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Tornado Brain (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: SED 009. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Tornado Brain (Villalobos Inretro Baby remix) (13:11)
  2. Tornado Brain (Villalobos Hastenix Und Obenix remix) (13:47)
Played by: TIJN
 in stock $11.91
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Time For A Change (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: ATH 055. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Time For A Change (3:25)
  2. Time For A Change (Hot mix) (3:24)
Review: In the sales notes accompanying this latest slice of 7" gold from Athens of the North, boss man Euan Fryer admits that he spent a good "four or five years" trying to locate an original copy of "Time For Change" before finally tracking down original singer Benita. She was more than happy for him to reissue the record, which is one of the most inspired and well-made disco-soul records you're ever likely to hear (how it remained a lost classic, we'll never know). Benita's lyrics and vocals are superb, the horns are punchy, and the B-side "Hot Mix" contains one of the best slap-bass solos you'll ever hear. In a word: essential.
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 in stock $11.07
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Cat: SALBMG 11. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Hit It N Quit It (Cratebug & Jamie 3:26 edit remix) (7:33)
Review: Chicago stalwarts Cratebug and Jamie 3:26 were relatively little-known when they joined forces to create this killer rework of Loleatta Holloway's Salsoul classic "Hit 'N' Run" way back in 2011. The interpretation, which laces choice passages of Holloway's impassioned vocal over a loopy and driving house groove reminiscent of Paperclip People's "Throw", first appeared on vinyl as part of Lumberjacks In Hell's now impossible-to-find Chicago Service compilation four years ago. Happily, Salsoul has decided to reissue it on this must-have, single-sided 12". It's more of a remix than a re-edit, and is guaranteed to get things going at peak-time. Basically, it's a banger, and you need it in your box.
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 in stock $9.70
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Cat: APP 06. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Open Door (11:32)
  2. 00000000 (18:45)
Review: Over the last two decades, few minimal house producers have amassed quite as impressive a body of work as Losoul, AKA German veteran Peter Kremeier. His vast discography contains all manner of hypnotic, locked-in classics, not least the trippy and funk-fuelled "Open Door". It was the producer's debut single way back in 1996 (the first of many on legendary imprint Playhouse) and still sounds suitably current all these years on. This reissue replicates the original track list, pairing the tough, loop-propelled disco-house/techno fusion of "Open Door" with the wonkier "00000000", a typically hypnotic and spaced-out affair in which Kremeier contrasts Clavinet and flute style loops with dubbed-out synth hits and a deliciously sparse-but-heavy groove.
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 in stock $9.14
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Funny Girl (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: DYNAM 7003. Rel: 27 Nov 17
Soul
  1. Funny Girl (short version) (3:28)
  2. Dreams (3:26)
Review: Although featured on James Mason's lauded - and recently reissued - 1977 album Rhythm of Life, "Funny Girl" is nowhere near as celebrated as some of the other cuts on that set ("Sweet Power Your Embrace", in particular). Happily, Dynamite Cuts has decided to put it centre stage for the first time, sticking it out on a desirable 7" single. Featuring the super-sweet vocals of Clarice Taylor, the song perfectly encapsulates Mason's loose and musically rich fusion of soul and jazz-funk. Also impressive is flipside "Dreams", a slightly looser and jazzier cut - again, with Taylor on vocal duties - that originally closed out the Rhythm Of Life LP.
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 in stock $8.59
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Time To Tell (reissue) (gatefold clear vinyl LP + 16 page booklet)
Cat: CTITTTLP 2017. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Time To Tell (19:31)
  2. Ritual Awakening (11:01)
  3. The Secret Touch (7:59)
Played by: Noise In My Head
 in stock $19.93
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Labour Of Love EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HOMAGE 002. Rel: 27 Nov 17
Funky/Club House
  1. See You When I Git My Heart Broken
  2. Please Don’t
  3. Tres Racas
  4. Big Man
Review: The second release on Homage comes from Chevals, and once again the vibe is quintessential deep house infused with more than a little soul stew. "See You When I Git My Heart Broken" has funk licks aplenty to keep the party popping, while "Please Don't" sees that as some kind of challenge to up the ante with even more sassy samples and sizzling strings. "Tres Racas" finds the Chevals getting a little more choppy in the drum department, and then "Big Man" finishes the EP off with a raucous African atmosphere to set the club alight.
