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Singles
  1. Turnin' Headz (5:28)
  2. Noise Theory (5:51)
  3. Otherside (5:00)
  4. Day 1 (5:45)
Review: Assembler Code & Jensen Interceptor are one of electro's most devastating duos right now. Mechatronica welcome them for four more hard hitting jams after their "Vapour Waves" EP on this label got plenty of people talking. These are tunes with an old school feel that will blow up your bass bins and tear apart your tweeters with their mix of low end heaviness and bright melodic patterns. Superbly urgent drum programming sweeps you off your feet and races you through astral skies on "Noise Theory", "Otherwise" has a raggedy-ass broken beat and "Day 1" has a blistering bassline of the highest order.
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Gespielt von: DeFeKT, Ali Renault
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  1. Bart Skils - "West Of The Moon" (7:09)
  2. Secret Cinema & Reinier Zonneveld - "Pain Thing" (6:41)
  3. Pig & Dan - "Pushing On" (6:56)
  4. Juliet Fox - "Wanted Me" (6:57)
Review: Over two decades into its lifespan, Adam Beyer's Drumcode imprint keeps evolving and excelling, pushing techno forward while remaining wholly respectful of its roots. On Part 3 of A Sides Vol 7, Beyer brings in the scene's top guns to expertly execute some main room peak-time action. On the first side, it's an undeniably Dutch affair with Amsterdam hero Bart Skils stepping up to deliver the deeply hypnotic tunnel vision of "West Of The Moon", while veterans Secret Cinema & Reinier Zonneveld deliver the darkly druggy dancefloor drama of "Pain Thing". On the flip, Pig & Dan should need no introduction and are in fine form as always on the adrenalised "Pushing On" while ascendant Aussie Juliet Fox similarly impresses on "Wanted Me".
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White Hot (7")
Cat: JAL 287V. Rel: 15 Nov 18
Funk
  1. Basement Freaks - "White Hot" (feat Kylie Auldist - Basement Freaks remix) (3:39)
  2. John Turrell - "Won't Get Fooled Again" (Basement Freaks remix) (4:20)
Review: Fizzing funkateers Basement Freaks can usually be relied upon to bring the dancefloor goods. That's certainly the case on this dancefloor-focused seven-inch. On the A-side they rework one of their own classic cuts, offering a punchier and heavier take on 2016 Kylie Auldist collaboration "White Hot". Rich in flash-friend funk guitars, crunchy breaks and life-affirming horns, their new revision is undoubtedly more DJ-friendly than the original album version. Turn to the flip to hear their tidy new take on Smoove collaborator John Turrell's 2013 cut "Won't Get Fooled Again", which they cannily refurbish as a wobble bass-propelled chunk of P-funk flavoured dancefloor soul.
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FKD (hand-numbered 12" limited to 295 copies)
Cat: WRDUBS 07. Rel: 24 Sep 19
Deep Dubstep
  1. Chad Dubz - "FKD" (4:54)
  2. JFO - "Destroyer Of Worlds" (5:35)
Review: For the seventh salvo on Well Rounded Records' "Well Rounded Dubs" series, the hard-working Brighton crew has secured tracks from two hard-working and well-regarded producers. Bristol based Chad Dubz handles side A, reaching for the weirdo effects, psychedelic electronics, sub-heavy bass and head-nodding beats on bleeping post-dub head-nodder "FKD" (think Mad Professor after overdosing on LSD and you're close). Over on side B Manchester's JFO takes over and treats us to a particularly deep dubstep excursion where creepy effects, ricocheting percussion sounds and horror style spoken word samples cluster around crunchy beats and a suitably sustained sub-bass motif.
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Cat: ERS 038. Rel: 10 Dec 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Marine (Woo version) (4:35)
  2. AA Cleo (Felicia Atkinson version) (3:19)
Review: Alexis Georgopoulos and Jefre Cantu-Ledesma's Fragments Of A Season was one of the highlights of Emotional Response's output in 2017, centred around blissful, Balearic instrumentation that shone a spotlight on the considerable talents of these accomplished artists. Now the label is revisiting the material with a couple of finely selected versions, the first coming from Emotional regulars Woo, who dutifully inject "Marine" with their effervescent, otherworldly expressions and create a glistening masterpiece in the process. Felicia Atkinson then tackles "AA Cleo" and sends it out onto the horizon in a haze of reverb romanticism, muffled percussive rumbles and murmuring vocals.
