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New Zealand disco-boogie outfit Flamingo Pier plant some Brooklyn roots with their fresh new ‘Beneath the Neon EP’ on Razor-N-Tape. Known for parties in East London and their massive hometown festival, as well as previous releases on Soundway, the Kiwi collective deliver a trio of new songs that solidify and expand their signature danceable blue-eyed indie-soul sound.

Lead off single 'How 2 Feel' shows a clubbier side of the band, with a pulsating house rhythm track and layers of angular synth stabs, vibey horn lines, and vocal chants. 'Beneath the Neon' and 'Remedy' are more familiar Flamingo Pier territory, upbeat indie disco anthems that boast incendiary vocal hooks, funky guitar work, and crisp production by Luke Walker.

Rounding out the EP are remixes by Chicago house legend Glenn Underground, and RNT co-head JKriv, whose mix features a guest appearance by Afro-boogie royalty Steve Monite.

Oozing with hazy sun, Beneath the Neon is the perfect soundtrack to soak up the dog days of summer.


A1. How 2 Feel
A2. Remedy
A3. Beneath The Neon
B1. Remedy - (GUakaCVO Stank Face Mix)
B2. Remedy Feat. Steve Monite (JKriv Disco Dub)

Southener Hiatt dB makes his debut on RNT with a 6 track mini-LP of swampy dance floor cuts. Born in Texas and based in New Orleans, Hiatt delivers a unique offering with “11pm-Til’” that bridges the gap between House, Breaks, Acid, Disco, Funk, and Boogie.

Having established his name with releases on Rhythm Section and his own Mystery Zone label, this record is his strongest musical statement yet, packed with live instrumentation, and vibrant organic productions that make for both a perfect listen and a groovy club spin!


A1. When The Night Is Right
A2. 11pm - ’Til
A3. First On The Floor
B1. Whirlwind
B2. Take The Low Roads Home
B3. Last One Dancing

Earlier in the year RNT unearthed this previously-unheard classic by Midnight Magic, from the dusty tomb where it had been buried a decade earlier (along with an army of remixes). But a tune as big as “I Found Love” has even more love to give, in the form of a quartet of exquisite dubs by Derrick Carter, Dimitri From Paris & DJ Rocca, and Perel. Complete your compendium now with these absolute essentials on luxurious 180g wax.


A1. I Found Love (Derrick Carter Dub)
A2. I Found Love ( BHQ Passion Vs. Desire Dub)
B1. I Found Love (Dimitri From Paris & DJ Rocca Dubstrumental)
B2. I Found Love (Perel Dub)

Amy Douglas delivers the goods with this fiery 7". Known to the heads as a voice and pen behind Horse Meat Disco, Roisín Murphy, and as the face of Hard Feelings (her project with Hot Chip’s Joe Goddard), Amy’s distinctive vocal swagger and songwriting talent are on full display. Co-written with and produced by RNT co-honcho JKriv, both tracks are bass heavy instant earworms, and wickedly naughty party starters.

Grab this pair of future modern disco classics, conceived by a pair of experienced dance-floor auteurs. It's already fast becoming a track you feel like you've known all your life, and that you need as a permanent fixture.


A1. Freak At Night
B1. Bit-O-Honey

The Patchouli Brothers

Patchouli Brothers Edits

Canadian diggers extraordinaires The Patchouli Brothers make their debut on Razor-N-Tape in the finest form possible, with a quartet of exceptionally tasty and soulful edit heat. Leading of with a floor-filler that brings people together in early night excitement, then onto a peak time esctatic bomb, a gospel disco chugger, and finishing with a slow roller for that end-of-night euphoria, this 12” truly has it all. In an an already storied career of flips, this standout record is the Brothers at the top of their game, and an absolute masterclass in the do’s and don’ts of the disco edit. Buy on sight!


A1. Emotional Dancing
A2. Disco 4 A Non-Nuclear Future
B1. Dance, Disco Dance
B2. Zane & Len

RNT welcomes upstart Londoner Cody Currie into the roster with the groove-heavy Movin' Smoke EP. A precociously well-developed production talent, the young producer puts his penchant for deep house sample-scapes on full display here. From the blissful lilt of the title track to the creatively crafted jazz funk of Infinity I & II through to the b-side bangers Make Love and Magic City, this record is a beautiful listen from beginning to end.


A1. Movin Smoke
A2. Infinity I & II
B1. Make Love
B2. Magic City

Underground System return to Razor-N-Tape with the Looking In EP, A 5-track offering of fresh originals and remixes.

