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Siku (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + CD)
Cat: ZZK 040LP. Rel: 22 Jan 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Arka (with Esteban Valdivia) (4:09)
  2. Siku (4:11)
  3. El Diablo Me Va A Llevar (3:47)
  4. Hacia Delante (with Chato) (3:55)
  5. Criancada (with Castello Branco) (5:05)
  6. Voz De Las Montanas (with Minuk) (3:18)
  7. Siete (5:47)
  8. Obsidiana (4:49)
  9. Senor De Las Piedras (5:13)
  10. Okami (4:16)
  11. Esu Enia (with Marcio Pinto) (3:31)
  12. Arka (with Esteban Valdivia)
  13. Siku
  14. El Diablo Me Va A Llevar
  15. Hacia Delante (with Chato)
  16. Criancada (with Castello Branco)
  17. Voz De Las Montanas (with Minuk)
  18. Siete
  19. Obsidiana
  20. Senor De Las Piedras
  21. Okami
  22. Esu Enia (with Marcio Pinto)
Review: On his second album titled Siku, Ecuadorian producer Nicola Cruz continues his exploration into ancestral Latin American cosmology, as well as expanding his vision towards new stories and other cultures as sources of inspiration. The title is named after a wind instrument of Andean origin, highly symbolic in ancestral rituals. Cruz merges electronic and organic elements with symbolic/spiritual connotations, plus studies of the samba, cumbia and rhythms of African, Andean and Hindu origin. Hypnotic electronica merges with the folkloric on the title track and "Senor De Las Piedras", traditional music is respectfully explored on charming vocal-led tracks like "Hacia Delante" (with Chato) and he goes deep into the jungle on exotic journeys like "Obsidiana".
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Hey Ron (remixes) (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ZKR 2. Rel: 05 Oct 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Hey Ron (Frank Wiedemann remix) (9:54)
  2. Hey Ron (Kejeblos remix) (5:39)
Review: Swiss venue Zukunft Club Zurich made the logical expansion into a record label earlier this year with Zukunft Recordings, which was inaugurated in fine fashion by The Legendary Lightness, with Ripperton making the 12" all the more special thanks to his wonderful remix. Zukunft clearly felt there was further room to explore "Hey Ron" with two more remixes pressed up for their second 12" release. Up top Frank Wiedemann from Ame/Howling creates a hymn for the dancefloor, whilst the flip sees Kejeblos veering off into groovy disco territory on a revision blessed with early electro influences.
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Islands (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ZEP 013. Rel: 31 Jan 19
Deep House
  1. Effendi (5:57)
  2. Rocky & Bullwinkle (4:34)
  3. Switched On (5:29)
  4. Finagling (5:32)
Review: On previous releases, the Maghreban brilliantly fused a wide variety of global influences - Middle Eastern music, heavy African rhythms, dub, techno, house, cosmic disco and weirdo electronica - to create brilliantly off-kilter tracks that inhabited a sonic realm of their own. He's at it again here, giddily flitting between wonderfully tropical Zouk/house fusion (the bustling drum machine beats and marimba-style synths of "Effendi"), Chateau Flight-esque end-of-days techno insanity (the locked-in weirdness of "Switched On"), skittish highlife/breakbeat business (the surprisingly fuzzy and funky "Finagling") and intergalactic punk-funk dub ("Rocky & Bullwinkle"). It's sometimes hard to keep up with his brilliant musical flights of fancy, but it's a ride you'll want to take time and time again.
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Played by: Wes Baggaley
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Stateless (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZM 022LP. Rel: 05 Nov 14
Ambient/Drone
  1. Displaced
  2. Stateless
  3. Pacific Ocean
  4. Time Washes Away Everything
Review: This collection of four long and reflective instrumental pieces may comprise the last album Alex Zhang Hungtai makes as Dirty Beaches, and it's a record on which he largely jettisons the more electro and rock 'n' roll tinged abstraction that made his name on records like his breakthrough 'Badlands' for an ambient-tinged widescreen sweep that's more Cliff Martinez than Chris Isaak. Yet the cinematic melancholia that always remained at the heart of his work is very much present and correct on Stateless, an elegant and rewarding statement which is as laudable for both its less-is-more aesthetic as its emotional impact.
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Played by: Thread London
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ZIP
Cat: ZP 01. Rel: 02 Aug 16
Soul
  1. What Would Marvin Say? (4:38)
  2. Sunday (4:52)
Review: Pat Biggerstaff's ZIP catapults itself into the modern soul game with an arresting statement of intent; St Louie-born, Kansas-based Bryan Austin takes time off his calling as a missionary to lay down two soft, dreamy, string and piano based ballads. "What Would Marvin Say?" is rich in references and respect while "Sunday" takes The Moments' classic to slower, deeper, emotive pastures. Both establish ZIP as a new label with promise.
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3 Cember (limited blue vinyl 7" + insert)
Cat: ZEL 02. Rel: 02 Jul 19
International
  1. 3 Cember (3:06)
  2. Yafta (3:50)
Review: If you're unfamiliar with the name Mavi Gunes 69, don't worry: it's a brand new project from Osman Murat Ertel - co-founder of cult Turkish psych-folk band BaBa Zula - and his life partner Esma Ertel, a talented singer, songwriter and dancer. There's much to admire on this out-there debut single, not least the lo-fi psychedelia of "3 Cember", where Esma Ertel's half-chanted vocals rise above hallucinatory Middle Eastern instrumentation (drenched in copious amounts of reverb) and a dark, low-slung groove. Flipside "Yafta" is a slightly more up-tempo affair, with flash-fried acid-funk guitar flashes and exotic instrumental flourishes rising above a near tribal late night groove. Both tracks are hugely atmospheric and undeniably intoxicating.
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Dawner (7" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: ZAMZAM 72. Rel: 31 May 19
Dub
  1. Dawner (4:12)
  2. Tawny Grammar (4:06)
Review: ZamZam 72 comes from one of our favorite producers for the last few years, the elusive Andy Mac. Known in particular for his "Diving Bird" series, a buy-on-sight trilogy of 12"s on Bristol's Idle Hands, the idiosyncratic producer also has releases on No Corner (in collaboration with Ossia), and the seminal Punch Drunk label. His unique style of chopped, techy, warm, pastoralist dubwise had us from the first, and the tunes he sent us flew through our A&R gauntlet with ease. His are records we return to again and again, revealing more subtlety with each listen, free from genre or tempo constraints.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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Cat: ZEDD 12270. Rel: 27 Feb 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Bobby D’Ambrosio - "Moment Of My Life" (feat Michelle Weeks) (9:08)
  2. Carlos Romanos - "121" (Doug Willis Raw edit) (5:15)
  3. Joey Negro - "K-Jee" (Philly World mix) (8:48)
  4. The APX - "Lose Yourself To The Groove" (JN Future Boogie edit) (6:55)
Review: Z Records' compilation style "Attack The Dancefloor" EPs rarely fail to deliver, with big cheese Dave Lee (AKA Joey Negro) collecting together floor-friendly treats with the label's vast catalogue. There's plenty to set the pulse racing on this 12th volume, starting with Negro's organ-heavy revision of Bobby D'Ambrosio and Michelle Weeks' classic '90s house cover of Inner Life disco classic "Moment of My Life". Purist disco thrills are provided by Lee's tidy Doug Willis re-edit of Carlos Romanos' boogie-era disco-funk bumper "121", as well as his vintage cover of MFSB classic "K-Jee". Arguably best of all, though, is Lee's sparkling, synth-heavy "Future Boogie" mix of The APX's revivalist electrofunk jam, "Lose Yourself To The Groove".
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Cat: ZEDD 12277. Rel: 26 Jun 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Mistura - "Do You Love Me?" (feat Angela Johnson - Joey Negro Disco Blend) (6:20)
  2. Sylvester - "I Need You" (Opolopo remix) (7:55)
  3. Neapolitan Soul - "Welcome To The Dub" (11:44)
  4. Raquel Rodriguez - "We Go Together" (Joey Negro club mix) (6:21)
Review: Over the years, Z Records' "Attack The Dancefloor" series has proved to be a serious source of tried-and-tested club cuts in a disco-centric style. Volume 13 is full to bursting with must-have tracks too. Label boss Dave Lee sets the tone, donning his famous Joey Negro alias to deliver a sumptuously summery "Disco Blend" of Mistura's Angela Johnson-voiced "Do You Love Me?" before Opolopo steals the show by turning Sylvester's surging disco anthem "I Need You" into a synth-sporting chunk of revivalist disco-boogie. Neapolitan Soul's "Welcome To The Dub" is a punchy chunk of disco-house laden in percussion and cute instrumental touches, while Lee's Joey Negro Club mix of Raquel Rodriguez's "We Go Together" is a sweet and seductive fusion of jazz-funk instrumentation and celebratory disco grunt.
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Joey NEGRO/VARIOUS
Cat: ZEDDLP 040. Rel: 17 Feb 17
Electro
  1. Hashim - "Al Naafiysh (The Soul)" (7:44)
  2. Aleem - "Release Yourself" (dub) (6:10)
  3. Kosmic Light Force - "Mysterious Waves" (8:31)
  4. Paul Hardcastle - "Rain Forest" (4:16)
  5. The Russell Brothers - "The Party Scene" (6:54)
  6. Dwayne Omarr - "This Party's Jam Packed" (7:10)
  7. G-Force - "Feel The Force" (feat Ronnie Gee & Captain Cee) (7:23)
  8. Tyrone Brunson - "The Smurf" (6:09)
