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Check The Rhime (reissue)
Check The Rhime (reissue) (limited 7" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: SSR 45001. Rel: 06 Aug 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Check The Rhime (3:35)
  2. Lyrics To Go (3:53)
Review: In 2019 sometime Star Creature producer Noam Ofir AKA Love's High adopted a new artistic alias, Soul Supreme, offering up a double header of boogie-fuelled hip-hop beats on Tugboat Edits' "Tugboat Editions" offshoot. This follow-up sees him successfully move further towards the jazzier end of the instrumental hip-hop spectrum. We're particularly enjoying A-side "Check The Rhime", a superb chunk of jazz-funk/instrumental hip-hop fusion rich in warm horn motifs, Roy Ayers style vibraphone riffs, deep Rhodes chords and bubbly electronic lead lines. That said, flip side "Lyrics To Go", where Offir utilises a well-known starry electric piano riff amongst his sonic arsenal, is also rather impressive and every bit as soul-soothing as its predecessor.
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Played by: Voodoocuts, Marc Hype
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Dino Soccio Edits
Dino Soccio Edits (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: RNT 052. Rel: 28 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Star Beaming (6:49)
  2. Fred's Groove (6:06)
  3. Laid Back (5:48)
  4. Forgot (6:16)
Review: Since he last appeared on Razor 'N' Tape six years ago via a digital-only debut single, Dino Soccio has built up quite a catalogue of re-edits, not to mention a reputation as one of the scene's more interesting editors. It's for this reason that we're not surprised that his return to Aaron Dae and J Kriv's rework imprint is so good. It sees him offer up a quartet of killer cut-jobs that bounce between sumptuous, string-laden, French language Afro-disco (the superb "Fred's Groove"), sparkling up-tempo disco-boogie brilliance (the awesome "Star Beaming"), languid deep disco warmth (the dubby, spaced-out goodness of "Laid Back") and ultra-sweet, reggae-influenced Afro-boogie heat (sublime closing cut "Forgot").
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Black & White
Black & White (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MATE 005. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. Javonntte - "Quantom"
  2. Javonntte - "Mr DJ"
  3. The Blaxploited Orchestra - "Ready To Go"
  4. The Blaxploited Orchestra - "Explicit"
Review: Spanish label Mate are back with more excellent house cuts from different corners of the scene. The endlessly prolific Javonntte is in control on the A side, sounding as iconic as ever with the rousing thump of "Quantom". "Mr DJ" is a more soulful track with a catchy vocal hook you'll be humming to yourself for weeks after hearing it. On the flipside, Simon Garcia's The Blaxploited Orchestra is in heavy edit mode on "Ready To Go", bringing a full-frequency funk and sizzling house drums to the fore with a classic sample or two. "Explicit" has a lower tempo, allowing even more space to sink into the pocket and feel the groove from start to finish.
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My Love Is Free/I Got My Mind Made Up (The Reflex Revisions)
  1. Double Exposure - "My Love Is Free" (The Reflex Revision) (8:13)
  2. Instant Funk - "I Got My Mind Made Up" (The Reflex Revision) (7:25)
Review: Salsoul is a label as iconic as they come and decades after establishing that reputation it continues to deal in only the most original house and disco heat. The Reflex is a famous king of the remix who here adds his own vital spin to two new revisions for Salsoul Records. The Frenchman first up takes on Double Exposure's "My Love Is Free" to craft a layered remix that builds with a sick guitar riff and warm bass. Then comes a re-edit and remix of "I Got My Mind Made Up" that has chunky percussion and punchy drums. All in all a worthy addition to any collection.
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The Niteflyte Jessie's Journey EP
Cat: FD 001. Rel: 28 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. Habano (10:57)
  2. The Definition (8:26)
  3. Niteflyte (Jessie's Journey) (8:20)
Review: Strictly Jaz Unit member and Glenn Underground collaborator Vick Lavender is enjoying a successful year, with this outing on the freshly minted Forbidden Dance label following excursions on Local Talk and Visions Inc. He starts in fine fashion via "Habano", a shuffling, soft-touch skip through Latin-fired deep house wonder rich in fluid vibraphone solos, layered beats, spacey synth doodles and squelchy synth bass. Over on side B, he first reaches for the Clavinet motifs, clattering timbales and intergalactic synth-chords on the jazz-funk/deep house fusion of "The Definition", before channelling the spirit of Ron Trent on the impeccably dreamy and positive closing cut, "NiteFlyte (Jessie's Journey)".
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Drifting Forwards EP
Drifting Forwards EP (140 gram vinyl 12" + insert & sticker)
Cat: WSR LF3. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Techno
  1. IZ 200 (6:09)
  2. Drifting Forwards (4:37)
  3. C Rota (6:45)
  4. Mondo (6:18)
Review: Well Street continues to be a hotbed of innovation in the cloudy climes of contemporary UK techno, with label mainstay Loop LF returning for his third EP. The record opens in subliminal style with the restrained, heavy-stepping sideswipe of "IZ 200" before melting into "Drifting Forwards," a richly dubbed-out dreamscape of clicking and popping percussion and sparkly chord drops with a purposeful swagger around the rhythm section. The B side kicks off with the nervy minimalist techno abstraction of "C Rota", where sound design plays a vital role alongside cyclical rhythms in creating a truly transcendent yet strikingly sparse sound. "Mondo" closes proceedings with one of the more forthright tunes on the record, following a strident if still proudly leftfield groove that captures a little '90s downtempo funk and gives it a cosmic, hi-def refit.
