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Wanna Be Editin' Somethin'
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Cat: SWR 012. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Wanna Be Editin' Somethin' (4:19)
  2. Give Me The Remix (4:16)
Review: Jorun Bombay has form for breathing new life into Jackson family favourites, having previously released a fine 7" featuring a stellar revision of "It's Great To Be Here". This time he tackles a solo MJ cut, lacing the vocal and horns from "Soul Makossa"-inspired single "Got To Be Startin' Something" over a bustling, bass-heavy groove previously featured on one of the most famous hip-hop cuts of all time. Arguably even better is flipside "Give Me The Remix", a brilliant, 1980s 12" dub style revision of another Q Jones production. It's pleasingly stripped-down, making use of the original's killer synth bassline, jazz guitars and sing-along vocals, whilst jettisoning much of the musical filler. Top stuff, all told.
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Bian Kou
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Bian Kou (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: KALITA 12001. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Bian Kou
  2. E Clolo
  3. Mioukouna
Review: London-based reissue label Kalita is here to take you deep into the hidden corners of African grooves, kicking things off in style with this infectious selection of cuts from Ernest Koffi, otherwise known as NST Cophie's, recorded in Paris and released on a private press LP in 1980. "Bian Kou" is a loose and limber disco funk number with impeccable slap bass, while "E Clolo" brings a more rounded, distinctly 80s flavoured production. Taking over the whole B-side, "Miokouna" takes on a more distinctly Afrobeat-minded demeanour and beams the Ivory Coast sunshine into your ears with irresistible force.
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Tail Lift
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Tail Lift (12")
Cat: HES 032. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Tail Lift (5:53)
  2. MPH (5:17)
Review: One could argue that Joe, the enigmatic producer from London (we think!), has been partly responsible for Hessle Audio's continues success but, most importantly, for the label's off-kilter approach. This latter point has meant that Hessle Audio has never stuck too closely to one genre and, instead, appealed to the wider electronic gamut, from the bass-heads to the house-jockies. He's back with an impenetrable two-tracker coloured in lime green; "Tail Lift" dominates the A-side with a strong, full-bodied house groove that's been filtered with all sorts of jungle sounds and tribal influences while, on the flipside, "MPH" is Joe focussing on our pure experimentation - broken jungle breaks, oddball synth bleeps and classic piano house keys merge to create something truly unexpected. It's Joe. On Hessle.
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Reworked By Detroiters Sampler
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Reworked By Detroiters Sampler (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: SEWT 703/SEWT 706. Rel: 18 Sep 17
Soul
  1. Cosmic Slop (Moodymann mix) (9:27)
  2. Let's Make It Last (Kenny Dixon Jr edit) (7:32)
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The Promised Land
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The Promised Land (12" + insert)
Cat: WB 00412. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. The Promised Land: Chapter II: Enter This House (6:48)
  2. The Promised Land: Chapter IV: 40 Years (6:12)
  3. The Promised Land: Chapter VII: Salvation (7:08)
  4. Helping Hand (bonus track) (8:25)
Review:  A year after he helped launch the label via the brilliant "The Fatal Flaw In Disco" 12", Mark Seven returns to Ari Goldman's World Building label. As you might expect, he's once again in a retro-futurist frame of mind, laying down a series of house tracks inspired by the style's glory days of the late '80s and early '90s. He first doffs a cap towards bouncy New Jersey deep house from the turn of the '90s ("Chapter II: Enter This House"), before wrapping Chicago style analogue bass and fluid electronics around a sweaty, Kenny Dope inspired rhythm track. "Chapter VII: Salvation" is a smooth and loved-up tribute to the Burrell Brothers and Dream II Science, while closer "Helping Hand" is pleasingly deep and dreamy.
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Spooktober Edits
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Spooktober Edits (hand-stamped 7")
Cat: DP 022. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Lalomie's Strangeness (3:53)
  2. Ray's Superstitions (4:32)
Review: Edits that go bump in the night: Scrimshire upgrades some of his Halloween specials to vinyl status for a cheeky Wah Wah run. Lalomie Washburn gets a sweet cut and shuffle to deadly effect while Button Down Brass's cosmic disco twist on Stevie's seminal "Superstition" gets a 2017 update with a little layering, uptempo drive and just a smidgeon more cosmicity on the synths. Delectable any time of year, not just in Spooktober.
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New Energy
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New Energy (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: TEXT 046LP. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Alap (1:22)
  2. Two Thousand & Seventeen (4:11)
  3. LA Trance (5:31)
  4. Tremper (1:36)
  5. Lush (5:10)
  6. Scientists (4:50)
  7. Falls 2 (1:04)
  8. You Are Loved (6:08)
  9. SW9 9SL (7:53)
  10. 10 Midi (5:20)
  11. Memories (1:06)
  12. Daughter (4:52)
  13. Gentle Soul (1:14)
  14. Planet (8:33)
Review: If you were judging Kieran Hebden's 11th Four Tet studio album merely on the way it's presented, you'd immediately think he'd spent the last two years immersed in early '90s ambient house albums. While it's unlikely he's done that, it's fair to say that New Energy does owe a debt to classic electronica sets from that period. For all the exotic instrumentation and subtle nods to post-dubstep "aquacrunk" experimentalism and chiming, head-in-the-clouds sunrise house, the album feels like a relic of a lost era. That's not meant as a criticism - New Energy is superb - but it is true that his choice of neo-classical strings, gentle new age melodies, sweeping synthesizer chords and disconnected vocal samples would not sound out of place on a Global Communication album.
