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Singles
Cat: UVAC 01. Rel: 04 Dec 14
Deep House
  1. DMX Krew - "Astro Logical"
  2. Sandrow M - "Prayervan" (live version)
  3. Jacob Korn - "Eieiei"
  4. Drvg Culture - "See You Again Someday"
Review: While the title evokes images of the Uncanny Valley crew getting up to sitcom-style scrapes while bumbling around Germany in a rickety old bus, there's an altogether simpler explanation for the Uncanny Vacation tag. Basically, it's a hook-up between the Dresden label and their pals from Munich's Permanent Vacation imprint, featuring tracks from both camps. Musically, there are plenty of thrills on offer, from the looped deep house-disco of Jacob Korn's "Eieiei" and bodypoppin' electro-meets-classic Italo of DMX Krew's "Astro Logical", to the woozy, almost Balearic analogue deep house of Drvg Culture's winding "See You Again Someday". It's as off-kilter but on-point as you'd expect. We'd still think the bus trip idea is a goer, mind.
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LIB X FE (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: LIB XFE. Rel: 23 Apr 19
Techno
  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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Cat: DBS 1005. Rel: 24 Jan 18
Funk/Reediciones
  1. Get Your Own (3:47)
  2. J Zimbra (4:09)
Review: Those who remember the first wave of funk breaks mash-ups and floor-filling hip-hop cut-ups in the late 1990s should be aware of J-Large; the mysterious DJ/producer has been remixing and reworking tracks (most notably by the Herbaliser) on and off ever since. His latest 7" escapade is suitably sizable, with A-side "Get Your Own" fusing Christina Aguilera's best-known vocal with loops and grooves lifted from a certain horn-toting jazz disco-funk classic. On the flip you'll find "J Zimbra", a bustling and floor-friendly tool-up of heavyweight Afro-funk slammer from 1979. As you'd expect, both are guaranteed to get the party started... and then some.
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Baby Come On (limited 12")
Cat: BST X059. Rel: 17 Jun 19
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Baby Come On (extended version)
  2. Baby Come On (instrumental dub version)
Review: Scorchio: Best return in time for the summer with one of the funkiest productions Maurizio 'Sangy' Sangineto has ever conjured. Sleazy electro boogie with just the right balance of Italo and soul in the mix, "Baby Come On" was a solo expedition by Armed Gang's James Otis White Jr. who hits the juiced-up bass-led groove in consummate syrup-toned style but gives the groove all the room it needs to let loose. Spacious, sun-kissed and profoundly funky, this couldn't have landed at a better time.
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Keep Lifting Me Higher (7" limited to 250 copies)
Cat: OGR 787. Rel: 30 Sep 19
Funk/Reediciones
  1. Keep Lifting Me Higher (2:45)
  2. The Sweetest Thing (2:41)
  3. The Wig (2:34)
  4. Sweet Sweet Soul (2:32)
Review: New funk delivered the old way; Original Gravity follow up the 2017 hype of Floyd James & The GTs debut "The Switchback" with this powerful four-track EP. Charged with a strong northern soul feel both "Keep Lifting Me Higher" and "The Sweetest Thing" lead with the beat as Floyd and his super-tight band bounce back and forth. Flip for more energetic mischief as "The Wig" goes turbo blues while "Sweet Sweet Soul" closes on an epic, riffy sing-along. The title speaks for itself.
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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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Klockworks 20.1 (double 12")
Cat: KLOCKWORKS 20.1. Rel: 03 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Etapp Kyle - "Essay" (5:29)
  2. Jon Hester - "Let's Go" (5:26)
  3. Adam Craft - "Aphite 49" (6:31)
  4. Sterac - "Lately" (6:37)
  5. Ben Klock - "Twenty" (6:29)
  6. DVS1 - "In The Middle" (6:39)
  7. Trevino - "Sombre Tones" (4:53)
Review: The good chaps over at Hardwax, Klockworks' own distribution network, are calling this a "perfectionist techno compilation" and, in their own words, it comes "warmly recommended". We agree with both of statements, and believe this to be a fine piece of work from the Ben Klock collective. Perhaps listeners won't hear anything drastically game-changing in here, but it is certainly all dance music of the highest calibre, from a collection of artists who have truly crafted a neat and elegant vision of techno music. On this double, the first in an upcoming series, there's a mixture of old and new faces all coming together to showcase the sound they've been so close to over the years; the wonderful Sterac makes an appearance with a refreshingly off-kilter blur of dub techno on "Lately", while Ben Klock himself comes through with the ice-cold bleeps of "Twenty", and the mighty DVS1 blasts out some penetrative percussion folds on "In The MIddle. Trevino rocks the boat with "Sombre Tones", whereas relative newcomers Etapp Kyle and Jon Hester turn in their own 5am bullets.
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Intérprete: Ben Sims, Rolando, OHM, Jay Hill
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Boe XXX (double 12")
Cat: BOE XXX. Rel: 17 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Leif - "That Ice Cream Tune"
  2. Ben Boe - "Spectral Gate"
  3. Nick Lawson - "Wharf Aquatics"
  4. Life Recorder - "Butterflies"
  5. Reedale Rise - "Quadrex"
  6. John Shima - "Liberation"
Review: Having served for eight years as one of the most dependable outlets for deep, thought provoking house in the UK, Boe Recordings recently announced its plans to shut up shop, and it does so in style. Calling on regular artists as well as fresh talent, it's a perfect swansong that demonstrates just how much quality is to be found in the Boe back catalogue. Leif's "That Ice Cream Tune" is a hypnagogic slice of broken beat, while label boss Ben Boe gets into a dreamy 2-step state of mind. That's just the tip of the iceberg on this flawless double-pack from a label that will be sorely missed.
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Jumbo (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: FH 009. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Dancehall/Ragga
  1. Lilly Melody - "Jumbo" (3:44)
  2. Track 2
  3. Norval Headley & John Wayne - "Good Good Lover" (3:40)
  4. Track 4 (3:24)
Review: Firehouse was dub don King Tubby's label right up to his death. Since he was shot and killed in a robbery attempt in 1989, the label has been run by Jamaica's Sonic Sounds. Their latest outing finds them reissue Lilly Melody's tasty two tracker "Jumbo" from 1987. The lead cut is a deep rolling joint with rich patois and rump-wriggling bass. Flip over for Norval Headley & John Wayne's "Good Good Lover" which features plenty of freaky filter use and knob twiddling that skews and twists synths into all sorts of mad shapes while natty chords and zealous bass kills keep you on your toes. Fresh indeed.
