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The BIG Payback: Sex Machine Gun Funk (7" limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: SEXMACHINE. Rel: 20 Mar 20
Funk
  1. Sex Machine Gun Funk (4:06)
  2. Sex Machine Gun Funk (instrumental) (4:11)
 in stock $12.47
Cat: RESISTA 011. Rel: 16 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Love Directions (10:58)
  2. Love Jelly (6:58)
Review: Some two years after their last outing on Love Circle, Gerry Rooney and Joel Martin bring their quirky - and, let's face it, on-point - Velvet Season & The Hearts of Gold project back to Resista for more dusty-fingered re-edit adventures. On the A-side they take their scalpels to a groovy slab of string-laden disco-soul rich in twinkling electric piano solos, hazy vocals ("move in all directions, come on follow me"), sharp strings and tactile grooves. Flipside "Love Jelly" is arguably even better, with the experienced twosome having their wicked way with a bustling chunk of trumpet and Hammond organ-laden jazz-funk. The track's drum breaks and yearning chords are particularly alluring, making it a toe-tapping, hip-wiggling treat.
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 in stock $10.15
Sex CREAM (7" limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: SSR 216. Rel: 20 Mar 20
Funk
  1. James Brown & The Wu Tang Clan - "Sex CREAM" (3:33)
  2. James Brown - "Sex Machine" (dub edit) (3:02)
Review: It would be fair to say that the latest edition in DJ Soopasoul's "Soopastole" edits series is one of the producer's biggest yet. A-side "Sex C.R.E.A.M" is particularly potent, with the mash-up maestro layering the vocals from Wu-Tang Clan classic "C.R.E.A.M" over a chunky beat crafted out of classic James Brown samples. To our ears, it's arguably better than the Wu-Tang original, or at least a little more dancefloor-friendly. Fittingly, Brown gets the treatment on the flip with Soopasoul getting busy with the EQs on a suitably heavy but stripped back "dub edit" of all-time-classic "Sex Machine". While it probably didn't need tampering with, he's done a very good job of delivering a version that successfully takes the track in a different direction.
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 in stock $10.66
The Big Payback Volume 3 :I Feel Good (7" limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: BUSTABROWN. Rel: 19 Mar 20
Funk
  1. I Feel Good (feat Busta Rhymes) (4:20)
  2. I Feel Good (instrumental) (4:19)
Review: The Big Payback series hits third volume and again bangs together classic soul and funk artists with hip hop giants. This JB & The Soul Mates take on Busta Rhymes. They layer up jazz-funk drums and synths into lively arrangements that are topped with sick verses from the master and plenty of James Brown ad libs also colour the groove. It's a high energy party starter, but if you need something a little less busy, the instrumental on the flip has you covered with its big horns and sax lines getting hands in the air.
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Charles BALS/VARIOUS
Retour Au Club Meduse (gatefold 2xLP) (1 per customer)
Cat: STLKLP 007. Rel: 17 Mar 20
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Lili - "Gitana Morena" (2:58)
  2. Capco - "No Vayas Al Sol" (3:17)
  3. Voyage De Charme - "Hotel Des Savanes" (instrumental) (4:45)
  4. Passion Theatre - "Vacation Day" (4:39)
  5. Claude Miss - "Paco Ye Adama" (12" extended mix) (6:47)
  6. Cecilia - "Chocolat" (2:50)
  7. Nathalie David - "Coup De Foudre" (instrumental) (4:04)
  8. Jade 4 U - "Rainbows" (Midnight mix) (6:09)
  9. L - "La Boite A Musique" (3:02)
  10. Jean Claude Watrin - "Game City" (4:47)
  11. Marc Et Frank - "Cap'tain Coke" (instrumental) (4:25)
  12. De Dion - "Sexy Cola" (Glu Glu version) (3:40)
  13. Les 36 15 - "Zoulous!" (remix) (3:08)
  14. Week End Millionnaire - "EXIT" (4:44)
Review: A couple of years ago French crate digger Charles Bals invited us to "Club Meduse", an imaginary Riviera club where the music was always obscure, European and decidedly mid-80s. Here he opens the doors once more, delivering an open-air friendly soundtrack heavy on rare private press gems, overlooked beauties and the kind of cuts that most would consider Balearic (even if they may have been more popular in Italy and France). Highlights are plentiful, from the eccentric instrumental of Voyage De Charme's fretless bass-powered "Hotel Des Savanes" and the soft-focus, flamenco-tinged bliss of Claude Miss' "Paco Ye Adama", to the sun-kissed jazz-funk/synth-pop fusion of Marc Et Frank's "Cap'tain Coke" and the reggae-zouk quirkiness of Les 36 15's "Zoulous! (Remix)".
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Deter (hand-stamped 1-sided 12")
Cat: DIGWAH 05. Rel: 18 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Deter (6:23)
Review: Attention all DJs seeking that crowd-rocking curveball to get the people freaking out. This cheeky one-sided 12" from Digwah is guaranteed to fly out thanks to its canny sampling of Destiny's Child's "Jumpin' Jumpin'". These iconic hooks are strapped to a rolling minimal tech groove with pattering machine drum beats and a mean bass synth that gets right under your skin. Fun on top, serious underneath, this is one of those unmissable club 12"s that will always do the damage when you want to liven up the party.
