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Ghosteen (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BS 016LP. Rel: 08 Nov 19
Indie
  1. Spinning Song (4:43)
  2. Bright Horses (4:51)
  3. Waiting For You (3:54)
  4. Night Raid (5:01)
  5. Sun Forest (6:32)
  6. Galleon Ship (4:13)
  7. Ghosteen Speaks (3:58)
  8. Leviathan (4:45)
  9. Ghosteen (12:11)
  10. Fireflies (3:12)
  11. Hollywood (14:13)
Review: Now you've stopped shouting "there's a new Nick Cave album" at everyone who walks past, comes near or might possibly be in earshot it's about time we dived into the contents of the legendary troubadour's 17th studio album. Be warned, though, what lies beneath is deep and immersive enough to drown in, and even the most effective divers wouldn't find a body. A suitably morose introduction, we think. Digressions aside, "Ghosteen" is a majestic, powerful, operatic experience that will change nobody's opinion of Cave and his band, The Bad Seeds. The works are just as innovative, poignant, graceful, melancholic, euphoric and inescapable as ever. Too many adjectives? We're making no apologies. Consider the title number, if that's not too obvious a focal point. Sparse yet grandiose, narrative driven but metaphorical, organic and earthy yet making incredible use of a theremin. Almost impossibly good, sit back and let it wash over your mind.
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Cat: BBP 170. Rel: 07 Nov 19
Funk
  1. Funky Diggin' (2:57)
  2. Dynamic B-Boy (3:05)
Review: Stanky sickness from the Brizzle's double M funk machine, Mako & Mr Bristow return with the fifth instalment of their deeply dug (and consistently sold out) Stank Soul Edits series. For this edition we're treated to a heavy weave of breaks and dusty grooves on "Funky Diggin'" and something a little more cosmic and psychedelic on the B with "Dynamic B-Boy". Stick it to the man and get busy on the dancefloor.
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Played by: The Allergies
 in stock $6.96
Play With Me (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: ATH 080. Rel: 07 Nov 19
Funk
  1. Play With Me (4:22)
  2. In Action (4:16)
Review: Athens Of The North hitting us with big fat juicy slap bass feels right here as an ultra-rare joint from Miami's Frank Cornelius and Gary King aka Myth comes our way. "Play With Me" comes live and direct from 1985 and you can tell in every direction. The production is fat and roomy and the boogie flavours are off the Scoville scale. Meanwhile on the B we have the duo's first single "In Action". Equally funky, salubrious and widescreen but with a little more vocal action, it's another boogie triumph from the Scottish reissue kings.
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 in stock $10.98
Jazz Carnival: Space Jazz mix (Global Communication remix) (remastered) (limited heavyweight vinyl 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: JD 047. Rel: 07 Nov 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Jazz Carnival (LP mix) (8:59)
  2. Jazz Carnival (Space Jazz mix - Global Communication remix) (11:15)
Review: We hear on the grapevine that there could be some seriously desirable Global Communication vinyl reissues on the way in 2020. To tide us over until then, Far Out has decided to reissue one of the legendary West Country duo's most celebrated and sought-after remixes: their 1996 "Space Jazz" remix of Azymuth classic "Jazz Carnival". Pritchard and Middleton's version is a spacey deep house epic of intergalactic proportions, with subtle elements of the Brazilian band's loose and languid '90s re-recording of the track (the B-side "LP Mix") weaving in and out of a warm, rich and hypnotic groove. It's one of the most dancefloor-friendly of all Global Communication remixes - many were straight ambient or downtempo rubs - but also one of Mark Pritchard and Tom Middleton's finest.
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 in stock $12.59
Botanic Minds Sunset Series (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BMSS 007. Rel: 04 Nov 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (7:46)
  2. Track 2 (8:19)
  3. Track 3 (8:03)
  4. Track 4 (7:31)
Review: The Botanic Minds Sunset Series maintains a lovely sense of mystery with its uncredited artists and rock solid concept - there's something mystical about that sunset dancefloor moment which all four tracks on this 12" capture perfectly. There's a little whiff of trance in the mix, but it's delivered in an elegant and poised context, offset by sleek house grooves and peppered with just the right amount of psychedelic sound design to send the mind spiraling skywards. After a day kicking up the dust on a sandy beach or sweaty terrace, this is just the balm you need to bring on the dusk.
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 in stock $9.10
All U Gotta Do Is Listen (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: HZO 11. Rel: 06 Nov 19
Deep House
  1. All U Gotta Do Is Listen (7:09)
  2. Night Time Is The Right Time (6:25)
Review: The crew behind the Hizou label is rightly chuffed that they've managed to secure this two-tracker from Andres, a Detroit producer whose releases - whether aimed at deep house dancefloors or hip-hop heads - are rarely less than superb. The two tracks the label has selected are suitably strong, too. Check first A-side "All U Gotta Do Is Listen", a warm and hazy chunk of break-driven mid-tempo deep house rich in jazzy samples, swirling crowd noises, chunky bass and dewy-eyed instrumentation. Andres' vintage influences are explored further on flipside "Night Time Is The Right Time", a P-funk influenced deep house bumper whose swinging drums and elongated organ chords casually tip a wink to classic New Jersey garage.
