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KKK. (limited 12" reeditado)
Cat: BSTX 030. Rel: 07 Oct 19
  1. KKK. (club mix) (5:17)
  2. KKK. (dub mix & bonus beats) (10:27)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Giorgio Gordano and Giorgio Dolce originally produced "KKK" back in 1983, and the track was taken into the hearts of the blossoming Balearic scene hovering around DJ Alfredo at Amnesia. It's as gentle and sweet natured as Italo disco can be, and of course it makes perfect sense that Best Records would dig it out of the archives and give it the shiny new reissue it deserves. The "Club Mix" of "KKK" is a feast of simple, charming programmed melodies and crisp drum machine rhythms with the innocence of the early 80s in its heart. The "Dub Mix" and "Bonus Beats" on the flip are handy for the technical DJs out there, but the "Club Mix" is where it's at for the lovers.
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Incantations (limited 12")
Cat: BST X056. Rel: 08 Apr 19
  1. Incantations
  2. Incantations (instrumental)
Review: G.A.N.G. was a short-lived studio project from Giorgio Giordano, Giorgio Dolce and Roberto Zanetti (Savage). In 1983 they released "Incantations", a plush cosmic disco burner that rides a slow tempo but hits heavy with its rich layers of synth and slick guitar licks. Best are giving it a fresh airing with this on-point reissue, bringing the chugging bass arps back into the fold of a sympathetic scene that celebrates just this kind of evocative, sensual slow-mo party fodder. The original mix elevates in the second half with a soaring vocal from Stefania Dal Pino, but if that doesn't appeal there's a purely instrumental take on the B side that focuses purely on the groove.
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Cat: NYASHA 001. Rel: 23 Oct 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. When We Are (6:37)
  2. Source (8:50)
  3. When We Are (K15 remix) (6:20)
  4. Source (Maxwell Owin remix) (4:47)
Review: This self-released EP features two newly recorded compositions from the much lauded saxophonist, composer and bandleader Nubya Garcia. She stated that inspiration came from producers such as Ben Hayes, Tom Misch, Joe Armon- Jones, Jake Long and Maxwell Owin (whom she has recently surrounded herself with) and that this release feels like a positive evolution from her last EP. There was an electronic vibe that she wanted to explore and that is rather evident on When We Are. The record also comes with B-side remixes from two generations of London's finest producers: K-15 and Maxwell Owin. The record offers a snapshot of the artist she is today and the organic musical languages she continues to form with her long term collaborators Femi Koleoso, Joe Armon-Jones and Daniel Casimir. A trademark fusion of gospel, soul, broken beat, Afro-Caribbean and Latin styles that Garcia has deftly crafted into her own.
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Rise (heavyweight vinyl double 12")
Cat: PENGSOUND 003. Rel: 15 Jul 13
Deep Dubstep
  1. Rise (feat Junior Dread)
  2. Righteous Dub (feat Guy Calhoun)
  3. Medusa
  4. Orion
Review: Kahn & Neek return to local hub Peng Sound for some self titled double plated dubplate action under their steppahs project Gorgon Sound, housed in a rather lovely stamped gatefold sleeve. Although primarily known for their incendiary grime bangers on their own Bandulu imprint, and the dancehall sounds of last year's Backchat single, Kahn & Neek's steppahs-influenced Gorgon Sound project is a chance for them to expand on Bristol's rich legacy of dub, reggae, and soundsystem culture. Since the pair decided to begin the project in 2010, Gorgon Sound has since evolved into a full dubplate DJ operation, with a show made up of entirely their own material. Last year saw the Gorgon Sound project see its first vinyl release, in the form of "Find Jah Way", which featured on the debut released from Bristol's Peng Sound; this double 12" release presents a more expansive take on their steppahs sound, featuring four cuts of West Country bassweight with guest vocalist spots from Brazil's Junior Dread and Bristol's Guy Calhoun.
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LIB X FE (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: LIB XFE. Rel: 23 Apr 19
  1. Gosub - "Take Your Time" (4:58)
  2. ACEW & Ghost Ride - "Mind The Gap" (5:47)
  3. Cignol - "Chorus Envy" (5:06)
  4. Jared Wilson - "Toughskined" (4:30)
Review: A fine example of Pan-European collaboration here, as the Brighton-based Furthur Electronix label buddies up with Berlin stable Libertine Records for a very special joint release. Shad T. Scott kicks things off (under his now familiar Gosub alias) with the deep, sparkling and picturesque electro shuffle of "Take Your Time", before ACEW + Ghost Ride layer spacey, minor-key synths over skittish drums on the rather fine "Mind The Gap". The quality threshold remains high on side B, where Cignol's inspired, acid-flecked electro workout "Chorus Envy" - which to these ears is as rush-inducing as any similarly melodic early Orbital record - is followed by the stomping, fuzz-fuelled lo-fi techno thump of Jared Wilson's "Toughskined".
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Irreell (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 39. Rel: 09 Sep 19
  1. Fure (7:16)
  2. Tall (8:52)
  3. Heden (4:14)
  4. Elljus (5:25)
  5. Inland (5:51)
Review: There's much to enjoy about the output of the Kimochi label, not least the bespoke, spray-painted sleeves and their habit of releasing only the deepest, most hypnotic electronic music. Their latest must-have release is another super-limited affair that drifts lazily between ultra-deep cuts shot through with dub-wise rhythms, atmospheric shoegaze motifs, echoing ambient chords and beats straight out of the early '90s ambient techno playbook. It's utterly gorgeous and deliciously hazy, with slow-burn melodies and undulating electronics slowly rising above reverb-laden chords, warm basslines and occasionally skittish rhythms. There's something particularly special about the locked-in drums and hypnotic bassline of "Elljus", but the ambient soundscapes "Heden" and "Inland" are also superb.
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Bar Hop (7" limited to 250 copies)
Cat: FNR 098. Rel: 03 Dec 18
  1. Bar Hop (2:25)
  2. The Last (2:07)
Review: Since making their debut in 2014, Russian combo The Great Revivers has become one of Funk Night Records' most reliable acts. They're at it again here, serving up two more slabs of goodness inspired by their obsessions with Hammond-heavy grooves, scorching funk and dusty 1970s library music. A-side "Bar-Hop" sounds like their take on the Meters sound, with attractive Hammond riffs rising above flanged funk guitars, heavy bass, fuzz-soaked brass and a bustling, solo-heavy groove. B-side "The Last" explores similar sonic territory but feels a little more relaxed. This time round, it's the jazzy, flanged guitar solos that take centre stage, with their trademark organs merely acting as an impressive accompaniment.
