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Blue Monday (remastered)
Blue Monday (remastered) (heavyweight vinyl 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: 019029 5665913. Rel: 21 Jul 22
Funky/Club House
Blue Monday (7:30)
The Beach (7:21)
Review: You might think that you could cop a copy of New Order's seminal hit 'Blue Monday' fairly easily and cheaply given its ubiquity over the years. But no, copies in good condition still fetch around 50 quid, so this remastered reissue is well worth a cop. The single's iconic bassline and twitchy synth modulations very much soundtrack a generation, if not an entire youth revolution, but still enliven any dance floor many years later. What's more, the de-humanised vocals will always provide real singalong joy. On the flip is a 'The Beach', which is drenched in echo and reverb and general sonic filth.
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 in stock $14.00
Speaking In Tongues
Cat: 812279 6665. Rel: 10 May 13
Burning Down The House
Making Flippy Floppy
Girlfriend Is Better
Slippery People
I Get Wild/Wild Gravity
Moon Rocks
Pull Up The Roots
This Must Be The Place
 in stock $22.73
Running Up That Hill
Running Up That Hill (1-sided 12")
Cat: MA 002X. Rel: 20 Dec 22
Running Up That Hill (Heavy Disco edit) (7:41)
Played by: Kito Jempere
 in stock $15.32
Sharevari (12")
Cat: P 928. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Sharevari (vocal) (5:34)
Sharevari (instrumental) (6:16)
 in stock $14.00
Come Away With ESG (reissue)
Come Away With ESG (reissue) (limited LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: FIRELP 140. Rel: 27 Jul 18
Come Away (3:16)
Dance (4:34)
You Make No Sense (2:22)
Parking Lot Blues (2:55)
Chistelle (1:55)
About You (2:07)
It's Alright (2:41)
Moody (Spaced Out) (4:19)
Tiny Sticks (3:05)
The Beat (2:20)
My Love For You (2:57)
 in stock $21.13
Reasons To Be Cheerful (Part 3)
Cat: XSS 166692. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Reasons To Be Cheerful (part 3) (4:50)
Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick (Disco version) (5:19)
 in stock $14.27
ESG (12")
Cat: 99 04. Rel: 01 Jan 90
You're No Good
Earn It
Played by: WAHEVER
 in stock $18.49
Lovebeat (12")
Cat: 12ZTPS 02. Rel: 12 Jun 17
Moments In Love (beaten)
Heartbeat (Love is Where)
Beat Box Diversion Ten
Heartbeat (Love is Round)
 in stock $14.27
Rockin The Casbah
Cat: SSR 228. Rel: 03 Mar 23
Rockin The Casbah (4:15)
Flight To Algiers (4:06)
 in stock $13.22
The Hidden Tapes: A Compilation Of Minimal Wave From Around The World '79-'85
Cat: MW 030. Rel: 19 Apr 23
SS-Say - "Care" (4:53)
Oskarova Fobija - "Beli Dekolte" (2:23)
Danton's Voice - "I Hear The Bells" (5:44)
Sympathy Nervous - "Polaroid" (3:44)
Pas De Deux - "Cardiocleptomanie" (3:02)
Robert Lawrence & Mark Phillips - "Computer Bank" (5:17)
The Fast Set - "Kaleidecon" (4:56)
Reserve - "Destination Pour L'Inconnu" (3:20)
Kym Amps - "You Don't Know My Name" (2:53)
Unovidual & Tara Cross - "Microphone Connection" (4:44)
 in stock $26.17
Enjoy Your Self EP 3
Cat: EESS 007. Rel: 21 Nov 22
Akio Nagase - "Mbira Dub" (6:47)
Akira Arasawa & Ground - "Multi Gud Z" (7:16)
Akira Arasawa - "Dolphin" (6:57)
Saeko Killy - "Dancing Pikapika" (6:06)
Review: Enjoy Your Self EP 3 is, as the title suggests, a third deep dive into the offerings of Osaka, Japan-based label Chillmountain Recordings. It has a wealth of different producers on its roster, all of whom twist up house, electronica, experimental, dub and Balearic sounds into fresh new grooves for cultured dance floors. It is tribal and percussive dub from Aki Nagase that immediately gets us locked in before Akira Arasawa & Ground combine for the sludgy and slow motion dub of 'Multi Gud Z.' Akira Arasawa's 'Dolphin' has underwater sonar sounds and watery rhythms then the EP closes on what might be the best of the lot - a percolating dub in the form of 'Dancing Pikapika.'
