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Cat: DET 313. Rel: 08 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Pimping People In High Places (Woodword Ave alternative mix) (6:50)
  2. The Medusa Touch (6:52)
Review: Gary Martin is well known for his unique productions and his label Teknotika is surely a classic coming out of the famous motor city. This special 10" holds two sought after tracks that were found on a lost DAT tape by Yossi Amoyal and Gary Martin himself. On the A side we have a long time secret weapon, it's a hypnotic groove that was heard on many classic sets, Zip and Ben Klock to name a few. An extremely insane, hard to find Gigi Galaxy track that was changing hands for silly prices is on the B side, for those who know... massive release!
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 in stock $8.86
Ripgroove (Fixate remix) (1-sided 140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FLAKE 045. Rel: 15 Jul 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Ripgroove (Fixate remix) (5:10)
Review: If ever there was a record that warranted a one-track single-sided pressing, it would be this one. The legend of this track harks back to the golden years of dubplate culture, when a track's infamy could be felt months before it dropped. Sherelle lay waste to the place when she dropped Fixate's utterly devilish bootleg of Double 99's timeless garage classic "Ripgroove," which artfully nudges the track back into the rudest jungle styles the original made such good use of. It had to get an official pressing, and who better than original label Ice Cream Records to do the business? This one is going to fly out, so don't hang around.



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Unbelievable (7" limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: TIC 005. Rel: 30 Jul 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Unbelievable (Rap mix) (3:49)
  2. Unbelievable (instrumental mix) (3:51)
 in stock $10.38
Lotus 72 D (reissue) (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: MRB 7156. Rel: 26 Jun 19
International
  1. Lotus 72 D (3:17)
  2. Lotus 72 D (fast) (3:03)
Review: Since its release in 1973, Ze Roberto's debut single "Lotus 72 D" has become something of an in-demand item amongst collectors of soul-fired Brazilian "MPB". So much so, in fact, that Mr Bongo has licensed it and served up this 7" reissue. In its original A-side form, the track is a carnival-ready slab of samba-soul brilliance rich in razor-sharp horn blasts, rich bass guitar, punchy hand-percussion and twinkling jazz piano solos. Roberto's confident vocals take centre stage, inviting us towards the dancefloor. Over on the flip you'll find a "Fast Version" of Roberto's tribute to 1972 Formula 1 champ Emerson Fittipaldi. This has a slightly more dancefloor-centric tempo, an effect achieved when it was accidentally pitched up for inclusion on a 2001 compilation.
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Abraxas (12")
Cat: ASTRO 02. Rel: 26 Jul 19
Breakbeat
  1. Abraxas (6:46)
  2. Young Star Cluster (6:00)
  3. How Can You Tell (6:30)
Review: Earlier in the year Lone launched the Ancient Astronauts imprint via a single-track digital single that wrapped his usual sun-soaked electronics and kaleidoscopic synthesizer melodies around a ridiculously rubbery bassline and crunchy, club-ready breakbeats. Here he offers up the label's first vinyl EP, a three-track missive that's as loved-up as you'd expect. Check first "How Can You Tell", an ultra-deep, dreamy and rushing chunk of deep jungle revivalism full of psychedelic acid lines, slack-tuned breakbeats, yearning chords and bowel-bothering sub-bass. Equally as impressive is A-side opener "Abraxas", a delightful cut that fits between rush-inducing moments of loved-up bliss and the kind of intensely bustling breakbeats that were once all the rage on British dancefloors. "Young Star Cluster", a killer combination of hip-house style breaks and funk-fuelled acid lines, is also superb.
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Played by: RUSTAM OSPANOFF.
 in stock $12.14
The Sandy Rivera EP (12" repress)
Cat: FTTFCS 005. Rel: 03 Aug 19
Deep House
  1. Kings Of Tomorrow - "Fall For You" (feat April - Sandy Rivera Classic mix - Moodymann edit) (4:58)
  2. Sandy Rivera - "Come Into My Room" (feat LT Brown - take It Back mix) (7:48)
  3. Soul Vision - "Don't Stop" (remix) (8:07)
  4. Kings Of Tomorrow - "Show Me" (feat Elzi Hall) (5:43)
Played by: Paul Starey
 in stock $8.86
Brutalismo EP (10") (1 per customer)
Cat: MOJ 12. Rel: 02 Aug 19
Techno
  1. Brutalismo (7:56)
  2. We Control The Sound (8:11)
Review: Fernando Zapico AKA Z@p is one of those producers whose work is always worth a listen, primarily because his quality threshold is very high. This two-track missive on My Own Jupiter picks up where his recent EP for Japanese imprint Cabaret left off, delivering faintly foreboding futurist techno whose sci-fi inspirations are clear to hear. A-side "Brutalismo" sets the tone, with paranoia-inducing analogue bass, creepy synth stabs and swirling electronic textures rising above a punchy drum machine-driven groove. "We Control The Sound" is notably denser and a little darker, with sturdier beats, moodier chord sequences and a bone-chilling breakdown.
