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The Mole/Eddie C - 7 Inches of Love

Yes, we know, it's getting ridiculous. Every other record we cover here seems to be by Eddie 'Hot Hands' C. Then again, our Canadian friend's musical output is simply exceptional. Here he joins forces with the Mole, another massively talented Canuck, who has launched the new 7 Inches of Love imprint, an outlet for dubby, down/midtempo disco rerubs by The Mole himself and a few select friends. As the name of the label suggests, we're dealing with lovely shiny 7"s here, highly limited and handstamped.

The A side, 'Hello My Love', is a sublime midtempo percussive, funky number with a delicious bassline and piano stabs. Secret weapon alert for all DJs that play warm-up sets and/or classier bars. Flip over for Eddie C's downtempo gem 'Hold On', a hypnothysing groover with a lush vocal loop and a wicked synth line at the end of the track, highly sought after since appearing on Cole Medina's superb Disk Union mix.

Berlin's Hardwax store (of Soundstream fame) seems to be the only place where you can pick up this delightfull piece of plastic; don't sleep on this, for the mere price of two beers you'll get your hands on something very, very special.

Listen here and buy before it's too late!


  1. thanx guys .. killer release but the cheapest to land here is 18 euro's ($35 aussie) ouch to ripe for me , damn its a great 7 and so is the first release. But hey thanx for the heads up

  2. juno just got some in ... much cheaper airfreight that germany.. again cheers for the heads up


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