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  1. Arctic Monkeys - "Leave Before The Lights Come On"
  2. The Newell Octet - "Baby I'm Yours"
Review: A brand new studio recording of the now live smash "Leave Before The Lights Come On" shows Alex Turner and gang further honing their songwriting craft with a track which could well turn out to be one of their finest.
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Dance Your Life Away (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: HVN 479. Rel: 01 Feb 19
  1. Dance Your Life Away (extended remix) (7:56)
  2. Dance Your Life Away (Andrew Weatherall remix) (7:51)
Review: The pairing of Evangeline Ling and David Wrench might seem an unlikely pairing. Yet a chance encounter at a mutual friend's party just one week after Wrench moved to London had led to an experimental studio session that's been going on ever since. Speaking about the track, Audiobooks claim to have wrote and recorded this "Dance Your Life Away" in a couple of days, with Ling so excited that she travelled across the city in her pyjamas so as not to waste any time. The pair's groovy disco-pop is complimented wonderfully by the inimitable Andrew Weatherall's groovy remix on the flip - working his magic as always.
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Cat: FRY 024. Rel: 31 Oct 17
  1. Laverne Baker - "Bumble Bees" (2:30)
  2. Lavern Baker & Jackie Wilson - "Think Twice (Rated X)" (2:24)
Review: For a classic 7" that makes you wish you could have experienced the rock and roll and blues heyday, these two dusty gems by Lavern Baker and Jackie Wilson are a great start. Taken from 1960, "Bumble Bees" by Baker is a chiming, doo-wop sing-a-long love song with a tastefully disgruntled character, while Baker & Wilson provide the excellent and X-rated "Think Twice", which sings about taboo topics like cocaine, pussy and reefa. It also boasts lyrics like 'son of a bitch', 'I aint gonna kiss your ass no more' and 'I've had enough of your shit' - not to mention the other out-there obscenities for the time which include references to oral sex. Lil Kim and Khia - eat your heart out!
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16 Tons (7")
Cat: POPC 151. Rel: 15 Jun 17
  1. 16 Tons (2:33)
  2. 16 Tons (instrumental) (1:51)
Review: A Merle Travis blues standard, as laid down by the one and only BB King in 56. A homage to the coal miner with strong clear lyrics and vibrant horns, the original was one of many breakthrough's BB made in the 50s. It was also futureproofed for Belgium's popcorn sound with a bold brass version that's loaded with so much swing you almost forget its deep deep blues. Records like this are what 45s are made for.
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Cat: C56 053. Rel: 08 Mar 16
  1. Better Man (Craig Bratley remix) (4:47)
  2. Better Man (Craig Bratley instrumental remix) (4:44)
Review: Here's a question for you: What happens when you take a track by a British power trio heavily influenced by blues and psychedelia, and get a master of wayward, left-of-centre Balearica to remix it? You get the latest 12" missive from Claremont 56, which sees Bella Figura's "Better Man" reworked twice in impressive fashion by Magic Feet boss Craig Bratley. If you are familiar with Bratley's output for s It Balearic, Bird Scarer and Tsuba, you know the man breathes cosmic goodness and his work on Bella Figura's track offers a subtle new version that loses none of Justin Gartry's bluesy poignancy whilst adding a sparsely treated beat and plenty of low lying studio trickery.
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  1. Physical Emotions
  2. TV Trouble (Hot Chip remix)
Review: A teaser single to the forthcoming album from Black Bananas. On the A-side, the multi-channel frequency overspill that flows freely through Black Bananas' sound has been combed up into a glamour 'do, ready to groove through a night on the town.Waves of the late light beam across the water, cool in the evening as we head out to tha club, where the guitars are MIDI, the synths bump'n'grind the beat and arc melodies high above the crowd's head, and the gasping of the clubbers is always on the one. Jennifer's sweet delivery is an ode to the stone soul joy of being out on the tiles. This track's a blast from an alternate dimension of weirdness, perfectly nailed from top to bottom. The B-side reworks the glare of recent glory. With four on the floor like they just don't care no more, Hot Chip outline the physical motions of Rad Times Xpress IV's "TV Trouble," with a hot remix.
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Cat: RT 0075T. Rel: 17 May 19
  1. Talking Heads (3:08)
  2. Crows Perch (4:08)
Review: Slingin' slangin guitars, skittering drums and synths from BRIT School graduates Black Midi deliver a sound that's semi-ironic with all matter of punk leanings. With references abound to New York's heyday of experimental new wave and art rock, this two-track 12" for Rough Trade sees the four-piece edge that bit closer to their anticipated debut album called Schlagenheim. Due for a release this June, most of Schlagenheim was said to have been laid down in five days with producer Dan Carey (Bat for Lashes, Bloc Party) and these two tracks go to some length in introducing the band's raw talent, their meteoric rise and vision of a gone but not forgotten CBGBs.
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Cat: WAP 222. Rel: 12 May 07
  1. Must Be The Moon (Emperor Machine mix)
  2. Must Be The Moon (Hop Chip remix)
  3. Must Be The Moon (original)
Review: "Must Be The Moon" is the next 'interlude' in the series of 'myths' from !!!'s latest album, "Myth Takes". This 12" Warp release features remixes from Hot Chip and Emperor Machine.
