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Thursday 1 October 2020
Tell Me Baby
Cat: ATH 088. Rel: 01 Oct 20
  1. Tell Me Baby (3:54)
  2. I Remember (4:01)
Review: Back in June, a copy of Akira Freeze's hitherto unknown single 'Tell Me Baby' appeared on an online auction site and ended up selling for well over $2,000. It sparked Athens of the North boss Euan Fryer into action, as he tracked down the rights to the record in order to reissue it. Little information exists about the record, but we can confirm that it is utterly beguiling. A-side 'Tell Me Baby' is superb, with slick, soulful lead vocals rising above squelchy synth-bass, spacey chords, luscious electronic melodies, twinkling keyboard solos and unfussy drums. Flipside 'I Remember', an even more intergalactic-sounding affair, is arguably even better, making this a very desirable 45.
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Get Yourself Some
Cat: JAL 333V. Rel: 01 Oct 20
  1. Get Yourself Some (2:55)
  2. I'm On It (feat Dr Syntax & Skunkadelic) (3:11)
Review: Jalepeno continues to offer-up must-have singles from the Allergies most recent - and, in our view, most impressive - album, Say The Word. This double A-side "45" features two of that set's most impactful cuts. On the A-side you'll find 'Get Yourself Some', a bustling vocal funk workout laden with gnarly funk-rock guitars, punchy horn blasts, bluesy harmonica motifs and wild Hammond organ licks. On the reverse, mic men Dr Syntax and Skunkadelic lend a hand on 'I'm On It', where the pair's deep-throated raps ride an Incredible Bongo Band style groove punctuated with jaunty sax lines and heavy organ riffs.
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Gespielt von: The Allergies
 in stock $10.75
The First EP
The First EP (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: DTRV 001. Rel: 01 Oct 20
  1. Body Mechanic - "2 Sisters" (feat Late Night Crave) (4:48)
  2. Lego The Cook - "Soul" (Bodys House remix) (5:03)
  3. Body Mechanic - "Jit The Best" (vocal) (4:17)
  4. Body Mechanic - "Jit Beats" (3:11)
  5. Folson & Tate - "Flight 2 Berlin" (part 1) (4:30)
Review: Repress of the saught after first vinyl release on this label!
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Gespielt von: Andrea passenger
 in stock $19.09
Peace Of Mind EP
Peace Of Mind EP (hand-stamped 12" Nachpressung)
Cat: XDSR 5. Rel: 01 Oct 20
  1. Peace Of Mind (Electrosoul)
  2. Tone
  3. Contact
  4. Signifier
Review: Chuck 'em in a black bag and give 'em a blotchy stamp. That's Delsin's modus operandi when it comes to re-releasing their favourite older material. And following their re-up of Son.Sine's beautiful Upekah 12", Claro Intelecto's first ever release makes its way on to the prominent Dutch label, a solid decade after it was first released on the now defunct Ai Records. For that 'must have' feeling "Tone" is the track you want to hear first; a gnarly acid work out of Drexciya-influenced techno that's been dragged through the mud and sounds all the better for it. Before that though there's a deeper and electro-leaning "Peace Of Mind (Electosoul)", and while "Signifier" mirrors it somewhat, it's deep house that's pure as the driven snow. And if you needed any more proof that Intelecto is the master of a phat-bassline, look no further than "Contact".
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Funny Feeling
Cat: ATH 085. Rel: 01 Oct 20
  1. Funny Feeling (3:28)
  2. Shake Your Body (At The Disco) (2:54)
Review: Athens of the North has barely put a foot wrong of late, but even by their high standards the label's latest 45 is rather special. It sees them flip a thoroughly obscure modern soul seven-inch originally released in 1980 on a "tiny local label" in the U.S called Shore Records. It was, and remains, the sole release by the mysterious E.S Funk. A-side 'Funny Feeling' offers a delicious fusion of floor-friendly grooves - check, in particular, the crunchy, snare-heavy beat - immaculately played and produced instrumentation and a catchy chorus. 'Shake Your Body (At The Disco)' is an altogether funkier, club-focused affair whose most prominent features are a rubbery slap-bass line, dancer-friendly drum-breaks and horn and synth lines that seem to be playfully sparring with each other.
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Drifting Back
Drifting Back (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: ROYAL 07. Rel: 01 Oct 20
Deep House
  1. Drifting Back (6:39)
  2. Houston We Have A Problem (7:26)
  3. Juxtapose (6:41)
Review: ** BIG REPRESS ** After two auspicious releases on the Swedish label Aniara Recordings, production duo Genius Of Time step up to Clone's Royal Oak series, previously graced by the likes of Space Dimension Controller, Reggie Dokes and Gerd. Taking this esteemed company into account, we don't take it lightly when we say this record is as good as anything we've heard in the Royal Oak series, with A Side offering "Drifting Back" a jazzy house delight with softly pumping chords making for a jam that wouldn't seem out of place in the KDJ back cat. It's the two flipside offerings, however, that contain the real heat. "Houston We Have A Problem" combines calming synths, vocal moans and rolling percussion to breathtaking effect, while "Juxtapose" could almost be David Kennedy in house mode such is the tough, raw drum programming, but Genius Of Time add some softly soaring strings, thus imbuing the track with a nice classicist bent. An excellent release that comes with a free download code to keep all you mp3 bandits happy.
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(It's A) Rat Race
Cat: ATH 093V. Rel: 01 Oct 20
  1. (It's A) Rat Race (vocal) (4:19)
  2. (It's A) Rat Race (instrumental) (4:14)
Review: Athens of the North's Euan Fryer is not the only collector and selector who believes that the Leaders' obscenely rare 1971 single '(It's A) Rat Race' should be considered a genuine deep funk classic. In fact, it was deep funk specialist Keb Darge who first brought the record to the attention of DJs and dancers in the UK in the early 2000s. Happily Fryer has tracked down the band and got their permission to reissue their sought-after classic. Formidably funky, the A-side version features fantastic group vocals rising above a bed of hazy horns, bustling drums, warm bass and razor-sharp, Blaxploitation style guitars. The accompanying instrumental take is superb, too, with a variety of woodwind and brass solos - often drenched in reverb - replacing the group's fine vocals.
