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Mazatec EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AOP 004. Rel: 12 Nov 18
Techno
  1. BPMF - "Liza On Clouds" (6:20)
  2. Invisble Menders - "Three On Three" (9:10)
  3. Memphis - "Altered States" (7:03)
  4. Miro SundayMusiq - "From Behind The Corner" (8:39)
Review: Following an excellent EP from Memphis, Animals On Psychedelics returns with more weird and wonderful party fare from the outer reaches. This time it's a various artists release that brings together all the producers involved in the label so far, while also introducing BPMF to the fold with the woozy, rubbery synth shapes of "Liza On Clouds." Jane Fitz and Dom Ahtuam's Invisible Menders project presents the rolling, psyched out melodics of "Three On Three," while Memphis pushes further into experimental territory with the wonderfully fractured "Altered States." That leaves it to Miro SundayMusiq to complete the EP with the wave-meets-Italo tones of "From Behind The Corner," a perfectly noirish flourish to finish a sterling record.
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MonoTrax Volume 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MON 017. Rel: 12 Nov 18
Electro
  1. The Advent & Zein - "Eye's Of Envy" (5:49)
  2. Exzakt - "Kreep" (5:59)
  3. 214 - "Crouch & Turn" (5:41)
  4. EggFooYoung - "Bass2Large" (3:20)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Exzakt continues to forge one of the purest totems of classic electro with his Monotone label, and indeed his own output. The latest release is a various artists EP which perfectly sums up everything Monotone is about. The Advent leads the way with the dark, melodic "Eye's Of Envy," produced alongside Zein, before Exzakt himself drops a taut and wiry dancefloor bomb in the shape of "Kreep." 214 fires up the B side with the edgy, minimalist thrust of "Crouch & Turn," before EggFooYoung makes a surprise return to the fray with the more Miami-flavoured stylings of "Bass2Large," a slower, dirtier jam with low end frequencies to get the whole club freaking.
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Played by: Ali Renault
 in stock $9.09
The Story Tellers EP 2 (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: SUB 045. Rel: 12 Nov 18
Techno
  1. That D Beat (7:34)
  2. That D Beat (Camouflaged) (6:28)
  3. That D Beat (Deetron remix) (9:41)
  4. Blue Bird (8:01)
  5. Blue Bird (Filtered) (5:31)
  6. Blue Bird (DJ Bone remix) (10:06)
Review: After their first seismic collaboration back in 2016, DJ Bone and Deetron are back in action as The Storytellers and they've got six new mixes of impeccable techno for you to sink your teeth into. "That D Beat" comes first - a brittle, rasping monster of a track with frantic urgency and experimentation in equal measure, which then gets softened out a touch with the human elements that feed into the "Camouflaged" version. Deetron's standalone mix of "That D Beat" is a wholly different proposition made of deep, dubby synth expressions without losing the rhythmic energy of the original. "Blue Bird" is a gorgeous slice of machine soul that reaches for the stratosphere, only to take on a kind of bombastic heft when tweaked for the "Filtered" version. Then Bone does a powerful finishing move on "Blue Bird" that matches the strong melodic strokes of the track with his own uncompromising artistic signature - a match made in techno heaven.
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Cat: BST X046. Rel: 12 Nov 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. A Tour In Italy (Pellegrino mix - Mediterranean version) (7:06)
  2. A Tour In Italy (Tony Carrasco mix) (7:04)
  3. A Tour In Italy (Tony Carrasco mix - dub version) (6:14)
Review: Not to be mistaken for the charity pop behemoth, this Band Aid were a band from Bologna that released a handful of albums and singles in the early 80s. Best Italy have dug out this loose and limber slice of sunny funk and given it a spruce up with a little help from Early Sounds crew member Pellegrino, whose "Mediterranean Version" of "A Tour In Italy" adorns the A side. It's all peppy brass, dreamy guitars and a kooky vocal line about the titular tour, guaranteed to break out some smiles on the dancefloor. On the B side you can indulge in Tony Carrasco's original vocal and dub versions, all of which equally exude summery vibes to keep you warm through the winter months.
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  1. Onye Kata - Obia (8:26)
  2. Olise Nekwu (8:12)
  3. Azuka - Ego (8:29)
  4. Late Ali Chukuma (8:30)
Review: According to the dusty-fingered diggers behind Bongo Joe Disques, General Franco Lee Ezute is the "aficionado's choice" when it comes to the "Anioma sound", a variant on the Igbo highlife style that was popular in Nigeria during the 1970s and '80s. If you are unsure what the style sounds like, we'd recommend checking this reissue of "Onye Kata Obia", an obscure, four-track release from the musician and his backing band, Harmony International, that was most likely recorded around the turn of the '80s. Full of glistening guitars, heartfelt vocals and insatiable, dancefloor-friendly rhythms, it's one of the most joyous and sun-soaked records you're ever likely to hear.
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VARIOUS
3am Spares (2xLP + insert)
Cat: ES 009. Rel: 14 Nov 18
Techno
  1. FSOM - "Resist The Beat" (8:03)
  2. Hypnoblob - "Deep Down" (5:00)
  3. Ian Eccles-Smith - "The Slaughtering Eye" (4:16)
  4. General Electrik meets Andy Rantzen - "Leather Lover" (5:50)
  5. Jandy Rainbow & Adrenalentil - "I Will Go" (7:19)
  6. Sobriquet - "Is This Your First Time?" (Artificial remix) (4:03)
  7. Blimp - "Yellowgold" (4:33)
  8. Inner Harmony - "Da Lub Club" (3:03)
  9. Maroochy Barambah - "Mongungi" (dance mix) (6:39)
  10. Third Eye - "Behold The Angel Of Frequency" (5:08)
  11. Tetrphnm - "Track 11" (3:59)
  12. Screensaver - "Eliminated" (3:55)
Review: Efficient Space's latest essential release sees Andras and Instant Peterson take a trawl through the darker, lesser-visited corners of Australian electronic music. According to the label, the pair lifted material from "local 12" singles, CD-Rs and the archives of community radio station 3RRR FM". Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the acid-flecked, "Nude Photo" style Detroit fun of FSOM's "Resist The Beat" and chiming, trumpet-laden bliss of Ian Eccles-Smith's "The Slaughtering Eye", to the jaunty, mid-90s New York style bounce of Blimp's "Yellowgold" and the ultra-deep ambient techno pulse of Tetrphnm's "Track 11". Check, too, the enveloping dreaminess of Screensaver's drifting ambient closer, and the jazzy dancefloor depth of Inner Harmomy's "Da Lub Club".
