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Singles
Cat: WEBMG 08 (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Nov 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  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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Cat: WEBMG 08. Rel: 01 Nov 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  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: 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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Intérprete: JimmyTheTwin
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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: GR 1252. Rel: 28 May 19
International
  1. Auidny (3:39)
  2. Njoo El Leyl (4:07)
Review: Earlier in the year, Italian reissue specialists offered up a tidy reissue of Ahmed Fakrun's "Nisyan", a sought-after chunk of Arabic blue-eyed soul that originally appeared as a seven-inch single in 1977. Here they offer up a new edition of its predecessor, which the Lebanese musician recording during the same recording sessions in Milan. With its flanged guitars, lolloping reggae-funk swing, spacey synths and warm bass, "Auidny" is particularly inspired, though the West Coast AOR-influenced warmth of flipside "Njoo El Leyl" is arguably equally as addictive. Both are superb, though, so it's great that Groovin' has slung them out again.
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Cat: DRP 021. Rel: 20 Mar 14
Soul
  1. Mother Mother (Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy & Andy Yamwho Cosmodelica remix)
  2. Never Moving (Ashely Beedle & Darren Morris Africanz On Marz remix)
Review: Fat Freddy's Drop tracks are so well written, arranged and delivered, the prospect of nailing a good remix of them must fill any producer's boots with dread. Not for super duos Cosmo & Yamwho and Beedle & Morris, both of whom have exceeded expectations. The former inject dangerous amounts of lolloping funk into "Mother Mother" while the latter apply a hot-stepping Afrobeat and touch of jazz soul to "Never Moving". Both takes complement Joe Dukie's vocals and the band's warm horns with perfection.
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The Floor Mixes (limited hand-numbered blue vinyl 12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: MW 065. Rel: 19 Dec 17
Techno
  1. Five Times Of Dust - "Computer Bank" (The Floor mix) (7:12)
  2. Five Times Of Dust - "Armoured Car" (6:57)
  3. Unovidual & Tara Cross - "Like I Am, Comme Je Suis" (The Floor mix) (7:11)
  4. Unovidual & Tara Cross - "Imponative" (3:28)
Review: Thanks to the eternally revered Minimal Wave imprint, out of NYC, Mark Phillips and Robert Lawrence's Five Times Of Dust project is going through a bit of a revival. The duo had first released some post-punk cassettes back in the 80s, and they clearly have not been forgotten. On this new remix EP, "Computer Bank" is given a makeover in the form of a The Floor remix, who proceeds to add all sorts of quirkiness over the tune's tough, heavy bass and driving rhythm; "Armoured Car" breaks the 4/4 in favour of something much closer to the band's original drum machine style. Once again, on the flip, we have a remix of "Like I Am, Comme Je Suis" by The Floor, who throws up a gnarly electro bass onto shady, neo-romantic vocals, and the whole things is finished off by "Imponative" from Unovodual and Tara Cross, who produce a slow, heady industrial groove for the dancefloor.
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Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan, Dj soFa
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Sabor EP (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: ACME 004. Rel: 26 Sep 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Visionaere
  2. Lo Que Quiere La Gente
  3. Los Hombres De Negro
  4. Latin Rhythms
  5. A Little Spicy
  6. La Rumba No Tiene Horario
Review: Valencia's Alex Font has released or remixed previously on the likes of Nervous, Multi Vitamins and Nite Grooves but returns on his new Acme imprint with a full length. On the Sabor LP, he joins the dots between rolling maximal house ("Visionaere"/"Los Hombres De Negro"), deep and drugged out after-hours shenanigans ("Latin Rhythms"), spacey microhouse ("A Little Spicy") and even a bit of traditional latin jazz on the quirky closer "La Rumba No Tiene Horario". Recorded and released since his return to his homeland after a three year stint in London, it's all in all a brilliant effort by a talented young producer and he's definitely still one to watch!
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Cat: LR 505012. Rel: 15 Apr 16
Funk
  1. Feel The Spirit (long disco version) (4:03)
  2. Feel The Spirit (disco version) (3:53)
Review: The Foster Jackson Group are one of those forgotten but highly coveted one-hit disco wonders that exist in the bottomless pit that is often classed simply as 'soul'. All that aside, these people made an incredible 12" back in 1979 that has been going for serious bucks on the second-hand market, but thankfully the prodigious P&P Records have saved the day yet again. "Feel The Spirit" is a devilish, inimitable disco jingle that is split between the more percussion ridden "Long Disco Version", and a more contained, more floor-focussed "Disco Version" They both contain that instantly addictive dose of piano, though. Check it out, you'll know what we mean...
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One Step Ahead (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: BEWITH 001SEVEN. Rel: 01 May 18
Funk
  1. One Step Ahead (2:34)
  2. I Can't Wait Until I See My Baby's Face (2:43)
Review: "One Step Ahead" by American soul singer Aretha Franklin was released by Columbia Records in 1965. The A-side of the single reached the Rhythm & Blues singles chart of the time and ranked at #18. On the flip, "I Can't Wait Until I See My Baby's Face" was taken from her 1964 album entitled Runnin' Out Of Fools. The single was released two years before Aretha achieved stardom when she joined Atlantic Records. The A side cut was not included on any of her Columbia studio albums and remains one of her rarest releases. The song has risen in familiarity due to its use in recent films, such as the music documentary Muscle Shoals and in the Academy Award winning drama Moonlight directed by Barry Jenkins.
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  1. I Who Have Nothing
  2. Loneliness
  3. Gonna Get Your Love
  4. (You've Got To) Push & Pull
  5. Your Eyes
  6. My Baby's Hand
Review: Raw, unfettered funk from one of LA's hardest working live outfits, Ray Frazier and Shades Of Madness recorded a criminal amount of 45s... One of which - "My Baby's Hand" - regularly fetches the handsome sum of L1000 between collectors. Instantly triggering the biggest northern soul sensations (stomping beats, relentless super-tight grooves, show-stopping splashes of bold soul), this will resonate with, and unite all, funk and soul aficionados across the globe. Highlights include the strident string-led blues riff on the aforementioned "My Baby's Hand", the chop-slapping JB-echoing tightness of "I Who Have Nothing" and the lazier, luxurious swing of "Gonna Get Your Love". Presented as a trio of sweet 45s, Jazzman have curated an exceptional document right here.
