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Cat: WGVINYL 50. Rel: 19 Sep 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Love Letters From Sicily (9:35)
  2. Hope (John Digweed & Nick Muir remix) (7:38)
Review: Originally featured on their celebratory XV compilation back in 2017, Berlin clubbing institution Watergate have reissued one of the the standout tracks here by Hamburger Matthias Meyer and Berlin's Sebastian Waack aka Ryan Davis. The track "Hope" in its original form was a lush and hypnotic drifter, geared for some life-affirming moments on the dancefloor. The rework featured here by the legendary John Digweed takes the track into much more adrenalised and entrancing territory, with its trance arpeggios and tight rhythm arrangement making for great dancefloor dynamics - but the breathtaking orchestral arrangements of the original are left intact. New track "Love Letters From Sicily" could equally have had a home on All Day I Dream - its ethereal daydream qualities make it perfect for a Sunday afternoon rooftop party downtown.
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Age Of (CD)
Cat: WARPCD 295. Rel: 01 Jun 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Age Of
  2. Babylon
  3. Manifold
  4. The Station
  5. Toys 2
  6. Black Snow
  7. Myriad.Industries
  8. Warning
  9. We'll Take It
  10. Same
  11. Raycats
  12. Still Stuff That Doesn't Happen
  13. Last Known Image Of A Song
Review: Daniel Lapotin's recent rise has been remarkable. Further confirmation of his ascent to international IDM star status arrived via a round of recent interviews to promote Age Of, his 13th album, in which he expressed a desire to record soundtracks for Pixar movies and work with A-list R&B stars. Both of these disparate strands are explored on Age Of, alongside his love of fractured pop, intense and otherworldly electronica, and the kind of grainy, metal-influenced noise more often heard on the releases of one of the album's numerous guest musicians, Dominic Fenrow AKA Purient. One review described the set as bein like a "portfolio" and that's a fair comment; Age Of's greatest strength is the way that it shows off all sides of Lapotin's brilliant musical mind.
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Cat: TR 259. Rel: 22 Nov 18
Funk
  1. Wake Me Up (2:50)
  2. The Penn Walk (2:52)
Review: George E Johnson's "Wake Me Up" is another of those killer funk rarities that very few people know about. It was released at some point in the dim and distant past on C.R.S Records, a deep funk imprint from Philadelphia that will soon be the subject of a Tramp Records compilation. This reissue, then, is something of a teaser for that set. "Wake Me Up" is a suitably heavy number, with George E Johnson delivering an impressively impassioned lead vocal over a fuzzy, intoxicated groove rich in distorted guitars, psychedelic-era Hammond organ licks, snaking sax lines and bustling drum-breaks. B-side "The Penn Walk" strips out Johnson's vocal, allowing the backing band's killer instrumentation to really shine.
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Played by: I Love 45's!
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Dopamine (CD)
Cat: SUCTION 047CD. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Dopamine
  2. Warm Electronics Box
  3. Tracker
  4. Search Path 101
  5. Helium Spheres
  6. Rendezvous Beacon
  7. Those Friday Evenings...
  8. Docking
  9. Pulse Shaper
  10. Floating Waves
  11. Rx.4.a03
  12. Atlas Booster
  13. Frogus Esophagus
Review: A year on from their last deep dive into the unreleased archives of Dutch producer Erik "RX-101" Jong, Suction Records has re-opened the vaults and put together the artist's first ever full-length excursion. As with their previous archival RX-101 releases, all the material on "Dopamine" was recorded between 1997 and '99. It sees the little-known Dutch producer offer up a range of melodious and atmospheric IDM and ambient techno tracks that were massively influenced by the early-to-mid '90s output of Warp Records and the more meditative and luscious works of Richard D James as Aphex Twin and Polygon Window. It's a wonderfully emotive excursion all told; an impeccably produced and impressively sequenced set that should be considered a long lost classic of '90s electronica.
