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Dego & Kaidi
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Cat: EGLO 32. Rel: 20 Jan 14
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Ankle Injury
  2. Acting Up On That Shit Don't Count
  3. Don't Remain The Same
  4. Carrots & Sesame
Review: Yes Eglo! Alex Nut and crew turn to two elder statesmen of London beat science in Dego and Kaidi Tatham for a killer induction into the art of crafting 'broken beat bullets'. For those who don't possess the necessary knowledge, Dego is the most familiar handle of Dennis McFarlane, founding member of 4Hero and responsible for so much good music over the years, and Tatham has an equally important role in the whole Broken Beat movement, being an integral member of the Bugz In the Attic collective. The pair have worked together previously on numerous occasions and they are on top form here with lead track "Ankle Injury" demonstrating a perfect balance of melody and crafty rhythm. Imagine Theo and Floating Points collaborating and your heads in the right spot to enjoy this track and "Acting Up On That Shit Don't Count" which is the sort of music you could imagine RAMP to be making if they were on the rise today. Do check the sumptuous piano and Rhodes vibes on final cut "Carrots & Sesame"!!
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Circle (12")
Cat: EGLO 28. Rel: 05 Aug 13
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Circle (feat Shafiq Husayn)
  2. Technology (feat Oh No)
  3. Redlight Live (performed byThe Eglo Live Band feat Floating Points)
Review: Arriving in the same week as that crucial Floating Points 12" drop Wires is Circle, the first offering from the upcoming debut album from the 'Queen Bee of Eglo' Fatima. Described as an ode to the stars, the title track sees Fatima drop vocals over production work from Los Angeles duo Computer Jay and Shafiq Husayn of Sa Ra Creative Partners fame. It's backed with "Technology" which features button pushing from Stones Throw artist (and Madlib's younger brother) Oh No, whilst this 12? edition features a wonderful ten minute live rendition of "Red Light" done in collaboration with the Eglo Live Band.
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Yellow Memories
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Cat: EGLO 36CD. Rel: 12 May 14
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Do Better
  2. Technology
  3. Circle
  4. Sun, Star, Solar
  5. Ridin Round (Sky High)
  6. Family
  7. La Neta
  8. Biggest Joke Of All
  9. Underwater
  10. Rest In Peace
  11. Talk
  12. Gave Me My Name
GB Presents The Abstract Eye
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Cat: EGLO 023. Rel: 23 Apr 12
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Analogous
  2. Grandfather Fire
  3. I Feel It In My Forehead
Review: Living up to his most recognised name with every release, LA producer Gifted & Blessed joins the Eglo family with a quite excellent EP under the lesser spotted Abstract Eye moniker. This name was last used by Reyes-Whittaker on the Cool Warm Divine EP for the Valentine Connexion imprint, a release that impressed the Juno review crew despite the fact the Abstract Eye identity was under wraps at the time. The rich analogue techno explorations dipped in glowering warmth and soul that ran through that release are present and correct on Whittaker's Eglo debut, especially the opening track "Analogous". Commencing with a neck snapping percussive flex, it doesn't take long for the track to get consumed by flourishes of rich analogue texture and undercurrents of fuzzed out bass. Alongside this "Grandfather Fire" floats in more pensive strains of machine made funk, gradually unfurling into intricately layered bursts of kaleidoscopic colour that retain a certain restraint throughout. Whittaker reserves the best till last however, with "I Feel It In My Forehead" making full space of the B Side expanse for a gloriously paced sojourn through sumptuous electronic soul.
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On Our Way Home
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On Our Way Home (limited hand-numbered 1-sided vinyl 12")
Cat: EGLO 52. Rel: 29 Aug 16
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. On Our Way Home (feat Fatima & Jimetta Rose) (5:41)
Review: Experienced producer Shafiq Husayn first appeared on Eglo back in 2014, delivering a fine EP of hip-hop framed modern soul, with the assistance of a battery of collaborators. Two years on he returns to Alex Nut and Floating Points label, with Eglo regulars Fatima and Jimetta Rose lending a hand. It sounds like Husayn has been listening to Floating Points, because "On Our Way Home" is a sumptuous, string-drenched affair, with orchestral parts rising and falling over a skittish electronic rhythm. The focal point, of course, is Fatima and Rose's harmonious lead vocal, which is as sweet, evocative and addictive as you'd expect. It may only be a single-sided release, but it's one killer cut.
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Natural Thing
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Cat: EGLO 40. Rel: 02 Mar 15
  1. Natural Thing (4:07)
  2. Bustin' (4:21)
Review: Sauce 81, aka Japanese RBMA alumni Nobu Suzuki, lays down two starlight stunners for a fine 7" debut on the Eglo label operated by Alex Nut and Sam Floating Points. "Natural Thing" is an unashamed, effortlessly hooky boogie jam that sits somewhere between the Funkadelic adventures of George Clinton and Kool & the Gang. "Bustin" meanwhile was originally made for Shing02's short movie of the same name. All slinky and whispering, it's like Samuel L Jackson whispering sweet nothings in your ear over a Faze-O track. Sexy.
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Follow Me
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Follow Me (12")
Cat: EGLO 49. Rel: 26 Sep 16
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Follow Me (3:34)
  2. Follow Me (instrumental) (3:34)
  3. Follow Me (acapella) (2:32)
Review: Stuttering off-beat fractured dancehall wizardry, Spacek smashes it once again with "Follow Me". Nothing fits as it should - and that's exactly how we like it. The keys ripple just behind the drums while the bass bumps ahead of them and Steve keeps his own time with his clipped falsetto falling just on the rhythmic sweet spot - but you're never quite sure how he made it in time. Loaded with an instrumental and acapella, there's heaps of creativity to be had right here.
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Wu15 (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: EGLO 48. Rel: 21 Dec 15
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. K15 - "Love's Gambit" (4:39)
  2. Wu15 - "Space & Time" (2:17)
  3. Wu15 - "The Anthem" (5:02)
  4. Henry Wu - "Shahada" (2:52)
Review: It was only a matter of time before Henry Wu and K15 would link up with London's Eglo, and their respective prior releases for the likes of Wild Oats, Rhythm Section and 22a have earned them a spot in one of the finest house and broken beat labels around. "Love's Gambit" is a perfect example of the latter genre, a sublime blend of jazzy percussion swings and smooth melodic drifts, followed by the even more soulful bounces of the gentle "Space & Time" - one for the jazz fusion heads! "The Anthem" heads towards more housey spheres thanks to its stable beat pattern - it-s an absolute peach of a tune, by the way - but it's "Shahada" that governs the dancefloor with its rough MPC drum programming and finger-licking synth rotations. A beautiful and fitting addition to the catalogue.
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