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Singles
  1. Archie Bell & The Drells - "Where Will You Go When The Party's Over" (A Tom Moulton mix) (9:06)
  2. People's Choice - "Jam Jam Jam (All Night Long)" (A Tom Moulton mix) (7:42)
  3. Teddy Pendergrass - "I Don't Love You Anymore" (A Tom Moulton mix) (8:46)
  4. Lou Rawls - "See You When I Git There" (A Tom Moulton mix) (9:39)
Review: During the latter stages of the "Philly Soul" era, New York remixer Tom Moulton delivered a string of inspired, DJ friendly reworks for the Philadelphia International label. For proof, check this fine selection of classic Moulton mixes for the storied imprint. Check first his version of Archie Bell and the Drells' "Where Will You Go When The Party's Over", which he brilliantly teases out and increases in intensity over nine spellbinding minutes. The funkier flex of People's Choice's "Jam, Jam, Jam (All Night Long)" is a sweaty, low-down treat, while the Teddy Pendergrass rework is a soaring disco classic in the Philly Soul style. Best of all, though, is the string-drenched disco celebration that is his mix of Lou Rawls' "See You When I Git There".
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Promises & Infatuation (limited split coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 022. Rel: 12 Jun 17
Techno
  1. Borusiade - "Infatuation" (5:28)
  2. Borusiade - "Confutation" (6:19)
  3. The Sixteen Steps - "Signals From The South" (6:28)
  4. The Sixteen Steps - "Promises On The Run" (7:17)
Review: Rampant and 'up for it' as usual, the Cititrax label is back with a new set of wayward technoid experiments for the more trained ears on the dancefloors. This time it's Romania's Borusiade and newcomer The Sixteen Steps who share two sides of a wax plate and, of course, proceed to annihilate any idea of a quiet night in. The former sets off with the mechanical acid bumps of "Infatuation", guided by an eerie set of vocal blurs, and that's followed by the comparatively more beat-centric techno of the apocalyptic "Confutation". On the flip, The Sixteen Steps first lands on "Signals From The South", a house banger with noxious levels of mutant bass at its core, followed by the single-minded industrialism and sheer techno brutality of "Promises On The Run". WOWZAH!
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Gespielt von: Ali Renault, Elenacolombi
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The Floor Mixes (limited hand-numbered blue vinyl 12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: MW 065. Rel: 19 Dec 17
Techno
  1. Five Times Of Dust - "Computer Bank" (The Floor mix) (7:12)
  2. Five Times Of Dust - "Armoured Car" (6:57)
  3. Unovidual & Tara Cross - "Like I Am, Comme Je Suis" (The Floor mix) (7:11)
  4. Unovidual & Tara Cross - "Imponative" (3:28)
Review: Thanks to the eternally revered Minimal Wave imprint, out of NYC, Mark Phillips and Robert Lawrence's Five Times Of Dust project is going through a bit of a revival. The duo had first released some post-punk cassettes back in the 80s, and they clearly have not been forgotten. On this new remix EP, "Computer Bank" is given a makeover in the form of a The Floor remix, who proceeds to add all sorts of quirkiness over the tune's tough, heavy bass and driving rhythm; "Armoured Car" breaks the 4/4 in favour of something much closer to the band's original drum machine style. Once again, on the flip, we have a remix of "Like I Am, Comme Je Suis" by The Floor, who throws up a gnarly electro bass onto shady, neo-romantic vocals, and the whole things is finished off by "Imponative" from Unovodual and Tara Cross, who produce a slow, heady industrial groove for the dancefloor.
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Gespielt von: Alexis Le-Tan, Dj soFa
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Cosmic Bebop (double 12")
Cat: MATH 088. Rel: 16 Jun 16
Techno
  1. Apples (5:19)
  2. The Theme From Alexia (6:14)
  3. 4 I Am The Light Let Me Show You The Way (9:48)
  4. Finger Prints Of The Gods (6:27)
  5. Other Side Of Time (6:07)
  6. Galaxy Theme (7:01)
  7. The Outernothingness (8:09)
  8. The Secret Life Of Water (6:30)
Review: Jamal Moss doesn't mess around. The legendary Chicagoan is impressively prolific, and seemingly able to knock out a new album or double EP in a matter of days, rather than weeks or months. Cosmic Bebop is his latest set of no-nonsense jack tracks; an eight-track assault on the senses forged from dusty old drum machines, occasional blasts of distant melody, and all manner of mind-altering special effects. It's pretty much what you'd expect from Moss, and for the most part sits in the folder marked "box jams". There are standouts, of course - see the delicious "Track 5" and intense acid workout "Track 7" - but for the most part Moss offers killer variations on a theme.
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Klockworks 20.1 (double 12")
Cat: KLOCKWORKS 20.1. Rel: 03 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Etapp Kyle - "Essay" (5:29)
  2. Jon Hester - "Let's Go" (5:26)
  3. Adam Craft - "Aphite 49" (6:31)
  4. Sterac - "Lately" (6:37)
  5. Ben Klock - "Twenty" (6:29)
  6. DVS1 - "In The Middle" (6:39)
  7. Trevino - "Sombre Tones" (4:53)
Review: The good chaps over at Hardwax, Klockworks' own distribution network, are calling this a "perfectionist techno compilation" and, in their own words, it comes "warmly recommended". We agree with both of statements, and believe this to be a fine piece of work from the Ben Klock collective. Perhaps listeners won't hear anything drastically game-changing in here, but it is certainly all dance music of the highest calibre, from a collection of artists who have truly crafted a neat and elegant vision of techno music. On this double, the first in an upcoming series, there's a mixture of old and new faces all coming together to showcase the sound they've been so close to over the years; the wonderful Sterac makes an appearance with a refreshingly off-kilter blur of dub techno on "Lately", while Ben Klock himself comes through with the ice-cold bleeps of "Twenty", and the mighty DVS1 blasts out some penetrative percussion folds on "In The MIddle. Trevino rocks the boat with "Sombre Tones", whereas relative newcomers Etapp Kyle and Jon Hester turn in their own 5am bullets.
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Gespielt von: Ben Sims, Rolando, OHM, Jay Hill
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Dead Limit (double 12")
Cat: VSN 021. Rel: 15 Sep 15
Drum And Bass
  1. Dead Limit (6:01)
  2. Inverse (4:16)
  3. Omnivore (4:52)
  4. Mouthbreather (4:39)
Review: They hit the limit... The limit hit back! Everything about this EP is awesome: firstly, the partnership of two of drum & bass's most on-point production teams. Secondly, "Mouthbreather" has been on all god-fearing neurofunkologist's wishlist for several years and it doesn't disappoint. Thirdly, "Dead Limit" one of the grizzliest, unruly tunes you'll hear all year. Fourthly, "Inverse" is the ultimate definition of elastic D&B funk. Fifthly, "Omnivore" contains some of the strangest, captivating sound design ever processed for the dance. Sixthly, the artwork is bang on point too. Trust us; this hits hard!
