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Singles
La Piscine (limited coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: MW 041. Rel: 07 Aug 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. La Piscine (14:13)
  2. Calling Somewhere (14:52)
Review: Fans of mechanical techno-not-techno sounds will be all over Minimal Wave's latest transmission from 80s French underground heroes In Aeternam Vale. Having reissued several essential lost works from the outfit last year, most notably the proto-Sandwell sound of "Highway Dark Veins", Veronica Vasicka delivers another two tracks from the vault. Stylistically mirroring that previous two track release the title track is an equally brilliant synth-techno beast which could easily pass for a Function track today, while B-side "Calling Somewhere" sounds like a cold wave version of proto-halfstep. Needless to say, the fact that these tracks are 22 years old literally left us speechless.
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Cat: SEVS 04. Rel: 01 May 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. The Chapel (4:36)
  2. Full Circle (feat Holysseus Fly) (4:25)
  3. Siren! (2:50)
  4. Lapwing (4:52)
  5. Yellow House (feat Yama Warashi) (3:25)
  6. The River (5:00)
  7. First Light (4:46)
  8. Waterfall (feat Holysseus Fly) (4:06)
  9. Surge (6:04)
Review: This long promised debut album from Pete Cunningham's hybrid electronic/acoustic jazz collective, Ishmael Ensemble, has already received rave reviews. Listening back, it's easy to see why. The collective specializes in inventive, slow-burn epics that fuse the producer's dance music influences with more traditional jazz and seductive songs that recall the folksy bliss of the Minnie Riperton fronted Rotary Connection. They're capable of laying down bona-fide floor-rockers - see "Siren!" and the sweaty, bass-heavy swirl of "Lapwing" - but it's often the more considered and atmospheric pieces ("The Chapel", "Yellow House (feat Yama Warashi)" and the trumpet-driven brilliance of "The River") that leave the longest lasting impression. Either way, it's a superb debut album that's well worth a listen.
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ENDZ 010 (limited splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 010. Rel: 26 Sep 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Lax (7:57)
  2. Dub III (7:02)
  3. 11th (9:17)
Review: East End Dubz offshoot Eastenderz continues to go from strength to strength after killer releases from Romanians Lizz and Nami. Keeping on with their focus on the finest of emerging talent, they now tap Japanese artist in London Ittetsu for their tenth edition. Starting out on the first side in great fashion is "Lax", a raw and shuffling groove with the right amount of dust and bumpiness in its functionality. Next up the fittingly titled "Dub III" was probably our favourite, this rolling and emotive journey through deepness is reminiscent of Ion Ludwig. Finally on the flip is "11th", a reduced minimal funk jam with some wacky sound FX accompanied by a low slung groove that's perfect for the after-hours.
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Alben
Midnite Spares (LP + insert)
Cat: ES 003. Rel: 15 Sep 16
Indie
  1. Maria Kozic & The MK Sound - "Trust Me" (4:29)
  2. Whadya Want? - "Open Spaces" (3:53)
  3. Poets Of The Machine - "Arabs" (5:39)
  4. The Couch - "Full Treatment" (2:42)
  5. Sedation - "Sedation" (3:00)
  6. Igniters - "Hakka Suru" (3:29)
  7. Mumbo Jumbo - "Wind It Up" (4:33)
  8. Mix - "Do You Do It?" (3:46)
  9. Cameron Allen & Graham Bidstrup - "Bikini Atoll" (3:40)
  10. Foot & Mouth - "I Want My Mummy" (4:15)
Review: An intriguing confection put together by two Antipodean crate-diggers with an ear for the eccentricities and heroic creative travails of a generation of yore, 'Midnight Spares' chronicles a predominantly '80s era in which bedroom musicians took a post-punk DIY sensibility to create work that still rings out with originality and ingenuity decades on. Collected from manifold unusual sources, this compendium takes in early synth-pop, menacing lo-fi soundtrack work, a stray emigre member of The Flying Pickets, and even an early foray into recording from the members of legendary Ozpunk scamps God. Lurking somewhere between the spirit of John Peel and the world of outsider art, the resulting assemblage is a must-have for chroniclers of the weird and wonderful.
