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Let Me Ride: KON Remix (reissue)
Let Me Ride: KON Remix (reissue) (7" 再出版) (1 per customer)
Cat: 001.
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Mothership Konnection (5:10)
  2. Mothership Konnection (instrumental dub) (4:33)
Review: "Mothership Connection (Star Child)" by funk legends Parliament was the third and last single released from the group's highly acclaimed 1975 album of the same name. After six years and much fanfare (including some from George Clinton himself), this sought-after KON remix is finally on 7" with a new EQ on the A side and a handy instrumental dub on the flip titled "Mothership Konnection" (see what he did there?). According to the man himself, "another sure shot rework from the stems ... recognizing the pure genius of George Clinton and crew, P-FUNK. So many layers in this session, it's amazing how much is really going on musically".
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No Way Back (red vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: TX 112RED. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Deep House
  1. No Way Back (vocal mix) (5:02)
  2. No Way Back (instrumental mix) (4:57)
Review: In a recent online poll hosted by acid evangelist Posthuman, Adonis's "No Way Back" was voted the greatest acid house track of all time. It's hard to argue - though we'd have opted for Phuture's pioneering "Acid Trax" - as the Chicago classic sounds every bit as fresh, futuristic and otherworldly now as it did when it was first released in 1986. This tasty red vinyl reissue from TRAX pairs the much-loved vocal version - in which the late, great Gary B talks about losing control over fiendishly sweaty, ultra-jacking drums and one of the sleaziest, most addictive acid basslines of all time - with the lesser-celebrated, but equally heavy, instrumental mix. If you don't already own a copy, don't sleep.
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Played by: Paul Starey
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Wave Variations (limited transparent green vinyl LP)
Cat: PITP 36. Rel: 03 Jul 20
Ambient/Drone
  1. First Sequence (3:02)
  2. Second Sequence (2:37)
  3. Third Sequence (3:00)
  4. Fourth Sequence (3:05)
  5. Fifth Sequence (2:38)
  6. Sixth Sequence (2:42)
  7. Sixth Sequence (3:13)
  8. Eighth Sequence (2:57)
  9. Ninth Sequence (3:16)
  10. Tenth Sequence (2:43)
  11. Eleventh Sequence (3:28)
  12. Twelfth Sequence (2:07)
Review: **Tracks 'Sixth Sequence' and 'Tenth Sequence' are bonus tracks & exclusive to the vinyl release only.**

Past Inside The Present is pleased to announce 'Wave Variations' which is a new mini-album by veteran ambient producer Dennis Huddleston AKA 36.

36 has often enjoyed exploring self-imposed restrictions, as it forces him to be creative, while allowing an inherently coherent sound between the different compositions. All the arrangements on Wave Variations use a limited pallete of mostly synth-based sounds, with particular focus on keys and melodies. Each track directly influenced the next one.

Dennis has kept almost every track around three minutes in length. He states, 'I feel like a lot of ambient music (including my own) is often unnecessarily long and these small vignettes work as a nice counter to that. Don't expect long build-ups or over-extended crescendos; These are short tracks that take you straight to Elysium and then dissolve into the ether.'

He further explains the output of Wave Variations, 'Ocean tides inspired the album. I think we've all felt that sense of longing and wonder while standing at the beach, staring at the waves and gazing into the endless horizon. I think it's something that transcends all generations of people. Like the waves, these tracks leave as quickly as they arrive. I feel it's one of the most minimal records I have made, with far fewer individual sound sources at my disposal. It keeps me on my toes and forces me to deeply explore the instruments I have available to me.'

This stripped-back sound gives the album a hypnotic quality to it. Like much of Dennis' work, there is a delicate balance between melancholic melodies and rich textures, resulting in an understated yet deeply exhilarating sound. Fans of emotional, melodic ambient music should find plenty to enjoy.
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  1. Akabu - "Ride The Storm" (feat Linda Clifford - Saison remix) (7:21)
  2. The Love Symphony Orchestra - "Let Me Be Your Fantasy" (Dr Packer remix) (7:31)
  3. Joey Negro Presents The Sunburst Band - "Everyday" (JN Disco Re-Bump remix) (7:28)
  4. Art Of Tones - "Flower Child" (feat Anduze) (7:01)
Review: Like its numerous predecessors, 16th edition of Z Records' long running "Attack The Dancefloor" series is packed to the rafters with tried and tested dancefloor treats, most of which have never appeared on vinyl before. First up, Saison tackles Akabu's 2001 classic "Ride The Storm", turning it into a deep, bouncy and rubbery chunk of lilting, string-drenched house goodness, before Dr Packer delivers a subtly tooled-up take on The Love Symphony Orchestra's grandiose and sexually-charged 1978 disco classic "Let Me Be Your Fantasy". Label head honcho Joey Negro provides a superb deep disco rework of one of his own productions, the Sunburst Band's 2004 summer sing-along "Everyday", while Art of Tones' "Flower Child" is a flash-fried, disco-funk romp laden with superb lead vocals from Anduze.
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Cat: NERO 049. Rel: 01 Jul 20
Funky/Club House
  1. Love To The World (feat Josh Milan) (7:22)
  2. Don't Be Rude (6:19)
  3. Love To The World (instrumental mix) (7:22)
  4. Groove On (6:06)
Review: House music's ability to make you feel good is part of its appeal, and artists like New Jersey majesty Josh Milan of Blaze fame, and London broken beat astro Kaidi Tatham sure know that. They link here with Patrick Gibin for an EP that brims with summer time soul, joyous keys and funky bass riffs that are impossibly sweet. Jazz funk, house and boogie all colour the tracks here with "Don't Be Rude" brining the cosmic vibes and "Groove On" making you want to move for days with its killer b-line and disco energy. Gorgeous stuff, for sure.
