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  1. The Gospel Truth - "He Can Do It" (3:51)
  2. McKinley Sandifer - "I Am The Vine" (instrumental) (3:28)
Review: The first two volumes in Tone B Nimble's superb, gospel-focused "Soul Is My Salvation" series sold like hot cakes (or, perhaps more accurately in these times, bottles of hand sanitiser), so we're expecting this third volume to fly off the shelves too. On side A you'll find "He Can Do It" by The Gospel Truth, a suitably hard-to-find chunk of gospel-boogie warmth originally released in 1981. The Keith Williams-helmed group add their harmony vocals to a super-sweet backing track rich in cascading saxophone solos, jangly pianos and warm bass. Things heat up on side B, where McKinkey Sandifer takes over with the rare instrumental version of funk-fuelled 1982 gospel-disco-meets-jazz-funk jam "I Am The Vine".
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Cat: TR 278. Rel: 26 Mar 20
Soul
  1. Standing On His Word (2:37)
  2. Waiting For My Baby (2:00)
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Cyclia Two (12")
Cat: RB 0862. Rel: 25 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Future Fantasy (6:28)
  2. One Night In P Bar (6:25)
  3. Dutch Gold (6:44)
  4. Genesis (6:04)
Review: Krystal Klear knows a thing or two about making big dance floor tracks, and now he proves that again with tunes inspired by Jim Henson's psychedelic and cinematic nightclub fantasy of the late 1960's. The results are further-retro disco dazzlers with piebald leads, crystalline pads and chattering claps that all fizz with energy. "Future Fantasy" is the brightest of the lot, while "One Night In P Bar" gets more dark and dirty. "Dutch Gold" is an all out disco-trance anthem to get hands in the air and "Genesis" brings you back down to earth with long legged disco grooves and shimmering arps.
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Relax (limited 7" repress)
Cat: ATH 013. Rel: 27 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Relax (3:30)
  2. Malandrinha (4:09)
Review: The Brazilian disco and boogie scene of the late '70s and early '80s has been in the spotlight of late, with several labels releasing celebratory compilations of killer material. Here, Athens of the North get in on the act, re-issuing Painel De Controle's relaxed, jazz-funk influenced jam "Relax", a single B-side and album track originally released in 1979. Like many of the greatest Brazilian disco/boogie records of the period, it's loose, lovely and really rather sumptuous, inviting you to dance while offering a saucer-eyed hug with arms outstretched. Flip for the less celebrated, but no less potent, 1978 cut "Malandrinha", a bossa-tinged number that's almost unfeasibly sunny.
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Acid Royale (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ACIWAX 21. Rel: 09 Mar 20
Techno
  1. MDM Anal (7:01)
  2. Don't Get Caught (5:54)
  3. Acid Royale (6:50)
  4. Go Skiiing (5:03)
Review: All hail the return of our goal-scoring squelch lord, Roy Of The Ravers. Kicking the grass up back where he belongs on Acid Waxa, the modern acid hero sounds as crucial as ever on this cheeky EP. "MDM Anal" is a sludgy cut revolving around a bloated bass arp and really simple kick-clap beat. "Don't Get Caught" ramps up the 303 action for some smart acid jack with a little extra spring in its step. "Acid Royale" is more of an epic saga for those who like a sense of narrative with their jack, in this case coming on like a late-'80s role-playing book. Rolling the dice and turning to the B2, we're confronted with the simultaneously gorgeous and unhinged "Go Skiing", which sounds like it could stack it on a mogul at any moment.
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Cat: RESISTA 011. Rel: 16 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Love Directions (10:58)
  2. Love Jelly (6:58)
Review: Some two years after their last outing on Love Circle, Gerry Rooney and Joel Martin bring their quirky - and, let's face it, on-point - Velvet Season & The Hearts of Gold project back to Resista for more dusty-fingered re-edit adventures. On the A-side they take their scalpels to a groovy slab of string-laden disco-soul rich in twinkling electric piano solos, hazy vocals ("move in all directions, come on follow me"), sharp strings and tactile grooves. Flipside "Love Jelly" is arguably even better, with the experienced twosome having their wicked way with a bustling chunk of trumpet and Hammond organ-laden jazz-funk. The track's drum breaks and yearning chords are particularly alluring, making it a toe-tapping, hip-wiggling treat.
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Watchin' Out (limited 7" repress)
Cat: ATH 005. Rel: 20 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Watchin' Out (3:17)
  2. Dazed (3:44)
Review: More dusty-fingered funk and reissue fun from DJ Fryer's prolific Athens of the North imprint. As usual, these tracks are pretty darn obscure; they both dropped on the Split Decision Band's 1978 debut on the obscure Network Records imprint. "Watchin' Out" is a tight-but-loose chunk of hazy disco-era funk with a sturdy backbeat and particularly rousing horns. It will slip into both funk and disco sets with ease. Flipside "Dazed" is altogether slower, with sparser production emphasizing the quality of the parping, razor-sharp horns. It's a superb alternative to the equally admirable A-side. Another winner from Athens of the North.
