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Onye Akpa (7")
Cat: ASS 003. Rel: 12 Apr 12
  1. Onye Akpa
  2. Oshi Onwu
Review: Released with the help of Voodoo Funk's legendary African music digger Frank Gossner, this offering of vintage Nigerian afro funk from Academy Records has been officially licenced and remastered with glorious results. The Apostles were best known for their string of folksy hits in the mid 70s and early 80. However preceding this period the band made more funk orientated guitar-driven monsters, of which two tracks are presented here with this reissue of "Onye Akpa" and "Oshi Onwu". Both cuts are deep fried in simmering organ and distinct rhythm guitar licks; two wonderful vocal afro groovers for fans of Soundway and the like.

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out of stock $9.48
Thang (7")
Cat: AMDLT 002. Rel: 15 Sep 11
  1. Thang
  2. Powder
Review: The Apples are a successful live hip-hop/funk band from Israel, and "Thang" is a driving psychedelic rock based immersion with relentless drumming and funk brass. On the flipside "Powder" its less hectic as live sounding hip-hop drums instigate a low slung groove with DJ scratch effects/samples, double bass and brass.
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Cat: XLT 592. Rel: 08 Mar 13
  1. Judge Jury & Executioner
  2. SAD
Review: By now, you should all know the story of Atoms for Peace, the new all-star leftfield rock outfit founded by Thom Yorke and Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich. Amok is the five-piece's full-length debut, following a couple of well-received singles on XL and 50 Weapons. While there are obvious similarities with the path Radiohead have taken over recent years - curious beats influenced by dubstep and IDM, haunting soundscapes and intoxicating compositions - there's far greater warmth and vibrancy to the songs than some of Yorke's other projects. Ultimately, it sounds like what it is: a bunch of experimental-minded mates getting together to make music. It comes highly recommended.
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Cat: XLT 605. Rel: 01 Jul 13
  1. Before Your Very Eyes
  2. Magic Beanz
Review: XL Recordings return to Amok, the debut album from Thom Yorke and company's Atoms For Peace, culling yet another cut for 12" release in the shape of "Before Your Eyes". The opening track from the five piece's much anticipated LP retains its dramatic impact removed from what follows, with the insistent rhythmics and off kilter basslines likely to appeal to the more adventurous selectors out there. Indeed it worked very well within the context of James Holden's recent Resident Advisor podcast. Thom, Nigel and the gang appease their rabid fanbase with the inclusion of exclusive B Side "Magic Beanz".
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out of stock $8.17
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: POPC 109. Rel: 12 Jan 12
  1. Love Me Right
  2. Tiny Tim
Review: Lavern Baker was one of the ruling queens of Rhythm & Blues throughout the 1950s, a singer who had all the necessary requirements to be an R&B diva - a knockout voice, oodles of charm and feminine sass to spare. "Love Me Right" is an uptempo, swinging R&B number with big riffs and an irresistible vocal performance. "Tiny Tim" on the flip is a slinkier affair with jangly guitar and baritone sax riffs - well worth checking out.
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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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Brunswick (12")
Cat: C56 049. Rel: 06 Feb 15
  1. Brunswick (13:03)
  2. Brunswick (radio edit)
Review: After 15 years of live space-rock improvisations and jam sessions around Europe, Bambi Davidson finally got round to delivering their second LP last month. Warmly received by old fans and new, here we find the title track repurposed as an extensive 13 minute exercise in spatial expressionism. Dreamy, deep and full of endless twists and turns, this is the epitome of modern cosmicity. Claremont never cease to surge forward.
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out of stock $8.42
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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Cat: TRU 7220. Rel: 19 Aug 10
  1. Clockwatching
  2. Mirror In The Bathroom
Review: "Clockwatching" is the first single taken from Belleruche’s third album 270 Stories, with singer Kathrin DeBoer delivering her usual charismatic vocal charm with submerged harmonies. On the flipside you’ll find a low slung reggaefied cover version of "Mirror In The Bathroom", originally recorded by The Beat. Lovely stuff.
