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Afternooners (gatefold 2xLP + insert)
Cat: DE 185. Rel: 01 Aug 22
Big Shot (4:27)
Surfside Sex (6:14)
Hot Beach (5:44)
The Runner (6:52)
Furlough (4:42)
One Hot Afternoon (5:05)
Leather Bound (4:45)
Bore & Stroke (8:24)
Cycle Tuff (4:10)
Jungle Orchids (5:16)
Take A Little Trip (8:31)
Love Come Set Me Free (4:57)
Review: The final part of Dark Entries' long-running series of archival Patrick Cowley releases showcases tracks originally recorded for Afternooners, a late '70s gay porn film by director John Coletti. As with previous Cowley releases on Dark Entries, the double album also contains previously unheard material rediscovered from the Fox Studio archives. It's another essential collection of atmospheric synthesizer music in the producer's distinctive style, all told, with tracks ranging from the whistling cheeriness of "Hot Beach" and the sparkling, cowbell-laden throb of "One Hot Afternoon" to the dubbed-out, semi-ambient dreaminess of "Bore & Stroke" and the humid, upbeat "Jungle Orchid".
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School Daze
School Daze (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: DE 052. Rel: 20 Jun 22
Mockingbird Dream
Pagan Rhythms
Seven Sacred Pools
School Daze
He's Like You
Journey Home
Out Of Body
Primordial Landscape
Tides Of Man
Review: School Daze is a killer compilation put together by the Dark Entries label and the Honey Soundsystem crew, collating some of the early recordings produced by Patrick Cowley in the years between 1973-81 and were later used as soundtrack material in two gay porn films. You will probably know Cowley for his Hi-NRG output or 'that' Donna Summer remix or his behind the buttons work on Sylvester tracks. Be prepared for a surprise (well quite a few as the 'explicit content' warning on the cover lives up to its billing) as this collection presents Cowley as a producer capable of many styles and moods. The closest School Daze comes to the sound Cowley is most identified is opening track "Zygote" and from here the collection runs through primitive electronics, short bursts of wave and more with a few extended gems that highlight Cowley's talent for arrangement. One of the compilations of the year!
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Mysteries Of The East
Cat: ERC 029. Rel: 13 Mar 23
Mysteries Of The East (5:38)
Mysteries Of The East ('88 Mecca mix) (5:17)
Review: Emotional Rescue has had this reissue in the works for a while, but it was delayed by the sad passing of Steve Coe after the rerelease of The Ganges Orchestra's The Dream. Finally, though, the right time has come for this one to be bacon the racks and it is a much-loved reminder of Coe's wizardry in the studio. It comes with plenty of Eastern flavours to bring something new to the dance floor, not least thanks to tabla disciple turned teacher, Jhalib (Millar), who helped Coe on this one back in 1982. The likes of Danielle Baldelli and chug dons like Andrew Weatherall long favoured it, and if it's good enough for them...

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Tour De France
Cat: 020146. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Tour De France (French version)
Tour De France (remix)
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Cult Edits 001
Cat: CULTED 001. Rel: 07 Mar 18
Manfredas - "Mani From The Block" (7:57)
Siaubas - "Hare Hare" (6:24)
Simple Symmetry - "Yalla" (6:42)
Review: Those fine folks behind the otherworldly Multi-Culti imprint have decided to launch a re-edit series, naturally focusing on reworks of weird and wonderful, off-kilter gems from around the world. This first serving of Cult Edits naturally contains some seriously tasty and exotic fare, most notably the parping, horn-heavy shuffle of Manfredas's "Mani From The Block", a stretched-out interpretation of what appears to be a Turkish style funk weird-out. Flip to the B-side for two more heavyweight slabs of wild goodness: the low-slung, dub-fired post-punk insanity of Siaubas's "Hare Hare" rework, and the throbbing, chant-along drug-chug of Simple Symmetry's brilliant "Yalla" interpretation.
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French Kiwi Juice
French Kiwi Juice (gatefold 2xLP + insert)
Cat: RM 039LP. Rel: 26 Aug 20
We Ain't Feeling Time (4:04)
Skyline (3:35)
Better Give U Up (4:53)
Go Back Home (3:54)
Vibin' Out (feat (((O)))) (5:12)
Canggu (4:00)
Blessed (4:23)
Die With A Smile (4:10)
Lying Together (Interlude) (1:26)
Lying Together (4:34)
Joy (3:59)
Why Are There Boundaries (2:59)
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Traces Of Illusion
Traces Of Illusion (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: STKLP 009. Rel: 12 May 23
Tao - "Makin Love" (3:54)
Larry Yanez - "Xai Jua Jua" (2:43)
Phil McDonnell - "America" (5:54)
Regis Tareau - "Music Magic" (3:42)
Reboshaze - "2nd Movement" (6:43)
YMA - "Tempted" (3:28)
Daniel Sofer - "Dewdrops" (2:56)
Noel Stone - "Dream Girl" (4:42)
Brenda Kane - "French Kissing" (3:23)
Michael - "Bluebird Of Heaven" (3:19)
Gregory Paul - "Sun" (4:42)
Rhythm & Bliss - "Song Of Earth & Sky" (5:58)
The Bob Bath Band - "Traces Of Illusion" (5:51)
Teatron - "Swing" (5:18)
Scott Fraser - "Communique" (5:40)
Review: Spacetalk Records returns from a period of hibernation with something special: a new collection of ultra-rare, little-known nuggets from label co-founder Danny McLewin AKA Skyrager. Unlike his previous compilations as part of Psychemagik, there's no killer concept behind Traces of Illusion, just a desire to share some of the dusty obscurities he's found during years of determined crate digging. Musically, it's a mixture of psychedelic folk, leftfield synth-pop oddities, blue-eyed soul, acid-fried blue-eyed soul, Balearic boogie, Americana, ambient jazz, AOR, late 80s dancehall-soul and even a spot of grizzled progressive rock. In other words, it's as educational as it is entertaining, and packed to the rafters with private press treats and impossible-to-find curiosities.