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Gespielt von: Proxima
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  1. The O'Jays - "This Time Baby" (A Tom Moulton mix) (9:52)
  2. The Futures - "Party Time Man" (A Tom Moulton mix) (9:10)
  3. Jean Carn - "My Love Don't Come Easy" (A Tom Moulton mix) (10:46)
  4. The Jones Girls - "Nights Over Egypt" (A Tom Moulton mix) (9:09)
Review: Philadelphia International Records continues to dip into its bulging archives and offer up double-packs containing some of the finest 1970s remixes from remix pioneer Tom Moulton. As you'd expect, there's plenty to get the juices flowing and the heart pounding on this third volume in the series. Record one opens up with Moulton's epic version of the O'Jays' "This Time Baby", a swirling Philly Soul classic that later became a favourite of sample-loving disco-house producers and disco re-editors, and continues with his sugary but floor-friendly version of the Futures' "Party Time Man". Over on record two, Moulton's inspired extension of Jean Carn's seductive "Love Don't Come Easy" is followed by his must-have version of the Jones Girls' "Nights Over Egypt".
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Disco Grenade EP (12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: SCR 023. Rel: 08 Aug 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Osmose - "Disco Luv" (6:00)
  2. Oldchap - "Sherrif's House" (5:38)
  3. Osmose - "U Promised Me" (6:03)
  4. The Funk District - "A Gangster Film" (5:55)
Review: Beatdown disco rework specialists Smokecloud have assembled a crack team of troops for their latest salvo into no-man's-land. Leading the charge and lobbing the first "Disco Grenade" is label chief Osmose, who contributes two tight cuts: loopy, filter-sporting disco chugger "Disco Luv" - a study in ear-pleasing, head-nodding hypnotism rich in musical positivity - and the more up-beat disco-funk thrust of flipside opener "U Promised Me", which sees him make merry with a cheery AOR disco favourite. Elsewhere, Oldchap delivers the obligatory slo-mo disco flier - think 98BPM beats, rising backing vocals, disco-rock grooves and jaunty Rhodes stabs - while The Funk District's "A Gangster Film" is a Blaxploitation-inspired bouncy disco-house treat.
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Places (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: TRAUMV 221. Rel: 23 May 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. A Little Church In Amsterdam (5:55)
  2. Blossoming Limburg (feat Mahfoud) (4:59)
  3. Night Owl (3:53)
  4. Kollwitzplatz (5:55)
  5. Places (feat Mahfoud) (4:32)
  6. Underwater Rhapsody (5:06)
Review: More ethereal deep house from a talented Cologne based producer. Thyladomid (real name Charles Thiemann) presents his second full length following up 2015's Interstellar Destiny on Diynamic. It features some lush selections indeed: from the hypnotic bell melody of opener "A Little Church In Amsterdam" which you could imagine Lee Burridge playing at a Los Angeles rooftop party, through to the bittersweet and pop-inflected melancholia of "Blossoming Limburg" featuring some magnificent vocals by Mahfoud. You really get to hear how much diversity there is this talented young producer's sonic repertoire from here. Take "Kollwitzplatz" for instance, which merges charming neoclassical elements with trippy minimal techno aesthetics, or the bittersweet symphony on the ecstatic closer "Underwater Rhapsody". Keep your eyes on Thyladomid moving forward in 2018.
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Cat: ARCHAICPRINT 001. Rel: 12 Jun 19
Techno
  1. Stanislav Tolkachev - "Sustainability #1" (5:57)
  2. Stanislav Tolkachev - "Sustainability #2" (6:40)
  3. The Transhumans - "Hipnomancer" (5:39)
  4. Dan Bohler - "Program & Control" (5:04)
Review: Having built up a following over five years via their popular podcast series, Spain's Archaic crew has decided to launch a label. Their first missive is a multi-artist, compilation style affair that should find its way into the record boxes of some serious techno DJs. Experienced Ukrainian producer Stanislav Tolkachev hands side A, first delivering the mind-altering peak-time throb of "Sustainability #1" - all restless distorted bass, locked-in drum machine beats and sharp, undulating electronic lead lines - before creating an intoxicating mood via the angular modular motifs and cyclical acid flashes of wonky workout "Sustainability #2". Berlin-based Spanish duo The Transhumans offer up a punchy peak-time techno throb-job rich on minor key riffs and increasingly wayward electronics, while Dan Bohler's "Program and Control" will batter you into submission via Surgeon-esque beats, industrial noises and metallic percussion hits.
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Cat: DYNAM 7054/DYNAM 7055. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Funk
  1. Running Fast (4:26)
  2. Fearing Much (3:39)
  3. Feeling Tense (4:10)
  4. Walking In The Dark (4:44)
Review: It seems so obvious you wonder why it doesn't happen more often: Stefano Torossi's "Feelings" album from 2000 was made up of track titles that convey certain situations and emotions that he masterfully reflects in the music. This new double 7" includes the highlights, such as the racing jazz and trumpet stabs of "Running Fast," the sustained and uneasy chords of "Fearing Much" and "Feeling Tense," which is actually a pretty lush bit of smooth jazz. "Walking In The Dark" rounds off the double pack with playful guitars and luxuriant synths that are pure soundtrack goodness. Ace.
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Gently Evil (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: TS 003LP. Rel: 16 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Pretend Like You Care (3:33)
  2. No Call From New York (6:40)
  3. Love Pony (2:40)
  4. Beneath The Beauty (6:58)
  5. One Kiss (5:20)
  6. A Thousand Yard Stare (6:13)
  7. Random Acts Of Thievery (5:13)
  8. Awful Mutation (7:16)
  9. Lying Tongues (Zero - Sum Games) (5:24)
Review: If you dig electro, you should be well aware of the work of Transparent Sound. The Bognor Regis-based label has been serving up killer cuts and must-have EPs since the mid 1990s, though it's been rather quiet in recent years. In fact, "Gently Evil" is founder Orson Brambley's first album length excursion for almost a decade, making it a real event release. Kicking off with the bubbly intergalactic ambient of "Pretend Like You Care", the nine track album sees the veteran production partnership alternate between snappy electro club cuts, deeper electronic excursions, heady sci-fi soundscapes, punchy Motor City techno workouts and the kind of dark, unearthly dancefloor fare once associated with Drexciya. It is, then, a well thought out and executed album where the quality threshold remains impressively high throughout.
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Gespielt von: Billy Nasty
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Syndicate (double 12")
Cat: SENLP 001. Rel: 11 Jun 19
Deep Dubstep
  1. Truth - "Simulation Theory" (4:39)
  2. Caspa - "Anyone Else" (3:19)
  3. Bukez Finezt - "Benz" (5:09)
  4. Onhell - "Sun Ra" (3:30)
Review: One of the most prominent and on-point dubstep labels to emerge in recent years, Youngsta's Sentry hits new peaks with their first V/A album. The full set will include the likes of Argo, Taso, Sukh Knight, Mr K, LSN, Nomine, Opus and many more contemporary low end visionaries. And it kicks off right here with a truly international collective; Truth, Caspa, Bukez Finezt, Onhell. From New Zealand to Cali via Germany and UK, all vibes are explored here... Cosmic swagger on Truth's "Simulation Theory", paranoid gravity-defying deepness on Caspa's "Anyone Else" and proper Mozart-flavoured 808 mischief from Bukez Finezt. Onhell brings this remarkable syndication to a close with the wavey, poignant "Sun Ra". Bring on the whole album.
