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You I Love
Cat: MT 004. Rel: 16 Jun 20
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Johnny Clarke - "You I Love" (3:17)
  2. Ring Craft Posse - "You I Love" (version) (2:51)
Review: Mister Tipsy's next dub diamond is an old treasure from Johnny Clarke, who put out "You I Love" in 1986 at the height of the roots and reggae and dub crossover. The rhythm is by Tyrone Evans from his tune "How Sweet It Is" and here gets repacked with fresh words from Clarke. It's a breezy, romantic tune with claps you soon went on to hear in early house music. The flip is a super deep cut jam, with cavernous and pillow bass and endless echo to die for. Add in the loopy lead which melts to nothing over and over again and you have a real classic.
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Work Up A Sweat (reissue)
Cat: DEMREC 752. Rel: 22 Jul 20
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Lets Talk (3:29)
  2. Work Up A Sweat (2:52)
  3. Closer (3:15)
  4. Got To Come Back (3:43)
  5. Lead Me (3:26)
  6. Tell Me Why (3:38)
  7. Love Me Tonight (3:38)
  8. Deportee (3:35)
  9. I Miss You (3:40)
  10. One Off Affair (3:44)
Review: "Work Up A Sweat" was Gregory Isaac's 1994 opus, and it showcased the laidback style he had become so well known and loved for. Often described as the 'ultimate rude boy Reggae star', his own African Museum label originally put this one out with coproduction credits going to his wife June. Big cuts like "Got to Come Back" and "Lead Me" feature, with plenty of metallic leads, acoustic riffs and deep cut bas sounds all helping colour the airwaves and sink you into the vibes. This is a first ever vinyl reissue and it comes on 140g vinyl for extra heft.
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Words Of The Prophet
Words Of The Prophet (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: SHEM 004. Rel: 19 May 20
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Words Of The Prophet (4:47)
  2. Prophets Dub (4:47)
  3. The Earth Is The Lords (4:29)
  4. Lords Dub (4:23)
Review: During the mid-to-late 1990s, UK reggae artist Mackating released a string of roots and dub-focused albums and EPs, many of which were mixed by Nick Manasseh. "Words Of The Prophet", which here gets the reissue treatment, was one of those singles. In its original form, the 1997 cut is a fine chunk of sunny, summery UK roots reggae rich in soulful vocals, hazy guitars and spring-fresh flute solos. Manasseh's "Prophets Dub" version is heavy and spaced out, too, making it a superb alternate version. Over on the flip you'll find the female fronted "The Earth Is The Lords", a more dub-fired vocal number rich in echoing chords and gentle melodies, plus the weighty, riddim-centric "Lords Dub".
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Words & Music
Words & Music (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HVNLP 92. Rel: 22 Jul 20
  1. Over The Border (5:05)
  2. I've Got Your Music (3:47)
  3. Heading For The Fair (3:43)
  4. Last Days Of Disco (3:37)
  5. Tonight (4:33)
  6. Answer Song (3:25)
  7. Record Doctor (0:51)
  8. Popular (3:24)
  9. Twenty Five Years (3:40)
  10. DJ (4:41)
  11. When I Was Seventeen (3:33)
  12. I Threw It All Away (3:27)
  13. Haunted Jukebox (4:15)
Review: Second time around for Saint Etienne's 2012 album "Words and Music by Saint Etienne", a typically breezy, summery and ear-pleasing affair in which Bob Stanley, Pete Wiggs and Sarah Cracknell delivered a suitably glossy, up-beat take on synth-pop that arguably owes more to the Pet Shop Boys and their own early works than some of their more celebrated albums. Highlights are plentiful, from sunny opener "I've Got Your Music" and the string-laden swell of "The Last Days of Disco", to the largely acapella "Record Doctor", baggy and Balearic "Twenty Five Years" and the attractively jangling "Haunted Jukebox". Pop perfection tailor made for sunny days and lazy afternoons: don't sleep!
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Woman Edits
Cat: VINYLATORS 04. Rel: 09 Jun 20
  1. Extended Woman (8:20)
  2. Piano Woman (4:34)
  3. Dub Woman (8:02)
Review: One of disco's biggest divas gets served up on a red hot platter here by Vinylators. "Extended Woman" is eight plus minutes of bubbling, piano laced and string happy disco with the iconic "I'm every woman" vocal taking centre stage over nice clipped drums. It's a tasteful edit that brings all the key parts to the fore. "Piano Woman" is more stripped back, with plenty of emphasis on some busy piano playing and the soaring original vocal left in place up top. "Dub Woman" is more paired back and built on the leggy drums, while plenty of golden strings add real colour.
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Witch (12")
Cat: MAXI 104112. Rel: 09 Jun 20
  1. Witch (vocal version) (6:58)
  2. Witch (instrumental Vesion) (6:52)
  3. Witch (Flemming Dalum remix) (5:35)
  4. Witch (Hysteric edit) (7:10)
Review: Italian singer Elena Ferretti was popular on the Italo and Eurobeat scene between the early '80s, produced by the likes of Giacomo Maiolini, Mauro Farina, Sergio Dall'Ora and Giancarlo Pasquini. One of her best known hits is the song "My World" (as Sophie). Here we have a reissue of Feretti's highly valued Italo classic (to those who know) in the form of "Witch" under the Helen alias - with which she used for half a dozen or so tracks in her career. A typically neon-lit Italo disco anthem of the timeless variety, with additional remixes by Centre Neptune chief Flemming Dalum and mad Aussie Hysteric - both of them giving the track a nice reshape for modern dancefloors.
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Played by: Luke Solomon
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Winter EP
Winter EP (12" 再出版)
Cat: KOMPAKT 151. Rel: 28 Aug 20
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Winter
  2. Berghain
Review: The only bad thing about Aril Brikha is that he doesn't release much music. But when he does, he amazes everyone.