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Cat: EL 006. Rel: 20 May 19
Progressive House
  1. Samana (Levant mix) (8:15)
  2. Far At Sea (4:26)
  3. Samana (Lazare Hoche edit) (9:34)
Review: Julien Jabre's Elias Productions returns with this sterling new package from the esteemed French producer. "Samana EP" kicks off with the Levant mix of the title track, which is a bombastic peak time cut loaded with emotional tension and release thanks to a powerful lead that reaches skywards like the crescendo of an unforgettable open air set. "Far At Sea" is a change of tempo that locks into a low slung groove without sacrificing the bold compositional surges that typify Jabre's approach in the studio. Lazare Hoche come on board to deliver an edit of "Samana" that nudges the wild peaks and valleys of the original towards a more steadfast, streamlined dancefloor workout.
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Cat: GLITS 011R. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Don't You Want My Love (Joe Claussell 1986 Reel To Reel edit) (8:54)
  2. Don't You Want My Love (Cratebug More Love remix) (9:06)
Review: Defected's fabulous Glitterbox off-shoot has thankfully repressed these two fist pumping disco remixes of Debbie Jacobs' classic "Don't You Want My Love". Stepping up on the a-side is the master of the mix, EQer extraordinaire and founder of the legendary Body & Soul party, Joe Claussell. His remix is perfect for said New York party with its loose percussion, big string stabs and relentless disco drums. Cratebug strips things back to a more functional and contemporary club track that builds in layers, with subtle filters bringing the tension until finally he lets the groove drop, no doubt to devastating scenes on the dance floor.
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Orbital Dream EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: JROOM 001. Rel: 07 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Levar Del Sole (6:30)
  2. Orbital Dream (6:31)
  3. Orbital Dream (Cosmjn remix) (7:34)
  4. Eclipse (5:38)
Review: J Room steps up with a contribution to the minimal tech house conversation that sees emergent artist Jale making a strong statement with three powerful original tracks and a remix from Cosmjn. Jale's style leans on Detroit string synths for a sense of melancholic grandeur, and densely packed rhythm sections that bump as much as they punch. "Orbital Dream" takes things in a dreamy after hours direction, and "Eclipse" works up some rugged synth trysts that snap around a subtly broken beat. Cosmjn's remix of "Orbital Dream" is not to be slept on either as it subtly adjusts the accent of the groove to make an immersive tech house roller par excellence.
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In The Basement (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: FLIP 007. Rel: 28 May 19
Soul
  1. Etta James & Sugar Pie Desanto - "In The Basement" (Soul Flip edit) (3:20)
  2. John Gary Williams - "My Sweet Lord" (Soul Flip edit) (3:59)
Review: On their latest limited edition salvo, the hardworking Soul Flip crew (AKA experienced DJs and producers Aldo Vanucci and Del Gazeebo) gets to work on two more stomping dancefloor cuts from the golden age of soul. First up on side A is a gently tooled-up and tightened up take on Etta James and Sugar Pie DeSanto's 1966 floor-heater "In The Basement", a hybrid soul-jazz/rhythm and blues jam rich in rubbery double bass, bustling drums, restless handclaps and brilliant lead vocals from the two legendary soul singers. On the flip they tackle Memphis musician John Gary Williams' 1972 cover of George Harrison's "My Sweet Lord", which brilliantly re-imagines the former Beatles' spiritual song as a sweaty gospel-soul stomper.
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Bosh! (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CB 008. Rel: 24 Jun 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Bosh! (6:38)
  2. Pol (7:43)
  3. Hallucinate (9:10)
Review: Constant Black continues its superb string of releases with this latest outing for the imprints close affiliate Michael James. The label run by Burnski and Jon Woodall hands things back to James for an outing of deep minimal grooves. "Bosh!" starts things out just how you would expect with a title like that, strong punching swinging rhythms ready to sway any party. "Pol" and "Hallucinate" keep the momentum going with sleek minimal works, which are sure to be utilised across the globe this summer!



