Friday, February 19, 2010

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Between Now and Then
OUT NOW on Endless Flight

Juno
Phonica
Rush Hour

Turntable Lab review:

Canadian Eddie C is officially cult now. Now that he's appeared on Japan's Endless Flight imprint, it's just a matter of time before he hits the geeked out level of The Revenge and Mark E. I totally think he deserves the status, maybe on the strength of his soul edits alone. Yeah, the re-dub of Curtis Mayfield's "Give Me Your Love(1)" is so finessed, not one misplaced element or filter. He's also very consistent, check the equally stellar "Between Now and Then(2)" which freaks a female soul sample or "You Know How(3)," a hypnotic dance track that utilizes latin percussion. Recommended.

Phonica review:

EDDIE C is now a must have name in Disco and Disco House. Having previously relesed on top labels such as Flashback, Wolf Music, Jiscomusic and more. His recent 7" edit was sold out before it went on the shelf. Endless Flight sign up the Canadian producer who serves up four tracks that do not dissapoint. Deep dubby, vocal and summery this ticks a whole heap of boxes. This is going to be a big seller.

5 comments:

  1. yet again eddie fantastic release

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  2. Hey Eddie

    Aaron here from Phonica. I wrote that!!!!

    Loving it. Me and Vangelis have giving it a big push already!

    aaronchild@gmail.com

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  3. -Hey hey! Thanks Aaron! I'm honoured. Your shop is great. I hope to visit it soon:)

    -Many thanks for all the kind words and support PRLD!

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