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Cat: SUCTION 033CD. Rel: 17 Nov 15
Electro
  1. Stormens Oga
  2. Svart Magi
  3. Forortsangest
  4. Jag Vet Att Du Vet
  5. Impulskontroll
  6. Granskontroll (CD exclusive)
  7. Under Press
  8. Allting Faller
  9. Ogon I Nacken (CD exclusive)
  10. Antimateria (CD exclusive)
  11. Frater (CD exclusive)
  12. Stalull (bonus track)
  13. Betong (bonus track)
  14. Pulsedisco 1 (bonus track)
  15. Deffad (bonus track)
  16. Pulsedisco 2 (bonus track)
  17. Sam Rakblad (bonus track)
Review: Despite the hard-to-pronounce title, this debut solo album from Scandinavian electro sort Celldod is something of a sparkly treat. For the most part, it sits somewhere between the darker, macabre sound of electro noir (and, on the freakish "Orgen I Neckon", clandestine ambience), and a bolder, more dancefloor-friendly take on the style. His style tends towards the bubbly and undulating, with bold synth lines stretching out across mechanical rhythms, body-popping beats and rolling analogue grooves. This CD version of the album contains a number of bonus cuts, including the horror-fixated, electroclash style darkness of "Frater", and the Drexciyan intensity of "Betong".
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Titanic Rising (cassette)
Cat: SPCS 1232. Rel: 05 Apr 19
Indie
  1. A Lot's Gonna Change (4:27)
  2. Andromeda (4:45)
  3. Everyday (5:12)
  4. Something To Believe (4:50)
  5. Titanic Rising (1:34)
  6. Movies (6:01)
  7. Mirror Forever (5:10)
  8. Wild Time (6:11)
  9. Picture Me Better (3:48)
  10. Nearer To Thee (1:06)
Review: Like a slightly in-tune Nico from her collab with The Velvet Underground, Natalie Mering's vocals have a unique quality to them that shouldn't go unheard. There's an undeniable country music beauty to the notes and instrumentation in both tracks "A Lot's Gonna Change" and "Andromeda", with Mering hitting those high notes more like Father John Misty and Roy Orbison than Dolly Parton. It's here that it becomes obvious why she is such a trusted collaborator with Ariel Pink. Her album as Weyes Blood, "Titanic Rising", dips and dives through a sequence of emotions that from the halfway point soars like a bird in "Everyday" and the Enya-like "Movies" before making its own crescendo down again on "Picture Me Better" and "Nearer to Thee", closing the album with nostalgia-inducing tales.
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Cat: RT 0065CD. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Punk/Hardcore
  1. Prolix
  2. Going Norway
  3. Shoulderblades
  4. Couch Combover
  5. Aibophobia
  6. Salmon Of Knowledge
  7. Akineton
  8. Amygdela
  9. Caveat
  10. Laggard
  11. Prefab Castle
  12. Ereignis
Review: In many ways "Prolix", the opening track of Irish punks Girl Band's sophomore album - is their most symbolic track to date. Not much happens, just a long, whirring, abstract refrain. And that's precisely the point. For almost two-minutes the album isn't doing nothing, but it is lying dormant, waiting to explode back into life. And explode it does, with "Going Norway" setting the bar high in terms of visceral, uncompromising and unforgiving music. Workouts like "Salmon Of Knowledge" recall wall of sound wormholes Liars taking us down in their most guitar heavy periods, with "Laggard" serving to accentuate the fact that these guys really do like to experiment. Scuzzy guitars growing from what sounds like an alarm into something far more immersive, before white noise is cut and we're left with gritty vocals and staccato drums, for a little while at least. Powerful stuff indeed.
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QTX
Cat: 608123 Rel: 15 Apr 16
 
Steel speaker pole for mounting speaker cabinets on bass boxes - 120cm length
Notes: Black steel pole for mounting speaker cabinets on bass boxes that have top hats fitted.
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Cat: PH 45021. Rel: 16 May 19
International
  1. This Is Bolga! (part 1) (3:35)
  2. This Is Bolga! (part 2) (3:53)
Review: German-Ghanaian group the Polyversal Souls have previously collaborated with a number of bands and solo artists from West Africa, so this hook-up with Northern Ghanaian outfit the Bolga All Stars - a collective made up of leading local kologo and frafra-gospel singers and musicians - should not come as much of a surprise. Separated into two parts for the seven-inch release, the track blends the Polyversal Souls' lolloping, late '60s style Afro-funk grooves - complete with fuzzy, period style production - and sharp horn section with glistening guitars, snaking solos and fine vocals from the Bolga All Stars. It's one of the Polyversal Souls' finest releases yet, and that's saying something.
