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The clue's in the name - Only Music Matters are putting the sound up front and ignoring the loaded meanings and attachments that come with artist names and artwork. It's an approach that suits the sound on this first 12", which reveals the label's focus on heads-down minimal for the club. Such utilitarian music is about the greater whole - how these particular tracks fit into the wider narrative of an extended wormhole DJ set or indeed the scene at large. Don't write them off as tools though - there are some serious ideas tucked away in here. Just listen to the cosmic swirl and submerged acid rub of the B-line on 'Track 2' and you'll realise the music really is doing the talking here.
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Adrian Younge's new album is undoubtedly his most powerful yet. He says it "dissects the chemistry behind blind racism, using music as the medium to restore dignity and self-worth to my people." It is an unapologetic critique of the current systems that suppress people of colour and the malevolent psychology that taps into that. Musically, this is a deeply soulful record with elaborate orchestration and some top level guests. Next to the album, Younge has also made a short film (TAN) and 4-part podcast (invisible Blackness) on the same subject that make for vital listening.
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Irresistible & essential soulful reggae funk versions from US based The Lions once again gets the revival for the first time on a dinked 45.James Brown penned and originally made famous by Lyn Collins this version has Noelle gracing the vocals for the A side and a killer vocal free version with more than enough killer instrumentation to carry it on it's own accord on the flip. As championed by DJ Koco & DJ Muro from Japan and J Rocc....Juno copies come in exclusive branded card sleeve. Only 500 one off pressing. Strictly no repress. Don't sleep !
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Serge Gainsbourg / Jean-pierre Sabar - Goodbye Emmanuelle (Soundtrack)
LP
$21.74
Serge Gainsbourg and Jean-Pierre Sabar composed the soundtrack for Goodbye Emmanuelle (also known as Emmanuelle 3) in 1977. The movie was the peak of erotic softcore film making and the music that goes with it is not far behind in terms of steaminess. Of course, it's all a little tune in cheek - you wouldn't actually want to put the son to woo your partner unless you wanted them to break out in giggles but is sure is a fun listen. The gentle beats, tender and sibilant vocal whispers, the lush keys, they all make for a sultry soundtrack with sojourns into Latin, soul and funk.
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Laroye - Potion For Love EP
12"
$12.92
Local Talk is one of those super reliable house outlets that always offers up music that does the simple things well. Once again here they showcase three warm, vibey house tunes with enough character and detail to standout in any set. French multi-instrumentalist Laroye is the man at the controls here and on 'Potion For Love (Never Give It Up)' he explores warm and sultry early evening grooves peppered with Roy Ayres xylophones. 'Keep On' picks up the pace with a loose arrangement and fine sense of skip and an LA Spacefunk dub of the opener closes out with more cosmic synths.
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Andy Bell's debut solo single gets reworked twice here by Pye Corner Audio, with the originals also included. First up is a version of 'The Commune' that's slow and heady. Sludgy drums and bass bring murk while distant keys add a little ray of light and hope somewhere in the distance. Plastic Bag (Pye Corner Audio remix) sounds like a lost cut made by The Stone Roses and Primal Scream back in the nineties. Its another one mired in lo-fi fuzz and fioth, which is only shown up even more when you hear the more airy originals.
Scruscru - South Wind Clear Sky
12"
$11.46
Anton ScruScru Bogomolov is a mega hyped artist but for good reason. His slew of singles have all been noteworthy and now this new 12" overflows with more brilliant ideas. After a hugely prolific 2020 he shows no signs of slowing down here. Once again he fuses classic jazz-funk style with fresh London broken beat and wall that is good about the current jazz scene. Blurring boundaries as he goes this could be as good in a live setting as it could through a big sound system in a club. Big chords, bristling drumming, disco energy, it's all here and then some.
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Phoebe Bridgers' critically acclaimed and fan approved alternative indie long player Punisher has four tunes from it reversioned on this great new 12". Arranger Rob Moose is the man doing it having worked with Sufjan Stevens, The National, Bon Iver and may others. What he brings is a luscious new sound with majestic, sweeping new orchestral arrangements that bring new perspective to one of last year's best records. This one is sure to win as many new fans as it will please the old ones.

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