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Cat: UNIQ 231CD. Rel: 25 Apr 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. J Rawls presents The Liquid Crystal Project - "A Tribute To Troy"
  2. Sons Of Time - "Before Sundown" (feat J-Live)
  3. Sam Krats - "Revive Rap" (feat El Da Sensei & Gee Bag - Jim Sharp remix)
  4. Space Invaders - "Done It Again"
  5. Melvin Sparks - "If You Want My Love" (with Jimmy Scott)
  6. Smith & The Honey Badgers - "The Billionaire Strut"
  7. Laura Vane & The Vipertones - "Man Of Your Word"
  8. Osaka Monaurail - "No Trouble On This Mountain" (feat Shirley Davis)
  9. Ann Sexton & The Baltic Soul Orchestra - "You're Losing Me"
  10. Marc Gregor - "Mabusso"
  11. Benjamin & The Dreamdancers - "Not One More Tear"
  12. Djar One - "The Get Down" (feat Andy Cooper)
  13. Misumani - "Prove Your Love" (feat First Touch)
  14. Skyy - "Call Me"
  15. Hollie Cook - "Postman"
Review: In 2008, German label Unique asked crate-digging party starters Soulinus and Pun to put together the first volume in their "This is DJs Choice" compilation series. Only one further instalment - with tracks selected by Keb Darge and Lucinda Slim - appeared before the series was shelved. Happily, Unique has decided to re-launch it, with Marc Hype and DJ Suspect in charge of the track list. They've done a bang up job, all told, offering up a sizzling, 15-track selection that giddily sprints between steel band reggae (Hollie Cook), soul-jazz (Melvin Sparks), heavy funk (Smith & The Honey Badgers, Osaka Monoaurail), boogie (Skyy), Afro-latin heaviness (Marc Gregor) and head-nodding hip-hop (Sons Of Time, Benjamin & The Dreamdancers).
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Merrie Land (CD + hard-back book)
Cat: 019029 6941726. Rel: 16 Nov 18
Indie
  1. Introduction
  2. Merrie Land
  3. Gun To The Head
  4. Ninteen Seventeen
  5. The Great Fire
  6. Lady Boston
  7. Drifters & Trawlers
  8. The Truce Of Twilight
  9. Ribbons
  10. The Last Man To Leave
  11. The Poison Tree
Review: After 11 years Damon Albarn's The Good, the Bad & the Queen project release their second album, and again it features the drumming virtuosity of Tony Allen and other instrumentalisation from former Gorillaz/The Clash member Paul Simonon and the Verve's Simon Tong. The album itself features the woozy croon of Albarn vocals with a busy concoction of guitars and textured layering that bodes well to encapsulate the murky carnival atmosphere of the album's cover art. The most dream-like of carny sounds are best heard on "The Truce Of Twilight" and "Ribbons" with the slightest of London reggae vibes to boot too.
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Greg WILSON/VARIOUS
Cat: TIRK 090. Rel: 20 Apr 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. T-Coy - "Carino"
  2. Chaz Jankel - "Glad To Know You"
  3. Escort - "Cocaine Blues"
  4. Luxxury - "Hold On" (feat The Reynolds)
  5. Chakachas - "Jungle Fever"
  6. Fab 5 Freddy & Beside - "Change The Beat"
  7. Psychemagik - "Mink & Shoes" (feat Navid Izadi)
  8. Bassheads - "Is There Anybody Out There?"
  9. Sheila & B Devotion - "Spacer"
  10. Space - "Magic Fly"
  11. Red Rack'Em - "Wonky Bassline Disco Banger"
  12. Electronic - "Getting Away With It"
Review: It's been nine years since evergreen electrofunk DJ Greg Wilson last dropped a volume in the Credit to the Edit series. This third collection of personal re-edits and commissioned reworks is therefore long overdue. Serial Wilson-watchers may already familiar with some of the edits on show - particularly his epic tweak of Escort's Dillinger-inspired modern disco epic "Cocaine Blues" and a similarly lengthy, stretched-out take on T-Coy's seminal British house cut "Carino" - but there's naturally of plenty of lesser-known and unheard revisions to set the pulse racing. We'd direct you towards his teased-out, end-of-night version of Electronic's "Getting Away With It" (whose lyrics poke fun at Morrissey), a twisted version of Red Rack'em's "Wonky Bassline Disco Banger" and a chugging rub of Space's trippy Euro-disco classic "Magic Fly".
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Cat: NUM 79CD. Rel: 19 Jan 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Hare Jaya Jaya Rama I
  2. Is This Clear? I
  3. Interlude
  4. Om Namah Shivaya
  5. Today Is This Magic Quality
  6. Great Bells In The Morning
  7. Interlude II
  8. Hare Jaya Jaya Rama II
  9. All Of A Sudden
  10. Om Tryumbacom
  11. I Can Only Bliss Out (F'days)
  12. We Shall Be Lifted
  13. Allah
  14. Cosmic Joe
  15. Laws Of Manifestation
  16. Who's In Love?
  17. Is This Clear? II
  18. Is This Clear? III
Review: Since the release of Laraaji's fine career retrospective, Celestial Music 1978-2011, in 2013, there's been renewed interest in the work of the autoharp-playing ambient spirtualist. It's perhaps surprising, then, that it has taken this long for someone to reissue his Vision Songs Volume 1, the former Brian Eno collaborator's first self-released cassette album. In many ways, it's atypical of his work, featuring as it does "devotional and inspirational songs", rather than new age instrumentals. It was recorded in 1984 and sees the one-time actor combining lo-fi Casio synthesizer chords and melodies with his own soulful, life-affirming lyrics and copious amounts of tape delay. It remains a fine work, with the constant warmth of original tape his offering a reminder of the set's decidedly lo-fi roots.
