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Charanjit Singh Ten Ragas To A Disco Beat
Astounding 1982 attempt to feed ancient raga forms to the synths (and temperament) which would define Acid, the Roland TB-303 and TR-808. Pulsating, minimal grooves, a living Indian antecedent of House.






Delroy Edwards L.I.E.S. XMAS
The storming Heart And Soul.



Rene Audiard Cywilizacja
Original, mystical, minimal house excursions, over fourteen and twelve minutes respectively.



New Age Dance Dawn Of A New Age
Mustafa Ali's classic UK deep house LP, originally out on BPM in 1990, with his killer Distant Drums twelve appended.



B-Tracks Flightless
Another storming, ranging EP from the New Yorkers: heavy-duty, soulful machine-funk for the dancefloor, charged and swinging with old-school Chicago vibes.



MK Underground Classics 1
Slamming, early-nineties, underground garage-house pieces of heaven, super-charged with sex and bumping grooves. Jodeci, Happy Head, potty-mouthed Ethyl Meatplow, Bette Midler. True house solid gold.



Maxmillion Dunbar House Of Woo
An entertaining mess of house, boogie and synthy interzones. Playful, not self-indulgent. Presumably a tribute to Bernie Worrell: it's true to the Funkadelic legacy. (Insurance Man, though... a hard act to follow.)




Head High It's A Love Thing
Storming, raw, nineties rave vibes.




Zombie Zombie Illuminations EP
With a deep, epic, Moodymann-style, fourteen-minute mix from Sex Tags don Sotofett.



Main Street Round One: I'm Your Brother
Besides Basic Channel and Maurizio, in 1994 Mark and Moritz set up Main Street, for song-oriented, vocal house. This first single whips an Isleys b-line, and features Londoner Andy Cunningham, and a Chez ní Trent.