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Speechless (Nicholas, Chez, Camille, Jef K, DG Reel Need 2 mixes)
Cat: AR 002. Rel: 22 Feb 21
Deep House
  1. Speechless (Nicholas remix)
  2. Speechless (Chez Panarama Bar remix)
  3. Speechless (Camille Migas Rooftop mix)
  4. Queen Of The Elephants (Jeff K remix)
  5. It Ain't Right (DG Reel Need 2 edit)
Review: Adeen Records is back with it's follow up to Alton Miller's "More Positive Things" with Chez Damier's parisian outfit French Connection. This Chinese only import five song Ep features remixes from Nicholas, Chez's Panarama Bar club banger remix, and Beijing, China's production team Camille. The B-side features "Queen Of The Elephants" remixed by Jef K, and a scorching edit of "It Ain't right" guaranteed to set the dancefloor ablaze.
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coming soon TBA
FORTHCOMING
Whalesong (repress)
Whalesong (repress) (140 gram green vinyl 12")
Cat: TR 021G.
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Whalesong
  2. Blind Is The Wind
  3. Last Chance Saloon
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Trelik reach into their recent archives with a much needed repress of Whalesong, the label's 2011 debut from UK producer OCH. With a compulsive passion for the dying art of crate-digging combined with a love for modern synthesis techniques the now Sweden based OCH manages to put together a 12" that could easily be described as psychedelic Chicago. "Whalesong" is a pulsating floor work-out which references the US greats whilst building an emotive sub-aqua soundscape. "Blind is The Wind" follows with a sneaky chord driven spoken interlude which creates an air of tension before climaxing into "Last Chance Saloon".
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Le Box Set
Le Box Set (5x12" box set + tote bag)
Cat: DFP 12345BX. Rel: 26 Feb 21
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Odyssey - "Native New Yorker" (Dimitri From Paris Super Disco Blend)
  2. Dan Hartman - "Relight My Fire" (Dimitri From Paris DJ Friendly remix)
  3. Phyllis Hyman - "You Know How To Love Me" (Dimitri From Paris Super Disco Blend)
  4. Keni Burke - "Let Somebody Love You" (Dimitri From Paris DJ Friendly remix)
  5. Ashford & Simpson - "Stay Free" (Dimitri From Paris - The Missing remix - DJ Friendly edition)
  6. Ashford & Simpson - "Stay Free" (Dimitri From Paris - The Missing instrumental)
  7. Ashford & Simpson - "Stay Free" (Dimitri From Paris dubstrumental)
  8. Ashford & Simpson - "Stay Free" (Dimitri From Paris The Symphonic mix)
  9. Jamiroquai - "Cosmic Girl" (Dimitri From Paris remix)
  10. Jamiroquai - "Cosmic Girl" (Dimitri From Paris remix dubwize)
  11. Jamiroquai - "Cosmic Girl" (Dimitri From Paris remix instrumental)
  12. Chaka Khan - "I'm Every Woman" (Dimitri From Paris remix)
  13. Chaka Khan - "Clouds" (Dimitri From Paris remix)
Review: For longer than many of us have been alive, Dimitri From Paris has been one of the disco scene's top re-editors. As a result, this box set of essential rubs from the legendary French producer is a genuine treat. Lavishly packaged and presented in a printed tote bag, the set whips through classic rearrangements of storming peak-time disco cuts from Odyssey, Dan Hartman, Phyllis Hyman and Keni Burke, before delivering dedicated 12s featuring multiple revisions of cuts by Ashford & Simpson, Jamiroquai and Chaka Khan. As you'd expect, there are many must-check tweaks to be found on the latter plates, including a slow-burn instrumental take on Ashford & Simpson's 'Stay Free', a wonderfully spacey 'Dubwize' rework of Jamiroquai's 'Cosmic Girl' and a sing-along-friendly version of Chaka Khan's stunning 'Clouds'.
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coming soon $117.70
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Soma Laboratory Pulsar-23 Organismic Drum Machine (black)
Cat: 781129
 
analog synthesiser/drum machine
Notes: Pulsar-23 is a multi-functional analog synthesizer and generator of complex rhythmic patterns.

The Pulsar consists of 23 different modules, including four flexible sound generators with completely different structures, four envelope generators, four looper-recorders, a clock generator with dividers, a controlled chaos generator, an LFO, a two-channel CV-controlled effects processor, distortion, two controlled amplifiers, an inverter, a controlled inverter and two controlled analog switches. In addition to these 23 main units, the Pulsar also contains 13 auxiliary units, such as a four-channel MIDI to CV converter, a noise generator, four attenuators, two dynamic CV generators with sensory control, two impulse converters and single passive electronic components for live circuit bending.

Pulsar-23 can be used for the synthesis of percussion instruments and rhythms, bass and melodic lines, effects and sound landscapes, as well as a source of control voltage. The Pulsar functions in three different modes: stand-alone, MIDI control and CV control. Moreover, all the above features and control modes can work simultaneously in any proportion or combination. Additionally, Pulsar offers live circuit bending capabilities and the use of the artist's body conductivity to create patches and cross modulations.

Pulsar continues the line of organismic synthesizers begun by LYRA-8, but now in the area of percussion instruments.

Also, it has MIDI control and synchronization and a lot of smaller modules such as 4 assignable attenuators and 2 dynamic CV sensors for CV generation etc. In general, there are 55 knobs, 11 switches and over 100 inputs and outputs for patching, Eurorack integration, external mixing and processing, live circuit bending!

It comes in a special HQ bag with 30 alligator clips cables and PSU.
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coming soon $1,810.93
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Behringer 2600 Semi-Modular Analog Synthesizer
Behringer 2600 Semi-Modular Analog Synthesizer (semi-modular analog synthesizer)
Cat: 799849
 
Analogue synthesiser with 3 VCOs and nulti-mode VCF
Notes: Semi-modular analog synthesizer with 3 VCOs and multi-mode VCF in 8U rackmount format.

An ultra-affordable and even more feature-packed homage to that iconic synthesizer comes in the form of the Behringer 2600. Conjure up the virtually any sound imaginable with incredible finesse and ease. The pure analog signal path is based on the authentic ARP 2600 circuitry from the 70s with matched transistors and JFETs. Owning a 2600 is like having your piece of history enabling you to re-create timeless classics or forge your own musical path.