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Cat: DD 028. Rel: 10 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. French Affair (Dimitri From Tokyo edit) (7:12)
  2. Sfunky (Dimitri From Tokyo edit) (6:25)
Review: ** Repress ** Disco Deviance surface for the first time this brandishing a pair of highly prized edits from the man, the myth, the maverick that is Dimitri From Tokyo! Dimitri goes where celebrated Frenchmen Alex Gopher and Etienne de Crecy have been before, re-arranging a seasonal classic from Miss Donna Summer on "French Affair" in suitably slinky style. Flip over and our Dimitri drops a rather dynamic tweak of a Bob James classic - there's no higher ideas at play here both edits are meant for the floor!
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Cat: POEM 013. Rel: 09 Mar 20
Deep House
  1. By Myself (4:37)
  2. By Myself (dub) (4:36)
  3. Club Bang (4:46)
  4. Serpent Energy (5:27)
  5. Fired Up (6:18)
Review: Atlanta-based Stefan Ringer may not be one of the highest profile deep house producer's around, but over the last six years he's quietly amassed a decent discography. "Feels Rite" is his first outing of 2020 and sees him appear on People Of Earth for the very first time. Opener "Be Myself" is particularly potent, with Ringer offering up a loose, languid and soulful take on MPC-made house full of distant male vocals, rich chords and sci-fi synths. "Club Bang", a trippy late night affair that sounds like a future basement-bothering classic, is another standout cut, though the warm and toasty, funk-tinged deep house jazziness of closing cut "Fired Up" is almost as inspired.
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Cat: RB 088. Rel: 05 Mar 20
Deep House
  1. Garden Party (7:21)
  2. Parade D'amour (5:34)
  3. Juke City (6:23)
  4. Wood & Neon (5:18)
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Cat: MT 001. Rel: 11 Mar 20
Funk
  1. Mighty Ryeders - "Evil Vibrations" (3:48)
  2. Family Tree - "Family Tree" (4:39)
Review: Those who've studied the history of hip-hop will know the crucial role these two tracks played in the early Bronx block party scene. Later down the line, golden era hip-hop artists extensively sampled both records, making their breaks amongst the most recognizable in rap. On the A-side you'll find The Mighty Ryeders hazy, glassy-eyed 1970s soul classic "Evil Vibrations", a cut that many will recognize from its use in De La Soul's "A Roller Skating Jam Named Saturdays". Over on side B there's a chance to savour Family Tree's disco-funk era workout "Family Tree", a heavier affair that remains as fresh in 2020 as it did when it was first released in 1975.
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NFRV 004 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NFRV 004. Rel: 16 Mar 20
Deep House
  1. The Journey Men - "Feelings" (6:29)
  2. Local Options - "Makin’ Moves" (6:19)
  3. Saison - "A Good Thang" (7:06)
  4. Cpen - "Jus Music" (6:11)
Review: The No Fuss crew hit release number four with another sharply selected range of tracks from some hot property in the deep house scene. Opening up the A side is The Journey Men - a London based crew who know how to keep things soulful but headsy for the floor. Local Options follow up with a tuff, bumping cut with a cheeky dash of dubbiness thrown in for good measure. No Fuss mainstay Saison sets off the B side in fine style with the nagging micro house shuffle of "A Good Thang", before Cpen seals the deal with the garage-speckled immersion of "Jus Music". There's high grade house music throughout this 12" - one not to be slept on!
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Cat: NER 24790. Rel: 28 Feb 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Gary's Gang - "Let's Lovedance Tonight" (Danny Krivit 7" edit) (5:19)
  2. Convertion - "Let's Do It" (Danny Krivit 7" edit) (5:39)
Played by: LEGO EDIT
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Cat: MC 038. Rel: 13 Mar 20
Deep House
  1. Love Your Brother (6:08)
  2. Love Your Dub (3:00)
  3. Gratiot's Tiger (5:21)
Review: Back in the late 1990s French twosome DJ Deep and Julien Jabre released a handful of fine - and now hard to find - EPs as "The Deep". 1997's "The Earth EP" was arguably the strongest of the lot, hence this re-mastered reissue from the on-point Mint Condition camp. Heading up the EP is "Love Your Brother", a fine fusion of swinging, tech-tinged grooves, US garage style organ stabs and effortlessly soulful vocal samples that sounds every bit as far-sighted in 2020 as it did back in the day. Over on the flip you'll find the stripped back and slightly spacey sounding "Love Your Dub" revision, as well as original flipside "Gratiot's Tiger", a slightly woozier and dreamier chunk of deep house/tech-house fusion.
