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De La Smoove: Lesson 1
Cat: BCCD 2020003. Rel: 26 Nov 20
Funk
  1. De La Smoove: Lesson 1 (4:30)
  2. Hall & Soul (4:24)
Gespielt von: The Allergies, Smoove, SOOPASOUL
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Atomic Kenny
Cat: FF45 009. Rel: 20 Nov 20
Funk
  1. Atomic Kenny (3:19)
  2. Atomic Stezo (4:03)
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Don't You Worry Baby The Best Is Yet To Come
Cat: PMD 04. Rel: 26 Nov 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Don't You Worry Baby The Best Is Yet To Come (3:39)
  2. Try To Leave Me If You Can (4:31)
Review: The amount of ultra-rare, hard to find, essential Northern Soul classics seems to be infinite. Here comes another reissue that aims to right that wrong with an officially licensed pair of tunes from the Phase One Network that has artwork based on the original promo version. 'Don't You Worry Baby The Best Is Yet To Come' is brimming with soul and immediately swells your heart with its elegant strings, graceful piano chords and swirling sense of groove all lifting you off your feet. 'Try To Leave Me If You Can' is a heartbroken slow song to conjure up memories of all the loves you've lost, or maybe never had.
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Fatbackin'
Fatbackin' (limited 7") (1 per customer)
Cat: DYNAM 7081. Rel: 16 Nov 20
Funk
  1. The Fatback Band - "Fatbackin'" (3:31)
  2. Dizzy Gillespie - "Matrix" (4:06)
Review: The Dynamite Cuts crew serve up another scorching 45 here with two legends taking one side a piece. Both of these tracks are making their first ever appearance on vinyl here, the first being by the funk pioneers The Fatback Band. Their 'Fatbackin' is a rare groove classic that has long got b-boy's excited and brims with energy. Flip it over and you'll find 'Matrix' by jazz trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie - famous for his humungous cheeks once he starts playing. It's a massive tune that has been sampled endlessly by the hip-hop world and has a sweet jazz-funk groove that'll make you move.
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Sennheiser HD25 Blue Limited Edition Professional DJ Headphones
Notes: Perennial favourites in the Juno office and in DJ booths the world over. Some of our favourite headphones get updated with a limited edition blue earpiece pad. Clean and stylish.

Supplier's Notes:
Due to their low weight and the option of one-ear listening, the HD 25 headphones are indispensable for mobile monitoring. The closed-back HD 25 are purpose-designed, professional monitoring headphones offering high attenuation of background noise.

Capable of handling very high sound pressure levels and of extremely robust construction, these headphones perform exceptionally well in loud environments, e.g. ENG, sound reinforcement, studio monitoring and audio equipment testing. Ideal monitoring headphones for cameramen and DJs, these are a pair of true sound professionals' working headphones.

High sensitivity due to lightweight aluminium voice coils

Capable of handling very high sound pressure levels

Very lightweight and comfortable, even if used for long periods of time

Tough, detachable, single-sided cable

Rotatable capsule for single-ear listening

What's in the Box
1 HD 25
1 Screw on jack adapter 3.5 to 6.3 mm
HD 25 Plus only: 1 Pouch
HD 25 Plus only: 1 additional pair of soft earpads
HD 25 Plus only: 1 additional 1.5m-3m straight cable
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Exit Planet Earth: Nitrogen
Exit Planet Earth: Nitrogen (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: EPE 03. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Electro
  1. Radioactive Man - "One Out" (6:09)
  2. Annie Hall - "Invisible Dust" (5:10)
  3. Sansibar - "Tamagotchi" (7:28)
  4. VC-118A - "Moss" (5:55)
Review: 20/20 Vision continue to celebrate their renewed electro vigour with the third part in the Exit Planet Earth series, once again calling on a crack team of machine funkers to deliver the robo-goods. Radioactive Man is up first with 'One Out', which finds the original Lone Swordsman on impeccable form teasing and testing his rubbery synth flex around a needlepoint groove. Annie Hall follows up in fine style with the dreamy lilt of 'Invisible Dust', while Sansibar locks into something a little dirtier on the dungeon boogie of 'Tamagotchi'. VC-118A's 'Moss' completes the set in a spellbinding fashion, dropping the tempo for something a little more exploratory with plenty of mystical atmospheres and tweaked FX fills marking out an evocative soundscape.
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Gespielt von: Wes Baggaley
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Presonus Eris E3.5 Active Media Reference Monitor Speakers (pair)
Cat: 666506 Rel: 14 Dec 17
 
3.5-inch powered studio monitors with Kevlar Woofer & 1-inch silk-dome tweeter
Notes: Tiny format but big sound from these entry-level Presonus monitors. Surprisingly punch bass response from a 3.5-inch bass driver. A good starting point for newcomers to production.

Supplier's notes:

PreSonus Eris-series studio monitors are used worldwide by audio engineers who need to hear every detail of their recordings. Ideal for gaming and home video production, the Eris E3.5 employs the same technology as the larger Eris models to deliver studio-quality sound, with a smooth and accurate frequency response. Yet they're compact enough to fit almost anywhere.

Kevlar woofers deliver a cleaner overall sound:
Every Eris-series studio monitor utilizes a custom-woven Kevlar low-frequency driver. The weave and nature of the Eris E3.5's 3.5-inch Kevlar woofer result in a more constant dispersion pattern throughout the frequency range, resulting in less time-smeared audio and cleaner overall sound.

Smooth high end and wide sweet spot:
The Eris E3.5 is equipped with a one-inch silk-dome tweeter that produces a smooth and refined sound, accurately reproducing transients and high frequencies. The tweeter is designed to radiate sound with a fairly wide dispersion pattern, creating a large optimal listening area or "sweet spot" so you can move around and still hear everything accurately.

Easy-to-use controls:
A speaker's response is affected by where you place it and the acoustics of your space. That's why Eris E3.5 active media reference monitors offer easy-to-adjust high- and low-frequency controls. A convenient front-panel volume knob sets both the speaker level and the integrated headphone amplifier level. Be careful with that volume knob, though: Eris E3.5s are driven by an onboard 25 watt/side power amplifier and can get a lot louder than you may expect, while still delivering clear, accurate audio.