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Thanks To Plastic (mixed 3xCD)
Cat: SSMXCD 14. Rel: 05 Jul 18
Deep House
  1. Thanks To Plastic (part 1)
  2. Thanks To Plastic (part 2)
  3. Thanks To Plastic (part 3)
Review: During its lifespan, sadly departed London club Plastic People had it all: an intimate space to dance, an astonishingly good audiophile sound system, and a crew of resident DJs that included the mighty Theo Parrish. The Detroiter's sets there, which ran for a minimum of six hours, have naturally become the stuff of legend. Three years after the club closed, Parrish has decided to release the recording of his final set there - a thrillingly free-wheeling, three-disc voyage that dizzily and gleefully joins the dots between jazz, soul, disco, funk, deep house, acid, techno and much more besides. The three discs capture Parrish at his most lively and esoteric, providing a musical journey that will delight dancers and armchair listeners alike.
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Cat: ECHOSPACE 3138. Rel: 07 Sep 17
Techno
  1. Amongst The Stars (Intrusion extended dub)
  2. Amongst The Stars (CV313 Submersion)
  3. Amongst The Stars (CV313 Immersion dub)
  4. Amongst The Stars (CV313 Disintegration dub)
  5. Amongst The Stars (Variant Etherscape)
Review: With Rod Modell putting the finishing touches to his next Deepchord album (due for release later in the year on Soma), Echospace partner Stephen Hitchell took the opportunity to record a new solo set of his own under the lesser-known Intrusion alias. "Amongst The Stars", a beguiling, 21-minute chunk of soft-focus dub techno smothered in spacey analogue electronics and the distant sound of traffic, is taken from that forthcoming album. Here, Hitchell's fine "Extended Dub" comes accompanied by a trio of varied but typically atmospheric translations from CV313 (AKA Hitchell and Modell), of which the astonishingly deep "Distintegration Dub" is probably our pick. On the second CD, Hitchell dons his ambient alias, Variant, and delivers an absorbing, CD-length "re-shape" that's as entrancing as it is quietly picturesque.
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The Threat Of Memory (5xCD box set)
Cat: DPROMBX 141. Rel: 01 Mar 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. The Sadness Of Things
  2. The Grave & Beautiful Name Of Sadness
  3. The Dead Side Of The Moon
  4. Bubblehead
  5. The Dead Side Of The Moon
  6. Bubblehead
  7. I Left Her For A Cartoon Octopus
  8. The Fire Of The Mind
  9. Just What Do You Mean By "Antichrist"?
  10. The Dead Side Of The Moon
  11. The Dead Side Of The Moon (part 2 - alternative)
  12. The Dead Side Of The Moon (part 3 - extended Draught)
  13. Bubblehead/Dreambreath
  14. The Dead Side Of The Moon (part 1 - alternative)
  15. The Fire Of The Moon
Review: Stretching to a staggering five CDs, "The Threat of Memory" takes a deep dive into the collaborative back catalogue of Nurse With Wound noisenik Steven Stapleton and Current 93 man David Tibet. Discs one to four offer up re-mastered versions of albums released between 1991 and 98, all of which are built around long experimental workouts that variously touch on dark ambient, krautrock, industrial noise, experimental electronica and gothic sound collage. Excitingly, the fifth disc contains previously unreleased demos and alternative versions. There's some gems in here, too, including the shoegaze-inspired psychedelia of "The Dead Side Of The Moon (Part 2 - Alternative)" the trippy krautrock/ambient fusion of "Bubblehead/Dreambreath" and the murky ambient soup of "The Fire Of The Moon".
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Moon Ate The Dark I + II (limited 2xCD in handmade cardboard artwork sleeve)
Cat: SP 014022 CD. Rel: 02 Jul 15
Ambient/Drone
  1. Explosions In A Four Chambered Heart
  2. Belles Jar
  3. Capsules 11
  4. In Fiction
  5. She/Swimming
  6. Messy Hearts
  7. Sleepwalk
  8. Bashy
  9. If Vanishing
  10. Little Girl Liquid
  11. Ventricles
  12. Verse Porous Verse
  13. Sleepy Vipers
  14. Hush-Maker
  15. Lo
Review: The eponymous debut album from London-based Welsh/Canadian duo Moon Ate The Dark was one of the most underrated downtempo sets of 2012; a thrillingly evocative set of piano compositions laden in reverb and subtle production trickery. While this year's follow-up, Moon Ate The Dark II, altered the formula a little - specifically by including a whisper of drone-inspired electronics and more imaginative production treatments - the mesmerising, eyes-wide-shut effect was the same. Here, the two albums are paired together for the first time on a two-disc set housed in a lovely, hand-printed sleeve. If you've not heard either album, it should be an essential purchase.
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Redscale 01-09 (limited 2xCD)
Cat: RDSCLCD 01. Rel: 12 Mar 19
Techno
  1. EV- 6
  2. EV 0
  3. EV -3
  4. EV 5
  5. Extrasolar Moon
  6. EV 4
  7. EV -5
  8. EV 2
  9. EV-1
  10. EV -2
  11. Decay
  12. EV 6
  13. Holdback
  14. EV 3
  15. EV -4
  16. Geomagnetic Storm
  17. Attack
  18. Outwards From Laniakea
  19. EV 1
Review: Between 2012 and 2017, grad_u released nine EPs of high quality dub techno on the vinyl-only Redscale imprint. With the label now seemingly a thing of the past, the prolific Lithuanian producer has decided to gather together all 19 tracks from those sought-after vinyl EPs on CD for the very first time. Those who have paid close attention to grad_u's career will know what to expect, namely an evocative mixture of deep, hypnotic techno epics, delay-laden dub techno workouts, spacey late night rollers, abstract dancefloor explorations and occasional surprise turns towards a bolder, warehouse-friendly style (see the formidably sweaty and sub-heavy "Holdback").
