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20/20 Vision are proud to present 'Fragments Of Reality' - a brand new label homing in on tripped out shades of house and techno curated by Luther Vine (Phonica Records). The opening track comes from London underground circuits' stalwart and the Fabric resident Voigtmann. The owner of Subsequent, the label that in itself over the last couple of years has broken a lot of new ground , delivers a big room bomb. 'Automatic Chemistry' will soak you in pulsating baselines and acid tinged minimalist breaks. 'Receptivity' jolts you in an altogether different direction. The track that comes to you courtesy of Montreal-based multi-instrumentalist Priori is a tripped out soundscape of kaleidoscopic surprises. Yet the lush cascading sounds and pentatonic hints demand a delirious limb movement from even the most reserved of listeners. The magic that Priori brings on board has been shaped by his prior exploits eternalised on highly acclaimed releases for Dust World and NAFF. Flip the wax ang get a load of 'Expulsion', a throbbing Dub Techno masterpiece crafted by Rotterdam based duo D&S. With a nod to genre's pioneers and echoes of analogue Detroit constantly present the Dutchmen's creation boasts silly concentration of energy begging for a prime-time attention. The talent also comes with a pedigree. D&S had their stellar work noticed and pressed by Girada Unlimited and Space Shepherd labels to name but a few. Your new essential record bag filler closes with Rupert Marine's blistering Acid Tech workout entitled 'Drifter'. Fresh jacking grooves that Hamburg based musician packs in this particular production are both airy and tight. Surely it's a track worthy of rave aboard an intergalactic Starship on the merit of it's futuristic brilliance alone.
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Lion's Drums full length exists as en exploration in multiple dimensions. First by challenging the notion of the album format by presenting a body of work that lies snuggly between remixes, edits and original works and secondly as a means to delve into the transcendent potential of the drum. The album sets the tone by putting these two concepts fully on display with its hypnotic chant, swaying one into ease over the first two songs. In orderly cue folding and unfolding, meditatively through, melodies as muddied pastelle whispers cast over the measured language of the drum. Breaking away from the musing themes of the opening songs we find an ecstatic ritual in "Tanz der Korperlinge" and "Journey to Middle Earth", two distinct varieties but both of the same perennial species. Inky ether seeps back in through the second half of the album with a peak of frenzied tumbling toms and incongruous textures hovering above in the Manos Tsangaris' collaboration "Crying Tafel" and his re-imagining of Tullio De Piscopo's unhinged drum excursion "Fastness". The closing exemplifies the edit/remix/original ethos proposed for this work with Lions Drums drawing from tapes and original material of electronic pioneers Suzanne Ciani and Roberto Musci. Drawing from unreleased music and song sketches by the original artists as well as field recordings from travels & studio sessions made by Roberto Musci & Manos Tsangaris in the 80's and early 90's he constructs a side winding journey through playful textures and ethereal moods.
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Alien Invasion Welcome Rave.
Leopard DaVinci & Louis 707 will have you doing dance floor acrobatic in no time with this one. It finds the pair bridge the gap between retro funk flavours and fresh and juicy modern boogie, with plenty of fie angle sounds and irresistible baselines. Original tune 'Mudd Club' is a real ass willer from the off, with balmy chords and soulful vocals, arpeggiated basslines and step chords that are hard to ignore. On the flip is an XL Middleton remix that beefs up the drums, gets the claps and your hips swigging and heads off to the stars for a cosmic funk get down of the highest order.
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Lady Blackbird - Black Acid Soul
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Lady Blackbird is the first singer to grace Foundation Music, and you'd best be paying attention to this vital new voice in the realm of soul jazz. Hailing from LA and blessed with a smoky voice to rival some of the greats, one listen to 'Blackbird' is all you need to be utterly captivated. The sultry playing from Deron Johnson, Jonathan Flaugher, Jimmy Paxson and Troy Andrews perfectly matches Blackbird's arresting voice, gliding between stormy explosions and the softest of touches to match the mood. Black Acid Soul is perhaps the perfect description for the music, shot through with a streak of 60s psych but taking it to some dark corners - a true expression rendered in sumptuous, noirish hues.
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Bill Callahan / Bonnie Prince Billy - Blind Date Party
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Birthed during the first phase of the Coronavirus pandemic, Bill Calaghan and Bonnie Prince Billy's collaborative double album, Blind Date Party, began with the pair challenging each other to record sparse, acoustic covers of a wide variety of songs. They then sent these recordings to a dizzying array of collaborators with no instructions, allowing these artists the opportunity to them shape them in any way they saw fit. The results are universally impressive, with the pair's emotive, country-tinged folk vocals riding above backing tracks that veer from atmospheric Americana and lo-fi rock, to wonky post-punk synth-pop, psychedelic dub-wise dream-pop and the kind of off-kilter folk-jazz that marked out Joni Mitchell's work in the early 1970s.
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The Temptations - Temptations 60
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It seems fitting that the Temptations are marking an astonishing 60 years in the business with a new album whose most impactful track, 'When We Were Kings', is a gorgeously nostalgic, loved-up telling of their own history. It's fitting, too, that the set is largely classic in sound (the hip-hop soul style opener excepted), mixing elements of 1960s, '70s. '80s and '90s soul, and that the now octogenarian group are still capable of belting out vocals as sweetly and soulfully as they did back in the day. There are plenty of other nods to their lengthy history dotted across the album, too, including a song recorded with Motown contemporary Smokey Robinson and an updated version of 'Come On', a song some of their members first recorded way back in 1959.
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'Anon 1' was originally released as a very limited Anonymous 12" on Past Inside the Present in 2020, featuring 36 and Isaac Helsen. The idea was to let people hear the music and judge it not on the names behind it, but purely on the quality of the music itself. When it sold out, the label revealed who wrote it. Obviously quite a few 36 & Isaac Helsen fans missed out, so Past Inside the Present repressed the record, but this time with the knowledge of who made the tunes now public.

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