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F&R008 Disco Dubs 2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: F&R 008. Rel: 05 Aug 19
Deep House
  1. Disco Dub 04 (5:04)
  2. Disco Dub 05 (5:48)
  3. Disco Dub 06 (8:35)
Review: Nebraska's Friends & Relations series continues to serve up the finest disco-sprinkled house delights, following on from the previous installment of Disco Dubs with another on point reduction of dusty grooves through the mixing desk. These jams are stripped back and oh so heavy, with FX flaring in all the right places to give an eerie, trippy tint to the jams. It's like walking into the deep end of the session where Walter Gibbons jams with King Tubby uptown, and you'd be right in thinking that's a match made in far-out disco heaven.
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When I Get Home (clear vinyl LP)
Cat: 190759 44041. Rel: 26 Jul 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Things I Imagined (1:59)
  2. S McGregor (interlude) (0:16)
  3. Down With The Clique (3:42)
  4. Way To The Show (2:55)
  5. Can I Hold The Mic (interlude) (0:22)
  6. Stay Flo (2:56)
  7. Dreams (2:28)
  8. Nothing Without Intention (interlude) (0:23)
  9. Almeda (4:02)
  10. Time (Is) (3:41)
  11. My Skin My Logo (2:55)
  12. We Deal With The Freak'n (Intermission) (0:35)
  13. Jerrod (3:02)
  14. Binz (1:48)
  15. Beltway (1:46)
  16. Exit Scott (interlude) (1:01)
  17. Sound Of Rain (3:05)
  18. Not Screwed! (interlude) (0:22)
  19. I'm A Witness (1:44)
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Kokoroko (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BWOOD 199. Rel: 08 Mar 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Adwa (5:56)
  2. Ti-De (6:14)
  3. Uman (5:13)
  4. Abusey Junction (7:04)
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ATA
Cat: ATA 015. Rel: 11 Jul 19
Jazz
  1. Clap Your Hands (45 version) (3:31)
  2. Stomp Your Feet (45 version) (3:36)
 in stock $8.35
When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go? (gatefold orange vinyl LP)
Cat: 774276 6. Rel: 29 Mar 19
Pop
  1. !!!!!!! (0:18)
  2. Bad Guy (3:14)
  3. Xanny (4:03)
  4. You Should See Me In A Crown (3:04)
  5. All The Good Girls Go To Hell (2:42)
  6. Wish You Were Gay (3:42)
  7. When The Party's Over (3:12)
  8. 8 (2:55)
  9. My Strange Addiction (3:00)
  10. Bury A Friend (3:06)
  11. Ilomilo (2:43)
  12. Listen Before I Go (4:00)
  13. I Love You (4:53)
  14. Goodbye (2:00)
 in stock $15.70
Cassava Pone (limited LP)
22a
Cat: 22A 029. Rel: 05 Aug 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Microphone Hunt (Jeen Trio) (3:10)
  2. Crunked Funk (feat Mo Kolours) (2:12)
  3. Blunt Talking (0:53)
  4. Everyday (feat Reginald Omas & James Creole) (2:46)
  5. Play This Game (Money) (1:53)
  6. Cassava Pone (2:23)
  7. We Can Change Now (feat Reginald Omas) (3:28)
  8. The Thing (To Do) (1:41)
  9. How I Do It (2:53)
  10. Roots Now (feat Al Dobson Jr) (2:13)
  11. Get You (I Say) (1:35)
  12. Music Throughout The Night (2:44)
  13. Hold You Down (feat Shepard Manyika) (2:07)
  14. Latin Sisters (1:50)
  15. Ancestral Rivers (2:20)
  16. Phone Call Away (feat Reginald Omas) (1:52)
  17. Real Diggers Only (1:14)
  18. The Moon Revolution (0:40)
Review: Straight out of that bubbling South London jazz scene, Jeen Bassa comes correct with his debut solo album, rightfully landing on his natural home 22a. Anyone hip to the happenings on Tenderlonious' label should know the deal by now - Bassa much like his brothers Mo Kolours, Al Dobson Jr., Reginald Omas Mamode IV is gifted with that killer instinct for fresh approaches to beat science rooted in jazz culture but springing forth with restless, infectious energy. "Cassava Pone" is as cool headed and richly realised as you could hope, and there's a strong cast of guest spots from his nearest and dearest to further flesh out the sound. Perfect for summer months but with plenty to keep you cosy any time of year, this is a modern classic in the making.
