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The Wind That Was Blown
The Wind That Was Blown (LP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: RS 54. Rel: 03 Aug 23
 
Hip Hop/R&B
Won't Do (2:47)
Freak Wid It (feat Yottie) (3:05)
Good Weather (1:50)
Ice 6 Power (2:12)
1Man (3:05)
Scorch My Tongue (2:19)
 in stock $14.18
Mixtape 1
Mixtape 1 (sky blue vinyl 12" + MP3 download code limited to 50 copies)
Cat: RS 042. Rel: 19 Oct 21
 
Deep House
Special Request (5:17)
Axel G (live) (3:46)
Polo 1.2 (live) (5:42)
 in stock $16.35
Double Dinners
Double Dinners (limited yellow vinyl LP)
Cat: RS 046LPC. Rel: 08 Mar 22
 
Indie/Alternative
Babyback (4:59)
Now That You're Gone (3:36)
McLovin You (5:02)
Liquid Love (3:33)
Something So Sweet (4:45)
McWindy's Home Improvements (1:23)
Morning Dew With You (4:17)
Are We Ever Gonna Work It Out (3:39)
It's All In Your Head (4:41)
Review: Following a couple of low-key EPs and mini-albums on tiny independent labels, Cousin Kula's debut full-length has been snapped up by Rhythm Section International. It was a shrewd move by boss man Bradley Zero, because Double Dinners is undeniably lovely. Lusciously executed and pleasingly laidback, it sees the Bristol band effortlessly join the dots between horizontal, soft-focus jazz-rock, shuffling downtempo grooves and dewy-eyed soul. It's a far more warming, comforting and meditative affair that some of their more raucous and upbeat output, something that band puts down to composing it during lockdown, when meditative music was a necessity. Even as society begins to open up, it still feels essential - a sign of the album's timeless class.

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Double Dinners
Cat: RS 046LP. Rel: 08 Mar 22
 
Indie/Alternative
Babyback (4:59)
Now That You're Gone (3:36)
McLovin You (5:03)
Liquid Love (3:33)
Something So Sweet (4:39)
McWindy's Home Improvements (1:12)
Morning Dew With You (4:16)
Are We Ever Gonna Work It Out (3:39)
It's All In Your Head (4:37)
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Vitamin D
Cat: RS 59LP. Rel: 15 Mar 24
 
Indie/Alternative
Clothes Off
Poisoned
Staying With You
Hanging On Your Lips
Softest Touch
The Sun
Disney G Funk
Summer's Coming
Good Feeling
Time Money
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est. release 15 Mar 24 $23.73
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Back In The Millenium (B-STOCK)
Cat: RS 005 (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Jan 90
 
Deep House
Back In The Millenium
Jeru
Need I Say More
Dedication
Review: ***B-STOCK: Original outer sleeve missing, otherwise in excellent condition***


The last Rhythm Section release came from Vancouver man Local Artist, but number 6 sees Peckham man Bradley Zero actually looking to local artists in the shape of FYI Chris. The production handle of Chris Watson and his namesake Coupe, this Peckham duo have already impressed with the No Hurry stealth drop on Church late last year, but it's clear they've learnt a few new tricks since then. Nestling snugly into the SE London beatdown sound Bradley has been cultivating through the label, Back In The Millenium is pleasantly hard to pin down with bits of house, hip hop and acid thrown into the mixer. We are quite impressed by "Jeru" which desiccates a famed '90s Primo sample with some dextrous MPC work, whilst MCDE fans will be all over "Need I Say More". A big 12" Nik!
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 in stock $9.73
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New Cross To Ridgewood
Cat: RS 058LP. Rel: 18 Mar 24
 