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Played by: LEGO EDIT
 in stock $13.22
Heart Of Glass
Heart Of Glass (limited LP + booklet in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: 646067 1. Rel: 26 Oct 18
Heart Of Glass (Disco long) (5:52)
Heart Of Glass (Basic track) (6:14)
Heart Of Glass (A Shep Pettibone mix) (5:32)
The Disco Song (4:01)
Once I Had A Love (3:20)
Heart Of Glass (Disco instrumental) (5:17)
 in stock $27.22
Trommeltanz (Din Daa Daa)
Cat: P 49804. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Trommeltanz (Din Daa Daa) (The Magnificent Kordak remix)
Trommeltanz (Din Daa Daa) (original version)
Trommeltanz (Din Daa Daa) (dub version)
Played by: Pontchartrain
 in stock $14.27
This Is Happening (reissue)
This Is Happening (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP + insert)
Cat: 019029 5848859. Rel: 23 Jun 17
Dance Yrself Clean (8:58)
Drunk Girls (3:44)
One Touch (7:45)
All I Want (6:40)
I Can Change (5:54)
You Wanted A Hit (9:05)
Pow Pow (8:26)
Somebody's Calling Me (6:50)
Home (7:44)
 in stock $42.28
Ce N'est Q'Un Debut
Ce N'est Q'Un Debut (160 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: MEDICAL 002LP. Rel: 15 Oct 14
Computer Sourire
Ce N'est Q'un Debut
Problemes D'amour (feat Martine Michellod)
Dance Boy Dance
Hola Macci Kola
African Kola (feat Stefano Cocco Cantini - Sax)
Review: Twenty nine years ago (can you believe it) Alexander Robotnick released his first album, Ce N'Est Q'Un Debut, featuring what's arguably his most defining track "Problemes D'amour" with the Harajuku-cute vocals of Martine Michellod. It's this album that has influenced countless French synth pop acts and a horde of old school electro lovers, and all this time later it's been repressed (again) by the label that first released it, Medical. Keeping the sacredness of this LP firmly intact by sticking with the keyboard-head artwork, Ce N'Est Q'Un Debut - along with Man Parish's 1982 self-titled debut - should be in all of our record collections.
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 in stock $26.96
That's The Game
That's The Game (red vinyl 12")
Cat: STD 1201. Rel: 04 Mar 15
That's The Game (7:25)
That's The Game (instrumental) (4:20)
That's The Game (Dynamic mix) (5:09)
 in stock $10.57
Pleasure Boys
Cat: MXMRK 2051. Rel: 12 Oct 22
Pleasure Boys (5:22)
Emotional Disguise (4:59)
Review: Danny Krivit aka Mr K, that veteran of the Roxy and Paradise Garage, turns his attention to the 80s for his latest Mr K edits aka brush ups for the sound systems of today. 'Pleasure Boys' by Visage epitomised the new wave crossover sound when was released in 1982, and Krivit would eschew the vocal, using two copies to concentrate on and extend the thunderous synth bass break in his sets instead. Here he recreates the trick - a bare bones riff that still sounds enormous on a club system.

For the flip, Krivit goes a little deeper with his edit of 'Emotional Disguise' by Peter Godwin again ditching the overwrought new wave vocal in favour of the atmospheric synth stylings of the instrumental, which he recalls being a big tune with hip-hop crowds at the Garage and Roxy alike.
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 in stock $11.62
World Of Echo (reissue)
Cat: RTRADLP 208. Rel: 08 Nov 16
Tone Bone Kone (1:03)
Soon-To-Be Innocent Fun/Let's See (9:35)
Answers Me (2:11)
Being It (5:18)
Place I Know/Kid Like You (3:27)
She's The Star/I Take This Time (4:57)
Tree House (2:15)
See-Through (2:10)
Hiding Your Present From You (4:16)
Wax The Van (2:09)
All-Boy All-Girl (3:43)
Lucky Cloud (2:51)
Tower Of Meaning/Rabbit's Ear/Home Away From Home (4:36)
Let's Go Swimming (2:37)
The Name Of The Next Song (8:00)
Happy Ending (4:19)
Canvas Home (2:40)
Our Last Night Together (3:23)
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Volume One
Cat: CMV 001. Rel: 27 Jun 23
Eye No You (8:00)
Beyond Far (7:16)
More Eye (8:36)
Rock The Dance (7:31)
Review: The Crates Motel crew make a head turning debut here with this inaugural release featuring some red hot classic all reworked with great care and plenty of dancefloor aplomb. Up first is 'Eye No You', a belting vocal cut with big disco energy that will have the floor in raptures. Things get slower and funkier on 'Beyond Far' with its loose and live drums and withering chords under a familiar riff. On the B-side the temp gets turned up again with 'More Eye', a Philly disco cut complete with lavish strings and raw male vocals full of heart wrenching soul. Last of all is 'Rock The Dance', a disco version of an epic Clash cut that is pure fun.
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After Dark: Vespertine
After Dark: Vespertine (limited numbered 180 gram red vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ALNLP 69. Rel: 03 Aug 23
Island Band - "Idle Hours" (4:39)
Chaz Jankel - "Manon Manon" (4:55)
Gilbert O'Sullivan - "So What" (Nail edit) (8:40)
Rheinzand - "Kills & Kisses" (Scorpio Twins remix) (8:08)
Canada High - "Le Chiffre" (5:00)
Lanowa - "Burning Up" (6:40)
Khruangbin - "So We Won't Forget" (Mang Dynasty Irreverent dub) (7:12)
Fernando - "1998" (6:55)
Debbe & The Code - "Code Of Love" (5:59)
Jana Koubkova - "Nijana" (6:15)
IPG V Hot Toddy - "Open Space" (7:30)
Smashed Atoms & Backdoor Man - "Hey Dreamer" (6:46)
Review: Eight years on from his last After Dark compilation for Late Night Tales, font of all musical knowledge Bill Brewster returns with a fourth instalment. According to the man himself, it's a 'freestyle' selection with 'low and slow' the overriding theme. That loose but logical concept allows Brewster to showcase a diverse range of selections that defy easy categorisation. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, with our current pics including the synth-heavy Balearic voodoo of 'Idle Hours' by Idle Band, the Weatherall-esque chug of Hotel Motel's terrific remix of Jeb Loy Nichols' 'Don't Drop Me', the dub disco-goes-cosmic disco squelch of Ray Mang remixing Khruangbin, the deep synth-pop sweetness of Debbie & The Code's 'Code of Love', a terrific Naill edit of Gilbert O'Sullivan's 'So What', and the deep electro of Carl Finlow.