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Cat: OAS (1000). Rel: 08 Dec 11
Deep House
  1. Oasis Three
  2. Oasis Two
  3. Oasis One
  4. Oasis Four
  5. Oasis Five
  6. Oasis Six
  7. Oasis Seven
  8. Oasis Eight
  9. Oasis Nine
  10. Oasis Ten
  11. Oasis Eleven
  12. Oasis Twelve (Short Circuit)
  13. Oasis Thirteen (2011 mix)
  14. Oasis Thirteen (1/2 Fabrik mix)
  15. Oasis Fourteen (2011 Loud mix)
Review: Before Omar-S became a global cult hero amongst the underground house and techno community, there was Oasis - a collaborative project with fellow Detroit producer Shadow Ray that spawned two full-length albums of deep, stripped-back Motor City grooves. This timely reissue offers an expanded version of their 2004 debut set, Oasis Collaborating. Given that it was Alex "Omar" Smith's first attempt at an album it's pretty impressive, offering a hypnotic, otherworldly mix of cuts that icily flits between stone-cold drum tracks, droning ambience, mildly aloof club workouts and glistening, space age techno. This edition also includes three previously unreleased cuts, including two 2011 remakes that bring the originals bang up to date.
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  1. Bob Holroyd - "African Drug" (Joaquin Drugged Out Sketch mix)
  2. Afrikan Basement - "Hlanganani" (demo Sketch Idea)
  3. Diogal - "Sore" (Joaquin edit & Overdub version)
  4. Mampo - "Emarofo Tech" (Joaquin demo Sketch mix)
  5. Amadou Et Miriam - "Bara" (Joaquin Cosmic Arts version)
  6. Rail Band - "Mouodilo" (Joaquin edit & Overdub)
  7. Cosmic Ritual - "Abraxas" (Joaquin demo Sketch mix)
  8. Put Your Spirit Up (Joaquin Joe Claussell edit & Overdub)
  9. Other Souls & Things - "Mundo De Agua" (The Psychdelic Transfusion remix)
  10. Afrikan Basement - "Sangre"
  11. ITU High (interlude)
  12. The Brooklyn Heat & Soul Band - "Come & Fly With Me" (Joaquin Improvisational remix mix)
Review: The undisputed master of spiritual house music Joaquin 'Joe' Claussell presents Cosmicdelic Afrika: a collection of demos that the New York City based visionary is currently working on in the studio. The idea for the compilation was inspired by the concept of his event Share: the upcoming Share Afrika will see Claussell digging through his archives and bringing out compositions exploring Afrika, African Diaspora, dub and more. Beginning with the deeply magical and meditative vibe of "African Drug" (Joaquin's Drugged Out Sketch mix) by Bob Holroyd, the soulful and uplifting deepness of "Emarofo Tech" (Joaquin's Demo Sketch Mix) by Mampo or Cosmic Ritual's "Abraxas" (Joaquin demo Sketch mix) which is classic Claussell - reminiscent of work on his seminal Language album from the turn of the millennium.
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Cat: AOS 6000. Rel: 12 Aug 11
Deep House
  1. Solely Supported
  2. Supported Solely
  3. Look Hear Watch
  4. I Come Over
  5. Ganymede
  6. You Wish
  7. Over You Too
  8. It Can Be Done But Only I Can Do It
  9. Nite's Over Compton
  10. Here's Your Trance Now Dance
  11. Skynet 2 B
  12. Bobien Larkin
Review: Omar S has always been something of a maverick, but even by his own high standards, surprise second album It Can Be Done, But Only I Can Do It is something else. Like much of his work, it's an album of acute contrasts: tough and aggressive on one hand (the ragging acid of the opener and "Ganymede"), soft, calming and blissful on the other ("Nite's Over Comption"). Along the way, highlights are plentiful, from the heady deep house of "You Wish", sparse porno beatdown of "Look Hear Watch" and hypnotic rhythms of "Bobien Larkin", to the next generation Motor City techno of "Over You Two" and near-anthemic simplicity of "Here's Your Trance, Now Dance".

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Blue & Lonesome (Deluxe Edition) (CD + 64 page booklet + artcards)
Cat: 571494 6. Rel: 02 Dec 16
Rock
  1. Just Your Fool (2:19)
  2. Commit A Crime (3:41)
  3. Blue & Lonesome (3:10)
  4. All Of Your Love (4:49)
  5. I Gotta Go (3:28)
  6. Everybody Knows About My Good Thing (4:35)
  7. Ride 'Em On Down (2:52)
  8. Hate To See You Go (3:22)
  9. Hoo Doo Blues (2:41)
  10. Little Rain (3:32)
  11. Just Like I Treat You (3:26)
  12. I Can't Quit You Baby (5:12)
Review: Now pushing a terrifying fifty-five years into their career, one would be forgiven for thinking there would be precious few tricks up the sleeves of the so-called 'Strollin' Bones'. Yet they've confounded expectations by not only returning to their blues roots but in delivering their best record in at least half that stretch. Who knows whether the grit and raunch that originally inspired the ingrates back in the early-'60s has infused these readings with a timeless charge, or whether the band chemistry has simply been re-ignited by this old-as-the-hills yet fresh-as-a-daisy approach. All we can tell is that Keith and Ron's guitars have rarely sounded as sharp, nor the band this electrifying this century, and the 73-year-old Mick Jagger in 2016 has the strut and self-possession of a man one third his age.