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  1. Soul Strut (2:43)
  2. Electrifying Woman (3:54)
Review: Two of Funk Night Records' most distinctive and innovative acts join forces for two outstanding pieces of psychedelic fiery funk fusion. Estonian duo Misha Panfilov Sound Combo set the bedrock on "Soul Strut". All fuzzy, unkempt and energetic, it sets the scene for Detroit's Coco Buttafli to lay her scorched heart on the line in an almost metal-like style. "Electrifying Woman" takes us even deeper into the psychedelic mindset as the groove is given a swampy, dizzying feeling while Coco spits spoken word with such a savage honesty you can't helped but get sucked into the story. Two of a kind.
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Compulsion (12")
Cat: DE 089. Rel: 01 May 15
  1. Compulsion (5:13)
  2. Absent Friends (3:58)
  3. Funnt To You (2:49)
  4. Each To His Own (1:33)
  5. We Said We Wouldn't Look Back (4:24)
Review: The Dark Entries label continue their impressive run of form with another killer reissue LP, this time by The Prefects member Joe Crow. Compulsion was Crow's first solo work from the early '80s and has been a digger's favourite for a long time, its itchy drum machine beats and disjointed guitar riffs being utterly singular at the time of the album's initial release. "Compulsion" itself is a mid-tempo beat jam containing Crow's own dreary vocals and beautiful synthesized keys. "Absent Friends" is slower, full of languish and life at the same time, while on the B-side, "Each To His Own" is the winner thanks to its punky aesthetic surrounded by that early 80's electronic oddity. A masterclass piece of music and an essential collector's item.
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  1. De Evergreens - "Es Lilin" (3:03)
  2. Les Jaguars De Casablanca - "Gonzales" (2:36)
Review: Here's something to set the pulse racing: a must-have seven-inch containing two curiously off-kilter cuts from obscure "beat generation" bands of the early 1960s. Der Evergreens "Es Lilin" (that's "Ice Lolly" in English, apparently) is a sun-kissed rhythm and blues cover of a Sudanese love song recorded in Rotterdam in 1965. It's fairly short but very, very sweet. Arguably even better is Les Jaguars De Casablanca's 1962 cover of surf classic "Gonzales". The band was truly international - Spanish and French guitarists and a Moroccoan rhythm section - and on the resultant recording you can tell. Think of it as an "outernational" take on the Shadows, and you're close.
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Cat: BC 028. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Strange Boy (3:23)
  2. No Surprise (3:52)
Review: Deep into his chamber-lurking follow-up Wu odyssey, Leon Michels stumbled upon shy New York twosome The Shacks and convinced them to record this hazy summer-primed 45". Singer Shannon steals the show with softness and honesty as the band weave a psychedelic bed of sliding guitars and faraway harmonies. Both laced with a woozy 60s edge and beautifully playful lyrics, the whole EP sparkles with soul and talent from both The Shacks and Leon's ever-reliable troupe.
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Run For My Honey (7" + poster limited to 250 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: PHI 12. Rel: 20 Feb 19
  1. Run For My Honey (4:00)
  2. Run For My Honey (Lexx & Kejeblos remix) (3:08)
Review: For their latest trip into musical paradise, Zurich's Phantom Island crew has turned to debutants The Gagosians, a trio made up of former Soulphiction guest vocalist Suzana Rozkosny, A.C. Kupper (Guitar) and Kay-Zee (Synths). In its original form "Run For My Honey" is a slightly creepy but hugely enjoyable 4-minute chunk of no-wave wonkiness, with Rozkosny's strutting, post punk style vocals rising above lo-fi drum machine beats, surf-rock style guitar loops and elongated organ chords. On the B-side, Label co-founders Lexx and Kejeblos provide a stellar remix that drags the track further towards skewed, Balearic-minded electrofunk territory. While many of the original instrumentation remains, their body-popping beats and thickset synth bassline give the cut a whole new dancefloor dimension.
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Eisbaer (12" 再出版) (1 per customer)
Cat: WRWTFWW 041. Rel: 30 May 19
  1. Eisbar (4:48)
  2. Film 2 (3:36)
  3. Ich Lieb Sie (3:23)
Review: The latest outing from Swiss reissue specialists WRWTFWW takes us back to 1981 and the debut single from Bern-based post-punk combo Grauzone. The 12" release of "Eisbaer" has long been a must-have amongst fans of off-kilter, dancefloor-ready new wave, and this replica reissue includes all three tracks featured on that version. Opener "Eisbar" sets the tone, with the bands weary, half spoken/half sung vocals rising above a backing track that's powered forwards by relentless bass guitar, screeching riffs and broken computer style electronics. "Film 2" is a heavy, synthesizer powered workout peppered with delay-laden drum hits and odd noises, while closing cut "Ich Liebe Sie" is a clicking and quietly melodious affair that's almost entirely electronic.
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Cat: ERC 074. Rel: 18 Mar 19
  1. The Aubergine That Ate Rangoon (3:40)
  2. The Aubergine That Ate Rangoon (Cherrystones rework) (7:14)
  3. City Of Lagoons (4:57)
  4. City Of Lagoons (Cherrystones rework) (5:07)
Review: A connection that perhaps didn't seem obvious at first but makes sense when you think about it, space rock titans get the niche reissue treatment on Emotional Rescue with Chuggy's ever prolific stable picking two deep cuts from the band's frankly intimidating back catalogue. Originally released in 1976 on "Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music", "The Aubergine That Ate Rangoon" and "City Of Lagoons" are both examples of Hawkwind at their cosmic best, and not afraid to hold down a groove either. Alongside the originals, we're also treated to some wild remix versions from wayfaring astral traveler Cherrystones - lucky for us!
