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Presonus Studio One 4 Professional Upgrade From Professional & Producer (boxed software)
Notes: Upgrade to Studio One 4 Professional from any prior version of Studio One Professional OR Producer!

There's a very good reason why so many musicians have switched to Studio One from older, more rigid programs. Built on a modern foundation that's not bogged down by legacy code, Studio One provides an efficient, creative companion from initial inspiration to final master. Its efficient, single-screen interface houses an unlimited number of tracks, intuitive editing tools, advanced virtual instruments, mastering, and video player- you spend your time creating music, not wondering what to click next. The 64-bit double-precision mix engine is state of the art, while the smooth, analog quality of the virtual instruments comes from proprietary techniques that provide much higher controller resolution. That's why Studio One just plain sounds better.

The reason why Studio One resonates with musicians is simple: PreSonus listens. Many new features in Version 4 are the direct result of user feedback, including AAF import/export so users can bring song data from their old DAW into Studio One. Add the most flexible arranging tools of any music program, full integration with Notion for superior notation, over 20 GB of carefully curated content, analog console emulation, advanced step sequencing, unified hardware control with the FaderPort series of hands-on controllers, and much moreiit's no wonder that Studio One continues to gain new followers every day.

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System Requirements:
Windows

Windows 7 (SP1 + platform update), Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 x64
Studio One 4 operates on 64-bit operating systems only.
Intelr Core Duo or AMD AthlonX2 processor (Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon X4 or better recommended)
4 GB RAM minimum (8 GB or more recommended)
Internet connection (needed for installation and activation)
Monitor with 1366 x 768 resolution (high-dpi monitor recommended)
A multi-touch enabled monitor is required for touch operation
40 GB hard-drive space
Mac

macOSr 10.11 or higher
Studio One 4 operates on 64-bit operating systems only.
Intelr CoreTM 2 Duo processor (Core i3 or better recommended)
4 GB RAM minimum (8 GB or more recommended)
Internet connection (needed for installation and activation)
Monitor with 1366 x 768 resolution (Retina display recommended)
A multi-touch enabled monitor with TUIO support is required for touch operation
40 GB hard-drive space
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The ReMix Collection 25th Anniversary Limited Edition Box
Cat: 779581 Rel: 04 Aug 20 • View all Schallplattenkisten
 
6x12" record box + art prints
Notes: Limited Edition BOX to house 6 x Vinyl plus 6 individual prints for The ReMix Collection Series.

Please note there is no vinyl included in this boxset, only 6x12" art prints.
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 2 in stock $35.89
Singles
Vaxxer EP
Vaxxer EP (12")
Cat: SPEC 018. Rel: 05 Aug 20
Electro
  1. Vaxxer (5:41)
  2. Oxidant (6:01)
  3. Multivers (6:57)
  4. Shifty (5:49)
Review: Having spent the last 18 months guesting on numerous compilations and multi-artist EPs, rising electro star Arsonist Recorder has finally been given a chance to showcase his wares across an entire vinyl EP. He's grasped the opportunity with both hands, filling his debut outing with club-rocking rhythms, foreboding Drexciyan bass, and similarly mind-altering synthesizer sounds. We're particularly big fans of EP opener "Vaxxer", which feels like a breathless, hyper-speed rush through the farthest reaches of the galaxy, though the deeper, more evocative "Multivers" and fizzing "Shifty" are also top-notch. As debut EPs go, this is pretty darn good.
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Insane 80's Tracks From The Insane Label
Cat: VOD 158INSANE. Rel: 03 Aug 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Bene Gesserit - "Rock Yoko" (3:54)
  2. Bene Gesserit - "Tonight" (4:47)
  3. Pseudo Code - "Could It Be A Hit?" (3:06)
  4. Pseudo Code - "Jesus!" (5:44)
  5. Pseudo Code - "Waiting For Zorro" (3:28)
  6. Human Flesh - "Fourteenth Mirage" (4:14)
  7. I Scream - "Nothing To Do" (5:05)
  8. I Scream - "Take Your Headphones & Dance!" (2:42)
Review: A record entitled 'Insane 80s Tracks From The Insane Label' was never going to be boring. Talk about living up to the name, Insane Music means an experimental cassette label from Belgium, managed by Alain Neffe and founded in 1981. He makes music as I Scream, and to put that into wider context his two tracks on this vinyl excursion are harsh distortions with distant bumbling rhythms, and relentless rolls of acid warble and snares the likes of which techno would kill for. That's far from that, though. Pseudo Code present the most accessible stuff here, and that comes in the form of a twisted child of post punk and garage synth pop, veering from the wonderfully bouncy and danceable 'Waiting For Zorro', to the runaway anxiety of 'Jesus!'. Bene Gesserit goes for what David Lynch might do with disco and garage rock, while Human Flesh present a staggeringly effective cacophony of brass refrains.
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Strobelite Honey (reissue)
Cat: MRB 7169. Rel: 07 Aug 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Strobelite Honey (Maybe We Did mix) (3:50)
  2. Strobelite Honey (3:08)
Review: There's been plenty of great "golden era" hip-hop reissued on wax lately, mostly via tidy and on-point seven-inch singles. Here's another, as Mr Bongo offers up a replica edition of the increasingly scarce "45" of Black Sheep's 1991 scene anthem "Strobelite Honey" - a playful and fun-packed affair that still gets feet moving 29 years after it first hit clubs. On the A-side you'll find the superior "Maybe We Did Remix", in which Dres's entertaining lyrics about courting a woman at a club ride crunchy drums, scratches, squally high pitched horn sounds and a wealth of killer samples. Turn to the flip for the far funkier original version, which lifts warm, squelchy and groovy elements from early '80s disco cuts by Change and Luther Vandross.
