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Cat: ATGN 002. Rel: 18 Jun 18
  1. Le Retour De Toto (6:33)
  2. Toto Is Back (Deni Shain & Papastomp remix) (6:56)
  3. Toto Is Back (Deni Shain & Papastomp Add parts Only) (4:05)
Played by: Charles Maurice
 in stock $13.52
Cat: LAT45 013. Rel: 25 May 16
  1. Los Africanos - "It's Your Thing" (3:44)
  2. Machito - "Knock On Wood" (2:18)
Review: Wanna hear the Isley Brothers classic "It's Your Thing" given a Latin shakedown? Mr Bongos have got you covered on the latest 7" in their splendid Latin 45s series! Originally issued back in 1974 on TR Records, this Los Africanos cover is a rum heavy Nu Yorican funk-soul instrumental featuring screaming Hammond organ and FX. It's very expensive in original form now, so shout outs to Mr Bongos for pressing it up here along with an equally good 1968 cover of instrumental, boogaloo version of Eddie Floyd's all-time classic "Knock On Wood" from Machito & His Afro-Cubans.
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Cat: SR 134. Rel: 06 Jun 18
  1. Piernas Locas (2:10)
  2. Negro Gato (3:31)
  3. Nunca Senti Algo Asi (3:02)
  4. Cradle Of Love (2:56)
 in stock $9.11
La Cumbia Para El Pueblo (coloured vinyl 7" (comes in different coloured vinyl, we cannot guarantee which one you will receive))
Cat: MAS 016. Rel: 14 Jun 17
  1. La Cumbia Para El Pueblo (4:38)
  2. Las Cuerdas De Ayotzinapa (3:47)
Review: Though we don't get to see them perform much in the UK, Los Daddys have a reputation as one of the most impressive contemporary cumbia bands around. The high regard in which they're held is as much a reflection of their eccentric, 21st century approach to the traditional style as their energetic performances. This pleasingly modern approach is much in evidence on A-side "La Cumbia Para El Puebo", where live and electronic cumbia beats are joined by crunchy guitar licks and rapped Spanish vocals. In contrast, flipside "Las Cuerdas De Ayotzinapa" is an altogether more traditional affair - despite the odd, pitched down vocal yelps and Just Brothers surf guitar lines - with the action being focused around some killer drum work.
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Played by: 45 Live
 in stock $8.56
Cat: MAS 008. Rel: 01 Mar 16
  1. Baila Morena (4:13)
  2. Cumbia Sin Calzones (3:30)
Review: Straight outta Puebla, Los Daddys let rip with two more unique future cumbia jams. "Baila Morena" runs with energetic gusto, synth-toms and tongue-in-cheek announcer effects breaking up the tradition cumbian vocals. "Cumbia Sin Calzones" slows down the tempo but adds heavy organ dynamics that march with a sense of matrimony... You're walking down the aisle but you have no idea what you're walking in to. One of a kind.
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Yo Soy Cumbiambero (blue vinyl 7")
Cat: MAS 014. Rel: 25 Jul 16
  1. Yo Soy Cumbiambero (3:30)
  2. Como Se Arma Una Cumbia (3:40)
Played by: Boogieburg
 in stock $8.56
 in stock $8.56
La Murga (green vinyl 7" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: MAS 013. Rel: 13 Oct 16
  1. La Murga (3:38)
  2. Sin Parar (1:45)
 in stock $9.11
La Vida Es Un Carnaval (red vinyl 7")
Cat: MAS 011. Rel: 01 Mar 16
  1. La Vida Es Un Carnaval (3:24)
  2. La Vida Es Un (version) (3:44)
Review: Roboticized, contemporised, synthesized: Oakland up-and-comers Los Disco Duro repurpose cumbia styles with a quirky electronic charm that sits somewhere between Daft Punk and Senor Coconut. Their third single to date, "La Vida Es Un Carnaval" packs vocodered vocals in harmonic layers as syncopated synths provide the heel-clicking, street swinging beat. Flip for a slightly darker version where the vocals are removed in favour of more floor-focused drums and added twisted calypso feels. Unique.
