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Worst Case Scenario (CD single)
Cat: 88697 226532. Rel: 31 Dec 07
Indie
  1. Worst Case Scenario
  2. Ruby Blue (previously unreleased)
Review: The Hoosiers unleash the follow-up to two Top 5 hits & one of the stand out tracks from the #1 Sony BMG album
'The Trick To Life'. More quirky pop, with clever lyrics & an infectious tune. Ltd 2 track cd format. Upcoming tour in Spring '08.
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My Violent Femme (CD single)
Cat: BLEACH 029. Rel: 28 Sep 06
Rock
  1. My Violent Femme
  2. Coming Home
Review: Described by Music Week as 'Intriguing slice of rock that blends soaring vocals reminiscent of Muse with the taut pop sensibilities of The Killers'. This is a strong single which has already got the support of DJ Janice Long, who has invited the band for a live session on BBC Radio Two.
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Egomatic Annie (CD single)
Cat: OSHCD 02. Rel: 27 Sep 07
Indie
  1. Egomatic Annie
  2. Unless
Review: Leapfrogging conventional rock sounds and hop-scotching conformity, these unassuming young gentlemen yell "Up your pigeon-hole!" to an industry obsessed with format and repeated musical templates. In the humble surroundings of a quaint English seaside village, the members of Odd Shaped Head reside in chaotic harmony: Paul (bass/vocals), Ricky (guitar/vocals), Rob (drums) and Andrew (guitar); from childhood chums to grown up geeky misfits. The quirky quartet release their new single "Egomatic Annie". Their eclectic brand of energetic, rhythmic, funk-punk, jerky bass popping, powerful scatterbrained drumming and stabbing guitars bursting into vibrant melodies draws more fans along to venues already packed with a collage of characters. This is not to be missed.
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The Rank Deluxe (CD single)
Cat: CDFAT 055. Rel: 13 Oct 06
Indie
  1. Doll Queue
  2. Come On
  3. Style
  4. What Do You Want
  5. Poormans Cab
  6. End In Mind
Review: A somewhat atypical indie outfit by any standard, The Rank Deluxe share as much of an affinity with old school UK punk or grime as they do with any of their more immediately apparent musical contemporaries. Often playing in or amongst the crowd, live shows are frenetic, full of youthful exuberance, occasionally divisive, but always fun. Informed by reggae, ska, punk, and rock and roll, The Rank Deluxe's sound is vibrant, pop savvy and uncompromising. Varying in style from cathartic pop to stabby, dub rhythms, lyrically the band align themselves with the social commentary of UK-based artists such as The Specials, Gang Of Four, or even Ian Dury. The band's name is taken from a glamour model's comment, overheard entering a strip club above the band's old rehearsal space. "This place is so rank deluxe" she said; apparently meaning the height of scum. Drawn to the multiple implications, they took the phrase as their own. Four 20-something's from South East London, Lew and Rich grew up on the same estate in Thamesmead, South East London, and the band's current line up formed early in 2005. The band refer to their music as "a sonic picture of council estate youth", but what so often can seem little more than empty posturing is backed up by a strong sense of identity, and an aptitude and commitment that is beyond their short lifespan.
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Loco (CD single)
Cat: RID 052CDS. Rel: 02 Mar 07
Indie
  1. Loco
  2. Too Much Too Young
  3. Promise
Review: 'Loco' serves as another great example of The Ripps sound - fast, furious & fun, and acts as a taster for the delights on their forthcoming album 'Long Live the Ripps'.
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Cat: LITA 024. Rel: 09 Aug 07
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Motorin'
  2. 45
  3. Ass Kicker's Haircut
  4. The Gospel
Review: The Saturday Knights are a culmination of three freaks, a jaw-jacking combination of performing personalities: storyteller and entertainer Tilson, who can tickle any lady's funny bone; low-income yarn spinner and urban graffiti poet Barfly; and pumped up by the big beats and psychedelic turntable-artist, DJ Suspence.
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Fire! (CD single)
Cat: JPRCDS 024. Rel: 03 Nov 06
Indie
  1. Fire!
  2. Taking Me Over
  3. Country Song
Review: Jeepster's first signing in several years, SixNationState are a phenomenal live band who have been winning fans around London and the South of England with constant touring over the last twelve months. They have played with The Holloways and The Maccabees, toured Germany and Austria with The Rumble Strips and performed to a packed Trailer Park Stage audience at this summer's Truck Festival. Following on from their limited split 7" release, 'Keep Dancing' on Worst Case Scenario Records in March this year the band's first single for Jeepster will be live favourite 'Fire!'. A frantic introduction to the energy and excitement of the band the single will be available on two track 7" and three track CD. All three tracks rocket in at just over seven minutes in total! The artwork for the single is intended to provide an introduction to the band and their distinctive image while retaining a level of anonymity. The individual personalities within SixNationState will be introduced as the campaign develops toward the album. The 7" format will be coloured vinyl in a full colour sleeve, limited to 500 copies.
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Meantime (CD single)
Cat: GRLCD 002. Rel: 08 Nov 07
Indie
  1. Meantime
Review: UK rockers Slaves To Gravity release "Meantime". Produced by Chris Sheldon (Foo Fighters, Biffy Clyro, Feeder etc), this is a taste of the new outfits mouth watering take on post millennial rock.
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Hologram World (CD single)
Cat: CDMUTE 397. Rel: 11 Mar 08
Indie
  1. Hologram World (with Karen O & Nick Zinner)
  2. Hologram World (Live on XFM)
  3. Hologram World (with Karen O & Nick Zinner - video)
Review: Brooklyn, NY based Tiny Masters Of Today's latest single 'Hologram World' is joyous, noisy punk pop from start to finish.
Taken from their debut album 'Bang Bang Boom Cake', it's a collaboration with Karen O from Yeah Yeah Yeahs and her
bandmate Nick Zinner.
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专辑
Cat: ITS 155. Rel: 16 Jun 17
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. 1993 (Nacht)
  2. Lucky Lobster (2RMW & Umami - Nacht)
  3. Somebody Lonely & Me (Nacht)
  4. Energie Multimillionar (Nacht)
  5. Ich Bin Die Bass Drum (Nacht)
  6. Hey Schmetterling (Nacht)
  7. Das Herz Irrt Nie (Nacht)
  8. Hotel Sunshine (Nacht)
  9. Bonjour Cherie (2RMW & Dieter Meier - Nacht)
  10. Ich Hor Musik Wenn Ich Dich Seh (Nacht)
  11. 1993 (Tag)
  12. Lucky Lobster (2RMW & Umami - Tag)
  13. Somebody Lonely & Me (Tag)
  14. Energie Multi Millionar (Tag)
  15. Ich Bin Die Bass Drum (Tag)
  16. Hey Schmetterling (Tag)
  17. Das Herz Irrt Nie (Tag)
  18. Hotel Sunshine (Tag)
  19. Bonjour Cherie (2RMW & Dieter Meier - Tag)
  20. Ich Hor Musik Wenn Ich Dich Seh (Tag)
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Cat: ATONCD 07. Rel: 10 Dec 18
Techno
  1. Time Melts
  2. Reality Of Space
  3. Excalibur's Radar
  4. Millentum
  5. Lost
  6. Think City
  7. Shades Amaze
  8. Seeing Sense
Review: Ostgut Ton A-Ton completes their trilogy of compilations charting the early-to-mid-'90s ambient techno work of British producer Luke Slater under the 7th Plain alias. As with its predecessors, the eight included tracks offer a mixture of previously released fare from the project's heyday and music that's sat on dusty DAT tapes for well over two decades. Highlights come thick and fast, from the sun-bright sci-fi melodies, sustained ambient chords and bubbly acid lines of "Time Melts" and the Black Dog-ish shuffle of "Reality of Space", to the booming, club-ready "Lost", drowsy IDM cut "Think City" and the intergalactic, stretched-out bliss of brilliant closing cut "Seeing Sense".