Great care has been taken in engineering the 2600, including the true-to-the-original analog circuitry, semi-modular architecture and triple VCO designs that come together to recreate classic tones that are evocative of classic electronic music. This highly focused attention to detail is what gives the 2600 its ultra-flexible sound shaping capability. It gives you the ability to cover a lot of amazing tones from super-fat bass, tasty leads - all the way to full on dreamy ambience from the far reaches of your imagination.

Specification

Input
VCO 1 / 2 / 3
Frequency modulation (FM) control
11 x 3.5 mm TS jacks, CV range: -10 V to +10 V

Pulse width modulation (PWM)
2 x 3.5 mm TS jack, CV range: -5 V to +5 V, 1 V/10%

VCF
Audio
5 x 3.5 mm TS jacks, 50 kO unbalanced

Control
3 x 3.5 mm TS jacks, CV range: -10 V to +10 V

ADSR / AR envelope generator
S&H clock
1 x 3.5 mm TS jack, threshold: > 6 V

Gate in
1 x 3.5 mm TS jack, threshold: +4 V

Trig in
1 x 3.5 mm TS jack, threshold: +5 V

VCA
Audio
2 x 3.5 mm TS jacks, 50 kO unbalanced

Control (linear
1 x 3.5 mm TS jack, CV range: -10 V to +10 V

Control (exponential)
1 x 3.5 mm TS jack, CV range: -10 V to +10 V

Mixer / Reverb
Audio
2 x 3.5 mm TS jacks, 50 kO unbalanced

Left / right inputs
2 x 3.5 mm TS jacks, 50 kO unbalanced

LFO
Ext vib in
1 x 3.5 mm TS jack, 50 kO unbalanced
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coming soon $565.91
FORTHCOMING
Isles (Deluxe)
Isles (Deluxe) (gatefold coloured vinyl 3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 261DX. Rel: 22 Jan 21
 
Deep House
  1. Atlas (5:47)
  2. Cazenove (4:20)
  3. Apricots (4:06)
  4. Saku (feat Clara La San) (4:57)
  5. Lido (3:20)
  6. X (feat Clara La San) (5:33)
  7. Rever (feat Julia Kent) (5:14)
  8. Sundial (4:37)
  9. Fir (5:23)
  10. Hawk (feat Machina) (6:00)
  11. Siena (feat Clara La San) (4:08)
  12. Meli (I) (3:50)
  13. Light (5:02)
Review: Bicep's second album is shaped by the experience of touring their debut long player for something like three years, a period during which they honed and perfected their instinct for tracks that would stand the test of time and repeated listening. What develops is a distinctive style typified by a combination of ethereal sonics and cheeky, memorable instrumental hooks, only set to a variety of beats that reference and indeed fuse the plethora of different dance genres that have sprung up since the acid house revolution if the mid-80s. So we get everything from the electro-tainted 'X' to 'Rever', where an African choir floats over a subtle deep house shuffle and 'Saku', where UKG bass pressure and skippy beats provide a hypnotic background for Clara La San's sweet but ghostly voice.
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coming soon $36.51
FORTHCOMING
Det 313 EP
  1. Norm Talley/Omar S - "Muggy Detroit Heat"
  2. Moodymann/Norm Talley Featuring Charlotte OC - "Jus Hangin" (Mashed Up By D'Julz)
Review: Very promising new label from Norm Talley featuring Omar S and Moodymann!!
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Played by: Tr One, Man Power
coming soon $12.44
FORTHCOMING
Free Pt I (reissue)
  1. Free (original vocal mix) (7:28)
  2. Free (Andres remix) (6:00)
Review: Several years in the making Mike Grant finally completes the second Cool Peepl project. Originally assembled in 2002 for the Puzzlebox Sharevari remixes, Cool Peepl is a collection of Detroit artists coming together for a session. Focusing less on machine based tracks, the group focuses onorganic productions. Free features former Members of the House vocalist Bill Beaver, longtime percussionist Sundiata O.M. and the multi-talented heavyweight Amp Fiddler.
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coming soon $11.31
FORTHCOMING
Let No Man Put Asunder
Let No Man Put Asunder (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: PPR 017. Rel: 29 Jan 21
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Let No Man Put Asunder (DJ Koco aka Shimokita edit)
  2. Let No Man Put Asunder (DJ Koco aka Shimokita dub)
Review: Over the years, First Choice's 1983 disco hit 'Let No Man Asunder' has been remixed and re-edited countless times, yet producers are still able to find new ways to reinterpret it. The latest to pass the test with flying colours is DJ Koco AKA Shimokita, who here serves up two fresh reworks. His A-side edit makes the most of the track's infectious groove, jammed-out electric piano chords and spacey synths, eventually introducing the group's brilliant vocals in order to take it to another level. Arguably even better is the stripped-back flipside dub, which sounds like it was crafted from the master tapes. It naturally plays around with the percussion, bassline and vocals, delivering what could be the heaviest take on the track of all time.
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coming soon $21.23
FORTHCOMING
Shout To The Top: Hifi Sean Mixes
Shout To The Top: Hifi Sean Mixes (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FAKE 122. Rel: 08 Mar 21
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Shout To The Top (Hifi Sean mix)
  2. Shout To The Top (Hifi Sean House mix)
  3. Shout To The Top (Hifi Sean reprise)
Review: Hifi Sean gets his hands on a dusty old tape that had the golden vocal of the ultimate soul diva Loleatta Holloway singing the Style Council classic 'Shout to the Top' which was recorded and released by Fire Island in 1998. There was no musical parts on this tape only the vocal so Sean went about rewriting the arrangement and brings this beauty into the present with these 3 versions including a soulful string laden soul groover , a real late night pumping gospel house jam and a swooning orchestral reprise closing the E.P which includes the last repeated line we all want to hear and we all want to believe right now . "It's going to be alright"