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Party Rockers
Party Rockers (hand-numbered purple vinyl 7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: 20207005. Rel: 05 Aug 20
Funk
  1. Party Rockers (feat Ash The Author) (3:06)
  2. Batucada Battlebox (3:27)
Review: On the fifth volume in his 2020 Donuts series of party-starting "45s", Bristolian break-digger and beat-maker Boca 45 joins forces with Ash the Author, a Reading-based mic man who has been tipped for great things by a number of more experienced MCs. He makes his presence felt on "Party Rockers", delivering distinctive lyrics over a rock-solid beat peppered with tight scratches and moody, horn style stabs. Boca 45 ups the tempo on heavyweight flipside "Batacuda Battlebox", a riotous cut-and-paste affair crafted from Latin style drum samples, booming bass and the West Country producer's usual sneaky and inventive instrumental snippets.
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Take You Higher
Take You Higher (hand-numbered green vinyl 7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: 20207004. Rel: 05 Aug 20
Funk
  1. Take You Higher (2:49)
  2. Hummingbird (feat Alison Garner) (3:20)
Review: Bristol beat-maker, break-digger and turntablist Boca 45 has released some pretty special material this year, most of it on the 2020 Donuts imprint he inaugurated back in January. There's naturally much to set the pulse racing on the series fourth instalment, a highly limited green vinyl affair that we think will simply fly out of stores. A-side "Take You Higher" is a bustling instrumental hip-hop number based around slack-tuned breakbeats, heavyweight bass, cut-up guitar riffs and all manner of cheeky spoken word snippets. Vocalist Alison Garner guests on superb flipside "Hummingbird", a hybrid hip-hop/bossa-nova number blessed with mazy Hammond organ solos, bold piano stabs and extra-special percussion.
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Gespielt von: Originals, I Love Hip Hop
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Climb Out Of Your Hiding Place
Climb Out Of Your Hiding Place (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SYSTM 033. Rel: 05 Aug 20
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Climb Out Of Your Hiding Place (4:34)
  2. Your Shed's Too Big (5:06)
Review: Boofy on System; we're surprised this hasn't happened sooner... But the wait has been worth it as we've got two powerful lessons in suspense, tension and low end drama. "Climb Out Of Your Hiding Place" sets the admonishing tone. Paranoid, foreboding and stripped back to the bare elements, it's the perfect pace setter. Flip for another excellently titled track as "Your Shed's Too Big" flips the focus on the rolling steppy percussion and wandering pipe arpeggio that skitters around the cut like a spider on ice. Get shedded.
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Slam Jams Vol 2
Cat: HHANDS 013. Rel: 05 Aug 20
Bass
  1. Breaka - "Loose Subs" (5:41)
  2. Guava - "Outerbody Innerspace" (4:56)
  3. Lrds - "Quanda" (5:49)
  4. Dawn Razor - "Be As One 1" (5:37)
Review: Holding Hands are back with another crucial summer VA EP and it's another hearty selection. Breaka's "Loose Subs" takes the lead on a bubbling 160 flex with a vibe that's not dissimilar to Zinc back in his golden days. Guava drops the tempo for an acidic two-step piece while Lrds' "Quanda" is an ice cold electro joint with more shuffle than a poker house. Last but not least Dawn Razor shuts down the EP on a deliciously stripped back breaky tip that blossoms with a new element on every 32. Slam Jam thank you ma'am.
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No Limit
No Limit (12")
Cat: BEWITH 015TWELVE. Rel: 05 Aug 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. No Limit (extended version) (6:33)
  2. Do It Till The Fluid Gets Hot (extended version) (6:01)
Review: The seventies were a golden time for disco, soul and funk all the many different fusions of those sounds. Few are finer than Breakwater's "No Limits" which is a 1978 boogie classic. This version is a special reissue of the rare 'promo-only' extended version that's backed with the monster funk cut "Do It Till The Fluid Gets Hot." "No Limits" has soaring guitar riffs and the sort of breezy grooves that sweep you off your feet. The vocals soar just as high and make this a real classic. The flip side is more driven and kicking, with upbeat bass hits and kinetic hand claps all topped with a sense of peak time fun.
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Happiness Therapy Split Vol 2
Happiness Therapy Split Vol 2 (limited 12" Nachpressung)
Cat: HT 02. Rel: 04 Aug 20
Deep House
  1. Jesse Bru - "Uncle Frank" (5:56)
  2. Jesse Bru - "Good Life" (7:06)
  3. Harrison BDP - "Eternal Space" (7:20)
  4. Harrison BDP - "Parallax" (8:48)
Review: Hot new French label Happiness Therapy run by ascendant DJ/producer Crowd Control proudly presents a brilliant double header following up a great inauguration by CC himself and Popka. HT02 features Vancouverite Jesse Bru on the A side, with the late night dusty deepness of "Uncle Frank" (which ventures into hypnotic acid territory later on) followed by the emotive and bittersweet vibe of "Good Life" which is absolutely wonderful. On the flip, rising Welshman Harrison BDP brings the goods as always: with the immersive dub techno flavour of "Eternal Space" followed by "Parallax" which similarly explores the cavernous and glacial aesthetics of Basic Channel and Echospace.
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Gespielt von: Corbi, Rob Belleville
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Traffic Jam
Traffic Jam (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: DCH 002. Rel: 04 Aug 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Traffic Jam (7:31)
  2. Bus Stop (7:06)
Review: Matthew "Bushwacka!" B may not be as high profile a producer as he once was, but it's worth remembering that he was once one of the leading lights of both the early UK tech-house movement and the recently revived breakbeat house sound. The two tracks featured here touch on both styles in a roundabout way, and were first released way back in 1997. "Traffic Jam" is an insatiable, funk-fuelled peak-time workout that sees the London scene mainstay pepper a vintage, electro-influenced breakbeat house groove with UK garage style bass, fizzing scratch sounds, warm deep house chords and selected vocal samples. "Bus Stop" meanwhile is jaunty and melodious, with chiming, ear-pleasing riffs riding crunchy house drums and the kind of booming bassline that was all the rage in London at the time of recording.
