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Singles
RCA
Cat: 7PR 65002. Rel: 21 Nov 18
Soul
  1. Would You Believe In Me (2:27)
  2. Kuenda (3:12)
Review: This excellent seven-inch single mines the rich seam of Terry Callier style folk-soul that is Jon Lucien's incredible 1973 album "Rashida". On the A-side you'll find the brilliantly breezy, horn-heavy samba-soul sunshine of "Would You Believe In Me", a song so beloved to Lucien that he re-recorded it several times later in his career. On the B-side you'll find the arguably even sweeter and more loved-up "Kuenda", where Lucien delivers attractive scat-style, double-racked freestyle vocals over a backing track rich in finger-picked folk guitar arpeggio lines and atmospheric field recordings of nature. It's a joyously simple track, but one that will stay with you for hours after you've put the record back on the shelf.
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Cat: PRTR 17. Rel: 16 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (7:57)
  2. Track 2 (7:57)
Review: The likes of Steve O'Sullivan, Baby Ford and Norm Talley have appeared on the somewhat overlooked Sushitech sub-label Pariter since 2006. Its latest release comes from Romanian trio Lisiere Collectif, who bring the techno sound of Bucharest to you on the first installment of Unknown Credentials. Member Andu Simion is well known for his rolling and glacial grooves, and in conjunction with Bogdan Ardeleanu and Dan Gheorghe they serve up two emotive and soulful excursions. The untitled A side offering is a driving, hypnotic and overall evocative journey with an undeniable nod to the Motor City sound that you could imagine Delano Smith pumping out in the AM hours. On the B side it is a more parochial affair, yet well worthy - a bumping and funky groove that's right in line with their hometown's renowned sound.
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Recons Two (12")
Cat: LNS 2. Rel: 15 Jul 19
Electro
  1. Recons Two (4:11)
  2. Ecumene (4:10)
  3. 37th Degree (DJ Sotofett's dubfix) (3:30)
  4. Pravic (5:00)
  5. Lehkist (4:38)
  6. To Be Continued (2:52)
Review: Fresh from another killer collaboration with regular studio sparring partner E-GZR on Wania, Laura "LNS" Sparrow goes solo and offers up the second volume in her ongoing "Recons" series. It's another confident and hugely entertaining affair, with Sparrow flitting between electro-influenced space funk ("Recon Two"), deep and dubbed out breakbeat shufflers ("Ecumene"), sunrise ready analogue deep house warmth ("Prahvist"), bleep and bass influenced machine techno ("Lehkist") and spacey ambient beauty ("To Be Continued"). Old pal DJ Sotofett is also on hand to remix "37th Degree" in a typically warm and woozy dubbed-out manner.
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Cat: PRTR 18. Rel: 16 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (6:30)
  2. Track 2 (6:07)
  3. Track 3 (6:37)
Review: Sushitech's sub label Pariter has already released timeless records from the likes of Delano Smith, Steve O'Sullivan, Baby Ford and Norm Talley to name a few and this new release of the Romanian group Lisiere Collectif is no exception!

Unknown Credentials is a project of 5 tracks released on 2 single records. A sides on both parts are absolutely massive, acid lines and hypnotic chords peak time tracks that will shake any proper sound system with some serious bass extension! B sides are deeper and have more modern, fresh electroish vibe that we love!

Fans of Ricardo Villalobos & Craig Richards b2b sets are going to find it gold! Don't sleep!!
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Cat: EUDEMONIA 002. Rel: 30 Oct 18
Electro
  1. Glider (4:13)
  2. The Minister (3:43)
  3. Plateau Rosa (6:02)
  4. Theme Of Perception (3:33)
Review: Eudemonia was founded in 2017 with the goal to release versatile electronic music and to create a platform for visual art. Inaugurated by a terrific release by electro veteran Emile Facey aka Plant43, they now have an Irish purveyor of the deep taking up the reins on their second release: the Theme Of Perception EP by Leopoldo Rosa. He has definitely branched out in recent years, with surprising releases for labels diverse as Idle Hands, Slow Motion and locals Lunar Disko - where he dabbled in similar visions of electro as heard on the fierce electro funk of "Glider" - but these expressions are much more evocative and bittersweet. From the vintage electronics reminiscent of Kraftwerk on the dreamscape of "The Minister" to the deeply emotive "Plateau Rosa" - the guy's on point as always.