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Cat: WD 61. Rel: 14 Nov 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Trenitalia (9:00)
  2. Flying Objects (7:15)
  3. Soul Fire (6:52)
Review: Sleazy McQueen's always reliable Whiskey Disco is back with its 61st edition, featuring Ukrainian editor Alex Zuiev. The man from Mariupol first appeared on the label back in 2017 and he's become a staple of sorts - as this will be his fourth for the Florida based imprint, in addition to appearances on Editorial, FKR and Spare Change. The Flying Objects EP features the rowdy late night disco of "Trenitalia" which is sure to get the crowd dancing on the ceiling, while on the flip prepare to get deep down and dirty on the lo-slung oddity of "Soul Fire" - which is perfect for late hours.
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Mkwaju (LP)
Cat: WRWTFWW 025. Rel: 14 Nov 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Mkwaju (6:28)
  2. Shak Shak (3:22)
  3. Lemore (5:59)
  4. Tira-Rin (4:28)
  5. Pulse In The Mind (5:47)
  6. Flash-Back (12:57)
Review: Having previously reissued Mkwaju Ensemble's inspired 1981 debut "Ki-Motion", WRWTFWW now turns its attention to their equally impressive follow-up from the same year, "Mkwaju". Beginning with a breezy chunk of Marimba-driven four-to-the-floor bliss, the album sees the Japanese trio - whose members included legendary percussionist and ambient artist Midori Takada - shuffle between hypnotic, Steve Reich-influenced minimalism ("Shak Shak"), melodious fusions of new age electronica and modern American classical ("Tira-Rin"), and glacial ambient soundscapes ("Pulse In The Mind"). Best of all, though, is "Flash-Back", a dense and intoxicating percussion workout that stretches out over 13 mind-bending minutes.
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1 EP (12")
Cat: CONVERSION 01. Rel: 14 Nov 18
Electro
  1. 1.1 (6:45)
  2. 1.2 (5:03)
  3. 1.3 (3:20)
  4. 1.4 (7:33)
  5. 1.5 (5:20)
Review: Jorge Caiado certainly keeps busy. When not running the Carpet & Snares (and its affiliated shop), the Groovement label or doing A&R for Chez Damier's long running Inner Balance Music imprint, he's releasing some brilliant music - as heard on this year's Choice EP - one of our favourite records of this year. He now presents some new deep space transmissions via his Lisbon HQ, under new alias Conversion here and inaugurating the eponymous imprint. Reflective electro, Motor City techno and beatless trips are explored, dedicated to sonic excursions away from his housier roots.
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Cat: LMNK 60RMX. Rel: 15 Nov 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Soho Strut (Max Graef Bongo mix) (5:18)
  2. Soho Strut (Max Graef Bass mix) (4:20)
  3. (Soul) Rebel 23 (Reginald Omas Mamode IV remix) (3:30)
  4. Snake Eyes (Ishmael Ensemble remix) (8:11)
Review: If you've not yet got your ears around Roger 'Chip' Wickham's sensationally sunny, jazz-fired "Shamal Wind" mini-album, we suggest you check it out post-haste. In the meantime, Lovemonk has reminded us of its magnificence via a new set of reworks from some seriously hot producers. Max Graef handles side A, first serving up a chugging, mind altering and heavily percussive "Bongo Mix" of "Soho Strut", before reaching for the sub-bass and fizzing, juke-tempo jazz rhythms on the bonkers but brilliant "Bass Mix" of the very same song. Over on the flipside, Peckham beat-maker Reginald Omas Mamode IV serves up a dusty, Rhodes-laden take on "(Soul) Rebel 23" featuring his own soulful vocals, before Gilles Peterson favourites Ishmael Ensemble mix live jazz instrumentation with rolling house beats on a sublime revision of "Snake Eyes".
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Cat: STRLP 019. Rel: 14 Nov 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Les Lieux (3:37)
  2. The Third Body (6:30)
  3. We Could Bring You Silk In May #2 (2:49)
  4. Between The Mist & The Sky (7:46)
  5. Our Lady Of Sins (Vesica Piscis remix) (5:14)
  6. Untitled For Now #3 (4:42)
  7. Bloodsucker (5:42)
  8. This Is Almost A Happy Ending (1:39)
Review: Belgian reissue imprint Stroom are back with more retro obscurities, this time in the form of 48 Cameras: the brainchild and life project of self-proclaimed non-musician Jean-Marie Mathoul. After hearing an album of William S. Burroughs reciting poetry, Mathoul decided to put poems and spoken word to music. He was a poet in his own right, having already published a book of poems. At a literary event in Liege, he met UK-based writer Paul Buck (author of the novel The Honeymoon Killers) and the two of them decided to collaborate - and thus formed 48C. Mathoul was said to have built the album in his mind, long before starting the recording process, which involved something of a 'non-band'. The musicians and collaborators never actually recorded together, and to this day some haven't even met each other. Jean-Marie Mathoul sadly passed away earlier this year at the age of 66.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $24.90
Cyber EP (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 230. Rel: 12 Nov 18
Deep House
  1. Cyber (House Pass) (7:26)
  2. Cyber (Cosmic Slide) (7:13)
  3. Cyberc (Ambient Sax mix) (7:28)
Review: Gilles Smith and James Priestley seem to be devoting far more of their time to music production. This excellent outing on Mule Musiq is their second single of 2018 following a solid debut on Phonica Records earlier in the year. In its' A-side "House Pass" form, "Cyber" is a deliciously saucer-eyed and loved-up affair where dizzyingly positive synthesizer motifs wrap themselves around a chunky bassline and bouncy, No Smoke style drums. Over on side B, Smith and Priestley offer up two alternative interpretations: the trippy, techno-tinged early morning psychedelic hypnotism of the "Cosmic Slide" version, and the beat-less bliss of the "Ambient Sax Version", which further explores the track's Italian dream house influences.
