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Singles
Shadows (hand-numbered white vinyl 12" in spray-painted sleeve limited to 200 copies (comes in different coloured sleeve we cannot guarantee which one you will receive))
Cat: KIMOCHI 38. Rel: 08 Aug 19
Techno
  1. You Don't Never Know (7:57)
  2. Fly (6:15)
  3. 13 Beat(Less) (7:44)
  4. Shielding Rework (7:10)
Review: Earthen Sea adds to the Kimochi Sound with a soulful examination of indistinct margins, suffused with dusky haze. It's a heady atmosphere and has a palpable heaviness throughout. Starting the record are the concrete reverberations of You Don't Never Know, followed by the murky ebb and flow of Fly. 13 Beat(less) is diffused ambience.
Shielding fittingly closes the record, and weaves Earthen Sea's many textures with intricate syncopation.
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Intérprete: Tripeo, M50, Agnostic Rhythm
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ENDZ 012 (limited clear splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 012. Rel: 18 Jan 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Swing Riddim (7:32)
  2. Lexa Groove (7:46)
Review: Tech-house's own cockney rebel, East End Dubs, has been busy of late. The master of DJ tools and rhythm-focused box jams kept up a steady stream of releases in 2016, delivering a trio of coloured vinyl treats. His first missive of 2017 comes on psychedelically inclined "splatter" pattern vinyl, but doesn't stray far from his usual musical blueprint. On the A-side you'll find "Swing Riddim", where liquid chords and spacey electronics cluster around an immaculately programmed, bass-heavy tech-house groove. B-side "Lexa Groove" is a slightly deeper and more becalmed affair, even if it does boast a more sizeable bassline and chunkier drums.
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Cat: DMSR 00844. Rel: 12 Jan 19
Electro
  1. Future Beats (3:49)
  2. Mother Of All Beats (4:36)
  3. This Beat Electro (3:55)
  4. After Party (2:01)
  5. Egyptian Lover Live On The 808 (15:09)
Review: Already a Classic.
808 Beats Vol.1

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Nervous (12")
Cat: GOOILAND 08. Rel: 10 Sep 13
Techno
  1. Do I Make You Nervous?
  2. Don't Let Them In
  3. Hail To The Big Worm
  4. Second Sight
Review: Under the Ekman name, Dutch producer Roel Dijcks has been in devastating form this year, haunting the finer dancehalls with his own distinct brand of dark and nasty electro and techno for Solar One, Abstract Forms and impressive newcomer Berceuse Heroique. Reform for the latter label is perhaps our favourite of the lot but the Nervous EP, Ekman's debut for the splendidly deranged Gooiland Elektro is serious stuff. Both the lead track "Do I Make You Nervous?" and "Hail To The Big Worm" have that grotty Rotterdam squat party vibe that's so appealing about Ekman's productions whilst "Don't Let Them In" mixes the deepset paranoia of a D'Marc Cantu production with brushes of new beat synthetics.
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Cat: TS 05710. Rel: 06 Apr 19
Funk
  1. Kiddy Ditty
  2. Little House
  3. This Song For You (alternative mix)
  4. A Little Sloppy (full version)
  5. Yennicita (alternative mix)
  6. By The Time I Get To Phoenix (feat Lee Fields)
Review: It's been five years since Truth & Soul's octet gave us the incredible Wu Tang version album. It's been two years since they last dropped a single, too. However the band is back and their trademark cinematic soul is richer and more emotive than ever. From the instant the trembling flute and guitar open with the cuddly, ultimately positive "Kiddy Ditty" we're whisked on a largely instrumental journey that flings us through the wild west ("Little House"), soul's early JB chapters ("This Song For You") and straight up NY low-slung funk ("A Little Sloppy"). Climaxing with a Lee Fields featured "By The Time I Get To Phoenix", Loose Change is a kind reminder of just how accomplished and creative El Michels Affair are. No change there, then.
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Cat: BKLP 001. Rel: 15 Aug 16
Deep House
  1. The Bored And The Lonely
  2. Stranger In This Town
  3. Our Moments, Too Swift
  4. From Across The Valley
  5. Mechanical Failures
  6. Wide Open Window
  7. Many Times
  8. Far Reach
Review: After years of releasing quality house EPs, Brighton based Black Key Records scores something of a coup: its first full length is a sixth album from Tom Ellis, a core member and resident of the esteemed Freerotation Festival, who is already well known to those in the know. Ellis has long been putting out funk and jazz inspired house and has built a fine reputation with connoisseurs around the world because of it. As a trained musician, who has played drums, bass, keys and guitar since an early age, his productions come imbued with a real sense of artistry. He has worked with a wealth of labels in his time, and now comes his most coherent and complete statement yet. There is a real sense of quality and class to the music explored on From the Cabin Above the Clouds, that makes it stand well proud of the crowd.
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Viaggio Tribale EP (hand-numbered clear vinyl 12" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: AR 013 CLEAR. Rel: 23 Apr 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Tony Esposito - "Dove C'e Luce"
  2. Tony Esposito - "Veronica Song"
  3. Antonio Nicola Bruno - "Storia Della Terra Mia"
  4. Tony Esposito - "Dove C'e Luce" (LucaEffeSunset Balearic Seagulls & Children mix)
  5. Antonio Nicola Bruno - "Danza E Ridanza"
  6. Antonio Nicola Bruno - "Danza E Ridanza" (B version)
Review: "This release is a 12"" and it's individually 500 hand-numbered limited edition. The first 100 copies are pressed on CLEAR TRANSPARENT vinyls (AR013).
