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Kill The Devil
Kill The Devil (7" 再出版)
Cat: CGI 7006. Rel: 29 Sep 20
Classics/Ska
  1. Kill The Devil (3:22)
  2. Bury The Devil (3:36)
Review: Original copies of the original 1978 seven-inch of 12 Tribes Of Israel's debut single are not only hard to find, but also exceedingly expensive on the rare occasions they do come up for sale. This reissue then is well overdue. "Kill The Devil" is that rarest of things: an instrumental roots reggae workout that peppers a dancefloor-friendly groove with fluid piano, Hammond organ and jazz guitar solos. The flipside dub version - re-titled "Bury The Devil" - is also superb, with a stripped-back, reverb-drenched version of the track's killer groove rightly taking pride of place throughout.
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I Like It When You Sleep For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It (reissue)
Cat: UNIJ 3139746. Rel: 14 Oct 20
Indie
  1. The 1975
  2. Love Me
  3. UGH!
  4. A Change Of Heart
  5. She's American
  6. If I Believe You
  7. Please Be Naked
  8. Lostmyhead
  9. The Ballad Of Me & My Brain
  10. Somebody Else
  11. Loving Someone
  12. I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It
  13. The Sound
  14. This Must Be My Dream
  15. Paris
  16. Nana
  17. She Lays Down
  18. A Change Of Heart (demo)
  19. How To Draw
Review: Second time around for the 1975's sophomore set, I Like It When You Sleep For You Are So Beautiful Yet Unaware of It, an album that remains one of the most glossy, eclectic and colourful in their catalogue. Clocking in at just under 80 minutes and 19-tracks deep, it expands on their '80s synth-pop influenced alternative rock sound by throwing in songs that variously doff a cap to Mogwai, mid-'80s INXS, drive time-rock, AM radio AOR, Stevie Nicks' synth-pop era songs, Eno-esque instrumentals, Warp style melodic IDM, gospel, nu-disco and even the rushing cheeriness of piano house. It's big, bold and showy, but also very entertaining.
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Stasis Sounds For Long Distance Space Travel (reissue)
Cat: PITP 39V2. Rel: 08 Oct 20
Ambient/Drone
  1. Stasis Sounds For Long-Distance Space Travel (Stage 1) (6:01)
  2. Stasis Sounds For Long-Distance Space Travel (Stage 2) (6:21)
  3. Stasis Sounds For Long-Distance Space Travel (Stage 3) (5:02)
  4. Stasis Sounds For Long-Distance Space Travel (Stage 4) (10:36)
Review: Past Inside The Present are on a mission to make you slow down and enjoy the now more than we do in modern life. They do so with this latest 12", which features four accompaniment programs "designed to give the stasis user a pleasurable experience in extended hypersleep." This is hi fidelity listening music that is as cathartic and escapist as it comes. Each track is like tuning into and endless continuum of sound that ebbs and flows infinitely. Celestial and delicate, if you can't relax in the company of these then you got real problems.
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Youngblood (reissue)
Youngblood (reissue) (limited CD with obi-strip)
Cat: UNIJ 3139697. Rel: 14 Oct 20
Pop
  1. Youngblood
  2. Want You Back
  3. Lie To Me
  4. Valentine
  5. Talk Fast
  6. Moving Along
  7. If Walls Could Talk
  8. Better Man
  9. More
  10. Why Won't You Love Me
  11. Woke Up In Japan
  12. Empty Wallets
  13. Ghost Of You
  14. Monster Among Men
  15. Meet You There
  16. Babylon
  17. When You Walk Away
  18. Best Friend
  19. Midnight
Review: Aussie outfit 5 Seconds of Summer were already well established when they released Youngblood in 2018, but the album helped move them to another level of fame and popularity altogether. As this Universal Japan reissue proves, the set is still their most polished and well-rounded to date. It expanded on their original pop-rock sound by drawing more on the post-EDM dance-pop sound that was then, as now, dominating airplay and sales charts worldwide. There are still some gnarled guitars accompanying their boyband style group vocals, but they don't dominate the sound space like they once did. Instead, you'll hear more beats, instrumentation and sonic effects more often associated with chart-bound R&B, Calvin Harris and their former touring buddies, One Direction.
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Seaside Tune
Seaside Tune (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MLPHEP 08. Rel: 05 Oct 20
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Floral Rhythm (4:32)
  2. Seaside Tune (4:45)
  3. Blues 909 (3:42)
  4. Heartbeat (4:56)
  5. Message From Library (4:17)
  6. Mosaic Xylos (4:21)
Review: .Mikhail Khvasko has been painting a vivid, sunkissed picture of Balearic bliss with his A Vision Of Panorama project since it first emerged on Mellophonia back in 2016. As the nights start to draw in, this latest drop is just what you need to escape to an imagined coastal idyll where the sun never sets. From the steady groove of 'Floral Rhythm' to the gentle skank of 'Seaside Tune' this is immaculately rendered feel-good music rendered in plush synths with an unmistakable 80s finish. There are beats to be enjoyed on 'Blues 909', but you've never heard the totemic techno machine sound as smooth and mellow as it does right here.
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La Linea Negra
La Linea Negra (hand-numbered CD limited to 60 copies)
Cat: LONTANOSCD 15. Rel: 30 Sep 20
Ambient/Drone
  1. La Linea Negra
Review: Lontano Series' latest presentation, La Linea Negra, was born out of a trip producer and sound recordist AB Uno made to the Santa Marta area in Colombia. Deep in the Amazonian rainforest, he spent some days staying with a family from the native tribe of Arhuaco. The result is a superbly atmospheric, 25-minute piece that sees him later his own pulsing ambient electronics, Arhuaco voices and occasional tribal drum rhythms atop evocative field recordings of village life and the natural world that surrounds them. It's a breathtakingly atmospheric and evocative affair blessed with a genuine sense of time and place, as if you're eavesdropping on life in a remote corner of South America while sustained, slowly changing ambient chords ebb and flow across the sound space.
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Ishtar
Ishtar (LP)
Cat: DDDLP 4. Rel: 07 Oct 20
Deep Dubstep
  1. We Nuh Pay (feat Killa P, long Range & Crowell) (3:25)
  2. Ishtar (2:46)
  3. Behind Closed Eyes (3:21)
  4. Lunatic (feat D Double E) (4:12)
  5. Nightmares (4:20)