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PSY X
PSY X (double 12")
Cat: RASSVET 005GOST015. Rel: 07 Aug 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Xsaw (2:25)
  2. The Big R (5:12)
  3. Sirenius (2:44)
  4. Dead Land (2:56)
  5. O2 (4:35)
  6. RCA (2:01)
  7. Tranq (2:26)
  8. The Drome (3:24)
  9. X-tr (5:10)
  10. 2020 Sequence (4:42)
  11. AC Torches (5:02)
  12. Rise Loop (2:28)
Review: Russian has long been a world unto its own when it comes to electronic music. Often the sounds reflect what we think we know about the vast country and that is the case here on a blistering new 2 x 12" from Buttechno. "Xsaw" is a dense blizzard of white noise and buzz saw synths that gets you on edge. "The Big R" is fun of suspense and paranoia and "Sirenius" is mysterious synth melodies with arresting blasts of dystopian noise. There are plenty of other haunting and unsettling soundtracks, art noise sketches and bleak moments of musical cinema that are brilliantly beguiling.
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Just One Kiss Away
Cat: ZP 38. Rel: 06 Aug 20
Soul
  1. Ronn Colbert - "Just One Kiss Away" (3:56)
  2. Ronn & Selah - "Tell Me What I Wanna Hear" (4:42)
Review: Stand by for the much anticipated follow up to the unreleased Ronn Colbert 7" on this label earlier in the year. "Just One Kiss Away" is an ultra rare soul stepper from 1981. It finds Ronn and Selah Colbert go up against one another, and both serve up super sultry, seductive vocals that tease and please. Add in steamy chords and soaring strings and you have one helluva smoocher. "Tell Me What I Wanna Hear" is another romantic to and fro between the pair, with a little more tension and build in the rhythm edition that adds an extra element of spice. Both are sure to become re-found classics.
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The Haunting
Cat: DDD 065. Rel: 05 Aug 20
Deep Dubstep
  1. The Haunting (5:16)
  2. Help (4:39)
  3. Passage Of Arms (5:04)
  4. Skrrrt (5:04)
Review: BC badness on DDD: after a string of sizzlers on Duploc, ColtCuts returns to Truth's Deep, Dark & Dangerous imprint with four more bruisers. "The Haunting" takes the lead with some real sludgy, muddy, moody graveyard funk while "Help" brings on the creeps with a restrained sense of tension. Flip for "Passage Of Arms", a much more stripped back piece with a dagger-like staccato riff before "Skrrrt" completes the set on a spacious, trippy one. Another crucial one from the CC on the DDDD - the extra D stands for deadly.
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Onderwereld EP
Cat: CELTD 003. Rel: 06 Aug 20
Electro
  1. Cosmox - "Electrostress" (4:56)
  2. 543ff - "Easy" (5:32)
  3. Star-kid, Gamma Intel & 543ff - "Three City Firm" (4:29)
  4. Star-kid, Gamma Intel & 543ff - "Three City Firm" (543ff remix) (5:06)
Review: The latest missive on Cultivated Electronics' limited-edition offshoot offers up a quartet of cuts from artists based in the Hague, all of whom had some associated with the now closed cold war bunker turned studio space and online radio station Onderwereld. Cosmox kicks things off via the snappy, bass-heavy electro beats, creepy synth chords and spacey bleeps of "Electrostress", before 543FF wraps mind-altering, acid-style lead lines and paranoia-inducing electronic noises around a sludgy beat on "Easy". Over on the flip you'll find two versions of 543FF, Star Kid and Gamma Intel collaboration "Three City Firm": the dark, foreboding and mind-altering original mix, and a more minimalistic - but arguably heavier - club electro revision from 543FF.
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Hologram Killa
Hologram Killa (clear splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: ELECTRO 001. Rel: 06 Aug 20
Electro
  1. Hologram Killa (4:13)
  2. She Work It All Night (5:14)
  3. Cyberian Nights (Siberian Nights remix In Tribute To Twilight 22) (4:59)
  4. Hologram People (6:40)
  5. Satisfaction (7:03)
Review: Fundamental Records, the electro music label behind the 808 Box, Electric Eclectics and Music for The Other People Place project starts with a new project and new label called Electro Records and has made something of a statement with its first release, not only opting for a striking clear and white splatter patterned slab of wax, but also by securing the services of sometime CPU, Craigie Knowes and Biosoft Record producer Phillip Washington aka Cygnus. Do not forget Fundamental Records is the home of the Dallas producer with a full album in 2016, several EPs and tracks for the 808 Box and Electric Eclectics and the project MACHINE FUNK!... a triple album released only a few months ago. Cygnus rarely disappoints, and we can safely say he's delivered the goods here too. For proof, check the robotic, vocoder-laden deep space shuffle of "Hologram Killer", the lilting melodies and emotive, starry synths of "She Work All Night" and the canny combination of bubbly acid house and deep electro tropes that is "Hologram People". Elsewhere, "Cyberian Nights" doffs a cap to original '80s electro crew Twilight 22 and closing cut "Satisfaction" flits between crunchy dancefloor aggression and drifting-through-space deepness
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Gabriel (reissue)
Gabriel (reissue) (limited white vinyl 12" Nachpressung)
Cat: LARV 019WHITE. Rel: 08 Aug 20
Deep House
  1. Gabriel (The Scroll mix) (6:59)
  2. Gabriel (Tamborine dub) (7:13)
  3. Gabriel (live Garage) (7:25)
  4. Gabriel (Words To Give By) (7:22)
Review: Is there a more positive, soulful and life-affirming dancefloor anthem out there than Roy Davis Jr and Peven Everett's 1996 jam "Gabriel"? As many will be aware, it has long been sought of as a classic, with soulful house, deep house, US and UK garage DJs all championing it back in the day. This white vinyl reissue boasts all of the mixes featured on the original 12". Perhaps the most famous version is the rolling, bass-heavy two-step flex of the "Live Garage" mix that opens side B, but there's plenty to set the pulse racing elsewhere. The driving, jazzy-but-stomping "Words To Give By" version has been annoyingly overlooked over the years, while the "Tambourine Dub" is deliciously sweaty and driving in the best possible way.
