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Cat: W 2511. Rel: 19 Jul 19
Indie
  1. After Its Own Death (part 1) (16:55)
  2. After Its Own Death (part 2) (21:16)
  3. Walking In A Spiral Towards The House (part 1) (11:26)
  4. Walking In A Spiral Towards The House (part 2) (16:48)
Review: Since debuting as Grouper back in 2005, Liz Harris has delivered a swathe of experimentalist albums that explore almost every aspect of ambient and drone music. Here she launches a new project, Nivhek, via an expansive double-album of sparse, atmospheric compositions that tend towards the epic. Really, it's two albums in one. The first slab of wax is entitled "After Its Own Death" and boasts a two-part, non-stop suite of tracks built around echoing choral vocals, dark electronics and blissful bells. It's alternately melancholic, blissful and grippingly intense. In contrast, "Walking In A Spiral Towards The House", the piece stretched across both sides of the second record, is breathtakingly beautiful - a meandering, soft focus trip through chiming, reverb-laden motifs and gentle music box melodies.
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Grand Combo EP (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: UQ 069. Rel: 25 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. Cuchfritos (4:31)
  2. I Have You On My Side (6:33)
  3. Bridgeport 2 Brooklyn (4:46)
  4. Wicked Self (7:17)
  5. Manhattan's Projects (6:40)
Review: By all accounts, Son of Sound and Jus' Ed have been pals for years, though this is the first time they've penned a joint release. They begin with the fluttering, riff-propelled deep house bounce of "Cuchfritos", where rubbery drum fills help to create extra energy, before notching up the tempo via the spacey, synth-fuelled stomp of "I Have You On My Side". The swinging, jazz-dance friendly organ garage swing of "Bridgeport 2 Brooklyn" brilliantly draws the curtain down on Side A, before the duo kick off the flipside with the ultra-deep beauty of "Wicked Self", whose undulating synthesizer solos are particularly tasty. As if that wasn't enough to set the pulse racing, closer "Manhattan's Projects" is a fizzing chunk of rolling and spacey peak-time house.
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Captagon (heavyweight 2xLP)
Cat: TRESOR 312. Rel: 25 Jun 19
Techno
  1. Triangulation (2:58)
  2. Reiki (5:20)
  3. ITO (5:55)
  4. Riga (5:37)
  5. Jade (6:12)
  6. Tracer (6:20)
  7. Scrawler (5:34)
  8. Qurra (5:45)
  9. Air-Port (7:38)
Review: Since opting to release more music under his given name, DeepChord man Rod Modell has largely stuck to dubbed-out ambience and heady drone soundscapes. His latest full-length is a little different, though, offering up club-focused cuts that mix his usual fuzzy aural textures and dub-fired motifs with up-tempo techno rhythms. By his standards, it's a very forthright set, with highlights including the noise-soaked stomp of "Reiki", the thrusting heaviness of "ITO", the hypnotic slam of "Jade" - where breezy, early morning electronics flutter away above tough drums and a mind-altering bassline - and the boisterous peak-time techno anthem "Scrawler".
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Gespielt von: Mark Forshaw, Lluck
 in stock $24.19
Dorian Blue (140 gram vinyl 12" Nachpressung)
Cat: THEMA 049. Rel: 22 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Kombination 100 (7:28)
  2. Dorian Blue (4:57)
  3. In Time (The Brooklyn edit) (6:33)
  4. Rhythm (Is Life edit) (6:35)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Cisco Ferreira continues to fly the flag for rugged hardware powered techno with personality, well over 20 years since he first emerged. The Advent is rightly hailed as a mark of assured quality for good reason, and Thema make a smart move in signing up this fresh grip of tracks from the veteran producer. "Kombination 100" is a lurid, slightly unhinged acid workout from the outer limits, while "Dorian Blue" sets a more moody, aquatic tone with a dash of electro thrown in for good measure. "In Time" brings things up in tempo and attitude, sporting some surging 909 drums guaranteed to get bodies striding with purpose, and then "Rhythm" spins out into trippy electro territory for the heads-down travelers to get spiritually expanded to.
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TS 000003 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: TS 000003. Rel: 02 Jul 19
Bass
  1. Rainforest (4:05)
  2. Blizzard (4:31)
  3. Tripping Up (4:55)
  4. RX 4 Real (4:35)
Review: Shadowy London producer Filter Dread returns from Beyond Saturn with four new futurist designs. This time on Seattle newcomer label Tech Startup. Maintaining his stark ravey elements, pneumatic breaks and grainy bass signature, the vibe remains hardcore, rough around the edges throughout. "Rainforest" is near militant with its drum edits and warped, detuned synth washes while "Blizzard" brings a crush sense of decay to the percussion and much more of a subverted electro feel to the mix. Flip for two more weapons: the gnarled, schizoid "Tripping Up" which touches on breakcore but at a much slower tempo and "RX 4 Real" which taps into the classic hardcore aesthetic and flips more switches than Battersea Power Station.