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Stop Bajon (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: BST X035. Rel: 02 Jul 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Stop Bajon (vocal)
  2. Stop Bajon (acappella)
  3. Stadera
  4. Stop Bajon (instrumental)
Review: Best Italy have dug out a serious gem here, tapping up Italian percussionist and composer Tullio De Piscopo and his much-coveted simmering Balearic jam "Stop Bajon," which was as big in Ibiza (and still is) as it was in its native Italy. With its insistent rhythmic thump, chanting vocals and delicate keys it's little wonder the likes of DJ Harvey love spinning it. As well as the instrumental and acappella cuts of this wonderful mid 80s gem, you also get to sample the ranging downtempo funk of "Stadera," which could almost belong to Talking Heads with its mysterious tones and limber production.
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Rather Not (12" in screen-printed sleeve limited to 250 copies)
Cat: ENFANT 27. Rel: 24 Nov 16
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Rather Not (4:35)
  2. Leader's Choice (4:48)
  3. I'm Not The Same (5:26)
  4. Stuck (3:42)
  5. Running Out (4:50)
  6. Spiraling Down (6:32)
Review: Matthew Weiner is TWINS, an acronym for That Which Is Not Said. The Atlanta based producer has had several cassette releases on his own DKA and CGI Records in addition to appearing for Glasgow's Clan Destine and London based Crimes Of The Future. The Rather Not LP for Dutch label Enfant Terrible sees Weiner throw down some convincingly '80s sounding alternative synth music, such as on tracks like "Leader's Choice" which is reminiscent of Geography era Front 242 or "I'm Not The Same" channelling Gary Numan circa The Pleasure Principle. A must have for retroverts, this great album that pushes the same territory as fellow North American analogue synth heads like Beau Wanzer, White Car or Streetwalker.
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Gespielt von: Kid Who, Thread London
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Tracks Volume 2 (limited red vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 019. Rel: 19 Apr 16
Techno
  1. Tzusing - "Nonlinear War" (5:55)
  2. L/F/D/M - "Moth Holes" (6:12)
  3. Silent Servant - "The Touch" (6:10)
  4. Maelstrom - "Lithium" (5:33)
Review: Cititrax's first Tracks 12" sampler did a good job in showcasing material from some of the Brooklyn-based label's favourite contemporary producers. This follow-up, arriving only a few short months after the first, aims to do the same. Returning for his second appearance, Tsuzing kicks things off with the razor-sharp shuffle of "Nonlinear War", whose intoxicating electronics and wild synth lines recall Brown Album-era Orbital, before London-based L/F/D/M takes a trip into bleak techno territory with the acid-laden "Mouth Holes". Flip for Silent Servant's deliciously grandiose, muscular electro-disco workout "The Touch", and the clanking industrial percussion, EBM attitude and humming electro beats of Maelstrom's "Lithium".
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Alben
ECM
Cat: 677589 6. Rel: 16 Oct 18
Jazz
  1. Mild (8:39)
  2. Red Hook (8:35)
  3. Copenhagen (5:21)
  4. Dug (8:27)
  5. Evening Song (4:51)
  6. Mild (Variation) (11:05)
Review: The latest album on Manfred Eicher's mighty ECM Records imprint comes from Jakob Bro, a Danish jazz guitarist who has been releasing a mixture of beautiful, inspired and thought-provoking music since 2005. On "Bay of Rainbows", he's joined by double bassist Thomas Morgan and drummer Joey Baron, though it's his layered electric guitar work - part Pat Metheny, part Jonny Nash - that catches the ear. As with many ECM releases, the material on offer here is not standard "jazz", instead twisting the form into new shapes equally inspired by ambient and experimental electronica (see the backwards solos and freestyle drumming of "Dug"). While the album is evocative and entertaining throughout, the focal point is undoubtedly closing cut "Mild (Variation)", an 11-minute ambient jazz epic that's breathtakingly beautiful.
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Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Jazz
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Paris (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: PAR 005. Rel: 28 Oct 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Saverio Celestri - "Interstellar" (6:33)
  2. Zendid - "Radio Polo" (7:14)
  3. Sonodab - "Triggwork" (7:27)
  4. Seuil - "Rob In The Hood" (6:23)
  5. Baraso - "Howls" (7:43)
  6. TC80 - "Forest Temple" (5:57)
  7. Alex Picone - "Sunday" (6:30)
Review: Since 2014, Spain's Park & Ride label have been offering a truly outstanding selection of collaborative releases from the finest talents of the deeper side of contemporary tech-house. This time, they return with the Paris compilation, driven by the sounds of some of Europe's finest. Among our favourites on here, we have the opener, Saverio Celestri's majestic "Interstellar", a hybrid trip between house and industrial electro that sounds as if it were cut straight from the machines through which it was conceived; "Rob In The Hood" by Seuil is another sublime slice of grainy, stripped-back dance music with a clear ode to the coldwave scene, and Alex Picone's "Sunday" provides a charming, graceful analogue house cut with a broken rhythm and some glorious background sonic manipulation. Yes.
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Black Messiah (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: 888750 565518. Rel: 11 Mar 15
 
Soul
  1. Ain't That Easy
  2. 1000 Deaths
  3. The Charade
  4. Sugah Daddy
  5. Really Love
  6. Back To The Future (part I)
  7. Till It's Done (Tutu)
  8. Prayer
  9. Betray My Heart
  10. The Door
  11. Back To The Future (part II)
  12. Another Life
Review: YES! Any self respecting music fan will no doubt already have fully acquainted themselves with Black Messiah, the long promised new album from soul artist D'Angelo and know that it already stands as one of the long players of the year if not the decade! The real fans have probably been waiting for the vinyl release and it's great to see the correct decision has been made to grant Black Messiah a double LP pressing. Everyone no doubt has their favourites on Black Messiah but it's great to have cuts like "Sugah Daddy" on wax, that one is perfect for the house party situations.
