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Coulibaly (12")
Cat: BEC 5772001. Rel: 23 Mar 06
Funky/Club House
  1. Coulibaly (Ashley Beedle's Afrikanz On Marz vocal mix)
  2. Coulibaly (Fred Chichin remix)
  3. Coulibaly (Ashley Beedle's Afrikanz On Marz instrumental)
  4. Coulibaly (album version)
Review: 3rd 12" extracted from the best-selling world music album of the year ''Dimanche à Bamako" offering the new remix from America-based AKON. Find Ashley Beedle's version on the flip.
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Coulibaly (12")
Cat: BEC 5772015. Rel: 06 Jul 06
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Coulibaly (Akon remix feat Akon)
  2. Coulibaly (Ashley Beedle's Afrikanz On Marz remix)
Review: 3rd 12" extracted from the best-selling world music album of the year ''Dimanche à Bamako", offering the new remix from America-based AKON. Find Ashley Beedle's version on the flip.
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Cat: BEC 5161626. Rel: 04 Oct 13
Deep House
  1. Water Jump (album version)
  2. Free Floading
  3. Drone Logic
  4. These Nights Never End
  5. Naive Response
  6. Platform Zero
  7. Need Electric (album version)
  8. All I Need
  9. Spring 27
  10. Simulrec
  11. New Energie (Live Through It)
  12. Knowing We'll Be Here
Review: Having given keen listeners a healthy preview in his Fabric live mix last year, the artist formerly known as Stopmakingme delivers his full-length album for Erol Alkan's Phantasy Sound. It's a limber brew that channels a strong dose of analogue trickery through smart and snappy beat constructions, all bubbling, aquatic synths and troubled delays propelled by unfussy drum patterns so that the melodies can do the talking. Primarily this is a dancefloor album, moving from peppy breakbeat driven numbers to gently bumping house, but always the playful, ineffably warm synth work sets the tone, from "Naive Response"s robotic charm to "Drone Logic"s soaring grind. It's an album brimming in confidence and nailed with precision, and it's packed full of incredibly usable floor rockers to boot.
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out of stock $10.93
Cat: 506042 1560298. Rel: 04 Mar 15
Techno
  1. Drone Logic (Factory Floor/Gabe Gurnsey remix)
  2. All I Need (Roman Flugel remix)
  3. Platform Zero (Volte Face remix)
  4. Naive Response (A Phase remix)
  5. Spring 27 (Silent Servant remix)
  6. Free Floating (Matt Walsh remix)
  7. Knowing We'll Be Here (Kink remix)
  8. New Energy (Beyond The Wizard's Sleeve re-animation)
  9. Drone Logic (Rodhad remix)
  10. Need Electric (Audion remix)
  11. Reception (Perc remix)
  12. These Nights Never End (Ricardo Tobar remix)
  13. Simulrec (Conforce remix)
  14. Water Jump (Powell remix)
  15. Taste (Special Request remix)
  16. Naive Response (Danny Daze remix)
Review: On New Energy, an impressive cast of artists remix UK producer Daniel Avery's original material. Representing German house music is Roman Fluegel, whose dubby, expansive version of "All I Need" fuses jittery keys with blissed out vocal samples. Surprisingly, Volte Face from the BleeD club delivers a similar deep house take on "Platform Zero", its chiming keys unfolding over sweeping filters. There is also an unexpected remix from Token's O [Phase], whose version of "Naive Response" favours a blissful, percussive workout rather than his usual, abrasive sounds. Silent Servant's take on "Spring 27" is one of the few real techno remixes with an insistent, stabbing chord and a rumbling bass prevailing, while Factory Floor's version of "Drone Logic" is a mutant disco dub, laced with bubbling acid and detached vocals.
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Joy (gatefold 2xLP + CD)
Cat: BEC 5156649. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Experimental/Electronic
  1. You Can Buy My Love (4:38)
  2. City Chicken (4:29)
  3. Poor Magic (4:02)
  4. Blackout 94 (3:20)
  5. Society Saved Me (4:13)
  6. Keep Changing (3:45)
  7. Holy Night (4:14)
  8. Oblivious (2:45)
  9. Facetime (4:20)
  10. Away From My Body (5:32)
  11. You Can Buy My Love
  12. City Chicken
  13. Poor Magic
  14. Blackout 94
  15. Society Saved Me
  16. Keep Changing
  17. Holy Night
  18. Oblivious
  19. Facetime
  20. Away From My Body
Review: Following a three-year hiatus, German trio Daniel Brandt, Jan Brauer and Paul Frick return with their fourth full-length. Unlike some of their earlier sets, which mined minimal techno for inspiration, Joy is a much more eccentric affair, variously drawing influence from krautrock, experimental electronica, lo-fi rock, moody synth-pop, and grisly, post-punk shapes. It's highly stylish, as you'd expect - their vocal delivery is somewhere between David Byrne and Bauhaus - with the looseness and energy of their compositions ensuring an attractive immediacy. It takes a few listens to soak it all up, but undoubtedly grows on your with each successive play.
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Joy (CD)
Cat: BEC 5156648. Rel: 02 Nov 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. You Can Buy My Love (0:30)
  2. City Chicken (0:30)
  3. Poor Magic (0:30)
  4. Blackout 94 (0:30)
  5. Society Saved Me (0:30)
  6. Keep Changing (0:30)
  7. Holy Night (0:30)
  8. Oblivious (0:30)
  9. Facetime (0:30)
  10. Away From My Body (0:30)
Review: Following a three-year hiatus, German trio Daniel Brandt, Jan Brauer and Paul Frick return with their fourth full-length. Unlike some of their earlier sets, which mined minimal techno for inspiration, Joy is a much more eccentric affair, variously drawing influence from krautrock, experimental electronica, lo-fi rock, moody synth-pop, and grisly, post-punk shapes. It's highly stylish, as you'd expect - their vocal delivery is somewhere between David Byrne and Bauhaus - with the looseness and energy of their compositions ensuring an attractive immediacy. It takes a few listens to soak it all up, but undoubtedly grows on your with each successive play.
