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Just EP (12")
Cat: AUS 1580. Rel: 10 Jun 15
  1. Just (6:13)
  2. Celeste (6:01)
  3. Back 2 U (Tranz dub) (7:45)
Review: Belfast pair Bicep are smart operators. Having previously doffed a cap to both Italian house and classic New Jersey garage, recent releases have seen them play around with a variety of rhythmic patterns and more advanced musical elements. They're at it again here on their latest outing for Aus. Opener "Just" is pleasingly cheery, with simple but addictive electronic melodies and sweeping chords nestling above a head-nodding, hip-hop influenced groove. "Celeste" is undeniably Balearic, with sun-kissed pianos, dreamy pads and drifting vocal samples stretching out over delay-laden, African-influenced percussion. Finally, they return to their rush-inducing best on "Back 2 U (Tranz Dub)", a loving fusion of vintage progressive house builds, winding melodies and mid '90s beats.
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Weapons Of Ass Destruction Vol 1 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DMT 07. Rel: 22 Jan 18
  1. Blunt Instruments - "Kum On"
  2. Ron Obvious - "Mindful Vision"
  3. Per Hammar - "BX Chamber"
Review: Dungeon Meat's self-titled label is not known for its subtlety, and so it goes on this rip-roaring various artists 12" featuring three rough and ready jams for the peak time house crowd. Blunt Instruments get things going straight away with the mean New Jersey swing of "Kum On", as tough and bumping a house cut as you're ever likely to find. Ron Obvious steps up with "Mindful Vision", bringing an utterly addictive stripped down garage-y shuffle to the table, while Per Hammar finishes the EP off with the breaks-embellished "BX Chamber", a freaked-out dub-soaked affair for the heads down crowd.
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  1. Gill Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson - "Angola Louisiana" (DJ K re edit) (9:39)
  2. Bob Marley - "Concrete Jungle" (DJ K re edit) (6:05)
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Superman (1-sided 12")
Cat: BC 01. Rel: 24 Feb 10
  1. Superman
Gespielt von: Reggie Dokes
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Cat: TENDOLLAR. Rel: 04 Nov 10
  1. I Need A Dollar (Tensnake remix)
Review: This week's lesson in simple musical mathematics is demonstrated by Tensnake and Aloe Blacc. The former's inexorable rise in 2010 has perhaps been matched by the worldwide popularity of the latter's "I Need A Dollar", so getting Mr Niemerski on board to remix the track was a smart move. The end results are typically appealing, with Blacc's vocals looped brilliantly around a burning deep house arrangement that peaks in all the right places. The central energetic pulse of cavernous bass stabs and slick hi-hats are inundated by massive swathes of soaring chords as the track progresses, with the requisite breakdowns augmented by choral vocal refrains. Totally euphoric in its intentions and execution, this is bound to have devastating effects when implemented at the right time.
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1979 (12")
Cat: PAMPA 025. Rel: 15 Jul 15
  1. 1979 (10:47)
  2. Nokturn (grand finale) (9:15)
Review: Deep house prankster DJ Koze is clearly on a bit of a roll at the moment; the Pampa boss served up the best DJ Kicks in quite some time and has released one of the singles of the year in XTC. Now he's welcoming peculiar deep house auteur Axel Boman back into the Pampa fold with a fine two track 12" 1979. The title track's simple conga beat, hypnotising strings and rising pads build the suspense until that awesome bassline drops. On the flip we have "Nokturn (Grand Finale)" an epic bongo and hi-hat workout reminiscent of The Hayden Andre Brown Project's "Tribal Life" on Strobe from back in 1991. Tip!
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Needs 003 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NNFP 003. Rel: 16 Apr 18
  1. Lord Of The Isles - "Cryptolove" (3:20)
  2. Mehmet Aslan - "Escape" (5:00)
  3. Petwo Evans - "Trust The Mountain" (4:39)
  4. Bartellow - "1001" (Skrillex Theme) (8:13)
  5. N-Gynn - "Jumanji" (5:59)
Review: Bobby Pleasure's Needs label continues to gather steam behind a message of togetherness, raising money for worth causes and trying to help those less fortunate in society. On this third instalment Lord Of The Isles leads the way with a typically romantic swoon of analogue bass and gorgeous 80s synth strings, while Mehmet Aslan lays down an earthly prowler powered by organic instrumentation. "Trust The Mountain" introduces Petwo Evans with a daring strain of broken electronica heavy on the crackling signal processing. Bartellow's "1001 (Skrillex Theme)" is a craft machine disco workout, and then N-Gynn takes things tropical with the exotic tones and bold drum machine hits of "Jumanji".



