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Juno Recommends Brokenbeat / Nu Jazz: April 2024

Juno Recommends Broken Beat Nu Jazz

Juno Recommends Broken Beat Nu Jazz

Juno Recommends Brokenbeat/Nu Jazz: April 2024
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MUKATSUKU presents OMAR
Cat: MUKAT 093. Rel: 29 Apr 24
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
It's So (4:32)
It's So (unreleased instrumental) (4:33)
Review: Mukatsuku has got another little treasure on its hands here with a tune from MBE and UK Soul legend Omar. It dates back to 2004 and has never been on 7" before having become something of a classic after original release on 12". Dons like Gilles Peterson and IG Culture were early supporters of the driving, peak time broken beat sound and the tune was often a highpoint of Omar's live sets. It has never been released as an instrumental either - until now. Both tunes now together on one 45 make for an essential cop for soul fans and, as always, there is strictly no repress on this one so move fast.
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out of stock $11.61
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Cat: SC 728. Rel: 22 Apr 24
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Mystical Funk (4:09)
Spaced Out (3:59)
Review: Gerardo Frisina, the Italian musician and producer renowned for his expertise in Latin jazz, delivers a captivating experience with Mystical Funk on Schema records. Side-1 presents 'Mystical Funk,' a mesmerizing blend of tribal drums, smooth funk grooves, and island vibes that transport listeners to exotic landscapes. On Side-2, 'Spaced Out' takes a more urban direction, featuring an infectious hip-hop/funk beat infused with sophisticated organ sounds and hints of jazz influences. Frisina's masterful production seamlessly merges diverse elements into cohesive compositions that exude elegance and groove.
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! low stock $12.67
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Cat: SSR 45009. Rel: 15 Apr 24
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Taking The Stand (feat Damu The Fudgemunk - Thes One remix) (3:33)
Taking The Stand (4:08)
Review: Alongside the wicked new 7" 'Dues And Don'ts / Fraud Fades', Amsterdam producer Soul Supreme simultaneously drops another 45 - of no less import - this time enlisting the fiduciary flows of American producer and emcee Thes One. 'Taking The Stand' includes both the original vocal number and the instrumental on the flip side, with Thes One musing on life's (in)justices, trials and negotiations as Supreme the wunderkind himself segues through wildcard turntable scratches, knocky drum hits and blue-note piano hits.
 in stock $16.38
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Cat: SSR 45008. Rel: 15 Apr 24
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Dues & Don'ts (4:21)
Fraud Fades (4:53)
Review: Producer Soul Supreme is back with another 7" record, delivering two new phat'uns to that subsection of fans who prefer things on the wonkier side. Following earlier, acclaimed tributes the likes of A Tribe Called Quest, J Dilla and Mos Def, the new 'Dues and Don'ts' b/w 'Fraud Fades' 45 features two, all-original jazz-funk groovers by the Amsterdam-based keyboardist and producer. The former track burns slowly, carefully building up around a harpsichord improv, Herbie Hancock style, coming heavy-set by a thick and booming drum backing that soon enough late-blossoms into a cinematic, stringed soaring-on-high. The latter track pays complementary homage to the funk drum breaks of yore, with the central drum line around which the track is built echoing Serge Gainsbourg or Clyde Stubblefield, albeit making conspicuous its own electronically sequenced, not entirely live-performed, feel.
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 in stock $14.26
5
Cat: ZEN 143. Rel: 01 Apr 24
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Test The Sound
Music Takes Me Up (with Alice Russell)
Donkey Ride (with Quantic)
Hairy Bumpercress
Whiplash
Nice Up The Function (with Roots Manuva)
Bang The Floor (with Danny Breaks)
Get On Down
Hold On (with Andreya Triana)
Give Up To Get
Kalimba
Zen (with T Skuff & Inja)
This Way (with Pete Simpson)
Stockport Carnival
Fix That Speaker
Bunch Of Keys (5:27)
Rocking Chair (4:23)
Nice Up The Function (remix instrumental) (2:55)
Review: Mr.Scruff and Ninja Tune are both entities that need little introduction. Veterans of the urban sounding landscape they both go hand in hand like peanut butter and jelly. Always creative with naming things, Mr Scruff giving a 'Ninja Tuna' title to this 3x12 is a jammed packed compilation of older tracks as well as different versions of desired and classic Mr. Scruff gems. Included among others are the unique 'Music Takes Me Up' featuring Alice Russell, the addictive quirkiness of 'Whiplash', the funked up, sample-heavy 'Rocking Chair', and the classic 'Nice Up The Function' with Roots Manuva. Mr.Scruff gives us a collection here that demonstrates his amazing ability to make catchy instrumentals while also being elite at featuring singers over his eclectic style. 'Ninja Tuna' is sure to be a favorite with anyone into music regardless of your background or experience in music.
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 in stock $42.26
6
Cat: WAHLP 026. Rel: 22 Apr 24
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Bakeren (feat Faye Houston) (4:47)
Bergen Sunrays (feat Selim Mutic) (4:51)
La Psychosomnie (3:21)
O Mar E A Lua (feat Olav Wollo) (3:12)
Den Franske Gitaren (feat Aich) (4:01)
Nada Pode Me Calar (feat Olav Wollo) (4:20)
Rory's Sunrays (3:55)
Don't Fall Asleep (feat Faye Houston) (5:31)
Belle Epoque (3:33)