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Allegria De Vino Vol 2
Cat: MCWR 007. Rel: 29 Jul 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Sangiovese Sonata (3:02)
  2. Night Harvest (3:29)
  3. Rock Juice (4:11)
Review: Andres (aka DJ Dez) steps up to join the MotorCity Wine family in fine style with the Allegria de Vino series. For this 2 volume series Andres flexes his blunted downtempo beat-driven side, complete with his primo cut skills celebrating our favorite red, white, and pink libations. Both volumes feature 3 instrumental hip-hop beats, cut loud at 33.3 rpm, pressed with love at Archer on Detroit's east side, and housed in the MotorCity Wine company 7" jacket.
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Never Come Back (Four Tet/Morgan Geist remixes)
Never Come Back (Four Tet/Morgan Geist remixes) (limited 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: SLANG 50298. Rel: 31 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. Never Come Back (Four Tet remix) (7:57)
  2. Never Come Back (Morgan Geist remix) (7:25)
Review: When Caribou, Four Tet and Morgan Geist appear on the same 12", you know it's going to be huge. And it is. First up, Kieran Hebdan takes "Never Come Back" and warps the bass, builds plenty of tense percussive energy and layers in some sci-fi synths that take the track into the next dimension. It's epic, as is always the way with Hebden, and ripe for some rave reactions. Cult neo-disco innovator Morgan Geist does something completely different - his drums skip and ping, with a breathy and soul drenched vocal next to lush cosmic chords. It's bouncy, playful, brilliant.
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Allegria De Vino Vol 1
Cat: MCWR 006. Rel: 29 Jul 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Allegria De Vino (3:35)
  2. Bordeaux (part 1) (3:34)
  3. Gamay All Day (4:39)
Review: Andres (aka DJ Dez) steps up to join the MotorCity Wine family in fine style with the Allegria de Vino series. For this 2 volume series Andres flexes his blunted downtempo beat-driven side, complete with his primo cut skills celebrating our favorite red, white, and pink libations. Both volumes feature 3 instrumental hip-hop beats, cut loud at 33.3 rpm, pressed with love at Archer on Detroit's east side, and housed in the MotorCity Wine company 7" jacket.
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Never Come Back/Sister (Floating Points remixes)
Never Come Back/Sister (Floating Points remixes) (limited 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: SLANG 50299. Rel: 31 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. Never Come Back (Floating Points remix) (9:00)
  2. Sister (Floating Points remix) (7:07)
Review: Having already seen his synth-pop-meets-piano-house gem "Never Come Back" successfully remixed by Four Tet and Morgan Geist, Dan "Caribou" Snaith has now handed over the parts to Sam Shepherd AKA Floating Points. While those versions retained the core elements of Snaith's warm and ear-pleasing original mix, Shepherd has chosen to re-imagine it as the kind of positive, spacey, musically detailed and rushing late night deep house jam with which he originally made his name a decade ago. It has serious sub-bass weight, too, and is one of his most impressive club-focused outings for some time. It's worth buying the 12" for that mix alone, but his wonderfully deep, sub-heavy, garage-influenced rework of another "Suddenly" album track, "Sister", is also superb. In other words, you need this in your life.
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Zulu War Chant
Zulu War Chant (7" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: 5BB 023. Rel: 31 Jul 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Timezone - "Zulu War Chant" (4:10)
  2. Betty Wright - "Clean Up Woman" (2:46)
Review: The 5 Borough Breaks series has long been a good way of acquiring killer cuts that have some way played a part in the ongoing evolution of hip-hop culture in New York City. The hush-hush label's latest release boasts the full version of Betty Wright's head-nodding soul classic "Clean Up Woman", which boasts a breakbeat that has been sampled on scores of killer rap jams. On the A-side you'll find something a little less well-known: "Zulu War Chant", a 1992 cut by the Afrika Bambaataa and Rusty Egan-helmed Time Zone crew. It samples the familiar groove from "Clean Up Woman", adding a swathe of well known rapped and sung vocal samples and a hard-spun hip-hop beat.
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Ecstasy
Ecstasy (limited blue vinyl 12")
Cat: 720516. Rel: 31 Jul 20
Funky/Club House
  1. Ecstasy (5:04)
  2. Tondo (5:33)
  3. Expressing What Matters (4:20)
  4. Etran (5:09)
  5. Get Close (3:59)
Review: While many of Disclosure's EPs have tended to focus on festival-ready and radio-friendly numbers, "Ecstasy" has both eyes firmly on club dancefloors. Proof arrives via the surging title track, a filter-sporting bumper that offers distinctive nods towards late '90s "French Touch" house and Basement Jazz's superior early work, and the gleefully Afro-disco-flavoured Echo Roosevelt collaboration that follows, stomping summer anthem "Tondo". Elsewhere, they cannily turn Boz Scraggs' blue-eyed soul classic "Lowdown" into a loose-limbed, rubbery house workout on "Expressing What Matters", serve up some chant-along Afro-house hedonism ("Etran") and keep fans of their usual bass-heavy big room flavours happy via wonky closer "Get Close".
