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Ashley Beedle and Ray Mang aka The Boogie Twins have reworked and edited one of Paul "Trouble" Anderson's biggest signature tracks. Beedle claimed witnessing Anderson at work at his Electric Ballroom residency back in the day was a major influence, where the late selector would move through boogie, electro, hip-hop and disco, particularly the low slung groove of Trouble On The Land's "A Love That Is Real" that's featured on this 12". The pair get to work, offering a special dubbed-out edit of this rare groove classic which remains a much-loved staple of today's club scene and an example of Anderson's exceptional ear for music. This is a charity record and a tribute to Anderson, with all profits directed to Macmillan Cancer UK.
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There's no shortage of great electro around at the moment, but lest we forget Carl Finlow has been dishing out some of the finest for decades now. In many ways 20/20 Vision is his spiritual home too, so it's great to see him imparting his skills for a fresh long player of razor sharp body poppers loaded with robo-funk. From charging opener "Apparatus" to freaky wriggler "Carbon Deposits", restrained creeper "Components" to punchy melodic workout "Ampere", there's a lot to enjoy and so much musical detail to absorb across this record. As if we'd expect any less from Mr. Finlow.
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Thundercat - It Is What It Is
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Thundercat's last album, 2017's "Drunk", is undeniably one of the greatest full-lengths of the past few years - a dizzyingly varied and mind-altering affair that mixed and matched styles to create thrilling new fusions of past and present sounds. He's at it again on this delayed follow-up "It Is What It Is", which was co-produced by Flying Lotus and includes an impressive cast-list of guests and collaborators (think Kamasi Washington, Ty Dolla Sign, Steve Arrington, BADBADNOTGOOD, Lil B and Louis Cole for starters). Musically it's impossible to pigeonhole - think rubbery 80s funk meets spiritual jazz meets reggae meets hip-hop meets experimental beats meets... you get the idea - and that makes for inspiring listening. Whether it's quite as good as "Drunk" is debatable, but it's certainly superb.
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If you had to make a list of the top 10 Paradise Garage classics, Taana Gardner's pitched-down, Larry Levan-mixed "Heartbeat" would come somewhere near the top of the list. Here the slow disco classic gets the re-edit treatment courtesy of Japanese DJ/producer Diguma (aka MURO ) on a tidy 7" single. First up on side A is the "Club Edit", a multi-track revision (we think) that cannily layers Gardner's vocals and the key synth parts over the original version's killer groove. The flipside "Party Edit" strips back the vocal to just a few key phrases, focusing instead on showcasing various instrument solos buried in Levan's epic original mix.Very limited and likely Juno is one of the few stores outside of Japan to stock this 45
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The second single to be taken from the forthcoming album by The Lovely Eggs, 'I Am A Moron', finally sees the light of day, confirming that the long player, when it gets here, is likely to be a pithy and rather cutting take on the world as it is today, or at least society as we have now made it. An all-consuming, unrelenting system that will eventually eat itself up. It ends with a belch, not a whimper or a roar, then. One of the most unique aspects of the Eggs is their staunch independence, refusing to adhere to the rules of management, labels, publicists and so forth. This has always been reflected in their sounds, and on 'Still Second Rate' things are no different. You can easily hear muscular psychedelia, alt pop and avant-electronic-punk elements, but the combination of those things is entirely fresh, and unarguably vital.
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Minimal Wave is proud to present The Sound of Indifference, a rare cassette released in 1981 by Aural Indifference. Aural Indifference was a post-punk studio collective from Sydney, Australia. The two principal members were Brian Spencer Hall (the M Squared in house producer) and Kevin Purdy. The cassette album, The Sound of Indifference, was released in 1981, featuring tracks such as "Theme", "Park, and "Man Am I Progressive". Their sound ranges from minimal synth, to post-punk to quirky guitar-driven electronic folk music, some of it resembling John Maus. "Theme" appeared as the closing track on The Minimal Wave Tapes: Volume Two compilation and "Park" appeared on The Bedroom Tapes compilation. Here for the first time, we are offering a reissue of the original cassette, remastered from the master tapes and complete with original artwork, limited to 300 copies.
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Edward Sizzerhand is a born and bred New Yorker who has been making beats most of his life. He spent the 90s with rap crew Square One, made a name for himself and then got into beekeeping when the group disbanded (he even went on to get a BA in beekeeping from a university of agricultural economics). For this solo record he cooks up 14 odes to the buzzy things and the results are as sweet and smooth as honey. The beats are deep and thoughtful, with some lush pianos draped over the top, retro horns or jazzy keys all added into the mix. It's a warm melting pot of gooey goodness that will never age.
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Brian Fallon is one of those artists who truly endears themselves to their fan base, and pretty much anyone else who comes into earshot. Frontman of seminal group The Gaslight Anthem, we've watched, or more accurately listened closely as he has grown up, expanded his horizons in terms of sources of inspiration and matured in so far as ability to reflect and re-evaluate the past to better inform the future. A guy who has come of age, you might say. Of course in many ways 'Local Honey' adds to the side of his oeuvre that has been reined in by the march of life itself. Long-since a father, many of the heartfelt but huge guitar tracks on here are focused close to home, and therefore close to the bone, but this is not an artist who has lost relevance to younger listeners. In fact far from it.
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