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Cat: NER 24907. Rel: 09 Mar 20
Funky/Club House
  1. How He Works (feat Nico Vega - Nico Funk dub 2) (5:40)
  2. How He Works (feat Nico Vega - Nico Funki dub 1) (5:32)
  3. Can't Slow Down (4:57)
  4. Vince Montana Tribute (7:08)
Review: Louie Vega's forthcoming "Expansions In The NYC" album was apparently created in part as a tribute to the roots of house music as he sees them. You'll find plenty of nods to classic styles of old in this second sampler EP. The A-side boasts two thrill-a-minute, sweat-soaked "Nico Funki" dubs of "How He Works" - muscular and forthright affairs rich in squelchy proto-house bass, righteous vocal samples and a nagging, almost familiar piano riff. The fun continues on side B via the breezy brilliance of "Can't Slow Down" - a fine slab of organic, disco-tinged house in Vega's now familiar style - and the superb "Vince Montana Tribute", a cut in the style of the vibraphone player and Salsoul arranger complete with Candido style disco drums.
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Bucktown (7")
Cat: NER 24875. Rel: 05 Mar 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Bucktown (4:15)
  2. Bucktown (instrumental) (4:13)
Review: Given the recent upsurge in interest in '90s "golden era" hip-hop, we're not all that surprised to see a new pressing of this lesser-celebrated NYC gem - an early highlight from the now long-serving Smif-N-Wessun crew. It first landed in 1994 on house imprint Nervous' relatively short-lived rap offshoot Wreck. "Bucktown" is reminiscent of A Tribe Called Quest cuts from the period, with on-point raps rising above suitably dusty beats and prominent samples from Jack Bruce's 1970 jazz-rock classic "Born To Be Blue". This seven-inch single version boasts both vocal and instrumental versions with the latter naturally allowing the smoky jazz samples a little more room to breathe.
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SURM O1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SURM 01. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Ron & Roland - "Nassaur Bassed Party" (6:46)
  2. Spacebunny - "Spacebunny" (6:29)
  3. Coke, Stoned & Bailey's - "Your Dad" (6:01)
Review: Surreal was a sublabel of Swag Records that operated around the tech house scene of the mid to late '90s. After 17 years of silence, the label awakens from its slumber to repress a few of the choicest cuts from the back catalogue. First up is Ron & Roland, otherwise known as Laurant Webb, whose acid-laced "Nassaur Bassed Party" sounds as fresh and infectious as it did back in '96. Spacebunny's self-titled opus takes thing deeper, but there's still a strident metallic groove that harks back to the early days of tech house in fine style. Cheeky trio Coke, Stoned & Bailey's only made a couple of drops on Surreal, but "Your Dad" is surely one of the strongest - a rubbery acid line and splashes of dub all over the shop.
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Turn Off The Lights (limited 7" repress)
Cat: AOE 008. Rel: 20 Mar 20
Funk
  1. Turn Off The Lights (4:13)
  2. Fuel For The Fire (3:53)
Review: Sampled by the likes of Groove Armada and The Herbaliser, "Turn Off The Lights" runs with one of those bass licks you've known forever without realising. Flip for the jazz boogie badness of "Fuel For The Fire". Taken from the same 1975 album, here we find the same vocalist, Linda Logan, sharpening her tongue and getting her scat on with furiously funky results. Hard to find on 45, it's yet another example of AOTN's expert curation prowess.
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Cat: MOUNTAIN 015. Rel: 18 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track (8:17)
  2. Track 2 (6:48)
  3. Track 3 (6:48)
Review: The Mountain People have a cult status amongst minimal house heads for good reason - their approach feeds the scene's finest parties, but they always retain a certain kink in their tracks that deviates from formulaic genre studies. So it goes on this latest drop on their own label, which leads in with a stunning long form track that packs a nuanced groove into the low end and plays with a limber acid line over the top, holding the filter down low and only opening it up at the choicest of moments. There's also some bouncier, swinging monosynth machine funk to be enjoyed, all executed with originality and subtlety - essential ingredients for the best minimal house.
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1 Thing Breaks (white vinyl 7" limited to 150 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: BBB 002WHITE. Rel: 18 Mar 20
Funk
  1. 1 Thing Breaks (instrumental Funk Breaks version) (3:57)
  2. Gotta Work The Funk Breaks (instrumental Breaks version) (3:14)
Review: Super limited colour wax issue with a 45 on a relatively new Stateside label that does what it says on the tin. Big drum breaks that work in their own right in instrumental form for these two massive dancefloor funk breaks soul classics with the debut release for both tracks in a single 7" vinyl format (albeit here in a small run on white wax). Heavy on the drums, heavy on the brass with driving instrumentation to take your dancefloor to B-Boy moves heaven.