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Modern Architect (double 12")
Cat: EOS 001. Rel: 26 Nov 15
Deep House
  1. Tokyo To Chiba (9:25)
  2. Sybian (7:29)
  3. Dub In The Sky (6:33)
  4. Don't Be Afraid (feat Minako) (9:59)
  5. Memory P (7:05)
  6. Down Under (6:03)
Review: For the best part of a decade, Fred Peterkin has impressed with his ultra-deep, soul-flecked take on deep house and techno. Here, his Soul People Music imprint gives birth to a new sub-label, Energy of Sound, with the New York producer delivering a double-pack's worth of previously unreleased cuts. Naturally, the standard is abnormally high throughout, with Peterkin variously serving up sumptuous, dreamy fare ("Down Under", the San Francisco '90s deep house revivalism of "Don't Be Afraid"), chunkier deep house rollers ("Memory P"), crunchy dub house ("Dub In The Sky"), and throbbing, tech-tinged brilliance ("Tokyo To Chiba" and the European-sounding "Sybian").
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Shoulder To Cry On (7" limited to 250 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: ZP 07. Rel: 06 Feb 18
Soul
  1. Shoulder To Cry On (4:59)
  2. Let Go (4:39)
Review: Izipho Soul recently described Frederick Davis as "one of Cleveland's hidden gems". This tasty seven-inch, which contains two tracks recorded way back in 1992 but never before issued, certainly backs up their assertion. A-side "Shoulder to Cry On" is something of a sparkling, late night synth-soul treat - a close-dancing slow jam that sees Davis's fine vocal rise above a backing track rich in chiming electronic melodies, post New Jack Swing R&B style beats and sensual saxophone solos. Flip for the similarly minded but arguably more elastic "Let Go", where the unheralded Cleveland singer whispers seductively over a killer synth bassline and more cascading '80s soul melodies.
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Intérprete: I Love 45's!, Soul Music
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Cat: SCEP 475. Rel: 19 Nov 15
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Olympia (5:48)
  2. Tin Tin Deo (6:10)
  3. Talking Sticks (5:42)
  4. East Breeze (5:32)
  5. The Obsession (5:39)
Review: Gerardo's first new material since last year's album Movement, the "Olympia" EP sees the Milano musician return to his club roots with five of his most floor-focused cuts. From the Shiffrin-style guitars and Jorge Ben licks of the dramatic cinematic title track we head deep into the dance by way of the cadent Latin soul of "Tin Tin Deo", the Hammond-squeezing "Talking Sticks" and the percussion-primed heads-down Arabic charms of "East Breeze". We climax with "The Obsession", a thumping drum-focussed samba number that tips a big nod to the likes of Master At Work.
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Tell Me (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: RP 001. Rel: 05 Oct 18
Jazz
  1. Tell Me (3:48)
  2. Here We Are (3:37)
Review: April Fulladosa grew up in Los Angeles, California. She begun writing songs at school when she was only 16 years old going onto write most of the tracks by 19 years of age for her sought after independent limited release 'Home Base' album from 1978. This single on new label imprint Reference Point showcases the talent of this lesser known artist who deserves to be heard by a brand new audience.
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Cat: BST X065. Rel: 16 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Funk Is On (vocal) (6:44)
  2. Funk Is On (instrumental) (5:10)
Review: Best just keep coming with the Italo heat, once again tapping into that golden year of 1984. Funky Family was a one-shot studio project that left a much-vaunted record in its wake. The visionary nature of "Funk Is On" is impossible to ignore - from the noirish mood to the physical thrust of the arpeggios, the diva vocals and tough 4/4 groove, this is house music in all but name. Whether you want the vocal cut or the instrumental, Best have you covered - either is going to set the dancefloor alight.
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Formes 001 (double 12")
Cat: CLAQUE 019. Rel: 05 Jan 90
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Oscar - "BB" (5:36)
  2. Iuly.B - "Alien Acid" (7:22)
  3. Carola Pisaturo - "Ganzirri" (6:40)
  4. The Hush - "Twins" (7:12)
  5. The Museri - "Brown Cat" (7:06)
  6. Federico Grazzini - "Owl" (6:14)
  7. Calma - "Cenere" (5:44)
  8. Analog Inside - "Deep Time 808" (8:32)
Review: It would be fair to say that Claque Musique, a freshly minted outlet for tactile tech-house, skewed deep house and otherworldly techno, has hit the ground running. Their debut release is something of an epic, featuring eight tried-and-tested cuts stretched across two slabs of wax. There's plenty of subtle variety on show throughout - compare, for example, the hissing percussion, jaunty synth bass and trippy spoken word vocals of Carola Pisaturo's "Ganzirri" and the jazzy, dub-flecked deep house shuffle of "Cenere" by Calma - plus a swathe of notable highlights. This include the spacey machine funk of Analog Inside's wonderful "Deep Time '88" and the psychedelic acid madness of Iuly B's "Alien Acid", whose delay-laden percussion hits are particularly wonky.
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Intérprete: Joe Montana
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Álbumes
Hide Before Dinner (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BLACKEST 044. Rel: 01 Sep 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Escape Into The Bushes (4:31)
  2. Mum's Caress After Trip (3:43)
  3. Tantrum Time (5:21)
  4. Blissfull Cubby House (5:14)
  5. Useless Treasure (6:59)
  6. Under The House Hard To Breathe (4:40)
  7. Hide Before Dinner (5:58)
Review: Melbourne trio F Ingers are formed of Tarcar pair Carla Dal Forno and Tarquin Manek along with Samuel Karmel and their Blackest Ever Black debut is some seriously drugged out, lo-fi electronics sounding like early Chris & Cosey crossed with Syd Barrett style psychedelia. Such examples of this are on tracks "Escape Into Bushes" and "Under The House Hard To Breathe". Likewise, tracks like "Blissful Cubby House" and "Useless Treasure" sound like CTI.. if they were joined by a guitarist! The perfect soundtrack for rainy Sunday afternoons after a big night out.
