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Orange Cloud Version (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: CHANNEL 040. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. Babylove (Juju & Jordash re-dub) (6:32)
  2. Goodnight (Mark E remix) (7:35)
  3. Car Crash (Abel remix) (6:01)
  4. Orlando Du Monteras (Sexican version) (6:29)
  5. Sometimes (Sexican version) (6:24)
  6. Kanti Dadum (Abel remix) (7:14)
  7. Es Rever (DJ Nature remix) (5:36)
  8. Fooling Around (Mind Fair Secret All Night Carnival version) (12:12)
Review: If the success of any remix project rests on the ability of the chosen remixers, then Golf Channel Recordings boss Phil South couldn't have selected a better bunch to interpret Spike's material. All involved treat the mysterious Dutchman's lo-fi, blue-eyed soul originals with due reverence, while managing to stamp their mark on proceedings. Highlights come thick and fast, from the metallic dub stylings of Juju & Jordash's version of "Baby Love", and the gentle Balearic bliss of Mark E's interpretation of "Goodnight", to the rush-inducing stomp of Sexican's tops-off version of "Sometimes". Best of all, though, is Mind Fair's epic take on "Fooling Around", which gets re-imagined as a trumpet-laden, Latin dub disco epic.
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Tathata (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: AX 074. Rel: 26 Apr 17
  1. The Cosmos (17:27)
  2. Four Ways Of Knowing (11:39)
  3. Without A Doubt (6:03)
Review: Spiral Deluxe is an improvised electronic jazz quartet consisting of the legendary Jeff Mills on machines, with Underground Resistance alumnus Gerald Mitchell on keyboards, Yumiko Ohno on Moog synthesizer, and Kenji "Jino" Hino on bass guitar and vocals. On the A side we have the fantastic voyage that is "Cosmos" which over its nearly 18 minute duration takes in The Wizard's trademark drum rolls, a bit of acid, a nice serving of funk and even some gospel style pianos towards the end. It's a brilliant live recording we must say. On the flip are the deep and emotive soul jams "Four Ways Of Knowing" and "Without A Doubt". The Tathata EP is pressed on vinyl from high resolution 32bit digital files and will launch a new range of vinyl releases named the Axis Audiophile Series.
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Spiritflesh (limited LP + MP3 download code + sticker)
Cat: NC 12007. Rel: 03 Oct 18
  1. Crib (4:14)
  2. Ever Impending Doom (6:43)
  3. Sentient (7:07)
  4. Deity (4:34)
  5. Beneath The Clouded Veil (10:30)
  6. Dream Therapy (1:38)
  7. Hypnagogia (5:09)
  8. Nothing Will Ever Be The Same Again (7:54)
Review: Spiritflesh is the brainchild of Bristol stalwarts DJ October and Borai, presented by local imprint No Corner. Said to be the culmination of countless hours spent in a basement studio full of old machines and effects, the pair now present their eponymous LP. Featuring elements of post-punk, drone and doom metal throughout, it expands across eight crushing, drone-heavy juju meets techno meditations, exploring the darkest themes of the spiritual world and the open spaces in between. From the impending wall of noise of fierce opener "Crib", the slow burning sludge of "Deity" to moments of power electronics as heard on "Hypnagogia" - it's a fairly morose affair overall, but still a riveting listen from start to finish.
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Cat: BELLAV 800HZ. Rel: 07 Sep 18
  1. A Perfect Miracle (4:45)
  2. I'm Your Man (4:27)
  3. Here It Comes (The Road) Let's Go (4:42)
  4. Let's Dance (5:10)
  5. On The Sunshine (4:58)
  6. Damaged (4:57)
  7. The Morning After (7:42)
  8. The Prize (5:19)
  9. Sail On Through (5:57)
Review: It's been a whopping six years since the last Spiritualized album and Jason Pierce, the founding, spearhead member, behind the group's success honourably lives up to expanding the notion of 'space rock' into 2018, and beyond. On the airwaves it's been "I'm Your Man" that's charted most attention, a sombre-ish, horn-blowing, western number with a touch of the blues. Meanwhile there's also "Here It Comes (The Road) Let's Go", a song that is said to be a list of instructions that leads the listener to Pierce's house. "The route is real," he says, while singing about rusty gates, paraphernalia and radios. Space may be the place, but if not, try over at Spiritualized.
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And Nothing Hurt (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: FAPO 16751. Rel: 07 Sep 18
  1. A Perfect Miracle
  2. I'm Your Man
  3. Here It Comes (The Road) Let's Go
  4. Let's Dance
  5. On The Sunshine
  6. Damaged
  7. The Morning After
  8. The Prize
  9. Sail On Through
Review: It's been a whopping six years since the last Spiritualized album and Jason Pierce, the founding, spearhead member, behind the group's success honourably lives up to expanding the notion of 'space rock' into 2018, and beyond. On the airwaves it's been "I'm Your Man" that's charted most attention, a sombre-ish, horn-blowing, western number with a touch of the blues. Meanwhile there's also "Here It Comes (The Road) Let's Go", a song that is said to be a list of instructions that leads the listener to Pierce's house. "The route is real," he says, while singing about rusty gates, paraphernalia and radios. Space may be the place, but if not, try over at Spiritualized.
