Following the runaway success of their first release 2007s Bedmo Disco Volume 1 by Thumbs Aloft the mysterious Pointless Edits crew return with a second EP of 'wrong reworks from Bristol, England'. This time, the Bedminster-obsessed posse have enlisted the support of shady Londoners Hardway Brothers and Rico for a three-track Pointless Allstars assault on the worlds disco dancefloors. Thumbs Aloft kick things off with Can't Get Away, a typically Pointless slab of stomping dancefloor disco made from bits of a rubbish Motown Disco record. The Hardway Brothers hail from London and Los Angeles and were named by a Vegas craps dealer after their enthusiasm for long odds dice betting. Veteran players of the acid house/techno scene, the Brothers recent edit collaborations have been stirring interest amongst both blog kids and discerning DJs. Here they weigh in with Voodoo Celebration, a Rare good funk-rock belter that has party banger written all over it. The EP concludes with the brilliant No Can Dub by sleepy Londoner Rico. Once part of a hip London techno combo, Rico now resides in a cave in Wales, where he counts pebbles and tries to work out where it all went wrong. Pointless Edits is delighted to welcome him back to the fold. He's turned in a "gert corker" here, dubbing out and extending a much-sampled 80s blue-eyed soul anthem.
United Kingdom Release
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