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Time Tourist (reissue) (limited 2xLP + sticker sheet + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 37R. Rel: 16 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Void/Comm (5:53)
  2. Infinite Lites (Primitives mix) (5:23)
  3. Cymetry (5:58)
  4. Gimp (7:18)
  5. DB5 (1:42)
  6. Phettt (5:51)
  7. Epilion (7:09)
  8. Scriptures (6:56)
  9. The Silicon Garden (Flymocut) (3:30)
  10. Radiophonic Workshop (6:22)
Review: Second time around for B12's superb sophomore set, the dystopian, sci-fi themed "Time Tourist". On its initial release in 1996, the album was marketed as a 22nd century "educational soundtrack" to the "primitive past" (I.E the late 20th century). It's a theme entirely in keeping with the original ethos of Detroit techno, and it's no surprise that the accompanying music offered a typically "Artificial Intelligence"-era slant on the Motor City sound, re-imagining the work of the Belleville three as a killer suite of ambient techno, intelligent techno and dreamy ambient cuts. This edition has been expanded by the addition of four previously unheard tracks that originally missed the cut, all of which are as breathtakingly good as those that did. In a word: essential.
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Mystic Versions 02 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MVER 02LP. Rel: 15 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Track 1 (5:57)
  2. Track 2 (7:35)
  3. Track 3 (7:32)
  4. Track 4 (4:07)
  5. Track 5 (6:17)
  6. Track 6 (5:33)
  7. Track 7 (7:35)
Review: It's been two years since Thomas Berg's "Versions" stable initiated the Mystic Versions project, which delivers untitled chunks of cosmic techno goodness from un-credited artists. There's plenty to excite on this delayed second instalment, from the creepy, dub techno-in-the-rainforest flex of "Track 2" and wildly wonky, reggae-tinged heaviness of "Track 3", to the swirling, rising and falling melodies of dense dancefloor techno roller "Track 5" and the ambient techno style early morning psychedelia of "Track 7". Those hankering after some dense and intense peak-time techno should check out the ballsy drum assault that is "Track 6".
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Played by: Skudge
 in stock $10.44
Cat: MEL 013. Rel: 16 Nov 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. A Tribute To Muhammed Ali (We Crown A King) (long version) (9:08)
  2. A Tribute To Muhammed Ali (We Crown A King) (short version) (6:41)
Review: During the funk era, heavyweight boxing champ Muhammad Ali proved a great source of inspiration for many musicians and bands. Dig hard enough and you'll find tons of singles recorded in tribute to the legendary fighter. Le Stim's 1980 disco-funk tribute to "the king of the fighters" is not one of the better-known examples, but it's certainly one of the most scintillating. Here, the sought-after gem - all rousing horns, Clavinet-heavy grooves, spacey synths and starry-eyed vocals - is given the reissue treatment by Melodies International. Like the hard-to-find original, it includes both "long" and "short" versions, with the former - a sweaty, nine-minute workout straight from the top shelf - standing out.
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Livingstone (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: ND 003. Rel: 14 Nov 18
Funk
  1. Hangmat (6:08)
  2. Pompette (5:33)
  3. Ja Precis (4:15)
  4. Love Boat (6:23)
  5. Stormvogel (5:30)
  6. Hurn In Bell (4:20)
  7. Spectacles (part 1) (4:09)
  8. Spectacles (part 2) (6:31)
  9. The Fog (4:55)
  10. Spending Week (8:52)
  11. Cafe Creme (5:45)
Review: As an Afrobeat-influenced band, you know you're onto something when Tony Allen starts singing your praises. Dutch nine-piece Jungle By Night has received plenty of plaudits from the Fela Kuti sticksman over the years, and it's easy to see why. Although there's very little straight-up Afrobeat on their latest must-have LP, "Livingstone", there's plenty of rasping, Fela-style horns, polyrhythmic grooves, Highlife-esque guitar riffs and vintage synthesizer motifs. Combine these with an impressive range of influences - boogie, jazz, Giallo horror movie soundtracks, jazz-funk and disco - and the result is a wonderfully expansive, impeccably played and produced set of tracks that entertain and inspire in equal measure. They might be hard to pin-down, but the Amsterdam band is at least consistent: consistently good, that is.
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Played by: Giovanni Damico
 in stock $18.48
White Hot (7")
Cat: JAL 287V. Rel: 15 Nov 18
Funk
  1. Basement Freaks - "White Hot" (feat Kylie Auldist - Basement Freaks remix) (3:39)
  2. John Turrell - "Won't Get Fooled Again" (Basement Freaks remix) (4:20)
Review: Fizzing funkateers Basement Freaks can usually be relied upon to bring the dancefloor goods. That's certainly the case on this dancefloor-focused seven-inch. On the A-side they rework one of their own classic cuts, offering a punchier and heavier take on 2016 Kylie Auldist collaboration "White Hot". Rich in flash-friend funk guitars, crunchy breaks and life-affirming horns, their new revision is undoubtedly more DJ-friendly than the original album version. Turn to the flip to hear their tidy new take on Smoove collaborator John Turrell's 2013 cut "Won't Get Fooled Again", which they cannily refurbish as a wobble bass-propelled chunk of P-funk flavoured dancefloor soul.
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 in stock $10.18
The Third Helix (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DAIS 122LP. Rel: 14 Nov 18
Industrial/Noise
  1. Rhizome (6:05)
  2. Tendrils (5:30)
  3. Impulse (4:40)
  4. YLL (3:07)
  5. Proximity (5:46)
  6. False Memory (feat James K) (4:39)
  7. Nothing Is Hidden (4:09)
  8. Imminent (1:49)
Review: For this third release on Los Angeles based imprint Dais, dark ambient maestro Drew McDowall reaches into concept, ritual and immersion in an exercise of unravelling the DNA of hallucination. The Third Helix is a churning descent into emotion, provoking thought and reflection while carving out haunting space only to fill it with baffling and wondrous structures of layered sound. McDowall solidifies himself as an architect who transforms otherworldly materials into something fascinating and challenging in the process. Unnerving, trance-like anthems for nervous meditation and anxious relaxation. Fans of Coil will immediately connect and immerse, while the complex compositions welcome listen for drone and ambient enthusiasts.
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Amir (LP)
Jms
Cat: JMS 001. Rel: 19 Nov 18
Jazz
  1. Amir (4:19)
  2. Le Sage, Le Singe, Et Les Petits Enfants (7:52)
  3. Hommage (4:06)
  4. Le Piroguier (4:22)
  5. Homme Rouge (5:25)
  6. Les Korrigans (5:17)
  7. Quand Tout S'Arrete (1:31)
Review: French double bassist and composer Henri Texier has made some superb albums over the course of his epic career, but few are quite as exceptional as his 1976 debut, "Amir". Now available on vinyl again for the first time since 1979, the set sees Texier and his collaborators mix elements of traditional jazz with of folk, traditional French music, hypnotic raga jazz and some seriously blissful, hazy chanted vocalisations. It's a blend that's in parts hazy, atmospheric, wide-eyed and surprisingly experimental, despite the easy pleasantness of the majority of tracks. The album has previously been championed by Balearic DJs as much as jazz heads, and listening to this reissue it's easy to hear why.
