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Pleasure Centre Remixed (12" picture disc)
Cat: BA 50V. Rel: 02 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Sweet Time (feat Izo FitzRoy - Yuksek remix) (4:22)
  2. 24HR Fling (feat Wolfgang Valbrun - Opolopo remix) (6:28)
  3. Don't Want This To Be Over (feat Satchmode - Jean Tonique remix) (4:24)
  4. Soul Liberator (feat Sanguita - Kerem Akdag remix) (3:16)
  5. Say The Word (feat Nic Hanson - Atjazz remix) (6:37)
  6. Twilight (feat Izo FitzRoy - Titeknots remix) (5:53)
  7. Pleasure Centre (Turbotito extended remix) (7:24)
Review: Here's something to set the pulse racing: a bumper collection of fresh remixes of tracks from Kraak & Smaak's superb 2019 album "Pleasure Centre". The Dutch combo's varied choice of remixers is notable, though it's the fact that they've all delivered the goods that makes the set so impressive. The plentiful highlights include Yuksek's driving, dub disco-inspired tweak of "Sweet Time", a deliciously dusty and drowsy downtempo soul revision of "Soul Liberator" by Karem Akdag, Atjazz's lusciously jazzy deep house version of "Say The Word", an acid-fired Turbitto re-wire of "Pleasure Centre" and a frankly superb boogie-house update of "24Hr Fling" by Mr Reliable himself, Opolopo.
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out of stock $12.75
Cat: SER 001. Rel: 22 Jun 20
Deep House
  1. John Shima - "Seasons"
  2. John Shima - "Hunter Mind"
  3. Mihail P - "Momentum"
  4. Mihail P - "Neon Hologarden"
Review: Serenity is a new label geared towards raising money and awareness around mental health in the music industry. The label kicks off in fine style with the supple, expressive techno of John Shima and Mihail P offering up two tracks each. Shima takes the A side with the warm and bubbling synth expressions of "Seasons" before taking things in a more hypnotic direction on the ever-so-slightly trancey "Hunter Mind". Mihail P maintains a similar vintage techno sound palette, but pings for positive constellations with the jubilant "Momentum" before veering into blissful breakbeat on "Neon Hologarden".
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out of stock $8.84
Cat: DFP 005. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. I'm Every Woman (Dimitri From Paris remix) (6:54)
  2. Clouds (Dimitri From Paris remix) (7:53)
Played by: RUSTAM OSPANOFF.
out of stock $20.55
Cat: TESC 007. Rel: 23 Jun 20
Techno
  1. 40 Spiral (6:41)
  2. Immulsion (Come To Me In Full Electric mix) (5:40)
  3. Rain (6:26)
  4. Immulsion (That Kind Of Kink mix) (6:33)
Review: Having devoted much time of late to the release of fresh material from his Karenn project with Pariah, this solo single from Jamie Roberts AKA Blawan is long overdue. Roberts opens with the thumping intensity of "40 Spiral", where cut-up, nightmarish vocal samples buzz around a ten-ton techno beat, before skipping his way through the loose-limbed, lof-fi techno-funk of "Immulsion (Come To Me In Full Electric Mix)". You'll find an alternate version of that track - the "That Kind Of Kink Mix"- at the end of the EP, and it's worth a listen thanks to a quirkier rhythm, stranger noises and discordant riffs. B-side opener "Rain", a kind of production-line clang-fest underpinned with formidably redlined beats, is also well worth a listen.
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out of stock $11.19
Wobble (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: EED 016. Rel: 23 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Wobble (8:09)
  2. Slammin' (8:09)
  3. Izit (6:38)
Review: Is East End Dubz the hardest working producer in the 21st century tech-house scene? He's certainly prolific, as his sprawling discography attests, but what's more impressive is the consistent quality of his releases. He's hit the mark yet again on this EP for his self-titled imprint. A-side "Wobble" is particularly potent, featuring as it does a fizzing fusion of insatiably funky bass, surging acid lines and shoulder-swinging beats. "Slammin" is closer in tone and style to the producer's trademark tech-house glitchiness - all mangled electronic motifs, straightened-out Villalobos drums and deep bass - while "Izit" is a tidy, acid-flecked box jam that increases in weight and intensity as the track progresses.
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ISS 005 (12")
Cat: ISS 005. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Techno
  1. IT Danza (4:51)
  2. Reefer Madness (4:13)
  3. Meal (4:20)
  4. Type Beat 3 (5:47)
  5. Zzodiac (5:22)
Review: Elegant Tap Dance Wobblers.
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 in stock $11.19
Doing It (12")
Cat: MC 043. Rel: 22 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Curly Wurly (7:54)
  2. The Poet (7:03)
  3. Ambidextrous Left (6:54)
  4. Flying Saucer (6:32)
Review: For those who either weren't around or not alive in the late 1990s, Housey Doingz was an all-star collective of British producers - including scene stalwarts Terry Francis and Nathan Coles - who helped codified the then emerging tech-house sound via a string of EPs and a superb debut album, "Doing It". This EP from reissue specialists Mint Condition mines that album, offering up four of the most sought-after and timeless tracks. Check first the electro-flavoured late-night intoxication of "Curly Wurly" - all rugged acid lines, twinkling lead lines and stabbing bass - before admiring the more breakbeat-flavoured classical tech-house purity of "The Poets". Elsewhere, shuffling, tech-tinged beats nestle beneath dreamy deep house chords on "Ambidextrous Left", while "Flying Saucer" is a creepy, all-action affair bestowed with a genuine sense of forward momentum.