Connect to virtually any line-level source:
With three different types of audio inputs, it's easy to feed audio to your Eris monitors from a mixer, an interface, a media player, or almost any other line-level source. The Eris E3.5 is equipped with rear-panel, 1/4-inch TRS and RCA inputs, as well as front-panel 1/8-inch stereo, unbalanced line inputs for use with mobile audio devices. With this selection, you'll have no problem hooking your Eris speakers up with virtually any line-level source, including your smartphone or tablet. The loud, clear, front-panel headphone amplifier lets you work and play in stealth mode, without disturbing your housemates.

Accuracy defined:
Like all PreSonus monitor speakers, the Eris E3.5 offers consistent, accurate listening, with the smooth and even frequency response that has made Eris monitors popular around the world. Their compact and powerful design makes them an ideal solution for any small space.
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Dave Lee Presents 30 Years Of Z Records EP 5
  1. Joey Negro - "Stomp Your Feet" (Hot Toddy remix) (8:27)
  2. Loose Change - "Straight From The Heart" (Joey Negro Straight To The Groove mix) (6:30)
  3. Joey Negro presents The Sunburst Band - "Journey To The Sun" (Dennis Ferrer remix) (6:24)
  4. Gwen Guthrie - "What A Life" (Joey Negro remix) (6:24)
Review: Dave Lee continues to mark the 30th birthday of his Z Records imprint via a series of compilation style EPs featuring a mixture of overlooked remixes, new revisions and personal favourites. As you'd perhaps expect, the fifth 12" in the series is every bit as essential as its predecessors. The EP features two classic revisions of Lee's productions: a storming nu-disco revision of Joey Negro's 'Stomp Your Feet' by Crazy P's Chris Todd AKA Hot Toddy, and a hypnotic, muscular and heavily electronic late-night house re-fix of the Sunbrust Band's 'Journey to the Sun'. The other two tracks see Lee turn remixer, first for a euphoric, house-friendly revision of Loose Change disco classic 'Straight From The Heart', and then for a boogie-tastic version of Gwen Guthrie's 1983 cover of Gibson Brothers' classic 'What a Life'.
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Zbor Tandem EP
Zbor Tandem EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BM 003. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Fluturul (10:10)
  2. Vulturul (7:51)
  3. Si Gaita (8:07)
Review: The Botanic Minds stable continue to inject the vague framework of minimal club music with some colour and sass with this excellent EP from Romanian mainstay Sepp. 'Fluturul' is a perfect 10-minute escapade with a seriously funky bassline and dreamy but snappy melodic hooks on top to carry you away in a reverie of sunkissed psychedelia. 'Vulturul' takes things in a deeper direction without losing the panache and personality that made the A side a winner. 'Si Gaita' seals the deal with a sundown delight that weaves together more of those interlocking melodic lines to get bodies shaking in an effortless, day-into-night fashion that spells out a long and fruity session ahead.
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HEARLUCINATE 002 (Bum Jump/Tushy mix)
Cat: HEARLUCINATE 002. Rel: 16 Nov 20
Electro
  1. Ron Obvious - "Tugging" (Bum Jump mix)
  2. Ron Obvious - "Elixic 3"
  3. Tristan Da Cunha - "Bass Penetration" (Tushy dub)
  4. Freakenstein - "Thafonk"
Review: The second drop on Hearlucinate comes correct with some more of that nasty party-starting tackle you want to make sure you're packing in your utility belt. The 'Bum Jump' mix of Ron Obvious' 'Tugging' kicks off the A side with a cheeky swing, bendy acid line and nimble organ licks to give you a loose and lively 90s flavour, which carries on through to the break-speckled acid funker 'Elixic 3'. On the B side, Tristan Da Cunha gets locked into a tunnelling tech house shuffle with plenty of ruff n' tuff attitude on the 'Tushy Dub' of 'Bass Penetration'. Then Da Cunha dons his Freakenstein alias to slap down the body-poppin', bleep-tastic electro funk of 'Thafonk' for all the B-girls and B-boys.

