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Craig Bratley - Play The Game Feat. Danielle Moore
Craig Bratley
Play The Game Feat. Danielle Moore
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Magic Feet)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Northern disco general and machine music lover Craig Bratley is back with a firing new EP on his own Magic Feet label. It features one track from him with Danielle Moore from Crazy P, plus a remix from Andrew Weatherall and one from Heretic.

Bratley operates on the freakier end of the disco dancefloor, with weird electronics and raw jacking grooves propping up his analogue sounds. He has released on Andrew Weatherall's Bird Scarer, has put out a fine album on Tsuba and hosts his own kaleidoscopic show on Leeds KMAH Radio, so is an accomplished artist and DJ indeed.

Says the artist, the track is a response to [Bratley's Bird Scarer single] Obsession, the subject is ambiguous - is it an ode to someone or to the darker side of clubbing?

The excellent Play The Game is an arresting track with tough drums and percussion and a thick arpeggiated synth that is angsty and dirty. It is expertly offset by the libidinous vocals of Danielle Moore as a thin drone and frazzled pads grow louder in the mix.
Intense and steamy, it is a real chugger for the floor.

The master that is Andrew Weatherall then flips the cut into one of his typically tasteful ten minute affairs. Dubbed out, long legged and perfectly poised, it is more cosmic in his hands, with trippy molten melodies and explosive guitar riffs adding real macho menace to the groove.

Heretic is Timothy Clerkin, one half of the Eskimo Twins, and his version is equally unique. Tense and prickly, with slapping hits and chopped up vocal, it is a ravey monster designed to make you sweat.

This is a standout package with three varied and vital disco bombs all packing a massive punch.
Craig Bratley - Play The Game Feat. Danielle Moore
Craig Bratley
Play The Game Feat. Danielle Moore
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Magic Feet)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Northern disco general and machine music lover Craig Bratley is back with a firing new EP on his own Magic Feet label. It features one track from him with Danielle Moore from Crazy P, plus a remix from Andrew Weatherall and one from Heretic.
Musik Nonstop - No Runnin Away Feat. Sunny
Musik Nonstop
No Runnin Away Feat. Sunny
12" | 2016 | UK | Original (Magic Feet)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Those familiar with the world of dub disco and modern Balearica should know all about Layne Fox, a San Francisco-based producer who has released some killer records over the last decade as part of noted collective 40 Thieves. The Bay Area ensemble has been responsible for some killer records, including gems on Rong Music and Leng, who released their expansive debut album The Sky Is Yours back in 2014. Now, Fox has decided to go it alone for an outing on Magic Feet that marks his first solo outing since 2005's Move Me under the Tuffy alias. It's something of a gem, too, effortlessly combining many of his familiar influences with nods towards druggy Italo-disco and horizontal pop. Fox delivers two contrasting versions of No Runnin' Away. There's a Vocal Mix, where Sunny's icy, atmospheric voice drifts over a chugging mid-tempo groove built around a Moroder-style bassline, swirling electronics, dreamy chords and metronomic beats. Typically, Fox also provides a tasty Dub, where select vocal snippets drift in an out of a delay and reverb heavy mix that also gives increased prominence to his stretched-out synths and late night electronics.
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