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Singles
Who Are You? (limited 7" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: ST 45002. Rel: 05 Oct 15
Soul
  1. Who Are You? (4:53)
  2. I Wanna Take A Chance With You (4:18)
Review: More recently spotted with The Georgia Soul Drifters or The Coasters, Early Clover's recording history can be traced back almost 40 years with this previously super-rare 45. With his soft-but-arresting tones, his yearning vocal style is comparable to Stevie Wonder, especially on the slow and dreamy Innervisions-esque "Who Are You?" Meanwhile on the B, "I Wanna Take A Chance With You" switches dreams for funk reality with a Kool & The Gang style feel-good throw down. Silky.
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  1. Kenny Smith - "Lord What's Happened To Your People" (2:51)
  2. Kenny Smith & The Loveliters - "Go For Your Self" (full) (4:49)
Review: Soul Street maestro's breakthrough release from 1971 gets a much needed spotlight from Counterpart... "Lord What's Happening To Your People" is gospel re-imagined as raw funk as Kenny calls out humanity's problems with the help of a full backing chorus and some very slick, dramatic orchestration. "Go For Yourself" takes us further back into Kenny's career to 1966. Leaner than the A-side but comes with the same elements -tight bandmanship, emphatic backing vocals, instant feel-good dynamics - and is also loaded with some exceptionally clean drum breaks. Go fun yourselves.
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Cat: WWRB 002. Rel: 02 Jan 19
Funk
  1. Madras Express (5:45)
  2. Stay-Pressed (3:13)
Review: Back in the autumn, Wack Wack Rhythm Band launched the WWRB label, in the process dropping their first single in six years. This speedy follow-up is similarly impressive. For us, it's all-about A-side "Madras Express", a speeding, funk-fuelled journey through meandering saxophone solos, punchy horn breaks, fast-fingered electric bass, spacey Moog motifs and all manner of layered additional percussion. That said, there's also much to admire about Hammond funk workout "Stay Pressed", where jammed out solos and lead lines come accompanied by sharp guitar riffs, Mod-era lead guitar solos and the kind of stomping beat that would excite even the most miserable of Northern Soul enthusiasts. It also contains an absolutely killer drum solo, which is something we at least can't get enough of.
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Line Weight (7" + MP3 download code)
Cat: GID 009. Rel: 22 May 19
Deep House
  1. Line Weight (5:28)
  2. Fanfare (5:25)
Review: Born and raised in Austin, TX, Chris McDowell, most well known for his other moniker Solar Shield, he has released 2 records via label and DJ Collective, Austin Boogie Crew. His first 45 release, "Reesis" sold out within a couple weeks and has been repressed multiple times. His second self-titled 12" record is on it's way to being out of print. His latest project Very Rich is a fun blend of techno and modern boogie. As a virtuoso who is well versed on almost any instrument McDowell utilizes live instrumentation & sequencers to give his sound a unique and organic feel. Sure to move a packed house in any club.
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Cat: SOB 45T01. Rel: 02 Feb 07
Indie
  1. Too Much Space
  2. Interlude (Tell Us)
Review: Hey Hey My My are all about the explosion of energy and the deceptive lightness of simple folk, as if to give more space to the words, which go right to the heart. In all cases, their love of catchy ballads always has the same devastating effect - a smile on our lips and a tune in our heads.
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Cat: OTS 113. Rel: 19 Jun 18
Soul
  1. Ambition Addiction (2:00)
  2. Welcome (2:22)
  3. Funky Overdose (1:34)
Review: Soul auteur Jonathan Diggs Duke returns to one of his older EPs for a timely reissue. Originally released in 2015, just after his critically acclaimed debut album on Giles Peterson's Brownswood, the three tracks catch Diggs at his most flighty and free-thinking; "Ambition Addiction" jumps and rolls like a tightly coiled jazz spring before hurling us into the deep harmonic soulful blue of "Welcome" and "Funky Overdose" lives up to its name with its off beat magic, tightly plucked guitar and staccato vocals. Addictive.
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Wazzup (7")
Cat: FCVSNDS 03. Rel: 10 Sep 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Wazzup (feat Jay Worthy) (3:18)
  2. Wazzup (Modern Funk dub version) (4:14)
Review: Southern California based Mo Funk has launched the new Cavi Sounds imprint. Originally released earlier in 2018, Christian St. James Cleveland aka Polyester The Saint's "Wazzup" was one of the standouts from his album last album entitled American Muscle 5.0. He is also known for his work in the projects HellagooD, and L.A.U.S.D. It was produced by label boss XL Middleton, who is bringing it to wax for the first time. Proper modern g-funk sounds in the true Los Angeles tradition, with a special Modern Funk Dub Version on the flip that is not available anywhere else.