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Enter The Maze (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DN 002. Rel: 04 Mar 19
Deep House
  1. A History Of Warmth (6:59)
  2. Enter The Maze (6:30)
  3. LFO Reprise (6:28)
  4. Smoke (5:34)
Review: Vincent Floyd's Dawn Notes label scores a big one here with a new release from the legendary Chicago house producer Wyndell Long. Long's legacy reaches back to the '90s when he landed himself a deal with Peacefrog Records, kick starting a prolific run through all kinds of labels from Fiji to Isophlux, Djax-Up-Beats and beyond. You can hear the experience woven into his productions, but they're far from throwback jack tracks. "A History Of Warmth" is a heady opener, all submerged bass and hazy pads. "Enter The Maze" is a little more forthright but still comfortably rocking in the deeper end of the house music pool, but then "LFO Reprise" flips the script on the B side with a pepped up set of box beats and nagging synth lines to make heads turn. "Smoke" rounds the EP out with dusty samples and streamlined rhythms - a functional, funky workout.
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Cat: WANIAPRE 121. Rel: 05 Feb 19
Electro
  1. LNS & E GZR - "Crypto Stock" (5:37)
  2. E GZR - "Beatdown" (Wania 12" mix) (4:00)
Review: This tasty 12" marks a welcome return to action for "metalurgic funk" maestro E-GZR, a shadowy, publicity shy producer whose occasional outings on Sex Tags offshoot Wania are rarely less than essential. The headline attraction here is the saucer-eyed geezer's collaboration with Vancouver's Laura Sparrow AKA LNS. Entitled "Crypto Stock", the track offers a deliciously spacey, funk-fuelled trip into deep electro territory that offers a near perfect balance between weighty dancefloor chops and ear-catching home listening fare. On the flip, E-GZR goes solo, wrapping more deep space chords, jammed-out synth lines and bustling bass around a suitably fuzzy bassline and redlined TR-808 drums.
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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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  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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Vol 4 (40 gram vinyl 7")
Cat: TURB 017. Rel: 22 Jul 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Keeping Up With The Commodore (3:17)
  2. Whatever Happened To The Hippies? (4:32)
Review: Turbotrax was an intermittent curio that belched out of the Bristol underground in a fit of tongue in cheek edits and samples back in the '00s. Someone's clearly rebooted the mainframe and brought this elusive collective out of hiding for another bout of cheeky lifts from more esoteric corners of culture. Library Vultures says it all - this is the work of dedicated diggers pulling forgotten bits n' pieces out of retirement, such as, on the A side here, the storming theme to a Commodore advert, and giving it a buff up more extended retro-pleasure. "Whatever Happened To The Hippies?" on the flip is a more light-hearted affair with a jaunty lilt and a message of positivity for all.
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Gespielt von: 45 Live
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AESTHETIC 02 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AESTHETIC 02. Rel: 01 Jul 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Getting There (7:22)
  2. Dubdiver (6:27)
  3. Watercooler (6:56)
  4. Blind Trip (7:26)
Review: Aesthetic got off to a strong start with a various artist release from rising talents Nick Beringer, Niko Maxen, Stevn.aint.levn and Sy. Now they return with a solo release from LOY, who's previously been spotted on labels like Minim and Laate. You can expect sleek and refined minimal house grooves of the highest order, warm and dubby but equally honed for the more energetic hours of the party. "Dubdiver" is especially immersive with its shimmering ripples of brain-massaging melodic content, while "Blind Trip" takes things in a more brooding, emotive direction for duskier moments in the midst of the endless house shuffle.