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Cat: FEED 038LTD300. Rel: 28 Feb 12
  1. Boyfriend (Lindstrom remix)
  2. Boyfriend (Lindstrom remix radio edit)
Review: Best Coast, the surf pop band fronted by the cat loving Bethany Cosentino and adored by Pitchfork and a million mp3 blogs scored a real hit with "Boyfriend" last year. In addition, enlisting Nordic disco deity Lindstrom to remix the track was a definite coup, something demonstrated by the revisions widespread popularity on the giddiest corners of the musical internetsphere. Given the mass popularity Hans Peter is currently basking in thanks to his recently released album Six Cups of Rebel, it's a smart move for the producer to put out the full nine minute version in all its unreleased and rousing glory on this pretty limited twelve inch - just 300 for the world mate.
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Champion Versions (180 gram vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: 082564 6092093. Rel: 01 Sep 15
  1. Dry The Rain (6:04)
  2. I Know (4:00)
  3. B+A (6:36)
  4. Dogs Got A Bone (5:54)
Review: Although Regal themselves had reissued a number of The Beta Band originals not too long ago, Rhino has come through this Autumn with a new bunch of represses from the band's '90s output. Champion Versions, alongside The Patty Patty Sound, is one of the outfit's defining moments, not least because of "Dry The Rain", a song which is instantly recognizable in everyone's mind thanks to those lazy, wailing vocals, chuggy drums and melting trumpets. Although that tune is clearly the winner on this EP, "I Know" is equally creative thanks to its broken shreds of percussion and ethereal guitar, whereas "B+A" is a true stoner rock number, and "Dogs Got A Bone" showcases the band's inherent folk sensibilities. Gorgeous.
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Los Amigos Del Beta Bandidos (180 gram vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: 082564 6091997. Rel: 01 Sep 15
  1. Push It Out (5:21)
  2. It's Over (3:53)
  3. Dr. Baker (4:06)
  4. Needles In My Eyes (4:39)
Review: 1998's Los Beta Bandidos was the perfect addition to The Beta Band's catalogue when it was released. While their previous two EP's played and experimented with stoner rock and folk, their third release was deeper, more traditionally musical but nonetheless coated in the band's quirky outsiderism. "Push It Out" contains the group's familiar vocals except that their surrounded by a jazzier framework, and the same can be said for "It's Over", a deep little number with a heavy folk twist. On the B-side, "Dr Baker" is a beatless hymn backed by a lonesome piano before being eaten up by delays and deformed guitar riffs, while "Needles In My Eyes" is a defining indie tune for the more pensive souls. Another smacker of a reissue; hats off.
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The Patty Patty Sound (180 gram vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: 082564 6092017. Rel: 01 Sep 15
  1. Inner Meet Me (6:15)
  2. The House Song (7:13)
  3. The Monolith (15:44)
  4. She's The One (8:16)
Review: Originally out in 1997 on the utterly independent Regal imprint, The Patty Patty Sound represented the true core of The Beta Band, and of the experimental folk scene as a whole. The Scottish band, although largely operating on the outskirts of commercial success, have always had a cult following of diggers who either scouted their breaks of their general mash up of different styles and influences. "Inner Meet Me", for instance, takes an indie kind of vibe and twists it to its very limits with the help of weird and wonderful electronic manipulations, while "The House Song" shakes its way across a disco beat and comes out the other end with a trip hop groove. On this killer EP you'll also find some downtempo moments on "The Monolith", and more classic rock sounds via "She's The One", served with a distinct folk flavor, of course. Unmissable and timeless; a truly recommended piece of wax for your collection.
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Creation (yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: PH 53. Rel: 15 Jun 16
  1. Creation (Psychmagik rework dub) (8:19)
  2. Creation (album version) (3:51)
  3. Delicious Light (Teeth Of The Sea rework) (5:20)
Review: Ahead of Erol Alkan and Richard Norris' debut album as the urban-slanging Beyond The Wizards Sleeve, Phantasy Sound have commissioned remixes two album tracks. "Creation", originally, is a psychedelic folky number reminiscent of '70s group Family Fodder which Psychemagik dub down into fusionists mix of aqueous and cosmic vibes, with its strains of folk kept intact. Meanwhile menacing tones come from London psych group Teeth Of The Sea who turn "Delicious Light" into something you'd imagine hearing on Blackest Ever Black.