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Disco Fruit Sampler 01
Disco Fruit Sampler 01 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DFV 012. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Hotmood - "I Love To Boogie" (6:00)
  2. Evil Smarty - "The Groove To Make You Dance" (5:52)
  3. Mitiko - "What Have You Done For Me" (6:04)
  4. Loshmi - "Soul Food" (5:55)
Review: When you need the brightest, boldest takes on the disco edit tradition, look no further than Disco Fruit. The label's inexhaustible resources for peak party material continue in style with this sampler 12", which brings together four different artists with their own foolproof recipes for a damn good time. Hotmood takes no prisoners in laying down a delicious disco groove on "I Love To Boogie", while Evil Smarty loops up the funk to perfection on "The Groove To Make You Dance". Mitiko takes on a timeless classic with "What Have You Done For Me", focusing on the heavy new jack swing beat of the source material to create a new club banger. Loshmi rounds the record out with "Soul Food", a mellower offering but still holding down a groove for those more seductive moments.
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Sons Of Ethiopia
Sons Of Ethiopia (limited LP + booklet) (1 per customer)
Cat: FRB 007. Rel: 30 Jul 20
Funk
  1. Anhi Bale Game (5:16)
  2. Bhta's Highlife (6:02)
  3. Tez Alegn Yetintu (7:52)
  4. Kalatashew Waga (5:28)
  5. Wed Enate (4:56)
  6. Samba Shegitu (4:40)
  7. Astwesalehu (5:27)
Review: Admas' debut album, Sons of Ethopia, is probably best known for "Kalatashew Waga", a polyrhythm-fuelled chunk of melodious synthesizer funk that was memorably remixed by Andras Fox back in 2015. Here, the in-demand album gets an official reissue for the first time since it first appeared on the obscure African Heritage Records label way back in 1984. The band's unique blend of styles and instruments - think synthesizer-heavy instrumental boogie, electronic Afro-beat, dewy-eyed AOR soul and cheery highlife - remains as alluring and surprising as ever. Given that original copies are almost impossible to find, this is a much-needed reissue.
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NFRV 005
NFRV 005 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NFRV 005. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. N-You-Up - "Vibin" (Saison remix) (6:44)
  2. Saison - "One Day" (7:15)
  3. N-You-Up - "Jazz Bar" (Saison remix) (5:56)
  4. Saison - "Sazerac" (6:21)
Review: Saison are back on their own No Fuss label with more crisp and sweet deep house for those who like it classic. The A side opens up with an energizing sure shot as Saison remix French house head N-You-Up, before they turn in the equally infectious and uplifting "One Day". N-You-Up get another treatment on the flip, as "Jazz Bar" gets snazzed up with a classy gloss of sophisticated house suitable for the smart-casual crowd as well as the party people up front. Saison's own "Sazerac" rounds the record out in fine jacking form, with plenty of soulful licks and jazzy twists woven in between the beats.




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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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MTN 45
MTN 45 (12")
Cat: MTN 45. Rel: 28 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. US Lover (8:37)
  2. Hysteric Glamour (3:52)
  3. Marabou (5:13)
Review: London's longest-running re-edit imprint returns to action, and fittingly it's label co-founder Diesel at the controls (albeit with fellow founder and old pal Dave Jarvis adding input via an "Executive Producer" role). A-side "US Lover" is simply superb: a blue-eyed, turn-of-the-80s AOR disco gem laden with heady horns, squelchy synth bass, swirling strings and heady harmonica solos. The Balearic disco fun continues on the flip, where the bleep-laden bluesy disco number "Hysteric Glamour" comes accompanied by the sunny, synth-laden instrumental disco oddity that is "Marabou". Deep cuts, subtly tweaked for extended dancefloor pressure: what more could any disco lover desire?
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CB 015
CB 015 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CB 015. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. TIJN - "Maybe" (8:04)
  2. Michael James & Benjamin Joseph - "The Island" (7:53)
  3. Nick Beringer - "Nyx" (5:52)
  4. Pascal Benjamin - "Falkhill" (6:32)
Review: The next airdrop from the good ship Constant Black is a various artists affair with four tracks from four artists guaranteed to find a home in your extended micro sesh. Pascal Benjamin takes the lead with "Falkhill", locking into a Romanian-flavoured minimal breaks formation that rolls in resplendent fashion with a particularly choice vocal lick from an undisclosed RnB track. Michael James and Benjamin Joseph nudge the pitch fader up and dial in the swing for the decidedly funky wiggler "The Island", and TIJN keeps things bumping but works in some sharper drum sounds for the tough but bouncy "Maybe". Nick Beringer finishes the record off with the chunky funk of "Nyx", calling to mind Mike Shannon amongst others.