Review: Over the years, Joey Negro has delivered compilations focusing on a wide range of styles and sub-genres, including soulful disco, Italo-house, early U.S disco-rap, and Washington D.C go-go. Now he's turned his attention to electro, the style that did more than any other to inspire Britain's first wave of DJs and dance music producers. This "personal collection" contains a mixture of stone-cold scene classics - Aleem's Leroy Burgess-fronted "Release Yourself", Hashim's scene anthem "Al Naayafiysh (The Soul)" and Dwayne Omar's P-funk influenced "This Party's Jam Packed" - alongside deeper selections such as Kosmic Light Force's brilliant - and hard to find - L.A electrofunk classic "Mysterious Waves", and The Russell Brothers thrillingly intergalactic "The Party Scene".
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WINSTON/VARIOUS
Cat: ZEDDLP 046. Rel: 21 Jun 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Synergy - "More People Than Me" (feat Donnell Pitman) (6:49)
  2. Betty Padgett - "Sugar Daddy" (part one & two) (6:30)
  3. Bollyn Thompson - "Build Your Foundation" (4:10)
  4. Are & Be - "If There Is No Struggle" (long version) (10:26)
  5. Bramsam - "Get Up & Dance Now" (4:03)
  6. Lord Of Storm - "I'm Human" (3:48)
  7. Jonnie Vibes Lambert - "Can't Stop Dancin'" (5:45)
  8. The Olympics - "Do You Like It" (6:34)
  9. The GT's - "Let's Do It Together" (5:18)
  10. Mary Gold - "Dancing" (10:07)
  11. Al Man Muntzie & The Embraceables - "We Are Steady Rockin'" (8:02)
Review: It would be fair to say that Winston is nowhere near as well known as some of the record collectors who've compiled volumes in the "Under The Influence" series (think Nick The Record, Sean P and Red Greg), but it seems his crates are every bit as deep. Check, for example, the unashamedly celebratory, slap-bass propelled disco-funk of Doug Payne and Polygon's "Holiday", the heady, high-octane disco thrills of Expose's "I Just Wanna Dance With You", the low-slung early funk-rap headiness of Jungle Band's "Jungleland (Part 2)" and the wickedly percussive salsa-disco heaviness of Suave's "Salsa Gon Gitcha". In other words, it's a killer collection of top-notch cuts that you'll never have heard before. What's not to like?
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SEAN P/VARIOUS
Cat: ZEDDCD 039. Rel: 12 Jul 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Crystal Clear - "(Caught Between) A Rock & A Hard Place"
  2. Joanne Ellis - "Bye Baby"
  3. King David - "Trinidad Rock"
  4. Don & Oli - "Superman" (Sean P edit)
  5. BBRA - "Do What Make You Feel Good"
  6. George & Glen Miller - "Easing"
  7. HE3 Project - "Thesis On Love"
  8. Fruitcake - "We Are Children"
  9. Plunky & Oneness Of Ju Ju - "Electric Juju Nation/Keep It Moving"
  10. Ed Watson & The Brass Circle - "Roforofo Fight"
  11. Jimmy Spencer - "Summertime"
  12. Les Femmes - "Yes, You Thrill Me"
  13. Nostromo - "Around The World In 80 Seconds" (Sean P edit)
  14. The Coalition - "Where Do We Go From Here"
  15. Bobby Cash Redd - "Skate-Party People" (Sean P edit)
  16. Medina & Mensah - "Kowree Sambazzi"
  17. Natural Hi - "Fame" (Hi remix)
  18. Yeow - "Give My Heart Away"
  19. The Mark IV - "If You Can't Tell Me Something Good"
  20. JP Robinson - "Y'Shua"
  21. Sandy Mercer - "Give Me Your Love"
  22. The Love Bite - "What Goes Up"
  23. World Quake Band - "On The One"
  24. The Stars - "(We Are The) Stars"
  25. William C Brown III - "Come On & Go With Me"
  26. Starship Gilbey - "Take A Train"
  27. Darlene Davis - "Making It" (Sean P edit)
Review: Z Records' Under The Influence series, which peeks into the formative inspirations of notable crate diggers, is rarely less than essential. This fifth installment, from disco specialist Sean P, is, if anything, even better than its' predecessors. The veteran Londoner has opted to steer clear of obvious favourites, instead packing the two discs with killer rarities and lesser-known gems. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the breezy disco-soul chunkiness of Joanne Ellis's "Bye Baby", and thrillingly sweaty Caribbean disco madness of Sean P's own edit of Don & Oli's "Superman", to the slick, synth-heavy boogie shuffle of Les Femmes' "Yes You Thrill Me", and the sax-laden sleaziness of Starship Gibley's break-diggin' favourite "Take A Train".
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FORTHCOMING
Remixed With Love By Joey Negro: Winter 2019 Sampler
Cat: ZEDD 12283. Rel: 01 Nov 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. I'm A Big Freak (R*U1*2) (JN Super Phreek Out)
  2. Everybody Loves A Good Thing (JN More Of A Good Thing mix)
Review: The latest edition in Joey Negro's ongoing "Remixed With Love" series sees the veteran producer turning his hand to two tracks from the 1978 debut album by Phreek, an all-star studio band helmed by Patrick Adams and Leroy Burgess. Side A boasts a superb revision of "I'm A Big Freak (R*U*1*2)" in which the Z Records boss turns an already wild cut into a synth-laden freak-out of epic proportions (think crazy synth solos, heady party atmosphere and urgent vocals). On the flip you'll find an arguably even better version of "Everybody Loves A Good Thing" that places Leroy Burgess' killer lead vocal right at the heart of the action. Joey Negro's extended mix is very respectful of Adams' original version, but that's no bad thing.
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Played by: Vincent Inc
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FAZE ACTION/VARIOUS
Cat: ZEDDCD 43. Rel: 01 Jun 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Carol Dionne - "I'm In Love With You"
  2. Leston Paul - "All Nite Tonight" (mix)
  3. Bebe Manga - "Lokognolo"
  4. Saraba - "Barlia (Kulandjagnho)"
  5. Courtial - "Love Nevermore" (feat Errol Knowles)
  6. Stylus - "We All Need One Another"
  7. Midway - "Set It Out" (Faze Action edit)
  8. Delight - "Is It Too Late" (feat Phenix Horns Esquire)
  9. Disco Circus - "Dig It"
  10. Michele Claire - "In The Bush"
  11. Galaxy - "Let Love Begin"
  12. Mikki - "Dance Lover" (feat Starz - Faze Action edit)
  13. Pilgrim Fathers Orchestra - "Touch Me Don't Stop"
  14. Songhoi Band - "Africa Africa" (Faze Action edit)
  15. Oscar Perry - "Body Movements"
  16. Don Lurio - "Ruba Ruba"
  17. Space - "Mixed Up" (Faze Action edit)
  18. Tony Antoniou - "Send In The Night" (instrumental mix)
  19. Spats - "Hot Summer Madness"
  20. Banzai - "Runaway"
Review: For the latest volume in their crate-digging disco series, Under The Influence, Z Records has turned to long-serving British brothers Simon and Robin Lee AKA Faze Action. In keeping with the series' dusty-fingered ethos, there's plenty of brilliant rarities to set the pulse racing - see the smooth '80s boogie of Leston Paul's "All Nite Tonight", the sublime Afro-disco brilliance of Bebe Manga, the up-tempo hustle of Oscar Perry's "Body Movements" and the South American disco swirl of Don Lurio's "Ruba Ruba" - as well as a smattering of obscure versions of classic dancefloor hits (check Michele Claire's version of "In The Bush"). You'll also find a smattering of killer Faze Action edits, too, with their version of Midway's "Set It Out" and Mikki's freestyle-era boogie ham "Dance Lover" standing out.
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Joey NEGRO/VARIOUS
Cat: ZEDDCD 038. Rel: 02 Mar 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. The O'Jays - "I Love Music" (Joey Negro Sweet Music mix)
  2. Patti LaBelle - "Music Is My Way Of Life" (Joey Negro Funk In The Music mix)
  3. Pockets - "Come Go With Me" (Joey Negro Found A Place mix)
  4. Gwen McCrae - "Keep The Fire Burning" (Joey Negro Feed The Flame mix)
  5. The Trammps - "Can We Come Together" (Joey Negro Philly dub excursion)
  6. George Benson - "Love Ballad" (Joey Negro Jazzy reprise)
  7. Gladys Knight & The Pips - "Taste Of Bitter Love" (Joey Negro disco re-blend)
  8. Kleeer - "Open Your Mind" (Joey Negro Seeekret mix)
  9. Nicolette Larson - "Lotta Love" (Joey Negro Yacht disco mix)
  10. Robert Palmer - "Every Kinda People" (Joey Negro Multicultural Multitrack mix)
  11. Christopher Cross - "Ride Like The Wind" (Joey Negro extended disco mix)
  12. Thelma Houston - "I'm Here Again" (Joey Negro Ready To Roll mix)
  13. Grace Jones - "Pull Up To The Bumper" (Joey Negro Bumper To Bumper mix)
  14. Cheryl Lynn - "You Saved My Day" (Joey Negro Tell The World mix)
  15. Willie Hutch - "Brother's Gonna Work It Out" (Joey Negro Return Of The Mac mix)
  16. Norman Connors - "Stella" (Joey Negro Jazz Ride)
  17. Jean Carn - "Time Waits For No One" (Joey Negro extended disco mix)
  18. Loose Change - "Straight From The Heart" (Joey Negro Straight To The Groove mix)
  19. Wanda Walden - "Don't You Want My Lovin'" (Joey Negro Back To 81 mix)
  20. People's Choice - "Here We Go Again" (Joey Negro Philly Stomp mix)
Review: With the possible exception of The Reflex, no other producer can match the multi-track re-edits and remixes delivered by house maestro and long-time disco digger Dave 'Joey Negro' Lee. Having laid down a marker with 2013's Remixed With Love, the veteran producer has decided to emphasize his credentials with this similarly superb follow-up. Over the course of two action-packed discs, Lee skillfully re-arranges 20 disco and boogie favourites, using the inherent swing, funk and energy of his source material to create superb, dancefloor-friendly tweaks. Amongst the well-known cuts - think "Pull Up To The Bumper", "Keep The Fire Burning" and "Brothers Gonna Work It Out" - you'll also find sublimely soulful rearrangements of overlooked cuts from Nicolette Larson, Cheryl Lynn and Norman Connors.
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WINSTON/VARIOUS
Cat: ZEDDCD 046. Rel: 21 Jun 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Mary Gold - "Dancing"
  2. Doug Payne & Polygon - "Holiday"
  3. Bollyn Thompson - "Build Your Foundation"
  4. Betty Padgett - "Sugar Daddy" (part 1& 2)
  5. Bilalian Creation - "Save The Children"
  6. Expose - "I Just Wanna Dance With You"
  7. Lord Of Storm - "I'm Human"
  8. Jungle Band - "Jungleland" (part 2)
  9. RG's All Nite Funk Band - "Go For It Sucker"
  10. TT Sotto - "Chorus Line"
  11. Bramsam - "Get Up & Dance Now"