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Qnitia (7")
Cat: RRZAMA 01. Rel: 04 Jun 18
Funk
  1. Qnitia (4:07)
  2. Makossa (3:03)
Review: Longstanding Osaka live troupe Amanita took the bold step into recorded original territory in 2016 with this exceptional 45 on Rustafe. Reissued for 2018, it's still as endearingly lofi and mesmerising as the five piece Afrobeat evangelists lay down two alluring pieces. "Qnitia" leans back on a hypnotising chord swing, sparse percussion and vibrant sax and subtle dubby echoes while "Makossa" takes a well known rim-shotting rhythm and cooks it up slow n' low for another smouldering summer.
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Final Flight (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: HR 7S100. Rel: 11 Dec 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Final Fight (2:58)
  2. Bowzer's Ballad (3:28)
Review: Thundercat's superb "Final Fight", a digital-only single earlier in the year, finally comes to vinyl. Sneakily, Brainfeeder only released it in Japan, hence the limited number of copies that have made it to Europe. It's worth the investment, though, because the song is one of the American's most endearing to date - a dewy-eyed chunk of eccentric, off-kilter soul where multi-tracked, blue-eyed soul style vocals, glistening jazz guitar arpeggios and fizzing synth sounds ride an aquatic, futuristic bassline. On the flip you'll find another previously digital-only release, "Bowzer's Ballad". This is an endearing, eight-bit tribute to former Nintendo boss Hiroshi Yamauchi. It was written in the weeks following his death, and features waves of electric piano and Game Boy soundtrack style synth solos.
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MDS 006 (hand-stamped 7" + insert limited to 200 copies)
Cat: MDS 006. Rel: 14 Feb 19
Drum And Bass
  1. 174 B7B5 (4:34)
  2. 154 Materials Stardust Memories (4:36)
Review: On the next record from Main Drain Studios, Chicago artist K-rAd brings two high-tempo cuts loaded with their distinct blend of bright, nimble production.

The A-side, "174_B7B5" is a total D&B tear-out. Thundering subs carry along waves of arpeggiated synths, while whimsical samples cut the tension of the winding breakbeat flurries.
On the flip side, horns fade in and out of "154_Materials Stardust Memories ", conjuring visions of a metropolis at dusk, with jazzy interludes telling tales while lean, skittering drums & warped bass lines pepper the road along the way.
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World (7")
Cat: ST45 01. Rel: 22 Mar 19
Soul
  1. World (5:27)
  2. Natural Feeling (4:33)
Review: If you've yet to investigate the Soul Tune Allstars fine debut album, "Introducing The Soul Tune Allstars", then this taster single should be essential listening. A-side "World" is an absolute treat; a rich, undulating, retro-futurist turnoff-the-80s style soul cut full of jammed-out Hammond organ licks, punchy horn lines and effortlessly soulful vocal courtesy of former reggae singer and Freddie Cruger collaborator Desmond Foster. The similarly soulful Anna Thiam handles vocal duties on flipside cut "Natural Feeling", a particularly sweet, sunny and laidback song that sits somewhere between classic soul, jazz-funk and more contemporary cuts.
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Split (hand-stamped numbered 7")
Cat: PE 009. Rel: 10 Jul 17
Industrial/Noise
  1. Nilbog - "Liverecording 02/11/16" (3:11)
  2. Mr Pena - "TMC (The Markt Chronicles)" (3:20)
Review: Lucerne based Prasens Editionen was founded in 2011 to give home to Zweikommasieben Magazin. Ever since, a bunch of magazines, books, zines, records, tapes and oddities have been published. After digging deep into their vast archive, they found two gems that are particularly striking: a live recording from a collaborative project (on Side A) in the form of the the textural industrial/noise journey by Nilbog entitled "Liverecording 02/11/16". On the flip Mr Pena's "TMC" (The Markt Chronicles) is a three minute gabba onslught. Mr. Pena lets loose, aiming at hardcore dancefloors while balancing between fight-or-flight terror and pacifying joy. Edition of 300.
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Broken Woman (coloured vinyl 7")
Cat: SIRVS 005LE. Rel: 25 Sep 18
Soul
  1. Broken Woman (3:23)
  2. Forgive, Live, Repeat (2:41)
Review: Raw Georgian soul from Ruby Velle and her ever ready Soulphonics: two of the most powerful songs from their recent sophomore album State Of All Things enjoy a little slice of 45 justice. Big full flavoured instrumentation, and an even bigger presence from Ruby herself, across the sides Ruby and co flex their full palette; "Broken Women" is so heavy and urgent it naturally carries a powerful and infectious rock feel while "Forgive, Live, Repeat" taps a little more into the early 70s with its extended organ blasts and more lyrical clarity from the provocative bandleader. Pay attention.
