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The Dynamite Cuts crew serve up another scorching 45 here with two legends taking one side a piece. Both of these tracks are making their first ever appearance on vinyl here, the first being by the funk pioneers The Fatback Band. Their 'Fatbackin' is a rare groove classic that has long got b-boy's excited and brims with energy. Flip it over and you'll find 'Matrix' by jazz trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie - famous for his humungous cheeks once he starts playing. It's a massive tune that has been sampled endlessly by the hip-hop world and has a sweet jazz-funk groove that'll make you move.
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For avant-garde jazz collectors, Black Unity Trio's sole album, 1969's Al Fatihah, has long been a genuine "holy grail" record. The Ohio-based outfit pressed and distributed just 500 copies first time around, making it one of the rarest free-jazz sets around. Happily, Gotta Groove Records has decided to reissue it, presenting the atmospheric, experimental and decidedly cosmic set in freshly remastered, audiophile-quality sound. The set itself is breathlessly brilliant in places, with wild, exuberant alto saxophone solos, sharp cello sounds and rubbery double bass rising above sweaty drums and a variety of chaotic percussion sounds. While undeniably freeform in parts, the album is also extremely expressive, offering a powerful musical commentary on what were notoriously turbulent times for the USA. No wonder it still sounds so relevant in 2020.
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Ashley Beedle / Abi Clarke - Nothing But Love
12"
$11.65
Earlier in the year, Ashley Beedle teamed up with his regular studio buddy Darren Morris to rework an old London boogie scene classic, with all profits from the GAMM release being handed to charity in Paul 'Trouble' Anderson's honour. Here the long-serving DJ/producer returns to the Swedish imprint with three more re-edits, this time crafted in cahoots with Abi Clarke. The pair begins by delivering a suitably sensuous and extended take on a luscious Barry White classic ("Nothing But Love (for JB)"), before having their wicked way with a mid-tempo, head-nodding 1980s R&B jam from Mitume ("Hold Fast"). They stick in 1980s boogie-soul territory with rework number three, which sees them successfully tweak a gem by Steve Arrington ("Yes Indeed (Rock Free For Trouble)").
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Radioactive Man / Annie Hall / Sansibar / Vc 118a - Exit Planet Earth: Nitrogen
12"
$11.09
"The third edition of the Exit Planet Earth vinyl series features four more exclusive intergalactic selections from Ralph Lawson.A 'Exit Planet Earth - Nitrogen' features a selection of pioneers and up and coming talent. First up is a true legend of the UK electro scene, Keith Tenniswood aka 'Radioactive Man', who creates a constantly evolving sonic trip called 'One Out'. Watch out for the surprise sting in it's tail too. Sharing the A side is the incredibly talented Spanish producer Annie Hall, arriving fresh from her stunning CPU releases. Annie creates melodic landscapes, layered with intricate string orchestration driven by deep bass.A On the flip side Helsinki-based Sunny Seppa aka Sansibar shows exactly why he is fast becoming hot property following his immense debut album on FTP - 'Targeted Individuals'. ASansibar brings the record back to the 4/4 with a flowing yet subtle working of synths and pads. Also based in Finland yet hailing from Holland is VC-118A, who previously caught our attention with his track 'PCB' a firm favourite at Exit Planet Earth events. VC118-A delivers some deep space dub with expertly crafted production centring on low end theory.
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Do you have a tendency to look in the mirror with shame and horror about the person you might become? Do you have neon blood? Have you ever driven a forklift carrying a pallet of rotten fruit? Have you ever eaten tater tots from Skylark?
Roisin Murphy - Murphy's Law
12"
$11.65
In early September, Roisin Murphy will release her first album in four years, "Roisin Machine", a set of stellar songs produced by long-time collaborator Richard Barratt AKA Crooked Man. Before that, she's decided to finally treat us to a vinyl version of recent single "Murphy's Law" - an ultra-sweet slab of groovy deep disco smothered in rich instrumentation, all topped off by one of her near perfect lead vocals. Barratt's warm and tender original mix proudly sits on the flipside, with a superb Cosmodelica Remix on the "A". This is a brighter and breezier affair, with squelchy synth-bass and springy old-school house piano parts being joined by Murphy's addictive vocal and selected instrumental snippets from Barratt and studio partner Dave Lewin's album version.
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Black Rox - Black Rox 5
12"
$9.43
Black Rox returns with installment no.5 in the series. Their continuing voyage in bringing another set of unearthed-mother-earthed flavoured gems remains their goal. Roots Unit are - once again - on the cutting and splicing side of things, this time tackling 2 rockets with afro-centric house leanings. First up is 'This Poem', an alternative house take on the tune made most famous by Bobby Konders via his initial sample source, way back when. Percussive house beats mixed with deep stringy chords intertwined by THAT poem. Simple, effective and one that will lift many a dance floor. Secondly we have 'Trenchtown Double Down'. This is an altogether moodier dub-house affair that sees Jamaica go to a lost New York garage party circa 1993.
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