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BASSO/VARIOUS
Cat: ZZZV 19003. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Hans Hass - "Welche Farbe Hat Der Wind" (4:28)
  2. DJ Food - "The Dawn" (4:58)
  3. RVDS - "Minuet De Vampire" (5:41)
  4. Horizont - "Light Of Darkness" (5:31)
  5. Xiame - "Nosso Destino" (5:04)
  6. Miko - "Im Garten" (3:00)
  7. Massimo Stella - "C'e Una Donna Sola" (4:04)
  8. Trimolo - "Tempo 100" (5:08)
  9. Diedel - "Wo Seid Ihr" (3:50)
  10. Mikey D - "I Need You" (dub) (6:04)
  11. Wolfsmond - "Fuhl Dich Frei" (Basso Maxi edit) (6:44)
  12. Ghia - "You Won't Sleep On My Pillow" (3:49)
  13. Jean Phillipe Rykiel - "Fair Light" (4:22)
Review: Music For Dreams' latest must-have compilation of obscure Balearic treats comes courtesy of noted digger Basso, a DJ, producer and re-editor who has previously released some killer scalpel jobs on Joe's Bakery and People Must Jam. You'll find one of his edits tucked away towards the end of the EP - a tidy extension of Wolfsmond's sun-kissed, Chris Rea-esque German language number "Fuhl Dich Frei" - alongside stunning selections that variously touch on stoned West Coast jazz-rock, new age, ambient, drowsy 80s pop, kosmiche and loved-up late night AOR shufflers. An inspired collection of pretty much unknown gems; what's not to like?
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Hidden Places (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: SL 16. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Forgotten Desert (7:02)
  2. Rhythm Hands (8:04)
  3. Jelly Jazz (9:36)
  4. Soft Spring (7:03)
  5. Escape (8:23)
  6. Sundown Pyramid (12:28)
Review: It's always a treat to spot Edward donning his Desert Sky guise for another trip into the hinterland of minimal techno, where expression reigns free and all kinds of sound sources tumble into a truly exotic mix. On this album for PAL SL, all bets are off as we get whisked down a mysterious and meandering path where organic and electronic matter merge in the shadows, all strapped to subliminal but pronounced grooves that make this some of the most potent, intriguing club material in circulation right now. Buy the ticket, take the ride and dance out under that Desert Sky.
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Let's Chase The Sun (140 gram vinyl mini LP)
Cat: ERC 084. Rel: 12 Aug 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Let's Chase The Sun (3:57)
  2. Automatically, You & Me (4:15)
  3. I Need Somebody (4:37)
  4. Let's Make A Love Child (4:10)
  5. A Natural Love (3:15)
  6. Mesmerise A Friend (4:17)
Review: This is when reissues feel like they truly do a service to music that would have certainly disappeared into obscurity - Desmond Coke was a gifted musician who sat in on sessions for the On-U Sound label amongst many other places. His sole solo record was a private press job that very nearly blinked out of existence, but Emotional Rescue have been on hand like the diligent diggers they are to rescue his heartfelt, mightily expressive boogie jams from the one dollar bin. Sunny, sweet and soulful, but also with enough depth and punch to stand up to big budget productions of the era, this is a truly wonderful find that will no doubt be a surprise to even seasoned selectors.
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Cat: OSV 191. Rel: 23 Aug 19
Soul
  1. Celeste Hardie - "You're Gone" (3:01)
  2. Sandra Wright - "I Come Running Back" (2:43)
 in stock $11.20
In A Small Place (hand-numbered gatefold 2xLP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: C56LP 014. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Secret (3:52)
  2. Learn To Forget (3:04)
  3. In A Small Place (3:22)
  4. Come Closer (4:21)
  5. Muscle Cars (3:21)
  6. High Life (4:22)
  7. Daylight (4:16)
  8. Favourite One (4:00)
  9. Better Than Words (3:48)
  10. Wasted (4:46)
Review: Claremont 56's latest must-have LP comes from an unexpected source: blue-eyed soul, AOR and soft rock loving Greek four-piece Sillyboy's Ghost Relatives. The good news is that "In A Small Place" is every bit as good as the title track, which Paul "Mudd" Murphy's label released earlier in the year. The album's main attractions are undoubtedly the bittersweet lyrics and hazy, lovelorn vocals of main man Sillyboy (real name Charalambos Kourtaras), though the musically evocative backing provided by his band mates is equally as impressive. Highlights include the Boz Scraggs-esque "Muscle Cars", the Steely Dan sing-along that is "High Life" and the gently reggae influenced lilt of "Favourite One". It's all pretty tidy.
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Northern Lights EP (12" repress)
Cat: IIWII 016. Rel: 28 Aug 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Northern Lights (11:02)
  2. Drawn From The Side Of Crime (12:49)
Review: It's been a while since we heard from the Cobblestone Jazz boys and given their massive influence over contemporary house and techno, it's always a pleasure to listen to their truly singular take on dance music. The Matthew Jonson-led outfit return with an EP for the Itiswhatitis label, the original birthplace of Jonson's beats. "Northern Lights" is classic Cobblestone, where an ultra compressed kick meanders amidst calculated drips of sound pouring mathematically from every angle. "Drawn From The Side Of Crime" is a little more chirpy, its sounds bleeping away with greater intensity and freedom. It's a must have for fans of the group, recommended!