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  1. Vincent Inc - "Rayskoye Mesto" (Vincent Floyd remix) (6:43)
  2. Lola Allen & Vincent Inc - "Gonna Be Alright" (5:00)
  3. Lola Allen & Vincent Inc - "NuDisco Book 1" (7:25)
  4. Vincent Inc - "Time Machine" (Julian Sanza remix) (6:22)
Review: 14th Level Of Paradise come good with another stunning selection of high grade jams from core members of their crew. Vincent Floyd drops a remix of Vincent Inc that leans in heavy on a wistful early 90s sound that splits the difference between B12, Stasis and Larry Heard. Lola Allen and Vincent Inc's "Gonna Be Alright" takes things slower and spacier, while their "NuDisco Book 1" locks into a classic slice of disco funk to set the floor ablaze. Julian Sanza remixes Vincent Inc's "Time Machine" to close out the EP, taking a sophisticated, sweet natured approach to disco house.
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West Coast Dance Traxx Vol 2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: 12DEEP 003V. Rel: 05 Aug 19
Deep House
  1. Ricky Tinez - "That Day" (dub mix) (4:59)
  2. Akumen - "Inner Life (All Of Music)" (6:39)
  3. Le Smoove - "G Groovez" (6:01)
  4. Urbanite - "Triple Filtered" (6:18)
Review: Representing Californian house music culture with its heart on its sleeve, 12 Inches Deep return for a second volume of "West Coast Dance Traxx" that features four up and comers from the underground. Ricky Tinez captures a perfect hazy summer mood on the dub mix of "That Day" - a true product of his environment. Akumen brings a sweatier vibe to "Inner Life (All Of Music)" which captures a little Chi-town pressure and then blows it wide open with some choice organ licks. Le Smoove is on a serious garage tip with "G Groovez" and Urbanite reaches skywards with the utterly infectious "Triple Filtered", spilling good vibes out from every angle.
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  1. Blues For You (Danny J Lewis rework) (5:41)
  2. Blues For You (Marc Cotterell rework) (7:50)
Review: Plastik People cast their gaze back to a garage house staple and give it a new lease of life on this cool and deadly white label. The original "Blues For You" by Logic is a pinnacle on the Strictly Rhythm catalogue - some might say untouchable - but Danny J Lewis and Marc Cotterell are here to tell you otherwise. Lewis lands on the A side with a version that keeps the structure of the track intact, and speaks those iconic hooks through a different set of instruments that gives the track a new lease of life. Cotterell meanwhile smooths the garage jerk of the original out into a more linear house thrust while working the vocal samples with glee - it's a respectful approach that simply repositions the groove of the original to give it a fresh flavour.
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Con Que (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ISLA 21. Rel: 23 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Ois! (5:32)
  2. El Saco (6:41)
  3. Wau (6:09)
Review: The Isla stable heads far out every time, but they're getting especially adventurous on this new missive from La Fe - a duo made up of Michael Red and Daniel Rincon (also known as Sounds and Ambien Baby respectively). There's a dense, ethnological tone to the percussion sources, with humid atmospherics sticking close to the drums throughout. Quite where the music is headed is unclear - somewhere out on the plains of the Fourth World no doubt - and the ambiguity is part of the charm.
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  1. Sasha Makin & Suntetic - "Funtom" (Don Carlos & Steven Perri mix) (6:09)
  2. Monday Michiru - "Higher" (Joe Claussell dub) (4:31)
  3. Vincent Inc & LA - "Red Room" (4:07)
  4. M&M Vs Andrei Swipe - "Analog Express" (Don Carlos remix) (7:29)
Review: There's an undeniable air of quality that lingers over the 12"s emerging on 14th Level Of Paradise, the mysterious label presenting originals, edits and repressed tracks for true house devotees. First up is a little known track from Sasha Makin and Suntetic, given a shimmering polish by Don Carlos and Steven Perri to become a heavy funking masterpiece, before Joe Claussell drops in a percussive dub delight on Monday Michiru's "Higher". On the flip, Vincent Inc and LA get things pumping with the slow but chunky, jazz-licked "Red Room", before Carlos returns for another deep house reverie as he remixes M&M and Andrei Swipe's "Analog Express".