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Ifuckingloveyou (red vinyl 7")
Cat: MOB 001. Rel: 12 Jul 12
  1. Ifuckingloveyou
  2. LeonardMcGeonardvsDrunkenCalculator
Review: Big, brash industrially charged rock from former Mellodrone member Jonathan Bates who returns to his side project Big Black Delta for the provocatively titled Ifuckingloveyou. Arriving on the equally auntie bothering Master Of Bates label, Big Black Delta essentially poses the following question "If you didn't have standard pop music as a reference, what would your pop music sound like?" The answer on the title track is an unashamedly glam referencing racket of noise and over dramatic harmonies that can only be tongue in cheek and all the better for it. "LeonardMcGeonardvsDrunkenCalculator" meanwhile is a lot more experimental in its tone, sounding like a slowly evaporating c90 tape playing out the malfunctioning last moments of a room full of studio equipment. Watch out for Jimmy Edgar and Sei A remixes of the title track by the way.
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Played by: I Love 45's!
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  1. Crystalline (Serban Ghenea remix)
  2. Cosmogony (Serban Ghenea remix)
Review: The first of four in a series of remixes from Bjork's upcoming album Biophilia sees Grammy Award winning mixer Serban Ghenea taking on two tracks. First is "Crystalline", which begins with a sedate melodic chime and Bjork's classic broken vocal delivery. Things pick up with a series of stripped back, skittering electronic rhythms, but when the song reaches its last minute things get crazy with a chopped up amen break coming out of nowhere that is more reminiscent of Venetian Snares than anything else! "Cosmogony" meanwhile is a beatless masterpiece, combining Bjork's breathtaking vocals with a pitch bent bass drone and haunting trumpet melody.
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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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Blood Music EP (red vinyl 12")
Cat: DIAG 003. Rel: 08 Jun 13
  1. Rare Earth Material
  2. Infinite Process 1
  3. Speak Like Violence
  4. Infinite Process 2
Review: After two sterling bouts from Powell, the burgeoning Diagonal label turn their attention to London outfit Blood Music, led by Simon Pomery. With a distinct nod to the focused noise of Sonic Youth, and the breathless vocals of Thurston Moore to boot, Pomery is on fire on EP opener "Rare Earth Material", all throttling drums and huge chords thwacks with a cavernous quality to them. "Speak Like Violence" is a slightly less direct affair, taking a meandering course through shifting phases of squall and distortion but no less energetic en route.
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Harsh Realm/Boiled In Dust (140 gram vinyl 12" limited to 100 copies + insert)
Cat: RTTD 007. Rel: 31 Jul 17
  1. Harsh Realm
  2. Boiled In Dust
Review: Helena Hauff's label continues to subvert all expectations by celebrating the truly underground and ignoring all expectations to provide obvious club material in line with her DJ sets. Instead we get treated to Blood Sport, a daring post punk band with a whiff of The Pop Group in their frenzied, messy style and plenty of sonic trickery occurring in between the intricate playing. "Harsh Realm" has the textural finish of earliest Cabaret Voltaire, but with a little more deft playing from the intensely talented players. "Boiled In Dust" meanwhile has a distinctly afrobeat-meets-industrial spirit that makes for striking, original material that should appeal to lovers of the truly alternative side of British music culture.
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Played by: Dj soFa
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  1. Brazilian Singers - "O Telefone Tocou Novamente" (2:56)
  2. Los Belkings - "Septima Partrulla" (2:16)
Review: The Budabeats imprint is a welcomed addition to the funk and soul reissue game, and this third instalment from the label is exactly what we need to be hearing right now - something upbeat, tropical and rare in its original format. On Side A, you got 1971's "O Telefone Tocou Novamente" by the Brazilian Singers, and it's a wavy, magical psych-funk bombshell in the same vein as Marcos Valle's best work. On the flip, there's a special surf-rock-inspired song by Peru's Los Belkings and, yes, it's from 1969 and still sounding like a total monster almost forty years later. Recommended!
