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Baby I Got It (reissue)
Baby I Got It (reissue) (clear vinyl 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: HOTC 011CLEAR. Rel: 05 May 21
  1. Baby I Got It (5:58)
  2. Something Special (4:46)
  3. Baby I Got It (Richy Ahmed remix) (9:16)
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The Negative Positive
The Negative Positive (LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: BLACKLP 007. Rel: 29 Apr 21
  1. Stained With The Tears On Their Faces (3:27)
  2. Is It The Whole Truth (2:31)
  3. This Is Message To You (feat Nadine Charles) (4:01)
  4. The Negative Positive (3:17)
  5. What's Good For You (feat Obebewa) (3:27)
  6. Recovered Memories (feat Samii) (3:05)
  7. She Is Virgo (2:28)
  8. What's An Inferiority Complex (4:15)
  9. The Disclaimer (2:04)
Review: Over his long and illustrious career, Dennis 'Dego' McFarlane has made music in many complimentary styles, but it's been broken beat with which he's been associated with for the least two decades. Alongside his friend and regular studio partner Kaidi Tatham, he's developed a particular strain of "bruk" that incorporates elements of jazz, electrofunk, soul, boogie, jazz-funk and, more occasionally, hip-hop. It's this fluid, attractive, synth-heavy sound that's at the heart of The Negative Positive, his first solo full-length for two years. It's as well-made, soulful, slick and musically rich as you'd expect, with a series of stellar vocal numbers joining a swathe of similarly impressive instrumentals.
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Slippers All Summer EP
Slippers All Summer EP (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: LCS 011. Rel: 05 May 21
  1. Slippers All Summer (6:28)
  2. Fascinating (6:14)
  3. Jaffa (6:57)
  4. More Than Micro (5:55)
Review: In case you need bringing pop to speed, Locus is a brand new record label from the same vital team behind FUSE London. The sounds are a little quicker than those on the main label, with a future feel, electronic funk and cool to spare. Josh Baker takes the reins this time with the glossy vocal tech of 'Slippers All Summer' complete with nice cosmic pads. 'Fascinating' is a more jittery groove that tease and please with razor sharp hi hats and daubs of synth, then 'Jaffa' picks up the pace with acid bass, rave whistles and scintillating drum work. 'More Than Micro' closes on a nice heads down deep house vibe for the calming and late night hours.
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Vol 2
Vol 2 (12")
Cat: DSO 002. Rel: 05 May 21
  1. Baggage (5:32)
  2. Involved (5:34)
Review: We know nothing about DSO, but we do know that this is another syrupy serving of pop, deep house and soul that is pure dance floor bait. The first sure fire party starter is 'Baggage' with its gorgeous r&b vocal sample, airy and soulful house grooves and jazzy neo soul piano work. It's a real heart melter to spread love and joy, then things get more funky on the flip. The catchy 'Involved' has a male R&B vocal this time, with more slinky house beats and natty little chord riffs that permeate deep in your soul. If you can't cut loose to this one, you're dead inside.
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Intérprete: Osmose
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EEE 010
EEE 010 (hand-stamped 1-sided 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: EEE 010. Rel: 07 Apr 21
  1. Track 1 (6:39)
Review: Admittedly, we are always a bit excited when more cheeky bootleg remix action from East End Edits come in. Following up the groovy yet tough rolling tech house of EEE09 and its jazzy flourishes, the subsequent release is an edit of 'Fever' by Peggy Lee, and it's a pretty good one if we do say so ourselves. Deep, sensual and mysterious mood music that's perfect for the warm-up slot, it features a lurking Reese bassline beneath clipped rhythms to support the sensual vocal of the original, not to mention its sombre clarinet solo. Class!
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Intérprete: Eddie C
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Without You
  1. East Coast Affair - "Without You" (feat Avelino Pitts & L Ross) (7:04)
  2. Mary Love' Comer - "Come Out Of The Sandbox" (East Coast Love Affair mix) (6:43)
Review: Having recently made their debut via a fine lovers' rock cover of Eddie Kendricks classic 'Date With The Rain', East Coast Love Affair (AKA "the Athens of the North house band", according to member and label founder Euan Fryer) return with something rather different. 'Without You' is a deliciously dreamy, effortlessly soulful vocal deep house number that's as immersive, warm and comforting as a loved-up hug from that special person in your life. It sounds like it could have been made in NYC or NJ in the very late 1980s, but that's no bad thing. Over on the flip Fryer and his collaborators provide an authentic, boogie era-style extended remix of Mary Love Comer's 'Come Out of The Sandbox', giving it a reverential but far more DJ-friendly twist.