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Our Love
Our Love (7")
Cat: ATH 086. Rel: 01 Oct 20
  1. Our Love (4:23)
  2. It's Up To You (3:57)
Review: It was back in 1986 when obscure UK electrofunk band Leval released their sole 7" - a sparkling slab of pop-boogie brilliance that has long been a secret weapon for dusty-fingered diggers and Brit-funk collectors. As this Athens of the North reissue proves, the record remains a brilliant Brit-boogie gem. Check first 'Our Love', a confirmed earworm that sees the band wrap duetting male/female vocals around a deliciously bustling blend of rubbery slap-bass, eyes-closed soft rock guitars, warm synthesizer chords and a dewy-eyed, jazz-funk style breakdown. Flipside 'It's Up To You' is a little more eccentric thanks to an unusual time signature and drum track, but boasts the same addictive blend of male and female lead vocals, slap bass and synths.
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Wheels Turning
Cat: TR 729. Rel: 01 Oct 20
  1. Wheels Turning (4:05)
  2. Wheels Turning (instrumental) (4:14)
Review: Over the years Timmion's in-house band, Cold Diamond & Mink, has provided richly funky, soulful and formidably fuzzy musical backing for a dizzying array of American and European vocalists and, on rare occasions, jazz soloists. For their latest venture, the revivalist combo has reunited with "Nordic Americana and neo-folk" twosome Pratt & Moody (Tuomo Prattala and Markus Nordenstreng), for the first time since 2018's Words, Words, Words. As you might expect, 'Wheels Turning' is a heartfelt, slow-motion affair, with the duo's impassioned blue-eyed soul vocals rising above glistening guitars and a relaxed, laidback beat. The beauty of Cold Diamond and Mink's backing track can be savoured in full on the flipside instrumental take.
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Sunfire Edits
Cat: BBSR 006. Rel: 01 Oct 20
  1. Sunny Love (5:15)
  2. Dance Of Fire (5:07)
Review: NYC-based Brit Todd Worsnips has previous form when it comes to offering up must-check re-edits and reworks, though more often than not his selected source material is rooted in R&B and hip-hop rather than disco or boogie. He's flipped the script a little on Sunfire Edits by successfully taking his scalpel to vintage soul and jazz-funk jams. A-side 'Sunny Love' delivers a largely instrumental revision of Yambu classic 'Sunny', with Snips choosing that showcase the track's numerous all-action instrumental sections before gently beefing up the beats and introducing the chorus vocals. 'Dance of Fire' sees him rearranging Al Green gem 'Full of Fire', a fiery, funk-fuelled 1970s soul number given a contemporary spin courtesy of some subtly tooled-up drums and the producer's wise focus on the track's most energetic moments.
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Suburban Knight
Suburban Knight (limited 12")
Cat: DTRV 004. Rel: 01 Oct 20
  1. Inner City (5:53)
  2. Inner City (207737 edit) (5:01)
  3. Species (5:13)
  4. Intel Bombs (feat Ray 7) (4:11)
Review: Suburban Knight with his first solo record in over 10 years! vinyl only!!
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 in stock $23.13
Sunday Do Right Day
Sunday Do Right Day (hand-stamped 7")
Cat: FGSP 15. Rel: 01 Oct 20
  1. Sunday, Do Right Day (3:01)
  2. You Shouldn't Have Set My Soul On Fire (2:57)
Review: Family Groove Records have a real gem on their hands with this one - a limited edition 7" featuring previously unreleased tracks from 1971 that were recorded at Scepter Studios, New York. That original demo reel-to-reel tape has provided the source for this releases by We Three, a Stax and Volt songwriting team made up of Bettye Crutcher, Homer Banks and Raymond Jackson. 'Sunday, Do Right Day' is a deep cut hip swinger with the exact tambourines and harmonies you'd expect of soul music from this era. On the flip, 'You Shouldn't Have Set My Soul On Fire' has rolling piano chords and impassioned lead vocals backed by more sweet harmonies that are pure feel good.
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Somebody Stole My Thunder
  1. The Yorkshire Film & Television Orchestra - "Somebody Stole My Thunder" (feat Martin Connor) (3:10)
  2. Rachel Modest - "I (Who Have Nothing)" (3:06)
Review: These two tracks first appeared on ATA Records's free download series "Hard Work, No Pay" and have been much requested on vinyl ever since. Well now, here they are, after plenty of high profile plays from the likes of BBC 6 Music's Craig Charles Funk & Soul Show And The Huey Morgan Show. The Yorkshire Film and Television Orchestra is a project from ATA label bosses Neil Innes & Pete Williams as well a multi-instrumentalist and arranger Steve Parry. Here they offer up two different but equally brillaint tunes - some high speed 60s funk with more than a hint of Northern Soul swing on the a-side, and the tender, blue eyed soul of Rachel Modest's 'I (Who Have Nothing).'
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Sceneries Not Songs Volume One (reissue)
Cat: ML 9006. Rel: 01 Oct 20
Deep House
  1. Dolphin Dream
  2. Tahiti Dusk
  3. Midnight Movement
  4. Snowcaps
  5. Summertime Breeze
  6. Winter Winds & Chills
  7. Caribbean Coast
  8. One, Three, Five, Seven, Eight
  9. Question Of Time
Review: On its initial release in 1994, "Sceneries Not Songs" became deep house legend Larry Heard's first solo album under his given name. At the time, it caused quite a stir on the electronic underground, in part because it saw the Chicago veteran showcase the depth and variety of his musical personality whilst retaining the emotive dreaminess and jazzy inflections that had always been a big part of his work. As this much-needed vinyl reissue proves, it remains a stunning album. Highlights include the sparkling synthesizers, slo-mo grooves and twinkling pianos of "Tahiti Dusk", the classic Heard deep house warmth of "Midnight Movement", the head-nodding trip-hop-goes-ambient jazz flex of "Summertime Breeze" and the luscious beauty of bonus cut "Question of Time".