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Played by: Manu•Archeo, Dom Ore
 in stock $21.41
Cat: FSR 7090. Rel: 15 Nov 18
Funk
  1. Egg Roll (3:16)
  2. The Dump (3:46)
Review: New Zealand-born Lance Ferguson has been the beating heart of Melbourne's modern funk and soul scene for the best part of two decades. It's this that allowed him to gather many of the city's best musicians together to record "Rare Groove Spectrum", an album of fresh covers of rare and classic funk, soul and Latin jams. This sampler seven-inch contains two killer covers. On the A you'll find Ferguson and company charging through the deep funk brilliance of "Egg Roll", an instrumental track that first rose to prominence when Keb Darge reissued an un-credited test pressing of mysterious origin. Over on the flip, Ferguson's charges deliver a heady, exotic and intoxicating interpretation of "The Dump" by Soul Vibrations.
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Idlehour (12")
Cat: PD 003. Rel: 14 Nov 18
Deep House
  1. Club Fever (7:15)
  2. Club Reliever (6:55)
  3. Machine Age (1:16)
  4. Broken Bell (5:01)
  5. Lolli (5:07)
  6. Atmo (2:19)
Review: Made in the winter and spring of 2018 in 'edenic' Altadena, California: P & D Records co-founder (and Suzanne Kraft collaborator) P Relief is back with the label's third release. The now Berlin based producer serves up dreamy and mesmerizing lo-fi house on the splendid Idlehour EP, as heard on terrific jams such as the wonderful opener "Club Fever" while the zeitgeist of early '90s IDM is captured stylishly on the mysterious "Broken Bell" as well as on the dreamy, ambient house "Lolli".
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Cat: EM 6001. Rel: 12 Nov 18
Soul
  1. I'm So Happy (4:10)
  2. Love Me For All The Right Reasons (3:53)
Review: Two super rare takes on verified northern soul anthems from Tamla Motown singer/songwriting legend Brenda Holloway on Eight Mile: Her biggest track - a cover of Prince Philip Mitchell's "I'm So Happy" - is thrown down in true Tamla style with big orchestration and belting backing vocals while the highly sought after "Love Me For All The Right Reasons" digs deep in the heart with more of a contemporary soul touch. Heaven sent.
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Cat: MODULARZ 38. Rel: 12 Nov 18
Techno
  1. He Was (6:37)
  2. Get Down Motive (6:53)
  3. The Resistance (6:29)
  4. Faded Nights (5:51)
Review: Los Angeles DJ Veteran Developer returns to his Label Modularz for his yearly solo release and spares no time in showing his versatile range as a producer, with his unique signature sound of rhythmic and hypnotic bangers that have easily placed him as one busiest and most consistent techno producers in the world for the last decade. On this new EP titled "Off Grid he literary goes off grid from his last releases and compliments the sound of his solo label Developer Archive, laying down jam after jam of funky yet haunting tonal bits of sonic rollers. This is what techno is about!
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 in stock $12.32
Gangster Boogie (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: DYNAM 7021. Rel: 16 Nov 18
Funk
  1. Gangster Boogie (4:11)
  2. Why Did You Do It (3:59)
Review: For their latest essential seven-inch single, the Dynamite Cuts crew has raided Chicago Gangsters' 1975 debut album, "Blind Over You". Neither of the two tracks on offer has been featured on a "45" before. On the A-side you'll find "Gangster Boogie", a seriously heavy, Clavinet and saxophone-laden funk wriggler whose snappy drum break has appeared on numerous hip-hop jams over the years (including LL Cool J's "Mama Said Knock You Out"). On the flip you'll find the even more riotous and life-affirming funk-rock masterpiece "Why Did You Do It". Rich in rasping horns, wild organ lines and gnarly guitar riffs, it's just crying out to be played loud over a heavy soundsystem.
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VARIOUS
Cat: SDBANLP 11. Rel: 14 Nov 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. R Roland - "Ethero-Disco" (2:46)
  2. Carl Watson - "King Kong" (2:59)
  3. Charles Vernon - "Baby Won't You Turn Me On" (3:53)
  4. Lovedream - "Sexy" (2:23)
  5. Fancy - "Tropicana Beach" (3:56)
  6. Marianne - "Queen To The Pharaoh" (2:47)
  7. Flame - "Groovin' To The Music" (3:49)
  8. Steve - "I'm Free" (2:45)
  9. CC Band - "Be My Love Tonight" (4:04)
  10. Quartz - "Cool & Get Up" (4:06)
  11. Dan Davis - "Feel So Glad" (3:20)
  12. Kevin Morane - "Ivre De Vie" (4:17)
  13. L2 - "La Gomme" (2:57)
  14. Venus - "Strange How You Move" (5:54)
  15. Bubble - "Bubblegum" (3:16)
  16. Carl Candy & The Candy-Chicks - "It's Magic" (4:11)
Review: Discophilia Belgica is a collection of 'next-door-disco and local spacemusic' from Belgium circa 1975-1987 - compiled by Loud E & The Wild. The compilation is not indicative of any actual 'scene', as most of the bands featured had probably never performed live. The 16 tracks featured here are the result of a decade of crate digging in flea markets, charity shops and vinyl trades - picking out what might appeal to a contemporary dancefloor or just to their own eccentric tastes. The first volume features R. Roland's French-pop inspired "Ethero-Disco" and Carl Watson's sleazy jazz-flute heavy "King Kong" to the C.C. Band's disco floor filler "Be My Love Tonight".
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Played by: Manu•Archeo, Dj soFa
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Cat: LEGO 150VL. Rel: 15 Nov 18
Soul
  1. Northern Soul (3:10)
  2. Coney Island Getaway (3:51)
Review: Australian in London Sarakula whips up a little time machine with this cheeky Legere 45"; "Northern Soul" takes us back a little earlier into Joel's back cat. Fully remastered, it remains an outstanding piece of thumping Costellian pop thanks to its striking piano line and driving drums. "Coney Island Getaway" brings us back to the present day with his recent album Love Club. Flexing a little more of a Roxy Music spirit in this one, there's some deep dreams coded into its DNA.
