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Wan Poku Moro (One Tune More) (Radio Slave extended edit)
Cat: REKIDS 232. Rel: 08 May 24
Wan Poku Moro (One Tune More) (Radio Slave extended edit) (9:59)
Wan Poku Moro (One Tune More) (Riva Starr remix) (6:12)
Review: 2000 And One is one of many artistic alter-egos of Dylan Hermelyn, the Netherlands producer whose credits stretch as far back as 1990. A staple of the Amsterdam techno scene and a prominent fixture of Dutch House generators 100% Pure and later Delsin, Hermelyn's contributions at the very least verge on timeless and closing track 'Wan Poku Moro' from 2009's full-length album, Heritage, is among the top contenders for this crown. The track is a bongo-laden bustler full of the lively implied sounds of city life and clocks in at eight minutes in its attempt to reach the awesome heights of the house music sublime; here, however, comes Radio Slave and Riva Starr on this Rekids reinterpretation, both of whom pare the track back to its bassiest and pulsiest constituent parts, albeit to their own ends.
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Played by: RADIO SLAVE
 in stock $15.36
Conscious Dream (Record Store Day RSD 2024)
Cat: KMLP 004. Rel: 07 May 24
Starlight Strobe (4:23)
Moments In Time (5:21)
Wanna Move U (4:34)
Octo-matic (4:14)
Sunbeams (6:02)
This Time (3:19)
We Got The Groove (3:59)
Been Waiting (5:22)
Tonight (4:16)
Glow In The Dark (3:58)
Do You Remember? (4:42)
Moonlight In Dub (4:08)
 in stock $31.77
ALMACKS 03
Cat: ALMACKS 03. Rel: 01 May 24
Track 1 (6:23)
Track 2 (5:37)
Track 3 (3:49)
Track 4 (3:32)
Track 5 (4:36)
Review: Mega-exclusive, exquisite house, funk and disco editry from Almacks, who follow up two just-as-delightful introductions to the series with a welcome third. This furtive operation is almost entirely mediated by retailers like us, and is billed as a purveyor of 'tried and tested sure-shots' in very limited runs, whose coveted lipid discs help bolster "community in secret places". Of course, what would be a sense of community without a sense of exclusivity to match? The crux of the art of the five tracks here, though all largely instrumental, is indeed penetrable; all the numbers here home in on the glisteny downtime moments heard on many a classic disco and funk tune, in which time seems to stop, nerves grow tender, and high strings and ghostly vocals take flight. Keep an eye on this series; it reminds us of a funkier-intoned Ghost Phone; 'Track 4' is the real odd highlight.
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 in stock $16.95
Rainbow EP
Cat: ADID 105. Rel: 30 Apr 24
Rainbow (9:01)
Amulet (8:04)
Moon Dust (8:16)
Review: Now well past the 100 releases mark, All Day I Dream continues to serve up perfect escapist house sounds for those who like to get lost in lush melodic realms while dancing. Amonita is behind this latest such offering and 'Rainbow' pens with shimmering pads and airy beats that are topped with an emotive little vocal hook. 'Amulet' then brings bubbling drums, pads and exotic percussive sounds to another rolling groove and 'Moon Dust' closes down with a mix of sweeping pads, serene chords and super smooth grooves.
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 in stock $16.95
MINI 003
MINI 003 (7" + insert + sticker)
Cat: APLWAXMINI 003. Rel: 01 May 24
MINI 003 (A) (4:44)
MINI 003 (B) (5:20)
Review: Apparel Wax on Apparel Music records has recently started a 7" series of which this is the third instalment of. These 45 DJ friendly records are sure to be hits with house music DJs and fans both. The music does the talking as the tracks are simply called 'Track 1' and 'Track 2'. The first blends jazz, funk into a house instrumental frenzy that has all the makings of a classic late night success. The second one is quite unusual and unique, adding a broken almost jungle beat that goes great with the piano. This gives us some real early 90s UK rave flashbacks! This versatile 7" should go over great with those who hear it!
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Played by: Kisk
 in stock $19.60
BKC 001
BKC 001 (12")
Cat: BKC 001. Rel: 30 May 24
Alex Arnout - "Tell U" (7:03)
Robert James - "Talk To Me" (5:25)
Adam & Rossa - "F Pace" (6:33)
Henry Hyde - "Descender" (5:47)
Review: Beatnik Collective kicks off with a smooth and sophisticated strain of deep house which takes its cues from minimal without shirking on warmth. Just bask in the cosy chords and elegant micro samples driving Alex Arnout's 'Tell U', or get a little cheeky with the sharp drum edits and subliminal synth lines of Robert James' 'Talk To Me'. Adam & Rossa tip in the direction of trance-y house with dreamy cruiser 'F Pace', and Henry Hyde savours the dubby flavour of his chords on 'Descender' for a perfect after hours confection.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $14.57
Dreaming (Record Store Day RSD 2024)
Cat: SSINT 001. Rel: 07 May 24
Dreaming (5:03)
Dreaming (Jungle mix) (4:59)
What's This World Coming To (4:44)
What's This World Coming To (instrumental) (4:46)
Review: Originally released on the cult V4 Visions label in 1991 & 1994, Ashaye's 'Dreaming' and 'What's This World Coming To' epitomised the essence of street soul, a genre blending soul, r&b, and hip-hop that resonated across London's pirate radio stations in the 1990s. With the surge in UK soul's popularity in recent years, DJs and tastemakers have championed these tracks which has in turn elevated their demand and value. 'Dreaming' has become nearly unattainable on the second-hand market, while 'What's This World Coming To' commands prices upwards of L50. Snap up this fully licensed RSD release however and you will have both tracks for an affordable price.