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Take Me With You (remastered) (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: GSC45 24. Rel: 29 Jun 20
Funk/Reissues
  1. Take Me With You (edit) (3:28)
  2. Going Down For The Last Time (edit) (3:14)
Review: Side A. Take Me With You (remastered and re-edited)
Side B. Going Down For The Last Time (remastered and re-edited)
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Red Axes (LP + postcard)
Cat: DE 275. Rel: 29 Jun 20
Electro
  1. They Game (3:51)
  2. Zeze (3:42)
  3. Shelera (4:35)
  4. Hold (4:02)
  5. Sticks & Stones (feat Adi Bronicki) (3:48)
  6. Moonlight Ride (3:32)
  7. Break The Limit (3:50)
  8. Watching You (4:46)
  9. Brotherhood (Of The Misunderstood) (feat Autarkic) (4:07)
  10. Udibaby (feat Beatfoot) (3:11)
  11. Arpman (5:04)
Review: 2020 marks the tenth of collaboration for Red Axes, the Tel Aviv-based duo of Dori Sadovnik and Niv Arzi. Informed by post-punk, new wave, and a plethora of club sounds old and new, they have cleaved a singular path with their hefty discography. To celebrate their anniversary, they reunite with Dark Entries for an eponymous 11 track LP brimming with jagged guitars, spacy arpeggios, and hypnotic vocals. Although Sadovnik and Arzi have previously released LPs on I'm A Cliche and Garzen Records, Red Axes is their first effort written and conceived of as an album-length listening experience. This work flows effortlessly through a variety of stylistic detours, highlighting their ears as both keen listeners and skilled DJs. Opener 'They Game' is a grooving number that unifies the psychedelia of cosmic disco with the early 90s 'baggy' sound. The energy mounts further with "Shelera", a guitar-driven acidic banger, and "Sticks and Stones", a certifiable club hit fueled by sassy vocals courtesy of Adi Bronicki. Launching Side B is "Break the Limit", an EBM-laced number that wouldn't sound out of place on a Razormaid compilation. The following tracks wax moodier, with "Brotherhood (Of the Misunderstanding)" touching on darkwave territory. "Udibaby" and "Arpman" close out the album with their respectively dense and sparse takes on kosmische lysergia. Red Axes was mixed by Steve Dub and mastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios. The album's artwork starkly depicts the project's name in blood-red smear. Also included is a postcard with full credits and album art. It's rare one finds an album that so casually challenges classification while still being firmly rooted on the dancefloor.
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Exercise My Love (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: ZP 51. Rel: 29 Jun 20
Funk/Reissues
  1. Exercise My Love (4:02)
  2. I Don't Know What It Is, But It Sure Is Funky (Fashion remix) (3:56)
Review: Legendary 70s funk band Ripple are back with two original members making new music again. Curtis "Kazoo" Reynolds & Keith "Doc" Samuels now go by the name of Ripple 2.20 and their first work is a new version of John Edwards' "Exercise My Love." It is a cover, but not as we usually know it - they lay down an incredible new vocal and play the parts with a real sense of sensuousness. On the flip is a new remix of some of Ripple's original material in the form of Fashion's take on "I Don't Know What It Is, But It Sure Is Funky", a raw, dirty, sleazy jam to get you in a sweat.
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GU feat THICK
Cat: SJU 12R31. Rel: 01 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. Shake That Body (6:26)
  2. Shake That Body (Dubbl) (6:28)
  3. Shake That Body (remix) (6:24)
Review: It may have taken the best part of six months, but Glenn Underground has finally delivered his first new music of 2020. The Chicago house legend is in fine form on "Shake That Body", a warm and jazzy chunk of deep house/disco fusion rich in tasty instrumentation and topped off by a fine female lead vocal courtesy of newcomer T.H.I.C.K. It's accompanied on the A-side by the superb "Dubbl" version, which sees Glenn Underground strip the track back to a killer dub disco groove before bringing back the keys, acoustic guitars, spacey synths and snippets of T.H.I.C.K's vocal. Over on the flip you'll find a seductive "Remix" that subtly moves the track closer to deep, soulful house territory.
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Cat: AOS 418. Rel: 03 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. In My City (feat John FM - Rick White mix) (6:27)
  2. Don't Leave Me Standing Yeaa (5:44)
  3. Mell'like Boom Boom In'dair! (4:28)
  4. Washtenaw County Horn Section (6:03)
  5. You Gotta Beat The Clock (4:24)
  6. Simply (7:16)
Review: There's been plenty of online chatter about the confrontational title of Omar-S's latest full-length outing, and arguably not enough focus on the music itself (or the fact that the guest list contains Rick Wilhite, Norm Talley and OB Ignitt for that matter). This is unfortunate, because as usual Alex 'Omar' Smith has hit the spot. The six untitled tracks are impressively varied, with Smith effortlessly moving between 21st century P-funk (track one), cowbell-powered deep house funk (track 2), sparse and synth-heavy acid house hypnotism (track three), disco-house jack (track four), sub-heavy Detroit-meets-Sheffield minimalism (track five) and sunrise-ready dancefloor dreaminess (track six).
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Owl
Cat: OWL 007. Rel: 30 Jun 20
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Those Kicks (5:11)
  2. Chance (5:09)
  3. Feel It (5:28)
  4. Boogie Man (4:35)
Review: Fresh from a quietly impressive outing on Cardiology, John "Freak D" Devecchis dons the Owl alias once more and offers up another must-check selection of re-edits and reworks. HE begins by cannily rearranging, tightening up and beefing up a flash-fried slab of later James Brown style funk-rock (the brilliantly bluesy, housed-up "Those Kicks"), before turning his attention to a righteous chunk of what sounds like AOR disco/deep disco-funk fusion ("Chance"). "Feel The Power" is a bouncy, piano-sporting revision of what sounds like a late '80s New York house gem, while title track "Boogie Man" is a subtle, house style remake of a jaunty, honky-tonk style rhythm and blues number.
