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Cat: ASD 2. Rel: 20 Feb 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Eddie C - "O Ye"
  2. Noema - "The Shake"
  3. Bayaya (Axel Boman re-rub)
  4. Disco Maschine (Soft Rocks edit)
Review: The Africa Shakedown label coined one of last year's surprise hits with it's debut release, and the label's second release is likely to prove just as popular. Noema features once more and the Salon Zur Wilden Renate resident has collared contributions from Eddie C, Axel Boman and the Soft Rocks crew. Eddie C is first up with the irresistibly groovy "O Ye" which wouldn't look out of place on a Red Motorbike 45 dinker, whilst Noema conjures up the spirit of Bill Laswell on the dubby, scratchy production "The Shake". Studio Barnhus co-founder Boman is probably the biggest draw here and his rerub of the uncredited "Bayaya" should be familiar to anyone that's caught a DJ set from the fun loving Swede. Soft Rocks bring it home with the heavily delayed jammer "Disco Machine". Strong moves all round here sir.
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LPH 001VI (10")
Cat: LPH 001VI. Rel: 17 Jan 18
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Don't Let Go (Runaway edit) (7:12)
  2. Slap My Stick (Soft Rocks edit) (4:12)
Review: We've come accustomed to Let's Play House delivering EPs of brand new house music. Here, the Brooklyn imprint flips the script, instead serving up a pair of re-edits from two of the best in the business. On the A-side, label co-founder Jacques Renault joins forces with Marcos Cabral as Runaway for the first time in five years. Their contribution to the EP, "Don't Let Go", is a gently pulsating chunk of wide-eyed sunrise disco ecstasy; a mid-tempo shuffler full of loved-up vocals and rising orchestration underpinned by a druggy, Italo-disco style groove. Arguably even better is Soft Rocks' flipside re-edit, 'Slap My Stick", a tasty rearrangement of a P-funk era electro jam laden with ace slap bass and kaleidoscopic synth flourishes.
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Cat: ESP 008CD. Rel: 20 Jul 12
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. We Hunt Buffalo Now (Andrew Weatherall remix)
  2. Obo (Tiago ESP Disk mix)
  3. Thunder Thunder (Spectral Empire remix)
  4. Talking Jungle (Justin Vandervolgen remix)
  5. Air (Secret Circuit remix)
  6. Magic Milk (Beautiful Swimmers Coconut dub)
  7. Little Lights (Cos:Mes remix)
  8. 200 Satsumas (Young Marco Dust remix)
  9. Slowdown (Cage & Aviary bonus beats)
  10. Mirador De Las Estrelas (Ray Mang remix)
  11. Wicker Man (feat Kathy Diamond - Cosmodelica remix)
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Cat: ESP 008C. Rel: 16 Nov 12
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Mirador De Las Estrellas (Ray Mang remix)
  2. Slowdown (Cage & Aviary bonus beats - extended)
Review: The ever smooth ESP Institute continues unabated with this pair of remixes of label favourites Soft Rocks, and as you might imagine there's romantic reverbs and laconic percussion aplenty, not least on Ray Mang's remix of "Mirador De Las Estrellas". The keys echo and chime in a most cosmic of arrangements while the detailed beat rolls out with splashing cymbals and pattering bongos, and everything simmers with a sun-baked charm that's hard to resist. Cage and Aviary take to "Slowdown" with an appropriately glacial take on things, letting the delays touch on distorting feedback and placing the emphasis on a Moogish bassline.
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Cat: ESP 007A. Rel: 07 Oct 11
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. We Hunt Buffalo Now
  2. We Hunt Buffalo Now (Andrew Weatherall remix)
Review: After years of digging up the more perverse grooves, the quartet of disco obsessives known collectively as Soft Rocks are finally on the cusp of releasing a debut album. Amusingly aimed as a riposte to the "endless army of laptop-savvy poseurs that upload their bland nu-disco or faux-Chi-house directly to a cesspool of digitally downloadable fodder", the Soft Rocks juggernaut present an illuminating taste of what to expect with lead single "We Hunt Buffalo Now". Jorge Socarras, vocalist for San Francisco punk funkateers Indoor Life, lends his vocal talents to a track that veers through richly detailed and ever so slightly drunk disco dub, deviating in all sorts of directions, with a guttural bass line at the core. The legendary Andrew Weatherall is called upon to remix the track in a gothic disco fashion not dissimilar to his all conquering revision of Toddla T, which is as excellent as you would expect. Roll on the full album please!
