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Philadelphia International Records was of course a goldmine for irresistible soul sounds. One of the main men responsible for that was the legend Lou Rawls. This lovely new 12" brings together a couple of his signature sounds with subtle remix work by Mike Maurro. You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine' and 'See You When I Git There' have been taken from the original master tapes and given some modern dance floor touches to make them essential all over again. The a-side in particular has superb drums and aching vocals that stay with you a long time.
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Moderat performed what they knew would be one of their last concerts in 2017 - at least, for a while, anyway. Having been in need for a hiatus, COVID restrictions kicked in and the pressure to juggle performing and music-making was off. Thus came 'MORE D4TA', an album that strove after connection and collaboration in an era where the potential for such was stunted. Now finally finished and polished, the album comes for all to enjoy, demonstrating some of the duo's most focused and pop-structured production and modular chops.
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The 1978 self-titled album by the free soul band Lemuria remains much talked about around rare groove circles. Formed by Kirk Thompson of the iconic Kalapana, it's a proud statement of Hawaiian AOR, and highlights the magic touch of Thompson as both a keyboardist, and behind the mixers, his work as the album's serving producer. For this new reissue edition, P-VINE is including three bonus tracks and two alternate takes for the first time on vinyl, resulting in this deluxe fourteen track double gatefold package.
Armando Trovajoli - Sessomatto (Soundtrack)
The late Italian film composer Armando Trovajoli was best known for his Italian expressionist / exploitation soundtracks. It's not so known that he made funk: 'Sessomato' and 'Kinky Peanuts' is as such a lesser known rarity, and consists of two made as part of his soundtrack to the film Sessomatto. With vocals from Edda Dell'Orso, the two tracks here are whispry, clean, tambourine-rattling and erotic; trumpets and drums buzz away on the A, while the B opts for clavichordy samba goodness.
Jazztronik - Universal Language
Jazztronik led producer and keys man Ryota Nozaki celebrates 23 years of releases whilst presenting his latest instrumental based album , Universal Language. Jazztronik on this release are a scaled down Trio with Ichiro Fujitani on bass & Masanori Amakura on drums.
West German duo xPropaganda formed in Dusseldorf's avant-garde and post-punk scenes in the early '80s. While seemingly operating as common form of band - the industrial electropunk duo - they've always managed to upend the trope. 'The Heart Is Strange' is their latest cold factoryscape, scoring just 8 tracks of proto-transhuman gush. Clock choice cuts 'Beauty Is The Truth' and 'No Ordinary Girl' on this sprawling cyborg of an LP.
It's time to strap in for another ride around Planet 3030, this time with Acid Synthesis as your pilot. Theer are zero prizes for guessing the style son offer here: right from the opening cut the acid lines begin to warp themselves around you over icy techno pulses. 'Optic Flow' then brings a more rugged 303 line that is stretched and skewed over dubby, bulbous drums and 'Acid' then gets down and dirty with a nice menacing lead and haunting pads off in the distance. Last of all, 'Perception Of Time' cuts loose on far-sighted pads and bendy bass, taught kicks and a nice heady sense of soulful futurism.
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As we have made clear many, many times before, Drexciyan electro really isn't dead. Our best case in point yet comes in the form of this stellar EP from Sound Synthesis, whose music gets at the slightly more emotive edges of interplanetary electro, 808 rattles, and sinister vocoder space. Sci-fi themes abound on this neat little EP, which restrains itself from its sense of emotion just as neatly as it teases, while 'Deep Space Scanner' and 'Generatically Modified' truly show off an out-of-this-world aptitude at vocoder play.
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