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Wedding Practice
Wedding Practice (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MFA 003. Rel: 07 Oct 21
Funky/Club House
  1. Wedding Practice (4:43)
  2. End Of The Party (5:24)
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All Night Long
Cat: BK 041. Rel: 07 Oct 21
  1. All Night Long (Ge-ology Special mix) (8:20)
  2. All Night Long (Ge-ology extended Special dub) (9:25)
Review: First released as a white label single way back in 1980, Cloud's 'All Night Long' has long been considered one of the formative records of the Brit-Funk scene (a UK mutation of the then popular jazz-funk sound). Here the record gets the reissue treatment, albeit via a pair of multi-track re-edits by Brooklyn producer GE-OLOGY. His tweaks are tasteful, with the EP-leading 'Special Mix' delivering an extended take that does a great job in showcasing the loose-limbed disco-punk drums, post-punk bass, jazz-funk guitar licks and spiralling sax solos. Arguably even better is the near 10-minute flip-side Dub Mix, which strips the track back, adds some well-placed effects (mainly dub delay) and stretches out the groove for added dancefloor pleasure.
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Extropy (gatefold purple vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: ASIPV 032. Rel: 04 Oct 21
  1. Nowhere
  2. Cortical Column
  3. Somewhere
  4. Concept Of Credence
  5. Everywhere
  6. Neuromantic
  7. Here
Review: Markus Guentner returns with his signature expansive ambient world-building, and the third concept album on A Strangely Isolated Place, titled Extropy. Extropy marks the final chapter in an accidental triptych of Astronomy-related exploratory albums on A Strangely Isolated Place. From the creation of the Earth and the Moon in his debut album on ASIP, Theia; to the relationship the Earth holds with the greater Galaxy in the follow-up album, Empire (2018). To now, Extropy, and the indefinite growth of the life we hold so dearly.
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Who Am I?
Who Am I? (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CS 029. Rel: 04 Oct 21
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Who Am I? (7:58)
  2. Sunrise (7:18)
  3. Mima (8:26)
  4. Break 518 (6:23)
Review: Burnski's excellent Constant Sound keeps up the vibes with a new one from Rossi, a newcomer who impressed last time out on Eastenderz. His popping tech house and garage is catchy from the off where 'Who Am I' layers up nice cosmic pads and spaced out atmospheres while pounding drums make you move. 'Sunrise' is anot4her silky smooth and dynamic deep tech garage cut while 'Mima' has rubbery drums and bass that pull you deep down into a nice warm world of underground sound. 'Break 518' rides a rugged breakbeat that is kinetic and crisp, while snappy snares do a fine job of keeping you locked up top.
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Kassian Versions 002
Kassian Versions 002 (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: KASSIAN 002. Rel: 07 Oct 21
  1. If You Want Me (7:08)
  2. So Nice (5:21)
Review: 15 months after dropping his first Versions EP of re-edits and reworks, sometime Shall Not Fade and SB Jamz producer Kassian has finally got round to readying volume two. If you're looking for bona-fide peak-time thrills, we'd recommend A-side 'If You Want Me', a subtly straightened and toughened-up re-arrangement of Barbara Roy and Ecstasy, Passion & Pain's 1981 disco anthem 'If You Want Me'. Kassian teases out some of the Italo-disco style elements audible on some of the early mixes of the boogie-era track, adding some twerkin' acid lines towards the end of the track. Over on the flip, 'So Nice' is a bouncy, shuffling, house-style tweak of a gorgeous disco bumper of unknown origin.
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Heart Of The Groove
Cat: HR 010. Rel: 04 Oct 21
  1. Heart Of The Groove (Ecstatic B-Boy remix) (4:27)
  2. This Ain't No Game (Go! Go! Go!) (3:43)
Review: Heat Rock Records' latest double-dose of cut and paste madness is as incendiary as you'd expect, with both tracks adding elements of classic dancefloor workouts to fat beats and plenty of added percussion. Chicago's Altered Tapes handles side A, thrillingly re-imagining Dee-Lite classic 'Groove is In The Heart' by utilising more percussive elements (including a killer, cowbell-driven drum-break) from some of the tunes that the New York band originally sampled on their chart-topping house classic. B-Boys and B-Girls the world over will love it! On the flip, Bay Area native King Most combines the vocals from a Salsoul disco classic to a backing track that cleverly combines elements from a Ramsay Lewis style jazz number and a JB's-esuqe funk bomb.
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Disco Reggae Volume 4
Cat: STIX 053LP. Rel: 06 Oct 21
Reggae Classics/Ska
  1. Soul Sugar - "We Live In Brooklyn" (3:48)
  2. Taggy Matcher - "She Can't Love You" (feat Celia Kameni) (4:06)
  3. Blundetto Meets Booker Gee - "Take Me With You" (unreleased Discomix version) (5:14)
  4. Wolfgang - "Summertime" (feat Boris Pokora) (4:58)
  5. Mato - "Boogie Oogie Oogie" (feat Lady Gatica) (5:11)
  6. Hawa - "Risin' To The Top" (feat Rosemary Martins) (5:18)
  7. Taggy Matcher - "Forget Me Nots" (feat Cindy Pooch) (3:53)
  8. Taggy Matcher - "Radioactivity" (4:00)
Review: There's nothing particularly revolutionary about the idea behind the Disco Reggae compilation series - contemporary artists deliver reggae-soaked covers of boogie and disco classics - but the sets themselves never fail to impress. The latest volume, the fourth in total, once again contains some genuinely brilliant covers. It opens with a wonderfully woozy and sumptuous take on Roy Ayers' 'We Live in Brooklyn' by Booker Gee's Soul Sugar outfit and ends with a frankly genius dub-wise take on Kraftwerk's 'Radioactivity' courtesy of Taggy Matcher. In between, you'll find highlights including a reggae-boogie revision of Chemise's 'She Can't Love You' (again by Taggy Matcher), a wonderfully soulful re-interpretation of Errol Walker classic 'In These Times' (here re-titled 'Summertime') by Wolfgang, and a killer collaboration between Blundetto and Booker Gee.
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Played by: Charles Maurice
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Watching You
Cat: BK 043. Rel: 07 Oct 21
  1. Watching You (5:04)
  2. Watching You (version) (4:52)
Review: Backatcha continues to unearth and reissue Brit-Funk gold. This obscurity from Oneness, a Leicester-based roots reggae band who were persuaded to record and release a lone Brit Funk single, could well be their most potent discovery yet. 'Watching You' is typical of that era of post jazz-funk Brit-funk, with spacey synth sounds, sweet male and female vocals, clipped guitar licks and rubbery bass riding a two-step, electro-influenced groove. As was the case on the hard-to-find original 12", it comes backed by a terrific, dub-influenced 'Version' that layers up the sax and synth sounds while allowing the original groove a chance to breathe. In a word: essential!