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Colors
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Colors (limited yellow vinyl LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: 578822 0. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Indie
  1. Colors (4:22)
  2. Seventh Heaven (4:56)
  3. I'm So Free (4:07)
  4. Dear Life (3:45)
  5. No Distraction (4:35)
  6. Dreams (4:59)
  7. Wow (3:43)
  8. Up All Night (3:11)
  9. Square One (2:55)
  10. Fix Me (3:08)
Review: Thirteen studio albums in, and 'Colors' sees Beck maybe at his most playful and upbeat since the late '90s. Title track 'Colors' opens the albums with an immediacy that bursts out like a heavily polished 'Devil's Haircut'. The album veers off in all kinds of pop directions, from the anthemic 'Seventh Heaven', to the almost trap-like 'Wow', Beck shows he's willing to experiment and wrangle as much as possible into an album. It might not be his most contemplative record, but it's definitely his glossiest and most entertaining in a while, and promises a rollercoaster ride from start to finish.
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Future Wise EP
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Cat: INFUSE 021. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Future-wise (7:29)
  2. 111 (6:53)
  3. Move (5am dub) (7:38)
Review: Given the amount of labels he's appeared on over the years, it's something of a surprise to find that this is Subb An's first outing on INFUSE. As usual, the experienced tech-house producer delivers the goods, beginning with the undulating, bass-heavy late night hustle of funk-fuelled A-side "Future-Wise". While it's little more than a killer, bassline-driven groove with a few tweaked acid lines and strange effects now and then, there's no denying the track's dancefloor chops. He continues on a similar theme on "111", wrapping watery riffs and spacey electronic motifs around a locked-in rhythm and booming bassline, while "Move (5Am Dub)" is a similarly trippy and hypnotic affair tailor-made for early morning sets.
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Played by: Subb-an, Moises
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Afro Funk Gems Volume Eight: 1970's Ivory Coast
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Afro Funk Gems Volume Eight: 1970's Ivory Coast (7" in hand-stamped kraft paper inner sleeve + branded outer sleeve + sticker)
Cat: MUKAT 054. Rel: 09 Oct 17
Funk
  1. Chicken (3:45)
  2. Dankasa (3:25)
Review: Two killer tracks licensed from Oriki Music,mastered by Frank From Sofrito at The Carvery and taken from the recent Akwaba Abidjan compilation. These two monsters from De Frank Jr are straight up deep and funky afrobeat from 1970's Ivory Coast. More essential dancefloor delights from Mukatsuku - strictly vinyl only & singles only...
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Discosaur Edits
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Cat: GAMM 116. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Lose My Mind (6:26)
  2. Cindy (4:46)
  3. Dancing (6:10)
  4. When He Comes (5:34)
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HOSTOM 006
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HOSTOM 006 (12")
Cat: HOSTOM 006. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (8:45)
  2. Track 2 (10:08)
Review: Yoyaku offshoot Hostom has enjoyed a successful 2017 so far. This is the matter-of-fact label's third EP of the year to date. As usual, there's no information about the producer (or producers) involved, or pesky track titles for that matter. The A-side is a pleasingly positive affair, with jaunty, tweaked organ stabs and woozy chords buzzing around a typically well programmed, on-point groove. The track gains in intensity throughout, with the heaviness of the percussion being ramped up in stages. There's more of a tribal feel about the B-side, with densely layered percussion underpinning hushed, stretched out chords and dark, trippy effects.
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Played by: Sota, Don Crisp
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DELAPHINE 006
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DELAPHINE 006 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DELAPHINE 006. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (11:39)
  2. Track 2 (1:38)
  3. Track 3 (8:26)
  4. Track 4 (4:50)
Review: Earlier this year, Samuel Andre Madsen impressed with his debut album under the S.A.M alias, Dream State of a Bellmaker. That album was marked out by the producer's willingness to flit between styles, applying his deep and quietly melodious approach to techno, house, ambient and electronica. This follow-up EP takes a similar approach. So while untitled opener "Track 1" is a hypnotic, dreamy and rolling deep house club workout, "Track 2" is a sublime chunk of texture-driven, deep space ambient. Similarly, on the reverse, the analogue Detroit techno-meets-Chicago jack of "Track 3" makes way for the intergalactic, dub-flecked IDM shuffle of "Track 4". Naturally, all four cuts hit to spot - though we'd expect little less from a man of Madsen's talents.
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Played by: G-Prod
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GRANT 001
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GRANT 001 (12" repress)
Cat: GRANT 001. Rel: 09 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Malt Brun (7:39)
  2. Hommage (7:17)
  3. Dazu (7:12)
  4. Back Mind (5:14)
  5. Vague Lines (4:52)
Review: The dust hasn't even considered settling from his second album Crank and already the mysterious Grant delivers once again. While the West Coast artist has kept his identity tightly under-wraps, there are no illusions as to how good his grooves are. Barely three years into his game and his sultry jacking soulful grooves have been universally supported by all corners. Here we find him dusting off the driving gloves with a well-considered edit series on white. From the Icelandic dubby charms of "Malt Brun" to the delicate jazzy whispers of "Hommage" by way of the delicious Wamdue-referencing broken soul of "Back Mind", each cut tastefully takes us to exciting new places. Not to be missed.
