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Kakusei (reissue)
Kakusei (reissue) (180 gram audiophile vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 1117B. Rel: 01 Nov 23
Hip Hop/R&B
Intro (1:06)
Escape (Feat.ASA) (3:47)
Parallel Distortion (feat DJ Sak) (3:21)
Inorganizm (feat DJ Kensei & DJ Hide For Kemuri Productions) (6:40)
Deltaforest (feat Jun Sawada) (5:09)
Crimson (2:30)
The Dawn (feat Shawn J Period For Fruition music) (5:12)
Interlude (2:10)
85 Loop (4:58)
Rust (feat KK Of The Lo-Vibes Crew) (3:12)
1200 (feat Hideo) (5:13)
Krushed Wall With Rhythm Troops (5:04)
The Kinetics (feat Sinista Of The X-Ecutioners) (3:13)
Final Home (4:33)
No More (feat DJ Yas & DJ Hazu For Kemuri Productions) (6:08)
Outro (1:38)
Final Home (bonus track - vocal version) (4:42)
Review: By the time he released Kakusei in 1998, DJ Krush was already a veteran of trip-hop production, now enjoying the wider reach afforded on a major label after James Lavelle's Mo'Wax label initially brought him to upfront Western ears. Even if it was released on Sony, Kakusei found the Japanese beatsmith taking his sound deeper and further out. Just check the likes of 'Parallel Distortion', with its icy atmospherics and staggered rhythmic ripples punctuated by DJ Sak's cuts. Cutting up his source material with ever-increasing confidence and creating something positively murky in the process, Krush created a truly evergreen album in Kakusei and now it's being repressed on heavyweight vinyl and sounding phatter than ever before.
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 in stock $41.69
Jaku (180 gram audiophile vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: MOVLP 1154. Rel: 11 Sep 14
Hip Hop/R&B
Still Island (with Shuuzan Morita)
Road To Nowhere
Nosferatu (with Mr Lif)
The Beginning
Transition (with Tetsuro Naito)
Stormy Cloud (with Ken Shima)
Univearth (with Tetsuro Naito)
Decks Athron (with Tatsuki)
Kill Switch (with Aesop R)
Slit Of Cloud (with Akira Sakata)
Beyond Raging Waves (with Shinichi Kinoshita)
Distant Voices
Song 2
Review: Krush's eighth - and last - album Jaku is up there with Endtroducing and Donuts in terms of seminal, influential and forward-thinking beat longer players. 10 years since its release and it still sounds as timeless, unique and exciting as it did in 2004. The slick licks of a young Mr Lif on "Nosferatu", the post-apocalyptic tension of "Univearth" the sludgy, swampy cosmic hip-hop of the Aesop Rock-featured "Kill Switch" and the unashamed sax sex of "Slit Of Cloud"..... Do we need to go on? Limited edition, 180g transparent vinyl; even if you already have this in your collection this is a very, very appealing investment.
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 in stock $35.88
Bad Brothers (Black History Month)
Bad Brothers (Black History Month) (limited turquoise vinyl LP)
Cat: 552026 0. Rel: 05 Oct 23
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
The Jackal (The Illest mix) (7:22)
S**t Goes Down (But I Got Phunked Up mix) (6:13)
Love I Never Had It So Good (5:11)
So What! (Tuff 'N' Smooth mix) (5:08)
Season For Change (Dawn Of The Season mix) (4:55)
Bad Brother (How Ya Like My Wheel mix) (5:58)
 in stock $31.65
Ki Oku (reissue)
Cat: JAG 231018. Rel: 16 May 24
Toh-Sui (3:17)
Tobira-1 (2:11)
Mu-Getsu (3:55)
Ha-Doh (2:23)
Sun Is Shining (5:09)
Mu-Chu (3:46)
Tobira-2 (2:58)
Fu-Yu (7:04)
Ki-Gen (4:37)
Ko-Ku (4:26)
Shoh-Ka (5:22)
Bu-Seki (4:29)
Tobira-3 (5:32)
Review: Here's an all-time classic to kick back and roll a fat one to. 1996 was a landmark time for trip-hop and downtempo, and alongside DJ Shadow's Endtroducing came this silky smooth delight from Japanese turntablist maestro DJ Krush and jazz trumpeter Toshinori Kondo. Smoky beats and laconic chord licks form the perfect backdrop to Kondo's muted trumpet, and the mood just unfurls from the get-go in a brilliant reimagining of what lounge jazz could be in the fusion-fuelled 1990s. It's a benchmark which has been often imitated and rarely bettered, more than worthy of a remaster and repress on double vinyl.
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