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 in stock $25.90
Jonny Rock Edits
Cat: OTE 007. Rel: 04 Aug 20
Kat-Woman-Do (6:40)
Bitter Juice (7:01)
Hippie Jam (4:51)
Streets Of Belgrade (4:55)
Review: Over the past few years, Johnny Rock has proved to be one of the shrewdest re-editors around, delivering must-check reworks of thoroughly obscure gems that tend towards the exotic and intoxicating. Further proof of his dusty-fingered, scalpel-wielding genius can be found on this Orange Tree Edits outing. Check first the rubbery, off-kilter '80s electro-flex of "Kat-Woman Do", before admiring the Mascara-sporting, New Romantic style synth-pop goodness of "Bitter Juice". Elsewhere, he offers up some skewed, percussion-rich late-night eccentricity (the delightfully weird "Hippie Jam") and successfully dances his way through some Communism-era Yugoslav post-punk heaviness ("Streets of Belgrade").
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 in stock $13.22
Jaz Edits 2
Cat: PF 008. Rel: 27 Sep 22
Cloud Worship (5:13)
Pick A Toy (6:29)
Puzzle (5:27)
Friday Night (5:00)
Review: Under the Jaz alter-ego, John Zahl has been serving up laidback, Balaearic-minded edits of musical obscurities since the mid 2000s. Initially, that was for Claremont 56 offshoot Sixty Five, but in the last decade he's also appeared on Passport To Paradise, Rotating Souls and, most recently, Pinchy & Friends. Here he returns to the latter label with four more rubs of atmospheric cuts from the dusty corners of his record collection. He begins with the wonderfully throbbing, solo-heavy dancefloor synth-scape of 'Cloud Worship', before successfully tinkering with a tactile, semi-organic proto-house gem on 'Pick a Toy'. Over on side B, 'Puzzle' is a tidy revision of a cosmic-minded, French language Balearic synth-pop gem, while 'Friday Night' is an eccentric, off-kilter slab of new wave disco oddness.
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 in stock $15.32
The World Of Keith Haring
The World Of Keith Haring (3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SJRLP 444. Rel: 28 Jun 19
B Beat Girls - "For The Same Man" (5:01)
Damon Harris - "It's Music" (8:42)
Pylon - "Danger" (5:37)
The Jonzun Crew - "Pak Man" (6:18)
Funk Masters - "Love Money" (6:29)
John Sex - "Bump & Grind It" (3:58)
Sylvester - "Over & Over" (12" Disco mix) (9:29)
Johnny Dynell & New York 88 - "Jam Hot (Rhumba Rock)" (7:22)
Art Zoyd - "Sortie 134" (part 2) (3:45)
Adiche - "Chuka-Ja (Get Ready)" (6:56)
Class Action - "Weekend" (Larry Levan mix) (8:15)
Gray - "Cut It Up High Priest" (4:23)
Golden Flamingo Orchestra - "The Guardian Angel Is Watching Over Us" (6:50)
Extra T's - "ET Boogie" (5:30)
Fab 5 Freddy - "Change The Beat" (7:31)
Convertion - "Let's Do It" (6:40)
Yoko Ono - "Walking On The Thin Ice" (5:55)
Review: Curated as part of the iconic street artist's Tate exhibition this year, The World Of Keith Haring unites many of the talented souls Keith knew, or was inspired by, during his prolific rise as one of the most vital cultural spokesmen through the 70s and 80s. Soundtracking the gritty downtown NYC streets he made his first mark on, this limited collection captures the whole melting pot from b-boy culture with cuts such as "E.T Boogie" and "Bump N Grind", raw boogie and soul ("Over & Over") and pure drama ("The Guardian Angel Is Watching Over Us"). A powerful collection as striking and relatable as his own signature.
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Played by: Tripeo
 in stock $35.68
Gator Boots Vol 13
Gator Boots Vol 13 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: GB 13. Rel: 29 Jan 20
White Wedding (6:18)
Love Action (6:11)
Evolution (7:08)
 in stock $13.22
DB12 012
DB12 012 (12")
Cat: DB12 012. Rel: 27 Mar 23
Other World (7:42)
Dolce Julia (7:13)
Voice Of Omicron (6:35)
Monkey Key (6:00)
Review: A strong, strong showing from Duca Bianco after a period of relative dormancy, teaming up with Manchester's Talking Drums for a musical culture clash with maximum impact. The four tracks see a wide palate of influences being mixed up, from the cheeky Afrobeat shuffle of 'Monkey Key' to the 80s electropop of 'Voice Of Omicron' and the Nico-esque vocal delivery on Balearic groover 'Dolce Julia'. This is an EP with lots of surprises, tons of originality and musical confidence brimming over its edges.
