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Last year, obscure 1980s soul singer Garfield Fleming returned to action with a mini-album of tracks co-produced by modern boogie maestro Simon Tappenden AKA Ourra. Here we get a chance to savour once again his 1981 debut single, the much-sampled "Don't Send Me Away". It's something of a "groove"-era boogie classic, all told, with Fleming's superb lead vocal rising above sweeping orchestration and a chunky groove. It also boasts a seriously good breakdown in which Garfield's repetitive chorus vocals ride a stripped-back but percussive groove. Turn to the flip for the solid original B-side "You Got Dat Right", a jaunty slab of disco powered by honky tonk style pianos and a superb "walking" bassline.
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Kalita's obligatory Record Store Day offering is something rather special: synth-funk visionary couple Emerson and Leora Sandidge's mythical unreleased album finally sees the light of day, following Emerson's sole private press seven-inch single release way back in 1988. Those two tunes ("Sending All My Love Out" and "Why Are You So Cold?") make the cut on this belated debut set, alongside six other previously unreleased recordings from the same sessions. Their take on electrofunk, boogie and '80s soul is colourful, soulful and synth-heavy, with the included tracks veering from up-tempo club workouts (see "Raw Deal Cocaine Kills") and fizzing dancefloor pop workouts, to sugary ballads and seductive slow jams. In other words, it's a more than tidy selection of rare and unheard gems.
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Brainwaltzera - The Kids Are AI EP
12"
$12.09
Brainwaltzera's latest outing on Analogical Force not only boasts an amusing, pun-tastic title, but also a sextet of cuts that draw influence from a variety of leftfield electronica styles old and new. It's this off-kilter retro-futurist fusion that makes the producer's releases - and this one in particular - essential listening. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the melancholic ambient chords and slo-mo beats of "Polter Seesaw 1 & 2 (Left Of Grounds)", to the John Carpenter-on-acid throb of "Tims", Squarepusher horror movie flex of "Melting Pot Vertical Spacebar" and Richard D. James-as-Polygon Window niceness of "Buggy Isotope V2".
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Il Giardino Dei Semplici - Carnevale Da Buttare
12"
$10.74
By the time they released "Carnevale Da Buttare" in 1980, Italian combo Il Giardino dei Semplici were veritable veterans. While much of the band's earlier output took a very dewy-eyed, chanson-inspired approach to European pop, "Carnevale Da Buttare" was an altogether slicker, warmer proposition, with the band opting for a sound that sat somewhere between soft rock, blue-eyed soul and synth-pop. This reissue 12" - the first time the song has appeared on the format, allowing for a much louder cut - pairs the original vocal mix with a fantastic new instrumental rework by Naples-based producer Raffaele 'Whodamanny' Arcella, who's also the son of the group's keyboardist and founding member Andrea Arcella. His take makes a lot more use of the band's original synthesizers, adding some funky touches here and there to give the whole track a much more electrofunk flavour.
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Dj Neewt - Mud Voices
12"
$9.94
Between 2014 and 2017, DJ Slyngshot's Yappin label delivered some of the most interesting, off-kilter dancefloor excursions around. The imprint has been dormant since, so it's great to see Slyngshot bring it back to life via this 12" from close pal DJ Neewt. There's something particularly inspired about opener "Hymn", where an increasingly intense acid bassline, raygun electronics and trippy electronic motifs wrap around a skewed breakbeat groove. Slyngshot joins in the fun on the deep, tribal and quietly psychedelic thump of "Pearls For Knives" - all dense drums, dub delays and mind-altering motifs - before Neewt finishes things off via the meandering lo-fi synth lines and chugging deep house grooves of "Mud Voices". It's good to have Yappin back, that's for sure.
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Martyn / Nkc / Jacques Greene / Djoser - 3024 FYE3
12"
$9.40
The third volume in 3024's "mini-compilation" series "FYE" is every bit as essential as its predecessors. Label chief Martyn sets the tone via superb EP opener "Recon", a bass-heavy chunk of polyrhythmic techno smothered in Motor City electronics and toaster-warm chords. NKC steps up next with the no-nonsense, percussion-heavy tribal house workout "Honest Drums", before Jacques Greene joins the dots between spacey '90s IDM, post-dubstep and electro on the aurally attractive "Say Nothing". Finally, Djoser rounds things off via the rumbling bass, layered tribal drums and looped, xylophone style melodies of "Wera".
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Blazej Malinowski - Entity
12"
$9.13
Having impressed via various slabs of hypnotic, muscular techno on TGP, Polish producer Blazej Malinowski returns to action via a robust EP for Spanish imprint Semantica. He begins in fine fashion via "Entity", a foreboding and intoxicating but also quietly beautiful affair underpinned by punchy broken techno drums, before wrapping psychedelic electronics around a thumping drum track on "ADD". If you are after some peak-time action, look no further - "In Reverse" is a moody, gently bleeping chunk of throbbing techno. "Vurt" is cinematic and spellbinding, and closing cut "Annihilation" is a wall-of-sound ambient cut that sounds like it should be sound tracking the last breath of human civilization.
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Minimal Wave is proud to present an LP of 6 songs by cult U.K. project Scenes de la Boheme, entitled 'Standing in the Rain'. Scenes de la Boheme was formed by Anthony Waites in London, in 1981 with an innate desire to create poetic, subversive pop music. Without any intention of ever signing to a record label, he self-released one untitled 7" single in 1982, an edition of 150 copies, with money funded to him by his parents for his 21st birthday. He often used borrowed synthesizers to record his music in various bedroom studios and friends' houses supplemented by his beloved cherry red Hagstrom guitar. The two songs that he released were 'Zara', an earworm of a pop song about a longed for girl standing in the rain, and 'The Tale of the Butterfly'. Unlike many other bands of the time, he never sent the single or his demos to John Peel, The NME, Beggars Banquet, nor Rough Trade and so it was lost to obscurity until a few record collectors 'discovered' it some 15 years ago. Scenes de la Boheme's Untitled 7" single continues to fetch exorbitant prices in collectors' circles so we are especially happy to be able to make this release available in the form of a newly mastered LP, which includes four unreleased tracks that Waites had recorded at the time. The LP is pressed on 180 gram vinyl, as a limited edition of 1000 (499 black and 500 transparent yellow), and features beautifully restored images of Waites and his main partner in crime, Seamus Fitzsimmons. The inner sleeve holds Waites' story, his musical inspirations and explorations as an Irish youth growing up in London in the early 1980s and discovering the avant-garde.
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