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Cat: TPTCD 009. Rel: 12 Jul 19
Techno
  1. The Beginning Of The End
  2. Crossing The Mirror
  3. Impossible Love
  4. You Are Not Alone
  5. The Night Is Our Kingdom
  6. Those Shiny Razor Blades
  7. Partner In Crime
  8. Romantic Psycho
  9. Sexual Tension
  10. Forgiveness
  11. Fade Away
  12. Eternity Is Burning
Review: After slowly building his career over the last few years via well-received singles on Rave Or Die, Khemina Records and, most recently, Perc Trax, Guillaume Labadie delivers his hotly anticipated debut album. It's something of a beast, too, with 12 lengthy tracks spread across two CDs. After scene-setting via a constantly-building blast of symphonic synth strings, new wave style guitars and crashing drum rolls ("The Beginning of the End"), Labadie sprints through bombastic, mind-altering stompers ("Crossing The Mirror"), dark and twisted soundscapes ("Impossible Love"), distorted techno thumpers ("The Night Is Our Kingdom", "You Are Not Alone"), redlined downtempo soundscapes (the filthy "Partner In Crime"), industrial strength insanity ("Romantic Pyscho") and pitch-black throb-jobs ("Eternity Is Burning").
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Uyai (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MRG 585. Rel: 21 Feb 17
International
  1. Give Me A Reason (4:12)
  2. The Chant (Iqo Isang) (4:30)
  3. One That Lights Up (Andi Domo Ikang Uwem Mi) (3:37)
  4. The Pot Is On Fire (4:28)
  5. Quite (3:37)
  6. Joy (Idaresit) (3:40)
  7. Power Of 3 (4:22)
  8. Lullaby (4:00)
  9. Guide You (Edu Kpeme) (3:14)
  10. Sunray (Eyio) (4:26)
  11. Cry (Eyed) (2:08)
Review: Much has changed since Eno Williams released her first album under the Ibibio Sound Machine alias back in 2014. The album - a thrilling mix of elements borrowed from Nigerian funk and '80s electro - has became something of a must-have in the years since its release. This belated follow-up is equally as impressive. While the more electrofunk inspired workouts naturally hit home hard - see "Give Me A Reason", "The Chant (Iqo Isang)" and the spiraling synth brilliance of "Guide You (Edu Kpeme)" - the album's occasional excursions into fuzzy, post-punk pastures and more traditional Afro-funk territory are equally as impressive. There's no hint of the infamous "second album symptom" that has previously beset artists who produce great debuts; if anything, Uyai is even better than its acclaimed predecessor.
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Doko Mien (gatefold LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MRG 665LP. Rel: 22 Mar 19
International
  1. I Need You To Be Sweet Like Sugar (Nnge Nte Suka) (4:39)
  2. Wanna Come Down (3:58)
  3. Tell Me (Doko Mien) (3:41)
  4. I Know That You're Thinking About Me (3:55)
  5. I Will Run (2:02)
  6. Just Go Forward (Ka I So) (3:43)
  7. She Work Very Hard (4:23)
  8. Nyak Mien (3:50)
  9. Kuka (2:31)
  10. Guess We Found A Way (4:10)
Review: Famed for their thrilling, dancefloor-friendly fusions of West African funk and disco, American electrofunk and post-punk pop, Ibibio Sound Machine is one of the most exciting and essential bands of recent times. It's for this reason that "Doko Mien", the Eno Williams fronted band's first album for two years, is so hotly anticipated. Happily, we can confirm that it's another stunning set, with Williams and company charging through a set of sizzling songs that wrap kaleidoscopic synths, rubbery bass, fiery horns and off-kilter funk-rock guitars around grooves that variously doff a cap to '80s electro, Italo-disco, jazz-funk, Tony Allen and thrusting, mind-altering mutant disco. In other words, it's another must-have collection of cuts from the London-based band.
