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Disco Discharge Compilations Competition

It’s competition time here again at the venerable Heads Down, and this time I have an interesting series from Harmless called Disco Discharge. It’s compiled over four packages and eight CDs (it’s freekin’ massive!) comprising of Disco Fever USA (as you’d imagine), Mondo Disco, Euro Beats (some gems here amongst the predictably dodgy gear) and […]

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Crue-L Grand Orchestra ‘(You Are) More Than Paradise’ (Theo Parrish Long Version 1)(Crue-L Records)

I feel like such a darned hypocrite when it comes to Theo Parrish, the remixer of this record (see my rant about Billy Love for some clarification). I’ve thought him overrated for so long, yet now I think he’s a genius. Inconsistent much? Still, I continue to think his early records are crappy, but I […]

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Roy Matthews (Vinyl Factory) Interview

This month I thought I’d continue my trend away from DJ’s and producers (don’t worry, they’ll be back) and towards the unsung heroes of the music industry world: the visual artists, industry heads and manufacturers. Roy Matthews is a legend in the field of vinyl record production, an engineer who’s spirited passion for vinyl is […]

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Pete Herbert Interview

Even if you don’t know the name Pete Herbert, it’s highly likely you own at least one of his productions. As Reverso 68 (with Phil Mison) he became one of the most prolific remixers in the UK music industry during the last two years. He’s known for his multi-alias collaborations: Bushflange, LSB with Baby G, […]

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