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MYEDITS 001 (hand-stamped 1-sided 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: MYEDITS 001. Rel: 11 Mar 20
Deep House
  1. Track 1 (6:30)
Review: Another week, another new re-edit series of mysterious origin. There's literally no info about the producer (or producers) behind this particular single-sided salvo, or the source material they've tampered with. Regardless, we'd heartily recommend giving it a listen. Firmly focused on peak-time floors, it wraps cut-up and manipulated female rap vocals over a formidably bouncy, turn-of-the-90s house beat and a rubbery synthesizer bassline so infectious you might need to self-isolate for two weeks after hearing it. This is hip-shaking, toe-tapping, arms-flailing retro-futurist hip-house at its very best: ignore at your peril!
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Played by: GOLDEN FLEECE
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Sam DON/VARIOUS
For The Love Of You (unmixed CD)
Cat: AOTNCD 031. Rel: 26 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Peter Huntingdale - "Rocking You Eternally"
  2. Christine Lewin - "Juicy Fruit"
  3. Pure Silk - "Don't Let Love Get You Down"
  4. Al Charles - "Outstanding"
  5. Karen Dixon - "I Want To Be Free"
  6. George Posse - "Touch A Four Leaf Clover" (feat Toyin Adekale)
  7. Misses Misty - "Mellow Mellow Ride On"
  8. Trevor Hartley - "The Look In Your Eyes"
  9. Family Love - "Do Me Baby"
  10. Michael Prophet - "Body Fusion"
  11. Michael Gordon - "What You Won't Do For Love"
  12. Simplicity - "For The Love Of You"
Review: Edinburgh's Athens Of The North label is endlessly flawless and this time around they pull together the special lovers rock covers they put out at the end of last year onto a superbly strong 12 track compilation. It arrives just in time for the warmer months and has been curated by Sam Don and overseen by label boss Euan Fryer. Standouts include Christine Lewin's lush take on the heavily sampled "Juicy Fruit" while the lo-fi bliss of Al Charles's "Outstanding" is another one to swell the heart and sooth the soul. For more sentimental moments check Family Love's "Do Me Baby." Overall, though, this is a must buy.
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Cat: HOTC 149. Rel: 24 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Fairytale Frequency (6:57)
  2. Sundancing (5:33)
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Cat: FLH 7093. Rel: 26 Mar 20
Funk
  1. Huxley's Howl (2:51)
  2. My Blues (4:08)
Review: "Huxley's Howl" by Bay-area keyboard savant Howard Wales was originally released as a 7in single in the early '70s on his own Costal Records imprint. Luv N'Haight is proud to present the first official reissue of this classic slice of mid-tempo, instrumental funk, loaded with stabbing horns, explosive Hammond organ and heavy drums with a nice dose of psychedelic vibes to round out it out. The B-side "My Blues" chugs along at a slower pace, with a "bluesier" sound as the title suggests while keeping the same killer psych flavor as the A-side.

Known primarily for his work alongside Grateful Dead frontman Jerry Garcia on their collaborative album "Hooteroll" while also appearing on the Dead's seminal "American Beauty" LP, Howard Wales had already established himself as a talented player during the mid-1960's working and touring with the likes of Ronnie Hawkins, the Four Tops and the Godfather of Soul himself James Brown. A true original and progenitor of the oft-used but mostly maligned "Acid Jazz" genre, Howard Wales paved the way for the psychotropically enhanced excursions of 70s' Jazz, Funk, Soul and fusion.
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Minimal Vision II (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: VIBR 005. Rel: 23 Jan 17
Deep House
  1. Cyclops (7:20)
  2. Vertigo (5:25)
  3. Sea Bird (6:14)
  4. Once Upon A Time In Labaro (4:42)
  5. C 119 (4:48)
  6. Repetition (6:36)
  7. Ritual (3:04)
  8. Satellite (4:45)
  9. Ghost Submarine (4:44)
Review: After the widespread success of the first Minimal Vision compilation on the resurgent Vibraphone Recordings, The True Underground Sound Of Rome return with a second volume that takes in tracks made over a 23 year period. What comes across is how consistent the sound is, whenever an individual jam was made. The same heavy-lidded melodics and easy-funking rhythm sections prevail across all nine cuts here, at times hitting the uplifting pace of "Vertigo" or heading into the meditative pastures of "Sea Bird", but always maintaining that quintessential Vibraphone feeling. The diggers will be happy to snag the reissued tracks as well as discovering completely fresh material from Rome's premier deep house institution.