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Cat: VOAM 002. Rel: 05 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Lemon Dribble (5:29)
  2. Strawbs (5:39)
  3. Peel Me Easy (6:02)
  4. Raz (5:52)
  5. Crush The Mushrooms (6:31)
  6. Cloy (6:47)
  7. Kumquat (5:50)
  8. Taste Yourself (6:59)
Review: Fresh from launching their Voam imprint via an EP of clanking, mind-mangling industrial techno workouts, Blawan and Pariah don the Karenn alias once more for their first full-length outing. In keeping with their fuzzy, hardware-based approach, "Grapefruit Regret" is fiendishly forthright - a buzzing, crackling collection of club cuts built around armour plated kick drums, creepy and dystopian aural textures, chunky basslines and hypnotic, opaque lead lines. Occasionally it sounds like the product of two guys banging bits of metal against towering Brutalist buildings, at others the breathless soundtrack to illicit raves in car parks beneath crumbling Soviet-era municipal buildings. Throughout, it delivers some of the most intense and intoxicating techno jams of the year.
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Played by: Ali Renault
 in stock $19.27
Outside Of Time (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ISLA 22. Rel: 04 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Florence House Authority (6:43)
  2. Harumi's Groove (6:55)
  3. Outside Time (6:59)
  4. Red Planet (6:40)
Review: Following sterling releases from NAP, Same Same and SMP, Isla are back with this smoking joint from I Believe. This is 90s flavoured techno with plenty of sass and sexiness rubbed into its joints - from the throbbing bassline to the steamy samples and subtle dubbiness, this is a late night cut geared towards beautiful, blurry hours of the dance. "Harumi's Groove" and "Outside Time" take things deep and spaced out, while "Red Planet" returns to a more driving, old-skool approach without losing that heady atmosphere. A strongly recommended tip for all those who like to incite passion at peak time.
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Dis Go In Ya Pipe (180 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: KGLP 001. Rel: 04 Nov 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Open Bar (6:43)
  2. Revolver (4:58)
  3. Doh! (6:44)
  4. Looky Looky (6:43)
  5. Don't Fight It (9:03)
  6. Waiter! (4:03)
  7. Change (5:49)
  8. TFI (8:03)
Review: Try as he might, Ray Mang can't hide behind an anagram as he drops this, his first LP in 10 years breaking in new imprint Keeps Going. While he's regularly dropping dancefloor gold in the disco-edit sphere, this record gives our man the chance to explore some more expansive sounds without losing that all important sense of groove. Take the dusty deep south boogie of "Revolver" or the shuffling, subliminal jazz funk delights of "Doh!" - these are jams that reach far beyond obvious dancefloor genres but they're rich in groove. As the saying goes, buy the ticket, take the ride and let Any Gram take you somewhere new.


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Anna Melara EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LIH 037. Rel: 04 Nov 19
Deep House
  1. Feel Yo (4:09)
  2. Where They're From (4:33)
  3. Want You (5:14)
  4. Get Over (5:26)
Review: German percussionist Kolja Gerstenberg makes no attempt to hide his love for the drums on this razor sharp drop for Lumberjacks In Hell, building on his previous outings on Suol and Smile For A While. The drums are sizzling hot on "Feel Yo", tastefully overdriven and embellished with some MPC-style sample juggling that should satisfy those who like their house tracks hot as Dante's inferno. "Where They're From" is no slouch either, keeping the pressure up with a liberal dose of soul poured in for good measure. The keys and live bass on "Want You" add to the feverish mood, and then "Get Over" sends things spiraling out on a Latin-spiced cosmic journey.
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Cat: SP45 025. Rel: 05 Nov 19
Funk
  1. More Mess On My Thing (instrumental - part 2) (3:54)
  2. Upper Class (instrumental - part 2) (4:11)
Review: In our eyes, there's no finer exponent of revivalist heavy funk than the Poets of Rhythm, a German band who has been keeping the flame alive for a new generation of DJs and dancers since the 1990s. Speaking of the '90s, this fine 45 boasts a previously unreleased "Part 2 - Instrumental" take on one of their earliest singles, 1994's "More Mess On My Thing". It's a fine chunk of Meters-esque Hammond funk that sounds like it could have been recorded in the mid 1970s. Over on the flip you'll find another previously unheard instrumental version of 1993 debut album track "Upper Class", which is a deeper and breezier affair that features some rather lovely flute and Rhodes solos.