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Cat: MAS 017. Rel: 02 Oct 17
  1. Trik-O-Tri (4:08)
  2. La Arana De Chocolate (3:58)
Review: The latest eccentric chunk of 21st century cumbia from the Disco Mas camp has a not-so-subtle Halloween theme. A-aside "Trik-O-Tri" is, as the name suggests, a tongue-in-cheek cumbia tribute to the process of door-to-door sweet scrounging, whose hybrid electronic/acoustic groove is laden with spooky synth flourishes and all manner of silly vocals. It's one of those tracks that is simply impossible to dislike. On the flipside, the previously unheard combo unveils "La Arana De Chocolate", a head-nodding cumbia cut rich in ghostly melodies whose fuzzy vocals tell a tale of a spider made of confectionary. As a bonus, the track ends in a locked groove to allow for longer mixes and impromptu bouts of Colombian MCing.
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  1. Las Olfateadoras (3:04)
  2. Dragones Chinos (2:58)
  3. La Diversion Que Hacia Falta En Mi Pais (3:36)
  4. Sir De Gusano (2:13)
 in stock $13.52
Batazo Batero (transparent red 7")
Cat: NYCT 7034. Rel: 31 Aug 17
  1. Batazo Batero (5:04)
  2. Bolillo, Baqueta Y Tombo (5:06)
Review: Two delicious freeform rhythm jams from the heart of Bogota; Los Propios Bateros (AKA drummer and percussionist Pedro Ojeda) is the result of a deep documentary project that plots the rhythmic thread through the Americas as a cast of Columbian's next generation musicians explore the national legacy of descraga and pornpo across two warm and seductive improvisations; "Batazo Batero" swoons with a little light jazz in its step while "Bolillo, Baqueta Y Tombo" is more of a loose funk riff that writhes in and out of the tight staccato trumpet riff. Sublime as always from Names You Can Trust.
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Tema De Baby (limited 7")
Cat: BRZ 45033. Rel: 04 Dec 15
  1. Marcio Lott - "Tema De Baby" (2:46)
  2. Silvio Cesar - "A Festa" (3:32)
Review: Mr Bongo's deeply dug Brazil 45s series continues with serious merit: Originally released in 1974 on Tapecar, Marcio Lott's lavish, laidback sunset samba "Tema De Baby" suffered a limited run before being anointed into the rarest of Brazilian funk categories. This is its first release in over 40 years. It's backed by the heavier, jazz-focused "A Festa" by Silvio Cesar. Coated with a cacophony of party sounds and faraway harmonies, it's one of those records that leaves you feeling like you're in the centre of the party wherever and whenever you hear it.
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 in stock $8.28
BPWS 001 (12")
Cat: BPWS 001. Rel: 27 Nov 15
  1. Philou Louzolo - "Afrofuturism Dance" (5:16)
  2. Wendel Sield - "History Of Black People" (7:44)
  3. MMT - "Ton A Ton" (7:11)
  4. MMT - "Pangae Flute" (7:50)
Review: Banoffee Pies Records launches its first white label to date, and it's a three-pronged collaboration by new and exciting faces in the scene. First up is Philou Louzolo and his excellent "Afrofuturism Dance", a solid house jerker with lively tribal influences, folloed siftly by Wendel Sield and his moodier, jazzier piece entitled "History Of Black People". On the flip, Huntleys & Palmers MMT proceeds to drop some Gipsy King house in the form of "Ton A Ton", backed by the more funky disco shades of "Pangae Flute". Nice and diverse for ya!
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Super Mulher (limited 7")
Cat: BRZ 450035. Rel: 25 Jan 16
  1. Joao Luiz - "Super Mulher" (3:17)
  2. Toni Tornado - "Podes Crer, Amizade" (2:38)
Review: Brazil45 are on what you call a 'roll' at the minute, and they've started dropping the bombs nice and early into the New Year. This latest double-header features the talents of the obscure Brazilian singer Joao Luiz - out on independent presses back in the early '70s, and impossible to grip in original formats - and his ultra-funky and hazy "Super Muhler", followed by the one and only Toni Tornado, who features here with the excellent, laid-back, and sexy jam that is "Podes Crer, Amizade". A pair of gems, served on a 7" platter, just how we like them.
