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Cat: RS 028CD. Rel: 01 Nov 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Brunswick Hustle
  2. Addicted
  3. Fluid Motion
  4. NYP
  5. Tempted
  6. Reprise
  7. True Love
  8. Echoplex
  9. Backfoot
  10. Crystal Hills
  11. Impermanence
  12. Push & Pull
  13. Flowers
Review: Two years have passed since Melbourne collective 30/70 released "Elevation", a superb mini album on Rhythm Section International that showcased their unique and hard-to-pigeonhole fusions of neo-soul, hip-hop, jazz, spoken word and broken beat. Here they return to Bradley Zero's much-admired imprint with arguably their most expansive release to date. It's another wonderfully creative, loose-limbed and hard to pin-down affair, with highlights including the wild contemporary jazz-meets-bruk brilliance of "Reprise", the slick jazz-funk/hip-hop fusion of "Echoplex", the fizzing live drum and bass dreaminess of "Crystal Hills" and the heady soul righteousness of "NYP".
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Cat: RS 028LP. Rel: 01 Nov 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Brunswick Hustle (1:45)
  2. Addicted (3:57)
  3. Fluid Motion (3:47)
  4. NYP (4:51)
  5. Tempted (3:46)
  6. Reprise (2:24)
  7. Echoplex (2:10)
  8. Backfoot (3:18)
  9. Crystal Hills (2:30)
  10. Impermanence (4:44)
  11. Push & Pull (5:41)
  12. Flowers (5:07)
Review: Two years have passed since Melbourne collective 30/70 released "Elevation", a superb mini album on Rhythm Section International that showcased their unique and hard-to-pigeonhole fusions of neo-soul, hip-hop, jazz, spoken word and broken beat. Here they return to Bradley Zero's much-admired imprint with arguably their most expansive release to date. It's another wonderfully creative, loose-limbed and hard to pin-down affair, with highlights including the wild contemporary jazz-meets-bruk brilliance of "Reprise", the slick jazz-funk/hip-hop fusion of "Echoplex", the fizzing live drum and bass dreaminess of "Crystal Hills" and the heady soul righteousness of "NYP".
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Elevate (12")
Cat: RS 020. Rel: 25 Oct 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Slangin (4:45)
  2. Lucid (1:02)
  3. Nu Spring (4:20)
  4. Breaking (For This World To Change) (6:01)
  5. Misrepresented (4:17)
  6. Get To Me (1:17)
  7. Steady Hazin (4:58)
  8. Takin Me Back (3:12)
Review: We've long felt that there's something in the water down in Melbourne. Australia's second city is home to a surprisingly high number of talented producers, musicians and DJs. The latest outfit primed for international success is 30/70, a nine-piece collective that's has been doing its thing since the middle of the decade. Elevate, their first 12" for Rhythm Section International, offers an expansive showcase for their genre-bending, fusion-heavy style, where bustling jazz instrumentation and seriously soulful vocals are effortlessly blended with elements of Afrobeat, jazz-funk, broken beat, hip-hop and hazy downtempo grooves. It's a deliciously warm and summery set of tracks, all told, suggesting that 30/70 will be a force to be reckoned with for years to come.
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Cat: RS 008. Rel: 11 May 19
Deep House
  1. Trust Is Key (5:40)
  2. Observe (4:50)
  3. Midnight In Peckham (7:02)
  4. Luxury Motivation (5:51)
Review: Chaos In The CBD have quietly been building an impressive reputation for some time, with releases on Hot Haus, Amadeus and Needwant all hitting the spot. Here they transfer to Bradley Zero's Rhythm Section International with what's arguably their most mature and musically expansive EP to date. There's a decidedly dusty, eyes-closed deep house feel throughout, with hypnotic grooves laden with all manner of neat, often jazz inspired touches. This is perhaps most obvious on the St Germain style jazz-house goodness of "Observe" - all skipping cymbals, bouncy grooves and killer pianos - but can also be found on the deeper "Observe". It's there, too, on the lilting brilliance of "Midnight In Peckham" - think yearning trumpets and twinkling piano motifs - and the blissful "Luxury Motivation".