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out of stock $9.89
Funk Family (limited 7")
Cat: LGF 705. Rel: 25 Jun 20
Funk
  1. Get Up Sex Machine (Robby Bergmann remix) (5:13)
  2. Me & My Baby (Lego re-edit) (4:41)
out of stock $10.40
Cat: AMB 2005. Rel: 22 Jun 20
Ambient/Drone
  1. Hope (11:01)
  2. Disfigured Phantasy (5:57)
  3. Levitation (8:15)
  4. Psycho Kinesis (5:24)
  5. Stoned Soul Picnic (6:47)
  6. Cathedral (10:04)
  7. Invisible Landscapes (7:57)
  8. Click Song (6:15)
  9. A Pagan Place (7:30)
  10. Orgon Akkumulator (7:24)
Review: Given The Primitive Painter would go on to become Alter Ego it should come as no surprise to anyone that this self titled debut from 1994 still sounds incredibly polished, and manages to hit a multitude of electronic notes in one very impressive swoop - some melancholic, some otherworldly, others punchy and direct. Re-releases like this are enough to convince even the most cynical first-pressing militants of the value in re-releasing. Why shouldn't a new generation of heads be won over by the beautiful acid ravescape painted by 'A Pagan Place', the slamming toybox percussion of 'Click Song', the emotionally charged euphoric downtempo joy of appropriately-titled 'Hope' or the retro futurism of electro-stepper 'Levitation'? As essential today as it would have been 25 years ago.
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 in stock $27.56
Living In A Ghost Town (limited 1-sided orange vinyl 10")
Cat: 714835. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Rock
  1. Living In A Ghost Town (4:03)
out of stock $10.40
Turn This Thing Around (hand-numbered 7" in gold hand-stamped inner sleeve + Juno exclusive branded card sleeve + sticker) (1 per customer)
Cat: MUKAT 072. Rel: 22 Jun 20
Funk
  1. Turn This Thing Around (feat Sulene Fleming) (4:07)
  2. Turn This Thing Around (Exclusive unreleased instrumental) (4:04)
Review: Killer modern day funk masterpiece first released almost 20 years ago by the legendary Leeds outfit led by guitarist Eddie Roberts and the first time ever on a handy 7 inch format.Still as fresh as ever fierce drum kit and twangy guitar with hammond organ stabs leads way to upfront vocals from Sulene Flemming who has worked with Bernard Purdie, Reuben Wilson, Brand New Heavies and Incognito etc. Originally released in 2001 it still sounds fresh as ever and this version comes backed with an exclusive unreleased tuff breaks heavy instrumental version. Hand-numbered to 500 copies and served in a Juno exclusive sleeve. Supported by DJ Koco from Japan ,Skeme Richards,The Allergies & Oliie Cheeba from The Herbalizer so far..
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 in stock $7.28
Myron Refixes (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DPR 035. Rel: 22 Jun 20
UK Garage
  1. Myron (2steppah Re:refix)
  2. Myron (2step Re:re:refix)
  3. Myron
Review: Back in 1998 Groove Chronicles took on Myron's "We Can Get Down", delivering a hard-stepping breaks-y version which was dazzlingly fresh for the time, and still sounds effervescent now. DPR continue their incredible service to archival garage holy grails by digging this one out of the dust and offering up some newly aired versions to take you even deeper. This is the sweet and smoky side of the UKG scene, not least on the spacious and dubby "2step Re:re:refix" that kicks off the B-side. Mellow, moody and oh so smooth, but with bass pressure where it counts. Don't sleep on this one - it's guaranteed to fly out.




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Cat: SR 12321SPECIAL. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Higher State Of Consciousness (Tweekin Acid Funk) (6:20)
  2. Higher State Of Consciousness (Deep Slow Chill edit) (6:20)
 in stock $11.44
Valborg (12")
Cat: MOUSE 025. Rel: 23 Jun 20
Techno
  1. Valborg (7:59)
  2. The Raid (8:02)
Review: When Eric Prydz fancies offering up some forthright, warehouse-ready techno, he fires up the Mouseville label and dons the Cirez D alias. Clearly, he's in a rave-igniting mood right now, because this two-tracker is the first Cirez D outing - and Mouseville release - for almost two years. There's a definite "massive room" vibe emerging from A-side "Valborg", where decidedly foreboding lead lines and ghostly chords ride a chunky, Drumcode-friendly techno beat. The saucer-eyed, hands-aloft "festival techno" feel continues on flipside "The Raid", which cleverly peppers a house-tempo rhythm track with the sort of raw, razor-sharp riffs more often found in neo-trance productions.
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 in stock $10.92
Cat: GLITS 052R. Rel: 22 Jun 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Second Chance (club mix) (7:13)
  2. Second Chance (Moplen extended remix) (6:57)
  3. Second Chance (The Shapeshifters reprise) (8:01)
  4. Second Chance (acappella) (5:26)
Review: Given that he was making disco-fired house as far back as the early noughties, Simon Marlin AKA The Shapeshifters is a perfect fit for Defected's disco-focussed Glitterbox sub-label. These days Marlin's productions are closer to "real" disco than funky house, as last year's Salsoul influenced "Life Is A Dancefloor" with singer Kimberly Davis proved. "Second Chance" explores similar musical pastures, with the EP opening club mix layering Tony Montana-esque orchestration and Loleatta-like vocals atop a bouncy beat. Moplen delivers a classic disco revision mixed in a Tom Moulton style, where there's more clarity to each showcased piece of instrumentation, while the Shapeshifters provide a dub mix style "Reprise" that rises and falls in all the right places. A handy, delay-laden acapella version completes a very strong EP.