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Cat: SOB 45T01. Rel: 02 Feb 07
  1. Too Much Space
  2. Interlude (Tell Us)
Review: Hey Hey My My are all about the explosion of energy and the deceptive lightness of simple folk, as if to give more space to the words, which go right to the heart. In all cases, their love of catchy ballads always has the same devastating effect - a smile on our lips and a tune in our heads.
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Out Of The Blue (reissue) (limited hand-numbered 12" with obi-strip)
Cat: MAR 011. Rel: 22 May 19
  1. Just Another Love Song (6:01)
  2. Somebody's Love (6:44)
  3. Byrd's House (6:11)
  4. Friendship Cover Charge (5:38)
Review: The colourful obi strip astride the cover of this audiophile reissue boasts that Imani's "Out of The Blue" album is "the ultimate private press jazz holy grail". While that claim is debatable, copies of the Gilles Peterson championed 1983 edition, which the San Francisco based band pressed up themselves, have been known to change hands for four-figure sums. Musically, the four tracks are breezy, sunny and summery. Opener "Just Another Love Song" sets the tone, with soulful group vocals and jazz solos rising above a warm groove, while "Somebody's Love" is a slow jam smothered in spacey synthesizers. "Byrd's House" is a jazz-funk dancefloor number - this time blessed with extended, eyes-closed guitar and piano solos - while "Friendship Cover Charge" is a stomping peak-time workout that should send dancers spinning.
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Cat: DE 074. Rel: 08 Sep 14
  1. Holland Tunnel Dive
  2. On B'Way
Review: Ah, a real gem of the NYC No Wave era is the focus of Dark Entries attentions here as the stunning Holland Tunnel Dive by ImpLOG is given a more than timely reissue. For the uninitiated out there, ImpLOG were formed by The Contortions band members Don Christensen and Jody Harris under the name ImpLOG, after the former left the iconic No Wave act in 1979, and released just the two records together. The story goes that Christensen's recorded experiments with found sounds, and an array of instruments such as a Univox drum machine and Casio keyboards impressed Lust/Unlust Records founder Charles Ball sufficiently enough to issue two tracks from the submitted demo tape as the Holland Tunnel Dive 12? in 1980. It's remained a highly prized record ever since and this lovingly recreated edition from Dark Entries is a must!
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A Fine Mess (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: OLE 14311. Rel: 17 May 19
  1. Fine Mess (2:56)
  2. No Big Deal (4:08)
  3. Real Life (4:28)
  4. The Weekend (3:04)
  5. Thrones (3:13)
Review: It's always a pleasure to find another release from those well-dressed men: Interpol. That great New York band that defined an era and a sound of their own with a stretch of LPs across the 2000s; from Turn On The Bright Lights all the way to 2010's self-titled triumph. With the release of "A Fine Mess" there's seems to be a new influx of energy dedicated to their 2019 world tour, laced with the group's unique tonic of melancholia, of course. This is undeniably heard on opener "Fine Mess", and at five tracks long it's something of a mini album. Recorded during their time spent in upstate New York with acclaimed producer Dave Fridmann (think Mercury Rev, The Flaming Lips and Mogwai), the resulting collection of tracks delivers something of a fiery compliment to the deep and visceral energy heard on their sixth studio album "Marauder". Long live Interpol.
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Cat: FRY 018. Rel: 21 Aug 13
  1. Who's That Lady
  2. St Louis Blues
Review: The Fryers sub-label of Jazzman Records come correct once again with this crucial 7" reissue from The Isley Brothers! With a career spanning some 50 years and covering R&B, Rock, Funk, Soul and Disco, it's fair to say The Isley Brothers have been one of the most influential groups on how 20th Century music turned out, yet few people actually know that their universally regarded 1973 hit "That Lady" was in fact a cover version of a track they'd previously recorded a decade earlier. Presented here in all its dusty glory, "Who's That Lady" is a jazzy doo-wop workout that will have the collectors out there running towards the turntables to find out whose version it is. On the flip is their wonderful version of the Blues standard "St. Louis Blues" which has been freshly pressed from the original master tapes!
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The One I Love (hand-numbered 7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: KFB 022. Rel: 08 Apr 14
  1. The One I Love
  2. Oh, Girl!
Review: Andrew Smith's debut single as Jungle Green comes drifting out of Pittsfield, MA like an unexpected radio station picked up on a stretch of highway. Instantly engaging, the 21 year old alternately croons and snarls through the two sides of vinyl. "The One I Love" effortlessly blends an old school angelic doo-wop croon into the sound of modern day indie revivalism. B-side stomper "Oh, Girl!" sounds like the Flat Duo Jets reincarnated as a drum machine recorded from inside a hat-box. Fresh off his first tour (with Foxygen), Jungle Green is a promising talent from a generation that has grown up with the entire history of music at their fingertips. Mixed by Paul de Jong of The Books and mastered by Jonathan Schenke at Doctor Wu's in Brooklyn, NY. Limited to 300 hand-numbered copies.
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Optimo (12")
Cat: SV 090LP. Rel: 17 Aug 15
  1. Optimo (2:41)
  2. Cavern (5:21)
  3. Scraper (3:41)
  4. Out (2:08)
Review: Along with the extended retrospective detailing their earlier music escapades that's surfaced this week, U.S. based reissue gods Superior Viaduct have masterfully relicensed Liquid Liquid's final iconic Optimo single, originally out on 99 Records in 1983 and still a heavily coveted four tracker from all corners of the digging spectrum. "Optimo" - an utterly break-ridden, funked-out monster - "Scraper" and "Out" are all full bodied and sublime on the low frequencies, but it's "Cavern" that gets all the attention on here, bass-heavy roller filled with wavy vocals, a heavy percussion swing and a penchant for being mastered by the kings of hip hop and house. Totally essential 12" in our books.