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Aquafusion (limited CD)
Cat: MLPH 11CD. Rel: 07 Nov 16
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Back To Elba
  2. Aquafusion
  3. Duality (feat Krista Michaela)
  4. Surf Blue
  5. Barbados
  6. I Saw The Wind
  7. Open Sequences
  8. Seagulls
Review: Under the A Vision of Panorama alias, Mikhail Khavsko has released some of the most beguiling nu-Balearic music of the past few years. Aquafusion is his long-awaited debut album, and is sure to further enhance his already high reputation. Drawing on sun kissed synthesizer grooves, languid nu-disco and hazy pop for inspiration, the album boasts all manner of ear-pleasing highlights. These include the new age inspired ambient slinkiness of "Open Sequences", the Gigi Masin style bliss of "Seagulls", the mid-'80s synth-pop-goes-dancing bounce of "Barbados", and the baked, horizontal pop of "Duality" (which notably features the drowsy vocals of Krista Michaela).
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Cat: CORDCD 002. Rel: 04 Sep 18
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. TMFF
  2. Elephant Sunrise
  3. Psychic Summers
  4. Could It Only Be Me
  5. Sugar Free
  6. Good Thang
  7. Wild Turkey
  8. Goin' Down To The Disco
  9. Zugabe (Encore)
Review: Later this year, crate-digging specialists Cordial Recordings is set to release an album of previously unheard recordings by cult German jazz-fusion combo Afrodisia. To get us in the mood, the London-based label has decided to reissue the band;s sole previous album, 1980's Elephant Sunrise. While the album is best known for the impeccable jazz-funk sweetness of "Sugar Free" - recorded, like much of the rest of the album, by a mixture of locals and guest musicians from a nearby U.S army base - there's much to enjoy throughout, from the psychedelic heaviness of opener "TMFF" and elastic dancefloor workout "Psychic Summers", to the slap-bass-propelled funk-rock of "Wild Turkey" and intense, full-throttle closer "Zugabe (Encore)".
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Cat: DS 128CD. Rel: 01 Dec 17
Indie
  1. This One's For The Humans
  2. The Visitation
  3. The Moon Is Not Your Friend
  4. Titanic Dance (Lynch Mob mix)
Review: Alien Stadium is a collaborative project comprised of Martin Duffy of Primal Scream and Felt, and Steve Mason of The Beta Band. 'Livin' In Elizabethan Times' is an audacious and oddball cosmic rock concept mini-LP about a comically underwhelming invasion of drunkard aliens. As well as the sheer unadulterated fun of the record, the amount of dense and inventive genre-melting the pair have managed to cram into these four tracks is astonishing - dropping in theremins, sound effects, militaristic horns and much more when you least expect them. They set an interplanetary course from twanging and stomping bluesy opener 'This One's For The Humans', through hypnotic balearic-ish bleep and orchestrated retro-futurist pop, to the huge cosmic disco closer 'Titanic Dance'. At first glance, it's an unashamedly silly and fun offering, but repeat listens will reveal these maverick veterans have woven in far deeper layers of commentary humour and substance.
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Push On (CD)
Cat: JAL 248CD. Rel: 27 Jul 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Intro
  2. Love That I'm In (feat Andy Cooper)
  3. Since You've Been Gone
  4. Entitled To That
  5. Get Down On You
  6. Push On
  7. Main Event (feat Andy Cooper)
  8. Hold You Close
  9. Buzzsaw (feat Andy Cooper)
  10. Allergic Interlude
  11. It Won't Be Me (feat Andy Cooper)
  12. Funky Feeling
  13. Remedy (feat Dr Syntax)
  14. Get On The Floor
Review: Don't be fooled by the smoky jazzy horns on the intro: The Allergies are still at the front of the party queue! They were just lulling us into a false sense of security before hitting us with a precision range of big soul swingers and dynamite party killers; both "Hold You Close" and "Since You've Been Gone" pop with big beat bangs, "Entitled To That" stamps and sweats like Wigan Pier is still holding the best dances in the country, "Main Event" parps and pumps while long-standing affiliate Andy Cooper reminds us who's boss while "It Won't Be Me" (also with Cooper) is coded with so much horn and guitar powered gusto you could be fooled into thinking Ugly Duckling are back. Yet another triumphant album from one of Jalapeno's most exciting acts.
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Re Member (CD)
Cat: 676600 5. Rel: 24 Aug 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Re:member
  2. Unfold (feat Sohn)
  3. Saman
  4. Brot
  5. Inconsist
  6. They Sink
  7. Ypsilon
  8. Partial
  9. Momentary
  10. Undir
  11. Ekki Hugsa
  12. Nyepi
Review: Since leaving his hardcore metal drummer past behind, Olafur Arnalds has gone on to become one of the most lauded composers and producers of his generation, balancing experimental work that blends neo-classical movements with most rock and abstract electronics, with acclaimed work for film and television. Re:member is the Icelander's first album since working on the Broadchurch soundtrack and undeniably his most high profile release to date. It's also fiendishly cutting edge, utilizing specially created software to trigger new sequences (as well as randomized electronic feedback) on two pianos chained to his primary instrument. These elements, naturally mixed with strings, live percussion and the multi-instrumentalist's own considered electronics, combine to create a mesmerizing and thoroughly absorbing album.
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Cat: ANJCD 064. Rel: 21 Aug 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Tidal Wave (feat Alison May)
  2. Love You More (feat Ane Brun)
  3. Open End Resource (feat Alison May)
  4. Hold On To You (feat Ane Brun)
  5. In My Last Life (feat Alison May)
  6. Immortal Lover (feat Alison May)
  7. Your Eyes (feat Ane Brun)
  8. End Of All Things (feat Alison May)
Review: Five years have passed since Andrew Bayer made a big impression with his silky second album, "If I Were You, I'd Never Leave". While informed by his progressive house and Washington D.C techno roots, it was a largely downtempo and laidback affair that suited sofa-bound listening sessions more than sweaty club sets. This belated follow-up takes a similarly head-in-the-clouds approach, serving up a sensual selection of sweet songs that variously touch on Balearic two-step (the glistening "Open End Resource"), post-dubstep pop ("Hold On To You", the deliciously bass-heavy "Immortal Lover"), sweeping, hands-aloft trip-hop anthems ("Love You More") and melodius, radio-friendly dancefloor workouts ("Your Eyes", "End Of All Things").
