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Peter & The Wolf (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: MOVCL 011. Rel: 28 Oct 14
Soundtracks
  1. Peter & The Wolf, Op 67 (27:11)
  2. Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra, Op 34 (17:12)
Review: This recording of the Philadelphia Orchestra performing Sergei Prokofiev's 1936 story and orchestral score Peter and the Wolf was recorded in 1977 and was originally released in 1978. The role of the narrator on the recording was initially offered to both Peter Ustinov and Alec Guinness who both turned it down, before David Bowie agreed to take on the role, supposedly as a Christmas present to his son. On the B-side is another equally as charming piece of recent classical history, Benjamin Britten's Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra as narrated by Hugh Downs.
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Concrete Desert (gatefold heavyweight coloured vinyl 2xLP + 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 239. Rel: 15 Jun 17
Ambient/Drone
  1. Gasoline (4:57)
  2. Agoraphobia (5:07)
  3. Snakes Vs Rats (5:01)
  4. City Of Fallen Angels (6:02)
  5. American Dream (10:04)
  6. Broke (5:01)
  7. Don't Walk These Streets (6:22)
  8. Other Side Of The World (5:44)
  9. Hell A (4:14)
  10. Concrete Desert (14:30)
  11. Dog (feat JK Flesh) (6:49)
  12. Pray (feat JK Flesh) (6:46)
  13. Another Planet (14:56)
Review: If there's one collaboration that we have bowed down to over the last few years, it's most certainly this new found friendship between London's Kevin Martin aka The Bug, and American doom metal guitarists, Earth. One wouldn't immediately make the connection between inner-city future-grime music and suburban stoner rock, but the two styles were in perfect unison, and this is because they're both fascinated with dark, looming clouds of bass. Whether that's through virtual synths or badass bass guitars, it doesn't matter, because the mood is mightily present. Concrete Desert is the alliance's debut LP, and it's all guns blazing from start to finish; tunes like "Snakes vs Rats" or "Metal Drone" represent exactly the sort of freshen-up that each respective act needed - on the one hand, The Bug could have done with some more external influences to the melodic constructions, while Earth needed a new framework to enter the minds of a new, European audience. We've dubbed this style 'metal drone', and we're pretty sure that it's gonna stick after you've played it out for a few minutes. A blinding collab, right here.
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Green Space (2xLP + 7")
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 92. Rel: 23 Jul 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Hello Baby (1:18)
  2. Carbon Date (4:08)
  3. In The Park (4:22)
  4. Way Uptown (3:48)
  5. Batucada (6:44)
  6. Berlina (5:08)
  7. Dancin' Music (2:02)
  8. Bad Words (feat Mister Joshooa) (6:12)
  9. Listen (1:42)
  10. An Der Wedding (3:55)
  11. 842 Colours (feat Hrdvsion - Eddie C Elektro Funk remix) (3:42)
  12. Musli Funk (3:45)
Review: Three years on from his last acclaimed outing on Endless Flight, Berlin-based Canadian Eddie C returns to the Japanese label with another high quality full-length excursion. Those who've followed his career over the last six or seven years will feel at home straight away. Opener "Hello baby" is a quirky, break-driven head-nodder rich in dub disco bass and quirky samples, while the cut that follows, "Carbon Date", offers a deeper and more spacey take on the same heady blueprint. From then on its' a loved-up, saucer-eyed jaunt through laidback Balearic disco grooves ("In The Park"), spaced-out punk-funk ("Way Uptown"), percussion-packed Latin beats ("Batacuda"), bustling breakbeat house ("Berlina"), warped digital dub ("Dancin' Music") and spaced-out broken beat ("Listen"). In a word: superb.
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Phlox (2xLP)
Cat: PRGLP 006. Rel: 02 Apr 14
Techno
  1. Blissfully Unaware
  2. Survivors Of The Pulse (with Dino Sabatini)
  3. Receptor
  4. Distant
  5. Circling
  6. Phlox (intro)
  7. Phlox
  8. Downside
  9. Bauer (reprise)
  10. The Passing
Review: Scottish producer Tony Scott graces Prologue for the first time with a debut album under the Edit Select guise - now as established a name as his old Percy X work was. The Munich label is cultivating quite the reputation for techno album projects, with excellent longplayers from Mike Parker, Echologist, Dino Sabatini and of course Voices From The Lake in recent times and we can add Phlox to that pile. The Scotsman's collection of mesmerising and sometimes big-room techno productions is a perfect match for the Prologue aesthetic, pitched perfectly between moments of emotional ambience and "hypnotic monsters for the dance floor". Look out for a new rendition of "Bauer", which appeared on the Berghain 03 Mix CD and the Dino Sabatini collaboration "Survivors Of The Pulse".