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Still Waters (gatefold 2xLP + CD)
Cat: 506042 1564647. Rel: 12 May 16
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Back For More (4:15)
  2. Arrested (3:43)
  3. The Sweetest Romance (3:57)
  4. 2Good4Me (4:01)
  5. My Toy (3:46)
  6. Get Lost (4:10)
  7. Turning Around (3:19)
  8. Man Without Shadow (4:55)
  9. All It Takes (4:43)
  10. Wet Dream (2:33)
  11. Too Soon (4:09)
  12. In Return (3:20)
  13. Still Waters (5:32)
  14. Back For More (0:30)
  15. Arrested (0:30)
  16. The Sweetest Romance (0:30)
  17. 2Good4Me (0:30)
  18. My Toy (0:30)
  19. Get Lost (0:30)
  20. Turning Around (0:30)
  21. Man Without Shadow (0:30)
  22. All It Takes (0:30)
  23. Wet Dream (0:30)
  24. Too Soon (0:30)
  25. In Return (0:30)
  26. Still Waters (0:30)
Review: Breakbot's first full body of work as an official duo, Still Waters takes off where "Get Lost" left us last year... Silky, soft-focus and loaded with authentic disco charm and dynamics, it's clear Irfane's influence is either hugely respectful or he's been active in the act long before they made the announcement. Either way, who cares? The music is still like crushed velvet soul with occasional departures into touching soulful balladry ("In Return") and pure yacht-bound epicness ("Man Without Shadow") Stunning.
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Cat: BEC 5772639. Rel: 19 Feb 10
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Baby I'm Yours (feat Irfane)
  2. Baby I'm Yours (feat Irfane - Siriusmo remix)
  3. Make You Mine
  4. Baby I'm Yours (La Funk Mob remix)
Review: 2010 looks like it's going to be a very big year for Parisian producer Thibault Berland aka Breakbot. As part of the Ed Banger family he's been producing a steady slew of quality remixes for Metronomy, Justice, Sebastian Tellier and Late Of The Pier, and now he's stepping up with excellent new material of his own.


In the vein of seriously smooth late 70's rockers like Hall and Oates and Michael McDonald, the title track has tons of charm courtesy of a vocal from Irframe. Add to that the modern production of Holy Ghost or Discovery-era Daft Punk and it's a pretty special disco-flavoured slice of sophisticated French pop.


Another man who's becoming hot property for 2010 is German producer Siriusmo, who turns in a remix that matches Breakbot's sense of retro fun and studio mastery. Far from Siriusmo's more Techno roots, this mix is almost a Psychedelic rock song, complete with cowbells and chiming 12-string guitars. It's weird and wonderful, and has more than a nod to Archie Bell and The Drells' seminal "Tighten Up".


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out of stock $9.10
1 Out Of 2 (12" + free MP3 download code)
Cat: BEC 5161232. Rel: 19 Jul 12
Electro House
  1. One Out Of Two (Oliver remix)
  2. One Out Of Two (Sneak Dream dub)
  3. Programme
  4. One Out Of Two (Get A Room! remix)
Review: Ed Banger favourite and electro-synth-pop demi-god, Breakbot saw his "One Out Of Two" track remixed by a healthy squadron of electronic artist this year. First up it was Oliver, who painted a fascinating disco-not-disco portrait of the original. Sneak Dream went all ape shit on everyone, forming a solid and tenacious tech house groove with a thumping good kick! There's also the original of "Programe" included here, a summery pop track with subtle hints of electro; and finally, Get A Room plant a serious electro bomb, one that explodes and releases its ferocious synth on yo ass...!
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You Should Know (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: BEC 5161409. Rel: 18 Jul 13
Disco/Reediciones
  1. You Should Know (original)
  2. You Should Know (alternate take)
  3. You Should Know (Busy P & Boston Bun remix)
  4. You Should Know (Homework Le Bain remix)
  5. You Should Know (The Swiss remix)
  6. You Should Know (Le Family club remix)
Review: More gossamer smooth disco electro soul from Ed Banger's biggest lothario, "You Should Know" is a steamy mid tempo number that's just as rich in emotion as it is groove. As with all Breakbot numbers, there's a wealth of remixes to complement its romantic tendencies... Busy P and Boston Bun get all jacking and loopy, Homework Le Bain throw down a classic NY piano house version, The Swiss gets all rainbow Italo and Le Family serve up a slippery synth bass groove over some classic US garage beats. An impeccable package here... You should know this!
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out of stock $5.98
Cat: BEC 5772083/ED 014. Rel: 02 Mar 07
Electro House
  1. Rainbow Man
  2. Chop Suey
  3. Fancy What's Your Name Again (Busy P remix)
Review: "Rainbow Man" is a 4am anthem dedicated to New York's hottest club, APT.
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Love In C Minor/Cerrone's Paradise/Supernature (I, II, III) (remastered) (limited numbered coloured vinyl 3xLP + 3xCD box)
Cat: BEMU 51619091. Rel: 22 Jan 15
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Love In 'C' Minor
  2. Black Is Black
  3. Midnite Lady
  4. Cerrone's Paradise
  5. Take Me
  6. Time For Love
  7. Cerrone's Paradise
  8. Supernature
  9. Sweet Drums
  10. In The Smoke
  11. Give Me Love
  12. Love Is Here
  13. Love Is The Answer
  14. Love In 'C' Minor
  15. Black Is Black
  16. Midnite Lady
  17. Cerrone's Paradise
  18. Take Me
  19. Time For Love
  20. Cerrone's Paradise
  21. Supernature
  22. Sweet Drums
  23. In The Smoke
  24. Give Me Love
  25. Love Is Here
  26. Love Is The Answer
Review: contains:
- Love In C Minor
- Cerrone's Paradise
- Supernature
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out of stock $44.73
Afro (10")
Cat: BEC 5156085. Rel: 19 Feb 16
Disco/Reediciones
  1. 2nd Chance (feat Tony Allen - original) (3:39)
  2. 2nd Chance (feat Tony Allen - Mind Enterprises remix) (5:32)
  3. Funk Makossa (feat Manu Dibango - original) (3:22)
  4. Funk Makossa (feat Manu Dibango - Todd Edwards remix) (6:18)
Review: Some 40 years after releasing his first material, Cerrone continues to deliver new music. As the title suggests, Afro sees the French disco legend paying tribute to African music, with the assistance of two rather special guests. Drummer Tony Allen makes his mark on the rather brilliant "2nd Chance", delivering the loose, swinging, booty-shaking rhythm that underpins Cerrone's trademark piano work, clipped funk guitars and grandiose orchestration. Makossa pioneer Manu Dibango assists on "Funk Makossa", which appears to be a killer new version of his 1972 classic "New Bell". Todd Edwards delivers a surprisingly reverential Afro-house revision of that track, while Mind Enterprises get all cosmic and dubbed-out on their deliciously spacey rendition of "2nd Chance".
