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Queen City Soul Dynamite! (limited hand-numbered 7'') (1 per customer)
Cat: MUKAT 068. Rel: 20 Jan 20
  1. The Boys In The Band - "Pain" (First Time On vinyl)
  2. Little Fint - "Pain"
Review: Upfront to Juno ! New Mukatsuku 45 from America Mid West with two versions of ''Pain'' with The Boys In The Band version never seeing a commercial vinyl release and in our opinion far superior ! Little Flint's wobby intro original version sells upwards of 400 GBP when you can find a clean copy. Hand-numbered to 500 units one off limited pressing.Strictly no repress

Wayne Perry & Randy Mcnutt decided to record a version of Pain in a power Soul Rock mode which were all the range in Cincinnati, Ohio at the time of the recording around 1973.The Boys In The Band version features Wayne singing solo but was never released. What was released was the Little Flint version (a name that Wayne had chosen as an alto ego guise ) and assisted with that version by an uncredited vocalist from Alaska singing live singing on top of the same rhythm track. Other band members included Roger 'Jellyroll' Troy on bass,Jerry Love on drums,Gary Boston on guitar,Craig Shenafield & Terry Burnside on brass (all five had played on sessions/backed James Brown at certain points in their careers) plus the young B-3 Organist Terry Hoskins who was just 17 at the time.

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On & On (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIS 318. Rel: 20 Jan 20
  1. Route 909 (6:49)
  2. Flyby (4:38)
  3. 1111 (5:11)
  4. On & On (6:58)
Review: James Shinra has been previously spotted dropping quality electro-tinted sonics on the likes of Furthur Electronix, Craigie Knowes, Feel My Bicep, null+void and more. Now he comes to 20/20 Vision with a vivid new EP of productions that cement his place in the contemporary electro firmament. "Route 909" pivots between classic techno and emotive electro, with cinematic results. "Flyby" is a more crafty broken beat excursion with a nimble lead line that flutters over lingering piano lines. "1111" is rowdier affair that sets out a gnarly acid line front and centre, but not at the expense of Shinra's tendency for refined production. "On & On" reaffirms this point with a smart balance between growling low end and sophisticated top line melodies, rounding out a sterling EP.

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ENDZ 032 (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 032. Rel: 22 Jan 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Torino (6:09)
  2. Modiletion (6:30)
  3. Never Ending Story (6:23)
  4. Aerolite (6:42)
Review: For the 32nd release on his Eastenderz label, East End Dubs has turned to Chris Stussy, a Dutch producer more often associated with the Djebali and Robsoul Recordings imprints. There's tons to get the juices flowing across the four tracks, which mix pin-sharp electronic melodies and warming chords with basslines and beats that sit somewhere between tech-house and deep house. We're particularly enjoying the melodious, funk-fuelled brilliance of "Never Ending Story" and the liquid deepness of "Modiletion", though opener "Torino" - all deep tech-house grooves, cut-up female vocal samples and tuneful electronic motifs - and dreamy closing cut "Aerolite" are also well worth a place in your DJ sets.
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More Than Friends EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LIH 038. Rel: 20 Jan 20
Deep House
  1. More Than Friends (7:20)
  2. More Than Friends (Marcel Vogel & Tim Jules remix) (6:37)
  3. Take You Away (7:12)
Review: Lumberjacks In Hell welcome Croatian producer Andrej Laseech to the table following his promising early outings on Be Yourself and Sound Exhibitions. On this release, Laseech has reached out to the mighty, eternally prolific Javonntte for a little vocal magic, resulting in the utterly sexy deep house burner "More Than Friends". It's a track that Marcel Vogel & Tim Jules clearly dig, judging by the light touch they applied to their own remix of the track. "Take You Away" on the flip is another sweet and sultry warm-up or backroom jam that gets lifted even higher by Javonntte's stellar vocals.
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Cat: GLITS 050. Rel: 23 Jan 20
  1. Mike Dunn - "Natural High" (Mike Dunn extended Black Glitter mixX) (6:46)
  2. Body Music & Amy Douglas - "Love Games" (extended mix) (6:33)
  3. Risk Assessment - "Remember Me" (feat Jemeni G - Yuksek extended remix) (4:41)
  4. Seamus Haji - "Boogie 2nite" (extended mix) (8:02)
Review: Classic do a fine job here of enlisting various remixers to tackle key tracks from German house maestro Oliver Dollar's latest album. Label boss Luke Solomun goes first in cahoots with Chicago originator Honey Dijon, and the pair cook up a steamy, raw and right on remix of the gospel house original. Riva Starr goes for a slamming house take on "Crusader" and the 90s superstar Mousse T brings plenty of disco dazzle. Kelly G might steal the show with a low slung, warm and feel good dub mix to close things out in style.
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Gespielt von: Saison
 in stock $10.62
Jumpcuts 1: Khidja Remixes (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ERC 087. Rel: 20 Jan 20
  1. Walk On, Bye (Khidja remix) (8:31)
  2. Down The Locale (Khidja remix) (9:08)
Review: Having just reissued the wonderful "Jumpcut" album from overlooked mid '80s dreamers Man Jumping, Emotional Rescue offer up some tasteful remixes to build on the rediscovered delights of the original material. Who better than label regulars Khidja to bring their innate instinct for outernational funk to the table. Taking the ranging, mystical idea mood of the originals, the Romanian duo lead in with a laid back, subtly dubbed out island chiller on "Walk On, Bye". Be prepared for a switch up though, as "Down The Locale" weaves in some nimble piano work around a more pronounced rhythm section.

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Cat: BOMBSVN 001. Rel: 23 Jan 20
  1. Andy Cooper - "Why You Buggin'" (feat The Allergies) (3:14)
  2. Dr Syntax/Pete Cannon - "Downtime" (The Allergies remix) (3:27)
Review: More all-action fare from the popular Bomb Strikes label, an imprint that has gradually moved away from the party-hearty mash-ups and bootleg remixes on which it made its name. This tidy seven-inch single is notable for the presence of Bristol crew The Allergies. On the A-side they guest on Andy Cooper's "Why You Buggin", a bustling, funk-fuelled fusion of hip-hop and rock that sounds like a wholehearted tribute to the Beastie Boys circa "Licensed To Ill". Over on the flip the West Country party-starters turn remixers, delivering a head nodding, toe-tapping take on Dr Syntax and Pete Canon's hip-hop/funk/ska fusion number "Downtime". Like the A-side, it sounds like a bona fide dancefloor bomb.