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Cat: SOUL7 035. Rel: 16 Jan 14
  1. Thank Goodness Gotta Good Woman
  2. Why, Why, Why'd She Leave Me
  3. How You Gonna Do It
  4. Too Many Nights
  5. Workin' For My Baby
  6. Just Ask Me
Review: Another fine lesson in deep crate curation, Jazzman rediscover the criminally overlooked skills of Virginia troubadour Lenis Guess. Recorded during the late 60s and 70s, many of the cuts on this special triple-7" box set have never been further than the state line. Which is utter madness... Just listen to the lavish, lolloping bass jam on "How You Gonna Do It", the firing JB-style horn drama of "Thank Goodness Gotta Good Woman" and the raw belly-bound blues soul of "Workin' For My Baby" and you'll wonder how he remained an obscurity for so long. Complete with detailed liner notes, this is a must for all funk aficionados.
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Kobe Session (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AX 070. Rel: 04 May 16
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Eventide (14:12)
  2. Introduction (4:42)
  3. Happy Gamma Ray (15:13)
Review: The first release from the Axis Audiophile Series. Jeff Mills has formed an electronic jazz fusion band and this 12? is a recording of their recent performance in Kobe during the TodaysArt.JP Festival. Mills manages the decks, drums and percussion and is joined Detroit legend and Underground Resistance stalwart Gerald Mitchell (Los Hermanos/Galaxy 2 Galaxy), keyboardist Yumiko Ohno and bassist Kenji Jino. "Eventide" has the same kind of urban, uplifting soul as anything Kaidi Thatham or Mark de Clive-Lowe have made and isn't bad at all! On the flip "Happy Gamma Ray" features uplifting keys and emotive chords backed by funk bass and one of Mills' unmistakeable 909 drum machine workouts. It really seems that there's no limit to this Motor City legend's creativity which has spanned nearly 30 years and we're excited about this new chapter in the Wizard's sonic universe.
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Not The One (Get Out) (7" limited to 250 copies)
Cat: FNR 109. Rel: 09 Apr 19
  1. Not The One (Get Out) (1:50)
  2. B Boy Anthem (1:58)
Review: the return of Eric Boss (aka E Da Boss of The Pendletons and Myron & E) and Ishtar Peeler's Lucid Paradise flexing their falsetto fire over a swinging groove and brazen Hammond smashes while on side B we head to St. Petersburg for an incredible medley/b-boy homage from Russian troupe the Great Revivors. More organs and references than you can pull a powerhead at. Jam on it!
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Doin It (12")
Cat: MATE 003. Rel: 15 Oct 14
Deep House
  1. Doin It
  2. Doin It (Noema's Dirty Dubbing remix)
  3. Doin It (NY Ak remix)
  4. Doin It (instrumental)
Review: Marcel Vogel and Intimate Friends seems to be an equation that always results in vinyl bliss - see last year's inaugural seven inch from the label which had input from Vogel along with Jordan Czamanski, Ruf Dug and other talented friends. Expanding matters to the 12" format for this third release only means there is more room to fill with sonic excellence and Vogel is clearly up to the task. It's a diverse affair with four takes on "Doin' It", with the predominant mood on the A Side soul heavy and dubby on both the original and refix from African Shakedown's Noema. The 12" is fairly ruled by the flipside refix from NY AK however, with the UK producer recasting the original as dusty Detroit influenced house!
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Rest (gatefold 2xLP + CD + insert)
Cat: 506052 5431524. Rel: 17 Nov 17
  1. Ring-A-Ring O' Roses (4:27)
  2. Lying With You (3:17)
  3. Kate (3:39)
  4. Deadly Valentine (6:05)
  5. I'm A Lie (3:26)
  6. Rest (3:40)
  7. Sylvia Says (4:27)
  8. Songbird In A Cage (4:31)
  9. Dans Vos Airs (3:33)
  10. Les Crocodiles (3:15)
  11. Les Oxalis (8:00)
  12. Ring-A-Ring O' Roses
  13. Lying With You
  14. Kate
  15. Deadly Valentine
  16. I'm A Lie
  17. Rest
  18. Sylvia Says
  19. Songbird In A Cage
  20. Dans Vos Airs
  21. Les Crocodiles
  22. Les Oxalis
Review: Charlotte Gainsbourg, daughter of Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin, worked tirelessly on 'Rest' for seven years before it was ready for release. The effect of this time spent in gestation is palpable, giving a sense of her meditative and contemplative process of songwriting. 'Rest' draws from a broad palette of sounds such as alt-rock and coldwave, with more upbeat moments of disco and pop. 'Rest' is an intensely personal album with emotional foundations in grief and family ties, and its deft structure and writing shows off Gainsbourg's ability to use light and shade - here as melancholy and hope - to powerful effect.
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Why Me? Why Not (gatefold LP)
Cat: 019029 5408411. Rel: 20 Sep 19
  1. Shockwave (3:31)
  2. One Of Us (3:24)
  3. Once (3:33)
  4. Now That I've Found You (3:20)
  5. Halo (3:59)
  6. Why Me? Why Not (3:39)
  7. Be Still (3:00)
  8. Alright Now (3:44)
  9. Meadow (4:06)
  10. The River (3:29)
  11. Gone (3:47)
Review: Liam Gallagher is many things to many people, and one thing to everyone - authentic. It seems unthinkable we could question the indie roller's motives, or expect anything other than the "meat and veg rock" he described his own work as during a 2018 interview with The Guardian. "Why Me? Why Not" sees him take that mantra to new heights. As an album it's as accomplished and polished as anything this pied piper of the raw and unpolished has gifted us in the years after *that band*, making for an immediately engaging collection of anthems-in-the-making that will have crowds eating out of the palm of his hand as if they'd never seen his hand before, or tasted any of the food he's been feeding them for years now. And therein lies the reason it remains impossible to criticise this undeniably upfront British songwriter. Enough said.
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Firmamentum (limited hand-numbered gold vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRULP 375. Rel: 29 Aug 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Heavy Metal (3:46)
  2. Messiah Hybrids (3:03)
  3. I Am An African (feat Micall Parkunsun & Big Cakes) (4:16)
  4. Amplified Sciencce (feat Anyway Tha God) (3:23)
  5. The Alchemist (feat Fae Simon) (4:56)
  6. Admiral Byrd (3:17)
  7. Uranium (3:19)
  8. From Nibiru With Love (4:07)
Review: UK duo Gawd Status is producer King Kashmere of Strange U and MC Joker Starr and they make raging and tribal hip hop that aims to rewrite the blaxploitation manifesto. Versatility and eclecticism define an album that touches on everything from AI to slavery, false gods to catholic priests, all packaged in raw, off kilter beats, strange soul and colourful psychedelia. There's a thrilling mix of the analogue and the digital in this album which lends it an urgent and arresting edge as moods lurch from confrontational ("I Am An African") to cathartic ("The Alchemist"). Refreshing indeed.
