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Yeti Fofa (The Joaquin Joe Claussell Remixes)
Ngunga Yeti Fofa (Joaquin Joe Claussell's Cosmic Arts dub) (13:28)
Ngunga Yeti Fofa (Joaquin Joe Claussell's Sacred dance remixed version) (11:29)
 in stock HK$154.46
La Guitarra (remixes) (Rune Lindbaek, Danilo Braca)
La Guitarra (4:55)
La Guitarra (dub) (5:21)
La Guitarra (Rune Lindbaek Pikes mix) (4:51)
La Guitarra (Danilo Braca Deep In Brooklyn remix) (10:17)
Review: Ibiza legend and all round well respected industry man Chris Coco is back with more of his seaside sounds. This time his Mediterranean magic is cast over 'La Guitarra' which as the title hints has Flamenco style acoustics with tropical house drums and heartfelt synths. There is a pair backed and delicious dub also, and then modern disco don Rune Lindbaek comes through with a mesmeric take that is laidback and lush in its design. Last of all is Daniel Braca with a Deep In Brooklyn remix thing brings some fine Latin house styles.
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 in stock HK$91.53
Around The Sun Part 2
Around The Sun Part 2 (limited 2xLP)
Cat: ML 9019BLACK. Rel: 05 Jun 23
Were Drowning (9:51)
Tekjazz (6:37)
Love To You (5:26)
Country Rhodes (4:54)
Touch Of Love (5:23)
Rustling Leaves (5:05)
The Icy Air Of Night (5:51)
Invisible (4:06)
Forcefield (4:58)
Supa Kool (4:08)
Review: Larry Heard once said that he stumped upon his trademark dusty deep house sound rather by mistake - he was simply trying to recreate the instrumental disco of his childhood on the limited machinery he had available at the time. Either way, he went on to explore and exploit its most spiritual and spine-tinging aspects across a faultless discography that often looks to the cosmos for inspiration. That is true of this second volume of his Around The Sun album on his own Alleviated Records. It's another fine showcase of Chicago house, deep house, jazz and r&b that is utterly timeless.
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 in stock HK$223.64
Divine Harmonics Part 2
Divine Harmonics Part 2 (hand-numbered hand-stamped 1-sided coloured vinyl 12" limited to 150 copies (comes in different coloured vinyl, we cannot guarantee which colour you will receive)) (1 per customer)
Cat: SORA 00SP1. Rel: 05 Jun 23
Divine Harmonics Two (12:56)
 in stock HK$479.68
Hard Times
Cat: FXHE OD2. Rel: 30 May 23
Hard Times (Omar S mix) (6:02)
Hard Times (instrumental) (6:01)
Hard Times (Johnny Jewel vocal mix) (6:02)
Review: Detroit legend Omar S returns this week on his always different but always unmissable FXHE label with the bouncy and neon-lit groove of 'Hard Times', which sees him collaborate once again with Megan Louise of Canadian outfit Desire (Italians Do It Better) on vocals. The original comes backed with a handy instrumental mix and a dreamy, plus an evocative rework by IDIB chief Johnny Jewel over on the flip.
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 in stock HK$138.17
Balance 031
Balance 031 (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BAL 030LP. Rel: 02 Jun 23
Underworld - "Two Months Off" (Tim Green remix) (11:12)
Tim Green - "Time Doesn't Have To Heal" (6:02)
Sebastien Leger & Tim Green - "Duel" (9:36)
Tim Green - "It's Only Lightning" (8:21)
Tim Green - "Eteri" (8:37)
Tim Green - "Monster It" (8:33)
Tim Green - "Citron" (9:57)
Ranta - "Valor" (7:51)
Review: Just as it says on the tin, Balance Music presents a stunning mix by Tim Green, a prolific artist and DJ, with his skills in the latter department put on full display on this, his first ever mixtape here. Featuring eight exclusive tracks by Green himself, as well as a remix of Underworld's classic 'Two Months Off', this mix shows off Green's advneturousness, blending deep house, techno and ambient.
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 in stock HK$256.13
Hot Pot 003 Andres Edits
Hot Pot 003 Andres Edits (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: HPR 003. Rel: 05 May 23
Flipwood Mac (7:44)
Rapture (4:19)
Review: We're told that the Hot Pot label has been specially resurrected to put out these jams from the one and only former Slum Village DJ, Mahogany Music artist, hip-hop head and house don that is Dez Andres. They are some of the edits and reworks he has been playing out on the circuit in his Detroit hometown and they get pressed up nice and loud here on fresh wax. First up he reworks a stone-cold classic with a distinctive Latin house twang while on the flip, his signature boom-bap drum work defines another killer groove. Super stuff as ever from the man.