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Various Artists Vol 1 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VOV 07. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Bubbadog - "Goin' Round" (5:46)
  2. Minus The Majors - "Strole On Through" (6:44)
  3. Alex Zuiev - "Down By The River" (7:42)
  4. Ugly Frankie - "Your Ears Look Great" (6:46)
Review: Vinyl Only reach their seventh release with a fresh grip of lesser known producers bringing high grade grooves to the table. Bubbadog opens the 12" up in a woozy fashion with the warbling piano chords of "Goin' Round", capturing a time-slip mood that carries through to the dusty jazz soaked beat down of Minus The Majors' "Strole On Through". On the B-side, Alex Zuiev gets into an exotic, chiming, 80s-inflected mood on "Down By The River", creating a slow-burning dancefloor heater out of classic ingredients. Ugly Frankie finishes the EP off with the stripped down funk of "Your Ears Look Great".
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Peoples Choice (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PPR 14. Rel: 29 Jan 18
  1. Sean McCabe - "Get Together" (6:52)
  2. Soul2black - "Your Love" (feat Kimberley Kennedy) (7:53)
  3. Johnny Rampin’ - "Love Who Rocks You" (6:46)
  4. Brian ‘Keys’ Tharme - "Best Of Your Love" (feat Memzee) (6:57)
Review: Albuquerque's finest deep house bastion is at it once again, presenting a pure and proud brand of NJ-flavoured deep house for those who still want it soulful. Sean McCabe doesn't need telling twice, kicking off the People's Choice 12" with the uplifting funk of "Get Together". Soul2Black offers up an exquisite broken beat confection laden with deft piano work and stirring vocals from Kimberley Kennedy. Johnny Rampin' is aiming straight for the peak of the night with the peppy vibes of "Love Who Rocks You", and brian 'Keys' Thame turns the garage swing up to 11 with the utterly sassy "Best Of Your Love".
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Cat: ERS 008. Rel: 14 Oct 13
  1. Highway
  2. Circle Dance
  3. Tortuga
  4. Route 242
  5. Meditation
  6. Tiptoe In The Sand
Review: With releases on a who's who list of labels that are pushing experimental, underground house and techno including L.I.E.S, Creme Organisation, Echovolt and Strange Life, William Burnett has been steadily putting out releases that have gained a lot of respect without having to shout too loud about it. So much so that as well as running his own stella WT Records label, William is now often cited as a producer's producer. Deep and full of dub aesthetics that encompasses a world of it's own, his music is not just driven by a need to keep the floor moving, but are also about taking your headspace somewhere else. Progressing things a stage further is the Black Deer project. Recently launched, but in gestation for some time, it's introspective slant, plus loose referencing to his upbringing in Texas, allows William more freedom for experimentation. The Last Tortuga is taken from the same sessions that yielded the Willie Burns The Overlord EP on Trilogy Tapes as well as Black Deer's Trail Of Tears EP on Rush Hour, this 6 track EP has been due on the label for sometime, but it's been worth the wait as his sound has developed and expanded to take in ambient, drone and krautrock and highlights his musicianship in a new light.
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KMS
Cat: KMS 120. Rel: 07 Jun 13
  1. Vision Of Love (Carl Craig c2 edit)
  2. Vision Of Love (Carl Craig c2 bonus edit)
Review: The speed at which Bicep have risen through the ranks is staggering. Two years ago they were bedroom bloggers; now, they're among the most hyped producers around. Here, they pop up on Kevin Saunderson's KMS label with "Vision of Love", the typically tough and wide-eyed chunk of US house revivalism that originally surfaced on their eponymous label last year. It's devilishly simple, with a few key ingredients - big piano riffage, subtle strings and booming beats - being whisked together to produce a peak time delight whilst the cheeky usage Inner City vocal samples is what has lead to it being reissued through KMS. Carl Craig edits, delivering a version that expertly teases out the piano and vocal, via a few well-placed drops and effects. It's this version that hits home hardest, but we wouldn't expect anything less.
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Needs 001 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NNFP 001. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Hubie Davison - "I Know" (7:04)
  2. Johannes Albert - "Vigilia" (4:35)
  3. DJ Swagger - "21st Century Slow Jam" (5:40)
  4. Bobby Pleasure - "Cloudspotting" (7:34)
Review: Needs (not-for-profit) is a new label that aims to raise awareness about different issues within society with each release. Their first offering highlights the importance of mental wellbeing, with all profits being donated to mental health charity Mind, and calls upon a strong cast of deep house producers to impart the kind of Smallville-friendly sounds that discerning heads should snap up in a heartbeat. Hubie Davison's "I Know" is a melancholic affair with heart-nagging strings, while Johannes Albert injects a little spice into proceedings with a choice breakbeat and some excellent bird song on "Vigilia". DJ Swagger's "21st Century Slow Jam" is a peppy little shuffler with warm acidic bass and a kick ass swing in the beat, and then Bobby Pleasure finishes the record off with the wistful but tech-edged "Cloudspotting".
