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Nuances De Nuit Vol 3 is another club ready but stylish EP of all fused house, minimal and techno sounds. Kolter immediately makes you move with 'Don't Kill My Groove', a perfectly fluid and slippery rhythm with warm chord smears and crisp perc. T Jacques then ups the ante with an old school tinged and punchy tech cut, 'Control,' that is awash with sci-fi pads. The Metropolitan Acid mix of 'Here For The Love' is a full flavour jam with diving bass and euphoric keys up top. Vitess closes down with '133cc', a bustling track full of rave energy, knotted synths and big stabs that ride on dusty breaks.
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Khruangbin might be the most logical and fitting choice for a Late Night Tales compilation in recent memory. The Texan psychedelic chill artists have always had a sense of the exploratory and unknown running through their blissful grooves, and the fundamental idea behind this series was always about opening up doors to new musical discoveries for listeners. In many ways, the Houston trio have gone above and beyond. Melding a breadth of sounds that have emerged from an equally diverse set of cultures, we visit Hindi-disco, South Korean rock, African bass, Belarusian folk. Capped off with an exclusive version of Kool & The Gang's 'Summer Madness' conceived by the compilers themselves, it's a case of 15 gateway tracks all of which belong to artists and genres that are crying out for you to dive in.
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Main Source - Looking At The Front Door (reissue)
7"
$14.87
Mr Bongo come through once more with a first UK issue of this slice of hip-hop history. It is the lead single from Main Source's Breaking Atoms album and is one of two such 45s the Brighton label, shop and archivists are putting out. Undisputed rap classic 'Looking At The Front Door' goes first and ride son nice loose drums with oft sampled bass and off course some fine MC work. On the flip is another gem, 'Let Roger Do His Thing', which is darker, more hard hitting and with some DJ scratching for extra streetwise sagger.
Gigi Testa digs deep on this one and comes up with a superbly spiritual new offering that is focused on an Afr-Brazilian musical tradition. And that is manipulating live instruments and electronic machines into new forms, with respect and reverence for each, and the end product as shown here is magically melodic music with spirit, storytelling power, and escapist atmospheres all married to a subtle samba beat. It makes perfect sense that next to the original, the one and only deep house master Ron Trent steps up to serve up one of his Romantic Flight interpretations and leads the track into new realms.
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"This was the post-dubstep era," says Bonobo when reflecting on his now 10 year old and rightfully classic album Black Sands. "Elements of House and 2-step. All wonky and joyful. It was fun and progressive." It sure was, and is, with its glistening harmonies, lurching bass and cross-genre fusions all taking you on a real musical adventure that hits some super tender highs as well as melancholic, involving lows. The reissue features a new cover taken by Bonobo in the Lake District during last year, and comes on red vinyl with new liner notes by the artist himself.
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Dawl - Born Abstract
LP
$28.06
Born Abstract is a debut album from UK bleep and breakbeat master DAWL aka Dropout main man Darren Woollard on the Childhood Intelligence label. It's an intergalactic trip back to the future, with computerised melodies and heavy drums on 'Quadrant 6' then more manic techno stomps on 'Red Sky.' Elsewhere things get deep on 'Recon' a slippery and supple track with rich acid. 'Quantoum Jam' heads into electro territory and then it's an old school rave on 'I'm Confused'. Born Abstract is fun, fulsome, fantastic and as good as retro-future techno gets.
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The Cowboy Bebop was an anime series that was much loved for its soundtrack albums by Japanese compose and instrumentalist Yoko Kanno and his band the Seatbelts. The sounds were weird and wonderful affairs that made odd connections between seemingly disparate worlds - jazz, rock, j-pop and electronic, often with a curious aesthetic. Just this year, Kanno has returned to soundtracking the series on Netflix so this reissue is sure to connect with fans old and new. It is largely instrumental, with big band pieces next to more ambient passages and extensive alto sax deployment. As far as cult records go, this one is right up there.
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Patrice Scott - The Uprise
12"
$12.07
Longtime Detroit badman Patrice Scott ensures Christmas comes early for all lovers of deep house. This EP on his own Sistrum is a real doozy that opens with the slow and purposeful kicks of 'The Uprise,' a real beatdown gem. 'Ghetto Love' is explores more of his usual realm - cavernous musical depths that encourage your mind to wander and get lost in amongst the wispy pads and curious motifs. Last of all, 'That Vibe' brings a very subtle sense of Motor City party, with soulful chords and upbeat kicks embellished with playful Rhodes work. Timeless stuff for sure.
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