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Defo (12")
Cat: QN 1801. Rel: 04 May 18
  1. Defo (7:00)
  2. Defo (Trevor Deep Jr Reconstruction) (7:40)
  3. Mansaba (13:56)
 in stock $10.76
Abidjan (12")
Cat: HC 55. Rel: 25 Apr 18
  1. Nan Ye Li Kan (Afro Beat) (4:49)
  2. Abidjan (Biguine) (5:48)
Review: DJ Hunee afro monster gets an official repress for Hot Casa in France. Calling it massive would bit an understatement.
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 in stock $19.86
Cat: HC 53. Rel: 25 Jan 18
  1. Koyma Hondo (4:05)
  2. Zourou (4:22)
  3. Yala M'Le (4:33)
  4. Petroci (intro) (2:26)
Review: Born in Mali, Boncana Maiga is one of the most talented and popular producers of west african music since the 60's. He studied flute and latin arrangements in Cuba during the 60's & became orchestra leader for the national ivorian tv in Abidjan in the mid seventies, toured all over the world with the famous Africando band.
In the 80's he also recorded few rare Funky tracks with heavy breaks and this 4 track collection features rare tracks from 1978 to 1982 dedicated to dancefloor .Remastered by Frank at The Carvery this is solid ammunition for your dancefloor.
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  1. Makadem - "Nyako" (Jinku remix) (4:47)
  2. Black Classical - "Jeje" (4:13)
  3. Collocutor - "Agama" (Contours remix) (5:08)
  4. Sam Jones - "Group As Salaam Construct" (5:24)
  5. Daisho - "Simba" (4:10)
  6. Mugwisa International Xylophone - "Drop The Beat" (FYI Chris Acid Drop) (6:45)
  7. Penya - "Search It Out" (Peter Croce 4AM Fix) (7:18)
Review: The gloriously off-the-wall On The Corner imprint is back, ready to tear it down with its predictably unpredictable chain of artists who reside firmly in the 'ODDS' space. Much like the previous releases, this is a mixed bag of outernational goodness and jazzy sensibilities, offering a release which truly blurs the lines of the extended 'dance' space. Our top picks in running order: Black Classical's "JeJe" is one of the most innovstive uses of percussion and organ that we've heard this side of year, Sam Jones' "Group As Salaam Construct" is probably THE definition of off-kilter thanks to its lopsided beat groove, and "Simba" by Daisho takes the whole polyrhythmic equation onto the minimal end of the spectrum. Quirky, refreshing and absolutely recommended new strains of floor music.
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Cat: BRZ 45044. Rel: 08 Jul 16
  1. Myriam Makeba - "Xica Da Silva" (5:17)
  2. Jorge Ben - "Xica Da Silva" (4:06)
Review: Myriam Makeba or Mama Afrika as many would refer to her, was a South African singer regarded as being the first and most important woman in traditional South African music. She led a rich and fulfilling life across the globe, singing with artists like The Skylarks, living in London, and finally retiring in Castel Volturno, near Naples in Italy. Bongo 45 reissues her wild and much sought-after 'Xica Da Silva", a tropical soul ballad that sways from left to right with upmost glare and style. On the flip, we have Brazilian Jorge Ben with his own version of the tune, one that still contains Makeba's chorus at its core but guided by the man's South American charm around the edges. One of the best Bongo 45's in a good while. Hot!
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Makiyaj (12" + insert)
Cat: SEC 002. Rel: 09 Mar 18
  1. Makiyaj (3:38)
  2. Tes Idees (edit) (4:29)
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Cat: JD 40. Rel: 26 Sep 17
  1. Clareia (Henry Wu remix) (7:15)
  2. Clareia (2000 Black remix) (5:58)
  3. Clareia (IG Culture remix) (6:30)
Review: Surely one of the most fitting albums of the summer, Sabrina Malheiros's fifth LP Clareia undergoes some stately remix treatment as we move from open fields to sweaty clubs to party for the rest of the year. Three of broken beat's finest and most respected protagonists all play a role... Man of the moment Henry Wu gets woozy on the organs and widens the whole jam out into seven minutes of space funk, Dego and Kaidi Tatham's 2000 Black dig deep into the bossa dynamic with a Latin jazzy spiritual feel running throughout the momentum while CoOp founder IG Culture adds a little skip to the drums, dreamy plucks and bassline that won't stop bouncing. If it's bruk, don't try and fix it.
