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Above The Fray
Above The Fray (cassette limited to 200 copies)
Cat: GZ 0124. Rel: 26 Nov 21
  1. UHF (4:25)
  2. Above The Fray (4:55)
  3. Begin Again (4:20)
  4. Evolution (4:40)
  5. Allies (3:32)
  6. City Beach Groove (5:49)
  7. 2071 (4:03)
  8. Get There (3:01)
  9. Levitate From It All (10:21)
  10. I Mean Well (5:03)
 in stock $19.66
Above The Fray
Above The Fray (CD limited to 300 copies)
Cat: GZ 012. Rel: 26 Nov 21
  1. UHF
  2. Above The Fray
  3. Begin Again
  4. Evolution
  5. Allies
  6. City Beach Groove
  7. 2071
  8. Get There
  9. Levitate From It All
  10. I Mean Well
 in stock $23.54
STFU (limited 12")
Cat: GZ 008. Rel: 17 May 21
  1. Rise (2:48)
  2. Make It (4:48)
  3. From A G Perspective (4:30)
  4. Free (8:10)
Review: Summer is Dam-Funk season. The synth funk pioneer's sounds never seem more fitting than when cruising about on an early summer evening, top down (at least in your mind) with the sky turning burnt orange. He soundtracks that moment four more times here with 'Rise' being a more downbeat and pensive vibe, then 'Make It' getting a little more playful on the bump-n-grid beats and squelchy boogie bass. 'From A G Perspective' has low-riding Cali-funk in its bones and 'Free' closes with more lush analogue textures and shimmering chords on this vital, limited 12".
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 in stock $22.15
Invite The Light
Invite The Light (trifold white vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: STH 2358. Rel: 04 Sep 15
  1. Junie's Transmission (feat Junie Morrison) (1:39)
  2. We Continue (4:46)
  3. Somewhere, Someday (5:44)
  4. I'm Just Tryna Survive (In The Big City) (feat Q-Tip) (4:35)
  5. Surveillance Escape (6:15)
  6. Floating On Air (feat Flea & Computer Jay) (7:16)
  7. Howugonfuckaroundandchooseabusta? (5:00)
  8. The Hunt & Murder Of Lucifer (2:29)
  9. It Didn't Have 2 End This Way (3:45)
  10. Missing U (5:20)
  11. Acting (feat Ariel Pink) (2:19)
  12. OBE (8:29)
  13. Glyde 2nyte (feat Leon Sylvers III & Leon Sylvers IV) (5:23)
  14. Just Ease Your Mind From All Negativity (feat Snoop Dogg & Joi Gilliam) (6:46)
  15. Virtuous Progression (feat Jimi James, Jane Jupiter, Nite Jewel, Novena Carmel & Jody Watley) (5:46)
  16. Scatin' (Toward The Light) (2:37)
  17. Junie's Re-Transmission (feat Junie Morrison) (0:21)
  18. I'm Just Tryna Survive (In The Big City) (feat Q-Tip - bonus track) (4:40)
  19. Kaint Let 'Em Change Me (bonus track) (3:56)
  20. The Acceptance (bonus track) (9:20)
Review: Dam-Funk recently took to Twitter to bemoan the disparity between the positive feedback he gets from listeners, and the largely disappointing reviews from music critics. It's certainly odd that critics have been sniffy about Invite The Light, his fourth solo full-length for Stones Throw, because it's arguably his most varied, accessible and attractive album to date. Packed full of proper songs, cheeky dancefloor workouts, and high profile collaborations - pals Q-Tip, Snoop Dogg, Computer Jay, Jody Whatley and Nite Jewel all lend a hand - it's an album that still sounds hugely futuristic, despite Dam-Funk's reliance on vintage synthesizers, drum machines, and '80s soul, funk and boogie influences.