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 in stock $14.00
Sintesis Moderna: An Alternative Vision Of Argentinian Music 1980-1990
Cat: SNDWLP 150. Rel: 03 Nov 22
Carlos Cutaia - "Operativo" (4:23)
El Signo - "Dimensiones Ocultas" (Ric Piccolo edit) (5:17)
Ultimate Warriors - "Running Away From You" (5:25)
Abaddon - "No Es Computable" (3:29)
Toby - "Ain't That Better" (Harari edit) (5:02)
The Originals - "Vamos A La Playa" (5:20)
Mike Ribas - "Secuencia Sin Consecuencias" (3:13)
Adalberto Cevasco - "Reencuentros No 2" (7:29)
Los Moesicos Del Centro - "Esquirlas" (3:41)
Divina Gloria - "Mediterranee Club" (3:58)
Mike Ribas - "Como Son Los Retratos" (Harari edit) (4:39)
Delight - "I Wanna Make You Mine" (4:54)
Gaita - "Mueve Tu Cuerpo" (8:03)
Donald - "A Ver, A Ver" (Ric Piccolo edit) (5:09)
Bad Girls - "Dance To Dance" (4:46)
Carla Rab - "Sexy Films" (6:18)
Los Musicos Del Centro - "Aire De Tropicos" (3:52)
Jorge Lopez Ruiz - "De Mama Candombe" (5:36)
Jorge Alfano - "Fuego" (7:38)
Review: Revisionist history is just as important for music as it is for geopolitics or economics, so we're more than happy to recognise this 'Alternative Vision Of Argentinian Music' throughout one of the most important decades in popular music history. Whereas popular thought tended towards Argentina being a hotbed for 'rock nacional' (national rock) music made in the post-dictatorship return to democracy, here Soundway focus on the more extreme ends of the experimental music fringes that cropped, thanks to the newfound freedoms allowed by neoliberal policies. Arthur Russell-esque disco, downtempo battle breaks, avant-garde obscurities - it's all there.
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 in stock $26.42
DB12 007
DB12 007 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DB12 007. Rel: 20 Sep 21
Sina's Freund (5:44)
Werner's Spiel (6:02)
Elvira's Katzenfisch (5:40)
Frank's Einsamkeit (5:51)
Review: Audiosex and Hanoben stepped out together on Discos Capablanca back in 2018 with the on-point acidities of Phone Sex, and now they're teaming up once again for this killer clutch of edit tackle for the always interesting Duca Bianco label. Rather than the well-mined stocks of disco and funk that usually get dusted down by edit scavenegers, these two have turned to synth pop and German new wave sounds, coming up with four deep cover, deliciously dishevelled pieces which align perfectly with the brand of acidic club music they make themselves. 'Elvira's Katzenfisch' is a prime case in point - a broad, sweeping slice of synthwave which sounds like it might slide off the reel to reel at any moment, while 'Frank's Einsamkeit' swells into a searing 303 burner for the darkest dungeon dancefloors.
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Played by: Manu Archeo, Dj soFa
 in stock $8.98
Looking In
Cat: RNTR 056. Rel: 18 Apr 23
Funky/Club House
Looking In (5:10)
Sleazy (3:52)
Your Distraction (4:04)
Sleazy (Nenor remix) (5:02)
Looking In (Clive From Accounts remix) (6:02)
Review: The Looking In EP marks the return of Brooklyn-based quintet Underground System to local imprint Razor-N-Tape, with a stunning five track release of originals and remixes. It offers a fresh and unique blend of Balearic grooves, left-field funk and up-tempo backbeats that respectfully showcase the US sound. The tracks are complete with the band's signature use of flute and synth soundscapes, driving percussion and catchy vocal hooks that are sure to get you moving. On the B-side of the record, RNT mainstays Nenor and Clive From Accounts deliver two club-ready remixes that take the tracks into even more dancefloor-friendly territory.
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 in stock $16.39
DB12 009
DB12 009 (12")
Cat: DB12 009. Rel: 14 Aug 23
Franz Scala - "For Me" (6:11)
Cw - "Mind Zouk" (6:25)
Der Sexa - "Gabi Plane" (6:12)
Talking Drums - "DMNB" (7:06)
Review: Duca Bianco is back with one of its special various artists' releases, and a mighty fine one it is too. This one finds four guest producers all with their finest studio tools sharpened and ready for action. Two of the artists are well known but use new alias - one is Israeli synth and psyche wizards Red Axes who work their magic as Der Sexa on 'Gabi Plane' and another is Beauty & The Beat party man Cedric Woo as CW. He gets nice and twisted here while the other two cuts - one from Italo king Franz Scala who builds slow new wave funk, and one from Manchester's renowned edit kings Talking Drums who offer some lovely leftfield madness on 'DMNB', all make for crucial listening.

