Juno Daily

Music and tech news, interviews, features, reviews and more.

Visit Juno Daily

100% Compra Segura

Studio equipment

Our full range of studio equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.

Visit Juno Studio

100% Compra Segura

DJ equipment

Our full range of DJ equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices. Visit Juno DJ

new vinly this week
Mi Idioma
Mi Divisa
Your wishlist is empty
Items in wishlist:
Recently added:
Su carro está vacío
:
Recently added:
Ver el carro
Inicio  Labels  Four Flies Italy
Receive new release alerts for Four Flies Italy


Four Flies Italy Vinilo y CD

Browse the latest Vinyl & CD releases on Four Flies Italy
Similar labels:
Artículos del 1 al 39 de 39 en la página 1 de 1
Shine On
Cat: FLIES 4531. Rel: 16 Dec 21
Shine On (2:35)
Prohibition (3:14)
Review: Alessandro Alessandroni (often said to be the most famous whistle in the history of film thanks to appearing on famous spaghetti western 'A Fistful of Dollars') is a legendary composer and musician who very much had a big say in the characteristic sound of Italian soundtracks during the 60s and 70s. This lovely 7" from Four Flies showcases that with two well chosen cuts that have been taken from a dusty tape found in the great man's vault. 'Shine On' is superbly stylish funk with some seductive vocals and rolling drums all peppered with golden chords and dynamic horns. 'Prohibition' is a little more mellow but still features magic Rhodes and characterful horns.
Read more
 in stock $17.67
Afro Discoteca: Reworked & Reloved
Cat: FLIESDJ 06. Rel: 30 Jan 20
Afro Voodoo (feat Calibro 35 - Bovisa remix) (3:07)
Afro Darkness (PAd remix) (7:53)
Afro Discoteca (Jolly Mare Lifting) (5:44)
Afro Darkness (LUCA Quirky version) (6:03)
Review: Back in 2017, Four Flies Records unearthed and released a previously unheard "Afro-cosmic funk" EP from Italian soundtrack and library music legend Alessandro Alessandroni. Three years on, they've decided to give the 1978 recording the remix treatment. Bolissa and guests Calibra 35 kick things off with a densely percussive, out-of-this-world take on "Afro-Voodoo", before Pad re-imagines "Afro Darkness" as a chugging chunk of beatdown-disco laden with colossal chords, arpeggio bass and intergalactic electronics. Over on side B the "Jolly Mare Lifting" version of "Afro Discoteca" is a veritable leftfield disco stomper notable for its low-slung bass and spacey Moog lines, while Luca's "Quirky Version" of "Afro Darkness" is the kind of hallucinogenic, Marimba-tinged number that you can imagine Daniele Baldelli playing at the Cosmic Club circa 1981.
Read more
 in stock $20.56
L'Altro Dio
Cat: FLIES 4552. Rel: 01 Jun 23
L' Altro Dio (Titoli) (3:12)
L' Altro Dio (Seq 1) (3:08)
Review: Alessandro Alessandroni is a library music legend who set the blueprint for the genre early on and then managed to get even more famous because of providing the iconic whistle on famous spaghetti western 'A Fistful of Dollars'. The influential composer and musician had a big say in the world of soundtracks during the 60s and 70sFour Flies have often released his work or covers of it. The tunes on this 7" are taken from an obscure 1975 Italian film by Elio Bartolini. They walk the thin line between disco and funk and jazz-funk with big horn and rhythm sections. Both might have been lost forever if it weren't for the fact that this label put them on the now modern classic and hard to find compilations Esterno Notte and Esterno Giorno.
Read more
Tags: Italian | Jazz Funk
 in stock $16.35
Don't Give Up
Cat: RLV 4503. Rel: 09 Nov 23
Don't Give Up (feat Mounika) (2:29)
Tema Di Susie (1:35)
Review: As part of the RELOVED series from Four Flies - co-curated with fellow indie label Little Beat More - comes one of a handful new reinterpreted versions of Alessandro Alessandroni's 'Tema di Susie', the star soundtrack cut from the 1976 Italian noir film Sangue Di Sbirro. With the film regaling a gangland drama centring on revenge, passion, and the madness of love, Alessandroni's original minute-and-a-half-long cut is an eerily serene counterpoint to its themes and here appears alongside a new remix from French producer Mounika, who fleshes out the original cinematic-soul number's circa-140bpm headnod and serene flauting with beefier drums and wilder piano flourishes; this is a juxtaposition you can hear as clearly as day here, on this A-and-B'd delight.
Read more
 in stock $16.35
Spectrum (Soundtrack)
Cat: FLIES 62. Rel: 16 Nov 23
Skipass (5:39)
Voxson (4:32)
Studio 70 (4:49)
Killing (4:21)
Synthporn (4:23)
Blitz (3:51)
Redemption (4:01)
Review: .The last full length we had from Federico Amorosi and Valerio Lombardozzi, AKA Dressel Amorosi, was a pretty scary place to spend time. Themed around late-mid-20th Century Italian horror movies (see: Dario Argento), the record paid homage to the iconic sounds of that culture, but also refused to simply rehash the past. An atmospheric, spine-tingling collection of suspenseful synth-first stuff, it also benefited from landing around the same time as a new Stranger Things series. A year on and things are now on a slightly less tense route. Spectrum is still looking to offer thanks to the Italian film industry as was a few decades back - specifically for gifting us so many amazing soundtracks. But this time round we're much closer to the glam and glitz of a Roma Italo party than anything like the Upside Down, while still packing depth and atmosphere.
Read more
Intérprete: Gumshoe
 in stock $29.52
Notte Inchiesta
Cat: FLIES 4546. Rel: 20 Apr 23
Notte Inchiesta (3:34)
Equilibrio (2:32)
Sambuca (2:05)
Review: Roman producer Gaetano 'Gaeimago' Ciciriello aka Azzurro 80 debuted on Four Flies in 2021 and is already a firm favourite whose first EP was so successful it quickly got re-pressed. Now he is back with more lush sounds inspired by the 80s Italian library scene and informed by his love of a faded blue colour from which he takes his name. 'Notte Inchiesta' is a jazzy cosmic wonder with gentle Mediterranean grooves and laid-back cool, then 'Equilibrio' carries on the trip but once the sun has set with bubbling house drums and tumbling synth colours. 'Sambuca' shuts down with grand strings making for a sentimental and cinematic ambient sound.
Read more
 in stock $16.62
Living Disco Club
Cat: FLIES 4542. Rel: 07 Apr 22
Living Disco Club (4:16)
Living Disco Club (Tonico70 Reloved) (4:24)
Review: Banda Male was a collective that formed in a home studio in Salerno, one of the historic districts in the South Italy. It was the initiative of composer and keys man Peppe Maiellano and rapper, DJ and producer Tonico Settanta. The rest of the cast is ever rotating and the music they make is a lively mix of disco, funk and soul with signature Italo melodies. This new single is taken from their June 2021 album UFO Bar and is a low slung number with a steamy vocal and a somewhat sleazy bassline. 'Living Disco Club' (Tonico 70 Reloved) then slows it down further with even more twirling melodies.