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Mental Health (limited white vinyl LP)
Cat: HNRLP 008. Rel: 28 Sep 16
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. Cha Cha Cha (3:50)
  2. Second Hand Smoke (11:50)
  3. Twa-Lif (3:25)
  4. Psygnosis (5:15)
  5. Dymaxion Music (4:36)
  6. Turn Your Illness Into A Weapon (2:36)
  7. Dope Rider (5:19)
Review: As we increasingly inhabit a world in which the term 'psych' becomes as de-clawed and meaningless as 'punk', and in which blandness and stylistic codification take over from inspiration and iconoclasm, it can be a blessed relief to be confronted by a record like this debut from the Gothenburg-dwelling duo, whose drone-based, righteously repetitive and joyfully anarchic racket gleans sonic salvation effectively by summoning the eldritch spirits of Spacemen 3, Suicide, Wolf Eyes and Brainbombs for an intimidating trip into the nether that's as much bliss and blitzkrieg. Rejoice, heads and headcases alike - there are still records intent on making psychedelia dangerous.
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Chiliagon (green vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ES 1075V. Rel: 24 Sep 19
  1. Move To The Music (feat Rebel ACA) (3:20)
  2. Believe (feat Tankia) (4:20)
  3. Good Suh (2:51)
  4. Wicked Love (2:26)
  5. Spread Out (feat Hype & Fever) (2:57)
  6. Differ (2:26)
  7. If Yuh Ready (feat General Levy) (3:33)
  8. Link Up (feat Matthew Allman, Illaman & Black Josh) (4:54)
  9. Hustle & Flow (feat Illaman) (3:05)
  10. King On The Throne (feat Rodney P) (4:20)
  11. Some Of Us Love Rum (feat Rebel ACA) (3:41)
  12. Trilogy (feat Killa P & Harry Shotta) (4:08)
Review: Spragga Benz first made his mark in the mid 1990s, rising to become one of Jamaica's leading dancehall and reggae artists at the turn of the century. He's been rather quiet of late, though, with "Chiliagon" marking his first album release for almost a decade. It includes plenty of auto-tune-laden contemporary updates of his dancehall sound - with his trademark flow often laden in digital effects - but also touches on more traditional roots reggae, ragga, full band hybrid hip-hop/rock (intriguing opener "Move To The Music (feat Rebel ACA)"), ragga-jungle ("If Yuh Ready" with General Levy), grime ("Hustle & Flow") and the kind of ragged, punchy, heavily electronic club fare popularized by Switch and Diplo's Major Laser project.
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Devour You (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: RT 0074LP. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. Lizzy (2:59)
  2. Bet My Brains (3:53)
  3. Home Alone (2:34)
  4. No More Pennies (3:43)
  5. You Dig Yours (2:42)
  6. Toy Teenager (1:06)
  7. Hollywood Ending (3:30)
  8. She Gets Around (3:15)
  9. I Don't Need You (3:04)
  10. Rich Taste (3:28)
  11. Born Asleep (4:57)
  12. Tank Top (1:19)
  13. Call Me A Baby (3:44)
Review: There are two things Starcrawler can definitely be described as - lost children of the 1970s, and incredibly Los Angeles in style. They make music that seems impossible to remove from one of the headiest rock 'n' roll decades in history, despite age preventing them from actually having been there at the time. It also falls on the polished side of heavy metal, channeling both pop punk and bare-chested, sweat-soaked guitar solos in one fell swoop. The result is a record that plays out like a bar fight in Tinsel Town. Muscular, powerful, driving and unarguably sexy, from the gaggle of kids preceding the onslaught of opener "Lizzy" to the final, liquor-soaked midnight sing-a-long of "Call Me A Baby", "Devour You" does what it says on the tin, with all the subtlety of Hollywood's finest, and perhaps even more entertainment value.
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Unstoppable (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BRI 2030. Rel: 21 Aug 18
  1. Confidence (4:43)
  2. I Fooled You, Didn't I? (3:52)
  3. Love Is You (5:03)
  4. It Ain't Over (3:50)
  5. People Have The Power (3:59)
  6. Revolution Of Change (5:53)
  7. Stand Up (4:26)
  8. (Whats So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love & Understanding (4:05)
  9. The Prize Is Not Worth The Pain (4:16)
  10. Can I Change My Mind? (3:26)
Review: It truly is amazing that Candi Staton is still putting out albums in 2018. The 78 year-old singer is an absolute force of nature, never content with the status-quo and famed for reinventing herself on every LP. Her last appearance on vinyl was on 2008's Who's Hurting Now?, out through London's own Honest Jon's Records, and that was a much deeper, more sensual affair that touched upon many elements of soul. Here, on Unstoppable, Staton revisits her Alabama roots, coming through with ten tracks that add a little rock sensibility to the soulful aesthetic of her voice, making the whole LP a sort of modern rendition of blues. There is also a cover of Patti Smith's "People Have The Power", among other beauties which we're sure you'll enjoy.
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Austin Funk (reissue) (limited numbered LP + insert)
Cat: JMANLP 113. Rel: 27 Jun 19
  1. Keep Your Eyes On Your Merchandise (3:16)
  2. Love Is Not Such An Easy Game To Play (3:14)
  3. Radiator (3:54)
  4. Body Talk (6:05)
  5. Funk 'N' Roll (2:59)
  6. Since I Met You (4:01)
  7. Ghetto Tool (2:29)
  8. Groove Awhile (4:11)
  9. Frozen Tundra Lady (3:30)
Review: Over the last few weeks, Jazzman's ongoing "Holy Grail" reissue series has focused on obscure but in-demand albums from the Fable Records catalogue. The latest to get the deluxe reissue treatment is Steamheat's "Austin Funk", a 1975 set that's notably harder and funkier than the Texan label's usual jazz-funk fare. Of course, there are still plenty of jazz-funk flourishes to be found amongst the soulful vocals, crunchy clavinet lines, fast-tempo grooves and heady horn lines. Our picks include the low-down deep funk headiness of "Radiator", the fizzing brilliance of "Body Talk", the harmonic jazz guitar, horn and electronic piano solos of "Ghetto Tool" and the eyes-closed, in-the-zone madness of closing cut "Frozen Tundra Lady".
