Well we all like a bloody good bang and luckily November will supply. Be it with fireworks or decent tunes this month looks set to go off, all loud and sparkly and glorious like. First to light our fire this month is DJ Dan’s DIsko-Funk Odyssey on Guesthouse Music. Expect disco, house and techno tricks galore as Dan puts the soul and fun back into house music. If you like your techno to come with a side helping of credibility then you won’t get better than Catz n Dogz Body Language 12 on Get Physical. Their debut official compilation knocks spots off the competition as they delve into every genre to produce a mix that is world class. Also worth your attention are the bleeps and beeps that are the sonic essay DRM by Crosson & Merveille on Visionquest. More intelligence giving than a pair of Wayfarers. Get it.
And this months ‘wow cor blimey missus that is too, too good’ longplayers? First up is the genius of Mario Basanov’s Journey on Needwant. We’ve had this on repeat since it landed in our inbox so intoxicating is Mario’s take on that warm wonderful electronic space between deep house, broken beat, nu jazz, disco, acid and electro. Basically this will tick every box you have and then some. Vocal, deep and delicious. Just as it should be. Our mix of the month comes courtesy of the treasure that is Guy Williams and his Hidden Pleasures MixTape 1. Grab its low-slung funk wonder now at soundcloud.com/guy-williams. Also keeping us sweet and sauced up is the brilliant Classic through the eyes of: Severino on The Classic Music Company. It has everything you expect when you put yourselves in the hands of seasoned and stylish DJ. Quality tunes, rare gems and a mix that keeps you dancing till the cops come knocking (or at least the nieghbours!) A nod to the wonders of Classic Records through the ears of the mighty Severino. What, we ask, could be better? Enjoy.
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Wildblood and Queenie November Nuggets
1. Ben Pearce What I Might Do (Club Mix) MTA Records
Heaven on a loop that will ensnare your soul, heart and dancing feet.
2. DJ Chus & Matthew Codek Movin’ And Groovin’ (Electronic Youth Remix) Maquina
Our tune of Brighton Pride gets a very special rework. Delicious.
3. Destiny’s Child Say My Name (Cyril Hahn Remix) White
Enchanting wonder that will haunt you for months to come.
4. 2 Good Souls Got This Feeling (Original Mix) Maquina
Jackin’ deep house that demands an arse wiggle of the special kind.
5. Maxxi Soundsystem Stella’s Way (Huxley Remix) Ellum
A sound venture from our Maxxi that delivers the right kind of groove.
6. Nick Hook Open Our Peoples Eyes (Original Mix) Jeepers
Local lad comes up tech-ni-lovely with this solid slice of house.
7. Mic Newman & Garry Todd The Shelter Illusion Recordings
It’s like 1991 all over again – minus the dodgy dungarees!
8. Johnny Fiasco I Want It (Original Mix) Nordic Trax
Sweeping electronic that delights with its uplifting tendencies.
9. Phil Weeks Acid Pattern – 909 Tools EP Robsoul Records
We bleeping, bleeping, bleeping love this acid bleeper.
10. Kariya Let Me Love You For Tonight (Electronic Youth Remix) Sexy Trash Digital
For Simon and Grace. Our love (and that of so many) is right beside you.