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Unconditional Contours
Unconditional Contours (LP + MP3 download code) (1 per customer)
Cat: OUS 023. Rel: 01 Oct 20
  1. Unconditional Contours Memorymoog (4:09)
  2. Chateaux Dans Le Ciel Farfisfa Syntorchestra 2 (3:43)
  3. Swiss Fairytales (2:28)
  4. Little Music With A Big Synth (2:27)
  5. Evolution EVS-1 Promars & Prophet 5 (3:56)
  6. Prophet Vector Synth Dazzling In The Sun (4:09)
  7. These Phenomena Are Not Well Understood (4:14)
  8. SMEM23 Digital Clap Trap Promars Prophet (4:04)
  9. Roxannes Magic Watch (2:43)
  10. FBT Synther 2000 (1:45)
Review: Due to his notably prolific nature and the sheer volume of music he releases, you'd be forgiven for letting some of Legowelt's full length excursions pass you by. We'd recommend paying attention to his latest, Unconditional Contours, though, as it's arguably one of his more interesting, out-there and atmospheric collections of tracks for some time. For starters, it's not rooted in his usual dancefloor-focused style, but rather electronic ambient, 1970s kosmiche and the far-sighted modular experimentalism of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. What you get is a series of ear-catching soundscapes interspersed with occasional beat-driven excursions such as crunchy, melodic electro number 'Chateau Dans Le Ciel Farfista Synthorchestra 2' and the gorgeous 'Prophet Vector Synth Dazzling in the Sun' - all seemingly created using vintage modular, analogue and early digital synths.
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Orchestral Studies Collectanea
Orchestral Studies Collectanea (transparent red vinyl LP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: PITPV 016. Rel: 01 Oct 20
  1. Naiima (3:31)
  2. Genuflect (3:16)
  3. Charlotte (3:37)
  4. Ruins (3:23)
  5. Motion (3:01)
  6. Prepend (1:47)
  7. Farewell (3:11)
  8. Pure Violet (3:33)
  9. Infinite Ocean (3:36)
  10. Solar (3:08)
  11. Strata (3:09)
  12. Vast Ocean (3:07)
  13. Violette (3:06)
  14. Solar Codex (2:02)
Review: 'Orchestral Studies Collectanea' consists of seven previously unreleased orchestral movements (Tracks 1-7) in addition to remastered variations of arrangements that originally appeared on, 'Orchestral Tape Studies' and 'Orchestral Tape Studies [Tyresta Reworks]'. Orchestral Studies Collectanea is a compilation arranged and produced by zake with additional production by close friend Tyresta. OSC is a group of richly layered movements of fragmented orchestral loops, paying homage to minimalist symphonic composers and orchestras. zake and Tyresta incorporate field recordings and faint drone billows to accompany these selected samples of orchestral loops. With an emphasis on tone and recurrent murmurs, these arrangements offer approximately 48 minutes of delicate repetition, reticent sound treatments, and subtle manipulations. OSC is intended for low-volume listening.
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 in stock $24.73
Wednesday 30 September 2020
Tuono (Thunder)
Tuono (Thunder) (limited 12")
Cat: UCT 001. Rel: 30 Sep 20
Deep House
  1. Thunder (Omaggio A Umiliani E Montanna) (8:54)
  2. Thunder (The Utopia Of Sound Project 'Tears Of Petrichore' mix) (8:55)
  3. Thunder (La versione Tribale Ambient) (9:10)
  4. Thunder (Omaggio A Umiliani E Montanna Nuova Stresura) (8:52)
Review: Italian legend Carlo Troja aka Don Carlos launches Alex Bradley's new Utopia Club Tracks sub-label. After having played at one of the label's loft parties in North London, he soon returned to Milan and sent the very tracks which would come to inaugurate the imprint - and here they are. Romantic and deep Italian House sounds abound on "Tuono", with label boss Bradley and legendary UK house producer Neil 'Nail' Tolliday teaming up with guitarist Ollie Marks for a euphoric Utopia Sound Project mix entitled 'Tears of Petrichore', while 'La Versione Tribale Ambient' goes for a truly spiritual vibe which wouldn't sound out of place in a Kerri Chandler DJ set.
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6 Years 14 Minutes
6 Years 14 Minutes (hand-numbered lathe cut 12" in autographed sleeve limited to 34 copies)
Cat: DTPHEP 001. Rel: 30 Sep 20
Deep Dubstep
  1. Leave (3:46)
  2. Merchants (3:18)
  3. Middle Man (feat Sleepy) (3:18)
  4. Offside (3:31)
Review: London-based producer Drumterror and rapper Photes started out in the North of England before moving to the capital to hone their craft. Now, they finally link up for their first collaborative EP in the form of '6 Years, 14 Minutes'. It is a ruthless mix of grime bars and dubstep beats, hip hop influences and plenty of their own unique perspectives. There is hard hitting and confrontational sound on opener 'Leave' that morphs into twisted bass and synth contortions on 'Merchants.' The more pensive 'Middle Man' is little more laidback, with ice-cold ambience and heavily reverberating pads and last of all comes 'Offside', a rugged rhythm with rich bass melodies that have more than a hint of dubwise swagger to them.
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Untrue Lover
Cat: TRS EG2. Rel: 30 Sep 20
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Untrue Lover (3:44)
  2. Untrue Lover (version) (3:45)
Review: Edmond Gladston recorded only two tunes, and they both came back in the eighties. Both are early era dancehall jams that are earthy and organic like lovers rock but with some nice studio effects that give them that subtle sleek and futuristic edge. Both tunes are presumably about his love interests - for the first one in 1984 things were going well, but by the second one a year later in you feel things had maybe soured. Either way this is another crucial dub that pairs a fluttering lead melody and nice crisp hits with some storytelling vocals that tug at the heart strings.
