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INSTINCT 09 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: INSTINCT 09. Rel: 17 Feb 20
UK Garage
  1. Turn Up (feat Logan) (6:03)
  2. Evanition (5:31)
  3. Echo Tone (4:33)
  4. Out Of Town Foes (4:21)
Review: The Instinct label continues to champion contemporary garage, this time welcoming Holloway to drop four sure shots guaranteed to go down a storm whether you're at a minimal night or a main stage festival rave up. Logan is spitting deft bars over "Turn Up", a crisp and cool stepper laced with smooth chords. "Evanition" juggles different energies from the mellow to the nasty with a classy touch, while "Echo Tone" gets a little more melodic flex into the mix. "Out Of Town Foes" maintains the soulful mood, while keeping the synth lines snappy and slick for those who prefer a little quirkiness in their club tunage.
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Played by: Soundbwoy Killah
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You! (hand-stamped 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CW 003. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Funky/Club House
  1. You! (5:13)
  2. If I Could (5:50)
Review: Joe Corti's latest outing on China White follows the premise laid out by his previous turns - unbridled feel-good house music with more than a little disco sauce poured into the mix. So it goes on this new drop, a two-track bomb guaranteed to set the party ablaze. "You!" is the consummate A side burner - all fever-pitch diva vocals, searing strings and a powerful peak time rhythmic thrust. Providing the balance on the flip, "If I Could" takes things deeper with some smouldering loops kept sizzling under an array of processing without diluting the heavy funk of the groove. Seriously tasteful disco edit tackle right here.
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SURM O1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SURM 01. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Ron & Roland - "Nassaur Bassed Party" (6:46)
  2. Spacebunny - "Spacebunny" (6:29)
  3. Coke, Stoned & Bailey's - "Your Dad" (6:01)
Review: Surreal was a sublabel of Swag Records that operated around the tech house scene of the mid to late '90s. After 17 years of silence, the label awakens from its slumber to repress a few of the choicest cuts from the back catalogue. First up is Ron & Roland, otherwise known as Laurant Webb, whose acid-laced "Nassaur Bassed Party" sounds as fresh and infectious as it did back in '96. Spacebunny's self-titled opus takes thing deeper, but there's still a strident metallic groove that harks back to the early days of tech house in fine style. Cheeky trio Coke, Stoned & Bailey's only made a couple of drops on Surreal, but "Your Dad" is surely one of the strongest - a rubbery acid line and splashes of dub all over the shop.
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Universal Funk (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CARDIOLOGY 03. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Soul On Fire (4:57)
  2. Universal Funk (6:26)
  3. Funk Town (4:50)
  4. Concrete Soul (4:58)
Review: The sweet and funky side of the Constant Sound empire is back for a third bout. Cardiology deals in the finest disco edits and deep house delights for soul-centric groovers, and so it continues with this sure-footed 12" from The Owl. "Soul on Fire" is an appropriate title for the lead track, which keeps the vibe sizzling throughout with a strictly managed dose of Philly disco magic. "Universal Funk" takes things more upfront, but still those drops hold just enough back to keep the track utterly cool. "Funk Town" gets wild on the filter with the core sample hook before dropping some sassy bass and bongo heat at the track's apex. "Concrete Soul" completes the picture with a wistful choice in samples and the nastiest b-line on the whole record.
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Played by: Burnski, Osmose, The Owl, Fog
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Flutta (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: INFILTRATE 03. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Flutta (5:32)
  2. Rashaba (5:54)
  3. Runnin' (6:03)
  4. Narroways (5:34)
Review: The latest drop on Constant Sound's electro branch, Infiltrate, comes from wild-card Bristolian chameleon Borai. When he's not dropping tuff, jungle-hewed rave wreckers for Hotline and Higher Level he's collaborating with October on refined house bumpers or dread-filled noise excursions in Spiritflesh. As if that wasn't enough, here he is turning his hand to genuinely fresh twists on the electro formula - a breath of fresh air in a crowded marketplace. "Flutta" keeps things snappy and decidedly pacey, but the overall mood is really quite light, while on "Rashaba" things get much darker, to an almost theatrical degree. Some of that breakbeat ruffness sneaks in on "Runnin" and then a little garage swing offsets the dubbed out showers of melody and cheeky rave stabs on EP closer "Narroways". Stunning stuff.
