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Cat: BFCD 069. Rel: 14 Sep 18
  1. Live For Today
  2. All Around The World
  3. A Letter To My Buggers
  4. Addiction (feat Sheera)
  5. Sexy
  6. There's No Turning Back
  7. Resistance
  8. Sundae (feat N'Dambi)
  9. Just Reach For The Stars
  10. Love
  11. Giant Feelings (feat Patrice Quinn & Techdizzle)
  12. Walk Free
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Cat: BFCD 075. Rel: 17 Aug 18
  1. Promises
  2. Angel Shark
  3. J Buyers
  4. A Mother's Lament
  5. No Time Not Mine
  6. Pedestrians
  7. Self Similarity
  8. Dishwater
  9. E13
  10. The Space
  11. You Give & Give
Review: Four years on from his album - the chamber music-inspired "Joined Ends"- Dorian Concept returns with a set said to be a tongue-in-cheek "parody of nostalgia". This concept manifests itself in the curious and off-the-wall way in which the album was made, with the critically acclaimed producer not only drawing influence from a variety of vintage styles - think '60s jazz, '90s IDM, '70s prog rock and '80s jazz-fusion - but also using traditional methods (live instrumentation, old fashioned tape recording) to recreate modern digital sounds. Thrillingly, he also decided to use his own voice more, manipulating it and adding layers of lo-fi noise to give a warm but out-there feel. As a result, The Nature Of Imitation is an impressively experimental and thoughtful album that's also inspired, entertaining and bags of fun.
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Fool (CD)
Cat: BFCD 059. Rel: 17 Jun 16
  1. Flake
  2. Lose
  3. Soup
  4. Flu (feat Arthur Verocai)
  5. Wrong
  6. Meat
  7. The Zoo (feat Steve Kuhn)
  8. Crumble
  9. Nail (skit)
  10. Toots
  11. Teeth
Review: Mitchel Van Dither has been synonymous with the Kindred Spirits label up until now, an imprint that we have just so much time and respect for. He has, however, been branching out as of late, and his adventures have landed him a spot on Flying Lotus' mighty Brainfeeder. Two EP's containing tunes from Fool have already been released on the label, but the album format expresses their depth much more clearly, and with more freedom. Objectively, Fool is Brainfeeder through and through, a little work of art to fit in perfectly with the rest of this ever-surprising and always on-point catalogue. Recommended.
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Overload (CD)
Cat: BFCD 070. Rel: 02 Nov 18
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. IOTA (Instrument Of The Ancestors)
  2. Play It Up
  3. Overload
  4. Blam
  5. Williehook (Skit)
  6. Aerosol
  7. Vital Transformation
  8. You Can Always Count On Me (feat Shana Jenson)
  9. These Are The Things I Really Like About You (feat Dudley Perkins)
  10. Canadian Hillbilly
  11. Conmigo (reprise)
  12. Bobbie's Dittie
  13. Ciao
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Cat: BFCD 071. Rel: 27 Jul 18
Deep House
  1. Happy Birthday Nick
  2. Thank God I'm A Lizard
  3. Wear Me Down
  4. The Knife
  5. Project Cybersyn
  6. Family Portrait
  7. Pale Blue Dot
  8. Back Into Space
  9. Parallel Sequence
  10. RATS
  11. Don't Wake Dad
  12. The Beginning
Review: Lo-fi house hero Ross From Friends presents his debut album for Flying Lotus' Brainfeeder imprint - this follows up the terrific Aphelion EP he presented on the label earlier this year. Like the title suggests, Family Portrait refers to a very specific personal aspect of Felix Weatherall's life: the influence of his parents. Dance music was always around during his childhood, where he grew up learning about music from his dad - who apparently had a penchant for banging out hi-NRG tracks on the decks. It's a riveting listen from start to finish: from the the intensely vivid groove of "Pale Blue Dot" to the moody "Project Cybersyn" with its tunnelling aesthetic - perfectly geared for those heads-down moments later in the night.
