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Singles
Cat: GAMM 127. Rel: 16 Jan 19
  1. Trouble In My Way (Afshin & Kiss My Black Jazz edit) (7:42)
  2. The Riot (Afshin & Kiss My Black Jazz edit) (6:00)
Review: Something a little different from G.A.M.M here, as Parisian DJ Afshin joins forces with the mysterious Kiss My Black Jazz to offer up two incendiary edits. The real surprise killer is A-side "Trouble In My Way", which subtly turns a blues-era recording of a traditional slave sing-along into a handclap-heavy chunk of infectious gospel-house brilliance. It takes a little time to build up, but when the heavier beats drop midway through you'll have dancers eating out of the palm of your hand. Flipside "The Riot" sees them make merry with a Hammond-heavy chunk of 1960s jazz-funk, extending and reworking the cut to make it suitably sweaty, heavy and life affirming.
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Jesuino Galo Doido (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: GAMM 129. Rel: 10 Dec 18
  1. Jesuino Galo Doido (Afshin & Black Jazz edit)
  2. Make It Reggae (Afshin & Black Jazz edit)
Review: Earlier in the month, Parisian producer Afshin joined forces with Kiss My Black Jazz and served up a brilliant, two-track missive of jazz-funk and blues-house reworks on G.A.M.M. Here they reunite for round two. This time round, they begin by reworking a shuffling, chant-along Afro-Brazilian gem of unknown origin, extending the carnival-ready percussive intro before unleashing the shuffling, sun-kissed samba rhythm and some of the sweetest vocals this side of a sing-along in a chocolate factory. Over on side B they give a similar tune to a killer chunk of reggae-funk fusion rich in warm dub bass, bongo-laden beats, bluesy guitar solos, fuzzy horns and James Brown style guttural vocals.
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Cat: CRS 513. Rel: 15 Jun 18
  1. Can't Stop Dancing (5:30)
  2. Can't Stop Dancing (Disco mix) (5:38)
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Cat: BAC 001. Rel: 17 Apr 19
  1. Goin' To See My Baby (6:03)
  2. Backstrokin' (5:58)
Review: First up on the freshly minted Bacalao imprint is Bosq, a Ubiquity Records contributor renowned for his blends of funk, soul and sweaty South American music. While the heavy horns featured on this release were recorded in Bogota, the producer's usual Colombian flavour takes a back seat as he joins forces with Kaleta to deliver two covers of Fatback Band classics. First up is "Goin' To See My Baby", which is re-imagined as a fuzzy funk workout rich in rasping horns, tropical guitar flourishes and woodblock-driven Latin disco percussion. Arguably even better is the duo's cover of "Backstrokin'", which is given a Barrio-funk flavour complete with prominent bass, heavy-hitting horn motifs and excitable lead vocals.
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  1. Joe Burrell With Kae Williams Orchestra - "There Was A Time Aka Our Love Is Dying" (2:40)
  2. Pookie Hudson - "This Gets To Me" (2:07)
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Cat: SNDW 7021. Rel: 14 Jun 16
  1. Nobody Wants To (3:09)
  2. Nobody Wants To (instrumental) (3:10)
Review: Bouncing his time between Antibalas and his Marcos Garcia and Chico Mann projects, Chico returns after several years of silence with a sweet slice of lolloping broken soul. With its soft padded synths and cotton wool hug of Kendra Morris's vocals, there's a delicate tumble to proceedings as we nod and slide into a sound that's remained in its own soul universe since emerging almost 20 years ago. When done as well and with as much authenticity as this, it's timeless.