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I Want You For Myself
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Cat: KON 001. Rel: 02 Oct 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. I Want You For Myself (6:33)
  2. I Want You For Myself (KON extended remix) (10:40)
Review: Acclaimed crate-digger turned disco re-editor KON has decided to launch his own reissue imprint, Kontemporary. The idea is simple: to accompany re-mastered original tracks with fresh rubs from the man himself. 12" number one offers another opportunity to enjoy George Duke's soulful, sun-kissed, disco-era jazz-funk bomb "I Want You For Myself". On the A-side you'll find Duke's own impeccable 12" version, with KON's re-edit gracing the B. Having access to the original multi-track tapes has allowed the New York-based producer to not only include an atmospheric, extended intro (a tactic regularly used by fellow rework merchants The Revenge and Joey Negro), but also give more prominence to Duke's superb piano solos.
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Afternooners
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Afternooners (gatefold 2xLP + insert)
Cat: DE 185. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Big Shot (4:27)
  2. Surfside Sex (6:14)
  3. Hot Beach (5:44)
  4. The Runner (6:55)
  5. Furlough (4:43)
  6. One Hot Afternoon (5:08)
  7. Leather Bound (4:45)
  8. Bore & Stroke (8:24)
  9. Cycle Tuff (4:10)
  10. Jungle Orchids (5:18)
  11. Take A Little Trip (8:33)
  12. Love Come Set Me Free (4:59)
Review: The final part of Dark Entries' long-running series of archival Patrick Cowley releases showcases tracks originally recorded for Afternooners, a late '70s gay porn film by director John Coletti. As with previous Cowley releases on Dark Entries, the double album also contains previously unheard material rediscovered from the Fox Studio archives. It's another essential collection of atmospheric synthesizer music in the producer's distinctive style, all told, with tracks ranging from the whistling cheeriness of "Hot Beach" and the sparkling, cowbell-laden throb of "One Hot Afternoon" to the dubbed-out, semi-ambient dreaminess of "Bore & Stroke" and the humid, upbeat "Jungle Orchid".
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07
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07 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MOI 007. Rel: 09 Oct 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (9:13)
  2. Track 2 (8:31)
Review: There's been plenty to cheer on the six previous releases by Aleksandr Voznichenko's MOI project, so hopes are naturally high for this seventh EP. He's in an unusually positive frame of mind on side A, wrapping a bouncy, rolling, bass-heavy deep house groove in subtle but spacey synth motifs and languid, starry melodies. There's a similar feel to the slightly more percussive flipside cut, whose combination of chunky snares, solid kicks, skipping cymbals and fluid, new age inspired melody lines consistently hits the mark. There's woozy warmth to both tracks, too, making them both picturesque and undeniably floor-friendly.
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Mark Ernestus Remixes
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Mark Ernestus Remixes (12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
DDS
Cat: DDS 026. Rel: 23 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Congo Get Slap (Mark Ernestus remix) (7:11)
  2. Flagged Up (Mark Ernestus remix) (9:33)
Review: The DDS label, short for Distort Decay Sustain, has given artists like Demdike Stare a platform on which to express themselves through over the years, but it was really Equiknoxx's LP from 2016, Bird Sound Power, which opened their doors to a whole new category of listener. In fact, it was that LP, with all its stunning, dub-wise experimentation, which has led to Mark Ernestus being called up for a pair of remixes. As you probably know, this is a rare case, so this 12" is sort of a special piece - "Congo Get Slap" is given the pure Ernestus rundown, with a charging, minimalistic percussion being swallowed whole by the raucous dub stabs caving in from all angles; the remix of "Flagged Up" is a much slower, more brooding affair in the same vein as the mythical cuts residing on imprints like Basic Channel and Chain Reaction - nothing but deep, meditative dub flexing for the mind. BIG!
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Live In NYC
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Live In NYC (limited transparent red vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 023. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Untitled I (4:05)
  2. We Said No (alternative version) (4:32)
  3. Translation (4:18)
  4. Untitled II (5:29)
  5. Careless Pedestrian (5:11)
Review: The don of Birmingham techno Karl O'Connor serves up some live rarities courtesy of retroverts Cititrax. Features recently uncovered recordings of a Regis performance in NYC on January 4th, 1997 at the famed Film Academy. His unmistakeable sound and influence is integral to the DNA of the techno sound, blatantly copied but never matched. Some classics from the Downwards catalogue are contained on this EP in all their austere fashion. "We Said No" "Translation" and "Careless Pedestrian" from his seminal 1996 LP Gymnastics being highlights. The original tapes were discovered by Evan Kreeger, studio work/transfers by James Ruskin in London and audio mastered by Veronica Vasicka in New York.
