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Infernality (red marbled vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HOROEX 10. Rel: 04 Jul 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Purification (2:27)
  2. Initiation (4:54)
  3. Philosophy (4:49)
  4. Meditations (5:08)
  5. Principles (4:47)
  6. Death & Rebirth (4:48)
  7. Infernality (6:05)
  8. Talismans (5:09)
  9. Symbology (5:54)
  10. Transmutation (1:24)
  11. Retribution (5:08)
  12. Summoning (6:19)
  13. Rites Of Passage (6:50)
Review: The Horo label wouldn't be complete without the mischievous industrial patterns of Pact Infernal, a mysterious artist who specialises in all things on the grey end of the scale. Infernality is the artist's second LP for the imprint and, compared to his debut CD album, this dwells on much vaster, more cinematic landscapes that remind us of Prurient's top material. The A-side, a cavernous stretch of earth that goes from "Purification" to "Meditations", has been constructed with the notion of tribalism very much front of mind, and this builds at a constant rate to reach the climax of the B-side. "Principles" heads back to the nether zone with its eerie swarms of bass, while "Infernality" drops the listener into a thick swamp of loose beats and mind-bending background effects. The second vinyl follows the same steady path to all-out doom, dipping and rising at every turn with the help of powerful bass recipes floating in mid-air. It's an album of gloom, passion, dread and euphoria, all at the same time. Excellent stuff.
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Played by: Nastia Reigel
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PL (limited transparent vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: PDONLP 002LTD. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Techno
  1. Starting Fights (with Josh Caffe )
  2. The Boombox Affair (with Bubbles Bubblesynski)
  3. Nobody Watching (with Mutado Pintado)
  4. The Music
  5. Angel Of Hell (with Arthur Baker & Alan Vega)
  6. Drum Machine
  7. Blue-Ish
  8. Cult Hero (Do You Wanna Touch Me) (with Simon Topping )
  9. Sly Is Watching
  10. (Vi-Vi) Vicious Games (with Josh Caffe )
Review: When it comes to jackin' Chicago style acid house revivalism, few can hold a candle to Paranoid London. As this long-awaited second album proves, the duo is the undisputed masters of sweaty, TB-303 driven jack-tracks and - as recent single "(Vi-Vi) Vicious Games" and LP opener "Starting Fights" prove - classic-sounding vocal cuts that recall the glory years of Fingers, Inc in the mid-to-late 1980s. Interestingly, "PL" boasts far more collaborations than we've seen from Paranoid London before, including a string of ragged club cuts blessed with evocative spoken word vocals, a thrusting acid throb-job with lead vocals by Simon Topping and a suitably twisted, machine-driven hook up with Arthur Baker and Alan Vega (the raw and weighty "Angel Of Hell").
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The New Breed (LP with obi strip + insert)
Cat: IARC 0009. Rel: 04 Jan 17
Jazz
  1. Exclusive Life (7:40)
  2. Para Ha Tay (3:47)
  3. Here Comes Ezra (4:22)
  4. Visions (0:51)
  5. Jrifted (7:46)
  6. How Fun It Is To Year Whip (4:39)
  7. Get Dressed (3:48)
  8. Cliche (4:06)
Review: While moving from his long-term home Chicago to Los Angeles a few years back, Tortoise member Jeff Parker rediscovered a swathe of old home recordings - "beat projects" built around samples of dusty old jazz tracks. These became the starting point for New Breed, his most expansive solo album for some time. Full of his usual loose and evocative jazz guitar, the set sits somewhere between lo-fi post-rock/jazz fusion, experimental hip-hop, and softly spun electronica. Regardless of style, it's a hugely evocative and entertaining collection of tracks.
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Cat: SSPD 1. Rel: 20 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Serengeti Echoes
  2. Reaction To Plastic
  3. So What Now
  4. Nefarious Stranger
  5. Brain (feat Marcellus Pittmann On Keys)
  6. Space Ghosts
  7. Summertime Is Here
  8. Violet Green
  9. Anansies Dance
Review: Parallel Dimensions was first released in 2000. Since then, this seminal LP has been reissued on numerous occasions, and it's easy to understand why. Much like the work of his Detroit compatriot, Moodymann, Parrish's early work helped to define the sound that we now refer to as 'Detroit house'. Through an intricate, soulful blend of the Motor City's infamous Motown funk sounds, Parallel Dimensions has been one of the albums to showcase a particular style of sampling, one which focusses on rhythmic concoctions and a palpable sense of the city's struggles. Don't get us wrong, this LP is very much playable on the dancefloor, but it can't possibly be reduced to being categorised as a 'dance' piece. Hip-hop, soul, funk and disco are important parts of the formula, and the house and techno nuances that do emanate from the tunes are strictly a filter for Parrish's more jazzy, musical tendencies. It's an album to get lost in, to enjoy in different scenarios, and one in which you'll find something new every time you approach it. Unmissable.