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Cat: SPEAR 098CD. Rel: 26 Feb 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Sincerely Yours (feat Leo Wood)
  2. Sight Unseen
  3. All Fired Up
  4. For All You're Worth
  5. Run For Cover
  6. Prozac Dub
  7. Wanderer
  8. All The King's Horses
  9. Vintage
  10. Remind Me
  11. Shouting About Nothing
  12. Moving Away (feat Jevon Ives)
  13. First Love
  14. Magic Words (feat Degs)
Review: When it comes to sunny, summer-fresh drum and bass, few producers are quite as capable as Spearhead Records supremo Steve "BCee" Jefroy. Further proof of his mastery of soulful-but-punchy D&B comes courtesy of Jefroy's fifth solo full-length, "Shouting About Nothing". Highlights come thick and fast, from the gentle pianos, rolling breaks and stunning vocals of "Sincerely Yours (feat. Leo Wood)" and the weighty low-end rumble of "All Fired Up", to the ruffneck early jungle/vintage D&B fusion of "For All Your Worth", cinematic drum and bass soul of "Wanderer" and the dub-wise, hot-stepping dancefloor skank of the title track "Shouting About Nothing".
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Cat: VISTA 008CD. Rel: 08 Feb 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Serriform
  2. Color In The Six
  3. Lidless Path
  4. Iris
  5. Trumbull
  6. Light By A Thread
  7. Soft Logic
  8. Bright Lands Rising
  9. Memory Resonance
Review: Transatlantic twosome Billow Observatory (AKA Detroit-based Jason Kolb and Copenhagen resident Jonas Munk) tend to take their time over albums, but more often than not the results are worth the wait. "III: Chroma/Contour" definitely fits into this category. The result of two years of work, it bristles with effervescent soundscapes, delay-laden instrumentation, shape-shifting aural textures and gently unfurling compositions. Their particular brand of luxurious ambient music makes great use of Jonny Nash style glistening guitar sounds, the fluid chord progressions of Gigi Masin, the emotion-rich movements of Brian Eno collaborator Mark Shreeve and the synthesizer-fired dreaminess of 1980s new age composers. It's a stylistic blend that not only guarantees great results, but also some of the most beguiling and becalmed ambient music you'll hear all year.
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Cat: SBR 220CD. Rel: 16 Aug 19
Industrial/Noise
  1. Intro
  2. Death Drop
  3. House vs House
  4. Hush Money
  5. Love Is A Parasite
  6. Creature/West Fuqua
  7. No Dice
  8. Wings Of Hate
Review: On his three previous solo albums as Blanck Mass, Fuck Buttons member Benjamin John Power offered up abstract but enjoyable blends of ambient, drone, IDM and electronics. On "Animated Violence Mild", his first full-length for two years, Power has decided to take a far more dystopian path, blending ear-catching, synth-pop influenced melodies with thrusting, doom-laden techno rhythms, growling aural textures, industrial strength noise and hybrid electronic power-pop. It's an ear-catching affair, with highlights including the boisterous, distorted techno-pop of "House Vs House", the post-apocalyptic power-trance rush of "Hush Money", the hypnotic, maximal ambient movements of "Creature/West Fuqua" and the pulsating intensity of "Wings Of Hate".
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Liferz (CD)
Cat: 656605 756028. Rel: 19 Jan 08
Indie
  1. Hibernation
  2. The Ditch
  3. Liferz
  4. Lightning Song
  5. Junkeee Julieee
  6. Gogogo
  7. Rize
  8. Sorry Sorry Sarah
  9. The X
  10. Turnaround & Shut Up
  11. Acid Fight
Review: Social Registry brings you Blood On The Wall's new album 'Liferz'. Having gone from hometown heroes to national fan favourites and critical darlings, the band has earned its reputation as top of the rock heap.
Putting out raucously fun records, this is a portrait of a band at the top of their game - somehow they have managed to get even more awesome.
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Cat: ZENCD 140. Rel: 25 Mar 10
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Prelude
  2. Kiara
  3. Kong
  4. Eyesdown (feat Andreya Triana)
  5. El Toro
  6. We Could Forever
  7. 1009
  8. All In Forms
  9. The Keeper (feat Andreya Triana)
  10. Stay The Same (feat Andreya Triana)
  11. Animals
  12. Black Sands
Review: Black Sands, the eagerly anticipated fourth album from Simon Green AKA Bonobo, is no revolutionary change from his signature sound but does come with perhaps even more subtlety and complexity than his previous offerings. Having constantly instilled a degree of integrity and value back into chill out music following the influx of Cafe Del Mar and Coffeeshop compilations, Green once again displays a musicianship that sets him apart as a true artist and producer amongst a sea of downtempo and chillout DJs.
His undeniably clear understanding of composition and arrangement of live instruments has enabled Green to make an album that reaches out through diverse styles, taking influence and inspiration from wherever possible. On Black Sands, Green delves into electronic music and bass more than he did across Animal Magic, Dial "M" For Monkey or Days To Come but does so with enough subtlety and finesse to refrain from causing a radical shift in his product. Tracks like "Kiara," "We Could Forever" and "All In Forms" all utilise beats and bass in a more contemporary outlook than we are used to with Bonobo. Of course the instrumental feel is still there for all to see. Title track "Black Sands" takes this position for almost seven minutes of a horn infused waltz whereas "Kong" assumes the traditional soul-jazz Bonobo take and "Animals" lets delicate drum patterns guide us through pleasing tempo shifts.
The instrumental vibe is highlighted further in the album's approach to vocals. Unlike his last album, Days To Come which was littered with vocals, Black Sands houses only three tracks that contain vocals. The breathy vocals of Andreya Triana complete tracks like "Stay the Same" and "The Keeper" turning them in more traditional songs. Black Sands is another loving crafted offering that uses orchestral arrangements but this time merged with more of a dance aesthetic. As he continues to make chillout more credible in his experimental way, it's no wonder that Bonobo is one of the biggest artists to come from the excellent Ninja Tune.
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BONOBO/VARIOUS
Cat: FABRIC 201. Rel: 22 Feb 19
Deep House
  1. Bonobo - "Flicker"
  2. Bonobo - "Boston Common"
  3. Pote - "Jacquot (Waters Of Praslin)"
  4. Alex Kassian - "Hidden Tropics"
  5. Ame - "Nia"
  6. Durante - "Maia"
  7. Dark Sky & Afriquoi - "Cold Harbour"
  8. Bonobo - "Ibrik"
  9. Olsen - "Femenine"
  10. O'Flynn - "TKOTN"
  11. TSHA - "Sacred"
  12. Will Saul - "By Your Side"
  13. Titeknots - "Buzzard Walk"
  14. Dan Kye - "Focus"
  15. Barkas - "Roach"
  16. R Lyle - "Perpetrator"
  17. Ronw - "Mirapolis" (Laurent Garnier remix)
  18. Throwing Snow - "Rheged"
  19. Nepa Allstar - "The Way"
  20. DJ Seinfeld - "Stargard"
  21. Earth Trax & Newborn Jr - "If You" (feat Annjet - club mix)
  22. John Beltran - "Collage Of Dreams"
Review: For their first foray into the mix market following the conclusion of their original, 100-volume series, London superclub Fabric has decided to offer up a rare DJ mix from genre-defying producer Simon Green AKA Bonobo. It's his first mix of any sort since 2013 and it is really rather good. Beautiful, picturesque, melodious and fluid, the mix not only includes heaps of previously unheard material from the man himself, but also touches on a dizzying number of styles (most notably ambient, loved-up deep house, African and South American drum music, IDM, electronica, techno, electro-soul, broken beat and dreamy breaks). That it all hangs together brilliantly is testament to Green's impeccable DJing and production skills.
