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In The Sun EP
Cat: HP 002. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. In The Sun
  2. Magic Dust
  3. Guitar Solaar
Review: Welcome to our 2nd EP of Original tracks from 12tree's new label, Hot Piroski.
The label is a boisterous mix of Space Disco, Deep Funk edits and Balearic Beats.
The Previous E.P.s saw support from Radio 1 Essential Mix, Pete Herbert, Ursula 1000, Phil Mison, Justin Rushmore, Dan McKie, DNS beats, Primavera sound and more...
A side: 'In the Sun' - featuring soulful vocals from Katty Heath over a Deep disco re-edit that morphs into a deep house-tinged groover.
On the flip:
'Magic Dust' - poolside blissed out beats on a vapour wave tip.
'Guitar Solaar' - soul-tinged groover with a wiff of Marvin Gaye.
All tracks Produced and recorded by 12Tree at his studio in Barcelona.



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FORTHCOMING
Dance Dance Dance (reissue)
Dance Dance Dance (reissue) (12" 再プレス)
Cat: PP 55512. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Dance Dance Dance (disco version) (6:13)
  2. Dance Dance Dance (DJ version) (2:55)
Review: Originally taking form as Universal Robot Band's dreamy instrumental disco cut "Thyme" in 1977, within a year of its release Patrick Adams invited Marta Acuna to add suitably yearning, hazy vocal. Adding to the silky groove's allure without taking any of its original soul, Marta elevated an already pristine track into a real moment that embodies the deeper, most soulful aspects of late 70s disco. A highly authentic P&P reissue.
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FORTHCOMING
All U Gotta Do Is Listen
Cat: HZ O11. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Deep House
  1. All U Gotta Do Is Listen
  2. Night Time Is The Right Time
Review: The crew behind the Hizou label is rightly chuffed that they've managed to secure this two-tracker from Andres, a Detroit producer whose releases - whether aimed at deep house dancefloors or hip-hop heads - are rarely less than superb. The two tracks the label has selected are suitably strong, too. Check first A-side "All U Gotta Do Is Listen", a warm and hazy chunk of break-driven mid-tempo deep house rich in jazzy samples, swirling crowd noises, chunky bass and dewy-eyed instrumentation. Andres' vintage influences are explored further on flipside "Night Time Is The Right Time", a P-funk influenced deep house bumper whose swinging drums and elongated organ chords casually tip a wink to classic New Jersey garage.
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FORTHCOMING
Attraktors
Attraktors (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: VIVOD 024LP.
Post Rock/Experimental
  1. Future Systems
  2. Math Redux
  3. Heavy Water
  4. Maximum Minimum
  5. She Of Stars
  6. Mensonge Et La Chute
  7. Theme From Unknown
  8. Search Mode
  9. A Nearfield Background
  10. Interlude For Wounded Deer
Review: Attraktors are JFlower: Antronhy: Jhon:

Former members of Six.BySeven: Bivouac: Julian Cope: The Selecter: Nectarine No9

Inspired by Minimalism: Fripp: Eno: Marcel Duchamp: Krautrock: Proto-Punk: Soundscores: Sci-Fi: Computer Science.