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Cat: VIVEK 001. Rel: 09 Jul 19
Deep Dubstep
  1. Different Sound (feat Dego Ranking) (4:20)
  2. Different Dub (4:13)
  3. Galactic (4:04)
  4. Galactic Dub (3:14)
Review: It's finally here... V.I.V.E.K launches a brand new label and, as the title suggests, it's something a little different to the deep 140 piledrivers his System Sound is known for. Two rootsical excursions and two killer versions, this is the sound of the System champion bringing things back to the source. The title track (featuring longstanding System MC Dego Rankin) is a warm dub jam, spaced for good measure. Flip for "Galactic" as V.I.V.E.K flings us further east on a ship powered by Oriental strings and another rolling dub groove that's designed to make rigs purr. Beautiful.
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Shuriken Vol 2 (pink vinyl 12")
Cat: SHA 147. Rel: 08 Jul 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Pola & Bryson - "Find Your Way" (feat Charlotte Haining) (5:17)
  2. Glxy & Gzb - "Yes Jah" (5:13)
  3. Mitekiss - "Some People" (4:34)
  4. Signal - "How Will I Know" (3:57)
Review: Shogun Audio dig deep into the vaults once again for a collection of long-demanded vinyl outings. Taken from right across the label's broad spectrum, we kick off with Pola, Bryson & Charlotte Haining's anthem sing-along "Find Your Way" before GLX follow with one of their darkest steppers to date "Yes Jah". Meanwhile on the flip Mitekiss's piano-massaging dreamweaver "Some People" before Signal's hurricane vocal headbutt "How Will I Know You" shuts down the session in timeless style. Grab it while you can.
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The Sentient City Awakens (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: SEM 054. Rel: 04 Jul 19
Electro
  1. Inward Stream (6:29)
  2. Twilight Sequence (6:17)
  3. Hydro Subway (5:48)
  4. Bioluminiscent Trees (5:28)
  5. Frond Of Stars (3:10)
Review: Although Emile Facey has been producing as Plant 43 for roughly six years, the UK producer appears to be in a rich vein of form right now. Having debuted in impressive fashion on Dutch label Frustrated funk earlier this year, Plant 43 resurfaces on Semantica with this equally worthy five track 12" The Sentient City Awakens. No stranger to Svreca's label having first graced Semantica last year, this record will please Plant 43 fans no end, with "Inward Stream" and "Hydro Subway" showing equal reverence to melody and booming percussion that few other current electro practitioners can match. Concluding production "Frond Of Stars" is beautifully epic.
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Cat: RUTI 018. Rel: 16 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. Lust (6:50)
  2. Night Rider (6:44)
  3. Aeterna (6:30)
  4. Sub Experience (6:27)
Review: The ever-consistent Rutilance returns with old friend and fellow Frenchman Vincent G. Previously appearing on their last V/A collection with "Control Freak" here he takes control of our every sense with four sublime grooves. Each one coated in a dreamy haze the trip ignites with evocative, early DJ Gregory style "Lust" and comes to an end with the thunder-thigh kicks and warehouse dynamic of "Sub Experience". In between we have more deep dream escapades with "Nite Rider" and classic 93-style New York feels on "Aeterna". Ageless!
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Cat: RSN 2.1. Rel: 24 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. The Music Got Me (original dub) (8:23)
  2. The Music Got Me (Nick The Record & Dan Tyler Re-Spanimated dubb) (7:44)
  3. The Music Got Me (Bawrut Bawracid Workout) (7:05)
Review: Second time around for Ransom Note's essential reissue of the late, great Boyd Jarvis' sublime "The Music Got Me" - an alien, otherworldly proto-house instrumental that became a NYC club anthem when issued on Prelude under the Visual alias. Jarvis and Timmy Regisford's mesmerizing "original dub" kicks things off, creating a hypnotizing mood via an awesome bassline, cascading synthesizer melodies and sparse vocal hooks. It's accompanied by a stellar re-dub by Nick The Record and Idjut Boys member Dan Tyler. The pair smothers key sections of the track in tape echo, dub delay and ricocheting reverb, in the process creating a druggy, wide-eyed early morning classic. To round things off, Bawrut re-imagines the early '80s jam as a twisted, mind-altering acid house jacker.
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Jaz Edits (12")
Cat: PF 003. Rel: 10 Jul 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Dancing In The Sunshine (JAZ edit) (4:21)
  2. Here We Go (JAZ edit) (4:50)
  3. 103 (JAZ edit) (5:54)
  4. Push Comes To Shove (JAZ edit) (7:00)
Review: South Carolina's John Zahl aka Jaz returns. He's said to be a DJ/Episcopal Priest from Charleston, South Carolina who digs deep, uncovering vinyl gems from the mid-80s with lots of drum machines and tons of fun weirdness - as heard on his many mixtapes on Soundcloud. Some of that material gets featured on this collection of edits here for P&F Recordings, who make a departure from original compositions in favour of these four beautiful downtempo edits by a modern day master of the craft. From the low slung boogie funk of "Dancing In The Sunshine", to the neon-lit '80s R'n'B of "Here We Go" and the slo-mo rock swagger of "Push Comes To Shove" - there's all you need right here!
