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Tunnel (12")
Cat: FBR 009. Rel: 14 Jun 12
Deep House
  1. Tunnel
  2. Book On The Beach
  3. Panick Aggressive
out of stock $8.55
Cat: ZEDD 12271. Rel: 20 Mar 19
Deep House
  1. Fly Away (5:19)
  2. Crystal Eyes (7:39)
  3. I'll Be There (5:52)
  4. Some Day (5:44)
Review: Back in 2016, Crackazat created a bespoke EP for Z Records in which he blended vocal acapellas from the label's archives with his own jazz-fired deep and soulful house grooves. Three years on, he's decided to repeat the exercise, in the process serving up four more killer cuts. He begins by layering Sunburst Band vocals atop bouncy pianos and rich Latin house instrumentation on "Fly Away", before effortlessly joining the dots between deep house, disco and jazz-funk on the superb "Crystal Eyes". "I'll Be There" is a colossal slab of gospel-tinged revivalist New Jersey garage smothered in weighty organ riffs, while "Some Day" offers a deeper and jazzier spin on the same retro-futurist sound.
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 in stock $10.69
Cat: LT 042. Rel: 13 Jan 14
Deep House
  1. Candle Coast
  2. Dancrodile
  3. Silent Sing
Review: After sneaking out singles for the likes of Futureboogie and Astro:Dynamics over the past couple of years, it's time for Crackazat to step up to Local Talk with his limber and expressive brand of synth-rich deep house. "Candle Coast" features a simmering garage swing in its rhythm and keys that could sit neatly in a Strictly Rhythm classic, but it's a track piled high with tension despite the easy-bumping surroundings. "Dancrodile" takes a more leftfield direction into tropical flavours with its bright and breezy keys and shuffling ethnic percussion, and then "Silent Sing" goes ranging out towards a proto-techno jazz fest that would make the Motor City originals well up.
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out of stock $8.55
Cat: LT 054. Rel: 28 Nov 14
Deep House
  1. Somewhere Else
  2. Somewhere Else (AD Bourke Bittersweet version)
  3. Somewhere Else (HADE 94 Thumpin rework)
Review: Ben Jacobs ends 2014 the way he started it, with a dose of thrillingly sweet and melodious house on Mad Mats and Tooli's Local Talk imprint. "Somewhere Else" is a typically positive affair, with waves of ear-pleasing music box melodies, cheery chords and hazy vocal samples riding a swinging US garage groove. It's the kind of record you stick on to chase the blues away; it's almost impossible not to smile at its jaunty positivity. Ad Bourke tries a different tack on his rework, opting for a deeper, more melancholic sound and some hushed, DJ Sprinkles style beats. Even better is Hade 94's version, which adds a little analogue style grit and a booming, warehouse-friendly deep house feel.
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out of stock $9.36
Eye Light (12")
Cat: LT 058. Rel: 01 Apr 15
Deep House
  1. Eye Light (6:03)
  2. Eye Light (It's A Jam) (7:15)
  3. Silent Sing (Crackazat rework) (6:50)
  4. Silent Sing (Tiger Stripes remix) (6:22)
Review: Since making his debut for Futureboogie Recordings back in 2003, Ben 'Crackazat' Jacobs has become a fully paid-up member of the Local Talk family. Here he delivers a third 12" for the Swedish imprint in little over a year. "Eye Light" is deliciously positive, with darting synth riffs and a melodious bassline riding a surprisingly loose and swinging deep house groove. Jacobs own "It's a Jam" rework takes the track into deeper territory, layering smooth chords and vocal snippets over a West London style broken beat rhythm. Flip for two reworks of "Silent Sing" from last year's Candle Coast EP; a high-tempo, Latin-tinged summer jam from Jacobs himself, and a dark, throbbing, warehouse-friendly revision from Tiger Stripes.
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out of stock $9.09
Reworks (12")
Cat: BEER 005. Rel: 28 Nov 18
Deep House
  1. Art Of Tones - "The Rainbow Song" (Crackazat rework) (7:04)
  2. Hnny - "Tears" (Crackazat rework) (5:38)
  3. Jaxx Madicine - "Fly High" (Crackazat rework) (5:34)
  4. Anthony Bois - "Electric Piano On The Run" (Crackazat rework) (5:29)
out of stock $9.36
Cat: ERK 001. Rel: 17 Jan 17
Deep House
  1. Coffee Time (6:50)
  2. Seven Steps (6:19)
Review: After recent outings on Local Talk and Z Records, Ben 'Crackazat' Worrall begins 2017 with an outing on new imprint Eureka. A-side "Coffee Time" is typical of his jazzy, undulating, mixed-up house sound, with darting, layered vocal samples and snaking sax lines riding a killer jazz-funk bassline and dexterous rhythm track. B-side "Seven Steps" takes a more traditional approach to jazz-house, with Worrall working a killer groove created by fusing cut-up jazz loops and bouncy new drums. It's like a more forthright 21st century version of Boulevard-era St Germain, but with a little more UK garage influence in the bottom end.