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Untrue Love
Cat: TRS PI1. Rel: 30 Sep 20
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Untrue Love (3:41)
  2. Untrue Love (version) (3:33)
Review: It was in 1984 that Edmond Gladston put out his 'Untrue Love' single. It is one of only two tunes, according to Discogs, but boy that a good one, which since release has been incredibly hard to find. A rare gem of the smooth moving lover's rock scene, it has earthy drums but digi-synths, organic guitar twangs but oodles of echo. It's old yet new, classic yet innovative, and that's why it still cuts through to this day. Flip it over for the ever silkier dub which cannot fail to melt your heart and sink you in deep.
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Love LUV
Love LUV (hand-stamped 10")
Cat: PUSS 20203. Rel: 30 Sep 20
Deep House
  1. Love LUV (6:10)
  2. Love LUV (KK Beat Tool) (5:34)
  3. Love LUV (KK Vox Tool) (1:27)
Review: After some great releases by the likes of Butch and BB, Hot Chip's Joe Goddard arrives on Kornel Kovacs and HNNY's Puss imprint with a, well, 'loved-up' anthem called "Love LUV". This is trippy and sensual mood music if we have ever heard it. Label co-head Kovacs gets onboard for a couple of remixes on the flip: the KK Beat Tool reaches near tribal moments on this moody backroom dub, while for the more adventurous selectors out there the KK Vox Tool is a handy acapella strictly for DJ use only.
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Ground EP
Ground EP (12")
Cat: SENOID 006. Rel: 30 Sep 20
  1. Ground (5:15)
  2. Velocity (5:30)
  3. Depth (5:31)
  4. Velocity (Sverca remix) (5:25)
Review: Senoid boss Kike Pravda is back with a vengeance, for a set of surefire bangers in true Spanish style on the Ground EP. It's no holds barred from the beginning, with the mentalist groove of the title track pummelling you into submission, followed by the strobe-lit adrenaline of "Velocity" and the cerebral energy continues on the seething peak time slammer "Depth" which hammers the message home in proper warehouse techno fashion. On the flip, Pravda taps Madridillian scene veteran Svreca of Semantica fame, for a rework of "Velocity" which strips things back to incorporate more ethereal elements that accentuate the track's hypnotic effects.
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Sanguina 005
Cat: SNG 005. Rel: 30 Sep 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Kirik - "Boat For Us" (8:33)
  2. Macarie - "Angry Patterns" (7:36)
  3. Michel Degen - "I'm Not Romanian But" (7:27)
  4. Bucurie & Dot13 - "One Step Ahead" (7:42)
Review: For its label's fifth edition, Swiss imprint Sanguine serves up an impressive various artist EP, featuring some of the minimal techno scene's rising talents. Sanguina 005 includes Ukranian wunderkind KiRiK who dives deep into the exotic on the mood music of 'Boat For Us', arcane Rominimal delights are surely catered for on the introspective drama of 'Angry Patterns' by Macarie, and coincidentally on the B side, label boss Michel Degen offers up his musical opinion on 'I'm Not Romanian But'. This is wrapped up by another leading light of the Transylvanian scene in the form of Bucirie (with Dot 13) who gets rather hypnotic on the rolling breaks of 'One Step Ahead'.
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Planet Spanner
Planet Spanner (hand-stamped 12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: DST 003. Rel: 30 Sep 20
Deep House
  1. Andy Mac & Jay L - "Planet Spanner" (7:08)
  2. Andy Mac - "Dreams" (7:55)
  3. Jay L - "Could This Be?" (6:36)
Review: Deep Streets third instalment brims with inventive house freshness thanks to a combination of collabs and solo cuts from Andy Mac and Jay L. The a-side kicks off with this pair's first ever co-production, 'Planet Spanner,' which is a lowkey, acid-flecked house rhythm with perfectly scuffed kicks and claps and percussion that is loose and languid. Mac then goes it alone for 'Dreams', which is a cosmic minded house track that swirls with warm solar winds and sci-fi effects. Jay L's 'Could This Be' closes out with the best cut of the lot - a rickety, raw, off grid house cut with crisp as you like hits and the sort of punchy drum funk that dancers cannot resist.
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Night Racer EP
Cat: CABARET 025. Rel: 30 Sep 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Galaxy Rebellion (7:13)
  2. Shinning Waterfall (6:39)
  3. Night Racer (8:23)
Review: Supreme minimal and techno label Cabaret calls upon Matthias for this 25th release, and he help the label mark a quarter of a century with real panache. 'Galaxy Rebellion' is a shiny and space age tech house cut that has rickety drums and fist pumping bass stabs that are sure to wake up and club. 'Shinning Waterfall' sinks into an equally cosmic groove and layers in all manner of star-gazing chords and wandering basslines then 'Night Racer closes out in turbocharged tech fashion with some new age ambiance thrown in for good measure. What a trip.
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Riddims Of Culture 1
Riddims Of Culture 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ERC 089. Rel: 30 Sep 20
  1. Capueira (3:02)
  2. Cricket Island (Tribal mix) (4:27)
  3. In Japan (5:29)
  4. Jay's Rhama (2:15)
  5. In Harmony (4:34)
  6. Infinite Chant (4:25)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Ever the educators, Emotional Rescue are now turning their attention to the 90s "Afro-cosmic" scene - a sound that spread through Europe following the influence of Daniele Baldelli and his pioneering DJing in Italy in the late '70s. Munich's The New Morning were amongst the many crews inspired by what Baldelli was championing, and they created incredible, unusual dance music that easily stands up to modern standards for its inventive fusions of global influences and electronic technology. From the heady house throw down "In Japan" to the cosmic dancehall flex of "Jay's Rhama", there's so much to vibe off here, all of it highly compatible with the adventurous sounds creeping into DJ sets in the current era.