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Edit In Love (Jim Sharp edit)
Cat: JSRNB 001. Rel: 05 Oct 21
  1. Edit In Love (Jim Sharp edit) (4:12)
  2. Remind Me (Jim Sharp mix) (4:11)
Review: Top-notch mash-up merchant turned fast-fingered re-editor Jim Sharp is back with more dancefloor treats. This time round, he's turned his attention not to dusty old funk and soul jams, but rather killer R&B and modern soul cuts from the last two decades. "Edit In Love" sees Sharp rearrange Beyonce's "Crazy In Love", extending the infamous Chi-Lites breaks to allow for greater dancefloor pleasure. On the flip he switches to remix mode, expertly layering a sugary-sweet, well-known R&B vocal atop his own punchy hip-hop beats and warm Rhodes riffs. It's pretty tasty, all told, just like his "Crazy In Love" revision.
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Edits 003
Cat: EDITSV 003. Rel: 05 Oct 21
Funky/Club House
  1. Workin Scrubs (2:59)
  2. Gold Diggin (2:57)
Review: Casual Connection (real name Lukasz Ru-Kasu) has been in the edit game for a while, with his first digital-only collection of disco and boogie revisions appearing on Alpaca Edits seven years ago. Here he returns with a third 12" single of his own, which also marks his first release of 2021. A-side 'Working Scrubs' is a clever revision of a '90s R&B classic that places the now iconic group vocals atop a rubbery, synth-heavy backing track that sits somewhere between nu-disco and '80s synth-funk. 'Gold Diggin' is another mash-up of sorts, with a much-loved hip-hop vocal sitting atop a heavy, bustling, all action rhythm-track full of stuttering drum hits and cut-up, hip-house style vocal stabs. Proper party-starting music.
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MM Food (reissue)
MM Food (reissue) (gatefold green & pink vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code repress)
Cat: RSE 84LPC1. Rel: 08 Oct 21
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Beef Rapp (4:39)
  2. Hoe Cakes (3:54)
  3. Potholderz (feat Count Bass D) (3:23)
  4. One Beer (4:19)
  5. Deep Fried Franz (4:59)
  6. Poo-putt Platter (1:14)
  7. Fillet-O-Rapper (1:04)
  8. Gumbo (0:51)
  9. Fig Leaf Bi-Carbonate (3:19)
  10. Kon Karne (2:51)
  11. Guinnessez (feat Angelika & 4ize) (4:45)
  12. Kon Queso (4:00)
  13. Rapp Snitch Knishes (feat Mr Fantastik) (2:53)
  14. Vomitspit (2:48)
  15. Kookies (3:59)
Played by: Eddie C
 in stock $29.52
Talk Memory
Talk Memory (limited gatefold white vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: XL 1176LPEWHI. Rel: 08 Oct 21
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Signal From The Noise (11:52)
  2. Unfolding (Momentum 73) (feat Laraajii) (6:13)
  3. City Of Mirrors (feat Arthur Verocai) (5:03)
  4. Beside April (feat Karriem Riggins & Arthur Verocai) (7:02)
  5. Love Proceeding (feat Arthur Verocai) (7:11)
  6. Open Channels (5:52)
  7. Timid, Intimidating (7:08)
  8. Beside April (feat Arthur Verocai - reprise) (3:42)
  9. Talk Meaning (feat Arthur Verocai, Terrace Martin & Brandee Younger) (8:17)
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H/HH (hand stamped 7")
Cat: 45 LH. Rel: 06 Oct 21
  1. H (4:25)
  2. HH (3:52)
Review: When it comes to crafting party-starting joints featuring classic hip-hop and R&B vocals, few producers can match the output of Gallic rework fiend Jerome Potin AKA Moar. He's in prime form on this ultra-limited "45" too. A-side 'H' crafts a rolling, 4/4 hip-hop tempo beats out of some classic disco licks and then adds Ol' Dirty Bastard and Kelis' vocals from one of the biggest hip-hop hits of 1999. It's a simple idea, brilliantly executed. Flipside 'HH' is equally as funky and accessible, with cut-up edit effects, rubbery slap-bass sounds, jangling acoustic guitar chords, warming synths and the lead vocal from a much-loved R&B jam. Tons of fun!
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Played by: I Love 45's!
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Music For Friends
Cat: TOYT 123. Rel: 04 Oct 21
  1. 25 Hundred Friends (5:42)
  2. Voyager (Piano mix) (6:45)
  3. Slipstream (7:37)
  4. Midnight Visions (5:17)
Review: Munich twosome COEO have long been a reliable source of hybrid nu-disco and house productions, with their releases on Toy Tonics being particularly good. Music For Friends, their first release of 2021, is another rock-solid collection of ear-catching cuts. The most incendiary, peak-time ready number is undoubtedly 'Voyager (Piano Mix)', a brilliantly rush-inducing slab of piano house revivalism with added nu-disco synths, though EP opener '25 Hundred Friends', a tough-as-teak blend of chunky deep house, fluid piano solos and warming jazz-funk instrumentation, pushes it close. Elsewhere, 'Slipstream' is a borderline Balearic chunk of dreamy and melodious deep house, while 'Midnight Visions' is colourful, emotive and musically intricate.
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Played by: DJ ROCCA
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Edits Vol 15 (reissue)
Edits Vol 15 (reissue) (7" limited to 200 copies repress)
Cat: SSR 215RE. Rel: 06 Oct 21
  1. We Are Edits (4:37)
  2. We Are Edits (Cosmo On The Groove) (3:58)
Review: As the title sneakily suggests, the latest volume in DJ Soopasoul's essential "Soopastole Edits" series sees the prolific re-editor and mash-up merchant take his scalpel to all time disco classic "We Are Family". We could be wrong, but it sounds like it was created using the multi-track parts, focusing as it does for much of the duration on a stripped-back, DJ-friendly groove, selected vocal snippets and delay-laden musical elements not always audible on the original version. Over on the flipside "Cosmo On The Groove" version, he takes a slightly different approach, adding a classic old school hip-hop acappella to an expertly cut-up version of the track that utilizes a little more of the sing-along chorus.
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Espirito Do Rio
Espirito Do Rio (7" repress)
Cat: DD 018JIM. Rel: 05 Oct 21
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Jim Dunloop - "Espirito Do Rio" (Brazil Wave edit) (3:13)
  2. Jim Dunloop & GRZLY Adams - "Different Sweetnuts" (Walk In The Shade edit) (3:58)
Review: For the latest "45" in the Dusty Donuts series of edits and mash ups, the Berlin-based crew has turned to long-time crew member Jim Dunloop, a jazz-trained pianist-turned-producer best known for his work alongside Marc Hype. He begins with "Spirit De Rio", a wonderfully warm, head-nodding, hip-hop style revision of a summery-sounding old samba gem rich in dewy-eyed female vocals and glistening guitars. Long-time friend, and occasional collaborator Grizzly Adams lends a hand on flipside cut "Different Sweetnuts", a deep and woozy revision of a fragile, female-fronted soul number that wraps drowsy elements from the pair's source material around a bass-heavy beat.