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 in stock HK$107.72
Leftism (reissue)
Leftism (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: 196587 08071. Rel: 19 May 23
Release The Pressure (7:30)
Afro-Left (7:34)
Melt (5:16)
Song Of Life (7:03)
Original (6:23)
Black Flute (3:51)
Space Shanty (7:16)
Inspection (Check One) (6:28)
Storm 3000 (5:44)
Open Up (8:43)
21st Century Poem (4:43)
Review: Leftifled's Leftism remains one of the great dance music albums of all time. It came back in the 90s when no one was making full lengths that really made the most of the format: This is not a collection of club tracks but a musical voyage through dub, techno, bass and house that is meticulously designed and all-consuming once you turn it up nice and loud. In fact, it is best enjoyed in one sitting rather than in the modern playlist fashion with tracks broken up because that way the pressure is built and released, the moods ebb and flow and the music really makes an indelible impact.
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 in stock HK$203.25
Vibes (12")
Cat: PKWY 14. Rel: 23 May 23
Sunsplash Vibe (6:47)
Original Vibe (6:54)
Body Vibe (5:57)
Review: Parkway head honcho Mark Seven knows a thing or two about crafting effortlessly authentic house music that takes you back to an 80s Chicago street party you never actually experienced. He pulls off the trick again here with a new 12" on his own label that sinks you into dusty, well-swung and stripped-back lo-fi drums and glorious melodies right off the bat with 'Sunsplash Vibes'. 'Original Vibes' has nice pixelated chord vamps and scruffy, Peech Boys-style drums. 'Smooth Vibes' them brings glistening bell melodies that chime with futuristic feels over the sashaying drums. Pure vibes all round.

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 in stock HK$109.77
Take A Bump EP (Mike Millrain, Ross Couch mixes)
Take You For A Ride (6:48)
Take You For A Ride (Mike Millrain mix) (6:14)
Move Your Body (Ross Couch mix) (6:15)
Move To The Groove (7:21)
Review: Plastik People boss Mark Cotterell keeps up the good form he sowed in 2022 with his first EP of 2023. It comes on Rhythm Vibe and features two more of his well-designed and well-swung garage-house groovers. 'Take You For A Ride' has choppy drums and hits with fresh piano stabs and soulful vocals and 'Move To The Groove' then gets a little deeper but with similar ingredients. A Ross Couch mix takes it into more airy and floaty territory while Mike Millrain's mix of 'Take You For A Ride' brings the 90s vibes.
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Played by: Paul Starey
 in stock HK$97.48
The Half Full EP
The Half Full EP (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: FR 288. Rel: 01 Jun 23
Autonomic Journeys (7:26)
Pan Gloss (7:05)
San Guine (7:25)
Review: .He shouldn't really require an introduction but just for the record: Philly legend Josh Wink is responsible for some major club tracks over the past three decades. He returns to Jimpster's Freerange once again, with the two being quite familiar, having traded some remixes over the years. The Half Full EP features 'Autonomic Journeys' which kicks things off the A-side with a sublime fusion of Detroit techno, evocative house vibes and twisted acid. Over on the flip, 'Pan Gloss' delivers with its bouncy style of percussive house, while 'San Guine' delves deeper with a mesmerising groove and enchanting synth lines to take you further into the late night.
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 in stock HK$117.87
Funkyjaws & Friends
Eddie C - "Do You Wanna Dance" (6:48)
Elado - "25.4 Millimeters" (5:21)
Scruscru & S Timoshenko - "Ace! ID?" (5:21)
Funkyjaws - "In Your Ear With It" (5:53)
Review: The FunkyJaws Music label invites us deep into their world for a third time here with another delicious 12".It's a various artists EP that features one of our top disco favourites - Eddie C. He opens up with 'Do You Wanna Dance' which has vocals pacing about the mix and old school acid bass twangs under raw house drums. Elado's '25.4 Millimeters' is a Middle Eastern funk workout with spangled drum hits and the flip side brings twisted acid disco and the cosmic trip that is 'In Your Ear With It' from Funkyjaws themselves.
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 in stock HK$97.48
Sweet Acid Sound
Sweet Acid Sound (limited 180 gram red marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: ASGDE 303LTD. Rel: 01 Jun 23
Sweet Acid Sound (6:05)
808 Nation (3:08)
Roached (6:39)
Si-rak (5:07)
Tags: Acid House
 in stock HK$134.17
ENDZ 052
ENDZ 052 (clear splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 052. Rel: 16 May 23
Can't Slow Down
Review: The unstoppable Eastenderz label run by East End Dubs is now well over 50 releases deep yet still serves up music that makes a real impact when it arrives. Max Dean is behind this latest fresh fusion of house, dub and tech with 'Can't Slow Down' opening up on a way of subtly uplifting synths and with throwback vocal samples adding some good time magic. 'Focus' is more bubbly and bouncy, with rich and glowing melodic daubs looping over a slick groove. 'Uppy' is a third and final buffed up tech cut with rasping bass and plenty of colourful synths all bringing it to life.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock HK$119.92
Love Tribulations
Cat: UCT 004. Rel: 05 Jun 23
Exotic Passage (5:35)
Release (The Tension) (5:48)
Lust In Denial (5:12)
People Get Too Deep (5:32)
Review: Z Lovecraft AKA Rhythm Section International's Mali Baden-Powell, offers up four originals on the Utopia Club Tracks label that showcase the disco/house end of his varied output. 'Exotic Passage' coasts along serenely with gently slapped bongos and warm electric piano, definitely a weapon to have in one's warm up arsenal. 'Release (The Tension)' ups the heat a little with a busier bassline, filters and disco licks, before B-side opener 'Lust In Denial' comes with more jazz-slanted piano riffs and 'People Get Too Deep' closes proceedings with the most spacious and dubby arrangement of the quartet. Musically refreshing and understated but lively enough to move feet onto dancefloors, this is the business.