Deep House
Folks Not Guys
The Commute
A Little Dissonance
Folks Not Guys (Ariel Zetina remix)
Folks Not Guys (Local Artist Disco dub)
A Little Dissonance (DJ Python remix)
Review: Having already caused a stir with their various solo releases, old friends Klein Zage (real name Sage Redman) and Joey G (Joe Gillick) have decided to join forces on an EP inspired by their time living together in South London. While the EP is musically varied, there's a sonic coherence to the three original tracks thanks to the presence of Redman's spoken word vocals throughout. We're particularly enjoying the deep, emotive beauty of 'A Little Dissonance', though punchy, shuffling and spacey opener 'Folks Not Guys' pushes it close. Over on the flip we're treated to a trio of remixes: Ariel Zetina's intense, trippy and high-tempo take on 'Folks Not Guys', Local Artist's warming and rolling, Rhodes-sporting 'Disco Dub' of the same track, and DJ Python's pleasingly weird, mind-mangling version of 'A Little Dissonance'.
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est. release 18 Mar 24 $14.50
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Feed The Dog
Feed The Dog (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: RS 049LP. Rel: 31 Oct 22
 
Post Rock/Experimental
Sand (5:13)
Bored, With You (2:35)
Accept Me As I Am (4:20)
Make Me Better (3:25)
Bored With You (interlude) (4:00)
Prince (4:28)
In Your Gaze (4:02)
Feed The Dog (3:51)
For My Friends Of Lewisham (4:36)
 in stock $25.30
Science
Science (yellow marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: RS 040LPD. Rel: 12 Oct 21
 
Hip Hop/R&B
Intro (0:23)
Science (2:38)
Cold Hustle (3:41)
Bout Dat (4:15)
Emit (3:31)
Divine (3:33)
Review: He may not have achieved the same acclaim and status as his fellow West Coast native Thundercat, but Mychaal Fisher AKA MMYYKK looks set to follow in his footsteps. His genre-bending music, as showcased on this brilliant Rhythm Section International debut, draws on a similar pool of influences - think Prince style purple funk, jazz, hip-hop, R&B and classic electrofunk - while also upping the soul factor to dizzyingly high levels. The results speak for themselves, with Fisher - in cahoots with a wealth of collaborators from around the world - remaining front and centre throughput thanks to his own emotive lyrics and smooth-as-butter lead vocals. In other words, it's an EP you need in your life right now.
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Mutualism
Cat: RS 052LP. Rel: 22 Aug 22
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
The Light (feat Allysha Joy) (5:25)
Can't Wait (feat James Mollison) (4:33)
Flowers (feat Lex Amor) (4:06)
Coalesce (feat Natty Wylah) (4:53)
Pause (2:06)
Lifted (3:58)
Breaking Moon (feat Aden) (4:24)
Review: This mini album from Saul, a collaboration-loving duo comprised of Jack Stephenson-Oliver (keys player with Vels Trio) and producer Barney Whittaker AKA Footshooter, could well be one of the most summery-sounding releases of 2022. A gorgeously warm, dreamy and tactile affair that effortlessly joins the dots between classy dancefloor dynamics, laidback electronics, freewheeling jazz musicianship and soulful vocal flavours, it's a genuinely brilliant and highly entertaining affair. Our picks of an extremely strong bunch include the broken beat/electro-boogie fusion of 'Coalesce (featuring Natty Wylah)', the gently two-step influenced deep house soul of Allysha Joy hook-up 'The Light' and the Balearic ambient meets post-dubstep bass music flex of 'Lifted'.
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Basic Instinct
Cat: BOOM 1R. Rel: 24 May 22
 
Deep House
Trying To Make It Home (5:39)
In & Out (5:34)
Orbits Of Dust (5:50)
AM Continental (3:22)
SFC (Hommage mix) (4:45)
Review: While this appearance from Session Victim on Rhythm Section International is unexpected, to say the least, it does make some sense - after all, their warming, musically expansive deep house sound frequently offers nods to jazz, soul and disco as well as Balearic beats. All of those influences and inspirations are evident across the five tracks that make up Basic Instinct, with the German pair bouncing between subtly funk-flecked, piano-rich loveliness (the bluesy and atmospheric 'Trying to Make it Home', locked-in loop-house haziness (the sampled South Asian percussion and warming riffs of 'In & Out', ultra-deep dancefloor melancholia ('Orbits of Dust'), loose-limbed deep jazz breaks (EP highlight '5AM Continental') and sunrise-ready breakbeat lusciousness ('SFC (Hommage Mix)').