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Within These Machines (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: DC113. Rel: 02 Oct 13
  1. Within These Machines
  2. My Five Year Mastered
  3. Sol
  4. The Gospel
  5. The Road Ahead
  6. Rain Dance
  7. Tesla's Notebook
  8. Still Standing
  9. Untrustitled
  10. Truth Rising
  11. Between Matter & Spirit
  12. Made It Through
  13. The Winds Have Passed
Review: Killer new LP length project from the man that is Gifted & Blessed! Although Gabriel Reyes-Whittaker has been producing his soul-filled machine music under a number of aliases since 2004, most notably as Gifted & Blessed, the past year has seen him break out with releases for high profile labels like All City, Eglo and Wild Oats, with his release for the latter providing one of the most memorable bespoke vinyl releases of recent times. However, its his own eponymous label that has been the primary home for most of the producer's recent work, with the 3 Aspects of One EP providing the most recent example. One of this year's most appropriately named LPs, Within These Machines is by no means the LA resident' s first album but it does see him expand his style somewhat with typically excellent results. There are more overtly house and techno moments here for example, though tracks like the gurgling "Tesla's Notebook" and restless "Rain Dance" are as experimentally minded as ever.
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Cat: CGTX 006. Rel: 11 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. The Entrance (6:15)
  2. Kiva Song (6:23)
  3. Let's Go (6:31)
  4. Dreamer (6:16)
  5. UHF (5:54)
  6. Future Beat (7:01)
  7. Three (6:32)
  8. Raplh (6:14)
Review: Since it first appeared back in 1999, Gemini's fourth full-length, The Music Hall, has become something of a sought-after item. Happily, Chi Wax has decided to re-master and re-issue it. Predictably, it's stood the test of time rather well, with Gemini - real name Spencer Kincy - serving up a whirlwind tour of late '90s Chicago obsessions. So, there's the jazz-flecked, proto-boompty bounce of opener "The Entrance", the Larry Heard-on-valium warmth of "Kiva Song", the stripped-back, disco-influenced house funk of "Let's Go", and - more surprisingly - the UK garage influenced bounce of "Dreamer". He also doffs a cap to early Daft Punk style techno-funk on "Future Beat", and fuses dirty bass, jazzy keys and swinging breakbeats on standout closer "Raplh".
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Cat: 1010. Rel: 10 Apr 14
Deep House
  1. Big Strick - "1802"
  2. Generation Next - "The Myth Of Miami"
  3. Big Strick - "Stickin' & Movin'"
  4. Generation Next - "And You Too"
  5. Big Strick - "Rain Dance"
  6. Big Strick - "The Ride" (feat Tony Coates)
  7. Generation Next - "Mo' Money" (feat Don Q)
  8. Generation Next & Big Strick - "Like Father Like Son"
  9. Generation Next & Big Strick - "Full Of Life"
  10. Generation Next - "Flynn's"
Review: Big Strick's latest full-length offering on his own 7 Days Entertainment label is a family affair, mixing tracks from the veteran Detroit producer with similarly deep and woozy jams from his 16 year-old son Tre Strickland, AKA Generation Next. The father-and-son team's approach to house - wringing atmospheric soul from bubbling rhythms, warm chords and blazed melodies - is surprisingly similar, as shown by the two deep, jazz-flecked collaborations showcased here. Elsewhere, both impress with their individual contributions, with Strickland Junior's slap bass-infused deep head-nodder "Flynn's" and sweet, winding "Mo Money" standing out.
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Where Wildness Grows (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRANS 323X. Rel: 09 Mar 18
  1. Before Sunrise (3:57)
  2. Mallory (3:20)
  3. Is This How You Love? (3:09)
  4. I'll Be Waiting (3:48)
  5. Where Wildness Grows (4:52)
  6. Blind Truth (3:56)
  7. Carrion (4:32)
  8. Burning Air (3:12)
  9. Left In Space (3:33)
  10. Pull Over (Now) (4:19)
  11. Rising Tides (4:54)
  12. Whole Again (4:57)
Review: Since their widely lauded 2015 debut 'A Dream Outside', London based four-piece Gengahr have devoted a significant amount of time touring and working on 'Where Wildness Grows' a follow-up that stridently meets expectations. Their music builds on UK indie of the early-mid noughties, with doses of a contemporary psych-pop aesthetic. The songwriting here is ambitious and broad, tracks going from breezy sun-flecked pop, to Maccabees-esque epics, to reverberating soundscapes, to stark angular guitars over almost funk grooves. It's clear just how much time and care the band have put into the record, with every song showcasing their intricate writing, layering and structures. 'Where Wildness Grows' is a lush and urgent sophomore record, and a giant leap forward for the band.
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Cat: DE 248. Rel: 07 May 19
  1. Ghosts Of Dance (4:10)
  2. Walking Through Gardens (3:45)
  3. Till I Wake (4:32)
  4. Calling (3:33)
  5. Sunset Across Kyoto (3:33)
  6. Saigon (2:51)
  7. Portrait Of Eden (3:26)
  8. Black Sheep (3:16)
  9. Celebrate (3:42)
  10. Day Like I've Never Seen (3:27)
  11. Inspiration (3:36)
Review: We are proud to release a compilation from British post-punk/Futurist group Ghosts of Dance formed in North Devon in 1981. The members were Yvette Norris (vocals), Kevin Maynard (drums), Daryl Hunt (bass), Mark Butcher (keyboards), and Pete Heaton (guitar). Ghosts of Dance took their name from the song 'Ghosts' by David Sylvian which appeared on the first Japan album. After playing an early gig in Barnstaple, a gentleman in the audience named Richard Newman expressed his interest to start a record label and release their music. Richard scheduled a recording session for the band at Otter Studios in Georgeham with producer Harry Williamson, son of Henry Williamson, member of progressive rock band Gong. The debut single 'Ghosts of Dance' was released in 1982 on Plastic Canvas Records to mixed reviews as it was very different from anything being released at the time. Our compilation includes their debut single along with 9 bonus tracks recorded between 1981 and 1983 on vinyl for the first time. The band call themselves "Vocal Trance Music" on the 7" sleeve credits and it's accurate. We call it melancholic pop with gloomy atmosphere and dream-like melodies. The final track shows the band moving in a New Romantic direction with Mark taking over the main vocals. All songs have been remastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios. Each copy is housed in a jacket featuring original artwork by John Hurford and includes an insert with photos, lyrics and liner notes by Pete Heaton.
