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Singles
  1. The Family Daptone - "Hey Brother (Do Unto Others)" (3:52)
  2. Soul Fugue - "The 100 Knights Orchestra" (4:58)
Review: Soul and funk heads won't want to miss this very special seven-inch from the Daptone Records crew, and not just because it's the label's 100th "45". The A-side features an all-star '60s soul cover of the Frightnrs rock-steady cut featuring vocal contributions from Saun and Starr, James Hunter, Lee Fields, Naomi Shelton, Duke Amayo, the Frightnrs and two legends who are no longer with us: Charles Bradley and Sharon Jones. It's a one-off that won't be repeated for obvious reasons, but more importantly it's very, very good. Over on the flip main man Bosco Mann takes charge, conducting and producing "two opposing armies" of woodwind and horn players from the label's expansive musical roster. As you'd expect, it's something of an epic.
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Cat: OST 008 RE. Rel: 22 Jul 19
Funk
  1. Family Tree (2:55)
  2. Family Tree (OST Super Disco Break Beat) (3:08)
Review: Way back in 1999, Acid Jazz Records launched an offshoot dedicated to disco edits: Original Sound Track Recordings. The best of the series' many superb reworks were later gathered together on a compilation album on EMI that now changes hands for significant sums online. Happily, they've decided to reissue some of their early releases, beginning with this 7" of Family Tree featuring Sharon Brown's "Family Tree". You'll find the peerless original - a breakbeat-driven chunk of lolloping funk brilliance - on Side A, with the label's 2002 "Super Disco Break Beat" version on the flip. Inspired by hip-hop DJs doubling up the track's brilliant drum breaks, it's a killer percussion workout with a few quick blasts of funk energy and carefully placed special effects (think flanged drums, reversed sections and so on).
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Neontrance (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: LENSKE 006. Rel: 11 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Sinner (7:00)
  2. No Jutsu (7:30)
  3. Neontrance (6:10)
  4. Risin' (5:56)
Review: Back after a much lauded first foray on LENSKE last year, Sam Deliaert alias Farrago rekindles the flame with the high-beam pulse of 'Neontrance'. Having served as the epic topper of Amelie Lens' Timewarp 2018 set and RA podcast, the title-track will undoubtedly ring a bell to all self-respecting fan of the LENSKE mastermind.
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Gespielt von: Maxx Rossi
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Pull The Plug EP (reissue) (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: KL RR4. Rel: 05 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Pull The Plug (3:38)
  2. Interlude (1:17)
  3. We Operated (5:50)
  4. Interface (5:54)
  5. Number 8 (5:40)
Review: Electro is very much back in vogue, but for Steffi's vital Klakson label it's a sound that never went away. This EP is a particularly special one that welcomes Fastgraph, aka Dutchman Frank de Groodt, back into the fold more than a decade since his last official release (which also came on this label). These tracks are fast, funky machine music with crispy, crashing metal hits and warped synths that are made to devastate the dance floor. The frazzled bass of "Number 8" sure is pleasing, but to really make a mark, drop the manic lines and overdriven drums of "Interface" and see people really lose their minds.
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Gespielt von: Steffi, Virginia
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Extinction (12")
Cat: SOMA 557. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Extinction F01 (5:57)
  2. Extinction F02 (6:48)
  3. Extinction F03 (6:01)
  4. Extinction F04 (5:35)
Review: It's been six years since Lewis Fautzi debuted on Soma, and since then he's become a real techno powerhouse. His latest shows yet more evolution in his sound across four streamlined and hypnotic "Extinction" cuts. "F01" is alluringly low key as drums roll over a frosty and frozen tundra, then "F02" ups the ante with steel plated kicks and sonar-like pulses that burrow deep. After the warped synths of "F03" comes closer "F04", the most heady of the lot thanks to its MIllsian minimalism and infinite melodic loops.
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Kubatana (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FAR 039. Rel: 10 Jun 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Kubatana (5:25)
  2. Hapana (4:19)
  3. Kubatana (Rudy Midnight Machine mix) (6:12)
  4. Kubatana (Paradise dub) (5:26)
Review: Faze Action last teamed up with Zeke Manyika, formerly of 80s funksters Orange Juice, for the effervescent "Mangwana" back in 2016. Now they're back in collaboration for more classically rooted house music with a deeply infectious African twist. "Kubatana" is punchy where it counts, but it's a light and springy proto house burner first and foremost, with Manyika's vocal sounding as smooth as silk in the middle of the mix. "Hapana" is equally rich in musicality and personality, albeit on a more simmering, meditative tip. On the B side, "Kubatana" gets reworked by Rudy Midnight Machine and Paradise, who turn in distinct versions without losing the overall 80s aesthetic that powers the release.