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Played by: 3.14
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123
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123 (7")
Cat: MXMRK 2009. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. 123 (Mr K 7" edit Of Walter Gibbons Acetate) (3:18)
  2. My Sweet Summer Suite (Mr K 7" edit) (5:42)
Review: More hot-to-trot edits from Most Excellent Unltd's 7" series. As usual, legendary New York scalpel fiend Danny Krivit is at the controls (under the now familiar Mr K alias, of course). A-side cut "1 2 3" boasts Krivit's edit of an obscure, unreleased acetate mix by Walter Gibbons of a jaunty funk number rich in military style drum fills, mazy electric organ solos and bold bass guitar riffs. Over on the flip you'll find "My Sweet Summer Suite", a drum-heavy workout that seems to be built out of elements of a number of low-slung disco and funk tunes. The clipped, loopy groove - as previously used on a number of Krivit's other edits - is loaded with lots of extra percussion and some trippy, Amazonian flute motifs.
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The Ooz
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The Ooz (limited gatefold blue & orange vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
XL
Cat: XL 872LPE. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Indie
  1. Biscuit Town (3:40)
  2. The Locomotive (2:47)
  3. Dum Surfer (2:55)
  4. Slush Puppy (4:30)
  5. Bermondsey Bosom (Left) (3:54)
  6. Logos (3:52)
  7. Sublunary (1:59)
  8. Lonely Blue (4:53)
  9. Cadet Limbo (4:50)
  10. Emergency Blimp (2:55)
  11. Czech One (4:12)
  12. (A Side In) New Drugs (3:07)
  13. Vidual (2:21)
  14. Bermondsey Bosom (Right) (1:04)
  15. Half Man Half Shark (5:01)
  16. The Cadet Leaps (4:22)
  17. The Ooz (4:33)
  18. Midnight 01 (Deep Sea Diver) (3:53)
  19. Lalune (4:01)
Review: In the four years since his debut album as King Krule, south Londoner Archy Marshall has been busy as solo artist, collaborator, rapper and producer. He now returns with 'The OOZ', an expansive record that's densely packed with disparate musical influence, dark and personal storytelling, and Marshall's distinctive sneering charisma, all framed in his usual backdrop of seedy urban vaudeville. It's an incredibly layered album that offers the listener a guided tour through this disturbing and decayed landscape of atmospheric smoky jazz, grunge and ambient. Even at nineteen tracks with a runtime of just over an hour, The OOZ is something of an epic that never feels overdrawn, by dint of its richly illustrative, engulfing and transportive nature.
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Triangle Des Bermudas (Massimiliano Pagliara remix)
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Cat: CDA 018. Rel: 23 Oct 17
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Triangle Des Bermudas
  2. Triangle Des Bermudas (Massimiliano Pagliara remix)
  3. Cuban Omelette
  4. John's Job (Rhythm track)
Review: Jules Etienne has been skirting around labels such as Apersonal Music for a few years, but here makes a strong statement with a new record for CockTail D'Amore. "Triangle Des Bermudas" is a swinging yet cosmically inclined jam powered by warm synth arpeggios, which regular collaborator Massimiliano Pagliara then nudges up into crafty deep house territory. "Cuban Omlette" is a delicate affair that interweaves pattering percussion and nagging synth lines to make a particularly heady brew before "John's Job" finishes the record off with a richly layered drum track that should have DJs across the board getting tricky in the mix.
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Through It All
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Cat: DTR 12. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Get Down (with Ian Fink) (6:10)
  2. Through It All (6:22)
  3. Kingdom (feat Dodi Alexander) (6:17)
Review: Soulful hip-hop beat-maker Waajeed's transformation into a Detroit deep house star continues apace, with the former Slum Village man's second EP for Dirt Tech Reck in as many months. He begins by doffing a cap to Theo and Moodymann on "Get Down", a shuffling, warm and dreamy workout full of rich disco bass, twinkling electric piano keys, gentle vocal samples and layered hand percussion. Confirmed summer jam "Through it All" is a breezy, string-laden bastion of piano-heavy positivity complete with bustling analogue bass and "Strings of Life" style solos, while B-side "Kingdom" sits somewhere between crunchy Chicago house, gospel and lilting Motor City deepness. Yes, please!
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A So We Gwarn
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Cat: SS 067/68. Rel: 09 Oct 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. See & Blind, Hear & Deaf (4:28)
  2. Treasure Beach (4:37)
  3. Too Much Ginger (3:14)
  4. 18.1096 N 77.2975 W (5:28)
  5. Maroon Strategies (5:59)
  6. Nyabinghi Warriors (1:43)
  7. The Sorrell Sweet (3:13)
  8. Decide What You Choose (6:52)
  9. The Rockers Rebel Step (6:31)
  10. It's All For Us (4:48)
  11. Don't Put Your Hat Where Your Hand Can't Reach (2:20)
Review: Here's something to set the pulse racing: a collaborative debut album (on Sound Signature, no less) from London broken beat veterans Dego and Kaidi Tatham. As with their previous joint releases on 2000 Black, Rush Hour, Eglo and, of course, Sound Signature, it's the duo's love of rich, jazz-fuelled musicality, sun-kissed melodies and loose, languid rhythms that shines through. There are naturally nods towards disco, boogie, jazz-funk, Afrobeat, hip-hop and classic "bruk", with a stellar cast list of guest musicians and vocalists swinging by to lend a hand. If Herbie Hancock decamped to Ladbroke Grove and made an album with Bugz In The Attic, it would probably sound like this. In our book, that's a very good thing indeed.