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 in stock $13.48
The Art Dance
The Art Dance (hand-numbered heavyweight vinyl gatefold LP with lyric sheet insert)
Cat: MW 025. Rel: 15 Oct 10
Pure Desire
Nice Song
Electronic Journey
Short Wave
Sexual Desire
It's Not Too Grand
Your Lover
Daily & Blue
Good Name
 in stock $26.42
Wrong Numbers
Cat: WH 002. Rel: 16 Aug 22
Heavy Breathing (7:59)
Work It (5:54)
Dirty Devil (6:35)
That Is The Question (4:45)
Review: Wrekin Havoc does just that with its second release from the artist of the same name. After a big first EP that really announced the label's arrival in style this one is another tasty disco collection. 'Heavy Breathing' has toting old school chords and Italo drums and 'Work It' bring glossy vocals, crashing hits and a libidinous vocal. Things get slow and seated but just as steamy on the flipside cut 'Dirty Devil' then last of all is the glorious bit of exotic and tropical, boogie tinged disco freshness that is 'That Is The Question.'
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 in stock $13.22
Ce N'est Q'Un Debut
Cat: SPITTLE 107LP. Rel: 07 May 21
Probleme d'Amour (4:25)
Computer Sourire (4:55)
Dance Boy Dance (5:10)
Hola Macci Kola (4:41)
Ce N'est Q'un Debut (4:02)
Afrikan Kola (5:19)
 in stock $18.76
Monsters From The Future
Monsters From The Future (12" with obi-strip)
Cat: PF 007. Rel: 29 Jun 22
Monsters From The Future (5:57)
Mind Control Musique (6:13)
Gringo Tropicana (5:49)
Tropicana Suite + + (6:05)
 in stock $14.27
RDY #50
RDY #50 (limited 12")
Cat: RDY 50. Rel: 29 Jun 23
Touch (extended dub) (7:21)
Spaced Out (4:19)
The Invaders (Decadent mix) (9:03)
 in stock $15.84
Whisper To A Scream
Cat: SPEC 1395. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Barry O & Clauja Barry - "Whisper To A Scream" (remix)
Flirts - "Passion" (remix)
Flirts - "Passion" (dub mix)
 in stock $20.35
Big Mood (feat Justin Van Der Volgen edit)
Cat: ERC 152. Rel: 13 May 24
Big Mood (4:53)
Big Mood (Justin Van Der Volgen edit) (7:42)
Review: The always hard working Emotional Rescue now unveils the electronic disco project Exo Fender, helmed by esteemed New York producer Eric Calvi and featuring the legendary Steve D'Acquisto. The remastered songs 'Big Mood' and 'Music In My Mind' span two new EPs, with updated edited versions by NYC producer Justin Van Der Volgen. Calvi's journey from Paris to New York's music scene in the 1980s when he engineered hits for artists like Cameo and Africa Bambaataa, and laid the groundwork for Exo Fenders. Inspired by clubbing friendships, the project's infectious grooves and tongue-in-cheek nature gained club play and collector's acclaim, with Van Der Volgen's remix enhancing their timeless appeal for today's dancefloors.
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 in stock $15.32
Save Our Love
Save Our Love (180 gram vinyl 12" (comes in different colour sleeves, we cannot guarantee which one you will receive))
Cat: ISLE 021A. Rel: 17 Aug 23
Save Our Love (5:04)
Slow Beat (dance mix) (4:52)
Save Our Love (instrumental) (3:55)
Review: Isle Of Jura come through once more with a superbly in demand reissue of a sought after disco cut from the 1980s. 'Save Our Love' by Escape From New York is a blend of disco, new wave and funk that has a mystical atmosphere and drums perfectly of their time. The vocal is full of yearning under the shimmering synths and on the flip is an even more 80s-leaning tune, 'Slow Beat' (dance mix) has more obvious 80s leanings and the 12" closes with the Instrumental of 'Save Our Love, stripping back the vocals and giving more air to the bass.
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 in stock $14.54
Circle Of Love (Elado remix)
Circle Of Love (Elado remix) (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BOA 001. Rel: 11 Mar 24
Circle Of Love (Elado remix) (4:36)
Circle Of Love (4:24)
Circle Of Love (Elado remix instrumental) (4:20)
You Make Me High (4:45)
Review: Tel Aviv's Elado has put out a fine run of eight releases in just two years on the likes of GAMM, Barefoot Beats and Bonfido Disques, but for his next move, he branches out with his own reissue label. its aim is to "focus on uncovering lost gems" with the original paired with his own remixes. The first one is a 1983 private press from the Canadian pair OUI. 'Circle Of Love' is a big disco banger with flashy synth work and rugged arps, with a pair of Elado's mixes making it even more dancefloor ready. 'You Make Me High' is a more sentimental 80s pop sound.The release has recieved support from a lot of artist, such as Gerd Jansen and Hunee. A fine start to life for this new label.