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Cat: RBFEATERRMX 1. Rel: 17 Apr 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Time Million (Pepe Hardclipping remix) (10:40)
  2. Time Million (Villalobos remix) (13:59)
Review: Eagle-eyed readers may have spotted a number of other 12" singles bearing remixes of this track. According to Gerd Janson, it's because he got a bit overexcited when commissioning club-friendly revisions of the cut, an "outsider pop" gem that will be featured on Feater's forthcoming album "Socialo Blanco". It would be fair to say that the mixes featured here are suitably big. Pepe Bradock handles the A-side, wrapping dubbed-out synth stabs, watery melodies and fireside-hot bass around a skittish, techno-tempo rhythm track. It's one of the French producer's most accessible and peak-time ready revisions for some time. On the reverse, Ricardo Villalobos offers up a suitably percussive, off-kilter minimal techno take that makes great use of short vocal and guitar sounds lifted from Feater's Balearic-minded original mix.
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Cat: RBFEATERDUB 1. Rel: 22 May 19
Dub
  1. Time Million (Blood Shanti main mix) (4:33)
  2. Time Million (Blood Shanti dub #1) (4:34)
  3. Time Million (Blood Shanti dub #2) (4:31)
  4. Time Million (Blood Shanti dub #3) (4:34)
Review: Running Back Incantations was created as a series of non-dancefloor releases and its fifth edition came from Austrian producer Daniel Meuzard aka Feater earlier this year. The "Socialo Bianco" LP utilised the EMS Synthi AKS, which he painstakingly recorded entirely by hand and straight on to tape. The track lifted from the LP entitled "Time Million" has already received remixes by legends such as Ricardo Villalobos and Pepe Bradock on the first volume of reworks, followed by current scene heroes Pangaea and Krystal Klear on the second. On this third volume, Jamaican dub/reggae drummer with a Jah given gift for music, Blood Shanti takes over the whole release and serves up four perspectives. Feel the pure elation of the "Main Mix", followed by three jamdown versions: "Dub #2" works those delays and echoes to full effect in true old school style, while "Dub #3" veers into similar sonic territory as legendary dub producer Adrian Sherwood.
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Cat: FSR 7090. Rel: 15 Nov 18
Funk
  1. Egg Roll (3:16)
  2. The Dump (3:46)
Review: New Zealand-born Lance Ferguson has been the beating heart of Melbourne's modern funk and soul scene for the best part of two decades. It's this that allowed him to gather many of the city's best musicians together to record "Rare Groove Spectrum", an album of fresh covers of rare and classic funk, soul and Latin jams. This sampler seven-inch contains two killer covers. On the A you'll find Ferguson and company charging through the deep funk brilliance of "Egg Roll", an instrumental track that first rose to prominence when Keb Darge reissued an un-credited test pressing of mysterious origin. Over on the flip, Ferguson's charges deliver a heady, exotic and intoxicating interpretation of "The Dump" by Soul Vibrations.
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TS 000003 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: TS 000003. Rel: 02 Jul 19
Bass
  1. Rainforest (4:05)
  2. Blizzard (4:31)
  3. Tripping Up (4:55)
  4. RX 4 Real (4:35)
Review: Shadowy London producer Filter Dread returns from Beyond Saturn with four new futurist designs. This time on Seattle newcomer label Tech Startup. Maintaining his stark ravey elements, pneumatic breaks and grainy bass signature, the vibe remains hardcore, rough around the edges throughout. "Rainforest" is near militant with its drum edits and warped, detuned synth washes while "Blizzard" brings a crush sense of decay to the percussion and much more of a subverted electro feel to the mix. Flip for two more weapons: the gnarled, schizoid "Tripping Up" which touches on breakcore but at a much slower tempo and "RX 4 Real" which taps into the classic hardcore aesthetic and flips more switches than Battersea Power Station.
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Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Bass
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Elastic Collisions EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ORSON 018. Rel: 30 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Elastic Collisions (4:26)
  2. Octodecillion (7:05)
  3. Probabilities (7:06)
  4. Mechanomics (6:05)
Review: Unstoppable electro machine Carl Finlow (aka Silicon Scally) lands on Orson with more of that impeccable robo-funk he's so revered for. "Elastic Collisions" leads the charge with a tough and teasing workout that works around a heavy low end and plenty of sparkling sound design up top. "Octodecillion" keeps things on a dystopian tip, where a bleak future sounds as funky as it does ominous. "Probabilities" heads into a less floor-focused space where thick layers of buffed and polished synth wriggles collide in high-definition. "Mechanomics" completes the set with another taut belter geared towards the heads down section of the party.
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Cat: MOSCOW 029. Rel: 23 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Gathering (7:22)
  2. Balance Right (7:34)
  3. Amiba Ta (8:42)
  4. Sepe Patru (7:39)
Review: Floog is the alias of Romanian tech house producer George Gavanescu, who alongside Livio & Roby is part of the trio Premiesku and has appeared on labels like 20:20 Vision, Vakant and Mulen Records. Serving up this riveting new four tracker for Archie Hamilton's Moscow imprint here, Gavanescu is in fine from: from the rolling main room thumper "The Gathering", to the swing-fuelled acid house inflected groove of "Balance Right" to the deep minimal house of "Sepe Patru" on the flip which is aimed squarely at the dancefloors of Bucharest's renowned afterhours scene. All killer no filler on this one here - tip!