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Party Over EP
Cat: VIB 008. Rel: 01 Sep 14
Deep House
Party Over
West Sonic Vibe
Party Over (Inkswel remix)
Review: Slight Delay aka Tiago makes a welcome addition to the Vibrations camp with this supreme e.p of leftfield house. 'West Sonic Vibe' is a deep eastern infused tropical gem with 'Party Over' taking on a harder edge on the same mystical journey. Oz producer of the moment Inkswel takes on the remix duties and rocks 'Party Over' into a slower funked up, bass line heavy trip via Sugarhill.
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Slow Dance
Cat: AOTN 12014. Rel: 23 Sep 21
Slow Dance (4:34)
Slow Dance (Axes) (4:23)
Leave It All Behind (3:32)
Punch (4:35)
Review: It's hard to keep up with the number of releases that Athens Of The North are putting out this month, but you really must try. This one is a gooey and loved up disco 12" from the dream team pairing of Tom Findlay from Groove Armada and James Alexander Bright. They hook up via mutual appreciation over Twitter and worked up a load of new material in the studio as Bright & Findlay. Their first offering 'Slow Dance' is perfection - lush 80s synths, slow-motion boogie beats and drum machines marbled with little guitar riffs and soulful vocals that ate you to a better place. Two further heart melters come on the flip side and we are already in love with this project.
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E Soul Cultura Volume 2
E Soul Cultura Volume 2 (gatefold 2xLP + zine + insert with obi-strip)
Cat: MRBLP 268. Rel: 09 Jun 23
Real Thing - "Children Of The Ghetto" (4:34)
Avis - "Baby, This Love I Have" (4:37)
Veronica Mickie - "Lost Children" (5:22)
Rare Silk - "Storm" (Arp Duppy Chip mix) (5:00)
LFO - "Shove Piggy Shove" (4:20)
Bach Revolution - "DE 108" (3:33)
Andi Otto - "Bangalore Whispers" (feat MD Pallavi) (3:26)
Unnayanaa & Irfan Rainy - "Taht Min Aini" (feat Ibtisam - Alberghina remix) (3:14)
Michael De Albuquerque - "We May Be Cattle But We All Got Names" (4:20)
Pyranha - "Clepsydre" (7:04)
Yargo - "Marimba" (5:23)
Okyerema Asante & Black Fire - "Play A Sweet Rhythm On Them Drums" (feat Plunky) (6:36)
Mr Scruff - "Giffin" (feat Nke - re-edit speechless dub mix) (7:20)
Isis - "In Essense" (6:52)
Frank Hatchett - "Malibu Nites" (5:00)
Review: With some of the best DJs and selectors, there is a certain mysterious sound or underlying feeling which unites the music they play, regardless of genre, year or tempo. British DJ, producer and music maestro Luke Una is a master of telling a story through music and this compilation is a perfect example of his musical alchemy in action. The second volume in his E Soul Cultura series, Una's intriguingly woven pattern of new, old, rare and under-discovered music from around the world became the soundtrack to rejuvenated positivity and won him favour with record outlets.
The compilation isn't just peacocking his crate diving ability, but it's a sonical narrative that engages the ebbs and flows of salsa, nu-disco, psych rock and Balearic. It's a grab bag of sounds, and each one is as intriguing and groovy as the last. Here's to a hopeful trilogy.
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DJ Kicks
DJ Kicks (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: K7 283LP. Rel: 12 Mar 11
Sect - "In The Park" (feat Ben Westbeech)
No Regular Play - "Takin' U Back"
Tanner Ross - "Goodbye, Summer"
Slow Hands - "Rough Patch"
Soul Clap - "Lonely C" (feat Charles Levine)
Zev - "We All" (feat Greg Paulus)
Charles Levine, Denix Kurtel & Gadi Mizrahi - "Stay Home"
Nicolas Jaar - "Can't See What Is Burning There"
Deniz Kurtel & Gadi Mirahi - "Crank It Up" (feat Camburn)
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Vision Of Estonia
Cat: PPU 034LP. Rel: 14 May 21
Vision Of Estonia (demo) (4:04)
Real Love (3:02)
Secret Dream (3:57)
Mayday (3:06)
Dream Lover (2:43)
Stevie Bossa (2:58)
Vision Of Estonia (4:01)
Soft Fashion (2:48)
I Ask U Now (3:11)
Right Or Wrong (3:48)
 in stock $19.92
Si Jambo
Si Jambo (12")
Cat: MC 035. Rel: 23 Aug 17
Deep House
2Tac Onana (4:17)
Si Jambo (5:34)
Something For The Mind (3:43)
Non-Binary Joys On The Venus Holodeck (5:49)
Czary Mary (5:34)
Review: Having set out their stall via a fine first collaborative release on Bordello a Parigi a couple of months back, Mytron and Ofofo pitch up on Multi-Culti. As you'd expect from a label with such a strong track record of multi-cultural musical fusion, much of the EP defies easy categorization. Sure, you'll find a chunk of Italo-influenced electro ("Non-Binary Joys on the Venus Holodeck") and a couple of slabs of madcap disco-funk fusion ("Si Jambo" and "2Tac Onana"), but also a heavyweight slab of low-slung punk-funk/post disco ("Czary Mary"). Oh, and the skewed electro-funk-meets-intergalactic synth pop insanity of "Something for Your Mind", which also boasts some notably brain-melting vocoder action. More, please!
