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Cat: NUDE12 CD. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Motion
  2. Electric
  3. Country Girl
  4. February
  5. Underwater
  6. Send Me A Vision
  7. Westeners
  8. Swing
Review: Self-styled "minimal synth duo" Boy Harsher has released some fine music over the last few years, though little quite as on-point and majestic as 2018's "Country Girl" EP. Here they offer up a new-look "uncut" edition of the stylish set, which expands the original four-track set via a quartet of previously unreleased recordings from the same period. You'll find the original EP - complete with the throbbing but picturesque "Motion" and dreamy "Country Girl" - on side A, with the bonus material on the flip. Of these, we're particularly enjoying the gentle pulse of "Underwater", and the "Please" era Pet Shop Boys flex of "Send Me A Vision" and "Westerners".
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Cat: 081913 1. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Indie
  1. Dexter & Sinister
  2. Seven Veils
  3. Empirtes
  4. The Delayed 3:15
  5. White Noise White Heat
  6. Doldrums
  7. My Trouble
  8. On Deronda Road
  9. Weightless
Review: Eight albums in and Elbow still know how to keep us interested. This time round it's a record that seems caught in perpetual motion, refusing to stay still even for a minute off its proggyness, with this the LP most removed from their standard modus of hyper-emotive, string-capped anthemia. Not that the contents aren't huge and destined to fill main rooms and outdoor arenas. A refreshing break for a band that, while unarguably talented and accomplished craftsmen, may - in the eyes of some at least - have at times been guilty of opting for the safety of familiarity rather than braving the great unknowns of sound. If anything, then, "Giants Of All Sizes" is the final pour that cements their place in the pantheons of British music. Exquisite, innovative and highly original stuff.
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Cat: TO 114. Rel: 10 Oct 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Living Space
  2. Lo, Fr Ega
  3. Collect Yourself/Well Arranged
  4. Overt Too
  5. Lighter Touch
Review: When it comes to slow-burn electronic minimalism, few can match Eleh, an "analogue and modular synthesis" enthusiast who has released a wealth of inspired music on Touch and Important Records over the last two decades. The artist's latest album, "Living Space", was written over a period of seven years and sees Eleh deliver five sparse, alien and ear catching soundscapes. Some of these sound sparse and almost skeletal - see the elongated melodic tones of the opening track, or the bassbin-bothering pulsating sub weight of "Lo, Fr Ega" - while others are more layered and intricate despite their minimalist design. In the latter category you'll find standout cut "Lighter Touch", an epic journey into kosmiche-style ambient music reminiscent of some of Terry Riley's synthesizer-based works.
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Cat: KOS 4CD. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Karmapa Chenno
  2. Universal Mother
  3. Degi Degi
  4. Mahakali
  5. Malkauns
  6. Treat Your Lady Right
  7. I Walk
Review: Previously, French producer Gary Gritness has carved a niche as a creator of hard-wired revivalist electro and boogie, delivering slightly more eclectic - but wholeheartedly electronic - albums for Hypercolour and others. His latest project is a little different. It sees him join forces with two musician friends to deliver an album of radical new (mostly electronic) interpretations of Don Cherry's jazz-fusion works. All seven tracks were recorded live in the studio using a mixture of dusty drum machines, synthesizers, percussion, acoustic instrumentation (Spanish guitar, saxophone) and the musicians' own voices. The results are superb, delivering intergalactic and often wonderfully out-there covers of Cherry compositions that sound like they were beamed down from some far-off tech-jazz galaxy.
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Cat: STS 346CD. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. On A Day Like This I Can See You Forever
  2. Really Deep Snow
  3. Swing Low Sweet LFO
  4. As If No One Is Here
Review: On his 2008 debut album "Where You Go, I Go Too", Hans-Peter Lindstrom offered up a grandiose vision that was almost cinematic in scope. His new album, "On A Clear Day I Can See You Forever", opts for a similar approach, delivering a quartet of atmospheric, moody and filmic cuts that slowly rise, fall and unfurl throughout their duration. Whether or not he becomes Norway's answer to Vangelis, that's the kind of vibe we get from stunningly icy and alien ambient opener "On A Clear Day I Can See You Forever" and the bubbly, uptempo throb of "Really Deep Snow". It's there, too, on the outer-space bliss of "Swing Low Sweet LFO" (we chuckled, at least) - think Radiophonic Workshop meets Jean-Michel Jarre - and the melancholic, modular-sounding beauty of clicking and echoing closing cut "As If No One Is Here". In a word: stunning.
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Um Dada (CD)
Cat: DAIS 141CD. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Working (You Are)
  2. Prefix Repeat Rewind
  3. It's Not Me
  4. Um Dada
  5. Satellite
  6. Colour
  7. Flashback
  8. Robber
  9. Hollow
Review: Since leaving Cabaret Voltaire in the early '90s, Stephen Mallinder has kept himself busy, first by starting a new career as an academic, and latterly by stints in bands including Wrangler, Hey! Rube and Creep Show. There was always one thing missing from his CV, though: a new solo album. With "Um Dada", he's finally ticked that box, delivering a set that smartly channels four decades of electronic music influences into nine vocal and instrumental mutant pop cuts. It's heavy, trippy, mind-altering and thoroughly absorbing, with Mallinder offering plenty of nods towards the Cabs' 1980s and '90s work, as well as more contemporary influences such as German techno/electro and the sub-heavy rush of fellow Sheffielder Crooked Man.
