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Never Gonna Fall In Love Again (Like I Fell In Love With You)
Cat: 12DOS 1. Rel: 25 Nov 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Never Gonna Fall In Love Again (Like I Fell In Love With You) (feat Vanessa Haynes) (6:25)
  2. Never Gonna Fall In Love Again (Like I Fell In Love With You) (Disco instrumental) (6:13)
Review: This record is a re-make of a Carmen Amez disco and boogie gem from 1983. The original goes for well over L200 and isn't even that good a pressing. This cover first saw the light of day as a 12" in September that was only acquired by certain DJs. It soon started trading for high prices as people wondered what the hell it was, who it was by, and whether it was a shifty bootleg. That's all resolved now as it gets a proper out with a freshly re-recorded version with strings, horns, bells, whistles and Vanessa Haynes on vocals. It's a lush bit of floor filling heart swelling disco, funk and soul gold with soaring strings to boot.
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Exit Planet Earth: Nitrogen
Exit Planet Earth: Nitrogen (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: EPE 03. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Electro
  1. Radioactive Man - "One Out" (6:09)
  2. Annie Hall - "Invisible Dust" (5:10)
  3. Sansibar - "Tamagotchi" (7:28)
  4. VC-118A - "Moss" (5:55)
Review: 20/20 Vision continue to celebrate their renewed electro vigour with the third part in the Exit Planet Earth series, once again calling on a crack team of machine funkers to deliver the robo-goods. Radioactive Man is up first with 'One Out', which finds the original Lone Swordsman on impeccable form teasing and testing his rubbery synth flex around a needlepoint groove. Annie Hall follows up in fine style with the dreamy lilt of 'Invisible Dust', while Sansibar locks into something a little dirtier on the dungeon boogie of 'Tamagotchi'. VC-118A's 'Moss' completes the set in a spellbinding fashion, dropping the tempo for something a little more exploratory with plenty of mystical atmospheres and tweaked FX fills marking out an evocative soundscape.
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Played by: Wes Baggaley
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Nothing But Love
Cat: GAMM 152. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Nothing But Love (For JB) (8:53)
  2. Hold Fast (4:38)
  3. Yes Indeed (Rock Free For Trouble) (6:21)
Review: The irrepressible Gamm label have said that all profits from this release will be handed to charity in Paul 'Trouble' Anderson's honour. It's a super EP of edits by UK legend Ashley Beedle who teams up with his pal Abi Clarke. The opener is a real gem that reworks the buttery tones of Barry White with real sympathy, 'Hold Fast' is then a glossy r&b tinged slow motion disco tune with steamy and sensors vocals and a fine funky bass riff, then closing the show is a classy boogie anthem
'Yes Indeed (Rock Free For Trouble)' from Steve Arrington that dazzles and pleases in equal measure.

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Played by: Superbreak
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De La Smoove: Lesson 1
De La Smoove: Lesson 1 (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: BCCD 2020003. Rel: 26 Nov 20
Funk
  1. De La Smoove: Lesson 1 (4:30)
  2. Hall & Soul (4:24)
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Time Of The Season (Record Store Day Black Friday 2020)
Cat: MXMRK 2037. Rel: 27 Nov 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Time Of The Season (edit by Mr K) (7:41)
  2. Theme From Great Cities (edit by Mr K) (9:35)
Review: Reaching deep into the earliest foundations of his voluminous collection, Danny Krivit presents a psychedelic pop classic rearranged for today's sound systems and setlists. Recorded in the Beatles' Abbey Road studio at the height of the Summer Of Love, the Zombies' "Time Of The Season" is firmly linked in pop culture to the late '60s and the Vietnam era, although it almost never made it out to a wider audience. Ignored on its initial release, it was given a second chance by the label as the last gasp from a band that had officially split up a year before. This time around the song steadily gained fans and word-of-mouth plays in the U.S. and by the summer of 1969, two years after it had been recorded, "Time Of The Season" was ubiquitous and well on its way to being firmly enshrined as an emblem of the era.

Krivit's edit highlights the parade of lush sonic textures that ornament the hip composition, from the iconic, exquisitely echoed bass-clap-exhale riff that opens the song to the cascading Hammond organ solos of Rod Argent. Naturally, this MEU issue keeps the audio quality at its highest level, the better to appreciate these nuances. "It's a song from my childhood that really struck a chord," Danny says. "Over the years I often played a rough edit which always seemed to go over great. The song seemed to get better and better, and age like fine wine." We agree!

