Various Artists

Transformers The Movie OST - 30th Anniversary Collector's Edition

    Marking the 30th Anniversary of the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to Transformers The Movie comes this collector's edition, double vinyl package including two etched, coloured vinyl LPs in a Transforming gatefold sleeve. LP1 is pressed on red vinyl and etched with the Autobot logo, while LP2 is pressed on purple vinyl and etched with the Decepticon logo. The gatefold sleeve completely "transforms" all four sides from an Autobot themed jacket to a Decepticon themed jacket. This original 1986 cult classic, remastered and re-imagined, has never sounded or looked better! Transformers, There's More Than Meets The Eye!


    The Touch
    Instruments Of Destruction
    Death Of Optimus Prime
    Nothin's Gonna Stand In Our Way
    The Transformers Theme
    Autobot / Decepticon Battle
    Dare To Be Stupid 

    Various Artists

    Jazz Dispensary: Orange Sunset


      The latest in our ongoing RSD/BF series of rare grooves and soulful Jazz from the Craft vaults. 180-gram colored vinyl.

      Various Artists

      Studio One - Afrikan Blood


        Clement Dodd, the founder of the iconic Studio One label, was a fierce proponent of Marcus Garvey’s message of self-reliance that he had heard in his youth. Over the years he recorded and produced many songs that expressed the yearnings and feelings of his fellow Jamaicans. Afrikan Blood is a timely release that captures some of the roots reggae songs that speak to the injustices that still exist today. Many of the songs on Afrikan Blood are previously unreleased or unreleased stereo mixes by foundation artists like Alton Ellis, The Gaylads, The Wailing Souls and Freddie McGregor.

        As Judah Eskender Tafari sings, “Afrikan Blood keeps on flowing through my veins.”


        Al Campbell & Freddie McGregor - Born A Free Man [Previously Unreleased On LP]
        Rodley Brissett - Justice & Peace [Previously Unreleased On
        Judah Eskender Tafari - Afrikan Blood (Take 2) [Previously Unreleased]
        Lloyd Anderson - The Lion Has Returned (Take 3) [Previously Unreleased] 
        Lloyd & Gerald - Thy Man Look Into Thyself [Previously Unreleased On LP] 
        Dennis Lovelock - King Alpha (Take 2) [Previously Unreleased]
        The Gaylads - I Am Free [Previously Unreleased Stereo Mix]
        Alton Ellis & Zoot Simms - We’re Gonna Climb [Previously Unreleased]
        The Wailing Souls - Hooray (It’s Festival Time) [Previously Unreleased]
        Zoot Simms & Arthur Robinson - Drought [Previously Unreleased Stereo Mix]
        The Viceroys - Rasta Leaves His Footprints (12” Mix) [Previously Unreleased]
        The Willows - Send Another Moses [Previously Unreleased On LP]
        Dudley Sibbley - Love In Our Nation (Take 1) [Previously Unreleased Stereo Mix]
        Larry Marshall - Freedom Song [Previously Unreleased On LP]

        Various Artists

        Sharon Signs To Cherry Red


          School Daze and RPM proudly present a compendium of the demo cassette generation from the early 1980’s, filtered through (principally British) independent women of the post-punk era.

          ‘Sharon Signs To Cherry Red’ began life as the archetypal independent single released on the obscure Lowther International label by archetypal independent act, The Kamikaze Pilots, the review of whom by Danny Kelly in the NME gives us the starting point: “Disturbingly, also from Norwich…comes this plaintive tribute to/assassination of all the earnest misery gobs ever signed to Cherry Red’s roster, with particular reference to the Tracey Thorn pantheon”. What was a gentle mocking of The Marine Girls et al is now the starting point for this meander through the 80s’ underground, a period which enabled more involvement from women in independent music, a slight, if not complete, freeing up of the male-dominated hegemony that had existed before punk. Many of these artists were night-time John Peel session regulars, fighting for daytime coverage in the press, walking the fine line of questioning from the NME (hip young gunslingers asking sexual politics) and Smash Hits (Milton Keynes readers asking which hairspray they used).

          ‘Sharon…’ is but an overview of a fertile time, when the democratization of music through punk had resulted in new viewpoints, talents and perspectives finding their voice. The breadth here is a joy: from the sugary Dorothy (originally on Throbbing Gristle’s Industrial Records) to ex-Dolly Mixture Debsey Wykes’s Coming Up Roses, from the punked scrawl of The Petticoats to the avant funk of Bristol’s Scream & Dance, the one thread all these groups have in common is their fierce independence. That and their XX chromosomes. Some of these recordings are surfacing for the first time on “Sharon Signs To Cherry Red,” while others are from rare 7”s and compilation releases.

          School Daze is a new imprint from the Glasgow-based Night School, focusing on discovering and sharing the past.

          Various Artists

          C86: RSD Double LP Edition


            • Back in May/June 1986, the New Musical Express released one of their regular mail-order cassettes. Reflecting the latest trends in Indie music, C86 was a 22-track cassette which was inspired by the NME’s C81 tape from half a decade earlier.

            • Aside from a few name bands (The Pastels, Primal Scream, the Wedding Present, the Mighty Lemon Drops), most acts were relatively unknown beyond the back pages and gig listings of the weekly music press. A few hadn’t even issued a record!

            • C86 slowly but surely became the NME’s best-selling ever compilation, selling an estimated 40,000 copies and eventually being reissued on LP and cassette by Rough Trade the following year. C86 prompted a week of shows at the ICA and would come to embody a whole musical style and era.

            • C86 is now reissued on vinyl as a deluxe, gatefold sleeved double-LP edition. The music has been re-mastered, with better sound quality due to not being ‘groove crammed’, with picture inner sleeves depicting original artwork and photos and detailed sleeve-notes by C86 compiler Neil Taylor.

            • This long-overdue reissue follows the spectacular acclaim which followed Cherry Red’s 3-CD expanded edition of C86 in 2014.

            • C86 is now widely regarded as catching the birth of a certain type of Indie music…

            UK QUANTITY: 1000

            TRACK LISTING

            DISC: 1
            1: Velocity Girl - Primal Scream
            2: Happy Head - The Mighty Lemon Drops
            3: Pleasantly Surprised - The Soup Dragons
            4: Feeling So Strange Again - The Wolfhounds
            5: Therese - The Bodines
            6: Law - Mighty Mighty
            7: Buffalo - Stump
            8: Run To The Temple - Bogshed
            9: Sharpened Sticks - A Witness
            10: Breaking Lines - The Pastels
            11: From Now On, This Will Be Your God - Age Of Chance
            DISC: 2
            1: It's Up To You - Shop Assistants
            2: Firestation Towers - Close Lobsters
            3: Sport Most Royal - Miaow
            4: I Hate Nerys Hughes (From My Heart) - Half Man Half Biscuit
            5: Transparent - The Servants
            6: Big Jim (There's No Pubs In Heaven) - MacKenzies
            7: New Way (Quick Wash And Brush Up With Liberation Theology) - Big Flame
            8: Console Me - We've Got A Fuzzbox And We're Gonna Use It
            9: Celestial City - McCarthy
            10: Bullfighter's Bones - The Shrubs
            11: This Boy Can Wait (A Bit Longer) - Wedding Present 

            Various Artists

            Classic 45s - 70s Rock


              Record Store Day 2017 exclusive release. The ten specially selected double AA side 7" singles in this box pull together twenty of the biggest and most icon tracks of the golden era of ROCK.

              Forty years later it is inevitably impossible to find mint copies of these great songs on vinyl. Includes Boston, Blue Oyster Cult, Heart, Cheap Track and Lou Reed. Housed in hard slipcase, the ten 7" singles are 'dinked' as juke-box singles and the box includes a 'spider' centre for play.

              TRACK LISTING

              Disc 1: Blue Oyster Cult (Don’t Fear) The Reaper / Santana She’s Not There
              Disc 2: Mountain Mississippi Queen / The Guess Who American Woman
              Disc 3: Boston More Than A Feeling / Argent God Gave Rock And Roll To You
              Disc 4: Iggy & The Stooges Search And Destroy / Patti Smith Because The Night
              Disc 5: Lou Reed Vicious / Family Burlesque
              Disc 6: Mott The Hoople The Golden Age Of Rock N Roll / Ian Hunter Once Bitten Twice Shy
              Disc 7: Ted Nugent Cat Scratch Fever / Kansas Carry On My Wayward Son
              Disc 8: Cheap Trick I Want You To Want Me / Edgar Winter Group Frankenstein
              Disc 9: Ram Jam Black Betty / Heart Barracuda
              Disc 10: Meatloaf Bat Out Of Hell / Toto Hold The Line

              Craig Charles has been a soul & funk fan since his teenage years in Liverpool, going to see local heroes The Real Thing live, and wearing out his shoe leather dancing in the city’s many underground clubs. Craig has been sharing that passion for the music via his 6Music and BBC Radio 2 shows and DJ nights for nearly 20 years. His brand new ‘Trunk Of Funk’ compilation series, blends up-tempo club classics, with fresh music from the cream of the crop from the contemporary soul and funk scene, and will be Craigs very first vinyl release – a beautiful, double vinyl gatefold LP and he’s certainly excited about it, stating; “I can’t wait to bring you big beats, bass lines and booga-bloomin-loo! Presenting The Craig Charles Trunk Of Funk Volume 1 as my first ever vinyl release has put a proper wiggle in my walk!”