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Hope (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: PLA031 / MNQ112. Rel: 20 Jan 20
  1. Erector (2:38)
  2. Sunset Sex (6:11)
  3. Invocation (3:55)
  4. Cold Blood (1:47)
  5. Head Stop (3:32)
  6. Mission England (2:55)
  7. Dereliction (4:45)
  8. Black Madonna (3:09)
  9. Gag (4:30)
  10. Something In The Air (4:01)
  11. There Is No Night (2:34)
Review: The reissue material from the archives of Bourbonese Qualk keep on coming, with this second salvo from the sturdy partnership of Mannequin and Platform 23. The visionary London industrial agitators were on vital form on "Hope", which came out midway through 1984, and now Rude 66 has remastered the music for fresh ears. The mood is persistently murky, but it moves from danceable anti-funk to gutter-dwelling noise baths and atmospheric sonic totems. At once mystical and incisive, otherworldly and grittily real, this is another brilliant reframing of one of the UK's true industrial titans.
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Cat: BABY 1009. Rel: 20 Jan 20
UK Garage
  1. One,Two (5:42)
  2. One,Two (Beforethebeatsbreak remix) (6:05)
  3. One,Two (Perception remix) (5:58)
  4. One,Two (CB Step dub) (5:48)
Review: Mid '90s veteran Crazy Bank is back with the label he dropped his original heat on, Blahh! Records. Al Temper has been otherwise engaged since the turn of the millennium, but now he's back in action with some heaters that carry a torch for classic garage but don't get lost to nostalgia. "One, Two" is a 4x4 bumper with some deadly diva chops and organ keys to die for, but it's also fresh in its execution. The "Beforethebeatsbreak" remix of the track nudges the key down and makes for a slightly more sultry affair, while Perception's take sends the original in the direction of mellow, soulful 2-step. CB Step completes the set with another chilled version that works a little house shuffle into the mix, not to mention some artfully chopped breaks.
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Gespielt von: Paul Starey
 in stock $9.79
The Locks (Stojche/Hiver mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VR 008. Rel: 20 Jan 20
  1. Caurel (6:09)
  2. Zelo (6:21)
  3. Tregnanton (3:04)
  4. Zelo (Stojche Reshape) (5:58)
  5. Tregnanton (Hiver Reshape) (6:20)
Review: Verdant Recordings welcome a new name with an accomplished past under other aliases. Joe Lucas has released on Tusk Wax, Boogie Box and Birdie as Causa, but here he becomes Sixtyone for a trip into the kind of ethereal techno excursions that have been shaping Verdant out as a must-check label for some time. "Caurel" sets things off in illustrious style before the more dubby tones of "Zelo" and the ambient pensiveness of "Tregnanton". Stojche delivers a punchy remix of "Zelo" on the B side before Hiver works some elegant rhythms into "Tregnanton", rounding out another sterling installment in Verdant's evolving story.
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FR 014X (double 12" Nachpressung) (1 per customer)
Cat: FR 014X. Rel: 23 Jan 20
  1. Vox Automaton (7:14)
  2. Nerve Play (5:04)
  3. Perfume Persuasion (6:28)
  4. Alsoran (5:59)
  5. Lament Subrosa (6:57)
  6. Irma (6:28)
Review: Under the E.R.P. alias, Gerard Hanson has been making some of the finest intergalactic electro known to humankind since the tail end of the 1990s. His catalogue is meaty and some of his older, out-of-press records are now frustratingly hard to find - hence this tidy double-pack from Frustrated Funk. It includes all three tracks from Hanson's 2007 label debut, "Vox Automaton" - the body-popping brilliance of the title track, the Drexciya style underwater trip of "Nerve Play" and the deep electro lusciousness of "Parfume Persuasion" - as well as the trio of cuts originally released on the "Alsoran" from the same years. These are arguably even better, with the melodious, cinematic and futuristic title track, and wonderfully poignant "Irma" standing out. Exceptional.
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Cat: REN 250005V. Rel: 23 Jan 20
  1. Plastic Dreams (Nicole Moudaber Renaissance remix) (9:05)
  2. Plastic Dreams (Nicole Moudaber Passion Runs Deep remix) (7:53)
Review: Jaydee's Plastic Dreams is a stone cold classic of the dance music canon. It's a timeless, hard to define track with a real sense of darkness that also gets the club pumping. These days, Nicole Moudaber serves up similar styles, so is a wise choice to remix it. She does so for the legendary Renaissance label here, not once but twice. The original is a subtle variation that layers in a little modern bass weight and a somewhat tribal feel, while he second offering is a little more brave, with a broken beat and deep techno feel that still comes with the original's haunting synths.
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Cat: MSR 017. Rel: 23 Jan 20
  1. Gates Of Ouantou (7" edit) (4:40)
  2. Man In The Field (4:46)
Review: Matasuna Records' dusty-fingered owners always have one eye on the world of self-released music, scrolling through untold Bandcamp pages to find buried treasure. They've struck gold with Batunga and the Subprimes, a Parisian Afrobeat band who have toured extensively but never before appeared on vinyl - hence this two-track seven-inch single. Both sides are sizzling hot. A-side "Gates of Oauntou" is marked out by some superb, Tony Allen style polyrhythmic drumming, hazy horns and clipped guitars, with the talented ensemble delivering a detailed floor-shaker that should appeal to all those that love Fela Kuti. The spirit of the Nigerian great can also be heard in flipside "Man In The Field", an altogether heavier and punchier affair that's as infectious as tropical fever and twice as sweaty.