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Cardiocleptomanie (hand-numbered heavyweight blue vinyl LP)
Cat: MW 031. Rel: 14 Oct 11
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Mani Meme
  2. Take A Cigarette (Short)
  3. Lonely Guys
  4. Rendez-Vous
  5. Lits Jumeaux
  6. Little Danny
  7. Iedereen Is Zot
  8. A Million Miles
  9. Rendez-Vous (alternative)
  10. Cardiocleptomanie
  11. Squeezing
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Night City Life (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: STLKLP 006. Rel: 04 Sep 19
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Catherine Brenot - "Et Tout Est Yin Et Tout Est Yang" (club mix) (5:19)
  2. 1 Plus 1 - "Coming Up For Air" (instrumental) (5:25)
  3. Fragile - "We've Got Tonight, Boy" (6:13)
  4. Jarmaz - "Night City Life" (Disco remix) (3:55)
  5. Friend Of Mine - "Just Your Pride" (4:47)
  6. Mac & Monica - "You’re So Good To Me" (6:29)
  7. Sala & H - "Feel The Love" (4:00)
  8. Alexandra - "Fantasia (Fantasy)" (4:45)
  9. Gioia - "No Secrets" (instrumental) (7:43)
  10. Janelle - "Don't Be Shy" (dub) (6:40)
  11. Alessandro Scellino - "Dinner In The Jungle" (Erotic mix) (6:49)
  12. Brian Tatcher - "Hot Love" (instrumental dub version) (6:48)
  13. Preludio - "Mysterious Nights" (4:46)
Review: Ilan Pdahtzur is as obsessive a record digger as any of his more visible peers. His particular niche is early to mid-eighties club music, and now he gets a platform to show off his skills thanks to the Spacetalk label. "Night City Life" is about music to match that exact setting - nocturnal urban metropolises with glowing neon lights shimmering in the darkness. There's a lot to love across four sides of vinyl here, from Italo disco to steamy boogie cuts and iridescent synth jams. It will make you nostalgic for a time and place you've never experienced (at least not as perfectly as this) and no doubt get plenty of dance floors on their feet.
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Jazz Semai (remastered) (gatefold 180 gram vinyl LP + 4 page insert)
Cat: R45R 000151. Rel: 20 Dec 16
Jazz
  1. Sister (3:00)
  2. Memories (4:10)
  3. Fun (5:12)
  4. I Saw Ali (5:27)
  5. Village Road (3:49)
  6. Brother (3:08)
  7. Desires (4:47)
  8. Sounds Of Dream (5:01)
  9. Mourning (4:28)
  10. Jazz Semai (4:06)
Review: Not to get all emotional and stuff but, as some of you may already know, Jazz Semai is officially the first jazz album to get recorded in Turkey. The 1978 juggernaut is a collector's item, seemingly impossible to find in its original format, so it's kind of a big deal that Rainbow 45 have managed to find the rights and press up some new vinyl copies for us all - a true xmas present! The infamous Erol Pakcan leads on drums, Tuna Otenel resides all over the pianos, and Kudret Oztoprak delivers the bass and extra percussive wonder. Together, these three conjured what is a beautifully diverse and playful jazz LP, full of twists and corners, subtle Turkish influences, but also plenty of sounds and styles adopted from the American school of thought. All in all, it's a special and important album, both musically, historically, and politically. Don't miss it.
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Shaka Bundu (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ATFA 008LP. Rel: 19 Nov 13
Deep House
  1. Shichangani
  2. Shibandza
  3. Ndzihere Bhi
  4. Dance Khomela
  5. Shaka Bundu
  6. Zirimini
  7. Milandu Bhe
  8. Shichangani (remix)
Review: A cool piece of post-Apartheid South African pop history, and a major success for the blog-turned label Awesome Tapes From Africa. Originally re-discovered by the site in 2010, it's taken the label three years to track down Penny Penny - who is now a South African politician! Unashamed early 90s dance-informed pop music with a Shangaan twist, it's a fine balance of catchy chants, warm synth work and lush female harmonies. Completely of its time... But that's the idea. Stunning.