It contains 2 previously unreleased tracks from TONY ESPOSITO's Viaggio Tribale CD (2004): Dove c'e luce and Veronica song + A SPECIAL BALEARIC REMIX of Dove c'e luce from LucaEffeSunset + 3 previously unreleased tracks from the Lucan (Basilicata) musician Antonio Nicola Bruno CD (2004): Storia della terra mia and Danza e ridanza. In addition to the usual Archeo insert of credits and photos of the original album, it features also of a second insert concerning a beautiful photographic journey of 2004 by Manu-Archeo, related to this Music.

Archeo Recordings is a reissue record label that regenerates old, lost, obscure (and forgotten) rare gems of Italian music of the 70s and 80s, and not only.
All outputs are licensed by the artists and the vintage labels; audio tracks are remastered in their original form; the sleeves and center labels are graphically recreated for today but all based on the original images.
Archeo would like to make the music available to a wider audience of collectors, DJs, music lovers of a forgotten time.
All releases are hand-numbered limited edition vinyl. The first copies of each release are pressed in coloured vinyls."
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Cat: NNR 009. Rel: 25 Jun 18
International
  1. Bulawayo Kwela - "Mysterious Africa" (with Albert Nyathi - Danalogue dub) (4:34)
  2. Elliot Phiri - "Nomalanga" (2:54)
  3. David Tapfuma - "Magamba" (4:32)
  4. David Tapfuma - "Magamba" (Esa Zimtronix Direct mix) (5:19)
Review: This compilation style outing from Southern African music enthusiasts Nyami Nyami is billed as "an ode to the music of Zimbabwe past and future". Side A boasts cuts from two Bulawayo-based "Kwela" outfits: a terrific, heavily percussive future dub interpretation of Bulawayo Kwela's "Mysterious Africa" by The Comet Is Coming producer Danalogue, and the sparse, sun-kissed acoustic bliss of Elliot Phiri's "Nomalanga". Turn to the flip for two versions of Hararre-based David Tapfuma's beautiful "Magumba". There's the original version, where Tapfuma sings over a solo mbira melody, and a superbly glassy-eyed, synth-heavy 21st century club version by Auntie Flo collaborator (and hugely talented producer) Esa Williams. As good as the rest of the EP is, his version is worth the admission price on its own.
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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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Raw Raw #12 (limited double 12")
Cat: RRR 012. Rel: 18 Jul 17
Techno
  1. Sleeparchive - "Hide" (3:42)
  2. Stanislav Tolkachev - "Nothing Is Mine" (4:43)
  3. Eric Fetcher - "Transcendent Wisdom" (5:34)
  4. Lokodepo - "Kohle" (5:39)
  5. Sleeparchive - "Window025" (4:26)
  6. Eric Fetcher - "Microcode" (5:02)
  7. Joton - "Diagram" (4:58)
  8. Petter B - "Isgrus" (6:39)
Review: Ukrainian techno stable Raw Raw has pushed the boat out on this 12th release, in the process delivering a double-pack full of tried-and-tested dancefloor movements. Amongst the eight tracks you'll find numerous highlights, including the distorted drums and Drexciyan melodies of Sleeparvhive's "Hide", the kick-drum driven alien funk intensity of Eric Fletcher's "Transcendent Wisdom", and the energy-packed hypnotism of Joton's "Diagram", which comes on like Brown Album-era Orbital dragged kicking and screaming through Berghain at eight in the morning. Best of all, though, is the TB-303 driven techno psychedelia of Petter B's "Isgrus", which is almost capable of triggering vivid dancefloor hallucinations.
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Intérprete: Ben Sims, Ground Loop, Kessell
 in stock $17.85
Álbumes
Metalepsis (limited transparent green vinyl LP)
Cat: HAUS 25. Rel: 05 Aug 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Macro EV (3:27)
  2. Homonyms (4:08)
  3. The Internet Is Handmade (3:35)
  4. Put A Head In A Head (2:30)
  5. Youniverse (2:12)
  6. View Point Strata (1:17)
  7. Sigil Life (2:44)
  8. Orbit (feat Mr Doug Doug) (10:24)
  9. Infinity (4:08)
Review: Alexandra Drewchin's work as Eartheater reached a wider audience when it landed on Pan last year via the head-spinning "IRISIRI" album. Now she returns to the label she first emerged on, Hausu Mountain, for a reissue of her 2015 album "Metalepsis". It's a surprisingly direct record, even as it swerves from folky incantations to pastoral techno ruminations across nine bold and distinctive tracks. Both ambitious in scope and focused in execution, it's a perfect companion piece to "IRISIRI" that points out the skill and versatility at the disposal of this most crucial of contemporary artists.