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Cat: SOLP 1. Rel: 26 Apr 19
Indie
  1. All At Sea (2:00)
  2. Wh'os Been Having You Over (2:00)
  3. Paradise Is Under Your Nose (2:00)
  4. Narcissistic Teen Makes First XI (2:00)
  5. Someone Else To Be (2:00)
  6. The Steam (2:00)
  7. Travelling Tinker (2:00)
  8. Lamentable Ballad Of Gascony Avenue (2:00)
  9. A Fool There Was (2:00)
  10. Shoreleave (2:00)
  11. Punk Buck Bonafide (2:00)
Review: Infamous Libertines and Babyshambles frontman Peter Doherty returns with his latest project, Peter Doherty and the Puta Madres, formed by members of Doherty's touring band from his 2016 "Eudaimonia" tour. He brings with him, of note, Jack Jones - also a member of Trampolene - who shares vocal duties and guitar collaboration with Doherty on the LP. Expect a ragged, not entirely inharmonious, array of spangled guitars, boot-skootin' fiddles, broken down jazz and deconstructed mega blues. A good one for those smokey nights of Laphroaig when lamenting the ups & downs of one's life and times, all spent in an irreverent tone of UK punk and blues, or as the band call it: an intimate portrait of love, loss, being lost, happiness, tragedy, addiction and the power of the human soul to transcend its darker levels
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Henryk Gorecki: Symphony No 3: Symphony Of Sorrowful Songs (heavyweight vinyl LP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 395. Rel: 29 Mar 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Lento, Sostenuto Tranquillo Ma Cantabile (24:13)
  2. Lento E Largo, Tranquillissimo - Cantabilissimo - Dolcissimo - Legatissimo (8:19)
  3. Lento, Cantabile - Semplice (15:36)
Review: Five years ago, Portishead front woman Beth Gibbons joined forces with the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra to perform Henryk Gorecki's "Symphony Number 3 (Symphony Of Sorrowful Songs)" at the National Opera Grand Theatre in Warsaw. Here, the recording of the concert is finally given a release. It's a stunning suite of classical pieces, with the orchestra making short work of Gorecki's swelling movements and deeply melancholic musical motifs. Gibbons is in particularly fine form, transforming herself into an operatic artist and accurately delivers the stunning, Polish-language pieces. It's an astonishing performance and nothing like we've ever heard from her before. The 24-minute opening track is, in particular, breathtaking.
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  1. Aegean Fantasy (6:37)
  2. Atlantis (3:01)
  3. Reggae Aegean Woman (3:56)
  4. Mykonos Bride (3:51)
  5. Image (6:49)
  6. The Rose Between Waves (5:21)
  7. Day Break (4:17)
  8. Aphrodite's Mourning (3:49)
Review: In 1979, a year after he co-founded Yellow Magic Orchestra, Haruomi Hosono joined forces with acoustic guitarist Takahiko Ishikawa and keyboardist Masataka Matsutoya to record "The Aegean Sea", a gloriously sunny set of jazz-fusion, disco and jazz-funk cuts shot through with Mediterranean musical influences. It's the kind of thing that would now be considered "Balearic", so it's little surprise to see the set getting a European reissue for the very first time. There's much to admire throughout, from the funk-fuelled dancefloor cheeriness of "Reggae Aegean Woman" and Bob James/Jimmy Smith-influenced bliss of "Image", to the sun-baked gorgeousness of "Day Break" and thrillingly jaunty "Atlantis".
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Timo Lassy & Teppo Makynen (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WJLP 14. Rel: 13 Jun 19
Jazz
  1. Fallow (3:04)
  2. Goldenrod (3:03)
  3. Liberty (part 1) (3:05)
  4. Catawba (3:04)
  5. Resolution Blue (3:05)
  6. Liberty (part 2) (3:14)
  7. Aero (3:09)
  8. Kobi (3:13)
  9. Telemagenta (3:09)
  10. Nyanza (2:54)
  11. Firebrick (1:46)
  12. Dark Cyan (2:51)
  13. Heliotrope (3:19)
Review: Finnish jazz scene heavyweights Timo Lassy (saxophone) and Teppo Makynen (drums) are old studio buddies. They've released a number of collaborative singles, but this self-titled set is their first joint album. After kicking off via the slow-burn ambient jazz creepiness of "Fallow", the pair shuffles through sparse but engrossing cuts that combine Lassy's meandering headline-grabbing saxophone solos with Makynen's ambidextrous drum rhythms and melodic percussion parts (think xylophone, marimba, kalimba etc). It's very experimental in nature and closer in spirit to free-jazz than some of their collaborative work, though the results are uniformly impressive and strangely alluring.
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Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Jazz
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  1. Koro Koro (4:19)
  2. East Of Eden (feat Jah Tekla) (5:21)
  3. OAU In Music (4:34)
  4. Don't Touch Me (5:37)
  5. Anti Galactic Devotion (4:27)
  6. International Smoke Signal (feat Manu Dibango) (6:06)
  7. Oh Yes (Freedom) (5:08)
  8. Ai Shi Temasu (Japanese Love) (4:28)
  9. Show Them (4:00)
Review: Tony 'Addis', the man behind the Warriors Dance label and No Smoke project (amongst many other things) is undeniably one of British dance music's unsung heroes. That much is proved by this re-mastered reissue of 1990 LP "International Smoke Signal", an album so ahead of the game at the time of its release that it still sounds like the future. Most will know acid house anthem "Koro Koro" (here in altered, slightly more downtempo form), but it's the quality of the lesser-known cuts - the sub-heavy, UK steppas-influenced Afro-house of "East of Eden", the bleep-meets-Dream II Science deep house bliss of "OAU In Music", acid-fired "Anti Galactic Devotion" and "Pacific State" style E-rush of "Oh Yes (Freedom)" - that makes it such an impressive and essential set.


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Nova (limited coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SJRLP 442. Rel: 15 Feb 19
Jazz
  1. Nova (3:48)
  2. Lions Of Juda (5:34)
  3. Free Spirits - Unknown (5:47)
  4. Long Time Black (8:00)
  5. Sixth House (8:16)
Review: Way back in 1976, now legendary U.S jazz drummer Steve Reid and his band, The Legendary Master Brotherhood, headed into Studio WE in NYC to record what would become "Nova" - a near-legendary debut album that has since become a cult classic. Featuring a mix of punchy free jazz and free funk, the set is still regarded by many jazz-heads as Reid's defining work. Here it gets a fresh reissue on limited orange vinyl, with Soul Jazz Records doing their usual bang-up job on the mastering and packaging. There's much to admire throughout, from the fizzing dueling trumpet and sax solos of breezy opener "Nova", to the spiraling spiritual jazz intensity of "Free Spirits - Unknown" and the free-jazz epic "Sixth House".
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Until The Hunter (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: TT 3LP. Rel: 04 Nov 16
Indie
  1. Into The Trees (9:04)
  2. The Peasant (4:56)
  3. A Wonderful Seed (4:19)
  4. Let Me Get There (feat Kurt Vile) (7:30)
  5. Day Disguise (4:51)
  6. Treasure (5:54)
  7. Salt Of The Sea (4:22)
  8. The Hiking Song (4:28)
  9. Isn't It True (2:57)
  10. I Took A Ship (4:03)
  11. Liquid Lady (6:18)
Review: This combination of legendarily sultry Mazzy Star chanteuse Sandoval and My Bloody Valentine's Colm o Ciosoig has been silent for seven years, yet this third album marks a welcome return for an outfit who manage with good grace the tricky endeavour of being greater than the sum of their parts. Many might argue that Sandoval could sing the phone book and it would be somehow worth listening to, yet these beguiling songs and dusky arrangements - touching on psychedelic dreamstates, folksy earthiness and Velvets-style swagger with the assistance of none other than Kurt Vile on the Nancy & Lee style 'Let Me Get There' - have a radiant mystique and irresistible allure all of their own.
