-Altz (Altzmusica /Bear Funk / DFA): The nostalgic acid!
-Diskjokke (Full Pupp / Smalltown Supersound): Brillant!
-Marco Polo Cecere (Radio 105 / Tendenzia Radio Network): I like acid coming back good slow beat
-Dj Bleed (DE:Bug Magazine): Considering For Review
-Disko Selectors(Disko Selectors): What A Bomb! Love it!
-Soft Rocks (Soft Rocks - Woodenhorse Provocateur):similar in vein to the new smd cut and we like !
-Nico De Ceglia (Radio 1 (promos for Pete Tong) / Various Clubs): 2 nice tracks
-John Fleer (Hearing is Believing Blog): Lovely
-Hardkiss (Hadkiss):driving back to the city over the bay bridge after a long night. hazy and clear at the same time. nice!
-Eric Duncan (Dr. Dunks) (Rub-n-Tug / Still Going): GREAT!
-Sean Mccann (Technologystolemyvinil Blog): Amazing! It's Summer!
-Leri Ahel (Mutant Disco Radioshow):Solid ep. Love both tracks.
-Russell Deeks (This is Why We Dance Blog):Some interesting sounds here, forward-thinking stuff for sure
-Dave Jay (Mondo Disco): Wow! This acid-led monster just explodes out of the speakers, yet manages to retain a laid-back, late night feel to it. Fantastic work.
-Terry Matthews (5 Magazine): for review, thanks.
-Marco Gallerani (P Playground / Hell Yeah / Danny Was a Drag King (A&R)): stunning record! honey for the Balearic Gabba Soundsystem
-Lino R. Polonio (Alkalino) (Estimativa / Audaz Recordings): ciao bella is perfect for summer...thanks!
-Maxim Ryzhkov (Free Ends Multistyle Show - weekly on 16bit.FM): Good music. Thanks!
-Flash Atkins (Paper Recordings / Into The Valley): Love it
-German MT (Como Las Grecas (music blog) / Ghostel Club): Really great the colaborations of Tal M. Klein, awesome, great, incredible track with Irregular Disco Workers!!!!!! Great fusion the colaboration with Anthony Mansfield!!!! Awesome EP
-Lukasz Napora (Polish Radio 4 / Weekly Radio Show "'DJ Pasmo" / Audioriver Festival): not sure about the piano solo but the rest is great
-Bruno Lepretre (Ibiza Global Radio): nice stuff !
-Bob Duskis (Six Degrees Records (blog/podcast/A&R)): Great stuff (as always from both of these guys). Love the acid squelches on Ciao Bella and the nice fat, acoustic bass sound on Polk Street...
-Sergio (KALX FM (Berkeley, CA)): Awesome track! Both mixes are great. Solid and definitely in my bag!
-Sandro Bianchi (Ibiza Sonica / Loca FM / Radio Circulo): sick release!!!!!! i love it!!
-Tony D'Onghia (Radio Koper-Capodistria / RTV Slovenia): the irregular disco workers rule!
-Adam Warped (Whiskey Pickle / Hypersonic Radio / KROX 101.5FM): Absolutely wicked!
-Andy Wilson (ibiza Sonica FM (Program Director) / Balearia): 2 top groovers here, love the piano and acid on Ciao Bella
-Baris Bergiten (Dinamo FM (Music Director)): Will be play in our radio station, thanks !
-Pablo Contraband (The Unity Agency / Disco Deviant): Superb acid and balearic rolled into one joint. Lovely Thanks
-Javier Varez (Alma Soul Music / Alma Dreams Weekly Radio Show (Ibiza Global Radio / Tunnel FM / Constanza FM)): Ciao Bella is really nice, sure in our radioshow, thanks!
-Elie Eidelman (DJ Humus) (Sweat Lodge Radio / Dirt Crew Records / JackOff): sweet sounds as always from the boys...
-Bootsy (For The Love Radio Show (MyHouseYourHouse) + Podcast): Ciao Bella is my pick. I'm a sucker for an acid line. Blissed out acid business. Will play on tonight's show
-Brian Peek / Jeff Stallings (Below Zero Radio Show / Energy FM (San Francisco)): Tal M. Klein is BRILLIANT. Kudos!
-Joan Ribas (Ibiza Soulstice Music/ Hotel Pacha / Cafe del Mar): great Tal as usual:)
-Bruce Taggart (MY959 / KXRG-LP 95.9 FM): ok
-Corin Arnold (ed2000) (Solar Lounge / Spindler+Klatt / BLN.FM / Dangerous Drums): will be rinsing these two trax ! excellent, chart club lounge radio word of mouth - yes i like it !!
-DJ H4L 9000 (Excuse Me? Club): GREAT GROOVE !!! Ciao Bella (Lento Sul Lido)
-Paddy Freeform (Universal Vibes Radioshow / SSRadio / Life FM): nice deep disco
-Dj Nova (Rodon FM 95): My choice is ''Ciao Bella (Lento Sul Lido)'', lile a lot this slow mo acidic balearic and dreamy collaboration between Tal M. Klein & Irregular Disco Workers.
-Phuturelabs (Phuturelabs (music blog) / Experiment (monthly on Radio Magnetic)): Sweet EP. Both strong tracks.
-Jasper Gape (Nerdy Frames blog): Nice Acid on the first track!
-Mason Rothert (Below Zero Radio / Thump / Energy 92.7 FM (San Francisco)): another gem from Mr. Klein - love the big thick bass with soft piano - great combo
-Caio Zini (Electro Boogie Encounter (music blog)): Ciao Bella is very cool
-Piiit (Septante Sept / So Watt): Nice downtempo
-Les Wright (Lofty) (The Sunday Alternative - Ambersound FM): Very good allround release.
-Clare Thwaites (Intelligent Audio): will test, thanks :-)
-Fine Cut Bodies / Biscuit Real (Chi Recordings / MR2 Hungarian National Radio): love it!
-DJ Morpheus (Lysergic Factory radio show / Radio Campus 92.1 FM): i like the ciao bella track best, excellent! will play....
-JUNODOWNLOAD Review: San Fran man Tal M Klein could be described as a "serial collaborator". Here he offers up two more fine collaborations, one with fast-rising Soundcloud stars Irregular Disco Workers, and the other with regular muse Anthony Mansfield. "Ciao Bella", his showdown with the Irregular Disco Workers, is pleasingly Balearic; a shuffling, hands-aloft combination of slo-mo acid tweakery, drifting Harmonicas and piano house goodness. Think early Fila Brazilia meets Slow to Speak, and you're close. "Polk Street Stumblin", meanwhile, covers familiar Mansfield/Klein ground, offering a druggy analogue groove overlaid with weird noises and a killer double bass sample.
Aniligital Music presents Slow Down, a slo-mo slammer of an EP featuring a Tal M. Klein collaboration with Anthony Mansfield (Hector Works) and another with Irregular Disco Workers (Cloned In Vatican & Dj Andryu).
First up is "Ciao Bella (Lento Sul Lido)." Here Irregular Disco Workers and TMK dial up a real beauty of a beach track influenced by those late night watchings of Emmanuelle movies with the acid lines of last night's rave still ringing in the ears.
Next, "Polk Street Stumblin' (Hey You)" is a pre-AM/TM Anthony and Tal collaboration found in a hidden folder called "gem" in Aniligital's old studio file cabinet. This "Disco Villain"-era slow disco/jazz fusion track of sleazy proportions is reminiscent of many nights spent stumbling away from a forlorn bar in San Francisco's Tenderloin district with creatures of the night shouting "hey you!" at the heels of those who pass them by.
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