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Call Out My Name (white vinyl 7")
Cat: SIRVS 006. Rel: 04 Sep 18
Soul
  1. Call Out My Name (5:34)
  2. Love Less Blind (4:21)
Review: Atlanta troupe Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics treat us to two of the many highlights from their recent sophomore album State Of All Things. Delivered on a limited white 45, both cuts surge with the full spectrum soul they've been developing over the last 12 years. "Call Out My Name", the triumphant Valli-esque album finale is a thumping yet vastly emotional northern soul shakedown while "Love Less Blind" shows the band in a slightly woozier, dreamer state as the band's clam-tight horn section get given the spotlight shine.
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Sondirama (7" limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: OKRA 301. Rel: 24 Sep 18
International
  1. Sondirama (3:27)
  2. Crema Mental (3:47)
Review: It's a while since we heard from contemporary cumbia stars Frente Cumbiero, who found fame earlier in the decade with a string of singles and an album length dub revision of their work by British soundsystem hero Mad Professor. They kick of their first single in six years with "Sondirama", a jaunty and restless affair rich in rasping horn lines, mazy 1970s Moog synthesizer sounds, lilting Latin trumpet, incessant organ stabs and the band's omnipresent Colombian style beats. It's rather good, all told, as is the rather more eccentric B-side, "Crema Mental", which sees them pepper a dense, off-kilter tropical rhythm with tango style accordions, trip-inducing synthesizer solos and marching brass stabs.
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Cat: EM 6001. Rel: 12 Nov 18
Soul
  1. I'm So Happy (4:10)
  2. Love Me For All The Right Reasons (3:53)
Review: Two super rare takes on verified northern soul anthems from Tamla Motown singer/songwriting legend Brenda Holloway on Eight Mile: Her biggest track - a cover of Prince Philip Mitchell's "I'm So Happy" - is thrown down in true Tamla style with big orchestration and belting backing vocals while the highly sought after "Love Me For All The Right Reasons" digs deep in the heart with more of a contemporary soul touch. Heaven sent.
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Stud (7")
Cat: FFSL 002. Rel: 25 Sep 17
Funk
  1. She'll Take U Down (4:27)
  2. First Date (3:14)
Review: Mario Miranda aka Asterix Music hails from Carson, California and this is his debut, a banging little 7" by the name of Stud. Oh yes, super fitting, indeed! Out through Firehouse Sound Labs, the EP opens with the funky-ass boogie bass of "She'll Take U Down", a killer dance floor burner for the party vibes. On the B-side, "First Date" drops some heavy electro swings over sweet, seductive r&b vocals.
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Parallel Universe (blue vinyl 7" + MP3 download code limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SPH 7001. Rel: 31 Jan 18
Bass
  1. Parallel Universe (feat MC Sinnamon) (3:58)
  2. Wat That Thong (3:18)
Review: "Parallel Universe" is The Dude Of Stratosphear's debut single, featuring the Thai rapper MC Sinnamon. Real name Jerome Doudet, he is a Swiss/French artist and bass player based in Bangkok, Thailand. A DJ, vinyl collector, musician, graphic designer and East Asian music connoisseur, The Dude Of Stratosphear was groomed in the vibrant alternative scene of Geneva, Switzerland. He presents here an cosmic trip between the heat of Chennai's bazaars and Bangkok's chaotic streets. Said to be based on a rare Indian library sample, "Wat That Tong" features samples of Thailand molam queen Yenjit Porntavi, plus a modern dub beat and Indian percussion.
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Porky Pies (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: FP7 01. Rel: 25 Apr 18
Funk
  1. Porky Pies (4:11)
  2. The Cracker (4:26)
Review: London's The Getup release their seventh release, this time for Saskatoon's' Funky Pops Records. Hammond player Mark Ashfield first met up with established funk musicians Mark Claydon (drums) and Ian Stevens (bass) and that's when the band was born. The past few years have seen them establish themselves in the national funk scene, playing many of the top venues like The Jazz Cafe and The Yardbird in Birmingham. Now they add Lee Blackmore on guitar and horns by Tristan Gaudion and Alex Harris. The Getup's sound remains firmly in the British camp - indeed they seem to have developed their own unique style and have been compared by many to an early James Taylor Quartet.
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Tell Me (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: RP 001. Rel: 05 Oct 18
Jazz
  1. Tell Me (3:48)
  2. Here We Are (3:37)
Review: April Fulladosa grew up in Los Angeles, California. She begun writing songs at school when she was only 16 years old going onto write most of the tracks by 19 years of age for her sought after independent limited release 'Home Base' album from 1978. This single on new label imprint Reference Point showcases the talent of this lesser known artist who deserves to be heard by a brand new audience.