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Recounting The Ballads Of Thin Line Men (gatefold pink vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: FIRELP 575P. Rel: 20 Sep 19
  1. Reptillian (3:35)
  2. A Hard Man To Get To Know (6:04)
  3. Desperate Man (4:29)
  4. You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory (4:11)
  5. Tantamount (2:37)
  6. Who Am I (2:34)
  7. Body Of Water (4:20)
  8. Graveyard (2:17)
  9. The Chill Outside (4:02)
  10. Thin Line Man (5:53)
Review: If you're not sold based on album title alone allow us a moment to convince you of the genius of Howe Gelb's latest. And indeed his work to date. Never a dull moment, in this lifetime he has flirted with flamenco, adventured into Americana and gone for it with gospel choirs. The result is a back catalogue packed with great ideas, and inspiration for more great ideas. Enter Giant Sand, where artist dons disguise and revisits his old classics to make them fresh and different. Here Gelb, or Giant Sand, takes on the second Gelb album, "The Ballad Of Thin Line Man". First released in 1986, when New Hollywood was kicking Reaganite attitudes to the curb in favour of modern high plains drifters influenced by the preceding LSD decades, that same ethic is here, only louder and more urgent. A strange but familiar and abstract Americana, with roughness turned up to 11.
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Recounting The Ballads Of Thin Line Men (limited gatefold purple vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: FIRELP 575X. Rel: 20 Sep 19
  1. Reptillian (3:37)
  2. A Hard Man To Get To Know (6:04)
  3. Desperate Man (4:30)
  4. You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory (4:11)
  5. Tantamount (2:37)
  6. Who Am I (2:34)
  7. Body Of Water (4:20)
  8. Graveyard (2:17)
  9. The Chill Outside (4:03)
  10. Thin Line Men (5:50)
Review: If you're not sold based on album title alone allow us a moment to convince you of the genius of Howe Gelb's latest. And indeed his work to date. Never a dull moment, in this lifetime he has flirted with flamenco, adventured into Americana and gone for it with gospel choirs. The result is a back catalogue packed with great ideas, and inspiration for more great ideas. Enter Giant Sand, where artist dons disguise and revisits his old classics to make them fresh and different. Here Gelb, or Giant Sand, takes on the second Gelb album, "The Ballad Of Thin Line Man". First released in 1986, when New Hollywood was kicking Reaganite attitudes to the curb in favour of modern high plains drifters influenced by the preceding LSD decades, that same ethic is here, only louder and more urgent. A strange but familiar and abstract Americana, with roughness turned up to 11.
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Henryk Gorecki: Symphony No 3: Symphony Of Sorrowful Songs (heavyweight vinyl LP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 395. Rel: 29 Mar 19
  1. Lento, Sostenuto Tranquillo Ma Cantabile (24:13)
  2. Lento E Largo, Tranquillissimo - Cantabilissimo - Dolcissimo - Legatissimo (8:19)
  3. Lento, Cantabile - Semplice (15:36)
Review: Five years ago, Portishead front woman Beth Gibbons joined forces with the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra to perform Henryk Gorecki's "Symphony Number 3 (Symphony Of Sorrowful Songs)" at the National Opera Grand Theatre in Warsaw. Here, the recording of the concert is finally given a release. It's a stunning suite of classical pieces, with the orchestra making short work of Gorecki's swelling movements and deeply melancholic musical motifs. Gibbons is in particularly fine form, transforming herself into an operatic artist and accurately delivers the stunning, Polish-language pieces. It's an astonishing performance and nothing like we've ever heard from her before. The 24-minute opening track is, in particular, breathtaking.
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Bandana (LP + insert)
Cat: KCR 3492LP. Rel: 26 Jul 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Obrigado (0:41)
  2. Freestyle Shit (2:10)
  3. Half Manne Half Cocaine (3:09)
  4. Crime Pays (3:06)
  5. Massage Seats (2:26)
  6. Palmolive (feat Pusha T & Killer Mike) (3:42)
  7. Fake Names (3:36)
  8. Flat Tummy Tea (3:06)
  9. Situations (3:49)
  10. Giannis (feat Anderson .Paak) (3:20)
  11. Practice (2:52)
  12. Cataracts (3:38)
  13. Gat Damn (2:51)
  14. Education (feat Yasiin Bey & Black Though) (4:21)
  15. Soul Right (3:26)
Review: Five years after their collaborative debut, Madlib and Freddie Gibbs reconvene for a follow up that goes even deeper. Madlib is of course a celebrated producer who has worked with some of the best in the game, and Gibbs is a raw street rapper, so it is the differences as much as the similarities between the two that make this such a compelling listen. At times complex and challenging, at others effortless and charming, it's an album stuffed with a myriad of different sounds, styles and references that is hard to categorise but easy to admire.
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The Gift (CD)
Cat: EVERLAND 010CD. Rel: 30 Jan 18
  1. Funkincise
  2. Spirit Of The Dancer
  3. Feel It
  4. Love Is All We Need
  5. I Believe In You
  6. By My Side
  7. One In All
Review: Were it not for dusty-fingered crate diggers, obscure early '80s electrofunk outfit Gift of Dreams would be merely a footnote in p-funk history. Serious boogie collectors, though, have long considered their five-piece's debut album, The Gift, as something of a "Holy Grail" - a ridiculously hard-to-find set that regularly changes hands for hundreds of pounds online. Happily, Dutch imprint Everland has decided to give the album the reissue treatment, in the process delivering this first official CD edition. It's a breathlessly brilliant set, all told, with the crew's hard, synth-driven dancefloor workouts being joined by sunny, soul-fired jazz-funk grooves, loved-up sing-alongs and sparkling, Solar System style Jheri Curl anthems.
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Computer Disco (limited LP)
Cat: MGLP 101. Rel: 18 Jan 17
  1. Disco 1 (3:41)
  2. Disco 2 (3:47)
  3. Disco 3 (3:02)
  4. Disco 4 (4:14)
  5. Disco 5 (4:00)
  6. Disco 6 (3:57)
  7. Disco 7 (3:46)
  8. Disco 8 (4:01)
Review: Despite earning his reputation as a composer of religious music and cinematic soundtracks in the 1970s, Marcello Giombini was also something of an electronic music pioneer. He began to use synthesizers heavily in his work from the early '70s onwards, embracing early music computers at the dawn of the 1980s. It was in this period that he recorded Computer Disco, an album featuring a suite of all-electronic dancefloor instrumentals created using some of the earliest music computers. All these years on, it remains a thrilling release; a stripped-back, Italo-disco-era take on Kraftwerk or Yellow Magic Orchestra featuring all manner of intergalactic melodies, spacey synth sounds and off-kilter drum rhythms.
