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  1. Yta Jourias - "Adome Nyueto" (Bosq rework) (8:10)
  2. Roger Damawuzan - "Loxo Nye" (Pushin Wood remix) (5:39)
  3. Napo De Mi Amor - "Cacatchoule "Berceuse Bassari"" (3:04)
  4. Sewavi Jacintho - "Miade Dua" (5:35)
Review: Hot Casa's latest must-have release is a veritable smorgasbord of Togolese treats. It focuses specifically on obscure soul music made in Togo in the 1970s, with two hard-to-find original cuts being joined by two contemporary re-edits of similarly obscure classics. The EP opens with Bosq's smooth, dancefloor-focused tweal of Yta Jourias's breezy, horn-heavy tropical soul workout "Adome Nyueto", before Pushin Wood takes over and adds a little contemporary electronic bounce - and some particularly colourful synths - to Roger Damawuzan's "Loxo Nye". Over on side B, Napo De Mi Amor's "Cacatchoule Berceuse Bassari" is a fuzzy soul shuffler rich in bright, Juju style guitar solos, hazy vocals and Hammond organ stabs, while Sewavi Jacintho's "Miade Dua" is a sweatier and heavier concoction powered by loose-limbed drumming and sun-kissed instrumentation.
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Tempa Allstars Vol 6 (double 12")
Cat: TEMPA 051. Rel: 15 Oct 10
Deep Dubstep
  1. Skream - "Rollin' Kicks"
  2. Icicle - "Anything"
  3. FaltyDL - "Sunday"
  4. Benga - "I Come From London"
  5. SBTRKT - "Sleep In Tokyo"
  6. Alix Perez - "Metric"
Review: Volume Six of Tempa Allstars collects contributions from some of the underground music scene's pioneers and leading lights Skream. "Rollin' Kicks" begins the EP with a tapping drumbeat and a Breakage hued sonic palette (circa "Open Up") which is a million miles away from Magnetic Man. D&B-turned-dubstep minimalist Icicle steps up with "Anything". Crisp, acerbic breaks feature heavily, perfectly calculated beats and a futuristic touch. Falty DL adds a funky touch with "Sunday" as chirpy bleeps and bellows of bass underpin the fidgeting rhythms here, with notable sunny, upbeat vibes in the synth work. Benga injects a dose of humour with the ticking percussive lisp and robotic chant of "I Come From London" driving things along into a hypnotic state of sentiency. SBTRKTs "Sleep In Tokyo" is all broken, funked up beats, warm keys and delicately textured rhythms. Alix Perez brings the EP to a close with "Metric". Deep, atmospheric crackling, crisp SFX and rumbling subs roll along with dark menace. A superb finale to one of the finest releases in the Tempa Allstars series so far.
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Cylene (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: EMEGO 262. Rel: 12 Sep 19
  1. Premiere Noire (3:15)
  2. Erosion Always Wins (7:58)
  3. Pahoehoe (13:05)
  4. Deuxieme Noire (5:04)
  5. Tephras (3:11)
  6. Dernieres Teintes Noires (6:55)
  7. Des Pans Dans Les Cendres (15:08)
Review: Francois J Bonnet (a composer and electroacoustic musician) and Stephen O'Malley (the main man of metal band Sunn O)))) come together here for their first collaborative album. It combines O'Malley's doom laden guitar work with Bonnet's compositional skills to make for a dynamic soundscape that has the sort of grand ambient architecture that places you right at the heart of it all. Dark yet inviting, it is noise that nurtures and comforts you despite its rather foreboding overtones. Orderly yet alien, desolate yet filled with human emotions, "Cylene" makes for a compelling listen.
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Cat: ADA 001. Rel: 18 Oct 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Lesson 4: The Beat (11:13)
  2. This Music (3:21)
  3. What's The Angle? (3:56)
  4. Lesson 4 (Bonus Beats) (5:12)
  5. This Music (dub mix) (4:11)
  6. Better Know It (2:08)
  7. The Action (2:12)
  8. Realm Of The Jazz Spirit (5:09)
Review: Last year, early '80s cut-and-paste hip-hop heroes Double Dee & Steinski joined forces for the first time in over 30 years to create a new suite of on-point sample collages in the style of their now legendary "Lessons" series. While they made them available digitally last year, they've now made them available on vinyl. For those schooled in hip-hop history, "Lesson 4" is a must-have. Running to nearly 12 minutes, it delivers another worldwind trip through classic funk, rock, soul, disco and hip-hop riffs, breaks and basslines overlaid with all manner of scratches and vocal snippets. It's a fitting follow-up to the essential "Lessons 1, 2 & 3". Elsewhere on the EP you'll find various bonus beats, DJ tools and quick-fire workouts, with "This Music" - a dope, sample-heavy shuffle through reggae/hip-hop fusion in the duo's distinctive style - standing out.
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Cat: STRUT 204LPX. Rel: 30 Aug 19
  1. Yoko Ono - "Walking On Thin Ice" (re-edit) (7:19)
  2. Liquid Liquid - "Cavern" (5:22)
  3. Loose Joints - "Tell You (Today)" (vocal) (6:57)
  4. Ian Dury & The Seven Seas Players - "Spasticus Autisticus" (version) (6:57)
  5. Material - "Over & Over" (long version) (5:38)
  6. Was (Not Was) - "Wheel Me Out" (7:12)
  7. Dinosaur - "Kiss Me Again" (6:53)
  8. Don Cherry - "I Walk" (3:14)
  9. Common Sense - "Voices Inside My Head" (6:29)
  10. Nicky Siano - "Move" (5:45)
  11. Indian Ocean - "School Bell/Treehouse" (10:13)
Review: Second time around for Joey Negro and Sean P's peerless collection of post-punk era New York club cuts, a compilation that proved hugely influential when it was first released way back in 2000. The track listing strangely omits one track present on the original release (the full 16-minute version of Steve Miller Band's "Macho City"), but otherwise it's a faithful reproduction. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the eccentric electrofunk of Yoko Ono's "Walking On Thin Ice" and P-funk influenced strut of Material's "Over And Over", to the skittish jazz-goes-dub disco bustle of Don Cherry's "I Walk" and the low-slung percussive voodoo of Nicky Siano's "Move". The undisputed master of NYC leftfield disco, Arthur Russell, is represented via cuts from Loose Joints, Dinosaur and Indian Ocean.