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Played by: Seamus Haji
 in stock $10.15
Request (limited 7" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: ZAMZAM 78. Rel: 22 Jun 20
Dub
  1. Request (4:22)
  2. Philo (4:21)
Review: ZamZam Sounds has been killing it of late, with Rider Shafique, Ishan Sound and Kahn's recent "When Shall We Rise" single arguably being one of their most potent releases yet. Here they continue that fine run of form via another must-check "45", this time via the artist formerly known as Deadboy, Al Wooton. A-side "Request" offers a deliciously contemporary take on steppers/dub fusion, with ricocheting electronics, humid aural textures and echoing vocal snippets jumping around above a killer bassline and bustling drums. He continues on a similar theme with "Philo", which is the kind of weighty, club-ready dub excursion that would sit well in many house and techno sets.


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 in stock $9.35
Pentamerous Metamorphosis (remastered) (limited numbered gatefold 180 gram audiophile transparent blue marbled vinyl 2xLP in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: MOVLP 2574C. Rel: 25 Jun 20
Ambient/Drone
  1. Alpha Phase (16:41)
  2. Beta Phase (10:43)
  3. Gamma Phase (11:37)
  4. Delta Phase (10:09)
  5. Epsilon Phase (11:24)
Review: Pioneering ambient duo Global Communication were invited to rework the Blood Music album from Chapterhouse for this 1993 album, originally on Dedicated Records. It might technically be a remix album, then, but you'd be hard pushed to notice much of the original material left intact. Instead, in the hands of these two skilled sonic craftsmen, it becomes an hour long work over five tracks, various multi-track tapes and thematic embellishments that make for a whole new world of cinematic sound. Floating ambience is paired with slow and deep electronic beats to classic effect throughout, making it yet another masterclass from Mark Pritchard and Tom Middleton.
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 in stock $27.32
Mordechai (limited gatefold pink vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DOC 193LPC1. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Indie
  1. First Class (4:42)
  2. Time (You & I) (5:46)
  3. Connaissais De Face (4:19)
  4. Father Bird, Mother Bird (3:05)
  5. If There Is No Question (5:51)
  6. Pelota (2:49)
  7. One To Remember (4:24)
  8. Dearest Alfred (3:58)
  9. So We Won't Forget (5:00)
  10. Shida (4:02)
Review: 'Mordechai is another blissed-out record from Texan party-chill-psyche trio Khruangbin. It's also among the outfit's most defined and driven, a smooth, sticky hot funk odyssey made for hazy afternoon soirees. Leader Laura Lee is, as ever, unfathomably siren-like on vocals, her bass grooves aiding the process of seduction no end. Even at the most upbeat and anthemic, 'Time (You and I)', it's hard not to feel woozy and intoxicated by the pared-back breaks and guitar lick combination. Dance floor ammo for sure, as is Pelota. Overall, though, it's an album best savoured slowly, allowing you to fully appreciate every lackadaisical moment of opiate goodness, with tracks such as 'Father Bird, Mother Bird', 'One To Remember' and 'Shida' summoning stunning sticky, heavy, deep atmospheres.
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 in stock $19.25
Down (12")
Cat: PERLON 125. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Vormlock (12:03)
  2. Down (16:02)
Review: Disordered Rhythm Metronomy may be a puzzling (and, let's face it, rather strange) artistic alias, but the two men behind the project, Ricardo Villalobos and Edward, have produced some of the most distinctive leftfield techno of the last decade. As a result, you'd expect their first joint EP to be a killer... and it is. A-side "Vormlock" is a rubbery, off-kilter treat, with the experienced duo peppering an elastic synth bassline and sparse, skittish drums with glitchy stabs, tipsy lead lines and all manner of wonky, out-of-this-world noises. Over on the flipside you'll find title track "Down", a deeper and dreamier chunk of spacey minimalism in which typical Villalobos style percussion and softly squelching bass comes cloaked in some suitably intergalactic synthesizer chords.
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 in stock $10.40
Rhythm Rug (7" + MP3 download code)
Cat: HR 005. Rel: 23 Jun 20
Funk
  1. King Most - "Rhythm Rug" (My Favorite edit Ever) (3:29)
  2. Altered Tapes - "Ego Drip" (Outta This Horn remix) (4:20)
Review: If hot-to-trot and heavyweight funk re-fixes are your thing, you should already be familiar with the work of Chicago-based Heat Rock Records. Their latest limited seven-inch delivers two must-check workouts. On the A you'll find the "Rhythm Rug" edit by San Francisco scalpel fiends King Most, a cut-and-paste concoction that peppers a sunny, hip-hop tempo good-time soul-funk groove with excerpts from the acapella version of rap classic "Can I Kick It?" Over on the flip, label regulars and Windy City heroes Altered Tapes provide something even wilder: a hot-stepping fusion of Afro-jazz horns, dancehall style drums and what sound like occasional Q-Tip vocal snippets.
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 in stock $13.00
Eastern Flowers (LP repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: PP 1001. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Library/Archive
  1. Black Iris (2:51)
  2. Tulip (2:42)
  3. Magnolia (3:00)
  4. Lotus (3:24)
  5. Lily (3:12)
  6. Red Rose (3:44)
  7. Hibiscus (3:49)
  8. Magnolia (reprise) (2:25)
  9. Morning Glory (2:19)
  10. Chamomile (2:27)
  11. Hyacinth (3:16)
  12. Daisy (2:23)
  13. Gilboa Iris (2:11)
 in stock $26.27
Women In Music Pt III (gatefold yellow vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: 813819. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Indie
  1. Los Angeles (3:23)
  2. The Steps (4:07)
  3. I Know Alone (3:44)
  4. Up From A Dream (3:23)
  5. Gasoline (3:20)
  6. 3am (3:04)
  7. Don't Wanna (3:20)
  8. Another Try (3:22)
  9. Leaning On You (3:22)
  10. I've Been Down (2:54)
  11. Man From The Magazine (2:05)
  12. All That Ever Mattered (2:35)
  13. FUBT (3:15)
  14. Summer Girl (video version) (3:50)
  15. Now I'm In It (video version) (3:54)
  16. Hallelujah (3:10)
Review: You can almost feel the California sun reflecting back off 'Los Angeles', the opening track on HAIM's third album. An unapologetic ode to their hometown - as is made clear with straight-shooting lyrics like "New York is cold/I tried the winter their once/Nope" - it's also an unapologetically smiley and smile-inducing slice of strutting pop. While first appearances can often be deceiving, and books shouldn't always be judged on their covers, in this instance the first bite is a fitting preamble for what follows. There's plenty of variety, for evidence just compare the reflective and damaged air of 'I Know Alone', and its razor sharp shimmering production, with the back-to-basics acoustic build of 'Leaning On You'. Ultimately, though, it's all sophisticated and intelligent pop, celebrating the genre's breadth by showing how capable of matching that scope this lot are.