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Played by: Superbreak
 in stock HK$115.92
Libra Rising EP
Cat: NDATL 035. Rel: 03 May 23
Libra Ascending (7:15)
Sheed's Rising (6:16)
Sheed's Rising (instrumental) (6:17)
Review: Kai Alce's faultless NDATL label brings us more goodies direct from his base in Atlanta, which might be best known for its rap but also packs a punch when it comes to house music. This one is from Rasheeda Ali, a new name that might be familiar to anyone who heard Kai's 'Sheed's Move' tune from a previous EP. She has also been on stage with none other than Jeff Mills and here her flute skills come to the fore with production from Kai. 'Libra Ascending' has a snappy bounce, then 'Sheed's Rising' showcases Rasheeda's gymnastic flautist abilities. A fine debut.
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 in stock HK$113.77
Cosmic Warrior
Cat: HM 029. Rel: 25 May 23
Cosmic Paradise (Larry Heard Underground remix) (8:12)
Warriors Dance (Ron Trent remix) (9:38)
Review: Given that Nick Anthony Simoncino's take on house has always been nostalgic and retro-futurist in nature, frequently paying tribute to the '80s and '90s work of key American producers, it seems fitting that his latest 12" boasts rubs of catalogue tracks from two deep house icons, Larry Heard and Ron Trent. Heard steps up first with a version of 'Cosmic Paradise' that peppers a tactile, hardware-driven groove with sparkling, freestyle/Italo-disco style synth riffs and plenty of the Chicagoan's fluid piano motifs. Trent delivers his interpretation of 'Warriors Dance', offering a Latin-tinged drum machine rhythm, spacey chords for days, attractive synth sounds aplenty and echoing, dubbed-out electronics. Both reworks are, as you'd expect from such giants of deep house, utterly gorgeous.
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 in stock HK$115.92
Street Player (Dimitri From Paris remixes)
Cat: ZEDD 12345. Rel: 14 Apr 23
Street Player (DFP Super Disco Blend - parts I & II) (10:05)
Street Player (DFP Special dubwize mix) (7:03)
Review: Dimitri From Paris has the kind of masterful touch which makes any one of his remixes buy on sight material. But if you need to know more, on this 12" for Z Records he's taking on the Russian band Leonid & Friends and their cover of 'Street Player' by Chicago. Of course the original was an iconic joint made even more classic by 'that' Bucketheads tune, and you can hear DFP having fun nodding to that iconic bit of 90s chart-topping house in these deadly versions. If you like your disco house fierce and fiery but still delivered with finesse, this record is all you need.
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 in stock HK$119.92
Puro (2xLP)
Cat: NER 26102. Rel: 07 Jun 23
New York State Of Mind
Meta Mor Fo Sis (Latin Jazz mix)
A Vida E´ Boa, A Vida E´ Sol
Eu Sei De Alguem
Que O Amanha Vai Trazer
Rosa Blanca
Review: Doug Gomez brings all new level of artistry to this new album on Nervous. It's a collection of tracks that not only move the dance floor, but also work in a wider context thanks to their carefully infusion of Latin flair, rich percussive patterns and innovative Afro-tinged rhythms. Right from the off you will have your behind wiggling with the excellent 'New York State Of Mind' full of sunshine and salsa. Elsewhere there's the steamy and percussive Latin-house and gorgeous vocals of 'A Vida E' Boa, A Vida E' Sol'. 'Que O Amanha Vai Trazer' brings all new Accordion melodies and busy arrangements that enrich the soul. A timeless album from New York innovator Gomez.
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 in stock HK$193.10
Tortuga (12")
Cat: PL303 P. Rel: 01 Jun 23
OUT-SLD (4:35)
IN-SLD (4:33)
BAD-SLD (4:46)
Review: Those with even a basic knowledge of Italian dance music will have come across Alex Neri productions before; during the 1990s, he recorded loads of house (and less frequently, techno), under a wide variety of aliases. In 1991, he donned the Axe Corner alias (alongside studio buddies Adriana Dodici, Marco Baroni and Pietro Peretti) and delivered Tortuga, an EP of moody blends of house and techno that now sound surprisingly far-sighted. A-sides 'OUT-SLD' and 'IN-SLD' are both forthright but funky techno outings whose bleeping lead lines and thickset grooves pay tribute to the then-massive bleep & bass sound (albeit without the colossal sub-bass and dub reggae influences that style was famous for), while flip-side cuts 'BAD-SLD' and 'SLD-Effects' deliver tougher, late-night takes on the organ-rich Italo-house sound.