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Cat: RB 101. Rel: 25 Jan 13
  1. Mambo Baby
  2. 5-10-15 Hours
Review: The Jukebox Jams series lives up to its name once again, digging into the archives of Atlanta's First Queen of R&B, the one and only Miss Ruth Brown! "Mambo Baby" the lead track on this dinked seven is a true delight, with an infectious mambo groove shuffling into action ably assisted by Miss Brown's effortlessly flirtatious vocals and the odd hand clap. It's partnered perfectly by flipsider "5-10-15 Hours" which Brown fanatics will recognise as one of her signature tracks!
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out of stock $7.37
Evolver (red vinyl 7")
Cat: FFB 7009. Rel: 20 Nov 17
  1. Evolver (3:39)
  2. Things You Say (3:20)
Review: Revivalist Latin funk-rock combo Brownout has an impressive track record. Previously, they've delivered killer albums and singles on Freestyle, Ubiquity and Kept Records, amongst others. This, though, is their first outing on Fat Beats. A-side "Evolver" is in some ways typical of their output. While fuelled by a saucy Latin-funk groove, the song also includes subtle nods towards psychedelic-era dream pop and Sly Stone style funk-rock. It's a rather tasty combination. B-side "Things You Say" is a slightly more straightforward affair, with the long-serving band peppering a heavy funk groove with riotous horn solos and righteous vocals.
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Maelstrom (7")
Cat: DAP 1099. Rel: 16 Aug 16
  1. Maelstrom (4:13)
  2. Avalanche (3:24)
Review: The Budos band might sound like they were from the '70s and hailed from Nigeria, but they're actually live and kicking these days around the Greater New York area. The majority of their music has come out thanks to Gabriel Roth's sublime Daptone Records, which also seen a vast number of incredible reissues land on its catalogue. "Maelstrom" is the lead tune on this fine 7", an instantly seductive psych track who electric guitar will have you shivering from head to toes from the very first verse - a total killer of a tune! "Avalanche", on the flip, isn't as visionary or grandiose in sound, but it is still perfectly capable of making you shed a tear thanks to its driving horns and hazy flutters of FX-laden guitar flying around like UFOs. Warmly tipped.
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Cat: JBJ 1021. Rel: 15 Sep 11
  1. I Say No, No More
  2. I Won't Hurt You Anymore
Review: Raw, hard and guttural blues here from obscure female Chicago singer Frances Burr on Jazzman's uber-collectable Juke Box Jams label. It's backed up by a hard-driving, pepped-up and rowdy KJ Trio, resulting in a piano banging, sax honking, drums clattering dinked 45!
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Alive (12")
Cat: HWR 0001. Rel: 29 Jul 13
  1. Alive (feat Bing Ji Ling)
  2. Just Landed (Pete Herbert remix)
Review: It's been some three years since Phil Mison last graced the world with some original material as Cantoma, and fans will be glad to hear that the producer is preparing a third album for release in October. Some advance insight into how it will turn out is afforded with this limited 12" release of lead single Alive that features the silky vocal talents of Bing Ji Ling. The crooning alter ego of fuzzy headed Phenomenal Handclap Band member Quinn Luke, Bing Ji Ling is the perfect vocal foil to Mison's guitar flecked arrangement which is bound to feature on many an upcoming Balearic compilation. On the flip Mison's Reverso 69 partner in crime Pete Herbert delivers a glistening discoid take on "Just Landed".
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Car Axes (12")
Cat: KTDJ 044. Rel: 14 Jun 16
  1. Incognito (5:12)
  2. X Man (8:48)
  3. Incognito (Il Est Valaine remix) (6:57)
  4. Incognito (Tom Frse Cosmic dub) (5:43)
  5. 2040 (2:47)
Review: A mighty fine collaboration is facilitated by Kill The DJ here as Tel Aviv duo Red Axes team up with Chloe 'C.A.R.' Raunet for the suitably titled Car Axes 12" - we hope this is the start of a beautiful and long-lasting musical relationship! The three original tracks here were seemingly laid down in various locations in Tel Aviv and London, but what unifies them is the ease with which Red Axes and Raunet evidently feel working together. Modern cold wave is hard to pull off but this trio achieve it with a degree of nonchalance that would impress the genre's early 80s pioneers! Il Est Vilaine and Horrors man Tom Furse contribute fine revisions of "Incognito" with the latter's Cosmic Dub particularly rewarding in it's widescreen panorama.