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Planetary Unfolding (reissue) (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: ERC 056. Rel: 01 Jul 19
  1. Movement 1 - In The Beginning (8:24)
  2. Movement 2 - "Toto, I've A Feeling We're Not In Kansas Anymore" (6:03)
  3. Movement 3 - Wherever Two Or More Are Gathered (8:24)
  4. Movement 4 - Life In The Gravity Well (7:02)
  5. Movement 5 - As The Earth Kissed The Moon (7:20)
  6. Movement 6 - Something's Moving (7:35)
Review: Michael Stearns is perhaps less namechecked than many of the early ambient pioneers, but his expansive catalogue reaches back to 1977, when his first expansive synthesizer dreamscapes unfurled themselves on his own Continuum Montage label. Emotional Rescue have picked up on seminal 1981 album Planetary Unfolding, giving a much needed vinyl reissue to a classic slice of hyperboreal ambience spread across six long-form movements. Expansive, emotionally charged and constantly exploratory, this is deep space listening at its finest - an essential purchase for any lovers of truly classic, cosmic synthesizer music.
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The Avalanche: Outtakes & Extras From The Illinois Album! (limited coloured vinyl 2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: AKR 022LPC1. Rel: 31 Aug 18
  1. The Avalanche (3:16)
  2. Dear Mr Supercomputer (4:17)
  3. Adlai Stevenson (2:33)
  4. The Vivian Girls Are Visited In The Night By Saint Dargarius & His Squadron Of Benevolent Butterflies (1:49)
  5. Chicago (acoustic version) (4:40)
  6. The Henney Buggy Band (3:20)
  7. Saul Bellow (2:55)
  8. Carlyle Lake (3:14)
  9. Springfield, Or Bobby Got A Shadfly Caught In His Hair (4:17)
  10. The Mistress Witch From McClure (Or, The Mind That Knows Itself) (3:24)
  11. Kaskaskia River (2:20)
  12. Chicago (Adult Contemporary easy listening version) (6:10)
  13. Inaugural Pop Music For Jane Margaret Byrne (1:25)
  14. No Man's Land (4:43)
  15. The Palm Sunday Tornado Hits Crystal Lake (1:40)
  16. The Pick-Up (3:24)
  17. The Perpetual Self, Or "What Would Saul Alinsky Do?" (2:27)
  18. For Clyde Tombaugh (3:41)
  19. Chicago (Multiple Personality Disorder version) (4:34)
  20. Pittsfield (6:43)
  21. The Undivided Self (For Eppie And Popo) (5:01)
Review: Remember, 12 years ago, when Detroit singer-songwriter-artist Sufjan Stevens delivered The Avalanche LP, well American label Asthmatic Kitty has given the folk-American sleeper classic a bump with a slew of B-sides and alternatives that also features music from Sufjan Stevens Invites You To: Come On Feel The Illinoise. Rather than giving these cutting room floor gems away to the wrong kind, or not at all, they've received a glossy pressing to be enjoyed as a full album unto themselves. And combine Stevens' sweet time summer folk to the tune of soothing vocals reminiscent of The Postal Service and you'll find a collection of music that brims with that much extra sweetness it's worth a second bite.
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Running Back Mastermix: Front (mixed 2xCD + 24 page booklet)
Cat: RBFRONTCD 1. Rel: 25 Sep 18
Deep House
  1. Blue Moderne - "Through The Night" (dub mix 1)
  2. Connie - "Funky Little Beat"
  3. Skyy - "Show Me The Way"
  4. KC Flightt - "Let's Get Jazzy" (Dope dub mix)
  5. Modern Romance - "Can You Move" (Midnight mix)
  6. Nitro Deluxe - "This Brutal House"
  7. Shirley Lites - "Heat You Up (Melt You Down)"
  8. Mark Imperial - "J'Adore Danser" (club mix)
  9. Mario Reyes - "Whatever Turns You On" (club mix)
  10. Wired - "To The Beat Of The Drum" (On The Burn mix)
  11. Toyin Agbetu Presents Nemesis - "After The Storm" (Boris Dlugosch edit)
  12. John Beltran - "Aquatic"
  13. The Wizard & The Prince - "The Wiz Is A Genius"
  14. Val Young - "If You Should Ever Be Lonely" (Street mix)
  15. Syncbeat - "Music" (Boris Dlugosch edit)
  16. CT Satin - "I Found A Friend" (Underworld version)
  17. Temper - "No Favors" (dub)
  18. Udytu Utzelturk & His Male Harem - "Kairo"
  19. Answering Service - "Call Me Mr Telephone" (Street dub mix)
  20. Simphonia - "You & Me" (dub)
  21. Sandee - "Notice Me" (Notice The House mix)
  22. The 28th St Crew - "I Need A Rhythm" (vocal club mix)
  23. Solution - "Feels So Right"
  24. Housefactors - "Play It Loud"
  25. Fortran 5 - "Heart On The Line" (Voodoo Child mix)
  26. Ralphie Rosario - "An Instrumental Need (Club Need)"
  27. Mood II Swing - "I Need Your Love" (Lem Church mix)
  28. Nick Holder - "Frantic"
  29. Dee Dee Brave - "Can't Get Over It"
  30. DOG - "The Key" (Lunar dub)
  31. The Prince & The Wizard - "The Music Is Kicking"
  32. Fila Brazilia - "Mermaids"
  33. Station Q - "That Special Melody" (club mix)
  34. Jump Cutz - "Deep Introspection"
  35. Hot Streak - "Body Work" (vocal mix)
  36. Steve Arrington - "Dancin In The Key Of Life" (Special remix)
  37. Execution - "Celebrate Your Love" (vocal)
Review: For almost a decade from the mid 1980s onwards, Hamburg's Front Club was one of Germany's leading bastions of underground merriment. Although its roots were as a gay club for a discerning crowd that demanded better than the commercial fare that was on offer elsewhere, it went on to become a haven for underground dance music enthusiasts of all sexual persuasions. Here, resident DJs Klaus Stockhausen and Boris Dlugosch serve up a two-disc taste of life on Front's dancefloor, giddily joining the dots between experimental European synth-pop, Italo-disco, New York proto-house, early Chicago jack-tracks, electro-funk, Bobby 'O' Orlando style Fairlight-driven high-energy stompers, Detroit techno and much more besides. As you'd expect, it's a sweaty, celebratory and thrill-a-minute ride.