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Descent (12")
Cat: CKNOWEP 24. Rel: 19 Mar 20
Electro
  1. Descent (6:18)
  2. Undertones (6:26)
  3. Cascade (5:29)
  4. Displaced (5:34)
Review: The Craigie Knowes catalogue is full of mighty fine machine music, though it's only in recent times that the Scottish imprint has embraced electro. This 12" comes from one of electro's longest-serving talents, British scene stalwart Carl Finlow. As you'd expect, the quality threshold remains impressively high throughout, with Finlow breakdancing between deep, poignant electro/synth-pop fusion ("Descent"), starburst, ultra-melodious electronic bliss (the body-popping flex of "Undertones"), hard-wired mutant funk ("Cascade") and stretched-out electronic soundscapes that sit somewhere between pitched-down electro and evocative ambient techno. Finlow is a master at squeezing every last drop of emotion from his machines so it's no surprise that this EP is another emotive, mood enhancing treat.
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Toe To Toe Vol 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HARDGROOVE 30. Rel: 16 Mar 20
Techno
  1. Mella Dee - "01302" (999 mix) (5:33)
  2. Mella Dee - "01302" (OG mix) (5:57)
  3. Subradeon - "A New Sun Is Rising" (5:25)
  4. Subradeon - "The Light" (5:26)
Review: Hardgroove continues its productive run in the fiercer realms of techno science with a showcase of two utterly essential artists picked from the current crop. Mella Dee is sounding absolutely on fire on "01302", which comes in two distinct but equally brilliant versions. With both, strict rhythmic structures work as a vessel for insanely catchy synth riffs as tasteful as they are infectious - scene-stealing techno at its finest. Subradeon brings a hefty dose of Robert Hood-flavoured minimal funk to "A New Sun Is Rising", and does it supremely well. "The Light" follows a similarly looped up path, but here the synth line is a more fluid rush that gives the track a softer landing without losing its imposing stature. This is big room tackle with brains to match the brawn.
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Cat: R84 002. Rel: 30 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. V's King Supreme (7:33)
  2. V's Miss Siam (6:26)
  3. Automatic (remix) (6:57)
  4. TT - "Dub Inside" (Robot84 Balearic Re Work) (7:56)
Review: The Robot84 team of Andy Williams and Scott Ferguson have already struck gold on a number of occasions with their cool and deadly disco edits, and they're at it once again with this scene-approved dose of peak time party fuel. "V's King Supreme" is a cheeky, feel-good disco house burner with all the funk poured in and the campness bursting out like a glitter fountain. "V's Miss Siam" is a fierce Italo thumper with a pulsing arpeggio and spine-tingling synth licks on top. "Automatic (Remix)" is a smart and snappy slice of electronic disco while the "Balearic Re-Work" of TT's "Dub Inside" smooths things out with an early 90s flavoured baggy roller par excellence.
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Velvet (CD)
Cat: ERE 551. Rel: 19 Mar 20
Pop
  1. Velvet
  2. Superpower
  3. Stranger You Are
  4. Loverboy
  5. Roses (feat Nile Rodgers)
  6. Closer To You
  7. Overglow
  8. Comin In Hot
  9. On The Moon
  10. Love Dont
  11. Ready To Run
  12. New Eyes
  13. Feel Something
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Cat: ERK 006. Rel: 24 Mar 20
Deep House
  1. All Massive (5:00)
  2. Naive (5:59)
  3. Heartfelt (6:03)
  4. DJ Kawasaki - "Where Would We Be" (feat Paul Randolph & Makoto - Lay-Far unreleased dub) (6:16)
Played by: Tomi Chair
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Earth EP (12")
Cat: GUDU 003. Rel: 20 Mar 20
Deep House
  1. Jigoo (with Peggy Gou) (6:31)
  2. Not Sure How I Would (6:05)
  3. One Itself (5:23)
Review: Here's something of a surprise: an EP from perennial deep house and disco eccentric Maurice Fulton on Peggy Gou's hyped Gudu imprint. The Sheffield-based American joins forces with Gou on A-side "Jigoo", with the pair peppering a squelchy synth bassline and Chicago house style drums with smile-inducing piano riffs and swirling electronics. Fulton reverts to weirdo disco mode on B-side opener "Not Sure I Would", a hard-to-describe number that contains many of his usual aural flourishes (live-sounding drums, bonkers bass, Clavinets, spiraling synth sounds etc), before flitting between African style hand percussion and taut machine drums on fine percussion workout "One Itself".
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Lies (limited 7" repress)
Cat: ATH 011. Rel: 27 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Lies (4:27)
  2. Is It Cool? (4:07)
Review: We've become accustomed to Athens of the North delivering 7" singles packed full of obscure gems. Interestingly, the two tracks here - as great as they are - are relatively easy to come by, both being featured on GQ's overlooked by readily available 1980 album GQ Two. Even so, they're more than worthy of the reissue treatment, with A-side "Lies" - previously re-edited by Theo Parrish for his Ugly Edits series - offering a particularly sweet dose of warm and fuzzy disco/soul fusion. Flispide "Is It Cool" is almost as essential, with soaring horns and a killer bassline combining perfectly with the band's urgent, attractive vocals.
