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De Mixes: Vol 6
Cat: LFM 006. Rel: 24 May 22
Loveface That You Are (5:56)
Love Fantasy (7:19)
Pablo's Theme (6:42)
Give It To You (5:58)
Review: What differentiates Loveface's De Mixes series from its re-edit and rework rivals is a willingness to embrace synth-heavy 1980s soul and the mid-80s proto-house sound of New York City. That glossy, colourful sound once again comes to the fore on this sixth instalment in the series. After first reworking a classic, mid-80s sing-along ('That You Are'), the mysterious production crew pays tribute to loved-up, hands-in-the-air Italo-house on 'Love Fantasy'. Over on the flip, 'Pablo's Theme' is a shimmering chunk of neo-boogie/electrofunk fusion rich in rubbery synth-bass and kaleidoscopic melodies, while 'Give It To You' is another tactile and gorgeous slab of '80s soul given a subtle dancefloor makeover.
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De Mixes Vol 8
Cat: LFM 008. Rel: 02 Jul 24
If You Want Me To (6:10)
Butterflies (4:40)
Rome Elettronico (4:40)
Let's Dance (3:47)
Review: Under the Loveface alias, veteran producers Lee Whitney and Simon Greatbatch have thus far delivered a septet of 'De-Mixes' EPs featuring effortlessly good dubs, re-animations and re-edits of killer cuts from the 1980s (think boogie, synth-pop, freestyle, electro and proto-house). Their eighth EP is another superb collection, with the duo first delivering a fine Prince rework (the lightly dubbed and synth-heavy 'If You Want Me To'), before putting their stamp on a lesser-celebrated, synth-heavy Paul McCartney cut from the mid 1980s ('Butterflies'). Over on the flip, 'Rome Elettronico' adds warm Italian house sounds to an Italo-disco style groove and 'Let's Dance' gives what sounds like an Italo-disco record the Balearic house treatment.
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