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Cat: CR 12013. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Dub
  1. Digid & Dubbing Sun - "The Journey" (feat Ras Addis) (4:25)
  2. Digid & Dubbing Sun - "Journey Dub" (4:27)
  3. Bukkha - "Journey" (remix) (4:39)
  4. Digid & Dubbing Sun - "Track 4" (3:17)
Review: This is a serious weight serving of dub that sounds truly deadly on the right system. It comes from a gaggle of producers and MCs as far as Austria (the Dubbing Sun collective), Spain by way of Louisiana(Bukkha) and Belgium (Digid) all mixed in with a healthy dose of Babylon bliss. Opener "The Journey" has rumbling kicks stumbling beneath taut electronic chords as Ras Addis' mutterings continually melt away. This is followed by a more upbeat and driven remix before the tense beatless version closes things out.
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Noi (12")
Cat: SLK 005. Rel: 15 Oct 18
Industrial/Noise
  1. Noi 1 (7:01)
  2. Noi 2 (6:57)
  3. Noi 3 (6:04)
  4. Noi 4 (5:49)
Review: Following up some great tracks on Pinkman, Mannequin and Malka Tuti in recent times, British synth wizard George Thompson returns under the Black Merlin alias - delivering some bold EBM and electro-noir antics for Berlin imprint She's Lost Kontrol. The rusty grind of analogue arpeggios, with minimal rhythms awash in icy trails of reverb plus guttural howls through walls of distortion shall taunt you throughout the sonic contents of the Noi EP. While Thompson sure has a knack for nailing all the hallmarks of early industrial music, he still finds time for the same tribal meditative minimalism found on his Karamika project as heard on the riveting "Noi 2" - one of the EP's highlights.
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  1. Giovanni Damico - "No Al Maltrattamento Dei Samples" (5:29)
  2. Pascal Viscardi - "La Ragazza Del Lago" (6:19)
  3. Marcello Napoletano - "Insignami" (6:55)
  4. Lucretio - "I Piu Piccoli" (6:33)
  5. Christian Lisco - "55" (5:02)
  6. Paolo - "Pericolo" (5:20)
  7. Bassa Clan - "Notte Brava" (6:57)
  8. Fede Lng - "La Volpe" (4:58)
Review: According to La Chinerie themselves. after repping their dear home of France on the first volume, they are 'this time enlightening Italy's house scene through an eclectic V/A gathering eight tracks from eight talented macaronis.' Southern Italy represents in the form of Salerno's Giovanni Damico with the funky and dusty soul heaven of "No Al Maltrattamento Dei Samples" while Lecce's finest Marcello Napoletano delivers the goods as always on the gritty house shenanigans of "Insignami". Elsewhere, there's Restoration's Lucretio (via Berlin of course) delivering some muscular, hardware oriented grooves on "I Piu Piccoli" while the north of The Beautiful Country represents too, rest assured, in the from of Bologna's Bassa Clan with the bouncy and swinging NYC circa '94 vibe of "Notte Brava".
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Cat: BUBE 038. Rel: 05 Aug 19
International
  1. Letta Mbulu - "Nomalizo" (Petko Turner edit) (8:06)
  2. Camila Costa - "Ponto Das Caboclas" (Bete re-edit) (5:36)
  3. Ebo Taylor - "Odofo Nyi Akyiri Biara" (Chillum Trio Afrobass Flip) (7:13)
  4. Birdhouse - "Berimbao" (4:17)
Review: DJ Gandharva and Von Yodi's long serving Budabeats label is always a trusted source for razor sharp disco digs and more esoteric sounds from the four corners of the earth, and they continue their recent leap to vinyl with this stunning selection of jams from the southern hemisphere. Letta Mbulu's Soweto funk gets a little edit treatment from Petko Turner, while BeTe takes on Camila Costa's gorgeous Ponto Das Caboclas for a perfect sundown reflection led by tender acoustic strumming. Chillum Trio work up a sweat over Ebo Taylor's "Odofo Nyi Akyiri Biara", creating a certifiable party burner in the process, and then Birdhouse completes the package with the irrepressibly funky "Berimbao".
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Destruction EP (limited 12")
Cat: GOOILAND 06/ET023. Rel: 10 Jul 13
Coldwave/Synth
  1. The World Falls Apart
  2. She's In Love
  3. Orrendamente Solo
  4. Destruction
Review: Hot on the heels of the updated DAF stylings of that Schwefelgelb 12", Enfant Terrible / Gooiland Elektro demonstrate the breadth of their output with this plate from Tobias Bernstrup. A decorated contemporary artist from Gothenburg, Bernstrup is one of those annoyingly talented individuals who works across visual, interactive, performance art and electronic music mediums and if there's a new wave of Italo Disco he's definitely amongst the top 5%. The Destruction EP is classic Bernstrup mixing elements of Italo with synth pop and at times it sounds like Bernard Sumner's been in the studio with Ali Renault. Dancefloor hits for the neo-romantics among us!
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Broad St Pressure (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: PKWY 08. Rel: 30 Jul 18
Deep House
  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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Dough Boy (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: ARC 16. Rel: 30 Jan 19
Bass
  1. Dough Boy (5:46)
  2. Can't You See (6:41)
Review: His first new material as Basic Rhythm since his 2017 album The Basics, the London artist known as East Man steps over to Warp offshoot Arcola for two heady dancefloor slap-abouts. "Dough Boy" is a beautiful magpie of a track that comprises classic jungle pads, a naughty LFO style bassline and Art Of Noise-style talking keyboard notes while "Can't You See" slows the rave right down and strips the vibe right back to its emotional, naked essentials. With an EP on Sneakers Social Club coming up soon too, it's a great time to be a Basic Rhythm fan right now.