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FORTHCOMING
Out In The Open (reissue)
  1. You're Still The Same
  2. Is It Cool
  3. Take Off
Review: Andres has become one of Detroit house music's most celebrated producers in the last decade, but as any deep house nerd will tell you, he's been serving up superb singles and albums since the late 1990s. Out in the Open, which here gets the reissue treatment for the first times, dates from 2002 and is every bit as good as you'd expect. A-side 'You'll Be The One' is a great example of his trademark dusty, sample-heavy and loop-driven style, with crackling extracts from all manner of soul and jazz-funk cuts being melded into a hazy, quietly soulful deep house treat. The even deeper and dustier, MPC house jam 'Is It Cool' kicks-off side B, before the Detroiter goes all Moodymann on the impeccable, solo-laden 'Take Off'. A genuine must-have!
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FORTHCOMING
Iridescence Of Clouds
Iridescence Of Clouds (gatefold purple-in-transparent vinyl 2xLP + download code)
Cat: ASIPV 027. Rel: 25 Jan 21
Drum And Bass
  1. Iridescence
  2. Sea Of Crises
  3. State Of Emergence
  4. Veil Of Mist
  5. Titicaca
  6. Wanderer
  7. Nirmala II
  8. Sky Beyond Sky
Review: Ludvig Cimbrelius is an artist of many expressions. Whilst all are deeply rooted in a spiritual and ethereal sound, his most majestic output has arguably come to life through the Illuvia alias. After capping off a debut, self-titled album in 2017 with an atmospheric Drum and Bass track, it quickly sparked a two-year conversation between Ludvig and A Strangely Isolated Place to pursue a full record in this style. Focusing on the far reaches of both the Ambient and Drum and Bass spectrums, Iridescence Of Clouds, combines the two extremities. Soaring, euphoric Ambient textures overlay distant echoes of driving Drum and Bass, before subtly transitioning to drums at the forefront, once again.Typically atmospheric Drum and Bass song structures become blurred, as half-step kick patterns sit amongst more recognizable Amen breaks; or reverb-heavy drums; often echoing the worlds of Ludvig's other aliases - his fingerprint instantly recognizable. The expected breakdowns are often ephemeral; teased slowly into existence and then faded into the background as each track weaves in and out of the two musical spectrums and the progressive emotion of the album unfolds at a glorious, soaring pace.
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coming soon $27.15
FORTHCOMING
Samurai Champloo: The Way Of The Samurai Vinyl Collection (reissue)
VARIOUS
Samurai Champloo: The Way Of The Samurai Vinyl Collection (reissue) (purple vinyl 3xLP 再プレス) (1 per customer)
Cat: AS 044PURPLE. Rel: 15 Feb 21
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Nujabes - "Battlecry" (feat Shing02) (3:22)
  2. Force Of Nature - "Nightshift" (4:42)
  3. Tsutchie - "Numbernine (Back In TYO)" (3:25)
  4. Force Of Nature - "Just Forget" (3:53)
  5. Tsutchie - "Process" (4:43)
  6. Fat Jon - "Ole" (3:28)
  7. Tsutchie - "Raw Material" (4:54)
  8. Fat Jon - "Bracelet" (3:41)
  9. Nujabes - "World Without Words" (6:12)
  10. Force Of Nature - "The Stroll" (2:52)
  11. Nujabes - "Silver Morning" (3:35)
  12. Tsutchie - "Tubed (Drum Please!!)" (4:32)
  13. Fat Jon - "Funkin" (3:33)
  14. Nujabes - "Turugi No Mai" (3:24)
  15. Force Of Nature - "Sneak Chamber" (3:19)
  16. Fat Jon - "Genome" (3:34)
  17. Force Of Nature - "Death Wish" (2:41)
  18. Fat Jon - "In Position" (3:52)
  19. Tsutchie - "Sincerely" (4:48)
Review: This limited edition triple vinyl set is as killer as the samurais from which it takes its name. The music is culled from the popular amine series on Cartoon Network that mixes hip hop culture with Japanese samurai culture and more than a little dose of jazzy stylings. There are vocal boom-baps and journeying spy themes, deep late night cuts and harder hitting joints, all performed by Nujabes, Fat Jon, Force Of Nature & Illicit Tsuboi. The downtempo charms of "Just Forget" are awash with oriental keys, while "Ole" is soul licked and "World Without Worlds" is superbly lo-fi.
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coming soon $43.00
FORTHCOMING
Isles
Isles (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 261. Rel: 25 Jan 21
 
Deep House
  1. Atlas
  2. Cazenove
  3. Apricots
  4. Saku (feat Clara La San)
  5. Lido
  6. X (feat Clara La San)
  7. Rever (feat Julia Kent)
  8. Sundial
  9. Fir
  10. Hawk (feat Machina)
Review: Bicep's second album is shaped by the experience of touring their debut long player for something like three years, a period during which they honed and perfected their instinct for tracks that would stand the test of time and repeated listening. What develops is a distinctive style typified by a combination of ethereal sonics and cheeky, memorable instrumental hooks, only set to a variety of beats that reference and indeed fuse the plethora of different dance genres that have sprung up since the acid house revolution if the mid-80s. So we get everything from the electro-tainted 'X' to 'Rever', where an African choir floats over a subtle deep house shuffle and 'Saku', where UKG bass pressure and skippy beats provide a hypnotic background for Clara La San's sweet but ghostly voice.
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coming soon $26.32
FORTHCOMING
The Boston Drop
The Boston Drop (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SSR 224. Rel: 29 Jan 21
Funk
  1. The Boston Drop (vocal)
  2. The Boston Drop (instrumental)
Review: Having enjoyed a successful 2020, DJ Soopasoul strides into the new year in confident mood via a fresh Soopastole Edits release focused on the work of one of his favourite artists, the Godfather of Soul himself, James Brown. Interestingly, the legendary artist doesn't actually feature all that much on the A-side vocal mix of 'Boston Drop', with Soopasoul limiting his involvement to a few excited yelps, grunts and instructions to the backing band. That's not necessarily a bad thing though, because the musical accompaniment - which can be admired further on the tight, DJ-friendly instrumental take - offers an enticing mixture of hard, sun-bright guitar licks, heavy drum-breaks, handclaps and chunky bass. Like the rest of the series, it sounds like a guaranteed floor-filler.
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Played by: The Allergies
coming soon $11.31
FORTHCOMING
Needs 006
Needs 006 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NNFP 006. Rel: 28 May 19
Deep House
  1. Eris Drew - "See You In Snow" (6:15)
  2. Edward - "Mind Loop" (6:16)
  3. D.Tiffany - "Sun Trip" (7:54)
  4. Henry Hyde - "Every Day's A Good Day For A Swim" (6:18)
Review: The ever-charitable Needs project continues apace with another stunning cast of characters offering up their dancefloor creations to help a good cause - the environmentally-focused Cool Earth NGO. On this 12", Eris Drew delivers the uplifting breakbeat celebration of "See You In Snow", while Edward takes things deeper with the tripped out minimal house groove of "Mind Loop". D. Tiffany brings a particularly crafty approach to her own drum funk science on "Sun Trip" and Henry Hyde cools things down with the mellow, new age 2 step stylings of "Every Day's A Good Day For A Swim."
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coming soon $9.62
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Italo Disco
VARIOUS
Cat: 581022.
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Mr Flagio - "Take A Chance"
  2. My Mine - "Hypnotic Tango"
  3. Clio - "Faces"
  4. Charlie - "Spacer Woman"
  5. Capricorn - "I Need Love"
  6. Wet - "That’s The Game"
  7. Doctor’s Cat - "Feel The Drive"
  8. Wish Key - "Orient Express"
  9. P Lion - "Happy Children"
  10. Vivien Vee - "Remember"
Review: Italo-Disco, (at times abbreviated as Italo) is a music genre which originated in Italy and was mainly produced from the late 1970s to the late 1980s. The origin strongly tied to marketing efforts of the ZYX record label, which began licensing and marketing the music outside Italy in 1982. The genre faded in the early 1990s.