Review: Tyler Myroon AKA Abstrakt Sonance has released some of his most potent music since joining Truth's Deep, Dark and Dangerous label, so hopes are naturally high for this first missive for the imprint in two years. Title track 'Ishtar' is particularly potent, with the self-proclaimed "bass music force" wrapping clandestine chords and creepy melodies around punishing dubstep drums and gargantuan sub-bass. The EP's other instrumental cuts, 'Behind Closed Eyes' and 'Nightmares', offer deeper and hazier variations on a similarly bold and aggressive theme, while the two vocal cuts - and in particular opener 'We Nuh Pay', where Killa P, Long Range and Crowell trade verses - sound like future party-starting classics.
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Howweryuu
Howweryuu (12")
Cat: RESEARCH 001. Rel: 12 Oct 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Howweryuu (6:06)
  2. Apexxx North (6:14)
  3. Collection Of Noises (6:40)
  4. Extra Processing (3:05)
  5. Loosen The Moorings (3:29)
Review: After some great ones by Desert Sound Colony and label co-heads Alec Falconer and Tiago Walter, Ba Dum Tish are back with another curious release by the enigmatic Active Research. It's the sound of the '90s underground on the A side, with the dark drum & bass epic 'Howweryuu' and its Optical / Alex Reece influence, followed by the UK electronica throwback sounds on 'Apexxx North'. On the flip, things take a more abstract turn on the deep and dystopian electro bass journey "Collection Of Noises" followed by the sublime ambient bliss of "Loosen The Moorings".
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Karma & Desire
Karma & Desire (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 271. Rel: 23 Oct 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Fire & Light (1:15)
  2. Angels Pharmacy (feat Zsela) (4:40)
  3. Remembrance (feat Zsela) (2:41)
  4. Reverend (3:02)
  5. Leaves Against The Sky (4:34)
  6. Save (5:05)
  7. VVY (feat Sampha) (2:37)
  8. XRAY (3:31)
  9. Gliding Squares (3:07)
  10. Many Seas, Many Rivers (feat Sampha) (8:09)
  11. Loveless (feat Aura T-09) (4:40)
  12. Public Life (feat Vanessa Benelli Mosell) (3:59)
  13. Fret (1:25)
  14. Loose (feat Christel Well) (4:19)
  15. Turin (feat Aura T-09) (7:13)
  16. Diamond X (3:51)
  17. Walking Flames (feat Sampha) (4:10)
Review: The seventh album from South London-based producer and experimental maverick Darren Cunningham and it's a beauty. The last time we heard from him, in 2018, he was collaborating with the London Contemporary Orchestra and improvising a score for a Stockhausen opera and he's taken an element of that work with him and married it to disorientating, otherworldly electronics. 'Karma & Desire' has a real feel of escapism, almost to the extent of feeling like an out of body experience, as dislocated and disembodied melodies float around in the ether. There are the first proper vocal collaborations he's undertaken here, but the two tracks are no pop bangers, songstress Zsela's efforts sounding more like some beguiling abstract poetry. Travelling further and further, creatively, from the normal environs of dancefloor culture, he's not lost any of his spellbinding musicality or sonic storytelling skills.
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Karma & Desire
Cat: ZENCD 271. Rel: 23 Oct 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Fire & Light
  2. Angels Pharmacy (feat Zsela)
  3. Remembrance (feat Zsela)
  4. Reverend
  5. Leaves Against The Sky
  6. Save
  7. VVY (feat Sampha)
  8. XRAY
  9. Gliding Squares
  10. Many Seas, Many Rivers (feat Sampha)
  11. Loveless (feat Aura T-09)
  12. Public Life (feat Vanessa Benelli Mosell)
  13. Fret
  14. Loose (feat Christel Well)
  15. Turin (feat Aura T-09)
  16. Diamond X
  17. Walking Flames (feat Sampha)
Review: The seventh album from South London-based producer and experimental maverick Darren Cunningham and it's a beauty. The last time we heard from him, in 2018, he was collaborating with the London Contemporary Orchestra and improvising a score for a Stockhausen opera and he's taken an element of that work with him and married it to disorientating, otherworldly electronics. 'Karma & Desire' has a real feel of escapism, almost to the extent of feeling like an out of body experience, as dislocated and disembodied melodies float around in the ether. There are the first proper vocal collaborations he's undertaken here, but the two tracks are no pop bangers, songstress Zsela's efforts sounding more like some beguiling abstract poetry. Travelling further and further, creatively, from the normal environs of dancefloor culture, he's not lost any of his spellbinding musicality or sonic storytelling skills.
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Karma & Desire
Karma & Desire (limited clear vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 271X. Rel: 23 Oct 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Fire & Light (1:15)
  2. Angels Pharmacy (feat Zsela) (4:40)
  3. Remembrance (feat Zsela) (2:41)
  4. Reverend (3:02)
  5. Leaves Against The Sky (4:34)
  6. Save (5:05)
  7. VVY (feat Sampha) (2:37)
  8. XRAY (3:31)
  9. Gliding Squares (3:07)
  10. Many Seas, Many Rivers (feat Sampha) (8:09)
  11. Loveless (feat Aura T-09) (4:40)
  12. Public Life (feat Vanessa Benelli Mosell) (3:59)
  13. Fret (1:25)
  14. Loose (feat Christel Well) (4:19)
  15. Turin (feat Aura T-09) (7:13)
  16. Diamond X (3:51)
  17. Walking Flames (feat Sampha) (4:10)
Review: The seventh album from South London-based producer and experimental maverick Darren Cunningham and it's a beauty. The last time we heard from him, in 2018, he was collaborating with the London Contemporary Orchestra and improvising a score for a Stockhausen opera and he's taken an element of that work with him and married it to disorientating, otherworldly electronics. 'Karma & Desire' has a real feel of escapism, almost to the extent of feeling like an out of body experience, as dislocated and disembodied melodies float around in the ether. There are the first proper vocal collaborations he's undertaken here, but the two tracks are no pop bangers, songstress Zsela's efforts sounding more like some beguiling abstract poetry. Travelling further and further, creatively, from the normal environs of dancefloor culture, he's not lost any of his spellbinding musicality or sonic storytelling skills.
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ADDAC System ADDAC605 VC Spectral Tilt Module (black faceplate)
Cat: 791268 Rel: 08 Oct 20
 