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Played by: Burnski, Billy Nasty
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No Laggin' & Draggin' (limited translucent gold vinyl 7")
Cat: CLMN 180C1. Rel: 21 Feb 20
Soul
  1. No Laggin' & Draggin' (3:31)
  2. Give Up The Love (3:52)
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Cat: DAP 1130. Rel: 19 Feb 20
Soul
  1. I Can Change Your Mind (2:34)
  2. Who's Fooling Who (2:54)
Review: Since first appearing on the scene early last decade, British rhythm & blues and early soul revivalists The James Hunter Six have become an integral part of the Daptone Records roster. Crucially, their authentically dusty and soulful sound mines an earlier period than many of their label-mates - a time before Motown and the guttural funk of James Brown swept away doo-wop and the softer sounds of early US soul. Their latest two-track missive is superb, with the almost skanking grooves, fuzzy horns and impeccable lead vocals of "I Can Change Your Mind" being accompanied by the loved up, slow burn delight of semi-acoustic soul jam "Who's Fooling Who".
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Art Surgery #1 (7" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: ART 001. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Funk
  1. Barbara Don't Love Me (4:01)
  2. Dat Ting (4:20)
Review: He's hardly prolific, but DJ/producer Del Gazeebo has been offering up occasional re-edits, mash-ups and bootleg reworks for longer than some of us have been alive. Here he begins 2020 in fine fashion with two party-hearty reworks guaranteed to get the dancefloor moving. Aside "Barbara Don't Love Me" is a bouncy, subtly beefed-up take on a horn-heavy 1960s soul/rhythm and blues classic that sounds like it would go down well at parties that love Northern Soul. Flipside "Dat Ting" meanwhile is a head-nodding take on a punchy soulful reggae cut underpinned by weighty bass and tight hip-hop beats.
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AESTHETIC 07 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AESTHETIC 07. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Deep House
  1. Formulate (7:06)
  2. No 800 (7:38)
  3. Exteria (7:11)
Review: The funking, bumping sound of Aesthetic continues to bolster the impact of parent label Constant Sound, bringing a more colourful palette to realm of minimal tech house. The latest Aesthetic release comes from emergent talents Josh Baker & Alfa, working in collaboration to summon up some sprightly grooves to put a spring in your step. "Formulate" is especially bouncy, not least thanks to those nimble synth lines, while "No 800" takes things in a tougher direction without losing that groovy swing and rich sense of melody. "Exteria" completes the set with a particularly funky concoction that heads towards the deeper end of the night.




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Played by: Burnski
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Apollo Sun (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CB 014. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Apollo Sun (7:21)
  2. Cosmic Breaks (7:49)
  3. Spray (6:32)
Review: The latest joint on Constant Black is from Subb-an and Thoma Bulwer, who work together to bring forth some seriously smart ruminations on minimal techno with an inventive modern edge. "Apollo Sun" holds court over the A side with an artful, modulating synth voice that sounds as though it could well have been cooked up through a tangled network of patch leads. On the B side, "Cosmic Breaks" has a strong set of drums that crunch in all the right places, and plenty of dreamy seasoning to make for a truly smart midtempo roller. "Spray" completes the set with the spiciest joint on the record, all tightly wound beats and nagging rhythmic wriggles both built for functionality but equally intriguing on the ear - a perfect DJ tool with enough sass to stand on its own.
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Played by: Subb-an
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Cong Burn 06 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CB 06. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Lack - "Flutter" (5:10)
  2. Tonto - "Rust" (4:31)
  3. Chekov - "Fold" (F mix) (5:51)
  4. Perfume Advert - "Mad Downer" (4:16)
Review: The Cong Burn crew are back with another of those buy-on-sight split 12"s. Once again they're focused on building up the community of artists orbiting the label, so it's great to see stellar returns from many of the names on here. Lack has a compelling take on broken beat techno to impart, all smudged out dubby atmospheres and off-centre beats. Tonto makes their debut appearance here with the stripped back echo chamber dread of "Rust", and Chekov twists things up with the angular bleeps and jagged time signature of "Fold". Perfume Advert seal the deal with "Mad Downer", an elegant shaker that juggles nagging sound design with mellow mood setters.
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Played by: Zoo Look
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Redlight (limited red vinyl 12")
Cat: ARRLB/005-1. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Deep House
  1. Redlight
  2. Circle Of Funk
  3. The Rhythm
Review: The pleasingly unpredictable Adeen label returns with another record of outstanding and distinctive quality. Scott Hess is an emergent talent, originally from Detroit but now based in Bangkok, who channels the heat and clamour of the Thai capital. The result is a funkified strain of house with rich synths and some satisfyingly organic licks. "Redlight" is the heavy lifter, all muscular bass synths and a nagging, twitchy groove, while "Circle Of Funk" brings a more introspective tone embellished by some gorgeous slap bass. "The Rhythm" pushes a more steamy kind of funk that nods to the Detroit house grandmasters.