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Cat: RS 029LP. Rel: 29 Apr 20
Deep House
  1. Red Dawn (2:13)
  2. Home Time (3:55)
  3. Opacity (4:11)
  4. Hyper Lace (3:14)
  5. Orion's Belt & Beyond (3:51)
  6. Interlude Sly 2009 (0:48)
  7. The Juice (feat Andrew Ashong) (6:32)
  8. Get Away (5:22)
  9. If I Was God (2:22)
  10. Ghost In The Forest (2:48)
  11. Atmosphere (feat Yazmin Lacey) (3:26)
  12. Interlude: Interlude (0:50)
  13. Deep Space (8:06)
  14. Interlude: Til Next Time (0:29)
Review: Simeon Jones and Nathanael Williams impressed with their 2017 debut on Breaker Breaker, so hopes are high for their first full-length excursion on Rhythm Section International. There's a loose concept behind it - it was inspired by the idea that "all black people are from Mars" - but this only seems to exist as an excuse for the pair to utilize spacey analogue synths, nods towards 1970s space funk and an overall afro-futurist flex that draws together a variety of interconnected styles (think spacey hip-hop, jazz-funk, organic deep house and far-sighted electronica). It's a quietly Impressive set all told, with the pair making great use of a string of high-profile (and hugely talented) guest performers, including sticks-man Yussef Dayes, Andrew Ashong and Yazmin Lacey.
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Intérprete: ReeKee (Wrong Notes)
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Cat: RS 001. Rel: 13 Feb 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Grenada Special
  2. Cameroun Central
  3. Big Bags
  4. Nankoo On Keys (feat Reginald Omas Mamode)
  5. Cigar Box
  6. Outernational
  7. Live At Central Hotel
  8. Columbian Special
  9. Muscavado Sounds
  10. Peru Timing
  11. Babai
Review: With just a few low-key releases behind him, you'd be forgiven for not being familiar with the work of South London beatmaker Al Dobson Jnr. Such a situation will undoubtedly soon change with Dobson Jnr primed to release album length projects on IZWID and Rhythm Section International, two fledgling labels associated with respected selectors. Before Sounds from the Village Vol.1 drops on the former (overseen by KUTMAH) the man called Al inaugurates the latter label, an extension of the Rhythm Section club night hosted by Boiler Room's Bradley Zero. Despite his status as a South London celebrity, Zero is a steadfast supporter of his local roots and the vinyl format so it's great to see him offering Dobson Jnr the platform to shine. And shine he does on Rye Lane Vol 1, a wonderful 11 track collection that is comparable in execution and mood to Mo Kolour's sublime debut.
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Cat: RS 027. Rel: 09 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. Contact (Underground track) (6:45)
  2. Daze (feat Simeon Jones) (5:18)
  3. Special Names (5:48)
  4. Morph (6:22)
Review: A classic from start to end - FYI Chris step forward with their finest cuts to date for the homies at RS INTL. Chris Coupe and Chris Watson are back with a feel good EP for the summer. They look to the sounds of New York City's fabled ballroom/vogue scene on the tough bass-heavy bounce of "Contact" (Underground Track) and followed by the evocative deep house of "Daze" featuring Simeon Jones. On the flip, they go deeper and in to even trippier territory on the sensual tribal house of "Special Names" and further down the spiral on the tunnelling and hypnotic "Morph" - which is unlike anything we've heard from the pair before.
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FORTHCOMING
Palimpsest
Palimpsest (12")
Cat: RS 034.