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Blackbird: Special Unofficial Edits & Overdubs (coloured vinyl 12" limited to 200 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: CIRCUITTSPECIAL 123. Rel: 17 Mar 20
Deep House
  1. Blackbird (Timmy's Shelter version) (5:41)
  2. Blackbird (Joe edits & Overdubs version) (8:40)
  3. Blackbird (Joaquin edits & Overdubs bonus beats Organ dub) (8:16)
  4. Rebel Nina (1:24)
Review: Here's a special club 12" for serious heads dealing in a set of mixes of "Blackbird". You have to come correct when you dare step to Nina Simone, but you know full well the cast of characters assembled on this 12" can be trusted with the high priestess of soul. Timmy Regisford is up first, bringing some intense organ lines and Lately bass into the mix with a perfect balance between jubilant expression and tension. Joe Claussell then steps up with two different edit and overdub versions, where the organs get poured on more liberally and the whole jam boils over. As a wonderful bonus element, you get a powerful acapella monologue from Nina Simone to close out the B side.
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Cat: BK 027. Rel: 20 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Ja'Net Dubois - "Queen Of The Highway" (Kon edit) (4:30)
  2. Jady Kurrent - "Standing There" (3:29)
Review: Backatcha Records can usually be relied upon to bring the goods, and this double A-side "45" is no exception. Side A boasts a fresh KON re-edit of the title track from Ja'net Dubois' fiendishly hard-to-find 1980 album "Queen of the Highway", a set that was for some reason only ever released in Brazil. It's a wonderfully sunny, horn-toting chunk of orchestrated jazz-funk/boogie fusion with definite Latin influences which Kon has expertly rearranged while steering clear of needless 21st century production trickery. Over on side B you'll find a previously unreleased cut from the Jady Kurrent Band, an obscure, Cleveland-based outfit who released a sole single in 1987. "Standing There" is a sweet slice of deep, mid-80s boogie rich in slap bass, slick lead vocals and '80s soul synths.
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Ranil Y Su Conjunto Tropical (limited gatefold LP + poster + MP3 download code)
Cat: AADE 011. Rel: 20 Mar 20
International
  1. Muevete Mi Amor (2:32)
  2. Vuelo A Saturno (2:41)
  3. Las Oladas (3:08)
  4. Lamento (2:58)
  5. La Minga (2:27)
  6. Mi Querido Ucayali (2:40)
  7. Licenciado (3:04)
  8. Cumbia En Tu Soledad (2:43)
  9. Cumbia Sin Nombre (3:04)
  10. Rojo Lamento (2:57)
  11. Angel Terrenal (2:40)
  12. Marlenita (2:46)
  13. La Tuctuructia (3:20)
  14. La Danza De Don Lucho (2:35)
Review: The 11th Limited Dance Edition Ranil y su Conjunto Tropical. Fourteen mindblowing Cumbia masterpieces - many of which have never seen wide release outside the Amazonian region. Ranil comes as a Limited Edition LP in Gatefold Cover pressed on 180g high quality virgin vinyl and includes a beautiful LP-size poster. Don't miss this powerfull LP!
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 in stock $23.14
Watchin' Out (limited 7" 再プレス)
Cat: ATH 005. Rel: 20 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Watchin' Out (3:17)
  2. Dazed (3:44)
Review: More dusty-fingered funk and reissue fun from DJ Fryer's prolific Athens of the North imprint. As usual, these tracks are pretty darn obscure; they both dropped on the Split Decision Band's 1978 debut on the obscure Network Records imprint. "Watchin' Out" is a tight-but-loose chunk of hazy disco-era funk with a sturdy backbeat and particularly rousing horns. It will slip into both funk and disco sets with ease. Flipside "Dazed" is altogether slower, with sparser production emphasizing the quality of the parping, razor-sharp horns. It's a superb alternative to the equally admirable A-side. Another winner from Athens of the North.
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Turn Off The Lights (limited 7" 再プレス)
Cat: AOE 008. Rel: 20 Mar 20
Funk
  1. Turn Off The Lights (4:13)
  2. Fuel For The Fire (3:53)
Review: Sampled by the likes of Groove Armada and The Herbaliser, "Turn Off The Lights" runs with one of those bass licks you've known forever without realising. Flip for the jazz boogie badness of "Fuel For The Fire". Taken from the same 1975 album, here we find the same vocalist, Linda Logan, sharpening her tongue and getting her scat on with furiously funky results. Hard to find on 45, it's yet another example of AOTN's expert curation prowess.
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 in stock $8.59
RTTD 016 (12" + insert limited to 100 copies)
Cat: RTTD 016. Rel: 16 Mar 20
Indie
  1. All You Need (4:42)
  2. Repetition (6:48)
  3. Overload (3:07)
  4. Always The Same (9:47)
Review: While Helena Hauff and her Return To Disorder label may be best known as a go-to for gutter-dwelling electro and techno, her intentions and tastes reach way beyond that. Here she welcomes back the brilliant Children Of Leir, UK-based psych garage outfit with a style that comes on like 13th Floor Elevators, My Bloody Valentine and Amon Duul popping 'ludes and heading to the last chance saloon. Huge wall of sound guitars, liberal effects processing and as much scuzziness as they can muster can't hide the pop sensibilities buried away in the songs - these guys are the real deal.
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NFRV 004 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NFRV 004. Rel: 16 Mar 20
Deep House
  1. The Journey Men - "Feelings" (6:29)
  2. Local Options - "Makin’ Moves" (6:19)
  3. Saison - "A Good Thang" (7:06)
  4. Cpen - "Jus Music" (6:11)
Review: The No Fuss crew hit release number four with another sharply selected range of tracks from some hot property in the deep house scene. Opening up the A side is The Journey Men - a London based crew who know how to keep things soulful but headsy for the floor. Local Options follow up with a tuff, bumping cut with a cheeky dash of dubbiness thrown in for good measure. No Fuss mainstay Saison sets off the B side in fine style with the nagging micro house shuffle of "A Good Thang", before Cpen seals the deal with the garage-speckled immersion of "Jus Music". There's high grade house music throughout this 12" - one not to be slept on!
