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The good folks at Gamm pop up with another of their irresistible slices of feel good funk. This one takes what some people would say is one of the most significant rare groove tracks ever in Headhunter's 'God Make Me Funky' and get Opolopo to tweak it with his usual sense of elan. The results are deadly, full of funky bass and sample course you will well recognise. On the B-side Opolopo draws out the grooves and goes for a soulful house roller that reworks Sylvia St. James's downtempo groover 'Motherland' to perfection.
Emma-Jean Thackray is at the heart of the UK's booming jazz scene. She is utterly prolific, too, having put out her UM Yang record in August 2020, a fantastic Walrus EP in November last year, and now this fantastic debut full length on Movementt. It is a soon-to-be-classic that is as nourishing for the mind and body as it soul. Drawing on everything from funk to soul, fusion to pop, it's a richly detailed album that wins you over effortlessly. The jazz house stylings of 'Say Something' are sure to be huge this summer once we get back to proper clubs, and when Emma-Jean plays her own live shows it's not hard to see the lush sonics and expansive grooves of 'Spectre' being a real highlight.
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The 3 Winans Brothers served up their Foreign Land album, from which this single is taken, in 2014. But it could as well as be from any of the proceeding three decades. It is life-affirming gospel, soul and r&b that makes perfect fodder for a remixer like Louie Vega. The gorgeous backing vocals remind in place, as do the main male voices, but the drums are either drawn out and made all the more soulful or shorted up and energised for the club across these four superb mixes. House music doesn't come more authentic or stirring than this. 838848-01
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Science Cult keep on the pressure after an impressive inaugural EP. This time-out label fam Serge Geyzel and Karsten Pflum are on the buttons with a super-strong four track offering of rugged electro beats. 'Verruca' is the blistering opener with its whip-snapping snares and coruscated basslines. 'Clu' pings about like a pinball machine 'Doppelt' gets techy with muscular drum breaks and distorted synths fizzing about the mix. This one comes on white and blue splatter vinyl for as much of a visual impact as a musical one.
Blu & Exile have been working together for years. Their first album came in 2012 and they only followed it up last year with Miles: From An Interlude Called Life on Dirty Science Records. It was a jam-packed affair with high-profile features from Miguel, Aloe Blacc, Fashawn, Artful Dodger and more, and one the standout tunes was 'Miles Davis.' That now gets its own standout 45rpm release complete with its own 45 adapter and a couple of new versions. The original is a smoky hip-hop joint with jazz keys and trumpet. The Sirplus remix is more about the lush keys and a walking baseline. Two instrumentals are also included.
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Laroye / Lee Wilson - Beautiful
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$14.05
The Vick Lavender 12" on Ocha was a real winner. The label follow it up with more heat here that is sure to become a future classic. It comes from Laroye & Lee Wilson with plenty of summer-ready vibes. The extended mix of 'Beautiful' is a classic soulful house jam. The drums are packed with passion, the percussion is sprinkled over the top with real vitality and a playful bassline often has room to shine. The Yoruba Soul mix is similarly rich and musical but a little more paired back for a steamier sunset vibe. Casamena ups the ante for when it is fully dark in the club then the Deep Dream mix is perfect for the afters or Sunday comedown session.
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We now know that Baku is Tom Green, aka Another Fine Day and Strange Attractor. He knows how to lay down tripped out, superbly stylish and frictionless grooves that lock floors in for days and daze. The second offering on his own self-titled label comes a year after the first and 'Track 1' opens with swirling pads and icy, paired down drum programming. A classic Otis Redding vocal sample is laced in over the top to get the crowd reactions going. 'Track 2' is initially harder and more physical with its drums leaning into the groove and tripped out synth details. But then a Balearic guitar riff punctures the mood only to disappear just as quickly. Playful stuff for sure.
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Arp Frique's album 'The Seed' is due in autumn of this year. Before then, Rush Hour have decided to tease us with a perfect pair of tunes from it on this limited edition 7". It packs in the sunshine right from the off, with synthesized sounds and icy drum rhythms overlaid with an exotic and intoxicating vocal performance from Mariseya. 'Oi Quem Q'ue Nos' (feat Americo Brito) is then a more atmospheric track with afro drum patterns and swirling pads, snaking bass and a passionate vocal from Americo Brito. These tunes show a lot of promise for the upcoming full length.
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