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Cat: LD 11. Rel: 31 Jul 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Body Language Pro (6:15)
  2. Body Language Pro (Sleazy McQueen & Cole Medina remix) (6:37)
  3. Let Me Come Into Your Life (6:49)
  4. The Lone Dancer (6:45)
Review: You could be forgiven for expecting this EP on excellent upfront house imprint Lovedancing to be more of a curveball. After all, The Juan MacLean isn't known for mainstream posturing. It certainly comes with stacks of character and a clear intention to be heard. Bold, commanding and aimed squarely at feet, if mind-meltingly looped pumpers are your thing consider this an early Christmas. All four tracks are built from repetitive hooks, the most inescapable- 'Let Me Come Into Your Life'- will satisfy fans of Mr G's softer side, while 'The Lone Dancer' is destined for sun-drenched terrace bar systems. 'Body Language Pro', meanwhile, has more than a few nods to the French house heydays, with Sleazy McQueen and Cole Medina developing those elements into a beast that's slower to build in but guaranteed to work up a sweat.
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 in stock $9.62
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La Torre Ibiza: Volumen Tres (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HLTR 003LP. Rel: 17 Jul 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Bill Laswell & Jah Wobble - "Alsema Dub" (5:46)
  2. Nu Guinea - "A Voce E Napule" (3:31)
  3. Pacific Coliseum - "Mornings At Made's" (2:32)
  4. Lambchop - "Up With The People" (5:37)
  5. Tamam Shud - "Bali Waters" (6:11)
  6. Satoshi & Makoto - "Crepuscule Leger" (6:37)
  7. Mac DeMarco - "On The Level" (3:37)
  8. Malcolm McLaren - "Obatala" (3:39)
  9. Tears For Fears - "Head Over Heels" (Sketches From An Island Sunrise Mediation) (9:03)
  10. Trance - "Ambiente" (7:49)
  11. The Advisory Circle - "Sundial" (3:32)
  12. Richard Torrance - "Anything's Possible" (4:26)
  13. Swing Out Sister - "After Hours" (4:51)
  14. Mark Barrott - "Mokusho" (5:13)
  15. John Stammers - "Idle I'm" (Colorama Coloured In remix) (3:17)
Review: Given their insanely strong Balearic credentials, you'd expect any album compiled by Pete Gooding and Mark Barrott to be stacked to the rafters with drowsy, sun-kissed gems. That's certainly the case with the latest volume of the La Torre Ibiza series, which is the third in total. There's much to enjoy throughout, from the exotic dub shuffle of Jah Wobble and Bill Laswell's "Alseema Dub" and the Penguin Cafe Orchestra-esque "Mornings At Made's" by Pacific Coliseum, to the new age ambient warmth of Satoshi & Makoto's "Crepuscule Leger" and the glassy-eyed blue-eyed soul brilliance of Richard Torrance's "Anything's Possible". Barrott's production and remix contributions are naturally stunning, with his epic Sketches From An Island remix of Tears For Fears' "Head Over Heels" being particularly worthy of mention.
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 in stock $28.10
EEE 007 (hand-stamped 1-sided heavyweight vinyl 12")
EEE
Cat: EEE 007. Rel: 12 Jun 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (9:11)
Review: Madonna, Depeche Mode and Kelis - what do East End Edits have in store for us next? This seventh instalment harks back to the charming deep jazzy house of their inaugural release - think of the legendary St. Germain and that should give you a fairly good idea. The track's smoky, late night jazz bar vibe is complemented by a rolling bass and swinging rhythms that should appeal to the likes of Rhadoo or Petre Inspirescu - legends of the Romanian scene who themselves have lent their deft hand to the French producer's work as remixers in the past, too.
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Cat: SL 022. Rel: 02 Aug 19
Techno
  1. What's Their Name? (7:36)
  2. Cosmic Love (6:08)
  3. Interstellar Interruption (6:23)
  4. Star Wars (6:41)
Review: Last year Paulo Mosca made his vinyl debut on Where We Met as one half of Venetian duo Micro.Solchi. Here he makes his solo bow via a four-tracker on Slow Life rich in vintage influences. "Interstellar Interruption", for example, sounds like the kind of far-sighted UK-US techno fusion that could have been featured on a Nexus 21 EP from 1990, while the organ-sporting techno-funk of "Cosmic Love" boasts bleeps that could have been taken wholesale from an early Warp 12". The producer's inherent funkiness is showcased further on brilliant opener "What's Their Name?" - all squelchy bass, Derrick May style drums and jaunty sci-fi lead lines - while "Star Wars" wraps decidedly spacey pads, warped lead lines and dubby bass around a shuffling breakbeat rhythm.