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Careful (CD)
Cat: NUDE 5. Rel: 01 Feb 19
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Keep Driving
  2. Face The Fire
  3. Fate
  4. LA
  5. Come Closer
  6. They Look You Gave (Jerry)
  7. Tears
  8. Crush
  9. Lost
  10. Careful
Review: Three years on from the release of their acclaimed debut album, "Yr Body is Nothing", Augustus Miller and Jae Matthews are finally ready to release the second Boy Harsher full-length. It's a hugely atmospheric affair, with the lauded pair sashaying between moody creepiness (the slowly shifting musical dystopia of opener "Keep Driving"), guitar-flecked new wave ("Face The Fire"), arpeggio-driven alternative synth-pop ("Fate"), Pet Shop Boys-esque Italo-disco influenced throb-jobs ("LA"), EBM-driven dancefloor funk ("Come Closer", "Tears"), icy electronic soundscapes ("Crush") and immersive, wide-eyed ambient ("Careful"). It does sound like it could have been made around 1985, but that's precisely the point: Boy Harsher can certainly deliver well observed retro-futurism better than most.
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Burial (CD)
Cat: HDBCD 001. Rel: 02 Jun 06
Deep Dubstep
  1. Track 1
  2. Distant Lights
  3. Spaceape (feat Spaceape)
  4. Wounder
  5. Night Bus
  6. Southern Comfort
  7. U Hurt Me
  8. Gutted
  9. Forgive
  10. Broken Home
  11. Prayer
  12. Pirates
  13. Track 13
Review: This first album on Kode9's deeply-respected Hyperdub label comes from the mysterious Burial, who carves out a sound which sends the dormant slinky syncopations of UK garage, via radio interference, into a padded cell of cushioned, muffled bass, passing through clouds of Pole's dense crackle dub en route. 'Burial' - the album - explores a tangential, parallel dimension of the growing dubstep ouevre, using sounds set in a near-future South London submerged underwater. You can never tell if the crackle is the burning static off pirate radio transmissions, or the tropical downpour of the city outside, taking its loud-quiet aesthetic neither from the latest digital glitch software nor a mere nostalgia for vinyl's intrinsic physicality. In their sometimes suffocating melancholy, most of these tracks seem to yearn for drowned lovers, as haunted echoed voices breeze in and out, on roads to and from other times. The smouldering desire of 'Distant Lights' is cooled only by the percussive ice-sharp slicing of blades and jets of hot air blowing from the bass. Listen also for a fleeting appearance from Hyperdub's resident vocalist, the Spaceape, unravelling his cryptobiography. 'Burial' is a renegade signal from other frequencies, a tidal wave of seductive low-impact noise submerging all but the crispest syncopations, and is well on course to be universally welcomed as the standard-bearer for creative vision built upon the grime and dubstep blueprint.
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Played by: Gilles Peterson
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Cat: 759979 3220. Rel: 09 Mar 18
Indie
  1. I Dance Like This
  2. Gasoline & Dirty Sheets
  3. Every Day Is A Miracle
  4. Dog's Mind
  5. This Is That
  6. It's Not Dark Up Here
  7. Bullet
  8. Doing The Rightr Thing
  9. Everbody's Coming To My House
  10. Here
Review: 'American Utopia' is the first solo record in 14 years from iconic polymath David Byrne. The album comes as part of a larger project entitled 'Reasons To Be Cheerful' - a series of works that strives to antidote pervasive social and political anxieties. In keeping with this, 'American Utopia' questions realities of contemporary culture with playful writing that shifts perspectives and favours optimism over despairing pessimism. Being the product of working with 25 collaborators, 'American Utopia' feels like something of a sonic patchwork, but doesn't ever feel sprawling, neatly tied together by Byrne's inimitable sense of melody and harmony. 'American Utopia' doesn't offer any transcendental conclusions on how to save the world, but advocates positive and unusual ways of looking at the world around us, and with a career underpinned by a singular and indescribable quirkiness, Byrne is the ideal candidate the job.
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CALL SUPER/VARIOUS
Fabric 92 (mixed CD)
Cat: FABRIC 183. Rel: 17 Feb 17
Techno
  1. Beatrice Dillon & Rupert Clervaux - "The Same River Twice"
  2. M:I:5 - "Masstab 1:5/11"
  3. Jan Jelinek - "Tendency"
  4. Dresvn - "Untitled B1"
  5. Objekt - "The Stitch-Up"
  6. Two Full Minds - "No Smoke"
  7. Photek - "T'Raenon"
  8. Don't DJ - "Pornoire"
  9. Flanger - "Spinner"
  10. Carl Craig - "A Wonderful Life" (Epic mix)
  11. Call Super - "Acephale I"
  12. Call Super - "Acephale II"
  13. Marco Bernardi - "Demonia"
  14. Jega - "ZX82"
  15. Shanti Celeste - "Strung Up"
  16. Bitstream - "Incubator"
  17. Bruce - "Sweat"
  18. Convextion - "Niche"
  19. Karen Gwyer - "Hippie Fracca"
  20. Thomas Ankersmit & Valerio Tricoli - "Plague #7"
  21. Walter Brown - "Keep On Walkin'"
  22. Yves Tumor - "The Feeling When You Walk Away"
  23. Max Loderbauer - "Giant Hug"
  24. Speng Bond - "Cutbacks"
Review: Soon, Fabric's impeccable mix series will reach its 100th installment - an impressive achievement in anyone's book. This 92nd volume comes from rising star Call Super, who joins the dots between all manner of tasty house and techno treats - some left-of-centre and quirky, others simply wonky and picturesque - over the course of 80 hugely entertaining minutes. According to the producer, it's designed for the break of dawn, rather than peak-time, a fact reflected in the presence of dreamy, loose, fuzzy and melodious tracks from the likes of Carl Craig, Speng Bond, Max Loderbauer, Shanti Celeste and Dresvn.