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  1. The O'Jays - "This Time Baby" (A Tom Moulton mix) (9:52)
  2. The Futures - "Party Time Man" (A Tom Moulton mix) (9:10)
  3. Jean Carn - "My Love Don't Come Easy" (A Tom Moulton mix) (10:46)
  4. The Jones Girls - "Nights Over Egypt" (A Tom Moulton mix) (9:09)
Review: Philadelphia International Records continues to dip into its bulging archives and offer up double-packs containing some of the finest 1970s remixes from remix pioneer Tom Moulton. As you'd expect, there's plenty to get the juices flowing and the heart pounding on this third volume in the series. Record one opens up with Moulton's epic version of the O'Jays' "This Time Baby", a swirling Philly Soul classic that later became a favourite of sample-loving disco-house producers and disco re-editors, and continues with his sugary but floor-friendly version of the Futures' "Party Time Man". Over on record two, Moulton's inspired extension of Jean Carn's seductive "Love Don't Come Easy" is followed by his must-have version of the Jones Girls' "Nights Over Egypt".
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Cat: KUMP 1. Rel: 30 Oct 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Ricco - "Gilbert & George" (7:07)
  2. Pletnev - "Thunder" (6:21)
  3. Ju-Ju83 - "Untimely End" (7:46)
  4. Roe Deers - "Nirvana" (5:50)
  5. Markus Gibb - "Dernier Souffle" (3:39)
Review: And just like that, France's Kump label is born. The newly formed crew make for some pretty promising prospects if this debut EP is anything to go by, and they've started flying off our shelves with the same sort of zesty energy found across its five killers! Thankfully, this isn't yet another deep house joint and, one the contrary, it provides us with some seriously fresh strains of house music built for the next decade. Ricco's opener "Gilbert & George" is a punchy, mid-tempo pulser with a subtly acidic flow, and Pletnev's "Thunder" follows beautifully with the same sort of beat, but comparatively tamer harmonies. On the flip, Ju-Ju83 gets all sombre and industrial on "Untimely End", while "Nirvana" by Roe Deers offers a totally different sort of 'sad', and Markus Gibbs's "Dernier Souffle" manages to blend mid-90's acid with something that, well, we can't quite put our finger on...
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Intérprete: Mimi, In Flagranti, Pletnev
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Raw Raw #12 (limited double 12")
Cat: RRR 012. Rel: 18 Jul 17
Techno
  1. Sleeparchive - "Hide" (3:42)
  2. Stanislav Tolkachev - "Nothing Is Mine" (4:43)
  3. Eric Fetcher - "Transcendent Wisdom" (5:34)
  4. Lokodepo - "Kohle" (5:39)
  5. Sleeparchive - "Window025" (4:26)
  6. Eric Fetcher - "Microcode" (5:02)
  7. Joton - "Diagram" (4:58)
  8. Petter B - "Isgrus" (6:39)
Review: Ukrainian techno stable Raw Raw has pushed the boat out on this 12th release, in the process delivering a double-pack full of tried-and-tested dancefloor movements. Amongst the eight tracks you'll find numerous highlights, including the distorted drums and Drexciyan melodies of Sleeparvhive's "Hide", the kick-drum driven alien funk intensity of Eric Fletcher's "Transcendent Wisdom", and the energy-packed hypnotism of Joton's "Diagram", which comes on like Brown Album-era Orbital dragged kicking and screaming through Berghain at eight in the morning. Best of all, though, is the TB-303 driven techno psychedelia of Petter B's "Isgrus", which is almost capable of triggering vivid dancefloor hallucinations.
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Intérprete: Ben Sims, Ground Loop, Kessell
 in stock $17.81
Álbumes
Twotinos (2xLP + insert)
Cat: LIFE 29. Rel: 01 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. Fear Mix (Fearmix) (12:59)
  2. Orga Fit (8:44)
  3. Desert Mix (2:55)
  4. Autiomaa (I) (Tribbal) (9:46)
  5. Autiomaa (II) (Tribbal Sound mix) (2:13)
  6. Kuume (Last Gitar) (6:33)
  7. Puhallus (One Mo, Pad Conga Vocoder mix) (9:10)
Review: Keys Of Life has been a label often praised and plaid by Norway's DJ Sotofett, so this collaboration with Helsinki's Jesse feels like a natural turn of events for both artists. Essentially genre-less the whole way through, Twotinos is best described as being downtempo music with an subtle afro edge, no doubt carried through by Sotofett's own predisposition to boogie and disco. Tribal and balearic in the best of ways, there is much to explore and dig into here, but our picks have to be "Orga Fit", a dreamy bounce of disco infusions and tropical manoeuvres, and the excellent electro-disco groove of "Kuume". The rest will certainly come in more than useful to any DJ looking for a bit of life in their transitions but, then again, that's what this label specialises in...
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Sirens (limited LP in scratch-card sleeve + coin)
Cat: OP 042LP1. Rel: 13 Oct 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Mirrors (0:02)
  2. Killing Time (11:17)
  3. Sirens (0:03)
  4. Wildflowers (5:44)
  5. The Governor (6:41)
  6. Leaves (3:20)
  7. No (6:42)
  8. Three Sides Of Nazareth (9:42)
  9. History Lesson (3:51)
Review: The Chilean producer based in New York City Nicolas Jaar presents his new album entitled Sirens. This is his first solo album since 2011's Space Is Only Noise LP and released on his own Other People imprint. Jaar has been involved in various projects over the years, such as Darkside (with multi-instrumentalist Dave Harrington), while last year he released Pomegranates, a collection of ambient tracks provided as an alternative soundtrack to the 1969 film The Colour of Pomegranates. The LP is six tracks that "flow seamlessly" between each other. According to a press release, the album is "Jaar's most topically cohesive and politically-minded record to date."
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Crushing (limited gatefold green vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRANS 384X. Rel: 22 Feb 19
Indie
  1. Body (5:07)
  2. Head Alone (2:57)
  3. Pressure To Party (3:00)
  4. Don't Know How To Keep Loving You (5:28)
  5. When The Family Flies In (3:58)
  6. Convention (3:12)
  7. Good Guy (4:11)
  8. You Were Right (2:22)
  9. Turn Me Down (5:44)
  10. Comfort (3:17)
Review: Australian singer hailing from the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Julia Jacklin, resurfaces with a third album following Don't Let The Kids Win (2016) and Eastwick / Cold Caller (2017). Opening with arguably the album's most afflicting number, "Body", Jacklin's voice almost inhibits an Edith Piaf-like quality, somewhat shaky but resolute. It's far from a forlorn listen though, and while "Pressure To Party" may lament such things as fun, it adds an upbeat rhythm to the album's more down beat numbers, be they "Don't Know How To Keep Loving You", to the lowly piano and voice solo of "When The Family Flies In". Touching on the hallmarks of a true romantic, Jacklin's music is melancholic as ever, but with her vocals only adding to the warm embrace of the instrumentation, "Crushing" should melt a few hearts yet.