From flowers and incense, we move to glass and steel. "Theme For Great Cities" envelops us in a soaring, intense groove, as emblematic of the post-punk no wave style of 1981 as "Time of the Season" was to its own era. Produced by Gong's Steve Hillage, this futuristic instrumental is a bit like Bowie's wordless works with Eno, with an added downtown edge. "The original really struck me," Danny recalls, "especially at Roxy in the early '80s hip hop nights, on that Richard Long sound system... It really blew me away with its atmosphere!"

Danny's edit combines the lean and mean original with a trackier remixed version, cleanly lifting off on an epic ride that clocks in at nearly ten minutes. With the revised rhythm section and its quick-punched low end sandwiching the meat of the original's punishing drums and aggressive, picked bass line, Mr. K gives us the best of the expanded sonics of the remix without losing the atmospherics of the original take.
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Zbor Tandem EP
Zbor Tandem EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BM 003. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Fluturul (10:10)
  2. Vulturul (7:51)
  3. Si Gaita (8:07)
Review: The Botanic Minds stable continue to inject the vague framework of minimal club music with some colour and sass with this excellent EP from Romanian mainstay Sepp. 'Fluturul' is a perfect 10-minute escapade with a seriously funky bassline and dreamy but snappy melodic hooks on top to carry you away in a reverie of sunkissed psychedelia. 'Vulturul' takes things in a deeper direction without losing the panache and personality that made the A side a winner. 'Si Gaita' seals the deal with a sundown delight that weaves together more of those interlocking melodic lines to get bodies shaking in an effortless, day-into-night fashion that spells out a long and fruity session ahead.
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Finally Ready (Dimitri From Paris Remixes)
Cat: GLITS 060. Rel: 26 Nov 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Finally Ready (Dimitri From Paris TSOP - The Sound Of Paris - remix part I) (5:11)
  2. Finally Ready (Dimitri From Paris TSOP - The Sound Of Paris - remix part II) (3:57)
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Vixere II/II
Vixere II/II (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MGM 10. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Techno
  1. Troglodyte Party (8:08)
  2. Drek (4:31)
  3. Mastodon (6:51)
  4. The Foolish & The Senseless Alike (5:34)
  5. Bodie (1:59)
Review: A new record from Malin Genie is always an intriguing proposition, and on this occasion the prolific, chameleonic producer is working in the realm of sharply focused techno with a dubby sensibility at its heart. That's especially true on 'Drek', which does a great job of bringing a fresh texture to the well worn dub techno palette thanks to some canny FX processing. 'Mastodon' is bigger still thanks to its own assortment of pulsing chord tones, and 'The Foolish & The Senseless' brings things into a new realm of expression with some forthright melodies that aren't typically associated with the dub techno tradition. Top shelf stuff as always from this inventive and accomplished producer.


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Played by: Brian James
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Testify (remixes)
Cat: DFTD 602R. Rel: 25 Nov 20
Deep House
  1. Testify (Mousse T Funky Shizzle extended remix) (5:51)
  2. Testify (KDA extended remix) (6:20)
  3. Testify (Danny Krivit edit) (6:02)
  4. Testify (Alan Dixon remix) (6:57)
Review: Had it not been for the cursed pandemic, Davie's 'Testify' - a righteous fusion of neo-soul, gospel and nu-disco - would have been an anthem throughout the many festivals dotted around the Adriatic and the Mediterranean. Here the superb original is twisted into even more celebratory new dancefloor shapes across another essential EP. Mousse T sets the tone by turning it into a jazzy, percussive and stomping chunk of disco-house pleasure, before KDA re-imagines it as a thrusting, hard-edged house loop jam that wisely showcases Davie's inspired bassline. Over on the flip, Danny Krivit gets out his scalpel and successfully extends the mid-tempo original, while Alex Dixon pops a pill or two and reworks it into a rushing piano-house special.
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Sirocco
Sirocco (7")
Cat: 451056. Rel: 26 Nov 20
Funk
  1. Sirocco (3:17)
  2. Nymphea (3:13)
Review: This year, Russian outfit the Diasonics have delivered a swathe of seven-inch singles, each of which acts as a showcase for their unique "Hussar funk" sound - an "outernational" style blend of deep funk grooves, psych-funk flourishes and melodic refrains that draw on their native Eastern European musical culture. They're at it again on their first Mocambo outing, which opens with the stunning strains of 'Sirocco', where Pierre Henry style synth motifs and decidedly Russian melodies rise above booming bass guitar, crunchy drum grooves and surprisingly creepy jazz guitars. Turn to side B for the slightly bolder and arguably even creepier 'Nymphea', another solid slab of quirky deep funk that should appeal to those who like eccentric 1970s library music and unusual musical mutations.