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Praise EP Sampler Volume Two (12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: PRAISE 0318. Rel: 20 Feb 20
  1. Crowns Of Glory - "Lord, Look At Your People" (Joaquin Joe Claussell mix) (5:48)
  2. Keith Barrow - "A World Of Lonely People" (Joaquin Joe Claussell mix) (7:37)
Review: If the rich history of US gospel soul, funk and disco gets your juices flowing, you need this new 12" from Joaquin 'Joe' Claussell in your life. As with many of the storied producer's edit-focused 12" singles, it has been pressed in limited quantities and should therefore be grabbed before all the copies disappear. On the A-side he offers up a tidy, dancefloor-focused tweak of Crowns of Glory's hard-to-find 1976 gospel soul cut "Lord, Look At Your People", brilliantly teasing out the intro before unleashing the song in all its inspiring righteousness. Over on the flip Clausell turns his attention to the Clavinet-heavy, Blaxploitation-era gospel disco anthem that is Keith Barrow's equally as inspired 1977 gem "A World Of Lonely People".
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Tileyard Improvisations Vol 1 (limited heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: GB 1525. Rel: 21 Oct 14
  1. Chronology
  2. Dusk Mass
  3. Theatre Of The Absurd
  4. Animate Expanse
 in stock $9.19
EP 2 (12")
Cat: EGLO 42. Rel: 18 Dec 18
  1. Black Is Key (7:24)
  2. Man Made (4:21)
  3. Orbiting Uhura (6:13)
  4. The Vault Descends (5:27)
Review: UK legend Dego and killer keys-man Kaidi Tatham have been in a rich vein of form of late, dropping brilliant EPs on Eglo, Sound Signature and Rush Hour (the latter under their 2000Black alias). Here, they return to Eglo with four more slices of warm, rich, soul-flecked fluidity. As with previous outings, much of the material has a laidback jazz-funk feel, particularly "Orbiting Uhara" and the delicious "The Vault Descends" (think bustling bruk rhythms and darting boogie synths). They also offer up some tougher, synth-laden bruk-funk in the shape of "Man Made", while "Black Is Key" sees them unfurl a head-nodding vocal roller.
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Cat: EGLO 32. Rel: 16 Jan 14
  1. Ankle Injury (3:30)
  2. Acting Up On That Shit Don't Count (6:08)
  3. Don't Remain The Same (5:19)
  4. Carrots & Sesame (3:59)
Review: Yes Eglo! Alex Nut and crew turn to two elder statesmen of London beat science in Dego and Kaidi Tatham for a killer induction into the art of crafting 'broken beat bullets'. For those who don't possess the necessary knowledge, Dego is the most familiar handle of Dennis McFarlane, founding member of 4Hero and responsible for so much good music over the years, and Tatham has an equally important role in the whole Broken Beat movement, being an integral member of the Bugz In the Attic collective. The pair have worked together previously on numerous occasions and they are on top form here with lead track "Ankle Injury" demonstrating a perfect balance of melody and crafty rhythm. Imagine Theo and Floating Points collaborating and your heads in the right spot to enjoy this track and "Acting Up On That Shit Don't Count" which is the sort of music you could imagine RAMP to be making if they were on the rise today. Do check the sumptuous piano and Rhodes vibes on final cut "Carrots & Sesame"!!
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  1. Digital Afrika - "Babalu Aye" (5:39)
  2. Kiko Navarro & Nickodemus - "Cacao Ceremony" (feat Florencia & Kevin Nathaniel Hylton) (9:06)
  3. Randomized Coffee - "Barake" (feat Kalifa Kone & Kadi Coulibaly - club mix) (6:44)
  4. Chris Annibell - "Ye No Ntem" (feat Rozie Gyems - Afrokinetic mix) (7:05)
Played by: Jacques Renault
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  1. Kool & The Gang, Gene Redd - "Give It Up" (DJ Soopasoul edit) (4:04)
  2. Aretha Franklin - "Rock Steady" (DJ Soopasoul edit) (3:30)
Review: Fast-fingered mash-up merchant and lauded scalpel fiend DJ Soopasoul can usually be relied upon to bring the goods. In fact, we've yet to hear an edition of his "Soopastole Edits" series that doesn't include the kind of sure-fire, party-starting fare guaranteed to get any DJ out of a dancefloor hole of their own making. Should you still doubt the validity of this statement, we suggest you check this timely reissue of the series' second volume, which has been going for serious bucks online. On side A you'll find a suitably punchy, funky and chunky revision of Kool & The Gang's Gene Redd produced 1970 jam "Give It Up" - the original source of one of hip-hops most familiar breakbeats - with a tight, club-ready revision of Aretha Franklin classic "Rock Steady" on the flip.