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 in stock $16.95
Flowers EP
Flowers EP (12" repress)
Cat: SS 048. Rel: 13 May 24
Andrew Ashong & Theo Parrish - "Flowers" (8:55)
Andrew Ashong - "Take It Slow" (7:11)
Andrew Ashong - "The Way She Moves" (short version) (5:21)
Review: At first glance, the pairing of Forest Hill resident Andrew Ashong and Sound Signature boss Theo Parrish would seem strange. But the duo have worked together previously with the Ghanaian born vocalist (and supposed owner of a vinyl collection that would make most record shops look like a car boot sale) lending his soulful tones to Parrish's excellent nine minute plus translation of the Hot Chip and Spiritualised affiliated About Group. Whereas that collaboration was more about Ashong's voice being just one element of a production that was undoubtedly Parrish, the three tracks present on the Flowers EP look to showcase what a talent the Londoner is. Those trademark dust filled stacatto rhythms are present in the opening title track, but they never swamp Ashong's killer vocal delivery, while "Take It Slow" is bonafide D funk of the highest order. After the brutal, divisive nature of Theo's kung fu experimentalism on the Any Other Styles EP, these three tracks show him in a wholly new light and hopefully Parrish and Ashong will be making much more music together.
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 in stock $15.10
Autopsy In B Flat (remastered)
Cat: TOKO 9RE. Rel: 02 May 24
Autopsy In B Flat
Kookaburra
Review: Toko gifts us another timeless classic from their esteemed archive, this one penned by Attaboy sometime in 1997. Now highly coveted on 12", the label opts for a mint vinyl reissue that is much more affordable than original copies. 'Autopsy In B Flat' offers a driving, late-night house experience, with compressed, echo-laden percussion blending seamlessly with robust bass lines and intricate lead melodies. Then, 'Kookaburra' captivates with hypnotic percussion and bass, anchoring a dreamy yet dynamic journey. Wafty synth stabs and growling square waves complete the sonic canvas, delivering a grandiose deep house experience.
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 in stock $15.36
Play With My Mind
Cat: CRM 311. Rel: 29 May 24
Play With My Mind (6:37)
Casual Verve (6:13)
Connect (5:31)
Delerium (5:59)
Review: UK house mainstays Audiojack are well entrenched in the house scene and have been forever. They have landed on plenty of key labels, established their own fine outlet, and now land on the respected Crosstown with a fresh deep house offering. 'Play With My Mind' is a nice bubbly cut with 90s chords and deft little vocal sounds. 'Casual Verve' brings some US garage style snares and a gritty, grinding bassline and 'Connect' is oozes cool from the neon synth patterns that bounce over the stripped-back beats. 'Delirium' shuts down with a libidinus vocal hook over turbo charged tech grooves.
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 in stock $14.30
Caravana Planetaria
Cat: MEASURED 001. Rel: 21 May 24
Caravana Planetaria (club mix) (5:50)
Caravana Planetaria (Guitar mix) (5:10)
Caravana Planetaria (Guitar instrumental) (5:10)
Review: Balam's new single 'Caravana Planetaria' has already been widely tested on dance floors across the world and has reportedly never failed to make a mark. First up on the 12" is 'Caravana Planetaria' (club mix) which rides on raw drums with slapping hits and has darkened vocal loops adding the character next to spangled pads. 'Caravana Planetaria' (Guitar mix) brings more freaky energy and tense textures for the dark, later nights in the club and 'Caravana Planetaria' (Guitar instrumental) then closes out with an extra edgy sense of uneasy melody.
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 in stock $18.54
Alue
Alue (limited CD)
Cat: GRSCL 37. Rel: 24 May 24
Alue
Harjuviita
Uimahalli
Sumu I
Lahti
Mantytorni
Sumu II
Nelostorni
Nauha
Review: Banyek is next up on the prolific Lithuanian label Greyscale with Alue, a new album that marks the imprint's 37th full-length overall. It is a typically expansive and immersive listen that takes inspiration from cities like Riga and Espoo. Dub techno, ambient and experimental all infuse the sound waves and the intricate craft of Banyek means you're always hooked onto some small detail as the gentle rhythms flow over you. There are stark melodies and more airy atmospheres, minimalism masterpieces and calming sounds a plenty as this most super exploration of tone, time and texture plays out.
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 in stock $16.69
Hypnotic Grayscale EP
Cat: YECAD 004. Rel: 16 May 24
Hypnotic Grayscale (10:06)
Everything That Is Seen Comes From The Unseen (8:31)
He Restored My Soul (4:25)
Review: Barac is one of the torchbearers for the contemporary minimal scene and a figurehead of the Romanian scene. He shows why he is healed in such high regard with this new three-track EP which kicks off with 'Hypnotic Grayscale,' a nice sleek and elegant minimal roller carefully detailed with aloof vocal sounds. 'Everything That Is Seen' is bright and subtly uplifting with wispy melodies adding a celestial touch and 'He Restored My Soul' then brings a little more otherworldly charm with its woozy pads and smeared vocals over floating and liquid rhythms.