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Cat: BSNCVNL 001. Rel: 06 Dec 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. FWD & Back (4:03)
  2. FWD & Back (instrumental) (4:06)
Review: It was way back in 2008 when Dave Jones AKA Zed Bias joined forces in the studio with U.S hip-hop and house legend DJ Spinna and Manchester soul songstress Fyza. For one reason or another, the resultant track, "FWD & Back" was never released. Having recently rediscovered it on an old hard drive, Jones has decided to release it on Biasonic. The seven-inch contains both vocal and instrumental versions, with the former hitting home hardest thanks to Fyza's fine vocal, which reminded us a little of classic broken beat cuts by Bugz In The Attic and Neon Phusion. Musically, the backing track doffs a cap to those West London acts, too, as well as Jones' soul-fired bruk-up project for Hospital Records, Phuturistix.
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Move A Mountain (limited 7")
Cat: BB45 001. Rel: 04 Mar 19
Funk
  1. Move A Mountain (feat Louis Baker) (3:39)
  2. Bryan Munich Theme (3:42)
Review: After stuffing us with the sweet, sweet donuts for the last year, Boca 45 sets up a new b-boy mission with these two heavy party hitters. "Move A Mountain" is a real steam train of a jam with big 80s breaks and powerful vocals from Louis Baker hitting Joe Dukie levels. Flip for another floor tickler in the form of "Bryan Munich Theme". Packing a frazzled guitar-led 70s funk feel (with just a wee dash of classic 98 Bowser in the feels) we have no idea who Bryan is but we're glad he exists.
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Boula Niit Tognie (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: PWEP 56. Rel: 10 Apr 19
International
  1. Boula Niit Tognie (4:13)
  2. Boula Niit Tognie (Ryuhei The Man re-edit) (2:59)
Review: Nothing screams global music culture like a Senegalese-Japanese Afrobeat band, although listening to Afro Begue you would imagine all creative minds involved come from the mother continent. "Boula Niit Tognie" is a wonderfully expressive slice of Afrobeat in the finest tradition of the sound, all interwoven guitar twisting out complex but utterly natural sounding configurations, and a tumbling rhythm section you can happily float away to. Ryuhei The Man steps up for a re-edit on the flip that does a delicate job of beefing the track up for the club - the difference is subtle, but worthwhile, like a good re-edit should be.
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Cat: LS 047. Rel: 26 Oct 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Outnumbered (7" edit) (5:18)
  2. Syncopated City Revisited (7" edit) (5:21)
Review: To celebrate the tenth anniversary of 'Syncopated City', arguably the best London Elektricity album (if sadly not the best selling), Tony Colman has decided to give the album a light going over. He's called the reissue the "The Director's Cut". It's from that download-only set that these two "2018 versions" of classic album cuts are taken. Like much of the rest of the set, both brilliantly join the dots between Colman's fluid and musically rich take on drum and bass, modern soul and classic jazz. Both "Outnumbered" and the arguably slightly superior "Syncopated City Revisited" are duets of sorts, with guest female vocals sparring with Colman (who, somewhat surprisingly, is actually quite a good singer) over the superb backing of the talented London Elektricity live band.
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Swinging Flavors #7 (blue vinyl 7")
Cat: BMRSF 007. Rel: 11 Sep 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Damn Hot (4:31)
  2. Damn Hot (Danny Scrilla remix) (4:52)
Review: The seventh volume in Beat Machine's ongoing "Swinging Flavors" series of singles arrives on vibrant turquoise vinyl. This time round, it's a relatively new artist at the controls: Breaka, whose debut 12" on Holding Hands tickled our fancy earlier in the year. Happily, "Damn Hot" lives up to its title, brilliantly joining the dots between the snappy drum machine snares, cut up vocal samples and incessant hustle of Chicago Juke, the crunchy breakbeat since of old school jungle, and the futurist intent of contemporary drum and bass. It's really rather good, all told, with Danny Scrilla's flipside remix - a spacey fusion of intergalactic synthesizer melodies and ruffneck early '90s jungle tropes - also hitting the sweet spot.
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Cat: BMRSF 004. Rel: 11 Sep 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Strange Attractor (4:22)
  2. Strange Attractor (Sully remix) (4:47)
Review: With praise for his wonderfully leftfield but formidably floor-friendly "Ever Orbit" EP on Exit still ringing in his ears, Alex Godoy AKA Itoa pitches up on Italian imprint Beat Machine Records. Appearing on a 7" single - a rarity for a D&B release - "Strange Attractor" sees Godoy wrap indigenous Amazonian flute lines, madcap electronics, metallic percussion noises and creepy strings around a punchy, revivalist jungle rhythm. Long-serving bass-head Sully provides the flipside remix, stripping the cut back to the bare bones (think booming bass, sharply edited mid'90s jungle beats, and those haunting flute style melodies) with impressive results.
