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Recent Activity
posted a comment on Karim (2) - In My Mind (Acid Pink). about 1 year ago
I love warm chords me.....and this is a man from C&A special!
posted a comment on Seventh Movement* - Luvtraxxx. about 1 year ago
Undiscovered classic from the timelessly good JBO label. Snap these up while they're still around!
posted a comment on Anno Stamm - No One Else. over 2 years ago
This is absolutely cracking this. Big techno chords on A and B1, Chilled out deepness on B2. Ballistic. This guys bond villain cool.
posted a comment on Eon - What Is Music / Spice (Juan Atkins Mix). over 2 years ago
This is just unbelievable timeless techno. For me, Mr Raucous Mix of What Is Music edges it for the keys. J Saul Kane....legend...
posted a comment on Phil Kieran - Blinded By The Sun (Remixes #1). over 2 years ago
Well this is probably the best thing I've heard for a long time, its deep, dark, melancholic and moody. Simple vocal snippets and powerful melodies. Quite simply amazing. Both sides are absolute winners. Thankyou Phil
posted a comment on Muzik & Friendz Records. over 2 years ago
Great little label up and coming. Deep and groovy intelligent vibes. Belgian pride. Respect.
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posted a review of Roach Motel - The Night. over 3 years ago
Properly underground stuff from Farley and Heller, who at one time could do no wrong but who were probably too prolific for their own good. This is one of their lesser known tracks but is undoubtedly one of their finest moments. Synths, bouncy bass, ... See full review
posted a review of Those Norwegians - The Kilpisjärvi EP. over 3 years ago
Gawd knows what these titles mean but this is a staple piece of deep house from the UK's often overlooked Paper Recordings and Rune LindBaek. Deep, funky and groovy and a welcome addition to any late night DJ set.
posted a review of Dan Curtin And Warren Harris Present Key Of Soul - Key Of Soul. over 3 years ago
Awesome stuff by possibly England's finest deep house label. Paper brings together Harris and Curtin to deliver some deep techy house dubs with infectious melodies. So High combines bouncy synths with background vocoder singing with a definite groove, ... See full review
posted a review of Surkin - USA. over 3 years ago
Great album with a nod back to Detroit and the founders of house (i.e. Saunderson, Kevin Irving etc.) and delivered in the style of a radio show in a similar style to Three Feet High by De La. This has some average tracks, some tracks to overlook but is ... See full review
posted a review of Escort - Starlight. over 3 years ago
Head for the Darshan Jesrani dub for 7 minutes of booty-shaking disco funk that will rock any dancefloor. Featuring on Greg Wilsons' Credit To the Edit vol. 2, this is further proof that disco never died. Infectious wah-wah, simple chorus and all-round ... See full review
posted a review of Charles Webster - Defected Presents Charles Webster EP1. over 3 years ago
Well worth splashing out on this 1st release from the Defected Presents compilation for the essential Matthew Herbert classic Doctor Rockit which, with the Charles Webster Remix, transports you to a parisien streetside cafe and slaps you round the face ... See full review
posted a review of Warren Harris / Hanna - Time Hotel. over 3 years ago
Cottage is a seminal laid-back track that just gives you a good-feeling and is one of the best deep house records from Warren Harris in my opinion, better than his Paper works anyway. Features on Charles Webster's 'Defected Presents...' and is a perfect ... See full review
posted a review of Rebecca Pidgeon - Learn To Pray. over 3 years ago
Ultra-collectable deep house classic!! Scottish pop pidgeon Rebecca gets a deep house makover by an on-form Chuck Webster in one of the highlights of his career so far. Deep, sexy and building dub mix in the Naked Music style that will stand the test of ... See full review
posted a review of Orange Juice (3) - Rip It Up. over 3 years ago
Essential album and 'rip it up' is a big Manchester classic found on numerous Hacienda compilations. The rest of the album is pale in comparison but the sheer balearic brilliance of the title track deserves most of the credit and is heard here in ... See full review
posted a review of Chris Nazuka - Experience. over 3 years ago
Deep driving moody bassline and powerful melodic synths with a rhythmic repetitive echoing vocal, absolutely essential DL Carter production and one of the best from the Rob Mello/Classic records stable. Ultra-listenable deep house gear.
