Levon Vincent ‎– Double Jointed Sex Freak

Novel Sound ‎– NS04
Vinyl, 12", White Label, 33 ⅓ RPM


A Double Jointed Sex Freak (Part 1)
B1 Double Jointed Sex Freak (Part 2)
B2 Double Jointed Sex Freak (Part 3)

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Comes as a stamped white label in a generic white inner sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): NS∙04-A "FOR REBECCA, A TRUE ATHLETE" PCMJR
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): NS∙04-B PCMJR


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March 29, 2017
part 1 is peak sexiness . . first heard this track like 4 years ago, still gives me the chillllssss today


January 24, 2015
why does he change that chord sound at 5:10. Worst part about the record, and it lasts till the end.


January 25, 2014

represssssss pleaseee! :)


August 2, 2012
edited over 5 years ago

Another one of those "holy shit!" house tracks. Levon Vincent has a lot of ideas. He's not one of those pretentious artists who will dress up tracks with every FX and synth in the book. All he needs is a drum track, a string, and a groove and he'll make something happen. Magical.


April 16, 2012
My friend had this record and I never knew it was Levon, or appreciated it 'til now. I just knew it was some Gangsta Darkness. I'm so happy I've found it and so happy it's Levon.

If you get a chance to see this guy live he is a BEAST on the decks!


September 4, 2011
I listen to this and wish I was still young enough to be going out regularly. Then again, if I heard this out I'd probably pop.


December 22, 2010

As far as I'm concerned this guy is taking what I know and moving beyond into what I don't. Unpredictable in a market which today relies on predictability and no he isn't copying Shed, Dettmann or Klock, it seems the Berghain is in another time zone with his music. You can tell his music is inspired through the roots of Lil Louis, Francois K, Theo Parrish & Ron Trent being some good examples but still taking things to his own level and drawing out his own boundaries, I only hope to hear more from this guy in 2011.


October 27, 2010
edited over 7 years ago

To this point, Levon's best release. I don't know what else to say except the guy just "gets it". He knows how to let the elements sit with one another and go to work. And the simplicity is such that you think to yourself, why didnt I think of that? There's not a lot of production effects or wankery. I imagine his studio setup is pretty simple compared to other producers. Part 1 and Part 2 are big, cavernous, thundering. The elements are dark, scary, raw, and undercooked. Top notch house and as I've stated before there's noone out there making straight up house beats this big right now.