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Live Sessions Vol 2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ERS 043. Rel: 04 Nov 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Can't You See Me (6:02)
  2. Can't You See Me (Auf Togo Meets Becker & Mukai) (6:39)
  3. Simple Customers (10:52)
Review: Saint Petersburg Disco Spin Club is the brainchild of Kito Jempere, who can often be spotted dropping heat on labels like Hell Yeah, Bahnsteig 23 and Bordello A Parigi. As such, he's right at home on Emotional Response, where he opens up the window to his loose-fit band project. The results are fantastic, steeped in studio sorcery with a grainy DIY bite, as bittersweet as it is heavy grooving. "Simple Customers" is especially heavy, with equal lashings of distorted blue-eyed soul, psych and dub, but don't overlook the freaky finesse of the remix of "Can't You See Me" by Auf Togo, Becker & Mukai.
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 in stock $10.70
Life On Mars: 45s Collection (limited double 7")
Cat: DYMAN 7051/DYNAM 7052. Rel: 08 Nov 19
Funk
  1. Life On Mars (4:53)
  2. Theme From The Planets (3:37)
  3. One Million Miles From The Ground (5:02)
  4. You Can Be What You Wanna Be (5:04)
 in stock $16.60
Brighter (12")
Cat: ESC 005. Rel: 06 Nov 19
Deep House
  1. Brighter (7:35)
  2. Darker (5:42)
Review: Kieron "K15" Ifill's music has not had much hype to date, despite a five-year career that has included singles for such admirable imprints as WotNot, Wild Oats and Apron. It would be nice to think that his latest two-tracker might buck the trend, because it's certainly worthy of plentiful praise. A-side "Brighter" more than lives up to its name, with Ifill layering sparkling, spacey and sun-bright jazz-funk synths atop a meandering bassline and swinging deep house beats. "Darker" is a little less bright and breezy, but still far warmer than its title suggests. In fact, its assembled music elements - rubbery synth-bass, glacial chords, jangling pianos and chiming lead lines - are still pretty positive despite an in-built hint of melancholy.
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  1. Detroit Party Train (5:36)
  2. Nothing's Like Detroit (5:47)
  3. Dutch Friends (5:13)
  4. Detroit Technobass (4:38)
  5. FM Sucks (Give It To 'Em) (4:54)
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Cat: POINT 009. Rel: 04 Nov 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Travel In (9:21)
  2. Digging (8:53)
Review: Point Of View's latest must-check missive comes courtesy of Arapu, a Romanian producer whose blends of fluid, far-sighted electronic sounds and tactile tech-house rhythms are regularly a cut above his contemporaries. A-side "Travel In" is superb - a nine-minute epic where bubbly electronic motifs, hazy chords and stretchy bass weave in and out of a fluid, loose-limbed groove. B-side "Digging" is an altogether odder if no less impressive affair. It sees Arapu making merry with mangled, cut-up vocal snippets, jangly acoustic guitar samples, smooth but heavy bass and a glitchy, off-kilter rhythm track that sounds like a tougher, chunkier take on the Ricardo Villalobos' sound.
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Played by: Julien Sandre
 in stock $10.70
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Hamam House 4 (12" repress)
Cat: HAMAMHOUSE 04. Rel: 05 Nov 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Turkish Delight (7:17)
  2. Disco Boulette (6:36)
  3. Marmaris (7:42)
  4. Berka Beat (5:48)
Review: Gassed up on the most cosmic of eastern sweets, N Gynn got our motors running with this immense four-tracker before the summer. It's been so well received this is the second run and it still sounds just as delicious. Each cut packing bulbous basslines, all polished up with rich mystic sheens, we kick off with the technicolour whirligig that is "Turkish Delight" where things get juicier and juicier the more the bassline cuts through. The same can be said for "Disco Boulette" where the groove takes even more of a cosmic turn. Flip for more rhythm based tracks as "Marmaris" layers up the drum machines amid the dusky textures and "Berka Beat" goes all out acid b-boy. Delightful.
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 in stock $13.12
Sueno Latino (reissue) (white vinyl 12")
Cat: DFC 5523. Rel: 06 Nov 19
Deep House
  1. Sueno Latino (Paradise version) (10:26)
  2. Sueno Latino (acappella) (1:33)
  3. Sueno Latino (Derrick May Illusion First mix) (11:19)
  4. Sueno Latino (Winter version) (9:46)
Played by: Vincent Inc
 in stock $12.32
False Paradise (limited 7")
Cat: DYNAM 7061. Rel: 08 Nov 19
Jazz
  1. False Paradise (2:33)
  2. Quicksand (5:03)
Played by: Dynamite Cuts
 in stock $11.25
Cat: GONDLP 003SE. Rel: 07 Nov 19
Jazz
  1. Colour Yes (8:38)
  2. Together (11:09)
  3. I've Found Joy (5:37)
  4. Mudita (5:21)
  5. Me & You (6:40)
  6. I've Been Here Before (13:08)
  7. It's What We Do (bonus track) (7:40)
  8. Ai (bonus track) (8:24)
Review: As part of his Gondwana label's 10th anniversary, masterful Manchester trumpeter and contemporary jazz trendsetter Matthew Halsall has put together a special deluxe edition of his beautiful "Colour Yes" album with thick reverse board sleeves, silver block letter foiling and two printed inner sleeves. First released in 2009, the album showcases Halsall's deeply emotive style across the 8 achingly good, supremely spiritual tracks that glow with gorgeous piano playing, gently lilting drums and his own fantastic leads.