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Change (7")
Cat: PVS 004. Rel: 04 Dec 18
  1. Change (vocal version) (3:46)
  2. Change (instrumental version) (3:48)
 in stock $10.28
  1. Eventide (14:12)
  2. Introduction (4:42)
  3. Happy Gamma Ray (15:13)
Review: The first release from the Axis Audiophile Series. Jeff Mills has formed an electronic jazz fusion band and this 12? is a recording of their recent performance in Kobe during the TodaysArt.JP Festival. Mills manages the decks, drums and percussion and is joined Detroit legend and Underground Resistance stalwart Gerald Mitchell (Los Hermanos/Galaxy 2 Galaxy), keyboardist Yumiko Ohno and bassist Kenji Jino. "Eventide" has the same kind of urban, uplifting soul as anything Kaidi Thatham or Mark de Clive-Lowe have made and isn't bad at all! On the flip "Happy Gamma Ray" features uplifting keys and emotive chords backed by funk bass and one of Mills' unmistakeable 909 drum machine workouts. It really seems that there's no limit to this Motor City legend's creativity which has spanned nearly 30 years and we're excited about this new chapter in the Wizard's sonic universe.
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  1. K Frimpong & His Cubano Fiestas - "Kyenkyen Bi Adi M'awu" (4:25)
  2. Ebo Taylor - "Heaven" (4:15)
Review: Two Ghanaian grooves from 1977 on Mr Bongo's perennial Afro 45s series. First up the legendary K Frimpong with what is largely believed to be his biggest track of the era: "Kyenkyen Bi Adi M'awu". A tight fusion of highlight guitars and much more persistent organs and percussion, it's a timeless example of Afrobeat's finest fusion. Flip for Ebo Taylor's "Heaven". Released on his debut album that's regularly spotted passing hands for $500, full focus here is on the horn sections. Bold, major chords and tightly wrapped around the woodblock rhythm; just sit back and let the instrumentation saturate you. Heavenly.
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Devotion (12")
Cat: EGLO 066. Rel: 05 Sep 19
  1. K15 (Devotion) (7:27)
  2. Patrick Gibin (Cloud Nine) (6:11)
Review: Eglo Records' 10th birthday celebrations are in full swing. They've already notched up a riotous birthday party that got rave reviews, and later in the year will release a brand new compilation of previously unheard treats. It's this collection that's being trailed here via Kieran "K15" Ifill's "Devotion", a dancefloor-focused chunk of soul-flecked broken beat that Ego co-founder Alexander Nut recently described as "music for the mind, body and soul". Over on the flip there's a vinyl-only exclusive in the shape of Ifill's remix of Patrick Gibin and Javonntte's recent jazz-funk fired soulful house workout "Cloud 9". Ifill opts for a heavy bruk-up flavour, wrapping soulful musical elements from the original around punchy, loose-limbed beats and speaker-bothering low-end pressure.