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out of stock $6.50
Red Lips (gatefold coloured vinyl 2xLP + CD)
Cat: BEC 5156644. Rel: 28 Oct 16
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Therapy (feat James Hart) (3:41)
  2. Move Me (feat Brendan Reilly) (3:38)
  3. Illuminate Me (feat Sam Gray) (3:18)
  4. Ain't No Party (Like Monday Night) (feat Kiezsa) (4:14)
  5. Take Over (feat Brendan Reilly) (3:25)
  6. C'est Bon (feat Aloe Blacc) (3:52)
  7. Red Lips (feat Wallace Turrell) (3:52)
  8. Kiss It Better (feat Yasmin) (3:22)
  9. You Only Live Once (feat Mike City) (3:51)
  10. Steal Your Love (feat Alexis Taylor) (4:09)
  11. Jane (feat Dax Riders) (4:08)
  12. I Want (feat Chelcee Grimes & Mike City) (4:01)
  13. Time Machine (feat Sam Gray) (4:53)
  14. 2nd Chance (feat Tony Allen) (3:39)
  15. Therapy (feat James Hart)
  16. Move Me (feat Brendan Reilly)
  17. Illuminate Me (feat Sam Gray)
  18. Ain't No Party (Like Monday Night) (feat Kiezsa)
  19. Take Over (feat Brendan Reilly)
  20. C'est Bon (feat Aloe Blacc)
  21. Red Lips (feat Wallace Turrell)
  22. Kiss It Better (feat Yasmin)
  23. You Only Live Once (feat Mike City)
  24. Steal Your Love (feat Alexis Taylor)
  25. Jane (feat Dax Riders)
  26. I Want (feat Chelcee Grimes & Mike City)
  27. Time Machine (feat Sam Gray)
  28. 2nd Chance (feat Tony Allen)
Review: There's no doubt that dance music's continuing love affair with disco has provided Cerrone with a new lease of life. Here, the legendary French producer delivers his first original album since 2008. Whereas that set looked to synth-pop and Euro-dance for inspiration, Red Lips is full of tracks that look to classic disco, boogie and jazz-funk for inspiration. There's naturally much to enjoy, from the Jackson Five style celebration of "Illuminate Me", and radio-friendly Aloe Blacc hook-up "C'Est Bon" (think Daft Punk and Pharrell), to the rubbery '80s grooves of "Kiss It Better (featuring Yasmin) and thrillingly horn-heavy "Steal Your Love", which boasts superb vocals from Hot Chip chap Alexis Taylor.
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Intérprete: Tonbe
out of stock $26.27
Red Lips (CD)
Cat: BEC 5156643. Rel: 28 Oct 16
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Therapy (feat James Hart) (3:41)
  2. Move Me (feat Brendan Reilly) (3:38)
  3. Illuminate Me (feat Sam Gray) (3:18)
  4. Ain't No Party (Like Monday Night) (feat Kiezsa) (4:14)
  5. Take Over (feat Brendan Reilly) (3:25)
  6. C'est Bon (feat Aloe Blacc) (3:52)
  7. Red Lips (feat Wallace Turrell) (3:52)
  8. Kiss It Better (feat Yasmin) (3:22)
  9. You Only Live Once (feat Mike City) (3:51)
  10. Steal Your Love (feat Alexis Taylor) (4:09)
  11. Jane (feat Dax Riders) (4:08)
  12. I Want (feat Chelcee Grimes & Mike City) (4:01)
  13. Time Machine (feat Sam Gray) (4:53)
  14. 2nd Chance (feat Tony Allen) (3:39)
Review: There's no doubt that dance music's continuing love affair with disco has provided Cerrone with a new lease of life. Here, the legendary French producer delivers his first original album since 2008. Whereas that set looked to synth-pop and Euro-dance for inspiration, Red Lips is full of tracks that look to classic disco, boogie and jazz-funk for inspiration. There's naturally much to enjoy, from the Jackson Five style celebration of "Illuminate Me", and radio-friendly Aloe Blacc hook-up "C'Est Bon" (think Daft Punk and Pharrell), to the rubbery '80s grooves of "Kiss It Better (featuring Yasmin)" and thrillingly horn-heavy "Steal Your Love", which boasts superb vocals from Hot Chip chap Alexis Taylor.
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out of stock $7.02
CERRONE/VARIOUS
The Best Of Cerrone Productions (limited deluxe mixed 2xCD)
Cat: BEC 5161911. Rel: 22 Jan 15
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Cerrone - "Supernature" (edit)
  2. Don Ray - "Got To Have Lovin" (edit)
  3. Cerrone - "Love In C Minor" (edit)
  4. Cerrone - "Midnite Lady" (edit)
  5. Cerrone - "Freak Connection" (edit)
  6. Revelacion - "The House Of The Rising Sun" (edit)
  7. Cerrone - "Look For Love" (edit)
  8. Don Ray - "Standing In The Rain" (edit)
  9. Kongas - "Why Can't We Live Together" (edit)
  10. Cristal - "Phonic" (edit)
  11. BOF Brigade Mondaine I - "Striptease"
  12. Cerrone - "Call Me Tonight" (edit)
  13. Kongas - "Africanism" (edit)
  14. Cerrone - "Your Love Survived" (edit)
  15. Cerrone - "You Are The One" (edit)
  16. Cerrone - "Club Underworld" (edit)
  17. Cerrone - "Love In C Minor" (Dimitri From Paris remix)
  18. Beth Ditto & The Shoes - "Cerrone's Supernature"
  19. Cerrone - "Give Me Love" (edit)
  20. Cerrone - "Cerrone's Paradise" (edit)
  21. Cerrone - "Love Is Here"
  22. Cerrone - "Music Of Life" (edit)
  23. BOF Brigade Mondaine IIII - "Vaudou Aux Caraibes"
  24. BOF Brigade Mondaine I - "Experience"
  25. Cerrone - "Je Suis Music" (edit)
  26. Cerrone - "La Secte De Marrakech"
  27. Cerrone - "Panic" (edit)
  28. Cerrone - "Rocket In The Pocket" (edit)
  29. BOF Brigade Mondaine I - "Generique Fin"
  30. BOF Brigade Mondaine III - "Soumission"
  31. Cerrone - "In The Smoke" (edit)
  32. Cristal - "La Nuit Pour Nous" (edit)
  33. Cerrone - "Take Me" (edit)
  34. Cerrone - "Cycle's Woman" (feat Santana's Band - edit)
  35. Kongas - "Tattoo Woman" (edit)
  36. Kongas - "Dr Doo-Dah" (edit)
  37. Cerrone - "Music Of Life" (Alan Braxe remix)
  38. Cerrone - "Misunderstanding" (A-Trak & Codes rework)
Review: During the 1970s and early 1980s, Marc Cerrone almost single-handedly flew the flag for French disco worldwide, becoming one of the sound's biggest stars thanks to a string of breathy, high energy, string-drenched hits. Given the impact of his productions - both for his eponymous band and the likes of Don Ray, Revelation and Kongas - this two-disc retrospective is well overdue. While it's a little disappointing that many of the tracks are presented in edited form (he truly was king of the extended version), there's no denying of the quality of the material on offer. All the big hits are present ("Supernature", "Love In C Minor" etc), alongside a string of lesser-known gems that will new to all but the most dedicated fans.