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Tags: Minimal
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Global Essence Sampler Part 2
Cat: DISRWAX 008. Rel: 08 May 24
Barce - "Jazztroit " (feat Roger Versey) (5:22)
Dan Piu - "Ocean" (6:06)
Zarenzeit - "Heard Echoes" (4:10)
Barce - "Jazztroit" (feat Roger Versey - Melchior Sultana remix) (5:52)
Dan Piu - "Whispers Of Goodbye" (6:15)
Zarenzeit - "We Are All The Same " (4:17)
Review: Deep Inspiration Show Records is back with a second part of its Global Essence Sampler and it is another 12" that offers great nourishment for mind, body and soul. Barce from Spain featuring Roger Versey opens up with some slow but heavy house grovers awash with rugged synth loops. Dan Piu's 'Ocean' is an aquatic and dubby roller for bliss doit vibes, and Zarenzeit taps into dreamy old school Italo house on 'Heard Echoes.' The same three artists appear in the same order on the flip with three other originals which tap into deeper Detroit schools of house, Balearic and electro stylings.
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Tags: Minimal
 in stock $16.69
Nominal Attraction
Nominal Attraction (white vinyl 12")
Cat: YOYAKU 010. Rel: 16 May 24
Coinstar (7:33)
Xberg (feat Brick) (8:05)
Nominal Attraction (4:59)
Chord Shift Space (6:35)
Review: Yoyaku hits double figures in style with this fresh slice of minimalism and tech from Bartaub. It's a classy reduction of synthesis sounds and sleek beats into mood soundworlds, with opener 'Coinstar' being full of suspense and tension. 'Xberg' (feat Brick) brings a little glitchy touch to the slapping hits and some ghostly machine sounds permeate the background. 'Nominal Attraction' is a moment to lift your head and gaze at the lush harmonies, glistening pads and celestial tones then 'Chord Shift Space' pulls out to a deep and garage-tinged house sound with hits to die for.
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 in stock $16.16
Nomad
Nomad (2xLP + MP3 download)
Cat: RHM 044. Rel: 16 May 24
Every Morning I Meditate (4:31)
Transcend (Anima Mea) (7:08)
African Skies (7:10)
First Kalimba (5:53)
Back To My Inner Self (5:38)
The Flame (6:25)
Moving Mountains (3:38)
Nomad (album version) (8:47)
Ghibliman (4:58)
Massai (album version) (4:23)
Review: Rush Hour has been a buy-on-sight label for decades, no matter what genre it is dealing in. Lars Bartkuhn keeps that fine reputation alive with his new album Nomad which explores the intersection of jazz, synth, house, ambient and more. 'Every Morning I Meditate' is a soothing opener then 'Transcend' is packed with nodding chords, jazz melodies and vocal coos that are perfectly loungey. 'African Skies' is a quiet piano sound, 'First Kalimba' explores the sound of the unique African instrument over shimmering pads and 'Moving Mountains' is a piece to suspend you in the farthest edges of our cosmos. A superbly intimate and artistic album overall.
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 in stock $25.96
My Love Is Magic: Edits
Cat: NG 142. Rel: 29 May 24
My Love Is Magic (Bushwacka! edit) (6:18)
My Love Is Magic (club mix) (7:16)
My Love Is Magic (Mark Broom dub Retouch) (6:57)
My Love Is Magic (Mark Broom A12 mix) (5:18)
Review: Nu Groove's ongoing edits series turns its attention to one of the legendary NYC's most iconic early release, Bas Noir's 1988 garage-house classic 'My Love Is Magic' - a piano-powered vocal number fronted by two female singers from New Jersey and produced by the Burrell Brothers. Their original club mix is featured (A2), alongside a trio of fresh re-edits. Bushwacka kicks things off with a deeper, more sonically detailed and marginally punchier rework that makes much of the Burrell brothers' percussion and piano stabs, before Mark Broom takes over on side two. His 'dub retouch' fittingly sounds like a piano solo-sporting NYC house dub of the late 1980s - no bad thing in our book - while his more revolutionary 'A12 mix' re-casts the track as a harder, heavier peak-time loop jam.
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 in stock $15.63
B2B2
B2B2 (12")
Cat: SGR 007. Rel: 08 May 24
Bawrut - "Freedom" (6:44)
Lele Sacchi - "Flim Flam" (6:13)
Review: The second instalment of Stolen Goods' Back to Back series brings together two stalwarts of the scene: Italian veteran Lele Sacchi and Italo-Spanish beat master Bawrut. Known for their contributions to the electronic dancefloor landscape, both artists deliver peak-time bangers primed for club euphoria. Bawrut's track showcases his signature blend of retro-future rave, drawing on his extensive experience with labels like Life & Death and Correspondant. Meanwhile, Sacchi, with nearly three decades of DJ experience, infuses his production with funky deep grooves and killer stabs, epitomizing peak-time monster attitude. With nods to acid house and electro-techno, this release epitomises Stolen Goods' ethos of delivering messages From Clubbers to Clubbers, promising dancefloor ecstasy for discerning audiences.
