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You Don’t Wash (Dub) (DJ Kicks Exclusive)

This is one of those limited 12"s !K7 put out to accompany their DJ Kicks series... It's cool to have Kode 9 back with The Spaceape, even if the vocal contributions are fairly minor they do spice the track up. Kode is on the funky tip here with driving percussion and punchy snares. It's a decent track that feels like he's been absorbing a lot fr...view item »


This release by Tiga practically drips electro-house funk grooves from the moment the first track begins, and it stands its own ground for that reason. It's excellent to see that this release is completely solid with elements that just make the listener want to move, move, move. This is pure class and I'm grateful for what Tiga brings up and serves...view item »

Gold Panda
DJ Kicks EP

Gold Panda returns with his first new material since 2010's 'Lucky Shiner' impressed all the kids and made him a household name in dance music circles. Here GP is on playful form with 'An Iceberg Hurled Northward Through Clouds', a track that plays with some of the characteristics of Kier...view item »

Gold Panda
DJ Kicks

This is a compilation album with a collection of songs from several artists. The repetition might get on some peoples nerves but I find this kind of music entrancing. Definitely a lot of material - 22 tracks of electronic blips and bleeps, loops and layers, drums and bass and beats galore with "warm melodies". Sometimes it's almost like some one...view item »

Michael Fakesch

Michael Fakesch: 'Soda' (K7) Who said Michael Fakesch could turn his hand at being Jamiraquai, when it's blatant Jamiraquai was trying all along to be Sly Stone. Allright it's not him it's his guest vocalist. Comes with re-versions by Andi Toma (Mouse On Mars) and Munk. Well at least its a move away from the granular funk of 98. ...view item »

Jimmy Edgar
Hot, Raw, Sex

Damn! Now this is a tune. Taken from his ultra sexy 'XXX' LP, 'Hot, Raw, Sex' is given the remix treatment by the big man himself (ex-tension mix), Kris Wadsworth and Machinedrum (name yourself after an actual drum machine why don't you). The original cut is a fine piece of future funk booty that brings to mind Prince, Egyptian Love, Frank...view item »

Kode9 / Various
DJ Kicks

Hyperdub man Kode 9 serves up an immense 31 track mix selection of tunes that represents his recent DJ sets. It is seamlessly mixed with serious flow that really showcases his skills as a selector and proves just how deeply in touch he is with the London Underground dance music culture, taking in a lot of UK funky, fractured future garage, dubst...view item »


Never usually too keen on Matthew HERBERT's oh-so-clever big band "techno" & micro jazz house grooves but his new EP is quite intriguing so maybe i'm needing to do a spot of rewinding throughout his boffin-esque highbrow career. 'Back back back back' is an itchy, hypnotic thing that relies on a clean pendulum like click track & so...view item »

Hot Chip

Hot Chip are the latest to take to the wheels for K7!'s DJ Kicks series. They pull out 24 tracks that include disco, soul, funk, electropop, rap and techno. Their track selection isn't obvious and shows that their influences have an extremely broad range. I'm no fan of Hot Chip but I take my hat off to anyone that can dig deep into the crates. Arti...view item »

The Juan Maclean

Well, Mr. Juan MacLean, you have managed to portray and pick apart an indirect style of house music that just works. It cannot be classified by "tech house" or "deep house" or "minimal". It fails to fall into any of these categories. It does however manage to delve deep into the "just great house music" category easily. There are some DJs who ju...view item »

Bomb The Bass
Back To Light

Tom Simenon of Bomb The Bass has largely ditched the sample-heavy Hip Hop sound of his earlier hits (songs like "Beat dis", "Megablast" or "Winter in July") for a more sublime Eurodisco sound (akin to Pet Shop Boys or Delphic) more in line with 2008's "Future chaos", although this is a bit more upbeat than that largely melancholic effort. My fav...view item »

Four Tet (Fourtet)
DJ Kicks

What is it about my native Sweden that makes your English footie team go weak at the knees? Its all so homoerotic no?.... First up I'm legally bound to offer on Cd and Vinyl a Four Tet product entitled DJ-KICKs. It's all his favourite Dj'ing tunes all in an easy to swallow package. There's some great tracks on here including ...view item »

Four Tet (Fourtet)

FFFresshhh in on K7! is Fourtet 'Pockets' which is an exclusive track which features on his forthcoming DJ kicks mix and is available on vinyl for the first time complete with a minimal version on the flipside. Phillip was just saying how much he likes this guys drumsound and I have to agree, although I find it difficult to te...view item »

Earl Zinger
Put Your Phasers on Stun

Ridiculous amounts of fun from Earl Zinger's debut. The humour comes to the forefront on "Escape From Ibiza," name-checking his downtempo-jazz-arch-nemesis, Rob Da Bank, (its sister track, "Got to Get to Ibiza" appears later), and on "Last Of The Great Bassline Hunters," which takes its topic only semi-seriously. There's also the excitement of t...view item »

Earl Zinger
Earl Zinger EP

K7 bring us a sampler for the new Earl Zinger LP inc the now reggae version of Song 2wo by Blur. That is the highlight of the EP though bits of it are pretty good. It's mad Bobby Conn style funk/ soul/ reggae pop. Whatever goes really........view item »