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Cat: TOYE 001. Rel: 04 Nov 19
Deep House
  1. In The Lyte Rejam (7:05)
  2. Next Level Rejam (8:28)
  3. La Bottera Rejam (5:21)
  4. Lazy Rejam (4:37)
Played by: Kisk, LEGO EDIT
 in stock $12.84
Cat: FLH 7091. Rel: 04 Nov 19
Funk
  1. Legs (part 1) (3:43)
  2. Let My People Go (3:58)
Review: Darondo's "Legs" - a sexually charged chunk of heady Californian funk-soul fusion rich in punchy horns, killer drum breaks and eyes-closed lead vocals - has long been one of those "Holy Grail" records for soul collectors. As a result, original copies of the 1974 "45" change hands for hundreds of pounds apiece, making this Ubiquity release a genuine blessing for those with reduced record buying budgets. The sublime title track resides on the A-side, with the more relaxed, groovy and down-low "Let My People Go" taking pride of place on the flip. In a word: essential.
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 in stock $10.70
Real EP (12")
Cat: CARDIOLOGY 01. Rel: 04 Nov 19
Funky/Club House
  1. The Fantasy (5:46)
  2. No You Don't (6:12)
  3. No Speed Limit (5:54)
  4. Strictly Real (5:50)
Review: Coming from the Constant Black family but distinctly committed to the evergreen sound of disco, Cardiology is a label committed to club music with heart and soul. First up on this label is Earl, who wastes no time in setting the mood with "The Fantasy", a tastefully funked up house joint with French Touch leanings. "No You Don't" brings the disco to the fore even more, but not at the expense of hard-pumping beats and a killer diva lick or two. "No Speed Limit" is tough and pounding, which makes the sliced up samples dig in all the deeper - you could totally imagine DJ Bone juggling this one to death. "Strictly Real" takes things even further with a spaced out breakbeat speckled bumper lavished with gorgeous string shots - a curious blend that works like a dream.
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Thousand Knives Of (reissue) (LP + booklet with obi-strip)
Cat: WWSLP 24. Rel: 06 Nov 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Thousand Knives (9:55)
  2. Island Of Woods (9:21)
  3. Grasshoppers (5:21)
  4. Das Neue Japanische Elektronische Volkslied (7:57)
  5. Plastic Bamboo (6:27)
  6. The End Of Asia (6:21)
Review: Ryuichi Sakamoto was still in the early days of his career when second solo album, "Thousand Knives Of", appeared in 1978. It was recorded around the same time as the formation of the band that made him famous, Yellow Magic Orchestra, and contains a similar reliance on cutting-edge electronic instrumentation. Of course, there are still pieces that doff a cap to his classical roots - see the piano-heavy "Grasshoppers" - as well as workouts that join the dots between jazz-funk and German style "kosmiche" ("Das Neue Japanische Elektronische Volkslied"), but for the most part it's the entirely electronic tracks that hit home hardest. For proof, check the jaunty genius of "Plastic Bamboo", the prototype YMO electrofunk of "The End Of Asia" and the doom-laden weirdness of "Island Of Woods".
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 in stock $22.76
Oye Edits 013 (black marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: OYEEDITS 013. Rel: 04 Nov 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Esok Am (Mudegg edit) (7:44)
  2. El Disco (Mudegg edit) (6:23)
Played by: Neil Diablo
 in stock $12.84
303
Cat: 30307. Rel: 04 Nov 19
Electro
  1. Getting High (7:14)
  2. High Dub (4:30)
  3. Acid Stars (2:26)
  4. Just Feel It (5:50)
  5. Round & Round (4:47)
Review: There seems to be a renewed interest around the work of New York City legend DJ Duke in recent years. With seminal works released as early as the '90s on his Power Music imprint, the man responsible for timeless house classics "Blow Ya Whistle", "Throw Ya Hands In The Air" and "Stuck In The Middle" curiously operated under another alias - Electro Force. The Scandinavian artiste's love of bass heavy breakbeat sounds is on full display here. We're particularly enjoying the intoxicating smack electro of opener "Getting High", the lo-slung 303 euphoria of "Acid Stars", the groovy b-boy swagger of "Just Feel It" and dubby tool "Round & Round".