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VP
Cat: 005464 5264211. Rel: 20 Sep 19
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. On The Move (0:26)
  2. Brighter Day (3:56)
  3. Marijuana (feat Damian 'Jr Gong' Marley) (4:31)
  4. Telephone Love (2:45)
  5. Magic (feat Tory Lanez) (2:47)
  6. Risk It All (feat Phyllisia Ross) (3:36)
  7. Pretty Face (3:26)
  8. Work It Out (feat Melanie Fiona) (3:11)
  9. Eyes On Your Body (feat Dru, Sketch Carey & Alx) (3:13)
  10. Only You (feat Mya) (3:03)
  11. Don't Walk Away (2:49)
  12. Royal Soldier (3:08)
  13. Life Is Real (feat Popcaan & Padrino) (2:58)
  14. Street Kings (feat Yami Bolo, Junior Reid & Capleton) (3:24)
Review: Jamaica's Royal Soldier is the king of contemporary lovers rock and his new album Jah Cure deals with, as the title suggests, modern life as a soldier, as well as issues of love and consciousness. Across the 14 tracks, his forlorn croonings are complimented by guest spots from heavyweights like Damian Marley on the ganga ode that is "Marijuana", Tory Lanez on dancehall cut "Magic" and Popcaan & Padrino on "Life Is Real", a crisp bit of Caribbean trap. Elsewhere, classic roots bleeds into modern day r&b to make for a genre-crossing work that will earn the man behind it plenty of plaudits, as well as new fans.
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Hata Payi (LP)
Cat: SLANG 50194LP. Rel: 05 Apr 19
Indie
  1. Sana Gore Bir Sey Yok (4:27)
  2. Suphe (3:50)
  3. Yangin (3:28)
  4. Gordugum Ruya (3:07)
  5. Kalbim Kopru Gibi (3:19)
  6. Hala Berbat (3:29)
  7. Kendine Ragmen (2:59)
  8. Istemezdim (2:46)
  9. Toz (3:58)
  10. Bir Sey Olur (3:41)
  11. Ne Teselli Ne Avuntu (4:47)
Review: Turkish synth pop pride Jakuzi land a major record deal with the always trustworthy City Slang. Debuting in 2017 with the indie pop Fantezi Muzik LP, the trio, straight out of Istanbul's yet to be mined alternative pop scene, sees the group this time around deliver something that's slightly darker than before. Darker in the sense, that is, that their music now sounds more like Depeche Mode and The Sisters of Mercy, or even These New Puritans, than the sun-catching sounds of their previous release. Gothic tendencies to their instrumentalisation remain throughout the LP, and dark disco plays a part too alongside strands of post-punk guitars that all coalesse into a LP that will no doubt appeal to the shadier realms of pop and synth music lovers.
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Hold On! (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DAP 040LP. Rel: 02 Feb 16
Soul
  1. If That Don't Tell You (2:30)
  2. This Is Where We Came In (4:27)
  3. (Baby) Hold On (2:41)
  4. Something's Calling (3:22)
  5. A Truer Heart (2:39)
  6. Free Your Mind (While You Still Got Time) (2:59)
  7. Light Of My Life (3:13)
  8. Stranded (2:35)
  9. Satchel Foot (2:30)
  10. In The Dark (3:12)
Review: Gabriel Roth and Neal Sugarman's Daptone label is always right on-point when it comes to funky Afro beats, and disco-flavoured dance music, and aside from releasing a whole breadth of new talent in that field, they two dudes have also resurrected plenty of golden material from the 70's and 80's, including our all-time favourite Soul Explosion by The Daktaris. The inimitable James Junter Six are back for the imprint's latest release, coming through with a sweet n' soulful soul album with plenty of psych and ska influences - the aptly named Hold On! Organs flying from side to side, a gorgeous selection of deep, coarse vocals, and plenty of stunning, intimate moments for the lovers. A peach.
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Tribute To 2 (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ATO 0416LP. Rel: 08 Dec 17
Indie
  1. I Just Wasn't Made For These Times (5:04)
  2. Baby Don't Go (3:58)
  3. Wild Honey (4:07)
  4. Midnight, The Stars & You (3:37)
  5. Crying In The Chapel (2:47)
  6. Funny How Time Slips Away (4:17)
  7. Love Is The Sweetest Thing (3:23)
  8. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight (2:51)
  9. Lucky Man (4:16)
  10. The World Is Falling Down (3:53)
  11. Blue Skies (1:10)
Review: Covering other musicians can be something of a minefield, without balancing respect for the original and stamping one's individuality, it can wind up sounding inauthentic and distasteful. However, My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James has proved he's more than adept at the craft. His band are well-known for their diverse covers, and back in 2009 he released his first solo EP 'Tribute To', an homage to George Harrison. Eight years on, his second tribute album covers a broader range of artists of a bygone era, bringing together Beach Boys, Dylan, Willie Nelson, ELP and more. James' treatment of the songs shows his admiration and attention to detail, reimagining the source material in a quiet and focussed mood. Often, the covers are stripped back to James' vocals drenched in reverb and a single instrument, which does wonders as he winds through old jazz crooners, soul, country & western and 60's pop. What is most evident here though, is his esteem for these songs, and just how much he enjoys playing them.
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No Beginning No End (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: 732971. Rel: 29 Jan 13
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. It’s All Over Your Body
  2. Sword + Gun (feat Hindi Zahra)
  3. Trouble
  4. Vanguard
  5. Come To My Door
  6. Heaven On The Ground (feat Emily King)
  7. Do You Feel
  8. Make It Right
  9. Bird Of Space
  10. No Beginning No End
  11. Tomorrow
  12. Come To My Door (acoustic version)
Review: Former Brownswood staple and Gilles Peterson fave Jose James enjoyed something of a breakthrough in 2010, with an album that looked to Moodymann and Flying Lotus for inspiration. Here, he returns to his jazz roots with an album for Blue Note that pits his gorgeous baritone vocals against a musical mix that's as slick, warm and soulful as you'd expect. The 12 tracks flit between neo-soul, cosy jazz-funk, acoustic soul, hip-hop soul and trad jazz, with hissing beats, flowing pianos and shuffling grooves at every turn. James is a class act who rarely disappoints, and No Beginning No End should impress familiar fans and excited newcomers alike.