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Nervous Records 30 Years: Part 1
Nervous Records 30 Years: Part 1 (limited gatefold coloured vinyl 4xLP)
Cat: NER 25445COL. Rel: 07 Oct 21
Funky/Club House
  1. Willie Ninja - "Hot" (Louie Vega & Josh Milan remix) (5:47)
  2. Willie Ninja - "Hot" (Expansions NYC dub) (5:46)
  3. Willie Ninja - "Hot" (Louie Vega Why Because I'm Hot original mix) (8:18)
  4. Ralph Falcon - "Break You" (Radio Slave remix) (10:20)
  5. Ralph Falcon - "Break You" (9:03)
  6. The Messenger - "End This Hate" (Tensnake remix) (6:13)
  7. The Messenger - "End This Hate" (Todd Edwards original mix) (6:06)
  8. Beltram presents Phuture Trax - "Future Groove" (Agent Orange DJ rework) (6:50)
  9. Beltram presents Phuture Trax - "Future Groove" (Maxed Out original mix) (5:17)
  10. Kim English - "Unspeakable Joy" (Dr Packer remix) (8:39)
  11. Kim English - "Unspeakable Joy" (Maurice Joshua original mix) (5:39)
  12. Byron Stingily - "You Make Me Feel Mighty Real" (Kevin McKay remix) (6:11)
  13. Look Out - "Let Your Body Go" (Franky Rizardo remix) (5:35)
Review: To mark 30 years in the game, legendary NYC house label Nervous Records has decided to release a series of compilations that pair classic cuts with new remixes. Louie Vega kicks off the first volume by remixing one of his own productions, Willie Ninja's 'I'm Hot', reinventing the analogue-rich deep house bumper as a disco-centric, while Radio Slave turns Ralph Falcon's sleazy 'Break You' into a stomping techno anthem. Tensnake adds warmth and wooziness to The Messenger's 'End This Hate' (a classic Todd Edwards production), Agent Orange delivers a warehouse-ready techno version of Phuture Trax's 'Future Groove' and Dr Packer emphasizes the gospel influences in Kim English's 'Unspeakable Joy'. Arguably best of all though is Kevin McKay's muscular electro-disco mix of Byron Stingly's superb Sylvester cover, 'Yu Make Me Feel Mighty Real'.
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Sensitive EP (reissue)
Cat: ARPA 001. Rel: 07 Oct 21
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Sensitive (6:29)
  2. Space Road (6:48)
  3. Ladiescope (5:59)
Review: Arpanet is a new imprint focused on reissuing far-sighted club cuts and electronic curiosities from the dim and distant past, helmed by French veteran DJ Speep. Fittingly, the label's first release is a reissue of Speep's 2001 collaboration with friend Fab, Sensitive. The title track, which resides on side A, is a classic example of moody, turn-of-the-century tech-house, where metallic electronic motifs, foreboding chords and layered percussion rides a dark bassline and swinging, non-stop drums. 'Space Road' offers a more intergalactic, acid-flecked take on early morning, early noughties tech-house, while 'Ladiescope' is warm, tactile, rolling and quietly postive: dreamy tech-house for wannabe astronauts and sun worshippers of all ages.
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Played by: LVCA
 in stock $13.18
7S (hand-stamped 1-sided 12")
Cat: DIGWAH 07. Rel: 05 Oct 21
Minimal/Tech House
  1. 7S (9:02)
Review: Looks like we have another Digwah white label in this week. The label first appeared on our radar several years ago with its second release 'Something Else' by an anonymous artist who threw down a sublime vocal by Cuba Gooding over a pumping acid tech house groove. Fast forward to DIGWAH 07, the formula remains the same and is still rather effective. In this case, the vocals are taken from a rather legendary early '90s pop collaboration over a hypnotic, bass-driven minimal house groove (Ion Ludwig perhaps?) aimed squarely at the afterhours dancefloor.
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We Did It For Years
We Did It For Years (silver vinyl 12")
Cat: MAW 2022SIL. Rel: 07 Oct 21
Deep House
  1. We Did It For Years (main mix) (7:51)
  2. We Did It For Years (Kenlou dub) (6:50)
  3. We Did It For Years (beats) (6:07)
Review: After resurfacing earlier in the year with their first single since the noughties, 'Mattel', Masters at Work are not resting on their laurels. Kenny 'Dope' Gonzalez and Lil' Louie Vega are in prime form on 'We Did It For Years', a typically rhythmically sweaty and on-point club cut simply dripping with dancefloor energy. The EP-opening 'Main Mix' is genuinely brilliant, with the pair peppering a heavy, Gonzalez-programmed beat - reminiscent of such classics as 'The Nervous Track' - with rave-igniting stabs, twisted electronic sounds, classic NYC house organ sounds and spoken word snippets. The accompanying KenLou Dub is a darker, tougher and even more percussive affair - raw, stripped back and deliciously weighty - while the 'Beats' version is a high-grade DJ tool that runs for no less than six minutes.
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Inorganic Demons
Inorganic Demons (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: PSY 004. Rel: 04 Oct 21
  1. Dark Pearl (4:40)
  2. Big D Acid (6:03)
  3. Goatic Cut (feat Yana Pavlova) (4:47)
  4. Underwater (4:25)
  5. Inorganic Demon V (4:48)
  6. The Great Acids (6:11)
Review: Pavel Milyakov has many irons in the fire these days, and he's adding to it once again with the PSY X label. Previously working closely with labels like Gost Zvuk, the Moscow-based artist best known as Buttechno has rightly positioned himself as one of the more prominent artists operating in the Russian techno scene. His sound on this new release is wayward and punky, revelling in knotty acid lines and submerged rhythm sections to arrive at something which feels delightfully deviant. Given the six tracks across this record, there's plenty of space for Milyakov to roam, touching on sparser moments of tension as well as more forthright dance pieces. But experimentation is the glue holding the record together - the singular driving force behind the Buttechno sound, promising much with the launch of this new label.

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Do You Want It Right Now
Cat: TINTV 001. Rel: 05 Oct 21
  1. Do You Want It Right Now (Dr Packer 'Back To The 90s' remix) (7:16)
  2. Do You Want It Right Now (Jolyon Petch 'Elektrik Disko' remix) (6:19)
  3. Do You Want It Right Now (original extended mix) (7:38)
  4. Do You Want It Right Now (Blueprint extended remix) (6:46)
Review: Taken from the soundtrack of the cult 1985 film Fast Forward directed by Sidney Poitier, Siedah Garret's legendary song 'Do You Want It' receives a much deserved remix package here, courtesy of Australian label Tinted. Some of their finest exports front up, namely Perth legend Greg 'Dr' Packer who is up first with his super low slung Back To The '90s remix, while Jolyon Petch's Elektrik Disko remix nails that deep funky house sound of the same golden era. The original still packs a punch too, and we can assure you it's indeed featured (over on the flip) in all its neon-lit electro-boogie glory.