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 in stock HK$119.92
Soul Brothers EP (feat Franco Cinelli mix)
Close To Gate (7:03)
Soul Brothers (7:05)
Simple Minds (6:31)
Simple Minds (Franco Cinelli remix) (7:50)
Review: Politics Of Dancing once again gets our vote here with some balmy deep house propositions from the eponymous production team working alongside French stylist Djebali. 'Close To Gate' layers balmy pads and smeared chords over punchy and dynamic drums with plenty of cosmic effects up top. There is a little more urgency to 'Soul Brothers' which skates and skips along nicely beneath shimmering vocals sounds and wispy melodies. 'Simple Minds' brings more physical drum work and infectious finger clicks while the Franco Cinelli remix gets things on more of a breezy and rolling tip. A useful, heartwarming EP of modern deep house music.
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 in stock HK$136.21
Fun House
Fun House (2xLP)
Cat: AF 004. Rel: 24 May 23
Grasslands (feat Mitchell Yoshida & John FM) (5:41)
Visions Of You (feat Mitchell Yoshida & John FM) (5:56)
Totall Recall (feat Mitchell Yoshida, John FM & Carla Azar) (2:29)
Car Dates (feat Tyesha Blount & Carla Azar) (4:22)
Slide (feat John FM, Mitchell Yoshida & Billy Lotion) (6:18)
Keeping Me (feat Mitchell Yoshida, John FM, Troialexis) (5:41)
Growing Old (feat Mitchell Yoshida, Amir Hasan) (6:02)
Morning Ride (feat Mitchell Yoshida) (5:35)
Selinho Na Calcinha (feat Alexia Bomtempo & Mauro Refosco) (11:53)
Saturn Eats His Young (feat Supercoolwicked) (3:57)
Review: If anything, the hugely prolific Motor City mainstay that is Omar S seems to be getting even more prolific as time goes on. His vast catalogue grows once more here with Fun House, which finds Alister Fawnwoda exploring a wide range of dance music styles alongside guests such as FXHE regular John F.M., plus Mitchell Yoshida, Super Cool Wired, Troi Alexis, Tyesha Blount and more, with all the production, lyrics and mixing taken care of by Omar S himself. The tracks range from seductive deep house to edgy mechanical techno, dubbed out downbeat joints and smooth electronic Detroit soul. It is yet another crucial chapter in the FXHE and Omar S story.

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 in stock HK$209.40
What Am I Here For?
What Am I Here For? (12" repress)
Cat: NDATL 016. Rel: 24 May 23
What Am I Here For? (NDATL DISTINCTIVE vocal remix) (7:03)
What Am I Here For? (Irvin NDATL piano instrumental) (7:18)
What Am I Here For? (KZR Late Night mix) (7:04)
Swingin With The New Jacks (Kai Alce Distinctive remix) (5:40)
Review: Soulful fusionists The Dangerfeel Newbies are an interesting proposition. Certainly, the Atlanta-based trio has made an impression on NDATL Muzik boss Kai Alice, who's decided to release a trio of his own interpretations of Hariet album highlight "What Am I Here For". He begins by delivering a classic soulful house interpretation, placing the original's superb vocal and twinkling jazz pianos right at the heart of the action. Those superb piano lines come to the fore on his Piano Instrumental, before the Late Night Mix sees Alice sauntering off on a hazy, duvet-warm deep house tip. Best of all, though, is the bonus remix of "Swingin' With The New Jacks", a fizzing, rolling deep house groover replete with vibraphone solos and battling jazz horns.
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 in stock HK$109.77
Reworks Volume 6
Cat: EXX 006. Rel: 10 May 23
Let The Disco Play (5:47)
Last Night (5:03)
Nancy (4:21)
Every 1 (4:51)
Review: The most luxurious of re-edits comes rolling round once again, with the sixth volume in Los Angeles-based disco stu LUXXURY's rework series. From the pumping funky house anthem 'Let The Disco Play' on the A-side, to the slo-mo boogie-down vibes of 'Last Night' (also on the A), to dancefloor heaters over on the flip such as the low slung Afro influence of 'Nancy' and the deep down and dirty 'Every 1' with its well famous riff - they're all re-tweaked for the modern dancefloor.
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 in stock HK$111.82
Volume 2
Volume 2 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HOW 002. Rel: 31 May 23
Heaven (7:31)
Do You Play Baseball? (7:22)
Jack's Club Control (8:42)
What's True? (6:25)
Review: HandsonWax dropped a great first EP and has kept up the quality with a second and now third 12". It is label head or heads HandsonWax who are at the buttons again for this one which opens with some full-on jazz house that comes with busy chords and classic vocal samples. 'Do You Play Baseball?' is more ageless house music that is well-versed in the classics but with plenty of fresh musicality and two more equally impactful yet tasteful jams appear on the B-side, with the intense and steamy 'Jack's Club Control' our pick of a good bunch.