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 in stock $5.33
Cat: FSRCD 127. Rel: 29 Nov 18
Soul
  1. The Bamboos - "Golden Ticket"
  2. Lance Ferguson's Rare Groove Spectrum - "Smokey Joe's La La"
  3. The Mighty Ryeders - "Evil Vibrations"
  4. Matador! Soul Sounds - "Too Late"
  5. Grupo Magnetico - "Papa Was A Rolling Stone"
  6. The Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio - "Ain't It Funky Now"
  7. Michelle David & The Gospel Sessions - "Gonna Be Alright"
  8. Mestizo Beat - "Featherbed Lane"
  9. Smoove & Turrell - "You're Gone" (feat Izo FitzRoy)
  10. Kizzy Crawford - "Progression"
  11. Chip Wickham - "Rebel No 23"
  12. The Lewis Express - "Brother Move On"
  13. Courtney Pine - "Rules" (feat Omar)
  14. Brian Auger's Oblivion Express - "Foolish Girl" (feat Alex Ligertwood)
  15. The New Mastersounds - "Tantalus"
  16. The Getup - "Hush"
  17. Orquesta Akokan - "Mambo Rapidito"
  18. Gizelle Smith - "Scared Of Something"
  19. Menagerie - "Spiral"
Review: Craig Charles' annual "Funk & Soul Club" compilations are fast becoming as much of a Christmas tradition as turkey, dodgy decorations and ill-advised snogs at office parties. As with its predecessor, this sixth volume does a good job in showcasing the best in modern funk, soul, Afrobeat and heavy Latin jams, with a few stone cold classics thrown in (see the Mighty Ryeders' peerless "Evil Vibrations"). Look out for deep and heavy funk gems from the Bamboos, the New Mastersounds and Lance Ferguson's Rare Groove Spectrum, some suitably smooth fare from Courtney Pine and Omar, a scintillating, salsa-focused cover of "Papa Was a Rolling Stone" by Scotland's Grupo Magnetico, and a dash of dancefloor goodness from funk breaks scene stalwarts Smoove and Turrell.
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 in stock $8.37
Cat: XDUSTCD 11. Rel: 12 Apr 19
Electro House
  1. Eve Of Destruction
  2. Bango
  3. No Geography
  4. Got To Keep On
  5. Gravity Drops
  6. The Universe Sent Me
  7. We've Got To Try
  8. Free Yourself
  9. MAH
  10. Catch Me I'm Falling
Review: The Chemical Brothers are back with their 10th studio album (mixes and soundtracks not withstanding), and they're sounding especially fired up. The widescreen stadium psychedelia they've made their own spills out in abundance across "No Geography", but it's also matched with a feverish energy. The more up-tempo tracks, like "Gravity Drops" and "Eve Of Destruction", spit and snarl with the best of their classic, down and dirty dancefloor material, but there's plenty of space for the starry eyed songwriting they've made their own in more recent times. Just cop "The Universe Sent Me" and be immediately transported to a festival field, where you'll no doubt be catching The Bro's this summer.
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 in stock $9.73
Ma Fleur (CD)
Cat: ZENCD 122. Rel: 05 May 07
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. To Build A Home
  2. Familiar Ground
  3. That Home
  4. Child Song
  5. Music Box
  6. Ma Fleur
  7. Prelude
  8. As The Stars Fall
  9. Into You
  10. Breathe
  11. Time & Space
Review: "Ma Fleur" is the first full studio album by Jason Swinscoe's Cinematic Orchestra since 2002's "Everyday". The record was written as the soundtrack to a specially commissioned screenplay for an imagined film (which may or may not be made). Shortly after finishing "Everyday", a piece of music which achieved great critical and commercial success, Jason Swinscoe relocated from East London to Paris. Here he began work on the instrumentals which would form the basis of his new record - more moods than finished tracks, a series of sketches or diagrams of directions to follow. Having completed a rough version by early 2005, he gave this to a friend who disappeared for three weeks and came back with short story scripts in which each scene represented a story of a different time in life, expressing the emotions which underpin the journey from birth to death. Jason then took this and worked some more on the tracks, and in turn gave this back to his scriptwriter, the two aspects of the project developing alongside one another. Gradually, Swinscoe recruited suitable vocalists for the atmospheres and themes he wanted to deal with. The remarkable Fontella Bass, who is now sadly in frail health, is the woman behind both legendary soul number "Rescue Me" as well as some of the Art Ensemble of Chicago's finest moments, had worked on "Everyday" and was an obvious choice to voice the parts of the elderly protagonist that Swinscoe envisaged. Mercury-nominated Lou Rhodes is not only a fantastic singer but a young mother and so perfect for the "mid-life" singer. The as-yet unheralded Patrick Watson, a remarkable vocalist from Montreal, became the youngest of the trio.
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 in stock $7.14
Cat: THROT 2CD. Rel: 02 Aug 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Forebode Pluck
  2. Simple Homecoming Loop
  3. Bench
  4. Kiri's Glee
  5. Coffin Knocker
  6. Forebode Knocker
  7. Yarraville Bird Phone
  8. Primary Pluck
  9. Flask/Abyss
  10. Tobi Thwarted
  11. Cannibal Homecoming
  12. Banished Hymnal
  13. Banished Cannibal
  14. Goodnight Kiri
Review: UK experimentalist Chris Clark presents his tenth long-player, and the first not to be released by the mighty Warp. Across the album's 14 tracks he explores a range of downtempo territories, from neo-classical pieces like 'Simple Homecoming Loop' to brooding electro-folk ('Coffin Knocker') to straight-up ambience ('Banished Hymnal'). It's fair to say Clark's work is something of an acquired taste, being much more about sound (and sound design) than it is about rhythm or melody, but a discography as long as his doesn't lie and existing fans will lap this up, even if it's unlikely to convert many new ones.
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Stronger (CD)
Cat: LR 09619. Rel: 08 Aug 19
Soul
  1. Stronger (feat D-Train)
  2. Love The Way You Fly (feat Seest)
  3. Queen Sugar (feat Jasmine Franklin)
  4. Skintight (feat Rachel Matthews)
  5. Save Your Love (feat Boogie Back & David A Tobin)
  6. Sexability (feat Kevin East)
  7. Slow Burn Love (feat D Train)
  8. No Matter What (feat Yolanda Lavender)
  9. Keep On (feat Matthew Winchester)
  10. Come Back Home (feat David A Tobin)
  11. Share The Light (feat Janus Soliand)
  12. Your Move (feat Sophie Ripley)
  13. Summer Rain (feat Faye B)
Review: Over 10 years deep and sounding Stronger than ever (not sorry) Cool Million return with their fifth album and it's delicious in all directions. Still smacking with that powerful early 80s soul, boogie and RnB blend, still packing heavyweight vocalists, still stacking serious levels of musicianship, Stronger runs the gamut. From juicy feet-tickling boogie ("Stronger", "Keep On") to sultry ballads ("Share The Light") and steamy soul jams ("Come Back Home") with killer vocals from the likes of the legendary D-Train plus Janus Soliand, Jasmine Franklin and David A Tobin, "Stronger" is one of the Danish/German duo's most accomplished albums to date.