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Cat: DWAPS 2152. Rel: 19 Apr 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Thank-U-Mama (5:57)
  2. Marina Drive (6:47)
  3. It's Not Serious (5:52)
  4. Stormy Rain (5:17)
  5. You (5:56)
Review: Cameroonian legend Victor Edimo's rare and collectable Decca Nigeria album Thank U Mamma enjoys its first reissue since being released in 1981. Five tracks tight but crammed full of vibes, this is one of the funkiest, sunniest and most vibrant albums to come out of Lagos in the early 80s. From the blissed, bless 'thank you' vocal loop of the title track to the blazing feels of "Marina Drive" to Victor's signature freak bass licks on "You", this is such a beautiful album from start to finish.
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In Dream (gatefold heavyweight coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: PIAS 830LP. Rel: 29 Sep 15
Indie
  1. No Harm (5:03)
  2. Ocean Of Night (5:04)
  3. Forgiveness (3:43)
  4. Salvation (5:02)
  5. Life Is A Fear (4:23)
  6. The Law (4:51)
  7. Our Love (5:18)
  8. All The Kings (4:52)
  9. At All Cost (4:53)
  10. Marching Orders (7:44)
Review: Easily outgrowing the original perception of them as stadium-indie bringers of gloom, Editors have evolved steadily with each record, and seemingly found themselves increasingly more comfortable each turn along the way. 'In Dream', the fifth from the Birmingham outfit, finds them expanding on the widescreen sweep of their sound, experimenting further with electronics, yet still maintaining a core of intimacy and introspection that has become their trademark. Thus, perversely, what may be their darkest record to date is also their most uplifting, with indelible songwriting, synth filigree and nocturnal atmospherics colliding to provide a black-clad tour de force.
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New Atlantis (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 31. Rel: 13 Feb 19
Techno
  1. Oh, Lovely Appearance Of Death (5:03)
  2. Good Winds (6:13)
  3. New Atlantis (14:02)
  4. At The Stranger's House (3:15)
  5. A Land Unknown (7:33)
  6. Temple (1:43)
  7. Black Sun (4:10)
  8. The Sound House (7:19)
Review: You'll struggle to find another LP opener that's quite as striking as "Oh, Lovely Appearance of Death", the stunning ambient-folk cut that kicks off Phillip Sollmann's first album as Efdemin for five years. It's utterly beguiling and features a traditional folk acapella over layers of hushed electronic chords. It sets the tone for an album in which Sollmann effortlessly saunters between atmospheric and droning dancefloor techno ("Good Winds", the 14-minute, Berghain-friendly "New Atlantis"), woozy experimental ambient works ("At The Stranger's House"), Jew's Harp-sporting club cuts ("A Land Unknown"), discordant free tech-jazz ("Temple") and the kind of hazy, traditional music-meets-electronica cuts that have previously been a hallmark of Firecracker's Mac-Talla Nan Creag ("The Sound House").
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Altid Sammen (gatefold LP)
4AD
Cat: 4AD 0172LP. Rel: 20 Sep 19
Post Rock/Experimental
  1. VI Er Uendelig (3:46)
  2. Supertanker (4:43)
  3. Uden Ansigt (4:27)
  4. I Dine Ojne (4:53)
  5. Haender Der Abner Sig (4:01)
  6. Verden Forsvinder (3:13)
  7. Under Broen Der Ligger Du (7:35)
  8. Havet Lofter Sig (2:53)
  9. Hold Mine Haender (6:51)
Review: Where were you seven years ago? School? High school? College? First job? Last job? Whatever the answer it's certainly not the same place as Efterklang were, and still are. The Danish trio have never been of this world, yet give us so many opportunities to consider the emotion and passion this world offers. The first album to be fully written in their native tongue accentuates those qualities - dreamy soundscapes, different and decidedly bewitching intonation. It's an epic journey, with the likes of "Uden Ansigt" among the most epic, like Bon Iver's vocals slow dancing with the soaring instrumentation of Sigur Ros. "Havet Lofter Sig" ups the beauty, fittingly on the shortest track - gentle pianos, unnaturally pitched backing voices and baritone lead creating real yearning, proving nothing great lasts forever. Or longer than a couple of minutes. Cutting to the chase, it's a mesmerising work you're sure to have on repeat.
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Cat: MMLP 4004. Rel: 03 Jul 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. La Quete (1:33)
  2. The Sun (4:22)
  3. Throat Complain (4:22)
  4. Thunderstrike (2:53)
  5. Astral Lights (5:21)
  6. Inside The Ischemic Synapse (4:21)
  7. Disco Sound To Death (4:06)
  8. Exotic Abduction (2:49)
  9. The Moon (5:14)
  10. Eiger Has To Die (1:53)
Review: The ever reliable Macadam Mambo returns with the second opus of Eiger Drums: featuring more oddball grooves of the ambient/krautrock persuasion by Louis E Bola. He's one half of Lyonnaise outfit The Pilotwings in collaboration with musicians Geddes Hadden, Arthur Tempo, Akino Karma, Sound Of Duty Free & Pierre Mortimer-Dubation. A more dancefloor oriented album than the previous outing, reviving early new age/trance aesthetics with tribal influences. From the lo-slung weirdo folk of "The Sun", or "Astral Lights" with its exotic psych-drone aesthetic through to the steely slo-mo post punk of "Astral Lights" or the horror movie vibe of "The Moon" - be prepared to get weird on this one!
