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For the 32nd release on his Eastenderz label, East End Dubs has turned to Chris Stussy, a Dutch producer more often associated with the Djebali and Robsoul Recordings imprints. There's tons to get the juices flowing across the four tracks, which mix pin-sharp electronic melodies and warming chords with basslines and beats that sit somewhere between tech-house and deep house. We're particularly enjoying the melodious, funk-fuelled brilliance of "Never Ending Story" and the liquid deepness of "Modiletion", though opener "Torino" - all deep tech-house grooves, cut-up female vocal samples and tuneful electronic motifs - and dreamy closing cut "Aerolite" are also well worth a place in your DJ sets.
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Bohren and Der Club of Gore has always been one of Germany's most intriguing and out there bands - a group rooted in grindcore and doom metal whose hard-to-pigeonhole output draws on a myriad of intriguing influences outside those intense styles. "Patchouli Blue", their tenth studio set since forming in 1992, is another moody and atmospheric gem: a challenging and experimental set that pits angst-ridden guitar textures against hallucinatory, David Lynch style cinematic sounds, hypnotic electronics and smoky, off-kilter jazz expressions. It's not a great departure from their previous albums, but when your sound is so distinctive - and inspired for that matter - why tear up the (Patchouli) blueprint?
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Every so often a record is released that stops you in your tracks - so here's hoping you don't give this one a play while operating heavy machinery or driving. James Yorkston, Jon Thorne and Suhail Yusuf Khan once again join forces for a third multi-instrumental, trans-continental and cross-linguistic thing of extraordinary beauty. Based on the Indian artistic principle of 'Navarasa' (not just a clever title, then), the trio present nine core emotions that govern artistic output - love, laughter, anger, sorrow, disgust, horror, courage and wonder. Mastering tools ranging from guitar to sarangi and nyckelharpa, it's a tender, hypnotic, heartfelt outing with extraordinarily evocative power within its predominantly gentile acoustic form. Melding Scottish folk, thumri (light classical from the subcontinent), jazz and blues, you're unlikely to encounter much like this for some time to come.
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Our first release of 2020 is a deluxe 2xLP reissue of Severed Heads' debut 1981 album 'Clean'. One of the longest surviving bands to emerge from the Australian post-punk independent music scene, they began in Sydney in 1979. Severed Heads is basically a nom- de-plum for Tom Ellard, who incorporates elements of 'industrial' noise-generation, tape cutting & looping and electronic sound synthesis. As the project developed song-structures and vocals were employed in a more-or-less recognizable mutant electro pop style. 'Clean' was amongst the first vinyl releases under the Dogfood Productions banner of Terse Tapes, previously a cassette-only label. For this records Tom used an array of synthesizers (Kawai 100F, Casiotone, Roland CR78+SH1+CSQ100), sequencers, tapes and occasional guitar and violin played by Garry Bradbury. Severed Heads have a language of their own, music that juxtaposes all sorts of noise, in all sorts of ways so that a structure evolves, (fragmented) melody and rhythm being almost a by-product. As one reviewer said in 1981, "It is an ugly album that you simply cannot ignore, it thuds and screeches and makes you stare just to wonder what kind of people would procure such an album." For this deluxe reissue we've included a bonus disc featuring 13 songs, 5 of which have never been released before, culled from live performances, the 'Side 3' cassette and a 'Clean' demo tape that only surfaced last year, plus "Food City" missing from previous reissues. All songs have been remastered by Tom Ellard, with vinyl EQ and lacquer cutting by George Horn at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley. Each copy is housed in a gatefold jacket featuring black and white xeroxed artwork from the first vinyl edition. Inside the gatefold are liner notes by Tom Ellard plus photos and press clippings from the period. "'Clean' is original and powerful and everybody should listen to it at least once, just so they know where the boundaries lie." Ashley Crawford, Virgin Press 1981. 25% of proceeds will be donated to the Australian Fire Relief Fund for First Nations Communities, that offers specific direct support to some of those communities with critical costs to cover expenses.
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Aux88 - Counterparts
LP
$25.60
The return of the EXTERESTRIAL TIME TRAVELERS Aux88, has returned with an all new double LP, Counterparts. Unforgettable bass lines and vocals that make everyone run to the dance floor and ascend to the DJ booth for confirmation of, "who is this?" Side A - starts with the track "INTEL." The string work and Kraftwerkian tone is evident with this gem. Aux88 takes it even further with a message to the electro haters, "You Don't Want None of This! Side B - "Moon Walker" simply put...that Bass Line...wow! As only Aux88 and a few others can do it ... Detroit styled Parliament Funkadelic funky. Side C - gives homage to the Detroit jitters with the track "Pothole Paradise." It's fast funky and not for messing around. As Mike Banks said in the Aux88 documentary interview, "when DJ's drop Aux88 shit, it's time to dance and shake that ass!" Pothole Paradise is exactly that type of track....Detroit Proud. The culmination of all original 4 members returning for a new flight from the Aux quadrant to invade the world. The Double LP gives you electro/techno funk from Detroit Legends Blak Tony, K-1, Posatronix & Tom Tom.
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2nd Archivators records release embraces the charms of nudisco & uplifting deep house. Julian Sanza steps up first with Vincent Inc, delivering a driving chunk of dub-disco/deep house fusion rich in sparkling synthesizer lines, sun-kissed chords and his own rubbery post-punk bass. Nigel Hayes is probably best known for his collaboration with Funk D'Void as Chaser, but as "Jabawaki" demonstrates, his solo work is just as impressive. It sees the UK producer move into sleek, pulsating deep afro latin grooves with modulated delayed space jazzy roads & double bass. DJ EFX aka Raul Recinos one of the most respected deep house producers since 1987. He did best releases for label Strictly Rhythm and worked with producers like Aquatherium, Mateo & Matos, DJ Rasoul, Aural Imbalance and many more. Archivators records proud present his spiritual house track Gravity. EP bring unforgettable impressions & inspiration for mind, body & soul. 4 tracks came together to tell music stories about hypnotic deepest stuff, depression, happiness, loneliness, love, miracles and magical experiences.
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Dance music veteran Richard Sen has a 30 year history of DJing and production. The respected global DJ has produced and remixed many well-known artists including Bryan Ferry, John Grant and LCD Soundsystem. From the late 90s to the early 2010s Sen was one half of the dance music duos, Padded Cell and Bronx Dogs. This is the first release on his own label which aims to explore the beauty of the night - dark and light, combining influences from black American dance music and European electronic music.
Second release on his own Quasar White label, this time the first side is characterized by a more complicate sample game. "Track 1" is a classic jazz based house track, with a gummish bassline merged perfectly in the chord sample, a set of swinged snares and some spurious vocals coming out from nowhere, while "Shadow Waltz" is a dark and hypnotic groove that builds its structure around a myriad of sound sources, making it literally an entangled puzzle evolving in time. On the other side "I'll Do No More" looks back to the moods of the first release, especially the B side, being a spacey and introspective love based journey."
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