              This collection of 21st century disco, soul, funk & afro grooves from includes tracks from contemporary heroes of the scene such as Monophonics, Amp Fiddler and The James Taylor Quartet, it’s also peppered with some old school classics and rare grooves from legends such as Roy Ayers, PP Arnold, Miriam Makeba and Patrice Rushen. Craig has personally selected and sequenced this collection to take the listener of a musical journey, the closest thing to having Craig visit and personally DJ for you in the comfort of your own home! It also includes two ‘Trunk Of Funk Edits’ that are 100% exclusive to this compilation and not available anywhere else.

              STAFF COMMENTS

              says: A rare breed of cross-over celebrity whose managed to keep 100% of his integrity shows off some of his choice funk flexes culled from years behind the decks and radio waves. Tastefully including some lesser-known and leftfield choices, this is a Piccadilly Records approved collection from start to finish. Top marks Craig!

              TRACK LISTING

              1. Soul A Go Go - Soul Messin Allstars Ft Josh Teskey
              2. Superfly (Sam Redmores’ Exclusive ‘Trunk Of Funk’ Edit) - Amp Fiddler Feat Dames Brown
              3. Boogie Down - Roy Ayers
              4. Hold My Hand - Laneous
              5. Pata Pata - Miriam Makeba
              6. African Rhythms - Oneness Of Juju (Exclusive ‘Trunk Of Funk’ Edit)
              7. Medicated Goo - PP Arnold
              8. Take A Shot - The Fantastics! Ft Sulene Fleming
              9. Give Me The Night Ft Xantone Blacq - Juan Laya & Jorge Montiel
              10. Out Of The Ordinary Ft Mike Keat & The Bevvy Sisters – The Republic Of Persevere
              11. Forget Me Nots - Patrice Rushen -
              12. People Get Ready Ft Natalie Williams & Noel McKoy - The James Taylor Quartet
              13. Hangin’ On - Monophonics
              14. The Old Place - Nick Waterhouse
              15. Victory! - Michelle David & The Gospel Sessions
              16. Beggin’ - Magnus Carlson
              17. Telling You Lies Ft Jam Jam - Alex Opal
              18. Help Me Ft Ian Whitelaw - Badge And Talkalot
              19. The Only Difference - Beatchild & The Slakedeliqs
              20. Clap Hands - Honeyfeet

              A1. Soul A Go Go - Soul Messin Allstars Ft Josh Teskey
              A2. Superfly (Sam Redmores’ Exclusive ‘Trunk Of Funk’ Edit) - Amp Fiddler Feat Dames Brown
              A3. Boogie Down - Roy Ayers
              A4. Hold My Hand - Laneous
              A5. Pata Pata - Miriam Makeba
              B1. African Rhythms - Oneness Of Juju (Exclusive ‘Trunk Of Funk’ Edit)
              B2. Medicated Goo - PP Arnold
              B3. Take A Shot - The Fantastics! Ft Sulene Fleming
              B4. Give Me The Night Ft Xantone Blacq - Juan Laya & Jorge Montiel
              B5. Out Of The Ordinary Ft Mike Keat & The Bevvy Sisters – The Republic Of Persevere
              C1. Forget Me Nots - Patrice Rushen -
              C2. People Get Ready Ft Natalie Williams & Noel McKoy - The James Taylor Quartet
              C3. Hangin’ On - Monophonics
              C4. The Old Place - Nick Waterhouse
              C5. Victory! - Michelle David & The Gospel Sessions
              D1. Beggin’ - Magnus Carlson
              D2. Telling You Lies Ft Jam Jam - Alex Opal
              D3. Help Me Ft Ian Whitelaw - Badge And Talkalot
              D4. The Only Difference - Beatchild & The Slakedeliqs
              D5. Clap Hands - Honeyfee

              Various Artists

              The Muppet Movie



                Features four brand new tracks, all of which are appearing on vinyl for the first time!

                Alice Russell hooks up with USA soul legend Darondo for 'Breakdown', a track recently featured on Steven Soderburgh’s Magic Mike.

                Natural Self produces a sublime cover of Electrelane’s 'The Valleys'.

                The Hot 8 Brass Band continue their rich vein of tributes with their version of the Stevie Wonder classic 'All I Do'.

                Plus previously unreleased and completely exclusive 'Enough Now' from 23 year old soul singer and new signing to Tru Thoughts Harleighblu (that’s her real name!)

                LIMITED TO 500 COPIES FOR THE UK

                TRACK LISTING

                A1. Alice Russell - Breakdown (Feat. Darondo)
                A2. Harleighblu - Enough Now
                B1. Hot 8 Brass Band - All I Do
                B2. Natural Self - The Valleys

                Various Artists

                Gross Magic / History Of Apple Pie / Echo Lake / Novella


                  A four-way split featuring the cream of London's vibrant indie scene. The 12" EP, limited to 1000 pressings, includes the acid-fried rock of Gross Magic, the scuzzed-up pop of The History Of Apple Pie, an ethereal, ambient take from Echo Lake and a grunge pop anthem from Novella. This 12" is a repressing of the original sold-out 2011 release.

                  LIMITED TO 500 COPIES IN THE UK

                  TRACK LISTING

                  A1. Gross Magic - Yesterdays
                  A2. The History Of Apple Pie - Tug
                  B1. Echo Lake - Burial At Sea
                  B2. Novella - Santiago

                  Various Artists

                  Reservoir Dogs OST - 20th Anniversary Edition


                    Random Coloured + Numbered

                    Various Artists

                    Pop Yeh Yeh: Psychedelic Rock From Singapore And Malaysia


                      Until now, for some unknown reason, the psychedelic rock movement in Singapore and Malaysia, aka Pop Yeh Yeh, has never been given the worldwide attention it deserves. This compilation -- Pop Yeh Yeh - Psychedelic Rock from Singapore and Malaysia - 1964-1970: Vol. 1 -- is the first of its kind to focus solely on the Malay rock groups of this region. The Pop Yeh Yeh era, which took place roughly between the years of 1964 to 1970, coincided with the rapid modernization happening at the time in Singapore and Malaysia. Sublime Frequencies has already released many incredible compilations from neighboring Indonesia, so it's about time that the Malaysian groups got some attention! Pop Yeh Yeh artists instinctively cross-pollinated electric sounds of the West with Malay melodies, and added their own local poetic voice to the lyrics they wrote -- sung in Malay (and sometimes Bawean). The Pop Yeh Yeh musicians started out playing in styles inspired by Western groups like the Beatles and Cliff Richard, but they eventually succeeded in creating a sound all their own -- a sound that is not only accessible to the Western ear, but also retains an undeniable Malay personality. Nearly eight years in the making, this compilation was exhaustively researched and compiled by Carl Hamm and features 26 classic tracks of the very best bands and singers from Singapore and Malaysia's Pop Yeh Yeh era, including M. Osman, Orkes Nirwana, Adnan Othman, A. Halim, Roziah Latiff, and the Jayhawkers, J. Sham, Hasnah Haron, Zaleha Hamid, and many more. This 2LP deluxe edition comes in a gorgeous heavy-duty gatefold jacket with a full-size 12-page full-color booklet packed with insanely extensive liner-notes including band/artist bios, an overview of the era, translated lyrics, and plenty of rare photos taken from vintage magazines, album covers, and the artists' own personal collections.