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Home Counties (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HVNLP 139S. Rel: 02 Jun 17
  1. The Reunion (0:23)
  2. Something New (3:15)
  3. Magpie Eyes (3:33)
  4. Whyteleafe (3:09)
  5. Dive (4:51)
  6. Church Pew Furniture Restorer (1:52)
  7. Take It All In (3:25)
  8. Popmaster (0:29)
  9. Underneath The Apple Tree (2:34)
  10. Out Of My Mind (3:55)
  11. After Hebden (3:30)
  12. Breakneck Hill (1:40)
  13. Heather (3:58)
  14. Sports Report (0:12)
  15. Train Driver In Eyeliner (3:14)
  16. Unopened Fan Mail (3:06)
  17. What Kind Of World (3:08)
  18. Sweet Arcadia (7:44)
  19. Angel Of Woodhatch (2:12)
Review: The theme is in the title here, with the British pop legends - always unusually skilled at bringing a sense of place to their music as well as chronicling the strange specifics of British culture - using the geographical region as a springboard to a collection of bittersweet electronic-powered ditties whose melodic sweetness and melancholic aspect remain indelible regardless of context and concept, just as Sarah Cracknell's voice has never sounded so beguiling and evocative. Not merely the only one record this year to include Radio 4 announcements amongst its tracks, 'Home Counties' is a record with both head screwed on and heart-on-sleeve.
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Let's Dance Raw (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: OM 013LP. Rel: 08 Sep 14
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Future Lullaby
  2. Birth Of The Super Cult
  3. Extremely Bad Man
  4. Let's Dance Raw
  5. Like An Obligation
  6. Gently Disappear
  7. You Can Be A Robot, Too
  8. Why Can't I Stop?
  9. Never Liked You, But Still Nostalgic
  10. This World Should Be More Wonderful
Review: Frontman from cult psychedelic band Yura Yura Teikoku, Shintaro Sakamoto unleashes his debut solo album. Playing almost all of the instruments himself, it's a highly personal affair as the Japanese musician digs deep into his influences to create a melting pot of dreamy, timeless soul. Ticking myriad boxes from Balearic to country to straight-up pop, it's a distinctive fusion that will sit well on every pair of ears. From the blue grass dynamics of "You Can Be A Robot, Too" to the Sebastien Tellier-style space-aged croons of "Never Liked You, But Still Nostalgic", Shintaro has weaved a hazy, heady web that's wholly unique.
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Dream State Of A Bellmaker (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: DELAPHINE 008. Rel: 18 Apr 17
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Baby I'm Sorry (5:23)
  2. Alone In A Crowd (9:22)
  3. Out Of Touch (8:42)
  4. Pour Aisha (11:17)
  5. Two Hearts In Doubt (7:35)
  6. Mirror (1:16)
  7. Better To Have Loved (8:11)
  8. Thank You/Dream State Of A Bellmaker/Big Sur (14:00)
Review: A mere four years after making his 12" debut on Fathers & Sons Productions, Samuel Andre Madsen delivers his debut album on Delaphine, the label he set up to release his music back in 2013. There's much to admire about Dream State of A Bellmaker, which attractively drifts between undulating ambient bliss, deep and melodious techno shufflers, evocative electronica, becalmed drone explorations, and atmospheric compositions that define easy categorization (see the electronic jazz/ambient/dream house fusion of "Better To Have Loved"). It's a hugely enjoyable and entertaining set, full of intricately programmed and life-affirming music.
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Played by: Savile, Agnostic Rhythm
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The Return (gatefold green & red vinyl 2xLP + booklet)
Cat: ZEN 258I. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Mwana (feat Mwanje Tembo, Theresa Mutale Tembo, Sunburnt Soul Choir) (4:29)
  2. Freedom (4:06)
  3. Wake Up (interlude) (0:53)
  4. Time's Up (feat Krown) (2:34)
  5. Grass Is Greener (3:32)
  6. Dare To Fly (feat Ecca Vandal) (4:22)
  7. Any Day (feat Whosane) (4:17)
  8. OMG (2:33)
  9. Light It Up (interlude) (2:15)
  10. Final Form (3:35)
  11. Heaven (feat Whosane) (2:57)
  12. Diamond In The Ruff (feat Thando, Krown) (4:59)
  13. Leading Us Home (4:06)
  14. Summer (feat Steam Down) (4:25)
  15. Brand New (feat SILENTJAY) (3:48)
  16. Give Love (interlude) (2:19)
  17. The Return (feat Thando, Jace XL, Alien, Whosane) (9:16)
  18. Don't Give Up (feat Mandarin Dreams) (4:51)
  19. Made Us Better (feat Blue Lab beats, Boadi, Lori) (8:35)
Review: After Sampa's magic debut album it makes sense she's been signed by Ninja Tune for a follow up. Once again here the Zambian-born Australian singer-songwriter and rapper is in excellent form, delivering slick, complex verses that she says are "the most me to date". Exploring notions of race and relationships, amongst other things, her voice is couched in gorgeous broken beat, hip hop and r&b production. Highlights are plentiful throughout - "OMG" is a funky afro beat, "Any Day" is neo soul in the mould of Erykah Badu and "Final Form" is a trumpet lead, warrior queen anthem to get your chest pumping. Essential.