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Gespielt von: Johannes Albert, M50, Bobby., Tilman
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Broad St Pressure (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: PKWY 08. Rel: 30 Jul 18
  1. Broad Street Pressure (Deep Pressure Powermix) (6:40)
  2. Broad Street Pressure (demo mix) (6:44)
  3. Broad Street Pressure (Tribal Pressure) (7:30)
  4. Broad Street Pressure (Pressure Keys Powermix) (5:00)
Review: The sad passing of proto-house pioneer Boyd Jarvis earlier this year has added extra potency to this release from Mark Seven's Parkway Rhythm project. Jarvis' contributions to "Broad Street Pressure", which include some trademark keys and heavy synth basslines, ended up being some of the last things he recorded before his death. These come to the fore on the opening "Deep Pressure Powermix", a leisurely proto-house roller that's like a spacey and melancholic take on early '80s classic "Ma Foom Bey", but can also be heard in all their glory on the sublime EP closing "Pressure Keys Powermix". Elsewhere, Mark Seven pushes up the voodoo levels on the superb "Tribal Pleasure" version - which also includes a life-affirming piano solo - while the "Demo Mix" is breezy and cheery.
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Virage (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: IIB 043. Rel: 09 Nov 15
  1. Virage (8:08)
  2. Virage (Ruf Dug extension) (8:46)
  3. Guam (3:44)
  4. Guam (Deep 88 remix) (6:15)
Review: IIB next release comes from French duo Baptiste & Pierre. 2 tracks of warm tropical goodness. Virage is a deep mellow afro tinged tropical workout. Muted guitar hook and nature sounds conjuring up far flung deserted beaches. Ruf dug beefs it up a touch and moves it indoors giving it a more afterhours feel. The second track has the same evocative feel as Virage with added atmospheric pads and a bouncy melody. Like a closing track on an 80's road movie. Full of emotion. Italian maestro Deep 88 creates a truly authentic slice of early ninetoes deep dreamy house. Perfectly wrapping the original in warm analogue drums. Another quality release from IIB.
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Cat: D3E 014LTD. Rel: 26 Feb 18
  1. Ventos Do Outono (Pat Van Dyke remix)
  2. Ventos Do Outono
  3. Ventos Do Outono (Kirk Degiorgio remix)
Review: Bruno E has plenty of history in the field of future jazz and downtempo, and now he's been snapped up by D3 to deliver some of that cold-chilling lounge business with some interesting remixers on board. Pat Van Dyke is up first, creating a blissful version of "Ventos De Outono" that feels as cosy as a warm fire and a glass of whisky on an autumn evening. The original version of the track is actually a peppier affair with a broken beat lilt that wouldn't sound out of place alongside the Dego and Kaidi Tatham crew. Kirk Degiorgio is a natural fit for another remix given his jazzy roots, and his swirling techno treatment is the perfection lotion to pour over Bruno E's excellent original ingredients.
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Blind Box 006 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BBOX 006. Rel: 07 Aug 17
  1. Blind Box - "Would"
  2. Blind Box - "Hedone"
  3. Julian Alexander - "Baku Man"
  4. Julian Alexander - "Casserole"
Review: Blind Box heads Julien Sandre and Konstress know a thing or two about deep, undulating house grooves, and their continued exploration of immersive cuts for hidden corners of the dance yields further delights on this sixth instalment in the Blind Box series. The first side of this 12" finds the two label bosses twisting out immaculate jams shot through with playful sound design. "Would" locks into a subtle swing and revels in lopsided synth stabs, while "Hedone" plunges into a stunning intricate techno landscape peppered with glitchy tones. On the flip, Julian Alexander follows suit with the crisp, funky "Baku Man" and the more experimental tones of "Casserole".
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The Reason (12")
Cat: SOL 9. Rel: 02 Oct 17
  1. The Reason (7:05)
  2. Ancestors Fun (7:03)
Review: There's deep, and then there's the work of Bastian "Baaz" Volker. The German producer's work is rarely less than ultra-deep, and this return to Slices of Life - a label he last blessed four years ago - is predictably hazy and hypnotic. Title track "The Reason" is typical of his style, with becalmed, head-in-the-clouds chords and chopped-up vocal samples reclining over a crispy tech-house groove. Flipside "Ancestors Groove" is a little livelier, both rhythmically and structurally, with chiming blasts of melody and suitably soulful vocal samples riding a backing track rich in bustling bass, bumping beats and drowsy pads.