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Cat: CYC 3201. Rel: 10 May 17
Soul
  1. Shower Me With Love (Lord) (5:31)
  2. Shower Me With Love (Lord) (Promo mix) (4:18)
Review: Those who watch the X-Factor may remember Voices With Soul; the trio, which is made up of three female members of the Campbell family (Grace, Hilda and Corene) reached the last six of the TV talent competition back in the late noughties. Here, they're in full-on contemporary gospel mode, layering their impassioned, righteous vocals over a lushly produced, slow-burning backing track full of chiming synthesizer melodies, bustling synth bass and tumbling electronic sax solos. Arguably even better is the flipside "Promo Mix", which doffs a cap to classic British street soul - a homegrown 1980s variant that is constantly overlooked by dance music scholars - via tactile hip-hop beats and Soul II Soul style production.
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Cat: BC 99001. Rel: 10 Nov 16
Funk
  1. Feeling Glad (3:19)
  2. Down & Wired (2:43)
Review: Bay City claim that between the 60s and 70s, the music scene "was so fertile that the speed with which tastes changed left a colossal amount of incredible music to gather dust - perhaps most famously a profusion of funk, soul and rock." This resulted in many local bands who released their music independently without a label. The rather short lived, James Brown indebted Chain were one of those bands. These impressive two tracks feature hard drums, sharp horns, raw vocals, and supercool guitar licks. And a whole lot of soul, of course!
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Towards Fullfilment (7" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: BMM 025. Rel: 30 May 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Breezin' (feat Magic Malik) (5:25)
  2. Landing (feat Magic Malik) (3:05)
Review: Le Recette cooked up a delicious five dish feast earlier this year in the form of their "Towards Fulfilment" EP... And here are two sweet tasters on a limited 45 platter. Both cuts featuring Magic Malik, it's a broad tour across a very short amount of time: "Breezin" studied at the school of both Stevie Wonder and Amp Fiddler. Sleazy, jazzy soul in its silkiest form. "Landing" takes a more abstract twist on ballad craft as the vocals almost melt over the lolloping beats and hazy flutes. Precision timed for the summer...
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Cat: RA 71. Rel: 01 Nov 17
Techno
  1. Maiden Japan (4:07)
  2. The Gold Room (4:45)
Review: The third release from Juzer aka Chicago enfant terrible Beau Wanzer and Dan Jugle. The pair first appeared on Anthony Parasole's The Corner a couple of years ago and their sophomore effort appearing on Fort Lauderdale's Dog In The Night. Let's not forget Wanzer's previous flirtations with techno as Civil Duty (with Shawn O'Sullivan) and in NJB with Steve Summers and Bookworms. On the A side we have "Maiden Japan" which is good old fashioned electro-funk conjured from unmistakably all analogue sound sources: covered in a nice sheen of dust for added authenticity. On the flip, it's a different affair altogether with the peak time warehouse stomp of "The Gold Room" calling to mind the work of Dutch legend Steve Rachmad (aka Fix/Basic Bastard) from the late 90's and early noughties.This is the second release for the newly inaugurated R=A imprint - the first coming from Los Angeles' Fizzy Veins.
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Cat: BMM 032. Rel: 29 Jan 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Billy's Castle (4:32)
  2. The Pusher (3:58)
Review: M.A BEAT!'s Adrien Legay returns to Black Milk Music with his brand new project The Storm Watchers. Joined by Alexandre Weppe on Rhodes, Julen Moneret on double bass and Nicolas Gegout on tenor sax, their first forecast is a strong one; "Billy's Castle" is a bewitching, smoky brew of tension and soft release as the sax takes the lead of Legay's twinkling percussion. "The Pusher" has much more of an unpredictable narrative as we're hurled from horn hurricane to glistened keys and back again with a brilliant sense of pace. The storm's a-brewing and we suspect it's only going to get heavier...
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The One I Love (hand-numbered 7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: KFB 022. Rel: 08 Apr 14
Indie
  1. The One I Love
  2. Oh, Girl!
Review: Andrew Smith's debut single as Jungle Green comes drifting out of Pittsfield, MA like an unexpected radio station picked up on a stretch of highway. Instantly engaging, the 21 year old alternately croons and snarls through the two sides of vinyl. "The One I Love" effortlessly blends an old school angelic doo-wop croon into the sound of modern day indie revivalism. B-side stomper "Oh, Girl!" sounds like the Flat Duo Jets reincarnated as a drum machine recorded from inside a hat-box. Fresh off his first tour (with Foxygen), Jungle Green is a promising talent from a generation that has grown up with the entire history of music at their fingertips. Mixed by Paul de Jong of The Books and mastered by Jonathan Schenke at Doctor Wu's in Brooklyn, NY. Limited to 300 hand-numbered copies.