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Truth EP (12")
Cat: PHONICA 026. Rel: 09 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. Truth (main street mix) (5:45)
  2. Truth (Back Alley mix) (6:17)
  3. Old Way, New Way (7:05)
  4. And Then (6:17)
Review: Long-time collaborators Earth Trax & Newborn Jr collide once again for another London/Polish lesson in house music rudiments. Bumping with a classic 1990 feel but 2019 muscle, "Truth" hits home in two different ways; the big room hooky crossover vibe (Main Street remix) and a deeper, acid-tinged introspective twist (Back Alley mix). Flip for two more blasts of foundation magic; "Old Way, New Way" hits with classic synth-pipes and Mr Fingers dreaminess while "And Then" closes the show with a wry Balearic head nod. Turns out you can handle the "Truth".
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Knock Knock (gatefold 2xLP + 7" + MP3 download code Nachpressung)
Cat: PAMPALP 13. Rel: 08 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. Club Der Ewigkeiten (4:22)
  2. Bonfire (3:59)
  3. Moving In A Liquid (feat Eddie Fummler) (4:21)
  4. Music On My Teeth (feat Jose Gonzalez) (4:41)
  5. Colors Of Autumn (feat Speech Of The Group Arrested Development) (4:10)
  6. This Is My Rock (feat Sophia Kennedy) (5:19)
  7. Illumination (feat Roisin Murphy) (4:40)
  8. Planet Hase (feat Mano Le Tough) (4:18)
  9. Pick Up (6:37)
  10. Scratch That (feat Roisin Murphy) (5:02)
  11. Muddy Funster (feat Kurt Wagner) (5:23)
  12. Baby (How Much I LFO You) (4:31)
  13. Jesus (5:13)
  14. Lord Knows (4:04)
  15. Seeing Aliens (4:53)
  16. Drone Me Up, Flashy (feat Sophia Kennedy) (6:26)
  17. Take A Run (feat Ada) (4:51)
Review: DJ Koze's music is very much suited to the album format. Although his last effort through this medium was back in 2013, his explorative nature and wide-eyed, improvisational style are simply made to branch out into areas outside of the more predictable house and techno formats. Knock Knock comes through on his own Pampa label, with its seventeen tracks all providing us with something different and wonderful, from slo-mo r&b sounds to funky, wayward house music that is most certainly at the 'outside' of the house spectrum. There are plenty of special guests, too, including Mano Le Tough, Sophia Kennedy, and many other relevant talents. A Koze speciality.
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Cat: PAC 007. Rel: 27 Jun 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. The Price You Pay (For Loving That Way) (8:58)
  2. Kites At Nemoto Beach (8:08)
  3. Sundowning (6:19)
Review: Balearic disco maestro Max Essa has named his latest EP in honour of "Barkhan Dunes" - those wind created, crescent shaped sand dunes often found in deserts. Quite how this fits with the music on offer isn't explained, though the Balearic-minded music offered up is excellent. Check first "The Price You Pay (For Loving That Way)", an arpeggio-driven slab of sun-kissed nu-disco/Balearic house fusion rich in life-affirming Rhodes chords, twinkling synth lines and delay-laden saxophone solos. "Kites At Nemoto Beach" is a gently unfurling ambient soundscape full of drowsy vocal harmonies, while closing cut "Sundowning" sees Essa wrap glistening guitars and thickset synth bass around a bubbly mid-tempo drum machine rhythm.
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Cat: OVM 307. Rel: 17 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Sixth Sense (Louie Vega remix) (6:33)
  2. Sixth Sense (Louie Vega Jump dub) (5:47)
  3. Sixth Sense (Shlomi Aber remix) (6:29)
Review: On celebrating 22 years of Josh Wink's cult acid classic "Sixth Sense" on his legendary Ovum imprint, they've invited one half of Masters At Work, Louie Vega, and Israeli techno hero Shlomi Aber for a set of remarkable updates. Vega looks after the A side with a couple of sweltering reworks: from the bouncy, bass-driven groove attitude of the main remix which retains industry veteran Ursula Rucker's powerful vocal performance, to the handy dub version up next. On the flip, Aber certainly has come a long way since the days of Chicago Days/Detroit Nights - it's about spending all weekend at Berlin's Berghain these days - getting on some proper tunnel vision with his steely and austere rework.
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OWMU 001 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: OWMU 001. Rel: 08 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Music Is Life (5:39)
  2. Interplanetary (6:44)
  3. Warmth In Rhythm (5:28)
  4. Warmth In Melody (2:53)
  5. Propulsion State (4:45)
Review: Resurgent Welsh techno wizard DJ Guy launches his own label with a fresh batch of deep diving jams that put the soul back in the machine. From the twinkling, starry-eyed delights of "Music Is Life" to the horizontal meditation of "Interplanetary," this is immaculately executed electronica in the fine tradition of UK trailblazers like B12 that sounds as fresh as it did in the 90s. "Warmth In Rhythm" sports a nagging house groove to suck you in with ease, while "Propulsion State" fires off a dazzling arpeggio that heads skywards with a twitchy electro backbone for company. Top shelf tackle from a seriously talented cat.




