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Woo! It’s funky fun times in review corner as the platter is graced with Do It Do It Disco, a glossy 12” single from Stones Throw which captures the spirit of that lad or lass doing endless pirouettes in the centre of a loud, packed room. Weirdly, the press info claims it to be an homage to sleeves - that’s right, sleeves. While the garish red and candy shop font is hard to ignore, the vibez are definitely coming from somewhere else, sorry Peanut Butter Wolf.
As the original mix was released late last year, we are presented with 2 remixes on the A side and a whopping 13 minute disco odyssey extended mix on the B. Funky boy Tom Noble delivers a slow cool rework which is like a maxed out version of the original, bringing new levels of punch. It’s around punch level 42. The J Rocc re-edit brings things even closer to the classic soul sound of the original, a sheen that’s gleaming on most of Stones Throw’s back catalogue. Rocc’s got a couple of tricks up his sleeve, with a couple of tempo change curveballs bouncing about.
If you’re into super long sunshine meditations, or are just a lazy DJ, then the extended edit really hits the spot. Vocal and organ jams are splattered around the B side with the main groove more or less pumping out the whole time. To be honest it’s a bit unnecessary as I’m sure even a crowded dancefloor would get a bit tired of it after the first 7 minutes or so, but yeah, good for when you want to abandon the decks for a breather!
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