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Cat: SMALLHOURS 004. Rel: 06 May 21
  1. Liquid Earth - "Dog Brain" (5:24)
  2. Youandewan - "Aquapath" (6:26)
  3. Andy Hart - "155" (6:07)
  4. Mculo - "The Wrench" (6:01)
Review: Berlin based brit Youandewan's Small Hours returns with more classy house and tech sounds for exactly that time of the night. The boss himself offers the trippy melodic patterns of 'Aquapath' which rides on icy shining hi hats and old school baseline while 'Dog Brain' from Liquid Earth is a more scintillating tech-edged cut which hurries through raw percussion. Andy Hart's '155' pairs lovely skipping kicks with bright synth puddles and last of all Mculo layers up neon synth sequences with jittery claps and hits to make for a compelling bit of future funk. These always sell out in quick time, so do not sleep here.
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Dub Rockas EP
Cat: PSM 016. Rel: 06 May 21
  1. Dub Rockas (6:00)
  2. Euston Street (6:36)
  3. Cultured Roots (8:52)
Review: Deep house favourite Trinidadian Deep can do no wrong when it comes to masterfully atmospheric and absorbing house for mind, body and spirit. This latest for Phuture Shock Musik is another gem that opens with 'Dub Rockas,' a meandering groove with spiritual synths, afro percussive patterns and layer upon layer of rich detail. 'Euston Street' is a little more driving and upbeat but no less charismatic, then closer 'Cultured Roots' lays back into a wide open and soulful groove, with astral pads and dreamy vocals whispers that make for a superb to the heavens.
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Rare Forever
Rare Forever (LP + booklet + MP3 download code in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: ZEN 272. Rel: 30 Apr 21
  1. Ecce! Ego! (3:35)
  2. In Pin (0:57)
  3. Mothra (5:35)
  4. Alichea Vella Amor (3:44)
  5. Snakeskin Has-Been (4:29)
  6. Worm (& Closer & Closer) (2:16)
  7. An Exhale (4:27)
  8. Dumbo (5:09)
  9. Farewell! Magnus Gabbro (4:33)
  10. All I See Is You, Velvet Brown (2:38)
Review: Leon Vynehall long again made the transition from decent tune maker to revered and unpredictable electronic artist. Now he proves why he holds that status one again with a follow up to his critically acclaimed debut long player Nothing Is Still. This time out he distils everything he has done so far in to a record with few comparisons. It is ready for dance floor deployment but never just functional. There are cavernous ambient pieces next to grainy, heavy, dubby rhythms with grand but lo-fi synth architecture as well as moments of intriguing experimentalism.
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Intérprete: PBR Streetgang
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Into The Future EP
Cat: SAIS 001. Rel: 30 Apr 21
  1. Into The Future (4:59)
  2. Acid Water (6:20)
  3. Eclipse (live mix - extended re-edit) (6:10)
  4. The Globe (7:14)
Junki Inoue is a renowned crate digger and DJ with fantastic taste as well as technical skills to pull off plenty of magic in the club. Now the Japanese artist branches out with his own new label Saisei, which translates from Japanese to mean 'reproduction' and 'to play'. The first missive comes from Dat Planet and Wah Wah Fuzzmaster aka Kino-Moderno and they cook up plenty of futuristic suds that exist in a world where house, techno and ambient meet. 'Acid Water' is all tripped out electronics and falling melodic rain with a busy 303, 'Eclipse' pairs a jittery groove with crunchy perc and things take a turn into long legged downtempo grooves on closer 'The Globe.'
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Intérprete: Thomas Roland, Sam Bangura
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Cat: GETTRAUM 008. Rel: 30 Apr 21
  1. Express (6:47)
  2. Engage (6:47)
  3. Quanta (8:52)
Review: Gettraum's eighth outing is another high class voyage into sleek and seductive tech house. The ever prolific label boss Romain Reynaud AKA Traumer is once again the man in charge of the music and as always he manages to mine new ground. 'Express' opens with powerful tech house funk that is carefully detailed with breathy female vices so as not to get too abstract. 'Engage' is similar but a little more dark and likely to get those teeth gritted. Last of all, 'Quanta' explores headier sounds, with zoned out grooves and nice watery pads floating up top. These always sell out, so don't hang about.
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Landscapes EP
Landscapes EP (limited 12")
Cat: RCT 006. Rel: 07 May 21
  1. Landscape Of Nowhere (8:10)
  2. Cross Section (6:55)
  3. Space Space Time Zero (8:48)
Review: r.hitect takes care of the sixth release on his own label of the same name here. It comes after he has established himself since 2018 as the latest in a long line of Romanian minimal stars. 'Landscape Of Nowhere' opens up on a rolling beat, with deft hi hats peppering the groove metallic synths layered in for a sense of cosmic warmth. 'Cross Section' allows a similar path of well designed functionality but with a little more skip in the beats and hope in the pads. 'Space Space Time Zero' close put with a third bit of expertly reduced tech house goodness.