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Floorplan V Mark Broom (white vinyl 12")
EPM
Cat: EPM 20V. Rel: 20 Feb 19
Techno
  1. Floorplan - "Never Grow Old" (Mark Broom dubplate mix) (5:38)
  2. Mark Broom - "Jungle" (5:21)
  3. Floorplan - "He Can Save You" (Re-Plant) (8:53)
Review: Some tip-top Transatlantic business here, as EPM Music brings together Motor City legend Robert Hood AKA Floorplan, and veteran UK techno producer Mark Broom. There's a treat on side A as Broom finally allows us access to one of his secret weapons: a previously dubplate-only remix he did of the Floorplan gospel-techno throbber "Never Grow Old". Broom's version is tough and percussive, but also makes great use of rumbling bass, restless organ stabs and glassy-eyed late night rave riffs. Broom's own techno jack-track "Jungle" - a blizzard of distorted percussion and wild electronic noises - opens side B, before Hood offers up a chunky "Re-Plant" of classic Floorplan roller "He Can Save You". It not only features spoken word preacher-man vocals, but also a mind-altering riff reminiscent of Lil' Louis classic "French Kiss".
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Cat: ASTRO LTD1. Rel: 20 May 19
Deep House
  1. Time Machine (6:15)
  2. Time Machine (Lola Allen outro) (1:18)
  3. Time Machine (Vincent Inc remix) (6:26)
  4. Time Machine (Kazarian remix) (5:38)
Review: Vincent Floyd is the real deal - he was doing it back in the early 90s on labels as iconic as Dance Mania and Relief, and then after nearly 20 years of silence he came back into the mix around 2014. Since then he's landed on Rush Hour, Dawn Notes and Traxx Underground. This time around he's bringing the dopeness to Astrolife, laying down the understated but utterly engrossing deep house sound he's made his own since the early days on the brilliant "Time Machine". Then it's up to the remixers to do justice to the original - Lola Allen does the most striking job with her gorgeous ambient "Outro" version. Vincent Inc's take is a nifty, sample-juggling affair that manages to maintain the depth of the original, and the Kazarian remix whips up a shuffled groove and heavyweight bass that rocks it raw and righteous.
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  1. By Day (feat Sio - Andre Lodemann & Fabian Dikof remix) (7:10)
  2. By Day (feat Sio - Fred ReVersion) (5:24)
  3. Silverlight (feat Jinadu - Ian Pooley remix) (6:41)
  4. Wherever You Go (Lauer akai mix) (6:29)
Review: Fred Everything's Lazy Days label rounds out a strong 2018 with this remix package focused on some of Everything's recent productions. On the A side, his collaboration with singer Sio gets the remix treatment from Andre Lodemann and Fabian Dikof before Everything himself comes back to revisit the track with an alternative spin. While each having their own distinct stamps on how to work "By Day," both versions chime with the kind of uplifting, melodic tech house that Lazy Days is known for. On the B side, "Sliverlight" gets a once over from Ian Pooley, who employs a subby bass and tense, sustained string notes to create a captivating atmosphere, then Lauer rounds the record out with a bright and breezy 90s-rave-flavoured "Akai Mix" of "Wherever You Go."
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Gespielt von: Vincent Inc
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BAH039 (12")
Cat: BAH 039. Rel: 24 Jun 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Releipsuahcs (5:12)
  2. Soleil Toujours (6:15)
  3. Traume (6:07)
  4. Tuschur Amur (4:51)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Neu Boy on the block Doc. Frankenfurter von Berliner. Morder edits. Sprache flyer, solar liebe. Traume Dreams. Tu Amur. Panzer Peoples on & on !!
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Just Give It Up (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NSR 004. Rel: 17 Dec 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Just Give It Up (8:25)
  2. Come On & Take Me (13:52)
Review: The fourth installment on Madrid based Night Shift Records is served by label boss Javi Frias, offering a couple of top notch disco edits. 'Just Give It Up' is the A side track, a obscure late 80s boogie track with a house feel that has been retouched and extended to get the maximun pleasure on the dance floor. On the B side you can find 'Come On And Take Me', a disco funk mover with a killer groove, nice vocals and tight synths that surely will make you scream for more.




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Cat: CRWDSPCRX 007. Rel: 01 Apr 19
Deep House
  1. Age Of Time (6:49)
  2. Pure Pose (8:56)
Review: Some five years on from their last outing as Full Circle, Joakim and Alexis Le-Tan once again join forces to deliver two intoxicating slabs of pitched-down psychedelic madness. Previous releases in the series have been based around breathing new life into early Goa trance obscurities - primarily by slowing them down to a chugging house tempo - and there's a similar feel to the two tasty tracks on show here. A-side "Age Of Time" sets the tone, brilliantly mangling Daniele Baldelli style Afro-Cosmic disco-rock riffs and tribal percussion with hypnotic, pitched-down trance beats and the kind of mind-altering TB-303 acid lines once found in Psychick Warriors ov Gaia records. Turn to the flip for the similarly trippy vibes of "Pure Pose", where pulsating acid bass and hallucinogenic synth lines rise and fall above a chugging, slowed down breakbeat.