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Mind Field (2xLP)
Cat: ECHOCORD 079. Rel: 17 Oct 18
Techno
  1. Explorer (6:51)
  2. Dimension (5:18)
  3. Stage One (7:45)
  4. Golden Place (5:44)
  5. MITH (5:34)
  6. Singularity (8:25)
  7. Smoke & Mirrors (6:10)
  8. Final Cut (8:09)
Review: Dub techno specialist Idealist returns to Danish imprint Echocord, following up last year's brilliant Source EP. Mind Field is the enigmatic producer's second full length offering (after 2016's Firewood Road on his own Idealistmusic) and it showcases a great evolution of his sound. With the exception of opener "Explorer", a powerful, emotive and hands in the air house stomper, and the austere factory floor stomp of "Smoke & Mirrors" - the rest of the EP remains in the cavernous and glacial realm you've come to expect from the Swiss producer. A collection of deeply emotive and reductive versions, where warm yet forceful bass frequencies roll along a ghostly trail of reverb and echo.
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Cat: IDEAL 177. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Industrial/Noise
  1. Bigga Boss (feat Nazamba) (3:34)
  2. Everyone Fucking Relax (3:23)
  3. Inner Space Dub (Insane version) (4:14)
  4. The Ecstasy (6:28)
  5. Shit Skull/Golden Mind (3:45)
  6. Tough Doubt (feat John Duncan) (4:56)
  7. Psychic Determination/Self Explanation (4:20)
  8. Say Yes To Dub (4:53)
Review: "Say Yes To No" is the debut record from iDEAL Recordings label head Joachim Nordwall, aka the iDEALIST. It is an experimental affair couched in dub but run through with a sense of dread and plenty of noise. Expertly manipulated sound characterises each track - the distant drone of a factory floor, the hum and fizz of machines at work and the lumpy, loopy drums of automation. Fans of Adrian Sherwood's brain frying, punk influenced work are sure to lap up this most dark and dystopian dub exploration, and arresting vocal appearances from John Duncan and Jamaican poet Nazamba only heighten the whole experience.
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Brutalism (gatefold LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: PTKF 21551. Rel: 08 Aug 18
Punk/Hardcore
  1. Heel/Heal (3:26)
  2. Well Done (2:59)
  3. Mother (3:27)
  4. Date Night (3:08)
  5. Faith In The City (2:36)
  6. 1049 Gotho (3:49)
  7. Divide & Conquer (3:25)
  8. Rachel Khoo (3:27)
  9. Stendhal Syndrome (2:24)
  10. Exeter (4:00)
  11. Benzocaine (2:38)
  12. White Privilege (3:05)
  13. Slow Savage (3:32)
Review: Bristol's heavy post-punk groups Idles present their first full length album after a slew of records dating back to 2012. Brutalism collects the best of the bands antics, from vocals that shift from wailing snarls and smokey mob calls to punkish drawls, or the more spoken word and poetic emotional ballad that is album closer "Slow Savage". Guitars can thrash away or chill out melodically in the background, with the character of this album's songs striking up a familiar feeling of late-'90s punk to mid-2000s indie. Album highlights for us include "Mother", a song championing one woman's die hard working week, to the screeching, distorted anthem "Stendhal Syndrome".
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OYE
Cat: OYELP 002. Rel: 01 Feb 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Unity (intro) (1:36)
  2. Unity 4 Utopia (feat Mark De Clive-Lowe & Misumami) (5:29)
  3. Outersoace Connection (feat Steve Spacek & Harvey Sutherland) (5:16)
  4. The Heat (interlude) (3:01)
  5. Smarter (feat Tableek & Misumami) (4:26)
  6. Together (feat Colonel Red) (5:38)
  7. Candy Yam (skit) (2:23)
  8. Vibe On It (1:32)
  9. Freek (feat Mista Monk) (2:51)
  10. Some Space (feat Danielle Moore & Lay-Far) (5:45)
  11. She Likes (feat Saucy Lady) (3:56)
  12. Voyage (feat Kid Sublime) (3:10)
  13. Soul Profit (feat Dave Aju) (3:45)
  14. Rockin' Music (feat Recloose & Isaac Aesilli) (5:56)
Review: Jules Habib aka Inkswel touches down on Berlin's OYE label - the mythical shop's releasing wing - with an album of experimental soul and disco. In fact, we'd place this in the same category as many Stones Throw releases, meaning that it's pretty much genreless and absolutely sick. We start of with a heads-down, lighters out kinda jam with a slow tempo and a hip-hop vibe, and quickly move onto bumpier, synthier disco territories that simply make you wan to move. Across its nine tunes, we also hear shreds of the Detroit school of house, and the sort of cuts that Kyle Hall likes to pull out in his sets; all in all, it's just a great piece of dance music, and a diverse one at that!
