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MINIMATIC: Are You Gonna Be My Soul Girl/ Stop & Go (A Go-Go)(Vinyl 7″)

Minimatic Stop & GoMinimatic – now there’s a name you might not have heard in a long time. Not that he’s phased, popping back into public consciousness as he just has with his Soul & Go 45 like all he did was nip off to the bar for a drink instead of straight vanishing for seven years. The release consists of double-booty action and the first of these is Are You Gonna Be My Soul Girl which pairs a certain

MINIMATIC: ‘If This Is Love/ Owner Of A Boogaloo Heart’ 7″ (2015)

If This Is Love MinimaticRating: ★★★★★ Sometimes the true genius of making a bootleg lies in seeing the simple thing that everyone else has overlooked – “Why not speed this up and add that beat? My god it’s so obvious!” Then again, sometimes the true genius of the bootleg lies in seeing the funk in something profoundly unfunky and marrying this with the drums from that song, the melody from another

MINIMATIC: Lost In My 80s EP (2014) + Shut Off The TV video

Lost In My 80s MinimaticMinimatic‘s next one is this three-track EP of late night neo-disco style breaks entitled Lost In My 80s. I got lost in the 80s once. For a whole fucking decade. The very start and the end were alright but the middle was terrible: skinny jeans, day-glo socks, that wanker Mike Read everywhere you looked – often with a stupid fucking song, the evil presence of Jimmy Saville, feral bankers, fascist

MINIMATIC: Let’s Get It Into Your Soul EP (2013)

Let’s Get It Into Your Soul proposes Minimatic on this new EP as he offers to mainline some soul-bossa straight into your earholes with a title track that cheekily appropriates the acapella of Marvin Gaye’s massive shag anthem Let’s Get It On. This is followed in short order by some reggae-ed up Fiddy (In Da (Roots) Club, naturally) and standout Planet Jerk – a funked-up, swinging sixties slice of