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Exotica
Exotica (12" + sticker)
Cat: SWEATSV 010. Rel: 24 Nov 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Exotica (6:25)
  2. Exotica (instrumental) (6:24)
Review: This one has been long delayed due to Purple Disco Machine's previous tune 'Hypnotised' blowing up the worldwide spot, but finally it sees the light of day and is only likely to further fuel the hype ardour the guy. 'Exotica' is a timeless disco cut with something for everyone - strident drum grooves, nice tropical percussion, well treated vocals and vocoders and cosmic synth explosions. The instrumental removes the call and response vocal but either one of these is destined for big things well into the New Year and beyond.
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Love Theme From Spartacus
Love Theme From Spartacus (7") (1 per customer)
Ace
Cat: NW 6. Rel: 26 Nov 20
Jazz
  1. Yusef Lateef - "Love Theme From Spartacus" (2:57)
  2. Cannonball Adderley Sextet - "Brother John" (2:24)
Review: This must-check dinked 45 brings together two killer and influential jazz recordings from the early 1960s. On the A-side you'll find Yusuf Lateef's inspired cover of Alen North's 'Spartacus Love Theme', a shuffling, Latin-tinged, piano-laden affair that inspired many subsequent interpretations from fellow musical titans (think Ramsey Lewis, Carlos Santana, Eddie Harris and Bill Evans, for starters). It's an effortlessly breezy and life-affirming version that stands apart from the hard-bop jazz jams that Lateef was recording at the time. On the flip you'll find the scarce 7" edit of the Cannonball Alderley Sextet's recording of 'Brother John', a cool jazz interpretation that famously features a rare oboe solo from the track's composer (and Sextet member), Yusuf Lateef.
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Played by: Piers Harrison
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Baluba Shake
Ace
Cat: NW 5. Rel: 24 Nov 20
Soul
  1. Brunetta - "Baluba Shake" (2:22)
  2. Rita Pavone - "Il Geghege" (2:15)
Review: Ace Records are she-pop experts who have kept a constant stream of high quality offerings from the 1960s coming. Featuring mostly British and American artists the label now widens its net to serve up a pair of high impact tunes from their well-received Ciao Bella! Italian Girl Singers Of The 1960s compilation CD. Brunetta's 'Baluba Shake' has big and cavernous drums, plucked guitar riffs and rollicking great chords next to lung-busting vocals. It's a real dancer. Things get more impassioned on the high speed funk chase that is Rita Pavone's 'Il Geghege.'
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Played by: Soul Music
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Global Darkness (reissue)
Cat: CREMECLASSICS 04. Rel: 26 Nov 20
Electro
  1. Electro Muzik (5:24)
  2. Interstellar Funk (5:08)
  3. Alien Life Form (3:50)
  4. Just Don't Understand (feat DJ K1 - bonus track) (4:41)
Review: As any electro-head will well know, AUX88 is one of the original Detroit pioneers. Back in 2008 he dropped this EP and now leading Dutch electro titans Creme Organization's Classics offshoot remasters it and reissues it complete with a bonus joint from DJ K1. 'Electro Muzik' is fierce from the off, with vocoded vocals and squelchy bass ripping up raw analogue drums. 'Interstellar Funk' is pure and perfect body music, with super-funk in the drum and bass combo and smeared sci-fi chords bringing all the feels. 'Alia Life Form' is another dark interplanetary trip then that DJ K1 tune 'Just Don't understand' locks you in a hall of reflective melodies and restless bass.
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Return To The Sentient City
Cat: SEM 069. Rel: 26 Nov 20
Electro
  1. Chain Of Memories (7:04)
  2. Ascendant Machines (4:42)
  3. Amphibious Architecture (5:43)
  4. Ubicomp Malfunction (7:00)
Review: Bleep43 crew member Emile Facey, aka Plant43, returns for one of his irregular conceptual forays on Svreca's Semantica Records. Continuing the theme of his previous two Semantica releases, the four strong suite of intense electro revolves around Facey's sonic travels through the imaginary Sentient City. If you have indulged in previous Plant43 output you will know the London artist possesses a masterful range and it's displayed wonderfully here. Opener "Chain Of Memories" combines ripples of richness with the instantly gratifying snap of 808 programming, whilst "Ascendant Machines" is a wonderful example of his ear for melody. B side opener "Ubicomp Malfunction" veers into alien territory whilst "Amphibious Architechture" offers a contemplative finale.
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Drop 6
Drop 6 (gatefold 12")
Cat: AGE101 DR6. Rel: 25 Nov 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Might Bang Might Not (2:06)
  2. One Life Might Live (2:36)
  3. Damn Right (1:59)
  4. You Should Call Mum (2:17)
  5. Where's My Lighter (feat Alewya) (3:49)
Review: Drop 6 is the latest in an ongoing mix series that finds British rapper Little Simz flexing her skills over an extended release. It's a fine work that puts her lucid vocal flow front and centre. She muses on meditation, self-reliance and occasionally stores a moment to big up herself. It has an alluring vibe, gloomy in places, empowering in others, and often feels as lonely as lockdown will have been for many. The artist has said before she pushed through something of a crisis to get the record finished and that always shines through, but only to the betterment of the results.