VC spectral tilt module
Notes: Two-channel spectral tilt filter with simple single-knob control and CV input. Adjust the frequency balance by turning the knob to emphasise highs or lows. Simple but effective way to add movement or stereo width.

Supplier's Notes:
The TILT EQ concept was first introduced in the 1970's by Quad Ltd, featured on the company's model 34 preamplifier.

The tilt control tilts the frequency spectrum of the audio signal by simultaneously boosting the treble and cutting the bass frequencies, or vice versa, making it a simple to use but powerful EQ.

As stated by Quad Ltd, it was designed to produce a very gradual change in balance across the musical spectrum without changing the overall subjective level.

This gradual fall from Bass to Treble, or vice versa, means there's no sudden change and hence no 'coloration' added to the sound, the sound will remain entirelly natural but with a slight added bottom or high end. In practice, it rotates most of the audio-range frequency response around a 1Khz axis, so as to change the overall balance of the sound from warm to cool without affecting either the apparent volume or the "color" of the sound.

Here this idea is introducedinto the modular world in a stereo configuration.

CV input with attenuverter was added for the Tilt control as well as a Spectral Motion switch that allows stereo spectral matching or inverted spectrum use of the Tilt control: Left=Right matches both channels direction, i.e. when left channel is tilted to the low end the right channel will also be tilted to the low end

Left Right inverts the Right channel spectrum, i.e. when left channel is tilted to the low end the right channel will be inverselly tilted to the high end, or vice-versa.

This possibility is extremmelly interesting when applied as a stereo effect, in other words a spectral EQ panner. This module will also be available as a full DIY kit.

Specs:
4Hp
4.5cm deep
40mA on each rail
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My People (Love Can Live Forever)
Cat: AMF 004. Rel: 20 Oct 20
Deep House
  1. My People (Love Can Live Forever) (5:02)
  2. My People (Love Can Live Forever) (dub mix) (5:01)
Review: Get your hands in the air and wave them about like you just don't care, because this is exactly the sort of tune that will make you do that. It's built on huge old school referencing breakbeats, with just as retro piano chords layered over the top. Add in some twitchy acid sounds, slamming drums and a lung-busting diva vocal and you have an irresistible, festival sized house anthem that will unite all dancers in raptures. On the flip is a dub for those who like something slightly more subtle, but it still bangs like a heavyweight with her back against the ropes.
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Selected Transmissions From The Pyramid
Selected Transmissions From The Pyramid (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: KNOE 10/1. Rel: 28 Sep 20
Electro
  1. Lark
  2. Realignment
  3. Monday Night Blues
  4. Bomb Site
  5. Welcome To The Future 2012
  6. Spaceman
  7. Welcome
  8. Sub Aquatic Dialogue
Review: For Those That Know step up with another exquisite choice of underground hero to boost with a retrospective release - ADJ. Andy Jaggers has been a lynchpin to the UK electro scene since the 90s, and his Pyramid Transmissions label (run with Pathic) is rightly lauded and unsurprisingly hard to get hold of after release. This release gathers together some of Jaggers' finest work from recent years, including some previously unreleased tracks and highly sought after album cuts that have been out of reach for too long already. If you want high grade, forward thinking electro with a braindance tint, this is an album you won't want to miss.
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Tell Me Baby
Cat: ATH 088. Rel: 01 Oct 20
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Tell Me Baby (3:54)
  2. I Remember (4:01)
Review: Back in June, a copy of Akira Freeze's hitherto unknown single 'Tell Me Baby' appeared on an online auction site and ended up selling for well over $2,000. It sparked Athens of the North boss Euan Fryer into action, as he tracked down the rights to the record in order to reissue it. Little information exists about the record, but we can confirm that it is utterly beguiling. A-side 'Tell Me Baby' is superb, with slick, soulful lead vocals rising above squelchy synth-bass, spacey chords, luscious electronic melodies, twinkling keyboard solos and unfussy drums. Flipside 'I Remember', an even more intergalactic-sounding affair, is arguably even better, making this a very desirable 45.
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The Movement EP
The Movement EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SELBLM. Rel: 05 Oct 20
Deep House
  1. Kai Alce - "Hear The Waves" (5:28)
  2. Demuir - "Furacao Dento" (7:15)
  3. Nick Holder - "America" (6:28)
  4. 83 West - "My Sound (redux)" (6:56)
Review: All proceeds and profits from this new drop on Selections will be donated to Black Lives Matter charities, making it an even more appealing offer beyond the sheer quality of the house heads gathered together here. The mighty Kai Alce leads the charge with the sweet and bumping 'Hear The Waves', which is followed up by the punchy but warm 'Furacao Dento' by Demuir. Nick Holder opens the B side up with a killer slice of broken beat house, all crooked percussion locked into a deep, rolling groove. 83 West finishes the record off with a teasing, slow-release heater that keeps the energy simmering throughout - a masterfully executed cut to hold the dancefloor under a spell.