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 in stock $8.84
1 Thing Breaks (white vinyl 7" limited to 150 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: BBB 002WHITE. Rel: 18 Mar 20
Funk
  1. 1 Thing Breaks (instrumental Funk Breaks version) (3:57)
  2. Gotta Work The Funk Breaks (instrumental Breaks version) (3:14)
Review: Super limited colour wax issue with a 45 on a relatively new Stateside label that does what it says on the tin. Big drum breaks that work in their own right in instrumental form for these two massive dancefloor funk breaks soul classics with the debut release for both tracks in a single 7" vinyl format (albeit here in a small run on white wax). Heavy on the drums, heavy on the brass with driving instrumentation to take your dancefloor to B-Boy moves heaven.
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 in stock $9.87
Cat: MRBLP 218. Rel: 19 Mar 20
International
  1. We Did It (6:59)
  2. Disco Stomp (9:58)
  3. Barney's Moaning (8:34)
  4. GG Is Talking (7:49)
Review: Tireless diggers and world class reissue merchants Mr Bongo have done it again with this one. They discovered The Star Beams when one of their tracks was on a Disco Calypso compilation, then went on a mission to track down the original anymore material from the band, who turned out to be based in South Africa instead of the Carribean. The resulting record is a real gem - disco, funk and jazz all get chewed up and spat out across four fantastically timeless cuts of dance floor dynamite. "Disco Stomp" in particular you might already know as Theo Parrish has been dropping in his sets for time.
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 in stock $16.39
Vernal Equinox (reissue) (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: NDEYA 2LP. Rel: 20 Mar 20
Ambient/Drone
  1. Toucan Ocean (3:50)
  2. Viva Shona (7:05)
  3. Hex (6:22)
  4. Blues Nile (9:52)
  5. Vernal Equinox (21:54)
  6. Caracas Night September 11, 1975 (1:55)
Review: Reissues don't come more significant than this. Jon Hassell's work new and old has been enjoying plentiful appraisal in recent years, with his outlook on Fourth World music finding fresh relevance with a modern crop of artists. While much of his catalogue has been given a fresh lease of life, they've been saving one of his most seminal works. Vernal Equinox was originally released in 1978, one of Hassell's first albums alongside Earthquake Island. It's essentially the blueprint for outernational music - a heady brew of global signifiers stewing together in one unclassifiable pot marked out only by Hassell's inimitable trumpet style. From ambient heads to sonic explorers, you won't want to miss the chance to own this most precious of albums.
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Cat: 864563. Rel: 20 Mar 20
Jazz
  1. They Who Must Die (10:08)
  2. You've Been Called (6:26)
  3. Go My Heart, Go To Heaven (6:43)
  4. Behold, The Deciever (5:35)
  5. Run, The Darkness Will Pass (4:17)
  6. The Coming Of The Strange Ones (6:27)
  7. Beast Too Spoke Of Suffering (2:48)
  8. We Will Work (On Redefining Manhood) (5:23)
  9. 'Til The Freedom Comes Home (7:05)
  10. Finally, The Man Cried (5:50)
  11. Teach Me How To Be Vulnerable (2:42)
Review: In 2016 saxophonist and clarinetist Shabaka Hutchings established the "Ancestors" collective of South African musicians to perform live and record debut album "Wisdom Of Elders", a journey into the spiritual and avant-garde side of jazz inspired in part by the struggles of previous generations of black musicians. Four years on, the Sons Of Kemet and The Comet Is Coming member has reassembled the collective for album number two, "We Are Sent Here By History". It treads similar musical territory to its similarly essential predecessor, with Hutchings and his South African collaborators presenting tracks that, in his words, "meditate on the fact of our coming extinction as a species". While the music is nowhere near as doom-laden and miserable as that may suggest - it's very entertaining, thoughtful and spiritually involved - as albums go "We Are Sent Here By History" is certainly hard hitting.
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 in stock $25.75
Homesick #8 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HMSK 008. Rel: 16 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Cocaina (Trent edit) (6:01)
  2. RR Trippy Express (Trent edit) (6:36)
  3. Rock Your Body (Trent edit) (6:29)
  4. Something Different (Trent edit) (6:17)
Review: The Homesick crew have proven themselves to be impeccable arbiters of taste when it comes to edits, and who they commission to do the slicing and dicing. Italian DJ Trent was last spotted alongside Juan Ramos in Greenvision for CockTail d'Amore, and can be found holding it down in Berlin alongside Afro cosmic legend Beppe Loda. That tells you all you need to know about the standard of edits we're dealing with here - heavy drumming, cosmic synth wigging freak-out jams with grit, soul, depth and a beautiful 70s sound that oozes like honey from the speakers. Stunning stuff from start to finish.
