Mustafa Ali’s classic UK deep house LP, originally out on BPM in 1990, with his killer Distant Drums twelve appended.
Classic late-eighties New York house.
Dean Blunt from Hype Williams frothing like a crackhead-pimp over ultra-phased, effects-laden, knackered disco-house… great fun.
Sumptuous, must-have, unreleased, killer Chicago house from the second half of the 1980s, drawn from hundreds of four-tracks. Gotta be the five-piece vinyl: thirty tracks, silkscreened box etc… tremendous.
Landmark Detroit techno, top-notch Derrick, from the long-gone Relics LP: their first time out on a twelve. A limited edition, in a smart die-cut sleeve.