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Cat: TV 018. Rel: 01 Nov 21
Californie (3:51)
Stevie (3:46)
Review: .No, this is not a surprise jazz-funk outing from Dan 'Caribou' Snaith, but rather a reissue of the sole single that French outfit Cortex released as Caribou, way back in 1977. Copies of that record are now very hard to come by, so it's great that Trad Vibe have delivered this fresh edition. It's worth picking up for 'Californie' alone. The track is a near perfect fusion of the Gallic ensemble's usual loose jazz-funk sound and energetic, sun-drenched disco - all breathless electric piano solos, memorable guitar licks, dancefloor-friendly grooves and spiralling group vocals. Original flipside 'Stevie', a more relaxed and loved-up affair closer in tone to Cortex's usual material, once again resides on the reverse.
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 in stock $17.92
Medley (remastered)
Cat: TV 1210. Rel: 28 Feb 20
Mary & Jeff/Devils Dance (Medley) (5:00)
Mary & Jeff (Fender Rhodes version 77) (4:47)
 in stock $15.29
Troupeau Bleu
Cat: TVCD 07. Rel: 16 Apr 18
La Rue
Automene (Colchiques)
L'enfant Samba
Troupea Bleu
Go Round (Prelude)
Go Round
Chanson D'un Jour D'hiver
Mary Et Jeff
Huit Octobre 1971
Sabbat (1ere partie)
Sabbat (2eme partie)
Sabbat (3eme partie)
Jazz Dance (bonus track)
 in stock $19.25
Cortex Vol 2
Cat: TVLP 010. Rel: 24 May 13
Devil's Dance
Funk Around The Punk
Mister J
Efficace Swing
Oh! Lord
Played by: Mop Mop
 in stock $23.47
Psychose (reissue)
Psychose (reissue) (limited 7")
Cat: TV 019. Rel: 30 Jun 23
Psychose (4:54)
Oh! Lord (radio edit) (5:02)
Review: Arising phoenix-like from the flames of a film soundtrack originally thought to have been lost in a blaze, 'Psychose' and its partner in crime 'Oh! Lord' now come as the latest reissued musical tidbits from French jazz fusion masters Cortex. Though the name of the film for which they composed these two tittilating trinkets is unknown, the vibe of the picture is certainly inferable from the tracks' light restlessness and hard-to-pin-down contrast. Bright clavs, electric pianos and rough-edged drums whirl about both mixes in stereo-optimized fashion, sultrily portraying the headspace of a 70s street urchin with a chromatic relish for life.
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Troupeau Bleu (reissue)
Cat: TVLP 09RP. Rel: 30 Mar 23
La Rue (4:27)
Automne (Colchiques) (2:40)
L'Enfant Samba (3:07)
Troupeau Bleu (5:02)
Prelude (3:54)
Go Round (1:23)
Chanson D'un Jour D'Hiver (5:22)
Mary & Jeff (2:43)
Huit Octobre 1971 (4:22)
Sabbat (part 1) (1:02)
Sabbat (part 2) (3:20)
Sabbat (part 3) (0:28)
Madbass (2:52)
Review: French jazz-fusion act Cortex's 1975 debut album Troupeau Bleu has long been in demand amongst record collectors and dusty-fingered DJs, not least because it's14 tracks contain all manner of killer drum breaks, fast-fingered electric piano solos, surprise 1970s synth sounds and nods aplenty to French lounge music. As this essential Trad Vibe issue proves, the album is every bit as good as you'd expect, with floor-friendly jazz-funk freak-outs sitting side by side with samba workouts, laidback jams of the kind associated with Bob James, piano jazz interludes, jazz-rock slam-downs and much more besides. Basically, it's the kind of freewheeling but impeccably produced set that deserves a place in any jazz-funk fan's record collection.
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 in stock $26.90
The SP1200 Vault
The SP1200 Vault (translucent vinyl LP)
Cat: TVLP 25. Rel: 19 Jan 23
Hip Hop/R&B
Floppy 01 (2:03)
Floppy 02 (1:30)
Floppy 03 (1:31)
Floppy 04 (1:46)
Floppy 05 (1:26)
Floppy 06 (1:09)
Floppy 07 (1:47)
Floppy 08 (2:17)
Floppy 09 (1:33)
Floppy 10 (1:37)
Floppy 11 (2:07)
Floppy 12 (1:32)
Floppy 13 (1:41)
Floppy 14 (1:44)
Floppy 15 (1:42)
Floppy 16 (1:34)
Floppy 17 (1:36)
Floppy 18 (1:55)
Floppy 19 (2:03)
Floppy 20 (1:30)
Floppy 21 (1:51)
Floppy 22 (1:38)
Bonus Drum Kits (0:15)
Review: Moar is a French Beatmaker who'se made beats since 1995, opting for a 'traditional vibe' of digging & sampling wax, complemented with all-in-one sets using an MPC or SP. Of course, tradition is one of the few ways we stay grounded to our roots; artists like Moar ensure that we don't go insane with experimentation and tradition-breaking. That being said, this beat collection from 2002-2006 is remarkably experimental in sound, showing that Moar's 'trad' ideology is more focused on the process rather than the end result. A diggers' delight, for the few turntablists out there still keeping the tradition alive.