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Caibu (2xLP)
Cat: HFLP 013. Rel: 11 Apr 18
  1. Test Tubes (Caibu Adjustment version) (6:03)
  2. Bone (4:15)
  3. Manufactured Consent (4:33)
  4. The Cut (Caibu Adjustment version) (3:28)
  5. Freedom For The Fifty (Caibu Adjustment version) (5:18)
  6. Extinct (6:05)
  7. Laboratory Conditions (Caibu Adjustment version) (2:44)
  8. Five Degrees (Caibu Adjustment version) (5:08)
  9. Opposition Division (Caibu Adjustment version) (4:46)
  10. Intelligence Fetish (3:44)
  11. Caibu (5:52)
  12. Into Consciousness (4:40)
Review: Hotflush head honcho Scuba dons the more uncompromising SCB moniker for his first album under this alias. Caibu incorporates material from his recent 'Below The Line' and 'Old Media New Society' EPs and continues with the theme of this conceptual series. It explores the idea of an 'imagined surgical procedure where cognitive ability is augmented through transplant from one brain to another' - heavy stuff! Indeed there are a variety of moods and scenes presented across the album's sonic narrative, beginning with the typically moody and heads down vibe of opening cut "Test Tubes" or the dystopian electro bass of "Freedom For The Fifty" (Caibu Adjustment version), through to lush cosmic ambience on "Laboratory Conditions" and even some industrial styled textural abrasions - as heard on the difficult "Intelligence Fetish".
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Hella (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: APLTRONIC 001. Rel: 22 Mar 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Here, Now (feat Moksa) (4:31)
  2. Black Lighter (3:24)
  3. Anarcoide (3:43)
  4. Snooker Club (feat Anam) (3:22)
  5. Autofight (1:59)
  6. Flesh Is Weak (4:48)
  7. Madting (4:03)
  8. Viejos (4:05)
  9. Clutch (4:26)
Review: Apparel Music return and introduce a new sub label Apparel Tronic. The intention for diffusion label is to shift focus towards UK-rooted beats, nu-jazz, downtempo and even jungle - or what the label likes to to term 'bliss-beat'. Here Giuseppe D'Alessandro a.k.a Kisk and Ludovico Schilling have a new project which they inaugurate with the Hella LP: a collection of UK influenced dance tracks that merge influences from the aforementioned street-sound genres Originally born in Milan, Schilling relies on a process that he likes to describe as a 'contamination' of sound which entails the layering of field recordings and the sounds of his home environment with those of synths, real instruments and samples'. This approach distinguishes his productions and enables him to create a truly singular strand of dance music: and it's this that brings together the nine disparate tracks on this fine album.
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Con Struct (LP + CD)
Cat: BB 243LP. Rel: 22 Mar 17
  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
  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
  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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Jazz Jazz Jazz (LP + booklet)
Cat: HABIBI 0091. Rel: 08 Nov 18
  1. Seira Music (2:31)
  2. Shaikan Music (3:51)
  3. Saat Alfarah (4:46)
  4. Farrah Galbi Aljadeed (5:01)
  5. Kaif Halo (5:47)
  6. Forssa Saeeda (6:55)
  7. Nile Waves (3:57)
  8. Azzah Music (3:49)
  9. Bride Of Afrika (feat Osman Zeeto) (3:44)
  10. Hilwa Ya Amoora (3:21)
Review: Habibi Funk co-founder Jannis Stuertz first came across "the Holy Grail of Sudanese funk", Saif Abu Bakr and The Scorpions "Jazz, Jazz, Jazz", while browsing eBay listings a few years back. His interest piqued, he took a trip to Sudan to track down the musicians who had made a ridiculously rare LP that was changing hands for thousands of pounds online. Some four years later, his wish to reissue the set has finally come through. It was originally recorded in Kuwait in 1980 and brilliantly joins the dots between American funk, soul and rhythm and blues, traditional Sudanese vocals and rhythmic arrangements, and even a dash of Congolese soukkous. It's the first full album Habibi Funk has reissued, and with good reason: it's near perfect from start to finish.
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Soothing Sounds For Baby Vol 1-3 (reissue) (limited 180 gram audiophile silver vinyl 3xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: MOVLP 1854. Rel: 04 Apr 17
  1. Lullabye (14:07)
  2. Sleepy Time (4:24)
  3. The Music Box (6:06)
  4. Nursery Rhyme (5:52)
  5. Tic Toc (8:05)
  6. Tempo Block (3:16)
  7. The Happy Whistler (10:46)
  8. Toy Typewriter (17:43)
  9. Little Tin Soldier (9:23)
  10. Little Miss Echo (7:23)
  11. The Playful Drummer (14:55)
Review: Perspective: Raymond Scott create these albums in 1962 when he was in his mid 50s. Even to this day they sound relevant and entirely futuristic. A true electronic pioneer, he was generations before his time... And was clearly on a mission to influence future generations about electronic music from the earliest age possible with the Soothing Sounds For Babies albums. Dubby, loopy, clever, detailed and spacious - we're not sure whether they were scientifically proven to soothe babbers (some of the more intense loops are way too stimulating) but they definitely soften our souls. A unique moment in electronic music history.
