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Aussie audio explorers Mildlife made a big impression with their debut album, Phase, which earned copious amounts of praise from the likes of DJ magazine, Mojo, BBC Six Music and The Guardian. Buoyed by this unexpected success, they returned to the studio and recorded "Phase II" - an 11-minute journey split into two parts, here spread across both sides of a 7" single. A-side "Part 1" is a wonderfully languid affair, with the band adding spacey Moog solos and 1960s British spy movie guitars to a lolloping rhythm track that sits somewhere between soul and jazz-funk. The "Part II" flipside version is noticeably slower, groovier and more of a head-trip, with fluttering flute solos rising above the band's impeccable rhythm section and intoxicating aural textures.
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Last year, Astral Industries dived into the back catalogue of obscure ambient explorer Heavenly Music Corporation (AKA film and TV composer Kim Cascone) to present the first vinyl release of superb 1995 album "Lunar Phase". Here, they offer the same treatment to 1993's "In A Garden of Eden", Cascone's first solo release. It, too, is something of an overlooked classic, albeit one whose inspirations were more pastoral and natural than the stargazing Lunar Phase. The set is notable not only for its Pete Namlook-esque use of dreamy, elongated chords, but also for the presence of hyponotic, Global Communication style melodic movements and Cascone's liberal use of sound effects and field recordings, which bring to mind the KLF's legendary ambient house album, "Chill Out".
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Having spent the last few years showcasing his wares on an impressive collection of labels - Dekmantel and Ghostly International included - the Matrixxman Charles McCloud Duff has decided to launch his own imprint, The Grid. Naturally, he provides the label's debut release, offering up six deep space outings stretched across two slabs of wax. While there are a couple of more atmospheric, ambient-leaning cuts - see the quietly pulsing electronic space symphony "Data Link", and Pete Namlook style bliss of "Invitations" - the majority of the release is formidably floor-focused. Highlights include the restless, all-action late night creepiness of "Compromised", the bleeping techno-funk of "Password", and the hybrid Detroit Techno-goes-to-Berlin shuffle of closer "Quantum Bandwidth".
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Waajeed - Strength
12"
$9.60
Waajeed is proud to present 'Strength', a cathartic EP due September 14th on his own imprint, DIRT TECH RECK. For this four-track package he's enrolled three Detroit natives to collaborate; Ideeyah provides soulful vocals whilst Jon Dixon and Jay Daniel offer two diverse remixes. A Detroit dream team, if you will. The title track is a radiant, melodic groover that looks to the sky for inspiration. Ideeyah's lyrics battle with self-doubt, searching for solace in the harmonies around them, yet her vocals exude pure power. For his own 'String Mix', Waajeed elevates the delicate sentiment of the original to a sun-drenched dose of uplifting house. Additionally, Waajeed will perform across 17 dates for an extended tour between August and October this year, including shows at the legendary Sub Club in Glasgow and Movement Festival Torino. "Strength" is the first of two singles from his full LP called "From the Dirt" out in November.
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More from glassy-eyed deep house retro-futurist Michael Baltra, who returns to Of Paradise following a string of fine EPs for the likes of Lost Paradise and Tape Throb. In keeping with this previous output, "Can't Explain It" ripples with colourful, kaleidoscopic intent, with the producer serving up warm and melodious cuts that doff a cap to vintage records from Chicago, New York and Italy. The title track, where male and female spoken word vocals, dreamy chords and blissful synthesizer lines weave in and out of a crunchy drum machine rhythm, sets the tone, before Baltra tips a wink to Calypso of House and Morenas on daydreaming deep house anthem "Fantasy". Also impressive is closer "Track 4 (Omega)", a more chugging and lo-fi affair that nevertheless comes smothered in soft-focus synth-work and dreamscape chords.
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The "Coordinates" series is a fresh project from Freerotation regular and concept-embracing techno producer Aboutface. According to the detailed blurb provided by the label, each track "explores the aural terrain of two sets of location coordinates around the world". So, if you stuck the co-ordinates listed as the A-side title into Google Maps, it would point to the Chiapas region in Mexico where our hero encountered (and recorded the sound of) bats. On the resultant track, his ultrasound bat recordings rise and fall around a glistening, life-affirming workout inspired by both the Motor City and early UK ambient techno. Side B, whose title co-ordinates point to a location in Lincolnshire, is an ultra deep ambient house masterpiece laden with tropical rainforest noises and poignant melodies.
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Julie Mcdermott - Don't Go
12"
$10.42
Here, Gerd Janson and Ejeca offer an answer to an age-old question: how do you remix a stone cold classic? Their various versions of Awesome 3 and Julie McDermott's 1992 hardcore anthem "Don't Go" (whose iconic vocal remains instantly recognizable 26 years on) are relatively reverential, utilizing almost all of the original version's key ingredients (rave stabs, bustling breakbeats and one of the rave era's bounciest piano riffs). Janson's "Remix" and "VIP" dub versions operate at a slightly slower tempo to suit house dancefloors, but retain the energy and rush-inducing bliss associated with the Awesome 3 cut. Ejeca takes a different approach, slamming down a stomping four-to-the-floor take rich in mind-altering stabs, MK style cut-up vocals and heavy percussive build-ups.
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Redux Inc - Shake Your Body Down (To The Ground)
12"
$18.64
We're not quite sure who's behind the Redux Inc series - naturally, they're keeping their heads down - but we can confirm that this debut 12" is rather tasty. As the title makes clear, both cuts are dancefloor-minded reworks of one of the most celebrated, disco-era Jacksons tunes. The A-side "Full Vocal Club Mix" is effectively a tasty dancefloor extension/re-edit with a few subtle new touches and a lightly tightened beat that should make mixing a whole lot easier. The flipside "Dubbed Out Voxapella Mix" is slightly more revolutionary, with the Redux Inc. crew bringing the beat in and out while the acapella and key musical ingredients (the song's familiar piano refrain and horn lines, specifically) take centre stage.
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