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Cat: AFS 034. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Burnin' Beat (It's Hot) (11:00)
  2. Searchin' (10:21)
Review: It would be fair to say that the Afro Synth label has dug deep for this latest reissue. Little is known about Burnin Beat, an obscure South African disco outfit who released their sole 12", It's Hot, on RPM way back in 1979. They're a great example of an outfit that, for whatever reason, fell through the cracks. The title track, a lolloping, 11-minute disco workout rich in fluid synth lines, rubbery slap bass, sparring instrument solos and the powerful vocals of Olive Masigna, is something of a long-lost gem. Original flipside "Searchin" is almost as good, with Masigna adding a touching vocal to a backing track that pushes the band's favourite Moog synthesizer to the fore.
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 in stock $14.13
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Cat: STILOVE4MUSIC 047. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Brighter Day (8:41)
  2. Step By Dub (6:17)
  3. Demon (8:38)
 in stock $8.85
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Sweet Power Collection (double 7") (1 per customer)
Cat: DYNAM 7001/DYNAM7002. Rel: 23 Oct 17
Funk
  1. Sweet Power Your Embrace (4:02)
  2. Free (3:46)
  3. I've Got My Eyes On You (3:40)
  4. Slick City (3:02)
Review: Released 40 years ago in 1977 ''Rhythm Of Life '' by James Mason was possibly one of the greatest vocal Jazz fusion releases of all time . New vinyl imprint Dynamite releases a quality limited edition double pack release showcasing the highlights from that album plus some additional rare versions of the tracks. The version of 'Sweet Power Your Embrace'' is taken from the incredibly rare 7 inch promo only issue. On the flipside is a different version of the club floor dancer ''Free'' which features a heavy bongo workout . The 45 second slab on this package features two tracks featuring the vocals from Clarice Taylor on ' I've Got My Eyes On You'' and the superb 'Slick City' which were both never commercially released as a 45 before.
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 in stock $16.34
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Cat: ED 021. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Don't Care (7:06)
  2. Raw Data (6:48)
  3. I Can Be You (6:47)
  4. You Can't Play That (6:22)
Review: Guillermo Gonzalez aka Hotmood is a funk/disco producer from Mexico. Recently on fire with a string of releases for the labels Star Creature, Whiskey Disco and Tugboat Edits, Hotmood shows no sign of letting up with four more disco edits for the London based Editorial label. "Don't Care" is a certain sought after classic from 1979 which has previously been a favourite of Joey Negro. On the flip, there's one that will really appeal to those in the know on the saucy and electric boogie-down jam "I Can Be You" that sampled the same hook as a certain J.B. Boogie hit from a little while back. Finally he offers up a right lo-slung gem in the form of "You Can't Play That". This slo-mo jam is so funky and looped to perfection. A bunch of respectful edits for those that know their disco history and for serious DJ use only!
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Coffee Cold (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: FMG 10. Rel: 23 Oct 17
Funk
  1. Coffee Cold (3:25)
  2. Space (1:53)
Review: While Canadian composer/producer Galt MacDermot will always be most famous for composing the score to legendary musical "Hair", he was also responsible for some killer jazz, soul and funk records in his time, too. Take "Coffee Cold", for example. Originally tucked away on his obscure 1966 jazz-funk LP, Shapes of Rhythm, the track sees him adding fluid jazz-piano solos to a chunky breakbeat-driven instrumental workout. On the flip you'll find "Space", a jaunty - if strangely mixed - fusion of lolloping but crispy drum breaks and jousting Harpsichord and piano solos. The track is arguably best known for being sampled on Busta Rhymes's "Woo-Hah", though before that it featured on MacDermot's 1969 soundtrack album, Woman is Sweeter.
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 in stock $13.57
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Cat: INFUSE 022. Rel: 13 Nov 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Gradual Steps (7:31)
  2. Mind Traps (7:44)
  3. Enhance (7:15)
Review: Having built his reputation via a regular series of self-released 12" singles, East End Dubs is now beginning to make guest appearances on selected labels. Here he pops up on the long established, vinyl-only INFUSE imprint with a trio of club-ready concoctions. On the A-side you'll find "Gradual Steps", a rolling and attractive fusion of bouncy deep house drums, spacey, Motor City chord, thickset bass and glitchy tech-house flourishes. As usual, there's a wonderful swing to his drums and the stretched-out chords are hazy and evocative. You'll find more of these sumptuous pads and chord progressions on similarly-minded flipside cut "Mind Traps", while closer "Enhance" is another deep house/tech-house hybrid blessed with a notably epic breakdown.