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LONEWOLF 003 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LONEWOLF 003. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Aton (6:09)
  2. Innosense (5:01)
  3. Utility Shift (4:39)
  4. Cirrus Clouds (5:09)
Review: The EYA Records crew continues their trip into a new musical direction with the Lonewolf series, this time offering up a split 12" between two distinctive techno producers. Bladymore Galaxy, otherwise known as Riccardo Buccirossi, brings some effervescent synthscapes to bear on his side of the record. There's an old-skool sensibility to the production - all uptempo drums and layer upon layer of sparkling sci-fi melodics - but there's equally a welcome fresh energy and emotional honesty embedded in Buccirossi's style that makes it so joyous to listen to. Belgian producer Innershades brings a punchier style informed by electro and trance - the perfect sound to lose yourself to as the dry ice creeps around and the sun starts rising over the dancefloor.
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Cat: ORSON 020. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Flow To It (5:00)
  2. Flow To It (Transparent Sound remix) (6:56)
  3. Double Tap (5:08)
  4. Hour Zero (5:12)
Review: The latest release on Orson welcomes a true electro stalwart - the mighty DeFeKT. Matthew Flanagan's commitment to the sound has been mightily impressive, and so it continues on this frankly stunning EP. Flanagan is sounding more upbeat than ever on "Flow To It", a joyous summertime electro funk freakout which Transparent Sound ably twist up into a more mechanised dancefloor weapon. "Double Tap" keeps the resplendent melodies front and centre, while also providing ample space for the DeFeKT brand of rave firepower, and then "Hour Zero" ups the ante with some strafing arps that don't let up for the duration.
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Played by: Billy Nasty
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Ritmica (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HARDGROOVE 29. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Techno
  1. 97-1 (6:03)
  2. Field (5:22)
  3. Breaker (6:44)
  4. Hawav (4:33)
Review: Nuno Costa is back, and this time he's bringing his steely techno sound to Ben Sims' DJ-oriented Hardgroove label. "97-1" hits like a bullet - all dead-eye rhythmic barbs designed to dig its nails into any mix and not let go. "Field" is no slouch either, but there's a greater emphasis on space and atmosphere sculpting behind the tough percussion. "Breaker" is a chiseled, tunneling workout for the hours of ascendance on the dancefloor, while "Hawav" deals in knockout blows when you're on the ropes. Fierce stuff for those who want to make an impact.
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Cat: RB 089. Rel: 19 Feb 20
Deep House
  1. Metropolis (5:20)
  2. Metropolis (dub) (5:20)
  3. Fridge (5:30)
  4. Seed Tray (5:59)
  5. Mushroom Samba (5:16)
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All This Love That I'm Givin (limited 7" repress)
Cat
Cat: CATX 2015. Rel: 21 Feb 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. All This Love That I'm Givin' (3:53)
  2. Maybe I'll Find Somebody New (3:25)
Review: For those of a certain age, Gwen McRae's "All This Love That I'm Givin" will always evoke memories of Cassius' French Touch classic "Feeling For You", which sampled it heavily. It remains a killer record in its' own right, though, as this timely reissue proves. Originally released in 1979, it sees McRae at her powerful best, delivering a potent message to an errant lover over a killer, low-slung disco-funk groove. It's one of the tracks that should really be in any discerning funk, soul or disco DJ's collection. Flip for original B-side "Maybe I'll Find Somebody New", a breezier chunk of laidback soul with a slightly Southern lilt. It's good, but pales into insignificance compared to the brilliant 'A' side.
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90% Of Me Is You (limited 7" repress)
Cat
Cat: CAT 1992. Rel: 21 Feb 20
Soul
  1. 90% Of Me Is You (2:49)
  2. It's Worth The Hurt (2:17)
Review: 

Another all-time classic from the extensive back catalog of the legendary Miami songstress Gwen McCrae.

"90% Of Me Is You" is instantly recognizable, it's been sampled countless of times by some of the most seminal Hip Hop artists ever (Large Professor, Jaylib, Mobb Deep & more) & is a bonafide "Rare Groove" sure-shot that never loses it's appeal & is always in demand with DJ's & producers. Perhaps it's the pairing of the languid guitar & strings, or Gwen's sultry vocals & that steady breakbeat that keeps people hooked some 40 years after it's original release? Whatever it is, it's classic material from start to finish!

Backed here with it's original b-side slow jam "It's Worth The Hurt" this super-rare 45 has been re-mastered, re-pressed & brought back for 2015's dance-floors in conjunction & with the permission of T.K. Disco / Henry Stone Music, Miami USA.
