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I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know (reissue)
I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know (reissue) (coloured vinyl 12" limited to 250 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: CIRCUIT T2 SPECIAL 12 2 COLOUR. Rel: 25 Sep 20
  1. I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know (Timmy Regisford original version) (5:47)
  2. I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know (Joaquin's edit & Overdub version) (7:07)
Review: Second time around for Timmy Regisford's inspired rework of Donny Hathaway's 1972 classic "I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know", an unofficial revision that first slipped out on white label a couple of years ago. Regisford's revision is inspired, with the veteran New York producer layering Hathaway's heartfelt vocals and select instrumental elements from the original mix (guitar, orchestration) over a bed of rolling house beats and layered percussion. It's an emotional, life-affirming affair that re-casts the melancholic original as a stirring house classic. Over on side B, Joaquin 'Joe' Claussell offers an equally fine "Edits and Overdubs" version that adds some brand-new synth solos, spacey electronics and sweat-soaked percussion to Regisford's impressive revision.
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Played by: Vincent Inc
coming soon $18.91
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SSD EP
SSD EP (12")
Cat: WAT 004.
  1. Muse
  2. Solo
  3. Dew
  4. Cherry
Review: Jay Daniel back on his own Watusi High label with a killer record.
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coming soon $14.80
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Samurai
Samurai (180 gram 12" limited to 500 units)
Cat: 20660. Rel: 28 Aug 20
  1. Samurai
  2. Samurai (beats 0530 2020)
  3. Samurai (Piano)
Review: In 2003, Japanese nu-jazz maestro Jazztronik released arguably his most potent single to date, a rolling break beat number smothered in breathless piano lines and dreamy female vocal snippets called "Samurai". If you've not heard it or missed out first time around, we'd encourage you to check out the producer's new 2020 version. While it's not vastly different, all of the key elements - beats, piano and the heavenly female vocals - have been re-recorded. As a result, the track has never sounded heavier, brighter, or better. The 12" also includes two superb DJ tools: a drum tool featuring his punchy broken beat rhythms, and a "Piano" mix that showcases his inspiring, virtuoso playing and nothing else. In a word: essential.
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Played by: Vincent Inc
coming soon $19.71
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Ugh
Ugh (LP)
Cat: STR 003.
  1. Ecchi
  2. Mas The Orc
  3. Zip Your Boots Up Lad
  4. Run For President
  5. Spooki
  6. Keisha Billip
  7. Playstation
  8. Summer One
  9. Something To Do In The Future
  10. Meow Meow
Review: Fittingly, the third drop from London's freshly minted Sola Terra imprint is a first full-length from Brighton seven-piece Ebi Soda, a band that helped launch the label earlier in the year via their self-titled debut EP. Like that set, "Ugh" is rooted in jazz - their mighty horn section is made up of some seriously skilled players - but also draws much influence from dub, drowsy neo-soul, ambient, echoing electronica and head-nodding downtempo grooves. Throw in stellar amounts of delay and reverb, not to mention some cacophonous, high octane drumming, and you have a hugely impressive set that marks the arrival of an undeniably impressive outfit. Recommended.
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coming soon $27.67
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Qvark (reissue)
Qvark (reissue) (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: EAS 016.
  1. Strano (3:27)
  2. Mi Alzo (4:20)
  3. Permesso? (5:19)
  4. Qvark Disco Club (Vocale) (4:30)
  5. Qvark Disco Club (Strumentale) (5:15)
  6. Lino's Theme (4:10)
Review: Destination Milan, 1983: a group of like minded fusionists meet, jam and lay down their singular take on the blossoming Italo disco sound. A wild brew of funk, boogie, disco, Italo, rock and jazz, these sessions made it to tape but very little of it made it much further. Until now. Restored and remastered, these six tracks capture the familiarity the musicians had with each other and the loose energy shared between them. Highlights include the effortless interplay between guitar and sax on "Permesso?", the playful party swing of "Lino's Theme" and the slinky trippy intro "Strano". Bellissimo.
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coming soon $17.27
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Shapes EP
Shapes EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BHILL 005. Rel: 05 Oct 20
  1. People Floating
  2. Shapes (Dreaming mix)
  3. Up There
Review: Following a journey of releases via Morocco, Uganda and Kenya, Banana Hill look close to home for their fifth release and present an accomplished debut from Manchester-based producer Clay. Sounds of the city run through this record, from the ethereal synths, scattered percussion and driving low end of 'Up There' to the broken beat swing of 'People Floating' and the title track 'Shapes' that sounds like it was crafted for a specific moment at 5am in a Salford club.





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Absence
Absence (7")
Cat: ANGIS 333. Rel: 14 Sep 20
  1. Moon Crab
  2. Absence
Review: Angis Music, label run by the DJ Samuele Pagliai, is pleased to present HUMA: the new concept of Alberto Lincetto and Stefano Cosi, both musicians and producers belonging to the Italian experimental soul and jazz scene. Already active in other projects such as PCKT and Collettivo Immaginario, they boast collaborations with international artists such as Chauncey Yearwood, Tommaso Cappellato and Serena Brancale. The debut EP presents two very different scenarios where the solidity and minimalism of the rhythms blend with the deep yet refined harmonies. ""Moon Crab"" is the reminiscence of a cosmic journey with modern funk features, where a liquid and indefinite sound mass slowly evolves into a climax of drums and synthesizers, giving life to an irrepressible flow of emotions. "Absence", instead, with its melancholic tones and electronic acoustic sound represents a perfect epilogue with an open ending. The rest we will discover just by listening.
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