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Buskerud Tales EP
Buskerud Tales EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: WPW 001. Rel: 28 Nov 16
  1. Get Up (5:36)
  2. Tokyo 1988 (5:01)
  3. Kick The Burger (4:54)
  4. From Oslo to Aal (By Train) (4:58)
Review: The Iceland-born, Norway-based producer, B. G. Baarregaard, channels the great tradition of Scandinavian electronic disco on this delectable four-tracker, maintaining a crisp and funky edge to his productions while making sure every inch of the wax is dripping with old-skool warmth. "Tokyo 1988" stands out with its perfect lashings of boogie rubbed into the joints, while "Kick The Burger" slows things right down for a cool and deadly cruise through electro funk of the highest order.
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 in stock $7.97
Litmus Test
Litmus Test (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: WPW 006. Rel: 09 Dec 19
Deep House
  1. Road To Hana (7:49)
  2. 6AM Again (7:23)
  3. We Met At The Sun (7:18)
Review: It's been a hot minute since Scott Boutin graced us with his refined strain of electronic disco, but the Roam Recordings main man is back on Whiskey Pickle with more of his shimmering dancefloor delights. The lead synths on "Road To Hana" are pure joy, twinkling and bright like a well-lit disco ball. "6AM Again" switches the focus to some bassier synth lines with a warm Moog-y feeling, and while the name might suggest this is a wind down jam, really this track feels perfect for a smooth warm up too. "We Met At The Sun" completes the set with a house-oriented slant that could sit next to warmer strains of acid as much as Metro Area-esque disco.
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Absolute EP (incl. Whatever Whatever remix)
Cat: WPW 005. Rel: 16 Jul 18
  1. Absolute (7:54)
  2. Limoncello (8:08)
  3. Absolute (Whatever Whatever remix) (6:27)
Review: The Whiskey Pickle crew turn their attention to a new partnership from Steve Cobby and Laurie Welton, the former being known for decades of DJing, label management and producing alongside the likes of Stephen Mallinder for Throne Of Blood. Here the emphasis, as expected with Whiskey Pickle, is on disco with a slight leaning to the left. "Absolute" is a bubbling jam laden with illustrious threads of melody, cosmic in nature but still rooted thanks to a rock solid rhythm section. "Limoncello" is a more introspective affair that works with minor chords and a more intricate set of drums, but don't be fooled the groove is very much still intact. New York duo Whatever/Whatever bring a tougher dynamic to "Absolute," dialing in some beefy beats and amping up the synth touches for a surefire house heater.
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Dispassion (12")
Cat: WPW 007. Rel: 21 Jul 20
  1. Dispassion (7:25)
  2. Dispassion (Malinovsky remix) (7:29)
  3. Dispassion (Rune Lindbaek remix) (5:59)
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Tropicale 17
Cat: WPW 008. Rel: 24 Nov 20
  1. Detox (4:05)
  2. Tropicale 17 (4:48)
  3. Tropicale 17 (Chicken Lips Malfunction) (12:13)
Review: You can always rely on Whiskey Pickle for some of that playful weirdness and this time out it is prolific Italian producer DJ Rocca who serves up the musical thrills and spills. 'Detox' is an old school, 80s sounding synth heavy jam with poly rhythms and tropical feelings that lead to steamy dance floors. Things stay retro with 'Tropicale 17' which has a nice shimmery electro beat, arpeggiated bell sounds and naturalistic jungle motifs that take you to another world. Remixing it is long time disco dons Chicken Lips, who smooths things out to go for a more extended and slow burning cosmic journey.
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 in stock $12.25
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