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Played by: GOLDEN FLEECE
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Cat: VISIO 031. Rel: 20 Mar 20
Deep House
  1. Patrice Scott - "Rain Dance" (7:03)
  2. Kemetic Just Presents Justone - "Stay My Way" (Kai Alce Ndatl Soul Instrum mix) (4:41)
  3. Hanna - "Heist" (6:37)
  4. Reekee - "Let It Make" (6:38)
Review: Alex Attias' Visions Inc imprint has decided to launch a new multi-artist EP series. Happily, the first "Phase" in the "Evolution" series - they've promised three more this year - delivers a suitably strong start. Patrice Scott sets a high benchmark with opener "Rain Dance", a wonderfully warm fusion of elastic deep house beats, spacey electronic motifs and tactile Rhodes chords, before Kai Alce breaks up the beats a little on his effortlessly soulful, jazz-funk influenced revision of "Stay My Way" by Kemetic Just presents Justone. Hanna's flipside opener "Heist" is suitably deep, starry, groovy and soulful, while Reekee's "Let It Make" is a musically rich affair full of jazz-funk bass, fizzing synths, far-sighted chords and bustling beats that sit somewhere between broken beat and breakbeat house.
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Toe To Toe Vol 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HARDGROOVE 30. Rel: 16 Mar 20
Techno
  1. Mella Dee - "01302" (999 mix) (5:33)
  2. Mella Dee - "01302" (OG mix) (5:57)
  3. Subradeon - "A New Sun Is Rising" (5:25)
  4. Subradeon - "The Light" (5:26)
Review: Hardgroove continues its productive run in the fiercer realms of techno science with a showcase of two utterly essential artists picked from the current crop. Mella Dee is sounding absolutely on fire on "01302", which comes in two distinct but equally brilliant versions. With both, strict rhythmic structures work as a vessel for insanely catchy synth riffs as tasteful as they are infectious - scene-stealing techno at its finest. Subradeon brings a hefty dose of Robert Hood-flavoured minimal funk to "A New Sun Is Rising", and does it supremely well. "The Light" follows a similarly looped up path, but here the synth line is a more fluid rush that gives the track a softer landing without losing its imposing stature. This is big room tackle with brains to match the brawn.
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 in stock $8.84
Periplo (reissue) (12" 再プレス)
Cat: EAS 011. Rel: 18 Mar 20
Funk
  1. At The Mercy Of Inertia (3:50)
  2. In Deriva (5:17)
  3. Sinergie (4:45)
  4. Ad Libitum (5:23)
  5. Southwind (4:57)
  6. Notturno Distopico (2:11)
Review: Periplo marks the solo debut of Early Sounds Recordings co-founder Pellegrino S. Snichelotto, following occasional contributions to other material from the label's extended family of artists. Interestingly, the six-track set shares some stylistic similarities with friends' Nu Guinea's Tony Allen Experiments mini-album, chiefly the producer's delay and reverb-laden fusion of live instruments and vintage analogue hardware. Stylistically, most of the tracks sit somewhere between jazz-funk, cosmic funk, and the kind of melodious Afro-Cosmic fare that was once a staple of Northern Italy's eccentric club scene. There's plenty of hazy musical humidity to enoy, too, with the impeccable "Ad Libitum" standing out.
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 in stock $16.39
Cat: RB 088. Rel: 05 Mar 20
Deep House
  1. Garden Party (7:21)
  2. Parade D'amour (5:34)
  3. Juke City (6:23)
  4. Wood & Neon (5:18)
Played by: Kaoru Inoue
 in stock $9.62
Cat: EXLPM 66. Rel: 04 Mar 20
Funk
  1. Ladies Of The Eighties (4:51)
  2. Tell Him (7:06)
  3. He Is Mine Forever (4:24)
  4. Ladies Of The Eighties (instrumental) (2:57)
  5. I Knew That Love (4:53)
  6. It's Easy To Move (4:35)
  7. Sing Me (4:16)
  8. Turned On To You (5:27)
Review: Back in 1980, Roy Ayers assembled the Eighties Ladies - a soulful vocal quintet whose members included sometime Aquarian Dream vocalist Sylvia Striplin. Sadly the group didn't last long, but their vibrant "Ladies Of The Eighties" single - a fine disco-tinged slab of boogie/jazz-funk fusion - became a big club hit. Their debut album, which is here reissued for the first time, is equally as impressive, with highlights including the rushing, part-rapped, attitude-laden "Tell Him" - later covered in the bruk era by West London outfit BB Boogie - cheery "I Knew That Love" and the liquid slap bass-propelled intergalactic space funk jam "It's Easy To Move" standing out. Throughout, Roy Ayers' production and arrangements are as tidy as you'd expect.
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Cat: DCH 002. Rel: 06 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Traffic Jam (7:31)
  2. Bus Stop (7:06)
Review: Matthew "Bushwacka!" B may not be as high profile a producer as he once was, but it's worth remembering that he was once one of the leading lights of both the early UK tech-house movement and the recently revived breakbeat house sound. The two tracks featured here touch on both styles in a roundabout way, and were first released way back in 1997. "Traffic Jam" is an insatiable, funk-fuelled peak-time workout that sees the London scene mainstay pepper a vintage, electro-influenced breakbeat house groove with UK garage style bass, fizzing scratch sounds, warm deep house chords and selected vocal samples. "Bus Stop" meanwhile is jaunty and melodious, with chiming, ear-pleasing riffs riding crunchy house drums and the kind of booming bassline that was all the rage in London at the time of recording.
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It's Time (12" 再プレス)
Cat: TP 14. Rel: 03 Mar 20
Techno
  1. It's Time (5:10)
  2. Forum (5:03)
  3. Euphoria In Ginza (4:49)
  4. No Romantic (4:55)
Review: Time Passages boss Binh is a big fan of Innershades. Last year he brought the Belgian producer to the label for the very first time and here offers up another four tracks from the rave-loving rising star. He hits the ground running with "It's Time", a warehouse-ready throb-job full of new beat riffs and creepy electronics, before offering up another funky Euro techno cut that sounds like it could have been played at an after-party in 1990 ("Forum"). Elsewhere, "Euphoria In Ginza" is a deliciously chiming and melodious breakbeat-house workout, while "No Romantic" is another retro-futurist romp full of squelchy synth bass and rushing, turn-of-the-90s style nostalgic riffs.