  12. Jonnie Vibes Lambert - "Can't Stop Dancin'"
  13. Synergy - "More People Than Me" (feat Donnell Pitman)
  14. Al "Man" Muntzie & The Embraceables - "We Are Steady Rockin'"
  15. Are & Be - "If There Is No Struggle" (long version)
  16. Juice - "Mercy On Me"
  17. The GT's - "Let's Do It Together"
  18. Eklips - "My Love"
  19. Ms Victoria Barnes - "Never Too Late" (disco version)
  20. The Olympics - "Do You Like It"
  21. Suave - "Salsa Gon Gitcha"
  22. The Rappers - "Funky Juice" (part 1)
Review: It would be fair to say that Winston is nowhere near as well known as some of the record collectors who've compiled volumes in the "Under The Influence" series (think Nick The Record, Sean P and Red Greg), but it seems his crates are every bit as deep. Check, for example, the unashamedly celebratory, slap-bass propelled disco-funk of Doug Payne and Polygon's "Holiday", the heady, high-octane disco thrills of Expose's "I Just Wanna Dance With You", the low-slung early funk-rap headiness of Jungle Band's "Jungleland (Part 2)" and the wickedly percussive salsa-disco heaviness of Suave's "Salsa Gon Gitcha". In other words, it's a killer collection of top-notch cuts that you'll never have heard before. What's not to like?
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Cat: ZEDD 12257X. Rel: 15 Aug 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Lonnie Liston Smith - "Space Princess" (JN Space Goddess mix) (10:44)
  2. Lonnie Liston Smith - "Space Princess" (JN Break mix) (3:52)
  3. Gwen McCrae - "Keep The Fire Burning" (JN Special dub #3) (6:49)
  4. Wardell Piper - "The Power Of Love" (JN Power Of The Boogie mix) (7:11)
Review: Thanks to soaring demand on the second-hand market, Joey Negro has decided to re-press this killer collection of disco remixes that originally appeared on a limited-edition Record Store Day release. All four were created, but not released, during the making of his superb Remixed With Love albums. The A-side boasts two versions of Lonnie Liston Smith classic "Space Princess"; an epic, peak-time disco revision and a brilliant beats version (the "Break Mix"") that consists of little more than punchy percussion, trippy effects and bags of energy. Turn to the flip for Negro's impeccably delay-laden, New York style dub of Gwen McCrae's "Keep The Fire Burning" and a spine-tingling, sing-along rearrangement of Wardell Piper's lesser-celebrated disco-boogie classic "The Power of Love".
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Cat: ZEDD 12271. Rel: 20 Mar 19
Deep House
  1. Fly Away (5:19)
  2. Crystal Eyes (7:39)
  3. I'll Be There (5:52)
  4. Some Day (5:44)
Review: Back in 2016, Crackazat created a bespoke EP for Z Records in which he blended vocal acapellas from the label's archives with his own jazz-fired deep and soulful house grooves. Three years on, he's decided to repeat the exercise, in the process serving up four more killer cuts. He begins by layering Sunburst Band vocals atop bouncy pianos and rich Latin house instrumentation on "Fly Away", before effortlessly joining the dots between deep house, disco and jazz-funk on the superb "Crystal Eyes". "I'll Be There" is a colossal slab of gospel-tinged revivalist New Jersey garage smothered in weighty organ riffs, while "Some Day" offers a deeper and jazzier spin on the same retro-futurist sound.
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Cat: ZEDD 12276. Rel: 22 May 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Vertigo (original club mix) (7:10)
  2. Vertigo (Yuksek remix) (5:30)
  3. Vertigo (JN Spirit Of '78 mix) (8:28)
  4. Vertigo (JKriv dub) (5:50)
Review: Having made its bow on digital download last autumn, JKriv and Adeline's brilliant "Vertigo" finally makes it to wax. The original Club Mix sounds like a long lost cut from Brooklyn disco revivalists Escort, a band that both JKriv and Adeline were members of. It's absolutely brilliant all told - think strong choruses, Nile Rodgers guitars, jangly pianos and walking bass - as is JKriv's throbbing, delay-laden Dub. In between you'll find a dusty disco-house revision from Yuksek and a storming interpretation from Z Records chief Joey Negro, who wraps Adeline's vocal and JKriv's bassline in colourful new boogie synths and some classic disco-funk horns. There's no doubt about it, this will be one of the biggest disco records of 2019.
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FAZE ACTION/VARIOUS
Cat: ZEDDLP 043. Rel: 25 May 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Carol Dionne - "I'm In Love With You" (5:59)
  2. Space - "Mixed Up" (Faze Action edit) (6:34)
  3. Mikki - "Dance Lover" (feat Starz - Faze Action edit) (6:56)
  4. Leston Paul - "All Nite Tonight" (mix) (6:12)
  5. Michele Claire - "In The Bush" (6:36)
  6. Galaxy - "Let Love Begin" (6:28)
  7. Midway - "Set It Out" (Faze Action edit) (5:14)
  8. Songhoi Band - "Africa Africa" (Faze Action edit) (4:50)
  9. Stylus - "We All Need One Another" (3:29)
  10. Oscar Perry - "Body Movements" (8:31)
  11. Spats - "Hot Summer Madness" (3:25)
Review: For the latest volume in their crate-digging disco series, Under The Influence, Z Records has turned to long-serving British brothers Simon and Robin Lee AKA Faze Action. In keeping with the series' dusty-fingered ethos, there's plenty of brilliant rarities to set the pulse racing - see the smooth '80s boogie of Leston Paul's "All Nite Tonight", the up-tempo hustle of Oscar Perry's "Body Movements" - as well as a smattering of obscure versions of classic dancefloor hits (check Michele Claire's version of "In The Bush"). You'll also find a smattering of killer Faze Action edits, too, with their version of Midway's "Set It Out" and Mikki's freestyle-era boogie ham "Dance Lover" standing out.
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  1. Delia Renee - "You're Gonna Want Me Back" (Joey Negro Disco Blend) (7:59)
  2. Foreal People - "Shake" (Dr Packer Re-shake) (6:47)
  3. Z Factor - "Gotta Keep Pushin" (Grant Nelson remix) (6:32)
  4. Four80East & CeCe Peniston - "Are You Ready?" (Joey Negro Redemption mix) (7:03)
Review: If you're looking for a great selection of house and disco club cuts, you can't beat Z Records "Attack The Dancefloor" Series. The latest volume begins with the revivalist disco brilliance of label founder Dave Lee AKA Joey Negro's remix of Delia Renee's "You're Gonna Want Me Back", before moving on to the slightly more house-centric modern disco vibes of Dr Packer's superb revision of vintage Dave Lee production (as Foreal People) "Shake". Over on side B, Grant Nelson offers up a filter-sporting disco-house revision of Z Factor classic "Gotta Keep Pushin", before Lee dons the Joey Negro alias one more time to wrap ear-catching church organ solos around a gospel-influenced house groove on an excellent remix of Four80East and CeCe Peniston's "Are You Ready?".
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YYY 750 (12")
Cat: YYY 750. Rel: 10 Oct 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (8:32)
  2. Track 2 (6:08)
Review: Yoyaku Distribution's matter-of-fact YYY series continues to impress, delivering a third "mystery" 12" of the year to date. The un-credited producer gets straight down to business on side A, wrapping darting melodies and liquid electronics around fizzing cymbals, undulating kick drums and warm bass in an outer-space tech-house style. There's a slightly darker and more energy-packed feel to the flipside track, whose staccato percussion hits, restless drum machine handclaps and back-alley stabs sound like they were created with sweaty basement dancefloors in mind (despite the presence of the series' usual fluid chords).
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Played by: Akioki, William Caycedo
 in stock $12.57
Enweye (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: YOYAKU 002. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Nowel (6:33)
  2. Jowanne (6:39)
  3. Nowel (Varhat remix) (6:58)
Review: Four years ago, Vincent Lemieux + Guillaume & The Coutu Dumont made their collaborative debut as Flabbergast via a fine EP on Circus Company. They've been silent since, meaning that this belated sequel on Yoyaku feels like a big release. "Enweye" operates towards the deeper end of the stripped-back tech-house spectrum, with the duo wrapping intergalactic synthesizer melodies around rock solid kick drums, crashing cymbals and fluid tribal percussion on impeccable opener "Nowel". "Jowanne" is arguably even deeper, with cascading ambient lead lines tumbling down over a shuffling rhythm track and more tropical drum hits. Over on side B, Varhat offers his interpretation of "Nowel", in the process delivering a loose-limbed tech-house percussion jam with hazy, sun-kissed melodies occasionally rising above the sweat-soaked beats.
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Svensei (CD)
Cat: YLCD 014. Rel: 05 Aug 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Winston Surfchill
  2. Freak & Sea
  3. Coco Plum Beach
  4. Close 2 You
  5. Koalafications
  6. Svensei
  7. Thunderwear
  8. Paws Button
  9. Donkey Shot
  10. Living In A Fanta Sea
  11. Nothing But Treble
  12. Wok On Water
Review: Many artists mellow with age. That's certainly the case with Sven Van Hees, a Belgian producer who started his career making tribal techno in the 1990s before slowly edging more towards a lazy, sun-kissed downtempo sound. It's that gorgeously warm and summery sound he explores on "Svensei", a veritable saucer-eyed stroll through languid Balearic beats, simmering slo-mo soul, gently jazzy grooves, tropical dub flavours and the kind of fragrant, thickset soundscapes that were once a staple of the mid '90s chill-out scene. In other words, it's the sort of toasty, mood-enhancing set that's capable of enhancing your mood even after the most testing of days.
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Played by: Vincent Inc
 in stock $18.45
Coexist (heavyweight vinyl gatefold LP + CD + booklet)
Cat: YT 080LPX. Rel: 06 Sep 12
 