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Aphelion EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: PPR 009. Rel: 13 Mar 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Hunting Ground (6:25)
  2. Aphelion (6:28)
Review: Over the course of her ten-year career, Sanna La Fleur Engdahl has alternated between releasing music on Watergate and her own Power Plant imprint. Here, the Berlin-based Swede returns to her own label for the first time in nearly two years with a two-track missive aimed squarely at peak-time dancefloors. Our pick of the pair is the bounding bounciness of A-side "Hunting Ground", where P-funk style talkbox vocals and foreboding chords ride an attractive synth bassline and restless dancefloor groove. Flipside "Aphelion" is a little less driving but even more melodious, with the fuzzy, lo-fi riffs and colourful construction reminding us a little of some of Orbital's classic mid 1990s works.
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Cat: KW 24. Rel: 27 Feb 19
Techno
  1. Self (5:54)
  2. Antipode (5:38)
  3. German Turbine (4:40)
Review: For the 24th release on his Klockworks label, head honcho Ben Klock has reached out to fellow Berlin native (and chief of Kanzleramt Records) Heiko Laux, who delivers a collection of highly engineered dancefloor weapons. Klockworks 24 features the immersive and mentalist epic opener "Self", powered by its minimalistic and cavernous acid pulse that lurks beneath steely rhythms and apocalyptic pads. It definitely deserved the A side in its entirety because this one is serious. On the flip, we have the deep and affective "Antipode" followed by another hypnotic journey down the vortex in the form of - and fittingly titled - "German Turbine" which heads straight for that strobed-out style of tunnel vision. Tip!
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Activation (12")
Cat: DEXT 011. Rel: 25 Oct 18
Techno
  1. Activation (7:07)
  2. Pressure (6:09)
Review: Following up some great releases of late on REKIDS, 17 Steps and his own Hope Works imprint, Sheffield's Liam O'Shea returns to DEXT Recordings: a London based label floating around in a world somewhere between techno, house, UK bass and rave. Indeed the sound of "Activation" exists at the interzone of all the above, tying the styles together wonderfully much like the work of German legend Rene Pawlowitz. On the flip, Lo Shea takes on the brooding and mentalist sounds of late '90s drum 'n' bass - albeit significantly pitched down on the breakbeat science experiment "Pressure".
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Precious Materials (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ART 20. Rel: 12 Jun 19
Electro
  1. Peach Hat (5:46)
  2. Harnessed Black Holes (3:55)
  3. Lavendah (5:14)
  4. Precious Materials (4:37)
Review: Analogue hardware enthusiasts London Modular Alliance return to Kirk Degiorgio's storied Applied Rhythmic Technology label following a string of fine outings on Private Persons and Dimensions Recordings. Interesting, LMA believe that the EP boasts their strongest collection of cuts to date and we tend to agree. Opener "Peach Heat" sets the tone via rubbery but rock solid electro beats, wild electronics and echoing deep space sounds, before they pitch down the tempo on the sparse, spaced-out heaviness of "Harnessed Black Holes". Further body-rocking dancefloor explorations are provided on the flip, first by the Dexter style heavy electro throb of "Lavendah" and then via the booming bass, foreboding tribal drums and razor-sharp TB-303 pulses of "Precious Materials".
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Cat: TRU 7362. Rel: 16 Jan 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. I Predict A Riot (3:43)
  2. I Predict A Riot (instrumental) (3:42)
Review: Rob Luis clearly enjoys an unlikely but inspired cover version; over the years, his Tru Thoughts imprint has served up surprisingly good funk, jazz, reggae and brass band covers of everything from Roni Size's "Brown Paper Bag" and Marvin Gaye's "Sexual Healing", to Max Sedgley's "Happy" and the White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army". It's perhaps unsurprising, then, that Luis snapped up this vibrant South American cover of the Kaiser Chiefs' "I Predict A Riot" by Brazilian MPB revivalists Carolina Lins and Os Plantos. It's truly brilliant, with Lins' bold Portuguese vocal simply soaring over the band's samba-soul groove and fuzzy horn lines. As cover versions go, it's a bit of a doozy.
