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New releases last four weeks: Broken Beat/Nu Jazz

Broken Beat/Nu Jazz vinyl released in the last four weeks
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Home (gatefold 2xLP + insert)
Cat: RS 066LP. Rel: 20 Jun 24
Sunlight Shining (1:41)
Home (3:59)
Postcards From Home (feat Jumoke Adeyanju - part 1) (2:06)
Nan's House (2:45)
Not Your Man (feat Annahstasia) (2:07)
Every Moment (2:39)
Soul (2:16)
Beautiful (1:47)
Theo's Message (feat Theo Croker) (1:47)
Give (feat Theo Croker) (2:16)
Postcards From Home (feat Brother Portrait - part 2) (3:41)
Innervisions (feat Duendita) (3:20)
Believer (feat Annahstasia) (2:51)
Limoux (feat Theo Crooker & Moses Yoofee) (4:39)
Distance (4:00)
Be Honest (feat Madison McFerrin) (3:00)
A Song For You (5:45)
 in stock $29.33
Uh Ah Song
Cat: PH 45034. Rel: 20 Jun 24
Uh-Ah Song (3:31)
Otoma Da Naba (4:06)
Review: A hugely exciting and thoroughly danceable new 7" from Florence Adooni, blowing any other artist who could even remotely hope to stake a worthy claim to contemporary highlife out of the park. Following up her debut single 'Fo Yelle' on Philophon, the Ghanaian Frafra Soul singer returns backed by an eight-member troupe, made up of young talents from the highlife scene of Kumasi, Ghana. 'Uh Ah Song' and its inverse counterpart 'Otoma Da Naba' are slick, clean and joyous daytime jaunts, with the former track lyrically meditating on familial and childhood themes while effortlessly pinning down a difficult-to-maintain-for-most uptempo highlife backbeat and improv. The B-side, meanwhile, pays tribute to the supreme terrestrial creator central to Adooni's native Frafra community, and centres on a heptatonic electronic, nigh acid riff and lo-fi texture with a "je ne sais qoui" that, in our view, renders it the tune of the year so far.
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Tags: Afrobeat
 in stock $10.31
Night Reign
Night Reign (limited gatefold silver vinyl LP + insert (indie exclusive))
Cat: 589803 1. Rel: 30 May 24
Aey Nehin (5:38)
Na Gul (5:21)
Autumn Leaves (feat James Francies) (4:31)
Whiskey (4:59)
Zameen (feat Marc Anthony Thompson C/O Chocolate Genuis Encorporated) (4:09)
Raat Ki Rani (6:11)
Saaqi (feat Vjay Iyer) (6:11)
Bolo Na (feat Moor Mother & Joel Ross) (6:05)
Last Night (feat Cautious Clay, Kaki King & Maeve Gilchrist - reprise) (4:50)
Review: Arooj Aftab's Night Reign is a stunning trip into the depths of the night, where inspiration thrives. Departing from themes of loss in her previous work, Aftab crafts an album rich with renewal and romance. Collaborations with artists like Cautious Clay and Moor Mother add layers to the lush soundscape, creating a cinematic experience. Each track, from the haunting 'Autumn Leaves' to the soulful 'Bolo Na,' weaves together to form a narrative of surrender and transformation. Aftab's voice, accompanied by intricate instrumentation, guides listeners through the darkness, offering moments of introspection and possibility. Night Train is a chance to throw yourself into the beauty and mystery of deep music, emerging renewed and transformed.
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 in stock $27.74
Night Reign
Cat: 589802 8. Rel: 30 May 24
Aey Nehin
Na Gul
Autumn Leaves (feat James Francies)
Bolo Na (feat Moor Mother & Joel Ross)
Saaqi (feat Vijay Lyer)
Last Night Reprise (feat Cautious Clay, Kaki King & Maeve Gilchrist - reprise)
Raat Ki Rani
Zameen (feat Chocolate Genius)
Review: Arooj Aftab's Night Reign is a stunning trip into the depths of the night, where inspiration thrives. Departing from themes of loss in her previous work, Aftab crafts an album rich with renewal and romance. Collaborations with artists like Cautious Clay and Moor Mother add layers to the lush soundscape, creating a cinematic experience. Each track, from the haunting 'Autumn Leaves' to the soulful 'Bolo Na,' weaves together to form a narrative of surrender and transformation. Aftab's voice, accompanied by intricate instrumentation, guides listeners through the darkness, offering moments of introspection and possibility. Night Train is a chance to throw yourself into the beauty and mystery of deep music, emerging renewed and transformed.
