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1. Cassius - The Sound Of Violence (Franco Cinelli Version)

  • Published: 2011-08-13T21:26:47Z
  • By elkoo
Cassius - The Sound Of Violence (Franco Cinelli Version)

Excellent 2x12 Remix Package with Hot Remixes from LUCIANO, Franco Cinello, Aeroplane

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2. Sound Stream - Julie's Theme

  • Published: 2013-01-09T19:38:33Z
  • By elkoo
Sound Stream - Julie's Theme

The infamous Sound Stream return with just their sixth release to date (granted, they've churned out loads of stuff through their other guises). I have to confess, its usually the Sound Stream stuff that gets me the most - its subtle, organic sample usage and club friendly arrangement. Anyway, they're always highly sought after slabs of wax and come with that Hardwax guarantee of heavy fidelity pressing. "Julie's Theme" kicks of and is a druggy slab of manipulated disco loops, tearing beats and heavily delays drums. The stuttering grain delays will cause ripples of energy soaring through the club while the tough hand claps and pummeling kick will keep you locked down. The melodious elements are slowly introduced towards the end, giving a lovely tension and release as the heavy drums give way to blissful, floaty melodies that offer a lovely refrain after the aggressive grooves. On the flip we get a more straight-up disco / house jaunt. Beginning with head-turning air raid sirens (always one of my favourite effects) accompanying a live, chugging 4/4 disco beat its not long before an absolutely huge meandering bassline comes in which is gonna get people bursting around the floor pulling shapes like no-bodies business. This is proper peaktime disco house people, and you better be prepared for the esxplosion of energy you're gonna unleash when this drops. Play this around 1Am whne the floor is full and see it turn into a fully fledged mosh pit. Ideal. Move fast.... these Sound Steam records don't hang arond long....

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3. Soundstream - Just Around

  • Published: 2012-07-12T17:34:38Z
  • By elkoo
Soundstream - Just Around

One of the most magical & original House projects of recent times w/ deep roots in classic Chicago House offers its multiple facets on one EP - Essential Must Have!

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4. Tensnake - Congolal (original mix - exclusive track)

  • Published: 2011-06-18T16:18:18Z
  • By elkoo
Tensnake - Congolal (original mix - exclusive track)

Review: Say what you like about Marco 'Tensnake' Niemerski, but the boy certainly knows how to craft hook-laden dancefloor bangers. Since striking gold with the ubiquitous "Coma Cat", the German producer has laid down all manner of hands-in-the-air remixes - most boasting a delightful blend of old skool house flava and electronic disco sassiness. "Something About You" continues this theme, mixing 80s Fairlight stabs, sparkling piano riffs and hooky vocal samples with a chunky retro-house groove to impressive effect. Simian Mobile Disco man Jas Shaw offers a similarly acid house/Inner City-themed remake, whilst bonus cut "Congolal" slows the pace in a Balearic house style. Big!

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5. Pional - Where Eagles Dare

  • Published: 2011-06-13T13:36:26Z
  • By elkoo
Pional - Where Eagles Dare

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7. Jovonn - Keep On Dancin'

  • Published: 2013-04-28T17:08:31Z
  • By elkoo
Jovonn - Keep On Dancin'

Jovonn ‎– Pitch Black EP Next Moov Traxx ‎– NMT001 1999

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8. Jump Cutz (Volume Five) - Deep Introspection

  • Published: 2012-12-07T18:29:59Z
  • By elkoo
Jump Cutz (Volume Five) - Deep Introspection

Jump Cutz (aka Robert Mello & Zaki Dee) - Jump Cutz Volume Five - 1995 Luxury Service Records - JUMP 005

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9. Linkwood Family - Miles Away

  • Published: 2011-01-11T08:54:01Z
  • By elkoo
Linkwood Family - Miles Away

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11. Double Hill & Jerome C. - Blue Sky Holiday

  • Published: 2011-11-16T19:33:41Z
  • By elkoo
Double Hill & Jerome C. - Blue Sky Holiday