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Cat: ESP 007. Rel: 17 Nov 11
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. We Hunt Buffalo Now
  2. Obo
  3. Thunder Thunder
  4. Slowdown
  5. Magic Milk
  6. Air
  7. Talking Jungle
  8. Mirador De Las Estrellas
  9. 200 Satsumas
  10. Little Lights
  11. Wicker Man (feat Kathy Diamond)
Review: Given the eclectic nature of Soft Rocks' output so far - and, in particular, their effortlessly Balearic re-edits of crate-digging obscurities - you'd expect this debut original album from the Brighton quartet to be impressively varied. For the most part, it is - though perhaps not in quite the ways you'd imagine. While you could certainly describe it as Balearic - see the dreamy, Kate Bush-ish pop of "Thunder Thunder", the Afro-tinged slo-mo prog-disco weirdery of "Slowdown" and the Spanish vocals and bubbling grooves of "Mirador De las Estrellas" - that wouldn't really do it justice. Hidden amongst the album's 11 exquisite cuts are trips into weirdo cock-rock territory, twisted dub-punk and folksy, string-drenched hypnotism. A fittingly impressive debut.
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Cat: SRDP 006-1. Rel: 25 Nov 13
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. In Yer Jungle
  2. Don't Need Nobody
  3. Dr Marvin
Review: 4...Yes 4 new installments of the legendary Disco Powerplay series from Soft Rocks are here. As usual the selections vary from the straight up to stadium rock via Africa and a mad doctors lab & more in between and are already receiving heavy DJ play from the likes of Tim Sweeney to Andrew Weatherall and many others. Buy all four 12's and you get a giant 'stick it together yourself' picture of the Soft Rocks on a beano to Clacton this summer...Lovely.
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Cat: SRDP 006-2. Rel: 25 Nov 13
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Fever
  2. Living With Shiva
  3. G'day Sunshine
Review: 4...Yes 4 new installments of the legendary Disco Powerplay series from Soft Rocks are here. As usual the selections vary from the straight up to stadium rock via Africa and a mad doctors lab & more in between and are already receiving heavy DJ play from the likes of Tim Sweeney to Andrew Weatherall and many others. Buy all four 12's and you get a giant 'stick it together yourself' picture of the Soft Rocks on a beano to Clacton this summer...Lovely.
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Cat: SRDP 006-3. Rel: 02 Dec 13
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Drums
  2. Baba
  3. In The Dark
Review: 4...Yes 4 new installments of the legendary Disco Powerplay series from Soft Rocks are here. As usual the selections vary from the straight up to stadium rock via Africa and a mad doctors lab & more in between and are already receiving heavy DJ play from the likes of Tim Sweeney to Andrew Weatherall and many others. Buy all four 12's and you get a giant 'stick it together yourself' picture of the Soft Rocks on a beano to Clacton this summer...Lovely.
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Cat: SRDP 006-4. Rel: 02 Dec 13
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Turkalina
  2. Welcome To The Pleasure Library
  3. Jimmy Dean
Review: 4...Yes 4 new installments of the legendary Disco Powerplay series from Soft Rocks are here. As usual the selections vary from the straight up to stadium rock via Africa to a mad doctors lab & more in between and are already receiving heavy DJ play from the likes of Tim Sweeney to Andrew Weatherall and many others. Buy all four 12's and you get a giant 'stick it together yourself' picture of the Soft Rocks on a beano to Clacton this summer...Lovely.
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Cat: ESP 008B. Rel: 15 Jun 12
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Little Lights (Cos/Mes remix)
  2. Wicker Man (Lexx remix)
Review: The second of three twelve inches samplers preceding the release of The Revenge of Soft Rocks remix album arrives, with the stylistically variable Cos Mes and Lexx employed by ESP Institute to re-contextualise the work of the venerable Soft Rocks collective. Japanese duo Cos Mes are generally quite underrated - this might be in part due to their somewhat patchy output which is either mind-blowingly good or simply a bit too esoteric. Their remix of "Little Lights" belongs in the former category, shifting away from the dubwise nature of Soft Rocks' original towards a faster rumble through mystically charged, melodic forest techno. Complementing this is a delightfully skipping dub disco remix of the Kathy Diamond featuring "Wickerman" from Swiss crate digger supreme Lexx, which teases out all new levels of sublime from the original's understated usage of steel drums - Jamie XX take note!