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  1. By Day (feat Sio - Andre Lodemann & Fabian Dikof remix) (7:10)
  2. By Day (feat Sio - Fred ReVersion) (5:24)
  3. Silverlight (feat Jinadu - Ian Pooley remix) (6:41)
  4. Wherever You Go (Lauer akai mix) (6:29)
Review: Fred Everything's Lazy Days label rounds out a strong 2018 with this remix package focused on some of Everything's recent productions. On the A side, his collaboration with singer Sio gets the remix treatment from Andre Lodemann and Fabian Dikof before Everything himself comes back to revisit the track with an alternative spin. While each having their own distinct stamps on how to work "By Day," both versions chime with the kind of uplifting, melodic tech house that Lazy Days is known for. On the B side, "Sliverlight" gets a once over from Ian Pooley, who employs a subby bass and tense, sustained string notes to create a captivating atmosphere, then Lauer rounds the record out with a bright and breezy 90s-rave-flavoured "Akai Mix" of "Wherever You Go."
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Played by: Vincent Inc
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  1. Donato Dozzy & Mike Parker - "Patagotitan" (6:02)
  2. Abstract Division - "Dissonance" (6:18)
  3. Deepbass & Ness - "Les Planes" (6:30)
  4. Ben Buitendijk - "Vortex" (6:03)
Review: More dark, throbbing and unearthly antics from the Dynamic Reflection camp as they offer up a third collection of cuts from their expansive "Continuum" box set. Donato Dozzy and Mike Parker clearly got the memo, because their forthright opener "Patagotitan" is an alien club-jacker rich in razor-sharp, mind-altering electronics and hustling drum machine percussion. Abstract Division's "Dissonance" sounds like a dystopian, acid-fired tribute to Orbital's "Chime", while Deepbass and Ness' superb "Les Planes" is deep, atmospheric techno straight from the top drawer. As if that wasn't enough to get the juices flowing, Ben Buitendijk's "Vortex" is a perfectly pitched chunk of horror-techno hypnotism.
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Cat: GSC45 19. Rel: 12 Nov 18
Funk
  1. Searching For Soul (edit) (2:40)
  2. Show-stopper (edit) (3:54)
Review: Galaxy Sound Co hit hard with two more edits. Both taking from triple figure sources; on the A we go back to 1968 for a chunky big funk fix on Jake Wade & The Soul Searcher's only known single "Searching For Soul" (which was famously sampled by Beyonce on "Suga Mama"). Bangini drums, horns, and a sweet bass line, the guys knew how to lay it down. Flip to the B we're blessed with the sweltering garage rock melter "Show-stopper". Powerful and sleazy; this packs a punch now more than ever, and just goes to show how much music was under the radar at that time.
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 in stock $10.70
The Nature & The Metal EP (hand-numbered hand-stamped 12" + insert limited to 250 copies)
Cat: MOD 006. Rel: 16 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Beautiful Sadness (7:24)
  2. External Guidance Suggested (9:41)
  3. Ritual Serenade (7:17)
  4. The Nature & The Metal (7:07)
Review: Over the last decade, few have amassed as fine a catalogue of revivalist Italo-disco, EBM and synth-wave cuts than The Revolving Eyes. It's because of this that each new release from the Belgain duo is worth a listen. Predictably, there's plenty of dark and clandestine fodder to be found on The Nature And The Metal, their first release of 2018. Highlights include the foreboding horror chords, psychedelic acid lines and metronomic throb of "Beautiful Sadness", the rising orchestration and clicking drum machine hits of "Monotrance" and the ragged and distorted, acid-EBM fusion of the titanium-clad "Ritual Serenade". The title track, which closes the EP, is alo sublime: a clanking industrial workout smothered in far-sighted, futurist techno synths.
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Played by: Ali Renault
 in stock $9.63
SA 001 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SA 001. Rel: 12 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Coast 2 Coast (6:29)
  2. Heart Hertz (7:37)
Review: Lee Norris' Norken project has been on prolific form of late, not least with plenty of reissues of classic material on Delsin and Neo Ouija, but here's something new from the seminal leftfield electro venture on new label Subconscious Algorithms. Norken fans will find much to love here, leading in with the wobbly synth strokes of "Coast 2 Coast" that positively cascades its gorgeous melodic content down upon your ear drums. "Heart Hertz" is no slouch in the emotional stakes either, especially when the lingering sustain of the string notes unfurl into the bubbling broth of machine-wrought harmonies. This is advanced electronics for sensitive system souls.
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Wilson Phoenix 03 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: WP 03. Rel: 19 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Between Mars (5:17)
  2. Moon Machine (5:00)
  3. Exo Planet (5:42)
Review: Thus far all we know about Wilson Phoenix is pressed into the previous two records the anonymous operator has released so far in 2018. That should be enough for techno heads with their ears to the ground - this is rough and ready hardware business for those who like it nasty. While not perhaps as willfully unhinged as Neil Landstrumm, it's very much in that sonic ballpark, not least on relentless acidic opener "Between Mars." Things get a little freakier with the pinging electro delights of "Moon Machine" before the rowdy rave beast "Exo Planet" levels the landscape with some brutal synth stabs that would sound at home on an early The Prodigy record.
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Played by: Skudge, Tripeo, S-File
 in stock $6.42
Lady Love (7")
RCA
Cat: 7PR 65001. Rel: 21 Nov 18
Soul
  1. Lady Love (4:59)
  2. Love Everlasting (3:14)
Review: You'll struggle to find a more sumptuous of folk-soul bliss than Jon Lucien's 1973 single "Lady Love". Similar in tone to some of Terry Callier's finest works, it features Lucien delivering a smooth and sultry vocal over twittering flutes, soft-touch acoustic guitars and swirling instrumentation. This timely reissue pairs the full-length 'Rashida" album version with another cut from the same set, "Love Everlasting". This glassy-eyed affair boasts more of a samba shuffle than the better-known A-side, but a similar reliance on evocative orchestration and Lucien's wonderfully delivered lead vocals. In a word: essential.