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Inside My Head
Inside My Head (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: CRM 211CLEAR. Rel: 05 May 21
  1. Inside My Head (7:51)
  2. Behind The Curtain (6:54)
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Dogwood (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CB 020. Rel: 04 May 21
  1. Dogwood (7:18)
  2. Laurel (5:35)
  3. Willow (6:31)
  4. Whitebeam (7:36)
Review: Constant Sound's vital Constant Black offshoot welcomes Nike Maxen for a fine debut that comes after the artist has impressed already in 2020 with EPs on Mellow, Talman and Honne Music. The sounds on offer are classy and heady, with opener 'Dogwood' pairing dreamy pads and sparse percussion with a nice rolling and dubby beat. 'Laurel' picks up the pace but remains supremely smooth, and 'Willow' again gets you even more upright with its punchy kicks, but the languid pads keep things deep. Closer 'Whitebeam' is an icy cool tech house number with heady loops and superb bass warmth. This is another functional but characterful offering from this label.
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We Belong Together
  1. We Belong Together (Monday Night vocal dub) (5:18)
  2. We Belong Together (Monday Night instrumental) (5:19)
  3. We Belong Together (Maurice Fulton remix) (7:19)
  4. We Belong Together (main mix) (6:13)
Review: Byron Stingil will always be one of the true and authentic original voices of house music. Still, a new tune from the man is always going to get us excited and so it is here. "We Belong Together' is another epic deliver from the man, who empties his lungs, serves up irresistible soul and does it over a house beat embellished with heartwarming horn and piano stabs. There are three different versions that vary slightly for different settings, but also a standout remix from Maurice Fulton. The Sheffield based US house don keeps it smooth, with colourful marimbas, a garage-flecked groove and steamy vocals.
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God Made Me Phunky (remixes)
Cat: DFTD 192R. Rel: 23 Apr 21
  1. God Made Me Phunky (10 Years Of Eats Everything remix) (6:41)
  2. God Made Me Phunky (HCCR remix) (7:45)
  3. God Made Me Phunky (6:15)
  4. God Made Me Phunky (The Vision remix) (8:07)
Review: Mike Dunn is a real house music badass. He makes his beats from a rich array of samples and always taps out the killer drum patterns live. His most celebrated cut is 'God Made Me Phunky' - an evergreen, crowd pleasing favourite even after all the years. The jacked up yet silky original i included here with live-sounding remake from The Vision next to a remix from HCCR that has chords straight off 'Don't Make Me Wait,' an old school Chicago classic. The 10 Years Of Eats Everything remix is the most subtle, tweaking the drums to bring them up to date and layering in a funky bassline.
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Raw Tones (Pandemic Blues)
Raw Tones (Pandemic Blues) (limited random coloured vinyl 10" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: SRM 103. Rel: 23 Apr 21
  1. Lock Down - Isolation Day One (3:53)
  2. Hallucinations Ejaculations (3:44)
  3. You Mutha Fuka (3:21)
  4. Way Back Then (8:22)
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ENDZ 044
ENDZ 044 (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 044. Rel: 27 Apr 21
  1. Grindin (6:33)
  2. Basic Instinct (6:04)
  3. Tempo Tap (7:28)
Review: Sidney Charles is someone who always brings a chunky sense of bass to his rock solid house grooves. This time out her gets a bit more silky and heady for the reliable Eastenderz label. 'Grindin' has a lush old school bassline with balmy pads to make for some nice spaced out funk. 'Basic Instinct' then gets more bubbly and minimal, with shuffling drums and synth weaving around each other to irresistible effect. 'Tempo Tap' rounds out with a toe tapping house rhythm that is upbeat, airy and designed to make floors cruise through the night.
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Apollo 21
Apollo 21 (12")
Cat: INT 047. Rel: 06 May 21
  1. Apollo 21 (6:56)
  2. Brownsfield (5:52)
  3. Tempest (7:35)
  4. Never Odd Or Even (6:01)
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No Distance
No Distance (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: RMS 001CLEAR. Rel: 05 May 21
  1. No Distance (7:59)
  2. No Distance (Lake People remix) (7:44)
Review: Rumors chief Guy Gerber teams up with Innervisions co-head Dixon for the life-affirming dancefloor drama of 'No Distance' with its Afro and futurist deep house elements creating for an altogether epic experience that you'll be sure to encounter in a club this year - if they ever reopen. On the flip, Leipzig's Martin Enke, better known for his work as Llewellyn on local label Riotvan, serves up a dreamy rendition under his alias Lake People. This version of the track is so immersive and complex, it will draw you deep into the ether.
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Back In Black
Back In Black (1-sided 12")
Cat: ASC X. Rel: 05 May 21
  1. Back In Black (7:28)
Review: Master minimalist Thomas Melcior is back with a new release on his Aspect Music imprint under the alias Back In Black. Although this is only a single sided release, there's all you need right here. The eponymous release features all the hallmarks of Melchior's singular sound: from its rich tapestry of ethereal - almost arcane- tapestry of elements reaching near spiritual moments, underpinned by meditative and clipped rhythm programming. Be prepared for yet another altogether magickal experience from the legend.