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Cat: POEM 001. Rel: 09 Sep 15
Deep House
  1. Quiet Revenge (5:25)
  2. Sunday Transit (4:52)
  3. Sunday Transit (dub version) (4:55)
Review: Detroit house hero Kai Alce inaugurates People Of Earth with a stellar EP showcasing his knack for the most soulful of modern, Motor City deep house. First up "Quiet Revenge" has that classic Three Chairs kind of vibe; all soulful deepness that this circle and their extended cast of peers have the knack for, complete with smooth Rhodes piano and dusty rhythms. On the flip "Sunday Transit" is a more straight up deep house jam with female vocals shouting out the lowdown loud and clear; wicked groove on this one. The dub version of this surpasses the vocal for those less keen, but why would you! Great start for a label with serious potential.
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Cat: OTON 121. Rel: 23 Jul 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Odds Against Us (5:48)
  2. BC 2 (5:33)
  3. Rhythm Ritual (5:51)
Review: The ever versatile and innovative Martyn goes back to his bass roots again with three explorations into three of the UK's most important offerings to the dancefloor: UKG, D&B and dubstep (the genre in which Martyn first made his name) The title track is an industrial strength two-step vibe-out with gloopy, oily textures around the molten steppy rhythm. "BC 2", meanwhile, takes us back to the late 90s/early 2000s. Think Photek, Johnny L, Source Direct and you're in the right dance. Finally "Rhythm Ritual" takes us back to 2008 with a bright bashy technoid twist on the ever-evolving dubstep schematics. Timeless.
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Nuances De Nuit Vol 1 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NUIT 001. Rel: 16 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. DJ Steaw - "Vertigo" (6:01)
  2. Armless Kid - "Untitled" (5:49)
  3. T Jacques - "Context" (5:51)
  4. E Wan - "Twice" (6:44)
Review: New label Nuances de Nuit kick off in fine style with a various artists 12" that draws on some emergent names to lay out a vision of cross-style dance music that favours the deeper end of the pool. Things get going with an organ-rich house bumper from DJ Steaw that pumps in all the right places, before Armless Kid switches things up with an untitled slice of dynamic, richly layered electro. T. Jacques thumps out a crafty, swinging cut with techy inclinations and oodles of groove, and E. Wan takes things in a more linear, deep techno direction laden with gorgeous synth work and plenty of artful effects processing.
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MH 017 (12")
Cat: MH 017. Rel: 16 May 17
Deep House
  1. Winskill (dub) (7:06)
  2. Duckberg (6:11)
  3. Positive Pressure (5:49)
  4. Crystal Pool (5:01)
  5. 4B (Dab mix) (6:19)
Review: Aquarian Foundation man Chad Thiessen first donned the Neo Image alias two years ago, delivering a pair of hazy, head-in-the-clouds cuts for Pacific Rhythm's second Rhythms of the Pacific EP. While there are few surprises on this debut solo EP, it nevertheless comes packed with the kind of warm, fluid, drifting and emotion-rich gear that Mood Hut does so well. Highlights include the poignant, slowly unfurling deep house dubbiness of "Winskill Dub", the horizontal house bliss of "Positive Pressure" - all hushed, delay-laden drum machine beats, meandering electronics and enveloping chords - and the glistening, freshwater ambience of "4B (Dab Mix)". "Crystal Pool", a barely percussive shuffle through ultra-deep ambient house territory, is also superb.
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Do 4 Me (12")
Cat: LOB 011. Rel: 28 May 15
Bass
  1. Do 4 Me (4:24)
  2. Blue Suede (4:41)
Review: M&P continue to deliver sterling bass dynamite - both on their own label Materials and Redlight's Lobster Boy imprint. This is no exception; with sinewy beats and soulful vocals, it comes on strong like a Deetron cut while its bulbous, ominous subs give it a late '90s Layo & Bushwacka veneer. "Blue Suede" is more tech-minded in its make-up thanks to rolling hi-hats, snares and clipped vocal shots. One for the hands up crew, one for the heads down crew - M&P have delivered something for every occasion right here.
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Cat: KITJEN 009. Rel: 18 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Solar Surfing (8:24)
  2. Native Power (5:35)
  3. Avocado Conception (4:59)
Review: Given that Fantastic Man's last outing on Kitjen, 2016's "Galactic Ecstasy", was one of his more interesting and on-point releases to date, hopes are high for this belated return to the German label. First up in "Solar Surfing", a spacey affair built around stuttering machine drums, intergalactic electronics and a thickset bassline. Acid-fired workout "Native Power" follows, with psychedelic TB-303 lines and minimalist bleeps riding a flowing electro groove, before closing cut "Avocado Conception" sees the Australian combine Balearic-minded synthesizer flourishes and bubbly acid lines with a slower groove. Like the rest of the EP, it's ear pleasing but surprisingly off-kilter.