Read more
Intérprete: Voodoocuts, PiCOSSU, LEGO EDIT
 in stock $16.08
UFO Bar (LP)
Cat: FLIES 49. Rel: 03 Jun 21
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
Fornellesse (3:41)
Ufo Bar (4:36)
Living Disco Club (4:15)
Mmiezz 'A Via (4:09)
P'ciel, P'mar, P'terr (feat Tonico 70) (4:11)
2010 (4:15)
Ago (4:29)
Sunday Embarcadero (4:22)
Review: Hailing from Salerno in Southern Italy, Bando Maje present their debut album on Four Flies Records. UFO Bar paints a picture of the pair's interests and experiences such as the local landscape, Neapolitan music, Italian soundtracks from the 70s, as well as B-movies, a passion for vinyl and cassette mixtapes, and afternoons spent watching third-division football. Peppe Maiellano (composer and keyboards) and Tonico Settanta (producer, rapper and DJ) head up the collective, featuring a revolving cast of members, all of whom are a bit like the lively port city they are from.
Read more
 in stock $28.46
Cover Me
Cover Me (limited 7")
Cat: DJSCH 06. Rel: 05 Dec 22
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
Cover Me (feat Blacc El) (3:58)
Cover Me (The Rebel & Shiny D remix) (3:06)
Review: For those in the know, this new collab between veteran Portuguese DJ and producer Dedy Dread and fast-rising Hawaiian singing star Olivia Ruff has been a long time coming. But it was worth the wait. The opener 'Cover Me' features Ruff's, well, slightly rough - or at least gravelly - vocals over a rhythm and bass instrumental. It's accented with wispy chords, neat little guitar riffs and crunchy claps. Flip it over and you'll find a remix by label founder The Rebel and Roman pianist and producer Shiny D. Their version is a modern update with brilliant reggaeton rhythms.
Read more
Intérprete: LEGO EDIT
 in stock $18.72
Quero Ver Voce Dancar
Cat: DJSCH 04. Rel: 19 Nov 20
Quero Ver Voce Dancar (feat Keila Abeid) (3:40)
Quero Ver Voce Dancar (Mo Horizons Ella remix) (4:10)
Quero Ver Voce Dancar (instrumental) (3:38)
Quero Ver Voce Dancar (Mo Horizons Keila remix) (4:07)
Quero Ver Voce Dancar (Keila acappella) (3:18)
 in stock $8.96
Oasi Nella Giungla
Cat: RLV 4504. Rel: 08 Jun 23
Dengue Dengue Dengue - "Oasi Nella Giungla" (4:21)
Giuliano Sorgini - "Oasi Nella Giungla" (2:51)
Review: Library musician Giuliano Sorgini originally wrote music for films, TV and documentaries, and between 1974 and 1976 he laid the foundations for this jungly rhythmic opus. Then in 1975, meandering through a series of animal calls and wild forested textures, a series of entrancing rhythmic pieces emerged from the dark. The collectors' favourite Africa Oscura is now reissued via Four Flies, and is the impeccable album from which these two choice, mix-worthy cuts come.
Read more
 in stock $16.62
Cat: FLIES 4554. Rel: 12 Oct 23
Synthporn (4:24)
Cargo (3:35)
Review: Italy's foremost investigator of 60s and 70s library music and jazz fusion sounds can do no wrong if you ask us. Everything they put out is sumptuous whether it's an old reissue or a new outing. Here we have the pair of bassist Federico Amorosi and keys, synth and programming wizard Valerio Lombardozzi cooking up some brilliant blends of cosmic funk and Italo disco, all with fresh flavours from soundtracks and synthporn from days gone. The A-side is an instrumental with a lush mid-tempo groove and the flip has a more infectious dance sound.
Read more
 in stock $17.92
Music On Canvas: Selected Library Music Works 1971-1984
Cat: FLIES 51. Rel: 13 Oct 22
Situazione (2:25)
Afro Vocal (2:37)
Opening (1:57)
Tropical Dream (3:14)
Southern Traffic (1:58)
Vocal Blues (1:46)
The Island Of Secrets (3:52)
Etere (3:16)
Nuvole Che Passano (3:56)
Discoteca (2:45)
Arapuru (3:32)
Savannah Song (3:29)
 in stock $31.62
La Poliziotta (Soundtrack)
Cat: FLIES 4539. Rel: 19 May 22
Rhythm & Sex (1:58)
Step By Step (2:50)