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Intérprete: Sleazy McQueen
out of stock $8.58
La Radiolina (2xLP)
Cat: BEC 5772129. Rel: 14 Sep 07
Electro House
  1. 13 Dias
  2. Tristeza Meleza
  3. Politik Kills
  4. Rainin In Paradize
  5. Besoin De La Lune
  6. El Kitapena
  7. Me Llaman Calle
  8. A Cosa
  9. The Bleedin Clown
  10. Munoreves
  11. El Hoyo
  12. La Vida Tombola
  13. Mala Fama
  14. Panik Panik
  15. Otro Mundo
  16. Piccola Radiolina
  17. Y Ahora Que?
  18. Mama Cuchara
  19. Siberia
  20. Sone Otro Mundo
  21. Amalucada Vida
Review: Written, composed and produced by Manu Chao himself, "La Radiolina" was mixed by Mario Caldato (Beastie Boys, Jack Johnson).
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out of stock $19.76
Paralelo (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP + CD)
Cat: BEC 5543159. Rel: 29 Nov 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Mouvement Decompose D'un Coup De Marteau (11:00)
  2. Good-Bye Wyatt Hat (Beyrouth 66) (part 2) (2:00)
  3. Via Laietana (0:56)
  4. Paralelo (1:49)
  5. Vertical (2:57)
  6. Musique Ridicule (3:52)
  7. Politico (2:03)
  8. Automne (3:28)
  9. Musique Pour Les Ascenseurs (1:16)
  10. Paralelo (10) (3:21)
  11. Erratum Musical (1) (0:43)
  12. Erratum Musical (2) (0:38)
  13. Nicaragua (2:49)
  14. Mediterraneo (5:22)
  15. Sequence 1 (1:13)
  16. Sequence 2 (0:47)
  17. Sequence 3 (0:44)
  18. Sequence 4 (0:44)
  19. Sequence 5 (3:08)
  20. Sequence 6 (2:26)
  21. Sequence 7 (0:42)
  22. Sequence 8 (0:36)
  23. Poble Sec (1:00)
  24. Irregular Organs (0:54)
  25. Paral.lel (1:22)
  26. A Noise In My Nose (0:59)
  27. Beyrouth 66 (part 1) (1:23)
  28. 15 Minutes De Sonoto-Luddisme (15:10)
  29. Mouvement Decompose D'un Coup De Marteau
  30. Good-Bye Wyatt Hat (Beyrouth 66) (part 2)
  31. Via Laietana
  32. Paralelo
  33. Vertical
  34. Musique Ridicule
  35. Politico
  36. Automne
  37. Musique Pour Les Ascenseurs
  38. Paralelo (10)
  39. Erratum Musical (1)
  40. Erratum Musical (2)
  41. Nicaragua
  42. Mediterraneo
  43. Sequence 1
  44. Sequence 2
  45. Sequence 3
  46. Sequence 4
  47. Sequence 5
  48. Sequence 6
  49. Sequence 7
  50. Sequence 8
  51. Poble Sec
  52. Irregular Organs
  53. Paral.lel
  54. A Noise In My Nose
  55. Beyrouth 66 (part 1)
  56. 15 Minutes De Sonoto-Luddisme
Review: Originally released in 1980, Because Music presents the first reissue of Pascal Comelade's Paralelo LP. Originally released on his Parasite imprint, the album has now been expanded to a double LP including previously unreleased tracks. The French-Catalan electronic musician composed the LP on an EMS/AKS synth and is most representative of his output from between 1974 - 1981. His mechanical form of composition utilises arpeggio: repetitive music and the concept of sequences/continuous sound laced with evocative melodies. Also taking cues from the minimal facets of French prog/space rock band Heldon's electronic fortitude. Vocals come courtesy of English composer Gavin Bryars on a few of the tracks on the album. "15 Minutes de Sonoto-Luddisme" is one of the bonus tracks featuring a collaborative engagement with David Cunningham of the Flying Lizards and This Heat. Also features the original black and white sleeve, with its painting by Don Jacques Ciccolini.
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out of stock $29.17
Daft Punk's Electroma (DVD + 44 page book)
Cat: 285066 Rel: 16 Nov 07
Notes: "Daft Punk's Electroma" is the eagerly anticipated directorial feature film debut from Guy-Manuel De Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter, better known together as Daft Punk. A psychedelic visual and musical odyssey, "Electroma" follows the journey of two robots on their quest to become human. Featuring a stunning soundtrack with music from Todd Rundgren, Brian Eno, Curtis Mayfair, Sebastien Tellier and Chopin, Electroma plays out beautifully "like music for the eyes". Daft Punk fans everywhere have been waiting to see what would happen if these legendary French electro-dance pioneers were let loose with a camera and this hypnotic road movie cum sci-fi tale doesn't disappoint. Rumour has it that if you play Daft Punk's last album "Human After All", alongside "Electroma", the two sync-up perfectly. With the imminent DVD release, fans won't have to wait much longer before testing the theory for themselves!
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out of stock $16.13
Cat: BEC 5772010. Rel: 25 May 06
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. I Am Somebody (Paris version)
  2. I Am Somebody (Montreal version)
  3. I Am Somebody (K-Dope dub)
  4. I Am Somebody (Kenny Dope Old Skool remix)
Review: DJ Mehdi is back! Cult French hip-hop producer with no boundaries (something like a French equivalent of DJ Premier or Pharrell Williams), Mehdi will release his second solo album "Lucky Boy" before the summer. In the meantime, please enjoy his comeback single "I Am Somebody", a hybrid electro-hip-pop affair with the voice of fellow Canadian gangsta-poppers Chromeo. Let's not forget Kenny Dope's return either. In slammin form he dons 2 incredible ruff remixes reminiscent of the golden Dopewax era, which will certainly set any dancefloor on fire, hip-house stylee!
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Lucky Boy (LP)
Cat: 6143676. Rel: 09 Nov 06
Breakbeat
  1. Busy Being Born
  2. I Am Somebody (feat Chromeo)
  3. Signature
  4. Boggin'
  5. Always Be An Angel
  6. Pony Rocking (feat Feadz)
  7. Saharian Break
  8. Lucky Boy (feat Fafi)
  9. Wee Bounce
  10. Leave It Alone
  11. Hot O Momo (feat Xanax)
  12. Constellation
  13. Love Bombing
Review: Famous in France and beyond with his projects: remixing various electronic acts and composing soundtracks for international films. He has worked with/for MC Solaar, Daft Punk, Tekilatex, Cassius, Versatile, Super Discount, Asian Dub Foundation, Futura2000, Sakamoto and even Carole King. Signed to Ed Banger's he released his first album in 2002 and here is the follow up including the single featuring Chromeo (with remixes by Kenny Dope and Masters At Work).
