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Juno Recommends Disco

Juno Recommends Disco

Disco Recommendations Best Of 2014
5 Dec 2014
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Cat: FAR 022LP. Rel: 05 May 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Prisoner Of Your Love
  2. Stuck
  3. Echoes Of Your Mind
  4. Body Of One
  5. Time By Your Side
  6. Magic Touch
  7. Freak For Your Love
  8. Caruso's Monkey House
  9. Floating World
Review: Brothers Simon and Robin Lee have long excelled at the album format, delivering occasional sets that ripple with impressive musicality, sinewy strings, cozy downtempo moods and upbeat dancefloor moments. Body of One, their fourth full length (their first dropped on Nuphonic back in 1997), continues this trend, offering a compelling trip through the pair's myriad influences. After opening with a sweaty post-punk thumper ("Prisoner of Your Love"), we're variously treated to Italo-influenced vintage house ("Magic Touch"), rubbery disco-funk ("Freak For Your Love"), Arthur Russell-influenced tropical downtempo pop ("Caruso's Monkey House"), dreamy Balearica ("Floating World") and string-laden gorgeousness. As for the title track, it sounds like So-era Peter Gabriel.
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Cat: ST 004. Rel: 29 May 17
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. PYT (Reflex revision) (7:03)
  2. Get On The Floor (KON remix) (10:09)
Review: Kon and Reflex combine for a cheeky 12" dedication to Michael Jackson for the fourth release on the Boston selector's increasingly on point Star Time label. Edit heaven or what? Reflex calls shotgun and reworks "PYT", amping up the vibe with much crisper drums and a whole lot more space present on that classic chorus drop. Meanwhile on the flip King Of Nothing takes "Get On The Floor" and gives it a modern day party refix complete with full-bodied dynamics, juicy slap bass and very cheeky disco bubbles in the background. Two more essential Michael Jackson edits to add to your collection.
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out of stock $8.51
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Cat: ERC 003. Rel: 10 Feb 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Space-Disco
  2. Space-Disco (1978 original)
Review: a white Mellotron M 400." So starts Klaus Hoffmann of his 40 years love affair with the Mellotron. Moving from Prog-Rock guitarist to Cosmic Disco warrior in a space of a few years, the birth of Cosmic Hoffmann would lead to a number of classic Kosmiche albums through-out the 1980s. Before this though came Space-Disco. Initially recorded in 1978 after endless late night sessions exploring the new realms of this free form electronic music, the first incarnation was recorded live to tape for a failed film project. An uplifting spaced-out synth journey, it was the later reworked version that would go on to become the lost cult classic. With added disco syncopation taking the track into interstellar spheres, it appeared only as a flipside of Cosmic Hoffmann's first and last single, "Weltraumboogie", in 1982. Unfortunately the release did not make much impression at the time but has become highly sought-after for the more leftfield DJ and music lovers in the years since. Now fully licensed and remastered, the inclusion of the unreleased 1978 Original will be only add to the collectors dream.
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out of stock $7.44
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Cat: PIE 1101. Rel: 12 May 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Warp (Ilo edit)
Review: Many of us have been waiting (and searching) for this record for a long time and it's finally landed again in 2014 in all its one-sided and unofficial glory. First pressed up in 2011, ILO's glorious edit is born from the title track of New Musik's Warp album from 1982. It's the song the '70s-'80s UK synth pop group are best known for and ILO takes the playful, whistling synth hook, cartoon vocals - choral and twisted - and rearranges them over a heavy house beat and thick claps without losing the fun and pizzazz of the original. We can only hope an ILO edit of Grauzone's "Eisbaer" is next!
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out of stock $11.98
5
  1. Bite The Dust (LNTG rework)
  2. Urgent (Luxxury rework)
  3. Georgy Porgy (Ed Zone Land of Oz rework)
  4. Across The Floor (Deadly Sins rework)
Review: Edit culture has gone to such great crate digging depths, sometimes it's nice to return to the bigger, most well-known cuts... As long as they're edited and reworked with creativity, there's still heaps of miles left in them. All of these four twists are fine examples, as we're treated to Queen, Foreigner, Toto and the BeeGees. Each one subtly tricked out, dubby and just on the right side of cosmic, it's a kindly reminder than sometimes the best edits are the ones you've known all your life. Solid, sweet and essential.
out of stock $9.57
6
Cat: SC 001. Rel: 27 Jan 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. I'm Hot!