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 in stock $9.93
Cat: BRZ 45041. Rel: 24 Mar 16
  1. Deixa Nao Deixa (2:32)
  2. Avenida Atlantica (2:57)
Review: Two powerful bossa nova workouts from 1972: Brazilian chanteuse Rose Maria delivered two incredible funk jams on Tapecar which escaped her prolific album releases and never enjoyed a repress. Until now... The Afro-Latin soul of "Deixa Nao Deixa" is all about the sudden dynamic from purring verses to emphatic, harmonic chorus while "Avenida Atlantica" takes a more straight-up funk route with its dominant horns and heavy boss break. Instant party material.
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  1. Toldy Maria & Qualiton String Dance Orchestra - "Fazom" (2:36)
  2. Nadja Beimel & Azur Ensemble - "Sahara" (3:17)
  3. Marta Szirmay & Qualiton Jazz Ensemble - "Bagira" (3:07)
  4. Toldy Maria & Studio 11 - "Hobortos Este Volt" (2:56)
 in stock $16.01
Cat: BRZ 45064. Rel: 14 Jul 17
  1. Marilene - "Sinal Vermelho" (2:19)
  2. Nonato Buzar - "Verao Vermelho" (2:56)
 in stock $8.28
  1. Sabu Martinez - "Hotel Alyssa Sousse,Tunisia"
  2. Benny More Y Su Orchestre - "Babarabatiri"
Review: Mr Bongo have united two hugely influential cuts of pure Latin dynamite right here - neither of which have ever been pressed to 7" before. The familiar far-west-meets-north-African fusion of Sabu's "Hotel" still hits as hard now as it did in the 70s. With screaming horns and emphatic Q&A vocals, there's still nothing else out there that sounds anything like this. For the B we head back to the 50s for a bone fide Cuban missile; "Babarabatiri". A firing jazz document that's been covered by the likes of Tito Puente, Quantic and many more, those spiralling horns will arrest you the second the needle hits the wax.
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Cat: SNDW 10003. Rel: 25 Oct 13
  1. Black Dialogue
  2. I Want Get Up
  3. Black Star Blues
  4. Let Me Keep Away From You
Review: Destination mid 70s Nairobi where Madagascan guitarist Jimmy Mawi was laying down some serious vibes... Signed to EMI's Pathe imprint, he released three singles during his career which have all since faded to obscurity. Until now. Dusty, garagey and steaming with raw blues fusion, it's hard to deny any parallels to Hendrix as Mawi expresses himself with a rough heartfelt frenzy. Highlights include the Zep-level smoked out soul of "Blue Star Blues" and the insistent drive and reverbed out faraway vocals on "Black Dialogue". Another exemplary Afro-funk find from Soundway.
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 in stock $10.76
Gedawo (limited 7")
Cat: AFR 45011. Rel: 24 Feb 16
  1. Ayalew Mesfin & Black Lion Band - "Gedawo" (4:04)
  2. Feqadu Amde Mesquel - "Asmarina" (4:55)
 in stock $8.56
Amsterdam To Nueiba (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: FTN 009. Rel: 17 May 18
  1. Amsterdam Experience (4:57)
  2. Nueiba Nueiba (6:08)
  3. Amsterdam Experience (Kalbata edit) (7:05)
Review: Tel-Aviv's Fortuna Records are doing their nation proud by releasing an impressive volume of native music, both old and new, that is sounding perfectly relevant in this day and age. More than anything, it's just great music that most of us haven't heard yet. For instance, their previous effort - a timely reissue of Tsvia Abarbanel's Eastern Soul - was an invaluable snapshot of Israeli femininity across the ages, while this reincarnation of Shimson Miel's acid-rock output from 2007 is a clear nod to the man's visionary style, more than a decade ago. "Amsterdam Experience" is the stand-out track, a bundle of loose, percussive waves that verge on the electronic while still sounding organic and improvisational. Much the same, "Nueiba Nueiba" is a delightful slice of deep-minded exotica, and Kalbata's edit of "Amsterdam Experience" provides a more wholesome slew of beats to the original.
