I’ve always been a stickler for “if it ain’t broke, leave it the f*ck alone” when it came to music and people remixing or editing songs that honestly didn’t need to be messed with from it’s original state. Anyone with a computer can lay claim to doing a proper edit or remix with a few who can actually do them justice with even fewer who can live up to the greats and names like Tee Scott, Larry Levan and Tom Moulton. One label that always seems to hit us in the head with something amazing is Philly’s Universal Cave Records who pulls from the obscure and rarely heard cuts to craft what becomes a crate must have.
Their latest 45, Universal Starlight b/w The Beatbroker Kind Edit is just what the good Disco doctor ordered. Deep infectious grooves with amazing horns (and you know I love horns) to set the dance floor a blaze. The flip rocks the Beatbroker’s dub which turns it into a completely different track feel wise but equally as nice which makes for a great disco 45 all around. My recommendation, grab it.