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Sent Items (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: NN 014. Rel: 25 Jun 19
Electro
  1. Fentanyl (6:23)
  2. Because I Want To Fit In (4:35)
  3. Digital Cemetery (5:20)
  4. Sent Items (4:55)
Review: Amsterdam-based lo-fi expert Swiere Westveen aka Betonkunst takes time out from working with good buddy Palmbomen II and flies solo here for French imprint Nocta Numerica. The Sent Items EP features four edgy and gritty cuts that are well fit for retroverts: from the unholy mixture of coldwave, EBM and acid on "Fentanyl", to the neon-lit dystopia of electro bass thumper "Because I Want To Fit In" and the dreamy B side cut that is the title track going for a slo-mo almost pop feel. We're pretty sure you'll be all over this grainy/all analogue affair from this rising Dutch artist. Comes as a limited edition of 300 copies.
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 in stock $11.19
Isole (LP)
Cat: NANG 186. Rel: 27 Jun 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Alcatraz (5:42)
  2. Tokyo (5:46)
  3. Nassau (feat Rodion) (5:29)
  4. Favignana (feat Kool Water) (4:28)
  5. Stone Town (feat Dimitri From Paris) (4:16)
  6. Taquile (5:32)
  7. Hong Kong (5:46)
  8. London (feat Jukka Reverberi) (5:12)
Review: Under the now familiar DJ Rocca alias, Luca Roccatagliati has been serving up Italo-disco, Balearica and boogie-influenced nu-disco cuts for the best part of 15 years. It's something of a surprise, then, to find that "Isole" is his debut solo album (his previous full-length excursions were made in cahoots with Dimitri From Paris and Stefano Ghittoni). It's a colourful and hugely enduring affair, with Rocca flitting between percussive, synth-bass-propelled nu-disco goodness (Rodion hook-up "Nassau"), Balearic-minded soundscapes ("Tokyo", the acid-flecked "Favignana"), delay-laden, proto-house style New York electrofunk dubs (standout "Stone Town", produced alongside Dimitri From Paris), tropical-tinged late night jams ("Taquile") and electro-fired early '80s Brit-funk ("London").
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 in stock $16.13
Lotus 72 D (reissue) (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: MRB 7156. Rel: 26 Jun 19
International
  1. Lotus 72 D (3:17)
  2. Lotus 72 D (fast) (3:03)
Review: Since its release in 1973, Ze Roberto's debut single "Lotus 72 D" has become something of an in-demand item amongst collectors of soul-fired Brazilian "MPB". So much so, in fact, that Mr Bongo has licensed it and served up this 7" reissue. In its original A-side form, the track is a carnival-ready slab of samba-soul brilliance rich in razor-sharp horn blasts, rich bass guitar, punchy hand-percussion and twinkling jazz piano solos. Roberto's confident vocals take centre stage, inviting us towards the dancefloor. Over on the flip you'll find a "Fast Version" of Roberto's tribute to 1972 Formula 1 champ Emerson Fittipaldi. This has a slightly more dancefloor-centric tempo, an effect achieved when it was accidentally pitched up for inclusion on a 2001 compilation.
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Trasmissioni (gatefold LP)
Cat: MND 010LP. Rel: 17 Jul 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Progressi Della Scienza (3:19)
  2. Telemusic (6:24)
  3. Esterno Neve (5:19)
  4. Studio Ritmico (4:38)
  5. Delta Sound (2:00)
  6. Nightlife (6:36)
  7. Effetto Notte (5:41)
  8. Timing (4:54)
Review: Last year, Raiders of the Lost Arp (real name Marco Pierro) popped up on Edizioni Mondo with a decidedly Balearic EP that ranks amongst his best work to date (and that's saying something). Here he returns to Francesco de Bellis's label with an album that's arguably even better. Rich in analogue synthesizers, bubbly lo-fi drum machine rhythms, sun-baked guitars and toasty bass, "Transmissioni" brilliantly strings together drowsy neo-Balearic gems in a range of interconnected styles. It's a superb set all told, with highlights including the subtle Tullio de Piscopo tribute "Studio Ritmico", the stargazing, arpeggio-led ambient of "Progressi Della Scienzi", the shuffling afternoon warmth of "Nightlife" and the Mark Barrott-esque goodness of closing cut "Timing".
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Cat: LIVITY 035. Rel: 26 Jun 19
Bass
  1. E-ache (4:57)
  2. Aces (5:10)
  3. Negative Extasy (4:28)
  4. Suomi (6:19)
Review: Man Band mandem Toma Kami returns to Livity with more sharp tools and insanity, this time in the form of "Negative Extasy". Each cut primed with big roomy broken beats, each cut more beguiling and trippier than the last, each cut rising in intensity; "E-Ache" warms us up with soothing harmonic stabs over a cavernous beat, "Aces" spins us round the stars with housey chords and pretty percussive vapour trails while "Suomi" is nothing short of a 24th century funeral march. For most the title track will be the highlight; more upbeat and bumping, with fat layers of percussion, it's Toma in pure peaktime mode... And everyone's invited.
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  1. Navigator & Ranking Joe - "Junglist Sound" (Serial Killaz remix) (5:13)
  2. Jamalski, Rocker T & Mr Live - "Put It On" (Liondub & Bluntskull remix) (4:51)
  3. Johnny Osbourne & Marcus Visionary - "Lend Me" (5:17)
  4. Bladerunner & DJ Westy - "Original Bad Boy" (5:57)
Review: What a ting! North America's running wild with drum & bass right now but here are two of the realest, most enduring names: Marcus Visionary and Liondub International. Four tracks taken from Marcus's recent mix album, highlights include aggy dancehall hip-hop fusion of "Put It On" and the utterly disgusting roller "Original Bad Boy" from Bladerunner and DJ Westy. Featuring the likes of Navigator and Rankin Joe, there's some of the strongest voices possible on this collection. The Atlantic gates are well and truly open.