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Katalox (12")
Cat: IDLE 051. Rel: 19 Apr 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Katalox (6:08)
  2. Del's Kicks (6:10)
Review: Although he's only on his third release to date, Christian Jay is an Idle Hands boy, through and through. This return to the imprint places him in a convenient position, now able to show the world what 'bass' means to him, and exactly how he likes to construct his hybrid cuts. The lead tune "Katalox" is a suave, minimalistic garage stepper with a two-step stance, wrapped in all sorts of airy ambient waves; "Del's Kicks" is a similar sort of groove, this time breaking out yet more percussive glory. Cold, calculated, and utterly excellent.
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Cat: HDB 013. Rel: 24 Mar 11
Deep Dubstep
  1. Street Halo
  2. NYC
  3. Stolen Dog
Review: Repress alert! Wednesday: Hyperdub announce a new three track release from enigmatic producer Burial - his first solo work in four years. Thursday: Said records arrive on Juno doorstep. How's that for service (and secrecy)! The news came just a matter of days after the producer's collaboration with Radiohead front man Thom Yorke and Four Tet arrived on record shelves across the UK and promptly sold out amidst a frenzy of hype. There are three new tracks on offer here, namely "Street Halo", "NYC" and "Stolen Dog". First up "Street Halo" showcases the classic Burial sound; subterranean bass gurgles, trademark clicking beats and barely-there vocal snatches. A sweet childlike vocal pervades the sonic mist on "NYC" while "Stolen Dog" closes out with ethereal vocal harmonies buried deep beneath vinyl crackle. Stunning.
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Cat: GI 109CD. Rel: 20 May 10
Electro House
  1. Elevator Up (intro)
  2. Loss For Words
  3. Formulate
  4. A Product Of The Process
  5. Unknown Caller
  6. Don't Forget To Phone
  7. No One Should Be Living Here
  8. Life-size Image
  9. Take Me Home
  10. Caught A Glimpse
  11. Panoramic
  12. Track 12
Review: Solvent’s fourth artist album, Subject to Shift is an aptly named record, displaying the Toronto based producer’s shift in sound for the project. Known for his hook-laden synth-pop, his latest album, the first in nearly six years, sees the producer moving into a more future acid tinged, angst-riddled place with lots of melancholy and moodiness. Delving deeper and darker than before, Jason Amm, the man behind the alias, deals with much more sombre moods and uses his beloved vocoder less than on his three previous albums. The cute, happy and playful robots made with the pleasant buzz and hums of analogue synthesizers from his last full length, 2004’s Apples & Synthesizers are scarcely present, replaced instead with a mixture of dystopian, acid tinged futurism and bittersweet romantic ache.


Solvent’s bright synth tones are still in effect but tend to operate under new, darker conceits on this record. Tracks like "Formulate" hint at Amm’s previous dancefloor leanings but do so in a much more menacing style with a micro-disco throb and slippery vocoder lead. "Don’t Forget the Phone" wraps an arsenal of dark vocal hooks around a jaunty schaffel beat to convey the paranoia involved within a breakup whilst lead single "Loss For Words" and "Caught A Glimpse" explore Amm’s new world of technology aided melancholy. "Take Me Home" is sinister whilst "Panoramic" finishes the record off in beautiful style. There are still the kind of glistening dancefloor moments of old but unlike his previous releases, Subject to Shift is strewn together by Amm’s heartfelt vocals.


Running with an astute sense and beauty and emotional openness from start to finish, Subject to Shift is arguably Solvent’s finest work to date. It is without question grander and takes the listener to a more rewarding place, but fans of his older material will still be able to appreciate some of its familiarity, whilst also admiring Amm’s artistry growth. Pulled together by live vocals and drenched in its creator’s emotions, Subject to Shift feels, despite being machine-made, wholly human.
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Played by: Resident Advisor
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Cat: 637937 Rel: 23 Jan 17
 
Synth-themed Top Trumps card game
Notes: After the success of the original Vintage Synth Trumps game back in the early 2000's, we're pleased to announce the second edition, the imaginatively titled Vintage Synth Trumps 2.

Containing 52 classic synths, 12 categories, and specially commissioned images, Vintage Synth Trumps 2 is the perfect way for synth-nerds to test their own knowledge and settle synth arguments once and for all.

Playing is easy. Simply divide the cards between the number of players before taking it in turns to read aloud a statistic from your card.

