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Labirinto (7")
Cat: COS 1117. Rel: 25 Jan 16
  1. 2001 & BETO - "Labirinto" (1:55)
  2. Trio Macoto - "Swinga Sambaby" (1:35)
 in stock $8.84
Cat: MRB 7131. Rel: 24 Nov 16
  1. Because Of Money (5:54)
  2. Obi Ye Saa Wui (4:21)
Review: The 3rd Generation Band hail from Ghana, recording only six tracks in their time together, all for the Essiebons label and now Mr Bongo reissue these two super rare tracks. The life affirming Afro Rhythm & Blues of "Because Of Money" was also featured on Soundway's Ghana Soundz compilation previously. It was compiled by Andrew Edwards. The band was formed in the late 70's by leader Rockson, a soldier at the time. The original record is extremely rare and this reissue is a replica 7", including the original picture paper sleeve that was carefully restored by Andrew Edwards. B side track "Obi Ye Saa Wui" is African style soul-funk, very influenced by James Brown.
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 in stock $9.63
Cat: SCR 7. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. Dead & Gone (4:03)
  2. Wrong Part Of Town (3:37)
out of stock $10.15
Eastern Soul (12" + insert)
Cat: FTN 008. Rel: 05 Apr 18
  1. Wings Of Love (2:56)
  2. Mi Nishkani (2:59)
  3. Yahlel Hawa (2:50)
  4. Im Nin'Alu (2:59)
Review: Israel's infamous Tvsia Abarbanel, a Goddess in her own right, is back on our charts thanks to the ever-impressive Fortuna Records, and the label have once again dug up an impossibly rare independent recording from the 1970s that has rarely ever been seen or smelled by even the most addicted of diggers. Much like the other 1970 recording they reissued back in 2012, Eastern Soul is Abarbanel attempting to mix traditional Yemenite sounds jazz, funk and soul, resulting in a veritablely singular sound throughout. The opening "Wings Of Love" is a moody jazz track made for the dancefloor, but our favourite is the B1, "Yahlel Hawa", an incredible display of traditional Israeli percussion, iconic singing, and the American jazz influence that just ties it all together.These won't last long. Recommended.
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out of stock $22.63
  1. Abel Lima E Les Sofas - "Corre Riba Corre Baxo"
  2. Abel Lima Des Iles Du Cap Vert - "Nos Maos"
Review: Supreme Cape-Verdean funk from the 70s, two of Abel Lima's most distinctive cuts are re-energised by Sofrito. "Corre Riba Corre Baxo" translates to what comes up must come down... But there's no come down here; pure positivity oozes from every highlife guitar strum and the overwhelming presence of the walking bassline. "Nos Maos" is a tad more subdued as the French and Portuguese lyrics pin down a tight, horn-led Caribbean groove. Act fast: as with all Super Singles, this one is super-limited!
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out of stock $7.02
La Pina Madura (7" + insert) (1 per customer)
Cat: NYCT 7038. Rel: 10 May 18
  1. La Pina Madura (part 1) (4:52)
  2. La Pina Madura (part 2) (4:43)
Review: Abelardo Carbono must be one of Colombia's most legendary artists, particularly for championing the sound of "champeta", a guitar-led style that has come to represent the South American country and its music. The Names You Can Trust imprint comes through with a glorious one-tracker by Carbono himself, alongside his 'Grupo' and, unsurprisingly, the masterful modern production of Quantic. "La Pina Madura" is a beast of a track, all built with percussive glory and the fiery South American zest that is made all the more effective by Quantic's post-production work. Slightly off-kilter and irregular in its shapes, this is undoubtedly a 7" single that you will want to bust out this summer. Blazing hot!