                      TRACK LISTING

                      1. Adnan Othman & The Rythmn Boys - Budi Bahasa
                      2. M. Osman & Orkes Nirwana - Kisah Disampang
                      3. Roziah Latiff And The Jayhawkers - Aku Kechewa
                      4. Fatimah Amin & The Clans - Oh Teruna
                      5. Afida Es & The Siglap Boys - Jangan Goda
                      6. Raja Ahmad & Dendang Irama - Oh Ya Ya
                      7. M. Said & Les Remaja - Temasha Ria
                      8. Fabians Boys (feat. Halipah) - Bersiar Siar
                      9. M. Osman & Les Fentones – Dara
                      10. Azizah Mohamed & Orkes Nirwana - Syurga Idaman
                      11. Halim "Janda-Ku" Yatim & The Sangam Boys - Jauh Pandangan
                      12. Zaleha Hamid & The Black Cats - Nelayan Bersampan 13. A Ramlie & The Rythmn Boys - Kasih Tak Sudah
                      14. Salim I & The Wisma - Bersiar Di Taman Hiboran
                      15. A. Rahman Hassan & Orkes Nirwana - Bimbang
                      16. M Rahmat & The Teruna - Mula Bertemu
                      17. Adnan Othman & The Wanderers – Revolusi
                      18. Nur Azilah & Desa Bersaudara - Ayah? Kini Ku Bercinta 19. A. Halim & De'Fictions - Kembali Lagi
                      20. Siti Zaiton & The Twilite - Rindu
                      21. Zaleha Hamid & Orkes Zindegi – Bertemasha
                      22. Noor Hamza & Band Mesra - Sidia Siapa
                      23. J. Sham & The Wanderers - Surat Ku Untuk Mu
                      24. A. Halim & De'Fictions - Kan Hilang Nanti
                      25. A. Rahman Hassan & Orkes Nirwana - Tak Mengapa
                      26. Hasnah Haron & The Spiritual 70s - Bintang Pujaan

                      Various Artists

                      South Side Story Vol. 23


                        For the lowriders, the souleros, or just anyone with a still-working CD player in their hooptie and a penchant for driving with even a slight gangster lean. Numero pays tribute to the aftermarket sounds of “sweet” soul music still emanating from the West coast, or East Side, depending on your perspective. Inspired by, and paying tribute to the countless cruising compilations, legitimate and (mostly) otherwise, that provide the soundtrack for lowrider and soulero culture, South Side Story is the latest in the Numbero line of takes its aesthetics from the timeless East Side Story series, and its music from Chicago soul groups (mostly, of course, from our mythic South Side). Included here are songs that are completely unreleased, others that are never before issued other than in minuscule pressings on 45, and a few chrome-coated classics, already seen on scads of flash-in-the-pan boots. The Numero Group’s crack team of researchers cut loose on the city of Chicago to assemble the perfect lowriding companion, and the results are unparalleled. From high school rivals The Si-Berians and The Intentions, who both feature their sole recordings here, to unheard material from the original Calvin Harris, to the elite Latino ensemble known as The Mystics, to the missing link in “sweet-as-sugar” Renaldo Domino’s lonely post-Twinight recording, this dazzling collection slices out a delectable cross-section of the city’s sweetest sounds. 13 perfect “souldies” as they are occasionally called, allowing you to throw away any of your many volumes of Gangster Soul Harmony, Lost Soul Oldies, East Side Story, Hood Dreams, Shady Side of Town (or any of the thousands of other similar iterations)

                        TRACK LISTING

                        1. The Si-Berians - This Is The Ending Of Our Love
                        2. The Mystics - That’s The Kind Of Love
                        3. Renaldo Domino - I’ll Get You Back
                        4. The Notations - I’m Still Here
                        5. Harlem Meat Company - I’m Not Gonna Be Anybody’s Fool
                        6. Calvin Harris - It Ain’t Fair
                        7. The Notations - I Don’t Wanna Be Late
                        8. Brand New Faces - I Don’t Wanna Cry
                        9. The New Day - Wait A Minute
                        10. The Final Solution - Gotta Get Through To You (CD Only Bonus Track)
                        11. Young Souls - Puppet On A String
                        12. Donnell Pitmann - You Hurt Me
                        13. The Intentions - Blowing With The Wind

                        Various Artists

                        Sun Records - Flyin' Saucers Rock N Roll


                          Four of Sun Records' biggest names on one superb EP highlighting the label's finest Rockabilly cuts. Featuring Billy Riley's clarion call 'Flyin' Saucers Rock'n'Roll' together with Carl Perkins' hipster anthem 'Put Your Cat Clothes On', the EP also features an alternate version of Jerry Lee Lewis' 'Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee' and Warren Smith's magnificent 'Red Cadillac And A Black Moustache'. All four tracks came to prominence during the mid-70s European Rock'n'Roll revival.

                          TRACK LISTING

                          1. Billy Lee Riley - Flyin' Saucers Rock 'N' Roll
                          2. Carl Perkins - Put Your Cat Clothes On
                          3. Jerry Lee Lewis - Drinkin' Wine Sop-Dee-O-Dee
                          4. Warren Smith - Red Cadillac And A Black Moustache

                          Various Artists

                          The Rough Guide To Latin Rare Groove (Volume 1)


                            This is a 180 gram limited edition LP and includes a FREE download card allowing you to download the full album with bonus tracks.

                            TRACK LISTING

                            Nelson Y Sus Estrellas - Aguardiente Y Pollo
                            Federico Y Su Combo Latino - Todo El Mundo
                            Mario Allison Y Su Combo - Bamba Curé
                            Los Kenya - Esa Mujer
                            Gilberto Sextet - Do You Want To Be Free
                            Piper Pimienta Y Su Orquesta - Pensamiento
                            Spanglish Fly - My Shingaling Boy
                            Los Po - Boy
                            Citos - Estelita’s Boogaloo
                            Rumba Caliente - Papa Was A Rolling Stone
                            Rumba Caliente - Papa Fue
                            Ray Lugo - Yo Lo Que Quiero Es Vacilar

                            Various Artists

                            The New Testament

                              Sick of wimpy indie kids prodding limply at pedal boards? Into hard drugs and cannibalism? Wanna punch a cop? Well kids we’ve got the record for you! Dirty Water Records have corralled 6 of the most rabid and dangerous rock ’n’ roll bands currently stalking the planet onto one piece of bubbling wax and let em off the leash!! From the blistering opening riffs of Up All Night to the thunderous wah-wah burn out of Too High To Die, this mother pumps like a two dollar hooker in a KFC parking lot!! A 12 pack of extra crispy RnR tunes fills out this disk of delinquency, with each group frying up one unreleased track and one old favourite.

                              Thus these prophets of thee party provide both a banquet of new and strange delights and a guaranteed recipe for all night partying and vandalism!! Yes that’s right pilgrim! This is a doctrine for the new world order! And no matter where you dig that underground bunker there’s no escaping the new rock ’n’ roll gospel cause these zealots come from all over pal!! From fromage fried France: LES LULLIES!! From sangria-soaked Spain: NAVE NODRIZA!! From jungle jivin’ Japan: THE FADEAWAYS!! From prozac usin’ USA: BLACK MAMBAS!! From nuclear New Zealand via lugubrious London: THE CAVEMEN!! And from maniacal Mars: The SCANERS!! Yep! Like it or not this sonic pestilence has gone global so do yourself a favour: grab a six-pack, pick yourself up a copy and study it like the bible cause this is the NEW TESTAMENT baby and the end times are near!! 

                              TRACK LISTING

                              1 Black Mambas - Up All Night
                              2 The Cavemen - My Baby Knows
                              3 The Scaners - No Place In Space (speed Version)
                              4 The Fadeaways - I'm Useless
                              5 Les Lullies - You're Doing Wrong
                              6 Nave Nodriza – Destrúyete
                              7 Les Lullies - What You're Doing
                              8 Nave Nodriza – Muérete
                              9 The Fadeaways - Nowhere To Hide
                              10 The Scaners - UFO Crash
                              11 Black Mambas - Baby I'll Give It To You
                              12 The Cavemen - Too High To Die

                              Here is INDEX:007 by Ike, featuring two original compositions and a remix by GOD69.

                              The A Side: lazuline blueness, with perforations of laser lemon
                              (pressed at 45rpm, it complements percussive electro textures, that intricately mesh into sub-flecked breakbeat arrangements)

                              The B side: a cameo of pale pink, with roasted umber tones
                              (pressed at 33rpm, it accompanies acidic electro wobbles, accessorised by futuristic drum patterns).

                              TRACK LISTING

                              Seven & Seventeen 
                              Kiwami Formed 
                              Seven & Seventeen (GOD69's 7+17=24, 2+4=6⋮⋮⋱9 Mix) 

                              Various Artist

                              Cold Waves & Minimal Electronics Vol 1

                                "Cold Waves & Minimal Electronics Vol 1" chronicles the secret underground cult genres of cold wave and minimal wave, which originated in continental Europe between the years 1981-1985.

                                Active largely in small towns and isolated, non-metropolitan areas of France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, and The Netherlands, the first wave of minimal electronic groups successfully combined the sounds of the German electronic bands of the 60s and 70s (Amon Duul, Neu, Faust, Can) with the seminal early industrial bands largely active in the UK (Throbbing Gristle, SPK, Cabaret Voltaire) to produce a new form of electro-pop that went on to be crucially influential on European and American pop and dance music of the late 80s and early 90s (Italo, new beat, EBM).

                                Angular have made it their mission to search high and low to unearth the greatest gems of this synth sound in order to make a definitive retrospective artefact of the lost genre of music known as cold wave. And so between two people, two years of solid research and love of an exceptional, underground scene, this unique collection was born. The compilation contains songs that have only been available up to now on ultra rare 7”s, lost radio sessions and cassette tapes, and is finally here to teach us all a thing or two about the history of electronic music the world over.