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Takin' Over
Takin' Over (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SL 45 024. Rel: 05 Oct 21
  1. Takin' Over (3:41)
  2. Takin' Over (instrumental) (2:50)
Review: It's a while since we last heard from Malachi Trout and Ed Morris's Flying Fish outfit, whose party-starting, retro-futurist bombs were once a mainstay of breakbeat-powered funk dancefloors. In fact, 'Takin' Over' appears to be the outfit's first single for almost eight years. Featured in both vocal and instrumental mix forms, the track is a rolling and unflinchingly groovy affair that adds a little 1960s spy-funk flavour to a weighty bassline and heavyweight drums. It's the vocal version that really gets our juices flowing, not least because the lead vocal from former Basement jazz chanteuse Elliot May's is smoky, sultry and classic sounding in the best possible way. Excellent stuff all told.
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Bless (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIVID 07. Rel: 04 Oct 21
  1. Bless (5:34)
  2. We Come In Pieces (5:34)
  3. Too Dread (5:47)
  4. All Out (5:21)
Review: Vivid does a fine line in breakbeat, techno and bass and has killer cuts from Borai and Tomashi in its discography. Now they look to Yosh who has two EPs ready for the label. This one kicks off with the rinsing old school jungle breaks of 'Bless', which is all dark energy and jerking rhythms. 'We Come In Pieces' is just as kinked with devastating drum programming, and 'Too Dread' gets a little more euphoric with its warm pads strewn over the top of the knotted bass and busy drums. Closer 'All Out' is another bit of pure dance floor bliss.
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Ocean Me
Ocean Me (12")
Cat: MOUNTAIN 018. Rel: 04 Oct 21
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Iterate (5:46)
  2. Eau Vive (5:52)
  3. Ocean Me (6:33)
Review: In recent times, Andre "Rozzo" Schmid and Philippe 'Serafin' Egger have used their Mountain People project to deliver rolling, analogue-rich blends of deep house and tech-house. On their latest 12", they've built on these solid foundations by throwing elements of other electronic styles into the mix too. For proof, check opener 'Iterate', a tough, stripped-back electro number rich in pulsing acid bass, hissing cymbals, vocoder vocal snippets and drum machine cowbells, and the rubbery, jazz-funk influenced, intergalactic house shuffle of 'Eau Vive'. Arguably best of all though is title track 'Ocean Me', a warming, analogue-heavy number that sees them add Snivilisation-era Orbital style melodies, yearning chords and squelchy bass to a crispy drum track.
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Catarsi EP
Cat: V&T 003. Rel: 07 Oct 21
Minimal/Tech House
  1. That's The Way It Is (5:39)
  2. Capsule For Sale (5:13)
  3. Requiem For A Trip (4:54)
  4. No Deposit No Return (5:27)
  5. Can Anyone Explain? (3:58)
Review: Fresh from delivering the inaugural release on the after-hours-focused Phonia AM imprint, publicity-shy twosome Voodoos & Taboos returns to their own self-titled imprint with another set of hard-to-pigeonhole peak-time workouts. They begin with 'That's The Way It Is', a throbbing fusion of muscular electronic disco and wayward acid house, before reaching for clonking motifs, heavy analogue bass and smooth techno drums on 'Capsule For Sale'. 'Requiem For a Trip' joins the dots between psychedelic techno and mind-altering neo-trance; 'No Deposit No Return' is an acid-flecked, pitched-down delight; and 'Can Anyone Explain' is a pleasingly spacey and far-sighted bleep & breaks roller. Early morning magic!
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Funky Hot Grits (reissue)
Funky Hot Grits (reissue) (7" limited to 200 copies repress)
Cat: SSR 210 RE. Rel: 06 Oct 21
  1. Funky Hot Grits (part 2) (3:48)
  2. Hot Grits Beats (2:45)
Review: Serial party starter Soopasoul raises the Rufus with this flighty take on this gutsy 77 classic. Splicing the vocals down to the nitty gritty (excuse us) so it's a bare naked call and response over some well polished breaks, Soopasoul's added a whole new lease of dancefloor energy. Flip for even more stripped back beat track. Hot.
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Hot Pants: I'm Coming Coming I'm Coming (reissue)
  1. Bobby Byrd - "Hot Pants-I'm Coming , Coming , I'm Coming" (2:32)
  2. Lyn Collins - "Mama Feelgood" (4:19)
Review: Soopastole now strikes out on his own eponymous 7' edits series and we must say it's impressive. These are well executed and above all much needed edits so credit to the edit! On the A side "Hot Pants" is an edit of the original track and the "dub beats version" (found only on the Urban release in 1988) starts with the drum break. On the flip we have got "Mama Feelgood" which has heavier drums and the instrumental intro and outro.
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Just Get Ready
Cat: MS 505. Rel: 08 Oct 21
  1. Get Ready (Ben Liebrand Funk Groove) (6:59)
  2. Get Ready (Michael Gray remix) (6:20)
  3. Get Ready (Ben Liebrand Classic Groove) (6:36)
Review: The SOS band is one of disco's most loved outfits. They always bring plenty of funk and soul to their work and have a signature sound that is feel good and sultry. This time their latest comeback single 'Just Get Ready' gets a fresh lick from legendary remixer Ben Liebrand. His opening funk groove version is all glossy vocals, rich chords and nice fat bass riffs. Michael Grey then offers an even brighter, more optimistic version before Liebrand then closes out with a Classic Groove. It's slowed right down, has brilliantly old school 80s production and a killer b-line.
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Close Encounters
Close Encounters (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: APRIBA 002. Rel: 04 Oct 21
  1. Fab's Space Dance (7:24)
  2. Close Encounters (6:10)
  3. Together (feat Pariss Elektra) (6:43)
  4. Sexual Especial (6:47)
Review: Nonna Fab is one of the co-founders of Apricot Ballroom, a Sheffield-based party-tuned-record label inspired by the "love will save the day" ethos of David Mancuso and his legendary loft parties. We can imagine Mancuso playing 'Fab's Space Dance', the authentically squelchy and loved-up slab of Italo-disco/New York boogie fusion workout that opens Nonna Fab's first vinyl outing. He would most likely also have approved of the warmer, looser, sweeter vocal number 'Together', where Paris Elektra's gently soulful vocal drifts above a fine broken boogie groove and D-Train style synth squelches, and the similarly sparse but warming late night sleaze of 'Sexual Especial'. We're not sure whether Mancuso would have championed strobe-lit Italo-disco chugger 'Close Encounters', but it's a properly muscular, throbbing and mind-altering gem.
