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Ultra (CD)
Cat: HDBCD 033. Rel: 02 Sep 16
Bass
  1. Reflection (2:00)
  2. Burst (2:00)
  3. Fly 2 (with Banshee) (2:00)
  4. E.S.P. (2:00)
  5. I (2:00)
  6. Glass (2:00)
  7. Sweetz (with Burial) (2:00)
  8. Her (2:00)
  9. Quandary (with Darkstar) (2:00)
  10. Freeze (2:00)
  11. Yeti (2:00)
  12. S.D.Y.F (with Rezzett) (2:00)
  13. Thaw (2:00)
Review: Zomby returns to Hyperdub with his first album in three years, trailed in high profile fashion by the Burial collaboration "Sweetz." That particular tune is one of Ultra's headline attractions, alongside eyebrow-raising collaborations with Darkstar, Banshee and Rezzett. What really impresses, though, is the skewed, left-of-centre nature of the mask-wearing producer's heavy, post-grime rhythms, sparse but sparkling synth work, and the breathlessly cut-up R&B vocals dotted throughout the set. Interestingly, there are subtle nods towards new wave synth-pop, ghetto-tech, spacey ambient and alien IDM, making Ultra Zomby's most intriguing and consistently on-point album to date.
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Constellations (CD in clothbound case limited to 200 copies)
Cat: GRSCL 09. Rel: 30 Oct 18
Techno
  1. Intro (feat Grad_U)
  2. Constellation
  3. Ostrom
  4. Pattan
  5. Nov1
  6. Szurke
  7. Kapu
  8. Epitome
  9. Fin
Review: For the latest release on his quietly impressive Greyscale label, Lithuanian producer Grad_U has turned to fast-rising Hungarian artist Zol. The two join forces on collaborative opening cut "Intro", an impeccably spacey and intergalactic voyage into pulsing electronic ambient, before Zol serves up a string of atmospheric dub techno workouts, star-gazing tech-house rubs, bass-heavy minimalist rhythm tracks and clanking, early morning club jams. It makes for enjoyable listening, with the ultra-deep "Fin", hypnotic "Szurke", impressively wonky "Nov1" and intensely blissful "Constellation" - a future dub techno classic in our eyes - standing out.
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FORTHCOMING
Orchestral Tape Studies
Cat: PITP 19CD.
Ambient/Drone
  1. Pre Violet
  2. Infinite Ocean
  3. Solar
  4. Strata
  5. Continuous
Review: Orchestral Tape Studies is a compilation arranged and produced by healing sound propagandist, ??. OTS is a group of richly layered movements of fragmented orchestral loops, paying homage to minimalist symphonic composers and orchestras. ?? incorporates field recordings and faint drone billows to accompany these selected samples of orchestral loops. With an emphasis on tone and recurrent murmurs, these four arrangements offer 32 minutes of delicate repetition, reticent sound treatments, and subtle manipulations. OTS is intended for low-volume listening.
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FORTHCOMING
Zake
Zake (CD)
Cat: PITP 08CD.
Ambient/Drone
  1. Radiance
  2. Night Shineth As The Day
  3. Kasita
  4. Minaret
Review: The debut self-titled ?? comes in a limited edition of only one hundred tapes. These four tracks are separated into vignettes, running about forty minutes and contain evocative drone work, from the faint abyss to luminous, jettisoning abandon. Radiance purrs of low-fi tranquility that skims the thin layered surface, with a warm base. Night Shineth as the Day collects some outdoor field recordings, bird sing sweetly paired with a sinewy mid-tonal synth alternating between a lackadaisical afternoon and hazy daydreaming.
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Balance 029 (mixed 2xCD)
Cat: BAL 022CD. Rel: 15 Feb 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Sapphire Slows/Kornel Kovacs/Barry Lynn - "Silent Escape/Szikra/Alpha Tauri"
  2. Earlham Mystics - "Truth"
  3. B12 - "Untold"
  4. VC-118A - "Face The Waves"
  5. Grandbrothers - "Bloodflow"
  6. Sad City - "Steady Jam"
  7. Talaboman, Francisco Branda - "Safe Changes/Hyena"
  8. Ecco Foul - "Gloss"
  9. Pye Corner Audio/HOLOVR - "Dead Ends/Into Light"
  10. Debussy/Island People - "Reverie 68 (Second Story & Appleblim Rework)/Distance 7"
  11. Oddhoody - "The Deep"
  12. Merrin Karras/Pev & Kowton - "Void/Junked"
  13. Davis - "Plenitude"
  14. Ozel AB - "Positronic Dreams"
  15. OOBE - "Crush Mind"
  16. Courser - "Distances"
  17. James Zabiela - "Vines"
  18. AAAA/Architectural - "Jazz D/Cubismo 8.2"
  19. Goldmund/Earlham Mystics/Steve Hauschildt - "Thread/Waters/Horizon Of Appearances"
  20. Radio Slave/Avalon Emerson - "Children Of The E/The Frontier" (Kink SP1200 mix)
  21. James Zabiela - "X-Ray"
  22. Mak & Pasteman/Pisetzky - "Pulses/Vahana"
  23. Lanark Artefax/John Beltran - "Touch Absence/Under This Sky"
  24. Lawrence - "Simmer" (Lake People remix)
  25. Solitary Dancer/Chambray/Silas & Snare/Redlight - "Paradise Found/Cerulean/Memories/City Jams" (Rapture version)
  26. Lake People, Truncate - "Delusive/WRKTRX 3"
  27. Rod/Plant43 - "Pull/Frozen Monarch" (with Christina)
  28. Sinfol - "Crystalline" (feat Barbara Ford)
  29. Steve Parker - "Acid Planet"
  30. Fabrizio Lapiana/SHDW & Obscure Shape - "Far Away/Augen Der Nacht" (Ryan James Ford version)
  31. Benjamin Damage - "Montreal"
  32. Mark Henning/Special Request/Wata Igarashi - "Expander Six/Carex Vesicaria/Lucifero"
  33. Paper Dollhouse - "Crayons"
  34. A Sagittariun/Anthony Linell - "Vanishing Point/Fractal Vision"
  35. Hans Berg/Sine Sleeper - "N Dreams/Closing"
  36. J Mono - "Sspses"
Review: For his first mix CD in some seven years, James Zabiela has pulled out all the stops. The brilliantly programmed and executed, studio style mix-up contains elements of an impressive 58 tracks across the two discs, which are designed as distinctive "Acts". Act 1 (that's CD1 in old money) is a largely downtempo affair geared towards home listening - a melodious and other-worldly sound soup containing everything from neo-classical reworks and off-kilter ambience to slo-mo progressive house, to mangled R&B breakbeat and lucid, head-in-the-clouds tech-house. Act 2 is an all-out dancefloor assault on the senses, with Zabiela speeding through bombastic, acid-powered jack-tracks, trancey tech-house, raw electro, sparkling techno futurism and grandiose sunrise anthems. It must have been a lot of work, but it makes for magical listening.
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Cat: WARPCD 293. Rel: 12 Oct 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Faith In Nothing Except In Salvation
  2. Economy Of Freedom
  3. Honesty
  4. Noid
  5. Licking An Orchid (feat James K)
  6. Lifetime
  7. Hope In Suffering (Escaping Oblivion & Overcoming Powerlessness) (feat Oxhy & Puce Mary)
  8. Recognizing The Enemy
  9. All The Love We Have Now
  10. Let The Lioness In You Flow Freely
Review: Yves Tumor is undoubtedly an artist with a unique musical perspective. That was evident from his 2016 PAN debut, "Serpent's Head", an album of impossible-to-pigeonhole brilliance that drew on a dizzyingly disparate array of styles. Now operating on Warp Records, he continues to mix and match genre boundaries to suit his will on hotly anticipated follow-up "Safe In The Hands of Love". It's another doozy, with the Turin-based artist offering a thrill-a-minute sound soup that flits from pastoral folktronica, experimental IDM and mangled R&B futurism, to wall-of-sound indie-pop, doom-laden orchestral ambient and blissful, hallucinatory dream-pop. While putting Tumor (real name Sean Bowie) in a stylistic box is impossible, we can safely say that he'll soon be joining the top tier of maverick pop experimentalists.
