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Blackism (LP)
Cat: ENID 003. Rel: 19 Jan 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Blackism (5:45)
  2. In Rhythm (feat Maggie Nicols) (7:01)
  3. Emin (1:20)
  4. Sawalha (4:32)
  5. Goodbye NYC (5:32)
  6. OUL (1:36)
  7. Ofilli (7:09)
  8. Drums For Peace (0:59)
  9. Punk (4:14)
  10. Bhamara/The Black Bee (1:45)
 in stock $8.80
Sweet Nothing (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: ENID 006. Rel: 07 Feb 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Sweet Nothing (4:41)
  2. Song For Enid (5:17)
Review: Acid jazz survivor Lascelles Gordon struck gold when he established the Vibration Black Finger project in 2016. So far, the fluid collective's releases have been inspired, with Gordon giddily joining the dots between post-punk, spiritual jazz, electronica and much more besides. He's at it again here on a single that marks the project's first release for nearly 3 years. "Sweet Nothing", featuring the sumptuous and smoky vocals of Ebony Rose, is really rather wonderful; a laidback chunk of dubby post-punk soul rich in heavy bass guitar, spacey Moog lines and effects-laden guitars. B-side "Song For Enid", a more experimental-minded affair that sounds like Adrian Sherwood and African Head Charge covering Sun Ra, is arguably even better.
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Two (LP)
Cat: ENID 005. Rel: 02 Aug 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Om (1:05)
  2. Kudu (7:33)
  3. Cry Wolf (3:52)
  4. Seven Vibes To Add (3:58)
  5. Opium (6:32)
  6. Needles (4:48)
  7. Nubians (8:05)
  8. Out Of The Blues (3:57)
  9. Kudu Returns (2:20)
Review: After a trio of spectacular releases from Vibration Black Finger, the Enid label rolls out another new artist, Woven Entity. Much like the vibe of the previous records, there is a clear jazz sensibility running through this magnificent debut LP, often straying off into wonderfully obscure territories that recall the rainforest. For instance, the opening jingles of "Om" are an instant plunge into the darkest depths of the jungle, while others like "Cry Wolf" do so without any of the gimmicks, preferring instead to land a feeling of mystery via the medium of percussion - which there is plenty of on here! There are, of course, more melodic moments where traditional jazz frameworks are used, such as "Seven Vibes To Add" or the loose, free-spirited mood of "Opium", but the majority of this fine album is awash with improvisation and electronic tweaking. That is, obviously, something we absolutely love. Don't let this go by the wayside, it really is a fantastic piece of sound design.
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 in stock $13.79
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