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Flying Fantasy (7" in Juno exclusive hand-stamped kraft paper inner sleeve + branded card outer sleeve + sticker repress)
Cat: MUKAT 059. Rel: 19 Aug 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Flying Fantasy (exclusive instrumental version) (4:35)
  2. Rhodes E Serenidade (3:37)
Review: Small repress of the Modern Sun Records founder and experienced jazz-wise producer Marc Friedli AKA Skymark. A-side "Flying Fantasy" originally appeared on the Spanish producer's 2016 album "Resistance Sonore", but is here featured in instrumental form for the first time. If anything, it's better than the original version, largely because we get to revel in Friedli's mazy Fender Rhodes solos, rubbery jazz-funk synth bass and loose-limbed, West London style broken beats. You'll find plenty more jaunty jazz-funk vibes and liquid electric piano solos on B-side cut "Rhodes E Serenidade", which first slipped out way back in 2015. DJ Support so far from Dom Servini, Emanative,Red Greg,Kevin Beadle, Mike Chadwick,Dynamite Cuts & Rocafort Records so far
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Epiphany (12")
Cat: BF 090. Rel: 16 Aug 19
Deep House
  1. Epiphany (5:23)
  2. The Revolution (6:18)
  3. Phantom Ratio (6:18)
Review: 1990s sitcom loving beat maker Felix Weatherall returns to Brainfeeder for the first time since the release of his widely acclaimed debut album as Ross From Friends, 2018's "Family Portrait". He's in fine form from the off, with title track "Epiphany" offering a wonderfully intoxicated, off-kilter blend of bustling drum machine breakbeats, hallucinatory electronics, Middle Eastern style instrumentation and razor-sharp bass. He continues on an inventive fusion trip in the form of "The Revolution", where cut-up vocal samples and bluesy guitar lines rise and fall above a densely percussive deep house groove. Also impressive is "Phantom Ratio", a slightly more driving dancefloor cut rich in skittish drums and undulating electronic melodies.
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Classic Space House (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CRTL 010. Rel: 12 Aug 19
Techno
  1. Deep Space One (2:05)
  2. Starflight (7:08)
  3. Spacejax (4:19)
  4. Zap The Rock (1:24)
  5. Space Out (Expression) (8:33)
  6. Space Walk (6:35)
Review: Cartulis bounce from the essential release from Eliaz to this intriguing slab by Reade Truth, a New York techno original who was last spotted on Warm Fiction, Blkmarket Music and Path Records. His "Wires, Everywhere" album was a big release for Cartulis last year, and now he's back with further ruff n' tuff cuts that drip with Big Apple attitude. From the deep diving "Starflight" to the epic, ranging "Space Out (Expression)", you can sense Truth's hard earned swagger but it's also balanced out by subtlety, a sense of space and groove that makes each track a pleasure to sink into.
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Lost Girls (clear splattered vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BATFL 01LPX. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Kids In The Dark (2:00)
  2. The Hunger (2:00)
  3. Feel For You (2:00)
  4. Desert Man (2:00)
  5. Jasmine (2:00)
  6. Vampires (2:00)
  7. So Good (2:00)
  8. Safe Tonight (2:00)
  9. Peach Sky (2:00)
  10. Mountains (2:00)
Review: Don't believe everything you read - the fifth Bat For Lashes album confirms this girl (or woman) found herself musically and thematically some time ago, freeing up creative energy to explore new approaches to deliver her often mournful, always heartfelt songs inspired by personal crises and private longings. On this outing there's more than a hint of 1980s pop evident in the mix. Shades of Prince ("Feel For You"), Madonna ("So Good"), Bowie's Berlin days and electro-era Gary Numan (the stunning, infectious instrumental "Vampires") cast the record in a nostalgia that suits the sense of yearning that always seems to pervade Natasha Khan's work. Simply name-checking reference points is lazy and unfair, though. This is an incredible collection of tracks moulded in the artist's own image - bold, beautiful and instantly captivating. Then again, it would be surprising if anyone had expected anything less.
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Cat: TOOL 790. Rel: 28 Aug 19
Funky/Club House
  1. Let Me Love You (6:22)
  2. Let Me Love You (club mix) (5:27)
Review: Having first appeared on Toolroom way back in 2013, Richard Dinsdale AKA Weiss is one of the label's longest serving artists. He's also one of the most prolific, with this strong outing being his 16th single for Mark Knight's imprint. "Let Me Love You", a bouncy contemporary cover of Kariya's 1988 house classic, has all the makings of a massive hit. The A-side original version combines classic elements - bold piano riffs and synths that subtly doff a cap to Kariya's version - with heavy electro-house bass and bumpin' beats. Over on side B, Dinsdale pumps it up further on a jacking piano-house take that's sweatier than a sauna full of gyrating, leather-clad bikers.
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The Island (limited 140 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: SSCD 23. Rel: 12 Aug 19
Techno
  1. Sunrise Over Malaspina (6:14)
  2. Shore Breeze (4:46)
  3. Mirage (6:53)
  4. Desolation Sound (5:59)
  5. Beacon Point (5:44)
  6. Midnight Dip (6:42)
  7. Galaxies (7:59)
  8. Deep Current (7:18)
Review: Silent Season's mainstay artist Segue returns with a new album, following up on the well-received immersion of his 2016 LP "Over The Mountains" with further explorations in the hinterland between dub techno, ambient and a more pastoral kind of palette. It's a field he's well versed in, and one that typifies Silent Season's approach as well, but there's plenty of fresh ideas to latch onto here as Segue weaves gorgeous threads of melody around tactile, mossy beds of sound and understated grooves that carry you to far away, inviting places. Even the more pronounced dub techno stylings of "Mirage", for example, sound vibrant and invigorating in Segue's hands - another sterling album from an accomplished producer.