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 in stock $10.65
Cat: MESH 014CD. Rel: 19 Sep 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Incompleteness
  2. Hope
  3. Phi
  4. Rule 110
  5. Reciprocity
  6. Emptyset
  7. Volition (feat Wilderthorn)
  8. Platonic
  9. Identity
  10. Reflex
  11. Lovesong
  12. Memories
Review: During the recording of One Hundred Billion Sparks, his first album for two years, Max Cooper did a lot of thinking. Developed concurrently with a new live show, he says every track on the 12-track set was written "as a score to a virtual story stemming from this system of one-hundred billion sparking neurons which create us". The resultant music is naturally widescreen and epic in tone, with early electronic "movements" - think neo-classical minded ambient soundscapes - slowly making way for more immersive, beat-driven dancefloor fare as the album progresses. It's an approach that pays dividends time and again, whether on the delicately spacey and cinematic beauty of standout ambient cut "Reciprocity", or the more rhythmic pulse of "Emptyset" and the shuffling IDM bliss of "Platonic".
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Played by: Indian Wells
 in stock $9.89
Cat: SIL 007CD. Rel: 15 Feb 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Back At Ringside
  2. Face Off
  3. Iron Claw
  4. Czarrcade '87
  5. Powers & Stuff
  6. Masked Superstars
  7. Morning Ritual
  8. Super Soldier Serum
  9. The King Heard Voices
  10. Listen To The Color
  11. Mongolian Beef
  12. Post Credits Scene
Review: The unstoppable force of Czarface is back yet again with another heavyweight hip hop assault. This time around the super group of Wu Tang's Inspectah Deck and 7L & Esoteric are joined by the mighty Ghostface Killah - as you'd expect the results are big. The beats are wild, with the sample sources veering from Hammer horror dread to cosmic synth wobbles and dubbed out bass, as hard rocking as it is trippy and loose. Meanwhile the lyrical flows are razor sharp, with Esoteric, Inspectah and Ghostface all sparring at the top of their game. This is deadly modern hip hop that recognises what made the golden era special without cashing in on old tricks.
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 in stock $9.38
Cat: SUCTION 045. Rel: 30 Jul 18
Electro
  1. Main Theme
  2. Somewhere In Time
  3. Ro-Hn
  4. Scrakt
  5. Diagram XI
  6. Diagram VII
  7. Diagram VII (80s mix)
  8. Callying Sybil
  9. AOM*2
  10. Qabbalah
  11. Diagram V
  12. Diagram IX
  13. Diagram XXIII
  14. Wane (reprise)
Review: Earlier this year, Italian electronica veterans Fabrizio and Marco D'Arcangelo returned to action with a 12" on Happy Skull that marked their first new material for three years. We're told there's more to come, but here they revisit their past, delivering a compilation that includes their sought-after 1996 debut EP for Rephlex in its entirety, plus two fresh cuts (opener "Main Theme" and closer "Wane (Reprise)" and a swathe of tracks recorded in the late '90s for an aborted follow-up to their lauded first 12". Heavily influenced by Aphex Twin, industrial techno, twisted ambient and what would later become known as "Braindance", the material remains breathlessly imaginative and otherworldly all these years on. If anything, it's a master class in cutting edge electronica.
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 in stock $9.12
Cat: BLACKESTCD 015. Rel: 28 Oct 16
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Italian Cinema
  2. Fast Moving Cars
  3. DB Rip
  4. What You Gonna Do Now?
  5. Dry In The Rain
  6. You Know What It's Like
  7. Dragon Breath
  8. The Same Reply
Review: Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Carla Dal Forno was once a member of a number of legendary Australian outfits. These days, the Melbournian resides in Berlin, which is presumably where she met Blackest Ever Black boss Kiran Sande. He loved her clandestine, atmospheric take on pop - think minimal wave, cold-wave and early Joy Division mixed with contemporary ambience, and leftfield synth-pop - and has decided to put out this debut album. Comprised of four songs and four instrumentals, You Know What It's Like has a timeless feel; the folksy, Scott Walker-influenced "Dry In The Rain", for example, sounds like it could have been recorded at any point over the last 40 years, while "Dragon Breath" has a genuine Radiophonic Workshop feel.
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 in stock $10.40
Cat: RAD 452CD. Rel: 29 Mar 19
Jazz
  1. O-Edo Nihonbashi
  2. Bushido II
  3. Ryugu-Jo
  4. Isan
  5. Shitenno
  6. Mizugaki (reprise)
  7. The Silk Road
  8. Mirai No Rekishi
Review: Although Kiwi keys-man Mark de Clive-Lowe is currently a producer and session musician in demand, he still somehow finds time to pursue a solo career. Earlier in the year he delivered the contemporary jazz/jazz-funk classic in waiting "Heritage", and here we're treated to its sequel (or, more accurately given the short gap between sets, companion album). It's another belter, with highlights including the outer-space jazz/live drum and bass fusion of "Bushido II", the string-laden dreaminess of "Ryugu-Jo", the atmospheric Jap-Jazz epic "Shitenno" and the slick downtempo jazz-funk warmth of "Mirai No Rekishi".
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 in stock $13.95
Cat: LOVE 105. Rel: 23 Feb 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Curzon
  2. Animal Style
  3. Hardnoise
  4. Blue
  5. FullEdge (eMpTy-40 mix)
  6. Sourcer
  7. Airborne Latency
  8. Fridge Challenge
  9. Overstaying
Review: Since Demdike Stare released their last album in 2012, the world seems to have got altogether darker and more shocking. It certainly seems a fitting time for the Lancastrian duo to return with their sixth full length. Wonderland naturally boasts a number of typically clandestine, pagan outings - see the dense, industrial influenced "Curzon", fearlessly distorted "Hardnoise" and mutant jungle fuzziness of "Sourcer" - but also moments of frenzied funk and quiet contemplation. In the latter category you'll find sublime album closer "Overstaying", where shimmering synth melodies and ghostly chords rub shoulders with elastic bass and skittish drum machine percussion. However dark and bleak things may seem, there's always hope, even in the intensely unsettling world of Demdike Stare.
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DJ MOONER/VARIOUS
Cat: COMP 239-2. Rel: 27 Nov 06
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. The Rah Band - "Electric Fling"
  2. Clive Stevens/Brainchild - "Mystery Man" (remix)
  3. Love International - "Dance On The Groove (& Do The Funk)"
  4. Doctor's Cat - "Crash" (Monner's edit)
  5. Heaven 17 - "I'm Your Money"
  6. Logic Sytem - "Clash (Chinjyu Of Sun)"
  7. Memory Control One (MC 1) - "Basic"
  8. Peru - "Oriental"
  9. Eloy - "Horizons"
  10. Chris & Cosey - "This Is Me"
  11. Chocolate Star - "The Pop"
Review: In the 1980s, Compost's Michael Reinboth was co-editor of the fanzine "Elaste" which won several awards. Now it returns as a compilation series. Vol 1, compiled by DJ Mooner, is all about the Cosmic disco sound of the 80s.