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Cat: RB 102. Rel: 08 Aug 13
  1. Mess Around
  2. I've Got A Woman
Review: What a reissue! Two of Ray Charles' most well-known, influential hits on one cheeky 45... What's not to like? From thundering piano blues of "Mess Around" to the Kanye-hyped croons of "I Got A Woman", these are unarguably formative moments in funk history. Originally released in 1953/54 respectively both tracks hold just as much weight 60 years down the line. No collection is complete without them.
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out of stock $6.85
Children Of Leir EP (limited to 100 copies hand-stamped 12")
Cat: RTTD 001. Rel: 07 Sep 15
  1. Shapes Of Sleep (4:53)
  2. Drowned In Fear (9:44)
  3. Seed Of Doubt (6:23)
  4. Elixir (5:44)
Review: Return to Disorder is the new label from Hamburg producer and DJ Helena Hauff, known for her dark brand of EBM and electro-infused music and without doubt one of the best selectors currently playing in clubs. The act responsible for the debut release from Return to Disorder is Children Of Leir, a Leicester-based psych rock outfit whose influences come from "mystical horror". Not the sort of music one would immediately associate with Hauff's floor pummelling DJ sets and a hint that Return To Disorder will be dictated by Hauff's tastes as opposed to a need to satisfy the beat. The four tracks present here are a fine introduction to Children of Leir, with their feedback-laden sound perfectly enhanced by the mastering skills of Pete 'Sonic Boom' Kember.
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out of stock $9.75
Carmine (10")
Cat: AMB 1406. Rel: 23 May 14
  1. Carmine
  2. Carmine (instrumental)
Review: With their debut album Book of Hours still fresh in our minds, Apollo duo Cloud Boat return with the new single "Carmine", which shows hints of the direction their next album will take. Featured on this 10" in both vocal and instrumental versions, the lush post-rock instrumentation is joined by colourful synth arrangements which show the duo clearly have big ambitions for their next LP.
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out of stock $6.59
  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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Cat: POPC 155. Rel: 15 Sep 16
  1. Lew Conneta - "You Got Me Crazy" (2:35)
  2. Jimmy Rogers - "What Have I Done" (alternative) (2:24)
Review: The Jazzman cometh! Gerald Short's long-running label is back with a new 7" serving on its Popcorn subsidiary featuring the moody and malevolent styles of jazzy crooner Lew Conetta. "You Got Me Crazy" originates from a '57 45 on the legendary Decca label and was one of only three releases from Conetta. On the flip, Popcorn present an alternate take on "What Have I Done" by bluesman Jimmy Rogers which is so similar to the Conetta track the label suggest it provided the inspiration for "You Got Me Crazy."
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Cat: 98769. Rel: 12 Jul 18
  1. I'm A Woman (3:01)
Review: One of the leading cuts from Tramps' Moments Vol 9 collection, Connie Kaye Trio's super rare "Woman" playfully riffs on Peggy Lee's "Fever" riff but comes with a completely subverted message and mood behind the lyrics and a powerful northern soul stomp. Strident, striking and full of drive, this special 45 release has been long overdue. Catch it while you can.
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Cat: FG 004. Rel: 18 Oct 18
  1. People Let's Communicate (part 1) (3:44)
  2. People Let's Communicate (part 2) (3:03)
Review: While officially pressed in 1976, Washington DC's funk troupe Coque never actually publicly distributed their socially conscious epic psych funk rock romp "People Let's Communicate". Most copies were damaged in a flood but a limited amount escape and were excavated 10 years ago. Now available for the first time, both sides can be digested in all their fusion and positive glory. Part one slides and glides with a little Sly Stone style smooth funk while part two gets a little crunchier. It's time to talk.