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The Unforgiven (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: SCOR 001LP. Rel: 30 Apr 19
Funk
  1. The Unforgiven (3:25)
  2. Theme From "The Movietown Sound" (2:20)
Review: A one off private press from '72 from a mysterious band with no background or backstory; this funk soul doublet from the awesomely titled Scorpio & His People first reared its super-rare head in 2012 after original copies apparently fetched nearly 4000 quid. Raw, warm and driving, both sides cut it with the band glued tightly together and a soaring female. "The Unforgiving" is more straight up funk with some popping fills and gusty vocals while "Theme From 'The Movietown Sound'" comes with more of a smoky swagger, brazen pianos and a stunning break that screams 'sample me' louder than the OG price tag.
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3 Cember (limited blue vinyl 7" + insert)
Cat: ZEL 02. Rel: 02 Jul 19
International
  1. 3 Cember (3:06)
  2. Yafta (3:50)
Review: If you're unfamiliar with the name Mavi Gunes 69, don't worry: it's a brand new project from Osman Murat Ertel - co-founder of cult Turkish psych-folk band BaBa Zula - and his life partner Esma Ertel, a talented singer, songwriter and dancer. There's much to admire on this out-there debut single, not least the lo-fi psychedelia of "3 Cember", where Esma Ertel's half-chanted vocals rise above hallucinatory Middle Eastern instrumentation (drenched in copious amounts of reverb) and a dark, low-slung groove. Flipside "Yafta" is a slightly more up-tempo affair, with flash-fried acid-funk guitar flashes and exotic instrumental flourishes rising above a near tribal late night groove. Both tracks are hugely atmospheric and undeniably intoxicating.
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ZIP
Cat: ZP 01. Rel: 02 Aug 16
Soul
  1. What Would Marvin Say? (4:38)
  2. Sunday (4:52)
Review: Pat Biggerstaff's ZIP catapults itself into the modern soul game with an arresting statement of intent; St Louie-born, Kansas-based Bryan Austin takes time off his calling as a missionary to lay down two soft, dreamy, string and piano based ballads. "What Would Marvin Say?" is rich in references and respect while "Sunday" takes The Moments' classic to slower, deeper, emotive pastures. Both establish ZIP as a new label with promise.
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Non Lasciarmi Andare EP (7" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: LFJ 7001. Rel: 10 May 17
Industrial/Noise
  1. Non Lasciarmi Andare (4:45)
  2. Non Lasciarmi Andare (Regis C-Nova remix) (4:31)
Review: It's been a good week for Asylum, whose robust contributions to the Persistence's just-released third multi-artist EP have been picking up major plaudits. This limited-edition 7" single sees the unheralded producer mark his debut solo release with a decidedly spooky and foreboding chunk of industrial IDM. It boasts droning, fuzzy guitars and dystopian melody lines rising above a distorted, off-kilter drum rhythm. On the B-side, Downwards co-founder and '90s techno survivor Regis provides a remix that harnesses the inherent exoticism at the heart of Asylum's original while stripping back some of the darker elements that make the original version such a moody listen. His sparse but rolling drums are particularly impressive.
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Cat: RONET 002. Rel: 11 Sep 18
Jazz
  1. Manager (2:03)
  2. Jupiter & Sand (1:29)
  3. Walzeth (2:15)
  4. Desert Douple (2:08)
Review: Over the last few years, Jimi Tenor seems to have settled into a new role as an elder statesman of left-of-centre Finnish jazz. He's also taken to composing music for film, as with the four cuts on this extended-play seven-inch. They're all featured on Kati Juruus's recent movie Cinema Dadaab, which focuses on the escapism films provide for the inhabitants of a refugee camp. Echoes of the setting and storyline can be heard across Tenor's compositions, which variously mix and match elements of jazz-funk, Blaxploitation-era soundtracks, the polyrhythms of Africa, the intoxicating instrumentation of the Middle East and the Finnish musician's own eccentric musical vision.
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 in stock $5.69
Cat: SHM 00019V. Rel: 26 Mar 19
Soul
  1. Falling Back Into Love (4:16)
  2. Falling Back Into Love (DJ Spen edit) (3:54)
Review: Famously returning to the game he was part of right back in the late 80s, Brian Power released his first album last year at the age of 54. Now back with his first new material since then, he's not messing around. Featuring long standing Muthafunka Marc Evans, "Falling Back Into Love" is a sprightly sunny side soulful house gem loaded with timeless appeal and emotion. And if that's not enough, the legend that is DJ Spen has supplied his own edit for the B. Feel the love!