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  1. Introduction
  2. The Midnight Hour Theme
  3. Black Beacon
  4. Gate 54
  5. Redneph In B Minor
  6. Better Endeavor
  7. There Is No Greater Love (feat Loren Oden)
  8. Do It Together (feat Loren Oden)
  9. Mission
  10. Bitches Do Voodoo (feat Angela Munoz)
  11. Dans Un Moment D'errance (feat Loren Oden)
  12. Questions (feat Loren Oden)
  13. Ravens
  14. It's You (feat Loren Oden)
  15. Shout Outs
  16. Track 16
Review: Based around bassist/producer Ali Shaheed Muhammad and pianist/producer Adrian Younge, The Midnight Hour shot to prominence last year with a self-titled debut album that was rapturously received by critics and listeners alike. Since then they've been touring extensively, so it makes sense that their latest full-length effort captures the energy and improvisation of those headline-grabbing performances. Complete with whooping crowd noise, the set sees them effortlessly join the dots between jazz-funk, classic-sounding soul, library music and hip-hop soul with the assistance of guest vocalists Loren Oden and Angela Munoz. The former stars on the album's standout moment: a set closing extended version of slow-burn favourite "It's You".
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Cat: LL 039CD. Rel: 12 Apr 19
Indie
  1. Smile
  2. Prepare For A Long Fall
  3. Fly Wallenda
  4. The Legend Of Shorty George
  5. Religion Of Death
  6. Flashback
  7. They Won't Help You
  8. Stay
  9. Larceny
  10. All Hail The Emperor
Review: Adrian Younge has done some mighty collaborations in recent years, from work with Venice Dawn and Delfonics to Ghostface Killah and Souls Of Mischief. The skill and scope of this songwriter and producer is broad, and it's no different on this latest project with Venice Dawn's Jack Waterson. You can hear the ghost of Syd Barrett in tracks like "Larceny", while "The Legend Of Shorty George" channels a little early Bowie magic. Elsewhere the influences are more contemporary. With a generous dose of sunshine and psychedelia, this is a rich, rewarding record from artists steeped in the great tradition of heady, adventurous albums to intrigue and satisfy in equal measure.
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Cat: 093624 911388. Rel: 08 Sep 17
Folk/Americana
  1. Pocahontas
  2. Powderfinger
  3. Captain Kennedy
  4. Hawaii
  5. Give Me Strength
  6. Ride My Llama
  7. Hitchhiker
  8. Campaigner
  9. Human Highway
  10. The Old Country Waltz
Review: Following the indignant and charged agenda of 2016's 'Peace Trail', Neil Young has changed tack in releasing this fascinating collection of unheard material. As opposed to his usual polemical protest, 'Hitchhiker' provides refreshing and necessary solace from the increasingly insane zeitgeist. Recorded over one night in 1976 with Young's then-producer David Briggs, this previously unreleased set is thoroughly engaging through its purity and presence. The closeness with which the two worked together is audible through Briggs' intimate production, and this rediscovered gem serves to prove Young's continuing relevance and could provide an engaging introduction to a new generation of fans.
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YOUNG MARCO/VARIOUS
Selectors 002 (unmixed CD)
Cat: DKMNTLSLCTRS 002CD. Rel: 12 Apr 17
Deep House
  1. Danny Boy - "Diskomix" (Disko version)
  2. Gerrit Hoekema - "Televisiewereld"
  3. Ghostwriters - "Swizzle"
  4. Larry Heard - "Dolphin Dream"
  5. Wolf Muller - "Pfad Des Windes"
  6. The Force Dimension - "200 FA" (extended mix)
  7. Frank Youngwerth - "Whirr"
  8. Greene Baize - "Spick & Span"
  9. Ray Tracing - "Mariopaint"
  10. Personal FX - "Objects In Mirrors"
Review: Fresh from displaying his intimate knowledge of Italian dream house via the essential Welcome To Paradise compilations, Young Marco once again digs deep in the crates for Dekmantel's Selectors series. There's naturally plenty to gets heads salivating, from the eccentric European electrofunk of Danny Boy's "Discomix" and the blissful pulse of Ghostwriters cheery synth-out "Swizzle", to the delay-laden, dubbed-out drum machine beats and tribal chants of "200 FA (Extended Mix)" by The Force Dimension. Elsewhere, check out the ultra-positive Balearic loveliness of Personal FX's "Objects In Mirrors" and the rubbery, undulating breeziness of Wolf Muller's "Pfad Des Windes". Simply essential.
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Cat: MI 0517CD. Rel: 11 Jan 19
Indie
  1. Enough To Notice
  2. Get Out Of The Room
  3. Foreign Parts
  4. Water Cooler
  5. Springburn
  6. No Hurry
  7. Clarion Call
  8. Jouska
  9. Invisible Ink
  10. Starting Point
  11. Kabuki
Review: Following the precursing release of a Memphis Industries 7" last year by You Tell Me, Peter Brewis (Field Music) and Admiral Fallow member Sarah Hayes finally present their debut self-titled record of their new collaboration. Said to be an album taking on themes of 'expectations and people's individual ways of navigating' them, this record presents a bold, folky and big band trundle through rolling pasture of horns, strings and powerful pop rock and disco dance! Both artists distinct styles come together here like a birthday party going off and the pair's vocal interplay stands out tremendously among a huge assortment of highly, well-produced instrumentation that makes you feel like your somewhere between 1969 and 1992. Where were you?
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XL
Cat: XLCD 866. Rel: 05 Jan 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. A Brain In A Bottle
  2. Guess Again!
  3. Interference
  4. The Mother Lode
  5. Truth Ray
  6. There Is No Ice (For My Drink)
  7. Pink Section
  8. Nose Grows Some
Review: When he originally released his second solo album, Tomorrow's Modern Boxes, in 2014, Thom Yorke only made it available as a download via BitTorrent. The paid-for package proved popular, with over a million listeners scrambling to download it in the first week of release. Here it finally gets a physical release (a limited Japanese pressing in 2015 not withstanding). The album is naturally typical of much of Yorke's solo work, blending his fragile and dinstinctive vocals with heart-aching piano motifs, crunchy electronics beats and all manner of weird and wonderful sonic textures. Early reviews stated that it was Yorke's most challenging work to date, but one that just gets better with every listen. That remains a perfect summary of an alluring and deliciously odd collection of tracks.
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XL
Cat: XL 936CD. Rel: 26 Oct 18
Soundtracks
  1. A Storm That Took Everything
  2. The Hooks
  3. Suspirium
  4. Belongings Thrown In A River
  5. Has Ended
  6. Klemperer Walks
  7. Open Again
  8. Sabbath Incantation
  9. The Inevitable Pull
  10. Olga's Destruction (Volk Tape)
  11. The Conjuring Of Anke
  12. A Light Green
  13. Unmade
  14. The Jumps
  15. Volk
  16. The Universe Is Indifferent
  17. The Balance Of Things
  18. A Soft Hand Across Your Face
  19. Suspirium Finale
  20. A Choir Of One
  21. Synthesizer Speaks
  22. The Room Of Compartments
  23. An Audition
  24. Voiceless Terror
  25. The Epilogue
Review: Given his innate ability to craft intensely atmospheric and often fundamentally unsettling music, it seems apt that Thom Yorke has finally got around to producing a film soundtrack. It's fitting, too, that said soundtrack is for Luca Guadagnino's weirdo remake of 1977 Italian horror flick "Suspiria". Yorke nails the brief, delivering a string of chilling, otherworldly instrumentals that not only draw on his well-established love of dark ambient and gruesome electronica, but also foreboding neo-classical movements and sparse, wide-eyed arrangements. There are a smattering of superb vocal moments, too, with recent single "Suspirio" - described by one broadsheet reviewer as "the saddest waltz you'll ever here" - standing out.