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Remix EP (12")
Cat: FILM 008. Rel: 21 Feb 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Muddy Puddle Trot (Luke Vibert remix) (3:51)
  2. Kurzweil Dame (Eva Geist remix) (3:15)
  3. Marzipan Leftlovers (Ignazz remix) (4:06)
  4. Muddy Puddle Trot (Guavid remix) (4:20)
  5. Triangulate Dither (Philipp Otterbach remix) (5:38)
Review: This remix package by the mysterious Brainwaltzera (Furthur Electronix/Analogical Force) features cuts from his enviable discography, including reinterpretations of recordings featured on the recently released Poly-Ana LP on Berlin based Film - which received plaudits from underground dance music heavyweights. From the the candy inflected electro of "Muddy Puddle Trot" remixed by legend Luke Vibert, Berlin based synthesist Eva Geist (AKA Andrea Noce) and her brooding, slow-burning gothic noir on the "Kurzweil Dame" remix or Philipp Otterbach's evocative ambient rendition of "Triangulate Dither" awash in reverb drenched textures and metallic FM synthesis.
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Epi Log EP (12")
Cat: FILM 012. Rel: 23 Jan 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Triangulate Dither (Fairytall version) (3:35)
  2. Laif Of Smit (3:17)
  3. [Take 2] (4:01)
  4. Count_Dem_Pops (1:55)
  5. Bad Endgar (3:02)
  6. Dropp On Gminor (3:35)
Review: After the ultra-limited white vinyl edition of Brainwaltzera's superb "Epi Log EP" sold out in record time last year, Film has bowed to demand and served up this speedy black vinyl reissue. If you missed out first time around (and many of us did), it's worth picking up. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the mind-altering throb of "Doctor Who"-goes-dub techno pulse of "Triangulate Dither (Fairytall version)" and deep space bliss of "[Take 2]", to the Autechre style IDM breakbeats and chiming melodies of "Count_Dem_Pops". Brainwaltzera even chucks in a track that sounds like Boards of Canada jamming with Dam Funk (the dreamy "Bad Endgar"), which sounds every bit as wonderful as it looks on paper.
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Boe XXX (double 12")
Cat: BOE XXX. Rel: 17 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Leif - "That Ice Cream Tune"
  2. Ben Boe - "Spectral Gate"
  3. Nick Lawson - "Wharf Aquatics"
  4. Life Recorder - "Butterflies"
  5. Reedale Rise - "Quadrex"
  6. John Shima - "Liberation"
Review: Having served for eight years as one of the most dependable outlets for deep, thought provoking house in the UK, Boe Recordings recently announced its plans to shut up shop, and it does so in style. Calling on regular artists as well as fresh talent, it's a perfect swansong that demonstrates just how much quality is to be found in the Boe back catalogue. Leif's "That Ice Cream Tune" is a hypnagogic slice of broken beat, while label boss Ben Boe gets into a dreamy 2-step state of mind. That's just the tip of the iceberg on this flawless double-pack from a label that will be sorely missed.
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Cat: SPQR1135 / BSTX009RR. Rel: 20 May 19
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Shadows From Nowhere (5:29)
  2. Marie (4:48)
  3. Shadows From Nowhere (Danilo Braca ReVision) (9:03)
Review: Celso Valli's one-off project Blue Gas produced an all-time Balearic killer in "Shadows From Nowhere". It's so smooth, Best Records have decided to return to it after their 2016 reissue with a fresh proposition for the diggers who can't get enough of this timeless gem. This time around, New York-based producer Danilo Braca has been given free reign to deliver his own interpretation on the B side, coming up with a nine-minute dream that accentuates the rhythm section and nudges up the tempo just a touch to make it supremely funky, but without losing that all important dreamy atmosphere.
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Shadows From Nowhere (Danilo Braca mix) (limited blue vinyl 12")
Cat: SPQR1135 / BSTX009RRBLUE. Rel: 20 May 19
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Shadows From Nowhere (5:29)
  2. Marie (4:48)
  3. Shadows From Nowhere (Danilo Braca ReVision) (9:04)
Review: In the previous reissues we talked so much about this fantastic piece and "Marie", a very cinematic and supportive song, that now it is appropriate to dwell on the re-visited version of Danilo Braca that extends beautifully on the AA side of this new remastered reprint. Danilo who lives in the big apple often frequents Ibiza, perhaps also for this he has been able to exalt the most rhythmic elements of "Shadows from Nowhere", putting the beautiful falsetto beats to excessive movements, just like the waves that wash themselves on the sandy beaches of the White Island. His teacher Mario Gentili from Layer Bows added a beautiful arrangement for the strings and his Italian-New York collaborator Alvise Marino spread some fragments of guitar powder on top. That's it. 9 minutes of pure bliss, but also of catchy rhythm!
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Cat: T 035. Rel: 20 Aug 19
Clásico/Ska
  1. Eric Monty Morris - "Mama No Fret" (2:46)
  2. Baba Brooks Band - "Smokey Ska" (2:53)
Review: These long treasured ska joints have long been unavailable - or at least near impossible to track down - even on the second hand market. A-side "Mama No Fret" was first released by Jamaican rocksteady singer Eric "Monty" Morris on Duke Reid's Treasure Isle label in 1964. It's a beautifully warm and upbeat track with a joyous trumpet and aloof vocals. The B-side is from Jamaican trumpet player Baba Brooks and features his fantastic lead over the top of a quickened and swaggering ska beat. Perfect sunshine music if ever we heard it.
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Mutant EP (double 12")
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Cat: 31 RS044. Rel: 04 Oct 19
Drum And Bass/Jungle
  1. Mutant (5:42)
  2. Dictate (6:25)
  3. Enigma (6:26)
  4. Step Two (6:04)
Review: Andre Sobota is Bungle, the Brazilian producer tearing up the contemporary drum & bass landscape with his hard hitting rhythms. He only tends to put out one EP a year, but that changes this autumn with three missives all landing in the space of two months. This is the first and features four cuts on two slabs of wax. "Mutant" starts out as an icy liquid roller before being ripped apart by rasping synths, "Dictate" is a glistening stomper with raga vocal stabs and melodic shimmers while "Enigma" is a dark, twisting and turning track that takes you down a rabbit hole. "Step Two" finishes things off in rump-wiggling jump up fashion and closes out a devastating release.