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Essence Of A Dream (remastered)
Cat: DE 281. Rel: 16 Apr 21
  1. Essence Of A Dream (6:44)
  2. Risque Madness (5:14)
Review: Dark Entries is again presenting an essential classic: the Chicago house anthem Essence of a Dream, by Risque III. K'Alexi Shelby's illustrious career has included releases on legendary labels such as Trax, DJ International, and Transmat, as well as collaborations with high profile artists such as Marshall Jefferson and Pet Shop Boys. But his musical journey began at the young age of 12, when he befriended Ron Hardy and Frankie Knuckles while frequenting the Music Box and Warehouse. In high school, he began to write songs and hone his poetic craft. "I recognized I had a gift to say what I was thinking. I would study Prince and Marvin Gaye, figure out what they meant and put my spin on it. The power of the word. I was writing love notes for all my boys in high school and making a killing. I would know what to say and what they should do." In 1987, Shelby's first solo release, Risque III's "Essence of a Dream" b/w "Risque Madness," was to be cemented in Chicago dance history. He was accompanied in the studio by his cousin and production mentor, Mr. Lee. The track's effortlessly propulsive house rhythms (courtesy of the Roland TR-727, TR-707, and TR-909), salsa-inflected bassline, and oneiric strings fuse magnificently with K'Alexi's steamy, Prince-esque verse. Due to tight studio schedule times, his vocals were almost omitted. Says Shelby: "The session was coming to an end and I said I wanted to put the vocals on there. They said, 'We got no time unless you can get your vocals right in one take'. I said, 'Let it rip' and went into the vocal booth...they just stood there with their mouths open. The look on their faces was priceless." The B-side's "Risque Madness" is a tribute to Ron Hardy, DJ at the Music Box and one of K'Alexi's formative influences. The track opens with Shelby's processed voice announcing "I'd like to talk to you about escape. Let me take you away, away to a place where rhythm is life, and life is a never ending sound." This introduction captures how he felt dancing to disco every week at the Music Box. Hardy was known for playing an edit of Kikrokos' "Life is a Jungle," in which he looped the track's lysergic breakdown. Shelby utilizes the same delirious loop but builds upon it with additional percussion, melodies, samples from Hardy favorite "Let No Man Put Asunder" by First Choice, and manipulated vocals taken from The Madam's "The Sensuous Black Woman", a recording used often in early Chicago house DJ sets and recordings. Both sides of this record perfectly reflect the spirit of Chicago house music. Essence of a Dream has been remastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios. The sleeve was designed by Eloise Leigh, and features a never-before-seen photo of a teenage Shelby taken at his high school, with a bold font evoking 80's house music covers. Also included is a postcard with lyrics, an additional photo from the same session as the cover artwork, and liner notes from Shelby.
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Just EP
Just EP (12")
Cat: AUS 1580. Rel: 10 Jun 15
  1. Just (6:13)
  2. Celeste (6:01)
  3. Back 2 U (Tranz dub) (7:45)
Review: Belfast pair Bicep are smart operators. Having previously doffed a cap to both Italian house and classic New Jersey garage, recent releases have seen them play around with a variety of rhythmic patterns and more advanced musical elements. They're at it again here on their latest outing for Aus. Opener "Just" is pleasingly cheery, with simple but addictive electronic melodies and sweeping chords nestling above a head-nodding, hip-hop influenced groove. "Celeste" is undeniably Balearic, with sun-kissed pianos, dreamy pads and drifting vocal samples stretching out over delay-laden, African-influenced percussion. Finally, they return to their rush-inducing best on "Back 2 U (Tranz Dub)", a loving fusion of vintage progressive house builds, winding melodies and mid '90s beats.
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Dancing In Your Room
Cat: NM 028. Rel: 06 May 21
  1. TSTosteron (10:31)
  2. The Shaman Song (7:41)
  3. Clean Money (8:07)
  4. Metatronix (8:09)
  5. Chibrit Factory (7:10)
  6. To The Beach (7:57)
  7. G0 Space (6:50)
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Easy Tiger EP
Easy Tiger EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: UFOS 002. Rel: 04 May 21
  1. Easy Tiger (7:12)
  2. Hard City (7:10)
  3. Outerwears (6:53)
  4. Give The Drummer Some (6:16)
Review: UFO Series welcome the bubbly hi-tech soul of Seafoam into the mix. Brian Cavender's premier project was active some 20 years ago on the likes of Guidance and Straylight, plying a line in tech house that favoured dubby moods and inquisitive experimentation - the kind of thing DJs like Nicolas Lutz have made theur name unearthing. That vibe maintains in fine style on this stellar 12", 'Easy Tiger' gently skips its way through a thicket of gloopy analogue synth lines, while 'Hard City' shuffles into a perfectly smudged out dub house headspace. 'Outerwears' creates a subtly kinked groove to carry plush soulful keys, and 'Give The Drummer Some' rides a slender break through a misty lake of pads n' chords for the dreamier end of the dance.