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  1. Catch Me If You Can (Huerta remix) (7:44)
  2. Stormy Skies (Nick Beringer 7am dub) (6:42)
  3. Reservoir (Pascal Benjamin remix) (7:25)
  4. Catch Me If You Can (Jorge Savoretti Ethereal dub) (7:08)
Review: Michael James' "Winds Of Change" EP was a big look for Constant Black, and now the eminent minimal house label draws on a hit list of sharp shooters to deliver some deadly remixes. Huerta is up first with an angular but rolling dub twist on "Catch Me If You Can", before Nick Beringer pings things in a wonderfully hazy direction with his "7am Dub" of "Stormy Skies". Pascal Benjamin gets into a tight, focused funk on his version of "Reservoir", and then Jorge Savoretti flies in an "Ethereal Dub" of "Catch Me If You Can".
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Gespielt von: Burnski, Subb-an, Lola Allen
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From Detroit To Madrid (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MATE 001. Rel: 11 Feb 19
Deep House
  1. Javonntte - "Tomorrow's People" (6:20)
  2. Javonntte - "Miles Davis 77" (5:29)
  3. Jesus Gonsev - "Spectre" (7:27)
  4. Jesus Gonsev & Javonntte - "Feel The Beat In The Air" (5:55)
Review: Madrid-based label Mate makes a strong first impression with this assured slab of deep house goodness from Jesus Gonsev and Javonntte. Javonntte needs little introduction - the US producer and vocalist has forged a strong legacy in just a short time from NDATL and Sistrum Recordings to Skylax and Quintessentials. Gonsev has been active for many years, previously appearing on labels like Troubled Kids and more recently deepArtSounds and Altered Moods. As you might expect then, the vibe is heartfelt and mature on this 12", not least when the two team up for the bumping "Feel The Beat In The Air".
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The Various Vol 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PS 03. Rel: 11 Feb 19
Deep House
  1. Owen Jay - "Bipyramid" (5:39)
  2. Melchior Sultana - "Paris" (5:55)
  3. Colkin - "In My Soul" (feat Javonntte) (6:51)
  4. Deep88 - "U Are A Deaf Man" (5:28)
Review: Melchior Sultana's Profound Sound label hits its third release with some seriously deep-diving tones from those closest to the label. Owen Jay has long been a sparring partner to Sultana, and he's on fine form here with the understated immersion and snaking rhythms of "Bipyramid." Sultana himself is next up with the shimmering, smoky "Paris", while Colkin and Javonntte kick off the B side with the gorgeous vocal tones of "In My Soul". Deep88 finishes the record off with a little old-skool flavour, all driving drum machine jack and tweaked out techno synth expressions as melodic as they are futuristic.
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DB7 003 (40 gram vinyl 7")
Cat: DB7 003. Rel: 20 May 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. FKA Lany (4:17)
  2. Drakon (4:29)
Review: Operating out of Saint Petersburg, Kito Jempere has been bringing a broad church of influences to bear on his vintage grooves for labels including Pleasure Unit, Bordello A Parigi, Bahnsteig 23 and many more. Now he's the latest to lend his touch to Duca Bianco's series of 7" edits, following strong entries from Cherrystones and Tom Bolas. A side cut, "FKA Lany," is a slow and bombastic jam with a boogie-tastic lead and oodles of swooning female vocals, while the flip tackles a Thomas Leer classic with lashings of Oriental mysticism. Both tracks should suit eclectic spinners with a taste for 80s production.

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Cat: RHM 029. Rel: 11 Dec 18
Deep House
  1. Pinball Lizard (6:53)
  2. Yellow Jackets Descend (5:04)
  3. Minor 7 Resin (6:33)
Review: Amsterdam based producer Jordan 'GCZ' Czamanski wears many hats, whether as part of Juju & Jordash, Magic Mountain High or as part of Mulholland Free Clinic with David Moufang. He now makes his solo debut on Rush Hour with this awesome EP of neon treasures. From the funky old school techno vibe of "Pinball Lizzard" with its wayward melodies and cracking rhythms (on what the label best described themselves as 'a multi-ball dancefloor battle against the Grand Lizard') to the smooth neon-lit deepness of "Minor 7 Resin" - it's another terrific effort from a true hero of the underground.