                                The now legendary Beck, Song Reader - twenty Beck compositions previously released exclusively as stunningly illustrated sheet music in partnership with McSweeney’s - receives a long awaited traditional release when Warby Parker/Capitol Records issues the Beck Song Reader compilation album, produced by Beck and Randall Poster, known for his music supervision work with directors Wes Anderson, Martin Scorsese, Sam Mendes and many others. Warby Parker will commemorate the release of Song Reader by reissuing limited-edition Carmichael frames created in collaboration with Beck, this time in Black Cherry—as well as a new edition of the Song Reader book, featuring two new prints from artist Marcel Dzama.

                                The 20-track all-star collection features exclusively recorded versions of Song Reader charts by the likes of Jack White, Jeff Tweedy, David Johansen, Jason Isbell, Fun., Eleanor Friedberger, and several more including Beck himself.

                                The Warby Parker release of Beck Song Reader marks the first officially recorded incarnation of the project, which has already inspired interpretations from hundreds of musicians the world over. The record includes the studio-quality debut of songs previously only played live either by Beck himself or at one of the handful of Song Reader concerts staged over the last two years. The most recent of these was presented by the L.A. Philharmonic in partnership with McSweeney’s and Warby Parker at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles on November 24, 2013. Described by The Los Angeles Times as an “expertly delivered and received night… another big step in Beck's long, fascinating evolution,” the show’s highlights included Jarvis Cocker’s interpretively danced “Why Did You Make Me Care?" and Jack Black’s borderline frightening “We All Wear Cloaks,” the latter of which makes its recorded debut on the Beck Song Reader album.

                                TRACK LISTING

                                1. Moses Sumney Title Of This Song
                                2. Fun Please Leave A Light On When You Go
                                3. Tweedy The Wolf Is On The Hill
                                4. Norah Jones Just Noise
                                5. Lord Huron Last Night You Were A Dream
                                6. Bob Forest Saint Dude
                                7. Jack White I’m Down
                                8. Beck Heaven’s Ladder
                                9. Juanes Don’t Act Like Your Heart Isn’t Hard
                                10. Laura Marling Sorry
                                11. Jarvis Cocker Eyes That Say “I Love You”
                                12. David Johansen Rough On Rats
                                13. Jason Isbell Now That Your Dollar Bills Have Sprouted Wings
                                14. The Last Polka Marc Ribot
                                15. Eleanor Friedberger Old Shanghai
                                16. Sparks Why Did You Make Me Care?

                                Various Artists / David Shrigley

                                Worried Noodles

                                  'I didn't make a record. I couldn't be bothered to make a record. It would have been too difficult. It was easier not to make a record.' So says cult artist David Shrigley of the original "Worried Noodles", a lyric book from 2006. Formatted in glorious 12" format, the one missing element was music. Now, a selection of stellar musicians including David Byrne, Franz Ferdinand, Hot Chip, Deerhoof, Liars, TV On The Radio and Final Fantasy have endeavoured to finish the job, turning Shrigley's lyrics into fully-fledged songs, exclusively available on this album. The result - titled "Worried Noodles" after the original songbook - is a unique and unprecedented marriage of art and music, and one of the year's finest compilations.

                                  The followup to Light In The Attic’s game-changing I Am The Center box set is finally here....

                                  Three years in the making, The Microcosm: Visionary Music Of Continental Europe, 1970-1986 is the first major overview of key works from cosmically-taped in artists needing little introduction — Vangelis, Ash Ra Tempel, and Popol Vuh — and and unknown masterpieces by criminally overlooked heroes like Bernard Xolotl, Robert Julian Horky and Enno Velthuys...

                                  Whereas I Am The Center called for a reconsideration of an entire maligned genre, The Microcosm requests nothing more than an open mind to consider this ambient, new age, neuzeit, prog, krautrock, cosmic, holistic stuff, whatever one calls it — as a pulsating movement unto itself, a mirror refracting the American new age scene in unexpected, electrifying ways, proving beyond a shadow of a doubt the universality of the timeless quest to express “the Ineffable” through music.

                                  Drawing from major label budgets and homemade cassette distributed circumstances alike, The Microcosm demonstrates a depth of peace profound to behold, and clearly expands the boundaries. Lovingly conceived and lavishly presented by producer Douglas Mcgowan (Yoga Records) and liner notes contributor Jason Patrick Woodbury (Pitchfork, Aquarium Drunkard), The Microcosm features stunning cover paintings by Étienne Trouvelot, and labels by Finnish savant Aleksanda Ionowa.

                                  STAFF COMMENTS

                                  says: Chakras fully aligned after their expansive introduction to America's new age movement, 'I Am The Center', Light In The Attic hop across the pond to explore the cosmic vibrations and healing frequencies of Europe's spirit guides. Floating through German kosmische, Italian ambient and prog Français, '(The Microcosm)' resonates deep within your soul, courses through your body and opens your mind wider than an orgonite overdose.

                                  TRACK LISTING

                                  1. Vangelis - Creation Du Monde
                                  2. Ralph Lundsten - Bön 5 - Förlåt Oss Våra Skulder (Prayer 5 - Forgive Us Our Debts)
                                  3. Ash Ra Tempel - Le Sourire Volé
                                  4. Popol Vuh - Brüder Des Schattens - Söhne Des Lichts (abridged)
                                  5. Ariel Kalma - Orguitar Soir
                                  6. Bernard Xolotl - Cometary Wailing (Valley Plateau)
                                  7. Peter Michael Hamel - Einklang
                                  8. Francesco Messina - Untitled
                                  9. Roedelius - Wenn Der Südwind Weht
                                  10. Deutsche Wertarbeit - Der Grosse Atem
                                  11. Robert Julian Horky - Dance For A Warrior
                                  12. Karl Schaffner & Lothar Grimm - Caravan
                                  13. Suzanne Doucet & Christian Buehner - Shivas Dance
                                  14. Enno Velthuys - Morning Glory
                                  15. Deuter - Spirales
                                  16. Gigi Masin - Ship Beetel 

                                  If you have a tendency towards circuit fried electronix, biting acid and dreamy hardware jams then surely Suction records and their roster of impressive artists is already on your radar. You might not have come across Massage Brain Cult yet though, as this is their first release!

                                  Written and produced by BOT1500, D'Arcangelo, Mause, Jessica Walrus, fxbip & Velum break, "√∆1 (Massage Brain Cult)" is the first various artist compilation showcasing the emerging sounds from this independent label.

                                  BOT1500 kicks things off in earnest with the 160BPM acid techno cruise missile - "Rave_5.1". Suction regular D'Archangelo follows up with a slower but intricately detailed glitchy / house number, "1112"; while Fxbip's "Equinox" is a stuttered, star-aligned electro smash to complete side A.

                                  Side B opens with Jessica Walrus' "Peachy Soundmask89" - a quirky, half tempo cornish acid number that frequently slips itself into headsplitting drill'n'bass business - AFX would be proud! Mause keeps the same spirit of '93 alive with the xtc-flavoured prog acid stadium filler - "Ultralife Zprit" while Velum Break concludes this ridiculously strong collection with "Apple Galleon". A dark and sinister track full of programmed, snappy breakbeats and some clever synthesizer work - a piece that could incidentally come out of Keith Tenniswood's Radioactive Man catalogue - and who has infact mastered the entire record down at Curve Pusher.

                                  If you're lookin' for summat trippy, wild and rawkus, with a shed of load of electronic goodness throughout - then "√∆1" is 4 U!

                                  STAFF COMMENTS

                                  says: Breathtaking new movements from the hardware scuzz underground! "Massage Brain Cult" should keep fans of RX-101, AFX, Squarepusher and Ceefax more than happy as they roll out their own unique blend of (Piccadilly-coined), 'CORNISH ACID'!!!

                                  TRACK LISTING

                                  A1. BOT1500 - Rave_5.1
                                  A2 D´Arcangelo -1112
                                  A3. Fxbip - Equinox
                                  B1. Jessica Walrus - Peachy Soundmask89
                                  B2. Mause - Ultralife Zprit
                                  B3. Velum Break - Apple Galleon

                                  As we continue our ever long winded hiatus from the dancefloor, we are happy to welcome a new group of producers to the label in the form of 00:AM’s fourth various artists compilation. Certainly not the only way we expected to come together this year, but we’re grateful to be able to cultivate another 12” to share with the world.

                                  Across the A Side, we are joined by three artists who we’ve had the pleasure of hosting and playing with in Montreal over the past couple years. Alfredo92 of the Axces crew in Copenhagen presents ‘Tente Hjul’ which gets the remix treatment from Mr. ACTION SHADOW himself, Fett Burger. The result in something distinctly mechanical but not without a human pulse and a tear jerking conclusion. Fantastic Man then puts his own psychedelic twist on the hardcore continuum, taking the beautiful palette of his recent LP on Mule Musiq to the brink of insanity with ‘On Tha Run’.

