Saturday, January 23, 2010

WORKING MAMA 12" ON PPU

LIMITED PRESSING of this monstrous 12" from PPU. Originally released by an anonymous artist, default name would be Bozeman & Roberts. I'm guessing this was pressed in Chicago or somewhere near Illinois. Bassline sounds a little bit like Hypnotic's "are you lonely" ..... that is a good thing. The flipside is more killer boogie, have a listen below.


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Monday, January 18, 2010

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GEORGE SMALLWOOD - JUST 4 YOU

GEORGE SMALLWOOD's sole LP, "Just 4 You" was recently re-released by Jazzman Records (UK). I just got the CD in the mail, it sounds great. I was happy with how they handled the liner notes and the track order, good job laddies. I helped them out a little by ripping about 6 songs from 7" singles I received from Smallwood back in the day (officially kept for George in light of emergency situations like this!).

SNEAK PREVIEW OF "JUST 4 YOU" ON FRYER'S PAGE

The Washington City Paper has formally acknowledged George as well in the form of this article which I also contributed to CITY PAPER INTERVIEW WITH SMALLWOOD. Word on the street or shall I say "rumour has it" that this interview is scheduled to appear in a future Wax Poetics as well. Kudos George.

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Sunday, January 3, 2010

BOB CHANCE



YET ANOTHER left field disco anthem on the widely unknown Morrhythm Records out of Huntington Beach, CA. Also on this label is the synth freakout disco LP from Tony Rizzi, "Disco Pacific". Bob Chance seems to have an underground rep for Negativeland using his tune "Van Man", which is a song about picking up young girls in a Van. Here we are listening to a brief edit I did of the title track from the LP, "It's Broken".

BOB CHANCE - "It's Broken" (fixed version by Disco Tom)