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Grind (12")
Cat: JIAOLONG 008. Rel: 18 Mar 13
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Grind
  2. Prelims
Review: In his funk-informed, edit-rich guise for Daphni/Caribou's Jiaolong imprint, Chaz 'Toro Y Moi' Bundick drops another sublime two-tracker of impeccably informed groove for sharp dancers and fearless romancers. "Grind" wastes no time in getting down with a sublime roll of drums, sleek bass and perfect touches of boogie synth, leaving space for some spaced out vocoder vocal over the top. "Prelims" heads off into more experimental territory with a low riding beat and droning, detuned melodies aimed squarely at creating a future-soul hybrid for the open-minded heads to tap into. There are serious legs to Bundick's project and this record serves to build on those pins with plenty of grace and oodles of style.
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Cat: RUG 422. Rel: 10 Aug 19
Indie
  1. The Hellcat Spangled Shalalala
  2. Little Illusion Machine (Wirral Riddler) (feat Miles Kane & The Death Ramps)
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Jerky Teardrop (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DR 001. Rel: 17 Jul 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Jerky Teardrop
  2. Jerky Teardrop (Blue mix)
  3. Places We Belong To
Review: The last few years have seen Nathan Melja really hit his stride, landing on such esteemed labels as Mister Saturday Night, Black Opal and Technicolour with an addictively weird update of the classic boxjam format. Now he steps up to inaugurate Dream Real with three slices of upfront deviant business for all the sleazy dancers out there. There's no arguing with the rubbery bass tones and perfectly processed vocals on the original mix of "Jerky Teardrop", but there's also the more wave-minded delights of the "Blue Mix" version of the track to suit more reflective situations. By way of contrast, "Places We Belong To" smooths out the mood on the B-side with a low riding slice of boogie that sports just a whiff of indie thrown in for good measure.
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Played by: Jacques Renault
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Tracer (2xLP + CD)
R&S
Cat: RS 1208LP. Rel: 16 Aug 12
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Orbit
  2. EFX (feat Kelela)
  3. Eternal
  4. Pyjama (feat Panda Bear)
  5. Mist Of Time
  6. End
  7. Vector Spray
  8. Inca
  9. Do It
  10. Timeline
  11. Orbit
  12. EFX (feat Kelela)
  13. Eternal
  14. Pyjama (feat Panda Bear)
  15. Mist Of Time
  16. End
  17. Vector Spray
  18. Inca
  19. Do It
  20. Timeline
Review: It's been two years since Teengirl Fantasy won the world over with "Cheaters" and their debut album 7am, an album that referenced Mr Fingers as much as the generation of chillwave artists that preceded them. While that album undoubtedly felt top heavy at times, such was the nature of that single, Tracer feels like an altogether more balanced album, hitting the right note between their looser, experimental rhythmic tendencies and grandiose melodic nature, such as on the twisting, symphonic "End", and the new age sould of "EFX". Of course there are some certified club tracks there too - "Do It" is almost pure 90s Nu Groove, while "Timeline" is a forcefully acidic track swathed in deep, marshmallow pads - but they fit nicely with the album's whole - forward thinking electronic music that is an ideal fit for the R&S mission statement.
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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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AM PM (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GFEP 04. Rel: 19 Feb 18
Electro
  1. Das Ding - "Conun Drum" (4:39)
  2. Das Ding - "Life Is A Tool In The Hands Of Strangers" (4:04)
  3. DJ Overdose - "I See No Stars At Night" (4:16)
  4. DJ Overdose - "Potje Freaken" (4:55)
Review: The Go Finger label has been digging into the undergrowth of synthwave sounds and deviant electro for a few years now, more recently graduating from the tape scene to put out EPs of leftfield electronic adventures on wax. This EP in particular is quite something, calling on the vintage talents of Das Ding in all their eerie, warped, pulsing, analogue refinement. "Conun Drum" is a curiously playful trip through noirish cityscapes by way of strobing lead lines and militaristic machine beats, while "Life Is A Tool In The Hands Of Strangers" takes a more uptempo approach without losing the bombast of their melodic arrangements. Dutch electro champ DJ Overdose steps up for the B side, dropping the overcast and creeping "I See No Stars At Night" and the dishevelled robot beatdown "Potje Freaken".
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Remixes Volume 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ERC 046-1/MT 012. Rel: 29 May 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Autarkic - "Screaming (To Be With You)" (feat The White Screen)
  2. JD Twitch - "Dalbouka"
  3. Sneaker - "I Looked For You"
  4. Die Orangen - "Rattling Ghosts"
Review: After teaming up to release the scintillating works of C Cat Trance in their original 80s form on Screaming Ghosts, Emotional Rescue and Malka Tuti join forces once again to deliver a ludicrously talented roster of remixers who catapult John Rees Lewis' cult group into thrilling new spatial and temporal zones. Autarkic decides to go for the full-tilt cover version on "Screaming (To Be With You)", with ample help from The White Screen, while JD Twitch roughs up "Dalbouka" into a quintessential slab of ethno-motorik body music. Sneaker's take on "I Looked For You" emphasizes the atmospheric tension in the original, giving the track a cinematic scope, and Die Orangen's "Rattling Ghosts" finishes the record on an appropriately ominous, subtly industrial tone.