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Soul Muzak
Soul Muzak (brown vinyl 12")
Cat: MM 007. Rel: 04 Aug 20
Deep House
  1. Soul Muzak (6:21)
  2. Soul Muzak (DJ Sneak Banger dub remix) (7:28)
Review: Demuir has plenty of accolades and achievements under his belt, from regular collaborations with DJ Sneak and Cassy to releases on Music For Freaks, Hot Creations, Robsoul and more. Now the Toronto-based artist is on Darius Syrossian's Moxy Muzik with a seriously rubbery slice of peak-time house music to get bodies jacking in the loosest possible way. "Soul Muzak" hinges around a wonky, modulating synth line that will do untold damage in any up-for-it party setting. Demuir's old sparring partner DJ Sneak steps up on the B-side to deliver the "Banger Dub Remix" of the track, honing things down to a tracky bounce in his instantly identifiable house gangster style.
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Theme From Phase IV
Theme From Phase IV (limited pink vinyl 7" + sticker + MP3 download code)
Cat: BWR 701. Rel: 06 Aug 20
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Theme From Phase IV (4:53)
  2. Hellcat (4:42)
Review: The wonderfully named Django the Bastard is behind the production on this retro-future package from Dorothy's Fortress on Burning Witches. It's a real melting pot of sounds from electro to Italo, synth to lo-fi. It's sleazy yet dazzling, dark but uplifting and was first put out more than 10 years ago and hammered by The Chemical Brothers. The flip is a fat bit of analogue grooving with trippy arps and frazzled bass. This group has had underground cult status for a while but are now back making new beats, and we're certainly pleased about that.
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A Sense Of Something Else
Cat: LYR 005. Rel: 04 Aug 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. A Sense Of Something Else (6:47)
  2. Possible Location (6:25)
  3. Take Me To The Ball (6:59)
  4. A Matter Of Days (6:41)
Review: After a hot minute of hibernation we're finally back with our seventh release! This time it's our great pleasure to welcome Tom Ellis into the Lyssna fold with this scintillating EP. Full of eerie soundscapes, hollow grooves and jazzy melodies that is sure to transport you to a place that fills you with a sense of something else.
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Gespielt von: Agnostic Rhythm, Tom Drew
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Voices
Voices (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: CRIT 149. Rel: 07 Aug 20
Drum And Bass
  1. Enei - "Voices" (4:58)
  2. Enei - "Recoil" (4:32)
  3. Enei & Particle - "Fame" (feat Jakes) (4:39)
  4. Enei - "Rollin Machine" (4:34)
Review: We can happily confirm that Enei is in startingly good form on his first solo release for nigh on 12 months, delivering a quartet of cuts rich in bombastic bass, punchy D&B drums and his usual aggressive, forthright electronic sounds. He hits the ground running with opener "Voices", a peak-time ready affair where quick-shot Amen fills and echoing vocal snippets occasionally punctuate a typically rolling affair, before reaching for one of the biggest and darkest basslines known to humankind on the enormous "Recoil". Veteran Bristol mic man Jakes lends his distinctive rap flow to hot-stepping Particle collaboration "Fame", while skittish closing cut "Rollin Machine" very much lives up to its title.
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Reserved For The Moustache Man EP
Cat: LMML 16. Rel: 04 Aug 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Brucey Bonus (6:24)
  2. Lololay Theme (6:24)
  3. Dumblefloor (7:00)
  4. 199? (5:59)
Review: Low Money Music Love is already a firm favourite with deep digging heads. The Berlin based label has roots in Frankfurt and Amsterdam but now looks to fresh UK collective Felon5. This is the unknown outfit's debut EP but it suggests they have spent plenty of time on the dance floor and digging back into the OG tech house heyday of the mid-nineties. All four of the cuts here hit hard, with lithe synth lines and scintillating metallic percussion all detailed with plenty of cinematic sci-fi motifs. Party pumping but deep, it's hard to pick a standout here but the slippery funk of "Dumblefloor" sure is irresistible.
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Inflorescence Pt 2
Inflorescence Pt 2 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: WRX 11. Rel: 05 Aug 20
Drum And Bass
  1. ZBlossom (5:20)
  2. Away With The Fairies (8:04)
  3. On Me (5:48)
  4. Wiara (8:44)
Review: The big FS on Warehouse Rave to dark up the dance with the second part of his "Inflorescence" release. As always, it's a heavyweight affair... "ZBlossom" sets the agenda with a proper old school 93 type of feel. Big humming subs and twisted pitches on the breaks. It's backed by three more bumpy trips; "Away With The Fairies" is all about those early Krome & Time vibes, "On Me" is fast lane jazz that nods at the early 2000s Sao Paulo sound and shades of Soul:r while "Wiara" shuts us down on a straight up butt-wriggling jungle breakbeat vibe. Your mother warned you it's a Fiesta Soundsystem banger.