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out of stock $10.93
Cat: BJR 45005. Rel: 01 May 18
  1. Chenar Le Blues (3:17)
  2. Avehri (3:23)
 in stock $10.40
Omnam (12")
Cat: BIGAMO 3. Rel: 05 Apr 18
  1. Aguas Sagradas Do Ganges (5:15)
  2. Lembra (3:05)
  3. Vozes No Vento (4:08)
  4. Por Ela (3:45)
  5. Intensidade (3:21)
  6. Tudo Bom (4:36)
  7. Esperanca (3:33)
  8. Versos De Amor (3:59)
  9. Tu E Que Sabes (3:13)
  10. Vozes No Vento (reprise) (2:07)
out of stock $19.25
Cat: BM 1701. Rel: 30 Apr 18
  1. Funky Reggae (6:26)
  2. Take You Down (4:16)
out of stock $15.87
Chicanita (7" in hand-stamped sleeve) (1 per customer)
Cat: SR 002. Rel: 20 Apr 17
  1. Chicanita (4:41)
  2. This Time (4:20)
out of stock $12.75
South Asian Edits (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SPICE 1. Rel: 05 Aug 19
  1. Mast Qalandar (Raheel Khan edit) (6:36)
  2. Sansani (Adesi edit) (5:29)
  3. Nah Nah Nah (Adesi edit) (3:33)
  4. Kammata (Adesi edit) (4:36)
  5. Kuchi Kuchi (Adesi edit) (4:51)
Review: Exploring the sounds emanating from South Asia, Masaala is a new label with a fresh outlook. The first release features Manchester-based producers Raheel Khan and Adesi turning in some powerful edits that will appeal to anyone seeking invigorating sounds from further afield. Khan's twist on "Mast Qalandar" sounds like a striking version of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan's "Mustt Mustt". Adesi offers up the lions share of the edits though, channeling South Asian sounds through grooves ranging from the fierce disco stomp of "Sansani" to the low slung funk groove of "Nah Nah Nah". "Kammata" has a more dense rhythmic complexity at its heart, and "Kuchi Kuchi" collides traditional sounds with contemporary broken beat to brilliant effect.
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Brasil Edits (warehouse find) (hand-stamped 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: ADV 6. Rel: 07 Sep 18
  1. Black Anchors (5:44)
  2. Quem Nao Quer (6:25)
  3. Purity (5:43)
out of stock $10.93
Cat: STEDIT 004. Rel: 01 Aug 18
  1. Atewo-Lara Ka Tepa Mo'se (Ben Gomori Juish edit) (8:32)
  2. Ojo Je (SMBD '85 Raw Disco mix) (6:37)
  3. Ojo Je (SMBD Rascal dub) (3:54)
Review: On this fine EP from the Sterns Edits camp, Ben Gomori and SMBD (AKA Gilles Peterson favourite Simbad) take it in turns to rework cuts from 1980s Nigerian star Segun Adewale. On the A-side, Gomori gets to work on "Atewo-Lara Ka Tepa Mo'se", wrapping Adewale's original vocals and glistening juju guitar solos over a rolling, Ron Trent style Afro-deep house groove. It's super-sweet and wonderfully summery, suggesting we'll be hearing it in more than a few DJ sets over the next few months. Simbad, meanwhile, serves up two versions of "Ojo Je": a hustling, polyrhythmic disco excursion (the "SMBD '85 Raw Disco Mix") and a far deeper and more trippy excursion rich in warm sub-bass, reverb and delay-laden vocal snippets and ricocheting synthesizer motifs (the superior "Rascal Dub").
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out of stock $10.15
  1. Antonio Adolfo & A Brazuca - "Dois Minutos De Um Novo Dia" (2:36)
  2. Maria Castro Neves & Samba SA - "Candomble" (2:08)
 in stock $7.80
  1. Antonio Adolfo & A Brazuka - "Gloria, Glorinha" (3:08)
  2. Erasmo Carlos & Os Tremendoes - "Coqueiro Verde" (3:01)
out of stock $7.80
  1. Liquid Lagos (7:16)
  2. Fuji (6:14)
  3. Listen To The Beats Of Your Heart (4:43)
  4. Who Own The Land (7:30)
Review: A warning for all us lazy catchall-ists, the concept of African music is thrown around far too readily here in the west. The continent is larger than mainland Europe, China and Australia combined and loaded with more styles than drum & bass has subgenres. Here are four more unique musical visions from the great continent; dubby highlife ("Liquid Lagos") shamanic lo-fi acid tech ("Fuji"), space disco ("Listen To The Beats Of Your Heart") and straight up wisdom ("Who Owns The Land") And if that's not enough to tempt you, all proceeds go to Human Rights Justice Group, Nigeria, too.