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Cat: MM 120. Rel: 01 Jul 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. I'm Back (4:35)
  2. Girls I Got 'Em Locked (4:11)
Review: This is a sure fire reissue of a classic jam from Super Lover Cee & Casanova Rud, the eighties hip hop and rap duo whose matching tracksuits and perfectly sharp flat tops tell you all you need to know about their lovably old school style. Both cuts here are snatched from their debut album Girls I Got 'Em Locked in 1987 and immediately take you back to those golden glory days. The titular cut is a chest pumping anthem with big stabs and the flip is a more smooth broken beat with perfectly timed flow.
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Both Of Us (12")
Cat: ZEN 12540. Rel: 03 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. Both Of Us (5:54)
  2. Are U Down (4:21)
  3. Both Of Us (Jayda G Sunset Bliss mix) (6:14)
  4. Are U Down (remix) (4:07)
Review: Following her knockout debut album Significant Changes, Jayda G is back on Ninja Tune with a new single that sees her expanding on her distinctive brand of soulful house music with a curious kink in the sound. "Both Of Us" packs in some breathless vocal turns, effervescent piano lines and a bass-loaded groove to sink into. "Are U Down" leans in on a snappy, tech-edged rhythm with a little Prescription-flavoured dreaminess hovering around the synth work. G's "Sunset Bliss Mix" of "Both Of Us" brings a more bruk flavour of drum magic and some dubbed out FX to the track, while the "Remix" of "Are U Down" subtly shifts the accents of the original with some nimble Rhodes fluttering in over the top of that deadly groove.
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Take Down Enemies (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LFT 007. Rel: 30 Jun 20
Techno
  1. Take Down Enemies (5:48)
  2. Take Down Enemies (Special Request Splurgecore remix) (6:17)
  3. Alarmed (6:31)
  4. Smash (4:41)
Review: Back in March, Jordon Alexander AKA Mall Grab returned to the Looking For Trouble imprint he founded in 2018 with his first missive of the year. Even by his standards, it was a wild, all-action affair, and this follow-up is no less giddy or sweaty. "Take Down Enemies" is a blistering, all-action affair, with Alexander peppering a stomping industrial techno beat with tight acid motifs and cut-up hip-hop vocals. Under the Special Request alias, Paul Woolford offers up a surging, scintillating rework that adds huge dollops of techno-funk to the Australian's slamming original. Elsewhere, "Alarmed" is a more psychedelic and trance-inducing take on Alexander's big room techno template, while "Smash" is a thunderous voyage through body-popping electro nastiness.
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Cat: SMR 28. Rel: 29 Jun 20
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Amonita - "Lavender Bloom" (8:03)
  2. Big Red Machine - "Track 2" (RVNZ touch) (6:14)
  3. Hermanez - "Flame Keeper" (7:55)
  4. Fulltone - "Woodland Oracle" (7:15)
Review: Shanti Radio's previous multi-artists EPs were all superb, so it's little surprise to see that the latest also consistently hits the spot. Amonita sets the tone via the soft-focus tech-house shuffle of "Lavender Bloom", where lilting strings, dreamy chords and eyes-closed female vocal samples flutter around a hypnotic groove, before RVNZ offers up the similarly breezy and spring-fresh bliss of "Big Red Machine". Over on side B, Hermazez explores the kind of ultra-melodious and atmospheric hybrid progressive house/tech-house sound that the All Day I Dream label does so well ("Flame Keeper"), while Fulltone unfurls warm and ear-catching melodies and sumptuous chords on sunrise-ready closing cut "Woodland Oracle".
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Cat: PR 24. Rel: 03 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. Got Me A Mann (5:42)
  2. Libre Comme Un Oiseau (Free As A Bird) (4:45)
Review: Much loved and always impassioned vocalist and producer Norma Jean Bell is a firm favourite with greats like Moodymann, and for good reason. here she lands on Pandamonium with a new EP that utilises the voice of soul herself, Miss Aretha Franklin. "Got Me A Mann" is a gossip tinged, chord laced house track that will make you shuffle on the spot as you rejoice your sins. "Libre Comme Un Oiseau (Free As A Bird)" is another roller, this time with more free flowing vocals that ring out above the chunky, organic drums and busted bass. Excellent stuff.
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No No No (limited 7" 再出版) (1 per customer)
Cat: BAS 1006. Rel: 01 Jul 20
International
  1. No No No (3:52)
  2. Evil Ways (instrumental) (2:58)
Review: Originally pressed (on a limited run) in 2013, LA Latin funk troupe Boogaloo Assassins have reissued these two spellbinding cover versions again due to public demand. Still on a highly limited run, both cuts need to be in your collection: Dawn Penn's "No No No" gets a strict samba switch with lavish percussion and consistent vocal harmonies throughout while Sonny Henry's "Evil Ways" (best known from its Santana cover) gets the dreamy instrumental treatment where the horns and glocks do the narrating over a tight bed of wood blocks, shakers and liquid Rhodes. Killer stuff and Juno is one of the few stores outside of USA which is carrying the 45. Don't Sleep !
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Spirits EP (12")
Cat: HDMUS 003. Rel: 01 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. Virtue (9:17)
  2. Higher Spirit (feat MISS C-LINE) (7:08)
  3. Virtue (Glenn Underground remix) (9:06)
  4. Virtue (ALT remix) (5:27)
Review: Underground Soul launches din 2016 and has not been in a rush to make headlines. What they have done though is put out a steady, sumptuous and high quality selection of house tunes that continues with this fourth offering. Frank Spirit and Keys Of Lynx come together for it to serve up two fresh cuts that have bumping US house drums and classic London jazz stylings. The one ad only Glenn Underground step sup to remix "Virtue" with his famous sense of musicality then ALT chops up the drums to make for a funky broken beat jam aimed squarely at the floor.