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Celebrity BBQ Sauce
Cat: MM 46. Rel: 26 Nov 20
Deep House
  1. Please Don't Fail Me (5:59)
  2. Formula Of Passion (6:15)
  3. Make Me Feel (2:56)
  4. Celebrity BBQ Sauce (8:38)
  5. Music Is My Hustle (7:51)
  6. Lifeline (4:55)
  7. Girl Ain't Giving It Up (6:22)
  8. Live It, Walk It, Wear It (7:03)
Review: Celebrity BBQ Sauce may be a new name, but its' members - Gerald Mitchell and Billy Love - have long been members of the extended Underground Resistance family. They're both an established part of the Motor City music community, and their self-titled debut album for Moodymann's Mahogani Music is undeniably rooted in Detroit's ongoing musical story. Effortlessly soulful and musically rich, its' eight killer cuts various touch on Parliament/Funkadelic style P-Funk (the superb title track), up-tempo, slap-bass propelled '80s boogie ('Music is My Hustle'), warming deep house-soul ('Please Don't Fail Me'), beatdown (the sleazy brilliance of the Amp Fiddler-esque 'Formula of Passion'), and inspired fusions of all of the above ('Lifeline').
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No Car Big Garage EP
No Car Big Garage EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HB 017. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Why Does The Lion Get Lost In The Jungle?! (6:31)
  2. No Car, Big Garage (6:50)
  3. He Displays Nothing But... (9:05)
Review: Half Baked return with a serious heater from Arno, who explores all kinds of crafty twists on the garage and electro resurgences with one eye on the minimal scene. This is hardly minimal music though - 'Why Does The Lion Get Lost In The Jungle?!' rattles through pan pot percussion and twitchy breakstep rhythm formations while nagging synth lines and plenty of sub flex make for an especially naughty club wrecker. 'No Car, Big Garage' brings a little machine funk into the mix with some killer DX7 organ bass for good measure. 'He Displays Nothing But...' takes things in a more housey direction with some crisp 909 claps and a vivid, trippy backdrop of vocal samples and nimble synth lines. Classy, inventive dance music for the freaky people.
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Murphy's Law
Murphy's Law (12" Nachpressung) (1 per customer)
Cat: SKINT 423LP. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Murphy's Law (Cosmodelica remix) (7:45)
  2. Murphy's Law (8:02)
Review: In early September, Roisin Murphy will release her first album in four years, "Roisin Machine", a set of stellar songs produced by long-time collaborator Richard Barratt AKA Crooked Man. Before that, she's decided to finally treat us to a vinyl version of recent single "Murphy's Law" - an ultra-sweet slab of groovy deep disco smothered in rich instrumentation, all topped off by one of her near perfect lead vocals. Barratt's warm and tender original mix proudly sits on the flipside, with a superb Cosmodelica Remix on the "A". This is a brighter and breezier affair, with squelchy synth-bass and springy old-school house piano parts being joined by Murphy's addictive vocal and selected instrumental snippets from Barratt and studio partner Dave Lewin's album version.
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Plus
Plus (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 338. Rel: 20 Nov 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. DekDre Scap B (2:44)
  2. 7FM ic (5:56)
  3. marhide (3:39)
  4. ecol4 (14:49)
  5. lux 106 mod (5:03)
  6. X4 (12:23)
  7. ii pre esc (4:47)
  8. esle 0 (3:12)
  9. TM1 open (11:06)
Review: We won't make the obvious joke about buses - you know, the one about waiting ages for an Autechre album and then two turn up pretty much at the same time. But we will say this. If Plus, the second of Sean Booth and Rob Brown's two albums to drop within a fortnight of each other after a lengthy absence, were a bus, it wouldn't be headed out on any recognisable route that we know about. You might find the odd bit of scenery that feels vaguely familiar - the tension-laden strings of 'ii pre esc' or the scrambled drum & bass machinations of 'X4', but in the pair's hands they are splintered and re-assembled very much in their own image, one foot in the frenetic exhortations of electro and the other deeply planted in the land of industrial experimentation. Closing track 'TM1 might bear a slight resemblance to the squelchy acid of Drexciya, for instance, but its occasionally four-to-the-floor beats stop and start with a wonderfully disorientating playfulness. Brave and original, as ever, this is not for the faint hearted but at the same time takes you places you never thought you'd encounter.
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Smells Like Teen Spirit (reissue)
Smells Like Teen Spirit (reissue) (7" limited to 200 copies Nachpressung) (1 per customer)
Cat: PARK 1033. Rel: 06 Nov 20
Funk
  1. Smells Like Teen Spirit (3:16)
  2. Summer Madness (4:01)
Review: Sometimes known as Inokasira Rangers, Park Rangers are a Japanese band who have spent much of the last decade releasing inspired but unlikely instrumental reggae covers of massive rock, pop and disco hits. This 7" single boasts two of their most popular covers, starting with a ridiculously cheery and almost hilariously cheeky version of Nirvana's 'Smells Like Teen Spirit'. Built around a 1960s style rocksteady riddim, it's instantly recognisable thanks to the band's choice to track the tune of Cobain's lead vocal (which naturally isn't present) with a Hammond organ solo. On the flip you'll find a deep reggae-disco cover of Kool & The Gang classic 'Summer Madness'; it's good, but nowhere near as fine as the surprising A-side.
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Let Me Down Easy
Cat: SSD 7001P. Rel: 10 Nov 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Let Me Down Easy (2:54)
  2. Let Me Down Easy (long version) (4:39)
Review: If you love your disco sweet, soulful and string-drenched, you really need a copy of Rare Pleasure's 1976 debut single, 'Let Me Down Easy', in your life. This reissue from South Street Disco is therefore essential to all those who've not snagged an original copy. It features both the seven-inch and 12-inch mixes (A and B respectively); both feature deliciously emotional female lead vocals, a killer disco groove, wah-wah style funk guitar licks, sumptuous instrumentation and a jangling piano riff that was later used by David Morales on his '90s house anthem 'Needin' U'. It's a breathtakingly brilliant disco record, so don't sleep on this "45" reissue.
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Gespielt von: Osmose
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Nothing But Love
Cat: GAMM 152. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Nothing But Love (For JB) (8:53)
  2. Hold Fast (4:38)
  3. Yes Indeed (Rock Free For Trouble) (6:21)
Review: The irrepressible Gamm label have said that all profits from this release will be handed to charity in Paul 'Trouble' Anderson's honour. It's a super EP of edits by UK legend Ashley Beedle who teams up with his pal Abi Clarke. The opener is a real gem that reworks the buttery tones of Barry White with real sympathy, 'Hold Fast' is then a glossy r&b tinged slow motion disco tune with steamy and sensors vocals and a fine funky bass riff, then closing the show is a classy boogie anthem
'Yes Indeed (Rock Free For Trouble)' from Steve Arrington that dazzles and pleases in equal measure.

