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Serendipity
Serendipity (limited translucent red vinyl LP)
Cat: OD 001LP. Rel: 07 Apr 22
 
Soul
Everytime (3:25)
Shooting Star (5:44)
Let Me Be (4:44)
Words (4:55)
Rain (4:00)
Dandelion (3:42)
Doing Nothing (4:16)
Everything (3:30)
Home (4:10)
 in stock $13.91
Everytime
Everytime (limited transparent red vinyl 7")
Cat: OD 00145. Rel: 17 Mar 22
 
Soul
Everytime (3:26)
Everytime (feat John Robinson - Pat Van Dyke remix) (4:07)
Review: 'Everytime' is the first single off the new album by Lisa Decker and Nautilus. It came about after the label head wondered how Lisa's songs would sound if Japanese jazz trio Nautilus arranged some of them. They have, and here are the results, a very personal new single off a great new album. 'Everytime' is tieless funk with a super sweet and innocent vocal over crisp drums. On the flip is a remix that takes it in new directions with Pat Van Dyke, a longtime known producer and multi-instrumentalist from New Jersey, at the helm. He brings good time horn led sounds with a guest appearance by Brooklyn based lyricist John Robinson.
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Love & Hope
Cat: O 00945. Rel: 19 Jan 23
 
Jazz
Lisa Decker & SaturnVybz - "Love & Hope" (4:42)
Lisa Decker & Nautilus - "Summer Child" (4:21)
Review: Lisa Decker makes a return with two new singles here that are taken from her upcoming album which is due in May of this year. It comes two years after her debut with the Japanese jazz trio Nautilus and marks something of a conceptual shift in her sound. 'Love & Hope' finds her turn in a stylish jazz vocal with funky bass loops and organic drums and percussion that straddle many different genres. 'Summer Child' then sinks into a nice smooth jazz-funk vibe with soft focus chords bringing a touch of class to her breezy vocals.
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FORTHCOMING
Georgy Porgy
Georgy Porgy (limited 7")
Cat: OD 014. Rel: 22 Mar 24
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
Nautilus - "Georgy Porgy" (feat John Turrell & Toni L)
Nautilus - "Let's Stay Together" (feat Keyco)
Review: Japanese jazz masters Nautilus strike back again with their first release of 2024, 'Georgy Porgy', a special label collaboration between Oonops Drops and their Japanese label Urban Discos (Diskunion). The title number is a cover version of the yacht rock classic 'Georgy Porgy', with Nautilus' version heard performed alongside UK-based vocalist songwriter and vocalist John Turrell, one half of Smoove & Turrell, and German legend Toni-L. Theirs is a slick and maximised rendition. On the flipside is a similar classic versioning; a sweet cover version of Al Green's 'Let's Stay Together', albeit this time coming with the vocal talents of Japanese singer Keyco and brought with it a crisp, headroomy neo-soulful bent.
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est. release 22 Mar 24 $20.83
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FORTHCOMING
Move On Up
Cat: URDC 93. Rel: 06 Mar 24
 
Soul
Move On Up (DJ JIN re-edit)
Beyond The Redemption
Review: You can always count on Nautilus to deliver the most sophisticated covers of soul and jazz standards. The Japanese jazz funk outfit have a pristine approach to their craft, but they also know how to edge their own personality into the versions they lay down. So it goes as they approach the monumental 'Move On Up' by Curtis Mayfield, which is no small task. The actual cut on this 7" is the DJ JIN re-edit, which makes the track fit comfortably on a 45 but also makes sure it works for the DJs out there. On the flip 'Beyond The Redemption' has a more uptempo feel thanks to the sharp angles of the drums and the ascendant keys gliding over the dynamic low end.
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est. release 06 Mar 24 $20.30
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FORTHCOMING
Reconnection
Cat: URDC 46. Rel: 01 Mar 24
 
Jazz
coming soon $23.47
Live At King Georg
Cat: OD 013LP. Rel: 11 Jan 24
 
Jazz
Eye Of The Hurricane (8:06)
The World Is A Ghetto (7:19)
Stone Ground Seven (9:00)
Mr Strange (6:38)
Sweet Love Of Mine (6:30)
Expansions (6:30)
Review: During their first European tour in May 2023, Tokyo-based Jazz trio Nautilus received a raucous response from concert visitors. In response, Japanese label Oonops Drops decided to press their last gig of the tour at the legendary King Georg in Cologne, Germany on limited mixed media. This one's for all the concert-goers, who'll now get to soak up the very same vibes heard back in May. This cross-section of songs spans the old to the new, though all originate from a fresh multitrack recording session; going so far as to recapture the mood of the event with canned clapping and whistles, the vibe of "being there" is emulated to a T, with 'Stone Ground Seven' and 'Expansions' coming as exemplary bottlings of Nautilus' joie de vivre.
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A Story About You
A Story About You (LP + booklet)
Cat: URDC 89. Rel: 29 Dec 23
 