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Serenade (2xCD)
Cat: 744011 5. Rel: 05 Feb 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Serenade (Movement I)
  2. Maan
  3. Biscarrosse
  4. Nightingale
  5. Marin
  6. Seesaw
  7. Nordkapp
  8. Cenote (Movement II)
  9. Nob Hill
  10. Prana
  11. Ayana
  12. Precious
Review: On his latest long player - his first for three years, fact fans - Berlin-based tech-house producer Samuel Kindermann has attempted to fuse electronic music with the sweeping strings and considered compositions of classical music. To this end, he's spit the resulting tracks into two classical-style "movements". Disc one contains the club-focused material ("Movement 1"), a melodious an attractive selection of positive dancefloor tracks rich in joyously tuneful motifs, glistening electronics and soaring orchestration. He flips the script on disc two, showcasing the dowtempo side of his personality for the first time. Here, you'll hear deep space ambient, warm and woozy IDM and a clutch of inspired, neo-classical inspired soundscapes.
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Cat: ODILIV 001CD. Rel: 10 Mar 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Get It Down
  2. Holiday Actions
  3. I Wan’ My Bab’ Back
  4. Friday Night
  5. Classic Lover
  6. Night Party
  7. Delectation
Review: Soundway Records' recent Doin' It In Lagos compilation did a terrific job shining a light on the lesser-known boogie and disco-funk sound of early '80s Nigeria. That set included Livy Ekezemie's "Holiday Actions", one of the standout cuts from the musician/producer's brilliant - but ludicrously hard to find - 1983 album, Friday Night. This reissue is, then, well timed. The set sees Ekezemie effortlessly join the dots between Clavinet-heavy, Afro-tinged disco-funk, boogie, AOR ballads and, in the case of the brilliant "Dedication", his own tribute to Stevie Wonder classic "Superstition". It's a fine set, all told, and one that's shot through with hard-wired early '80s funk.
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Cat: ASVN 052. Rel: 15 Feb 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Funky Disco Music (4:12)
  2. Ndolo Embe Mulema (6:07)
  3. Une Chanson Sans Paroles (4:41)
  4. Bowa'a Mba Ngebe (3:31)
  5. Doi Da Manga (3:16)
  6. Me To A De Try My Own (7:52)
  7. Esele Mba Musango Na Ndol'am (3:43)
  8. Emen Ango (6:17)
Review: A veritable French fusion institution; classically trained Cameroon musician Eko Roosevelt Louis was responsible for a catalogue of exciting jazz funk, disco and afrofunk records throughout the 70s and remained active touring Europe until the 90s when he returned to Cameroon to inherit the role as tribal chieftain from his grandfather. Released in 1979, Funky Disco Music was his third album and packs some of his most powerful compositions. The triumphant title track says it all; laidback, charming and full of positivity it sets the scene for the whole trip. Highlights include the rock-tinged soul chugger "Une Chanson Sans Paroles", the highlife uplift of "Doi Da Manga" and the smouldering showstopper finale "Emen Ango". Dig deep and enjoy... Africa Seven promise more Eko reissues in the near future.
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Cat: DE 218. Rel: 13 Aug 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Computer-Madchen (4:37)
  2. Madchen (Lass Das Sein!) (4:04)
  3. Mein Ding (3:40)
  4. Wir Tanzen (6:27)
  5. Video King (3:15)
  6. Ich Mocht Ich War 1 Millionar (4:00)
  7. 50 Jahr, Blondes Haar (3:52)
  8. Gangster Tscha Tscha (3:46)
  9. Spieglein, Spieglein (4:06)
  10. Gletscher (6:08)
Review: El Deux is the Swiss electro-pop trio of Gutze Gautschi (guitar, vocals), Steno Onetz (bass), Martin Kraft (vocals, drum machine). Formed circa 1981 in Aarau by Gutze and Steno who played together in punk/New Wave band Fresh Color aka Frische Farbe featuring a pre-Yello Dieter Meier. Gutze's minimal electronic compositions did not fit the concept of Fresh Color, so they formed a new project with their live mixer, Martin Kraft, on vocals. The group was quite successful with many concerts, mainly in southern Germany and various TV appearances in Germany and abroad. Between April/September 1982 they recorded and mixed their debut album 'Nur Fur Madchen' in 15 days at Powerplay Studios, Zurich. The LP was released later that year on Gold Records. Influences at that time were of course the NDW "Neue Deutsche Welle'' movement and also from Gutze's time as a musician & guitarist since 1965. Their step up for recording was a Moog Prodigy, Korg Rhythm 55 (KR-55), Simmons Drums, Casiotone 202, Guitar and Bass. We've added a bonus track "Video King" that was originally released as a follow up single in 1984 before the group disbanded. All songs have been remastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios. The record is housed in an exact replica of the original jacket and includes an insert with photos and lyrics.
