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Watch this item Unwatch. Watch list is full. No additional import charges on delivery. They made a very surreal and dreamy video for it. I think John has got a very distinctive voice, which is complemented by Rose and Dave is a man of many talents. I wanted these two songs to have a more poppy-dance feel to them. Of course, their versions of these songs will eventually be featured on their own album.
So entertaining. Their original version is quite disjointed and I wanted to make a version that I could play in my DJ sets. So I listened intensely to the track and discovered all the little bits that I could use. I took a short part, looped it and added a heavy duty beat, with a sub bass, which I then made into the main groove and then I added a crunchy bass guitar riff and more synths.
As always, I used as many of the original parts as I could so that I could retain the feeling and sound of their version. I have worked with NiBing since the end of the 90s and he brought me over to China many times.
He had arranged for me to perform at a great little festival on the edge of a forest outside of Chengdu and STOLEN were headlining one of the nights. Just before I arrived, they sent me a few demos and I could already hear their potential. Before the gig, I sat in at one of their practice sessions and I was really impressed. So, we went into the studio in Chengdu after the festival and we recorded three new demo songs, more to see what would happen than anything else.
They posted them up in China, and the response was very positive and so the band decided to release them in China as an EP. It was quite successful for them. Their EP got a very high rating, which brought the band to ask me to produce their new album, but as these three songs were already on the EP, I decided to remix them for the album, so that they are different to the EP versions.
I really like STOLEN as people, they are a dedicated and ambitious bunch of working class lads, who are very passionate about their music. They work, practice, write and tour. They obviously live and breathe it every day and I like to see that ambitious fever. China is a huge country, so have different music genres grown and mutated in S.O.S.
(Vocal Version) - Various - ZYX Italo Disco New Generation Bootmix 2 (CD) regions? From what I have seen though, there is a desire to achieve acceptance, especially from the West. Most Chinese bands feel they are not worthy or competent enough to compete with their image of well-promoted Western bands, but I think this is an illusion and quite the wrong attitude. I noticed there are a lot of girls making music and DJing in China. Which was very refreshing.
At most of the talks I gave, the girls were always in the majority. In a weird way, the rapid rise of K-Pop in the S.O.S. (Vocal Version) - Various - ZYX Italo Disco New Generation Bootmix 2 (CD) is starting to open doors and change perceptions towards all kinds of East Asian artists. Of course, there are a lot of imitators out there too, especially when it comes to musical styles, such as EDM, hip hop and rap or even traditional techno.
We all know that copying is all part of learning, but eventually, you decide to go it alone. You want to establish yourself, and this is where China finds itself now. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Articles Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts.
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Love Me Endlessly [Extended Version]. A unique collection with attention to detail and sounds that have seldom been heard outside the sub continent, Brother Cleve has done himself proud. Played by: I Love Disco! Review: Renowned record collector Greg Belson has dug even deeper on this superb follow-up to his essential gospel disco anthology, "Divine Disco". In truth, very few will recognize any of the included tracks, many of which originally appeared on private-press releases, but that's entirely S.O.S.
(Vocal Version) - Various - ZYX Italo Disco New Generation Bootmix 2 (CD) point: Belson has chosen to share some of his secret weapons with us and we're delighted. Amongst the many highlights you'll find the sparkling, synth-heavy '80s gospel soul of Calvin B. Minimal Wave US. Review: For those with an interest in the development of electronic music in the late '70s and early '80s, the sporadic synth-wave collections from New York-based Minimal Wave Records S.O.S.
(Vocal Version) - Various - ZYX Italo Disco New Generation Bootmix 2 (CD) always been essential listening. This latest missive, originally released on a limited vinyl pressing earlier this year, offers another treasure trove of little known and unreleased material from the period. Predictably, there's much to enjoy, from the skewiff vocoder electro of Polaroid and low-end madness of Robert Lawrence to the synth-phonic doodlings of Reserve and new wave strut of Danton's Voice.
Played by: Juno Recommends Electro. Review: When it comes to shining a light on obscure regional disco and boogie scenes, the crate diggers behind Cultures of Soul are rarely beaten. Their latest killer compilation gathers together little known boogie, electrofunk and J-pop released in Japan between and It's predictably brilliant from start to finish, with the squelchy synth bounce and bi-lingual vocals of Hitomi Tohyama's "Wanna Kiss" and the mid-'80s Madonna vibes of Kaoru Akimoti's "Dress Down" amongst the highlights.
What's perhaps most impressive is the comparative quality of the tunes; aside from Japanese language vocals, most sound like they could have been recorded and released by New York or Los Angeles-based artists, rather than Tokyo ones. As the old cliche goes, this is "all killer, no filler".
Played by: Fabietto Delgado Ankle Release. Disco 2. How Do You Are? Review: It would be fair to say that 's female-centred instalment of the "Too Slow To Disco" franchise was one of the series' strongest compilations to date, so this belated sequel is more than welcome. Played by: Osmose. Review: months ago, the team behind the excellent Too Slow To Disco compilations inaugurated a new offshoot series, Too Slow To Disco Neo, in S.O.S.
(Vocal Version) - Various - ZYX Italo Disco New Generation Bootmix 2 (CD) to showcase contemporary nu-disco sounds. The first edition focused on French music that fit in with their atmospheric, slow-motion aesthetic; this belated follow-up, on the other hand, is all about sun-kissed Balearic beats and summery nu-disco grooves.
Disco Reggae Vol 1 LP. Review: Miami's legendary TK Disco presents a collection of classic breakbeats from their extensive back catalogue.
In NYC in the late 70s and early 80s, the music that would come to be known as 'hip-hop' was in its formative stages in the city's Black and Hispanic neighbourhoods. Kool Herc, Grandmaster Flash, Grandmaster Flowers, Mean Gene, Jazzy Jay, Afrika Bambaataa, Charlie Chase and numerous others would go on to popularise the genre with a unique DJing style utilising the 'breaks'' - the unadulterated groove where the band on the record cut loose.
Re Edited Vol 1 reissue limited yellow vinyl 2xLP. Review: Eight TK classics unwrapped and regifted by some of the best in the disco game Everything you could ever need for a super-sweet shindig from the instant sing-along spankage of Jimmy Bo Horne to the wah wah wriggles and giggles of T-Connection by way of Gwen McCrae's locomotion soul power, this really is an impressive piece of work.
Four Flies Italy. Review: Apparently there's a history in Italian cinema of "sexy comedy", which we can only assume is a slightly more racy and explicit version of the innuendo-laden British comedy movies of the s and 70s think Carry On, Confessions Of A Window Cleaner etc. During the 70s and early '80s, many of these "sexy comedy" flicks boasted disco-centric soundtracks, which is where this superb compilation comes in.
It's full of obscure, Italian-made disco workouts that veer between camp silliness and tongue-in-cheek fun S.O.S. (Vocal Version) - Various - ZYX Italo Disco New Generation Bootmix 2 (CD) string-drenched brilliance, down-low disco-funk heaviness, synth-driven madness and the kind of Clavinet-happy goodness more obviously associated with US "Blaxploitation" films. Played by: Juno Recommends Funky House.
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