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FORTHCOMING
OCD presents The Secret Sun: Reentry EP
Cat: OCDSS TWO. Rel: 16 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Eschew
  2. Ecordes
  3. Strong
  4. Dat007
  5. Cheeting
Review: For the second salvo in their "Secret Sun" series of unreleased 1990s techno tracks, O.C.D has plucked five superb cuts from the dusty DAT tapes of Scott Featherstone, a period producer who released one 12" as Beyond A Void way back in 1992. They've found some genuine gold, too, with the five previously unheard tracks offering a melodious and floor-friendly mixture of languid electro rhythms, shuffling breakbeats, tight techno drums, weighty bass, colourful lead lines, atmospheric ambient techno pads, subtle Yorkshire bleep motifs and lashings of sun-kissed deep house melodies. Highlights are plentiful throughout, though we're particularly enjoying the sub-heavy swing of "Dat007", the Motor City influenced brilliance of "Ecordes" and the clanking sci-fi futurism of "Cheeting" [sic].
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Some EP
Some EP (12")
Cat: MULENV 019.
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Some
  2. Kinda
  3. Science
Review: Mulen's latest must-check release is a collaborative affair from experienced producer Alexis Cabrera (Raummusik, Salty Nuts, Yaji) and Jorge Saveretti (Esperanza, Visionquest, Cadenza). Given their collective history, you'll be unsurprised to learn that the "Some EP" is really rather good. They set their stall out via an impressive title track that wraps spacey but funky riffs, deep space pads and undulating acid lines around a memorable bassline and typically swinging tech-house beats). "KInda" tips a wink to the glitchy, bass-heavy sound of Romanian minimal techno and the swinging intergalactic tech-house funk of Paris's YYY label, while "Science" is a deep, woozy and wonky affair full of minor key bleeps, jazzy motifs and locked-in beats.
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Played by: SY
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FORTHCOMING
Melona EP (Chris Massey remix)
Melona EP (Chris Massey remix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: IIB 053. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Melona
  2. Melona (Chris Massey remix)
  3. Onewish
  4. Two Voices
Review: Michael David is a musician from LA California best known as one half of Classixx. The sunshine drps off these three tracks. Melona is a blissed out summer jam with 80's guitar chords and sweet keyboard notes. One wish is a slower dubby groove while Two Voices chills out further for a real sunset melt. Chris Massey adds some weight to Melona giving ia slight nod to Shaker songs. Lovely ep all round




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FORTHCOMING
Deep Concentration EP
Cat: NDATL 024. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Be With You
  2. One Less Struggle
  3. Deep Concentration
Review: NDATL continues with an new EP from upcoming deep connoisseur Ed Nine from Chicago. The EP starts off with the energetic "Be With You" snappy beats and uplifting chords, next up "One Less Struggle" takes u into the sublime with it's deep bassline and plush chords. The B side holds the title track "Deep Concentration" which exemplifies just that, a concentration on what's deep.
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FORTHCOMING
Breaking Up Is Hard
Breaking Up Is Hard (mini LP limited to 150 copies in hand-spray painted and stamped sleeve by Eliphino + printed coloured inner sleeve)
Cat: SECRET 024. Rel: 16 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Studio Time
  2. Old Lemons
  3. Second Sunday
  4. Breaking Up Is Hard
  5. I Don't Want To Wait For You
  6. IG Messenger
  7. Dusty
Review: Secretsundaze welcomes Eliphino to the gala relaunch of their imprint for a thoroughly satisfying mini album of contemplative jacking and dulcet breakbeats.

Eliphino's most recent 'Realistic Sex EP' on the hotly tipped Meda Fury label boasts thunderous breaks, 303s and serious sub-bass pressure which has gained praise from tastemakers such as Jon K, Carista, Josey Rebelle, Moxie and Gilles Peterson.Having flexed with this darker edged EP after a long lay-off from releasing, while sharpening his skills and reconnecting with his musical inspiration, Eliphino is now ready to really cut loose with 'Breaking Up Is Hard' - a statement longplayer that dreamily investigates the dusty spaces between house, breakbeat, ambient, hardcore and acid. Tom This album came about as way of focussing my energy in the wake of a significant break up. I tried to experiment with melody and texture to convey some of the range of emotions that come with such a testing time. That being said, the B-side bangers are more dedicated to abandon and forgetting your worries.

Hailing originally from the Leeds, but with time spent in both London and Berlin, 'Breaking Up Is Hard' lands somewhere between the Hessle Audio crew, Joy O and Selected Ambient Works era Aphex.