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Super Tuff 002 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ST 002. Rel: 27 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Luvless - "Vary In Colour"
  2. Long Island Sound - "I Chose You Because"
  3. Tommy Vicari Jnr - "Pacific Stri"
  4. Mara Lakour - "Akoa" (Tribal edit)
Review: Super Tuff brings the feel-good house hit to keep you warm this Autumn, drawing on a range of artists who know how to lay down steadfast club tackle. Luvless bring an unabashed 90s flavour, all sweet piano chords and stiff drum machine rhythms, while Long Island Sound take things deeper with the dreamy "I Chose You Because". Tommy Vicari Jnr spices things up with "Pacific Stri", firing off a wealth of African percussion while keeping a firm grip on the melodic warmth inherent on the rest of the record. Mara Lakour round the EP out with the classic, tracky tones of "Akoa".
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 in stock $8.85
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Beggar Groove (hand-numbered 12" limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: ICP 289. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Beggar Groove (9:34)
  2. Ain't Nothing But A Groove (9:53)
Review: LTJ Experience has always been at his best when working at a slower tempo. He's particularly good at crafting slow-burning, sample-based groove epics that rely on hard-worked loops and subtle changes. Happily, that's exactly what he's delivered here. On the A-side you'll find "Beggar Groove", a wonderfully bass-heavy affair that peppers a languid, bongo-laden groove with swamp funk style harmonica and whispered vocal samples. He's back in head-nodding disco territory on the flip, serving up a low-slung groover that subtly doffs a cap to The Revenge's Instruments of Rapture-era output. In other words, he's back to his best.
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 in stock $15.79
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Cat: ANIARA 020. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Groove Ett (6:39)
  2. Tape 7 (6:22)
  3. Fathomless Music (7:44)
Review: Fresh from outings on Brotherhood Sound System and Bror Records, Genius of Time member Nils Krogh once again dons the Arkajo alias for a third outing on Aniara. He begins with a touch of fluid, late night dancefloor science, where loose hand percussion hits, sampled spoken word vocals and simple, cyclical riffs ride a bouncy groove rich in thickset acid bass. Krogh then delivers something altogether deeper and dreamier - all glassy-eyed chords, echoing vocal samples and unfussy percussion - before stretching a dark, tribal-influenced deep house roller across the entire B-side. While all three tracks are impressive, this is probably our pick of a very good bunch.
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 in stock $10.25
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Club Flamingo (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HONEY 001. Rel: 13 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Swales - "Pushin' Away"
  2. Ari Bald - "Hot 2 Cold"
  3. Sable Blanc - "Musique D'Ascenseur"
  4. Eben Rees - "Dirty Dishes"
Review: Honey Butter launches in a flurry of feel good deep house from lesser known producers with a keen ear for straight up groovers. Swales kicks the record off with the melancholic tones of "Pushin' Away", while Ari Bald sidles in with the wistful sample chops of "Hot 2 Cold". Sabie Blanc takes things to even dreamier heights on the B-side with the harp-embellished romanticism of "Musique D'Ascenseur", and then Eben Rees finishes the party off with some seriously funky licks on "Dirty Dishes". All in all, it's a formidable salvo of likeminded deep house jams that should work its way into the bags of all manner of soulfully-minded spinners.
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 in stock $9.41
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Secrets EP (12")
Cat: BLRBLK 001. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Secrets (6:31)
  2. Tchin Tchin (6:20)
  3. Swang It (5:57)
  4. Chief (5:56)
Review: This vinyl disco/house imprint based in the District of Columbia (USA) bring in French rising star Closed Paradise to inaugurate their new Black Label series. Closed Paradise is an established and well respected producer whose vibe is centered on a solid groove and seamlessly slips between, house, deep disco, soul, lounge and boogie. With releases on labels as diverse as Kolour, Whiskey Disco and Masterworks, he's having a great run. This follows up a nice release on his eponymous imprint that displayed his knack for deeper-tinged sounds - as heard on the sultry and balmy opener "Secrets". A nod to previous disco styled edits on the soul/funk tip can be heard on "Tchin Tchin". On the flip, there's a very Kenny Dixon Jr. influenced vibe on the wicked "Swang It" and he saves the best for last on the emotive and life affirming groove of "Chief" - now that there is real proper deep stuff indeed!