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Riddims Of Culture 3
Riddims Of Culture 3 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ERC 091. Rel: 30 Sep 20
  1. Kongo Bina (Trance vocal) (7:19)
  2. Roots & Culture (4:24)
  3. Flatline (3:36)
  4. Satan (dub) (3:37)
  5. Riddim Of Inari (Tribal mix) (5:52)
  6. Anthems (4:06)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Emotional Rescue take one final trip into the archives of The New Morning - the Munich-based Afro-cosmic project active in the mid-'90s. This third round of tripped-out dancefloor delights draws on a global panoply of sounds once again, starting in a mystical mood with "Kongo Bina" before firing up the party stove with "Roots & Culture" and slapping down a heavyweight chug on the fierce n' slow "Flatline". There's plenty more fireballs on the B-side, not least the looped-up funk of "Satan (Dub)" and the heavy hitting percussion of "Riddim Of Inari (Tribal Mix)". "Anthems" finishes the final volume of this valuable reissue series on a stirring, melancholic note with powerful choral voices and sentimental melodic refrains - the perfect emotional set closer.
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Riddims Of Culture 2
Riddims Of Culture 2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ERC 090. Rel: 30 Sep 20
  1. Riddim Of Inari (extended mix) (4:51)
  2. Mi C'Yaan (3:18)
  3. When Will You Come Down? (4:01)
  4. Picayune (3:13)
  5. Cricket (part II) (3:07)
  6. Ancient Nomads (4:07)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Emotional Rescue continue to explore the fruitful early '90s exploits of The New Morning, a Munich-based crew who took their lead from the Afro-Cosmic scene pioneered in Northern Italy by DJs like Danielle Baldelli and Beppe Loda. On this second installment of spiritually charged, low tempo club killers, you get the chants and percussion of "Riddim Of Inari", tightly looped West African funk of "Mi C'Yaan" and the stunningly evocative "When Will You Come Down?". There's more rolling rhythmic business to be enjoyed on "Picayune" while "Cricket (part II)" amps up the distortion without losing the groove, and then "Ancient Nomads" seals off this volume in style with a slow, hard-slapping beat to get fully entranced too.
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Cat: YOIONWAX 002. Rel: 30 Sep 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Pvc (7:17)
  2. Rooftop (7:08)
  3. 24 Pearls (7:15)
  4. Kd (7:24)
Review: Here is the second edition in the YOIONWAX series of limited edition vinyl only releases. This time they have an EP from Greek producer Daniel Ortiz aka Son House (Blind Vision Records / Looking Back) and obviously a new name brings with it a new chapter in his musical journey. There is a fine collection of moods and grooves on YOIONWAX 002, from the dubby and tripped-out breakbeats of 'Pvc' to the understated yet tough rolling deepness of 'Rooftop' and its respectful nod to the Cabinet Records sound on the A side. On the flip, the Daniel Paul and DJ Honesty vibes continue on the sensual late night mood music of '24 Pearls' and the heads down afterhours swing of 'Kd'.
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Freedom Jazz Dance
Freedom Jazz Dance (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: RS 013. Rel: 30 Sep 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Saints (feat Cazeaux OSLO) (6:36)
  2. Nothing Better (5:32)
  3. You Shall Know The Truth (6:32)
  4. Walken (7:06)
Review: Melbourne-based DJ and producer Prequel returns to the Rhythm Section fold for a second release after getting his debut with the much-loved Polite Strangers 12" back in late 2014. After a few appearances here and there in the interim period, this Freedom Jazz Dance 12" suggests Prequel has really expanded his production parameters with four tracks that add spoken word samples and subtle vocal lines to his stellar instrumental flourishes. Local Melbourne beat poet Cazeaux O.S.L.O. brings his distinct vocal tones and inspirations to lead track "Saints", a fine blunted opener that nods to KDJ classic "Amerika". You can see this one being played for months to come! Following this, Prequel throws down some effervescent jazz house on "Nothing Better" and "Walken" with a deviation into more beatdown territory, "You Shall Know The Truth", wedged inbetween.
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Flagrant Foul Remixes
Cat: NON 041. Rel: 30 Sep 20
  1. Submit (Hoedus remix) (6:02)
  2. Leech (Svreca remix) (7:05)
  3. Flagrant Foul (Ruhig remix) (6:14)
  4. Velvet Lips (Steve Bicknell remix) (7:41)
Review: Madridillian techno hero Manuel Amos aka Psyk presents a series of reworks of Pris' Flagrant Foul' EP on his NON Series imprint, which was originally released a couple of years ago. He has tapped some top names in the techno scene for this one: from Roman producer Hoedus (Anekoic Records) and his mesmemersing and utterly euphoric rework of 'Submit", while Semantica chief Svreca's mentalist perspective of "Leech" is also featured on the A side. On the flip, Natch Records boss Ruhig gets some entrancing polyrhythms into effect on his impressive version of the title track, and closing out the package is the legend Steve Bicknell (Cosmic) delving further into the aether on his moody exploration of "Velvet Lips".
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Trips #3: India
Cat: K7 390EP. Rel: 30 Sep 20
Deep House
  1. Pad Yoga Raga (11:36)
  2. Mumbai Syndrom (5:29)
  3. Delhi Little Prince (7:55)
  4. Little Prince (Bangalore Rave version) (4:50)
Review: Israeli indie-dance heroes Red Axes present the third part of their Trips project, a multimedia venture combining music, film and travelling across the globe in pursuit of extraordinary collaborations. Niv Arzi & Dori Sadovnik seek to discover new grounds and sounds, inviting local musicians, showcasing indigenous instruments and presenting workshops for youth music schools. Previous editions have taken them to Africa in 2018, Vietnam last year and now to explore the exotic sounds of India. Tablas, pan pipes and unique string sounds collide on the mesmerising slow burner that is 'Pad Yoga Raga', trance out to the tunnelling and cerebral 'Mumbai Syndrom' and get deep into the groove on the hazy desert campfire vibe of 'Little Prince' (Bangalore Rave Version).