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out of stock $9.22
Oslo (12")
Cat: NADO 006. Rel: 05 Nov 13
  1. Oslo (original mix)
  2. Oslo (Ruf Dug remix)
  3. The Sun Also Rises (original mix)
  4. The Sun Also Rises (Wonderfulsound remix)
Review: The Aficionado label overseen by Moonboots & Jason Boardman delivers a wonderful sixth release which highlights the richness of musical talent emerging from their hometown Manchester. The focus is local songwriter Nev Cottee with two tracks off Stations; his new CD only album given the vinyl treatment by Aficionado who further demonstrates their curatorial skills with two well chosen remixes. "Oslo" showcases Cottee's song writing craft whilst "The Sun Also Rises" is a lush instrumental interlude channelling Byrdsian jangle and both are perfect Winter Balearic material for the more considered selectors. Mancunian tape enthusiast and recent London transplant Ruf Dug and Wonderfulsound remix the respective tracks with the former's tropical digi-dub effort quite excellent.
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Cat: NADO 1002. Rel: 02 Mar 15
  1. If I Could Tell You (7:08)
  2. If I Could Tell You (instrumental) (7:07)
Review: Since launching back in 2012, Moonboots' Aficionado imprint - named in honour of his regular Manchester party - has released some of the greatest Balearica of modern times. Nev Cottee's 2013 debut for the label, the sublime "Oslo", was particularly special. It's great to see him return to the fold, two years on, with the similarly superb "If I Could Tell You" - a weary but heartfelt and picturesque chunk of hazy West Coast folk-rock goodness smothered in evocative strings and psychedelic guitar solos. The intense beauty and tactile shuffle of Cottee's musical backing shines through on the accompanying instrumental, which is almost as good as his hazy vocal mix.
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  1. Riding The Storm (Idjut Boys version)
  2. Riding The Storm (Idjut Boys dub)
Review: Disco-funk excursionists Cro-Magnon have become notable references within the ever-widening world of tribal, percussive dance music. It seems only natural that they should be remixed by like-minded artists such as the Idjut Boys, a London duo comprised of Conrad McDonnell and Dan Tyler, who have been avid remixers of everyone from Chez Damier to Lindstrom. On the A-Side, the main remix is a true voyage into the world of synthesizers, bongos and molding drum slices, one which will take a new shape with every listen. The dub mix on the B-side takes a different approach and delves deeper into the percussion, stopping and starting continuously, riding in and out of breaks and rumbling basslines. Great takes on the original!
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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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out of stock $13.69
In Space (hand-numbered limited 12" picture disc)
Cat: C56 035PICLTD150. Rel: 15 Dec 11
  1. In Space
  2. Secret Life
Review: Claremont 56 continue their mission to release unheard Holger Czukay rarities to the world with this two track EP, recorded between 1978 and 1984, during the period when CAN were utilising the Innerspace Studio in Cologne less frequently, but Czukay and drummer Jaki Liebezeit continued to experiment together. These tracks were largely created using recordings from an old dictaphone, looped and tinkered with by Czukay. As a consequence these tracks are as weightless as the EP's title suggests, with the avan-garde rhythms of "In Space" and broken guitar melodies of "Secret Life" both providing some particularly haunting moments. As with Claremont 56's previous Czukay release, the sleeve is hand numbered, and the record comes on beautiful white vinyl.
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out of stock $22.12
Cat: EXIT 060. Rel: 16 Aug 16
  1. Too Late (original) (4:55)
  2. Too Late (Steve Spacek remix) (5:44)
  3. Too Late (Stray remix) (5:17)
  4. Gone Before Dawn (South Of Your Soul edit) (3:38)
  5. Better Than The Pain (6:25)
  6. Coz My Love Is (3:26)
Review: DBridge continues his consistently innovative vision with a whole stack of newness. We launch into his cosmos with the truly unique "Too Late", a deliciously slo-mo soul record that almost sounds like it's made to appear like it's on half speed. Pensive, gradual and measured with strings, lilting pianos and his own falsetto, it's total future soul complete with two equally forward-thinking remixes from staple label peers Stray and Spacek. Deeper again we hit "Gone Before Dawn" which steps, cautiously, with much more of a barbed tech aesthetic. We hit "Better Than The Pain", a languid sci-fi Heart Drive special and close with the woozy feels of "Coz My Love Is" a record that sounds like jazz, recorded underwater, somewhere near Detroit with Amp Fiddler. Beautiful.