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 in stock $14.53
Yucca (limited LP + postcard)
Cat: ODA 03M. Rel: 03 Jun 24
Chirp (2:50)
Ferns (2:20)
Yucca (5:06)
Coral (4:35)
Roses (3:56)
Winstons (3:23)
 in stock $17.43
Keep The Outside Open
Keep The Outside Open (LP + insert in embossed sleeve)
Cat: STH 2487LP. Rel: 20 Jun 24
Iris Is Neil (4:49)
Oh Me Brotha (2:45)
Theodor Marmalade (3:44)
SandBox Galore (2:55)
Ortogonelya (3:48)
Down The Silverlake (1:00)
Lucky Zoe (2:34)
I Love ECM (2:44)
The Curious Wild (5:06)
Mr Pullman (2:33)
Bazooka Zoo (2:49)
Orange Encounter (0:54)
Evergreen Meadows (3:18)
Sera Sam (feat Avishai Cohen) (4:09)
Review: Stones Throw has tapped up the brilliant psychedelic jazz group Apifera for a second album to follow on from the greatness of their debut. That once came back in 2021 in the form of Overstand, which was a widescreen and cultural mix of all manner of weird and wonderful sounds. Now, Keep Teh Outside Open builds on that and finds keyboardist Yuval Havkin and Nitai Hershkovits, drummer Amir Bresler and bassist Yonatan Albalak all colliding Israeli folk, Afrobeat, post-rock and jazz into richly colourful and absorbing sound worlds full of lush broken beat grooves.
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 in stock $26.16
IV (reissue)
IV (reissue) (white vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: RHC 2034.1. Rel: 13 Jun 24
And That Too
Speaking Gently
Time Moves Slow (feat Sam Herring)
Confessions (part 2 - feat Colin Stetson)
Lavender (feat Kevein Celestin)
Chompy's Paradise
Hyssop Of Love (feat Jayson Jenkins)
Structure No 3
In Your Eyes (feat Charlotte Day Wilson)
Review: Cool as you like jazz cats Badbadnotgood have more than done their bit in helping to shape the contemporary jazz revival with a number of great albums and even a fine compilation of their inspirations and influences. IV is one of their most acclaimed in recent times which is why it now gets a reissue on double white gatefold vinyl. Guests Sam Herring, Colin Stetson and Kevin Celstin amongst more all feature, as do plenty of the US group's lush broken beats and nu-jazz instrumentals. Well worth coping if you missed out the first time around.
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 in stock $22.72
11 11 11
11 11 11 (transluscent violet vinyl LP)
Cat: KCR 12031LPC1. Rel: 20 Jun 24
7-11 (6:05)
Get Ready (3:07)
Yah Bless The Day (3:38)
Come On (4:36)
Give It A Try (2:35)
Saved You Will Know (5:44)
Say A Prayer (3:48)
Father Do You Hear Me (live) (6:38)
 in stock $26.16
11 11 11
Cat: KCR 12031LP. Rel: 20 Jun 24
7-11 (6:05)
Get Ready (3:07)
Yah Bless The Day (3:38)
Come On (4:36)
Give It A Try (2:35)
Saved You Will Know (5:44)
Say A Prayer (3:48)
Father Do You Hear Me (live) (6:38)
 in stock $26.16
Reflections Vol 2
Reflections Vol 2 (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: RVNGNL 98LP. Rel: 20 Jun 24
Three (5:45)
One (4:49)
Six (5:56)
Seven 1/2 (1:13)
Two (2:30)
Five (3:17)
Nine (4:35)
Eight (3:37)
Four (5:19)
Review: Black Decelerant, a collaboration between Khari Lucas (Contour) and Omari Jazz, explores spiritual jazz through modern tones, weaving sonic reflections on Black existence, life and grief, expansion and constraint, and the personal versus the collective. Their eponymous debut album fosters a serene refuge amidst societal turbulence and aims to transcend fleeting moments. Conceived from an intuitive process, the album emerged from remote sessions spanning six months in 2020, bridging South Carolina and Oregon. Improvised instrumentals and sampled productions became conduits for their inner dialogues and offered solace during existential crises amid lockdowns and social unrest in the US.
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 in stock $23.77
The Architecture Of Oppression Part 2
Cat: BBE 766ALP. Rel: 30 May 24
Black Gold (feat Jermain Jackman) (4:01)
Cut The Cheque (feat Percee P & Great Okuson) (4:22)
Skull Tax (feat Anthony Joseph) (4:25)
We Need Freedom (feat Jermain Jackman) (7:56)
Believe (feat Ugochi Nwaogwugwu & Toyin Agbetu) (4:43)
Indifference (feat Anthony Joseph) (4:18)
Why Do They Fear Us? (feat Yolanda Lear) (5:17)
Intensity In Five (feat Anthony Joseph) (4:40)
Prison Of Skin (feat Ugochi Nwaogwugwu) (4:58)
The Walls Of Jericho (feat Dylema) (4:16)
Review: They say that where there is repetition, there is unfinished business; that where there is a broken record, there is a will for that breakage to be attended to. So too does the eponymous alias of Jake Alias, The Brkn Record, know this. The Architecture Of Oppression Part 2 is Ferguson's next album for the righteous future jazz project; an earnest admixture of spoken word and slam poetry set against ambient jazzscapes and cinematic post-noir shades. Showcasing the manifold talents of wordsmiths the likes of Toyin Agbetu and Ugochi Nwaogwugwu, both of whom ponder the nature of freedom as it exists in its best articulated form today - the continued articulation of freedom being the driving force of history - The Architecture Of Oppression Part 2 deploys a righteous infrasound to deconstruct the edifices that impinge on this freedom, brick by brick.