Italo disco evolved from the then-current dance music (including hi-NRG) and developed into a diverse genre. The genre employs drum machines, synthesizers, occasionally vocoders and usually sung in English.

This compilation contains some of the long lost tracks of the genre restored for the first time on CD. Vivien Vee "Remember" and Capricorn "I Need Love," are early work by Italian pioneer Claudio Simonetti (Goblin). All tracks digitally remastered along with its booklet, the original artwork and the original recording and extended versions.
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FORTHCOMING
Studio Defeat
Studio Defeat (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 018. Rel: 25 Jan 21
Electro
  1. Expert Text Reader
  2. Ray Mentor
  3. Messiah
  4. Twisted Helix Posture
Review: Probably the poppiest release on Return To Disorder yet by French Electro legend dynArec. The most danceable machine funk you can imagine.
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Played by: LesYeuxOrange
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FORTHCOMING
Exit Planet Earth: Hydrogen
  1. Sync 24 - "The Rising"
  2. Reptant & Dashiell - "Gortexa"
  3. Kosh - "Chaos In The City"
  4. James Shinra - "Launch"
Review: The fourth record in the Exit Planet Earth series features four more exclusive cuts designed for space travel.A

Exit Planet Earth - Hydrogen opens with no-nonsense electro from a master of the trade Sync 24 from Cultivated Electronics. 'The Rising' is an expertly produced bass heavy heater that is crying out to be played on a big rig. Representing Athe Melbourne chapter of the Lizard Tech Militia Reptant teams up with Dashiell for a mutant hybrid electro funk cut - 'Gortexia'.A

On the flip Moroccan heavy hitter Kosh returns to 20/20 Vision following his debut EPl 'Vicious Love'. Kosh offers up an intoxicating blend of deep melodic electro called 'Chaos in the City'. Wrapping the release up is James Shinra returning after his killer 'On & On' EP. Shinra rounds up this edition with an outstanding, unique composition 'Launch' that balances trademark melodies with a truly devastating distorted kick heavy reminiscent of classic Aphex Twin.




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Played by: Wes Baggaley, Plant43
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Function EP
Function EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Eya
Cat: EYA 012. Rel: 01 Feb 21
Techno
  1. Digital Modulation
  2. Exit Level
  3. Function
  4. System Error
Review: EYA Records is back with a special collaboration between two of the most revered producers in the scene.
For the first time Innershades and Do or Die are joining forces together blending their powerful and distinctive styles to deliver a genre-bending record which ranges between Techno,Rave,Acid and Trance.Killer!
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FORTHCOMING
Buzzard Country Remixes
Buzzard Country Remixes (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: IIB 056.
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Sun Culture (Hardway Brothers Balearic Channel remix)
  2. Sun Culture (Hardway Brothers meet Monkton Uptown)
  3. Shimmer Dub (Woolfy vs Projections mix)
  4. Ranura De Marihuana (Max Essa remix)
Review: Coyote have pulled in some label compadres to remix 3 tracks from their latest album Buzzard Country. Sean Johnson's Hardway Brothers remix the sunset meditation Sun Culture into 2 deep electronic dub excursions, Max Essa groove up Ranura De Marihuana with all his usual style and Woolfy vs Projections add a little boogie to Shimmer Dub. All new versions hitting home hard. Essential
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Played by: Max Essa
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BONFIDO 003
BONFIDO 003 (hand-stamped 140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BONFIDO 003. Rel: 25 Jan 21
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Hammond Classics - "Sarabi"
  2. Panama Cardoon - "Marisa"
  3. Fixed Angles - "Sisi"
  4. Chico & Bianca - "Echo Flight"
Review: Bonfido Disques is back with the third release of their exotic concept series, embracing the feel-good vibe of the 80's international disco scene whether it comes from the African continent, the Middle East or America, combined with heavy contemporary drums in order to stand out in modern DJ sets. Four reworks for the dancefloor on a limited edition 12" vinyl.
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Played by: The Owl
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FORTHCOMING
King Of Funk
King Of Funk (hand-numbered 7" limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: MUKAT 075. Rel: 26 Feb 21
Funk
  1. King Of Funk
  2. Give The Horns Some
Review: Russian producer LTF traces his days as a b-boy over a funk-drenched hip-hop beat. On the flip LTF pays respect to James Brown with this horn heavy workout after years of digging old crates of Soviet Jazz Records recreating samples into new compositions of downtempo beats, boom bap, funky breaks, analog synths, and jazz-heavy hip-hop beats. Only 300 hand numbered copies pressed & Juno exclusive !

