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Si Bure
Si Bure (2xLP)
Cat: RBBTLP 2. Rel: 18 Dec 19
Deep House
  1. Shukuru (intro) (1:23)
  2. Aruka (6:04)
  3. Shukuru (part 2) (0:24)
  4. Usiogope (6:37)
  5. Na Mia (6:00)
  6. Uutu (5:56)
  7. Shukuru (part 3) (0:33)
  8. Kuemenora (6:23)
  9. Haki (6:01)
  10. Ama Kweli (5:56)
  11. Shukuru (part 4) (0:25)
  12. Wewe (6:29)
  13. Patosha (6:31)
  14. Shukuru (6:17)
Review: Zanzibar born, Sheffield-based vocalist Mim Suleiman presents her fifth album on the ever reliable Running Back imprint - and is produced by legend Maurice Fulton. Ultra-modern African music merges with pop, house and disco, while lyrics sung in Swahili deal with a variety of sentimental themes. Suleiman has been described as "Mama Africa of the modern era" and is in fine form on "Si Bure": from the spiritual life music of "Aruka" and "Na Mia", to the uplifting soulful house vibe of "Usiogope" or "Kuemenora" - which are geared for some evocative moments on the dancefloor. We're also loving the powerful techno beats of "Haki" which provide an intense backing for Suliman's powerful vocal delivery as well as lo-slung boogie "Wewe" and the Animal Collective vibes of "Patosha", where Suleiman's celestial voice calls out over a wide open plain.
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 in stock $28.55
Si Bure
Si Bure (CD)
Cat: RBBTCD 2. Rel: 18 Dec 19
Deep House
  1. Shukuru (intro)
  2. Aruka
  3. Shukuru (part 2)
  4. Usiogope
  5. Na Mia
  6. Uutu
  7. Shukuru (part 3)
  8. Kuemenora
  9. Haki
  10. Ama Kweli
  11. Shukuru (part 4)
  12. Were
  13. Patosha
  14. Shukuru
Review: Zanzibar born, Sheffield-based vocalist Mim Suleiman presents her fifth album on the ever reliable Running Back imprint - and is produced by legend Maurice Fulton. Ultra-modern African music merges with pop, house and disco, while lyrics sung in Swahili deal with a variety of sentimental themes. Suleiman has been described as "Mama Africa of the modern era" and is in fine form on "Si Bure": from the spiritual life music of "Aruka" and "Na Mia", to the uplifting soulful house vibe of "Usiogope" or "Kuemenora" - which are geared for some evocative moments on the dancefloor. We're also loving the powerful techno beats of "Haki" which provide an intense backing for Suliman's powerful vocal delivery as well as lo-slung boogie "Wewe" and the Animal Collective vibes of "Patosha", where Suleiman's celestial voice calls out over a wide open plain.
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Played by: Alex Dallas
 in stock $13.39
Nyuli
Nyuli (12")
Cat: RB 022. Rel: 21 Apr 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Nyuli
  2. Nyuli (dub)
Review: Try to pigeon hole Gerd Janson's Running Back label at your peril whether it be Tensnake's epic disco jam "In The End (I Want You To Cry)" or Precious System's oddball deep house or even a classic Prescription Records reissue - you can always rely on good old Gerd to bring out something, well, that is genuinely interesting. The latest offering - an EP from Zanzibari producer Mim Suleiman - offers some brilliant disco-boogie action, hardly surprising when you discover that the man behind the production wheel is one Maurice Fulton.
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 in stock $10.47
An Introduction Part 1
  1. Mim Suleiman - "Pole Pole" (4:51)
  2. Alma Negra - "Onga" (7:01)
  3. Kerem Akdag - "Getdownsoclose" (4:37)
  4. James Tillman - "Wander" (2:58)
Review: With its festival, International Series, DJ Directory and Soundsystem: Dimensions has become a leading name in the underground. In only a mere six years of existence thus far, that's quite impressive we must say! Now, they extend their influence with the start of a new label: Dimensions Recordings. It launches with a 12 track compilation across three separate discs. As the label best describe themselves "An Introduction Part 1 calls upon artists from different corners of the globe who share the similarity of undeniable soul and expression in their music." From the Swahili sung harmonies on Mim Suleiman's lo-slung boogie down groove "Pole Pole", to the afro influences of Swiss collective Alma Negra's "Onga" whose spiritual life music reaches near tribal moments. On the flip, there's Istanbul's Kerem Akdag with "Getdownsoclose" a soulful jazzy and downright dusty deep house groove. Maryland's James Tillman's soulful vocals on "Wander" rounds off Part 1 with a dose of the soul.
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Played by: Scrimshire, Belle Bete
 in stock $11.37
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