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Cat: MAMBO 002LP. Rel: 29 Mar 17
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Aniara (4:35)
  2. Midnight Caller (5:28)
  3. Ljusar (5:18)
  4. Mist (5:13)
  5. Norra Magasinet (4:28)
  6. Utah (4:33)
  7. Vardagsrummet (5:16)
Review: Unlike most dubbed with the "Scandolearic" tag, Farbror Resande Mac boasts impeccable Balearic credentials. This album for Full Pupp offshoot Horisontal Mambo follows impressive EPs for both Aficionado and Is It Balearic, and is made up almost entirely of the kind of softly spun, saucer-eyed fare created to soundtrack Ibizan sunsets and Adriatic sunrises. The beats largely shuffle and pulse, the guitar lines tumble down, the synthesizer melodies shuffle, and the chords wrap themselves around your consciousness like a favourite duvet. In other words, it's a superb collection of evocative, emotion-rich music for those who like their grooves sun-kissed and horizontal.
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Foxes (LP)
Cat: MTH 015LP. Rel: 20 Nov 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Naufragium (4:02)
  2. Pendulum (4:31)
  3. Mercury (2:11)
  4. Circe (1:19)
  5. Wildflowers (2:19)
  6. Folksong (3:15)
  7. Tournelle (1:55)
  8. Cave Hymn (4:09)
  9. Someone As Quiet (3:22)
  10. Carillon Sans Timbre Ni Marteau (2:42)
  11. Paul Eluard (3:46)
  12. Foxes (3:24)
  13. Dorveille (2:02)
Review: More Than Human are based in Canada and have previously released records by Pye Corner Audio, Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe and Ekoplekz. Their next release comes from Faten Kanaan, a Brooklyn based artist who slowly builds songs by live-looping them into a narrative, without the use of sequencers or arpeggiators. His third full-length Foxes is loosely inspired by early Surrealist automatism, made-up languages, Middle-Eastern Hakawati storytellers, and the minimalist poignancy of mimes. Here, Fatan uses sound as an intuitive gesture to tell a wordless story, exploring intimacy, anxiety, mischief and restlessness.
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Cat: EGLO 36. Rel: 21 Mar 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Do Better (6:47)
  2. Technology (2:42)
  3. Circle (3:31)
  4. Sun, Star, Solar (1:13)
  5. Ridin' Round (Sky High) (4:34)
  6. Family (3:50)
  7. La Neta (5:37)
  8. Biggest Joke Of All (5:24)
  9. Underwater (3:18)
  10. Rest In Peace (1:13)
  11. Talk (4:44)
  12. Gave Me My Name (5:18)
Review: Eglo come through with Yellow Memories, the long awaited debut album from Queen bee Fatima! First popping up on the label run by Alex Nut and Floating Points with a vocal contribution to Kleer by FunkinEven, Fatima's been an undeniably soulful presence on Eglo ever since and they've been teasing fans about the idea of a long player from the singer for what seems lie an aeon! Twelve tracks deep, Yellow Memories features button pushing credits from Eglo mainstays Floating Points and fLako along with Sound Signature boss man Theo Parrish, Sa Ra Creative Partners producer Computer Jay, Stones Throw artist (and Madlib's younger brother) Oh No and the wonderfully named Scoop DeVille. Fatima fans will recognise a few of the tracks on the album, with "Techno" and "Circle" issued last summer whilst the Family 12? released earlier this year featured the fLako produced cuts "La Neta" and "Family". Sink in and soak it up!
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Nadi (heavyweight vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SQM 001. Rel: 17 Apr 19
Jazz
  1. Pop Up (5:30)
  2. Atuo (5:19)
  3. Blitzer (4:02)
  4. Lina (5:39)
  5. Harlesden (7:50)
  6. Twin Drum (4:43)
  7. Jetty (4:59)
  8. Wasi (4:14)
Review: Munich collective Fazer are a hard act to pin down, musically speaking at least. The band's various members are all classically trained with roots in jazz, but their releases draw on a much wider array of sounds and styles. While still taking warm and woozy jazz as its base, "Nadi", their second full-length, continues this trend. So while tracks such as "Pop Up", "Atuo" and "Wasi" wrap a variety of solos around jazz-funk and Afro-Latin jazz grooves, Fazer also finds space for the polyrhythmic African percussion workout "Twin Drum", the Peter Green-esque bliss of "Lina" and the dubbed-out smokiness of "Harlesden".
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Los Lagos (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: KOMPAKT 388. Rel: 04 Sep 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Lowenzahnzimmer (8:23)
  2. Window (8:51)
  3. Morrislouis (8:48)
  4. Tempelhof (feat Max Loderbauer) (6:37)
  5. Freiluft (7:21)
  6. Triggerism (7:18)
  7. Neverevernever (7:29)
  8. Geworden (8:44)
Review: With nearly 40 years experience as a producer, having collaborated with everyone from Holger Hiller, Moritz Von Oswald and Juan Atkins among others, Swiss legend Thomas Fehlmann presents Los Lagos ('The Lakes'). It's his seventh solo full-length (and fourth for Koelsch institution Kompakt), following his Berlin inspired 2010 LP Gute Luft. The multi-talented composer and long standing member of The Orb embarked on a deep journey of soul searching while recording the album - and in the process incorporated elements of art, disco, minimalism, jazz and funk. A collection of glacial and textural dub introversions as best exemplified on "Lowenzahnzimmer" or "Morrislouis", but he also makes room for moments of pulsating hypnotic dancefloor dynamics ("Triggerism") and moments of lush ambient bliss reminiscent of his work with Dr. Alex Patterson on "Geworden".
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Cat: FSRLP 125. Rel: 24 Jan 19
Funk
  1. Joyous (4:21)
  2. That's Nice (3:28)
  3. Egg Roll (3:13)
  4. Smokey Joe's La La (3:27)
  5. Goodbye, So Long (4:25)
  6. Sweet Power Your Embrace (4:06)
  7. Noches De Viaje (4:08)
  8. A Love I Believe In (4:18)
  9. The Panther (4:29)
  10. Brazilian Rhyme (4:43)
  11. Am I Wrong (4:28)
Review: New Zealand-born Lance Ferguson has been the beating heart of Melbourne's modern funk and soul scene for the best part of two decades. It's this that allowed him to gather many of the city's best musicians together to record "Rare Groove Spectrum", an album of fresh covers of rare and classic funk, soul and Latin jams. There are some killer versions to be found amongst the 11 tracks on offer. We're particularly enjoying the collective's riotous instrumental revision of Pleasure classic "Joyous", the strutting deep funk heaviness of "Egg Roll" (a similarly restless cover of a mysterious but much-played cut that should be familiar to dusty-fingered diggers and knowledgeable dancers) and the sumptuous summer breeze that is the combo's meandering take on Earth, Wind and Fire staple "Brazilian Rhyme". It is, though, all superb.