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Gespielt von: Superbreak
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I'll Take You In
Cat: LZD 083. Rel: 17 Nov 20
Deep House
  1. I'll Take You In (Classic mix) (7:01)
  2. I'll Take You In (Atjazz remix) (7:21)
  3. I'll Take You In (BDTW Deep mix) (7:01)
  4. I'll Take You In (BDTW Vox dub) (7:39)
Review: Fred Everything's profile may not be as high as it once was, but he continues to serve up high quality treats - as this surprise collaboration with legendary vocalist Robert Owens proves. The latter is in fine form on the EP-opening 'Classic Mix', a warming, musically detailed chunk of vocal deep house positivity that sounds like it was partially inspired by Dubtribe Soundsystem classic 'Do It Now'. Fred Everything also provides two 'BDTW' mixes on the flip: the fluttering synths sounds and vintage Chicago house grooves of the 'Deep Mix', and a more stripped-back 'Vox Dub'. Best of all though is Martin 'Atjazz' Iveson's rework, which recalls the fluid synth sounds, jazzy flutes and intricate percussion programming that marked out his early 2000s work on Mantis Recordings.
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Back To Mine
FATBOY SLIM/VARIOUS
Back To Mine (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BACKLP 31. Rel: 20 Nov 20
Funk
  1. Dave & Ansell Collins - "Monkey Spanner" (2:29)
  2. Betty Chung - "Bang Bang" (2:19)
  3. The Alan Tew Orchestra - "The Pink Panther Theme" (3:40)
  4. Eunice Collins - "At The Hotel" (3:29)
  5. Mari Kvien Brunvoll - "Everywhere You Go" (7:23)
  6. Donal Leace - "Today Won't Come Again" (3:17)
  7. Camille Yarbourgh - "Take Yo Praise" (4:11)
  8. Jesus Jackson - "Running On Sunshine" (4:51)
  9. Munk & James Murphy - "Kick Out The Chairs" (WhoMadeWho remix) (4:39)
  10. Johnny Dynell & New York 88 - "Jam Hot (Rhumba Rock)" (6:52)
  11. Biddu Orchestra - "Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon" (3:36)
  12. Dr Rubberfunk - "A Matter Of Time" (feat Izo Fitzroy) (4:35)
  13. Rodrigo Amarante - "Tuyo" (2:33)
  14. Wilbert Harrison - "Let's Work Together" (5:33)
  15. Blue Rondo A La Turk - "Me & Mr Sanchez" (3:53)
  16. Manu Dibango - "Big Blow" (edit version) (5:33)
  17. The Go! Team - "Feelgood By Numbers" (1:59)
  18. Wind - "Groovin' With Mr Bloe" (2:58)
  19. Googie Rene Combo - "Smokey Joe's La La" (2:54)
  20. Fatboy Slim & Roland Clark - "Sunset 303 (If You Believe)" (4:50)
  21. Yum Yum Head Food - "The Voice Of Experience" (4:28)
Review: Long running and iconic mix series Back to Mine has got a huge coup for this one, with big beat maestro Fatboy Slim stepping up. As always, he invites you deep into his own personal musical world, offering up a view at the far reaches of his record collection. It's a worldly mix for sure, with scorching dub open things up and rolling reggae rhythms keeping you in a deep groove until the soaring strings and jazz-funk fusion of 'The Pink Panther Theme' changes up the mood. Elsewhere there is blue eyed soul, late night folk and low key Americana as well as the original source of one of his most famous samples on 'Take Yo Praise' that all makes for a lovely and intimate vibe.
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Montpelier/Rumex
Montpelier/Rumex (100 gram vinyl 10")
Cat: TIO S3. Rel: 16 Sep 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Montpelier (5:47)
  2. Rumex (6:19)
Review: Fresh from delving into his ambient side on the pastorally-enhanced "Loom Dream" album for Whities, Leif revives his self-manned Tio Series with another double-shot of delicate but impactful cuts outside the conventional slipstream of modern techno. The rhythms fall crooked, the synths trickle, bubble and cascade around the groove and the atmosphere remains humid and heady, especially on ear-snagging B-side "Rumex". "Montpelier" sports more explicit dubby flourishes and a spread of sonic flora and fauna in the middle distance that truly brings the track to life.
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LAHA 01
LAHA 01 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LAHA 01. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Eitt (9:37)
  2. Tvo (5:53)
  3. Thrju (9:21)
  4. Fjogur (5:50)
Review: Icelandic label Lahar debuts with this highly impressive release from NonniMal, who was previously spotted dropping the classy "Freyja" 12" on AE Recordings back in 2016. Sound design is the order of the day on "Eitt" as a beautifully rendered set of percussive bell notes chime around a minimal rhythm section - a piece pointedly geared towards transcendence. "Tvo" has an intriguing slant to its groove, as the sharply oscillating synth wobble juts out against the grain of the drums. "Thrju" takes things in a bleak but captivating direction, while "Fjogur" cools the record down in a cloud of blissful, frostbitten ambience.
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Hard 2 Handle (reissue)
Hard 2 Handle (reissue) (white vinyl 7" limited to 100 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: MM 04WHITE. Rel: 11 Nov 20
Funk
  1. Hard 2 Handle (DJ Suro Refix) (2:29)
  2. Por Eso (DJ Suro Refix) (3:15)
Review: Marsh Mellow first put out this tidy funk 7" in 2011 and now reissue 100 copies of it on white vinyl. Side A is DJ Suro a re-work of Patti Drew's 1968 version of 'Hard to Handle' that has big brass sounds, low slung bass and a fine soul vocal scoring to real heights. The flip is a distinctly Latin take on 'Por Eso' that swaggers between wooden hits and Spanish vocals. It's pure sunshine on 7" and though the water might be closing in, this one keeps the good time open air party vibes well and truly alive.
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Vixere II/II
Vixere II/II (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MGM 10. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Techno
  1. Troglodyte Party (8:08)
  2. Drek (4:31)
  3. Mastodon (6:51)
  4. The Foolish & The Senseless Alike (5:34)
  5. Bodie (1:59)
Review: A new record from Malin Genie is always an intriguing proposition, and on this occasion the prolific, chameleonic producer is working in the realm of sharply focused techno with a dubby sensibility at its heart. That's especially true on 'Drek', which does a great job of bringing a fresh texture to the well worn dub techno palette thanks to some canny FX processing. 'Mastodon' is bigger still thanks to its own assortment of pulsing chord tones, and 'The Foolish & The Senseless' brings things into a new realm of expression with some forthright melodies that aren't typically associated with the dub techno tradition. Top shelf stuff as always from this inventive and accomplished producer.