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Played by: Midland
 in stock $10.70
Fifty Dollar Bills (12" repress)
Cat: DEEWEE 028. Rel: 08 Nov 19
Deep House
  1. Fifty Dollar Bills (7:19)
  2. Burning Off My Clothes (6:58)
 in stock $10.44
Tears To Sound (Ron Trent Mix) (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: IMO 013. Rel: 04 Nov 19
Deep House
  1. Tears To Sound (Ron Trent vocal mix - Ilija Rudman radio edit) (4:46)
  2. Tears To Sound (Ron Trent instrumental mix - Imogen Soundsystem edit) (5:29)
Review: Fresh from releasing his "Sagittarii" album on Bear Funk, the ever-prolific Ilija Rudman is back on his own label Imogen with two stellar remixes from the mighty Ron Trent. First up is the vocal mix of the track, keeping Andre Espeut's passionate voice front and centre around a classy cascade of pattering rhythm and swirling deeper than deep keys. On the flip you get treated to the Imogen Soundsystem edit of Trent's instrumental, which finds the track charting a course for the stars in the most delicate and elegant of ways. Truly life affirming, soul-soaked stuff.
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 in stock $10.70
No Other (reissue) (LP + poster + MP3 download code) (1 per customer)
4AD
Cat: 4AD 0070LP. Rel: 08 Nov 19
Folk/Americana
  1. Life's Greatest Fool (4:43)
  2. Silver Raven (4:52)
  3. No Other (5:09)
  4. Strength Of Strings (6:30)
  5. From A Silver Phial (3:41)
  6. Some Misunderstanding (8:09)
  7. The True One (3:57)
  8. Lady Of The North (6:11)
 in stock $16.60
Renditions (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DMS 002. Rel: 04 Nov 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Reality (8:27)
  2. Can't Stop (6:45)
  3. Renditions (7:09)
Review: After launching the Depths Of My Soul label in 2018, Nat Wendell got snapped up by the ever-excellent Courtesy Of Balance for a follow up. Now he's back on his own turf with his third release, and sounding tighter than ever. "Reality" is a driving minimal house joint with drums in all the right places and a nagging chord line to latch onto. "Can't Stop" keeps things looped up just as much, precision engineering the music for the DJs and championing the sound of true tech house. "Renditions" completes the set with a more reduced mood offset by a subtly cheeky bassline and spaced out swirls aplenty.
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Played by: Sam Bangura
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WYBES (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: DB 002. Rel: 06 Nov 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. WYBES (9:37)
  2. E (5:08)
  3. Stevie (2:59)
Review: Daniel "Red Rack'em" Berman, has been on a real roll in the last few years. He's found a sweet spot between house and disco that layers up functional loops with party starting samples and is designed to work floors into a frenzy. He does that once more here with the slightly drunken disco stomper of "WYBES" which will have you waving your hands like you just don't care. If the a-side soundtracks a raucous Christmas party, the flip is more heady thanks to the melodic house subtleties of "E" and slowmo funk and squelchy bass of "Stevie".
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Opposite (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: WUBC 1. Rel: 08 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Transparent Ray (6:23)
  2. Solarized (5:23)
  3. Opposite (5:10)
Review: Spanish techno titan Oscar Mulero leads from the front with his new label Warm Up, which deals in anything but early hours techno. Here he offers up four powerful tracks of heavy drum grooves that are designed to generate maximum destruction on the dance floor. "Transparent Ray" is a rooted groove with freewheeling synths riding up and down through the mix to hypnotic effect, while "Solarized" is all about punishing drum programming and expertly linear techno. "Opposite" offers something different - a more stripped back and reserved deep techno exploration with shady corners and suspenseful synths. Quite the start.
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Played by: Ben Sims, Kessell
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Dawn Chorus (2xLP)
Cat: 140 DSR. Rel: 07 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Void (8:09)
  2. Aphelion (6:50)
  3. iO (7:27)
  4. Solstice (7:50)
  5. Marooned (5:48)
  6. Axis Perpendicular (8:14)
  7. Orbital Resonance (7:06)
  8. Umbra (6:05)
Review: Given his productivity and the reliability of his release schedule, we were a little surprised to find that "Dawn Chorus" is actually Boris Bunnik's first Conforce album for two years. It's every bit as impressive and alluring as its predecessors, with the Dutch producer wrapping a variety of 6am sounds - frosty chords, dew-laden melodies, sunrise-ready motifs and bleary-eyed riffs - around crunchy and largely weighty beats. These are rooted in classic electro, techno and IDM, offering both titanium-clad heaviness and loose-limbed dancefloor flexibility. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the grumpy dub techno flex of "Marooned" and "Incunabula"-era Autechre vibes of "Solstice", to the buzzing, early morning insanity of "Umbra".

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Played by: Stojche, Conforce
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Cat: SRTX 028. Rel: 05 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Watch Yer Bassbins (5:57)
  2. Bang On It (5:12)
  3. Menacing State Of Mind (4:46)
  4. Kappa Track (6:49)
Played by: Jerome Hill, Iron Blu
 in stock $9.10
Cat: LIVITY 037. Rel: 06 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Igam-Ogam (5:41)
  2. First Image (6:04)
  3. Seeker (5:34)
Review: Given his long-running friendship with key members of Bristol's vibrant - and distinctive - techno community, it's something of a surprise to find that this marks Leif Knowles' first appearance of Peverelist's Livity Sound imprint. Happily, we can confirm that it was worth the wait. The genius of the EP lies in the unique combination of the long-serving producer's inventive, African-influenced rhythms and deep, rich and life-affirming musical flourishes. Both A-side "Igam-Ogam" and B-side opener "First Image" boast intricately programmed (and impressively layered) drums, as well as either drowsy deep house chords or ear-catching melodic loops. Then there's closing cut "Seeker", which sounds like his take on late 1970s Tangerine Dream.