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You Already Know (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: 12 TIV400. Rel: 09 Aug 19
Deep House
  1. You Already Know (extended mix) (4:56)
  2. You Already Know (D-mix) (5:59)
  3. You Already Know (Gerd Janson remix) (6:13)
  4. You Already Know (Richy Ahmed remix) (6:13)
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Cat: SE 1012. Rel: 05 Aug 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. World Gruuv (7:14)
  2. Profesora (9:15)
Review: Having previously blessed us with "Ocean Side" two years back, Benedek and Tom Noble return to Superior Elevation with two more Balearic gems. One for the night time, one for sunrise; "World Gruuv" hits the boogie spot with spiralling keys wandering freely up and down a tight shimmering synth-bass led groove. Meanwhile "Profesora" on the B brings us back into reality softly with its addictive percussive hook, aquatic backing and totally tropical taste. Imagine Art Of Noise on Claremont 56 and you're on the right route.
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Keep It Deep Vol 2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: 1LIFE 2. Rel: 05 Aug 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Vincent Inc & LA - "Cafe Tropical" (6:08)
  2. Rico De Almenda - "Watermelon Man" (5:14)
  3. Venus Attack Project - "Grass Culture" (5:56)
  4. Vincent Floyd - "Trail Of Tears" (6:22)
Review: The 1 Life crew had a strong start with the likes of Kerri Chandler, DJ Spen & Karizma and Joey Negro contributing to a disco-fied house sound. Volume two on the label is no slouch either, ranging from Vincent Inc & LA's smoky "Cafe Tropical" before launching into Rico De Almenda's sassy, joyous take on "Watermelon Man". Venus Attack Project get into a deeper, percussive mood on the incendiary "Grass Culture" before Vincent Floyd completes the set with the heartfelt acid bubble of "Trail Of Tears". From organic sounds to box jams, these tracks speak directly to the foundations on which house music was built.


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UKNWN 01 (12")
Cat: UKNWN 01. Rel: 08 Aug 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (10:41)
  2. Track 2 (8:13)
  3. Track 3 (8:18)
  4. Track 4 (8:08)
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Stand Up EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SECRET 025. Rel: 22 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. Mezcal (6:09)
  2. Stand Up (7:20)
  3. Testing (8:07)
Review: Giles Smith and James Priestley have left an indelible mark on house and techno culture in the UK, not least thanks to their fabled Secretsundaze parties. These days they're taking that iconic stamp into the studio, and following up on strong turns for Mule Musiq and Phonica last year they're finally dropping a full length EP on their own label. The quality is as high as you would expect, from spicy, snarling fire starter "Mezcal" to the transcendental swirl of "Stand Up". On the B side, "Testing" takes things a little deeper with a heady stomp and a tricky disposition that will satisfy all the selectors.
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Cat: OSCLDN 001. Rel: 19 Jul 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Circuit Overload (5:58)
  2. FM 002 (6:10)
  3. Ruby Murry (Henry Hyde Hot mix) (6:36)
  4. TwentyFour (6:31)
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Melt (double 12")
Cat: ADIDA 002. Rel: 19 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. Melt (4:57)
  2. Sailing Without Compass (4:46)
  3. Lingala (Beatless) (feat Junior) (9:47)
  4. Rain (6:30)
  5. One (feat Simon Vuarambon) (8:06)
  6. Mibale (feat Junior) (8:09)
  7. Seven Magic Mountains (4:55)
  8. Float On (6:30)
  9. We-i-wo-we (7:18)
  10. Christina Daydreaming (7:40)
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Counterfeit Soul Vol. 4 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: COUNTERFEITSOUL 4. Rel: 29 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. Frazer Campbell - "Cloud 909" (7:05)
  2. Jorge Zamacona - "Doom Dub" (5:38)
  3. Jorge Caiado - "Drifting With Aliens" (6:44)
  4. Ste Roberts - "Last Saturday Day!" (7:00)
Review: Just four releases into its life, London imprint Counterfeit Soul has managed to draft in some serious pedigree for this one, with bossman Frazer Campbell leading the charge via the gloriously heady heights of 'Cloud 909'. Shades of soulful Detroit more than a little audible, it's a warm and uplifting opening number. Logically, given its name, 'Doom Dub' from Jorge Zamacona is a stark contrast in terms of vibe. Less delicate, much more direct and relentless- barely letting up- it's an ever-growing and more than likely ever-green slice of what deep techiness should sound like from the legendary producer. Those looking for more of a Windy City tip can find plenty of Chicago influences on Jorge Caiado's 'Drifting With Aliens', while Ste Roberts goes raw, unpolished and compulsively danceable for 'Last Saturday Day!'