  2. Don't Wanna Let U Go
  3. Family
  4. I Wanna Be Free
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7
Cat: P 1977. Rel: 01 Sep 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Onda
  2. Central Do Brasil
Review: "Onda", the second single from Brazilian composer-turned-artist Genival Cassiano dos Santos, has long been an in-demand item for Balearic DJs. Copies of the original 1977 12" regularly fetch three figures online, so this belated reissue is long overdue. "Onda" itself is something of a lazy sunshine classic; a perfect example of laidback Brazilian jazz-funk that blends a samba sensibility with distinct soul, funk and disco influences. Flipside "Central Do Brasil" is, if anything, even more potent, with Cassiano layering vocals over a hustling disco-funk backing track. Certainly, it is the more obviously dancefloor centric of the two tracks, even if it lacks the simple beauty of the A-side.
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out of stock $6.92
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Cat: MW 008. Rel: 24 Feb 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Hanging (Coyote edit)
  2. In Your Wildest Dreams (Magellanic Cloud edit)
  3. We Love Japan Brother Ninjas
  4. Dreams (Oyama edit)
Review: Is It Balearic..? side label Magic Wand return for an eighth installment here with founders Coyote present and correct and complimented by productions from Magellanic Cloud & Oyama. It's Coyote that commence proceedings with the hazy eyed disco loopery of "Hanging" which sounds like a glorious Love Unlimited Orchestra moment unfurled into infinity. "In Your Wildest Dreams" finds Magellanic Cloud in a more horizontal mood, with a gently throbbing undercurrent adding a hint of darkness. The uncredited "We Love Japan Brother Ninjas" is possibly the highlight here, sitting somewhere between heavily dubbed disco and proto house, whilst the Oyama edit of "Dreams" will appeal to fans of Torn Hawk's plaintive guitar noodlings.
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  1. The Young Gentlemen's Adventure Society - "Adventure Party"
  2. Parada 88 - "You're Gonna Miss Me"
Review: It's only taken International Feel three years to get round to giving the brilliant "Adventure Party" a proper release. It first came out on white label in 2011 in stupidly limited amounts, and promptly sold out within hours. It's arguably the best thing the label has released to date - a thrillingly over-the-top fusion of restless pianos, classic samples and riotous acid house that never fails to slay a dancefloor. Parada 88's "You're Gonna Miss Me" - a similarly Balearic chunk of house revivalism - is, if anything, even more rare (supposedly only 30 copies were ever pressed). It is, then, nice to see it included, particularly as it's another stone cold killer. Added together, these two tracks made one killer release.
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10
Cat: RNT 005. Rel: 12 May 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Dee's Keys (JKriv rework)
  2. So True (JKriv Sunny Splice)
  3. Put Your Money Down (JKriv Pleasing edit)
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11
  1. Arts & Crafts - "I've Been Searching" (7:39)
  2. Executive Suite - "Why In The World Do They Keep On (Funk'in With me)" (5:51)
  3. Sizzle - "Love Is All Around" (8:48)
  4. Silver, Platinum & Gold - "Just Friends" (4:49)
  5. Jimmy Sabater - "To Be With You" (7:18)
  6. The People's Workshop - "Funkathone" (5:22)
  7. Allan Harris & Perpetual Motion - "Get Ready" (6:17)
  8. Panache - "Sweet Jazz Music" (7:38)
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Cat: MANGIAMI 001. Rel: 04 Aug 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. How We Do In NYC (edit)
  2. Lonesome Edit Blues
Review: The ignition switch for a superb trio series that pays homage to NYC's Mangiami restaurant... An authentic nightspot that did far more than serve great food. Open from 2006-2012, it was frequented by some of the most inspiring creative minds you can imagine. Naturally the soundtrack was equally inspiring, as this series (crafted by an editor who wishes to remain anonymous) suggests. "How We Do In NYC" is as low swung and sleazy as it gets. Awash with slippery wah wahs and vibrant horn flurries, it celebrates the whole city and not just the restaurant. "Lonesome Edit Blues", meanwhile, takes Waylon Jennings to groove pastures he never could have imagined.