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  1. The Funk District - "An Evening With El Diablo" (6:31)
  2. Matt Hughes - "Get Down" (5:50)
  3. Cody Currie - "Aquarian Girl" (5:17)
  4. The Owl - "Funky Feelin" (4:12)
  5. ED Wizard & Disco Double Dee - "Slippin" (4:22)
Review: More good value goodness from the Editorial label, one of the few re-edit focused outfits that manage to retain a high level of consistency. The Funk District kicks things off with a fine re-arrangement of an organ and electric piano-focused chunk of sweaty dancefloor soul ("An Evening With El Diablo"), before Matt Hughes gets busy with some elastic slap bass on flash-fried disco-funk revision "Get Down". Elsewhere, Label regulars Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee dip the tempo on the slow and seductive "Slippin", the Owl stomps his way through the P-funk style heaviness of "Funky Feelin" and Cody Currie offers up a hazy sample-house cut rich in jazzy flourishes and warm electric piano chords.
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GSW 002 (12")
Cat: GSW 002. Rel: 30 Jul 19
Electro
  1. Furious Frank - "2 Frank 2 Furious" (5:34)
  2. Arthur Miles - "Native Way" (5:59)
  3. 48V - "In Place" (5:30)
  4. 48V - "Prospecting" (9:01)
Review: If it's authentically 80s-sounding electro tackle you're after, then allow us to point you in the direction of Furious Frank's '2 Frank 2 Furious', which opens what's only the second-ever release from Melbourne, Australia-based label Global Skywatch. Arthur Miles' 'Native Way', which follows, is a more current-sounding affair that could easily slide into melodic/progressive sets, while on the flip, 48V's 'In Place' is a sparse, steppy number - think a slo-mo take on footwork and you're somewhere in the ball park! - before the same artist's 'Prospecting' closes out the EP with nine minutes of cinematic ambience.
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Gespielt von: M50
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When The Boom Was On (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ERC 072. Rel: 04 Mar 19
Pop
  1. Transatlantic Cable (3:28)
  2. They're On Me (2:55)
  3. Robert Nightman's Story (3:53)
  4. I Miss You (4:33)
  5. Why Are We In Love (5:06)
  6. A Letter To Myself (3:54)
Review: Emotional Rescue is delighted to present the first of two EPs from British '80s band Furniture, starting with their much sought-after, six-song "mini-album" - as they were known then - which has recently been rediscovered by a new generation of DJs and collectors.

"Transatlantic Cable" compares the cliches of a certain type of American romance - Bogart, Sinatra, Dean - to the reality of life in West London. "They're On Me" is probably one of very few pop songs to feature double bass and the word "newsagent", while "Robert Nightman's Story" is powered by a riff on marimba and abrasive rhythm guitar.

"I Miss You", a torch song so good you'd think Julie London might have cut it. A highlight for many is "Why Are We In Love". This track is a key reason for the revival of interest in the band, with pattering rhythm part and the sweet clarinet melody, creating an atmosphere that has attracted a following among discerning DJs. "A Letter To Myself" introduced the band's new, expanded line-up adding Sally Still (bass, vocals) and Maya Gilder (keyboards), which would endure until the band stopped in 1990.
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Searching EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CINE V002. Rel: 29 Apr 19
Deep House
  1. Felipe Gordon - "Rio" (6:12)
  2. Freudenthaler - "Bel Air" (6:25)
  3. G. Markus - "Cherchez Le G" (6:58)
  4. Reece Johnson - "Montreux" (5:48)
Review: Sheffield's Moment Cinetique has laid down a distinctive MO within the deep house field, favouring dusty, sample-heavy rollers from a close circle of artists. On this various artists release they call on friends new and old, leading in with Felipe Gordon's rolling and tumbling "Rio" which is as crooked as it is funky. Label mainstay Freudenthaler has some choice jazz licks strapped to an irresistible beat and wandering bassline on "Bel Air", while G. Markus channels a touch of Moodymann vibes on the looped up, feverish "Cherchez Le G". Reece Johnson takes things smooth and smoky on the top end of "Montreux", but flips it with a gritty kick drum to lend the track some rugged weight for the dance.