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Power (12")
Cat: SWAMP 028. Rel: 29 Apr 14
Bass
  1. Huff & Puff Bruk
  2. Mo
Review: Making a welcome return to Swamp 81 after the Mean Streets pair of releases, Falty DL is on superlative form as ever with a pair of direct cuts that play on different sides of his production personality. "Huff & Puff Bruk" takes the fundamentals of 2-step and infuses it with lazy jazz and ethereal tones for a crisply funking, whimsical cut that should get all soulful spinners in a lather. On the flip things get edgier as "Mo" takes sharply looped vocal samples and works them around clattering slices of breaks to whip up the kind of frenzy that Tessela and co. inspire with their own rum choppery.
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Cat: EDR 004. Rel: 01 Dec 08
Funk
  1. Black Or White
  2. Black Or White (B Boys instrumental edit)
  3. Remember The Time
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Cat: SWAMP 012. Rel: 01 Aug 11
Bass
  1. Last Forever
  2. Heaven Sent
Review: It's been at least a hot minute since the last heavyweight release from Swamp 81 dropped (and they don't get much heavier than a double pack of body music from Boddika). The wait has totally been worth it as Funkbias sees UKG legend Zed Bias team up with Rinse FM's excellently named Funk Butcher for two drops of typically forward thinking music. "Last Forever" burst uneasily out of the rumbling groove that opens the track into masterful concoction of vocal affectations, burning synth beams, snapping tribal drums and trademark Zed Bias bass. "Heaven Sent" does indeed begin like it was sent from above with gentle piano melodies lulling you in before being engulfed by a heavily pressurised flex of 808s and more crafty vocal dicing. The interplay between the soft and harsh elements is quite brilliant. Those who like a fine example of cover art will go weak at the knees over the Will Bankhead embossed design too.
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Hit & Run (12")
Cat: SALSA 12019. Rel: 23 Jan 04
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Hit & Run (original Walter Gibbons 12" mix)
  2. Hit & Run (Danny Tenaglia 12" remix)
  3. Hit & Run (acappella)
Review: Exclusively remastered by Tom Moulton from the original master tapes!
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Frontin (7")
Cat: STIX 003. Rel: 17 Oct 07
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Frontin
  2. My Adidas
Review: With "Frontin & My Adidas" Taggy Matcher returns with another soul/rap/reggae mash-up. This time round it's Pharell's "Frontin" acappella dropped over a deep dub beat - all the way to Kingston. On the flip side they feature a rocksteady version of a true hip-hop/electro classic! "My Adidas" is a great reworking of the RUN DMC tune, with a dub-like rhythm to it and a really classic sound overall. Stix present these two top-notch party pieces.
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Cat: UQ 001. Rel: 04 Nov 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. You Don't Have To Cry Anymore
  2. Vision Of Estonia
Review: Originally out in 1985, Peoples Potential Unlimited reissue this soul boogie jam from Uku Kuut (who was born In the Soviet Union, raised in Sweden and now lives in Estonia) featuring Marju Kuut on vocals. On the flip is a mellow instrumental in homage to Uku's home for the past 20 years, now available for the first time on cute 7" vinyl. Top release!
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Cat: PDON 010. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Techno
  1. Cult Hero (Do You Wanna Touch Me) (album edit) (6:45)
  2. Cult Hero (Do You Wanna Touch Me) (club mix) (5:47)
  3. Cult Hero (Do You Wanna Touch Me) (Slow) (7:29)
Review: House and techno badboys Paranoid London are proceeding the release of their second album with a bunch of singles from it. First up is "Cult Hero" featuring Simon Topping - one of many guest vocalists on the full length. It's a bristling acid house cut with tight, corrugated drums and relentless 303 mania ripping up the groove. Topping's deadpan vocals are layered over the top and bring to mind the more anthemic work of Depeche Mode. "Club Mix" is even more caustic and kinetic, while closer "Slow Mix" strips back everything but for the lunching drums and demonic vocals of Topping.