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Cat: ECHOCORDCOLOUR 039. Rel: 15 Aug 17
Techno
  1. Sandtext (6:55)
  2. Wet (6:23)
  3. Backstroke (6:53)
Review: Edinburgh's Stephen Brown has always (and still is) waving the techno flag way up high for the Scottish nation. The man has been on it since the mid 90s, and it's safe to se late him as a veritable veteran by now. This new EP for the excellent Echocord feels like a natural turn of events, especially given how magnificently dubby "Sandtext" feels like. "Wet" tries to offer a bumpier sort of ride thanks to sliding chords and huge slabs of bass, while "Backstroke" goes in with that classic, Sun-kissed dub techno flex which Brown, among others, helped to solidify.
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Cat: SE 1012. Rel: 05 Aug 19
Disco/Reediciones
  1. World Gruuv (7:14)
  2. Profesora (9:15)
Review: Having previously blessed us with "Ocean Side" two years back, Benedek and Tom Noble return to Superior Elevation with two more Balearic gems. One for the night time, one for sunrise; "World Gruuv" hits the boogie spot with spiralling keys wandering freely up and down a tight shimmering synth-bass led groove. Meanwhile "Profesora" on the B brings us back into reality softly with its addictive percussive hook, aquatic backing and totally tropical taste. Imagine Art Of Noise on Claremont 56 and you're on the right route.
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Candid Fireworks (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: SE 1008. Rel: 05 Aug 19
Deep House
  1. Candid Fireworks (Tom Noble remix) (5:28)
  2. Candid Fireworks (7:11)
Review: Tom Noble's Superior Elevation label started life as a home for reissues of obscure disco and boogie material, but has since widened its remit to include original productions. Here, Noble welcomes fellow Brooklyn resident Willie Burns to the label for a spot of sweaty, basement-bothering house business. Intriguingly, Burns original - nestled on the flipside - is the looser of the two, with dexterous percussion hits accompanying restless drum machine hits and a killer, New Jersey influenced bassline. Noble chooses not to emphasize these disco elements, instead delivering a wild, low-slung, dub style reinterpretation that turns it into a surging, late night house stomper.
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Klockworks 20.1 (double 12")
Cat: KLOCKWORKS 20.1. Rel: 03 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Etapp Kyle - "Essay" (5:29)
  2. Jon Hester - "Let's Go" (5:26)
  3. Adam Craft - "Aphite 49" (6:31)
  4. Sterac - "Lately" (6:37)
  5. Ben Klock - "Twenty" (6:29)
  6. DVS1 - "In The Middle" (6:39)
  7. Trevino - "Sombre Tones" (4:53)
Review: The good chaps over at Hardwax, Klockworks' own distribution network, are calling this a "perfectionist techno compilation" and, in their own words, it comes "warmly recommended". We agree with both of statements, and believe this to be a fine piece of work from the Ben Klock collective. Perhaps listeners won't hear anything drastically game-changing in here, but it is certainly all dance music of the highest calibre, from a collection of artists who have truly crafted a neat and elegant vision of techno music. On this double, the first in an upcoming series, there's a mixture of old and new faces all coming together to showcase the sound they've been so close to over the years; the wonderful Sterac makes an appearance with a refreshingly off-kilter blur of dub techno on "Lately", while Ben Klock himself comes through with the ice-cold bleeps of "Twenty", and the mighty DVS1 blasts out some penetrative percussion folds on "In The MIddle. Trevino rocks the boat with "Sombre Tones", whereas relative newcomers Etapp Kyle and Jon Hester turn in their own 5am bullets.
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Intérprete: Ben Sims, Rolando, OHM, Jay Hill
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Void EP (heavyweight vinyl double 12")
Cat: BH 055. Rel: 12 Dec 18
Techno
  1. Void (8:49)
  2. Machine (9:15)
  3. R24 (8:02)
  4. Voice (2:50)
  5. Mechanic (6:51)
  6. Mod (7:52)
Review: While George Thompson AKA Black Merlin has released rather a lot of fine material in recent times, we still think that he saves his best for Berceuse Heroique - or at least his darkest and most clandestine aural explorations. For proof, check this inspired double-pack of creepy, pitch-black workouts, which we think contains some of his most potent work to date. There's the triple-time, paranoid deep techno throb of "Void", the faintly threatening dystopian dancefloor shuffle of "Machine", and the clanking, industrial-fired hypnotism of "R24" and "Mechanic". While it tends towards the paranoid and unsettling, Thompson has included one sun-bright shard of light: the blissful, beat-free, intertwined synthesizer lines of closing cut "Mod".
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Big Deal (12")
Cat: LIES 071. Rel: 15 Sep 16
Industrial/Noise
  1. Big Deal (6:33)
  2. Last Laugh (4:57)
Review: New York's Black Dice had to land on their native LIES imprint at some point. It was only a matter of time before label head Ron Morelli picked them up, and he's done so in fine style. The American Tapes, DFA, and Paw Tracks casuals are made up of Eric Copeland, Aaron Warren and Bjorn Copeland, and the trio like to get a little wacky over their coldwave grooves. "Big Deal" is a true post-punk reincarnation, a track that manages to pick out everything that was right about the early 80's by adding in elements of noise, rock, and a little techno. A monumental tune. "Last Laugh" is more dubwise in its approach, where a distorted guitar sways from side to side amid a fuzzy whirlpool of aqueous sonics and dusty percussion. A great release from LIES, and a fresh addition to their more usual house and techno onslaught.