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  1. Do You Hear Me Talking To You? (4:04)
  2. Dreaming Our Live Away (3:36)
  3. Lonely People (4:11)
  4. Heavenly Feeling (5:23)
  5. World Full Of People (3:06)
  6. I'd Like To Stay (5:36)
  7. A Feeling Inside (4:54)
  8. A Thank You Song (4:39)
  9. Fantasies & Dreams (4:04)
Review: Some dusty-fingered diggers may be familiar with "World Full Of People", an insanely rare and suitably sought-after 1976 7" by a little-known band called Everyday People. Most thought that was their only release; in fact, they also released a full-length the same year under the People's Pleasure alias. That album is apparently even harder to find, making this first ever vinyl reissue a must-have for fans of quality funk and soul. Much of the material sits somewhere between rubbery funk, jaunty jazz-funk and storming soul, with highlights including the laidback bliss of "Heavenly Feeling" (very Idris Muhammad), the righteous, horn-heavy "World Full of People" and the seductive, synth-laden slow jam "Fantasies and Dreams".
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Scerizza (limited LP)
Cat: AR 015. Rel: 15 Apr 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Coro Di Nava (1:56)
  2. Scerizza (Parte 1) (5:11)
  3. Cocoon Star (Parte 1) (2:31)
  4. Cocoon Star (Parte 2) (4:27)
  5. La Danza Dei Pulcini (2:53)
  6. Sorpresa (5:30)
  7. Scerizza (Parte 2) (6:58)
  8. Scerizza (Parte 3) (4:24)
  9. Canzone Di Maggio (3:59)
  10. Al Contadino Non Far Sapere Quanto Sei Cretino (5:33)
  11. Sorpresa (Versione 3) (3:44)
Review: Prime diggers of obscure gems Archeo set their sights on this stunning new age curio from the late 70s. Pepe Maina released two albums in his late 70s heyday, and it's the second of these, "Scerizza", that gets a long overdue polish up. This is far from one dimensional wallpaper music - the sonic range covers choral pieces, delicate melodic meanderings, gamelan-esque refrains, Fourth World incantations and more besides. There's even some sweet synth jams to melt into, ensuring there's something for everyone to get into. Fans of Jon Hassell, Daniel Schmidt or Laraaji should sink very easily into this rich, multifaceted album.
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Cat: MRBLP 154. Rel: 06 Jun 18
International
  1. Suite Al Culto Solar - In Altepetl Tonal (3:14)
  2. Suite Al Culto Solar - Xochiyaoyoloh (5:47)
  3. Suite Al Culto Solar - Ketzalkoatl Yauh Miktlan (15:16)
  4. Ipan In Xiktli Metztli (En El Ombligo De La Luna) (21:30)
Review: Sacred Summits were the first to reissue Luis Perez's timeless Mexican hymns, back in 2014, but the diligent Mr Bongo has decided to buy the rights to press some more copies up. To us, that's only good news because we absolutely love this album. First released in 1981, it has been an almost impossible record to get a hold of on vinyl, but it absolutely SHOULD be readily available to anyone - through vast landscapes of subtle electronic manipulations and organic instrument improvisation, we are immersed in an endless world of mysticism, where each new listen will unearth something new and wonderful. What a sublime LP. Warmly recommended.