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Cat: IFEEL 068. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Cascades (Francois K mix) (9:46)
  2. Theme From Nowhere (6:17)
Played by: Cedric Woo
 in stock $10.80
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VARIOUS
Homesick #6 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HMSK 006. Rel: 27 Nov 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Apocalypse Now (edit)
  2. African Temperament (SSR edit)
  3. Summer Madness (SSR edit 4YR)
  4. Gik Gwong Zung (MH edit)
Review: Helmed by a crew of ex-pats in Hong Kong craving the musical stimulation of their birthplaces, Homesick is a celebration of the nostalgia and passion at the root of all musical experience, as channeled through seriously on-point disco edits. After choice turns from General Ludd, Marquis Hawkes and others, this various artists 12" brings back former guests in an implied fashion for more of that worldly, adventurous boogie business. "Apocalypse Now" simmers with unresolved tension, tart drums and gnarled synth lines, while "African Temperament" lets the percussion tumble in a cavernous space. "Summer Madness" is a simmering, drum led version of KC Flightt's classic, and then "Gik Gwong Zung" pings the record off into cosmic synth disco territory for a perfect finishing move.
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Cat: AMBIANCE 001. Rel: 20 Nov 17
International
  1. Mama Africa (7:18)
  2. In The World (previously unreleased) (3:42)
  3. Pointe Noire (5:38)
  4. Sangi (unreleased demo mix) (5:32)
Review: When Congolese musician Albert Siassia moved to Paris in the early 1980s, it wasn't long before he joined forces with a local reggae band that he re-christened Tokobina ("Let's Dance" in the Lingala language, fact fans). Together, they released a handful of inspired but now notoriously hard-to-find records, from which two of the tracks here are taken. There's "Mama Africa", an unashamedly positive dancefloor workout full of glistening, South African style guitars, dub disco grooves, bustling, rumba-influenced percussion and Siassia's headline-grabbing vocals, and "Pointe Noire", a superb chunk of new wave/Afro-disco fusion that's arguably even better than the EP's title track. The other two tracks have never before seen the light of day on any format, having been rescued from long forgotten demo cassettes. Of these, it's the Congolese reggae sweetness of "Sangi (Demo Mix)" that hits home hardest.A killer first release from a new label brought to you by one of the Sofrito Crew Hugo Mendes
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 in stock $10.80
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Parribean Disco (limited 180 gram vinyl 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: HS 170VL. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Paribbean Disco (8:07)
  2. The Hustle Parisian (8:54)
 in stock $18.01
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Double House & Triple Garage EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PFTV 011. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Down In Brooklyn
  2. Both Sides Buttered
  3. 88 Keys
  4. I Live For The Love You Give
Review: Rhythm Plate vet Matt Hunt is back with his Goshawk alias and the snappily titled Double House & Triple Garage EP, kicking off with the warm and steady grooving deep house of "Down In Brooklyn". "Both Sides Buttered" is a cheekier affair that flirts with splashes of sassy organ chords and finger clicks to die for, but things get serious once more with the soul-drenched "88 Keys", which features an undisclosed number of melodic piano and Rhodes parts twirling in bluesy harmony. "I Live For The Love You Give" finishes the EP off with a sharp jack in its step and a heartfelt vocal lift to drill some raw emotion into your no-nonsense heads-down house session.
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 in stock $8.85
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Cat: SSR 204. Rel: 13 Nov 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Labi Siffre - "I Got The" (4:26)
  2. Banbarra - "Shack Up" (3:27)
 in stock $11.07
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Archive Trax Vol 1 (limited 180 gram transparent blue vinyl 12" repress)
Cat: MOSAIC 020A . Rel: 06 Nov 17
Techno
  1. Mark Ambrose - "Greetings From Madam Dominique" (extended mix) (11:16)
  2. Kumquat Kids - "Flip The Switch" (Wise Caucasian long dub) (6:59)
  3. Steve O'Sullivan - "Breezer Dub" (remastered) (6:34)
Review:  REPRESS ALERT: The first in a series of special 12's to mark the 20th anniversary of the labels inception sees much sought after tracks from Mark Ambrose , Kumquat Kids and Steve O'Sullivan reissued in remastered and edited versions. Deep minimal rollers for those that know.