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House Music All Night Long (12" (comes in different coloured sleeves, we cannot guarantee which one you will receive))
Cat: RT 0124T. Rel: 27 Mar 20
Indie
  1. House Music All Night Long (5:55)
  2. House Music All Night Long (Jason JACK IS mix) (6:07)
Review: It's up for debate whether house music managed to create for itself the best tagline of any genre, ever, but either way Jarv Is clearly wants to appeal to our sense of nostalgia and community with this two-track EP that is pretty much quintessential fare when it comes to the canon's emotive sound. Opening with the original mix, expect the kind of euphoric party vibes combined with a slight sense of reflective melancholia that can really make one track stand apart from so many of its four-to-the-floor peers. Warm vibes, soaring vocals and an epic, almost-gospel charged chorus. Flip it to find something a little closer to acid, jaggedly rave synth lines and staccato strings abound. Altogether exactly what you want to really set the house party off.
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  1. Pawel Kobak - "In Your Dreams Baby" (6:18)
  2. Callisto & DKMA - "Manga" (Adam Jace mix) (7:06)
  3. Mateo & Matos - "Joy 2 My Life" (Dennis Collado mix) (5:53)
  4. Vincent Floyd - "Economy Of Motion" (Vincent Inc remix) (7:38)
Review: We still don't know exactly who's behind these crucial drops on 14th Level Of Paradise, but at least we can be sure of the quality every time a new slab lands from on high. On this edition, Pawel Kobak opens up proceedings with a sweet, disco-sauteed heater with oodles of gorgeous instrumentation over a tough drum machine jack. Deep house don Callisto and DKMA get their sublime "Manga" reworked by Adam Jace, while Dennis Collado gets busy with Mateo & Matos' "Joy 2 My Life" in a dose of pure house uplift. Vincent Floyd's "Economy Of Emotion" is the final track, tastefully remixed by Vincent Inc who folds some subtle synth flourishes over the top of the crisp groove.
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Cat: TEXT 051CD. Rel: 27 Mar 20
Deep House
  1. School
  2. Baby
  3. Harpsichord
  4. Teenage Birdsong
  5. Romantics
  6. Love Salad
  7. Insect Near Piha Beach
  8. Hi Hello
  9. ISTM
  10. Something In The Sadness
  11. 1993 Band Practice
  12. Green
  13. Bubbles At Overlook 25th March 2019
  14. 4T Recordings
  15. This Is For You
  16. Mama Teaches Sanskrit
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Homesick #8 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HMSK 008. Rel: 16 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Cocaina (Trent edit) (6:01)
  2. RR Trippy Express (Trent edit) (6:36)
  3. Rock Your Body (Trent edit) (6:29)
  4. Something Different (Trent edit) (6:17)
Review: The Homesick crew have proven themselves to be impeccable arbiters of taste when it comes to edits, and who they commission to do the slicing and dicing. Italian DJ Trent was last spotted alongside Juan Ramos in Greenvision for CockTail d'Amore, and can be found holding it down in Berlin alongside Afro cosmic legend Beppe Loda. That tells you all you need to know about the standard of edits we're dealing with here - heavy drumming, cosmic synth wigging freak-out jams with grit, soul, depth and a beautiful 70s sound that oozes like honey from the speakers. Stunning stuff from start to finish.
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The Greatest Part Of Loving (limited 7" repress)
Cat: ATH 009. Rel: 27 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. The Greatest Part Of Loving
  2. Fun
Review: Straight out of the early '80s, "The Greatest Part Of Loving" was penned and produced by Adell Shavers and Was Not Was's David McMurray. A silky piece of contemporary Detroit boogie, "The Greatest Part Of Loving" was criminally serviced and never felt the spotlight it deserved; until now that is thanks to The Athens Of The North crew. Backed up with the fittingly titled stomping disco funk cut "Fun", this limited 7" covers both sides of the dance with the attention to detail and care we've come to expect from AOTN.
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MR SCRUFF/VARIOUS
DJ Kicks (mixed CD)
K7
Cat: K7 387CD. Rel: 27 Mar 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Iona Fortune - "Da You"