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Situation EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PFTV 014. Rel: 08 Oct 18
  1. You Know Why
  2. Out Of Reach (2018 rework)
  3. Untitled One
  4. Muzik Electronica
Review: Hailing from the Rhythm Plate multiverse, Pressed For Time is one of the many outposts carrying the work of Matlock's finest house music protagonists. Reaching beyond the regular roster of Goshawk, YSE and the full-blown 'Plate, this latest transmission calls on deep cover UK house crew BRS, also known as British Rhythm Services, who step up with some crucial workouts for sophisticated dancefloors. The quartet of Ben Vecara, Rob Evans, Steve Wilson & Dom Thompson have a sizable legacy behind them, not least from the early 00s when they were regularly rolling out releases for the likes of 20:20 Vision, Cyclo and Friends & Families. After a quiet patch their return is marked out by a broad spectrum of deep house delights locked onto the kind of shuffled grooves that Rhythm Plate heads should be more than happy with, and plenty of loose, live-sounding keys to boot.
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Vintage Vinyl (hand-stamped heavyweight yellow marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: SCHATVV 05. Rel: 26 Feb 16
  1. Keep On Loving (5:54)
  2. Champagne Dancer (5:12)
  3. You Don't Act The Same (4:22)
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  1. Karizma - "Church Chords" (7:12)
  2. Nubian Mindz - "Check Da Discotheque" (6:26)
  3. Byron The Aquarius - "Nights In Jakarta" (3:55)
  4. Intr0beatz - "That DUB" (feat Lay-Far - Tape mix) (5:45)
  5. Kid Sublime - "Wings Of Love" (feat Han Litz) (6:21)
Review: Set up as a continuation of their podcast back in 2008, this Russian label joins the dots between jazz various genres. Footwork House Jam no.1 is a homage to the global house culture and the eponymous Moscow-based club night in particular. The idea behind this compilation 'is to provide the fuel for house dance culture and house movement to expand further on' the label claims. Starting off on the A side with Baltimore legend Karizma and his jagged groove therapy session titled "Church Chords" there's more quality with Brit Nubian Mindz with the glitched out disco house of "Check Da Discotheque" which will contort you even more with its nifty beat repeat effects. On the flip is Intr0beatz with the sexy late night deep house of "That DUB" where he goes for that timeless formula of emotive chords, swing fuelled rhythms and sampled diva vocals to full effect.. but wait for that bassline to drop, like seriously! Finally, Dopeness Galore darling Jacob Otten aka Kid Sublime drops the soulful and life affirming broken beat nu-jazz experiment "Wings Of Love".
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Circles EP (12")
Cat: AUS 1462. Rel: 28 May 14
  1. Circles
  2. NRG106
Review: By now, we should all know what to expect from Belfast boys Bicep, namely formidable dancefloor fare variously influenced by bumpin' US garage and vintage Italian house. This two-tracker for Aus is, though, a little different. For starters, lead cut "Circles" bites classic Detroit techno, adding woozy, picturesque electronic melodies to a typically in-your-face techno groove (check the relentless scymbals for proof of the track's Motor City credentials). "Track 2" is a deeper proposition, but no less fluid. Like its predecessor, it's more musically rich and enveloping than many of their tough, stripped-back productions. It's an intriguing new direction, and proves once and for all they're no "one trick" ponies.
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  1. B-Ultras
  2. Neu Beat
  3. B-Ultras (Jamie Paton remix)
Review: Collaborations are often the fortune of timing. With Andy having moved on since closing the Dissident label to launching his Cave Paintings project to Tim's departure from Battant and striking out as Andrew Weatherall's engineer and soon to be co-member of The Asphodells, an alliance was born between the two to undertake a series of live jam sessions at each's respective studios. A love of new wave, new beat, UK Bleep and Detroit techno all feature in B-Ultras and the aptly titled, Neu Beat. Both cuts are heavily soaked in the pitch black, smoke machine funk and strob-laden fug of Andy's (and co-hort Joe Hart) infamous World Unknown dancefloor. Running at around 10 minutes the tracks are essentially an examination of acid house's ideals. Clattering hats, throbbing basslines, stabbing keys and doses of 303. Keeping it pretty simple but all about a pure groove on and on. Backing these up is a remix of B-Ultras from Jamie Paton that accentuates the groove and drags the acid deeper down to some B-boy Dub throwdown - with more to follow from all protagonists in 2014.
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Aura (1-sided screen-printed 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ZEN 12463. Rel: 11 Aug 17
  1. Aura (12" mix) (7:25)
Review: Since announcing their debut album on UK institution Ninja Tune earlier this year, Irish duo Bicep present the first single from the album in the form of title track "Aura". Said to have been created via a series of accidents while experimenting with a new studio setup, the track finally came together through trial and error and here is the wonderful result. A dark and sexy serving of dancefloor drama featuring 'hands in the air' style vintage synth melodies, life affirming strings and immaculate drum programming. It is sure to be one of 'those' tracks you're going to be hearing a lot of in the latter part of 2017 and beyond.
