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Boom Bap Hip-Hop on 7inch

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From today in our Bandcamp the first vinyl by Emcee G Roc Gayle & Moar aka THE VIBE DROPS is now avaible !
few copy coming soon in your favorite records store of course 😉


Troupeau Bleu by CORTEX in Blue Wax !

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Hey finaly we press a limited Tropeau Bleu vinyl LP in blue wax and you can grab it on our Bandcamp
Soon in your favorite records store 😉
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Portablism 7inch !

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Next delivery for 45 lovers 🙂

Cortex 7 inch !

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Glad to presents this Gem on wax 🙂

Moar “Mes Influences Remixed” LP & CD

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In Stock as LP Vinyl & Digipack CD !
feat remixes by Jimmy Jay (Mc Solaar historic beatmaker), Lord Funk (Boogie Butt / Kourtrajmé), Mr Bop (aka Dj Damage from Jazz Liberatorz) & many more talented beat makers 😉

Exclusive Repress !!

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Guy Cuevas - Obsession

Pioneer DJ, Guy Cuevas made his name by being one of the first residents in the famous parisian club Le Palace, shortly after it opened in 1978. Attracting some of the biggest names in the entertainment business like Prince, Madonna, Kenzo, Serge Gainsbourg, the location was a must-go for any one wanting to party over the Paris adopted Cuban expat’s amazing selection.

Released in 1983, Guy Cuevas’ 12” Single “Obsession” is probably one of the best French Disco-Boogie records, enriched by Jean-Paul Goude’s artwork for the cover.

The A-side’s Nassau mix by François K is a sensual and airy journey, while the B-side’s London mix offers a more realistic approach that will please the more classic-listening disco enthusiasts.

To this day this is a limited repress to 1000.


releases June 9, 2017

music & lyrics by Guy Cuevas

remastered by Frank @ The Carvery (London – UK)


New digital EP !

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Juno Review : Regularly found doing the business for Rebel Hearts and Editorial, there can be no doubt that Jay Airness’ disco edit credentials are up there with the best. On this EP for Trad Vibe there’s no holding back, as “Turn Off TV” lays the cheeky samples on thick and the rhythm section gets a serious buffing for maximum soundsystem impact. Veering between hip hop-esque sampling and plush melodic content, it’s a full-bodied jam that demands your attention. DJ Color C2 delivers an equally exuberant remix with a motorik thrum, while FabioLous rubs a leaner concoction out of the component parts.