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Taken from a trio of 45s from the Vong45 record label, here the West Loop collective remake some of their favourite soul, jazz and funk tracks. This release in the series has West Loop remaking the original foundation to the A Tribe Called Quest masterpiece 'Electric Relaxation' - 'Mystic Brew' as recorded by Blue Note keyboard player Ronnie Foster in 1972. Featuring all live instrumentation including some fierce Hammond organ vamps, a deep rich bassline and a vibrant electric piano solo, West Loop revitalise the jazziness of the original on 'Part 1' but move into a funkier direction with 'Part 2' on the flip. Perfect 45 territory for the funk and hip hop DJs.
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Here's a great example of a simple idea, brilliantly executed. It sees artists from the UK's contemporary musical underground - most, though not all, with roots in jazz - re-make tracks from the Blue Note catalogue in their own personal style. The result is a series of sublime and sometimes surprising covers, with highlights including Jorja Smith's deliciously bluesy and soulful nu-jazz take on St Germain's 'Rose Rouge', a sumptuous interpretation of Donald Byrd's smooth jazz-funk classic 'Wind Parade' courtesy of Jordan Rakei, Skinny Pelembe's Afro-tinged cosmic jazz version of the Sam Rivers Sextet's 'Illusion', a spacey, ultra-deep re-imagining of Eddie Henderson's 'Galaxy' by Alfa Mist and an incredible, classic-sounding recording of Dinah Washington favourite 'I'll Never Stop Loving You' by Yazmin Lacey.
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As many of you will be aware, Mathimidori is not an obscure Japanese producer, but rather the occasional alias used by German studio buff Mathias Kaden for his more dub-fuelled techno releases. Akeboni is his first album under the alias and arrives on translucent red vinyl following the release of a handful of admired EPs over the last nine years. For the most part, it's a lazy and hazy affair, with Kaden contrasting the stoned, spaced-out warmth of 'Maiia', 'Ork' and 'Soso' with darker explorations such as 'Asaka' and 'Shao'. To keep things varied, the set also boasts a number of collaborations, a handful of downtempio dub workouts and a mostly ambient -and suitably atmospheric - closing cut.
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Narciss - Language Of Love EP
12"
$11.52
For the last few years, German producer Narciss has been at the forefront of the fusion of trance and techno, delivering tracks and EPs that sound like a cooler, more underground take on Drumcode's gargantuan, big-room friendly sound. He's at it again on the Language of Love EP, his first outing on Lobster Theremin. He begins via the slamming beats, razor-sharp trance synth riffs and mind-melting acid lines of 'Diable Jambe', before bouncing between more uplifting (but no less heavy) fare (the '90s MFS style romp that is 'Sundowner (Body 2 Body Remix)'), Robert Hood-influenced hypnotism (the warehouse-ready throb of 'Detroit Smash'), and TB-303 powered acidic tech-trance ('Fragments of a Language of Love').
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Quiet Men - Transition EP
12"
$11.52
While 1990s Italian techno duo Lino Monaco and Nicola Buono may have called themselves Quiet Men, the music showcased on this first EP in 21 years is anything but. It's made up of tracks recorded - but largely not released - between 1994 and '97, which the pair recently rediscovered on dusty DATs. There's much to enjoy across the five tracks, from the angular acid bass, heavy beats and angular, post-bleep melodies of 'Doubled', and the aptly-named, early Moby style techno immersion of 'Deep', to the stomping, buzzing intensity of 'HE', and the introspective dreaminess of stripped-back ambient techno number 'Brain'. The latter comes accompanied by a stunning, previously unheard, beat-free revision.
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Tornado Wallace - We're Where We Were
LP
$18.64
Although this is Tornado Wallace's Mule Musiq debut, the music contained on it is not brand new - though it is pretty much on known. 'We Are Where We Are' first appeared in 2018 on a Japan-only promo CD. Back then, it was presented as one continuous, 32-minute track. For its' vinyl debut, the decidedly Balearic and psychedelic offering has been split into two parts. Each is hugely atmospheric and evocative, with the Berlin-based Australian offering non-stop, ambient house style suites that layer evocative instrumentation - twinkling pianos, pulsing electronic noises, jazzy guitars, delay-laden synth sounds and so on - and crackling field recordings atop sparse, lo-fi drum machine beats and dubbed-out basslines.
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Brett Henderson AKA Computer Data is clearly one of Lost Palms' priorities for 2020, because they're offering up expansive EPs from the San-Fran man at a rate of knots. There's plenty to get the juices flowing on Henderson's latest six-track outing, from the the muscular but spacey deep house/techno fusion of 'Ego' - all energetic synth-bass, dreamy chords, bleary-eyed female vocal samples and bleeping melodies - to the psychedelic stomp of 'Parametric' and the loved-up breakbeat loveliness of 'Highball'. Elsewhere across the EP, 'Tonpooleins' is deliciously hazy, deep and hypnotic, while 'M-Type' is a jacking chunk of late-night techno sleaze.
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Marc Brauner / Tender Games - Nostalgics 001
12"
$10.43
New label Nostalgics was founded with an admirable aim, namely to, "take the mood and sounds of the past and present and create music for the future". That ethos is certainly evident on this opening EP from founder Marc Brauner and pal Tender Games. Brauner's opening gambit, 'I Got What U Want', sits somewhere between vintage US deep house, turn-of-the-90s Italian house and the futurist shimmer of early UK tech-house. Tender Games delivers a sonically denser and more bustling interpretation of that track, before offering-up a cut of his own: the fluid pianos, shimmering synths and proto-house grooves of 'Energy'. Brauner returns to round things off with 'One Night In Paris', a classic-sounding deep house number reminiscent of the material showcased on the My Love is Underground label.
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