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TDRLTD 002 (limited numbered 12" + insert + stickers + pin)
Cat: TDRLTD 002. Rel: 07 May 21
  1. Paul Johnson - "She Got On Me" (10:51)
  2. Soul Central - "All This Love" (8:15)
  3. Dominic Balchin - "Touch Of Jazz" (6:02)
Review: To our ears, Tropical Disco's recently launched TDR LTD sub-label has much more potential than its' parent, primarily because it focuses on original productions rather than housed-up re-edits. There's certainly plenty to set the pulse racing on the imprint's second release, starting with a new airing of Paul Johnson's 2004 cut 'She Got Me On', a cheery chunk of bouncy, sun-kissed house blessed with distinctively sparkling guitar sounds and a trademark lead vocal from the Chicago house veteran. Over on the flip, British scene stalwarts Soul Central (they of the much-loved 'Strings of Life' cover fame) deliver some beefy, Glitterbox style disco-house cheeriness, before rising star Dominic Balchin closes out the EP via accurately titled jazz-funk-goes-house number 'A Touch of Jazz'.
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AESTHETIC 13 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AESTHETIC 13. Rel: 04 May 21
  1. Dudley Strangeways - "Mutual Core" (7:37)
  2. Loht Vostok - "La Luz" (7:25)
  3. TIJN - "Amorpheus" (7:09)
  4. Jean Bressan - "Apartment 303" (7:16)
Review: Aesthetic Audio are back with another grip of sleek and refined tech house rollers to keep you bumping from dusk 'till dawn. First up, Dudley Strangeways lays down a smooth blend of cosy organ tones and crisp, shuffling drums that lend themselves to the warm-up as much as the after-hours. Loht Vostok's 'La Luz' has a tighter uptempo flavour, but it's still resolutely deep. TIJN takes things in a mellow, introspective direction without slouching on the groove, and Jean Bressan taps into a playful, artfully sculpted vibe with plenty of funk. If you're looking for something sophisticated to slip into a long and winding session, this record will have you covered four times over.
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Intérprete: TIJN
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Cat: MOUNTAIN 017. Rel: 29 Apr 21
  1. Mountain 017 1 (6:32)
  2. Mountain 017 2 (8:53)
Review: Andre Schmid (aka Rozzo) and Philippe Egger (aka Serafin) have been reaching many a deep house summit as The Mountain People ever since 2006. What they do isn't game changing, but it is s excellent executed that it always proves irresistible to both DJs and dancers. This latest EP is a case in point: 'Mountain 017 1' is simple but effective European deep house. The baseline is warm and rich, the drums have enough funk to them to draw you in each and every time. 'Mountain 017 2' strikes a perfect balance between tension and release, trapping you in unresolved lops then teasing with a hint or warm pad or hooky little hit. Gorgeous.
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GRANT 006 (12" reeditado)
Cat: GRANT 006. Rel: 01 May 21
  1. KC106 (8:23)
  2. Stellis (7:09)
  3. Rising (6:17)
  4. Viewpoint (9:09)
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Perdon: The Louie Vega Remixes (repress)
Perdon: The Louie Vega Remixes (repress) (limited clear marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: LIR 002CLEAR. Rel: 04 May 21
  1. Perdon (7:02)
  2. Perdon (Louie Vega remix) (7:26)
  3. Perdon (Expansions NYC dub) (7:42)
  4. Perdon (Louie Vega instrumental remix) (7:26)
Review: . NYC outfit Conclave are an interesting proposition. Described as "live musical assembly of rotating musicians headed by multi-instrumentalist Cesar Toribio", the outfit makes music rooted by all aspects of Afro-Latin and Afro-Caribbean musical culture. Their second single, Perdon, offers a taste of their forthcoming debut album. The track itself is a bouncy, floor-friendly jazz-funk treat full of intricate instrument solos and spacey synth sounds, but if anything, the accompanying Louie Vega remixes are even better. The Masters At Work Man first transforms the track into an authentic Latin house shuffler (the 'Louie Vega Remix'), before taking a deeper and more driving direction on the more electronic Expansions NYC Dub. Rounding things off is a tidy instrumental version of Vega's main mix.
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Intérprete: Stephane Attias
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Ahora Todo Va
Cat: CRM 252. Rel: 28 Apr 21
  1. Ahora Todo Va (7:36)
  2. Ahora Todo Va (Gorgon City remix) (7:44)
Review: Dennis Cruz and Josh Butler are two of modern house music's most hit making artists. Their contemporary European sound now takes them to Crosstown Rebels for 'Ahora Todo Va,' a festival-ready anthem if ever we heard one. It has a summery, tribal, percussive sound that makes sense outdoors under the sun, with Latin vocals and a shuffling beat that is easy to lock into. Gorgon City remix it into a more twisted and tense tune that builds the energy levels through big synths and epic breakdowns. Both are likely to be all over the place as soon as dance music is unleashed in June.