Having previously released heaters for Brownswood and Hoya Hoya over the years, Eliphino stepping up for the debut artist LP on the reactivated Secretsundaze label feels like a natural fit as James Priestley explains:

""We've collectively had a connection and friendship with Tom that goes back several years and in fact it was receiving this work as demos that really spurred and inspired us into getting the label rolling again. It feels totally right to be working with him on this and for this mini-LP to herald the relaunch of the label as it moves towards a more artist led as opposed to EP driven approach.
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FORTHCOMING
Sub Terrain One
Sub Terrain One (12" + MP3 download code + insert)
Cat: SUBTERRAIN VINYLONE.
Drum And Bass
  1. Ffliktion - "Malcom's Break"
  2. Ffliktion - "Nite Rithym"
  3. Ffliktion - "Sunday Atmosphere"
  4. Dreamlogicc - "March Liquid"
  5. Dreamlogicc - "Clique On"
Review: Sub Terrain One is the first in a series of split EPs featuring high tempo bass music by ffliktion & dreamlogicc. Three cuts from ffliktion on the A side pair classic jungle breaks with hazy atmospherics and weighty basslines. Two cuts from dreamlogicc on the B side touch on hypnotic trance progressions with deep spacey textures.
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FORTHCOMING
Enweye
Enweye (12")
Cat: YOYAKU 002. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Nowel
  2. Jowanne
  3. Nowel (Varhat remix)
Review: Four years ago, Vincent Lemieux + Guillaume & The Coutu Dumont made their collaborative debut as Flabbergast via a fine EP on Circus Company. They've been silent since, meaning that this belated sequel on Yoyaku feels like a big release. "Enweye" operates towards the deeper end of the stripped-back tech-house spectrum, with the duo wrapping intergalactic synthesizer melodies around rock solid kick drums, crashing cymbals and fluid tribal percussion on impeccable opener "Nowel". "Jowanne" is arguably even deeper, with cascading ambient lead lines tumbling down over a shuffling rhythm track and more tropical drum hits. Over on side B, Varhat offers his interpretation of "Nowel", in the process delivering a loose-limbed tech-house percussion jam with hazy, sun-kissed melodies occasionally rising above the sweat-soaked beats.
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On Broken Glass
On Broken Glass (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ERC 073. Rel: 28 May 19
Pop
  1. I Can't Crack (Broken mix) (6:28)
  2. Throw Away The Script (instrumental mix) (5:20)
  3. Dancing The Hard Bargin (extended mix) (6:29)
  4. Bullet (Unreleased Mix) (9:08)
Review: Emotional Rescue returns to the music of British "pop" band Furniture, with an EP of the band's own extended versions, remixes and unreleased takes of their particular output.

Taken from three 12"s that followed When The Boom Was On (ERC072), the songs included cast a light on their development from 3 to 5 piece, adding Sally Still (bass) and Maya Gilder (keyboards) and the new male/female frontline. The subsequent broadening of their line-up and sound meant they could start to address the kind of pop music they wanted to play.

After the early releases garneered radio play and reviews, Furniture were launched into the melee of '80s pop. An anomaly, the band found they attracted a specific kind of "intense" follower, who were often beguiled by Furniture's freaky normality. This was addressed on the 1984 release, 'I Can't Crack'. A more urgent version of the sound Furniture had debuted with 'Why Are We In Love', the track, sung by Tim, was based around a sequencer-like rhythm played live by drummer Hamilton Lee, and a clarinet part played by Tim's brother, Larry Whelan. A mix of bleakness and euphoria, the song was and is a favourite of the band and considered one of their best self-productions, as well as becoming a latter day club play.

This is followed by the studio experiment 'Throw Away The Script', where the band wrestled with sequencers and synth-pop, but then countered it with a free-jazz sax solo. Found on the flip of the double A -side of 'Love Your Shoes' 12", this instrumental version too became an underground club hit, including a cult play at Fran Lenaer's influential Valencia club, Spook Factory. Played loud, the studio mastery, trickery and oft-accidental discoveries come to the fore, with tissue-damaging frequencies giving extra sound system shaking bottom end.

The B-side continues the band's love of making extended mixes with 'Dancing The Hard Bargain'. Co-produced with Tim Parry (formerly of Blue Zoo), they threw everything at these 12" versions. Able to relax and focus on the sounds they really liked, rather than the ones thought more commercial, this can be clearly heard on this compelling, percussive mix, a stop-start breakdown becoming a band hallmark.
To close this collection is the mammoth 'Bullet'. Again sung by Whelan, an edited version of which debuted on the 1986 Survival compilation of Furniture tracks called 'The Lovemongers', here this previously unreleased original take is centred on a mesmeric tape loop, live drums and a guest appearance by violinist Helena Bjorelius.