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Special Feelings
Cat: RS 60. Rel: 09 Nov 23
 
Jazz
Curbside Finds (3:47)
Bapjizzm (2:23)
Void (2:09)
Brain Fog (2:30)
Ftp (2:23)
Kinky (3:09)
Steph Strange (2:25)
Down Goose (2:53)
Trashkat (2:12)
Review: Melbourne based Poli-Pearl and Naomi Robison share an apocalyptic vision of jazz and it is that which brings them together as Special Feelings with select other musicians. This self titled album on Rhythm Section International is their first full length and one that combines their live improv skills with broken beats to arresting affect. It pays respect to the roots of jazz and world music while adding plenty of freshness and ranges from freewheeling and spiritual pieces like the opener to the blissed out and sun kissed soul-jazz of 'On Heat' via many other intruguing in between styles.
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So I Can See You
Cat: RS 050LP. Rel: 08 Mar 22
 
Indie/Alternative
Nice (3:08)
Like It Was Yesterday (3:29)
Gotta Get My Life Right (2:44)
Move Now (2:58)
So I Can See You (feat Coby Sey) (3:07)
Nailed It (2:24)
From The North (feat Fran Lobo) (2:56)
In & Out (4:48)
Make It Drop (feat Roxanne Tataei) (2:17)
Dawn (3:46)
 in stock $22.14
So I Can See You
So I Can See You (limited coloured vinyl LP)
Cat: RS 050LPC. Rel: 08 Mar 22
 
Indie/Alternative
Nice (3:08)
Like It Was Yesterday (3:27)
Gotta Get My Life Right (2:43)
Move Now (2:57)
So I Can See You (feat Coby Sey) (3:06)
Nailed It (2:23)
From The North (feat Fran Lobo) (2:53)
In & Out (4:46)
Make It Drop (feat Roxanne Tataei) (2:16)
Dawn (3:44)
 in stock $24.25
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Papertrip
Papertrip (12")
Cat: RS 065. Rel: 05 Apr 24
 
Deep House
Papertrip
Bb
The Function
Backwaters
Review: After an impressive outing on this label last time out with 'Ripples,' the enigmatic Wallace is back with a red hot follow up, 'Papertrip.' This one has club hit written all over it once more and previous tunes of his have been much the same with big plays from the likes of Gilles Peterson, Palms Trax and Hunee. The title track opens up with an ascending lead synth line and old school Chicago house drums. 'Bb' then brings a little infectious garage skip to the dancefloor and on the flip, 'The Function' pairs it back to deft drum loops and smeared pads and an infectious rhythm. 'Backwaters' closes down with some dubby out and float beats run through with fuzzy dub chords and some molten synth melodies.

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est. release 05 Apr 24 $14.50
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Ripples
Ripples (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: RS 057. Rel: 12 Apr 23
 
Deep House
Whirl (6:02)
Breaking Up (5:40)
Room 1 (5:02)
Pump Up The Volume (4:46)
Cenotes (5:37)
Shanghai Street (5:49)
Review: Rhythm Section returns to what they do best: sectioning off the best rhythms and leasing them to a needy house-loving consumer base. Wallace's 'Ripples' cordons off six blossomy, city-slicker house heaters, representing the darker and harder-hitting side of the label. Wallace is known as something of a recluse, but his own Tartan imprint and official releases on the likes of Lobster Theremin and Banoffee Pies have proven this kind of reticence to be irrelevant for success, in hi case. Classic sampledelic house ('Whirl') moves into totally unique future house stompers ('Room 1') and atmospheric rainsoakers ('Shanghai Street') on this limited release, seeming to represent at least two sides of one musical coin.
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