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H3misphere (feat SIT remix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AHH 11.11. Rel: 29 Jun 20
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. H3misphere (7:37)
  2. Wergles (6:39)
  3. H3misphere (Sit remix) (8:32)
Review: Canadian maestro Jay Tripwire is a long time underground stalwart with countless gold-dust releases to his name, and still the modest artist keeps pushing on with more stellar tech house immersion heaters. Here he's been invited to Euphoria for an EP that burrows into the most shadowy corners of his sound. "H3misphere" is a spooky jam driven by a shuffling groove and offset with some dubby flourishes - a perfectly balanced workout for the club with a seductive air of mystery lingering around the rhythm section. "Werqles" is a lighter affair, but it's no slouch in the freaky department as a plethora of disembodied machine wriggles ping around the crisp 4/4 throwdown. The whole B-side is given over to SIT's "Remux" of "H3misphere", which holds the groove down in a more linear manner but keeps that chilling atmosphere intact just behind the beats.
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Symphonie Pacifique (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: STRUT 212LP. Rel: 03 Jul 20
Jazz
  1. Prelude (0:28)
  2. Symphonie Pacifique (4:54)
  3. Undulation (1:09)
  4. Anticipation (5:00)
  5. Mu (0:21)
  6. Yonaguni (4:06)
  7. Island Life (6:07)
  8. Nikinakinu (5:21)
  9. Man vs Machine (3:22)
  10. Before The Storm (1:31)
  11. After The Storm (8:30)
  12. Meditation On A Pedal Steel (1:45)
  13. Lament For Lamont (4:50)
  14. Pointe-Venus (7:16)
  15. Mother's Love (5:34)
  16. Epilogue: Three Tenors (2:20)
Review: Acclaimed pianist Greg Foat is a mainstay of the current UK jazz revival thanks to works on Jazzman and Athens of the North. He draws on soul and library music for his inspiration and serves up lush symphonies that are rich in detail, layer and emotion. This new album, which makes use of pedal steel for the first time, goes even more widescreen in its approach and includes powerfully uplifting tracks like "Anticipation" as well as more sensual and slower groovers and languid movers like "Island Life." It is the sound of an artist and composer at the very peak of his powers.
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Evoked Potentials 3/3 (10" in debossed sleeve) (1 per customer)
Cat: SEM 0162019. Rel: 02 Jul 20
Electro
  1. Repose (6:45)
  2. Sensory Process (Plant43 remix) (6:45)
Review: Second time around for the third and final part of electro hero Gerard 'ERP' Hanson's "Evoked Potentials" series, which first hit stores way back in 2011. A-side "Repose" is (quite literally) classic ERP, with Hanson peppering Egyptian Lover style drums and funky synth-bass with chiming lead lines, starburst chords and deep space chords. It's tuneful and picturesque, but will also have you on your feet and throwing shapes in no time at all. Over on the flip, Plant43 (London electro veteran Emile Facey) turns in a very Drexciyan take on "Sensory Process", in the process wrapping Hanson's bittersweet strings and 33rd century electronic motifs around a suitably deep sea electro rhythm.
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Looking At The Front Door (reissue) (7" 再出版) (1 per customer)
Cat: AL 2572. Rel: 01 Jul 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Looking At The Front Door (vocal) (4:14)
  2. Looking At The Front Door (instrumental) (4:11)
Review: To our ears, there are few greater golden era dancefloor hip-hop workouts than Main Source's "Looking At The Front Door", a stone-cold classic that remains a much-played anthem decades after it was originally released. Here the 1990 jam gets the reissue treatment. It's available in both vocal and instrumental versions, with both sides doing a great job in showcasing the duo's killer beat - a fine mixture of crunchy drums, woozy electric piano chords, scratched-in samples and toasty bass. Naturally it's the vocal version that we'd reach for more often than not - the trio's flows are particularly good on 'Looking At The Front Door' - but the instrumental is nevertheless a useful tool to have at your disposal.
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Cat: DFL 003. Rel: 01 Jul 20
Soul
  1. Summer Love (3:55)
  2. Love's Dream (2:54)
Review: The third missive from crate-digging reissue specialists Discs of Fun & Love offers up a new pressing of a suitably obscure and hard-to-find private-press gem, Maggie Epting's sole single as Mandisa, 1981's "Summer Love". The song itself is superb: a wonderfully breezy and sun-kissed slab of dewy-eyed soul that sees Epting deliver an emotive lead vocal over a jazz-funk influenced smooth soul groove and plenty of spacey, intergalactic synthesizer sounds. Over on the flip you'll find original B-side "Love's Dream", a quirky, sax-laden slab of electric jazz that features an even bolder and more ear-catching Epting vocal. It's very good, though the real killer resides on the A-side.
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Cat: SS 0001. Rel: 01 Jul 20
Soul
  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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Cat: PITP393SIXCD 010. Rel: 01 Jul 20
Ambient/Drone
  1. Stasis Sounds For Long-Distance Space Travel (Stage 1)
  2. Stasis Sounds For Long-Distance Space Travel (Stage 2)
  3. Stasis Sounds For Long-Distance Space Travel (Stage 3)
  4. Stasis Sounds For Long-Distance Space Travel (Stage 4)
  5. Stasis Sounds For Long-Distance Space Travel (extended Hypersleep Program 1 - Stasis Room)
  6. Stasis Sounds For Long-Distance Space Travel (extended Hypersleep Program 2 - Cave)
  7. Stasis Sounds For Long-Distance Space Travel (extended Hypersleep Program 3 - Rain)
  8. Stasis Sounds For Long-Distance Space Travel (extended Hypersleep Program 4 - City At Night)
  9. Stasis Sounds For Long-Distance Space Travel (Reduction 1)
  10. Stasis Sounds For Long-Distance Space Travel (Reduction 2)
  11. Stasis Sounds For Long-Distance Space Travel (Reduction 3)
Review: Earlier in the year, experienced ambient producers 36 and Zake released two different versions of the same album, "Stasis Sounds for Long Distance Space Travel", with the vinyl and cassette releases featuring totally different mixes. Happily, they've now decided to compile all of these contrasting takes on one limited-edition CD. It's well worth a listen, because in our opinion it's one of the best ambient albums of 2020 to date. The included tracks mix echoing sonic tones, drifting sound effects, drone-style aural textures, slow-burn electronic melodies, swelling, near neo-classical musical movements and the kind of immersive, sustained chords that were once the preserve of the late, great Pete Namlook.