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Everybody Anyone (limited gatefold white vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: 100 LP85W. Rel: 28 Aug 18
  1. Sweet Forgiveness (6:29)
  2. Standing On The Top (6:43)
  3. Don't Walk Away (with Kathryn Williams) (4:34)
  4. Give The Man A Hand (6:34)
  5. Next Time Around (4:30)
  6. Carry The News (6:25)
  7. Only You Can (with Hamish Stuart) (4:10)
  8. Heavenly Father (4:31)
  9. Belief (3:01)
  10. Please Be Upstanding (4:09)
  11. Rise Above It (5:26)
Review: Stone Foundation are among the few to offer some true-school Northern soul vibes these days (although the band are technically from the West Midlands!). The point is, however, that if you want to feel the spirit, the sounds and the emotions of 70s British funk then you've drawn the right record. Recorded at Paul Weller's (The Jam) studio down in Surrey, the album isn't all James Brown struttin' and hollerin'; many of the tracks on Everybody Anyone are bittersweet love songs for entirely different demographics to get stuck into. From the families, to young teens and lovers of soulful pop music, this is a joyous album with a positive energy and a cheerful charisma at its core.
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New Face (reissue) (LP + insert)
Cat: DE 241. Rel: 18 Jan 19
  1. Technotown (3:14)
  2. Humanly Possible (4:43)
  3. Birds In A Cage (4:35)
  4. Mystery Trip (7:00)
  5. Die Kur (3:48)
  6. She's Dancing (5:05)
  7. Theatre (3:21)
  8. Foggy Weather (6:46)
Review: Stratis is an electronic duo from Cologne, Germany, formed by Antonios Stratis and Albert Klein in 1981. They took inspiration from the progressive electronic synthscapes of Tangerine Dream & Vangelis and the proto-techno of Chris & Cosey and Yello, as well as jazz and funk. The duo recorded 5 cassette-only albums between 1982 and 1986 - Exotic, New Face, Musica da Ballo, Film Musik, and Raging Beauty - which were released on their own label Creative Tapes (later called Temporary Music), and which were also licensed to Colin Potter's Integrated Circuit Records (ICR) label.

We are pleased to announce the first ever standalone vinyl reissue of their sophomore album "New Face', which was recorded and released in 1983. It consists of eight future-fixated tracks that could have been composed for movies like Blade Runner or Tron. A wide range of minimal electronics are presented, from robotic synth pop to melancholic cold wave to Neue Deutsche Welle electro. The masters for this reissue came from a new transfer made by Colin Potter at ICR in May 2018, and each song has been remastered for vinyl by George Horn at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley. The vinyl comes housed in jacket designed by Eloise Leigh using motifs of the cassette artwork on a neon red background, and includes an insert with lyrics and photos.
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Cat: DE 230. Rel: 06 Nov 18
  1. Vietnam (4:06)
  2. Jetzt (4:23)
  3. Osterseen (2:59)
  4. Talking Drums (1:26)
  5. Treck (5:07)
  6. Step Song (2:39)
  7. Machen Wir Nicht... (4:19)
  8. Kumasi (3:38)
  9. Foukara (4:03)
  10. Neid (4:30)
  11. Abendprogramm (3:19)
  12. Fleisch-Marsch (1:20)
Review: Fleisch-MarschHans P. and Ernst Stroer are the Stroer Bros. Based close to Munich, Bavaria, they work as composers, arrangers, musicians, producers and authors, traveling between many different musical worlds. Hans plays bass, guitars and piano, Ernst plays all kinds of drums and percussion. The two of them descended from the wildly expanded jazz brew of the '70s. In early 1979 Hans went on a six week tour through eleven African countries as a bass player in Jazz guitarist Volker Kriegel's group Mild Maniac Orchestra. Inspired by his experiences on tour, Hans suggested to do a freestyle album together with Ernst. Avantgarde pianist Wolfgang Dauner's Jazz label Mood Records offered them one week of studio time in the well equipped rooms of an old sugar factory between Christmas and New Years Eve 1981. They spent every minute in the studio, sleeping in the recording room, switching between mixing console and musical instruments. The brothers recorded their own performances and engineered the mixes, drumming, playing bass, guitars, all kinds of percussion and keyboards, singing and yelling. The result was the album 'Fluchtweg Madagaskar' ("escape route to Madagascar") released in 1982. The contrast between African and German lifestyles, underlined by the early 80s tensions between nuclear warheads and the peace movement can be felt at the very core of this album. The fear that Germany could become an atomic battlefield made many young Germans think about emigration. Using a walkman hidden in their pocket, the brothers took numerous field recordings sampled over gripping, heavily accented rhythms. A true independent album, music and early sound design without boundaries nor limits. All songs are remastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley. Each copy includes double sided insert with lyrics, photos and liner notes by the duo.