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Played by: Elado, Funkyjaws
 in stock $15.07
Diablo (neon pink vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: PHLP 16. Rel: 08 Sep 22
Push (5:46)
Hey Diablo (5:36)
Power Passion (5:08)
You Remind Me (6:26)
I Love A Sea On Fire (5:13)
Give Me (3:15)
Blessings (5:56)
Higher Estates (6:31)
So Sweet (3:41)
To The Room (5:10)
Review: Former Factory Floor flummoxer and drummer Gabe Gurnsey grabs us by the groin on this gargantuan groveller of an LP, 'Diablo', his new album. Blending influences from Detroit techno, minimal post-punk and krautrock, it's an impressive follow-up to Physical, his debut solo album for Erol Alkan's Phantasy Sound. It hotly heats our hearing with high-octane hygge, and develops nicely out of his former one-off EPs and singles.
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 in stock $20.07
Italian Dancefloor Outsiders 1987-1994
Cat: THANKYOU 014. Rel: 09 Aug 22
Cy & Gy - "You Danger" (Victorial version) (6:01)
Ubaldo Missoni - "Let Me Be Your Man" (instrumental) (4:19)
Teknoafro - "Mama Africa" (4:50)
Bokaye - "Ethno Groove" (5:41)
Nightmare Lodge - "Mirage IV" (5:09)
Nistri & Fiori Carones - "Marcia A Gorky Park" (3:05)
Aritmica - "Touch Another Flame" (6:12)
Zen - "Antiacid" (4:52)
Major Ipnotic Key Institute - "Minimal Kinetic" (10:19)
Leo Anibaldi - "Muta 3" (6:23)
Review: Much time has been spent marking the importance and excellence of some aspects of the Italian dance music story - think the 1980s Italo-disco movement, Baldelli's cosmic disco vibes, and the later Italo-house and Roman techno scenes - but there are still gaps in our knowledge. That's where this compilation from Dualismo Sound and Gabrielle Casiraghi comes in. Devoted to 'Italian dancefloor outsiders', it aims to educate us on some of the overlooked oddities recorded in Italy between 1987 and '94. It more than achieves its aims, delivering a mixture of proto-trance (Cy & Gy), Fairlight-powered instrumental synth-pop (Ubaldo Missoni), druggy Afro-cosmic throb-jobs (Teknoafro), sparkling "Worldbeat" (Bokaye), breakbeat-driven downtempo grooves (Nightmare Lodge), and impossible-to pigeonhole sonic insanity (Zen). A genuine 'must-check'.
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Salvation (12")
Cat: AOG 01. Rel: 29 Jul 22
Salvation (original version) (5:26)
Salvation (dub version) (5:50)
Salvation (Spaventi O'azzurro remake) (5:43)
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Music In My Mind (feat Justin Van Der Volgen edit)
Cat: ERC 153. Rel: 13 May 24
Music In My Mind (7:51)
Music In My Mind (Justin Van Der Volgen edit) (8:23)
Review: This is the second of two releases from Emotional Rescue that looks to the music of the Eric Calvi who headed up the collective Exo Fender, a project that brought together a bunch of friends, producers, and studio amigos. This one is a live boogie jam 'Music In My Mind' with Brooklyn DJ and producer Steve D'Aquisto. He was a regal at The Loft and a friend of Arthur Russell so all that bears out in the music - a loose-limbed disco groove with languid percussion and big vocals. A Justin Van Der Volgen edit rounds out the 12".
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Arthur Baker Presents Dance Masters: Arthur Baker The Classic Dance Remixes
Cat: EDSL 0143. Rel: 20 Jul 23
Fleetwood Mac - "Big Love" (extended remix)
New Order - "Confusion" (12" version)
Cyndi Lauper - "Girls Just Want To Have" (Fun extended version)
Daryl Hall - "Dreamtime" (extended remix version)
Pet Shop Boys - "Suburbia" (club vocal mix)
Fine Young Cannibals - "Ever Fallen In Love?" (club Senseless)
General Public - "Never You Done That" (Special dance mix)
The Colourfield - "Running Away" (long version)
The Cars - "Hello Again" (remix)
Carly Simon - "My New Boyfriend" (remix)
Bob Dylan - "When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky" (Full Length version)
Daryl Hall & John Oates - "Out Of Touch" (club version)
Jennifer Holliday - "No Frills Love" (extended dance remix)
Robbie Nevil - "C'est La Vie" (extended version)
Living In A Box - "Living In A Box" (dance mix)
Neneh Cherry - "Buffalo Stance" (1/2 Way 2 House mix)
Will Downing - "A Love Supreme" (Jazz In The House remix)
Jeffrey Osborne - "Soweto" (remix version)
Jermaine Stewart - "Jody" (dance version)
Roberta Flack - "Uh-uh Ooh-ooh Look Out (Here It Comes)" (Arthur Baker dance mix)
Al Jarreau - "I Must Have Been A Fool" (remix)
Arthur Baker & The Backbeat Disciples - "The Message Is Love" (feat Al Green - Cupid mix)
Artists United Against Apartheid - "Sun City" (Last remix)
Freeez - "IOU" (Mega mix)
Talking Heads - "Blind" (extended mix)
Wally Jump Jr & The Criminal Element - "Turn Me Loose" (12" version)
Tina B - "Honey To A Bee" (Vocal/extended version)
Arthur Baker - "Breaker's Revenge" (extended vocal version)
Cindy Mizelle - "This Could Be The Night" (Vocal/extended version)
