Well folks, the first release on our sexy new label Fatty Fatty Phonographics is now available all over the world on sexy black 12″ vinyl, just the way the Good Lord intended.
Featuring three tracks of chunky funky 70′s soulfulness reworked for the modern floor, it’s picked up plaudits from the likes of Sleazy Beats Recordings, Dom Servini of Wah Wah 45′s, and Situation Edits ( Disco Deviance), as well as attention from local disco heroes like Billy Scurry, Get Down Edits, Keep Schtum, Check The Guns and Padraic Disconaut.
It’s available at some of our favourite record stores in the world, such as Manchester’s Piccadilly Records, Dutch behemoths Clone.nl, and Juno.co.uk. It’s also available in loads of other shops stretching out as far as Japan at jetsetrecords.net
You can have a quick listen to the tracks here:
To celebrate the release we had two parties last weekend – one with our disco brothers at Belfast Music Club, and a Dublin launch with Manchester’s demon deck wreckers The Unabombers.
The Una’s weaved together a set that summoned up the spirit of 2am at their legendary night Electric Chair in Manchester – plenty of modern sci-fi disco and deep, jackin’ tackle, interspersed with some vintage electro-disco and boogie manoeuvres to keep ‘em juiced.
We simply couldn’t think of a better way to mark our first release than with these boys on the decks, and you can listen to the whole thing right here….