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out of stock $11.33
  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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 in stock $11.58
Cat: AMSO 002. Rel: 23 Apr 10
  1. Woof Woof
  2. Woof Woof (Hudson Mohawke remix)
  3. Build Voice (Allez-Allez acid remix)
  4. Surprise Stefani (Luke Abbott remix)
Review: Technicolour writer and producer Dan Deacon is possibly one of the most unique sounding musicians in the world. A credible and unpretentious exponent of avant-garde pop, he dazzles both on record and at live shows, where Deacon typically performs amongst the crowd armed with a table full of gadgets and pedals, as well as a mic. Anyone yet to be exposed to his sound would get the vibe from hearing "Woof Woof", which features layers of manipulated and pitch-shifted vocals, a slowly rising Farfisa organ and drums that build and stack on top of each other to create a joyous orgy of sounds by the end. Remixes from Hudson Mohawke, Allez Allez and Luke Abbott make this an unmissable EP.

Reigning in the wildness somewhat is a mix by golden boy Hudson Mohawk, who turns in a mix that's strangely conventional for him. Not that that's a bad thing at all, his take on Woof Woof is a gem - full of twisted loops of acoustic guitar, wildly pitched-up vocals and live drums. London duo Allez Allez are also let loose on the opening track of Deacon's Bromst album, Build Voice, and create a powerful and epic nu-italo backing for it - with some impressively heavy synth work making it instantly loveable. A stalwart on James Holden's Border Community label, Luke Abbott takes on Surprise Stefani to round off the EP, and stays true to Deacon's fondness for elegantly building a song continuously to a huge climax. Fans of Deacon's will love this remix package, and hopefully it'll widen his appeal among dance music fans even more.
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out of stock $9.48
Cat: JBJ 1020. Rel: 21 Jul 11
  1. Calypso Daddy
  2. Everything Will Be Alright
Review: Jeanne Demetz's killer "Calypso Daddy" was cut in the 1950s but never actually saw a commercial release, so for collectors it's a completely new discovery. Perhaps it was deemed too unusual or exotic for mass consumption, or perhaps it was shelved as the bandleader responsible, Johnny Alston, was experiencing a downturn in popularity after enjoying success through the 1940s. Whatever the reason, we're glad it's finally seeing the light of day; a killer Latin rhythmic pattern, great instrumentation and seductive Calypso-esque vocal combine to great effect. On the flipside "Everything Will Be Alright" starts off with a bluesy boogie woogie piano and walking double basslines before Jeanne delivers the full weight of the song with the catchy titled chorus.
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out of stock $7.37
Cat: OPR 83. Rel: 20 Oct 06
  1. The Main Attraction
  2. Take Time To Make Time
Review: Introducing George Demure, a debonair dandy with a mouth full of wit and eyes full of wisdom. His debut single for Output Recordings, after first appearing on last years Output "Channel 4" compilation. A side is mixed by Trevor Jackson (Playgroup) and the cover art is by fashion designer Laura Lees. He has also recorded under many guises for labels such as Crosstown Rebels, Compost and NRK, as George Thompson, The Plastic Avengers and Shutterbug. This single is taken from George's diverse forthcoming long player "Boomtown Medallion".
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Played by: Manu•Archeo
out of stock $3.16
Heaven (limited 12")
Cat: 887654 91711. Rel: 14 Mar 13
  1. Heaven (Blawan dub)
  2. Heaven (Owlle remix)
  3. Heaven (Steps To Heaven voxdub)
  4. Heaven (Matthew Dear vs Audion instrumental mix)
Review: Legendary UK band Depeche Mode signal their return with Heaven, a 12" prelude to their 13th studio album Delta Machine which arrives brandishing four remixes that reflect their highly respected profile. Any record that features Blawan and Matthew Dear on remix duties is big news and both artists excel here; the former indulging his thick set claustrophobic wall rattling tendencies on a Dub version that submerges Dave Gahan's sad refrain deep in the murk. Matthew Dear offers another sly nod to his split musical personalities with one of his trademark "Vs Audion" efforts whilst The Orb's Thomas Fehlman introduces a new alias in Steps To Heaven. Look out for the charmingly dramatic revision from French newcomer Owlle too!