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Square Miso
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Cat: 17STEPS 016. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Square Miso (6:15)
  2. LF10 (6:14)
  3. Square Miso (reprise) (3:07)
Review: Since the launch of their 17 Steps label in 2015, the Dusky releases have come thick and fast. Able to put out whatever they want, whenever they want, the experienced duo has delivered a series of well-received EPs packed with original productions and/or headline grabbing remixes. In truth, as good as these were, few were quite as big as this sizeable three-tracker. A-side cut "Square Miso" - a peak-time anthem in the making full of thunderous drums, thrusting analogue bass, cut-up female vocal samples and life-affirming piano riffs - is particularly notable, while the "Reprise" of the same cut strips back some of the drums and emphasizes the wide-eyed piano riffs for extra dancefloor pleasure.
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All I Got In Me
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All I Got In Me (double 12")
Cat: CCRT 03PM04. Rel: 23 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. BH2 (7:23)
  2. All I Got In Me (7:21)
  3. Reverse Cowboy (7:16)
  4. Live Concrete (7:22)
  5. Untitled (12:34)
  6. Live Love (7:49)
  7. St Ouen Connexion - Masile (7:18)
Review: Fresh from the success of two top notch EPs on iile, Leo Pol unveils his most ambitious release to date. All I Got In Me is something of a beast, with seven tracks stretched across two slabs of wax. It's a rather pleasingly varied affair, all told, with the experienced producer flitting between Detroit style techno futurism ("BH2"), warm, chunky and occasionally tough deep house ("All I Got In Me", "Live Concrete"), spacey beatbox electro ("Live Love") and the kind of tech-house cuts that look to both the Motor City and Chicago for inspiration. As a bonus, he's also included a collaborative cut under the St Ouen Connection moniker, the deep and hazy, techno-tempo positivity of "Masile".
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Native New Yorker/Relight My Fire (Dimitri From Paris mixes)
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Cat: DFP 001. Rel: 23 Oct 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Odyssey - "Native New Yorker" (Dimitri From Paris Super Disco Blend) (7:04)
  2. Dan Hartman - "Relight My Fire" (Dimitri From Paris DJ Friendly remix) (9:54)
Review: There will be some who glance at this and think: "do we really need new edits of two stone cold classics?" Ordinarily, perhaps not, but these versions are by Dimitri From Paris, one re-editor and remixer whose disco "blends" and rearrangements consistently breathe new life into well-known cuts. Take his version of Odyssey's "Native New Yorker", for example. With access to the original master tapes, he's been able to reconstruct the track in his own distinctive style, inserting string-laden breakdowns and playing around with the instrumentation in a classic, Tom Moulton style. The Parisian veteran takes a different approach on the flipside version of Dan Hartman's grandiose disco thumper "Relight My Fire", straightening out the beats to give an original peak-time anthem a much more house-centric twist.
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Played by: I Love Disco!
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Digging Beyond The Crates: Exclusives
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  1. Ezel - "Get Down" (Ezel Funk mix) (5:14)
  2. Turbojazz & CT-HI Ensemble - "Strings Of Life" (6:54)
  3. Ossie - "I Hurt You" (7:08)
  4. Bill Laurance - "The Pines" (6:25)
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Vamos Pintar (Let's Paint) (feat Max Essa mixes)
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Cat: FAR 034. Rel: 23 Oct 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Vamos Pintar (Let's Paint)
  2. Vamos Pintar (Let's Paint) (Max Essa Slo Mo Bubble dub)
  3. Vamos Pintar (Let's Paint) (Max Essa extended club mix)
  4. Vamos Pintar (Let's Paint) (Paradise 90 dub)
Review: Faze Action teams up with Nina Miranda for the jazzy disco tones of "Vamos Pintar", and the results are magic. This is unabashedly joyous, flamboyant dance music rich with vibraphone licks, synth stabs and a catchy vocal hook about painting, which Max Essa then slows down to a Balearic strut on his "Slo Mo Bubble Dub" mix before offering up a more energetic "Extended Club Mix". The real gem on the record comes on the B2 "Paradise 90 Dub", which faithfully champions the Larry Levan school of party music, and everyone knows that means guaranteed club heat.
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Lomdit EP
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Lomdit EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SLPFNK 016. Rel: 09 Oct 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Tamtam
  2. Octo
  3. We Smell Sausage
  4. Hmmm
Review: SlapFunk continue to showcase a distinctive brand of bumping, swinging house music with nods to the minimal way of doing things but a much fatter, richer sound palette at work. Levi Verspeek gets the vibe, having previously popped up on Body Parts, Apollonia and Lazare Hoche to name but a few, and the quality remains high on this new grip of party heaters. "Tam Tam" is a dexterous, catchy groover, while "Octo" gets into a twitchier headspace for the seriously locked-in freakout crew. "We Smell Sausage" takes things in a strange but techy direction before "Hmmm" turns out the most reduced offering on the record, all finely chiseled drums built with the DJ in mind.
