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Slowdive (30th Anniversary Edition) (Record Store Day 2020)
Slowdive (30th Anniversary Edition) (Record Store Day 2020) (limited numbered 180 gram audiophile green & black marbled vinyl 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: MOV 12009C. Rel: 07 Sep 20
Indie
  1. Slowdive (5:15)
  2. Avalyn I (4:51)
  3. Avalyn II (8:07)
Review: When it was initially released three decades ago in the summer of 1990, Slowdive's eponymous debut EP was heralded as an instant shoegaze classic: a drowsy, dreamy collection of hazy wall-of-sound, reverb-drenched songs that put the Reading band right at the heart of a growing musical movement. As this 30th anniversary reissue proves, it remains a fine collection of cuts. While lead cut 'Slowdive', a more orthodox fusion of shoegaze, dream-pop and indie-rock, was the one that chimed with listeners at the time, it's the two-part soundscape 'Avalyn' - and in particular the epic 'Avalyn II' - that resonates loudest in the 21st century. The latter track is so good that it's worth buying the EP just to get your hands on it.
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Want This (feat Ray Mang remix)
Want This (feat Ray Mang remix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AIP 003. Rel: 07 Sep 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Want This (4:42)
  2. Want This (Ray Mang remix instrumental) (9:26)
  3. Want This (Ray Mang remix extended) (11:24)
Review: Following two sterling turns from Dedication feat Danielle Moore and Smith & Mudd feat Quinn Lamont Luke, Adventures In Paradise returns with another effervescent, vocal-led bomb. Soma World team up with Falle for an energising track that fold high life, funk and Kwaito house into a potent blend given voice by the infectious singing of Falle. As well as the original version of 'Want This', we're treated to two remixes by Ray Mang, who dubs the track out into a simmering, bass-rooted groover that captures the moody allure of a picture-perfect sundown moment.
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The Worker EP
The Worker EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BEEY 005. Rel: 07 Sep 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Le Louche & Mehlor - "Beat Back To" (6:46)
  2. ADMNTi - "E3 Shaolin" (7:26)
  3. Casey Spillman - "Just A Sip" (6:55)
  4. Joey Jackson - "Made This Wearing One Slipper" (6:04)
Review: BEEYOU Records continue their infatuation with apiculture and bouncy tech house on The Worker EP, featuring another finely selected cast of buzzing beatmakers. Le Louche and Mehlor team up for the sprightly 90s-licked tones of 'Beat Back To', which features a deadly garage hook and a cascade of zippy FX around the nagging swing of the drums. ADMNTi keeps the pressure up with the twitchy delights of 'E3 Shaolin', while Casey Spillman gets busy with some rubbery bass on 'Just A Sip'. Joey Jackson takes things deeper without losing the punch on 'Made This Wearing One Slipper'.
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Played by: Laidlaw, Rossi
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Latin Underground Revolution 2: More Swinging Boogaloo Guaguanco Salsa & Latin Soul From New York City 1968-1972
  1. Orquesta Olivieri - "Los Muchachos De Belen" (3:56)
  2. Orquesta Olivieri - "There's No Other Girl" (3:22)
  3. Ozzie Torrens & His Exciting Orchestra - "Mia's Boogaloo" (3:21)
  4. Ozzie Torrens & His Exciting Orchestra - "Boogaloo In Apt 41" (3:19)
  5. Brooklyn Sounds - "Ha Llegado El Momento" (45 edit) (4:27)
  6. Brooklyn Sounds - "Guaguanco Tropical" (3:42)
Review: During the late 1960s and early 70s, New York's Latin music scene was the envy of the world, with a swathe of immigrant musicians from Central and Southern America joining forces to perform and record new variations on traditional themes and hybrid fusions of multiple styles, most notably Harlem-born Boogaloo. This Rocafort Records release pays tribute to some key NYC Latin combos of the period, delivering two tracks apiece from three acts over a trio of seven-inch singles. It's a hugely vibrant and enjoyable set, with highlights including the jaunty salsa of Orquestra Olivieri's 'Los Muchachos De Belen', two fiery boogaloo heaters from Ozzie Torrens and his brilliantly named "Exciting Orchestra", and the carnival-ready rush of Brooklyn Sounds' 'Guaguanco Tropical'.
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The Many Faces Of Daft Punk: A Journey Through The Inner World Of Daft Punk
DAFT PUNK/VARIOUS
The Many Faces Of Daft Punk: A Journey Through The Inner World Of Daft Punk (limited gatefold 180 gram translucent yellow & grey vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: VYN 049. Rel: 07 Sep 20
Funky/Club House
  1. Nile Rodgers - "Do What You Wanna Do" (MYNC radio edit) (3:08)
  2. Scott Grooves - "Mothership Reconnection" (feat Parliament/Funkadelic - Daft Punk mix) (7:10)
  3. Giorgio Moroder - "Chase 2011" (Martin Brodin Dubbed Out mix) (6:48)
  4. The Micronauts - "Get Funky Get Down" (Daft Punk remix) (5:55)
  5. I:Cube - "Disco Cubizm" (Daft Punk remix) (8:11)
  6. Ruff Loaderz & Cut Up Boys - "Music Sounds Better With You" (Esquire radio edit) (3:55)
  7. Franz Ferdinand - "Take Me Out" (Daft Punk remix) (4:29)
  8. Karen Souza - "Get Lucky" (5prite remix) (7:16)
  9. Cerrone - "Supernature" (4:27)
  10. Space - "Magic Fly" (4:16)
  11. Acos CoolKAs - "Free Flight" (Acos Coolkas Synth Touch mix) (6:49)
  12. The Whispers - "And The Beat Goes On" (3:53)
  13. War - "You Got The Power" (2:41)
  14. Sare Havlicek - "White Russian (Lazy Summer)" (5:20)
  15. Oliver Cheatham - "Get Down Saturday Night" (7:10)
  16. The Sugarhill Gang - "Rapper´s Delight" (3:34)
  17. Gibson Brothers - "Cuba" (7:45)
Review: For the next installment of Argentinian label Music Broker's tribute series, they have selected some of seminal Parisian duo Daft Punk's finest works and remixes, spanning the last two decades, along with some of the music that inspired them. The Many Faces Of Daft Punk: A Journey Through The Inner World Of Daft Punk features disco royalty such as Niles Rodgers, Giorgio Moroder and Cerrone, while more contemporary producers from the house music spectrum feature also, such as Detroit's Scott Grooves (featuring Parliament/Funkadelic), The Micronauts and Versatile's I:Cube receive de Homem-Christo and Bangalter's midas touch. the latter's 'Disco Cubizm" from '96 being a particular highlight on the remix side of things. Not to mention their roaring rework of indie-pop darlings Franz Ferdinand's classic 'Take Me Out'.