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 in stock $12.22
Straight Outta Compton (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: IMP 003. Rel: 11 Mar 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. NWA - "Straight Outta Compton" (4:21)
  2. Above The Law - "Black Superman" (4:03)
Review: When it comes to West Coast hip-hop classics, there are few more stone cold than N.W.A's Dr Dre-produced 1988 anthem "Straight Outta Compton". Here it gets the Ronnie Razzle re-edit treatment, though the producer has wisely chosen not to tamper with it too much. As with the original version, the beats are fat, the bass fatter and the collective's rap flows delightfully in-your face. Over on side B Above The Law's 1994 gem "Black Superman" gets a similar treatment. Deeper, groovier and more indebted to Los Angeles' rap's G-funk heritage, the track offers a nice counterpoint to the full-throttle dancefloor insanity of NWA's all-time classic.
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 in stock $10.40
The Bumble EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BEEY 004. Rel: 24 Feb 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Julian Anthony - "Raspberry Flurry" (6:27)
  2. Rossi - "Yen" (7:21)
  3. Azire - "Dats Rill" (7:22)
  4. Xhz - "Some Soul" (8:14)
Review: The fourth release on BEEYOU comes from another stellar cast of emergent talents and underground operators, leading in with Julian Anthony and the garage-tinted tech house tough nut, "Raspberry Flurry". Rossi is up next with the cheeky, bouncy-as-hell "Yen" (watch out for that bassline), which sets us up nicely for the smooth strains being unfurled by Azire on the B-side. "Dats Rill" is soaked in mellow chords, but there's still plenty of slap in the drum section to keep the groove rolling. Xhz maintains the melodious vibe with the choice key chops of "Some Soul", with plenty of micro-sounds zipping around the production to keep things sprightly and playful too.
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Cat: GAMM 147. Rel: 02 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Trouble On The Land - A Love That Is Real (10:16)
  2. Trouble On The Land - A Love That Is Real (instrumental) (6:23)
Review: Ashley Beedle and Ray Mang aka The Boogie Twins have reworked and edited one of Paul "Trouble" Anderson's biggest signature tracks. Beedle claimed witnessing Anderson at work at his Electric Ballroom residency back in the day was a major influence, where the late selector would move through boogie, electro, hip-hop and disco, particularly the low slung groove of Trouble On The Land's "A Love That Is Real" that's featured on this 12". The pair get to work, offering a special dubbed-out edit of this rare groove classic which remains a much-loved staple of today's club scene and an example of Anderson's exceptional ear for music. This is a charity record and a tribute to Anderson, with all profits directed to Macmillan Cancer UK.
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 in stock $10.92
Cat: MT 001. Rel: 11 Mar 20
Funk
  1. Mighty Ryeders - "Evil Vibrations" (3:48)
  2. Family Tree - "Family Tree" (4:39)
Review: Those who've studied the history of hip-hop will know the crucial role these two tracks played in the early Bronx block party scene. Later down the line, golden era hip-hop artists extensively sampled both records, making their breaks amongst the most recognizable in rap. On the A-side you'll find The Mighty Ryeders hazy, glassy-eyed 1970s soul classic "Evil Vibrations", a cut that many will recognize from its use in De La Soul's "A Roller Skating Jam Named Saturdays". Over on side B there's a chance to savour Family Tree's disco-funk era workout "Family Tree", a heavier affair that remains as fresh in 2020 as it did when it was first released in 1975.
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Cat: ISLELP 006. Rel: 05 Mar 20
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Carl Craig - "C Beams Glitter" (1:54)
  2. Bochum Welt - "Greenwich" (mix 2) (2:56)
  3. John Rocca - "The River Must Flow" (Zulu dub) (5:44)
  4. Daniele Patucchi - "People Come In" (4:10)
  5. Hit Man - "Future Times" (7:00)
  6. Sapho - "Le Train Den Paris" (Jura Soundsystem edit) (5:44)
  7. David Arch - "Afro Culture" (2:52)
  8. Zann - "After Work" (3:16)
  9. Hirini Melbourne - "Waiata Ki Te Ra" (2:15)
  10. Jeff Bridges - "Feeling Good" (3:30)
Review: The first Jura Soundsystem-helmed set, "Transmissions One", was arguably one of the compilations of 2018, so hopes are sky-high for this sequel. As with its predecessor, "Transmissions Two" features a mix of tracks never before seen on vinyl (see Carl Craig's astonishingly good ambient cut "C Beams Glitter"), quirky but brilliant obscurities and a smattering of Jura Soundsystem re-edits. There's much to enjoy throughout, with highlights including the deep electro warmth of Bochum Welt's "Greenwich (Mix 2)", the slo-mo space boogie of Hitman's "Future Times", David Arch's obscure Afro-synth jam "Afro Culture" and Jeff Bridges' "Feeling Good", a bizarre combination of new age ambient sounds and self-help spoken word vocals from "The Dude" himself.