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SBDRSD 004 (Record Store Day 2020)
SBDRSD 004 (Record Store Day 2020) (hand-stamped 12" limited to 150 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: SBDRSD 004. Rel: 30 Sep 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Roby J - "Floods Of Joy" (Ancut edit) (5:16)
  2. Scott Featherstone - "Late 08" (5:17)
  3. Yonder Kids - "Into Blip" (5:32)
  4. Analogue Cops Aka Protectorate - "Closeaway" (5:53)
Review: In general, relatively few house and techno organisations get involved in the annual Record Store Day jamboree. This therefore makes this highly limited offering from Barcelona-based shop and vinyl distribution outfit Small Black Dots extra-special. It's a multi-artist affair featuring four suitably solid cuts sourced from labels SBD distributes. Roby J kicks things off by peppering a spacey, old school tech-house groove with attractive bleeps on 'Floods of Joy (Ancut Edit)', before Deeper Audio Cuts' Scott Featherstone goes deeper and darker on the deliciously crunchy 'Late 08'. Over on the B-side, Baffling Noise offers up the Yorkshire bleep-in-space flex of Yonder Kids alien-sounding 'Into Blip', while 3NO Records' regulars Analogue Cops AKA Protectorate successfully join the dots between deep house and tech-house ('Closeaway').
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Ukksbrijj (Toerag)
Cat: WPR 049. Rel: 30 Sep 20
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Ukksbrijj (Toerag) (4:36)
  2. Mannulus (3:57)
  3. Inflection Point (3:44)
  4. Mun Hunni (3:46)
Review: As the Toerag label approaches a half century of releases, Rygby steps up with a fantastic four tracker that continues to bring new life and light to the often murky world of dubstep. 'Ukksbrijj (Toerag)' is a dreamy affair tethered to planet earth with, of course, vast kicks and cavernous bass, but deft melodic details also have you look skyward. 'Mannulus' is more purposeful, with frazzled chords and a punchy broken beat striding forwards. 'Inflection Point' keeps on upping the ante, with steel plated hits but more nice harmonies that light up the airwaves before 'Mun Hunni' closes down with an elastic bassline and arpeggios that will get any rave going.
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Choices EP (Juno Exclusive)
Choices EP (Juno Exclusive) (140 gram vinyl 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: THISISNEGENTROPY 01. Rel: 30 Sep 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Choices
  2. Con Amore, Como Diz
  3. Implications
  4. Liquid Fluid
Review: Fresh from fine outings on Port Neuf and Carpets & Snares, Fabian Appolaire dons the Saudade moniker once more for a first outing on Negonthropy's new sister imprint, Thisisnegonthropy.com (try saying that after a few too many light ales). There's much to admire across the EP's four formidable tracks, from the off-kilter Afro-Latin polyrhythms, tight stabs, wonky vocal snippets and deep bass of title track 'Choices', to the undulating tech-house glitch-funk of 'Implications' and the deep, sub-heavy early morning hypnotism of 'Liquid Fluid'. Arguably best of all though is A2 cut 'Con Amore, Como Diz', a fine fusion of densely layered Brazilian drums, fluttering and spacey synthesizer riffs, and jumpy, body-popping tech-house electronics.
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Wish I Didn't Miss You (reissue) (Juno Exclusive)
Wish I Didn't Miss You (reissue) (Juno Exclusive) (red vinyl 7" limited to 150 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: MSV 025LIMITEDRED. Rel: 30 Sep 20
  1. Wish I Didn't Miss You (3:53)
  2. Wish I Didn't Miss You (Hex Hector remix) (4:19)
Review: Angie Stone's 'Wish I Didn't Miss You' is a gold standard R&B and neo-soul gem from the genres' heyday. It's actually an interpolated composition that draws on The O'Jays's 1972 tune 'Back Stabbers' and was, quite famously, the last ever record played by Carl Cox at the last ever party at Ibiza super club Space when it closed at the end of summer 2016. The aching vocal is perfect, the yearning bass and the tumbling, woody drums irresistible, the whole thing a stone cold classic. The flip of this reissue features a raw and steamy house mix from Hex Hector.
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Dance Tonight/If So Remember EP
Cat: SND 013. Rel: 30 Sep 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Dance Tonight (dub) (8:02)
  2. Dance Tonight (6:16)
  3. If So Remember (7:45)
  4. If So Remember (dub) (7:51)
Review: Since 1995, Fumiya Tanaka has been Japan's foremost producer of minimal techno and tech-house. In that time, he's built up a vast discography and continues to offer-up regular doses of crunchy, mind-altering goodness. He's predictably in fine form again on this Sundance double-header. The A-side boasts two versions of 'Dance Tonight': the organ-rich, gently warming tech-house snappiness of the original mix (A2), and an acid-fired 'Dub' that drags the track further towards late-night, heads-down territory. He repeats the trick on side B, pairing the rubbery, minor-key heavy tech-house shuffle of 'If So Remember' with a loose limbed and bass-heavy dub, rich in alien sounding chords, cascading melodies and drifting vocal snippets.
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Made In Saturno
Cat: PH 005. Rel: 30 Sep 20
Deep House
  1. La Ultima Del Ano (6:09)
  2. Made In Saturno (7:33)
  3. Acid Para Luigi (7:13)
  4. Incognito (7:11)
Review: Fresh from impressing via 2019 outings on Club Vision and Art of Dark (the latter on a split 12" that also featured fellow Uruguayan Z@p), Santiago Uribe returns to the loving arms of Montevideo-based imprint Phonotheque. He begins in surprising fashion by layering mid-90s US garage organ sounds, spacey chords and Daft Punk-inspired synth stabs over a freshly programmed breakbeat on 'La Ultimo Del Ano', before employing some of the same kinds of sounds on the rolling, faintly foreboding house retro-futurism of 'Made In Saturno'. 'Acid Para Luigi' is a fiendishly bass-heavy romp rich in TB-303 lines and swinging drums, while 'Incognito' sounds like it should be sound-tracking a hyper-speed flight through a distant asteroid belt.