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out of stock $17.68
Cat: BEC 5772084/ED 015. Rel: 14 Mar 07
Funky/Club House
  1. Lucky Girl (feat Fafi)
  2. Lucky Boy (Outlines remix)
  3. Signature (Thomas Bangalter edit)
  4. Lucky Boy (Surkin remix)
Review: DJ Mehdi is back with a second single from his album "Lucky Boy". "Lucky Girl", on Because music, features Fafi on the mic.
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Hail Bop (limited 12" + free MP3 download code)
Cat: BEC 5161250. Rel: 18 Sep 12
Electro House
  1. Hail Bop
  2. Hail Bop (Daniel Avery remix)
  3. Hail Bop (Jealov remix)
  4. Bail Hop
  5. Skies Over Cairo (Bullion version)
Review: Sweet psychedelic pop vibes abound as Django Django unleash another fine ditty from their eponymous album. Quite whether they've just misspelt a comet name, or they just love dancing in hard, icy rain we don't know... But we love all versions on this release. The very much in-demand Daniel Avery gets all slo-mo acid on our jackseys while Jealov takes us into some very strange, warped electronica pastures with a Radioheadalicious rub. The band themselves get involved with their own cheeky, not to mention stomping, alternative "Bail Hop" while Bullion completes the package with his own beautiful take that will please all cosmic fans.
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Waveforms (limited 12" + free MP3 download code + sticker)
Cat: BEC 5772938. Rel: 08 Sep 11
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Waveforms
  2. Waveforms (Wild Geese remix)
  3. Drumforms
Review: East London troupe Django Django return with a shiny new single in the shape of "Waveforms" via the Because Music imprint, which comes replete in shiny new artwork (if you have five minutes to spare we urge you to check out the band's new website which has an interactive smiley face icon which is quite hypnotic). "Waveforms" itself is also quite hypnotic, steadily unfurling into the kind of tribal grooves the band has become renowned for, whilst indulging in some multiple harmony tactics. Wild Geese, a collective with fingers in many an industry pie, turn in a remix every bit as lysergic and potent as their famed revision of Friendly Fires, though on much more of a proto warehouse rave stabathon tip. Check the flip for a percussion heavy take on the track by the double D's themselves in the shape of "Drumforms".
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Intérprete: I Love Disco!
out of stock $5.72
Cat: BEC 5156059. Rel: 30 Apr 15
Indie
  1. Giant
  2. Shake & Tremble
  3. Found You
  4. First Light
  5. Pause Repeat
  6. Reflections
  7. Vibrations
  8. Shot Down
  9. High Moon
  10. Beginning To Fade
  11. 4000 Years
  12. Break The Glass
  13. The Life We Know
Review: Always a band operating entirely on their own peculiar wavelength, Django Django have shown no signs of compromise on this follow-up to their successful debut, and true to form have managed to crowbar rich experimentation, naggingly catchy melody and mischievous spirit into a poppy and perplexing gem of an album. Their methods may be mysterious, yet Born Under Saturn never sounds overly mannered or studied in its art, with these art-pop ditties perhaps making for some of the most joyful collisions of the cerebral and the immediate in four-minute packages since the glory days of Talking Heads. 'Sophomore slump' be damned.
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out of stock $6.23
Born Under Saturn (gatefold 2xLP + CD)
Cat: BEC 5156060. Rel: 29 Apr 15
Indie
  1. Giant (5:53)
  2. Shake & Tremble (4:17)
  3. Found You (4:43)
  4. First Light (4:48)
  5. Pause Repeat (3:29)
  6. Reflections (4:16)
  7. Vibrations (3:07)
  8. Shot Down (5:07)
  9. High Moon (4:41)
  10. Beginning To Fade (3:14)
  11. 4000 Years (4:14)
  12. Break The Glass (4:31)
  13. The Lie We Know (3:25)
  14. Giant
  15. Shake & Tremble
  16. Found You
  17. First Light
  18. Pause Repeat
  19. Reflections
  20. Vibrations
  21. Shot Down
  22. High Moon
  23. Beginning To Fade
  24. 4000 Years
  25. Break The Glass
  26. The Lie We Know
Review: Always a band operating entirely on their own peculiar wavelength, Django Django have shown no signs of compromise on this follow-up to their successful debut, and true to form have managed to crowbar rich experimentation, naggingly catchy melody and mischievous spirit into a poppy and perplexing gem of an album. Their methods may be mysterious, yet 'Born Under Saturn' never sounds overly mannered or studied in its art, with these art-pop ditties making for some of the most joyful collisions of the cerebral and the immediate in four-minute packages since the glory days of Talking Heads. 'Sophomore slump' be damned.
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out of stock $15.87
Marble Skies (limited pink & blue vinyl LP + CD + poster with obi-strip)
Cat: BEC 5543250. Rel: 26 Jan 18
Indie
  1. Marble Skies (4:25)
  2. Surface To Air (3:41)
  3. Champagne (4:39)
  4. Tic Tac Toe (3:53)
  5. Further (3:21)
  6. Sundials (3:56)
  7. Beam Me Up (3:31)
  8. In Your Beat (3:55)
  9. Real Gone (5:50)
  10. Fountains (2:54)
  11. Marble Skies
  12. Surface To Air
  13. Champagne
  14. Tic Tac Toe
  15. Further
  16. Sundials
  17. Beam Me Up
  18. In Your Beat
  19. Real Gone
  20. Fountains
Review: Running through their third record, there's a feeling that Django Django have wildly eclectic tastes, and with infectious and nervous excitement want to create music that patches it all together, dodging pigeonholes and subverting their listener's expectations in the process. Stark changes in direction happen from track to track, and often within the songs themselves: take for example the tone set with powerhouse synth-pop opener 'Marble Skies', which is immediately turned on its head with second track 'Surface To Air', a brash and addictive dancehall jam, by the fourth track 'Tic Tac Toe' they're fully immersed in euphoric indie-psych. These changes in gear happen throughout the album, and it's to the band's credit that the individual songs and the album as a whole, bind together so well. This risk-taking is what makes Marble Skies a highly accomplished and ambitious album, but perhaps more importantly, their most fun album so far.