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A Thousand Hits A Second
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Cat: BDN 016. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Flow State (feat Illsee) (5:34)
  2. Shame (4:00)
  3. Track 3 (5:27)
  4. Track 4 (4:00)
  5. Track 5 (3:54)
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CANOE 005
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CANOE 005 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CANOE 005. Rel: 23 Oct 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Love Safari
  2. Music Is The Way
  3. Tears I Cant Hold
Review: Nyra's Canoe series continues to serve up the finest disco flavoured edit heat, reaching for some absolute gems and giving them a club friendly re-rub that will ensure their place in your record bags for aeons to come. "Love Safari" is everything you want a classic disco stomper to be, all slinky basslines, sustained Philly strings and chants of "Africa". "Music Is The Way" sees Nyra getting more intricate with his editing scalpel, letting the filters and phasers run wild with glorious, delirious results. "Tears I Can't Hold" pushes the tempo up while maintaining the sweet soulful vibe, screaming out for a mix with some hardline Detroit techno in a DJ Bone stylee.
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Deep Heet Vol 4
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Deep Heet Vol 4 (limited transparent splatter vinyl 12")
Cat: MOTE 050. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Desert Races (7:31)
  2. Life Rhythm (4:32)
  3. Random Kingdom (6:06)
  4. Lazer Organical (6:11)
Review: UK don Luke Slater returns with the fourth instalment of Deep Heet. The last edition released in 2012 on his esteemed Mote Evolver imprint is recognised by those that know as some of the most reliable techno tools in recent years: who can forget the sinister hypnotism of "Flat Tire": what a classic! You can bet there's yet more austere and ergonomic tracks for serious DJ use on offer here. Starting off with the driving and cyclical grunt of "Desert Races", then the tunnelling and trance inducing bell melody of "Life Rhythm" representing the A side. On the flip, the full throttle intergalactic charge of Random Kingdom and the dystopian minimalism of "Lazer Organical" which would make even Mike Parker stand up and notice! Slater is still without doubt one of the most singular talents in techno, respect!
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Played by: Ben Sims, Cosmic Monkey
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Kasso Re-edited By John Jellybean Benitez
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Cat: BST X022. Rel: 09 Oct 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Key West
  2. Walkman
  3. Kasso
Review: This new release from Best Record Italy contains for the first time the 3 tracks edited and mixed by John Jellybean Benitez between 1981 and 1982 of the Italo Disco songs by Kasso (the pseudonym used by Claudio Simonetti) who became a classic in the underground house music scene of N.Y. and Chicago !
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Bel Air
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Bel Air (12")
Cat: KCTLP 1168. Rel: 09 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Bel Air (5:47)
  2. Reach Out (5:42)
  3. Destiny (5:23)
Review: With a wealth of much-played material to his name, DJ Steaw is fast becoming one of the most reliable producers in house music. It's perhaps unsurprising, then, that Kerri Chandler has snapped up a trio of Steaw productions for his long-running Madhouse imprint. As you might expect, all three cuts swing with the bass-heavy bounce of vintage U.S house, with the rolling organ stabs, spine-tingling vocal samples and classic, basement-bothering percussion of A-side "Bel Air" standing out. It's a close-run thing, though; B-side opener "Reach Out" is a sterling combination of driving drums and warm musical elements, while "Deeper" is a woozy and hazy trip into locked-in early morning deep house territory. In other words, it's packed with playable club tracks.
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Played by: Paul Starey
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Common Edits 12
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Cat: CE 012. Rel: 09 Oct 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Cooper Saver & Patrick Holland - "How About" (7:28)
  2. Eddie C - "Don't Rush" (2:57)
  3. Dane - "Space Up Your Life" (5:08)
  4. El Molito - "Sunny Days In The Chocolate Factory" (5:08)
Review: Here's something of a rarity: a 12" outing from Canada's Common Edit, a label best-known for releasing sneaky 7" singles. Wisely, the label has decided to use the format to serve up more tracks - four, to be precise - with a swathe of scalpel wielding label talent at the controls. Cooper Saver and Patrick Holland kick things off via the Balearic boogie brilliance of synth-laden roller "How About", before Eddie C lights up something fat and fragrant, dips the tempo and goes all jazz-funk on Brazilian disco slow-jam "Don't Rush". Flip to the B-side for the majestic, Clavinet-laden peak-time disco rush of Dane's "Space Up Your Life" (chuckle) and the atmospheric Blaxploitation hustle of El Molito's "Sunny Days in the Chocolate Factory".
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Breaking Ice On Love
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Breaking Ice On Love (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: ZP 04. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Soul
  1. Breaking Ice On Love (2:21)
  2. Hey Love (2:40)
  3. Hook Me Up (4:09)
Review: Throughout the 1970s, Houston vocalist Sammie Relford released a string of brilliant singles on a variety of tiny labels. These days, the vast majority of these are rare as hen's teeth, making this three-track 7" something of a must-have for soul fans. On the A-side you'll find the brilliant (and near impossible to find) "Breaking Ice On Love", a heartfelt chunk of sumptuous, string-drenched goodness that sounds like it was recorded at some time during the Philadelphia Soul era, and "Hey Love", a sweet and loose ballad originally featured on Relford's 1979 debut album. Turn to the B-side for "Hook Me Up", a smooth, '80s soul style slow jam recorded in the twilight of the Texan vocalist's career.