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coming soon $7.92
FORTHCOMING
Exposure to Winds
Exposure to Winds (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: VIS 322. Rel: 25 Jan 21
Electro
  1. Alpenglow (5:40)
  2. Exposure To Wind (5:37)
  3. Quick Start (5:41)
  4. The Night’s Shift (6:53)
  5. Valley Of The Ferns (4:34)
  6. Penny’s Crimped Funk (6:56)
  7. Tongue Twister  (7:10)
  8. Ball Of Straw  (7:55)
Review: In its 20th year, Ralph Lawson's Leeds based label has done a fine job of revamping its sound and its roster. After many years of being hugely and tastefully eclectic, there seems to have been a real focus on electro this year with the boss himself serving up masterful mixes of such sounds for his on going radio shows. 214 keeps up the good work with a nice deep offering here. 'Alpenglow' is all muted sci-fi synth sand jittery beats to get you going then 'Exposure To Wind' keeps you afloat between distant planets. 'Quick Start' is a turbocharged workout with lovely bubbling bass and 'The Night's Shift' then gets slow, sludgy, and superb.
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Played by: Wes Baggaley, Plant43
coming soon $19.23
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Put That Faith On Me
Cat: PSR 002. Rel: 29 Jan 21
Funk
  1. Jim Sharp - "Put That Faith On Me"
  2. Flipout - "Victorious"
Review: For the imprint's second release, Private Stock Records welcomes some serious mash-up/bootleg remix royalty: Dusty Donuts regular Jim Sharp. He's in fine form too, breathing new life into a sugary 21st century R&B classic by placing the all-female vocals atop crunchy, B-Boy friendly hip-hop beats, jazzy guitar licks and hazy organ stabs. Similarly lauded Canadian producer Flipout takes over on side B, craftily adding verses from a golden-era hip-hop classic to a backing track seemingly crafted from snippets of a hazy old funk track and some suitably floor-friendly hip-hop beats. Mash-ups they may be, but these are brilliantly crafted and sound like genuine future club-rockers.As played by DJ Koco
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Played by: The Allergies
coming soon $12.44
FORTHCOMING
Can't Stop Dancin'
Cat: FMG 357. Rel: 29 Jan 21
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Can't Stop Dancin'
  2. Can't Stop Dancin' (instrumental)
Review: This production from boogie-era soul specialist Clark Jay has long been a sought-after item amongst collectors, with original copies of the 1981 Peach Tree Records 12" changing hands for significant sums online. Even if you're unfamiliar with it - and outside of record collecting circles, most people are - we'd recommend checking the sound clips of this first ever seven-inch reissue. 'Can't Stop Dancing' is particularly sweet and summery, with Jonnie 'Vibes' Lambert singing about his love of shaking his stuff atop spacey synthesizer lines and a relaxed, laidback disco-boogie groove. That tidy groove can be enjoyed further on the flipside instrumental mix, which makes excellent use of the original's female backing vocals and the aforementioned synthesizer melodies.
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NFRV 003
NFRV 003 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NFRV 003. Rel: 13 Jan 20
Deep House
  1. Saison - "Till The Day I Die" (6:37)
  2. Risk Assessment - "I Don't Understand" (5:57)
  3. Saison - "The Riff" (6:21)
  4. Natasha Kitty Katt - "Plenty Good" (6:47)
Review: Previous offerings on No Fuss have featured the likes of Saison, Crispin J. Glover and Dean Zepherin, and now the upfront house label brings together another selection of party heaters from a range of producers. Saison makes a welcome return with the feisty "Till The Day I Die", a richly produced vocal jam with plenty of uptempo shuffle in the drums. Risk Assessment lean on the keys to create a melodic mood on "I Don't Understand" and then Saison does it again with the bright and breezy "The Riff". That leaves it to Natasha Kitty Katt to finish things up with the heavy funking disco licks of "Plenty Good" - a get-down cut for all seasons.
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Who Is Jill Scott: Words & Sounds Vol 1 (20th Anniversary Edition)
Cat: AHIDB 129. Rel: 29 Jan 21
Soul
  1. Jilltro
  2. Do You Remember
  3. Exclusively
  4. Gettin' In The Way
  5. A Long Walk
  6. I Think It's Better
  7. He Love Me (Lyzel In E Flat)
  8. It's Love
  9. The Way
  10. Honey Molasses
  11. Love Rain
  12. The Roots - "interlude"
  13. Slowly Surely
  14. One Is The Magic #
  15. Watching Me
  16. Brotha
  17. Show ME
  18. Try
  19. Love Rain (remix feat Mos Def)
Review: There are few greater neo-soul albums than Jill Scott's impeccable debut, "Who Is Jill Scott? Words & Sounds Volume 1". Here it resurfaces on brilliant blue vinyl to mark two decades since it first hit stores. When it was first released in 2000, it turned Scott - previously best known for her work with The Roots - into a soul superstar, thanks in part to a string of radio and club hits (think "Gettin' In The Way", "The Long Walk", "The Way" and Mos Def hook-up "Love Rain (Remix)", but also the undoubted quality of the production and the strength of the now long established vocalist's conscious, heartfelt and empowering lyrics. It's the kind of set that should be in everyone's collection, so if you don't already own a copy, don't sleep on this remastered reissue.
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Up In The Air (includes free download of album)
Cat: 99WAVE 003.
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Take 15
  2. Come On Home
  3. When You Come By
  4. Eagle & Swan
  5. A Girl Like You
  6. Misty
  7. Remove All Clocks
  8. Friends
Review: A warm welcome back to cheeky downtempo twosome Bent, who hear offer up their first studio set for 14 years. Up in the Air is full of neat reminders that what made them so popular first time round, namely a seductive, slinky, atmospheric, sample-heavy sound that tended towards the tongue-in-cheek and was more likely to draw influence from dodgy, radio-friendly 1980s soft-rock singles and vintage easy listening than obscure Balearic beats or austere electronica. There are of course a few differences - it's far more polished than their early works, and even more musically detailed - but for the most part this is vintage Bent. Given how miserable the world is right now, it's rather nice to listen to an album that prioritises cheeriness, quirkiness and musical colour above all else.
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Loverhrtz Vol 1
Loverhrtz Vol 1 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: LVHRTZ 001.
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Classic Case (7:33)
  2. Touch My Soul (7:20)
Review: In case you've not heard, Lovehrtz is a new collaboration between Hot Creations heavyweight Richy Ahmed and Four Thirty Two regular Jansons. Their first 12" under the alias is a party-rocking affair, with the experienced duo dishing up some serious peak-time gold in the shape of A-side "Classic Case". Built around the manipulation of life-affirming loops from a much-loved Gladys Knight and the Pips disco favourite, it sits somewhere between a tooled-up re-edit and a slamming, Hot Creations style powder house smasher. The even bouncier "Touch My Soul", where slap bass and female vocal loops ride a bustling house rhythm, is every bit as endearing.
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Played by: Osmose
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Crazy Kind Of Feeling
Crazy Kind Of Feeling (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ERC 101.
Classics/Ska
  1. Crazy Kind Of Feeling
  2. Crazy Kind Of Feeling (dub take 1)
  3. Crazy Kind Of Feeling (DJ Duckcomb Discomix)
Review: Emotional Rescue presents the music of Haile Maskel in the first in a reissue series working with Patrick Billard aka DJ Duckcomb, sourcing and licensing from this digger's vaults and out to the wider world.