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Formula EP
Formula EP (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: FIT 025. Rel: 07 Aug 20
Techno
  1. Exist On (7:01)
  2. Formula (5:23)
  3. Wayne County Stomp (4:19)
Review: After five years of on-off collaborations and side projects, Aaron 'FIT' Siegel has finally got round to making a new solo record. It's rather good, with startling A-side "Exist On" delivering a brilliant blend of breakbeat-driven turn of the '90s grooves, chunky bass, ultra-dreamy chords and the kind of bleeping top-end melodies more readily associated with the early releases of Warp Records. Title track "Formula" moves even further towards bleep techno territory via deep space chords, thumping techno beats, Kraftwerkian lead lines and the kind of distorted analogue bass found on LIES releases, while "Wayne County Stomp" sounds like a mutated, mind-altering cover of Steve Poindexter's "Computer Madness".
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Soul Control (Palms Trax Remix)
Soul Control (Palms Trax Remix) (limited 1-sided white label 12")
Cat: LWKWHT 1. Rel: 03 Aug 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Soul Control (Palms Trax remix) (5:51)
Review: Back in 2014 Galcher Lustwerk and Palms Trax were both emergent artists making their first tentative steps into the scene. While they may be thoroughly distinct in their sounds, they found some crossover in an exchange of remixes, with Lustwerk's take on "Forever" appearing on Lobster Theremin. Palms Trax returned the favour with a version of Lustwerk's "Soul Control" which never saw the light of day until now. While it's certainly redolent of the earlier phase of Palms Trax's career, the effervescent musicality at the heart of the release is still completely in step with Palmsy as we know and love him today, replete with Lustwerk's inimitable laconic vocal delivery over the top.
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Brand New Girl (reissue) (Juno exclusive)
Brand New Girl (reissue) (Juno exclusive) (yellow vinyl 7" limited to 250 copies) (1 per customer)
BGP
Cat: BGPS 032YELLOW. Rel: 03 Aug 20
Funk
  1. Brand New Girl (3:39)
  2. I Got Some (part 1) (2:51)
Review: Back in 1992, Billy Garner's "Brand New Girl" was unearthed in the vast vaults of New Day owner Dave Hamilton. He soon got it out there and it just as quickly became an instant deep funk classic. It was only a limited release, though, so it has since gone on to become much sought after and rather pricey little number. Now given a new lease of life, it sounds as vital and moving as it did back then, so is sure to remain a grail record for soul lovers everywhere. "I Got Some" (part 1) is less hard hitting, but strikes an equally impactful emotional note.
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Ten Of Diamonds: The Remixes Vol 1
Cat: ARI 01101. Rel: 05 Aug 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Give Myself To You (Don-E remix) (5:04)
  2. Give Myself To You (album version) (5:06)
  3. Track 3 (5:09)
  4. Give Myself To You (DJ Spinna Galactic Soul remix vocal) (8:01)
  5. Give Myself To You (DJ Spinna Galactic Soul remix instrumental) (8:00)
Review: GLOW is a team of composers, producer and songwriters who work on solo projects as well as part of various groups, and they have a lush indie soul sound. Their "Ten of Diamonds" featuring the legendary voice of UK soul, Omar, is now revisited and remixed by a crack team of artists. Don-E goes first with a laidback, sun kissed version to make you well up with romantic feels. After an album version and a cosmic tinged, slow motion funk and soul jam known as "Track 3", the ever on point DJ Spinna serves up two fresh versions with jazzy chords and deep soul vibes that take you late into the night.
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Correciones Calypso Vol 3
Correciones Calypso Vol 3 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CC 003. Rel: 03 Aug 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Thomass Jackson - "Maquina De Bongo" (6:51)
  2. Thomass Jackson - "Lavora!" (6:07)
  3. Plot Pilot - "Babylon" (6:22)
  4. Plot Pilot - "Move To The Nida Beach" (5:48)
Review: The third drop in the Correcciones Calypso series finds the Mexican label turning to regular fixture Thomass Jackson for the A side, where he brings some heavyweight crossover pelters for the ever-broadening tastes of the dancefloor. "Maquina De Bongo" is a fierce percussive throwdown with a chuggy cosmic disco sound that drives crowds into a frenzy, while "Lavora!" follows on a similar tip albeit with a slightly punchier EBM undercurrent. On the flip, Plot Pilot has an equally adventurous sound that draws on freaky synth flourishes and Eastern motifs for a pan-continental trip on a seductively dark tip. "Move To The Nida Beach" slows things down to an insanely catchy, chant-along synth pop pulse.



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Psy Lance EP (reissue)
Psy Lance EP (reissue) (limited 12" Nachpressung)
Cat: TAPEHISS 002. Rel: 05 Aug 20
Deep House
  1. Psy Lance (8:25)
  2. Bazz (6:20)
  3. Preacha Bonus (5:05)
Review: It's been a while since Zolta Pal last used the Jaffa Surfa alias. In fact, his last outing under the pseudonym dropped three years ago on Houseworx (the US garage-flavoured Pimpin' EP). This three-tracker happily finds him in fine form, delivering a more tech-tinged trio of aquatic deep house cuts. There's naturally plenty to enjoy, from the subterranean shuffle and liquid melodies of "Bazz" and heavy percussive bump of "Psy Lance" - all thickset, multi-tracked drums, calming pads and fizzing electronics - to the beatless bliss of "Preacha Bonus", which - unsurprisingly given the title - features a deep south preacher chatting over heady ambient chords.
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Baby I Cried Cried Cried
Cat: ALSX 3751. Rel: 05 Aug 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Baby I Cried Cried Cried (4:09)
  2. Never Had A Love So Good (3:46)
Review: Dial into some super smooth soul vibes on this fine reissue of some classic 1980 action from Floridian artist Charles Jonson. It's a formidable offering that gets you on a glow slow mood on opener "Baby I Cried Cried Cried". The languid vocals are stretched over gently tumbling drums, chord stabs pick you up before then dropping you back down into a romantic late night vibe. "Never Had A Love So Good" is more upbeat but just as silky and seductive, with deft hi hats and student drums taking you home.