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Played by: I Love 45's!
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Crystal Quest
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Cat: HVN 043. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Pay Back (8:43)
  2. Armando The Lizard (6:29)
  3. Pay Back (Samo DJ & Pedrodollar remix) (7:53)
  4. Crystal Quest (8:04)
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YYY 750
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YYY 750 (12")
Cat: YYY 750. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (8:32)
  2. Track 2 (6:08)
Review: Yoyaku Distribution's matter-of-fact YYY series continues to impress, delivering a third "mystery" 12" of the year to date. The un-credited producer gets straight down to business on side A, wrapping darting melodies and liquid electronics around fizzing cymbals, undulating kick drums and warm bass in an outer-space tech-house style. There's a slightly darker and more energy-packed feel to the flipside track, whose staccato percussion hits, restless drum machine handclaps and back-alley stabs sound like they were created with sweaty basement dancefloors in mind (despite the presence of the series' usual fluid chords).
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Played by: Akioki
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Peach Fuzz EP
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Cat: SR 008V. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Prologue (6:32)
  2. Peach Fuzz (6:03)
  3. Urlaub Kommt (5:25)
  4. Woman (5:55)
Review: There's been a fair bit of hype surrounding Cody Currie's first appearance on Secret Reels, and it's not hard to see why. Like the producer's previous EPs on Pusic, Better Listen and Razor 'N' Tape reserve, Peach Fuzz is full of languid, sun-kissed, heart-warming deep house goodness. We're particularly enjoying the bustling thrust of "Prologue", where wild jazz-funk style synth solos wrap themselves around a driving jazz-house groove, though the funk-driven, sample-heavy warmth of "Woman" and bouncy, flute-laden disco-house shuffler "Urlaub Kommt" both push it close. Speaking of disco-house, title track "Peach Fuzz" has "future peak-time anthem" written all over it.
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Too Much
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Too Much (limited 12")
Cat: BST X023. Rel: 09 Oct 17
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Too Much
  2. Too Much (instrumental)
  3. Too Much (remix)
Review: Official remastered limited edition of this down-tempo disco heaven from one-hit wonders Byron. Originally released in 1985 on the Italian label Golden Sound, 'Too Much' is a must for any discerning Balearic record bag. A side contains the original vocal version and on the B side there is the original instrumental plus the warmest Remix version previously available only on the rarest Byron Album from 1985.
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Europa
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Europa (12")
Cat: MALKATUTI 0014. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Europa (12" version) (8:22)
  2. Europa (Timothy J Fairplay remix) (7:53)
Review: Malka Tuti was founded by Asaf Samuel and Katzele, two of the founders of Tel-Aviv's 84% Creativity collective. Refusing to adhere to any official musical culture or heritage, they have a certain freedom in creating a mix of their influences over the years. Therefore, they decided to bring forward their ideas and tastes. "Europa" is the first single from Tapan's (aka Nebojsa Bogdanovic and Goran Simonoski) forthcoming LP and follows up great releases on Crimes Of The Future and W.T. It is a moody and tunnelling epic fuelled by exotic drums, Middle Eastern horns and cosmic synths that build to a thrilling climax. The track was recorded during long jam sessions in Belgrade, at a time when the city 'became the purgatorial destination for a large number of migrants'. This record reflects on a time when a real uncertainty descended on the Serbian capital.
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Campfire EP
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Cat: SOMA 497. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Perfumes Of A Spring Mist (5:52)
  2. Xpan (7:17)
  3. Campfire (11:39)
Played by: Cosmic Monkey, Kessell
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Disco Baby
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Disco Baby (7" + poster) (1 per customer)
Cat: MEL 006. Rel: 31 Jul 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Disco Baby (3:06)
  2. Disco Baby (Floating Points & Red Greg edit) (3:55)
Review: If online chatter is to be believed, this tasty 7" from Floating Points' Melodies label is one of the most keenly anticipated disco releases of the year. For starters, the A-side boasts an obscure (but in demand) solo production from Manhattan Transfer keyboardist Yaron Gershovsky. "Disco Baby" is a prime chunk of jaunty, jazz-funk influenced disco-funk, the keyboardist's own jammed-out riffs and solos taking pride of place in the mix alongside punchy horns and a lolloping groove. Arguably even better, though, is Floating Points and Red Greg's flipside re-edit, which plays around with the original version's all-too-short drum break before letting the synths, keys and horns really sparkle.
