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On this second, more expansive sampler for his forthcoming album Spaces & Places, Kerri Chandler treats us to tracks inspired by - and by the wonders of mobile recording technology, produced inside - clubs including Dublin's District 8, Glasgow institution Sub Club, Lux of Lisbon and NYC's Output. Of course, the standard is uniformly high throughout - it's classic Chandler from start to finish - but our picks of a very fine bunch include the soulful piano house shimmer of 'Change Your Mind', the thrusting, bass-heavy pump of 'Subbie (Rattle The Subbie Mix)', the effortlessly slick and soulful 'Tenacity (Full Vocal Mix)' and the ludicrously sub-heavy snap of 'See The Light (Dub)'. To borrow an old cliche, this is very much, 'all killer, no filler'.
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As part of the 2016 Ghent Film Festival, the first ever 'greatest hits' album for Ryuichi Sakamoto's soundtrack work was released. This retrospective LP compiles the best selections from the entirety of his career, from Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence to The Revenant. Now reissued 5 years later by Silva Screen, the album sees a wider, exclusive white vinyl edition, capturing the swelling pangs endemic to Sakamoto's music for screen.
Here's something new from one of Japan's leading nu jazz outfits Nautilus. Already seriously accomplished across their back catalogue, on this occasion they chose to tackle some evergreen jazz standards and give them a crisp modern lick. From Herbie Hancock's 'The Eye Of The Hurricane' to Bobby Hutcherson's 'Little B's Poem' plus pieces from Billy Taylor, Duke Ellington and more, the band's signature sound is all over the renditions (check the super funky slap bass coursing through the Hutcherson cover) but you can hear the original material coming through in all the right ways.
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Byron The Aquarius - Shroomz Guns & Roses Vol 1
We have been big fans of Atlanta talent Byron the Aquarius for years. He spent time making beats in the hop hop world before emerging in the house scene with a uniquely musical style. It is based around his own majestic skills on the keys and comes with dusty, deep beats and cosmic overtones. All four of these new cuts on the new Talknoise label follow that vein with various guests embellishing each one. 'Miss Dat Girl' (dub) is our pick with its heady chords and nice widescreen cinematic feels.
Gloria Scott - Promised Land
For many of us, 'Promised Land' is a life-defining anthem. A house track that will never be bettered and one of the genre's most important cuts. It set a standard for proper lyrics and song structure that has never been better in the 40 odd years since, so Gloria Scott is brave to take it on. But she does a fine job. The whole thing becomes a little more jazzy and instrumental, with flashy strings and natty chords, but all powered by the great vocals. An instrumental is also included making this well worth picking up.
Mykill Miers / Pawz One - Double Homocide
Double Homicide by Mykill Miers & Pawz One dropped back in late 2021 and finally makes it onto wax. It is a hard edge collection of rap cuts from the Los Angeles emcees. Boom-bap forms the backdrop, and goes fro dark and edgy to more smooth and soulful. Peppered with multi-syllabic lyrical barrages and DJ cuts, it's a living and breathing record that Brussels with energy. Production on this record comes from top names like Default Beats, Big Bob, Phaisrok, DJ Ray Swift, Science and of course the man himself, Mykill Miers.
Patience Africa put out a super rare album Let's Groove Tonight which now gets a couple tunes from it edited by modern mainstays. The first is the super classy Rush Hour bass Antal who flips 'Isilingo Sendoda' into an extended disco workout. On the reverse, Bonnefooi steps up with his edit as he flips 'Let's Groove Tonight' by changing the structure to something more floor-facing. These are two South African nuggets from 1980 that have been perfect remastered for this tidy new reissue on 12".
Antal / Various - Beyond Space & Time Vol 2
Is there any more revered digger than Antal, the rush Hour label boss? he has made that label and shop famous around the world for its great and eclectic taste. He has also reinvigorated the catalogues of numerous artists thanks to playing their tunes in his expansive sets so whenever he serves up a comp it's pretty much a buy on sight. Beyond Spec & Time Volume 2 jin the Japanese label of the same names one such example - it's full of broken beat and jazzy treasure that is invigorates the soul and more than makes you want to dance.
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