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Just EP
Just EP (12" repress)
Cat: AUS 1580. Rel: 06 Oct 21
Deep House
  1. Just (6:13)
  2. Celeste (6:01)
  3. Back 2 U (Tranz dub) (7:45)
Review: Belfast pair Bicep are smart operators. Having previously doffed a cap to both Italian house and classic New Jersey garage, recent releases have seen them play around with a variety of rhythmic patterns and more advanced musical elements. They're at it again here on their latest outing for Aus. Opener "Just" is pleasingly cheery, with simple but addictive electronic melodies and sweeping chords nestling above a head-nodding, hip-hop influenced groove. "Celeste" is undeniably Balearic, with sun-kissed pianos, dreamy pads and drifting vocal samples stretching out over delay-laden, African-influenced percussion. Finally, they return to their rush-inducing best on "Back 2 U (Tranz Dub)", a loving fusion of vintage progressive house builds, winding melodies and mid '90s beats.
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Messin (limited 7" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: 003 K. Rel: 30 Sep 21
  1. Messin (5:40)
  2. Stop (Rock The House) (4:57)
Review: Disco don, insatiable digger and edit wizard Kon aka King of Nothing takes care of the third release on Star Time with another special pair of tunes. Up first is the gloriously upbeat 'Messin,' a rolling and deep cut tune that lead by a mellifluous and seductive trumpet. On the flip is 'Stop (Rock The House)' which is packed with musicality and throwback disco grooves. Hip hop vocals bring the party while the kaleidoscopic groove, guitar licks, funk bass and melodies all freewheel. This is another red hot and limited 7" so do not sleep.
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We Will Dance Together Again
Cat: NS 34. Rel: 28 Sep 21
  1. We Will Dance Together Again (Funky Levon live Jam) (14:35)
  2. Bells Phase (Phasing Tribal House) (10:51)
Review: During last year's extended pandemic-related lockdowns, Levon Vincent spent more time in his studio than he has in years. He's been releasing the results this year and plenty of people have (rightly) been impressed with the epic, analogue-rich jams Vincent has shared. His latest two tracker - the NYC producer's fifth of 2021 - continues in a similar vein to its predecessors. While confirmed fans will lap up flipside 'Bells Phase (Phasing Tribal House)' - a surging, slowly building affair that sees a chiming melody ride a scuzzy techno groove - it's the more musically expansive A-side, 'We Will Dance Together Again' that really hits the spot. A near 15-minute excursion that peppers a jacking machine groove with warming live keys, pulsating bass and lovely musical flourishes, it's one of Vincent'smost positive-sounding tracks to date.
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Arthur Baker Presents Dance Masters: Shep Pettibone The Classic Master Mixes
Cat: EDSL 0081. Rel: 01 Oct 21
  1. George Michael - "Hard Day" (CD 1- Shep Pettibone remix remastered)
  2. Duran Duran - "I Don't Want Your Love" (Big mix)
  3. Level 42 - "Lessons In Love" (Shep Pettibone remix)
  4. Whitney Houston - "So Emotional" (Edited remix)
  5. Belinda Carlisle - "Heaven Is A Place On Earth" (Heavenly version)
  6. The B 52's - "Summer Of Love" (Summer party mix)
  7. Huey Lewis & The News - "Hip To Be Square" (dance mix)
  8. Miami Sound Machine - "Bad Boy" (Shep Pettibone remix)
  9. Cyndi Lauper - "Change Of Heart" (12 Inch extended club remix)
  10. Run DMC - "It's Tricky" (club remix)
  11. Paula Abdul - "Knocked Out" (Pettibone 12 Inch)
  12. Narada - "Divine Emotions" (Shep Pettibone single remix)
  13. Pet Shop Boys - "West End Girls" (CD 2 - The Shep Pettibone Mastermix)
  14. Alisha - "Baby Talk" (extended dance mix)
  15. The Flirts - "You & Me" (12 Inch Shep Pettibone mix)
  16. Phyllis Nelson - "I Like You" (12 Inch extended version)
  17. New Order - "Bizzare Love Triangle" (Shep Pettibone 12 Inch remix)
  18. Depeche Mode - "Behind The Wheel" (Shep Pettibone mix)
  19. Erasure - "Chains Of Love" (Unfettered remix - 2009 Remaster)
  20. Kim Wilde - "You Came" (Shep Pettibone US 7 Inch version)
  21. The Psychedelic Furs - "Shock" (Shep Pettibone mix)
  22. Elton John - "I Don't Wanna Go On With You Like That" (The Shep Pettibone mix)
  23. The Communards - "Never Can Say Goodbye" (single mix)
  24. Gloria Gaynor - "I Am What I Am" (12 Inch extended version)
  25. Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam With Full Force - "I Wonder If I Take You Home" (CD 3 - Shep Pettibone remix)
  26. Sananda Maitreya - "If You Let Me Say" (The Shep Pettibone mix)
  27. Five Star - "Are You Man Enough" (Shep Pettibone remix)
  28. Pointer Sisters - "Goldmine" (12 Inch version)
  29. Lionel Richie - "Love Will Conquer All" (12 Inch vocal version)
  30. BB & Q - "(I'm A) Dreamer" (12 Inch Shep Pettibone vocal/long version)
  31. Howard Hewett - "Stay" (After Midnight mix)
  32. George Benson - "Twice The Love" (club Love remix)
  33. Thompson Twins - "In The Name Of Love '88" (Railroad mix)
  34. Lisa Stansfield - "This Is The Right Time" (Shep Pettibone mix)
  35. Pia Zadora - "Dance Out Of My Head" (The Dressed-Down mix)
  36. Leroy Burgess - "Heartbreaker" (CD 4 - 12 Inch Shep Pettibone mix)
  37. Sinnamon - "Thanks To You" (12 Inch Shep Pettibone mix)
  38. The Jammers - "Be Mine Tonight" (12 Inch Shep Pettibone mix)
  39. Instant Funk - "(Just Because) You'll Be Mine" (12 Inch Shep Pettibone mix - 2017 Remaster)
  40. Aurra - "Such A Feeling" (12 Inch mix)
  41. Carol Williams - "No One Can Do It (Like You)" (12 Inch Special remix)
  42. Steve Shelto - "Don't Give Your Love Away" (Shep Pettibone mix - short version)
  43. Skyy - "Show Me The Way" (12 Inch Shep Pettibone mix)
  44. Mike & Brenda Sutton - "Don't Let Go Of Me (Grip My Hips & Move Me)" (12 Inch Shep Pettibone mix)
  45. Weeks & Co - "If You're Looking For Fun" (12 Inch Shep Pettibone Master dub mix)
  46. The Salsoul Orchestra - "Ooh I Love It (Love Break)" (12 Inch Shep Pettibone mix)
  47. First Choice - "Let No Man Put Asunder" (12 Inch Shep Pettibone mix)
Review: Until he quit the music industry in the mid-1990s, Shep Pettibone was the most in-demand remixer on the planet - a position he'd held since the late 1970s. This four-disc compilation does a great job of showcasing some of his greatest remixes, all of which are presented in full-length form. There's naturally plenty of versions of big pop singles of the '80s - see the epic 'Mastermix' of Pet Shop Boys' 'West End Girls', as well as rubs of Duran Duran, New Order, Whitney Houston and Belinda Carlisle - as well as a sprint through his celebrated disco and boogie reworks (see disc four). In addition, you'll find versions of some lesser-celebrated gems from the freestyle-era, including heavyweight revisions of Sinammon, Alisha, Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam and The Flirts.