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Alessandro Alessandroni
  1. Invention (2:20)
  2. Flautiana (2:26)
  3. Richiamo (2:59)
  4. Discovery (2:40)
  5. Flautando In Tre (2:21)
  6. Evolution (2:30)
  7. La Collina Del'amore (2:06)
  8. Giovane Flirt (3:28)
  9. Acque Azzurre (2:08)
  10. Acque Azzurre (2:06)
  11. Acque Azzurre (1:23)
  12. Altalena Sull'acqua (2:05)
  13. Cielo Giallo (1:47)
  14. On The Boat (1:49)
Review: The real diggers out there will know this Italian library music soundtrack is a super hard to find album and another one often considered a Holy Grail by those in the know. Better known as the FARFALLA album (which means The Butterfly and is a nod to the fantastic artwork) it is a widescreen jazz opus taking in easy listening, gazing out of a window fare as well as more complex and challenging Psychedelia, with scat vocals and lounge grooves also featuring. It first came in 1971 on SR Records but has been almost impossible to find since. Do not miss.
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Get Yourself Some
Cat: JAL 333V. Rel: 01 Oct 20
Funk/Reissues
  1. Get Yourself Some (2:55)
  2. I'm On It (feat Dr Syntax & Skunkadelic) (3:11)
Review: Jalepeno continues to offer-up must-have singles from the Allergies most recent - and, in our view, most impressive - album, Say The Word. This double A-side "45" features two of that set's most impactful cuts. On the A-side you'll find 'Get Yourself Some', a bustling vocal funk workout laden with gnarly funk-rock guitars, punchy horn blasts, bluesy harmonica motifs and wild Hammond organ licks. On the reverse, mic men Dr Syntax and Skunkadelic lend a hand on 'I'm On It', where the pair's deep-throated raps ride an Incredible Bongo Band style groove punctuated with jaunty sax lines and heavy organ riffs.
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Lofi Dimensions
Lofi Dimensions (180 gram transparent white splattered vinyl LP limited to 250 copies)
Cat: POST 014WHITEPINK. Rel: 16 Oct 20
Post Rock/Experimental
  1. Under A Warm Rain (2:23)
  2. Moms (3:00)
  3. Potted Plants (2:07)
  4. Simple Bliss (2:32)
  5. Retreat (2:09)
  6. Ever Last (2:41)
  7. Short Walk Through Memories (1:59)
  8. Hound Dog (0:42)
  9. Ride With You (2:13)
  10. Can't Hurt Me (2:20)
  11. Rolling Fields (2:29)
  12. Alien Afternoon (0:53)
  13. Standing In The Sun (2:58)
  14. A New Hope (2:55)
Review: Traditionally the liner notes of an album take on a kind of third-party address, where a writer is delivering their thoughts about how an album makes them feel without breaching that space where they are representing themselves or the moment in time directly to the reader. The goal is typically a kind of timelessness, but as we live in unprecedented times, unconventional methods take on new life, and hopefully importance. In the spirit of that idea... man, is this the kind of album we all need right now. So many of us feel like we're constantly walking a tightrope, are feeling like we can't unwind, are in genuine need of a few moments of respite. Every so often an album emerges from an artist that most likely did not realize when they were composing how timely the results would be, and Lofi Dimensions is exactly that kind of record. It doesn't really matter why it's coming when it is, what's important is that it's here, offering peace to the perturbed and inspiration for the downcast. The American Dollar have long been one of those artists operating in a kind of middle ground, a band with a long history of creating moving instrumental rock that has somehow avoided ever becoming synonymous with modern American post-rock acts. They retain a sort of autonomy in a valued position just outside the boundaries of classification. Blending electronic textures with moving guitar and keyboard melodies, their music has always traveled somewhere in the spaces between trip-hop, electronic, post-rock and ambient, and this inability to be defined is ultimately what sets them apart from the trappings of genre, allowing them to be whatever they want The American Dollar to be in a given moment, always on their terms.
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LCR 003
LCR 003 (12")
Cat: LCR 003. Rel: 07 Oct 20
Bass
  1. Amor Satyr - "Hohohoi" (3:12)
  2. Soreab - "Cave Walk" (3:51)
  3. Mala Femmina aka DJ Tess - "Ruff" (5:29)
  4. Soreab - "Cave Walk" (Cando remix) (4:45)
Review: Le Chatroom's latest multi-artist offering successfully showcases a string of up-and-coming artists whose music joins the dots between UK funky and a wide variety of global rhythms. Check first Soreab's richly percussive, sub-heavy and smoky 'Cave Walk', a dark, drum-driven excursion which Cando later turns into a more carnival-ready, sweat-soaked workout that sounds tailor-made for peak-time dancefloors. Amor Satyr also impresses with the hard-to-pigeonhole post-dubstep drum science of 'Hohohoi', which sounds like Digital Mystikz jamming with a bunch of Indonesian musicians, while UK funky starlet DJ Tess dons he Mala Femmina alias for the skittish, sub-heavy weightiness of 'Ruff'. Impressive stuff.
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Get On The Funk Train
Cat: NER 24858. Rel: 19 Oct 20
Funky/Club House
  1. Get On The Funk Train (Louie Vega original mix) (10:41)
  2. Get On The Funk Train (Michael Gray & Mark Knight remix) (5:51)
  3. Get On The Funk Train (Todd Terry Freeze mix) (6:04)
Review: Hot on the heels of her excellent Chapters of Beginning retrospective, Anane offers up something even more righteous: a storming cover of Munich Machine's 1977 disco epic 'Get On The Funk Train'. On the A-side you'll find the original mix by Anane's other half, Louie Vega, which brilliant layers mazy synth solos, undulating orchestration and her powerful vocals on top of a driving, house-style disco groove. It's a killer cover all told, offering a faithful update that should delight all disco heads. Over on the flip, Michael Gray and Mark Knight reach for the synth-bass on a smoother disco-house version, before Todd Terry drops some instant excitement via a sweaty, beefed up loop-house revision.
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Dolphins Have Sex For Pleasure
Cat: BP 014. Rel: 01 Oct 20
Drum And Bass
  1. Crystalz (5:56)
  2. Crystalz (Diamante mix) (6:00)
  3. Dance Like Dolphin (5:18)
  4. Dance Like Dolphin (Jay remix) (5:56)
Review: Fresh from her debut on Super Drama, Angel D'Lite returns with her Banoffee Pie debut 'Dolphins Have Sex For Pleasure'. Great title, beautiful sounds as Angel runs the hardcore gauntlet on 2020 blades... Within seconds of the breakbeat kicking in, 'Crystals' will realign your chakras while Diamante gets all floatation tank on you with a subversive downbeat remix. Flip for 'Dance Like A Dolphin', an equally ravey piece of hi-NRG dynamite laced with breaks and surging synths and occasional forays in juicy jungle techno 4x4s before Jay strips everything back to reveal a stern and dubby slice of deep house. Go bananas.
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Thief Of Sanity
Thief Of Sanity (limited hand-numbered 12" 再出版)
Cat: BT 45. Rel: 06 Oct 20
Electro
  1. Ojo De Las Grayas (5:30)
  2. Blind Submission (6:06)
  3. Toque Mortal (6:48)
  4. Thief Of Sanity (7:09)
Review: Central Processing Unit aside, is there a more on-point 21st century electro and IDM label than Brokntoys? The label has certainly been in form for a long time, and the imprint's latest EP - a first Brokntoys outing from Rotterdam duo Animistic Beliefs - is another cracker. They set the tone with the driving, acid-flecked soundscape electro treat "Ojo De Las Grayas", a track we can imagine sound-tracking intergalactic spaceship chases in an otherworldly sci-fi movie, before reaching for a plethora of dark and psychedelic noises on the dense, techno-tinged and acid-powered "Blind Submission". The pair peppers a crunchy, ghetto-tech style beat with alien-sounding electronic noises on "Toque Mortal", while title track "Thief of Sanity" boasts creepy chords and chilling melodies that reminded us of "Laura Palmer's Theme".
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Played by: Lee Holman
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Rollover Edit Service Vol 5
Cat: ROLL 005. Rel: 13 Oct 20
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Enzo (Lele Sacchi rework) (5:56)
  2. Giorgia (Jack Torsani edit) (5:56)
  3. Espresso (Nathan Joy edit) (10:08)
  4. The Duke Arrives (Pyramiden rework) (6:13)
Review: The Rollover Edit series from Anything Goes reaches volume number 5 with four more fantastic reworks that cover plenty of ground. Lele Sacchi serves up a a folk and Americana tinged version of 'Enzo' that is new age and organic. Jack Torsani takes 'Giorgia' into disco territory with big choruses and crashing hits all forming a strident groove while 'Espresso' delivers a direct caffeine hit in rolling disco form. The best might be saved for last, though, because 'The Duke Arrives (Pyramiden rework)' is a high speed police chase with funky bass and bristling grooves that are alive with great samples.

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Apogee Symphony Desktop Audio Interface
Cat: 762366 Rel: 13 Oct 20
 
audio interface
Notes: This desktop version of Apogee's high-end Symphony interface offers the same pristine sound quality found in the flagship Symphony I/O Mk II, but in a more compact form factor.

Supplier's Notes:
Symphony Desktop for Mac and Windows packs the legendary sound quality of Apogee's rack-mount Symphony I/O Mk II into an elegant and inspiring 10x14 audio interface that sits on your desk and fits in your bag. With Symphony Desktop, musicians and producers are empowered to record, overdub and mix with the music industry's most respected AD/DA converters and mic preamps.