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Hagefest (7")
Cat: LYSK 45002. Rel: 30 Jul 19
International
  1. Hagefest (5:41)
  2. Hagefest (version) (5:34)
Review: Norwegian music has long tended towards the eccentric, though we can't think of many quirkier releases than Leoparden's recent album "Stilen Er Stimmvel" - a decidedly off-kilter set that mixes lo-fi synth-boogie, reggae, African rhythms, P-funk, blue-eyed soul and lashings of Scandolearic vibes. This tidy 7" single offers up a taster of that set in the shape of album highlight "Hagefest", a decidedly spaced-out afro-reggae affair rich in reverb laden vocals, clipped guitars and off-kilter drums. Leoparden brilliantly strips things back on the flipside "Version", which layers dubbed-out snippets of vocal, guitar and synth over a beefed up version of the eccentric rhythm track.
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Cat: LZD 070. Rel: 28 Jan 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Wonder Why (Hot Toddy remix) (6:47)
  2. Wonder Why (Fred Everything extended Space edit) (6:09)
  3. Wonder Why (Fred Everything extended Space instrumental) (6:09)
Review: Also known as Art Of Tones, Ludovic Llorca's "The Garden" album landed on Must Have Jazz in 2017 and remains a sleeper hit of effervescent modern electronic soul. Now Lazy Days have stepped up to shine a light on the record, and in particular the track "Wonder Why", with this tidy remix package. On the A side Crazy P's Hot Toddy brings a deliciously synth-soaked brand of cosmic funk to the track, keeping the groove simmering and weaving illustrious strings over the top. On the flip, Lazy Days boss Fred Everything delivers two "Space edits" of the track that keep the chunky funk of the original rolling along, with the instrumental version reaching to particularly dizzying heights.


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Nineteen (12")
Cat: MPM 33. Rel: 17 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Nineteen (6:02)
  2. 11:11 (5:35)
Review: After a lengthy studio apprenticeship alongside her father Robert in Floorplan, Lyric Hood is finally ready to make her solo production debut. As you'd expect, there are naturally some similarities between her work and that of her legendary father. "11:11", for example, is heavy, driving and claustrophobic, with slowly shifting, hard-wired electronic looks and subtle but panicked stabs buzzing around thumping techno beats and metallic percussion hits. It's the kind of thing Papa Hood may have released on M-Plant back in the day, which is no bad thing. A-side "Nineteen" is arguably even better. Its' sampled drums and loopy, warehouse-ready motifs are funky as hell and twice as hot, while the subtle vocal samples buried in the mix tip a wink to Floorplan's gospel-tinged techno.
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Gespielt von: Ben Sims, Billy Nasty
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Little Robot (transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: LENSKE 007. Rel: 11 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Helium (5:53)
  2. Man Over Machine (6:25)
  3. Little Robot (6:02)
  4. Storm (7:11)
Review: When it comes to offering up tough, mind-altering techno, few are quite as capable as Amelie Lens. Further proof arrives via the Belgian's second EP of the year, a four-track collection of dark and intense club cuts on regular home Lenske. Check first the thrusting weightiness of "Helium", where psychedelic lead lines rise above booming bass, trance-inducing drums and intoxicated late night electronics, before admiring the armour-plated stomp of "Man Over Machine", where Lens utters key words over another slamming rhythm track. Elsewhere, "Little Robot" is a mind-altering chunk of spiraling techno-trance, while "Storm" channels the raged intensity of Laurent Garnier's "Crispy Bacon" and re-imagines it for the 21st century.