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Satisfaction EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GH 31. Rel: 23 Mar 15
  1. Satisfaction
  2. Soul Music
  3. Truth
Review: Only one listen to the crystal clear rapture in the sound of Bodhi shows the funk influenced take on dance music this young duo have to offer. Olly Howells and Luke Welsby started producing together 2 years ago but ever since they kept on capturing the right attention. Therefore it is no surprise that Exploited picked them up to release three uplifting, warm and modern dance tracks.
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  1. Owen Jay & Brian James - "Niko's Groove"
  2. Owen Jay & Brian James - "Imagery"
  3. Untitled - "Seafood"
  4. Blue Vulva & The Electronic Crooner - "Vulbitch Bazaar"
Review: Minuendo keep things interesting on this latest various artists 12", primarily focusing on Owen Jay and Brian James on the A side for two tracks of adventurous experimentation on the wild frontier of minimal house music. The wobbly synth running through "Niko's Groove" is a real head turner, while "Imagery" nudges the grand tradition of dub house into a new pocket of ambience that draws you in immediately. There's a lovely, classic deep house joint from Untitled called "Seafood", and then Blue Vulva & The Electronic Crooner completely flip the script on the B2 with rowdy acid burner "Vulbitch Bazaar".
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Cat: TT 008. Rel: 15 Mar 17
  1. Horizontal Falls (8:11)
  2. Telepop Radioshock (7:08)
  3. Circadian Rhythm (6:34)
  4. Cocoa Powder (7:43)
Review: On this groovy and entertaining 12", Stassy welcomes sometime Elephant Moon producer Lee Burton to Taverna Tracks for the first time. Burton's brand of deep house - musically rich and melodious, but with suitably bumping beats - is a perfect fit with the Berlin-based label's previous output. There's much to admire throughout, from the ultra-deep and spacey shuffle of "Circadian Rhythm", to the UK garage influenced deep space bounce of "Cocoa Powder". Best of all, though, is opener "Horizontal Falls", where sun-blushed synth motifs and dreamy, head-in-the-clouds chords are accompanied by an undulating bassline and skipping, US garage inspired drums.
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Cat: PDON 008. Rel: 16 Aug 18
  1. The Boombox Affair (8:55)
  2. Beats & Bubbles (8:50)
  3. The Boombox Acidapella (5:02)
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Retrospective EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SCN 007. Rel: 18 May 15
  1. Retrospective (5:58)
  2. Retrospective (Chicago Skyway mix 1) (4:43)
  3. Retrospective (Chicago Skyway mix 2) (4:42)
  4. A Moment In Time (5:27)
  5. A Moment In Time (Circular Rhythms mix) (6:59)
Review: Liverpool's Scenery Records has been making a real splash over the last 18 months, delivering the kind of top notch, analogue-heavy deep house gear that invites comparisons with the best labels from Vancouver, Washington D.C and New York. There's plenty more to cheer on this label debut from Liverpudlian producer Binny, not least the immersive melodiousness, dancing synthesizers and rhythmic hustle of "Retrospective". Chicago Skyway delivers two impeccable rubs of that track, with the second - a new-age techno stomper built around beautiful synthesizer arpeggios and drum machine cowbells - standing out. Flip for the glassy-eyed intelligent techno-meets-deep house thrills of "A Moment In Time", which is also given a pulsating acid techno makeover from Scenery veteran Circular Rhythms.
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  1. Cascades (Francois K mix) (9:46)
  2. Theme From Nowhere (6:17)
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  1. Birdsmakingmachine - "F For Falsas"
  2. Deadbeat - "I don't need nothing if I got You"
  3. Louis Mc Guire - "Buffeting Tuft"
Review: From the label: When trends in music can come and go in the blink of an eye, ten years is a long time to stay relevant, passionate and real on the frontline. From its roots in the Parisian club scene by way of its spiritual home at Fuse in Brussels and so on to the globe-trotting, multi-faceted entity that it is today, Lessizmore is living proof of how to do a decade right. The fundamental heartbeat of this European house and techno institution is the maverick music that its affiliated artists make. Of course what the label sounds like now is not necessarily what the label sounded like back in 2006, but it's telling that some of the original characters are still with the label to this day, while many are long time members of the LIZM family that have joined the ranks over the years. In piecing together this compilation, the idea from label founders Jessica Bossuyt and Pierre Noisiez was simply to represent where their brainchild is at right now, from guests at their events in the early days to more recent collaborators of all kinds. Kicking off the first EP, the finest slithers of percussion and whispers of icy soul weave their way into the sublime, sprawling concoction that Birdsmakingmachine delivers, shifting drum sounds across eleven minutes of delicate yet irresistible groove. Meanwhile on the B-side long time champion of future-minded dub techno Deadbeat creates something of an anthem for the label, turning out an energised workout laden with psychedelic swirls of delay and embellished with a catchy vocoder hook. Recent Lessizmore signing Louis McGuire delves into his lowslung MPC-powered bag of tricks and drops another crucial slab of swinging funk that finds the up and coming artist turning to a moodier sound palette customized for the deepest corners of the night.