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 in stock $34.33
The Party
The Party (limited 2xLP + insert)
Cat: KOS 029LP. Rel: 24 Jun 24
The Stick Up
Boite Bolide
Oui Khouiette Oui
Le Grand Sommeil
Spark Av
Aysyen Kanp
The City Has Eyes
La Baleine Bleue
I Remember Tim
Afrobeat Rag
 in stock $33.28
Catpack (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRULP 455. Rel: 20 Jun 24
Walk Away (3:01)
Runnin' (2:06)
Interlude (0:54)
The Top (3:51)
Yep (1:58)
Tomorrow (2:35)
What I've Found (3:08)
Rainbows (1:22)
Midnight (2:51)
Next To Me (3:06)
Review: Los Angeles trio Catpack, which is made up of Moonchild's vocalist Amber Navran, Jacob Mann and Phil Beaudreau, have delivered a whimsical and heartfelt project with this eponymous album. Featuring 11 tracks including singles 'What I've Found' and 'Walk Away', it embodies a joyful exploration of musical expression rooted in genuine camaraderie and mutual admiration. Navran describes it as "three people with distinct sounds coming together to make something new" while their jazz-influenced r&b blends neo-soul, funk, and electronic elements with quirky synth patches reminiscent of cats meowing. The album's songs, from the assertive 'Walk Away' to the whimsical 'Next To Me', reflect their creative synergy and deep friendship and help make this such a lovely work of sound.
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 in stock $19.55
Anaconga (CD with obi-strip)
Cat: PCD 25401. Rel: 10 Jun 24
Mister Yellow
Mystic Brew
Down For The Third Time
Twilight Reimagined
The Boy Beneath The Sea
We Fight We Love
In Search Of The Blue Note
Sing To My Beat
 in stock $21.92
Cat: DOMECD 352. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Mister Mellow
Mystic Brew
Down For The Third Time
Twilight Reimagined
The Boy Beneath The Sea
We Fight We Love
In Search Of The Blue Note
Sing To My Beat
 in stock $14.26
Progressive Roots
Progressive Roots (limited translucent pink vinyl 12")
Cat: SRM 233. Rel: 03 Jun 24
Progressive Roots (remix) (7:59)
Progressive Roots (Ahmee’s club Culture Foundation remix) (10:42)
Progressive Roots (Deep mix) (14:48)
Progressive Roots Congo (3:45)
Review: The deep house magician that is Joaquin Joe Claussell is back on his own majestic Sacred Rhythm with a bunch of, well, sacred rhythms. As always they are addend with his usual sophisticated mix of jazzy melodies, steamy drums and deep basslines. This time he offers up the single 'Progressive Roots' which is prime Afro-futurism with Balearic guitar lines ringing out next to the nimble keys and shimmering pads. Ahmee's Club Culture Foundation remix goes more deep and cavernous with a subtler sound, and the Deep mix then gets tribal. 'Progressive Roots Congo' closes out with shuffling broken beats and layers of rich percussion.
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 in stock $26.41
Night Susan
Cat: WD 002. Rel: 10 Jun 24
Night Susan (4:11)
Boom-A-Rang (4:58)
Review: Club Warme Deken & San Proper tease a new EP with this tidy new 7". As you would expect from the always left-of-centre San Proper this is a fresh pair of cuts with a notable pop influence. 'Night Susan' is a slow and raw beat with filtered vocals and whirring machine sounds, a low slung hip-hop edge and funky bass guitar riffs adding the hooky charm. 'Boom-A-Rang' on the flip is a great collage of sound made from ad-libbed vocals, percussive hits, deep drums and tanging hits. Two charming curveballs for sure.
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Tags: Minimal
 in stock $10.56
City Pop
Cat: MYOR 27. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Slow Motion (4:06)
Light Works (4:58)
Blossom (3:43)
Excursions (3:43)
Running Away Towards Me (4:30)
Idle Minds (3:07)
I M 4 U (1:46)
You're Mine (4:07)
Blow Me Over (3:21)
Review: A shrewd business move from Coco Bryce? The underground drum & bass lodestar has named his latest full-length record after the Japanese pop genre, between which there appears to be no relation. We're left to wonder whether it's purely a coincidence, save for the fact that the latter's popularity makes it seem like less of one. Whatever the case, the mood of Coco's latest record errs less on bangers and more mash, completely sidestepping the apparent need for most producers working mainly in realm of singles and EPs to suddenly play up to a concept when it comes to making an LP. No; from 'Slow Motion' to 'Blow Me Over', City Pop is muted, revelling in the joy of pure breaks science and soft chordal experimentation. The extra tasteful sample-work of 'Idle Minds' and blooping minimalisms of 'Your Mine' go on to testify that this is a subtle listen, perhaps one that only an artist at the height of their career can indulge, after all the points have been proven and statements made.