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Dimensions I
Cat: SUSH 56. Rel: 27 Sep 21
Minimal/Tech House
  1. From East To West (feat Soela) (7:11)
  2. Triple Distilled (feat Brawther) (6:05)
  3. Take It (feat Ben Buitendijk) (6:30)
  4. Spirit Funk (feat Thomas Melchior) (6:08)
  5. Dark At Five (feat SIT) (7:35)
  6. Just One More Thing (feat Lawrence) (6:52)
  7. Interference (feat Christopher Ledger) (6:52)
  8. Closer (feat Ricardo Villalobos) (7:45)
Review: Steve O'Sullivan has been a prolific collaborator around the deep techno and minimal scene for a long time now, and he really hammers that point home with this expansive new project on Sushitech. Across eight tracks, the Mosaic maestro teams up with artists ranging from premier league titans like Ricardo Villalobos and Brawther through to emergent talents such as Soela and Ben Buitendijk. Each guest artist brings their particular slant to their track, but O'Sullivan's overarching deepness is the glue that binds the release together in a swirl of dubby pads. The results are consistently classy, but you knew that already right?
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Dimensions II
Cat: SUSH 57. Rel: 27 Sep 21
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Still Zero (feat Derek Carr) (7:13)
  2. No Ghosts (feat Steve Rachmad) (7:24)
  3. Midnight Special (feat Mark Broom) (7:39)
  4. Dark Forces (feat Markus Suckut) (6:43)
  5. The Hidden Trail (feat Exos) (7:10)
  6. Elemental Dub (feat Conforce & Prince Morella) (7:00)
  7. Shadowplay (feat Vince Watson) (9:01)
  8. Home Alone (feat Soela) (4:19)
Review: Ever the enthusiastic collaborator, Steve O'Sullivan follows up the first volume of his Dimensions series on Sushitech with another eight stunning partnerships which read like a who's who of contemporary techno. The artists invited span a fair range, from established legends like Mark Broom and Steve Rachmad to inspiring newer artists including Exos and Soela. The whole release hangs together naturally as O'Sullivan's signature dub techno touch slips in amongst the approaches of his chosen sparring partners. From nervy immersion heaters to starry-eyed reveries, this is sophisticated modern techno at its finest, with every track precision engineered to work in the club and take the crowd somewhere very special indeed.
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Dimensions Parallel Edition
Cat: SUSH 58. Rel: 27 Sep 21
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Short Circuit (feat Ricardo Villalobos) (13:21)
  2. The Shadow (feat Thomas Melchior) (10:50)
  3. Beneath The Surface (feat Dana Ruh) (11:45)
  4. Healing Spirals (feat Soela) (9:20)
Review: As if the first two volumes of the Dimensions series weren't enough, Steve O'Sullivan is back on Sushitech with a final Parallels addendum to the collaborative series. On this occasion, the double vinyl set is reserved for four special longform mixes which let the ideas roll out in a truly hypnotic style. Of course, that's exactly how Ricardo Villalobos likes it and 'Short Circuit' tangles up beautifully in a mesh of interlocking rhythmic hiccups and immersive pads. Thomas Melchior holds down a sweet sustained groove for O'Sullivan's illustrious melodics on 'The Shadow' before Dana Ruh helps strip things down even further on the murmuring 'Beneath The Surface'. Soela pops up once again on 'Healing Spirals', lending a delicate and intricate touch which rounds the release off in beautiful, understated style.

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Arthur Baker Presents Dance Masters: Shep Pettibone The Classic 12 Inch Master Mixes Volume One Part One
  1. George Michael - "Hard Day" (The Shep Pettibone remix remastered) (9:05)
  2. Duran Duran - "I Don't Want Your Love" (Big mix) (7:27)
  3. Whitney Houston - "So Emotional" (Edited remix) (4:24)
  4. Thompson Twins - "In The Name Of Love '88" (Railroad mix) (6:44)
  5. Level 42 - "Lessons In Love" (Shep Pettibone remix) (7:50)
  6. Belinda Carlisle - "Heaven Is A Place On Earth" (Heavenly version) (6:01)
  7. Miami Sound Machine - "Bad Boy" (Shep Pettibone remix) (6:10)
  8. Cyndi Lauper - "Change Of Heart" (12" extended club remix) (7:52)
  9. Pet Shop Boys - "West End Girls" (The Shep Pettibone Mastermix) (8:23)
  10. Alisha - "Baby Talk" (extended dance mix) (6:43)
  11. The B-52's - "Summer Of Love" (Summer party mix) (6:07)
  12. Huey Lewis & The News - "Hip To Be Square" (dance mix) (6:00)
  13. New Order - "Bizarre Love Triangle" (Shep Pettibone 12" remix) (6:43)
  14. Depeche Mode - "Behind The Wheel" (Shep Pettibone mix) (5:56)
  15. Erasure - "Chains Of Love" (Unfettered mix 2009 Remaster) (8:25)
  16. Elton John - "I Don't Wanna Go On With You Like That" (The Shep Pettibone mix) (7:20)
Review: Arthur Baker is the perfect host for this new series from Demon Music which focuses on the famous extended remixes of the 80s. Each series will be a multi-disc, various artist collection that is united by one remixer, and there can be few better to kick it off than the legend that is Shep Pettibone. He was a hugely in demand studio hand who reworked multiple genres and everyone from Pet Shop Boys to Duran Duran, New Order to Level 42, George Michael to Erasure. This ambitious, widescreen collection takes in all manner of golden remixes from the world of soul, pop, synth and more.
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In Motion
In Motion (12")
Cat: SS 085. Rel: 27 Sep 21
Minimal/Tech House
  1. In Motion (11:23)
  2. Don't Play (feat Ava) (10:07)
Review: Theo Parrish is one of those characters who manages to unite lovers of both house and techno, indeed producing offerings that seem to make the distinction utterly redundant. How does he doe it? Well, if this pair of new tracks are anything to go on, it's the simple trick of making tracks that combine the soufulness and rootsy earthiness of house with a trippy sense of the futuristic and psychedelic that elevates them out of the ordinary.
Take, for instance 'In Motion's simple piano stabs and the subsequent off kilter groove that builds up around them. Or, equally, the cheeky bass keyboard manoeuvres that form the backbone of 'Don't Play' featuring Ava, funky enough to be Stevie Wonder but then matched with caustic, scything hi-hats that have more than a hint of the surreal and robotic about them. Best of all, it doesn't feel like a compromise, it feels like a full on creation that acknowledges both traditions but refuses to follow either slavishly.