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Cat: SNDW 10003. Rel: 25 Oct 13
  1. Black Dialogue
  2. I Want Get Up
  3. Black Star Blues
  4. Let Me Keep Away From You
Review: Destination mid 70s Nairobi where Madagascan guitarist Jimmy Mawi was laying down some serious vibes... Signed to EMI's Pathe imprint, he released three singles during his career which have all since faded to obscurity. Until now. Dusty, garagey and steaming with raw blues fusion, it's hard to deny any parallels to Hendrix as Mawi expresses himself with a rough heartfelt frenzy. Highlights include the Zep-level smoked out soul of "Blue Star Blues" and the insistent drive and reverbed out faraway vocals on "Black Dialogue". Another exemplary Afro-funk find from Soundway.
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Cat: WQJP 122. Rel: 17 Jun 19
  1. Jagger The Dagger (5:58)
  2. Cherrystones (3:15)
Review: Even though it appeared on his fine 1971 album "Headless Heroes Of The Apocalypse" - a suitably dystopian set in which our hero rails against the ills of godless society - "Jagger The Dagger" is not one of Eugene McDaniels better known tracks. Yet as this Japanese seven-inch reissue proves, it remains a superb chunk of bizarre-but-brilliant jazz/rock/soul fusion full of delay-laden country style guitar solos, weirdo backing vocals, sumptuously laidback grooves and vocals that take aim at Mick Jagger and his "devil's dance". Flipside "Cherrystones" is a Vietnam War-era civil rights cry built around good old-fashioned fuzz-toned grooves, Chuck Berry style rock 'n' roll guitar solos and a pretty crazy lead vocal.
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Played by: I Love 45's!
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Green & Blue (limited 1-sided 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: 085538 0008968. Rel: 14 Jun 19
  1. Green & Blue (6:18)
Review: Tumbling drums and guitars to invoke that classic Madchester feeling are a shining sensation in this Irish band's limited one-sided 12". Something of an extravagant release, The Murder Capital have rightly stood behind a moody number of post-punk charm that deserves its own piece of 12" real estate. "Green & Blue" is The Murder Capital's second single and it's a sound that falls somewhere between the post-punk of The Happy Mondays and Joy Division, and the more contemporarily strands of Oxford band Foals. Atmospheric, moody post-punk with soul.
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Can You See Who? (100 gram vinyl 10")
Cat: TF 001. Rel: 20 Nov 17
  1. MDMA (4:18)
  2. Gold & Prozac (3:53)
  3. Teenage Father (3:28)
  4. Stray (4:28)
Review: Hailing from the London rat race, MUX step forward with the first release on Teenage Father and lay their distinctive style out for all to witness. Their broad-reaching indie rock sound has undertones of electronica, grunge and a very British swagger that deserves to get them onto radio playlists and festival line ups aplenty. "MDMA" rumbles along somewhere between Soulwax, Kasabian and Queens Of The Stone Age, while "Teenage Father" ups the intensity with a punky thrum behind the raucous guitars and grinding synths, and then "Stray" finds the band mixing up the time signatures for the most adventurous cut on the record.
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Cat: ERS 005. Rel: 08 Apr 13
  1. Wrottersley Road
  2. Wrottersley Road (Invisible Hands remix)
  3. Wrottersley Road (The Oscillation remix)
  4. Wrottersley Road (Invisible Hands reprise)
Review: The latest Emotional Response release provides something very special indeed, in the form of a new track from under the radar psychedelic rock musician Nick Nicely. Nicely has been making music from the 70s onwards, but his music has recently undergone something of a critical reappraisal, with the likes of Robert Wyatt and Robyn Hitchcock supposedly inspired by his work; "Wrottersley Road" provides the ideal entry into his music, a masterful piece of shoegaze pop filled with fuzzed out guitars and Eastern psychedelic tones. Remixes are provided by Invisible Hands, who provide a minimal 80's inspired electro-pop version, which comes saturated in radiophonic textures, and The Oscillation, who take the track into even more abstract ambient territory than the original, deep into a place where time seems to stand still entirely, drawing its rich textures out into infinity.

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  1. Rushing Through My Mind (Mang Dynasty extended version) (8:03)
  2. Rushing Through My Mind (Mang Dynasty instrumental version) (7:00)
  3. Rushing Through My Mind (Mang Dynasty radio edit) (3:56)
Review: Ray Mang's slick disco stable Mangled calls upon a new pair of provocateurs to lay down a sun-kissed steamer to blow away those winter blues. The agents in question are Josefin Ohrn and The Liberation, and their "Mang Dynasty" is every inch the Balearic idyll rendered in a long form discoid jam. The extended version on the A side fully floats out into gently psychedelic waters guided by Ohrn's infectious hook, "I've got you rushing through my mind." For those who just want the groove there's the instrumental mix available as well, or you can always plump for the radio edit if time is short.