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Gut Funky: The Best Of CRS Records (LP + 7" + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRLP 9086BONUS. Rel: 23 Jan 20
  1. George Johnson Jr - "That's The Kind Of Man I Am" (feat The Mondells) (3:45)
  2. George Johnson Jr - "Just Because You're You" (feat The Mondells) (2:49)
  3. Bonnie Blanchard - "You're The Only One" (feat Andy Aaron & The Mean Machine) (3:03)
  4. Bonnie Blanchard - "A Real Good Lovin' Man" (part 1) (3:04)
  5. The Zodiacs - "Hey Rugh Nut" (2:59)
  6. Caprells - "Every Day People" (2:57)
  7. The Zodiacs - "Don't Change On Me" (2:31)
  8. Mitzi Ross - "Man Hunt" (2:16)
  9. Midnight Madness - "Gut Funky" (3:34)
  10. Midnight Madness - "Feelings" (3:44)
  11. The Butlers - "Thinking Of You" (3:18)
  12. Carl Sherlock Holmes - "Think It Over" (3:33)
  13. Bonnie Blanchard/Andy Aaron/The Mean Machine - "You're The Only One" (3:03)
  14. Andy Aaron/The Mean Machine - "Right On Time" (3:28)
Review: Between the late 1960s and early 1980s, Philadelphia's Curtis R Staten ran CRS Records as an outlet for his productions. It was never a prolific imprint, though the 15 singles and 2 albums the imprint is known to have manufactured remain sought-after sides and sets among Northern Soul, gospel, rhythm and blues and deep funk collectors. This fine TRAMP Records compilation tells the story of the label, gathering together highlights from the likes of George Johnson Jr. & The Mondells, Bonnie Blanchard, Andy Aaron & The Mean Machine, The Zodiacs and Midnight Madness. This limited edition version also includes a bonus seven-inch single of Blanchard's sublime Northern Soul classic "You're The Only One".
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Cat: BRPD 23. Rel: 22 Jan 20
  1. Smarty Pants (DJ Spinna Re-Freak) (6:57)
  2. Smarty Pants (single version) (2:37)
  3. Are You Ready For Me? (Uplifting version) (6:02)
  4. Are You Ready For Me? (4:06)
Review: Originally released way back in 1973, "Smarty Pants" is arguably one of the foundation records of the Philadelphia Soul sound that quickly evolved into the disco sound we know and love today. Here First Choice's superb original version (A2) gets a reissue, this time accompanied by an extended multi-track "Re-Freak" by DJ Spinna that sounds like a classic Tom Moulton "disco mix". Side B boasts two versions of 1976 soaring disco cut "Are You Ready For Me": a gently beefed-up, house-friendly "Uplifting Version" by remixer T-Groove and the Norman Harris and Stan Watson-produced original version. If disco is your thing, you need this in your life.
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Time & Space (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: GRM 004. Rel: 20 Jan 20
Deep House
  1. Time & Space (intro) (3:02)
  2. Nasha's Groove (5:23)
  3. 7 Hills (6:17)
  4. Magic Carpet (4:58)
  5. Walking In Bogota (5:44)
  6. Try To Breathe (5:40)
  7. Jazz Traveller (5:18)
  8. Barreirinha Jam (4:03)
  9. MJ In Kobe (5:19)
  10. Time & Space (outro) (5:49)
Review: It was the best part of 10 years ago when Jorge Caiado was making some strong early steps on the mighty Balance, and here he is delivering a full-length for Groovement that's been seven years in the making. "Time & Space", as the name might suggest, look beyond the demands of the dance to explore a broader perspective of electronic music. Don't let the swooning ambient opener fool you though, there's plenty of Caiado's signature smooth as silk house to sip on too. "Nasha's Groove" is especially satisfying, while "Magic Carpet" brings a little salsa to the table. With soul, ambience, funk and freshness all rolled into one package, Caiado's long-winded album journey has been entirely worth it.
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Albumsi (2xLP)
Cat: DKMNTL 074. Rel: 23 Jan 20
Deep House
  1. Galaxy (5:46)
  2. Sara Sara (6:35)
  3. Hoolock Rock (6:52)
  4. Blow Your Mind (6:56)
  5. Pantasy (12:15)
  6. News From The Treetops (6:34)
  7. Langsam Aber Slowly (3:39)
  8. I Think I Got It Under Control Now (3:54)
  9. Well, Traumhaft (4:23)
  10. Coolness (6:26)
  11. Apo-Calypso (8:29)
  12. Rave The Forest (4:56)
Review: Here's something to set the pulse racing: the long-awaited debut album from Jan Schulte's more dancefloor-focused Bufiman project. He's absolutely nailed it, offering up a vibrant 12-track selection that giddily joins the dots between freestyle, electro, dub disco, vintage deep house, skewed Balearic synth-pop, breakbeat, hip-house, kosmiche and the heavily percussive drum workouts that have long been Schulte's stock-in-trade. The fact that each track offers multiple musical reference points whilst delivering something undeniably fresh - despite the undeniably retro-futurist feel present throughout - is undoubtedly the album's strongest suit. To put it simply, "Albumsi" is a gloriously kaleidoscopic, thrill-a-minute concoction that counts as Schulte's single greatest body of work to date.
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The Drive EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FAUVEP 002. Rel: 20 Jan 20
  1. The Drive (5:50)
  2. Ke Ai (4:58)
  3. Fray (5:19)
  4. Air House (4:52)
Review: Romain FX comes to Fauve with some hard-strutting disco shapes to impart for all you fabulous freaks of the night. "The Drive" leads the way with a nagging, seemingly endless arpeggio draped in subtle flecks of harmonizing synth shapes - it makes for the perfect energised club track. "Ke Ai" is a more emotional number that seeks to tug at the heart strings even as it makes you move. "Fray" brings something a little cheekier with its darting high-register lead lines, sweet chords and airy mixdown - this is one for the terraces of the warmer months to come. "Air House" completes the set with a dreamy, pad soaked floater that keeps that sturdy disco-informed rhythm section intact.
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Gespielt von: Aroop Roy, Zukas
 in stock $10.88
Cat: JMANLP 054X. Rel: 23 Jan 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. For A Breath I Tarry (8:15)
  2. Cast Adrift (3:14)
  3. Girl & Robot With Flowers (part IV) (4:04)
  4. Girl & Robot With Flowers (part V) (3:52)
  5. Have Spacesuit Will Travel (part II) (4:06)
  6. Clear Skies Select Stick (3:38)
  7. Blues For Lila (3:25)
  8. Girl & Robot With Flowers (part VI) (7:37)
Review: When we first reviewed "Girl & Robot With Flowers" back in 2012, eight-piece combo The Greg Foat Group was still a relatively unknown quantity. Since then, they've gone from success to success, releasing a string of inspired albums. Even so, "Girl & Robot With Flowers" remains one of their most stunning sets, as this re-press proves. It boasts quietly beautiful moments inspired by classic film soundtracks ("Girl & Robot With Flowers Part 3"), straight-up late night jazz movements ("For Breath A Tarry", "Cast Adrift"), and breezy, vibraphone-heavy '60s grooves ("The Girl & Robot With Flowers Part 5"). Throughout, it's beautifully played and lovingly produced, with Foat's impeccable piano playing taking centre stage.