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Cat: VTX 010. Rel: 18 Mar 19
Electro
  1. Marshall Applewhite - "Better Do Not" (4:04)
  2. Forehard - "Rhythm Device" (6:07)
  3. Das Ding - "Analog Devices" (6:54)
  4. VCS2600 - "Modular Deivce" (4:29)
Review: The tenth missive on Vortex Traks is full to bursting with tasty treats. As with many of the Berlin-based imprint's previous outings, it's a multi-artist affair. Marshall Applewhite kicks things off via the deep electro/dusty IDM fusion of "Better Do Not", where eight-bit electronics and undulating acid-style motifs rise above a crunchy beat, before Forehard attempts to batter dancefloors into submission via the full-throttle, Klakson-style Rotterdam electro filth of "Rhythm Device". Das Ding invites us to party in deep space via the high-tempo beats and swirling, some would say psychedelic electronics of "Analog Devices", before VCS2600 serves up some seriously punchy, acid-fired electro ("Modular Device").
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The Black & White EP (hand-stamped 12" limited to 250 copies)
Cat: CMNT 002. Rel: 25 Mar 19
Techno
  1. Mateo Murphy - "Black River" (7:02)
  2. Sonitus Eco - "Ruffcut" (5:48)
  3. CMNT - "White Heat" (5:34)
  4. Fourmatic - "Ectosketch" (5:50)
Review: The shadowy, techno oriented CEMENT label launched last year with a split release featuring Owen Jay, Molegrip, Cyan341 and CMNT (most likely someone affiliated with the label). Now they're back for round two, and a similar format follows leading in with Mateo Murphy and the linear dub techno immersion of "Black River". Sonitus Eco comes up next with the more spaced out, back room hypnosis of "Ruffcut", CMNT is back once again with the needling arps of "White Heat" and Fourmatic completes the package with a dark and epic electro extravaganza in the form of "Ectosketch".
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  1. Lenny Fontana, Tension - "A Place Called Heaven" (Joey Negro dub Groove) (6:58)
  2. Jay Denes, Ada Dyer - "You Make Me Whole" (Joey Negro Rhodes dub) (5:17)
  3. Julian Sanza - "To Love" (5:16)
  4. Frankie Knuckles, Satoshi Tomiie, Andrea Mendez - "Bring Me Love" (Eventual dub) (6:56)
Review: Some serious no-nonsense house grooves for all true-school DJs to cop, dug out from the annals of club music history. Things kick off good and proper with Joey Negro's insanely powerful "Dub Groove" mix of Lenny Fontana's "A Place Called Heaven". Negro's on the buttons once again with the classic, pumping "Rhodes Dub" of "You Make Me Whole" by Jay Denes and Ada Dyer. On the flip, Julian Sanza drops the squelchy boogie inflected "To Love" before the record ends on a serious bang with the dream team of Frankie Knuckles, Satoshi Tomiie and Andrea Mendez's "Bring Me Love (Eventual Dub)". This is as actual house as actual house can get - the real deal, crystalised in four evergreen gems pressed on one handy record.
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Cat: KYN 012. Rel: 10 Apr 19
Techno
  1. Mike Parker - "Novus Wave" (5:31)
  2. Forest Drive West - "STVVV" (7:51)
  3. Korridor - "Array" (8:53)
  4. Fjader - "Vega" (4:58)
Review: The first Various Artists release on Kynant, 'K.Y. Space'. Mike Parker's unmistakable modulations and the broken-beat, UK techno of Forest Drive West share the A-side.Korridor's ultra-deep sonic exploration leads into fellow Swedish artist Fjader crafting a downtempo beat in her signature ambient style. Mastered by Neel.
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Cat: WAXDIGIT 004. Rel: 28 Aug 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Slync & Fingerman - "Saft Junk" (6:21)
  2. Hotmood - "Fake DJs" (6:11)
  3. Andy Buchan - "Dope D'Man" (5:50)
  4. Dave Gerrard - "Turn It Loose" (5:23)
Review: The latest missive from Fingerman's Wax Digits imprint - the occasional vinyl offshoot of the digital-only Hot Digits label - is something of an all-star affair. It features contributions from some of the best-known talents in the contemporary re-edit scene, with solid results. Fingerman and Slync kick things off with "Saft Junk", a cheery, Chic style slab of summer disco goodness, before Hotmood takes aim at "Fake D.Js" via bumpin' grooves, fluttering flutes and swirling orchestration. Andy Buchan's "Dope D'Man" is a slap-bass-sporting nu-disco jam that joins the dots between King Bee's "Back By Dope Demand" and the original disco record it sampled, while "Turn It Loose" is a relaxed shuffle through laid back and loved-up funk grooves.
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Alben
Las Pale (CD)
Cat: STRUT 195CD. Rel: 30 Nov 18
International
  1. Las Pale
  2. Kwen Pe Ke Pe
  3. La Guadeloupe
  4. Mwen Ke Rive
  5. Gade
  6. Pou Lanmou
Review: Thanks to an upsurge in interest in zouk, the synthesizer-heavy tropical style that emerged from the French Antilles in the early 1980s, reissues of superb but hard to find gems from the style's original heyday are becoming increasingly popular. This one from Strut Records is a peach. Originally released in 1988, "Las Pale" is the sole album from Feeling Kreyol, a female trio from Guadeloupe assembled and produced by local studio buffs Darius Denon and Frankie Brumier. It remains a brilliantly effervescent and colourful set, with the trio adding strong and attractive to distinctively tropical drum machine rhythms, shimmering synths, kaleidoscopic melodies and jangling guitars. In other words, it's a giddy blast of electronic tropical brilliance. Don't sleep.
