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Wallop (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 302. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Let It Change U (3:21)
  2. Couldn't Have Known (3:35)
  3. Off The Grid (3:48)
  4. In The Grid (1:22)
  5. Serbia Drums (3:40)
  6. My Fault (3:36)
  7. Slow Motion (3:45)
  8. Slo Mo (0:40)
  9. $50 Million (3:58)
  10. Domino (3:41)
  11. Rhythm Of The Gravity (3:27)
  12. UR Paranoid (4:17)
  13. This Is The Door (5:28)
  14. This Is The Dub (0:36)
Review: Eight albums in and !!! are still as hard to define than the band's name is difficult to say. They've always managed to resonate with the sound and zeitgeist of the year in which they release, and "Wallop" doesn't differ from that modus. An amalgamation of tones at once uptempo and hedonistic yet brutally damaged, it's an electronic album built in the way the genres it pays homage to originally were - blueprint free. We've got dance-rock crossovers, straight up techno (albeit aimed squarely at non-die-hard-heads) and bouncing broken funk-house hybrids, so what more do you want? "Couldn't Have Known" nods to classic Basement Jaxx. "Domino" takes us down an IDM wormhole, where we meet the aptly titled "Ur Paranoid" and its pulsating intensity. Simultaneously referencing Primal Scream, trip hop, Madchester, whatever that track that set the club off last night was while sounding like none of the above, it's archetypal !!! business.
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Wallop (green & pink vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 302X. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Let It Change U (3:21)
  2. Couldn't Have Known (3:35)
  3. Off The Grid (3:48)
  4. In The Grid (1:22)
  5. Serbia Drums (3:40)
  6. My Fault (3:36)
  7. Slow Motion (3:45)
  8. Slomo (0:40)
  9. $50 Million (3:58)
  10. Domino (3:41)
  11. Rhythm Of The Gravity (3:27)
  12. Ur Paranoid (4:17)
  13. This Is The Door (5:28)
  14. This Is The Dub (0:36)
Review: Eight albums in and !!! are still as hard to define than the band's name is difficult to say. They've always managed to resonate with the sound and zeitgeist of the year in which they release, and "Wallop" doesn't differ from that modus. An amalgamation of tones at once uptempo and hedonistic yet brutally damaged, it's an electronic album built in the way the genres it pays homage to originally were - blueprint free. We've got dance-rock crossovers, straight up techno (albeit aimed squarely at non-die-hard-heads) and bouncing broken funk-house hybrids, so what more do you want? "Couldn't Have Known" nods to classic Basement Jaxx. "Domino" takes us down an IDM wormhole, where we meet the aptly titled "Ur Paranoid" and its pulsating intensity. Simultaneously referencing Primal Scream, trip hop, Madchester, whatever that track that set the club off last night was while sounding like none of the above, it's archetypal !!! business.
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House Of Sugar (heavyweight vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 451. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Walk Away (4:19)
  2. Hope (2:36)
  3. Southern Sky (3:14)
  4. Gretel (3:06)
  5. Taking (2:13)
  6. Near (2:09)
  7. Project 2 (2:25)
  8. Bad Man (1:35)
  9. Sugar (2:42)
  10. In My Arms (2:43)
  11. Cow (2:45)
  12. Crime (3:59)
  13. SugarHouse (live) (3:42)
Review: If you're new to the Alex Giannascoli's world then make yourself comfortable - chances are, like us, you'll be here for a while. There are so many tangents, threads and stylistic shifts of shape it's possible to dive into his back catalogue and spend years never getting bored. It's now far quicker to understand what we're talking about, though, thanks to his latest album. There are multiple personalities at play here than you'd think could be coherent, but coherent this record is. Opener "Walk Away" sounds like an overview of the whole thing - growing from desperate cry into a grandiose, captivating thing of real beauty via reversed-out backing track and looped lyrics. All very Beta Band. From there we're locked-in, through the shimmering melodies of "Taking" to "Sugar"'s deep, tense atmospheric crescendos and vocoders. Ending on the stunning brass-accented blues rock of "SugarHouse (Live)", it's as complete a record as you could ask for.
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House Of Sugar (limited heavyweight purple vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 451X. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Walk Away (4:19)
  2. Hope (2:36)
  3. Southern Sky (3:14)
  4. Gretel (3:06)
  5. Taking (2:13)
  6. Near (2:09)
  7. Project 2 (2:25)
  8. Bad Man (1:35)
  9. Sugar (2:42)
  10. In My Arms (2:43)
  11. Cow (2:45)
  12. Crime (3:59)
  13. SugarHouse (live) (3:42)
Review: If you're new to the Alex Giannascoli's world then make yourself comfortable - chances are, like us, you'll be here for a while. There are so many tangents, threads and stylistic shifts of shape it's possible to dive into his back catalogue and spend years never getting bored. It's now far quicker to understand what we're talking about, though, thanks to his latest album. There are multiple personalities at play here than you'd think could be coherent, but coherent this record is. Opener "Walk Away" sounds like an overview of the whole thing - growing from desperate cry into a grandiose, captivating thing of real beauty via reversed-out backing track and looped lyrics. All very Beta Band. From there we're locked-in, through the shimmering melodies of "Taking" to "Sugar"'s deep, tense atmospheric crescendos and vocoders. Ending on the stunning brass-accented blues rock of "SugarHouse (Live)", it's as complete a record as you could ask for.
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Cat: HP 002. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. In The Sun (6:46)
  2. Magic Dust (4:31)
  3. Guitar Solaar (5:53)
Review: Robin Twelftree has been busy over the past year bringing back his particular take on peak time house with a disco edge. Prolific in the late 90s and early 00s, his 12Tree project went on an extended hiatus but now finds a new outlet with the Hot Piroski label. "In The Sun" is a sassy uptempo workout with funk and flamboyance to match the tougher edges of the track. "Magic Dust" slows things down to a supremely mellow strut, with heavy lashings of soul blissed out over the top of the drums. "Guitar Solaar" stays in the downtempo zone with a subtle cosmic lilt and gorgeous vocals unfurling over loose and lazy breaks.