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White Line Sunrise II
White Line Sunrise II (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: ERS 037. Rel: 20 Jul 20
  1. White Line Sunrise II (3:05)
  2. Robinson College 10 (5:26)
  3. A Dim & Distant Past (6:09)
  4. Bounc Erec (9:44)
  5. The Weber Traum Boat (part 3) (1:38)
  6. Sada Lost Theme (4:45)
  7. Oriental X0X-Press (Bassmix edit) (6:35)
  8. Ichi (3:08)
  9. The Clock House (part 2) (5:54)
  10. CS (6x8) (7:05)
  11. Roland Corp Labs 05 (edit) (1:32)
  12. Nemesis '01 (7:05)
Review: Roy Of The Ravers may be best known for his lysergic rave pelters, but there's always been a hint of grandiose melancholy in his synth work that suggested there was more to the machine botherer than tear-out acid beats. Emotional Response worked with the artist in trawling through a vast archive of material recorded between 1997 and 2017, rescued from hard drives once thought lost, and now gathered as a compelling ambient release with the full fat hardware veneer of Roy's work to date, but coming from a more reflective angle. From cathedral-quaking drones to deeply submerged aquatic excursions, this album has plenty to draw you into the inner world of an acid hero.
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What Kinda Music
Cat: 281212 4273. Rel: 24 Apr 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. What Kinda Music
  2. Festival
  3. Nightrider (feat Freddie Gibbs)
  4. Tidal Wave
  5. Sensational
  6. The Real
  7. Lift Off (feat Rocco Palladino)
  8. I Did It For You
  9. Last 100
  10. Kyiv
  11. Julie Mangos
  12. Storm Before The Calm (feat Kaidi Akinnibi)
Review: As fast-rising underground stars in their own right, you'd expect any collaborative album from soul-fired South London singer/songwriter/beat-maker Tom Misch and prolific jazz drummer Yussef Dayes (best known for his now long-running collaboration with Kamaal Williams) to be rather good. "What Kinda Music" is, with the pair mixing and mangling elements of soul, jazz-funk, electronica and jazz, a set that defies easy categorisation. Both musicians exceed themselves throughout, with tipsy electronics, sweeping strings, bass, effects-laden guitars, woozy synth lines and Misch's heartfelt, soul-flecked vocals offering a perfect foil for Dayes' loose-limbed, headline-grabbing drumming.
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Vixere I/II
Vixere I/II (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MGM 09. Rel: 28 Sep 20
  1. Aventijn (8:19)
  2. KIAB (4:05)
  3. Duppy (6:33)
  4. Amulius Numitor (6:32)
  5. Kring IV (locked groove) (1:00)
  6. Kring III (locked groove) (1:00)
  7. Kring II (locked groove) (1:00)
  8. Kring I (locked groove) (1:00)
Review: Malin Genie's purple patch continues to yield more delights with this latest drop on his self-titled label. This time around the prolific Dutch artist is delving into smoky, hidden corners of house music where dub lingers thick in the air and rough textures scuff depth and character into the synth work. "Aventijn" has a purposeful drum machine tick but its utterly somnambulant in its execution, while "KIAR" lilts on a dusty groove and woozy clouds of funk. "Duppy" has a distinct dub techno influence, but it's still a steadfast house groover at heart, and "Amulius Numitor" ditches the beats for a pure interstellar exploration. With some bonus locked grooves for creative DJs, this is a versatile and imaginatively rendered EP with creative spark to match its usefulness in the mix.
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Vaxxer EP
Vaxxer EP (12")
Cat: SPEC 018. Rel: 05 Aug 20
  1. Vaxxer (5:41)
  2. Oxidant (6:01)
  3. Multivers (6:57)
  4. Shifty (5:49)
Review: Having spent the last 18 months guesting on numerous compilations and multi-artist EPs, rising electro star Arsonist Recorder has finally been given a chance to showcase his wares across an entire vinyl EP. He's grasped the opportunity with both hands, filling his debut outing with club-rocking rhythms, foreboding Drexciyan bass, and similarly mind-altering synthesizer sounds. We're particularly big fans of EP opener "Vaxxer", which feels like a breathless, hyper-speed rush through the farthest reaches of the galaxy, though the deeper, more evocative "Multivers" and fizzing "Shifty" are also top-notch. As debut EPs go, this is pretty darn good.
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Utility (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 32. Rel: 10 Jun 20
  1. Paradise Engineering (4:06)
  2. Posmean (3:52)
  3. Experience Machines (3:41)
  4. Gradients Of Bliss (5:28)
  5. Hedonic Treadmill (4:09)
  6. Models Of Wellbeing (5:53)
  7. Utility (4:33)
  8. Wireheading (2:17)
  9. Die-Hards Of The Darwinian Order (9:04)
Review: Alongside regular studio partner Andreas Baumecker, Sam Barker has released a swathe of admired singles and a couple of on-point albums on Ostgut Ton. Here he returns to the much-loved German imprint with his most significant solo release to date: a debut album of drowsy, sun-baked electronic positivity that expertly melds elements of hazy ambient, dub techno, off-kilter electronica and the classic kosmiche synthesizer soundscapes associated with Tangerine Dream. It's a lot less dancefloor-focused than much of his previous material, but that's not a criticism: indeed, the fact that it's warm, opaque and prioritizes fuzzy, slowly shifting musical movements is the album's greatest strength.
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Unreleased Anthology EP
Cat: MS 004. Rel: 14 Aug 20
Deep House
  1. Movin' On (feat Seoulonnie) (6:55)
  2. Red Crates (6:58)
  3. Me Solista (8:18)
  4. French Road (5:06)
Review: As one of his more intermittent labels, Modified Suede has only put out a small handful of Scott Grooves releases previously, but now the imprint is back in action to offer up a few unreleased gems from the vaults. "Movin' On" is rich with vocals from Seoulonnie, keeping a smooth lounge tone to the deep house backing track with occasional chorus key-change flourishes. "Red Crates" is equally soulful although its righteous piano stealing the show instead of vocals here, while "Me Solista" gets into a Latin frame of mind with its chimes and shuffles. "French Road" represents the more adventurous side of the EP, heading into a more subtle soundscape populated by dubbed out melodics and low-bubbling percussion.