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West & East Vol 1
West & East Vol 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FAUVEPWE 001. Rel: 15 Nov 21
Mameen 3 - "Dada Glitter" (6:37)
Mameen 3 - "Dada Glitter" (Dea rework) (4:23)
Dea - "Mesopotamia" (5:35)
Dea - "Mesopotamia" (Mameen 3 Rai Not Raimix) (5:11)
Review: "Music is a borderless language"
This is our gargantuan motto at Fauve Records.

With this mission statement arose a new project called WEST & EAST,
born from the desire to link the world of the West & the East. The idea was to ask two artists/bands to collaborate on a split EP - with one original track each, and finally to remix each others' work.

For Volume 1, it is with a humble esteem that we present Mameen 3: the duo DJ soFa & Cheb Runner - from Belgium & Morocco - face to face with Indonesian future legend Dea. We are extremely happy to launch the new series with this extraordinary collection of retro-futuristic club music, filled with treasury oddities.

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Cat: PPU 063. Rel: 15 Dec 14
Neither Here Nor Where
Art Direction
Review: Moon B's next mini-LP offering to PPU, entitled III, is a varied affair. The a side offers up the older taped track "Realms", a semi-muted yet chuggy number for the dance floor overwrought with moon-roasted synth progressions that coat the ears. "Neither Here Nor Where" is an ode to forgotten spaces and places, wrapped tightly in synth bazz and creamed pads that emanate from Moon's favorite synth, the Alpha Juno 1. Flip the record to find Moon's most "instro-spective" offerings to date. "Art Direction" bottomed out tempo conjures up images of 1984 Prince replacing Appalonia with Inga Copeland as his motorcycle passenger after a neon lit love-making session. "Moonda"'s slow fluctuation and linn drum echoes paired with sorrowful yet hopeful chords attempts to warm you in the coldest of polar vortices. "Polywarp" rounds out the affair with syruppy vacillating instrumentation paired with unforeseen wobbly bits and foreign percussive hits. -
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Inta Min Feen?
Inta Min Feen? (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: OTE 006. Rel: 04 Mar 20
Bint Al Sa7ra (5:15)
Ah Stop (6:41)
I'll Tell Ya For A Tenner (4:49)
Molecular Mimicry (4:53)
Review: After an 18-month hiatus, the admirable Orange Tree Edits series returns via a first re-edit outing from former Nail Shop artist Moving Still (real name Jamal Sulaimani). Like many of the label's releases, the four reworks on show are undeniably exotic, with Sulaimani delivering revisions of exotic Arabic and Middle Eastern dancefloor workouts from the '80s and '90s. Check for example the raw, Italo-style analogue electronics, jacking machine beats and drifting Arabic synthesizer lines of "I'll Tell Ya For A Tenner", or the melodious, life-affirming Middle Eastern synth-pop bliss of head-in-the-clouds gem "Ah Stop". Arguably best of all though is opener "Bint Al Sa7ara", a druggy stomper where snake charmer style leads lines and North African vocals ride a seriously druggy, arpeggio-driven groove.

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Ambitions (2xLP)
Cat: STS 344LP. Rel: 05 Apr 19
Foreplay (3:20)
XSB (5:32)
Feel The Love (4:23)
Ambitions (12:01)
Fra Miami Chicago (10:35)
Urmannen (6:24)
Sakral (7:30)
Review: Norwegian disco titan Prins Thomas returns to his regular stomping ground of Smalltown Supersound with this, his sixth solo studio album. Thomas is sounding as vibrant as ever, his musical ideas spilling forth in glorious arrangements of organic instrumentation and gentling bubbling electronics that melt into a mellow, groovy sonic realm. There are hazy, cosmic moments to be savoured on the likes of "Feel The Love", and more adventurous rhythmic trysts like the nagging, snaking percussive melee of "Ambitions". Thomas' studio proficiency is more than matched by his imagination and creative ambition - would you expect any less from such a titan of Scandinavian electronic music?
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BAH 050
BAH 050 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BAH 050. Rel: 28 May 19
Trance Gigolo (7:42)
Yo Let Her (6:28)
Amfobia (6:55)
Freaky Leaches (6:45)
Review: It's may seem that deviant disco champs par excellence Bahnsteig 23 are already toasting to their 50th release, but in truth their catalogue started at 23 so don't be fooled. Instead, just feast on another salvo of seedy body music from Ziggy, which leads in with the synth-soaked pump and thrust of "Trance Gigolo" before switching to the sassy 80s funk of "Yo Let Her". Things are just as cool and deadly on the flip as the slap bass electro meanderings of "Amfobia" brew up a post-punk disco delight with a schlocky horror twist, and "Freaky Leaches" leaves things on an ominous note via a swampy trip through the mangroves with only a steady ticking rhythm section for company.