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Intérprete: Justin Van Der Volgen
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Cat: WEBMG 08 (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Nov 18
Disco/Reediciones
  1. BT (Brenda Taylor) - "You Can't Have Your Cake & Eat It Too" (Greg Wilson edit) (9:08)
  2. Forrrce - "Keep On Dubbin'" (Greg Wilson edit) (5:17)
  3. Raw Silk - "Do It To The Music" (Greg Wilson edit) (6:37)
  4. Shirley Lites - "Heat You Up" (Melt Down mix - Greg Wilson edit) (7:19)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Box damaged, product unused & in perfect condition***

- Creasing to corner of sleeve

West End's double-pack re-edit series continues, with long-standing UK electrofunk hero and scalpel rework specialist Greg Wilson sharing a quartet of revisions. There are airings for two of Wilson's most sought-after scalpel works from the "Credit To The Edit" series - superb versions of Brenda Taylor's "You Can't Have Your Cake and Eat It Too" and Raw Silk's "Do It To The Music" - as well as a couple of previously heard rearrangements that are on-point as per usual. Wilson first adds even more mind-altering delays and low-slung dub disco flavour to Forrrce's "Keep On Dubbin'", before superbly stretching out the mostly instrumental "Melt Down Mix" of Shirley Lites' synth-laden peak-time classic "Heat You Up".
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Tengo EP (12")
Cat: AUS 1577. Rel: 10 Apr 15
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Tengo (6:33)
  2. Drop Mechanism (7:11)
  3. Due West (6:16)
Review: Bwana aka Nathan Micay has already seen a release on Will Saul's Aus Music and his fluid, freeform house music returns with "Tengo", a melodic progressive house nugget that's both spacey and fit for any dancefloor. The same goes for "Drop Mechanism", an ethereal house stepper, while "Due West" goes in a lot harder with a vicious bundle of Power House drums punching and kicking their way across its chords. Effective floor bombs.
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2000 (limited gatefold clear vinyl double 12")
Cat: SUSH 44. Rel: 27 May 19
Techno
  1. Night Train (7:48)
  2. In The Club (6:32)
  3. Waldeck (5:46)
  4. Iratamoto (version) (6:46)
  5. Give Me A Lift (6:31)
  6. Orainge (5:00)
  7. Raucher (6:23)
  8. Fur Danilo (5:07)
Review: Benjamin Brunn and Dave Wheels are old studio buddies, having worked together on and off since 2006. "2000", though, is their most ambitious joint project yet: a collaborative album for Sushitech that offers up breezy, melodious and cheery fusions of heady dub techno, gentle electronica, chugging sofa-friendly haziness and glitchy late night hypnotism. It's an interesting blend but one that certainly hits the spot. Highlights include the horizontal pulse of "Orainge", the wonderfully hypnotic after-hours throb of "Iratamoto (Version)", the bold and sun-kissed undulations of "In The Club" and the pie-eyed warmth of "Waldeck".
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Noah's Day (double 12")
Cat: PERLON 111. Rel: 13 Oct 16
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Noah's Day (8:55)
  2. Loop 1 (0:09)
  3. Vermo 80 (6:12)
  4. Vonnbo (5:50)
  5. Loop 2 (0:13)
  6. Urfa (9:27)
  7. Loop 3 (0:15)
  8. Vega (6:27)
  9. Bado (6:46)
  10. Loop 4 (0:24)
Review: Berlin minimal hero Germann Nguyen aka Binh returns to Perlon for a full length LP, following up highly lauded releases previously for the label, as well as putting out some impressive grooves as part of Treatment (with Oner Ozer), collaborating with DJ Masda on his Cabaret imprint and with his own brilliant Time Passages label. On the Noah's Day LP, Binh shows us that he's one of the best at merging classic electro sensibilities with minimal house; a current trend that's sweeping the Berlin underground at present. Fast tempo rhythm patterns reminiscent of early Detroit and UK techno come into the fold, as well as obvious nods to the classic reductionist sounds of DBX and Pantytec. This guy's one of the most exciting producers of the moment and this could well be one of the year's best releases.
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Irene & Mavis (limited hand-numbered heavyweight vinyl 10")
Cat: MW 050. Rel: 25 Nov 13
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Disco-A-Bomb-Bomb
  2. Holiday Camp
  3. Overspreading Art Genius
  4. Concentration Baby
  5. Just Another Spectre
  6. Modichy In Aneration
Review: A special release from Minimal Wave here as the uber rare Irene & Mavis EP from UK synth poppers Blancmange is granted a reissue! Those with a pub quiz winning level of knowledge of UK synth pop will no doubt be familiar with the 80s hits of Blancmange duo Neil Arthur & Stephen Luscombe, yet this debut EP dating back to 1980 will still sound revelatory. The self released Irene & Mavis EP marked Arthur and Luscombe to be fully willing to experiment with DIY electronics, impressing Mute founder Daniel Miller sufficiently to proclaim them "maiden aunts of electronic music," and thus more than suited as a subject of focus from the Minimal Wave label. There are definite similarities between this nascent stage of Blancmange and the output of Cabaret Voltaire from the same era, particularly in the masked and disembodied nature of the vocals, whilst "Holiday Camp" and "Just Another Spectre" are wonderful examples of instrumental synth music. Despite originally being released in 7" format, the six newly remastered tracks are presented here in 10" format by Minimal Wave with the distinctive artwork retained!
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  1. Bruhaha Babelico - "Bruhaha II" (10:10)
  2. Individual Industry - "Eyes" (3:54)
Review: Music From Memory's first retrospective of obscure Brazilian electronic music, "Outro Tempo", was arguably one of the strongest compilations of 2017. There's a second volume on the way, with curator John Gomez this time focusing on music made between 1984 and '96. First, though, we get this taster EP featuring two previously cassette-only cuts. On the A-side you'll find Bruhaha Babelico's "Bruhaha II", a ghostly and mind-altering chunk of delay-laden new wave/industrial funk fusion full of fuzzy bass, echoing female vocals, dubbed-out electronics and psychedelic yelps. Turn to the flip and you're greeted by Individual Industry's off-kilter, outer-space synth-pop jam "Eyes". Like its predecessor, it's an unusual, intoxicating treat.