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Em Paz (LP)
Cat: GOS 003LP. Rel: 14 Mar 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Wave Introduction (3:29)
  2. Sunset Salute (7:48)
  3. Mythical Sunflare (4:04)
  4. A Day Of Radiance (5:18)
  5. Mystic Motion (6:05)
  6. Healers On Fire (4:04)
  7. Melting (5:05)
  8. Ceifa (3:57)
Review: It's been a long time between drinks for Kaoru Inoue, who returns with a new album after five years away. This time round, and in keeping with the rules governing Groovement's Organic Series, the experienced Japanese producer has put together a set seemingly inspired by the early ambient of Brian Eno and Jon Hassell's "Fourth World" experiments. The latter's unique, hybrid electronic/acoustic approach can be heard in the tumbling guitars, strings and tablas of "Sunset Salute", or the sharp violins, cyclical electronics and post hip-hop beats of "Mythical Sunflare", while the meditative drones and yearning Jonny Nash guitars of "Mystic Motion" sound like a mythical studio hook-up between Terry Riley and Gaussian Curve. And so it goes on, with each track revealing itself as more masterful and majestic than its predecessor.
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Cat: DE 201. Rel: 16 Apr 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. My Boy (3:55)
  2. Do Not (2:18)
  3. Joyboy (1:43)
  4. Everybody's Gotta Mutate (3:36)
  5. Charade (5:42)
  6. Optimate Minimum (5:13)
Review: The members of Munich's Instant Music have all done their fair share of wonderful things throughout the 80s post-wave scene, but their one-off LP as Instant Music is the one that still gets all the praise, both from listeners and second-hand sharks, so it's only natural that the mythical Dark Entries have gone on to reissue it in all its glory. The 1981 album is a stand-out piece of work, managing to merge the very best of post-punk, synth-wave and, yes, even a little bit of proto-techno. The latter is heard mainly through its arrangements and bass tones, perfectly formed for dancefloor action...and domination. All of it is, of course, guided by the wonderfully subtle and minimalistic vocals of Marion Siekmann, who then went on to do great things with Ski Und Der Rest. Recommended!
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Cat: PJ 004. Rel: 08 Dec 16
Ambient/Drone
  1. Elegy For The Victors (4:31)
  2. The Heart Is A Vase (5:20)
  3. A Triumph Of Courage (4:43)
  4. New Lights Of May (2:55)
  5. A Lament Of What Was Lost (4:57)
  6. And For All She Never Forgave (5:53)
Review: A subtly appealing tape in a pink cover with an imposing artwork of highly erotic nuances: this cassette, originally promoted as "Candy-Coloured Sex-Shop Electronics", is the absolute gem of Internazionale's discography and is clearly destined to become a timeless modern classic. Together with the track "The Charnel House", included on the compilation Ny Dansk Romantik, the excellent craftsmanship of Elegy For The Victors quickly evoked the loyal admiration of listeners worldwide who were captivated by its charm. This earned the Danish artist a cult status and established him as an accomplished composer. The ambient music with an industrial flair of his earlier releases becomes organic in Elegy For The Victors and acquires life: a life depicting gorgeously melodious passages which tell a story of happy sadness or of sad happiness. Such narrative is constructed by means of a lo-fi but majestic and emotionally charged sensitivity, gentle waves of haunting loops, cinematic samples and sweet maritime sounds which will hypnotise you. This is the long-awaited remastered vinyl reissue with a new artwork which, beautifully and more appropriately, captures the melancholic essence of a masterpiece of rarefied elegance.