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Played by: Indian Wells
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ANIMA (CD)
XL
Cat: XL 987CD. Rel: 19 Jul 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Traffic
  2. Last I Heard (...He Was Circling The Drain)
  3. Twist
  4. Dawn Chorus
  5. I Am A Very Rude Person
  6. Not The News
  7. The Axe
  8. Impossible Knots
  9. Runwayaway
Review: It's taken a while, but finally Thom Yorke's impressive third solo album, "ANIMA", is available on wax (and in a fetching shade of orange, too). A future classic that continues the legacy he started with XL Recordings back in 2006 (with his solo debut The Eraser), ANIMA is well worth picking up, as Yorke and co-producer Nigel Godrich offer up evocative, off-kilter songs built around the twin attractions of the Radiohead man's distinctive vocals and skewed backing tracks rich in layered electronic noise, body-bending sub-bass, discordant synthesizer parts and intriguingly jaunty drum loops. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the creepy, lo-fi ambient swirl of "Last I Heard (...He Was Circling the Drain)" and "Dawn Chorus" (a blissfully dewy-eyed early morning soundscape), to the low-slung, post-trip-hop hum of "I Am A Very Rude Person" and the fizzing, jazz-fired thrust of "Impossible Knots". Melancholic, yes. Deep and self-effacing, of course. Nihilistic, not really. Percussive futurist sub-pop is back.
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Cat: WWSCD 17. Rel: 03 Apr 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Sayonara
  2. Kuma
  3. Telephone Line
  4. Tsugaru Tour
  5. Funamachi-Uta (part 2)
  6. Oinaru Shiino-ki
  7. Hekoriputaa
  8. Fuuta
  9. Oka Wo Koete
  10. Funamachi-Uta (part 1)
Review: Although not that well known in Europe, Akiko Yano's "Japanese Girl" set caused a stir in the Japanese music scene upon its release in 1976, not least because her vocal style was closer to the intonations of breathy American pop than the more "girlish" approach prevalent in J-pop at the time. Here reissued by We Want Sounds, the album remains something of an unusual but brilliant J-pop classic. Its 10 tracks variously draw influence from country music, reggae, blue-eyed soul, jazz-fusion, West Coast rock, folk and traditional Japanese music, without particularly sounding like any of them.
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UMC
Cat: 479903 0. Rel: 09 Sep 16
Soundtracks
  1. Stomu Yamashta - "Poker Dice"
  2. Louis Armstrong - "Blueberry Hill"
  3. John Phillips - "Jazz II"
  4. Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra - "Venus: The Bringer Of Peace"
  5. John Phillips - "Boys From The South"
  6. Stomu Yamashta - "33 1/3"
  7. John Phillips - "Rhumba Boogie"
  8. The Kingston Trio - "Try To Remember"
  9. Stomu Yamashta - "Mandala"
  10. John Phillips - "America"
  11. Stomu Yamashta - "Wind Words"
  12. John Phillips - "Jazz"
  13. Stomu Yamashta - "One Way"
  14. John Phillips - "Space Capsule"
  15. John Phillips - "Bluegrass Breakdown"
  16. John Phillips - "Desert Shack"
  17. Stomu Yamashta - "Memory Of Hiroshima"
  18. John Phillips - "Window"
  19. John Phillips - "Alberto"
  20. Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra - "Mars: The Bringer Of War (Excerpt)"
  21. John Phillips - "Liar, Liar"
  22. John Phillips - "Hello Mary Lou"
  23. Robert Farnon - "Silent Night"
  24. Genevieve Waite - "Love Is Coming Back"
  25. John Phillips - "The Man Who Fell To Earth"
Review: Due to legal wrangles, RCA Records declined to release a soundtrack album when The Man Who Fell To Earth hit cinemas in 1976. The decision may have had something to do with the lack of material from the movie's undoubted star attraction, David Bowie. Following the legendary musician's passing, Universal has decided to make the music - a mixture of original compositions by John Phillips, and Japanese percussionist-composer Stomu Yamash'ta, plus featured songs and instrumentals - available for the first time. Yamash'ta's contributions, which tend towards the atmospheric, alien and otherworldly, are particularly impressive, while Phillips' unique riffs on American rock, funk and soul have their moments.
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 in stock $6.73
Cat: CDV 3218. Rel: 08 Feb 19
Indie
  1. Bellyache
  2. Fried
  3. Pursuit Of Momentary Happiness
  4. Words Fail Me
  5. Blinded By The Lies
  6. Interlude
  7. White Male Carnivoire
  8. Pay Off vs The Struggle
  9. Encore
  10. Layin It On The Line
  11. This House Has No Living Room (feat Spaceman)
Review: London alt-rock trio Yak have revealed their much desired follow-up to their debut album, Alas Salvation. With new and old members jostled in and of the band during this album's rocky inception (including Tame Impala's Jay Watson), a rotated cast eventually ironed out its crinkles, and with the help of former Bjork and Django Django album producer, Marta Salogni, Yak's difficult second album, in 10 hectic days, was achieved. With both NME and Q magazine's tipping their nod of approval Yak's way, the steely, blue-eyed defiance of the trio dismiss any notion of the tired cliche that guitar music is a bygone thing. The freshest second album since Kasabian's Empire, Tame Impala's Lonerism and Bloc Party's A Weekend In The City.
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Cat: PSCD 103. Rel: 31 May 19
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Walls Of Jerusalem (CD1: Yabby You Meets King Tubby)
  2. Chant Down Babylon
  3. Fire Round Two
  4. Plague On The Land
  5. Tribulation
  6. Go To School Jah Jha Children
  7. Dub Of Jerusalem
  8. Chanting Dub
  9. Firey Dub
  10. Dub Plague
  11. Tribulation Dub
  12. Shool Days Dub
  13. Vivian Jackson & The Prophets - "The Man Who Does The Work" (CD2: Studio outtakes & More versions)
  14. Smith & The Prophets - "Valley Of Joesaphat"
  15. Vivian Jackson & The Prophets - "Go To School Jah Jha Children"
  16. Vivian Jackson & The Prophets - "Love Of Jah"
  17. The Prophets - "Sand In My Shoe"
  18. The Prophets - "Jah Vengeance"
  19. King Tubby - "Greetings"
  20. The Prophets - "Fire Fire Dub"
  21. The Prophets - "Stand Up & Fight Dub"
  22. Tommy McCook - "Sand In My Shoe Dub"
  23. The Prophets - "Prophets Dub" (bonus track)
  24. The Prophets - "Repatriation Rock" (bonus track)
Review: Pressure Sounds' latest release takes us back to 1976 and "Wall Of Jerusalem", a soulful reggae album by The Prophets that included production from both Yabby You (the band's lynchpin and lead vocalist) and dub mixer King Tubby. The album is something of a roots classic, with Yabby You's seductive, soul-fired vocal numbers being joined by delay-laden heavy dub revisions by King Tubby. You'll find the original set on disc one, with disc two being dedicated to alternate versions, previously unreleased tracks recorded in the same period, and alternate dubs that have lain dormant in Yabby You's archives for the best part of 40 years.
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 in stock $15.59
Cat: PAMPACD 14. Rel: 07 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. Advent
  2. Westfal
  3. Iklahx
  4. Ak-Do 5
  5. Volta Copy (Ambient version)
  6. Komalh
  7. Ago Lades
  8. Venq Tolep
  9. Bezique Atout (feat Oxia (Domino))
  10. Nata Alma (feat Sidsel Endresen & Bugge Wesseltoft (You Might Say))
  11. Ende #2
Review: While he's tended to maintain a fairly steady stream of singles, Robag Wruhme has never been a prolific producer of albums. It took him seven years to deliver a full-length follow-up to debut EP 'Wuzzelbud "KK"' and another eight to get round to creating "Venq Tolep", his latest album length exploration. So was it worth the wait? Undoubtedly! Beginning with the hazy grooves, gentle melodies and simmering strings of "Advent", the veteran German drifts between slow-motion ambient pop ("Westfal"), ethereal soft-focus deep house ("AK-Do 5"), intoxicating beat-free soundscapes ("Volta Copy (Ambient Version)") and undulating, glitch-heavy workouts that doff a cap to both pastoral techno and the glistening IDM of British greats such as Plaid and Boards of Canada.