Indie
  1. Angels
  2. Chained
  3. Fiction
  4. Try
  5. Reunion
  6. Sunset
  7. Missing
  8. Tides
  9. Unfold
  10. Swept Away
  11. Our Song
  12. Angels
  13. Chained
  14. Fiction
  15. Try
  16. Reunion
  17. Sunset
  18. Missing
  19. Tides
  20. Unfold
  21. Swept Away
  22. Our Song
Review: Here it is: the long awaited second album from Mercury award winning, waif-like London trio The xx. The band have enjoyed a huge amount of success since their eponymous debut album dropped in 2009, and Coexist sees them subtly tweak their sound rather than wholly reinvent it, with their booming drums traded in for something less grandiose. There are some stunning moments on the LP (opener "Angels", "Reunion" and "Swept Away" all linger long in the memory) that will ensure it swats any "difficult second album" talk to one side; this is the sound of a band comfortable in their own skin. Caps doffed to Young Turks who present the LP on sumptuous heavyweight vinyl with included CD and booklet.
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In Colour (LP)
Cat: YTLP 122. Rel: 27 May 15
Bass
  1. Gosh (4:48)
  2. Sleep Sound (3:44)
  3. SeeSaw (feat Romy) (4:32)
  4. Obvs (3:52)
  5. Just Saying (1:23)
  6. Stranger In A Room (feat Oliver Sim) (2:58)
  7. Hold Tight (4:00)
  8. Loud Places (feat Romy) (4:47)
  9. I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times) (feat Young Thug & Popcaan) (3:28)
  10. The Rest Is Noise (5:02)
  11. Girl (4:04)
Review: In Colour is of course the long awaited debut solo album from The xx's in-house knob twiddler Jamie 'xx' Smith, arriving through regular home Young Turks backed with a whole host of guest appearances. The more obsessive Jamie xx fans out there (of which we wager there are many) will no doubt already have burned out their laptops and retinas basking in the all too colourful pre-release streams of In Colour, but it's always nice to grip an album in your hands. The eleven tracks on In Colours come across like a low key ode to the rave from Jamie and pals, with Four Tet, Romy & Oli xx, Young Thug and Popcaan featuring, and yes there is also plenty of steel pan. "Hold Tight", which sounds like Jamie's attempt at forest techno, is a definite highlight! Young Turks have popped in a CD edition of the album too.
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In Colour (CD)
Cat: YTCD 122. Rel: 27 May 15
 