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Wind Parade
Wind Parade (limited 7")
Cat: 890926. Rel: 11 Sep 20
Jazz
  1. Jordan Rakei - "Wind Parade" (4:50)
  2. Alfa Mist - "Galaxy" (6:03)
Review: Blue Note Re:imagined is a carefully curated collection of brand-new covers of classic material from the legendary label as served up by a selection of the UK scene's most exciting young talents including Ezra Collective, Nubya Garcia and Brit Award-winning Jorja Smith. For this latest 7" it's Jordan Rakei, who actually hails from Aus, but let's not get mad about that because the super smooth soul singer reaches new heights on the free flowing, heart opening 'Wind Parade'. Jazz pianist Alfa Mist takes care of the flip with a suitably cosmic exploration on 'Galaxy' that pairs live, busy drums and soaring synths with rich chords.
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Dorothy Edits
Cat: GSC45 25. Rel: 07 Sep 20
Funk
  1. Soul Vibrations (edit) (3:34)
  2. The Moving Finger (edit) (4:58)
Review: Black Cash & Theo AKA Thelonious Beats are Galaxy Sound Co's most experienced editors, having served up already nine excellent offerings on this label. Their latest careful bit of studio splicing work is again a cosmic and mind expanding jazz funk fusion with righteous grooves and life-affirming riffs. The A-aide is a sweet and seductive sound that comes up from below to sweep you off your feet and carry you away to the stars, then 'The Moving Finger' is a little more rooted on planet earth with its knotted bass riffs, glowing harmonies and rickety lead guitar riff, all finished off with some spiritual sax work.
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The Garage Box (Record Store Day 2020)
The Garage Box (Record Store Day 2020) (5x7" box set + slipmats) (1 per customer)
Cat: MXMRKBX 005. Rel: 07 Sep 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Let's Get Together (5:38)
  2. Somebody Else's Guy (5:45)
  3. Evolution (5:44)
  4. Catch The Rhythm (5:33)
  5. Haven't Been Funked Enough (4:32)
  6. Education (Larry Levan mix) (4:39)
  7. Standing In Line (Larry Levan mix) (5:06)
  8. Slap Slap Lickedy Lap (Larry Levan mix) (4:25)
  9. I May Not Be There (5:40)
  10. Changes (Larry Levan mix) (5:48)
Review: Mr. K and Most Excellent Unlimited are back with another must have motherlode of ten essential cuts on 7-inch, assembling a serious cross-section of diverse jams that were particularly popular at The Garage, majority of which appearing on 7-inch for the very first time in any form, let alone in these unique quintessential edits. Patrick Adams and Greg Carmichael production, female diva classic "Let's Get Together" backed with a previously unreleased NYC Peech Boys demo version of "Somebody Else's Guy." Tough South Bronx funk "Standing In Line". Synth epic, Krivit's classic edit of "Evolution". Disco Funk edit of Larry Levan's "Slap, Slap, Lickedy Lap". With much more in this diverse and remarkably sought after tracklist, surprises, like "Catch The Rhythm" (the only Boris Midney production regularly played at The Garage), along with Mr. K's previously Japan-only edit of Loleatta Holloway tour de force "I May Not Be There When You Want Me". Five singles impressively mastered with maximum fidelity and playability for an exclusive Record Store Day, including a bonus pair of newly designed, Mr. K seven-inch slipmats.
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Past Futures
Past Futures (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIS 321. Rel: 07 Sep 20
Electro
  1. Past Futures (5:19)
  2. Virtual Array (6:17)
  3. Gantm (5:21)
  4. Lessened By Lessons (4:47)
Review: Having established himself many moons ago on Alphabet Set, Cignol has gone on to become a firm fixture in the contemporary electro scene with drops on labels like Lunar Disko, Furthur Electronix, Seagrave and many more. Now he appears on 20:20 Vision with an EP that slots perfectly into the electro direction the label has been exploring in the past couple of years. 'Past Futures' pivots around a nagging acid line, a pitched-down vocal hook and an easy tempo, while 'Virtual Array' swerves for the plushest Drexciya-indebted territory. 'Gantm' brings forth more 303 action, matched with all kinds of other playful synth strokes and a tumbling beat. 'Lessened By Lessons' completes the set on a plaintive note, but with a similar palette of expressive synth lines and a keen sense of harmony powering the track.
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Polk
Polk (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: MSR 022. Rel: 10 Sep 20
Funk
  1. Polk (3:26)
  2. Balek (4:21)
Review: Not to be confused with the mascara-clad indie rock band of the same name, Placebo was a 1970s Belgian jazz-funk combo founded by legendary European jazzman Marc Moulin. Within the rare groove and jazz-dance community, the group's sophomore set 1973 has long been considered a hard-to-find "must-have". Here Matasuna Records celebrates reaching a quarter-century of releases by offering up a seven-inch featuring two of the album's most celebrated cuts. A-side 'Polk' is a genuine jazz-funk delight: a storming dancefloor workout in which mazy, ever-more-intense electric piano solos ride a relaxed but floor-friendly groove. Flipside 'Balek' is, if anything, even better, with spacey synths, sharp horn lines and fluid electric piano solos sparring over another leisurely groove.
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Fear Of Music (Unreleased Outtakes)
Fear Of Music (Unreleased Outtakes) (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: PROA 1074. Rel: 08 Sep 20
Rock
  1. Dancing For Money (2:38)
  2. Life During Wartime (Alt) (4:01)
  3. Cities (alternate mix) (5:31)
  4. Mind (alternate mix) (4:29)
Review: Here's something to get Talking Heads fans salivating: a fresh EP featuring previously buried, unheard alternative versions and outtakes recorded during the sessions for the celebrated New York new wave band's 1979 album Fear of Music. The EP begins with the completely unheard 'Dancing For Money', a typically undulating, off-kilter chunk of post-punk eccentricity that seemingly never went beyond the demo stage, before offering up a riotous alternate mix of the noisy, guitar-laden stomper 'Life During Wartime'. Over on the flip you'll find notably different arrangements and recordings of 'Cities' and 'Mind'; the latter, with its juju style guitar sounds and languid rhythm section, is particularly good.