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Keep It Up (remastered) (limited 7" repress)
Cat: ALSTON 3716. Rel: 21 Feb 20
Soul
  1. Keep It Up (4:10)
  2. The Silence That You Keep (3:28)
Review: 

Milton Wright's perfect deep Soul classic "Keep It Up" has always been a top shelf record, everything about it is almost flawless! Whether it's Milton's silky vocal delivery, the incessant guitar driven back beat or the total space Funk vibe of his omnipresent ARP-2600 synthesizer this record has it all. Originally released on TK Disco's more Soul and Funk orientated Alston label which was home to many legendary artists and records, this 1975 sunshine classic never fails to make people move. A classic rare groove indeed. "The Silence That You Keep" takes up side-B, a jazzy, flute driven love song that again features Milton's perfect voice and some fantastic arrangement. A real gem of a record, with the original 45 changing hands for over L100 a time in used condition.

This is the first time "Keep It Up" has been re-issued in it's original 45 rpm format with the original Alston label artwork. It's been re-mastered, re-pressed and made available again with the permission of TK Disco / Alston Records, Miami Florida, USA.
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Liquiddity (Wata Igarashi remix) (140 gram vinyl 12" repress)
Cat: MD 003. Rel: 20 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Liquiddity (6:33)
  2. Fattal 22 (5:58)
  3. Nasty II (4:59)
  4. Eternal Blue (6:30)
  5. Eternal Blue (Wata Igarashi Crossing remix) (7:36)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: In an age of over-information, it's refreshing to see Aurora Halal take her time with the Mutual Dreaming label, which notches up just its third release since launching in 2014. It's also the New York scene leader's first record in three years, and it's worth the wait. Some elements are familiar - Halal still has a keen instinct for heavy-hearted synth lines shaped out in bold curves, but the level of expression going into these tracks makes each one stand out like a striking painting. From the eerie mood of "Fattal 22" to the crunchy bleep workout "Nasty II", the character just oozes out of Halal's productions. With a remix from Wata Igarashi thrown into the mix as well, this is a record loaded with fresh and powerful takes on techno.
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Played by: Tripeo, Derek Carr
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Cat: LSD 002. Rel: 21 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Process 10 (7:37)
  2. Process 11 (7:39)
  3. Process 12 (7:10)
Review: Hot on the heels of debut album "Second Process" comes "Third Process", another no-holds-barred collection of cuts from all-star techno trio LSD (AKA scene heavyweights Luke Slater, Steve Bicknell and David Sumner). As with its predecessors, the three-track EP is full to bursting with raw, mind-altering club cuts seemingly crafted from modular and analogue sounds. They first wrap looped electronic bleeps and hissing cymbals around a heavy and hypnotic groove on "Process 10", before upping the percussive pressure and brain melting, acid-style electronics on the Surgeon-esque sleaze of "Process 11". Without breaking stride, they then reach for the psychedelic electronics and restless stabs on marginally deeper closing cut "Process 12".
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Cat: BRZ45 076. Rel: 07 Feb 20
International
  1. Neno Exporta Som - "Deixa A Tristeza" (3:29)
  2. Agnaldo Rayol - "Sumauma" (3:38)
Review: After delivering some killer reissues over the last few years, Mr Bongo's brilliant Brazil 45s series has reached "buy on sight" status. It goes without saying that the label's latest double-header of hard-to-find Brazilian gems is white hot. A-side Neno Exporta Som's impossible-to-find 1971 gem "Deixa A Tristeza", a wild and life-affirming fusion of samba and funk full of fuzzy sax solos, glassy-eyed vocals and heavyweight grooves. Over on the flip you'll find another killer cut from '71: "Sumauma" by MPB star Agnaldo Rayol. Blessed with a great groove and incredible arrangement, it sounds like a Brazilian take on the sort of over-the-top songs used to open James Bond movies in the 1970s (albeit with a bit of samba sunshine thrown in).
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SA 004 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SA 004. Rel: 27 Jan 20
Techno
  1. Photoa (6:50)
  2. End Of Doubt (6:10)
  3. Dromedary (7:19)
  4. 16 Hours (7:21)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: UK techno stalwart Russ Gabriel has proven himself time and time again in the deeper corners of the genre, not least at the helm of the seminal Ferox label. Recent appearances for the likes of FireScope and Rawax have equally affirmed his position at the forefront of his field nearly 30 years after first emerging. The standard is no lower on this new release for Subconscious Algorithms, which kicks off with the Detroit-styled delights of "Photoa" before melting into the mellow brain food of "End Of Doubt". "Dromedary" brings some luscious acid sounds into the melodic mix, and "16 Hours" completes the set with an elegant trip through pin-prick electro for the after-hours set.