Review: We've been served a good banquet of dance reissues from classic Italian film soundtracks of late, and Gianni Ferrio's 'La Poliziotta' is one of the best of the bunch. Combining two choice cuts from mysterious film director Stefano Vanzina's aka. Steno's sexy detective film 'La Poliziotta', this 7" reissue is a finger-clicking, jazz-swinging foray through instrumental funk.
Read more
 in stock $16.35
Pelle Di Luna
Cat: FLIES 4527. Rel: 12 Jan 23
Pelle Di Luna (3:06)
Peluche (2:57)
Review: Four Flies Records has been on a real roll of late, from much-needed reissues of sunny Balearic funk to original albums of broken beat. This time out we get the brilliantly Balearic works of Franco Essa on a 45rpm that have you won over the second you see the delicious cover art. 'Pelle Di Luna' kicks off with innocent melodies and retro-future jazz funk production as well as some nice deep and rolling beats. The vocals that appear are heart-melting and perfect for a beach or bar. 'Peluche' is a romantic downtempo ode to late-night lovers and lounge music fans.
Read more
 in stock $16.62
Wait For Me Aspiettame (Re Edit)
Wait For Me Aspiettame (Re Edit) (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: FLIES 4549. Rel: 29 Sep 22
Wait For Me - Aspiettame (re-edit) (3:16)
Wait For Me - Aspiettame (re-edit - instrumental version) (3:11)
Review: The Four Flies label brings together two disparate sounds here on a delightful 7". Salifornian funk collective Banda Maje are in fine form as they add their own vibes to 'Wait For Me' which is a lush disco-funk joint by Canadian multi-instrumentalist Franky Selector. It first appeared on his well-regarded Never Better album and is a world gem with thrilling Afro guitars, warming house drums and sunny synth sounds all topped off with great call and response vocals. An instrumental appears on the flip for a more direct to dance floor vibe.
Read more
Intérprete: Voodoocuts
 in stock $16.62
Tema Di Susie Reloved
Cat: RLV 02. Rel: 09 Nov 23
Tema Di Susie Reloved
Tema Di Susie Reloved (Banda Maje vocal Retouch)
Review: Tema di Susie' is one of the main themes from the soundtrack composed by Alessandro Alessandroni for the 1976 Italian noir film Sangue di sbirro, known in English as Blood and Bullets, as well as Knell, Bloody Avenger (the Susie in the original title refers to the female love interest of the film's hero, who is on a mission to seek revenge for the gangland murder of his policeman father). At once sweet and sentimental, haunting and melancholic, 'Tema di Susie' stands out from the other tracks in the film, which are more action oriented. Like the rest of the score, however, it exemplifies the way in which, during the 70s, Italian film composers created their own version of the sound of American blaxploitation cinema, with its groovy blend of funk, jazz, and soul. Here, Neapolitan duo Fratelli Malibu have taken Alessandroni's melodic theme and woven it into a mesmerizing tapestry of rhythmic beats, world percussion and ethereal atmospheres. Drawing inspiration from funk/Afrobeat, synth-pop and Italo-disco, they've conjured a psychedelic-tinged, afro-cosmic groove that's bound to transport you to another dimension. Doubling that fun comes a vocal retouch version, courtesy of the Italian funk/soul collective Banda Maje, on the B-side.
Read more
Intérprete: Manu Archeo, LEGO EDIT
 in stock $18.72
Autumn 2021
Cat: RLV 4501. Rel: 30 Mar 23
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
Autumn 2021 (3:36)
Autumn 2001 (3:38)
Review: It might be summer 2023 as we write this but it's Autumn 2021 for the Free Robots. This 7" is part of the Time Flies labels removed series where today's producers rework yesterday's classics from the world of Italian golden age soundtracks and library music. This focusses on music from a 1978 album Futuribile by Gianni Safred, a talented pianist and electronic producer. It is a woozy mix of jazz drums and hip hop rhythms with spaced out synth work and experimental effects. The flipside features the original version which is more retro-future and spaced out with less dynamic rhythms.

