Red7 Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records
Totally Unknown Artist
Direct, no-messing acid action from London’s Totally Unknown Artist here. He / they have unusually grafted an actual lyrical song onto those classically squelching acid synths, which works surprisingly well. Status 303 is released as a one-sided 12”, and if one track isn’t enough for ya, just listen to it twice. On Red7.
No conversationalist is the smiley-faced Unknown Artist, who has left next to no information about 'Feel U Up At The Disco'. It's actually duo Neville Watson and Nick Woolfson, who decide to dig up and pay homage to the 303 synth line, claiming it's for "naughty naughty boys". They take Sylvester's cut and make it all acidic and euphoric, in their own way. There's a 'Vox Mix' and a 'Dub Mix' -- take your pick. Or you can have both if you want. That's cool.
(Nearly) Unknown Artist
I'll Acid U
Neville Watson (a Creme records artist) & Nick Woolfson (who co-owned the Jamm Records label) are the heads behind these mysterious retro acid house bangers on Red7 (which is also their artist moniker for releases on Germany's Housewax). This is the third installment, these 12"s are one-press only and sell out quickly.