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Dusty Pink (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LHR 20. Rel: 03 Jun 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Running (5:44)
  2. Dusty Pink (6:44)
  3. Fixate (6:06)
  4. Lara's Dub (6:33)
Review: Lauren Lo Sung's star continues to rise as the talented minimal house producer and DJ partners up with the mighty Lazare Hoche. This four track EP is packed with bombs, from the shimmering, metallic deep house finery of "Running" to the cheeky acid wriggle of "Dusty Pink". Things take a darker, deeper turn on the fierce "Fixate," and then lift into fluttering after hours tones for the sublime and ever so slightly trippy "Lara's Dub". Now firmly entrenched in the cut and thrust of the European minimal house scene, Lo Sung's talents spill out in abundance on this assured pack of highly workable and versatile floor filling 4/4 burners.
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Yagoda (12")
Cat: ALBION 007. Rel: 29 May 19
Deep Dubstep
  1. Treehead (3:18)
  2. Folklore (3:16)
  3. Yagoda (2:50)
Review: Not to be confused with Young Echo associates Jabu, the unrelated Lord Jabu is a 20-something producer with one previous release to his name. According to Albion Collective, his latest EP "synthesizes solid state trap with 64-bit dream-ware". We're not quite sure what that means, but opener "Treehead" is a distorted and mind-altering blend of lo-fi chip-tune melodies, mangled ice cream van chimes, bowel-bothering bass and rumbling post-grime dubstep beats. His passion for Sinclair Spectrum synth sounds is further explored on the flip, first on the trap style shuffle of "Folklore" and then via the pleasingly tuneful - if cracked and twisted - closing cut "Yagoda".
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Cat: ZEN 12496. Rel: 16 Nov 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Lover Chanting (5:28)
  2. In My House (5:53)
  3. Timothy (3:49)
Review: After a brief dalliance with Because Music, Little Dragon signed to Ninja Tune earlier in the year. "Lover Chanting" is the popular combo's first EP for Coldcut's venerable imprint, following a single-track hook up with BADBADNOTGOOD earlier in the year. Title track "Lover Chanting" is a killer chunk of reggae-tinged synth-pop/disco-pop fusion, with singer Yukimi Nagano providing a strong, ear-catching vocal that will lodge itself in your consciousness and stay there for weeks. Elsewhere, "In My House" is a sultry, off-kilter trip into heavily electronic deep house territory - albeit with some suitably Balearic flourishes and a pop-tinged vocal - while "Timothy" is a whistling voyage through wonky '80s soul/R&B pastures.
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Cat: MUZI 001. Rel: 23 Apr 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Viktor Udvari - "For Our Love" (7:50)
  2. Mrsch - "Pas Cu Pas" (7:29)
  3. Lebawski - "Clouds Of Thyme" (Kled Baken remix) (6:33)
  4. Barbosa - "Quinoa" (Ray mono remix) (6:44)
Review: Ghent's Muzi Cartel crew step into the label game with this assured four tracker from promising emergent talents. Viktor Udvari is up first with "For Our Love", a fired up but delicately executed techno jam with plenty of harmonic balance to make for the most satisfying trip skywards. Mrsch takes things deeper and groovier on "Pas Cu Pas", leaning heavy on the bass and leaving a little more space in the mix for maximum meditation. Kled Baken's remix of Lebawski gets into a minimal house roll with spaced out licks of vocal and hazy pads, and Ray Mono nudges Barbosa's "Quinoa" into murky depths for a proper underground roller.
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Cat: WGVINYL 61. Rel: 24 Jul 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Her Song (7:19)
  2. Her Song (dub) (6:56)
  3. Discrete Class (6:17)
Review: Romanian Native Bog has had a great run of releases of late on some of electronic music's most compelling labels, including Crosstown Rebels, Bedrock and Diynamic. He has steadily forged his reputation as one to watch. Following his contribution to Adana Twins' Watergate 25 compilation, he returns to the esteemed Berlin label - this time teaming up with exciting new vocal-led French trio LKF Project (Sapiens/Atlant). "Her Song" is a pop-inflected and evocative deep house anthem for the main room - you can expect to hear this a lot in 2019. This is backed up by the tension and suspense of "Discrete Class" that's sure to fuel those heads down moments under the strobelight.