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Played by: Kid Who
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On & On (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIS 318. Rel: 20 Jan 20
Electro
  1. Route 909 (6:49)
  2. Flyby (4:38)
  3. 1111 (5:11)
  4. On & On (6:58)
Review: James Shinra has been previously spotted dropping quality electro-tinted sonics on the likes of Furthur Electronix, Craigie Knowes, Feel My Bicep, null+void and more. Now he comes to 20/20 Vision with a vivid new EP of productions that cement his place in the contemporary electro firmament. "Route 909" pivots between classic techno and emotive electro, with cinematic results. "Flyby" is a more crafty broken beat excursion with a nimble lead line that flutters over lingering piano lines. "1111" is rowdier affair that sets out a gnarly acid line front and centre, but not at the expense of Shinra's tendency for refined production. "On & On" reaffirms this point with a smart balance between growling low end and sophisticated top line melodies, rounding out a sterling EP.

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Cat: LGF 704. Rel: 10 Feb 20
Funk
  1. Afro Funky Now (3:32)
  2. Booker (5:17)
Review: On this sizzling seven-inch, two of Italy's most productive disco talents - Lego Edit and Vito Lalinga - join forces to energetically sprint through two righteous slabs of "Dancefloor Funk". First up on side A is "Afro Funky Now", a loose-limbed, bass-heavy Afro-funk workout rich in addictive organ stabs, delay-laden saxophone solos, Fela Kuti-esque horn blasts, beefy bass guitar and infectious drum breaks. Over on side B, "Booker" is a driving force of nature: a saxophone, trumpet and harmonica laden romp through swamp funk territory with more energetic instrumental flourishes than you can shake a stick at. We're unsure whether they're edits or original tracks (most likely the former), but either way they're ace.
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Flashlight (12")
Cat: RHSTOREJAMS 013. Rel: 13 Feb 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Flashlight (6:52)
  2. Flashlight (Masalo remix) (8:11)
Review: For the 13th volume in their occasional "Store Jams" series, Amsterdam's Rush Hour crew has turned to Superior Elevation Records chief Tom Noble, a producer best known for his re-edits and remixes. "Flashlight" is not a cover of the famous Parliament/Funkadelic jam of the same name, but rather a similarly and colourful revivalist disco jam rich in low-slung grooves, flanged guitars and kaleidoscopic synth lines. Sometime Jamie 3:26 collaborator Masalo handles remix duties on side B, brilliantly re-imagining the track as a muscular slab of starry-eyed late night Italo-disco. Whisper it quietly, but it could well be even better than Noble's original version.
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Cat: LF 065. Rel: 05 Feb 20
Progressive House
  1. Day Of Light (9:29)
  2. Mind Of (9:39)
Review: Since launching the Lost & Found label in 2013, Guy J has been scaling back his commitment to Bedrock Records, an imprint he's been associated with since the early 2000s. Yet despite this switch of focus, his commitment to melodious, club-ready music - and progressive house in particular - remains as strong as ever. "Day of Light" is as positive and ear-pleasing as anything the Belgium-based Israeli producer has released to date, with morning-fresh electronic motifs, sun-kissed pads and undulating lead lines rising a throbbing, trance-influenced bassline and taut drums. B-side "Mind Of" makes use of a similarly pulsating, arpeggio style bassline but is undeniably darker and moodier, with gnarled riffs and spacey synthesizer lines catching the ear. It's a far more intense workout but no less appetizing.
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Crush 100 (limited 7")
Cat: CRUSH 100. Rel: 10 Feb 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Lil Kim - "Crush" (Jazz mix) (4:42)
  2. Jeff Lorber - "Raindance" (re-edit) (4:14)
Review: Galaxy Sound give this 1997 hip hop classic a new twist with some slick jazz stylings. Lil Kim's "Crush On You", is known by all but here it becomes something completely different: a forgotten jazz funk gem, colourful trumpet leads awash with lush drums and timeless soul. The flipside houses a re-edit of Jeff Lorber's "Rain Dance", which is in fact the original source of the samples on Lil Kim's track, and one that has been used on more than 20 other big time tunes. Here it's subtly tweaked but still remains a classic bit of jazz-flecked hip hop with some proper rude vocals.
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No Sameness (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CANDLE 001. Rel: 27 Jan 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. No Sameness (8:07)
  2. Darkness Is Your Candle (7:18)
  3. Into The Abyss (8:45)
Review: [Emotional] Especial stalwart and all-round underground progenitor Richard Sen makes a welcome return launching new label Darkness Is Your Candle with some of his inimitable muscular wave-tinted machine wares for seedy dancefloors. "No Sameness" is a stellar lead track - all evil one-note bass, freaky synth wriggles and the odd touch of splashy mixing desk FX. "Darkness Is Your Candle" is a touch more anthemic with its big melodic leads, but no less seductive. "Into The Abyss" completes the package with another brooding workout that slips in the cracks between vintage techno and minimal wave - classic tropes delivered impeccably.