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 in stock $16.38
Ginga (CD)
Cat: PIASLL 230CD. Rel: 30 May 24
Mama Santa
Mais Amor
Nosso Lar
Sistema Solar
De Vous A Moi
Tags: Brazilian
 in stock $11.09
Ginga (LP)
Cat: PIASLL 230LP. Rel: 30 May 24
Mama Santa (3:34)
Nordestina (4:14)
Mais Amor (3:41)
Passageiro (3:47)
Doces Manhas (3:42)
Bira (3:07)
Sistema Solar (4:34)
Tamarindo (4:07)
Lapa (3:56)
De Vous A Moi (4:19)
Tags: Brazilian
 in stock $23.77
Four Rooms (Soundtrack)
Four Rooms (Soundtrack) (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: LPMH 8282. Rel: 06 Jun 24
Vertigogo (LP1: The Missing Ingredient - Opening Theme) (2:18)
Junglero (0:08)
Four Rooms Swing (1:54)
Bewitched (0:01)
Tea & Eva In The Elevator (2:05)
Invocation (0:56)
Breakfast At Denny's (2:14)
Strange Brew (2:06)
Coven Of Witches (2:19)
The Earthly Diana (1:33)
Eva Seduces Ted (2:00)
Hallway Ted (The Wrong Man) (1:36)
Headshake Rhumba (0:42)
Skippen, Pukin, Sigfried (1:49)
Angela (1:04)
Punch Drunk (2:12)
Male Bonding (0:53)
Mariachi (LP2: The Misbehavers) (0:25)
Antes De Medianoche (2:40)
Sentimental Journey (2:15)
Kids Watch TV (0:22)
Champagne & Needles (1:59)
Bullseye (2:05)
Harlem Nocturne (0:59)
The Millionaire's Holiday (4:40)
Ted-O-Vater (The Man From Hollywood) (0:38)
Vertigogo (Closing Credits) (5:28)
D In The Hallway (0:22)
Torchy (0:16)
Review: Four Rooms reflects a very fun time in Hollywood, or at least the annals of American cinema. Co-directed by Allison Anders, Alexandre Rockwell, Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino, the story of the fictional Los Angeles-set Hotel Mon Signor, and the strange, demanding, off-putting, and straight up intimidating guests that stay there on New Year's Eve - just as Tim Roth starts his first shift on the job as bellhop - is full of energy and a carefree, playful attitude. It's the kind of movie which, if it were made today, would no doubt be rushed straight to the bottom of the New Releases section on whatever streaming service you've given in to because it would feel cheap rather than charismatic. But in 1994, catching a quintet of fresh filmmakers on the rise, at a time when positivity reigned and the silver screen still had an ounce of class, means the whole thing worked well. As for the soundtrack, we veer between Americana and a reworking of the theme from 1960s US TV series Bewitched, weird, meditative vocal drone and lounge music.
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 in stock $49.65
Accept When
Cat: AS 235. Rel: 04 Jun 24
Attention (4:25)
Sequins (3:31)
Flounced (4:20)
Slynx (3:08)
Concrete (3:27)
How Sensitive (3:27)
Accept When (4:58)
Shall We Dance (4:09)
All The Glory (4:35)
Ultra Detached (3:49)
 in stock $25.35
Santos '79
Santos '79 (limited 7")
Cat: CCP 10. Rel: 12 Jun 24
Santos '79 (3:55)
Moon Over Rio (3:23)
Review: Stefano De Santis echoes purple dubstep on this live-feeled new electronic jazz dazzler, all improvised synth fusion that works well both as a danceable cut and a timeout moment. Just two tunes, 'Santos 79' and 'Moon Over Rio' come across like the morning and evening sides of De Santis' lifeworld; the former is a warm, glitzing sonic waxing, full of tweezy approach notes and Simmons drum 'pows'; the latter is a crepuscular waning, contrasting to the other by way of twinkly chime cascades and deeper chromatic blues.
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Played by: Pete Haigh
 in stock $20.07
Cat: AM 018. Rel: 30 May 24
Khazna (2:02)
Layali El Shouk (feat Lella) (3:38)
Do Ko (2:53)
Kartona (feat M Adel & Ahmeddine) (3:08)
Tub (2:25)
Bahr (feat Nara) (3:15)
Sarkh (5:17)
Shitan (1:51)
Kharab (feat Sara Shedid) (1:21)
 in stock $15.32
The Earthsouls EP
Cat: CCP 09. Rel: 29 May 24
Cause & Effect (3:33)
Desire For Hire (4:28)
Protect The Ghetto Child (4:04)
Across The Tracks (3:52)
Review: Big new jazzdance from Colin Curtis' new Earthsouls project, debuting for the UK's funk-soul-jazz outfit of the same name. Made up of Curtis in collaboration with Born74, ONJ and Mark Paul Norton, the Earthsouls permit an impressive range on an out-of-body leash, keeping us grounded whilst also laying down some essence, some gist, some spirit. From the opening jam of 'Cause & Effect', across which a deterministic drum daubing from Born74 takes centre stage and shines, to the mid-moment wonky-boxy disco charmer 'Desire For Hire' and the closing funk something-or-other that is 'Across The Tracks', this is a legitimately wicked new EP, one which should probably be suppressed for its propagation of such potent sonic alchemies - that is, if we lived in a more sensible world.