Bass
  1. Gosh
  2. Sleep Sound
  3. SeeSaw (feat Romy)
  4. Obvs
  5. Just Saying
  6. Stranger In A Room (feat Oliver Sim)
  7. Hold Tight
  8. Loud Places (feat Romy)
  9. I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times) (feat Young Thug & Popcaan)
  10. The Rest Is Noise
  11. Girl
Review: In Colour is of course the long awaited debut solo album from The xx's in-house knob twiddler Jamie 'xx' Smith, arriving through regular home Young Turks backed with a whole host of guest appearances. The more obsessive Jamie xx fans out there (of which we wager there are many) will no doubt already have burned out their laptops and retinas basking in the all too colourful pre-release streams of In Colour, but it's always nice to grip an album in your hands. The eleven tracks on In Colours come across like a low key ode to the rave from Jamie and pals, with Four Tet, Romy & Oli xx, Young Thug and Popcaan featuring, and yes there is also plenty of steel pan. "Hold Tight", which sounds like Jamie's attempt at forest techno, is a definite highlight!
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LP1 (LP)
Cat: YTLP 118. Rel: 07 Aug 14
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Preface
  2. Lights On
  3. Two Weeks
  4. Hours
  5. Pendulum
  6. Video Girl
  7. Numbers
  8. Closer
  9. Give Up
  10. Kicks
Review: Young Turks clearly believe that Tahlilah Barnett, formerly known as Twigs (hence the FKA Twigs pseudonym) is a star in the making. They plucked her from obscurity last year and have since released a number of highly regarded singles. This debut album expands on her EPs to date, showcasing her woozy, intricate take on post-R&B. Naturally, her vocals - fragile and evocative, sounding not unlike Kate Bush on occasions - take centre stage, riding a bed of layered-up head-nodding rhythms, post dubstep grooves, trip-hop soundscapes, fizzing electronics and bubbling synthesizers. It's an intoxicating brew, all told, and one that delivers further proof of Barnett's immense potential.
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Heaven & Earth (2xCD + hidden CD)
Cat: Y T176CD. Rel: 22 Jun 18
Jazz
  1. Fists Of Fury (Earth)
  2. Can You Hear Him
  3. Hub-Tones
  4. Connections
  5. Tiffakonkae
  6. The Invincible Youth
  7. Testify
  8. One Of One
  9. The Space Travelers Lullaby (Heaven)
  10. Vi Lua VI Sol
  11. Street Fighter Mas
  12. Song For The Fallen
  13. Journey
  14. The Psalmnist
  15. Show Us The Way
  16. Will You Sing
  17. The Secret Of Jinsinson
  18. Will You Love Me Tomorrow
  19. My Family
  20. Agents Of Multiverse
  21. Ooh Child
Review: There's a growing feeling both inside and outside jazz that Kamasi Washington could well turn out to be one of the style's all-time greats. He's certainly making all the right moves, delivering thought-provoking concept albums of eyebrow-raising length that simply refuse to settle on one sound, rhythm, style or sub-genre. Heaven & Earth, his first album for almost three years, continues this trend, comprising angry instrumental answers to America's growing issues with class division and racism, Rotary Connection style workouts, Sun Ra-esque spiritual workouts, funk and soul-influenced burners, spiraling choral and orchestral affairs, and electric fusions of rubbery synth-funk and mind-altering jazz-blues. Typically, the results are never less than sublime, with Washington's virtuoso saxophone playing taking centre stage throughout.
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Coexist (LP in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: YT 080LP. Rel: 06 Sep 12
 