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In Colour (LP)
Cat: YTLP 122. Rel: 27 May 15
Bass
  1. Gosh (4:48)
  2. Sleep Sound (3:44)
  3. SeeSaw (feat Romy) (4:32)
  4. Obvs (3:52)
  5. Just Saying (1:23)
  6. Stranger In A Room (feat Oliver Sim) (2:58)
  7. Hold Tight (4:00)
  8. Loud Places (feat Romy) (4:47)
  9. I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times) (feat Young Thug & Popcaan) (3:28)
  10. The Rest Is Noise (5:02)
  11. Girl (4:04)
Review: In Colour is of course the long awaited debut solo album from The xx's in-house knob twiddler Jamie 'xx' Smith, arriving through regular home Young Turks backed with a whole host of guest appearances. The more obsessive Jamie xx fans out there (of which we wager there are many) will no doubt already have burned out their laptops and retinas basking in the all too colourful pre-release streams of In Colour, but it's always nice to grip an album in your hands. The eleven tracks on In Colours come across like a low key ode to the rave from Jamie and pals, with Four Tet, Romy & Oli xx, Young Thug and Popcaan featuring, and yes there is also plenty of steel pan. "Hold Tight", which sounds like Jamie's attempt at forest techno, is a definite highlight! Young Turks have popped in a CD edition of the album too.
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Gerd JANSON/VARIOUS
Cat: RHM 018LP. Rel: 07 May 19
Deep House
  1. Conga Radio - "168 North" (6:12)
  2. Leon Vynehall - "Midnight On Rainbow Road" (6:21)
  3. Joy Orbison - "A213" (5:10)
  4. AKSK - "Breaking" (4:20)
  5. Shan - "Awakening" (5:57)
  6. Bicep - "Carmine" (7:10)
  7. Fort Romeau - "Seleno" (6:31)
  8. Orson Wells - "Oribiting Jupiters" (6:23)
  9. Disco Nihilist - "Melancholy" (4:23)
  10. Lauer - "Autofahrn" (4:51)
Review: For the first Musik For Autobahns compilation, released back in 2012, Gerd Janson asked some of his favourite producers to create tracks inspired by the relentless, seemingly never-ending experience of motorway driving. Three years on, he's revisited the concept with similarly pleasing results. Subtitled "ambient race car music", Musik For Autobahns 2 offers up a largely magical blend of hyponitic, Balearic-tinged downtempo grooves (see Leon Vynehall's brilliant opener), shuffling hypnotism (Joy Orbison), obligatory nods to Kraftwerk (Fort Romeau), quirky synth-pop (AKSK), Detroit influences (Disco Nihilist), trippy Balearic boogie (Conga Radio), and sublime compositions (Orlando Voorn). More importantly, it contains some wonderfully evocative and entertaining music.
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Sells His Record Collection (LP + insert) (1 per customer)
Cat: JBLP 001. Rel: 12 Mar 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. The Sun Goddess Steps Out In Old Asakusa (11:24)
  2. Tepco Shareholder (6:38)
  3. Everything Passes (5:24)
  4. The Land Of The Gods Under Concrete (10:17)
  5. 10000 Forgotten Ghost Stories (5:13)
  6. Yakuza No Uta (5:44)
Review: With that excellent pair of remixes from Place No Blame's label debut last year still ringing in our heads, we've been awaiting new material from London's Japan Blues with a worrying level of anticipation. While his reworks of DJ Slyngshot's equally magnetic tunes saw the mask-ridden producer branch out onto new territories, this LP marks another significant change in his approach to releasing music. Sells His Record Collection, as with anything this man does, is an honest approach to sampling and a magnificent reflection of so many years spent digging through Japanese records. From folk dances, to soundtrack scores, and even glitchy waves of post-punk beats, this is an unmissable excursion into the most unknown territories of the music that the Far Easte Asian's island has to offer. There are few people who have taken such care, attention and dedication to bringing the listener a singular view of the country's music, and there is something in here for any serious music connoisseur's ears. Unmissable (and limited!).
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Cat: DE 231. Rel: 06 Nov 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Overture (1:57)
  2. Think It's You (3:47)
  3. Big Generation (4:23)
  4. Do I (3:18)
  5. Selfish Heart (4:57)
  6. Whats Going On (2:59)
  7. Everyone Is (1:33)
  8. Clear Eyes (2:57)
  9. Emotion 2 (4:56)
  10. Night (4:29)
  11. My Age (4:37)
  12. Chantilly Lace (3:49)
Review: Baby Buddha is the experimental new wave duo of Charles Hornaday (vocals, guitar, electronics, drums) and David Javelosa (vocals, electronics, clarinet). Born from late night improvisations of San Francisco synth-punks Los Microwaves with a rotating cast of musicians. Live shows would include music, projections, dance and performance art in both clubs and gallery spaces. In 1980, Howie Klein's 415 Records released their first single of Tammy Wynette's "Stand By Your Man". In 1981, 'Music For Teenage Sex' was their first full length album released via Poshboy Records. It featured Los Microwaves' Meg Brazill, Poshboy boss Robbie Fields, and Kathy Peck as "Tammy Why-not", who later went on to found H.E.A.R (Hearing Education and Awareness for Rockers). In January 1983 Kathy, Charles and David went into the studio with a couple of Kathy's original "country" songs and began working on a sophomore album. They also incorporated songs from a live multi-track recording of a concert at the Graffiti Club on June 6th 1984. The album titled 'Everyone Is My Age' sat unreleased until 1987 due to relocation to Los Angeles and eventually found a home on David's Hyperspace Communications, the original label for the first Los Microwaves singles. For this first time reissue we've added a previously unreleased bonus song "What's Going On," a Kathy Peck original. All songs have been remastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley. The vinyl comes housed in the original jacket featuring a collage by David Javelosa and includes an insert with lyrics, photos and liner notes.
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Intérprete: In Flagranti
 in stock $17.54
Enough Is Enough (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: SNDWLP 115. Rel: 23 Aug 17
International
  1. Reggae Deluxe (3:57)
  2. Get Yourselves Together (6:04)
  3. Enough Is Enough (6:25)
  4. Some More (7:07)
  5. Baby Rock (5:22)
Review: Jay-U Experience was the musical alter ego of Justus Nnakwe, a Nigerian musician who featured in several psychedelic rock and funk combos during the late '70s and early '80s. Collectors of Nigerian music have long sought out copies of his 1977 debut album, Enough is Enough, a fact that has inspired Soundway to prepare this licensed reissue. It's a thoroughly vibrant and entertaining set that sees Nnawke slip between leisurely reggae-pop ("Reggae Deluxe"), acid-fried Afro-funk ("Get Yourself Together"), sax-fuelled dancefloor psychedelia ("Some More") and fuzzy, organ-laden funk-rock heaviness (freaky closer "Baby Rock"). Given that finding original copies is near impossible these days, even for those who spend their lives digging in Lagos, this should be an essential purchase for fans of Nigerian music.