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Played by: Rave Energy
 in stock $19.60
Back To Bahia Vol 4
Cat: MCWR 018. Rel: 20 May 24
Laguna (5:39)
Just Beyond The Sun (5:32)
Review: Celebrated composer, producer, techno talent and ambient craftsman John Beltran is a real Detroit don and now he is back on one of the city's own labels, Motor City Wine, with Volume 4 of Back To Bahia on 7". This one finds him going even deeper than before, starting with 'Laguna', which will soon uplift you with its Afro-Brazilian drums and live bass from James Simonson next to lush keys. 'Just Beyond The Sun' then gets fully Balearic with its mix of sultry trumpet, shuffling and Latin-tinged rhythms and wispy cosmic chords. A real delight.
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 in stock $15.10
Southland Mystic EP (reissue)
Cat: HM 030B. Rel: 20 May 24
After Midnyte (6:03)
Lost Groove (3:55)
Puffed Tribe (7:16)
Badlands Oasis (5:54)
Review: The original only dropped last year but it soon sold out so here comes a reissue of this gem from Simoncino, known for his nostalgic house vibes, in collaboration with Benedek, a Los Angeles-based producer whose music blends atmospheric synths with elements of Balearic, proto-house, and deep boogie. The EP is a strong offering with standout tracks like 'Puffed Tribe' which combines Paul Simpson and Charles Webster influences, 'After Midnyte,' with its glistening guitars and glossy synths, and 'Badlands Oasis,' offering a more spacey and psychedelic vibe. Benedek's style bridges the gap between retro and futuristic, delivering a collection of tracks that evoke both nostalgia and anticipation.
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 in stock $13.51
Meowfia EP
Cat: B2R 014. Rel: 29 Apr 24
Hustler’s Convention (7:37)
Apollo (7:06)
Fanatic (5:41)
Review: B2 Recordings keeps it classy with another new deep house offering from label head Bengoa. It comes hot on the heels of his last outing here in December but this time all three tracks are straight-up solo cuts with no featured guests. 'Hustler's Convention' is an emotionally intense humid, steamy cut even though the grooves are warm and hypnotic. 'Apollo' has more raw percussion and scratchy drum textures overlaid with trippy vocals and last of all is 'Fanatic,' which pairs leggy bass and drums with more swirling vocal samples and interesting broken beat patterns. Another fine outing from Bengoa then.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $12.70
Supafunkanova Vol 3
Cat: ZEDDCD 058. Rel: 29 May 24
Chosen Few - "Dancin' All Over The World"
Nzimande All Stars - "Sporo Disco" (Woody Bianchi edit)
Together Band - "Calif Curl Calif Girl"
The Firebolts - "Firebolts Hustle"
Nightforce & The Tom Cats - "Search For Love"
Wylie - "Fan Tasy" (Woody Bianchi edit)
The Freex Machine - "Freex Funkatized"
Joe & Lee - "Black Gold Disco Moving Machine"
Pressure Point - "Straight To The Point"
Fazz - "Disco Tunga"
Joe Pugliese - "Plie & Isolations"
World - "You Got The Power"
Agression - "Tag" (Woody Bianchi edit)
Montreal - "Nite People"
Satori - "Satori"
The Family Tree - "As"
The Headquarters - "Sweetie"
Raw Silk - "Summer's Here"
The Movers - "Onthekele Beer (Jwala)"
Cania - "Visions"
John Blair - "Momma Said Shut Up"
Tags: Disco Funk
 in stock $15.36
Supafunkanova Vol 3
Woody BIANCHI / VARIOUS
Supafunkanova Vol 3 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: ZEDDLP 058. Rel: 29 May 24
Chosen Few - "Dancin' All Over The World" (3:15)
The Freex Machine - "Freex Funkatized" (7:07)
Nzimande All Stars - "Sporo Disco" (Woody Bianchi edit) (7:02)
The Firebolts - "Firebolt Hustle" (3:12)
Aggression - "Tag" (Woody Bianchi edit) (6:06)
The Movers - "Onthekele Beer (Jwala)" (3:11)
World - "You Got The Power" (3:49)
Joe & Lee - "Black Gold Disco Moving Machine" (4:30)
Joe Pugliese - "Plie & Isolations" (5:21)
The Family Tree - "As" (4:27)
Pressure Point - "Straight To The Point" (3:21)
John Blair - "Momma Said Shut Up" (5:25)
The Headquarters - "Sweetie" (7:08)
Wylie - "Fan-Tasy" (Woody Bianchi edit) (5:12)
Cania - "Visions" (4:04)
Montreal - "Nite People" (2:45)
Review: Woody Bianchi, renowned funk digger and DJ, embarks on yet another archaeological record collection excavation, unearthing yet another volume of badass funk from the adjacent era of disco that emerged in the 70s and 80s. This is an in depth compilation series to say the least: the tracks are all examples of funk greats which reflected certain motifs from the disco explosion that came after it - even "James Brown had to take notice of the Saturday Night Fever". Several hard-to-find gems appear among ubiquitous classics, among extensive liner notes by Woody himself.