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Promised Land
Promised Land (translucent pink vinyl LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: JAL 356V. Rel: 30 Sep 21
  1. Lean On You (feat Dynamite MC) (2:51)
  2. Love Somebody (2:51)
  3. Promised Land (3:21)
  4. New Thing (3:30)
  5. Utility Man (feat Andy Cooper) (3:28)
  6. Move On Baby (3:12)
  7. Going To The Party (feat Lyrics Born) (2:56)
  8. Are You Ready (feat Andy Cooper & Marietta Smith) (3:16)
  9. Working On Me (3:18)
  10. Jumping Off (3:18)
  11. The Beat (3:21)
  12. Up Down Left Right (feat Andy Cooper & Marietta Smith) (3:21)
  13. You (3:45)
Review: Is there a more hard-working pair of party-starters than the Allergies' Rackabeat and DJ Moneyshot? The Bristol-based duo have been prolific over the last few years, yet the quality of their work seemingly hasn't suffered. Promised Land, their fifth album, is another invigorating, thrill-a-minute ride through hip-hop/funk/soul/rock/breakbeat fusion, where almost every cut is ripe for dancefloor plays. Highlights include the bluesy breakbeat bustle of 'Working On Me', the scratch-happy, Fatboy Slim-esque fun of 'Jumping Off', growling Dynamite MC hook-up 'Lean On You' (which reminded us a little of Plantlife), soul stomper 'Love Somebody' and 'Are You Ready', where Ugly Duckling's Andy Cooper and singer Marietta Smith both make their mark.
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Viaje En Dub
Cat: JMANSP 001. Rel: 30 Sep 21
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Viaje En Dub (4:20)
  2. Viaje En Dub (instrumental) (4:15)
Review: For the latest volume in their Special Products series, Jazzman has decided to deliver a first ever vinyl pressing of Danay Suarez's 'Viaje En Dub', a 2019 cut best known for featuring on the soundtrack to the Need For Speed: Heat video game. Making it available to vinyl overs is a great idea because it's undoubtedly one of the Cuban singer's most evocative and alluring cuts to date. Suarez is naturally the headline attraction, delivering a sweet and sultry Spanish lead vocal (and, seemingly, the backing vocals too) whose delay-laden production is a neat fit for the languid, dub-wise digital reggae backing that sits beneath. There's also a chance to enjoy the track without her vocals on the flip, via an even more dub-fired Instrumental Mix that has previously never been released.
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Nutty Squirrel Edits
Cat: BBSR 012. Rel: 30 Sep 21
Deep House
  1. 3000 Dope Spots (5:22)
  2. Call Erykah (4:43)
Review: It's always hard to second-guess Snips, a New York producer, beat-maker and remixer whose Barbershop label is as eclectic as they come. In recent times he's treated us to an epic, hip-hop style instrumental mixtape, modern jazz reworks and a massive soulful house number on Classic. So, what has he got for us this time round? Two fine revisions of noughties neo-soul nuggets, that's what. First up he has his way with a Prince-esque number, adding weighty sub-bass and house-not-house beats to the original's acoustic guitars and punchy brass. He's in smooth, soulful deep house mode on the flip, delivering a tidy and tasteful tweak of an old Erykah Badu gem.
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Remixed With Love 2021 Sampler
Cat: ZEDD 12318. Rel: 28 Sep 21
  1. Stomp Your Feet (7:23)
  2. Dub Up To The Bumper (7:59)
  3. In Your Blood (7:00)
Review: Dave Lee's Remixed With Love series returns for 2021, though this time he's keeping tight-lipped about the identity of the artists and tracks he's reworked. It doesn't take a genius to work out the source material he's mined for EP highlight 'Dub Up To The Bumper', a deliciously delay-laden, Larry Levan style 1980s NYC dub of Grace Jones favourite 'Pull Up To The Bumper'. Those who prefer the more traditional end of the 1970s disco spectrum will love 'Stomp Your Feet', a heavily orchestrated affair full of sweet female vocals, percussive breakdowns, warming horns and mazy Clavinet motifs, while closing cut 'In Your Blood' is a fine revision of a solo-laden disco-funk number rich in cut-glass strings and killer horn arrangements.
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Build The Ark
Build The Ark (limited numbered 180 gram audiophile orange vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: MOVLP 2900ORA. Rel: 30 Sep 21
Reggae Classics/Ska
  1. Leo Graham - "My Little Sandra" (7:36)
  2. The Upsetters - "Dubbing Sandra" (5:49)
  3. Sharon Isaacs - "Feelings" (3:52)
  4. The Upsetters - "Feelings" (version) (3:45)
  5. Winston Heywood - "Long Long Time" (3:10)
  6. The Upsetters - "Long Time Dub" (3:15)
  7. Junior Dread - "A Wah Dat" (3:18)
  8. The Upsetters - "Dub Dat" (3:22)
  9. Lee Perry - "White Belly Rat" (4:23)
  10. The Upsetters - "Judas De White Belly Rat" (4:23)
  11. Jah Lloyd - "White Belly Rat" (3:33)
  12. Eric Donaldson - "Freedom Street" (3:39)
  13. The Upsetters - "Freedom Dub" (3:39)
  14. Shaumark & Robinson - "Peace & Love" (3:18)
  15. The Upsetters - "Peace A Dub" (3:33)
  16. Sons Of Light - "Land Of Love" (3:39)
  17. The Upsetters - "Land Of Dub" (3:39)
  18. The Meditations - "Think So" (3:35)
  19. The Upsetters - "Dub So" (3:49)
  20. Junior Murvin - "Cross Over" (3:33)
  21. The Upsetters - "Cross Over Dub" (3:28)
  22. The Congos - "At The Feast" (3:38)
  23. Debra Keese & The Black Five - "Travelling" (3:50)
  24. The Upsetters - "Nyambie Dub" (3:47)
  25. Peter & Paul Lewis - "Ethiopian Land" (3:43)
  26. The Upsetters - "Landmark Dub" (3:45)
  27. Lord Sassafrass - "Green Bay Incident" (3:54)
  28. The Upsetters - "Green Bay" (version) (3:30)
  29. The Shadows - "Brother Noah" (3:03)
  30. The Upsetters - "Noah Dub" (2:53)
  31. Junior Ainsworth - "Thanks & Praise" (3:23)
  32. The Upsetters - "Dub & Praise" (3:19)
  33. Danny Hensworth - "Mr Money Man" (3:57)
  34. The Upsetters - "Dub Money" (3:50)
Review: The Upsetters' legendary Build The Ark album is one of the many pioneering works of dub that the late great Lee 'Scratch' Perry was involved with. It brings together the very best of Jamaican reggae with a number of the more rare tracks sitting alongside some stone cold classics. Junior Murvin's 'Cross Over', Windston Heywood's 'Long, Long Time' and Eric Donaldson's 'Freedom Street' all feature on this one, which was first put out by Trojan Records in 1990. This limited edition repress has been pressed to orange vinyl just 2000 times.