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Played by: Superbreak
 in stock HK$107.72
PULPCORN009 (hand-stamped hand-numbered white vinyl 10" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: PULPCORN 009. Rel: 07 Jun 23
Untitled A Aka Pulp Rains Love (6:58)
Untitled AA1 Aka We Should Have More Corn (6:00)
Untitled AA2 Aka The Journey (5:42)
Review: The smooth and seductive sounds of Pulp Corn come at us for another fine EP here from the in house production team. As ever the influences are broad with 'Tarik 1' featuring a soul vocal and some swooning strings that bring an almost Eagles-style vibe to the rolling house drums and elastic bass. It's a good time sound for winning over any crowd in loved-up settings. On the flip, 'Track 2' is led by a sax taking on an iconic melody from the 'Sunny' tune and allowing it to drift of bustling and bristling funky house beats. Two characterful cuts with lots to like.
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Vinyl Sampler Volume 2
Reel People - "I Never Knew" (feat Speech - Fouk remix) (6:00)
Lydia Harrell - "Heard It All Before" (Turbojazz & Sean McCabe remix) (7:03)
The Layabouts - "Colours Of Love" (feat Portia Monique - The Layabouts vocal mix) (7:31)
Imaani - "Found My Light" (Atjazz remix) (6:15)
Review: Reel People Music continues to dig into its vast back catalogue and producer sampler EPs containing some of the imprint's most sought-after (and often previously digital-only) tracks. Fittingly, label founders Reel People kick things off via a lusciously warm, percussively punchy Fouk remix of Speech hook-up 'I Never Knew', which giddily blurs the boundaries between deep house and hip-house, before Turbojazz and Sean McCabe add a subtle broken beat swing to their inspired deep house fix of Lydia Hyrell's sumptuous cover of r&b classic 'Heard It All Before'. Elsewhere, the Layabouts deliver a vocal remix of their own jazz-funk-flecked summer house classic 'Colours of Love', while the mighty Atjazz doffs a cap to friend Osunlade on his superb rework of Imaani's 'Found My Light'.
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 in stock HK$105.67
The Ride EP
The Ride EP (blue marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: SNF 086. Rel: 25 May 23
1972 (7:07)
Dying (5:09)
The Answer (6:47)
The Answer (Session Victim remix) (6:23)
Review: A regular to the Shall Not Fade output, Columbian producer Felipe Gordon returns for a collaborative EP with Belgian artist, Krewcial, for a deep dive into their shared sonic world. An ode to their shared love of cycling, this EP traverses many textures and terrains, ascending into moments of brightness and descending into deep atmospheres. The first track, '1972', kicks off with an outer casing of flecked percussion, before the introduction of a driving, hill-climbing bass line. Track number two, 'Dying', features rousing choir vocals, bringing a gospel-sensibility to the firmly funk-tied bass line. On the B-side, 'Answer' has a careening melody with hints of nostalgia, side-stepping between satisfyingly clean kick drums and brusque snares. The flip also features a remix by Session Victim - a beautifully floaty reimagining of the more grounded original. A highly multifaceted release and a strong addition to Shall No Fade's already gleaming catalogue.
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 in stock HK$134.17
Bicep (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 244. Rel: 01 Sep 17
Orca (4:33)
Glue (4:27)
Kites (6:26)
Vespa (1:23)
Ayaya (3:35)
Spring (6:57)
Drift (4:55)
Opal (4:31)
Rain (5:52)
Ayr (5:03)
Vale (4:54)
Aura (5:20)
Review: Of all DJ duos currently operating in British dance music, Belfast boys Bicep might be the hardest to pin down (Optimo aside, of course). Certainly, this debut album is not easy to pigeonhole, though it is an enjoyably cohesive listen. This is largely down to two factors; the frequent use of deliciously colorful and loved-up synthesizer parts, and the duo's innate ability to utilize beats tailor-made for dancefloor devastation. So while keen dancefloor historians may notice sly (and not so subtle) nods to '89 rave, U.S house and garage, Italo-disco, late '90s progressive house, jungle and early British hardcore, the album never sounds anything less than a fine set of Bicep tracks. Expect it to be one of the biggest albums of the year.
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 in stock HK$176.90
Moment EP
Moment EP (12" repress)
Cat: GUDU 001RE. Rel: 26 May 23
Starry Night (6:40)
Han Pan (6:43)
Review: Given her runaway success in recent years, it was almost inevitable that Peggy Gou would launch her own record label sooner or later. Wisely, she's chosen to kickstart said imprint - the freshly minted Gudu Records - with her first EP of fresh material for over 12 months. A-side "Starry Night" is an unashamedly positive and life-affirming affair, with Gou placing bouncy piano riffs, sultry South Korean and English vocals and Boyd Jarvis/Paul Simpson style synth-bass atop a snappy, late '80s style house rhythm. There's a similarly retro-futurist feel to the equally loved-up "Han Pan", where Gou's attractive vocals once again catch the ear alongside heavy analogue bass, chiming synth lines and Kwaito influenced drums.