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Played by: Manu•Archeo
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FORTHCOMING
Heavy Hitter EP
Heavy Hitter EP (limited gold marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: ADR 002. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Heavy Hitter
  2. Medi Bass
  3. Frequency Patterns
  4. Darkmatter
Review: Three years after the "Illahertz EP" on Shipwrec Records, Jason McCracken makes this great come back on his own Advanced Robotiks imprint with heavy rotation from DJStingray, Helena Hauf, and the underground global Electro scene.
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FORTHCOMING
Psy Lance EP
Psy Lance EP (limited 12" 再プレス)
Cat: TAPEHISS 002. Rel: 29 Nov 19
Deep House
  1. Psy Lance
  2. Bazz
  3. Preacha Bonus
Review: It's been a while since Zolta Pal last used the Jaffa Surfa alias. In fact, his last outing under the pseudonym dropped three years ago on Houseworx (the US garage-flavoured Pimpin' EP). This three-tracker happily finds him in fine form, delivering a more tech-tinged trio of aquatic deep house cuts. There's naturally plenty to enjoy, from the subterranean shuffle and liquid melodies of "Bazz" and heavy percussive bump of "Psy Lance" - all thickset, multi-tracked drums, calming pads and fizzing electronics - to the beatless bliss of "Preacha Bonus", which - unsurprisingly given the title - features a deep south preacher chatting over heady ambient chords.
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FORTHCOMING
Montpelier/Rumex
Montpelier/Rumex (100 gram vinyl 10")
Cat: TIO S3.
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Montpelier
  2. Rumex
Review: Leif presents the third instalment of his 10" vinyl series exploring off-kilter, shimmering rhythmic and melodic abstractions




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FORTHCOMING
Spasm
Spasm (10")
Cat: EVIL 002.
Techno
  1. Spasm
  2. Turbulence
Review: It's now been two decades since Gallic producer Joan-Mael Peneau first donned the Maelstrom alias for the very first time. He's been in particularly fine form of late, offering up essential EPs on Cultivated Electronics, Central Processing Unit and Private Persons. Here he makes his debut on Craigie Knowes' hard-wired techno and electro offshoot C-Know-Evil with a formidably tough two-track offering. A-side "Spasm" is a riotous fusion of metallic percussion hits, high-octane electro drums, doom-laden acid lines and bass so raw and intense it was probably made in Scotland from girders. He opts for an even more doom-laden techno sound on fizzing flipside "Turbulence", wrapping increasingly intense electronic motifs around a surging rhythm track.
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FORTHCOMING
Poisoned Words (Ricardo Villalobos remixes)
Cat: OSC 16. Rel: 16 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Poisoned Words (Ricardo Villalobos remix 1)
  2. Poisoned Words (Ricardo Villalobos remix 2)
Review: Minimal house supergroup Mandar have been on a roll since they launched Oscillat back in 2014, but this release ranks among their highlights to date. The dream team of Lazare Hoche, Malin Genie and S.A.M originally released "Poisoned Words" as the B side to their String Theory 12" in May 2018, and now they revisit the track with a double dose of remixes from none other than Ricardo Villalobos. The minimal overlord lives up to expectations on both flips of the original track, finding a singular voice within the context of minimal techno, needling into the tiniest sonic details and holding down an insistent groove that will sit beautifully in the mix. The A side features a simmering version that revels in wriggling sound design with ample space to flex and mutate, while the B side stretches out into a quintessential Villalobos wormhole of a remix. Unmissable sonics from one of the scene's true legends.