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Cat: BUCKET 007. Rel: 06 Jul 15
  1. Keep It Movin (6:52)
  2. Keep It Movin (Manuel Costela remix) (7:11)
  3. DoNotSleep (7:19)
  4. Sweetest (5:41)
Review: This time Brian Cullen "BJAK" from Chicago, gives us an excellent and delicious "Dusk Til Dawn EP" with touches of deep and soulful grooves inside his special style, could not miss the collection of Bucketround, in this release, we have the opportunity to delight in a work of great quality for 2015, with the remix of the owner of Bucketround, "Manuel Costela" aka "Oval Future Face".
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Awakened Spirit (12") (1 per customer)
BBE
Cat: BBE 367SLP. Rel: 03 May 16
  1. Ngnari Konon (feat Oumou Sangare) (6:22)
  2. Nankoumandjan (feat Mangala Camara) (7:09)
  3. Benefit (feat Omar) (4:57)
  4. Fighting Spirit (7:24)
Review: Boddhi Satva's highly tribalistic strain of house music has been at the top of our minds for a while, and riding high on our digging radars. This is because the artist has managed to tell his own story and detach himself from momentary scenes or fashions. Instead, tracks like "Ngnari Konon" use the house formula only as a backing rhythm, and with the help of Africa's Oumou Sangare, Satva produces what is more of a world music piece. The same goes for "Nankoumandjan", but "Benefit" strays closer to something like UK bassline thanks to its jump-up beat and r&b-style vocals by Omar, while "Fighting Spirit" is what you would call a classic 'bass house' joint, filled with gargling low-ends and plenty of sweet tribalism. Sick.
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VA1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DEPT 001. Rel: 07 Sep 15
  1. Denzel - "About Greatness" (7:32)
  2. Denzel - "About Greatness" (Satoi remix) (7:41)
  3. Bravik - "130314" (6:58)
  4. Bravik - "130314" (Fred P reshape) (7:48)
Review: Dept. is a Helsinki based, newly found record label and music collective. Their VA1 contains originals by Dept. regulars, Denzel and Bravik supported with remixes from Satoi and the legendary electronic music pioneer, Fred P.

Denzel's "About Greatness" exhibits classic house vibes infused with a modern approach utilising a rich palette of rhythms, pads and a monologue which guides the listener through the track. Satoi's remix pushes the original towards a technoish form with a more straightforward and darker yet melodic take.

In contrast Bravik's track "130314" is a summerish and monotonic, uptempo stomper which contains a finely refined contrast between the distorted rhythms, sub bass and synth stabs. In the reshape Fred P has traditionally taken the track to a completely new path by tweaking the original elements to an unrecognisable state, creating an atmospheric and funk-esque house track.

Dept. VA1 is an intriguing combination in the best possible way.
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  1. Eddie Leader - "Way Back" (feat Hector Moralez) (5:54)
  2. Washerman - "Twilite" (6:43)
  3. Brett Johnson - "Mr Smarty Pants" (6:12)
  4. Rhythm Plate - "Keep Moving" (6:40)
Review: Hudd Traxx 3rd installment of their 10th Anniversary series comes from Eddie Leader, Hector Moralez, Washerman, Brett Johnson & Rhythm Plate. Label owner Eddie Leader delivers a deep & moody house groover with the slick vocals of long time Hudd Artist Hector Moralez, aptly title 'Way Back'. Washerman picks the pace up with 'Twilite', which is reminiscent of legendary Detroit label Underground Resistance, and adds to the continued diversity of this project. Brett Johnson's 'Mr Smarty Pants' is re-released after gaining plays from the likes of Laurent Garnier and an edit by Dyed Soundorom. Closing out the EP are 2 of the most underrated Producers in the business; Rhythm Plate. 'Keep Moving' was Overshadowed by 'Inside Me' on the 'Robbin Hudd EP' in 2007 but is given it's time to shine on 'Now & Then Part 3' and is a fine addition to the 10 Year celebrations.