Read more
 in stock $16.62
The Great Escape
Cat: FLIES 56. Rel: 07 Apr 22
Eva (5:02)
It's OK (feat Sera Kalo) (3:05)
In My Feelings (feat Sera Kalo) (4:01)
What Then (feat Sera Kalo) (4:06)
Interlude (2:17)
Ethics Of The Sun (3:25)
Somewhere (feat Sera Kalo) (4:06)
Small Great Natural Escape (1:44)
Kurbis (9:35)
 in stock $21.96
New Levels
Cat: RLV 4502. Rel: 25 Jan 24
Hip Hop/R&B
Koralle - "New Levels" (feat Illa J) (2:49)
Modern Sound Quartet - "Chartreuse" (2:33)
Review: An Italian library gem reimagined by beatmaker Koralle and rapper Illa J. An indelible new instalment in Four Flies' Reloved series, 'New Levels / Chartreuse', comes bundled with the original instrumental from late 70s Italian ensemble Modern Sound Quartet. With the aim of the series in mind - which is to put a modern and urban spin on tunes from Italian golden age soundtracks and library music - Koralle deploys his unique jazz-funk sound to create a smooth and stylish hip-hop beat to which Illa J adds irresistible swag and coolness. More than a remix, 'New Levels' takes 'Chartreuse' into the world of contemporary hip-hop and rap.
Read more
 in stock $16.87
Italia: Ultimo Atto? (Soundtrack)
Cat: FLIES 58. Rel: 02 Sep 22
Sequence 1 (5:25)
Sequence 2 (4:19)
Sequence 3 (2:43)
Sequence 4 (1:51)
Sequence 5 (3:21)
Sequence 6 (5:05)
Sequence 7 (4:02)
Sequence 8 (2:33)
Sequence 9 (0:59)
Sequence 10 (5:43)
 in stock $31.37
UFO Bossa
Cat: FLIES 4545. Rel: 02 Mar 23
Ufo Bossa (4:17)
Intergalactic Porno Scene (3:07)
Review: Larry Manteca brings some uptempo bossa brilliance here to the always well worth checking Four Flies label out of Italy. The Milan-based producer brings classy yet party-starting vibes to this one with clarinet-funk driving thing forward with elements of jazz, soul, library and erotic scores all colouring the airwaves. This is the artist's first ever 7" record and what a record it is: 'Ufo Bossa' is rich in lounge-style sounds with boss rhythms and clacking hits under a soulful female vocal from Yasmine Zekr. 'Intergalactic Porno Scene' on the backside might be the best name tune we have ever heard as well as being a nice libidinous bit of cosmic space funk.
Read more
 in stock $16.62
Zombie Mandingo
Cat: FLIES 67. Rel: 08 Feb 24
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
Zombie Mandingo (4:19)
Tuareg Road (3:22)
Blue Eyes (2:27)
Ritual (3:41)
Around The Island (3:53)
Love & Bones (3:40)
Voodoo Hunter (2:22)
Hanuman (4:39)
Zombie Mandingo (Trailer music) (1:28)
Review: Larry Manteca's Zombie Mandingo album arrived back in 2013 and in the danced plus has only ever been available digitally. Now it makes its debut on wax and remains a bold listen that was devised as a soundtrack to a non-existent exploitation film. It fuses funk, jazz, and Afrobeat influences with plenty of niche cinematic references such as the zombies in Lucio Fulci's horrors and Umberto Lenzi's cannibalistic adventures. The resulting mash up is beguiling to say the least with horror-tinged exotica next to Fela Kuti rhythms and elements of Italian Library music and colourful psychedelia. A boundary pushing work to say the least.
Read more
 in stock $28.74
Paesaggi (limited LP)
Cat: FLIES 52A. Rel: 24 Feb 22
Prime Nebbie (3:42)
Nel Parco (3:02)
Risaie (5:12)
Lungo Il Canale (1:13)
Ciliegi In Fiore (2:54)
Oriente Rosso (1:16)
Pianure D'Asia (3:03)
Tanto Lontano (4:16)
Borgo Montano (2:01)
Laguna Tropicale (4:04)
Vecchie Strade (3:46)
Porta D'Oriente (2:16)
 in stock $41.12
Nella Misura In Cui (Soundtrack)
Cat: FLIES 48. Rel: 15 Jul 21
The Joint (4:38)
Mercato Di Portorico (3:18)
Joining Together (4:00)
How Wonderful You Are (4:28)
La Seduzione (1:51)
Mercato Di Portorico (alternative take) (3:35)
La Spiaggia Di Ulisse (3:01)
Joining Together (instrumental) (3:23)
Visions (3:57)
 in stock $23.02
Black Lights
Cat: FLIES 4541. Rel: 07 Jul 22
Black Lights (3:17)
Black Lights (Flute version) (3:55)
Review: The elusive Minus Group was a mysterious outfit that was headed up by the multi-instrumentalist Enzo Minuti who is also known as Ezy Minus. They recorded this superbly good psyched-out and dubbed up masterpiece in 1981 and here both sides offer the same tune in different arrangements. There is more of an afro vibe to the opener with great sax and synth phrasings and vocals from a choir that are weirdly processed. On the flip is a more downtempo mix for Carribean and chilled out vies. They are both versatile and sure to liven up any club.
Read more
Intérprete: Juno Recommends Jazz
 in stock $16.62
The Lem Tales: Chapter One
Cat: FLIESDJ 11. Rel: 10 Feb 22
Project Gemini (3:34)
Capsule Communicator (4:10)
EMU (3:34)
Saturn V (3:56)
Mercury Seven (3:35)
Tranquillity Base (3:25)
Intérprete: Juno Recommends Jazz
 in stock $22.94
Provaci Anche Tu Lionel
Cat: FLIES 4553. Rel: 01 Jun 23
Provaci Anche Tu Lionel (Poliziesco) (1:36)
Provaci Anche Tu Lionel (Indagine) (1:03)
Provaci Anche Tu Lionel (Discoteca) (2:48)
Review: This is another fine addition to the Four Flies 45 series: it is a first-ever 7" taken from one of the few soundtracks that legendary producer and composer Paolo Ormi ever wrote (namely a rather underwhelming parody of Woody Allen's Play It Again, Sam). He is best known for his mix of Italian funk, disco and library music, both for underground labels but also stars like Raffaella Carra. All three of the instrumentals here are seriously funky - two of them have actually been put out before as part of this label's hard-to-find compilations Esterno Notte and Esterno Giorno.