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Drunk (CD)
Cat: BFCD 064. Rel: 24 Feb 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Rabbot Ho
  2. Captain Stupido
  3. Uh Uh
  4. Bus In These Streets
  5. A Fan's Mail (Tron Song Suite II)
  6. Lava Lamp
  7. Jethro
  8. Day & Night
  9. Show You The Way (feat Michael McDonald & Kenny Loggins)
  10. Walk On By (feat Kendrick Lamar)
  11. Blackkk
  12. Tokyo
  13. Jameel's Space Ride
  14. Friend Zone
  15. Them Changes
  16. Where I'm Going
  17. Drink Dat (feat Wiz Khalifa)
  18. Inferno
  19. I Am Crazy
  20. 3AM
  21. Drunk
  22. The Turn Down (feat Pharell)
  23. DUI
Review: Flying Lotus collaborator Thundercat make a big impression with his last album, 2013's superb Apocalypse. Hopes are naturally high, then, for this belated follow-up. Presented as a seamless blend of standalone tracks and intermingling interludes, Drunk is a thrill-a-minute, mix tape style trip through the multi-instrumentalist and beat-maker's various inspirations (think skewed hip-hop, jazz, funk, soul, left of centre electronica, and so on), all of which have been fused and mutated to fit his unique musical perspective. His standing within the leftfield hip-hop community has resulted in an impressive roster of guest stars, with Kendrick Lamarr, blue-eyed soul legend Michael McDonald, Kenny Loggins, Fly-Lo (of course) and jazz man Kamasi Washington all lending a hand.
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Drank (CD)
Cat: BFCD 067. Rel: 16 Mar 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Rabbot Ho (Chopnotslop remix)
  2. Drink Dat (feat Wiz Khalifa - Chopnotslop remix)
  3. Lava Lamp (Chopnotslop remix)
  4. Weakstyle (Chopnotslop remix)
  5. Show You The Way (feat Michael McDonald & Kenny Loggins - Chopnotslop remix)
  6. Where I'm Going (Chopnotslop remix)
  7. Tokyo (Chopnotslop remix)
  8. Uh Uh (Chopnotslop remix)
  9. Inferno (Chopnotslop remix)
  10. Them Changes (Chopnotslop remix)
  11. I Am Crazy (Chopnotslop remix)
  12. 3AM (Chopnotslop remix)
  13. Jethro (Chopnotslop remix)
  14. The Turn Down (feat Pharrell - Chopnotslop remix)
  15. Walk On By (feat Kendrick Lamar - Chopnotslop remix)
  16. Day & Night (Chopnotslop remix)
  17. A Fan's Mail (Tron Song Suite II) (Chopnotslop remix)
  18. Jameel's Space Ride (Chopnotslop remix)
  19. Captain Stupido (Chopnotslop remix)
  20. Friend Zone (Chopnotslop remix)
  21. Bus In These Streets (Chopnotslop remix)
  22. DUI (Chopnotslop remix)
  23. Blackkk (Chopnotslop remix)
  24. Drunk (Chopnotslop remix)
Review: Under the Chopstars alias, DJ Candlestick and OG Ron C have become famous for delivering pitched-down, chopped-and-screwed versions of albums by Drake and Little Dragon, amongst others. Now the Houston duo has given Thundercat's brilliant 2017 set Drunk the same treatment, and it may well be their finest work to date. Their method was simple: radically slow down each of the album tracks, add their own production touches and re-cast the notoriously eclectic album as a blazed, loved-up journey through smooth soul and '70s style "quiet storm" R&B. It's a relatively radical departure - in the case of some tracks, at the very least - but works magnificently well. Remarkably, it's almost as good as Thundercat's original - and that's saying something.
