Celebrating 30 years in the game for Z Records with this exclusive bundle deal, grab a copy of EP 1 & EP 5 for a discounted price.
Celebrating 30 years in the game for Z Records with a series of 12” vinyl EP’s containing some of the most sought-after remixes from the esteemed Z back catalogue. Part 1 sees highly desired cuts from Dave Lee, The Sunburst Band, Patrice Rushden, Akabu, Andre Lodemann, Hot Toddy, Sean McCabe and Atjazz.
First up, Dave Lee’s incredible Extended Disco Mix of Patrice Rushen – Haven’t You Heard, housed on the ‘Remixed With Love By Dave Lee (Part A)’ EP. Andre Lodemann’s remix of Akabu – Another World takes the second spot, a jazzy, synth laden house groover from the 2010 Summer Sampler EP that goes for up to £40 on the second-hand market.
On the flip side, Crazy P’s Hot Toddy provides the goods with a driving, funk remix of The Sunburst Band – Taste The Groove. Previously found on the limited edition 2013 RSD remix EP, it’s been trading hands for close to three figures. Finally, a Dave Lee edit of Atjazz’s remix of Sean McCabe – Reach Out ft. Hannah Khemoh, a vocal house shuffler from Attack The Dancefloor Volume Eight that’s been going for £60 on Discogs.
All in all, this is an absolute must for any discerning digger and the perfect way to kick start the 30th anniversary celebrations.
Part five in a series of 12” vinyl EP’s celebrating 30 years of Z Records and the legendary Dave Lee. Featuring sought-after tracks and remixes by, Joey Negro, The Sunburst Band, Loose Change & Gwen Guthrie.
First up the funk fuelled boogie of ‘Stomp Your Feet’ gets a more hypnotic nu disco groove flip from the ever dependable, super talented Hot Toddy delivering a mix that builds and builds. Following that, one of THE best dancefloor tracks of all time, Loose Change ‘Straight From The Heart’ gets the rework treatment from Joey Negro, elevating it even further into stratospheric, peak party anthem territory.
Flip it over to find Dennis Ferrer taking on the sophisticated disco of The Sunburst Band ‘Journey To The Sun’, turning it into a deep but powerful bass heavy groove with techy stabbing synths under those dreamy vocals. Finally, closing out the package a trademark Joey Negro remix of the classic Gwen Guthrie - What A Life that’s sure-fire feel good power.