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Sacred Rhythm founder Joaquin 'Joe' Claussell is a master of his own musical universe. It is spiritual, deep, and wrapped up in the sort of palpable feelings most producers can't ever dream of conveying. His trademark sound is here in all its glory on this new pair of remixes of 'Walpole Days' for Claremont 556. His Sacred Rhythm mix is all subtle pads and organic perc, majestic cosmic leads and classy chords that ooze a late night soul. Flip it over and you'll find a Sacred Cosmic Arts Jam that is only slightly different, with extra space given to the leads.
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To say that Drunk Tank Pink is a step in a different direction for South London pack Shame would be as misleading as mentioning how the record is a surprisingly quiet outing for a group that only ever had one foot in the 'post' bit of 'post punk'. Nevertheless, it is an altogether more thoughtful and weirdly delicate affair compared to previous outings, like thugs revealing themselves as easily bruised. 'Water In The Well', 'Great Dog' and 'Alphabet' offer some counterpoints - raucous, pulsating and sweat-soaked in equal measure. But on the whole this is as much about vulnerabilities as it is raw knee-jerk emotions. File next to, or at least in the vicinity of, Killing Joke and PiL, but expect a few shades of early Talking Heads and you won't go far wrong.
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Various - Spiritual Jazz 13: Now Part 2
CD
$11.94
While previous instalments of Jazzman's essential Spiritual Jazz series have focused on killer cuts and rare gems from the past (specifically material recorded between the 1950s and '80s), the thirteenth volume shines a light on what's happening right now. This second part (of two) successfully showcases the best of the contemporary scene, showcasing cuts from around the world that neatly encapsulate the breadth and diversity of 21st century spiritual jazz. The plentiful highlights include the exotic, Eastern-tinged spiritualism of Wildflower's 'Flute Song', the futurist jazz-funk deepness of Steve Reid's 'For Coltrane', the layered vocals and acoustic instrumentation of Angel Bat Dawid's 'What Should I Tell My Children Who Are Black' and the sparkling, sun-soaked positivity of 'Nova' by Menagerie.
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The term 'yacht rock' is arguably among the most divisive to be coined in music over the last few years. For some, the idea of over-biting to beats while leaning against the sun-kissed bow of a multi-million super-vessel sounds pretty good. Others prefer to write the trend off as nostalgic session music, a kitsch reminder of how unabashed and slick pop once was. We're in the first camp, not least when it comes to Prep - the London four piece known for applying a particularly sparkling sheen to their music, which is grounded in modern R&B and electronica, but has its heart, or at least feet, very much in the white chinos of days gone by. The track 'On & On' has already caused waves this year (no pun intended) with its laidback Metronomy-esque groove, and if you enjoyed that the rest of what's here will fall into place.
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Ny Graffiti - Imlookin4thedoor
12"
$12.50
NY Graffiti's imlookin4thedoor is a gritty, dubby, angst-ridden exercise in dance. The inaugural release by Peace Anthem Records features four tracks by the artist. On the A side, two tripped-up, smoke-laden tracks move the needle in hypnotic and hallucinatory fashion. On the B Side, Arco, inspired in equal parts by UK hardcore and the sight of Paolo Soleri's utopian architecture, moves at a glacial pace, scribing a path along the liminal edge of futures past.
Clyde Alexander / Sanction - Got To Get Your Love
7"
$20.46
The latest set of Diguma Edits sees dusty-fingered Japanese digger-turned-re-editor DJ Muro take his scalpel to 'Got to Get Your Love' by Clyde Alexander & Sanction, a suspenseful and action-packed 1980 number from producers Peter Brown and Gary Davis. Muro first cuts down and compresses the ten-minute vocal version, making merry with the track's unusual combination of classic disco grooves, showtunes-style orchestration and eccentric vocals. Over on the flip he does a similar job on the slightly different instrumental take, in turns showcasing the track's crunchy guitars, warming electric pianos, spacey synths and grandiose orchestration.
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Blush - Lift Off
7"
$22.74
For some reason, South Africa was a hotbed of over-the-top, sometimes synth-laden space disco in the late 1970s. Recently Ultra Vybe re-edited and remixed one of the most famous examples, 'Love in Space' by Rene Riche and Her Cosmic Band, and here give another sought-after South African gem the same treatment. Blush's 'Lift Off' first appeared in 1980 and features two female singers banging out suitably cosmic lyrics atop driving drums, twisted synthesizer lines and clipped guitar riffs. It's undeniably catchy and over-the-top in the best possible way, as a quick listen to the A-side "45 Edit" will prove. Over on the flip, U Key fiddles with some filters and provides bumping new drums, thus transforming the track into a disco-house treat.
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Herb Rhythm - The Rhythm EP Part 2
12"
$9.66
Rhythm Vibe keep the old-skool garage house flavour alive and well on this absolutely essential drop from Herb Rhythm, riding the kind of uptempo 4x4 flex that joins the dots between the scene's house roots and the speed garage that came after. The A side kicks off with the impeccable 'Don't Go', which rides the same vocal sample as FCL's deep house burner 'Lets Go' from 2010. Ease Up George gets busy on a remix of the track which injects some classy dubby shimmers and 2-step flex into the scenario, and it really works. 'U Want Wot?' is another tight and bumping joint with rich chords and oodles of soul, while 'Who Knows (VIP Mix)' gets things swinging good and proper without getting losing the smoother vibe that hangs over the whole EP.
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