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Botanic Minds Sunset Series
Botanic Minds Sunset Series (limted 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BMSS 008. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track001A (8:04)
  2. Track002A (Lizz remix) (8:00)
  3. Track001B (8:18)
  4. Track002B (Barut remix) (7:47)
Review: The mystery of the Botanic Minds Sunset Series continues to unfold with another bout of surreal and sensual club tracks that balance tweaked minimalism with a warm and hazy atmosphere. "Track001A" is packed with intricate rhythmic interplay, but it's the fluttering guitar licks and displaced vocals that give the piece its unique vibe. "Track002A" is a remix credited to Eastenderz regular Lizz, and it's a particularly spellbinding jam shaped out with lingering chords and a wistful mood. "Track001B" hunkers down around a low, throbbing bassline, but there's some sweet keys hovering up top to keep things from getting too dark. Barut is on hand with a remix for "Track002B", where trancey undercurrents meet with expansive piano and ethereal ambient swells, all strapped to a sturdy minimal house groove.
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Nuances De Nuit Vol 4
Nuances De Nuit Vol 4 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NUIT 004. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Liquid Earth - "X-Form" (6:54)
  2. Huerta - "Legwork" (5:19)
  3. DJOKO - "Copyrighted" (5:55)
  4. T Jacques - "Voyetra" (6:18)
Review: The latest collection of wayward floor heaters from Nuances De Nuit takes us once more into a colourful headspace where the possibilities are wide open to make house music with personality. Californian shining star Liquid Earth is up first, although he's better known as Urulu. 'X-Form' is a bubbling metropolis of futuristic synth squiggles with starry-eyed wonder in its heart and vintage techno smarts up top. Huerta follows up that sterling start with the enchanting electro incantations of 'Legwork', which build wonderfully on the sound laid out on his recent debut album for Voyage Recordings. On the flip, DJOKO brings a smart shuffle and some shimmering synth work to the forefront for a seriously smart twist on the tech house template, while T. Jacques opts for space age machine funk with a splash of boogie poured in for good measure.
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El Ray Del Boogaloo
El Ray Del Boogaloo (limited transparent blue vinyl 7")
Cat: LGF 706BLUE. Rel: 30 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. The Rebel - "El Ray Del Boogaloo" (3:31)
  2. Pablo Ruiz - "Que Se Sepa"
Review: Lego Funk are back with more of their big chunks of funk, with DJ Choice reworking a brace of Latin cuts for this fiery 7". The a-side is Pablo Ruiz's reflip of Roberto Roena's 1974 salsa-influenced number "Que Se Sepa" as sampled by Ugly Duckling on "Let It Go". It's extended from front to back, with extra drums and perc beefing things up. The Rebel DJ's monster re-rub of Ray Barretto's already monster Latin boogaloo funk original "Right On" then takes care of the flip, with plenty of Latin heat and big wind sounds all pumping those sunny grooves.
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The Mexican (reissue)
Cat: S71 3351. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Funk
  1. The Mexican (5:47)
  2. Theme From 'For A Few Dollars More' (2:17)
Review: Given the recent passing of Ennio Morricone, it seems fitting that we're being treated to a reissue of Babe Ruth's "The Mexican", a scorching funk-rock number based on the late, great Italian composer's theme from "For A Few Dollars More". The band's cover of that can be heard on the B-side, but it's the five-minute A-side, which boasts lyrics calling out the misleading narrative of John Wayne western "The Alamo", that you need in your life. Full of killer funk breaks that became staples during hip-hop's foundational block party era, plus driving musicality and some of rap music's best-known hooks, the track is still capable of slaying dancefloors 47 years after it was first recorded.
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WKO
WKO (12")
Cat: NS 25. Rel: 29 Jul 20
Techno
  1. WKO (10:06)
  2. Jackson Heights (7:59)
Review: Released to mark the tenth birthday of his Novel Sound label, Levon Vincent's latest 12" boasts one of his most talked-about secret weapons, "WKO", a track he famously included on a Resident Advisor podcast a few years back and has been a staple of his sets ever since. It's a real late night treat: a loopy chunk of slack-tuned techno looseness that sees the acclaimed producer pepper a lolloping, cymbal-heavy beat with quietly spacey synth stabs, progressively more intense additional percussion and some woozy late night sounds. B-side "Jackson Heights" is a deeper and more sanguine affair, with deep, dubbed-out bass and quiet melodies riding a locked-in drum machine groove.
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Boogie With Your Baby
  1. Willi J & Co - "Boogie With Your Baby" (3:43)
  2. Rare Function - "Disco Function" (4:27)
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Ultra Flava (remixes)
Cat: DFTD 601. Rel: 29 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. Ultra Flava (David Penn remix) (7:05)
  2. Ultra Flava (2016 version) (8:11)
  3. Ultra Flava (Darius Syrossian Full Pressure remix) (7:24)
  4. Ultra Flava (Low Steppa & Johan S remix) (5:31)
Review: Back in the 980s everything Pete Heller and Terry Farley touched turned to go. So much so that ensuing generations continue to connect with their work and now Defected invite a wealth of new school producers to add their own spin to the huge "Ultra Flava". David Penn goes for a hands in the air, festival version, a 2016 version from the artists themselves gets more twisted but keeps its vibes 90s bassline in tact, then Darius Syrossian goes harder and faster with his sweaty rework. Low Steppa & Johan S go for a thoroughly modern rework with shuffling drums.