Indie
  1. Angels
  2. Chained
  3. Fiction
  4. Try
  5. Reunion
  6. Sunset
  7. Missing
  8. Tides
  9. Unfold
  10. Swept Away
  11. Our Song
Review: Here it is: the long awaited second album from Mercury award winning, waif-like London trio The xx. The band have enjoyed a huge amount of success since their eponymous debut album dropped in 2009, and Coexist sees them subtly tweak their sound rather than wholly reinvent it, with their booming drums traded in for something less grandiose. There are some stunning moments on the LP (opener "Angels", "Reunion" and "Swept Away" all linger long in the memory) that will ensure it swats any "difficult second album" talk to one side; this is the sound of a band comfortable in their own skin. Caps doffed to Young Turks who present the LP on sumptuous heavyweight vinyl with included CD and booklet.
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Heaven & Earth (gatefold 4xLP + hidden LP)
Cat: YT 176LP. Rel: 22 Jun 18
Jazz
  1. Fists Of Fury (Earth) (9:42)
  2. Can You Hear Him (8:54)
  3. Hub-Tones (9:11)
  4. Connections (8:23)
  5. Tiffakonkae (9:19)
  6. The Invincible Youth (9:51)
  7. Testify (5:44)
  8. One Of One (9:48)
  9. The Space Travelers Lullaby (Heaven) (10:29)
  10. Vi Lua VI Sol (11:06)
  11. Street Fighter Mas (5:57)
  12. Song For The Fallen (12:40)
  13. Journey (8:51)
  14. The Psalmnist (7:19)
  15. Show Us The Way (6:50)
  16. Will You Sing (10:07)
  17. The Secret Of Jinsinson
  18. Will You Love Me Tomorrow
  19. My Family
  20. Agents Of Multiverse
  21. Ooh Child
Review: There's a growing feeling both inside and outside jazz that Kamasi Washington could well turn out to be one of the style's all-time greats. He's certainly making all the right moves, delivering thought-provoking concept albums of eyebrow-raising length that simply refuse to settle on one sound, rhythm, style or sub-genre. Heaven & Earth, his first album for almost three years, continues this trend, comprising angry instrumental answers to America's growing issues with class division and racism, Rotary Connection style workouts, Sun Ra-esque spiritual workouts, funk and soul-influenced burners, spiraling choral and orchestral affairs, and electric fusions of rubbery synth-funk and mind-altering jazz-blues. Typically, the results are never less than sublime, with Washington's virtuoso saxophone playing taking centre stage throughout.
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Harmony Of Difference (12" + insert)
Cat: YT 171. Rel: 29 Sep 17
Jazz
  1. Desire (4:36)
  2. Humility (2:48)
  3. Knowledge (3:51)
  4. Perspective (3:25)
  5. Integrity (3:45)
  6. Truth (13:25)
Review: The music that makes up Harmony of Difference, Kamasi Washington's first EP of note since the release of acclaimed 2015 album The Epic, was premiered live as a "six-track movement" earlier this year. The "suite" - here stretched across both sides of an essential 12" - sees Washington continue to explore the idea of what it means to be black in America in the 21st century. Musically, the EP contains some of his smoothest and most laidback compositions yet, with all his musical collaborators being on fine form. The headline attraction is undoubtedly 14-minute flipside "The Truth", an almost operatic jazz epic full of swelling choral contributions, fizzing drum solos, rising horns and, of course, plenty of Washington's distinctive saxophone.
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Lilium EP (12")
Cat: YEM 002. Rel: 03 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Lilium (7:47)
  2. Lovejoy (7:01)
  3. Exterrestial (7:35)
Review: Earlier in the year DJ Seinfeld returned to action with the "Galazy EP", a wonderfully spacey, breakbeat-driven affair that arguably contained some of his most mature and developed productions yet. There's more of the same on the "Lilium EP". The title track boasts serious percussive weight - a result of the producer's layering of bongos and congas above a sturdy kick drum pattern - with a trance-inducing synth bassline, fluid electric piano lines and flowery chords providing the loved-up musical accompaniment. He doffs a cap towards both mid 1980s NYC freestyle and Italo-disco on the Bobby Orlando-influenced brilliance of "Lovejoy", whose drums and synth sounds are impressively authentic in their style and execution, while "Exterrestial" is a pleasingly fluid fusion of breakbeat-driven deep house and late '90s style NYC "dark garage".
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Young Echo (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: YE 002. Rel: 27 Mar 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Never (0:58)
  2. Rocksteady (3:14)
  3. Sedated (3:32)
  4. Transmission 1 (0:58)
  5. Psychology Of Destructive Cult Leaders (1:48)
  6. Hake (1:08)
  7. DominoCro (1:55)
  8. Bigger Heads (4:22)
  9. Here (3:43)
  10. Still Yours (1:17)
  11. Track 11 (1:49)
  12. Wolfe (3:09)
  13. Anye (1:35)
  14. Stare (2:52)
  15. Oh, Won't You (3:57)
  16. Transmission 2 (1:00)
  17. Red Dot. Green Light (3:38)
  18. Baron (2:34)
  19. Oran (version) (3:21)
  20. Nothing (1:51)
  21. Home (2:42)
  22. Kidney Punch (1:53)
  23. Grid Lock (1:17)
  24. Wicked Ones (3:55)
Review: Bristol based collective Young Echo feature many a hero of the local scene including Jabu, Kahn, Vessel, Ossia and Killing Sound among many others. Featuring what has been described as skeletal dancehall, dread electronics, outsider pop and love songs swaying in hacked up ambience - be prepared! From the sludgy fentanyl groove of "Sedated", the jagged beat experiment on "Bibber Heads" or lo-fi industrial textures like "Oh, Won't You" or "Wicked Ones" which get rather abrasive. Then again there are more ethereal moments and these were the ones we enjoyed the most - like on the sombre "Stare" or the sexy suspense of "Oran" (Version).
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Cat: YA 005. Rel: 14 Jan 14
Deep House
  1. Afrodesia
  2. Your Love
  3. We Are
  4. Why Don't You (Josie Akers vocals)
Review: Having made a name for himself releasing on Dirt Crew, Outernational and the like, Ben La Desh now brings his ranging take on house music to Young Adults with a veritable spread of tones and styles up his sleeve. The EP kicks off with "Afrodesia", which piles the synth pop notes on heavy over a driving rhythm section in a wistful mixture caught somewhere between boogie and techno. "Your Love" follows up with a lounge-friendly diversion that gleefully loops up samples and hooks in a laid back re-edit style, while "We Are" takes that easy-going approach and works into a more searching piece of low slung house music. "Why Don't You" wraps the EP up with a sassy Chicago-esque jam that benefits from the soulful injection Josie Akers vocals bring to the table.
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Cat: YER 027. Rel: 25 Oct 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Collage (3:25)
  2. Never Release The Tension (5:44)
  3. Ten Years (10:06)
Review: Whatever Makes You Feel Safe is a collaboration between Canadian producer and singer Marie Davidson and Berlin based Ukrainian sound designer Invisible Church. They met in Montreal during Red Bull Music Academy festival and shared the idea of exploring the concept of feeling safe both on a personal level and as a part of society. Quite different from what you'd usually associate with Davidson but still worthy of your attention all the same. Beginning on the A side with "Collage" featuring some chilling drone experiments over textural sound design and field recordings which allow Davidson's haunting vocals to carry the track further into the void. Sounds like a cross between OAKE and Lustmord. Next up "Never Release The Tension" delves further into pitch black territory on this contorted downbeat industrial thriller. Finally on the flip, we've got an epic 10 minutes of haunting esoterica in the form of "Ten Years" and features Theo Parrish on cymbals! The label recommends it as for fans the late Mika Vainio, Black Rain, CTI, and the Bladerunner OST. Pretty on point, if we do say so ourselves!
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $14.44
VARIOUS
Master Mix: Red Hot & Arthur Russell (gatefold 3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: YEP 2391LP. Rel: 21 Nov 14
Indie
  1. Jose Gonzalez - "This Is How We Walk On The Moon"
  2. Hot Chip - "Go Bang"
  3. Lonnie Holley - "Soon-To-Be Innocent Fun" (interlude)
  4. Robyn - "Tell You (Today)"
  5. Sufjan Stevens - "A Little Lost"
  6. Lonnie Holley - "In The Light Of The Miracle" (interlude)
  7. Richard Reed Parry, Little Scream, Sam Amidon, Colin Stetson & Sarah Neufeld - "Keeping Up"
  8. Rubblebucket & Nitemoves - "Eli"
  9. The Revival Hour - "Hiding Your Present From You"
  10. Sam Amidon - "Lucky Cloud"
  11. Devendra Banhart - "Losing My Taste For The Night Life"
  12. Phosphorescent - "You Can Make Me Feel Bad"
  13. Blood Orange - "Is It All Over My Face & Tower Of Meaning"
  14. Scissor Sisters - "That's Us/Wild Combination"
  15. Vega Intl - "Arm Around You"
  16. Oh Mercy - "Planted A Thought"
  17. Lonnie Holley - "Hop On Down" (interlude)
  18. Cults - "Being It"
  19. Richard Reed Parry - "Just A Blip"
  20. Glen Hansard - "I Couldn't Say It To Your Face"
  21. Liam Finn, Ernie Brooks & Peter Zummo - "This Love Is Crying"
  22. Thao & The Get Down Stay Down - "Nobody Wants A Lonley Heart"
  23. The Autumn Defense - "Oh Fernanda Why"
  24. Alexis Taylor - "Our Last Night Together"
  25. Lonnie Holley - "The Deer In The Forest" (interlude)
  26. Redding Hunter - "Close My Eyes"
Review: The work of the late cellist, composer and disco auteur Arthur Russell still defies categorisation, sashaying effortlessly as it does between pop and the avant-garde whilst always bearing the hallmarks of his unique, mercurial talent. Thus, this compilation which draws together a wide variety of luminaries to essay his songs for the Red Hot AIDS charity makes for a suitably diverse and fitting tribute. Whilst the like of Devendra Banhart, Robyn, Sufjan Stevens and Blood Orange all offer unique twists on Russell's ditties, what shines throughout is the maverick spark and genre-transcending elan that were his calling cards.
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Played by: Manu•Archeo
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Scenes (12")
Cat: YM 013. Rel: 02 Aug 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Moon 2
  2. Scene 7
  3. Darklight
  4. Vox 8
  5. Menace 44
Review: With this sizable EP electro techno staple Scanone makes another appearance on regular haunt Yellow Machines, bringing five tracks of diverse, sci-fi infused electronica that kicks where it counts but keeps the tone esoteric on top. "Moon 2" is a fast-paced, dark-toned break cut, filtering in just enough melody to keep things emotional while the beats dutifully snap around the mix with an energetic grace. "Scene 7" is a more gentle affair, moving from anchorless strings to twitchy diversions into micro-sampled rhythms and rounded synth. "Darklight" calls to mind some of the earliest of Aphex Twin's breakbeats, but the melodies on top have a more tangible kind of melancholia to them which serves the spiritual impact of the record well. On the whole, it's the electro informed approach of classic labels like Skam that Scanone brings to mind with Scenes, and as an under-represented sound he is bringing a welcome focus to it.
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Cat: YXTQ 002. Rel: 09 Aug 17
Techno
  1. Gentefied (5:49)
  2. Semillas (4:17)
  3. Graff Walk (5:46)
  4. The Heights (5:10)
Review: Nomadico is Dan Caballero aka the Underground Resistance affiliated DJ Dex. His new Gentefication EP is inspired by the movement of the same name in East Los Angeles that's striving to maintain the local street culture without selling out to real estate developers and hipsters. More power to 'em we say! The title track on the A side is emotive hi-tech soul: just the way we like it and sounding like his old days with Los Hermanos or Ican. The gritty B side cut "Graff Walk" was probably our favourite of the bunch. With its buzzy sub bass snarl and rusty spitfire rhythm patterns going for some proper 'street techno' style. This really is a soundtrack for 'young barrio coders, digital artists and community organizers.' as Yaxteq claim. And they'll certainly continue to honour high-tech urban innovation that goes against all expectations.
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Played by: Santiago Salazar
 in stock $7.48
Mud Voices (12")
Cat: Y 006. Rel: 26 Apr 19
Deep House
  1. Hymn (7:06)
  2. Pearls For Knives (7:15)
  3. Mud Voices (6:42)
Review: Between 2014 and 2017, DJ Slyngshot's Yappin label delivered some of the most interesting, off-kilter dancefloor excursions around. The imprint has been dormant since, so it's great to see Slyngshot bring it back to life via this 12" from close pal DJ Neewt. There's something particularly inspired about opener "Hymn", where an increasingly intense acid bassline, raygun electronics and trippy electronic motifs wrap around a skewed breakbeat groove. Slyngshot joins in the fun on the deep, tribal and quietly psychedelic thump of "Pearls For Knives" - all dense drums, dub delays and mind-altering motifs - before Neewt finishes things off via the meandering lo-fi synth lines and chugging deep house grooves of "Mud Voices". It's good to have Yappin back, that's for sure.
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Cat: 580978 Rel: 03 Sep 15 • View all Synthesisers
 