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Back To The Boom Bap
Back To The Boom Bap (red marbled vinyl LP)
Cat: TVLP 24C. Rel: 07 Dec 22
Hip Hop/R&B
My Pen My Mic (with LS Brigandes & Raashan Ahmad) (4:13)
Destroying The Track (with Sadat vs & El Da Sensei - remix) (3:42)
Taylor Made (with Guilty Simpson - Moar remix) (2:43)
LOVE (with Raashan Ahmad) (3:38)
Gone (with Dizraeli) (3:38)
Hot Style (with Insight & Ls Brigandes) (3:52)
Make That Change (with Emcee G Roc Gayle - remix) (2:51)
LOVE (with Aima The Dreamer) (3:56)
Seasons Change (with Raashan Ahmad - remix) (4:10)
Party People (with Rita J) (4:07)
Review: Those who've followed the career of French producer Moar will confirm that his hip-hop productions have always been rooted in "boom-bap", that head-nodding, toe-tapping variation of East Coast rap music that first rose to prominence during the style's "golden era" of the late '80s and early '90s. It makes sense, then, that his latest full-length is a celebration of his love of the style which draws on cuts and collaborations made (and sometimes released digitally) at various points over the course of his 16-year career. It's a highly enjoyable set all told, with plenty of killer cuts, jazzy instrumentals and vocal workouts that benefit greatly from the contributions of such rap talents as Guilty Simpson, Aima The Dreamer, Disraeli and Raashan Ahmed.
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Bossa Nova Rico Suave
Cat: TV 020. Rel: 05 Oct 23
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
Bossa Nova Rico Suave (3:10)
Bossa Nova Rico Suave (King Most remix) (3:25)
Review: Coming to Trad Vibe, French music production duo Boar & The Badlibs impress us to no end with their 7" singles, of which their latest 'Bossa Nova Rico Suave' now becomes a part. The track is a clean nuevo-bossa-nova exercise, underlaid by a pumping backbeat making it equally as worthy of an eclectic hip-hop or downtempo mix. We're sure the nominal pun on 'Madlib' isn't without its inspirations. The King Most remix on the flip side is just as neat, drawing on samba while pinning down a bustlingly percussive groove.
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Funk Fries
Cat: TVLP 28. Rel: 09 Nov 23
Cosmic Kisses (feat Daniel David)
Groupy Love
Superfluous (feat Nic Hanson)
In The Mothership
My Love
Down (feat Uncle Sean)
What U Want (feat Sally Green)
Monkey Wasn't Fonky (feat Kokane)
Review: MoFunk hails from down in the South of France in sunny Marseille and he has been active in the world of funk and g-funk for many years. This new album brings all his considerable skills to the fore across a vibrant and retro-future collection of jams that cannot fail to make you feel good and get up and shake your tail feathers. From Dam-Funk to Prince this record has shades of all the greats right from the hip-swinging goodness of opener 'Cosmic Kisses' (feat Daniel David) to the more laidback and jazzy closer 'Monkey Wasnt Fonky'. A gem of a record.
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 in stock $25.58
Rock Your Money
Cat: TV 021. Rel: 29 Feb 24
Rock Your Money (feat Enois Scroggins & Said)
System 3 0 (feat AprilSoul)
Review: Marseille's Mofak lays down yet another two modern boogie cuts for the fans. The titular 'Rock Your Money', featuring the vocal talents of Said (IAM) and Elois Scroggins, makes ample use of appended vocoder and telephoning lead vox; all comes wrapped in an ultimately bouncy number, against which Scroggins' vocals are stark. On the B, we hear 'System 3.0', a logical continuation of the A-side's theme, albeit this time gladly accepting the femme vocal assurances of AprilSoul, while Mofak himself hops on the vocoder; both paint a picture of a systematic love, one which cannot survive without vice and indulgence.
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 in stock $15.81
Higher Frequency
Higher Frequency (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TVLP 19. Rel: 01 Nov 19
Hip Hop/R&B
Higher Frequency (feat Rita J) (3:48)
Make That Change (3:02)
Manifestation (3:29)
The Breaks (2:40)
Oh Happy Days (feat Finsta) (3:18)
Breaking It Down (feat Jean Louis Potin) (3:07)
Dolly (feat Remi Schnell) (3:39)
Planning (3:06)
When It Rain (3:04)
Drums Made Me (3:05)
 in stock $18.72
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