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Cat: BPR 005SP. Rel: 03 Apr 18
  1. Let's Get It Together (6:12)
  2. Let's Get It Together (dub) (6:20)
Review: Trinidadian legend Winston Bailey aka Shadow has been on our charts a lot over the last year or so, with his infamous 1984 LP Sweet Sweet Dreams being reissued left, right and centre, and it's no surprise given the fact that the killer "Let's Get It Together" features all up in that. What a timeless gem. So much so that Germany's Black Pearl has decided to put it onto 7" format, along with a majestic dub cut that we hadn't heard before...and that means more beastly synths, machine-drum badness, and Shadow's iconic vocals.
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Mombasa Roots (12" + MP3 download code in silk-screened sleeve)
Cat: AFR7 1205. Rel: 09 Apr 18
  1. Karibishe (4:25)
  2. Mezea Tu (Lele Mama) (4:20)
  3. Kasha Langu (4:33)
  4. What Is It That You Want (3:30)
  5. My Everything (3:01)
Review: Tamrat Kebede's Mombasa Roots is a project with a timeless edge and an inimitable Afro-roots vibe that is simply irreplaceable and downright irrefutable by any sort of music lover. Whether you are or are not into this delightful blend of tropical disco, tunes like "Karibishe" and "Mezea Tu" are almost impossible not to dance to, or at least appreciate. "Kasha Langu" is more appropriate to the true lovers of Afrobeat, thanks to its slow, seductive sway, while "What Is It That You Want" unleashes some fiery disco-boogie, and "My Everything" showers the room with yet more disco glitter, the sexiest of sorts.
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Cat: SOLPS 007. Rel: 06 Jun 18
  1. Eugene Mona - "Lizo" (4:18)
  2. Eugene Mona - "Lizo" (Kiko Navarro Afroterraneo mix) (7:29)
  3. Max Ransay - "Ti Kanno" (4:10)
  4. Max Ransay - "Ti Kanno" (Sol Power All-Stars edit) (5:18)
Review: Sol Power Sound's latest must-have 12" serves of some obscure 1980s zouk and Beguine flavours from the French Caribbean territory of Martinique. Side A is dedicated to the wonderfully percussive but surprisingly sparse (think drums, fretless bass, synths and vocals) sunshine dance that is "Lizo" by Eugene Mona. The fine original version is accompanied by a fresh take from Kiko Navarro, who subtly combines all of Mona and company's original elements with a jaunty Caribbean house rhythm. Turn to the flipside for the tropical disco-era Beguine brilliance of Max Ransay's "Ti Kanno" - think dense tropical drums, disco horns, celebratory chorus vocals and meandering synthesizer lines - and a suitably beefed up contemporary tweak from the Sol Power All-Stars.
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I Ran (12")
Cat: DH 014. Rel: 21 Mar 18
  1. I Ran (8:25)
  2. I Ran (Simple Symmetry remix) (6:47)
Review: Given that this is Moscoman's first solo single on the Disco Halal imprint he inaugurated in 2015, it's perhaps unsurprising that he's saved something rather special for the occasion. "I Ran" is a throbbing, high-octane peak-time treat, where haunting Arabic vocals seemingly float over a thrusting, arpeggio-driven groove and bubbly, off-kilter machine drums. It's druggy and intoxicating, of course, but also fiendishly heavy and pleasingly unorthodox. On the flipside, old pals Simple Symmetry re-imagine "I Ran" as a sticky and trippy chunk of organic Arabic dub disco, complete with toasty bass and razor-sharp electric guitars. It's not quite as thrilling as Moscoman's original version, but it's a close run thing.
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Cat: MSR 003. Rel: 18 Jan 18
  1. Dance Away (feat Chief Commander Yaaba) (4:25)
  2. The Sasquatch (4:34)
  3. Floating Funk (4:34)
  4. Carnival Beat (3:17)
Review: Having previously excelled at crafting party-starting bootleg funk remixes and composing revivalist soul slammers, Mr Bird has now decided to turn his attention to Afro-disco, Afro-funk and Afro-soul. Typically, the results are impressive, particularly "Dance Away", a hybrid Afro-disco/Afro-soul workout featuring the fine vocals of Chief Commander Yaaba. Elsewhere, he lays down a subtly housed-up take on Clavinet-happy Afro-funk (the superb, jazz-funk tinged "Floating Funk"), brilliantly breaks up the beats on the woozy, groovy and bustling "Carnival Beat", and lays blissful vocal harmonies over a sumptuous deep house beat on "The Sasquatch".