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Tags: Disco Funk
 in stock $25.96
Billy Lo
Cat: CMSR 015. Rel: 10 May 24
Pain (feat Billy Lo) (5:46)
Chill @ 2 (Darren Abrams mix) (4:51)
Let Ur Body Werk (Darryl Tiggs mix) (4:17)
Sho Me Ur Luv (Darren Abrams - Rodney Hightower mix) (6:39)
Flavors (Darryl Tiggs - Darren Abrams mix) (5:24)
Do Ur Thang (Darryl Tiggs mix) (4:35)
Review: Billy Lo keeps it high-class on this expansive new 12" from the French folks at Cosmocities. It is house music that is couched in the traditional US style but with plenty of his own unique embellishments. Importantly, the melodies are meaningful and fresh and add everything from bittersweetness to joy to the dusty, paired back and nicely undercooked grooves. 'Let Ur Body Werk' is the sort of steamy sound that will get close-knit backroom crowds all in a sweat and up close and personal and 'Sho Me Ur Luv' brings a little US garage skip to the analogue drums. Spoken words elevate each tune to work on mind, body and soul in equal measure.
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 in stock $17.21
GALL 014
GALL 014 (limited 12")
Cat: GALL 014. Rel: 08 May 24
U Up (5:43)
U Dancin (5:36)
U Perfect (5:20)
U Burnin (6:54)
Review: The Bitter End label and eponymous production outfit is back with a new and limited 12" of brilliantly dazzling electro, disco and some other unnameable sounds. It's fresh in its fusion of the new with the old and opens with 'U Up', an electro-tinged cut that glides through the cosmos with characterful synth sounds and plenty of colour. 'U Dancin' then brings wispy pads and smeared vocals to a twitchy technoid groove and 'U Perfect' brings out some spangled metal sounds and dubbed out low ends before 'U Burnin' closes with lurching beats and hefty bass under raw percussion. It's experimental body music that cannot fail to get you going.
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Tags: EBM | Minimal
 in stock $16.43
Harry's Little Vocoder
Cat: PETE 003HBR. Rel: 23 May 24
Harry's Little Vocoder (10:03)
Neverending (with Dionisos - Cosmic version) (7:41)
Review: Dutch DJ, digger and re-editor Pete Blaker returns to Hot Biscuit Recordings - possibly the most on-point re-edit imprint of the last few years - with a second batch of tried and tested revisions. Lead cut 'Harry's Little Vocoder' is, we think, a fine re-edit of a grandiose, horn-heavy, orchestrated European disco of the sort most associated with German artist Harry Thumann. On the B-side he returns to 'Neverending' - which in its original re-edited form appeared on his previous Hot Biscuit 12-inch - and delivers a fresh 'cosmic version' alongside Dionisis. Effectively a fresh cover, it's a deep, dreamy, drum machine-driven chunk of intergalactic cosmic disco that should suit nu-disco DJs and disco purists alike.
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Rodeo
Rodeo (limited purple vinyl 12")
Cat: BARN 097. Rel: 01 May 24
Rodeo (feat Mickael Karkousse) (4:16)
First Rodeo (feat Smiles Davis) (5:03)
Kampai (7:06)
Review: You can never second guess what is going to come out of the Studio Barnhus camp and so it is that this is another left of centre 12" from Blende. It comes on limited purple vinyl and opens with 'Rodeo' (feat Mickael Karkousse) which is all ricocheting synths, sleazy vocal sounds and meandering house drums. 'First Rodeo' (feat Smiles Davis) gets more languid and loose with its 80s chords dancing over hiccuping beats that recall the beguiling work of DJ Koze. 'Kampai' closes out with more peak time sounds that are awash in bright chords.
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MBK 002
MBK 002 (12")
Cat: MBK 002. Rel: 16 May 24
Bodeler - "Technyke" (6:57)
Bodeler - "Technyke" (Franco Cinelli remix) (7:58)
Nicola Brusegan, Camilo Gil - "Take A Groove" (6:27)
Nicola Brusegan, Camilo Gil - "Take A Groove" (Jorge Caiado remix) (6:12)
Review: Renowned producer Bodeler makes his mark on the newly emerging Minimal Brooklin label with a masterful display of minimalism on his A1 cut, then respected Argentinian Franco Cinelli remixes and delivers something immersive. On the B-side, Nicola Brusegan and Camilo Gil unite to create a soulful deep house track complete with lush chords and pulsating basslines, and this one is paired with a remix from Jorge Caiado that is sure to electrify dance floors thanks to his knack for crafting statement-making sound and pulsating acid vibes.
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Tags: Minimal | Acid House
 in stock $20.93
Enjoy Youth
Enjoy Youth (gatefold translucent purple vinyl LP + insert (indie exclusive))
Cat: YSKWN 28LPL. Rel: 16 May 24
You Want My (3:26)
Snap (with Berri) (3:59)
Revived (3:15)
Every Emotion (with Ultra Nate) (3:31)
Boys Etc (3:32)
Heartslap (with Mykal Kilgore) (3:09)
Sweet Release (3:08)
Don't Know What I'm Gonna Do (3:57)
Down To One (3:03)
Sweetest Waste (3:06)
Keep (3:22)
Enjoy Youth (with Beth Hirsch) (4:09)
Review: Bright Light Bright Light is the perfect antidote to overly serious dance music with a sound that is uplifting and floor-focussed and full of catchy energy and synth radiance. Enjoy Youth is the fifth studio album from the project and it features Ultra Nate, Mykal Kilgore, Berri & Beth Hirsch plus production from Richard X, Babydaddy and many more. Each track is overloaded with goodness and comes with irresistible hooks and rhythms that show great songwriting ability and dexterity while also never forgetting the needs of a good party.
