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Singles
Echoes (limited 12")
Cat: NHS 325T. Rel: 18 Apr 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Apex - "Echoes" (5:16)
  2. Unknown Error - "The Yearning" (Super VIP mix) (9:24)
Review: It's been seven months now since the death of Rob Dickeson AKA Apex stunned the drum and bass community. "Echoes" is the last known track that Dickeson completed and is being released by Hospital Records in order to raise funds for Help Musicians UK's Music Minds Matter campaign. It's rather good, too, with poignant pianos, stirring strings and melancholic chords floating over a snappy, liquid funk beat. It's accompanied on the flipside by a fantastic, floor-friendly "Super VIP" mix of "Yearning", a soaring 2006 cut Dickeson produced alongside Jim Gash as Unknown Error. Top tracks and a worthy cause: this should be an essential purchase for D&B heads everywhere.
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The Floor Mixes (limited hand-numbered blue vinyl 12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: MW 065. Rel: 19 Dec 17
Techno
  1. Five Times Of Dust - "Computer Bank" (The Floor mix) (7:12)
  2. Five Times Of Dust - "Armoured Car" (6:57)
  3. Unovidual & Tara Cross - "Like I Am, Comme Je Suis" (The Floor mix) (7:11)
  4. Unovidual & Tara Cross - "Imponative" (3:28)
Review: Thanks to the eternally revered Minimal Wave imprint, out of NYC, Mark Phillips and Robert Lawrence's Five Times Of Dust project is going through a bit of a revival. The duo had first released some post-punk cassettes back in the 80s, and they clearly have not been forgotten. On this new remix EP, "Computer Bank" is given a makeover in the form of a The Floor remix, who proceeds to add all sorts of quirkiness over the tune's tough, heavy bass and driving rhythm; "Armoured Car" breaks the 4/4 in favour of something much closer to the band's original drum machine style. Once again, on the flip, we have a remix of "Like I Am, Comme Je Suis" by The Floor, who throws up a gnarly electro bass onto shady, neo-romantic vocals, and the whole things is finished off by "Imponative" from Unovodual and Tara Cross, who produce a slow, heady industrial groove for the dancefloor.
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Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan, Dj soFa
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Adapting (limited hand-numbered 12")
Cat: KIMOCHI 14. Rel: 03 Feb 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Lollipop Robot (4:01)
  2. Containereport (3:45)
  3. Adapter (1:58)
  4. Cooperation (3:55)
  5. After The Cremation (Area Green Green Grass version) (4:23)
  6. Pankow (SW Electrofunk mix) (5:36)
  7. Steamed Up Window (Skookum Reminiscence) (4:06)
Review: Mystery production unit UD returns to Kimochi, one of the more overlooked imprints of the last few years, with four new cuts and a rather fine selection of remixers to boot! The mood is pensive and the sounds are atmospheric throughout, where tracks like "Lollipop Robot" or "Adapter" stand somewhere between ambient and electro-acoustic. The remixes give the tracks slightly more dancefloor weight, and both Area Green Grass and label regular Skookum contribute with a set of pretty killer reinterpretations a-la outsider house, but the silent killer is most certainly SW's remix of "Pankow". The SUED records co-owner fixes up a wonderfully bizarre concoction of sounds and shapes, moulding them into a dubby, sparse and cinematic twister. Another fine slice of Kimochi, beautiful artwork and all.
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Adapted EP (hand-numbered 12" in screen-printed sleeve limited to 200 copies)
Cat: KIMONCHI 15. Rel: 30 Apr 15
Ambient/Drone
  1. Muy Casera (4:03)
  2. Meticulous (2:45)
  3. After The Cremation (3:17)
  4. Pankow (3:55)
  5. NFL CC DUB (Mix Mup 12" bonus version) (6:37)
  6. Dewy (SW version) (7:03)
Review: The Kimochi label has been steadily releasing quality output over the last four years and they've been responsible for introducing us to a pool of new talent from the ambient corners. This latest beautifully presented 12" comes in their usual house style and comes from UD, an unknown artist who has already released one EP for the label last year. "Muy Casera" starts things off with colourful minimalism thanks to its glitchy sonics, while "Meticulous" breaks the groove and takes the beeps to an irregular tempo. "After The Cremation" is looser and more heavily focussed on cinematic pads, whereas "Pankow" takes subtle bursts of noise and places them above grey-scaled low frequencies. There's some special appearances on the B-side in the form of two remixes by Leipzig's Mix Mup and Sued's SW: the former gives his own version of "NFL CC DUB", a slow and chuggy beat burning below mild pads, whereas the latter interpretation of "Dewy" contains that classic SUED sound, a bag of rickety percussion and rich soundscapes. Don't miss it, gone before you know it.
