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Kurt Baggaley – Population Too Late

Released in 2011, on the Italian label HotMix Records  “Magic Of Human EP” written and produced by Kurt Baggaley. This EP consists of five tracks reminiscent of the glorious productions on NuGroove Records, features in-depth New Wave and retro analog sounds throughout. Kurt Baggaley has also made a recent return to HotMix with a new EP – Family Resemblance....
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Various Artists – The Many Shades of Soul Notes, Vol. 2

Months ago, I remember how excited I was at the initial announcement of the ‘Many Shades’ volumes. Label owner Mario Castillo, known well for his productions as Kastil, simply teased these compilations with a photo on the label’s Facebook page. My excitement was not unfounded, as some of my favourite tracks of the last two years had appeared under the Soul Notes banner. The first volume of ‘Many Shades’ has easily racked up the most amount of plays out of all of my purchases so far this year. I can happily say the second volume is catching up on that number of plays, while having come out 3 months after the first. The still-mysterious Crue opens the EP with “VCO Mfkr”, an incredibly raw, acid jam with a kick that hits hard. It has a more classic, techier sound than all of the other Crue...
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