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Little Fictions (gatefold heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: 572349 7. Rel: 03 Feb 17
Indie
  1. Magnificent (She Says) (4:25)
  2. Gentle Storm (3:39)
  3. Trust The Sun (5:52)
  4. All Disco (4:28)
  5. Head For Supplies (3:55)
  6. Firebrand & Angel (5:23)
  7. K2 (5:16)
  8. Montparnasse (2:44)
  9. Little Fictions (8:24)
  10. Kindling (4:18)
Review: If there's been one defining element of 2017 so far, it's been the stress that it's put a good proportion of the Western world under, and with this in mind it seems that there couldn't be a better time for a new Elbow album, and for the always mildly world-weary yet magnanimous and uplifting strains of Guy Garvey and co. to offer succour. Just as well then that it's perhaps their most richly crafted effort to date, offering warm optimism, a widescreen sweep of sound and their mainman's plangent croon in full effect, amidst an aural landscape that will do more than satisfy long terms fans of their elegiac art, rather something of a balm for these afflicted times.
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Cat: 081913 1. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Indie
  1. Dexter & Sinister
  2. Seven Veils
  3. Empirtes
  4. The Delayed 3:15
  5. White Noise White Heat
  6. Doldrums
  7. My Trouble
  8. On Deronda Road
  9. Weightless
Review: Eight albums in and Elbow still know how to keep us interested. This time round it's a record that seems caught in perpetual motion, refusing to stay still even for a minute off its proggyness, with this the LP most removed from their standard modus of hyper-emotive, string-capped anthemia. Not that the contents aren't huge and destined to fill main rooms and outdoor arenas. A refreshing break for a band that, while unarguably talented and accomplished craftsmen, may - in the eyes of some at least - have at times been guilty of opting for the safety of familiarity rather than braving the great unknowns of sound. If anything, then, "Giants Of All Sizes" is the final pour that cements their place in the pantheons of British music. Exquisite, innovative and highly original stuff.
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Cat: KR 33. Rel: 10 Sep 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Baltic Variation (2:27)
  2. Zugzwang (2:01)
  3. Karpov Counter (3:33)
  4. Instructive Sequence (2:56)
  5. Capablanca Spin (4:57)
  6. Maroczy Bind (2:07)
  7. The Position You Must Know (2:08)
  8. The Genius Of Mikhail Tal (2:48)
  9. Giuoco Piano (9:26)
Review: Electric Capablanca is a mystery artistic outfit who, on this evidence, are lovers of pastoral landscapes, innocent lullabies and day dreaming. This collection is a spellbinding one with clean, crisp synths and distant pads, soft focus arps and, in some cases, gentle IDM patterns all washing over you time and again. The music here is too detailed and meaningfully structured to be classed as ambient: it demands close attention and rewards it in kind, either with soul soothing and diffusive moods or more edgy drone tracks, amongst a range of other immersive styles.
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Innerworld (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SC 319LP. Rel: 25 Sep 14
Indie
  1. Before Life
  2. Runaway
  3. WeAreTheYouth
  4. Innocence
  5. Without You
  6. If All She Has Is You
  7. The Best Thing
  8. Tomorrow
  9. Another Story
  10. She's Sleeping (interlude)
  11. A Real Hero
  12. Outro
Review: Electric Youth have already achieved notoriety through their inclusion on one of the most iconic film soundtracks in recent memory, Drive, on which their collaboration with College, A Real Hero played a crucial role in said cinematic sensation. Yet this was merely a moment of serendipity on the way to this debut proper, which sees the Canadian duo set out their stall with a languorous brand of neon-drenched and '80s-tinged synthpop rich in luminous melody and potent melancholy. Nocturnal in atmosphere and cinematic in scope, Innerworld is no retro confection, rather a timeless and seductive document of electronic allure that is set to lurk in the deeper recesses of the consciousness.
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Breaking Up Is Hard (mini LP limited to 150 copies in hand-spray painted and stamped sleeve by Eliphino + printed coloured inner sleeve)
Cat: SECRET 024. Rel: 16 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Studio Time (3:53)
  2. Old Lemons (4:27)
  3. Second Sunday (4:40)
  4. Breaking Up Is Hard (4:43)
  5. I Don't Want To Wait For You (4:01)
  6. IG Messenger (5:40)
  7. Dusty (4:28)
Review: Eliphino continues to explore his emotionally charged, modern sound with this new mini LP for Secretsundaze. Following the trend laid out by his previous turns on Hypercolour, The Love Below and Meda Fury, he unfurls a richly harmonic sound that places emphasis on melodic progression to tell a particularly personal story, ranging from the emotive "Studio Time" to the crooked break-flecked "Old Lemons". "Second Sunday" flirts with electro and "Breaking Up Is Hard" veers towards jungle, but throughout Eliphino's personality binds the record together in fine style. Thoroughly contemporary and unbounded by genre restrictions, this is the sound of someone making the record they want to make.
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Cat: DE 076LP. Rel: 23 Sep 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Anthem 82
  2. 303B The East Is Red
  3. Big Eats
  4. The Ritualistic
  5. Babies
  6. These Are The Words
  7. Word
  8. Touch
  9. Cross
  10. Hold
  11. Our Work For Love At Home
  12. In Her Hair
Review: It's hard to keep accurate tabs on Dark Entries this year, such is the rate at which the West Coast label is reissuing material and the range of music covered. This latest archival endeavour finds Josh Cheon's label once again tapping from the sizeable well marked Tom Ellard/Severed Heads, having previously reissued the Australian band's classic Dead Eyes Opened. This an altogether rarer proposition however, with 80s Cheesecake a rather special reissue of solo material Ellard committed to tape in the early '80s, specifically the self release 80s Cheesecake and Snappy Carrion. Some of the material has been collected for reissue before, most notably on Vinyl-On-Demand's exhaustive Adenoids 1977-1985 boxset, but this Dark Entries edition presents a more affordable insight into some music that still sounds way ahead of it's time some 30 years on.
