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Cat: RES 023. Rel: 29 Jun 12
Soul
  1. Mario's Tuna - "Monkey Mouse" (feat Miles Reverse)
  2. Suonho - "Gypsy Woman" (feat Joe Bataan)
Review: Having previously dropped a brilliant reggae refix of Adele and a Latin remake of Kelly Rowland, this pair of rootsy producers reunited on the Resense label for an excellent covers project. Mario's Tuna hooks up with Miles Reverse to deliver a stellar version of Smokey Robinson And The Miracles' "Mickey's Monkey", featuring driving, raw drums and sweet Rhodes action. Suonho matches him with a bouncy new take on Joe Bataan's boogaloo classic "Gypsy Woman" that comes reloaded with some crisp claps and plenty of pep in its step. Check it!
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Guajira Reboogaloo (yellow vinyl 7")
Cat: GVR 702 YELLOW. Rel: 06 Aug 12
Funk
  1. Taking Over (Suonho Latin reboogaloo)
  2. Mi Guajira Si (Suonho remix Con Ritmo)
Review: Second release from Suonho on US label Glenview and this time pressed on yellow wax. What you get here are two retweaked Latin soul/boogaloo tracks from 1968 given the sprinkle of Suonho magic dust, with new drums and additional samples. First up is Ralph Robles' ''Taking Over'' from the Conquistando Fania album; flip it over and you get the track ''Mi Guajira'' from Tito Rodriguez and it's another bouncy Latino affair with fresh percussion and break laden beats.
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Cat: AK 102. Rel: 07 Mar 13
Funk
  1. The Ghetto 74
  2. The Ghetto 77
Review: ** SUOHNO REPRESS **Two gorgeous re-edits here from Italian funk stallion Suonho. "Ghetto 74" takes the Leroy Hutson standard and tones down the flare-swinging, sideburn sizzling bravado for much more of a liquid groove. On the B we see him giving George Benson similar treatment but with more of a jazzy, deep house vibe. Two well selected ghetto makeovers; this is a very clever package.
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Cat: GVR 702BLACK. Rel: 09 Apr 13
International
  1. Taking Over (Suonho Latin reboogaloo)
  2. Mi Guajira Si (Suonho remix Con Ritmo)
Review: The second release on Glenview from prolific Italian producer Suonho gets a welcome reissue on standard black wax. Originally released last year in striking yellow vinyl, Guajira Reboogalooo presented two retweaks of late 60s Latin soul and boogaloo gems. The A Side has Suonho reworking Ralph Robles' ''Taking Over'' from the Conquistando Fania album, implementing a brand new rhythm section with the kind deftness we've become accustomed to from the Italian. Flip it over and you get the track ''Mi Guajira'' from Tito Rodriguez and it's another bouncy Latino affair with fresh percussion and break laden beats.
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Cat: GAMM 080. Rel: 16 May 12
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. The World Is A Ghetto (Suonho re-edit)
  2. The World Is A Ghetto (Suonho re-edit)
Review: The evergreen GAMM label continues its revitalised trawl through the crates of soul and disco history, adding Italian reel chopper Suonho to their bustling pan continental family with this excellent 12". Those ensconsed in the land of edits will recognise Suonho from recent outings on Tusk Wax, Kolour and Directors Cut (which included a stellar alternate take of "Shaft's Theme") and his debut on GAMM has a neat theme to it, tweaking both the original War version of "The World Is A Ghetto" and the epic jazz funk cover that George Benson did. Both clock in between 100 and 115 bpm so this is strictly early doors material but the War revision has a nice bump to it!
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Stand By Love EP (clear vinyl 7")
Cat: GVR 701. Rel: 01 Jun 12
Funk
  1. Ben E King - "Stand By Me" (Suonho Soul Beat edit)
  2. Eskew Reeder - "Undivided Love" (Suonho Soul Stomp edit)
Review: Italian producer Suonho gets his remix/editing chops around Ben E King & Eskew Reeder for a cheeky and very limited clear vinyl release on US label Glenview. Both tracks on show here get new beats added for contemporary club play with Rock n Roll vocalist Eskew Reeder, an huge influence on Little Richard, sounding particularly fresh on this new rework.