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Cat: 871409 2761917. Rel: 01 Feb 19
  1. Lucy's (3:02)
  2. Stale Device (3:11)
  3. Where You Sink (3:22)
  4. Hire (2:53)
  5. Pretty (3:23)
  6. Chemical Freeze (4:19)
  7. All Blacked Out (3:12)
  8. Lucky Joke (2:35)
  9. Minute In Your Mind (2:20)
  10. What Chaos Is Imaginary (5:23)
  11. Hoax & The Shrine (2:32)
  12. Swamp & Bay (3:11)
  13. Josephs Dad (2:26)
  14. Roses (3:24)
Review: With associations to the great Wichita label, Californian punk duo Girlpool land a third LP in the twosome's short but burgeoning tenure. The album sees the pair converge a series of solo works over their previous hands on collaboration style; masses of land for this album holding Cleo Tucker and Harmony Tividad, for the time being, apart. Their sound in 2019 reflects tints of Garbage and Hole - grunge, shoegaze and downbeat - to patches of more contemporary electronic impulses in tracks like "Minute In Your Mind" and title track "What Chaos Is Imaginary". While there is some neon to light this LP, it remains an album of wash-dyed hair and denim jacket trips out of the city.
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Syrup (2xLP)
Cat: DRAB 09. Rel: 12 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. Patience (feat Pote) (4:51)
  2. Humble (feat Linda Muriel) (4:31)
  3. Take Back (feat Charmain Elliott) (4:57)
  4. Hello Judy (feat Alxndr London) (4:16)
  5. U Changed (feat Olivia Louise) (4:19)
  6. Sun Comes Up (feat Sarah Williams White) (4:09)
  7. Still (feat Heidi Vogel) (4:44)
  8. What U Done 4 Me (feat ?) (5:32)
Review: We've been impressed by the previous output from soul-loving, lo-fi deep house songsmith Tom Kerridge's Girls of the Internet project, so it's heartening to find that this double 12" boasts his strongest collection of cuts to date. Kerridge sets his stall out via the deep, dubby and seriously seductive shuffle of "Patience", before vocalist Linda Muriel guests on the punchy two-step slickness of "Humble". "Take Back" and "Hello Judy" both boast sultry male vocals, warm bass guitar and lo-fi club beats, while "U Changed" is a slinky, skewed UK garage workout. Elsewhere, "Sun Comes Up" is a sunrise-ready chunk of two-step warmth, "Still" is a string-laden deep house treat and closer "What U Done 4 Me?" is lo-fi deep house-soul straight from the top drawer.
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Intérprete: Girls Of The Internet
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Temple OV BBV (l LP + MP3 download code in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: LAUNCH 114. Rel: 09 Jun 17
Post Rock/Experimental
  1. Butchers Tears (5:14)
  2. Your Party (15:36)
  3. The Other Side Of The Night (9:24)
  4. What Happens To Memories When You Die (11:16)
Review: Salford's most electrifying and unclassifiable band are back for the attack a mere couple of months after their paint-stripping 'Just Say No The Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death Machine' opus, and once again they've morphed beyond all recognition with the help of Dutch psych troupe RMFTM. The result of this collaboration, first premiered at the Eindhoven Psych Lab festival and later performed at Roadburn, is an ever-shifting and feverishly oppressive work, shot though with minimalist malice and post-punk dynamism, and as likely to appeal to fans of PiL and This Heat as abstract electronica. Another impassioned and fiercely impressive works from one of the finest bands in the land.
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The Scene Between (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MI 0350LP. Rel: 25 Mar 15
  1. What D'You Say? (3:58)
  2. The Scene Between (3:46)
  3. Waking The Jetstream (4:03)
  4. Rolodex The Seasons (0:58)
  5. Blowtorch (3:28)
  6. Did You Know (4:51)
  7. Gaffa Tape Bikini (0:44)
  8. Catch Me On The Rebound (2:52)
  9. The Floating Felt Tip (0:53)
  10. Her Last Wave (3:57)
  11. The Art Of Getting By (Song For Heaven's Gate) (3:53)
  12. Reason Left To Destroy (3:33)
Review: The fourth album from this effervescent Brighton-born institution marks something of a change of direction; this time around, band mastermind Ian Parton wrote, performed and produced the entire thing, and the emphasis for 'The Scene Between' slides towards pure pop, sidelining much of the plunderphonic sampling and genre-mashing of yore in favour of a sunny and ever-uplifting barrage of righteousness. What's more, rather than the well-known guest artists he employed last time around, Parton ensures freshness here brings in previously unknown vocalists, and the resultant noisy, ebullient melange is a reinvention that only focuses on the positivity always at the heart of this outfit.
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Man Made Object (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: 602547 682031. Rel: 05 Feb 16
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Allres (5:14)
  2. Unspeakable World (4:44)
  3. Branches Break (4:21)
  4. Weird Cat (5:37)
  5. Quiet Mind (4:23)
  6. Smarra (6:22)
  7. Initiate (4:44)
  8. Gbfisysih (3:19)
  9. Syrrender To Mountain (3:58)
  10. Protest (4:45)
  11. Fading: Feigning (5:02)
Review: It has only taken two albums for Chris Illingworth, Nick Blacka, and Rob Turner to land with an LP on the legendary Blue Note label, but they've done it, and they've done it in fine style. Moreover, it's also a bold move from Blue Note, who only usually steer away from pure jazz for the likes of Madlib and co, but in hindsight, the Gogo Penguin trio have what it takes to be remembered as fine producers of beat-driven free jazz. Mixing up elements of nu-soul, together with broken beat and classic jazz, the trio's music is wild and diverse, and fully representative of the label's vision and charisma. Also, it's exactly the sort of thing that Gilles Peterson is in to, so sit back, relax, and let Man Made Object take you away.
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Good Luck & Do Your Best (heavyweight vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SLANG 50099LP. Rel: 23 May 16
  1. Metal Bird (3:39)
  2. In My Car (4:29)
  3. Chiba Nights (4:02)
  4. Pink & Green (4:12)
  5. Song For A Dead Friend (4:22)
  6. I Am Real Punk (4:24)
  7. Autumn Fall (3:40)
  8. Halyards (4:09)
  9. Time Eater (4:53)
  10. Unthank (2:45)
  11. Your Good Times Are Just Beginning (3:40)
Review: Aside from a recent outing under the DJ Jenifa name on Mule Musiq, it's been a while since we last heard any new music from the Essex man known as Gold Panda. Three years on from his last LP, the Ghostly Intl-released Half Of Where You Live, Gold Panda resurfaces on a new label in City Slang with his third album, Good Luck And Do Your Best. This eleven-track adventure is directly inspired by several trips through Japan (indeed GP was originally there with the intention of making a documentary) and have been slimmed down from over 18 months of recordings. Some limber-fingered usage of sample flipping is present from the off as Gold Panda presents a delightfully off-kilter brand of slumped instrumental beatscapes that run the range of tempos and moods.