posted a review of Lee Douglas - OurSong 99. over 3 years ago
This is an absolutely essential piece of modern disco with a flawlessly addictive rhythm and a killer bassline. Over the full 12 minutes its a building groove that doesnt let up and must be heard in this original extended format to get the full benefit. ... See full review
posted a review of Saint Etienne Versus Faze Action - Sylvie. over 3 years ago
Cracking little remix by Faze Action that still retains the character from the original artist and release. Ten minutes of groove on the A Side that will stand the test of time in the deep house stakes.
posted a review of Various - Communiqué - Singles & Signals. over 3 years ago
An absolutely superb compilation showcasing the best in Detroit/UK house from the era. Kev saunderson, Juan Atkins, Carl Craig, Justin Robertson, Salt City to name but a few. Timeless techno, house and breakbeat sounds. My copy has sides A and B labels ... See full review
posted a review of Anthony And The Camp - What I Like. over 3 years ago
The inspiration behind Tensnake's Coma Cat and just another example of why John Jellybean Benitez was so respected - absolute gem of a record and well underrated classic!
posted a review of Liquid Measure Featuring Jocelyn Brown - Take Me Up. over 3 years ago
Maurice Fultons Dr. Scratch Remix is a superb breakbeat workout using Jocelyn's powerful voice in full effect 'I just wanna go up...cos I feel real good...'

Guaranteed floorfiller!
posted a review of Various - Rob Olson's Chicago Jackbeat Vol Two. over 3 years ago
Great early jacking stuff that's timeless, especially the kevin Irving (RIP) and Denise Motto cuts - awesome well-produced house that will never fade out.
posted a review of Casanova's Revenge - Let's Work. over 3 years ago
Top early deconstruction stuff
posted a review of Trackheadz - My Love. over 3 years ago
This Kaje/Nick Holder produced track is a grat example of classy deep house and features on the Cielo - Paradizo compilation and. for me, really epitomises that classy production sound of so much of NYs house music.
posted a review of Sister Sledge - Lost In Music. over 3 years ago
This special remix is absolutely awesome and prolongs the best bits of the original disco mix by highlighting the intensely catchy Sledge vocal and the bass and riff from Rodgers himself. Some of Rodgers productions have been a bit sketchy when on his ... See full review
posted a comment on Donna Rouge - Sad Song. over 3 years ago
Accapella used extensively by Mike Pickering for Hacienda Nude Nights in 88, particualrly over the top of the extended mix of Carli Simon's 'Why'. Captured on various live recordings.
posted a comment on Paper Recordings. over 3 years ago
Oh i'd just like to add that it still mystifies me how they can have a thoroughly classy underground New York sound to their productions on Paper when they hail from Stockport. Baffling.
posted a review of Paper Recordings. over 3 years ago
On the mix CD that accompanies the splinter compilation (papCD02), the 'secret messages' up to 38 are read out by the windows speech tool during the mix (around 40 minutes in). In typical Paper Recordings fashion, there is also a spelling mistake that ... See full review
posted a review of Tony D. over 5 years ago
Tony D was a very under-rated producer who was responsible for producing dubby, chunky beats and moody rhythms. His Central J Parlay EP epitomised the Grand Central sound and many influential UK acts have grown from it. Well worth catching up on his ... See full review
posted a review of Stephanie Mills - All Day, All Night. over 7 years ago
An absolute Def Mix classic here. Take the excellent vocals of a soul/disco legend and add the phenomenal remix skills of the legendary David Morales and you have this slow-paced, driving bassline beauty. Sublime programming and percussion from Morales ... See full review
posted a review of The League Unlimited Orchestra - Love And Dancing. over 7 years ago
Just utterly brilliant production from Martin Rushent on this album. On a par with the great Trevor Horn, Rushent delivers the Human League sounds in their purest unadulterated electronic forms. He's stripped out all the chart pop shit and created a ... See full review
posted a review of X-Press 2 - Kill 100. over 7 years ago
Carl Craig returns to pure acid darkness with this tremendously deep remix. I heard him play this at Sankeys and believe me it is a real building acid groove that just takes over you and puts you in a trance with sound-clashing cymbals and monotone ... See full review
posted a review of Various - The Garage Sound Of Deepest New York. over 7 years ago
Amazing compilation of late 80s house music from the label that brought you most of the good garage stuff. Just as house was becoming mainstream and making nights in the UK popular (Nude, Hot, Shoom), this compilation showcased some of the deeper stuff ... See full review
posted a review of Oneness Of Juju - Every Way But Loose. over 7 years ago
A Paradise Garage classic the chanting vocals and infectious bassline give an unbeatable groove. Championed and later extended by Larry Levan to eight and a half minutes, this original release is just as good, and in some ways gets to the catchy chorus a ... See full review
posted a review of Kenny "Dope"* Presents The Bucketheads - All In The Mind. over 7 years ago
Apparently produced in a single weekend as a parody of the Euro-dance of the early 90s, this Kenny Dope album does not get the credit it deserves. Listening to the Kenny Dope Choice Album on Azuli you see where he gets 90% of the material for this album, ... See full review
posted a review of Coldcut - Autumn Leaves. over 7 years ago
Essential downtempo stuff from coldcut, produced during their growing-up period. Head straight for the irresistible force mix for a powerful ambient track perfect for lying on a beach staring up at the sky. Forget Autumn, this is pure Balearic bliss.