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Intérprete: Napsugar
out of stock $16.91
Marble Skies (LP + CD + poster with obi-strip)
Cat: BEC 5543135. Rel: 26 Jan 18
Indie
  1. Marble Skies (4:26)
  2. Surface To Air (3:41)
  3. Champagne (4:41)
  4. Tic Tac Toe (3:51)
  5. Further (3:21)
  6. Sundials (3:55)
  7. Beam Me Up (3:39)
  8. In Your Beat (3:48)
  9. Real Gone (5:49)
  10. Fountains (2:55)
  11. Marble Skies
  12. Surface To Air
  13. Champagne
  14. Tic Tac Toe
  15. Further
  16. Sundials
  17. Beam Me Up
  18. In Your Beat
  19. Real Gone
  20. Fountains
Review: Running through their third record, there's a feeling that Django Django have wildly eclectic tastes, and with infectious and nervous excitement want to create music that patches it all together, dodging pigeonholes and subverting their listener's expectations in the process. Stark changes in direction happen from track to track, and often within the songs themselves: take for example the tone set with powerhouse synth-pop opener 'Marble Skies', which is immediately turned on its head with second track 'Surface To Air', a brash and addictive dancehall jam, by the fourth track 'Tic Tac Toe' they're fully immersed in euphoric indie-psych. These changes in gear happen throughout the album, and it's to the band's credit that the individual songs and the album as a whole, bind together so well. This risk-taking is what makes Marble Skies a highly accomplished and ambitious album, but perhaps more importantly, their most fun album so far.
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Marble Skies (CD with obi-strip)
Cat: BEC 5543134. Rel: 26 Jan 18
Indie
  1. Marble Skies
  2. Surface To Air
  3. Champagne
  4. Tic Tac Toe
  5. Further
  6. Sundials
  7. Beam Me Up
  8. In Your Beat
  9. Real Gone
  10. Fountains
Review: Running through their third record, there's a feeling that Django Django have wildly eclectic tastes, and with infectious and nervous excitement want to create music that patches it all together, dodging pigeonholes and subverting their listener's expectations in the process. Stark changes in direction happen from track to track, and often within the songs themselves: take for example the tone set with powerhouse synth-pop opener 'Marble Skies', which is immediately turned on its head with second track 'Surface To Air', a brash and addictive dancehall jam, by the fourth track 'Tic Tac Toe' they're fully immersed in euphoric indie-psych. These changes in gear happen throughout the album, and it's to the band's credit that the individual songs and the album as a whole, bind together so well. This risk-taking is what makes Marble Skies a highly accomplished and ambitious album, but perhaps more importantly, their most fun album so far.
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Toxic (unmixed CD)
Cat: 3109852. Rel: 24 Jul 06
Electro House
  1. Reanimators - "Toxic Bird Cage"
  2. Jel - "The Livestock Rock"
  3. Beans - "Bubonic" (instrumental)
  4. The Fearless Four - "F - 4000"
  5. Masta Killa - "Digi Warfare" (instrumental)
  6. Tuff Crew - "My Part Of Town" (remix)
  7. The Juan Maclean - "By The Time I Get To Venus" (41 Small Stars remix)
  8. Antipop Consortium - "Dystopian Disco Force"
  9. Jackos - "They Live We Sleep"
  10. The Royal Family & The Poor - "Art On 45"
  11. ESG - "Bam - Bam Jam"
  12. Wsplendor Geometrico - "Moscu Esta Helado"
  13. Revl9n - "Someone Like You"
  14. The Octagon Man - "Elff"
  15. Maggotron - "Computer Funk"
  16. Maurice Starr - "Electric Funky Drummer"
  17. Justice - "One Minute To Midnight"
  18. Dabrye - "So Scientific"
  19. Funkaho - "Bootay"
  20. Mike Ladd - "Stereoladd"
Review: The treasures you are about to dance to were selected with passion by Uncle O and DJ Solo (The REANIMATORS) to celebrate the third anniversary of their Toxic Nights they have been hosting since 2002 in Paris. The nights specialized in mixing up genres and people. Bottle-fed on hip hop culture, but with an interest in any other singular universe, Uncle O and DJ Solo have filled their flight bags with a unique mixture of funk (white and black), electro, rap and even new wave rock, ready to mount an onslaught on those sleepy Parisian nights. True to this spirit of openness, Toxic, the album, today contains elements of every style, era and country. The outline of an Internationale of rhythm is taking shape, taking in everything from the Spanish new wave of the late 70s (Esplandor Geometrico) to iconoclastic hip hop (Mike Ladd) to the eccentric electro (Dabrye) of today, not to mention a good number of mutant rarities (ESG II, Royal Family and the Poor, Maurice Starr). A desire to mark a break and discover things new which has prevailed from the early days of the Toxic Nights has seen them launch the careers of many artists such as Justice and Revlen. This compilation is a flavour of the Toxic sound, but this is just 80 minutes of music here, imagine an endless six hours set of a crazy "hardcorepunkfunkelectrohiphopnuwavesoul" jam. This is TOXIC, but you ain't heard nothing yet ! Welcome freaks, mutants, robots...
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Intérprete: Uncle O (Toxic Paris)
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Instant Alpha (2xLP + CD)
Cat: BEC 5161677. Rel: 17 Jan 14
Bass
  1. Welcome To Paris
  2. Electric Empire (Bird Peterson remix)
  3. Paper Cut (Papers Chase)
  4. Metaman
  5. Instant Beta (Nos One)
  6. Instant Delta (Nos Two)
  7. Eastside
  8. Wettex (Cashemere Cat remix)
  9. The Purpice (feat Tekilatex)
  10. Stick Builders
  11. Marly (feat DJ Kodh)
  12. Eastside (Big Dope P remix)
  13. It's Enough
  14. Welcome To Paris
  15. Electric Empire
  16. Paper Cut (Papers Chase)
  17. Metaman
  18. Instant Beta (Nos One)
  19. Instant Delta (Nos Two)
  20. Eastside
  21. Wettex
  22. The Purpice (feat Tekilatex)
  23. Stick Builders
  24. Marly (feat DJ Kodh)
  25. Eastside (Big Dope P remix)
  26. It's Enough
Review: A key player in the Ed Banger movement, Mr Oizo collaborator and, arguably, the man who made Uffie really shine... Feadz needs no introduction. And this debut album has been on the cards for well over a decade. Naturally it's worth the wait: from the tongue-in-cheeky autotune R&B sleaze and the rifle-like electro-trap-funk of "Paper Cut" to the ghetto-minded booty-buster "Eastside" and silky-smooth disco-breaks beauty of "It's Enough", it's Feadz at his most extensive, accomplished and exciting. Future-looking while entrenched in electronic music's roots, Instant Alpha will cause instant appeal.
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out of stock $17.95
Cat: 712935 Rel: 28 Nov 18
 
Beta Band fanzine
Notes: Reproduction of Issue 3 of The Flower Press, the short-lived fan club fanzine designed and put together by The Beta Band.