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Played by: Piers Harrison
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The Horizon Problem
The Horizon Problem (hand-numbered 7" + insert limited to 250 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: PHI 17. Rel: 08 Sep 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Proper Distance (4:55)
  2. Comoving Distance (4:48)
Review: For the latest in their ongoing series of limited-edition, hand-numbered singles, Zurich outfit Phantom Island has turned to the label's in-house producer and "sound wizard", Florin Buchel. As you'd perhaps expect, there's much to admire on the producer's first single under his given name, particularly A-side 'Proper Distance'. This sees guitarist Roger Szedzalik add glistening, sun-soaked jazz solos to a dreamy, sunset-ready backing track rich in liquid synths, reggae bass and bubbly electronic beats. The leisurely, Balearic-focused vibe continues on the flip, where Buchel peppers a delay-laden drum machine beat with fretless bass, gently unfurling synthesizer melodies and flecks of echoing instrumentation.
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To Bring You My Love (reissue)
To Bring You My Love (reissue) (180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
UMC
Cat: 896473. Rel: 11 Sep 20
Indie
  1. To Bring You My Love (5:09)
  2. Meet Ze Monsta (3:38)
  3. Working For The Man (4:47)
  4. C'mon Billy (3:01)
  5. Teclo (4:23)
  6. Long Snake Moan (5:15)
  7. Down By The Water (3:11)
  8. I Think I'm A Mother (3:58)
  9. Send His Love To Me (4:14)
  10. The Dancer (4:04)
Review: You can never really understate the impact Polly Jean Harvey had when she landed on the UK music scene, and the radars of tastemakers like John Peel, in the early-1990s. Guitar tracks at the time were usually split into unashamedly lager-soaked upfront Britpop, or nihilistic and self-sabotaging grunge and metal from the US. PJ Harvey was neither, and on 'To Bring You My Love' she perfected a particularly UK take on heavy, darkroom rock.

Pressing play means stepping into a world where the blues can either be a sparse, pitch black tome ('To Bring You My Love') or stomping and sweat-soaked juggernaut ('Meet Ze Monsta'), and that's just referencing the first two songs. Compare either to the trip-hop infused downtempo melancholia of 'The Dancer', and it's pretty clear why this was one of the albums of its decade.

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The Universal Want
The Universal Want (limited gatefold heavyweight white vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: VX 3248. Rel: 11 Sep 20
Indie
  1. Carousels (4:50)
  2. I Will Not Hide (4:14)
  3. Broken Eyes (4:14)
  4. For Tomorrow (5:28)
  5. Cathedrals Of The Mind (5:24)
  6. Prisoners (4:28)
  7. Cycle Of Hurt (4:16)
  8. Mother Silverlake (5:12)
  9. Universal Want (5:16)
  10. Forest House (3:38)
Review: It's easy to forget this is the first new record we've had from Doves in more than a decade, given the rousing call to action and emotional intensity of aptly-titled album opener 'Carousel'. A huge, nostalgic fairground thumper that sets the adrenaline levels at 11, it could be their most confident album opener to date.

And The Universal Want is far from a tease, too, capturing the essence of what we hoped from this Manchester trio's comeback fanfare. From the science fiction synth beams of Bowie ode 'Cathedrals Of The Mind', to the redemptive and hope-filled stadium indie of 'For Tomorrow', and the title track's melancholic proto-house stomp, it's very much a record of our time but also one that will likely stand the test of time. A very welcome return for, and another schooling from, Jez Williams and his team.
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KMRDS 001
KMRDS 001 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: KMRDS 001. Rel: 07 Sep 20
Deep House
  1. Politics Of Dancing - "Ote" (6:29)
  2. Djebali - "Back2life" (7:13)
  3. Terence: Terry: - "Eastern Boy" (6:43)
  4. Stephan Bazbaz - "Ulai" (7:36)
Review: The first release on Kamarads pulls together a solid mix of established tech house figureheads for a classy, versatile set of club tracks. Politics Of Dancing goes up first with 'Ote', a deep and rugged groover geared towards hypnotism and total immersion. Djebali follows up with an equally stealthy roller that will appeal to those who like it stripped back. Terence: Terry takes things in a swirling, trippy direction with the afters-ready 'Eastern Boy' and Stephan Bazbaz finishes up with a gorgeous, lilting deep house lullaby to soothe the weary raver's soul.
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Atyeo
Atyeo (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ITX 018. Rel: 07 Sep 20
Drum And Bass
  1. Love In The Jungle (5:49)
  2. The Crawlers (5:56)
  3. Ridge Racer Revolution (6:26)
  4. No Fxxxing Soul (5:33)
Review: The brilliantly dark world of breakbeats and stripped back techno that Illian Tape call their own gets that bit richer with this new EP from Pessimist. It kicks off with some rugged jungle rides that are coloured by bird calls, wood block hits and booming bass before 'The Crawlers' is a flurry of snares and hi hats that tie your mind and body in knots. The excellent 'Ridge Racer Revolution' is a hardcore track that never lets up, with flailing hits and hundred mile and hour breaks all demanding you dance. The closer is a dystopian cut of unresolved loops ad frazzled bass that lurches back and forth and traps you right where it wants you. Thrilling stuff.
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Spaceship For Sale EP
Cat: SN 011. Rel: 11 Sep 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Spaceship For Sale (5:50)
  2. Casinomania (6:50)
  3. 69 Party Boys (6:13)
  4. 69 Party Boys (Fabe 68 remix) (6:33)
Review: Buckle up for the latest space crusade from Salty Nuts. This one finds Oden & Fatzo at the helm and the trip begins with the slick and seductive tech house perfection of 'Spaceship For Sale' which glides on silky synths to an imagined future. 'Casinomania' bubbles with all the sort of pixelated sounds and hyper real chords that you would get on the gambling floor of a Las Vegas hotel and '69 Party Boys' is another lithe, neon-lit future-tech-funk gem that gets a remix from Fabe. In the popular Brazilian's hands it becomes a little more thrown back thanks to its warm organ bass.
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Played by: Rossi
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To Bring You My Love: Demos
To Bring You My Love: Demos (180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
UMC
Cat: 896476. Rel: 11 Sep 20
Indie
  1. To Bring You My Love (4:52)
  2. Meet Ze Monsta (3:41)
  3. Working For The Man (4:57)
  4. C'mon Billy (2:57)
  5. Teclo (4:31)
  6. Long Snake Moan (5:35)
  7. Down By The Water (3:05)
  8. I Think I'm A Mother (3:55)
  9. Send His Love To Me (3:48)
  10. The Dancer (4:14)
Review: While it had only been a few months since the release of her 4 Track Demos project, when To Bring You My Love first arrived in 1994 it felt like it had been a long time coming. Taking elements that made her early studio efforts stand out - the twisted mania of Dry and the Patti Smith-esque agony of Rid of Me - here Polly Jean Harvey fully embraced a kind of pained grunge-blues.

