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Cat: BFCD 071. Rel: 27 Jul 18
Deep House
  1. Happy Birthday Nick
  2. Thank God I'm A Lizard
  3. Wear Me Down
  4. The Knife
  5. Project Cybersyn
  6. Family Portrait
  7. Pale Blue Dot
  8. Back Into Space
  9. Parallel Sequence
  10. RATS
  11. Don't Wake Dad
  12. The Beginning
Review: Lo-fi house hero Ross From Friends presents his debut album for Flying Lotus' Brainfeeder imprint - this follows up the terrific Aphelion EP he presented on the label earlier this year. Like the title suggests, Family Portrait refers to a very specific personal aspect of Felix Weatherall's life: the influence of his parents. Dance music was always around during his childhood, where he grew up learning about music from his dad - who apparently had a penchant for banging out hi-NRG tracks on the decks. It's a riveting listen from start to finish: from the the intensely vivid groove of "Pale Blue Dot" to the moody "Project Cybersyn" with its tunnelling aesthetic - perfectly geared for those heads-down moments later in the night.
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 in stock $9.63
Aphelion EP (limited 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: BF 068. Rel: 19 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Don't Wake Dad (6:53)
  2. John Cage (5:59)
  3. There's A Hole In My Heart (7:46)
  4. March (6:51)
Review: It's indicative of the dizzying rise of Ross From Friends in recent times that Flying Lotus wants to put out the producer's freshest material. His Brainfeeder debut is not an epic departure from his previous outings, with the action once again focusing on his unique fusion of cut-and-paste, hip-hop style production, sample-heavy deep house and thrusting Euro-disco influences. The result is an EP that ticks an awful lot of boxes, placing the glistening new age-influenced Balearic bliss of "John Cage" - one of the producer's most luscious and sun-kissed efforts to date - next to more bustling dancefloor workouts. The number of vinyl copies available is apparently very limited, so don't hang around if you want to grab one.
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 in stock $9.91
Family Portrait (2xLP with obi-strip)
Cat: BF 071. Rel: 27 Jul 18
Deep House
  1. Happy Birthday Nick (1:36)
  2. Thank God I'm A Lizard (5:07)
  3. Wear Me Down (5:15)
  4. The Knife (3:34)
  5. Project Cybersyn (5:08)
  6. Don't Wake Dad (6:56)
  7. Family Portrait (1:43)
  8. Pale Blue Dot (3:57)
  9. Back Into Space (3:11)
  10. Parallel Sequence (5:26)
  11. RATS (5:29)
  12. The Beginning (5:56)
Review: Lo-fi house hero Ross From Friends presents his debut album for Flying Lotus' Brainfeeder imprint - this follows up the terrific Aphelion EP he presented on the label earlier this year. Like the title suggests, Family Portrait refers to a very specific personal aspect of Felix Weatherall's life: the influence of his parents. Dance music was always around during his childhood, where he grew up learning about music from his dad - who apparently had a penchant for banging out hi-NRG tracks on the decks. It's a riveting listen from start to finish: from the the intensely vivid groove of "Pale Blue Dot" to the moody "Project Cybersyn" with its tunnelling aesthetic - perfectly geared for those heads-down moments later in the night.
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 in stock $19.28
The Outsiders EP (double 12" repress)
Cat: MAGICRS 012. Rel: 21 Dec 18
Deep House
  1. Crimson (7:27)
  2. D1RT BOX (4:34)
  3. Romeo, Romeo (7:51)
  4. Would You Still Be Here (7:22)
  5. Suzinak (6:33)
  6. The Outsiders (10:08)
Review: The seemingly unstoppable rise of Ross From Friends (the producer, rather than actor David Schwimmer) continues via the South London beat-maker's most expansive release to date: a 12" double-pack stuffed full of goodness. As usual, you can expect plenty of samples that sound like they've been taken from malfunctioning reel to reel tape machines, ear-pleasing synthesizer melodies, wayward drum machine hits and squeezable basslines of the sort that once marked out '80s electrofunk bangers. Most of the tracks are in a lo-fi deep house vein (you'll be unsurprised to hear), though there are one or two skewed downtempo diversions that rank amongst the producer's most intriguing tracks to date.
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Panorama Bar 07 Part II (12" + insert)
Cat: OTON 118. Rel: 06 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Ross From Friends - "High Energy" (5:47)
  2. Dave Aju - "Wayahed" (6:10)
  3. Duplex - "Isolator" (6:06)
Review: While the release of nd_baumecker's "Panoramabar 07" mix may have been delayed indefinitely due to "licensing issues", this second vinyl sampler has happily made it past the lawyers. Like its predecessor, it contains a trio of previously unreleased tracks. Ross From Friends kicks things off with "High Energy", a surprisingly cheery and sun-kissed blend of bouncy deep house drums, lilting pedal steel guitar motifs and drowsy, "Twin Peaks" style chords. Sometime Circus Company regular Dave Aju impresses via the cut-up vocal samples, melodious sub-bass, and broken house rhythms of "Wayahed", while Duplex steals on the show on side B with the intertwined synthesizer melodies, rush-inducing positivity and shuffling lo-fi deep house beats of "Isolator".
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 in stock $9.38
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