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We won't get into the complex history of Candi Staton's "Hallelujah Anyway", but suffice to say that it has been remixed and re-modeled in a myriad of ways over the years. This Glitterbox edition boasts two previously unheard rubs, including a flipside Frankie Knuckles presents Directors Cut "Soul Praise" version that for some reason missed the cut (sorry) back in 2012. While that's good - Knuckles reworks were always luscious, warm and celebratory, and this is no different. Moplen's "Classic Vibe" mix is slower and groovier with a wonderful '90s New Jersey feel (albeit with a touch of gospel-disco flavour), and sounds like a summer anthem in the making.
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Since Deepchord helped launch Astral Industries with the sublime "Lanterns" double-album in 2014, the London label has gone on to become a reliable source of dreamy ambient techno and blissful, otherworldly ambience (for proof, check out the releases from Waveform Transmission, the Chi Factory and Heavenly Music Corporation). Predictably, Deepchord's return to the imprint is every bit as wonderful as you'd expect. While naturally underpinned by restless dub techno rhythms and wrapped in Rod Modell's usual densely layered aural textures, the two tracks that make up Immersions are far wavier and more ambient-focused than much of the Detroit producer's work. And, yes, both tracks are exceedingly immersive. You shouldn't need a second invitation to dive right in.
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Desroi - Dwell In Motion
12"
$12.03
Desroi debuts on Avian. Shifted's Avian label returns to fore with a heady, five track offering from German producer, Desroi. In keeping with the label's finely tuned aesthetic concerns, the music draws from a reduced palette - keeping the colours muted & the tone driven and direct, focusing instead on drawing out pleasing textures & subtle rhythmic anomalies via intricate use of delay and reverb, to arrive at a sweet spot between dance-floor potency & the more cerebral posits of the Techno genre. Tethered at the base by cavernous low end, heady drum machine programming drives the work - often married with a single warping synth motif shifting about the sonic periphery, modulated carefully across the course of the recording's run time to create both moments of heads down introspection & outright hysteria. Like much of the best work on the label, the music has a DIY quality that belies its complexity, but at the same time lends to its undoubted effectiveness. Desroi's ability to harness the full force of such a limited collection of elements is testament to the producer's skill as an artist within the genre, creating a powerful sense of cohesion on his Avian debut.
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Various - Cocoon Compilation R
CD
$10.67
In the sprawling press release accompanying the latest Cocoon compilation - "R", their umpteenth CD to be named after a letter of the alphabet - there's a lot about blurring the boundaries between different genres of techno, and little concrete info. The basics, though, are pretty simple: like its' predecessor, the club-focused set boasts 12 cuts selected by boss man Sven Vath. There's plenty to enjoy from start to finish, from the stylish, '80s new wave pop-meets-Euro-techno vibes of International Anything's "The Future Is Here", and the driving tribal drums and sweeping, alien-sounding chords of Inigo Kennedy's "Black Light", to the moody Dutch techno freakiness of Ambivalent and Alden Tyrell's "War Island", and the sparkling electronics, positive vibes and skewed drum machine hits of John Heckle's superb "Fantasy".
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Alex Cortex - N (reissue)
12"
$9.84
HOUSEWAX presents Alex Cortex. After his great debut on RAWAX with the "Knorke EP", Alex gave us his groundbreaking release from 2008 called "N". He felt it's too good to be forgotten. We felt the same and now this beauty is ready to make people happy again - not only those on Discogs!
Damian Lazarus / The Ancient Moons - Heart Of Sky
CD
$10.67
On this second album from his Ancient Moons project, Damian Lazarus has decided to switch focus. Whereas the outfit's debut album, Message From The Other World, combined global music influences with Lazarus's usual tech-house rhythms and a touch of psychedelia, Heart of Sky is much more heavily influenced by the Crosstown Rebels' chief's rarely discussed soul boy roots. Of course, the beats and basslines still largely stick to the powder house script, it's just that this time they come accompanied by starry-eyed soul vocals, 1960s dream pop influences, bold piano flourishes, gospel choruses and, on rare occasions, smoky trip-hop aesthetics. As a result, it's undoubtedly a much more "human" album, and one with far more crossover potential than its predecessor.
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Dj Q / Various - Fabriclive 99
CD
$11.49
Thanks to a career spent spearheading the post UK-garage "bassline" and "UK funky" movements, DJ Q's status as one of British bass music's innovators is assured. As a result, the DJ/producer's belated first contribution to the FabricLive mix has the air of a victory parade or lap of honour. Over half of the dizzying 32 tracks on offer are unreleased exclusives from his own archive of personal productions, with the rest made up of killer cuts from friends and associates, all bar one of which have never before seen the light of day. Unsurprisingly, the resultant mix hangs together brilliantly, offering up a thrill-a-minute ride packed with skipping, hip-swinging drums, sweet cut-up soul vocals, wobbly electronics and sub-bass so weighty your guts will start dancing to their own hyperactive tune.
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These days, Mulatu Astatke is widely considered to be the "Godfather of Ethiopian jazz". Yet when he recorded the two-part "Afro-Latin Soul" album in 1966, he'd just left music college in Boston. As this fine reissue proves, Astatke was years ahead of the game. While rooted in American jazz from the period, all tracks draw heavily on Cuban jazz, in particular, as well as Ethiopian musical traditions. In truth, the latter aspect doesn't come through quite as strongly as you'd perhaps expect, though some of the album's highlights draw more heavily on the percussive polyrhythms of Africa. Regardless, this is a superb set of forward-thinking global jazz that delivers high quality entertainment from start to finish.
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