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Driftglass (2xLP) (1 per customer)
Cat: JRF 0016. Rel: 07 Feb 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. The Darkies (7:23)
  2. Afronaut (feat XANA) (8:35)
  3. Stargaze #1: KATIN (2:09)
  4. The Dream Keeper (7:04)
  5. WAKE (For Grenfell) (feat Cherise Adams-Burnett) (9:07)
  6. Stargaze #2: LAU (2:04)
  7. Mirrors (7:38)
  8. Interplanetary Migration (feat Mr Ekow) (7:04)
Review: Jazz Re:freshed has a reputation for championing rising stars of British jazz, so it's little surprise to find the label releasing the debut album from SEED Ensemble, a ten-piece outfit led by saxophonist Cassie Kinoshi. And what a debut it is, too. Built around uniquely British twists on spiritual and uplifting jazz, the eight original compositions are beautifully written and performed. The handful of included vocal numbers boast politically charged lyrics that take aim at injustice and inequality, with "WAKE (for Grenfell)" standing out. It feels like an important record as much as an enjoyable one, and could well be the start of a very bright future for both Kinoshi and the SEED Ensemble.
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Joy (LP + insert)
Cat: DC 679. Rel: 20 Jul 18
  1. Beginning (1:40)
  2. Please Don't Leave This Town (1:33)
  3. Room Connector (0:45)
  4. Body Behaviour (2:17)
  5. Good Boy (2:02)
  6. Hey Joel, Where You Going With That? (2:56)
  7. Rock Flute (0:22)
  8. A Nod (2:21)
  9. Grin Without Smile (1:36)
  10. Other Way (1:49)
  11. Prettiest Dog (0:16)
  12. Do Your Hair (1:28)
  13. She Is Gold (4:59)
  14. Tommy's Place (1:54)
  15. My Friend (3:55)
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Books Of Reverbs (LP + book)
Cat: EKAR 035. Rel: 22 Oct 18
  1. Servadio & HEXN - "Track 1" (11:54)
  2. Servadio & Years Of Denial - "Track 2" (14:01)
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Dementos (LP + insert)
Cat: HRLP 143. Rel: 23 Jan 19
  1. Blue Suits (4:04)
  2. Dementos (4:02)
  3. Madame Shriek (2:28)
  4. A Normal Day (3:08)
  5. Find No Word To Say (4:00)
  6. I'm Dying For Love (5:21)
  7. My Friend The Secretary (3:30)
  8. Anaconda Mon Amour (4:07)
  9. Soul De Rock (3:39)
  10. Sateto (2:45)
Review: In 1988, Yasuaki Shimizu moved to Paris and collaborated with avant-garde artists such as David Cunningham of Flying Lizards (who is a special guest on this album) and Manny Elias of Tears for Fears. His second album Dementos conveyed a spirit of the times unique to Shimizu - who was at the epicentre of a world music movement that was extremely prosperous at that time. He brought his sister Mieko over from Japan and made her engage in hours of idle talk which is a constant throughout the LP and this eventually led him to conclude that human patterns of communication were indeed strange.
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Cat: 019029 6904301. Rel: 05 Jul 19
Post Rock/Experimental
  1. Svefn-G-Englar (10:41)
  2. Staralfur (7:48)
  3. Flugufreslarinn (7:53)
  4. Ny Batteri (8:07)
  5. Hjartao Hamast (Bamm Bamm Bamm) (7:04)
  6. Vidrar Vel Til Loftarasa (10:06)
  7. Olsen Olsen (7:54)
  8. Agaetis Byrjun (7:46)
  9. Avalon (4:15)
Review: Reykjavik-based noise quartet, Sigur Ros - translated to Victory Rose - sublime 1999 album Agaetis Byrjun turns 20 this year and to commemorate the legendary band have assembled two luxury box sets featuring all matter of demos, rarities and live recordings. There is also the option to just rebask in the limelight of A Good Beginning (Agaetis Byrjun) repress that's worth it alone for album opener "Svefn-g-englar" - a breathy 10-minute swoon through the ether of sweet harmony. Travel the rest of the album until you get to "Avalon" - one of the deepest classical requiems you can hope to hear. A sonic fortress of bizarre digital noises, weird drones, wispy vocals and breathtakingly radiant percussion, Agaetis Byrjun is a masterpiece of revolutionary proportions.
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Variations On Darkness (Record Store Day 2019) (limited heavyweight vinyl LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: 019029 6911804. Rel: 22 Apr 19
Post Rock/Experimental
  1. The Hungry Ghosts/We Live In An Old Chaos Of The Sun (20:34)
  2. The Silence Of Animals/The Truth Is, It Wanted To Cave In (22:50)
Review: Set as a soundtrack to a series of choreographed performances from the Iceland Dance Company, "Variations On Darkness" may arguably act as a counterpart to separate Record Store Day exclusive "22 Lunar Halo". This release is a culmination of various moments of Sigur Ros' career awashed with discordant, penetrating soundscapes across the two epics, "The Hungry Ghosts/We Live In An Old Chaos Of The Sun" and "The Silence Of Animals/The Truth Is, It Wanted To Cave In". Our pick is the latter which is something of an intoxicating build-up, brought together by haphazard, glitchy samples that may even cross the IDM territory, before concluding with a suitably grandiose ending to an epic trip. A tough listen, for sure, but all the more rewarding.
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Postcards (LP)
Cat: SUCTION 028. Rel: 07 Oct 14
  1. Trains & Lines
  2. Perseids Over Greenwich
  3. No, Thank You
  4. Degrees Of Frost
  5. British Cottages
  6. Postcards
  7. Seven
  8. Lost & Lonesome
  9. Six
  10. Aught
Review: The name Roger Semsroth will be eminently familiar to fans of monotonal, bleep laden techno thanks to his canon of material as Sleeparchive for his own label, Tresor, Repitch and more. Prior to becoming the staple of Berlin techno he now is, Semsroth was creating child like melodies and toy tones as Skanfrom, a project which now returns to Jason Amm's Suction Records for the first time in 12 years. Combine themes tunes and motifs from the original Zelda video game with the sounds of older Rephlex and Skam Records and you are somewhere close to understanding what Postcards, this new Skanfrom album, sounds like.