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 in stock $19.42
Cat: GET 54075LP. Rel: 12 Mar 18
Funk/Reediciones
  1. (It's Not The Express) It's The J.B.'s Monaurail (8:16)
  2. Here We Come, Here We Go, Here We Are (4:30)
  3. All Aboard The Soul Funky Train (4:33)
  4. Transmograpfication (4:03)
  5. Thank You For Letting Me Be Myself & You Be Yours (9:46)
  6. Taurus, Aires & Leo (6:36)
  7. Things & Do (5:18)
Review: Destination 1975: funk is leaning back limbo style to let disco flourish and the fourth LP from James Brown's clam-tight backing troupe is a fine example of just how the two styles flexed. Still heavy with the tight jams, big breaks and firing horn blow-outs but laced with a little disco shine and orchestration in places, it's a fine snapshot of the 70s headiest musical crossroads. The slippery guitars and slinky bass on "Taurus, Aires & Leo", the far-away jazzy textures of "Transmograpfication" and their own fly response to BT Express "The JB's Monaurail" are just some of the many highlights on this fusion-focused album.
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JD TWITCH/VARIOUS
Cat: STRUT 196LP. Rel: 09 Nov 18
Indie
  1. Leben Und Arbeiten - "Amanita" (4:18)
  2. Malaria! - "Your Turn To Run (I Will Be Your Only One)" (4:05)
  3. Ausserhalb - "Zeitzelle" (3:32)
  4. Die Haut - "Der Karibische Western" (5:32)
  5. Aus Lauter Liebe - "Pingelig" (3:02)
  6. Mania D - "Track 4" (3:27)
  7. Exkurs - "Fakten" (3:53)
  8. Christiane F - "Wunderbar" (JD Twitch edit) (6:14)
  9. Sprung Aus Den Wolken - "Dub & Die" (4:15)
  10. P1/E - "Up & Above/Up & Above Dub" (6:44)
  11. Franz Erlmeier & Fritz Kostler - "Offnen Sie Mal Ihre Tasche" (2:31)
  12. Populare Mechanik - "Scharfer Schnitt (No 1)" (2:34)
  13. Andreas Dorau & Die Marinas - "Fred Vom Jupiter" (2:42)
  14. Weltklang - "Veb Heimat" (2:28)
  15. Stefan Bloser - "Voyager One" (5:42)
  16. Matthias Schuster - "An Rah Robeel" (5:35)
Review: When it comes to compilation making there's probably no two safer names in the art than Strut Records and Optimo's JD Twitch (and maybe the one Trevor Jackson too). This time around though, surprise surprise, Twitch collides a choice selection of oddball rarities and mythical classics from Germany's original post-punk and DIY scene, and in the process gives the behemoth Vinyl-on-demand label a dashing run for its money. There's a staggering amount of music to be discovered here that will send your mind running down one of Berlin's dank strasses or a Dresden ditch, but after hearing tracks like "Your Turn To Run" by Malaria! or Twitch's own edit of Christiane F "Wunderbar" you may be left wondering why you've been listening to Talking Heads and "Eisbear" this whole time.
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Zwischen (LP)
Cat: FAIT 17LP. Rel: 01 May 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Alice Schwarzer, Is It True That You're A Person Of Great Tenacity? (2:10)
  2. John Cage, I've Been Told To Ask You The Following Question: Where Are You Going? (2:58)
  3. Hubert Fichte, Your Journey Through Life Has Been Full Of Twists & Turns. Please Tell Us When & Where This Journey Began! (2:18)
  4. Slavoj Zizek, What Signs Were There Of The Imminent Dissolution Of Yugoslavia? (1:52)
  5. Joseph Beuys, It Was You Who Said: Democracy Is So Big One Can Only Sing About It: You Recently Made Your Debut As A Singer: Which Democracy Are You Singing About? (3:05)
  6. Lady Gaga, You Once Said In An Interview That You Write Music For The Fashion Industry: Is Fashion As Important To You As Music? (2:13)
  7. Ernst Jandl, What Are Your Plans For Language: Revolution, Reform, Revolt? (1:57)
  8. Karlheinz Stockhausen, Which Difficulties Are Involved In Conserving Electronic Music On Magnetic Tape? (2:23)
  9. Marcel Duchamp, Would You Like Or Expect People To Spin The Wheel On Your Kinetic Object Roue De Bicyclette? (2:19)
  10. Friederike Mayrocker, When You Write, Do You Feel Like The Creator Of The Work Or More Like A Medium? (3:12)
  11. Yoko Ono, You Were Born Into A Rich, Aristocratic Family In Tokyo. Do You See That In Yourself? (2:08)
  12. Max Ernst, This Is The First Time In Twenty-Five Years That You've Returned To Your Old Home Town, To The Cathedral In Cologne, Right? (2:02)
Review: Over the years, Jan Jelinek has been responsible for some fantastically inventive experimental records. His latest is a concept album inspired by a radio play he wrote for German radio, in which every collage-style track was crafted from an interview with a different public figure (these include Yoko Ono, Marcel Duchamp, John Cage and Lady Gaga). These vocal excerpts, which include non-verbal sounds as well as speech, were also used to control a synthesizer. While the nuts and bolts are pretty far-sighted and next level, the results are actually rather enjoyable and easy to listen to. For every dystopian, mind-altering cut-up track, there are four or five others that veer closer to left-of-centre ambient bliss. It's an intriguing and hugely entertaining collection, all told.
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Intérprete: Kamran Sadeghi
 in stock $15.10
Transmission (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: DC 199. Rel: 09 Jan 19
Techno
  1. Intro (1:35)
  2. Transmission (6:46)
  3. Mars (6:00)
  4. Internal (6:15)
  5. Planet X (4:29)
  6. Futura (6:41)
  7. Hyoid (5:46)
  8. Astral (6:25)
  9. Final (1:50)
Review: Drumcode's first big release of 2019 comes courtesy of Julian Jeweil, a relative newcomer to the Swedish label who originally built his reputation via years of releases on M_Nus, Plus 8 and Cocoon Recordings. "Transmission" is not only his long-awaited debut album, but also a far more spacey and intergalactic proposition than much of Drumcode's output. Of course, the majority of the tracks are still underpinned by relentless techno rhythms and gnarly electronic stabs, with plenty of darkness amongst the stargazing grooves. Intriguingly, there's also a little more variety than you might expect, with the deep and woozy "Planet X", acid-fired heaviness of "Astral" and glassy-eyed early morning ambient of "Final" catching the ear.