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Cat: NER 24907. Rel: 09 Mar 20
Funky/Club House
  1. How He Works (feat Nico Vega - Nico Funk dub 2) (5:40)
  2. How He Works (feat Nico Vega - Nico Funki dub 1) (5:32)
  3. Can't Slow Down (4:57)
  4. Vince Montana Tribute (7:08)
Review: Louie Vega's forthcoming "Expansions In The NYC" album was apparently created in part as a tribute to the roots of house music as he sees them. You'll find plenty of nods to classic styles of old in this second sampler EP. The A-side boasts two thrill-a-minute, sweat-soaked "Nico Funki" dubs of "How He Works" - muscular and forthright affairs rich in squelchy proto-house bass, righteous vocal samples and a nagging, almost familiar piano riff. The fun continues on side B via the breezy brilliance of "Can't Slow Down" - a fine slab of organic, disco-tinged house in Vega's now familiar style - and the superb "Vince Montana Tribute", a cut in the style of the vibraphone player and Salsoul arranger complete with Candido style disco drums.
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Cat: PRTR 20. Rel: 24 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Giant (7:02)
  2. Decaying Orbit (6:37)
  3. Deepart System (5:30)
  4. Languishing (5:29)
  5. Human Form (6:06)
  6. Human Decisions (6:54)
  7. Messenger Of The Gods (6:15)
  8. Spindle (3:54)
  9. Pegasus (4:31)
Review: An absolute future classic album of the incredible Derek Carr on Sushitech's sub label - Pariter.
A long journey of 15 tracks that starts with some deep and dubby chords, acidic grooves and ends up with lush string based ambients.
For the fans of Convextion, Schatrax and of course Derek himself! Huge release!
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Acid Royale (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ACIWAX 21. Rel: 09 Mar 20
Techno
  1. MDM Anal (7:01)
  2. Don't Get Caught (5:54)
  3. Acid Royale (6:50)
  4. Go Skiiing (5:03)
Review: All hail the return of our goal-scoring squelch lord, Roy Of The Ravers. Kicking the grass up back where he belongs on Acid Waxa, the modern acid hero sounds as crucial as ever on this cheeky EP. "MDM Anal" is a sludgy cut revolving around a bloated bass arp and really simple kick-clap beat. "Don't Get Caught" ramps up the 303 action for some smart acid jack with a little extra spring in its step. "Acid Royale" is more of an epic saga for those who like a sense of narrative with their jack, in this case coming on like a late-'80s role-playing book. Rolling the dice and turning to the B2, we're confronted with the simultaneously gorgeous and unhinged "Go Skiing", which sounds like it could stack it on a mogul at any moment.
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Juicy (7")
Cat: 45 K01. Rel: 06 Mar 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Juicy (4:04)
  2. One More Chance (4:00)
Played by: Smoove, I Love Hip Hop
 in stock $11.18
Live In Paris 1975: Lost ORTF Recordings (gatefold LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: TRS 15. Rel: 11 Mar 20
Jazz
  1. Love Is Here (part 1) (6:13)
  2. Love Is Here (part 2) (7:38)
  3. Farrell Tune (7:48)
  4. The Creator Has A Master Plan (8:55)
  5. I Want To Talk About You (4:52)
  6. Love Is Everywhere (8:31)
Review: Here's something to set the pulse racing of any serious jazz enthusiast: a recently rediscovered recording of a live performance made by the Pharoah Sanders Quartet at the Grand Auditorium at Studio 104, Paris, in 1975. The tenor saxophonist is undoubtedly the star of the show throughout, though the fluidity of the double bass playing, the loose-limbed drumming and the rush-inducing breeziness of the piano parts - especially on "Love Is Here" parts one and two, which reminded us of another Sanders classic "You've Got To Have Freedom" - are all equally as ear-catching. Musically, it's as inspired as you'd expect, nestling somewhere between the great maestro's greatest "astral jazz" recordings and more traditional forms of jazz.
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Cat: MRB 7159. Rel: 09 Mar 20
Funk
  1. Change The World (5:13)
  2. Try, Try (3:05)
Review: Briefly active in the late 1970s, Solat was a Dutch funk group made up of musicians from Surinam and the Dutch Antilles. They're undoubtedly best remembered by collectors for their 1977 single "Change The World", original copies of which regularly change hands for hundreds of pounds online. Here it gets the reissue treatment courtesy of Mr Bongo. Rich in crunchy Clavinets, tropical guitars, bold group vocals and a touch of steamy disco flavour, "Change The World" is a genuinely life-affirming affair. "Try, Try" meanwhile is an altogether more bass-heavy affair - a Blaxploitation-era slab of disco-funk reminiscent of Mass Production at their most righteous.
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Subee #2 (12")
Cat: SBEE 002. Rel: 13 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. B0n - "Bitch Face" (6:39)
  2. B0n - "What's That" (5:00)
  3. T3x3 - "Mother Fucking Shit" (5:27)
  4. T3x3 - "Baganoush" (5:23)
Review: Six months ago Laidlaw and Jamie Mannion launched a new offshoot of their beloved Beeyou imprint, Subee. The sub-label's second release showcases cuts from not one by two little-known producers. B0n is at the controls on side A, first delivering the colourful, bassline-driven house bounce of "Bitch Face", before reaching for the squelchy electronics, ear-catching synths and booming sub-bass on "What's That". Over on side B T3x3 delivers two funky fusions of UK garage, tech-house and deep house. "Mother F*cking Sh*t" sees the producer pepper a snappy two-step beat with deep analogue bass, dubbed out tech-house riffs and quirky electronics, while "Baganoush" sounds like an unlikely collaboration between Chez Damier, MJ Cole and Sheffield swingers Swag (look 'em up, kids).