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 in stock $39.87
Toeachizown Vol 2: Fly
Cat: STH 2226. Rel: 14 Dec 12
  1. Flying V Ride
  2. Candy Dancin’ (feat Mark De Clive Lowe - synth)
  3. Burn Straight Thru U
  4. 10 West
  5. I Wanna Know
  6. Rollin'
 in stock $14.40
Toeachizown Vol 3: Life
Cat: STH 2227. Rel: 13 Dec 12
  1. Love Is Here 2nite (I Can Feel It)
  2. Could I Be Losing Another Lover?
  3. Show Me The Way U Feel
  4. One Less Today
  5. I Wanna Thank U (Steppin' Into My Life)
 in stock $14.40
Toeachizown Vol 4: Hood
Cat: STH 2228. Rel: 14 Dec 12
  1. Brookside Park
  2. Kill Dat aka Killdatmuthafu*ka
  3. Hood Pass Intact
  4. Mobbin' Thru Busters
  5. Boogie Slyde
 in stock $14.40
Toeachizown Vol 1: Latrik
Cat: STH 2225. Rel: 14 Dec 12
  1. Toeachizown
  2. Mirrors
  3. My Funk Goes On & On
  4. Latrifying
  5. Let’s Take Off, Far Away!
  6. Tunnels
  7. Searchin' 4 Funk's Future
 in stock $14.40
Adolescent Funk
Cat: STH 2239LP. Rel: 28 Oct 10
  1. Fonky Island Life
  2. It's My Life
  3. The Telephone Call
  4. I Like Your Big Azz (Girl)
  5. Sexy Lady
  6. I Don't Want U
  7. Ucandoitifuwant2
  8. I Love Life
  9. When I'm With U I Think Of Her
  10. Do U Feel Like I Feel?
  11. I Don't Love U
  12. Raindrops
  13. Atitude
  14. I Appreciate My Life
Review: The heart warming sleeve notes that accompany this collection of old Dam Funk tracks from Peanut Butter Wolf demonstrate the levels of trust and belief that run through the label. It becomes apparent that Dam has been making music for as long as anyone can remember and his complete trust in PBW to filter through his weighty archive of material is matched by the Stones Throw boss's sense of giddiness at how exciting it is. The end results features here on Adolescent Funk, where across two slabs of vinyl your senses are treated to fourteen tracks of raw 80s funk. Some of them are somewhat lacking in finesse and subtlety, but the sheer talent and panache for production inherent throughout more than compensates for this, with tracks such as the beatdown brilliance of "The Telephone Call" and proto lo-fi electro of "I Love Life" leaving a lasting impression in particular. Additional words of praise go to the brilliant cover art on another fine release from the Stones Throw crew.
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 in stock $21.60
DJ Kicks
DJ Kicks (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + CD)
Cat: K7 332LP. Rel: 24 May 16
  1. Gaussian Curve - "Broken Clouds" (5:08)
  2. Index - "Starlight" (6:32)
  3. Gemini - "Log In" (5:47)
  4. Randell & Schippers - "Love Jam" (3:49)
  5. Moon B - "Oof" (5:20)
  6. Tony Palkovic - "True To Yourself" (10:42)
  7. Nexus - "Stand Up" (instrumental) (5:51)
  8. Nicci Gable - "Close To Who?" (5:34)
  9. Take Three - "Tonite's The Night (All Right)" (7:22)
  10. Brandon - "Suzy Hijack" (6:37)
  11. Henning - "Arrival/Departure" (4:22)
  12. Dam Funk - "Believer" (7:51)
  13. Moon Moon B - "Oof"
  14. Nicci Gable - "Close To Who?"
  15. Randell & Schippers - "Love Jam"
  16. Verticle Lines - "Theme From Beach Boy"
  17. Brandon - "Suzy Hijack"
  18. Take Three - "Tonite’s The Night (All Right)"
  19. Index - "Starlight"
  20. Uncle Jams Army - "Dial-A-Freak"
  21. Gemini - "Log In"
  22. Nexus - "Stand Up" (instrumental)
  23. Reggie B - "Poison Candy"
  24. L33 - "Keepin It Tight"
  25. Gaussian Curve - "Broken Clouds"
  26. Tony Palkovic - "True To Yourself"
  27. Henning - "Arrival/Departure"
  28. Nite-Funk - "Can U Read Me?"
  29. Dam Funk - "Believer"
  30. True Design - "I Wanna Break"
  31. Crystal Winds - "Funk Ain’t Easy"
Review: Dam Funk has been foundational in crystallising Stones Throw's undisputed leadership in the nu-school funk and boogie scene, and he's up there with the great J Dilla in our books. Naturally, he's been asked to mix up the latest series of DJ Kicks and, ladies and gentlemen, it's a real masterclass - one of those comps you can safely leave on and let it do its thing on you. The mood is personified by a fine blend of electronics and tougher, funkier rhythms by artists such as Index, Moon B, and Dam himself. There are also a few rare cuts by Chicago house legend Gemini that fit in perfectly, and a whole heap of wavy, Cali-inspired electronic funk. Badass.
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 in stock $24.10
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