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Cat: DC 716. Rel: 29 Mar 19
Indie
  1. Warm Hands (3:36)
  2. Squealer (5:57)
  3. Breakfast Eggs (5:11)
  4. The Crawler (2:22)
  5. Finger (3:50)
  6. They Told Me Too (2:16)
  7. Cherry Red (4:57)
  8. Love Fuzz (7:38)
Review: To be a fan of Ty Segall must be a rewarding thing as the Californian singer-songwriter can deliver at the very least one album per annum. This does nothing to diminish the quality of his much loved and trusted music and this time around, with the help of his backing group the Freedom Band, he delivers a live album recorded at Los Angeles' Teragram Ballroom. Mixed by American legend Steve Albini, this album even comes with a rendition of a Segall track commissioned by Comedy Central, and though "Deforming Lobes" may be on a slightly different tip from Segall's cover album "Fudge Sandwich" - and the four albums he released in 2018 - there's no denying the raw take of a wild, uncensored performance.
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Le Renard Bleu (1-sided etched LP)
K7
Cat: KENZ 01. Rel: 28 Aug 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Le Renard Bleu (19:54)
Review: You'll probably know Japanese percussionist Midori Takada from a recent reissue of her wonderful 1983 album, Through The Looking Glass, a piece of work that is often associated to the Balearic wave and the endlessly reinvented wheel that is ambient and drone. However, unlike many cheap imitations, Takada's music comes from the soul, or rather, from a purely spiritual point of view in terms of execution. The legendary artist is joined by Lafawndah, a young vocalist from NYC, and together they have conjured an awesome one-sider for Germany's mythical K7 imprint. "Le Renard Bleu" is a spectral voyage of gently morphing sounds, composed largely of subtle chimes and placid percussion, constantly evolving to reach a tumultuous peak of abstract sonics where Lafawndah's voice is transformed into mist. Wonderful.
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Cat: ASVN 018. Rel: 12 Nov 15
International
  1. Intro (0:42)
  2. Hot Koki (5:11)
  3. Black Gold (5:18)
  4. Sugar Lump (6:01)
  5. Gotam (3:11)
  6. Arabica (4:35)
  7. Black Woman (3:24)
  8. Ma Ka La (3:45)
  9. Nom Te Ma (4:42)
  10. Tcham Tcham (4:01)
Review: Africa Seven continue their rich vein of releases this year with an indepth exploration of the Tala A.M. discography. Those unfamiliar with the Cameroonian's story will be shaken by the adversity he lived through before going on to enjoy a successful music career; blindness and the death of both parents afflicted him as a child. However Tala Andre Marie's love of music was his guiding light, as was Cameroonian icon Manu Dibango who helped him relocate to Paris and thus began a recording career consisting of no less than 13 albums! African Funk Experimentals 1975 To 1978 sees Africa Seven dip into the Tala AM archives for a ten track presentation of his funkiest cuts during the early years of recording for the Fiesta label. "Hot Koki" is a particular treat, whilst disco selectors will love "Sugar Lump".
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Amir (limited gatefold silver vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: COMM 270. Rel: 19 Oct 18
Indie
  1. Habibi (5:05)
  2. Sun May Shine (4:09)
  3. Tummy (3:12)
  4. Chambers (4:27)
  5. So It Goes (4:53)
  6. Indigo Night (4:15)
  7. Cigar (4:06)
  8. Each Time (5:10)
  9. Verses (3:08)
  10. WOTH (3:55)
  11. Intervals (3:38)
  12. Persephone (5:06)
Review: With crooning skills somewhere between the likes of James Blake, Ben Folds and Jeff Buckley, the hottest heartthrob in town is Tamino, a Belgian-Egyptian whose name derives from the hero and prince of Mozart's opera 'The Magic Flute'. Not bad. Complete surrender you might say for his second album, and while singer-song writing tropes of acoustic guitar solos and lonely vocals are all there, touches of contemporary style can be heard in the beatmaking of "Sun May Shine" to the slightly dancier melancholi folk of "Chambers". It's the subtle strokes of Tamino's eastern tone and thematic in numbers like "So It Goes" and "Each Time", however, that give his music a sweet sheen of emotional exotica.
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Tanda Tula Choir (LP + poster + MP3 download code)
Cat: BUSHRECORDINGS 000LP. Rel: 27 Nov 17
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Drum Introduction (1:36)
  2. When I Walk With Thuli, They Call Her Peacock (2:03)
  3. My Trustworthy (2:39)
  4. My Sister, She Is A Miracle (5:07)
  5. Mandela Is Released From Jail (3:34)
  6. Please Open The Door For Us (1:45)
  7. Tanda Tula Has Changed (1:38)
  8. A Beautiful Woman (1:34)
  9. Hello, Hello (2:24)
  10. Drum Interlude (2:21)
  11. N'wa Maxalana Refuses The Nature (4:48)
  12. There Was A Bird In The Garden (1:10)
  13. You Are My Saviour (2:05)
  14. God Is My King (1:39)
  15. Love Of King (1:48)
  16. Please Don't Cry My Baby Sister (0:27)
  17. Talking Machine (0:35)
  18. I'm Walking Home (0:21)
  19. Rest With Me (0:33)
  20. God's Belief Makes My Heart Free (0:29)
  21. Father, We Are Your Children (0:53)
  22. The Nest Of A Bird (1:09)
  23. Tanda Tula Has Changed (0:45)
  24. When God Is Around There Is No Problem (0:34)
  25. I Love God & He Loves Me (1:01)
  26. Matsidiso Is Crying (2:02)
  27. Hello Everyone (3:07)
Review: Hippie Dance proudly present a collection of songs which you will undoubtedly warm to from the get-go. Superpitcher, usually primed for the more tech-sided strain of house, has managed to construct an incredible releasee from an unknown South African band, the Tanda Tula Choir. Their discovery is a result of his latest trip over there and, as soon as he heard them, he was lovestruck. Their self-titled debut LP contains their music and their music only, which is a supremely angelic blend of exotic gospel and Afro soul - the sort of dreamy chanting that gives the continent an edge over others on a constant basis. Organic drumming, improvisational voices, and an altogether DIY feel make the Tanda Tula Choir an exciting addition to this rapidly changing catalogue. Recommended!
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Quantum Gate (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: KSCOPE 967. Rel: 25 Oct 17
Ambient/Drone
  1. Sensing Elements (13:30)
  2. Roll The Seven Twice (6:10)
  3. Identity Proven Matrix (5:12)
  4. Tear Down The Grey Skies (5:55)
  5. Proton Bonfire (8:05)
  6. It Is Time To Leave When Everyone Is Dancing (6:32)
  7. Non-Locality Destination (9:46)
  8. Genesis Of Precious Thoughts (9:05)
  9. Granular Blankets (4:53)
Review: Tangerine Dream's new studio album coincides with the 50th anniversary of the band. In 2014, Original member Edgar Froese with newcomers Thorsten Quaeschning, Ulrich Schnauss and Hoshiko Yamane began to work on what was planned to be the first album of Tangerine Dream's Quantum Years. This would be a new phase and promised an updated, contemporary take on the band's trademark sound of the '70s and '80s. From sequencer driven electronica to ambient soundscapes and energetic/upbeat moments. Quantum physics and philosophy had inspired Froese to attempt a translation of these concepts into music, however he passed away in early 2015. Froese requested that his wife - Bianca (visual artist and TD's manager for the last 15 years) would ensure his vision for the project be realized. Throughout the last two years, Quaeschning, Schnauss and Yamane worked hard on achieving a result that would match Edgar's expectations - as well as the ones of TD's loyal fan base. It's worth noting that the compositions appearing on the album are not only based on theoretical concepts and ideas Edgar had outlined, but also on a large number of actual musical sketches that he luckily had already prepared during the initial phase of the band's reformation process.