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Dive (12")
Cat: PRESH 008. Rel: 09 Aug 19
Bass
  1. Dive (5:32)
  2. Rain (3:41)
Review: Last year Burial and the Bug joined forces as Flame 1, delivering an in-demand EP on the latter's Pressure label featuring two sizable slabs of industrial strength soundsystem science. Here they return as Flame 2, once again offering up a pair of weighty dancefloor excursions. A-side "Dive" is a loud and claustrophobic affair, as the duo wraps dystopian dub bass and sparse, mutilated post-drill rhythms in layers of apocalyptic aural textures and mind-altering dub techno style processed noise. Flipside "Rain" is arguably more suitable for dancefloor plays and sees the esteemed twosome combine pulverizing sub-bass heaviness with dancehall style drums that come smothered in mind-melting effects and paranoia-inducing aural smoke.
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Cat: AHS 8. Rel: 05 Aug 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Summer Love (The Man 45 edit) (4:11)
  2. Summer Love (Root Soul remix - The Man 45 edit) (4:20)
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The Sound Of Garage House (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PPR 20. Rel: 08 Jul 19
UK Garage
  1. Marc Cotterell - "Those Days" (6:43)
  2. Ed The Spread - "The Bauhaus Movement" (7:13)
  3. Grant Nelson - "Move Close" (4:47)
  4. Rocket Dubz - "Dirty Bath" (5:09)
Review: You should know by now that Plastik People is the go-to spot for the most upfront garage house done in a classic style, and they're spelling it out good and proper with The Sound Of Garage House. Marc Cotterell leads the way with the jazzy vibes and deliciously liquid chords of "Those Days" before Ed The Spread brings a nagging shuffle and sharp string stabs to hard-stepping bumper "The Bauhaus Movement". Grant Nelson keeps things tuff with the natty piano hooks and diva slices of "Move Close" while Rocket Dubz ups the funk to 11 for hands in the air party starter "Dirty Bath".
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Tusk Wax Thirty (hand-numbered hand-stamped 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: TW 30. Rel: 31 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. Redrum (5:55)
  2. BHD (6:49)
  3. Redrum (Ron Basejam remix) (5:14)
  4. Drumble (5:46)
Review: Groovy, beguiling and hypnotic- Tusk Wax is a label where anything can happen while still boasting coherency throughout its catalogue. If that sounds vague that's the point; elements of house, funk, jazz, acid and tech never far from the mixing desk. This, the imprint's 30th outing, is another limited press continuing in that fine form thanks to the always-solid Loz Goddard, formerly of Dirt Crew. One made for summertime sessions, intriguingly it could score late night hallucinatory forest raves or sun-drenched terrace parties. It just depends which cut you go for. 'Redrum' is a low-lying cosmic treat, repetitive female vocals ensuring dancefloor potential contrasting the lackadaisical melodies. 'BHD' takes us down an expanding disco wormhole, Ron Basejam's remix of 'Redrum' places the emphasis on live bass and sass, a perfect precursor to the contemporary funk of 'Drumble'.
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Slide (7")
Cat: ESCRT 026. Rel: 17 Jul 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Slide (3:56)
  2. Ride (feat Brian Jackson) (4:31)
Review: New York City-based trio Escort are back for the first time since their Animal Nature LP from 2015. Their new track "Slide" was co-written with NYC soul artist Denitia and drives you gently with this west coast influenced roller produced by Eugene Cho and Jkriv - and featuring Adeline's wonderful vocal delivery. We absolutely adored this slick and low slung boogie-down number. For something more uplifting (and with dancefloor dynamics) you can try the classic '70s disco explosion of "Ride" (feat Brian Jackson) on the flip, which calls to mind the classic vibe of masters like Salsoul, Moulton Studios et al.