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Autumn/Winter 20/21
Cat: FPRAW 2021. Rel: 24 Nov 20
Deep House
  1. Power To Light (7:02)
  2. Side Groove (Booty) (6:32)
Played by: Superbreak
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Love & Light
Cat: PHLP 13CD. Rel: 27 Nov 20
Techno
  1. London Island (CD1)
  2. Dusting For Smoke
  3. Dream Distortion
  4. Katana
  5. Darlinnn
  6. Depth Wish
  7. Searing Light, Forward Motion
  8. Infinite Future
  9. After The Fire
  10. Into The Arms Of Stillness
  11. Fuzzwar
  12. Pure Life
  13. A Story In E5
  14. One More Morning
  15. Falling Light (CD2 - bonus track)
Review: In recent times Daniel Avery has been busy collaborating with the likes of Alessandro Cortini and Roman Flugel (the latter as Noun), so few expected him to drop a new solo album in 2020. Yet Love & Light, his surprise third full-length, could well be his most sonically stunning set to date. Beginning with the gaseous ambient opaqueness of 'London Island', the set sees him blaze a trail through 1990s style Sabres of Paradise/Sabresonic techno, hazy dub techno, beatless soundscapes and intense drone tones, before switching focus to deep, gentle and melodious mutations of breakbeat, IDM and electronica. The limited-edition CD also comes bundled with a bonus disc containing the music from Falling Light, a sound and vision installation he created for the 2019 Leeds International Festival.
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Isolation Tapes 3
Cat: GRU 114. Rel: 24 Nov 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Intimacy (feat Lady Vale) (6:40)
  2. Outta Limits (7:17)
  3. Neon City Lights (6:01)
Review: UK stalwarts Audiojack are real workhorses who have provided a myriad of club-ready weapons for DJs all across the board in recent years. Most of it has come on their own Gruuv label, which is where they return now. They open this latest missive with 'Intimacy (feat Lady Vale)', a slow building tune that awakens from a subtle, deep roller into a rather spiritual cut thanks to the fine vocals. 'Outta Limits' indeed explores the sort of deserted distant planets you'd expect from the title, while 'Neo City Lights' could well be the sound of a future disco found on one such exploration.
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EP One
EP One (12" repress)
Cat: MBG 1091. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Deep House
  1. ORE: Nove Nove (7:29)
  2. Quiet (reprise) (2:44)
  3. The Quiet (6:59)
  4. Let's Vibe (6:04)
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Tease
Tease (12")
Cat: HOTC 161. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Funky/Club House
  1. Tease (feat Kyozo) (5:36)
  2. Smack (5:59)
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Bit More Raggo EP
Bit More Raggo EP (transparent green vinyl 12")
Cat: LCS 004. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Deep House
  1. What I Say (7:00)
  2. Gambling Man (6:32)
  3. Humidity Metre (7:07)
  4. Commands (7:14)
Review: Buckle up for this much hyped debut on Locus from Rising London-based artist Casey Spillman. He is clearly a student of the prime tech house era of the mid-nineties, but also someone with his ear to the contemporary underground house sounds coming from Berlin. 'What I Say' cuts up a nice subtle vocal, then lets it ride over a heavy but undulating beat as the crisp percussion flutters up top. 'Gambling Man' is more freaky for those playful after-hours sessions and 'Humidity Metre' then gets even more wonky, with darting synths keeping you on your toes before the closer 'Commands' is a full on tech workout. Classy stuff.
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Dreamweavers
Dreamweavers (transparent blue vinyl 7" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: MT 7002. Rel: 24 Nov 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Masina (2:23)
  2. Mizugaki (3:49)
Review: Mark de Clive-Lowe somewhat goes back to his roots on this fantastic new electro-acoustic record, Dreamweavers. It features two singles from the album of the same name on a special transparent 7". All his veritable skills as a pianist and composer are on show as he links with bass player Andrea Lombardini and drummer Tommaso Cappellato. There are meditative melodies a la Sakamoto, soulful and playful chords and broken beat rhythms in the drums that all make this an expansive and life pair of standout singles from the master.