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Cat: PINGIPUNG 54. Rel: 26 Oct 16
  1. Siguera (feat Ogoya Nengo) (3:32)
  2. Gonda (feat Mr Karisa Kobe) (3:23)
 in stock $14.87
Mr Diva (translucent green vinyl 7")
Cat: F-UR 7378. Rel: 05 Jul 19
  1. Mr Diva (3:47)
  2. Hungry Man, Angry Man (3:59)
 in stock $12.17
(Where Is The) Sunshine (7" + MP3 download code)
Cat: CHUWANAGA 003. Rel: 08 Jun 18
  1. (Where Is The) Sunshine (part I) (4:07)
  2. (Where Is The) Sunshine (part II) (3:40)
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Korobela (12" + insert)
Cat: AFS 043. Rel: 16 Jan 20
  1. Indaba Kabani (5:40)
  2. Victim (5:18)
  3. Why (5:27)
  4. Korobela (5:36)
  5. Mjukeit (5:04)
  6. Atikatareni (4:36)
Review: Dutch label Afrosynth's latest dig into the South African scene of the 1980s and '90s focuses on the career of Kamazu, a prolific artist who released six albums and a handful of killer singles between 1986 and '97. It's a great collection, combining his better-known hits - the mid-80s boogie goodness of "Korobela" and superb 1991 Kwaito smash "Indaba Kabani" - with a quartet of lesser-known cuts from his bulging catalogue. Our picks include the slo-mo Kwaito dreaminess of "Atikatareni" and the cheery, synth bass-propelled brilliance of "Victim", though the standard throughout is dizzyingly high. A must-have for all those who love the distinctive warm, dreamy and synth-heavy sound of South African dance music from the late '80s and early '90s.
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Kick Drunk Love (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MATE 007. Rel: 11 Jul 16
  1. Sidewalks
  2. Where's Ralf?
  3. No Grace
  4. Pigmy
  5. Stage Left
  6. Leaving
Review: Dave Aju, Alland Byallo, Kenneth Scott and Marc Smith joined together as KAMM, resulting in a mini-album called Kick Drunk Love for marcel Vogel's Amsterdam based label Intimate Friends.iDescribed in a press release as being influenced by the artists' "love of early '90s MoWax era laid-back beats," it features Barrite on lead vocals (with Byallo and Scott also contributing vocals), Smith on guitar, Byallo on trumpet and Scott on Moog synth. There's a couple guest appearances as well: Damian Schwartz plays some bass on "Sidewalks" and Eureka provides "a hell of a [vacuum] rev" on "Stage Left."
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Happiness (12")
Cat: PMG 029EP. Rel: 14 Oct 16
  1. Happiness (6:03)
  2. Nwanne, Nwanne, Nwanne (6:29)
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Denya (12")
Cat: STEDIT 007. Rel: 30 Oct 19
  1. Djessou Mory Kante - "Denya" (Ben Gomori edit) (7:30)
  2. Orchestra Baobab - "Sibou Odia" (Ben Gomori edit) (6:40)
Review: The Sterns Edits series, which sees London producer Ben Gomori touch-up and rework gems from the vast catalogue of world music label and distributors Sterns Music, continues to deliver must-have gems. On this seventh installment, he first turns his attention to "Denya" from Djessou Mory Kante's 2014 album "River Strings - Maninka Guitar". Gomori's version is breezy but club-focused, layering Kante's evocative lead guitar and smooth fretless bass atop a gently bouncy Afro-house groove. Arguably even better is his jaunty, life-affirming revision of Senegalese Afro-Cuban band Orchestra Baobab's brilliant but hard to find gem "Sibou Odia", which sees him make merry with punchy horns, glistening guitars and infectious rhythms.
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  1. Siakwaa/Nana Agyei (Medley) (4:23)
  2. Odo Agye Gye Me (3:41)
Review: The Polyversal Souls are renowned for the strength of their collaborative singles, which to date have featured all manner of legends and rising stars from the underground African music scene. This time around, the German-Ghanaian band provides high-grade backing for guest vocalist Frank Karikari, son of legendary Highlife musician Ralph Karikari. The A-side medley of "Siakwaa/Nana Agyei" is particularly good, with Karikari's confident lead vocal rising above shuffling, soft-focus drums and ear-catching juju guitars. Flipside cut "Odo Agye Gye Me" is great, too, offering a slightly more upbeat and undeniably percussive fusion of highlife/Afrobeat fusion.