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 in stock $26.00
How Can I (12" + MP3 download code) (1 per customer)
Cat: ZEN 12547. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Deep House
  1. Like This (4:01)
  2. Can You (3:32)
  3. How Can I (4:36)
  4. No (4:07)
  5. How Come (2:36)
  6. Beautiful (3:43)
Review: Since making her debut with a fine EP of lo-fi deep house mutations on Clipp.art in 2018, Park Hye-Jin has become one of underground dance music's most talked-about artists - a DJ/producer hotly tipped to follow in the footsteps of fellow South Korean Peggy Gou. This mini album will only increase the hype further, because it's genuinely really good. Across the course of six tracks, she offers up an attractive, club-ready mixture of dreamy deep house haziness ("Like This"), footwork-inspired up-tempo goodness (the similarly ear-pleasing "Can You" and "How Come"), twinkling South Korean R&B-pop (the bilingual "How Can I"), dense and weighty dark room techno (the ace "No"), and extra-percussive, life-affirming electronica ("Beautiful").
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out of stock $11.44
Fug (reissue) (7" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: MRB 7144. Rel: 22 Jun 20
Funk
  1. Fug (4:26)
  2. Brothers On The Slide (4:10)
Review: In the early '70s, Cymande made a trio of killer albums that remain stone cold classics to this day. For this reissue 7", Mr Bongo has dipped into two of those albums - 1973's Second Time Around and 74's Promised Heights - and dug out two of the best-loved, most-sampled cuts. On the A you'll find "Fug", a low-slung, bassline-driven party full of killer drum breaks, righteous horn solos and, and conscious lyrics that call for global action against inequality (little, it seems, has changed politically since). It's one of those you should really own, as is the ever more familiar flipside "Brothers On The Slide", which boasts one of the most recognizable grooves in the history of dance music.
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out of stock $10.40
EWF & MJ Reworks (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: FANTAZY 9. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Earth Wind & Fire - "Fantazy" (Beatconductor rework) (8:22)
  2. Michael Jackson - "Human" (Beatconductor rework) (8:23)
Played by: Vincent Inc
 in stock $14.31
Alice Donut (hand-numbered 7" limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Off
Cat: OFF 001. Rel: 22 Jun 20
Funk
  1. Alice Donut (2:48)
  2. Nino Fourrure (3:25)
Review: There's plenty to set the pulse racing on this inaugural, limited-edition seven-inch single from Off Records. Check first Parisian producer Son of a Pitch's A-side spin "Alice Donut", a hot-to-trot re-edit of what sounds like a late 1960s French fusion of lounge music, Phil Spector wall-of-sound pop and Hammond-heavy funk. It's undeniably quirky, but thanks to the presence of ear-catching organ lines and crunchy breakbeats, also a bona fide dancefloor hit. Over on the flip, French Zulu Nation member DJ Suspect turns his attention to a tongue-in-cheek Gallic Mod-era number, fattening up the breakbeats and emphasizing the killer horn lines and swinging sixties vibes.
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Get Over U (12")
Cat: SSMDC 006. Rel: 23 Jun 20
Deep House
  1. Get Over U (Chambray remix) (4:58)
  2. Get Over U (Tedd Patterson remix) (7:55)
  3. Get Over U (Mr Director's 'Feels Good' dub) (9:04)
  4. Get Over U (Director's cut mix - Sami Dee edit) (6:15)
Review: SoSure Music have re-released Director's Cut's 2012 funky house anthem "Can't Get Over U" with a couple of modern reshapes for modern dance floors. The duo was comprised of 'Godfather of house music' Frankie Knuckles with veteran producer Eric Kupper. Berlin's Chambray (REKIDS/&Friends/Dirtybird) injects a bouncy lo-fi shuffle into his rework, while industry legend Tedd Patterson keeps that classic vibe alive - like only he can - on his version. On the flip, we have Frankie's own 'Mr Director's 'Feels Good' Dub' (a vinyl exclusive) of which Frenchman Sami Dee serves up a brilliant edit as well.