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Parallelograms (coloured vinyl LP)
Cat: SUZ 05312. Rel: 29 Nov 18
Folk/Americana
  1. Chimacum Rain (3:24)
  2. Paper Mountain Man (3:12)
  3. Dolphin (2:57)
  4. Call Of The River (3:46)
  5. Sandy Toes (2:56)
  6. Parallelograms (4:37)
  7. Hey, Who Really Cares? (2:27)
  8. Moons & Cattails (4:06)
  9. Morning Colors (4:38)
  10. Porcelain Baked-Over Cast-Iron Wedding (4:02)
  11. Delicious (4:10)
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Cat: LIVITY 024. Rel: 23 May 17
Techno
  1. Burning Sea (3:48)
  2. Under Clearing Skies (5:42)
  3. Still Early (7:00)
  4. Sheer Chance Matters (5:52)
  5. Wireframes (7:14)
  6. Slice Of Life (5:01)
  7. Further Inland (5:54)
  8. Brinks & Limits (5:09)
  9. Plateau (2:29)
Review: Stop the press! Peverelist is back in the game. This is a special announcement for various reasons; first and foremost, the mythical Bristolian hasn't been all too active on out charts as of late, and he most certainly hasn't turned in an album for quite some time. Back on his own Livity Sound stable, the artist's new album, Tessellations, sees the man take a different route to his previous excursions, one that's much more focused on deep tribalism and percussion. The first four segments, from "Burning Sea" to "Sheer Chance Matters" all approach the equation through slightly different lenses; the first two being grounded in ambience of polyrhythmic movement, while the following two mould into a subtle 4/4 flow, but the same ambience is present throughout. This is the same for "Wireframes" all the way to "Plateau", where Peverelist has shaped a new sort of minimalism into his rolling punch of tech-minded bass. Could this be the start of something new? We definitely think so...
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Devour (coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SBR 226LPC1. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Industrial/Noise
  1. Homeostasis (2:00)
  2. Spit It Out (2:00)
  3. Self-Regulatingsystem (2:00)
  4. Deprivation (7:52)
  5. Pristine Panic/Cheek By Jowl (10:14)
Review: Margaret Chardiet's semi-regular album outings as Pharmakon are always worth a listen, if only to recoil at the intensity of her unsettling blends of buzzing industrial noise, paranoid vocal screams, throbbing aural textures, forthright mangled guitar riffs and rusty, razor-sharp power electronics. "Devour" is the artist's fourth album for Sacred Bones and her first new set for two years. It explores similar sonic territory to its predecessors, offering claustrophobic, mind-mangling soundscapes that are creepy, disturbed, awe-inspiring and sonically challenging in equal measures. In some ways, calling out individual tracks as highlights seems pointless: this is a singular, ever-changing work that sees Chardiet escort us on a nightmarish journey through experimental extremes.
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King Of Cowards (limited coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: LAUNCH 150SLP. Rel: 28 Sep 18
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. GNT (5:49)
  2. Shockmaster (6:08)
  3. A66 (8:53)
  4. Thumbsucker (7:44)
  5. Cake Of Light (3:46)
  6. Gloamer (8:03)
Review: For the younger generation maybe it's Wolfmother, and for everyone else it's Black Sabbath, but for a slightly ironic psych rock band that's here to be taken seriously, with a pinch of motorik fun, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs bring home the bacon. King Of Cowards provides the north eastern Brits with arguably their most rock solid record that comes in at six tracks large, in a suitably punky pink vinyl pressing. It can sometimes be few and far between that perfect place, or band, that has the ability to capture the visceral vibe, howl and punch of heavy rock but there's no denying these guys do it with devil horns all the way.
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Brickbat (180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BELLA 865V. Rel: 15 Feb 19
Indie
  1. This Must Be Bedlam (2:57)
  2. Village Of The Damned (4:56)
  3. Never Enough (3:59)
  4. Blameless (4:22)
  5. What's Next (4:45)
  6. Hated By The Powers That Be (5:30)
  7. Run For Your Life (3:34)
  8. Heartbeats (3:25)
  9. Everlastingly Yours (4:27)
  10. She's Unreal (5:09)
Review: Home to artists like The Flaming Lips, Father John Misty and Fleet Foxes, the much adored Bella Union label out of London present the debut album of Piroshka. Not to be confused with a much loved Polish delicacy (actually taking inspiration from Little Red Riding Hood), the group is made up of an amalgamation of artists lifted from bands like Lush, Moose, Elastica and Modern English. Opening with the all too familiar squeal of an amp's feedback, an all too groovy backbeat ensues to make any elderly rocker at the back of the scout hall get up and dance. The album casually surfs through a bevy of styles, from weird cosmic '80s synth action that begins in "Never Enough" to the melancholic wild west themes in "What's Next", to even classical, trip hoppy affairs in "Heartbeats". A suitably dreamy debut from Bella Union's next super group.