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Looping State Of Mind (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 241. Rel: 06 Oct 11
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Is This Power
  2. It's Up There
  3. Burned Out
  4. Arpeggiated Love
  5. Looping State Of Mind
  6. Then It's White
  7. Sweet Slow Baby
  8. Is This Power
  9. It's Up There
  10. Burned Out
  11. Arpeggiated Love
  12. Looping State Of Mind
  13. Then It's White
  14. Sweet Slow Baby
Review: For his third full-length for the constantly enduring Kompakt label, Axel Willner has decided to take his enduring brand of Balearic loop techno to grandiose new heights. Sonically, the template remains the same - intoxicating layers of guitar, voice and ambient synth loops atop hypnotic dancefloor grooves - but the resultant tracks are just, well, bigger - cinematic, even. Given Willner's inherent skill at producing this kind of baggy, organic techno, the results are rarely less than impressive. As a result, Looping State of Mind makes for thoroughly enjoyable listening, simultaneously appearing ambitiously big and pleasantly intimate. He deserves enormous credit for pulling it off.
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Chance Life (2xLP)
Cat: LIES 060. Rel: 08 Jul 15
Techno
  1. Temple Blockers (2:49)
  2. Chance Life Moon Dance (10:42)
  3. Billows Is Shapes (6:10)
  4. Finity Disguise (1:09)
  5. Clear Collar (7:06)
  6. Abendlander (5:22)
  7. Narrow Cross (2:19)
  8. Galcit 210 (5:46)
  9. Unarmed (A Hole In Cold Sand) (4:33)
  10. Any Object Of Desire (6:03)
  11. Lovegiver CB (7:26)
Review: Unicursal Hexagram, the debut album from Brooklyn-based experimentalist Jahiliyya Fields remains a highlight of the L.I.E.S. discography some three years after its release. The left-of-centre synthesizer soundscapes, droning textures and experimental explorations were astounding at the time, and it's an album you can revisit now and still uncover new depths. On Chance Life, his second album for L.I.E.S., Jahiliyya Fields changes tack a little with the 11 tracks a tad closer to the dancefloor. While there are still out-there moments (including a bizarre spoken word cut), for the most part the album pairs his throbbing synthesizers and crusty electronics with dense techno grooves, psychedelic tribal rhythms and humid box jams.
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Cat: BCR 067LP. Rel: 05 Apr 19
Soul
  1. It Rains Love (3:57)
  2. Blessed With The Best (3:50)
  3. Two Faces (3:43)
  4. You're What's Needed In My Life (3:38)
  5. Wake Up (3:48)
  6. Will I Get Off Easy (3:29)
  7. Love Prisoner (4:08)
  8. A Promise Is A Promise (3:07)
  9. God Is Real (3:17)
  10. Love Is The Answer (3:42)
Review: North Carolina's Lee Fields has had a long career with some dramatic pauses, but the last few years have seen him stronger than ever with LPs on Truth & Soul and now Big Crown Records. "It Rains Love" is his second LP with The Expressions, and it strikes a classic Motown note that sounds utterly timeless in its execution. The production definitely has some of the warmth and grit of Motor City classics from back in the day, but Fields' conviction and power in his delivery sounds bang up to date. For fans of Mayfield, Redding et al, this is an unmissable set of rough-edged soul.
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Cat: AJXLP 378. Rel: 14 Mar 16
Jazz
  1. Blind Man Boogaloo (4:53)
  2. Mr Morris (5:14)
  3. Watch What You're Doin' To Me (instrumental) (3:37)
  4. Supernova (7:16)
  5. Polaroid (4:39)
  6. Yes, Oui, Si (6:24)
  7. The Scamp (4:39)
  8. Watch What You're Doin' To Me (feat Brendan Reilly) (3:35)
  9. Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' (feat Brendan Reilly) (4:54)
  10. Iguana Strut (5:06)
Review: Forget the Hateful Eight, cos The Filthy Six are back in town with a new album! More Filth is the jazz sextet's third album, arriving via regular home Acid Jazz, and features their Michael Jackson cover "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin" which has already been burning up dancefloors. The rest of the album is geared towards the dance too, taking influence from Staxx as much as it does Blue Note or Prestige. Ray Charles was the inspiration for "Watch What You're Doing To Me", whilst the remainder is filled with what we've come to expect from Nick Etwell, Dan Drury, Mark Brown, Nick Nigel Price, Pete Whittaker and Simon Lea. A rock-solid rhythm section, smooth organ lines, tight brass and taut guitar.
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Amazonia (LP)
Cat: EM 1148LP. Rel: 11 Feb 16
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Suite Amazonica (Amazon Suite) (5:29)
  2. El Abrazo De La Selva (The Embrace Of The Forest) (4:46)
  3. Carauari (Carauari) (7:57)
  4. El Hechicero (The Soothsayer) (3:03)
  5. Hombres Trueno (Thunder Men) (3:38)
  6. Danca Do Corpo (5:14)
  7. Remontando El Purus (Sailing The Purus) (7:54)
  8. Hassell, El Oso Hormiguero (Hassell The Ant-Eater) (2:05)
  9. Hombres Lluvia (Rain Men) (3:48)
  10. Adios A Puerto Espana (Adieu To Puerto Espana) (4:03)
Review: In our eyes, it is no exaggeration to claim that Finis Africae's recent reissues on Japan's EM have been partly response for the recent resurrection of Balearic, exotica, and deeply textured ambient music. The last three reissues on EM have all seen great success in terms of copies sold and feedback from game-changers such as the Mood Hut mandem, and the label's close relationship with Honest Jon's gives this music an even higher send of cultural relevance to the scene of today. Amazonia was first released in 1990 on Musica Sin Fin, and it very much sounds like it was made yesterday; this is timeless music that has the ability to please just about any ear, or any sort of digger. Containing gentle beats and harmonic patterns, Juan Alberto Arteche managed to create a world of his own, where time and space is lost, and the melodies and rhythms take us back to a primeval state. Yes, we like this a hell of a lot. Contender for leftfield reissue of the year? Perhaps, and it's only February!