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Pulsatron (marbled vinyl 7" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: MAS 021. Rel: 22 Aug 18
  1. Pulsatron (3:49)
  2. Maestro Del Kiosco (4:10)
Review: The latest essential missive on San Francisco-based Cumbia label Discos Mas comes from a previously unheard artist: confirmed vintage drum machine and fuzzy psych-guitar lover Pancrudo. The producer's vinyl debut, which has been pressed in limited numbers on gorgeous marbled vinyl, includes two impressively retro-futurist workouts. Check first languid and decidedly psychedelic A-side "Pulsatron", a hip-hop tempo kaleidoscopic dream that sounds like Harry Nillson after a few too many swigs of liquid acid and a fistful of hallucinatory chili peppers. Pancrudo returns to his cumbia roots on flipside "Maestro Del Kiosco", which wraps wonderfully fuzzy, boogaloo-era guitars round a shuffling rhythm track.
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  1. Phantom Band/Linear Johnson & The Protons - "Rush Rush"
  2. Drums Off Chaos - "Drums Off Chaos"
Review: The sadly departed Jaki Liebezeit was the kind of drummer whose influence will be continually recognised over the decades to come. Best known for his work in Can, there are also many more sides to this singular sticksman, and Emotional Rescue has chosen to shine a light on his post-Can period living in Stollwerck. On the A side of this 7" curio is the sound of Phantom Band with Linear Johnson & The Protons. "Rush Rush" has a spiky new wave bent to it, but still Liebezeit's drumming stands out. The B side "Drums Off Chaos" need little explanation - it's the sound of one of the all-time drumming greats letting rip in a ferocious blast of percussive abandon.
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Cat: ERC 068. Rel: 26 Nov 18
  1. Psycho Killer (4:16)
  2. Psycho Killer (Double Wave edit) (4:34)
Review: The latest dusted down archival dig from Emotional Rescue is by Politrio, a short-lived new wave / post punk band from Italy who released one album in the mid 80s. The focus of this release is their cover of Talking Heads' "Psycho Killer," which originally appeared on the Amnesty International P.E.A.C.E Benefit Compilation in 1987. It's a wild take full of rampant guitar wailing and limber slap bass that teeters towards the 80s funk rock of Faith No More et al, and that's no bad thing at all. On the B side of this 7" Double Wave gets busy in the edit, offering up a stripped back version for the spinners.
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Played by: Manu•Archeo
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Cat: FMW 001. Rel: 26 Apr 19
  1. Psychemagik - "Dreams" (Crystal Visions remix) (9:23)
  2. Red Ken - "Big Love" (Big Four Letter Word mix) (6:17)
Review: Psychemagik love Fleetwood Mac. Their love is so enduring that the dusty fingered editors/DJs/revered record collectors have gone so far as to found Fleetmac Wood, a club night dedicated to the work of Fleetwood, Nicks, McVie and the various other manifestations, where anything goes so long as it's Fleetwood Mac related. Their remix of "Dreams" has been getting playtime at the night - and by other well regarded DJs - and finally makes an appearance on this limited 12". What's immediately noticeable about the Crystal Visions Remix of "Dreams" is how much they add to the track without messing with the original's essence - it's also a lot more inventive than Psychemagik's 2009 edit of "Everywhere" which shows how far they've come in three years. Flip over for a great extension of Juno's favourite Mac moment "Big Love" from AOR Disco's Red Ken.
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The Clarity (1-sided etched 180 gram red vinyl 12")
Cat: LORD 420. Rel: 07 Feb 17
  1. The Clarity (9:58)
Review: The THC-abusing hordes who comprise Sleep's fanbase will be relieved to note that this single-sided 12" is very much on the same interstellar wavelength as their previous work in the '90s, in which they gave birth to a metaphysically magnificent stoner sound that followed on from Black Sabbath's lead to spawn a legion of imitators, and absolutely none the worse for that. The colossal riffage of Matt Pike, the devotional chant of Al Cisneros. the rock-solid percussion of Neurosis man and relative new guy Jason Roeder - all add up to a sound not unlike a radio transmission from a planet hurtling to meets its doom in the gravity of an enormous flaming star. Turn on, tune in, burn out.
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Cat: HMWL 010. Rel: 13 Mar 17
  1. Be There (3:36)
  2. Be There (Halllo Halo remix) (5:31)
  3. Be There (Ghost Immanuel dub) (6:41)
Review: House Music With Love turn once again to Swedish duo Swim for a record soaked in a particularly soothing bath of Balearic goodness. Original track "Be There" is certainly laced with an air of Scandinavian cool, not least thanks to Erika Rosen's dreamy vocals, but there's a solid boogie undercarriage carrying the music along. Halllo Halo step up with a remix that makes a playful, intricate broken beat refrain out of the backing track while maintaining the vocals. Ghost Immanuel meanwhile whips up a spacious dub that stays close to the original, albeit in instrumental form.
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Courage (reissue) (12" + insert)
Cat: DE 229. Rel: 07 Sep 18
  1. Courage (7:53)
  2. Parasuicide (4:14)
  3. Descartes Lives (2:34)
  4. Lost In The 20th Century (3:16)
Review: We love Talking Drums. At the core, they are simply our type of band. An album, a few EPs, and then disappear before the scene kicks off and becomes commercialized. Boxes all well and truly ticked. The early 80s were a period of change what with punk music evolving into post-punk, and while the nu-romantic fashion that came to prominence in the mid 80s was a national movement, it was bands like Talking Drums which initiated it. Thanks to the ever-reliable Dark Entries, we now get to enjoy their best single, Courage, in all its glory - and it sounds like it's been pressed up properly, too! All you need to know at this point, if you haven't come across this already, is that it's one of the best disco-not-disco singles you'll ever cop...and we don't have a favourite tune...they're all equally raw, drum-heavy, house-envisioning, and utterly addictive. Hotly tipped!