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out of stock $9.89
Cat: LT 079. Rel: 30 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. Proton Blue (7:10)
  2. Called My Name (5:30)
  3. Proton Blue (Deep Orbit) (7:42)
  4. Called My Name (Meet The Band) (7:33)
Review: Given that this is Ben Worrall's fourth Crackazat 12" for Local Talk in less than three years, it would be fair to say the project now has a regular home. As with many of his recent tracks, "Proton Blue" looks to classic US garage for inspiration, peppering a bouncy groove with rich organ stabs and jazzy synthesizer melodies. It's accompanied by the alternative "Deep Orbit" version, a more hypnotic and slightly more spacey interpretation that gives greater prominence to the producer's jazzy synthesizer riffs. "Called My Name", meanwhile, is a soulful, jazzy and fluid affair blessed with a hazy vocal and some luscious jazz guitar. The cut's loose and languid jazz-funk influences are explored further on the arguably superior "Meet the Band" remix.
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out of stock $9.36
Cat: LTLP 007. Rel: 23 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Welcome Speech (4:41)
  2. Proton Blue (7:10)
  3. Rainbow Fantasia (6:01)
  4. Holding You Close (4:26)
  5. Midnight In Sector Seven (3:26)
  6. Life Is (7:37)
  7. Spirit River (4:57)
  8. Sundial (5:37)
  9. The Only One (6:00)
out of stock $20.59
Remixes (12")
Cat: LT 083. Rel: 28 Mar 18
Deep House
  1. Sundial (Groove Assassin remix) (7:29)
  2. Holding You Close (Waajeed remix) (5:56)
  3. Holding You Close (4:27)
Review: "Sundial" and "Holding You Close" were both amongst the highlights of Crackazat's sublime sophomore album, Rainbow Fantazia, which dropped to critical acclaim last autumn. Here, those two tracks get the remix treatment, with Crackazat's original version of "Holding You Close" - a deliciously tactile, eyes-closed vocal number underpinned by elastic acid bass and fluttering synthesizer motifs- thrown in for good measure. The pick of the two new mixes comes from Groove Assassin, whose organ-heavy revision of "Sundial" is a joyous trip into goodtime, soul-flecked deep house territory with more than enough swing to satisfy serious dancers. That said Wajeed's mix of "Holding You Close", which emphasizes the track's soulful elements while adding new instrumentation and backing vocals, is also very good.
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Played by: Tomi Chair
out of stock $10.16
Cat: ZEDD 12245. Rel: 05 Apr 17
  1. Crackazat - "What You're Feeling" (7:23)
  2. Joey Negro - "Must Be The Music" (JN Disco Boogie dub Extravaganza) (6:04)
  3. Joey Negro - "Stomp Your Feet" (Hot Toddy remix) (8:27)
  4. Opolopo - "Put Your Cap On" (5:43)
Review: Z Records DJ-focused Attack The Dancefloor series reaches its tenth installment via an EP packed full of previously unheard secret weapons. There's naturally plenty to get excited about, from the piano-driven goodtime house grooves of Crackazat's floor-filling "What You're Feeling", to the boogie and jazz-funk inspired space-house of Opolopo's brilliant "Put Your Cap On". Sandwiched in between you'll find two Joey Negro disco workouts: his own extended 'Boogie Dub Extravaganza' version of the Sunburst Band style "Must Be The Music", and a nu-disco-meets-Italo-disco reinvention of "Stomp Your Feet" from Crazy P's Chris Todd under the now familiar Hot Toddy alias.
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out of stock $9.62
Quartet Series 001 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: QS 001. Rel: 04 May 16
Deep House
  1. Crackazat - "Lindop Circles" (6:36)
  2. Saine - "Prime Chops" (6:13)
  3. Nachtbreaker - "Totally Not Mistique" (7:07)
  4. Gnork - "Chord Tool" (5:26)
Review: Quartet Series is a fresh imprint based between Milan and Amsterdam and run by Nachtbraker and KiSk. Inaugurating their new label is Crackazat (from Uppsala, Sweden) with his 80's pop- house excursion "Lindop Circles" (which is so lovably cheesy) and Saine with the deep and sexy slo-mo disco of "Prime Chops". On the flip there's also Nachtbreaker himself with "Totally Not Mystique" (which sounds like an outtake from the Beverly Hills Cop soundtrack) and Gnork with "Chord Tool" which sounds like early Underground Resistance or 808 State.
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out of stock $9.36
Size Up (12")
Cat: 1FS 002. Rel: 12 Jun 13
Deep House
  1. Crackazat - "Size Up"
  2. Will Berridge - "I'm The Jack"
  3. JMX - "That's The Way"
  4. Keumel - "California My Way"
out of stock $8.55
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