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Cat: 019029 6904301. Rel: 05 Jul 19
Post Rock/Experimental
  1. Svefn-G-Englar (10:41)
  2. Staralfur (7:48)
  3. Flugufreslarinn (7:53)
  4. Ny Batteri (8:07)
  5. Hjartao Hamast (Bamm Bamm Bamm) (7:04)
  6. Vidrar Vel Til Loftarasa (10:06)
  7. Olsen Olsen (7:54)
  8. Agaetis Byrjun (7:46)
  9. Avalon (4:15)
Review: Reykjavik-based noise quartet, Sigur Ros - translated to Victory Rose - sublime 1999 album Agaetis Byrjun turns 20 this year and to commemorate the legendary band have assembled two luxury box sets featuring all matter of demos, rarities and live recordings. There is also the option to just rebask in the limelight of A Good Beginning (Agaetis Byrjun) repress that's worth it alone for album opener "Svefn-g-englar" - a breathy 10-minute swoon through the ether of sweet harmony. Travel the rest of the album until you get to "Avalon" - one of the deepest classical requiems you can hope to hear. A sonic fortress of bizarre digital noises, weird drones, wispy vocals and breathtakingly radiant percussion, Agaetis Byrjun is a masterpiece of revolutionary proportions.
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Peggy GOU/VARIOUS
DJ Kicks (mixed CD)
K7
Cat: K7 382CD. Rel: 28 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. Spacetime Continuum - "Fluresence"
  2. Peggy Gou - "Hungboo" (DJ Kicks)
  3. Pearson Sound - "Earwig"
  4. Pegasus - "Perseguido Por El Rayo"
  5. Sly & Lovechild - "The World According To Sly & Lovechild" (Andrew Weatherall Soul Of Europe mix)
  6. Dorisburg - "Rytm804"
  7. Hiver - "Pert"
  8. Kyle Hall - "Flemmenup"
  9. DMX Krew - "EPR Phenomena"
  10. JRMS - "3"
  11. Shades Of Rhythm - "Exorcist"
  12. Kode 9 - "Magnetic City"
  13. The System - "Vampirella"
  14. Black Merlin - "Kundu"
  15. Aphex Twin - "Vordhosbn"
  16. R-Tyme - "Illusion" (Mayday remix)
  17. Psyche - "Crackdown"
  18. Deniro - "Epirus"
  19. I:Cube - "Cassette Jam 1993"
Review: South Korean star Peggy Gou continues her seemingly unstoppable rise by serving up her first ever DJ mix CD. It's a contribution to one of the longest running series in the business, DJ Kicks, and she's used the opportunity to showcase the depth and variety of the music in her crates. Beginning with the classic early '90s ambient of Spacetime Continuum, Gou flits between humid, mid-tempo Balearic house (her own "Hungboo"), acid-fired downtempo electronica (Pearson Sound), throbbing 1990 peak-time anthems (Weatherall's ace but largely forgotten remix of Sly & Lovechild), hypnotic techno minimalism (Dorisburg), main room throb-jobs (Hiver), pulsating electro (DMX Krew), classic breakbeat hardcore (Shades of Rhythm), post-dubstep (Kode 9), dark tribal drum jams (Black Merlin) and sunrise ready Motor City brilliance (Deniro).
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Austin Funk (reissue) (limited numbered LP + insert)
Cat: JMANLP 113. Rel: 27 Jun 19
Funk
  1. Keep Your Eyes On Your Merchandise (3:16)
  2. Love Is Not Such An Easy Game To Play (3:14)
  3. Radiator (3:54)
  4. Body Talk (6:05)
  5. Funk 'N' Roll (2:59)
  6. Since I Met You (4:01)
  7. Ghetto Tool (2:29)
  8. Groove Awhile (4:11)
  9. Frozen Tundra Lady (3:30)
Review: Over the last few weeks, Jazzman's ongoing "Holy Grail" reissue series has focused on obscure but in-demand albums from the Fable Records catalogue. The latest to get the deluxe reissue treatment is Steamheat's "Austin Funk", a 1975 set that's notably harder and funkier than the Texan label's usual jazz-funk fare. Of course, there are still plenty of jazz-funk flourishes to be found amongst the soulful vocals, crunchy clavinet lines, fast-tempo grooves and heady horn lines. Our picks include the low-down deep funk headiness of "Radiator", the fizzing brilliance of "Body Talk", the harmonic jazz guitar, horn and electronic piano solos of "Ghetto Tool" and the eyes-closed, in-the-zone madness of closing cut "Frozen Tundra Lady".