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Dulcet EP (12")
Cat: SBJAMZ 004. Rel: 28 Aug 19
Deep House
  1. Dancing Styles (5:57)
  2. Doing It (6:05)
  3. Gentle (feat Neil Macleod) (6:08)
  4. Sorry That You Love Me (5:13)
Review: Under the 2XM alias, super siblings the Murray Brothers have thus far proved to be rather good at fusing heady, smoky deep house with the dreamy chords of ambient house and a variety of interconnected influences. They're in fine form on this EP, too, effortlessly moving between two-step/dream house fusion ("Dancing Styles", which surprisingly reminded us of late '90s Irresistible Force Records), eyes-closed jazzy deep house bliss (the fluid electric piano solos, rich chords and dusty beats of "Doing It"), ultra-deep, Floating Points-esque soulfulness ("Gentle", featuring the evocative vocals of Neil Macleod) and jaunty, synth-sporting dancefloor haziness ("Sorry That You Love Me").
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Cat: BLR 015. Rel: 28 Aug 19
Deep House
  1. Adjust Your Love (6:04)
  2. Easy Love Dub (6:22)
  3. Horizons (5:05)
Review: We can confirm that Adam "Admin" Wickens is not only a hugely talented DJ and producer, but also a thoroughly nice chap. Here he makes his bow on Better Listen with a three-tracker packed to the rafters with warmth, soul and groove. Check first A-side "Adjust Your Love", a sample-fired workout that effortlessly joins the dots between disco, deep house and star-kissed jazz-funk, before turning your attention to the chopped-and-screwed samples, toasty sub-bass, languid beats and echoing piano snippets of "Easy Love Dub". The Bristol-based producer rounds things off in fine style via "Horizons", a slightly bouncier house cut that makes great use of some bluesy piano samples and another stoned, glassy-eyed bassline.
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Sub Terrain One (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: SUBTERRAIN VINYLONE. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Affliktion - "Malcom's Break" (4:44)
  2. Affliktion - "Nite Rithym" (5:06)
  3. Affliktion - "Sunday Atmosphere" (4:29)
  4. Dreamlogicc - "March Liquid" (6:12)
  5. Dreamlogicc - "Clique On" (6:47)
Review: Sub Terrain One is the first in a series of split EPs featuring high tempo bass music by ffliktion & dreamlogicc. Three cuts from ffliktion on the A side pair classic jungle breaks with hazy atmospherics and weighty basslines. Two cuts from dreamlogicc on the B side touch on hypnotic trance progressions with deep spacey textures.
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Break Before Make (limited 180 gram red vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: SKALP 035. Rel: 17 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Day Tuner (2:27)
  2. And! (3:54)
  3. Guess What (7:08)
  4. Work It (4:53)
  5. Now What (5:15)
  6. Start Again Part Four (4:23)
  7. Blanket Ban (5:07)
  8. Filandank (4:02)
  9. Wtfwtfwtf (3:37)
  10. You Heard Me The First Time (3:30)
  11. The Middle Middle (4:16)
  12. Hiaea (6:46)
  13. OD (2:33)
  14. The Beginning (2:49)
Review: Barely six weeks after dropping her debut single on River Rapid, Henrietta Smith-Rolla pops up on Skam with a surprise debut album. As first full length excursions go, "Break Before Make" is undeniably impressive. Beginning with the spooky, minor key electronics and angular IDM rhythms of "Day Turner", the 14 track set sees Smith-Rolla successfully turn her hand to bittersweet synth-wave ("And!"), dystopian pitched-down electronica ("Guess What"), spacey electro ("Work It", "Wtfwtfwtf"), clandestine electronic soundscapes (the panicked shuffle of "Blanket Ban") and grandiose sci-fi soundtrack fare ("The Middle Middle"). Throughout, the Manchester-based producer consistently delivers otherworldly musical melancholia with a panache not associated with a producer of her relative inexperience.
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Cat: PRECEPT 017. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Industrial/Noise
  1. About UFO (2:50)
  2. External Mind Fog (4:03)
  3. A Foolish Game (4:02)
  4. Brain Eaters (3:10)
  5. Go Sideways (2:37)
  6. In Front Of You (5:05)
  7. Absenteeist (3:04)
  8. Nothing Between (5:11)
  9. Quiet Movement (4:05)
  10. Metalhead (3:51)
  11. Repeat Itself (2:26)
Review: This cryptic debut from Belgian AIR LQD mixes up science fiction, social criticism and punk ethics into a futuristic sound world where urban decay and artificial intelligence have really taken hold. The brittle, icy electronics of these tracks reminds of Kassem Mosse's experimental lo-fi house work on Workshop. "Repeat Itself" is interspersed with dehumanised voices from a darkened dungeon and leads to some brilliantly unsettling sounds. Abrasive textures rub up next to looping echoes, crashing metal hits and rubbery bass. Though wholly unnatural, paranoid and occult, it all feels so damn right.
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Hiragana (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SEEING 003. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Acid Drip (8:14)
  2. Hiragana (7:42)
  3. Apachi (7:25)
Review: Swiss producer Alci, also known as Shaolin Fantastic, landed with lauded releases on Robsoul before skipping to other labels like Apollonia and Meander. Following last year's excellent "Diversity" double pack, he lands on his own label Seeingsounds with this pitch perfect slice of dreamy minimal house. "Acid Drip" may be a misleading title - it's more of an unending groove draped in gorgeous, shimmering melodic finery. "Hiragana" takes things in a more twitchy direction, while "Apachi" brings another slant on reduced, oddball funk to get the up all night crowd loose and freaky in all the right ways.