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The Anthology 1992-2003 (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DAP 030LP. Rel: 19 Nov 13
Funk/Reissues
  1. Funky Train
  2. South Carolina
  3. Augusta, GA
  4. More Mess On My Thing
  5. North Carolina
  6. It Came Over Me
  7. 50 Yards Of Soul
  8. Santa's Got A Bag Of Soul
  9. The Donkey
  10. Choking On A Piece Of Meat (part 2)
  11. Serengeti Stroke
  12. Rhodesian Girl
  13. Wallow In The Myrrh
  14. Summerdays
  15. Ham Gallery
  16. Smilin' (While You're Crying)
  17. Discern/Define
  18. Path Of Life
Review: German funk act of legendary proportions, The Poets Of Rhythm arrived at time when the genre was a million miles away from the agenda. Digging deep into the roots with consummate dexterity, at first no one even believed they came from Europe. Morphing and mutating with myriad aliases along the way, the four-piece found themselves on labels as disparate as Gomma, Ninja Tune and Soulcity during their ten year tenure. And this is a collection of their very best moments. Spanning vibes from the screaming sax on the party jam "More Mess On My Thing" to the mournful, far-away flute soliloquy of "Choking On A Piece Of Meat" via the more frenetic bass and organ reflections on "The Donkey", The Poets Of Rhythm knew funk more intimately than most married couples know each other. An essential collection for anyone who's so much as smiled at a trumpet or breakbeat in the last five years.
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In Togetherness (LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: AOTNLP 027. Rel: 21 Feb 19
Soul
  1. Your Mine (8:38)
  2. Come With Me (3:08)
  3. Mr DJ (5:02)
  4. Happiness (4:21)
  5. Fascinating (5:48)
  6. Billy's Coming Back (4:44)
  7. More Than Words (4:00)
  8. Still In Love (3:40)
Review: Second time around for "In Togetherness", a private press gem from 1977 that has recently become popular with dusty-fingered collectors of underground disco and soul. It was originally written, performed, produced and pressed by almost unknown singer Judy Pollak and Michigan-based backing band 33 1/3. This Athens of the North vinyl re-issue follows a recent CD edition by Japanese imprint P-Vine. Musically, there's much to admire throughout, from the sax-and-synths-laden disco stomp of "Mr DJ" and down low disco-funk headiness of "Fascinating", to the seductive sweetness of Pollack's breathy vocal on "Come With Me" and the sun-kissed breeziness of the brilliant "More Than Words".
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Anthology: Here Lies Pollyn 2003-2016 (coloured vinyl 3xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: MMG 12. Rel: 15 Sep 17
Indie
  1. Gave It Up (Disc 1: 2003-2008) (4:25)
  2. Shake It Off (5:00)
  3. There's Only One Way Out (3:49)
  4. This Little Night (3:30)
  5. Dark Thoughtz (4:24)
  6. If I Chose You (4:26)
  7. The Long Way (3:53)
  8. Other Side (live version) (3:36)
  9. How Small We Are (Disc 2 : 2010-2011) (3:37)
  10. Sometimes You Just Know (3:47)
  11. Outta Luck (3:14)
  12. Lost In The Night (4:43)
  13. Cold Sweat (feat Roc Marciano) (2:57)
  14. Ay Ya Ya Ya (Forever In My Hands) (4:16)
  15. Hot Air (4:37)
  16. Our Home Became A House (4:26)
  17. Look For Light (5:21)
  18. Don't You Want My Love (Disc 3: 2012-2016) (3:18)
  19. Too Late To Change The Past (4:00)
  20. Dark Tokyo (3:45)
  21. Distress Signals (3:03)
  22. Slurp (3:07)
  23. Liars Cheaters (3:42)
  24. Broken Record (3:34)
  25. More Wanting (3:03)
  26. Start The Fire (3:05)
  27. Findaway (feat Alexis Taylor) (3:57)
Review: As Genevieve Artadi, Adam Weissman and Anthony Cava decide to lay their respected LA electro-indie trio Pollyn to rest, it seems a retrospective is in order. This chronological collection of their three full-length releases plots the course of an inventive group not content with being pigeonholed. From the stripped back and dusty MPC production on This Little Night, through Talking Heads-esque frantic dance of Living in Patterns, to the nostalgic boogie and eerie trip-hop on Distress Signal, the individual band members' skills as vocalist, guitarist and beatmaker remain constant. The compilation ends with the glitchy and infectious 'Findaway', featuring Hot Chip's Alexis Taylor. Formerly a sketch intended for a future project, it serves as a fitting eulogy to Pollyn, and maybe gives a hint of what may come next.