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We've Gotta Find A Way Back To Love
  1. We've Gotta Find A Way Back To Love (3:08)
  2. Two Wrongs Don't Make A Right (3:24)
Review: Since establishing their dusty-fingered Pressure Makes Diamonds imprint last year, Gary Johnson and Graham Luckhurst have yet to put a foot wrong. Having previously reissued two ultra-obscure records by Azwon and Babalu & His Headhunters, they've now turned their attention to a slightly better-known single from Freda Payne. Her version of Holland-Dozier-Holland number 'We've Got To Make a Way Back To Love' was initially released back in 1973 and sees her brilliantly delivering the trio's lovelorn lyrics over a bongo-rich two-step soul backing track that's as musically detailed and emotive as they come. As it did back in the 1970s, the track comes backed by the sweeter, more orchestrated 'Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right' - another sublime Holland-Dozier production influenced by the slick Philly Soul sound.
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Music For Deathbeds
Music For Deathbeds (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: ERS 039. Rel: 01 Jul 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Yearn (2:20)
  2. Milky Less Milk (2:47)
  3. Swipperb (4:16)
  4. Aftershave (part 7) (3:04)
  5. Junk (1:33)
  6. 0305152 (2:00)
  7. Specific Gravity (3:35)
  8. One Man & His God (2:46)
  9. MFR Missing (5:35)
  10. Dodskamp (2:40)
  11. Heat Flow (2:08)
  12. 6.30 (6:21)
  13. I'm Hiding In Your Cupboard (2:32)
  14. Closed (2:29)
  15. Amen (3:25)
Review: As with the first SchleiBen series, Emotional Response follows the success of the second set of split releases with a stand-alone album by one of the highlights, in Neil Tolliday. Recorded over a 17-year period, the ambient, drone and noise pieces collected here offer a glimpse in to the depth of a supremely talented, thoughtful and at times, troubled musical mind. As his love for house music and the success of his Nail moniker grew and waned during the ascent 90s boom, there followed his somewhat surprising success as one half of Balearic-pop combo Bent, propelling Tolliday in to a world of indie-charts and endless touring. The eventual unhappiness of this 'music career' and increasing need for personal escapism led him start experiment new musical forms of expression. A thinker and oft-over drinker, success was viewed with a deep suspicion and introspection, drug use and later, depression. As his other music projects slowly imploded, this new, personal music was for many years, made purely for Tolliday's own absorption and comedowns. Taken from an initial 4 track recording in Nottingham in 2000, more pieces were subsequently recorded around the globe on numerous devices - old portable cassette recorders, hand held digital stereos and even mobile phones. These heavily manipulated samples were slowed down, reversed, smudged and stretched before analog and modular patching, Mellotron, editing, programming and post production were added to the melting pot. With hundreds of tracks collated, in the last few years Tolliday began putting them out via Bandcamp using different aliases, on made up record labels, with no press or mention to anyone. This would happen every 6-9 months - a new label was created with logo, band/artist names and a few albums worth of music, leaving it there for a few weeks before then deleting the lot. Here then is a snapshot of those recordings, chosen to represent the depth of music, while trying not to think too much about in to the emotions that were used in making them. With special hand painted artwork by Sam Purcell, commissioned from the artist's own photographs taken from a adjournment at Homerton hospital, the hope is to do justice to such wonderful music and present Neil Tolliday, finally an artist, shorn of pseudonyms, in a broader light.


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Black Rox 5
Black Rox 5 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BR 005. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. This Poem (Roots Unit alternative version) (7:46)
  2. Trenchtown Double Down (Roots Unit Stepping Razor version) (6:47)
Review: The shadowy Black Rox label out of Brighton returns after two years silence with some more dusty deep house delights that place the Black roots of the music front and centre. That's especially true of A side cut 'This Poem (Roots Unit alternative version)', which reframes the classic Bobby Konders track and the iconic 'Dis Poem' by Mutabaruka. This 2020 update drapes the track in plush swathes of string pads and undulating percussion perfect for mellower moments on and off the floor. Then Roots Unit tackle further aspects of Jamaican music culture with 'Trenchtown Double Down (Roots Unit Stepping Razor Version)', which samples a spread of vocal samples and straps them to a sparse but funky groove.
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 in stock $9.45
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Stand On The Word
Stand On The Word (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: MXMRK 2036. Rel: 28 Sep 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Stand On The Word (edit By Mr K) (6:23)
  2. Stand On The Word (Mr K live acappella edit) (3:51)
Review: Gospel music has had a long relationship with the underground dance floors of New York and New Jersey, sharing an emotionally charged spirituality that is central to devotees of each. Sitting at the nexus of these worlds is "Stand On The Word," a praise song that opens an album privately pressed by the First Baptist Church of Crown Heights in 1982. Who exactly recontextualized the churchly platter for the spiritual dance floor is a matter of some contention. Was it the born-again Walter Gibbons, a member of the congregation who lived nearby at the time, and then perhaps Tony Humphries, who worked at a local record store that carried the LP? But in an ocean of gospel dance music, this one distinctively sticks out as an underground dance classic. For this special release, Mr. K has trimmed his rare Japan only "Stand On The Word" 12" release from the crystalline intro to the beloved standout vocal lines to an ear-catching alternate piano outro, making it readily attainable on 7-inch for the first time. An astounding acapella fills the flip side with crackling handclaps and thundering foot-stomps, sounding as if it was recorded at church, or the final hour of the 718 Sessions (same thing). A better example of the sacred and secular crossover connection would be difficult to find.
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Lovehrtz Vol 3
Lovehrtz Vol 3 (hand-stamped 12" Nachpressung) (1 per customer)
Cat: LVHRTZ 003. Rel: 25 Nov 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Gotta Dance (5:20)
  2. I Need Your Love (6:36)
Review: More edit action from Richy Ahmed and Jansons' hush-hush Lovehrtz project, which has previously seen them given the disco-house treatment to tracks by Gino Soccio and The Supermen Lovers, amongst others. Volume three of the self-titled series opens with "Gotta Dance", a loopy chunky of synth-heavy Euro-disco-goes-house cheeriness rich in undulating electronic lead lines, echoing drum hits, arpeggio style bass and a sparkling female lead vocal. Their Italo-disco influence is explored further on muscular flipside "I Need Your Love", a sweaty late-night affair in which selected male and female vocal snippets, and ear-catching melodic motifs ride a thrusting electronic bassline and all-action mid-80s drums.
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Roisin Machine
Roisin Machine (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP Nachpressung)
BMG
Cat: 405053 8636574. Rel: 06 Nov 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Simulation (12:28)
  2. Kingdom Of Ends (6:28)
  3. Something More (6:41)
  4. Shellfish Mademoiselle (4:22)
  5. Incapable (3:52)
  6. We Got Together (5:54)
  7. Murphy's Law (5:35)
  8. Game Changer (4:29)
  9. Narcissus (4:56)
  10. Jealousy (4:08)
Review: Former Moloko singer Roisin Murphy proves with this new album she is still a force to be reckoned with. It bristles with dance floor kinetics and fizzing electronic synths that come laden with her outsider pop vocals. Roisin Machine is a collaboration with Sheffield producer Richard Barratt and the results include tracks that touch on feelings of frustration and romance, modern Britain and plenty more besides, all with plenty of his rugged production, bit also plenty of super sweet rolling grooves and funky bass riffs. The hip-swinging 'Murphy's Law' is a particular highlight from, this perennially underrated artist.
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Rockin Poppin Full Tilting (Record Store Day 2020)
Cat: 7UR 2290. Rel: 10 Nov 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Rockin - Poppin Full Tilting (part 1) (3:41)
  2. Rockin - Poppin Full Tilting (part 2) (2:44)
Review: This is a super sought after slice of 1980s disco goodness that was sampled by UK house producer Midland. He used bits of it on his huge, and we mean huge, 2016 summer anthem 'Final Credits' and that only served to send the price of the original up further. You'd be lucky if you can find an original copy of the 7" for under L125 these days. This official reissue has your back though and has been fully remastered with replica artwork in time to celebrates the 40th anniversary of its original release.
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Dirty Decibels
Dirty Decibels (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: 5BB 024. Rel: 16 Nov 20
Funk
  1. The High & Mighty - "Dirty Decibels" (3:57)
  2. Simon Haseley - "Hammerhead" (4:33)
Review: Another 5 Boroughs Breaks release means another gold standard hip-hop banger. This one is from
The High & Mighty duo who hailed from Phillie and were active in the nineties. Their 'Dirty Decibels' is a sleazy joint with prying bass and sliding drums that get under your skin. The rhymes flow smooth and the samples are sweet. Flip it over and you'll find where they come from - a rare library music tune by Simon Haseley called 'Hammerhead.' It's a 60s gem with harps, horns and serene strings that make for a luxuriant sound.
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Tonar N447 Replacement Diamond Stylus For Shure M447 Cartridge (white)
Cat: 699418 Rel: 14 Aug 18
 