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Rip N Run Vol 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DPR 028. Rel: 29 May 18
UK Garage
  1. We Go
  2. Zip It Up
  3. Smoking Circles
Review: While volume two of Dat Pressure's Rip N Run may have already hit the streets, now they're back-pedalling to volume one - OCD garage heads rejoice. As ever label boss Noodles is on hand with more essential wares from the vaults, this time enlisting the mighty Dub Child as a partner in crime. These jams veer towards the breakstep end of the garage spectrum, all boom bap drums and stuttered grooves, not least on the massive but spacious "We Go." "Zip It Up" packs in plenty of rootsy dub tones and soul vocal licks to match the skittering drums, and "Smoking Circles" gets into an almost techy strain of broken beat honed for serious dancefloor consumption. Just hold tight for the bass drop on that last one - it's a monster.
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Stone Cat (12")
Cat: SFT 006. Rel: 04 Sep 17
Techno
  1. Vino Cheenese (4:04)
  2. Ag Pini (6:58)
  3. The Springer (4:18)
  4. Revolution (Marcellus Pittman Sexual Pulse remix) (9:56)
Review: Bologna's NAS1 lands on his hometown's Sorry For This label, coming through with four magnificent house experiments that enter the scene from left of field. "Vino Cheenese" hardly boasts any beats except for a hazy blur of percussion, while "Ag Pini" sounds like a deep house cut that's been diluted in heavy amounts of aqueous FX, and "The Springer" comes in hard with a stomping blockade of harsh acid distortions. Surprise remix action from Detroit's mighty Marcellus Pittman features on the flip, with the veteran house solider dropping a remix of "Revolution", ending up with a convoluted house tune that manages to bring out the funk amid the darkness in its path. Recommended!
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Cat: KISSA 02. Rel: 14 Jul 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. So Long For A Small Storm (3:58)
  2. Opus Dreams (2:08)
  3. So Long For A Small Storm (Rudolf Klorzeiger remodel) (4:25)
Review: Spacer lady Dollska (nee Dollskabeat) gets busy on her on own Kissa imprint with two beautifully spacious journeys into modern cosmic. "So Long For A Small Storm" rolls unhurriedly with a Morgan Geist feel to the beats and groove while "Opus Dreams" takes us deeper into the stars again as stretched out synths charm and alarm in equal measure as we find ourselves floating freefall with no apparent start, middle, or end. For added floor-fire head straight for Rudolf Klorzeiger's devilishly Detroitian remix where the beats are sharpened by classic 80s electro drama.
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Long Run (limited hand-numbered 7" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: ALDBS 7009. Rel: 01 Oct 19
Dub
  1. Long Run (feat Ras Tavaris) (4:00)
  2. Dub Run (4:03)
Review: Alchemy Dubs have cooked up more heat here with a ninth 7" that is a collaboration between Ojah and Jamaican singer Ras Tavaris. "Long Run" is a live mixed, proudly analogue cut with a stepper rhythm overlaid by Tavaris' important lyric work that muses on plenty of contemporary issues. Some lively percussion adds character and a flip-side instrumental dub lays even more fantastic studio work. That this one comes in a hand-stamped, hand-numbered, thick custom sleeve and is limited to 500 units makes it all the more collectable.
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Cat: EES 023X / CDA 013X. Rel: 23 Jan 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Sfire 2 (Timothy J Fairplay remix) (5:39)
  2. Sfire 2 (Timothy J Fairplay insturmental) (4:50)
  3. Sfire 3 (Willie Burns remix 1) (5:35)
  4. Sfire 3 (Willie Burns remix 2) (4:11)
Review: The pairing of Jeffrey Sfire with Samuel Long (aka PC Music producer Sophie) produced some discoid synth-pop manna for the CockTail d'Amore label when it first appeared back in 2013. Now the duo have been handed over to [Emotional] Especial, who have tasked two choice remixers with turning out some fresh versions of the tracks from the original EP. Timothy J. Fairplay keeps the wave dark and cold on his remix of "Sfire 2", using noirish synth lines to interplay with Sfire's on-point vocal. Meanwhile Willie Burns ramps up the atmospherics with some heavyweight pads on his first remix of "Sfire 3" before turning the original into a cheeky peak time burner for his second.
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Flight EP (12")
Cat: COY 014. Rel: 16 Aug 16
Bass
  1. Failed State (5:01)
  2. Mercurial (5:57)
  3. Flight (5:05)
  4. Flight (Marks remix) (4:47)
Review: Loose synthed Englishman in New York, Spokes takes Flight once more and delivers his follow-up Coyote EP to last year's "Green Eyes" with his broadest soundscape to date. Three sides to his soul, each one armed with different sense of electronic charm from the fluttering arpeggios and yearning vocal texture of "Failed State" to the plucked off-beat almost oriental wilderness of "Flight" by way of the much more rigid instrumental grime banger "Mercurial", Spokes showcases a widescreen spirit that stamps across all the most exciting electronic contexts.