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Cat: OMSD 006. Rel: 13 Aug 19
International
  1. Memoria Das Aguas (5:05)
  2. Amanhecer Tabajara (A Alceu Valenca) (3:57)
  3. Ladeira Dos Inocentes (5:05)
  4. Revoada (5:23)
  5. Mercado (Gravado No Mercado Tanger) (3:20)
  6. Curimao (Sons Onomatopaicos E Folk Da Guine) (6:48)
  7. Solito (Solo De Balaue) (4:29)
  8. Danado Cantador (Balaue, Orquestra E Declamacao) (A Fagner) (4:46)
Review: For the first in a series of must-have reissues of obscure Brazilian treats, Optimo Music and Selva Discos have joined forces to offer up a new pressing of Fernando Falcao's superb 1981 debut, "Memoria Das Aguas". The eight-track set has long been considered something of a slept-on and hard-to-find classic, with Falcao conjuring up an octet of tracks that brilliantly join the dots between neo-classical movements, dreamy, percussion-led soundscapes (see the sublime "Amanhecer Tabajara (A Alceu Valenca)"), spiraling big band Afro-Brazilian jazz ("Ladeira Dos Inocentes"), intoxicating classical-jazz fusion ("Revoada") and experimental, beat-free sound collages ("Mercado"). In a word: exceptional.
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Cat: OPIA 005. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Electro
  1. Nemo Vachez - "Autopilot" (6:29)
  2. Nemo Vachez - "Love From Jupiter" (5:33)
  3. Two Phase U - "Time Is Like Sand Through Your Fingers" (6:01)
  4. Two Phase U - "Yolocreo" (8:01)
Review: Two Phase U has been busy recently and has a slew of releases out in the next few weeks, but first up is a split with relative newcomer Nemo Vachez for Opia. Every release on this label sells out in quick time, and for good reason: it deals in music that straddles a divide between house and techno, with elements of dub and breakbeat adding further vitality. Vachez's tech-funk opener sounds like classic Two Lone Swordsmen, while "Love From Jupiter" has infectious, fluttering metal snares and rugged bass. The flip features something you might describe as techno disco on "Time Is Like Sand Through Your Fingers", while "Yolocreo" is a blizzard of drums, toms, hits and restless melody that awakens your every sense.
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Played by: Nachtbraker
 in stock $12.25
MIA (limited 7")
Cat: FLIR 001. Rel: 29 Aug 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. MIA (Raw) (4:01)
  2. MIA (Just The music) (3:59)
  3. Lock'd (Raw) (3:26)
  4. Lock'd (Just The music) (3:28)
Review: New York hip hop outfit Missin' Linx's debut release is notable for two reasons: firstly, it features two stone cold jams in the deep cut of "MIA" and the woody boom-bap and smooth flow of "Lock'd". But secondly, and more importantly, "MIA" made use of David McCallum's "The Edge" break before Dr Dre did. Dre's use of it on "The Next Episode" might be more famous, but now you know who did it first.
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Played by: I Love Hip Hop
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Cat: HOD 024. Rel: 04 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. LPM - "Get With It" (5:55)
  2. Mix & Fairbanks - "Shergar's Revenge" (5:58)
  3. Shee - "Me, You, Us" (6:53)
  4. Purple Ice - "Adeus" (7:02)
Review: According to the hype sheet we have to hand, the "Home Turf EP" is House of Disco's first multi-artist extravaganza for two years. There's plenty to get the juices flowing throughout, from the bounding bounciness of LPM's rap-sampling disco-house cut "Get With It", to the impeccably warm and sun-kissed jazz-house vibes of Purple Ice's "Adeus". In between you'll find the rolling, synth-heavy warmth of Mix & Fairbanks' deliciously loved-up "Shergar's Revenge" and "Me, You, Us" by Shee, a chunky sample-house number full of swirling strings, looped guitar riffs, hazy chords and righteous spoken word samples.
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Cat: DYNAM 7054/DYNAM 7055. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Funk
  1. Running Fast (4:26)
  2. Fearing Much (3:39)
  3. Feeling Tense (4:10)
  4. Walking In The Dark (4:44)
Review: It seems so obvious you wonder why it doesn't happen more often: Stefano Torossi's "Feelings" album from 2000 was made up of track titles that convey certain situations and emotions that he masterfully reflects in the music. This new double 7" includes the highlights, such as the racing jazz and trumpet stabs of "Running Fast," the sustained and uneasy chords of "Fearing Much" and "Feeling Tense," which is actually a pretty lush bit of smooth jazz. "Walking In The Dark" rounds off the double pack with playful guitars and luxuriant synths that are pure soundtrack goodness. Ace.
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Cat: KALITA 12010. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Under Cover Lover (4:58)
  2. Under Cover Lover (instrumental) (4:59)
Review: Kalita Records has thus far proved adept at sniffing out obscure, overlooked classics and reissuing them. Their latest "flip" is as rare, little known and hard-to-find as they come: a one-shot 1985 Caribbean boogie cut from Bahamian musicians Stirling March (now a minister and gospel singer) and bassist Rocky Rolle. "Under Cover Lover" is bright, breezy and sun-kissed, with jaunty synthesizer lead lines and hammered-out piano parts dancing above a tasty groove that fully showcases Rolle's boogie bass skills. Stirling March's lead vocal is superb too, with the Bahamian slickly delivering the loved-up lyrics with aplomb. The flipside "Instrumental" version is typical of New York style boogie dubs of the period, with more attention on the drums, bassline and ricocheting vocal snippets.