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RCA
Cat: 7PR 65002. Rel: 21 Nov 18
Soul
  1. Would You Believe In Me (2:27)
  2. Kuenda (3:12)
Review: This excellent seven-inch single mines the rich seam of Terry Callier style folk-soul that is Jon Lucien's incredible 1973 album "Rashida". On the A-side you'll find the brilliantly breezy, horn-heavy samba-soul sunshine of "Would You Believe In Me", a song so beloved to Lucien that he re-recorded it several times later in his career. On the B-side you'll find the arguably even sweeter and more loved-up "Kuenda", where Lucien delivers attractive scat-style, double-racked freestyle vocals over a backing track rich in finger-picked folk guitar arpeggio lines and atmospheric field recordings of nature. It's a joyously simple track, but one that will stay with you for hours after you've put the record back on the shelf.
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Cat: ED 024. Rel: 21 Nov 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Ed Wizard & Double Disco Dee - "Spirit Power" (6:13)
  2. Duff Disco - "Burning Hot" (6:05)
  3. Hotmood - "I Was Born In Mexico" (6:18)
  4. Alex Zuiev - "I Feel Funky" (6:23)
Review: While most Editorial EPs feature contributions from a range of high-flying re-editors, their latest collection of cuts boasts a particularly star-studded line-up. For example, it features a now rare outing from Jeremy Duffy under the familiar Duff Disco alias, a gently rolling disco-soul revision called "Burning Hot" that underpins a suitably glassy-eyed cut with his trademark soft-touch house drums. More up-tempo fare can be found on side B, where Hotmood's disco-funk rearrangement "I Was Born In Mexico" - think restless slap bass, eyes-shut guitar solos, bouncy drums and rising horns - is joined by the razor-sharp disco-funk sweatiness of Alex Zuiev's "I Feel Funky". Arguably best of all, though, is Ed Wizard and Disco Double Dee's woozy, sample-heavy disco roller "Spirit Power".
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MEANDYOU 11 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MEANDYOU 11. Rel: 19 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Bago (6:26)
  2. Depart (7:07)
  3. Peace (5:49)
  4. Spheric (4:41)
Review: While Palaphor may not be a familiar name, the artist behind it is deeply entrenched in the meandyou story. Manchester's premier stable of house and techno subversives have long vibrated to the sound of Juniper, and now one half of the duo presents a new stream of inventive machine expression from the outer limits. Even if the space and textures on this EP place it in the leftfield, it actually hits with immediacy and warmth that makes it incredibly easy to sink into. From the autumnal haze of "Depart" to the melancholic thrust of "Peace," this is a gorgeous addition to the impeccable meandyou catalogue. One can only hope there's more music from Palaphor waiting in the wings.
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Played by: Skudge
 in stock $8.56
Rising (CD)
Cat: TOKEN 88CD. Rel: 19 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Rising
  2. Sands Of Time
  3. Perchance To Dream
  4. Lost & Found
  5. Out There
  6. Duality Of Mind
  7. It Follows
  8. Infinite Limit
  9. Dume
  10. Irreversible
  11. Love Field
Review: Despite becoming a serious force in the contemporary techno scene over the last seven years, Antonin Jeanson has never released an album. He's made plenty of killer 12" singles, but for one reason or another has never applied his trademark style to the long-playing format. It's perhaps a surprise then, that his debut album, "Rising", is a near perfect example of a modern techno album. There are quite a few atmospheric and ear-catching dancefloor workouts - see the bustling beats and creepy electronics of "Perchance To Dream", the dark throb of "Duality of Mind" and the slamming psych-techno of "It Follows" - but also more considered, left-of-centre trips into IDM, ambient techno and otherworldly ambient territory. It's these diversions that make the album such an entertaining and rewarding listen.
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Played by: Sanderson Dear
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Cat: DE 233. Rel: 21 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Regress To Nowhere (5:09)
  2. Into The Motion (5:15)
  3. Sewer Escape (6:03)
  4. Muscle Memory (5:30)
  5. Leaving (feat Ivy Barkakati) (5:37)
  6. Nambu Line Dub (5:14)
Review: Luis Garban aka Cardopusher's raw, electro-infused take on techno has earned him releases on labels like Boysnoize and Super Rhythm Trax whilst running his successful Classicworks imprint alongside co-founder Nehuen. His Muscle Memory EP for Bay Area retroverts Dark Entries sees him ride on the winning formula of raw and jacking house and techno grooves from yesteryear with a touch of modern flair. It's all aboard the acid express on high octane thrillers like "Regress To Nowhere" or "Into The Motion" which feature the signature glide and resonance of the Roland 303, to EBM-infused electro bangers (title track "Muscle Memory") and the deep down and dirty bump of "Nambu Line Dub".
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Played by: Snuffo, Ali Renault
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Cat: EXPAND 116. Rel: 23 Nov 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Give Me Your Love (6:19)
  2. You Can't Turn Me Away (5:29)
Review: Expansion's latest must-have release brings together two killer cuts from Sylvia Striplin's brilliant 1981 album "Give Me You Love", which originally appeared on Roy Ayers' Uno Melodic label. Ayers produced and arranged both cuts alongside regular collaborator James Bedford. "Give Me Your Love" is, of course, something of an anthem in underground disco circles, with Striplin's breathy and emotionally rich vocal rounding off a superb cut that's rich in crunchy Clavinet lines, walking bass, snappy drums, sensual synth doodles and rising horns. Flipside "You Can't Turn Me Away", meanwhile, is closer in sound and vibe to Roy Ayers' jazz-funk cuts from the period, which is no bad thing.
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Power (LP)
Cat: RBLP 12. Rel: 22 Nov 18
Deep House
  1. Blissos (3:15)
  2. Fatigue (5:54)
  3. Direction (5:17)
  4. Mirrors (with Jasnau) (4:18)
  5. Phaser7 (4:46)
  6. Faell (2:39)
  7. Realistic (4:17)
  8. Nirost (5:22)
  9. Power (with Jasnau) (4:36)
Review: Whether operating solo or alongside Gerd Janson as Tuff City Kids, Phillip Lauer's productions have always tended towards the loved-up, glassy-eyed and retro-futurist. "Power" - his first solo album for three years - ripples with giddy references to vintage dance styles of the '80s and '90s, from the synth-heavy Italo-disco revivalism of "Phaser7" and "Mirrors", to the rush-inducing electro positivity of "Direction" and the almost overwhelmingly sun-kissed pulse of Balearic-minded ambient opener "Blissos". While his inspirations are overwhelmingly old-fashioned in nature, the resultant tracks are rarely less than brilliant, with the instrumental synth-pop rush of "Realistic" and muscular, Bobby Orlando-esque sing-along "Power" amongst the many sparkling highlights.