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Mubashira Mataali Group (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BLIP 007. Rel: 04 Apr 18
  1. Emaali Ya Bamulekwa (Orphan's Property) (7:19)
  2. Kulika Hijja (Welcome Back From The Holy Pilgrimage) (4:21)
  3. Mutume Nabbi (Prophet Muhamad) (5:01)
  4. Obufumbo Bwa Kati (Today's Marriage) (part 1) (5:21)
 in stock $12.42
Bahamas Tropical Funk vs Ivory Coast Afro Funk (7" in exclusive hand-stamped kraft paper inner sleeve + branded outer sleeve + sticker)
Cat: MUKAT 053. Rel: 30 Oct 17
  1. Biosis Now - "Independent Bahamas" (Nik's Exclusive Mukatsuku edit) (3:30)
  2. Afro Train - "Tumba Safari" (Nik's Exclusive Mukatsuku re-edit) (3:28)
Review: This tasty 7" from the reliable Mukatsuku label sees 2 killer funk treats for the dancefloor. On the A-side there's a handy and exclusive re-edit of Bahamian combo Biosis Now's ludicrously rare "Independent Bahamas", a righteous call for self-governance backed with a wonderfully fuzzy and full-throttle tropical funk groove. A copy recently for $700 on ebay for the very first time of the original 45. On the flipside we find "Tumba Safari" taken from the recent Oriki compilation, a suitably heavy chunk of Ivory Coast afro-funk from long forgotten outfit Afro Train. Weston's version naturally emphasizes the drum breaks, heavy horns and razor-sharp guitars, in the process tightening it up for contemporary club play.As played by Hunee,Red Greg ,DJ Logic and Nicola Conte
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Afro Funk Gems Volume Eight: 1970's Ivory Coast (7" in exclusive hand-stamped kraft paper inner sleeve + branded outer sleeve + sticker) (1 per customer)
Cat: MUKAT 054. Rel: 17 Apr 18
  1. Chicken (3:45)
  2. Dankasa (3:25)
Review: Two killer tracks licensed from Oriki Music,mastered by Frank From Sofrito at The Carvery and taken from the recent Akwaba Abidjan compilation. These two monsters from De Frank Jr are straight up deep and funky afrobeat from 1970's Ivory Coast. More essential dancefloor delights from Mukatsuku - strictly vinyl only & singles only...As played by Hunee ,JD Twitch & Alexander Nut
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Saba Saba Fighting (limited 12" + insert)
Cat: AKUMS 1002. Rel: 13 Apr 18
  1. Muanago Yeye (4:02)
  2. Kambebe Mushime (6:20)
  3. Mudongo Wangu (4:10)
  4. Zambe Aponiyo (5:48)
 in stock $16.55
  1. Mushrooms Project - "Dubby Bolas" (Earthboogie remix) (8:36)
  2. Earthboogie - "Route Ten To Interzone" (Mushrooms Project rework) (7:48)
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Cat: SG 038. Rel: 08 May 17
  1. Pista Libre (part 1) (4:49)
  2. Pista Libre (part 2) (3:23)
Review: Percussionist Takashi Nakazato is no newcomer to the Japanese nu-jazz scene, having been a regular contributor to Jazztronik records since the dawn of the millennium. Pista Libra Parts 1 & 2, though, is his debut solo 7". He kicks things off with Part 1, when ascending and descending Latin piano lines and snaking sax solos ride his own impeccable, salsa-tinged percussion. As the track progresses, Nakazato introduces some delightful jazz guitars, too. On the flip, "Part 2" is an altogether heavier beast, with Nakazato fully showcasing his range of percussion skills while sharp funk guitars and manic drum solos rage above. It sounds like the sort of sweaty jazz-dance workout that many would associate with British percussionist Snowboy.