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Obeah Man (7")
Cat: JAZZ45 007. Rel: 27 Jun 19
Jazz
  1. Obeah Man (4:00)
  2. Seeking (3:26)
Review: Ahead of a fresh album due later in the year, Nat Birchall fires up his quartet and returns to the Jazz45 series with a second seven-inch salvo for the Jazzman offshoot. A-side "Obeah Man" is wonderfully sweet, soulful and breezy, with Birchall and company layering jaunty spiritual jazz style piano riffs and snaking solos (think Clarinet, sax, trumpet etc) over a warm, loose and bustling groove. They continue on a similar vein on the slightly bolder flipside cut "Seeking", where bandmembers trade solos atop a classic jazz style bassline and fizzing drums. That forthcoming album should be killer.
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Cat: IMAGENES 090. Rel: 11 Jul 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Spacial Paradise (Afro Funk version) (5:13)
  2. Sexmachina (4:25)
  3. San Juan (feat Grupo Madera) (5:33)
  4. Electropical (feat Grupo Madera) (5:42)
Review: Just shy of a year after their last Electropical escapade, Juan Laya and Jorge Montiel return with another fiery fusion of afrobeat, Latin, funk and disco treats. This time recorded in the Bolivar Film Studios, Caracas with Venezuelan drum ensemble, we're treated to two new originals and two exceptional updates. "San Juan" hits with a sleazy, dreamy groove and yearning vocals crying over the top while "Electropical" is an immense hit of percussive magic that gradually opens up into technoid chords that no crowd will hear coming. Flip for a loose-limed and sparkly take on the proto house blueprint "Spacial Paradise" and contemporary, heavier hitting take on their 2011 evergreen dancefloor kiss "Sexmachina". Get on the scene...
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Presents 3 Tracks (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GRA 013. Rel: 24 Jun 19
Techno
  1. Olo - "Balast" (8:26)
  2. El Trick - "Ko Ko Dak Dak" (5:54)
  3. Palta - "Daeksel" (3:56)
Review: DJ Central presents three new aliases on this elegantly put together 12". Conjuring up the perfect recipe for a DJ Cake, Central blends and explores the likes of pulsating atmospheric techno on the track "Balast", smoothly escalating breaks on "Ko Ko Dak Dak" and hazy crackling ambient on the finale "Daeksel". Unique, inspiring and truly excellent works from the one they call DJ Central.



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The Orbitants 2 (translucent red vinyl 12")
Cat: FUME 010. Rel: 02 Jul 19
Electro
  1. Heinrich Dressel - "Sem Intro" (3:29)
  2. Galaxian - "Source Reality" (4:50)
  3. Foreign Sequence - "Negative Vibe" (5:00)
  4. Lake Haze - "System Glitch" (4:19)
  5. Jensen Interceptor - "Faceless" (5:49)
Review: With this sequel to December's brilliant, compilation style "The Orbitant" EP, FU ME boss George K is spoiling us. With a high quality threshold and five varied cuts to enjoy, it offers excellent value for money for clued-up electro DJs. Heinrich Dressel sets the scene via some wonderfully spacey, widescreen ambient electronica ("Sem Intro"), before Galaxian wraps 1990 style Yorkshire bleeps and fizzing, minor key electronics around a booming bassline and ghetto-tech style drums on "Source Reality". Foreign Sequence's throbbing, acid-laden "Negative Vibe" sits somewhere between surging Italo-disco and pulsating electro, while Lake Haze's "System Glitch" combines creepy, deep space electronics and ragged acid lines with a rolling electro groove. Arguably best of all though is the mutant funk overload that is Jenson Interceptor's techno/electro fusion workout "Faceless".
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Cat: FW 196. Rel: 18 Jul 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Cost Of Living (2:58)
  2. Don't Cry Now (4:36)
  3. Sugar (4:29)
  4. Zallom (3:10)
Review: After offering up EPs titled "Hard Times" and "Changing Times" in 2017, Kaidi Tatham returns to First Word to complete the trilogy with "Serious Times". Of course, the music contained within the EP's tightly packed grooves is as joyous, rich as intricate as ever. Check, for example, "Don't Cry Now", a samba-soaked, sun-kissed affair that wraps harmonic freestyle vocals, twinkling electric piano lines and darting jazz-funk bass around a seriously shuffling groove. Tatham's much-discussed jazz-funk influences are once again given an airing on "Sugar", while his fine piano work takes pride of place on instrumental hip-hop head-nodder "Zallom". Best of all, though, is opener "Cost of Living", which emphatically weaves together all of these strands and more besides.
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It Lurks (12")
Cat: ENV 021. Rel: 09 Jul 19
Deep Dubstep
  1. It Lurks (3:52)
  2. Zealot (3:02)
Review: Encrypted follow up Mesck's incendiary "ENV020" with two warped and woozy cuts from the enigmatic Manta. "It Lurks" switches the standard MC vocal for a crow screech and spoken word from the devil himself. Gloopy and swampy, this will lock your floor down in slo-mo like gorilla glue. "Zealot" takes us even deeper into the darkness with a wonky off-beat kick palpitations and big graveyard washes lapping over the top. It lurks, it lives, it bangs... The devil's music never sounded so good.
