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Cat: HVNCOMP 66. Rel: 27 Feb 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Samo DJ - "Waterfall" (4:57)
  2. Oma Totem - "Amb Minus" (5:13)
  3. Shame On Us - "Fingers Crossed" (7:43)
  4. Nadia D'alo - "Ten-high Straight" (4:53)
  5. Mioclono - "Center Of Things" (7:28)
  6. Odopt - "Bretonn" (3:40)
Review: John Talabot's Hivern Discs could be a case study in suggestive dance music. Made for serious soundystems, finely tuned to perfection, the spectacular level of detail means even when there's a hint rather than definitely defined beat, there's always a sense of rhythm that's easy to feel with feet, while the arrangements themselves are aiming straight for the mind. An expansive six tracks form this EP, which pretty much define that idea. Oma Totem's "Amb Minus", for example, uses tom-style drums to create urgency, with scarcely a kick in earshot. "Center Of Things", by Mioclono, counters that by bringing the 80s vibes via a purposeful punch, reverbed synth line and low-bleeps, threatening to put you in a trance. Closer "Bretonn", meanwhile, sees Odopt adopt a dark, desolate mood that sounds as though it was born on a factory floor.
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Totem (Swamp/Hardway Brothers/Otologic mix)
Cat: KF 013. Rel: 02 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Totem
  2. Totem (Swamp Crawl)
  3. Totem (Hardway Brothers remix)
  4. Totem (Otologic dub)
Review: After a false start or two, Ess O Ess have finally joined the Kinfolk stable with a thunderous release featuring Laura Lee of Khruangbin fame.

Totem is the name and four versions is the game.

Starting off, the original mix is a wailing guitar-heavy psyche rock out that sees Laura Lee's vocals carrying it across a peyote-filled landscape.

Saul's Swamp Crawl version sees the slow 'n' heavy rock elements kept in the mix but with added electronic flourishes. Head nodding is an optional extra.

The Hardway Brothers decided to tune in with the spirit of Johnny Jenkins and haul it through New Orleans via a pit stop at John Carpenter's desert holiday home.

Otologic bring up the rear with an altogether different take by donning their finest digi dub garb and take it as far away as they can from it's psyche out beginnings
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Totem EP (B-STOCK) (double 12")
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Cat: AR 006 (B-STOCK). Rel: 08 Dec 17
Drum And Bass
  1. Melinki/Revaux - "Sword Play" (4:57)
  2. Melinki - "Unorthodox" (feat Ozone) (5:01)
  3. Melinki/Revaux - "Totem" (5:32)
  4. Revaux - "Overpass" (5:19)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Box damaged, product unused & in perfect condition***

- Creasing to corner of sleeve
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Cat: HS 185CD. Rel: 02 Oct 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Milligan (feat Ella Andall)
  2. Sans Souci (Totem) (feat Len 'Boogsie' Sharpe)
  3. Bandit School (feat 3 Canal)
  4. Suffering (This Savage Work)
  5. Dealings (feat Brother Resistance)
  6. Incense Taxi
  7. Dig Out Your Eye
  8. He Was Trying
  9. On The Move
  10. Jungle (feat Meena Joseph)
  11. People Of The Sun (feat John John Francis)
Review: Anthony Joseph is a poet, novelist, musician and lecturer described as 'the leader of the black avant-garde in Britain'. For his latest outing, he presents an album that had long lurked inside his mind. He formed a band in Trinidad's capital, Port of Spain (the aptly named Caribbean Roots) and they began recording - soaking up the intense effervescence of the local music - past and present. They locked themselves in a house that they converted into a studio in the earlier part of 2017, where among them were practitioners of the steelpan, soca and rapso right, alongside lovers of more contemporary R&B, soul and rock flavours. The steelpan's metallic overtones are the album's guiding musical thread throughout, helping to highlight Joseph's political lyrics, social commentary and conscience of black identity. The grooves are strong and they bring both the players and listeners together in a collective trance. People Of The Sun is sure to push Trinidadian music to new listeners, far beyond its sandy shores.
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Profane (12")
Cat: PCMSV 019. Rel: 20 Feb 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Profane - "Guardian" (5:09)
  2. Profane - "Iceberg 74" (6:12)
  3. Shift - "Juju" (5:57)
  4. Shift - "Totem" (6:37)
Review: Refreshingly far-out beats from the ever-understated Profane. "Guardian" jitters like a robot on a pogo stick in a sea of bass sludge and there's a touch of the Dilla on "Iceberg 74" as the Torontarian artist splices a rattled-snare and hot tin roof break with faltering dreamy waves. Flip for some darkside pummelling from Shift: "Juju" is a rattling roller with heavy cymbal accents and freaky loose string bass twangs, "Totem" flexes a fretless bass and more sinewy drums. Speaker shattering.
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