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 in stock $8.85
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Oye Edits (12")
Cat: RNT 031. Rel: 13 Nov 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. The Flow (5:42)
  2. SPF (4:59)
  3. Music Is Love (8:02)
Review: On their latest 12", the Razor 'N' Tape crew has looked to Berlin, rather than Brooklyn, for inspiration. As the title suggests, the man at the controls this time round is Oye Records founder Markus "Delfonic" Lindner. He hits the ground running with "The Flow", a deliciously loved-up interpretation of one of the sweetest, baggiest and dewy-eyed disco-soul tunes around. While undeniably floor-friendly, there's no attempt made to beef up the track unnecessarily, with Lindner's addition percussion tending towards the subtle and reverential. Those hankering after something a little sweatier should check the disco-funk hustle of "SPF" (which comes complete with some seriously spacey synth solos) and Lindner's excellent rearrangement of a lesser-known cover of O'Jays classic "I Love Music".
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Rhythm 1 (12")
Cat: POWERHOUSE 909. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Techno
  1. Rhythm 1 (5:51)
  2. The Healer (6:59)
  3. Rhythm 2 (Power Snap mix) (6:23)
  4. Rhythm 2 (Tripple H mix) (4:24)
Review: Too long had passed since the last Power House killah, so these four new bangers from WK7 aka Shed couldn't be more welcome on our charts. As per usual, the techno luminary chugs out some proper old-school vibes under this slamming guise and, unsurprisingly, they're as mean and tooled-up as ever. "Rhythm 1" is classic WK7 on a breakbeat tip, molding euphoric rave waves together with fat, driving beats for the dancehall; "The Healer" is a much deeper, funkier groove powered by rough flanger FX and Shed's magical groove tactics. On the flip, "Rhythm 2 (Power Snap Mix)" is a subtle edit of the A1, boasting yet more percussive glory, while the Tripple H mix delivers a fine jungle rework of the original - crunchy breaks all-round!
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 in stock $9.70
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Recompiled II/II (2xLP + booklet)
Cat: ATONLP 03. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Techno
  1. Ember (Field) (2:15)
  2. Receptable (4:16)
  3. Isotape (5:00)
  4. Balance Of Power (Substance) (4:16)
  5. Immolare (version) (6:34)
  6. Montage (edit) (6:47)
  7. Incidental (1:43)
  8. Shift F1 (3:55)
  9. Variance II (7:08)
  10. F1 (5:14)
  11. Descending (edit) (3:58)
  12. Burn (7:09)
  13. Variance I (Reduced) (5:31)
 in stock $24.65
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Tell Me That You Love Me (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: TR 715. Rel: 13 Nov 17
Soul
  1. Jonny Benavidez & Cold Diamond & Mink - "Tell Me That You Love Me" (3:42)
  2. Cold Diamond & Mink - "Tell Me That You Love Me" (instrumental) (3:44)
Review: Coming through on Timmion's offshoot Stylart Records, Jonny Benavidez Cold Diamond and Mink have exactly what it takes to soothe those winter blues with a little bit of their own bluesy spirit. To be exact, this is pure-class soul music from the deepest part of their hearts, but there is a strong element of melancholia at its core, and that's what gives "Tell Me That You Love Me" its sparkle and mystique. Mink's voice is like velvet on this beautiful recording, and even the instrumental sounds like the sort of gem that everyone from Floating Points to Theo Parrish could dig. New music, too!
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 in stock $6.93
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Cat: C 002. Rel: 27 Nov 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Head Rejection
  2. Witzelsutch
  3. Creepy PC
  4. Head Rejection (Boot & Tax remix)
Review: After kicking off with a strong various artists release, Mexican label Calypso Records returns to showcase the talents of Argentine producer Thomass Jackson, who has previously been spotted on Gomma amongst other labels. "Head Rejection" takes on a ghoulish 1970s vibe that sports a little schlocky horror and a little spaghetti western in its discoid grooves, while "Witzelsutch" feels equally vintage but with a more cosmic lilt to its oddball tones. "Creepy PC" gets more of that noirish goodness lurking around the mix, and then Boot & Tax come on board to remix "Head Rejection" with a heads-down tribal patter that keeps the atmosphere of the original intact.