Ranging from low-slung Balearic grooves, to driving left-field funk and urgent up-tempo backbeats, the record is a fine-tuning of the US sound, complete with their signature flute and synth soundscapes, driving percussion, and catchy offbeat vocal hooks.

On the B-side, RNT mainstays Nenor and Clive From Accounts take two of the tunes into clubbier territory, with a pair of remixes primed for the dance floor.


A1. Looking In
A2. Sleazy
A3. Your Distraction
B1. Sleazy - (Nenor Remix)
B2. Looking In - (Clive From Accounts Remix)

Following on 2021’s massive reboot of Midnight Magic’s seminal classic Beam Me Up, Razor-N-Tape have now unearthed a bit of NYC indie disco history with 'I Found Love.'

Although recorded over 10 years ago in Midnight Magic’s nascent early period that produced many of their legendary hits, the song never received an official release; until now it has been heard only by select ears and lucky concert-goers. The package comes with a grip of luminous remixes by Dimitri From Paris & DJ Rocca, Sophie Lloyd, Perel, some solicited at the time of recording and some brand new, but all exceptionally fresh!

“'I Found Love' was recorded in a fever on the heels of releasing 'Beam Me Up' New York dance music wizard Tommie Sunshine approached us about a co-write saying we should go as big as possible. So we did, it is one of our all time favorite vocal performances from our singer, Tiffany Roth. We had big plans, too, for a release but nothing quite felt right until meeting the Razor N Tape crew almost a decade later. Finally the stage is set, the lights are on, and we're ready. This song is very special to us because it is the last unreleased recording of our original lineup. We dedicate its release to our late bandmates Andrew Frawley and Jason Disu.”


A1.  Perel Remix
A2.  Original Version
B1.  Dimitri From Paris & DJ Rocca Erodiscotique Remix
B2.  Sophie Lloyd Remix

NYC leftfield disco darlings Phenomenal Handclap Band made their first appearance on RNT by way of a collab with JKriv in 2022, and now they return for an offering all their own, the Burning Bridges EP.

The title track juxtaposes riffy guitar driven funk with plaintive vocals that smack of 1970s Heart in the best way, and Prins Thomas turns the tempo knob up a few clicks and launches into an extended interstellar excursion with his remix.

On the B side the cinematic slow burner ‘It Was The Summer’ begins sparse and hazy and builds to driving peak of backbeat rhythm and an insistent vocal soliloquy. Each Other (Justin Strauss & Max Pask) then take the tune straight the rave with arpeggiated and acidic synths, recasting the haunting vocals as a modern New Wave anthem.


A1. Burning Bridges (Prins Thomas Diskomiks)
A2. Burning Bridges
B1. It Was The Summer (Each Other Remix)
B2. It Was The Summer

RNT brings the heat for their 2nd outing in their Family Affair compilation series, representing both their ever-expanding RNT menage, as well as their tight knit musical nuclear fam.

Side A welcomes two seasoned producers to the catalog for the first time: Red Axes with their flip of fellow Israeli Nenor’s banger 'Do You Remember', and Chicago legend Boo Williams comes correct with 'Besty Smith', characteristically bumping and soulful.

OG RNT artist Frank Booker delivers his classic sampley deep sound with 'Time Won’t Tell', and Underground System’s Peter Matson takes JKriv’s 'Something Else' in a synthy and modern electro disco direction to round out the B side. Aural hugs all around in this fam jam!


A1. Nenor - Do You Remember (Red Axes Remix)
A2. Boo Williams - Besty Smith
B1. Frank Booker - Time Won’t Tell
B2. JKriv - Something Else (Peter Matson Remix)

Everyone’s favourite Israeli digger is back for another round of gloriously rare edit heat on RNT!

‘Baila’ gets the party started with infectious flamenco chants and claps over a churning acidic groove, and ‘Disco Hummus’ rounds out the side with a bit of joyful disco cheek.

On the flip, ‘Sun’ turns an unlikely cover of a classic into an Afro Disco banger, and ‘Simba’ rumbles and rolls with restraint toward a hypnotic peak of brass and vocals.

Elado has done it again…Mazel Tov!


A1. Baila
A2. Disco Hummus
B1. Sun
B2. Simba

Kan Sano

Everybody Loves / Music Overflow


    Razor-n-Tape present a special 7 inch release featuring Japanese artist Kan Sano with a cover version of the Roy Ayres classic.


    A. Everybody Loves The Sunshine
    B. Music Overflow

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