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posted a comment on Mappa Mundi - Musaics. 11 months ago
Discogs only shows the statistics of the 10 most recently sold items.
submitted Bertha Egnos, Eddie Domingo - Dingaka Lullaby From Dingaka Film Sound Track. over 2 years ago
submitted Elephants Memory - Mongoose. over 3 years ago
posted a review of The Cyclist - Bones In Motion. over 6 years ago
Great release with awesome tracks. But the vinyl is a big error. It's low in volume, it sounds distorted and sounds like it isn't mastered. The online samples sounds way better. Next to that there are 3 or more tracks on each side of the two 12 inches. ... See full review
posted a comment on Ueli* - Untitled. over 6 years ago
Rush Hour put it on their webshop today.
posted a comment on Savvas Ysatis - Archiv #08. over 6 years ago
This release, as the name "Archive" suggests, is a reissue of a few of Savvas Ysatis tracks, which also where released on Tresor. Each track on this release is a great Minimal Techno masterpiece as they where made before the minimal hype which started in ... See full review
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posted a review of Unknown Artist - They Call It Edit / At The Disco. over 9 years ago
What a release! The track At The Disco (LTJ Rework Edit) is what disco should sound like in the year 2010. It's deep and dark, the beat is non-stop to make you sweat on the floor, loads of hands clapping. The strength of the track is in the guitar-riff, ... See full review
posted a comment on A Skillz - Insane Bangers Vol 10. over 9 years ago
Side AA is a mash-up of Ultramagnetic MC's - Poppa Large (East Coast Acapella) and Bobby Bird - I Know You Got Soul.
posted a review of Amplified Orchestra - Satellites Are Spinning. over 11 years ago
This 12" offers three quality disco tracks. In my opinion each track represents a different style within the genre. U can't help but dance is a pounding "black" discoslammer with catchy vocals, while Zweap is more a freaked out afterhour track filled ... See full review