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Cat: HP 002. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. In The Sun (6:46)
  2. Magic Dust (4:31)
  3. Guitar Solaar (5:53)
Review: Robin Twelftree has been busy over the past year bringing back his particular take on peak time house with a disco edge. Prolific in the late 90s and early 00s, his 12Tree project went on an extended hiatus but now finds a new outlet with the Hot Piroski label. "In The Sun" is a sassy uptempo workout with funk and flamboyance to match the tougher edges of the track. "Magic Dust" slows things down to a supremely mellow strut, with heavy lashings of soul blissed out over the top of the drums. "Guitar Solaar" stays in the downtempo zone with a subtle cosmic lilt and gorgeous vocals unfurling over loose and lazy breaks.
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Cat: WRWTFWW 030. Rel: 21 Aug 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Prelude (1:46)
  2. Landscape Of Wheels (11:48)
  3. Still Park (12:04)
  4. Still Park (Piano Solo) (4:49)
  5. Still Sky (8:37)
  6. Image Under The Tree (13:07)
Review: For their latest must-check full length, Swiss ambient and jazz enthusiasts WRWTFWW have offered up a timely reissue of Satoshi Ashikawa's previously Japan-only 1982 album "Still Way". In some quarters it's considered a triumph of Japanese minimalism - an ambient set that was equally as inspired by Erik Satie as Brian Eno. The sounds are sparse, atmospheric and alluring, with simple harp, vibraphone, piano and flute motifs taking it in turns to rise and fall across the soundspace. It's intricate, soft-focus and hugely poignant, evoking memories of similarly lauded sets by Ashikawa's countrymen Hiroshi Yoshimura and Midori Takada. In other words, it's sublime.
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Played by: Kaoru Inoue
 in stock $24.23
Definitely Maybe (25th Anniversary Edition) (remastered) (limited gatefold silver vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: RKIDLP 70C. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Rock
  1. Rock 'n Roll Star (5:23)
  2. Shakermaker (5:09)
  3. Live Forever (4:34)
  4. Up In The Sky (4:26)
  5. Columbia (6:09)
  6. Sad Song (4:29)
  7. Supersonic (4:44)
  8. Bring It On Down (4:18)
  9. Cigarettes & Alcohol (4:52)
  10. Digsy's Dinner (2:31)
  11. Slide Away (6:22)
  12. Married With Children (3:14)
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Cat: ST 002. Rel: 19 Aug 19
Deep House
  1. Playin' With Fire (4:53)
  2. Playin' With Fire (Daniel Maunick remix) (6:27)
  3. Shining (6:30)
Review: Originally active around the turn of the century, Difusion are back in action with a mission to champion real songwriting in the deep house scene. "Playin' With Fire" rides a funky disco groove and works around some seriously catchy vocals, while Daniel Maunick dubs the track out and rides the filter to deadly effect. "Shining" rounds the EP off with a sweet, sensitive jam that strikes the kind of melancholic tone that wistful dancefloor memories are made of. Once again the vocals lift to the track to another stratosphere of heartfelt expression - this is sure to go down a storm with the late summer crowd.
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  1. Carlton Jumel Smith - "Love Our Love Affair" (feat Cold Diamond & Mink) (4:05)
  2. Cold Diamond & Mink - "Love Our Love Affair" (instrumental) (4:03)
Review: If you're a talented soul vocalist who wants an authentically fuzzy late 1960s sound, you could do worse than join forces with Timmion Records' in-house backing band, Cold Diamond & Mink. They're in fine form here providing admirable backing to rising star Carlton Jumel Smith. "Love Our Love Affair" is undeniably attractive, with Smith's confident and emotion-rich vocal rising above the band's hazy horns, languid trumpet solos, sun-bright guitar licks and lolloping, hip-hop style funk-soul beats. As is customary, the band's tidy instrumental version can be found - and enjoyed - on the flip.
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I I (gatefold LP + 30 page booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: JAG 350LP. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Yi (1:30)
  2. Imi (4:40)
  3. We (3:06)
  4. Holyfields (3:32)
  5. Hey, Ma (2:22)
  6. U (Man Like) (4:22)
  7. Naeem (3:08)
  8. Jelmore (2:30)
  9. Faith (3:34)
  10. Marion (2:20)
  11. Salem (3:44)
  12. Sh'diah (4:10)
  13. RABi (3:27)
Review: Justin Vernon's voice has always been the people's main attraction to Bon Iver, and the fact his pseudonym even exists is certainly no coincidence. As fragile and heartbroken as it is forthright and experienced, when you're wearing a shredded heart on sleeve and confessing to all your deepest insecurities using a pen name can help immensely. Album number four perhaps proves this more than any of its predecessors. While the three previous chapters have all made his thoughts, feelings, insecurities and fears clear, this one takes honesty to new heights. Combining the frail electronics that have gradually slipped their way into his back catalogue with the acoustics of his earliest, rocket-to-fame efforts, it's a culmination of all that's been in the truest sense. Perhaps even more intimate than the breathtakingly personal "For Emma, Forever Ago", "i,i" is a striking work to say the least.