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Violence (trifold heavyweight red vinyl LP + inserts + MP3 download code)
Cat: PIASR 1020LPX. Rel: 09 Mar 18
Indie
  1. Cold (3:39)
  2. Hallelujah (So Low) (3:52)
  3. Violence (6:07)
  4. Darkness At The Door (4:21)
  5. Nothingness (5:04)
  6. Magazine (3:57)
  7. No Sound But The Wind (4:24)
  8. Counting Spooks (5:35)
  9. Belong (6:01)
Review: For their sixth full length album 'Violence', melancholic Birmingham alt-rockers Editors have adopted a grander synth-pop sound to frame their typically dark songwriting in. This change in direction comes from collaborating with the album's producer Leo Abraham and composer Blank Mass, who helped the band hone their electronic craft. The songwriting pairs grandiose stadium riffs with assertive synth-work; 'Hallelujah (So Low)' goes straight for the jugular with fat synth leads and lo-fi drums, and the chorus of lead single 'Magazine' balances sections of punchy electronic swagger with singalong melodic euphoria. On 'No Sound But The Wind', there's a glimpse of an earlier Editors sound, more atmospheric and spacious than the tracks that surround it - unsurprising as it's a song the band first debuted back at Glastonbury 2008 and have been re-working since. Following 2015's somewhat confused 'In Dream', Editors sound reinvigorated and confident in the direction 'Violence' is taking them in.
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1984 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: DMSR 1984. Rel: 19 Feb 16
Electro
  1. Into The Future (6:26)
  2. Killin' It (4:12)
  3. Seduced (4:13)
  4. Belly Dance (4:37)
  5. She's So Freaky (4:47)
  6. Dance 2 My Beat (6:11)
  7. Popper's Anthem (5:02)
  8. Got To Get It (3:46)
  9. PELF (6:59)
  10. Freaky Deaky Machine (5:23)
  11. Zombies (3:31)
  12. Perfection (4:05)
Review: We knew that Egyptian Lover had had a revival of sorts over the last five or so years, but we really weren't expecting an album of new material from the man, and as soon as this dropped onto our laps, we just had to throw it onto the HQ turntable. More than thirty years might have passed, but Greg Broussard is still doing what he does best, that is to release gnarly, off-the-chain electro with a Far-Eastern edge. Featuring twelve tracks of instant dance delight, the Lover develops his '80s sound further by stripping the grooves back further, and letting the beats do the majority of the talking. There are, of course, the inevitable bursts of vocoder voices, but unlike other artists, Broussard manages to make them sound fresh and compelling, utterly fun and cutting-edge. Highly recommended!
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Cat: DMSR 223LP. Rel: 23 Feb 06
Electro
  1. Party
  2. Dance Floor
  3. Keep It Hot
  4. Soiree At The Shindig
  5. Sintropolis
  6. Dance Erotic
  7. Throw It Back
  8. Picturesque
  9. Move Your Body
  10. The 808
  11. Do Your Thang
  12. Ooo Baby Dance
Review: Guess who's back to drop the original flavour of his west coast electro styles. 'Platinum Pyramids' will entice the ears of new & old fans of Egyptian Lover. It's been over 10 years since this great has dropped a full length record.
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  1. Rmani Rih (9:44)
  2. Zifaf Filfada (4:26)
  3. Khallani Ghriba (5:47)
  4. Musika Munreal (4:24)
  5. Twahachna Klamak (9:15)
  6. Raksatoun Fillail (4:37)
Review: First issue of this previously unreleased Oriental psych monster from the 'organ king of Casablanca and second part of Abdou El Omari's Nuits-trilogy combining traditional rhythms with spaced out modern sounds. This album contains heavenly compositions for the Moroccan diva Najma Samih and some moody instrumentals in a similar vein to the first album. A very curious mixture of traditional Middle Eastern Music with lounge, and even rock music style drumming on several tracks. High quality pressing. Artwork and label design by Pieter Heytens.