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Jonny Rock Edits
Cat: OTE 007. Rel: 04 Aug 20
Kat-Woman-Do (6:40)
Bitter Juice (7:01)
Hippie Jam (4:51)
Streets Of Belgrade (4:55)
Review: Over the past few years, Johnny Rock has proved to be one of the shrewdest re-editors around, delivering must-check reworks of thoroughly obscure gems that tend towards the exotic and intoxicating. Further proof of his dusty-fingered, scalpel-wielding genius can be found on this Orange Tree Edits outing. Check first the rubbery, off-kilter '80s electro-flex of "Kat-Woman Do", before admiring the Mascara-sporting, New Romantic style synth-pop goodness of "Bitter Juice". Elsewhere, he offers up some skewed, percussion-rich late-night eccentricity (the delightfully weird "Hippie Jam") and successfully dances his way through some Communism-era Yugoslav post-punk heaviness ("Streets of Belgrade").
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Mating Call
Cat: SCRCD 01. Rel: 02 Feb 15
Mating Call
Ancient Ritual (feat Brandon Cain)
Private Practice
I Can't Breathe Without You
Brooklyn Is A Submarine (feat Slow Hands)
Maintenance Man
She Got That Fire
Freak Flag
Review: San Francisco-based DJ/producer Nick Monaco has long been part of the Soul Clap family, releasing his first 12" on the label back in 2012. Mating Call, a double 12" set running at album length, is easily his most expansive release yet. It's typically eccentric, delivering a range of songs - featuring his own distinctive vocals - that blend numerous styles whilst retaining a loose, funky and altogether rather kaleidoscopic feel. It's rooted in Balearic pop, but also touches on dub, deep house, boogie, dub disco and a strangely deep and contemporary take on the triple-beat rhythms of glam rock. It's hard to accurately describe, but is really rather good; certainly, it's one of Soul Clap's strongest releases of recent times.
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L'Amant Electronique
L'Amant Electronique (white vinyl 7")
Cat: MW 024. Rel: 15 Oct 10
L'amant Electronique
Western Dreams
Science Fiction Man
Review: Minimal Wave presents an exquisite 7" EP release by Martin Lloyd entitled "L'Amant Electronique". Martin is mainly known for his Oppenheimer Analysis (Minimal Wave) and Analysis (Survival Records) projects, yet through the years he recorded over two dozen tracks on his own, most of which never saw the light of day. The four selected tracks were recorded between 1980 and 1984 in his own "Feedback Studios" in Battersea , London. Martin Lloyd delivers vocals via the vocoder and carefully layers synth melodies which range from upbeat and danceable, to what could be the soundtrack to a 1981 post-apocalyptic science fiction film. The record is pressed on white vinyl with a heavy black jacket (spot gloss) and is limited to 999 hand-numbered copies.
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Correcciones Calypso 4
Cat: CC 004. Rel: 24 Apr 23
Youkounkoun - "Samoarabian" (6:50)
Inigo Vontier - "Transito" (6:11)
Thomass Jackson - "Traccident" (7:01)
Olta Karawame - "Folie Sans Dent" (6:05)
Review: Correcciones Calypso returns from a generous hiatus with the fourth edition of its acclaimed edit series, replete with four re-edits that veer from the subtle to the downright brazen. Thomass Jackson and INigo Vontier invite the French duo Youkounkoun to open proceedings with an insane early 80s edit full of big drums and exotic touches that's been blowing dancefloors all around the world for the past years - and definitely resides in the brazen category, despite a lot of work having gone into it. Olta Karawame make their debut on the series with a powerful, compact edit full of ballsy keyboard riffing and a military-sized kick drum that is guaranteed to have heads banging . To complete the release label bosses Thomass and INigo deliver edits of their own with their characteristic sound, giving this EP maximum a value for money factor and entertainment from start to finish.

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Totem (Swamp/Hardway Brothers/Otologic mix)
Cat: KF 013. Rel: 02 Mar 20
Totem (6:55)
Totem (Swamp Crawl) (7:23)
Totem (Hardway Brothers remix) (7:15)
Totem (Otologic dub) (5:04)
Review: It's been a while since we last heard from Kinfolk, but the broad-sweeping label with cosmic chuggery in its bones is back with this powerful dose from Ess O Ess and Saulrichards. "Totem" is an epic track that rolls around in the muck somewhere between shoegaze extravagance, post-rock heaviness and psyched-out electronics. The "Swamp Crawl" version of the track keeps the guitars bedded deep within the mix, but there's space for more expressive synth work. Hardway Brothers take the track on a similarly rockist journey, but take their time building up to a climax. Otologic wrap things up with a deadly dub that will have low tempo trippers rubbing their hands with delight.