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 More than 10 in stock $0.00
Cat: BEC 5772093. Rel: 22 Jun 07
Leftfield
  1. 5:55 (Metronomy remix)
  2. 5:55 (Black Ghosts remix)
Review: Following the release of "5:55", by Charlotte Gainsbourg, is this 7", featuring the Metronomy remix. Metronomy is a young British producer who has done remixes for Roots Manuva, Franz Ferdinand, Lady Sovereign and Sebastien Tellier. The b-side is a bewitching and captivating "5:55" remix from "The Black Ghosts" (Simian's Simon Lord and The Wiseguys' Theo Keating).
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out of stock $5.19
5:55 (2xLP)
Cat: BEC 5772057. Rel: 16 Nov 06
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. 5:55
  2. AF607105
  3. The Operation
  4. Tel Que Tu Es
  5. The Songs That We Sing
  6. Beauty Mark
  7. Little Monsters
  8. Jamais
  9. Night Time Intermission
  10. Everything I Cannot See
  11. Morning Song
Review: Even without Charlotte Gainsbourg's musical heritage, the prospect of an album written and performed by Air, with lyrics by Jarvis Cocker (ex-Pulp) and Neil Hannon (The Divine Comedy) would be enough to entice most sensible music fans. But as a combination, 5:55 is far better than probably even the participants imagined it would be. The combination of Air's trademark glide complements Gainsbourg's voice (which is less singing and more melodic, breathy recitation), to the point where, had the lyrical input been less than stellar, this could easily have sent the listener to sleep. Instead, the emotional detachment in Gainsbourg's delivery acts as a foil to the passion presented in the lyrics. For their part, Cocker and Hannon excel with their trademark darkly humorous input- the passenger on a doomed flight in "AF407105", the surgery/seduction metaphor in "The Operation", or the venomous "Jamais" being particular standouts. Even though 5.55 bears all the hallmarks of its creators (if so inclined, one could see this as a new Air album, or imagine Cocker or Hannon singing the lyrics), it's even more than the sum of its parts and is almost certainly one of the best albums you'll hear in 2006 or beyond.
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out of stock $10.39
Rest (gatefold 2xLP + CD + insert)
Cat: 506052 5431524. Rel: 17 Nov 17
Indie
  1. Ring-A-Ring O' Roses (4:27)
  2. Lying With You (3:17)
  3. Kate (3:39)
  4. Deadly Valentine (6:05)
  5. I'm A Lie (3:26)
  6. Rest (3:40)
  7. Sylvia Says (4:27)
  8. Songbird In A Cage (4:31)
  9. Dans Vos Airs (3:33)
  10. Les Crocodiles (3:15)
  11. Les Oxalis (8:00)
  12. Ring-A-Ring O' Roses
  13. Lying With You
  14. Kate
  15. Deadly Valentine
  16. I'm A Lie
  17. Rest
  18. Sylvia Says
  19. Songbird In A Cage
  20. Dans Vos Airs
  21. Les Crocodiles
  22. Les Oxalis
Review: Charlotte Gainsbourg, daughter of Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin, worked tirelessly on 'Rest' for seven years before it was ready for release. The effect of this time spent in gestation is palpable, giving a sense of her meditative and contemplative process of songwriting. 'Rest' draws from a broad palette of sounds such as alt-rock and coldwave, with more upbeat moments of disco and pop. 'Rest' is an intensely personal album with emotional foundations in grief and family ties, and its deft structure and writing shows off Gainsbourg's ability to use light and shade - here as melancholy and hope - to powerful effect.
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Rest (CD)
Cat: 506052 5431517. Rel: 17 Nov 17
Indie
  1. Ring-A-Ring O' Roses
  2. Lying With You
  3. Kate
  4. Deadly Valentine
  5. I'm A Lie
  6. Rest
  7. Sylvia Says
  8. Songbird In A Cage
  9. Dans Vos Airs
  10. Les Crocodiles
  11. Les Oxalis
Review: Charlotte Gainsbourg, daughter of Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin, worked tirelessly on 'Rest' for seven years before it was ready for release. The effect of this time spent in gestation is palpable, giving a sense of her meditative and contemplative process of songwriting. 'Rest' draws from a broad palette of sounds such as alt-rock and coldwave, with more upbeat moments of disco and pop. 'Rest' is an intensely personal album with emotional foundations in grief and family ties, and its deft structure and writing shows off Gainsbourg's ability to use light and shade - here as melancholy and hope - to powerful effect.
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Cat: BEC 5161187. Rel: 20 Apr 12
Techno
  1. Jacques In The Box
  2. Our Futur (Loud disco mix)
Review: Laurent Garnier began the LBS (Live Booth Sessions or Loud Bass & Samples) concept in 2010, as a means of experimenting with live techniques. The crew incorporates Garnier himself, as well as Benjamin Rippert on keyboards and Scan X on machines. The Timeless EP begins with "Jacques In The Box" delivering a full-impact slice of techno sprinkled with surging synthesisers and climbing polyphonic key strokes. The percussion seems to melt into one element as the kick drum drives this fast, hard and slightly euphoric techno jam. Loud Disco's mix of "Our Futur" will surely capture the ears of any large crowd caught in the reverie of a darkened nightclub, with a notable chord progression and sharp, saturated snare drum.
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On The Beach (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: BEC 5161791. Rel: 21 Mar 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. On The Beach
  2. On The Beach (CFCF remix)
  3. On The Beach (Joakim's Cray76 remix)
  4. On The Beach (Principles Of Gemetry remix)
Review: When a Versatile artist is involved in something, somewhere, we hone in on it like a missile. Thankfully, Tigersushi boss Joakim has provided us with the usual dosage of gasoline for our listening engines and once again, the Frenchman has not disappointed us. Making his debut for his native Because Music, "On The Beach" sees the man in a slightly contemplative mood, delivering a pensive, vocoder-driven percussion workout - a true listening pleasure. CFCF inject a heftier dose of organic drumming to the equation, whilst Joakim's own Cray76 re-wiring opts for the all-out house flair, making this one a sure winner on the floor! But don't worry, Principles Of Geometry are there to rapidly re-form the track into a broken, totally wacked-out fusion of samples and eerie atmospherics. Dig in!
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out of stock $8.06
Helix (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: BEC 5161320. Rel: 17 Jan 13
Electro House
  1. Helix (extended)
  2. Presence
  3. Ohio
  4. Helix (Gesaffelstein Vision remix)
  5. Helix (Domenico Torti Headspin remix)
Review:  More than 18 months after their Audio, Video, Disco LP dropped, Justice's "Helix" finally gets a single release. It's a typical chunk of goodtime disco-stomp, like Daft Punk without the filter-heavy swing, or Cassius trying to rave in ill-fitting straightjackets. Remix-wise, Gesafellstein turns it into a crunchy electro banger - all heavy drum programming, cut-up yelps and murky riffs - while Parisian veteran Domenico Torti (once Dimitri From Paris's go-to "edit guy") cuts it up impressively, adding a dose of fuzzy funk to proceedings. For the heads, there are also two more downtempo bonus cuts, of which the effortlessly sweet "Ohio" is the pick.