By combining superior performance, with new features like mic preamp emulation, the Apogee Channel FX plugin and ultra low latency recording with hardware DSP and Apogee native FX plugins, Symphony Desktop will amplify your creativity in your studio or on the go and give your recordings the Apogee sound quality Advantage.

Symphony Desktop not only delivers the music industry's most sought after and respected sound quality with its Symphony I/O Mk II pedigree, it offers the inspiring and elegant usability of the iconic Apogee Duet and Quartet.

Apogee FX Plugins included with Symphony Desktop:

Symphony EQ - Native and hardware versions
Symphony Compressor - Native and hardware versions
Symphony Reverb - Native version

Mic Preamp Emulations included with Symphony Desktop:

British Solid State - Class A console sound - Inspired by the Marinar "Round can" input transformer and discrete transistor design of the Class A Neve 1066 mic preamp.
American Tube - Lush, 50s Tone - This emulation offers the lush, larger-than-life sounds of the 50s era Ampex 601 preamp, carefully restored and modded for lower noise and greater dynamic range.

In the Box:

Symphony Desktop
12V DC power supply
USB Type C to A cable
USB Type C to C cable
Quick start guide
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Loop Research
Loop Research (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TRM 002. Rel: 05 Oct 20
Techno
  1. Brood (7:12)
  2. Disclosure (6:55)
  3. Pollen (10:08)
  4. Samsara (5:22)
Review: Trauma Collective returns with four cuts of decidedly hypnotic and abstract techno from ever-prolific ASC. Rounding out the last decade with a string of stand-out releases on his own imprint, Auxiliary, the San Diego producer brings his cerebral sonic aesthetic to the fledgling Madrid label. "Loop Research" showcases a singular artist unbound by tempo and at the top of their game.




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No Time County 001
Cat: NTC 001. Rel: 22 Oct 20
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Asper Bothrops - "Track 21" (9:59)
  2. Robin Odell - "Backwash" (intro) (5:52)
  3. Rudoh - "Energi" (5:48)
Review: When announcing the launch of his new label No Time County, Robin Ordell said it would focus on tracks that, "bring a feeling of elegance to the dancefloor". There's certainly plenty of polished, slick and ear-pleasing to be found on the label's inaugural release, a multi-artist affair featuring a trio of minimalistic tech-house tracks. Ordell joins forces with Bruno Schmidt as Asper Bothrops on opener 'Track 21', a gently acid-flecked affair built around deep sub-bass, crunchy drums and addictively fuzzy organ stabs. He showcases his own brand of solo elegance on the similarly deep, TB-303-powered hypnotism of 'Backwash (Intro)', before Rudoh steals the show via the rolling, densely layered percussion, locked-in sub-bass and dreamy pads of closing cut 'Energi'.
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Homespun
Homespun (LP)
Cat: TARTALB 014. Rel: 20 Oct 20
Deep House
  1. Homespun (feat Ajnascent) (3:35)
  2. The Yancey (4:29)
  3. Moreira (2:57)
  4. Mezzanine (feat Mirek) (7:30)
  5. Look At You (feat Ajnascent & Eyal Lovett) (2:59)
  6. Elysia (feat Ajnascent) (3:02)
  7. Slow Poke Flagne (4:00)
  8. Taking Care Of Business (album cut) (3:51)
  9. MoStLy GhOsTlY (3:14)
  10. Viktor's Meditation (5:22)
Review: Deep house stalwart Glenn Astro returns with a deeply personal collection of tracks, once again for Copenhagen's Tartelet Records. Of Homespun, Astro has stated that he deliberately deviated down a different sonic path for his sophomore album, with no vintage sounds, references or samples, opting instead for "futuristic sound design and song structures." The album was produced in less than three months, and while it's quite the departure from the dusty lo-fi house sounds he helped popularise a few years back, it is undoubtedly an impressive evolution of his sound. Highlights were the low slung urban soul of the title track (featuring the lovely vocals of Ajnascent), the foggy IDM stylings of 'Mezzanine' (feat Mirek) to the dismantled electro of 'Slow Poke Flagne' and the blunted offworld beats of 'MoStLy GhOsTlY'.
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Ginger Biscuit (reissue)
Ginger Biscuit (reissue) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SG 05 RP20. Rel: 28 Sep 20
Techno
  1. Ginger Biscuit (4:52)
  2. Long Player (8:12)
  3. Shimmer (6:37)
  4. U Be Dick (6:23)
Review: Aubrey's status as a pillar of underground UK techno comes into focus with this reissue of a 1995 classic from the Solid Groove archives. 'Ginger Biscuit' is a riotous party starter, riding a funked up loop and feverish percussion to make for techno perfection. 'Long Player' is a trippier affair awash with heavy reverb, pads and submerged acid bleeps. 'Shimmer' goes even further out with some shimmering dub techno chords riding elongated filter sweeps for pure eyes closed transcendence. 'U Be Dick' seals the deal with a micro-dub excursion that nudges towards house territory with soaring synth strings to boot. Seminal stuff.
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Sleeze Funk EP
Cat: SHFIMPR 006. Rel: 29 Sep 20
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Sleeze Funk (6:50)
  2. Break (6:47)
  3. Jazz Sunrise (6:44)
  4. Buddy's Groove (6:37)
Review: 2020 marks the 30th anniversary of Allen "Aubrey" Saei's first 12" release as Panic. Because of this, it seems a fitting time for the long-serving techno producer to return with his first solo single for two years. He begins by wrapping delay-laden synth stabs and tipsy chords around a heavyweight bassline and crunchy machine drums on 'Sleeze Funk', before further exploring dub-tinged alien techno pastures on the similarly impressive 'Break'. B-side opener 'Jazz Sunrise' expertly combines driving drums and insanely weighty bass with drowsy deep house chords and jazzy synth flourishes, while 'Buddy's Groove' is on off-key trip into strange (but brilliant) loop-house/deep techno fusion.
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Audio Technica ATH-M50X Limited Edition Professional Studio Monitor Headphones (purple & black)
Notes: As the most critically acclaimed model in the M-Series line, the ATH-M50 is praised by top audio engineers and pro audio reviewers year after year. Now, the ATH-M50x professional monitor headphones feature the same coveted sonic signature, with the added feature of detachable cables. From the large aperture drivers, sound isolating earcups and robust construction, the M50x provides an unmatched experience for the most critical audio professionals.

Critically acclaimed M-Series professional monitor headphones deliver accurate audio and outstanding comfort, perfect for long sessions in the studio and on the go. Contoured earcups seal tight for excellent sound isolation, with minimal bleed. And the pro-grade materials are durable, yet comfortable. Find out why online reviewers, top audio engineers, and cult followers agree, M-Series is an unmatched combination of audio and build-quality that gets the job done. Hour after hour, year after year.