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 in stock $17.48
Enjoy Youth
Cat: YSKWN 28CD. Rel: 16 May 24
You Want My
Snap ! (feat Berri)
Revived
Every Emotion (feat Ultra Naté)
Boys Etc
Heartslap (feat Mykal Kilgore)
Sweet Release
Don't Know What I'm Gonna Do
Down To O
Sweetest Was
Keep
Enjoy Youth (feat Beth Hirsch)
 in stock $12.18
Enjoy Youth
Enjoy Youth (gatefold pink vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: YSKWN 28LPP. Rel: 16 May 24
You Want My (3:26)
Snap (with Berri) (3:59)
Revived (3:15)
Every Emotion (with Ultra Nate) (3:32)
Boys Etc (3:32)
Heartslap (with Mykal Kilgore) (3:10)
Sweet Release (3:08)
I Don't Know What I'm Gonna Do (3:57)
Down To One (3:03)
Sweetest Waste (3:06)
Keep (3:21)
Enjoy Youth (with Beth Hirsch) (4:07)
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Follow Me
Follow Me (12")
Cat: CS 043. Rel: 28 May 24
Follow Me (6:34)
Frequency (5:14)
Underwater (6:30)
Review: Burnski and Kelper are two of the hottest artists in the game right now - their output is relentless, and their quality is always high. It is now on the former's Constant Sound that they appear with three fresh new collaborative cuts aimed squarely at the floor. 'Follow Me' has nice hooky drum loops and subtle synth stabs under a seductive vocal. It's fun and functional in equal measure and on the flip things get more naughty with hints of a dirty speed garage bassline under 'Frequency'. The vibe flips again on closer 'Frequency' which has disco-tinged loops and more laidback groves that bring a little warmth and sunshine.
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Zero G
Zero G (12")
Cat: RAWAXS 025. Rel: 29 May 24
Party Crusher
Nismo
VOT
Zero G
Review: Lefferis Kalabakas may have been making and releasing music as Lee Burton for the best part of 14 years - largely for labels like Raum Musik and Up The Stuss - but this tidy EP still marks his first outing on German giant Rawax. He starts in confident mood via energy-packed peak-time workout 'Party Crusher', where acid licks, Yorkshire bleeps and piano riffs rise above an early LFO-inspired groove, before opting for a mid-90s-MK-goes-psychedelic flex on 'Nismo'. Over on the flip, 'VOT' is a rolling, acid-flecked, organ-sporting slab of rushing dancefloor positivity, while 'Zero G' is a raging, TB-303 heavy acid-breaks roller.
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Peace & Blessings
Cat: NER 26434. Rel: 30 Apr 24
Peace & Blessings (main mix) (7:07)
Peace & Blessings (JC's Groove mix) (8:00)
Peace & Blessings (acappella) (0:53)
Review: Joseph Capriati is firmly established as a techno DJ, but growing up in Naples his first connection with electronic dance music was actually in house music. 'Peace And Blessings', featuring Arnold Jarvis, is Joseph's very personal tribute to this genre, where he produced a track that he felt encompassed the vibe and spirituality of house music. He wanted a song and vocal performance that would equally represent all the best qualities of the genre, and joined with one of the industry's most iconic and legendary vocal talents Arnold Jarvis to write lyrics and deliver a vocal performance that perfectly complements Joseph's percussion and synth driven track. Bushwhacka! on board as Mix Engineer on The Groove Mix.
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House Moves EP
Cat: REKIDS 243. Rel: 29 May 24
Body & Soul (6:01)
I Hear You (5:45)
What Ya Looking At (5:29)
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Alright Alright
Cat: GCV 020. Rel: 14 May 24
Centric House - "Alright Alright" (Micky More & Andy Tee remix) (6:20)
Micky More & Andy Tee, Don Carlos - "The Music Of Your Mind" (feat Taka Boom) (7:36)
Review: Groove Culture taps into an effortlessly timeless house sound with this new remix 12". It sees the in house production team step up on the B-side to remix Micky More & Andy Tee, Don Carlos, Taka Boom's 'The Music Of Your Mind' and the result is a super smooth, soulful roller with passionate vocals and disco sprinkled percussion. Ahead of that, Centric House's 'Alright Alright" (Micky More & Andy Tee remix) is a piano-laced and joyous house bumper with elastic bass and hands in the air energy.
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Cat Daddy
Cat Daddy (12")
Cat: PPEACH 001. Rel: 23 May 24
Hush (3:02)
Stubborn Butterfly (4:59)
Cat Daddy (Meow mix) (5:20)
Subway (M Train mix) (5:39)
Droptone (6:37)
Review: Darwin Chamber is an alias of Mark Greenfield, an artist who has very much shaped the Bay Area sound across his career. He has done it all from ambient and trip-hop to breakbeats as far back as the 90s. This EP distils all those many years of sound into some sophisticated cuts that go deep. 'Hush' is a quiet downtempo opener, 'Cat Daddy' (Meow mix) brings some funky beats and 'Subway (M Train mix)' has more unsettling texture and languid percussive drums that lock you into a groove then 'Droptone' closes out with nods to a raw 90s rave sound and psyched out synths.