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The Best Of (Deluxe Edition) (trifold heavyweight vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: 677557 1. Rel: 21 Sep 18
Indie
  1. Grounds For Divorce (3:38)
  2. Magnificent (She Says) (4:26)
  3. Lippy Kids (6:02)
  4. One Day Like This (6:38)
  5. The Bones Of You (4:37)
  6. My Sad Captains (5:57)
  7. Leaders Of The Free World (6:09)
  8. Mirrorball (5:44)
  9. Fugitive Motel (5:07)
  10. New York Morning (5:19)
  11. Great Expectations (5:00)
  12. The Birds (7:58)
  13. Scattered Black & Whites (5:24)
  14. Golden Slumbers (2:22)
  15. Any Day Now (6:15)
  16. Fly Boy Blue/Lunette (6:19)
  17. Weather To Fly (4:31)
  18. Station Approach (4:23)
  19. Switching Off (4:57)
  20. Little Fictions (8:29)
  21. This Blue World (7:12)
  22. Kindling (Fickle Flame) (feat John Grant) (3:44)
  23. Newborn (7:36)
  24. Puncture Repair (1:44)
  25. The Night Will Always Win (4:20)
  26. Starlings (5:05)
  27. The Loneliness Of A Tower Crane Driver (5:05)
  28. Dear Friends (4:57)
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Mannigfaltig (3xLP)
K7
Cat: K 7380LP. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Einstagsfliege (7:05)
  2. Zweibrutiger Schekenfalter (7:14)
  3. Dreizehenspecht (3:36)
  4. Vierfleck (6:12)
  5. Funffleck Widderchen (9:09)
  6. Sechslinien Bodeneule (8:38)
  7. Siebenschlafer (6:01)
  8. Goldene Acht (8:50)
  9. Neuntoter (7:30)
  10. Zehnpunkt Marienkafer (11:05)
  11. Elfenbein Flechtenbarchen (7:00)
  12. Zwolfpunkt Spargelkafer (4:43)
Review: While he's continued to offer up occasional singles, Bonn-based producer Dominik Eulberg has not released an album for eight years. It's for this reason that "Mannigfaltig", the former Traum Schallplatten regular's new set, is big news. Interestingly, it's nowhere near as club-focused as you'd perhaps expect, with Eulberg combining his usual glitchy, tech-house influenced beats and sounds with a range of intricate electronic motifs, sumptuous melodies and atmospheric aural textures. There are one or two club cuts, of course, but majority of the tracks bob along at a more sedate pace, with Eulberg offering up cuts that draw influence from IDM and hazy electronica. As a result, it may well be his most coherent and "listenable" album to date.
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  1. Rollercoaster (3:14)
  2. Troubled Mind (3:30)
  3. I Don't Understand Anything (4:24)
  4. Walking To You (3:30)
  5. Get Me (3:32)
  6. Missing (4:03)
  7. Two Star (4:04)
  8. We Walk The Same Line (3:59)
  9. 25th December (4:16)
  10. Disenchanted (2:03)
Review: By the time they released "Amplified Heart" in 1994, Ben Watt and Tracey Thorn had spent a decade churning out admired but relatively commercially unsuccessful "lite-jazz" albums. Then, on the back of a string of on-point club remixes (Todd Terry's chart-topping version of "Missing" included), the set surprisingly became a runaway success. To celebrate the album's 25th birthday, "Amplified Heart" has been given the audiophile reissue treatment. It suits the album's gently breezy, emotion-rich feel, with Thorn's evocative, lovelorn vocals perfectly matching Watt's sunset-friendly blend of acoustic guitars, soft-touch double bass, trip-hop style beats and Balearic-minded electronics. It remains one of the duo's greatest albums and should be in every discerning listener's collection.
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Uncharted Territories (trifold 3xLP)
Cat: LPDARE 010. Rel: 18 Jul 18
Jazz
  1. Thought On Earth (7:35)
  2. Piano - Bass - Percussion T1 (5:42)
  3. Q&A (4:35)
  4. Tenor - Percussion W2 (3:21)
  5. QT12 (6:06)
  6. Tenor - Bass W3 (2:44)
  7. QW2 (8:14)
  8. Tenor - Piano - Bass T2 (5:21)
  9. Organ - Vibes W1 (6:08)
  10. Bass - Percussion T2 (5:47)
  11. Tenor - Piano - Percussion T1 (8:37)
  12. QT13 (6:22)
  13. Tenor - Bass - Percussion T2 (4:07)
  14. Piano - Percussion W3 (5:02)
  15. QT15 (6:43)
  16. Tenor - Bass W1 (4:12)
  17. Piano - Bass - Percussion T2 (5:33)
  18. Unsteady As She Goes (5:26)
  19. Bass - Percussion T1 (5:52)
  20. QW5 (2:28)
  21. Tenor - Bass - Percussion T1 (5:16)
  22. Tenor - Bass W2 (3:44)
  23. QW1 (10:07)
Review: 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.
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Madame E (2xLP in embossed sleeve)
Cat: UNDOGMA 1. Rel: 31 Jan 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Prologue (1:35)
  2. Absolue Souveraine (5:30)
  3. Dieu Dans Le Bordel (4:26)
  4. Dame Qui Monte (4:51)
  5. Plaisir (4:50)
  6. Sous La Voute De Saint-Denis (5:04)
  7. Folle (3:26)
  8. Angelique Denudee (3:25)
  9. Les Halles (4:23)
  10. Longue Attent De La Mort (3:20)
  11. Epilogue (4:22)
Review: A stirring musical translation of Georges Bataille's 1941 novel Mademe Edwarda, composer Mirco Magnani paints 11 stark chapters that range from modern classical to more abstract electronica, each one tessellating with the last. We're ghosted through history as Ernesto Tomasini adds spectral layers of stirring falsetto textures. Taking lines and passages from the book, there's a timeless, supernatural quality that's both alarming and arresting. A genuinely unique concept.
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