For example, "Oberheim 8-voice - Desirability = 10 out of 10". Everyone then compares the card on the top of their hand and the highest scoring instrument in that category wins that round. The person who ends up with all of the opponent's cards via a combination of skill, knowledge and cunning, wins the game.

Vintage Synth Trumps 2, the perfect synth-fetishist's gift for birthdays, long flights, forum banter, pub quizzes, train journeys, annoying children and general showing-off.
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Cat: GB 1538. Rel: 02 May 17
Jazz
  1. The Schimmel Impromptu (4:34)
  2. Sun Ra Interview With Jez Nelson (Jazz FM, 7th June 1990) (12:08)
Review: In honour of Record Store Day 2017, Gearbox has put together a rather special Sun Ra 7". Cut at 33rpm, the A-side boasts a previously unreleased piano improvisation by the spiritual jazz legend. It's as free-spirited and freaky as you'd expect, but also stunningly beautiful and, at times, impressively jaunty. It may take a few listens to fully comprehend, but it's more than worth the attention. The improvisation was captured during a rare 1990 interview with Jazz FM's Jez Nelson, so it's fitting that a 12-minute excerpt from that chat - featuring Sun Ra explaining some of his spiritual beliefs and approach to composition - can be found stretched out across the B-side. There are only 750 of these floating around, so grab a copy while you can.
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Stratos (12")
Cat: FOKUZ 082. Rel: 08 Apr 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Phaction - "Stratos" (Total Science remix) (5:19)
  2. Malaky, Satl & Silence Groove - "Skyfall" (6:23)
Review: More 20/20 goodness from longstanding Dutch imprint Fokuz. First up is a Total Science refix of Phaction's 2015 liquid vocal workout "Stratos" where the duo add more weight to the drums, space between the elements and big dubby plunges to the bass. Flip for a brand new original from label mainstays Malaky, Sati and Silence Groove. Blessed with breathy vocals, slinky drums and big washy textures, it's a great warm-up device that builds with cinematic effect throughout.
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Cat: EXS 003. Rel: 26 Jul 17
Soul
  1. The Bottle (5:11)
  2. Hooked On Your Love (3:54)
Review: Recorded and originally released in 1999, "The Bottle" has been released twice by Expansion on 12" single and now finally gets its first 7" issue. The song is the most classic Gil Scott Heron song, vocalist Maysa Leak (of British supergroup Incognito) is still the finest contemporary soul singer with a unique voice and all here with the magic of a full Incognito production. It is coupled with "Hooked On Your Love", both songs from the Incognito produced album All My Life'. Another fine rendition of this timeless anthem by one of the all time greats.
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Cat: EGLO 27. Rel: 04 Jul 13
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Got Your Back
  2. Vicious Cycle
  3. Window
  4. Before It's Over
  5. Mapa Bells
  6. What A Life
Review: Dirg Gerner is the faux mysterious side project of Chilean producer FlaKo, who now resides in London after a stint in Berlin. The blue eyed crooning of Gerner was first seen on Eglo offshoot Ho Tep in 2011 and he's subsequently appeared on Kutmah's Worldwide Family compilation for Brownswood Recordings. Fresh from a successful graduation at this year's RBMA in NYC, FlaKo ascends to Eglo under the Dirg Gerner banner with this self titled six track EP that's sung and produced entirely by the artist himself and expands gracefully on the woozy, soulful approach previously seen on that Ho Tep release. It seems that Gerner's the latest London dweller to be welcomed fully into the Eglo fold with hints that he's been fully involved in the forthcoming debut album from label muse Fatima.
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EBO
Cat: LOSTEDITS 001. Rel: 05 Nov 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Jean Claude Gavri - "The Lost Edit"
  2. Moplen - "The Riddum Slave"
Review: The EBO label returns with Seaside Edits don Jean Claude Gavri sharing sides on a 12" with Italian contemporary Moplen that's slightly too vitamin D-infused in tone for the Winter months but will nice up any left leaning discotheque. Any self respecting disco scholar should have no issues IDing the source material here, Gavri taking on the Carly Simon classic "Why" and adding subtle Caribbean disco vibes to proceedings and occasionally dipping into the filters on this extended groove rendition. On the flip "The Riddum Slave" sees Luca Locatelli work similar magic, filling the Grace Jones cut of the near same name with all manner of dub fx, neat loops and hot breaks.