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New Dawn (LP)
Cat: MT 003. Rel: 11 Oct 19
  1. Geodesic (part 1) (27:08)
  2. Cosmic Geometry (28:21)
Review: In 1980, Don Slepian sat down with one synthesizer - a Korg PS-3100 - and a Mellotron and recorded two lengthy pieces inspired by a mixture of new age music, formative ambient sounds and American minimalism. The results - recorded live in two takes, with no overdubs - were released on a tiny label as "New Dawn - New Music For Digital Orchestra". As this licensed reissue proves, the music remains as beautiful and beguiling as ever, with both pieces offering slowly unfurling melodies, sustained chords and the kind of twinkling electronics that would later become the hallmark of 90s ambient producers such as Pete Namlook. If you love heady horizontal soundscapes and floatation tank atmospherics, this should be an essential purchase.
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 in stock $24.82
Tea With Holger (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: BEWITH 070LP. Rel: 24 Sep 19
  1. The Gardener (4:02)
  2. Innerspace (4:22)
  3. Weilerswist (3:18)
  4. Away From Me (Full version) (6:58)
  5. Kolner Street (3:51)
  6. Tea With Holger (4:10)
Review: For their first album away from spiritual home Claremont 56, Ben Smith and Paul "Mudd" Murphy have decided to put a decidedly Balearic slant on the kind of atmospheric and quirky music that once was the mainstay of library music stalwarts KPM Records. Given their influences and seemingly innate ability to create heart-stopping, mind-soothing soundscapes, it's a canny move. Certainly, the music contained on "Tea With Holger" is impeccable, combining picturesque guitar and piano motifs with lilting easy listening orchestration, heady choral vocals, razor sharp strings and nods to various well-known TV and film soundtrack styles. Yet for all the knowing nods to old library music sounds, it's the quality of the duo's emotive and inspiring compositions that stands out.
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Cat: STRUT 070LP. Rel: 30 Jun 16
  1. Banda Los Hijos De La Nina Luz - "Quiero Amanacer"
  2. Les Ya Toupas Du Zaire - "Je Ne Bois Pas Beaucoup"
  3. Victor Uwaifo - "Ohue" (Frankie Francis & Simbad edit)
  4. Fair Nick Stars - "Arrete Mal Parle"
  5. Adolfo Echeverria - "Sabroso Bacalao"
  6. El Timba - "Descarga Bontempi"
  7. Ti Celeste - "Popilation Basse-Terriene Au Abois"
  8. Mighty Shadow - "Dat Soca Boat"
  9. Kyerematen Stars - "Maye Obi Den"
  10. Dany Play - "Fa'Waka" (part 1)
  11. Frente Cumbiero - "Pitchito"
  12. Quantic Y Su Conjunto Los Miticos Del Ritmo - "Cumbia De Mochilla"
  13. Roaring Lion - "Carnival Long Ago"
  14. Safohene Djeni - "Mahu Wo Asie" (edit)
  15. Gnonnas Pedro - "Yiri Yiri Boum"
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Love & Work: The Lioness Sessions (limited gatefold translucent purple vinyl 2xLP box + booklet + photos + MP3 download code in die-cut slipcase)
Cat: SC 298DLX. Rel: 23 Nov 18
  1. The Black Crow (LP 1: The Lioness) (4:26)
  2. Tigress (2:51)
  3. Nervous Bride (3:20)
  4. Being In Love (2:42)
  5. Lioness (5:40)
  6. Coxcomb Red (6:36)
  7. Back On Top (4:04)
  8. Baby Take A Look (4:23)
  9. Just A Spark (5:31)
  10. On My Way Home (LP 2: The Lioness Sessions) (3:03)
  11. Never Fake It (3:07)
  12. From The Heart (4:29)
  13. It Gets Harder Over Time (2:09)
  14. I Promise Not To Quit (5:50)
  15. Neighbors Of Our Age (2:44)
  16. Pyrate II (Even Now) (4:01)
  17. Velvet Marching Band (2:57)
  18. Raw (3:41)
  19. Already Through (3:56)
  20. Wondrous Love (2:21)
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Fine (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DAIS 120LP. Rel: 17 Jul 18
  1. I Don't Know (6:00)
  2. Left (2:16)
  3. Thanks For Calling (4:37)
  4. Pieces (3:59)
  5. Vitamin D (3:33)
  6. Bad Habit (2:51)
  7. Under The Sea (3:37)
  8. What's Before (4:27)
  9. I Don't Know (Coda) (3:57)
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Oil Of Every Pearl's Un Insides (gatefold red vinyl LP + poster + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRANS 368X. Rel: 07 Dec 18
  1. It's Okay To Cry (3:52)
  2. Ponyboy (3:15)
  3. Faceshopping (3:55)
  4. Is It Cold In The Water? (3:31)
  5. Infatuation (4:43)
  6. Not Okay (1:49)
  7. Pretending (5:56)
  8. Immaterial (3:50)
  9. Whole New World/Pretend World (9:10)
Review: The best thing since Christina Aguilera's "Beautiful", Denmark and Norway's Aqua, to '90s R&B, Trance and '00s Dubstep combined is Sophie's Oil of Every Pearl's Un-Insides. With more meta-references than you can poke a brain at, the album and its hyper-array of sounds is set to light up the couture cosmo of New York City as much as it is a teenager's bedroom south of the border. In effect, Oil of Every Pearl's Un-Insides is one of the most colourful excursions through music you can have, striking off a plethora of pop music iterations, to rave, deep ambient and the most experimental of dance music. A seriously defining album by one of modern day music's greatest minds. Roll out the red carpet.