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5 (CD)
Cat: DJEB 00CD. Rel: 17 Nov 16
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Intro (Heartbeat) (2:00)
  2. Flamingo (2:00)
  3. Nineties Playground (2:00)
  4. Mister Bastard (2:00)
  5. Heartgroover (2:00)
  6. D.B Cooper (2:00)
  7. The Other Night (2:00)
  8. God's Dreams (2:00)
  9. Ideal Dawn (2:00)
  10. Passions (2:00)
  11. Seven Blessings (2:00)
  12. Suzaku (feat John Dimas) (2:00)
Review: Given his prolific nature, it's perhaps surprising to find that 5 is actually Medhi Djebali's debut album. The title was apparently chosen as both a nod to the fifth anniversary of his self-titled label, and as a reflection of the number of months it took the Parisian to record it. As you might expect, it's an enjoyable collection of largely club-friendly cuts, with Djebali offering nods towards Robsoul style tech-house ("Nineties Playground", "Mister Bastard"), spacey ambience ("Heartgroover", "The Other Night"), acid (the funk-fuelled "D.B Cooper", "God's Dreams"), and warm, early morning deep house ("Seven Blessings", "Ideal Dawn"). To round things off, he also includes a head-nodding chunk of dreamy instrumental hip-hop (John Dimas collaboration "Suzaku").
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 in stock $14.96
Cat: KOOKYDISC 25CD. Rel: 15 Mar 07
Indie
  1. Birthday Present
  2. Dig A Hole
  3. Mama & Papa
  4. In The City
  5. The Best Dream
  6. The End Of The Journey
  7. Gor Loretta
  8. New Order Tribute
  9. I B Yours (version)
  10. Natural Mystics
  11. Drinking Time (version)
  12. Trust The Art Not The Artist
  13. Fate
  14. For Danny
Review: The Durutti Column is Vini Reilly and Bruce Mitchell. In a career spanning the past four decades, and over 25 albums, they have written and performed as one of Manchester's most influential and prolific acts from their beginnings as Factory Records first signing to their fifth and latest album release on Kooky. "Sporadic Three" is the third in a series of special collections some 16 years since the original "Sporadic Recordings". As highlighted over his long and illustrious career, Vini Reilly is a prolific songwriter. Ideas and tracks just fly from Vini, and he's currently in the form of his life. Unfortunately, most of these tracks, or initial versions of songs, never make it to final release. The basic idea then behind The Sporadic Recordings series is to release material that never makes it onto studio albums. This collection follows the same premise and contains new and exclusive tracks, outtakes, versions, and home demos. Reilly's off cuts contain more ideas than most of us have over the course of a lifetime. A key interest for Durutti Column fans lies around the listener being able to hear a re-work, adaptation or different instrumentation used by Reilly as he regularly re-visits music from the past. The music of The Durutti Column has been commissioned for films such as "Jerry Maguire" and "Requiem Again", in addition to various works for television.
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 in stock $8.63
DVS1/VARIOUS
Fabric 96 (mixed CD)
Cat: FABRIC 191. Rel: 08 Dec 17
Techno
  1. Unknown Artist - "For All Mankind"
  2. Gabriella Vergilov - "Boring Shit"
  3. Kirill Mamin - "Silent Prayer"
  4. Border One - "Curve"
  5. DOUBT - "Just Pain"
  6. DJ Surgeles - "Absorbed"
  7. Mike Storm - "From The Human Eye To Earth"
  8. Sirko Muller - "Our Blood"
  9. Steffi - "1E-4"
  10. Psyk - "Falling"
  11. Neel - "The Vancori Complex"
  12. Planetary Assault Systems - "Fathoms Deep"
  13. Oscar Mulero - "Drops"
  14. Jeff Mills - "Fly Guy"
  15. Maan - "Vert"
  16. Steve Bicknell - "Space 13"
  17. Dustin Zahn - "Politics Of Seduction"
  18. Mike Gervais - "Set Me Free"
  19. Adriana Lopez - "Last Path"
  20. Truncate - "Pseudo V2"
  21. ROD - "Duchi Kaal"
  22. Kirill Mamin - "Dunning-Kruger Effect"
  23. Mark Broom - "Drum Jamz 2"
  24. Henning Baer - "Code Buster"
  25. Lando - "Ceremony"
  26. Strain - "Theory"
  27. D-56m - "Question Authority"
  28. Anthony Rother - "Technic Electric"
  29. Jeff Mills - "The Dancer"
Review: Zak Khutoresky AKA DVS1 famously doesn't do many mixes. It's perhaps unsurprising, then, that he apparently initially struggled to know how to approach this contribution to Fabric's now legendary mix series. Really, he shouldn't have worried. The finished mix - completed using three turntables and a mixer - is something of a gem; an all-action techno assault on the senses with Khutoresky whipping through 29 tracks in less than 80 minutes. Impressively, every track is an unreleased exclusive, with some 16 of these forthcoming on the DJ/producer's HUSH and Mistress labels. In many ways, it's a near perfect package for those who enjoy Khutoresky's muscular style; certainly, the inclusion of so many unheard gems makes the first listen a genuine voyage of discovery.
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Serenade (2xCD)
Cat: 744011 5. Rel: 05 Feb 18
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Serenade (Movement I)
  2. Maan
  3. Biscarrosse
  4. Nightingale
  5. Marin
  6. Seesaw
  7. Nordkapp
  8. Cenote (Movement II)
  9. Nob Hill
  10. Prana
  11. Ayana
  12. Precious
Review: On his latest long player - his first for three years, fact fans - Berlin-based tech-house producer Samuel Kindermann has attempted to fuse electronic music with the sweeping strings and considered compositions of classical music. To this end, he's spit the resulting tracks into two classical-style "movements". Disc one contains the club-focused material ("Movement 1"), a melodious an attractive selection of positive dancefloor tracks rich in joyously tuneful motifs, glistening electronics and soaring orchestration. He flips the script on disc two, showcasing the dowtempo side of his personality for the first time. Here, you'll hear deep space ambient, warm and woozy IDM and a clutch of inspired, neo-classical inspired soundscapes.
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 in stock $17.50
EMI
Cat: LCDSTUMM 285. Rel: 19 May 07
Pop
  1. Sunday Girl
  2. I Could Fall In Love With You
  3. Sucker For Love
  4. Storm In A Teacup
  5. Fly Away
  6. Golden Heart
  7. How My Eyes Adore You
  8. Darlene
  9. When A Lover Leaves You
  10. Glass Angel
  11. Be My Babay
  12. I Don't Know Why
Review: The most recent release in an incredibly fertile and prolific period, "Light At The End Of The World" proves Erasure's creative vitality, musical influence and cultural relevance is just nearing it's peak more than twenty years and twenty million albums into their historic collaboration. This album is a potent return to the classic, totally electronic Erasure.
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 in stock $6.08
Cat: ETJ 006CD. Rel: 25 Apr 19
Jazz
  1. Space Is The Place (reprise)
  2. Why You Mad?
  3. Red Whine
  4. Quest For Coin
  5. Reason In Disguise (feat Jorja Smith)
  6. What Am I To Do? (feat Loyle Carner)
  7. Chris & Jane
  8. People Saved
  9. Philosopher II
  10. Sao Paulo
  11. King Of The Jungle
  12. You Can't Steal My Joy
  13. Shakara (feat Kokoroko)
Review: London's contemporary jazz scene is so strong right now that there's not a week that passes without the release of a killer new album from one of its leading protagonists. The latest comes from Ezra Collective, which finally delivers its' debut album following a string of inspired live performances and a handful of must-have singles. Kicking off with a breezy chunk of hip-hop-jazz, "You Can't Steal My Joy" sees the hyped five-piece confidently bounce between intense, spiraling epics ("Why You Mad?"), reggae-influenced aural sunshine ("Red Whine"), polyrhythmic Afro-jazz ("Quest For Coin"), bespoke soul (Jorja Smith hook-up "Reason In Disguise"), live boom-bap hip-hop (Loyle Carner collaboration "What Am I To Do"), bustling Afro-Cuban jazz ("Chris & Jane"), picturesque piano pieces ("Philosopher II") and much more besides. As debuts go, it's mighty impressive.
