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Alex Kassian's debut 'Hidden Tropics' EP showcased Balearic beat mixed with ambient drone, though the German artist forwent this natural ambient tone in favour of a deep house cut earlier this year in the form of 'Leave your Life'. 'Strings of Eden' shows a return to form, with 2 brand new tracks offering a serene combination of flutes, piano, and even wave sounds and didgeridoo on 'Passing Clouds'. One thing Kassian has not left behind is the collaborative spirit from 'Leave your Life', with one of the three spots on this record being a synth infused 'Strings of Eden' Garden mix by Miguel Atwood-Fergusson. Think of it as the cooling tropical night to Kassian's sunny day in paradise. Kassians EP is just that, it's a taste of paradise.
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Strata Records is one of the most important notches in Detroit's jazz heritage. From Lyman Woodard Organization's Saturday Night Special to Malauwi's self-titled LP, their short catalogue was nonetheless vital. BBE have revisited the label with reissues in the past, and now they've invited nu jazz scene leaders Jazzanova to re-imagine some of the cuts from the Strata archives in their own fusion style. From Woodard classics like 'Joy Road', 'Creative Musicians' and 'Saturday Night Special' to Malauwi's 'Root in 7/4 Plus', these are seminal works approached with care and flair by a band who have undoubtedly proved themselves worthy over the years.
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Reclaim Your City is back with a hefty 14th serving, this time with some searing techno minimalism from Paris via Vienna with complimentary pair Eric Fetcher and Arthur Robert at the controls. Their sound is hugely hypnotic from the off, with Fetcher going first with 'Arrival,' a Mills-style deep space melodies and silky, rubbery drums racing ahead to an unknown future. Robert then offers the crunchy percussion and sonar pulses of 'Petrichor' and he then kicks off the b-side with a similarly textured and straight ahead roller, 'Centipede.' Fetcher's 'Balter' then close son a more Serengetis and smooth techno tip.
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If you call yourselves Stoner you better be able to lay claim to being the definitive stoner rock band, but what do you know? Led by Brant Bjork of Kyuss, Fu Manchu and The Desert Sessions legend, with the equally legendary Nick Oliveri (Queens of the Stone Age) on bass, this is a supergroup without a doubt. Following hot on the heels of their debut album Stoners Rule, the group return with totally..., featuring more of those fuzz-caked guitars, languorous bass licks and such coolly detached songs as 'A Million Beers', 'Spacedude & The Burn' and 'Driving Miss Lazy'. This is the sound of musical heroes kicking back and playing for fun, and they can't help but make it the dopest rock music you've heard since their last album.
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Steffi / Virginia - Yours
12"
$13.00
Second time around for Steffi's first collaboration with life partner Virginia, killer 2010 single 'Yours'. Now fully remastered, this much-needed reissue boasts the three most essential versions of the track, which was subsequently featured on her Ostgut Ton released LP Yours & Mine. In its original form, 'Yours' is an unashamed throwback to the halcyon days of house and techno at the turn of the '90s, with sweet and memorable lead vocals from Virginia rising above a crunchy drum machine rhythm, rising synth stabs, warehouse-ready motifs and a simple but effective bassline. Arguably even better is the ultra-hypnotic, locked-in dub, where echoing synth sounds, percussion hits and keyboard stabs combine brilliantly with Steffi's groove to create something akin to a Berlin take on a mid-90s Inner City B-side dub.
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The 1978 self-titled album by the free soul band Lemuria remains much talked about around rare groove circles. Formed by Kirk Thompson of the iconic Kalapana, it's a proud statement of Hawaiian AOR, and highlights the magic touch of Thompson as both a keyboardist, and behind the mixers, his work as the album's serving producer. For this new reissue edition, P-VINE is including three bonus tracks and two alternate takes for the first time on vinyl, resulting in this deluxe fourteen track double gatefold package.
We stocksome of the best hard-to-find jazz, and Charles Tolliver's 1974 live album 'Live In Tokyo' is one such wad of yet-to-be-panned gold. This one's got Stanley Cowell (piano), Clint Houston (bass), and Clifford Barbaro (drums) backing up Tolliver's trumpet, carefully caressing the ears with a soft and free style of bop jazz recorded live at Yubinchokin Hall in Tokyo.
Armando Trovajoli - Sessomatto (Soundtrack)
7"
$16.63
The late Italian film composer Armando Trovajoli was best known for his Italian expressionist / exploitation soundtracks. It's not so known that he made funk: 'Sessomato' and 'Kinky Peanuts' is as such a lesser known rarity, and consists of two made as part of his soundtrack to the film Sessomatto. With vocals from Edda Dell'Orso, the two tracks here are whispry, clean, tambourine-rattling and erotic; trumpets and drums buzz away on the A, while the B opts for clavichordy samba goodness.

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