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Hot on the heels of last year’s incredible ’28 After’ album, Black Devil return with their sinister, psychedelic disco sound which recalls both Joy Division and Giorgio Moroder. Containing 6 electronic ‘dub’ versions of the album tracks by the Devil himself plus 6 by some of the Devil’s biggest fans who just happen to be some of the best exponents of the cosmic nu disco sound.   The album pushes the sonic envelope far out into deepest realms of cosmic disco exploration. Elitechnique fresh from their remix for Alden Tyrell and 12” on the mighty Clone label, turn in an absolutely storming euro monster and what’s this the vocals are now in French? Suitably bizarre!  The mighty Prins Thomas stretches the original out into an elastic tripped out space monster.  Brooklyn’s finest, the illustrious In Flagranti turn in a chunky, deep and bumping mix that makes you want to wiggle and grin. NICE NICE NICE!  Quiet Village have been having it away all over the place recently, with incredible mixes for Allez Allez, The Gorillas and Cosmo Vitelli plus their always sold out, impossible to find releases on Whatever We Want. They produce a taut psychological thriller worthy of John Carpenter. This really has to be heard on a big system to be believed.  Black Mustang take you on a twisted Goblin like journey into the darkest recesses of the acid disco brain. Look out for their forthcoming 12” with Kerrier District and Sleeparchive.  And to cap it all Unit 4 aka Jupiter Black/Isolators turn in perhaps their deepest hit yet. A beautiful, brooding slice of 21st century electronics.  A few words about ’28 After’:  'phenomenal…like Cerrone remixed by Martin Hannett' Other Music  'full-on Euro-disco...genius...irresistible'. - Pitchfork  ‘italo house archivists will chew their faces off for a copy of this astounding record’ Dazed & Confused  ‘six incredible ‘new’ tracks from Black Devil’ VICE  ‘beautiful… glitterball decadence’ BBC Collective  ‘truly strange disco magic’ Uncut  ‘like Lindstrom and Prins Thomas on very evil acid’ I-D  ‘sounding GOOD !!!!! Lindstrom  ‘fantastic’ Prins Thomas  ‘I love this project’ Morgan Geist (Metro Area)

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