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 in stock $11.19
Wabi Sabi (LP)
Cat: PP 1002. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Library/Archive
  1. Yugen (4:06)
  2. Shinrinyoku (2:34)
  3. Hot Winds Arrive (2:37)
  4. Hanami (3:11)
  5. Komorebi (3:40)
  6. Blanket Fog Descends (2:57)
  7. Wabi Sabi (3:14)
  8. Bamboo & Rocks (2:59)
  9. Kachofugetsu (2:55)
  10. Onsen (3:43)
  11. North Wind Rattles The Leaves (4:16)
Played by: DJ Kobayashi
 in stock $26.27
Mordechai (gatefold LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DOC 193LP. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Indie
  1. First Class (4:42)
  2. Time (You & I) (5:46)
  3. Connaissais De Face (4:19)
  4. Father Bird Mother Bird (3:05)
  5. If There Is No Question (5:51)
  6. Pelota (2:49)
  7. One To Remember (4:24)
  8. Dearest Alfred (3:58)
  9. So We Won't Forget (5:00)
  10. Shida (4:02)
Review: 'Mordechai is another blissed-out record from Texan party-chill-psyche trio Khruangbin. It's also among the outfit's most defined and driven, a smooth, sticky hot funk odyssey made for hazy afternoon soirees. Leader Laura Lee is, as ever, unfathomably siren-like on vocals, her bass grooves aiding the process of seduction no end. Even at the most upbeat and anthemic, 'Time (You and I)', it's hard not to feel woozy and intoxicated by the pared-back breaks and guitar lick combination. Dance floor ammo for sure, as is Pelota. Overall, though, it's an album best savoured slowly, allowing you to fully appreciate every lackadaisical moment of opiate goodness, with tracks such as 'Father Bird, Mother Bird', 'One To Remember' and 'Shida' summoning stunning sticky, heavy, deep atmospheres.
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 in stock $19.25
  1. Rivelazioni Di Uno Psichiatra Sul Mondo Perverso Del Sesso aka Psicolimite (2:15)
  2. Sex Club aka Hard To Go Up (3:57)
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Cat: RVS 015. Rel: 23 Jun 20
Deep House
  1. Shuffle Heads - "Roll Call" (Silverlining remix) (7:38)
  2. Silverlining - "Apathy" (feat Lauren Kitara) (6:33)
  3. Ravi McArthur - "Another Crap Night Out In Eltham" (6:24)
  4. Impossible Beings - "Too Late" (Too Latex dub) (7:13)
Review: REPRESS ALERT! In another life, the crew behind Reverberations (nicknamed Reverb to many) released literally hundreds of titles on various labels including their own. 25 years after their launch, their music is more in demand than ever before. This special release on the later incarnation, RvS, handpicks four in-demand tracks and remixes by Silverlining, Ravi McArthur and their collaboration, Impossible beings. Do not miss!
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 in stock $10.40
Tender In Lahore (limited hand-stamped 10" + insert) (1 per customer)
22a
Cat: 22A 034. Rel: 24 Jun 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Impressions (11:02)
  2. Kirwani (6:13)
  3. Shalamar Gardens (3:31)
Review: It would be fair to say that Tenderlonious has been rather busy of late. In recent months we've seen a sparkling seven-inch from his band Ruby Rushton and a new solo EP of Tubby Hayes covers. Here he presents another highly personal project: a fresh three-tracker made in Lahore last year with a little help from Pakistani 'anything goes' musical quartet Jaubi. As you'd expect, all three tracks are rooted in the musical traditions of the Indian sub-continent. Perhaps the most ear-catching is opener "Impressions", where Tenderlonious adds breathless flute solos to a bed of raga style Tabla rhythms and foreboding chords. That said, there's much to admire elsewhere on the EP, not least the intoxicating, haunting ambient jazz of "Shalamar Gardens".
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Played by: Kaoru Inoue
out of stock $14.83
Temarasa (12")
Cat: GAMM 145. Rel: 24 Jun 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Temarasa (5:36)
  2. Chor Gway (4:43)
Review: When it comes to the jazzier, more Latin-focused side of GAMM's output, much of the best material has always come courtesy of Sugarloaf Gangsters - the re-edit alter ego of carnival house maestros Spiritual South. Here they return to the Swedish imprint for the first time in 14 years with a two-tracker that's every bit as sweaty and celebratory as their previous work. Check for example A-side "Temarasa", a brilliantly tweaked and subtly touched-up revision of a heavily percussive Brazilian workout laden with sizzling samba horns and heavy funk guitars. Equally as potent is flipside "Chor Gway", an epic African style drum track peppered with dub style electronic noises underpinned with a deliciously weighty, sub-heavy bassline.
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  1. Marvin Gaye - "This Love Starved Heart Of Mine (It's Killing Me)" (2:44)
  2. Shorty Long - "Don't Mess With My Weekend" (2:29)
Review: Each release in Deptford Northern Soul Club's multi-artist single series, which gathers together Northern Soul scene classics and offers them up in freshly re-mastered form, has been nothing less than essential. Predictably, the label's latest seven-inch is another doozy. On the A-side you'll find one of the rarest cuts in Marvin Gaye's vast catalogue - 1967 stomper "This Love Starved Heart of Mine (Is Killing Me)", which was for some reason pressed in extremely limited quantities first time around. Over on the flip the Deptford boys and girls serve up Shorty Long's "Don't Mess With My Weekend", an insatiably funky Northern Soul scene anthem that Motown only ever released in Australia.
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Played by: Soul Music
 in stock $10.92
Cat: CCCP 2. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Deep House
  1. Nochi (6:50)
  2. Ne Mojet Bit (6:22)
  3. T=H2O (6:57)
  4. Hare Krishna (4:14)
Review: We were rather impressed by the first volume in the CCCP Edits series, a re-edit imprint seemingly dedicated to offering up reworks of obscure, largely unknown musical gems from Soviet-era Russia, so hopes are sky-high for this second instalment. We shouldn't have worried. Opener "Nochi" is a deep, woozy and off-kilter chunk of two-step garage/jazz-funk fusion, while "Ne Mojet Bit" is the most Balearic electro track we've heard in yonks. The fun continues on the flip, where the glassy-eyed deep pop-goes-two-step flex of "T=H2O" comes accompanied with the hip-house era breakbeat-house warmth (and jazzy keys) of standout track "Hare, Krishna".