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Intérprete: PBR Streetgang
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Get There In The End
Cat: PIV 036. Rel: 05 May 21
  1. Get There In The End (7:13)
  2. The Party Has Just Begun (6:39)
  3. MFPLS (6:43)
  4. Spinning Wheel (6:31)
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Atmosphere EP (reissue)
Atmosphere EP (reissue) (yellow vinyl 12" reeditado)
Cat: SHL 1004YELLOW. Rel: 28 Apr 21
  1. Climax 1 (6:16)
  2. Climax 2 (6:19)
  3. Track 1 (6:57)
  4. Track 2 (5:52)
Review: Kerri Chandler has made a lot of terrific records over the years, but few are better than 1993's "Atmosphere EP", which in our opinion contains some of the most on-point "garage-house" (as it would have been called then) ever made. This yellow vinyl reissue proves our point: you'll struggle to find a more infectious fusion of New Jersey organ stabs, sparkling piano riffs and bumpin' club grooves than "Climax 1", or the tougher dub mix "Climax 2" for that matter (a revision made all the more alluring by Chandler's use of heady African vocal samples). The goodness continues on the flip, where the jazzy and immersive deep house warmth of "Track 1" is quickly followed by the Larry Heard-inspired brilliance of "Track 2" - a kind of tribute to "Can You Feel It" that features some dizzying piano solos from the hugely talented Chandler. In a word: essential.
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Intérprete: Mike Misiu, Paul Starey
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Went Too Far
Went Too Far (140 gram vinyl 12" reeditado)
Cat: PILOT 01. Rel: 16 Apr 21
  1. Went Too Far (6:02)
  2. Get Into It (5:05)
  3. Selectoor (5:21)
  4. Illumination (6:02)
Review: Cologne's Johannes Kolter made his name as DJOKO, but his most recent outing under that alias for Talman Records also included a pair of tracks credited to Kolter. It's that artistic alias he's chosen to use on this single, which introduces the world to debutant imprint PILOT. It's an EP that's well worth checking out, not least for deliciously bass-heavy opener 'Went Too Far', a weighty, stab-happy and sample-heavy affair that recalls the occasional electro tracks made by early blepe & bass and hardcore producers. Garage-influenced breakbeat workout 'Get Into It' is another funk-fuelled treat, while jungle-influenced breaks shuffler 'Selectoor'[sic] is a bass-heavy beast. The German successfully rounds off a fine EP via 'Illumination', which reminded us a little of Orbital's most melodious early moments.
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V3: Feeling Love
V3: Feeling Love (maroon marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: OA 03. Rel: 06 May 21
  1. Big Foot - "Watch Your Step" (10:31)
  2. Sehrazat - "Sevemedim Karagozlum" (4:53)
  3. Leb Harmony - "Feeling Love" (8:39)
  4. Jean Musy - "Danse Dans Le Cabaret" (4:27)
Review: After two sold out first volumes, Obscure & Obsolete are back with a third instalment in their new series. It might have been a while year since the last outing but the wait was worth it as these latest edits are on fire once again. Big Foot's 'Watch Your Step' is a funky disco gem with live drumming and loose perc, then Sehrazat goes for a tighter arrangement that reaches to the stars with its big synth work. The flip-side offers steamy, loved up and intense tackle from Leb Harmony, and there is still time for the jazz licks and clipped disco funk of Jean Musy's 'Danse Dans Le Cabaret.'

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Free At Last
Cat: TOOL 982. Rel: 05 May 21
  1. Free At Last (extended mix) (6:45)
  2. Free At Last (Martin Ikin remix) (5:49)
 in stock $12.67
Psyche (remastered)
Cat: MC 048. Rel: 29 Apr 21
  1. Psyche (5:20)
  2. Haze (7:45)
  3. Dog Food (5:20)
  4. Psyche (alternate mix) (6:08)
Review: The Mint Condition label is now almost at the half century mark, and is still coming through with the vital reissue goods. This one focuses on Birmingham's Peter 'Doggy' Duggal, whose early 90s Psyche EP was made with a collection of bedroom hardware and influenced by the huge love for the crunchy techno sounds of Cybotron. It is edgy, textural music for dark, strobe lit warehouses, with bright, stark chords, glitchy electronics and a range of inventive drum machine rhythms. The EP includes previously unreleased tunes as well as new versions never heard before that the artist has found in his DAT archive.