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#12"@last (12")
Cat: ATA 017. Rel: 27 Sep 17
  1. Tresors (6:21)
  2. Tsundoku (5:43)
Review: Some two decades after delivering his first release, Pepe Bradock continues to make some of the most inventive - if occasionally overly challenging - house records around. This bizarrely titled 12" is the Parisian producer's first for almost a year and contains two typically eccentric cuts. A-side "Tresors" is underpinned by a loose but locked-in groove, but it's the smorgasbord of weird samples and effects - jazz synths, trippy noises, dubbed-out horns, buried acid lines, and so on - that really catches the ear. Flipside "Tsundonku" is arguably even more trippy thanks to Bradock's use of backwards percussion hits, grandiose filtered double bass, more weird noises and a rock solid, techno style kick-drum groove.
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Keep Up Appearances Remixes (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MDL 04. Rel: 18 May 15
  1. Seraphim (Frank & Tony Breakaway remix) (5:55)
  2. Worship (feat Qzen - Dana Ruh remix) (7:17)
  3. Feel Free (Dorisburg remix) (6:45)
  4. Worship (feat Qzen - Alan Doe remix) (6:34)
Review: Following the release of their debut LP, 'Keep Up Appearances' on their new label Modelmaker, Dan Berkson and James What draft in Frank & Tony, Dana Ruh, Dorisburg and Alan Doe for remixes.
Berkson & What have chalked up many releases on Poker Flat and Crosstown Rebels over the years whilst most recently turning heads outside of their own Modelmaker imprint via singles for Dogmatik and Seth Troxler's Play it Say It. The duo's LP, released in January, marked a new chapter in their production history and has seen support from Josh Wink, Mr G and Skream over the past few months.
'Keep Up Appearances - Remixes' opens with Anthony Collins and Francis Harris' superb Frank & Tony alias taking on 'Seraphim' which results in a tense but understated piece of layered, classic sounding house music while Dana Ruh, fresh from her excellent debut LP on Underground Quality last year, drops an eerie recreation of 'Worship' that draws on spacey synths and unsettling ambience.
Dorisburg, known for outstanding material on Sweden's Aniara amongst others, continues a sterling run of form with a rendition of 'Feel Free' which employs soaring chords to fashion a luscious and elevating take on the original. Rounding off the package is Berlin producer Alan Doe, an artist who debuted on Rue De Plaisance in 2014. Doe's 'Worship' remix is squarely dancefloor-aimed with punchy kicks, smokey effects and teasing keys.

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Cat: GR 1235. Rel: 03 Aug 18
  1. Lovelee Dae (7:37)
  2. Fantasy (Klubhead mix) (6:18)
  3. Journey (Moonwalk's Sister) (8:43)
  4. Funky People (Klubhead vocal) (5:16)
  5. Moonwalk (7:01)
  6. Gloria's Muse (The Yoga Song) (Danny Krivit 718 mix) (9:35)
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Cat: GALL 009. Rel: 23 May 19
  1. Thelma Hous (11:34)
  2. Leave Me This (10:37)
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  1. Cody Currie - "ACE, At The Point Of Collapse" (5:14)
  2. Sebb Junior - "Greatest Feelings" (5:54)
  3. Demuir - "Let's Get In It" (7:16)
  4. Black Loops - "French Affair" (6:24)
  5. Hotmood - "Voyage To The Onda" (6:41)
  6. COEO - "Azzurro" (7:37)
Review: The team behind upstart imprint De La Groove has done a fine job on this compilation style extravaganza, which features tracks from an impressive selection of hotly tipped producers. Highlights include the bouncy, shirts-off loop-disco of Cody Currie's "ACE, At The Point of Collapse", the super-groovy, jazz-flecked deep house warmth of Demuir's "Let's Get In It", the effervescent sweetness of Black Loops' summery roller "French Affair", and the fluttering flute solos of Hotmood's goodtime jazz-funk revision "Voyage To The Onda". The purest expression of jazzy, smoky deep house is provided by COEO, whose clarinet-sporting "Azzurro" is probably our pick of a very strong bunch.
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Swinging Into New Territory (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BUSH 003. Rel: 08 Feb 16
  1. We Steal Secrets
  2. Grapes
  3. Bells
  4. 8 Ball Rye
Review: The Bush is a homage to the place where I have lived for the last decade (Askew Road). The Askew Road itself is slowly changing so I wanted to document all the places that play a big part in mine and my families' lives before they eventually get sold for more flats or Tescos. 002 was all about the mighty Sun pub which has now been sold and transformed into a Costa coffee and an estate agents. Next up is our local park which hopefully will never see change as its been our little slice of heaven in w12 since we moved here.
