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Various - Beauty: A Journey Through Jeremy Underground's Collection

UK 2xLP / Compilation

Soul Jazz-Funk MPB Disco

A1 - Mexican Summer

A2 - Tudo Em Cima

A3 - Lay Back

A4 - Superstar

B1 - Do Your Own Dance

B2 - Let Love Flow On

B3 - Needing A Woman

C1 - Love You Girl

The Parisian digger has previously overseen two house-focused compilations—his My Love Is Underground collection for Favorite Recordings was voted RA's top compilation of 2014. His tastes extend well beyond house, and the seeds for Beauty were planted when Spacetalk co-founder Danny McLewin heard Jeremy Underground throwing down a selection of soul, disco and boogie at Bestival on the Isle Of Wight. This is the theme of Beauty, which includes hard-to-find tunes from the likes of Sonya Spence, Shades Of Love and June Evans.


Various - First Serving

France 1x12"

Disco Boogie Funk House

A1 - Easy To Like

B1 - Give Me More Cowbell

B2 - The Brit Touch

After many reclusive years spent in her Manor experimenting with all sorts of recipes, Edith is finally back again, behind her stove & ready….With Beat, Funk & relentless Groove…Edith’s best ingredients are concocted to serve us with three high flying Disco edits. “First Serving” will be the first EP of a long series to come….


Various - Lesser Mysteries

UK & Europe 1x12" / Limited Edition

Electro Breakbeat Acid

A1 - Entrance

A2 - Positive Thinking!

B1 - Start Transmission

B2 - Zero Hour Dispatch

B3 - Night Rider

Lesser Mysteries brings together 5 up and coming acts to present a widescreen view on electro.Ben Cohen opens the EP with the atmospheric, hazy Entrance, Monotoxine uneases the ride with the squelchy, demented Positive Thinking! On the flip Tharsis Shelter Unit’s Start Transmission unfolds the B side with a sharp blow, before Stratowerx steps up with the impassioned Zero Hour Dispatch. Furious Frank closes the EP with the resonant Night Rider.


Various - Indian Acid / Pee Pee


Acid Disco

1 - Indian Acid (Afrobot)

2 - Pee Pee (Thee J Johanz)

Afrobot’s cut is a raw and fast percussive acid track, just wait till that 303 comes in, Indians already knew in ’83 what to do with that machine. For the other side Thee J Johanz, big Bollywood expert and collector, delivered an edit that could be considered the Bollywood answer to Yali Yali, that Jesus Christ Super Star theme in a funky Bolly Disco version, updated for nowadays club systems.


Various - Limited Series 06

UK 1x12" / 33 ⅓ RPM / Limited Edition

Deep House House Downtempo Broken Beat

A1 - Save Your Love For Me

A2 - Hanging Gardens

A3 - Dreams

B1 - Touched

B2 - Kickin The Kebs Up

Limited Series 06 drops on Banoffee Pies Records. This time with some saucy Pink legs showcasing a predominantly Bristol based representative of Leftfield House and UK inspired productions from Jazz to Electro and 2 step.Gallegos’ “Save Your Love For Me” quickly engages your focus with melody rich tones and enticing vocals pushing on to an interestingly themed A side with the electro infused “Hanging Gardens” from local Seka, and the complex drum patterns of 2 step themed “Dreams” from Jay Anderson, another artist to recently join the labels affiliates with an appearance on the second Banoffee Pies Black Label imprint.The B side is pleasantly introduced by a more head nodding groove full of pads from Owain K with “Touched “, and as with many of it’s predecessors, this Limited Series installation is rounded off with a Beat and a mood from a smoky lounge this time from Embezzlement Society. Another record with diverse uses for the DJ and listener. Music for prancing, love and dancing.


Various - Africa Airways Four: Disco Funk Touchdown 1976-1983

UK 1xLP / Album / Compilation

African Afrobeat Tribal Disco

A1 - Get Up Tchamassi

A2 - Bowa'a Mba Ngebe

A3 - Nassa Nassa

A4 - Nimele Bolo

A5 - Sun Explosion

B1 - Biram

B2 - Africain

B3 - Tinini Yanana

To date, each volume in Africa Seven's thrilling Africa Airways compilation series has been little less than essential. It goes without saying that this fourth instalment is also exceptionally good. Whereas previous volumes have focused on Afro-funk and "Afro-psych" (think Sly Stone, Nigerian style), this set drills down into African disco-funk released between 1976 and '83. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the solo-laden, slap bass-boasting bounce of Tala AM's "Get Up Tchamassi" and Charly Kingson's squelchy, synth-laden Blaxploitation number "Nimele Bolo", to the righteous, piano-driven thrills of Kemayo and K-System's brilliant "Biram" and the superior boogie business of Jake Sollo's "Tinini Yasana".


