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Lisbon's Groovement label returns to its Organic Series once again, taking a trip across outernational plains with the delectable touch of Kaoru Inoue under his Chari Chari alias. From the sitar lilting on "Meandering River" to the pattering chimes of 'PEsta Malam', this is an album brimming with real-world beauty even as it glides through synthetically sculpted spaces. Inoue's touch is patient and poised, but it's certainly no background environmental music. Powered by purposeful percussion and offering a spectrum of moods for your contemplation and delectation, Suburban Ethnology Vol 1 is a beautifully rendered EP once again affirming Inoue's spellbinding craft as a multifaceted artist.
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Markus Guentner returns with his signature expansive ambient world-building, and the third concept album on A Strangely Isolated Place, titled Extropy. Extropy marks the final chapter in an accidental triptych of Astronomy-related exploratory albums on A Strangely Isolated Place. From the creation of the Earth and the Moon in his debut album on ASIP, Theia; to the relationship the Earth holds with the greater Galaxy in the follow-up album, Empire (2018). To now, Extropy, and the indefinite growth of the life we hold so dearly.
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Nubya Garcia - Source We Move
GATEFOLD LP
LP
$25.19
Nubya Garcia is one of the icons of the current, thriving jazz scene. Her album Source was a deserving Mercury Prize-nominee and here she reworks it through a series of new collars with the likes of DJ Harrison, Moses Boyd, Dengue Dengue Dengue and Georgia Anne Muldrow. Each of the new versions retains plenty of the soul and invention of the originals but adds in a range of other influences that take them in a more driving, groove-orientated direction. The results are stunning, with plenty of great options for DJs who like to play slow and sensuous. The Kaidi Tatham remix of 'La Cumbia Me Esta Llamando' is our personal pick.
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Dystopian dramatist Djedjotronic is your pilot for this intergalactic trip on International Chrome. It is the label's ninth EP and is another standout offering that starts with twisted electro bass, cyborg funk and heavy, steel-plated drums. 'Slap' then layers up the melodies in a way that recalls Kraftwerk, but the drums and synths around them are much more militant and brutalist. 'Death Clock' then comes first as a searing, visceral rework by Jensen Interceptor and a darker, slower VIP Mix, Last of all, 'Statistics' closes out with bumping bass and crunchy hits that fizz and hiss.
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Overgrown emo upstart and kid-scaring gothic weirdo Marilyn Manson was at the peak of his powers back in the mid-nineties. That is when he put out one of his most well-known albums, 1996's Antichrist Superstar, which is an unapologetically industrial mash of rock, electronic, goth, heavy metal and post punk. The ever outrageous American Manson - real name Brian, lol - is in visceral form, screaming in guttural fashion from the bottom of his lungs across most tunes while big walls of gauzy guitar and plenty of demonic wordplay bash you over the head. The artwork is decent, too.
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Mankunku Quartet - Yakhal Inkomo (half speed remastered)
LP
$21.76
The Mankunku Quartet's Yakhal Inkomo album is one of South African jazz's most revered, and one Gilles Peterson has included before in a special "best of genre" radio show. It might clock in at only just over thirty minutes but there is pure bliss packed into the four compact tunes. Initially, the record was only put out on a small local label so it soon became a much sought after and hugely expensive classic after it was recorded by tenor saxophonist Winston "Mankunku" Ngoz in 1968. The b-side track 'Doodlin' is a Horace Silver composition and 'Doodlin', and 'Bessie's Blues' is a John Coltrane number, but Mankunku's own tracks on the a-side more than hold their own.
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The Spaceman Reissue Program from Fat Possum Records and Spiritualized now gets the last in the series with Let It Come Down, the band's epic fourth album. This record was the first from a rather new-looking lineup for the band after the previous members melted away following intensive tours around Ladies And Gentlemen.... John Coxon's studio is where the band laid down the initial framework for these tunes before a total of 115 different musicians were reportedly enlisted down at Air and Abbey Road Studios to hone what ended up as these 11 songs. They have always been a widescreen band, but Spiritualized outdid even themselves on this one.
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Pepe Elle - Breaks 'N' Pieces Vol 15
12"
$14.03
The UKG scene remains hugely buoyant this year and Breaks N Pieces has been one fo the labels making that the truth. There is plenty, and we mean plenty, of fun to be had on this slice of wax with Pepe Elle refereeing the old school while bring plenty of newness to the dance floor. 'Hype Dope' is a real monster with farting bass and rasping synths over a nice 2-step shuffle, then 'Unexcusable' drops it down into a dirty bassline and big, airy hits. 'CMS We Meet Again' is all gun fingers, rave sirens and malfunctioning drum machines while 'Thump' and 'Long Swelling Wave' keep the vibes alive on the flip.
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