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Cat: GONDLP 018. Rel: 24 Aug 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Endless (4:25)
  2. Objects To Place In A Tomb (5:24)
  3. RGB (4:32)
  4. Art In The Age Of Automation (4:55)
  5. S/2000S5 (0:39)
  6. A Luminous Beam (6:01)
  7. Beyond Dialogue (6:41)
  8. Rushing (6:17)
  9. Current History (6:06)
  10. Mercury Eyes (1:37)
  11. Lines Glow (3:49)
Review: Matthew Halsall founded Gondwana Records in 2008. An independent label based in Manchester, it's gone on to release music by Dwight Trible, GoGo Penguin, Nat Birchall and Halsall himself. The label has won acclaim across the world and can claim the likes of Gilles Peterson, Mr Scruff and Bonobo as fans. Next up are the Mercury Prize nominated Portico Quartet with their powerful new album Art In The Age Of Automation: where they're now rebooted as a quartet after a brief spell as the three-piece Portico. They have always been an impossible band to pin down; taking in aspects of jazz, electronica, ambient music and minimalism but the group have undoubtedly crafted their own singular sound. There's the dashing and cinematic bliss of "Objects To Place In A Tomb" and the hypnotic live drum and bass of "A Luminous Beam" amongst other highlights.
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The Where House? (2xLP + insert)
Cat: DE 214. Rel: 25 Jun 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Yoursmine (7:18)
  2. Alleys (4:38)
  3. In The Hall (1:49)
  4. Away From The Public Eye (5:29)
  5. Later, That Same Night (4:36)
  6. Vertigo (0:26)
  7. Ssroi'asitjk (4:31)
  8. Just Another Five Minutes (5:06)
  9. For All Your Knew (2:16)
  10. The Long Road (4:42)
  11. Leer (3:22)
  12. Jackpot (4:00)
  13. The Burrowing Engine (bonus track) (5:36)
  14. The State (bonus track) (3:06)
  15. Marsh Fog (bonus track) (7:12)
  16. Potters Wheel (bonus track) (6:31)
Review: Veteran electronic experimentalist, producer and sound engineer Colin Potter began his career at the turn of the '80s, self-releasing cassettes on the ICR label. 'The Where House?', which here gets the Dark Entries reissue treatment, was one of his earliest releases, originally slipping out - unheralded, of course - in 1981. This first ever vinyl edition includes all 13 tracks from the original cassette release - think far-sighted proto-acid, bubbly electronic soundscapes, curiously strange ambient, backwards tape experiments and instrumental minimal wave throb-jobs - plus a quartet of hard-to-find contemporaneous productions that previously featured on various mid '80s tape releases. Like the original album tracks, they're deliciously out-there and thrillingly ahead of their time.
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The Ones You Keep Close (LP + art print + MP3 download code in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: OSC 12. Rel: 21 Jul 17
Folk/Americana
  1. Shut (1:03)
  2. I Don't Know How To Do This Naturally (4:45)
  3. As I Roved Out (6:55)
  4. I Told You The Truth (3:37)
  5. Heart Pinch (5:34)
  6. We Are Quiet Now (3:38)
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Quiet Signs (limited clear vinyl LP)
Cat: SLANG 50190LT. Rel: 08 Feb 19
Indie
  1. Opening Night (1:41)
  2. As The World Turns (3:06)
  3. Fare Thee Well (4:05)
  4. Here My Love (2:53)
  5. Poly Blue (2:44)
  6. This Time Around (3:32)
  7. Crossing (2:47)
  8. Silent Song (3:15)
  9. Aeroplane (3:34)
Review: Jessica Pratt's third solo album is a blessing from the start, with opener, "Opening Night", setting the album's tone as a sojourn through a fresh but solemn memory, like strolling through a mist swept pasture. With Pratt's unique vocal ranging tied up in a mix of space, crackle and forgotten reverie, her vocals at times sounding as if they're lost somewhere in a wireless ether. With softly played chords and delicate strumming sitting in tune with dreamy interludes and folky motifs, City Slang have arguably dropped their best record for 2019 first.