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BBE
Cat: BBE 448CLP. Rel: 23 Nov 18
Jazz
  1. Billy Bang's Survival Ensemble - "Illustration" (8:16)
  2. Michel Sardaby - "Martinica" (5:47)
  3. Kafe - "Fonetik A Velo" (10:04)
  4. Le Steel-Band De La Trinidad - "Calypso Jazz Improvisation" (5:07)
  5. The Theo Loevendie Consort - "Timbuktu" (4:46)
  6. The Jazz Committee For Latin American Affairs - "Ismaaa" (8:13)
  7. Armand Lemal - "Souffle" (part 2) (8:44)
  8. Masabimi Kikuchi - "Pumu #1" (6:04)
  9. Joe Malinga & Southern African Force - "ITwenty Five" (8:59)
Review: IF-Music record store chief Jean-Claude has quickly become one of BBE's go-to men when it comes to putting together compilations of obscure jazz gems. This nine-track selection of gems sourced from "the four corners of the globe" was curated in cahoots with fellow record dealer Victor Kiswell and follows hot on the heels of two volumes of the "A Journey Into Deep Jazz" series. There's much to admire, from the piano-powered springtime sweetness of Joe Malinga and Southern African Force's "ITwenty Five", the slowly building spiritual jazz-funk of Kafe's "Fonetik a Velo", to the bongo and organ-rich deepness of Armand Lemal's "Souffle" and the self-explanatory "Calypso Jazz Improvisation" by Le Steel-Band De La Trinidad.
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Cat: CORD 7014. Rel: 20 Nov 18
Soul
  1. I Like Your Style (3:24)
  2. The Love I Found In You (feat Chuck Edwards) (4:15)
Review: During the 1970s, San Francisco-based family band The Edwards Generation released a handful of obscure singles that are now sought by funk and soul collectors the world over. These very same collectors should enjoy this tidy seven-inch on Cordial, which offers up two previously unheard recordings from the Chuck Edwards-helmed outfit. A-side "I Like Your Style" is a breezy and laidback dancefloor mover, with a sweet lead vocal, rubbery slap bass, jangling guitars, fuzzy horns and unfussy but floor-ready drums. Chuck Edwards sings lead on the loved-up, West Coast style goodness of "The Love I Found In You", a sunshine-ready number that's arguably the stronger of two killer cuts.
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Cat: PGR 03. Rel: 23 Nov 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Dark Thoughts (The Afterworld) (6:45)
  2. G's Riddim (6:38)
  3. Clearing Space (7:30)
  4. Mango Came Round (7:23)
Review: Colin McBean continues to offer up new EPs containing sought-after cuts from his vast back catalogue. This latest EP gathers together some of the highlights from his 2012 LP "State of Flux", including a clutch that have never before appeared on wax. First up is bona-fide floor-slayer "Dark Thoughts (The Afterworld)", where McBean wraps foreboding bass and intergalactic electronics around a bounding groove, quickly followed by the gargantuan metallic percussion hits, trippy spoken word samples and restless acid bass of "G's Riddem". Turn to the flipside for the warehouse-ready acid house revivalism of "Clearing Space" and the sweaty analogue house heaviness of sub-sporting thriller "Mango Came Round...."
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Played by: Don Crisp
 in stock $9.91
Cat: DE 239. Rel: 21 Nov 18
Electro
  1. Viperidae (6:23)
  2. Dagger Ceremony (5:45)
  3. Hospital Acid (6:27)
  4. New Advent (6:53)
  5. Playing With Fire (6:33)
  6. Mysteric Teachings (4:25)
Review: Photonz is the alias of Marco Rodrigues a DJ, producer and driving force of Lisbon's underground scene. For little over a decade now, he's been crafting his own deeply personal style of Portuguese house and techno for labels such as Creme Organization, 20:20 Vision, Don't Be Afraid, Skylax, Unknown To The Unknown and his own One Eyed Jacks. As a DJ, Photonz grew a reputation for deep crates and intensely euphoric sets and in 2017, together with Violet (co-founder at his Radio Quantica) and Lisbon's own Rabbit Hole collective, he started the now infamous Mina parties - a monthly, sex-positive, queer and intersectional-feminist techno party aimed at using the dissociative potential of intense raving to create a temporary space of suspension away from patriarchal expectations.
Etheric Body Music is Photonz's debut 6-track EP for Dark Entries and a simultaneous reference to hermeticism and EBM (Electronic Body Music). Marco loves that "aesthetic when 80s industrial and EBM bands split up and start to make trance in the early 90s and all the ritual magick pushes them to zen stuff and they do ecstasy." There's this concept in theosophy and hermetic philosophy of the Etheric Body, which is an energy body superimposed and connected to the physical body, similar to the acupuncture idea of an energetic body. That idea manifests itself as six primal club cuts, which also channel early techno, Drexciyan rhythms, balearic & old school jack. Raw arpeggiated synth lines and bass blast jut against metallic stabs and highly percussive shakedowns to create mournful atmospheric warped house. All songs have been mastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley. The vinyl comes housed in a psychedelic jacket with snakey green and purple velvet in an electric acid spewing weird biological alien energy form designed by Eloise Leigh.
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  1. Junior Fairplay - "End Of Love" (Roy Of The Ravers remix 2) (4:46)
  2. Freeform Five - "Throwing Stones" (Jamie Paton remix) (7:23)
  3. Red Axes - "Waiting For A Surprise" (Kris Baha remix) (7:21)
  4. Bal5000 - "Kids" (7:26)
Review: (Emotional) Especial heralds its 30th release with a killer package from an all-star cast that takes in label regulars and newcomers alike. The vibe starts heated and heavy with modern acid champ Roy Of The Ravers taking a blunt instrument or two to Junior Fairplay's "End Of Love," firing off the kind of bludgeoning b-line and fizzing drums that makes his direct approach to the dancefloor so potent. It's somewhat surprising to see Freeform Five pop up on this 12", but Jamie Paton's remix of "Throwing Stones" sounds utterly natural in the habitat - a brooding, simmering trip shot through with noirish synths. Kris Baha gets busy with Red Axes' "Waiting For A Surprise," twisting out an exotic bubbler perfect for the low tempo chugging crowd, and then Bal5000 wraps things up with the gorgeous electro-disco delights of "Kids".
