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Chances are you've already heard this track being played by Zip or Riccardo; It's been causing some damage on the dancefloor for almost a year now. And now it's finally available on wax.

One sided 180g vinyl with a hand stamped label.

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Fourth in this EEE series, following three outrageously good and well received records to date, sees another one-sided, hand-stamped bomb. The artist behind it, as always, is being kept under wraps but there's no hiding the fact that this is some seriously heavyweight club ready business. Pressed on 180g Vinyl.

Adelphi Music Factory

Javelin

2018. What the fuck is going on?

Hatred uprising, the resistance growing.

Adelphi Music Factory: musical brothers.

Javelin: A gospel piano weapon filled with love.

Brotherhood. Sisterhood. Freedom. Peace.


Three midnight rollers supplied by the mysterious Guy Incognito, complete with shuffling percussion, lo-fi echoed vocal snippets and soaring pads, tied together with dynamic basslines.
As atmospheric, ethereal and incognito as you like. And yes, thiese tracks do wonder on the dancefloor. This is peak time DJ weaponry. Mass destruction? Possibly no but hey.. close enough it is, 'I Think I Need You In My Life' is infectious and driving. Supagood. Supa danceable.  
But hey fellas. it is not all about going mad on the dancefloor. we can also go deep. For that, flip this naughty boy and you will have a good example of deep house with class. That is what 'Swept Under' is all about. Closing the act is another deep house number with delicate piano keys. A truly outstanding 12". I am getting a copy myself. 

STAFF COMMENTS

Sil says: Yo yo yo... this is deliciously good house, deep and uptempo too. Crowd can potentially adore you when you drop 'I Think I Need You In My life'. You and I need this!

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Unknown - Unknown. No info, no cover. nothing. But as soon the vocals kick in, you know this is a Depeche Mode track. Pay close attention to the intricate development of the beat, and things start to sound familiar. This is minimal, this is house, this is a minimal house remix of a Depeche track likely by the daddy of the daddies, Ricardo Villalobos, who after two odd decades now, still cuts it.

Expect a lecture on highly curated production on this 12". The Depeche vocals are as captivating as always and the Villalobos treatment greatly enhances the original. This is a must have and will fly as soon as we get it. LImited copies so be quick!

12 Inch 180g, one sided, white label,  handstamped, limited, vinyl only. It ticks all the boxes of a highly desirable piece of wax.

STAFF COMMENTS

Sil says: Huge huge huge edit for Depeche Mode from no other than true to form Ricardo Villalobos. Truly good. Buy on sight. Highly limited.

Mega white label business here as Bobby Konders seminal tracks "The Poem" & "Nervous Acid" as bolstered with three other doozies from the producers impressive catalogue. The very epitome of deep house, "The Poem" pairs a steady but devastating bassline to a glorious palette of instrumentation - flutes, pads, strings and keys all joining in harmony to create a sublime piece of deep house heaven. Both the original and dub version are included here and both are mind blowing - a high point of house music history and reason enough to buy this 12" alone. Keep paying attention though as "Nervous Acid", another anthem from Konder's vaults sees off the A-side in rabid, rave gremlin acid mode bursting with sherm-stick fuelled acid, a proto-house rhythmic foundation and yet another impeccable B-line from Bobby. Fuck me I'd forgot how good this sounds! Onto side B and "Let There Be House" keeps us in the jacking zone while "Massai Woman" dishes out some truly mesmerizing late night, smoked out haus. Completing the pack is the tribal chant meets nagging acid of "Dub Massai Style" a brilliantly dark voodoo workout with vintage drums, tb-303 and expertly placed vocal chanting. Six belters from Bobby Konders all on one twelve and sounding ace! You need this!

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TGNTL - Alessandro Adriani Remix

Upfront single sided white label release of this edit / rework of a true underground nugget (Lata Ramasar's "The Greatest Name That Lives') - courtesy of Mannequin Record's Alessandro Adriani. Did you like the Vin Sol edit of Sade? What about the Ilo edit of New Musik's "Warp"? Then this should definitely be up your strasse. Currently doing damage at day-night long bunker raves in Belgium and Germany, this is the highly narcotic, tension-fuelled side of the techno / house cannon that causes people to truly lose their shit out in the field. A rampant snare line that'd make Plastikman jealous, fizzing leads and voodoo banshee vox. Made with pitch black club in mind, this is one of those secret weapons you'll find all the best players drawing out of their arsenal late, late, late on into the session. Mind-bending tackle - recommended. 


STAFF COMMENTS

Patrick says: Now with a bonus B-side mix of Lata's other Indian electrowave heater 'Hiway Xpress', this white labelled bomb from Mannequin man Alessandro Adriani is likely to fly just as fast as the first pressing. Going...going...

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Pleasuredome - Soul Mekanik Remix

This remix came about as when Danny (Mekanik) and Kelvin (Andrews) were working in SARM studios with Trevor Horn on the most recent Robbie Williams album. By coincidence the management there were working on a Frankie Goes to Hollywood 'Best of’ and were commissioning remixes. Being fans (who isn’t?), Danny and Kelvin got right on it and made this very subtle rework of "Welcome To The Pleasuredome". Mainly following the original version’s structure and instrumentation, the changes are in the detail of the arrangement and a very deftly added dose of ‘oomph’ (technical term), turning a seminal record into a surefire dancefloor bomb. People go bonkers when this is played out - after all, everyone loves a bit of 80s don't they.

Their remix ended up being finished a bit late (what with them being in the middle of working on Robbie’s album) and not getting delivered on time, but, it is kind of brilliant. It’s a shame to keep it locked up, so here's a crafty white label version for all us vinyl junkies.

Ebony & Ivory

Blow Dem Away / Fraud

Two nice young men dropped into the shop over the weekend with their UK garage (or whatever we're calling it these days!) white label, which I present to you here. Both sides feature rough digital beats with fat bassline punches, topped off by strong MCing by Ivory. Not to be confused with Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder!


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