The resulting brew is particularly potent. Whether you're listening to the hushed, mysterious groove of 'Working For The Man', 'Long Snake Moan''s dark metal edges, or the sparse, troubled and deeply pained anthem 'Teclo', everything here is clearly the work of a genius. A fact that rings particularly true given these stunning versions represent her work in its original demo form.
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Move Dub
RY feat AC
Move Dub (limited 12")
Cat: BERGALTD 04. Rel: 07 Sep 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Move Dub (8:14)
  2. Move Dub (Steve O'Sullivan remix) (7:11)
  3. Move Dub (Traumer remix) (6:32)
Review: French dub techno engineers Berg Audio return with their fourth release in 2020, courtesy of one R.Y. with an A.C. We are not entirely sure who the former is, but the latter stands for Another Channel, a producer from Ausburg in Southern Germany. The acronyms collaborate on the cavernous and glacial groove of 'Move Dub' that is balanced out by its emotive male and female vocals. It comes with two terrific reworks: Mosaic man man Steve O'Sullivan is in fine form as usual, taking the track down a warmer path with a more sensual feel, followed by Roman Poncet aka Traumer's perspective which injects the track with a groovy minimalist stomp.
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Ain't That Terrible (Record Store Day 2020)
  1. Ain't That Terrible (2:32)
  2. A Change Is Gonna Come (3:42)
Review: Northern Soul diggers have spent many frustrating hours trying to track down copies of Roy Redmond's notoriously hard to find 1967 single 'Ain't That Terrible', which was initially released on cult label Loma. Listening to this timely and much-needed Record Store Day 2020 reissue, it's easy to see why. The track is exactly the kind of surging, stomping, up-tempo number that makes Northern Soul dancefloors go crazy, all topped off by an excitedly rousing lead vocal from Redmond. Over on the flip you'll find original B-side 'A Change Is Gonna Come', a lusciously arranged, performed and produced version of the Sam Cooke favourite smothered in melancholic horns, jazzy guitars and sustained organ chords.
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RSD 2020 (Record Store Day 2020)
RSD 2020 (Record Store Day 2020) (180 gram vinyl 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: PGRSD 2020. Rel: 07 Sep 20
Deep House
  1. Bands Tight (4 Henry) (6:48)
  2. Stinger 2 (4:28)
  3. The DJ (5:02)
  4. Song For My Forefathers (4:43)
Review: After last year's killer Record Store Day edition featuring the Relative affiliated Vinalog, UK techno legend Colin McBean aka Mr G flies solo on this year's special installment with this wicked four tracker on his esteemed Phoenix G imprint. RSD 2020 features the soulful vocals and breakbeat action of 'Bands Tight' (4 Henry) and the moody, heads-down stomper that is 'Stinger 2' on the A side, followed by the loose and low-slung after hours vibe of 'The DJ' on the flip, and ending with the evocative and atmospheric slow burner 'Song For My Forefathers'.
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We Are Chaos
We Are Chaos (limited white vinyl LP + poster)
Cat: LVR 1432. Rel: 11 Sep 20
Metal
  1. Red Black & Blue (4:48)
  2. We Are Chaos (3:51)
  3. Don't Chase The Dead (4:13)
  4. Paint You With My Love (4:21)
  5. Half Way & One Step Forward (3:12)
  6. Infinite Darkness (4:10)
  7. Perfume (3:25)
  8. Keep My Head Together (3:40)
  9. Solve Coagula (4:20)
  10. Broken Needle (5:08)
Review: You could easily imagine someone like Marilyn Manson winding up a rather unthreatening and comparatively conventional alt-rock icon in their more senior years - the sort of person who's staunch anti-establishment approach to art only enjoys longevity with the generation 'who were there'.

Perhaps it's just because so many counter culture rock heroes have gone the way of guest spots on cereal commercials. As his latest proves, though, the goth deity remains every bit as bold and on the nose. He's been turning heads, if not banging them, for over 25 years now, so to still have such ferocity and unbridled sense of speaking for the dejected, rejected and just plain objected is remarkable, but undeniable. The addition of Brandon Pertzborn as new drummer and Shooter Jennings' work on production clearly doing the work no disservice.
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Breaking The Beats: A Personal Selection Of West London Sounds
Cat: ZEDDLP 050. Rel: 11 Sep 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. 4hero - "Hold It Down" (Bugz In The Attic Co-Operative mix) (7:11)
  2. NSM - "DJ Power (Use It)" (6:38)
  3. Domu - "Save It" (feat Face) (5:53)
  4. Jazztronik - "Samurai" (8:17)
  5. Kaidi Tatham - "Organic Juggernaut" (4:34)
  6. Vikter Duplaix - "Manhood" (5:41)
  7. Agent K - "Feed The Cat" (7:23)
  8. Fourth Kind - "Take Me To Your Sky" (4:22)
  9. Taylor McFerrin - "Broken Vibes" (feat Vincent Parker) (7:43)
  10. Agent K - "Hands" (10:48)
  11. Nova Fronteira - "Baila Conmigo" (AtJazz remix) (6:43)
  12. Blakai - "Afrospace" (feat Bembe Segue) (5:23)
Review: The first post-name change project for Dave Lee fka Joey Negro is a look back over his favourite West London sounds from the ZR catalogue. It's a widescreen offering that takes in plenty of the corner stones of the early broken beat and nu jazz scene. Things kick off with a Bugz in the Attic remix of 4Hero filled with lush synths and skipping kicks. Kaidi Tatham's 'Organic Juggernaut' is an even busier cut with big flute lines and Agent K appears twice, firstly with the deep grooves of 'Feed The Cat' then the mellifluous jazz-scapes of 'Hands'. It all adds up to an essential collection.
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Portal Vision (reissue)
Portal Vision (reissue) (12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: NAFF 001. Rel: 09 Sep 20
Deep House
  1. Portal Vision (Kali) (6:48)
  2. Portal Vision (Plain) (6:13)
  3. Vainlight (Rezoned) (6:36)
  4. 2DS (6:02)
Review: Adam Feingold once again dons the Ex Terrestrial alias, this time for an outing on box fresh Canadian imprint NAFF. He's in a typically melodious and glassy-eyed mood on the A-side, where "Portal Living (Kali)" and "Portal Living (Plain)" provide two contrasting takes on the producer's warm and wavy interpretation of early Italian dream house. "Vanilight (Re-Zoned)" sounds like his tactile take on obscure bleep pioneers DJ Martin and DJ Homes' brilliant (but little-known) bass-heavy remixes of Man Machine's "Animal", while closer "2DS" is a kaleidoscopic slice of deep musical bliss that sits somewhere between original New Jersey deep house and the turn-of-the-'90s Soul II Soul sound.