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 in stock $9.41
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Cat: TDISCO 001. Rel: 06 Nov 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Sartorial - "Gimmie That" (6:20)
  2. Simon Kennedy - "One Number" (7:00)
  3. Sartorial - "Sound Of The Disco" (6:55)
  4. Sartorial - "Brick Work Jazz" (7:14)
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XVI
Cat: HP 001. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. In The Groove (6:56)
  2. Passage Of Time (7:09)
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Cat: PF 009. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Techno
  1. Sunrise On The 2nd Moon (6:25)
  2. Horizons Forgotten (6:03)
  3. Inside Above (5:52)
  4. Sunset On The 2nd Moon (6:50)
Review: Originally released in 1993, we're elated to see this re-issue of the Dan Curtin classic on seminal UK imprint Peacefrog. The only release ever that the Cleveland native released under the Apogee moniker, the four tracks on offer are representative of a golden era in Midwest American dance music - with Curtin's trademark touch throughout. From the epically funked-up acid odyssey "Sunrise On The 2nd Moon" to the emotive rave-breaks driven techno-soul of "Horizons Forgotten" on the A side: these two are certainly up there with anthems like Laurent Garnier "Acid Eiffel" or "The Dance" by Derrick May. Similarly on the flip, "Inside Above" sees the second wave icon channel the spirit of first wave innovators of Detroit. With its finely tuned and syncopated rhythm arrangements backed by evocative strings passages and the furious squall of that notorious little Roland box.
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Cat: LRTGNL 1. Rel: 27 Nov 17
Techno
  1. TGNTL (Alessandro Adriani remix) (6:38)
  2. Track 2 (8:20)
Review: Mannequin Records head honcho Alessandro Adriani hands in a killer remix of Lata Ramasar's "The Greatest Name That Lives". The original was released in 1980. A Hindustani singer and songwriter from Trinidad and Tobago, little is known of Ramasar but it is believed to be one of 40 records that her father Kissoon recorded in the family's living room. B side cut "Hiway Xpress" is tribal trance exotica!
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Legendary Freaks In The Trash Of Time (2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: CWCS 009LP. Rel: 13 Nov 17
Techno
  1. My Life In A Bush Of Spaceweed (6:45)
  2. Its Midnite & You Are Lost (5:32)
  3. North Sea Wisdom (2:40)
  4. Axumesia V S612 (4:52)
  5. Trips In Polarius (5:33)
  6. Revenge Of The Nerds (3:55)
  7. Whatever Happened To Surf House (5:00)
  8. Computerized Paradise (4:47)
  9. New Stories (4:38)
  10. Beyond The Mind Of Man (5:21)
  11. Legendary Freaks (5:13)
  12. La Guerre Aux Reves (4:34)
Review: Given his infamously high work rate, it's surprising to find that Legendary Freaks in the Trash of Time is Danny Wolfers first solo album as Legowelt for the best part of three years. Less surprising is the high quality threshold maintained throughout. The 12 tracks naturally touch on many of his usual musical themes, joining the dots between chiming and spacey analogue house, ragged basement-friendly workouts, vintage Detroit futurism, bustling electro, breakbeat-fuelled rave revivalism, deep acid bubblers, crystalline electronica and humid ambient fare. He also doffs a cap to the Orb (opener "My Life in a Bush of Spaceweed" doffs a cap to epic 1992 single "Blue Room") and Autechre's deeper early moments (superb closer "La Guerre Aux Reves"). All of Wolfers albums tend to be of a decent standard, but this one sounds a cut above many of its predecessors.
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Played by: Rogér, Oli Furness, EOD
 in stock $22.15
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Metaphor To The Floor EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HEIST 028. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Affirmation (7:21)
  2. Aglio E Olio (5:56)
  3. Aglio E Olio (Laurence Guy remix) (7:30)
  4. Big Plate Chicken (5:43)
Review: Alistair Gibbs takes time out from churning out dancefloor gold on his Friends & Relations imprint to make a welcome return to Heist Recordings. Predictably, he's in fine fettle throughout. Opener "Affirmation" is an almost overwhelmingly positive chunk of loose and baggy disco house that's similar in feel - if not sound - to Tom Trago classic "Use Me Again". "Agilo E Olio", on the other hand, is a much more driving and low-slung affair, with key wickedly rubbery bass, cowbell-heavy percussion and fuzzy Clavinet lines providing heaps of dancefloor energy. Laurence Guy gives that track a warm, woozy and dreamy deep house makeover, before Nebraska rounds things off via the jaunty dub-house-meets-Maurice Fulton brilliance of EP standout "Big Plate Chicken".