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Cat: SOL 1005LP. Rel: 24 Jan 20
  1. Sharnell Morton - "You Are My Shining Star" (5:22)
  2. Janice Nicki Harisson - "Magic Of Love" (4:23)
  3. Direct Connec Shun - "He's No Good" (7:43)
  4. James Family - "We've Got It Made" (4:35)
  5. Network & Co - "Spirit Of The Boogie" (4:03)
  6. Marlon Hunter - "Did You Forget My Number" (3:36)
  7. Spice Of Ice - "Star Struck" (5:53)
  8. Executive Suite - "When It Comes To Lovin Me" (3:15)
Review: Some two years after helping launch Favorite Recordings' reissue-focused SOL Discos imprint, label co-founder Waxist returns with a second volume of "Message In Our Music", a compilation focused - like its' predecessor - on little known "modern soul" from the late 1970s and early '80s. It is, of course, packed to the rafters with rare, slept-on gems, the majority of which change hands for silly money online. Highlights include - but are by no means limited to - the gentle gospel-boogie slickness of Sharnell Morton's "You Are My Shining Star", the glistening guitars and sun-kissed vocals of Direct Connec Shun's two-step soul gem "He's No" and the purple-coloured synth-funk hustle of Spice Of Ice's "Star Struck".
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Machines On The Dresser (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DIST 006. Rel: 20 Jan 20
Deep House
  1. Don't Count On Me For Love (6:47)
  2. Deep Tri-State (That Love) (6:14)
  3. Truth Be Told (7:09)
  4. Say More (5:21)
Review: New York champ Son Of Sound has been off the radar for a few years, but now he's back with a fresh drop that brings some of that upfront house bump that could only come from the Big Apple. Dusty samples, insistent jack and bags of attitude abound on "Don't Count On Me For Love", while "Deep Tri-State (That Love)" takes things far out into trippy broken beat territory that wouldn't sound out of place chilling next to a Hanna production. "Truth Be Told" ups the ante with some gorgeous cascading keys and an irresistibly funky rhythm section, while "Say More" has some fun with spaced out samples and a lazy loop that make up a sweet vibe to chill on.
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Cat: ND 001. Rel: 23 Jan 20
  1. Tabu Afrique (6:56)
  2. Magia (5:50)
  3. Na Boko Samba (7:39)
Review: Neo Danza kicks off with a red hot release of super rare 80s tropical grooves that have been repurposed for contemporary dance floors. You can imagine these sort of jams getting plenty of plans by the likes of Rush Hour boss Antal and compadre Hunee as the weather begins to warm up. "Tabu Afrique" opens the EP in bristling afro disco fashion and with a big vocal, then things get a little more slow and emotional on "Magia". The standout might be "Na Boko Samba", a sizzling seven minute opus of unrestrained tropical disco funk.
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Cat: CE 033. Rel: 23 Jan 20
  1. OYM (5:34)
  2. Write Pulse (4:58)
  3. OYM (Sync 24 & Jensen Intereceptor remix) (5:54)
  4. BIOS (4:27)
Review: Cultivated Electronics give Assembler Code his debut solo EP on the label and he really comes through as a result. "OYM" is the sort of crunchy and blistering electro track that blows up any floor: the restless lead synths, hammering drums and edgy sci-fi signifiers are all present and very correct. "Write Pulse" is just as urgent sounding, sweeping you away on a wave of corrugated drums that are run through with haunted pads. Sync 24 & Jensen Interceptor remix "OYM" in high impact fashion, with even more booming and bumping kicks and some standout synth madness. "BIOS" then signs off in manic fashion.
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Gespielt von: Billy Nasty, Fede Lng
 in stock $10.62
Cat: LT 064. Rel: 22 Jan 20
Deep House
  1. Ephemeral Chase (5:31)
  2. Mind & Space (7:18)
  3. Grant & Zarenzeit - "Amaranthine Profundity" (4:36)
  4. Finite Elements (6:29)
  5. Blurred Harmony (6:32)
  6. Grant & Dan Piu - "Boundless" (6:08)
  7. Invisible Skills (feat Emil Abramyan) (6:36)
  8. Lucent Eyes (5:06)
  9. The Road In Front Of Me (feat Jenifa Mayanja) (5:30)
Review: There may now be no mystery surrounding the identity of deep house hero Grant - last year it was revealed that it was an alias of Frank & Tony member Anthony Collins - but the allure of his work remains as strong as ever. His first album for Lobster Theremin, "Fantasy Blues", is warm, melodious, musically detailed and far more imaginative than most deep house albums you'll hear this year. It sees Collins flit between oven-hot, jazz-funk influenced electronica ("Ephemeral Chase"), revivalist early '90s NYC deep house ("Mind & Space", "Finite Elements"), loose-and-languid ultra-deep goodness ("Amaranthine Profundity", "Blurred Harmony") and the kind of relaxed, intergalactic fare that sits somewhere between ambient techno and ocean-deep dream house. In other words, it's superb.
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The Atrahasis EP (double 12")
Cat: LIB 13. Rel: 23 Jan 20
  1. Without You (7:22)
  2. The Key Holder (5:43)
  3. The Above (7:07)
  4. Enter You (5:38)
  5. The Runner (4:49)
  6. Mila Fish (5:00)
  7. Ouja (5:22)
  8. Quarter Roy (6:34)
  9. Extrude Slow (6:20)
Review: Berlin outlet Libertine Records welcomes the mysterious but increasingly relevant GOSUB for a fantastic double 12" that offers up the artist's most complete electro release yet. This comes just ahead of further outings on Blkmarket and after split EPs on this label in cahoots with Brighton-based Furthur Electronix. Opener "Without You" is an old school gem with deadpan vocal delivery and cold, stark chord sequences. Things get more unhinged on the freewheeling "The Key Holder" and acid laced "The Above" before an all out intergalactic assault on the kinetic drum programming of "Enter You." Cosmic influences take hold later on and mark this out as an accomplished package indeed.
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Wasteland EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: MTMLTD 006. Rel: 23 Jan 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Jioko (9:13)
  2. Wasteland
  3. Wasteland (Silat Beksi remix) (7:18)
Review: Ibiza based record store and label More Than Music look to accomplished artist Triptil for their next offering. Much loved minimalist Barac has already been playing these and it's easy to see why: 'Niko' is a carefree roller with curious pads and quirky sound designs colouring in the slippery house groove. 'Wasteland' is more menacing but just as fluid and perfectly stripped back, then Silat Beksi serves up a remix that is loop-house excellence for those more tripped out moments in the night. It's hard to pick a standout here, such is the quality overall.