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Folio 2 (12")
Cat: ONEF 019. Rel: 21 Aug 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Alix Perez - "White Lies" (4:52)
  2. Submarine - "Grunge" (5:15)
  3. Scepticz & Lavance - "Flatline" (4:07)
  4. Hyroglifics & Visages - "Searching" (4:19)
Review: Some 15 months after the first multi-artist "Folio" EP landed in stores, 1985 Music has dropped a sequel. It's another all-action affair, with all four cuts hitting home hard. Label founder Alix Perez kicks things off with "White Lies", a minimalist roller where metallic percussion hits and evocative soul vocals rise above a thoroughly filthy, wobble-powered bassline. Label favourites Submarine step up with sub-heavy hot-stepper "Grunge", before Scepticz and Lavance take things up a notch or two via the industrial strength distorted bass, mind-altering electronics and punchy beats of "Flatline". To round things off, Hyroglifics and Visages get together on the skewed but energy-packed creepiness of "Searching".
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Cat: JAL 310V. Rel: 05 Sep 19
Funk/Reissues
  1. Every Trick In The Book (3:10)
  2. Nuff Respect (feat Andy Cooper) (3:39)
Review: Clear the way when you see them coming through! Three albums deep since 2016, Jalapeno's in-house funk machine The Allergies wheel up with more brand new material. "Every Trick In The Book" shakes and slides with a wry psychedelic groove, a familiar vocal, big horns and lavish dollops of the feel-good flare the Bristol duo have made their signature. Need something spicier? Flip over for "Nuff Respect" where long-standing MC partner in vibes Andy Cooper steps up to cover one of the all time OGs: Big Daddy Kane. Back up and bow.
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 in stock $10.45
Ancient Future EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AMP 019. Rel: 16 Sep 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Recall (11:00)
  2. Momentum (9:44)
Review: When Cristi Cons and Vlad Caia launched the Amphia label way back in 2011, they talked about creating "a world with no boundaries" and "an infinite ocean of musical shapes and ideas". It's the sort of wide-ranging, open-ended remit that seems tailor made for Amorf, an "experimental live techno" trio whose fluid and otherworldly tracks are deliciously hard to pigeonhole. For proof, check "Recall", the A-side to their second Amphia outing. Built on loose and languid tech-house drums and a similarly undulating bassline, the cut bobs and weaves through waves of restless piano motifs, deep space chords and out-there electronics. Further evidence of the threesome's hybrid style arrives via "Momentum", where poignant electric piano motifs and melancholic deep house chords envelop a crunchy, minimalist rhythm track.
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Don't Stop (Ray Mang Mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FAR 040. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Don't Stop (Ray Mang Special extended mix) (9:21)
  2. Kano Line Dance (6:08)
  3. Don't Stop (5:39)
Review: The Andromeda Orchestra project was last seen on Faze Action last year, when "Get Up & Dance" got the remix treatment by Nick The Record. This time around the project gets a serious disco treatment from Ray Mang, who stretches "Don't Stop" out across the A side for a nine minute pleasure ride that's heavy on the funk. "Kano Line Dance" kicks off the B side in another loose and nasty party jam, before the original Philly string busting brilliance of "Don't Stop" completes the set in fabulous fashion.
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Cat: KOMPAKTEX 112. Rel: 28 Aug 19
Techno
  1. Forever Ravers (6:03)
  2. Forever Ravers (Anna Raving In Space mix) (5:33)
Review: Last year Brazilian DJ/producer Ana Miranda joined Kompakt Extra following years spent building her reputation via fine releases on such labels as Novamute, Twin Turbo, Yoshitoshi and Terminal M. For her third release on the long-serving German label she's joined forces with another scene queen, the incomparable Miss Kittin. The pair has produced a raw, driving dancefloor beast that's bigger than Donald Trump's ego and infinitely more alluring. "Forever Ravers" is heavy, intense and forthright, with stylized vocal snippets and razor sharp electronic motifs surging above a thumping groove. Miranda offers a different take on the track on side B, opting for bleeping and panicked electronics and spacey bleep melodies.
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Cat: BLIQ 19. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Volatile Radiance (8:41)
  2. Cosmic Vibrations (7:57)
  3. What You Want (Silicon Scally remix) (7:09)
  4. What You Want (6:46)
Review: Aphelion is a Greek producer who is part of the Equations Collective, and here he offers up his first ever release. Clearly well schooled in production, the atmospheres of his tracks belie his debutant status as he kicks off with the mutant bass and pounding kicks of "Volatile Radiance". More warped bass characterises the sparse and eerie "Cosmic Vibrations" before Silicon Scally aka Carl Finlow heads off in a more menacing direction on his remix of "What You Want". The original is a more haunting and paranoid affair that has you looking over your shoulder.
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ATIPIC 008 (12")
Cat: ATIPIC 008. Rel: 20 Aug 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. 008.1 (6:39)
  2. 008.2 (6:57)
  3. 008.3 (7:25)
  4. 008.4 (7:00)
Review: Priku has really ramped up the output of his Atipic imprint in the last couple of years. While its past output seemed to focus on more experimental stuff by himself (as Adrian Niculae) and Vincentiulian, the last few releases by Vlad Arapasu, Arapu, Faster and Romar sees the label's sound now aimed squarely at main room dancefloors. The latest offering comes from ardb aka Bogdan Ardeleanu. ATIPIC 008 maintains the same level of quality you've come to expect from the label. On the A side we have some sublime minimal house tackle, properly tried out on the dancefloors of Bucharest's acclaimed afterhours scene - no doubt. On the flip, "008.3" is a smooth and sensual deep house groove, followed by the glacial introversion of dub techno influenced journey "008.4".
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 in stock $12.55
Cat: BWOOD 203LP. Rel: 06 Sep 19
International
  1. Nangareo (1:10)
  2. Oya (2:12)
  3. Oshun (4:07)
  4. Yemaya (3:08)
  5. Interludio (0:42)
  6. Porque Tu No Estas (4:02)
  7. Para El Amor: Cantar! (4:54)
  8. As Feridas (3:53)
  9. Menuet Para Un Corazon (4:40)
  10. Not For Me (3:13)
  11. Plegaria A La Lupe (5:01)
  12. Homenaje (3:38)
Review: According to Brownswood Recordings, Dayme Arocena took a conscious decision to opt for a more "stripped back" sound on her latest album, which marks her fourth full-length excursion for Gilles Peterson's admirable imprint. That's certainly the impression given by the opening track, "Nangareo", which sees the Cuban singer layer her own spoken and sung vocals over the sounds of lapping waves and moody, elongated synthesizer chords. It offers a striking introduction to an Afro-Cuban jazz set that smartly incorporates elements of both samba and the distinctive drum rhythms associated with her home country (as well as some superb chanted vocals). As a result, "Sonocardiogram" has an ear-pleasing vibrancy that encourages repeat listens.
