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Woody Cook's House Party

A curation from Woody Cook, Fat Boy slim’s son, combining both classic dance grooves and cool, cutting-edge contemporary beats. Drop the needle on the vinyl, get into party mode and feel the dopamine rush.

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Combining both classic dance grooves and cool, cutting-edge contemporary beats, the albums featured in Woody Cook's House Party are guaranteed to make you feel good. Whether you're sitting in an armchair or throwing shapes on the dance floor, this collection proves that great dance music can transport the listener to another world. Drop the needle on the vinyl, get into party mode and feel the dopamine rush.   

What you’ll be listening to...

Your box will include a handpicked selection of two or three albums from this collection of eight:


Jax Jones


Jax Jones

Jax Jones has put together an impressive collection of insanely catchy songs. It’s not easy to come by an album which contains hit after hit like this does. It is a joy to listen to.



A1 - House Work (featuring Mike Dunn and MNEK)

A2 - Jacques (with Tove Lo)

A3 - You Don't Know Me (featuring Raye)

A4 - Harder (with Bebe Rexha)

B1 - Ring Ring (with Mabel featuring Rich the Kid)

B2 - Instruction (featuring Demi Lovato and Stefflon Don)

B3 - Play (with Years & Years)

C1 - 100 Times

C2 - Breathe (featuring Ina Wroldsen)

C3 - Cruel

C4 - All Day and Night (with Martin Solveig and Madison Beer)

D1 - One Touch" (with Jess Glynne)

D2 - All 4 U

D3 - This Is Real (with Ella Henderson)

D4 - Tequila Time (Outro)

Bone Bame


Bone Bame


Whatever you call it, Bone Bame is a riotously fun listen.

10LEC6 have been kicking around the French label for a few years now, but the addition of singer/MC Nicole has seen the group develop a new sound that they describe as ‘Bulupunk’.

The ‘Bulu’ part comes from the Bantou dialect Nicole sings/raps/shouts in, while the ‘punk’ bit leans more towards the party-starting post-punk of ESG, Liquid Liquid et al. 


1. Bedjem Mebok 

2. Etam Enabe 

3. Ayong Ya Yop 

4. Quakerz 

5. Augusta 

6. Make Madjeng 

7. What Dat Azz Do? 

8. Bone Bame





With her solo debut, AlunaGeorge’s Aluna Francis explores dance music in many forms—pop-house, dancehall, funk, Caribbean and African dance - as a personal refuge and an industry corrective.

Renaissance was written for the inner headspace as much as the dancefloor—convenient in a year where those are empty. “Don’t Hit My Line” hammers exes back into the woodwork to a four-to-the-floor beat, but complicates itself: percussion interludes and Francis’s staccato vocal turn the beat polyrhythmic, and the melody leans hard into “I think of you,” like a “New Rules” by someone not totally ready to let go of the old.

Lead lead single “Body Pump,” written with Josh Lloyd-Watson of Jungle, is built like a house-diva showcase, from the torchy first verse to the drop to the triumphant close. But there’s a scrappiness to it, in the froth of handclaps on the bridge—a studio accident, left in—and the way Aluna pushes her voice into the red, frayed and vulnerable.


A1 - I’ve Been Starting To Love All The Things I Hate

A2 - Warrior (Ft. SG Lewis)

A3 - Sneak

A4 - Envious

B1 - Don't Hit My Line

B2 - Get Paid by Aluna, Princess Nokia & Jada Kingdom

B3 - The Recipe (Ft. Rema)

C1 - Body Pump

C2 - Ain't My Business

C3 - Off Guard

D1 - Back Up

D2 - Pressure

D3 - Surrender

D4 - Whistle





The Lawrence brothers' first album in five years is an electrifying bender that hoovers up new inspiration and another sparkling array of pals

Their shortest album yet, ‘ENERGY’ is a rough-and-ready bender that evokes their house and garage-revival beginnings while sprinkling in some new flavours: turn-of-the-century French-touch (‘Lavender’), alternative hip-hop (‘Reverie’) and bustling samba beats (‘ENERGY’).

Speaking to NME for this week’s cover story, Howard admitted that they perhaps “tried to be too clever” with and “overthought” parts of their previous record – this collection encouraged them to follow their instincts and embrace the melodies, choruses and beats that arrived the fastest.

The result is brilliant, bruising dance music right from the gut.


A1 - Watch Your Step

A2 - Lavender

B1 - My High

B2 - Who Knew?

C1 - Douha (Mali Mali)

C2 - Fractal (Interlude)

C3 - Ce N'est Pas

D1 - Energy

D2 - Thinking 'Bout You (Interlude)

D3 - Birthday

D4 - Reverie


Grace Jones


Grace Jones

Heading Intro




Palo Santo

Palo Santo

Years and Years

Palo Santo

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Halfway Between the Gutter and the Stars (15th Anniversary)

Fatboy Slim

Halfway Between the Gutter and the Stars (15th Anniversary)

Fatboy Slim

Where other electronica whizzes chase dance microgenres down futuristic blind alleys, Norman “Fatboy Slim” Cook mines riffs from every era like a hip-hop DJ

Cook hasn’t given up the dance-floor stomps that made him a million-seller with “The Rockafeller Skank,” “Praise You” and the 1998 album that held them, You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby. His new album has its own catch phrases - “What the fuck,” “Push the tempo,” “Retox the freak in me” — with happy, gimmicky tracks to match, full of giddy anachronisms that could be called “retronica.”


A1 - Talking Bout My Baby

A2 - Star

A3 - Sunset (Bird Of Prey)

B1 - Love Life

B2 - Ya Mama

B3 - Mad Flava

C1 - Retox

C2 - Weapon Of Choice

C3 - Drop The Hate

B1 - Demons

B2 - Song For Shelter

Late Night Feelings

Mark Ronson

Late Night Feelings

Mark Ronson

Produced by Mark Ronson and performed and co-written by a suite of female vocalists, this compilation explores the many shades of heartbreak in current pop.

Late night feelings is refreshingly candid. “Find U Again,” performed and co-written by Cabello, is wildly endearing for the sheer, unapologetic 22-year-old-ness of its perspective. “This crush is kind of crushing me,” she sings, and follows the line with: “I do therapy at least twice a week.” The lyric is no less effective for its clumsiness, an honest expression of anguish that resists the urge to slap a pretty, poetic bow on weeping on the sofa in a psychotherapist’s office.

“Nothing Breaks Like a Heart,” a Miley Cyrus contribution that aims to recapture the magic of her “Jolene” cover, also stands out as a floor-fliller.


A1 - Late Night Prelude

A2 - Late Night Feelings (Ft. Lykke Li)

A3 - Find U Again (Ft. Camila Cabello)

A4 - Pieces of Us (Ft. King Princess)

B1 - Knock Knock Knock (Ft. YEBBA)

B2 - Don't Leave Me Lonely (Ft. YEBBA)

B3 - When U Went Away (Ft. YEBBA)

C1 - Truth (Ft. Alicia Keys & The Last Artful, Dodgr)

C2 - Nothing Breaks Like a Heart (Ft. Miley Cyrus)

C3 - True Blue (Ft. Angel Olsen)

D1 - Why Hide (Ft. Diana Gordon)

D2 - 2 AM (Ft. Lykke Li)

D3 - Spinning (Ft. Ilsey)

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