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We Are Family Vol 2
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  1. Bobby Champs - "Krenshaw" (J Tijnn drum tool)
  2. West Norwood Cassette Library - "Drop" (Knowing Looks remix)
  3. Kevin McPhee - "In Circles" (Kamikaze Space Programme drum tool)
  4. J Tijn - "Flat" (West Norwood Cassette Library remix)
Review: Issued back in late 2012, the first volume of We Are Family signalled the West Norwood Cassette Library's expansion from the 10" format to the 12" format and did it in style with cuts from Don Froth, Milyoo, label boss WNCL and Knowing Looks. Since then, Bob Bhamra's label has really stepped it further with 12"s from J Tijn, Spatial, Kevin McPhee and the excellently named Kamikaze Space Programme. It seems about the right time for a second volume of We Are Family and this 12" sees cuts from Bobby Champs, McPhee, J Tijn and West Norwood Cassette Library getting the remix treatment. The Drum Tool refix of McPhee's "Circles" from Kamikaze Space Programme and West Norwood Cassette Library's Remix of J Tijn on the B Side are proper!
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Brooklyn Beats Vol 1
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Cat: WNCL 027. Rel: 21 Mar 16
Deep House
  1. Kingston-Throop Stop (6:32)
  2. Nostrand Stop (6:09)
  3. Franklin Stop (5:56)
  4. Fulton Stop (6:41)
Review: Once upon a time, Brooklyn's James Duncan was best known for being Morgan Geist's trumpeter of choice, despite a history of producing deep house stretching back to the tail end of the '90s. Happily, he's in fine form on this WNCL Records release, effortlessly blending a variety of vintage influences on four dusty, basement-friendly house-jams. Throughout, the beats and basslines bump, the chords are deep and wavy, and the vocal samples recall the Halcyon days of U.S deep house. Duncan's grooves doff a cap to both New York and New Jersey, while also boasting a grasp of UK house and techno flavours.
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Rock La Bibliotek EP
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Cat: WNCL 021. Rel: 22 Sep 14
  1. Sarkaztik
  2. Evakuate
  3. Dropkone
  4. Metronomik
  5. Perplekzed
  6. Ekztatik
Review: The two Ekoplekz albums that Nick Edwards released through Planet Mu this year are possibly the most accessible long players issued by the Bristol-based artist in a rich, prolific production career. Pitching up on the West Norwood Cassette Library label is hardly the most expected of moves for an artist more commonly associated with Mego, Further and Mordant Music, but fans of those aforementioned Mu LPs will certainly find much to enjoy in this Rock La Bibliotek EP. The label claims Edwards has long been promising them some club focused material and these 6 tracks are the results, still retaining the sense of abstraction and daring freeform approach that has made Ekoplekz the powerful voice he is. File alongside Container and Hieroglyphic Being in the lurching, slightly foreboding end of the techno scale.
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Masking (12")
Cat: WNCL 018. Rel: 10 Mar 14
  1. Prostate Exam
  2. Teletherapy
  3. Spam Folder
  4. Four Pints
Review: The latest offering from the West Norwood Cassette Library comes shrouded in mystery, as anonymous outfit Girls Of The Internet serve up four tracks of oddball electronics that swerve the usual upfront dancefloor fare that populates the label. There's still plenty of groove to be enjoyed, but the overall tone is one of leftfield analogue electronics with a rough finish and an experimental leaning. There's a pleasing directness about the likes of "Teletherapy" with its lean drums and erratic lead synth line, while "Spam Folder" creates an unhinged funk with some heavy swinging drums and oddly quiet acid lines. All in all it's a wild affair that will work for more adventurous spinners of a raw disposition, and marks an interesting diversion for the label in question.
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Listen To My 45
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Cat: WNCL 009. Rel: 16 Jan 12
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Listen To My 45
  2. Knowing Looks
Review: Returning to WNCL after his exuberant re-emergence last year, Knowing Looks doesn't hold back in testing the limits of the dancefloor. "Listen To My 45" is the kind of track specifically crafted to sit uneasily in your ears on first listen but in time the wildly disparate elements amass to a glorious cacophony of damaged, unconventional groove. "Ghost Baby" darts into action on an uptempo micro-house groove before adopting a deranged synth. By the time thick layers of percussion and amen breaks whip around that lead synth there's no doubt that you're listening to one of the most starkly original producers in operation at present.
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In Circles
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In Circles (12")
Cat: WNCL 012. Rel: 10 Dec 12
  1. In Circles
  2. Do
  3. Pumpkin
  4. The Blind Whirring Of Machinery
Review: Having kept quiet on the releases this year, Kevin McPhee makes a welcome return on the mighty WNCL imprint with four rough and ready cuts that suit the bawdy atmosphere of the label perfectly. "In Circles" lets the beats fly about with heady abandon while the core stab keeps the groove locked in tight in a most ravey of fashions. "Do" kicks the blueprint out of the window entirely as it slinks in on a false pretext of spaced out synths which give way to a nasty broken riddim that's heavy on the bass and diverse percussion. "Pumpkin" comes on like a mentally scarred cousin of techno with its merciless propulsion and frayed sound sources, and "The Blind Whirring Of Machinery" takes the metallic drums of industrial and arranges them into musical patterns that cycle over each other with grace and ugliness in equal measure.
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5th Anniversary EP
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Cat: WNCL 025. Rel: 19 Oct 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Blonde On Blonde (Dunkel VIP) (6:02)
  2. Say What? (Ambient Parks reprise) (5:35)
  3. Think (It Ain't Illegal Yet) (6:03)
  4. Up Periscope! (5:33)
Review: London's West Norwood Cassette Library, always our number-one go-to zone for pensive house music, returns with a smacker of an EP that marks the label's fifth year of outings and antics - and we can't believe it's been that long already! Dunkel's VIP mix of "Blonde On Blonde" is a bumpy, grimed-out house swinger with a brittle percussion roll, whereas "Say What?" is given a good seeing to by Ambient Parks and reduced to an almost beatless flurry of drones and sporadic bursts of Ed Rush & Optical bass. The flip contains "Think (It Aint Legal Yet), a hardcore-filtered house bumper, and the broken beats and pulses of "Up Periscope!". Lovely.
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