                                  On the B side we find two new friends to 00:AM. We have a mandatory “minimum of 1 ESB tune gets played a night” policy round these parts, and so its truly a pleasure to release his ‘Sequential Dub’. Nothing less than a future classic, it’s dubby and understated, but a little quicker than you think. And finally, its a pleasure to introduce 2wo2imes, who delivers ‘Immune’ a deep and driving excursion into the wormhole.

                                  It’s a weird world, we miss you all, but we’ll keep doing what we know best, releasing and enjoying the music that moves us - no matter the time or place. 

                                  TRACK LISTING

                                  A1. Alfredo92 - Tente Hjul (DJ Fett Birger S XB3711 F3 Remix)
                                  A2. Fantastic Man - On Tha Run
                                  B1. ESB - Sequential Dub
                                  B2. 2wo2imes - Immune

                                  Various Artists

                                  10 Minutes To Ogikubo Station - A Gathering Of Independent Music Videos

                                    Classic videos from the Asian Man stable all gathered together on this one tape. Promo clips from the likes of MU330, Alkaline Trio, Blue Meanies, Korea Girl, Slow Gherkin, Lawrence Arms, Link 80, Honor System, Slapstick, The Chinkees and more. Also included is bonus live footage from Skankin Pickle, Alkaline Trio and Bruce Lee Band (featuring Mike Park and Less Than Jake).

                                    It's the end of a busy and stressful year for Sheffield / Liverpool electronic pioneers, Black Beacon Sound. Having released a 7" every month for the whole of 2017 (or thereabouts), with each one being released digitally, with extra content (and each one featuring a remix by an undeniably talented producer), they have decided to make all of these superb remixes available on a drool-inducingly beautiful double 12" emblazoned with their eye-catching and iconic logo and sleeve design. 

                                    It's a beautiful package in itself, but focusing on that is obviously doing an injustice to the superb work put in by all the producers to create this mindblowing excercise in cohabitational production and community-minded collaboration. 

                                    We kick things off with the glitched hip-hop aestetics and stoner haze of the Mad Wash rework of Zen The Sharpshooters' 'Every Lil' Bit', bringing the hot-boxed haze and relaxing the muscles before The Fire Beneath The Sea's 'Error Correction' sees a pitch-bent funked-out remix, grounded with insistent shuffled hi-hats and wah'd out guitars, before the legendary Galactic Funk Milita's festival vibe is chopped into a syncopated latin stomp for a rubberlips rework. 

                                    On the flipside, David J Boswell's haunting electro-folk goes full dubstep in the more than capable hands of the forward-facing electronic euphorics of Liverpool electronic virtuoso, Afternaut before Denham Audio bring forth a clattering industrial fractalisation of Hang Syem's 'Frontier J'. 

                                    The following track is possibly my favourite on the compilation (but with enough material on here to keep even the most diverse of tastes more than happy, I expect yours will be different), and comes from Sheffield wunderkind, Yak. Snappy percussion and perfectly measured electronic stabs bring a disphoric syncopation to the already excellent 'Wicked Sound' by Grievous Angel. 

                                    Onto the final side now, (the last being blank for you to admire the gorgous sky-blue marbling) and R. Lyle takes Apta's 'Tides' and breaks it down into a simmering futuristic haze of reversed reverbs and hazy throbs, before the arshaw remix of my personal favourite release of the lot, in Bemp's 'Minotaur', culminating in a psychedelic propulsive stomper, courtesy of the aforementioned Yak and YAKONA. A match made in heaven. 

                                    STAFF COMMENTS

                                    says: Black Beacon have culminated their journey in a fittingly epic and ridiculously efficacious summary of their dedication to the independent music industry with this stunning double LP. A journey in every sense of the word, and a superb flipside to their already mindblowing releases.

                                    TRACK LISTING

                                    1. A1. Every Lil' Bit (Mad Wash Refixture)
                                    2. A2. Error Correction (atdhe Remix)
                                    3. A3. Dance Floor Grinder (Rubberlips Remix)
                                    4. B1. No Colours (Afternaut Remix)
                                    5. B2. Frontier J (Denham Audio Remix)
                                    6. B3. Wicked Sound (Yak Remix)
                                    7. C1. Tides (R. Lyle Remix)
                                    8. C2. Minotaur (Arshaw Remix)
                                    9. C3. Viggy (YAKONA Remix)

                                    Various Artists

                                    15 Years Of Hudd Traxx - Now & Then Part 1

                                      Celebrating a determined and ambitious 15 year tenure as Yorkshire’s chief
                                      bastion of deep house music, Hudd Trax enlist a who’s who from their gilded
                                      halls to contribute tunes for a special anniversary release. Split across two vinyl parts and an expansive digital release, it’s a pretty prestigious occasion featuring dance music legends Nightmares On Wax & Jovonn, long term label stalwarts Iron Curtis & JT Donaldson, and of course a track from label head Eddie Leader himself. Adding to the already weighty credentials are Agnès (releasing his first material since 2013), Berlin-via-Italy production duo Black Loops and, representing a new generation of signings for the label, Columbian producers DFRA and No Different.

                                      15 years on and we’re still drunk with excitement! Our roster’s expanded
                                      and sounds have evolved but that hedonistic house spirit is still our teacher!
                                      Here’s to another fifteen years, thanks to everyone who’s supported us along the way!

                                      TRACK LISTING

                                      Black Loops - Forster Funk
                                      Nightmares On Wax - Authorpe Road
                                      Jovonn - The Avenue Brooklyn Bounce
                                      Eddie Leader - Fade Away

                                      Various Artists

                                      15 Years Of Hudd Traxx - Now & Then Part 2

                                        Celebrating a determined and ambitious 15 year tenure as Yorkshire’s chief
                                        bastion of deep house music, Hudd Trax enlist a who’s who from their gilded
                                        halls to contribute tunes for a special anniversary release. Split across two vinyl parts and an expansive digital release, it’s a pretty prestigious occasion featuring dance music legends Nightmares On Wax & Jovonn, long term label stalwarts Iron Curtis & JT Donaldson, and of course a track from label head Eddie Leader himself. Adding to the already weighty credentials are Agnès (releasing his first material since 2013), Berlin-via-Italy production duo Black Loops and, representing a new generation of signings for the label, Columbian producers DFRA and No Different.

                                        15 years on and we’re still drunk with excitement! Our roster’s expanded
                                        and sounds have evolved but that hedonistic house spirit is still our teacher!
                                        Here’s to another fifteen years, thanks to everyone who’s supported us along the way!

                                        TRACK LISTING

                                        Mark Hawkins - Chasing Paper
                                        Iron Curtis - Kerri On (Chandelier Dub)
                                        Agnès - Embryonic Connections
                                        Iron Curtis - Kerri On (Chandelier Dub)

                                        Various Artists

                                        1991: The Year Punk Broke

                                          2011 marks the 20th Anniversary of '1991: The Year Punk Broke', a pivotal film centred around the lives and experiences of avant-garde music pioneers Sonic Youth during their 1991 European club and festival tour. The film documents their headline tour as they introduced a new breed of bands who were all on the verge of taking on the world and forever changing the course of music.

                                          Featuring Nirvana, The Ramones, Dinosaur Jr., Babes In Toyland and Gumball. It was filmed just prior to the release of Nirvana's 'Nevermind' in 1991 - includes the last footage of Nirvana before the band's meteoric success. Including them performing 'Smells Like Teen Spirit','Polly', 'Negative Creep' and a very rare and unseen performance of 'In Bloom'.

                                          Packed with 65 minutes of unseen bonus material.

                                          All footage has been fully restored with audio re-synced and re-mastered in uncompressed PCM stereo.

                                          Various Artists

                                          1998-2003 Reflections Sampler

                                            Music that has passion and spirit. Featuring key cutting edge bands in hardcore such as American Nightmare, Count Me Out, Sworn In and I Defy.

                                            Various Artists

                                            20 Years Of Dischord

                                              Superb box set from Dischord Records, originally due for release to mark their 20th anniversary in 2000, it ended up taking a little while longer to get together! CDs one and two feature 50 tracks, one from each band on the label. The third CD contains 21 unreleased tracks from the likes of Minor Threat, Fugazi, Teen Idles, Scream, Govt. Issue. Also includes an interview from 1981 with various DC band members and an enhanced section with live footage of The Teen Idles, Untouchables, SOA, Faith, Void and Deadline. There's also a great 134-page booklet, with an overview of the label written by Henry Rollins and loads of rare band pics. An absolutely superb, must-have box set from this legendary and massively influential label.