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Cat: WT 24. Rel: 26 Oct 16
Techno
  1. Approaching The Inner Temple (1:30)
  2. Sea Of Crisis (7:45)
  3. Bay Of Dew (3:40)
  4. Bay Of Rainbows (6:53)
Review: Moon Temple is Gabriel Andruzzi, who some of you may know as the former bass player/saxophonist and engineer from New York City (via San Diego) outfit The Rapture. This nine track album is Andruzzi's first release under this alias and comes in two volumes. According to Willie Burns WT Records, the album is a collection of "delicate interludes, acid stompers and weirdo spastic mechanical marches." Starting out with the chilling dark ambient intro "Approaching The Inner Temple", he then gets stuck into the deep acid techno jam "Sea Of Crisis" (which brings to mind the sounds of Tin Man) while "Bay Of Rainbows" goes for the jugular on this adrenalised 303 thriller.
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Fiesta (neon pink vinyl 10")
Cat: OILGANG 013. Rel: 04 Nov 16
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Fiesta (4:39)
  2. Cherry (4:42)
Review: Absolute damage: Spooky finally unleashes two of his biggest summer dubs. And he's doing it in pure pink vinyl style. Fiesta slaps with a well-known sample before hopping onto the gulliest skank of his life. The groove says party, but the bass says murderation. Flip for an even fruitier piece of funk as Eric Donaldson's reggae classic gets the murking it never knew it needed. Make no mistakes: Spooky is donning it right now.
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Low Rider (orange vinyl 10")
Cat: OILGANG 014. Rel: 04 Nov 16
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Low Rider (3:47)
  2. All Black Winter (4:40)
Review: Deep grime instrumentals; few labels are doing it like Oil Gang. The clue's in the title - the tight-knit London crew are dealing strictly in sinister, seeping, dark, slick sounds. This one's even darker than usual as Spooky drops the aggro and goes straight in with the deep dagger dynamics. All stealth-like and creepy, "Low Rider" isn't a track you want on your headphones walking home through the wrong postcode at night. Boylan ups the energy with a stampier twist the rhythm and a dramatic riff croaking from the humanized bass tones. Badness.
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Orbit 02 (12")
Cat: OBCR 02. Rel: 30 Jan 17
Deep House
  1. Rift (7:50)
  2. The Journey To Nowhere (7:38)
  3. Excessive Matters (8:36)
  4. The Journey To Nowhere (DJ Jus-Ed remix) (6:56)
Review: Aside from running the excellent Bu-Mako Recordings, Ugandan-born DJ and producer Jenifa Mayanda is also married to the great Jus-Ed, and we think they make a pretty stellar couple. The talented artiste is up on Orbits for the label's second chapter, and she opens with the beautifully melodic waves of "Rift", followed by "The Journey To Nowhere" and its subtle take on tribalism. "Excessive Matters" is a smooth, jazzy deep house number with a supremely off-kilter percussion, leaving her husband to transform the original into a classic, Jus-Ed house chiller guided by that inimitable analogue flex. Wonderful.
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Cat: EF 64. Rel: 28 Mar 17
Funk
  1. Escuela De Calor (3:12)
  2. Zumo De Pina (3:07)
Review: Madrid four-piece come correct with another sweet and sweaty 45". "Escuela De Calor" does well to share the spotlight between the incredible talent of the pressure cooker horns and arsonist organs that fire up feelings you didn't even know you had. "Zumo De Pina" struts with bigger jazzy flourishes as the sax grabs full lead, taking us to places we didn't even know existed. Precision-timed for summer fun.
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Sweetz (limited 1-sided 10")
Cat: HDB 103. Rel: 29 Jul 16
Bass
  1. Sweetz (7:08)
Review: Woof! Hyperdub bring together two of the most recognisable and enigmatic artists of recent times on this 10", as Zomby and Burial square down ahead of the former's new album for the label. Zomby's Ultra LP is undoubtedly one of this year's most anticipated albums and "Sweetz" suggests it may be a very moody affair indeed. Whilst rooted in UK dance, Zomby and Burial do look elsewhere for inspiration too. Just under seven minutes long, "Sweetz" veers through various sub-heavy soundscapes with intermittent rhythmic patters and a distinctive looped vocal sample whose pitch changes with dramatic effect.
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Mulkul EP (D 56M remix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RP 002. Rel: 25 Jun 18
Techno
  1. Free Fere Fer Fe
  2. Albeni
  3. Free Fere Fer Fe (D-56M remix)
  4. To Tu Ti TI H
Review: Leeds based Bleaching Agent has been making a racket over at Opal Tapes, Komisch, Overlee Assembly and more in his time, but this appearance on Reposition marks the first we've heard from him in a while. The mood on "Free Fere Fer Fe" is boisterous but dynamic, while "Albeni" is more sharply chiselled. "To Tu Ti Tl H" switches gears with a reduced weirdo disco thrust that could do some serious damage. The D-56M remix of "Free Fere Fer Fe" is a bold reimagining as a trancey industrial deviation with a workable pulse.