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Cat: FSRCD 125. Rel: 24 Jan 19
Funk
  1. Joyous
  2. That's Nice
  3. Egg Roll
  4. Smokey Joe's La La
  5. Oblighetto
  6. Goodbye, So Long
  7. Sweet Power Your Embrace
  8. Noches De Viaje
  9. A Love I Believe In
  10. The Panther
  11. Brazilian Rhyme
  12. Am I Wrong
Review: New Zealand-born Lance Ferguson has been the beating heart of Melbourne's modern funk and soul scene for the best part of two decades. It's this that allowed him to gather many of the city's best musicians together to record "Rare Groove Spectrum", an album of fresh covers of rare and classic funk, soul and Latin jams. There are some killer versions to be found amongst the 11 tracks on offer. We're particularly enjoying the collective's riotous instrumental revision of Pleasure classic "Joyous", the strutting deep funk heaviness of "Egg Roll" (a similarly restless cover of a mysterious but much-played cut that should be familiar to dusty-fingered diggers and knowledgeable dancers) and the sumptuous summer breeze that is the combo's meandering take on Earth, Wind and Fire staple "Brazilian Rhyme". It is, though, all superb.
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Cat: MOSHICD 91. Rel: 03 May 19
Indie
  1. Paradise Place
  2. Koray
  3. Marigold
  4. Astral Plane
  5. Peaches
  6. Moonshine On Water
  7. Olympia
  8. Club Coco
  9. Mantra East
  10. Nizwa
  11. Levitation
Review: Combining indie rock, psychedelic rock and Eastern influences, Flamingods certainly know how to mix things up. Levitation, their 5th album and the first since 2016's Majesty opens with a disco feel via "Paradise Place", before the laid-back grooves of "Koray" provide a leeway for more eclectic and dance-centric tracks to take hold later on in the album. The second half of the record takes us into more spacey territory best heard on "Moonshine On Water", before the band's trippy, psychedelic influences come strongly to the fore on "Mantra East" and Eastern melodies shine through on "Nizwa". An eclectic, psyched-out adventure of a record, Levitation is an album that will tempt you into Flamingods' esoteric world.
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Cat: JAL 282CD. Rel: 14 Mar 19
Funk
  1. Right On Top
  2. Invisible (feat Laura Vane)
  3. It Just Goes (feat Sarah Scott)
  4. 15 000 Words (feat Elliott Cole)
  5. Part Time Millionaire
  6. Who's Got Me (feat Laura Vane)
  7. Two Steps (feat Elliott Cole)
  8. Take Your Money
  9. Ex-Fatcor (feat Laura Vane)
  10. Some Day (feat Izo FitzRoy)
  11. The Wheel (feat Laura Vane)
Review: With a long line of Tru Thoughts documents in his back cat going back to the mid-2000s, and a damn fine comeback on Lack of Afro's label a few years back, Flevans delivers his third album on the mighty Jalapeno. The perfect playground for his wide-armed hook-laden musical funk, and home to his prominent band members Elliott Cole and Izo FitzRoy, it's a match made in groove heaven. The sleazy prowls of "Two Steps", the delicious jazz funk of "Part Time Millionaire", the gilded feel good soul of "15,000 Words" and the straight up shape cutter "Invisible" are just some of the on-point highlights. And that's before we even get to the smouldering Lauryn Hill cover "Ex Factor". Part time millionaire, full time musical brilliance.
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Live In London (cassette)
Cat: SPCS 1275. Rel: 08 Mar 19
Indie
  1. Father & Son (6:18)
  2. Band Reunion (0:30)
  3. Iain & Deanna (0:30)
  4. Inner City Pressure (0:30)
  5. New Zealand Symphony Orchestra (0:30)
  6. Summer Of 1353 (0:30)
  7. Complimentary Muffin (0:30)
  8. Stana (0:30)
  9. Stuck In A Lift (0:30)
  10. Foux Du Fafa (0:30)
  11. Seagull (0:30)
  12. Mutha'uckas - Hurt Feelings (0:30)
  13. One More Anecdote (0:30)
  14. Back On The Road (0:30)
  15. Thank You London (0:30)
  16. Bowie (0:30)
  17. Bus Driver (0:30)
  18. Tuning (0:30)
  19. Robots (0:30)
  20. Shady Rachel (0:30)
  21. Carol Brown (0:30)
  22. The Most Beautiful Girl (In The Room) (0:30)
Review: It's business time. Alongside Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm or The Simpsons, references or refrain for New Zealand comedy act Flight of the Conchords are never far off. And with the pair garnering even more notoriety with their cameo songwriting appearing in shows like Rick and Morty, it's no surprise to hear they've delivered a special. Recorded live in London, and released in deluxe triple vinyl form via legendary Seattle label Sub Pop, if you can survive the raucous laughter between the punchlines across the night's setlist than you'll appreciate classics like "Inner City Pressure", "Mutha'uckas - Hurt Feelings" and "Bowie" that much more, and with live adlib commentary between the scenes too, "The Most Beautiful Girl (In The Room)" curtails this mega release with a most classic closer and encore! Happy Birthday.