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Waitin 4 You (feat Kevin Reynolds remix)
Cat: D3E 016. Rel: 15 May 23
Clone (7:40)
All Of It (7:50)
Waitin 4 You (7:48)
Waitin 4 You (Kevin Reynolds remix) (6:25)
Review: D3 Elements is an always cultured deep house label and so it is no surprise to find the great US producer Alton Miller has been recruited for a new EP. He has a richly musical sound and roots that go back decades, and it shows: 'Clone' is the sort of stylish backroom house that layers diffuse chords with dusty drums and cannot fail to warm the heart. 'All Of It' explores more broken and Afro-tinged drum patterns with golden Rhodes chords and astral leads. This top trio is completed with the funky kick patterns and perfect soulful vocals of 'Waitin 4 You'. Detroit mainstay Kevin Reynolds remixes it into a hypnotic Motor City roller.
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 in stock HK$103.72
Nite Moves
Nite Moves (hand-stamped 7")
Cat: BIKE 022. Rel: 11 May 23
Nite Moves (3:49)
Smokey Bay (4:02)
Review: A fresh and rather unusual pink wax 7" fromCanadian DJ and producer Eddie C, 'Nite Moves' shows off the artist's precision editry with eclectic production nuances and riffy glue. The A comes through with lyrically-confounding sampledelic soul flair, while the instrumental B 'Smokey Bay' grows more Balearic as it embers away. This EP truly is skilfully done, as we can't track down the original tracks Eddie's used, so let's hope your ear's curious enough revel in, and even rise to the challenging of identifying, a mysterious sample.
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 in stock HK$117.87
Jinja (12")
Cat: RHSTOREJAMS 024. Rel: 24 May 23
Jinja (7:32)
Malinke (7:59)
Echoes In The Sky (6:45)
Review: Gigi Testa, a bona fide Neapolitan hero whose work draws inspiration from local music of the last four decades heads up the label World Peace Music. His latest outing comes courtesy of Rush Hour titled 'Jinja', an Afro house influenced journey which truly nails that spiritual life music vibe. Continuing on with the soulful and life-affirming energy is the positive energy of 'Malinke' over on the flip, followed by the emotive slo-mo deep house of 'Echoes In The Sky'.
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Special Edition
Chez Damier & H2H - "Tomorrow Now" (5:36)
Sista Sista - "Baby Don't" (Damian Rausch remix) (6:08)
Giorgio Morderer - "E-MC2" (The Gathering mix) (6:58)
Chez Damier & H2H - "Tomorrow Now" (J Gabriel & Mojo District remix) (8:30)
Review: Deep house doesn't get any better than when it's from scene-pioneer Chez Damier. The US legend has been finding the most sensuous and emotive sounds for decades, not only as a producer but also as a label boss. His House of Chez label cooks up some more goodness here with his own collab with H2H opening up with mystic Middle Eastern melodies drifting over smooth beats. Damian Rausch's remix then brings something more heavy and El Kazed heads off to the stars on waves of cosmic synth lushness. Last of all is Italo legend Giorgio Morderer with the gloriously soulful 'Engery.'
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Tags: Tech House
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Soul Cut #3
Cat: SC 003. Rel: 25 Apr 23
Goin' On (9:18)
Don't Look (7:29)
Review: It has been a bit of a while since we heard from edit king and seductive groove maker Late Nite Tuff Guy. Thankfully now he is back after his hiatus with more of his brilliance in the form of a third entry into his Soul Cut series. He brings his magic fingers to a pair of dazzlers here, with a hearrt-wrenching version of a latter yaers Motown anthem, with a modern update that leaves the original vocals in place but adds a little more drum weight. On the flip, 'Don't Look' is a much more smoochy and seductive late-night sound for cosy dances.
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No Reason
No Reason (limited 180 gram red vinyl 12")
Cat: CHEMST 36. Rel: 27 Apr 23
No Reason (4:40)
All Of A Sudden (5:28)
Review: Hey boys, hey girls... Chemical Brothers are back with some superstar business and all is well with the world. Instantly slipping into their signature, 'No Reason' smacks with everything we love about Tom and Ed. Big funk bassline, cheeky party samples and a presence that could get everyone from your nan to your naughty next door neighbour dancing. 'All Of A Sudden' takes us up a few gears in a way that only the Chemmys can; unrelenting laser bass marching music that pushes and pushes and pushes to the very end. Here we go!