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Cat: PMG 018CD. Rel: 28 Jul 16
International
  1. Ganja (Ganja)
  2. 5th Bethoven Africana
  3. Boogie Fever
  4. Dance For Love
  5. African Hustle
  6. Shake Shake Shake
Review: Sierra Leone's Geraldo Pino was one of the biggest names in West African music in the late '60s and early '70s, developing a James Brown-influenced Afro-funk sound that is said to have heavily influenced Fela Kuti. By 1978, his best years were arguably behind him, but he was still able to stay on top of developments in American music. Boogie Fever, his final full-length, did a great job in fusing his usual organ-heavy sound with popular dancefloor styles of the time, including New York disco and Jamaican reggae. As a result, Pino was responsible for one of the best Afro-disco albums of all time, which here gets a first CD release. For those who love African music - and particularly Afro-beat - it should be an essential purchase.
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Soul Of A Woman (3xCD box set)
Cat: DAP 950. Rel: 14 Dec 17
Soul
  1. The Game Gets Old (I Learned The Hard Way)
  2. I Learned The Hard Way
  3. Better Things
  4. Give It Back
  5. Money
  6. The Reason
  7. Window Shopping
  8. She Ain't A Child No More
  9. I'll Still Be True
  10. Without A Heart
  11. If You Call
  12. Mama Don't Like My Man
  13. Retreat! (Give The People What They Want)
  14. Stranger To My Happiness
  15. We Get Along
  16. You'll Be Lonely
  17. Now I See
  18. Making Up & Breaking Up (& Making Up & Breaking Up Over Again)
  19. Get Up & Get Out
  20. Long Time Wrong Time
  21. People Don't Get What They Deserve
  22. Slow Down, Love
  23. Matter Of Time (Soul Of A Woman)
  24. Sail On!
  25. Just Give Me Your Time
  26. Come & Be A Winner
  27. Rumors
  28. Pass Me By
  29. Searching For A New Day
  30. These Tears (No Longer For You)
  31. When I Saw Your Face
  32. Girl! (You Got To Forgive Him)
  33. Call On God
Review: Before she passed away last year, Sharon Jones spent a couple of months recording what would become her final album with the Dap Kings. Released posthumously, Soul of a Woman is every bit as good as her previous collaborations with Bosco Mann's revivalist soul and funk band. Naturally, Jones death has added extra poignancy to the album's more melancholic moments (see "Just Give Me Your Time" and "Pass Me By" and "When I Saw Your Face"), but these sorrowful outings are contrasted by a string of rousing soul and funk anthems in her confident and effortlessly soulful style. With Mann and the rest of the Dap Kings excelling themselves in a bid to guarantee Jones' legacy, Soul of a Woman may well be Jones single finest album. It's certainly a fitting send off for one of soul's finest voices.
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VARIOUS
The Men In The Glass Booth (unmixed 3xCD + booklet)
BBE
Cat: BBE 191CCD. Rel: 16 Feb 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Leon Collins - "I Just Wanna Say I Love You" (John Luongo remix)
  2. Marboo - "What About Love" (Tony Gioe remix)
  3. Double Exposure - "Ten Per Cent" (Walter Gibbons Sunshine Sound Acetate edit)
  4. Juggy Murray Jones - "Inside America" (Rick Gianatos Sunshine Disco Queen Acetate edit)
  5. Hot Ice - "Dancing Free" (John Luongo remix)
  6. The Sunshine Band - "Black Water Gold" (Sunshine Sound edit)
  7. The Salsoul Orchestra - "Magic Bird Of Fire" (François Kevorkian Sunshine Sound Acetate edit)
  8. The Salsoul Orchestra - "It's Good For The Soul" (Jay Negron Sunshine Sound Acetate edit)
  9. Double Exposure - "My Love Is Free" (Walter Gibbons Disco Madness remix)
  10. Fay Hauser - "Reaching Out For Happiness" (Jonathan Fearing remix)
  11. Ripple - "The Beat Goes On & On" (Jim Burgess remix)
  12. Love Symphony Orchestra - "Let Me Be Your Fantasy" (Tom Savarese remix)
  13. Tony Valor Sound Orchestra - "Love Has Come My Way" (Jim Burgess remix)
  14. Ruby Andrews - "I Wanna Be Near You" (John Morales Sunshine Sound Acetate edit)
  15. TC James & The Fist O Funk Orchestra - "I've Been Looking For Somebody" (Walter Gibbons remix)
  16. Lake Shore Drive - "The Disco Scene" (Rick Gianatos remix)
  17. TC James & The Fist O Funk Orchestra - "Bumpsie's Whipping Cream" (Tom Savarese remix)
  18. Skip Mahoney - "Janice (Don't Be So Blind To Love)" (Bobby DJ Guttadaro remix)
  19. The Salsoul Orchestra - "My Number's Up" (Tee Scott remix)
  20. The Skyliners - "The Love Bug (Done Bit Me Again)" (David Todd remix)
  21. Aura - "L.A. Sunshine" (Robert Ouimet remix)
  22. Sparkle Tuhran & Friends - "Handsome Man" (Bobby DJ Guttadaro remix)
  23. First Choice - "Love Thang" (Tee Scott remix)
  24. Kay Gee's - "Burn Me Up" (Jellybean Benitez edit)
  25. Brooklyn Express - "Love Is The Message" (Tee Scott remix)
  26. Chain Reaction - "Changes" (Jellybean Benitez remix)
  27. John Gibbs & The Jam Band - "J'Ouvert" (Frank Sestito remix)
  28. Bunny Sigler - "By The Way You Dance (I Knew It Was You)" (Bobby DJ Guttadaro remix)
  29. The Salsoul Orchestra - "It's Good For The Soul" (Walter Gibbons Disco Madness version)
  30. Gladys Knight & The Pips - "It's A Better Than Good Time" (Walter Gibbons remix)
Review: Compiled by noted disco digger Al Kent, The Men In The Glass Booth explores the early days of the re-edit and the remix. Specifically, it looks at the scalpel and production work of some of the disco era's most influential DJs - Walter Gibbons, Tom Savarse, Jellybean Benitez, Tee Scott, Francois K and John Luongo included - in a bid to chart the rise of the dancefloor-friendly extended version. Naturally, the material on show is top notch, with far more obscurities than well-known cuts. The three-disc set is also accompanied by a superb booklet, which contains archive interviews and detailed histories of those involved. If you dig disco, this is an essential purchase.