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  1. Ain't That Loving You (For More Reasons Than One) (3:11)
  2. Blues In The Night (3:13)
Review: A powerful Stax flashback of two tracks from Arkansas soul don Taylor's 1967 debut album Wanted One Soul Singer. As covered by the likes of Lou Rawls, "Ain't That Loving You" is heartfelt bluesy ballad with a sultry swagger and serious yearning on the choruses while the even rarer "Blues In The Night" closes the B on a super-tight floor-bound riff and gutsy delivery from Taylor. Both bonafide northern soul classics and confirmed rarities with both cuts regularly fetching triple figures, this reissue changes everything. For more reasons than one.
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Cat: ESP 089. Rel: 05 Jul 19
  1. Condor Sunflower (7:54)
  2. Svava (3:15)
  3. Creation Discotheque (8:07)
Review: Following previous outings for Los Angeles-based imprint ESP Institute such as 2016's Jaguar Mirror and 2017's Night School Of Universal Wisdom, Swedish multi-instrumentalist Oscar "Thunder" Tillman and his 'personal shaman' Pontus make the kind of music you only hear in your most vivid dreams. Incorporating kraut, prog-rock, ambient and disco at the heart of their boundless sound creations, they complete an illustrious trilogy here on their most expansive work to date. "Condor Sunflower" is a truly mesmerising psychedelic folk journey in convincing '70s fashion. On the B side, things take a more upbeat direction on the tripped-out disco funk of "Creation Discotheque".
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Birds (reissue) (12" limited to 250 copies 再出版)
Cat: C56 030. Rel: 28 Jun 19
  1. Birds (7:26)
  2. Birds (Tiago remix) (10:08)
Review: Claremont 56 continue to disregard the genre boundaries - preferring instead to give good music the attention it deserves - as their latest looker of a twelve inch presents us the sounds of Torn Sail. Fronted by Smith & Mudd vocalist Huw Costin, Torn Sail go all 60s West Coast rock on us with the gloriously rich sounds of "Birds". From its acoustic beginnings the track gradually unfurls into a delightful groove embellished by soothing vocal harmonies. It's almost a thankless task enlisting anyone to try and remix what sounds like a perfect song, but Claremont 56 obviously chose right in requesting the services of Tiago. In the Portuguese producer's hands "Birds" is transformed into a heavily psychedelic freakout which gently develops into a kraut rock behemoth filled with swathes of heavy organ vibes. Containing several shifts in momentum - including a glorious half speed finish - this is a truly stunning remix which left our jaws occupying the floor!
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Devil Go (7")
Cat: AFR 7 7. Rel: 25 Jun 18
  1. Devil Go (3:40)
  2. Jesu Kristo (4:33)
Review: While he lived a musical life that spanned from boogie to gospel before he passed away in 2016, Nairobi's David Waciuma didn't get to record much. He was known much more for his live performances with bands such as The Monks Experience then, later, Rapture Voices who he recorded these two records in the mid-70s. "Devil Go" is a thumping rhythm and blues call and response piece while "Jesu Kristo" hits with more of a frazzled bluesy funk. Both make you wish he recorded much more.
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Cat: WLM 38. Rel: 15 Sep 14
  1. With Any Future
  2. Missing Us
  3. Missing Us (dub)
Review: Marking the start of an exciting new collaborative project, Wolf + Lamb proudly share the debut release of The Waves & Us. Formed out of
a creative meeting of minds between Maayan Nidam, Markus Nikolaus and Louis McGuire, theirs is a sound that strengthens the storied
approach of a live band with the experimental thrust of analogue electronics. Pop and rock fundamentals lend an earthly hook to the
tracks, but these are anything but straight-forward songs.
Maayan has already forged a formidable career in electronic music, both under her own name and as part of Mara Trax, scoring releases
on such celebrated labels as Perlon. Markus performs his own solo project Cunt Cunt Chanel, while Louis is part of Ballet School, a band
releasing on noted indie label Bella Union. The whirlwind of creativity that has whipped up around the trio has yielded an album which will
follow this single, made up of one-take recordings that capture the energy and adventure that powers The Waves & Us.
Maayan's electronics provide the atmospheric backdrop to the songs, running modular synthesisers and drum machines through detailed
chains of processing and effects with an emphasis on a warm, charmingly rough finish. Markus' guitar undergoes a similar fuzzy treatment
while his voice calls out introspective, abstract lyrics to set the mind racing. Louis' bass underpins the music with a dubby sensibility,
bringing a necessary balance to the frequency range.
Making the most of their in-the-room recording approach, the singles will feature alternative takes of the songs that will appear on the
album, providing a little insight into the flutters and fluctuations that shape the development of this project. With their eyes fixed on live
performances and an arresting sound already formed, this is a vital time for all three artists and the people that listen to them.
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I Like It When You Sleep For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It (gatefold 180 gram clear vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DH 00118. Rel: 26 Feb 16
  1. The 1975 (1:22)
  2. Love Me (3:42)
  3. UGH! (3:01)
  4. A Change Of Heart (4:39)
  5. She's American (4:30)
  6. If I Believe You (6:19)
  7. Please Be Naked (4:20)
  8. Lostmyhead (5:16)
  9. The Ballad Of Me & My Brain (2:54)
  10. Somebody Else (5:48)
  11. Loving Someone (4:21)
  12. I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It (6:25)
  13. The Sound (4:11)
  14. This Must Be My Dream (4:11)
  15. Paris (4:53)
  16. Nana (4:00)
  17. She Lays Down (3:38)
Review: That title is an eyebrow-raiser, yet still more surprising about this second album are the chances that cocky, controversial 1975 frontman Matt Healey has been prepared to take with the sound that his band rode to enormous success on via their debut. Certainly this album may largely sound custom-designed for radio airplay, yet within this framework Healey has moved from the guitar band swagger of yore to a more emotionally charged reinvention that throws '80s-style hooks, innovative production trickery and his mixture of chutzpah and charm into the fray to create a vibrant and unexpected art-pop melange.