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Cat: SP45 021. Rel: 05 Nov 19
Funk
  1. Dungeon Boogie (3:34)
  2. Toasted (2:00)
 in stock $13.12
Lights EP (heavyweight blue marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: BLEUCIEL 009. Rel: 04 Nov 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Mercury (7:26)
  2. Yagal (7:44)
  3. Lights (9:31)
 in stock $13.66
LDF
Cat: LDF 001. Rel: 15 Oct 19
Funky/Club House
  1. True To Myself (Rahaan original mix) (5:40)
  2. True To Myself (Karizma Kaytronik Truth dub) (6:57)
Review: New label LDF clearly understands the need to make a big first impression, because this soul-flecked single from Angel-A and producer Rahaan - one of Chicago's true underground heroes - is a very impressive debut. Rahaan's A-side "Original Mix" is rhythmically tough and crunchy - think weighty drum machine kicks and snares - but also warm and woozy, with Angel-A's superb vocal rising above rich electric piano chords and jazzy synthesizer flourishes. Over on side B Karizma takes over, offering up a "Kaytronik Truth Dub" that wraps hypnotic, mangled electric piano notes, analogue bass and tech-tinged flourishes around a wonderfully locked-in but percussively lively rhythm track. It's very different to the original but exceptionally deep and floor-friendly.
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Come Back To Me (7" limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: SSR 213. Rel: 15 Oct 19
Funk
  1. Come Back To Me (Soopasoul remix) (4:32)
  2. Come Back To Me (Soopasoul remix - instrumental) (3:22)
Review: DJ Soopasoul has previously breathed new life into tracks by Croatian producer Funky Destination, so it's little surprise to see him putting his spin on the Osijek-based artist's latest missive. He does a terrific job, offering up vocal and instrumental versions of "Come Back To Me" rich in long, tension-building intros, fuzzy funk horns, bass-heavy grooves, swirling orchestration and hard-wired guitar riffs. While the instrumental version is tidy, our pick of the pair is undoubtedly the A-side remix. We're not sure who the lead vocalist is, but her delivery is incredible. Don't sleep on this one!
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VARIOUS
Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon A Time In Hollywood (Soundtrack) (gatefold translucent orange vinyl 2xLP + insert + poster)
Cat: 190759 81961. Rel: 25 Oct 19
Soundtracks
  1. Roy Head & The Traits - "Treat Her Right" (2:05)
  2. The Bob Seger System - "Ramblin' Gamblin' Man" (2:22)
  3. Boss Radio (feat Humble Harve) (0:10)
  4. Deep Purple - "Hush" (4:03)
  5. Mug Root Beer Advertisement (0:15)
  6. The Village Callers - "Hector" (2:22)
  7. Buchanan Brothers - "Son Of A Lovin' Man" (2:55)
  8. Chad & Jeremy - "Paxton Quigley's Had The Course" (3:20)
  9. Tanya Tanning Butter Advertisement (1:11)
  10. Paul Revere & The Raiders - "Good Thing" (3:02)
  11. Paul Revere & The Raiders - "Hungry" (2:53)
  12. The Box Tops - "Choo Choo Train" (2:49)
  13. Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels - "Jenny Take A Ride" (3:34)
  14. Deep Purple - "Kentucky Woman" (4:44)
  15. Buffy Sainte-Marie - "The Circle Game" (3:00)
  16. Boss Radio (feat The Real Don Steele) (0:09)
  17. Simon & Garfunkel - "Mrs Robinson" (3:22)
  18. Paul Revere & The Raiders - "Numero Uno Advertisement" (0:52)
  19. Los Bravos - "Bring A Little Lovin'" (2:16)
  20. Suddenly/Heaven Sent Advertisement (0:57)
  21. Vagabond High School Reunion (0:21)
  22. KHJ Los Angeles Weather Report (0:12)
  23. The Illustrated Man Advertisement/Ready For Action (0:29)
  24. Dee Clark - "Hey Little Girl" (2:15)
  25. Buffy Sainte-Marie - "Summer Blonde Advertisement" (1:16)
  26. Neil Diamond - "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show" (3:30)
  27. Robert Corff - "Don't Chase Me Around" (1:44)
  28. Paul Revere & The Raiders - "Mr Sun, Mr Moon" (feat Mark Lindsay) (2:44)
  29. Jose Feliciano - "California Dreamin'" (4:09)
  30. I Cantori Moderni Di Alessandroni - "Dinamite Jim" (English version) (2:27)
  31. Vanilla Fudge - "You Keep Me Hangin' On" (5:01)
  32. Maurice Jarre - "Miss Lily Langtry" (3:09)
  33. KHJ Batman Promotion (1:13)
Review: A new Quentin Tarantino film almost always equals a new and essential soundtrack. The celebrated director's ability to add humour to the darkest scenes with an odd tune, or to make light of a heavy situation with his juxtaposed sounds, is unrivalled. His latest is another classy mix of swing, Americana, psyche, rock and roll and folk that is a brilliant listen whether or not you have seen the accompanying film. The bumper collection clocks in at 33 tracks featuring Los Bravos, Neil Diamond, Jose Feliciano, Vanilla Fudge and more.