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Une Plage Sur La Lune
Une Plage Sur La Lune (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: XRPVY 2004. Rel: 19 Jun 20
  1. Une Plage Sur La Lune (4:18)
  2. Jacqueline (4:16)
  3. Run (feat Raverie) (3:35)
  4. Crctin De Terrien (3:54)
  5. Tigerz (feat Johaz) (3:59)
  6. Darling (4:16)
  7. Peanut (feat DJ Olegg & Kill Emil) (3:20)
  8. Baile De Sol (3:29)
  9. East Raw (feat Aaron Cohen & Chip Fu) (4:05)
  10. Sin Jaza (feat Paz) (3:11)
  11. Boogie Dola (feat Troy Berkley & Killa P) (3:11)
  12. Watch Me Dance (3:25)
  13. Rave (2:43)
  14. Royom (feat Fliptrix) (3:17)
  15. Nulle Part (feat Ours Samplus) (3:53)
Review: The translated title of this record from The Architect is "beach on the moon" and is a perfect way of describing the otherworldly balearic music that defines it. It is a truly widescreen affair that takes in a myriad of styles. Gently tumbling comedown drums overlaid with spoken word snippets, dreamy pads that drift off to an infinite horizon, and even some spaced out trap on "Run" feat. Raverie all make it a journeying album right from the off. Then there's also some contemporary folk, golden era hip hop and darker trip hop styles with further gets who lend lyrical wit to the well produced tunes.
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UFO Edits Vol 2
Cat: UFOEDITS 002. Rel: 21 Apr 20
  1. Speak & Spell (Gemo Rocket Launchers mix) (7:41)
  2. Tiriteru (Gemo Laser Fire mix) (5:50)
  3. Super K (Gemo Shooting Targets mix) (6:51)
Played by: LEGO EDIT
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Tyyni (LP + insert)
Cat: LSSN 067. Rel: 18 May 20
  1. Salvia Salvatrix (7:46)
  2. Anarkian Kuvajainen (4:57)
  3. Teerenpeli (3:24)
  4. Varjokuvatanssi (5:30)
  5. Polyton Nurkka (4:01)
  6. Haaksirikkoutunut (4:17)
  7. Saniaiset (5:18)
  8. Jolkottelureitti (8:23)
Review: On her last album, 2019's "Zoom", Maria Rossi AKA Cucina Povera abandoned the comforts of her home studio in favour of "in-situ" recordings with a stripped-back selection of equipment. For this follow-up, she's returned to the studio and delivered what Night School describes as, "a slowly unfurling meditation on the clash between nature and mechanical living". Musically, that means an ear-catching, often ethereal blend of foreboding, angular electronics, sampled digital interference, occasional off-kilter beats, atmospheric ambient chords and her own layered, improvised vocals - plus occasional processed field recordings and flashes of acoustic instrumentation. It's a brilliant blend and one that helps make "Tyyni" one of the most intoxicating and otherworldly albums we've heard for some time.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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Try My Love (On For Size)
Cat: GLITS 018. Rel: 18 Aug 20
  1. Try My Love (On For Size) (3:37)
  2. When Love Breaks Down (7" edit) (4:18)
Review: Not only has it been some 15 years since The Shapeshifters bothered the pop charts with soaring disco-house anthem "Lola's Theme", but also nearly a decade since their last vinyl single. Appearing on a tasty seven-inch single, this two-tracker for Glitterbox features some of their strongest work since those halcyon days. A-side "Try My Love On (For Size)" is arguably the duo's most "pure" disco cut to date - a classic production that boasts rising horns, sweeping strings and a strong, Salsoul-esque vocal from Teni Tinks. Turn to the flip for the more relaxed and groovy "When Love Breaks Down", a future end-of-night anthem that's as poignant as it is uplifting.
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Trust The Process
Trust The Process (hand-stamped 10")
Cat: BD 01. Rel: 21 Apr 20
Drum And Bass
  1. Trust The Process (7:36)
  2. Real Highs (6:18)
Review: Fresh produce! Neighbour Recordings launch a brand new label Bakery Dubs and you can smell the whole goodness a mile off. A new stable for the unclassifiable and experimental, the label launches with two D&B jams from label co-boss Bike TM. "Trust The Process" takes a technoid stance on the genre with Kid Drama style simplicity and unhurried breezy pads. "Real Highs" flips for a deeper jam that nods to more of a Goodlooking rooting. Watch out for those jazzy little flurries. Tasty.
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Triz (2xLP)
Cat: MW 008. Rel: 14 Jul 20
  1. Cum Angelus (7:44)
  2. Post Los (4:55)
  3. Triz Cohors (part 3) (6:43)
  4. Lamp Fest (6:45)
  5. Angelus Spit (feat Mister Water Wet) (6:40)
  6. Transier Unt (4:33)
  7. Om Ne Ud (4:11)
  8. Trizlang Gem (feat Ulla) (4:40)
  9. Stuck In A Cave (5:57)
Review: How do you describe the indescribable, or explain that which doesn't always make sense? Pontiac Streator forsakes the standard debut album format for a sprawling, double-disc journey into soundscapes that feel thick, complex, familiar and weird, subtle echoes of rave legacies or cinematic sequences come and go, gliding on the gentle sense of rhythm that underpins the experience. If all that reads a bit too complex and conceptual, fear not. The act of listening is both rewarding and beautiful. An underwater dive into fizzing, dubby atmospheres with a constant sense of lightness and positivity. Whereas so many productions in this ilk seem to focus on cold, crystalline tones or details seemingly forged from steel, things are resolutely more rounded, inviting and hospitable here. More than a few strokes of genius at play.