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out of stock $8.31
Cat: CHANNEL 060. Rel: 21 Oct 15
  1. Rhythm Is All You Can Dance (5:58)
  2. Rhythm Is All You Can Dance (Wolf Muller remix) (6:02)
  3. Revanche (5:46)
Review: Africaine 808's first EP for Phil South's Golf Channel label, the double A-side Lagos, New York/Zombie Jamboree, was arguably one of the releases of 2014 - a sublime 12" that joined the dots between Konk, early Latin house, techno and Afro-disco. Hopes are naturally high, then, for this follow-up. "Rhythm Is All You Can Dance" is not as instantly effective as either of those tracks, but it's still rather special - think darting, woozy synthesizers, spitting drum machines and dense African percussion. Jan Schulte provides the obligatory remix under his Wolf Muller alias, dropping a bouncier groove whilst emphasizing Africaine 808's woozy synthesizer lines. Bonus cut "Revanche" is rather special, too, and recaptures some of the celebratory feel of last year's terrific 12".
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out of stock $10.93
Hinde (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SNDW 12033. Rel: 05 Apr 19
  1. Hinde (4:04)
  2. Hinde (Julien Dyne rework) (5:31)
Review: Originally released in Kenya way back in 1987, "Hinde" was the sole single from an obscure outfit called African Vibration. The track has since gone on to become something of a sought-after gem; a sparse, drum machine-driven, synthesizer-sporting jam that offers a uniquely tropical and wholeheartedly East African take on electro/synth-pop fusion. Happily, Soundway has decided to issue it on 12" for the first time, having previously included in on 2016's superb "Kenya Special: Volume 2" compilation. The brilliant original comes accompanied by a fresh Julian Dyne rework that makes more of the original's fluttering, sun-kissed synths and rainforest sound effects. It's a little deeper, dreamier and exceptionally blissful; in fact, you could almost describe it as being "Balearic".
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 in stock $8.06
out of stock $10.15
Boula Niit Tognie (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: PWEP 56. Rel: 10 Apr 19
  1. Boula Niit Tognie (4:13)
  2. Boula Niit Tognie (Ryuhei The Man re-edit) (2:59)
Review: Nothing screams global music culture like a Senegalese-Japanese Afrobeat band, although listening to Afro Begue you would imagine all creative minds involved come from the mother continent. "Boula Niit Tognie" is a wonderfully expressive slice of Afrobeat in the finest tradition of the sound, all interwoven guitar twisting out complex but utterly natural sounding configurations, and a tumbling rhythm section you can happily float away to. Ryuhei The Man steps up for a re-edit on the flip that does a delicate job of beefing the track up for the club - the difference is subtle, but worthwhile, like a good re-edit should be.
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out of stock $15.09
Cat: AFBR 2. Rel: 11 Dec 12
  1. Fefe Breaks
  2. Not Possible Beats
out of stock $8.84
Cat: AFBR 3. Rel: 16 Jun 14
  1. Confusion Beats
  2. You Beats
Review: Edits don't get much more naked than this latest batch from the Afro Breaks camp. Both "Confusion" and "You" take an array of Fela ingredients and strip them right back to the bare carnal backbone. The results are super-spacious beat tracks coated in dubbed out flurries of activity. The lolloping bass and reverbed snare on "Confusion" will instantly hypnotise while the cut-strut guitar and percussive insistency on "You" will have hips shaking from the dancefloor right through to the smoking area. Bona fide beat treats.