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Gespielt von: I Love Disco!
 in stock $11.42
Remember Me
Remember Me (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: TR 739. Rel: 06 Aug 20
Soul
  1. Carlton Jumel Smith - "Remember Me" (feat Cold Diamond & Mink) (4:09)
  2. Cold Diamond & Mink - "Remember Me" (4:18)
Review: "Remember Me" was one of the most effervescent and up-tempo moments on Carlton Jumel Smith's 2019 album "1634 Lexington Avenue", so it's terrific to see Timmion giving the song a seven-inch single release. Backed by in-house Timmion band Cold Diamond & Mink, New York's modern "Mr Soul" delivers a scintillating lead vocal above a rousing 1960s soul instrumental laden with killer bass, sustained horns and bustling breakbeats. It comes accompanied by Cold Diamond and Mink's instrumental version, which as usual with Timmion is exclusive to this "45" release. If fresh, sixties-sounding soul is your thing, you need this in your life.
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Gespielt von: Originals
 in stock $7.08
Help Me (Save Me From Myself)
Help Me (Save Me From Myself) (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: TR 745. Rel: 06 Aug 20
Soul
  1. Carlton Jumel Smith - "Help Me (Save Me From Myself)" (feat Cold Diamond & Mink) (3:31)
  2. Cold Diamond & Mink - "Help Me (Save Me From Myself)" (instrumental) (3:34)
Review: Since first joining forces with Timmion's in-house band Cold Diamond & Mink two years ago, New York singer Carlton Jumel Smith has delivered a string of sublime singles and a must-check album, 2019's "1634 Lexington Avenue". It's from that set that his latest single is taken. "Help Me (Save Me From Myself)" is another emotive, 1960s soul style gem in which Smith passionately cries for help from a mystery woman over a typically on-point Cold Diamond & Mink backing track rich in hazy horns, wah-wah guitars and a laidback mid-tempo groove. The quality of the group's playing and production is laid bare in all its glory on the flipside instrumental version, which is naturally exclusive to this "45" release. Like the rest of Smith's singles, this is a must-have.
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IMRV 030
IMRV 030 (double 12")
Cat: IMRV 030. Rel: 03 Aug 20
Deep Dubstep
  1. Flo (3:32)
  2. Trippin (5:31)
  3. Float (3:22)
  4. Swamp Dub (4:40)
  5. Tarot (3:48)
  6. Morning Glow Dub (4:03)
Review: It's been a while since the last solo missive from Finland's premier dubstep producer - three years in fact - so this expansive double-pack on Innamind Recordings is undoubtedly well overdue. He begins via the skittish beats, deep sub-bass and expansive, deep space electronics of "Flo", before bouncing between the pummelling analogue bass and trippy layered vocal samples of "Trippin" and the deeper, echo and reverb-laden deep dubstep shuffle of "Float". Over on record two, "Swamp Dub" is a quietly positive chunk of liquid dubstep warmth; "Tarrot" is a slow, steady and insanely weighty chunk of future dub; and "Morning Glory Dub" is one of the finest chunks of ambient dub we've heard in 2020. Impressive stuff!
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Another Lifetime
Another Lifetime (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NOL 119. Rel: 03 Aug 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Another Lifetime (extended) (4:14)
  2. Another Lifetime (LUXXURY remix) (5:17)
  3. Another Lifetime (instrumental) (4:14)
  4. Another Lifetime (Impakt remix) (4:15)
Review: There's a good chance you've already heard the hook-laden crossover groove of LUXXURY & Scavenger Hunt's "Another Lifetime", which was recently featured on Future Disco's Poolside Sounds compilation. Now the track gets a full vinyl release for all pop-friendly spinners to get the maximum mileage out of this immaculate slice of sunkissed funk. The original version appears in extended form, brimming with slick '80s tinged disco notes and a sweeter-than-honey vocal line. LUXXURY then offer up a remix which takes on some Italo arpeggios while keeping the essence of the tune very much intact. On the flip you can dive into the instrumental version if you just want to home in on the groove itself before Impakt offer up a shimmering downtempo version for blissed out moments beyond the dance.
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What A Man (reissue) (Juno Exclusive)
What A Man (reissue) (Juno Exclusive) (white vinyl 7" limited to 250 copies) (1 per customer)
BGP
Cat: BGPS 011WHITE. Rel: 03 Aug 20
Funk
  1. Linda Lyndell - "What A Man" (2:41)
  2. Billy Hawks - "(O Baby) I Do Believe I'm Losing You" (3:03)
Review: This Juno Exclusive finds Linda Lyndell serve up her own majestic cover of the classic "What A Man." Her vocal is smooth and buttery but also laden with gravitas, while the sweeping horns and jazzy keys all around her help to lift the spirits. On the flip is an ice cold slice of funk from Billy Hawks in the form of his "(O Baby) I Do Believe I'm Losing You". It's raw soul that glides at high speed with plenty of hip swinging claps. This is a much sought after reissue that will shift quick, so make sure you do too.
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Cool Down EP
Cat: WRX 10. Rel: 05 Aug 20
UK Garage
  1. Bluku (4:47)
  2. Eski (4:57)
  3. Cool Down (93 mix) (6:09)
  4. All Of The People (4:12)
Review: He may be based in Copenhagen, but rising star Adam "Main Phase" Emil makes UK garage so authentic that it could have been made by two dudes in Elephant and Castle. Further proof arrives via "Bluku" and "Eski", the two A-side tracks from his latest must-check EP. Both are sub-heavy two-step workouts whose warped bass sounds and eight-bit melodies owe plenty to another London-pioneered style, grime. Over on the flip, he takes us back to the rave era via the slack-tuned breakbeats, sparkling piano stabs, echoing female vocal snippets and elongated dark garage bass of "Cool Down (93 Mix)", before peppering a bustling, pitched-down jungle break with more ear-pleasing, 16-bit synth sounds on "All of the People".