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Lady Bug (12" with obi-strip)
Cat: GET 1200712. Rel: 11 May 17
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Lady Bug (John Morales & Frank Of Sunshine Sound mix) (9:54)
  2. Lady Bug (Larry Levan mix) (6:42)
Review: With its eccentric, helium-fuelled vocals, insatiable bassline, bold pianos and swirling strings, Bumblebee Unlimited's "Lady Bug" remains one of Patrick Adams and Greg Carmichael's greatest productions. This special reissue ignores the duo's original 1978 mixes, instead showcasing the '79 reworks released on RCA. On the A-side you'll find John Morales and Frank "Sunshine Sound" Trimarco's peerless, 10-minute "Disco Mix"- a rework that successfully showcases each individual musical element contained within Adams and Carmichael's similarly epic original production. On the flip, you'll find the lesser-celebrated but equally memorable Larry Levan remix, in which the legendary Paradise Garage resident wisely put more emphasis on the heavyweight bassline and relentless disco drums.
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Check 4 U (12")
Cat: BEWITH 008TWELVE. Rel: 12 Jul 18
Soul
  1. Check 4 U (3:52)
  2. Check 4 U (Metrodome UK Gee mix) (5:16)
Review: Seminal Manchester street soul from 96; Bovel's "Check 4 U" had anthem status in clubs and on pirates throughout the city at the time but suffered limited pressing and an OG copy has been known to be priced at 2000 quid. Revitalised by Ruf Dug and Bovel herself, it now comes complete with a superb UKG update from Metrodome which maintains the feel of the era but with the pace and punch of the times. Limited to 1000 copies.
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Telomeres (12")
Cat: DE 097. Rel: 20 Jul 15
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Telomeres (4:13)
  2. Centrifuge (4:48)
  3. Automation (4:25)
  4. Laboratory (6:03)
  5. Necropolis (4:22)
  6. Fukushima (4:49)
Review: Analogue synthesizer enthusiast Bezier first surfaced on Dark Entries in 2012, delivering the hard-wired retro-futurist fantasy Ensconced. Two years on, he's finally ready to release the follow-up, the similarly sharp and sci-fi themed Telemores. As with his previous output, the influences are obvious - think Radiophonic Workshop, electro, minimal, new wave and Italo-disco - but he smartly steers clear of pastiche and empty revivalism. Instead, we're treated to a range of dancefloor-friendly instrumental cuts, cyborg jams, and intoxicating robot rinse-outs. Closer "Fukushima", in which he doffs a cap to the synthesized horror-disco of John Carpenter, is particularly potent.
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Mizik Bel (12")
Cat: FVR 156. Rel: 16 Sep 19
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Mizik Bel (5:13)
  2. Mizik Bel (Africaine 808 remix) (8:17)
Review: A while back, Africaine 808's DJ Nomad contacted Favorite Recordings' chief Pascal Rioux about a killer track he'd been given some years back - an obscure, previously CD-R only fusion of modern Gwo-ka and Zouk by Esnard Boisdur entitled "Mizik Bel". Rioux was excited by what he heard and agreed that the track should come out on vinyl, accompanied by a fresh rework by Nomad and Dirk Leyers as Africaine 808. Boisdur's original version (side A) is rhythmically dense but also cheery and life affirming, with celebratory chorus vocals and 80s zouk style synth lines subtly rising above a busy, all-action groove. Arguably even better is the sub-heavy Africaine 808 mix, which brilliantly re-imagines the track as a tasty chunk of tropical house/disco-zouk fusion.
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Cat: BST X063. Rel: 12 Aug 19
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Let's Funk Tonight (Full extended version) (9:56)
  2. Let's Funk Tonight (Faze Action dub) (5:43)
Review: Blue Feather were a truly blue-eyed funk outfit from the Netherlands who had a prolific run in the 80s with two albums and a string of club singles to their name. "Let's Funk Tonight" was surely one of their bigger hits, and it sounds resplendent with a fresh master and the full extended version spread out across the A side here. Offering something new for the modern market, Best call upon Faze Action to flesh out this reissue with a killer dub of the track that treads softly but funks deep, just like a good dub should.
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Cat: BST X046. Rel: 12 Nov 18
Disco/Reediciones
  1. A Tour In Italy (Pellegrino mix - Mediterranean version) (7:06)
  2. A Tour In Italy (Tony Carrasco mix) (7:04)
  3. A Tour In Italy (Tony Carrasco mix - dub version) (6:14)
Review: Not to be mistaken for the charity pop behemoth, this Band Aid were a band from Bologna that released a handful of albums and singles in the early 80s. Best Italy have dug out this loose and limber slice of sunny funk and given it a spruce up with a little help from Early Sounds crew member Pellegrino, whose "Mediterranean Version" of "A Tour In Italy" adorns the A side. It's all peppy brass, dreamy guitars and a kooky vocal line about the titular tour, guaranteed to break out some smiles on the dancefloor. On the B side you can indulge in Tony Carrasco's original vocal and dub versions, all of which equally exude summery vibes to keep you warm through the winter months.
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Cat: BST X057. Rel: 13 May 19
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Who, What, Where, When & Why (Disco version) (5:10)
  2. No Promises (Disco version) (6:46)
Review: Best Records do it again, dusting down a searing slice of robo-funk from the early 80s that will pop your lock every which way. B Funk was a one-off project from Mario Boncaldo and Tony Carrasco, best known for their incredible work as Klein & MBO. They released the "Magic Spell" album in 1983, and it was loaded with richly produced Italo disco and proto house sounds - there's a good reason the original release has been fetching such crazy prices on the second hand market. Now Best have cherry picked two of the finest cuts from the album, sought out the extended disco versions from Carrasco's vaults, and given them a glorious new pressing.
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Álbumes
The Mood (CD)
Cat: CDMM 0001. Rel: 02 Aug 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. The Mood
  2. On My Way Home
  3. Intimate Transitions
  4. Stand Up (feat Talib Kweli)
  5. Moroccan Dancehall
  6. Shenanigans
  7. Capricorn Rising
  8. Journey Exotique
  9. Serendipity
  10. Destination Hope (feat Chris Turner & J Ivy)
Review: He's perhaps best known as a member of Tedeschi Trucks Band, with whom he won the 2011 Grammy for Best Blues Album, but trumpeter, composer and producer Maurice Brown is also a successful artist in his own right, and here he presents his fourth solo album. Soul-jazz and hip-hop influences predominate, with the album moving inexorably into smoother territory as it progresses, and Talib Kweli making a guest appearance on 'Stand Up'. Bound to be big with support from the likes of Gilles Peterson and Snowboy, 'The Mood' is never less than an engaging listen.