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Conform Re Touched Series Vol III
Cat: CNFR 027. Rel: 27 Nov 20
Techno
  1. Gaetek aka Gaetano Parisio - "Vesuvius EP B2" (Deetron remix) (6:02)
  2. Gaetano Parisio - "Ritmatica" (Steve Bicknell Retouhed) (5:26)
  3. Gaetek aka Gaetano Parisio - "The Advanced Series Vol II B1" (Ken Ishii re-edit) (5:31)
  4. Gaetek aka Gaetano Parisio - "Vesuvius EP B2" (Oscar Mulero Omre edit) (5:18)
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Mainline EP
Cat: WRECKS 031. Rel: 26 Nov 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Route 81 (5:07)
  2. Route 82 (5:11)
  3. Route 83 (5:43)
  4. Route 84 (4:00)
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Slip Away
Slip Away (7")
Cat: DNSCR 012. Rel: 27 Nov 20
Soul
  1. Tyrone Davis - "Slip Away" (2:26)
  2. Gene Chandler - "There Was A Time" (3:33)
Review: Two much over soul vocalist from the North Soul era step up on one mighty 7" here with Tyrone Davis' essential version of Clarence Carter's 'Slip Away' on the first side. It has never been available as a single before and with the brass build and funky groove, it's irresistible. Flip it over and drop that needle for a different but equal good sound, this time as Gene Chandler builds a high energy and intense vibe as he covers James Brown's huge 'There Was A Time'. Sharp, driving and high impact, it's the second sizzler on this fine 7".
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Public Holidays
Cat: PAGER 011. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Render (8:03)
  2. Keine Worries In Den Hollies (6:56)
  3. Outfits4 (7:38)
  4. Luc Luc Coconut (7:31)
Review: Phil Evans and Markus Sommer's Pager label does a fine job of reimagining playful and curious old school techno through a modern lens. The 12"s are often sold out in quick time and this time they look to the talents of Porco Rosso, who doesn't release often, but makes quality moves when he does. 'Render' is a wonky, fun filled tune awash with natty melodies. 'Keine Worries In Den Hollies' dials back a little, but still excels at harmonic hits and neon synths. 'Outfits4' offers amore thoughtful house vibe that is gentle and comforting before the crisp 90s tech of 'Luc Luc Coconut' layers up farting bass and snappy stars to seductive effect.
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Family Things Vol 1
  1. Melchior Sultana & Janelle Pulo - "Reversed" (6:10)
  2. Jan Ketel & Siggatunez - "Wanna Fly" (6:24)
  3. Jan Kincl, Borut Cvajner & Regis Kattie - "Paint It Black" (5:57)
  4. Dan Piu - "A Beautiful Day" (6:12)
Review: Bielefeld, Germany's Deep Inspiration Records endeavours to present the best of house, slo-mo, disco, soul and chill - in the words of the record label head 'expect the unexpected.' A clutch of most welcome newcomers appear on the aptly-titled latest EP from Deep Inspiration Show Records - it sure feels like a family affair. The arcane and hypnotic minimal house vibe of 'Reversed' by Melchior Sultana with Janelle Pulo rules the A side in fine fashion. On the flip, there's the hazy and blunted jazz bar loops of Jan Kincl, Borut Cvajner & Regis Kattie's 'Paint It Black' (getting that Max Graef/Glenn Astro vibe in effect) and closing it out is Dan Piu with the shimmering Alleviated style vibe of 'A Beautiful Day' awash in FM synth tones.
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The Long First Friday
The Long First Friday (12" repress)
Cat: MC 029. Rel: 25 Nov 20
Deep House
  1. The Long First Friday (10:13)
  2. Hardly Breathe (14:20)
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Time Flies
Time Flies (12")
Cat: KSR 005. Rel: 27 Nov 20
Techno
  1. Kaiser - "Reckless Men" (6:55)
  2. Diego Amura - "Fine" (5:15)
  3. Kwartz - "Ground Contact" (5:55)
  4. Sev Dah - "Daimonic" (6:03)
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Mina EP
Mina EP (12")
Cat: SOAD 02. Rel: 24 Nov 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Silk (5:48)
  2. Rewind (4:34)
  3. Jarren's Groove (4:27)
  4. Pulsar (3:58)
  5. 4 Ur Trunk (5:13)
  6. Offering Bounce (3:15)
Review: Jarren hails from LA and brings plenty of the warmth and soul of that place to his music on this, the third rase from the already fine sounding Slices of A Dog. Mixing up deep house grooves, sultry sax from Jacob "JD" Crouch, oodles of g-funk and plenty of lush broken beats, this is a record that will bring heat to even the coldest winter night. Low-riding drums, cold analogue pops and hits and meandering top lines all take your mind away while the squelchy bass keeps your ass on the move. LA legend Bendek is the man bringing that on guitar, and label's co-founder Brothermartino on flutes also plays a key part.
