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It's a Detroit via Sheffield connection on the latest Whiskey Disco as Motor City's Pointchartrain joins forces with the Steel City's ThatManMonkz for quad-pronged attack of new disco-house and bumpety slo-mo grooves.

It's inimitably Whiskey Disco through and through, contrasting rich musicality with sound system dynamics and mastering. The label have been soundtracking the tastier side of bar music across MCR and beyond for well over a decade and this latest offering doesn't let up on high quality, easily-digestible grooves for both the floors, coffee tables, BBQs and terraces, with both producers adapting to the format in inventive ways.

Can't help feeling that both producers are looking towards the warmer seasons on this release as all four tracks exude a natural radiance, led by bright brass and funky, palm-muted guitar parts; it's the very epitome of dancing around a leafy lawn in the southern suburbs with an Aperol spritz in your hand and Wet Play's Swayward on the 1s n 2s. Grab yer favourite shorts n shades combo and come join the fun!


Alex Zuiev hails from the coastal Ukraine city of Mariupol. His crisp drums and layered synths complement beautiful and obscure samples on his first EP for Whiskey Disco.

From the party vibes of 'Trenitalia' to the psychedelic flourishes of 'Flying Objects' and the booty-shaking groove of 'Soul Fire', while this is first EP, we really hope it's not the last! These are surprisingly good edits that work wonders on the dancefloor, at home, on your mp3 player and of course on the radio. Disco of the highest caliber which is varied, nicely touched and fresh. This is not average or plagued with dross. This will make you dance!

STAFF COMMENTS

Sil says: Terribly funky and incredibly fresh. Edits with an edge on this Whiskey Disco instalment. Flute ahoy on 'Flying Objects' make this cut essential on any disco set. Zuiev does an excellent job at revisiting other people's music.

After the runaway success of the massive "Baltic Beaches EP", a surefire summer slammer if ever I've heard one, Whiskey Disco deliver the second instalment of their Small Batch series, "Make Your Day". Continuing the theme of summer weather, water sports and seaside festivals, the label enlist the editing talents of Derek Kaye, Sandrobianchi & Tripman, Rabo & Snob and Love Drop to deliver four choice cuts of feel good disco action. First up to the plate is A&R Disco man Derek Kaye, who treats us to a tasty reheat of Earth, Wind and Fire's feel good groover "Sing A Song". Boasting loops a plenty, excellent EQ use, reinforced percussion and a beefy boogie bass, this one should have the whole room beaming from ear to ear. If Derek's letting the champagne flow, then Spaniards Sandrobianchi & Tripman serve the strawberry garnish with a whoosing, swooshing, spaced out version of Shuggie's killer calling card. A bubbling bass sequence slips a little extra fuel in the engine, while solar sine waves weave their cosmic magic on our humanoid brains. Now over we go and Israeli duo Rabo & Snob take the controls, powering through the peak time with a phat synth funk bomb beamed forward in time from 1981. Upping the ante on Carol Williams' 1981 Vanguard gem "No One Can Do It", the upwardly mobile production outfit extend the instrumental breaks and arms-aloft chorus while ditching the verses to create a true disco powerhouse. Finally Love Drop enters the fray with a super smooth disco-jazz rerub awash with mind expanding fusion keys, soprano vocals and a "Off The Wall" styled groove perfect for the loose and limber end of the evening. 



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