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Jitwam (LP)
Cat: HHV 670. Rel: 11 Jan 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Thelove (2:47)
  2. Alone (2:49)
  3. Heavensent (with Arthi) (1:46)
  4. Drowning In Tomorrow (3:14)
  5. I Ain't Scared Of No Devil (with DJ Godfrey Ho) (4:36)
  6. Somethingtochewon (with Henry Wu) (3:00)
  7. Yesiknw (3:13)
  8. Doooooooooooooooooo (2:50)
  9. Wejustcousins (3:05)
  10. Later (3:46)
  11. Goodlord (with Nick Walters) (2:29)
  12. Trinkets (2:20)
  13. Youkilledmyson (feat Loretta Smith) (2:22)
Review: Born in the Indian city of Gauhati, Jitwam grew up in New Zealand, Australia and London and lived in Thai monasteries and South African orphanages. Gradually, he gained the tools of an accomplished multi-instrumentalist, singer and producer. He has now arrived in Brooklyn - as sedentary as you can be with such a CV. His musical foundations correspond to a worldly career where he absorbed all that is is good musically: Moondog, Velvet Underground, RD Burman, Asha Bhosle, Jay Dilla, Madlib and Moodymann, to name but a few. The aforementioned Kenny Dixon Jr. used a track of Jitwam's in his DJ Kicks compilation - this did not happen by chance. This self-titled album appears for Berlin's HHV in cooperation with Auckland based Cosmic Compositions. It was mainly mixed and mastered by maverick beatmaker Matthewdavid at California's Stones Throw Studios. A series of stumbling, jazz/soul-rooted beat sculptures, each buried beneath a haze of fuzzy psychedelia, broken microphone blues and articulated through a freestyled process he describes as "first thought, best thought". This album solidifies Jitwam's spot as a major emerging talent.
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Autobiography (red vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: ZIQ 399X. Rel: 28 Sep 18
Footwork/Juke
  1. First Overture (Spiritual Atom) (4:59)
  2. Annotation (4:04)
  3. Carbonb 12 (5:05)
  4. Unorthodox Elements (3:35)
  5. Anamenesis (part 1) (3:30)
  6. The Abyss Of Doubt (3:35)
  7. Mutation (5:03)
  8. Fist Interlude (Absence Of Measure) (4:40)
  9. Permutation (4:39)
  10. Kundalini (4:48)
  11. Anamnesis (part 2) (4:05)
  12. Blue I (4:01)
  13. Second Interlude (The Choosing) (6:26)
Review: Earlier in the year, former Indiana steelworker turned Juke futurist Jerrilynn "Jlin" Patton joined forces with British choreographer Wayne McGregor to perform a unique music and dance show at Krakow's Unsound festival. Entitled "Autobiography", the show featured some of Patton's most expansive, complex and impressive music to date. Here, Planet Mu offers up a studio version of Patton's soundtrack, a richly immersive and emotion-rich journey that combines her usual low-end pressure and punchy, high-tempo juke beats with sweeping neo-classical movements, ambient soundscapes, occasional field recordings and surprise jazz flourishes. It's a hugely impressive musical journey, all told, and one that proves once and for all that Patton is one of the most exciting artists in electronic music right now.
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Cat: ASVN 058. Rel: 29 Mar 18
International
  1. Douala By Night (3:10)
  2. Funky Bafoussam (3:26)
  3. More & More (5:34)
  4. Love Is Light (3:33)
  5. Aie (4:41)
  6. Not So Bad (3:49)
  7. I Love Yaounde (4:00)
  8. Eda (3:47)
  9. Funky Boogie Love (3:15)
  10. Eya Mba (7:46)
Review: Between the mid 1970s and the late 1980s, Cameroonian duo J.M Tim and Foty recorded a string of killer Afro-funk albums. This superb compilation from Africa Seven shines a light on the best of the duo's early work, with each of the ten tracks recorded between 1977 and '79. There's much to set the pulse racing throughout, from the crunchy Clavinets, punchy horns and heavy grooves of opener "Douala By Night" and the rubbery disco-funk of "More and More", to the swirling, celebratory vocals, sun-kissed guitars and dazzling analogue synth solos of "Ale". Elsewhere, check the Bee Gees-in-Cameroon flex of "Funky Boogie Love" and "I Love Youande", a breezy affair with a touch of country-funk swing and an a sublime bass guitar riff.
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Damned Devotion (gatefold 180 gram pink vinyl LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: PIASR 1005LP. Rel: 09 Feb 18
Indie
  1. Wonderful (3:36)
  2. Warning Bell (3:16)
  3. Tell Me (3:38)
  4. Steed (For Jean Genet) (4:07)
  5. Damned Devotion (3:12)
  6. The Silence (4:44)
  7. Valid Jagger (3:27)
  8. Rely On (2:44)
  9. What Was It Like (4:11)
  10. Talk About It Later (2:37)
  11. Silly Me (3:37)
  12. I Don't Mind (4:04)
Review: On her sixth album as Joan As Police Woman, Joan Wasser dives into deeper and darker waters than on her previous work. 'Damned Devotion' draws the listener in close with Wasser's heartfelt sentiments of romantic honesty and intimacy to powerful effect, vocally balancing frailty and strength on a knife-edge in a way that continues to assert her strength as a vocalist and performer. Her ambient melting pot of R'n'B, beats, dimly lit atmospherics, soulful harmonies, eerie samples and crunching riffs strikes perfect balances at every turn, showing a depth of songwriting full of a tension that feels calmly restrained at one moment and threateningly coiled in the next. It's these levels of tension and atmosphere coupled with Wasser's instrumental and vocal breadth that make 'Damned Devotion' a real gem, an album whose many virtues become ever more apparent with every listen.
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Cat: MRBLP 148. Rel: 31 Jul 17
International
  1. Jorgeia Corisco (3:50)
  2. No Bom Sentido (3:29)
  3. Aleluia (3:51)
  4. Raton (0:53)
  5. Pret-A-Porter (3:35)
  6. Squash (3:58)
  7. Eva (5:39)
  8. Fa Sustenido (2:57)
  9. Ze Piolho (0:43)
  10. Baila Comigo E Festa Braba (3:32)
  11. Ginga (2:55)
  12. Alegrias (3:10)
Review: Insane boogie fire from Rio circa 82; both Robson Jorge and Lincoln Olivetti were already decorated before they joined forces, but this one took both of their reputations and amplified them beyond expectation. Their one and only album, it's loaded with soul and funk from every corner of Brazil's sexy city and brought together with beautiful attention to detail; the gradual vocal breakdowns, rude synths and lavish instrumental sections, key cuts such as the Wonder-level "Aleluia", the jazz slides and glides of "Pret-A-Porter" and the sexy 80s electro boogie "Squash" will still completely flip any party 35 years later. Stunning.