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Rumours EP (feat Ogermania mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TR 031. Rel: 03 Apr 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Mikko (Ogermania mix)
  2. Lottery
  3. Groaning Ghosts
Review: Edward's graceful take on modern house and techno is a perfect fit for Trelik, and the German producer sounds comfortable as he unfurls swooning threads of otherworldly music for the tripped out dancefloor. The "Ogermania Mx" of "Mikko" is a hazy, string soaked affair pitched somewhere warm and dreamlike, but there's plenty of energy churning away in the lower register. "Lottery" is a more twitchy affair for darker times, all moody bass bounce and looming drones around a shuffling set of percussion. "Groaning Ghosts" is the techiest of the bunch, and there's a whole lot of freaked out sound design swirling around in the mix as well. This is simply stunning, highly advanced dance music from a modern day maestro.




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Cat: ESP 015. Rel: 31 May 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Bit One (7:15)
  2. Cloud Country (5:21)
  3. Thinking Allowed (8:44)
Review: In a 2010 interview, Tornado Wallace explained the inspiration behind his distinctive title as "something between a deep south blues artist or a logger from Nebraska". In subsequent years the Australian has seemingly swapped the south blues artist for something southern Italo, keeping the Nebraskan edge with his logger's beard. This is demonstrated in wondrous fashion on the water-coloured artwork to Thinking Aloud, his debut EP for Lovefingers' ESP Institute. Heavy bass plods switch to a walking bassline in "Bit One", as motorised and starry arpeggios weave between breathy vocals that are as much human as they are synthesised. This is complemented by "Cloud Country" which lowers in BPM with more Italo inspired arpeggios, pulsating toms and sprinklings of Latin sounding synths. The title track "Thinking Allowed" hogs the flip, slowly revealing itself to be a Balearic burner of the highest calibre. It opens with an analogous kick-snare combo and a "higher-self" spoken word spiel that's reminiscent of Will Powers legendary "Adventures In Success". Peaks come; troughs go as the track builds sublimely before dovetailing back to its original form. Welcome back sir!
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Cat: KLRLTD 10S008. Rel: 20 Dec 17
Deep House
  1. Them & Us (5:55)
  2. Peasant Dance (5:52)
Review: Detroit/Houston based Kolour have had some pretty credible names feature on their new 10 inch series this year, such as Eddic C, Napoleon, Frank Booker and Lady Blacktronika. Now it is over to the Belarus based disco DJ Funkyjaws who serves up two irresistible jams on Vol 8 of the series. On the A side, we have the soulful and life affirming African boogie of "Them & Us". We have not heard the original but it sounds pretty seamless to us: a respectful edit indeed. On the flip, we have one seriously mad boogie-down jam in the form of "Peasant Dance" which is a truly exotic affair from god knows where! Accordions, wah-wah guitar and some super string arrangements clash wonderfully. This may sound like an unholy mixture but this is exactly the kind of disco deviance that truly floats our boat! The Grodno based producer last appeared for the label on Kolour LTD 22 a couple of years back, and in the meantime has also appeared for the likes of Shadeleaf Music and Austrian imprint Pusic.
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Journey Inwards (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: DEEPEX 040. Rel: 31 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Leo & Leo Jr (3:13)
  2. Journey Inwards (8:26)
  3. Deep Breath (3:19)
  4. Digital vs Midi (4:19)
  5. Home Base (5:31)
  6. From Old (3:34)
Review: With a story intrinsically woven into the fabric of the Deep Explorer catalogue, Leo Gunn presents his debut album in a sultry haze of natural, heartfelt deep house with all the soul the genre has to offer. The LP begins in a laconic fashion with the slow-ticking "Leo & Leo Jr" before "Journey Inwards" presents a more focused kind of track for steady warm ups and hazy mornings. "Digital vs MIDI" is equally a subtle kind of party starter with its solid rhythmic foundation and "Home Base" fixes its gaze on a more lively time of night, but here and throughout the mood is predominantly mellow, as it should be with a release on Deep Explorer.
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BAH 031 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BAH 031. Rel: 05 Dec 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. En Trance (5:03)
  2. Schwarzen Mer (5:45)
  3. City People (4:33)
  4. Die Marinette Der Zeit (5:21)
Review: The Bahnsteig 23 crew are flying towards the end of the year with a salvo of essential wares from their established crew and new faces alike. Sweden's Albion Venables has been doing the business on labels such as Ambassador's Reception and Macadam Mambo for the past seven years, and his first turn on Bahnsteig doesn't disappoint. In a flurry of eclecticism, the mood veers from the bubbling kosmische tones of "En Trance" through to the schlocky funk of "Schwarzen Mer", mixing live band dynamics with quirky electronics and keeping the groove delightfully authentic. The diversity maintains on the flip as "City People" taps up a moody New York flavour and "Die Marinette Der Zeit" strikes a more classic funk note.