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 in stock $24.29
GSC45 43
Cat: GSC45 43. Rel: 03 Jun 24
Soul City (2:31)
Pinball 6 (2:46)
Review: Galaxy Sound Co is back with some subtle but sublime new edits, and this time Mr Thelonious turns his hand to 'Soul Town' by The Motherhood from their psychedelic 1969 album I Feel So Free. If you can find this one n 45rpm anywhere it will likely have a high three-figure price tag and this edit is a great alternative with big horn energy and rousing soul-funk grooves. On the flip is 'Pinball 6' which was originally by The Pointer Sisters and made famous for its appearance on Sesame Street in the 1970s when it was used as backing music to the famous segment that taught children how to count. It's an electric bit of jazz-funk that still sounds most excellent.
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 in stock $11.89
Sun Dogs
Cat: WAHLP 028. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Destroy Create (feat Kemani Anderson - part I) (1:52)
Rain Will Come (8:25)
Staring At The Sun (feat Caitlin LM) (4:43)
Family (feat Ellen Beth Abdi) (3:05)
Parhelion (6:37)
Give Back My Love (feat Ellen Beth Abdi) (3:37)
Destroy Create (feat Kemani Anderson & Ellen Beth Abdi - part II) (5:22)
Daylight (feat Ellen Beth Abdi) (7:09)
Review: Wah Wah 45s present Sun Dogs, the debut album from composer, songwriter and producer Jamie Finlay - a unique blend of electric soul, spiritual jazz and psychedelia. A deeply layered and personal album that explores themes of love, loss, grief, and finding strength through turbulent times, this curt selection of eight tracks sports a throng of talent on both production, instrumental and vocal duties, be these contributions from Ellen Beth Abdi, Caitlin LM or Kemani Anderson. All glued together by a crisp broken beat aesthetic and ultra-crisply mixdown standard, we hear an expansively uplifting album unfurl in the continuous inspirational spaces opened in by the dialogic legacies of greats like Lonnie Liston Smith and Pharaoh Sanders.
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 in stock $26.94
Spider Plant Blues
Cat: AM 1566040. Rel: 30 May 24
Spider Plant Blues (5:12)
Snake Plant Shuffle (2:11)
Review: Greg Foat is a London-based keyboardist, composer, bandleader and DJ. Foat's latest full-length record displays the musician's lifelong, self-described 'love-hate relationship' with the keys, which he says began in childhood, when he fell off a piano stool at his aunt's house. A domestic homage, 'Spider Plant Blues' fittingly pays tribute to two houseplants that sit on Greg's bedside tables, and move periodically depending on his whims; 'Spider Plant Blues' is an evening high-flyer for electric piano, unbothered drums and backing strings, while 'Snake Plant Shuffle' is a darker and drier organism backed by arpeggiating sytnhy blossomings in the stereo mix.
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Played by: From P60
 in stock $12.67
Don't Forget To Have Fun
Don't Forget To Have Fun (limited blue vinyl LP + MP3 download code (indie exclusive))
Cat: DM 016SB. Rel: 14 Jun 24
Pause (5:12)
Emerald (3:57)
All Seeds (5:03)
First Touch (6:14)
Theme For A Dream (part 1 Lullaby) (5:27)
Theme For A Dream (part 2 Swimming, Soaring) (6:22)
Theme For A Dream (part 3 Time To Wake Up) (5:58)
 in stock $20.07
Don't Forget To Have Fun
Don't Forget To Have Fun (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DM 016. Rel: 14 Jun 24
Pause (5:08)
Emerald (4:44)
All Seeds (4:19)
First Touch (6:11)
Theme For A Dream (part 1 Lullaby) (5:20)
Theme For A Dream (part 2 Swimming, Soaring) (6:28)
Theme For A Dream (part 3 Time To Wake Up) (5:53)
Review: Naarm in Melbourne, Australia seems to be driving rise to ever more musical talent that makes a mark over here in the UK. It is where producer, composer, and multi-instrumentalist Don Glori (aka Gordon Li) ihails from and now with 'Don't Forget To Have Fun' he follows up his acclaimed 2022 LP 'Welcome' in great style. It came amidst personal turmoil and technical setbacks and, after relocating to London in 2023, Don found fresh inspiration by simplifying his process. Working in a tiny room with minimal equipment, he redefined and re-recorded many tracks in his Whitechapel flat. The resulting album blends jazz, funk, soul, r&b and samba, with tracks like 'Pause,' 'Emerald,' and 'All Seeds' showcasing psychedelic influences, tight horn arrangements, and Brazilian street soul.