Replacement stylus
Notes: Tonar replacement needle/stylus for Shure M-44-7. Diamond tip.
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 More than 10 in stock $19.90
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Jive
Jive (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CS 023. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Jive (7:44)
  2. Honkey (Crazy Hats) (5:42)
  3. Ochos (6:48)
Review: The ever prolific Lee Renacre is on Constant Sound in his 100Hz guise for a fresh trip through expressive techno and house music delivered with a warm, old-skool flavour. 'Jive' skips and twirls across the A side in a swung, sprightly exploration of soft and rounded synth lines and pleasingly chunky beats, capturing a dusky ambience along the way that's so easy to melt into. 'Honkey (Crazy Hats)' takes things deeper with a more rhythm-focused joint that maintains a submerged feel throughout. 'Ochos' completes the set with a deep tech house meditation rich in melodious uplift, striking a spiritual tone which would go down very well with someone bumping records on Yoruba and other such labels.
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Gespielt von: Burnski
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Me Guesta Boogalo
Cat: HR7 S 160. Rel: 20 Nov 20
International
  1. Me Guesta Boogaloo (3:10)
  2. Pastime Paradise (4:13)
Review: It's all about the cover version of Stevie Wonders anthem on the flip from this Japanese based latin centric outfit. Killer !Alien Liberty International may not be that well known this side of the World, but the expansive Latin combo have been releasing sizzling music -mostly on CD, for some reason - in their native Japan for the last couple of years. Here they make their long-awaited vinyl debut with a sizzling slab of authentic 1960s Harlem boogaloo full of infectious rhythms, rousing horns and vocals that may inspire sing-alongs if dropped at the right time. Equally as impressive is their flipside instrumental cover of Stevie Wonder classic 'Pastime Paradise', which brilliantly re-imagines the song as Latin jazz-funk gem complete with flanged guitars, a rousing horn section, a brilliant percussion-only breakdown and duelling flute and sax solos, both of which do a great job replicating the original's vocal melody.
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Soul Junction (reissue)
Soul Junction (reissue) (LP + insert with obi-strip)
Cat: PLP 6984. Rel: 19 Nov 20
Funk
  1. I'll Be Around (4:00)
  2. Love Is Gone (3:26)
  3. What About Love (3:39)
  4. The Real Thing (3:29)
  5. All Men Can't Be Wrong (2:37)
  6. Freedom For The Stallion (2:45)
  7. Mary Green (4:04)
  8. Don't Take Her For Granted (3:53)
  9. Out Law (5:14)
  10. Gemini Lady (4:25)
  11. Goodbye My Love (4:02)
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In The Sun EP
Cat: HP 002. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. In The Sun (6:46)
  2. Magic Dust (4:31)
  3. Guitar Solaar (5:53)
Review: Robin Twelftree has been busy over the past year bringing back his particular take on peak time house with a disco edge. Prolific in the late 90s and early 00s, his 12Tree project went on an extended hiatus but now finds a new outlet with the Hot Piroski label. "In The Sun" is a sassy uptempo workout with funk and flamboyance to match the tougher edges of the track. "Magic Dust" slows things down to a supremely mellow strut, with heavy lashings of soul blissed out over the top of the drums. "Guitar Solaar" stays in the downtempo zone with a subtle cosmic lilt and gorgeous vocals unfurling over loose and lazy breaks.
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Delicate Sound Of Thunder (remastered)
Delicate Sound Of Thunder (remastered) (180 gram vinyl 3xLP + 24-page booklet + MP3 download code in die-cut slip-case)
Cat: 019029 5215965. Rel: 20 Nov 20
Progressive Rock
  1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (part 1-5) (12:13)
  2. Signs Of Life (3:14)
  3. Learning To Fly (5:16)
  4. Yet Another Movie (0:40)
  5. Round & Around (6:08)
  6. A New Machine (part 1) (1:39)
  7. Terminal Frost (6:55)
  8. A New Machine (part 2) (5:17)
  9. Sorrow (5:09)
  10. The Dogs Of War (8:04)
  11. On The Turning Away (9:09)
  12. One Of These Days (6:22)
  13. Time (5:22)
  14. On The Run (2:56)
  15. The Great Gig In The Sky (4:46)
  16. Wish You Were Here (4:41)
  17. Welcome To The Machine (7:51)
  18. Us & Them (7:32)
  19. Money (8:31)
  20. Another Brick In The Wall (part 2) (5:19)
  21. Comfortably Numb (10:20)
  22. One Slip (5:41)
  23. Run Like Hell (8:09)
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38
Behringer Crave Desktop Semi Modular Analogue Synthesiser & Sequencer
Cat: 719385 Rel: 18 Jun 20
 
modular analogue sythnesiser & sequencer
Notes: Whole lot of synth power for not a lot of money. Oscillator based on the legendary Prophet 5, fat Moog-style filter, built-in sequencer and arpeggiator. Great way to get started with modular synthesis.