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Played by: Laidlaw
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Tropical Disco Records Vol 15 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: TDISCO 015. Rel: 26 Feb 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Moodena - "Deep Fried Funk" (6:31)
  2. Sartorial - "Together" (6:57)
  3. Monsieur Van Pratt - "Clavs & Trumpet" (5:25)
  4. Vagabundo Club Social - "Encanto Nigeriano" (6:56)
Review: The always funky Tropical Disco Records is back with a 15th fantastic instalment of feel good, playful disco sounds that have you dying for warmer days and brighter nights. It's another various artist affair as is their MO, and Moodena goes first with some horn led disco funk. Sartorial's "Together" is a breezier, beach roller with a sense of cool jazz authority that gets you feeling loved up. Monsieur Van Pratt then brings big Philly strings next to some squelchy acid synth funk before Vagabundo Club Social closes things out with the afro tinged and tribal disco groove of "Encanto Nigeriano".
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Played by: Osmose
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Cat: SMS 0162. Rel: 10 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Moplen - "Ain't No Dub About It" (10:24)
  2. SoulBrigada - "Gonna Do" (5:55)
  3. The Funk District - "Anywhere You Like" (6:20)
  4. DJ Rocca - "Da Lion Groove" (6:52)
Review: It would be fair to say that this second part of the third instalment in Samosa's "Funk Purpose" series includes re-edits and sneaky remixes by some of the biggest hitters in the re-edit and nu-disco scenes. GAMM and Glitterbox regular Moplen leads the charge and in the process delivers a suitably sweaty, percussive and breathless peak-time disco-funk workout called "Ain't No Dub About It". Italian veteran DJ Rocca also impresses with another disco-funk rework, "Da Lion Groove", which successfully rearranges a heavyweight, horn-sporting affair previously re-edited by the Unabombers way back in the early 2000s. Elsewhere, SoulBrigada's "Gonna Do" is a relaxed and loved-up mid-tempo tweak of a saucer-eyed disco number, while the Funk District's "Anywhere You Like" is a tooled-up house revision of a punchy Blaxploitation-era number.
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Cat: NEXUS 212. Rel: 05 Mar 20
Techno
  1. Don't Do It Like That (6:04)
  2. Don't Do It Like That (instrumental) (5:33)
  3. Nexus (6:36)
  4. No Statues (5:00)
Review: During their time as Nexus 21, Altern-8 pair Mark Archer and Chris Peat were given the opportunity to head to Detroit and record with some of their techno heroes, Kevin Saunderson and Derrick May included. "Made In Detroit" presents these rare and significant recordings for the first time, offering a suite of tracks that fix UK-style bleep melodies (all the rage in late 1989/early 1990) to the kind of fizzing rhythms, warm bass and futuristic electronics then popular in the Motor City. There are two versions of house-tempo standout "Don't Do It Like That" (one with a whispered lead vocal by Ann Saunderson), while the clanking and metallic "Nexus" and more ghostly "No Statues" accurately fuse the best bits of both British and American techno at the time.
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  1. Get Down Edits - "Comin' At Ya" (6:50)
  2. Monsieur Van Pratt - "UFO" (6:29)
  3. Souldynamic - "Better" (6:26)
  4. De Gama - "Groove On" (7:21)
Review: Italian label Samosa continues to deliver re-edits with "Funk Purpose". Volume three is every bit as strong as its predecessors, with a quartet of experienced re-editors offering up fresh reworks. Get Down Edits set the tone with "Comin' At Ya", a riotously beefy, tooled-up house revision of an urgent funk-soul gem, before Monsieur Van Pratt gleefully dances into disco-funk territory via the spacey synths, groovy bass guitar, crunchy Clavinet licks and fluttering flute solos of "UFO". Over on side B Souldynamic provides some rubbery disco bounce via "Better", while De Gama goes all samba-house with the cowbell-propelled South American style Hammond funk of "Groove On".
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 in stock $13.52
Cat: KALITA 12014. Rel: 13 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Makom Ma Bobe (4:28)
  2. Makom Ma Bobe (Mendel edit) (5:46)
Review: Kalita are excited to announce as their second release of 2020, the first ever official re-release of Cameroonian singer Jeannette N'Diaye's 1981 disco masterpiece 'Makom Ma Bobe', backed by an extended edit courtesy of Mendel! Originally appearing as one of three tracks on 'Mut'a Mbamba', her 1981 single released on Cameroonian producer Jojo Ngalle's record label Disques Jojo, 'Makom Ma Bobe' has recently exploded as one of the most sought-after Afro-disco records out there, with prices becoming ever exceedingly eye-watering and copies ever harder to find. Now Kalita come to the rescue, offering a loud and remastered 12" single for all. If that wasn't enough, the single is also backed by an extended edit of 'Makom Ma Bobe', courtesy of Netherlands-based DJ and producer Mendel! It's fast, it's euphoric and it's lasers are to die for. What more could you want?
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Perfect Pushup 01 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PERFECT 001. Rel: 09 Mar 20
Deep House
  1. The AR Track (12:00)
  2. The GB Track (11:55)
Review: Big time modern deep house dons Lazare Hoche and S.A.M. team up for this new label Perfect Pushup, which from the outset seems to be dealing in some pretty big time edit business. On the A side, they've taken on evergreen Arthur Russell delight "In The Light Of The Miracle" - hallowed ground no doubt, but the team approach with care and tease some additional minutes and a little more oomph out of this beauty of a track. It's harder to ID "The GB Track" on the flip, but it matters not one bit as the endless flow of woozy, tastefully cut up funk spills out over 12 minutes.