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Through The Cortex (heavyweight vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 30. Rel: 09 Oct 18
Techno
  1. Something Invisible (1:54)
  2. Shout In A Black Hole (5:42)
  3. Event Horizon (4:38)
  4. Fury (5:43)
  5. Accelerate (4:27)
  6. Expedition (7:13)
  7. A Halo Somewhere (3:41)
  8. Phase Shift (4:39)
Review: French techno legend Terence Fixmer returns with another killer EP for Ostgut Ton since 2017's Force EP. The Planete Rouge head honcho follows up releases on aufnahme + wiedergabe, Novamute and Jealous God - so you know what to expect from the man here: bold, industrial techno loaded stright off the factory floor. From the grinding and textural hypnotism of "Shout In A Black Hole", the Millsian sci-fi aesthetics of "Fury" or the classic industrial noir of "Accelerate" to the slow burning EBM sleaze of "Expedition" - Fixmer displays yet again that he's competently consistent at whatever style he chooses throughout this riveting extended EP.
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Infinite Zest (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Alo
Cat: LOLP 001. Rel: 30 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Da Starga Tora (3:32)
  2. Borealis (5:20)
  3. Alina (4:04)
  4. Exile (7:29)
  5. Nussing (3:44)
  6. Baboobap (8:39)
  7. Prelude (5:19)
  8. All Is Changing (5:31)
Review: Back in the heyday of the Scando-Disco scene, Jann Marius Dahle had a flurry of records as Fjordfunk and under his own name. Rightly recognised by the leaders in that scene, he's been quiet for the best part of 20 years, but now he returns with the stunning, fully-rendered wonderment of "Infinite Zest". This is an album bursting with colour and musicality, as gorgeous instrumentation meets with tenderly executed disco with a distinctly Norwegian mood. From the starry-eyed synth interplay of "Alina" to the noodling funk of "Nussing", Marius Dahle's skill as an arranger and producer is a revelation. A well-deserved, long awaited return to the fray from a rightful peer of Prins Thomas, Lindstrom et al..
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LP1 (LP)
Cat: YTLP 118. Rel: 07 Aug 14
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Preface
  2. Lights On
  3. Two Weeks
  4. Hours
  5. Pendulum
  6. Video Girl
  7. Numbers
  8. Closer
  9. Give Up
  10. Kicks
Review: Young Turks clearly believe that Tahlilah Barnett, formerly known as Twigs (hence the FKA Twigs pseudonym) is a star in the making. They plucked her from obscurity last year and have since released a number of highly regarded singles. This debut album expands on her EPs to date, showcasing her woozy, intricate take on post-R&B. Naturally, her vocals - fragile and evocative, sounding not unlike Kate Bush on occasions - take centre stage, riding a bed of layered-up head-nodding rhythms, post dubstep grooves, trip-hop soundscapes, fizzing electronics and bubbling synthesizers. It's an intoxicating brew, all told, and one that delivers further proof of Barnett's immense potential.
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Cat: MOSHILP 91. Rel: 03 May 19
Rock
  1. Paradise Drive (5:04)
  2. Koray (3:12)
  3. Marigold (3:40)
  4. Astral Plane (3:14)
  5. Peaches (4:08)
  6. Moonshine On Water (1:47)
  7. Olympia (3:33)
  8. Club Coco (3:30)
  9. Mantra East (6:01)
  10. Nizwa (4:01)
  11. Levitation (7:43)
Review: Combining indie rock, psychedelic rock and Eastern influences, Flamingods certainly know how to mix things up. Levitation, their 5th album and the first since 2016's Majesty opens with a disco feel via "Paradise Place", before the laid-back grooves of "Koray" provide a leeway for more eclectic and dance-centric tracks to take hold later on in the album. The second half of the record takes us into more spacey territory best heard on "Moonshine On Water", before the band's trippy, psychedelic influences come strongly to the fore on "Mantra East" and Eastern melodies shine through on "Nizwa". An eclectic, psyched-out adventure of a record, Levitation is an album that will tempt you into Flamingods' esoteric world.
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Levitation (limited yellow vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MOSHILP 91X. Rel: 03 May 19
Indie
  1. Paradise Drive (5:04)
  2. Koray (3:12)
  3. Marigold (3:40)
  4. Astral Plane (3:14)
  5. Peaches (4:08)
  6. Moonshine On Water (1:47)
  7. Olympia (3:33)
  8. Club Coco (3:30)
  9. Mantra East (6:01)
  10. Nizwa (4:01)
  11. Levitation (7:43)
Review: Combining indie rock, psychedelic rock and Eastern influences, Flamingods certainly know how to mix things up. Levitation, their 5th album and the first since 2016's Majesty opens with a disco feel via "Paradise Place", before the laid-back grooves of "Koray" provide a leeway for more eclectic and dance-centric tracks to take hold later on in the album. The second half of the record takes us into more spacey territory best heard on "Moonshine On Water", before the band's trippy, psychedelic influences come strongly to the fore on "Mantra East" and Eastern melodies shine through on "Nizwa". An eclectic, psyched-out adventure of a record, Levitation is an album that will tempt you into Flamingods' esoteric world.
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Crack Up (gatefold 2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: 558777 1. Rel: 16 Jun 17
Indie
  1. I Am All That I Need/Arroyo Seco/Thumbprint Scar (6:24)
  2. Cassius (4:51)
  3. Naiads, Cassadies (3:18)
  4. Kept Woman (3:54)
  5. Third Of May/Odaigahara (8:46)
  6. If You Need To, Keep Time On Me (3:28)
  7. Mearcstapa (4:10)
  8. On Another Ocean (January/June) (4:39)
  9. Fool's Errand (4:46)
  10. I Should See Memphis (4:20)
  11. Crack-Up (6:24)
Review: It was a precipitous climb from obscurity to indie rock royalty for Fleet Foxes, and some might view their most recent five year absence as wise given the pressure they felt following up the harmony-laden and heartwarming strains of their debut. Yet longterm fans of Robin Pecknold's bunch of bookish aesthetes will rejoice as 'Crack Up' is every bit as deliriously wrought with heavenly melody, as rich in autumnal melancholy and as overloaded with symbolism and cerebral reference points as anything they might have hoped for - now as ever, Fleet Foxes set the standards for the sound of the more overgrown quarters of bohemia.