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Played by: Per Bojsen-Moller
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Dark Matter
Dark Matter (2xCD)
RCA
Cat: 194398 17292. Rel: 27 Nov 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Blackbirds (feat Leo Stannard)
  2. Camelphat & Jake Bugg - "Be Someone"
  3. Camelphat & Artbat - "For A Feeling" (feat Rhodes)
  4. Inbetween The Lines
  5. Camelphat & Yannis Foals - "Hypercolour"
  6. Spektrum (feat Ali Love)
  7. Dance With My Ghost (feat Elderbrook)
  8. Easier (feat Lowes)
  9. Camelphat & Au/Ra - "Panic Room"
  10. Camelphat & Skream - "Keep Movin" (feat Max Milner)
  11. Wildfire (feat Lowes)
  12. Camelphat & Elderbrook - "Cola"
  13. Camelphat & Cristoph - "Phantoms"
  14. Camelphat & Jem Cooke - "Rabbit Hole"
  15. Not Over Yet (feat Noel Gallagher)
  16. Camelphat & Eli & Fur - "Waiting"
  17. Carry Me Away (feat Jem Cooke)
  18. Camelphat & DEL30 - "Reaction" (feat Maverick Sabre)
  19. Camelphat & Will Easton - "Witching Hour"
  20. Expect Nothing
  21. Camelphat & Cristoph - "Breathe" (feat Jem Cooke)
Review: Given that they started their ascent to EDM superstardom over a decade ago and have already released a string of genuine crossover anthems, this debut album from Camelphat is undeniably overdue. So was it worth waiting for? If you like their brand of festival-friendly dance music hedonism, then you will genuinely love it. The assembled 21 tracks scattered across two action-packed discs draw influence from many interconnected styles - mostly electro-house, tech-house and techno, but also indie-dance, synth-pop, nu-disco and more bass-heavy flavours - and repackage them as distinctively Camelphat productions, complete with contributions from numerous collaborators and guest vocalists (Noel Gallagher, Skream, Jake Bugg, Yannis Foals, Jem Cooke and Christoph all feature).
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Why Can't We Live Together
Why Can't We Live Together (yellow vinyl 12" repress)
Cat: TKD 13062YELLO. Rel: 26 Nov 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Why Can't We Live Together (4:39)
  2. Why Can't We Live Together (LNTG No More Work rework - Late Nite Tuff Guy edit) (6:59)
Review: Second time around for Late Nite Tuff Guy's popular rework of Timmy Thomas' anti-war classic, "Why Can't We Live Together", which first appeared in stores four years ago. This time round it's been issued on striking yellow vinyl, though the track listing remains the same. The Australian's revision is undeniably aimed at contemporary dancefloors, with Thomas' impassioned vocals and lo-fi organ motifs sitting atop a lolloping, pared-back disco-house groove. It's undeniably effective and done rather tastefully, though some listeners will still prefer Thomas' original version. Happily, that's been included on side A so you get the best of both worlds.
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Face The Facts
Cat: AOTNCD 042. Rel: 26 Nov 20
Deep House
  1. Theme For City
  2. First Take
  3. Porty
  4. Face The Facts
  5. 3VSR
  6. Meet In The Middle
  7. Don't Throw It
  8. Gold Leith
  9. Down Right
  10. Varial
  11. Shapes
  12. Silver Nows
  13. Up Wrong
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Raw
Raw (7" repress)
Cat: OC 001. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Raw (4:10)
  2. Raw (instrumental) (3:39)
Review: One of the baddest to ever do it, American Big Daddy Kane has an arsenal of gems in his back cat. This one came in 1987 and is one of his many classic tracks, now available on Prism Records. It's a perfect old school sound complete with mad DJ scratches, squealing horn sounds and dusty breaks for the b-boys. The rap work is impassioned, with articulate delivery hitting hard. Flip it over and you will be treated to a never before released instrumental that is also well worth adding to the collection.
