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Pontchartrain

Hard Love Edits

Repress of this infamous 7" from 2015, originally released for RSD and becoming a highly desired nugget for the slo-mo disco scene. Detroit's own Pontchartrain turning out two incredibly well constructed edits that give Late Niite Tuff Guy more than a run for his money! Both edits glide in on a serene wave, emphasizing their coastal flair across a sub 115bpm groove that's tailor made for sun-kissed days lounging and loving across the beach terraces.

Sounding better than ever on super high quality 45 RPM 7" with a normal 12" hole hand-stamped in Detroit by Peter Croce and friends. 


After a couple years behind the scenes label boss Peter Croce (aka Mr. PC) is back in the production seat to release 3 of his most prized edits with a message. First up is “Life Is A Circle”, a peak hour Philadelphia Disco classic, remastered and extended in all the right places for maximum ecstatic dance floor use. Rounding out the A side is “What Can I Do For You?”, a Gallery-era R&B proto-disco cut with a massive drum break that never got the 12” treatment that it deserved until now. On the flip Peter delivers some dance floor meditation, complete with tons of drums and dub poetry for the heads that dream of a better day. These 3 have been tried and tested on dance floors from Detroit to Chicago and London to Paris, and Rocksteady Disco now puts the power in your mitts. Vinyl only, and hand-stamped by Mr. PC himself.

STAFF COMMENTS

Patrick says: Proper thumpin', bumpin' disco bizznizz here on this edit outing from Peter Croce, led by a mega version of Teddy P's chest beating, heads down, hands aloft bomb 'Life Is A Circle' - pure class this one!

Peter Croce takes the reins of his own horse here, guiding Rocksteady Disco's 9th release steadily into house music's stables for some barn dancing, hay swinging fun.

Al Hudson's "Spread Love" seems as good a place to start any all nite discotheque, so Peter's handily kicked things off with a tasteful cut n splice of this celebratory disco staple.

"Maracatu Detroit" steers things in a more tropical house direction, a bustling number with plenty of live instruments contained within it's both playful and musically accomplished in equal measure, displaying jazzy inflections alongside a rambunctious house rhythm section.

Me and Barry thought "Bufe Bufe" might a tribute to everyone's psychedelic toad, but maybe that's just us... Anyway it's a highly spiritual, really quite enchanted afro-house number with rolling congas sections, evocative vocal chorus and a highly poised aesthetic. It's the kinda track Joe Claussell or Osunlade might well change your life with when your practicing in house music's church, Body & Soul on a Sunday afternoon (... or indeed, if you're using more chemical means to achieve spiritual enlightenment at any of the UK's house music, ahem, 'churches' - ed). 



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