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Es.Q - Tail Winds
Es.Q
Tail Winds
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Shabby Doll)
9,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
It's a universal truth that sometimes we all need a little time out. But time away from the coal face doesn't necessarily mean putting your feet up, and though Sheffield house master Squarehead has taken a break from the release schedule of late, he's remained hard at work in the studio. Squarehead is back, this time as ES.Q. And not only does he have a gleaming new name, he also has a freshened-up sound after months in the studio perfecting a crisp new audio signature. His new release Tail Winds / Workin' Hard Or Hardly Workin', features two fearsome cuts that are set to wreak havoc across dancefloors. Tail Winds is a whirlwind of clipped vocal snippets and relentless drums that build an initially air-whipped techy house tune into a track of raw intensity. Over on the flip is Workin' Hard or Hardly Workin', a plaintive vocal refrain wrapped round a thudding and irresistible groove. If ES.Q is an alter ego of Squarehead, the latter is also sometimes known as young house aficionado Oliver Ledger. He retains the thrill and sparkle that gives dance music its inexplicable power over mind and body - so keep your ears on ES.Q and feel the music blowing through your soul...
Tooth Faeries - The Sound
Tooth Faeries
The Sound
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Shabby Doll)
7,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Tooth Faeries brings together Mark Brydon and Parrot. The Sound is their new release on Shabby Doll - two versions of the title cut plus the gently pulsing Love & Resistance. Deeply melodic yet also crisp and compelling, The Sound layers Carmen Squire's lush vocal over a martial drum beat, unleashing a dose of deep Sheffield bass just when it matters most. It's an arresting and irresistible record, disarmingly simple and yet designed to stick fast in the memory. Mark Brydon established the groundbreaking FON studio and label in Sheffield, and went on to head up the FON Force production team. He then delivered a string of global hits with Roisin Murphy as Moloko. Parrot was one of the pioneer DJs who first brought House music to the UK, playing at the legendary Jive Turkey parties alongside Shabby Doll labelmate Winston Hazel. His 'Sweet Exorcist' collaboration with Cabaret Voltaire's Richard H. Kirk became the first album release on Warp Records, and helped to define the bleep Techno sound. Constantly reinventing himself, his recent Crooked Man project has been receiving worldwide acclaim. And though Brydon and Parrot are key players in the history of British dance music, there's no doubt about it: Tooth Faeries aren't thinking about the past. They're too busy delivering The Sound of now.
Nail - Nite Music
Nail
Nite Music
2LP | 2015 | EU | Original (Shabby Doll)
18,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Nail is a bit of a legend. With his career flourishing once again it seems there are plenty of ears alert to his next musical move: a limited edition and individually numbered nine-track double pack on Shabby Doll called "Nite Music". And they're not going to be disappointed. This collection shimmers and shines, packed with gleaming house music designed both for early evening head-nodding and early hours hands-in-the-air moments. From deeply delicious tracks like "Angel Dub" and "Lunar Views" to harder-edged delights like "Track Two" and "Bikky Swing", Nail has created another must-have set for the fast-expanding Shabby Doll catalogue.
South West Seven - BT1
South West Seven
BT1
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Shabby Doll)
9,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
No sleep for those guys at Shabby Doll Records. Not long since Nail's Lost Trax 1997 sold out shortly after going on sale, and they are already about to drop SHB014... This time Shabby Doll bring a killer package from two of the most highly respected men in house music today - South West Seven. South West Seven are Montel and Sean Grieve. These guys have a track record to die for. Their collab label "Seven Music" has released tracks from the likes of COEO, Rhythm Operator, Giovanni Damico, Death On The Balcony and of course the man Montel himself. As a production duo, they've released on labels Kolour Ltd, On The Prowl, Sccucci Manucci, Carry On, and Solardisco. But when Shabby Doll came calling, shit got serious. The result was three shimmering new cuts, on yellow vinyl no less. It's a vibrant thing! The EP is BT1. Strong. P.S. And just when you thought it couldn't get any better, along comes Shabby Doll favourite, "Quell" on the remix. Angelic.