FM synthesiser: Discover new/genuine FM, with 37 high quality mini keys
Notes: Sound:
- 4-operator FM Sound Engine offers dynamic and expressive additive synthesis

- A new feature of this engine is continuously variable feedback on every operator allowing for a wide-range of sound creation

- Two programmable effects blocks with seven effect types per block:
(The effect types are: VCM Touch Wah, VCM Flanger, VCM Phaser, Chorus, Delay, Reverb and Distortion)

- Multi-touch control interface gives direct access to four simultaneous parameters

- 32 Voice memory locations allow storing and recalling favorite Voices

Control:
- Based on the FS action found on the flagship Motif XF, HQ (High Quality) Mini Keys provide premium feel and response for fast, accurate and natural playing

- Sustain pedal input allows the sustain function for all FM generated sounds

Looper:
Integrated Phrase Looper: capture song ideas or just jam.

Mobility & Connectivity:
- Speakers

2W 3cm stereo speaker system lets you play any place, any time.

Specially designed bass reflex port technology enhances bass response for full, rich sound.

- USB

USB "TO HOST" allows MIDI connectivity to your USB-equipped computer or iOS device.

- Audio output

Dual 1/4"unbalanced line outputs provide connection to mixers, audio interfaces, DI boxes and more.

- Audio input

A 3.5mm aux line input lets you connect and hear mobile devices, tablets and more through the instrument.

- Controller

Continuous controller pedal input for volume control.

Battery powered:
Uses six "AA" batteries with five hours of life.

Create your Soundmondo. Inspire and be inspired:
Soundmondo is a free sound sharing community that lets you discover, create and share reface Voices and Set Lists using Google Chrome any place, any time you're online.