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Star Creature Vibes
VARIOUS
Cat: SC 1225. Rel: 11 Sep 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Saucy Lady - "A Shooting Star" (3:55)
  2. Proh Mic - "Tunnel Vision" (4:31)
  3. Kutkorners - "The Finest" (feat Amalia - E live remix) (3:43)
  4. Ourra & The Gravity Drive - "Instant Sunshine" (4:10)
  5. Shiro Schwarz - "Exoplanet Love" (4:43)
  6. Giovanni Damico - "Cassette Funk" (4:52)
  7. E Live - "Do Me Like That" (feat Chesta Blake - Slight Extension mix) (3:50)
Review: Star Creature Vibes is the label's first ever compilation and boy is it a good one. Across both sides of wax are unreleased tracks and new mixes by label favourites, all of whom offer up a new school mix of contemporary disco funk complete with spaced out synths, go slow jams and cosmic vibes. The whole thing is an easy to love collection of tracks that work as well on a lazy Sunday as they do a sun-kissed Saturday afternoon terrace. Kutkorners conjuring authentic disco magic with their cut 'The Finest', while Shiro Schwarz's 'Exoplanet Love' is particularly smoochy with its whispery vocals squelchy boogie bass. This is a dazzling collection.
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Played by: Giovanni Damico
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Night After Night (Record Store Day 2020)
Night After Night (Record Store Day 2020) (limited red vinyl 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: SV 045. Rel: 07 Sep 20
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Night After Night (3:23)
  2. Sense Of Male (4:17)
  3. Infraton (3:17)
  4. Motiv (5:52)
  5. Cherish (2:51)
Review: If this is your first run in with New York's Ike Yard then Factory Records might be a good place to start - these guys were the first US act to sign with the iconic but doomed Manchester label back in the day, and that says a lot about what to expect from their output. This was their first EP, released in 1981, making their proto-post punk and no wave trappings all the more groundbreaking.

The five tracks still stand up today, and certainly compare with some of the era and canon's definitive names. It would be unfair to say you can hear A Certain Ratio, Joy Division or Section 25 here, though, as Ike Yard were doing this at roughly same time to those UK counterparts, so it's less about mimicry and more a sign of just how necessary noises like this were back then.
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Wanna Dance
Cat: LFR 006. Rel: 08 Sep 20
Deep House
  1. Wanna Dance (7:04)
  2. Wanna Dance (Moondance Hi-Tech mix) (6:24)
  3. Wanna Dance (EVM128 remix) (4:29)
Review: 'Wanna Dance' is the new jam by deep house heavyweight Sean McCabe (Good Vibrations) and Last Forever chief Turbojazz. Said to be conceived during the lockdown period, the track recalls the energy of classic Detroit deep house and even features one of the city's favourite voices in the form of Javonntte. On the flip, the spiritual vibe of Moondance's rework calls to mind the work of Motor City legend Alton Miller, while EVM128 aka Evermean Beats really soaks up the vibe of his new hometown - London - on his nu-jazz broken beat perspective that would make even Kaidi Tatham stand up and notice.
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FORTHCOMING
Love Is The Message
Cat: MXMRK 2035.
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Love Is The Message (edit By Mr K)
  2. I Can't Turn Around (edit By Mr K)
Review: A must have 7"... this is a big one! Although Danny Krivit had a few well-regarded edits on wax before "Love Is The Message," it was his head-turning cut-up of MFSB's masterpiece on TD records that put him firmly and irrevocably on the scene as a go-to man with the razor. The song was already well-established, but existed in many manifestations. Krivit's version focussed on Leon Huff's rippling electric piano solo & breakdown of the powerhouse rhythm section of Earl Young and company, a much anticipated highlight for subsequent generations of disco devotees. For its debut on 7-inch, Krivit has trimmed his famed original mix down to a fully functional five and a half minutes, a tight distillation of an undisputed classic of the genre. While the four-on-the-floor drums of Earl Young are rightly cited as key inspiration for the rhythmic style of house music, the flip side of Mr. K's new 7-inch showcases another immediate predecessor, this one recorded more than 1,000 miles southwest of the discos of New York and Philadelphia. "I Can't Turn Around" is the final track on Isaac Hayes's 1975 Chocolate Chip LP, and it builds steam like a locomotive, until the Memphis musicians of the Isaac Hayes Movement are open throttle on a hypnotically repeating orchestral funk riff. The song was a huge favorite in Chicago's Warehouse and its subsequent incarnation The Music Box, and the direct inspiration for early house hits by Steve "Silk" Hurley and Farley "Jackmaster" Funk. Krivit's edit is lean and tough, with all the fat surgically trimmed and nothing but the gloriously relentless vamp remaining, a fierce force that has left countless dancefloors in sweaty disarray.
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Played by: LEGO EDIT
coming soon $9.70
FORTHCOMING
Stand On The Word
Cat: MXMRK 2036.
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Stand On The Word (edit By Mr K)
  2. Stand On The Word (Mr K acappella edit)
Review: Gospel music has had a long relationship with the underground dance floors of New York and New Jersey, sharing an emotionally charged spirituality that is central to devotees of each. Sitting at the nexus of these worlds is "Stand On The Word," a praise song that opens an album privately pressed by the First Baptist Church of Crown Heights in 1982. Who exactly recontextualized the churchly platter for the spiritual dance floor is a matter of some contention. Was it the born-again Walter Gibbons, a member of the congregation who lived nearby at the time, and then perhaps Tony Humphries, who worked at a local record store that carried the LP? But in an ocean of gospel dance music, this one distinctively sticks out as an underground dance classic. For this special release, Mr. K has trimmed his rare Japan only "Stand On The Word" 12" release from the crystalline intro to the beloved standout vocal lines to an ear-catching alternate piano outro, making it readily attainable on 7-inch for the first time. An astounding acapella fills the flip side with crackling handclaps and thundering foot-stomps, sounding as if it was recorded at church, or the final hour of the 718 Sessions (same thing). A better example of the sacred and secular crossover connection would be difficult to find.
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coming soon $9.70
FORTHCOMING
Reaching Out EP
Cat: NDATL 028.