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out of stock $8.58
Cat: 6815. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. Bang Bang (Eddie Baez 3AM mix) (9:58)
  2. Bang Bang (DJ Strobe Bangin dub) (8:07)
  3. Bang Bang (Strobe Organ Donor mix) (7:04)
  4. Bang Bang (radio mix) (3:21)
  5. Bang Bang (club mix) (7:06)
  6. Bang Bang (Percapella mix) (7:06)
out of stock $3.11
out of stock $16.91
out of stock $9.11
Cat: SCEB 002. Rel: 13 Apr 17
  1. The Devil Made Me Do It (4:26)
  2. The Devil Made Me Do It (The Invisible Cosmic Echoes version) (4:51)
  3. The Devil Made Me Do It (The Invisible Astral Wave version) (4:30)
Review: Like many drummers, Alex Puddu has long been inspired by the work of Tony Allen. He pays tribute to the legendary Nigerian sticks-man on "The Devil Made Me Do It", a sumptuous dose of groovy downtempo Afrobeat laden with Allen-style polyrhythms, Africa '70 horns and lashings of eyes-closed electric piano solos. On the flip you'll find two different interpretations from Puddu. The first, subtitled "The Invisible Cosmic", doffs a cap to the Afro-cosmic world of Daniele Baldelli while retaining much of the warmth and musicality of the original mix. "The Invisible Astral" version is an altogether more spaced-out dub, with Puddu smothering the drums and horns in copious amounts of tape echo.
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 in stock $14.05
Percussion Grooves (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: 08 AM. Rel: 30 Jul 18
  1. Soca Trance (5:06)
  2. I'm Alive (7:07)
  3. Kalao (4:50)
  4. Body & Soul (6:38)
Review: Dutch scalpel crew AM lays down more hot-to-trot re-edits of great records you've never previously heard. This time round, label regular Afrobot is at the controls, wickedly rearranging "Percussion Grooves" from around the world. We're particularly enjoying the dense percussion and trance-inducing vibe of heavyweight opener "Soca Trance", though the wild electronics, trippy lead lines, bustling bass and delay-laden drum machine hits of "I'm Alive" also hit home hard. On the flipside, "Kalao" is a wonderfully heavy, Afro-disco drum workout - the kind of cut we could imagine the Idjut Boys hammering - while "Body & Soul" is a synth solo-laden re-work of a little known cover of a familiar disco favourite that probably originated in Africa or the Caribbean.
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out of stock $9.35
06 AM (hand-stamped 12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: 06 AM. Rel: 25 Jan 18
  1. Afrobot - "Turkish Dreams" (5:18)
  2. Matt Moroder - "Yasemin Endless Edit" (6:42)
  3. Potentiometer - "Turkish Sauerkraut" (7:05)
  4. Afrobot - "Kalk Gidelim" (5:46)
Review: The success of Holland's AM edit imprint lies in its founders' desire to offer up on-point scalpel reworks of thoroughly obscure but inspired tracks from around the world. Naturally, there's plenty of evidence to support this argument on the label's sixth hand-stamped 12". AM regular Afrobot kicks things off via "Turkish Dream", a fine tweak of a boisterous, Hammond-heavy chunk of glassy-eyed late '60s dream pop, before Matt Moroder gets busy with a deliciously low-slung slab of Middle Eastern post-punk dub disco. On the flip, Potentiometer rearranges a seriously heavy Turkish funk-rock workout - think Rare Earth guitar riffs, sweaty drumming and eyes-closed solos - while Afrobot takes is further into psychedelic territory via the mind-altering, Moog-boasting brilliance of "Kalk Gidelim".
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out of stock $9.89
Cat: LZYRR 102. Rel: 03 Sep 18
  1. Whatever You Want (4:52)
  2. Keep Stepping (4:21)
Review:  Two cosmic afro adventures from Lazy Robot's Tom Funk and friend Ozan Nid as they make their Afronova debut. "Whatever You Want" is a heady excursion that refuses to keep still. Coming on strong like a Smith & Mudd jam, it suddenly opens up into a near evangelistic breakdown where soaring toplines weave over a broad slow-mo highlight riff. "Keep Stepping" takes us down even deeper Balearic rabbit holes with long synth vapour trails lapping over a sedate percussive Lagosian groove.
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out of stock $7.27
Fiebre En La Jungla (limited 7")
Cat: LATIN45 010. Rel: 26 Mar 15
  1. The Afrosound - "Fiebre En La Jungla" (3:13)
  2. Wganda Kenya - "Tipit Heyd" (3:39)
Review: Two previously rare Julio Ernesto 'Fruko' Estrada productions on one super-juicy 45! First up are The Afrosound with a cover of The Chakachas' instantly recognisable "Fiebre En La Jungla". Throwing an array of steamy, sensuous vocal textures, it will cause some serious heat on any floor whose dancers knows the original. We remain in Columbia on the B as one of Wganda Kenya's rarest Disco Fuentes 45s gets a revisit. Heavily percussive cumbia laced with rich organ-primed funk, things get really hypnotic when the groove strips back to the insistent rhythm devices.