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Played by: Malin Genie
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FORTHCOMING
Dancing Elephants (reissue)
Cat: DE 259. Rel: 23 Aug 19
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Stop & Play
  2. Beauty Of Language
  3. Window
  4. A Swan In The Ocean
  5. Miss B
Review: Mekanik Kommando was a post punk / New Wave band from Nijmegen, the Netherlands founded in 1979 by Peter van Vliet and Laszlo Panyigay. The duo became a quartet with the addition of Simon van Vliet and Mirjam van Hout. The name Mekanik Kommando comes from the album 'Mekanik Destruktiw Kommandoh' by the French progressive rock band Magma. Inspired by a DIY ethos, Kraftwerk and Magma, the band began recording songs at home using two tape recorders. Their demo cassette was discovered by Wally van Middendorp of Minny Pops and owner of Plurex Records, who booked them for a gig at Paradiso in Amsterdam. In 1981 they were asked to contribute music on a flexidisc for the first issue of newly established magazine Vinyl. In the summer of that year the band recorded their debut album 'It Would Be Quiet In The Woods If Only A Few Birds Sing' released on Torso.
In February 1982 the band secured five days of studio time at Salisbury Sound in Dordrecht. The end result was the mini-album 'Dancing Elephants' released on Torso later that year. Musically, the five songs are a mix between cold wave, experimental electronic and industrial pop. The band utilized two bass guitars plus a Korg 770, KR-55 drum machine, violin, effects, metals and plastics. Lyrics explore themes of decay and morality, hypnotically spoken on top of playfully metallic sounds. All songs have been mastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley. Each EP is housed in a replica of the original jacket, which features artwork by the group members, and includes a 4-page booklet with lyrics and notes designed by Eloise Leigh.
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FORTHCOMING
The Director's Cut Chapter 4
The Director's Cut Chapter 4 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AX 082DC. Rel: 23 Aug 19
Techno
  1. Deadly Rays (Of A Hot White Sun)
  2. Deadly Rays (Of A Hot White Sun) (Jeff Mills Commentary)
  3. Gateway Of Zen (Percussion mix)
  4. Gateway Of Zen (Jeff Mills Commentary)
  5. 999
  6. 999 (Jeff Mills Commentary)
  7. The Industry Of Dreams
  8. The Industry Of Dreams (Jeff Mills Commentary)
Review: For those new to Jeff Mills' vast - and largely incredible - back catalogue, the Director's Cut series should be essential. Like its predecessors, this fourth volume gathers together various versions of killer cuts previously produced and released by the Motor City legend over the past two decades. Highlights include deep space techno workout "Deadly Rays (Of A Hot White Sun)", the densely layered African percussion, low slung bass and echoing organ stabs of "Gateway Of Zen (Percussion Mix)", the bleep-heavy electro/techno fusion of sweaty workout "999" and the alien-sounding, minor-key hypnotism of "The Industry Of Dreams". Each track is accompanied by a separate "audio commentary" from the man himself, which is ideal for those who love to hear artists talking about their work.
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Played by: S-File
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FORTHCOMING
I Want To Thank You (remix)
Cat: KON 004. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. I Want To Thank You (KON Shine Your Light remix)
  2. I Want To Thank You (KON dub)
Review: Having previously breathed new life into classic cuts from L.T.D, George Duke and Sylvester, Kon has now turned his attention to another all-time favourite: Alicia Myers' 1981 stunner "I Want To Thank You", a disco-era gospel-soul favourite that remains one of the era's most timeless club records. Working from the multi-track tapes, Kon teases out Myers' killer vocal - drenched in just the right amount of reverb and delay - atop a slightly stripped-back groove before giving it the full kitchen sink treatment. Just as good is the flipside Dub, which flits between beat-free sections and the track's killer groove in the manner of disco dubs from the early 1980s. The song itself may not have needed tampering with, but Kon's versions are genuinely superb.
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FORTHCOMING
OGEWHITE 002
OGEWHITE 002 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: OGEWHITE 002.
Deep House
  1. Neither
  2. Liquid Luck
  3. Acension
  4. Movement
Review: Like its parent label, Oge's "White" series serves up regular missives of deep house/tech-house fusion with no hint as to the identity of the producer (or producers) behind the showcased tracks. We've no idea as to who made this EP, but we can confirm that it's well worth a listen. Opener "Neither" boasts dub house bass, rolling tech-tinged deep house grooves, spacey electronics and the kind of enveloping chords more regularly found on ambient records. "Liquid Luck" is a slightly more bustling chunk of warm and woozy tech-house-funk, while "Ascension" sees or shadowy hero (or heroes) make merry with cut-up synth-funk bass, East End Dubz style beats and some suitably alien electronics. Closing cut "Movement", meanwhile, offers a deeper early morning take on the European tech-house sound.
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FORTHCOMING
The Very Polish Cut Outs Sampler Vol 6
  1. Skaldowie - "Twa Jasna Widze Twarz" (Holiday 80 edit)
  2. Anna Jantar - "Dizinsowe Maniery" (Aleksander Bisti edit)
  3. Kult - "Piosenka Mlodych Wios Larzy" (Schmoltz edit)
  4. Kontrola W - "To Bedzie Koniec" (Schmoltz edit)
Review: Earlier in the decade, the Very Polish Cut-Outs released a quintet of must-have EPs featuring some sublime re-edits. The label has been dormant for the best part of three years, so the belated arrival of this sixth volume of cut-jobs is very good news indeed. Whiskey Disco contributor Holiday 80 kicks things off in fine style with a rolling dub disco revision of Skaldowie's horn-heavy , reggae-influenced "Twa Jasna Widze Twarz", before Aleksander Bisti delivers a tight tweak of Anna Jantar's camp and grandiose disco workout "Dizinsowe Maniery". Over on side B Schmoltz takes over and serves up two sizzling "cut outs": a cheeky revision of Kult's Italo-disco era synth-rock number "Piosenka Mlodych Wios Larzy" and a drowsy shuffle through the Balearic rock haziness of Kontrola W's "To Bedzie Koniec".
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Under Cover Lover
Cat: KALITA 12010. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Under Cover Lover
  2. Under Cover Lover (instrumental)
Review: Kalita are happy to announce the first ever re-release of Stirling March's 1985 Bahamian boogie grail 'Under Cover Lover'. With original copies painfully hard to find and commanding eye-wateringly high prices, we believe the time is ripe to share this masterpiece with the world once more, accompanied by never-before-seen photos and interview-based liner notes.