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You Are In My System
You Are In My System (blue vinyl 12")
Cat: KT 030VB. Rel: 09 May 24
You Are In My System (extended club mix) (5:52)
You Are In My System (DQ dub) (5:36)
Review: Some serious house action going on here with the legendary deep house pioneer Kerri Chandler linking up with Dennis Quin and Troy Denari for their own unique take on the 1998 house classic 'You're In My System'. The original has been a key part of many of the best DJs' record bags for decades and now it gets a contemporary twist. Chandler brings his signature soulful keys and pounding kick drums - all using the same hardware that was used on the original, we're told, while singer-songwriter Troy Denari adds his new vocals to the track. On the flip is a paired back and warm, deep, driving DQ dub, all pressed up on nice blue vinyl.
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Played by: Paul Starey
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Eyi Yato (remixes)
Eyi Yato (Sol Power All-Stars remix) (7:29)
Eyi Yato (Eddie C remix) (7:17)
Eyi Yato (Mad Professor dub) (6:00)
Eyi Yato (8:17)
Review: Sol Power Sound is back in a big way with a reissue and remix EP from the legendary Nigerian Ju-Ju king, Chief Commander Ebenezer Obey. The double A-side EP features 'Eyi Yato', a tune from 1981, that captures Chief Commander and his band at their absolute funkiest. It's as if there's something in the name itself - 'Chief Commander Ebenezer Obey' - that commands an almost godlike, daresay tyrannical command over each conjunctive performance here; every one of the All-Stars' parts play back as though they've puppeteered to an autocratic degree, resulting in a funky tightness that only obedience to the most just of authorities can muster. The original, with its boinging jews' harps and wahhing guitars, is the patent highlight; but we're sure you'll be no less pleased to learn of the (double-time! dub disco!) Mad Professor flip (...!) that's on there too (winky face).
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Things Can't Go On Like This Forever
Cat: MFM 11. Rel: 24 May 24
Things Can't Go On Like This Forever (main mix) (5:34)
Things Can't Go On Like This Forever (instrumental) (6:05)
Things Can't Go On Like This Forever (Freestyle mix) (4:44)
So I Go Dancing (Gerd Janson DJ remix) (6:24)
Things Can't Go On Like This Forever (Freestyle instrumental) (4:45)
Things Can't Go On Like This Forever (Freestyle beats) (2:54)
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Outside The Dome EP
Cat: SIX66 105. Rel: 09 May 24
The Dome (7:32)
The Dome (Len Lewis remix) (6:17)
Outer Limits (7:27)
Outer Limits (Magnus Asberg remix) (7:37)
Review: Slinky nighttime acid tech from Cirkel Square, laying down his debut 'Outside The Dome' EP for Subwax. Despite the title's focus on the hemispherical exterior, this is actually a two-track study on both the inside and outside of said dome. We begin life inside the hydroponic homestead, with surreptitious trance-acid and dimly lit pads suggestive of a secret plot to escape. The B-side's 'Outer Limits' responds with a more excitable jaunt, though by no means has our escape plan been scuppered by the authorities, with the mood continually driving, techy and methodical. Two remixes from Len Lewis and Magnus Asberg only add to the edge-of-your-seat excitement.
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Tags: Minimal
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Praise Sampler
Cat: SL 121823. Rel: 07 May 24
Myrna Summers & The Combined Choirs Of The Refreshing Strings - "So Much To Live For" (Joe Claussell Underground Ministry) (5:14)
Bishop Jeff Banks & The Revival Temple Mass Choir - "Jerusalem" (Joe Claussell Hymn) (8:36)
Review: 'Praise' was first released under the Joaquin 'Joe' Claussell banner in 2013 as a full package of CD-bound gospel-house transcenders. Part of the Gospel Music According To Joe Claussell series, the moment marked the apogee of the DJ and producer's stint in the world of edits and overdubs, after which he'd move into spiritual house musics of a less sample-based making. Now, however, we return to 'Praise' with two special edits cut to a limited edition 12" sampler, harkening a return to the form and a bigger box set in the series to come, a decade on; first we're met with Myrna Summers and her choir on 'So Much To Live For', which lays bare the holy-ghostly hooks and kick-clapped stamps; then there's a similar edit of Bishop Jeff Banks' 'Jerusalem', which whips out the Hammonds and sopranos for the B.
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Dynamik
Dynamik (12")
Cat: NATSU 1201. Rel: 30 Apr 24
Gareth Cooke - "Dynamik" (9:09)
Don Carlos - "A Time Coloured" (5:42)
Review: Don Carlos is a legendary house producer behind seminal hits like the Balearic classic 'Alone'. Back in 1997 he hooked up with equally revered Londoner Gareth Cooke to deliver this fantastic double sider. It has become a much sought-after tune in the years since so it now gets a welcome reissue. The opener on the A-side is a big and hugely fun piano romp while on the flip, 'A Room Coloured' sees Carlos exploring a more earthly and lose-limbed house sound with rubbing low ends and plenty of spiritual and soulful vibes in the pads. Great tunes, for sure.
