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Last year Kelly Finnigan - son of storied Hammond organist Mike Finnigan - released his debut album, "The Tales People Tell", a gloriously authentic and wholehearted tribute to 1960s soul and funk. It's from that set that these two tracks are taken. A-side "I Called You Baby" is an unflinchingly heavy deep funk workout rich in bustling breakbeats, memorable guitar riffs, sustained organ chords and fiery horn riffs, all topped off with a brilliant lead vocal from Finnigan. On flipside "Impressions of You", Finnigan switches mood, adding another heartfelt, passionate vocal to a slow, loved-up backing track that's every bit as impressive as the club-ready A-side.
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12 months on from the release of his brilliant album "Flamagra", Flying Lotus has decided to offer up an instrumental version of the set. Given that the set included some of the Los Angeles-based producer's best work to date, this is no bad thing. Stripped of almost all vocal contributions (bar the odd snatch of backing vocals), FlyLo's breathtakingly brilliant musical vision rightly takes centre stage. And what a vision! He's always been great at crafting glitchy, off-kilter hip-hop instrumentals, but "Flamagra" is much more than that, with the Brainfeeder founder utilizing the work of a wide range of guest musicians and far more nods towards his jazz and fusion roots. The original album was superb, and this is just as good, so don't sleep!
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Various - The First Circle
LP
$19.24
To mark the 50th release on his now 20-year-old Neroli imprint, head honcho Volcov has asked friends and label artists to deliver "heart-warming melodies and atmospheric songs" that in some way draw inspiration from the Brian Eno piece after which the label was named. It's a neat idea and one that has resulted in a string of superb pieces, many of which sit somewhere between ambient, new age and the "Fourth World" work of Jon Hassell. Highlights include - but are no way limited to - the eyes-closed jazz guitar solos and deep space electronics of Gerald Mitchell, Volcov and Pirahnahead's "Snow", the sun-bright bliss of Patrice Scott's "Untitled", the fretless bass-sporting cinematic rush of Kirk Degiorgio's "Leave Everything Behind" and the ultra-deep liquid techno that is Fred P's "Star Crossed".
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Bochum Welt - Seafire Remixes
12"
$8.47
Bochum Welt's 2019 album "Seafire" was arguably one of the strongest full-length sets that Central Processing Unit has released to date, which given the Sheffield-based label's track record is high praise indeed. This EP offers fresh interpretations of some of the album's many highlights. First up is a perfectly pitched radio edit of "More Light" a gorgeous slice of IDM bliss that recalls the halcyon days of Boards of Canada, which is later given a slightly chunkier - but no less beautiful - treatment by EOD and a bustling, club-ready electro re-fix, complete with Yorkshire bleeps, by veteran DJ/producer James Zabeila. Elsewhere, the ambient mix of "G1" is as luscious and blissful as you'd expect, while Teflon Tel Aviv's revision of "Color Me" is opaque, sun-kissed and more than a little spaced-out.
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Rude Marching Drum Storms.
It really isn't a clever name - The Magnetic Fields celebrate the beauty of brevity with 'Quickies', a collection of tracks that run to no more than two-and-a-half minutes, with the shortest clocking in at around 12 seconds. The question is, how much can you really do in such a small amount of time? Stephin Merritt et al more than prove the answer is 'quite a lot', if not 'loads'. With track titles like 'My Stupid Boyfriend' and '(I Want To Join A) Biker Gang' these efforts are nothing if not direct and to the point, but sat just behind all the immediacy and innocence is a depth and power stemming from allusion, suggestion and implication. Short, sweet, tender and evocative experimental pop rock of the highest caliber and most charming character you could ask for.
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Pins - Hot Slick
LP
$17.43
Re-grouped and, if the introductory stomp here is much to go by, re-charged, Manchester's PINS return with a generous helping of sound clash business, melding filthy electro sleaze and playful rock with two deft and confident hands, the results of which should score big with fans of seductive disco sludge. And let's face it that's pretty much most of us. Tracks like 'Read My Lips' and 'Bad Habit' are fine examples of a dark but alluring edge this lot seem more than capable of creating, while 'Daisies' could almost replace Wilson Phillips to score the final scene of 'Bridesmaids'. Which is certainly no bad thing. "We can keep going" the band threaten over 'Ghosting''s compressed but intense rave punk. Based on this, we're more than happy with that idea.
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The 1975 - Notes On A Conditional Form
LP
$28.98
There's certainly plenty to talk about here. British chart-topping and stadium-filling enigmas The 1975 return to prove you really can't predict what the troupe will do next, delivering what would be their most divisive and explorative album if it weren't for the fact they command so much loyalty from fans you could be forgiven for thinking dark forces were at play. 'Notes On A Conditional Form' is easily the furthest we've wandered from the formative years of a band that cut teeth doing teen-punk covers, and it's hard not to notice the subtle theme here. From 'Having No Head', which rides on a sharp house groove, through the garage breaks of 'Yeah I Know', low slung dub of 'Shiny Collarbone' and the shoegaze of 'Streaming', it plays out like a celebration of the breadth and diversity of UK pop culture.
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