Falling in love with music at an early age, Stirling listened religiously on the radio to both soul and disco greats, as well as to contemporary pop and rock musicians including Stevie Wonder, The Jackson 5 and Elton John. By the age of twenty-one he decided release his own record in an attempt to demonstrate to the Bahamian music industry his own ability, and in the hope that it would help him launch his musical career. Written over the space of just a few hours, the result was 'Under Cover Lover'. A sun-kissed Caribbean boogie track, Stirling explains that "this was the first song the I had written that I felt was good enough in its arrangement to put to tape".

Recorded at a local studio in Nassau that was available for budding young musicians to give it their best shot at fame, Stirling proudly recalls that it "turned out much better than I had expected. It reinforced my confidence that I could really be good at singing". The record was originally released on the sound engineer's own label Illumination Records, but was distributed solely by Stirling, who admits that "I had absolutely no idea what I was doing. I knew I had something good but didn't quite understand the industry and nobody picked it up". Although he recalls the local radio airtime being "phenomenal", difficulties in elevating the record's status were further compounded by his own financial inability to promote the record as it probably warranted. As a result, the record was therefore soon sadly lost into distant memory.

We hope that this re-release brings 'Under Cover Lover' the recognition that it deserves as one of the best Caribbean boogie tracks to ever be put to wax.
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Electro City Moving EP
Cat: RUTI 019. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Edge Of The Mirror
  2. Forever Moving
  3. Synchronicity
  4. Electrogirl
Review: Since making his debut in 2015, Chris Stussy has released a remarkable amount of music. Yet it's hard to fault any of his 22 previous EPs, which tend towards the chunkier, tech-tinged end of the deep house spectrum. His latest four-tracker is naturally full of top-notch cuts, too. Check first opener "Edge of the Mirror", where wonderfully melodic musical elements wrap themselves around a tough electronic deep house groove, before diving into the bass-heavy early morning hypnotism of "Forever Moving", which sounds like something you'd have heard at Twilo in New York circa 1996. "Synchronicity" is a string-drenched treat blessed with a fantastically rush-inducing breakdown, while "Electro Girl" is a fine fusion of tech-house electronics and oven-hot deep house grooves.
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Koy Jaye (edit)
Cat: KOI JAYE. Rel: 30 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Koy Jaye (edit)
Review: There's not a lot of info about this one other than it's a "mysterious" re-edit that's been setting alight the DJ sets of some serious selectors on the European electronic disco underground. Whoever is behind it, and whatever the original source material may be - we've not got a clue - "Koy Jaye" is astonishingly good: a throbbing chunk of glassy-eyed, shirts-off Italo-disco/Bollywood fusion that layers exotic Indian vocals and snaking horn lines over druggy arpeggio style bass and a stomping drum machine rhythm. It's the kind of thing capable of sending dancefloors crazy at four in the morning, and there's always room in the record bag for jams like that.
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Played by: Benjamin Fröhlich
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Gettraum Hors Serie 002
Gettraum Hors Serie 002 (limited hand-stamped 12" 再プレス)
Cat: GRHS 002. Rel: 30 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Exercise (6:06)
  2. Pago (6:36)
  3. Bassomatic (6:20)
  4. Brocomania (6:09)
Review: Somewhat surprisingly, two years has passed since Traumer launched the "Gettraum Hors Series" of ultra-limited, hand-stamped singles. We're not quite sure why the French producer - real name Romain Reynaud - has held back volume two, but we're happy to say that it's been well worth the wait. He hits the ground running with "Exercise", a sun-soaked chunk of tech-house funk built around jaunty stabs, glistening chords and a thickset synth bassline, before reaching for sub-heavy analogue bass, rolling drums and more sparkling electronics on the similarly positive sounding "Pago". Over on side B, "Bassomatic" is an acid-fired slammer shot through with sneaky audio references to turn of the '90s "bleep and bass", while gorgeous closing cut "Brocomania" wraps attractive dub techno motifs and ambient chords around warm bass and bustling breakbeats.