Various - Lovin' Mighty Fire (Nippon Funk • Soul • Disco 1973-1983)

UK 2xLP / Compilation

Funk Soul Disco

A1 - By By Session Band

A2 - Sentimental Hotel

A3 - Barato Yajuu

A4 - Why Don't You Move In With Me

B1 - Jiken Ga Okitara Bell Ga Naru

B2 - Summer Champion

B3 - Dancin'

B4 - Rainbow Paradise

“Lovin’ Mighty Fire” is Howard Williams’ third Japanese music compilation for the Ace Records house of labels - this time, for BGP International. Assembled in between his job as a record distributor and his monthly Japan Blues show for NTS radio, the first two have taken a look at the late 50s for a blast of Japanese rockabilly (“Nippon Rock’n’Roll” CDWIKD 313), then the 60s and 70s for a romp in Japanese surf music (“Nippon Guitars” CDWIKD 297). Following his retrospective of jazz singer Maki Asakawa for Honest Jon’s, this new outing searches for the soul music of Japan, from the early 70s to the early 80s. Japan has long been known as the final destination for many a collectible soul record. Yet, who suspected that some fine soul grooves were recorded for the domestic market, from ballads, to funk and disco? Strangely enough, some of the busiest writers and producers in this field came from a late 60s rock band, Happy End, but on listening to their collaborations, their rhythmic, soulful feel is immediately apparent.The bluesy funk of Lily; the soul-diva brilliance of Minako Yoshida – represented here in both slow-grind mode and epic disco; the maverick genius of Haruomi Hosono; the lively songstress Yasuko Agawa; and the sultry steaminess of Mari Natsuki, and more. This album finally plants a Japanese flag firmly on the global map of soul.


Various - Italian Dance Wave-Disco Sei

A1 - Sambaca (Dj Athome Remix)

A2 - Ritmo

B1 - The Spice (Flying Men Mix)

B2 - West Hills

Four slow-burning bombs that perfectly encapsulate how far that Slow Motion, slo-mo sound can be stretched. Featuring artists old as Alien Alien (Rodion & Hugo Sanchez) and Lerosa and new as Stoned Immaculate (Leo Mas & Fabrice and Max Essa) and Kassiel, Slow Motion drop the energy down a notch or two but not the emotion. Just as suitable for an early morning run as they are for a Balearic sunset, this four tracker has got essential written all over it.


Various - Eine Welt Vol 2 Ep

Germany 1x12" / 33 ⅓ RPM / EP / Limited Edition

Experimental Techno Synthwave New Beat Downtempo

A1 - Müdes Geschrei

A2 - Cola Cubes

A3 - Держи Мою Руку

B1 - Granchio Scorreggiante

B2 - Tsungire

B3 - Fun Cum

The sub-label of MOND MUSIK called „Eine Welt“ is back with the second edition of the compilation series. Carefully compiled by spAceLex (Alexander Arpeggio), those tracks give a different perspective on the contemporary music scene.


Various - OFFFM #1

Germany 2x12" / Compilation

Breakbeat House Techno

A1 - Banana D

A2 - ARX771

B1 - Double Vision

B2 - Moderner Saund

C1 - Jesus Hat Zeit

C2 - Bullet

D1 - Trenna Is A Dancer

D2 - Alec With A Tiny Hand

Connecting the Dots between Frankfurt and Offenbach.


Various - Surinam Funk Force

Netherlands 2xLP / Compilation

Boogie Funk Kaseko Disco

A1 - Born To Boogie

A2 - Jammin' (With The Jam Band)

B1 - Craziest

B2 - Happiness

C1 - The Funky "G" (Only Comes At Night)

C2 - Wakka Mang

C3 - Love Dance

D1 - Kaseko Attack

A compilation of highly collectable and rare Surinamese 45's and LP cuts. Compiled by Antal Heitlager & Thomas Gesthuizen this is the follow up to the Kindred Spirits released Surinam! compilation. This volume goes even deeper into the field of 70ties and 80ties funk music from the Surinamese dance floors


Various - V.A. Vol. III

US 1x12" / 33 ⅓ RPM / EP

Minimal Tech House

A1 - Hamal

A2 - Occurrence

B1 - NDN

B2 - You're Just A Body (You're Just A Freak)

After a brief hiatus, the Disdat crew is back in action & ready to unveil their third release. Dorian Paic & Federico Molinari hit the ground running with “Hamal,” a stomper aimed straight at the dancefloor. Martinez’s “Occurrence” is a psychotropic experience, with distorted whispers and glitches riding over a dark, weighty groove.On the flip, Lee Burton explores the ethers with “Ndn”, a mind-bending work with traces of Detroit nostalgia and a Drexciyan influence. Rounding out the EP is a reissue of the classic “You’re Just a Body (You’re Just a Freak)” by Scott Edwards, first released in 1998 under the name “Phlash.” It sounds as fresh as it did almost 20 years, a euphoric and high-energy track guaranteed to move the dance floor.


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