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Played by: Hammer, Ali Renault
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Take It Personally Featuring Desmond Foster (hand-numbered 7" limited to 300 copies housed in hand-stamped kraft paper inner sleeve + branded card outer sleeve + sticker) (1 per customer)
Cat: MUKAT 060LTD300. Rel: 19 Nov 18
Funk
  1. Take It Personally (feat Desmond Foster) (1:30)
  2. Take It Personally (Exclusive unreleased instrumental) (1:30)
Review: Mukatsuku's latest must-have release offers another opportunity to own early Freddie Cruger AKA Red Astaire favourite "Take It Personally". The wonderfully dusty, smoky and life-affirming hip-hop-soul cut first appeared as a Swedish only CD single in 2001, before later being included on the Stockholm stalwart's 2006 debut album "Soul Search". This time round, the inspired original - all head-nodding beats, sumptuous strings and sugary-sweet vocals from guest Desmond Foster - comes accompanied by a previously unreleased instrumental take. This vocal-free version is superb, offering listeners a chance to wallow in the quality of the Swedish veteran's bumpin' beats and intoxicating, head-in-the-clouds production. In the record box of Danny Krivit,DJ Spinna, Kid Koala and more! Only 300 hand-numbered copies and strictly no repress. Juno copies come exclusively in additional hand stamped kraft paper inner sleeve and branded card outer sleeve. Don't sleep !
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VARIOUS
Cat: ST 0031LP. Rel: 21 Nov 18
Deep House
  1. Key Tronics Ensemble - "Calypso Of House" (Paradise mix) (9:07)
  2. Dramatic - "Audio Trip" (6:48)
  3. Night Communication - "Nocturne Seduction" (6:06)
  4. Aqua Re - "Holy Dance" (Large Sound mix) (4:56)
  5. Deep Choice - "Fix Of 4:38 PM" (6:32)
  6. High Tide - "Time Unlimited" (5:28)
  7. Don Pablo's Animals - "Paranoia" (5:19)
  8. Open Spaces - "Sunrise Paradise Garage" (5:19)
  9. Jacy - "Trax" (5:34)
  10. K2 - "In My Garden" (5:39)
  11. Last Rhythm - "Last Rhythm" (ambient mix) (5:06)
Review: Given the recent increase in new deep house productions influenced by the Italian dream house movement, it was inevitable that someone would put together a retrospective of the original sound. The two-part Welcome To Paradise was co-compiled by Dutch selector Young Marco, and does a fantastic job in telling the story of arguably the most loose and loved-up variant of deep house. This first volume combines highly regarded scene anthems - "Calypso of House", Dreamatic's Mr Fingers-inspired "Audio Trip", the sublime ambient mix of "Last Rhythm" - with lesser-known gems from the likes of Jacy, K2 and Open Spaces, whose "Sunrise Paradise Garage" is arguably one of the most Balearic house records ever produced.
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Cat: DMMDI 001. Rel: 21 Nov 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Dubplate Disco - "Pick Up" (Yam Who edit) (8:35)
  2. Motte - "Darkroom Boogie" (6:20)
Review: The first volume in the Disco Made Me Do It series features a couple of sought-after reworks that we reckon will be everywhere over the festive period. The headline attraction is undoubtedly Yam Who's A-side revision of DJ Koze anthem "Pick Up" (itself a housed-up revision of an old Melba Moore classic), which stretches out the dewy-eyed, string-drenched dancefloor bliss over eight and a half mesmerizing minutes. Motte takes over on the flip with "Darkroom Boogie", a peak-time chugger in which spacey, lo-fi synthesizer melodies and ear catching male and female vocals stretch out over a filter-sporting disco-house groove. While not quite as anthem-like as the A-side, it's a killer rework that's just crying out to be played to packed dancefloors.
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Kraksa (12" + insert)
22a
Cat: 22A 024. Rel: 19 Nov 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Kraksa (13:11)
  2. Svantetic (10:45)
Review: Those who pay attention to these things know that Poland's EABS (short for Electro Acoustic Beat Sessions) are one of the hottest jazz combos in the world right now - an accolade earned not only via their incredible playing, but also their willingness to fuse elements of classic Polish and American jazz with hip-hop, soul and funk influences. Here, the fast-rising septet joins forces with 22a regular Tenderlonious (who provides flute and soprano sax solos) for two epic workouts. A-side "Kraksa" is something of an epic; an ever-changing 13-minute jazz journey that brilliantly switches from floor-rocking goodness to horizontal bliss midway through. "Svantetic", meanwhile, wraps fuzzy rock guitars and hammered-out piano riffs around a sweaty groove that just grows in intensity throughout.
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VARIOUS
Soul Of A Nation: Jazz Is The Teacher Funk Is The Preacher (heavyweight vinyl 3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SJRLP 423. Rel: 23 Nov 18
Soul
  1. Art Ensemble Of Chicago - "Theme De Yoyo" (with Fontella Bass) (9:00)
  2. The Har-You Percussion Group - "Welcome To The Party" (4:03)
  3. The Pharaohs - "Damballa" (7:56)
  4. Baby Huey - "Hard Times" (3:21)
  5. James Mason - "Sweet Power, Your Embrace" (5:18)
  6. Byron Morris & Unity - "Kitty Bey" (12:23)
  7. Funkadelic - "Nappy Dugout" (4:33)
  8. Rashied Ali & Frank Lowe - "Exchange" (part 2) (6:14)
  9. Gary Bartz NTU Troop - "Celestial Blues" (7:28)
  10. Oneness Of Juju - "Space Jungle Funk" (9:49)
  11. Sarah Webster Fabio - "Work It Out" (2:44)
  12. Tribe (Wendell Harrison & Phillip Ranelin) - "Beneficent" (6:59)
  13. Gil Scott-Heron - "Whitey On The Moon" (2:01)
  14. Don Cherry - "Brown Rice" (5:15)
Review: Last year, Soul Jazz Records began to examine the relationship between protest, politics and music in the "black power era" via a fine compilation released in celebration of Tate Modern's "The Soul of a Nation" exhibition. This follow-up, released to mark the exhibition's move to Brooklyn, continues the story, gathering together another essential selection of jazz and street-funk cuts by African-American artists - both well-known and obscure - who were inspired by the politics of the black power movement and a growing interest in what the label describes as "Afro-centric, polyrhythmical styles of music". The included music is, in some cases, mind-blowing, with highlights including cuts from The Art Ensemble of Chicago, Byron Morris & Unity, Oneness of Juju, Tribe and Don Cherry.
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Played by: Soul Music
 in stock $24.37
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