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Cat: TCLR 004. Rel: 22 Jun 13
Bass
  1. If I Was To
  2. Hazed
Review: Ably assisted by the evergreen Ninjatune, new UK imprint Technicolour have quietly become one of the more interesting labels to surface in the past 12 months jettisoning hard to pigeon hole material from Micachu keyboardist Raisa K, female post dubstepper Kid A and now BRTSH KNIGHTS. If I Was To represents the first official release from the South London collective and they come across like Disclosure with a much needed injection of 'ardcore rudeness. The title track in particular swings with a vicious slickness that's immediately gratifying, whilst the "reciprocate" vocal hook adds that much needed extra edge of addiction. "Hazed" meanwhile is a dark, smokey slice of R&B powered by reverse snares that feel influenced by Jam City's piston like rhythmics.
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out of stock $7.02
Broken Knowz (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TCLR 018. Rel: 25 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. Last Of The Dogons (2:36)
  2. Paradise Valley (4:43)
  3. Niiko (3:05)
  4. 1001 Nights (6:11)
  5. Squeaky Maya (6:02)
  6. $hake It Down (5:48)
  7. Knowledge Of Selfie (8:27)
  8. Boolin (1:26)
  9. Yemaya (6:45)
Review: It's amazing to think that Jay Daniel is still only 25. Since making his debut five years ago, the producer has been responsible for some of the finest house music to emerge from Detroit in recent times. Interestingly, he's slightly modified his woozy and gently soul-flecked blueprint on this hotly anticipated debut album. For starters, many of the tracks - standouts "Paradise Valley" and "Knowledge of Selfie" included - feature live drums, played and recorded in his mother's basement. This rhythmic adjustment gives Broken Knowz a far looser and warmer feel than his previous work, in the process elevating his deliciously rich and musical deep house to a whole new level. In other words, it's an impressively assured and entertaining debut album.
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out of stock $19.51
Cat: TCLRCD 018. Rel: 25 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. Last Of The Dogons
  2. Paradise Valley
  3. Niiko
  4. 1001 Nights
  5. Squeaky Maya
  6. $hake It Down
  7. Knowledge Of Selfie
  8. Boolin
  9. Yemaya
Review: It's amazing to think that Jay Daniel is still only 25. Since making his debut five years ago, the producer has been responsible for some of the finest house music to emerge from Detroit in recent times. Interestingly, he's slightly modified his woozy and gently soul-flecked blueprint on this hotly anticipated debut album. For starters, many of the tracks - standouts "Paradise Valley" and "Knowledge of Selfie" included - feature live drums, played and recorded in his mother's basement. This rhythmic adjustment gives Broken Knowz a far looser and warmer feel than his previous work, in the process elevating his deliciously rich and musical deep house to a whole new level. In other words, it's an impressively assured and entertaining debut album.
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Played by: Hélder Russo
out of stock $9.10
Theory Of Colours (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: TCLR 021. Rel: 17 Jul 17
Deep House
  1. Macadam Therapy (5:40)
  2. Leitmotiv (5:51)
  3. Murmure (4:47)
  4. Glass Jelly (5:19)
  5. Analogische Memories (6:01)
  6. Unconscious (8:53)
  7. Theory Of Colours (5:11)
Review: Via well received releases on the likes of Ghostly International and Kompakt, Berlin-based Dauwd Al Hilali has spent the last six years releasing increasingly impressive forays into deep house and techno. Given that many of these combined effortless musical warmth and mellow grooves with nods to more experimental electronic fare both old and new (Terry Riley, the Radiophonic Workshop, krautrock, Detroit beatdown etc.), hopes are naturally high for this debut album on Ninja Tune offshoot "Technicolour". Happily, it's exactly the kind of gently melodious and rhythmically persuasive set you'd expect, with his usual rich and hazy workouts being joined by tracks that variously look to ambient music and Theo Parrish for inspiration.
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 in stock $13.52
Cat: TCLRCD 021. Rel: 02 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. Macadam Therapy
  2. Leitmotiv
  3. Murmure
  4. Glass Jelly
  5. Analogische Memories
  6. Unconscious
  7. Theory Of Colours
Review: Via well received releases on the likes of Ghostly International and Kompakt, Berlin-based Dauwd Al Hilali has spent the last six years releasing increasingly impressive forays into deep house and techno. Given that many of these combined effortless musical warmth and mellow grooves with nods to more experimental electronic fare both old and new (Terry Riley, the Radiophonic Workshop, krautrock, Detroit beatdown etc.), hopes are naturally high for this debut album on Ninja Tune offshoot "Technicolour". Happily, it's exactly the kind of gently melodious and rhythmically persuasive set you'd expect, with his usual rich and hazy workouts being joined by tracks that variously look to ambient music and Theo Parrish for inspiration.
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out of stock $9.88
BB Bleu (12")
Cat: TCLR 003. Rel: 03 Jun 13
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. BB Bleu
  2. BB Bleu (original demo)
  3. BB Bleu (Eliphino remix)
  4. BB Bleu (Dolor remix)
Review: Released with some able assistance from Ninja Tune, Kid A is the latest hot prospect to join the dreamy, fuzzy soul collective like Vondelpark, The Weeknd, Raffertie et al. Washed-out and woozy, Kid A's mourns cut through each mix with clarity and emotion. Fancy more 4/4 'oomph'? Flip for Eliphino's deep house rub. Fancy more tripped out emphasis on the beat structure? Check Dolor's ambient-meets-fractured space soul rub.
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out of stock $6.50
Cat: TCLR 025. Rel: 18 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Is It Dry? (6:31)
  2. No Sweat (6:01)
  3. You Know (7:29)
  4. Oh Fer Sure (6:00)
Review: Having spent the last few years establishing himself as one of the world's most consistent makers of melodious, head-in-the-clouds deep house and blissful electronica, Project Pablo has secured a deal with Ninja Tune offshoot Technocolour. His first outing for the imprint is as colourful, hazy and tuneful as you'd expect, with glistening opener "Is It Dry?" setting the tone. The Montreal-based producer breaks up the beats a little on the cheeky but dreamy analogue funk of "No Sweat", before dropping a fistful of happy pills on the bustling, up-tempo dream house revivalism of "You Know". Finally, he explores his long-held love of breakbeat-driven tracks on the yearning but jaunty brilliance of closer "Oh Fer Sure".
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out of stock $7.80
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