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Attack Of The Chicago Boogie
Attack Of The Chicago Boogie (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: SC 1227. Rel: 30 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Andrew Kitchen - "Attack Of The Boogie" (TZ & Hersh edit) (6:46)
  2. J Parker Band - "Live Lady" (TZ edit) (5:08)
  3. Mister - "I Wanna Thank You" (4:50)
  4. Henrietta Thomas - "I Want You (Right Now)" (4:45)
Review: We're used to Star Creature offering up authentically synth-heavy nu-boogie gems, but here they change tack with a little help from Chicago's Boogie Munster Crew. "Attack of The Chicago Boogie" sees them gather together some ridiculously rare private press gems originally recorded by Windy City musicians during the boogie and electrofunk era. They first offer up a fresh TJ & Hirsch re-edit of Andrew Kitchen's thrillingly squelchy and spacey "Attack of the Boogie", before TZ goes solo to rearrange J Parker Brown's deeper, warmer and more soulful lo-fi synth boogie treat "Live Lady". Over on the flip, Mister's "I Wanna Thank You" is a glossy, horn-sporting slab of polished boogie brilliance, while Henrietta Brown's "I Want You (Right Now)" is a bustling and up-tempo affair heavily influenced by jazz-funk.
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Deeper EP (remastered)
Deeper EP (remastered) (limited 12")
Cat: 267WS 69133. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. Milano Bossa (4:52)
  2. Welcome Home (live mix) (6:41)
  3. Na Na's Waltz (6:18)
  4. Send My Love (4:52)
Review: Those with long memories might just about remember the early noughties work of Aqua Bassino, the pseudonym of choice for Edinburgh producer Jason Robertson. During that period he released a string of dreamy, atmospheric and thoroughly luxurious deep house EPs on F Communications, the best of which has now been reissued as part of the Parisian label's 25th anniversary celebrations. Check first the drowsy chords, fluid piano solos, undulating bass and Latin-tinged grooves of "Milano Bossa", before admiring the trumpet-laden, St Germain style brilliance of "Welcome Home (Live Mix)". Elsewhere, "Send My Love On" is a sunnier slice of dreamy deep house warmth, while the impeccable "Na Na's Waltz" is a poignant chunk of downtempo piano jazz that many (rightly) consider to be a chill-out classic.
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Peace Of Mind EP
Peace Of Mind EP (hand-stamped 12" repress)
Cat: XDSR 5. Rel: 30 Jul 20
Techno
  1. Peace Of Mind (Electrosoul)
  2. Tone
  3. Contact
  4. Signifier
Review: Chuck 'em in a black bag and give 'em a blotchy stamp. That's Delsin's modus operandi when it comes to re-releasing their favourite older material. And following their re-up of Son.Sine's beautiful Upekah 12", Claro Intelecto's first ever release makes its way on to the prominent Dutch label, a solid decade after it was first released on the now defunct Ai Records. For that 'must have' feeling "Tone" is the track you want to hear first; a gnarly acid work out of Drexciya-influenced techno that's been dragged through the mud and sounds all the better for it. Before that though there's a deeper and electro-leaning "Peace Of Mind (Electosoul)", and while "Signifier" mirrors it somewhat, it's deep house that's pure as the driven snow. And if you needed any more proof that Intelecto is the master of a phat-bassline, look no further than "Contact".
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Go Bang!
Go Bang! (12")
Cat: SLX 0FRESEPAB. Rel: 29 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Dinosaur L - "Go Bang" (Danny Krivit edit Of Walter Gibbons remix) (8:55)
  2. Hanson & Davis - "I'll Take You On" (Danny Krivit edit Of Larry Levan remix) (5:27)
Review: Dinosaur L's "Go Bang" is an enduring classic from the golden period when house and disco mixed freely. It was hammered at Paradise Garage and has been re-edited many times. Next up to have a go on Arthur Russell's Sleeping Bag is Danny Krivit who edits Walter Gibbons's remix. The drums are snappy, the groove urgent, the funk very real. ON the flip, Krivit tackles an edit of a Larry Levon remix of Hanson & Davis - "I'll Take You On". It is loose, with tumbling drums and tooting arps next to the shiny, soraing vocals. Classic stuff.
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If It Ain't Jazz Vol 2
Cat: IIAJ 002. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Chicago (7:16)
  2. Spinnin (7:41)
Review: The second release from the newly emerging If It Ain't Jazz label comes from Swedish producer Opolopo. For this one he takes two classics from the jazz-disco world and adds his own distinctive spins. The results soar into the stratosphere on golden chords and humid pads, funky drums and gliding grooves. Both are timeless reworks that will do plenty of damage on a wide range of dance floors. This marks another noteworthy release for this small but well formed label.