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Cat: GO 059V. Rel: 16 Oct 19
Funky/Club House
  1. Heaven (Louie Vega remix) (7:21)
  2. Heaven (DJ Spen & Reelsoul remix) (6:18)
Review: Back in the 1990s, Pauline Henry was the voice behind the Chimes and their stunningly soulful mid-tempo hit, "Heaven". This 12", which is dedicated to the late, great Paul "Trouble" Anderson, boasts fresh, club-ready remixes of the singer's solo cover of that loved-up club classic. Masters At Work man Louie Vega handles the A-side, placing Henry's fine vocal above a bed of swinging NYC house beats, fluid piano motifs and string-laden chords. Arguably even better is DJ Spen and Reelsoul's flipside revision, a more electronic affair with jauntier synth flourishes, elongated organ solos and a bumpin' rhythm track.
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Rumbero (7")
Cat: BAC 002. Rel: 30 Oct 19
International
  1. Rumbero (feat Nidia Gongora) (5:49)
  2. Corazon (feat Camilo Tumbao) (4:07)
Review: Ever since he first made an impact earlier in the decade, Bosq has proved adept at joining the dots between contemporary club culture and the heady heaviness of vintage African and South American dancefloor styles. He's also rather good at crafting authentic Latin dancefloor workouts, too, as this tidy seven-inch single proves. Check first "Rumbero", featuring the confident vocals of Nidia Gongora, a horn-happy affair that effortlessly joins the dots between rhumba, cumbia and psychedelic punk. His electronic influences come to the fore on flipside "Corazon (Camilo Tumbao)", a contemporary take on the Cumbia sound rich in fuzzy analogue bass, jaunty organs, dub-wise noises and Colombian style male vocals.
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Edits Vol 15 (7" limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: SSR 215. Rel: 29 Oct 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. We Are Edits (4:37)
  2. We Are Edits (Cosmo On The Groove) (3:58)
Review: As the title sneakily suggests, the latest volume in DJ Soopasoul's essential "Soopastole Edits" series sees the prolific re-editor and mash-up merchant take his scalpel to all time disco classic "We Are Family". We could be wrong, but it sounds like it was created using the multi-track parts, focusing as it does for much of the duration on a stripped-back, DJ-friendly groove, selected vocal snippets and delay-laden musical elements not always audible on the original version. Over on the flipside "Cosmo On The Groove" version, he takes a slightly different approach, adding a classic old school hip-hop acappella to an expertly cut-up version of the track that utilizes a little more of the sing-along chorus.
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Jump Around (7" limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: MALT 001. Rel: 15 Oct 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Jump Around (4:08)
  2. Jump Around (previously unreleased) (4:08)
Review: This has appeared with little or no pre-hype, so we're not quite sure of the story behind it. What we can tell you is that it offers up two rare versions of the ultimate golden era hip-hop party record, House Of Pain's 1992 anthem "Jump Around". On the A-side you'll find the "Multi Track Original Rap Version", which appears to be the first recorded version, featuring the band's now familiar lyrics over DJ Muggs' killer beat (which, according to lore, he original offered to both Cyprus Hill and Ice Cube first). His superb "Original Multi-Track Instrumental", which has never before seen the light of day, takes price of place on side B.
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Cat: FVR 161. Rel: 22 Oct 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Work It Out (7:21)
  2. Work It Out (dub) (6:12)
  3. Til I Found You (6:10)
  4. Til I Found You (dub) (5:40)
Review: For the last 18 months disco and boogie legend Leroy Burgess - owner of the most distinctive voice in the game - has been touring Europe with a band of Lyon-based musicians known as Saving Coco. It makes sense, then, that he would eventually go into the studio with them to record some new material. The results are impressive. The jaunty, Clavinet-heavy brilliance of "Work It Out" is reminiscent of some of Burgess' best boogie-era work with The Fantastic Aleems and fittingly comes accompanied by a Dub mix rich in piano and synth solos. "Til I Found You" is a slap bass-propelled exercise in good grooves and even better vocals. It, too, is backed by a stripped back but musically expansive Dub mix.