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Cat: GVR 701BLACK. Rel: 09 Jul 12
Funk
  1. Stand By Me (Suonho Soul Beat edit)
  2. Undivided Love (Suonho Soul Stomp edit)
Review: Whilst Rayko and Onur Engin are the undoubted stars in the Glenview arsenal, Italian producer Suonho is showing some promising signs of matching those two soon. His first release for the label arrives in fully finished form, having slipped out on clear vinyl white label earlier this summer. Anyone with a cursory grasp of popular music history will recognise the A Side, which sees Suonho add some beat laden chunkiness to the Ben E King classic, whilst the flip reworks a soul rock standard from Eskew Reeder.
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Cat: SIB 001. Rel: 19 Jun 12
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Cicade Vazia (Suonho Sambossa restyle)
  2. Mas Que Nada (Suonho Shuffle Rhythm renumber)
  3. Barra Limpa (Suonho Natural Latin Jazz retouch)
  4. Sambou Sambou (Suonho Genuine regroove)
Review: Suonho is an Italian producer born in 1974. That's the only information that we have of him! But that doesn't matter because his music speaks for itself and needs no introductions... "Cicade Vazia" is a samba-infused shuffle of drums and swaggering piano keys, whilst Mas Que Nada is the famous Brazilian anthem retouched here by our man Suonho who does an incredible job of editing such an absolute masterpiece. The famous "Barra Limpa" is also given a rerub and Suonho's mastery at arrangement shines through here. But "Sambou Sambou" is the EP's most infectious groove and it really calls for plenty of cocktails with tiny straw hats...!
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Cat: SIB 002. Rel: 20 Jun 14
Jazz
  1. Bossa De Uma Nota So
  2. Just A Little Samba
  3. Aguadebeber
  4. Redemption Samba
Review: Italian edit maestro Suonho first teased us with this series last summer. Timing is everything, though. And as the World Cup continues to surprise fans (and shatter many dreams in the process), now is the perfect timing for this immaculate collection of Brazilian standards. Top notch production and subtle contemporary touches, highlights can be found on each of the four tracks. Notable party-primers are, however, the fiery scat on "Bossa De Uma Nota So" and the dramatic piano work and arresting percussion on "Redemption Samba". Stupendously limited, grab this or leave the tournament with your head hung in shame...
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It's Cool (7")
Cat: RES 032. Rel: 21 Feb 13
Funk
  1. Suonho - "It's Cool"
  2. Voodoocuts - "Git Fonky"
Review: "It's Cool"... Possibly the finest pairings of words in the English language, they can be used to describe anything from the weather to ones behaviour on a Saturday night. Here we find it playing the title and describing Suonho's classic JB-style funk groove. With tight horns and relaxed, big-swing breakbeats, it's a sure fire butt wiggler. Elsewhere Voodoocuts soaks himself in a Champs flavoured "Tequila" spirit. With a tightly plucked guitar riff and major hand-clap action if this doesn't cause a merry Mexican stand off on the dancefloor you're playing in the wrong venue.
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Cat: ED 002. Rel: 10 Nov 11
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Toomy Disco - "Pushin'"
  2. Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee - "Magnificent"
  3. Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee - "Ridin'"
  4. S - "Happiness Speaks"
  5. Suonho - "And I Love You"
Review: The second drop on the fledgling Editorial imprint arrives with an even more packed line-up proffering diced up arrangements that nestle comfortably between disco and house. The Buenos Aires dwelling Romanian known simply as Toomy Disco seems to be on a weekly release schedule at the moment, and his contribution to this 12" sets the tone perfectly. "Pushin'" wraps an infectious vocal hook and guitar riff deep beneath a fully flexing disco house arrangement primed for play in the more discerning discotheques, and is complemented by a double drop of Ed Wizard and Disco Double Dee goodness. Anyone with a cursory knowledge of disco history will recognise the familiar strains of "Magnificent" whilst the delay heavy "Ridin" dares to venture where Todd Terje has done before. Suonho has the B Side to himself for two cuts that operate on a more laidback level, with the skittering beatdown Beatles cover "And I Love You" particularly fine.
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