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The Sessions 1 (clear vinyl LP)
Cat: IH 83. Rel: 21 Aug 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Blue Arctic Danube (10pm Session At A38 Budapest) (30:41)
  2. Gladiatonial Dragon (9.35pm Session At AC Hall Hong Kong) (27:45)
Review: As you see this, you're probably expecting a reissue of a 70s LP, but this couldn't be further from the truth. Tangerine Dream, one of the most mythical bands to come out of Germany in the early 70s, is still in operation and they're current line-up consists of Thorsten Quaeschning, Ulrich Schnauss and Hoshiko Yamane, who recorded a series of live gigs that took place in 2017, both in Budapest and Hong Kong. These two sides of vinyl are the result: "Blue Arctic Danube" opens up the A-side with a swarm of monumental drones and electronic effects, crystal-clear in the composition and together making an unforgettable soundscape; on the B-side, "Gladiatonial Dragon", recorded in Hong Kong, is a much more detailed piece of music, turning the drones and effects into beatless grooves that paint a fine picture of the sort of band that TD have become. We think they're sick. Don't miss this!
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Cat: MRBLP 132. Rel: 24 Mar 16
International
  1. Maye Omama (13:36)
  2. My Love & Music (3:45)
  3. Odofo Nyi Akyiri Biara (4:39)
  4. Will You Promise (7:49)
Review: A true Ghanaian legend, Taylor's fusions of traditional Ghanaian music with jazz, funk, reggae and soul helped set the blueprint in the early 70s and here's where it all began: 1975, a highly limited debut on Gapophone Records. Reportedly pressed only 500 times due to the country's dictatorship, it's a beautiful introduction. Sweet-tasting highlight with strong reggae references throughout, highlights include the epic 13 minute jam "Maye Omama" and the ebbing, flowing rocksteady soul of "Will You Promise". Still active, teaching and playing at the age of 80, Taylor's music has matured just as well as he has.
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Palaver (gatefold LP)
BBE
Cat: BBE 511ALP. Rel: 10 Sep 19
International
  1. Palaver (6:15)
  2. Make You No Mind (3:54)
  3. Abebrese (5:31)
  4. Help Africa (6:16)
  5. Nyame Dadaw (6:59)
Review: The dusty-fingered diggers behind the BBE label have a reputation for unearthing obscure or unreleased gems, though we doubt that they've previously discovered anything quite as significant as this. Ebo Taylor, the undisputed king of Ghanaian "funky-highlife", recorded "Palaver" with his touring band way back in 1980, but for reasons the man himself can't even remember, Nigerian imprint Tabansi Records never got round to releasing it. That remains an odd decision, because "Palaver" shows Taylor at his very best, with the sax and trumpet-laden brilliance of "Make You No Mind" and the righteous, Afrobeat-influenced highlife brilliance of "Help Africa" being every bit as potent as the Ghanaian's most revered work.
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TCP (LP)
Cat: DHRE 001. Rel: 29 Jun 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. The Dynamic Energy (3:01)
  2. Sand & Blood (part 1) (3:16)
  3. The Amulet (4:11)
  4. A Voice Across The Nile (2:46)
  5. At The Water Hole (2:23)
  6. Pyramids (3:42)
  7. Rituals (0:55)
  8. Oasis (4:22)
  9. Sand & Blood (part 2) (3:57)
  10. Cleopatra (4:04)
  11. Desert Rain (4:00)
  12. Twomga (4:40)
  13. Cheops (3:50)
Review: Moscoman's increasingly influential Disco Halal label have outdone themselves once more on this latest release, an official reissue of the highly sought-after self-titled TCP album. Standing for Tony Carey Project, this 13-track LP originally saw the light of day on the classic X Records back in 1984 and laid down a marker for the sound the former Rainbow keys man would go on to explore as Yellow Power and Planet P. If you are a fan of the DJ mixes of Lena Willikens or Red Axes you really need to invest some time in this TCP album which set the groundwork for the electronic music we know today. Shouts to Disco Halal for getting Tony Carey to supply some killer sleeve notes too! Reissue of the week!
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Family Of Aliens (limited red vinyl LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: MOSHILP 85X. Rel: 07 Sep 18
Indie
  1. Family Of Aliens (3:52)
  2. Cactus (4:53)
  3. Song For A Seagull (3:57)
  4. Between The Rain (3:45)
  5. Always Dreaming (4:07)
  6. Submarine Life (5:30)
  7. Twisted Heart (3:42)
  8. Somebody's Island (3:20)
  9. Sea Of Wine (4:49)
  10. Fun Destruction (2:59)
  11. Starlight (5:04)
Review: Moshi Moshi have for a long time now held their place as a trusted source in harbouring fresh, exploratory indie and pop, with the likes of Hercules & Love Affair, the enigmatic Tom Vek, Au Revoir Simone and Hot Chip's Alexis Taylor common names seen across its discography. Another trusted group for the label is Teleman who deliver their third full length, a record that's boasted as freer and more collaborative than anything they've done before. Wayfarer-wearing synth pop is a nice way to thematicise the LP Family Of Aliens though, with hints of UK-indie - in true Moshi Moshi style - intertwining with Frenchy synth pop. The mellow cruise and space vocoders of "Submarine Life" is a sweet dream to listen to alongside the meaner night drive of "Cactus", a number invoking images of a New Mexico desert with Roswell somewhere over in the distance.
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Cat: RDM 122. Rel: 10 Aug 18
Jazz
  1. Paris (9:10)
  2. Afro Disco Beat (12:02)
  3. Selfish Gene (6:14)
  4. Asiko (15:44)
  5. New World (10:32)
Review: Finnish lounge lizard-turned-jazzman Jimi Tenor first joined forces with legendary Afrobeat drummer Tony Allen for a joint album on Strut in 2009. In January 2016, they reunited for two nights of performance at Cafe Oto in London, making use of a range of prototype and experimental analogue synthesizers loaned by the Moog Sound Lab. It must have been a terrific couple of days, because the live recordings showcased here are superb. As you'd expect, Allen's distinctive drumming provides the backbone, while Tenor variously delivers mazy Moog synth solos, trippy electronics, bittersweet lounge vocals (reminiscent of his late '90s albums on Warp) and occasional flute and sax solos. The results are decidedly intergalactic and out-there: wayward Afro-jazz for analogue astronauts.
