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Al Gobi

Halfway House

Disco Bloodbath
Release number five is upon us from reputable party-cum-label collective, Disco Bloodbath, and it's showing no signs of letting up with its, seemingly, 'quality guaranteed' dogma. A weighty house cut that could have been made circa '94 in deepest, darkest Miami, this Murk-inspired tune jacks in all the right places. Wild Geese add a more NYC flavour, with raw Todd Terry-style drums and staccato vocal clips. Legendary Sheffield producer DJ Parrot (Sweet Exorcist), here as Crooked Man, drops a thoroughly bonkers, and utterly original, makeover - with muted horns and stumbling rhythm sections. Superb.