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Back in 2014, Chez Damier dropped two mixes of 'Speechless' on Popcorn Records, paying tribute to fabled Parisian nightspot Rex Club in the process. Now the Prescription legend brings the cut back to life for Adeen, and there's a whole cast of other big hitters involved as well this time. First up, Nicholas remixes 'Speechless' and goes in heavy on a Rhodes hook, while Damier himself doffs his cap to Berlin's house mecca on the fluttering, guitar-laced 'Panorama Bar mix'. Camille Migas creates something limber, expressive and sparkling for more reflective moments. On the flip, more high-grade remixes from Jef K and DG complete the package for some of the finest house music money can buy.
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Given that their last album was released way back in 2009, many thought we'd never hear from Kings of Convenience again. Yet here we are, bathing in the gentle beauty of Peace Or Love, the Norwegian duo's surprise sixth studio album. It's a formidably enjoyable affair that's as easy-going and gently sun-kissed as any of their previous excursions, with the duo adding quietly soulful, soft-focus vocals to tactile and pin-bright backing tracks that combine folksy acoustic guitars, twinkling pianos and lilting strings with shuffling rhythms that variously doff a cap to bossa-nova, samba, classic pop and French chanson. It's not difficult or challenging in any way, but given the state of the world right now, we're more than happy to settle for cheery, soft-focus beauty.
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Ternion Sound / Enigma Dubz / Opus / Lost / Smith - Ternion Sound & Friends
12"
$14.26
Unstoppable US crew Ternion Sound continue to dent our senses with their 140 witchcraft with this supreme collaboration collection with some of the most respected and equally forward-thinking peers. First comes Enigma Dubz who joins the fray for an alien shoot 'em up 'The Engineers' before Opus comes crashing into the blend on the ultra crisp and dreamy 'Mediator'. Flip for two more high level banger b2bs: 'Catacombs' (with LOST) is an absolute stinker a la Coki 2007 while 'Heart Machine' (with Smith) closes the show with true chainsaw magic. Friends will be friends.
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Dj T Cuts / Disdained - The Kodo EP
12"
$17.45
Time for a little Mined fullness as label bossman T-Cuts collides with Disdained once again for this shared EP. T-Cuts takes the A with two demolition derbies; 'Jungle Drums' is total ruffage with its theatrical timestretches and lightning switches while 'Too Long' revels in its own outer planetary pressure and Bovril-thick subs. Flip to the B for two slightly more cosmic takes on the jungle dnb blueprints as 'Velvet Landscape' whips up a Justice-style narrative while 'Eco System' goes full-on warped and wonderful. Craftsmanship.
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Sub Love - The Other Side
12"
$16.01
Bristol archivists continue to document the west country's most pivotal rave records with this rare bubbler from the Sub Love vaults. The brainchild of a young DJ Die and Jody Wisternoff, Sub Love released a string of Warp/Bleep-influenced cuts during the early 90s, 'The Other Side' being one of them. Warm, woozy and prone to switches between the breaks and Detroitian 4/4s, it's a kindly reminder of the warmer, deeper take on hardcore that was emerging in the UK at the time. 30 years later it now returns with a super spacious contemporary 'Black Ice' dub mix from Hessle Audio affiliate Bruce. Timeless.
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Midnight Magic - Beam Me Up (remixed)
12"
$12.80
A decade ago, New York band Midnight Magic delivered arguably THE greatest disco anthem of the 21st century, the sing-along classic that is 'Beam Me Up'. Fittingly, Razor 'N' Tape has decided to mark the record's anniversary by delivering a trio of fresh remixes. Prins Thomas' A-side remix is the most faithful to the original, though it also boasts his usual dubbed-out effects, loose and heavy disco percussion and some wriggly acid lines amongst the disco bass, melancholic horn blasts and now-familiar vocals. Over on side B, Kim-Ann Foxman re-imagines the cut as a sleazy, mid-tempo acid disco chugger and Each Other re-frames it as a surging, arpeggio-driven dance through Italo-disco pastures. Ace!
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Leisure Dub / Armanious - Weekend Waiting
7"
$13.38
Two titans of the Balearic scene join forces here, as Swiss veteran Alex "Lexx" Storrer and Paul Byrne AKA Apiento deliver their first release as Leisure Dub. Boasting vocals from Kat Armania and some luscious guitar sounds courtesy of Simone Kartia, 'Weekend Waiting' is - in the 'New Fling Mix' form at least - a luscious slab of tactile R&B/21st century soul that contains audible nods to new jack swing and 1990s Sade records, as well as the pair's usual glistening Balearic sounds. Those looking for a heavier, street soul style interpretation should check the impeccable flipside rework, the fittingly titled 'Jeep Beat Mix'. Simply superb.
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Jex Opolis - It's Me Jexy
LP
$20.37
Over the last five years, Good Timin' supremo Jex Opolis has developed and fine-tuned a trademark sound that's more focused on dreamy synth sounds and dusty drum machine beats than any specific style or sub-genre. It's Me Jexy, his latest album, continues in this vein. After opening with the head-nodding, street soul-inspired warmth of 'It's Music', the Brooklyn beat-maker lays down a series of loved-up, breakbeat-driven turn-of-the-90s deep house gems ('Belly (Dance)', the impeccable 'Drive Safe', before using side two to variously offer up 8-bit electro ('Blue Quills'), tactile, synth-laden instrumental hip-hop ('Grab The Camcorder') and hard-to-pigeonhole slabs of colouful, tactile home listening bliss. In other words, it's another dreamy and kaleidoscopic excursion that's on-point from start to finish.
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