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Cat: SALSA 12024. Rel: 23 Jan 04
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. It's Just Begun (original Larry Levan 12" mix)
  2. E Man Boogie '83 (Jimmy Castor/Gerry Thomas 12" mix)
Review: Larry Levan remix - v.e.r.y. r.a.r.e.! 12" Import pressing of the extremely rare Larry Levan remix of 'It's Just Begun'.
On the flip is the original Jimmy Castor/Gerry Thomas 12" mix 'E Man Boogie 83'. We found these Salsoul 12"s in
a warehouse and have hardly any, once they are gone - they. are. gone.
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Cat: PMFYL 001. Rel: 14 Jun 12
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. For Your Love (10:29)
  2. Aldeia De Ogum (6:14)
Review: ** Psychemagik classic repress alert ** Ah yes, "For Your Love", the 1978 Euro Disco classic from Chilly hasn't that been re/edited by at least 78% of Soundcloud's disco edit community? Correct - it's actually second only to the gazillion marketing tools presented as a remix that are helping to power forward the career of Lana Del Rey. Psychemagik are yet to remix Lana Del Lips so we can forgive them for adding to the slew of edits of Chilly's Yardbirds cover version already released. As it stands the Psychemagik version of "For Your Love" is a commendable revision which beefs up the low end and extends everything beyond the ten minute mark. Much better is the sub blessed take on Joyce's "Aldeia De Ogum" which should come with a Punta Del Esta Approved stamp.
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  1. The Lively Set - "Blues Get Off My Shoulder" (2:48)
  2. The Three Dudes - "I'm Beggin You" (2:45)
Review: The unstoppable Big Crown label is back with what is, once again, a rare find. In fact, we have two previously impossible tunes to get on this tidy 7" - first up, The Lively Set's excellent "Blues Get Off My Shoulder" roars a deep wave of glorious vintage soul, putting the very best of James Brown material to the test. As a follower, The Three Dudes' "I'm Beggin You" is one for the swings and the shakers, storming out of the speakers with that inimitable Mo-Town glory. An unmissable little 7" from the heart of the 60s!
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Tokyo Ghost 001 EP (12" + sticker)
Cat: TOKYOGHOST 001. Rel: 12 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Tokyo Ghost (club mix) (8:26)
  2. Tokyo Ghost (Strip Down mix) (6:41)
  3. Tokyo Ghost (Morning mix) (8:26)
  4. Tokyo Ghost (Beatless mix) (6:36)
Review: Out of thin air, the mysterious Tokyo Ghost debuts with a killer four-tracker on his own, newly found label, and the vibe is very much on the looser, more organic end of the spectrum. "Tokyo Ghost" is re-treated and re-manipulated four times, across two sides of vinyl, and it's very much clear that this is a dubwise affair from start to finish. Airy swarms of ambience fill the spaces left open by the jittery, off-kilter percussion that swerves to the rhythm. This is the techno we like to hear. Full-bodied, filled with organic textures, and utterly ready to cause havoc on the dancefloor.
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Cat: DREA 002. Rel: 10 Jan 17
Techno
  1. Membresi Ekl (5:24)
  2. Membresi Ekl (Rennie Foster remix) (4:53)
  3. Membresi Ekl (Drvg Cvltvre remix) (5:13)
  4. Membresi Ekl (Max Durante remix) (5:10)
  5. For Varden Pikre (5:06)
  6. For Varden Pikre (Ken Karter remix) (5:05)
  7. For Varden Pikre (Martyn Hare remix) (5:10)
  8. For Varden Pikre (Chris Moss Acid remix) (5:20)
Review: The latest release from "distorted rave and industrial sweat" specialist is something of an epic. It boasts two previously unheard tracks - the pitch-black, red-lined electro/techno intensity of the undeniably creepy "Membresi Ekl", and the all-out, mind-melting dancefloor assault that is "For Varden Pikre" - plus a swathe of remixes. We're particularly enjoying the sparse, industrial-influenced machine funk of Max Durante's rework of "Membresi Ekl", Drvg Cvltvre's psychedelic, acid-driven techno remix of the same track, and Martyn Hare's blistering industrial electro interpretation of "For Varden Pikre". Chris Moss's breakbeat-driven acid-rave version of the latter cut is pretty darn tasty, too.