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Late Night Tales (mixed CD)
Cat: ALNCD 52. Rel: 29 Mar 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Sarah Davachi - "Track 1" (live In Portland - Excerpt - Exclusive track)
  2. Carlos Walker - "Via Lactea"
  3. The Rationals - "Glowin'"
  4. William S Fischer - "Chains"
  5. Max Roach - "Equipoise"
  6. Abu Talib (Bobby Wright) - "Blood Of An American"
  7. Sweet & Innocent - "Express Your Love"
  8. Robert Vanderbilt & The Foundation Of Souls - "A Message Especially From God"
  9. The Defaulters - "Gentle Man"
  10. Alain Bellaiche - "Sun Blues"
  11. Alain Bellaiche - "Sea Fluorescent"
  12. Kara-Lis Coverdale - "Moments In Love" (Excerpt)
  13. Azimuth - "The Tunnel"
  14. Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith - "Milk" (Excerpt)
  15. Toshimaru Nakamura - "Nimb#59" (Exclusive track)
  16. Floating Points - "The Sweet Time Suite" (part 1 - Opening - Exclusive Kenny Wheeler Cover version)
  17. Lauren Laverne - "Ah! Why, Because The Dazzling Sun" (Exclusive Spoken Word Piece)
Review: Sam Shepherd AKA Floating Points has long been known as a producer, DJ and selector with a staggeringly good record collection. It's for this reason that his edition of "Late Night Tales", a series dedicated to the joys of post-club home listening, has been so eagerly anticipated. The resultant mix is a triumph, with Shepherd showcasing a largely rare and obscure mix of new age ambient, high-grade jazz, sumptuous folk-soul (see Abu Talib's impeccable "Blood Of An American"), psychedelic soul weirdness, intergalactic jazz-funk, Satie-style piano movements and the drowsy, liquid electronics of Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith. The set also includes a handful of exclusive tracks, including a wonderful new Floating Points cover of Kenny Wheeler's "The Sweet Time Suite (Part I - Opening)". In a word: essential.
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Flamagra (CD)
Cat: WARPCD 291. Rel: 24 May 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Heroes
  2. Post Requisite
  3. Heroes In A Half Shell
  4. More (feat Anderson Paak)
  5. Capillaries
  6. Burning Down The House (feat George Clinton)
  7. Spontaneous (feat Little Dragon)
  8. Takashi
  9. Pilgrim Side Eye
  10. All Spies
  11. Yellow Belly (feat Tierra Whack)
  12. Black Balloons Reprise (feat Denzel Curry)
  13. Fire Is Coming (feat David Lynch)
  14. Inside Your Home
  15. Actually Virtual
  16. Andromeda
  17. Remind U
  18. Say Something
  19. Debbie Is Depressed
  20. Find Your Own Way Home
  21. The Climb (feat Thundercat)
  22. Pygmy
  23. 9 Carrots (feat Toro Y Moi)
  24. Ff4
  25. Land Of Honey (feat Solange)
  26. Thank U Malcolm
  27. Hot Oct
Review: No less than five years since his last mind-busting opus, "You're Dead!", the one and only FlyLo finally returns with a staggering new album. At this point all bets are off as to which direction the visionary beat scene maven will take his stellar sound, and true to form "Flamagra" departs from solid ground quicker than you can shout "lift off". From arrhythmic spirituals to futuristic soul, the Cali man known to his family as Steven Ellison has never sounded freer in his sound. The cast of guest spots is off the charts as well - George Clinton, Little Dragon, Solange, David Lynch and Anderson .Paak are just some of the dazzling talents involved. Need we say more - take a trip once more with one of the 21st century's most visionary producers.
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Dogrel (CD)
Cat: PTKF 2166-2. Rel: 12 Apr 19
Indie
  1. Big
  2. Sha Sha Sha
  3. Too Real
  4. Television Screens
  5. Hurricane Laughter
  6. Roy's Tune
  7. The Lotts
  8. Chequeless Reckless
  9. Liberty Belle
  10. Boys In The Better Land
  11. Dublin City Sky
Review: Dublin's Fontaines D.C. have been itching for their debut album to arrive on Partisan Records for seven singles now (all of which released in the past 18 months). Full of semi-ironic lyrics delivered like a drunk Mike Skinner replacing Archy Marshall (King Krule), each track on the album delivers a jangley, dimly light, beer swindling vibe, though not all songs are for bar fights and moshing. Flashes of Bloc Party to Morrissey subtly streak across the album (see "Television Screens") while there's some sombre punk, funk ballads in "Roy's Tune" to be heard too. The album overall is electric, highly danceable, cooler than a denim jacket, and a quality first missive.