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Played by: ROTCIV
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Shiloh (A King's Return)
Shiloh (A King's Return) (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: SJU 12R06.
Deep House
  1. Shiloh (A King's Return)
  2. We, The Party (Let's Get Down)
Review: Ever-dependable hero of deep house since the good old days, Glenn Underground is back with fresh goodies for his Strictly Jazz Unit imprint, and if you liked what he's done before then there's no doubt you'll like this as well. "Shiloh (A King's Return)" is a steady roller, defined by the synth-sax freestyling over the top of a crisp beat and bluesy chord workout. "We, The Party (Let's Get Down)" is a more soaring affair, with some neat kinks in the drums and a sumptuous spread of Rhodes action all delivered in that quintessentially Blue Note GU flavour.
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coming soon $12.16
FORTHCOMING
Ha Benoapome 141 (reissue)
Cat: DE 256. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Ha Benoapome 141
  2. Glasfabrik
  3. Capataz
Review: We have been working on this reissue since we began the label 10 years ago, and finally its ready to share with the world. Velodrome need no introduction to most, but for the uninitiated, they are the duo of Krishna Goineau (Electronics + Vocals) and Jordi Guber (Electronics + Programming). At age 15, Jordi played guitar in Barcelona punk band Ultimo Resorte, and formed Lineas Aereas with Frank Palomo after becoming interested in electronics. Krishna had been performing with Chrislo Haas and Beate Bartel in Liaisons Dangereuses. Krishna and Jordi met in 1979 through Jordi's brother Raul, who was in the no wave group Xeerox. The idea of collaborating came when Krishna paid a visit to the rehearsal studio that Xeerox shared with Lineas Aereas. After dissolving Liaisons Dangereuses in 1983, Krishna, who was impressed by Jordi's synthesizer skills, decided they should move to Brussels. There they formed the short lived Metropakt, releasing two songs on various compilations in 1985. Not long after, they re-named their project Velodrome and began to rehearse with greater discipline. Experimenting with the latest Roland machines, which were equipped with MIDI, was an exciting challenge for the duo. In November 1987 they recorded three songs, "Au Velodrome 141", "Glassfabrik" and "Capataz" at ICP Studios in Brussels, with additional vocals from Annemie Gers. They found a home on German label Animalized, and the songs were released in 1988 as the '?? ????????? 141' EP. The record is striking, dynamic, challenging yet accessible, with Krishna's frenzied vocals sharply contrasting with the cool, angular production. In more recent years, the release has become much sought after by fans of techno, electro, minimal synth, and avant-garde music. Each song has been remastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios. The vinyl comes with a postcard and features the original jacket art with a photo of the rings of Saturn, echoing Krishna's words, "we slide very well through the velodrome, there are no limits, only ice.
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coming soon $11.92
FORTHCOMING
Riot EP
Riot EP (12")
Cat: USR 012. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Scuffle
  2. Riot
  3. Don't Be A Slave (Consumerism mix)
  4. Assault
Review: Five years on from the release of his brilliant debut 'Watched By The Experts" album on Apartment Records, VernoN finally returns to action. While that acclaimed set explored a sleazy mix of techno, EBM and new beat, this belated follow-up features a quartet of tracks wrapped in the distinctively wild and undulating sounds of Roland's legendary TB-303 bass synthesizer. There are a couple of suitably forthright, acid house style "jack tracks" - see the superb "Assault" and the snappy alien funk of "Riot" - alongside a bustling, breakbeat-driven acid shuffler ["Don't Be a Slave (Consumerism Mix)]", with its bounding waves of wild electronics and whispered vocal samples) and a surging acid-electro workout that's so psychedelic it could probably induce hallucinations in even the most sober of listeners (standout "Scuffle").
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coming soon $11.41
FORTHCOMING
untitled - circa 2014
Cat: DETUND 40. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
  5. Track 5
  6. Track 6
  7. Track 7
  8. Track 8
Review: Master of ambient spaces and far out places, long-time Finnish producer Sasu Ripatti (aka Vladislav Delay) blesses us once again with another release, this from his 'Visa' period of unreleased tracks.