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  1. Jesus Is All The World To Me
  2. I Want To Be In Love With You
  3. Jesus Lover Of My Soul
  4. O Sinner
  5. I Shall Wear A Crown
  6. Do Not Pass Me By
  7. Here I Am
  8. There Is Only One
  9. O What A Day
  10. No Not One
Review: The honey-voiced Barrett was just 29 when he wrote, arranged, conducted and co-produced "Do Not Pass Me By Volume 2", a superb collection of gospel funk and soul rich in uplifting group vocals, bustling grooves, Tambourine-heavy drums, wild organ lines and rousing horns. With Barrett handling lead vocals throughout, the ten tracks veer from sparse and laidback spiritual meditations to surging sing-alongs that will make the hairs on the back of your neck stand to attention.
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Played by: Soul Music
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Cat: 019029 6904318. Rel: 05 Jul 19
Post Rock/Experimental
  1. Intro
  2. Svefn-G-Englar
  3. Staralfur
  4. Flugfrelsarinn
  5. Ny Batteri
  6. Hjartao Hamast (Bamm Bamm Bamm)
  7. Viorar Vel Til Loftarasa
  8. Olsen Olsen
  9. Agaetis Byrjun
  10. Avalon
  11. Intro (CD2: live At Islenska Operan 1999)
  12. Von
  13. Syndir Guos
  14. Flugufrelsarinn
  15. Olsen Olsen
  16. Agaetis Byrjun
  17. Viorar Vel Til Loftarasa
  18. Svefn-G-Englar
  19. Ny Batteri (CD3: live At Islenska Operan 1999)
  20. Nyja Lagio (live At Islenska Operan 1999)
  21. Hafsol (live At Islenska Operan 1999)
  22. Hugmynd 1 (demo 1998)
  23. Hugmynd 2 (demo 1998)
  24. Hugmynd 3 (demo 1998)
  25. Debata Mandire (live At Laugardasholl 1999)
  26. Rafmagnio Buio (From Ny Batteri EP 2000)
  27. Svefn-G-Englar (CD4: Rarities - live At Popp I Reykjavik 1998)
  28. Staralfur (original Speed version)
  29. Flugufreslarinn (demo 1998)
  30. Ny Batteri (First mix)
  31. Hjartao Hamast (Bamm Bamm Bamm) (demo 1995)
  32. Viorar Vel Til Loftarasa (alternative Ending)
  33. Olsen Olsen (demo 1998)
  34. Agaetis Byrjun (demo 1998)
Review: Reykjavik-based noise quartet, Sigur Ros - translated to Victory Rose - sublime 1999 album Agaetis Byrjun turns 20 this year and to commemorate the legendary band have assembled two luxury box sets featuring all matter of demos, rarities and live recordings. There is also the option to just rebask in the limelight of A Good Beginning (Agaetis Byrjun) repress that's worth it alone for album opener "Svefn-g-englar" - a breathy 10-minute swoon through the ether of sweet harmony. Travel the rest of the album until you get to "Avalon" - one of the deepest classical requiems you can hope to hear. A sonic fortress of bizarre digital noises, weird drones, wispy vocals and breathtakingly radiant percussion, Agaetis Byrjun is a masterpiece of revolutionary proportions.
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Cat: ECHOSPACE 3139. Rel: 01 Aug 18
Techno
  1. Current I Divergent
  2. Current II Convergent
  3. Current III Transform
  4. Variant's Conduction
Review: When it comes to immersive listening experiences built on cutting-edge sound design, few can match the continued brilliance of Echospace duo Rod Modell and Stephen Hitchell. For proof, check the pair's latest offering under the alternative CV313 alias. Built around a suite of three drawn-out soundscapes, Analogue Oceans sees them mimicking the ebb and flow of oceanic tides by smothering gentle dub techno rhythms in lapping waves and soft-focus, spacey electronics. On disc two, Hitchell goes solo to present his own, hour-long interpretation under the Variant guise, heading into the pitch-black depths via watery effects, clandestine aural textures and suitably horizontal ambient dub rhythms.