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Neon Leon (limited gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: BEWITH 033LP. Rel: 31 May 18
  1. Algorhythm (5:08)
  2. Dayglow (5:37)
  3. Chemise (4:29)
  4. Ride The Serpent (3:56)
  5. Rush 2 Freeze (6:01)
  6. Shaolin Style (5:32)
  7. Raydio (Play It) (4:04)
  8. Jump Rope (5:05)
  9. Distort Yourself (5:40)
  10. El Condor (4:15)
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Offworld (clear vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: HTH 115. Rel: 11 Oct 19
  1. 237,000 Miles (4:39)
  2. Shepperton Moon Landing (5:17)
  3. Offworld Memory 3 (8:03)
  4. Front Screen Projection (4:31)
  5. Arse End Of The Moon (5:50)
  6. Morning Ritual (6:54)
  7. The Grid - "Floatation" (SR Offworld mix) (12:53)
Review: Under the Special Request alias, Paul Woolford has released some stellar music this year. Astonishingly, "Offworld" is his third album of 2019; it could well be the best, too. It explores different sonic territory too, drawing heavily on electro, futurist Detroit techno, Boards of Canada style IDM and the slick 1980s productions of Jam and Lewis. The result is a stunningly beautiful, spacey and far-sighted set that contains some of Woolford's most emotion-rich work to date - and that's saying something. It also finishes in stunning style with an impeccable remix/re-make of the Grid's "Floatation" that sounds like the best early 90s Orb remix you've never heard.
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Television (LP + insert)
Cat: DY 317. Rel: 28 Nov 18
  1. The Erasure (3:13)
  2. Upset Stomach (2:06)
  3. Northern Soul Search (2:52)
  4. Television (4:04)
  5. Pretty Vacant (3:17)
  6. Lovers Town Revisited (1:14)
  7. Spiritual Cramp (1:39)
  8. 850 Bryant (3:31)
  9. I Feel Bad Bein' Me (2:45)
  10. Blood Clot (3:37)
  11. All My Friends Are Out Tonight (Alright) (3:16)
  12. Tenderloin (3:03)
  13. Wrecking Machine (2:21)
  14. The Ice Age Isn't Fucking Coming (2:19)
Review: It's refreshing to hear a contemporary take on ska, punk and British music that still remains vibrant and relevant, giving hope to the jaded, wasted and unsettled youth out there. Highlights be the title track "Television" with a grungy vibe similarly to the zombie candescence of King Krule classic "Dum Surfer". With a blurry cover of the New York Dolls in "Pretty Vacant" thrown in alongside dub and reggae sentimentalities in "850 Bryant" and the aching vocals of "All My Friends Are Out Tonight (Alright)", there's also a refreshingly un-dystopian closer to boot: "The Ice Age Isn't Fucking Coming".
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Deeper (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 0212620 EMU. Rel: 09 Apr 18
  1. Everything (4:12)
  2. Twisted (3:57)
  3. Desire (4:28)
  4. Billionaire (3:25)
  5. Coming Up For Air (4:05)
  6. Love Of My Life (4:20)
  7. Never Ever (3:49)
  8. Hercules (4:06)
  9. Hole In My Heart (3:39)
  10. Just Can't Help Myself (4:06)
  11. Deeper (3:58)
  12. Butterfiles (4:35)
  13. Ghetto Heaven (4:45)
Review: One of the most iconic voices in UK soul and dance music since 1981, Lisa Stansfield returns with her eighth album and reminds us just why she's remained so relevant. Showcasing her broadest range while maintaining a powerful drive and consistency throughout, this album covers the whole spectrum; sultry neo soul ("Deeper"), anthem-shattering ballads ("Billionaire"), tearful torch pieces ("Hole In My Heart") even a cheeky slice of drum & bass ("Just Can't Help Myself") can be found amid the gems on this long-awaited and highly accomplished album.
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Yawn Yawn Yawn (limited 3xLP)
Cat: AR 012. Rel: 08 May 18
  1. Yawn Yawn Yawn (Dream Another Reality mix) (8:19)
  2. Yawn Yawn Yawn (Dream Another Reality instrumental) (8:20)
  3. Yawn Yawn Yawn (G-Tar Cannyon mix) (4:11)
  4. Yawn Yawn Yawn (Thankful mix) (6:07)
  5. Beyond The Outside (Feel The Sky, Feel The Wind Nature mix) (6:05)
  6. Beyond The Outside (Feel The Sky, Feel The Wind Nature instrumental) (6:04)
  7. Beyond The Outside (G-Taracapella) (2:40)
  8. Beyond The Outside (Storm mix) (5:53)
  9. Song With No Words (Tree with No Leaves mix) (4:08)
  10. Song With No Words (Laughing instrumental) (4:08)
  11. Yawn Yawn Yawn (Chee Shimizu remix) (4:45)
  12. Beyond The Outside (Max Essa remix) (7:21)
  13. Yawn Yawn Yawn (Yabe mix) (5:40)
  14. Song With No Words (Kuniyuki remix) (9:36)
Review: Sth. Notional was a short-lived project that manifested in one album back in 1992, originally released on Japanese label Zero Corporation. Yawn Yawn Yawn focused primarily on various Balearic-friendly mixes of the title track and some other scattered pieces, and now they've received a much-needed spruce up from Archeo Recordings. The "Dream... Another Reality" versions of "Yawn Yawn Yawn" are laid back to the extreme, revolving around delicate instrumentation and occasional threads of speech and singing. There's a mellow beat behind the "G-Tar Cannyon Mix," and the "Thankful Mix" brings a weightier groove to the table. With the other tracks adding to this utterly smooth, early 90s shake, and spread across three discs, this is the holy grail reissue collectors have been waiting for.