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Tripmastaz 06
Cat: TMZ 12006. Rel: 30 Jun 20
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. My B Is B Than Yours (8:17)
  2. Grime-O-Litious (7:16)
Review: Ukranian tech house hero Andrew Guyvoronsky aka Tripmastaz is back, with more boompty and swing-fuelled business after the label's two year hiatus - and it's his most personal one yet. On the A side of '06', we have the groovy heads-down stomper that is "My B Is Better Than Your B" and while that may be a subjective thing, broadly speaking - we can sure give him the benefit of the doubt there. This one will mix in well with any of your Cab Drivers records for sure! On the flip, we have the smooth deep house of "Grime-O-Licious' and it's proper mood music if we've ever heard it. This chilled and dubby jam is perfect tackle for the afterhours.
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Trilogy Vol 1
Cat: MSR 015. Rel: 21 Jul 20
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Trends & P Jam - "Truth Or Die" (3:45)
  2. Silas - "Mirage" (3:45)
Review: Savage instrumental grime, cooked up in the gully way we've come to expect from Mean Streets. "Truth Or Die" raises the party game stakes for those who want to put their 2020 where their mouth is. Neck snap breaks and grunting bass, it's Trends and P Jam doing what they do best. Silas provides the tonic; "Mirage" is a swaggering slab of dubstep / 140 gold. Fans of that classic spacious Medi-style stuff from the late 2000s will be all over this. Looking forward to the second volume.
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Transmootation EP
Transmootation EP (heavyweight vinyl 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: NYC 008. Rel: 21 Sep 20
Deep House
  1. Transmootation (10:29)
  2. Uno Mama (4:26)
  3. Galactic Matriarch (4:25)
Review: Moot Booxle first appeared on NYC Records a couple of years ago alongside Windy City, an alias of label boss James Reeno. The latter has played his part in the producer's solo debut, too, mixing each of the three tracks on show. The undisputed highlight is undoubtedly lengthy A-side 'Transmootation', a deliciously hazy and head-soothing slab of electro/deep house fusion full of bubbly jazz-funk electric piano solos and meandering, intergalactic synthesizer solos. Booxle ups the tempo on flipside opener 'Uno Mama', which smothers a proto-house style groove in energetic electrofunk synth sounds, before repeating the trick on the Boyd Jarvis style brilliance of 'Galactic Matriarch'.
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Played by: LEGO EDIT
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Transmission (remastered)
Transmission (remastered) (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: 0190295274627. Rel: 17 Jul 20
  1. Transmission (2020 Digital Remaster) (3:37)
  2. Novelty (2020 Digital Remaster) (4:02)
Review: Warner has worked on a run of Joy Division reissues this month and after their most famous "Love Will Tear Us Apart" comes "Transmission" which is not far behind. A 2020 Digital Remaster reboots the sounds but retains the grit and urgency of the original, which is a surging post-punk anthem filled with angst but also a sense of vulnerability and melancholy that makes it so much more enduring. "Novelty" on the flip has a broken beat line, gauzy guitar riffs and is underpinned by an excellent insistent baseline that never lets up.
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Toxic Funk Vol 2
Cat: BBP 178. Rel: 07 May 20
  1. Sitting On The Bay Banger (4:17)
  2. Fire Cracker (3:33)
Review: Last year Breakbeat Paradise inaugurated the Toxic Funk series of mash-ups, reworks and party-starting sample jams via a tidy seven-inch single from BadboE and Tom Showtime. Here the series returns with a similarly fiery "45" from Edinburgh-based DJ/producer Gramophone Soul. On side A he smashes together elements from soul classic "Sittin' On The Dock Of The Bay", Beastie Boys raps and bombastic, loose-limbed breakbeats. The results are as effective as you'd expect (IE it sounds like a bona fide party-starter). Turn to the flip for "Fire Cracker", a tooled-up, stomping soul affair that stays closer to its soulful source material whilst also re-framing it a little for contemporary dancefloors.
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Too Much War
Cat: DSR 6151. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Too Much War (3:45)
  2. Too Much War (version) (3:27)
Review: Will there ever be a time when the refrain of "Too Much War" won't be true? We can but hope. In the meantime, we can enjoy this impassioned anthem from 1978, recorded by George Hunter and Melvin Trusty as The Ovations. It's a meaningful cry to stop the war with a serious message but an easy to love rhythm and smooth groove that stays with you long after it has stopped playing. The version is tweaked with more noodling bass and spaced out effects for extra heady appeal. Of all this outfit's numerous singles, this one is the most perfect and prescient.
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Too Deep
Too Deep (limited marbled vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: F 015. Rel: 20 Apr 20
  1. Open The Wound (3:20)
  2. Turn Away (4:13)
  3. So It Seems (V2) (5:20)
  4. Too Deep (4:29)
  5. Never Alone (4:12)
  6. Cost Of Life (5:15)
  7. Distress (4:43)
  8. 10,000 Voices (2:35)
Review: It's been a long time between drinks for Cameron Findlay AKA Kontravoid. Remarkably, "Too Deep", his second studio album, arrives almost eight years after his lauded debut full-length. The good news is that he's in fine form throughout, offering up stylish, mind-altering, synth-heavy workouts that variously off a cap to Cabaret Voltaire, the throbbing EBM of Nitzer Ebb, the dark and moody intensity of Depeche Mode, the wild, freewheeling aggression of DAF and the off-kilter melodiousness of early '80s new wave synth-pop. While his trademark style owes much to his vintage influences, there's a freshness about his songs and sounds that's particularly alluring.
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Tone Dropout Vol 9
  1. The He-Men - "A Train" (6:24)
  2. DAWL - "Human Experiments" (5:49)
  3. Tonebreak 4 - "Track 3" (3:17)
  4. Ascot/WW - "Marelli Bleeps" (5:26)
  5. Corporeal Face - "Visions" (5:04)
  6. Bufo Bufo - "Ectotherm" (5:18)
Review: In the world of Tone Dropout, the rave never stops. It's this wholehearted 90s-inspired retro-futurism that makes their compilation style EP releases such a good listen. This ninth volume in the series packs a punch, with highlights coming courtesy of The He-Men (the trippy acid-psychedelia of saucer-eyed early morning workout "A-Train"), the weighty Yorkshire bleep and bass-meets-Italian dream house warmth of Ascot and WW's "Marelli Bleeps", and the deliciously quirky hip-house-meets-breakbeat hardcore-meets-acid bustle of Bufo Bufo's "Ectotherm". Arguably best of all though is Dawl's sleazy, alien and off-kilter acid-electro rub "Human Experiments".