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Cat: 007599 2557719. Rel: 21 Oct 16
Funk/Reissues
  1. Sign "O" The Times (4:57)
  2. Play In The Sunshine (5:05)
  3. Housequake (4:40)
  4. The Ballad Of Dorothy Parker (4:02)
  5. It (5:10)
  6. Starfish & Coffee (2:50)
  7. Slow Love (4:22)
  8. Hot Thing (5:38)
  9. Forever In My Life (3:25)
  10. U Got The Look (3:47)
  11. If I Was Your Girlfriend (5:01)
  12. Strange Relationship (3:58)
  13. I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man (6:31)
  14. The Cross (4:42)
  15. It's Gonna Be A Beautiful Night (8:59)
  16. Adore (6:30)
Review: For all of his undoubted musical genius, many of Prince's albums could be a little hit-and-miss. That's not an accusation that could be hurled at Sign O' The Times, which remains one of the Purple One's most potent collections of songs. As this vinyl reissue proves, the 1987 set still sounds every bit as good as it did all those years ago. While there are plenty of well-known hits - the peerless social commentary of 'Sign O' The Times', the sexual thrust of 'Hot Thing', the gnarly dancefloor funk of 'You Got The Look', and so on - the album's lesser-known moments, from the rockin' strut of "Play In The Sunshine", to the heartfelt, stripped-back "The Cross", are equally as inspired. File under "essential listening".
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Cat: EVER 106LP. Rel: 01 Oct 19
Classics/Ska
  1. Two Timer (feat Cornel Campbell & Tippa Irie) (3:56)
  2. Get Ready (feat Big Youth & George Dekker) (4:18)
  3. Deep Sleep (feat Shniece McMenamin) (4:04)
  4. Cassandra (feat Earl 16) (4:26)
  5. Everything Crash (feat Big Youth & George Dekker) (3:10)
  6. The Break (feat Winston Francis) (4:30)
  7. Steppin Out Of Babylon (feat Big Youth & Marcia Griffith) (3:36)
  8. Queen Of The Minstrel (feat Cornel Campbell) (3:36)
  9. Tonight (feat Big Youth & Earl 16) (3:13)
  10. Trouble (feat Shniece McMenamin & Horseman) (3:59)
Review: Renowned studio wizard Prince Fatty finally follows 2015's "The Clone Theory" album with a second studio long player jam packed with heavy dubs and top notch guests. "In The Viper's Shadow" is a real hotlist of dub kingpins with the likes of Tippa Irie, George Dekker, Earl 16 and Horseman all contributing to a melting pot of sounds that spans multiple eras and influences. Many of these tracks have been popular during Prince Fatty's live shows over the last couple of years, from the soul infused cover of the Temptations' "Get Ready" to the sun kissed and lumpy drums and endless reverb of "Everything Crash". Timeless stuff.
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Unknowns (limited LP)
Cat: HOS 598LP. Rel: 23 Apr 18
Industrial/Noise
  1. In The Ashes Of Science We Fall (15:04)
  2. In The Peeling Birch We Remain (15:57)
Review: Unknowns was first offered as a super-limited cassette bundled with a rare boxed version of Dominick Fenrow's 2017 Prurient album, Rainbow Mirror. Here presented on vinyl for the first time, it sees the prolific Fenrow join forces with Skin Crime man Patrick O'Neill (Hanged Man's Orgasm was an alias he used in the late '80s and early '90s), writer Scott Bryan Wilson and synthesizer player and all round studio don Kris Lapke. There are two 15-minute plus epics to enjoy, both of which mix dystopian noise and heavily processed samples with skewed synthesizer parts, '90s modem noises and barely audible excerpts of the ever entertaining Fenrow reading Wilson's expressive prose. For the record, it's the B-side cut that's the most apocalyptic.