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2 2 Karma (CD)
Cat: FB 008. Rel: 09 Oct 18
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Flashback (feat Alix Perez)
  2. 6 Million Stories (feat Kate Tempest, Bionic, Scott Garcia & Bangzy)
  3. The Mission (feat Zu & Bangzy)
  4. Toast (feat Izzie Gibbs, Dizmack & Alix Perez)
  5. The Sauce (feat Black Josh & Ivy Lab)
  6. Crash & Burn (feat Lord Laville & Bangzy)
  7. Blood In The Sink (feat Kojey Radical & Bangzy)
  8. Bosh (feat Marcello Spooks & Bangzy)
  9. Waved (feat Flux Pavilion Black Josh & OG Maco)
  10. 24-7 (feat Feed Me)
  11. Visitations (feat Scorsayzee & Hyroglifics)
  12. Vultures (feat Josh Bevan & Dag Nabbit)
  13. Standard (feat Rag "N" Bone Man & Bangzy)
Review: One of the heaviest, fire-stoked albums of the year returns in deluxe form. Metropolis and Vulgatron are sounding sharper, wittier and aggier than ever while the beats are powered up by some of the most respected and forward thinking artists in the game from Feed Me to Bangzy, Flux Pavilion to Alix Perez. A full spectrum assault that flexes from cyborg b-boy ("Flashback") cinematic panic ("The Mission") hazy introspective soul ("Crash & Burn") to come to bed 24th century R&B ("Bosh"), Foreign Beggars went categorically in on this. Jump on this if you missed the first time around.
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Cat: MEANDYOUTAPE 3. Rel: 30 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Frak - "Untitled" (38:16)
  2. Ben Ufo - "Untitled" (50:20)
Review: recorded live at Meandyou in Manchester.
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Close It Quietly (cassette)
Cat: SPCS 1320. Rel: 04 Oct 19
Indie
  1. Moonsea (0:30)
  2. Cosmic Shop (0:30)
  3. 41st (0:30)
  4. So Blue (0:30)
  5. A Joke (0:30)
  6. Rings (On A Tree) (0:30)
  7. Actin' Weird (0:30)
  8. Windows (0:30)
  9. Never Would (0:30)
  10. Self Destruct (0:30)
  11. Wannago (0:30)
  12. I'm It (0:30)
  13. Trunk Of A Tree (0:30)
  14. Last Season's Textures (0:30)
  15. Even Though I Knew (0:30)
  16. UFO (0:30)
  17. Marbles (0:30)
  18. Did You Find (0:30)
  19. A Hit (0:30)
  20. With Great Purpose (0:30)
  21. This Swirling (0:30)
Review: When bands hit album four, two things can happen - or three. Some suffer from a crisis of creativity, opting to regurgitate or, worse still, stagnate. Others opt for reinvention, with as many getting it right as going well off-piste, alienating faithful fans in the process. The lucky ones, meanwhile, hit the nail on the head with their most accomplished and complete work to date. Consider Frankie Cosmos among the lucky ones, then, not that luck had much to do with it. Recorded in their New York hometown, everything about the record feels comfortable in that there's nothing forced, and yet it engages and grabs from the off. Lilting, lo-fi rock 'n' roll odes to love, life and the genre itself, anyone who's ever wondered what Cate Le Bon might sound like having a pancake breakfast with The Orielles should grab a seat at this table.
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Cat: BELLA 943CD. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Calm Down aka I Should Not Be Alone
  2. Evening Prayer aka Justice
  3. Transition From Nowhere To Nowhere
  4. Rated R Crusaders
  5. Trauma
  6. Thermometer
  7. I Wanna Be Your Girlfriend
  8. Blown
  9. My Teeth Hurt
  10. In America
  11. What Can You Do But RocknRoll
Review: Troubadour for the dejected, rejected, never-did-fits, Ezra Furman deserves to be ranked among the greatest songwriters of our time. On "Twelve Nudes" he takes the hard-learnt lessons of previous records and channels that anger, desperation, euphoria, fear and hope into an impassioned call to arms - his finest since "Perpetual Motion People". In many ways, this is a far more positive outing, too, or at least one that largely keeps the focus on big noise. "My Teeth Hurt" and "Thermometer" are ferocious, head-banging whirlwinds. "Evening Prayer aka Justice" throws fists to the air with protest-esque pride. "Calm Down aka I Should Not Be Alone" offers Northern Soul-leaning drums and rhythms. Of course, there's still room for freaky, introspective rockabilly melancholia - namely "I Wanna be Your Girlfriend". Like Furman himself on-stage, it's unashamed and unwilling to compromise, making for one of this year's finest bloody-lipped, sweat-soaked rock 'n' roll records.
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