                                              TRACK LISTING

                                              1.1 The Teen Idles- Get Up And Go 1.2 The Untouchables- Nic Fit 1.3 State Of Alert- Public Defender 1.4 Minor Threat- Screaming At A Wall 1.5 Void- Dehumanized 1.6 Youth Brigade- Barbed Wire 1.7 Government Issue- Rock & Roll Bullshit 1.8 Scream- Fight / American Justice 1.9 Iron Cross- Live For Now 1.10 Red C- Pressure's On 1.11 Deadline- Stolen Youth 1.12 Artificial Peace- Suburban Wasteland 1.13 Faith- Subject To Change 1.14 Skewbald- Sorry / Change For The Same 1.15 Marginal Man- Missing Rungs 1.16 Gray Matter- Oscar's Eye 1.17 Rites Of Spring- Drink Deep 1.18 Beefeater- Just Things 1.19 The Snakes- Snake Rap 1.20 Dag Nasty- Circles 1.21 Embrace- Money 1.22 Soulside- Punch The Geek 1.23 Egg Hunt- We All Fall Down 1.24 One Last Wish- This Time 1.25 Fire Party- Cake 1.26 Ignition- Rebuilding 1.27 Three- Domino Days 1.28 Shudder To Think- Red House 1.29 Happy Go Licky- Twist And Shout

                                              2.1 Fugazi- Blueprint 2.2 Lungfish- Friend To Friend In Endtime 2.3 Fidelity Jones- Destructor 2.4 The Nation Of Ulysses- Spectra Sonic Sound 2.5 Holy Rollers- Perfect Sleeper 2.6 Jawbox- Motorist 2.7 Severin- People Are Wrong 2.8 The High-Back Chairs- Summer 2.9 Autoclave- I'll Take You Down 2.10 Circus Lupus- Pop Man 2.11 Branch Manager- Mr. Weekend 2.12 Slant 6- What Kind Of Monster Are You? 2.13 Hoover- Cable 2.14 Trusty- Goodbye, Dr. Fate 2.15 Smart Went Crazy- A Good Day 2.16 The Crownhate Ruin- Piss Alley 2.17 The Warmers- Poked It With A Stick 2.18 The Make-Up- They Live By Night 2.19 Bluetip- Castanet 2.20 Faraquet- Cut Self Not 2.21 Q And Not U- Hooray For Humans Unreleased & Rare

                                              3.1The Teen Idles- Get Up And Go 3. 2The Teen Idles- Deadhead 3.3 The Untouchables- Stepping Stone 3.4 State Of Alert- Draw Blank 3.5 Minor Threat- Straight Edge (Live) 3.6 Minor Threat- Understand 3.7 Government Issue- Snubbing 3.8 Government Issue- Asshole With Ian 3.9 Minor Threat- Asshole Dub 3.10 Youth Brigade- I Object 3.11Rozzlyn Rangers- Rozzlyn Rangers 3.12 Void- Black, Jewish And Poor 3.13 Void- Authority (Takes 1 And 2) 3.14 Scream- Search For Employment 3.15 Deadline- No Revolution 3.16 Faith- No Choice 3.17 Marginal Man- Manipulator 3.18 Dag Nasty- All Ages Show (Rare) 3.19 Fugazi- The Word 3.20 Fugazi- Burning (Live) 3.21 Shudder To Think- Drop Dead Don't Blink 3.22 Circus Lupus- We Are The One (Rare) 3.23 Slant 6- Are You Human? 3.24 Ian MacKaye- Interview Enhanced Content Deadline- Outside The Law (Live) [video] . Faith- You're X'd (Live) [video] . State Of Alert- Draw Blank (Live) [video] The Teen Idles- [untitled] (Live) [video] . The Untouchables- If The Kids Are United (Live) [video]. Void- Who Are You (Live) [video]

                                              Various Artists

                                              20 Years Of Fabric

                                                Using the platforms of fabric and FABRICLIVE that the London club has nurtured over the past 20 years, fabric Records presents the past and future with 20 artists across 20 original tracks made especially for this release, for the 20th Anniversary celebration of the beating heart of EC1.

                                                fabric is widely acknowledged to have long supported the underground London house and techno scene. The breadth of talent here displays the far-reaching arms of the night that includes the the melodic techno of Nina Kraviz, the shuddering electro of Steffi and evolving experimental house of Margaret Dygas. New resident IMOGEN drives darko techno whilst Marcel Dettmann’s is a classic late-night sound. Houndstooth’s Call Super takes things down a deep melodic notch and Maya Jane Coles steps up with a playful slice of house. British dance music pioneer Sasha closes out on a euphoric high with layers of building vocal and melody.

                                                FABRICLIVE represents the finest in dubstep, drum n bass, jungle, breaks and experimental beats. Houndstooth’s Special Request opens in trademark jungle style leading on to drum & bass luminaries Source Direct and J Majik. Shackleton and Pinch & Trim started playing the club during the birth of the UK dubstep scene and give a taste of the evolution of bass music. Daniel Avery and B.Traits show off their dancefloor versatility, while Rupture founder Mantra plants a flag for London’s vibrant musical future. Closing are two of the club’s longest associates Groove Armada and original resident James Lavelle as UNKLE.

                                                TRACK LISTING

                                                ‘Fabric’ (LP1 And CD Disc 1)
                                                Nina Kraviz - Da
                                                Steffi - Ankertje
                                                IMOGEN - Bizant
                                                Marcel Dettmann - Taste 2.0
                                                Cassy - Joey
                                                Anastasia Kristensen - Go Getter
                                                Margaret Dygas - Zeitgeist
                                                Call Super - Echothread
                                                Maya Jane Coles - Reason
                                                Sasha - Comet Chaser

                                                ‘FABRICLIVE’ (LP2 And CD Disc 2)

                                                Special Request - Codename
                                                Turbo Nutter
                                                Source Direct - Vigilante
                                                J. Majik - The Lost Tribe
                                                Shackleton - Drawn And
                                                Pinch & Trim - That Wasn't It
                                                Daniel Avery - Whilst We've Got
                                                Metal In Our Blood
                                                Mantra - Embers
                                                B.Traits - Mameya
                                                Groove Armada - Wesley
                                                UNKLE - Catch Me When I Fall
                                                (fabric Club Mix)

                                                Various Artists

                                                24 Hour Party People

                                                The second release on Passive Aggressive Tapes is a compilation of the year's hottest trance anth... Erm, I mean, the return of Transpire, Bliss (the one that remixed for Denkitribe), C.T.A.N, and a former member of The New Post Colonials. Transpire experiment with techno which descends into chaotic drones on "Conscious Headshot". The two Bliss tunes explore dark minimalism with tinges of hope for something brighter. Hyrax delivers a hard hitting chainsaw-to-the-soul piece of noise music. The soothing, reverb-coated vocals and guitar on "Standard Carousel" drive you into the abstract world of Circa Cologne. And last but not least, C.D.T.M blur the genre lines with a dark piece of experimental techno which evaporates into deep drones, sour synths and choppy breaks.

                                                STAFF COMMENTS

                                                says: Excellent DIY tape comp of some hi-end audio abuse. Combined with ghosts of warehouse parties from the past, this is brilliant post-rave music, sitting beside labels like Death Of Rave and Blackest Ever Black. Great stuff.

                                                TRACK LISTING

                                                Passive Side:
                                                1. Transpire - Concious Headshot
                                                2. Bliss - Artificial Window
                                                3. Hyrax - Don't Tell Me I'm Good

                                                Aggreesive Side:
                                                1. Bliss - Ambience (CTAN Mix)
                                                2. Circa Cologne - Standard Carousel
                                                3. CDTM - Problems (Revisited)

                                                Various Artists

                                                4 Vini - Forever Young

                                                  This compilation has been put together by in memory of Botchit label boss Vini Medley, who died of a brain tumor in 2000. All the artists involved have given one exclusive track each. Includes Atomic Hooligan, Rennie Pigrem, Backdraft, Uncouth Youth etc.

                                                  File Under: Annual label showcase featuring the latest 12” single highlights by Marcel Dettmann, Atoms For Peace, Cosmin TRG, Benjamin Damage, Phon.o, Bambounou and more, as well as 2 additional unreleased exclusive bonus tracks by Truncate and datei42.

                                                  The vinyl version features mostly out of print titles, plus 2 the unreleased exclusive bonus tracks by Truncate and datei42. 2012 was 50 Weapons most successful year so far. Voted as the number 1 label of the year by XLR8R (USA), number 2 label of the year by the readers of De:Bug (Germany) and ranked in the Top 10 of Top Labels 2012 by Resident Advisor (UK), amongst listenings in many other “Best Of The Year” categories in media around the world, never before has the label gained so much attention.

                                                  “50 Weapons of Choice # 30-39” aims to present some of the 12” single highlights of the past months in a cohesive manner. Label regulars Cosmin TRG, Phon.o, Anstam, Bambounou, Dark Sky, Addison Groove, Benjamin Damage, Marcel Dettmann are accompanied by A Made Up Sound and Thom Yorke-led group Atoms For Peace.