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Acid Bowie (hand-stamped LP)
Cat: AB 01. Rel: 10 Jan 18
  1. Track 1 (5:20)
  2. Track 2 (3:44)
  3. Track 3 (2:53)
  4. Track 4 (5:59)
  5. Track 5 (3:47)
  6. Track 6 (3:32)
  7. Track 7 (5:01)
  8. Track 8 (7:41)
Review: Ziggy Stardust's yet unheard instrumental album after he returned from a trip on his Gemini spaceship. Not much is known of the shadowy producer (yes, despite the compelling pitch we gave you before!) as yet, but this just adds to the mystery surrounding the release as a whole. From hazy balearica to blunted hip-hop beats, deep country-infused exotica (if we've ever heard such a thing!) to lo-slung psychedelia - it's a captivating journey from start to finish. Will certainly appeal to fans of life in the slow lane, best presented recently by Marcus Worgull and Motor City Drum Ensemble's Vermont project or pretty much anything on London's Claremont 56 imprint. Highly recommended. Tip!
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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In Spades (gatefold LP)
Cat: SP 1150. Rel: 05 May 17
  1. Birdland (2:54)
  2. Arabian Heights (4:55)
  3. Demon In Profile (3:25)
  4. Toy Automatic (2:55)
  5. Oriole (4:10)
  6. Copernicus (3:30)
  7. The Spell (3:46)
  8. Light As A Feather (3:11)
  9. I Got Lost (3:15)
  10. Into The Floor (4:16)
Review: There's no rock frontman quite like Greg Dulli, and even in middle age his melancholy and morally ambiguous loverman persona appears to be maturing like the proverbial fine wine. Moreover, the blend of soulful heart-on-sleeve balldeering and gritty rock-outs finds new vistas and moments of intensity on 'In Spades' - lurking somewhere between the testosterone bluster of Springsteen and the slinky grooves of Motown, yet with the addition of noisy electronic grooves, as on the opener 'Birdland,' only bolstering their arsenal. It's a treat to have this louche rogue back.
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The Vermillion Border (Record Store Day 2019) (gatefold 180 gram red vinyl 2xLP) (1 per customer)
Cat: CADIZLP 173. Rel: 30 Apr 19
  1. I Want More (3:14)
  2. Confessions Of A MILF (5:31)
  3. In Vitro (3:38)
  4. When It Was Nice (3:18)
  5. Hookup Girl (3:14)
  6. Don't Believe (3:59)
  7. The False Heart (4:31)
  8. Becalmed (4:29)
  9. The Madness Of Clouds (6:41)
  10. Still England (4:36)
  11. Life's Too Short To Be Shy (3:26)
  12. Sweet Cheat Gone (3:20)
  13. Dream Palace (2:31)
  14. Fairytale (3:08)
  15. Little Girl In A Box (4:47)
  16. Boy (3:05)
  17. Bury The Bones (2:30)
  18. Couples Are Creepy (3:34)
  19. Confessions Of A MILF (with Talk Normal) (5:40)
Review: Second time around for former Slits guitarist Viv Albertine's debut solo album "The Vermillion Border", a set that was initially released in 2012 following a successful crowd-funding campaign. This Record Store Day reissue replicates the original pressing, with 19 urgent, energetic and punky tracks stretched across two slabs of red vinyl. Albertine is a singular artist with a singular vision, offering entertaining, amusing and sometimes outrageous songs delivered with relish using heavily accented vocals. Her punk roots shine through from start to finish, not only via the DIY, unpolished sound of the tracks, but also via contributions from some legendary musicians (the Clash's Mick Jones and Cream member Jack Bruce included).
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Algiers (gatefold LP)
Cat: OLE 10671. Rel: 02 Jun 15
  1. Remains
  2. Claudette
  3. And When You Fall
  4. Blood
  5. Old Girl
  6. Irony Utility Pretext
  7. But She Was Not Flying
  8. Black Eunuch
  9. Games
  10. In Parallax
Review: Fiercely righteous, intensely passionate and politically driven, the Atlanta-birthed Algiers are carving out a unique niche for themselves with a brand of gospel-punk that is as experimental as it in incandescent. Noiserock shapes, electro grooves share space with startlingly rich and powerful vocals from Franklin James Fisher. Emotionally charged ditties like 'Blood' and 'Black Eunuch are as influenced by Nina Simone as industrial hip-hop troupe dalek, and the resulting record makes Algiers a powerful argument against anyone who claims that modern music is apolitical and the art of the protest song is dead.