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Let's Get Swinging: Modern Jazz In Belgium 1950-1970 (unmixed 2xCD in 36 page hard-back book with obi-strip)
Cat: SDBANCD 07. Rel: 04 Apr 17
Jazz
  1. Jack Sels - "African Dance"
  2. Jon Eardley - "Subtroyan Influence"
  3. Rene Thomas-Bobby Jaspar Quintet - "Bernie's Taste"
  4. Jacques Pelzer & His Young Stars - "Don't Smile"
  5. Philip Catherine & Robert Pernet - "Grelots"
  6. Francy Boland - "Dark Eyes"
  7. Saxorama & Jack Sels - "Minor 5"
  8. Herman Sandy Quartet - "Digging Chick"
  9. Fats Sadi Quartet - "Ensadinado"
  10. Bobby Jaspar Quintet - "Clarinescapade"
  11. The Clouds - "Cecilia"
  12. Lucky Thompson & Jack Sels Sextet - "Minor Works"
  13. Francy Boland Trio - "Night Lady"
  14. Bobby Jaspar - "Coraline"
  15. Jacques Pelzer Sextet - "There'll Never Be Another You"
  16. Rene Goldstein & His Group - "Witch Of Salam"
  17. The Clouds - "Hall's Blues"
  18. Rene Thomas Et Son Modern Group - "Get Happy"
  19. Jacques Pelzer Quartet - "Work Song"
  20. The St Tropez Jazz Octet - "Let's Get Swinging"
Review: Over the years, we've come across many compilations focusing on the jazz scenes of various European countries - Germany, Poland, France and, of course, the UK - but this is the first one we've encountered celebrating Belgium's contribution to the style. According to the excellent sleeve notes, Belgians musicians were amongst the first in Europe to embrace the style. The material showcased here was all recorded between 1950 and 1970 - arguably jazz's most revolutionary period - by Belgian players who went on to perform internationally. It's a fine collection, all told, featuring tracks that touch on most of the major jazz movements of the late 20th century.
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Cat: R 50. Rel: 08 Oct 18
 
Ambient/Drone
  1. Portraits Of Friars
  2. Pistons
  3. Victorian Wind
  4. Passing Ship
Review: Saccharine Scores is an album/art book documenting Sean McCann's recent chamber compositions. Ranging from the 10-person ensemble performance of "Portraits of Friars" at Fylkingen, Stockholm in February 2018, to his first quartet piece "Victorian Wind", performed in Toronto in 2014. McCann's scores leak pastoral and bizarre passages, dancing in the banal beauty of sound poetry. The performances feature guest musicians Sarah Davachi, Zachary Paul, Geneva Skeen, Celia Eydeland, Maxwell August Croy, and more.

The book holds in-depth scores, program notes, and photography by McCann, a lovely complement to finger through while you lay down to listen to the disc. The notes for "Pistons" follow here: "I assembled this piece while wanting to make my life of leisure and gluttony in London somehow artistic. I was in London for a week or ten days in October 2017 for a business trip. I love London. I love doing two things at a time or more. So it worked out. I find I have a hard time enjoying anything unless I am multitasking. For example, right now as I type this description I am also drinking old coffee with ice-cubes in it, exporting a master from Pro-Tools downstairs, and watching Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985) on the television set. So in this British multitasking, I decided to work on a piece of music while indulging in food and drink roaming around London. I was also reading Baudelaire's Les Fleurs Du Mal (1857) during these outings (talk about sentimental). Some elements of those poems crept their way, drawn out of order, into Celia's singing text. As with all my compositions to this point, they are left open to interpretation: no real meaning, just flickers of settings and emotions. The taste of everything below (the score) spawned thoughts of colors and elements and people and emotions, though with the text I decided to keep it simply about the food and the beverages. The romantic music and singing is the rendering of the emotions I felt, while my banal reading was the actual act of consumption. I recorded the text while lying down in my childhood bedroom in Goleta, California, half asleep just trying to get it over with. It was a fitting situation for the piece: forced beauty."

Edition of 200, signed and numbered with 132-page 6" x 9" book.
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  1. Stage 4 Post Awareness Confusions
  2. Stage 4 Post Awareness Confusions
  3. Temporary Bliss State
  4. Stage 4 Post Awareness Confusions
  5. Stage 5 Advanced Plaque Entanglements
  6. Stage 5 Advanced Plaque Entanglements
  7. Stage 5 Synpase Retrogenesis
  8. Stage 5 Sudden Time Regression Into Isolation
  9. Stage 6 Confusion So Thick You Forget Forgetting
  10. Stage 6 A Brutal Bliss Beyond This Empty Defeat
  11. Stage 6 Long Decline Is Over
  12. Stage 6 Place In The World Fades Away
Review: Jim Kirby AKA The Caretaker has been serving up volumes of the decidedly experimental "Everywhere At The End Of Time" series since 2016. This four-disc set gathers together albums four, five and six, each of which was inspired by a different aspect of dementia. So while "Stage 4" offers up a quartet of music concrete style sample collages and crackle-laden 1920s period pieces, "Stage 5" is dark, noisy, intense and droning - a kind of confused, cloudy aural soundscape that defies easy categorization. "Stage 6", the final album is the series, is largely quiet and contemplative, featuring lengthy, crackle-laden ambient movements that arguably count among the artist's most impactful pieces to date.