Read more
 in stock $16.62
Un Uomo Dalla Pelle Dura
Cat: FLIES 4551. Rel: 21 Sep 23
The Riff (1:20)
Bossa Party (3:41)
Review: Latest in the Italian soundtrack reissues crop comes this pair of tracks from the soundtrack of Un Uomo Dalla Pelle Dura (The Boxer), a 1972 film directed by Franco Prosperi and starring Robert Blake and Catherine Spaak. Composed by Carlo Pes - who was also the guitarist of the infamous quartet I Marc 4, who probably played on this session as well - 'The Riff' and 'Bossa Party' are are light-footed, drum-led funk number and a piano-led supernova respectively. Perfect accompaniments for the subject of a disgruntled boxer fighting for his dignity.
Read more
 in stock $17.92
La Novizia (Soundtrack)
Cat: FLIES 53. Rel: 19 May 22
Interno Notte (3:44)
Fiore Rosso (4:56)
Pelle Morbida (2:44)
Attimi Di Tenerezza (1:45)
Carefree (1:45)
Carefree (#2) (1:57)
Night Blues (4:19)
Free Dimension (2:22)
Canto Notturno (4:19)
Dolore E Speranza (1:46)
Interno Notte (#2) (3:31)
Attimi Di Tenerezza (#2) (1:30)
Review: Translated into English, The Novice is a 1975 Italian movie about a young chap returning to his provincial hometown to visit his dying uncle, who is being cared for by a night nurse who also happens to be a novice nun, played by the remarkably beautiful and seductive Gloria Guida. An erotic comedy, you can guess where the plot goes, but the casting of Lionel Stander as ageing relative is interesting.