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Scientia (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BAREC 008. Rel: 29 Apr 19
Electro
  1. Dexterous Numerics - "Epiphany" (6:56)
  2. Dexterous Numerics - "Isolationism" (5:43)
  3. Lectromagnetique - "Melitopol" (5:23)
  4. Davide Piras - "Arcade" (5:10)
  5. DVS NME - "Song For The Doomed" (4:43)
Review: Latvian label Blind Allies have been on a roll since first committing to their various artists series to wax two years ago. On their latest release, the A side is given over to UK producer Dexterous Numerics, who offers up two tracks of dark and emotive electro heavy on leads and atmospherics. On the flip, Lectromagnetique takes a freakier turn into sparse, dungeon-ready acid electro that should appeal to fans of Bunker Records et al. Davide Piras has a lighter touch on "Arcade" that draws from the Drexciya school of thought, and DVS NME's "Song For The Doomed" rolls out an expressive strain of braindance as considered as it is punchy.
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Cat: FTNTS 003. Rel: 04 Jun 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Melrose (6:23)
  2. Here With Me (6:43)
  3. Space Stepper (4:36)
  4. Do Your Thing (6:21)
Review: LSB returns with the third chapter in his Footnotes series. Four more originals spanning his stark, restrained style, the title track sums up the spirit perfectly; big strings, a classic rave vocal refrain and a dynamic that will melt your trousers. It's complemented by the much darker, tunnel technoid "Space Stepper", the metallic harmonies and salubrious future funk flare of "Do Your Thing" and the emotion-laden, introspective "Melrose". Get footloose for Footnotes...
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Cat: REPRV 019. Rel: 21 May 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Law & Kola Nut - "Somewhere New" (6:17)
  2. Eusebeia - "Shape The Future" (5:35)
  3. Mani Festo - "Next 2 U" (6:43)
  4. Necrotype - "Fruittella" (4:54)
Review: Essential damagement jams from one of the most consistent and forward-thinking labels in the contemporary jungle game, "Full Repertoire Vol. 02" features fire from friends old and new. Label owner Law tags up with rising artist Kola Nut once again to ease us into the EP with "Somewhere New" where goodlooking-esque soft arpeggios and pipes disarm us before the darkness unfolds. Eusebeia returns to Repertoire with the pressure cooker hardcore pads of "Shape The Future", newcomer Mani Festo follows his killer Rupture debut with the equally menacing tightly coiled spring that's "Next 2 U" before Necrotype closes with the coldest cut of the collection, all strange humanised noises, melting droplets and complex breaks. Full to the brim.
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Cat: MSR 013. Rel: 29 Aug 19
Funk
  1. Harina De Maiz (2:57)
  2. Corned Beef Hash (3:03)
Review: Founded in 1967 by singer/producer Carlos Oliva and other Cuban immigrants to the United States, Los Sobrinos del Juez were briefly one of the leading protagonists of the turn-of-the-'70s "Miami Sound" - a humid and intoxicating fusion of blues, rock, funk and dancefloor-focused Latin sounds. Their 1974 debut single "Harina De Maiz" - here reissued for the first time since - is a perfect example of that short lived style, offering up a mixture of wah-wah-guitar and psychedelic organ-powered Latin funk grooves and righteous Cuban vocals. On this edition it comes backed by the previously unheard "Corned Beef Hash", a swinging Latin-jazz number rich in vibraphone solos, jaunty piano riffs and plenty of hip-wiggling percussion.
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Cat: BPR 03. Rel: 12 Jun 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Mountain Walk (7:07)
  2. Eskase (7:28)
  3. Travel (6:01)
  4. Eastern Dish (4:00)
Review: Beyond Paradise's latest release comes courtesy of fellow Leeds resident Mark Crossley, a psychedelia-loving musician and producer who now records as The Local Beatnik. As you'd perhaps expect, there's a suitably hallucinatory feel to much of the music on the "Kirkstall Delight EP". Check first the Plantlife-do-mushrooms flex of opener "Mountain Walk", where Crossley's effects-laden vocals rise above sparse, loose-limbed drums, squelchy synth bass and meandering synthesizer lines - before acquainting yourself with the Turkish psych-funk and kosmiche influenced shuffle of "Eskase". Crossley reaches for the Sitars, tablas and slo-mo beats on "Travel", while "Eastern Dish" is a non-stop hum of backwards guitars, Ravi Shankar-esque sitars, dense beats and a sharp dancefloor sensibility.
