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Darkest Light
Darkest Light (hand-numbered 7'' limited to 350 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: MSH 105. Rel: 26 Jul 19
  1. Darkest Light (45 edit)
  2. Outlaw Blues Band - "Deep Gully" (45 edit)
Review: The Mushi 45 series returns with something rather special: a limited edition seven-inch containing un-credited re-edits of two killer cuts that have previously provided sample fodder for some of the biggest hip-hop cuts of all time. On side A the mystery re-work merchants set to work on the Lafayette Afro-Rock Band's "Darkest Light", a jazzy laidback funk shuffler whose snaking sax line has popped up on countless rap tracks by the likes of Jay-Z, Public Enemy and Ice Cube. Over on the flip Outlaw Blues Band's "Deep Gully" gets the rearrangement treatment. It's another familiar favourite thanks to use in cuts by MC Serch, De La Soul and Cyprus Hill, with the secretive scalpel fiends tastefully cutting and pasting the deep grooves, eyes-closed guitar solos and jazzy horn arrangements.
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coming soon $10.33
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Vol 4
Vol 4 (40 gram vinyl 7")
Cat: TURB 017.
  1. Keeping Up With The Commodore
  2. Whatever Happened To The Hippies?
Review: The Library Vultures return with Volume 4 of their mischievous archive-music cut ups. Keeping Up With The Commodore reworks a 1980s Australian TV jingle encouraging us to embrace the incredible spread-sheeting powers of the new Commodore 64. On the flip Whatever Happened To The Hippies? layers vintage counter culture documentary footage and a chunky Beck / Fatboy beat, over an instrumental sit com cue that wouldn't sound out of place in the background of Cheers.




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The Big Beat
The Big Beat (7" limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: BAB 012. Rel: 26 Jul 19
  1. The Big Beat (extended Breaks Special edition)
  2. Gimmie What You Got (extended Breaks Special edition)
Review: We've said this before, but there's something brilliantly simple about the Beats & Breaks label's "Extended Breaks" series of seven-inch re-edits. There's no superfluous fluff or needless rearrangement, just solid and matter-or-fact extensions of key drum breaks to both aid mixing and light up dancefloors. For proof, check the mysterious re-editors' take on Billy Squier's 1980 heavy rock workout "The Big Beat", which prioritizes the track's fat, bottom-heavy drums and the singer's impassioned vocal yelps while stripping out most of the gnarled guitar riffs. If you need a bit of a breather from the heavy dancefloor pressure, the crew's subtle revision of Le Pamplemousse's drowsy, synth-laden deep disco shuffler "Gimme What You Got" - a string-laden slice of sun-kissed sweetness - should do the trick.
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Played by: The Allergies
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Vou Morar No Teu Sorriso
  1. Trio Ternura - "Vou Morar No Teu Sorriso"
  2. Eliana Pittman - "Quem Vai Querer"
Review: Mr Bongo's Brazil 45s series rarely misses a beat, with each successive seven-inch showcasing two more hard-to-find treats from the dim and distant past. The latest instalment opens with "Vou Morar No Teu Sorriso", a sought-after cut from Trio Tenura's eponymous 1971 MPB/soul fusion album. It's a genuinely summery treat, with ear-catching, reverb-heavy vocals and rising horn lines rising above a life-affirming backing track. On the flip you'll find "Quem Vai Querer", the title track from a superb 1977 album by Eliana Pittman. A breezy chunk of sizzling samba-soul, the cut features an impeccable lead vocal from Pittman and some sing-along group chorus vocals
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Beats House Remixes # 1
VARIOUS
Cat: BHR 1. Rel: 30 Aug 19
  1. Ultimate Force & Djar One - "Tuff" (So Damn Djar One remix)
  2. Large Professor & Kesta - "Key To The City" (Kesta remix)
Review: There's been a lot of online chatter about this blink-and-you'll-miss-it release, a perfectly pitched debut from the DJar One's freshly minted Beats House remix series. Fittingly, Djar One handles side A, offering up a suitably fat and insatiably funky revision of Ultimate Force's "Tuff". Utilising thick drum beats, on-point scratches, hazy horn blasts and occasional snatches of the "Apache" break, the French DJ/producer re-imagines the cut as a floor-friendly boom-bap smasher. Pal Kesta is in similarly good form on the flip, where he offers up a heavy but bouncy take on Large Professor's "Key To The City" that's full of razor-sharp scratches, breakdancing-friendly drums and all manner of classic hip-hop samples. Wherever the party's at, these two remixes will definitely do the business.
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coming soon $12.92
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Pacific Breeze: Japanese City Pop AOR & Boogie 1976-1986
  1. Tomoko Soryo - "I Say Who"
  2. Taeko Ohnuki - "Kusuri Wo Takusan"
  3. Minako Yoshida - "Midnight Driver"
  4. Nanako Sato - "Subterranean Futari Bocci"
  5. Haruomi Hosono - "Sports Men"
  6. Izumi Kobayashi - "Coffee Rumba"
  7. FOE - "In My Jungle"
  8. Akira Inoue, Hiroshi Sato, Masataka Matsutoya - "Sun Bathing"
  9. Hiroshi Satoh - "Say Goodbye"
  10. Yukihiro Takahashi - "Drip Dry Eyes"
  11. Masayoshi Takanaka - "Bamboo Vender"
  12. Shigeru Suzuki - "Lady Pink Panther"
  13. Haruomi Hosono, Takahiko Ishikawa, Masataka Matsutoya - "Mykonos No Hanayome"
  14. Yasuko Agawa - "LA Night"
  15. Hitomi Tohyama - "Exotic Yokogao"
  16. Tazumi Toyoshima - "Machibouke"
Review: U.S label Light In The Attic has previously served up compilations exploring various Japanese takes on Western music, most notably folk, rock, ambient and new age. Here they switch tack, curating a brilliant double-album set that showcases the best Japanese synth-pop, AOR and boogie recorded between 1976 and '86. The quality threshold remains impressively high throughout, from the blue-eyed-soul breeze of Taeko Ohnuki's "Kusuri Wo Takusan" and the Chaz Jankel-meets-Thompson Twins style throb of Haruomi Hosono's "Sports Men", to the talkbox-sporting late night AOR-pop flex's Hiroshi Satoh's "Say Goodbye" and the glistening, Latin-influenced jazz-funk brilliance of Masayoshi Takanaka's steel pan-sporting "Bamboo Vender".
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