Atlantic Starr - "One Lover At A Time" (extended version)
Boxcar - "Freemason (You Broke The Promise)" (Shakedown mix)
Gypsy Kings - "Bamboleo Latin" (Latin extended version)
Afrika Bambaataa & Soulsonic Force - "Planet Rock" (12" vocal version)
Rockers Revenge - "Walking On Sunshine" (feat Donnie Calvin - 12" version)
Touchdown - "Ease Your Mind" (US remix)
Second Image - "Star" (US remix)
Junie Morrison - "Tease Me" (long version)
Central Line - "Surprise, Surprise" (12" version)
Glory - "Can You Guess What The Groove Is" (short version)
Afrika Bambaataa & The Jazzy 5 With The Kryptic Krew - "Jazzy Sensation" (12" Bronx version)
Ritz - "I Wanna Get With You" (12" version)
Larry Wedgeworth & Clique - "No More Games" (short version)
Northend - "Can't Put No Price On Love" (long version)
Review: After launching the Dance Masters series with a much-needed trawl through the remixography of the great Shep Pettibone, Arthur Baker has now turned his attention to his own sprawling catalogue of productions and remixes. Stretched over four discs in order to present full-length, DJ-friendly mixes, the collection does a great job in showcasing Baker's immense achievements in the 1980s and 90s. Naturally, his most celebrated productions and remixes are present - see his versions of Fleetwood Mac's 'Big Love', which became Balearic anthems, Afrika Bambaata and Soulsonic Force's genuinely game-changing 'Planet Rock', Freez's 'I.O.U', Rockers Revenge's 'Walking on Sunshine' and New Order's 'Confusion' - alongside a swathe of forgotten, overlooked and harder to find revisions.
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Fantasy (LP)
Cat: BST X091. Rel: 26 Jan 23
Let It Go (5:04)
Software On Request (5:34)
Fantasy (4:22)
Macho Pas Macho (4:09)
Dub Fantasy (6:27)
Super Disco! (4:05)
Shining Star (5:28)
Review: While this fabulous album may sound old - as if it was an obscure, jazz-funk-tinged Italian disco release from 1982 - it is in fact brand, spanking new, making it the first new LP of original material released by legendary Italian imprint Best Record in over four decades. Created by Raffaele 'Whodammy' Arcella and Cosimo Cosmo Mandorino, it offers the same kind of boundary-blurring fusion of early '80s boogie, electro, low-tempo Italo-disco, jazz-funk, disco, Afro-cosmic and colourful Balearic pop (with a few cheeky raps and spoken word vocal passages thrown in) as the Neopolitan albums of the early-to-mid 1980s that inspired them. It's a brilliant set all told - one that authentically pays tribute to their influences and inspirations while offering something genuinely new and exciting.
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Malebox (CD)
Cat: DE 305CD. Rel: 11 Nov 22
If You Feel It
Love & Passion
Low Down Dirty Rhythm
Love Me Hot
A Wicked Tool
Review: Best known for producing chart-topping disco anthems like the Sylvester-fronted 'Do You Wanna Funk?' - that still crop up in DJs like Juan Atkins' sets to this day, Cowley died in 1982 due to an AIDS-related illness. He left an incredible body of work but since 2009, the Dark Entries label has been working with Cowley's friends and family to uncover the singular artist's lesser-known sides such as his soundtracks for gay pornographic films. Malebox brings us six more recent discoveries from the hidden archives, very much in the churning disco-funk and hi-NRG areas that we've come to know and love as trademark Cowley. Recorded from 1979-1981, one of Patrick's most creatively exciting periods, this bumper pack includes early Paul Parker demos 'If You Feel It' and 'Love Me Hot', a demo version of 'Low Down Dirty Rhythm' with Jeanie Tracy's vocals, plus 'Floating', 'Love and Passion' and 'A Wicked Tool', all infectious and brimming with joyfulness and futuristic exploration. Also included is an air mail envelope containing a letter from Patrick Cowley to French disco producer Pierre Jaubert as well as liner notes and hand-written lyrics. Malebox will be released on November 12, the 40th anniversary of Patrick's passing.
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DB12 010
DB12 010 (12")
Cat: DB12 010. Rel: 14 Aug 23
Jonny 5 - "Joy Riding" (6:22)
Dreems - "Bususua" (8:30)
Miserymix - "Adjust Your Love" (7:02)
Black Bones - "Lil' Pil" (4:06)
Review: Jonny 5 is known for his superlative edits as well as heading up the Bahnsteig 23 label and here he returns from time out becoming a father to kick off this new one from Duca Bianco. 'Joy riding' is loopy disco-post-punk for a peak-time trip. Multi Culti man Dreems then brings the Afro party vibes with his 'Bususua' which is packed with dub fx and steeped in fun. Miserymix then throws in their Italo-licked post-disco and punk sounds on 'Adjust Your Love' before a big finale by Black Bones. They offer a deep and dubby house that has been a secret edit for a while but finally gets unveiled here to great effect as it worms its way into your brain.