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The Underside Of Power (LP + 12 page booklet)
Cat: OLE 11171. Rel: 23 Jun 17
  1. Walk Like A Panther (3:10)
  2. Cry Of The Martyrs (4:03)
  3. The Underside Of Power (4:10)
  4. Death March (4:32)
  5. A Murmur. A Sign. (3:40)
  6. MME Rieux (3:32)
  7. Cleveland (3:46)
  8. Animals (2:31)
  9. Plague Years (2:52)
  10. Hymn For An Average Man (4:11)
  11. Bury Me Standing (2:25)
  12. The Cycle/The Spiral: Time To Go Down Slowly (5:37)
Review: Anyone bemoaning the lack of ire-igniting political invective and potent protest records amidst the tension and uncertainty of 2017 should look no further than Algiers, whose follow-up to their blue-touchpaper igniting debut is a thing of floor-shaking intensity and cerebrally stimulating potency. A electrifying and diverse musical palette that extends from post-punk and gritty Gun Club-esque rock 'n' roll to soul, hip hop and even John Carpenter style soundtrack stylings acts as a backdrop to the feverish diatribes against oppression and injustice of vocalist Franklin James Fisher. Defying expectation to stand proud as a genre-elusive and fiercely uncompromising call to arms, 'The Underside Of Power' is a forward-thinking work of maverick malevolence and thrilling intensity.
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The Underside Of Power (limited coloured vinyl LP + booklet)
Cat: OLE 11178. Rel: 23 Jun 17
  1. Walk Like A Panther (3:20)
  2. Cry Of The Martyrs (3:54)
  3. The Underside Of Power (4:09)
  4. Death March (4:32)
  5. A Murmur. A Sign. (3:41)
  6. MME Rieux (3:33)
  7. Cleveland (3:47)
  8. Animals (2:31)
  9. Plague Years (2:53)
  10. Hymn For An Average Man (4:12)
  11. Bury Me Standing (2:23)
  12. The Cycle/The Spiral: Time To Go Down Slowly (5:41)
Review: Anyone bemoaning the lack of ire-igniting political invective and potent protest records amidst the tension and uncertainty of 2017 should look no further than Algiers, whose follow-up to their blue-touchpaper igniting debut is a thing of floor-shaking intensity and cerebrally stimulating potency. A electrifying and diverse musical palette that extends from post-punk and gritty Gun Club-esque rock 'n' roll to soul, hip hop and even John Carpenter style soundtrack stylings acts as a backdrop to the feverish diatribes against oppression and injustice of vocalist Franklin James Fisher. Defying expectation to stand proud as a genre-elusive and fiercely uncompromising call to arms, 'The Underside Of Power' is a forward-thinking work of maverick malevolence and thrilling intensity.
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Livin' In Elizabethan Times (limited heavyweight coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DS 128TX. Rel: 01 Dec 17
  1. This One's For The Humans (6:12)
  2. The Visitations (6:10)
  3. The Moon Is Not Your Friend (7:44)
  4. Titanic Dance (Lynch Mob remix) (8:30)
Review: Alien Stadium is a collaborative project comprised of Martin Duffy of Primal Scream and Felt, and Steve Mason of The Beta Band. 'Livin' In Elizabethan Times' is an audacious and oddball cosmic rock concept mini-LP about a comically underwhelming invasion of drunkard aliens. As well as the sheer unadulterated fun of the record, the amount of dense and inventive genre-melting the pair have managed to cram into these four tracks is astonishing - dropping in theremins, sound effects, militaristic horns and much more when you least expect them. They set an interplanetary course from twanging and stomping bluesy opener 'This One's For The Humans', through hypnotic balearic-ish bleep and orchestrated retro-futurist pop, to the huge cosmic disco closer 'Titanic Dance'. At first glance, it's an unashamedly silly and fun offering, but repeat listens will reveal these maverick veterans have woven in far deeper layers of commentary humour and substance.
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Livin' In Elizabethan Times (180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DS 128T. Rel: 01 Dec 17
  1. This One's For The Humans (6:15)
  2. The Visitation (7:16)
  3. The Moon Is Not Your Friend (7:44)
  4. Titanic Dance (Lynch Mob mix) (8:30)
Review: Alien Stadium is a collaborative project comprised of Martin Duffy of Primal Scream and Felt, and Steve Mason of The Beta Band. 'Livin' In Elizabethan Times' is an audacious and oddball cosmic rock concept mini-LP about a comically underwhelming invasion of drunkard aliens. As well as the sheer unadulterated fun of the record, the amount of dense and inventive genre-melting the pair have managed to cram into these four tracks is astonishing - dropping in theremins, sound effects, militaristic horns and much more when you least expect them. They set an interplanetary course from twanging and stomping bluesy opener 'This One's For The Humans', through hypnotic balearic-ish bleep and orchestrated retro-futurist pop, to the huge cosmic disco closer 'Titanic Dance'. At first glance, it's an unashamedly silly and fun offering, but repeat listens will reveal these maverick veterans have woven in far deeper layers of commentary humour and substance.
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At Fillmore East (reissue with 2 bonus tracks) (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 900259. Rel: 05 Mar 08
  1. Statesboro Blues
  2. Done Somebody Wrong
  3. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed
  4. Don't Keep me Wondering
  5. You Don't Love Me
  6. Hot 'Lanta
  7. Stormy Monday
  8. Drunken Hearted Boy
  9. Whipping Post
Review: Considered by many to be one of the best live albums of all time, 'At Fillmore East' the classic album by the Allman Brothers, recorded at the
pinnacle of their success, was a huge hit for the band. In 1971 the Allman Brothers were already one of the most popular groups in America,
but by the time this album hit the streets their brand of Southern rock had become a national obsession. One of Rolling Stones' '500 greatest
albums of all time', it was the band's last with guitar hero Duane Allman who was killed in a motorcycle accident later that year.


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