Jazz
Introduction (part 7) (0:40)
A Story About You (5:48)
The World Is A Ghetto (4:00)
Jean De Fleur (5:10)
Virtual Insanity (feat Mizuki Kamata) (4:43)
Sweet Power Of Your Embrace (4:01)
Cathedral (4:49)
Let's Stay Together (feat Keyco) (4:48)
Beyond The Redemption (4:46)
Epilogue (2:40)
Review: Nautilus are one of Juno's most in-demand and regular jazz groups, distributing their various singles, EPs and albums through us with such relentless force that it's often hard to keep track. However, their latest project here, A Story About You, sticks out from the rest, delivering a total of ten tracks centring on their usual jazz-funk vision, but shifting the focus away from them and onto you, the listener. The title track is an instantly infectious, talkboxing nighttime-jazz cut complete with dotted-crotchetting drum lilts and a raised bed of synth pads and pianos; from there on out, the LP betrays a lightweight twilight narrative, with every jazzdance favourite from 'The World Is A Ghetto' to 'Cathedral' delivering an instrumental tabula rasa onto which you, yourself, might project a personal hero's journey.
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A Story About You
A Story About You (CD with obi-strip)
Cat: URDC 78. Rel: 28 Dec 23
 
Jazz
Introduction (part 7)
A Story About You
The World Is A Ghetto
Jean De Fleur
Virtual Insanity
Sweet Power Of Your Embrace
Cathedral
Let's Stay Together
Beyond The Redemption
Epilogue
Review: Now issued in CD form after a compelling digital debut, 'A Story About You' continues the Japanese trio Nautilus' claim on the jazz and rare groove zeitgeist. Their eighth album, this one contains ten songs (six originals, four covers), all of which channel the explicit aim of repackaging the rare groove genre, and delivering it to the world in a novel, ever-evolving Form. Whether via its metric shifts, or sublime progressions that never settle, Nautilus' rare groove is not one to be dismissed; this is a rule that can be traced in the genealogy of cover versions on the LP as much as the sonic style, be they of Jamiroquai ('Virtual Insanity') or Al Green ('Let's Stay Together').
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A Story About You
A Story About You (limited 7")
Cat: URDC 84. Rel: 03 Nov 23
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
A Story About You (4:28)
Sweet Power Your Embrace (4:07)
Review: Prolific Japanese jazzers Nautilus - made up of drummer Toshiyuki Sasaki, keyboardist Daisuke Takeuchi, and bassist Shigeki Umezawa - present their latest 7" release 'A Story About You'. It's an emotive A-and-B-sider of mournful mood, with the A-side cemented by rolling pianos and a central lyric-melody performed by Mariko's talkbox, and B-sider 'Sweet Power Your Embrace' coming as a cover of the 1977 classic by James Mason. Signaling news of a full-length album to come - you'd better fasten your seatbelts.
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Lady Day & John Coltrane
Cat: JAZZR 024. Rel: 16 Feb 23
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
Lady Day & John Coltrane (4:37)
Serengeti (4:53)
Review: For the latest offering on his jazz-dance friendly Jazz Room Records imprint, Paul Murphy has decided to mine the back catalogue of Japanese jazz-funk trio Nautilus, and specifically the organ-loving combo's 2015 album Nautiloid Matter. Kicking things off on the A-side is the band's version of Gil Scott-Heron's 1972 classic 'Lady Day & John Coltrane'. Featuring fine lead vocals from Kei Owada and plenty of the band's trademark electric piano solos, their take on the track is far more dancefloor focussed than Scott-Heron's original, with much more energetic drumming and fast-fingered bass guitar. Turn to the flip for their take on Jessica Lauren's acid-jazz era fusion classic 'Serengeti', which sees Nautilus add infectious, life-affirming Fender Rhodes solos to another killer jazz-funk groove.
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 in stock $10.29
Revival (Japanese Edition)
Revival (Japanese Edition) (CD with obi-strip)
Cat: URDC 53. Rel: 30 Jan 23
 
