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Bari meets Detroit on these superb remixes on offer here of Alton Miller & Amp Fiddler's 2010 anthem 'When The Morning Comes'. On the A side, Rydm Sectors deliver a rolling stomper of a rendition that still retains the deepness of the original, followed by the ever reliable Nico Lahs who serves up a dusty, KDJ influenced perspective and proceeds to rework 'Ever Wonder' over on the flipside side in emotive late night fashion. As does local duo KETAMA (Cosmic Rhythm) who hand in a soulful Afro house inspired remix.
Riding SCORCHING hot on the heels of their recent self-titled debut, fans could be forgiven for expecting more of the same from Champyun Clouds' second long player of 2021. A hodgepodge of cutting-room-floor-fodder and experiments that would've been b-sides or Japan-exclusive CD bonus tracks in those halcyon days of physical formats' golden ages is not what we're getting. Let's save those for a deluxe anniversary reissue one day. Nah - sheer, unabashed creativity fuels this album; and weirdly enough, they've managed to branch out in interesting ways while also creating an album that is more immediate and banger-centric. Although Nail's eclectic psych-lounge tendencies and Asa's irreverent poetry and broad Nottingham lilt remain the key touchstones of CC's sound, opener "Check For Silt"s rough drum'n'bass beats offer an immediate and clear sonic progression for the Nottingham duo. The LP ultimately plays a bit like a haunted jukebox in outer space - with elements of dub, britpop, early house, trippy, blissed-out sunshine pop (reminiscent of mid-90s His Name Is Alive at their most Beach Boys-aping), William Orbit-esque 90s psych-pop electronica, distorted glam rock shuffles and garage-y funk. There's a particularly great moment of sequencing at the end of the first half where I got lulled into a state of near-euphoria with the Air-like "The Flowered Crown" before getting slapped 'round the face by "I'm Not Right For You", which sounds like Nile Rogers producing a demo for Sheila & B. Devotion, except he recorded it at the bottom of a well. Sophomore slump? Never heard of him, mate.
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Dav - GIABR 003
12"
$14.07
Ukraine's Genie In A Bottle label builds on the success of its first two EPs with a third magical potion of dance floor potency. This one comes from Nav and arrives just under a year after the debut EP. It opens with a punchy electronic house groove overlaid with a classic vocal sample that will keep floors rolling late into the night. On the flip side is 'Don't Say Anything,' darker and pulsing minimal tech cut with bumping kicks, fizzing synths pining about the mix and some early Chicago chords bring a sense of soul. Good stuff.
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Perez Prado - Circle
7"
$7.60
Perez Prado's 'Circle' is a well-known world music and funk classic that was released initially in this format back in 2013. It is a bustling, high tempo groove that enthuses any crowd with its restless rhythms and now gets a rightful reissue on black wax as well as coloured vinyl. Born in Cuba in 1926, Prado was a percussionist, bassist, singer, arranger and orchestra leader who moved to Europe in the 50s and became known as the 'King of Samba.' These two jams were made with a full mambo orchestra and find him at the peak of his powers.
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Vick Lavender - Fragile: Live At Sonotheque Chicago 2007
1-SIDED 12"
12"
$15.75
Sophisticado marks its 100th release with a one side purple 12" from Vick Lavender. It is a live version of his 'Fragile' tune from the Sophisticado Live Sessions and it sounds like Roy Ayres doing his very best deep and soulful house impression. It's a super tune with lively percussion, majestic lead horns and noodling basslines that just never quit. The live aspect means it all feels that but more real and lived in and so when you drop this one on the right cosy floor you can expect an instant reaction.
Cosmic Jd / Weekend Logic / Zenta / Masayuki Tomita - Hypnotic Mindscapes Vol 2
12"
$13.79
Helmed by Toronto scene leader Cosmic JD, the Hypnotic Mindscapes label follows up on the promise of its first release with another sure shot of psychotropic club tackle for the trippier kind of party. Cosmic JD leads the way with the acid-flecked creeper 'Wandering Heights', while Weekend Logic follows up with the limber, snappily executed 'Streamlining Subconsciousness'. Zenta opens up the B-side with the crafty, subtly dubbed 'Space Debreeze' and Masayuki Tomita rounds the package out with a beautifully melancholic reflection in 'Woody Glass Jr'.
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Diane Ward / The Kevin Fingier Collective - Why Don't You Go Home
7"
$10.41
Standby for a monster rhythm & blues tune here, and one that transports you to another world courtesy of Diane Ward and Kevin Finigier's sublime collaboration. Ward is an American singer who came up singing gospel in church, which is not a surprise when you hear her raw and visceral delivery here. She spent time living in Argentina which is where she saw Kevin perform and insisted they work together. 'Why Don't You Go Hom' is dripping with emotion, attitude and empowering sounds. On the flip side is 'Cocktail De Medianoche,' a busy mix of bongo, flute, boogaloo sounds, Northern Soul grooves and Latin flair.
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Angel Olsen / Karen Dalton - Something On Your Mind
7"
$15.75
Passing the torch several generations down, Angel Olsen covers 'Something On Your Mind', the Karen Dalton folk standard that went on to bewitch solo songwriter greats like Bob Dylan. Back to back with Dalton's original recording, LITA have achieved a marvellous work of contrast on this new addition to their 7" covers series. Remarkably, the two recordings sound as timeless as each other, with the remastering job rendering both so impeccable that they could have easily originated from the same time. With Dalton's drum-backed original dealing in themes of unspoken thoughts and deeply buried, bottled-up emotion, Olsen lends a newly note-quivering, glissandoing, beatless sheen to the song. Of course, the best covers are of songs that mean a lot to the covering artist; "'Something On Your Mind' for me is about letting yourself face something that keeps setting you back,", says Olsen.
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