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Time Slips Away
Cat: MOSHILP 103. Rel: 07 Aug 20
Deep House
  1. Time Slips Away (4:51)
  2. What Do We Care (feat Tom Sanders) (3:52)
  3. Wish I Was In Tokyo (1:53)
  4. Eyes Wide Shut (feat Wooze) (3:48)
  5. Maker Baker Faker Taker (7:06)
  6. Myths Still Exist (feat Niki Kini) (4:15)
  7. Sense Of Time (4:15)
  8. Turning Tides (feat Vanity Fairy) (3:27)
  9. Back & Again (5:39)
  10. Natural Born Losers (feat Wooze) (3:43)
  11. Violet Candy (5:21)
  12. Golden Hours (feat Nuphar) (3:36)
Review: Moscoman is a musical world unto himself. He's turned out a riveting and wide ranging mix of killer dance floor singles in the last few year, but always with a sense of oddness and outside influence. Part fo that comes from his Israeli heritage, part from his back ground in rock, and part from a desire to aways evolve. His second full length is another marked shift in sound, with synth pop looming large over many tracks. A well curated selection of guests helps add vocal layers to an album that is, as the artist himself says, "happy sad" as it goes from breezy ditties to intoxicating percussion tracks via psyched out Middle Eastern disco.
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Time Is A Gift Which We Share All The Time
  1. Acid Attack (4:58)
  2. Ndeko Solo (4:22)
  3. Bayeke (4:17)
  4. Sam Sam (5:19)
  5. Ndeko Solo (Voilaaa remix) (4:55)
Review: This is a musical celebration of life, good times and the blessings of planet earth from the Afriquoi collective. It is the first time the band have ever gone into the studio to record a full live-band sound, playing together at Octagon Studios. The material they played is finely honed and tuned music that has been perfected on the live stage over the years. There is kora, Congolese guitar, uplifting vocal work, crisp percussion and gorgeous chords all making this a truly African experience that brims with invention and vitality. For sunny times, there are few better albums.
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Tides (2xLP)
Cat: AFFINLP 002LTD. Rel: 13 May 20
  1. Cahaya Bulan (6:27)
  2. P680 (5:41)
  3. Ultradian (7:03)
  4. Solstice (6:56)
  5. Antipodal (6:10)
  6. Equinox (6:36)
  7. Abscisson (6:38)
  8. Equilibrium (6:42)
Review: According to the wordy press release that accompanies it, Affin owner Joachim Spieth's latest album - his third in total - was, "built by seemingly endless, sensitively interwoven surfaces," and, "creates curves of tension between immersive, melancholic and euphoric moments." The eight-track set is certainly atmospheric and alluring, with Spieth creating spine-tingling, mood-enhancing moments via waves of swelling ambient chords, opaque aural textures, ghostly voices and the kind of processed sounds more often found in drone releases. There are occasional rhythmical excursions - see the foreboding pulse and unearthly electronics of "Ultradian" - but for the most part "Tides" is the kind of enveloping, all-encompassing ambient excursion that's best appreciated while lying flat on your back with your eyes closed.
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This Must Be The Place (reissue)
Cat: PM 001WHITE. Rel: 04 Aug 20
  1. This Must Be The Place (Naive edit) (7:47)
  2. Everywhere (Summer Of Love edit) (7:10)
Review: There are certain songs so eternal they could be re-edited and repressed into infinity and never grow old. There are also certain remixers and re-editors that can be trusted with even the biggest of anthems, and Psychemagick are surely up there. Taking on Talking Heads' "This Must Be The Place" and Fleetwood Mac's "Everywhere" is no mean feat, when the originals were such pop perfection to begin with. Balancing the scales between a fresh treatment and solemn respect for the sanctity of the original versions, these versions simply add a little oomph in the rhythm section and apply smatterings of blissful, dubbed-out FX where it counts to send these perennial favourites into the stratosphere.
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THESIS 10 (hand-numbered 10" + MP3 download code in die-cut sleeve limited to 300 copies)
Cat: THESIS 10. Rel: 21 May 20
  1. Track 1 (6:45)
  2. Track 2 (6:06)
  3. Track 3 (3:43)
  4. Track 4 (6:46)
Review: Second time around for Julianna Barwick and Rafael Anton Irisarri's lauded contribution to the THESIS label's series of collaborative 10-inch singles. The 2017 set has been in high demand since it first appeared in stores, and with a limited number available outside the US for the first time we're expecting it to sell out in double-quick time. Musically, it's one of the most picturesque things that Irissari has been involved in. The untitled opener delivers a near perfect fusion of layered improvised vocals and wispy ambient electronics, while the track that follows brilliantly builds to a crescendo of Tangerine Dream style arpeggio melodies, densely layered textures and acid-esque motifs. The flipside opener is a more softly spun, deep ambient soundscape, while the EP's closing cut is sparkling, spacey and hugely alluring.
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The Slaves Of Darkness Vol 2
The Slaves Of Darkness Vol 2 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: NTJW 004. Rel: 16 Oct 20
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. FRNK - "Phencyclidine Nemesis" (4:38)
  2. DJ WEB - "Hichongo Base" (5:18)
  3. Gee M - "Buried Metal" (4:09)
  4. Sorog - "La Notte Nel Castello" (4:13)
  5. Phase O' Matic - "Midnight's Watchful Eye" (4:43)
  6. Odic Force - "Avoidance" (5:08)
Review: The pursuit of the perfect fusion of minimal and tech house is an endless one that gives rise to fascinating new music each and every day of the week here at Juno HQ. No Tech Just Wax is a fledgling label who recently threw their own metaphorical hat into the market and this fourth Various Artist EP is another strong one. It brings a certain hardcore edge and punk spirit to stripped back club grooves with the opener from FRNK being a case in point. Elsewhere there is alien-infected sound from DJ WEB, rugged electro and head-wrecking acid. This EP's strengths is in its fantastic variation.