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Deep Hearted (2xLP)
Cat: 822720712519. Rel: 21 Oct 07
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Intro (feat Jack Nicholson & The Game)
  2. The Movement (feat Planet Asia As Medallions)
  3. U Aint Me (feat Chamillionare/Ras Kass/Xzibit)
  4. Bloody Money (feat PNB (Pop'N Bullets) & Jelly Roll)
  5. Co-Operation (feat Dilated Peoples)
  6. Clean Up (feat Saukrates & black Thought)
  7. One Step (feat Talib Kweli)
  8. I Can't Wait (feat Tha Liks & Stylistic Jones)
  9. King In The Deck (feat Planet Asia)
  10. Come & Get Me (feat Ina Williams)
  11. Streetlights (feat Talib Kweli)
  12. My Homies (feat Blaqtoven)
  13. Wreckless Words
  14. On The Grind
  15. Dirty Dirty (feat Juvenile)
Review: Strong Arm Steady is a West Coast super-group founded by hip-hop legend, Xzibit. His vision was to take the cream of California's underground scene, namely Phil The Agony, Mitchy Slick and Krondon, and turn them into an undeniable hip-hop powerhouse. In preparation Strong Arm Steady has toured relentlessly with Xzibit and pounded the California mixtape scene for years. Their debut album, "Deep Hearted", is the culmination of years of hard work. Their never-ending grind and consistent track record of creating great music shows why Strong Arm Steady is a force to be reckoned with. The album features Chamillionaire, Juvenille, Xzibit, Black Thought (The Roots), Talib Kweli, Dilated Peoples, Tha Liks, Ras Kass and more.
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Cat: BBE 298CLP. Rel: 22 Jul 16
  1. Hillard Street - "River Love" (2:32)
  2. Varetta Dillard - "That's Why I Cry" (2:32)
  3. Damita Jo - "I'll Be There" (2:46)
  4. Jesse James - "Dreams Never Hurt Nobody" (2:17)
  5. Patsie Slater - "A Tear" (2:45)
  6. Kitty White - "I'm Gonna Be A Fool Next Monday" (with Hugo Peretti & His Orchestra) (2:01)
  7. The Gainors - "Tell Him" (2:32)
  8. The Sierras - "I Should Have Loved You" (2:25)
  9. Frank Minion - "How Much Land (Does A Man Need)" (with Howard Biggs & His Orchestra) (2:17)
  10. Dolly Lyon - "Palm Of Your Hand" (2:38)
  11. Brook Benton - "Kiddio" (2:37)
  12. Tony Allen & The Champs - "Nite Owl" (2:44)
  13. Cindy Devereau - "Sing On Baby" (2:16)
  14. The Radiants - "Heartbreak Society" (feat Gene McAlister) (2:31)
  15. Anna King - "The Big Change" (2:42)
  16. Ray Rush - "So What" (2:30)
  17. Johnny Wells - "Lonely Moon" (2:29)
  18. Timi Yuro - "What's A Matter Baby" (2:44)
  19. Simone Dina - "Now I Lay Me Down To Weep" (2:16)
  20. Lew Conetta - "You Got Me Crazy" (2:24)
Review: Destination '70s/'80s Belgium by way of '50s/'60s America and UK: the popcorn soul scene is a thriving subculture that's not dissimilar to the UK's northern soul scene but with much more of an emphasis on the slower, more smouldering big band motif. Here Jay Strongman compiles some of the biggest 45s of the era across this double vinyl collection. From Brook Benton's Bassey-referencing "Kiddio", Damita Jo's famous response to Ben E King "I'll Be There" to the steamy velvet curtain tugging swing of Dolly Lyon's "Palm Of Your Hand", popcorn will instantly resonate with all soul fans while offering a refreshing new context. See you at make out point.
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Kites (LP)
Cat: SMO 002LP. Rel: 07 Mar 18
  1. Prism (4:54)
  2. Variations (4:13)
  3. Night (3:53)
  4. Kites (5:08)
  5. Bridge (4:05)
  6. Own (5:16)
  7. Branches (4:03)
  8. Youth (5:00)
  9. Tunnel (3:52)
  10. Alone (4:16)
Review: Two years ago, following the release of their acclaimed Colour Theory album, Submotion Orchestra decided to part company with Ninja Tune offshoot Counter Records. The upheaval seems to have had little effect on the Leeds collective's creativity, because Kites, their fifth full length, is every bit as sumptuous and soulful as their previous albums. In truth, there's little deviation from their usual script - think fragile, folksy soul vocals, gentle jazz instrumentation and beats and basslines inspired by hip-hop, dubstep and trip-hop - but that's not meant as a criticism; few acts are capable as making music as beguiling and atmospheric as Submotion Orchestra.
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Deeper Than It Sounds (140 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: DAS 024LP. Rel: 18 Feb 19
Deep House
  1. What's That Bass (6:41)
  2. Dusty Guitar (4:47)
  3. Free (feat Janelle Pulo) (6:21)
  4. Romance (6:02)
  5. Voyage (5:59)
  6. Night Smoke (6:28)
  7. Illusions (6:46)
  8. Overdriven (5:41)
Review: The deepArtSounds label goes from strength to strength as it searches out the deepest operators in the contemporary house music scene. Melchior Sultana last appeared on the label alongside Deep88, but here he delivers an album of purely solo material (well, apart from Janelle Pulo's vocal turn on "Free"). There's a consitent smoky ambience across the eight tracks on offer here, but each individual piece has its own characteristics, from the melancholic synth meanderings of "Dusty Guitar" to the Detroit-tinted machine soul of "Romance". There's not a duff moment on here, making it an album you can sink into for the start-to-finish trip, or a useful collection of refined deep house cuts to fit into any set with ease.