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Embalo (LP)
Cat: MRBLP 144. Rel: 10 Apr 17
International
  1. Embalo (3:10)
  2. Inutil Paisagem (2:27)
  3. Nebulosa (1:54)
  4. Sambinha (3:08)
  5. Samadhi (2:45)
  6. Fim De Semana Em Eldorado (4:12)
  7. Nectar (2:36)
  8. Clouds (3:57)
  9. Consolacao (2:26)
  10. Estou Nessa Agora (1:37)
  11. Carnaval Sem Assunto (2:03)
Review: The name Francisco Tenorio Cerqueira Junior, or simply Tenorio Jr, has always been clouded in mystery. Not only did the renowned Brazilian pianist pass away under dubious circumstances in Argentina back in 1976, but he also put out a surprisingly limited number of albums throughout his short-lived career. Having said that, these are all very valid reasons for why his music remains among the most coveted of items in the jazz scene. Embalo is his only album under the Tenorio Jr name, but its 1964 release is still as fresh today as it was back in a cloud of psych-driven hedonism that permeated all arts scenes back then. Fun and uplifting throughout, the album will satisfy both the jazz traditionalists and those with a slightly more left field taste. The percussion driving the arrangements isn't exactly something to ignore either, with its typical South American flair infusing sublimely into Tenorio's own excellence behind the keyboard. This is an important album which has helped to define a whole generation of later Brazilian musicians, and we recommend you to make it part of your life. It's an essential piece of history.
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Cat: RB 0155. Rel: 09 Sep 15
Deep House
  1. Holding Back (My Love) (Tiger & Woods remix) (9:49)
  2. In The End (I Want You To Cry) (Lone remix) (6:00)
  3. The Then Unknown (Prins Thomas Diskomiks) (7:21)
  4. Holding Back (My Love) (Shan Funhouse mix) (6:35)
  5. Holding Back (My Love) (Pete Herbert & Dicky Trisco version) (6:28)
  6. Holding Back (My Love) (Shan Warehouse mix) (6:29)
  7. Holding Back (My Love) (DJ Oyster mix) (6:53)
Review: While he'd been building a reputation for a few years already, it was 2009's In The End (I Want You To Cry) EP for Running Back that first thrust Marco 'Tensnake' Niemerski towards the spotlight. Some six years on, Gerd Janson has decided to put together an expansive new package of remixes. There's plenty to enjoy, from Pete Herbert and Dicky Trisco's breezy, guitar-laden boogie rework of "Holdin' Back (My Love") and Prins Thomas's dense-but-wonky, Scandolearic disco revision of the same cut, to the bright-and-breezy, rush-inducing melodiousness of Lone's sublime rework of "In The End (I Want You To Cry)". Tiger & Woods' remix of "Holding Back (My Love)" - all relentless build followed by thrilling boogie-meets-house release - is also pretty darn special.
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Matjale (gatefold LP)
Cat: M3HART 003. Rel: 23 Oct 18
International
  1. Richard (4:27)
  2. Father & Mother (4:36)
  3. Ke Mmone (6:50)
  4. Bengekho (3:26)
  5. Ngwananga (4:31)
  6. Nyanda Yeni (3:20)
  7. Thuli (Mama) (4:48)
  8. Dlanga Dlanga (7:34)
Review: When it comes to "malombo" music - a fusion of indigenous South African musical styles and the freeform musical experimentation of American jazz - Thabang Tabane can boast impressive credentials. "Matjale" may be his debut solo album, but he's been performing the style since he was eight years old, mostly in bands fronted by his father, the "godfather of malombo" Dr Philip Nchipi Tabane. As first albums go, "Matjale" is strong, offering a heartwarming and ear-pleasing malombo mix of headline-grabbing jazz guitar solos, hand percussion-propelled polyrhythms, busy bass guitar and layered, life-affirming vocals. Regardless of whether you have any prior knowledge of "malombo", it's well worth a listen.
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Drop (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: CF 033. Rel: 10 Apr 14
Indie
  1. Penetrating Eye
  2. Encrypted Bounce
  3. Savage Victory
  4. Put Some Reverb On My Brother
  5. Drop
  6. Camera (Queer Sound)
  7. King's Nose
  8. Transparent World
  9. The Lens
Review: John P. Dwyer has been lancing eardrums with Thee Oh Sees in an ever-escalating flurry of records for the past six years. Since the release of "The Master's Bedroom Is Worth Spending a Night In" announced a new loud era (and excepting a few momentary detours into home-baked territory - "Dog Poison" and "Castlemania", for example - Dwyer and company have pummeled a bit harder each time out, cementing their reputation as a live force to be reckoned with and leaving legions sweaty and bruised in the process. Late last year, after years of relentlessly touring the world, the word got out... Dwyer's moving to Los Angeles (fear not, still California!) and Thee Oh Sees are taking a much-needed hiatus with a shifting of gears ahead and a new album on the way. This is that album.

"Drop" was recorded in a banana-ripening warehouse with hair-farming studio warlock Chris Woodhouse playing drums; it's also graced with the presence of talented gurus Mikal Cronin, Greer McGettrick and Casafis adding horns and vocals. The result pushes the familiar polarities of the group farther outward than ever before. Opener "Penetrating Eye" might be the heaviest Oh Sees song yet, "Transparent World" and "Put Some Reverb On My Brother" foam with seasick fuzz, and yet the ballads, like the harpsichorded "King's Nose" and the lush and stately closer "The Lens," extend their oeuvre into mellotronic, far-out pop with delicacy and grace. This schizophrenia heralds the man and the band into an unseen future in classic Dwyer fashionirestless energy harnessed into exquisitely crafted jams, with an emphasis on the pensive and the paranoid in turns.
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A Weird Exits (gatefold 2xLP (side 4 etched) + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: CF 080. Rel: 02 Aug 16
Indie
  1. Dead Man's Gun (3:28)
  2. Ticklish Warrior (3:07)
  3. Jammed Entrance (5:23)
  4. Plastic Plant (5:40)
  5. Gelatinous Cube (3:27)
  6. Unwrap The Fiend (part 2) (4:26)
  7. Crawl Out From The Fall Out (7:48)
  8. The Axis (6:14)
Review: John Dwyer is rapidly approaching the level of modern-day icon, after years of hammering out the jams in insalubrious basements with the likes of Coachwhips, The Hospitals, Yikes and around 467 other bands. Thee Oh Sees may remain his most accessible outfit to date, but on the evidence of 'A Weird Exits', there's no danger of him diluting his garage-fuelled attack any time soon - indeed, herein he can be found extrapolating the band's trademark fury via trips to the stratosphere awash with psychedelic abandon and krautrock radiance. All told, another triumph for a modern day master in the Spinal Tap-approved fine line between clever and stupid.