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Cat: BB 09. Rel: 03 Dec 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Joutro Mundo - "Revele" (6:12)
  2. JKRIV - "Povo De Zambi" (6:01)
Review: Barefoot Beats is a series of EPs released on Mareh Music, a record label based in Sao Paulo whose people are also the curators of the Mareh music festival in Boipeba - a remote island in Bahia. For their label's ninth edition, Rio de Janeiro's Joutro Mundo (Midnight Riot/Outra) delivers an edit of a lovely neon-lit boogie down number on "Revele", while on the flip the man from New York City Jkriv (Razor-N-Tape) gets a deep, soulful and life-affirming number into the mix with "Povo De Zambi".
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Raw Joints #6.2 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SLPFNK 021. Rel: 20 May 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Lopaski - "Relapse" (6:53)
  2. Pascal Benjamin - "Mutual" (7:07)
  3. JAMM - "Borneo Beats" (5:15)
  4. SE62 - "Fear" (5:17)
Review: The always on-point SlapFunk continues its sixth round of Raw Joints with another four razor sharp jams from a gifted contingent of contemporary producers. Lopaski actually delivers something with the delicacy of Jan Jelinek's finest early micro house productions, but strapped to a more pronounced rhythmic undercarriage. Pascal Benjamin gets into a quintessential minimal house groove that sounds right at home on SlapFunk, while JAMM brings a tougher set of beats to the table. SE62 rounds things off with the loose and limber shuffle of "Fear", which doffs a cap to garage while keeping things dark and deadly.
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EYA 005 (12" limited to 300 copies)
Eya
Cat: EYA 005. Rel: 01 Jul 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Manuk & Oli Silva - "Nevermind The Crispies" (5:55)
  2. Eliaz - "Verdico" (7:06)
  3. Meta 4 - "Urnammu" (7:45)
  4. Jorge Gamarra - "Dypac" (5:42)
Review: There's a certain air of buy-on-sight mystique around EYA Records, somewhere between the low-key presentation of the music and the cult artists they're calling on to realise their particular vision of deviant dancefloor business. This is unabashed freaky party tackle, from Manuk & Oli Silva's delirious B-movie jack track "Nevermind The Crispies" to the uneasy electro snarl of "Verdico". Meta 4 has equally nightmarish moods to share on the graveyard acid of "Urnammu" and Jorge Gamarra seals the deal with the schlocky braindance horror of "Dypac". It's the kind of record that you'll be reaching for come Halloween, trust.



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LONEWOLF 001 (limited 140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LONEWOLF 001. Rel: 22 Jul 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Meta4 - "Four Body Centers" (7:20)
  2. Jorge Gamarra - "Pact" (6:36)
  3. Twophaseu - "Langan" (6:19)
  4. Meta4 - "666blank" (6:47)
Review: EYA Records branch out with this crafty, wriggling slab of freaky techno diversions on new imprint Lonewolf. Meta4 twists all kinds of gnarly subversion out of "Four Body Centers," where the funk of foundational Detroit techno collides with the rampant machine messing of UK acid for stunning results. There's an eerie ghost train vibe hovering over Jorge Gamarra's "Pact", while "Langan" by Twophaseu drops a fresh UK twist on electro. Meta4 returns to bookend this ear-snagging EP with the equally catchy oddball trysts of "666blank", another devilishly deviant slice of underground party music for the ghoulish crew.