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out of stock $8.06
Ni Chicha Ni Limonada (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT 7025. Rel: 21 Jul 16
  1. Ni Chicha Ni Limonada (2:39)
  2. Cumbia Con Sabor (3:40)
Review: There's not a huge amount of fact to chew on when it comes to Argentinian troupe Los Imparciales, their radical rainforest mythology and mission to make you dance doesn't give much away. But their music certainly does.... A fiery Latin melting pot of Cumbia and psychedelia, both sides follow from their previous Bandcamp foundation. "Ni Chicha Ni Limonada" (neither fish nor fowl) is a sweaty stomping brew of organs, guitars, percussion and crowded chants while "Cumbia Con Sabor" slides us much deeper into the swampy tropics with vast Hammond licks and a calypso style rhythm that suddenly switches into the snappiest flamenco imaginable.
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out of stock $9.35
  1. Norwegian Wood (3:52)
  2. Darker Shade Of Black (4:49)
Review: Two years on from the release of their debut seven-inch on Names You Can Trust, cumbia combo Agrupcion Ilegal Los Amparciales returns with something bizarre but utterly brilliant: a psychedelic cumbia cover version of The Beatles' classic "Norwegian Wood". It shouldn't work, of course, but it does, with the familiar melody - sung and played on electric guitars manipulated to sound a little like sitars - rising above a heavy bassline, layered Colombian percussion, reggae style organ stabs and party style whoops and hollers. B-side "Darker Shade of Black" is basically a pitched-down, beefed-up dub with the track's previously subtle reggae elements pushed to the fore.
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out of stock $10.93
Desire (7")
Cat: DYNAM 7020. Rel: 02 Nov 18
  1. Desire (4:13)
  2. Casa Fuerte (4:09)
Review: Copies of Francisco Aguabella's 1977 album "Hitting Hard" are not only extremely hard to come by, but also suitably pricey when they do come up for sale online. Fret not - Dynamite Cuts are here to help. They've decided to reissue two of the Afro-Cuban jazz/funk fusion set's most potent track, thus saving us the need to fork out the best part of 800 pounds. A-side "Ramon's Desire" - a cover of a Ramon Robes song - is suitably breezy, jazzy and positive, with glistening guitar and vibraphone solos combining wonderfully with a soulful vocal. Flipside "Casa Fuerte", on the other hand, is an all-action, high-tempo Afro-Cuban jazz dance treat, with high-octane piano solos rising above a Tito Puente style rhythm track.
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 in stock $11.44
Rain EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: COMEME 048. Rel: 23 Nov 18
  1. Rain (6:51)
  2. Rain (club mix) (4:38)
  3. Rain (Drums mix) (1:51)
  4. Serious (6:04)
  5. Serious (instrumental) (6:03)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
out of stock $9.89
Aynotche Terabu (limited 7")
Cat: AFR 45015. Rel: 14 Jun 16
  1. Mahmoud Ahmed - "Aynotche Terabu" (with Equators Band) (4:02)
  2. Girma Beyene - "Ene Negn Bay Manesh" (2:24)
Review: The Afro 45's / Mr Bongo lineage has produced some of the hottest, most sizzling funk reissues from around the globe, and this tasty two-header from Mahmoud Ahmed - who has appeared heavily on Portland's monumental Mississippi label - and Girma Beyene, two greats of the African soul / funk heritage. Ahmed's "Aynotche Terabu" is backed by the Equators Band, and the man's voice rides like crispy waves over the dusty percussion and charging trumpets of the outfit; Beyene appears with a less moody but equally brilliant jazz-leaning piece named "Ene Negn Bay Manesh", bringing through the spirot of greats such as Mulatu and the rest of the African luminaries.
