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Taken from a trio of 45s from the Vong45 record label, here the West Loop collective remake some of their favourite soul, jazz and funk tracks. This release in the series has West Loop remaking the original foundation to the A Tribe Called Quest masterpiece 'Electric Relaxation' - 'Mystic Brew' as recorded by Blue Note keyboard player Ronnie Foster in 1972. Featuring all live instrumentation including some fierce Hammond organ vamps, a deep rich bassline and a vibrant electric piano solo, West Loop revitalise the jazziness of the original on 'Part 1' but move into a funkier direction with 'Part 2' on the flip. Perfect 45 territory for the funk and hip hop DJs.
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Here's a great example of a simple idea, brilliantly executed. It sees artists from the UK's contemporary musical underground - most, though not all, with roots in jazz - re-make tracks from the Blue Note catalogue in their own personal style. The result is a series of sublime and sometimes surprising covers, with highlights including Jorja Smith's deliciously bluesy and soulful nu-jazz take on St Germain's 'Rose Rouge', a sumptuous interpretation of Donald Byrd's smooth jazz-funk classic 'Wind Parade' courtesy of Jordan Rakei, Skinny Pelembe's Afro-tinged cosmic jazz version of the Sam Rivers Sextet's 'Illusion', a spacey, ultra-deep re-imagining of Eddie Henderson's 'Galaxy' by Alfa Mist and an incredible, classic-sounding recording of Dinah Washington favourite 'I'll Never Stop Loving You' by Yazmin Lacey.
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Dark Entries is humbled to continue digging through the archives of legendary producer Patrick Cowley. While best known for his production on chart-topping cybernetic disco anthems such as Sylvester's 'You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)' or his own 'Menergy', Cowley, who passed away from AIDS-related illness in 1982, left us with a substantial body of work. Since 2009, Dark Entries has been working with Cowley's friends and family to shed light on the lesser known facets of this singular artist's output. This has resulted in a string of celebrated archival albums, including Catholic (featuring Jorge Socarras), School Daze, Muscle Up, Afternooners, and the recent Mechanical Fantasy Box. Some Funkettes, the latest addition to this series, is a collection of previously unreleased cover songs recorded from 1975-1977. These raw, unembellished tributes both showcase Cowley's early musical interests and chart the development of his production techniques.
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We are proud to present our second album "Cosmic Transmission". In another time it felt like, only an unpredictable extreme event could change the way we choose to live together. Now it feels so crazy, it can be overwhelming, but always remember we are just a tiny micro spaceship traveling through a gigantic universe. When nothing is safe, all is possible. We are one - one love. M&D
Strange anomalies are scattered throughout the world. Things that could not possibly belong to the time period or place in which they were found. These so called out of place artifacts baffle historians & archaeologists up until today and have inspired producers Vril & Rodhad to write a collaborative concept album. As a result the two producers got together in the studio with the idea to subvert the expectations of their previous work. They experimented over two sessions in 2018 and 2019, resulting in a record showcasing a different palette of sounds and tempo.
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When Inhmost made their debut on Greta Cottage Woodpile in 2015, we remarked on the quality of their picture-perfect tributes to the cosmic, soul-warming sound of 1990s ambient labels such as Fax and Apollo. "Everything Is New", their belated second album, takes a similar widescreen, retro-futurist approach, with the publicity-shy duo delivering impeccably crafted, exceedingly atmospheric workouts that variously doff a cap to Global Communication ("Aurulia"), Pete Namlook (the quiet and contemplative "Break Down"), Space Time Continuum ("Deeper Thoughts"), the Irresistible Force ("Sleep Walk"), Ninja Tune's almost forgotten N Tone label ("Spectrum"), and the more ambient end of Richard H Kirk's Sandoz project (the warm and wonderful "Sometime For Time").
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Delano Smith - An Odyssey (Sushitech 15th Anniversary reissue)
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$32.34
To celebrate the label's 15th birthday, Sushitech has decided to offer-up deluxe reissues of some key releases. Here the Berlin-based imprint delivers a fresh coloured vinyl pressing of Delano Smith's 2012 debut album 'An Odyssey', bundling it with an A3 poster. It's a welcome reissue, because the set is still Smith's most complete and well-rounded release. It contains a wealth of Detroit deep house and tech-tinged house gems, including driving and hypnotic opener 'Survival', the organ-sporting warmth of 'Feel This', the jazzy brilliance of 'Midnight Hours', and the loopy late night hedonism of 'No Turning Back'.
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If you keep an ear to BBC 6 Music, or UK indie culture in general, Hebden Bridge will hardly be a stranger. The West Yorkshire town has a big reputation for all things alternative, and is home to The Trades Club. Despite its size and worn aesthetic - or perhaps because of - the venue has cemented a firm reputation as one of the rooms of choice for rising bands and established cult heroes alike. This is Snapped Ankles playing in that building on 12th October 2019, album title a reference to the distance between backroom pool table and stage. As per with the band in question, tracks break from the blocks with a distorted, punkish, psychedelic fervour, synths and guitars ablaze. Hits such as 'I Want My Minutes Back' and 'Letter From Hampi Mountain' painting the most vividly upbeat and intensely groove-laden picture of what the gig was probably like.
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