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The Bumble EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BEEY 004. Rel: 24 Feb 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Julian Anthony - "Raspberry Flurry" (6:27)
  2. Rossi - "Yen" (7:21)
  3. Azire - "Dats Rill" (7:22)
  4. Xhz - "Some Soul" (8:14)
Review: BEEYOU Records are back with 4 outrageously groovy tracks perfect for all your dance floor needs. First up on the A1 is Julian Anthony with a 90s Tech House inspired banger. Rossi. has full control of the A2 with his signature groovy basslines that keep you dancing all night. Azire who is one half of Xhz shows us what's real with a hypnotic roller, and Xhz are back with another beautiful track full of sexy french vocals and dreamy pads.
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Slammin Trax Vol 3 (DJ Dan mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: INSJ 003. Rel: 03 Feb 20
Funky/Club House
  1. DJ Dan & WhiteNoize - "Engine No 9" (5:53)
  2. Bryan Jones - "Part Of The Game" (DJ Dan remix) (6:12)
  3. DJ Dan - "Conjunction Funktion" (6:08)
  4. DJ Dan - "Command Your Soul" (6:04)
Review: US vet DJ Dan is back once again with the Slammin Trax series, bringing some of his spiciest originals and remixes onto vinyl for maximum party damage. "Engine No 9" does a fine job of chopping up a classic hip hop vocal lick and strapping it to a chunky big room house jam. Dan's remix of Bryan Jones brings even bigger levels of hype, not least around the monster breakdown and drop. "Conjunction Funktion" brings a more flamboyant funky flavour to the table without losing that massive impact, and "Command Your Soul" fires off a plethora of riotous licks, samples, hits and stabs while keeping the funk at the forefront.
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Cat: BRZ 45077. Rel: 13 Feb 20
Funk
  1. Marcia Maria - "Amigo Branco" (3:30)
  2. Simone - "Tudo Que Voce Podia Ser" (2:16)
Review: The latest volume in Mr Bongo's brilliant Brazil 45 series offers up a pair of MPB gems that have previously never featured on seven-inch before. Side A is all about Marcia Maria's 1978 cut "Amigo Branco", a disco-era interpretation of Djalma Dias' 1974 track "Nada Sei De Preconceito". Maria's cover is jaunty, colourful and ear-catching, pushing jaunty organs, sharp horns and spacey synth lines towards the ear alongside her passionate, full-throated lead vocal. Over on side B you'll find "Tudo Que Voce Podia Ser", an overlooked gem plucked from MPB artist Simone's self-titled 1973 debut LP. More rooted in samba, it's a lilting, string-laden chunk of emotional sweetness.
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I Get Juiced (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: DD 017JIM. Rel: 03 Feb 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. I Get Juiced (Doc Flex & NMX mix) (3:56)
  2. How We Do The Show (Doc Flex & NMX Westside mix) (4:14)
Review: They make you wait 15 months for a new release, then put out two in the same few weeks. Dusty Donuts, now five years into their mission to serve up the biggest party breaks and funkiest funk, this time offer the low riding Cali g-funk of "I Get Juiced (Doc Flex & NMX Mix)" which will be familiar to anyone who has heard "I Get Lifted" by Gwen McCrae. The flip is even more smooth and seductive, with the boom-bap grooves and early r&b flow of "How We Do The Show (Westside Mix)" making it a superbly sweet set.
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La Diferencia Edits (12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: LL 003A. Rel: 10 Feb 20
International
  1. Carnaval Soca (Antal edit) (5:14)
  2. La Musique (Palms Trax edit) (5:20)
Review: Although not widely known, Daniel Dimbas's 1985 album "La Diferencia" is regarded in some circles as one of the greatest Caribbean zouk records of all time, and certainly the heaviest. Rush Hour co-founder Antal is a fan, and here heads-up a double A-side of fresh edits of key cuts from the sought-after set. First up Antal expertly rearranges "Carnaval Soca", delivering a warm, humid and sweaty interpretation rich in driving soca-disco grooves, punchy horns, heady harmony vocals and mazy, Zouk style analogue synthesizer solos. Palms Trax takes a similarly light-touch approach on his edit of the breezier and more sun-kissed "La Musique", occasionally opting for filter trickery on an otherwise traditional style scalpel edit.