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Cat: BLUECANDLE 1496. Rel: 23 Jan 20
  1. Cramp Your Style (2:15)
  2. Watcha Gonna Do About It (3:00)
Review: "Cramp Your Style" by All The People surely belongs among the canon of all time funk standards, sampled aplenty over the years, included on numerous compilations as well as being the recipient of cover versions from Breakestra and Killer Meters. Originally issued on the Blue Candle label back in 1972, a newly remastered edition of that 7" is now available for any funkateers out there without the 45 in their collections already. Robert Moore's yearning vocal sounds all the better for it too! And don't sleep on the bluesy delights of B side track "Watcha Gonna Do About It?".
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Step In To Our Life (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: DYNAM 7062. Rel: 24 Jan 20
  1. Step In To Our Life (5:29)
  2. For Real (3:50)
Review: In 1978, Roy Ayers and Wayne Henderson collaborated on Step Into Our Life, a definitive album of richly detailed jazz-funk and disco. One of its standout tracks was the title cut, which now gets its own standalone release on 7" by Dynamite Cuts. It's got conversational brass leads and a brilliantly loose-limbed groove all finished off with the sort of jazzy keys and harmonic chords you would expect of this pair. "For Real" is a little more intimate and loved up, with slick bass and sci-fi synths oiling the groove.

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Patchouli Blue (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: PIASD 5045LP. Rel: 24 Jan 20
  1. Total Falsch (7:16)
  2. Verwirrung Am Strand (5:15)
  3. Glaub Mir Kein Wort (5:12)
  4. Patchouli Blue (9:01)
  5. Deine Kusine (3:10)
  6. Vergessen & Vorbei (5:18)
  7. Sollen Es Doch Alle Wissen (3:33)
  8. Tief Gesunken (4:10)
  9. Zwei Herzen Aus Gold (5:19)
  10. Sag Mir, Wie Lang (5:35)
  11. Meine Welt Ist Schon (4:59)
Review: Bohren and Der Club of Gore has always been one of Germany's most intriguing and out there bands - a group rooted in grindcore and doom metal whose hard-to-pigeonhole output draws on a myriad of intriguing influences outside those intense styles. "Patchouli Blue", their tenth studio set since forming in 1992, is another moody and atmospheric gem: a challenging and experimental set that pits angst-ridden guitar textures against hallucinatory, David Lynch style cinematic sounds, hypnotic electronics and smoky, off-kilter jazz expressions. It's not a great departure from their previous albums, but when your sound is so distinctive - and inspired for that matter - why tear up the (Patchouli) blueprint?
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 in stock $20.97
Cat: ATALP 018. Rel: 23 Jan 20
  1. Opening Titles (4:49)
  2. Treasured Sacrament (4:26)
  3. Overgrown Icons (3:32)
  4. Downriver (3:48)
  5. Crossing The Rope Bridge (4:15)
  6. The People Of The Forest (3:46)
  7. Beneath The City Of The Monkey God (4:03)
  8. Escape From The Catacombs (3:04)
  9. Shamanic Brew (2:18)
  10. Who Is The Hunter, Who Is The Prey? (feat Chip Wickham) (1:17)
  11. Summoning The Monkey God (4:31)
  12. End Credits (feat Chip Wickham) (1:49)
Review: While initially inspired by some of the greats of Ethio-jazz, Leeds outfit The Sorcerers has recently expanded its repertoire to include sounds inspired by 1960s/70s soundtracks (particularly those by Ennio Morricone and Roy Budd), obscure Italian library music and Blaxploitation funk. The band's latest album riffs extensively on these vintage influences, delivering an "original soundtrack" to an imaginary film inspired by a headline in The National Geographic. It's a wonderfully atmospheric and evocative affair, with all 12 tracks sounding so authentically vintage and emotive that they could easily have been made and released 50 years ago. Whether you've checked their previous releases or not, this is well worth a listen.
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 in stock $21.78
Cat: CMC 247. Rel: 23 Jan 20
Funky/Club House
  1. John's Church (feat Nils Ohrmann - Honey Dijon & Luke Solomon Sunday Best remix) (6:49)
  2. Crusader (feat Jason Hodges - Riva Starr Bassbin remix) (5:24)
  3. John's Church (feat Nils Ohrmann - Mousse T extended Disco Shizzle remix) (5:51)
  4. The Delta (feat Matthew K & Daddy Hemingway - Kelly G Defected dub) (7:01)
Review: Classic do a fine job here of enlisting various remixers to tackle key tracks from German house maestro Oliver Dollar's latest album. Label boss Luke Solomun goes first in cahoots with Chicago originator Honey Dijon, and the pair cook up a steamy, raw and right on remix of the gospel house original. Riva Starr goes for a slamming house take on "Crusader" and the 90s superstar Mousse T brings plenty of disco dazzle. Kelly G might steal the show with a low slung, warm and feel good dub mix to close things out in style.
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 in stock $11.44
Cat: BBE 486CLP. Rel: 22 Jan 20
  1. Will Sessions & Amp Fiddler - "Lost Without You" (feat Dames Brown - DJ Andy Smith re-edit) (5:47)
  2. The New Jersey Connection - "Love Don’t Come Easy" (6:36)
  3. Ted Taylor - "Ghetto Disco" (6:57)
  4. Full Intention & Nick Reach Up - "Night Of My Life" (feat Jazz Morley) (5:13)
  5. Cela - "I'm In Love" (7:15)
  6. Chain Reaction - "Dance Freak" (6:43)
  7. Disco Circus - "Get Up & Dance" (Bad Bikini re-edit) (7:02)
  8. Gregg Diamond - "Star Cruiser" (6:05)
  9. The Gibson Brothers - "Heaven" (7:25)
  10. The Emotions - "You're The Best" (6:14)
  11. Greg Henderson - "Dreamin" (7:17)
  12. Claudja Barry - "Sweet Dynamite" (4:08)
  13. Serious Intention - "You Dont Know" (Crissy Kybosh remix) (6:58)
  14. The Armada Orchestra - "For The Love Of Money" (6:18)
  15. Ronnie Jones - "You & I" (5:54)
Review: It would be fair to say that Bristolian selector Andy Smith has extremely deep crates. It's for this reason that he's been responsible for tons of killer compilations over the years. This one, the second in his disco, boogie and proto-house focused "Reach Up" series, is another gem. It cheerily moves between disco old and new, mixing tried-and-tested classic cuts from the likes of the New Jersey Connection, Ted Taylor, Chain Reaction and The Gibson Brothers with more recent retro-futurist cuts (see his subtly house-friendly re-edit of Will Session and Amp Fiddler's superb "Lost Without You" and Full Intention and Nick Reach Up's modern electrofunk treat "Night of My Life"). While confirmed disco enthusiasts may own some of the tracks already, there's enough lesser known goodness to make the compilation an essential purchase.