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Marauder (LP in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: OLE 11241. Rel: 24 Aug 18
Indie
  1. If You Really Love Nothing (4:25)
  2. The Rover (3:37)
  3. Complications (3:54)
  4. Flight Of Fancy (3:52)
  5. Stay In Touch (4:54)
  6. Interlude 1 (0:56)
  7. Montain Child (3:08)
  8. Nysmaw (3:16)
  9. Surveillance (4:12)
  10. Number 10 (3:13)
  11. Party's Over (3:37)
  12. Interlude 2 (0:56)
  13. It Probably Matters (4:06)
Review: Produced with the help of Flaming Lips and Mercury Rev producer Dave Fridmann, Interpol's iconic sound returns, a whopping 16 years after their acclaimed debut, Turn on the Bright Lights, and four years since their last: El Pintor. Guitars still twang and sparkle with spine tingling reverberation and the melancholy of Paul Banks vocals remains everlasting. There are grungier elements where rock and electronics take over from the emotional response of the bands sound, as heard in "Number 10", and while the dazzling impact of songs like "Obstacle 1" may be something else, there's no denying this groups heartmelthing longevity.
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Marauder (limited cream vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: OLE 11240. Rel: 24 Aug 18
Indie
  1. If You Really Love Nothing (4:25)
  2. The Rover (3:37)
  3. Complications (3:54)
  4. Flight Of Fancy (3:52)
  5. Stay In Touch (4:54)
  6. Interlude 1 (0:59)
  7. Montain Child (3:06)
  8. Nysmaw (3:16)
  9. Surveillance (4:11)
  10. Number 10 (3:15)
  11. Party's Over (3:37)
  12. Interlude 2 (1:00)
  13. It Probably Matters (4:08)
Review: Produced with the help of Flaming Lips and Mercury Rev producer Dave Fridmann, Interpol's iconic sound returns, a whopping 16 years after their acclaimed debut, Turn on the Bright Lights, and four years since their last: El Pintor. Guitars still twang and sparkle with spine tingling reverberation and the melancholy of Paul Banks vocals remains everlasting. There are grungier elements where rock and electronics take over from the emotional response of the bands sound, as heard in "Number 10", and while the dazzling impact of songs like "Obstacle 1" may be something else, there's no denying this groups heartmelthing longevity.
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El Pintor (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SOFTLIMIT 01LPW. Rel: 04 Sep 14
Indie
  1. All The Rage Back Home
  2. My Desire
  3. Anywhere
  4. Same Town, New Story
  5. My Blue Supreme
  6. Everything Is Wrong
  7. Breaker 1
  8. Ancient Ways
  9. Tidal Wave
  10. Twice As Hard
Review: Although Interpol have made remarks in interviews regarding their supposedly more happy-go-lucky demeanour in recent times, long-term fans of the band will be very happy to hear that El Pintor would suggest nothing of the kind is afoot. Indeed, this fifth album is as sepulchral as anything the band have done before. Yet after all, nobody does melancholia quite like this stylishly attired three-piece, who here summon up the widescreen sweep and nocturnal melodies of their game-changing 'Turn On The Bright Lights' whilst also adding a surfeit of new touches, with a falsetto joining Paul Banks' trademark lugubrious baritone in his vocal arsenal and walls of guitars coalescing into a glorious dream pop assault. A powerful new chapter from the all-powerful emperors of gloom.
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Cat: ECHOSPACE 3138. Rel: 07 Sep 17
Techno
  1. Amongst The Stars (Intrusion extended dub)
  2. Amongst The Stars (CV313 Submersion)
  3. Amongst The Stars (CV313 Immersion dub)
  4. Amongst The Stars (CV313 Disintegration dub)
  5. Amongst The Stars (Variant Etherscape)
Review: With Rod Modell putting the finishing touches to his next Deepchord album (due for release later in the year on Soma), Echospace partner Stephen Hitchell took the opportunity to record a new solo set of his own under the lesser-known Intrusion alias. "Amongst The Stars", a beguiling, 21-minute chunk of soft-focus dub techno smothered in spacey analogue electronics and the distant sound of traffic, is taken from that forthcoming album. Here, Hitchell's fine "Extended Dub" comes accompanied by a trio of varied but typically atmospheric translations from CV313 (AKA Hitchell and Modell), of which the astonishingly deep "Distintegration Dub" is probably our pick. On the second CD, Hitchell dons his ambient alias, Variant, and delivers an absorbing, CD-length "re-shape" that's as entrancing as it is quietly picturesque.
