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Cat: LT 084. Rel: 30 Apr 18
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Where The One Is (5:33)
  2. Double Wheelin' (5:33)
  3. Reprise De Fonk (5:45)
Review: "Where The One Is", the lead cut from Art of Tones' latest Local Talk release, sounds like a peak-time anthem in the making. Seemingly crafted using a mixture of cut-up Philadelphia soul samples, jammed-out new disco instrumentation and jazzy, ambidextrous house beats, it feels a little like a tooled-up, slightly more low-slung version of Blackjoy classic "Moustache". You'll find more low-slung, disco-fired, Clavinet-sporting heaviness on side B, where stomper "Double Wheelin" provides further guaranteed peak-time pressure. As for "Reprise Du Fonk", it appears to be a quick-fire dub of "Where The One Is" featuring even more elastic bass guitar, jazz-wise guitar licks and life-affirming electro piano solos.
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Cat: LT 064. Rel: 23 Nov 15
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Doctor Feelgood (4:42)
  2. Slope (5:14)
  3. Slope (Lay-Far upbeat version) (5:44)
Review: Mad Mats and Tooli's Local Talk is still going strong. The Stockholm label now taps In-Beat-Ween Music main man Alexander Lay Far, who appeared last year on the label with his Communication EP. The Slope sees him collaborate with the legendary Ashley Beedle of X-Press 2 and Darren Morris. First up is "Doctor Feelgood" with its '70s inspired production complete with funk guitar, swinging live drumming and an infectiously funky synth bass. The Slope" is a more downbeat affair for chill out moments, a deep soul funk number with swirling Rhodes, dreamy xylophones and rich analogue strings drawing comparisons to Roy Ayers RAMP project. "Lay Far's Upbeat Version" does exactly what it does on the cover, injecting a funky breakbeat into said track, making it more dancefloor friendly but still retaining all its soulful glory.
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Cat: LTLP 007. Rel: 27 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)
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Cat: LT 079. Rel: 04 Sep 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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Remixes (12")
Cat: LT 083. Rel: 02 Apr 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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Cat: LT 076. Rel: 01 May 17
Deep House
  1. Fuck That Shit (5:11)
  2. Get Down (5:29)
  3. Potato Express (5:26)
  4. What Can I Say (2:27)
Review: Given his love of dusty sample manipulation, obscure source material, hazy deep house grooves and jazzy hip-hop beats, it's perhaps unsurprising that Robert "Cuthead" Arnold is on Mad Mats and Tooli's radar. Arnold is predictably in fine form on this first outing for the duo's Local Talk label. Fuck That Shit is packed full of highlights, not least the bumping title track, where cut-up hip-hop vocal samples ride a bustling, bumping, snare-heavy rhythm track. Also impressive is the similarly minded "Get Down" and "Potato Express", which is warm, jazzy, positive and laden with tasty jazz-funk, soul and disco samples. As usual, he rounds things off with a dash of blazed, Dilla-esque MPC abuse, in this case instrumental hip-hop shuffler "What Can I Say".
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Get Down (12")
Cat: LT 071. Rel: 18 Jul 16
Deep House
  1. Get Down (7:03)
  2. Get Down (Ezel Bayacou mix) (6:43)
  3. Get Down (Bayacou mix - Atjazz tweak) (6:44)
Review: Ezel's Dominican roots shine brightly in his personal strain of house music, and while the producer hasn't released a great deal of EPs since his debut back in 2008, he has produced an impressive amount of remixes, many of them for established artists like Osunlade and Deetron. Here he is on the unstoppable Local Talk with the sweet and sensual "Get Down", a tune that would definitely be roofed under the classic 'soulful' sound due to its sleek groove and heartfelt vocals. On the B-side, Ezel himself remixes the tune by stripping the lyrics down and working the groove into a more fast and humble sort of house framework, and Bayacou's version adds a fine layer of extra melodies to the mix that make this cut a pleasure to mix into just about anything.
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Cat: LTLP 006. Rel: 22 Jan 18
Deep House
  1. Espresso (7:46)
  2. Jaxx Carnival (6:03)
  3. Fly High (6:47)
  4. Elephunk (7:09)
  5. Fly Low (5:43)
  6. 8Tons Of (3:13)
  7. Mo' Funk Mo' Problem (5:18)
  8. No Mystery (6:15)
  9. Unquantized Love (4:23)
  10. Return To Planet Earth (2:56)
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Tiptoe (7")
Cat: LT 085. Rel: 14 May 18
Deep House
  1. Tiptoe (DJ Spinna Galactic Soul remix) (4:36)
  2. Tiptoe (3:33)
Review: Trevor Lawrence Jr impresses us on a constant basis, with his debut album paving a new way for funk and soul music all around the world, subtly swinging to the delicate touch of deep house at its core. This time, however, the imprint is Local Talk, and they've decided to release the "Tiptoe" single onto glorious 7", a format which is perfect to showcase its slow, meandering waves and delightfully seductive vocals; there's a DJ Spinna remix, on top of Lawrence's magnificent single, with the experienced producer coming through smooth and effective thanks to some elegant beat-work and plenty of soulful vibes. Killer!
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Cat: LT 072. Rel: 24 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Sketches (5:40)
  2. Eat Good (5:23)
  3. Crazy Love (feat Bluesz) (3:51)
  4. Soul Music (5:16)
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Bound EP (12")
Cat: LT 082. Rel: 05 Mar 18
Deep House
  1. Bound (feat Franc Syx) (7:17)
  2. Dancing (7:32)
  3. See More (6:34)
  4. Sandwiches (feat Ian Blevins) (7:03)
Review: Local Talk bite down on a fresh batch of 2018 with new friend NY*AK. Building on his stately body of work on the likes of Paper, Karakul and Audio Parallax, the London artist runs the groove gamut flexing from silky filtered disco ("Bound") to woozy dusty soft-focus jacks ("Dancing") via fast lane foundation Detroit textures ("See More") and subaquatic, bubbling warped house ("Sandwiches") All shades and temperatures in check, it's a tasty start of the year for the ever on-point Swedish label.
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Bizzness (12")
Cat: LT 086. Rel: 25 May 18
Deep House
  1. Bizzness
  2. Cart People
  3. Slow Glow
  4. Sweet Dreams
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Cat: LT 080. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Don't Worry Everything's Going To Be Alright (5:51)
  2. Tryin Times (5:48)
  3. The Rhythm (Drums 3) (6:55)
  4. Your Love (6:07)
Review: Here is the alter ego of Millionhands big cheese Tom Mangan. As Tee Mango he has had releases with Will Saul (and released on his Aus Music imprint earlier this year) and he's next up on Mad Mats & Tooli's Local Talk imprint. There's some splendid expressions in nu-jazz deepness on offer on the Dadhouse EP. Beginning with the emotive and chill groove of "Don't Worry Everything's Going To Be Alright" with some mad syncopated rhythms: hear the drummer get wicked! "Trying Times" is smooth and jazzy deep house reminiscent of classic Nick Holder with its smoky Rhodes. dusty rhythms and sexy soul vocals. On the flip, the reduced tribal-dub-DJ tool "The Rhythm" (Drums 3) was particularly impressive and reminded us of Kerri Chandler's more esoteric moments. Finally "Your Love" ends this fine EP on a bittersweet note on this Arthur Russell style jam.
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