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Ma Fleur (CD)
Cat: ZENCD 122. Rel: 05 May 07
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. To Build A Home
  2. Familiar Ground
  3. That Home
  4. Child Song
  5. Music Box
  6. Ma Fleur
  7. Prelude
  8. As The Stars Fall
  9. Into You
  10. Breathe
  11. Time & Space
Review: "Ma Fleur" is the first full studio album by Jason Swinscoe's Cinematic Orchestra since 2002's "Everyday". The record was written as the soundtrack to a specially commissioned screenplay for an imagined film (which may or may not be made). Shortly after finishing "Everyday", a piece of music which achieved great critical and commercial success, Jason Swinscoe relocated from East London to Paris. Here he began work on the instrumentals which would form the basis of his new record - more moods than finished tracks, a series of sketches or diagrams of directions to follow. Having completed a rough version by early 2005, he gave this to a friend who disappeared for three weeks and came back with short story scripts in which each scene represented a story of a different time in life, expressing the emotions which underpin the journey from birth to death. Jason then took this and worked some more on the tracks, and in turn gave this back to his scriptwriter, the two aspects of the project developing alongside one another. Gradually, Swinscoe recruited suitable vocalists for the atmospheres and themes he wanted to deal with. The remarkable Fontella Bass, who is now sadly in frail health, is the woman behind both legendary soul number "Rescue Me" as well as some of the Art Ensemble of Chicago's finest moments, had worked on "Everyday" and was an obvious choice to voice the parts of the elderly protagonist that Swinscoe envisaged. Mercury-nominated Lou Rhodes is not only a fantastic singer but a young mother and so perfect for the "mid-life" singer. The as-yet unheralded Patrick Watson, a remarkable vocalist from Montreal, became the youngest of the trio.
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Cat: CHIWAX 027. Rel: 03 Apr 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Noise Invaders (8:36)
  2. Cosmic War (5:45)
  3. Acid Rescue (13:50)
Review: As Psynote, Argentine producer Franco Cinelli released a couple of quietly impressive 12" singles in 2013 and 2014, but the project has lain dormant ever since. Here he re-launches it via a rather impressive return to the mighty Chiwax. Arguably the highlight is flipside "Acid Rescue", a formidably hypnotic dub techno outing rich in angular electronic pulses that runs for 14 mesmerizing minutes. That said, we're also enjoying Cinelli's A-side outings, where spacey and lo-fi electro jam "Noise Invaders" - check the wild synth solos and pitch-bend action - is followed by the deep space bleeps and sweaty ghetto-tech drums of "Cosmic War".
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Organism (LP)
Cat: BOT 005. Rel: 24 May 17
Electro
  1. Third Eye (5:40)
  2. Dopamine (5:25)
  3. Faust (5:27)
  4. Implicit Memory (6:14)
  5. Pathogen (5:29)
  6. Dark Matter (5:28)
  7. Organism (5:59)
  8. Scorched Earth (4:10)
Review: John Blackford's career got an early boost when he won a Moby remix composition. He then released one rather good EP of electro workouts on Bot in 2008, before all but disappearing. Organism marks his comeback from that extended hiatus and is really rather good. He begins with the dark, moody and intoxicating "Third Eye", before rolling through melodious, evocative cuts that variously tip a wink to hip-hop/IDM fusion ("Dopamine"), post-Drexciya dark-scapes (the jazzy "Faust"), spacey electronica ("Implicit Memory"), clandestine ambient ("Dark Matter") and slowly unfurling beauty (the creepy-but-blissful "Organism"). As returns go, it's really rather good.
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Cat: 370622 Rel: 20 Oct 09 • View all Audio cables
 
Serviceable XLR male to 1/4" TRS cable
Notes: The HSX-005 balanced 1/4" TRS male to 3-pin XLR male Audio Cable (5') from Hosa Technology is a professional audio cable that's perfect for touring and live sound applications where a device with a balanced 1/4" phone output needs to be connected to a device with an XLR input. The cable has top-quality REAN connectors for excellent durability and superior signal transfer.

The conductors are made from 24AWG oxygen-free copper to maintain a clear signal path. The cable also has 90% OFC spiral shielding for terrific flexibility and effective EMI and RFI rejection. The cable is 5' long and has a 1/4" TRS phone connector at one end and a 3-pin XLR male connector at the other.
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Notes: The Shockshell features Slappa's patented Core3 Technology which was designed to offer the most complete protection for your digital gear using 3 distinct layers of material that offer secure storage, shock absorbency and a solid barrier between your gear and the outside world, preventing scratches, dents and jarring. Tons of protection with surprisingly little bulk; the ShockShell adds only 0.75 cm to the thickness of your mini and weighs less than 3 oz.

You won't find another storage case for the iPod mini out there like the ShockShell. Join the industrial revolution. Impress fellow road warriors with this diamond-plate case in your grip, or on your hip.