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 in stock $17.30
Cat: RSR 005. Rel: 23 Jan 19
Soul
  1. Crying (6:03)
  2. Easy Come (instrumental) (4:26)
  3. Wake Up (3:55)
  4. Let's Make Love (5:16)
  5. Completion Of A Miracle (3:37)
  6. You Touched Me (3:38)
  7. Next Time (instrumental) (4:20)
  8. Certain People (5:01)
Review: Originally released in 1992, Completion Of A Miracle was American R&B and gospel musician Steve Elliott's second LP. New Zealand-based reissue imprint Rain & Shine continue their love for Elliott's self-produced music by giving the album another lease of life. Remastered from the original reel-to-reel tapes, it includes the dancefloor cut "Wake Up". Another essential release set to become a future collector's item. Rain & Shine was established in Auckland, New Zealand in 2017 and only pursues music previously unreleased or never re-issued, and when certain that artists or their families can be directly involved to benefit financially.
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Cat: RSR 004. Rel: 15 May 19
Soul
  1. Skitz-O-Love (5:51)
  2. Never Say You're Sorry (6:17)
  3. One More Time (4:00)
  4. Just Us Two (2:43)
  5. We Were Meant To Be (5:24)
  6. Believe In Me (3:15)
  7. Exist (2:49)
  8. Memory (4:58)
Review: Not-for-profit label Rain & Shine continues to offer up fine reissues of long overlooked, forgotten and hard-to-find LPs. Their latest comes from gospel musician Steve Elliott, whose self-released 1981 debut "True Image" is considered by collectors to be something of a Holy Grail of boogie-era gospel soul. As this new edition proves, it remains a hugely potent and entertaining set. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the suitably lo-fi synth-soul business of "Skitz-O-Love" and laidback boogie-pop of "One More Time", to the smooth grooves (and even smoother vocals) of "We Were Meant To Be" and sugary "Believe In Me", where female harmony vocals only emphasize the loved-up mood.
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Emptyset (2xLP)
Cat: SUB 014. Rel: 26 Aug 15
Techno
  1. Aleph (2:40)
  2. Gate 1 (3:17)
  3. Gate 2 (4:31)
  4. Beyond (5:58)
  5. Gate 3 (3:22)
  6. Completely Gone (6:08)
  7. Beyond 2 (2:33)
  8. Gate 4 (2:12)
  9. Awake (4:11)
  10. Over (2:15)
Review: Bristolian noise merchants Paul Purgas and James Ginzburg show you where it all began on the re-issue of their 2009 debut album. Laying down the formations of their signature sound design skills, a while before they were mic'ing up abandoned buildings, recording the natural dynamics and reverberations of their extreme sub bass explorations. Nonetheless, their abrasive and textured experiments in bass driven techno are still of honorable mention on this release like on the sinister low slung grooves of "Gate 1" and "Gate 2" respectively. The extreme noise terror of "Gate 4" where they nailed their now signature sound and not to mention now classics such as "Beyond" and the grinding "Completely Gone".
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Cat: 570934 8. Rel: 11 Nov 16
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Circle Eight (feat Nanuk) (2:14)
  2. The Omega Point (5:41)
  3. Diving (2:41)
  4. The Die Is Cast (feat Mark Josher) (4:22)
  5. Mother (feat Anggun) (3:27)
  6. Angus Dei (3:53)
  7. Sadeness (part II - feat Anggun) (4:34)
  8. Lost In Nothingness (2:54)
  9. Oxygen Red (feat Anggun) (4:42)
  10. Confession Of The Mind (3:13)
  11. Absolvo (1:57)
  12. Amen (feat Aquilo) (4:48)
Review: The famous producer behind the 1990 smash hit "Sadness Part 1" indeed returns! Driven by founder and composer Michael Cretu, The Fall Of A Rebel Angel weaves together twelve conceptual tracks, or chapters, into one long and compelling narrative. Said to tell the story of a protagonist's progression, growth, and ultimate evolution. Grammy and Echo award winning writer Michael Kunze has created the story in words to accompany the music and will be featured in its entirety on the album's multi-lingual Special Edition. Cretu was said to influenced by a wide range of musical genres on this album. From the obvious classical music references and Gregorian chants as well as even more contemporary electronic music like dubstep. A compelling listen from start to finish.
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Reflection (2xLP)
Cat: WARPLP 280. Rel: 01 Jan 17
Ambient/Drone
  1. Reflection I (13:07)
  2. Reflection II (11:54)
  3. Reflection III (14:33)
  4. Reflection IV (13:06)
Review: As one of the founding fathers of the ambient scene, any new beat-less missive from Brian Eno should be considered essential listening. It's years, though, since the ambient pioneer has put out something quite as mesmerizing as Reflection. As critics have pointed out, the single-track structure - think 54 minutes of mostly meditative bliss, with occasional darker moments, built around chiming notes that slowly shift and change shape as the piece progresses - recalls 1985's brilliant Thursday Afternoon. It feels more minimalist in outlook than other recent Eno projects, with the "generative" nature of the music (supplemented by an app that rearranges the music depending on the time of day you listen) recalling the musician's early academic approach. Either way, it's uttering beguiling.