                                                  On the series' fourth installment of the series two new guests contribute exclusive bonus tracks: US techno veteran Truncate and mysterious Berlin based youngster duo datei42. Dive into the colourful worlds of 50 Weapons with this action packed adventure tale!

                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                  1. Dark Sky - Shutter Speed
                                                  2. Phon.o - Schn33
                                                  3. Addison Groove - I Go Boom
                                                  4. Bambounou - Deepstaria
                                                  5. Atoms For Peace - Other Side (Stuck Together Remix)
                                                  6. Anstam - Feed The Pigs
                                                  7. A Made Up Sound – Malfunction (Despair)
                                                  8. Cosmin TRG - Sommer
                                                  9. Marcel Dettmann - Linux
                                                  10. Benjamin Damage - Swarm
                                                  11. Datei42 - They Explore Themselves
                                                  12. Truncate - Switch

                                                  Long before Monkeytown Records Modeselektor started the 50 Weapons label back in 2006 as an anonymous white label series. No artist names, no release information, no cover art, just pure high class DJ music. Modeselektor, Siriusmo, Housemeister, Moderat, Headhunter, T++ and Shackleton, Bok Bok, Roska and many more appeared on the earliest white labels, later bundled as "50 Weapons of Choice # 02-09", a CD that was released as an ultra limited and numbered compilation, only available in indie stores."50 Weapons of Choice # 10-19" comes as the even stronger follow up, unmixed, with many new label signings, big names and hot newcomers all combined on an almost 1 hour long bass mission to defeat boredom.

                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                  01. Benjamin Damage & Doc Daneeka - Creeper
                                                  02. Phon.o - IL62
                                                  03. Benjamin Damage - Zeppelin
                                                  04. Cosmin TRG - Izolat
                                                  05. Anstam - Albert
                                                  06. Modeselektor - Art & Cash – Bok Bok Remix
                                                  07. Falty DL - Large Flash
                                                  08. HumanLeft - Arnaud & Bernard
                                                  09. Cosmin TRG - Separat
                                                  10. Benjamin Damage & Doc Daneeka - Infamous

                                                  Various Artists

                                                  50 Weapons RMX 01-09

                                                  The tracklist contains some of the world´s biggest producers of electronic music including Moderat, Shed, Marcel Dettmann, DJ Friction, Robert Hood, Chris Liebing, Legowelt, Miles, Truncate, Benjamin Damage, Lee Gamble, Anstam, Siriusmo, Tale Of Us, Modeselektor and many more. At 50 Weapons we are aiming to have a slightly different focus each year. We want to keep it fresh and exciting for us and our followers. In 2012 we had a strong focus on album releases. Benjamin Damage & Doc Daneeka, Addison Groove, Phon.o, Shed, Anstam and our youngster Bambounou all released albums with us. On the downside, the label released less singles for Djs. This year, we still released 2 fantastic albums by Benjamin Damage and Cosmin TRG, but the main focus was on a strong series of DJ tailored singles. To spice it up a bit, we also did a series of remix singles. Something we normally wouldn’t do. Before we are shifting our focus back to artist albums again in 2014 (many strong ones are already lined up), we are releasing this very special compilation to close the first chapter on remix singles. 9 single releases plus 4 unreleased exclusives by Tale Of Us, Marcel Dettmann, Chris Liebing and DJ Friction make for an impressive package with 2 hours of forward thinking club music.

                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                  CD 1
                                                  1. Moderat - Rusty Nails (Shackleton Remix) 09:35
                                                  2. Moderat - A New Error (Headhunter Remix) 06:04
                                                  3. Moderat - Rusty Nails (T++ Remix) 05:46
                                                  4. Addison Groove - I Go Boom (Rashad Remix) 06:14
                                                  5. Addison Groove - I Go Boom (Doc Daneeka Remix) 05:04
                                                  6. Benjamin Damage - Delirium Tremens (Robert Hood Remix) 11:23
                                                  7. Benjamin Damage - Delirium Tremens (Long Version By Benjamin Damage) 08:14
                                                  8. Modeselektor & Sound Pellegrino Thermal Team - Negativity (Bambounou Remix) 06:46
                                                  9. Benjamin Damage - 010X (Truncate Remix) 05:58
                                                  10. Benjamin Damage - 010X (SCNTST Remix) 04:37
                                                  11. Cosmin TRG - New Structures For Loving (Marcel Dettmann Remix) 05:30

                                                  CD 2
                                                  1. Cosmin TRG - Noise Code (Lee Gamble Remix) 07:19
                                                  2. Moderat - Gita (Anstams Dustified Dance Edit) 05:19
                                                  3. Siriusmo - Stinky Wig (Anstams Bustified Breaks Edit) 03:57
                                                  4. Cosmin TRG - Terminus Abrupt (Legowelt Remix) 05:52
                                                  5. Cosmin TRG - Noise Code (Miles Against The Grain Remix) 08:47
                                                  6. Moderat - Bad Kingdom (Head High Remix) 06:15
                                                  7. Moderat - Bad Kingdom (Marcel Dettmann Remix) 05:46
                                                  8. Cosmin TRG - Vertigo (Tale Of Us & Fargo Remix) 07:54
                                                  9. Benjamin Damage - 010X (SCNTST Remix Chris Liebing Edit) 06:17
                                                  10. Moderat - Bad Kingdom (Marcel Dettmann's Pitch & Stretch Mix) 06:01
                                                  11. Addison Groove & Sam Binga - Rzor (DJ Friction Remix) 05:17

                                                  From cool instrumentals and rockabilly weirdness through to the wild, the incensed and the insensitive. New trance crazes, devil worship, all the usual stuff with screams and hollering as needed. For the esoteric-minded and the exotica-consumed, with added jungle noises, death-defying car chases, teen torment and a host of dazed and confused lunatics in tow. Rampant with scuzzy garage riffs, overflowing with deranged plans for the betterment of the mundane. Spoken in post war parlez, punctuated with irate ideas and parent-bashing conceptualism. Remastered from the original sound sources with sleevenotes by MOJO magazine’s Dave Henderson.

                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                  DISC: 1
                                                  1: Cast Iron Arm - PEANUTS WILSON
                                                  2: Come On Little Mama - RAY HARRIS
                                                  3: That Crazy House On The Hill - GENE LAMARR
                                                  4: Blue Train - BETTY McQUADE
                                                  5: Tiger - SPARKLE MOORE
                                                  6: Tiger - FABIAN
                                                  7: Pow Wow - GRACE TENNESSEE
                                                  8: Fender Bender - THE ORIGINAL STARFIRES
                                                  9: Did You Mean Jellybean - JOE CLAY
                                                  10: Pass The Biscuits Please - ANDRE WILLIAMS
                                                  11: John And Marsha - STAN FREBERG
                                                  12: Let The Jukebox Keep Playing - CARL PERKINS
                                                  13: Chickie Run - HOMER DENISON JR
                                                  14: 99 Chicks - RON HAYDOCK
                                                  15: I Dig Rock 'N' Roll - EARLE WADE
                                                  16: Froggy - DANNY DELL AND THE TRENDS
                                                  17: Boss - THE DIAL TONES
                                                  18: Slide Her Under The Door - MOSES LONGPIECE
                                                  19: Whisper Your Love - THE PHANTOM
                                                  20: Only Have Eyes For You - THE FLAMINGOS
                                                  21: Valarie - THE STARLITES
                                                  22: Knee Socks - THE IDEALS
                                                  23: Ding Dong Baby - MARVIN AND JOHNNY
                                                  24: I Got The Bug - KENNY OWEN
                                                  25: Taboo - GENE SUMMERS
                                                  26: Lonesome Desert - YOUNG JESSIE (with THE FLAIRS)
                                                  27: Midnight Stroll - THE REVELS
                                                  28: Eager Beaver Baby - JOHNNY BURNETTE TRIO
                                                  29: Sweet Woman - EDWIN BRUCE
                                                  30: Let 'Er Roll - SID KING AND THE FIVE STRINGS
                                                  31: Jennie Lee - BILLY WARD &THE DOMINOES