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 in stock $19.01
Sun Circles Reimagined (Alexander Flood, John Beltran mixes)
Cat: BSBF 707. Rel: 17 Jun 24
Sun Circles (Alexander Flood live rework) (4:24)
Sun Circles (John Beltran Project remix) (6:10)
Review: Australian-based artist Gratts wrote 'Sun Circles' as an empowerment anthem for his two sons and it dropped to plenty of acclaim last year. In its wake, Gratts DJed with Adelaide's multi-talented Alexander Flood on percussion and after some conversations he was enlisted to bring his jazz background to a remix of the original. He did so live as part of a quintet and the result is a super summery, airy rework with soulful vocals that linger long in the air. Michigan-based techno and ambient maestro John Beltran appears on the flip to bring a classy Balearic remix that will have you dreaming of longer, warmer nights and plenty of sun-kissed dancing fun
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 in stock $14.53
Timeless Lo Fi Vol 2
Timeless Lo Fi Vol 2 (limited LP with obi-strip)
Cat: PLP 7410. Rel: 10 Jun 24
Rendou (with Renz) (3:22)
Meaningless Lyrics (with Brooklyn TY) (2:37)
Mind Game On Bm9 (with Samurai Yas) (2:59)
Hibachi (with NMF) (3:44)
Far Out (with Izumi) (3:44)
Track 6 (with Grey Station) (2:33)
Raw (with OGCZ) (1:37)
Dear (with Ram-Mashine) (2:16)
Last Night (with Western River) (2:35)
Sunset (with Goodshit) (3:21)
Review: Well, would you look at that: lo-fi hip-hop has already become LP-worthy. It doesn't seem like long ago at all that the genre seemed eternally bound to its stereotyped form: ten-hour YouTube videos of endlessly looping lo-fi beats paired visually with anime characters perusing the textbooks over mugs of cocoa, cute kittens brushing against their knees, and snow-caked views outside their windows. Light In The Attic colour anyone thinking that such a style couldn't possibly make it onto vinyl LP mistaken, catching us off guard with this second edition from Grey October Sounds' Timeless LoFi project. This one hears the Japanese producer bring beautiful remixes of classic Studio Ghibili theme songs - as well as original compositions - to P-Vine recordings. Choice cuts include the eyes-down bare-bones of 'Y&A' and the muted snaps of 'Home Banter'. So, assuming you've already crammed for the test tomorrow, feel free to relax and swap out your well-worn, coffee-stained textbook for an MPC.
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 in stock $33.02
Amen (CD)
Cat: CDWS 050. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Psalm 138:7
It's Okay To Let Me Go
Pick & Choose
Members Don't Get Weary
Day By Day
I Will Always Miss You
Revelations 7:16-17
Review: On her third full-length release, Brooklyn-based bassoonist, composer and producer Joy Guidry showcases the full range of her 21st century jazz repertoire. While her frequently haunting and emotionally resonant bassoon parts are naturally a focal point throughout, these distinctive and intoxicating musical movements come wrapped in deep-set ambient soundscapes (see sublime opener 'Psalm:138:7'), waves of special effects (the equally meditative 'It's Okay To Let Me Go'), the righteous release of gospel ('Members Don't Get Weary', 'Angels') and the cosmic, higher-level intent of spiritual jazz ('I Will Always Love You'). In other words, it's an impeccable ambient jazz album that deserves wider recognition.
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 in stock $12.15
Cat: NIW 164. Rel: 21 Jun 24
Yakanhiko (3:41)
Yakanhiko (Night Breaks Re-Work) (3:49)
 in stock $18.23
Magnificent Little Dudes Volume 1
Magnificent Little Dudes Volume 1 (2xLP with obi-strip)
Cat: GB 1594. Rel: 21 Jun 24
M0 (15:25)
M1.1 (15:07)
M1.2 (14:00)
M4 (12:39)
M7 (8:00)
Review: The collaboration between Chihei Hatakeyama and Shun Ishiwaka on their latest ambient release represents a convergence of diverse musical backgrounds. With over 70 albums under his belt since his debut in 2006, Hatakeyama brings a wealth of experience in ambient and experimental music, while Ishiwaka, known for his prolificacy in modern jazz, adds a dynamic rhythmic dimension. Their encounter, sparked by a radio appearance and cemented through live gigs, led to the creation of this two-volume epic recorded in March 2023. Drawing inspiration from a spectrum of genres including ambient, experimental, jazz and metal, the duo's sonic exploration is enriched by references ranging from My Bloody Valentine to Alice Coltrane. The album reflects their shared love for free jazz and spiritual jazz, evoking the improvisational spirit of Sun Ra and Coltrane's later works. Guided by psycho-acoustic considerations and embracing spontaneity, the musicians engage in a dialogue of sound where responses unfold in the heat of the moment. The result is a remarkable project brimming with creativity and mutual understanding.
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Magnificent Little Dudes Vol 1
Magnificent Little Dudes Vol 1 (CD with obi-strip)
Cat: GB 1594CD1. Rel: 30 May 24
 in stock $13.73
Shun X (Jim O'Rourke remix)
Shun X (Jim O'Rourke remix) (heavyweight vinyl 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: DDJB 91302. Rel: 14 Jun 24
Shun X (Jim O'Rourke remix) (4:41)
Beyond The Mirage (Cut Chemist remix) (4:01)
 in stock $17.70
Broken Deep & Dope Sampler 2024 Vinyl Sampler
Incognito - "Freedom To Love" (Atjazz Astro remix) (5:25)
MRMILKDEE & Jill Rock Jones - "2 Positions" (Sean McCabe Cosmos dub) (5:22)
Harold Matthews Jr & Sean McCabe - "Metronome" (Turbojazz remix) (6:16)
KV5 & Kaidi Tatham - "Shook Up" (5:03)
Review: Reel People Music breaks new ground, in more ways than one, with the launch of fresh compilation series Broken, Deep & Dope. A spin-off from acclaimed compilation brand Soulful, Deep & Dope - introduced back in 2015 - this new series sees the much-loved independent imprint pushing further at the boundaries of soulful music. All with that customary Reel People feeling. Broken, Deep & Dope 2024, the series' first instalment, unleashes 20 superlative examples of the soulful 'bruk' (broken beat), nu beat and nu jazz sound that has so innovatively informed contemporary dancefloors around the world since its inception back in late '90s West London.