International
  1. Sun Spell
  2. Palimpsest
  3. 6 O'Clock Rock
  4. Everyday Break
Review: Remarkably, percussionist and DJ-turned-producer Hiatt DB is the first ever American artist to sign for Rhythm Section International. Based in New Orleans, he makes music inspired not only by his love of club music, but also sounds and styles from around the world. This debut neatly reflects these disparate influences, offering up vibrant tracks that defy easy categorization. Check first the twisted lead lines, pulsing sub-bass, sweaty piano stabs and pots-and-pans percussion of "Sun Spell", before admiring the densely layered breakbeats and West African drums of "Palimpest". "6 O'Clock Rock" is a woozy and warming shuffle where calypso percussion, hazy strings and cut-up vocal samples make an impression, while "Everyday Break" is a luscious chunk of sun-up goodness for dancers who like it warm and breezy.
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Intérprete: PBR Streetgang
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  1. Duke Hugh - "Zoe" (2:26)
  2. Research Club - "Cafe Iguana" (5:36)
  3. Paula Tepe - "Panamericana" (5:02)
  4. Jad & The - "Deep Dark Grimey Dancefloor Moment" (6:05)
  5. Shy One - "House Party" (4:23)
  6. Session Victim - "Gheister" (2:10)
Review: The second sampler for Rhythm Section International's fifth anniversary compilation has landed, and like its predecessor is packed to the rafters with must-check gear. Duke Hugh kicks things off with the short-but-sweet, Rhodes-powered soundscape "Zoe", before Research Club delivers some bubbly pitched-down acid ("Cafe Iguana") and Paula Tepe jams out some quirky proto-house goodness ("Panamericana"). Over on side B Jad Lee (as Jad & The) takes over with some deep, reggae-influenced breakbeat house, before handing the baton to Shy One with the deep, bruk-up dreaminess of "House Party". Session Victim provides a fittingly strong conclusion with the quirky deep house drowsiness of "Gheister".
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Cat: RS 017. Rel: 07 Dec 16
Deep House
  1. Change (4:38)
  2. Like You Wanna (4:17)
  3. Tolle (5:05)
  4. Iigo (4:37)
Review: Singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Jordan Rakei is a talented chap. Not content with pulling up trees under his given name, he's decided to debut a new alias via a killer new EP for Rhythm Section International. All four tracks are deliciously hazy, effortlessly soulful and hugely groovy, as Rakei deftly showcases his many talents. He begins with the Prince-tinged purple funk of "Change", before fusing clipped funk guitars, broken house beats and confident vocals on the superb "Like You Wanna". "Tolle" sees him slip further towards toasty, low-slung deep house territory, before he breaks up the beats and fires up the Rhodes on deliciously jazzy closer "Ligo".
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Cat: RS 022. Rel: 14 Mar 18
Deep House
  1. Innervision (feat Wayne Snow) (3:36)
  2. Dance To Yemanja (5:05)
  3. To Peckham Rye (6:36)
  4. Barbes Interlude (1:54)
  5. Why You (5:11)
  6. Aulnay's Tears (3:10)
Review: With releases on 22a, Beat X Changers and Wolf Music, Bradley Zero is very pleased to welcome Neue Grafik onboard his revered imprint. The record itself paying homage to the Parisian house dance scene, while taking cues from the broken beat sound of London - like on the emotive slo-mo soul of "Innervision" feat Wayne Snow or "To Peckham Rye" which definitely takes its cue from Kaidi Tatham. We particularly enjoyed the very Three Chairs influenced deepness of "Dance To Yemanjaor" and the the ruff 'n' dusty MPC jam "Why You" reminiscent of Motor City Drum Ensemble's Raw Cuts series. The tracks are largely sample based, but also employ much more live instrumentation than in previous productions.