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Aromanticism (gatefold LP + booklet)
Cat: JAG 308LP. Rel: 22 Sep 17
  1. Man On The Moon (Reprise) (0:37)
  2. Don't Bother Calling (3:58)
  3. Plastic (3:06)
  4. Quarrel (6:48)
  5. Stoicism (1:03)
  6. Lonely World (4:46)
  7. Make Out In My Car (2:35)
  8. The Cocoon-Eyed Baby (1:10)
  9. Doomed (4:19)
  10. Indulge Me (3:23)
  11. Self-Help Tape (3:01)
  12. Track 12 (3:58)
Review: Unsurprisingly, Aromanticism - meaning to have little or no romantic attraction to others - is exactly the idea Moses Sumney explores on this stunning debut. Having written the majority of this album's lyrics in the solitude of remote north American cabins, Sumney's songs about loneliness and distance feel natural and sincere. Throughout 'Aromanticism' Sumney shows off his affinity with vocal acrobatics, leaping from his rasping lower register to achingly dulcet falsetto. Both in his instrumentation and as a vocalist, Sumney strikes a pitch-perfect balance between acoustic and digital, exhibiting his ability to blend the two. Sumney blends passages of spoken word, neo-soul, broken-beat, and the vocal harmonies and movements, cascading with gospel precision, that shone on his 2016 EP 'Lamentations'. 'Aromanticism' is a powerful and heartfelt opening statement from an artist well worth keeping an eye on in the future.
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Ave Africa (180 gram 2xLP + 2xCD + insert)
Cat: STRUT 128LP. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Kitoto Sound (Ave Africa LP) (3:10)
  2. Ukuti Ukuti (2:30)
  3. Ba Motoka Na Castle (3:27)
  4. Kamungulwe (3:15)
  5. Your Day Will Come (3:00)
  6. Ani Uni (4:55)
  7. Wakulu Wa Kuno (3:37)
  8. We Need Each Other (3:30)
  9. Alhamdullilah (3:58)
  10. Ntambwa (2:28)
  11. How Can I Get To You (3:25)
  12. Ave Africa (3:56)
  13. Simba Anguruma (TFC & Moto Moto singles) (4:27)
  14. Kipato Sina (2:39)
  15. Vijana (4:30)
  16. Enzi Za Utumwani (4:02)
  17. Black Is Beautiful (4:22)
  18. Instrumental (Unreleased Radio Sessions) (4:04)
  19. Simba Anguruma (4:03)
  20. Black Is Beautiful (4:24)
  21. Wakulu Wa Kuno (3:03)
  22. Kosa Langu Mpenzi (4:21)
  23. Kitoto Sound (Ave Africa LP 1976)
  24. Ukuti Ukuti
  25. Ba Motoka Na Castle
  26. Kamungulwe
  27. Your Day Will Come
  28. Ani Uni
  29. Wakulu Wa Kuno
  30. We Need Each Other
  31. Alhamdullilah
  32. Ntambwa
  33. How Can I Get To You
  34. Ave Africa
  35. Simba Anguruma (TFC & Moto Moto 45s 1973-1976)
  36. Kipato Sina
  37. Vijana
  38. Enzi Za Utumwani
  39. Mai Wetu Mai
  40. Enzi Za Utumwani
  41. Let's Live Together
  42. Matatizo Nyumbani
  43. K.K. Of Zambia
  44. Instrumental (Unreleased Radio Sessions 1973)
  45. Simba Anguruma
  46. Enzi Za Utumwani
  47. Black Is Beautiful
  48. Wakulu Wa Kuno
  49. Get a Little Older
  50. Kosa Langu Mpenzi
  51. Black Is Beautiful
Review: Another superb and intricately detailed document from Strut's dedicated archivists, Sunburst's short but hugely prolific activity between '73 and '76 is captured here in all its melting pot glory. Not just their one and only album but all 45s and unreleased recordings too. With six members from across the continent, the fusion, ideas and energy is palpable... Especially on full-screen tracks such as "Kamungulwe" where blues, rock and Tanzanian folk bubble and pop to a climax and "Alhamdullilah" stomps with a sweaty theatrical rock while "Ave Africa" finds the perfect merging point between Afrobeat and jazz. The band's live pedigree is also full screen with that rawness to the recordings that feels like they're in the same room. Addictively rich.
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Cat: VOLAR 48. Rel: 05 Jul 16
  1. Stay Too (2:41)
  2. Somebody New (2:52)
  3. I've Been Known (3:53)
  4. Down The Drain (2:35)
  5. Ancient History (3:42)
  6. Waffle (2:59)
  7. Jealous Heart (4:26)
  8. No Madonna (2:27)
  9. Leave Me (2:40)
  10. Same Old Song (4:13)
  11. Windows Down (3:33)
Review: Hailing from Los Angeles, the triumvirate that forms Susan are purveyors of a sassy and succulent brand of guitar-fuelled melodic abandon, whose ballsy delivery, effervescent hooks and spare approach result in a tonic with gritty charm overflowing. Echoes from the '70s, '80s and '90s can be found amidst these 11 ditties , but in a manner reminiscent of much-loved and underrated outfit The Organ as much as Sleater-Kinney or Blondie, yet 'Never Enough's no-messing approach stops 'Never Enough' sounding reverential or canonical, rather an arresting and sparky debut possessed of attitude to spare.