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Stank Soul Edits Vol 6
Cat: BBP 174. Rel: 06 Aug 20
Funk
  1. Stealin' Alright (4:45)
  2. Stolen Nolan (2:59)
Review: Five years on from the release of the first seven-inch, Mako and Mr Bristow's Soul Edits" series reaches volume six. On the A-side's "Stealin Alright" they get to work on a riotous slab of funk-rock heaviness from the golden age of the sound - albeit one whose sweaty drum breaks, weighty bass and gravelly guitars also come accompanied by steel pan melodies. It's an odd combination but one that works really well. Over on side B, "Stealin' Nolan" is a tidy edit of another rhythm and blues style dancefloor workout, this time rich in stomping drums, memorable guitar riffs and stomping, Northern Soul style drums.
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1993 vs 1995 EP
1993 vs 1995 EP (12" + insert)
Cat: SMR 003. Rel: 05 Aug 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Prejection (5:07)
  2. Isolation (4:31)
  3. Living Without You (6:33)
  4. Be One (5:48)
Review: Here's something rather special from Parisian imprint Steppin' Motion: an EP of previously unheard tracks produced by Italian scene stalwart Enrico Mantini during the early stages of lengthy career. They don't say which is which, but we know that some of the cuts were recorded in 1993, while the others were laid to tape in 1995. Mantini first offers up "Prejection", an undeniably bass-heavy affair that peppers a Bleep-influenced, sub-heavy groove with echoing, New Jersey style organ stabs, before exploring a funkier vibe on the similarly low-slung and swinging "Isolation". Over on side B, "Living Without You" boasts chiming lead lines and a more lolloping, acid-flecked groove, while closing cut "Be One" is a lusciously warming, sax-laden shuffle through hybrid tech-house/deep house pastures. It's a fittingly fine finale.
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Rock To The Rock
JAD
Cat: BB 001. Rel: 03 Aug 20
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Rock To The Rock (Bruno Blum Soul mix) (2:37)
  2. Rock To The Rock (A Cappella mix) (2:35)
Review: The evergreen Bob Marley and his legendary backing band The Wailers find themselves on a tidy new 7" that features a Bruno Blum Soul mix of their "Rock to the Rock." It's a beautifully slow and sensuous version, with noodling guitar riffs buried deep and only occasionally revealing themselves amounts the languid bass and wooden hits. Lazy but loved up, it's a fine new version. The acapella on the reverse is a fine tool that features the iconic sound of Bob as well as the lush and soulful backing vocals.
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Knightsdale
Knightsdale (blue marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: MEDITATOR 022. Rel: 05 Aug 20
Drum And Bass
  1. Knightsdale (7:12)
  2. Smokers Mix (5:14)
Review: Who Dem Sound smash it again as J Robinson dons his Meditator alias to link with the mighty Ink. The result needs to be heard to be understood. A nod to the Goodlooking and early Creative Source influence, everything about "Kinghtsdale" twinkles and shimmers in that silky, rolling way that's half way between jazz school and Jupiter. Need a little more celestial oomph? Flip for the Smokers remix. Trust us, this is every bit as beautiful as the marbled vinyl suggests.
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Electronic Travellers
Electronic Travellers (red vinyl 12")
Cat: FUND 022. Rel: 04 Aug 20
Electro
  1. Ecosphere (6:30)
  2. Magical Forest (5:30)
  3. Flying Cosmonauts (5:50)
  4. Electronic Matter (5:48)
  5. 10,500 Miles (5:29)
  6. Safe Travels (6:19)
Review: Two and a half years have passed since the tragic passing of Maltese electro producer Rhys Celeste AKA Microlith. He's missed badly by those who knew him, particularly fellow Maltese artist - and regular studio buddy - Keith Farrugia AKA Sound Synthesis. Here Fundamental Records offers up a collection of previously unheard tracks recorded by Farrugia and Celeste during the latter's lifetime, and as you'd expect it's very, very good. All six tracks are top notch, but our picks are melancholic, acid-flecked deep electro opener "Ecosphere", the ultra-melodic, Boards of Canada-influenced "Flying Cosmonauts", enveloping ambient-electro number "10,500 Miles" and richly emotive closing cut "Safe Travels".
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Original Ghanaian Highlife & Afrobeat Classics Vol 2
Original Ghanaian Highlife & Afrobeat Classics Vol 2 (limited hand-numbered 7" in gold ink hand-stamped inner sleeve + Juno exclusive branded card sleeve) (1 per customer)
Cat: MUKAT 073. Rel: 03 Aug 20
Funk
  1. Ebo Taylor & Uhuru Yenzu - "What Is Life?" (4:40)
  2. Pat Thomas - "Gyae Su" (Mpaebo LP version) (5:02)
Review: The tireless team at Mukatsuku are back with another of their carefully curated volumes of Original Ghanaian Highlife & Afrobeat Classics. This is another monster offering that this time focusses on two legends of the scene. ''What Is Life'' from Ebo Taylor & Uhuru Yenzu's 1980 album ''Conflict Nkru!" has next level brass and flute playing and afro rhythms driving you onwards. It has earworms a plenty and stays long in the memory. The fipside is a first ever appearance for ''Gyae Su'' from Pat Thomas - who was also on Volume 1. His version is jangly, full of licks and feel good afro grooves.