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Mvinline
Mvinline (12")
Cat: DFTD 605. Rel: 29 Jul 20
Techno
  1. Mvinline (extended mix) (5:15)
  2. Mvinline Svn (5:26)
  3. Tomfvm (5:26)
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Default: Various Artists
Default: Various Artists (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DFLT 003. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Exander - "Enigma" (7:12)
  2. Chad Andrew - "Elemental" (7:31)
  3. Cerec - "Shinobi" (7:28)
  4. Avidel - "Aguamenti" (8:05)
Review: Default strides with confidence into its third release with a cast of underground operators orbiting what might once have been called the minimal scene. Label boss Exander is up first with the warm and throbbing "Enigma", while Chad Andrew makes a welcome return after many years of silence with the smooth and undulating "Elemental". Cerec gets a little bouncy and trippy with the melodically adventurous "Shinobi", and Avidel keeps things neat and tidy with the pitter-patter percussion and pin-point lead lines of "Aguamenti". If you're seeking out refined, musical tech house suited to extended dancefloor sessions, this is just the record for you.
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Paralysis
Paralysis (12" + booklet)
Cat: DE 274. Rel: 31 Jul 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Paralysis (4:31)
  2. ACC (2:15)
  3. GBD (5:00)
  4. Track 4 (4:04)
  5. Ugly Talk (7:11)
Review: Robert Rental is an artist as influential as he is overlooked. An anchor of the early British DIY and post-punk scene, his name is most frequently uttered alongside illustrious collaborators such as Thomas Leer and Daniel Miller. Dark Entries and Optimo ally to illuminate some of Rental's early solo works with an expanded reissue of his debut 7" Paralysis /A.C.C.. Both labels have previously excavated Rental's catalog; we reissued the collaborative LP with Glenn Wallis in 2017, and Optimo released a collection of demos in 2018.
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Sever The Ties
Sever The Ties (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PSR 006. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Techno
  1. Disrupted (6:17)
  2. The Lesson (6:53)
  3. Empty Handed (Cold mix) (5:36)
  4. Flipping Switches (5:24)
  5. Fragmentary World (6:38)
  6. Fragmentary World (Vapauteen remix) (6:15)
Review: Having cut his teeth with some devilishly deviant drops on Primitive Languages, Lost Soul Enterprises and others, New York's R Gamble returns with a stunning mini-album for Public System that brings his canny twist on minimal wave and EBM to wax for the first time in years. As well as being a dab hand at programming his boxes to impart his ghoulish bangers, what sets Gamble apart is his sense of composition, making proper ear-snagging songs with structures and narrative. Marrying that accomplished approach with the clamour of his production style, and you've got yourself a slice of '80s inspired creepiness that's a cut above the rest.
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Senator Bongwater vs Seafoam
Cat: LMK 004. Rel: 30 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Seafoam - "Machines" (5:34)
  2. Seafoam - "Fort A" (7:27)
  3. Senator Bongwater - "Spastic Orgasmic" (6:33)
  4. Senator Bongwater - "Zoot Trooper" (6:52)
Review: This superb split from Lemak gently sweeps you off your feet with the delicate percussion and airy pads of "Machines." by Seafoam, real name Brian Cavender. He's an artist with a back cat dating to the late nighties and including credits on Guidance, so oozes authenticity. His second offering "Fort A" is more techno leaning, with scintillating percussion and marching laser synths. Senator Bongwater is Urulu, aka Taylor Freels, aka Liquid Earth, a real master of minimal house and tech whatever alias he assumes. "Spastic Orgasmic" is another spaced out tech trip, while "Zoot Trooper" is a flurry of fantastic astral breaks.
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Tuff Cut #08
Tuff Cut #08 (12" repress)
Cat: TUFF 008. Rel: 30 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Go For That (7:24)
  2. Heard It (6:51)
  3. Dreams (6:23)
  4. Startin' Somethin' (7:45)
Review: There's no secret to the success of Late Nite Tuff Guy's long-running Tuff Cuts series. Buyers have simply responded to the consistency of the Australian producer's approach, and the quality of loopy, house-friendly re-edits. This eighth volume features more party-starting fare, from the glassy-eyed extended breakdown of "Go For That" (yep, a Hall & Oates rework) and soft-touch house take on Marvin Gaye ("Heard It"), to the end-of-night bliss of "Dreams", a decidedly warm and rolling rearrangement of the famous Fleetwood Mac cut of the same name. As if that wasn't enough bangers in one place, he finishes with a triumphant rework of disco-era Michael Jackson ("Starting Something").
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Try It Out
Cat: SC 7048. Rel: 30 Jul 20
International
  1. Try It Out (4:59)
  2. Out Of Control (5:03)
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The Way You Feel
R&S
Cat: RS 2006. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Lone X Kettama - "The Way You Feel" (4:31)
  2. Kettama - "Anniversary" (4:28)
  3. Lone - "Dragonrush" (5:55)
Review: Here's something to celebrate: a surprise joint EP from R&S regular Lone - a producer now best known for the colourful feel if his shimmering, retro-futurist workouts -and sometime Shall Not Fade contributor Kettama (real name Evan Campbell). Collaborative cut "The Way That You Feel" genuinely fuses the best of both producer's styles, with kaleidoscopic, neon-lit synth stabs and bubbly, eyes-closed electronic lead lines riding a busy bassline and 130 BPM techno drums that seem to fizz as much as they bang. They also contribute a solo track apiece. Kettama's "Anniversary" wraps gorgeous chords and restless, organ style melodies around a simple but effective groove, while Lone's "Dragonrush" is a rave-ready attack on the senses inspired by 1992 style hardcore hedonism.