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Cat: NAIMSP 366. Rel: 15 Aug 18
  1. The Lost Pearl (Hector Plimmer remix) (3:55)
  2. Jamil Jamal (DJ Khalab remix) (5:59)
  3. Al Emadi (Blacksea Nao Maya remix) (3:45)
  4. Spindrifting (Ahmed/Langley remix) (4:45)
Review: Bahrandi-born British jazz musician Yazz Ahmed bagged a critical hit with sophomore set "La Saboteuse", an album described by one reviewer as "a modern jazz masterpiece". While that critic may not feel the same way about this alternative remix EP, we reckon it's another storming release. Hector Plimmer kicks things off with a wonderfully exotic, broken beats-meets-jazz-funk revision of "The Lost Pearl" that packs a real low-end punch, before DJ Khalab places Ahmed's poignant horn solos atop a crackling, high tempo lo-fi beat on his fine rework of "Jamil Jamal". The album's inherent Arabic influences shine through loud and clear on Blacksea Nao Mayo's hard to pigeonhole - but thrillingly heavy - version of "Al Emadi" - while Ahmed and Langley's re-make of "Spindrifting" is a lilting, intergalactic ambient jazz treat.
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out of stock $12.23
Cat: AGS 7005. Rel: 17 Feb 17
  1. Fly With Me (3:16)
  2. Time Machine (3:08)
out of stock $12.48
No Mate (7")
Cat: EC 028. Rel: 01 Dec 14
  1. No Mate (feat Roni Alkekengi)
  2. Para La Libertad (feat R Roux Probel)
Played by: I Love 45's!
out of stock $5.72
Diggin Deeper Wax 004 (hand-numbered hand-stamped 1-sided 12" limited to 100 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: WAX 004. Rel: 10 Nov 16
  1. Track 1 (5:07)
  2. Track 2 (4:40)
Review: Like most Diggin Deeper releases, this latest one-sided missive from Jay Airiness (also known as DJ Moar) is fiendishly limited. According to the label, only 100 copies have been pressed. As usual, there's a feel-good vibe coursing through both untitled re-edits. "Track 1" is a sunny and cheery affair, with Chic style guitars, rich electric pianos and jammed-out synthesizer motifs sitting atop a chunky, boogie era disco groove. His penchant for chugging, slow-burning disco-house comes to the fore on "Track 2", a dub-fuelled rework of an old Afrobeat gem that finally introduces the original track's punchy horns and snaking solos in the final minutes.
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out of stock $12.75
Mammamelie (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: 180G 1201. Rel: 23 May 19
  1. Ajate vs Ny Ko - "Mammamelie" (7:55)
  2. Ajate vs Ny Ko - "Mammamelie" (Deheb remix) (5:17)
  3. Ny Ko vs Ajate - "With Regularity" (8:13)
  4. Ny Ko vs Ajate - "With Regularity" (Deheb remix) (5:10)
 in stock $14.83
Tu Jamas (7")
Cat: SG 039. Rel: 08 May 17
  1. Tu Jamas (4:14)
  2. Solo Tu Amor (4:55)
Review: Although best known as the lead singer of well-regarded Japanese funk-soul band O.A.S.B, Amy Akaoka has long dreamed up recording a salsa album in the style of '60s and '70s pianist and bandleader Larry Harlow. This tasty two-track 7" single is her first release in the style - the album will appear later in the year - and is as summery, breezy and life affirming as you'd expect. She begins with "Tu Jamas", where male backing vocals, jaunty pianos and her own passionate lead vocal ride a sweat-soaked salsa rhythm. Turn to the B-side for the horn-heavy delight that is breezy salsa shuffler "Solo Tu Amor". Naturally, both are hugely authentic to the style of salsa championed by Harlow.
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Played by: I Love 45's!
 in stock $14.31
Belly Dance Disco (12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: FTN 003. Rel: 02 Apr 15
  1. Jamileh (4:10)
  2. The Joy Of Lina (Farha) (4:38)
Review: Destination Lebanon circa 1979, local disco hero Al Munzer delivers an album Belly Dance Disco. Fusing folk with future, it translated traditional musical motifs with modern studio kit in such a way it still sounds timeless today. "Jamileh" is a juicy, jittering jam that's rich in distinctive Moog sounds while "The Joy Of Lina" is a more upbeat, multi-instrument affair that could charm the snake off any dancefloor. A dense arrangement full of twists and turns, it looks as far back as it does forward. Limited and hand stamped, bag this and you'll be wriggling and giggling all the way to the decks.
