A1 - Luna's Groove
A2 - Luna's Groove (Freekwency's Astral Mix)
B1 - Midnight Run
B2 - Korea Town
his is Ollie and Benny’s second meeting, the first being Freekwency’s “Flip The Coin” on Voyeurhythm. Recorded in 2011, their collaboration fuelled a simmering Boogie revival and remains in high demand alongside similar transmissions from Tom Noble, Psychic Mirrors and PPU. Since then, Olmos’ evolution has scored him some deserved points of his own - “Luna’s Groove” however, may have just hit the bulls-eye.
A1 - Globen
A2 - Wirklicheit
A3 - Exkursion
B1 - Bike Chase
B2 - Land Of Joy
C1 - Su Su
C2 - Oran
C3 - Aquarius
imited repress of this highly acclaimed and sought after double vinyl LP from Prins Emanuel,Copenhagen-based label Music For Dreams are extremely proud to unleash the debut album of Sweden’s Prins Emanuel.Released in double vinyl format, Emanuel’s first full length solo project is a concept album revolving around the medium of the record itself. With a functionalist’s attitude, each of the vinyl records can serve a different purpose. Translated from Swedish, the album title literally reads "Work/Leisure Time" and the contrasting moods of the two discs are meant to reflect.
A1 - Djoukourou (Auntie Flo Remix)
B1 - Desert Island
Superb remix of Oumou Sangare's 'Djoukourou' by the ever-excellent Auntie Flo.
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.
A1 - Head Rejection
A2 - Witzelsutch
B1 - Creepy PC
B2 - Head Rejection (Boot & Tax Remix)
After kicking off with a strong various artists release, Mexican label Calypso Records returns to showcase the talents of Argentine producer Thomass Jackson, who has previously been spotted on Gomma amongst other labels. "Head Rejection" takes on a ghoulish 1970s vibe that sports a little schlocky horror and a little spaghetti western in its discoid grooves, while "Witzelsutch" feels equally vintage but with a more cosmic lilt to its oddball tones. "Creepy PC" gets more of that noirish goodness lurking around the mix, and then Boot & Tax come on board to remix "Head Rejection" with a heads-down tribal patter that keeps the atmosphere of the original intact