Type: Closed-back dynamic
Driver Diameter: 45 mm
Magnet: Neodymium
Voice Coil: CCAW (Copper-clad aluminum wire)
Frequency Response: 15 - 28,000 Hz
Maximum Input Power: 1,600 mW at 1 kHz
Sensitivity: 99 dB
Impedance: 38 ohms
Weight: 285 g (10 oz), without cable and connector
Cable: Interchangeable cables: detachable 1.2 m - 3.0 m (3.9' - 9.8') coiled cable, detachable 3.0 m (9.8') straight cable and detachable 1.2 m (3.9') straight cable
Accessories Included: Protective carrying pouch, 6.3 mm (1/4") screw-on adapter
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Isolation Tapes 1
Cat: GRU 108. Rel: 29 Sep 20
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Introspection (feat Polarbear) (5:56)
  2. Stellar (6:14)
  3. Obsession (feat Eli & Fur) (7:02)
Review: More tough rolling tech house with The White Isle in mind (quarantine style, of course) on the ever reliable Gruuv imprint. Label head honchos Audiojack take over for this one, fittingly titled Isolation Tapes 1.The music takes a much different turn than expected over the EP's three tracks: from the tunnelling back room dub of 'Introspection' (feat Polarbear) to the slinky and hypnotic trance inflections of the utterly euphoric 'Stellar' on the flip, which is followed by a collaboration with ascendant London-based duo Eli & Fur on 'Obsession' that goes for an early '90s Chicago vibe in the vein of Larry heard et al.
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Chronos
Chronos (LP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: PITPV 018. Rel: 28 Sep 20
Ambient/Drone
  1. Aufbruch (2:43)
  2. Future Memories (3:51)
  3. Tempora (6:09)
  4. Chronos (6:58)
  5. Reprise (3:14)
  6. Ruhe (9:44)
  7. Abschied (5:50)
Review: Super Spicy is a new Mexican label committing some serious heaters to wax. Helmed by Monsieur Von Pratt, the label boss himself sets the tone with opening track 'Forever Funk' on this various artists 12". The vibe is clear from the outset - classic disco-flavoured house music with oodles of soul and good vibes by the bucketload. Igor Gonya & Crack D get busy with the filters on 'Two-Piece Orchestra' and The Funk District take a more delicate edit approach to stomping peak-time burner 'Watcha Gonna Do'. Paul Older's 'Love' is the perfect swooning closer to the record, romantic and triumphant in equal measure for a proper hand-waving release of energy.
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Sign
Sign (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 329. Rel: 16 Oct 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. M4 Lema (8:43)
  2. F7 (5:47)
  3. Si00 (5:30)
  4. Esc Desc (4:50)
  5. Au14 (5:05)
  6. Metaz Form8 (5:59)
  7. Sch Mefd 2 (5:25)
  8. Gr4 (3:16)
  9. Th Red A (6:33)
  10. Psin AM (6:17)
  11. R Cazt (7:16)
Review: So, how long have you been waiting for this one to drop? The answer really depends on two things - whether you've just been waiting for new long form material from the UK IDM legends Autechre, or whether you've been waiting for Autechre to put a proper album together that stays true to the principles and format of a 'proper album', as this does.