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Split 12" EP (12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: GOOILAND 39. Rel: 22 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Unhuman - "Faces Of Death" (5:54)
  2. Unhuman - "Seven Days" (4:07)
  3. Roberto Auser - "Avalon" (5:13)
  4. Roberto Auser - "Unexplained" (4:55)
Review: Pitch black antics by Greek industrial noise terror (and Liber Null main man) Unhuman, alongside Dutch modular maniac Derk Reneman aka Roberto Auser for this collaboration between imprints Gooiland Elektro and Enfant Terrible out of Holland. Unhuman (Emmanouil Simotas) takes care of the A side of the release, immediately treading the left hand path on the slow burning acid sludge of "Faces Of Death", followed by the seething EBM reduction of "Seven Days". On the flip, Auser lunges straight for the jugular on the brooding and contorted techno experiment that is "Avalon", followed by the pummelling four to the floor grindcore of "Unexplained".
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Álbumes
Montage Images Of Lust & Fear (heavyweight coloured vinyl LP + insert + MP3 download code in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: FC 109V12. Rel: 29 Mar 19
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. Sins (4:15)
  2. Last Exit To Nowhere (3:55)
  3. The Death Of The Author (6:25)
  4. This Is But A Dream (3:18)
  5. Too Innocent To Be True (4:27)
  6. Blind (6:52)
  7. Blind II (3:52)
  8. I Can't Resist (4:48)
  9. This Anaesthetised (5:55)
Review: Smokey, heavy, whiskey-soaked and dramatic, Manchester's The Underground Youth provide us with a new album following the two they dropped in 2017. There's something incredibly UK about the band and their sound, which comes with a touch of Madchester about them too for good measure. Album opener "Sins" is about as drastic as anything Nick Cave could come up with, while there's echoes of Joy Division in Craig Dyer's voice throughout, while simultaneously there's something undeniably post-punk about the band's radical production. Edgy, raw and stone-faced yet full of flavour and deep seated in the malaise of melancholic shoegaze, this album title sets it all up really: Montage Images Of Lust & Fear.
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Cat: UWR 00062. Rel: 18 Mar 16
Funky/Club House
  1. I Exhale (8:11)
  2. If Rah (7:13)
  3. Low Burn (6:44)
  4. Santiago Cuatro (3:55)
  5. Motorhome (6:21)
  6. Ova Nova (5:31)
  7. Nylon Strung (6:37)
Review: Once Underworld dealt exclusively in the sweaty intensity of rave culture. These days, they're older, mellower and, presumably, wiser, and their music tends to reflect this. Certainly, Barbara Barbara, We Face A Shining Future is an altogether deeper, groovier and more atmospheric set than their shouty 1990s fare, with genuine moments of heartfelt melancholy ("Motorhome") and Balearic bliss (the Arabic influences and Flamenco guitars of "Santiago Cuatro") amongst the tactile deep house, and woozy European tech-house grooves. Interestingly, there's no standout "anthem" - something at which they've always excelled - and instead a lot of melodious introspection.
