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In a rare exception from their usual hyper-obscure archive finds, Best Record have opted this time to give a proper reissue to a diggers favourite which enjoyed a second turn in the spotlight via a Dimitri From Paris compilation on BBE. Radiance and Andrea Stone's "You're My Number 1" is everything a boogie jam should be, from the liquid funk of the bassline to the snap of the drums - we defy anyone to stay off the floor when this pearl drops. It's no surprise to know it was mixed by the legendary M&M Productions team, featuring disco mix champion John Morales. The original is ace, but the extended dub mix on the flip is the one that will have the heads freaking out.
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More from Studio Mule's must-check "Midnight In Tokyo" series, which gathers together obscure gems from the Japan that "sound best listened to at night". While the previous volume largely focused on forgotten Japanese jazz-funk, this edition is more eclectic in tone, variously touching on rare groove, new wave, soul and disco. It's another belting selection, all told, with highlights including the breathy sleaziness of Yoko Hatanaka's "More Sexy", the post-punk boogie eccentricity of Mari Kaneko's "Get To Paradise", the sprightly synth-funk of "Sunshine Bright On Me" by Kangaroo and the synth-rock silliness of The Fad's wonderfully over-the-top "Singing Lady".
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Sex Pistols / The Dead Boys / Generation X / The Rich Kids / X Ray Spex / Sham 69 - DOA: A Right Of Passage (directed by Lech Kowalski)
Equipment
$18.23
In 1978 The Sex Pistols embarked on the legendary American tour that they would never finish. DOA: A Rite of Passage is the unique, grainy and up-close document of a unique moment in music history, packed with live footage of The Pistols' incendiary American shows, as well as live performances from Terry and The Idiots, Dead Boys, Generation X, Rich Kids, X-Ray Spex, Sham 69 and additional music from The Clash and Iggy Pop. The cameras also go behind-the-scenes into bars, clubs and car parks and features the now infamous Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen bed interview.
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Victrola is the duo of Antonio "Eze" Cuscina and Carlo Smeriglio from Messina, Italy. The band formed in 1979 but shortly thereafter relocated to Florence take part in a rich musical scene alongside Neon, Pankow, Alexander Robotnick, and Diaframma. Beginning as a 4-piece (two guitarists, bassist, drummer) they slimmed down to a synthesizer and guitar-based duo by 1982. Their sole release was the now classic "Maritime Tatami"/"A Game Of Despair" EP from 1983, which we reissued in 2012. 'Born From The Water' is a 12 song collection of unreleased demos recorded between 1983 and 1985. The band sent us over 100 cassettes, through which we dug to compile the first volume of their archival darkwave ballads. They used an array of Roland synthesizers (TR-606, TB-303, TR-909, Juno 6) plus a Korg Polysix, Yamaha DX7, Casio VL-Tone VL-1, DR-55 Dr. Rhythm, and Fender Stratocaster and Jazz Bass. Some of the songs would later appear on various compilations, but the versions presented here are unique. Victrola engulfs the listener with trance-inducing synth lines, oblique minor-key bass lines, angular guitar riffs, and melancholic vocals. The songs tell tales of youth, love, karma, and the decline of civilization in modern times. Each song has been carefully remastered for vinyl by George Horn at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley. The records come housed in a jacket designed by Eloise Leigh, which uses motifs from the band's sole release and includes an insert with liner notes and photos.
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Steve Mason - About The Light
CD
$10.46
If The Clash is the first thing you think when seeking out this cover then you're in the right place for this kinda music. An affiliate of Domino sub-label Double-Six since forever, About The Light presents Steve Mason's fourth studio album for the label and first in around three years. Mason channels positivity, stability since relocating to Brighton and the desire to reconnect through a dub-time album of acoustic, Brit-pop, and let's say even folky electronic ska. Classic drum machines act as micro-opening-monologues in some tracks, like "Rocket" and "No Clue", furthermore giving Mason some unneeded street credibility, on an album best suited for that 24-hour party person. Steve Mason calling.
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Noah Skelton - AMOUR 001
12"
$10.72
For the label's first release, German imprint Amour has recruited rising star Noah Skelton, a producer who has previously served up tech-house treats on Silencio, Mayak and Cabinet Records, amongst others. Skelton starts in fine style with "Trailblazer", a wonderfully dreamy, funk-fuelled affair that joins the dots between the spacey, futurist sound of 1990s tech-house and the rolling chunkiness of more contemporary tech-tinged fare. He reaches for deep space chords once more on similarly inclined flipside cut "Altitude" - all two-step-influenced house beats, ultra-deep electronics and fireside-warm bass - while closing track "Nightfall" is a swirling, early morning roller of the type that Parisian crew Yoyaku has been serving up all year.
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Famed Bologna selector Luca Trevisi digs deep into his crates for another edit session. Four jazz funk obscurities each one primed with the spirit the Irma affiliate has pushed since his residency at the famous Kinky Club in the 80s; vibes range from the belting Al Green style falsettos of "Trying My Best Love" to the dual guitar peaks and crazed bluesy frenzy of "Run Mona" and the Booker T style organ blasts of "Lick The Lollipop". Hot and indeed groovy.
Fresh from serving up some savage "Rave Reworks" on an ultra-limited 12" single, techno's leading number crunchers return with an EP of fresh studio jams. As usual, what's on offer is intense, full-throttle and mind-altering in the extreme. Check, for example, opener (and title track) "000000005", where increasingly ragged, wayward and psychedelic acid lines surge forwards over a stomping, kick-drum dominated beat, or"000000006", an acid techno onslaught that waves a glow-stick towards the Halcyon days of German techno-trance. The acid-fired '90s techno revivalism continues on the flip with two more chunks of sweaty, mind-altering peak-time insanity. Not one for the faint hearted.
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