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Midnight On Rainbow Road (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: RHM 019. Rel: 23 Apr 19
Deep House
  1. Midnight On Roadbow Road (beat edit) (6:34)
  2. Midnight On Roadbow Road (6:23)
Review: Leon Vynehall's stunningly picturesque "Midnight On Rainbow Road" was one of the undoubted highlights of Gerd Jansen's second Musik For Autobahns compilation, which was released in the autumn of 2015 by Rush Hour. Here, it gets a deserved single release, with the original - a hypnotic, driving-inspired blend of fluid electronic melodies, a wispy percussion and Jonny Nash style glistening guitar lines - being complimented by a brand new "Beat Edit". This adds a slowly unfurling, head-nodding rhythm that takes the track further towards Detroit Beatdown territory. In essence, though, it sounds like an early '90s ambient house jam. That's no bad thing, given that Vynehall seems to have emphasised the sun-kissed beauty of the original in the process.
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Butterflies (12" 再出版)
Cat: ROYAL 023. Rel: 15 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. Butterflies
  2. This Is The Place
Review: Originally debuting on Well Rounded Records' Housing Project sub-label in 2012, Leon Vynehall has since become one of the UK's most in-demand of the new wave of young house producers. He's released subsequent records for George Fitzgerald's ManMakeMusic and Will Saul's Aus, and most recently an album on Martyn's 3024. Vynehall is now in cruise control and he lays back on Clone's Royal Oak with what will prove to be a favourite with DJs this summer. "Butterflies" is this record's piano-driven house jam, but really it's all about "This Is The Place", a loved up peach of a production with the strength to appease the underground and crossover into the mainstream.
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Cat: ZENCD 249. Rel: 15 Jun 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. From The Sea/It Looms (Chapters I & II)
  2. Movements (Chapter III)
  3. Birds On The Tarmac (Footnote III)
  4. Julia (Footnote IV)
  5. Drinking It In Again (Chapter IV)
  6. Trouble (Chapter V) (part I, II & III)
  7. Envelopes (Chapter VI)
  8. English Oak (Chapter VII)
  9. Ice Cream (Chapter VIII)
  10. It Breaks (Chapter IX)
Review: You have to admire Leon Vynehall's ambition. Although he built his career by delivering atmospheric, otherworldly club music, his first set for Ninja Tune is a sprawling, largely ambient - or at the very least hazy and horizontal - concept album inspired by the story of his parents emigrating to New York. Thus, the ten tracks that make up the album - crafted from a combination of field recordings, sound effects, orchestral instrumentation recorded at Konk's studio in New York and his own sublime electronics - were produced and sequenced to tell a story. It's epic stuff, all told, but crucially also incredibly good. It proves, without any shadow of a doubt, that Vynehall is a producer with talent to match his widescreen vision.
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DJ Kicks (unmixed CD)
K7
Cat: K7 377CD. Rel: 01 Feb 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Leon Vynehall - "Who Loved Before"
  2. Kemikal - "Genie"
  3. Tomaga - "Giant Bitmap"
  4. De Fabriek - "Loopy"
  5. Haruomi Hosono - "Rose & Beast"
  6. DgoHn - "Force To"
  7. The Bygraves - "Set Me Free"
  8. Degrees Of Freedom - "August Is An Angel"
  9. Ellen Fullman - "Over & Under"
  10. Bourbonese Qualk - "Moving Forward"
  11. Shamos - "Nuws"
  12. Genesis P Orridge & Dave Ball - "Sex & The Married Frog"
  13. Run Dust - "Full Slice"
  14. DJ Zozi - "Mellow Vibe"
  15. RAC - "Fushigi"
  16. Primitive - "Lapis Lazuli B2"
  17. Crinan - "Kilimanjaro"
  18. Ploy - "Pressure"
  19. Leon Vynehall - "Ducee's Drawbar"
  20. Pavilion - "Happy Track"
  21. Peach - "Faxing Jupiter"
  22. Etch - "Unsung Hero Of Irrelevance"
  23. Mirage - "Deep Rage"
  24. AFX - "Children Talking"
  25. Jana Rush - "Divine"
  26. Robert Haigh - "Music For Piano"
Review: On his contribution to the long-running "DJ Kicks" series, Leon Vynehall has decided to take a widescreen approach, offering up a blend that showcases the depth and variety of his music collection rather than his club-rocking skills. The first half of the mix ebbs and flows with the laidback drowsiness of his selections, which flit between post trip-hop beats, ambient, IDM, electronica and crunchy post-punk pop. Midway through he begins to crank things up a notch or two via RAC's UK garage-influenced 1997 cut "Fushigi", the chunky peak-time warmth of Crinan's "Kilimanjaro" and the bass-heavy pump of Ploy's "Pressure", before unleashing some seriously intense experimental dancefloor workouts from the likes of Etch, Aphex Twin and Peach. It makes for a hugely enjoyable and at times breathtakingly brilliant musical journey.