  2. Equiknoxx - "The Link"
  3. Black Pocket - "Thank You & Credits"
  4. Vernon Maytone - "Old Pan Sound"
  5. Tiger - "When"
  6. DJ Nervoso - "Kuia"
  7. Andreya Triana - "Gold" (Max Graef remix)
  8. Sudan Archives - "Wake Up"
  9. Emilio Santiago - "Bananeira"
  10. Rosa Maria - "Samba Minerio"
  11. Laurel Aitken - "Sexy Boogie"
  12. Antibalas - "Si Se Puede (Battle Of The Species)"
  13. Tony Allen - "Gbedu B"
  14. Natural Self - "The Sound"
  15. Dobie - "Magenta"
  16. Errorsmith - "My Party"
  17. Mr Scruff vs CyberPunkJazz - "3001: A Space Disco Remix"
  18. Ding Dong - "Badman Forward Badman Pull Up"
  19. Fats Comet - "Dub Storm"
  20. Paddy Steer - "Loufoque"
  21. Andy Ash - "Ease Yourself"
  22. Mr Scruff - "Where Am I?"
  23. Max Graef - "No 5"
  24. GMM/Alexander Robotnick - "A Love Supreme" (feat Stefano Cocco Cantini - extended)
  25. Hashim - "We're Rocking The Planet"
  26. Zongamin - "Nonstop"
  27. Bumcello - "Frborn" (Mr Scruff edit)
  28. Archie Pelago - "Brown Oxford"
  29. Seiji - "Loose Lips" (feat Lyric L)
  30. Snowboy & The Latin Section - "Carga Tu Bateria"
  31. Drymbago - "Chupacabra"
Review: Although he's one of the most revered DJs in the UK with a wide following of like-minded eclectic music heads, Mr Scruff very rarely releases mix albums or compilations. It's for this reason that his edition of the "DJ Kicks" series is such a big deal. That mix itself - available on CD and digital download - is naturally superb, but his selections, which are showcased here in unmixed, DJ-friendly form, are also top-notch. Starting with the drowsy hip-hop soul of Max Graef's jazzy rework of Andreya Triana's "Gold", the Manchester veteran offers up a hot-to-trot mixture of downtempo soul (Sudan Archives), off-kilter Afro-tech (Tiger), ragga (Ding Dong), Floating Points style house (his own hook-up with CyberPunkJazz), drum workouts (Andy Ash), synth-powered proto-house (Alexander Robotnik), Latin beats and much more besides. Ace.
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VOOO (12")
Cat: MORD 067. Rel: 27 Mar 20
Techno
  1. VOOO (5:37)
  2. OPPP (6:04)
  3. POPP (5:54)
  4. VVOV (6:00)
Played by: CHIRAYA
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Collections Volume Eleven (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PPC 11. Rel: 02 Sep 19
UK Garage
  1. Cultured Pearls - "Mother Earth" (Hoff Optimistic House edit) (9:28)
  2. Night Society - "You Turn Me On" (Lounge mix) (7:34)
  3. J.J. Carn - "I Don’t Know Why" (dub mix) (5:26)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: There's always a shot of dopamine that hits when Plastik People unveil another of their impeccably formed garage 12"s. Bringing that bumping New Jersey sound back as a source of pride and pleasure, they've got some seriously in demand cuts on here. Hoff's edit of Cultured Pearls' "Mother Earth" has long been an in demand jam tucked away on a double pack of major label remixes, but now its available in all its glory. Night Society's "You Turn Me On" is a fierce, incredibly funky bumper, and J. J. Carn's "I Don't Know Why" rocks that MIDI sax vibe like no other.
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Cat: CTM 001V. Rel: 11 Mar 20
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Atlantic Dawn (4:30)
  2. Mediterranean Tribal (2:41)
  3. Sentimental Coast (6:41)
  4. Vibechos (5:26)
Review: Since debuting on the sadly departed Aficionado label six years ago, Mikhail Khvasko's A Vision Of Panorama project has become one of the more reliable sources of sun-kissed Balearic soundscapes. He's in a particularly cheery and positive mood on this first outing of 2020, confidently skipping between jazz-funk influenced Balearic boogie (tasty opener "Atlantic Dawn"), late-80s style deep breakbeat haziness (the swelling chords, toe-tapping beats and Nu Guinea style synthesizer flourishes of "Mediterranean Tribal"), languid sunrise warmth (standout "Sentimental Coast", whose twinkling piano solos are sublime) and bubbly, synth-propelled jazziness (the similarly awesome "Vibechos"). In other words, it's another must-have collection of cuts from a modern Balearic maestro.
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Cat: HE 01. Rel: 23 Mar 20
Electro
  1. MSRG - "You Don't Need To Know" (4:30)
  2. MSRG - "Jais" (5:32)
  3. MSRG - "Rak Funk" (3:31)
  4. Reedale Rise - "Languid Bodies" (5:17)
  5. Reedale Rise - "Manifest" (6:26)
Review: For the first release on Electronic Leatherette sub-label Heretic Electro, the Latvian label has chosen to showcase tracks by two artists inspired by the sound world of Detroit deep sea voyagers Drexciya (hence the "Aquatic Experience" title). MRSG handles side A, swimming between the snappy, funk-fuelled "You Don't Need To Know" (all trippy electronics, chunky bass and liquid synth motifs), the deeper and more emotive "Jais" and the melodious warmth of "Rak Funk", which sits somewhere between the previous two tracks sonically speaking. On side B Reedale Rise takes over, first wrapping metallic electronics, drowsy chords and bubbly acid lines around a snappy beat on "Languid Bodies", before offering up the bolder - but still melodically rush-inducing - "Manifest".