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Cat: ED 010. Rel: 01 Sep 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. I've Loved It
  2. Flute
  3. Put Some Love In Your Life
  4. Little Drummer
Review: While he may have spent the last few years pursuing a deep house agenda for labels such as Bosconi and Fly By Night, Bologna-based producer Riccio earned his stripes providing high class reworks for the now legendary Super Value Edits label. Here he returns to his roots with a four-track onslaught of tasty scalpel works for Editorial. There's naturally much to admire, from the string-laden disco-funk pulse of "Put Some Love In Your Life" and dewy-eyed, near Balearic disco wooziness of "Little Drummer", to the storming, peaktime brilliance of "I've Loved It" (our pick of a strong EP) and woodwind-laden loop funk of "Flute".
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14
Cat: TUFFRSD 005. Rel: 12 May 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Make Me Feel
  2. Love2Love
  3. He's Mine
Review: The Late Nite Tuff Guy gets in on the action once again with this triple gripper of edit goodness. Those with a perfunctory grasp of disco knowledge will probably guess that the title cut from this Make Me Feel 12" takes it's cue form the classic disco track by Sylvester and in the hands of the Tuff one we have a beefed up rendition that will service any self respecting discotheque dancefloor perfectly. "Love To Love" eases down the tempo and turns up the heat as LNTG brings his Midas Touch to the Donna Summer standard, whilst "He's Mine" is a nice little muscled up tweak on the Brandy and Monica classic.
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out of stock $10.38
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Cat: CHANNEL 039. Rel: 07 Jul 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Taza De Oro
  2. Krav Maga Girls
Review: Recent New York transplant Mans Swanberg is clearly a man that enjoys an alias; best known for his Italo tinged edits on the Rollerboys label under the name Bogdan Irkuk and Bulgari, the selector adopts a new guise on this superb debut for Phil South's Golf Channel label. Waldemar Schwartz may well be a new name, but many of the elements that made Swanberg's work as Bulgari so memorable are very much in evidence on Taza De Oro. Chief among them is Swanberg's mastery of the live bass line which really transcends both the title track and B Side "Krav Maga Girls" towards disco heaven. After a fallow period of the last few months (An excellent LP from The Central Executives aside) Golf Channel seem to be gearing up for a ton of great releases, and this one from Waldemar Schwartz is a fine entree.

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Cat: ST 002. Rel: 05 May 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Kon Kon Vie (7:18)
  2. Candidate For Kon (6:56)
Review: The clue is in the title... "Tee Ess Munk" sees Kon explore two T S Monk classics with his own inimitable style. First up "Kon Kon Vie" takes "Bon Bon Vie" and gives it a respectful extension and added beef to the frizzy bass groove. Meanwhile on the flip we find an equally sweet twist on "Candidate For Love" as Kon ensures the shimmering keys and honey-coated vocals are given full focus over the bold disco hook. It's time for some Munky business! Who's in?
out of stock $8.51
17
Cat: MANGIAMI 002. Rel: 04 Aug 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. All Day (edit)
  2. Trocin (edit)
Review: Part two in EditChannel's three-piece dedication to Mangiami restaurant, one of New York's most creative nightspots in the last decade. As with the inaugural release, the identity of the editor will remain a mystery, but if you research just who was present at the restaurant on the regular you'll know this isn't some two bit editing chancer who's handy with a cut and paste function. "All Day" is a fuzzy, dubbed out Afrocentric groove while "Trocin" dusts off the disco strings for a dramatic point and strut session of epic proportions. Both of them rep at the highest possible levels.