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Played by: From P60
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Soul 01
Soul 01 (7")
Cat: JNP 7S1. Rel: 29 May 24
Between (4:25)
4ever (3:37)
Review: Italy's Jazz N Palms (aka. Riccio) is a procurer of a variety of tropical fruits, be they full-length albums (check out Ses Rodes) or glitzy edits, both of which ultimately serve as worthy succours for our style-famished times of need. Here we skew towards the latter ends of things, as Riccio serves up two quick and juicy hits for the thirsty dome. Beaming us right back to the hammock-over-sandy-beachside-view (however phantasmic this vision may be), A-sider 'Between' catches us between a dock and a slurred place, delivering a tipsy sundown mood of a certain downtempo disco variety. Then there's '4ever', an even slurrier beachfire of washed-out Rhodeses and retouched funk drums.
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Coffee Talk EP 2 (Soundtrack)
Coffee Talk EP 2 (Soundtrack) (gatefold translucent blue & violet vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: BSR 084. Rel: 20 Jun 24
The Way I See (4:32)
Heartfelt Smile (4:45)
Dance In The Shower (4:45)
Learn From Mistakes (4:15)
Self Reflection (4:16)
Sunny Day Of Cold Winter (2:43)
Breezy Old Neighborhood (1:35)
Shimmering Hearts (2:59)
Colorfully Painted Skies (1:21)
Night Road (1:47)
Sunny Day Of Cold Winter (4:42)
Breezy Old Neighborhood (4:29)
Shimmering Hearts
24 Hours Rainfall (4:29)
Perfect Getaway (4:22)
The Hardest Part (4:24)
Feeling Better (4:33)
Moving On (4:30)
Pardon My Words (4:31)
Thanks To All Of You (4:32)
Last Call (4:19)
Never Fade Away (4:27)
Stargazing (4:35)
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Aoyama Nights
Aoyama Nights (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: MMV 002. Rel: 31 May 24
Aoyama Nights (4:35)
Kushiyaki (Kandamatsuri) (4:03)
Kuroiinu Hosono (Hello) (4:32)
Jasmine Dream (Taipei Story) (6:31)
Review: Surfing on the wave of 1980's Nippon's bubble - of electronics and economics, fashion and the femme fatale, pop culture and computerized technopop, and the world's sudden fascination with everything Japan - a group of young studio musicians from Tokyo's downtown of Akihabara and Kanda came together for ad hoc recording sessions between 1982-1986. Mariko Katsuragi's goal was to produce the next domestic hit album, uniquely inspired by the manifold urban sprawls of Asia, whether local or across national borders. Unfortunately, the original incarnation of Ayoama Nights never saw the light of day due to an early-career split resulting from one of the band members' relationship breakdown. Now restored over 40 years on, this modern edition of the sessions hears a slick, synth-driven and funky take on the classic Japanese city pop sound, one that homes in more on the instrumental and neon-lit sides of things.
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Rocky Road
Cat: RRMS. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Bobby Khalphat - "Rocky Road" (3:11)
Enos McLeod - "The Market Song Aka Skibo Road" (3:29)
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Studies In A Dying Love
Cat: LPWABB 181. Rel: 06 Jun 24
Why Do You Call For Rain? (3:50)
Love! (Is The Answer) (3:26)
Sleep Tight (3:08)
Now & Forever (3:08)
Arab Brother Rap (#1) (3:15)
Joshua (2:40)
Here With Me (3:40)
I've Been Travelling (Arab Brother Rap #2) (0:51)
Every Girl (3:07)
Sinking Ship (5:01)
My Heart (3:00)
Review: Studies In A Dying Love is Edmonton-based multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, arranger, producer, and DJ Aladean Kheroufi's debut full-length album. It finds him crafting soulful, idiosyncratic songs with a melancholic yet optimistic vibe that mix pain and pleasure in musical form. Starting at 17, he toured extensively as a session player, performing with acts like The Velveteins and Marlaena Moore, and opening for artists such as Angel Olsen and Orville Peck, all of which helped him hone his skills. Influenced by Curtis Mayfield and Sunny Ozuna, Kheroufi's minimalist soul sound feels timeless throughout this record which comes after a series of sought-after 7" singles.
