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This must-check dinked 45 brings together two killer and influential jazz recordings from the early 1960s. On the A-side you'll find Yusuf Lateef's inspired cover of Alen North's 'Spartacus Love Theme', a shuffling, Latin-tinged, piano-laden affair that inspired many subsequent interpretations from fellow musical titans (think Ramsey Lewis, Carlos Santana, Eddie Harris and Bill Evans, for starters). It's an effortlessly breezy and life-affirming version that stands apart from the hard-bop jazz jams that Lateef was recording at the time. On the flip you'll find the scarce 7" edit of the Cannonball Alderley Sextet's recording of 'Brother John', a cool jazz interpretation that famously features a rare oboe solo from the track's composer (and Sextet member), Yusuf Lateef.
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In recent times Daniel Avery has been busy collaborating with the likes of Alessandro Cortini and Roman Flugel (the latter as Noun), so few expected him to drop a new solo album in 2020. Yet Love & Light, his surprise third full-length, could well be his most sonically stunning set to date. Beginning with the gaseous ambient opaqueness of 'London Island', the set sees him blaze a trail through 1990s style Sabres of Paradise/Sabresonic techno, hazy dub techno, beatless soundscapes and intense drone tones, before switching focus to deep, gentle and melodious mutations of breakbeat, IDM and electronica.
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Bobby Konders - House Rhythms
DOUBLE 12"
12"
$25.33
1990 blueprint business. Konders' iconic House Rhythms EP enjoys a well overdue reissue on double 12". Four seminal originals, six versions in total: The synth flute flurries and relentless bass on archetypal deep house anthem 'The Poem', the hypnotic near-nine minute transcendence and African roots of 'Massai Women', the instantly distinctive, tightly-coiled 303 of 'Nervous Acid' and the biggest hymn of all 'Let There Be House'... Each of these tracks comprise some of the deepest part of house music's DNA and still sound perfectly relevant and powerful today. House proud.
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Beats bubblier than Babs Windsor, grooves more relentless than Phil Mitchell on a bender, charm like Ian Beale when he's living his best life; Eastenderz have been a consistent source of serious late night deep house delights for six years now. And rather than looking back over past achievements to celebrate the anniversary, they've reached out to some of their most exciting new members. Djebali's Chris Stussy breaks the ice with a timeless Northern Exposure-flavoured progressive breaks style jam before newcomer Dutchman Rossi weaves up some Om-style west coast dreams on 'Apathe'. Flip for a Luke Solomon MFF-era tech house bubbler from Spain's Cuartero before longtime groovesmith Okain makes his Eastenderz debut with the dubbed out Tejada-level hypnosis on 'Flyaa'. Warmer than Frank Butcher's overcoat.
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Robert Hood - Mirror Man
LP
$22.55
A formidable reminder that 2020 hasn't been a complete wash-out, along comes Robert Hood following up his recent EP on Rekids with a brand new album. Three years - and what feels like a lifetime - since his Dekmantel collection Paradygm Shift, where his last LP saw a focused return to his most famous signature of minimal techno, Mirror Man is fully maximal. Digging deep across the spectrum, Hood cooks up a feast that spans emotional score-like beatless pieces ('Through A Looking Glass Darkly'), cloud-leaping, crystalline house music ('Face In The Water'), pranged-out acid that builds and builds without fully letting loose ('Prism') and some of the most wholesome bone-shaking techno he's made in years ('Run Bobby Run', 'Fear Not') As Hood says himself; nothing stops Detroit!
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Dab - Transmission EP
12"
$12.24
Following this summer's 'Night Of Tapes', mystery person D.A.B returns on what we believe is their own imprint Signal Unknown with three more retro-futurist adventures. Each cut dipping into the primordial techno soup, at once we're fired with references from electro to acid house to classic Chicago feels. 'Offspring' starts the engine flexing its (Mr) Fingers with glee before 'Disnix' creeps up the rear with rolling acid breaks and late entering synths that change the vibe entirely. Flip for a trip to Detroit with the solemn but hopeful moves of 'VHS' before 'Young Modulus' closes on an electroid b-boy flex... With a little extra breakbeat magic laced in for good lino-spinning measure. Roger that?
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Parisian alt-pop house Cracki return with a third instalment of their curious Memoires D'Elephant collection. Once again loaded with some of the label's brightest and most endearing artists across the cosmic pop, alt electro and deep house axis, this time highlights include Menage A Trois' Everything But The Girl-style lament 'Be Right Back', the playful digital Tropicana of LeonxLeon's 'Rokanbo', the sunset jazz of Chassol's 'Music Is God My Love' and the lively, up-tempo squiggles and giggles of Eliott & Voiski's brilliantly-titled 'The Friendship Spacecake'. And that's just the tip of this immaculately packaged double 12" iceberg. Beats you'll never forget.
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All Nighter - This Is The Way EP
12"
$12.24
Ready for another All Nighter? Not the boring work or study related round-the-clocker we sometimes have to endure but the fun ones when you never want the party to end. This one (the second from the anonymous artist this year) even tells the tale of the best sunrise/sunset sesh. 'Dial A Deal' is the pre-drinks prep. Full of energy and a little analog edge. 'The Empress' plays the consummate role of the club itself, devouring you with her softer focus, rippling 90s synths. 'This Is The Way' is full mission mode, locking you in way beyond your bedtime before the sprightly Ian Pooley-style jacking shimmers of 'Second Sun' soundtrack your blissful mooch back home. Sweet dreams.
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