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EP 2 (12")
Cat: DDRWAX 06. Rel: 09 Jan 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Michael The Lion - "Direction NYC" (5:47)
  2. Michael The Lion - "Don't Know" (7:05)
  3. Jay Airiness - "Jazzy Mind" (7:28)
  4. Jay Airiness - "Disco Dance" (6:26)
Review: Fresh from the success of their first split 12" on Diggin' Deeper, Michael The Lion and Jay Airiness return to the imprint with more hot-to-trot, dancefloor-ready re-edits. It's the former who handles side A with the bouncy, percussion-laden disco-funk romp that is "Direction NYC" (all razor-sharp Chic style guitars riffs, booming slap bass and dense drums) before putting his stamp on a hazy, horn-heavy disco stepper that should be familiar to a few dusty-fingered diggers. Airiness, on the other hand, starts his side with the trading horn solos, fluttering flutes, jazz-funk tropes and busy slap-bass of "Jazzy Mind", before reaching for the stars via the celebratory disco release of "Disco Dance".
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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: MachineSampler 002. Rel: 03 Dec 18
Techno
  1. Steffi - "Gentle Uplift" (6:16)
  2. Jeroen Search - "Ostinato Pattern" (4:56)
  3. Robert Hood - "Gun Talk" (Ben Sims JFF edit) (5:28)
  4. ROD - "Embase" (5:35)
Review: Ben Sims' Machine mix is loaded with exclusive gems which get a full-fat airing on this series of samplers. After a strong first round, another four crucial cuts from the heavyweight end of Sims' contact list get packed onto one highly desirable 12". First up is Berlin mainstay Steffi, who threads a hypnotic array of rhythmic elements together into the deep but energising "Gentle Uplift". Jeroen Search then edges the record a little further into the depths with the loopy, sonar bleep immersion of "Ostinato Pattern." Robert Hood's snarling, muscular "Gun Talk" gets the edit treatment from Sims himself, and then the record rounds off with the pumping stabs and irrepressible funk of ROD's "Embase".
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Soul Flip Edits 6 (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: FLIP 006. Rel: 21 Jan 19
Soul
  1. The Temptations - "I Can't Get Next To You" (Wonderlove re-edit) (3:54)
  2. Jack Hammer - "Swim" (Wonderlove short re-edit) (3:55)
Review: Wonderlove is the re-editor at the controls for the latest edition of the Soul Flip reworks series, which this time boasts tidy rearrangements of killer cuts from the Temptations and Jack Hammer. It's the former's 1969 single "I Can't Get Next To You" that gets the rework treatment first, with Wonderlove making merry with the track's jangling piano riffs, hybrid rock/soul groove, insatiable vocals and much-sampled drum breaks (which get extended for added dancefloor pleasure). If you're in the mood for something heavier and fuzzier, the "Short Re-Edit" of Jack Hammer's insatiable, spiraling funk workout "Swim" will have you dancing like you've got ants in your pants.
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Cat: LC 002. Rel: 24 Dec 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Javaroo - "Breakin In"
  2. Marti Caine - "Love The Way You Love Me"
Review: Love Circle returns for a second release, digging deep into the misty past of golden era disco and finding rare gold for the reissue market to rejoice at. This time it's the work of Barry Blue and two projects he produced in the early 80s, lovingly re-edited for maximum dancefloor pleasure by Velvet Season & The Hearts Of Gold (aka gerry Rooney and Joel Martin). First up is surefire party starter "Breakin In" by Javaroo, and on the flip it's low down seduction workout "Love The Way You Love Me" by Marti Cane getting a fresh airing for all vintage-minded dancers and DJs.
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Alben
ECM
Cat: 674320 2. Rel: 16 Jan 19
Jazz
  1. Meaning Of The Blues
  2. All The Things You Are
  3. It Never Entered My Mind
  4. The Masquerade Is Over
  5. God Bless The Child
Review: In January 1983, pianist Keith Jarrett, double bassist Gary Peacock and drummer Jack DeJohnette headed to the Power Station studio in New York City to record fresh interpretations of some of their favourite jazz cuts. The results were eventually released on two acclaimed albums, the first of which - "Standards, Volume 1" - is here reissued on CD for the first time since 1985. It remains a fine set, with some genuinely inspired, eye-opening revisions. For example, their version of Billie Holliday's "God Bless The Child" is a gospel-tinged chunk of sun-bright instrumental soul-jazz brilliance, while their take on 1930s Broadway musical number "All The Things You Are" is skittish, intense and high-octane, with Peacock providing restless bass and Jarrett improvising some sensational piano solos.