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Crush (140 gram vinyl LP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 259. Rel: 18 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Falaise (1:30)
  2. Last Bloom (1:30)
  3. Anasickmodular (1:30)
  4. Requiem For CS70 & Strings (1:30)
  5. Karakul (1:30)
  6. LesAlpx (1:30)
  7. Bias (1:30)
  8. Environments (1:30)
  9. Birth (1:30)
  10. Sea-watch (1:30)
  11. Apoptose (part 1) (1:30)
  12. Apoptose (part 2) (1:30)
Review: A new album from Sam Shepherd AKA Floating Points is always cause for celebration, but even by his standards "Crush" is rather special. Largely eschewing the ambient jazz soundscape shuffle of 2017's "Reflections - Mojave Desert", it sees the Shepherd showcase his musical dexterity in stunning fashion via cuts that wrap shimmering neo-classical strings around what sound like modular electronics and rhythms that variously touch on broken beat, off-kilter experimental D&B and Autechre-style IDM. Of course there are ambient and experimental soundscapes showcased, but it's the fact that the album contains a swathe of formidably dancefloor-focused cuts in the style that first made him standout that pleases us most. Highlights include recent single "LesAlpx", the dreamy "Anasickmodular" and the "People's Potential" style deep house intricacy of "Last Bloom".
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Crush (Indie Edition) (140 gram vinyl LP + booklet)
Cat: ZEN 259Y. Rel: 18 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Falaise (3:39)
  2. Last Bloom (5:55)
  3. Anasickmodular (3:14)
  4. Requiem For CS70 & Strings (2:22)
  5. Karakul (1:34)
  6. LesAlpx (5:11)
  7. Bias (5:12)
  8. Environments (4:36)
  9. Birth (3:00)
  10. Sea-watch (4:04)
  11. Apoptose (part 1) (2:35)
  12. Apoptose (part 2) (2:25)
Review: A new album from Sam Shepherd AKA Floating Points is always cause for celebration, but even by his standards "Crush" is rather special. Largely eschewing the ambient jazz soundscape shuffle of 2017's "Reflections - Mojave Desert", it sees the Shepherd showcase his musical dexterity in stunning fashion via cuts that wrap shimmering neo-classical strings around what sound like modular electronics and rhythms that variously touch on broken beat, off-kilter experimental D&B and Autechre-style IDM. Of course there are ambient and experimental soundscapes showcased, but it's the fact that the album contains a swathe of formidably dancefloor-focused cuts in the style that first made him standout that pleases us most. Highlights include recent single "LesAlpx", the dreamy "Anasickmodular" and the "People's Potential" style deep house intricacy of "Last Bloom".
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Until The Quiet Comes (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 230. Rel: 28 Sep 12
Experimental/Electronic
  1. All In
  2. Getting There (feat Niki Randa)
  3. Until The Colours Come
  4. Heave(n)
  5. Tiny Tortures
  6. All The Secrets
  7. Sultan's Request
  8. Putty Boy Strut
  9. See Thru To U (feat Erykah Badu)
  10. Until The Quiet Comes
  11. DMT Song (feat Thundercat)
  12. The Nightcaller
  13. Only If You Wanna
  14. Electric Candyman (feat Thom Yorke)
  15. Hunger (feat Niki Randa)
  16. Phantasm (feat Laura Darlington)
  17. Me Yesterday/Corded
  18. Dream To Me
Review: Pitched somewhere between the gritty, propulsive beats of Los Angeles, and the exploratory jazz of Cosmogramma, Flying Lotus's fourth album, Until The Quiet Comes is arguably the most delicate record he's ever produced. Described as a "collage of mystical states, dreams, sleep and lullabies", it steers away from bigger moments, choosing instead to present an understated patchwork of breezy jazz samples, dusty hip-hop beats smeared vocals seemingly inspired by DMT hallucinations. While previous efforts were wildly futuristic at times, Until The Quiet Comes is confidently classicist - and seals Flying Lotus's position as one of our generation's visionary producers.
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What Went Down (gatefold LP)
Cat: 082564 6075034. Rel: 27 Aug 15
Indie
  1. What Went Down (4:58)
  2. Mountain At My Gates (4:02)
  3. Birch Tree (4:21)
  4. Give It All (4:45)
  5. Albatross (5:26)
  6. Snake Oil (4:20)
  7. Night Swimmers (4:45)
  8. London Thunder (4:11)
  9. Lonely Hunter (4:38)
  10. A Knife In The Ocean (6:47)
Review: Oxford's Foals, now ten years old and some seven years on from their debut, have pulled the neat trick of elevating themselves to dizzy heights without essentially compromising their kinetic mixture of art-driven experimentation and widescreen melodic grandstanding. Yet 'What Went Down', their fourth salvo thus far, shows a band newly reinvigorated, and somehow managing to be both heavier and more danceable in turn. As angry and inventive as ever, the howls of mainman Yannis Philippakis have lost none of their cathartic charge, the chime of their guitars remains as seductive, yet so vibrant and vivacious is this collection of songs that their elevation to festival headliner status seems a foregone conclusion.
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Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 2 (gatefold 180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: 019029 5394653. Rel: 18 Oct 19
Indie
  1. Red Desert (0:59)
  2. The Runner (4:41)
  3. Wash Off (4:30)
  4. Black Bull (3:06)
  5. Like Lightning (3:35)
  6. Dreaming Of (3:44)
  7. Ikaria (0:43)
  8. 10,000 Feet (4:25)
  9. Into The Surf (4:30)
  10. Neptune (10:15)
Review: How in the name of all that's understandable can you follow up a Mercury Prize-nominated album that looked at the state of the world and answered all our concerns and questions about that in one fell swoop? How about by offering a heavier, louder second chapter, picking up where the last left off and yet emphasising different focal points? That seems to be the idea with "Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost - Part 2". It's Foals at their rockiest and most raucous, with the likes of (aptly-titled) "Black Bull" distorting the vocals and raising the grit on those guitars to 11. Things start off far more sparse, with "Red Desert"'s desolate synth keys invoking some dystopian wasteland. Perhaps the next destination for our civilisation. Whatever you think, from there we call at head-nodding, funk-driven rhythms, tear-inducing piano solos ("Ikaria" is pure beauty) and a finale of epic, soaring, hypnotic art-pop.