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  1. Hot Ice - "Dancing Free"
  2. Al Tanner - "Doing Our Own Thang"
  3. Arthur King - "Fear"
  4. Superbs - "Party Together"
  5. Curtis - "How Can I Tell Her"
  6. Cheryl Berdell - "Giving It All To You"
  7. Sylvano Santorio - "We've Got It"
  8. Stringfield Family - "Sound Of Disco Rock"
out of stock $27.67
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Cat: DISCODAT 002. Rel: 31 Mar 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Late Nite Tuff Guy - "Dancefloor Baby"
  2. LTJ - "Nass Funk"
  3. Disco Tech - "Don't Let Go"
  4. Disco Tech - "Baltimore" (Tribute rework)
Review: A long term fixture in the realm of digital disco edits, Stockholm crew DiscoDat recently made the jump to pressing records with label boss Disco Tech inaugurating proceedings. This second release sees Disco Tech complemented by some high profile company from the disco edit hoi polloi in the shape of Late Nite Tuff Guy and LTJ Xperience. Australia's foremost exponent of the disco dice and slice is first up with "Dancefloor Baby" and if you don't know the source material for this one you need to sign up for some electro funk history lessons! LTJ Xperience follows with a beefed up take on "Funky Nassau", whilst Disco Tech holds court on the flip with two reworks, look out for the Tribute mix of Nina Simone's "Baltimore"!
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out of stock $9.05
20
Cat: BEGIN 07. Rel: 07 Jul 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Bassballs
  2. Bees
  3. Drop
Review: Founded back in 2010, James Holroyd's Begin project has garnered near cultish status over the course of it's six releases to date, effectively offering an update on the Northern Sulphuric Soul template where funk and hip hop are replaced by house, Balearica and disco. Just over a year on from the last Begin transmission, Holroyd resurfaces with this ace three track 12" that will suit all dancefloor orientated situations over the summer months. As the title suggests, a sumptuous electronic bassline forms the centrepiece of lead track "Bassballs" gently coaxing out a sultry vocal line and wonderfully delayed saxophone and twilight keys. It's matched by the final track "Drop" in the wow stakes which will delight anyone that's been digging that Gigi Masin retrospective on Music From Memory.
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out of stock $8.25
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Cat: RNT 006. Rel: 30 Jun 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Love Don't Wait
  2. Someday
  3. We Supply
Review: Having recently released a slew of white-hot, party-starting re-edits from the mighty Dimitri From Paris, Razor-N-Tape continue their ascent with an EP of summery scalpel jobs from Ron Basejam, AKA Crazy P man Jim Baron. The Nottingham-based producer is no stranger to the art of the re-edit - a selection of his reworks have already been released on other labels - and here delivers three tried-and-tested slammers. There's naturally much to get excited about, from the mid-90s gospel-boogie throb of "Someday" and the P-funk strut of the Tiger & Woods-ish "We Supply" (which comes blessed with a brilliantly rubbery bassline), to the baggy, soulful fun of "Love Don't Wait".
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out of stock $9.85
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Cat: EES 004. Rel: 10 Feb 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Goat - "Run To Your Mama" (Cage & Aviary remix)
  2. Blancmange - "The Western" (Cage & Aviary Nothing Is dub)
  3. Teeth Of The Sea - "Sentimental Journey" (Cage & Aviary Wyld dub)
Review: Following their acclaimed debut album, Migration, on Prins Thomas' Internasjonal label in 2012, Jamie Paton and Nigel Hoyle (aka Nigel Of Bermondsey) have seemed relatively quiet save for the odd remix here and there. Tucked away deep in their South East London base though, a series of remixes and solo projects have been steadily forming. With new C&A material planned for 2014, plus more to come from Jamie's new solo efforts, as well as Nigel making a long overdue reappearance in Maurice & Charles, now seems the right time to draw a line under their collective work to date. Here then are a collection of unreleased interpretations, including the sought after vocal remix of psychedelic darlings, in Goat's anthemic Run To Your Mama. This is followed by a late night dub of 80s pop duo Blancmange that mixes strings, guitar and some dub bass with a dose of space echo before bringing Neil Arthur's classically recognisable refrain shining through. To finish is a remix of Goat's label mates Teeth Of The Sea. FX-soundtrack vocal, bubbling 303 and 808 combine on a proper 3am dub that builds beyond some mere drug-chug.