Deep House
  1. Reachin Out
  2. The Get Down
  3. Reachin Out
  4. Dat Thang
  5. Gotta Have Love
  6. Reachin Out (dub)
Review: NDATL continues into the deep foray sounds of Roberta. The evermore elusive producer serves up deep dance EP for NDATL. The title track "Reaching Out" creeps lo fi percussion, haunting chords & yet upliftng samples for a unique energy. "The Get Down" with its snappy raw drum will have the doing just that getting down. "Reachin Out 2" is just more upbeat take on the original. "Dat Thang" is a catchy loop that you should brighten anyone set! "Gotta Have Love" is another deep one from the Roberta repertoire. Rounding the 12" an instrumental of the "Reachin Out 2"
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coming soon $12.68
FORTHCOMING
Folk N Roll Vol 1: Tales Of Isolation
Cat: 725462.
 
Folk/Americana
Review: We're starting to see, or at least hear, a number of releases that have been forged in the depths of coronavirus lockdown despair, but few wear that badge of honour on their sleeves quite like the appropriately-titled 'Folk N' Rock Vol.1: Tales of Isolation'.

Astoundingly, celebrated Nigerian born troubadour Ondara - known to some as J.S. Ondara, although the letters have now been officially dropped- composed and produced the 11 tracks here during a single week spent under stay at home order in Minneapolis, and the results are astounding. The artist himself described the experience as compulsive, "a kind of vomit of words, melodies". Take from that what you will, the record is a stunning collection of personal thoughts, musings, fears and hopes laid bare across some captivating acoustic serenades. It's basically impossible not to fall in love with it, or ideally to it.
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coming soon $19.69
FORTHCOMING
We Are Not Nothing EP
Cat: PETS 124.
Deep House
  1. We Are Not Nothing
  2. Far Away
  3. FS Melody
  4. Beyond
Review: One of the joys of Pets Recordings' output over the last couple of years is how unpredictable it has become stylistically. Basically, you don't know what the next release will bring musically, but more often than not it will be rather good. That's certainly the case on the imprint's latest four-tracker, which sees London producer Jeigo (real name Jack Carr-Miles) flit between driving and occasionally dreamy breakbeat-house dirtiness (the retro-futurist peak-time pump of 'We Are Not Nothing'), Livity Sound-goes-deep house brilliance (the intricate percussion programming and gently swelling chords of 'Far Away'), hazy early morning deep house hypnotism ('FS Melody'), and ultra-deep, UK garage-influenced sunrise wooziness ('Beyond', whose emotive, ear-catching female vocal samples work wonderfully).
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coming soon TBA
Porn Wax Eight
Porn Wax Eight (hand-stamped hand-numbered marbled pink 10")
Cat: PW 8. Rel: 20 Oct 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Affected
  2. To Be Discontinued
Review: strictly limited, hand stamped, individually numbered, no digital.
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 in stock $7.55
Our Ways
Our Ways (12")
Cat: AMR 31R. Rel: 22 Sep 14
Deep House
  1. Our Ways Run Together
  2. I Can't Help (This Feeling)
  3. Discarded Memories
  4. New Dawn
Review: Following releases for Austere Recordings and Contrast-Wax, Birmingham producer Laak arrives on Altered Moods with the four-track Our Ways EP. Those aquainted with the Laak style already will find lots to be excited about here, with four tracks that delve into the more hypnotic end of classic deep house.
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Jazz Rock
VARIOUS
Jazz Rock (gatefold LP with obi-strip)
Cat: MRBLP 204. Rel: 20 Aug 20
Jazz
  1. Kuroda Bushi (3:09)
  2. Hanagasa Odori (3:05)
  3. Soran Bushi (3:08)
  4. Sansa Shigure (3:11)
  5. Hietsuki Bushi (3:14)
  6. Sado Okesa (3:33)
  7. Itsuki No Komoriuta (2:58)
  8. Hokkaibonuta (3:50)
  9. Kiso Bushi (3:24)
  10. Kaigara Bushi (3:15)
  11. Iso Bushi (3:28)
  12. Nanbu Ushioi Uta (3:32)
Review: Jazz Rock doesn't quite do exactly what it says on the cover - jazz features heavily on this gorgeous record, but of the spiritual kind, and often driven by lush, funky drum playing. It is also a record defined by the distinctive sound of the koto - a traditional Japanese string instrument that lends the record a delicate and beautiful feel. It was recorded in 1973 and sounds both perfectly aged yet utterly fresh and also features bamboo flute playing by Hozan Yamamoto. It's a laidback record, one filled with the joys of spring, but also one that doesn't take itself too seriously and gets upbeat and funky as often as it does tender and pensive.
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FORTHCOMING
Wamono A To Z Vol 1: Japanese Jazz Funk & Rare Groove 1968-1980 (reissue)
Cat: 180GWALP 01RE. Rel: 30 Nov 20
Funk
  1. Toshiko Yonekawa - "Soran Bushi" (2:45)
  2. Takeo Yamashita - "A Touch Of Japanese Tone" (4:21)
  3. Tadaaki Misago & Tokyo Cuban Boys - "Jongara Reggae" (3:38)
  4. Chikara Ueda & The Power Station - "Cloudy" (6:08)
  5. Chumei Watanabe - "Downtown Blues" (3:38)
  6. Kifu Mitsuhashi - "Hanagasa Ondo" (2:51)
  7. Monica Lassen & The Sounds - "Incitation" (5:29)
  8. Norio Maeda, Jiro Inagaki & The All-Stars - "Go Go A Go Go" (3:19)
  9. Akira Ishikawa & Count Buffalo & The Jazz Rock Band - "The Sidewinder" (2:41)
  10. Masahiko Sato, Jiro Inagaki & Big Soul Media - "Sniper's Snooze" (6:42)
Review: Some compilations manage to both educate, inform and educate in equal measure; this fine collection from Japanese crate diggers DJ Yoshizawa Dynamite and Chintam is one such set. Comprising mostly little-known tracks recorded by Japanese artists between 1968 and '70, it offers up a wealth of cuts inspired by American jazz-funk "rare groove". There's much to admire across the ten tracks, from the mazy Rhodes solos, fizzing big band jazz grooves and traditional Eastern instrumentation of Toshiko Yonekawa's "Soran Bushi", and the languidly-slung brilliance of Tadaki Misago and Tokyo Cuban Boys' multi-faceted musical fusion "Jongara Reggae", to the Jimi Hendrix-goes-funk heaviness of "Incitation" by Monica Lassen & The Sounds, and the drums-driven dancefloor madness of Masahiko Sato Jiro Inagaki & Big Soul Media's "Sniper's Snooze". Recommended.
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coming soon $24.01
FORTHCOMING
Cavum Reimagined
Cavum Reimagined (gatefold 180 gram clear vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: POST 021.