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The Hideout (numbered LP in hand-made sleeve + MP3 download code + stickers limited to 125 copies)
Cat: FRV 017. Rel: 11 Feb 15
Techno
  1. The Hideout
  2. Indumorg
  3. Shadow's Color
  4. Chrome Light
  5. They Watching You
Review: "In music, phrygian mode is dissonant, dark, depressive and gloomy. Its use was even forbidden in classical Greece for centuries because it was considered pagan. The sound of phrygian mode is rather exotic..."
Following the excellent Lost Series (Part 1) and (Part 2), Frigio label founder Juanpablo is back, this time with a full five track mini-LP: Darkness gathers above the needle's edge as the Colombian artist delivers the shadow strewn The Hideout. Abstraction is balanced against dancefloor clout across this quintet of underworld electronics. Rhythms curve and bend, scattering into the blackened chasms of "Chrome Light" and "Shadow's Color," before resurfacing into the light of "Indumorg." The title piece burns with a slow intensity. Sinister coils of Acid drip, skies bruise and ash rains before "They Watching You" closes. Juanpablo's builds on his past releasing, melting the lines of Techno, House and Electro and remoulding genres and blurring styles. Eclipsed sounds from the centre of Spain.
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1634 Lexington Avenue (reissue) (limited clear vinyl LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: TRLP 12006C. Rel: 19 Sep 19
Funk/Reediciones
  1. Woman You Made Me (3:42)
  2. Love Our Love Affair (4:01)
  3. Remember Me (4:13)
  4. Help Me (Save Me From Myself) (3:32)
  5. Ain't That Love? (4:25)
  6. This Is What Love Looks Like! (4:02)
  7. You Gonna Need Me (3:40)
  8. I'd Better (3:24)
  9. We're All We Got (4:04)
  10. I Can't Love You Anymore (feat Pratt) (4:35)
Review: Fast-rising New York soul singer Carlton Jumel Smith continues his successful partnership with Timmion house band Cold Diamond & Mink via a debut album that sounds like it could have been recorded in the early 1970s rather than 2019. Smith's lyrics and effortlessly soulful vocal delivery take centre stage throughout, though it's the faithfully fuzzy grooves, punchy horn lines and languid, delay-laden guitar motifs provided by his storied backing band that make the album a real winner. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the loved-up sweetness of "This Is What Love Looks Like!" and Motown-influenced stomp of "We're All We Got", to the slack-tuned drum breaks and bittersweet messages of "I Can't Love You Anymore (feat Pratt)" and the cheery goodness of "Remember Me". In a word: superb.
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Intérprete: Soul Music
 in stock $18.89
Cat: TRLP 12006. Rel: 09 May 19
Soul
  1. Woman You Made Me (3:44)
  2. Love Our Love Affair (4:02)
  3. Remember Me (4:16)
  4. Help Me (Save Me From Myself) (3:32)
  5. Ain't That Love? (4:25)
  6. This Is What Love Looks Like! (4:03)
  7. You Gonna Need Me (3:40)
  8. I'd Better (3:25)
  9. We're All We Got (4:03)
  10. I Can't Love You Anymore (feat Pratt) (4:35)
Review: Fast-rising New York soul singer Carlton Jumel Smith continues his successful partnership with Timmion house band Cold Diamond & Mink via a debut album that sounds like it could have been recorded in the early 1970s rather than 2019. Smith's lyrics and effortlessly soulful vocal delivery take centre stage throughout, though it's the faithfully fuzzy grooves, punchy horn lines and languid, delay-laden guitar motifs provided by his storied backing band that make the album a real winner. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the loved-up sweetness of "This Is What Love Looks Like!" and Motown-influenced stomp of "We're All We Got", to the slack-tuned drum breaks and bittersweet messages of "I Can't Love You Anymore (feat Pratt)" and the cheery goodness of "Remember Me". In a word: superb.
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For Ever (gatefold LP + sticker sheet)
XL
Cat: XL 927LP. Rel: 14 Sep 18
Indie
  1. Smile (3:07)
  2. Heavy, California (3:05)
  3. Beat 54 (All Good Now) (4:07)
  4. Cherry (3:16)
  5. Happy Man (3:11)
  6. Casio (3:54)
  7. Mama Oh No (3:16)
  8. House In LA (4:43)
  9. Give Over (3:33)
  10. Cosurmyne (3:38)
  11. Home (2:12)
  12. (More & More) It Ain't Easy (3:12)
  13. Pray (4:46)
Review: Pop duo Josh Lloyd-Watson & Tom McFarland, or simply J & T as they are known, realise their second album for pioneering independent label, XL. Since the pair's debut self-titled release back in 2013 the group has expanded to something around seven members and following a slew of singles and EPs (inclusive of a Soulwax remix) the band are now bursting with fresh life and colour. Take "Heavy, California" for example, a sing-a-long pop number that's bright and cheery enough to make you want to skip through the streets with a dandelion in your hair regardless of the season. "Cherry", the other track thrown around online, sees Jungle live up to their Neo Soul genre tag, and with 11 more tracks to explore, maybe they'll even find hit that second Mercury Prize nomination.
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Cat: DEMREC 363. Rel: 15 Feb 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Straight Out The Jungle (3:59)
  2. What's Going On (4:08)
  3. Black Is Black (3:39)
  4. Jimbrowski (4:29)
  5. I'm Gonna Do You (3:25)
  6. On The Run (4:06)
  7. Behind The Bush (3:36)
  8. Because I Got It Like That (4:39)
  9. Braggin & Boastin (3:57)
  10. Sounds Of The Safari (2:57)
  11. Jimmy's Bonus Beat (1:14)
Review: This 1988 debut album from Jungle Brothers eschews the use of the sampler, choosing instead to lay down these fresh beats by recorders, all looped by hand, eight bars at a time. The record also features Q-Tip for the first time on the excellent "Black Is Black" which features one of the few samples on the album as the voice of Gil Scott-Heron is stitched into the rolling beats. Smash hip-house hit "I'll House You" was added to later versions of the album and is included here with other gems like "Braggin & Boastin" and "Behind the Bush".