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Played by: Vito lalinga
 in stock $8.10
30 Years Of Rage (unmixed 2xCD)
Cat: RAGECD 1. Rel: 21 Jun 19
Breakbeat
  1. Leftfield - "Not Forgotten" (dub mix)
  2. Lennie De Ice - "We Are IE"
  3. Zero B - "Lock Up" (2012 Remaster)
  4. Wots My Code - "Dubplate"
  5. Foul Play - "Being With You"
  6. Fallout - "The Morning After" (Sunrise mix)
  7. Rhythim Is Rhythim - "Emanon"
  8. Cybersonik - "Technarchy"
  9. Frankie Bones - "Just As Long As I Got You"
  10. Ecstasy Club - "Jesus Loves The Acid"
  11. Nightmares On Wax - "Aftermath"
  12. Juno - "Soul Thunder"
  13. 33 1/3 Queen - "Searchin'"
  14. Q-Project - "Champion Sound" (Alliance remix)
  15. Tronikhouse - "Straight Outta Hell" (Hellbound mix)
  16. Yennek - "Serena X" (Innerzone mix)
  17. Richie Rich - "Salsa House"
  18. Debbie Malone - "Rescue Me" (club mix)
  19. Neon - "Don't Mess With This Beat" (instrumental mix)
  20. The Future Sound Of London - "Papua New Guinea"
  21. De-Lite - "Wild Times" (Mayday mix)
  22. D-Mob - "That's The Way Of The World" (feat Cathy Dennis)
  23. Top Buzz - "Living In Darkness"
  24. Brainkillers - "Screwface"
  25. Tic Tac Toe - "Ephemerol"
  26. Ability II - "Pressure Dub"
  27. Awesome 3 - "Don't Go"
Review: To mark the passing of three decades since they became resident DJs at weekly club night Rage, Fabio and Grooverider have put together this killer collection of tunes that not only rocked the party, but also laid the foundations for the jungle revolution that followed. It's a fine collection, with the veteran D&B duo serving up deep early progressive house (Leftfield), weighty bleep and bass (Ability II's peerless "Pressure Dub" and Juno's "Soul Thunder"), breakbeat-driven hardcore smashers (Zero B, Frankie Bones), early jungle (Wots My Code, Foul Play), slamming techno (Rhythim Is Rhythim, Cybersonik), UK acid house (Ecstasy Club) and rush-inducing rave anthems (Awesome 3, Lennie De Ice). A nostalgic trip down memory lone that boasts just as many underground selections as it does chart-bothering classics.
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Las Pale (CD)
Cat: STRUT 195CD. Rel: 30 Nov 18
International
  1. Las Pale
  2. Kwen Pe Ke Pe
  3. La Guadeloupe
  4. Mwen Ke Rive
  5. Gade
  6. Pou Lanmou
Review: Thanks to an upsurge in interest in zouk, the synthesizer-heavy tropical style that emerged from the French Antilles in the early 1980s, reissues of superb but hard to find gems from the style's original heyday are becoming increasingly popular. This one from Strut Records is a peach. Originally released in 1988, "Las Pale" is the sole album from Feeling Kreyol, a female trio from Guadeloupe assembled and produced by local studio buffs Darius Denon and Frankie Brumier. It remains a brilliantly effervescent and colourful set, with the trio adding strong and attractive to distinctively tropical drum machine rhythms, shimmering synths, kaleidoscopic melodies and jangling guitars. In other words, it's a giddy blast of electronic tropical brilliance. Don't sleep.
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 in stock $8.30
Cat: RE 1CD. Rel: 30 Jun 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Mojave Desert
  2. Silurian Blue
  3. Kites
  4. Kelso Dunes
  5. Lucerne Valley
  6. Reflections: Mojave Desert (DVD)
Review: Since releasing his first Floating Points record back in 2009, Sam Shepherd has constantly surprised. Predictably, he's done it again with Reflections: Mojave Desert, an album created from impromptu recordings of his live band made during a visit to Joshua Tree National Park. Inspired by their surroundings and the natural environment, Shepherd's ensemble have created a five-track set - and accompanying Super 8 film, shot and edited by the band's traveling visual artist - that's as atmospheric as anything the producer has released to date. While a unique proposition with its own distinctive vibe, the tracks variously touch on ambient, new age, spiritual jazz, woozy electronica, post-rock and the kind of Stockhausen-inspired experimentalism explored on Ragnar Grippe's recently reissued "Sand".
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 in stock $7.74
Cat: SUBWAXFXCD 02. Rel: 08 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Regional Shift
  2. Uncontained
  3. Hordes Descent
  4. Safe Harbour
  5. Tortile
  6. Gradual Approach
  7. Autonomous
  8. Variant (CD version)
  9. Contact
Review: Fluxion's Vibrant Forms series was launched by Basic Channel offshoot Chain Reaction at the tail end of the '90s, and gathered together previously vinyl-only cuts and previously unreleased tracks. On this third volume, the Greek producer has decided to take a different approach. In his words, this is a "proper album" rather than a compilation. It's typically atmospheric and immersive, offering up tracks that nestle somewhere between minimal techno hypnotism, smoker-friendly dub techno, and deliciously spaced out ambient dub. Rhythmically, it's a little more eclectic and mixed-up than we've come to expect, but his core values - use of space, tape delay and lo-fi aural textures - remain in tact throughout.
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 in stock $10.40
Cat: CADCD 08. Rel: 03 Mar 11
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. One Fine Solstice
  2. Allen Town Jail
  3. Cryin'
  4. Back Into The Deep
  5. Rising...
  6. Red Tide
  7. Lunar Phaser
  8. Cinemascopique
  9. Ostalgia
  10. Serenade Des Excentrique
  11. Wasting Time
Review: What really impresses about Meteorology, the third album from post minimal adventurer Daniel 'Frivolous' Gardner, is its cheeky playfulness. Sure, there's a minimal-ish swing to the beats and liberal use of crackly noises, but these are offset by deliciously melodic bounce, a wonderful sense of adventure and even the odd nod to jazz. Gardner regularly gets on the mic to add his own bittersweet vocals (see the swirling noughties jazz-house of "Red Tide"), and thinks nothing of offering up both Nicolas Jaar-ish experimentation ("One Fine Solstice", "Lunar Phaser") and global dancefloor fusions (the tango-techno of "Cinemascopique", chiming "Olstagia" and thrilling "Serenades Des Excentriques"). It makes for an album that entertains and exceeds expectations throughout.



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