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Rojus: Designed To Dance (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: RB 061. Rel: 01 Apr 16
Deep House
  1. Beyond This... (3:37)
  2. Saxony (4:32)
  3. Beau Sovereign (5:57)
  4. Paradisea (6:41)
  5. Wahness (6:55)
  6. Blush (8:32)
  7. Kiburu's (8:30)
  8. ...There Is You (5:13)
Review: Having contributed a stellar track to Gerd Janson's Musik For Autobahns 2 compilation, it's little surprise to see Leon Vynehall pop up on Running Back. Rojus (Designed To Dance) is an expansive affair, with eight tracks stretched across two slabs of wax. It's also predictably varied; contrast, for example, the drowsy ambient chords and twinkling electronics of opener "Beyond This", and the deep-jack-goes-rave sweatiness of "Beau Sovereign". Vynehall also finds space for the Balearic jazz-house swing of "Paradisea", the wall-of-sound Detroit deep house of "Blush", and the African influenced drum workout "...There Is You". In other words, it's a versatile cracker.
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Nothing Is Still (heavyweight vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 249. Rel: 15 Jun 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. From The Sea/It Looms (Chapters I & II) (6:16)
  2. Movements (Chapter III) (3:51)
  3. Birds On The Tarmac (Footnote III) (1:17)
  4. Julia (Footnote IV) (2:24)
  5. Drinking It In Again (Chapter IV) (3:47)
  6. Trouble (Chapter V) (part I, II, & III) (5:41)
  7. Envelopes (Chapter VI) (5:19)
  8. English Oak (Chapter VII) (4:30)
  9. Ice Cream (Chapter VIII) (4:47)
  10. It Breaks (Chapter IX) (2:06)
Review: You have to admire Leon Vynehall's ambition. Although he built his career by delivering atmospheric, otherworldly club music, his first set for Ninja Tune is a sprawling, largely ambient - or at the very least hazy and horizontal - concept album inspired by the story of his parents emigrating to New York. Thus, the ten tracks that make up the album - crafted from a combination of field recordings, sound effects, orchestral instrumentation recorded at Konk's studio in New York and his own sublime electronics - were produced and sequenced to tell a story. It's epic stuff, all told, but crucially also incredibly good. It proves, without any shadow of a doubt, that Vynehall is a producer with talent to match his widescreen vision.
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DJ Kicks (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
K7
Cat: K7 377LP. Rel: 01 Feb 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Leon Vynehall - "Who Loved Before" (2:04)
  2. Leon Vynehall - "Ducee's Drawbar" (4:17)
  3. Ploy - "Pressure" (5:36)
  4. Peach - "Faxing Jupiter" (5:54)
  5. Pavilion - "Happy Track" (6:00)
  6. Crinan - "Kilimanjaro" (6:55)
  7. AFX - "Children Talking" (5:21)
  8. Primitive - "Lapis Lazuli B2" (6:42)
Review: On his contribution to the long-running "DJ Kicks" series, Leon Vynehall has decided to take a widescreen approach, offering up a blend that showcases the depth and variety of his music collection rather than his club-rocking skills. The first half of the mix ebbs and flows with the laidback drowsiness of his selections, which flit between post trip-hop beats, ambient, IDM, electronica and crunchy post-punk pop. Midway through he begins to crank things up a notch or two via RAC's UK garage-influenced 1997 cut "Fushigi", the chunky peak-time warmth of Crinan's "Kilimanjaro" and the bass-heavy pump of Ploy's "Pressure", before unleashing some seriously intense experimental dancefloor workouts from the likes of Etch, Aphex Twin and Peach. It makes for a hugely enjoyable and at times breathtakingly brilliant musical journey.
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Nothing Is Still (Deluxe Edition) (limited LP box + poster + book + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 249X. Rel: 15 Jun 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. From The Sea/It Looms (Chapters I & II) (6:16)
  2. Movements (Chapter III) (3:51)
  3. Birds On The Tarmac (Footnote III) (1:17)
  4. Juli (Footnote IV) (2:24)
  5. Drinking It In Again (Chapter IV) (3:47)
  6. Trouble - (Chapter V) (part I, II & III) (5:41)
  7. Evenlopes (Chapter VI) (5:19)
  8. English Oak (Chapter VII) (4:30)
  9. Ice Cream (Chapter VIII) (4:47)
  10. It Breaks (Chapter IX) (2:06)
Review: You have to admire Leon Vynehall's ambition. Although he built his career by delivering atmospheric, otherworldly club music, his first set for Ninja Tune is a sprawling, largely ambient - or at the very least hazy and horizontal - concept album inspired by the story of his parents emigrating to New York. Thus, the ten tracks that make up the album - crafted from a combination of field recordings, sound effects, orchestral instrumentation recorded at Konk's studio in New York and his own sublime electronics - were produced and sequenced to tell a story. It's epic stuff, all told, but crucially also incredibly good. It proves, without any shadow of a doubt, that Vynehall is a producer with talent to match his widescreen vision.
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