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  1. Sweet Power, Your Embrace (Alex Attias Sweet re-edit) (7:16)
  2. 8 Counts For Rita (6:42)
  3. The Blessing Song (Flow Lab Kid Blessed remix) (8:53)
  4. Blackbyrds Theme (5:29)
Review: Freestyle Records continues to be an essential source for visionary funk and soul from across the globe, and now they're returning to recent signing Lance Ferguson and his Rare Groove Spectrum. This 12" carries some remixes and rarities that complement Ferguson's self-titled album from earlier this year. Things kick off with Alex Attias' dreamy, Latin-tinged edit of "Sweet Power, Your Embrace" before the original "8 Counts For Rita" bursts forth in a flurry of trumpets and salsa piano. "The Blessing Song" gets remix treatment from Flow Lab Kid, and then Ferguson tackles a cover of The Blackbyrds' "Blackbyrds Theme", all of which have the next level funk chops Ferguson has displayed elsewhere in his burgeoning repertoire.
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Sync Jam EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: JKH 014. Rel: 05 Aug 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Sync Jam (7:12)
  2. Calling U (6:34)
  3. Resergen (5:19)
Review: Fresh from dropping some heat on Leftroom, Alex Arnout continues his productive streak with this sterling return to Jack's House after he last graced the label with its first release back in 2016. "Sync Jam" packs a serious shuffle that hits squarely in the pleasure plexus for any discerning tech house head, while "Calling U" adopts a playfully spooky tone as it wriggles through a plethora of freaky synth squiggles. "Resergen" completes the set with a spirited dash through hooky techno drum programming and a mean chord line that captures a little old-skool optimism in the process.
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Played by: The Owl
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You're So Fine (limited 7'') (1 per customer)
Cat: ATH 077. Rel: 13 Jun 19
Funk
  1. You're So Fine (2:57)
  2. Sweetest Thing On This Side Of Heaven (3:45)
Review: This excellent 7" single from Athens Of The North boasts more desirable deep funk business. This time dusty-fingered digger Euan Fryer has secured the rights to a sought-after seven from Papa Bear & His Cubs, a long-serving combo whose sole "45" has long been a sought-after item amongst serious soul and funk heads. "You're So Fine" may sound like it was recorded in a cement mixer on a cheap portable tape recorder, but musically it's soul bliss - a wonderfully languid, loved-up song blessed with a superb lead vocal and languid instrumentation. "Sweetest Thing On This Side Of Heaven" is, if anything, even more dewy-eyed - a seductive slow jam whose saccharine lyrics are delivered with heartfelt passion.
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Cat: FW 196. Rel: 18 Jul 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Cost Of Living (2:58)
  2. Don't Cry Now (4:36)
  3. Sugar (4:29)
  4. Zallom (3:10)
Review: After offering up EPs titled "Hard Times" and "Changing Times" in 2017, Kaidi Tatham returns to First Word to complete the trilogy with "Serious Times". Of course, the music contained within the EP's tightly packed grooves is as joyous, rich as intricate as ever. Check, for example, "Don't Cry Now", a samba-soaked, sun-kissed affair that wraps harmonic freestyle vocals, twinkling electric piano lines and darting jazz-funk bass around a seriously shuffling groove. Tatham's much-discussed jazz-funk influences are once again given an airing on "Sugar", while his fine piano work takes pride of place on instrumental hip-hop head-nodder "Zallom". Best of all, though, is opener "Cost of Living", which emphatically weaves together all of these strands and more besides.
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 in stock $7.85
Cat: BCR 081. Rel: 26 Jul 19
Soul
  1. Lonely Girl (4:12)
  2. Alone Again (4:16)
 in stock $7.85
Nobody (feat Mandar remix) (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: OSC 15. Rel: 29 Jul 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Nobody (8:22)
  2. Nobody (Mandar remix) (7:32)
Review: Low-slung stuff from the Nabucco label bossman, with the original just as primed for afternoon party vibes as it is the earliest morning sets. Gradually building momentum from its pared back stepping opening, soaring synth lines and subtle vocal stabs invoke the glory days of West Coast house- as smooth as it is uplifting, warm and inviting. On the flip, Mandar's remix retains most of the same elements, placing a more emphasis on the keyboard stabs and, although running for less time, has a greater sense of journey. Its dubby mid section allowing plenty of room for jazz inflected pianos to usher in smoky, chilled-out vibes in direct contrast to the punchier moments. The result is arguably even more useful that the original, and certainly something capable of pulling dancers in and not letting go.