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 in stock $11.12
Cat: WQJP 122. Rel: 17 Jun 19
Funk
  1. Jagger The Dagger (5:58)
  2. Cherrystones (3:15)
Review: Even though it appeared on his fine 1971 album "Headless Heroes Of The Apocalypse" - a suitably dystopian set in which our hero rails against the ills of godless society - "Jagger The Dagger" is not one of Eugene McDaniels better known tracks. Yet as this Japanese seven-inch reissue proves, it remains a superb chunk of bizarre-but-brilliant jazz/rock/soul fusion full of delay-laden country style guitar solos, weirdo backing vocals, sumptuously laidback grooves and vocals that take aim at Mick Jagger and his "devil's dance". Flipside "Cherrystones" is a Vietnam War-era civil rights cry built around good old-fashioned fuzz-toned grooves, Chuck Berry style rock 'n' roll guitar solos and a pretty crazy lead vocal.
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Cat: BBR 21. Rel: 18 Mar 19
Soul
  1. Starting Over Again (4:06)
  2. I Want You Back (4:26)
Review: Pure boogie, pure voice... UK singer/songwriter Cheri Maree comes correct on this Boogie Back rebirth over two uncut 80s style Brit funk gems. "Starting Over Again" is the more seductive of the two with its silky groove and hushed vocals while "I Want You Back" goes into boogie overdrive with lavish synth bass (wait for the solo), velvet chords and strong backing vocals. If you enjoy Atmosfear or Hi-Tension, you'll love this!
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Get To Steppin' (white vinyl 7") (1 per customer)
Cat: FSPT 1009. Rel: 02 Jul 18
Funk
  1. Get To Steppin' (3:22)
  2. Blinded (3:16)
Review: Having bubbled away in the LA funk scene since forming in 2015, the trio comprising drummer Michael Duffy, organist Frank Carey and guitarist Matt Hornbeck finally unleash their debut recording and it's a serious mission of funk intent. "Get To Steppin'" fulfils its motivational title with rapid boogaloo pace and wild jazz fusion in both the organ and guitar leads. "Blinded" is more of a classic instrumental funk piece with yet more wily organ adventures taking the lead over an insanely tight groove. Blinding.
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Cantos Campesinos (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: OR 003. Rel: 17 Jun 19
International
  1. Paseo En Un Sueno (2:14)
  2. Cancion Para Mi Familia, Venezuela (1:59)
  3. Cantos Campesinos (Hector Plimmer remix) (4:51)
Review: London label Olindo continues to explore the world of contemporary Venezuelan music via a three-track 7" from up-and-coming multi-instrumentalist and composer Isaac Sasson. The two original tracks here are sweet, loose and gently breezy, with Sasson offering up an atmospheric blend of soft-focus South American rhythms, evocative acoustic guitars, humid tropical field recordings, breathy flute solos and occasional flashes of his own improvised vocals. The flipside boasts a fine remix from Albert's Favourites artist Hector Plimmer, who fuses hand-picked Sasson samples - percussion, vocals, and so on - with dreamy synthesizer chords, lilting electronic melodies and a super-deep breakbeat groove.
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Cat: S4R 07. Rel: 09 Jul 19
Soul
  1. Blue In The Heart (4:18)
  2. Time To Get Over You (2:44)
Review: Legendary, and hugely prolific, soulsmith and writer Dan Penn looks back over his last two albums and pick two of the most delicate, soul-stirring tracks. Taken from 2013's I Need A Holiday and 2016's Something About The Night respectively, "Blue In The Heart" is stripped right back to guitar, organs and Dan's rich voice (which hasn't faltered over seven decades in the game) while "Time To Get Over You" hits with more of a bluesy twang and a country influence on the backing harmonies. Raw, direct and guaranteed to get your skin in goosebumps. Just like every other record Dan's given the world.
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Cat: S4R 05. Rel: 11 Dec 18
Soul
  1. Prophet Of Love (3:24)
  2. You're The One (2:50)
Review: Soul4Real's latest seven-inch release is rather special for one specific reason: it boasts two previously unheard 1968 recordings by Dallas vocal soul group the Masqueraders. Both were recorded at the legendary American Sound Studio in Uptown Memphis at a time when an astonishing 25% of the records in the Billboard Top 100 (according to the label's liner notes, the backing band on this session included Bobby Womack on guitar) originated there. "Prophet Of Love" is a particularly sweet chunk of harmonic soul, with the Masqueraders' providing the kind of dewy-eyed vocals that wouldn't have sounded out of place on earlier doo-wop records. Over on the flip "You're The One" has a more Phil Spector "wall of sound" kind of feel and a more lolloping rhythm track.