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Late Night Soundtrack: Remixes
Late Night Soundtrack: Remixes (marbled vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: MUSTMAKELP 001RMX. Rel: 24 Nov 20
Drum And Bass
  1. Overnight Express (feat SPMC - Break remix) (5:20)
  2. Two Words (Tim Reaper remix) (5:09)
  3. Your Loss (Halogenix remix) (4:21)
  4. Heart Crossed (5:40)
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Fabric Presents Octo Octa & Eris Drew
Cat: FABRIC 207. Rel: 27 Nov 20
Deep House
  1. Project Sound - "Sweet In The Morning" (Project Sound mix)
  2. 515 Connection - "Positive & Negative"
  3. RM Project - "Rock 2 Tha Beat" (The Greenery mix)
  4. Y U QT - "Fort Wibbler"
  5. CZR - "Structure"
  6. D'Menace - "I'm Great-full"
  7. Octo Octa - "River"
  8. Vinyl Blair - "Scratch N Sniff" (The One Billion dub mix)
  9. Continous Cool - "Automatic"
  10. Global Method - "Good Life" (Orbital mix)
  11. DJ Hyperactive - "Reptilian Tank"
  12. Alec Falconer - "New Junk City"
  13. GOD - "Watch Ya Bass Bins"
  14. Stevie B-Zet - "Everlasting Pictures - Right Through Infinity" (Booker T Everlasting Klub mix)
  15. X-Press 2 - "Say What!" (London Underground mix)
  16. The Two Amigos - "Everybody Get Up" (vocal mix)
  17. The Beatfreaks - "Boo Dem"
  18. Dr Motte & Westbam - "Sunshine"
  19. Marascia - "Genetically Changed"
  20. Eris Drew - "Reactiv-8"
  21. Thursday Club - "Dis Is Dis"
Review: Life partners and musical soulmates Octa Octa and Eris Drew have done much to raise the profile of transgender artists within dance music, and as a result their first contribution to Fabric's ongoing mix series seems genuinely significant. They've naturally pulled out all the stops for the occasion, gathering together choice cuts from the last 30 years, some of which have been sought-after secret weapons in their sets over the last decade. The all-action mix is highly entertaining, with highlights including the strobe-lit proto tech-trance of Westbam & Dr Motte's 'Sunshine', the mind-mangling techno intensity of DJ Hyperactive's 'Reptilian Skank', the warped bassline pressure of Y U QT's 'Fort Wibbler', and Orbital's storming, hard-to-find 1992 remix of Global Method's Inner City-sampling rave anthem 'Good Life'.

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Help Me
Help Me (7")
Cat: SDE 53. Rel: 27 Nov 20
Soul
  1. Help Me (3:12)
  2. Spellbound (3:13)
Review: Onyx formed in 1972 with the original line up of Aaron and Wendell Basey, Malvin Scott, and Ronald Busby. They came up in the Bay Area of San Fran and worked with various other bands and producers before the Basey Brothers went it alone. They set up the NIA label and kicked it off with the two soul gems presented here. 'Help Me' is a golden cut with big horns and strings, driving rhythm section and vocal harmonies to swell the heart. 'Spellbound' then sends you into a spin with its soaring vocals reaching up to the heavens, gentle drums and warming keys.
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Push Push
Push Push (7")
Cat: STIX 051. Rel: 25 Nov 20
Dub
  1. Push Push (4:08)
  2. Push Push (version) (4:10)
Review: Four years have passed since we last heard from Taggy Matcher, the reggae, dub and dancehall alias of musical polymath Bruno 'Patchworks' Hovart. 'Push Push' sees him reunite with semi-regular collaborator Eve-Line Lamarca AKA LMK, a singer and toaster whose distinctive style was last heard on a 2017 tribute to Yabby You's 'My Enemies Riddim'. She naturally does a terrific job on the A-side full vocal version of 'Push Push', reciting her own dancehall style lyrics over a skanking, digital reggae riddim from the ridiculously talented Hovart. His backing track, which prioritizes synth-brass, deep bass and Hammond organ sounds, can be heard in full on the flip.
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Tropicale 17
Cat: WPW 008. Rel: 24 Nov 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Detox (4:05)
  2. Tropicale 17 (4:48)
  3. Tropicale 17 (Chicken Lips Malfunction) (12:13)
Review: You can always rely on Whiskey Pickle for some of that playful weirdness and this time out it is prolific Italian producer DJ Rocca who serves up the musical thrills and spills. 'Detox' is an old school, 80s sounding synth heavy jam with poly rhythms and tropical feelings that lead to steamy dance floors. Things stay retro with 'Tropicale 17' which has a nice shimmery electro beat, arpeggiated bell sounds and naturalistic jungle motifs that take you to another world. Remixing it is long time disco dons Chicken Lips, who smooths things out to go for a more extended and slow burning cosmic journey.
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Desire
Desire (12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: BAP 144. Rel: 27 Nov 20
Techno
  1. Desire (club mix) (8:43)
  2. Desire (Slow version) (7:00)
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Three Trax (reissue)
Cat: RSO 01. Rel: 26 Nov 20
Techno
  1. Off Message (8:38)
  2. Night Nurse (7:20)
  3. Porcupine Groove (7:27)
Review: Throughout his lengthy career, Steve O'Sullivan has proved adept at delivering "proper techno" tracks that are a cut above those of his contemporaries. This re-issued three-tracker for Rawax shows him doing just. A-side 'Off Message' sets the tone, with O'Sullivan layering deep space chords and gentle intergalactic melodies atop a tough-but-rubbery beat. The sweatier and sleazier 'Night Nurse' boasts fizzing, fill-happy drum machine percussion and deep space chords that recall the early years of Detroit techno, while 'Porcupine Grove' is a snappy, pitched-up romp rich in crunchy TR-909 beats, faintly foreboding background chords and tight melodic loops.
