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Aroop Roy launches the Vive La Musique label with this effervescent blast of sunkissed Zouk music from the mid 80s. Maurice Agad, the writer responsible for "Tabala Mouv," was traced to the Caribbean island of Martinique, and it only helps feed into the exotic atmosphere surrounding the music. In its original form "Tabala Mouv" is a plush, richly produced groover laden with slap bass, strings, keys, horns and a wonderful meandering vocal. Roy beefs the track up with a rework that subtly edges a few modern touches into the mix, while Truccy offers up a simple edit of the track in its purest form.
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The current owners of iconic disco label Salsoul have previously been criticized for some of their remix choices - most notably Marquis Hawkes' revisions of classic Logg tunes - but we can't envisage many finding fault with this superb compilation. It features revisions of classic and little-known cuts from DJs and producers associated with Italy's Sounds Familiar crew. Highlights include a killer cover of Candido classic "Thousand Finger Man" by GE-OLOGY (here titled "ReFingered With Love"), a superb re-edit of The Strangers' P-funk cut "Stimulation" by Twice and Volvov, a dusty, Theo Parrish's Ugly Edits style tweak of "Salsoul Rainbow" by Kai Alce, and a typically on-point rearrangement by Mark Grusane of Civil Attack's little-known boogie floorfiller "On The Phone".
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There's a loose concept surrounding the latest double EP-come-compilation from Nina Kraviz's TRIP label. Fundamentally this is a collection that mixes "essential gems" from the label's catalogue with a wealth of previously unreleased material. Kraviz's own "Opa", a fiendishly leftfield techno assault that's as skewed and out-there as they come, is undoubtedly amongst the highlights, but it's not alone. Check, in particular, the hectic, mind-altering braindance business of Biogen's "Hexagraphic", the speaker-busting loop techno intensity of "Grasshunter" by Exos, and the utter insanity of Bjarki's "3-1 Tap Lush", whose bizarre and tipsy manipulated non-verbal vocal sounds are capable of inducing travel sickness even in seasoned travelers.
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Soda Lite / Jose Roboter / River Yarra / Regularfantasy / Aquatic Language - Music For Five Post Cards
LP
$14.39
Paris label Ville Nouvelle is a music-sharing project, which aims to propose a journey into contemporary music. It delivers some exceptional music on Music For Five Post Cards, which like the name suggests serves up five evocative love letters from across the globe. Our favourite sonic narratives here came from Vancouver's Regularfantasy (Heart To Heart/Pacific Rhythm) who delivers the dreamy lo-slung bliss of "Queen" (962 Cardero mix 1.6), Melbourne's Soda Lite who provides some celestial and soothing FM tones on the new age journey "Liffey Falls" and Germany's Jose Roboter gets into some loved-up and balearic tinged vibes reminiscent of the acid house era on "Imaginary Scenes".
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Uncharted Territories is a three LP studio album by English jazz bassist Dave Holland, together with saxophonist Evan Parker, percussionist Ches Smith and pianist Craig Taborn. Avant-garde jazz for the most part, they present a series of deep, multi-layered conversations between one another - some of whom were collaborating for the first time. The origin of these new, free improvisation sessions goes back to Holland's pre-New York days and his association with Parker - when they played together in Spontaneous Music Ensemble.
Hector Costita Sexteto - Impacto
LP
$21.44
** REPRESS ALERT ** Hector "Costita" Bisignani had arrived in Brazil from his native Argentina, where he started to play saxophone influenced by local legend Lalo Schifrin. During his first years in Brazil he would play with artists such as Joao Donato, Manfredo Fest and Sergio Mendes (as part of Sexteto Bossa Rio) and also released a solo album: O Fabuloso Hector. In 1964, Costita and his sextet recorded Impacto in Sao Paulo - an explosive mix of tough jazz and Brazilian samba in equal measure, widely considered his best work. Costita would later stop recording music for quite a few years, working as a sideman for many artists such as Elis Regina and Wilson Simonal and as a music teacher at CLAM: a Brazilian Music School founded by Zimbo Trio. Thankfully he would return to the studio in 1981 to continue his brilliant solo career.
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Maceo Plex - Mutant 2
12"
$10.59
Fresh from reworking Remake's 1992 progressive house cover of Vangelis' "Blade Runner" theme, Maceo Plex returns to the Ellum Audio imprint he co-founded with Alta in 2011. This time round, he's got company, too, with veteran Texas outfit Paradigm Shift (whose "Requisition" was featured on Plex's recent Fabric mix CD) lending a hand on title track "Mutant Pulse". It's a typically atmospheric, peak-time-friendly affair, with trippy female spoken world vocals weaving in and out of an alien techno groove and spine-tingling pads reminiscent of the Moby classic "Go". On the flipside, "Mutant Radio" is an altogether darker and more hypnotic interpretation, with spaced-out stabs and ghostly chords accompanying Plex's fuzzy, on-point grooves.
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Gene On Earth - SUB 007
12"
$11.67
Gene On Earth's first two releases, both of which were released on his Limousine Dream imprint, showcased a retro-futurist production style rich in audible nods to vintage styles of electronic music. He's at it again on this latest outing, first wrapping bleep melodies and bowel-bothering sub-bass around elastic breakbeats on "PK Fire", before dousing a crunchy two-step rhythm in spacey tech-house electronics on "Thunderbird". You'll find more saucer-eyed nods to dance music's halcyon era on the flipside, where the modified early drum and bass skittishness of "Leisure Suit" follows the deep UK-garage-meets-ambient-techno flex of "Fore". While the nods to the past are obvious, there's enough quality contemporary flavour in each track to avoid accusations of hollow revivalism.
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