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Rave Hop
Rave Hop (2xLP)
Cat: HYPELP 017. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Breakbeat
  1. Deep Tapes (4:22)
  2. Come Now (4:14)
  3. Hot Fingers (4:42)
  4. No Competition (4:32)
  5. Session (3:05)
  6. Styles (3:37)
  7. Attention (3:40)
  8. Brain Rush (3:16)
  9. Sikker Beats (4:00)
  10. All Night (4:12)
  11. Power Blast (3:11)
  12. Thu R Ears (3:48)
  13. Lover (4:16)
  14. Chill (3:37)
  15. Music (3:49)
Review: Luke Vibert is an ever green sonic inventor who can do whatever he pleases with sound. The latest in a long line of projects with Hypercolour and its associated labels is another gem: Rave Hop mixes up downtempo beats, hip hop and r&b with twisted electronics, rave and techno. It's something that could go horribly wrong in the hands of a lesser producer, but here the fusions are amazingly seamless. "No Competition" is a classic era boom bap tune with lush piano chords, "Styles" sounds like a reworked Slick Rick tune with huge breakbeats and "All Night" is as smooth as silk thanks to a buttery vocals and long legged drums that sink you in deep.
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Times Of Change
Cat: 4EVR 005. Rel: 29 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. Times Of Change (feat De'Sean Jones) (7:29)
  2. Move 4WRD (feat Britt Frappier) (5:23)
  3. Beautifully Equipped (6:13)
  4. Troopcafe (6:13)
Review: Producer and keyboardist Jon Dixon lands on his own 4EVA 4WRD label with some timeless house tracks that bring all his majestic melodic skills to the fore. "Times Of Change" (feat De'Sean Jones) is a mellifluous, comically minded cut with a fantastic lead sax and bubbly chords, and "Move 4WRD" (feat Britt Frappier) then gets more fluttering and percussive, with flappy hits and dreamy vocals making for a light and airy groove. There are dancing synths and lush astral colours on "Beautifully Equipped" but closer "Troopcafe" might be the best of the lot with its deft, arching pads and shimmering broken beats.
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Deep Cover 5
Deep Cover 5 (hand-numbered 12" + insert limited to 300 copies)
Cat: DEEPCOVER 5. Rel: 29 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. What Edit Is This? (6:30)
  2. No Gas (7:01)
Review: Since launching a few years back, Deep Cover has proved to be one of the most interesting, eccentric and leftfield re-edit imprints). The label's latest essential missive sees Alexis Le Tan don the easy-to-spot Alexis Le Fan alias to deliver two vital re-rubs. On side A, the French producer and editor has his wicked way with a vintage Perfect Zebras track, expertly extending and rearranging the post-punk, new wave synth-pop cut to make greater use of the original's squally horns, bubbly bass and drowsy vocals. Over on the flip he delivers a fine rub of a squelchy, Clarinet-laden number from the early '80s that sounds like it might be Middle Eastern in origin (but, of course, may not be). Either way, it's an eccentric, oddball treat.
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House Nation Under A Groove
Cat: CHR 103. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Funky/Club House
  1. House Nation Under A Groove
  2. It's Time To Jack
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Gradual Blending
Gradual Blending (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: WUBC 2. Rel: 31 Jul 20
Techno
  1. Gradual Blending (5:23)
  2. Evolutionary Decay (5:52)
  3. Natural Resources (5:16)
Review: Spanish techno legend Oscar Mulero presents the second installment of Warm Up's limited edition Bandcamp Vinyl series, with three straight up techno tools from a true master of the craft. On 'WUBC 2', feel the mental overdrive of A-side cut "Gradual Blending" which will punish you with its relentless groove, go deeper into the later hours with the more restrained B-side offerings like the hypnotic and strobe-lit gallop of "Evolutionary Decay" or the Millsian majesty of "Natural Resources". Best described by the label itself as 'merciless techno designed to shake minds and feet.'
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It's Not Fair To Me
Cat: CBLL 030. Rel: 31 Jul 20
Funk
  1. It's Not Fair To Me (Acetate version Restored & remastered Atlantic Recording Sessions New York 12/26/1967) (2:16)
  2. It's Not Fair To Me (version) (2:18)
  3. It's Not Fair To Me (instrumental) (2:19)
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Apache (reissue)
Apache (reissue) (7" repress)
Cat: UR 73807. Rel: 07 Aug 20
Funk
  1. Apache (4:56)
  2. Bongo Rock (2:38)
Review: Back in 2011, Shawn Lee recorded an album in tribute to the legendary Incredible Bongo Band - whose extra-percussive cuts and cover versions played a key role in the early development of hip-hop - under the name the Incredible Tabla Band. Here, two of the more sought-after cuts from the hard-to-find set appear on seven-inch for the first time. Lee's take on "Apache", in which Indian instrumentation, Hammond organ licks and a touch of psych-rock fuzziness are thrown into the mix with incendiary results - is a guaranteed dancefloor hit. That said, his "Tabla Rock" take on "Bongo Rock" is arguably even better, and certainly a little more revolutionary in terms of the sounds you hear. It's naturally rooted in bongo and tabla-powered funk, but attractively veers off script at key moments.