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 in stock $11.71
Helena HAUFF/VARIOUS
Kern Vol 5 (gatefold 3xLP + insert)
Cat: KERN 005LP. Rel: 24 Jun 20
Techno
  1. Esoterik - "Mayhem" (11:12)
  2. Galaxian - "Private Tyranny" (4:48)
  3. Morah & Hauff - "Segment 3" (4:48)
  4. DJ Godfather & DJ Starski - "City Of Boom" (3:53)
  5. QDT - "Track 5" (5:27)
  6. Machino - "Ministerio" (5:19)
  7. Umwelt - "Starless Night" (5:53)
  8. Shinra - "Pinwheel" (6:17)
  9. Nasenbluten - "Intellectual Killer" (6:08)
  10. LFT - "Data Move" (5:02)
  11. Dirty Hospital - "The General" (5:14)
  12. Andrea Parker & David Morley - "After Dark" (8:51)
Review: Helena Hauff's distinctive musical vision has made her one of techno and electro's most unique and celebrated selectors, and it's this side of her work that's showcased on "Kern Volume 5: Exclusives & Rarities", a triple-vinyl set that focuses on the numerous hard-to-find and previously unreleased tracks featured on her new DJ mix for Tresor. As you'd expect the quality threshold remains thrillingly high throughout, with Hauff focusing on fuzzy and scuzzy heavyweight slabs of electro, techno, ghetto tech and industrial-strength hardcore. Amongst the unreleased highlights are tracks from Umwelt, Machino, Galaxian, L.F.T and her good self (alongside Morah), while crate diggers will note the inclusion of rarities from Esoterik, Andrea Parker and David Morley, and DJ Godfather and DJ Starkski.
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Reggie HALL feat GU aka CVO
Cat: SJ U12R30. Rel: 25 Jun 20
Deep House
  1. Now That I Got To Know You (8:57)
  2. Now That I Got To Know You (instrumental dub) (8:22)
Review: The honeyed, effortlessly soulful vocals of Reggie Hall have been a feature of Chicago house since the late 1980s, when he appeared on a Dance Mania release by Victor Romeo. He's released plenty of music since then, though this hook-up with Glenn Underground - who produced the music - and fellow house veteran Byron Stingily (who provided backing vocals) is still his first outing for almost 12 years. The A-side full vocal version is simply superb, with Hall's superb, impassioned, gospel-inspired vocals riding a bouncy, Osunlade style groove, jazzy guitars, sustained church organ chords and all manner of intricate musical details. Glenn Underground dons the CVO alias to deliver a slightly tougher, more groove-driven B-side "Dub" that nevertheless includes plenty of sun-bright musical warmth.
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Xerrox Vol 4 (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code) (1 per customer)
Cat: N 0492. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Xerrox Kirlian (6:01)
  2. Xerrox Neige (4:40)
  3. Xerrox Voyage (3:46)
  4. Xerrox Cosmos (3:36)
  5. Xerrox Plongee (5:21)
  6. Xerrox Ile (6:17)
  7. Xerrox Argo (5:16)
  8. Xerrox Calypsoid 1 (4:20)
  9. Xerrox Canaux (4:06)
  10. Xerrox Utopia (2:55)
  11. Xerrox Sans Retour (4:25)
  12. Xerrox Calypsoid 2 (10:59)
  13. Xerrox Apesanteur (4:24)
  14. Xerrox Neant (2:44)
Review: When he launched the "Xerrox" series way back in 2007, Alva Noto intended it to run to five volumes. Here he presents the fourth volume, which largely eschews "external samples" of everyday sounds - the series was inspired by the idea of creating new musical motifs from "copies of copies" - in favour of greater warmth, emotion and musical dexterity. There's much to enjoy throughout, from the appealing, slow-burn haziness of deep ambient opener "Xerrox Kirlian" and the distinctly cinematic, Angelo Badalamenti-in-"Twin Peaks"-mode beauty of "Xerrox Voyage", to the Radiophonic Workshop style creepiness of "Xerrox Cosmos" and the melancholic, string-laden swell of "Xerrox Canaux".
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Dimensional Shifting (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code) (1 per customer)
Cat: SOM 51. Rel: 25 Jun 20
Electro
  1. Temporal Matrix (1:18)
  2. Hologram Universe (4:10)
  3. Signal Filtering From Interstellar Noise (4:28)
  4. Encoder (4:05)
  5. Time Aperture (4:37)
  6. 3.26 Parallax Seconds (3:45)
  7. Search For Artificial Intelligence (2:31)
  8. Dimensional Shift (feat Paris The Black Fu) (3:27)
  9. Microwave Photon (3:31)
  10. Closing The EPR Bridge (2:53)
Review: Solar One Music's cofounder Robert Witschakowski and Dopplereffek's Gerald Donald return with another sauced out electro offering that takes you to another dimension. Their trademark sounds jump out of the speakers across four glorious sides of vinyl. The slipper baselines, the sci-fi motifs, the feeling of high speed space travel all define these cuts as you guide n bumpy beats or get lost in glistening synths. The duo first worked together a number of year ago but are still finding fresh new forms that make them as essential as ever.
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Bubba (2xLP + poster + MP3 download code)
RCA
Cat: 194397 24481. Rel: 12 Jun 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Do It (2:17)
  2. 2 The Music (feat Iman Omari) (3:51)
  3. Go DJ (feat SiR) (2:30)
  4. Gray Area (feat Mick Jenkins) (2:25)
  5. Puff Lah (2:03)
  6. 10% (feat Kali Uchis) (3:12)
  7. Need It (feat Masego) (2:12)
  8. Taste (feat Vanjess) (3:42)
  9. Oh No (feat Estelle) (2:48)
  10. What You Need (feat Charlotte Day Wilson) (3:04)
  11. Vex Oh (feat Goldlink, Eight9fly & Ari Pensmith) (2:42)
  12. Scared To Death (2:33)
  13. Freefall (feat Durand Bernarr) (3:05)
  14. Culture (feat Teedra Moses) (4:08)
  15. The Worst In Me (feat Tinashe) (3:48)
  16. September 21 (1:57)
  17. Midsection (feat Pharrell Williams) (4:44)
Review: Canadian Kaytranda's second album from late 2019 was defined by its exceptional collaborations and high class sound. Iman Omari, Mick Jenkins, Estelle and many more contribute to what is a gloriously fun, accessible album that is all about making you dance. Snapping beats ride over bumping bass on "Taste", "10%" with Kali Uchis has three different betas going on and a cameo from Estelle on "Oh No" is first class. The whole record is sequinned lie a Dj set, with appropriate ups and downs, thrill and spills, all keeping you locked. party starting yet meaningful, Bubba is coherent record full of charm.