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Engravings (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRIANGLE 20. Rel: 27 Aug 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Ljoss
  2. Thor's Stone
  3. Irby Tremor
  4. Onward
  5. The Weight Of Gold
  6. An Hour
  7. Anneka's Battle
  8. Gathering
  9. The Plumes
  10. Friend, You Will Never Learn
Review: Some three years after Forest Swords emerged in impressive fashion with the widely regarded Daggers Path, the Wirral based producer returns with a fuller exposition of his spectral sound on a debut album. Released quite appropriately on Tri Angle, Engravings worms its way into your cerebral cortex and the ten track set reveals itself to be a richer, more varied display of the ideas formed on that Forest Swords debut. Allegedly mixed down on a laptop whilst Forest Swords producer Matthew Barnes was camped out in the Wirral countryside, there's a sense of the exposed and organic that powerfully hits home. Highlights include the stuttering headnod of "Irby Terror" and "Onward" which sounds like Andy Stott shooting lasers in a cave.
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Cat: CRZR 1006LP. Rel: 05 Sep 17
International
  1. Fire Woman (3:14)
  2. The Truth (2:35)
  3. True Light (5:16)
  4. You're The One (4:23)
  5. Take Me Home (4:11)
  6. Simin Boogie (3:39)
  7. Don't Take Me For A Ride (4:47)
  8. Ekele (5:33)
Review: Admirable reissue imprint Comb & Razor Sound continues to unearth, license and re-print lesser-known gems from around the world. Their latest find is Fire Woman, the incredibly rare third album from little-known nine-piece Foundars 15. Interestingly, the album's tracks are not straight-up Afro-funk or Afro-beat workouts. Instead, they various take in Cymande style reggae/soul fusion, psychedelic '60s style pop, wild funk rock/Afrobeat fusion, Hammond-laden torch songs, and skewed Afro-jazz. It's a curious but hugely entertaining hotch-potch of styles that makes for hugely enjoyable listening from start to finish. Highlights include fuzzy, solo-laden closer "Ekele", the anthem-like "Simin Boogie" and Fela Kuti-ish "True Light".
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Cat: TEXT 036LP. Rel: 07 Jul 15
Deep House
  1. Morning Side (20:11)
  2. Evening Side (19:38)
Review: Keiran Hebden rarely does things by halves, though it's still surprising to find that Morning/Evening, his eighth full-length, consists of two contrasting 20-minute explorations, each inspired by a time of day. "Morning" is, as you may expect, warm, bright and evocative, with intoxicating Eastern vocals, dreamy chords and various bursts of melodious instrumentation riding a rolling, jazz-flecked, soft touch deep house groove. It is, of course, intensely beautiful. Hebden largely disposes of the beats entirely on "Evening", delivering 15 minutes of picturesque electronic melodies and sunset-friendly ambience, before introducing a jazz-flecked house rhythm for the final five minutes. It, too, is a thing of great beauty
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Rounds: 10th Anniversary Edition (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + CD + MP3 download code)
Cat: REWIG LP88. Rel: 10 May 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Hands
  2. She Moves She
  3. First Thing
  4. My Angel Rocks Back & Forth
  5. Spirit Fingers
  6. Unspoken
  7. Chia
  8. As Serious As Your Life
  9. And They All Look Broken Hearted
  10. Slow Jam
  11. She Moves She (live in Copenhagen)
  12. Everything Is Alright (live in Copenhagen)
  13. Spirit Fingers (live in Copenhagen)
  14. Glue Of The World (live in Copenhagen)
  15. My Angel Rocks Back & Forth (live in Copenhagen)
  16. As Serious As Your Life (live in Copenhagen)
  17. Hands, No More Mosquitos, Calamine, Tangle (live in Copenhagen)
Review: Released back in 2003, Rounds was the third LP from Kieran Hebden as Four Tet and perhaps the first long player that widely established him as a pioneering voice within electronic music. Though it doesn't feel like a decade since it was released, Domino celebrate the album's tenth anniversary in requisite fashion here, reissuing it in double LP format and slipping in a CD of Four Tet performing live in Copenhagen in 2004. Listening back now, it's easy to understand why Rounds is viewed as an early classic in the Four Tet canon, transferring his love for free jazz records to a beat template that's more palatable on the ear (Fact pickers might want to know that Hebden recently revealed to Pitchfork the LP was made entirely from samples) "She Moves She" still sounds absolutely haunting too!
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5 (CD)
Cat: MMCD 48. Rel: 25 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. In The Mist Of Sunrise
  2. Manifestations Taking Place
  3. The Art Of Regeneration
  4. The Law Of Correspondence
  5. The Relm Of Possibilty
  6. The Otherness Dub
  7. Platinum Soul
  8. Visions Of You
  9. Infinite Love
  10. Cycles Of Life
  11. Sleepless In Shibuya
Review: Here's something guaranteed to ensure a rush of excitement in deep house heads everywhere: a brand new album from much-loved U.S producer Fred P. It's the first under the previously unused F.P-Oner alias, and his first studio outing since 2013's Black Jazz Chronicles set, Codes & Metaphors. Unsurprisingly, the simply titled 5 is as inspired, sumptuous and melodious as you'd expect, with gentle dub house, jazz and - in the case of the wonderful "Infinite Love" - Detroit techno influences. While much of the album is slinky, sensual and ultra-deep (see the fabulous "Visions of You" and "Sleepless in Shibuku"), there are a couple of thrillingly percussive moments to get the pulse racing, including the African-influenced tribal workout "The Realm of Possibility".
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7 (2xLP)
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 216. Rel: 23 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. Smiles (7:04)
  2. Cosmic Waters (6:50)
  3. Follow The Sound (5:28)
  4. Traveling Zones (7:13)
  5. Light Years (feat Minako) (10:59)
  6. Simple Things (6:05)
  7. Arigato (6:09)
Review: It's that time of year again. 12 months on from his last album-length outing as FP-Oner, Fred P once again dons the alias for 7, a third numerically titled set in as many years. As usual, the music is rarely less than immaculate, with the imaginative and talented producer showcasing most sides of his musical personality. Highlights come thick and fast, from the yearning, soft focus melodiousness of quietly jazzy deep house opener "Smiles" and shimmering Motor City techno futurism of "Travelling Zones", to the blissful house minimalism of "Simple Things" and acid-flecked late night hypnotism of closer "Arigato". Superior electronic club music composed by a master: what more do you need?