Heralding from the furtive 60's Trenchtown, Jamaica, young Michael Ashley aka Haile Maskel grew up singing, learning guitar and bass. His first recording session was produced by friend Bob Marley, with Peter Tosh on keys, Robbie Shakespeare on bass and Carlton Barrett on drums.

The list of sessions is long, working with Lee Perry, Light Of Saba, Dennis Brown and Sugar Minott. Touring took him overseas where he settled in Los Angeles in 1983, soon launching his Opulence (Sound) label.

Maskel's band, the 101's featured members of The Twinkle Brothers, including cousins Asher and Debo Brown on drum and bass, and augmented by local players. Mixing conscious messages in love songs, Maskel crafts a boogie discodub on which to exalt an uplifting summer jam.

With the highly prized original the tapes unearthed unreleased dubs - "Take 1" providing a wonderful version. LA native Duckcomb found a trove of tapes of unheard material, still for discovery. For now, his longform Discomix, cutting and editing Maskel's vocal along with the dubs, completes a first archival splendor.





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Selassie Parts 1 & 2
Selassie Parts 1 & 2 (7" limited to 350 copies)
Cat: MSH 109. Rel: 29 Jan 21
Funk
  1. Selassie (part 1)
  2. Selassie (part 2)
Review: The first release from the Ethiopian Brothers, 2019's 'Ashadwa', was a brilliant slab of Afro-funk that many erroneously believed to be a long-lost classic. In fact, it was the work of a contemporary producer associated with Jalepeno Records. Regardless, the record sounded authentically old and dusty, as does this equally as inspired sequel. 'Selassie (Part 1)' sets the tone, with the producer and his session musicians serving up a righteous Afro-funk workout rich in Tony Allen influenced drum-breaks, flanged guitars, raw tenor sax lines and killer bass guitar. Even more righteous is the flipside 'Part 2' version that showcases more snaking sax lines and some seriously infectious, chant-like vocals.
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Right Where You Want It (House Jam)
  1. Right Where You Want It (House Jam)
  2. For All Occasions (Anytime)
Review: RIGHT WHERE YOU WANT IT (House Jam) is a track about putting the things that you want in your life where you want them to be, and taking the time to enjoy getting things right in the pocket.
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DB12 004
DB12 004 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DB12 004.
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Tanz Ohne Planeten
  2. Guestlist Of Love
  3. Fick Mich
  4. Shinjuku Strut
Review: Tom Tom Tom Tom Tom Tom Tom Tom Bolas !!

Cosmic. Disco. Mondo Campione !!
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The Loneliest One
The Loneliest One (1-sided 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MDDLTD12 04. Rel: 08 Mar 21
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. The Loneliest One
Review: Al Kent strikes again with a soulful, goosebumps inducing beauty that's finding favour with more discerning DJs. From those who like it deep to the disco dons, this one's got them all hooked.




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Played by: C. Da Afro, Superbreak
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The Reggae Funk Edition:Think (About It)
The Reggae Funk Edition:Think (About It) (limited hand-numbered 7") (1 per customer)
Cat: MUKAT 076. Rel: 26 Mar 21
Funk
  1. Think (About It)
  2. Think (About It) (instrumental)
Review: Irresistible & essential soulful reggae funk versions from US based The Lions once again gets the revival for the first time on a dinked 45.James Brown penned and originally made famous by Lyn Collins this version has Noelle gracing the vocals for the A side and a killer vocal free version with more than enough killer instrumentation to carry it on it's own accord on the flip.
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Played by: The Allergies
coming soon $8.20
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Isles
Isles (limited gatefold picture disc 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 261P. Rel: 22 Jan 21
 
Deep House
Review: Bicep's second album is shaped by the experience of touring their debut long player for something like three years, a period during which they honed and perfected their instinct for tracks that would stand the test of time and repeated listening. What develops is a distinctive style typified by a combination of ethereal sonics and cheeky, memorable instrumental hooks, only set to a variety of beats that reference and indeed fuse the plethora of different dance genres that have sprung up since the acid house revolution if the mid-80s. So we get everything from the electro-tainted 'X' to 'Rever', where an African choir floats over a subtle deep house shuffle and 'Saku', where UKG bass pressure and skippy beats provide a hypnotic background for Clara La San's sweet but ghostly voice.
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I'm Here Again
Cat: MXMRK 2038. Rel: 29 Jan 21
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. I'm Here Again (edit By Mr. K - Homage To Frankie Knuckles & Larry Levan)
  2. Girl You Need A Change Of Mind (edit By Mr. K)
Review: A - A true top-five peak record at The Garage, this Thelma Houston burner from 1977 was "a highlight whenever Larry played it," Danny Krivit recalls... "and he played it a lot!" Danny's edit is a homage to Larry and Frankie Knuckles - in particular, a reel to reel edit that Frankie did back in the day and shared with Krivit. "Reels were problematic, & when I tried to get it again from him, unfortunately he had lost it too." The song (a clear attempt by Motown to capitalize on the previous year's monster hit "Don't Leave Me This Way"). What sets "I'm Here Again" apart though, is the incredible second half, not surprisingly also the main focus of Mr. K's edit, along with a new straight to the point intro. Over a vicious groove reminiscent of the Originals' "Down To Love Town" breakdown (Michael Sutton wrote and produced both "Love Town" and "I'm Here Again") Houston delivers soul-stirring ad libs as the band crackles with electricity behind her, the piano chasing a descending string riff so eagerly it almost trips over itself. Pure dancefloor peak energy!