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After Dark 3
After Dark 3 (coloured vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: IDIB 137. Rel: 10 Sep 21
Desire - "Boy" (3:36)
Orion - "Higher" (4:02)
Johnny Jewel - "Surgery" (feat Glume) (3:58)
Double Mixte - "Chambre 48" (feat Desire) (3:53)
Farah - "Boyz R Bad" (2:57)
Chromatics - "TOY" (ATRIP remix) (3:20)
Love Object - "Holodnoe Solnce" (3:54)
Joon - "Cruel Summer" (3:27)
Glume - "Don't At Me" (4:39)
MOTHERMARY - "Resurrection" (2:50)
Orion - "Space Girl" (4:56)
Guy Gerber - "Cameo" (5:01)
Causeway - "We Were Never Lost" (3:47)
Club Intl - "Crush" (2:55)
Double Mixte - "Tirage En Croix" (4:13)
Joon - "Worse Things Than Feeling Lonely" (2:52)
Pink Gloves - "Fading Stars" (Johnny Jewel remix) (3:25)
Chromatics - "Endless Sleep" (7:04)
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Sintesis Moderna: An Alternative Vision Of Argentinian Music 1980-1990
Cat: SNDWLP 150. Rel: 03 Nov 22
Carlos Cutaia - "Operativo" (4:23)
El Signo - "Dimensiones Ocultas" (Ric Piccolo edit) (5:17)
Ultimate Warriors - "Running Away From You" (5:25)
Abaddon - "No Es Computable" (3:29)
Toby - "Ain't That Better" (Harari edit) (5:02)
The Originals - "Vamos A La Playa" (5:20)
Mike Ribas - "Secuencia Sin Consecuencias" (3:13)
Adalberto Cevasco - "Reencuentros No 2" (7:29)
Los Moesicos Del Centro - "Esquirlas" (3:41)
Divina Gloria - "Mediterranee Club" (3:58)
Mike Ribas - "Como Son Los Retratos" (Harari edit) (4:39)
Delight - "I Wanna Make You Mine" (4:54)
Gaita - "Mueve Tu Cuerpo" (8:03)
Donald - "A Ver, A Ver" (Ric Piccolo edit) (5:09)
Bad Girls - "Dance To Dance" (4:46)
Carla Rab - "Sexy Films" (6:18)
Los Musicos Del Centro - "Aire De Tropicos" (3:52)
Jorge Lopez Ruiz - "De Mama Candombe" (5:36)
Jorge Alfano - "Fuego" (7:38)
Review: Revisionist history is just as important for music as it is for geopolitics or economics, so we're more than happy to recognise this 'Alternative Vision Of Argentinian Music' throughout one of the most important decades in popular music history. Whereas popular thought tended towards Argentina being a hotbed for 'rock nacional' (national rock) music made in the post-dictatorship return to democracy, here Soundway focus on the more extreme ends of the experimental music fringes that cropped, thanks to the newfound freedoms allowed by neoliberal policies. Arthur Russell-esque disco, downtempo battle breaks, avant-garde obscurities - it's all there.
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14 (12")
Cat: JWTWN 014. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Track 1 (7:12)
Track 2 (5:49)
Track 3 (6:10)
Review: Just What The World Needs returns to their own self-titled label with a 14th outing of fiery disco heat. This is potent music that melds together jazz, funk and soul with a lashing of synth goodness. The opener is a real driver with emotive gospel vocals and mad jazz keys. Second is a slower jam with a more dreamy feel then the flip side comes on strong with jazz say leading the way beneath vaping chords and funky, smooth drums. Last of all is a supercharged leftfield bomb with explosive cosmic synths and the sort of energy that stands out in any set.
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Gaia Edits
Cat: MMD 019. Rel: 02 Dec 21
Gaia Chaos (8:34)
Goreate (5:29)
Gaia Disco (5:05)
Penguins Repair (5:13)
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DB12 009
DB12 009 (12")
Cat: DB12 009. Rel: 14 Aug 23
Franz Scala - "For Me" (6:11)
Cw - "Mind Zouk" (6:25)
Der Sexa - "Gabi Plane" (6:12)
Talking Drums - "DMNB" (7:06)
Review: Duca Bianco is back with one of its special various artists' releases, and a mighty fine one it is too. This one finds four guest producers all with their finest studio tools sharpened and ready for action. Two of the artists are well known but use new alias - one is Israeli synth and psyche wizards Red Axes who work their magic as Der Sexa on 'Gabi Plane' and another is Beauty & The Beat party man Cedric Woo as CW. He gets nice and twisted here while the other two cuts - one from Italo king Franz Scala who builds slow new wave funk, and one from Manchester's renowned edit kings Talking Drums who offer some lovely leftfield madness on 'DMNB', all make for crucial listening.

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Everything Is Slow
Cat: AOTNLP 065. Rel: 08 Jun 23
Hello In The Dark (Standing) (4:18)
Fireflies (3:03)
Slow Dance (4:20)
When I Look Into The World (4:27)
Flowers (4:04)
Everything Is Slow (3:38)
It's Only Rain (4:33)
Leave It All Behind (3:28)
Space & Time (3:26)
NY Disco (Smile) (4:10)
Doom (1:41)
Review: Given their respective careers, you'd expect this surprise debut album from Balearic nu-disco specialist James Bright and Groove Armada member Tom Findlay to be rather good - or at least sonically attractive with good grooves and quality musicianship. It is, of course, with the pair opting for a glossy, 80s-influenced synth sound, bubbly electronic grooves, sun-splashed Balearic pop intent and authentically executed nods to West Coast electrofunk and nu-disco pioneers Metro Area. Our picks of a very strong bunch include the synth-fired blue-eyed soul of 'Slow Dance', the sunset-ready gorgeousness of 'Flowers', the low-slung, late-night AM radio vibes of 'It's Only Rain' and the Morgan Geist-esque 'NY Disco (Smile)'.
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PPUSOK 1 (12")
Cat: PPUSOK 1. Rel: 22 Apr 22
Doudou Bourbon (6:12)
Extra SZ (5:31)
Spleen Boy (3:36)
Dance Or Die (5:10)
Spread Love (4:39)
Review: American label Peoples Potential Unlimited has cared out its own superb niche in the world of heart aching, lo-fi funk. But here a new catalogue number seems to suggest a new series. It kicks off with French collective Spaced Out Krew and their timeless, boogie driven disco funk. The music was written during 2020 by Spleen3000 and Marius Cyrilou of Ceeofunk and right from the first note of 'Doudou Bourbon' it is pure class. There are starry-eyed melodies, rasping basslines and curious vocals that all add up to a nice cosmic disco sound.