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White Line Sunrise II
White Line Sunrise II (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: ERS 037. Rel: 20 Jul 20
Techno
  1. White Line Sunrise II (3:05)
  2. Robinson College 10 (5:26)
  3. A Dim & Distant Past (6:09)
  4. Bounc Erec (9:44)
  5. The Weber Traum Boat (part 3) (1:38)
  6. Sada Lost Theme (4:45)
  7. Oriental X0X-Press (Bassmix edit) (6:35)
  8. Ichi (3:08)
  9. The Clock House (part 2) (5:54)
  10. CS (6x8) (7:05)
  11. Roland Corp Labs 05 (edit) (1:32)
  12. Nemesis '01 (7:05)
Review: Roy Of The Ravers may be best known for his lysergic rave pelters, but there's always been a hint of grandiose melancholy in his synth work that suggested there was more to the machine botherer than tear-out acid beats. Emotional Response worked with the artist in trawling through a vast archive of material recorded between 1997 and 2017, rescued from hard drives once thought lost, and now gathered as a compelling ambient release with the full fat hardware veneer of Roy's work to date, but coming from a more reflective angle. From cathedral-quaking drones to deeply submerged aquatic excursions, this album has plenty to draw you into the inner world of an acid hero.
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Tropical Disco Records Vol 18
Tropical Disco Records Vol 18 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: TDISCO 018. Rel: 21 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Javi Frias - "Push Me" (5:43)
  2. Hurlee - "Brasilia" (6:15)
  3. Fun Kool - "Jam Now" (feat Eruptia & Anna Dee Tee) (5:29)
  4. Brothers In Arts - "What's Wrong" (6:56)
Review: When sourcing material, the prolific Tropical Disco edits and rework series has largely relied on a small handful of reliable producers, most notably Sartorial and Moodena. Significantly, neither are present on this action-packed four-tracker, with the imprint instead showcasing the work of some genuine rising stars. Javi Frias kicks things off in fine style via the gently beefed-up, low-down disco-funk sleaze of "Push Me", before Hurlee adds a humid South American twist via the carnival-friendly hedonism of "Brasilia". Over on the flip, Fun Kool aims for arms-aloft peak-time disco perfection on EP highlight "Jam Now", while Brothers In Arts' "What's Wrong" is a filter-sporting slab of weighty disco-house goodness.
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45s Collection
45s Collection (double 7")
Cat: DYNAM 7070/7071. Rel: 24 Jul 20
Funk
  1. C'mon Children (3:09)
  2. Bad Tune (4:41)
  3. Help Somebody (4:05)
  4. Moment Of Truth (3:11)
Review: Dynamite Cuts' latest extra-special double "45" mines ones of the earliest albums from soul and funk legends Earth, Wind & Fire, a 1971 set that was notably more psychedelic in sound than many of their more celebrated later releases. Opener "C'mon Children" is fiery, weighty and driving in the style of San Francisco funk-rock heavyweights "Tower of Power", while "Bad Tune" more than lives up to its title in a "bad meaning good" way (it also includes some crazy solos, which is no bad thing). Over on disc two, "Help Somebody" is an insanely up-tempo, horn-heavy Boogaloo style romp, while "Momet of Truth" is a low-down funk number straight out of the top drawer.
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Hypnotized
Hypnotized (12" + sticker)
Cat: SWEATSV 009. Rel: 21 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Hypnotized (extended mix) (5:48)
  2. Hypnotized (Roosevelt remix) (5:21)
  3. Hypnotized (Loods remix) (5:11)
Review: German nu-disco don Purple Disco Machine has been phenomenally successful in recent years, and there's every chance that this single - a collaboration with little-known British indie band Sophie & The Giants - will raise his profile even more. "Hypnotized" certainly sounds like it has serious crossover potential. In its original "Extended Mix Form", the track is an attractive chunk of radio-friendly mid-tempo nu-disco/80s AM radio synth-pop fusion that comes complete with a catchy, sing-along chorus. Roosevelt smartly gives the track a little more organic disco warmth whilst retaining the prettiness of Purple Disco Machine's original synths, while Loods aims for hands-in-the-air peak-time bliss on a cheery retro-futurist big room house take.
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Sittin' On It
Cat: AOTNLP 034D. Rel: 23 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Sha-Na-Na (5:16)
  2. All My Love For You (4:47)
  3. I Need Your Love (5:20)
  4. Waiting For A Sign (4:39)
  5. Sitttin' On It (6:51)
  6. Strung Out On Your Love (7:00)
  7. I Need You Baby (4:16)
  8. Answer (3:12)
Review: Floridian modern soul band Rivage recorded just one single and a sole album during their early '80s heyday, and both are apparently amongst Athens of the North boss Euan Fryer's favourite records of all time. It makes sense then that he has decided to reissue their album, "Sittin' On It" - an ultra-rare affair from 1981 that is here presented for the first time with an alternative photo cover (apparently the band hated the original cover). There's plenty to get the juices flowing across the eight tracks, with our highlights including "Sha Na Na", a punchy call for "soul for the people" blessed with brilliant horn arrangements, the Clavinet-sporting disco-funk cheeriness of "I Need Your Love", the deliciously celebratory title track and sweet, flute-laden closer "Strung Out On Your Love".
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