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Cat: MMWUFF 007LP. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Venus Covers Mars (Intro) (0:15)
  2. Under The Red (4:29)
  3. All You Can Eat (3:58)
  4. Wayward Sister (3:58)
  5. Smell Of Fire (5:05)
  6. No Sad Songs (4:05)
  7. Venus Covers Mars (3:31)
  8. You Can't Get Fooled By Love (4:21)
  9. Bark (4:16)
  10. She Gave Me Money (5:09)
  11. Can't Wait A Second (4:54)
Review: Synth pop veterans Boytronic - well known for hit single "You" but also for honing their sound at sex shows in Hamburg's red light district - are back after a ten year hiatus. After several personnel changes over the years, the latest line-up features old and new vocalists in Holger Wobker and James Knights respectively, and it could be the first time ever that a replacement and their predecessor have worked together on the same record. Importantly, they work well together, with plenty of 80s influences looming large over a wealth of danceable beats, tinny chords and woodpecker fills.
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Liferz (CD)
Cat: 656605 756028. Rel: 19 Jan 08
Indie
  1. Hibernation
  2. The Ditch
  3. Liferz
  4. Lightning Song
  5. Junkeee Julieee
  6. Gogogo
  7. Rize
  8. Sorry Sorry Sarah
  9. The X
  10. Turnaround & Shut Up
  11. Acid Fight
Review: Social Registry brings you Blood On The Wall's new album 'Liferz'. Having gone from hometown heroes to national fan favourites and critical darlings, the band has earned its reputation as top of the rock heap.
Putting out raucously fun records, this is a portrait of a band at the top of their game - somehow they have managed to get even more awesome.
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SILO 003 (LP + insert)
Cat: SILO 003. Rel: 30 Oct 17
Ambient/Drone
  1. Bugaled/Blove - "Deux Tiers D'aucun" (5:48)
  2. MMY - "Holorime" (7:45)
  3. Lea Caussat - "Percuflutiere" (7:21)
  4. Kapak - "Les Ciels De Plomb" (4:37)
  5. Mtua - "L'oreille Au Creux Du Bras" (12:34)
  6. Anna Holveck - "Dum Dum Dum" (2:18)
Review: The heavens have answered our prayers - it's the third helping of Silo Editions up on our shelves, and that means we actually get to review some good ambient this week! The enigmatic label have flown below-radar since their inception, and that is exactly what's helped them to gain more and more respect from a sub-scene so obsessed with surface appearances. That is, they've now conquered the minds of critics who actually base their judgments on music rather than frivolities. Much like the previous outing, SILO003 introduces us to a whole range of new talents, from MMY to Lea Caussat and Kapak; the one thing all these artists have in common is their utter neglect for anything grounded in sanity or predictability. Not once do we get the impression of sterility... each and every moment on here is grounded in improvisation and hedonism. Just like it should be.
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Cat: DVDIS 075. Rel: 22 Sep 17
 
Rock
  1. In His Own Words (DVD 1)
  2. The Berlin Briefings (DVD 2)
Review: While David Bowie's talents were many, it was his skills as a musician, a composer and a performer which were, and indeed remain, the most celebrated of the great man's gifts. But Bowie was a self-taught intellectual too, a thinker of unparalleled originality and, quite probably, the best-read rock star of all time. He was also a talented speaker, an enormously absorbing conversationalist and someone you just know you could have had a damn good chat with, if only the opportunity had arisen. When these faculties are combined, as they are throughout the recordings here, some of the most stimulating archive film available on the boy from Beckenham is revealed. This double DVD set concentrates on David Bowie's spoken word video recordings, collating as it does more than 3 hours of the Thin White Duke in interview, in conversation, in conference and when simply having a bit of a natter! Intriguing and enthralling throughout, this set features both classic and rare footage, which all at once make it a must-have compilation for Bowie fans the world across.
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Ganz Kurzen Ding (2xLP + insert)
Cat: GEBU 04. Rel: 30 Jun 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Ganz Kurzen Ding (0:16)
  2. Octo (11:14)
  3. Gulf (1:53)
  4. Totti (10:25)
  5. Elektrocity (0:22)
  6. Nicht-Huselbu (8:45)
  7. Brumm (2:52)
  8. LSD-Tier (12:36)
Review: General Elektro/Atelier founder Daniel Pflumm and DJ Sotofett first crossed swords as Busen way back in 2009, issuing the brilliantly wonky U.S. Import 12" on Sex Tags Mania. Just two subsequent releases from the pair have surfaced, one on Wania in 2010 and the Busen 12" for General Elektro a year later. Those partial to their eccentric electronics will be all over this new self-titled double pack of odd experiments. While there's a whisper of acid, techno and stripped-back house, for the most part they stick to more out-there fare, delivering a range of tracks that variously doff a cap to industrial, drone, ambient and sparse, stripped-back IDM. All, of course, were created using machines - some modular, it seems - rather than computers.
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Get Tragic (LP + insert)
Cat: JAZZLIFE 16LP. Rel: 25 Jan 19
Indie
  1. Eye To Eye (3:41)
  2. Mexican Dress (4:00)
  3. Bangsar (2:32)
  4. Nearer (3:55)
  5. Beverly (4:41)
  6. Find My Own Remorse (4:07)
  7. Howl (2:57)
  8. (Interlude) (0:47)
  9. Anxiety (3:03)
  10. Vertigo (3:07)
  11. Elijah (4:52)
Review: With the hove of sounds coming out of Brighton right now duo Blood Red Shoes are delivering a unique blend of post-alternatives, with melodious references ranging from the choral of Klaxon's numbers, to the musical muster of Manchester psychedelic rock act The Music. With a release previous on XL Recordings too, the group are making themselves known via their own Jazz Life label. Get Tragic, and its other track titles suggest a continued emo-quality to their feel, a sound resounding with the tragedy of future-modern times.