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ZNGBR 012
ZNGBR 012 (12")
Cat: ZNGBR 012. Rel: 30 Apr 24
Cor100 - "Housetest II" (7:28)
Cor100 - "Vase De Chine" (6:40)
Acanalar - "P0144" (6:29)
Acanalar - "P0148" (7:18)
Review: The latest release from the French label Zingiber Audio is simply called Split EP #001 and it features the label founder Cor100 (Thibaut Corsant) and the UK duo Acanalar. For the first side Cor100 gives us the super slick tribal builder 'Housetest 2'. The track takes through ups and downs that allow any DJ playing it to transfer perfectly to any direction you wish to take it. Nice groove! 'Vase De Chine' on the other hand, is an addictively sexy dancefloor heater. On the second side, 'PO144' is a deep chugging more minimalistic track with some nice melodic elements surrounding it. 'PO148' finishes the EP with a fun romp into a more tribal psychedelic zone. The label's 12th release to date brings us four classy tracks to enjoy.
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Tags: Tech House
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Inspector Norse Remixes (Record Store Day RSD 2024)
Cat: FLRS 165. Rel: 20 May 24
Inspector Norse (Slowly remix) (4:47)
Inspector Norse (ET remix) (4:58)
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Remixed
Remixed (12")
Cat: PRONTO 011. Rel: 14 May 24
Sunday Queen (Art Of Tones remix) (5:19)
Sublime Mind (Byron The Aquarius remix) (4:37)
Tried For Love (feat Robert Owens - Terrence Parker remix) (8:12)
Walk With Me (Rick Wade remix) (5:57)
Review: Smooth house master James Curd has a bunch of his succulent sounds remixed by a heavyweight roster of remixes here. First up Art of Tones layers in freewheeling synth loops and tough disco claps to his remix of 'Sunday Queen'. 'Sublime Mind' gets the Byron The Aquarius treatment and becomes a cosmic star-gazer with zoned-out pads and sweet beats. Add in some signature soul from Terrence Parker and another perfectly tracky house tool from the always-on form Rick Wade and you have a classy EP.
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EC 137
EC 137 (12")
Cat: HARMONY 014. Rel: 16 May 24
Alfred Czital - "It's Me BB" (6:02)
Jamida - "Lots Of Love" (6:19)
Polygonia - "Akkala" (5:41)
Andy Garvey - "Euphorique" (4:46)
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The Next Morning EP
Cat: 803CGCC 006. Rel: 29 May 24
The Next Morning
The Night Before
Floor Call
Review: Since the inception of the 803 Crystal Grooves imprint in 2018, Cinthie has been steadily unveiling her own material on the main label, while the sub-label Collective Cuts was inaugurated in 2019 as a platform for friends, associates and beloved producers in her circle. The past five releases on the platform have welcomed material from the likes of UC Beatz, Azuni aka Washerman, Anaxander, S3A (Sampling As An Art) and KETTAMA among others, while here the label welcomes some fresh talent from the Dutch capital, namely D Stone and Milion, who've been releasing their raw house sound on the likes of PIV, Moscow Records and Cecille respectively in recent years. 'Next Morning' is an uptempo full-body-scan in the form of speed garage / garage house, taking after but not fully submitting itself to tropes and motifs of deep and jackin' house (synth organ, rampant swing, etc.). Anthemic moods throughout, and with an added sense of 'slap' not otherwise heard often, we don't bet many selectors would be likely to go wrong with this one.
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Gin Lemon EP
Gin Lemon EP (2xCD single)
Cat: ZYX 212542. Rel: 21 May 24
Gin Lemon (CD1)
Terapia
Tuttobene
Locomotive
Rumore Di Fondo
My Dimension
Bam
Gin Tonic (CD2)
Psicadelica
All In One Night
Wondering Soul
Living In Freedom
Music (An Echo Deep Inside) (RMX)
Tags: Euro House
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Bondage Games Pt 10
Bondage Games Pt 10 (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: BOND 12074. Rel: 15 May 24
Dachshund - "Keep On" (6:43)
Sascha Dive & Pornbugs - "Digital Dusk" (6:12)
Markus Homm & Brad Brunner & AG Swifty - "Take Out" (6:18)
Alex Ranerro - "Gotiva" (7:18)
Review: Germany's Bondage Records presents the tenth edition of Bondage Games, featuring four select contributions from some excellent producers in electronic music. On Side-1, Dachshund's 'Keep On' delivers a deep techy house vibe with a sexy loop, perfect for late-night gems. Following up is Sascha Dive & Pornbugs' 'Digital Dusk', a grooving techy house track that sets drives a heady atmosphere. Side-2 introduces Markus Homm, Brad Brunner, and AG Swifty's collaboration 'Take Out', a catchy tech house gem while the compilation closes with Alex Ranerro's 'Gotiva', a deeper, more ominous track leaning towards progressive house elements. Bondage Games 10th edition promises a collection of deep dancefloor grooves, tailor-made for darker clubs. With its diverse range of tracks, this release gives a DJ alot of great choices.
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