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Don't Wanna Cry No More (reissue) (7" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: FNGR 001/AJX 491S. Rel: 04 Mar 20
Soul
  1. Don't Wanna Cry No More (feat Gerri Granger) (3:40)
  2. Sunglasses After Dark (part 1) (3:55)
Review: Acid Jazz has joined forces with Argentine producer Kevin Fingier to launch a label dedicated to his productions, all of which breathe new life into 1960s and '70s style funk, soul and boogaloo. This inaugural release is something of a peach. A-side "Don't Wanna Cry No More" sounds like a Mod scene anthem in waiting - a rasping, horn-heavy slab of soul/rhythm and blues fusion that sounds like it could have been made around 1966. Over on side B the Mod vibes grow even stronger via "Sunglasses After Dark (Part 1)", a Hammond-heavy instrumental wrapped in addictive bass, jazzy drums, fluid vibraphone solos and pert saxophone stabs.
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Cat: WS 037. Rel: 25 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. A Star... In The Sky (5:08)
  2. A Star... In The Sky (Aimes Mystical Vision mix) (6:00)
  3. A Star... In The Sky (Hardway Bros remix) (6:15)
  4. We Are Eternal (6:10)
  5. We Are Eternal (Massimiliano Pagliara remix) (6:32)
  6. We Are Eternal (Que Sakamoto & NT remix) (6:20)
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Need To Feel Love (red marbled vinyl 10")
Cat: LOVE 2020. Rel: 27 Mar 20
Drum And Bass
  1. Need To Feel Love (5:02)
  2. Need Your Loving (5:39)
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Cat: BAP 136. Rel: 23 Mar 20
Electro
  1. Special Friend (feat Play Paul) (4:23)
  2. Rhythm 55 (4:43)
  3. Jean-Michel (4:26)
  4. Space Jowblob (3:46)
Review: Fresh from a debut EP on My Robot Friend that featured collaborations with Chicks On Speed, Captain Mustache pitches up on Bordello A Parigi for the very first time. It's a great collection of tracks all told, with Play Paul collaboration "Special Friend" in particular offering a pitch-perfect blend of body-popping electro beats, thrusting analogue bass and Mascara-clad, wave-style lead vocals. "Rhythm 55" is a brilliant blend of spacey lead lines, squelchy bass and relaxed electro beats, while "Jean-Michel" doffs a cap to the great Mr Jarre via bold synthesizer melodies, spacey chords and bustling beats. Cheery closing cut "Space Jowblob", a wonderfully lo-fi affair full of 8-bit melodies and druggy bass, is also top-notch.
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Cat: BCR 102. Rel: 27 Mar 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Grow Forever (3:14)
  2. Now It's Your Turn To Sing (3:14)
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Fum (12")
Cat: CPU 01010101. Rel: 26 Mar 20
Electro
  1. Verd Mar (4:41)
  2. D'Un Altre Planeta (5:41)
  3. Fum (5:31)
  4. Promeses De Fusta (5:00)
Review: Sheffield's Central Processing Unit's good work continues with a return to the label for Annie Hall. It comes four years after her last and is another sleek electro offering from the future. "Verd Mar" is an edgy affair with glass melodies that keep you in suspense as heavy bass trudges below, but the pace picks up with the superb Detroit electro funk of "D'Un Altre Planeta". The title track gets more into it with its razor edge synths and hall of mirrors effects, before "Promeses De Fusta" closes out with a serene atmosphere that has you gazing far off into the distance.
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Cat: MTRON 018. Rel: 27 Mar 20
Electro
  1. Red Pyramid (5:37)
  2. Chemical Confidence (6:02)
  3. Anti Tune (4:35)
  4. Endless Octopus (5:30)
  5. Geister Fabrik (7:22)
Review: L.F.T.'s brand of electro is punked out and industrial, with flashes of acid and EBM toughening it further. The mesmeric lead on "Red Pyramid" is a brilliantly psychedelic one that morphs and contours before your very ears, turning your mind in on itself many times over. "Chemical Confidence" is as brash as the title suggest and "Anti Tune" is a skittish beat with real snap. The flip-side closes out with two angst riddled, fist clenching electro bangers. If you want to make a real impact on a dark, strobe lit club, look no further.
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It's You (12" repress)
Cat: FBR 007. Rel: 05 Mar 20
Deep House
  1. It's You (7:05)
  2. It's You (Ron Basejam remix) (7:52)
  3. It's You (Eats Everything & Christophe acid house remix) (8:00)
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