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Kondole/Dead Cat (2xCD + DVD)
Cat: CSR 246CD. Rel: 13 Feb 18
Soundtracks
  1. Dead Cat (long version)
  2. Thee Whale
  3. Thee Shadow Creatures
  4. Dead Cat (short version)
  5. Dead Cat (DVD)
Review: In 1988 and '89, legendary industrial eccentrics and LSD enthusiasts Psychic TV contributed soundtracks to two very different films: a 23-minute "short" called Kondole, and Dead Cat, a very strange, 48-minute "head movie" that featured Derek Jarman and Genesis P Orridge in starring roles. The latter is included here on DVD for the very first time (the original film reels were only rediscovered recently), alongside the full dystopian, industrial ambient soundtrack (CD1). For Psychic TV fans, this is a big deal; the doom-laden paranoid and acid-fired weirdness of the full-length version has never before seen the light of day, only the edited version of "Dead Cat" contained on 1993's Kondole - Ov Dolphins & Wales CD. It's that set, with its bonus "part three" wig-out (here titled Thee Shadow Creatures) which is presented in re-mastered form on disc two.
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Sight Sound & Space (3xCD in hard-back book sleeve + 50 page booklet)
Cat: AXCD 054. Rel: 14 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Perfecture (CD1: Sight)
  2. Deckard
  3. Le Mer Et C Est Un Caractere
  4. Homing Device
  5. The Never Ending Study
  6. The Drive Home
  7. Parallelism In Fate
  8. Devices
  9. Transformation B (Rotwang S Revenge)
  10. Sleepy Time
  11. Multi-Dimensional
  12. Descending Eiffel Stairs
  13. The Hunter (CD2: Sound)
  14. The Bells
  15. 4Art
  16. The 25th Hour
  17. Growth
  18. Spiral Galaxy
  19. Microbe
  20. Jade
  21. Where The Shadows Have Motives
  22. Flying Machines
  23. Compression-Release
  24. Into The Body
  25. The Resolution
  26. Spiral Therapy
  27. Introduction (Phase 1-3 - CD3: Space)
  28. Mercury (Residue mix)
  29. Unreleased002
  30. Unreleased003
  31. The Industry Of Dreams
  32. Stabilizing The Spin
  33. G-Star
  34. Planet X
  35. The Worker's Party
  36. Daphnis (Keeler S Gap)
  37. Outer Space
  38. Unreleased005
  39. Self-Portrait
  40. Aitken Basin
  41. Deadly Rays (Of A Hot White Sun)
  42. Medians
Review: Given his length of service and the sheer volume of music he's put out, it would be fair to say that a Jeff Mills career retrospective is well overdue. Happily, as "best of" compilations go, "Sight, Sound & Space" is up there with the best. The three discs boast no less than 42 tracks plucked from Mills archives - and those of his Axis Records imprint - with the accompanying 50-page booklet containing detailed commentary on each by the man himself. It's a superb package for both fans and newcomers alike, with the decidedly intergalactic and alien-sounding tracks perfectly summarizing the breadth and depth of his far-sighted work (think Motor City techno anthems, heavy loop jams, sci-fi fuelled electronic soundscapes, neo-classical soundtrack comp, heady ambient works and early morning minimalist club jams).
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In Togetherness (reissue) (CD with obi-strip)
Cat: PCD 24779. Rel: 14 Nov 18
Funk
  1. Mr DJ
  2. Happiness
  3. Fascinating
  4. Come With Me
  5. Billy's Coming Back
  6. Still In Love
  7. Your Mine
  8. More Than Words
Review: For the latest volume in their "Groove Diggers" series of rare record reissues, P-Vine is offering up a first ever CD edition of "In Togetherness", a 1977 private press album by singer Judy Pollak and Michigan-based backing band 33 1/3. Given that original copies of the hard-to-find record regularly change hands for four-figure sums, it's a reissue that's arguably long overdue. Musically, there's much to admire throughout, from the sax-and-synths-laden disco stomp of "Mr DJ" and down low disco-funk headiness of "Fascinating", to the seductive sweetness of Pollak's breathy vocal on "Come With Me" and the sun-kissed breeziness of intoxicating closing cut "More Than Words".
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The Lost (limited CD)
Cat: SP 026CD LIMITED. Rel: 28 Nov 17
Ambient/Drone
  1. The Lost
  2. Vates
  3. Slin
  4. Anona
  5. Ilo
  6. Greiner
  7. Wait
  8. Enter
  9. Tingel
  10. Second Call
  11. Tula
  12. Neon Dawn
  13. Enola
  14. Fox
  15. Before I Leave
Review: Although fusing modern classical and ambient music has become popular in recent times, Otto A Totland is no bandwagon-jumping newcomer. As part of Deaf Center, the Norwegian pianist and producer made telling contributions to the style's development as far back as 2004. His debut solo album, 2014's Pino, is also widely regarded as something of an unassuming, modern-day classic. This belated follow-up is every bit as beguiling as its predecessor, with Totland unfurling simple, stripped-back tracks built around his deft and sympathetic piano improvisations and hazy field recordings. It's similar in tone to some of Nils Frahm's work, though it feels a lot more melancholic, distant and atmospheric; all traits that guarantee and emotional listening experience.