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Cat: S4R 03. Rel: 22 Jun 18
Funk
  1. Broke Down Piece Of Man (2:55)
  2. Four Walls Of Gloom (2:12)
Review: Soul4Real has gotten 'soulful for real' with this third outing, coming through in the form of 2 previously unreleased gems from US band The Anglos. This is some pretty niche gear, what with the band having only put out a handful of 7s back in the 60, so it feels like a special occasion to have some new material from them on our shelves. These tunes were apparently destined to land on the Botanic imprint back in the day, and are famously produced and engineered by the great Jerry "Swamp Dogg" Williams, which is why they have a certain roughness that is rarely heard on other soul records. "Broke Down Piece Of Man" is a fast, beat-heavy number with a psychedelic edge that reflects the state of mind back then, while "Four Walls Of Gloom" takes the gospel tradition as its main ingredient, offering a wonderfully uplifting midtempo rocker for the heart and soul.
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Vuelve (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: OR 002. Rel: 09 Jul 18
International
  1. Vuelve (3:27)
  2. Decima (2:50)
Review: Paris-based quartet Insolito UniVerso make their debut through London's Olindo imprint, pressing up two tracks over two sides of 7" wax. The Venezuelan outfit have a deep, mystical style about them, taking their jazz to new and exciting territories beyond the genre's usual constraints. In fact, the opening "Vuelve" has the knack of remaining addictive and hummable even in its ethereal, intricate construction - an oddly eerie sort of melody is worked into a tight groove made up of organic instruments and the lead singer's (Maria Fernanda) voice. "Decima" is a slower, deeper, darker song that works its charm even without the help of the band's percussive work. With this crowd, it's all about the vibe...
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Liberator (white vinyl 7")
Cat: CACHE 013. Rel: 22 Aug 14
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Liberator
  2. Summer
Review: Fresh and contemporary intergalactic reissue action from the ridiculously on-point Finders Keepers! For many old-school gamers and general niche nerds, the sounds of the inimitable Atari machines were the foundations of gaming culture. Never strictly available in soundtrack format until now, Suzanne Ciani's shimmering, quasi-techno sounds are the perfect example of the futurism that characterised the 1980s. This particular release features the opening theme and jingles from the Liberator game, which means that the wonderful Finders Keepers could certainly be planning another Atari-related release in the near future. He right, but in the meantime do not sleep on this badboy
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 in stock $5.43
Tunnels (7")
Cat: SEVS 02. Rel: 24 Oct 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Tunnels (5:04)
  2. First Light (4:28)
Review: Ishmael Collective are a Bristol based 'experimental jazzwise electronica' collective led by saxophonist and producer Pete Cunningham. Their last release was championed by the likes of Dan Snaith, Antal and Gilles Peterson and the follow-up sees Cunningham slip into a nostalgic haze. Here, he throws back to his formative years in Bristol's late noughties scene. "Tunnels" is a hypnotic and psychedelic journey through the outer limits of modern jazz, while the glistening ambient textures of "First Light" on the B side sees the collective express yet more of their deft and charming musicality.
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Cat: STR 001. Rel: 29 Sep 16
International
  1. Rocksteady Bugalu (3:40)
  2. La Cadena (3:45)
Review: The Bugalu Foundation collective are not to be messed with when it comes to funky Afro-Latin soul-funk. Taking inspiration from many different genres between South America and Africa, this is some truly dope material, and a little bit of a breath of fresh air. "Rocksteady Bugalu" is the ultimate hybrid, a tune that starts off with a Cuban swing jazz but that quickly develops a noticeable dubwise twist which takes us back to Jamaica. "La Cadrena" is a more traditional Cuban-style ballad, complete with blasting trumpets, those utterly additive piano keys and vocals that just call for you to hop on a plane and cross that pond over to the Caribbean...
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Freedom (7")
Cat: CR 7004. Rel: 12 Jan 17
Soul
  1. Freedom (Unchained mix) (3:55)
  2. Freedom (Mr. Confuse remix) (3:42)
Review: It's been almost four years since we last heard from Anatoly Ice and Dariya, and we were beginning to miss the duo's magnetic waves of seductive nu-soul. Backed by a gentle sway of breakbeats, "Freedom (Unchained)" is the sort of tune that will have cross-cultural appeal, drawing in influences from pop, r&b, and even a little country love. On the flip, Mr Confuse twists the groove up to transform the original into more of a light-hearted house swelter, backed by the original's suave vocals.
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 in stock $10.08
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