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Cat: CULTED 001. Rel: 07 Mar 18
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Manfredas - "Mani From The Block" (7:57)
  2. Siaubas - "Hare Hare" (6:24)
  3. Simple Symmetry - "Yalla" (6:42)
Review: Those fine folks behind the otherworldly Multi-Culti imprint have decided to launch a re-edit series, naturally focusing on reworks of weird and wonderful, off-kilter gems from around the world. This first serving of Cult Edits naturally contains some seriously tasty and exotic fare, most notably the parping, horn-heavy shuffle of Manfredas's "Mani From The Block", a stretched-out interpretation of what appears to be a Turkish style funk weird-out. Flip to the B-side for two more heavyweight slabs of wild goodness: the low-slung, dub-fired post-punk insanity of Siaubas's "Hare Hare" rework, and the throbbing, chant-along drug-chug of Simple Symmetry's brilliant "Yalla" interpretation.
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Gilgamesh (12")
Cat: DH 021. Rel: 10 Jul 19
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Gilgamesh (feat Inigo Vontier) (7:29)
  2. Fight (5:41)
  3. Enkidu (6:31)
  4. Enkidu (Adam Port Tulum By Night edit) (7:54)
Review: Since first pitching up on Disco Halal two years ago, Simple Symmetry has released some of their most cosmic and psychedelic cuts on Moscoman's distinctive imprint. They're at it again here. Check the high-grade arpeggio-driven sleaziness of "Gilgamesh", where hallucinatory electronics, exotic lead lines and twisted vocal samples rise above unfussy beats and an impressively driving bassline. Further examples of dazed dancefloor psychedelia follow, with the Turkish pysch/cosmic disco pulse of "Fight" ushering in the raw and intoxicating Middle Eastern throb of "Enkidu". To round off the EP, Adam Port provides a slightly chunkier re-edit that cannily makes the most of the track's squelchy bassline and eyes-closed psychedelic guitar solos.
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Cat: LBF 004. Rel: 19 Oct 15
Deep House
  1. Mimino (main mix) (7:25)
  2. Mimino (instrumental mix) (7:24)
  3. Simsim (7:32)
Review: Disco duo Simple Symmetry is made up of brothers Sasha and Sergey Lipski, and the pair have obviously maintained their brotherly bond into the studio and out onto the dancefloor. It has been two years since their first EP on Glenview Records, and they've been minimal in their output, but more than dedicated to releasing quality Saturday night music. They land the Low Budget Family imprint with "Mimino", a disco-house tune with a sort of Irish dance thing going on, a sound that's instantly hummable and kind of addictive! There's a more laid back instrumental mix featuring a heavier dosage of synths, followed by the Arabian sounding "Simsim", another odd yet enticing disco cut with interesting wordly flavours.
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Cat: DH 015. Rel: 30 May 18
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Too Much Fun At The Temple Of Doom (7:57)
  2. Dervish Euphoria (6:15)
  3. Exploding Toads Mystery (7:43)
Review: Russian brothers Sasha and Sergey Lipsky made their Disco Halal bow just over a year ago, serving up an EP that joined the dots between Persian mysticism and chugging contemporary disco. They're at it again here, though many will note that fine A-side "Too Much Fun At The Temple of Doom" is an altogether more up-tempo exploration of their Middle Eastern influences than we've come to expect. It's rather good, all told, and is given fine support on the flipside by the Arabic-Italo chug of "Dervish Euphoria" and the rubbery, Lebanese synth-pop-goes-acid-house goodness of closer "Exploding Toads Mystery", which may well be one of the song titles of the year.
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