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 in stock $10.80
40
Andy SMITH/VARIOUS
BBE
Cat: BBE 386CLP. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Funk
  1. Don Laka - "I Wanna Be Myself" (5:47)
  2. Freedom - "Get Up & Dance" (3:35)
  3. Advance - "Take Me To The Top" (6:19)
  4. Jimmy Ross - "First True Love Affair" (Andy Smith & Nick Halkes Reach Up re-edit) (6:37)
  5. Sure Thing - "Holding You Tight" (extended DJ mix) (5:43)
  6. Joanne Wilson - "Got To Have You" (Whiskey Barons re-edit) (6:15)
  7. Neddy Smith - "Give It Up" (5:10)
  8. T Connection - "Groove To Get Down" (4:10)
  9. Jimmy Young - "Times Are Tight" (7:12)
  10. World Premiere - "Share The Night" (7:17)
  11. Jimmy Bo Horne - "Is It In" (5:23)
  12. Tamiko Jones - "Let It Flow" (6:51)
  13. Cloud 1 - "Patty Duke" (5:23)
  14. Shot - "Main Thing" (feat Kim Marsh) (5:45)
  15. Disco Dub Band - "For The Love Of Money" (4:10)
Review: In recent times, crate-digging hero Andy Smith has turned his attention to the world of disco and boogie, showcasing the depth of his collection as part of the Reach Up collective. It seems fitting, then, that his latest compilation - a triple-vinyl epic - should explore the disco and electrofunk gems lurking in his vast vault of records. There are a few well-known gems (Disco Dub Band, World Premiere, Freedom and Sure Thing's modern electrofunk anthem "Holding Me Tight", for starters), but far more overlooked or slept-on gems (Advance's boogie killer "Take Me To The Top" and Jimmy Bo Horne's "Is It In" being great examples). The collection also boasts a couple of tasty re-edits, including an unheard one by Smith and pal Nick Halkes of Jimmy Ross's Paradise Garage anthem "First True Love Affair".
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 in stock $22.15
41
Encoding The Future (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: SHIP 053. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Electro
  1. Beyond Existence (2:02)
  2. Outside Me (5:29)
  3. Beauty Of Collapse (4:46)
  4. Journey Through The Universe (4:32)
  5. Escape To The Brave New World (5:01)
Review: Storied French producer Umwelt has been a busy boy over the last two decades, releasing enough material to fill several fine retrospective sets should the opportunity arise. Here, he returns to Shipwrec following a three-year absence, once again filling a 12" with raw, moody and introspective electronic jams. Interestingly, the majority of the tracks tends towards the dark, otherworldly and downtempo, with only the spacey bounce of symphonic electro shuffler "Journey to the Universe" and similarly inclined "Escape to the Brave New World" taking a positive and melodious approach. That's not meant as a criticism, though, as you'll find few moodier or more clandestine cuts than the brilliant "Beyond Existence" and thrillingly psychedelic "Outside Me".
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42
Cat: MXMRK 2010. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Boogie Land (Mr K Tribute To Larryl edit) (8:18)
  2. Lady, Lady, Lady (Mr K instrumental edit) (6:35)
Review: Supreme edits from the one and only Mr K: "Boogie Land" explores the insane p-funk gold of Ike Strong with full emphasis on the obese walking bassline, gutsy backing vocals and layered riffs, all extended with hypnotic glory. "Lady, Lady, Lady" is a dramatic rearrangement of the instrumental version of Boogie Man Orchestra where the pianos and strings are placed centre stage and squeezed for every ounce of drama and disco theatre. Insanely good.
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 in stock $11.07
43
Real Thing (7" limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: CBLL 014. Rel: 27 Nov 17
Funk
  1. Real Thing (part 1) (3:42)
  2. Real Thing (part 2) (2:54)
Review: Willie's second appearance this year on the ever-reliable Cannonball imprint, "Real Thing" was recorded around the mid to late 70s and acts as a pumping riposte to the overwhelming disco phenomenon that was wiping out every other genre and style at the time. Flexing extensively over two parts, there's a conceptual take on the recording as Willie staged it like a live club recording (complete with call outs to non-existing members of audience) as the troupe get busy with the disco funk hybrid in Willie's energetic, direct way. With art from Willie's daughter and fully comprehensive liner notes, once again this is another awesome excavation from Cannonball.