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Clubroot (II MMX)
Clubroot (II MMX) (2xLP + CD)
Cat: LODUBS 10001. Rel: 30 Sep 20
  1. Orbiting (4:52)
  2. Waterways (4:49)
  3. Dry Cured (5:17)
  4. Whistles & Horns (4:36)
  5. Physically (5:17)
  6. Dust Storm (3:44)
  7. Closure (7:03)
  8. Cherubs Cry (5:16)
  9. Orbiting
  10. Waterways
  11. Dry Cured
  12. Sjambok
  13. Toe To Toe
  14. Whistles & Horns
  15. Running On Empty
  16. Physicality
  17. Dust Storm
  18. Closure
  19. Cherubs Cry
Review: Ten years on and Clubroot's second album still sounds like a universe of its own. Created during that exciting flux between dubstep blowing up and post-dubstep becoming saturated, Clubroot - very much like Burial - sculpted a genuinely unique sound. It's one that touched on all influences in the bass canon while standing entirely on its own. His second album II MM did this especially as he moved us through the intense maze from mournful ambience to deep driving emotive breaks and graveyard UKG and back again. A precursor to the wave movement that happened a few years later, whichever corner of the continuum he's exploring there's a consistent sense of sketches and loose ideas being captured just before they leave his mind. Natural, raw and forever unhurried. This has stood the test of time incredibly well.
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G Sides (Record Store Day 2020)
G Sides (Record Store Day 2020) (LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: 190295 307738. Rel: 30 Sep 20
  1. 19-2000 (Soulchild remix) (3:28)
  2. Dracula (4:40)
  3. Rock The House (radio edit) (3:03)
  4. The Sounder (edit) (4:27)
  5. Faust (3:49)
  6. Clint Eastwood (Phi Life Cypher version) (4:50)
  7. Ghost Train (3:53)
  8. Hip Albatross (2:42)
  9. Left Hand Suzuki Method (3:04)
  10. 12D3 (3:22)
Review: Everyone's favourite cartoon band marked Record Store Day 2020 by serving up a UK release of a collection of tunes the was previously only available in Japan, and later in the US of A. It pulls together a wealth of b-sides from the studio sessions around their first album Gorillaz, and the Tomorrow Comes Today EP. It is limited to just 2000 copies and harks back to a time when the band - lead by Daman Albarn - was at the peak of its powers. The self titled debut album was such a hit it earned the band an entry in the Guinness Book of World Records as the "Most Successful Virtual Band."
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Mayu (gatefold 2xLP Nachpressung)
Cat: CONATALA 001. Rel: 30 Sep 20
  1. Sora (3:59)
  2. Shunmin (2:38)
  3. Musoukyoku (3:47)
  4. Mizutamari (3:56)
  5. Onshitsu (8:05)
  6. Kumoatsume (4:34)
  7. Toy Box (2:46)
  8. Laboratory Under The Bluesky (3:19)
  9. Room = Manhole (3:06)
  10. Automatic Doll (4:03)
  11. Microscorp (2:49)
  12. FLALORM (5:13)
Review: Established in the early 1980s by Toyama-based musician Tsuyoshi Kawabata, Pale Cocoon was Japan's short-lived answer to musical fusionists Woo, Penguin Cafe Orchestra and The Durutti Column. The outfit's sole album, 1984's cassette-only "Mayu", has long been considered a cult classic, hence this first ever vinyl edition. Musically, the album is magic, with Kawabata and his collaborators offering up unearthly, mind-massaging soundscapes and pastoral, slow-burn songs crafted from effects-laden guitar textures, haunting flutes, quietly colourful synthesiser motifs, drowsy vocal passages, field recordings, occasional drum machine rhythms and chiming, off-kilter percussion. Wisely they've stretched the 60-minute album across two slabs of wax, too, meaning that every oddball sonic detail and picturesque musical refrain comes through loud and clear. In a word: superb.
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Asagao (LP + insert)
Cat: CONATALA 002. Rel: 30 Sep 20
  1. Wheat Harvest (3:00)
  2. Soiree (6:14)
  3. West Is West (2:13)
  4. Prima (2:37)
  5. Canary (1:53)
  6. Strawberry (3:11)
  7. Sand Water (4:14)
  8. Forest (1:07)
  9. Acrobatics (2:01)
  10. Hat & Walking Stick (2:03)
  11. Wipe Sweat With A Handkerchief (6:42)
Review: World Standard is an alias of Suzuki Sohichiro, a prolific Japanese artist who started releasing albums in the eighties and continues to this day. His fusions of folk, world, pop, county and experimental ambient have defined his homeland's sound output and latest effort Asagao continues with that trend. Across two sides of vinyl he bewitches and beguiles with his widescreen sonic visions, deft oriental melodies and lullaby like sounds. This is one to put on, drift into and forget your worries.
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Jazz Is Dead 3
Jazz Is Dead 3 (LP in die-cut sleeve) (1 per customer)
Cat: JID 003LP. Rel: 30 Sep 20
  1. Queira Bem (4:01)
  2. Isso E Que Eu Sei (3:41)
  3. Oi (2:47)
  4. Viajando Por Ai (3:56)
  5. Gotta Love Again (3:16)
  6. Nao Saia Da Praca (2:46)
  7. Our Train (3:34)
  8. A Gente Volta (3:12)
Review: Jazz Is Dead is a series that welcomes contemporary musicians to revisit jazz storied of old. This collection challenges Adrian Younge and Ali Shaheed Muhammad to utilise vintage equipment to create new master soundscapes, and they really come correct. Roy Ayers, Gary Bartz, Marcos Valle, Azymuth, Doug Carn, Joao Donato, & Brian Jackson are some of the legends who feature and the album is a free flowing delight that touches on soaring and soulful highs as well as bossa-tinged shufflers and plenty in between.