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 in stock $24.51
Reach Up: Disco Wonderland Volume 2 (2xCD (CD1 mixed, CD2 unmixed))
Cat: BBE 486CCD. Rel: 22 Jan 20
  1. Ted Taylor - "Ghetto Disco"
  2. The Emotions - "You're The Best"
  3. The Armada Orchestra - "For The Love Of Money"
  4. The New Jersey Connection - "Love Don't Come Easy"
  5. Ronnie Jones - "You & I"
  6. Cela - "I'm In Love"
  7. Greg Henderson - "Dreamin"
  8. Disco Circus - "Get Up & Dance" (Bad Bikini re-edit)
  9. Serious Intention - "You Don't Know" (Crissy Kybosh remix)
  10. Claudja Barry - "Sweet Dynamite"
  11. Chain Reaction - "Dance Freak"
  12. Will Sessions & Amp Fiddler - "Lost Without You"
  13. Full Intention & Nick Reach Up - "Night Of My Life" (feat Jazz Morley)
  14. Gregg Diamond - "Star Cruiser"
  15. The Gibson Brothers - "Heaven"
  16. Will Sessions & Amp Fiddler - "Lost Without You" (feat Dames Brown - DJ Andy Smith Reach Up Disco Wonderland re-edit)
  17. Full Intention & Nick Reach Up - "Night Of My Life" (feat Jazz Morley)
  18. Ronnie Jones - "You & I"
  19. Gregg Diamond - "Star Cruiser"
  20. Cela - "I'm In Love"
  21. The New Jersey Connection - "Love Don't Come Easy"
  22. The Gibson Brothers - "Heaven"
  23. Serious Intention - "You Don't Know" (Crissy Kybosh remix - CD edit)
  24. Claudja Barry - "Sweet Dynamite"
  25. Disco Circus - "Get Up & Dance" (Bad Bikini re-edit - CD edit)
  26. Greg Henderson - "Dreamin"
  27. Ted Taylor - "Ghetto Disco"
  28. The Armada Orchestra - "For The Love Of Money"
Review: It would be fair to say that Bristolian selector Andy Smith has extremely deep crates. It's for this reason that he's been responsible for tons of killer compilations over the years. This one, the second in his disco, boogie and proto-house focused "Reach Up" series, is another gem. It cheerily moves between disco old and new, mixing tried-and-tested classic cuts from the likes of the New Jersey Connection, Ted Taylor, Chain Reaction and The Gibson Brothers with more recent retro-futurist cuts (see his subtly house-friendly re-edit of Will Session and Amp Fiddler's superb "Lost Without You" and Full Intention and Nick Reach Up's modern electrofunk treat "Night of My Life"). While confirmed disco enthusiasts may own some of the tracks already, there's enough lesser known goodness to make the compilation an essential purchase.
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 in stock $13.06
Cat: LER 1023. Rel: 23 Jan 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Gospel IV (5:08)
  2. Absublim XX (4:06)
  3. Massiv XIV (3:55)
  4. All Is Bliss (6:05)
  5. Places Of Soul (5:38)
  6. Green Earth (6:17)
  7. Feel The Forgotten Sense (5:10)
  8. Marshmallow Girls (4:36)
  9. Topless & Shaved (2:51)
  10. Drangendes Gleiten (5:30)
  11. Love (instrumental) (4:20)
  12. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (instrumental) (4:57)
  13. X Meets U (5:57)
  14. Je Vais Bien IV (4:44)
  15. Hang On (4:37)
  16. Ferns (6:14)
Review: Elusive Berlin outfit IAO were pioneering electronic artists who explored a wide sphere of sounds from techno to ambiance. This new collection spans recordings made between 1988 and 1995 at a time when the German city was undergoing great change. Achim Kohlberger (who went on to co-found Berlin Atonal Festival and UFO, now known as Tresor - Ralf Ostereich and Carsten Zielske were the final three members of the band at that time and here they were layering up sombre synths, drawing out nagging basslines and laying down uplifting percussive patterns that get you in a trance while you dance.
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  1. Donato Dozzy - "Sotto Ma Sotto" (Lucy remix) (6:13)
  2. Caterian Barbieri - "Virgo Rebellion" (Lucy remix) (6:15)
  3. Lucy & Klock - "War Lullaby" (Lucy remix) (6:31)
  4. Xhin - "Link" (Lucy remix) (7:01)
Review: With the 'Lucy Reworks' EP, label head Lucy, nom de techno of Luca Mortellaro, revisits four pivotal tracks from his label's peerless catalogue. In their original form, these tracks from Donato Dozzy, Caterina Barbieri, Lucy & Klock and Xhin each represent significant and deeply personal moments for Mortellaro in Stroboscopic Artefacts' history. And like the recent 'Ten Years Of Artefacts' album and the currently ongoing tour, this EP is a chance for Mortellaro to look back fondly at the label's past while closely considering its present and its future.
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Cat: BAP 134. Rel: 24 Jan 20
  1. The Hacker - "Passion" (2:55)
  2. Armonics - "Universal Oneness" (5:37)
  3. Discobeton - "Leave Me Superficial" (6:44)
  4. Voiron - "Voironia" (5:11)
Review: Bordello is back with a new compilation series: Diamonds In The Night. An homage to the hours of darkness (and the great composer who went by the name of Felli - R.I.P.). From ecstatic peak time dance floor action to erotic euphoria and its more edgy after hours just before dawn. For the first volume we've selected four fine diamonds by The Hacker and Voiron from France, Armonics from Italy and Discobeton from Bulgaria.

Through darkness diamonds spread their richest light...