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Phantom Rhythm (LP + insert)
Cat: WCR 095LP. Rel: 04 Oct 19
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. The Last Note (5:41)
  2. Notes Underground (2:59)
  3. Ride Your Horse (3:41)
  4. Moonshadows (3:07)
  5. Inner Reaches (5:25)
  6. Gong Gong Gong Blues (2:58)
  7. Wei Wei Wei (2:19)
  8. Some Kind Of Demon (3:05)
  9. Night's Colour (Chongqing) (5:45)
  10. Sound Of Love (6:32)
Review: It would be fair to say that Gong Gong Gong is a unique proposition. A guitar-and-bass duo who sing in Cantonese, make one hell of a racket and incorporate a wide palette of influences (garage rock, psychedelia, punk, drone, blues, electronic music etc), the pair began their ascent through Beijing's growing musical underground by playing in underpasses and skuzzy DIY gig venues four years ago. "Phantom Rhythm" is their debut album and is well worth a listen. Their music is surprisingly rhythmic given the lack of drums or other percussion, with the pair creating raw, hypnotic, fuzzy and energetic grooves out of the simplest of set-ups. It feels like an important album, too; we have a feeling that we're going to hear more from Gong Gong Gong in the years ahead.
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Thoughts & Prayers (B-STOCK) (LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: FAT 124 (B-STOCK). Rel: 18 Jul 19
  1. Edmund Pettus Bridge (2:59)
  2. Rapture (0:46)
  3. Don't Have Time (1:27)
  4. Our Great Divide (2:17)
  5. Wish You Well (2:43)
  6. Precariat (2:28)
  7. No King But Caesar (2:48)
  8. Who We Are (3:21)
  9. No Safe Place (2:32)
  10. Pox Americana (1:30)
  11. Lo Que Sucede (2:25)
  12. Requisite Catastrophes (3:16)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Box damaged, product unused & in perfect condition***

- Creasing to corner of sleeve
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 in stock $17.36
Merrie Land (CD + hard-back book)
Cat: 019029 6941726. Rel: 16 Nov 18
  1. Introduction
  2. Merrie Land
  3. Gun To The Head
  4. Ninteen Seventeen
  5. The Great Fire
  6. Lady Boston
  7. Drifters & Trawlers
  8. The Truce Of Twilight
  9. Ribbons
  10. The Last Man To Leave
  11. The Poison Tree
Review: After 11 years Damon Albarn's The Good, the Bad & the Queen project release their second album, and again it features the drumming virtuosity of Tony Allen and other instrumentalisation from former Gorillaz/The Clash member Paul Simonon and the Verve's Simon Tong. The album itself features the woozy croon of Albarn vocals with a busy concoction of guitars and textured layering that bodes well to encapsulate the murky carnival atmosphere of the album's cover art. The most dream-like of carny sounds are best heard on "The Truce Of Twilight" and "Ribbons" with the slightest of London reggae vibes to boot too.
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No Home Record (limited white vinyl LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: OLE 1379LPE. Rel: 11 Oct 19
  1. Sketch Artist (2:52)
  2. Air BnB (4:11)
  3. Paprika Pony (4:07)
  4. Murdered Out (3:33)
  5. Don't Play It (4:50)
  6. Cookie Butter (6:28)
  7. Hyngry Baby (3:40)
  8. Earthquake (4:17)
  9. Get Yr Life Back (5:28)
Review: When you use words like "prickly", "abrasive" and "uncompromising" it's rarely flattering. Consider Kim Gordon's exceptional powerhouse long form one of the exceptions. As far removed from music for the masses as you could hope for, it takes a particular talent to deliver work like "No Record Home". Labels such as punk certainly apply, but it's less about mouths gushing spittle amid the deafening screams of guitars and raucous vocals, and more about overall attitude. No change there for this co-founder of the mighty Sonic Youth then. Loud and intelligent, forthright and yet heartfelt and tender in its own unforgiving way, it's as far removed from wall of sound discordance as it is anything you could describe as remotely over-explored. Marrying the bloody-lipped electro of Peaches and body blow lows of EBM with gritty rock 'n' roll chords, those looking for originality that oozes repeatability should consider their hunt over, for now at least.
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Cat: OLE 13791. Rel: 11 Oct 19
  1. Sketch Artist (2:52)
  2. Air BnB (4:14)
  3. Paprika Pony (4:02)
  4. Murdered Out (3:37)
  5. Don't Play It (4:48)
  6. Cookie Butter (6:28)
  7. Hungry Baby (3:40)
  8. Earthquake (4:16)
  9. Get Yr Life Back (5:27)
Review: When you use words like "prickly", "abrasive" and "uncompromising" it's rarely flattering. Consider Kim Gordon's exceptional powerhouse long form one of the exceptions. As far removed from music for the masses as you could hope for, it takes a particular talent to deliver work like "No Record Home". Labels such as punk certainly apply, but it's less about mouths gushing spittle amid the deafening screams of guitars and raucous vocals, and more about overall attitude. No change there for this co-founder of the mighty Sonic Youth then. Loud and intelligent, forthright and yet heartfelt and tender in its own unforgiving way, it's as far removed from wall of sound discordance as it is anything you could describe as remotely over-explored. Marrying the bloody-lipped electro of Peaches and body blow lows of EBM with gritty rock 'n' roll chords, those looking for originality that oozes repeatability should consider their hunt over, for now at least.
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Cat: GB 1544. Rel: 01 May 18
  1. Sounds Of The Studio (part 1) (16:30)
  2. Suonds Of The Studio (part 2) (16:35)
Review: There's been much talk about this special Record Store Day release, and it's easy to see why. For starters, it comes from noted British sculptor Anthony Gormley, an artist most famous for his epic public piece the Angel of the North. Sounds of the Studio, his first audio work, has been trailed as a "teleportational sound portrait of Gormley's cathedral-like studio". In other words, it's an evocative snapshot of his working environment, mixing high-grade field recordings (Chris Watson would be proud) with elements of music concrete. Expect to hear Gormley banging bits of metal, getting busy with various high-grade power tools and generally proving is industrial mettle (sorry).