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Once (12" 再出版)
Cat: ZEN 12483. Rel: 02 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. It Makes You Forget (Itgehane) (6:35)
  2. Hundres Times (6:54)
  3. Han Jan (6:21)
Review: Berlin-based Korean Peggy Gou has been surprisingly quiet since first bursting onto the scene back in 2016. Here, she returns to action having graduated from Technicolour to parent label Ninja Tune. Many may already have heard EP standout "It Makes You Forget (Itgehane)", a percussively ambidextrous beast based around a bouncy, off-skilter, snare-heavy rhythm track. It has been much discussed online after Gou included it her recent Resident Advisor podcast. On the B-side you'll find tracks representative of her developing style, which draws together elements of European deep house, electro, early '90s U.S house, the rubbery disco eccentricity of Maurice Fulton and the instinctive polyrhythms more often found in traditional African music.
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Cat: AOTNLP 010. Rel: 01 Jul 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Galaxies Like Grains Of Sand (6:12)
  2. Lullaby (4:49)
  3. The Solar Winds (& Cadenza) (4:15)
  4. A Long Way Home (2:42)
  5. End Song (4:37)
  6. All Washed Up (11:45)
  7. How The Nights Can Fly (7:55)
  8. End Song (reprise) (1:56)
Review: This release marks something of a departure for Athens of the North, a label predominantly known for reissuing ludicrously rare funk and soul sevens. For starters, it's a brand new album, written, performed and produced by jazzman Greg Foat and Warren Hampshire, who's best known for being a member of The Bees. Then there's what it sounds like. While there are nods to the organic, immaculately produced soul of Rotary Connection, for the most part Galaxies Like Grains of Sand is a luscious fusion of hazy, Cinematic Orchestra style jazz, folksy downtempo compositions, and the blissful, head-in-the-clouds bliss of new age influenced ambient. Surprising or not, it's an utterly beguiling album
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Hollywood's Bleeding (limited gatefold green vinyl 2xLP + booklet in embossed sleeve)
Cat: 864313 GREEN. Rel: 30 Jun 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Hollywood's Bleeding (2:37)
  2. Saint Tropez (2:30)
  3. Enemies (feat Dababy) (3:15)
  4. Allergic (2:36)
  5. A Thousand Bad Times (3:43)
  6. Circles (3:34)
  7. Die For Me (feat Future & Halsey) (4:05)
  8. On The Road (feat Lil Baby & Meek Mill) (3:38)
  9. Take What You Want (feat Ozzy Osbourne & Travis Scott) (3:57)
  10. I'm Gonna Be (3:19)
  11. Staring At The Sun (feat SZA) (2:44)
  12. Sunflower (feat Swae Lee) (2:38)
  13. Internet (2:04)
  14. Goodbyes (Young Thug) (2:54)
  15. Myself (2:37)
  16. I Know (2:19)
  17. Wow (2:30)
Review: This third album from Post Malone was his second to top the Billboard 200 Chart. Once again it was defined by his melancholic style but was also filled with plenty of charm thanks to his versatile voice. His choruses once again shine through whether he's snarling and angry or more vulnerable and falsetto. Fans call it his best yet and the blend of genres he explores here certainly make that a fair shout. Add in the fact that Ozzy, La flame and SZA all feature and he might well have outdone himself.
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Cat: LOTR 021. Rel: 01 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. The Forbidden Dance (Original Version) (6:36)
  2. The Forbidden Dance (Rhumba version) (7:09)
Review: Last time out, Longhair popped up on Claptrap with a fine EP that effortlessly joined the dots between turn-of-the-'90s dream house, breakbeat-driven deep house and colourful nu-disco. They've slightly switched focus on this Love On The Rocks label debut, adding big rays of sweltering Balearic sunshine to their usual warming and kaleidoscopic sound palette. In its original form, "The Forbidden Dance" brilliantly re-purposes the melody from a familiar old Mediterranean instrumental number (you'll recognise it when you hear it), re-playing it on sparkling synthesizer settings and layering it atop a tactile deep house groove awash with vibrant nu-disco sounds. Arguably even better is the almost beat-free flipside "Rhumba Mix", which reminded us of those bonus "ambient house" versions you used to get on Italian dream house EPs.
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Cat: SPACES 001. Rel: 02 Jul 20
Electro
  1. Arpeggiate (5:32)
  2. Diving In (6:27)
  3. Arp Reaktor (6:34)
  4. Love Drones (5:27)
Review: The first missive on Dublin's freshly minted, vinyl-only Space Shepherd label comes courtesy of Maltese producer Sound Synthesis, an experienced but still little-known artist within the global electro community. As you'd expect, the quality threshold remains high from start to finish. Opener "Arpeggiate" cloaks a squelching bassline and crunchy electro beats in sumptuous chords and sci-fi melodies, while "Diving In" adds sharp and mind-altering acid lines to the same far-sighted electro template. Sound Synthesis explores darker, horror soundtrack-influenced acid-electro pastures on B-side opener "Arp Reaktor", before rounding off a fine EP via the poignant chords, widescreen strings and bustling beats of "Love Drones"
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 in stock $10.93
Elaenia (Love Record Stores 2020) (limited LP + art prints + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: FPLP 1LRS. Rel: 02 Jul 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Nespole (5:01)
  2. Silhouettes I - II - III (10:57)
  3. Elaenia
  4. Argente (4:40)
  5. Thin Air (3:56)
  6. For Marmish (5:34)
  7. Peroration Six (5:11)
Review: In honour of the Love Record Stores promotion Sam Shepherd has decided to offer up a new edition of his 2015 debut album as Floating Points, "Elaenia". While the bonus art prints included in the package are rather nice, it's the quality of the album - still one of his best solo releases, and that's saying something - that makes this edition a "must-have" for those who missed out first time around. Featuring a mixture of Tangerine Dream-inspired analogue synthesizer works, blissful ambient excursions, contemporary jazz compositions and hard-to-pigeonhole instrumentals that add deep electronic influences to this heady musical melting pot, it's an album that sounds as immersive, intoxicating and fresh on the 100th release as it does on the first. Basically, you need this in your life.