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Cat: WRWTFWW 030. Rel: 21 Aug 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Prelude (1:46)
  2. Landscape Of Wheels (11:48)
  3. Still Park (12:04)
  4. Still Park (Piano Solo) (4:49)
  5. Still Sky (8:37)
  6. Image Under The Tree (13:07)
Review: For their latest must-check full length, Swiss ambient and jazz enthusiasts WRWTFWW have offered up a timely reissue of Satoshi Ashikawa's previously Japan-only 1982 album "Still Way". In some quarters it's considered a triumph of Japanese minimalism - an ambient set that was equally as inspired by Erik Satie as Brian Eno. The sounds are sparse, atmospheric and alluring, with simple harp, vibraphone, piano and flute motifs taking it in turns to rise and fall across the soundspace. It's intricate, soft-focus and hugely poignant, evoking memories of similarly lauded sets by Ashikawa's countrymen Hiroshi Yoshimura and Midori Takada. In other words, it's sublime.
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Played by: Kaoru Inoue
 in stock $22.24
When Love Gets Cold (12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: PERCOLATE 001. Rel: 16 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. When Love Gets Cold (5:04)
  2. To Fall In Love (5:15)
  3. All I Want (6:06)
  4. Blessed (4:39)
Review: After years of promoting events, Percolate has decided to embark on a new project - Percolate Records. They welcome longtime friend, British producer Austin Ato, to take them on the first steps of their new journey. Ato has appeared on a wide variety of imprints lately, from Me Me Me and Delusions Of Grandeur to Futureboogie and even Defected. "When Love Gets Cold" opens with the sweltering and finely filtered disco loops of the title track, paving the way for bouncy and euphoric house anthem "To Fall In Love" (which is equally as disco-fied!) and emotive Detroit house banger "All I Want". Speaking of the Motor City: he shows he is equally competent at hi-tech soul (with a UK rave influence too) on the breakbeat-driven and evocative "Blessed".
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Played by: Jacques Renault
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Cat: BBP 165. Rel: 22 Aug 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. We Funk Tings (4:27)
  2. We Have It Hot (3:07)
  3. The Time Has Come (2:59)
Review: For the first volume in their brand new Toxic Funk 45s series, the Breakbeat Paradise crew has turned to two stalwarts of the breaks scene, Easy Now Recordings co-founder Tom Showtime and long-serving DJ/producer Badboe. They hit the ground running with A-side "We Funk Tings", a cut-and-paste workout that peppers a head-nodding, bass-heavy hip-hop groove with funk licks, hazy horns and sneaky vocal samples from a variety of ragga and rap records. They continue in a similar vein over on side B, where the horn and piano-heavy hip-hop-funk of "We Have It Hot" is followed by the boom-bap booty business of "The Time Has Come".
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Played by: The Allergies
 in stock $6.80
Palais (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: CDALP 003. Rel: 16 Sep 19
Industrial/Noise
  1. Palais (4:24)
  2. Living Nothingness (4:26)
  3. Brink Reality (part 2) (5:47)
  4. Steel Sands (5:26)
  5. You Told Yourself This Would Get Worse (3:04)
  6. Defied (3:20)
  7. Take Away My Greed (4:56)
  8. Repenting (6:29)
  9. Safeword (2:54)
  10. Non For The Sane (6:07)
  11. Dead To Romance (6:32)
  12. Life, Lust + Death (4:39)
Review: Kris Baha has been on a serious roll over the past few years, notching up releases on Bahnsteig 23, Pinkman and many more besides. Now feels like the right time for him to drop an album, and where better to do such a thing than Cocktail D'Amore? The Berlin-via-Melbourne producer's sound comes through loud and clear - minimal wave and industrial influences abound, executed with ferocity and flamboyance in equal measure to create a many-shaded set of deviant dance bangers. "Living Nothingness" is the ultimate nihilistic beatdown, "Steel Sands" channels early Nine Inch Nails to perfection, and "Defied" has a propulsive thrust that would make Al Jourgensen proud. Baha wears his influences on his sleeve, and why not? They're great influences that he creates stunning music with.
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Played by: ROTCIV
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Cat: WGVINYL 62. Rel: 28 Aug 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Baime - "Majka" (7:07)
  2. Kadosh - "Better Days" (7:39)
  3. Better Days - "Paradisou" (5:58)
  4. Kevin Di Serna - "Lucero Del Alma" (6:52)
Review: After a two-year hiatus, the "Watergate Affairs" series returns with an EP of tracks from what the legendary Berlin label describes as "talent from outside the crew's immediate circle". Danish duo Baime step up first with the humid late night techno exotica of "Majka" - all Indonesian percussion, snake charmer synths and Teutonic grooves - before Kadosh offers up the melodious tech-house/deep-house fusion of "Better Days". Turn to the flip for a dash of quietly euphoric White Isle tech-house goodness from Ibiza-based Kintar ("Paradisou") and the extra-percussive throb of Kevin Di Serna's "Lucero Del Alma", where evocative electronic lead lines bubble above moody bass and pulsating synthesizer motifs.
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Momoweb (12")
Cat: 789 YTIVIL. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Bass
  1. Momoweb (5:12)
  2. Disposition (5:13)
  3. Goulbap (3:42)
Review: Roska dusts off his rare Bakongo alias for a trip down Livity street with three technoid excursions. Every bit as sci-fi as they are bashy; opener "Momoweb" lights the touch-paper with angular android skittishness, ping-ponging back and forth as though Modeselektor have been given the keys to UK funky tank. "Disposition" twirls with a flourishing reverse loop and steppy hi-hats in a way that wouldn't go amiss in a Rolando set, while "Goulbap" closes on a more stripped back bashment trip, all creepy and laced with decaying harmonics. Goulishly good.