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45
Touch Me Again
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Cat: GSC 4513. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Soul Liberation - "Touch Me Again" (Deep Soul edit) (4:31)
  2. Yasuko Agawa - "LA Nights" (Kadena instrumental edit) (3:53)
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Soopastole Edits Vol 2
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Soopastole Edits Vol 2 (hand-numbered clear vinyl 7" limited to 250 copies)
Cat: SSR 202. Rel: 23 Oct 17
Funk
  1. Kool & The Gang & Gene Redd - "Give It Up" (DJ Soopasoul edit) (4:04)
  2. Aretha Franklin - "Rock Steady" (DJ Soopasoul edit) (3:29)
Review: Jalapeno jive maestro Soupasoul has been a busy funkateer this year. Not least with this impeccable edit series. Subtly resculpting funk standards and forgotten classics with full emphasis on the breaks they blessed us with, every single "45 has been a dancefloor riot... Not least this jam hot take on "Give It Up" and "Rock Steady". The former is full focus on the tight horn Q&A and those classic jazzy swoons on the chorus while the latter is all about Aretha's gutsy vocals and that killer breakbeat. Only 250 copies pressed... Soop soop!
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Lotta Sea Lice
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Lotta Sea Lice (white vinyl LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: MA 0114LPI. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Indie
  1. Over Everything (6:19)
  2. Let It Go (4:32)
  3. Fear Is Like A Forest (4:47)
  4. Outta The Woodwork (6:20)
  5. Continental Breakfast (4:48)
  6. On Script
  7. Blue Cheese
  8. Peepin' Tom
  9. Untogether
Review: They may not be the most iconic Kurt and Courtney duo in history, but they're a pairing that definitely works well. 'Lotta Sea Lice' meets somewhere in between Kurt Vile's spiritual slacker country & western, and Courtney Barnett's self-effacing indie rock. Vile's Pennsylvanian drawl and Barnett's Aussie spoken-word blend perfectly, seeming as though they're bouncing off each other's natural relaxed coolness. The duo trade verses, lines and even each other's songs, with a cover 'Out Of The Woodwork' from Barnett's 2013 double EP, and Barnett offering a stripped back solo version of Kurt Vile's 'Peeping Tomboy'. Interestingly, they cover each other so well that either party could have written the original. In this way, this collaboration makes so much sense that, hopefully, it won't be limited to one album together.
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Belief System
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Belief System (gatefold 4xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HTH 076. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Bass
  1. Chrysalis (4:23)
  2. Adel Crag Microdot (4:28)
  3. Catacombs (5:17)
  4. Tiresias (4:33)
  5. Sanctuary (4:30)
  6. Change (4:47)
  7. Curtain Twitcher (5:30)
  8. Scrambled In LS1 (5:18)
  9. Make It Real (6:04)
  10. Brainstorm (6:09)
  11. Leviathan (5:54)
  12. Replicant (Nexus 7 VIP) (5:00)
  13. Cheyne Stoking (0:58)
  14. Light In The Darkest Hour (6:38)
Review: Paul Woolford's second album under the Special Request alias is a very different beast to its predecessor, 2013's Soul Music. While that was little less than a strobe-fired romp through Woolford's early, rave-era influences, Belief System is an altogether more complex and considered affair. Stretched to 23 tracks over two action-packed discs, the album took three years to produce, contains a number of modular hardware explorations, and features elements of tracks recorded by Woolford as far back as 1993. The sheer breadth and depth of the material is, at times, staggering, as the veteran Leeds producer giddily mixes and matches elements of electro, techno, cinematic soundtracks, hardcore, acid, jungle and experimental electronica. In a word: stunning.
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Played by: Maciek Sienkiewicz
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Feels Trip To The District EP
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Cat: BLR 007. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Sweetiez Fresh (5:28)
  2. Thirstin' (5:50)
  3. The Assassinator (5:18)
  4. XDC (5:51)
Review: Sheffield's Thatmanmonkz returns with the Feels Trip To The District EP, where he teams up with his good pal Martin Miguel. The record is inspired by several trips to dope parties in the District of Columbia, home of the quickly rising label Better Listen Records. Starting off with the the lo-slung disco deepness of "Sweetiez Fresh", it's a dusty and looped up jam that will appeal to fans of the Robsoul sound. On the flip, things take a well funkier and more soulful turn with that familiar vocal on "The Assassinator" and finally things end on a groovy and sun kissed note with the slo-mo/hip-hop inspired boogie of "XDC". Real name Scott Moncrieff, he's appeared previously on a who's who of labels such as Delusions Of Grandeur, Kolour LTD and Classic in recent times.
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Black Focus
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Cat: BWOOD 0157LP. Rel: 07 Nov 16
Jazz
  1. Black Focus (4:29)
  2. Strings Of Light (8:31)
  3. Remembrance (8:56)
  4. Yo Chavez (3:59)
  5. Ayla (0:45)
  6. OG (0:47)
  7. Lowrider (4:26)
  8. Mansur's Message (2:08)
  9. Wing Tai Drums (1:18)
  10. Joint 17 (8:10)
Review: Brownswood Recordings has high hopes for this debut album from the previously unheralded Yussef Kamaal, which brings together hyped producer Kamaal Williams (AKA Henry Wu) and fast-rising Afrobeat drummer Yussef Dayes. With such talent to draw on, you'd expect Black Focus to be rather good. Happily, it is, with the duo delivering a typically London-centric take on jazz funk. That means that they take as much inspiration from the work of Kaidi Tatham as, say, Herbie Hancock. The key to the album's success - and, yes, it is generally as special as Gilles Peterson suggests - is the fluid combination of Dayes' brilliant drumming and Williams' superb synth solos and effortlessly groovy Rhodes playing.
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