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Cardiff's Che Ahmed produces under many aliases such as Chesus, Earl Jeffers and Metabeats, but had only one release as Earls BOOOM!!!l It was widely sought after, leading to another much needed repress here - now the third since its original release back in 2016. 'Thank You' is a thumpin' disco house monster that's looped to perfection, and its vocal is just epic throughout. The dusty, late night heads-down stomp of 'Badadu' follows, while over on the flip he remixes some golden oldies you'll for sure know from the first beat, in the form of 'D-D-D' and 'The Paper'.
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Sweely - Closer Energy
Following six years of increasingly impressive EPs for such labels as Distant Hawaii, Bokhari and Lobster Theremin, Sweely has finally got round to producing a debut album. Slightly more eclectic than his 12" singles but still dominated by spacey chords, intergalactic electronics and tactile grooves that sit somewhere between tech-house and techno. Closer Energy is a quietly impressive collection that puts mood and melody front and centre. Our picks of a very strong bunch include the electro/analogue deep house fusion of 'Keep On Rock'n', the late 90s UK tech-house lusciousness of 'Techy Sunrise', the acid-flecked micro-house squelch of 'MiniLook', and the two hazy ambient cuts that top and tail the LP.
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Feed La - Cihangir
A delightful mix of nu-jazz and jazzanova, the German group comprising of Jeff Ozdemir, Daniel Gahn, Ozgur Bayraktar and Treetop (aka Michael Voss, who personally hand-stamped these gorgeous 7" records) are serving up a drum-fueled slice of electro jazz, with some buttery sax that makes 'Cihangir's three and a half minute runtime pass you by in an instant. The 7"s replay value is infinite, from the title track's more Lounge rooted sensibilities, to side b's 'Feed lala' with its groovy electronica synths competing with subdued piano notes over the groups classic drum focus. Just one listen is enough to send you on a 3 hour jazz dive. Don't pass up on this extremely limited piece of jazz perfection.
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Sven Wunder - Sun Kissed
Sven Wunder's last album Natura Morta back in November 2021 is still on heavy rotation here. It found the Swedish artist really excels in his serene and sophisticated jazz sounds. Now he's back with another treat in the form this special little 7". Both tracks continue in his fine vein of form with broken beats and nu jazz sounds. The title tune 'Sun-Kissed' is an uplifting mid-tempo groove with a pop rhythm, brass and woodwind flavored vibes with a nice sitar and a soulful feel throughout.
Solar Suite - Clear Skies
Welsh label Haws keeps on serving up the goods, this time with a 17th fresh techno EP. It is Naarm-based DJ and producer Solar Suite who steps up this time with a varied EP that mixes up club-ready bangers with slow-motion workouts. 'Clear Skies' opens up with twinkling keys and thumping drums, while 'Tasman Transmission' is a cosmic house cut with electronic funk to spare. 'Subtropique' is dubby, bubbly, heady and 'Still Life' then picks up the pace with another mix of balmy solar pads and electronic house drums. 'Contact' rounds out with a more blissed out and reflective groove.
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Dj Normal 4 - Call Of The Valley EP
Since debuting the alias on Klasse Wrecks back in 2016, Tim Schumacher has used the DJ Normal project as a vehicle for his kaleidoscopic, psychedelic musical fantasies, drawing on a pool of influences including ambient techno, early psy-trance, electro and house-tempi breakbeat hardcore. It's a vividly hallucinatory but club-ready sound that rarely fails to hit the spot, as this new outing proves. Mind-mangling TB-303 acid lines are the order of the day on ambient techno-goes-breaks opener 'Call of the Valley' and the Brown Album-era Orbital flex of 'Enjoi', while 'Selva' is a trance-inducing stomper full of rising and falling lead lines and trippy electronics. To round things off, Schumacher dips the tempo and doffs a cap to the ultra-trippy end of the new beat spectrum (the excellent 'Energee').
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Sam Dees - Where Is The Love
Sam Diss has a buttery voice that immediately melts the heart. His tunes on the likes of Outta Sight and Kent Dance and albums on Pure Pleasure always sell out. This 7" single was written by the man himself and is one of his many majestic cuts from a career that started in the late 60s and found him recording for the next 30 odd years. An original will be hard to find and probably too costly if you do so grab this limited edition 7" and prepare to get smoochy as soon as you drop the needle on the record.

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