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AAA EP (12")
Cat: CCLD 005. Rel: 02 Jan 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. AAA
  2. AAA (SAM reshape)
  3. Btass
Review: After a strong 2014, in which he dropped two highly regarded EPs on his friend's CrazyJack label, Parisian producer Lowris pops up on Danish deep techno imprint Concealed Sounds. "AAA" sets the tone, with Lowris peppering a tough, undulating groove - replete with a chunky dub bassline - with all manner of cosmic noises, trippy effects and tipsy electronics. Delaphine regular S.A.M goes deeper on his "re-shape", which makes great use of liquid chords and heady melodies. Finally, "BTass" sees Lowris return to the dense, percussive style with which he made his name, turning in the sort of stripped-back drum jam that should ignite dancefloors that like it tough but minimal.
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out of stock $10.19
Amada (2xLP + bonus flexi 7" + MP3 download code)
Cat: ACC 1XLP. Rel: 13 Nov 13
  1. Obey City - "Take It Back"
  2. Young Mind - "Jennifer"
  3. Bobby - "Tame The Shrew"
  4. Georgia Anne Muldrow - "Git Thee"
  5. James Pants - "Ritual Magick"
  6. Silkersoft - "Duel Unmastered"
  7. Darq E Freeker - "Psychosis"
  8. Fatima Yamaha - "AAA"
  9. SCNTST - "For Forest Play Only"
  10. Mweslee - "Una 41 (In Memoriam)"
  11. DZ - "Shoulda Coulda"
  12. Dorian Concept - "Empty Everything (But You)"
  13. Claude Speeed - "Crushed Rave"
  14. GMCFOSHO - "Comupout"
Review: James Pants, Dorian Concept, Darq E Freeker are amongst those that contribute exclusive new material to Amada, a new compilation on All City curated by producer and DJ Mamiko Motto. A regular feature on Dalston radio hub NTS, Motto's A&R past working for Amsterdam label Kindred Spirits is put to good use here as the Lithuanian DJ (and sometime Hud Mo collaborator) pulls together an international cast of beat heavy talent, both established and new. Some fourteen tracks deep (if you include the bonus flexi disc) highlights on Amada come thick and fast with Stones Throw's synth nerd James Pants, Luckyme artist Claude Speed and the vastly under-rated Dorian Concept all excelling.
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out of stock $15.82
Cat: SA 007LP. Rel: 28 Sep 15
  1. The Sparrows - "Pink, Purple, Yellow & Red" (2:45)
  2. The Pawnshop - "The Telegraph Is Calling" (2:42)
  3. Gianni Marchetti - "Night In Saigon" (3:08)
  4. Roberto Righini - "Non Era Un Sogno" (4:45)
  5. Luis Bacalov - "Boulders Movement #2" (2:39)
  6. Bruno Nicolai - "Giano" (1:22)
  7. Riz Ortolani - "Decimazione Amanti" (2:02)
  8. Romano Rizzati - "Shake 5B" (2:49)
  9. Piero Piccioni - "L'Alba Dell Uomo" (2:15)
  10. Lallo Gori - "AAA Massaggiatrice #10" (1:30)
  11. Carlos Pes & Alessandro Alessandroni - "The Grass" (1:26)
  12. Berto Pisano & Jacques Chaumont - "Souk Tawil" (2:38)
  13. Bruno Nicolai - "Gin" (2:25)
  14. Giorgio Gaslini - "Bali" (5:02)
  15. Guido & Maurizio De Angeles - "Goodbye My Friend" (4:01)
  16. Florenza Mormile - "The Bitter Truth" (2:59)
  17. Franco Micalizzi - "Amazons & Supermen #54" (1:15)
  18. GP & GF Reverberi - "Le Malizie Di Venere #4" (2:27)
  19. The Tand 8 - "This World Is Mine" (2:15)
  20. Sandro Brugnolini - "Amofen" (4:18)
  21. Peppino De Luca - "Dorian Gray" (shake 1) (1:15)
  22. Dream Bags - "Grey Hat" (1:34)
  23. Albert Verrecchia - "Hallucination Strip #11" (2:59)
  24. Mario Migliardi - "Tema Di Andromeda" (3:39)
  25. Peppino De Luca - "Girl With A Gun" (medley) (1:55)
  26. Gianni Mazza - "Wave" (2:29)
  27. Roberto Righini - "Mondo Malato" (6:43)
Review: After the splurge of Spaghetti Western compilations that they've put out over the last few years, the Semi Automatic labels is back with another heavy dosage of niche soundtrack action for the heads. Ranging from psych rock to prog and electronic, Library Of Sound Grooves focuses on the Italian cinema movement between 1967-1975, years when the European nation really knew how to put together films and scores. This excellent selection of music contains plenty of garage fun, spearheaded by the likes of The Sparrows, The Pawnshop and even Italy's own Gianni Marchetti, but there are also more experimental moments, like the percussive twist that is Luis Bacalov's "Boulders Movement 2", or master Bruno Nicolai's "Giano". It is a must-have for anyone interested in one of the finest cinema movements ever.
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out of stock $26.27
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