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Little RockerBackatcha
Popsicles by Little Rocker, originally released in 1983 and now reissued in 2024, offers a delightful glimpse into the funk and disco sounds of its era. The A-side, 'Little Rocker' ,captivates with its spacey, sexy vibe, drawing listeners into its groove with infectious rhythms and irresistible melodies. The track exudes a sense of coolness and confidence, making it a standout piece for funk and disco enthusiasts. On the B-side, 'These Are The Good Times' continues the infectious energy with its upbeat tempo and funky instrumentation. It's a feelgood anthem that celebrates life and joy, inviting listeners to let loose and dance along to its infectious rhythm.
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MahalNinja Tune
Melbourne-based trio Glass Beams share their debut record Mahal, the highly anticipated album to follow 2021's incipient 'Mirage' EP. Fronted by founding member Rajan Silva, the Glass Beams project revolves around the central theme of fatherly childhood memories, bestowed unto Silva by way of a cultural inheritance reflective of both Melbourne and India. After Silva attended the legendary Royal Albert Hall concert by George Harrison in collaboration with Ravi Shankar, he was away; nothing was the same, as a cascade of South Asian psychedelia and desert funk spewed forth; added to which, Mahal is the most recent piece of invaluable flotsam.
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Diamond Dogs (50th Anniversary Edition)Parlophone
Of the legendary shows performed by Pink Floyd over their lengthy career, their gig at Finsbury Park's Rainbow theatre on February 19, 1972 must be one up there with the most celebrated. The band's three hour-plus set contained a performance of the yet-to-be-released classic Dark Side of The Moon album in its entirety, catching fans unaware and marking their transition from psychedelic mavericks to generation-sounding stadium monsters in dramatic fashion. It's that section from the set list that's captured on this live recording, and while you will know the songs - from the plaintive 'Us & Them' to the ejaculatory release of 'Great Gig In The Sky' - these renditions will surely reinvigorate and re-ignite every Floyd's fan's love for them.
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K Lone - Catching Wild Part 1
Catching Wild Part 1Aus Music
If you've kept up with K-Lone in any capacity, you've probably clocked his affinity for minimal beyond the bassier tones he came up with and the delicate melodics he often deals in. This release on Aus Music confirms what we all suspected in no uncertain terms, carrying a hint of his garage tendencies but applying them to sleek, bumping micro house styles as classy as they are crafty. 'Wait 4 U' is pure stripped-down pleasure, warm and inviting with the sparsest of elements, while 'What I Want' tilts into dubbier territory, but why pick favourites? This EP is loaded with gold from start to finish.
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Energy 52 - Cafe Del Mar
Cafe Del MarSuperstition Germany
This one is truly the gift that keeps on giving. Energy 52's 'Cafe Del Mar' has been an Ibiza classic ever since it first dropped. And that is because it perfectly embodies the energy of the island when the sun begins to set. Right now, trance is also as popular as ever which means it is even more on point, which is no doubt why it has been remixed for the zillionth time. This time it is Orbital and Michael Mayer who add their own spin to its uplifting drums and teary-eyed synth sequences. Both are sympathetic to the original which was always going to be a fine move.
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Ettika - Ettika: Originals
Ettika: OriginalsArcheo Recordings Italy
Archeo Recordings present the best works of Ettika, who way back when laid down an interesting fusion of Italo, new beat, Arabic funk and Balearic hip-hop for a synthetic, sample-heavy chanters. Really, it's quite difficult to nail this one in words. Resurfacing after it was found in an online mix known as the 'Balearic nightmare', original copies of the record soon found itself being snapped up again; now it hears a thorough reissuing, owing to a demand that hasn't tapered since. With versions in French and Arabic respectively, it's clear that this plodding Balearic emoter more than deserves its place as a hidden classic.
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Bodega Bohemia (30th Anniversary Edition)Bureau B Germany
Second time around for German new-wave and wayward synth-pop outfit Camouflage's 1993 album Bodega Bohemia - a set that was initially only released in Germany due to conflict with the band's record label. It saw them pivot away from the sound of their previous album and back towards synthesisers and drum machines, with the trio reportedly wanting to make it "as electronic as possible". There are hints of mid-80s goth and New Romantic, though the influence of the turn-of-the-90s indie-dance sound made famous by the likes of the Stone Roses and New Order is much greater. This anniversary edition also boasts two additional discs: one (CD2) showcasing radio edits, B-sides and remixes from the period, and another (CD3) comprising demos, live recordings and unheard instrumental takes.
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Richard Chartier - On Leaving
On LeavingTouch
Los Angeles-based sound designer, experimental musician and ambient explorer Richard Chartier - considered by some to be one of the world's leading exponents of "minimalist sound art" - recorded much of On Leaving, his 24th solo set, while his friend and fellow sound artist Steve Roden was dying. The album is naturally dedicated to him, and its hazy thickset collages of reprocessed found sound, ghostly tones and melancholic, slowly shifting ambient textures are for the most part poignant - a kind of audio translation of slipping in and out of consciousness while fading away. It's an arresting listen, best enjoyed with a good pair of headphones, full of impeccable sonic details and the creeping darkness of approaching grief.
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