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Cat: RS 025. Rel: 27 Feb 19
Deep House
  1. Tropical Bleu (3:42)
  2. Honey (3:52)
  3. Ceasors (12" mix) (4:03)
  4. Nightcrawler (12" mix) (4:15)
  5. Sunday Smokes (2:40)
  6. City Limits (3:35)
Review: London-based Michael Colvill has risen to considerable prominence within the South London musical community since 2015, after the self-released Midnight Moods mixtape, guest appearances on tracks by Glenn Astro and Jamie Isaacs and hosting a radio show on Balamii. As MC Pinty, his sound takes influence from the introspective poetry of The Streets, the twisted late-night moods of friend and collaborator King Krule and the jazz-inflected bounce of production partner Maxwell Owin. From the blunted urban blues of "Tropical Bleu", to his clever rhyming over sultry late night deep house on "Ceasors" or the jazzy drum 'n' bass of "Nightcrawler" (calling to mind the mid '90s flavour of legends like Alex Reece or Peshay) - City Limits is perfect to plug in to on one of those trips on the night bus back to Peckham.
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Cat: RS 026. Rel: 24 Apr 19
Deep House
  1. Down 2 It (feat Watson) (5:18)
  2. Fell From Stars (feat Sienna & Nadina Mustafa) (4:14)
  3. All U Got 2 Do (feat Bradley Zero) (3:35)
  4. Sunrise (feat Natalie Wildgoose) (4:39)
  5. Sunrise (Mali-I dub) (4:33)
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Cat: RS 030. Rel: 24 Sep 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. No Fuss No Fight (feat Brother Portrait) (5:08)
  2. Ping Pong (4:17)
  3. Interlude (1:55)
  4. Earth & Rain (feat Poppy Ajudha) (6:02)
  5. Shitbird (4:33)
  6. Slow Man (4:47)
Review: To give Bradley Zero credit, the Rhythm Section International founder is rather good at sniffing out new talent. Further proof of his A&R (or should that be "executive producer") skills emerges via this superb debut EP from Saul, a duo comprised of Footshooter's Barney Whittaker and Velvs Trio member Jack Stephenson-Oliver. The EP's six tracks are warm, woozy and jazzy, with the pair - and guest vocalists/musicians - joining the dots between broken beat, hip-hop, two-step garage, jazz-funk, deep house, soul and drum and bass. While the duo's musical dexterity is clear throughout, it's the warmth, soulfulness and jazziness of their 21st century fusion cuts that most impresses.
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Modularity (12")
Cat: RS 021. Rel: 25 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Dirty High (5:05)
  2. Mr Tiger (5:27)
  3. Con Moto (5:35)
  4. Lucidity (4:44)
Review: Next up on Bradley Zero's Peckham based imprint, following up great ones by Neue Grafik, 30/70 and Mallard is String Theory from Glasgow. They serve up some acid jazz and broken beat style numbers, which will appeal to fans of early Mark De Clive Lowe or Atjazz. From the chill vibe of "Dirty High" which is so emotive, through to the uptempo "Con Moto" which throws in a bit of Detroit style melody, dusty deep house beats and creamy Rhodes keys for added measure. Closing out the impressive EP is the super sultry "Lucidity".
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  1. Yu Su - "223" (6:06)
  2. Katerina - "Bird People" (6:21)
  3. Lock Eyes - "Inner Conspiracy" (6:17)
  4. Valesuchi - "30" (4:05)
  5. Dawit - "Level 7" (5:34)
Review: Many happy returns to Bradley Zero's Rhythm Section International label, which this month notches up five years in the game. To celebrate, he's releasing a celebratory compilation and two sampler EPs. This first 12" begins with some inspired broken beat/Nu Groove style deep house fusion from the ever-impressive Yu Su, before moving through ghostly techno (the fizzing beats and yearning chords of Katerina's "Bird People") and manic, metallic and industrial-tinged dancefloor madness courtesy of Lock Eyes ("Inner Conspiracy"). Valesuchi offers up the dense industrial/tribal fusion of "30" - all heavy Test Department beats and woozy electronic noises, while "Dawit" invites us to the glassy eyed, futurist deep house paradise that is "Level 7".
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