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In Time (CD)
Cat: TRUCD 340. Rel: 27 Apr 17
International
  1. The Vibes
  2. Lyrics You Like
  3. Bacchanal
  4. Before
  5. Trouble
  6. Bun Some Weed
  7. Woah!
  8. Down The Path
  9. Hard Drugs
  10. Together
  11. CND/Spy Thriller
  12. In Time
  13. Jugglin'
  14. Follow Fashion
Review: Dub revisionist Wrongtom has an impressive track record when it comes to dub-wise collaborations. For the latest in his ongoing Meets... series, he's joined forces with veteran UK mic man the Ragga Twins, offering up a swathe of new cuts featuring their distinctive, all-action Jamaican mic chatter. Predictably, it's a weighty and hugely entertaining set that doffs a cap to the duo's 1980s dancehall roots whilst retaining the reverb and echo-laden dub sound that the producer is renowned for. Amongst the 14 tracks you'll find a swathe of club-ready treats, from the Spaghetti Western horns and rolling riddims of "Woah!" and digi-dub wobble of "Hard Drugs" (an anti-narcotics warning), to the upbeat strut of closer "Follow Fashion".
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 in stock $8.25
Cat: WOODSIST 085CD. Rel: 07 Apr 16
Indie
  1. Sun City Creeps
  2. Creature Comfort
  3. Morning Light
  4. Can't See At All
  5. Hang It On Your Wall
  6. The Take
  7. I See In The Dark
  8. Politics Of Free
  9. The Other Side
  10. Hollow Home
Review: Over the course of eight albums in only a decade, the remarkably prolific Woods have built up a solid reputation as purveyors of '60s-influenced psych-folk, channeling a spirit as eerie as it is earthy. Yet even their most ardent follower might have wondered when they might take some risks with their trademark sound, which makes 'City Sun Eater In The River Of Light' still more of a tonic for the troops. Taking on influences from reggae, Afrobeat and jazz without sacrificing any of the spooky charm and endearing grit that's elevated them to the higher echelons of psych festivals and bohemian playlists both.
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 in stock $12.81
Cat: ERC 014CD. Rel: 23 Mar 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Swingtime
  2. Pokhara
  3. CH Revisited
  4. A Wave
  5. The Cleaner
  6. Wah Bass
  7. The Attic
  8. Razorblades
  9. White & Whiter Still
  10. Wapping
  11. Life In The Shadows
  12. The English Style Of Rowing
  13. Whichever Way You Are Going, You Are Going Wrong
Review: The tireless Emotional Rescue dig once more into the well of cultish music from days gone by with a fully remastered reissue of Whichever Way You Are Going You Are Going Wrong, the debut album from brotherly duo Woo. Originally released back in 1982, this thirteen track set finds Mark and Clive Ives delivering a hugely ahead of their time exposition of hard to categorise electro acoustic folk. This hugely prolific pair was once described as "sounding like the music the Durutti Column would have made with Penguin Cafe Orchestra if produced by Brian Eno" and whoever came up with that obviously had Whichever Way You Are Going You Are Going Wrong in mind.
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Amadeus (CD)
Cat: PPLFE 01CD. Rel: 18 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Scirocco
  2. Automatic (feat Peaches)
  3. Amadeus
  4. Graffiti In Tehran
  5. What Is It Like (feat Pam)
  6. Rein (feat Yung Hurn & Egyptian Lover)
  7. Put Me In Your Mobile Phone
  8. Catalyst
  9. My Love Is For Real (feat Haddaway - live At The Cathedral)
Review: We've long thought that Austrian artist Wolfram Eckert is destined for greatness - or, to be more specific, crossover success - but to date his authentically produced but often tongue-in-cheek take on Euro-pop has yet to catch on with the public. "Amadeus", his long awaited second album, has all the ingredients to be a massive hit. Rich in bold synthesizer motifs, knowing nods to classic new wave and Euro-disco hits, atmospheric electronics, on-point grooves (we can hear nods to Italo-disco, Hi-NRG, acid house and the Pet Shop Boys) and high profile collaborations (Egyptian Lover, Haddaway, Peaches and, bizarrely, Pamela Anderson all appear), it's an album that brilliantly combines a mature synthesizer sound with the catchy hooks and giddy rush of the best pop music.
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WINSTON/VARIOUS
Cat: ZEDDCD 046. Rel: 21 Jun 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Mary Gold - "Dancing"
  2. Doug Payne & Polygon - "Holiday"
  3. Bollyn Thompson - "Build Your Foundation"
  4. Betty Padgett - "Sugar Daddy" (part 1& 2)
  5. Bilalian Creation - "Save The Children"
  6. Expose - "I Just Wanna Dance With You"
  7. Lord Of Storm - "I'm Human"
  8. Jungle Band - "Jungleland" (part 2)
  9. RG's All Nite Funk Band - "Go For It Sucker"
  10. TT Sotto - "Chorus Line"
  11. Bramsam - "Get Up & Dance Now"
  12. Jonnie Vibes Lambert - "Can't Stop Dancin'"
  13. Synergy - "More People Than Me" (feat Donnell Pitman)
  14. Al "Man" Muntzie & The Embraceables - "We Are Steady Rockin'"
  15. Are & Be - "If There Is No Struggle" (long version)
  16. Juice - "Mercy On Me"
  17. The GT's - "Let's Do It Together"
  18. Eklips - "My Love"
  19. Ms Victoria Barnes - "Never Too Late" (disco version)
  20. The Olympics - "Do You Like It"
  21. Suave - "Salsa Gon Gitcha"
  22. The Rappers - "Funky Juice" (part 1)
Review: It would be fair to say that Winston is nowhere near as well known as some of the record collectors who've compiled volumes in the "Under The Influence" series (think Nick The Record, Sean P and Red Greg), but it seems his crates are every bit as deep. Check, for example, the unashamedly celebratory, slap-bass propelled disco-funk of Doug Payne and Polygon's "Holiday", the heady, high-octane disco thrills of Expose's "I Just Wanna Dance With You", the low-slung early funk-rap headiness of Jungle Band's "Jungleland (Part 2)" and the wickedly percussive salsa-disco heaviness of Suave's "Salsa Gon Gitcha". In other words, it's a killer collection of top-notch cuts that you'll never have heard before. What's not to like?
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Greg WILSON/VARIOUS
Cat: TIRK 090. Rel: 20 Apr 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. T-Coy - "Carino"
  2. Chaz Jankel - "Glad To Know You"
  3. Escort - "Cocaine Blues"
  4. Luxxury - "Hold On" (feat The Reynolds)
  5. Chakachas - "Jungle Fever"
  6. Fab 5 Freddy & Beside - "Change The Beat"
  7. Psychemagik - "Mink & Shoes" (feat Navid Izadi)
  8. Bassheads - "Is There Anybody Out There?"
  9. Sheila & B Devotion - "Spacer"
  10. Space - "Magic Fly"
  11. Red Rack'Em - "Wonky Bassline Disco Banger"
  12. Electronic - "Getting Away With It"
Review: It's been nine years since evergreen electrofunk DJ Greg Wilson last dropped a volume in the Credit to the Edit series. This third collection of personal re-edits and commissioned reworks is therefore long overdue. Serial Wilson-watchers may already familiar with some of the edits on show - particularly his epic tweak of Escort's Dillinger-inspired modern disco epic "Cocaine Blues" and a similarly lengthy, stretched-out take on T-Coy's seminal British house cut "Carino" - but there's naturally of plenty of lesser-known and unheard revisions to set the pulse racing. We'd direct you towards his teased-out, end-of-night version of Electronic's "Getting Away With It" (whose lyrics poke fun at Morrissey), a twisted version of Red Rack'em's "Wonky Bassline Disco Banger" and a chugging rub of Space's trippy Euro-disco classic "Magic Fly".
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Boy King (CD + 12 page booklet)
Cat: WIGCD 348. Rel: 05 Aug 16
Indie
  1. Big Cat
  2. Tough Guy
  3. Alpha Female
  4. Get My Bang
  5. Celestial Creatures
  6. 2BU
  7. He The Colossus
  8. Ponytail
  9. Eat Your Heart Out Adonis
  10. Dreamliner
Review: Having made their name as modern-day aesthetes with a series of records that meld the cerebral and the physical with style, 'Boy King' appears to be the point in which the Will Beasts allow their id to run rampant in a way befitting their name. Recorded in Dallas with producer John Congleton (St. Vincent) it shows them heading towards a notably more aggressive, electronic and masculine sound, at once influenced by the binary thump of Nine Inch Nails and the sonic brinksmanship of 'Yeezus' era Kanye West. Odder still, this gamble has more than paid off, and 'Boy King' is the sound of the band at their most vibrant and persuasive.
