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The Bobby Moore Release - Inc. Coyote, Tiago & Dawn Again Remixes

In the week when West Ham's travelling fans were met with tribute t-shirts at Anfield, parallel scouse institution Rothmans mark the 25th anniversary of Bobby Moore's death with an EP from local legend Neil Diablo. While Neil's never lifted the world cup, tackled Pele or made 90 appearances as England captain, he does hold the Piccadilly Record for most 12" bangers and longest lunch break. As you'd expect from one legend paying tribute to another, Neil knocks this fucker out of the park, delivering a deep and ravey cut somewhere between acid, house disco and boogie. The wallshaking bass and taut 909's lend the cut a vintage R&S feel, warm vamps suggest a little West End uplift, while blaring sirens and a killer drop bring the same pilled up euphoria as the recent DJ Absolutely Shit 12". Mega vibes and dancefloor insanity guaranteed.  And what we can we say about his team mates . Coyote , Tiago & Dawn Again on the same record ??!! yes please !!!. The Coyote boys dont mess around at all .Straight into a ravey , sweeping banger. Teasing balaerica but keepng it a fully loaded dance floor bomb. Tiago does what Tiago does . His signiture sunshine vibe oozing out of the track from start to finish . The drums are something to behold and the piano riff drop packs a real punch. And last but not least our mate from Melbourne Dawn Again tears up the track and brings us a classic weird re-triangluation in true banging Dawn Again fashion. Big record from team Rothmans for their 15th release!


Patrick says: DJ hero Neil Diablo makes a loan appearance on Rothmans with an A-grade banger. A bit ravey, but with the kind of discoid groove we expect from ND, "Berwuda" is a guaranteed club banger. Chuck in respectable performances from subs Coyote, Tiago and Dawn Again and you've got a great release.

Finally! The Pele trump card crops up on the Rothmans label! This iconic power play sees Rothmans himself team up once more with Aussie team mate Dawn Again, joined by Leeds' troubadour Clandestino. "Cobble Jam" is sprawling and expansive - a typical arrangement favoured by the squad and here containing coastal acid licks, fluttering percussion and undulating pads for a late night Adriatic cruiser. "Woman For A Day" sees delicately posed patterns riding rigid drums, with the pair toying with 12-step sequences over 4/4 drums, resulting in some interesting triplet rhythms. Clandestino takes the track out into the desert for an intrepid and thorough exploration; unhurried and highly textured, decorated beautifully with sparse piano notes and bubbling toms. It's another gold cup from the Rothmans all-stars. 

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