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Ahora Si (12")
Cat: BSR 025. Rel: 29 Aug 19
Deep House
  1. Ahora Si (5:30)
  2. Ahora Si (Frank's Sunrise mix) (5:27)
  3. Ahora Si (Ivan remix) (6:30)
  4. Ahora Si (D Tiffany remix) (6:47)
Review: Butter Sessions latest must-check release comes courtesy of Melbourne-based rising star Furious Frank, whose recent EP on Paper-Cuts was particularly impressive. "Ahora Si" is similarly inspired, with the young Australian producer placing Ivy Barkakati's "Sueno Latino" style whispered vocal over a bold, alluring blend of jangling dream house pianos, rugged acid lines, sunrise-ready chords and loose-limbed analogue beats. He provides his own dream house style interpretation (the brilliant "Frank's Sunrise Mix") before inviting Ivan to give his take on the track. He adds some tribal percussion whilst retaining the cut's inherent dreaminess before Canadian producer D. Tiffany re-imagines "Ahora Si" as a bass-heavy chunk of UKG/breakbeat house fusion.
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Between Worlds (gatefold 3xLP)
Cat: DPTX 021. Rel: 14 Aug 19
Techno
  1. Stringin Me Along (6:13)
  2. No Place Like Home (5:30)
  3. A Wonder Of Space (4:28)
  4. It's Time (6:01)
  5. Cream Dreams (6:43)
  6. I'm Covered (5:13)
  7. Moments Like This (6:44)
  8. As Above So Below (6:02)
  9. Trackmasta Hoop (7:05)
  10. Electronic Evidence (6:51)
  11. Smooth Scan (7:00)
  12. Deep Roots (7:00)
  13. Shadow Spirit (6:26)
Review: Militant Detroit techno crew Scan 7 have learned much from their association with Underground Resistance, not least the benefits of myth-making and mystery. This is one of the reasons that "Between Worlds" is fast becoming one of techno's most talked about releases of 2019. Of course, the fact that it's also the seven-piece crew's first album since 2002 has added to the hype, too. So is it any good? Oh yes. Variously deep, spacey, futuristic and foreboding, the album's 13 cuts range from pitch-black acid-fired techno ("I'm Covered") and fizzing techno-funk ("Trackmasta Hoop"), to percussion-laden deep house melancholia ("Deep Roots") and punchy club electro ("It's Time"). For the most part, though, what you get is uplifting, emotion rich techno in the style of their fellow Detroit greats.
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The Best Of Fad Gadget (silver vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MUTEL 7. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Back To Nature (5:47)
  2. The Box (4:15)
  3. Ricky's Hand (4:07)
  4. Handshake (4:30)
  5. Fireside Favourite (4:14)
  6. Insecticide (3:08)
  7. Make Room (4:12)
  8. Lady Shave (5:43)
  9. Saturday Night Special (4:33)
  10. King Of The Flies (3:08)
  11. Life On The Line (3:51)
  12. 4M (2:54)
  13. For Whom The Bells Toll (3:36)
  14. Love Parasite (3:18)
  15. I Discover Love (3:47)
  16. Collapsing New People (4:11)
  17. One Man's Meat (3:26)
  18. Luxury (4:03)
Review: Previously only available on CD back in 2001, this Best Of Fad Gadget collection finally lands on vinyl with inners including liner notes by Paul Morley. It draws on four of the cult band's most acclaimed albums and includes early singles like "Back to Nature", " Ricky's Hand; Handshake" and "Lady Shave." An undoubtedly large influence on the ensuing noise, industrial and EBM movements around Europe, this album highlights just how ahead of its time this music was with its angular guitars, dead pan vocals and twisted electronic sounds. Artful, roguish and energetic while being prescient on subjects like sexuality and mass media, this is an essential collection.
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Stagga (12")
Cat: HHANDS 009. Rel: 03 Sep 19
Bass
  1. Stagga (6:31)
  2. Pest Control (5:52)
  3. Stagga (OCB remix) (4:49)
Review: Desert Sound Colony's ardently floor-focused vinyl-only imprint Holding Hands welcomes Space Cadet Adam Pits to the fray. He responds with two brute-strength breakbeat cuts for different times of the night. "Stagga" is a 135 acid frenzy, sitting somewhere between Radioactive Man and Lee Coombes circa 2003. The later the night the better for this wormhole - it'll chew your floor up and spit them out as robots quicker than you can say "banger mate". Meanwhile on the B "Pest Control" plays the consummate warm-up groove with a stately warped bassline doing all the right hypnosis tricks. Think Tyrant's "No Shoes, No Cake" and you're nibbling from the right table. Throw in a UKG breaks twist by OCB on "Stagga" for good measure and you're in flavour country. Hold tight.
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Played by: Billy Nasty
 in stock $11.98
Cat: JAL 269V. Rel: 22 Aug 19
Funk
  1. Broken Toys (3:53)
  2. Broken Toys (Percapella) (3:56)
Review: If you're in the mood for something that sounds like a 21st century update of the Jackson Five's "ABC", step this way. It comes courtesy of The Tribe Of Good, a quartet whose funk-fuelled exploits have previously been released by Ultra Records. "Broken Toys" is very Jackson Five-esque, with what sounds like a young male vocalist singing "MJ" style over crunchy drum breaks, heavy horns, cheery guitars and headline-grabbing piano motifs. It's ear catching and addictive, with the accompanying flipside "Percapella" providing light-touch, bongo-driven percussion, vocals and some suitably trippy effects. It's certainly a handy DJ tool.