The US actor was memorialised in Eric Bentley's play Are You Now Or Have You Ever Been after his famously uncooperative testimony before the House of Un-American Activities, responsible for exposing communists in the early days of the Cold War. Subsequently blacklisted from TV, film, and radio in his homeland, he eventually moved to Europe, first setting up shop in London, where he would make flicks for decades, often pretty obscure ones. This is one, and the music is wonderfully kitsch, Wurlitzer-packed elevator stuff, so if that's your bag so is this.
Read more
 in stock $31.37
Rebel Music
Cat: DJSCH 05. Rel: 28 Oct 21
Hip Hop/R&B
The Rebel - "Rebel Music" (feat Danno) (3:02)
The Rebel - "Rebel Music" (instrumental) (2:59)
Danno - "Rebel Music" (acappella) (3:00)
The Rebel - "Body Rockin'" (feat The Good People) (3:47)
The Rebel - "Body Rockin'" (feat The Good People - Ice One Hip Hop Room remix) (3:42)
The Rebel - "Body Rockin'" (Ice One Hip Hop Room remix - instrumental) (3:44)
Review: Danno is the renegade master of Roman hip-hop and is part of the pioneering underground crew Colle Der Fomento. The Rebels instrumentals form the basis of his rhymes here while New York hip hop duo The Good People also appear on track two, 'Body Rockin', to bring some classic US styles to this package. Their tune is then remixed by another Italian hip hop legend on Ice One. This then is a package that brings together two different worlds, one more well known than the other for its hip hop, but the Italian team really do represent here and the whole thing fits together like two sides of the same NYC subway line.
Read more
 in stock $17.58
Electronic Designs
Cat: FLIES 61. Rel: 20 Apr 23
Automatic Age (2:32)
Mystification (3:44)
City Problems (3:05)
Spheres (3:07)
Trapdoor (3:01)
Hasty Chant (3:16)
Elastic Points (3:22)
Sacred Interlude (3:06)
Jazz Motion Study (3:16)
Planetarium (3:22)
Bottom Up (3:12)
Poe's Clock (3:22)
 in stock $31.11
Scappo Per Cantare (remastered)
Cat: FLIES 60. Rel: 05 Oct 23
Scogliere (3:01)
Concentrazione (1:50)
Calle Veneziana (2:15)
Desolazione (4:06)
Mordente (1:32)
Fantocci Vivi (2:45)
Con Amore (3:02)
Scappo (3:07)
Genocidio (1:11)
Fendente (1:35)
Per Cantare (2:31)
Scogliere (2a versione) (3:01)
Review: One of Giuliano Sorgini's finest and most sought-after titles, Scappo Per Cantare, is finally available as an official LP reissue, and the first ever to be remastered from the original tapes. Originally released in 1971 on the small library music imprint FAMA - which operated as a sub-label of RCA Italy - the record contains the original music written for Scappo Per Cantare, a small, pseudo-psychedelic 'musicarello' (musical comedy film) broadcast on RAI television. Despite this seemingly innocuous commission, the music - though he's uncredited, it was made in collaboration close confidant Alessandro Alessandroni - is incredibly surreal, and a psychedelic treat for anyone seeking crisp, chordophonal-compositional mastery distilled on record.
Read more
 in stock $31.62
Cat: FLIES 57. Rel: 17 Nov 22
Hip Hop/R&B
Vic'l (3:59)
Fantasie (feat Banda Maje) (3:47)
Doppia Chance (3:19)
Italia '90 (feat Morfuco) (3:04)
Quaquaraqua (3:55)
Sai Comm'e (feat Funky Pushertz) (4:16)
Vir' Buon' (3:27)
Gent' Antic' (3:22)
For' For' (3:20)
The Revolution Will Not Be Telefonin' (2:45)
 in stock $24.25
L'Uomo Elettronico: Cosmic Electronic Environments From An Italian Synth Music Maestro 1972-1983
Roma Amor (2:35)
