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Cat: MOJUBAGOD 4. Rel: 06 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Mental Breakdown (Oracy Psychic Rainfall edit) (8:03)
  2. Never (Jeff & Gregg Favourite original Foxy Classic) (8:18)
  3. Never (St Germain revamp) (5:44)
Review: Chez Damier's timely resurrection via the Mojuba imprint has been one of the most revelatory things to happen in house music over the last ten years. While the man's heritage spoke for him, an endless slew of timeless gold for Prescription, the German label have opened the eyes of many young listeners to the power of Damier. For this latest 12", the producer is re-produced from some of the imprint's casuals; Oracy's opening edit of "Mental Breakdown" is the bomb here, a fine example of what real DEEP house should be about - everything from the percussion to the groove and synths is perfectly interlocked and absolutely devastating as it rolls out more and more of its 4-bar loops. Jeff & Greg's 'classic' remix of "Never" is a bumpy, amicable Chicago banger, but legend St Germain drops some real funk on his own re-work of the tune. Essential house gear!
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Cat: MOJUBACD 4. Rel: 09 Nov 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Secret Storm At The Edge Of Night
  2. Sex Guest
  3. Jump City
  4. The Farmer's Song
  5. Lick The Bag
  6. The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter
  7. Deep Transformer
  8. Desert Winds
Review: February & Mars are a "West Coast duo" that blends yacht rock, synth-pop, Balearic and analogue disco influences into a tactile, huggable style they call "spaced-out soul". This is their debut album, following a solitary 12" release way back in 2010. It's a predictably enjoyable debut, with the duo also touching on blue-eyed soul ("Jump City"), Claremont 56-ish nu-Balearica ("Lick The Bag"), and dewy-eyed Italo-disco ("Desert Winds") as well as their openly discussed influences. Their impassioned, often melancholic vocals dreamily flit in and out of the mix throughout, frequently rubbing shoulders with tumbling guitar solos, enveloping synthesizer chords and shirtless, muscular arpeggios.
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Cat: MOJUBAJOUEM 5. Rel: 12 Jun 17
Techno
  1. Anomalous Diffusion (8:39)
  2. Kazumi Cycle (7:48)
  3. Contagion (5:30)
Review: So far, the best part of Jouem's career seems to have been shaped by the Mojuba imprint, a label that rarely ever puts in something below excellent, and one whose label heads curate diligently. The shady artist returns with the fifth instalment of the series, and "Anomalous Diffusion" kicks it off with a deep, meandering pulse that showcases the best of what dubby house has to offer; on the flip, "Kazumi Cycle" strips the whole amalgam down to a mystical and pensive whirlpool of fuzzy bass waves and slow drum machine beats that are wrapped in a misty fog of sonics. "Contagion" is our favourite piece, its subtle addition of semi breaks at the core give it something special, and place it a step above any other recent house turn we've heard. This is some deep gear - we can't wait for the sixth chapter!
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Cat: MOJUBA 021. Rel: 04 Aug 14
Deep House
  1. I'm In Need
  2. I'm In Need (Oracy Ancient Technology dub)
 in stock $9.05
Cat: MOJUBA 007. Rel: 03 Sep 07
Deep House
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
Review: Nick Sole is back on Mojuba! If you ever asked yourself how deep-house should sound like, now you have the chance to experience. The a-side of "World Dubbing" is an epic ocean of the deepest house sounds that will blow you away with its hypnotic organic feel and harmony. The b-side is a dancefloor shaking drum track with a catchy dubby atmosphere. Get it while you can!
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Cat: MOJUBA 012. Rel: 13 Apr 09
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Simple Things
  2. Lost & Found
Played by: Glimpse, Reade Truth
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Cat: MOJUBA 011. Rel: 23 Feb 09
Deep House
  1. Early Light
  2. Waiting For Your Call
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Cosmoride (12")
Cat: MOJUBA 015. Rel: 26 Jul 10
Deep House
  1. Cosmoride
  2. Tsukayga
Review: These are the first fruits of musical excellence from Japanese producer Stereociti in 2010, and it's been worth the wait. Once again surfacing on the Mojuba imprint, this release launches gently into outer space with the title track "Cosmoride". A main riff of heavily compressed keys is the melodic centre around which Stereociti builds a wall of layered percussion propelled by heavy kicks, with the ever rising synth washes providing the atmospheric intent. The placid reverberant deepness of "Tsukayga" offers a more downbeat moment, thanks to pensive rhythmic swirls that siphon out over crisp 808 beats.
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Rain (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MOJUBA 022. Rel: 12 Jan 15
Deep House
  1. Rain
  2. Ahead
  3. Process Of Decay
Review: Japanese producer Ken "Stereociti" Sumitani has been a regular contributor to Don Williams' Mojuba label since 2009. Rain, though, is his first single for the imprint since 2012, and his first outing of any sort for a year. Predictably he's in fine form, attempting to go deeper than many would think humanly possible. The title track - blessed with samples of raindrops falling on a window - is particularly delicious, with Sumitani layering soft electronics and alien melodies over a locked-in, Detroit-influenced deep house groove. The more percussive and undeniably bass-heavy "Ahead", which comes with just a whisper of ragged acid - is, if anything, even deeper. Neither, though, can hold a candle to "Process of Decay", a deep tech-house shuffler that sounds like it was recorded several kilometres below the floor of the world's deepest ocean.
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Cat: MOJUBA 009. Rel: 21 Apr 08
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Kiss Of Abana
  2. Amity
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Cat: MOJUBA 006. Rel: 16 Jul 07
Deep House
  1. Cabana Fever
  2. Activity Chain
Review: "Cabana Fever", by Sven Weisemann, another smoking late night techno excursion from the always reliable Mojuba stable, with a dose of old school-minded tribal funk on the a-side featuring layers upon layers of handclapping, percussive beats and ripping organ chords.
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Cat: MOJUBA 004/52037. Rel: 18 Sep 06
Deep House
  1. Let's Swing (Oracy's Kamikiri edit)
  2. Let's Swing (Oracy's Traktor Beam dub)
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Interlace Jitter (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MOJUBA 025. Rel: 30 May 16
Deep House
  1. Interlace Jitter (7:31)
  2. Sparkling (6:09)
  3. Motion Capture (7:24)
  4. Motion Beats (4:42)
Review: You can always depend on Berlin imprint Mojuba for quality deepness. Sven Weisemann has been a longtime staple of the label and presents his new four tracker. "Interface Jitter" gets things off to a flying start with its catchy melody offset by a tough and shuffling rhythm. He then serves up some proper and utterly sublime early '90s ambient house stylings on "Sparkling". On the flip is "Motion Capture", getting back into the emotive deepness with smooth melodies, dark chords and nice splashes of dub chords for added drama. The dub version "Motion Beats" gets well funky by comparison!
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