Magdy El Hossainy – Music De Carnaval (Discotheque Fantastique Rework)

This Egyptian jazz funk hidden treasure from Magdy El Hossainy called ‘Music De Carnaval’ was officially repressed by Pépite records in France on 7″ and Discotheque Fantastique have reworked it to perfection. There’s so much to like in here with little flourishes of percussion everywhere and an overall groove that dissolves time itself. – Magnier…

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Ennio Morricone – A Fistful Of Dollars (Beto Edit)

Ennio Morricone is the king of western movie soundtracks. You know his compositions even if you don’t, or think you don’t. Anyway Beto seems to have been having an absolute hoot in the studio making this one taking Ennio’s iconic theme from ‘Fistful of Dollars’ and making something with a bit more tempo and, well,…

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Brooklyn Dream – Street Man (OOFT! Edit)

Anything Goes is The Rollover Edit Service (from the boys at Rollover Milan) that pays homage to the spirit linked to Balearic music and beyond. Their latest edit is from Glasgow’s OOFT! who we’ve loved for years now. His version is a lot more low slung and deep than the original and his arrangement is…

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Rare Silk – Storm (Jerry Swinefeld Edit)

Ok this ones a bit of a rabbit hole so bear with me. What we have today is an edit of a cover of an original. The original ‘Storm’ by Stanley Turrentine, released in 1971, was covered by Rare Silk who added the stunning vocals in 1985 and really added the standout production. This cover…

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Artphorm – Watt’s Life If It Isn’t Music

Something to ease you into the week today. A beautiful vocal extract of an Allan Watts lecture put together in perfect harmony by Artphorm. It’s the kind of thing that is perfect to start a set with or just to reset your mindset on a tuesday afternoon. – Magnier Here’s a free download for you:…

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Jain – Makeba (Discothèque Fantastique remix)

Jain’s ‘Makeba’ is all kinds of famous, 56 million views on Youtube, but for once it’s pretty well deserved, it’s absolutely great pop music, full of creativity and with a unreal video. Anyway, there’s something about the hook in the track that screams to be made a little tougher and more club friendly, thats where…

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Gil Scott-Heron – B Movie (Lac’s give em hell edit)

‘B Movie’ is one of our favourite laments from Gil Scott-Heron, who if you don’t know you should really spend some time remedying that sad state of affairs. Anyway, Hober Mallow has respectfully chopped and coaxed the original into this wonderful arrangement. Not straying too far from the original source is key here, and the…

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Medlar & MSSS – Baby Gone Batshit

Medlar loves getting his sticky mits into a good collaboration and this one off joining of forces with MSSS has yielded something special. ‘Baby Gone Batshit’ may seem long at nearly 8 minutes but it never tires, permutating between splashy dubbed out deepness then breaching explosions of joyous, hooky vocals. I for one would love…

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Grace Jones – La Vie En Rose (Mr Leigh rework)

Grace Jones in a totally unique human, her music is only part of the puzzle but it’s a big part and Mr Leigh’s edit of her ‘La Vie En Rose’ doesn’t do much to Grace’s tribute of the Edith Piaf original. This edit serves more to encourage you to seek out the hidden gems in…

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Vasco Rossi – Splendida Giornata (Eric Duncan Edit)

Milanese party people ‘Rollover Milano’ have been putting out a string of lovely edits recently as part of a series called ‘Anything Goes’. Not your average run of the mill stuff, which is a breath of fresh air and this windswept edit from Eric Duncan is no different. Music for sunsets on the high seas.…

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