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Paranoid Android (12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: BT 39. Rel: 22 Jan 20
  1. Robots Need Love Too (6:35)
  2. Paranoid Android (6:07)
  3. Nasty Bits (5:09)
  4. Electro Magnetic (6:08)
Review: American producer Jason McCracken aka Illektrolab started releasing music over 13 years ago, on labels like Satamile Records NYC and Advanced Robotiks. After a long hiatus, he returned in 2016 on Shipwrec (with the Illahertz EP) and now presents a great one here for London's Brokntoys, which sees the Arizona-based producer further pursue his penchant for dystopian low-end intensive aesthetics. From the in-your-face darkside electro bass of "Robots Need Love Too", to the ice cold minimalist beats of "Nasty Bits" and going out all guns blazing on the menacing sci-fi thriller "Electro Magnetic", it is certainly is a return to form by McCracken - and here's hoping for more releases by him in 2020.
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Gespielt von: Billy Nasty, Ali Renault
 in stock $11.17
Cat: COMERA 09. Rel: 21 Jan 20
  1. Rock Uit Iu (3:28)
  2. Rock Uit Iu (extended dub version) (4:01)
Review: Here is the new project by Italian rapper, disc jockey and record producer Davide Bassi, better known as Bassi Maestro. His releases on North of Loreto are a return to the origins that raised him musically; a tribute to the decade of the 80s and the electro funk/soul sounds of that period - in a varied and super fresh journey. His next one on the label is an all-time soul and disco classic from the late 70s, actually, revisited and rearranged in pure 80's plastic flavor by Bassi for his new label project. The combination between that MJ vocal, the vocoder harmonies and the block rockin' beats makes this one serious party starter. Only available as a 7" exclusive release and limited to 200 copies worldwide.
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 in stock $9.53
Cat: MSR 004. Rel: 23 Jan 20
  1. Cambanca Djombo (5:28)
  2. N'simba (6:20)
  3. Seiango (3:58)
  4. Ramedi Cu Kata Cura (4:54)
  5. Pamparira 79 (5:44)
  6. Luta Kana Maina No 1 (4:25)
  7. Sur Di No Pubis (5:06)
  8. Amelia Mane (4:58)
Review: Na Cambanca was the debut album from Guine Bissau band Super Mama DJombo back in 1980. By then, the band had already been together 20 years and had grown immensely popular in their homeland. They had a politically savvy band leader in Adriano Atchutchi and went on to play at President Luis Cabral's public speeches soon after the country gained independence in 1974. Their unique brand of African rock defines this album, which is a much sought after treasure on second hand websites that is long overdue a reissue. The most well-known track is "Pamparida" which was based on a children's song and became a huge hit throughout West Africa.
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Luminous Spaces (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: RUG 1100T. Rel: 24 Jan 20
  1. Luminous Spaces (7:06)
  2. Luminous Beings (11:53)
Review: Virtuoso musician Jon Hopkins and Kelly Lee Owens are a perfect compliment for each other on their new EP for Domino. Both are leaders in their field and used to exploring outside the usual lines, which is what they do here. "Luminous Spaces" was meant to be an Owens remix of a track from Hopkins' 2018 album SIngularity but instead she recorded new synths and vocals for it. The result is sparkling bit of melodic and astral techno that gets you lost in the lushness as you sink ever further into a trance. "Luminous Beings" is a deeper anymore thoughtful vision that makes a different but equally real impact.
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LSR No 04 (12")
Cat: LSR 004. Rel: 24 Jan 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. D - 2403 - 19 (7:24)
  2. H - 2403 - 19 (5:58)
  3. K - 1205 - 19 (6:52)
Review: The Lisiere Collectif trio have clocked up some pretty impressive credits so far, not least on Mike Grant's Moods & Grooves. For their next trick, though, they return to their own label LSR for a fourth EP of dreamscape tech. Fist out of the blocks is the intergalactic adventure that is "D - 2403 - 19" with its warped acid bass and twinkling melodic rain. "H - 2403 - 19" is more melancholic, with pensive bass and a nagging lead bringing a sense of loss. "K - 1205 - 19" is the most kinetic of the lot, with brisk drum programming and a whole eco-system of deft sonic details making it as colourful as it is compelling,
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No Way Back (remastered) (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: TX 112. Rel: 23 Jan 20
Deep House
  1. No Way Back (vocal mix) (5:02)
  2. No Way Back (instrumental mix) (4:58)
Review: Although there may be many copies of this release knocking around, this reissue follows in line with the high-grade series of remastered classics that Trax have issued in recent times. When it comes to primordial house music there can be few originals as essential as this jam from Adonis. Whether you plump for the unhinged metallic vocal version or the focused pressure of the instrumental, dancefloors across the globe have lost their proverbials to this track for over thirty years for good reason. If you don't own it already then this pumped up release may be just the thing to make a classic swing with the beefiest of modern productions.
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Gespielt von: Doo
 in stock $8.71
Dwell (limited coloured vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: GI 344LPC1. Rel: 24 Jan 20
  1. Dwell (6:15)
  2. Nobilia (3:27)
  3. Black Letter (5:43)
  4. Interlude 1 (2:43)
  5. Mirror Games (6:08)
  6. Cure (5:06)
  7. Interlude 2 (2:52)
  8. Surface (4:52)
  9. Moon Pearl (6:27)
  10. Wire Threat (6:00)
Review: Dwell is Recondite's sixth sumptuous album, and is a return to the Ghostly label that first released him in 2013. Since then his style has remained true to his gliding, delicate, hypnotic techno roots, with only the most subtle sonic evolutions marking each new record. This one takes in wandering and melancholic numbers like the title track as well as darker trips like "Black Letter". Each and every time, tracks are built on frictionless grooves, with the most deft synths layered up and twinkling keys gently sprinkled up top. What Recondite does, he does very well.
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Cat: IARC 0029CD. Rel: 24 Jan 20
  1. Build A Nest (feat Ruby Parker)
  2. C'mon Now
  3. Fusion Swirl
  4. After The Rain
  5. Metamorphoses
  6. Gnarciss
  7. Lydian Etc
  8. Del Rio
  9. 3 For L
  10. Go Away
  11. Max Brown
Review: Is there a more on-point modern jazz label than Chicago's International Anthem? The imprint has a knack of releasing far-sighted music that goes way beyond standard jazz, offering up spiritual and experimental fusions fully in-keeping with the genre's genre-defying roots. This solo set from Tortoise guitarist Jeff Parker - his second for International Anthem following 2016's "The New Breed" - is a superb example. Breathlessly eclectic in the most inspiring of ways, it sees Parker combine virtuoso jazz guitar solos and mangled, guitar-powered aural textures with all manner of live and sampled sounds to create a dizzyingly good album that variously touches on soul-jazz, post-rock, free improvisation, Terry Riley style minimalist soundscapes, ambient, jazz-funk and much more besides. In a word: brilliant.
