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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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Claude Young - The Knife
12"
$13.52
NDATL continues with a slice of deepness from Claude Young. Alce recruits Detroit native for the next release on NDATL. The EP waits no time & cuts right in with "The Knife", the 12"s title track, with it's big stabs, deep bass shuffling beats shows that Young is in top form. "No Regrets'" sublime & ethereal strings and chords exemplify Young's uniqueness. The breezy deepness of "Santa Barbra" will make the dancer fly. As "The Promenade" wraps up the EP with a relaxing mood & vibe.
The Honeyshotz - Lovin' You
7"
$15.24
The first 45 from the Belfast-based Superfly Funk & Soul label - an offshoot of a long-running club night helmed by DJ Pete Brady - is something of a doozy. It comes courtesy of the Honeyshotz, a studio band set up by Ian Stevens (bass player with The Getiup and The King Rooster) as a vehicle for his own compositions. In its A-side 'radio edit' form, 'Loving You' is a Clavinet-happy chunk of jazz-funk influenced, 1970s dancefloor soul revivalism. It naturally boasts superb musicianship but also some stellar lead vocals from Sabina Challenger. Scene heavyweight Smoove handles remix duties, delivering a heavyweight dub that adds extra percussion, beefs up the bass and showcases almost every instrument in turn. It's a weighty, effortlessly funky revision.
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Mneme debuts on Kimochi Sound with this mini-album of bass-driven nostalgia. Rough-hewn beats and blurry half-remembered melodies recorded to tape weave a wistful atmosphere, autumnal and tender. Pencil-sketched rhythms, shades of shoegaze & illbient, coloured-in with longing. Recommended if you like moods and vibes.
Dyson's Faces - We're Two Fools In Love
7"
$10.65
Dom Williams is doing a great job of showcasing overlooked soul, funk and disco gems on his Acid Jazz Records offshoot Miles Away Records. These two tracks from obscure act Dyson's Faces - an ever-changing collective of studio musicians helmed by Ronnie Dyson's younger brother, Clifton - are a fantastic example. Both were recorded and first released in 1975 on the band's self-titled debut album and are superb examples of what would have once been called "modern soul". 'We're Two Fools In Love' is a soaring, Philadelphia Soul style dancefloor anthem in the making, while 'Don't Worry About The Jones' is a wonderfully syrupy-sweet slow jam whose lyrics will resonate with many.
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The Button Down Brass / Ray Davies - Superstition
7"
$14.10
When deciding on tracks to release on '45' for the first time, the Dynamite Cuts team seems to mine a mixture of sought-after sets, familiar favourites and overlooked obscurities. This single falls int the latter category, featuring as it does two killer cuts from Funk In Hell, a 1976 album by library music collective-turned-instrumental funk outfit Button Down Brass (a band founded by trumpeter and arranger Ray Davies). A-side 'Superstition' is simply superb: a down-low cover of Stevie Wonder classic 'Superstition' that sits somewhere between down-low library funk and Blaxploitation movie soundtracks, with a dash of big band funk thrown in. Instrumental flipside 'Shades of Hades' is equally as vibrant, with elongated electric guitar notes, heady hand percussion and spacey synth sounds combining superbly with spy-funk horns and weighty bass.
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The Beeyou Crew - The Colony EP
12"
$12.65
All 4 tracks coming from a mystery selection of The Beeyou Crew, Can you guess who? the seventh instalment in the label brings together the fledging hive of bees for an EP full of colaborations. The A side kicks off the EP with the bouncy beats of Bubbling Crew before coming back for more and double dropping with Drop The Bass on the A2 which is enough to slap the wig off your head. When you flip over to the B the honey keeps dripping with the rolling grooves of No White Lines before rounding off the EP with the driving and slightly spooky We Need To Have A Think
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