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Cat: SC 377CD. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Giving Up
  2. Used To Be Lonely
  3. Before I Know It
  4. Song For Ty
  5. Valleys (My Love)
  6. Rhododendron
  7. My Lfie Alone
  8. Day & Night
  9. Friend Of Mine
  10. Forever Turned Around
Review: From the moment opening track "Giving Up" hits you with its timeless pop rock romanticism you're immediately transported to some bygone era, when the charts really meant something, everything on the radio inspired boy-meeting-girl, vice versa, or indeed non-binary-meeting-non-binary. You know - when things were right with the world. Dangerously close to pastiche, the quality of the songwriting and infectious instrumentation elevate this second long form from Chicago's greatest hope(s) to a whole other level. Listen to the brass work on "Rhododendron", a jaunty walk in the park after that surprisingly good first date. "Valleys (My Love)" anthemic chorus and lilting strings. The crooning guitars of "Before I Know It". These tracks pay homage to golden era love songs, when mainstream was experimental because so little had come before. And yet they all stand up today - mesmerising proof that fashions come and go, but style is omnipresent.
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Total Sex (CD)
Cat: SLCD 009. Rel: 23 Aug 19
Industrial/Noise
  1. Total Sex
  2. Phaseday
  3. Dominate You
  4. Politics
  5. Roller Coaster
  6. Ultrasadism
  7. Her Entry
  8. Foreplay
Review: Few acts did more to champion the sound of "extreme noise" than Whitehouse between 1980 and 2009. They famously first set their stall out with debut album "Total Sex", a controversial set whose cover artwork fell foul of censorship due to its explicit content. That artwork has been restored on this first CD reissue since 1994. The music remains gloriously odd, out there and mind altering, offering a drowsy and trippy blend of unsettling electronics, barely audible vocals, hissing noise and modular synthesizer sounds so intense and druggy that they may well be capable of inducing freaky hallucinations. If you don't yet own a copy, grab one of these before they're gone.
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XL
Cat: XL 906CD. Rel: 23 Mar 18
Indie
  1. Connected By Love
  2. Why Walk A Dog?
  3. Corporation
  4. Abulia & Akrasia
  5. Hypermisophoniac
  6. Ice Station Zebra
  7. Over & Over & Over
  8. Everything You've Ever Learned
  9. Respect Commander
  10. Ezmerelda Steals The Show
  11. Get In Mind Shaft
  12. What's Done Is Done
  13. Humoresque
Review: Boarding House Reach is the third solo album from Jack White, a man who really should need no introduction by now. Where 2014's 'Lazaretto' was a cohesive and indulgent gothic collage of country, soul, Americana and rock, 'Boarding House Reach' sees White ambitiously add layers of hip-hop, experimental and electronic influences. Twists and turns come thick and fast, from the fuzzy organ soul of 'Why Walk A Dog?', the poetic preacherman monologue of 'Abulia and Akrasia', the jittery and crunchy hip-hop 'Ice Station Zebra' to the stunningly laid-bare folk and wrought piano chords of closing track 'Humoresque'. This breadth of sounds makes the album compelling and unpredictable from start to finish, and a fascinating addition to Jack White's juggernaut of a discography.
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Five (CD)
Cat: PIASR 445CDX. Rel: 01 Feb 19
Indie
  1. Time To Give
  2. Never Alone
  3. Finish Line
  4. Kick Me
  5. Tokyo
  6. Jo?
  7. Denial
  8. Believe It
  9. Fire & Wings
Review: London three-piece White Lies have been scripting tales since first being signed at their debut gig in 2009. A decade later, the band unceremoniously crown their fifth album as Five. This time they find themselves on PIAS and bring with them a whole load '80s big band synth, indie and alt rock renaissances. The album sways over scenes of space western funeral marches in "Kick Me" to futuristic night drives along the freeways of a metropolis in "Tokyo". Throughout the LP there's reflections in the best of indie and synth to glam rock and other '80s/2000s memorabilia you could hope to resemble.
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Cat: SLANG 50208. Rel: 29 Mar 19
Indie
  1. Small Talk (Feeling Control)
  2. Hallelujah Strike Gold
  3. Shanalala
  4. NY Money
  5. Out Of Doors
  6. Reversed Mirror
  7. So Emotional
  8. Head Spinning
  9. Introduce Me
Review: Texas band White Denim have been kicking around for the past decade with a constant stream of albums released through labels like Full Time Hobby, Downtown, and for a second time, City Slang. "Side Effects" follows up from 2018's "Performance" and the band deliver once more a hotted up selection of rock 'n' roll licks that touch on a grungey sound not too distant from the New York Dolls. Furthermore, White Denim maintain their finger picking, folk and bluesy take on psychedelica, and acid washed or not, the band remain no frills in their musical technique with a subtle but quality touch of glam too. School's out for summer!
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Cat: SPCD 1232. Rel: 05 Apr 19
Indie
  1. A Lot's Gonna Change
  2. Andromeda
  3. Everyday
  4. Something To Believe
  5. Titanic Rising
  6. Movies
  7. Mirror Forever
  8. Wild Time
  9. Picture Me Better
  10. Nearer To Thee
Review: Like a slightly in-tune Nico from her collab with The Velvet Underground, Natalie Mering's vocals have a unique quality to them that shouldn't go unheard. There's an undeniable country music beauty to the notes and instrumentation in both tracks "A Lot's Gonna Change" and "Andromeda", with Mering hitting those high notes more like Father John Misty and Roy Orbison than Dolly Parton. It's here that it becomes obvious why she is such a trusted collaborator with Ariel Pink. Her album as Weyes Blood, "Titanic Rising", dips and dives through a sequence of emotions that from the halfway point soars like a bird in "Everyday" and the Enya-like "Movies" before making its own crescendo down again on "Picture Me Better" and "Nearer to Thee", closing the album with nostalgia-inducing tales.
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Cat: STS 336CD. Rel: 14 Dec 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Furuberget
  2. Norte Do Brasil
  3. Sin Tempo
  4. Bar Asfalt
  5. Epilog
Review: Norwegian jazz pianist and composer Bugge Wesseltoft rose to prominence in the late 1990s on the back of a string of records that joined the dots between jazz, techno and hip-hop. Since then he's collaborated with many electronic producers - Laurent Garnier and Henrik Schwarz included - so it's little surprise to see him joining forces with Scandolearic hero Prins Thomas. The eponymous set was recorded at Oslo's legendary Rainbow Studio, where the pair improvised for a couple of days before editing down the results. There's much to admire, from the spaced-out brushed percussion and sorrowful piano of "Sin Tempo", liquid ambient vibes of "Norte Do Brasil" and wonky kraut-jazz bubbler "Bar Asfalt", to the slowly building brilliance of 16-minute opener "Furuberget". File under "ambient jazz".
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Cat: 019029 5830595. Rel: 12 May 17
Rock
  1. Woo Se Mama
  2. Nova
  3. Long Long Road
  4. She Moves With The Fayre
  5. The Cranes Are Back
  6. Hopper
  7. New York
  8. One Tear
  9. Satellite Kid
  10. The Impossible Idea
  11. Woo Se Mama (instrumental)
  12. Nova (instrumental)
  13. Long Long Road (instrumental)
  14. She Moves With The Fayre (instrumental)
  15. The Cranes Are Back (instrumental)
  16. Hopper (instrumental)
  17. New York (instrumental)
  18. One Tear (instrumental)
  19. Satellite Kid (instrumental)
  20. The Impossible Idea (instrumental)
  21. Alpha
  22. She Moves With The Fayre (Villagers remix)
  23. New York (Nightwatch - Prof. Kybert remix)
  24. Nova (Toy remix)
  25. One Tear (club cut - Prof. Kybert remix)
  26. Hopper (White Label remix)
  27. Satellite Kid (Syd Arthur remix)
  28. She Moves With The Fayre (Breakdown instrumental - Prof. Kybert remix)
  29. Woo Se Mama (E&TC remix)
Review: Something of a deity to many, Paul Weller has undergone more than his fair share of metamorphoses in a storied forty year career, but the quality control of his output post-2007's '22 Dreams' has surprised even some of most ardent devotees, and 'A Kind Revolution' is ample evidence that even as he approaches 60 his creative energy and questing spirit are undimmed. He's still searching for new modes of expression that belie his reputation as a soul-style traditionalist, and in a fractious and hostile era, the messages of hope are as much a balm as his increasingly mellifluous voice.
