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Time Waves
 in stock $14.35
Cat: 22A 008. Rel: 07 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. Culture (1:16)
  2. Hey You (2:08)
  3. Time Waves (2:20)
  4. Burdened Funk (3:04)
  5. Planet Earth (1:39)
  6. Bassacada (0:22)
  7. Not A Fighter (3:23)
  8. Discotheque (1:23)
  9. Today's Yesterday (4:15)
  10. Redefine It All (0:53)
Review: If 2014 was a breakthrough year for Mo Kolours and Reginald Omas Manmode IV, then 2015 has served a similar purpose for the third Deemamode brother, Jeen Bassa. Here, he follows up the well-received All My People 12" with Time Waves, a mini-album that showcases his take on the family's now familiar globally focused, "deep house-meets-MPC-beats" sound. Predictably, it's something of a humid and smoky treat, delivering tracks bristling with soulful intent, rich musicality, dusty beats and wayward samples (sources include Mauritian drum records, scratchy reggae, and blazed East Coast hip-hop). While there are some superb individual tracks, it should be considered as a single artistic expression; judged in these terms, it's very special indeed.
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Meroe EP
 in stock $11.60
Meroe EP (7")
Cat: 22A 016. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Cerasee Doctor (3:05)
  2. Margoze (2:48)
  3. Goya (0:32)
  4. Meroe (3:40)
Review: Sample-loving downtempo fusionist Mo Kolours has yet to make a duff record, so hopes are naturally high for this dinked 7" single on 22a. Predictably, he's in fine form throughout, sauntering between seriously dubbed-out, tropical-tinged hip-hop beats (the ultra-baked heaviness of "Cerasee Doctor"), heavyweight Mauritian drum jams ("Margoze") and hard-to-define Indian Ocean funk (the fretless bass, weird noises and handclaps of quick-fix "Goya". He leaves the best till last, with the skewed hip-hop funk of "Menroe" - all wonky synth-bass, crunchy beats, sampled chants, tropical hand percussion and dubbed-out electronic stabs - hitting home hardest; he's still not made a bad record.
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Two For Joy
 in stock $16.29
Two For Joy (LP 再プレス)
Cat: 22A 006. Rel: 11 Sep 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. An Introduction (1:07)
  2. Room With A View (7:30)
  3. Trudi Mary (4:55)
  4. Where Are You Now? (part 1) (1:24)
  5. Spritely Does It! (3:19)
  6. Two For Joy (4:17)
  7. Aidan's Song (2:45)
  8. For Her (0:40)
  9. Where Are You Now? (part 2) (2:36)
  10. Room With A View (7:15)
Trudi's Songbook: Volume One
 in stock $16.29
Cat: 22A 015LP. Rel: 29 May 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Moonlight Woman (8:54)
  2. Elephant & Castle (8:23)
  3. Trudi's Mood (1:30)
  4. Prayer For Yusef (9:38)
  5. Where Are You Now? (6:07)
  6. The Camel's Back (1:50)
Review: When 22a released the debut album from four-piece Ruby Rushton back in 2015, few of those involved were particularly well known. Now, of course, it's a different story. Led by saxophone and flute-wielding Ed Cawthorne (AKA Tenderlonious) and featuring drums by Yussef Dayes (one half of Yussef Kamal), the band looks set for a major breakthrough. "Trudy's Songbook: Volume 1" is an effortlessly summery and organic affair that stylishly shuffles between tracks that meld elements of spiritual jazz, soul, hip-hop, salsa, Afro-jazz and freestyle improvisation. It's hugely entertaining, impeccably produced and brilliantly played. You can bet your bottom dollar that Gilles Peterson is a fan, and you should be, too.
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Brick City
 in stock $16.29
Cat: 22A 017. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Be Ur Friend (6:28)
  2. Bootsy (1:18)
  3. Funky Booda (3:30)
  4. Smoke (part IV) (1:39)
  5. Brick City (4pm) (2:08)
  6. Butterfly (5:16)
  7. Pepe's Walk (2:43)
  8. Ferndale Gateaux (1:17)
  9. Untitled (1:56)
  10. Brick City (4am) (3:01)
Review: Tenderlonious and Dennis Ayler first joined forces in the studio last year, with the first fruits of their combined labours (a fine cut called "Put it On") appearing on Ayler's first 7" single for 22a. They clearly enjoyed working together, because they've now laid down an entire album of collaborative efforts. Heavily rooted in jazz, broken beat and vintage Herbie Hancock material, the album's genius lies in its energetic fluidity, thrilling percussive looseness and the duo's refreshing "anything goes" approach. Listing all of the sounds and styles represented would take forever, but suffice to say it's one of the most vibrant, colourful and hard-to-pigeonhole sets we've heard for a while.
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