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 in stock $14.45
Cat: HGE 03. Rel: 16 Oct 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Your Dick Signature (4:27)
  2. Feel The Gotha Funk (4:43)
  3. Its Unreal Love (4:14)
  4. Take Me Writer (6:02)
Review: Italian edit maestro Luca "LTJ" Trevisi is nowhere near as prolific as he once was, making any new EP a cause for celebration. Here he delivers his first edit-focused outing of 2019, a four-track collection packed with playable cuts in his distinctive style. Trevisi starts in confident style via the flute-laden funk-soul bounce of "Your Dick Signature", before diving further into solo-laden mid-tempo funk territory on the metronomic "Feel The Gotha Funk". He ups the tempo and intensity on B-side opener "Its Unreal Love", a distinctive disco-funk number with urgent male lead vocals and a killer bassline, before treating us to a wealth of extended electric piano solos and skittish drum fills on killer closing cut "Take Me Writer".
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NFRV 002 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NFRV 002. Rel: 28 Oct 19
Deep House
  1. Crispin J Glover - "The Long Goodbye" (Saison Model 1 remix) (5:20)
  2. Crispin J Glover - "Prospect Place" (6:06)
  3. Dean Zepherin - "Betty" (6:38)
Review: Expect to hear plenty more from the No Fuss crew in the near future as they ramp up their mission to bring high quality house music to your record bags. There's a sprightly jazziness to Crispin J Glover's "The Long Goodbye" after it gets reworked by Saison, while his original mix of "Prospect Place" drops a punchy brand of disco house that puts the emphasis on a fulsome bassline hook that will have bodies popping enthusiastically. Dean Zepherin brings things back to a sassy peak with the effervescent "Betty", filling out the B side with a rich cascade of diva vocal licks, bugging organs and a sizzling beat.
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Cat: SALSBMG 24LP. Rel: 10 Oct 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Instant Funk - "I Got My Mind Made Up" (Late Nite Tuff Guy remix) (7:21)
  2. Orlando Riva Sound - "Body To Body Boogie" (Late Nite Tuff Guy edit) (5:30)
  3. The Salsoul Orchestra - "Ooh I Love It (Love Break)" (Late Nite Tuff Guy Muscle edit) (6:42)
Review: Salsoul has always been good at getting contemporary producers to reinterpret classics from its bulging catalogue, with recent years bringing fresh edits and reworks by The Reflex, Moplen, DJ Pope, Dimitri From Paris and Late Nite Tuff Guy. Here the latter returns with a second helping of tastefully tooled-up revisions. The Australian producer kicks things off with a warm and woozy hybrid disco/house take on Instant Funk's "I Got My Mind Made Up" that's quite a departure from the original mix. Over on side B, he turns in a languid and groovy, mid-tempo house version of Orlando Riva Sound's overlooked "Body To Body Boogie" before successfully revising Salsoul Orchestra's much-loved "Ooh, I Love It (Love Break)" whilst retaining most of the original vocals and instrumentation.
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Cat: MXMRK 2027. Rel: 18 Oct 19
Funk
  1. Pursuit Of The Pimpmobile (Mr K 7" edit) (5:44)
  2. Isabelle & The Rain (Mr K 7" Breakdown edit) (5:28)
Review: 1971: Isaac Hayes redefines what a movie theme can be with the worldwide sensation "Shaft," single-handedly making wah-wah rhythm guitar and racing hi-hats a prime ingredient for the decade of music to come. The huge success of "Shaft" meant Hayes was in demand to bring his vision of cinematic funk to other films, and in 1974 he scored (and starred in) the Blaxploitation B-movie Truck Turner. It's from this soundtrack that "Pursuit Of The Pimpmobile" is drawn. The progression Hayes made as a composer is clear: "Pimpmobile" uses complex layered guitar lines with brass and string sections that build and cascade over each other and takes the "Shaft" formula to an entirely new level.

The song became a firm favorite with funky DJs in the '70s, from the refined space of Mancuso's Loft to Bronx and Harlem jams. Indeed, when the Zulu Nation DJs began spinning at a downtown roller disco / dance club called The Roxy in the early '80s, it was firmly entrenched as one of their favorites. Another resident DJ at The Roxy was Danny Krivit, who was already well acquainted with the song and the effect it had on dancers. For this latest addition to Most Excellent Unlimited's steadily expanding catalog of Mr. K 7-inch edits, the master editor distills the sprawling nine-minute original down to a fit five-and-change, maintaining all the muscle that made this one a perennial champion of New York City's varied dancefloors.

The quirky "Isabelle And The Rain" was also a key cut for deeper DJs, uptown and downtown, albeit often on bootlegs as the original was, and remains, extremely scarce. Very little is known about the obscure jazzy cut, the work of a largely anonymous bunch of Los Angeles studio veterans led by keyboardist Mike Lang, whose electric piano solo is the song's defining feature alongside the driving drums, which get plenty of space to shine on Mr. K's Breakdown Edit.

The audio fidelity and peerless editing of these essential tracks - virtually nonexistent on 7-inch vinyl before now - makes the latest from Most Excellent Unlimited a can't-miss addition to the playout box of any DJ with a funky floor to rock.
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