Horse Meat Disco IV

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  • Summary: This is the fourth compilation of mixes by James Hillard, Luke Howard, Severino Panzetta, and Jim Stanton.
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  1. Jun 23, 2014
    Their fourth mix offers a vivid explanation of their enduring popularity.
  2. Jun 23, 2014
    At times the grooves are more introverted (see: “Go To Work”), at times they sound very inspired by the vocal cadences of the Jackson 5 (Renaldo Domino’s “I Love Your Beat”), but by and large, these individual pieces add up to a much greater whole.
  3. Jun 23, 2014
    Once again, HMD appeal to novices and experts alike.
  4. Jun 23, 2014
    This is their most focused mix yet, and even though they're ostensibly working with a finite number of resources, the well of obscure disco cuts seems far from dried up.
  5. Jun 23, 2014
    There’s little left for the DJ crew to prove with the fourth installment of their mix compilations for Strut, but that doesn’t mean that IV fails to please. If anything, it clarifies that when it comes to crafting dance mixes, Horse Meat Disco find a way to stretch out, queue up the campiest of disco cuts from their shelves and wring the most aural pleasure out of them, whether they’re from the dollar bin or in the triple digits.
  6. Jun 23, 2014
    Not everything here works--Shahid Mustaf MC's needless reworking of Parliament's "Getting To Know You" simply doesn't improve on the original--but exclusive mixes like Joey Negro vs. Horse Meat Disco's "Candidate For Love" should ignite the dance floor.
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