Monthly Archives: October 2011
Next up in the series is a 33.3 RPM version of Trouble Men’s “Raw”. When normally played this track has a garagey feel to it, but when slowed down to 33.3 has a liquid funk slick to it. The track is really long especially when slowed down, I don’t play out the entire track in my mixes but rather sneak it in for a while. It has a great build to it and the beat hits just how like.
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Here is a sweet delectable treat for you, courtesy of Mr. Roberto Cravallo. He has some sharp and to the point edits pulled from his personal record collection. Roberto also has some of his edits exclusively released on vinyl, quality cuts on there as well. Check that out and buy it here —> Solid Disco Gold
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Tiger & Woods have just wrapped up their US tour and are generous enough to give away an entire album for free. It’s not DJ friendly stuff (only 192kbps), but it certainly is perfect for some headphone listening. 15 top notch tracks, all untitled!
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I had the honor and pleasure to DJ alongside Ritesh, the label head of Adult Contemporary and American Standard. I opened things up early and kept the tempo low. Ritesh picked it up and took the sound to your head, he is a great selector and DJ. If you own any of the records he has put out on his labels you are fully aware of that already!
Ritesh @ Avalon Bar 09/10/2011 (Sorry DL link removed by artist request, the recording is damaged)
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Petropoulos @ Avalon Bar 09/10/2011
Eric Duncan has been hitting the spot for me as far as the craft of the edit goes lately. I am the kind of listener who loves to get the full fledged vocal rendition out of an edit. Only teasing a split second vocal snippet in an edit can really get a dance floor wound up but if there isn’t that release into the full rendition then I am left feeling cheated. Dunks does it proper on the B side for sure, in my opinion that is the winner. It is a solid restructure and mastering of Crown Heights Affair’s “Say a Prayer for Two.”
A side is an extended jam session that could have stood alone without any vocals and been a solid track, which pretty much goes contrary to what I said, but the instrumentation is on point. That is where this is a winner, selection. The vocals though aren’t to be under estimated, they are teased in perfectly and when the vocal rendition is finally released, is a great addition. Pure dancers delight.
Side B – “On Your Knees”
Side A – “Dunks Got The Answer”
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This project fell into the perfect hands, Nicholas has hit the mark with the early nineties US deep house. You can expect to hear some classics sounding as robust and deep as ever. In anticipation for this release enjoy a free vinyl rip from my own personal collection. This is one of my favorite produced by one of the originators of the label… back in ’91!
Also check out this artist, who will for sure be featured on the remix compilation.
NY House’N Authority – Surveillance Cameras