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Los Ritmos Mejores (limited gatefold white vinyl 7" + CD single)
Cat: ABN 019. Rel: 21 Jul 17
  1. Los Ritmos Mejores (4:50)
  2. Maybe Then (5:08)
  3. Los Ritmos Mejores
 in stock $19.04
Sambalanco (limited 7")
Cat: BRZ 45037. Rel: 25 Jan 16
  1. Noelita - "Sambalanco" (2:59)
  2. Doris Monteiro - "E Isso Ai" (3:00)
 in stock $8.28
  1. Novos Baianos - "Juventude Sexta E Sabado" (2:57)
  2. Dom Salvador & Abolicao - "Uma Vida" (2:47)
Review: The Brasileiro Treasure Box Of Funk & Soul gems keep flying out from Cultures Of Soul: Novos Baianos' 1970 rarity "Juventude Sexta E Sabado" is a heartfelt, yearning slice of psychedelic soul peppered with urgent Plant-level vocals while Dom Salvador & Abolicao's "Uma Vida" is the ultimate feel-good song: what begins as a funk soul tracks suddenly rips into gospel with so much gusto you genuinely can't stay still. One of the best 45s to come from the collection so far.
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 in stock $9.11
Socorro (7")
Cat: BRZ 45070. Rel: 01 Dec 17
  1. O Grupo - "Socorro" (2:36)
  2. Ronaldo - "Retrato De Dete" (2:38)
 in stock $8.28
MANANA 001 (12")
Cat: MANANA 001. Rel: 01 Feb 17
  1. Biancamo (6:21)
  2. Homenaje Al Benny (6:02)
  3. Yambu Arara (5:08)
  4. Elegua (8:38)
  5. Orun Seco (8:16)
Review: Cuba's Manana Records launches via a fine EP from Obbatuke, a eight-piece rumba outfit fronted by renowned quinto player Carlos Guerra. The band are apparently regulars at the legendary Casa del Caribe in Santiago de Cuba, a venue widely considered to be the beating heart of the Eastern rumba scene. Musically, the five tracks here mix typically high tempo, densely percussive rumba rhythms with chanted vocals. The lack of other musical instruments is startling, but takes nothing away from the tracks. In fact, it only enhances their back-to-basics charms. It proves beyond any doubt that it's the drums that make great dance music.
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 in stock $12.13
Cat: PH 45009. Rel: 10 Nov 16
  1. Mam Yinne Wa (3:58)
  2. Yu Ya Yumma (3:24)
Review: Frafra gospel artist Alogte Oho was rumoured to be a leading artist within the 'explosive' music scene of Bolgatanga, in Northern Ghana. His debut release "Zota Yinne" in 2014 has already become a collectors item. On this release, Oho is joined by the all female choir group Sounds of Joy, comprised of Lizzy Amaliyenga, Patricia Adongo and Florence Adooni. On the A side, we have the uplifting and soulful vibes of "Mam Yinne Wa" featuring some wonderful wind and string instrument passages. On the flip is the reggae influenced swagger of "Yu Ya Yumma".
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 in stock $8.00
Oliba International (12" + insert)
Cat: MALR 008. Rel: 17 May 18
  1. Oliba Room (6:59)
  2. Marelle (7:16)
  3. Mandoline (4:52)
  4. Losanges (10:51)
  5. Vermouth (7:13)
 in stock $16.55
Cat: EF 68. Rel: 26 Jan 18
  1. Kelengetti (3:36)
  2. Ngeum Ngeum (3:46)
 in stock $8.56
  1. Ne Te Faches Pas (Bosq Special Disco mix) (6:43)
  2. Hwe Towe Hun (Bosq 12" version) (8:02)
  3. Djanfa Magni (Bosq Afro Disco mix) (9:42)
  4. Malin Kpon O (Bosq extended mix) (5:19)
 in stock $10.49
Cat: BBRG 004. Rel: 27 Feb 18
  1. Cumbia Volcadora (3:29)
  2. Caramelos (4:15)
Review: Since most probably missed Orkestra Mendoza's 2016 album Vamos A Guarachar - a CD-only romp through floor-friendly Cumbia and Mambo pastures - Boogieburg has decided to issue two of the collection's best tracks on wax. On the A-side you'll find "Cumbia Volcadora", a fuzz-fuelled romp rich in jaunty accordion lines, psychedelic rock style production effects, gentle but heavyweight rhythms and spiraling horn motifs. The band's psychedelic rock influence is even more pronounced on "Caramelos", a kind of Santana style take on Cumbia that also owes some debt to late '60s boogaloo. We guarantee that the chant-along chorus and wild Hammond organ solos will drill their way into your consciousness within 30-seconds pressing play on the sound clip above.
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 in stock $10.49
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