Proper vibes on this carnival-style groove from the youthful London producer on Buraka Som Sistema's Enchufada. 'Voyeur' throws down tribal percussion, chopped out snatches of vocal and throbbing sub, with the beats flipping between 4/4 and broken beat rhythms. Another hugely promising jam from an artist who's been catching the ear of Mistajam and Toddla T in recent months.
Two standout figureheads, in the genre of the disco-edit, collude and show us exactly how it’s done. Yorkshire crate-digging crew, Joe’s Bakery invite Moton’s Diesel and Dave Jarvis to their label for an EP of edits that finds ground between club play and hi-fi spin; chopping up '80s synth jams, sparkling disco oddities and heady, Balearic tones. If you’re a little confused as to where to head next in this often over-subscribed field, then I suggest towards this exemplary release.
With a little production help from neighbouring Italo-disco compadre Rodion, Bottin drops this sharp, two-track single for long-supporting UK nu-disco label, Bearfunk. Keeping a mood that’s positively upbeat, ‘Parody’ shuffles along to a particularly rippling, analogue disco groove with neatly cascading arpeggios and shimmering fx. On the flipside, ‘Progresso’ rolls out a tracky, proto-house tune with some biting, ‘punk-funk’ snares. Monster.
Classy little breakbeat garage remix from the Maidenhead-based duo, featuring deep chords, sick rolling organ bass and tasty little piano licks and riffs. A significant update on the Se7en Deadly Breaks sound that should see them starting to make waves again.