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Athens Of The North is unveiling a whole wealth of new 7"s this month and as usual, each and every one is an essential purchase. This one in particular will resonate with a wide audience thanks to the ubiquity of the source material - Luther Vandross's 'Never Too Much.' There have been many versions over the years but this reggae take from Derrick Cross is special indeed, and an OG will costs basically too much for any sane person. Now a fully legit repress makes it accessible to all once more, and hurrah for that.
A warm welcome back to cheeky downtempo twosome Bent, who hear offer up their first studio set for 14 years. Up in the Air is full of neat reminders that what made them so popular first time round, namely a seductive, slinky, atmospheric, sample-heavy sound that tended towards the tongue-in-cheek and was more likely to draw influence from dodgy, radio-friendly 1980s soft-rock singles and vintage easy listening than obscure Balearic beats or austere electronica. There are of course a few differences - it's far more polished than their early works, and even more musically detailed - but for the most part this is vintage Bent. Given how miserable the world is right now, it's rather nice to listen to an album that prioritises cheeriness, quirkiness and musical colour above all else.
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John Digweed doesn't do things by halves. Most of his mixed compilations tend towards the epic, and Quattro 2 - a sequel to 2020's Quattro- is no exception. It features three discs of new, unreleased and exclusive music mixed by Digweed, each of which has its own loose theme. Disc one, Soundscape, concentrates on immersive and meditating sounds, with disc two - Tempo - delivering warm-up style goodness and disc three, Redux, peak-time house and breaks in Digweed's distinctively melodious style. The collection's fourth CD, meanwhile, is a brand-new ambient and electronica album from Robert Babicz. Like the rest of the collection, it's really rather good.
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Jane Weaver - Flock
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Since going solo 20 years ago, former Kill Laura member Jane Weaver has maintained a regular release schedule, regularly delivering new albums that draw on a disparate array of interconnected musical styles whilst keeping the artist's distinctive lyrical style to the fore. Flock, her latest full-length, continues this trend, offering a sequence of strong, ear-catching and impactful songs that offer aural nods towards everything from 1960s dream-pop, '70s kraut-rock and indie-pop, to the synth-based power-pop of Goldfrapp, post-punk rock, pastoral dream-scapes and low-slung pop-funk. This inherent eclecticism never sounds forced or contrived thanks to the constant presence of Weaver's vocals and a unifying production sound that leans heavily on reverb and delay.
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Madlib - Sound Ancestors
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He may be prolific, but Sound Ancestors is still Madlib's first solo album under his most famous alias for almost eight years (the others were collaborations or released under one of his other pseudonyms). Sound Ancestors, then, is a significant release is his discography, and could well yet prove to be one of his finest full-length excursions of all time. Curated and arranged by friend Kieran "Four Tet" Hebden, the set is a kaleidoscopic, sample-heavy musical journey that melds his own distinctively different hip-hop beats with a smorgasbord of vocal and instrumental elements lifted from jazz, soul, reggae, easy listening, jazz-funk, Latin folk, funk-rock and psychedelic rock records. Sure, there are few surprises, but you will be royally entertained. Besides, if you were this good at what you did, would you flip the script?
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Arab Strap - As Days Get Dark
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Last year, post-rock heroes Arab Strap announced their return via the release of a string of archive live albums and a collection of mid-1990s demos. Now they've gone one better and delivered their first new studio album since 2005, As Days Get Dark. The essential ingredients that made the Falkirk duo such an attractive proposition - Aidan Moffat's poetic, kitchen-sink-drama lyrics, delivered in a thick Scottish Burr, and multi-instrumentalist Malcom Middleton's distinctively lo-fi backing tracks- are once again the bedrock of the album, though this time the music is perhaps a little more densely layered and - whisper it quietly -surprisingly polished. One esteemed music publication described the album as a "career highlight', and it's hard to disagree.
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Area - Where I Am Now
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Over the past decade, Area has successfully carved his own niche within techno, delivering EPs for the likes of Kimochi, Idle Hands and Mindshift Records that combine the spaced-out hypnotism of dub techno and the sparse, locked-in grooves of minimal, with the undulating electronics of Isolee, the immersive escapism of ambient and the buzzing fuzziness of lo-fi house. Where Am I Now, Area's long-promised debut album, further explores this trademark sound, delivering a set that's as icy and impersonal as it is infectious and intoxicating. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the intricate programmed percussion and melodies of 'Lag', and the deep space shuffle of 'Moving Away', to the glitchy minimalism of 'Mass Conserved' and the 'Beau Mot Plage'-goes ambient bubbliness of 'Lipod'.
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Dubkasim mark a noteworthy thirtieth release on their own label with what they do best - another big helping of pounding digital dub. These four sound system ready cuts are firmly set in the future, with majestic FM pads shrieking through the cavernous bass. Phaser pedals, digi-subs and steel plated percussion help power these bassy megaliths forwards and ensure maximum destruction on the right dance floors. 'King's Music' (cut 2) is a personal favourite here thanks to its darker, more menacing tones, but in reality of these three are ready and waiting to do some serious damage.
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