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Coffee In The Morning EP (limited heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: HEIST 046. Rel: 10 Jun 20
Deep House
  1. Coffee In The Morning (5:44)
  2. Move Out The Way (8:25)
  3. Coffee In The Morning (Prins Thomas Diskomiks) (10:29)
  4. Coffee In The Morning (dub mix) (6:23)
Review: Here's something to give your day the kick-start it needs: a caffeine-rich collaboration between Detroit Swindle and sometime Tartelet artist Jitwam. In its original form, "Coffee in the Morning" is funky and addictive, with ear-catching lead vocals riding a chunky groove rich in warm Rhodes chords, disco-style bass, bustling house drums, layered hand percussion and snaking sax motifs. It comes accompanied by two flipside revisions - a deliciously rubbery, all-action "Diskomiks" from Prins Thomas that's arguably even better than the original version, as well as a driving Dub Mix that contains a stunningly saucer-eyed breakdown - as well as a jaunty, synth-heavy classic house style bonus cut ("Move Out of the Way"). In a word: essential.
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out of stock $10.40
Jiraya EP (12")
Cat: HOD 026. Rel: 16 Jun 20
Funky/Club House
  1. Our Love (6:31)
  2. Forgotten (5:41)
  3. Jiraya (7:32)
  4. Funk, Nah (6:07)
Review: Killarney's David Sheerin makes a strong step into the spotlight with this 12" on House Of Disco, which finds him rounding out his musical identity with some seriously slick house cuts. "Our Love" is a smooth and bubbling track underpinned by some tidy acid and peppered with vocals on top, while "Forgotten" rides a dusty groove and hazy chords for a lazy summer treat. "Jiraya" takes things higher with strafing arpeggios orbiting a steadfast groove, and then "Funk, Nah" drops some big room dynamics to seal the deal on this sturdy breakthrough EP.
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Played by: 80's Child
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Cat: OTS 206. Rel: 04 May 20
Funk
  1. Light My Fire (Ryuhei The Man Chicago edit) (3:25)
  2. Light My Fire (2:41)
Review: Ryuhei The Man has been utilising his scalpel skills a lot of late, in the process offering up a string of floor-friendly re-edits that stay true to the original ethos of the artform. Here he offers a re-arrangement and extension of Erma Franklin's scintillating 1969 cover of Doors classic "Light My Fire", subtly looping up some key instrumental passages before unleashing the original's righteous horns and Franklin's fine vocal. By doing this, the dusty-fingered Japanese DJ/producer has managed to make the too-short original - which is of course featured on the flip - much more suitable for dancefloor spins. Most of his edits are good, but this one is genuinely extra-special.
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ED 028 (12")
Cat: ED 028. Rel: 09 Jun 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee - "Shades Of Blue" (Thatmanmonkz remix) (5:50)
  2. Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee - "Cantina" (6:21)
  3. Hotmood - "Chico Shake" (6:08)
  4. Hotmood - "El-Artista" (7:04)
Review: Editorial's 28th vinyl outing is a split affair, with label mainstays Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee handling the A side and Hotmood holding court on the B. Interestingly, the standout of Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee's side is a wonderfully groovy, synth-sporting deep house re-make of "Shades of Blue" by Sheffield-based Leicester Lad Scott Moncrieff AKA Thatmanmonkz, though the head-nodding, toe-tapping chunk of jazz-funk/instrumental soul that follows it, "Cantina", is also rather good. As for Hotmood, they provide some instant party-starting vibes via the low-slung disco-funk-meets-house loop jam "Chico Shake", before exploring breezier dancefloor pastures via the flute-sporting goodness of "El Arista". In a word: solid.
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Played by: Superbreak, HOTMOOD
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Black Pumas (Love Record Stores 2020) (split coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ATO 0500LPCC. Rel: 20 Jun 20
Soul
  1. Black Moon Rising (3:42)
  2. Colors (4:06)
  3. Know You Better (4:08)
  4. Fire (4:05)
  5. OCT 33 (4:48)
  6. Stay Gold (4:35)
  7. Old Man (3:15)
  8. Confines (3:09)
  9. Touch The Sky (4:26)
  10. Sweet Conversations (3:20)
Review: 2020's inaugural Love Record Stores campaign is an exciting prospect for those who love coloured, marbled and "split" vinyl releases. The latest essential album to get this treatment is Black Pumas' self-titled 2019 debut. Helmed by multi-instrumentalist Adrian Quesada, the Austin-based band's trademark sound tends towards the psychedelic end of soul, offering up songs that variously doff a cap to Tower of Power, Sly and the Family Stone, Rotary Connection, Terry Callier and the Chambers Brothers - all topped off with impassioned, effortlessly soulful lead vocals from mic man Eric Burton. Given the inspirations, it's no surprise that the band's tracks sound authentically old, though there's also an inherent vibrancy and freshness that means they never stray into hollow pastiche.