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 in stock $18.22
Cat: MRBLP 194. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Keep It Movin (4:03)
  2. Wicked (feat Fliptrix) (3:57)
  3. Ikoja (feat Elde) (3:18)
  4. Huami (feat Terri Walker) (3:27)
  5. Sometimes (feat Ruby) (2:56)
  6. Wayside (3:34)
  7. Time Ticks (4:15)
  8. U&I (3:44)
  9. We On (feat Sampa The Great) (3:27)
  10. Custom Made (feat Ayo The Yung Afrika Pyoneer) (6:31)
Review: Jungle Brown's much anticipated second album is finally here, and packed with collaborations with exciting peers like Sampa The Great, Fliptrix and Terri Walker. The trio of Ric Flo, MAEAR & Tony Bones are in fine form with their ever soulful hip hop taking subtle hints from grime, house and trap. "Keep It Movin" and Huami" are for golden era fans, while "Sometimes" flips the script with a tight, bumping house beat and buttery raps. "Custom Made" is a rhythmically inventive, richly layered track and is one of many highlights on a standout album.
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Visions Of Us On The Land (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SC 335LP. Rel: 18 Mar 16
Indie
  1. November 20 (2:00)
  2. Mellow Blue Polka Dot (3:23)
  3. QACHINA (3:47)
  4. Lon Bella (3:19)
  5. Sam & Davy (3:28)
  6. Prisms (2:17)
  7. ONALASKA (3:33)
  8. TAQOMA (3:40)
  9. On The Land Blues (2:40)
  10. Walrus (3:11)
  11. Exit 353 (3:12)
  12. Cinco De Tomorrow (3:25)
  13. And Loraine (2:35)
  14. A.M AM (3:16)
  15. Queen Anne (2:20)
  16. Orphans In The Key Of E (3:03)
  17. Kola (2:34)
Review: Twelve albums in, the Seattle-based troubadour maintains that elusive spark of inspiration that separates him from a legion of other wistful artists striding the highways and byways of folk and indie-rock, yet this time he's had the good grace to travel still further out into the psychic wilderness. A sprawling 17-track opus, ''Visions Of Us On The Land' shows his virtuosity with not only West-Coast-tinged dreaminess but edgier psychedelic experimentation, yet all anchored by his mellifluous voice and elegant melodic sensibility. A soul-searching record lyrically and a risk-taking boundary-pusher sonically, this is the sound of Jurado taking risks, and he's never sounded better.
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Woman (gatefold 2xLP (side 4 etched) + CD)
Cat: 506042 1566214. Rel: 18 Nov 16
Electro House
  1. Safe & Sound (5:41)
  2. Pleasure (4:16)
  3. Alakazam! (5:11)
  4. Fire (5:33)
  5. Stop (4:57)
  6. Chorus (7:06)
  7. Randy (6:34)
  8. Heavy Metal (4:31)
  9. Love S.O.S (5:02)
  10. Close Call (5:07)
  11. Safe & Sound
  12. Pleasure
  13. Alakazam!
  14. Fire
  15. Stop
  16. Chorus
  17. Randy
  18. Heavy Metal
  19. Love S.O.S
  20. Close Call
Review: It's easy to forget that Justice were once one of dance music's most hyped acts, gracing magazine covers and gate-crashing the pop charts with a succession of crunchy, electro-house bombs. Times may have moved on, but the Parisian duo remain big news. Woman is their first studio album for five long years, and smartly moves between quirky, radio-friendly pop and thrusting club workouts. In the latter category you'll find the spiraling, low-slung, Italo-disco-with-balls of "Alakazam", the classic Ed Banger growl of "Chorus", and the vintage Daft Punk madness of "Heavy Metal". While these are impressive, it's actually the more downtempo songs - "Love S.O.S" and the dreamy "Close Call" included - that arguably stand out.
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BBE
Cat: BBE 448CLP. Rel: 23 Nov 18
Jazz
  1. Billy Bang's Survival Ensemble - "Illustration" (8:16)
  2. Michel Sardaby - "Martinica" (5:47)
  3. Kafe - "Fonetik A Velo" (10:04)
  4. Le Steel-Band De La Trinidad - "Calypso Jazz Improvisation" (5:07)
  5. The Theo Loevendie Consort - "Timbuktu" (4:46)
  6. The Jazz Committee For Latin American Affairs - "Ismaaa" (8:13)
  7. Armand Lemal - "Souffle" (part 2) (8:44)
  8. Masabimi Kikuchi - "Pumu #1" (6:04)
  9. Joe Malinga & Southern African Force - "ITwenty Five" (8:59)
Review: IF-Music record store chief Jean-Claude has quickly become one of BBE's go-to men when it comes to putting together compilations of obscure jazz gems. This nine-track selection of gems sourced from "the four corners of the globe" was curated in cahoots with fellow record dealer Victor Kiswell and follows hot on the heels of two volumes of the "A Journey Into Deep Jazz" series. There's much to admire, from the piano-powered springtime sweetness of Joe Malinga and Southern African Force's "ITwenty Five", the slowly building spiritual jazz-funk of Kafe's "Fonetik a Velo", to the bongo and organ-rich deepness of Armand Lemal's "Souffle" and the self-explanatory "Calypso Jazz Improvisation" by Le Steel-Band De La Trinidad.
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Cat: MARIONETTE 11. Rel: 17 Sep 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Sobaka (6:15)
  2. Sulla Pelle (8:52)
  3. Tre Port (3:52)
  4. Micro Tormento (10:23)
Review: "Sulla Pelle" marks the first collaborative release between London based Italian Valentina Magaletti and Swiss artist Julian Sartorius. Made using The Heliocentrics' 1970s BBC mixing desk, it is a meditation on rhythm, off grid grooves and stuttering percussive lines that will loosen every bone in your body. There is a delicacy and minimalism to the hypnotic ten minute opus "Micro Tormento", but "Tre Port" is a darker, more sparse affair with loose hits and tumbling drums. Opener "Sobaka" is the prickliest of the lot and the title track is the busiest and most restless, making for a fantastic trip over all.
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International Times (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: ERC 004. Rel: 08 Jan 18
Soul
  1. Stay Cool
  2. International Times
  3. We Bring Light
  4. Eagle On The Wing
  5. Go With The Flow
  6. For The Love Of Life
  7. More Love
  8. Inner Fire
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Arriving at their fourth release, Emotional Rescue's knowledge of forgotten musical gems and their commitment to give them the chance of wider appreciation they fully deserve cannot be in question! After digging out that Bob Chance classic, the focus switches to something of an equally balearic nature with the release of Jaki Whitren & John Cartwright's lost folk rock album International Times. Originally released as a private press on the obscure French label Living Records back in 1983, this eight track album is filled with dusty soul nuggets which are given extra life by the silky vocal stylings of Whitren - formerly a backing singer for Alan Parson. Opening track "Stay Cool" sounds quite ahead of it's time, whilst there are some true dancefloor gems for the more adventurous DJs out there, such as the title track and the laid back bump of "Go With The Flow."
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