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So In Love (12")
Cat: GR 1213. Rel: 11 Apr 17
  1. So In Love (Shelter mix) (7:07)
  2. So In Love (Piano Man dub) (4:46)
  3. So In Love (Shelter dub) (7:20)
  4. So In Love (Cassio radio remix) (5:07)
Review: Second time around for Blaze's 1993 outing under the Black Rascals alias, which famously featured Cassio Ware on vocals. "So In Love" has stood the test of time impressively, thanks in no small part to the way in which the "Shelter Mix" strikes a perfect balance between the swing of New Jersey garage, the melodiousness of early '90s deep house and the effortlessly soulfulness of Ware's vocals. The package contains two dubs: the near ambient bless of the cymbals-and-synths workout that is the "Piano Man Dub", and the fluid vibraphone style solos that stretch out across the groovy "Shelter Dub". Ware's "Radio Remix", which boasts AOR style guitar solos and a loose, hip-hop influenced beat pattern, completes a tidy package.
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Cat: ERS 014. Rel: 13 Oct 14
  1. Circle Dance (Nacho Patrol remix)
  2. Meditation (Luke Wyatt remix)
  3. Highway (Sad City remix)
  4. Tortuga (Valet remix)
Review: Following the critical success of last years mini-LP The Last Tortuga, Black Deer is back on Emotional Response with a 4 track remix EP featuring friends and alumni Nacho Patrol, Luke Wyatt, Sad City and Valet. William Burnett returns to the label in the form of a remixes EP that takes his original productions and hands it to a broad selection of today's finest electronic producers, plus a rare outing from one of the label's favourite pyschedelic experimentalists. While Danny Wolfer's Legowelt project needs little introduction, it was only right that his inclusion on the label came from a more cosmic outlook. With must have EPs and a long player offered, his afro-infused Nacho Patrol moniker is a must check. In Circle Dance the original is taken by the hand down to an afro-tech-funk'n'breaks basement for one of his best remixes to date and rightly so for one of his old buds. Luke Wyatt follows with an uplifting and warped retake on Meditation. The kraut influence of the original is built on with fuzz guitar and a solo that builds across the track to a higher peak. Play this at sunrise for reaffirmation of life itself. Next is a big favourite of the label, catching the ear from his first release on Underwater Peoples
and a lush follow up for Phonica. His pure ambience of a remix strips everything back and lets the 4th World shine. With a 2nd EP due on Phonica, look out for something on this label soon. Finally, one of the main influences on the label when it started a few years back. Valet aka Portland multi-instrumentalist and mum, Honey Owens offers a deep, beautiful and haunting retake, adding whispers, drones, guitar, toms, keys and intonations to swallow you whole.
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Olu Huru (7")
Cat: SRM 7S10. Rel: 09 Nov 05
  1. Olu Huru (part 1)
  2. Olu Huru (part 2)
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BV Re-Cuts #2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SOM 1275. Rel: 18 Apr 16
  1. I Ain't Gonna Wait (edit)
  2. Infractions
  3. Words To A Nation
Review: This special release revisits classic Brothers' Vibe tunes, edits and a never before released on vinyl track. Kicking off proceedings is the 1989 gem "I Ain't Gonna Wait". An early Brothers' Vibe piece and massive underground anthem! Brothers' Vibe distinctive gritty style of groovy house takes us on a hypnotic journey into uncharted territory. Melody and percussion interchange amongst a framework of zippy synths and sinuous kicks. Released under the moniker Silent Rodgerz, the second track "Infractions" saw the light of day back in 2008 solely in digital format on a MixxRecords compilation. Low slung with an acid influence, the cut reveals a distinctly natural groove lead by the classic bassline. The final track is the definition of a house classic!! Featuring echoing words of the great Maya Angelou, "Words To a Nation" exudes a timeless quality, unveiling a masterpiece which stays firmly in your head...
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Cat: MDL 01. Rel: 15 Sep 14
  1. Seraphim
  2. Firebird
Review: Modelmaker is a new London label from the collective minds of Dan Berkson and James What. The esteemed house duo has long been garnishing a range of international imprints with their inventive analogue house and techno sounds, but now they are focussing on their own outlet. Initially launching with a couple of self penned EPs, release number three will be the pair's long-time-in-the-making debut album, and after that a considered selection of other talents will join the ranks as the label pushes on. Always primarily focussed on machine made, texturally rich house and techno, each release will come with unique artwork based on works from What's great grandfather, Conrad Felixmuller, who was a well known German expressionist.
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Buskerud Tales EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: WPW 001. Rel: 28 Nov 16
  1. Get Up (5:36)
  2. Tokyo 1988 (5:01)
  3. Kick The Burger (4:54)
  4. From Oslo to Aal (By Train) (4:58)
Review: The Iceland-born, Norway-based producer, B. G. Baarregaard, channels the great tradition of Scandinavian electronic disco on this delectable four-tracker, maintaining a crisp and funky edge to his productions while making sure every inch of the wax is dripping with old-skool warmth. "Tokyo 1988" stands out with its perfect lashings of boogie rubbed into the joints, while "Kick The Burger" slows things right down for a cool and deadly cruise through electro funk of the highest order.
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