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Tuesday 29 September 2020
Kill The Devil
Kill The Devil (7" Nachpressung)
Cat: CGI 7006. Rel: 29 Sep 20
  1. Kill The Devil (3:22)
  2. Bury The Devil (3:36)
Review: Original copies of the original 1978 seven-inch of 12 Tribes Of Israel's debut single are not only hard to find, but also exceedingly expensive on the rare occasions they do come up for sale. This reissue then is well overdue. "Kill The Devil" is that rarest of things: an instrumental roots reggae workout that peppers a dancefloor-friendly groove with fluid piano, Hammond organ and jazz guitar solos. The flipside dub version - re-titled "Bury The Devil" - is also superb, with a stripped-back, reverb-drenched version of the track's killer groove rightly taking pride of place throughout.
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Sleeze Funk EP
Cat: SHFIMPR 006. Rel: 29 Sep 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Sleeze Funk (6:50)
  2. Break (6:47)
  3. Jazz Sunrise (6:44)
  4. Buddy's Groove (6:37)
Review: 2020 marks the 30th anniversary of Allen "Aubrey" Saei's first 12" release as Panic. Because of this, it seems a fitting time for the long-serving techno producer to return with his first solo single for two years. He begins by wrapping delay-laden synth stabs and tipsy chords around a heavyweight bassline and crunchy machine drums on 'Sleeze Funk', before further exploring dub-tinged alien techno pastures on the similarly impressive 'Break'. B-side opener 'Jazz Sunrise' expertly combines driving drums and insanely weighty bass with drowsy deep house chords and jazzy synth flourishes, while 'Buddy's Groove' is on off-key trip into strange (but brilliant) loop-house/deep techno fusion.
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Isolation Tapes 1
Cat: GRU 108. Rel: 29 Sep 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Introspection (feat Polarbear) (5:56)
  2. Stellar (6:14)
  3. Obsession (feat Eli & Fur) (7:02)
Review: More tough rolling tech house with The White Isle in mind (quarantine style, of course) on the ever reliable Gruuv imprint. Label head honchos Audiojack take over for this one, fittingly titled Isolation Tapes 1.The music takes a much different turn than expected over the EP's three tracks: from the tunnelling back room dub of 'Introspection' (feat Polarbear) to the slinky and hypnotic trance inflections of the utterly euphoric 'Stellar' on the flip, which is followed by a collaboration with ascendant London-based duo Eli & Fur on 'Obsession' that goes for an early '90s Chicago vibe in the vein of Larry heard et al.
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As Curvas Da Estrada De Santos
Cat: JD 49. Rel: 29 Sep 20
  1. As Curvas Da Estrada De Santos (5:50)
  2. Ze E Parana (4:09)
Review: Far Out Recordings have singled-handedly made 70s fusionists Azymuth one of the most acclaimed bands of the modern era, with high profile headlines sets at cult festivals around Europe and an endless stream of quick to sell out records. Now they shine more light on the virtuosos instrumentalists with this 7" featuring two more home-recorded demo tracks. Jazz, funk, psched out sounds and rich Moog bass make these some for heir more mind expanding cuts. The a-side is actually a take on an iconic pop song from the 60s by Jovem Guarda, and the reverse is a weird space oddity for hardcore cosmic adventurers.
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Gespielt von: Dynamite Cuts
 in stock $12.90
Party People (remixes)
Cat: UNQTZ 200V. Rel: 29 Sep 20
Funky/Club House
  1. Party People (DJ Spen & Micfreak unreleased 12" mix) (6:05)
  2. Party People (Mike Dunn BlackBall mix) (7:03)
  3. Party People (MDFC remix) (4:46)
Review: Unquantize marks a quite remarkable 200th release with this throwback house gem from Crystal Waters, who is, of come, best known for her seminal tune 'Gypsy Woman'. Here she works with the stalwart that is DJ Spen for a hands in the air tune that has her own rich vocals boring up top of a 90s bassline. The drums are warm, the claps well designed, the mood is pure party. Next to the standout original, Chicago heavyweight Mike Dunn delivers a fine BlackBall Remix and techno titan Carl Cox & Eric Powell also step up under their MDFC guise.
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Going For It EP
Cat: LIVITY 042. Rel: 29 Sep 20
  1. Going For It (5:07)
  2. Rough Text (5:06)
  3. Espresso (5:51)
  4. Ess (4:56)
Review: DJ Plead (real name Jared Beeler) has won plenty of praise for his EPs to date, and especially his recent hook-up with Anunaku on AD 93 (the imprint formerly known as Whities). It's likely that critics will purr about this Livity Sound debut, too, because it's really rather good. Over the course of four tracks, the Melbourne man confidently strides between ultra-percussive, polyrhythmic techno brilliance (the Joe Clausell-meets-Kowton flex of 'Going For It'), bustling broken techno weightiness ('Rough Text'), bass-heavy business built around Stomp-style pots-and-pans percussion (the seductively sweaty and energetic 'Espresso'), and synth and guitar-fired, loose-limbed bounciness (the impossible to pigeonhole 'Ess').
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Ska Baby
Ska Baby (7")
Cat: PSS 156. Rel: 29 Sep 20
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Bobby Ellis & The Upsetters - "Ska Baby" (3:05)
  2. Bobby Ellis & The Upsetters - "Ska Version" (3:10)
Review: Bobby Ellis is behind 'Ska Baby', which was produced and directed by the Upsetter and now comes backed with a lush dub and a custom bag. It's actually one of the more subtle instrumentals to come from the famous Black Ark studio founded by Lee "Scratch" Perry and epitomises a warm day, beer in hand, dusty dry earth beneath your feet as you saunter though downtown Jamaica. Well, we assume this is how it must feel, never having been there during the 70s or 80s ourselves. Whatever, it's a perfectly organic and authentic vibe that is perfectly transportative.
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 in stock $9.41
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