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Lisbon's Groovement label returns to its Organic Series once again, taking a trip across outernational plains with the delectable touch of Kaoru Inoue under his Chari Chari alias. From the sitar lilting on "Meandering River" to the pattering chimes of 'PEsta Malam', this is an album brimming with real-world beauty even as it glides through synthetically sculpted spaces. Inoue's touch is patient and poised, but it's certainly no background environmental music. Powered by purposeful percussion and offering a spectrum of moods for your contemplation and delectation, Suburban Ethnology Vol 1 is a beautifully rendered EP once again affirming Inoue's spellbinding craft as a multifaceted artist.
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Markus Guentner returns with his signature expansive ambient world-building, and the third concept album on A Strangely Isolated Place, titled Extropy. Extropy marks the final chapter in an accidental triptych of Astronomy-related exploratory albums on A Strangely Isolated Place. From the creation of the Earth and the Moon in his debut album on ASIP, Theia; to the relationship the Earth holds with the greater Galaxy in the follow-up album, Empire (2018). To now, Extropy, and the indefinite growth of the life we hold so dearly.
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Aux Men - Live DEMF 2002 (warehouse find)
CD
$9.18
Here's something special we've dug out of the warehouse. When you're in Detroit and royalty like Eddie Fowlkes and DJ Bone are on hand to deliver the intro, you know the live set is going to be special. Motor City electro pioneers Aux 88 delivered a show-stopping set to close out the DEMF 2002 festival, with a bolstered line-up including Reel By Real's Marty Bonds. There were classics strewn throughout, mapping out the ingredients that went into Detroit techno and electro from 'Planet Rock' and 'Moments In Love' to 'Cosmic Cars', 'Alleys Of Your Mind' and 'Pack Jam'. It's a true 'you had to be there' moment, captured faithfully on this limited CD which is sure to fly out quicker than you can say "Dee-troit".
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Frankie Beverly's Raw Soul - What Color?
7"
$16.65
Before making it big with Maze, Frankie Beverly was the man behind Raw Soul, a heavyweight, politically conscious band whose fuzzy, full-throttle sound sat somewhere between the J.B's and Sly & The Family Stone. The band's most famous moment was 1975 single 'Color Blind', which was originally recorded as 'What's The Color?' Here that never-before-heard recording is finally issued. Rich in fuzz-soaked horns, crunchy drum-breaks, weighty bass and clipped funk guitar licks, the track features some superb, James Brown style lead vocals from Beverly. Brilliantly, there's also a chance to savour the unheard Raw Soul instrumental version, which features an extended, DJ-friendly drum solo midway through. A slice of history that's well worth picking up.
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Surprise Chef - Masters At Work & Harvery Sutherland Remixes
12"
$12.35
Here's a pleasant surprise: a fresh set of remixes of killer cuts from the back catalogue of Melbourne-based band Surprise Chef, whose hard-to-pigeonhole take on cinematic soul contains numerous nods to classic jazz-funk and Brit-funk jams. Masters at Work give their take on 'Crayfish Caper', first joining the dots between Afro-beat, jazz-funk and West London style bruk on the 'Nuyorican Broken' mix, before delivering two house-style revisions - the squelchy, synth-bass-propelled 'Masters at Work Mix' and the tougher, more percussive 'MAW Dub'. The EP's other interpretations come from Harvey Sutherland, whose 'Weird Flex 12" and 'Weird Flex' revisions of 'New Ferrari' add the band's jazz-funk instrumentation and spacey synths to a warming, off-kilter deep house groove.
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The Beeyou Crew - The Colony EP
12"
$12.62
All 4 tracks coming from a mystery selection of The Beeyou Crew, Can you guess who? the seventh instalment in the label brings together the fledging hive of bees for an EP full of colaborations. The A side kicks off the EP with the bouncy beats of Bubbling Crew before coming back for more and double dropping with Drop The Bass on the A2 which is enough to slap the wig off your head. When you flip over to the B the honey keeps dripping with the rolling grooves of No White Lines before rounding off the EP with the driving and slightly spooky We Need To Have A Think
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The Men From Atlantis - Lost In Atlantis EP
12"
$11.48
It has been just 25 years since The Men From Atlantis released their last EP XXX. The Partout lab has pulled out some previously unreleased tracks from the legendary outfit's vaults and offer them up here for your own cosmic delectation. 'Godloop' kicks off with high kicks and bass powering along a slinky hi hat line while gurgling leads ride up and down the mix. 'Lost In Atlantis' is packed with suspense and tension as the synths dart about the mix over leggy drums. 'Control Freak' then cuts more loose with a fatter bassline and spraying chords then 'Hedonism' goes deep and dark with a more mysterious feel. It's all classic tackle.
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