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Sky Dump EP
Cat: ROGUE 015. Rel: 31 Jul 19
Sky Dump (4:36)
Massive Birth (4:50)
Taylorpo (Warehouse Preservation Society remix) (5:23)
Massive Birth (Mind Fair remix) (5:43)
Review: Coolly stepping out like a white-suited player on a Miami club strip, the high expectations set by any mention of Italian disco pioneer Daniele Baldelli are easily matched by the opener and title number. And things really only get better from there.
'Massive Birth' is an intelligent, freeform outing on a half-time, DJ Rocca's ever-tight drum programming clearly having some influence on the complex percussive patterns. On the flip, Mind Fair have their way with that original, turning it into a more grounded four-four workout if you listen beyond the top layer of rolls and snare crashes. For many, though, this one will be all about the Warehouse Preservation Society remix of 'Taylorpo', which puts Italo right back at the top of the disco agenda, sounding at once space age yet nostalgic, and unquestionably, unstoppably danceable.
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West & East Vol 2
Cat: FAUVEPWE 002. Rel: 30 May 22
Radial Gaze - "Focal Savor" (6:44)
Radial Gaze - "Focal Savor" (Que Sakamoto+NT remix) (7:24)
Que Sakamoto+NT - "Ninja Wa Sugoi" (6:09)
Que Sakamoto+NT - "Ninjya Wa Sugoi" (Radial Gaze remix) (7:30)
Review: Saint-Petersburg based duo Andrey Redkov and Stas Redkov have been hugely prolific since first pairing up in 2019. They have already served up seven EPs and now arrive on Fauve with another new one. It is a second volume of their West & East series and kick off with the jittery analogue grooves and post-disco wonkiness of 'Focal Savor' which is a writhing mass of detuned synths and chattery percussion. Que Sakamoto+NT's remix is a little more smooth and groove based but still sounds unhinged. The same outfit then serve up an original, 'Ninja Wa Sugoi', which is all tense and drawn out electronics that become more techno at the hands of the Radial Gaze remix.
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Welcome To The Jungle
Cat: SNDW 12043. Rel: 25 Mar 22
Heavy Metal Emoji (6:41)
Svensson High Life (5:28)
LUSH (A Trip In Three Parts) (9:04)
Sweden Eksotika (6:22)
Lord Of The Floor (7:41)
Skogen (3:03)
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Heavenly Remixes 1 & 2
Heavenly Remixes 1 & 2 (unmixed 2xCD)
Cat: HVNLP 188CD. Rel: 10 Dec 21
Saint Etienne - "Cool Kids Of Death" (Underworld mix)
Unloved - "Why Not" (Gwenno remix)
Nots - "Reactor" (Mikey Young remix)
Mildlife - "Automatic" (Jono Ma Ascend mix)
Espiritu - "Los Americanos" (Mother mix)
Confidence Man - "Out The Window" (Greg & Che Wilson mix)
Mattiel - "Guns Of Brixton" (Al Breadwinner Rub-a-dub Style part 2)
Baxter Dury - "Miami" (Parrot & Cocker Too mix)
Jimi Goodwin - "Terracotta Warrior" (Andy Votel Spazio 1975 De-mix)
Working Men's Club - "X" (Minsky Rock remix)
Moonflowers - "Get Higher" (Get dubber mix)
Raf Rundell - "Monsterpiece" (Harvey Sutherland remix)
Cherry Ghost - "Finally" (Time & Space Machine edit)
Halo Maud - "Des Bras" (Andy Votel remix)
Boy Azooga - "Face Behind Her Cigarette" (Mikey Young remix)
Doves - "Jetstream" (Lindstrom remix)
The Orielles - "It Makes You Forget (Itgehane)" (Dicky Trisco & Pete Herbert remix)
Katy J Pearson - "Take Back The Radio" (Flying Mojito Bros Refrito dub)
Confidence Man - "First Class Bitch" (Raf Rundell party Nails remix)
Audiobooks - "Friends In The Bubble Bath" (Gabe Gurnsey Gamma Ray remix)
Gwenno - "Chwyldro" (R Seiliog remix)
Working Men's Club - "Valleys" (Graham Massey Acid mix)
Saint Etienne - "Filthy" (Monkey Mafia mix)
Night Beats - "Sunday Mourning" (Jono Ma remix)
M Craft - "Chemical Trails" (Beyond The Wizards Sleeve Re-animation)
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Black Truffle Edits
Black Truffle Edits (limited 12")
Cat: GAMM 167. Rel: 06 Feb 23
Autumn Of Love (6:31)
Integration (4:52)
Superqueen (5:50)
Zore Moya Vechirnaya (5:31)
Review: GAMM presents the debut of enigmatic producer Black Truffle, with an EP of underground Euro disco / boogie, high energy disco-jazz and leftfield Euro folk-funk-jazz. On the first side, get swept away by the breezy and lo-slung funk of 'Autumn Of Love' followed by the late night boogie-down vibe of 'Integration'. Over on the flip, 'Superqueen' is your go-to dancefloor heater to play at the peak of the evening, and finally there's the sensual slo-mo vocal number 'Zore Moya Vechirnaya' which is the perfect closing track for later on.