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Cat: DUB 005. Rel: 13 Aug 15
Bass
  1. Indian Time (5:55)
  2. Indian Time (Basic Soul Unit remix) (6:02)
Review: Don't Be Afraid sub-label DBA Dubs pulls out an intriguing single, pitching tastings of Bristol bass, middle-eastern themes and watery tabla rhythms of D-Malice with Canada's house faithful Basic Soul Unit. This D-Malice release, somewhat of a surprise inclusion to the label, follows music by Claws For?, beat fusionist Kelpe, Adjowa and No Corner and Idle Hands artist Lily. Both tracks fit a house tempo and it's the percussion of the original that's the real hook, while BSU's thumping remixing delivers a menacing Vermona kick drum with swathes of heavy, dub techno-spheres. A versatile release.
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Cat: WIGCD 428. Rel: 21 Sep 18
Indie
  1. Again
  2. A Trick Of The Light
  3. Sweet Saviour
  4. Long Time Waiting
  5. Fool
  6. Love Came With All That It Brings
  7. Real Go-Getter
  8. Hold Me Down
  9. Ada
Review: The skittering drums, sweet nihilistic croons and chiming melodies of Dublin three-piece Villagers make it six albums in eight years. It clearly remains, then, that they are sweethearts of the label, and they squeeze everyone's most trusted vital organ once more by romancing our chest plates with numbers like "Again" and "Fool". There are more experimental dream sequences to be heard in tracks like "Love Came With All That It Brings" though, but back on track you'll find the more feel good in "Real Go-Getter" and "Ada". But really it's about the gnarly synth jam that is this album's title track.
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Ye Me Le (7")
Cat: BRZ 45034. Rel: 26 Nov 15
International
  1. Luiz Carlos Vinhas - "Ye Me Le" (2:38)
  2. Golden Boys - "Berimbau" (2:58)
Review: The moment you put that needle down on "Ye Mele" you will know that you've lit a serious firecracker; that bold piano hook and silver harmonies have that instant classic appeal even if you've never heard it. A bona fide Brazilian classic. It's backed by a 68 track from the Golden Boys. A much more introspective fusion of late 60s American folk, Latin and Ennio-style original score music, full attention is arrested right until the stunning crescendo finale.
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Koi Jaye (Edit) (1-sided 12")
Cat: KOIJAYE. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Koy Jaye (edit) (7:41)
Review: There's not a lot of info about this one other than it's a "mysterious" re-edit that's been setting alight the DJ sets of some serious selectors on the European electronic disco underground. Whoever is behind it, and whatever the original source material may be - we've not got a clue - "Koy Jaye" is astonishingly good: a throbbing chunk of glassy-eyed, shirts-off Italo-disco/Bollywood fusion that layers exotic Indian vocals and snaking horn lines over druggy arpeggio style bass and a stomping drum machine rhythm. It's the kind of thing capable of sending dancefloors crazy at four in the morning, and there's always room in the record bag for jams like that.
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Lavender EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BEEY 003. Rel: 20 May 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Xhz - "Jazz 2 Jazz" (10:57)
  2. Jake Flory - "14th Groove" (8:28)
  3. Jake Flory - "Distress" (7:55)
Review: The Beeyou label strikes ahead with its third release, continuing to champion warm, musical deep house from a range of emergent producers. XHZ makes a debut appearance here with the epic "Jazz 2 Jazz", which progresses through a woozy nocturnal mood to wind up in an effervescent, Rhodes-soaked finale. Jake Flory keeps things simmering on the tracky but engaging "14th Groove", before following up with the effortlessly cool chord drops of "Distress". With melodious invention at its heart and the needs of the dancefloor well catered for, the Beeyou crew have delivered another essential package for discerning spinners.
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Sweet Nothing EP (hand-stamped 12" + sticker)
Cat: ARTLESS 2178. Rel: 28 Aug 19
Techno
  1. The Venue (7:51)
  2. Sweet Nothing (7:27)
  3. Cedar Wood (6:19)
  4. Canet 2 (8:12)
Review: Following up some great ones by Mark Archer, Waveguide a.k.a Stereociti and newcomer Vivian Koch, Scottish hi-tech soul engineer Stephen Brown makes a welcome appearance on Berlin imprint a.r.t.less with his idiosyncratic brand of emotive techno. You really can't fault anything by this stalwart of the scene and the Sweet Nothing EP is no exception: from the Detroit style bounce of "The Venue", to the title track which could match anything John Beltran has done in the art of glassy eyed and bittersweet epics. On the flip, we particularly enjoyed the cavernous and glacial chill of dub techno excursion "Cedar Wood".
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Played by: Derek Carr
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