posted a review of The System - You Are In My System / Now I Am Electric. over 7 years ago
A superb and infectious bassline drives this record into your head. Lookign a little like Michael jackson in this video, The System had plenty of success, notably with the theme to 'coming to America' with Eddie Murphy. However, this is as pure and ... See full review
posted a review of Peter Jacques Band - Welcome Back. over 7 years ago
Excellent mini-Lp from Jacques Fred Petrus, who later went on to produce some of Change's finest tracks. The pick of the bunch is the mellow and laid-back 'Mighty fine', which Def Jef's 'Just a Poet' lovingly samples. I defy anybody not to enjoy the ... See full review
posted a review of Three Kings (2) Featuring Jaygun And Bashy - Shake Dat Booty (Pal Joey Interpretation). over 7 years ago
Deep house at it's finest here as Pal Joey takes to the mixing duties and fine tunes this record into a real gem. The spoken word vocals instruct you to 'shake that booty now' and their repetitiveness perfectly compliments Joey's harmonious keys.
posted a review of Only Child - Satellites And Constellations. over 7 years ago
Excellent quality production from one half of Manchester's Unabombers, Only Child. This EP brings together the talented artists behind the Grand Central label (Rae & Christian, Kriminul, etc) at a time when it was reaching it's peak and churning out ... See full review
posted a review of Brian Transeau - The Moment Of Truth. over 7 years ago
Quality deep house from the former member of Deep Dish and the trance pioneer, BT. Subtle sax and harmonious keyboards together with some soaring female vocals - there's something for everyone on this release from the dubby to the vocal, and even a ... See full review
posted a review of Aquanote - True Love. over 7 years ago
Pretty average run-of-the-mill naked music material. If you listen to the back catalogue from this early 00's era you will find each single released of a predictable nature. You get a fairly-chugging Miguel Migs mix (with a stereo-typical Migs-pusher ... See full review
posted a review of TRIBAL America. over 8 years ago
For me, the sound that epitomised Tribal Records was first heard on Danny Tenaglia's mix compilation for DJ Magazine in 1995. This was a promotion done on Pioner CDJs, which were new at the time. It mixed all the best tribal had to offer and is totally ... See full review
posted a comment on Wink* - Higher State Of Consciousness ('96 Remixes). over 8 years ago
How can anyone disagree with this one-line review? Tch!
posted a review of The Source Feat. Candi Staton - You Got The Love. over 8 years ago
Originally a bootleg of Statons vocals over Jamie Principles ‘Your Love’, this proves a house classic, amazingly deep and emotive. The vocals give it hands-in-the-air girl appeal, whereas the deep house pedigree is more alluring to enthusiasts.
posted a review of Wink* - Higher State Of Consciousness ('96 Remixes). over 8 years ago
Dismantling and re-assembling his 303 bassline machine from Roland, Winkelman gives us this break-beat infused acid builder.
posted a review of Nerio's Dubwork meets Darryl Pandy - Sunshine & Happiness. over 8 years ago
Superb Italian filtered house revitalising the big love monster first heard on Farley Jackmaster Funk’s 'Love Cant Turn Around'. Long stabbing build-up leads to a dramatic Pandy-led vocal breakdown.
posted a review of Sueño Latino - Sueño Latino. over 8 years ago
Classic Balearic gear from Italians Stefano Roti and Stefano Righi; with a rework of Manuel Gottschings E2/E4. Beach euphoria.
posted a review of Candi Staton - Young Hearts Run Free. over 8 years ago
Bordering on hi-NRG genre, this Staton disco classic is perhaps the most well known of her releases, and the epitome of sing-along chorus.