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Ted (grey marbled vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: NSFR 001. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Supreme (4:54)
  2. Flashback (5:46)
  3. In The Mist Of Lovers Past (6:49)
  4. Bankrolls (album mix) (7:05)
  5. How Does It Work? (5:41)
  6. Ted's Interlude (4:36)
  7. Ahead Of Time (with Park Hye Jin - album mix) (6:59)
  8. Pleasurematrix (1:10)
  9. X_dkjf_a (4:52)
  10. Mariyah (1:50)
  11. Study Of You (6:26)
  12. Forever Alone (4:23)
Review: New York's Baltra follows up his well received debut album from 2016 with a new one named "Ted" in honour of his father who passed away unexpectedly during the writing process. Inevitably that lends the record an extra air of melancholy, even when the grooves are surging. Making a surprise appearance is South Korean artist Park Hye Jin on the busy melodic track "Ahead Of Time" with an intoxicating dreamy verse of her own. As is this artist's style, his crisp drum work is complemented with fizzing electronics and glowing harmonies that are almost impossibly bright and vivid. It makes for an album that really grabs your attention.
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Trax On Da Rocks (12" 再出版)
Cat: ROULE 301. Rel: 19 Sep 19
Funky/Club House
  1. On Da Rocks (4:13)
  2. Roule Boule (3:42)
  3. What To Do (4:29)
  4. Outrun (5:49)
  5. Ventura (6:31)
Review: Essential repress! Tomas Bangalter's stone cold classic Roule 12" Trax On Da Rocks makes a return. The five tracks on offer - "On Da Rocks", "Roule Boule", "What To Do", "Outrun" and "Ventura" - have acquired legendary status, standing as sublime examples of the rough, raw end of the filter-soaked French house sound. Some 17 years since they were first released, these tracks have lost none of their madcap brilliance; if this isn't already a cherished part of your record collection, here's your chance.
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Ma (140 gram vinyl LP + insert + booklet)
Cat: 007559 7924077. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Is This Nice? (2:56)
  2. Kantori Ongaku (3:36)
  3. Ami (3:53)
  4. Memorial (4:33)
  5. Carolina (2:35)
  6. Now All Gone (3:36)
  7. Love Song (4:24)
  8. Abre Las Manos (3:32)
  9. Taking A Page (3:40)
  10. October 12 (3:07)
  11. My Boyfriend's In The Band (3:34)
  12. The Lost Coast (3:06)
  13. Will I See You Tonight? (feat Vashti Bunyan) (3:22)
Review: Where would we be without our mothers? Literally nowhere, of course, given the medical facts of life. But psychologically and spiritually somewhere very different, too. Just ask Devendra Banhart, whose latest, heartbreaking and poignant LP packs intimidating strength and thoughtful themes by the birth-giving load. Here the synths that dominated more recent albums are replaced by instruments best described as "a bit earthier", with strings and woodwinds joining brass and keys. Despite its title, this album is less a dedication to motherhood itself and more a meditation on emotional ties and links in general. "Memorial", for example, is about the death of Banhart's father, while elsewhere we are told love is like "crowd surfing in an empty club". As per usual, Banhart's songwriting verges on mania, recalling the late-Daniel Johnston's razor sharp observations wrapped in innocent imagery, while the instrumentation conjures Burt Bacharach and the like.
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Ma (limited transparent red vinyl LP + poster + booklet)
Cat: 007559 7923599. Rel: 18 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Is This Nice? (2:52)
  2. Kantori Ongaku (3:36)
  3. Ami (3:54)
  4. Memorial (4:37)
  5. Carolina (2:28)
  6. Now All Gone (3:36)
  7. Love Song (4:19)
  8. Abre Las Manos (3:32)
  9. Taking A Page (3:34)
  10. October 12 (3:03)
  11. My Boyfriend's In The Band (3:28)
  12. The Lost Coast (3:08)
  13. Will I See You Tonight? (feat Vashti Bunyan) (3:20)
Review: Where would we be without our mothers? Literally nowhere, of course, given the medical facts of life. But psychologically and spiritually somewhere very different, too. Just ask Devendra Banhart, whose latest, heartbreaking and poignant LP packs intimidating strength and thoughtful themes by the birth-giving load. Here the synths that dominated more recent albums are replaced by instruments best described as "a bit earthier", with strings and woodwinds joining brass and keys. Despite its title, this album is less a dedication to motherhood itself and more a meditation on emotional ties and links in general. "Memorial", for example, is about the death of Banhart's father, while elsewhere we are told love is like "crowd surfing in an empty club". As per usual, Banhart's songwriting verges on mania, recalling the late-Daniel Johnston's razor sharp observations wrapped in innocent imagery, while the instrumentation conjures Burt Bacharach and the like.
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Signals EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: HANDSHAKE 001. Rel: 03 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Signals (8:06)
  2. Deep City (8:57)
  3. Signals (Gallegos Yoga remix) (5:23)
  4. Signals (Unknown Detroit remix) (6:53)
Review: Some three years on from his last outing under the alias, Orlando Voorn dons the occasional Basic Bastard pseudonym for another giddy trip into soulful and melodious techno territory. Title track "Signals" is typical of the Dutch veteran's work, with attractive and futuristic chords, riffs and melodies dancing jauntily above a high-tempo techno groove and some seriously funky acid lines. It gets the remix treatment on the B-side, where Gallegos Yoga re-casts it as an acid fired slab of techno-funk before Unknown Detroit twists it into a ghostly, unearthly stomper. Bonus cut "Deep City", a colourful and ultra-melodious affair, is also superb.
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2 Da Core (12")
Cat: ZIQ 414. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Bass
  1. 2 Da Core (5:10)
  2. Get Up (3:07)
  3. 2 Da Core (RP Boo remix) (4:45)
  4. Nuh Ramp (4:43)
Review: Basic Rhythm's second appearance on Planet Mu plots a path from hardcore to footwork via jungle in devastating fashion. The A side houses the kinetic "2 Da Core" with mashed up vocal samples and crunchy drums into a bass heavy bomb, followed by "Get Up" with its hazy vocal samples and fat bass which comes together into a weird and wonderful rhythm. RP Boo's remixes are rather few and far between but we're treated to one here that is icy and skeletal, with echoing hits ringing out over impossibly deep sub bass. "Nah Ramp" is a destructive final offering with off grid clatter and lurching drums keeping you in a spin.