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Ab Ovo (LP)
Cat: HNRLP 018. Rel: 23 Sep 19
  1. Ab Ovo (11:43)
  2. Ground Water (4:11)
  3. Post Mortem (6:16)
  4. Prokrusteen Vuode (4:07)
  5. Suuri Hiljainen Kavelija (5:17)
  6. Horizon (5:26)
  7. Rauha (5:59)
Review: Ilari Larjosto has worked with Austrian Finnish trio Skymax and collaborated with the likes of DJ Fettburger as 358 Men, but now becomes Stiletti Ana for a debut solo record that explores the similarities and differences between synth, kraut, techno, kosmiche and new age ambient. The multidisciplinarian artist has a widescreen cinematic style that will expand your mind to an infinite horizon. This is music with real architecture that invites you deep within to be more attuned to what is unfolding around you.
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Bleaklow (remastered) (limited 2xLP)
Cat: HAFTW 016. Rel: 30 Sep 14
  1. Something To Do With Death
  2. Exposure
  3. Exhumation
  4. Solemn Dedication
  5. Indefinite Ridge
  6. Kirkbymoorside
  7. Iverted Burial
  8. Bleaklow
  9. Bobo Greaves
  10. A Melody Drags Me Back
  11. Ominous Sunset
Review: Bleaklow, Leyland James Kirby's second album under The Stranger alias was originally released back in 2008 through his own V/VM imprint and promptly sold out. As the cult of Kirby has grown over the ensuing years, this reissue courtesy of the artist's more recent label endeavour, History Always Favors The Winners, offers a timely chance to reappraise the album. Newcomers to Bleaklow will find much to soak up in the jaded soundscapes and drone heavy passages that make up the album. Our favourite moments include the sinister tones on "Exhumation", the cavernous beats and synths of "Indefinite Ridge", and the semi-techno structure of "Inverted Burial". Shit hot.
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Cat: BBE 298CLP. Rel: 22 Jul 16
  1. Hillard Street - "River Love" (2:32)
  2. Varetta Dillard - "That's Why I Cry" (2:32)
  3. Damita Jo - "I'll Be There" (2:46)
  4. Jesse James - "Dreams Never Hurt Nobody" (2:17)
  5. Patsie Slater - "A Tear" (2:45)
  6. Kitty White - "I'm Gonna Be A Fool Next Monday" (with Hugo Peretti & His Orchestra) (2:01)
  7. The Gainors - "Tell Him" (2:32)
  8. The Sierras - "I Should Have Loved You" (2:25)
  9. Frank Minion - "How Much Land (Does A Man Need)" (with Howard Biggs & His Orchestra) (2:17)
  10. Dolly Lyon - "Palm Of Your Hand" (2:38)
  11. Brook Benton - "Kiddio" (2:37)
  12. Tony Allen & The Champs - "Nite Owl" (2:44)
  13. Cindy Devereau - "Sing On Baby" (2:16)
  14. The Radiants - "Heartbreak Society" (feat Gene McAlister) (2:31)
  15. Anna King - "The Big Change" (2:42)
  16. Ray Rush - "So What" (2:30)
  17. Johnny Wells - "Lonely Moon" (2:29)
  18. Timi Yuro - "What's A Matter Baby" (2:44)
  19. Simone Dina - "Now I Lay Me Down To Weep" (2:16)
  20. Lew Conetta - "You Got Me Crazy" (2:24)
Review: Destination '70s/'80s Belgium by way of '50s/'60s America and UK: the popcorn soul scene is a thriving subculture that's not dissimilar to the UK's northern soul scene but with much more of an emphasis on the slower, more smouldering big band motif. Here Jay Strongman compiles some of the biggest 45s of the era across this double vinyl collection. From Brook Benton's Bassey-referencing "Kiddio", Damita Jo's famous response to Ben E King "I'll Be There" to the steamy velvet curtain tugging swing of Dolly Lyon's "Palm Of Your Hand", popcorn will instantly resonate with all soul fans while offering a refreshing new context. See you at make out point.
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Live At Expo 58 (LP + 7'')
Cat: LEMALBUM 01. Rel: 04 Dec 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Live At Expo '58 (5:49)
  2. Lalibela (6:38)
  3. Intermezzo I (0:36)
  4. Red Seats Carpets (5:38)
  5. On Air In Five (8:08)
  6. Intermezzo II (0:40)
  7. Midnight Wires (6:16)
  8. Birds Of Paradise (5:57)
Review: The brainchild of Ghent musician Pieter Santens; Studio 58 is the result of almost 10 hours of jams with members of Compro Oro and Big Whoop. Reduced to six pristine grooves and two skits, the final product hits that perfect combination of a warm, loose spirit but fully focused and dynamically arranged. From the wily switch between vibraphone and snaking wah wah guitar on "Red Seats Carpets" to the soft sunrise soul and jazzy swoons of "Midnight Wires" via the chugging club-focused tribal drums and Rodgers-level riffage of "Lalibela", this is a superb and highly immersive work of groove art.