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Heist Classics Vol 01
Heist Classics Vol 01 (clear vinyl 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: HEIST 070. Rel: 28 Apr 23
Dam Swindle - "The Break Up" (7:40)
Scan 7 - "The Best Is Yet To Come" (6:39)
Fouk - "Kill Frenzy" (6:00)
Demuir - "Werq Feel Gruv Vogue" (6:13)
Adryiano - "Me & You & Her" (6:36)
Review: Now that Heist Recordings is 10 years old, label bosses Dam Swindle have decided the time is right to launch a new series of EPs featuring big tunes and sought-after classics from the imprint's archive. Fittingly, volume one begins with the track that opened the label's debut release - the classic US deep house style bounce of Dam Swindle's 'The Breakup' - before we're offered the chance to savour the organ-rich, hands-in-the-air positivity of Scan 7's brilliant 'The Best Is Yet To Come'. Over on the B-side, Fouk's 'Kill Frenzy' is a dusty, jazz-sampling deep house treat, Demuir's 'Werq Feel Gruv Vogue' is a twinkling, loop-based dancefloor delight, and Adriano's 'Me & You & Her' is a sun-splashed, disco-flecked peak-time treat.
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Flight Risk
Cat: RSD 025. Rel: 05 May 23
Sky Dive (5:03)
Home Suite (6:28)
Missing Pixels (5:21)
Mount Juniper (4:50)
Review: Eddie Logix makes his return to Rocksteady Disco fold with this fresh new 12", 'Flight Risk'. It's a varied affair that pulls from a wide range of genres including leftfield, deep house, disco, Afrobeat, and even Balearic. Some of these tunes have already been picking up high-profile support from the likes of Leo Mas, Chris Coco and Danny Krivit - no wonder given that his last on the label sold out immediately. 'Sky Dive' is a nice loose limbed funky deep disco jam, 'Home Suite' has a superb new age flute lead and 'Missing Pixels' is a tribal Afro dancer. 'Mount Juniper' is the lively and tropical house number that has you dreaming of cocktails by the sea.
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Played by: Superbreak, LEGO EDIT
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Tree House Rhythms
Tree House Rhythms (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: EM 001. Rel: 22 May 23
Love Is What You Need (6:21)
I Got You (5:03)
Let It Go (5:44)
Riding On A Cloud (4:52)
Review: Endangered Musique kicks off with a high-quality reissue of an EP that deep house heads will either already know or soon grow to love. It was written by Jose Chinga in 1994 and is an alias of an artist better known as Brothers' Vibe aka Tony Rodriguez. The opening tune 'Love Is What You Need' is also the most well-known - it's US garage with low-slung drums and grainy pad work with a simple but effective vocal. 'I Got You' picks up the pace with shuffling drums and a grinding lead before the warm 90s house sounds come to the fore again on 'Let It Go' and 'Riding On A Cloud'. Lovely stuff.

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4 Real EP
4 Real EP (12")
Cat: PPR 24. Rel: 15 May 23
4 Real (937 main mix) (9:19)
Psycho Times (7:08)
Dusty Sound (7:36)
Review: Fans of traditional US house - and why wouldn't you be - will salivate over this new EP from the Plastik People label. It's a pure and feel-good four tracker steeped in New York style that brings those magic 90s vibes to the dance floor. First up is the warm and bouncy '4 Real' (937 main mix) with its dumpy kicks and humid organic chords, then 'Psycho Times' ups the pace with a nice grinding bassline and heavy US garage vibes in the chuffing kicks while 'Dusty Sound' owes a debt to the one and only Kerri Chandler for its lush and jazzy musicality. Timeless stuff.
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No Place Like Home
Cat: NBASTWAX 016. Rel: 05 Jun 23
Stronger (5:46)
Jaunty (4:22)
Sister (7:44)
No Place Like Home (6:13)
Review: Over the last few years, Nuthin' But A Soul Thing (NBAST) founder HSDN has released more of his music on vinyl, after years spent throwing out digital download releases left, right and centre. No Place Like Home marks his second wax outing of 2023 and begins with the bouncy, swirling and piano-heavy disco-house joy of 'Stronger'. He doffs a cap to classic New Jersey garage on the organ-rich classiness of 'Jaunty', before blurring the boundaries between classic UK garage, soulful house and piano-sporting deep house on the joyous 'Sister'. The producer's love of sparkling piano riffs, loved-up chords and echoing vocal snippets once again comes to the fore on 'No Place Like Home', which is as deep and bass-heavy as it is colourful and energetic.
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Balance Vs Interweaved EP (feat Marley Sherman & South Shore Garage remixes)
4 One Another (6:43)
4 One Another (Marley Sherman remix) (6:41)
Uplift (feat Dunique) (5:59)
Uplift (feat Dunique - South Shore Garage remix) (7:04)
Review: Like a US house producers' version of the fabled grime MC battle competition 'Lord of the Mics', Brawther and Chez Damier came up with the idea of a producer contest to bring together the members of the Interweaved community, with the winners of the first round of submissions sharing their stems with the rest of the community, inviting remixes.
French born Roy Vision received the most votes in the online poll for his track '4 One Another' - a house bomb full of sub-bass pressure, craftily employed vocals and deft drum programming. The original is featured here, alongside mixes from Australian underground hero Marley Sherman, who took the trophy for his uplifting remix. London Based DJ Rouge, meanwhile hails from Ireland but loves original Italian deep house of yesteryear, and his offering was the second most voted work and is included here, slower and more wistful but still chunky in the beats department, with Dunique's spoken word part adding a quietly philosophical dimension to both the original and chirpy, cheery sounding mix from Montreal wonderkid South Shore Garage.