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Another Place & Time: 30th Anniversary Edition (3xCD in 24 page hard-back book)
Cat: DBTMAPCD 30. Rel: 29 Mar 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. I Don't Wanna Get Hurt
  2. When Love Takes Over You
  3. This Time I Know It’s For Real
  4. The Only One
  5. In Another Place & Time
  6. Sentimental
  7. Whatever Your Heart Desires
  8. Breakaway
  9. If It Makes You Feel Good
  10. Love's About To Change My Heart
  11. This Time I Know It's For Real (7" single mix)
  12. Breakaway (Power radio mix)
  13. I Don't Wanna Get Hurt (7" remix)
  14. Love's About To Change My Heart (PWL 7" mix)
  15. When Love Takes Over You (Mixmaster Dave Ford 7")
  16. Breakaway (remix edit)
  17. I Don't Wanna Get Hurt (12" version)
  18. Love's About To Change My Heart (extended remix)
  19. When Love Takes Over You (Mixmaster Dave Ford extended remix)
  20. Breakaway (remix - Full version)
  21. Love’s About To Change My Heart (Loveland Full-On 12" vocal)
  22. Whatever Your Heart Desires (extended club mix)
  23. The 30th Anniversary Minimix: Love's About To Change My Heart/This Time I Know It's For Real/ I Don't Wanna Get Hurt
  24. Love's About To Change My Heart (Loveland Full-On 7" radio edit)
  25. If It Makes You Feel Good (Dave Ford album Master)
  26. Sentimental (album long Master)
  27. Love's About To Change My Heart (7" long remix)
  28. This Time I Know It's For Real (extended remix)
  29. Breakaway (extended Power mix)
  30. I Don’t Wanna Get Hurt (Pete Hammond original 12" mix)
  31. Love's About To Change My Heart (Clivilles & Cole 12" mix)
  32. When Love Takes Over You (Pete Hammond original 12" mix)
  33. If It Makes You Feel Good (extended Feelgood mix)
  34. Loves About To Change My Heart (12" remix)
  35. The 30th Anniversary Megamix: Love’s About To Change My Heart/This Time I Know It’s For Real/I Don’t Wanna Get Hurt/The Only One/ Love’s About To Change My Heart (reprise - previously unreleased)
Review: Released in 1989 at a point when Donna Summer's chart-topping disco days were well behind her, "Another Place & Time" is perhaps not Donna Summer's best-known or more celebrated album. It was produced by UK hit-makers Stock, Aitken & Waterman and contains their distinctive blend of polished synth-pop melodies, Italo-disco style arpeggio bass and Hi-NRG inspired grooves. Summer's vocals are superb throughout. What makes this 35th anniversary edition most interesting is it's packed with alternate versions and bonus cuts, including a string of dancefloor-focused remixes that draw greater influence from contemporaneous house music. Of these, it's Clivilles & Cole's superb NYC piano house revision of "Love's About To Change My Heart" that stands out.
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Cat: TWIMC 7ILCD. Rel: 09 Aug 19
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Open Sea
  2. Wipe It Off
  3. Some Body
  4. Matters (with Zola Jesus)
  5. Islander
  6. Remember The Future
  7. Crystal (with Jennie Abrahamson)
  8. Race Against
  9. Silence My Drum
  10. Mysteries Of Love
  11. I Keep
Review: Ionnalee's 2018 debut album "Everyone Afraid To Be Forgotten" was superb, so hopes are high for the artist's similarly minded sequel. "Remember The Future" is a little bolder, shinier and more upbeat than its predecessor, though stylistically it still sounds like a 21st century update of Kate Bush's distinctive early '80s sound circa "The Dreaming" and "Hounds of Love". It's a dreamy, ethereal and otherworldly take on electronic pop that's always alluring and often memorable. The album's plentiful highlights include "Some Body", the superb Zola Jesus collaboration "Matters" - a deep, bubbly and intoxicating affair - and "Mysteries Of Love", an echoing, Royksopp-produced cover of a song from David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti's "Blue Velvet" movie soundtrack.
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1 Plus 1 Equals X (unmixed 2xCD in embossed box + booklet)
Cat: ERATP 100CD. Rel: 30 Aug 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Qasim Naqvi - "Brutal Moderna" (2:00)
  2. A Winged Victory For The Sullen - "Long May It Sustain" (2:00)
  3. Rival Consoles - "Ritual Song" (2:00)
  4. Nils Frahm - "Frau Dehlholm" (2:00)
  5. Daniel Thorne - "Iroise" (2:00)
  6. Daniel Brandt - "Blackpool Sands Forever" (2:00)
  7. Douglas Dare - "Darling" (2:00)
  8. Michael Price - "Eyn Hallow" (2:00)
  9. Kiasmos & Hogni Egilsson - "Zebra" (2:00)
  10. Ben Lukas Boysen - "Pending" (2:00)
  11. David Allred - "Ahoy" (2:00)
  12. Anne Muller - "Bel Tono" (2:00)
  13. Lubomyr Melnyk - "Palisade 1" (2:00)
  14. Hatis Noit - "Inori" (2:00)
  15. Masayoshi Fujita - "Spaceship Magical" (2:00)
  16. Hogni - "Mani" (2:00)
  17. Peter Broderick - "The Perpetual Glow" (2:00)
  18. Arthur Jeffes & Nils Frahm - "Up Is Good" (2:00)
  19. Daniel Brandt - "Blackpool Sands Forever" (Rival Consoles remix) (2:00)
  20. Penguin Cafe - "Wheels Within Wheels" (Greg Gives Peter Space remix) (2:00)
Review: Erased Tapes founder Robert Raths has stated that the objective of 1+1=X was to create a zeitgeist that captured the value of experimenting and reacting to each other as artists. In real time and in the same confines. It marks the tenth anniversary for the imprint, with this collection of exclusive songs from every artist on the label. Originally released on vinyl for Record Store Day 2018 back in April, this features all the original tracks, where they share instruments and each others' capabilities during a residency at Vox-Ton studio in Berlin. Highlights include label staple Nils Frahm's melancholic "Frau Dehlholm", Kiasmos teaming up with Hogni Egilsson on the emotional deep house of "Zebra" and the always impressive Peter Broderick on the bittersweet symphony of "The Perpetual Glow".
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