Either way let's just say Signs has been some time in the making, and it's definitely a case of payoff for patience. For the most part it's the waves of space age melody that really stand out, tracks like 'Esc Desc' seem to fill the room with bands of sci-fi harmony. Of course there's plenty of glitch and bleep here, too - the stepping 'Au14' is a case in point - alongside rumbling, bass-heavy business like 'Si100', where playful drips of percussion create a juxtaposition of innocence and menace.
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Virgin Ubiquity: Unreleased Recordings 1976-1981
BBE
Cat: BBE 535ALP. Rel: 28 Sep 20
Funk/Reissues
  1. Boogie Down (6:06)
  2. What's The T? (4:09)
  3. I Really Love You (3:58)
  4. Oh What A Lovely Feeling (4:12)
  5. Sugar (7:12)
  6. Mystery Of Love (3:51)
  7. Green & Gold (4:51)
  8. Brand New Feeling (9:52)
  9. I Did It In Seattle (4:48)
  10. Mystic Voyage (version) (4:20)
  11. I Just Wanna Give It Up (4:45)
  12. Together Forever (4:37)
  13. I Am Your Mind (6:39)
Review: The legendary Roy Ayers has a wealth of great material to his name but Virgin Ubiquity: Unreleased Recordings 1976-1981 might just be the cream of the crop. It's packed with gold that fuses soul and funk, jazz and disco into a load of killer cuts that never got their own release. There are husky vocal tracks featuring Merry Clayton on "Oh What A Lonely Feeling," "I Really Love You" and "What's the T?", sensual soul stirrers from Carla Vaughn such as "Mystic Voyage" and "Together Forever" and of course liquid synths and rhythm sections underpinning each of the tracks.
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West Coast Vibes
Cat: HONEY 012. Rel: 29 Sep 20
Jazz
  1. Sound & Sense (6:40)
  2. Days Of Wine & Roses (3:33)
  3. Reggie Of Chester (3:47)
  4. It Could Happen To You (3:15)
  5. Donna Lee (3:13)
  6. Ricardo's Dilemma (5:01)
  7. Romeo (3:01)
  8. Out Of Sight (6:24)
  9. Young & Foolish (3:42)
  10. Well You Needn't (3:15)
Review: There is a wealth of Roy Ayer reissues out there right now, and we're all for it. West Coast Vibes is the latest, and is a full length written in 1963 while Ayers was working in Los Angeles with pianist Jack Wilson. It lead to his first recording contract and is what many believe to be his finest and freest musical expression, with no commercial overtones but plenty of the warmth and colour that he became so well known for. It has all the unique percussion you would expect and is a much more conventional jazz record than he later offered up. Add in the soulful saxophone of Curtis Amy who played along, and you have an essential Ayers record.
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As Curvas Da Estrada De Santos
Cat: JD 49. Rel: 29 Sep 20
International
  1. As Curvas Da Estrada De Santos (5:50)
  2. Ze E Parana (4:09)
Review: Far Out Recordings have singled-handedly made 70s fusionists Azymuth one of the most acclaimed bands of the modern era, with high profile headlines sets at cult festivals around Europe and an endless stream of quick to sell out records. Now they shine more light on the virtuosos instrumentalists with this 7" featuring two more home-recorded demo tracks. Jazz, funk, psched out sounds and rich Moog bass make these some for heir more mind expanding cuts. The a-side is actually a take on an iconic pop song from the 60s by Jovem Guarda, and the reverse is a weird space oddity for hardcore cosmic adventurers.
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Starts To Fall
Cat: POWERSTATION 009. Rel: 02 Oct 20
Industrial/Noise
  1. Behave (6:10)
  2. Starts To Fall (7:21)
  3. Struck (5:28)
  4. Isolation (5:18)
Review: To our ears, Kris Baha's debut album, Palais, was one of the most underrated sets of 2019. This follow-up EP on his own Powerhouse label explores similar sonic territory, joining the dots between the clanking but funky mid-80s work of Cabaret Voltaire, the surging EBM heaviness of Nitzer Ebb and the more chugging, hallucinatory end of the retro-futurist electronic music spectrum. Highlights are plentiful, from the sharp, rising and falling lead lines and stuttering machine drums of opener 'Behave', to the bubbly, mind-altering drug-chug of closing cut 'Isolation', via two superb slabs pf muscular EBM headiness, 'Starts to Fall' and 'Struck'.
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Hazard EP
Hazard EP (12")
Cat: YM 003. Rel: 05 Oct 20
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Hazard (6:06)
  2. Simplistic (6:16)
  3. Night (6:10)
Review: Josh Baker and Alfie Jack were locked down in Devon for two days, and what we have here is the music they cooked up in that time. t's straight down to work on opener 'Hazard', which marries jacking Chicago drums with bubbling melodies and bulbous synth sounds. It's one for both head and heel such is the fusion of both cerebral and visceral qualities. There is a more playful sense of funk to the skipping and airy drums of 'Simplistic', which harks back to someone like Glenn Underground, while 'Night' closes with a mid-90s tech house fluidity that Terry Francis would be proud of.
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You Didn't Say A Word (reissue)
You Didn't Say A Word (reissue) (red vinyl 7" limited to 150 copies)
Cat: OSV 069RED. Rel: 02 Oct 20
Soul
  1. Yvonne Baker - "You Didn't Say A Word" (2:40)
  2. Hattie Winston - "Pictures Don't Lie" (2:34)
Review: Outta Sight's latest limited-edition, red vinyl reissue brings together two rare, sought-after soul classics. Up first on side A is sometime Sensations member Yvonne Baker's 'You Didn't Say a Word', a stomping and soaring 1967 cut that sounds like it was a little influenced by the soundtracks to British spy movies of the swinging sixties. Original copies of the single regularly change hands for four-figure sums, so its appearance on this seven-inch is certainly welcome. Hattie Winston's 'Pictures Don't Lie' is arguably even rarer, with the Ronettes' style number - the production apes Phil Spector's 'wall of sound' approach - originally appearing on a promo-only "45" in the mid-1960s.
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Retour Au Club Meduse (reissue)
Charles BALS/VARIOUS
Retour Au Club Meduse (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP 再出版) (1 per customer)
Cat: STLKLP 007. Rel: 16 Oct 20
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Lili - "Gitana Morena" (2:58)
  2. Capco - "No Vayas Al Sol" (3:17)
  3. Voyage De Charme - "Hotel Des Savanes" (instrumental) (4:45)
  4. Passion Theatre - "Vacation Day" (4:39)
  5. Claude Miss - "Paco Ye Adama" (12" extended mix) (6:47)
  6. Cecilia - "Chocolat" (2:50)
  7. Nathalie David - "Coup De Foudre" (instrumental) (4:04)
  8. Jade 4 U - "Rainbows" (Midnight mix) (6:09)
  9. L - "La Boite A Musique" (3:02)
  10. Jean Claude Watrin - "Game City" (4:47)
  11. Marc Et Frank - "Cap'tain Coke" (instrumental) (4:25)
  12. De Dion - "Sexy Cola" (Glu Glu version) (3:40)
  13. Les 36 15 - "Zoulous!" (remix) (3:08)
  14. Week End Millionnaire - "EXIT" (4:44)
Review: A couple of years ago French crate digger Charles Bals invited us to "Club Meduse", an imaginary Riviera club where the music was always obscure, European and decidedly mid-80s. Here he opens the doors once more, delivering an open-air friendly soundtrack heavy on rare private press gems, overlooked beauties and the kind of cuts that most would consider Balearic (even if they may have been more popular in Italy and France). Highlights are plentiful, from the eccentric instrumental of Voyage De Charme's fretless bass-powered "Hotel Des Savanes" and the soft-focus, flamenco-tinged bliss of Claude Miss' "Paco Ye Adama", to the sun-kissed jazz-funk/synth-pop fusion of Marc Et Frank's "Cap'tain Coke" and the reggae-zouk quirkiness of Les 36 15's "Zoulous! (Remix)".
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Where's Your Child? (reissue)
Where's Your Child? (reissue) (limited 1-sided white vinyl 12" + insert + sticker)
Cat: BTL 003. Rel: 08 Oct 20
Techno
  1. Where's Your Child? (5:12)
  2. Bonus Beat (3:27)
Review: Bam Bam is an old school techno legend and 'Where is Your Child?' is one of his most essential acid cuts. Back to Life is a young label but by reissuing this one on vital one sided 12", it continues its early run of form. Originally released on Bam Bam's own Westbrook Records in 1988, this is the records only fully licensed repress after more than thirty years, and it also includes a Bonus Beat tune. The original is of course where its at - scintillating drums, dark and lacking percussion and haunting vocals, all run through with a caustic acid line. Pure rave perfection.
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I Believe In Miracles
I Believe In Miracles (yellow vinyl 7" 再出版) (1 per customer)
Cat: LMNKV 67LTD. Rel: 21 Oct 20
Funk/Reissues
  1. I Believe In Miracles (3:30)
  2. No Nos Pararan (3:45)
  3. Ain't No Stopping Us Now (3:03)
Review: Second time around for Banda Achilifunk and Original Jazz Orquestra's sought-after 2011 cover of disco classic "I Believe in Miracles", original copies of which now change hands for serious sums online. The expansive Spanish crew's baggy, sun-kissed and rumba-soaked Latin disco cover of the Jackson Sisters' classic is perfectly pitched, adding layers of crunchy Clavinets and punchy horns to a sumptuously summery groove. Over on the flip we get two different takes on McFadden & Whitehead classic "Ain't No Stopping Us Now": a decidedly Balearic Spanish language cover ("No Nos Pararas"), and an instrumental cover full to bursting with superb grooves and even more scintillating horn solos.
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The First Thing EP
Cat: BLUE 003. Rel: 21 Oct 20
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Different Point Of Structure (12:05)
  2. The First Thing You Hear (11:15)
Review: After the first couple of releases by label chief Remus, Rominimal hero Barac Nicolai is handed the reins for the Blue imprint's third edition. Enchanting polyrhythms are undoubtedly the order of the day across The First Thing EP, with the Bucharest-based producer's usual knack for eloquent track titles as well. On the A-side, we have 'Different Point Of Structure' which is a driving and energetic main room workout with subtle dub techno influences and utilising the hypnotic qualities of previous work, while the B-side cut 'The First Thing You Hear' is a more stripped back and minimalistic affair reaching near tribal moments, but this one is definitely more suited to heady afterhours moments.
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Bonanza Plan
Bonanza Plan (pink vinyl LP)
Cat: HUM 33. Rel: 09 Oct 20
Indie
  1. Foxes & Brimstone (4:12)
  2. Gold Metal Vision (4:34)
  3. Dreamboyz (5:16)
  4. Into The Woods (5:52)
  5. The New New (4:47)
  6. Emily Smallhands (4:04)
  7. Feverhead (3:05)
  8. Technollipop (4:21)
  9. Pet Gazelles (3:05)
Review: Barringtone's sound is a unique combination of disparate elements. They make full use of the complex arrangements and ever-changing time signatures most commonly associated with rock of the math and even prog varieties, but then execute said arrangements with a spartan, frills-free rawness that is nearly entirely restricted to raw guitar, bass and drums, with only the occasional flourish of synth thrown into the mix.

