MID SEASON SALEBIS ZU 50% RABATT AUF URBAN FASHION
GenresNew In StockBack In StockPreorderHHV ExclusivesHHV Top 100ChartsSale

Fatty Fatty Phonographics Electronic & Dance 6 Artikel

Sortieren: Beliebtheit
96 Artikel/Seite
V.A. - Downtown Sounds Classics Volume 4
V.A.
Downtown Sounds Classics Volume 4
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Fatty Fatty Phonographics)
10,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Dublin based disco imprint Fatty Fatty Phonographics return with the 4th instalment of their 'Downtownsounds Classics' series, this time throwing three stone-cold classics onto one 12, all given the re-edit treatment by in house producers Pablo and Shoey.Voiced by Leroy Burgess, with drums by hip hop legend Marley Marl and production by The Aleem Brothers, 'Release Yourself' was a huge across-the-board anthem in the clubs of NYC on its release in 1984. The lads have superglued elements of both the vocal and dub sides together for an epic end of night take on this beloved classic.The B side features two under appreciated classics from the pen of one Billy Nichols, a man known for his work with West End Records (the Levan mixed 'Give Your Body Up To The Music') and the funky band of brothers that was BT Express.On 'Take Me...' Nichols' hooked up with disco master Patrick Adams for an emotional, string drenched disco belter that has found favour with the likes of Dimitri from Paris, Floating Points and Hunee. While 'Dance If Off' is a wonky proto Acid-Disco trip beloved of Rahaan and Eric Duncan of Rub 'n' Tug. With copies going for over 300 euros, you can do your bank account and your dancefloor a favour here...
DJ Rahaan - Re-jigs Volume 1
DJ Rahaan
Re-jigs Volume 1
12" | 2013 | EU | Original (Fatty Fatty Phonographics)
8,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Chicago's DJ Rahaan comes correct on this latest release from Dublin disco heads Fatty Fatty Phonographics. 'Dirtyboyz' takes an old Bobby O production and sticks a rocket up it's arse, blending in rough Chi-Town beats and some vocals from another Music Box/Warehouse classic for some proper peak-time dancefloor devastation. 'Getting Up and Dance' is the kind of string drenched disco-boogie that he laces throughout his epic club sets, with some fiery Ron Hardy style edits to drive 'em wild. 'Clap Your Hands, Stomp Your Feet', meanwhile, rounds it off beautifully, a summery dancefloor swinger with a hellishly catchy chorus and a bouncy groove that just won't quit....
Timothy Blake - United States Of Hinterland
Timothy Blake
United States Of Hinterland
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Fatty Fatty Phonographics)
8,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After seducing the likes of Optimo, Horse Meat Disco, Rub'N'Tug and Bicep with their floor-friendly reworks of classic disco, funk and electro, the lads over at Fatty Fatty Phonographics are expanding their repertoire with their first 12 inch of original material. The man they've chosen for this mission, Tim Blake, is a Dublin born music maker with a bank of vintage keyboards and drum machines in his spare room and a full blooded romantic's heart beating in his chest. Now based in Berlin, his debut "Heat Crime" EP came out on Kleine Reise Records, a label run by a set of Irish messers who throw some of the city's very best parties, and a track on the recent Dirt Crew Recordings 10th anniversary compilation has helped spread the word about this special talent further.
DJ Rahaan & DJ Darryn Jones - The Chi-jigs Volume 1
DJ Rahaan & DJ Darryn Jones
The Chi-jigs Volume 1
12" | 2013 | EU | Original (Fatty Fatty Phonographics)
8,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After a sell-out EP by Rahaan in the spring, Dublin label Fatty Fatty Phonographics returns to the home of house with two murky 21st Century excursions aimed straight at dark'n'sweaty dancefloors. Rahaan flips the script here with 'Secondo Coro Della Lavendie', a propulsive update of Roberto Di Simone's 1976 modern opera piece of the same name. Over the years it's become a cult club hit in Chicago, Detroit and Montreal and found it's way into the record bags of the likes of Brennan Green. The title translates as 'The Song Of The Working Girls' and it sounds like it, a hipshakin', Afro-delic chant married to a relentless b-line and wired Chi-Town electronics. On the flip-side comes DJ Darryn Jones, yet another Chicago native with a bottomless record collection and the production chops to know what to do with it. 'Mouth Passion' weaves elements of The Flirt's 'Passion' in and out of another ruff track of rumbling percussion,raw bass and spooky sound effects and comes out right on top, transporting you down into a darkened basement with your eyes closed and your disco fist in the air!
Block 16 / Sweet Cream - Downtown Sounds Classics Volume 1
Block 16 / Sweet Cream
Downtown Sounds Classics Volume 1
12" | 2013 | EU | Original (Fatty Fatty Phonographics)
9,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After the success of Pablo and Shoey's 'Rejigs' series, Fatty Fatty Phonographics steps things up a notch with 'Downtown Classics Vol 1', featuring the big tracks and out-there obscurities that have worked the floor at the long running Dublin club collective's nights.
Pablo & Shoey - The Re-jigs Volume 2
Pablo & Shoey
The Re-jigs Volume 2
12" | 2012 | EU | Original (Fatty Fatty Phonographics)
8,99 €*
Release:2012 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After the success of 'Rejigs Vol 1', with support from the likes of Hot Toddy, Sleazy Beats and Get Down Edits, Pablo and Shoey return with three more edits for the front of your box. 'Love Power' is a 10 minute electro-boogie epic with powerhouse vocals that will be immediately familiar to members of the rave generation through their sampling on big pop hits by the likes of Snap, Moby, Bizarre Inc and KRS-One's Boogie Down Production crew. 'TP With The ILL Behaviour' pays tribute to Detroit house producer and turntable legend Terrence Parker, recreating a section from one of his mid 90's mixtapes where some he lashes a famed hip hop acapella over some classic euro-disco to devastating effect. Constructed with the help of some razor sharp scratches by Dublin hip hop whizz Paddy O'Halpin, it's a hands in the air moment built for a loose and sweaty 3am dancefloor. 'Let Me Love Ya', meanwhile, is all about the bad ass early 80's boogie bassline, wailing diva vocals and psychedelic funk guitars that just won't quit.
Zum Seitenanfang
Filter & Kategorien anzeigenErgebnisse filtern
Tracklist
Tracklist
Player schließen