Double Hill & Jerome C - I Need Love EP Label: Double Standard Cat no: DS10 Web: www.doublestandardrecords.com Distribution: Word and Sound Released: Mon Nov 21st, 2011 Rippling with slow-paced funk and with starry-eyed soul, Double Hill returns to Gadi Mizrahi’s vinyl only imprint Double Standard this time with fellow Israeli and co-producer Jerome C for the stellar ‘I Need Love EP’. Title track ‘I Need Love’ sets the pace with a sensual swing and super funky feeling of the guitar laced with threads of soulful hip hop, cosmic sparks and the passionate, yearning vocal that recurs throughout. Keeping up the laidback tempo, ‘Blue Sky Holiday’ perfectly captures the sublime feeling of escape with the distinctive female vocals sweeping across warm pads to the gentle flow of beats, wood blocks and solid claps. ‘A Little More’ is a lesson in restrained cosmic funk, reminiscent of a forgotten vintage classic. The chugging groove is punctuated by the rhythm of a resonating voice and the whole mood oozes sex appeal. Closing the EP and picking up the pace a little, ‘This Pain’ is a deep house gem that rolls over warm sonic waves and melodic bassline beats. Electronic pools of water merge with dubby atmospherics and the latent rise of soaring string pads builds emotive intensity as the simple message “love is the answer” is carried through penetrating, soulful tones. Hailing from Israel, Double Hill creates music with a sumptuous mixture of house, disco, funk, and hip-hop. The suburb he lives in now, ‘Givatayim’ in Hebrew meaning ‘two hills’ in English is where he started to make music at the age of 16 and the inspiration behind the name. Taking an individual approach, music production quickly became an obsession and the staple part of his life. After 3 years of travelling in Asia, he returned to Israel and decided to go deeper into the spiritual life and moved to a Hasidic yeshiva in the north of Israel, once again dedicating his free time to making music. At the end of 2009, he moved back to the small suburb near Tel Aviv and further developed his musical side and studio full of old vintage machines. This is his second release for Double Standard after the blissful ‘Purple Hills EP’ out earlier this year. Jerome C was born and raised at Haifa City Port in Israel. His music love affair began at the early age of 13, when he received an electric guitar for his bar mitzvah. That’s all it took for him to kick-start his music career as he started playing in different bands, spending most of his time in recording studios. In 2003, Jerome moved to London and began DJing and producing electronic music. Also a fan of vintage gear, Jerome is always looking to achieve his own version of that special analog sound. Moving back to Tel Aviv in 2009, Jerome became a well- known producer in the rock industry but making electronic music remains a deep passion.

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12. Eddie C - We Need We

  • Published: 2011-04-18T11:56:12Z
  • By elkoo
Eddie C - We Need We

This is 2nd single cut from the debut album "Parts Unknown" which will be released on 28 March 2011. "We Need We" on a1, this track is lovely soulful tune which remind Minnie Ripperton or Dennis Williams. "Space Shuttle" The mid part of a trilogy of vinyl drops to accompany Parts Unknown, Eddie C's CD only album for Endless Flight, commences with the heavy soul stylings of "We Need We". Record buyers of a certain vintage will be expecting Minnie Ripperton to launch into "Black Gold Of The Sun" such is the similarity of the opening bars! There's a definite Rotary Connection vibe running through the track and it's backed with typically crunchy percussive touches from the Banff resident. This is complemented by the Norsedelic cosmiche bump of "Space Shuffle" which wouldn't sound out of place on Internasjonal. On the flip "Deepa" provides one of the most upwardly mobile moments from Parts Unknown with the crisp uptempo percussive strut underlined by a constantly building rhythmic momentum. The burning soul moog beatdown of "Listenin", delivered at head nod tempo, only serves notice of the Canadian's versatility. - http://www.juno.co.uk/products/420853-01.htm

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13. Andy Ash - Freak

  • Published: 2011-01-11T10:20:18Z
  • By elkoo
Andy Ash - Freak

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14. I:Cube - Le Rocher Aux Singes

  • Published: 2012-05-31T17:33:13Z
  • By elkoo
I:Cube - Le Rocher Aux Singes

Review: The new I:Cube album is a rapid-fire collection of tracks woven together (there's a clue in that title you know) which takes the manner of a live set. The idea is essentially to bring the dance music album back to its raison d'etre, the dancefloor. To keep things interesting, the tracks are whipped through with a wonderful irreverence, as cheeky radio interludes and impulsive switch-ups keep things from staying too formulaic. Rather than some vision of a smooth, linear DJ set, this album instead takes the stance of creating pleasure through disorientation. Mr Chaix is a master of alluring grooves, and he uses that gift to really mess with your head when he changes tack, as between the edgy bleeps of "Y.O.U.R.O.C.K." and the light-hearted disco stomper "Get The Fever". Those surprise moves keep you engaged through all 23 tracks of this joyous beast. Chaix's lack of pretension is one of his greatest strengths; the I:Cube way is a direct and satisfying one. At no point is it cheesy or hackneyed, but it never tries to be too clever for its own good. With a live feel to match that immediacy, the "M" Megamix is a triumphant statement of what a dance music album should feel like. It might not be a comprehensive answer, but it certainly puts paid to all those "collection of singles" efforts out there.

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15. elkoo

  • Published: 2017-12-12T20:38:08Z
  • By Kaan Kan
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