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Cat: ERATP 079LP. Rel: 21 Jan 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. You (3:07)
  2. Do (3:04)
  3. Re (3:48)
  4. Mi (3:58)
  5. Fa (2:24)
  6. Sol (2:30)
  7. La (3:07)
  8. Si (3:21)
  9. Me (2:02)
  10. You (Bug Lover rework) (4:06)
  11. Do (Databoy78 rework) (5:18)
  12. Re (Helios rework) (3:38)
  13. Mi (Soul Channel rework) (3:42)
  14. Fa (Fred Yaddaden rework) (2:03)
  15. Sol (Ruhe rework) (4:31)
  16. La (Sebastian Freij rework) (3:11)
  17. Si (Plasma Ruby rework) (3:49)
  18. Me (Analogue Dear rework) (2:38)
Review: Given his ubiquity over the last 12 months, it would be fair to call 2015 'the year of Nils Frahm'. His first release of 2016 is something of a curveball, featuring as it does new remixes of tracks from his 2012 full-length, Screws, an album that the artist says was inspired by "fans and friends". Fittingly, Screws Reworked not only contains Frahm's original album - a heartfelt, poignant collection of evocative piano compositions - but also a new disc of interpretations submitted by fans. By and large, these are excellent, and veer from dusty, spaced-out ambience (see Bug Lover's remix of "You", and Helios' string-drenched version of "Re") and hushed dub techno (the Soul Channel remake of "Mi"), to lilting modern classical (Sebastian Freij's take on "La"), and glistening, stripped-back electronica (the superb Analogue Dear interpretation of "Me").
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Spaces (2xLP)
Cat: ERATP 055. Rel: 20 Feb 14
Ambient/Drone
  1. An Aborted Beginning
  2. Says
  3. Said & Done
  4. Went Missing
  5. Familiar
  6. Improvisation For Coughs & A Cell Phone
  7. Hammers
  8. For-Peter-Toilet Brushes-More
  9. Over There, It's Raining
  10. Unter-Tristana-Ambre
  11. Ross's Harmonium
Review: Coming from a classical piano background, Nils Frahm has certainly turned into one dark dude! Having already released plenty of works on a myriad of labels, he lands on London-based Erase Tapes with what is probably one of his wildest pieces of music to date. Spanning 12 tracks in total, Frahm goes from joyful odes to the piano over to psychedelic synth improvisations to what sound like intricate tape manipulations, nutty drum-machine programming and a bag full o'field recordings. If you're into the idea of Tchaikovsky on some serious amounts of stimulants then look no further, this guy is shaping the way pianos are played...
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Cat: GONDLP 016. Rel: 02 Mar 17
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. The Swimmer (4:06)
  2. Transition (5:48)
  3. Kubrick (4:00)
  4. Joy Of Brass (3:45)
  5. London Park Hotel (3:23)
  6. December (3:38)
  7. Animator (3:18)
Review: A collaborator alongside Jason Swinscoe in the Cinematic Orchestra, Phil France is responsible for some of the most beautiful music created in recent times. Co-writing and producing on the albums Everyday, Man With a Movie Camera, Ma Fleur and the triple award winning soundtrack for The Crimson Wing nature documentary, France's skills have always extended beyond his basslines. Relocating from London to West Yorkshire, France is said to have taught himself how to swim in a local spa built in the former home of Charles Waterton, a 19th-century naturalist and explorer. The recording of the strings and drums was done in Amsterdam and Manchester. Originally released in 2013, the album may not have received all the recognition it deserved then; but this reissue on Gondwana should help spread the word of such a wonderful and evocative album.
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Liverpool: 30th Anniversary Edition (limited 180 gram audiophile vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 1565. Rel: 13 May 16
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Warriors Of The Wasteland (4:41)
  2. Rage Hard (5:01)
  3. Kill The Pain (6:14)
  4. Maximum Joy (5:30)
  5. Watching The Wildfire (4:15)
  6. Lunar Bay (5:30)
  7. For Heaven's Sake (4:38)
  8. Is Anybody Out There? (7:28)
Review: We're not going to introduce Frankie Goes To Hollywood to you because you should know who they are - just in case you don't - and you would have heard their timeless songs like "Timeless" played out left, right and centre. Liverpool, however, their 1986 album and their second LP, is a little less played-out and very representative of the rocky side of post-punk that was heavily popular from New York to London, and pretty much anywhere with dance floors. The mood is upbeat and groovy but, as with all of their work, there is a subtle layer of romanticism and melancholia, a perfect cocktail for a companion piece to pretty much everything and anything. We can't recommend this enough, especially seeing as the original is kinda hard to find these days..
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Always Ascending (180 gram vinyl LP + 8 page booklet + poster + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 408. Rel: 09 Feb 18
Indie
  1. Always Ascending (5:24)
  2. Lazy Boy (3:00)
  3. Paper Cages (3:40)
  4. Finally (3:09)
  5. The Academy Award (4:09)
  6. Lois Lane (3:34)
  7. Huck & Jim (3:35)
  8. Glimpse Of Love (3:12)
  9. Feel The Love Go (4:45)
  10. Slow Don't Kill Me Slow (5:12)
Review: Scottish indie stalwarts Franz Ferdinand thrust onto the scene back in 2004 seeking to antidote the then bad-boy aesthetic of groups like The Libertines with smart, suave 'music to dance to'. Fourteen years on and following a slight lineup change, their objective doesn't appear to have changed with their fifth album 'Always Ascending'. Produced by Philippe Zdar of famed Parisian duo Cassius - it's a slick, tight record that's doused in their trademark off-kilter panache. Over forty energetic minutes, there's a lot to dig into; the ballad 'The Academy Award' and art-pop oddball 'Huck & Jim' let Alex Kapranos' dry wit come to the fore, the infectious funk-channeling chorus on 'Finally' sounds like a dip into 60's pop, while 'Feel The Love Go' is vintage Franz Ferdinand. 'Always Ascending' sees Franz Ferdinand full of charm, reinvigorated, and perfectly comfortable in no longer needing to prove anything.
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