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The Second Siren
The Second Siren (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: PERSEPHONICSIRENS 06. Rel: 26 May 20
  1. Sur La Maladie (part 1) (9:39)
  2. Die Unzeitgemassen (Sur La Maladie Part 2) (8:09)
  3. Outrage Priorities (5:10)
  4. A Revelation Of Nothingness - Downwards (part 1) (2:43)
  5. Waiting For Ayin (7:31)
  6. Time Is A Child Playing With Virtues (4:46)
  7. The Revelation Of Nothingness - The Dream (part 2) (4:17)
Review: Rather unhelpfully, there's not much we can tell you about The Loud Age, other than this is the publicity-shy artist's debut album. But whoever is behind the project, "The Second Siren" is well worth a listen. It draws influence from fuzzy and metallic '80s industrial music, EBM, new beat, techno and trance, delivering a string of club-ready cuts and drowsy ambient interludes peppered with off-kilter loops, clandestine chords, bold melodies and unsettling aural textures. Our picks include the warped, mind-altering industrial techno stomp of "Waiting For Ayin", the two-part ambient piece "A Revelation Of Nothingness" (which comes complete with whispered spoken word vocals), and the throbbing, trance-inducing opener "Sur La Maladie (Part 1)".
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The Primitive Painter (reissue)
Cat: AMB 2005. Rel: 22 Jun 20
  1. Hope (11:01)
  2. Disfigured Phantasy (5:57)
  3. Levitation (8:15)
  4. Psycho Kinesis (5:24)
  5. Stoned Soul Picnic (6:47)
  6. Cathedral (10:04)
  7. Invisible Landscapes (7:57)
  8. Click Song (6:15)
  9. A Pagan Place (7:30)
  10. Orgon Akkumulator (7:24)
Review: Given The Primitive Painter would go on to become Alter Ego it should come as no surprise to anyone that this self titled debut from 1994 still sounds incredibly polished, and manages to hit a multitude of electronic notes in one very impressive swoop - some melancholic, some otherworldly, others punchy and direct. Re-releases like this are enough to convince even the most cynical first-pressing militants of the value in re-releasing. Why shouldn't a new generation of heads be won over by the beautiful acid ravescape painted by 'A Pagan Place', the slamming toybox percussion of 'Click Song', the emotionally charged euphoric downtempo joy of appropriately-titled 'Hope' or the retro futurism of electro-stepper 'Levitation'? As essential today as it would have been 25 years ago.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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The Piccolo: Tender Plays Tubby
Cat: JDETRCD 99110. Rel: 01 Jun 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Down In The Village
  2. Trenton Place
  3. Raga
  4. In The Night
 in stock $10.85
The Next Billion Years
The Next Billion Years (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: 405053 8559811. Rel: 03 Jul 20
  1. Manipura (5:55)
  2. Liquid (4:08)
  3. All Forms Are Unstable (4:08)
  4. Stars As Eyes (feat Viktor Orri Arnason) (5:43)
  5. Nebula (4:05)
  6. Dragonfly (4:38)
  7. Hawk (3:57)
  8. Glow (4:47)
  9. Post String Theory (3:06)
  10. Cousteau (feat Julien Marchal) (5:02)
  11. Particle Dance (4:19)
  12. Kassel (4:29)
Review: Talk about low slung grooves. Lithics third and arguably finest album isn't exactly short of tracks capable of bending knees and sending asses floor-ward in a bid to latch onto the bumbling baritones, with the early combination of lackadaisical funk ('Hands') and runaway motor ('Beat Fall') more than enough evidence for anyone. As are 'An Island' and 'Victim's Jacket' a little further into the record. While these tracks are destined to garner the most attention, it's when the Portland, Oregon band hit their most complex and beguiling that things really stand out. Such as the staccato beats and lunging riffs of opener 'Non', the scuzzy, distorted and cacophonous breakdown that is 'Tower of Age', or 'Half Dormancy' and its hypnotic, closed loops of shrill chords and brushed snares. Not your average offering from a band that left average behind the moment they met.
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The Ladies Of Too Slow To Disco 2
The Ladies Of Too Slow To Disco 2 (gatefold 180 gram 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HDYARE 6LP. Rel: 19 Jun 20
  1. Terea - "Pretty Bird" (4:05)
  2. Marti Caine - "Love The Way You Love" (5:33)
  3. Diane Tell - "Mon Ami-e" (3:37)
  4. Lulu - "I Love To Boogie" (3:21)
  5. Karla Bonoff - "Isn't It Always Love" (3:04)
  6. Franne Golde - "Here I Go Fallin' In Love Again" (3:30)
  7. Martee Lebous - "For David" (4:07)
  8. Lonette Mckee - "The Way I Want To Touch You" (3:11)
  9. Kristle Murden - "I Can't Let Go" (3:48)
  10. Janis Siegel - "Lovin' Eyes" (4:00)
  11. Linda Tillery - "Womanly Way" (6:17)
  12. Ullanda Mccullough - "I'll Just Die" (3:41)
  13. Nicolette Larson - "Baby Don't You Do It" (3:35)
  14. Valerie Carter - "The Story Of Love" (4:01)
  15. Elkie Brooks - "The Rising Cost Of Love" (5:00)
  16. Holly Near - "Back Off" (3:56)
Review: It would be fair to say that 2016's female-centred instalment of the "Too Slow To Disco" franchise was one of the series' strongest compilations to date, so this belated sequel is more than welcome. Naturally the mix of blue-eyed soul, yacht rock and AOR disco is attractive and on-point, with highlights including the Steely Dan-ish "Pretty Bird" by Terea, the string-laden disco swoon of Sheffield cabaret star Marti Caine's "Love The Way You Love", Franne Golde's country-twinged, early Dire Straits style "Here I Go Fallin' In Love Again", the super-smooth vibes of Janis Siegel's "Lovin' Eyes" and the low-slung, bluesy, country-fried AOR disco brilliance of Nicolette Larson's "Baby Don't You Do It".
