Mock & Toof are two London based producers, Duncan Stump (Mock) and Nick Woolfson (Toof), who record for Tiny Sticks (UK), Mule Musiq (Japan) & DFA Records. They were initially noticed with their remix for The Juan Maclean, which was quickly followed up by their re-edit of Madonna's Lycra Virgin. Following more remixes for the likes of Hot Chip, The Scissor Sisters & Maps, Mock & Toof strengthened their position with widely acclaimed singles for Tiny Sticks (Black Jub), Mule Musiq (Zomby) & Rvng Intl (Digits).
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Pollyester - The Indian (Mock & Toof Remix)
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Work together between Hans-Peter Lindstrøm nd Christabelle Solale. Christabelle (also known as Solale to Lindstrøm followers) has been working on and off with Lindstrøm since 2001. both of them found out that they shared many of the same musical references, such as Motown, Grace Jones, 80s soul, Vanity 6, etc
Lindstrøm calls their collaboration “structured chaos”, him being the structure and Christabelle bringing the chaos. This chaos is also very much a part of Christabelle`s personal life. She has always been a nomad - impulsive and restless, she’s a self-described “on-the-road girl” - rcrdlbl.com
Lindstrom & Solale - Baby I Can't Stop (Aeroplane Remix)
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Dj T a.k.a Thomas Koch
Beginning in the mid 1980's DJ T. made himself a name as resident DJ at various venues of the Frankfurt club scene
such as Music Hall, Plastik, Dorian Gray, XS and The Box.
In 1989 T. (real name Thomas Koch) founded Groove magazine, where he served as the magazine's publisher and editor for 15 years. He contributed essays to various music books such as 'Localizer 1.0' and 'techno'.
From 1999 till 2003, T. and Patrick Dechent ran the highly reputable club Monza in downtown Frankfurt. And the success continued with his 2002 project, co-founding the highly successful Berlin-based label Get Physical Music.
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Dj T - Shine On (Motor City Drum Ensemble Warehouse Dub Mix)
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Originally released in 1978, Black Devil's "Disco Club" is an extremely rare disco masterpiece, an epic journey into the deepest electronic disco.
The record is credited to Junior Claristidge and Joachim Sherylee, pseudonyms of two french library writers Bernard Fevre and Jacky Giordano, respectively. It was made manually in a recording studio in the suburbs of Paris using synths and occasional tape loops and a drummer. No midi or computers.
According to an interview given by Bernard Fevre in January 2007, Jacky Giordano only financed the recording sessions. His being credited as co-composer was just a deal for recouping his financial investment.
Bernard Fevre came back with a new opus in 2006 under the guise of Black Devil Disco Club although some remixed versions taken from this second album were released under the original Black Devil monicker by the same label.
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Black Devil Disco Club - I Regret the Flower Power
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