The Patchouli Brothers, Canadian diggers extraordinaire, make their Razor-N-Tape debut with a quartet of soulful edits.

From an early night floor-filler to a peak-time bomb, a gospel disco chugger, and an end-of-night slow roller, this 12″ has it all.

It’s a standout record showcasing the Brothers’ mastery of disco edits.

I’ve centered in on “Emotional Dancing“, which is a fine fine reworking of The Emotions‘ “I Should Be Dancing” from 1979.

This is straight forward anthemic Disco from the height of the heydays. Patchouli Brothers add a danceable precision to it, maintaining it’s soul and finesse.

Decadent quality once more from the house of Razor-N-Tape.

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