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Rave Wave (12")
Cat: SYNQ 2000. Rel: 29 Jun 20
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Transmatik (7:23)
  2. Rave Wave (6:32)
Review: After some great EPs for tap labels such as Metereze, Half Baked and Tavera Tracks in recent times, Greek wunderkind John Dimas is back to inaugurate new imprint Synq with the 'Rave Wave' EP. As the name may suggest, there are retro-tinted party tunes that see Dimas make the journey into classic techno sounds like many others in the minimal house fraternity have tuned into in recent years - and he does a damn fine job if we do say so. On the A side, we have "Transmatik" and there's a clear enough reference found in the title, incorporating Rhythim is Rhythim style syncopated drums effectively for Motor City inspired number. While on the flip, the hi-tech soul themes continue on the acid-laced future funk of the title track.
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Kalamazoo EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SM 038. Rel: 29 Jun 20
Techno
  1. Kalamazoo (4:42)
  2. Not The Dx100 (4:57)
  3. Halfway (5:57)
  4. Just Let Me Go (5:58)
Review: Donnell Knox and Mark Hawkins, better known as D-Knox and Marquis Hawkes respectfully, team up for a collaborative EP on Sonic Mind that speaks to their respective roots in underground techno reaching back to the 90s. "Kalamazoo" is a tough and clattering jacker with out-of-phase organ lines to send your mind spinning, while "Not The DX100" brings things front and centre for a comparatively direct, acidic workout. "Halfway" ramps up the melodic content as a displaced vocal celebrates Kalamazoo's location between Chicago and Detroit, and then "Just Let Me Go" completes the set with a tough and bumping vocal house cut.



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Cat: SAIKE 01. Rel: 03 Jul 20
Techno
  1. Born To Be Slytherin (Tbilisi mix) (6:38)
  2. En Y (6:10)
  3. Hold Me Back (5:41)
  4. Cold Heart Prediction (6:10)
Review: Welcome to Saike, a new French label that debuts with a collaborative project from Hadone and Shlomo. As Viper Diva the pair brings together their disparate respective backgrounds into brain frying new forms that are part techno, part rave, part trance. Particularly on the thrusty opener "Born To Be Slytherin" (Tbilisi mix) which is an all out assault with bright chords and menacing drums. "En Y" is a frosty and frozen affair, while "Hold Me Back" is a retro white knuckle ride through hardcore techno. "Cold Heart Prediction" closes at 100 miles an hour, with no prisoners taken along the way. This is high octane stuff, for sure.
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Blue Planet EP (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: 3024 PUG 1. Rel: 02 Jul 20
Techno
  1. Blue Planet (5:10)
  2. Acid Flange (5:09)
  3. Pugilist & Tamen - "Guidance" (4:49)
Review: One of the joys of Pugilist's productions is that you never quite know what you're going to get, though there's a fair chance it will boast extraordinary amounts of sub-bass. It's this inventive and off-kilter approach to bass music that makes many of his releases essential. We'd put this first outing for Martyn's 3024 label in that category. A-side "Blue Planet" is particularly potent, with the Melbourne-based producer wrapping tribal style hand percussion, tweaked acid lines and occasionally creepy chords around a bombastic bassline and a funk-fuelled, trickily tweaked two-step rhythm. TB-303 acid lines are also a headline-grabbing feature of the similarly weighty and loose-limbed "Acid Flange", while Tamen hook-up "Guidance" is a surprisingly spacey tribute to the early days of UK jungle culture.
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Green (cassette)
Cat: LITA 192CAS. Rel: 29 Jun 20
Ambient/Drone
  1. Creek (4:45)
  2. Feel (4:24)
  3. Sheep (5:20)
  4. Sleep (6:29)
  5. Green (5:15)
  6. Feet (6:15)
  7. Street (6:48)
  8. Teevee (3:32)
Review: Up until his death in 2003, Hiroshi Yoshimura spent decades offering up immaculate albums that blurred the boundaries between ambient, new age and minimalism. For those not versed in the Japanese ambient pioneer's vast catalogue, 1986's "Green" - which is here reissued by Light In The Attic - remains one of his most impressive works. Created using a minimal number of instruments (mostly synthesizers and electric pianos), the set is as quietly jazzy as it is relaxing. Highlights include the meditative, Terry Riley influenced bliss of "Feel", the pulsing organ stabs and blissful electronics of "Sheep", the garden-ready musical hug that is "Green" and the swelling opener "Creek".
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EEE 007 (hand-stamped 1-sided heavyweight vinyl 12" 再出版)
EEE
Cat: EEE 007. Rel: 29 Jun 20
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (9:11)
Review: Madonna, Depeche Mode and Kelis - what do East End Edits have in store for us next? This seventh instalment harks back to the charming deep jazzy house of their inaugural release - think of the legendary St. Germain and that should give you a fairly good idea. The track's smoky, late night jazz bar vibe is complemented by a rolling bass and swinging rhythms that should appeal to the likes of Rhadoo or Petre Inspirescu - legends of the Romanian scene who themselves have lent their deft hand to the French producer's work as remixers in the past, too.