Powered by Web MIDI, Soundmondo is simple to use - just connect reface to Chrome and you're ready to create or start browsing.
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Played by: Ali Renault
 1 in stock $262.06
Yama Music 004 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: YAMU 004. Rel: 04 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Acisaronno (7:13)
  2. Chinchilla Shuffle (6:10)
Review: If you're a minimal fan and don't know Yama Music, you've been sleeping. Their first three EPs flew off the shelves and into crates of heady DJs across Europe. Once again the eponymous Yama Music is or are behind the beats and it's forward thinking, no nonsense dancing music of the highest order. "Acisaronno" is proper tech house with delicate hi hats and steel plated drums making for a frictionless groove, while "Chinchilla Shuffle" is the sort of slightly wonky and oddball track that Craig Richard drops on the regular. Freaky, spaced out and atmospheric, tech house doesn't get much better.
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Played by: St. Bernard
 in stock $11.23
Global Erosion (12") (1 per customer)
YAM
Cat: YAM 001. Rel: 29 Apr 19
Deep House
  1. Global Erosion (7:38)
  2. Background Explorer (7:47)
Review: Kiwi duo Chaos In The CBD has been on fire of late, delivering a string of deep and jazzy EPs for such labels as Rhythm Section International, Church, Mule Musiq and Amadeus Records. Predictably, this two-tracker on the freshly minted Youandmusic is equally as inspired. A-side "Global Erosion" is a warm and relaxed affair, despite the presence of rolling, Afro-tinged drums, with delay-laden horns drifting across the mix in evocative fashion. The duo's African influences are brought to the fore on "Global Explorer", a rolling, far-sighted affair full of dreamy deep house pads, twittering panpipe melodies and dense tribal percussion.
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XXX 004 Part Two (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: XXX 004 2. Rel: 30 May 17
Deep House
  1. Alterleo - "Train To..." (6:59)
  2. Al Gobi - "Rule Of Three" (9:02)
  3. Jack Pattern & John Parsley - "Kaboom" (5:55)
  4. Roger Van Lunteren - "On And Dna No (The Sun Riser)" (5:06)
  5. Phil Gerus - "Prelude To Love" (4:37)
Review: The XXX crew are on a mission to celebrate the adventurous and utterly well-informed dance music scene of Amsterdam, and they move to the fourth release on their label with a strong cast of characters that all have something different to say. Alterleo opens up the 12" with the low-throbbing psyche out of "Train To..." before Al Gobi takes over with the aqueous hardware house bubbles of "Rule Of Three". On the B side, Jack Pattern & John Parsley work together to lay down a fierce blend of industrial and disco that will send shivers down your spine. Roger Van Lunteren meanwhile revels in the squelchiest kind of esoteric acid with a new age mystique thrown in for good measure, and then Phil Gerus provides a soothing soliloquy to finish this distinctive record off.
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Kontrol EP (12")
XL
Cat: XLT 731. Rel: 11 Nov 15
Deep House
  1. Kontrol (5:14)
  2. Better Let Her (6:16)
  3. All Night (6:03)
  4. Fahrenheit (5:48)
Review: UK bass-heavy deep tech? Outsider rave? Call it what you want, but XL's mission to reconnect with the UK underground is certainly putting in an effort, if recent releases by Zomby, Special Request and Powell are anything to go by. This time they tap Berlin's rising star Hugo Massien. First track "Kontrol" is main room house for mega raves with its massive, razor sharp bassline and repeated refrain of 'mind control!" certain to fuel dancefloor euphoria. "Better Let Her" rewinds back to the early evening, warming things up in nice style on this smooth deep house number. On the flip things fast forward to the peak time on the adrenalised "All Night" featuring 'that' Moodymann sample from RBMA; will it be another Oliver $ moment? Finally "Fahrenheit" is a dark tech house killer reminiscent of early Jamie Jones. The young producer has seemingly emerged out of nowhere, but already on to big things.
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Nothing New (LP + DVD)
XL
Cat: XLLP 575. Rel: 21 Jul 15
Soul
  1. Did You Hear What They Said (4:04)
  2. Better Days Ahead (4:37)
  3. Household Name (interlude) (0:22)
  4. Your Daddy Loves You (3:56)
  5. Changing Yourself (interlude) (0:35)
  6. Pieces Of A Man (4:13)
  7. Enjoying Yourself (outro) (0:17)
  8. Alien (Hold On To Your Dreams) (2:59)
  9. Before I Hit The Bottom (interlude) (0:24)
  10. 95 South (All Of The Places We've Been) (3:09)
  11. The Other Side (3:06)
  12. The On/Off Switch (interlude) (0:24)
  13. Blue Collar (3:54)
  14. On Bobby Blue Bland (outro) (0:22)
  15. Who Is Gil Scott-Heron? (DVD)
Review: Originally released as a Record Store Day exclusive (and often fetching L50 a pop), Gil Scott Heron recorded these raw, stripped-back versions from his classics during the years he wrote I'm New Here. There's a delicate, fragile nature to his voice that's usually backed up with much broader, fuller instrumentation. Bringing his stories and emotions to the fore, it's one of the most touching documents he's ever done. Complete with a DVD documentary and unseen footage, this is an incredible insight into one of soul's most pained and complex characters.
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Wildflower (2xLP + CD)
XL
Cat: XLLP 755. Rel: 08 Jul 16
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. The Leaves Were Falling (0:13)
  2. Because I’m Me (4:12)
  3. Frankie Sinatra (3:44)
  4. Subways (3:10)
  5. Going Home (2:07)
  6. If I Was A Folkstar (4:33)
  7. Colours (3:29)
  8. Zap! (1:58)
  9. The Noisy Eater (3:15)
  10. Wildflower (1:16)
  11. Harmony (3:47)
  12. Live A Lifetime Love (2:32)
  13. Park Music (0:57)
  14. Livin' Underwater (Is Something Wild) (1:54)
  15. The Wozard Of Iz (2:56)
  16. Over The Turnstiles (0:44)
  17. Sunshine (3:36)
  18. Light Up (1:33)
  19. Kaleidoscope Lovers (3:57)
  20. Stepkids (4:21)
  21. Saturday Night Inside Out (4:56)
  22. The Leaves Were Falling
  23. Because I’m Me
  24. Frankie Sinatra
  25. Subways
  26. Going Home
  27. If I Was A Folkstar
  28. Colours
  29. Zap!
  30. The Noisy Eater
  31. Wildflower
  32. Harmony
  33. Live A Lifetime Love
  34. Park Music
  35. Livin' Underwater (Is Something Wild)
  36. The Wozard Of Iz
  37. Over The Turnstiles
  38. Sunshine
  39. Light UP
  40. Kaleidoscope Lovers
  41. Stepkids
  42. Saturday Night Inside Out
Review:  When they delivered their stupendously sample-heavy debut album, Since I Left You, back in 2000, The Avalanches were tipped for big things. For some reason, they failed to capitalize, all but fading from view. That album remains a much-loved listen for many people so there has been an expected degree of anticipation regarding this follow-up, Wildflower. Happily, it's something of a resounding success, with the Melbourne trio serving up another whirlwind trip through sample-heavy, hip-hop era psychedelia. At 21 tracks deep, and with more changes of direction than your average three-week cycle race, it's something of a beast. It is, though, well worth the effort, as repeat listens simply uncovers more layers of hazy, glassy-eyed goodness (be it bluesy trip-hop, slipped disco, dreamy acid-pop, folksy beat-scapes or baked hypno-rock).
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Played by: Scaramanga Silk
 in stock $21.66
XL
Cat: XL 936CD. Rel: 26 Oct 18
Soundtracks
  1. A Storm That Took Everything
  2. The Hooks
  3. Suspirium
  4. Belongings Thrown In A River
  5. Has Ended
  6. Klemperer Walks
  7. Open Again
  8. Sabbath Incantation
  9. The Inevitable Pull
  10. Olga's Destruction (Volk Tape)
  11. The Conjuring Of Anke
  12. A Light Green
  13. Unmade
  14. The Jumps
  15. Volk
  16. The Universe Is Indifferent
  17. The Balance Of Things
  18. A Soft Hand Across Your Face
  19. Suspirium Finale
  20. A Choir Of One
  21. Synthesizer Speaks
  22. The Room Of Compartments
  23. An Audition
  24. Voiceless Terror
  25. The Epilogue
Review: Given his innate ability to craft intensely atmospheric and often fundamentally unsettling music, it seems apt that Thom Yorke has finally got around to producing a film soundtrack. It's fitting, too, that said soundtrack is for Luca Guadagnino's weirdo remake of 1977 Italian horror flick "Suspiria". Yorke nails the brief, delivering a string of chilling, otherworldly instrumentals that not only draw on his well-established love of dark ambient and gruesome electronica, but also foreboding neo-classical movements and sparse, wide-eyed arrangements. There are a smattering of superb vocal moments, too, with recent single "Suspirio" - described by one broadsheet reviewer as "the saddest waltz you'll ever here" - standing out.
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Played by: Indian Wells
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99.9% (gatefold 2xLP)
XL
Cat: XLLP 765. Rel: 17 Jun 16
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Track Uno (5:40)
  2. Bus Ride (feat Karriem Riggins & River Tiber) (2:13)
  3. Got It Good (feat Craig David) (3:48)
  4. Together (feat Aluna George & GoldLink) (3:18)
  5. Drive Me Crazy (feat Vic Mensa) (4:38)
  6. Weight Off (feat BadBadNotGood) (2:36)
  7. One Too Many (feat Phonte) (3:39)
  8. Despite The Weather (2:02)
  9. Glowed Up (feat Anderson Paak) (4:59)
  10. Breakdance Lesson N.1. (4:29)
  11. You're The One (feat Syd The Kid) (3:52)
  12. Vivid Dreams (feat River Tiber) (4:39)
  13. Lite Spots (3:49)
  14. Leave Me Alone (feat Shay Lia) (4:38)
  15. Bullets (feat Little Dragon) (4:59)
  16. Track Uno
  17. Bus Ride (feat Karriem Riggins & River Tiber)
  18. Got It Good (feat Craig David)
  19. Together (feat Aluna George & GoldLink)
  20. Drive Me Crazy (feat Vic Mensa)
  21. Weight Off (feat BadBadNotGood)
  22. One Too Many (feat Phonte)
  23. Despite The Weather
  24. Glowed Up (feat Anderson Paak)
  25. Breakdance Lesson N.1.
  26. You're The One (feat Syd The Kid)
  27. Vivid Dreams (feat River Tiber)
  28. Lite Spots
  29. Leave Me Alone (feat Shay Lia)
  30. Bullets (feat Little Dragon)
Review: Since debuting on Bromance in 2013, Kaytranada has become one of the leading lights on the future R&B scene. Given his track record, it's understandable that there's plenty of hype surrounding 99.9%, his long await debut album. The 15-track sees him showcasing the depth and variety of his beat making, production and compositional skills. Thus, the string-drenched jazziness of "Bus Ride" is followed by the off-kilter R&B pop of "Got It Good", and the Onra-ish synth-hop soul of "One Too Many" sits side by side with the double bass, Rhodes and Latin-influenced beats of "Despite The Weather". It's pretty expansive, clocking in at 15 tracks deep, but the quality never dips throughout. Recommended.
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A Moon Shaped Pool (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
XL
Cat: XLLP 790. Rel: 17 Jun 16
Indie
  1. Burn The Witch (3:41)
  2. Daydreaming (6:26)
  3. Decks Dark (4:41)
  4. Desert Island Disk (3:44)
  5. Ful Stop (6:07)
  6. Glass Eyes (2:53)
  7. Identikit (4:26)
  8. The Numbers (5:44)
  9. Present Tense (5:03)
  10. Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor Rich Man Poor Man Beggar Man Thief (4:38)
  11. True Love Waits (5:08)
Review: A quarter century old now, yet these art-rock giants and eternal malcontents seem as restless in their muse and motion as ever - still chronicling an increasingly complicated and strenuous age yet doing it with finesse, grace and innovation. The urgent, invigorating strains of single 'Burn the Witch' were no anomaly, and 'A Moon Shaped Pool' shows them shaking off the more insular tendencies of their last opus 'King Of Limbs' to engage and electrify in a way that they haven't truly managed for years - radiant, celestial ambience shares space here with impressive ire and emotional engagement, with these peerless experimentalists delivering a record that transcends both their own work and the vast majority of the musical landscape they survey.
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