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Weed Garden (LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: SP 1255. Rel: 31 Aug 18
Folk/Americana
  1. What Hurts Worse (2:59)
  2. Waves Of Galveston (3:36)
  3. Last Of Your Rock 'n' Roll Heroes (3:22)
  4. Milkweed (3:21)
  5. Autumn Town Leaves (3:15)
  6. Talking To Fog (3:52)
Review: Iron & Wine, aka Samuel Beam (not to be confused with Father John Misty) is an crooning America folk singer-songwriter who's earned the right to sport the beard he does. The music here is a collection of songs that couldn't quite make it in time to find a place on his Grammy nominated album Beast Epic from last year, so they are neatly encapsulated in this heart-nourishing follow up. It's a nice strum through folky pastures that at points reach a bluesey coastline (maybe hi-fiving Donavon Frankenreiter along the way) in search of that warm campfire, somewhere nearby.
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Night Nurse (reissue) (heavyweight vinyl LP)
UMC
Cat: 538761 4. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Night Nurse (4:01)
  2. Stranger In Town (3:45)
  3. Objection Overruled (3:49)
  4. Hot Stepper (4:12)
  5. Cool Down The Pace (5:11)
  6. Material Man (3:30)
  7. Not The Way (3:48)
  8. Sad To Know (You're Leaving) (4:09)
Review: Although the titular track might have been somewhat spoiled by a certain TV advert, the rest of Gregory Isaacs' most well known album still stands up. Lazy reggae rhythms are permeated by sparkly synth work from Wally Badarou, which at the time was a brave and progressive move away from traditional reggae and toward the ensuing sound of dancehall. Isaac's own buttery, laid back musings are front and centre, crystal clear and delicate throughout, always complimented by dainty piano chords that sink you deep into a dreamworld. The production throughout is first class, too, making this a true classic.
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Cat: MRBLP 191. Rel: 11 Apr 19
International
  1. I've Got To Use My Imagination (3:53)
  2. Bongo Rock (2:43)
  3. Do It Til You're Satisfied (3:56)
  4. Hey Jude (4:04)
  5. El Condor Pasa (4:11)
  6. Pick Up The Pieces (4:45)
  7. Love Is The Answer (3:36)
  8. I Shot The Sheriff (4:16)
  9. Let's Start (3:50)
  10. Boogie On Raggae Woman (5:18)
Review: Originally released in 1975, "Back To Rhythm" is one of the crowning glories of Akira Ishikawa's glittering career. The Japanese drummer turned his hand to countless wonderful records over his career, but this one was surely one of the best. Mr Bongo seem to think so, and they're giving it a proper reissue treatment. There are funk breaks galore embedded in this joyously upbeat, irresistibly groovy sound, where the horns parp with clarity and the guitar licks cartwheel through airy mixes. Managing to be both fulsome and loud without coming over too heavy, Ishikawa's sprightly take on instrumental funk has never sounded better than on this release.
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Kaybola (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: ZZZV 19002. Rel: 02 Aug 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Dimitro (4:38)
  2. Kaybola (4:20)
  3. Zebra (6:47)
  4. Hold Your Breath (3:11)
  5. Sahara (5:52)
  6. Lumiere (feat The Swan & The Lake & Langkilde) (6:22)
  7. Marakesh (3:32)
  8. Jambo Maro (5:27)
  9. Sem Voce (feat DJ Pippi & Copenema) (6:26)
  10. Khepre (6:31)
  11. Shu! (6:15)
  12. Lamani (3:54)
  13. Island Dub (3:57)
  14. Rama (feat Troels Hammer & Langkilde & Perfect Plush) (6:53)
  15. Sumeru (5:02)
Review: Islandman is the artistic alias of Tolga Boyuk, a Turkish producer whose 2017 debut album "Rest In Space" effortlessly joined the dots between occidental exotica, psychedelia and evocative, synth-laden Balearic beats. His second album "Kaybola" offers a similarly ear-catching and mind-altering blend of early morning mysticism, off-kilter downtempo grooves, spiraling psychedelic instrumentation and quirky cuts that defy lazy categorization. It's a formula that guarantees intriguing, enjoyable and often surprising results, with highlights including the Middle Eastern dub disco extravaganza "Lumiere Et Penombre (feat The Swan & The Lake & Langkilde)", the spacey Balearic chug of "Khepre" and the languid brilliance of "Island Dub".
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