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Various (12")
Cat: USR 015. Rel: 30 Jun 20
Techno
  1. Audio Quest - "The Mental Screen" (5:42)
  2. Jared Wilson - "Lynnwood2 Northgate Transit Center" (6:39)
  3. Sohrab - "Sinking" (6:42)
  4. KCLF - "Reloaded 9615" (4:17)
Review: Undersound Recordings hit release number 15 with a various artist EP that packs four vital techno punches. Audio Quest's "The Mental Screen" kicks off with some old school techno that recalls the sound of legendary Dutch label Djax-Up. It's filled with metallic snare sounds and deep space bleeps. Jared Wilson of course brings the acid that has defined his output for years, and Sohrab get busy with a kicking number and some busy melody patterns. KCLF closes out with twisted bass and shiny chords that look back to go forwards with "Reloaded 9615".
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HOARY 09 (12")
Cat: HOARY 09. Rel: 03 Jul 20
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Nick Beringer - "AI" (6:20)
  2. Sota - "Zerosandones" (7:06)
  3. Nolga - "UXB" (7:18)
  4. Diego Krause - "Touchstone" (7:23)
Review: Hoary Ukraine has kept up a busy rate of release since first appearing in the world, and as was the case with their eighth EP in April, this ninth offering is a various artists affair that calls on some slick tech house talents. Nick Beringer's "AI" is tight and crisp, with an old school feel thanks to the neon baseline, the Sota really pumps the party with his effervescing, fist pumping "Zerosandones". "UXB" on the flip is Nolga's clipped, bass driven tech-garage shuffler, then closing things out is Diego Krause with "Touchstone", a darker jam with some fresh sound designs.
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Afro Sega (7" limited to 160 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: AT 701. Rel: 30 Jun 20
Funk/Reissues
  1. Afro-Sega (Tony Allen remix) (4:35)
  2. Fatige (4:31)
Review: Second time around for Afro-Kreole artist Grace Barbe's surprise collaboration with Afrobeat legend Tony Allen, which was first released on seven-inch way back in 2016. Allen handled production and remixing duties on "Afro-Sega", a wonderfully humid and tropical number in which the late drummer's distinctive polyrhythms provide a killer base for Barbe's superb lead vocals and all manner of accompanying musical heat (think undulating funk bass, effects-laden Clavinet riffs and punchy sax). Just as good is flipside "Fatige", an even more colourful and vibrant affair in which the Seychelles Islander explores the tropical sounds of her home archipelago in serious sonic style. Only 160 of these have been pressed in total, so act fast if you want to secure a copy.
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Eastern Flowers (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: MRB 7177. Rel: 30 Jun 20
International
  1. Magnolia (3:03)
  2. Lotus (3:26)
Review: A-grade diggers, label, shop and reissuers Mr Bongo are back with another of their essential offerings, this time in the form of a 7" taken from Swedish artist Sven Wunder's debut album Do?u cicekleri on new label Piano Piano. The resulting record is a seamless fusion of bright colours and bleeding pigments, real instruments and synthetic sound that is as worldly as they come. "Magnolia" here is the intoxicating a-side with its freewheeling drums and big lead lines, while "Lotus" takes us into a more oriental sound, with gypsy funk and dark-soul stylings making it delightfully hard to pin down.
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Cat: RSRSIMS 001. Rel: 29 Jun 20
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Rev Ray L Weaver - "We Are Family" (4:31)
  2. Pink Family - "Don't Give Your Life Away" (AI-Tone extended mix) (5:00)
Review: Rain & Shine's "Soul Is My Salvation" project is something of an epic: an eight-part series of "dancefloor friendly gospel songs" curated by veteran Chicagoan DJ Tone B Nimble (real name Anthony Fields). This first part - "Chapter 1" - opens with a sublime, gospel style sing-along cover of Sister Sledge classic "We Are Family" that sounds like it was actually recorded in church. It's brilliant, life-affirming stuff. Over on side B, scalpel fiend Al-Tone offers up an extended version of obscure New Zealand group The Pink Family's 1979 cut "Don't Give Your Life Away" - a warm-hearted - some would say righteous - disco workout that's almost as good as the A-side. We await the next volume in the series with baited breath.
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Future World (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: CPU 01011000. Rel: 02 Jul 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Arrowhead (5:09)
  2. Wave Cannon (5:26)
  3. Sweet Luna (4:38)
  4. Bit Device (4:04)
  5. Cytron (3:42)
  6. Phantom Cell (5:47)
  7. Arvanche (5:23)
  8. Hakusan (4:10)
  9. Chiron (4:58)
  10. Future World (4:11)
Review: As anyone who copped his 2016 debut album as Nullptr will attest, Eddie Symons' brand of electro is audibly more far-sighted and otherworldly than his peers. Given that electro is by its very nature a futurist artistic form, that's high praise indeed. Symons is naturally in fine form on the aptly titled "Future World", his first album for much-loved Sheffield imprint Central Processing Unit. Full of bustling beats, bold analogue melodies, shimmering chords, squelchy bass and undulating acid lines, the set offers a well-judged balance between angular, forthright club cuts - many of which are in a similar sonic vein to Drexciya - and deeper, more melodious moments that reminded us a little of Gerard Hanson's work as Convexion and Boris Bunnik's Versalife releases.