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The Future Is Enslaved
Cat: ISO 102EP. Rel: 22 Apr 20
  1. The Chains Of Technology (5:39)
  2. Next To Me (4:45)
  3. Darkness Modulations (5:43)
  4. The Mountain Of RU (6:01)
  5. The Element II (Metal Beast mix) (4:29)
Review: Last year, reborn Miami electro imprint Isophlux raided their vaults and delivered a retrospective of late '90s and early 2000s tracks by label co-founder Shad T Scott under the Gosub alias. Here they continue to mine the archives by reissuing one of his finest EPs to date, 2006's "The Future Is Enslaved". There's plenty of classic cuts to savour throughout, from the Artificial Arm style future funk of "The Chains Of Technology" and the chunkier, Detroit-influenced spacey warmth of "Next To Me", to the spiralling electro bliss of "The Mountain of RU" and the acid-fired Drexciya style headiness of "The Element II (Metal Beast Mix)".
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The Evolutions: Phase Two
Cat: VISIO 035. Rel: 23 Sep 20
Deep House
  1. Aleqs Notal - "Midnight" (7:26)
  2. Meftah - "Up From Here" (5:10)
  3. Taelue - "Liberate" (7:20)
  4. Afrikan Sciences - "Bass Reeves" (4:22)
Review: Deep house might not be getting the headlines it did a few years ago, but that actually means those who jumped on the hype train have all alighted once again and now only those truly devoted to the form remain. That means we get high quality EPs like this one from Visions Inc. Aleqs Notal takes us on a spiritual trip littered with toms and jazz-chords to kick things off before Meftah gets more experimental with a broken beat, tripped out keys and rubbery bass all sinking you into a state of trance. For those who like it more straight up, Taelue obliges, and as with all Afrikan Sciences tunes, the closer is a masterfully deep concoction.

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The Dreaming Jewels
The Dreaming Jewels (LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: AOTNLP 033. Rel: 22 Jun 20
  1. Sapphire Dreams (5:15)
  2. Eric's Breakdown (3:05)
  3. The Door Into Summer (4:56)
  4. Not That It Makes Any Difference (5:14)
  5. Lake Kussharo (4:11)
  6. Kushiro River (3:02)
  7. This Is Not Necessarily My Answer, But... (5:39)
  8. The Dreaming Jewels (6:08)
Review: After spending so much of their career to date releasing on Jazzman, it's interesting to see The Greg Foat Group make their way over to Athens Of The North for this cool and deadly new record. "The Dreaming Jewels" keeps the grooves simmering low down - all the sweeter to sink into. Just lock in on "Eric's Breakdown" and ask yourself if the track needs any more than that sweet conga flex. "The Door Into Summer" is a beautifully mellow jam too, all sultry Rhodes and sax to signal the start of lazy days. There are more tender moments and some breezier affairs, but the vibe remains chilled throughout this wonderful set from an accomplished band.
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The Dancing Devils Of Djibouti
Cat: OSTLP 009. Rel: 04 Jun 20
  1. Buuraha U Dheer (The Highest Mountains) (6:41)
  2. Raga Kaan Ka'Eegtow (You Are The One I Love) (6:02)
  3. Kuusha Caarey (The Pearl Necklace) (4:06)
  4. Raani (Queen) (6:57)
  5. Alto's Interlude (2:09)
  6. Uurkan Kaadonaya (I Want You) (6:49)
  7. Halkaasad Dhigi Magtiisa (That's Where You'll Leave His Reward) (4:21)
  8. Iiso Daymo (Look At Me) (4:03)
  9. Suuban (Joy) (4:59)
  10. Wiil Wille (The Jumping Man) (2:11)
Review: This record claims to be the first ever international release to come from Djibouti, a secret hotbed of musical goodness in East Africa. The country is a small and often overlooked land but once you dig deep you'll find a culture brimming with vitality despite the fact almost every band in the land is a national enterprise. In 2016, that changed when Ostinato Records met with senior officials of Radiodiffusion-Television Djibouti to discuss a lifting of the rules and three years later they were granted access to the archives and have put together this record, helmed by sax maestro Mohamed Abdi Alto and stuffed with essential afro styled funk and soul.
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The Cycle
The Cycle (clear vinyl 2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: LPDG 201LE. Rel: 24 Jun 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. If I Can, If I May (3:09)
  2. Sense Of An Ending (4:08)
  3. Something JD Said (3:04)
  4. Deluze (Solange Say remix) (5:24)
  5. Mist Missed (3:31)
  6. Interlude (Where They At?) (1:19)
  7. The Wants (3:17)
  8. Devil Get Behind Me (3:46)
  9. So Young So (3:48)
  10. Been Around (3:51)
  11. Hard (Star remix) (4:31)
  12. Be (5:31)
  13. Whom The Bell Tolls (3:06)
  14. The Box (3:39)
  15. Holds (4:28)
Review: The Cycle is Mourning A BLKstar's "testimony to the time and space in which it was collectively created," which is a storefront in Ohio. It is there that the band met each week to practice for late night into early morning sessions each Wednesday. There that they perfected their sound, which flickers like a candle in the dark, highlights desolate urban landscapes and includes a rotating cast of characters. Each one wrote their own parts of the songs and they all came together quickly, resulting in an album that is vital and authentic, with deep and dark boom bap next to more cosmic instrumental explorations.