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Morning Confusion EP
Morning Confusion EP (hand-stamped 12" limited to 150 copies)
Cat: TELOMERE 004. Rel: 07 Aug 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Morning Confusion (6:12)
  2. The Snuffles (6:07)
  3. 3rd Line (5:57)
  4. Where's My Sofa (6:05)
Review: Keeping a close eye on your dancefloors, Neighbourhood Watch Patrol is the civic-minded mystery artist at the heart of the Telomere Plastic operation. "Morning Confusion" is their second EP in as many months and once again sees the shadowy outfit join the dots between chunky tech-house, acid and electro. Bold, thickset basslines and crunchy beats are the order of the day on side A, where hip-wiggling, all-action opener "Morning Confusion" is quickly followed by the low-slung tech-house box jam that is "The Snuffles". Over on the flip it's all about electro/tech-house fusion, first via the gently pulsing, deep space shuffle of "Third Line", and then the crystalline electronic riffs and funky acid bass of EP highlight "Where's My Sofa".
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Dance Your Blues Away
Dance Your Blues Away (7" Nachpressung) (1 per customer)
Cat: CORD 7010. Rel: 04 Aug 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Dance Your Blues Away (4:15)
  2. Dance Your Blues Away (The Mighty Zaf edit) (4:32)
Review: Originally released in 1979 as a B-side to The Neville Brother's "Sweet Honey Dipper", "Dance Your Blues Away" saw Ivan go solo for the first time on this sultry modern soul jam. Laced with a plucky bass and just the right smattering of sleaze, it set the foundations for Ivan's extensive solo career. It also provides the perfect groove tools for The Mighty Zaf to work his editor craft and beef up the vibe with subtlety. Keep on dancing!
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This Damn Feeling
Cat: WPR 048. Rel: 04 Aug 20
Deep Dubstep
  1. This Damn Feeling (5:25)
  2. Day & Age (4:45)
  3. Ghost (4:55)
  4. Renegade (4:21)
Review: Classical violinist / low-end-murker Opus returns to his White Peach family with this four track treat after a few exemplary outings on the likes of Chestplate and Simply Deep. "This Damn Feeling" takes the lead and sets the mood with drama. Its big boom bass and tight spine sitar twangs are followed by a full menu of ideas and explorations. "Day & Age" wriggles with that high end harmonic we all fell in love with in 2008 before twinkling arpeggios bring on the goosebumps like you'd never believe. Flip for more goodies... "Ghost" takes us to the Upside Down with its toxic waste bass and icy vocal shots before "Renegade" concludes the EP on a dank, sludgy one. This damn EP!
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Let The Dollar Circulate
Cat: BEWITH 017TWELVE. Rel: 05 Aug 20
Soul
  1. Let The Dollar Circulate (4:59)
  2. East (6:24)
Review: Philly soul star Billy Paul made some great records during his mid 1970s heyday, though few are quite as sublime as "Let The Dollar Circulate", a passionate plea for economic equality that adds sumptuous orchestration and serious dancefloor chops to the then popular conscious soul template. Paul's lead vocal is superb, while Gamble and Huff's production is as good as you'd expect. Remarkably, this is the first time the track has featured on a 12" single, so props to Be With Records for spotting a gap in the market. You certainly need it in your life - honestly, it's incredible - while flipside "East", an incredible chunk of spiritual soul recorded in 1971, is every bit as awesome. Recommended.
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On & On
On & On (12")
Cat: ISLE 008. Rel: 06 Aug 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. On & On (3:58)
  2. We'll Do It (dub version) (3:57)
  3. On & On (Waxist edit) (6:38)
Review: Isle of Jura boss Kev Griffiths has spent a lot of time digging into the Caribbean disco-reggae scene over the last few years, so it should come as no surprise that he's uncovered a slew of gems from obscure Jamaican duo The Pearls to reissue. Norman Watson and Stanley Shaw originally made their name in the late 1970s with a string of dancefloor-focused disco-rap and disco-reggae records, but it's 1980's "On & On" - here issued for the first time on 12"- that could well be their finest hour. It's a sparse, squelchy mixture of rubbery synth-bass, light disco instrumentation and party-starting rap vocals. It comes accompanied by the original "all-star" dub mix, and a brilliant new extended edit from Waxist that makes the most of elements from both versions.
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Faerie Stomp
Cat: PE 012. Rel: 05 Aug 20
Techno
  1. Faerie Stomp (6:47)
  2. Faerie Stomp (Enchanted mix) (5:52)
  3. Faerie Stomp (Ludwig AF Haunted mix) (7:56)
  4. Faerie Stomp (Adam Pits Undergrowth mix) (5:28)
Review: While D Tiffany's Planet Euphorique label has always embraced the more psychedelic end of the electronic music spectrum, this debut EP from Psychedelic Budz - a collaboration between the label founder and fellow trippy techno traveller Ciel - is the most expressively hallucinatory record it has released to date. In its original form, "Faerie Stomp" is a wonderfully squelchy, acid-fired trip into '90s tech-trance territory that sounds like the kind of thing that Ewoks would listen to in order to free their minds at five in the morning. The pair's more percussive and spaced-out "Enchanted Mix" is, if anything, even better. Elsewhere, Ludwig AF's remix doffs a multi-coloured jester's hat to the Psychic Warriors Ov Gaia, while Adam Pitts turns the track into a psychedelic techno stomper.
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Feelin Love
Feelin Love (white vinyl 12")
Cat: PM 002WHITERP. Rel: 07 Aug 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Feelin Love (6:32)
  2. Wake Up Everybody (9:41)
Review: We'd argue that "Feelin' Love" is one of the most impressive productions in Psychemagik's growing catalogue. First released in the spring of 2019, it returns to stores in 2020 via a fresh white vinyl pressing. The track is impressively drowsy, warm and woozy, with fragile, eyes-closed female R&B vocals rising above a blend of snappy drums, thickset bass, swirling synth sounds and chiming melodies, all seasoned with the kind of trippy effects that hit home hard when you're feeling love (sorry) at four in the morning. Flipside "Wake Up Everybody" is arguably even better, with the production pair peppering a head-nodding, hip-hop influenced groove with impeccably dubbed-out piano sounds and opaque musical flourishes.
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 in stock $11.42
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