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What To Do: Remixes
What To Do: Remixes (clear vinyl 12" reeditado)
Cat: RMS 015CLEAR. Rel: 28 Apr 21
  1. What To Do (&ME remix) (8:30)
  2. What To Do (DJ Jes remix) (8:56)
 in stock $12.38
Angry Space
Angry Space (white vinyl 12")
Cat: CRSSGROOVES 004. Rel: 06 May 21
  1. Fabe - "Angry Wombats" (6:27)
  2. Janeret - "Floating In Space" (7:12)
Review: Crossed Grooves lock in the fine double act of Fabe and Janeret for two more seriously high quality minimal tracks. Fabe's 'Angry Wombats' has a meaty bassline and chunky drum funk run through with some molten acid lines, while Janeret's 'Floating In Space' is perfectly named. The airy pads circle way up high over floating drums that suspend you in the cosmos. As well as the fine music, this 12" comes in a kinetic art sleeve that has been designed and printed by hand in a Parisian workshop.
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Downtown (yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: CMC 231. Rel: 12 Apr 21
  1. Downtown (6:14)
  2. Downtown (Louie Vega House 90Mood mix) (7:55)
  3. Downtown (Louie Vega Raw dub mix) (7:30)
  4. Downtown (Louie Vega Downtown Disco dub mix) (7:36)
Review: Honey Dijon's first outing of 2021, 'Downtown', sounds like a summer 2021 anthem in the making. A retro-futurist house workout featuring vocals from Annette Bowen and Nikki O whose lyrics celebrate the joys of dancing to underground dance music, the track is powered forwards by a heavy and hooky synth bassline and warm electric piano stabs. The long-serving DJ/producer's original mix is superb, but the accompanying remixes from Louie Vega are high-quality too. He first offers up a chunky, organ-sporting 'House 90Mood Mix' that's pleasingly percussive, before delivering a Mood II Swing-esque 'Raw Dub' and a 'Downtown Disco Dub Mix' full of walking bass and immersive, colourful chords.
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Ijzeren Rots
Ijzeren Rots (hand-stamped 1-sided 12")
Cat: DIGWAH 03. Rel: 10 May 18
  1. Ijzeren Rots (8:32)
Review: Since launching in 2006, the men or women of mystery behind the sneaky Digwah series have delivered a couple of sought-after, single-sided 12" singles that blend familiar samples with rock solid tech-house grooves. Predictably, this third volume in the series sticks closely to the blueprint, wrapping twinkling electric piano motifs and a restless, looped bassline around a rhythm track rich in jazzy hi-hats, snappy drum machine snares and tough, locked-in kick-drums. It's arguably closer to deep house than its predecessors, with the tactile and warming samples - lifted, it seems, from the late '60s West Coast rock record - helping to create a rolling, late night feel. The previous Digwah releases sold out quickly, so you'll have to act fast to secure a copy of this one.
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Azul EP
Azul EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BOND 12059. Rel: 29 Apr 21
  1. Azul (7:56)
  2. Tristesse (7:10)
  3. Forces (7:48)
  4. Nipon (6:56)
Review: Romanian minimal sure has its fair share of poster boys. Mihai Popoviciu is one of them having contributed huge amounts of music to the canon over the years. Here he takes care of a new one for Bondage Germany that opens with the smooth and seductive charms of the rolling 'Azul.' 'Tristesse' has a more direct rhythm but one underpinned by a nice fluid bassline and topped with some lush chords. There is just as much to love about the cuddly, funky sound of 'Forces' before grittier textures and more mechanical grooves define closer 'Nippon.'
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After World
After World (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AE 12LTD. Rel: 12 Apr 21
  1. Silent Vibrations (6:51)
  2. Astral (6:54)
  3. Drifting Sand (7:04)
  4. Uninhabited (7:28)
Review: Icy dub techno doesn't come classier than the strain you'll find on Iceland's AE Recordings. On their latest 12", they welcome Japanese producer Altone to the fold with four impeccably sculpted immersion chambers. There's a healthy amount of movement within the scenes Altone captures, avoiding the pitfall of dub techno becoming too soporific and instead creating a powerful sense of kinesis in the shimmer and shudder of the Basic Channel-indebted chords. 'Drifting Sand' is especially powerful, using a gorgeous, resonating tone which takes on an organic quality as it gently modulates over the subliminal rhythm section. Watch out though for the squashed, house-leaning funk of 'Uninhabited' if you want a low-key groover for the hypnotic crowd.
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Tracks From The Asylum (reissue)
Cat: UAR 002. Rel: 26 Apr 21
  1. Powder (5:59)
  2. Lost (4:55)
  3. Powder (Delano Smith More Powder remix) (7:09)
  4. Private Party (5:29)
Review: You'll struggle to find any deeper or more alluring tracks in Norm Talley's catalogue than 'Powder', the wonderfully hypnotic, locked in and subtly spacey opener from the Motor City producer's 2011 EP on Mixmode, Tracks From The Asylum. It's a good thing, then, that Talley has decided to reissue the sought-after EP on his own label. The Detroiter doesn't put a foot wrong throughout, with the chugging, beatdown-inspired brilliance of 'Lost', which boasts some sublime piano solos, and the up-beat hustle of 'Private Party' being equally as essential as 'Powder'. Speaking of that track, Delano Smith's 'More Powder' version is also worth a listen, featuring as it does slightly bolder synth riffs and a tougher, techno-influenced groove.