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P (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CRTL 011.1. Rel: 08 Jun 20
Techno
  1. Xzomet (6:10)
  2. Darkanesthesie (4:32)
  3. Hostile Planet (5:04)
  4. System Down (4:30)
Review: After making a splash with releases on Twig and Lumbago, Raphael Beneluz brings his classy machine music to Cartulis with the P 12". Things get off to a pumped-up start with the dynamic, detailed thrust of "Xzomet" before the night draws in around the tastefully creepy workout "Darkanethesie". "Hostile Planet" opens up the B-side with more eerie atmospheres and stout box jam beats, and then "System Down" completes the package with another thumping tapestry of nervy acid and old-skool jack. For all the familiar touches, this is music dripping with personality and attitude, bottom-heavy and sure to devastation in the dance, real or virtual.



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Under The Influence Vol 8 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: ZEDDLP 049. Rel: 12 Jun 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Original Just Us - "You're My Latest Inspiration" (6:20)
  2. Coco York & Serge Ermoll Ensemble - "Come On Everybody" (8:32)
  3. Ciecle - "Disco Break" (Woody Bianchi edit) (5:19)
  4. GC Cameron - "If I Love You" (3:24)
  5. Rev Jerry Burns & The Youth Ensemble - "Rapture" (6:43)
  6. Sunny Gayle - "I Wanna Know" (6:01)
  7. The Magic City Band - "Hot Flashes" (3:37)
  8. Arlana - "Springtime" (6:00)
  9. Jay Player - "Love Is The Answer" (5:47)
  10. Razz Ma Tazz - "Sugar Sugar Sugar" (7:26)
  11. Rideout - "Someone Special" (4:24)
  12. Formula One - "Can You Feel It" (6:11)
  13. Ipanema Brothers - "Rio De Janeiro" (Woody Bianchi edit) (6:06)
  14. The Variations - "I Know Why You're Here" (3:26)
Review: Although he's recorded and released plenty of music in the last three decades, Italian DJ Woody Bianchi is better-known amongst the crate digging community for the quality, size and depth of his record collection. As a fellow dusty-fingered disco collector, Joey Negro is well aware of Bianchi's digging pedigree - hence offering him the chance to compile the latest edition in the essential "Under The Influence" series. It's naturally a treat from start to finish, offering a highlight-filled journey through disco, disco-funk, boogie and jazz-funk that will be eye-opening to all but the most dedicated diggers. Our picks include Bianchi's own edit of Ipaema Brothers' "Rio De Janeiro", the thrillingly up-tempo madness of Formula One's "Can You Feel It" and the boogie brilliance of Original Just Us's "You're My Latest Inspiration".
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Cat: DYNAM 7074/7045. Rel: 05 Jun 20
Funk
  1. You Can't Even Walk In The Park (Opening Theme) (2:35)
  2. Truck Stop (2:19)
  3. Shaft In Africa (3:03)
  4. El Jardia (3:05)
Review: Johnny Pate's musical work on "Shaft In Africa", the 1973 sequel to the better-known "Shaft", has long been regarded as one of the strongest soundtracks of the Blaxploitation era. To prove the point, double seven-inch specialists Dynamite Cuts have gathered together some of the most potent tracks on two "45s". Check first the gloriously over-the-top Afro-beat/Blaxploitation funk fusion that is spiralling opener "You Can't Even Walk In The Park", before diving into the jaunty Afro-funk blast that is "Shaft In Africa" (and yes, it does include some serious wah-wah guitar action). On record two, "Truck Stop" is a more laidback affair where fuzzy horns sharply rise above dense African percussion, while "El Jardia" is a more laidback affair influenced by North and East African jazz and soul.
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Transcedenton EP (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: BSU 004. Rel: 10 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Twisted Metal (6:20)
  2. Senator Bongwater's Revenge (5:38)
  3. Transcedenton (6:33)
  4. Neutral Circuits (5:54)
Review: Previously, London label Butter Side Up was probably best-known for offering up some quietly impressive EPs from rising stars Sweely and Christian Jay. This EP, which comes from high-profile Los Angeles-based techno producer Urulu (real name Taylor Freels) under his alternative Liquid Earth guise, is undoubtedly the fledgling imprint's biggest release to date. Across the four tracks, Freels explores the more psychedelic side of the Californian house and techno sound, variously doffing a cap to colourful 90s techno/dub house fusion (on the chunky and ear-catching "Transcedenton"), the Orbital end of the breakbeat hardcore spectrum ("Senator Bomgwater's Revenge", which sounds like it could have featured on the Hartnoll brothers' "Brown Album"), San Diego style tech-house (the Hipp-E and Halo-ish "Twisted Metal") and dreamy breakbeat techno (lovely closing cut "Neutral Circuits").
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Atmosphere EP (reissue) (yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: SHL 1004 YELLOW. Rel: 10 Jun 20
Deep House
  1. Climax 1 (6:16)
  2. Climax 2 (6:19)
  3. Track 1 (6:57)
  4. Track 2 (5:52)
Review: Kerri Chandler has made a lot of terrific records over the years, but few are better than 1993's "Atmosphere EP", which in our opinion contains some of the most on-point "garage-house" (as it would have been called then) ever made. This yellow vinyl reissue proves our point: you'll struggle to find a more infectious fusion of New Jersey organ stabs, sparkling piano riffs and bumpin' club grooves than "Climax 1", or the tougher dub mix "Climax 2" for that matter (a revision made all the more alluring by Chandler's use of heady African vocal samples). The goodness continues on the flip, where the jazzy and immersive deep house warmth of "Track 1" is quickly followed by the Larry Heard-inspired brilliance of "Track 2" - a kind of tribute to "Can You Feel It" that features some dizzying piano solos from the hugely talented Chandler. In a word: essential.
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Played by: Paul Starey
out of stock $10.92
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