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American lo-fi house champion Grant is back with the fourth edition of his eponymous imprint. There's a familiar anthemic loop accompanying the moody acid groove of "Spiritual Path". The beats get broken up next, but the track is still in spiritually emotive fashion on the lush "Mediate" while the flipside features more soulful and reflective moments for late night dancefloors. In particular, the sensual "The Other Man" or the ultra deep and dub inflected mood lighting of "Capital Road" somewhat reminiscent of his tremendous work on last year's No Lights EP for Lobster Theremin - one of last year's favourites! Following up his brilliant Perception LP last year on Duke's Distribution, Grant retains his winning streak.
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BeachFreaks Records co-founder Charles Bals is a man who knows about records - and obscure European ones at that. Club Meduse, his first compilation for Spacetalk (a label with a track record for producing these kinds of killer, crate-digging comps), is loosely designed as the soundtrack to life around a mythical (IE imaginary) Cote D'Azure resort. Musically, it gathers together the kind of hazy, soft-focus and life-affirming cuts that you would have heard at resort discos in the mid-to-late 1980s. Suffice to say that Bals' selections tend towards the rare, magical and undeniably Balearic, from the glassy-eyed, cascading jazz-funk of the Keyboys and loved-up post-boogie sweetness of Gemini's "Take a Chance", to the sparkling Euro-electro of Miss' "Hip Hop" and pitched-down drum machine chug of Gigi Flag's "Nymphomaniac (Instrumental)". Essential.
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While Analog Africa always outdo themselves with their inconceivable form and approach to reissuing rare tropical music, this Record Store Day sees them providing us with some seriously special moves from the inimitable islands of Cape Verde. It was their Space Echo compilation, released a few years ago, that put the African archipelago back on the map, and we haven't stopped dancing since. Through a seductive blend of synths, drums, and unforgettable chanting, the style of Fukuna is on our hearts wherever we go. Antonio Sanchez, a leading figure in the golden era of the Cape Verde sound (70s-80s), release Buli Povo to limited international acclaim; the original is a rare find, and so it makes total sense to have it pressed up once again. But, act fast, because these WILL fly! Totally killer stuff.
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Vin Sol - Dance Trax Vol 14
12"
$11.10
It's hard for us to believe, but Vin Sol's reliable Dance Trax series is now in its 14th instalment, and we just love how this man has continued to churn out the quality goods. No thrills, no gimmicks, just straight-up house music served raw; both "On Top" and "My Friend Is In The Main Room" are out and out bangers, capable of annihilating any dance floor with their wicked beats and bass infusions. On the B-side, "Manage" turns all loopy and twisted on the melodic slant, while "Battery Leak" chirps a placid wave of bleeps over more undercooked dance arrangements. Chicago fire, right here!
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Ned Doheny - Think Like A Lover: Mudd's Extended Versions
12"
$13.61
Ned Doheny's particular strain of blue-eyed soul seems perfectly suited to the idea of the remix. So much so that Be With Records has teamed him up with producer Mudd for what feels like a match made in heaven. The latter has taken Doheny's classic "Think Like A Lover" and translated it into Balearic format - a gentle, cautious strain of disco that does nothing in the way of outshining the original. In fact, we believe it to be the perfect companion and a sort of collaborative revisioning. Both the vocal remix, and the more explorative instrumental cut. Lovely stuff!
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As the matter-of-fact title makes clear, this expansive EP offers up freshly remixed versions of tracks from Bcee's fine 2017 album Northpoint. LSB is first up to the plate, offering up a wonderfully warm and summery take on soulful roller "Surfacing" that's marked out by suitably loved-up build-ups and breakdowns, before Anile wraps fluid piano lines around a punchy rhythm on a beautifully judged revision of "Northpoint". Bladerunner provides a dose of doom-laden bass and cyber-sonic synths on a rip-snorting revision of "Your Body", while Lenzman's take on "Black Sky" is a soulful, liquid D&B delight. Elsewhere, Monty reaches for the heavy sub-bass and aggressive neuro-funk electronics on his remix of "Had It All" and Seba brings the curtain down via an anthem-like vocal take on "More Than Words".
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Weightless - See You Soon Bro
12"
$10.55
Mattia Lapucci and Sukaz made their bow as Weightless last year, contributing a percussive but pleasantly melodious track to Minor Planet's second multi-artist EP. The folks at Burbi Records were clearly impressed, as they've snapped up the duo's debut EP. They begin with the early Chicago house-goes-tech-house flex of bass-heavy jack-track "Joint Me Bro", before breaking up the beats and reaching for the acid bass on tech-bleep shuffler "Losing Control". You'll find more attractive bleeps and shimmering Motor City electronics on attractive B-side opener "The Last One", which also gets a bass-heavy two-step makeover courtesy of Henry Hyde.
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This typically forthright and mind-mangling release marks the fourth and final instalment in Khemia's Magnum Opus series. It delivers two unheard versions of tracks from the label's growing back catalogue. First up on side A is SARIN's pulsating revision of Schwelfelgelb's "Fokus", which combines the throbbing drums and mind-altering bass of Front 242 or Nitzer Ebb style EBM with the kind of sharp, restless stabs more often found on basement or warehouse-friendly old house anthems. Meanwhile on the flip, vocalist HIV+ adds his drowsy, stylish voice to Blind Delon's dirt-encrusted, eyeliner-clad gothic synth-pop number "Fuzz". It's something of a chugger, all told, powered by an undulating, arpeggio style bassline and clandestine, foreboding synthesizer lines.
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