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BASSO/VARIOUS
Cat: ZZZV 19003. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Hans Hass - "Welche Farbe Hat Der Wind" (4:28)
  2. DJ Food - "The Dawn" (4:58)
  3. RVDS - "Minuet De Vampire" (5:41)
  4. Horizont - "Light Of Darkness" (5:31)
  5. Xiame - "Nosso Destino" (5:04)
  6. Miko - "Im Garten" (3:00)
  7. Massimo Stella - "C'e Una Donna Sola" (4:04)
  8. Trimolo - "Tempo 100" (5:08)
  9. Diedel - "Wo Seid Ihr" (3:50)
  10. Mikey D - "I Need You" (dub) (6:04)
  11. Wolfsmond - "Fuhl Dich Frei" (Basso Maxi edit) (6:44)
  12. Ghia - "You Won't Sleep On My Pillow" (3:49)
  13. Jean Phillipe Rykiel - "Fair Light" (4:22)
Review: Music For Dreams' latest must-have compilation of obscure Balearic treats comes courtesy of noted digger Basso, a DJ, producer and re-editor who has previously released some killer scalpel jobs on Joe's Bakery and People Must Jam. You'll find one of his edits tucked away towards the end of the EP - a tidy extension of Wolfsmond's sun-kissed, Chris Rea-esque German language number "Fuhl Dich Frei" - alongside stunning selections that variously touch on stoned West Coast jazz-rock, new age, ambient, drowsy 80s pop, kosmiche and loved-up late night AOR shufflers. An inspired collection of pretty much unknown gems; what's not to like?
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Lost Girls (clear splattered vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BATFL 01LPX. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Kids In The Dark (2:00)
  2. The Hunger (2:00)
  3. Feel For You (2:00)
  4. Desert Man (2:00)
  5. Jasmine (2:00)
  6. Vampires (2:00)
  7. So Good (2:00)
  8. Safe Tonight (2:00)
  9. Peach Sky (2:00)
  10. Mountains (2:00)
Review: Don't believe everything you read - the fifth Bat For Lashes album confirms this girl (or woman) found herself musically and thematically some time ago, freeing up creative energy to explore new approaches to deliver her often mournful, always heartfelt songs inspired by personal crises and private longings. On this outing there's more than a hint of 1980s pop evident in the mix. Shades of Prince ("Feel For You"), Madonna ("So Good"), Bowie's Berlin days and electro-era Gary Numan (the stunning, infectious instrumental "Vampires") cast the record in a nostalgia that suits the sense of yearning that always seems to pervade Natasha Khan's work. Simply name-checking reference points is lazy and unfair, though. This is an incredible collection of tracks moulded in the artist's own image - bold, beautiful and instantly captivating. Then again, it would be surprising if anyone had expected anything less.
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Lost Girls (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BATFL 01LP. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Kids In The Dark (3:21)
  2. The Hunger (4:52)
  3. Feel For You (3:34)
  4. Desert Man (3:23)
  5. Jasmine (2:52)
  6. Vampires (3:02)
  7. So Good (3:33)
  8. Safe Tonight (4:15)
  9. Peach Sky (4:31)
  10. Mountains (4:35)
Review: Don't believe everything you read - the fifth Bat For Lashes album confirms this girl (or woman) found herself musically and thematically some time ago, freeing up creative energy to explore new approaches to deliver her often mournful, always heartfelt songs inspired by personal crises and private longings. On this outing there's more than a hint of 1980s pop evident in the mix. Shades of Prince ("Feel For You"), Madonna ("So Good"), Bowie's Berlin days and electro-era Gary Numan (the stunning, infectious instrumental "Vampires") cast the record in a nostalgia that suits the sense of yearning that always seems to pervade Natasha Khan's work. Simply name-checking reference points is lazy and unfair, though. This is an incredible collection of tracks moulded in the artist's own image - bold, beautiful and instantly captivating. Then again, it would be surprising if anyone had expected anything less.
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Days Of The Bagnold Summer (gatefold LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: OLE 14551. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Sister Buddha (Intro) (3:00)
  2. I Know Where The Summer Goes (4:23)
  3. Did The Day Go Just Like You Wanted? (3:10)
  4. Jill Pole (3:01)
  5. I'll Keep It Inside (1:55)
  6. Safety Valve (3:00)
  7. The Colour's Gonna Run (2:21)
  8. Another Day, Another Night (1:32)
  9. Get Me Away From Here I'm Dying (3:56)
  10. Wait & See What The Day Holds (3:16)
  11. Sister Buddha (4:05)
  12. This Letter (3:24)
  13. We Were Never Glorious (5:22)
Review: Considering their penchant for spinning yarns and the cinematographically-suited nature of much of their work, it's surprising "Days Of The Bagnold Summer" is only Belle & Sebastian's second shot at a movie score. The last was 2001's '"Storytelling", accompanying Todd Solondz's movie of the same name, and they certainly did a good job then. So, high expectations this time round. For those unfamiliar, their latest foray into the film world partners the directorial debut of Simon Bird, best known to many as one of "The Inbetweeners". The flick, an adaptation of Joff Winterhart's 2012 graphic novel, chronicles the life and times of a teenage metalhead and his single mother. The album perfectly accompanies but also contributes to that tale. Highly emotive instrumental tracks and classic B&S songs-proper, this OST is destined to go down well with the band's true believers.