Soundmaker Blues (4:05)
Elettrone (1:32)
Fruitori (2:43)
Lavorazione A Mare (6:17)
Batticuore (2:49)
Danza Magica (2:10)
Attivita (2:29)
Sinistro Carillon (2:47)
Pianeta Spento (4:10)
Apocalisse Atomica (1:42)
Civilta Lontane (2:35)
Dolomiti (4:14)
Eliogabalus (2:32)
Lavoro Nero (2:30)
Description (2:04)
Review: Piero Umiliani is a cult electronic musician who released his greatest album 20 years ago on Easy Tempo. On it, Umiliani experimented in his Sound Work Shop studio on all sorts of analogue machines and now, decades later, his legacy lives on with this new record, L'Uomo Elettronico. It is made up of three previously unreleased tracks, plus rarities and hidden gems, all composed between 1972 and 1983 and remastered from the original analogue tapes. They show a lighter, more playful side to the artist with singing synths, hissing hi hats and snaking rhythms that make for fascinating listening.
Read more
Intérprete: Ali Renault
 in stock $32.43
Angeli Bianchi Angeli Neri
Cat: FLIES 4544. Rel: 13 Jul 23
Saudade (1:26)
Macumba (2:20)
Review: One of several products of the relationship between Piero Umiliani and film director Luigi Scattini, Angeli Bianchi... Angeli Neli - also known as Witchcraft 70 - exemplifies what was so good about the partnership between filmmaker and film scorer. A mondo movie, which were a specific sub genre of exploitation flicks and documentaries, often made to look like works of non-fiction, while this isn't Cannibal Holocaust, one of the most notorious in the canon, it certainly paints a questionable picture of Brazil's rural communities. Supposedly heading out into small town South America to observe witchcraft, black magic and ritual practices, the soundtrack itself does its best to try and evoke the spirits presented on screen, even when heard separate to the visual narrative. Here in abridged form (the full soundtrack is also available), the two tracks are influenced by Bossa nova and samba, but with so much wilder happening.'Saudade' opens on spectacular vocal-led stuff, before 'Macumba' places voice as secondary to complex and hypnotic drum patterns.
Read more
Tags: Brazilian | Samba
 in stock $16.35
Africamore: The Afro Funk Side Of Italy 1973-1978
Cat: FLIES 65. Rel: 22 Mar 24
Walter Rizzati - "L'Unica Chance"
Chrisma - "Amore"
I Robots - "Tabu Tuba" (part 1)
Luca D'Ammonio - "Oh Caron"
Ramasandiran Somusundaram - "Contrabbando Di Fagioli"
Jean Paul & Angelique - "Africa Sound"
Weyman Corporation - "Kumbayero"
African Revival - "Soul Makossa"
Lara Saint Paul - "The Voodoo Lady"
Beryl Cunningham - "Why O"
Augusto Martelli & The Real McCoy - "Calorie"
Prognosi Riservata - "M.A.A.G.O."
Review: Continuing Four Flies' dedication to delving into lesser-explored periods of Italian music, Africamore: The Afro-Funk Side of Italy (1973-1978) takes us on a captivating carpet-ride into the intersection of Afro-funk and the Italian soundscape prevalent in the six years between 1973 and 1978 - a time when disco was still in its nascence, and the nightclub market was rapidly expanding. Bottling the critical moment at which DJs such as Dave Mancuso discovered Manu Dibango's 'Soul Makossa' - with classics such like Jean Paul & Angelique's 'Africa Sound' and Nat King Cole's 'Calypso Blues' following as floor-bound hits - all these productions pushed the boundaries of dance music at a time when disco had not yet taken over.
Read more
Intérprete: LEGO EDIT
Tags: Afro Funk | Italian
Pre-orders at Juno