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Cat: SRCL 001. Rel: 25 Apr 06
Funk/Reissues
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
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Cat: SRDLP 002. Rel: 15 Aug 06
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. She's A Machine
  2. The Devil Made Us Do It
  3. Double Gepardeu
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Essra EP (12")
Cat: ELF 12. Rel: 29 Jan 09
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Light Bulb
  2. Essra (instrumental)
  3. Dlalulac
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Cat: REDUX 010. Rel: 09 Oct 09
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Leave Your Earth Behind
  2. Leave Your Earth Behind (Roots Unit's Hello Earth remix)
  3. Leave Your Earth Behind (Roots Unit's Goodbye Earth remix)
Review: Brighton's Soft Rocks very rarely leave listeners feeling dissatisfied, either with their remixes or their original work, and "Leave Your Earth Behind" is a perfect example of what they do best - beautiful, well-crafted Cosmic lovelyness. Great variety in the Roots Unit's pair of mixes also - well worth a listen.
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Cat: . Rel: 24 Jul 02
Funk/Reissues
  1. Purple Rinse
  2. Inside The Wave
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The Album (CD)
Cat: SRDP 4. Rel: 22 Feb 11
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Star Benet
  2. Sexual Advances
  3. Whore Your Love
  4. Danz Boy Danz
  5. Cooking The Books
  6. Paco Bell
  7. Free Ride-rrr
  8. Pen 15 Club
  9. Garden Of Eden
  10. South African Cut & Shut
  11. Seismic Push
  12. Is It All Over My Library
  13. U Can Dance If U Want To
Review: Brighton-based scalpel fiends Soft Rocks have never been your average re-edit mercenaries. As this excellent album proves, they're far more interested in breathing new life into dusty flamenco weird-outs, forgotten dub cuts and obscure progressive disco than tinkering with the tried and tested. It's a refreshing approach that pays dividends time after time. Over the course of 13 delightfully leftfield selections, we're treated to a kaleidoscopic selection of druggy power pop, deep-fried disco-funk, lo-slung cosmic rock, oddball afro-disco and, most delightfully, a stupidly Balearic disco-reggae cover of "In A Gadda Da Vida". It's utterly bonkers, but also very, very good.
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Cat: SRBR 003. Rel: 22 Sep 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Sabu Dance
  2. Every Breath I Take
Review: Black Rox is back with two more sneaky Soft Rocks specials that have somehow been liberated from locked CD wallets and released into the wild for general consumption. The A-side Sabu Dance combines Horns, Flutes & Percussion on this killer slice of midtempo funk from Africa via Berlin. This has been thoroughly road tested by Soft Rocks at their Kinfolk night & never fails to get a great response from the dancefloor. On the B-side is not the tantric one's ode to voyeurism but a rare as hens teeth slice of UK. reggae at its finest. Adjustments have been made sensitively and sounds have been chosen to carefully match those from the appropriate era. A perfect track for blissful summer evenings.
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Cat: SRMCD 1. Rel: 25 May 11
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
  5. Track 5
  6. Track 6
  7. Track 7
  8. Track 8
  9. Track 9
  10. Track 10
  11. Track 11
  12. Track 12
  13. Track 13
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Cat: SRITH 001. Rel: 11 Dec 09
Deep House
  1. Tutsi's Dance
  2. March Of The Dark
Review: Soft Rocks finish their very productive year in the studio with 2 raw analog dj friendly house cuts....

'MARCH OF THE DARK & LIGHT BRIGADE' is a rough acidic cut that builds, drops and builds again whilst 'TUTSI'S DANCE' is a slice of funky craziness with an old school house bass line that gets deep half way through and peaks with some sublime strings.
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Look East (12")
Cat: SR 004. Rel: 01 Feb 07
Funk/Reissues
  1. Look East
  2. Midnight Drive
Review: The Soft Rocks are venturing into krautrock land on "look East". "Midnight Drive", on the other hand, is a beauty electronic (dare we say) Blade Runner-esque journey through a buzzing metropolis that is not of this earth.
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Cat: PTP 009. Rel: 02 Aug 17
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Thru Wit Waitin (5:12)
  2. Anybody Out There (6:31)
  3. Mousso Mousso (4:58)
  4. JP Wave (4:41)
Review: Rock out with your frock out, Passport To Paradise's soft lads are back with four more deviant edits; "Thur Wit Waitin" takes a dusty, slightly yachty AOR piece and gives it the necessary dancefloor swing it's always been crying for. "Anybody Out There" continues the big air guitar feels with gusto before flipping the trippy switch with the strange processed vocals midway. "Mousso Mousso" is a much more sultry affair with its light Afrofunk lace and air of French finesse while "JP Wave" finishes the affair with a shimmering dub twist. Bon voyage.
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