Post Rock/Experimental
  1. Escape
  2. Dissolution
  3. Dying Light
  4. Black Prayer
  5. Solace
  6. Coda
Review: Cavum Reimagined by Pillars is an extended repress of Cavum and comes on 180g double ultra clear vinyl in gatefold cover with embossing and debossing effect on front and back. This repress includes the original album on side A and B and remixes on side C and D. Limited to 350 copies.
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coming soon $35.06
FORTHCOMING
The Haunted Purple Bathtub
The Haunted Purple Bathtub (LP limited to 100 copies)
Cat: POST 017.
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Governor Rod Blagojevich
  2. Spirit Mint
  3. Science Diet
  4. Watching My Cigarette Fight The Rain
  5. Italian Heals
  6. Music To Extract A False Confession (feat Daniel Leu)
  7. The FCC Tried To Shut Me Down & Were Wildly Successful
  8. Wow V Cool
  9. Deathly Chill
  10. Perhaps We'll Try Take 2
  11. My Dog Looks At Me Like I Liberated France
  12. Well, Little Face
  13. The 10K Fun Run For Your Own Ego
  14. An Introduction To Nowheresville (feat Andy Kindler & J. Elvis Weinstein)
  15. Biss's Broken Hats
  16. Swedish Marriage Manual
  17. Warwick Ave
  18. David Koresh Should Have Stuck To Guitar
  19. Shim Sham
  20. The Ghost Wearing Purple Crocs
  21. In The Drum Line Of Life, You Are Marching Wind Chimes
  22. Voluntourism
  23. Father, Son, & Holy Yost
Review: Billy Ghost is the instrumental project of The Kickback singer and songwriter Billy Yost. The Purple Haunted Bathtub is the first full release from the producer, emphasizing his love of instrumental hip hop, antiquated sampling technology, and the VHS collection amassed by his five older brothers from which he cribs many of the vocal and dialog snippets that litter the album. In an already flooded "lofi" genre, Yost has sought to carve out a space by creating "definable hooks that hopefully bother you for days" over the top of his dusty drums. The Haunted Purple Bathtub is dedicated to Yost's dog, a shiba inu named Opal, who adorns the cover of the album.
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Pleasure Of Edits 7
Cat: POLR 007. Rel: 18 Aug 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Chimay Groove (edit) (6:31)
  2. Acid5 Finale (edit) (6:54)
  3. Bump Theme (edit) (7:03)
  4. Nana's House (edit) (5:57)
Review: Fresh from delivering one of Razor 'N' Tape's strongest edit EPs to date, rising star Dino Soccio pops up on L.A label Pleasure of Love with four more high-grade rearrangements. He takes us in a surprise direction on opener "Chimay Groove", which turns what we think is a glassy-eyed, mid-80s synth-pop B-side into a woozy chunk of Italian style dream house bliss, before joning the dots between proto-house, Kraftwerk and early Chicago jack on "Acid5 Finale". "Bump Theme" is a sweaty revision of one of those bustling, acid bass-propelled jack-tracks that Ron Hardy loved and championed in the mid 1980s, while closing track "Nana's House" is a more spaced-out take on what sounds like an obscure, late 1980s French Makossa-house cut.
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Elements Of Life: Extensions Part 1
Cat: VR 193. Rel: 25 Aug 20
Deep House
  1. Cerca De Mi (feat Raul Midon - Kenny Dope remix) (6:43)
  2. Sunshine (feat Josh Milan & Raul Midon - Sacred Rhythm mix) (6:06)
  3. Ma Mi Mama (feat Anane - Freeform U Heirs Vox mix) (8:03)
  4. Jungle Fever (feat Anane - ATOJ remix) (4:20)
  5. Let The Children Play (feat Raul Midon) (10:29)
  6. Thousand Fingered Man (7:15)
  7. Journey's Prelude (NuLife remix) (5:42)
Review: Vega Records presents Elements Of Life Extensions, the live orchestral project of label chief Louie Vega. For the project's first volume of reworks, the new tracks "Messin' About", "Our People", and the unreleased mix of "Love Is On The Way" are ones not to be missed, in addition to a wide range of talents have been especially chosen to give their take on tracks from the album. Masters At Work sidekick Kenny Dope's take on "Cerca De Mi" (with Raul Midon), Joe Claussell on the spiritual perspective of "Sunshine" (as Scared Rhythm) and a respectful remaster of the Candido classic "Thousand Finger Man".
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Stella Mori
Stella Mori (turqoiuse marbled & gold splattered vinyl LP limited to 200 copies)
Cat: POST 015.
Post Rock/Experimental
  1. Orsus
  2. In Tenebris
  3. Ad Caelum
  4. Broken Crowns
  5. Oblivion
  6. Burden Of Memory
  7. Rise + Fall
  8. Stella Mori
Review: When one considers the American post-rock bands that emerged at the outset of what would become the modern era of the genre, the moment when a once fringe experimental form transitioned into a recognized faction of contemporary alternative music, there are only several still active today. Salt Lake City's I Hear Sirens are a member of that circle, having released their debut EP in 2007, followed by two LPs including 2013's Between Consciousness and Sleep, an album that has achieved a place of high regard with fans. However, the moment of their greatest acclaim has since stood as their culminating statement. But now their highly anticipated new record Stella Mori marks the continuation of their inspired exploration into instrumental music and its power to foster emotional release, invite reflection, reward vulnerability, and become the artistic abstraction of a limitless number of interpretations for each individual listener.
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coming soon $26.97
Closer
Closer (yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: KSS 1019YELLOW. Rel: 25 Aug 20
Deep House
  1. Closer (King Street Moody club mix) (6:18)
  2. Closer (Swing II Mood dub) (6:16)
  3. Closer (dub) (6:05)
  4. Closer (Swing To Mood dub) (5:51)
Review: A right classic for those that know. Originally released back in 1994 on King Street Sounds, ?"Closer" by pioneering production team Mood II Swing (feat. Carol Sylvan) receives a much deserved reissue here featuring all four tracks that appeared on the original release, remastered for your listening pleasure. The timeless and soulful bounce of the "King Street Moody club mix" is a true zeitgeist of early '90s garage, while it wouldn't be a proper Ciafone & Springsteen release without one of their legendary dubs, would it? You can bet there's typically moody one on the B-side, followed by the heady, swing-fuelled and stripped-back shuffle of the "Swing To Mood dub".