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UMC
Cat: 778103 9. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Pop
  1. The Great Pretender
  2. I Was Born To Love You
  3. Barcelona
  4. In My Defence
  5. Love Kills
  6. How Can I Go On
  7. Love Me Like There's No Tomorrow
  8. Living On My Own
  9. The Golden Boy
  10. Time Waits For No One
  11. She Blows Hot & Cold
  12. Made In Heaven
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2066 (CD)
Cat: LEGO 164. Rel: 17 Oct 19
Funk
  1. Preaching To The Choir
  2. Stronger (feat JSwiss)
  3. Superstrada
  4. Concrete Stardust
  5. Where Do We Go From Here (feat Lee Fields)
  6. Macumba
  7. Take On The World (feat Gizelle Smith)
  8. Return To Space (feat Peter Thomas)
  9. Golden Shadow
  10. Today
  11. Here We Go (feat Mocambo Kidz)
  12. Bounce That Ass (feat Ice T & Charlie Funk)
Review: Having spent much of the last few years offering up tropical grooves under their alternative Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band alias, the Mighty Mocambos have finally got around to recording another funk-focused album. Of course, this is not straight-up revivalist funk or soul in the strict sense, but rather a collection of inventive cuts rooted in bustling breakbeats, fuzzy basslines, razor-sharp guitar riffs and hazy horns. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the sweet soul shuffle of Lee Fields collaboration "Where Do We Go From Here" and the rasping dancefloor soul-funk goodness of Gizelle Smith hook-up "Take On The World", to the 1950s sci-fi soundtrack cheeriness of "Return To Space" (featuring legendary composer Peter Thomas), and the synth-fired intergalactic dancefloor goodness of "Golden Shadow".
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  1. Linval Thompson - "I Love Marijuana"
  2. Linval Thompson - "Dread Are The Controller"
  3. Linval Thompson - "The Children Of The Ghetto"
  4. Linval Thompson - "Don't Push Your Brother"
  5. Linval Thompson - "Begging For Apology"
  6. Linval Thompson - "Not Follow Fashion"
  7. Linval Thompson - "Roots Lady"
  8. Linval Thompson - "Big Big Girl"
  9. Linval Thompson - "Just Another Girl"
  10. Linval Thompson - "Starlight"
  11. Linval Thompson - "Jamaican Calley" (version)
  12. Big Joe - "African Princess"
  13. Big Joe - "Solomon Agunda"
  14. Big Joe - "Don't Fuss & Fight"
  15. Big Joe - "Smoke Marijuana"
  16. Big Joe - "Merry Go Round"
  17. Big Joe - "Tubby At The Controls"
  18. Big Joe - "Judy"
  19. Big Joe - "Big Disgrace"
  20. Big Joe - "Love Can Conquer"
  21. Big Joe - "Pauline Love The Natty"
  22. Big Joe - "Follow My Heart"
  23. Big Joe - "Pope Paul Dead & Gone"
  24. Trinity - "Easy Does It"
  25. Trinity - "Life Is Not Easy"
  26. Trinity - "Tell It To Me Mother"
  27. Trinity - "Have A Little Faith"
  28. Trinity - "Dangerous Rockers & Ting"
  29. Trinity - "Don't Lose Me"
  30. Trinity - "Every Trick In The Book"
  31. Trinity - "Rock In The Ghetto"
  32. Trinity - "Pope Paul Dead & Gone"
  33. Trinity - "Freedom Style"
  34. Trinity - "Follow My Heart"
  35. Barry Brown - "Mr CID" (bonus track)
  36. Scientist & The Roots Radics - "King Tubby's Rockers" (bonus track)
  37. Pat Kelly - "There's A Song" (bonus track)
  38. The Roots Radics - "Lover's Style" (bonus track)
  39. Linval Thompson - "Here With Me" (bonus track)
  40. The Roots Radics - "Come On Baby, Dub Style" (bonus track)
  41. Linval Thompson - "Pop No Style" (bonus track)
  42. Scientist & The Roots Radics - "Second Hand Girl" (bonus track)
Review: This double CD set draws together some of the most lauded, late 1970s productions from Linval Thompson, a roots, dub and dancehall stalwart whose music - and the artists he worked for - was championed by Trojan Records. On CD one you'll find two key albums: fine 1977 solo set "I Love Marijuana", whose dub-wise roots rhythms were laid down by a backing band including Wailers member Aston "Family Man" Barrett and Sly & Robbie, and the much more dubbed-out and intoxicatingly heavy "African Princess" (1978) by leading Jamaican toaster Big Joe. Disc two boasts the dub/early dancehall fusion of Trinity's similarly inclined 1979 classic "Rock In The Ghetto" as well as eight rare (and exceptionally good) extended mixes plucked from various Thompson-produced releases.
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  1. Tanjah
  2. Ganawa (Blue Moses) (Rhodes version)
  3. Timbuktu
  4. In Memory Of
  5. African Cookbook
  6. Ganawa (Blue Moses) (piano version)
  7. Niger Mambo
  8. Mr Randy
Review: Cheick Tidiane Seck's latest album is something of an all-star affair. It sees a banquet's worth of guest musicians (including fellow African music legend Manu Dibango) help the Malian music maestro send "an Afro-Jazz prayer" to the late, great Randy Weston - a musician whose unique Pan-African vision influenced so many of his contemporaries. The resultant set is vibrant and alluring, with Seck and company underpinning Weston's fluid jazz piano motifs with dense, heavy, intricate and often delightfully polyrhythmic rhythms. There are some more atmospheric and intoxicating numbers present, too - the version of "Timbuktu" is stunning, as is the bluesy "In Memory Of" - but the album's greatest calling card remains it's energetic and effervescent approach.
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