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Cat: 019029 5830601. Rel: 12 May 17
Rock
  1. Woo Se Mama (3:47)
  2. Nova (3:56)
  3. Long Long Road (3:26)
  4. She Moves With The Fayre (4:19)
  5. The Cranes Are Back (4:20)
  6. Hopper (3:08)
  7. New York (4:42)
  8. One Tear (6:06)
  9. Satellite Kid (5:18)
  10. The Impossible Idea (3:37)
Review: Something of a deity to many, Paul Weller has undergone more than his fair share of metamorphoses in a storied forty year career, but the quality control of his output post-2007's '22 Dreams' has surprised even some of most ardent devotees, and 'A Kind Revolution' is ample evidence that even as he approaches 60 his creative energy and questing spirit are undimmed. He's still searching for new modes of expression that belie his reputation as a soul-style traditionalist, and in a fractious and hostile era, the messages of hope are as much a balm as his increasingly mellifluous voice.
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Cat: VISTA 007CD. Rel: 10 Aug 18
Post Rock/Experimental
  1. The Fifth Season
  2. Her Father's Hands
  3. Swing Song
  4. Soft Waters
  5. Glide
  6. Of The Moment
  7. Swim
  8. Letters
  9. Dreaming In Colors
  10. Wintercolors
  11. Silk & Sand
  12. Two Friends
Review: An unsung hero of American minimalism, Multiphase frontman Carl Weingarten sees his 1985 cassette now committed to delux, transparent blue vinyl. It's an album that sees classic strands of '80s synths blend and pair themselves with guitars that shimmer and sing to the point both instruments become one. It's a furturistic style of new age ambient exoctica that Weingarten purports, but not so much in the way of Pacific Island specialist Mike Cooper, but more the Brian Eno meets Jean Michel Jarre style. For a deep dip back into the sound of minimal synth, tape loops and processed guitars, allow Carl Weingarten to introduce himself to your collection like he should have done 33 years ago.
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 in stock $10.37
Cat: HAT 19CD. Rel: 13 Oct 17
Indie
  1. Back A Bit... Stop
  2. Heather
  3. You Should Always Keep In Touch With Your Friends
  4. The Girl From The DDR
  5. Flying Saucer
  6. Two Bridges
  7. Pleasant Valley Sunday
  8. Montreal
  9. It's A Gas
  10. Spangle
  11. Birdsnest
  12. Little Silver
Review: Following last year's Volume 1, Hatch records bring us a second collection of live recordings by Leodensian indie rockers The Wedding Present, gathered from various sessions on Marc Riley's popular BBC Radio 6 shows. The set covers twelve career-spanning songs, even including a jagged and roughened cover of The Monkees' 'Pleasant Valley Sunday'. Marking thirty years since their iconic debut 'George Best', this impressive collection shows off how well they've aged, and highlights such as the particularly blistering renditions of 'Back A Bit... Stop' from 2012's Valentina, 'Birdsnest' from last year's 'Going, Going...' prove they've kept their capability and immediacy as a live act firmly intact.
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Weaves (CD)
Cat: MI 0400CD. Rel: 17 Jun 16
Indie
  1. Tick (2:00)
  2. Birds & Bees (2:00)
  3. Candy (2:00)
  4. Shithole (2:00)
  5. Eagle (2:00)
  6. Two Oceans (2:00)
  7. Human (2:00)
  8. Coo Coo (2:00)
  9. Sentence (2:00)
  10. One More (2:00)
  11. Stress (2:00)
Review: A vibrant and zesty art-rock quartet from Toronto, Weaves have made a debut that brims with both intent and good old-fashioned fun, a demolition derby of punk-tinged brio and candysweet pop suss. The frenetic air of sonic brinksmanship - with restless rhythms and abrasive guitar scree holding court - might seem at odds with the colourful melodies herein, but Weaves appear to have the nous to make both spark off each other to provide a tonic as likely to appeal to fans of Romeo Void, Erase Errata or Patti Smith alike. Most importantly, in an indie milieu increasingly failling prey to rock classicism, this is band with quirky character and incandescent chutzpah to burn.
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Cat: MOSHICD 84. Rel: 09 Nov 18
Indie
  1. Roosevelt Sykes
  2. House By The Beach
  3. Shelly
  4. Look Inside Your Heart
  5. Sugar
  6. I Came To You Once
  7. Dodge City Blues
  8. Hazey Moon
  9. Close Your Eyes Mike
  10. Brian
  11. Goodbye Spiderman
  12. Tell Me That You Weren't Alone
Review: Delivering their second album of 2018 is Leicestershire's own The Wave Pictures whose legacy dates back to 1998, a solid 20 licks. The album, the band say, is dedicated to friendship, happiness and drunken party times and it's no surprise to read Look Inside Your Heart was recorded liquored up somewhere in Stoke Newington, North London. With harmonicas, the odd guitar, chatter of backup vocals and racketty drums abound, the album's that perfect reminder that two's a party, three's a crowd, but more is always merrier.
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Heaven & Earth (2xCD + hidden CD)
Cat: Y T176CD. Rel: 22 Jun 18
Jazz
  1. Fists Of Fury (Earth)
  2. Can You Hear Him
  3. Hub-Tones
  4. Connections
  5. Tiffakonkae
  6. The Invincible Youth
  7. Testify
  8. One Of One
  9. The Space Travelers Lullaby (Heaven)
  10. Vi Lua VI Sol
  11. Street Fighter Mas
  12. Song For The Fallen
  13. Journey
  14. The Psalmnist
  15. Show Us The Way
  16. Will You Sing
  17. The Secret Of Jinsinson
  18. Will You Love Me Tomorrow
  19. My Family
  20. Agents Of Multiverse
  21. Ooh Child
Review: There's a growing feeling both inside and outside jazz that Kamasi Washington could well turn out to be one of the style's all-time greats. He's certainly making all the right moves, delivering thought-provoking concept albums of eyebrow-raising length that simply refuse to settle on one sound, rhythm, style or sub-genre. Heaven & Earth, his first album for almost three years, continues this trend, comprising angry instrumental answers to America's growing issues with class division and racism, Rotary Connection style workouts, Sun Ra-esque spiritual workouts, funk and soul-influenced burners, spiraling choral and orchestral affairs, and electric fusions of rubbery synth-funk and mind-altering jazz-blues. Typically, the results are never less than sublime, with Washington's virtuoso saxophone playing taking centre stage throughout.
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Cat: 655173106921. Rel: 23 Jan 08
Indie
  1. Two Fifty
  2. The Score
  3. Sing Again
  4. A Bird Is A Song
  5. Geometry & C
  6. Everyone Needs A Home
  7. Everybody On
  8. Our Plans Collapsing
  9. Archer V Light
  10. St Modesto
  11. It's Unsustainable
  12. Holes
Review: 'Field Manual' is the debut solo album from Death Cab for Cutie founding member Chris Walla. Known for his production work for his own band
as well as other similarly indie-minded recording artists (Tegan & Sara, Decemberists), as well as for his guitar work and arranging roles in DCFC,
Walla performs all the instruments on 'Field Manual' other than drums, which were contributed by Jason McGerr (Death Cab For Cutie) and Kurt
Dahle (The New Pornographers). After Walla enlisted the help of Canada-based British ex-pat (and Midnight Oil/The The producer) Warne
Livesey, the project hit an unexpected snag when a data hard drive containing critical album files was detained by U.S. Customs on its way back
into the US prior to final mixing. The story of this apparently routine detention led to extensive international press coverage. Ensuing media feeding
frenzies aside, Walla has delivered an extraordinary album of atmospheric and politically-minded alternative pop that displays his singular songwriting
vision while simultaneously showing the degree to which his aesthetic has informed Death Cab's sound over the years. Barsuk's release of 'Field
Manual' precedes the 2008 release of a new Death Cab for Cutie album on Atlantic.