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Played by: Franco Cinelli
 in stock $8.86
King's Mouth (Record Store Day 2019) (limited gold vinyl LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: BELLA 889V. Rel: 22 Apr 19
Indie
  1. We Don't Know How & We Don't Know Why (1:10)
  2. The Sparrow (5:47)
  3. Giant Baby (3:43)
  4. Mother Universe (1:52)
  5. How Many Times (3:21)
  6. Electric Fire (4:41)
  7. All For The Life Of The City (4:33)
  8. Feedaloodum Beedle Dot (3:00)
  9. Funeral Parade (2:54)
  10. Dipped In Steel (1:33)
  11. Mouth Of The King (4:50)
  12. How Can A Head (4:05)
 in stock $20.50
Tahira Tropical Edits (12" repress)
Cat: DP 024. Rel: 19 Jul 19
International
  1. Gil's Revolution (Tahira Afrobeat version) (4:43)
  2. Jackson's Capoeira (Tahira rework) (4:17)
  3. Son'z Toque (Tahira rework) (6:10)
 in stock $8.35
Aura Safari (2xLP)
Cat: CHURCH 017. Rel: 11 Jul 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Music For The Smoking Room (6:30)
  2. Sahara (5:38)
  3. Albaia Interlude (2:44)
  4. The Lost Reel (5:17)
  5. Saturn & Calypso (6:03)
  6. Island Life (5:50)
  7. Midnight Discipline (4:40)
  8. Rhythm Of Life (2:53)
  9. Citizens Of The Universe (5:40)
  10. Jungle Jazz (6:38)
Review: If you enjoyed the loose, warm and organic musical fusions of Italian outfits Nu Guinea and Mystic Jungle, we'd recommend checking out this fine debut album from fellow countrymen Aura Safari. The Perugua-based quartet explore similar influences - think jazz, jazz-funk, dusty deep house, Afro-cosmic, Balearica and boogie, for starters - and rely on a similar blend of vintage synthesizer sounds, live and programmed drums, jazz-friendly brass instruments and elastic bass guitar. The resultant album, then, feels like it comes from a similar sonic place, even if Aura Safari's distinctive musical blend is even more eclectic, emotive and atmospheric than that offered by their aforementioned contemporaries. Either way, it's a superb set.
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 in stock $13.92
Cat: NAAR 015. Rel: 29 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. Running Into The Sun (6:12)
  2. Running Into The Sun (Eric Duncan remix) (8:07)
  3. Slow Burning (6:54)
  4. Slow Burning (Latrec remix) (7:23)
Review: Emerging slowly from understated beginnings, 'Running Into The Sun' sees Komodo deliver the kind of expansive tones that easily establish a vibe on the dancefloor, nodding to progressive house's fundamentals while borrowing plenty from earthier, more organic-sounding ends of the four-four scene. Eric Duncan does the business on the remix, taking it into tougher territory and throwing in a cacophony of drummy intersections that help build the atmosphere, placing the whole arrangement on a knife-edge. 'Slow Burning' does what it says on the tin, growing and grooving its way through spiralling synths and acidic inflections, adding some gentle chords to bring in some welcome melody. Latrec evidently has a different understanding of the phrase given his remix, cutting back to throbbing kick drums while allowing just enough of the harmony to enter earshot, with trance-like results.
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Keep It Up (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: OTS 170. Rel: 01 Aug 19
Funk
  1. Keep It Up (J Rocc edit) (4:10)
  2. Keep It Up (4:11)
Review: Classic soulful feelgood funk from Milton Wright reissued from Japan in an artworked sleeve. Essential !
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 in stock $21.25
Cat: RB 082. Rel: 10 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. Boris Borrison’s Trip To Morrisons (6:52)
  2. Lea Valley (5:51)
  3. Static (5:39)
Review: London duo Dusky are up next on Running Back, with what appears to be the first volume in their new Life Signs series. Best described by Gerd Janson and Co. as British bass science applied on classic house tropes, where breakbeats underpin transcendent melodies and IDM meets UKG. The lads behind the much lauded 17 Steps label are in fine form here: from the electrifying Italo disco influenced number "Boris Borrison's Trip To Morrisons" on the A side being unlike anything we've heard from the pair before. On the flip, it's a throwback to the illegal dance parties of the early '90s on the pitched-down hardcore breaks of "Lea Valley" and harking back to a similar era is the euphoric "Static".
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Played by: ROTCIV
 in stock $9.10
Cat: SC 721. Rel: 16 May 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. This Is What You Are (feat The High Five Quintet - radio edit) (4:21)
  2. This Is What You Are (The Brazilian Rime) (4:53)
Review: "This Is What You Are" is undoubtedly Mario Biondi's most celebrated work. He first sung it for original composers Was A Bee in 2004, before re-recording it for his debut album (alongside the High Five Quintet) in 2006. Since then it has been reissued or remixed on numerous occasions. Here it gets reissued on a tidy 7" single, with a punchy radio edit - a swinging, Sunday afternoon style chunk of Latin soul-jazz rich in jaunty grooves, soaring orchestration and smooth vocals - being joined by the "Brazilian Rime" rework. This tasty re-recording re-casts the song as a breezy, samba-fired slab of early 1970s style Brazilian MPB. It's an inspired interpretation and could well become the definitive version of the track.