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Keep On Doin' Whatcha' Doin' (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: EXS 012. Rel: 30 Jan 19
  1. Keep On Doin' Whatcha' Doin' (part 1) (4:27)
  2. Keep On Doin' Whatcha' Doin' (part 2) (3:41)
Review: Expansions' latest essential reissue takes us back to 1980 and the much sought after seven-inch edition of singer Ty Karim's collaboration with lesser-known soul man George Griffin. "Keep On Doin' Whatcha' Doin'" was written and produced by Karim's other half Kent Harris and, like the original seven inch, appears here in two parts. The glorious A-side version is a lolloping chunk of disco-era sweet soul rich in soaring orchestration, fluttering flutes and Marvin Gaye/Tammi Tyrell style duet vocals from Karim and Griffin. Part two focuses more on the killer groove and the duo's impassioned improvised vocalizations, with a variety of tasty solos helping to whip things into a mid-tempo dancefloor frenzy.
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Kashmere (7")
Cat: ATH 072. Rel: 15 Nov 18
  1. Kashmere (5:00)
  2. Scorpio (4:43)
Review: Athens Of The North strike gold once again as we head to Texas, circa early 70s, for two more big funk gems from the Now Again vaults. Only previously available on albums (which were all known to be limited to about 1000 units) both "Kashmere" and "Scorpio" get the full 45" treatment. The former ignites with a lavish horn salvo before dropping into a trumpet led blues groove, while the latter leans back on a smoother jazz boogie groove. Both absolutely crunch.
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BBE
Cat: BBE 178SLP. Rel: 06 May 11
  1. Day Into Night (feat Stephanie McKay)
  2. Day Into Night (instrumental)
 in stock $5.94
  1. El Toro (4:34)
  2. Snowstorm (11:29)
  3. Quasar Infection (4:39)
  4. Nogie (9:45)
  5. Thunder & Sea Gypsys (Medley) (12:36)
Review: Last year, Nunorthern Soul unveiled the first part of their Ryo Kawasaki retrospective. While that focused on selected works created by the Japanese jazz guitarist between 1979 and '83 - including a couple of strong nods towards disco - this follow-up looks at material recorded and released between '76 and '80. There's plenty to enjoy, from the Abbey Road-era Beatles-meets-Courtney Pine vibes of "Snowstorm" and George Benson-in-space trip of "Quasar Infection", to the freestyle, synth-laden jazz-funk madness that is "Nogie". Arguably best of all, though, is "Thunder & Sea Gypsies (Medley)", an impossible-to-pigeonhole journey that moves from krautrock style looseness to cosmic jazz via some thrillingly psychedelic wig-outs.
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Played by: Kalita Records
 in stock $11.63
  1. We Came To Bring The Funk (4:10)
  2. Feel Da Funk (4:00)
 in stock $14.06
Eternally Grateful (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: LR 8. Rel: 21 Nov 18
  1. Eternally Grateful (4:36)
  2. Eternally Dubful (4:06)
Review: Earlier in the autumn, obscure 1980s imprint Local Records - a label run out of the Tottenham-based home studio of London reggae and soul producer John Collins - sprung back to life with a reissue of Rick Clarke's sumptuous '80s soul slow jam "Love With A Stranger". Collins has decided to follow that up with a new edition of his 1984 production for Janet Kay, "Eternally Grateful". It's another electrofunk gem, with Kay's deliciously sweet vocal rising above reggae style horns, jangling pianos and a killer synthesizer bassline. As with the Clarke record, the flip features Collins' original dub revision ("Eternally Dubful"), a more stripped-back, echo-laden affair that's worth the entrance price on its own.
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Played by: Jura Soundsystem
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Nothin Like U (limited 12")
Cat: 190759 270615. Rel: 18 Mar 19
  1. Chances (instrumental version) (3:17)
  2. It Was Meant 2 B (bonus track) (3:37)
  3. Track 3 (3:59)
Review: Since the success of his breathlessly good debut album 99.9% in 2016, Kaytranada has become one of the most in-demand producers on the future R&B and leftfield hip-hop scenes. Here he takes a break from remixing Robert Glasper and producing Craig David records to drop three high-grade instrumental versions of tracks included on last year's U.S-only "Nothin Like U" EP. "Chances", a gorgeous mix of spacey chords, crunchy MPC beats, intergalactic synths and lilting melodies, sets the tone, before he reaches for the pianos on the low-down fusion of twinkling pianos, rolling beats and raw bass that is "It Was Meant 2 B". Closer "Track 3", meanwhile, is a sparkling slab of unfussy positivity.