The first track out of the gate is a recognizable Vladislav Delay piece, but instead of gently flowing rivers of sound, instead we have a series of stiff, machine-like rhythms applied to his classic infinitely deep pads and ambient environmental sounds. It just continues to pile in more elements until becoming almost indistinguishable from his natural, organic flow. From there we move into somewhat more familiar territory but still unusually stripped down and mechanical for a Vladislav Delay joint. It's fascinating to see such an intricate songwriting process laid bare in such a way, often exposing each individual, nearly bottomless sound in isolation.

Deeper into the album, things veer into decidedly more abrasive and synthetic territory, at times becoming an almost unrecognizable artist for a moment, only to be eventually subsumed under layers of shifting ambience that could only be Sasu.

This austere minimalism makes these tracks some of the most hypnotic since the early 90s excursions, but at the same time seems to have left its organic, analog roots and melded with the harsh gridlocked modern sequencer. ~Clint Anderson
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coming soon $14.19
FORTHCOMING
Body Map
  1. Crow
  2. Body Map
  3. Love Comes & Goes
  4. Cold Blooded Hands
Review: Somewhat surprisingly, this tasty 12" marks Years Of Denial's first solo release since 2016's "Blood Debts" LP, an intoxicating, otherworldly fusion of industrial, EBM, experimental electronica and mind-bending rhythmic noise. The Italian artist hits the ground running with "Crow", where drowsy, stylized spoken word vocals echo above tight acid flashes, moody bass, doom-laden chords and bustling drum machine beats, before rushing towards throbbing EBM territory on "Body Map". Over on the flipside the Mascara-clad fun continues on the clanking industrial-meets-electro warp of "Love Comes And Goes" and the guitar-laden moodiness of closing cut "Cold Blooded Hands".
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coming soon $11.92
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