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Man-of-the-moment Felipe Gordon was little more than a Columbian producer with promise when he first appeared on Razor N Tape Reserve back in 2019. It's therefore nice to see him back on the Brooklyn-based imprint two years on. Those who've followed Gordon's career of late will know what to expect - namely heady, musically rich dancefloor workouts that join the dots between deep house, nu-disco and jazz-funk. Opener 'Strings of the Afterline' is pleasingly hazy and dreamy whilst boasting Gordon's usual synth-heavy squelch, while 'The Fall of a Withered Empire' is a rare vocal number with a deep jazz-house feel. Elsewhere, 'Classico' is a bouncy, classic-sounding deep house bounce-along rich in sparkling synth riffs, while 'Julia Y Lewis' is a more languid and laidback chunk of jazz-sampling, funk-fuelled deep house haziness.
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Last October, acclaimed saxophonist Pharoah Sanders turned 80 years young, and his input on this album is testimony to the fact he has clearly aged like a fine wine. Not that this is to suggest preceding outings were anything less worthy than this collaborative project, which sees Sam Shepherd, the British electronic artist better known to most as Floating Points, write nine spectacular arrangements which are then performed by said brass legend, alongside The London Symphony Orchestra. The results are spectacular, and wildly far-reaching, albeit firmly rooted in jazz with classical undertones. From the movements that made this final cut, some are whisper quiet and delicate to the point of risking breaking off if you were handling haphazardly. Others are booming loud, musical jumbo jets landing at the end of another great crescendo. Whether hushed or monumental, though, we can feel every note and bar of this masterpiece.
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Five years ago, Italian ambient master and "king of chords" (as collaborator Young Marco once called him) composed and recorded a wonderful, piano-led piece to accompany a book of photographs of his beloved home city of Venice. Masin has now re-edited and reworked that piece and stuck it out on vinyl. It's genuinely brilliant and utterly moving, with the former radio DJ's twinkling, slowly unfurling piano solos seemingly drifting above gaseous ambient chords and ghostly sonic textures. It comes accompanied by 'Abandoned Venice (For Harold Budd)', a heartfelt tribute to the late composer that offers an imaginary, late-night or early morning drift around the city's streets. It was recorded during the same period in 2016 and has a wonderfully eerie, melancholic feel.
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Developer - A Dying Breed
12"
$11.05
There's always been a bit of a "no frills" feel to Developer's output. The Los Angeles producer specializes in the kind of functional, no-nonsense techno that comes into its own when played over booming club sound system and as a label owner has truly nurtured his Modularz imprint into one of The homes for contemporary American techno. This release is consistent with the labels on going output of warehouse bangers. Straight up tribal influenced, dark, hypnotic, rhythmic techno music for the wicked.
Bdum Bdum Sound - Dubplate #2: Do/Don't
10"
$12.71
London's Mysticisms imprint reissues a 1993 release by enigmatic Manchester quartet B:dum B:dum Sound. Merging their backgrounds in post-punk through dub and their city's vibrant dance scene, their sole 12" (originally funded by the Bolton Art Council) incorporates samples, sound design and middle eastern influences on what is now a cherished item among diggers and earning exorbitant amounts on the secondhand market. From the bass-driven exotic enchantment of 'Istanbul', they take a slow-mo version of bleep and mix it with dub techno on the mesmerising groove of 'Stateless' (which was well ahead of its time) as well as the deep dub of 'Do Don'ts' providing perfect armchair riddims.
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Tommy Vicari Jnr - Look In Your Eyes EP (incl Silverlining & Sweely remixes)
12"
$11.05
Sheffield based Tommy Vicari Jnr's chunky, tribal and vocal house tune 'Look In Your Eyes' has been big ever since it surfaced in 2004, and it still gets great crowd reactions to this day. Politics Of Dancing now re-issue it with a fine selection of new remixes. The original still sounds future with its silky synths and metallic drums, and the bassline really is killer. Silverlining steps up with a 90's house version that is all slick electronic funk. Sweely then speeds it up further, allowing the original vocal to really tug at the heart strings. Politics Of Dancing & Djebali link for a final stripped down version that is deep as you like.
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Bohannon - The Groove I Feel
LIMITED 7"
7"
$18.24
Positive Pay For Japan are having a busy month with the release of a couple of stone cold classics. The first was a pair of great edits, one of which reworked a Larry Levon tune to perfection. And now come two more, with both originals by Bohannon. Up first is a tidy little edit of 'The Groove I Feel' which has its breakdowns drawn out and drums beefed up. Plenty of cute little guitar riffs add the funk next to the chunky drums. On the flip is the more high speed and psyched-out, afro tinged funk of 'Zulu,' which cannot fail to make a floor move.
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