Supplier's Notes:
Analog Semi-Modular Synthesizer with 3340 VCO, Classic Ladder Filter, 32-Step Sequencer and 16-Voice Poly Chain

Analog synthesizer with legendary Prophet 5* VCO design allows for insanely fat music creation

Pure analog signal path based on authentic VCO, VCF and VCA designs

Super-rich oscillator with pulse and sawtooth wave outputs for ultimate sounds

Classic Moog* 24 dB ladder filter with resonance for legendary sound performance

Switchable low/high pass filter mode for enhanced sound creation

Modern and easy-to-use 32-step sequencer with 64 onboard storage slots

Advanced Arpeggiator with wide patterns for great sound effects

Dedicated and fully analog triangle/square wave LFO

16-voice Poly Chain allows combining multiple synthesizers for up to 16 voice polyphony

Semi-modular design with default routings requires no patching for immediate performance

18 x 14 I/O matrix for incredibly vast and flexible patching options

Noise generator dramatically expands waveform generation

47 controls give you direct and real-time access to all important parameters

External audio input for processing external sound sources

Comprehensive MIDI implementation with MIDI channel and Voice Priority selection

3-Year Warranty Program*

Designed and engineered in the UK
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We Persuade Ourselves We Are Immortal
Cat: LPTOT 79. Rel: 13 Nov 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. We Persuade Ourselves We Are Immortal (2:51)
  2. Hymortality (8:31)
  3. The Immortality Break (7:58)
  4. Synthony On A Theme Of Mortality (2:47)
  5. Psych Recap (8:27)
  6. Physically I'm Here, Mentally Far, Far Away (9:45)
Review: Amorphous Androgynous are back with something suitably epic in the form of this symphonic, 40-minute prog space-rock concept album, We Persuade Ourselves We Are Immortal. It is presented as five fantastic parts with the legendary Peter Hammill and Paul Weller both guesting, while the Chesterfield Philharmonic Choir and a 25-piece live orchestral string section provide the sumptuous sound that makes this most expansive and borderless record sound so meaningful. A cosmic trip of gigantic proportions with all the ups and downs you need to really feel moved, this is the definition of prog lavishness.
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Heartbreak
Heartbreak (12" + insert)
Cat: OTLR 001. Rel: 13 Nov 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Heartbreak (4:25)
  2. 6000 Ft (5:40)
Review: Simon 'Bonobo' Green launches his own label Outlier, operating under the umbrella of Ninja Tune, the label - along with Tru Thoughts - that he's been most closely associated with. To kick things off, he's cooked up something suitably sizable with pal Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs. Lead cut 'Heartbreak' is an absolute beast and sounds like a future anthem in the making. Supposedly intended as a tribute to NYC disco but arguably nothing of the sort, it sees the pair pepper a bustling, bass-heavy, rave-style breakbeat groove with organ stabs, sparkling synth sounds and choice vocal snippets from Classic Action classic 'Weekend'. They explore far deeper, drowsier territory on the atmospheric, melody-driven flipside, '6000 Ft', once again opting to employ waves of colourful electronics and chunky low-end sounds.
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Antigravity Love
Antigravity Love (double 12")
Cat: CRM 243. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Deep House
  1. Antigravity Love (Masters At Work remix) (9:46)
  2. Antigravity Love (Masters At Work instrumental dub) (9:38)
  3. Antigravity Love (KenLou dubb) (9:15)
  4. Antigravity Love (KenLou dubb instrumental) (6:17)
Review: The Krust album has been getting lots of people excited this year, and for good reason. The legendary producer has found some of his best form for Crosstown Rebels and now one its key tracks get some big remix treatment. Masters At Work step up to flip 'Antigravity Love' into one of their famously warm, deep, colourful house grooves with darting bass and soulful vocals. After an instrumental mix, the pair assume their KenLou alias for a bottomless dub version that has skip in the kicks and real bend in the bass.
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Nuances De Nuit Vol 5
Cat: NUIT 005. Rel: 23 Nov 20
Deep House
  1. Mehlor & Le Louche - "Chromium" (5:45)
  2. Thyone Girls - "More Pumpin'" (Ode To Joy instrumental) (5:49)
  3. Local Dub - "Moon Dog" (6:13)
  4. Karaba - "Hors Piste" (5:20)
Review: Another four track various artist EP from London imprint Nuances de Nuit, and their slogan 'Pour Les Danseurs' (for the dancers) could not be more apt. On Nuances de Nuit Vol. 5, the hypnotic, breakbeat-driven experience of 'Chromium' by Mehlor with Maxime Boekel (aka Le Louche) is reminiscent of some Rominimal sounds, while the on the flip the rolling, funky and ethereal tech house of Local Dub's 'Moon Dog' calls to mind iO (Mulen) and is an impressive debut from the You&Me affiliates. This is closed out by the swing-fuelled euphoria from Karab (Tessellate) on 'Hors Piste' that's full of classic house motifs.
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Equilibrium
  1. Don Carlos - "Kissin’" (club mix) (5:32)
  2. Sean McCabe - "Take It On Up" (6:30)
  3. David Fiorese & Peppe Citarella - "Organ Ride" (part II) (5:19)
  4. Art Of Tones - "Freaky Music" (5:51)
  5. Reelsoul - "Sunset" (6:20)
  6. XXXY - "Eroma" (vinyl cut) (5:48)
Gespielt von: LEGO EDIT
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Catch U On The Flip Side: Episode 01
VARIOUS
Catch U On The Flip Side: Episode 01 (180 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: REDUXINCJUNO 001A. Rel: 16 Nov 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Candidate 4 Luv (feat Yvonne Fletcher - Da Casa Blanco Homage mix) (7:26)
  2. Always There (Re-invention Of Time mix) (6:55)
  3. Expansions - LLS (Sands Till The End Of Time mix) (6:32)
  4. I Need U (NS & LG Phunky mix) (6:55)
Review: Here comes a lavish disco double pack drop from the Redux Inc stable, who have committed one track per side for this fat and loud serving of party provisions. First up is T.S. Monk's 'Candidate For Love' which gets re-rubbed by Casa Blanco for a sizzling peak time disco inferno. Then Incognito and Jocelyn Brown's perennial 'Always There' gets sent into the cosmos thanks to 'Re-Invention Of Time' version, while Lonnie Liston Smith's 'Expansions' gets turned out in style with the 'Sands Till The End Of Time mix'. Finishing on Side D with yet another banger, Sylvester's 'I Need You' gets the 'NS & LG Phunky' treatment with all the wildest hooks of the seminal disco track buffed up and placed front and centre.
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Untitled (Rise)
Cat: FL 00006CD. Rel: 12 Nov 20
Soul
  1. Strong
  2. Fearless
  3. Rise
  4. I Just Want To Dance
  5. Street Fighter
  6. Son Shine
  7. Rise Intently
  8. The Beginning & The End
  9. Free
  10. You Know It Ain't
  11. Uncomfortable
  12. No Black Violins In London
  13. Scary Times
  14. The Black & Gold
  15. Little Boy
Review: Very little is known about the collective of musicians behind the SAULT project, but their music in many ways speaks for itself. Earlier in the year they delivered Untitled (Black Is), a heartfelt, angry and righteous set of soul, funk, drill and spoken word tracks that provided a brilliant commentary on what it means to be black in 2020. It's a contender for album of the year, for sure, and the good news is that this speedy follow-up is every bit as essential. It's undoubtedly more celebratory than its predecessor, but every bit as musically detailed, combining cutting-edge electronics and all manner of infectious rhythms with enlightening vocals and all manner of live jazz, soul, punk-funk and jazz-funk instrumentation (as well as some seriously evocative orchestration).
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Never Gonna Fall In Love Again (Like I Fell In Love With You)
Cat: 12DOS 1. Rel: 25 Nov 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Never Gonna Fall In Love Again (Like I Fell In Love With You) (feat Vanessa Haynes) (6:25)
  2. Never Gonna Fall In Love Again (Like I Fell In Love With You) (Disco instrumental) (6:13)
Review: This record is a re-make of a Carmen Amez disco and boogie gem from 1983. The original goes for well over L200 and isn't even that good a pressing. This cover first saw the light of day as a 12" in September that was only acquired by certain DJs. It soon started trading for high prices as people wondered what the hell it was, who it was by, and whether it was a shifty bootleg. That's all resolved now as it gets a proper out with a freshly re-recorded version with strings, horns, bells, whistles and Vanessa Haynes on vocals. It's a lush bit of floor filling heart swelling disco, funk and soul gold with soaring strings to boot.
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Fulton County Line
Fulton County Line (7" limited to 250 copies)
Cat: ZP 53BLACK. Rel: 20 Nov 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Fulton County Line (4:48)
  2. Riding High (5:16)
Review: This is the first time this particular disco gem has ever been on a 7" vinyl. It comes from Tommy Stewart's self-titled 1976 album, one of the most revered and in demand disco records ever. It was recorded in Atlanta, Georgia and became such a hit because of how far musical legends Marlin McNichols, Bill Wright and Tommy Stewart managed to take the super funky disco production (clue - way ahead of its time.) 'Fulton County Line' and 'Riding High' and two fo the glorious album highlights, with lush arrangements, soaring strings and funky bass all getting the emotions flowing as well now as they did first time around.