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Teddy (7")
Cat: BB 45005. Rel: 12 Feb 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Teddy (Caserta's Rooftop mix) (4:50)
  2. Teddy (Caserta's Basement dub) (4:53)
Review: With Valentine's Day just around the corner, Caserta and the rest of the Bridge Boots crew have decided to offer-up something decidedly glassy-eyed and loved-up - specifically two fresh bootleg re-makes of Teddy Pendergass's 1978 Philadelphia Soul classic "When Somebody Loves You Back". The seven-inch singles boasts two distinctively different versions. On the A-side you'll find the "Rooftop Mix", a striped-back blend of dub disco and boogie in which Pendergrass's fine vocals rise above a rubbery bassline, colourful '80s soul synths and toe-tapping beats. Over on the B-side Caserta flips the script, layering selected snippets of Pendergrass's vocal over a deep, dark and bass-heavy house groove. It's sub-titled the "Basement Dub" and that's exactly what it is.
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Played by: JimmyTheTwin
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Fed With Lies (limited hand-numbered hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MTRONW 006. Rel: 21 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Programmed To Consume (6:27)
  2. Glass Tears (5:11)
  3. Body Count (6:04)
  4. Just A Ride (6:21)
Review: Cardopusher's latest release - the Barcelona-based artist's first for Mechatronica - is pleasingly retro-futurist in tone, building on the stylish fusions of EBM, industrial, new wave, acid and techno he's previously offered up on Dark Entries, Boysnoize, Dalmata Daniel and Super Rhythm Trax. Rooted in analogue hardware, the four tracks mix druggy, Nitzer Ebb style arpeggio basslines and clattering, sometimes jacking rhythm tracks with distant vocal samples and occasional hard-edged, mind-altering electronic motifs. It's all very muscular, forthright and dancefloor-focused, with the deliciously raw and druggy "Just A Ride" and soaring "Programmed To Consume" - all rising lead lines, big chords and bustling machine drums - standing out.
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Played by: Ali Renault
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Helfand EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AXS 3. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Deep House
  1. Mimis (5:15)
  2. Helfand (5:31)
  3. Adax_PCP (6:06)
  4. Scalex (4:42)
Review: The Axces label began last year with a split 12" from Kasper Marott and Alfredo92, and now the latter returns to the label he founded to present a full EP of interlocking electronics with an experimental, home-listening slant. "Mimis" centres around some wonderfully sculpted rhythms and a tasteful dose of dub processing, while "Helfand" takes things further out with dislocated machine chatter and bongo triggering that moves like electro without the 808 backbone. "Adax_PCP" is a crafty slice of crooked techno that plays out with a live, jammed vibe and a jazzy key refrain that brings some noticeable humanity into the track, and then "Scalex" completes the set with further synthetic wobbles around fractured rhythms that look beyond genre conventions to create something truly fresh.
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Cat: MEDI 117V. Rel: 06 Feb 20
Deep Dubstep
  1. Dread (Dubkasm dub 1) (4:02)
  2. Dread (Dubkasm dub 2) (4:24)
  3. Dread (Dubkasm dub 3) (4:17)
  4. Dread (Dubkasm dub 4) (4:22)
Review: Deep Medi Musik continues to be the leader of the deep dubstep sound after many years in the game. Kahn is now back on the label with new versions of "Dread" which was an absolute stone cold classic way back in 2012. The originally restrained and atmospheric track gets some much-celebrated Dubkasm treatment here and the results are then pressed to limited white label vinyl for the first time. All four versions bring the goodness despite them being heavier takes on the OG with plenty of fresh, fine warrior leads and effects added to the mix.
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303 606 EP (clear vinyl 12" + sticker)
Cat: 303606. Rel: 21 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Nighttrain (5:20)
  2. Side Black (6:04)
  3. Jam 0608 (5:45)
  4. Endless Delirium (5:28)
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Consumer Patterns (blue vinyl 12")
Cat: BP 056. Rel: 29 Jan 20
Techno
  1. Consumer Patterns (7:56)
  2. Social Acceptance (6:30)
  3. Weakness Of The System (5:51)
Review: Blueprint main man James Ruskin is back on his own mighty outlet with a fresh platter of searing techno. "Consumer Patterns" is built on drums that hammer so hard they could put a nail in your wall. The loopy synth lines that run through them add wonky brilliance, then "Social Acceptance" is pure anxiety inducing techno with unresolved loops sending you wild. "Weakness Of The System" is more through, with broken beat patterns and nagging chords suggesting a sense of loss and bring real melancholia to the dance floor.
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Cat: MOCCD 13866. Rel: 26 Feb 20
Funk
  1. Life Is A Dance
  2. I Know You, I Live You
  3. This Is My Night
  4. Eye To Eye
  5. Slow Dancin' (with Rick James)
  6. Fate
  7. I'm Every Woman
  8. One Million Kisses
  9. Ain't Nobody
  10. Clouds
  11. I Feel For You
 in stock $8.34
FORTHCOMING
Midnite EP
Midnite EP (12")
Cat: RS 030.