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P'ti Sega EP
Cat: PVS 013VL. Rel: 11 Jan 21
Sulette (4:56)
Disco Sega (4:13)
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Contemporhythms (Part 2)
Cat: SSMXCD 9B. Rel: 08 Apr 03
Deep House
Contemporhythms (part 2)
Review: Seminal 2002 mix CD from Theo Parrish featuring tracks from DJ Spinna, Tony Allen & Afrobeat 2000, Larry Heard, Patrice Rushen, Oscar Sulley and more.
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1982 (limited black smoked vinyl LP)
Cat: LSTUMM 480. Rel: 30 Mar 23
Same (2:54)
Waiting On A Train (3:36)
1982 (3:29)
A Trip In Hulme (4:10)
Tombo In M3 (4:47)
Constant Curve (3:44)
Afro Dizzy (3:42)
Holy Smoke (4:04)
Tier 3 (3:22)
Ballad Of Acr (3:57)
Review: ACR have returned to post-punk-electronica megalabel Mute for a new 'partnership', ensuring that the entirety of their catalogue gets reissued. That being said, the unlike-anything-else-ever-heard-before band are also looking to the future, not shying away from releasing new LPs. Don't get confused; the LP '1982' was not made in 1982, it was made in the last few years, and will be released in 2023. Says it all really. Were the 80s simply better? We don't know, but perhaps a deep-dive into the album's themes can provide an implicit answer. Macuncian rapper Chunky appears throughout the moody industri-funk ensemble's new reverie, giving a present-day voice to a haunting spectre. Overall, though, you've got instrumental styles from Afrobeat, jazz, cosmic, disco, and of course, industrial post-punk, coalescing into a certain ration of wild, wild music - perfect for austere times ahead.
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Callin' Me
Callin' Me (hand-stamped 7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: FWM 707. Rel: 31 Aug 22
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
Callin Me (feat Voyce Lashae) (5:44)
Heels On (4:54)
Review: Although they've collaborated a lot over the last decade, the two tracks on this seven-inch single date back to Stefan Ringer and Chris Irvin's first joint studio session. Remarkably given their friendship and long working relationship, it's also the pair's first collaborative release. A-side 'Callin' Me', which features vocals written and performed by Voyce Lashae (real name Alicia Leshik) is particularly potent - a squelchy, deep, soulful and off-kilter chunk of broken beat/souful electrofunk fusion rich in jazz-funk synth sounds, undulating electronic bass and crunchy machine percussion. The pair's jazz-funk and P-funk influences are even more evident on flipside 'Heels On', a similarly soulful, house-style number that sits somewhere between Kaidi Tatham and Prince.

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Is It Going To Get Any Deeper Than This?
Is It Going To Get Any Deeper Than This? (limited gatefold crystal clear vinyl 2xLP (indie exclusive))
Cat: THRILL 573LPX. Rel: 20 Oct 22
Deep House
Deeper (11:10)
La Joie Devant La Mort (3:20)
Wanna Know (4:40)
Trocadero (6:25)
Moodswing (9:05)
Sunwash (12:55)
Joybreath (5:05)
Deeper Than This? (4:34)
Toot Sweet (5:06)
Now That It's All Over (6:01)
Review: Esteemed American IDM producer Drew Daniel is back with a new album under his The Soft Pink Truth alias titled Is It Going To Get Any Deeper Than This? Of the title, Daniel explained it's an actual question proposed to him which has become a mantra of sorts, with the album created as a way to imagine possible musical responses to her question. Created during Covid lockdowns, Daniel recruited a virtual disco band from friends across the world and traversing many genres such as disco, minimalism, ambient, shoegaze and jazz, then pieced together in his Baltimore studio. Guests include Turkish arranger Ulas Kurugullu, Jamie Stewart of Xiu Xu, Jenn Wasner (Wye Oak, Flock of Dimes), Brooklyn techno artist Rose E Kross and Daniel Clark.
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Come Inside
Cat: PPU 099. Rel: 01 Oct 21
Come Inside (4:06)
Come Inside (Bassapella) (4:07)
Come Inside (instrumental extended Fantasy World mix) (8:09)
Review: Peoples Potential Unlimited hits a rather noteworthy 99th EP with this new and debut single from King Pari. The now LA based foursome make lush bedroom sounds with all the usual proudly analogue production, frayed edges and lo-fi beats you'd expect from PPU. 'Come Inside' was written remotely and "is a reaction to some people's inability to make choices." It has an aching vocal hook front and centre, neat guitar sounds, an 808 knock off and Micro Korg action all adding the finer details. The Bassapella does what it says on the tin and an extended Fantasy World mix heads off into new territory.
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Soul Makossa
Cat: IM 603. Rel: 19 Feb 24
Loose Joints - "Is It All Over My Face" (11:39)
Manu Dibango - "Soul Makossa" (6:29)
Review: 'Is It All Over My Face' by Loose Joints is a true timeless dance anthem that embodies the spirit of disco. Released in 1980, the track is a fusion of funky basslines, infectious rhythms, and provocative lyrics that became closely associated with some of the best clubs and DJs in the world. Its infectious groove and irresistible energy have made it a staple in sets and dancefloors ever since with its euphoric vibe and catchy hooks impossible to ignore. Flip it over and you will get the Afro vibes of Manu Dibango's equally superb 'Soul Makossa.'