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Guy (CD limited to 200 copies)
Cat: ZENCD 287. Rel: 08 Jun 23
Blue Lights
Heads Or Tails
I Got Tired Of Running
Lonley Back In O
Your Thoughts
It Was Beautiful
Meant To Be
Circle Me Back Around
When She Dance
Sapphires Of Gold
15 Foot
Review: Jayda G is a star very much still in the ascendancy and that will only continue with this, new new album Guy on Ninja Tune. This is a CD version of her most accomplished album to date which finds her dig into her roots in the deeper pockets of the house scene and serve up a full spectrum of artistry. Co-producer Jack PeNate, Iberia's Lisa-Kainde Diaz and Ed Thomas have all worked with her on the album and help give it its pop-leaning edge, which is sure to confirm her position in the premier league of crossover club music stars. Jayda's father William Richard Guy and his experiences as an African American man are the foundational inspiration for this project and allow her to hone in on more honest songwriting and singing.
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Cat: PICNIC 006. Rel: 31 May 23
B Love - "Thumb Milk" (5:34)
Rokko - "Sunset Frequency" (6:11)
Mathijs Smit - "Backwards" (7:33)
Herra - "Thesis Trax" (5:30)
Review: Picnic tends towards flaunting the eclecticism of the British underground, standing in stark opposition to conformity. B Love, Rokko, Mathijs Smit and Herra come through for their latest V/A here, each with their own unique style and flavour to the four-way table - whether they work in deep house, techno, or the cheekier side of speed-garage-ambient. As 'Thumb Milk' says in the pre-drop moment of pause: "do what you feel, when you feel like it". Such is the exact feel of this EP, from the idyllic chordwork of Rock's 'Sunset Frequency' to the organic organry of 'Going Backwards'.
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I Love Your Girlfriend
I Love Your Girlfriend (1-sided clear vinyl 12")
Cat: FXHE UME. Rel: 27 Apr 23
I Love Your Girlfriend (long mix) (4:55)
Review: When it featured in its original mix form on Omar-S's Pain EP, 'I Love Your Girlfriend' was something of a blink-and-you-miss-it gem: a two-minute fusion of piano-powered balladry, seductive soul vocals (provided by guest singer John FM) and sparse, occasional house beats. It was crying out for an extended mix, and the Detroit legend has duly delivered. Now five minutes in length, with more prominent drums, extensive use of P-funk style synth squiggles and auto-tune effects, the mix effectively re-imagines the track as a fluid, soulful, piano solo-laden club track that's as classy as it is tasty.
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Every Other Day
Cat: SNFKCLP 002. Rel: 02 Jun 23
UFO (7:49)
Egoland (6:36)
Kooky (6:21)
Vae Victis (6:28)
Teleport (6:27)
Wish (6:12)
Potluck (6:44)
False Step (6:38)
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002 (reissue with bonus track)
Cat: AOS (002). Rel: 08 Dec 09
I Hate
Miss You
Set It Out
Review: Bless up Omar S! The FXHE man is always happy to repress and reissue some of his earlier records for those that missed out at the time and here he offers a welcome chance to dig into a veritable slab of label history. AOS002 is where it all began for Omar S, first released way back in 2003 as a four track 12" of tunnelling techno and deftly sampled Detroit house. It's been repressed several times over the years with more recent editions featuring a bonus untitled track deep into the B side. The limited 2015 edition now comes in three different colours; orange, red, or brown. Whichever you chose this should be considered an essential addition to your FXHE collection.
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Metro Area 4 (remastered)
Cat: ENV 014R. Rel: 16 Feb 23
Miura (8:30)
Let's Get (6:24)
Strut (6:07)
Review: Anyone with a passing interest in dance music will be familiar with Metro Area's one and only self-titled album. It is now 20 years old and has never been bettered in the two decades since it was released. The US pair also released a highly regarded selection of EPs back in the day on Environ, and the label has decided to reissue them. But not before having them recut and remastered by the one and only Matt Colton. These new editions feature some versions of the tunes that have never been reissued before as well as the original, extended 12" versions of all songs. There is no reason not to pick up all four 12"s, frankly.
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The Lower End Theory EP
Cat: NDATL 034. Rel: 06 Feb 23
Mortise & Tenon (7:24)
The Lower End Theory (6:10)
Atlanta Deep (10:07)
Review: NDATL welcomes Abacus back to the US label's roster after notable appearances on Prescription and Guidance, with title track 'The Lower End Theory' proving to be a smooth, effortless and downright classy deep house calling card with the subtlest hint of acid. 'Atlanta Deep' follows next with a gloriously gloopy bassline a little reminiscent of Mayday's 'Nude Photo', and then 'Mortise & Tenon' closes the 12" with the lightest and most soulful of touches in both the rhythm and melody departments. Gorgeous stuff - dive in and wallow in the depths.
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 in stock HK$113.77
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