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This Juno Exclusive finds Linda Lyndell serve up her own majestic cover of the classic "What A Man." Her vocal is smooth and buttery but also laden with gravitas, while the sweeping horns and jazzy keys all around her help to lift the spirits. On the flip is an ice cold slice of funk from Billy Hawks in the form of his "(O Baby) I Do Believe I'm Losing You". It's raw soul that glides at high speed with plenty of hip swinging claps. This is a much sought after reissue that will shift quick, so make sure you do too.
Sadly, there was no Love International festival this year, but the team behind it have given us the next best thing: a new volume in their superb "The Sound of Love International" compilation series from friend-of-the-family and beach stage mainstay Shanti Celeste. After opening with a typically spacey and dreamy new collaboration with her friend Saoirse - the intergalactic techno haziness of "Solid Mass", the Peach Discs co-founder treats us to a heady mixture of chunky, sunrise-ready breaks (Persian), drowsy ambient dub (Seekers International), deep space house and techno (EBE, Gideon Jackson, Carl Lekebusch), Barbarella's-ready peak-time fare (Perpetual, Paco Pack), angular late night dancefloor sleaze (Mark Seven) and weightless ambient bliss (Pauline Anna Stom).
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Shifted - Hard Matter
12"
$11.95
Ever-stylish techno mainstay Shifted serves up more of his exquisitely designed loops on the Avian label. "Hard Matter" is a fizzing wall of grainy white noise with a pulsing synth running through the centre and hulking great kick drums down below. It's deceptively simple, but surly will be hugely effective at entrancing all who hear it on a loud system. "Form A Circle" is then a necessary and beautiful ambient reprise before the humid techno tunneller "Warm Currents" rocks back and forth on its kicks as increasingly edgy and paranoid pads rise up through the mix. Masterful minimalism once more.
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The wonderfully named Django the Bastard is behind the production on this retro-future package from Dorothy's Fortress on Burning Witches. It's a real melting pot of sounds from electro to Italo, synth to lo-fi. It's sleazy yet dazzling, dark but uplifting and was first put out more than 10 years ago and hammered by The Chemical Brothers. The flip is a fat bit of analogue grooving with trippy arps and frazzled bass. This group has had underground cult status for a while but are now back making new beats, and we're certainly pleased about that.
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Moscoman - Time Slips Away
LP
$21.74
Moscoman is a musical world unto himself. He's turned out a riveting and wide ranging mix of killer dance floor singles in the last few year, but always with a sense of oddness and outside influence. Part fo that comes from his Israeli heritage, part from his back ground in rock, and part from a desire to aways evolve. His second full length is another marked shift in sound, with synth pop looming large over many tracks. A well curated selection of guests helps add vocal layers to an album that is, as the artist himself says, "happy sad" as it goes from breezy ditties to intoxicating percussion tracks via psyched out Middle Eastern disco.
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Ronn Colbert / Ronn & Selah - Just One Kiss Away
7"
$13.04
Stand by for the much anticipated follow up to the unreleased Ronn Colbert 7" on this label earlier in the year. "Just One Kiss Away" is an ultra rare soul stepper from 1981. It finds Ronn and Selah Colbert go up against one another, and both serve up super sultry, seductive vocals that tease and please. Add in steamy chords and soaring strings and you have one helluva smoocher. "Tell Me What I Wanna Hear" is another romantic to and fro between the pair, with a little more tension and build in the rhythm edition that adds an extra element of spice. Both are sure to become re-found classics.
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Ike Turner / The Kings Of Rhythm - Getting Nasty
7"
$21.74
A Black Man's Soul is an instrumental album by Ike Turner & the Kings of Rhythm from 1969. Turner wrote the songs with a host of other musicians and it showed off a side to him that hadn't been heard before. It was packed with traditional and simple funk that was as raw and lo-fi as you like, and one of the bigger tracks from it was "Getting Nasty" which has been synced to a number of films and adverts over the years. It's an authentic cut that bristles with gauzy textures and realness. On the flip, "Getting Nasty" (Conomark & Hong Kong edit) is more playful and funky.
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Ultramagnetic Mc's - Traveling At The Speed Of Thought (reissue)
7"
$14.68
This is the second reissue of godlier standard early rap and hip hop work from The Ultramagnetic MCs that is out this month. "Traveling At The Speed Of Thought" comes from their debut Critical Beatdown album in 1989 and is a real hard hitting tune stuffed with all sorts of punchy breaks that are easily recognisable and have since been heavily sampled by the likes of The Beastie Boys. The Ultramagnetic MC's were pioneers of hip hop in the late '80s and this shows why with its confident lyrical flow, big beats and brash vibes. Mr Bongo, of course, always do it right and that's the truth again here with this vital 7".
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