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Cat: ZEN 227. Rel: 27 May 16
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Intro (1:28)
  2. Where The F**k Are My Hard Boiled Eggs?! (5:00)
  3. Money $ex Theme (4:24)
  4. The Yard Work Simulator (10:27)
  5. Flat Peter (0:55)
  6. China Nr 04 (6:38)
  7. W313D (7:00)
  8. Magic Johnson (album mix) (5:25)
  9. Jumbo Frosnapper (4:27)
  10. Viktor's Blues (4:04)
Review: There's no doubt that Berliner's Max Graef and Glenn Astro are some of the biggest success stories to emerge from the deep house sound and creating their own signature style that's often copied of late, but seldom ever matched! Sure, the dusty hip-hop inspired jams are no doubt indebted to Detroit legends such as Theo Parrish or Andres but they've certainly put their own slant on it and created a new sound for the German capital to be synonymous with. Testament to their success is this LP for the legendary Ninja Tune; The Yard Work Simulator. Nearly a dozen tracks of chilled, sampledelic, MPC driven dope jams that are the perfect soundtrack for a misspent youth in Berlin this Summer. In particular check the raggedy junkyard joint that is "Where Fuck Are My Hard Boiled Eggs" or the psychedelic urban soul jam that is the title track.
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Grey Tickles Black Pressure (gatefold white vinyl 2xLP + CD + booklet)
Cat: BELLA 505V. Rel: 09 Oct 15
  1. Intro (1:36)
  2. Grey Tickles, Black Pressure (5:28)
  3. Snug Slacks (4:10)
  4. Guess How I Know (3:33)
  5. You & Him (feat Amanda Palmer) (3:25)
  6. Down Here (4:07)
  7. Voodoo Doll (3:05)
  8. Global Warming (4:02)
  9. Magma Arrives (4:59)
  10. Black Blizzard (4:45)
  11. Disappointing (feat Tracey Thorn) (4:54)
  12. No More Tangles (6:06)
  13. Geraldine (6:15)
  14. Outro (0:28)
  15. Intro
  16. Grey Tickles, Black Pressure
  17. Snug Slacks
  18. Guess How I Know
  19. You & Him (feat Amanda Palmer)
  20. Down Here
  21. Voodoo Doll
  22. Global Warming
  23. Magma Arrives
  24. Black Blizzard
  25. Disappointing (feat Tracey Thorn)
  26. No More Tangles
  27. Geraldine
  28. Outro
Review: The ex-Czars frontman had already set the bar very high on his last two solo platters, mapping out an idiosyncratic style that somehow managed to be confessional and soul-searching yet sardonic and wry, and with memorable and melodious songwriting in abundance. Yet his third, 'Grey Tickles Black Pressure' takes bolder steps onto the dancefloor as well as into '70s FM radio terrain yet without compromising his dramatic and poignant delivery, with stirring and spectacular results. Uncompromisingly emotional in tone yet suffused by hope and positivity even amidst the trademark dark humour, this is the troubadour's greatest triumph yet.
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Love Is Magic (gatefold 2xLP + 16 page booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: BELLA 825V. Rel: 12 Oct 18
  1. Metamorphosis (5:42)
  2. Love Is Magic (6:21)
  3. Tempest (6:31)
  4. Preppy Boy (4:44)
  5. Smug Cunt (6:23)
  6. He's Got His Mother's Hips (3:40)
  7. Diet Gum (7:26)
  8. Is He Strange (5:17)
  9. The Common Snipe (6:38)
  10. Touch & Go (5:10)
Review: John Grant delivers a modern contemporary dose of synth pop in his Love Is Magic LP for Bella Union that was co-produced with Midlake's Paul Alexander. It provides the American with his fourth solo album, following 2015's Grey Tickles, Black Pressure, 2013's Pale Green Ghosts, and his 2010 debut Queen of Denmark. This LP, though, arguably provides a fresh thicket of neon-lit sounds that keep the irony palatable enough, "Diet Gum" perhaps the best example. For fans of the soundtrack to Drive, or Parisian duos Justice and Daft Punk, to the avant ballads of Laurie Anderson, Grant's pop kosmische here is a dazzling disco ball to be danced upon in your loudest colours and cackles of laughter.
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Cat: FKR 031LPA. Rel: 20 Feb 16
  1. Eco Blue/Toadstrip (exclusive track) (6:33)
  2. Race (1:53)
  3. Head Off (exclusive track) (2:20)
  4. Pigs (1:29)
  5. Cosmic Funeral (2:05)
  6. Amanda (3:46)
  7. Septic (2:18)
  8. Smoke (exclusive track) (3:04)
  9. Stone (3:00)
  10. Undertaker (2:33)
  11. Gravediggers (4:20)
  12. Swim (exclusive track) (3:30)
  13. Klaude Kool & The Kats (2:53)
  14. Toad (3:01)
  15. The Death Of Doctor Death (1:37)
Review: The Stone LP is what really made Billy Green the artist that he is today. Starting off as a rhythm and blues guitar player back in the '60s, the cult movie saw him move onto more experimental territories, and enter the broad genre that is referred to as 'prog-rock'. This album is much more than that, however, and the opening track "Eco Blue / Toadstrip" is a clear signal of the madness and experimentation that's to quickly follow suit on the remainder of the LP. You have everything from fast percussion sequences, to gnarly guitar riffs, and distorted voices, all wrapped in an early, gritty electronic bed of sound. This one is clearly for the samplers, a diggers dream come true; and now available again in its original format. Recommended.
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Intérprete: Juno Recommends Funk
 in stock $15.83
Cat: KOS 4LP. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Karmapa Chenno (8:48)
  2. Universal Mother (feat Ballake Sissoko) (9:45)
  3. Degi Degi (7:55)
  4. Mahakali (6:27)
  5. Malkauns (4:28)
Review: Previously, French producer Gary Gritness has carved a niche as a creator of hard-wired revivalist electro and boogie, delivering slightly more eclectic - but wholeheartedly electronic - albums for Hypercolour and others. His latest project is a little different. It sees him join forces with two musician friends to deliver an album of radical new (mostly electronic) interpretations of Don Cherry's jazz-fusion works. All seven tracks were recorded live in the studio using a mixture of dusty drum machines, synthesizers, percussion, acoustic instrumentation (Spanish guitar, saxophone) and the musicians' own voices. The results are superb, delivering intergalactic and often wonderfully out-there covers of Cherry compositions that sound like they were beamed down from some far-off tech-jazz galaxy.
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Wilderless (LP + sticker)
Cat: DE 186. Rel: 11 Oct 17
  1. Trespass (5:33)
  2. June (5:07)
  3. Ice House (4:27)
  4. Mexi Meri (3:27)
  5. Agua De Florida (5:32)
  6. Sea Or Be Sea (5:09)
  7. Scia (5:48)
Review: Bay Area retroverts Dark Entries have presented a few contemporary acts among all their eagerly awaited reissues. Solitary Dancer, Sumerian Fleet, Frank and Helena Hauff being just some. They now present Group Rhoda; the solo electronic music project of Mara Barenbaum. The Oakland based artist has appeared previously on fellow Californian imprints Night School Records and Not Not Fun. She is also one half of Max and Mara. 'Wilderless' is described by Josh Cheon and Co. quite eloquently as featuring 'tones of tropical darkwave and soft industrial, while negating the sound of conformity and control.' Maybe we aren't as deep into the scene to know what that is, but we can certainly vouch that it is modern coldwave and minimal synth that proudly wears the influences of antecedents such as Jeff & Jane Hudson or Deux on its sleeve.