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Cat: PMT 009CD. Rel: 19 Oct 17
Indie
  1. Lit Me Up
  2. Can't Get It Out
  3. Waste
  4. Could Never Be Heaven
  5. Same Logic/Teeth
  6. 137
  7. Out Of Mana
  8. In The Water
  9. Desert
  10. No Control
  11. 451
  12. Batter Up
Review: Lying dormant for eight years has evidently provided Brand New with enough reinvigoration to return guns blazing on this powerful and engulfing record. From the haunting samples that open the album in 'Lit Me Up', through to the resonating feedback and field recordings on the tail end of closer 'Batter Up', 'Science Fiction' follows a brooding path through contrasting passages of loud and quiet, confessional introspection and frustrated aggression. The band's well tempered control makes the more surprising moments, such as the bluesy desert rock of '451' and the pared back folk of 'Could Never Be Heaven' fit in seamlessly, making this an impressive, engaging and well-rounded return to form.
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Cat: BWR 012LP. Rel: 15 Jun 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Appropriation Loops (20:39)
  2. Walled Garden (8:17)
  3. Graffiti Pits (6:27)
  4. Oakland06 (1:34)
  5. What Are You Mixed With? (5:20)
  6. Skin Of My Teeth (6:20)
Review: Bookworms' new LP Appropriation Loops (A Love Story) explores appropriation of music and culture throughout time. Borrowing ideas from modern classical, jazz, minimal techno and granular synthesis, he taps into the feedback loop of contemporary art. Real name Nicholas Dawson, the New York City based producer's been producing music under the Bookworms moniker since 2012. His early work appeared on the Ron Morelli's L.I.E.S. and currently he runs a party and label called Confused House. The party is notable for its focus on hardware techno from NYC and abroad. The label has released collaborative records from Bookworms and his L.I.E.S. cohort Steve Summers. Like William Basinski's tape loops morphing over time, appropriation loops are recurrent, fluctuant feedback loops in popular and unpopular culture. Rae Sremmund talks about how they're the new black rock stars with guitars in 2016's "Black Beatles", but The Beatles appropriated black American rhythm and blues music from the American South to begin with. Kraftwerk's mechanic interpretation of Motown hits of 60s and 70s Detroit was later echoed by Detroit techno producers who subsequently put the funk back in it and made it more minimal. Detroit techno, for one, could never have been without the device of appropriation... but the device is often misused. People want to know where their chicken comes from (free range, grass fed, no antibiotics) but they don't want to know where their music comes from. Where does it come from? Trace the appropriation loops to find out.
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Cat: SOAKLP 182. Rel: 12 Apr 19
Rock
  1. Carnivorous (3:50)
  2. That's My Trouble (2:58)
  3. Love Is All You Love (3:19)
  4. Not The Kind Of Nothing I Know (3:07)
  5. Cool Your Battles (3:21)
  6. Sound Of You (4:49)
  7. Thanks A Lot (3:56)
  8. We're Alive (3:33)
  9. Speed Of Light (3:23)
  10. Gold (3:59)
Review: Southampton's own bones brigade, Band Of Skulls, return with an epic fifth studio album, delivering a sweet selection of alternative pop rock versatility. The album opens with a salvo of heavier, more motley rock sounds before hitting its catchy title track halfway through the A-side. "Not The Kind Of Nothing" and "Cool Your Battles" turns out the A-side from anything too soft, with the band serving up a cooing, more contemplative and ethereal number in "Sound of You" that opens the second disc. The slightest of country and folk inspirations waver in and out of "We're Alive", with the emotional wall of sound that is "Speed Of Light" a true highlight, alongside the jamming post-punk hit: "Gold". Like James Murphy dressed up as Nikki Sixx.
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Sweet Rewards (white vinyl LP)
Cat: UDOG 1775LP. Rel: 12 Mar 18
Funk/Reediciones
  1. Sweet Rewards (4:00)
  2. In The City (4:48)
  3. What You Say (3:26)
  4. Weak Ends (2:40)
  5. Movin' On (4:17)
  6. Hypnotized
  7. Tax Man
  8. Trying To Fool
  9. Roll Miss Roll
  10. Soul Kitchen
Review: Over the course of their ten-year career, Lyon-based band the Buttshakers has earned a reputation for being dynamic live performers, delivering a rocking take on funk and rhythm and blues shaped by their love of the late '60s garage-rock scene. Naturally, you'll find a few nods towards Sly Stone and heavy funk on Sweet Rewards, their first album for Underdog Records, but these fuzzy, life-affirming stompers are actually outnumbered by slick, sun-kissed soul numbers and pleasingly laidback jams. It's a mixture that works really well, putting them up there with such soul and funk revivalists as the Daptones and Will Holland's Quantic Soul Orchestra project.
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Runnin' For The Ghost (LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: BMSMLP 001. Rel: 01 Nov 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Return Of The March (3:59)
  2. Seeing The Bigger Picture (4:12)
  3. Van Chatter (4:40)
  4. Runnin For The Ghost (6:17)
  5. Hired Guns (3:57)
  6. Kang's Lament (0:26)
  7. Burning Van (4:00)
  8. Sahara Cell Phones (5:34)
  9. Another Grain Of Sand (2:30)
Review: Since forming in 2009, Big Mean Sound Machine has carved a niche as purveyors of global "body and soul" music whose attractive and floor-friendly tracks brilliantly blend elements of South American, Caribbean, African and North American music. Runnin' For The Ghost, their fourth full-length, distills this potent formula further, with the 15-piece ensemble offering up tracks rich in Tony Allen style drum rhythms, dub-soaked basslines, righteous Cuban horns, juju guitars, mighty dub basslines and mind-altering hand-percussion. It's an anything-goes, open-minded approach that results in a swathe of arresting highlights, from the bustling horns and alien synths of "Sahara Cell Phones" and Cuban dub flex of "Another Grain of Sand", to the hectic Afro-funk fun of "Van Chatter".
