Available: 15th June 2021
TK Disco - THE Miami disco and boogie label, dominated throughout the 1970's and 1980's with back to back classics revered by dancers and disc jocks alike.
It's no wonder the labels catalogue still gets played today and still makes people dance, inspiring new fans and the old school alike to hunt down the ubiquitous yellow labelled 12 inch singles with fervour. It's in this spirit that TK present some of the finest contemporary reworkings from their legendary catalogue, classics reimagined with todays dancefloor in mind, nipped and tucked in just the right way by some of the finest names to flirt with the discotheque. Across 2 lovingly mastered and selected slabs of wax we have versions from Dimitri From Paris, Norman Jay, Todd Terje, Late Nite Tuff Guy, Kon and Danny Krivit - A truly allstar cast right there - all showing their love for this sunshine state disco powerhouse. Resplendent in original TK Disco label art and with the classic 'palm tree' sleeve this 100% legit and official selection of re-edits is now available for your disco dancin' pleasure. Dig in, and enjoy!
A1. Jimmy Bo Horne - Spank (Dimitri From Paris Classic Re-Edit)
A2. Ted Taylor - Ghetto Disco (Norman Jay Edit)
B1. I'm Your Boogie Man (Todd Terje Edit)
B2. T-Connection - Do What You Wanna Do (Kon's Keep It Moving Mix)
C1. KC & The Sunshine Band - I Get Lifted (Todd Terje Edit)
C2. Timmy Thomas - Why Can't We Live Together (LNTG No More War Rework)
D1. Gwen McCrae - Move Me Baby (Danny Krivit Edit)
D2. Ralph Macdonald - Jam On The Groove (Danny Krivit Edit)
Available: 15th June 2021
Named King of the Edit since the 1980’s, pioneering Manhattan DJ Danny Krivit’s (aka Mr K) latest 12” delivery instils the title bestowed upon him some 30 years ago. An esteemed selector Danny’s prolific remixing and production capabilities have touched hundreds of records – with his signature flare shaping the New York City sound.
Opening the A-Side of the release, is Danny edit this summer’s seminal track The Vision’s ‘Heaven’, interweaving a gloriously groovy bassline with Andreya Triana’s vocal to produce an extended, DJ friendly mix that he sent crowds wild with at Dekmental Festival.
On the flip, Mr K delves a little deeper into the Defected catalogue, trying his hand at The DangerFeel Newbies’ ‘What Am I Here For (Original NDATL Vocal)’. Danny’s stripped back version extends the jazzy, percussive original, as velvety smooth vocals and elegant keys bring this expressive and sophisticated release to a close. A true master of the edit, music as good as this deserves to be heard on wax.
A. The Vision featuring Andreya Triana - Heaven (Danny Krivit Edit)
B. The Dangerfeel Newbies - What Am I Here For? (Original NDATL Vocal - Danny Krivit Edit)
Release Date: 25th May 2021
Repress off this collection of edits from 2006.
All essentials for the pub rotary deejay sets but also a great collection of tracks to have on one 12". Features an edit of Nice N' Wild's latin freestyle heater Diamond Girl.
A1. The Who- Emminence Front (Extended Mix)
A2. Roni Griffith - Spies (Edit)
B1. MBO - Dirty Talk (1983 Warehouse Edit) (Instrumental)
B2. Captain Rapp- Bad Times (Instrum Edit)
B3. N'N'W - Diamond Girl (Edit)
Release Date: 4th June 2021
Our friends in the East bring you a sophisticated 80s floaty disco soul edit on the A side, dance-floor fire and extended hooks all the way, things get special later into the track. On the flip we have an edit from a man up north who knows all about rhythm. This Edit has been doing the rounds for a few years on the DL with those in the know, dance-floor fire! 300 only.
Release Date: 21st May 2021
After releases by DoctorSoul, Dave Mathmos, Vibes4YourSoul, DJ Supermarkt, Jack Tennis, Les Inferno we now give space to one of the early creators of the genre: LUXXURY from L.A.!