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Cat: 005464 5705127. Rel: 20 Jan 17
Classics/Ska
  1. Sylford Walker - "Lamb's Bread" (Lamb's Bread)
  2. Sylford Walker - "Chant Down Babylon"
  3. Sylford Walker - "Deutoronomy"
  4. Sylford Walker - "Give Thanks & Praise To Jah"
  5. Sylford Walker - "Cleanliness Is Godliness"
  6. Sylford Walker - "Babylonians"
  7. Sylford Walker - "Eternal Days"
  8. Sylford Walker - "My Father's Homeland"
  9. Welton Irie - "Lamb's Bread International" (Ghettoman Corner)
  10. Welton Irie - "Ghettoman Corner"
  11. Welton Irie - "Black Man Stand Up Pan Foot"
  12. Welton Irie - "Stone A Throw"
  13. Welton Irie - "Wicked Tumbling"
  14. Welton Irie - "Money Man Skank"
  15. Welton Irie - "Greetings"
  16. Welton Irie - "Unite"
Review: For their latest classic reggae reissue, Greensleeves have gathered together two vintage albums in one tasty package. The first half of the CD focuses on Sylford Walker's Lamb's Bread, a dub era roots reggae set recorded at King Tubby's Studio. Tubby's infamous mixing skills come to the fore, with Walker singing over some of the producer's most on-point backing tracks. On the second half of the disc, you'll find Welton Irie's Ghettoman Corner, which features the mic man toasting in thick patois over many of the same riddims as used on Walker's set. It too was recorded at King Tubby's. Interestingly, the great man didn't mix this one, despite its heavy dub vibe.
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Cat: DONO 00342. Rel: 16 Oct 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Rough Landing (feat Patrizia Ferrara)
  2. Uno Dos Heisenberg
  3. Keep My Fire Burning (feat Joy Malcom)
  4. Stay Put (feat Patrizia Ferrara)
  5. Never Let You Go (feat Patrizia Ferrara)
  6. Quicksand (feat Patrizia Ferrara)
  7. Illusions (feat Patrizia Ferrara)
  8. Puerto Rico
  9. Quando (feat Patrizia Ferrara)
  10. Bring My Baby Back Home (feat Big John)
  11. Waltz For Nathalie
  12. Freedom (feat Joy Malcom)
Review: Klaus Waldeck is well aware that his most commercially successful album, 2007's 1920s and '30s-influenced "Ballroom Stories", played a role in defining the electro-swing sound. While he's spent the 11 years since trying to shake off these shackles, his latest album, "Atlantic Ballroom", is at least in part a sequel of sorts. There's little actual electro-swing, though many of his influences - blues, classic jazz, tango, Dave Brubeck, Henry Mancini, John Barry and Lalo Schifrin amongst there - are apparent in this album, peppered with vintage downtempo grooves and smoky Viennese electronics. The results are by and large hugely enjoyable, with the presence of some of the producer's most trusted vocalists and collaborators giving the whole thing a joyful, celebratory feel.
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Cat: ES 006CD. Rel: 28 Jun 18
International
  1. Rainbow Serpent
  2. Djambaku
  3. White Cockatoo
  4. Mother, I'm Going
  5. Gandi Bawong
  6. Black Crow
Review: Efficient Space's latest release is certainly an intriguing one. It was sparked by the discovery of a CD copy of an obscure, mid-'90s album made by the late Victorian musician Peter Mumme and three Aboriginal songmen from the Yolngu people of the Arnhem Land in Australia's Northern territory. Uniquely, the album - here reissued under a new title with an additional unreleased piece - mixed the singers' traditional vocals with impeccable ambient soundscapes, gently pulsating electronic rhythms and the kind of fluid and wide-eyed synthesizer melodies more often found on '80s new age recordings. The results still sound remarkable and, thanks to the Yolngu singing style, surprisingly haunting.
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Played by: Dreems, Piers Harrison
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DJ Kicks (unmixed CD)
K7
Cat: K7 377CD. Rel: 01 Feb 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Leon Vynehall - "Who Loved Before"
  2. Kemikal - "Genie"
  3. Tomaga - "Giant Bitmap"
  4. De Fabriek - "Loopy"
  5. Haruomi Hosono - "Rose & Beast"
  6. DgoHn - "Force To"
  7. The Bygraves - "Set Me Free"
  8. Degrees Of Freedom - "August Is An Angel"
  9. Ellen Fullman - "Over & Under"
  10. Bourbonese Qualk - "Moving Forward"
  11. Shamos - "Nuws"
  12. Genesis P Orridge & Dave Ball - "Sex & The Married Frog"
  13. Run Dust - "Full Slice"
  14. DJ Zozi - "Mellow Vibe"
  15. RAC - "Fushigi"
  16. Primitive - "Lapis Lazuli B2"
  17. Crinan - "Kilimanjaro"
  18. Ploy - "Pressure"
  19. Leon Vynehall - "Ducee's Drawbar"
  20. Pavilion - "Happy Track"
  21. Peach - "Faxing Jupiter"
  22. Etch - "Unsung Hero Of Irrelevance"
  23. Mirage - "Deep Rage"
  24. AFX - "Children Talking"
  25. Jana Rush - "Divine"
  26. Robert Haigh - "Music For Piano"
Review: On his contribution to the long-running "DJ Kicks" series, Leon Vynehall has decided to take a widescreen approach, offering up a blend that showcases the depth and variety of his music collection rather than his club-rocking skills. The first half of the mix ebbs and flows with the laidback drowsiness of his selections, which flit between post trip-hop beats, ambient, IDM, electronica and crunchy post-punk pop. Midway through he begins to crank things up a notch or two via RAC's UK garage-influenced 1997 cut "Fushigi", the chunky peak-time warmth of Crinan's "Kilimanjaro" and the bass-heavy pump of Ploy's "Pressure", before unleashing some seriously intense experimental dancefloor workouts from the likes of Etch, Aphex Twin and Peach. It makes for a hugely enjoyable and at times breathtakingly brilliant musical journey.
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Cat: ZENCD 249. Rel: 15 Jun 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. From The Sea/It Looms (Chapters I & II)
  2. Movements (Chapter III)
  3. Birds On The Tarmac (Footnote III)
  4. Julia (Footnote IV)
  5. Drinking It In Again (Chapter IV)
  6. Trouble (Chapter V) (part I, II & III)
  7. Envelopes (Chapter VI)
  8. English Oak (Chapter VII)
  9. Ice Cream (Chapter VIII)
  10. It Breaks (Chapter IX)
Review: You have to admire Leon Vynehall's ambition. Although he built his career by delivering atmospheric, otherworldly club music, his first set for Ninja Tune is a sprawling, largely ambient - or at the very least hazy and horizontal - concept album inspired by the story of his parents emigrating to New York. Thus, the ten tracks that make up the album - crafted from a combination of field recordings, sound effects, orchestral instrumentation recorded at Konk's studio in New York and his own sublime electronics - were produced and sequenced to tell a story. It's epic stuff, all told, but crucially also incredibly good. It proves, without any shadow of a doubt, that Vynehall is a producer with talent to match his widescreen vision.