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 in stock $8.60
Melona EP (Chris Massey remix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: IIB 053. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Melona (6:12)
  2. Melona (Chris Massey remix) (5:47)
  3. Onewish (5:59)
  4. Two Voices (3:42)
Review: The latest smooth groover on Is It Balearic? is Michael David, who comes with that gorgeous, 80s tinged sound to make you suck your cheeks in and nod approvingly. "Melona" is a blissful dream of cascading keys and languid guitar strums, which Chris Massey then shuffles up for a snappy, funk-laced remix. "Onewish" opens the B-side up in a swirl of vocoder flex and liberal dub FX, before "Two Voices" casts off towards the horizon on a bed of beautiful keys. Opulent musicality and pristine production make this a must-buy Balearic transmission - the perfect tool to keep the summer alive.
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 in stock $10.41
SkyHealer (marbled pink vinyl 12")
Cat: FS 020. Rel: 20 Aug 19
Techno
  1. Exoplanetology (6:01)
  2. Our Future (5:40)
  3. Waters Of Life (8:10)
  4. See The Light (7:31)
Review: IDM legend Steven Rutter has been presenting some awe-inspiring electronic explorations on his FireScope imprint in recent times. The label's latest instalment comes from British producer Miles Atmospheric Sagnia, whose classic techno perspectives on the SkyHealer EP sound right at home here. The Atmospheric Existence Recordings boss moves wonderfully through the deep shades of techno soul ("Exoplanetology"), chilled-out and dub-inflected electronica ("Our Future"), classic hi-tech soul ("Waters Of Life") and highly engineered electro of the most evocative kind on the brilliant "See The Light".
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 in stock $11.20
Ain't No Need (7" repress)
Cat: RSRLTD 001. Rel: 04 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Ain't Your Need (2:54)
  2. Ain't Your Need (dance) (5:02)
Review: New Zealand based not for profit label Rain & Shine are proud to present the first official reissue of Skye's highly sought after "Ain't No Need" since it's 1976 release. Remastered and reissued, it has long been a favourite of some of the most well respected DJs across the scene: from Floating Points and Sadar Bahar, to Mr Scruff and Theo Parrish. Strictly limited to 1000, never to be repressed - hand numbered, 7" picture sleeve with a dinked centre hole. Say no more!
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 in stock $13.03
Soul Sounds 3 (reissue) (red vinyl 12")
Cat: FXHE SCMK1. Rel: 15 Aug 19
Deep House
  1. My Body Is Strong (5:21)
  2. Watch Your Step (5:59)
  3. Come Home (5:49)
Review: FXHE reissue this 1996 house classic by Marc Pharaoh.
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 in stock $13.03
Cat: OMSD 007. Rel: 20 Aug 19
International
  1. As 7 Filhas Da Rainha Sumaia (5:52)
  2. Barracas Barrocas (3:05)
  3. Amarzonico (3:43)
  4. Girandas (3:29)
  5. Elas (A Girges Ristum) (6:07)
  6. 7 Cavaleiro (2:09)
  7. Cancao Do Exilio (1:20)
  8. Purundirindas (1:52)
  9. Tumbalaue (3:08)
  10. Disse Alguem (1:38)
Review: Selva Discos' Fernando Falcao reissue series continues via a fabulous new pressing of the Brazilian percussionist's experimental 1987 album "Barracas Barrocas". Like the artist's 1981 debut, it's a brilliantly eclectic and esoteric affair, offering up a heady - and uniquely South American - blend of off-kilter jazz, pastoral neo-classical compositions, academic ambient, jaunty tropical fusion, narrated soundscapes and heavy drum workouts. Given that it moves in a multitude of directions, the set actually holds together remarkably well, with Falcao's use of bespoke orchestration acting as a constant thread linking disparate sounds and styles. It's both utterly brilliantly and thoroughly mesmerizing, while the accompanying insert includes essays in Portuguese and English telling the story of the album and Falcao's little-known career.
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 in stock $19.54
Do You Like My Tight Sweater? (reissue) (limited numbered 180 gram audiophile turquoise vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: MOVLP 2457C. Rel: 29 Aug 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Fun For Me (5:10)
  2. Tight Sweater (0:14)
  3. Day For Night (5:23)
  4. I Can't Help Myself (5:47)
  5. Circus (0:16)
  6. Lotus Eaters (7:26)
  7. On My Horsey (0:33)
  8. Dominoid (4:16)
  9. Party Weirdo (7:07)
  10. Tubeliar (0:24)
  11. Ho Humm (5:36)
  12. Butterfly 747 (4:30)
  13. Dirty Monkey (0:26)
  14. Killa Bunnies (2:25)
  15. Boo (5:46)
  16. Where Is The What If The What Is In Why? (4:16)
  17. Who Shot The Go Go Dancer? (0:18)
Review: "Do You Like My Tight Sweater?" is the album that announced Moloko to the world, but is also one of their most experimental. The dance duo's debut featured big singles like "Dominoid" and the UK Top 40 charting "Fun For Me", which was also used in the Batman & Robin soundtrack of 1997. The album finds producer Mark Brydon combining elements of trip hop, big beat, disco and electronica with Roisin Murphy's sensuous and widescreen art-pop vocals, despite the fact that at the time she had zero prior professional experience. This timely limited reissue comes on heavyweight turquoise vinyl and reminds us of a golden era of UK electronica.