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Brainfeeder X (unmixed 2xCD)
Cat: BFCD 077. Rel: 16 Nov 18
  1. Teebs - "Why Like This?"
  2. Jeremiah Jae - "$easons"
  3. Lapalux - "Without You" (feat Kerry Leatham)
  4. Iglooghost - "Bug Thief"
  5. Tokimonsta - "Fallen Arches"
  6. Miguel Baptista Benedict - "Phemy"
  7. Matthewdavid - "Group Tea" (feat Flying Lotus)
  8. Martyn - "Masks"
  9. Mr Oizo - "Ham"
  10. Daedelus - "Order Of The Golden Dawn"
  11. Jameszoo - "Flake"
  12. Taylor McFerrin - "Place In My Heart" (feat RYAT)
  13. Mono/Poly - "Needs Deodorant"
  14. Thundercat - "Them Changes"
  15. DJ Paypal - "Slim Trak VIP"
  16. Thundercat - "Friend Zone" (Ross From Friends remix)
  17. Brandon Coleman - "Walk Free" (Flying Lotus remix)
  18. Thundercat - "King Of The Hill" (feat BADBADNOTGOOD)
  19. Lapalux - "Opilio"
  20. Ross From Friends - "Squaz"
  21. Georgia Anne Muldrow - "Myrrh Song"
  22. Dorian Concept - "Eigendynamik"
  23. Louis Cole - "Thinking"
  24. Iglooghost - "Yellow Gum"
  25. WOKE - "The Lavishments Of Light Looking" (feat George Clinton)
  26. PBDY - "Bring Me Down" (feat Salami Rose Joe Louis)
  27. Jeremiah Jae - "Black Salt"
  28. Flying Lotus - "Ain't No Coming Back" (feat Busdriver)
  29. Miguel Atwood-Ferguson - "Kazaru"
  30. Taylor Graves - "Goku"
  31. Little Snake - "Delusions"
  32. Strangeloop - "Beautiful Undertow"
  33. Mono/Poly - "Funkzilla" (feat Seven Davis Jr)
  34. Teebs - "Birthday Beat"
  35. Moire - "Lisbon"
  36. Locust Toybox - "Otravine"
Review: Anniversary compilations tend to fall into one of two camps, with labels either offering up a straight retrospective or a collection of previously unheard material. "Brainfeeder X", the tenth anniversary set from Flying Lotus' eclectic and experimental imprint, delivers the best of both worlds. Disc one tells the story so far, joining the dots between ambient, jazz, instrumental hip-hop, distorted techno and wonky house via cuts by the likes of Martyn, Daedelus, Taylor McFerrin, Thundercat and DJ Paypal. Disc two, meanwhile, showcases exclusive, unheard material, with highlights including the dream-time soul of Thundercat and BADBADNOTGOOD's "King of the Hill", the sunrise-ready deep house of Ross From Friends, the madcap IDM rush of Dorian Concept and the high-octane jazz-rap madness of Flying Lotus and Busdriver's "Ain't No Coming Back".
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The Epic (3xCD)
Cat: BFCD 050. Rel: 13 May 15
  1. Change Of The Guard (Volume 1 - The Plan)
  2. Askim
  3. Isabelle
  4. Final Thought
  5. The Next Step
  6. The Rhythm Changes
  7. Miss Understanding (Volume 2 - The Glorious Tale)
  8. Leroy & Lanisha
  9. Re Run
  10. Seven Prayers
  11. Henrietta Our Hero
  12. The Magnificent 7
  13. Re Run Home (The Historic Repetition)
  14. Cherokee
  15. Clair De Lune
  16. Malcolms Theme
  17. The Message
Review: On the cover of his first album for a decade, saxophonist Kamasi Washington stares intently out, the universe stretching out to infinity behind him. You see, Washington is something of a Sun Ra acolyte, and there's something of the great man's spiritual, psychedelic and far-sighted feel about The Epic. Rooted in a loose, soulful and occasionally riotous blend of spiritual jazz, it more than lives up to its' name, stretching across three themed CDs. While Washington's tenor sax offers a focal point throughout, it's merely part of a greater ensemble effort - Sun Ra Arkestra style - that helps The Epic fly by in a flurry of loose-limbed drums, rubbery double bass, hammered-out pianos and intoxicating vocals.
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