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Audio Video Disco (gatefold 2xLP + CD)
Cat: BEC 5161064. Rel: 20 Oct 11
Electro House
  1. Horsepower
  2. Civilization
  3. Ohio
  4. Canon (Primo)
  5. Canon
  6. On'N'on
  7. Brianvision
  8. Parade
  9. New Lands
  10. Helix
  11. Audio, Video, Disco
  12. Horsepower
  13. Civilization
  14. Ohio
  15. Canon (Primo)
  16. Canon
  17. On'N'on
  18. Brianvision
  19. Parade
  20. New Lands
  21. Helix
  22. Audio, Video, Disco
Review: Judging by the overcrowded sweaty scenes in Dalston for the launch party of Justice's second album, the iconic French duo still retain a core number of fans - who will no doubt be eager to snap up this deluxe version of said album. Audio Video Disco comes in gatefold, silver embossed sleeve, holding both the double vinyl and CD versions of the eleven track album. Musically, this is an album that delves deeper into Gaspard and Xavier's passion for prog, marrying the jagged harshness of the 07 era when they ruled the roost with stadium sized ambition. It's probably one of this year's most divisive albums, but then Justice have always liked making a noise.
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Cat: BEC 5161063. Rel: 20 Oct 11
Electro House
  1. Horsepower
  2. Civilization
  3. Ohio
  4. Canon (Primo)
  5. Canon
  6. On'N'On
  7. Brianvision
  8. Parade
  9. New Lands
  10. Helix
  11. Audio, Video, Disco
Review: When the DVD/CD package A Cross The Universe appeared in 2008, nu-rave was in full swing and Justice were at the top of their game, knocking off noisy dancefloor anthems for fun. Three years on, Audio, Video, Disco finds them switching focus, quietly morphing into a powerpop combo with a warm new sound that blends the old (notably 60s, 70s and 80s rock and pop influences) with the new (their trademark electronics and dancefloor nous). Where there were once eye-popping dancefloor bangers, there are now perm-sporting synth-rock wig-outs, psychedelic prog-pop anthems and Beatles-on-pills singalongs. It's a surprising but highly enjoyable transformation.
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out of stock $12.23
New Lands (remixes) (12" + free MP3 download code)
Cat: BEC 5161234. Rel: 19 Jul 12
Electro House
  1. New Lands (Falcon remix)
  2. New Lands (live version)
  3. New Lands (A-Trak remix)
  4. New Lands (Sebastian remix)
Review: Voted the most air-guitar inciting track from their album Audio Video Disco, "New Lands" got the treatment from Falcon, A Trak and SebastiAn. While none of the takes require anywhere near as much air instrument frivolity, they all add a lot more dancefloor welly. Falcon goes for the rolling, filtered French funk approach, A Trak opts for an more abrasive, angular electro cut while Sebastian adds some much needed drama by opening with a long half step entry before breaking into the groove mid way. And there's a live version too! Very nice.
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out of stock $8.58
Phantom (1-sided etched 12" promo)
Cat: BEC 5772076/ED/BEC5772. Rel: 02 Mar 07
Electro House
  1. Phantom
Review: Justice brings a one sided teaser featuring much sought after dark track "Phantom". Very limited.
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out of stock $8.31
DANCE (12")
Cat: BEC 5772071. Rel: 04 May 07
Electro House
  1. DANCE (extended mix)
  2. BEAT
  3. DANCE (radio edit)
  4. PHANTOM
Review: You have to have balls to name your new single "DANCE", and in caps would you believe! But you can when you're called Justice and in all but three years have revolutionised dancefloors with tracks such as "We Are Your Friends" and "Waters Of Nazareth" as well as remixing Franz Ferdinand and Britney Spears with the same cheekiness. Imagine the audacity of fusing, in less than five minutes, the entire history of dance music: from the sexual liberation of seventies disco to the gimmicky black funk of Chic, from dark eighties house to the ecstatic electro which lit up nineties raves, not forgetting Daft Punk's French touch. The result would be "Dance".
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Intérprete: Avicii
out of stock $8.31
Woman (CD)
Cat: BEC 5156620. Rel: 18 Nov 16
Electro House
  1. Safe & Sound
  2. Pleasure
  3. Alakazam!
  4. Fire
  5. Stop
  6. Chorus
  7. Randy
  8. Heavy Metal
  9. Love S.O.S
  10. 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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Cat: BEC 5772130. Rel: 27 Jul 07
Electro House
  1. Dance (Do The JAHCB) (Jackson remix)
  2. Dance (Mstrkrft remix)
  3. Dance (live version)
  4. Dance (Alan Braxe & Fred Flake remix)
Review: Because Music brings you 'Dance (remixes)'. The biggest hit of this spring from Justice gets the remix treatments from Jackson, MSTRKRFT, and the duo of Alan Braxe and Fred Falke.
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Intérprete: Elegante
 in stock $5.72
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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Cat: BEC 5772165. Rel: 21 Nov 07
Rock (All)
  1. As Above So Below (Justice remix)
  2. As Above So Below (French version)
Review: UK indie rockers Klaxons have had "As Above So Below" remixed by cruising Parisian electro producers Justice. The result is this swoon worthy track which adds a definitive club appeal to the song.
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Cat: BEC 5772075. Rel: 02 Mar 07
Electro House
  1. Golden Skans (Sebastian remix)
  2. Golden Skans (Surkin remix)
  3. Golden Skans (Erol Elkan Extra Special remix)
Review: Klaxon's French exclusive 12" release features the reworks made by Ed Banger member Sebastian, and also includes a remix from Erol Alkan.
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Intérprete: Pete Tong
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Cat: BEC 5156679. Rel: 08 Feb 17
Pop
  1. Water Flow (3:30)
  2. Wit U (2:51)
  3. Don't Stop (3:50)
  4. Lend Me Another Name (2:59)
Review: Because Music is an independent record label based in Paris and London with a roll call that includes Metronomy, Manu Chao, Ed Banger Records, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Major Lazer and more. Next up for the label is Electronic pop duo from the Netherlands Klyne, who deliver the explosive bass driven R&B jam "Don't Stop" featuring super cool vocals reminiscent of Prince. The soulful electronic pop continues on the smooth and sexy deep house of "Water Flow" calling to mind the aesthetic of Crosstown Rebels or the HFN Music sound. The chilling and bittersweet closer "Lend Me Another Name" ends the EP in style with its neon lit synths, sultry guitar licks and precision beats.
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