B - This band was a departure from the usual Motown session guys, and was comprised of a group called the Young Senators from Washington, DC. Who later formed the nucleus of Chuck Brown and the Soul Searchers. Motown was finalizing its move from Detroit to Los Angeles, and this 1972 Eddie Kendricks session was among the last to be recorded at the famed "Snake Pit" aka Studio A in Detroit. According to Young Senators percussionist Jimi Dougans, "Girl" was recorded at three o'clock in the morning, which perhaps accounts for some of the heavy vibe and distinctly different sound than the typical Motown pop style the label was known for. In a time before 12-inch singles, this was one of those first "made for a club" proto-disco records that could hold its power and even shine on a big system. In fact, Larry Levan used it to test the sound at the Garage. When he got "Girl" sounding good, Danny says, "he knew the system was really pumping and anything else he played would sound good too." The original album cut "was typical of a lot of records, where producers fade out right when the record is climaxing," Danny says. "On a dance floor where people absolutely love the record... they'll just look at the DJ like, 'Why'd you fade it out?'" Taking matters into his own hands, Mr. K edit again aims at the climactic back half of the song, engineering a nearly 7-minute climatic dance floor filler.
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Played by: LEGO EDIT
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Repetition Hymns
Repetition Hymns (gatefold smokey vinyl 2xLP + lithograph)
Cat: PITPV 034. Rel: 25 Jan 21
Ambient/Drone
  1. Closer
  2. Electronic Memory No.1
  3. Eternal Return
  4. The Innocence Of Sleep
  5. Miserere
  6. No Tomorrow
  7. New Winds
  8. Perpetual Notions
  9. Empryrean
  10. Rites Of Luna
  11. Luminous
  12. Theory Of Knowing
  13. Rites Of Luna (reprise)
  14. Evolving Robots
  15. The Space Between
  16. Electronic Memory No.2
  17. A Ballad For Broken Wings
  18. Grace The Sky
  19. Detachment
Review: Past Inside The Present is pleased to announce Repetition Hymns, a double album from the enigmatic Black Swan. Comprised of 19 vignettes, the relatively short tracks impart a strong forward momentum despite the 80-minute runtime. Repetition Hymns is thus particularly well-suited to the temporal distortion of quarantine, in which each day feels like an endless repeating loop. Our bleeding hearts are in need of drone like never before. In the decade since the release of In 8 Movements, Black Swan's 2010 debut, the anonymous producer has built a reputation for his unique brand of tape-based symphonic drones. While the author behind the moniker remains hidden, Black Swan is still able to surprise and captivate. The dark symphonic deconstructions of those early works have slowly evolved, making space for lighter textures and tranquil meditations on sound, expanding the palette of tones while staying true to an identity in flux.
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Hidden Realms
Hidden Realms (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: INFILTRATE 08.
Electro
  1. Hidden Realms
  2. I Guess You Know
  3. Sonically Entwined
  4. Electronic Feelings
Review: Inflitrate's electro mission continues unabated with this new drop from Maltese producer Sound Synthesis. He's previously been spotted on Fundamental, Gated and Nebulae amongst others, and he's coming correct with four brand new cuts right here. This is classically executed electro with a warm middle that will appeal to fans of Radioactive Man's early material. "Hidden Realms" is a brooding yet cosy workout, while "I Guess You Know" heads into more sparkling, emotive territory, and "Sonically Entwined" lets in a little Kraftwerkian noir. "Electronic Feelings" is a more downcast track to close out the 12", but there's still plenty of punch in the broken beat powering the track.
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Played by: Wes Baggaley
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Hey!
Hey! (7")
Cat: ERC 096.
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Hey!
  2. Can We Rebuilt Our City?
Review: Sometimes a record comes along that is a wonderful anomaly that really is all about the music. Silver Leaf recently appeared on the radar via obscuro diggers on both sides of the Atlantic and landed with a Hey!
What is known about Silver Leaf, beyond that it was a short-lived mid-80s project out of Cincinnati, Ohio, is that it features ex-Zephyr keyboardist John Faris, working alongside the mysterious vocalist Silvia Leaf.
The difference between the blues and occasional psychedelic rock of early 70s Boulder, Colorado's Zephyr and the lo-fi recordings of Silver Leaf are striking, but in Hey! and Can We Rebuild Our City?, the power of the ballad and strong playing of John, is wrapped in mid-80s, mid-States lo fi heaven.
Whether a non-de-plume, Ms Leaf's searing, innocent vocals fly above John's keys and programming. Hey!'s repetitive exhalations act like a mantra to a party, while tom's chime in accompaniment. Here it comes!
Can We Rebuild Our City? starts with Faris' forlorn intro before crashing percussion heads to some kind of wonderful, as Leaf questions a calls to hearts.
Releasing just 3 singles, Silver Leaf's music is unique and essential, an experience and a delight to present.