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 in stock $23.96
Cat: NP 16. Rel: 27 Aug 19
Soul
  1. If You Were Me, What Would You Do? (T Groove remix) (4:08)
  2. I Believe In Love (5:03)
Review: Newcastle-based soul imprint Six Nine's latest release comes courtesy of Jimmy Sterling, an obscure Motor City singer/musician who has been active in Detroit since the turn of the '80s. His Six Nine debut begins with a brand new cut, "If You Were Me, What Would You Do (T Groove Remix)". It's a slick and synth-heavy affair - a revivalist chunk of smooth '80s soul rich squeezable synth bass, boogie style chords and effortlessly emotional vocals from Sterling. Sugary slow jam "I Believe In Love" is a previously unissued 1980s recording that ticks all the right "late night medium wave radio" boxes (think programmed synthesizer-driven grooves, snaking sax lines, plucked guitar notes and a dewy-eyed lead vocal from the talented but overlooked Sterling). It's not as potent as the A-side, but's it's still ace.
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 in stock $11.45
Cat: WAXDIGIT 004. Rel: 28 Aug 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Slync & Fingerman - "Saft Junk" (6:21)
  2. Hotmood - "Fake DJs" (6:11)
  3. Andy Buchan - "Dope D'Man" (5:50)
  4. Dave Gerrard - "Turn It Loose" (5:23)
Review: The latest missive from Fingerman's Wax Digits imprint - the occasional vinyl offshoot of the digital-only Hot Digits label - is something of an all-star affair. It features contributions from some of the best-known talents in the contemporary re-edit scene, with solid results. Fingerman and Slync kick things off with "Saft Junk", a cheery, Chic style slab of summer disco goodness, before Hotmood takes aim at "Fake D.Js" via bumpin' grooves, fluttering flutes and swirling orchestration. Andy Buchan's "Dope D'Man" is a slap-bass-sporting nu-disco jam that joins the dots between King Bee's "Back By Dope Demand" and the original disco record it sampled, while "Turn It Loose" is a relaxed shuffle through laid back and loved-up funk grooves.
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 in stock $9.90
Cat: JAZZR 002. Rel: 05 Sep 19
Jazz
  1. Mananita Pampera (1:26)
  2. El Beto (7:56)
  3. Have You Met Miss? (9:17)
  4. El Beto II (0:41)
  5. Tunita (8:36)
  6. Carmen Pequena (4:09)
  7. Al Bebbe Guia (9:02)
Review: Jazz Room Records is the work of legendary London jazz-dance DJ Paul Murphy, so it's perhaps unsurprising that the label's first outing is an essential reissue of one of his personal favourites: Hugo Heredia's spiritually-minded 1976 Latin-Jazz fusion masterpiece, "Mananita Pampera". Although it begins with a dense and psychedelic collage of Heredia's breathy flute playing, the album's genius lies in its' combination of heavy Latin percussion, skittish jazz drums and the bright and breezy instrumentation atop (piano, double bass and Heredia on sax). Of course, there are a few slower, laidback cuts to be found dotted across the album, but for the most part it's a sweaty, excitable dancefloor excursion that's been a staple of Murphy's sets since the 1980s.
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 in stock $19.28
Should I (white vinyl 12")
Cat: INN 095. Rel: 20 Aug 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Should I (4:11)
  2. Love Break (4:14)
Review: Brand new Marky! It's about time... Four years after his "My Heroes" album landed (and two years after his last single - "Silly VIP") the Sao Paulo don returns with two perfect soulful D&B gems. "Should I" looks back to the early 2000s with its powerful sample and Bingo-style bubbling bassline while "Love Break" takes off where "Silly" left us; swooping instrumentation that will have you leaping behind the decks and a break that will never ever quit. Don't leave it so long please Marky!
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 in stock $7.82
Cat: 005464 5964173. Rel: 23 Aug 19
Classics/Ska
  1. Billy Boyo - "One Spliff A Day" (3:12)
  2. Roots Radics - "One Dub A Day" (2:16)
 in stock $7.56
Cat: SC 722. Rel: 05 Sep 19
Funk
  1. Try My Love (3:39)
  2. Odoya (feat Toco) (3:53)
Review: Stefano Tirone has been a stalwart of the Italian scene since making his debut on legendary Italian house label Calypso Records way back in 1992. Since then, his productions have become increasingly more jazz and soul focused, with a sizeable side order of groovy downtempo beats. His latest seven-inch single begins with "Try My Love", a hazy chunk of head-nodding jazz-funk/soul fusion rich in languid synthesizer solos, lazy grooves, hazy horns and soulful vocals. It's really good all told, though we'd argue that flipside "Odoya" - a wiggling chunk of Afro-tinged mid-tempo funk - is even better. Either way, it's another rock solid release from the effervescent Tirone.
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 in stock $6.77
CREAM (reissue) (7" repress)
Cat: TS 008. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Funk
  1. CREAM (2:54)
  2. Glaciers Of Ice (3:27)
 in stock $9.64
The Top Gear EP (limited purple vinyl 7")
Cat: KITTY 27EP007C. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Rock
  1. Love You Till Tuesday (3:03)
  2. In The Heat Of The Morning (2:42)
  3. Silly Boy Blue (3:29)
  4. When I Live My Dream (3:39)
 in stock $12.50
Paradise Island (reissue) (12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: PMD 01. Rel: 07 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Paradise Island (5:24)
  2. Paradise Island (Revisited) (6:22)
  3. Fair Weather Friend (3:04)
 in stock $10.41
Lilium EP (12")
Cat: YEM 002. Rel: 03 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Lilium (7:47)
  2. Lovejoy (7:01)
  3. Exterrestial (7:35)
Review: Earlier in the year DJ Seinfeld returned to action with the "Galazy EP", a wonderfully spacey, breakbeat-driven affair that arguably contained some of his most mature and developed productions yet. There's more of the same on the "Lilium EP". The title track boasts serious percussive weight - a result of the producer's layering of bongos and congas above a sturdy kick drum pattern - with a trance-inducing synth bassline, fluid electric piano lines and flowery chords providing the loved-up musical accompaniment. He doffs a cap towards both mid 1980s NYC freestyle and Italo-disco on the Bobby Orlando-influenced brilliance of "Lovejoy", whose drums and synth sounds are impressively authentic in their style and execution, while "Exterrestial" is a pleasingly fluid fusion of breakbeat-driven deep house and late '90s style NYC "dark garage".