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Inside The Rose (coloured vinyl LP)
Cat: 405053 8451887. Rel: 22 Mar 19
Indie
  1. Infinity Vibraphones (6:33)
  2. Anti-Gravity (4:31)
  3. Beyond Black Suns (4:38)
  4. Inside The Rose (4:50)
  5. Where The Trees Are On Fire (4:38)
  6. Into The Fire (3:43)
  7. Lost Angel (1:08)
  8. A-R-P (6:28)
  9. Six (3:01)
Review: If a credible form of 80s music was lifted and later archived to show students of the distant future what retrograde quality would be most unique and interesting for today; These New Puritans bring something of an industrial, Human League, Nine Inch Nails edge to their style of shoegaze, electronica and sub-pop. With touches of DAF abound alongside elements of operatic techno to Warp Records inspired moments of bliss, Southend-on-Sea greatest alternatives deliver a classic with their moment in time.
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Cat: ESL 90.1. Rel: 06 Oct 14
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. A Warning (dub)
  2. 2001 Spliff Odyssey
  3. Shaolin Satellite
  4. Transcendance
  5. Universal Highness
  6. Incident At Gate 7
  7. Scene At The Open Air Market
  8. The Glass Bead Game
  9. Encounter In Bahia
  10. The Foundation
  11. Interlude
  12. The Oscillator
  13. Assault On Babylon
  14. 38.45 (A Thievery Number)
  15. One
  16. Sun, Moon & Starts
  17. Sleeper Car
Review: DC chill dons Thievery Corporation first released this LP 18 years ago. And, like all classics, it still sounds as timeless and immersive as it did when it first hit our ears. From the swooning chords and easy-groove bedrock of "2001" to the heavy tabla-induced meditation of "Transcendance" via the ever-delicate breakbeat lullaby of "Incident At Gate 7", Sounds From The Thievery HiFi spawned the first generation of hippies the 21st century ever saw. This album is many things; a lesson in chill, a lesson in sample magic, a lesson in long and languishing grooves. If you haven't got this in your collection yet, you know what to do.
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Treasures From The Temple (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ESL 224. Rel: 14 May 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. San San Rock (4:05)
  2. History (feat Mr Lif & Sitali) (3:37)
  3. Music To Make Your Stagger (5:42)
  4. Letter To The Editor (feat Racquel Jones -TC remix) (3:30)
  5. Destroy The Wicked (feat Notch) (3:46)
  6. Guidance (4:21)
  7. Water Under The Bridge (feat Natalia Clavier) (4:46)
  8. Voyage Libre (feat Lou Lou Ghelichakhani) (3:54)
  9. Road Block (feat Racquel Jones - TC remix) (4:00)
  10. Joy Ride (feat Mr Lif) (3:39)
  11. La Force De Melodie (feat Lou Lou Ghelichkhani) (4:07)
  12. Waiting Too Long (feat Notch) (4:02)
Review: Treasures From The Temple was designed as a companion piece to Thievery Corporation's 2017 album The Temple of I & I, a set famously recorded at Geejam Studios in Port Antonio, Jamaica. It contains a mixture of previously unheard material originally slated for inclusion on its predecessor and all new remixes of album tracks. As you'd expect, the mood is dub-wise, soulful and humid throughout, with skanking dub cuts and soulful reggae jams nestling side by side with more up-tempo dancefloor workouts (see the dubby deep house beauty of "Guidance" and the breakbeat-driven bustle of "Music To Make You Stagger"). Most of the finest reworks come from TC, whose revisions mostly join the dots between digital dub and "Sleng Teng" style ragged riddims.
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Moonshine Freeze (limited coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: RTRADLP 870. Rel: 07 Jul 17
Folk/Americana
  1. Bullet Proof (4:08)
  2. Hotter Colder (3:58)
  3. Moonshine Freeze (3:40)
  4. Easy On The Thieves (3:01)
  5. All Written Out In Numbers (4:49)
  6. Empty On Teeth (3:14)
  7. Riddled With Ticks (3:28)
  8. Two Pence Piece (4:09)
  9. Show Me So (3:35)
  10. By My Demon Eye (3:57)
  11. Solid Grease (3:47)
Review: The Bristol-born, Paris-based Kate Stables here delivers her fourth record in a career that's seen her develop a penchant for knotty indie-folk that's as colourful in character as gritty in delivery. John Parish is in the producer's chair this time around, and he's helped coax out a collection of ditties rich in storytelling charm and articulacy. Spare, intimate and with a refreshing candour to its delivery, 'Moonlight Freeze' is a perfectly balanced mix of the sweetly melodious and the saltily artful, Emboldened with electronic filigree yet rooted in earthy ballast, this could well be the point where Stables establishes this humble project as a serious force to be reckoned with.
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  1. Salvation (3:28)
  2. Mother Africa (4:55)
  3. My Love Will Shine (3:28)
  4. That's The Way (4:37)
  5. Brain Washing (3:46)
  6. Papa Little Boy (3:06)
  7. Black Beautiful Race (2:56)
  8. I Can Say (5:39)
  9. Don't Blame Us (3:23)
Review: We love RSD only for one thing, and that's providing us with inaccessible records that have been snapped-up by Discogs sharks over the years. This timely reissue of Pat Thomas second LP from 1976, the wonderful Marijata, is one such record that has become impossible to find in its original format, and one which allows us to have some access to the highlife beat, one of our biggest loves. While much of this album rests in classic soul and funk, Pat Thomas' Ghanaian influences are loud and present, whether through the guitars, the aesthetics of each instrumental and, of course, the quality of the recording itself. Funk out to some ORIGINAL STYLE. Cop it quick!
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DOA: The Third & Final Report Of Throbbing Gristle (limited transparent green vinyl LP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: TGLP 3. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Industrial/Noise
  1. IBM (2:41)
  2. Hit By A Rock (2:31)
  3. United (0:21)
  4. Valley Of The Shadow Of The Death (4:06)
  5. Dead On Arrival (6:05)
  6. Weeping (5:22)
  7. Hamburger Lady (4:13)
  8. Hometime (3:41)
  9. AB/7A (4:25)
  10. E-Coli (4:11)
  11. Death Threats (0:42)
  12. Walls Of Sound (2:49)
  13. Blood On The Floor (1:07)
Review: Throbbing Gristle's second studio album is an essential work that conjures some of the most harsh and nauseating music you can imagine (not a surprise given "Hamburger Lady" is a piece about a patient burned from the waist up and forever contained in a hospital). It was pioneering in texture and technique, and mixes both live and studio recordings into one of the band's most stylistically varied works. Creeping and haunting, confrontational and challenging from front to back, the spoken word samples from children and mutated voices will probably haunt your dreams forever, so listen with caution.
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Cat: SCCD 419. Rel: 15 Mar 07
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Outro Lugar
  2. Litoral
  3. Zum Zum
  4. Assuntos Banals
  5. Bom Motivo (feat Rosalia De Souza)
  6. Samba Noir
  7. Barracao
  8. Voz Da Lapa
  9. Guarapiranga
  10. Contradicao (feat Coralie Clement)
  11. Simples
  12. Foolish Samba
Review: "Outro Lugar" is Toco's second album. Born Tomaz Di Cunto, Toco is a Brazilian songwriter from Sao Paulo who, despite his young age, is a passionate connoisseur as well as admirer of original bossa nova from the 60's. He absorbed the archetypal characteristics of the harmonies and the rhythms of that genre to offer them again in his own personal, contemporary style.
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