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Say Your Goodbyes (hand-numbered clear vinyl LP limited to 150 copies)
Cat: NRR 012. Rel: 30 Apr 19
  1. The Girl With The Diamond Tattoo (4:06)
  2. Booze Clues (3:00)
  3. Towers (0:52)
  4. A Light Boils Dim (3:11)
  5. The Moon Won't Come Out (1:08)
  6. Chasing Paper (4:03)
  7. Touching From A Distance (4:46)
  8. Hello, Lonesome (4:02)
  9. Eternal Return (4:19)
  10. Taper (1:00)
  11. Last One In The Room (4:03)
Review: Austin-based artist Justin Sweatt is primarily known for his Xander Harris project in which he gleefully joins the dots between Italo-disco, electro, synth-pop and contemporary psychedelia. "Say Your Goodbyes", Sweatt's first excursion under his given name, takes a different approach, offering up a range of atmospheric, slow-burn tracks that mix and match elements of ambient, IDM, Americana (see the wonderful "Booze Clues") and synth-wave. It's a mostly becalmed and beautiful affair, with highlights including the slowly shifting shuffle of "Chasing Paper", the evocative and melancholic "Hello, Lonesome" and the deep space drift of "Taper". Sweatt has made some fine records over the years but "Say Your Goodbyes" could genuinely be his finest moment to date - it's certainly a superb album.
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Future Ruins (heavyweight vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ROCKACT 121LP. Rel: 25 Jan 19
  1. Mary Winter (5:04)
  2. The Lonely Crowd Fades In The Air (4:13)
  3. Future Ruins (6:10)
  4. Theeascending (4:46)
  5. Drone Lover (4:16)
  6. Spiked Flower (3:24)
  7. Everybody's Going Somewhere & No-One's Going Anywhere (3:49)
  8. Golden Remedy (5:43)
  9. Good Times Are So Hard To Follow (3:09)
  10. Radio-Silent (7:01)
Review: Straight outta shoegaze central, Oxford UK, since 1989, Swervedriver have been providing us with smoothly distorted guitars, vocals of refreshing reverberation and just those hints of angst and melancholia to get you through the decade. Future Ruins, like a lot of post and alt-rock to hit the shelves these days has touches of nihilism abound, although it's no secret Swervedriver have been offering this atmosphere for aeons longer than most. For fans of bands like Dinosaur Jr. yes, Swervedriver's latest effort remains firmly within the grungey and pastel confines of shoegaze, and with the genre's hey day missed so much but so many, it's never a pain to revisit the glory days of motion picture soundtracks.
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Mothers (limited coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: 888750 747716. Rel: 23 Oct 15
  1. One Great Song & I Could Change The World (3:56)
  2. To My Brother (3:58)
  3. Green Conduit (4:34)
  4. Heavenly Moment (4:25)
  5. Namaste (3:30)
  6. Is There Anybody Out There (4:29)
  7. Forever Spaceman (3:49)
  8. Grand Affection (4:14)
  9. Imagination (5:50)
  10. Laniakea (4:23)
  11. Fueiho Boogie (8:09)
Review: These former indie-pop poster-boys have taken something of a jump into unchartered and decidedly psychedelic territory with their second album, and as it turns out it rather suits them. Their trademark effervescent melody, falsetto exuberance and somewhat inappropriately summery atmosphere are all present and correct, yet newly adventurous sonic horizons are also visible, taking in influences as diverse as Tangerine Dream, The Flaming Lips, acid house and Prefab Sprout. Kaleidoscopic, hedonistic and vibrant, 'Mothers' is the sound of a band stepping up a gear, cleansing their collective third eye in the process with alarmingly engaging results.
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Cat: PPU 080. Rel: 18 Jul 17
  1. If You Want Me (3:49)
  2. You're Exactly (4:24)
  3. Hypnotized (5:06)
  4. Best Of My Love (4:27)
  5. Mystical Lady (4:56)
  6. Walk With Me (5:25)
  7. Togetherness (4:37)
  8. Baby Talk (3:50)
  9. Sometimes (5:02)
Review: Sporty Cat sykes delivers the album he always wanted to in the 80s. Laid down the traditional Tascam way, the talented Michigan multi-instrumentalist digs deep into soul palette with equal measures of organic and electronic instrumentation. Expect heavy waves of atmospheres, rich layers of funk and consistent levels of emotion as we glide and stumbled between each touching moment; the drifting sunset ballad "The Best Of My Love", the weeping keys and fluttering slap bass of "Togetherness", the cloud surfing dream boogie of "Sometimes", the rude synth bass and sultry R&B vocals of "If You Want Me", the list goes on...
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Cat: MRBLP 167. Rel: 11 Jun 18
  1. Misdemeanor (2:32)
  2. Big Things Come In Small Packages (3:07)
  3. I'm Your Puppet (3:20)
  4. Mockingbird (3:33)
  5. I'll Get You In The End (3:23)
  6. Hey Little Girl (2:53)
  7. Happy Face (2:46)
  8. Swooperman (2:37)
  9. More Love (3:41)
  10. Only My Love Is True (3:29)
  11. Lullabye/Uncle Albert (6:35)
Review: Foster Emerson Sylvers was a member of the Sylvers when he was just a kid, and his debut LP form 1973 preceded what the Jackson Five achieved towards the end of the decade. At the time of his self-titled debut, Sylvers was only 11 years old, and the kid from Philly already had enough elegance and panache to perform on any stage across the globe. This magnificent LP, reissued by the trusted Mr Bongo, is a pleasure in every single way...for the artist's voice, for the diversity of these soul ballads, and for their irreplaceable charm. There is so much love, so much passion, and so much (true) soul across these 11 tracks - not to mention the fact that tey have been near impossible to find until now! What a corker - do not let this one slide!
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Cat: MRBLP 162. Rel: 11 Jun 18
  1. We Can Make It If We Try (2:49)
  2. Through The Love In My Heart (3:17)
  3. Handle It (2:43)
  4. I'll Never Let You Go (4:26)
  5. Cry Of A Dreamer (4:30)
  6. Stay Away From Me (3:37)
  7. I Don't Need To Prove Myself (3:32)
  8. Let It Be Me (4:58)
  9. Love Me, Love Me Not (3:21)
  10. I Remember (4:48)
  11. Yesterday (2:25)
Review: Vocally-led by child sensation, Foster Sylvers, The Sylvers family grew into their own throughout the 70s, and 1973's The Sylvers II really instilled their sound as the gold standard fo funk music. We're talking about a family of kids who were all incredible musicians, truly offering the world a heartfelt performance, whichever aesthetic they were going for. Mr Bongo has delivered the goods once again with this reissue, and we are totally stoked about the fact that we are receiving the sort of funk and soul which still has not been experienced by everyone. It is about the mystique, it is about the charm, and it's most certainly high time for some soothing soul direct from the source - oh, and check that bassline on the magnetic "Handle It". Recommended.
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Beautiful Bamboo Flute (gatefold LP)
Cat: MRBLP 214. Rel: 27 Sep 19
  1. Kokiriku Bushi (4:05)
  2. Sado Okesa (3:54)
  3. Tairyo Utaikomi (3:16)
  4. Soma Bon Uta (2:56)
  5. Komoro Mago Uta (2:58)
  6. Nanbu Ushio Uta (3:44)
  7. Itsuki No Komori Uta (4:35)
  8. Hietsuki Bushi (4:06)
  9. Yasuki Bushi (3:36)
  10. Yosakoi Bushi (4:06)
  11. Kuroda Bushi (4:24)
Review: Hozan Yamamoto is a widely revered figure in Japan, and a true icon of the seventies jazz scene. This album from 1971 is one of this best and a seminal work that effortlessly floats through fusion, soul and big band styles and has been basically impossible to buy in original format. Trust Mr Bongo to come correct with this fully licensed version which features his trademark flute playing and finds the maestro in a soaring, uplifting mood here. Big brass adds weight to his leads while well formed grooves drive the album along. Add in subtle Japanese stylings and it all adds up to a J jazz classic.
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Notes: There comes a time in every high caliber recording artist's career when they reach the landmark of their first DVD release. For the 8th biggest DJ in the world, that time is now. After a 2-year production process, the start of summer 2010 saw Markus Schulz drop the curtain on his third artist album Do You Dream? Equipped with 17 new productions, he took the critically acclaimed music on a world tour, personally introducing it to 100s of 1000s of clubbers around the globe. Through 18 countries, and over a 3-month period, a documentary team captured this journey. Their directive were simple: 'shoot everything, miss nothing'... and that's exactly what they did.

The outcome of that lens odyssey is Markus Schulz: Do You Dream? The World Tour Documentary and it takes you, the viewer inside Markus' professional life for the first time. Up close and at times personal, the camera captures his thoughts pre-gig in the ready-rooms, follows him through the anticipation of the backstage tunnels and up onto the stages of electronic dance music biggest, most celebrated events. Nature One, Sunrise, Dance Valley, Tomorrowland, Pleasure Island, Future Music, they're all here, their crowd-generated electricity caught in HD. If you've been to one, you'll want to see them all! From Amnesia nights, filmed from the pulpit to tornado-hit festivals in Russia and two-gigs-in-a-day dashes across Australia, you're with him every step, jolt, rush and drumbeat of the way.

It also records Markus during rare downtime, which finds him everywhere from Vegas wedding chapels to wildlife parks in the outback. Break-of-dawn starts in home base Miami and late night, post-gig crash-outs at his European base in Berlin. The documentary also finds Markus talking frankly about the stresses and strains that 150 gigs a year places on an international DJ and talking about the revelation that touched his personal life two years ago.

Markus' travelogue exploits on the DVD are naturally soundtracked by the incredible, extraordinary Do You Dream album audio. You can see him roll out D.Y.D. floor-quakers, sometimes for the first time and see the floor reaction. Not The Same, Away, 65.4HZ, Dark Heart Waiting, Surreal, Alpha State, Unsaid are all on there and the DVD also includes the full official videos for Dark Heart Waiting, Rain, Future Cities and Do You Dream.

If you saw Markus Schulz play live anywhere in the latter part of 2010, this is the DVD you're going to want to see and own.

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Cat: 411028 Rel: 22 Nov 10
Visual guide to the history of modern music and discovery of the stories of the people behind, with archive photographs, rare artwork and newspaper clippings (190 pages, paperback, black & white/colour)
Notes: Now the world's foremost blues, rockabilly, soul and rock n roll reissue label, Ace Records has been responsible for unearthing lost classics and neglected pioneers for over three decades and provided some of the finest and most influential records of the post-war era. The first comprehensive history of this fascinating label, Ace Records takes in some of the finest and most enduring modern music, rock n roll, soul, funk, blues, jazz, R&B, garage rock and punk.

To read the Ace Records: Labels Unlimited is to explore the history of modern music and to discover the stories of the people that made it. The book chronicles this fascinating label and profiles a diverse range of artists including BB King, John Fahey, Lee Hazlewood and Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers, Riff Raff, Johnny & the Self Abusers, Drug Addix and Rocky Sharpe & The Replays. Illustrated with many unseen archive photographs dating back to the 1920s, rare artwork and newspaper clippings and written by established music journalist and author David Stubbs, the Ace Records: Labels Unlimited is a highly entertaining and visually stunning guide to a pioneering alternative to the mainstream UK music scene.
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