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Belpaese 06 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BELP 006. Rel: 11 Sep 19
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Vieni Con Me (8:05)
  2. 20 Secoli Di Favole (7:36)
Review: The sneaky scalpel fiends behind the Belpaese Edits imprint are back with more inspired reworks of obscure, little known and overlooked European - and mostly Italian - gems from the 1970s and '80s. First up is "Vieni Con Mi", a wonderfully overblown chunk of loose-limbed jazz-rock/disco-soul fusion blessed with breathy female vocals, mazy flutes, wah-wah guitars, heavy bass and drumming so wild it may well be capable of raising cadavers from their graves. Flipside "20 Secoli Di Favole" is similarly minded, if a little closer to Baldelli "cosmic rock" territory - all ragged rock riffs, manic female vocals, groovy bass and intergalactic analogue synthesizer lines.
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Jorge Ben (reissue) (limited 180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: 700126. Rel: 28 Aug 19
International
  1. Criola (3:32)
  2. Domingas (3:32)
  3. Cade Teresa? (3:24)
  4. Barbarella (3:16)
  5. Pais Tropical (4:11)
  6. Take It Easy My Brother Charles (2:38)
  7. Descobri Que Eu Sou Um Anjo (4:05)
  8. Bebete Vaobora (2:35)
  9. Quem Foi Que Roubou A Sopeira De Porcelana Chinesa Que A Vovo Ganhou Da Da Baronesa? (3:10)
  10. Que Pena (3:03)
  11. Charles, Anjo 45 (4:53)
Review: Hard strumming samba groove specialist Jorge Ben was always one to bring exciting new influences to his music. On his sixth studio album he did so again, exploring everything from football fandom to romances with various young ladies via real self-awareness, all with his flair-filled and inventive lyrical style. Musically the album touches on soul and psychedelia with a genuine sense of liveliness and it marked a real commercial success for the artist, who - by the time of its release in 1969 - was already a venerated great in his native Brazil. To sum up, this is an essential work from a samba great.
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Played by: RUSTAM OSPANOFF.
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Never Mind (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: BANDULU 012. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Deep Dubstep
  1. Never Mind (4:19)
  2. Short Stay (4:13)
Review: Bandulu strike again! This time with fellow kindred system spirit Bengal Sound. Two more totally disarming, otherworldly experiments, if you've just returned from Outlook then you'll already know what damage these are causing. "Never Mind" warms up with graveyard stroll before opening up into a strange shimmering organ riff that doesn't quite sound as if it's made on this planet. "Short Stay" meanwhile twists up the percussion and drum arrangements, making them almost breathe with trippy toxicity and a wooziness you just can't find in any other style of music. One of a kind and already teased out a few months ago. This new batch won't last long.
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Cat: MS 086. Rel: 19 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Set Me Free (6:02)
  2. Don't Stop (5:02)
  3. Autumn Blues (5:43)
Review: Since first emerging in the late 1980s, Peter Elmaloglou has been one of the mainstays of the Australian techno scene. Derrick May is a fan and has decided to offer Elmaloglou the opportunity to showcase his wares on Transmat. A-side "Set Me Free" offers up an impressive fusion of soft-touch European tech-house tropes (fluid, delay-laden synthesizer motifs, tactile beats etc.), Chicago style psychedelic acid lines and the kind of rumbling, elongated bass tones that were once a feature of Kevin Saunderson's late '80s/early '90s work as Reese. Over on side B, "Don't Stop" is undulating, hypnotic and minimalist in tone, with percussion that both hisses and clicks, while "Autumn Blues" sees him pepper a squeezable techno groove with heady ambient chords and glassy-eyed electronic lead lines.
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Black Bones 6 (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BLACKBONES 006. Rel: 16 Sep 19
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Yearning To Fly (5:34)
  2. Eejit Safari (4:09)
  3. Painting By Rumors (5:26)
  4. For Pete's Sake (4:25)
Review: More bone-shaking sounds from the mysterious edit crew as they hit their sixth EP. As always, it's a full flavour fusion laced with stacks of spice. From the desert striding twangs and percussive rattles of EP opener "Yearning To Fly" right through to the final Roland rollicking of the vibrantly trippy new wave slap-bass popping sheller "For Pete's Sake", it's another deeply dug set rife in references and plastered in psychedelic flourishes.
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Evolutions EP (12" 再出版)
Cat: PS 001. Rel: 14 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Essential Paradise (feat Slikk Tim - Fred P Reshape) (6:57)
  2. Mystery Of Fantasy (reprise) (2:34)
  3. Mystery Of Fantasy (G Fantasy mix) (8:06)
  4. 120 Black Key Experiment (Continuation interlude) (2:48)
Review: Having decided to retire his long-serving Soul People Music label, Fred P has immediately replaced it with Perpetual Sound, an imprint he says will serve up a far more eclectic range of records. To mark the label's debut, the acclaimed deep house and techno producer has decided to reignite his Black Jazz Consortium project after a five-year hiatus. Up first is "Essential Paradise", delicious fusion of jazzy deep house and tech-soul whose spacey pads, bustling beats and Herbie Hancock synths come accompanied by some wild, unchained solos from keys player Slikk Tim. Elsewhere, attention will naturally fall on Mr G's sleazy, heavy and low-slung techno take on "Mystery of Fantasy", which is also available as a tasty, ambient style "Reprise" (all synthesized orchestral sweeps, warm bass and glassy-eyed electronics).
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Cat: SAT 044. Rel: 11 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Nothing Makes Me Feel (Good Anymore) (5:40)
  2. Street Emotion (6:12)
  3. Get Something (3:58)
  4. The Right Way (5:42)
  5. Hustle (4:45)
  6. Golden Chains (5:47)
Review: Emmy Award-winning composer Jordan Lieb has previously proved to be a masterful maker of crackly, atmospheric deep house. We shouldn't be that surprised, then, that his latest mini-album for Scissor And Thread - the rather depressingly titled "Nothing Makes Me Feel (Good Anymore)" - is full of the stuff. The undoubted highlight for us is the poignant and melancholic title track, though for club plays you seriously can't beat the sub-heavy, R&B-sampling shuffle of the cut that follows it, "Street Emotion". You'll find more chopped-and-screwed vocal samples on the deep and chunky "Get Something", while "The Right Way" is a near perfect fusion of loved-up deep house musicality and laid back electro grooves. The New Jersey garage influenced "Hustle" and Dream 2 Science-esque "Golden Chains" are also superb.