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JD TWITCH/VARIOUS
Kreaturen Der Nacht (unmixed CD)
Cat: STRUT 196CD. Rel: 09 Nov 18
Indie
  1. Leben Und Arbeiten - "Amanita"
  2. Malaria! - "Your Turn To Run (I Will Be Your Only One)"
  3. Ausserhalb - "Zeitzelle"
  4. Die Haut - "Der Karibische Western"
  5. Aus Lauter Liebe - "Pingelig"
  6. Mania D - "Track 4"
  7. ExKurs - "Fakten"
  8. Christiane F - "Wunderbar" (JD Twitch edit)
  9. Sprung Aus Den Wolken - "Dub & Die"
  10. P1/E - "Up And Above/Up & Above Dub"
  11. Franz Erlmeier & Fritz Kostler - "Offnen Sie Mal Ihre Tasche"
  12. Populare Mechanik - "Scharfer Schnitt (No 1)"
  13. Andreas Dorau - "Fred Vom Jupiter"
  14. Weltklang - "Veb Heimat"
  15. Stefan Bloser - "Voyager One"
  16. Matthias Schuster - "An Rah Robeel"
Review: When it comes to compilation making there's probably no two safer names in the art than Strut Records and Optimo's JD Twitch (and maybe the one Trevor Jackson too). This time around though, surprise surprise, Twitch collides a choice selection of oddball rarities and mythical classics from Germany's original post-punk and DIY scene, and in the process gives the behemoth Vinyl-on-demand label a dashing run for its money. There's a staggering amount of music to be discovered here that will send your mind running down one of Berlin's dank strasses or a Dresden ditch, but after hearing tracks like "Your Turn To Run" by Malaria! or Twitch's own edit of Christiane F "Wunderbar" you may be left wondering why you've been listening to Talking Heads and "Eisbear" this whole time.
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Cat: BHILL 004. Rel: 08 Jul 19
International
  1. A1 (6:41)
  2. N1 (7:25)
  3. N2 (5:55)
  4. A2 (feat Loa Myst & Nu Fvnk) (7:25)
  5. A2 (feat Loa Myst & Nu Fvnk - El Buho remix) (6:53)
  6. A1 (Sooma remix) (7:32)
Review: The Banana Hill crew continue in their quest to represent some of the finest sounds transmitting from the African continent, this time showcasing the immersive ruminations of Kenya's Jinku. "A1" takes a seriously deep trip into stripped back house percussion and atmospheric vocal chants, while "N1" sports a more jagged rhythm section that meanders through emotive suites of sound before the mellower downtempo mood of "N2". On the flip, "A2" features moody vocal turns from Loa Myst and Nu Fvnk that suit the laconic house structure, which El Buho gently nudges into a more crooked remix without losing the heady atmosphere. Sooma then tackles "A1" and ups the bass-led house pressure with a measured touch that respectfully embellishes the original.




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BBE
Cat: BBE 448CCD. Rel: 23 Nov 18
Jazz
  1. Billy Bang's Survival Ensemble - "Illustration"
  2. Michael Sardaby - "Martinica"
  3. Kafe - "Fonetik A Velo"
  4. The Theo Loevendie Consort - "Timbuktu"
  5. The Jazz Committee For Latin American Affairs - "Ismaaa"
  6. Armand Lemal - "Souffle" (part 2)
  7. Masabumi Kikuchi - "Pumu #1"
  8. Joe Malinga & Southern African Force - "ITwenty Five"
Review: IF-Music record store chief Jean-Claude has quickly become one of BBE's go-to men when it comes to putting together compilations of obscure jazz gems. This eight-track selection of gems sourced from "the four corners of the globe" was curated in cahoots with fellow record dealer Victor Kiswell and follows hot on the heels of two volumes of the "A Journey Into Deep Jazz" series. There's much to admire, from the piano-powered springtime sweetness of Joe Malinga and Southern African Force's "ITwenty Five", the slowly building spiritual jazz-funk of Kafe's "Fonetik a Velo", to the bongo and organ-rich deepness of Armand Lemal's "Souffle".
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