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out of stock $14.49
Cat: DFA 2270. Rel: 30 Nov 10
  1. Synchronize (extended)
  2. Synchronize (extended instrumental)
  3. Synchronize (Jam Factory remix)
  4. Synchronize (Jam Factory dub)
Review: DFA present the DJ edition of Discodeine's superlative collaboration with brandy snap-esque Pulp front man Jarvis Cocker, with a collector's edition 10 inch from Gallic types DIRTY to follow shortly adorned in limited edition spectral art. Much like Bot'ox impressed last year with the short but sweet "Blue Steel", this heavily orchestral disco thump of "Synchronize" is that rare beast: a slice of electronic bliss that, thanks to the vocal involvement of Cocker, could feasibly trouble the dominance of Cowell and co in the pop charts as well as work wonderment on the more discerning dancefloors. Hopefully the forthcoming Discodeine album, set for release in the first few weeks of next year will provide more of the same! The accompanying clutch of remixes from Jam Factory present yet more evidence of the Disco Bloodbath empire growing with ominous ease, as Dan Beaumont and Ben Rymer deliver a pitch perfect example of stripped back warehouse throb that has no doubt been road tested to great effect at the legendary monthly parties.
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Played by: Justin Miller
out of stock $10.49
Edits EP (12")
Cat: SNATCH 001. Rel: 07 Jun 14
  1. Bossa Nova Baby
  2. Eso Beso
  3. Mack The Knife
  4. Spoonful
  5. Parlez Vu Francais
  6. I Got You
  7. Can I?
Review: DJ Snatch sharpens his knife for a seven-strong collection of exemplary edits and reversions. Ranging from Elvis to Louie Armstrong, some of his touches are simple extensions while others see him totally repurpose the groove with hip-hop drums (such as Louie's cover of "Mack The Knife" and Howlin' Wolf's classic "Spoonful"). With a range of international flavours, this genre-bounding collection reminds us that the spirit of editing is fun and dedicated to the party. A worthwhile addition to the collections of all selectors.
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out of stock $11.86
Waveforms (limited 12" + free MP3 download code + sticker)
Cat: BEC 5772938. Rel: 08 Sep 11
  1. Waveforms
  2. Waveforms (Wild Geese remix)
  3. Drumforms
Review: East London troupe Django Django return with a shiny new single in the shape of "Waveforms" via the Because Music imprint, which comes replete in shiny new artwork (if you have five minutes to spare we urge you to check out the band's new website which has an interactive smiley face icon which is quite hypnotic). "Waveforms" itself is also quite hypnotic, steadily unfurling into the kind of tribal grooves the band has become renowned for, whilst indulging in some multiple harmony tactics. Wild Geese, a collective with fingers in many an industry pie, turn in a remix every bit as lysergic and potent as their famed revision of Friendly Fires, though on much more of a proto warehouse rave stabathon tip. Check the flip for a percussion heavy take on the track by the double D's themselves in the shape of "Drumforms".
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Played by: I Love Disco!
out of stock $5.80
Soul Kitchen (7" limited to 200 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: BH 110BLACK. Rel: 10 Apr 19
  1. Soul Kitchen (3:47)
  2. The Changeling (4:31)
Review: Djar One is at it again, whipping up some deep and dusty funk mysteries from the past and laying them down on Beats House. The big beat 60s sound comes through heavy on "Soul Kitchen", what with all those handclaps and groovy organ chops, and there's no let up on the B side as "The Changeling" puts the break front and centre. There's no question - these cuts will do the damage in the dance, not least in the context of a vintage funk get down. Whether it's fussy heads or easy going party people you're playing for, you can't go wrong slapping this deadly 7" down on the platter.
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out of stock $11.58
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