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Cardiff's Che Ahmed produces under many aliases such as Chesus, Earl Jeffers and Metabeats, but had only one release as Earls BOOOM!!!l It was widely sought after, leading to another much needed repress here - now the third since its original release back in 2016. 'Thank You' is a thumpin' disco house monster that's looped to perfection, and its vocal is just epic throughout. The dusty, late night heads-down stomp of 'Badadu' follows, while over on the flip he remixes some golden oldies you'll for sure know from the first beat, in the form of 'D-D-D' and 'The Paper'.
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If there's one upcoming hardcore act to put your ear to the bloody, beer-soaked floor for, it's Asian-Australian gang, Speed, whose aptly titled debut EP, 'Gang Called Speed', has been the buzzed about release of summer. Courtesy of the iconic Flatspot Records, responsible for some of the most seminal contributions to the modern hardcore scene, this bruising batch of hefty skull-cavers pushes all facets of the genre in tandem, from chugging juggernaut breakdowns to anthemic gang chants, all delivered with a passion equal parts earnest and ferocious. Tackling issues of racism and stereotypes, Speed feel like the next whispered about hardcore act that'll be transporting from dingy venues to massive stages in little to no time at all, espousing a sincerity as palpable as their message.
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Stone Flower was a little-known, short-lived record label licensed exclusively to Sly Stone himself. It produced but four singles in the period 1970-74, and beyond that, saw to a short run of LPs from the likes of Gladys Knight, Herbie Mann and Eddie Jefferson. However, thanks to a series of retakes and bonus material, LITA were able to reproduce this compilation; a compendium of all the best music the label had to offer, with choice bits from Joe Hicks, Sly, Little Sister and 6ix in tow.
Kangding Ray - Ultrachroma
On his previous album,2020's 61 Mirrors/Music for SKALAR, Kangding Ray largely eschewed the dancefloor in favour of IDM, ambient and experimental electronica pieces that ranged from the inspired to the merely odd. Ultrachoma, the Berlin-based French producer's belated follow-up, takes a different tack, making greater use of club-ready rhythms while continuing to push melodic elements - lead lines, counter-motifs and chords - to the fore. The result is an album rooted in sci-fi techno and far-sighted IDM that's full to bursting with highlights. Our picks of an extremely strong bunch include the broken techno gem 'Supraverde', the bustling, bleeps-and-breaks workout 'Bitter Keylime', the Livity Sound-esque 'Pervinca Lucente' and woozy ambient number 'Sage Aqua'.
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Jas Kayser - Jas 5ive
Jas Kayser is the latest fresh-faced London jazzer to appear in recent years and make waves. Moses Boyd's been given a run for his money; a more subdued, less soloey and nuanced take on London jazz and broken beat, we're more than bowled over by Kayser's unisons and wonky grooves, 'Stupid On The Beat' being the purply nu-jazz ultimatum at the EP's climax.
Daylight Robbery - Moons Of Jupiter
Moons Of Jupiter is the debut album from Daylight Robbery, a South London-born, Frankfurt-raised producer now residing in Brooklyn. His sound is instantly appealing and easy to latch onto, striking a note somewhere between jazz and hip-hop summed up succinctly by Melting Pot as Nujabes and Pete Rock remixing a lost Roy Ayers album arranged by David Axelrod. Swooning string sections, narrative flourishes and head-nodding drums abound, and there's a few tidbits for the diggers to pick up on. If you love the romantic lilt of Library music classic 'Tropicola' by Stringtronics then check 'Elara' and you won't be disappointed.
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Mungo's Hi Fi / Kiko Bun - Miss Burnett
After his silky-smooth vocal feature on Eva Lazarus' Light As Feather, it was inevitable that Mungo's Hi Fi would pursue a project with London-based pure sing-jay Kiko Bun. Ms. Burnett is an ode to a lady friend of distinction, atop a dreamy major key rhythm whose bass-heavy clarity could have come out of Jamaica's Channel One studio in its glory days.

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