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Cat: WR 24734. Rel: 23 Aug 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Buck Em Down (album version) (4:38)
  2. Buck Em Down (album instrumental) (4:25)
Review: Official classic hip hop reissue from Black Moon using that Donald Byrd Wind Parade looped sample to great effect
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Mizik Bel (12")
Cat: FVR 156. Rel: 16 Sep 19
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Mizik Bel (5:13)
  2. Mizik Bel (Africaine 808 remix) (8:17)
Review: A while back, Africaine 808's DJ Nomad contacted Favorite Recordings' chief Pascal Rioux about a killer track he'd been given some years back - an obscure, previously CD-R only fusion of modern Gwo-ka and Zouk by Esnard Boisdur entitled "Mizik Bel". Rioux was excited by what he heard and agreed that the track should come out on vinyl, accompanied by a fresh rework by Nomad and Dirk Leyers as Africaine 808. Boisdur's original version (side A) is rhythmically dense but also cheery and life affirming, with celebratory chorus vocals and 80s zouk style synth lines subtly rising above a busy, all-action groove. Arguably even better is the sub-heavy Africaine 808 mix, which brilliantly re-imagines the track as a tasty chunk of tropical house/disco-zouk fusion.
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Le New Life (2xLP)
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 244. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Chestnut Heartsprite (13:15)
  2. Slave To The Vibe (4:44)
  3. Paid By The Rhythm (7:44)
  4. Copacabana Dub (11:39)
  5. Don't Bug Me (5:14)
  6. Konoba Boba (9:03)
Review: Axel Boman's 2013 debut album "Family Vacation" was something of a triumph, so it's heartening to report that this belated sequel is every bit as inspired. He begins in fine style by delivering his most loved-up and glassy-eyed track yet - a Sister Sledge sampling chunk of rushing sunrise deep house - before flitting between booming sub-bass and more bliss-inducing musical flourishes on the down-low throb of "Slave To The Vibe". There's an intoxicating and exotic feel to the gently percussive cut that follows, killer ethno-house jam "Paid By The Rhythm", while "Copacabana Dub" is an expertly executed exercise in deep house/Latin percussion fusion. As if that lot wasn't enough to set our pulse racing, trippy slo-mo house chugger "Don't Bug Me" and opaque deep techno shuffler "Konoba Boba" are both suitably sublime.
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Cat: FPI 018. Rel: 17 Sep 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Engine Dub Number 9 (Jorun Dusted Out Space Echo edit) (4:34)
  2. Opening Act (feat Emskee) (2:43)
Review: Fresh Pressings return with goods that are true to their name. It's Portugal by way of Halifax, Nova Scotia hip hop DJ and producer Jorun Bombay who is behind this one. He pioneered the scene in his native Canada, has led his own talent-filled coalitions and built up a fine discography over the last 15 years. This is a welcome new addition that finds him add tons of dubbed out space echo to "Engine Dub Number 9" while raw, funky breaks power it along. "Opening Act (feat Emskee)" is a more rolling beat with old school mic work and crisp hits.
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Played by: Dynamite Cuts
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I I (gatefold LP + 30 page booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: JAG 350LP. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Yi (1:30)
  2. Imi (4:40)
  3. We (3:06)
  4. Holyfields (3:32)
  5. Hey, Ma (2:22)
  6. U (Man Like) (4:22)
  7. Naeem (3:08)
  8. Jelmore (2:30)
  9. Faith (3:34)
  10. Marion (2:20)
  11. Salem (3:44)
  12. Sh'diah (4:10)
  13. RABi (3:27)
Review: Justin Vernon's voice has always been the people's main attraction to Bon Iver, and the fact his pseudonym even exists is certainly no coincidence. As fragile and heartbroken as it is forthright and experienced, when you're wearing a shredded heart on sleeve and confessing to all your deepest insecurities using a pen name can help immensely. Album number four perhaps proves this more than any of its predecessors. While the three previous chapters have all made his thoughts, feelings, insecurities and fears clear, this one takes honesty to new heights. Combining the frail electronics that have gradually slipped their way into his back catalogue with the acoustics of his earliest, rocket-to-fame efforts, it's a culmination of all that's been in the truest sense. Perhaps even more intimate than the breathtakingly personal "For Emma, Forever Ago", "i,i" is a striking work to say the least.
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Cylene (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: EMEGO 262. Rel: 12 Sep 19
Ambient/Drone
  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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No No No (limited 7" 再出版) (1 per customer)
Cat: BAS 1006. Rel: 11 Sep 19
International
  1. No, No, No (3:52)
  2. Evil Ways (instrumental) (2:58)
Review: Originally pressed (on a limited run) in 2013, LA Latin funk troupe Boogaloo Assassins have reissued these two spellbinding cover versions again due to public demand. Still on a highly limited run, both cuts need to be in your collection: Dawn Penn's "No No No" gets a strict samba switch with lavish percussion and consistent vocal harmonies throughout while Sonny Henry's "Evil Ways" (best known from its Santana cover) gets the dreamy instrumental treatment where the horns and glocks do the narrating over a tight bed of wood blocks, shakers and liquid Rhodes. Killer stuff and Juno is one of the few stores outside of USA which is carrying the 45. Don't Sleep !
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Off (12")
Cat: NOE 002. Rel: 05 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Philipp Boss - "Lava" (5:56)
  2. Griezman - "Decheterie" (8:27)
  3. Martyne - "Zoober" (6:26)
  4. Bodin - "A Walk In The Park" (6:15)
Review: Not On Earth's first release sold out in quick time - unsurprising given the reputation of Frankfurt based founders Bodin & Jacob. Their second is a various artists affair that shows off some of the talents they have unearthed, while Bodin also reappears with "A Walk In The Park." It's a brilliantly militant cut with clipped, marching beats and rasping bass squelches, and elsewhere Philipp Boss opens the EP with the slippery electro rhythms of "Lava". Griezman's "Decheterie" is an uptempo bit of proper first wave tech house a la Terry Francis. Closing out this more than handy EP is the hard edged electro-tech of "Zoober" from Martyne.

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