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Joris VOORN/VARIOUS
Fabric 83 (mixed CD)
Cat: FABRIC 165. Rel: 18 Aug 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Sunset Graes/Application/BLNDR/Lo Grounds - "So Who's Gonna Watch You Die?/Front End/Isolate Frequencies 2/Fatalism" (Pye Corner audio mix)
  2. Deft/Ambiq/Reggy Van Oers - "Blue Jasmine/Loka/Toxic Underground/Loctivity"
  3. Plastikman/The Persuader/Van Bonn/Arnold Tempo/Donnacha Costello/Deepchord - "Consumed/Pinnharan/Abroad/Quarion Was Digging For Water/Grape A/DC14(A1)"
  4. Sopis/Joris Voorn/Lau Frank/Audio Werner & Jichael Mackson/Roland Klinkenberg - "Listen To The Whispers/Where Have You Gone/7am/Schlaam/L'Esprit De L'Escalier" (feat Mr Brean/Jody Hannah remix/part 1/Dachshund remix)
  5. Howling/Christian Fennesz/Julien Aubert/Martin Aquino/Chrsitian Fennesz/John Terjada/Glacial - "Signs/KAE/Feelmar/Red Pavement/Euclides/Two 0 One/Entropy" (Gaspard De La Montagne remix/Halo & Alex Fuente remix)
  6. Joris Voorn/Giash - "Fall/Space Odyssey" (Nobody Home Dream Interpretation mix)
  7. Cobblestone Jazz - "Drawn From The Side Of Crime"
  8. Sounds Like Us/Donnacha Costello/Sagat/Roland Klinkenberg - "Little Helper 163-4/Backachie/Body/Departures"
  9. Monobox/Tadeo/Robert Hood/Reggy Van Oers - "Realm/Deep Space/A.M. Track/Mavie"
  10. Joris Voorn - "Looks Fake Obviously"
  11. Nasty Habits/Anton Pieete/Tom Day & Monsoonsiren/Joris Voorn - "Shadow Boxing/Next Year/Love Is Rare/Dreams/Left" (Mosca's Skaep Niwt version/Roland Klinkenberg remix)
  12. Wolfgang Voigt/Rekord 61 - "Empathie/Sverh" (Radio Slave FYM remix 2)
  13. Jordan Van Pol/ Speedy J - "Exist/Fill 17"
  14. Truncate/Robert Hood - "Concentrate/Shaker" (Truncate rework)
  15. Cobblestone Jazz/Dani Labb/Timothy Blake - "Northern Lights/Asha/Timothy Blake"
  16. Sebastian Mullaert/Swann Decamme/Art Of Tones/Awanto 3/Joris Voorn - "Direct Experience/Go Away/Unstopped/Bubbles Made Me Cry/Mugged" (Dan Bexley & Chad Bostock remix/The Revenge remix/Anton Pieete remix)
  17. Joseph S Joyce/nobody Home - "Vendata/Entheogen" (Sebastian Mulleart remix)
  18. Tozzy/Mike Parker/Max Loderbauer - "Anoat/Forward/Slowrag" (original/The 5AM mix/original)
  19. Application/Jake Chundnow/Stefan Vincent - "Front End/Prelude To Shona/The Void She Left" (Pye Corner Audio remix/original/original)
  20. TCF - "D7 08 2A 8D 2A 37 FA FE 17 0E 62 39 06 81 C8 A1 49 30 6F ED 56 AD 5E 04"
Review: Nobody could accuse Joris Voorn of lazily knocking out a big standard DJ mix on his first contribution to Fabric's long-running series. The long-established Dutch producer has used the opportunity to showcase his studio skills, combining elements from no less than 65 different tracks to create a unique musical journey that brilliantly blurs the boundaries between a DJ mix, album, and remix set. Musically, it's pretty much what you'd expect - deeper, woozier cuts morphing into tougher, harder fare as the set progresses - but it flows wonderfully well. Due to the nature of its' construction, even familiar tracks from the likes of Robert Hood, Plastikman, Deepchord and Voorn himself become vibrant new pieces, as he brilliantly melds them with up to four other cuts at the same time. It works as a mix, but as a showcase for Ableton Live's potential it's out of this world.
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VOLCOV/VARIOUS
BBE
Cat: BBECD 399. Rel: 07 Sep 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Carleen Anderson - "All That Glitters"
  2. Collective Peace - "Let The Music Play"
  3. Ruth Koleva - "Turn It Around" (Eric Lau remix)
  4. The Rebirth - "Caterpillar"
  5. Ron Trent - "Ori Space"
  6. Ian O'Brien - "Spiraling Prism"
  7. Intuit - "Planet Birth" (feat Andy Bey - Xantone Blacq remix/Volcov edit)
  8. Quentin Kane & Simon Sheldon - "The Blue Room" (feat TK Blue - Kaidi Tatham's Shokazuku remix)
  9. Numbers - "Moonblood" (IG SOS mix)
  10. Honey Sweet - "I Put A Spell On You" (feat Cindy Mizelle)
  11. Skymark - "Finding The Peace"
  12. Harry Whitaker - "The After Life" (part 2)
  13. Tony Williams - "Lawra" (Volcov edit)
Review: Two years ago, Volcov set our pulses racing with From The Archive, a superb selection of killer cuts from the depth of his notoriously impressive record collection. Volume 2 is equally as inspired, though the focus is a little different. Whereas Volcov previously chose to concentrate on soul, funk and disco, this edition is far more widescreen in scope. So, we get soaring soul-jazz bliss (Collective Peace's "Let The Music Play"), head-nodding hip-hop soul (Eric Lau remixing Ruth Koleva), futurist jazz-funk (Ron Trent's wild but brilliant "Ori Space"), soul-fired broken beat (Volcov's own re-edit of Xantone Blacq's vintage remix of Intuit's "Planet Birth"), impeccable soundscape jazz ("Lawra" by Tony Williams) and much more besides.
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Cat: FVR 132CD. Rel: 29 Mar 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. People
  2. African Music (feat Doctor Lass)
  3. Pour La Vie (feat Pat Kalla)
  4. Problems (feat Sir Jean)
  5. Kemtane (feat Doctor Lass)
  6. Mambo Football
  7. Des Promesses (feat Pat Kalla)
  8. Mandjou (feat Doctor Lass)
  9. Mbele
  10. Tu N'as Pas De Voiture (feat Pat Kalla)
  11. Et Toi Tu Crois (feat Hawa & Fouley Badiaga)
  12. Decalement (feat Pat Kalla)
  13. La France (feat Tout Le Monde)
Review: Despite boasting a discography packed to the rafters with successful forays into various vintage dancefloor styles, some were still surprised at the brilliance of his first Voilaaa album, On Te L'avait Dit. This follow-up is equally as impressive, and features 13 more trips into classic Afro-funk and tropical disco territory. With addictive Clavinet lines, punchy horns, heavy live percussion and Afrobeat bass to the fore, Hovart and his many collaborators - including a number of French vocalists with African heritage - variously pay tribute to a wealth of late '70s and early '80s dancefloor fusion sounds. The album includes all manner of club-ready workouts, including the righteous "Problems", disco-tastic "Kemtane" and sweaty, high octane "Mbele".
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BBE
Cat: BBE 476CCD. Rel: 28 Sep 18
Deep House
  1. Giovanni Damico - "Even The Stones" (Continous mix)
  2. Beam Me Up - "Rabbit's Foot"
  3. Reece Johnson - "Neyt Life"
  4. Joel Holmes - "Outer Light"
  5. Seven Davis Jr - "Get To Know Me"
  6. Boogie Nite - "Jazz-a-nova (Oooh)"
  7. Nachtbraker - "Jared Fogle"
  8. Harry Wolfman - "Ava"
  9. Tom Noble - "Lord I'm Trying"
  10. Jonna - "Everyday"
  11. Funk Butcher - "Check The Flow" (feat Trim)
  12. Frawl - "Be Good To Me"
  13. Ant La Rock - "Goddess"
  14. Krewcial - "Over"
  15. Giovanni Damico - "Even The Stones" (Unmixed)
  16. Beam Me Up - "Rabbit's Foot"
  17. Ant La Rock - "Goddess"
  18. Funk Butcher - "Check The Flow" (feat Trim)
  19. Seven Davis Jr - "Get To Know Me"
  20. Krewcial - "Over"
  21. Boogie Nite - "Jazz-a-nova (Oooh)"
  22. Nachtbraker - "Jared Fogle"
  23. Harry Wolfman - "Ava"
  24. Reece Johnson - "Neyt Life"
  25. Joel Holmes - "Outer Light"
  26. Jonna - "Everyday"
  27. Frawl - "Be Good To Me"
Review: Given the runaway success of Marcel Vogel's Lumberjacks In Hell label in recent times, it was almost inevitable that a bigger imprint would come knocking sooner rather than later. Fittingly, that label was BBE, who asked him to put together a set of previously unreleased tracks that draws on the same classic palette of influences (think soul-fired house, disco, boogie, jazz-funk and shimmering, synth-laden beat-scapes). The resultant set is superb, with Vogel serving up both mixed (CD1) and unmixed variations. Highlights are plentiful - from the wayward, proto-house/gospel fusion of Tom Noble's "Lord I'm Trying" and the slick, soul-flecked deep house of Jonna's "Everyday", to the deep dancefloor jazz of Boogie Nite's "Jazz-o-nova (ooh)", the low-down funk of Beam Me Up and the spiraling disco-funk of Reece Johnson.
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