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 in stock $23.82
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Cat: HF 001. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Make, Make, You Lose, You Lose (Cosmic mix) (3:53)
  2. Kachi Kachi (unreleased funky mix) (4:31)
 in stock $8.85
45
ENDZ 018 (limited splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 018. Rel: 27 Nov 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Effected (10:09)
  2. Sunset Soul (10:35)
Review: Given his impressive track record and rising star status, it was probably only a matter of time before Cosmin Nastasa AKA Cosmjn popped up on East Enderz. This time round, the Romanian producer seems to be in a particularly positive mood. Certainly, A-side "Effected" - a jaunty affair built around a bold, attention-grabbing bassline, punchy drums and drowsy, sun-kissed synthesizer chords - is amongst the cheeriest tracks he's released to date. On the flip, "Sunset Soul" is a little closer to his trademark tech-house fare, with spacey pads and fizzing electronics wrapping themselves around a pleasingly rubbery groove.
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Played by: TIJN
 in stock $16.90
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Chump Change (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: FG 8001. Rel: 13 Nov 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Chump Change (2:38)
  2. Win With Love (3:02)
Review: Although nowhere near as celebrated as some of her contemporaries, Odia Coates was one of the finest vocalists of the disco era. Over a short career, she released two albums and a swathe of singles on labels such as Epic, United Artists and Buddah Records. Family Groove Records has scored something of a coup by uncovering a wealth of unreleased material, most of which will be showcased on a forthcoming album. First, though, there's this teaser single, which boasts a mighty slab of punchy disco-soul. "Chump Change", which boasts slick production, killer horns and classic disco instrumentation, is a fine song about life on the breadline (a theme frequently explored during the period). It's rather surprising that it wasn't released first time around, to be honest, but fair play to Family Groove for making it available now.
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Cat: FKR 100LP. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Soundtracks
  1. Les Chemins De Katmandou (opening titles) (3:15)
  2. The Pleasure Pit (1:37)
  3. Colin-Maillard (4:20)
  4. Le Roi Des Phlebotomes (1:10)
  5. Flower Child (0:41)
  6. Cache Cache (2:03)
  7. Opium Den (2:33)
  8. Overdose (1:19)
  9. Oliver (1:30)
  10. Fallen Rainbow (1:11)
  11. Colin-Maillard (vocal version) (3:27)
  12. Les Chemins De Katmandou (3:52)
 in stock $21.33
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Expresso (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RGEAR 002. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Expresso (Yam Who? rework)
  2. Expresso
  3. No Big Thing (Bottin remix)
  4. No Big Thing
Review: Perpetually locked into a disco groove, Pete Herbert has already impressed this year with the splendour of his releases on Nang alongside Martin Denev, but on this new 12" for Riot Gear he's stepping out on his own. The record actually leads in with the plush, romantic throb of the Yam Who? remix of "Expresso" before the original takes over with a more peppy, borderline hi-nrg approach. On the B side Bottin gets to take "No Big Thing" to task with a version rich in electro funk synthlines, while the original sports some piano house chops and enough sizzling dancefloor energy to ignite a ruckus in a retirement home.
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 in stock $8.85
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BF 001 (hand-stamped 12" repress)
Cat: BF 001. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Funky/Club House
  1. Luvwomanboogie (7:05)
  2. It’s Hard To Be A B-Side (7:00)
  3. Some Aul Horn On Me (7:19)
 in stock $10.25
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Lights EP Part 2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HUDD 058. Rel: 06 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Spectral
  2. Well Well Well (More Lights)
  3. See Ya
  4. L & P
Review: Iron Curtis is back on Hudd Traxx with the second installment of his Lights EP. Much like the first round that dropped earlier in the year, the man like Johannes Paluka is on sterling form, dealing in the kind of refined yet earthen, deep but punchy house music he's built his name on to date. "Spectral" is the consummate opener, deft piano chords and rock solid drums with additional dubby FX pulsing through the mix. "Well Well Well" is a sunnier affair aiming for that euphoric terrace moment, while "See Ya" brings a rough swing to the party with a cosy, intimate line in soulful sample licks. "L&P" finishes the EP off with a warm, acidic bassline and more of that deep diving beatdown business.
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 in stock $8.85
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