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Um Brilho Novo
Cat: AJX 612S. Rel: 28 Sep 21
  1. Um Brilho Novo (2:59)
  2. Rua Nova Barao (2:48)
Review: Argentinian producer Kevin Fingier has decided to launch a new series of seven-inch singles on his Acid Jazz Records offshoot, Fingier Records. Known as World Got Soul, the series begins via FIngier's first collaborations with Brazilian jazz singer Josi Dias. She's in fine form on A-side 'Um Brilho Novo', a superb slab of jazz-tinged Brazilian soul rich in energetic funk breaks, mazy vibraphone and flute solos, heavy bass and razor-sharp guitar licks. Even more energetic and dancefloor-ready is flipside 'Rua Nova Barao', a fine fusion of South American dancefloor jazz, funk breaks and sweaty samba rhythms. Like the A-side, it sounds like a guaranteed floor-filler.
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Colombian Latin Funk & Salsa Gems: Volume Three
Colombian Latin Funk & Salsa Gems: Volume Three (limited hand-numbered 7" in Juno exclusive sleeve)
Cat: MUKAT 079. Rel: 27 Sep 21
  1. Adolfo Echeverria Y Su Orquesta - "Sabroso Bacalao" (4:24)
  2. Fruko Y Sus Tesos - "Mi Verdadero Son" (3:33)
Review: Gold standard funk fanatics Mukatsuku again look to Latin American for their latest volume in their ongoing Colombian Latin Funk & Salsa Gems series. Both of the cuts here have been carefully picked from Disco Fuentes back catalogue with Adolfo Echeverria Y Su Orquesta's 'Sabroso Bacalao' first up. The pianos are killer from the off, with shuffling percussion and nimble drum work all finished with fiery vocals. Fruko Y Sus Tesos's 'Mi Verdadero Son' is on the reverse and has more infectious vocals and wild brass stabs that make you want to flail your every limb around way above your head. Pure heat as ever here and hand-numbered to just 500 copies. Strictly no repress.As played by DJ Koco..The Allergies.. Dom Servini... Skeme Richards..Bobbito..Skeme Richards...
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Jellyfish Reproduce Black Magic
Jellyfish Reproduce Black Magic (limited clear splattered vinyl 12" in spot-varnished die-cut sleeve)
Cat: HOS 683. Rel: 05 Oct 21
  1. Metallic Rain (3:50)
  2. Jellyfish Reproduce Black Magic (7:35)
  3. Blue Ocean Floor (13:16)
Review: Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement is the duo of multi-media artist Dominick Fernow (who you will also known as the man behind the Prurient alias) and his musical sparring partner Phillipe Hallais a.k.a. Low Jack. This new EP is a sister release to their superb ambient offering Flying Fish Ambience. Opener 'Metallic Rain' exists in the cosmos thanks to the waning pads and sci-fi details, but with a heavy, scuffed up kick drum powering it along below. 'Jellyfish Reproduce Black Magic' is a delightful fusion of slow motion drums and gorgeously cinematic ambient designs while 'Blue Ocean Floor' closes with 13 epic minutes of underwater dub, synth modulations and sonic experimentation.
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Guess Who's Back
Guess Who's Back (7" repress)
Cat: BOUNCE 001. Rel: 05 Oct 21
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Guess Who's Back (4:10)
  2. Don't Sweat The Technique (4:10)
Review: Some high-grade hip-hop re-edit action here, as cut-and-paste supremo DJ Bounce takes his rusty scalpel to two classic rap cuts. On the A-side he delivers a light-touch tweak of Rakim's 1997 boom-bap classic 'Guess Who's Back', adding a few more chops, slightly heavier low-end grunt, and DJ-friendly intros and outros. Over on the flip, he takes us back further in time to the point when Eric B and Rakim were still hardcore hip-hop's premier Golden Era twosome. Bounce somehow manages to add even more energy and delicious jazziness to the pair's all-time classic 'Don't Sweat The Technique'. Again, it's another light-touch revision, but that's fine by us given that the original barely needs tampering with.
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Keep The Orange Sun
Keep The Orange Sun (translucent orange vinyl LP + postcard + download code)
Cat: PITPV 047ORA. Rel: 29 Sep 21
  1. Certainty Of Tides (5:35)
  2. Any Of Those Lies (4:05)
  3. Rise (3:24)
  4. Release-Adapt (3:13)
  5. Open Heart (4:02)
  6. Deepest Ocean (5:17)
  7. Keep The Orange Sun (4:24)
  8. Migration (4:08)
  9. Passing Dreams (7:27)
Review: Los Angeles based ambient husband and wife duo, awakened souls join with Reunion Island native, From Overseas to create Keep The Orange Sun. After hearing each other's individual music, a deeper conversation started about shared musical influences and inspiration leading to the creation of this album. Keep The Orange Sun guides the listener on a thoughtfully curated path. Starting with the certainty of life's changes (Certainty of Tides) to arising self-doubt (Release/Adapt) and celebrating immersion in the present moment as the gateway to deeper connection with nature and one's life (Keep The Orange Sun). The instrumentation present in each track channels elements of electronic, shoegaze & ambient with each artist's distinct musical fingerprint highlighted.
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Wamono A to Z Vol III: Japanese Light Mellow Funk Disco & Boogie 1978-1988
  1. Tetsuo Sakurai - "Kimono" (5:10)
  2. Jadoes - "Friday Night" (extended dance mix) (5:44)
  3. Yumi Sato - "Ame" (3:37)
  4. Kiyohiko Ozaki - "Ojosan Ote Yawaraka Ni" (4:33)
  5. Hitomi Tohyama - "Rainy Driver" (4:29)
  6. Sentimental City Romance - "Hello Suisei" (5:30)
  7. Mizuki Koyama - "Kare Niwa Kanawanai" (4:29)
  8. Hitomi Tohyama - "Sweet Soul Music (Kiss Of Life)" (3:50)
Review: For the latest edition of their essential Wamano A to Z compilation series - the third to date - DJ Yoshiwza Dynamite JP and Chintam have decided to focus on "Japanese light mellow funk, disco and boogie" tracks recorded between 1978 and '88. Like its' predecessors, the eight-track set is heavy on obscurities and little-known cuts, as well as bona fide killer cuts. There's much to savour throughout, from the intergalactic, slap-bass propelled boogie brilliance of Jadoes' 'Friday Night (Extended Mix)' and the laidback funk bliss of Yumi Sato's 'Ame', to the smooth jazz-funk lusciousness of Hitomi Tohyama's 'Rainy Driver' and the Latin-infused, Teena Marie style electrofunk brilliance of Mizuki Koyami's 'Kare Niwa Kanawanai'.
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