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Played by: Dreems, Neil Diablo
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Greg Wilson Presents XXXO & ICA Beats 84 (reissue)
Cat: RBSSS 7. Rel: 22 Aug 22
Equip - "XXXO" (6:14)
Greg Wilson - "ICA Beats" (Gerd Janson edit - part 2) (5:27)
Greg Wilson - "ICA Beats" (Gerd Janson edit - part 1) (5:41)
Review: Some serious UK electro history here, as Running Back delivers a fresh pressing of Equip's rare 1984 gem 'XXXO', which was previously only available as a single-sided 12" back in the early 2000s. It's an undeniably far-sighted concoction which was produced by Greg Wilson, Martin Jackson and Andy Connell for - but sadly never included on - the pioneering Streesounds UK Electro album the trio created. Although technically electro, the track's 4/4 beats and proto-acid sounds make it a contender for the elusive title of 'first ever house record made in Britain'. To back it up, Gerd Janson has re-edited two previously unreleased electro beats recorded by the trio for a breakdance performance at the I.C.A, both of which sound like mutant, extra-percussive fusions of electro and post-punk.
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1982 (limited black smoked vinyl LP)
Cat: LSTUMM 480. Rel: 30 Mar 23
Same (2:54)
Waiting On A Train (3:36)
1982 (3:29)
A Trip In Hulme (4:10)
Tombo In M3 (4:47)
Constant Curve (3:44)
Afro Dizzy (3:42)
Holy Smoke (4:04)
Tier 3 (3:22)
Ballad Of Acr (3:57)
Review: ACR have returned to post-punk-electronica megalabel Mute for a new 'partnership', ensuring that the entirety of their catalogue gets reissued. That being said, the unlike-anything-else-ever-heard-before band are also looking to the future, not shying away from releasing new LPs. Don't get confused; the LP '1982' was not made in 1982, it was made in the last few years, and will be released in 2023. Says it all really. Were the 80s simply better? We don't know, but perhaps a deep-dive into the album's themes can provide an implicit answer. Macuncian rapper Chunky appears throughout the moody industri-funk ensemble's new reverie, giving a present-day voice to a haunting spectre. Overall, though, you've got instrumental styles from Afrobeat, jazz, cosmic, disco, and of course, industrial post-punk, coalescing into a certain ration of wild, wild music - perfect for austere times ahead.
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After Dark: Vespertine
Cat: ALNCD 69. Rel: 03 Aug 23
TOE - "Infinite Consciousness"
Island Band - "Idle Hours"
Jana Koubkova - "Nijana"
Dan Wainwright - "Come Home"
Jeb Loy Nichols - "Don't Drop Me" (Hotel Motel remix)
Nick Munday - "Drum Lock"
Khruangbin - "So We Won't Forget" (Mang Dynasty Irreverent dub)
Rhythm Plate - "We Were Made To Be Artists"
Debbe & The Code - "Code Of Love"
Lanowa - "Burning Up"
Gilbert O'Sullivan - "So What" (Nail edit)
Canada High - "Le Chiffre"
Smashed Atoms & Backdoor Man - "Hey Dreamer"
Gus Paterson - "Arphicelago"
Fernando - "1998"
IPG V Hot Toddy - "Open Space"
Carl Finlow - "Hyperkagome"
Rheinzand - "Kills & Kisses" (Scorpio Twins remix)
Chaz Jankel - "Manon Manon"
Review: When tasked with compiling his first After Dark compilation for eight years, musical font-of-all-knowledge Bill Brewster decided to go "slow and low", picking an impressively eclectic collection of low-tempo outings old and new. The results are undeniably impressive, with Brewster serving up an entertaining and eye-opening mixture of twinkling, jazz-flecked electronica (T.O.E), synth-laden proto-Balearic dreaminess (Island Band), Weatherall-esque dark disco psychedelia (Brewster's Hotel Motel project remixing Jeb Loy Nichols), squelchy nu-disco deepness (Ray Mang dubbing out Khruangbin), acid-flecked revivalist proto-house (Rhythm Plate), little-known, 80s soul era synth-pop (Debbie & The Code), future Balearic anthems (Nail re-editing Gilbert O'Sullivan), saucer-eyed, piano-sporting space house (Gus Patterson) and ultra-deep electro (Carl Finlow). As usual, Brewster has largely avoided familiar favourites, instead showcasing obscurities that deserve wider attention.
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Played by: Dave Lee ZR
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What's Life
What's Life (hand-stamped vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: LPIL 2106. Rel: 04 May 23
What's Life (Idjut Boys dub remix) (6:38)
What's Life (original) (3:29)
What's Life (Idjut Boys Seven Slackers remix) (7:08)
Review: The Innovative Leisure label is here with more of that irresistible hand-stamped white label goodness. This one comes from the super cool LA duo De Lux (who have a new album out this month) as remixed by Dan Tyler and Conrad McDonnell aka Idjut Boys. They bring plenty of their signature and spacious cosmic dub sounds to 'What Life', layering in the echo and spring reverb in fine style. The dub mix is on a constant upward trajectory that never resolves and so will have the floor in raptures with cowbells and big splashy drums. The original is also included as is their Seven Slackers remix.
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 in stock $13.22
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