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G. Markus

G-Edits #5

G. Markus - recently revealed as Ben Gomori of Monologues Records and Sterns Edits - returns with the fifth volume of his vinyl-only edits series: G-Edits.

"Lifted" is a roughly chopped and hard bumping gospel-house edit; cleverly slicing those buoyant vocal passages into a raucous, arm-raising peak timer tied to a gritty, no-nonsense beat.

Flip it over and "Panties" hits you with a wobbly party jam that samples Jackson Jones' 1981 wigged-out disco prototype "I Feel Good / Put Your Pants On". Full of phazing guitar licks, fizzing hats and funked out space bass this is a proper leftfield disco classic that's not had too much attention over the years but always goes down a storm.

Two killer edits once again from the G-Edits camp!


G Markus

G-Edits #4

The long-awaited Volume 4 in the G-Edits series from G. Markus, here to spill drink, induce table dancing and overall rambunctiousness to your all night tropical dance party!

"Eternal" sees one of those CLASSIC disco chord progressions garnished beautifully with electric guitar solo and big bolshy brass for the kinda of disco-ball spiraling madness that used to characterize El Diablo's parties at MCR's Deaf Institute.

"Partee" concludes with another number that'll easily find home any number of Manchester's celebrated knees ups. With a smattering of French touch filter use, catchy vox and a hook that'd make Roule jealous, the track gives new house stables like Shir Khan and Me Me Me and Mister Saturday Nite a run for their money... check!



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