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Blocked EP
Blocked EP (12")
Cat: TIN 009. Rel: 23 Nov 20
UK Garage
  1. Blocked (feat Killa P) (3:28)
  2. Butterfly (5:18)
  3. Take My Love (5:30)
  4. All Night (5:23)
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Second Degree
Cat: SEC 004. Rel: 27 Nov 20
Techno
  1. Hope (6:40)
  2. Endless (6:53)
  3. Daily Route (6:19)
  4. Sadly Mistaken (5:57)
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Busted & Bamboozled
Busted & Bamboozled (12" + insert limited to 250 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: OPSM 008. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Techno
  1. Busted & Bamboozled (6:13)
  2. Alarm Men (5:28)
  3. Tech Mummy (6:02)
  4. I Need A Vacation (5:50)
  5. Prison Meals (5:26)
  6. Non Human Headlock (5:24)
Review: Do you have a tendency to look in the mirror with shame and horror about the person you might become? Do you have neon blood? Have you ever driven a forklift carrying a pallet of rotten fruit? Have you ever eaten tater tots from Skylark?
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Everybody
Everybody (7")
Cat: DDTITUS 1. Rel: 25 Nov 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Everybody (vocal) (4:06)
  2. Everybody (instrumental) (4:06)
Review: Actor and composer Marshall Titus is originally from Chicago and has been a professional singer since 1979. In 1984 he had his biggest hit, ' Take A Chance', but this brand new music shows he hasn't lost his magic touch over the course of the last 36 years. 'Everybody' is a feel good boogie gem, a disco tune with nice organic rhythm section, plenty of bog chords and a busy bassline that does plenty to get you moving. DD Lahouve has taken care of the brilliantly authentic production, which is fresh and modern but instilled with that realness we all love from the 70s.
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Intersect
Intersect (12")
Cat: STILLEBEN 058. Rel: 26 Nov 20
Electro
  1. Comprised Of Wires (5:03)
  2. Dream In Data (5:54)
  3. Frank (4:51)
  4. Quartz (4:49)
  5. Time Travel (3:45)
Review: Sweden's Stilleben is an all action electro label that for a third time - twice solo once as part of a VA - welcomes back IXRQ for five more fine excursions to distant astral worlds. The nimble bass and tinny hits of 'Comprised Of Wires' opens up in widescreen fashion and 'Dream In Data' follows a similar path, with melancholic pads draped over busy bass. The smooth cyber-funk continues on 'Frank' before 'Quartz' starts to get a little more introverted as life on planet earth grows an ever more distant memory. The best comes last though with 'Time Travel' being a bleeping, twitching brew of coruscated bass and bright synths.
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Stargate EP
Stargate EP (12" repress)
Cat: 3024 ANU1. Rel: 26 Nov 20
Techno
  1. Stargate (6:13)
  2. Teleported (6:20)
  3. Atlas4088 (5:54)
Review: Last year Anunaku debuted on Whities with an essential EP of tribal-infused breakbeat bass music and clanking, speaker-bothering Afro-techno. It was an insanely good debut and this follow-up on 3024 is every bit as impressive. Restless African hand percussion, intergalactic electronics, spacey riffs and tactile house beats combine brilliantly on A-side "Stargate", while fiendishly heavy flipside opener "Teleported" is a wicked mix of crunchy breakeats, elongated hoover bass, tight vocal stabs and mind-altering snake charmer solos. Closing cut "Atlas4088" meanwhile is a locked-in Afro-techno drum track with just the right amount of ethereal flute sounds.
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Zero Sum Game EP
Cat: SNFBT 004. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Techno
  1. Night Visions (5:10)
  2. Zero-Sum Game (6:11)
  3. Silhouetta (5:23)
  4. Falling Forward (5:02)
  5. Neuron Blossom (6:29)
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Will There Ever Be A Day That You're Hung Like A Thief
  1. 100 Yards Of Crash Barrier (3:22)
  2. A La Mort Surbite (4:57)
  3. Celebrating Weakness (3:34)
  4. I Don't Like The Man I Am (2:20)
  5. If They've Got What They Want They've Got You (3:57)
  6. I'll Tell You Who I'm Not So You'll Know Who I Am (3:46)
  7. A Self Inflicted Wound (4:00)
  8. Will There Ever Be That You're Hung Like A Thief? (5:09)
  9. You're The One I Idolise (2:44)
  10. You Who Have Always Held Me (3:12)
  11. Chatham Town Welcomes Desperate Men (6:51)
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