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Fridge (LP)
Cat: WW 102. Rel: 14 Jun 24
Ignite (4:11)
Early Spring (6:11)
Fl00t (1:34)
Floating (3:17)
Titan (feat Felix Back) (4:18)
Kotokin (5:55)
Soil (3:33)
Family Death (3:08)
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How Can I Possibly Sleep When There Is Music
Cat: LPNDR 9283. Rel: 30 May 24
Elixir Of Immortality (1:19)
To Pi Ssu Yao (Du Fu) (1:26)
How Can I Possibly Sleep When There Is Music (A Response To Ryokan Taigu) (1:03)
Generous Fool (2:09)
Formal Meditation (Ryokan Taigu) (0:41)
The Rain Has Not Yet Cleared (1:12)
Self-Portrait (Bohdan Ihor Anyonych) (1:28)
Don't Be Jealous (A Response To Jalal Al-Din Muhammad Rumi) (2:15)
Thoughts In Exile (1:21)
If Your Heart Remains Unchanged (Ryokan Taigu) (0:31)
I Knew It Would Be You! (Ryokan Taigu) (5:55)
I Pass The Evening Slowly (2:45)
4 Poems (Yosano Akiko) (2:31)
Dreaming Of Li Bai (Du Fu) (5:20)
Thoughts While Travelling (1:53)
Ars Poetica 2 (Bohdan Ihor Anyonych) (0:45)
The Frog That Wants To Make Itself As Big As An Ox (Jean De La Fontaine) (2:46)
Midsummer (Ryokan Taigu) (2:23)
If Birds Are Silent (WWE Ross) (2:09)
What Luck! (Ryokan Taigu) (2:37)
You Made Me Sing! (A Response To Jalal Al-Din Muhammad Rumi) (3:16)
Elixir Of Immortality (part 2) (2:38)
Wasting (Li Bai) (2:37)
Fugitive Song (A Response To Rainer Maria Rilke's "sonnet #3") (2:55)
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Midnight Crisp (remixed)
Cat: FW 273. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Choy Soda (Waajeeds Hi-Tech Jazz remix) (6:06)
Dead End Dance (Kaidi Tatham remix) (4:47)
Review: Takuya Kuroda is a highly respected trumpeter and arranger from Kobe, Japan but now based in New York City. Midnight Crisp was his seventh studio album and now First World has had a selection of cuts from it remixed. 'Choy Soda' gets superb treatment in the form of Waajeed's Hi-Tech Jazz remix which jumbles the trumpet motifs with shuffling drums and future soul. On the flip, 'Dead End Dance' gets a signature Kaidi Tatham remix that brings the broken beats and sunny sounds to the fore with more languid jazz notes adding sultriness.
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The Universe Is Magic
Cat: WW 073. Rel: 14 Jun 24
Love Is The Key (Keyapella mix) (2:07)
Flute Passion (6:10)
Face The Flute (edit) (5:55)
Love Is The Key (5:29)
Flute Passion (Daz I Kue remix) (7:11)
Drumz Of Love (part 1) (6:07)
Love Is The Key (Kofi The Unknown remix) (5:34)
Played by: Pete Haigh
 in stock $17.70
Lumbago (numbered 180 gram vinyl LP + insert limited to 100 copies)
Cat: UJM 002. Rel: 06 Jun 24
Womit (feat Kacper Krupa)
Mewy (feat Marek Pospieszalski)
 in stock $38.84
On The Edge Of The Horizon EP
Cat: SOLEASPECT 006. Rel: 24 Jun 24
Rise To The Top (5:54)
Like A Dream (5:43)
Our World (5:05)
Rose Colored Glasses (4:37)
Review: Jenifa Mayanja is a favourite amongst true deep house heads. Her work is smoky, jazzy, and emotive, and has come on labels like Underground Quality before now. Here she arrives on the sixth EP from fledgling but already cultured label Sole Aspect and shows off her sophisticated sound once more. 'Rise To The Top' is full of elegant harmonies and jazz melodies that dance on pulsing rhythms, 'Like A Dream' brings spiritual vocals to bold chords and dusty drums while 'Our World' has piano lines floating high over the languid drums and bass. 'Rose Colored Glasses' has fresh melodies and challenging synths that defy usual genre norms and bring all new ideas to deep house. This is music that elevates mind, body and soul.
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Paris (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: 198028 03501. Rel: 14 Jun 24
Mon Die Senie (4:29)
Walking With Satie (3:53)
Pere Lachaise (3:35)
Miles And Miles Of Miles (2:07)
Jazz Is Paris (4:53)
Rue Dauphine (3:19)
Paris Paris (5:01)
Je T'aime Moi Non Plus (4:21)
Club Le Narcisse (3:19)
La Main Parisienne (5:01)
Driving Into Delirium (2:18)
Revenge Of The Flowers (4:05)
In The Absence Of The Parisienne (4:03)
Anthem (3:46)
Who The Hell Is Sonia Rykiel? (6:12)
Paris Un (instrumental) (5:03)
Paris Deux (instrumental) (3:34)
Paris Trois (instrumental) (9:29)
Paris Quatre (instrumental) (3:32)
Review: Malcolm McLaren, probaly best known for managing the New York Dolls and the Sex Pistols, left a significant mark on pop culture as a writer, musician, and fashion designer. His 1994 album Paris, produced by Robin Millar (Sade, The Style Council, Everything But The Girl) on the French Vogue label, is now available on vinyl for the first time. The reissue coincides with the upcoming Paris Olympic Games, where the lead track 'Paris Paris' featuring Catherine Deneuve has been officially adopted and is expected to gain widespread attention. The album also includes collaborations with Francoise Hardy and Amina, making it a notable showcase of McLaren's eclectic artistry.
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 in stock $22.72
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