one per customer ... the wonderful black ops sub label from the sleazybeats people wraps up, which has been a monumentally successful series by anyone s standards, with an ep from the notorious sample bandits, the popular peoples front over a decade after launching a distinctive series whose ambitions amounted to no less than condensing thirty years of black club music into a beautifully packaged, portable collage of sonic sample goodness, the sb crew tracked them down & appealed to their anarchic, nihilistic nature by offering them the final release on the label. the ppf project itself came to a close at release no. 10, so the synchronicity was strong for no other reason than a desire to celebrate dancefloor abandon and strive to soundtrack the purest forms of hedonism, ambiguous sexuality and a transcendent celebration of outsider culture, not to mention a green light to shamelessly exploit, steal and otherwise pilfer their source material, they said yes. after trying, with no small amount of success to transcend the basic edit through the ppf series, the band have again worked their collage approach into three truly magical cuts as always, this is a limited, vinyl only release. it will not be repressed and will not be released digitally. not now, not ever
this one has been in the pipeline for a long time now…and finally those cheeky chappies, the popular peoples front, drop a killer release on disco deviance! featuring their usual blend of disco, electrofunk and proto-house vibes, both reworks are 100% guaranteed to rock the dance floor, and are lovingly extended and amended in trademark ppf style. beautifully remastered and cut loud for dj use. enjoy the music!
release number 4 on the scruffy militant wing of the beloved popular peoples front label !! this time around we have a raw, stripped down & acid fueled workout from manchesters miguel manzano. its shot through with the original spirit of late 80s warehouse jams, but rendered in glorious 21st century sonics. on the flip the popular peoples front head back into the dimly lit, sweaty melting pot of chicagos house music past and conjur up a future-retro throwdown of epic proportions
with the first two instalments in the ppflimited series fetching ludicrous prices on the 2nd hand market we can safely say this, probably their biggest release in the limited series yet (and theyve all been sizeable !) will sell out in a matter of minutes ! this outlet for the ppfs best kept secrets comes complete with three tracks of the finest rewired funk and lost classics, expertly tweaked and re-designed for modern dance floor use. strictly limited one-off pressing, hand stamped 12inch single
following the huge rüfdug release was never going to be easy, an all ears bestseller last year and heard just about everywhere over summer and beyond, but the ppf crew have lined up a heavyweight release schedule for this burgeoning offshoot label, and we’re very excited to present the second release over the last few years ooft!’s ali alongside graeme ‘revenge’ clark have taken the underground music scene by storm crafting their own unique, trademark sound in the often overpopulated ‘edits’ market, pretty much single-handedly instigating the pitched down house sound resurgence & running a superb blog, digital promotions company and forging ahead with their own productions as well as being consumate dj’s and party throwers .
another killer communication from the popular people’s front sonic manifesto ! this is the second in the best selling labels limited series, reserved for their best kept secrets as always, it’s four tracks of the finest rewired funk and lost classics, tweaked and re-designed for modern dance floors. strictly limited one-off pressing, hand stamped 12 single
nice price deal !!! with juno records hitting its tenth release we revisit yet another classic from the archives of electronic music royalty. producer, label boss, dj & remixer extraordinaire, charles webster will need no introduction to house music lovers, and its his 1998 collaboration with renowned uk vocalist shara nelson which gets a 2010 touch up. orignally out on the seminal label pagan, >sense of danger< was a real deep house anthem back in 1998, so it was imperative to leave it in good hands for remix duties. the popular peoples front, the disco house supergroup made up of anonymous musical activists are just that. ppf breath new life into >sense of danger<, with nelsons vocal being matched by an effervescent dubby groove. an alternate dangerous dub gives the track a darker but equally melodic feel with an abrasive bassline central to the groove.
redux continue to pile on the pressure with a stellar line up of releases ready to drop through 2009 and beyond next up we have new yorks drrtyhaze, who ve dipped in and out of the discopolis with a handful of deadly cuts and remixes over the last couple of years. here they revisit the heady days of early house a la trax records, and update the sound into an altogether crispier form on the monstrous new york city jacks the mysterious ppf crew turn in a super heavy weight remix inspired in no small part by the raw energy of ron hardys musicbox sets a full bells and whistles workout thats already causing a stir from early promo mailouts finally make my body hot wraps up the ep with a brass punctuated slab of girth some balearia.
an unapologetic and raucous party track roughly assembled from the rawest funk and married to a massive speaker shredding clanking riff, produced by some freak the minute we heard this demo, we knew we had to find a way to release ippfspecialops is a platform for new recruits to the ppf cause to present their work to the wider world dropped by the ppf at electric chairÆs end of year riot party, the unabombers immediately dived on the scribbled cdr after witnessing its roof raising power first hand. several months later, they provide one of their rare but priceless basement rocking remixes. in house activists leo zero and the ppf comandante himself also contribute two totally varied and guaranteed dancefloor busting reworks, already wreaking havoc at optimo, horse meat disco and many more cathedrals of decadence. bespoke label artwork from cyanide graphic one limited edition pressing
disco deviance returns with the final instalment of its best selling digital deviance series. featuring seriously heavy hitting reworks by many of the scene s very finest editors, and produced on classic vinyl look cds in 45 style covers, what disco aficionado would not want to have one of these beauties in their collection? volume 4 features the usual blend of previously unreleased cuts and vinyl only nuggets by editors such as dimitri from tokyo, rahaan, ray mang, late nite tuff guy, otherlover, the popular peoples front, beaten space probe, eddie c, pete herbert & dicky trisco. and everyone s a winner! grab one while you can as these cds are already highly collectable and are always limited edition. enjoy the music!