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There's always a sense of reverent elation around a new drop from Theo Parrish, and he's not disappointing on this latest joint. Reports suggest this is the precursor to a new album, and there's a classic feel to this track that hints at very exciting times ahead. Parrish's sparks shine oh-so bright when he's sparring with the right vocalist, and Maurissa Rose seems to be giving him the right inspiration on "This Is For You". He's created the kind of understated soul statement that inhabits some of his most treasured albums, using a raw and simple drum machine backing to achingly beautiful key refrains that melt around Rose's voice on the vocal A side, and give rise to a sublime instrumental version on the flip.
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In recent years Fred Peterkin has been focusing on releasing music under his now more familiar Fred P alias rather than the Black Jazz Consortium pseudonym with which he first made his mark back in the late 2000s. Here he dons the latter alias once more for a triple-vinyl album that counts amongst his most alluring, evocative, musically intricate and ear-pleasing full-length excursions to date. It's largely a warm, positive and calming affair, with Peterkin wrapping glistening jazz guitars, dreamy chords, spacey effects, scat vocals and jazz-funk basslines around grooves that variously touch on broken beat, Motor City deep house, Latin house and the kind of languid, organic rhythms more associated with the productions of Osunlade and Ron Trent. In a word: sumptuous.
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The Advent - Shadows
LP
$19.34
The Advent were hard techno pioneers who headlined huge shows in the nineties. Now, that is a sound that is very much en vogue: enter a new album on Rotterdam label Mord from the one remaining member, Cisco. "Shadows" wastes no time in smashing you over the head with powerful drum programming, linear percussion and underlapping bass. That is basically the template for all eight tracks, with subtle tweaks and variations along the way that make it a workman like, but utterly essential, album of no frills, high thrills techno.
Shigeru Ishihara aka DJ Scotch Egg / Seefeel and Kiki Hitomi, ex-King Midas Sound, come together as WaqWaq Kingdom for this fascinating new album on Phantom Limb. They describe it as "minyo footwork" and it skilfully blends traditional Japanese sounds with contemporary electronic styles from techno to dancehall to afro to experimental. If that sounds like a wild collision of worlds, then it is: flailing percussion patterns get you loose amongst tribal chants, double time drums swagger under water synths and jungle dub takes you deep into a mystic forest. Amazing.
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Alton Miller - Next Generation Vol 1
12"
$12.36
30 years have passed since Detroit's short-lived but enormously influential Music Institute club closed its doors. Alton Miller was one of the three men who founded the club, and here launches the "official label" with a trio of ear-catching cuts made in tribute. He opens with "Inner 5", a deliciously fluid, melodious and positive chunk of smile-inducing Motor City deep house, before layering spacey jazz-funk synthesizer sounds and starry chords atop another loose-limbed, machine-driven house groove. Arguably best of all, though, is deep and hypnotic flipside "Inner 8", whose sci-fi sounds and locked-in beats make it a near perfect hybrid of late night house grooves and stargazing techno intent.
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Julio Victoria - Astrolabe
12"
$11.02
One of the most influential figures in the South American scene, Colombian house stalwart Julio Victoria finally makes his bow on East London label Church with "Astrolabe". There is nothing hurried here, nothing designed to make a big splash, instead the three tracks on offer here send out little but endless ripples that keep you mesmerised from start to finish. The title track is Smallville styled cuddly house, "Evasion" is a little more humid and steamy, like a late night wander in the jungle, then "Tres" shows off smeared cosmic pad work paired with a perfectly dreamy and meandering bassline. Confident stuff.
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Versalife is of course the more electro leaning alias of prolific Dutchman Boris Bunik. He is a man who can very much speak through his machines and always imbues his tracks with effortless dynamism and real sonic cinematics. Opener "Equation Of Motion" is emotive electronic soundscaping at its best, with minor chord majesty and crisp electro drums powering the ride through the cosmos. "Mangler" twists synths through various filters and chunks out electro funk of the highest order at the other side, while "MKS142" is a high velocity wig out. The EP closes on Drexcyian styled electro with "The Pulse."
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Tbz - BX
LP
$11.29
It's been a little over a year since TBZ emerged with an album on Dutch label Brew, but still little is known about the artist behind the music, beyond the fact that they specialise in "raw cassette outtakes". Now they're back with nine more endearing cuts of fascinating machine music. There are elements of dub, electro, boogie, cold wave and industrialism along the way, but each of these tracks sounds utterly fresh and new. Check the lo-fi swagger of "Track 5," the curious emptiness of "Track 7" and the alien funk of "Track 9" - all brilliantly weird and wonderful, warm and atmospheric and will have you desperate to know more about your new favourite artist.
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