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Eddie Matos presents Renditions

Cyclo continues to binge on their back catalog with a reissue of Renditions from Eddie Matos.

Louie Vega Brings the Disco Heat from Sylvester

Three remixes of Sylvester's "Dance (Disco Heat)" continues Louie Vega's romp through disco's attic.

When Parris Mitchell Did UK Garage

A B-side from Parris Mitchell (as Victor Romeo) became an unlikely UK Garage smash thanks to these remixes from Scott Garcia, Mark Yardley & Ray Hurley.
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Romanthony Rediscovered: Trust Remixes, Remastered & Reissued

Kerri Chandler's remix of Romanthony's "Trust" is one of the greatest, most sublime deep house tracks ever made.
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Killer Reissue of Ron Trent’s Modern Classic “Jazz It Up”

Reissue of Ron Trent's Future Vision classic Jazz It Up, featuring "Jazz Funk Freedom" and "Sweet Chocolate" and originally released by Future Vision.
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Kalani Bob & Remegel: Deep Breath & Dreaming Of Brie

From the two volume Cheese & Pickle EPs: a technicolor explosion of sound from the most minimal framework in these UKG classics.

Bernard’s Amazing Disco Band: I Want Some Trade

It was 1992. I had been playing the previous record on DJ World, "Bitch" by Jamie Principle, and was heading out of Gramaphone when copies of "I Want Some Trade" arrived. I snapped a...

“Ghetto Disco” Is the Quintessential TK Disco Song

A former blues singer named Ted Taylor brings all the soul and pathos of a modern day electric troubadour to the disco smash GHETTO DISCO, just reissued from TK Disco.
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Future/Past: What I Love About Armando’s The Future

"The Future" was Armando's calling card, an introduction to an international career that was cut short.
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A Very Chicago House Tribute to the 808 & Ikutaro Kakehashi

Classic Chicago House Music lore about borrowing Marshall Jefferson's 808 and Tyree's "I Fear The Night."
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Strictly Rhythm Was the Soundtrack of House Music’s Golden Age

Strictly Rhythm Underground '90 to '97 captures the dominance the label had over the 1990s club scene.

Can You Feel The Force?

Disco legend John Luongo gets his time to shine on this double LP collection of classic remixes from Groove Line.
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Italo Classics by KASSO Get Re-Edited by Jellybean Benitez

An Italo classic, New York and Chicago House staple from Best Record worked over by Jellybean Benitez with a magic that never loses its touch.
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Simonelli’s Finest: Reissue of NY’s Finest’s Do You Feel Me?

Groovin has performed enough resurrections by now to be qualified as a necromancer, and never have they done more beautiful work than on the Victor Simonelli (as NY's Finest) 1993 classic "Do You Feel Me?"

It’s Time To Jack Again

Chip E on Carl Cox remaking Time To Jack and Chicago House Music lore of Frankie Knuckles and Ron Hardy in the studio.
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Kerri Chandler: The Thing for Linda 2010 (Downtown 161)

Repressed for the masses, Kerri Chandler's The Thing For Linda 2010 has grown 10 times more brilliant and bright in my eyes since first released.

Boris Midney: Companion

It's rare that any recording tugs my heartstrings in so many directions. Companion is an ensemble group brought together by Soviet-born Jazz composer Boris Midney in 1981, featuring Charmaine on vocals. He is behind...

Louie Vega’s NYC DISCO is a New Classic

When I heard Louie's confirmation that he was indeed going to release a disco album, I knew it would be good. Everyone did. But the usual pre-release hype aside, NYC Disco is a new classic.
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Lost Remix of Colonel Abrams’ “I’m Not Gonna Let” Surfaces

Victor Simonelli's tribute to the late Colonel Abrams featuring a previous unreleased remix from Bassline Records' mid-1990s version of I'm Not Gonna Let You.
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Dark Grooves Reissuing Spencer Kincy’s Tangled Thoughts

Hidden Agenda / Tangled Thoughts was one of Gemini's "Italian" EPs and is being repressed on vinyl by the Groovin' sublabel, Dark Grooves.
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