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DB12 015
DB12 015 (12")
Cat: DB12 015. Rel: 11 Sep 23
Karambolage (6:41)
Six Times Seven (8:09)
Ou Ka Jis Fe Kole (7:17)
Nzimbab (8:33)
Review: The Duca Bianco label swerves its usual various artists' format to allow CW - who has appeared on those before - to step up with his own solo EP. He is a mysterious artist but is well known for his immersive record collection and legendary sets on the London scene. He is one-third of the Beauty & The Beat party and brings his unique twists of Afro and soul to this quartet of tunes. 'Karambolage' opens up with lots of big horns and noodling string sounds over a ramshackle beat then things take a cosmic turn on the rather more psychedelic 'Six Times Seven' with its Nippon-koku polyriddims, while 'Ou Ka Jis Fe Kole' is a party starter with a Zouk dub edge and 'Nzimbab' is built on a low slung and swaggering rhythm.

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DJ Tranquilos
DJ Tranquilos (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: POPPERS 03. Rel: 26 Apr 22
Dancer (5:25)
No Luck (4:55)
G Drum (5:27)
Toilets Grand Prix (DJ Tool) (1:54)
Played by: Luke Solomon
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Dig & Edit
Dig & Edit (2xLP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 269. Rel: 07 Jun 21
Aneugalam (6:26)
Capricorn (4:43)
Communication Satellite (5:44)
Gothenergy (6:56)
Unfaithful (6:19)
Transaction (6:11)
Electronic University (6:31)
Transaction (6:29)
Open Up (Slow version) (7:51)
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Don't Ask Me Why
Don't Ask Me Why (limited clear vinyl 12")
Cat: LANR 013. Rel: 31 May 22
Don't Ask Me Why (5:57)
Love Supreme (4:47)
Suspance (1:51)
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RDY #47
RDY #47 (12")
Cat: RDY #47. Rel: 03 Feb 23
Arpadys - "Monkey Star" (6:29)
The Zebras - "Paradise Garage" (6:47)
Impedance - "Tainted Love" (5:46)
Domina - "Domina" (5:50)
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It All Comes Down To This
It All Comes Down To This (limited translucent neon pink vinyl LP)
Cat: LSTUMM 492. Rel: 18 Apr 24
All Comes Down To This (2:32)
Keep It Real (2:46)
We All Need (5:04)
Surfer Ticket (3:20)
Bitten By A Lizard (4:20)
God Knows (3:50)
Out From Under (3:27)
Estate Kings (4:13)
Where You Coming From (3:34)
Dorothy Says (3:24)
Review: It All Comes Down to This is the album latest release from Manchester icons A Certain Ratio, and it's a record that is helmed by producer Dan Carey from Speedy Wunderground. Somewhat returning to their origins, the record presents ten concise tracks with a hint of the group's signature electronic flair. Notably, it's the first recording featuring the core trio of Jez Kerr, Martin Moscrop, and Donald Johnson, without any additional collaborators. From their celebrated 1982 album and right up to their dynamic last EP in 2023, this album shows the band's still evolving and still committed to new musical advancements. A testament to their enduring legacy, It All Comes Down to This solidifies A Certain Ratio's place among Manchester's finest.
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America Dream Reserve (2023 Edition)
America Dream Reserve (2023 Edition) (2xLP in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: SC 102023. Rel: 22 Jun 23
Micksun - "Pagliocca (Sad Clown)" (3:51)
Dunn - "Vision" (5:13)
Stan Barber - "I Saw The Light In Your Eyes" (2:25)
Bill Welsh - "So Very Long" (4:09)
Laura Michele - "You Always Hurt The One You Love" (5:35)
Perry Lisa - "Eye Of The Tiger" (3:21)
Marv & Dee - "Taking A Chance On Love" (3:06)
Mark Suzann Farmer - "Waiting For The Dawn" (3:57)
Victoria - "Bop Solo" (4:35)
Stu Cisco - "Night Out" (2:44)
FX - "Things Are Not What They Seem" (3:00)
Harley Toberman - "Thoughts In Time" (3:33)
Don Armstrong & Victoria Garvey - "Japanese Clouds" (3:01)
Dunn - "Believe" (3:39)
David Marr - "This Time" (3:22)
Ed & Pat Gibson - "Ode To Bill-Joe Tucker" (4:24)
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You! (2xLP)
Cat: ATN 060. Rel: 19 Sep 23
Stamps (3:40)
Eretz Acheret (4:26)
Heaven (5:49)
Kol She Chalamt (4:42)
Kol Hayom (feat Keren Ilan) (4:42)
Take Me Away In Your Dreams (5:12)
Telefon (3:31)
En Atid (feat Eyal Talmudi) (3:38)
No More High Words (3:54)
Love To Puff You Baby (feat $hkuro) (3:47)
Jealousy (4:40)
Lost In The Lonely Planet (4:14)
Bonding (feat Eden Atiya) (4:36)
Madness (3:25)
Retrospective (2:38)
You (4:52)
Review: Alek Lee builds on his long-standing relationship with Antinote by finally coming through with his debut album, You. As one of the most respected DJs operating in Tel Aviv, not to mention playing in bands like Shame On Us and Project Runaway, he's built up a reputation for expansive music knowledge and an instinct for the obscure, which makes him fit in perfectly amongst the Antinote crew. There's a washed-out, surf reverb mood to the likes of 'Eretz Acheret', and his laconic vocal delivery gets embellished by guest spots from the likes of Keren Ilan and Eyal Talmudi. For Balearic sun seekers and reflective road trippers, this is an album rich in feeling to burrow its way into your heart for a lifetime.
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Played by: Manu Archeo
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