Side A: is a slice of funky, dubbed/spaced out midtempo Disco, custom made for the sophisticated dancefloor
Side B: is a slow-jam, and a dubbed, balearic romantic take on an AOR classic hit
LUXXURY makes dance music for adults. Raw, funky bass-lines plucked with grown-man finesse. A mastery of keyboard and synth native only to those who lived through the late '70s/early '80s. Dust in the glitter that vibrates in the space between string stabs, bongo slaps, and guitar jabs—even while the steady pulse and astral effects feel beamed in from a more cybernetic future Los Angeles. That's where the nu-disco wizard born Blake Robin dwells, of course. That is, when he isn't on the road opening for Giorgio Moroder or the Juan MacLean; leading his dapper band on late-night TV; remixing live at DJ sets in Mexico City, New York and Berlin; making viral TikTok “Inside the Song” videos, or seeding his Dublab radio show/Spotify playlist Good Morning, Disco! with gems that span four decades of groove-first music. In fact, you might've first felt his deft touch via the controversial LUXXURY Edits—where he uses the multi-tracks (stems) of classic hits to create dubby slow-disco versions—but his original music is no less arresting.
A1. LUXXURY – Hello My Love
B1. LUXXURY – Baby Please Don’t Go (Oooh No)
Release Date: 11th June 2021
Getting deeper than deep with Men of Culture. M.O.C. studio prowess would mean nothing without his ear for a good old deep house edit. Four unmissable dj homage edits. From Laid-back grooving to deep classic cuts. Get ready for some classy, atmospheric deep house edits. You can play it all night long. And you probably should.
a1. Edit 1
a2. Edit 2
b1. Edit 3
b2. Edit 4
Release Date: 7th May 2021
Modern day Disco Remix king Mike Maurro strikes again! This time, Atlantic Records and Brookside team up and have Mike tackling two classic tracks by The Trammps: “Hooked For Life” & “Soul Searching’ Time”. “Hooked For Life” was released on Atlantic’s “Exclusive Disco Series” of promo only 12”s in the U.S. back in 1975 and “Soul Searchin’ Time” was also released as a promo only 12” in the U.K. on WEA’s ultra rare “Disco Special Cut” series. Both tracks get the “Maurro Remix” treatment with extended intro’s, instrumental passes and breakdowns, and finally mastered in Philadelphia by Mike Tarsia of the world famous Sigma Sound Studios.
a1. Hooked For Life (Mike Maurro Remix)
b1. Soul Searchin' Time (Mike Maurro Remix)
Release Date: 19th March 2021
Club tracks for weak knees and sweaty palms! Finally on wax, a series of club edits paying tribute to Glasgow's infamous after-party scene ca. 2011 - 2019. Mom's Spaghetti takes influence from sounds heard at these events by mixing curveball selections with muscular techno. Vol 1 offers up 4 bootleg mash-ups served in a sauce adjacent to Robert Hood's legendary Floorplan alias.
a1. Fraudulent Daze
a2. Instagram DJ’s
b1. Ten Limes Lost
b2. Can't Afford It
Release Date: 23rd April 2021
DJ Ciderman is back with another cider bottle filled with fizzy love ready to pour on the dancefloor. Four special edits for lonely hearts who just want to dance the night away till the sun slowly starts to peeking up in the background.
a1. You're Losing Me
a2. Club For Lonely Heart
b1. Get Loose
b2. Good Friend G
Release Date: 5th February 2021
Snips is the founder of Barbershop Records and co founder of Livin Proof, with over 15 years experience as one of Londons most prolific DJs and over 10 years worth of production credits across Hip Hops underground. 2018 has seen Snips emerge as a budding solo artist, fusing the production styles of Hip Hop, House, Soul and Funk in the same fashion as he is known to do behind the turntables.
With his debut album "The Barbershop" making waves on both sides of the Atlantic and his Single "The Product" On Classic Records garnering support from a cross genre selection of heavyweights such as Karizma, Benji B, Eli Escobar, House Shoes, J Rocc, DJ Spinna and Henry Wu, Snips returns on his own label Barbershop Records and delves into Edit territory once again with a second limited 45'. This release delves into some modern soul and jazz, flipping some new age cult classics to club friendly future anthem.
a1. Snips - Think About It
b1. Snips - The Philosopher
Release Date - 26th July 2019
Matthew Herbert and Goldsmiths University's in-house record label NX Records presents the latest in their series of experimental electronic vinyl 12"s.
NX14X showcases the work of two boundary pushing Goldsmiths students: first, UK born and South Africa raised composer Galina Juritz, whose chopped and spliced RnB doused in lush string arrangements enduces a fidgety unease and zero gravity lushness in equal measure.
And second, rising DJ and producer Harry Rodger, with two cuts of organic, summery techno that would sound perfectly at home pumping out of the NTS Radio speakers into a sun-baked Gillett Square.
a1. Galina Juritz - I've Got a ___ _____ Feeling
a2. Harry Rodger - Facetime
b1. Harry Rodger - Polly
b2. Galina Juritz - Decompression