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Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks (Extended Edition) (2xCD in 24 page hard-back book sleeve)
UMC
Cat: 774776 4. Rel: 19 Jul 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Under Stars
  2. The Secret Place
  3. Matta
  4. Signals
  5. An Ending (Ascent)
  6. Under Stars II
  7. Drift
  8. Silver Morning
  9. Deep Blue Day
  10. Weightless
  11. Always Returning
  12. Stars
  13. The End Of A Thin Cord
  14. Capsule
  15. At The Foot Of A Ladder
  16. Waking Up
  17. Clear Desert Night
  18. Over The Canaries
  19. Last Step From The Surface
  20. Fine-grained
  21. Under The Moon
  22. Strange Quiet
  23. Like I Was A Spectator
Review: To tie in with the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landings, Brian Eno has decided to put out a new edition of his decidedly spacey 1983 ambient album "Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks", which started life as the soundtrack to a long-forgotten documentary about NASA's space program. The edition is rather special, not only because it contains a remastered version of the original set created by Eno, his brother Roger and regular collaborator Daniel Lanois, but also because it contains a second disc of previously unheard material. This is not old, though, but rather brand new recordings - described as "new interpretations of the film soundtrack" - made by the Lanois and the Eno brothers late last year in a similar style. In a word: essential.
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Bedouin Trax (limited 2xLP)
Cat: BDNX 001. Rel: 08 Sep 16
Techno
  1. Entrance (5:31)
  2. Ascension (5:09)
  3. Same Heart, Same Breath, Same Life, Same Death (5:28)
  4. Ritual (2:40)
  5. Prayer (part 1) (5:44)
  6. Toward An Entity Of Oneness (5:43)
  7. Oasis (7:07)
  8. Incantation (6:24)
  9. Gather To Move, Gather To Live, Gather To Be (2:47)
  10. Jani Mun (4:21)
Review: Lakker artist Ian McDonnell realigns with Bedouin Records for a most conceptual of albums as Eomac, the result of an invitation to use samples from the Arabic world sourced by the label, in a bid to cross cultural boundaries in a typically modern fashion. Bedouin approached McDonnell due to his life as an Irish man living in Berlin, further emphasizing the displacement of the original source material. As the Irish producer explains in the album's press release, he took great care to treat the source material with sensitivity and respect in order to understand the context of what he was working with. Apparently he submitted over 30 tracks, which has been condensed down into this 10-track album by Bedouin and adds a compelling chapter to Eomac's brand of brutal yet supple electronic production.
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Tender Leaf (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MIRAULP 02. Rel: 22 Nov 12
Deep House
  1. Hello
  2. Let Go
  3. Semantics
  4. The Mattress Excursions (feat The Drifter)
  5. Through The Night
  6. Tetra
  7. Wait
  8. Arbitrary Act
  9. Ebdus Rude
  10. Separate Spaces
  11. Poem
  12. Tender Leaf
Review: Under his Erdbeerschnitzel guise, producer Tim Kelling has consistently delivered excellent material that's notoriously hard to pigeonhole. Tender Leaf, his second full-lenghth, follows a similar pattern. His default setting seems to be bright but woozy electronica heavily laden with nu-disco synths and curious, off-beat deep house rhythms. There's plenty of that here, alongside more dancefloor-centric tracks that shift further towards loose deep house (see "Semantics") and skittering, bass-music inspired beatscapes that glisten with high-speed rhythmic intent. There's also a deliciously wonky house/nu-disco/R&B fusion ("Through The Night") that's almost worth the admission price on its own.
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Here Appear (LP with obi-strip)
Cat: SKYWALKING 05. Rel: 25 Apr 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Grind Away (5:28)
  2. Immediate Communicator (6:54)
  3. Satisfaction Theories (6:06)
  4. Life Of Service (3:46)
  5. Colorless Stone (4:33)
  6. Here Appear (7:45)
  7. Clear Light (4:37)
Review: New York-based Eve Essex is something of an artistic whirlwind. She's a classically trained bassoonist, a successful sculptor and a member of a number of musical groups, so it's perhaps surprising that she's found time to record this intriguing debut album. It's an imaginative and notably left-of-centre affair, with Essex serving up a mixture of dystopian ambient pop (see fabulous opener "Grind Away" and the drowsy "Satisfaction Theories"), expressive free-jazz ("Immediate Communicator") and chiming "Fourth World" explorations ("Life of Service", "Hear Appear"). While there are plenty of purely instrumental cuts, it's generally those featuring Essex's distinctive vocals that stand out.
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Cat: DWAPS 2107. Rel: 11 Apr 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Give Me A Chance (3:31)
  2. Rumours (4:46)
  3. Nobody Can Stop You (5:07)
  4. Ife (4:18)
  5. Don't Let Me Down (4:33)
  6. Onwu (4:07)
  7. Saboteurs (4:10)
  8. Ikan Idomo (4:11)
Review: Released deep in the throes of her tenure as Nigerian pop's 'First Lady Of Song', "Give Me A Chance" is the fifth album and the first reissue since its 1980 by the late great Christy Essien captures just why she became such a universally loved artist; Essien can tap any type of groove and make it her own. From the country blues of "Give Me A Chance" to the warm reggae bubbles of "Ife" via the afrodisco of "Rumours" and all fusions in between, the combination Christy's powerful presence and super tight band made this one of her best albums.