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Played by: JK FLESH
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Every Valley (limited 180 gram clear vinyl LP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: PIASR 970LPX. Rel: 07 Jul 17
Post Rock/Experimental
  1. Every Valley (4:41)
  2. The Pit (4:20)
  3. People Will Always Need Coal (4:45)
  4. Progress (feat Tracyanne Campbell) (3:22)
  5. Go To The Road (4:14)
  6. All Out (3:19)
  7. Turn No More (feat James Dean Bradfield) (4:30)
  8. They Gave Me A Lamp (feat Haiku Salut) (3:56)
  9. You + Me (feat Lisa Jen Brown) (5:40)
  10. Mother Of The Village (3:28)
  11. Take Me Home (2:04)
Review: Once again using an ambitious conceptual framework to house a record which draws on historical texts and multimedia sources alongside their widescreen melange of post-rock, prog, dance and ambient stylings, 'Every Valley' deals with the Welsh mining industry and its trials and travails in the last half of the twentieth century. A project as mighty as the industry it chronicles, it resonates with emotive heft and atmospheric power whilst being careful not to overly romanticise its subject matter - this is fundamentally a deeply melancholic album, chronicling the slow demise of a way of life with spirit, clarity and sensitivity, not to mention musical invention.
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Con Struct (LP + CD)
Cat: BB 243LP. Rel: 22 Mar 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Wurm (5:35)
  2. Sieht Hoch (5:07)
  3. Lacht (6:30)
  4. Und Fangt Den Vogel (2:02)
  5. Drachenbaume Sind Friedliche Wesen (9:34)
  6. Wiegenlied Fur Katzen (10:56)
  7. Wurm (CD)
  8. Sieht Hoch
  9. Lacht
  10. Und Fangt Den Vogel
  11. Drachenbaume Sind Friedliche Wesen
  12. Wiegenlied Fur Katzen
Review: The latest artist to delve into Conrad Schnitzler's vast archive of synthesizer sounds and Con-Struct new tracks is Pole, AKA dub-tronica stalwart Stefan Betke. In the liner notes, Betke admits to never warming to Schnitzler's brand of synthesizer experimentalism, despite respecting the German pioneer's vast body of work. Yet despite these misgivings, Betke has produced an impressive set which melds some of Schnitzler's trademark electronics - woozy, evocative, out-there and occasionally hugely challenging - with his own glitch-heavy rhythms and dub techno inspired textures. The result is a collection of finely tuned tracks that effortlessly joins the dots between 1970s electronica, '90s IDM, and Betke's distinctly dub-wise production style.
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Dark Side Of The Moog Vol 8 (180 gram audiophile vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 2480. Rel: 03 Sep 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Careful With The AKS, Peter (part 1) (25:18)
  2. Careful With The AKS, Peter (part 2) (1:14)
  3. Careful With The AKS, Peter (part 3) (6:18)
  4. Careful With The AKS, Peter (part 4) (8:10)
  5. Careful With The AKS, Peter (part 5) (4:35)
  6. Careful With The AKS, Peter (part 6) (15:44)
  7. Careful With The AKS, Peter (part 7) (7:00)
  8. Careful With The AKS, Peter (part 8) (8:34)
Review: The late Pete Namlook remains a giant of the ambient world. His vast catalogue of works has defined and redefined the genre over and over again, often alongside fellow greats from Move D to Richie Hawtin. In 2016, however, it was Klaus Schulze at the controls alongside his German countryman and together they cooked up this eight-part adventure into cosmic ambience and psychedelic sound design. Some parts reference Eno's seminal "Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks", some are more synth heavy, Vangelis-style epics, and some dip into Detroit techno for their cues. It makes for an album as expansive as it is excellent.
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The Dark Side Of The Moog Vol 1 (180 gram audiophile vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 2101. Rel: 05 Jun 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Wish You Where There (part I) (5:10)
  2. Wish You Where There (part II) (4:51)
  3. Wish You Where There (part III) (5:03)
  4. Wish You Where There (part IV) (5:07)
  5. Wish You Where There (part V) (4:54)
  6. Wish You Where There (part VI) (5:00)
  7. Wish You Where There (part VII) (4:59)
  8. Wish You Where There (part VIII) (5:02)
  9. Wish You Where There (part IX) (5:00)
  10. Wish You Where There (part X) (6:03)
Review: Klaus Schulze and Peter Namlook's The Dark Side Of The Moog series receives a timely update on vinyl, having only been reissued a handful of times since its first release in the early to mid 90s. Much like the second volume, which should be bought in conjuction with this opener, you'll be stuck to find any better sources of ambient or drone on these charts. Yes, the modern kids might verge further into the heart of the rave, but this music has a way of lifting the soul that's rarely matched. Led by images of time and space, the legendary duo's music is truly capable of tele-transporting you into a higher state of consciousness; the best thing about it is how rich and fresh it sounds upon each new listen. Highly recommended.
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