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out of stock $11.71
Cat: LL 001. Rel: 24 Apr 18
  1. Remember Me (4:33)
  2. Beggar (5:50)
  3. Heaven (6:52)
  4. Long Journey (5:12)
Review: The mysterious Al Tone returns with another edition of crisp editcraft but this time on their own brand new label 020312. Business as usual in the groove department, though... "Remember Me" is a sultry disco funk jam, "Beggar" has a touch of Lagos late 70s about it with its fizzy guitar work and loose but firm strut while "Heaven" lives up to its name with full falsetto charm. Finally we close this monumental party with "Long Journey" an outrageously funky gospel jam that will have your floor asunder by the first slap bass twang and happy slappy piano roll. These numbers stack up.
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out of stock $10.93
La Verdad (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT 7041. Rel: 20 Sep 18
  1. La Verdad
  2. Esperando
out of stock $10.93
  1. Maurice Alcindor - "Sekirite" (4:42)
  2. Kalle & L'African Team De Paris - "Africa Boogaloo" (3:38)
out of stock $9.35
Tchero Adari Negn (limited 7")
Cat: AFRO 45 004. Rel: 31 Jul 15
  1. Alemayehu Eshete - "Tchero Adari Negn" (4:27)
  2. Mahmoud Ahmed - "Bemin Sebeb Litlash" (4:26)
Review: The UK's Mr Bongo has been reissuing old music and putting out new tunes since the late 1980's, and the label is still going strong in 2015. This latest 7" features two of Ethiopia's greatest musicians, Alemayehu Eshete and Mahmoud Ahmed, in a head to head, split EP. On the A-side, Mr Bongo has resurfaced Eshete's "Tchero Adari Negn", a supremely funky piece with the man's own voice gliding effortlessly over hard drums and fuzy guitar riffs; "Bemim Sebeb Litlash" goes deeper and more psychedelic on the flip, and Ahmed's voice is a pleasure as always. Check their other material on Mississippi for a broader introspective.
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Afro Discoteca (Soundtrack) (limited 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: FLIESDJ 01. Rel: 13 Jun 18
  1. Afro Voodoo (3:50)
  2. Afro Darkness (3:18)
  3. Afro Discoteca (3:10)
  4. Afro Sentiment (3:09)
Review: The most famous whistler in cinema (so arguably the most famous whistler in the world), Alessandro Alessandroni has contributed to cinema, TV and music with as much influence as his old friend and collaborator Ennio Morricone. He was also making some incredibly innovative electronic compositions on the side, it would seem... These four variations were found in an old archive in his African home and have never, before now, been heard before. From the densely-layered spaghetti-flavoured "Afro Voodoo" to the soft sultry swoons of "Afro Sentiment" by way of the sheer dancefloor pump of "Afro Discoteca", this is a truly remarkable find for Four Flies. Made all the more poignant due to his recent passing, too. You know what to do.
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Cat: HJP 39. Rel: 25 Sep 07
  1. Kilode (Carl Craig remix)
  2. Kilode (original version)
  3. Kilode (Carl Craig Straight mix)
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  1. Moanin' (4:59)
  2. Night In Tunisia (6:03)
  3. Politely (6:38)
  4. The Drum Thunder Suite (6:43)
Review: Those who've studied Tony Allen's distinctive drumming style often cite Art Blakey as an influence, so it's little surprise to find him paying tribute to the legendary jazz drummer on this superb album. Joined by his regular band, Allen covers a quartet of tracks written and recorded by Blakey and his band, the Jazz Messengers. The results are predictably impressive, with Allen's loose and polyrhythmic percussion providing a rock solid foundation for the horns, piano and double bass that sits atop. It's naturally closer to all-out jazz than to Afrobeat, but still bristles with the kind of punchy horns and life-affirming playing that characterizes Allen's work. "Thunder Suite", in which Allen drops a number of sweaty drum solos, is particularly potent.
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Cat: COMET 083. Rel: 21 Jun 18
  1. Get Together (Folamour In Harmony remix) (8:04)
  2. The Same Blood (NIT Cosmic remix) (6:01)
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