Hysteric – Extraterrestrial [MSDN1202]

The man from down under has been on a roll lately with his recent mix and EP with Public Possession as well as his blood-sucking edit on Salamanca. Taking pointers from the movie star E.T. he phoned home after a successful European tour as part of the Bordello a Parigi crew. Here, Hysteric follows up Mysidian’s debut release “Italo-Record” with 5 extraterrestrial edits that’ll make for a great soundtrack to your exit from Planet Earth and return to your home-planet.

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Hysteric – Extraterrestrial [MSDN1202]

Francisco – Lineabeat Vol. 2 [SLOMO020]

Francisco returns to Slow Motion for the second in our of retro-dance-floor series; Linea Beat volume 2. Drum beats are rolling and lazers are scanning for a double a-side of vintage yet futuristic discoid funk. Relentless hand claps, ghostly Italo voices and killer bass lines that comes on like the B-52’s of your alternative-universe wet dream. This is the sound of a sweaty cellar at 2am on a Monday morning with a uniquely Italian twist.

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Francisco – Lineabeat Vol. 2 [SLOMO020]

Payfone – Quarantine [CHANNEL062]

Since donning the Payfone guise, former Kitty Bronx and Leon Lace man Phil Passera has yet to put a foot wrong. Both 2013 debut “International Smark” and last year’s “Paradise” – the latter for Phil South’s Golf Channel imprint – were both superb exercises in re-imagining New York boogie for the house generation. He’s at it again here, with “Quarantine” offering the perfect blend of jaunty electrofunk synths, early New York garage dubbiness, effortlessly soulful vocals, rubbery disco bass and a dash of Giorgio Moroder. Flipside “Padre Pray For Us” is an altogether deeper, woozier proposition, with blazed drums, hazy Rhodes keys and fluid synths being joined by a killer trumpet solo – the kind that makes you want to close your eyes and just drift away.

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Payfone – Quarantine [CHANNEL062]

Ubre Blanca – The Sadist [GD012]

Picking up the studded gauntlet thrown down by such luminaries as Heldon, Goblin, Zombi and Simon Boswell comes Glaswegian duo Ubre Blanca. Five tracks of Gothic Distopia with an occult leaning matched only by the legends that were Jacula. Giallo Disco is proud to present ‘The Sadist’ by this incredible group.

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Ubre Blanca – The Sadist [GD012]