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Cat: MNRV 005. Rel: 04 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Sunner Soul - "Shadows In The Garden" (4:14)
  2. J29 - "Alphabet" (6:11)
  3. Lipski - "Beetham Tower" (7:02)
  4. Guydee - "Time Is Gone" (5:52)
Review: Moscow's Minor Notes Recordings is fast gaining a reputation as one of Russia's finest exports of quality deep house grooves, unearthing some of the country's best artists. They offer another various artists EP for deeper moments for the club, or your listening pleasure, by four of the country's most promising artists. Alexander Chebankov aka Sunner Soul is in a lo-slung and sunkissed mood on the irresistible nu-disco jam "Shadows In The Garden", newcomer Lipski provides the EP's highlight on the ultra-deep and emotive late night groove "Beetham Tower" and Guydee revisits the vibe of classic early '90s deep house (think Jazzanova or Swag) on "Time Is Gone".
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Cat: LHR 19. Rel: 15 Apr 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Time Guard (Archie Hamilton) (8:35)
  2. Time Guard (Noha remix) (7:54)
Review: Following the hot off the press drop "Time Guard", Lazare Hoche taps up a pair of remixers to provide fresh angles on his latest transmission. First up is Moscow Records' Archie Hamilton, who whips up a propulsive, bubbling techno roller laden with lush melodic content. On the flip, regular Hamilton collaborator Noha serves up a twinkling, mysterious strutter that should sink under the skin nice and easy in the late morning sessions Lazare Hoche records are so well suited to. Using spooky off key synth licks and a steady ticking beat, Noha provides a worthwhile new twist on the original's vintage techno sound.
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Saving Drum (Bullion mixes) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ERC 075. Rel: 15 Apr 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Saving Grace (4:15)
  2. Saving Grace (Bullion Redux) (6:04)
  3. Tight As A Drum (4:39)
  4. Tight As A Drum (Bullion Redux) (4:35)
Review: Thomas Leer was mainly active in the late 70s and early 80s, dropping two singles on Cherry Red that provided the source material for the two original tracks on this Emotional Rescue reissue 12". Opener "Saving Grace" is a rich, bombastic blast of synthwave, all chugging arps and massive leads, while "Tight As A Drum" heads into more psychedelic territory, using strange gating techniques and deft FX to create a wondrous, shimmering bed for Leer's poetic chat over the top. Bringing an inventive angle to the release, the label signed Bullion up for two wonderfully warm, wobbly remixes. Honing in on the weirder qualities of Leer's work, these modern interpretations make a perfect bridge from the old to the new - highly recommended!
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Alben
Reward (CD)
Cat: MEX 2502. Rel: 24 May 19
Indie
  1. Miami
  2. Daylight Matters
  3. Home To You
  4. Mother's Mother's Magazines
  5. Here It Comes Again
  6. Sad Nudes
  7. The Light
  8. Magnificient Gestures
  9. You Don't Love Me
  10. Meet The Man
Review: It's been ticking on three years since Cate Le Bon gave us Crab Day, the Welsh singer-songwriter's third album before now. With horns very much a focal point in Le Bon's unique sound throughout the album, it's their fusion with synths that really accent their impact. Breezy, post-90s jazz numbers that nudge at memories of shoegaze and The Cranberries make their way into early sections of the album too, with playful French pop gestures finding their way through motifs of art rock and New Yorkian post punk and new wave. Given a slighty different slant as it's sung through a welsh guise, Le Bon's ability to carry celtic-like themes through her music furthermore adds to a subtle mysticism in her sound that's playful and bluesy with a folk touch.

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