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Cat: DBS 1011. Rel: 04 Feb 20
  1. High Enough (4:21)
  2. Forever (4:12)
Review: Four years have passed since Breakin' Bread alumnus Kazahaya last appeared on Disco Bits with a tasty edit of a lesser-known version of the Jackson Sisters' "Miracles". This follow-up is therefore well overdue. A-side "High Enough" is an absolute dancefloor bomb - a tidy fusion of musical elements from Rare Pleasure's string-laden disco classic "Let Me Down Easy" and breathless vocal samples seemingly lifted from one of the many versions of "Ain't No Mountain High Enough". Flipside "Forever" is another driving disco workout built around another heavily orchestrated, everything-but-the-kitchen sink 1970s production. It's as breathless and life affirming as the A-side, which is no bad thing.
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Cat: TKDISCORSD2015 PT1. Rel: 25 Apr 15
  1. I Get Lifted (3:02)
  2. I Get Lifted (Todd Terje edit) (7:09)
Review: A limited yellow vinyl funk odyssey from Record Store Day, "I Get Lifted" is taken from KC & The Sunshine Band's second album (1975) Still sounding shiny and floor-minded, the original stands the test of time incredibly well. Todd Terje's edit, however, takes it to another level; upping the tempo (and, possibly, the key), he's extended the right places, added a little more emphasis on the kicks and made sure we can't miss the breakdowns and instrumental sections.
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Creating Majek (double 7")
Cat: ZP 31. Rel: 10 Sep 19
  1. Can You Feel The Love (feat Lisa Taylor) (4:24)
  2. My Only Love (feat Lisa Taylor) (4:01)
  3. This Love Is Magic (feat Chanel - Soul Rockers mix) (3:48)
  4. When It Rains (feat Cleveland Jones) (4:39)
Review: It would be fair to say that Dee "Kejam" Majek (real name Oladisun Majekodunmi) is something of a veteran, with the Nigeria-born writer, musician and label owner producing his first released music way back in the early 1980s. This double seven-inch single marks his debut for Izipho Soul, and his first release of any sort since 2016 debut album "Majek". There's much to admire throughout, from the slick '80s soul warmth of Lisa Taylor collaborations "Can You Feel The Love" and "My Only Love" - the latter featuring a slight two-step soul feel - to the electrofunk-influenced R&B shuffle of Chanel hook-up "This Love Is Magic (Soul Rockers Mix)" and the toasty, dewy-eyed goodness of "When It Rains", which features lovely lead vocals from Cleveland Jones.
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Cat: ZP 33. Rel: 10 Sep 19
  1. Let It Go (feat Juanita Wynn) (4:04)
  2. Back Together (feat Derick Pierre) (3:41)
Played by: I Love 45's!
 in stock $12.97
Cat: LGF 001. Rel: 01 Nov 17
  1. Yeah Rhythm (Lego Jazz 4 AM) (6:49)
  2. Yeah Alright (Lego Funk Touch) (6:05)
Review: Another month, another freshly minted re-edit imprint. This one comes from Italy and appears to be the work of upstart editors Lego Edit and Bio. Fans of bossa revivalist Nicola Conte should enjoy A-side "Yeah Rhythm (Lego Jazz 4AM)", which brilliantly blends elements from a dusty bossa classic with what appear to be horns, vocals and other choice samples from a Fela Kuti classic. It's an interesting idea, brilliantly executed. On the flipside you'll find "Yeah Alright", a more traditional re-edit of the same source material with a few extra horn stabs here and there to keep the dancefloor bubbling.
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Cat: OSV 112. Rel: 07 Mar 14
  1. Change Your Ways
  2. What’s That On Your Finger
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Cat: T 54230. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. Girl You Need A Change Of Mind
  2. Goin Up In Smoke
Review: Motown presents Eddie's 'Girl You Need A Change Of Mind', a mind-blowingly anthemic number, the kind of cut that burnt up dancefloors
when it first came out, and which has continued to please countless generations, through house, hip hop, funk, and beyond!