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Mr Bongo Record Club Volume Four
VARIOUS
Cat: MRBLP 217. Rel: 20 Nov 20
International
  1. The Modern Tropical Quintet - "Midnight In Moscow" (4:28)
  2. James Reese & The Progressions - "Throwing Stones" (Kenny Dope mix) (5:21)
  3. Cindy & The Playmates - "Don't Stop This Train" (3:14)
  4. Carnival - "Eyes Growing Wider" (4:20)
  5. Azwon - "Paradise Island" (5:25)
  6. Carlos Puebla, Santiago Martinez & Pedro Sosa - "Sun Sun Damba E" (3:50)
  7. Pepe Sanchez Y Su Rock-Band - "Sentimiento" (5:00)
  8. DJ Format & The Simonsound - "The Peruvian" (3:42)
  9. Hamlet Minassian - "Al Elnim" (6:10)
  10. Idrissa Soumaoro & L'Eclipse De L' IJA - "Nissodia" (Mike D remix) (4:04)
  11. Teaspoon Ndelu - "Sputla" (7:01)
  12. The Mombasa Vikings - "Mama Matotoya" (3:35)
  13. Lincoln - "Amanha O Tempo Muda" (3:04)
  14. Don Ricardo - "Sonho Lindo" (2:33)
  15. Ze Roberto - "Lotus 72 D" (fast) (3:03)
  16. Wax Machine - "Extralude" (Wyndham Earl More-Than-An interlude remix) (4:27)
  17. Matty - "Selfportrait" (7:15)
Review: Since launching in 2016, Mr Bongo's Record Club compilation series has provided three essential volumes of personal favourites - many obscure and hard-to-find - selected by the label's in-house team of crate-digging DJs. Volume four is naturally every bit as essential as its' predecessors, offering an enticing mixture of Brazilian, African, soul, funk and disco with not a suspect selection in sight. This time round, they've chosen to include contemporary music as well as dusty old gems, with highlights including Kenny Dope's delicious rework of the soul-jazz positivity of 'Throwing Stones' by James Reese and the Progressions, the fast version of Ze Roberto's 1973 MPB classic 'Lotus 72D' and the samba-folk wonder that is Matthew Tavares' 2019 gem 'Self Portrait'.
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Finally Ready (Dimitri From Paris Remixes)
Cat: GLITS 060. Rel: 26 Nov 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Finally Ready (Dimitri From Paris TSOP - The Sound Of Paris - remix part I) (5:11)
  2. Finally Ready (Dimitri From Paris TSOP - The Sound Of Paris - remix part II) (3:57)
 in stock $11.68
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Come Back Breaker
Cat: JAL 338V. Rel: 12 Nov 20
Funk
  1. Come Back Breaker (3:44)
  2. Beats Working (2:45)
  3. Drums Working (bonus Beat) (0:50)
Review: Dr Rubberfunk's sound has become more reliant on organic instrumentation over the years, but at heart he's still a turntablist with a love of Steinski and Coldcut style cut-and-paste productions. So while his recent My Life in 45 album was a kaleidoscopic musical smorgasbord of sounds, this follow-up single is a much more back-to-basics banger tailor-made for excitable DJs and even more excited breakdancers. 'Come Back Breaker' is a rolling, fun-fuelled number in which a plethora of quirky spoken word snippets and cut-up, energy-packed drum-breaks vie for attention with warm bass and guitar sounds seemingly lifted from old funk and soul jams. He continues this approach on the more jazz-funk influenced workout 'Beats Working', before showcasing his sweaty breaks on the short, DJ-friendly rhythm track 'Drums Working'.
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