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Played by: Benjamin Fröhlich
 in stock $11.45
Cat: RIOT 005. Rel: 14 Aug 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. I Just Wanna (Spend A Little Time With You) (Michael Gray vocal mix) (8:40)
  2. I Just Wanna (Spend A Little Time With You) (Michael Gray dub mix) (6:19)
  3. I Just Wanna (Spend A Little Time With You) (vocal mix) (7:45)
  4. I Just Wanna (Spend A Little Time With You) (instrumental mix) (6:58)
Review: For their latest trick, Yam Who's Riot label has decided to offer up a brand new edition of Alton Edwards' 1981 UK electrofunk classic "I Just Wanna (Spend A Little Time With You)". You'll find Edwards' superb original vocal version on the flip, where his part whispered, part sung vocals rise above thickset, mind-altering synth-bass, drum machine beats and some seriously punchy horn lines. The obligatory 21st century updates come courtesy of Full Intention man Michael Gray, who delivers a suitably pumped up boogie-house vocal revision before dropping a similarly chunky dub that wisely makes much of the original bassline and Edwards' whispered vocal passages.
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Listeners (LP)
Cat: ALBFLP 04. Rel: 21 Aug 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Theme For Us (feat Joshua Idehen & Chip Wickham) (7:28)
  2. The Socials (feat Soothsayers) (5:23)
  3. Life Is Valuable (feat James Alexander Bright) (3:13)
  4. Before (2:28)
  5. After (feat And Is Phi) (6:03)
  6. I Never (feat Madison McFerrin) (8:29)
  7. Won't Get Better (feat Emma-Jean Thackray) (6:55)
  8. Don't Stop Here (feat Ego Ella May) (4:47)
  9. Thru You (feat Georgia Anne Muldrow) (5:44)
Review: Although he never stopped delivering breezy and evocative blends of hip-hop, soul and jazz, Adam Scrimshire hasn't offered up an album in almost six years. That's one of the reasons that we were so excited about "Listeners", his new full-length excursion. Happily, we can confirm that the Wah Wah 45s affiliate has hit the spot with his more jazz-focused set yet. While it's not "pure" jazz in the traditional sense - there are odd electronic noises, differing rhythms, soulful vocals and trips into ambient, broken beat and hip-hop soul territory - it features a wealth of talented jazz players, some inspired vocalists and the kind of soft-touch production that rewards repeat listens. In other words, it's his musically intricate set to date.
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 in stock $16.66
Routes (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HARDGROOVE 27. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Rave No Name (5:57)
  2. Musikbox (5:36)
  3. Strange Leader (4:02)
  4. Routes (6:28)
Review: Ben Sims' Hardgroove label presents a new 12" from emergent Brighton producer Charles Green. Hold on tight for a serious throwdown on opener "Rave No Name", which pits darkside hardcore piano chops against an insistent techno thump. This one aims squarely at the peak time for maximum devastation. "Musikbox" has a bold set of sizzling drums and some head-spinning synth stabs, while "Strange Leader" gets back into that noirish early 90s mood. "Routes" completes the package with a broader, space-minded outlook that hits just as hard as the preceding tracks. Classy stuff indeed.
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 in stock $8.86
Subzero (clear vinyl 12" + poster) (1 per customer)
Cat: OTONLTD 03. Rel: 27 Aug 19
Techno
  1. Subzero (6:25)
  2. Coney Island (8:11)
Review: It never used to be so, but these days solo releases from Ben Klock are few and far between. We've seen periodic collaborations from the Berghain resident - most notably with old pal Marcel Dettmann - but little else, making this first solo single in nine years a genuine "event" release. He's in fine form on A-side "Subzero", a hushed, deep and intoxicating techno workout that delivers nine minutes of locked-in drums, hazy aural textures, simmering chords and icy, undulating lead lines. Flipside "Coney Island", an evocative and atmospheric affair that moves from dusty field recordings (presumably of the famous New York resort mentioned in the title) to forthright, funfair-aping techno headiness via a drawn-out ambient intro, synthesized horror strings and bubbly acid bass.
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 in stock $11.45
Cat: KOMPAKTEX 112. Rel: 28 Aug 19
Techno
  1. Forever Ravers (6:03)
  2. Forever Ravers (Anna Raving In Space mix) (5:33)
Review: Last year Brazilian DJ/producer Ana Miranda joined Kompakt Extra following years spent building her reputation via fine releases on such labels as Novamute, Twin Turbo, Yoshitoshi and Terminal M. For her third release on the long-serving German label she's joined forces with another scene queen, the incomparable Miss Kittin. The pair has produced a raw, driving dancefloor beast that's bigger than Donald Trump's ego and infinitely more alluring. "Forever Ravers" is heavy, intense and forthright, with stylized vocal snippets and razor sharp electronic motifs surging above a thumping groove. Miranda offers a different take on the track on side B, opting for bleeping and panicked electronics and spacey bleep melodies.
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 in stock $10.16
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