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Planetary Unfolding (reissue) (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: ERC 056. Rel: 01 Jul 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Movement 1 - In The Beginning (8:24)
  2. Movement 2 - "Toto, I've A Feeling We're Not In Kansas Anymore" (6:03)
  3. Movement 3 - Wherever Two Or More Are Gathered (8:24)
  4. Movement 4 - Life In The Gravity Well (7:02)
  5. Movement 5 - As The Earth Kissed The Moon (7:20)
  6. Movement 6 - Something's Moving (7:35)
Review: Michael Stearns is perhaps less namechecked than many of the early ambient pioneers, but his expansive catalogue reaches back to 1977, when his first expansive synthesizer dreamscapes unfurled themselves on his own Continuum Montage label. Emotional Rescue have picked up on seminal 1981 album Planetary Unfolding, giving a much needed vinyl reissue to a classic slice of hyperboreal ambience spread across six long-form movements. Expansive, emotionally charged and constantly exploratory, this is deep space listening at its finest - an essential purchase for any lovers of truly classic, cosmic synthesizer music.
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Cat: ERC 082. Rel: 15 Jul 19
Dub
  1. I Have Been Waiting For You (vocal) (3:46)
  2. I Have Been Waiting For You (version) (3:37)
  3. I Have Been Waiting For You (DJ Duckcomb Digimix) (7:19)
Review: Emotional Rescue serve up a balmy curveball cut perfect for the summer months here. Glen Ricks "I Have Been Waiting For You" was originally released back in 1983 on the highly collectible Seraf label, and it's rightly been a holy grail dig ever since. With a distinctive swinging funk in the groove and some deliciously wobbly dub chords, this is not your average 80s boogie cut. Ricks' vocal channels the most soulful Jamaican deliveries, sealing the deal on this evergreen jam that sounds great in original and version forms. DJ Duckcomb steps up with a tender "Digimix" that retains the dusty crunch of the original with just a little extra bite in the beats.
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Cat: DX 3. Rel: 15 Jul 19
Electro
  1. Algorithms With Emotions (4:07)
  2. Land, Sky & Sea (3:55)
  3. You'll Miss It Later (3:13)
  4. Whats Real Anymore? (4:23)
  5. Y'All Are A Bit Much (4:05)
  6. Butterfly Patterns (4:09)
Review: Gabriel Reyes Whittaker is The Abstract Eye: an L.A.-based producer also known as GB (Gifted & Blessed) and Frankie Reyes. Regarding the dynamic pace of the music industry, he asks the question, what's real anymore? For him, it comes down to the feelings this music evokes. Last year saw the much needed reissue of his underrated 2011 opus Cool Warm Divine on Holland's Rush Hour, and this new record is another emotive release which explores classic electro and techno sounds - borrowing from the best of the genre's recent past but reinterpreting it in his own distinct way. From the old school deep techno bounce of "Land, Sky & Sea" to the chill groove of "What's Real Anymore?" or the mellow electro of "Butterfly Patterns" - thia is as real as it gets.
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VARIOUS
DMC
Cat: DJODME 140. Rel: 10 Jul 19
Funky/Club House
  1. Alphabeat - "Shadows" (F9 club mix)
  2. Avicii - "Tough Love" (Tiesto remix extended)
  3. Ben Rainey & Ryan Nichols - "Poison" (feat Link Lewis - Har Solo extended House mix)
  4. Bob Sinclar - "Electrico Romantico" (feat Robbie Williams - Bob Sinclar & Rayven & Valexx Disco mix)
  5. Ina Wroldsen - "Forgive Or Forget"
  6. Ina Wroldsen - "Forgive Or Forget" (R3hab remix)
  7. KWS - "Please Don’t Go" (B1 remix)
  8. Kylie Minogue - "Step Back In Time" (Mousse Ts E-Funk remix)
  9. Maff Boothroyd & Deep Matter - "Stay Alone" (feat AWR - extended version)
  10. Meduza - "Piece Of Your Heart" (feat Goodboys - Alok remix extended)
  11. Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds - "Black Star Dancing" (The Reflex Revision)
  12. NOTD - "I Miss Myself" (feat HRVY - R3hab remix)
  13. Paul Woolford - "You Already Know" (Gerd Janson extended mix)
  14. Pink - "Can We Pretend" (feat Cash Cash - Sigala remix)
  15. Toby Lawrence - "Love ‘Til The Dawn" (MDB extended Underground mix)
  16. Weiss - "Let Me Love You" (Weiss club mix)
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Monuments (limited heavyweight vinyl 2xLP in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: DPTX 020. Rel: 04 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Direct Access (5:07)
  2. Aerophone (5:17)
  3. Entanglement (5:48)
  4. Beyond The Family (7:20)
  5. Soul Appease (7:26)
  6. Solar (11:41)
  7. Drunk & Sober (4:45)
  8. Virtual Corridors (6:00)
  9. Cryo Tube Slumber (8:04)
Review: When it comes to melodic, layered, emotion-rich techno, Tim Jackiw is a master craftsman. While he's demonstrated his aptitude before - mostly via some lauded singles and EPs - we'd argue that "Monuments" proves it beyond a shadow of doubt. It's a wonderful album; a set of club cuts whose spacey electronics, warm basslines, dreamy chords and futurist synthesizer flourishes combine on tracks capable of making the feet move and the heart sing. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the dub techno influenced beauty of "Solar" and the picturesque emotional rush of the near symphonic "Beyond The Family", to the dense-but-dreamy intensity of "Soul Appease" and the analogue chunkiness of "Aerophone", whose raw, angular bassline is offset by some suitably bouncy piano riffs.