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Take A Leap Of Faith (incl Relic remix)
Cat: CS 026.
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Take A Leap Of Faith
  2. Take A Leap Of Faith (Relic remix)
  3. Point Loma
  4. Limerence
Review: Dutch producer Chris Stussy has been seriously busy in the past couple of years dropping slick and slender tech house on labels like Eastenderz, Rutilance, Djebali and Moscow Records. Now he appears on Constant Sound with yet more sophisticated dancefloor gold. "Take A Leap Of Faith" leads the charge with a driving yet delectably dubbed out take on peak time tech house, peppered with vocal slices and a cheeky acid rub. Relic offers up a remix that straps a sharp, swinging garage house beat to the track with excellent results. "Point Loma" is a funky workout with some cracking slap bass hits, and "Limerence" gets a little quirky without losing that immersive atmosphere of the lead track.
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Concrete Funk
Concrete Funk (140 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: CARDIOLOGYLP 01.
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Solar Funk
  2. Only You Baby
  3. The Do
  4. The Truth
  5. Concrete Soul
  6. Bass Boy
  7. Knuckles
  8. Got To Dance
  9. Let It Be Me
  10. Fameless
  11. The Music
  12. We Do It
Review: Given that John Devecchis AKA The Owl decided to call his long-promised debut album Concrete Funk, you'd probably expect something heavy, grey and angular. Yet the music contained within - a mixture of loopy, gently beefed-up revisions and straight re-edits of killer funk, soul, disco and boogie jams - is anything but grey and dull. It's every bit as colourful as his previous EPs, with the many highlights including the bumpin' 'Solar Funk', the squelchy brilliance of Steve Monite re-rub 'Only You Baby', the synth-heavy, Italo-style throb-job 'The Truth', and the soaring, string-drenched disco release of 'Knuckles'. With 12 killer cuts strewn across two slabs of wax, it's a value-for-money collection that contains more high-grade edits than you can shake a proverbial stick at.
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Played by: Reece Johnson, The Owl
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Storm Control EP
Storm Control EP (hand-numbered transparent orange vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies + download code) (1 per customer)
Cat: PLANT 43004. Rel: 25 Jan 21
Electro
  1. Storm Control
  2. Hydraulic Machines
  3. Sparks In The Grey Light
Review: Storm Control features three new Plant43 tracks which exemplify Emile Facey's continuing quest to speak through his machines. The up front electro of the title track is born out of a yearning for a return to club dance floors while the two on the flip explore deep emotional landscapes through his trademark melodic electro sound.
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Played by: Plant43
coming soon $15.84
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Huit Octobre 1971
Huit Octobre 1971 (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: SSR 45 002. Rel: 12 Feb 21
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Huit Octobre 1971
  2. Raid
Review: Last year Amsterdam-based Soul Supreme served up one of our favourite albums of 2020, a self-titled exploration of dusty beats and colourful boogie synths that still sounds fresh after umpteen listens. Here he returns to action with a similarly excellent two-track seven-inch. A-side 'Huit Octobre 1971' is deliciously laidback, sweet and starry, with Bob James style electric piano motifs and spacey, sustained chords reclining over warm bass and loose-limbed, jazz-funk style drums. He gets more up-tempo on flipside 'Raid', layering more mazy electric piano solos and languid trumpet and sax solos over high-octane, jazz-dance influenced drums.
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Red Clay
Red Clay (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: DFLSCR 0001. Rel: 05 Feb 21
Funk
  1. Red Clay
  2. Nautilus
Review: As the label artwork makes clear, this two-tracker from the previously unheard Alex Santos Orchestra was made in tribute to Creed Taylor's legendary CTI Records imprint, which during the 1970s released some of the finest jazz, jazz-funk and fusion ever made. On side A the studio collective gives their interpretation of Freddie Hubbard's 1970 epic 'Red Clay', with the track's most famous musical elements - jaunty sax riffs and mazy electric piano motifs - rising above a funkier, warmer and tighter interpretation of the track's low-end groove. Turn to the flip for their version of Bob James' favourite 'Nautilus', a harder edge take that combines a faithfully spacey take on the original's electric piano melody with sweatier beats and heavier horns.
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Parliament Edits (reissue)
Parliament Edits (reissue) (sky blue vinyl 7" limited to 100 units 再プレス) (1 per customer)
Cat: BBR 024SKYBLUE. Rel: 31 Mar 21
Funk
  1. Knee Deep (edit) (4:12)
  2. Mothership Bonus Beats (remix) (3:54)
Review: Jorun Bombay likes to muck about with all sorts of different beats, but he always does it with real skill and personality. That's made him one Canada's most revered hip hop stars and here he tackles the one and only Parliament. His version of "Knee Deep" with its extra bass weight and shrill synth lines bring the party vibes thanks to the feel good pianos. "Mothership Bonus Beats" on the flip is a late night, slow and sleazy jam to get you in the mood. The squelchy synth bass is to die for, the drawn out horns linger long in the air making it a perfectly steamy cut.
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coming soon $18.10
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J Jazz Volume 3: Deep Modern Jazz From Japan
VARIOUS
BBE
Cat: BBE 652CLP. Rel: 26 Feb 21
 
Jazz
  1. Yasuhiro Kohno Trio & One - "Song Of Island"
  2. Shigeharu Mukai - "Cumulonimbus"
  3. Kohsuke Mine - "Morning Tide"
  4. Aki Takase Trio - "Song For Hope"
  5. Itakura Katsuyuki Trio - "Honey Sanba"
  6. Ryusei Tomoyose Quartet - "Kirisame"
  7. Masao Nakajima Quartet - "Kemo Sabe"
  8. Hiroshi Murakami & Dancing Sphinx - "Phoebus"
  9. Masaru Imada Trio & One - "Planets"
  10. Tatsuya Nakamura - "1/4 Samba II"
  11. Eiji Nakayama - "Cumorah"
  12. Koichi Matsukaze Trio - "Acoustic Chicken" (feat Ryojiro Furusawa)
Review: Since launching two years ago, Tony Higgins and Mike Peden's J-Jazz series has become an indispensable guide to Japan's modern jazz scene. The third volume continues in a similar vein to its predecessors, gathering together sought-after, overlooked and little-known cuts from across the jazz spectrum (think spiritual, modal, fusion, post-bop and Latin), all of which were recorded by Japanese artists in the 1960s, '70s and '80s. The standard of music is, somewhat predictably, breathtakingly high throughout, with highlights including the weighty post-modal bop of Koshuke Mine's 'Morning Tide', the sun-kissed Brazil-inspired brilliance of Hideo Shiraki's 'Groovy Samba', and a string of funk-fuelled, dancefloor-friendly workouts from Hiroshi Murakami & Dancing Sphynx, Shigeharu Muka and the Ryojiro Furusawa Quartet.
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Orbital Resonance EP
Cat: EMOTEC 001. Rel: 08 Mar 21
Electro
  1. Dreamcoast
  2. Wheel Of Time
  3. Echolab
  4. Cyclotron
Review: Kicking off Damo B's (The Outta Limits Radio Show) new EMOTEC imprint is 'The Orbital Resonance EP' from MOY.
With previous releases on Batrachian, AC Records and Touched Electronix, MOY comes in hard with a perfect start for this new label. With 4 cuts of deep and emotional music the London producer weaves a rich tapestry which straddles deep house, electro and breakbeats with ease, all tied together with cosmic acid lines for the mind and bass lines for the waistlines... this EP has it all!
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You Got Dat Wright (reissue)
You Got Dat Wright (reissue) (LP with obi-strip)
Cat: PLP 6783. Rel: 25 Jan 21
Jazz
  1. Tune Weaver
  2. You Got That Wright
  3. Excuse Me
  4. Summer Love
  5. 79th Street Blues
  6. Love Dream
Review: This is one of the greatest albums of Spiritual Jazz in 80's by Prince Billy Mahdi Wright who is a jazz saxophonist in the underground scene of Chicago. This is his only record as band leader and regendally Eldee Young who is well known as member of Young Holt Unlimited were credited as bassist of this album. P-VINE released it as CD this summer and now present it as reissue LP for the first time!
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