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Notes: The Shockshell features Slappa's patented Core3 Technology which was designed to offer the most complete protection for your digital gear using 3 distinct layers of material that offer secure storage, shock absorbency and a solid barrier between your gear and the outside world, preventing scratches, dents and jarring. Tons of protection with surprisingly little bulk; the ShockShell adds only 0.75 cm to the thickness of your mini and weighs less than 3 oz.

You won't find another storage case for the iPod mini out there like the ShockShell. Join the industrial revolution. Impress fellow road warriors with this diamond-plate case in your grip, or on your hip.
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Cat: SOUL7 027. Rel: 29 Mar 12
Soul
  1. Audrey Freeman - "Three Rooms"
  2. Sammy Ambrose - "Welcome To Dreamsville"
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  1. Arctic Monkeys - "Leave Before The Lights Come On"
  2. The Newell Octet - "Baby I'm Yours"
Review: A brand new studio recording of the now live smash "Leave Before The Lights Come On" shows Alex Turner and gang further honing their songwriting craft with a track which could well turn out to be one of their finest.
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Cat: LEGO 150VL. Rel: 15 Nov 18
Soul
  1. Northern Soul (3:10)
  2. Coney Island Getaway (3:51)
Review: Australian in London Sarakula whips up a little time machine with this cheeky Legere 45"; "Northern Soul" takes us back a little earlier into Joel's back cat. Fully remastered, it remains an outstanding piece of thumping Costellian pop thanks to its striking piano line and driving drums. "Coney Island Getaway" brings us back to the present day with his recent album Love Club. Flexing a little more of a Roxy Music spirit in this one, there's some deep dreams coded into its DNA.
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Mirage (12")
Cat: LR 004. Rel: 13 Feb 14
Techno
  1. Saharan Ocean
  2. Velvet Grey
  3. Opaque Oasis
  4. Venus
Review: Although the Lovers Rock label run by Daniel Martin McCormick - better known as Ital - has previously been an output for his own music, this year see the label expand operations with records from other artists. Although a future collaborative 12? between Ital and Mutual Dreaming's Aurora Halal has also been promised, the label first looks to the music of Earthen Sea, the musical project of San Francisco artist Jacob Long, who previously performed alongside Martin-McCormick as part of Mi Ami. Although Long played bass as part of Mi Ami, the Earthen Sea project - which has released a number of cassettes since 2003 - sees him utilise various electronic textures to create his own immersive style of ambient music, which takes both a rhythmic and beatless approach incorporating elements of dub techno, drone and minimalist composition.
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Cat: TEL 028. Rel: 05 Jul 06
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Einhorn
  2. Ability To Change Your Mind
Review: "The Einhorn EP" with Dario Zenker marks the come back of Bruno Pronsato on Telegraph. The release includes 2 marathon tracks between live and production. After living in Wasserburg, Dario Zenker comes back to Munich. He began his DJ career at the Ultraschall club alongside the likes of Acid Mario or Vitalic vs The Hacker & Hometrainer. 2006 is the year of his first productions on Balcon, Num and Telegraph. Bruno Pronsato (aka Steven Ford) has been subverting expectations within techno's upper echelons since 2003 but the Seattle producer took a circuitous path to reach his current lofty status. After his acclaimed releases on Orac, Musique Risquée, Milnormodern and Telegraph, 2006 would be the year of his consecration!
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  1. Strung Out
  2. Prescriptions
Review: Late last year Los Angeles-based synth obsessive Nicholas Benedek made his PPU bow with a untitled album filled with untitled tracks, executed with the sort of lo-fi panache that fit the label to a tee. Here Benedek returns to PPU as RX, a rather surprising self-styled 'smog prog' project with LIES artist and LA Club Resources boss Delroy Edwards. Taking shape in a signature PPU 7 inch, both "Strung Out" and "Prescriptions" sound like a fine balance between the hazy boogie of Benedek and the tape degraded grit that's been a hallmark of Edwards work since his emergence on L.I.E.S.
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Glass Body (12")
Cat: HTH 022. Rel: 17 Jul 14
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Glass Body
  2. Halo Heart
  3. All Our Beasts
  4. Black Birds
  5. Drops Of Armour
  6. Halo Heart (Asher Levitas remix)
Review: With a name that nods to My Bloody Valentine it's not surprising to hear a whisper of shoegaze sneaking into this debut single from Soft As Snow. As the latest signing to Houndstooth this release sits comfortably next to the gothic tinges of Snow Ghost, with vocalist Oda Egjar Starheim calling to mind Karin Dreijer Andersson of The Knife and Fever Ray fame. There's a canny mixture of noirish pop and expansive electronica, with the duo unafraid to embrace snappy time signature changes and bombastic choruses in amidst the more subtle elements of their sound. With five distinctive songs to announce themselves in addition to a remix from Old Apparatus alumni Asher Levitas, Glass Body is a powerful debut for an act set to tear up festival circuits in the near future.
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