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out of stock $6.38
23
Cat: DD 033. Rel: 07 Apr 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Get On Up (Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee edit)
  2. Need U (Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee edit)
Review: Consummate editors Ed Wizard and Disco Double Dee let loose with two more finely crafted disco reversions. "Get On Up" takes T.S Monk's disco funk classic "Get On Up & Dance" and gives it a full strength contemporisation with big hip-snapping beats that forge a groove that stomps well into the next century. "Need U", meanwhile, is a more subtle take complete with an infectious series of loops and cosmic overtones. Both absolutely kill it.
out of stock $7.44
24
Cat: COTF 003. Rel: 07 Jul 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Full Denim Jacket
  2. Amazing Exotics
  3. Amazing Exotics (Adrian Tripod remix)
Review: For Crimes of the future number 3 we present the ubiquitous Black Merlin, Trevor Horn heads to Berghain at 3am Friday and stays til Monday..... Completing the release Timothy J. Fiarplay and Scott Fraser remix together for the first time in the Adrian Tripod mode, taking amazing exotics back deep into Early 1990's New York and kicking it out bonesbreaks style.
out of stock $6.38
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Cat: EDITORSKUTZ 004. Rel: 25 Aug 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Let’s Make Love Tonight (Sleazy McQueen edit)
  2. Love Massage (78Edits rework)
  3. Let's Play around (Jean Claude Gavri & VinylAddicted edit)
  4. Le Viole (Lillo Carillo balearic disco)
Review: This latest installment in the popular Editors Kutz re-edit series is packing some real heat, which is arguably unsurprising given the talent involved. Whiskey Disco don Sleazy McQueen steals the show with opener "Let's Make Love Tonight", a perfectly pitched chunk of sensual, horn-toting disco that should ignite dancefloors the world over this summer. 78 Edits take on "Love Massage" - a sexy head-nodder in his loopy, toe-tapping style - is almost as good, while Vinyl Addicted & Jean-Paul Gavri's sweet, delay-laden, dub disco tweak of "Can't Play Around" (here re-titled "Let's Play Around") is similarly impressive. As if that wasn't enough to impress, there's also some top drawer shuffling Balearic disco from Lillo Carillo's (the sultry "Le Viole").
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EBO
Cat: DFEDITS 001. Rel: 24 Mar 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Vallige Popele - "Dancing Fool" (Dimitri From Tokyo edit)
  2. The Prammts - "When My Spot Gets Hot" (Dimitri From Tokyo edit)
  3. My Town Sounds - "Loud Mouthin'" (Dimitri From Tokyo edit)
Review: Ah it's a welcome return for everyone's favourite globetrotting disco socialite Dimitri From Tokyo, surfacing on Jean Claude Gavri's EBO label with a trio of expertly tweaked edits presented on vinyl for the first time. Up first is a heavy duty revision of the Village People number "My Roommate" that hogs the A Side and is a masterclass in the disco edit and one to pull for at peak time! Dimitri gets his loop on with an equally potent take on The Tramps classic "Disco Inferno" whilst the final track sees him look to the list of Levan with a heavily cut rendition of a Paradise Garage classic. In original form, "Bad Mouthin" by the Motown Sounds is nigh on impossible to beat match so kudos to the man from Tokyo for evening out the percussive kinks for contemporary discotheque usage.
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out of stock $9.05
27
Cat: DE 057. Rel: 20 Jan 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Tarzan Loves The Summer Nights
  2. Tarzan
Review: Stupendously rare Italo gem from the criminally under-prolific Trieste-based Big Ben Tribe, this quirky poplet first came our way in 1984 on Gong. Last spotted changing hands for hundreds on auction sites, Dark Entries have done the disco world a favour and licensed a reissue. Untouched and naked in all its 80s glory, the synth patterns, abstract lyrics and arrangement were way ahead of their time and clearly influenced many electronic pop and Balearic bands who followed. Vocals just a bit too much for you? No worries, just flip for the instrumental. Tarzan loves summer nights, and we love Dark Entries for unearthing this utter classic.
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28
Cat: SE 002. Rel: 03 Mar 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. A Little Bit Of Love
  2. 4 AM
  3. Get Down With Me
Review: Serge born in Russia came to the USA in the late 80s, got heavily in hiphop and digging in the crates for breaks and loops as well as production under dj supreme one moniker. He worked with such industry's heavyweights as Masta Ace, Edo G, Guru and many more. Serge is an avid vinyl collector of soul, funk, jazz, disco, boogie. Loads of good music is to come from Serge Gamesbourg.
out of stock $6.38
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