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Cat: GAMM 140. Rel: 09 Oct 19
  1. The Light Of You (Al Kent edit) (8:29)
  2. Sing A Song (Al Kent edit) (7:28)
Review: Glaswegian disco overlord Al Kent is particularly fond of dusty, hard-to-find records that combine great grooves with the kind of sugary, flowing orchestration that marks out some of the greatest late-'70s dancefloor records. It's these records that he tends to re-edit. He's at it again here on a surprise two-track GAMM outing. Check first A-side "The Light Of You", a peak-time ready Stevie cover version disco cut that adds a myriad of instrumental solos to a heavily orchestrated backing track originally recorded by latin disco soul outfit LaSo. It's rather good, all told, as is the wild flipside Latin jazz-funk workout "Sing A Song". It's pretty sweaty and even boasts some serious eyes-closed guitar solo action (along with tons of authentic South American percussion).
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Traffic (7")
Cat: SP45 022. Rel: 05 Nov 19
  1. Traffic (instrumental) (3:24)
  2. Cajun Jollof (instrumental) (3:28)
 in stock $13.52
Cat: ATFA 026LP. Rel: 30 Jun 17
  1. Say You Love Me (5:09)
  2. Make Me Your Lover (5:26)
  3. Crosslines (5:14)
  4. Enjoy It (5:11)
 in stock $13.80
Meghalaya (12")
Cat: SHNT 5. Rel: 29 Mar 19
  1. Meghalaya (4:41)
  2. They Call Me (2:41)
  3. Georgia's Track (4:36)
  4. Bitterness (3:07)
  5. Nuketown (3:59)
  6. Whole Lotta Shine (4:59)
  7. Good Things (2:54)
 in stock $8.11
Cat: EX 7001. Rel: 11 Aug 14
  1. Can You Feel My Love
  2. Whatever It Takes
Played by: I Love 45's!
 in stock $8.64
Surinam Jazz (hand-numbered 1-sided 12" limited to 35 copies)
Cat: 0444464 LP. Rel: 06 Feb 18
  1. Kolibangbang (5:30)
  2. Winti Dance For The Snake (3:23)
  3. Badji Maina (4:09)
  4. Mungo Man Rumba (3:52)
  5. Manpira (2:57)
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 in stock $34.01
Gully Son (7")
Cat: BBRG 006. Rel: 05 Apr 18
  1. Gully Son (feat Jungle Fire & Caro Cobo) (4:23)
  2. Woza Beat (feat The Harry Bells Band) (4:10)
 in stock $11.89
Found You (7")
Cat: LTR 002. Rel: 21 Jan 20
  1. Found You (3:38)
  2. Found You (instrumental) (3:37)
 in stock $13.80
Cat: FNR 118. Rel: 26 Apr 19
  1. Sakura Chan (3:05)
  2. Seabass (3:57)
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You Got Me Spinning (7" limited to 250 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: FNR 117. Rel: 26 Apr 19
  1. You Got Me Spinning (feat Kim Dawson) (3:21)
  2. Back It Up Or Pack It Up (2:11)
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Cat: DINK 007. Rel: 09 Feb 18
  1. Back Chattin (2:35)
  2. Fat Chance (3:07)
Review: Serious funk fans should already know about the King Rooster, a four-piece revivalist heavy funk outfit that released a trio of killer 7" singles in 2017. The band's first outing of 2018 is every bit as essential as its predecessors, with both cuts offering an attractive blend of sweaty, doubles-friendly drum breaks, razor-sharp guitars and wild, Meters-style Hammond organ solos. Of the two, it's undoubtedly lead cut "Back Chattin" that's the heavier and most insatiable of the two, primarily thanks to some surf-influenced guitar riffs, heavy bass and just the right amount of organ solo action. That said, the Breakestra-esque B-side is pretty darn tidy, too.
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