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Played by: Paul Starey
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White Lines
White Lines (transparent blue vinyl 7" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: CR 002. Rel: 20 Aug 20
Funk
  1. White Lines (4:31)
  2. Smack My Pitch Up (4:05)
Review: Australia's Choi Records drop their second release in the shape of two powerful cover versions either side of a devilish little 7" by The Traffic. The A-side, "White Lines", is a funky, horn-led reinterpretation of Grandmaster Flash's original tune : an instrumental brass ode to the original beast. On the flip, there's "Smack My Pitch Up", another mighty instrumental rework of The Prodigy classic, complete with a string of trumpets that imitate the original's inimitable vocal loop.
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Cigarettes After Sex
Cat: PTKF 21461. Rel: 03 Jul 17
Indie
  1. K (5:18)
  2. Each Time You Fall In Love (4:50)
  3. Sunsetz (3:33)
  4. Apocalypse (4:48)
  5. Flash (4:32)
  6. Sweet (4:49)
  7. Opera House (6:02)
  8. Truly (4:01)
  9. John Wayne (4:16)
  10. Young & Dumb (4:30)
Review: The last ten years have seen no shortage of bands with their delay pedals set to stun intent on capturing an aura of dreamlike radiance. Yet Texas 'pop-noir' troupe Cigarettes After Sex are no ordinary shoegazers, for a variety of reasons - frontman Greg Gonzalez' androgynous and dulcet tones may be part of the appeal, yet moreover it's the quality of the songwriting here, which never falls prey to the style-over-substance traps of their peers. Indeed, this debut is more than enough to justify the considerable hype around this outfit, being a collection of ditties as sultry as they are atmopsheric.
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Played by: Sock Free Hideaway
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Batutastica
Cat: GAMM 149. Rel: 18 Aug 20
Deep House
  1. Batutastica (Danny Krivit edit) (6:58)
  2. Jungle (Danny Krivit edit) (6:57)
Review: Remarkably, superior re-edit, remix and rework imprint G.A.M.M is approaching its 150th release. We'll hear more about what they have in store in the weeks and months ahead, but first the Swedish stable has decided to offer up something suitably special: a pair of previously unreleased edits from the king of the rusty scalpel rearrangement, Danny Krivit AKA Mr K. If it's percussion you're after, we'd heartily recommend insatiable A-side "Batutastica", a riotous revision of a drum-heavy Brazilian batacuda workout that's little more than densely layered waves of sweaty, carnival-ready percussion. It's an absolute dancefloor beast, as is the similarly hectic, intense and celebratory flipside drum workout, "Jungle". In a word: essential!
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Levitating (The Blessed Madonna remix)
Cat: WSBX 01. Rel: 14 Aug 20
Funky/Club House
  1. Levitating (The Blessed Madonna remix) (4:05)
Review: The Blessed Madonna has remixed Dua Lipa's 'Levitating' featuring Missy Elliott and Madonna. This is the first track from 'Club Future Nostalgia', an entirely remixed version of Dua Lipa's global #1 album "Future Nostalgia", created in collaboration with The Blessed Madonna.
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Come On Sister (Bruno mix)
Come On Sister (Bruno mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ERC 105. Rel: 01 Sep 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Come On Sister (6:37)
  2. Come On Sister (instrumental) (5:38)
  3. Come On Sister (Bruno Discomix) (8:04)
Review: Paul Robinson had a rich and varied life in soundsystem music, from working with the Freedom Sounds label in Kingston to forming lovers rock outfit One Blood. Of his few solo releases under his own name, this early 80s treat was geared towards the smooth sound of Brit funk, with a crisp boogie groove down low and a cool mood on top. "Come On Sister" is the perfect easy going party starter, which sports a tasteful dubbing out on the instrumental version that bolsters this Emotional Rescue re-release. Always ones to draft in a choice remixer, the B side here goes to Bruno who teases out the original groove for an extended trip before the vocals kick in.
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93 'Til Infinity (reissue)
Cat: MRB 7174. Rel: 04 Sep 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. 93 'til Infinity (LP version) (4:46)
  2. 93 'til Infinity (LP instrumental) (4:48)
Review: Over the last 12 months Mr Bongo has provided hip-hop heads with a ton of classic, golden-era rap reissues. Here they deliver another, as the title track from the crew's brilliant 1993 LP "'93 Until Infinity" returns on "45", complete with facsimile artwork. The track is undoubtedly one of their best - a jaunty, club-friendly affair in which Taja, Opio, A-Plus and Phesto exchange fluent, loose-limbed rhymes over a brilliantly positive (and slightly) jazzy beat crafted from a Grand Central Station break and selected samples of Billy Cobham's "Heather". The fine A-side vocal version comes accompanied by an essential instrumental take, in which A-Plus's brilliant boom-bap beat gets a much deserved chance to shine.
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Played by: I Love Hip Hop
 in stock $15.10
Myscitismes
Myscitismes (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: PLA 038. Rel: 01 Sep 20
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Trois Gouttes De Sang (3:01)
  2. Guilane Djane (0:41)
  3. Be Hedayat I (3:47)
  4. Avaze Djodayi (2:41)
  5. Gachtam (2:19)
  6. Omid (2:33)
  7. Shamgah (2:18)
  8. Myscitisme I (2:12)
  9. Delome (5:14)
  10. Be Hedayat II (2:23)
  11. Myscitisme II (2:53)
Review: Billing themselves as an ethno-industrial outfit, French group Vox Populi! have more in common with the German kosmische movement than the sound of their own fair land. They came from serious stock, including Axel Kyrou's mother who was a musique concrete pioneer at GRM, which set them up to make a bold and challenging debut album Myscitismes, originally released on their own Vox Man label in 1985. Combining advanced studio manipulation and liberal FX treatments with a pastoral folk thrum, motorik synth work and a heavy dose of pan-continental mysticism, they created a stunning and forward-thinking work that sounds shockingly relevant in the here and now. Finally reissued after more than 30 years, now is the perfect chance to grab this trailblazing slice of sonic sorcery.
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How Superstitious
R/M M vs S W
How Superstitious (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SSR 217. Rel: 28 Jul 20
Funk
  1. How Superstitious (vocal mix) (4:14)
  2. How Superstitious (instrumental mix) (4:14)
Review: DJ Soopasoul's last mash-up was an inspired affair that saw him perfectly fuse tracks by Philadelphia Soul legends MFSB and the Beastie Boys. Here he takes a similar approach, placing the rap vocals from the 1995 hip hop classic "How High" atop a suitably funky, lolloping beat crafted from Clavinet-heavy sections from Stevie party-starting floor-heater "Superstitioun". It works remarkably well on the A-side vocal mix, and those who'd not heard either track would be convinced that there was no mash-up antics going on. Over on side B you'll find an instrumental mix that showcases Soopasoul's editing skills; minus the Hip Hop vocals, is a fine re-edit of the Wonderful jam.
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