This vinyl is available for pre-order at Juno, for shipping on the release date. You won’t be charged until the order is despatched.

We'll keep you informed of your order at every stage, and let you know if the release date changes.

If the price of the item drops before it's released, you will pay the lower price, but if it increases, you'll only pay the price you see today.

If you also include in-stock items on your order, they’ll be charged and shipped within 24 hours as usual.
est. release 22 Mar 24 $35.85
(No payment required now - pay when released)
Africamore: The Afro Funk Side Of Italy 1973-1978
Cat: FLIES 65CD. Rel: 22 Mar 24
Walter Rizzati - "L'Unica Chance"
Chrisma - "Amore"
Robots - "Tabu Tuba" (part 1)
Luca D'Ammonio - "Oh Caron"
Ramasandiran Somusundaram - "Contrabbando Do Fagioli"
Jaen Paul & Angelique - "Africa Sound"
Weyman Corporation - "Kumbayero"
African Revival - "Soul Makossa"
Lara Saint Paul - "The Voodoo Lady"
Beryl Cunningham - "Why O"
Augusto Matrtelli & The Real McCoy - "Calories"
Prognosi Riservata - "M A A G G O"
Review: Four Flies continue their mission to plunge Italy's funk-historical depths. The pinnacle of their search so far for the sure-to-exist pearly gems on the sands thereunder is the new Africamore compilation, which homes in like a heat-seeking torpedo on the particular Afro- ends of the funk sound prevalent in the nation, in the crucial years between 1973 and 1978. This period was notable for its facilitating fertile ground for the emerging discotheque market in Italy at the time. From psychedelic-tinged tunes like Jean Paul & Angelique's 'Africa Sound' to Afrobeat-esque club banger 'Kumbayero' by Albert Verrecchia; from groundbreaking Afro-cosmics like Chrisma's 'Amore to mind-blowing floor-fillers like Beryl Cunningham's 'Why O', this is a multivalent compilation, among the best out there to document the burblings of that crosswise stew of disco, funk, electro and world musics.
Read more
Pre-orders at Juno

This CD is available for pre-order at Juno, for shipping on the release date. You won’t be charged until the order is despatched.

We'll keep you informed of your order at every stage, and let you know if the release date changes.

If the price of the item drops before it's released, you will pay the lower price, but if it increases, you'll only pay the price you see today.

If you also include in-stock items on your order, they’ll be charged and shipped within 24 hours as usual.
est. release 22 Mar 24 $18.45
(No payment required now - pay when released)
Il Tempo Degli Assassini (Soundtrack)
Cat: FLIES 37. Rel: 16 Dec 21
Escape (2:03)
In The Space (2:17)
Discoteque Music (1:25)
In The Country (3:16)
Season Of Assassins (3:14)
Escape #2 (1:53)
Leave It Behind (3:15)
Gang Leader (3:25)
Dancing (1:12)
Upsetting (2:03)
Gang Leader - M15 (3:05)
$32.43 SAVE 12%
 in stock $28.54
Artículos del 1 al 39 de 39 en la página 1 de 1
Cart subtotal: