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Flying Fantasy (7" in Juno exclusive hand-stamped kraft paper inner sleeve + branded card outer sleeve + sticker Nachpressung)
Cat: MUKAT 059. Rel: 19 Aug 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Flying Fantasy (exclusive instrumental version) (4:35)
  2. Rhodes E Serenidade (3:37)
Review: Small repress of the Modern Sun Records founder and experienced jazz-wise producer Marc Friedli AKA Skymark. A-side "Flying Fantasy" originally appeared on the Spanish producer's 2016 album "Resistance Sonore", but is here featured in instrumental form for the first time. If anything, it's better than the original version, largely because we get to revel in Friedli's mazy Fender Rhodes solos, rubbery jazz-funk synth bass and loose-limbed, West London style broken beats. You'll find plenty more jaunty jazz-funk vibes and liquid electric piano solos on B-side cut "Rhodes E Serenidade", which first slipped out way back in 2015. DJ Support so far from Dom Servini, Emanative,Red Greg,Kevin Beadle, Mike Chadwick,Dynamite Cuts & Rocafort Records so far
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 in stock $6.20
Cat: SC 722. Rel: 05 Sep 19
Funk
  1. Try My Love (3:39)
  2. Odoya (feat Toco) (3:53)
Review: Stefano Tirone has been a stalwart of the Italian scene since making his debut on legendary Italian house label Calypso Records way back in 1992. Since then, his productions have become increasingly more jazz and soul focused, with a sizeable side order of groovy downtempo beats. His latest seven-inch single begins with "Try My Love", a hazy chunk of head-nodding jazz-funk/soul fusion rich in languid synthesizer solos, lazy grooves, hazy horns and soulful vocals. It's really good all told, though we'd argue that flipside "Odoya" - a wiggling chunk of Afro-tinged mid-tempo funk - is even better. Either way, it's another rock solid release from the effervescent Tirone.
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Could It Be You (reissue) (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: 47 8907. Rel: 27 Aug 19
Soul
  1. Sharon Scott - "Could It Be You" (2:13)
  2. Dean Courtney - "We Have A Good Thing" (2:30)
Review: Some sizzling hot reissue action here, as RCA Victor offers up a pair of in demand dancefloor soul cuts from 1966. Side A offers a chance to grab Sharon Scott's rare and hard to find debut, "Could It Be You", a stomping and uplifting chunk of Detroit style soul that's long been popular within the Northern Soul scene. Over on side B you'll find Dean Courtney's second single "We Have A Good Thing". Curiously, this was only ever put out as a promotional 7" single, despite the quality of its lolloping beat, "wall of sound" style production and Courtney's sweet lead vocal. It's nowhere near as essential as the superb Sharon Scott track, but it's still pretty damn hot.
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out of stock $9.30
Cat: DAP 1122. Rel: 20 Aug 19
Soul
  1. Get With The Program (4:06)
  2. Heads Or Tails (3:33)
Review: The man with the Masterplan returns to Daptone after last year's "Casual Encounter". Once again it's a two-sides-two-vibes situation as the 30-year-standing funk veteran flexes his strengths. "Get With The Program" lives up to its name with total boogie badness, falsetto fire and a bassline so juicy Dapton's vaults have been flooded. "Heads Or Tails" flips to reveal Shorts' smoochier palette. Rich, honeyed vocals and a steamy message: everyone's a winner.
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out of stock $8.02
It's A New Day (7" Nachpressung)
Cat: DYNAM 7007. Rel: 15 Aug 19
Funk
  1. It's A New Day (3:05)
  2. Trespassing (4:05)
Review: Two all time funk/soul classics from the Skull Snaps - a funk group active between 1963 and 1973. They were known as The Diplomats up until 1970 and released a number of singles with moderate success. Renamed Skull Snaps, they released an eponymous album on the small GSF label in 1973, before disappearing into obscurity. These selections are from the said album. New 7" reissue label Dynamite Cuts is releasing these two gems as a limited edition 500 only pressing, showcasing the two best tracks on the LP. Both have been heavily sampled in many hip-hop and club classics by Eric B. & Rakim, Digable Planets, DJ Shadow, The Prodigy and Panjabi MC to name but a few.
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Ain't No Need (7" Nachpressung)
Cat: RSRLTD 001. Rel: 04 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Ain't Your Need (2:54)
  2. Ain't Your Need (dance) (5:02)
Review: New Zealand based not for profit label Rain & Shine are proud to present the first official reissue of Skye's highly sought after "Ain't No Need" since it's 1976 release. Remastered and reissued, it has long been a favourite of some of the most well respected DJs across the scene: from Floating Points and Sadar Bahar, to Mr Scruff and Theo Parrish. Strictly limited to 1000, never to be repressed - hand numbered, 7" picture sleeve with a dinked centre hole. Say no more!
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Cat: DB 7025. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Funk
  1. Soho - "Hot Music" (Jazz mix) (5:07)
  2. Earth People - "Dance" (club mix) (4:08)
Review: Pal Joey is a legendary New York house producer. Whatever alias he assumes - and there are many - you can be sure of real quality, and this 7" features two of his best: As Soho he offers the jazzy keys and funked up house loops of "Hot Music" which samples Wynton Marsalis's "Skain's Domain". On the flip, he becomes Earth People and serves up pure house joy on "Dance" with its ebullient vocal yelps, party starting sax lines and timeless chords. It's the sort of celebratory, end of the night weapon that will send people home in absolute raptures.
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out of stock $12.68
Summer Madness Part 1 & 2 (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: FUR 7377. Rel: 12 Sep 19
Funk
  1. Summer Madness (part 1) (2:59)
  2. Summer Madness (part 2) (2:37)
Review: Ubiquity is back with another of its two part 7"s, this time from contemporary soul group The Soul Surfers. Experts at covering the greats, they recently turned their hand to a classic from The JB's, while this time out it is Kool & The Gang's classic "Summer Madness" that gets a deep-cut and sexy make over. Part 1 is a sensuous slow burner with downtempo drums and heavenly guitar playing, while part 2 has harder drum grooves and dreamy , psyched-out guitars. It's another ageless rework that you need in your life.
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  1. Bring Back Peace To The World (part 1) (2:45)
  2. Bring Back Peace To The World (part 2) (2:31)
Review: With the state of world politics at the moment, we could all do with the occasional pick me up. Enter The Pharaohs who link with Chicago natives Spencer Jackson Family for "Bring Back Peace To The World", which gets a timely reissue on Ubiquity. It's a spiritual bit of jazz funk with sax lines to get you grooving, deep soul vocals that stir you from the inside out and gospel overtones that get anyone ready to rejoice. Each part is as essential as the other and despite adding up to just over five minutes in total, both cuts will no doubt enhance your mood.
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 in stock $10.87
Cat: NP 16. Rel: 27 Aug 19
Soul
  1. If You Were Me, What Would You Do? (T Groove remix) (4:08)
  2. I Believe In Love (5:03)
Review: Newcastle-based soul imprint Six Nine's latest release comes courtesy of Jimmy Sterling, an obscure Motor City singer/musician who has been active in Detroit since the turn of the '80s. His Six Nine debut begins with a brand new cut, "If You Were Me, What Would You Do (T Groove Remix)". It's a slick and synth-heavy affair - a revivalist chunk of smooth '80s soul rich squeezable synth bass, boogie style chords and effortlessly emotional vocals from Sterling. Sugary slow jam "I Believe In Love" is a previously unissued 1980s recording that ticks all the right "late night medium wave radio" boxes (think programmed synthesizer-driven grooves, snaking sax lines, plucked guitar notes and a dewy-eyed lead vocal from the talented but overlooked Sterling). It's not as potent as the A-side, but's it's still ace.
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  1. Suprise Chef - "Where's The Cream" (4:41)
  2. Karate Boogaloo - "Do You Even Know What A Passport Is" (4:35)
Review: The second salvo from Aussie imprint College Of Knowledge offers up two sizzling sides of revivalist instrumental soul and funk from bands who've yet to make their mark outside of the Southern hemisphere. Surprise Chef, who helped launched the label earlier in year, handle side A, offering up a loose, percussive and hugely attractive number rich in mazy organ lines, fuzzy bass and classic funk guitar licks. Karate Boogaloo take a slightly more relaxed approach on the flip, layering fluid guitar solos and sustained, elongated Hammond organ chords over a bluesy soul groove.
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 in stock $11.13
Cat: NRMEU 002. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Nadine Sutherland - "Dance Africa" (3:21)
  2. Echoslim X Nicko Rebel X Mr Williamz - "Higrade Skanking" (3:43)
Review: Nicko Rebel Music are back to serve up more top shelf skanking material after their debut release sold out in quick time. The EP introduces a host of debutants including Nadine Sutherland, Echoslim and Nicko Revel who sit next to the more established Mr Micah Williams, a Necessary Mayhem mainstay with skills to burn. Sutherland's "Dance Africa" is a rootsy roller with flabby bass and big trumpet lines accompanying her vocal work, which celebrates the glory of Africa, while B side "Higrade Skanking" from Echoslim X Nicko Rebel X Mr Williamz does exactly what it says on the tin.
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 in stock $10.09
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