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Played by: Fog, Lazare Hoche
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Apparatus (140 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: VIS 317. Rel: 02 Mar 20
Electro
  1. Apparatus (6:10)
  2. Carbon Deposits (6:58)
  3. Bind (7:01)
  4. Components (5:20)
  5. Differential (6:01)
  6. Structure (6:34)
  7. Ampere (5:39)
  8. Viroids (6:48)
Review: There's no shortage of great electro around at the moment, but lest we forget Carl Finlow has been dishing out some of the finest for decades now. In many ways 20/20 Vision is his spiritual home too, so it's great to see him imparting his skills for a fresh long player of razor sharp body poppers loaded with robo-funk. From charging opener "Apparatus" to freaky wriggler "Carbon Deposits", restrained creeper "Components" to punchy melodic workout "Ampere", there's a lot to enjoy and so much musical detail to absorb across this record. As if we'd expect any less from Mr. Finlow.
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Soul Tripper (reissue) (7" in hand-stamped sleeve) (1 per customer)
Cat: JAZZR 003. Rel: 27 Feb 20
Jazz
  1. Kaoru Iiyoshi & The Whip - "Soul Tripper" (3:20)
  2. Alberto Baldan Bembo - "Abat Jour" (2:35)
Review: For the second missive on his Jazz Room Records imprint, legendary London DJ Paul Murphy has chosen to reissue two quality - and, we should add, obscure -slabs of Latin-fired dancefloor jazz. For us the real highlight is Kaoru Liyoshi and The Whip's A-side cut, "Soul Tripper", a breezy, sun-kissed chunk of lazy and hazy boosa-jazz that features some superb organ solos. If you want something a little more energetic, Alberto Baldan Bembo's "Abat Jour" ticks the box. It was originally released on the soundtrack to an obscure Italian film and fully deserves a single release - it's a jaunty Latin jazz delight!
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Cat: NER 24790. Rel: 28 Feb 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Gary's Gang - "Let's Lovedance Tonight" (Danny Krivit 7" edit) (5:19)
  2. Convertion - "Let's Do It" (Danny Krivit 7" edit) (5:39)
Played by: LEGO EDIT
 in stock $10.15
Popcorn (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: HSRSS 002. Rel: 06 Mar 20
Classics/Ska
  1. The Upsetters - "Popcorn" (2:08)
  2. Dave Barker & The Upsetters - "Tight Spot" (2:41)
Review: For the second salvo in their "loud cut series", the Harlem Shuffle label has raided the vaults of Lee 'Scratch' Perry's legendary studio band, "The Upsetters". On the A-side you'll find "Popcorn" from 1970's "Eastwood Rides Again" album, a hard-edged, Ska-era rhythm & blues rump-shaker that sounds like a Jamaican take on James Brown. The flipside plays host to "Tight Spot", a dubbed-out reggae riddim over which tight saxophone riffs ascend impressively while deejay/singer/mic man attempts to get the dance going with some choice words and phrases. Like the A-side, it's a genuine dancefloor workout.
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Just The Way I Like It (1-sided 12")
Cat: NSRVINYL 012. Rel: 05 Mar 20
Deep House
  1. Isoul8 - "Just The Way I Like It" (feat Diamondancer - 12" mix) (6:44)
  2. June Jazzin - "Unfriendly Guests" (7:02)
Review: Now this is proper house music from the Noble Square label. Crate-digging veteran Volcon aka Isoul8 has linked with Diamond Dancer and enlisted the lush guitar of Piranahead to cook up a fantastically deep and effusive track that overflows with soul and spirituality, while the gentle vocals add another layer of cool. On the flip side, June Jazzin comes just as correct with a timeless broken beat track that glows thanks to the jazzy keys and bendy chords that light it up. Loungey yet heady, it's as good as it gets, frankly, and will swell your heart in two different but equally impactful ways.
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Bucktown (7")
Cat: NER 24875. Rel: 05 Mar 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Bucktown (4:15)
  2. Bucktown (instrumental) (4:13)
Review: Given the recent upsurge in interest in '90s "golden era" hip-hop, we're not all that surprised to see a new pressing of this lesser-celebrated NYC gem - an early highlight from the now long-serving Smif-N-Wessun crew. It first landed in 1994 on house imprint Nervous' relatively short-lived rap offshoot Wreck. "Bucktown" is reminiscent of A Tribe Called Quest cuts from the period, with on-point raps rising above suitably dusty beats and prominent samples from Jack Bruce's 1970 jazz-rock classic "Born To Be Blue". This seven-inch single version boasts both vocal and instrumental versions with the latter naturally allowing the smoky jazz samples a little more room to breathe.
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Cat: EES 035. Rel: 02 Mar 20
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Barely Alive (6:04)
  2. Barely Alive (Timothy J Fairplay remix) (5:49)
  3. Barely Alive (Job Sifre remix) (6:44)
  4. Barely Alive (Das Ding remix) (6:42)
Review: Kris Baha had a big year in 2019 with the release of his debut album on CockTail d'Amore and an EP on Pinkman, and now the Australian body music man in Berlin is back with a high-pressure heater for [Emotional] Especial. "Barely Alive" is the kind of sinewy proto-industrial cut that will appeal to fans of Ministry's earlier work, when the synths reigned supreme and there was pop to match the noir. Especial then call on a cast of remixers to interpret the track in different ways, from Timothy J Fairplay amping up the dystopian disco tropes to Das Ding creating a sleek electro-funk twist with the original's gothic undertones intact.



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