Manchester’s Stretford Dog’s Club has done a mix of unreleased music, including a Flash Atkins track from the vaults feat. Crazy P’s Danielle Moore and remixed by Magik Johnson.
We Are Woodville and Paper Recordings’ very own loser super hero Flash Atkins returns to centre stage with another genre-busting EP on We Are Woodville and two brand new cuts that delve deep into the realms of nu disco.
The In Crowd is a chunky and chugging groove laden number based round a hefty Roxy Music sample. It’s got some heavy synths, a big break and is a perfect peaktime roof raiser!
Flash’s Theme is a laid back and jazz infused disco affair. Ronny Jordan inspired guitar lines jam over a warm bed of live drums, full bass and keys to deliver a simply infectious and timeless record.
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Jazzanova – Nice 12″, The In Crowd gets my support.
Chris Duckenfield : Flash’s Theme sounds like E-Lustrious remixing D-Train in the Arndale Centre.
Rob Mello – Flash’s Theme sounds great!
Billy Scurry – Blinding release, quite hard to chose a fav butboth killer tracks… Flash is in well funky mode!!
Diskjokke – Like The In Crowd reminds me of some of those old guerilla tracks.
Ashley Beedle – Mr Atkins always brings a smile to my face. Roxy Music get’s carved up and Flash’s Theme is a beauty as well.
James Teej (Rekids) – Great, great music! Atkins is the man!
Faze Action – Very good, I like!
Sebastian Döring – Flash’s Theme…oh yeah!
The Dead Rose Music Company – The In Crowd floats my boat and will defo get dropped
Eric Duncan (Rub ‘n Tug) – Cool!!!!
Jim Baron (Crazy P) – I’m in with The In Crowd. Heavy stuff!
Fred Everything – Flash’s Theme for me.
Tim Love Lee – Lovely stuff.
Magik Johnson – The In Crowd for me, Fatboy Slim meets DFA. Love the sleeve too.
Leftside Wobble – Proper rockin’ buisness!
Trent Grimes (MOS) – Flash is king!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Both dope jams!
Kiko Navarro – Excellent tracks, great for those new people who like what they call nu-disco.
Stuart Knight (Toolroom) – Flash’s theme is the one for me “PROPER”
Joshua Iz – Simply good choons.
Murray Richardson – Liking The In Crowd Flashman!!!
Disco Outcasts – Massive killer track!!
Dave Pezzner – Wow! Very nice. Flash’s theme is fantastic.
Krysko – The In Crowd… monster hook, will do the business for sure.
Craig Smith (6th Borough Project) – Diggin’ on Flash’s Theme
Diesel (X-Press 2) – Liking it. Will play on show.
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NZ resident and old friend of Paper, Dick Johnson kicks off his new label Neat Music with Maya Vanya vs. Magik Johnson’s Don’t Need No-One.
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Leftside Wobble : The Chaos In The CBD is so deep and soulful. Pure nu skool funk flava’s.
Stevie Sole : Magik Johnson Mix DOPE
Kiko Navarro : I think is a good release for all those who like the broken beat and the sound of Bugz in the Attic.
Crispin Dior : I think the vocals sit best with Chaos in the CBD mix by a long way. This broken vibe certainly has a grip.
The Lovely Jonjo : Love love love the original. Amazing vocal bring on summer already.
Aldrin Zouk : Fab slice of primal groove! Instrumental is a perfect addition.
Danny Mac : Rob 3’s mix is the one for me. Dark and moody, love the percussion. In the box for the weekend!
Karoshi : Digging the label ethos and the MJ remix is sweet.
Stuart Patterson : Nice set of varied mixes but good to have some proper variations in there .
Nathan Detroit : Love Dick!! Nice work & original for me.
Murray Richardson : Brilliant, love this 1st release from Neat – solid as you like!
1. MayaVanya vs Magik Johnson – Don’t Need No One
2. ZZT – Zzafrica
3. Oliver $ & Jan Driver – Down
4. Aphex Twin – Windowlicker (Renaissance Man Booty)
5. Crookers – Knobbers (Keith & Suppabeatz Mix)
6. Radioslave – Rooftop
7. John Daly – Big Piano
8. H.O.S.H – Cash The Chord
9. Worthy – Work the Walls (Magik Johnson Mix/Tom Flynn Edit)
10. Gil Scott Heron – New York is Killing Me (Jamie XX Mix)
Love The World is infectious to say the least – think Seenlufts Manilla produced by Richard X (those fat Numan/League synths) and you’re getting close, says – Jerry Bouthier (Kitsune / Boombox / M8)
Love The World is a hypnotically funky, synth laden, speaker drenching, dance floor banger. The Ingo Star Cruiser remix is already receiving boundless superlatives for it’s jackin baselines, pummelling electro funk and dance floor swagger by man of the moment Erol Alkan. These two stuttered and filtered good-time thumpers are destined for night-time hot spots across the land.
Sam and Dan Burt are the genre mesh heads behind Karoshi Bros, who started their career in a rock outfit with Lucas from Maximo Park. However, finding themselves gravitating to an eclectic sound of triphop and electronic music the brothers broke away, creating tracks where the lyrics are as important as the beats. ‘Myspace is yours, Your space is mine, We’re all selling cheap, We’re the latest freaks, A desperate peeping show, On the video’
Originally titled Fuck The World was meant as a protest song born out of frustration at label bosses demanding The Karoshi Bros write tracks for Backstreet Boys. What they did instead was write about all the filth and shit in life, ‘We’ve both mellowed a bit recently hence, Love The World’
Using vocals of people who have NEVER sung before keeps each track completely unique, the Love The World singer was found via Myspace in China. Keep your ears open for the follow up track with vocals laid down by a French law student singing about a drag queen.
A planned series of warehouse parties and gigs will showcase the gritty, intensity of the group live. Fronted by two alternatives, the first of which is POP, a riotous cross between Iggy Pop and Keith Flint, who in his spare time enjoys face diving off balconies, reconstructive surgery and rupturing shoulders.
The latter, JJ is your dark and twisted early Gwen Stefani, ‘we’re loving this collaborative vibe where people can jump in and out creating things with us, all boundaries have gone.
Love The World is just the start of what’s to come from Yorkshire’s answer to Justice.Download the EP from all good stores and you’ll find the limited vinyl in all good indie shops – or you get the 7″ and everything else including free downloads and Ts from our shop.
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