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Played by: LEGO EDIT
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The Blue Hour (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 019029 5642679. Rel: 21 Sep 18
  1. As One (4:07)
  2. Wastelands (5:33)
  3. Mistress (3:29)
  4. Beyond The Outskirts (4:09)
  5. Chalk Circles (1:56)
  6. Cold Hands (3:26)
  7. Life Is Golden (3:59)
  8. Roadkill (2:07)
  9. Tides (4:09)
  10. Don't Be Afraid If Nobody Loves You (4:32)
  11. Dead Bird (0:27)
  12. All The Wild Places (3:14)
  13. The Invisibles (4:09)
  14. Flytipping (6:41)
Review: Music to tingle the more spine chilling tendrils of your soul, this latest album by one of London's greatest ever bands, deliver a third and final instalment in a trilogy of LPs. It follows Bloodsport and Night Thoughts of 2013 and 2016 respectively, with this effort drawing on new adventures in field recordings, spoken word elements and choir. Romanticism and classical are abound too, like the dire classic that is "The Invisibles", helping bring the album to a reflective end, while others like "Life Is Golden" tenderly sways in waves of emotional support and melancholy. It is an cinematic listen through and through, with the Blair Witch beginnings of "Don't Be Afraid If Nobody Loves You" just the start.
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Suicide (LP + insert + photograph)
Cat: SV 109. Rel: 23 Jun 16
  1. Ghost Rider (2:30)
  2. Rocket USA (4:14)
  3. Cheree (3:41)
  4. Johnny (2:08)
  5. Girl (4:04)
  6. Frankie Teardrop (10:19)
  7. Che (4:51)
Review: Alan Vega and Martin Rev's Suicide project is no sideshow; the band have been a monumental part of the punk rock movement since the late 1970's, and they were coldwave before the term had even been coined. These dudes were kickin' back and gigging with Elvis Costello when they conceived Suicide, both their name and the title of their debut album, a total stroke of genius in just about every way. There's fuzzy, metallic drum machining on tracks like "Ghost Rider" and "Rocket USA" - proper warehouse gear - but the most striking moments come through the softer, more pensive songs like the absolutely sublime "Cheree". "Girl" is another jaw-braking ride across the grainiest of beats, but it's "Frankie Teardrop" that puts Suicide twenty years ahead of their time thanks to its rhythmic noise vibe that makes contemporary artists seem irrelevant. We can't recommend this enough - a total must.
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Spaceways (LP)
Cat: ORW 470811O. Rel: 21 Feb 17
  1. Prelude & Shadow-Light World (9:16)
  2. The Wind Speaks (9:06)
  3. We Sing This Song (5:46)
  4. Outer Space Incorporated (9:54)
  5. We Travel The Spaceways (2:27)
Review: Having first made this Sun Ra reissue available in limited quantities for Record Store Day 2016, Org Music has decided to give it a full release. Spaceways showcased material that the spiritual jazz pioneer recorded with his "arkestra" in 1966 and '68, most of which eventually saw the light of day on El Saturn Records in 1974. Given that copies of that particular release are nigh on impossible to find, this reissue is more than welcome. It's as spacey, intergalactic and out there as you'd expect, with the ten-minute "Outerspace Incorporated" - all extended drum solos, cacophonous hand percussion and trippy horn motifs - and groovy "We Travel The Spaceways" being particularly potent.
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Ejector Seat Reservation (limited numbered 180 gram audiophile marbled silver vinyl 2xLP (side 4 etched) + booklet)
Cat: MOVLP 2128C. Rel: 21 Aug 18
  1. Singe Finger Salute (2:02)
  2. Bring Me The Head Of The Fortune Teller (4:42)
  3. The Other Jesus (3:09)
  4. Song Of Jaguar "E" (4:14)
  5. I Am Superman (3:35)
  6. Bubbling Up (4:15)
  7. Ejector Seat Reservation (5:54)
  8. How Does It Feel To Look Like Candy? (3:39)
  9. Last Day On Eath (5:38)
  10. The Birds (8:15)
  11. Maelstrom (bonus track) (4:41)
  12. The Directors Cut Of Your Life (bonus track) (4:38)
  13. Just Sometimes (bonus track) (2:06)
  14. Neon Lights Glow (bonus track) (7:57)
 in stock $25.83
Themes For An Imaginary Film (magenta vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: IDIB 37LP. Rel: 12 Jul 12
  1. Introduction
  2. City Of Dreams
  3. Over The Edge
  4. The Nightshift
  5. Paper Chase
  6. Outside Looking In
  7. Midnight Sun
  8. Thicker Than Blood
  9. A Sort Of Homecoming
  10. Behind The Wheel
  11. Winner Take All
  12. Death Mask
  13. Jackie's Eyes
  14. The Fading Faces
  15. Mind Games
  16. The Maze
  17. Threshold
  18. Flashback
  19. Blood Sport
  20. Survival Instinct
  21. Hall Of Mirrors
  22. Eulogy
  23. The Messenger
  24. Love Theme
  25. Through The Gauntlet
  26. Ghost Town
  27. Cruise Control
  28. Wave Goodbye
  29. Magic Gardens
  30. An Eye For An Eye
  31. The Point Of No Return
  32. Cremation
  33. The Nightshift (reprise)
  34. Memories Are Forever
  35. Echoes Of The Mind
  36. Streets Of Fire
Review: Finally in on triple vinyl! Given the fashion for library music, disco noir and the synth-heavy soundtrack work of Goblin and John Carpenter, it was probably inevitable that Italians Do It Better would dip their toe into cinematic waters at some point. Themes From An Imaginary Film is their contribution to the oeuvre - an all-star collection of melodic synth doodles, atmospheric compositions and faux cinematic themes produced by Chromatics/Glass Candy men Jonny Jewell and Nat Walker. Its 37 tracks are, predictably, impressively evocative, variously recalling sounds and styles previously employed by notable synth composers Vangelis, Jan Hammer, Claudio Simonetti and, of course, John Carpenter.
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 in stock $31.35
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