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Fata Morgana
Fata Morgana (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: ZORA 007. Rel: 30 Apr 21
  1. Danceteria (5:24)
  2. Bird's Tale (5:50)
  3. Soft Things (5:47)
  4. Devotion (5:39)
  5. Now I Float (3:10)
Review: Idris Bena has made a big impact in just a short couple of years. With a delicate touch and knack for excellent breakbeats and harmony rich house, he now steps out with a wide repertoire of sounds on the Rakya label outta France. Judging by the title, 'Danceteria' is an homage to the club of the same name. It sure does have some old school energy to the bristling drum programming and metallic chords, with yelping vocals adding extra fuel. They joyful bangers keep on coming with 'Bird's Tale', old school stabs and buoyant bassline of 'Devotion' and exquisite melodies of high speed stepper, 'Now I Float.'
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Blue Monday (remastered)
Blue Monday (remastered) (heavyweight vinyl 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: 019029 5665913. Rel: 02 Oct 20
  1. Blue Monday (7:30)
  2. The Beach (7:21)
Review: You might think that you could cop a copy of New Order's seminal hit 'Blue Monday' fairly easily and cheaply given its ubiquity over the years. But no, copies in good condition still fetch around 50 quid, so this remastered reissue is well worth a cop. The single's iconic bassline and twitchy synth modulations very much soundtrack a generation, if not an entire youth revolution, but still enliven any dance floor many years later. What's more, the de-humanised vocals will always provide real singalong joy. On the flip is a 'The Beach', which is drenched in echo and reverb and general sonic filth.
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It's Over
It's Over (12")
Cat: BEC 5676886. Rel: 07 May 21
  1. It's Over (7:40)
  2. Drive Me (11:55)
 in stock $13.85
Silence In The Secret Garden
Silence In The Secret Garden (2xLP) (1 per customer)
Cat: PFG 036. Rel: 22 Dec 20
  1. Entrance 2 The Garden (2:33)
  2. People (7:11)
  3. Backagainforthefirsttime? (1:12)
  4. Live In LA 1998 (9:16)
  5. PBC (4:58)
  6. Shine (3:40)
  7. Yesterday's Party (Whatta Bout It) (6:32)
  8. Silence In The Secret Garden (9:52)
  9. On My Way Hone (3:34)
  10. Sweet Yesterday (feat Pitch Black City) (5:06)
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An Odyssey (Sushitech 15th Anniversary reissue)
An Odyssey (Sushitech 15th Anniversary reissue) (limited gatefold 180 gram vinyl 3xLP reeditado)
Cat: SUSH 17. Rel: 10 May 21
  1. Survival (6:27)
  2. What I Do (6:32)
  3. Feel This (Odyssey version) (8:33)
  4. Trust In Someone (7:31)
  5. Midnight Hours (7:38)
  6. No Turning Back (7:03)
  7. I Wonder (7:20)
  8. Odyssey (7:11)
  9. Inspiration (7:51)
  10. Invitation Only (7:14)
  11. Togetherness (7:04)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Sushitech toast 15 years with a plush new edition of one of the label's classic albums. Delano Smith hit a high watermark with An Odyssey when he first dropped it in 2012, and it still sounds utterly flawless as a shining example of Detroit house. From the slinky funk of 'Survival' to the minimalist dub inflections of 'Trust In Someone', this is the positively classy end of the club music spectrum. At all times a sturdy rhythm section carries the tune, whether it be the shuffling hats of 'Midnight Hours' or the shimmering jack of 'No Turning Back', but the real prize here is the seductive mood Smith weaves throughout all 11 tracks. Looped up and hypnotic, but with each piece telling its own unique story, this is a masterclass in deepest house music.
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Hear Us Now EP
Cat: BLR 020. Rel: 27 Apr 21
  1. Hear Us Now (5:43)
  2. Strange Land (5:44)
  3. April (5:58)
  4. Meanwhile Uptown (5:27)
Review: BLR's latest is another exploration of the deep with Delusions of Grandeur regular Norm de Plume behind the beats. This is a fresh four tracker with 'Hear Us Now' a rich, cosmic sound with vocals and twinkling keys over a punchy beat. There is a much more playful rhythm to 'Strange Land' that rocks back and forth on disco tinged loops filled with sunshine. It's back tiny heady territory for 'April,' a steamy basement cut for the soul, and rousing out is the smooth and seductive house sound of 'Meanwhile Uptown' which is something like what Rick Wade might produce.
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 in stock $11.50
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