It's an intoxicating meeting of methods, further enhanced by the band's undoubted ability to pen a tune that sticks in the mind, even if they then send it into the musical blender to be reshaped and rebuilt in an altogether stranger image. Featuring former singles such as 'Feverhead' and 'Dreamboyz' in all their weirdpop glory, rubbing shoulders with a host of previously unreleased instrumental and vocal-led efforts, the Barringtone debut album has been a long time coming - but worth every minute of the wait.
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What's Your Secret?
Cat: DB 011. Rel: 20 Oct 20
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. What's Your Secret? (Bastedos edit) (9:23)
  2. Do You Blow? (5:25)
Review: Felix Dickinson has been donning the Bastedos re-edit alias on and off for 18 years, occasionally popping up with a fresh selection of superb scalpel jobs. Here the Bristol-based veteran delivers two more incendiary rearrangements. The undoubted highlight is A-side 'What's Your Secret (Bastedos Edit)', a near ten-minute rework of a Clavinet-sporting AOR disco epic that moves through waves of spacey grooves, soaring female backing vocals, impassioned blue-eyed lead vocals and more low-slung sections designed to raise temperatures out on the dancefloor. Dickinson changes tack on flipside 'Do You Blow?', successfully dubbing out an oddball chunk of electro-era quirkiness built around a killer bassline, scat vocals, breathy flute solos and body-popping drum machine beats.
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Life As We Know It
Cat: SPEAR 123. Rel: 05 Oct 20
Drum And Bass
  1. Almost There (5:19)
  2. Little Bit Lighter (feat Etherwood) (4:31)
  3. Give Me A Break (4:53)
  4. The Hills (5:42)
  5. Home For Good (feat Emba) (4:51)
  6. Could Have Been Us (4:53)
  7. Endlessly Unlimited (4:56)
  8. Love For The Fallen (feat DRS) (5:38)
  9. In The Moment (feat Tempza) (5:35)
  10. History (4:48)
  11. First Love (Logistics remix) (4:15)
  12. Grow (feat Blu Mar Ten - Kove remix) (4:38)
Review: Contemplative, playful and from the heart; both Spearhead bossman BCee and one of the genre's most prolific singer/songwriters Charlotte Haining share many traits, as they show here on their debut collaborative album Life As We Know It. With topics ranging from mental health to adoption and loss of loved ones, the duo traverse the drum & bass hinterland with some of the most thoughtful songs either of them have ever written. Featuring cameos from the likes of Etherwood, DRS, Logistics, Kove and Tempza, vibes range from rocket-thrusting melancholy ('Give Me A Break'), glistening piano-laced minimalism ('Endlessly Unlimited') and all liquid things in between. Life-affirming.
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Beastie Boys Music
Beastie Boys Music (gatefold 2xLP)
UMC
Cat: 728091. Rel: 23 Oct 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Fight For Your Right (3:30)
  2. Brass Monkey (2:49)
  3. No Sleep Till Brooklyn (3:56)
  4. Paul Revere (4:25)
  5. Hold It Now, Hit It (2:46)
  6. Shake Your Rump (3:20)
  7. Shadrach (3:30)
  8. Hey Ladies (4:27)
  9. Pass The Mic (4:14)
  10. So What'cha Want (3:44)
  11. Jimmy James (3:04)
  12. Sure Shot (3:19)
  13. Root Down (3:32)
  14. Sabotage (2:56)
  15. Get It Together (4:15)
  16. Body Moovin' (3:06)
  17. Intergalactic (3:30)
  18. Ch-check It Out (3:11)
  19. Make Some Noise (3:29)
  20. Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win (4:11)
Review: Beastie Boys Music is a new greatest hits compilation album that serves as a companion to 2020's Spike Jonze-directed Beastie Boys Story and 256-page photo book, Beastie Boys Book. The double vinyl affair takes in 20 classic tracks that span the iconic group's more than 30 year career, with the biggest of the big such as 'No Sleep', 'Sabotage' and 'Intergalactic' all making the cut. By now these are well worn classics, but their impact on rap cannot be overstated, and the tunes still get any party banging thanks to the immediacy of the beats and sharpness of the rhymes.
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Alldaydream
Cat: BEGIN 09. Rel: 01 Oct 20
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Super Barrio (5:29)
  2. Above (4:01)
  3. Alldaydream (7:34)
Review: The Begin label from James Holdroyd ha continually served up the most sublimely serene downtempo and Balearic sounds. Winter might be coming to us in the UK, but not in this artist's world, because Alldaydream is another exquisite musical getaway. The warm and humid 'Super Barrio' rolls on gentle drums and is awash with dreamy pads, while 'Above' features some neat piano playing and grown up grooves with plenty of Spanish overtones. The title track is another fine fusion of lounge, acoustic guitar, funk and adult disco for sunset parties on the beach.
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Behringer 121 Dual VCF Module
Cat: 772865 Rel: 19 Oct 20
 
dual VCF module
Notes: This is the Behringer SYSTEM 100 121 DUAL VCF Module. An authentic reproduction of the original System 100M circuitry from the 80s that can fit in a standard Eurorack case, at a very affordable price. Mix the 121 DUAL VCF in with your existing rig or start your modular synth journey from here.

The 121 DUAL VCF features 3 CV inputs and 3-channel mixers per VCF; allowing you to independently mix all input signals. All of these inputs have their own attenuators to provide you more control over each signal that goes into the module.

Each VCF has its own output accompanied by a resonance slider that boosts resonance frequencies and a cutoff control to adjust the cutoff frequency of the lowpass filter. The 121 DUAL VCF also features a 3-mode Fixed HPF switch where you can select between Off, 1 (1 kHz), 2 (2 kHz) or 3 (5 kHz). Combine this with the resonance and cutoff sliders to create intricate and interesting patches.

Installing the 121 DUAL VCF is simple as it was designed to fit into a standard Eurorack case. Just connect the power cables to the power supply and screw in the module using the included screws. This allows for the 121 DUAL VCF to be mixed with other synth modules for a truly unique set up.
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