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Unknown Mortal Orchestra (reissue) (LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: FP 12501. Rel: 11 Sep 18
Indie
  1. Ffunny Ffrends (4:09)
  2. Bicycle (4:36)
  3. Thought Ballune (4:00)
  4. Jello & Juggernauts (3:24)
  5. How Can You Luv Me (3:27)
  6. Nerve Damage! (2:15)
  7. Little Blu House (3:01)
  8. Strangers Are Strange (2:25)
  9. Boy Witch (2:24)
Review: Time for a re-up on Unknown Mortal Orchestra's everlasting, debut, self-titled album from 2011. It's clear from the get-go that UMO were, and are, full of musical influences and dialogue. Take "Ffunny Ffrends", a wonderfully lanky charm of an opener that moves into the jangley, surfy, guitar rock and subtle stomp boxing of "Bicycle", to, furthermore, the lazy funk of "Thought Ballune" and ever-freshness of "How Can You Luv Me". The album comes from a time when indie music was arguably at its most popular peak, and while many groups and their sound from this period have persevered, or gone by the wayside, there's something in the timbre of Unknown Mortal Orchestra's music that's here to stay, as playful and avant as it is.
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IC 01 Hanoi (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: JAG 330LP. Rel: 26 Oct 18
Indie
  1. Hanoi 1 (1:22)
  2. Hanoi 2 (5:09)
  3. Hanoi 3 (2:23)
  4. Hanoi 4 (3:49)
  5. Hanoi 5 (2:30)
  6. Hanoi 6 (9:45)
  7. Hanoi 7 (3:13)
Review: Unknown Mortal Orchestra deliver a second album for 2018 and this instrumental missive as the title suggests, was recorded in Hanoi, Vietnam, with the help of local musician and percussion aide Minh Nguyen, who added some traditional instrumentalism and flair to the album's seven tracks. It follows this year's Sex & Food LP, with the New Zealand psych rock group taking this extension of the LP that extra-step by adding a class of exotica to their radical sound. From grungy Dirty Beaches-like tracks to fourth world experimentalism in the vein of Jon Hassell, there's a profound world of sound to be further discovered here.
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4AD
Cat: 4AD 0046LP. Rel: 16 Feb 18
Indie
  1. Velvet 4 Sale (3:42)
  2. Rage Of Plastics (4:27)
  3. MAH (2:53)
  4. Why Do I Lose My Mind When I Have Something To Say? (3:37)
  5. Rosebud (3:12)
  6. Incidental Boogie (1:30)
  7. L-Over (4:07)
  8. Pearly Gates (4:01)
  9. Poem (3:33)
  10. Traviata (3:25)
  11. Time (4:34)
Review: Through her 'U.S. Girls' project, Toronto-based Meg Remy has released a consistently high quality run of albums that explore issues of femininity with a shaded and angular avant-pop sound. New record 'In A Poem Unlimited' sees Remy continue to explore identity politics, but in a comparatively warmer and more free sound as she collaborates with improvisational group The Cosmic Range. Structurally, the album enjoys an unpredictability of form that sprawls across skulking grunge, found sounds, crunching horn-sections and synth-driven industrial disco. Highlight track 'Incidental Boogie' exemplifies this binding of elements; the contrast of stomping, distorted with Remy's breathy and swaggering vocals is an intoxicating one. The breadth of Remy's palette makes this album an exhilarating listen, and - both as a vocalist and writer - Remy shines as an arresting and formidable talent.
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Cat: PMG 014CD. Rel: 28 Jul 16
International
  1. African Woman
  2. Kam Fat Owo (Mbata)
  3. What's The Woman To Do
  4. Tell Me Now
  5. Sweet Elijah
  6. Spread More Love
  7. Our Generation (Ode To Our Nation)
  8. Tenkim Kpoho
Review: Since its' release in 1978 on Nigeria's Clover Sound, Mary Afi Usuah's African Woman has been widely regarded as one of the strongest Afro-soul albums of the period. Interestingly, the sound showcased on the set - which here gets a first ever release on CD - draws on South African and American influences as much as Nigerian ones. This is particularly evident on the urgent Afro-funk of "What's The Woman To Do", the brilliant title track, and the low-slung, Meters-ish swing of "Tenkim Kpoho". One of the most impressive aspects of the album is its' mixture of floor-slayers and slower groovers, with the reggae-influenced "Our Generation (Ode To Our Nation)" also impressing.
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