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The Reflex's reworks of million-selling disco, soul and pop hits may be sneered at by snooty, self-styled "collector" DJs, but the rest of us can't get enough of them. There's a reason for that, of course: they're invariably brilliant. Here he serves up two more gems guaranteed to start the party. On the A-side you'll find his legendary revision of the sparser LP mix of Wham's "Everything She Wants". The London-based Frenchman extends and dubs out the track's delicious machine drums and synths before introducing the late, great George Michael's fantastic vocals. The results are, of course, impressive. Over on the flip, he gets busy with Eddie Kendricks' classic "A Date With The Rain", making merry with the original's killer percussion, horns and reverb-drenched vocals.
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Throughout his four year recording career, Larry "Bruce" McCarthy has managed to carve out a sonic space all of his own - one that mangles dystopian analogue techno, post-dubstep grooves, Young Echo style soundscapes, trippy electro and dub-wise sounds into thrilling new audio shapes. This unique musical mixture is the key to the success of debut album "Sonder Somatic", which cannily emphasizes the intoxicating, otherworldly side of McCarthy's output. Although there are a few dancefloor-focussed workouts on show - see the deep creep of "Baychimo", percussively punchy "What" and rugged "Cacao" - the majority of the album is more atmospheric and unusual, with clear nods towards fellow Bristol residents Young Echo, vintage IDM and the dub-fired electronica of Jay Glass Dubs.
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Various - Brainfeeder X
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$13.27
Anniversary compilations tend to fall into one of two camps, with labels either offering up a straight retrospective or a collection of previously unheard material. "Brainfeeder X", the tenth anniversary set from Flying Lotus' eclectic and experimental imprint, delivers the best of both worlds. Disc one tells the story so far, joining the dots between ambient, jazz, instrumental hip-hop, distorted techno and wonky house via cuts by the likes of Martyn, Daedelus, Taylor McFerrin, Thundercat and DJ Paypal. Disc two, meanwhile, showcases exclusive, unheard material, with highlights including the dream-time soul of Thundercat and BADBADNOTGOOD's "King of the Hill", the sunrise-ready deep house of Ross From Friends, the madcap IDM rush of Dorian Concept and the high-octane jazz-rap madness of Flying Lotus and Busdriver's "Ain't No Coming Back".
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It's been more the 20 years since the era-defining Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness album of Smashing Pumpkins fame, and although some will argue albums of recent years may not have been quite as wrapped up in the 'zeitgeist' of their previous works, it's with a touch of 'melancholy' we say that Shiny & Oh So Bright Vol 1: No Past No Future No Sun harks back to that feeling of the 1990s past that made the band so defining. Produced in accordance with Rick Rubin - helping cast the sound of Beastie Boys, The Red Hot Chilli Peppers to System Of A Down, Slayer and countless others - this album hits that sweet spot again with the band's founding members Billy Corgan, James Iha, Jimmy Chamberlin and longtime guitarist Jeff Schroeder. Yep, it's "1979" all over again.
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Foolhardy Lush Smartphone Pause.
During the funk era, heavyweight boxing champ Muhammad Ali proved a great source of inspiration for many musicians and bands. Dig hard enough and you'll find tons of singles recorded in tribute to the legendary fighter. Le Stim's 1980 disco-funk tribute to "the king of the fighters" is not one of the better-known examples, but it's certainly one of the most scintillating. Here, the sought-after gem - all rousing horns, Clavinet-heavy grooves, spacey synths and starry-eyed vocals - is given the reissue treatment by Melodies International. Like the hard-to-find original, it includes both "long" and "short" versions, with the former - a sweaty, nine-minute workout straight from the top shelf - standing out.
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Adrianne Lenker - Hours Were The Birds
CD
$11.66
'I've got you and you've got me' sing the cherished words of Adrianne Lenker in her opening and title-track "Hours Were The Birds" to this album of the same name. It pretty much sets the tone for the LP as she adds: 'life is easy going and easy go too,' with the delivery of her voice alongside strokes of acoustic guitar adding a boisterous nuance to her live sound. There's a slight of melancholic angst to the lyrics she sings furthermore, and as cutesy as they can be, an inner, rolling country-side deepness transpires from here music. Like Kimya Dawson did with the oh-so wonderful film Juno, Adrianne Lenker's work here is touching enough to soundtrack the next indie, hit-flick sensation. A lovely listen.
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Hen Ogledd - Mogic
CD
$10.35
With the addition of Sally Pilkington to Hen Ogledd, the band - now three albums young - go from trio to quartet. Hen Ogledd (or 'The Old North' in Welsh) this time around transgress from their acoustic origins and sound heard more-so on Bronze from 2016 to now flirting and experimenting with an electronic tip (nerds may spot that space echo delay) with high and hollering vocal performances still standing out in their indie, synth pop style. Find some Welsh poetry and spoken word on "Gwae Reged o Heddiw" and "Transport & Travel", while elsewhere "Sky Burial" hits those melancholic sweet spots, and it's as if Enya inspirations are in there somewhere. A patchwork of witty, evoquial, sweet intelligence.
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