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Cat: DR 001. Rel: 26 Jun 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. James Rudie - "Good Fry Up" (5:40)
  2. Szajna - "Break In My Back" (4:19)
  3. Captain Over - "No-Look Nutmeg" (3:50)
  4. Xtra Brux - "Somebody" (5:43)
  5. Trev - "For You Around Me" (4:57)
  6. Ishfaq - "Hypnosis No 9" (5:06)
Review: Freshly minted label Dance Regular has pushed the boat out for release number one, pulling together no less than six tracks on a multi-artist extravaganza. James Rudie steps up first via the Rhodes-laden, off-kilter deep house dustiness of "Good Fry Up", before Szajna doffs a cap towards 2000 Black on the deep and musically rich broken beat business of "Break In My Back". Captain Over's "No-Look Nutmeg" is a suitably bass-heavy bruk workout laden with 8-bit electronics, while Xtra Brux's "Somebody" brilliant joins the dots between broken beat and two-step garage. Elsewhere, Trev's "For You Around Me" is a sumptuous chunk of summery and soulful dancefloor bliss, while Ishfaq's "Hypnosis No 9" is jazzy, synth-heavy and wayward in the best possible way.
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Cat: DAME 039. Rel: 03 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Pleasure Unit (6:10)
  2. Pleasure Unit (Jerome Hill remix) (6:32)
  3. Pleasure Unit (Bloody Mary remix) (5:07)
  4. Pleasure Unit (Bloody Mary Drum Workout) (5:38)
Review: Story has it that UK techno legend Tim Taylor paid a visit to DJ Slip in Minneapolis, where they collaborated on "Pleasure Unit" back in 1998 - and it quickly became a cult track. The intention was to return to work on some tracks from that session, and they entertained the thought of releasing them as an alternative limited series project named "Fear Of Music" on Taylor's Missile imprint. 21 years later, Dame-Music proudly presents the original track in all its barrelling and austere intensity, remastered by Thomas P. Heckmann. It also features remixes by Super Rhythm Trax's Jerome Hill, plus a truly pounding rework by label boss Bloody Mary that can easily match the brute force of the original, complete with a bonus functional "Drum Workout" mix.
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Birds (reissue) (12" limited to 250 copies Nachpressung)
Cat: C56 030. Rel: 28 Jun 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Birds (7:26)
  2. Birds (Tiago remix) (10:08)
Review: Claremont 56 continue to disregard the genre boundaries - preferring instead to give good music the attention it deserves - as their latest looker of a twelve inch presents us the sounds of Torn Sail. Fronted by Smith & Mudd vocalist Huw Costin, Torn Sail go all 60s West Coast rock on us with the gloriously rich sounds of "Birds". From its acoustic beginnings the track gradually unfurls into a delightful groove embellished by soothing vocal harmonies. It's almost a thankless task enlisting anyone to try and remix what sounds like a perfect song, but Claremont 56 obviously chose right in requesting the services of Tiago. In the Portuguese producer's hands "Birds" is transformed into a heavily psychedelic freakout which gently develops into a kraut rock behemoth filled with swathes of heavy organ vibes. Containing several shifts in momentum - including a glorious half speed finish - this is a truly stunning remix which left our jaws occupying the floor!
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Aura Safari (2xLP)
Cat: CHURCH 017. Rel: 11 Jul 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Music For The Smoking Room (6:30)
  2. Sahara (5:38)
  3. Albaia Interlude (2:44)
  4. The Lost Reel (5:17)
  5. Saturn & Calypso (6:03)
  6. Island Life (5:50)
  7. Midnight Discipline (4:40)
  8. Rhythm Of Life (2:53)
  9. Citizens Of The Universe (5:40)
  10. Jungle Jazz (6:38)
Review: If you enjoyed the loose, warm and organic musical fusions of Italian outfits Nu Guinea and Mystic Jungle, we'd recommend checking out this fine debut album from fellow countrymen Aura Safari. The Perugua-based quartet explore similar influences - think jazz, jazz-funk, dusty deep house, Afro-cosmic, Balearica and boogie, for starters - and rely on a similar blend of vintage synthesizer sounds, live and programmed drums, jazz-friendly brass instruments and elastic bass guitar. The resultant album, then, feels like it comes from a similar sonic place, even if Aura Safari's distinctive musical blend is even more eclectic, emotive and atmospheric than that offered by their aforementioned contemporaries. Either way, it's a superb set.
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Out Of Reach (yellow vinyl 10")
Cat: AKO 10003. Rel: 09 Jul 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Out Of Reach (5:54)
  2. Sunshine Dub (5:17)
Review: AKO welcome long-timer Madcap. Oxford-based and on the scene for a good 20 years, he's been slowly building up a powerful arsenal on the likes of Good Looking, Soul Deep, Fokuz and many more for the last 10+ years. With the backing of Stretch, on his fast-developing 10" label AKO 10, this is one of the biggest moves yet. "Out Of Reach" is big and breezy deep jungle, loaded with space for the pianos to smoulder and the echoed vocals to waft majestically in and out of the mix. Flip for "Sunshine Dub" where you'll feel you've heard it all before... In the best possible way. Don't sleep on this one, it's a cheeky one.
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