Deep House
  1. Midnite (feat Byron The Aquarius)
  2. Midnite (Hidden Spheres remix)
  3. Keep It Moving
  4. Longing For
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Cat: DANCETRAX 026. Rel: 18 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Usual Suspects (4:57)
  2. Usual Suspects (D Tiffany remix) (6:39)
  3. Folie A Dreamland (5:02)
  4. Folie A Dreamland (Jensen Interceptor remix) (5:48)
Review: For the 26th instalment in the label's Dance Trax series, Unknown To The Unknown boss DJ Haus has turned to Nite Fleit, a fast-rising producer who has previously showcased her rave-igniting talents on Planet Euphorique and Steel City Dance Discs. Here she offers up two weighty, thrill-a-minute new excursions: the thrusting and throbbing, EBM/acid/electro fusion of "Usual Suspects" and "Folie A Dreamland", an arpeggio-driven electro workout that's as raw and mind-melting as they come. Both tracks come accompanied by notable remixes. First D Tiffany pitches up "Usual Suspects" and turns it into a kind of braindance-meets-Nitzer Ebb smasher, before Jenson Interceptor delivers a harder and fuzzier electro interpretation of "Folie A Dreamland".
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Played by: Vincent Inc
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POD Records : 5 Years Part 2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: POD 021. Rel: 13 Jan 20
Deep House
  1. Chris Stussy - "Monday 8th" (6:11)
  2. DJOKO & T Jacques - "Directions" (5:17)
  3. Michael James - "Solstice" (6:39)
  4. Jamahr - "Underwater" (6:42)
Review: Politics Of Dancing continues celebrating its fifth anniversary with a cast of crucial house warriors keeping the flame burning bright. First up on this 12" is Chris Stussy, who whips up an especially funky concoction with the bubbling "Monday 8th", before DJOKO and T Jacques dub things out in style with the swirling but thumping "Directions". The ever-prolific Michael James appears on the B-side with "Solstice", a mystically tinged deep house bumper laden with zippy sound FX and sprinkled with subtly swung groove. Jamahr completes the set with "Underwater", a deep immersion bath of sound that edges towards classic techno while keeping the groove on the straight and narrow.
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Cat: BRK 66. Rel: 20 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Zone Dance (4:01)
  2. Astro Wandering (3:20)
  3. Upstairs Track (5:07)
  4. Arcturus VII (2:52)
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Cat: STILLATON 6. Rel: 20 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Depressurized (6:38)
  2. Vertigo (5:43)
  3. World Submerged (6:04)
  4. The Sixth Mass Extinction (7:33)
 in stock $9.14
Cat: WGVINYL 68. Rel: 19 Feb 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Electric Love (feat Irdorski) (6:07)
  2. Electric Love (feat Irdorski - Marvin & Guy Amplifier mix) (8:02)
  3. Technician On A Mission (7:46)
  4. City Boy (6:32)
 in stock $9.41
R&S
Cat: RS 1814. Rel: 05 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Pulsar (7:43)
  2. Oedo 808 (5:32)
  3. Blue Moon Tree (7:54)
Review: Lone is in a glassy-eyed and loved-up mood on this fourth instalment in his excellent "Ambivert Tools" series on R&S. We're particularly enjoying the lilting, soft-focus dreaminess of A-side "Pulsar", where swelling chords and poignant synth-strings sashay seductively between a densely layered, mid-tempo breakbeat groove. The long-serving producer ratchets up the energy on low-slung electro flipside "Oedo 808", another largely dreamy affair that boasts the twin attractions of raw acid style bass and ear-catching TR-808 drum machine cowbells. To finish things off, Lone serves up the EP's most blissfully loved-up moment, "Blue Moon Tree", whose bouncy pianos, fluttering vocal samples and languid chords sound like they were tailor-made for sunrise.
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How it Use To Be (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PPL 03. Rel: 27 Jan 20
UK Garage
  1. Danny J Lewis & Mike City - "I'm So 90's" (5:50)
  2. Marc Cotterell - "Jumpin' 94" (6:28)
Review: Garage house forever! Plastik People keep the fire burning like few others, and they press their intentions up clear as day with Danny J Lewis and Mike City's joyously catchy "I'm So 90s" with its sweet, soulful 'back in the 90s refrain'. It's sentimental and cheeky in equal measure, and the consummate garage house bumper from a label that do it so well. Marc Cotterell then pops up on the B side with "Jumpin '94", an organ soaked sizzler with delicious piano sprinkled on top and all the bump and flex you could wish for.
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