Oushe - Starz On 33
Oushe
Starz On 33
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Shabby Doll)
9,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The enigmatic Oushe has already remixed a stack of tracks in the Shabby Doll catalogue and from his studio, surrounded by his beloved analogue machines, produced a slew of dancefloor hits for others. Now though, he's ready for the limelight and with his solo 'Starz On 33 EP', it's clear he's got the slippery world of celebrity on his mind. His debut EP packs in a quartet of raw, percussive, heavyweight house cuts that are guaranteed to make any dancefloor shake. Impressive stuff - a taste of the future now.
Nail - Lugholes
Nail
Lugholes
12" | 2013 | EU | Original (Shabby Doll)
9,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Nail is Neil Tolliday, the producer who made a name for himself round the turn of the millennium as one half of downtempo duo Bent. With four studio albums to their name, plus 'best of' sets, mix collections and other trawls through their archives, Bent soundtracked the decade's more chilled out moments with some exquisite tune making and inspired sample selections. But Nail maintained his love of deep jacking house music throughout the years of Bent's success, and earlier in 2013, Shabby Doll released the 'Donks' EP, his first new solo material for some time. "Donks" was closely followed by "Yonks", also on Shabby Doll, and now the label is set to release a third four-tracker from Nail: titled "LugHoles", the set delivers a quartet of high quality house tracks straight into your, er, lugholes.
Squarehead - Bats & Stuff EP
Squarehead
Bats & Stuff EP
12" | 2013 | EU | Original (Shabby Doll)
8,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Squarehead is the latest young producer to sparkle on Shabby Doll, with his "Bats and Stuff" EP delivering yet more bump and wallop for the discerning house head. Otherwise known as Oliver Ledger, Squarehead is possessed of a precocious talent and his debut 'Keep It Moving' EP on Bad Taste was a Juno Download number one, while his records have won hard-earned airplay on Radio One thanks to supporters like Toddla T and Skream - and with DJ appearances across Europe plus his own 5ANDSEVEN label, he's right at the heart of Sheffield's current underground scene. Squarehead's latest is a collection of crisp house tracks that crackle with a twitching percussive energy and exert a warm bass embrace; titled 'Bats and Stuff', the vinyl features four new tunes built for the dancefloor, including a hefty 'Bats' remix by Shabby Doll fellow traveller Jack Fell Down.
Mella Dee - Things Don't Change EP
Mella Dee
Things Don't Change EP
12" | 2013 | EU | Original (Shabby Doll)
8,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
If there's one thing in this world that's certain, it's that things change. And in the life of one dance producer with a new release on Sheffield's Shabby Doll, there have been transitions aplenty. With a switch from garage to house, a move from Doncaster to London, and a change of identity from Ryan Aitchison to Mella Dee, his spacious four- to-the-floor sound has emerged from a state of constant flux. And yet... the more things change, the more they stay the same. “Things Don't Change” is the name of Mella Dee's new Shabby Doll EP, and when you tune into the title track's compulsive twitch, you can hear the echo of his South Yorkshire antecedents coming through. Could that be something like an early Warp drum rattle? A Sweet Exorcist groove? Maybe, maybe not. But the influence seems even stronger on the EP's second tune, “Ripe Traxx”, with its hollow bass and four-note steel drum-like refrain. Mella Dee has deejayed on some of the biggest stages, including Fabric, Sub Club and Tramlines, and has released on the likes of Forefront, Coyote and Sccucci Manucci, so although his other life as one half of UK garage duo Mistamen is never far away – in the crisp scattering of the high-hats, and the bass's heavy growl – the “Things Don't Change” tracks form a house quartet that's both fresh and familiar all at the same time. With remixes from James Welsh (who has recorded for Wall of Sound and Wolf Music) and Sheffield's Oushe (who previously remixed fellow Shabby Doll artists Gosoul), “Things Don't Change” is a dose of c'est la vie for the soul – a reminder that while Mella Dee may be moving onwards and upwards, great house music is just great house music.
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