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Cat: CM 006. Rel: 12 Nov 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. XEU.4217 (4:48)
  2. Ne Parlons Pas De Ruines (2:52)
  3. Derivation Lente (4:48)
  4. Notre Mer (6:37)
  5. Souvenir 1 (3:56)
  6. Alicante (6:28)
  7. Hecatombes (4:53)
  8. Faux Coupon (3:02)
  9. GRD.4217 (5:39)
Review: Collapsing Market is a record label based in Paris by Cyrus Goberville & Louis Vial aka Eszaid - who presents here his second full length. The Eurosouvenir LP was inspired by the metaphoric symbolism of 0€ banknotes found at tourist hotspots across the continent and further examines Eszaid's fascination with the connections between finance, human emotion, music and art - using samples, machines and field recordings. From the guttural industrial sludge of opener "XEU.4217" through to the slow burning deep techno-like "Derivation lente", offworld IDM expressions of "Notre Mer" and "Alicante" and the powerful closer "GRD.4217" which is reminiscent of early Kangding Ray.
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Evangelist (gatefold heavyweight vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: USR 002LP. Rel: 10 Dec 15
Indie
  1. The World That I Created (1:39)
  2. Spirit (3:43)
  3. Same Hands (4:28)
  4. I'm In Love Tonight (4:07)
  5. Know One Will Ever Know (3:47)
  6. Never Feel This Young (7:24)
  7. God Song (4:19)
  8. The Unbeliever (I'm Never Wrong) (2:40)
  9. I Wanna Lift You Up (4:09)
  10. Whirlwind Of Rubbish (2:40)
  11. Holy Holy (2:03)
Review: Mercurial and troubled singer-songwriter Gavin Clark passed away last February at the age of 46, leaving a body of work elevated by his enchanting voice and talent for dark and reflective songwriting alike. In some cases pieced together from demos recorded before his departure, this collection of songs centres around a project he had been working on with collaborator Pablo Clements, who he met when working with UNKLE, and centres around his semi-autobiographical vision of a troubadour in the form of a corrupt preacher. Partly heard on the soundtrack of the recent This Is England '90, the results are both a raw and emotionally affecting treatise on both imperiousness and vulnerability, testimony to a talent whose light shines beyond his departure.
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Cat: DE 071. Rel: 16 Jul 14
Indie
  1. The Bus
  2. Thirty Years
  3. Cinema
  4. So Mote It Be
Review: The third and final archival release issued to celebrate Dark Entries reaching the 5 year anniversary mark finds the San Francisco-based label focus on the superbly named Executive Slacks. Spawned in early '80s Philadelphia, Executive Slacks were made up of Matt Marello, John Young and Albert Ganss, a trio of art students inspired to commit their angst ridden electronics to tape after infiltrating the local scene's circuit of clubs and galleries. In 1983 a self-titled EP was issued by local independent Red Records featuring four tracks of jagged body music that took inspiration from the Cabs and Tuxedo Moon as well as Dadaism and Disco. Fully remastered and presented in original artwork, this new Dark Entries issue is a superb introduction to a band whose music is a clear influence on the likes of Front 242 and Ministry.
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Intérprete: Thread London
 in stock $15.96
Cat: ALBFLP 02. Rel: 07 Mar 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Breakthrough (7:58)
  2. Pocket 5 (3:51)
  3. Cannonball (6:51)
  4. Ivory Mountain (5:58)
  5. Dragonfly (5:05)
  6. Miles Away (8:30)
Review: Having previously impressed with a trio of singles - particularly 2013 debut "Lavender" - hopes are naturally high for this first full-length from the James O'Keefe and Dave Koor-helmed Expansions project. Predictably, they deliver in spades, serving up a set whose fluid spontaneity and meandering solos owe much to the fact that the album was recorded in just three days. There's plenty of spacey jazz-funk and fusion fun to be found throughout, from the intergalactic synth solos of "Pocket 5" and dancefloor-burning heat of "Ivory Mountain", to the daydreaming Fender Rhodes motifs and fizzing drums of killer closer "Miles Away". Happily, fine recent single "Breakthrough" also makes an appearance.
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Blues Breakers (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: 900020. Rel: 23 Jan 08
Rock
  1. All Your Love
  2. Hideaway
  3. Little Girl
  4. Another Man
  5. Double Crossing Time
  6. What'd I say
  7. Parchman Farm
  8. Ramblin' On My Mind
  9. It Ain't Right
  10. Key To Love
  11. Have You Heard
  12. Steppin' Out
  13. They Call It Stormy Monday (live)
  14. Intro To Maudie (live)
  15. Have You Ever Loved A Woman (live)
  16. Hoochie Coochie (live)
Review: Vinyl Lovers Presents 'Blues Breakers' from John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton. This seminal British blues album gave Clapton the chance to finally show his
chops, not surprisingly, launching Clapton into stardom. Recorded in 1966 during Clapton's short stint with the Bluesbreakers, just after leaving the Yardbirds.
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 in stock $17.04
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