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June, 2012 Monthly archive

Here we have a lovely mix to brighten up a miserable day. Max did this for us a couple of months ago which we forgot to put up! oh well its here now.

Max is a busy boy with an abundance of releases out. Check out his remix of ‘Starlight’ by Escort out now on Red Music. New Soiree L.P (with cohort Stevie Kotey) entitled ‘Let’s Play Tennis’ coming soon on Bear Funk. A new 10″ 2 tracker for Is It Balearic? Recordings on it’s way. And is also working on a new single for his great Jansen Tramadol Hcl Jardin label with D.C Mathias who he recorded the ‘How Do You Feel’ track for Needwant with last year…Enjoy!

Tracklisting:-

Manabu Nagayama & Soichi Terada – Low Tension
Classic Man – Keepin’ On
Stupid Human – Clean Up Your Act
Alex Gopher – Super Disco
Sons & Daughters – Marine (Stevie Kotey Discomix)
Justin Harris pres: Arthur Russell – Moon (Rob Mello Remix)
Reverso 68 – Piano 89
Street Players Vol. 1 – Make It Thru The Dub
MJM – My Baby
The Cage feat Nona Hendryx – Do What You Wanna Do
Electronic – Getting Away With It (Greg Wilson Edit)
Jeanne Shy – Night Dancer

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After nine years at the forefront of Manchester’s all-conquering underground disco scene, El Diablo’s Social Club take the next logical step on their daredevil journey to rack‘n’ruin with the launch of a brand new original material-focused record label.

The debut release in this auspicious series is ‘Funsick’, a lovely little hip grinder from Italian nu-boogie producer Lup Ino, plus three choice remixes from El Diablo’s stalwarts Ron Basejam (aka Crazy P’s James Baron), Begin (Back to Basics DJ James Holroyd) and EDSC mainman Neil Diablo.

Ron Basejam serves up the headline mix – a deep and chunky brain-bugger that will send Croatian coastal boat parties into an unseaworthy frenzy, whilst Begin turns in a much woozier affair – all floating, disembodied vocals and Valium-enhanced washes of synth. Neil Diablo’s own ‘Luv Dub’ is just that: a dubbed-out, loved-up, stripped back version of the original that makes every bass lick and 808 cowbell count.

Limited to 500 copies, ‘Funsick’ will be a big turn on for Dam-Funk followers, fans of the PPF boogie and 80s soul-heads everywhere. Dig in.

Available at all good record shops including:-

Piccadilly Records / Juno / Phonica

Listen to the release here:-

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