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 in stock $6.83
Cat: TRP 025. Rel: 26 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Dream Machine (6:30)
  2. I Want You (6:18)
  3. Stranno Neobjatno (7:37)
 in stock $10.63
Moon: The Area Of Influence (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: AX 081. Rel: 17 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Control, Sattva & Rama (7:00)
  2. Stabilising The Spin (5:06)
  3. The Tides (4:26)
  4. Sleep-Wake Cycles (8:34)
  5. Erratic Human Behaviour (4:45)
  6. Lunar Power (5:20)
  7. Electromagnetic (5:37)
Review: Given his stargazing, intergalactic ethos, it's perhaps unsurprising that sci-fi techno overlord Jeff Mills has decided to mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo XI moon landing by releasing an album containing his musical "interpretations of Earth's moon". As you'd expect from an artist of Mills' standing, it's a very good album. Evocative, atmospheric and hugely spacey - this is Jeff Mills after all - the seven-track set moves from scene-setting, string-laden ambient ("Control, Satva and Rama") to sparse, acid-flecked dub techno ("Electromagnetic") via a string of fine cuts that variously touch on electro-fired broken techno ("Stabilizing The Spin"), Steve Reich style minimalism (the brilliant "Lunar Power"), and semi-orchestral electronic positivity ("The Tides").
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 in stock $25.82
Cat: CITY 060. Rel: 25 Jul 19
Soul
  1. Just Say A Four Letter Word (Love) (3:22)
  2. She's A Real Sweet Woman (3:33)
Played by: Soul Music
 in stock $9.62
Cat: WR 24735. Rel: 22 Jul 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Powaful Impak! (album version) (4:11)
  2. Powaful Impak! (album instrumental) (4:05)
Played by: The Allergies
 in stock $9.87
: Sp@c3 T@lk : (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HB 014. Rel: 15 Jul 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. 5putn1k (6:50)
  2. @L5d (7:26)
  3. 5p@c3 T@lk (6:30)
  4. @rkyn (7:08)
Review: Having demonstrated the breadth of his artistic vision with the excellent One Against Time album last year, John Dimas returns to Half Baked with a focused 12" of dancefloor heaters that keep the vibe varied but the beats ever-present. "5putn1k" is a cheeky, boxy workout with plenty of swing and some wriggling bassline flex. "@L5d" takes a trippier route through spaced out synth lines and a subliminal rhythm section for maximum lock-in, and then "5p@c3 T@lk" heads skywards with a gorgeous tapestry of melodious expression strapped to a rock-solid groove. "@rkyn" completes the set with a snagging 2-step funk and plenty of the space in the mix for the meditative crew to get all eyes-closed to.
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 in stock $8.61
Cat: RAVER R2. Rel: 23 Jul 19
UK Hardcore
  1. Strings Of Life (6:24)
  2. Vamp (4:32)
 in stock $9.62
Stronger (2xLP)
Cat: LR 09619VL. Rel: 08 Aug 19
Soul
  1. Stronger (feat D-Train) (6:24)
  2. Love The Way You Fly (feat Seest) (5:14)
  3. Queen Sugar (feat Jasmine Franklin) (5:03)
  4. Skintight (feat Rachel Matthews) (4:49)
  5. Save Your Love (feat Boogie Back & David A Tobin) (5:19)
  6. Sexability (feat Kevin East) (4:56)
  7. Slow Burn Love (feat D Train) (3:55)
  8. No Matter What (feat Yolanda Lavender) (5:28)
  9. Keep On (feat Matthew Winchester) (4:51)
  10. Come Back Home (feat David A Tobin) (5:03)
  11. Share The Light (feat Janus Soliand) (5:06)
  12. Your Move (feat Sophie Ripley) (4:51)
  13. Summer Rain (feat Faye B) (4:38)
Review: Over 10 years deep and sounding Stronger than ever (not sorry) Cool Million return with their fifth album and it's delicious in all directions. Still smacking with that powerful early 80s soul, boogie and RnB blend, still packing heavyweight vocalists, still stacking serious levels of musicianship, Stronger runs the gamut. From juicy feet-tickling boogie ("Stronger", "Keep On") to sultry ballads ("Share The Light") and steamy soul jams ("Come Back Home") with killer vocals from the likes of the legendary D-Train plus Janus Soliand, Jasmine Franklin and David A Tobin, "Stronger" is one of the Danish/German duo's most accomplished albums to date.
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 in stock $20.24
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