Jazz
Introduction Part 6
Space Funk
Looking Back
Skyscrapers
We Gettin Down
Inner Space
Another World
Paint It Black
Nautical Table
Caught Up (feat Emi Tawata)
La Ritournelle
Review: Japanese jazz trio Nautilus (named of course after Bob James' 1974 fusion classic) are also high-quality rare groove merchants and super sweet and smooth fusion sounds. They have been prolific again this year with somewhere around six new releases and now this welcome Revival album. It comes on both CD (this being a Japanese special edition) and vinyl and is a fine showcase of their sounds which manages to be both timeless and classic as well as contemporary in execution. Many of their recent singles feature here alongside some other treats.
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We Gettin' Down
Cat: URDC 65. Rel: 04 Nov 22
 
Jazz
We Gettin' Down (4:11)
Nautical Table (4:09)
Review: Japanese rare groove merchants Nautilus are back in the wake of their Reconnection album with a new 7" of sweet and smooth jazz funk in their signature style. There's an endlessly crisp quality to the playing and production on Nautilus records which ensures they land with maximum effect. The A side on this new single is 'We Gettin Down', a bright and breezy confection with some choice talk box action, Rhodes and synths in conversation and sprightly beats. 'Nautical Table' gets a little craftier, dealing in skittering drums and nimble piano without losing that clarity we've come to expect from this highly talented group.
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Looking Back
Looking Back (7" + insert)
Cat: URDC 064. Rel: 20 Sep 22
 
Jazz
Looking Back (3:44)
Paint It Black (4:02)
Review: Once again, when it comes to rare groove covers, Japan does it best. NAUTILUS is a new generation rare groove band led by drummer Toshiyuki Sasaki; their latest release combines a gorgeous, rollicking cover of The Rolling Stones' 'Paint It Black', alongside the original instrumental 'Looking Back'.
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A Floating City
Cat: SIR 2235. Rel: 21 Sep 22
 
Progressive Rock
Waiting Room
Departure
The Great Eastern
Unguilty
Moondance
Autumn Light
Mother
Silver Ways & Rainbows
The Fall
Last Signals On Endless Sea
Review: In true progressive rock fashion, Nautilus's latest album - the long-serving German group's eighth in total - is a conceptual affair inspired by Jules Verne's semi-fictional 1871 travelogue, 'A Floating City'. The story provides a loose framework for the band's classic-sounding progressive rock adventures, which as usual join the dots between the mid-70s sounds of Pink Floyd, the epic synth-scapes of Tangerine Dream, the grand and atmospheric work of Jeff Lynn circa 'War of the Worlds', and more contemporary hybrid electronic/electric sounds. Highlights include the System 7-influenced techno-prog fusion of 'Moondance', the duelling guitar solos and spacey synths of 'Mother' and the pleasingly psychedelic ambient journey that is concluding cut 'Last Signals on Endless Sea'.
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Skyscrapers
Cat: URDC 58. Rel: 08 Aug 22
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
Skycrapers (4:01)
Another World (4:39)
Review: Japan's premier jazz funk covers outfit Nautilus are back on the scene with another 7" of those pristine grooves they lay down so well. They've been busy lately, recording the Serendipity album with Lisa Decker and just releasing the Reconnection album amongst other singles and EPs, but once again they've got more beautifully executed music to impart to the world. 'Skyscrapers' rides on a taut breakbeat and features some slinky bass guitar, striking an ever-so-slightly moody tone. 'Another World' is all about the snappy piano hooks, with the band following dutifully behind each melodic passage and winding up in something sweet and funky - as if you expect any less from this band.
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Nautiloid Quest
Cat: AR 091CD. Rel: 23 Jun 17
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
We Live In Brooklyn Baby
IGY
Tom's Diner (feat Mizuki Kamata)
Lady Day & John Coltrane (feat Kei Owada)
The Theme Of Nautilus
Serengeti
Nautilus
Atlantis
Our Journal
Good Enough (feat Sara Yoshida)
Nautiloid Quest
Bill's Chill
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Caught Up
Cat: URDC 070. Rel: 20 Mar 23
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
Caught Up (4:23)
Caught Up (Grooveman Spot remix) (4:08)
Review: We've become accustomed to hearing Nautilus offer-up authentic, Hammond-rich jazz-funk of the sort associated with such 1970s titans of the genre as Lonnie Liston Smith, Jimmy McGriff, Jimmy Smith and Herbie Hancock. On 'Caught Up', the flip the script, recruiting vocalist Emi Tawata to help conjure up a wonderfully starry, warming, organic and mood-enhancing slab of R&B-influenced modern soul. Their Rhodes-laden (and genuinely inspired) original mix comes accompanied by an alternative take from Jazzy Sport regular Grooveman Spot, who brilliantly re-imagines the song as a squelchy, synth-laden slab of slipped soul rich in colourful electronics, bold electronic bass and crunchy machine beats.
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 in stock $20.30
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