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Cat: TESS 008. Rel: 02 Jul 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Wet Your Whistle (5:42)
  2. Miss The Point (5:46)
  3. Friend Request (Sax mix) (6:08)
  4. Friend Request (Mbius remix) (7:11)
Review: Having spent the last couple of years establishing the Tessellate label via fine EPs from the likes of Aleksandir and Armless Kid, imprint co-founders Max van Dijk and Oli Hiam have decided the time is right to debut their new production project, The Trip. "Wet Your Whistle" is certainly a confident and quietly impressive debut, with the title track adding a little intergalactic futurism and acid-flecked psychedelia to a retro-futurist deep house groove. They continue to join the dots between the eras on "Miss The Point", where glitchy tech-house style electronics and acid flashes leap above a chunky groove and bold organ stabs. The flipside boasts two versions of "Friend Request": their own bouncy, bass-heavy, skipping and acid-flecked "Sax Mix", and the weighty, off-planet tech-house flex of the Mbius rework.
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The Mage (LP 再出版)
Cat: AOTNLP 016. Rel: 30 Jun 20
Funk/Reissues
  1. Of My Hands (7:02)
  2. Endless Love (2:11)
  3. Driftin' (7:41)
  4. The Magic Radish (5:35)
  5. The High Priestess (7:46)
  6. Incantation (1:15)
  7. The Mage (5:56)
Review: Although he's released a swathe of albums with his contemporary jazz ensemble and a quartet of collaborative sets alongside Warren Hampshire, "The Mage" actually marks Greg Foat's first solo full-length outing. It's been a long time coming but well worth the wait, as the talented pianist and producer works his way through an evocative set of tracks that variously touch on sax-laden funk breaks ("The Mage", "The High Priestess"), intergalactic synthesizer soundscapes ("Incantation"), slo-mo jazz-funk mood pieces (the spellbinding "The Magic Radish"), folksy ambient jazz ("Driftin'") and beautiful, pastoral pieces that recall Charles Stepney's work with Rotary Connection ("Endless Love", "Of My Hands"). The result is a fittingly brilliant album from one of British jazz's most talented participants.
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Cat: AVNLP 05. Rel: 03 Jul 20
Techno
  1. Eso (5:52)
  2. Traces Rise (6:46)
  3. Reptilian (6:18)
  4. Moving Towards The Exits (6:02)
  5. Correctional (5:44)
  6. Taser Cries (6:02)
  7. No Paradise (5:26)
  8. Sharpen Your Senses (5:34)
Review: Written & Produced by Shifted. Berlin, 2019 Mastered by Helmut Erler @ Dubplates & Mastering. Design & Layout by Collin Fletcher.
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To Know Without Knowing (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: AR 135VL. Rel: 03 Jul 20
International
  1. Mulatu (6:19)
  2. Kulun Mankwaleshi (7:46)
  3. To Know Without Knowing (7:34)
  4. Mascaram Setaba (5:52)
  5. Living On Stolen Land (10:24)
  6. Ambassi Lemdi (5:56)
Review: Mulatu Astatke is a legendary musician who is famous for his signature playing on the vibraphone. Here he blends his Ethio-jazz sounds with the Melbourne-based group Black Jesus Experience to serve up a mix of re-interpreted African folk songs and odes to his homeland. 'To Know Without Knowing' has a decidedly hip hop edge thanks to the vocal flow and 'Mascaram Setaba' is an Ethio classic. Another highlight is 'Living On Stolen Land' which is dedicated to the First Nations people of Australia and acknowledges the pain and injustice of them not being recognised as the traditional owners of Australia.
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Cat: TRUNCATERMX 5. Rel: 29 Jun 20
Techno
  1. Concentrate (Josh Wink interpretation) (6:58)
  2. Culture (Lauren Flax remix) (6:15)
  3. Reflex (Radio Slave remix) (6:43)
  4. Missing (Kai Van Dongen remix) (5:51)
Review: This ultra stacked remix EP see's artists, Lauren Flax, Josh Wink, Radio Slave, and the 'Missing' remix contest winner Kai Van Dongen. Legend Josh Wink brings his minimalistic approach to the classic 'Concentrate'. Lauren Flax brings her deep jackin acid flavor to 'Culture'. Radio Slave does what he does best and keeps his remix of 'Reflex' stripped down and tough, Rekids style. Lastly, remix contest winner and new comer Kai Van Dongen, balances out the EP with his deep but driving rendition of 'Missing'.
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Knock Me Out EP (hand-stamped 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: BBR 014. Rel: 29 Jun 20
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Blow Your Mind (4:15)
  2. Knock Me Out (6:56)
  3. Luv Girl (6:25)
  4. Do It (If U Like) (7:26)
Review: When it comes to offering up authentically funk-fuelled, revivalist disco-funk treats, former crate digger to the stars turned re-editor and producer Lord Funk has an impressive track record. One of his most sought-after releases is 2018's colourful "Knock Me Out EP", so it's no surprise to see it being given the reissue treatment two years on. There's much to admire, from the early Sugarhill Records-sampling boogie/p-funk fusion of opener "Blow Your Mind", to the talkbox-sporting P-funk revivalism of "Knock Me Out" (seemingly a reissue of a lesser-known kaleidoscopic synth-funk gem from the early-to-mid '80s), and the rather brilliant, Prince style electrofunk headiness of closing cut "Do It (If U Like)".
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Cat: THC 001. Rel: 02 Jul 20
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Lagrange Point (7:24)
  2. Ephemeris (7:30)
  3. Lagrange Point (VincentIulian remix) (7:51)
  4. Nova (7:10)
Review: Barely two weeks have passed since Andrei Popa AKA Direkt delivered a strong contribution to the Atipic Lab series, but the Romanian producer is already back in action. "Language Point" is, of course, another rock-solid outing, this time on debutant label Thinc. Check first the deliciously spacey, sci-fi sounds of purist tech-house opener "Language Point", a slick, synth-heavy and far-sighted affair that's later given a glitchier, more contemporary tech-tinged makeover by remixer Vincentiulian. Direkt continues to dance his way through distant constellations on hypnotic EP highlight "Ephemeris", before combining chunkier tech-house beats, bubblier electronics and broken computer sounds on trippy, heads-down closing cut "Nova".
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