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Intérprete: RSS Disco
 in stock $17.57
Ruins (LP)
Cat: KRANK 189LP. Rel: 27 Oct 14
  1. Made Of Metal
  2. Clearing
  3. Call Across Rooms
  4. Labyrinth
  5. Lighthouse
  6. Holofernes
  7. Holding
  8. Made Of Air
Review: Ruins is the 10th LP from Portland artist Grouper, an incredible set that's found it's home on the inimitable and always on- point Kranky label...and yes, it's another fine outing from the voco-noise head. Tracks like "Clearing", however, show another side to Grouper's usual rough edge. There's an element of smoothness to those sombre keys and far-out vocals. It's basically an ambient album with an extra layer of soul in its core - check "Made Of Air" for a seriously trippy set of soundscapes.
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Furfour (LP + insert)
Cat: THRILL 412LP. Rel: 16 Sep 16
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. Strange The Friends (4:22)
  2. Acid Ali Khan (4:40)
  3. Heavy Days (4:32)
  4. Molten Familiar (3:10)
  5. Milky Light (4:20)
  6. Pyewacket's Palace (2:24)
  7. Perfect Reader (4:01)
  8. Silent Plans/Black Egg (5:22)
  9. Golden Simon (5:01)
  10. Sapien Sapiens (1:48)
  11. Come Down & Watch Them (2:07)
  12. Suneaters (7:38)
Review: The psychedelic odd couple of Alexander Tucker and Daniel O'Sullivan have honed their style to such a degree that their partnership in Grumbling Fur now comes across as no less than a national treasure, and 'Furfour' may just be the strongest record they've thus far committed to posterity - their dizzying blend of classically eccentric British psychedelia, crystalline synth pop and exquisite vocal harmonies has never sounded richer, more resonant or more gloriously psychotropic, with its musical experimentation more than matched my its emotional resonance. These caned crusaders are here to be cherished.
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  1. Mothers Love (3:36)
  2. Ballad Of The Spirits (5:54)
  3. Song Of The Sea (9:29)
  4. Homesickness (3:52)
  5. Golgotha (5:10)
  6. Jordan River Song (2:36)
  7. Garden Of Gethesemanie (3:24)
  8. Song Of Abayi (3:10)
  9. Story Of The Wind (2:44)
  10. Evening Breeze (2:50)
  11. Tenkou! Why Feel Sorry? (2:07)
Review: Emahoy Tsegue-Maryam Guebrou is an Ethiopian nun known for her unique solo piano playing. For three decades she lived a reclusive life with only rare performances, including one at the Jewish Community Center in Washington, D.C. in 2008. Featured here are recordings sourced from the '60s of her truly captivating performances and are deservedly reissued by the Portland, Oregon based Mississippi/Little Axe Records. Featured here are all original compositions available for the first time on vinyl beyond the original early editions, said to be near impossible to find.
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Intérprete: Juno Recommends Jazz
 in stock $15.17
Rembo (2xLP)
Cat: DBALP 003. Rel: 26 Feb 18
  1. Why Is There A Long Line In Front Of The Factory (3:43)
  2. The Workers Are On Strike (7:13)
  3. Why Don't You Make Your Bed (5:55)
  4. It's Not Worth The Bother (1:59)
  5. Why Does Your Father Look So Nervous (5:47)
  6. He's Been Teaching Me To Drive (7:53)
  7. Did You Hear The Owls Last Night (3:52)
  8. Yes But I Didn't Know They Were Owls (2:47)
Review: Given her rising reputation in recent years, it's something of a surprise to find that Rembo is Karen Gwyer's first full-length excursion since 2013's Kiki The Wormhole on Opal Tapes. While that latter set was impressive, Rembi is arguably even better. For starters, Gwyer refuses to settle on one groove, following a glistening ambient opener with a fuzzy, IDM-influenced chunk of left-of-centre dancefloor techno, which in turn makes way for a beat-less slab of hazy synthesizer positivity. It's a pattern that continues throughout, as the talent American producer delivers bustling, redlined techno jams laden with dirt-encrusted synthesizer motifs, spacey IDM club tracks and picturesque electronic soundscapes that sidestep easy categorization.
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Cat: FARO 200LP. Rel: 22 Nov 17
  1. Danca Do Paje (9:02)
  2. Mavumvavumpefoco (3:39)
  3. Natal (5:11)
  4. Casinha Pequenina (26:37)
Review: Brazilian multi-instrumentalist Hermeto Pascoal was once described by Miles Davis as "the most impressive musician in the world"; high praise coming from someone of the jazz legend's abilities. Those unfamiliar with the work of "the Wizard" (a nickname earned thanks to a long, Gandalf-style beard) should check out this fantastic record, which presents for the first time a quartet of previously unreleased recordings from 1976. According to the accompanying notes, much of the material was improvised and barely altered after the recording session. Certainly, there's an attractive fluidity throughout and Pascoal and Grupo Vice Versa (his usual backing band) blur the boundaries between traditional Brazilian music, spiritual jazz, Azymuth style jazz-funk and more far-out, psychedelic flavours. 26-minute B-side "Casinha Pequenina" is particularly potent.
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Photosynthesis (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: AOTN 030. Rel: 19 Sep 19
  1. Elementary Physiology (part 1) (2:35)
  2. Elementary Physiology (part 2) (3:36)
  3. Balloon Ride (4:39)
  4. Circadian Rhythms (3:34)
  5. Diametrically Opposed (3:23)
  6. Grockle Box (1:32)
  7. Living The Dream (4:00)
  8. Platform Game (4:44)
  9. Stacey's Theme (3:24)
  10. Photosynthesis (3:38)
  11. Chronobiology (4:14)
Review: Jazz-man Greg Foat has always been more open-minded and eclectic than many give him credit for, delivering nods to pastoral folk, movie soundtracks and library music amongst his more jazz-focused output. Even so, "Photosynthesis" is still a curveball, featuring as it does drowsy and mostly leisurely soundscapes that move from Radiophonic Workshop influenced weird-outs and mutant lounge music, to stoned horizontal grooves and post trip-hop soundscapes. Interestingly, some of the album's standout moments come laden with woozy electric pianos and the kind of hazy, slow motion guitar motifs that evoke mental images of long, drawn-out sunsets.
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