Den Franske Gitaren (feat Martin Halla) (4:26)
Review: Wah Wah welcome the return of multi-talented Norwegian producer Espen Horne, following a 24 year hiatus. Sometimes, such resurfacings must happen - even after such long periods of time - if only to reaffirm the round-robin integrity of the label. The Anatomy Of Serene Eloquence is thus the logical, LP-form follow-up to 1999's acid jazz single/EP 'Magnetica', which, though released only to furtive acclaim, launched the label's reputation as a pusher of delights. This new one, however, makes for a remarkably different turn in sound, coming as a full-length of ambient, tremolo-ing and glistening jazz-funk verging on hip-hop (though certainly cut from the same cloth as 'Magnetica'). Vocalists and instrumentalists such as Olav Wollo, Faye Houston and Aich are kept firmly in tow, squeezing the icing onto an already spongy, delicious sonic gateau.
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 in stock $22.99
7
Cat: HOR 067. Rel: 08 Apr 24
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Other Side Of Phase (3:59)
Rainyway Back Home (2:36)
Horizon (7:18)
Review: The late legendary Japanese beatmaker Nujabes was a musical genius, this we know to be true. His constant resurgence on social media throughout the years affirms this, with 'Modal Soul', his second full-length album in 2005, blowing up time and time again online. It comes as no surprise, his meticulous devotion to hip-hop-jazz was unlike any before him, or since. 'Other Side of Phase' is a 12" three track record, with its title track being the instrumental for the famous anime 'Samurai Champloo', originally featuring one of Japan's most prolific MCs to ever hold the mic. A standout is 'Rainyway Back Home', a fly song combining the keys from an old Jeru the Damaga cut and the drums from a Power of Zeus track. Nujabes will never - ever - go out of style.
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 in stock $25.62
8
Cat: BLONDE 065V. Rel: 08 Apr 24
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Let's Get It (6:34)
Isis & Osiris (8:10)
Planet Nine (4:51)
Saturday Night (Need You Now) (3:59)
Black Orpheus (Don't Look Back) (6:55)
Dark Side Of The Sun (feat Baloji) (4:35)
Place Of Worship (feat Xenia Franca) (4:11)
For Trayvon (3:47)
38th & Chicago (5:33)
Review: Contemporary vocal jazz favourite Jose James makes a staunch return after a long hiatus, following up 2008's The Dreamer with a brand new album, 1978. Combining James' deep love of jazz and hip-hop with songwriting and production nods to R&B heroes Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson and Leon Ware, 1978 is a suavely smooth operation of handclapping funk and organic bossa nova; it's sonically a meeting of the cosmopolitan collective minds New York to Brazil, bringing Afro-Latin sensibilities to the lyrical and productive form that is gritty hip-hop.
 in stock $20.87
9
Cat: PN 027. Rel: 08 Apr 24
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Opening Theme (4:35)
La Berceuse Des Vieux Amants (Panorama version) (3:32)
Ode To Love (Panorama version) (3:42)
Saint The A La Menthe (Panorama version) (5:14)
Review: Tour-Maubourg has been receiving quite a bit of press since their very first release. Often, their records quickly become sought after for their amazing beauty and genre-washing abilities. 'The Panorama Sessions' aims to continue the strong promotion and deliver another home run. Like the name suggests, these are alternate versions of other treasured Tour-Maubourg tracks that were featured on different releases, with this 12" bringing in the talents of the Ismael Ndir on saxophone. 'The Opening' gives us At Les vibes with the brilliant melodic touch, a smoothed out Balearic track that is nothing short of sublime, while 'Ode to Love' is another goosebump creator. These sunset styled interludes expanding into a feeling of light jazz and pseudo house, really work well on our mood receptors. 'Saint The A La Menthe (Panorama version)' is perhaps the most soulful track here, making it a perfect way to close things out. All and all, four unique, terrific new versions of classic Tour-Maubourg material to enjoy.
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 in stock $16.12
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Cat: AJX2LP 730. Rel: 29 Apr 24
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Portobello Cafe (5:46)
Come On (6:05)
Soho Cab Ride (5:13)
I'll Fly Away (5:24)
Jah Jah Call You (5:36)
Mark's Lude (0:35)
I Don't Know (5:17)
Sister Song (6:20)
A Beautiful Space (7:06)
Steppin' Into Eden (5:27)
Peckings (2:56)
Uschi's Lament (4:21)
Review: The Ballistic Brothers' London Hooligan Soul, originally released in 1995 and now reissued in 2024, is a timeless masterpiece that effortlessly blends trip-hop, acid jazz, and downtempo vibes. From the smooth vocals of 'Portobello Cafe' to the funky horns of 'Soho Cab Ride,' each track delivers a unique sonic experience while maintaining a cohesive soulful atmosphere. 'I'll Fly Away' seamlessly combines breaks and killer basslines, while 'Jah Jah Call You' dives into dub territory with a steady groove. 'I Don't Know' adds a touch of strange easy listening by roughing up familiar samples, while 'Sister Song' infuses rhythmic excitement inspired by Brazilian beats. 'A Beautiful Space' oozes with downtempo funk, while 'Steppin' Into Eden' smoothly transitions into breakbeats. The old-school dub of 'Peckings' exudes joy, while 'Uschi's Lament' closes the album on a mellow, jazzy note. With its eclectic grooves and soulful funk, London Hooligan Soul is a brilliant album that captures the essence of 90s music.
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 in stock $29.58
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