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Cat: SUARA 381. Rel: 22 Jan 20
  1. Arc Mode (5:46)
  2. Arc Mode (Mark Broom remix) (5:02)
  3. Redeemer (6:02)
  4. Astral Cell (6:02)
Review: British techno legend Kirk Degiorgio makes a surprise appearance for Spanish main room techno purveyors Suara here. The man behind seminal releases over the last 28 years as Elegy As One or Korrupt Data among others, and running the Applied Rhythmic Technology (ART) label, you can sure bet Degiorgio brings the goods when called upon - and the Arc Mode EP is no exception. The title track is a barrelling peak time thriller, leading you through the strobelights and smoke machine with its dense dub chords, hypnotic acid and steely rhythms. Fellow UK legend Mark Broom steps aboard for a remix which reduces the track down to its cyclical elements, much like his own acclaimed productions on the Beardyman imprint. On the flip, feel the power on the pummelling warehouse energy of "Redeemer" which captures that Sunday morning Berghain vibe perfectly, and closed out by the adrenalised and hypnotic sonar transmissions of "Astral Cell".
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Gespielt von: Ben Sims
 in stock $10.08
Stolen & Contaminated Songs (reissue) (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: CSRLP 276. Rel: 24 Jan 20
  1. Futhur (4:23)
  2. Original Chaostrophy (1:51)
  3. Who'll Tell (3:14)
  4. Omlagus Garfungiloops (4:24)
  5. Inkling (2:46)
  6. Love's Secret Domain (4:09)
  7. Nasa Arab (11:01)
  8. Who'll Fall (5:37)
  9. The Original Wild Garlic Memory (7:03)
  10. Wrim Wram Wrom (3:10)
  11. Corybantic Ennui (1:43)
  12. Her Friends The Wolves (9:56)
  13. Light Shining Darkly (2:59)
Review: In 1992, Coil followed up their critically acclaimed '91 album "Love's Secret Domain" with a set of outtakes, unreleased songs and alternate versions recorded during the same sessions. Of course, little they produced in that period was ever less than inspired, and "Stolen and Contaminated Songs" was a far better set than its "odds and ends" nature suggested it would be - as this timely reissue proves. Flitting between string-drenched neo-classical, exotic Indian soundscapes, otherworldly ambient-jazz, Cabaret Voltaire style industrial-electro, contemporaneous ambient house dreaminess, beat-free soundscapes and weird electronic experiments, it's a kaleidoscopic and hugely entertaining affair that's well worth a place in your collection.
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Cat: PPRLP 236. Rel: 20 Jan 20
  1. Hot Stop (2:48)
  2. Jimmy Jack (2:47)
  3. Stampede (3:01)
  4. Keep It Cool (3:11)
  5. Joe Grind (3:04)
  6. Pop The Trunk (3:25)
  7. Lunar Eclipse (3:30)
  8. Women's Rules (3:39)
  9. Burning Bush (3:17)
  10. Dirty Reggae (3:23)
Review: The Aggrolites formed in 2002 and brought together two different Los Angeles reggae and ska bands in the Vessels and The Rhythm Doctors. They started as a backing outfit for Derrick Morgan but soon went on to do their own thing, uncoiling this debut album from 2003. It was laid down in just one day, with each track being done in one take and lyrics being dreamt up on the spot. The results are compelling and take in high speed riddims, swaggering dubs and even a cover of a nursery rhyme.
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Cat: NA 5189CD. Rel: 24 Jan 20
  1. More Mess On My Thing
  2. The Wedge
  3. When You Feel It, Grunt If You Can (Complete take)
Review: In 1969, Bootsy Collins and his band were asked to record a demo for James Brown, who was looking for a new backing combo. As history proves, the recording they provided met with the Godfather of Soul's approval and the J.B's were born. This essential CD from Now-Again Records presents that demo recording, "Don't Mess On My Thing", for the first time. It's as heavy and energetic as you'd expect, though if anything the two accompanying unreleased tracks are even better. There's the deeper, jazzier warmth of "The Wedge" - all glistening guitar solos, low-slung grooves and fluid electric piano solos - and the complete take of "When You Feel It, Grunt If You Can", a 22-minute, jammed-out medley of two songs that's little less than incredible.
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Blinded (12")
Cat: ONEF 023. Rel: 24 Jan 20
Drum And Bass
  1. STK (5:13)
  2. Black Shield (feat Visages) (5:14)
  3. Cursive (feat Alix Perez) (3:46)
  4. Blinded (5:17)
Review: The future's so bright for Monty he has to wear shades. So will you too when you drop fithlets like these and see the carnage that follows. Some of the young Frenchman's best work to date, across the full EP we're treated to the full Monty and a few cheeky cameo collaborations. Expect nothing but absolute brawlers ("STK", "Blinded"), slinky emotional ones ("Black Shield" with Visages) creepy, sewer-bound funk loaded with surprises and twists and turns ("Cursive" with the label bossman Alix Perez) and totally uncategorizable firing future funk ("Quest") Blinding.
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The Tease (12")
Cat: RMS 012. Rel: 21 Jan 20
Deep House
  1. The Tease (6:24)
  2. Stomp (7:43)
  3. BEP (6:49)
  4. Soul Searching (HVBR edit) (7:47)
Review: George Feely's previous outings on Random Mind State offered "Random Edits" - floor-focused reworks that combined loops and samples from disco and funk cuts with contemporary drum machine rhythms. On his return to the imprint after a two-year absence Feely flips the script, instead offering up a quartet of personal productions on a house tip. Up first is the garage-influenced peak-time bump of "The Tease" - all ear-catching stabs, swinging drums and raw analogue bass, before turning your attention to the hip-house-goes-rave insanity of acid-fired highlight "Stomp". There's a slightly deeper but similarly retro-futurist feel about B-side opener "BEP", while "Soul Searching (HVBR Edit)" is a fine house style revision of what sounds like a Philadelphia Soul classic.
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 in stock $10.88
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