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Played by: Andrea passenger
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The Bottle (reissue) (Juno Exclusive)
The Bottle (reissue) (Juno Exclusive) (white vinyl 7" limited to 150 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: SB7 006D WHITE. Rel: 15 Jul 20
  1. The Bottle (5:07)
  2. Johannesburg (4:38)
Review: If you don't already own a copty of Gil Scott-Heron classic "The Bottle", one of the many highlights from the pioneering spoken word artist and musician's 1974 collaboration with Brian Jackson, "Winter In America", then we'd heartily recommend picking up one of these limited-edition, white vinyl singles. For the uninitiated, the track features Scott-Heron musing on alcoholism and poverty over a killer flute-laden soul-funk groove. This time round it comes backed by another Scott-Heron/Jackson gem, "Johannesburg" - a more musically inventive and bluesy meditation on arpartheid first featured on the pair's 1975 album "From South Africa To South Carolina".
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The Astral Series
Cat: BMR 023. Rel: 11 May 20
  1. Orlov's Casket (7:32)
  2. Acid Genie (4:19)
  3. Nxt1 (4:55)
  4. Voyager - 2 (5:24)
  5. Contact (5:09)
  6. Nxt1 (Gantz Rmx) (3:56)
Review: Chasing the heat of his mighty "Modulator" EP on Simply Deep, London's J-Shadow dents the discography of Beat Machine with another generous collection of oddities and far-out designs. All writhing around his tech/grime/bass axis, highlights include the MC snippets and Pulse-X style depth plunge breaks, the tabla-style triplets and Indian jungle elements of "Orlov's Casket" and the iceberg dubstep glitches of "Contact". Complete with Gantz on the remix, it's another formidable dispatch from the shady one.
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The 45 Collection Box Set
The 45 Collection Box Set (5x7" box set limited to 225 copies)
Cat: F KU 057. Rel: 29 Apr 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Incognito (2:21)
  2. Incognito (instrumental) (2:35)
  3. Fakin' Jax Remix (instrumental) (4:01)
  4. Shaky Dog (instrumental) (3:49)
  5. Nothing But Aces (vocal) (3:57)
  6. Nothing But Aces (instrumental) (3:57)
  7. Lean Back (remix - instrumental) (4:01)
  8. Sunny Dedications (instrumental) (3:25)
  9. Hold It Down (feat Dynas) (4:33)
  10. Hold It Down (instrumental) (4:38)
Review: Despite his London roots, rapper and beat-maker Lewis Parker has always excelled at making dusty, sample-heavy tracks that sound like they could have come out of New York in the midst of hip-hop's "golden era". For proof, check this brilliant box set, which gathers together some of his finest moments from the late 1990s and early 2000s on five "45s". There's a mix of killer vocal tunes, accompanying instrumentals and the kind of deep, head-nodding soundscapes that would once have been classed as trip-hop (he did feature prominently on Massive Attack's Melankoly label after all). It's not hyperbole to say that "The 45 Collection" contains some of the most entertaining and well-produced British hip-hop ever made.
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Thanks To You (reissue)
Cat: SS 0001. Rel: 01 Jul 20
  1. Thanks To You (part I - vocal) (4:56)
  2. Thanks To You (part II - instrumental) (3:50)
Review: It would be fair to say that the Egyptians are not one of the more celebrated soul acts from Cincinatti, Ohio. They released a smattering of seven-inch singles on tiny labels during the early-to-mid 1970s, none of which made much of an impact outside of their local scene. In recent years these 45s have become collector's items, with "Thanks To You" - a super-sweet soul slow-jam rich in harmonic group vocals and effortlessly fluid and jazzy guitar parts - being the most in demand of all. Here the record is finally reissued, with facsimile labels and the same track listing (vocal version on the A-side, instrumental take on the flip). If rare, life-affirming 1970s soul loveliness is your thing, it's well worth a listen.
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Tetrahymena (12" 再出版)
Cat: LSR 007. Rel: 09 Sep 20
  1. Tetrahymena (5:09)
  2. Gene Silencing (4:04)
  3. Zygote (4:14)
Review: The somewhat mysterious Dopplereffekt project founded by Drexciya's Gerald Donald ends their six year production hiatus with this Tetrahymena EP for Berlin label Leisure System. Established by Donald in the mid '90s, Dopplereffekt remain one of techno's most enigmatic propositions with their brand of cold, stark electro complemented by a bold, Cold War-indebted aesthetic and a general disregard for performing live or giving interviews. Though Donald has remained active production wise, developing the NRSB-11 project with DJ Stingray which recently saw the release of the politically loaded Commodified album, the Tetrahymena EP is a welcome return for Dopplereffekt and undoubtedly the most high profile release yet from Leisure System.
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Ternary Fission EP
Cat: HNRUK 009. Rel: 27 Apr 20
  1. Corridor (7:48)
  2. Stetoskop (5:37)
  3. Micro Fission (7:12)
  4. Arcitect (6:34)
Review: Original Swedish techno freaks Frak are back with their characteristically raw and weird sound on Ternary Fission, which lands on the excellent Gothenburg label Hoga Nord. "Corridor" sees the crew in thumping, progressive mode, while "Stetoskop" shows off their more wobbly, psychedelic side. "Micro Fission" is actually quite a detailed and dynamic groove in the Frak canon, coolly flirting between spannered electro, slick disco and wobbly acid and making it work beautifully. "Arcitect" swerves once more for the gutter with ample edgy synths sludging towards a murky end point - something Frak can steer so very well indeed.
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Played by: Per Bojsen-Moller
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Terminate (12")
Cat: MEDITATOR 018. Rel: 05 May 20
Drum And Bass
  1. Terminate (6:17)
  2. E-Motion (6:36)
Review: Hyped On Acid, hooked on authenticity; long-time Irish artist John Reilly's latest alias sees him using an old school rig (complete with the all essential Akai and Atari ST) to making tunes the way they used to make them. The results are of course as heavy, gritty and futuristic as you'd expect. Both nodding towards to the Goodlookin sound of around 94, "Terminate" plays with the shades as a soulful vocal cry and west coast synth lines weave around savage amens and toxic bass while "E-Motion" is much more of a dreamy vibe. Think Omni Trio and you're raving on the right boulevard. Hype.
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 in stock $12.75
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