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Cat: 762581. Rel: 28 Feb 18
International
  1. Uengi Dia Ngola (4:07)
  2. Balumukeno (4:45)
  3. Ku Tando (3:27)
  4. Mona Ki Ngi Xica (5:02)
  5. Kilumba Dia Ngola (3:53)
  6. Muadikime (3:22)
  7. Luanda Nbolo (4:23)
  8. Mu Nhango (4:34)
  9. Paxi Ni Ngongo (3:53)
  10. Muimbo Ua Sabalu (4:59)
Review: Icon of Angolan music Bonga is on first-name terms with the stars and has given true meaning to the concept of 'Africanness'. He belongs to that caste of African singers who have sublimated their roots. His rasping, powerful voice is immediately identifiable and anyone listening to his music remains entranced from start to finish. In the mid '60s,, Bonga's athletic talents took him to Portugal where, ironically, he became a champion under his birth name while playing an active part in the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola. When the Salazar regime finally realised he was playing a double game, he managed to escape and went into exile in The Netherlands. There, in 1972, he recorded a harrowing first album soberly entitled Angola 72, with Cape Verdean musicians for the Dutch label Morabeza - today available on Lusafrica. This key record became something of a soundtrack for Angola's struggle for independence.
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Lost Girls (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BATFL 01LP. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Kids In The Dark (3:21)
  2. The Hunger (4:52)
  3. Feel For You (3:34)
  4. Desert Man (3:23)
  5. Jasmine (2:52)
  6. Vampires (3:02)
  7. So Good (3:33)
  8. Safe Tonight (4:15)
  9. Peach Sky (4:31)
  10. Mountains (4:35)
Review: Don't believe everything you read - the fifth Bat For Lashes album confirms this girl (or woman) found herself musically and thematically some time ago, freeing up creative energy to explore new approaches to deliver her often mournful, always heartfelt songs inspired by personal crises and private longings. On this outing there's more than a hint of 1980s pop evident in the mix. Shades of Prince ("Feel For You"), Madonna ("So Good"), Bowie's Berlin days and electro-era Gary Numan (the stunning, infectious instrumental "Vampires") cast the record in a nostalgia that suits the sense of yearning that always seems to pervade Natasha Khan's work. Simply name-checking reference points is lazy and unfair, though. This is an incredible collection of tracks moulded in the artist's own image - bold, beautiful and instantly captivating. Then again, it would be surprising if anyone had expected anything less.
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Lost Girls (clear splattered vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BATFL 01LPX. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Kids In The Dark (2:00)
  2. The Hunger (2:00)
  3. Feel For You (2:00)
  4. Desert Man (2:00)
  5. Jasmine (2:00)
  6. Vampires (2:00)
  7. So Good (2:00)
  8. Safe Tonight (2:00)
  9. Peach Sky (2:00)
  10. Mountains (2:00)
Review: Don't believe everything you read - the fifth Bat For Lashes album confirms this girl (or woman) found herself musically and thematically some time ago, freeing up creative energy to explore new approaches to deliver her often mournful, always heartfelt songs inspired by personal crises and private longings. On this outing there's more than a hint of 1980s pop evident in the mix. Shades of Prince ("Feel For You"), Madonna ("So Good"), Bowie's Berlin days and electro-era Gary Numan (the stunning, infectious instrumental "Vampires") cast the record in a nostalgia that suits the sense of yearning that always seems to pervade Natasha Khan's work. Simply name-checking reference points is lazy and unfair, though. This is an incredible collection of tracks moulded in the artist's own image - bold, beautiful and instantly captivating. Then again, it would be surprising if anyone had expected anything less.
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Late For Sum (green vinyl LP)
Cat: BCR 018LP. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Late For Sum (5:04)
  2. Late For Sum (Kincaid Sleep Deprived version) (5:24)
  3. What's The Time? (Kincaid remix) (5:59)
  4. Distant Storm (Kincaid remix) (6:36)
  5. Not A Priority (Kincaid remix) (6:10)
  6. I Smashed Your Phone (Kincaid Wolfish remix) (5:22)
Review: This is a second release from the familia collaborative duo of Kincaid and his dad Blancmange. Their first EP made a big mark when it landed on Moscoman's Disco Halal imprint and now they back it up with more sludgy electronics, deconstructed dark disco and coldwave synth styles. "Late For Sum" opens in mysterious, spacious fashion before a Kincaid version reworks it into something more propulsive for the club. The darkened mood and trippy synths continue on "What's The Time?" while the b side offers exotic Middle Eastern disco, cosmic melodies and stark electro-techno with real panache.
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Cat: PESS 003. Rel: 09 Oct 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. We All Have An Impact (3:20)
  2. Low Forties (3:49)
  3. Dew Point Rising (1:57)
  4. Angel Of Dub (3:21)
  5. Weather In August (6:33)
  6. Deerhound (3:50)
  7. Black Rapids (4:40)
  8. The Brink Of Extinction (4:35)
  9. Fast Fashion (1:36)
  10. Artificial World (A Manmade Catastrophe) (3:33)
  11. Somewhere In Galicia (2:49)
  12. Spacial Patterns (5:41)
Review: Inspired by the ongoing climate emergency and our goverments' so far less than enthusiastic efforts to tackle it, Pessimist and Loop Faction's first collaborative album as Boreal Massif is as weary, frustrated and melancholic as you'd expect. Yet it's hugely entertaining, too: a constantly shifting affair in which hazy ambient tracks and crackling, field recordings-flecked soundscapes rub shoulders with post-dubstep cuts that sound like this decade's take on trip-hop. There are nods towards IDM, too, though the overall sound is far warmer and fuzzier, as if someone had sat Burial, Portishead, Massive Attack and Alpha down in a room and told them to get busy.
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