                                                  DISC: 2
                                                  1: Jungle - THE NINE CATS
                                                  2: The Vulture - RONNIE RAY'S PLAYBOY'S
                                                  3: Thunder - BOB TAYLOR
                                                  4: Nite Owl - THE CHAMPS
                                                  5: Imagination - THE QUOTATIONS
                                                  6: Unchained Melody( Acappella Version) - THE FLEETWOODS
                                                  7: Rotten Cocksuckers Ball - THE CLOVERS
                                                  8: Ya Ya Wobble - THE VENTURES
                                                  9: Stormy Weather - THE FIVE SHARPS
                                                  10: Action Packed - RONNIE DAWSON
                                                  11: Bad Mortorcycle - THE STOREY SISTERS
                                                  12: Baby Brother - BILL CATER
                                                  13: Gang War - GENE MALTAIS
                                                  14: M M M M Andre Williams Is Moving - ANDRE WILLIAMS WITH THE FIVE DOLLARS
                                                  15: Uh Oh - THE IMPS
                                                  16: Wicked - RONNIE ISLE
                                                  17: Indian Rock - THE MUSICAL LINN TWINS
                                                  18: Hoy Hoy - CLYDE STACEY
                                                  19: Teenage Riot - PORTUGUESE JOE
                                                  20: My Babe - RIC CARTEY
                                                  21: Tongue Tied - BETTY McQUADE
                                                  22: Hangin' Around - ERSAL HICKEY
                                                  23: Forbidden City - JOHN BUCK
                                                  24: Sweet Breeze - VERNON GREEN AND THE PHANTOMS
                                                  25: Mr Ghost Goes To Town - THE 5 JONES BOYS
                                                  26: Strollin' Spooks - KEN NORDINE
                                                  27: Noisy Village - BOB McFADDEN AND DOR
                                                  28: Taboo - ARTHUR LYMAN
                                                  29: Lust - LES BAXTER
                                                  30: Paralyzed - THE LEGENDARY STARDUST COWBOY

                                                  Various Artists

                                                  8, 9,10 And 9,10,11 From Gung Ho 1, 2, 3D

                                                  Interesting compilation of percussion, bells, chimes and other assorted resonating mallet instruments featuring four star players of the current underground entheogenic scene. From Scratch is Don McGlashan and Philip Dadson, and their contributions, versions of Gung Ho's "8,9,10" and "9,10,11" are two, resonating, kettle drum-styled pieces that wouldn't sound out of place on Sued either. More ethereal and mood-enhancing than your tradition African percussion tracks, both of these glimmer and shimmer like crystallized moisture caught by the sun's rays as it shines through the rainforest. Swedish nu-psych-tribal warriors Goat offer up an alternative interpretation on the B-side. Switching the drums around for a more wooden aesthetic - sounding more like a burning hot peyote ritual than the more inter-dimensional, ayahuasca journey previous to it. Florian Meyer dons his Don't DJ alias as he also gets to grips with Gung Ho's two numbers - rolling out a very typical, but nonetheless arresting form of his percussive bubblers. Finally, Utena Kobayashi Group are new to me, and discogs too, it seems, and actually offer the most varied and different rendition on the comp. Slowing things down and introducing a slow, mournful violin line, percussion is reduced to a steady pace and sparse contents, relying on a synthesized conga pattern to bolster the warped and ethereal atmospheric backing. It's another heady, intoxicating piece, reminding me most of a Mexican mushroom ceremony, fluid, interconnected energy forms interacting as one. Totally out there and highly recommended!

                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                  A -From Scratch "8, 9, 10" And "9, 10, 11” From Gung Ho 1, 2 ,3D
                                                  Performer – From Scratch
                                                  B - Goat "8,9,10" And "9,10,11"
                                                  C - Don't DJ "8,9,10" And "9,10,11"
                                                  D - Utena Kobayashi Group "8,9,10" And "9,10,11"

                                                  Various Artists

                                                  90's House & Garage Compiled By Joey Negro

                                                    Founded way back in 91, Z Records have since amassed a lauded and plentiful collection of singles, albums and compilations. Run by Dave Lee aka Joey Negro, the label has enjoyed success through his unique ability to foster the principles of underground dance music whilst also remaining mindful of commercial appeal.

                                                    Through various compilations, Mr Lee has consistently delved deep into the heart of a specific genre or era and selecting a lesser-known series of tracks that give a real insight into the spirit and energy that made that point in time special. Whether it's been gogo, Brit-funk, boogie, Italo house or straight up disco, he has mined deep into his extensive bank of influences and also enlisted the help of some of his most clued-up comrades in offering some unforgettable collections of classics. Next up - he pulls together a collection of his favourite moments across a definitive decade for house and garage: the 90’s. Inclusive of material from Kerri Chandler, Robert Owens and MAW as well as remixes from Mood II Swing and Ron Trent - the compilation is packed with sultry vocal lines and the sort of slick, irresistible grooves that defined the era. Sticking with the ethos of his series, Joey Negro has dug out an olio of music that may have until now ‘slipped under the garage doors’ meaning a lot of the material on this compilation is being digitised for the very first time. In searching deeper and wider than the average compilation, the package provides a thorough insight into why this was such a fertile period for production and gives a nod to the sort of drum patterns, sampling techniques and vocal lines that have inspired the likes of Bicep, Brawther and Huxley amongst many more.

                                                    TRACK LISTING

                                                    CD One:
                                                    1. Fonda Rae - Living In Ecstasy (Mood II Swing Groove Mix Edit)
                                                    2. Voices - Voices In My Mind (CJ Mackintosh Remix)
                                                    3. Danube Dance - Unique (New York Underground Mix)
                                                    4. Donnie Mark - Stand Up For The Soul (Vocal Mix)
                                                    5. Janet Rushmore - Joy (Kaoz Gone Insane)
                                                    6. Robert Owens - Gotta Work (Final Take)
                                                    7. Station Q - That Special Melody (Club Mix)
                                                    8. A Bitch Named Johanna - Freak It (Instrumental)
                                                    9. Thelma Houston - All Of That (Joey Negro Club Mix)
                                                    10. Bougie Soliterre - Got The Bug
                                                    11. USG - Ncameu (Ron Trent Main Mix).

                                                    CD Two:
                                                    1. Gisele Jackson - Love Commandments (Original Vocal Edit)
                                                    2. Mateo & Matos - New York Style
                                                    3. Leee John - Mighty Power Of Love (Mood II Swing Vox Mix)
                                                    4. Club 69 - Let Me Be Your Underwear (Underground Mix)
                                                    5. Kerri Chandler - Ladbroke Grove
                                                    6. Michael Watford - Love Change Over (Fire Island Club Vocal Mix)
                                                    7. Ralphi Rosario - An Instrumental Need (Club Need)
                                                    8. Astro Trax - The Energy (Feel The Vibe)
                                                    9. BOP Feat. BJ Crosby - Thinkin’ About You (The TM Perspective)
                                                    10. Mike Delgado - The Murder Track.

                                                    Various Artists

                                                    90’s House & Garage Vol. 2 Compiled By Joey Negro & Neil Pierce

                                                      Founded back in 1990 – celebrating their 30th birthday in 2020 – Z Records has amassed plentiful collection of singles, albums & compilations. Run by Dave Lee aka Joey Negro, the label has enjoyed success through his unique ability to foster the principles of underground dance music whilst also remaining mindful of commercial appeal. Through his many compilations, Mr. Lee has delved deep into the heart of a specific genre or era and selected lesser-known tracks that give a real insight into the spirit & energy that made that point in time so special. Whether it's GoGo, Brit Funk, Boogie, Italo house or straight up Disco, he has delved deep into his extensive bank of influences and also enlisted the help of some of his most clued-up comrades in offering unforgettable collections of classics.

                                                      This time he’s been joined by Neil Pierce as co-compiler for this second collection of their favourite moments across a definitive decade for House & Garage: the 90’s. Volume 2 includes material from Satoshi Tomiie, UFO, Slam Mode, Joi Cardwell and Alexander Hope as well as remixes from Kings of Tomorrow, Kerri Chandler, Marshall Jefferson, Tommy Musto and Smack Productions. The compilation is packed with sultry vocal lines and the sort of slick, irresistible grooves that defined the era.

                                                      Dave and Neil have dug out music that may have previously ‘slipped under the radar’ meaning a lot of the tracks included here are being digitised for the very first time. In searching deeper & wider than the average compilation, the package provides a thorough insight into why this was such a fertile period for production. It gives a nod to the sort of drum patterns, sampling techniques and vocal lines that have inspired the likes of Bicep, Brawther and Huxley amongst many more.

                                                      “If there is one person who links all these songs together it’s Paul “Trouble” Anderson. Though the tunes are mainly American the sound is very much the type of soulful house that Paul played and was popular in clubs here. There are so many classic songs from the 90s I heard for the first time either at his club or on Paul’s radio show. He absolutely loved his music and clubs, that was his life and he lived that life to the full. This album is dedicated to you Paul R.I.P.”-  Dave Lee

                                                      “It was Paul that gave me my first ever break in this industry and was a dear friend to me right up until his passing. I'll forever be grateful for the opportunities he gave to me and the musical lessons he taught me throughout the years. We finished the track listing on this compilation way before Paul's passing but if you look through the playlist it could have been an out and out tribute album to the legend such is his influence over myself and Dave. So therefore I'd like to dedicate my selection to the one and only "Trouble" RIP.” Neil Pierce

                                                      STAFF COMMENTS

                                                      says: Frequenters of our shop and website will know too well my love of Mr. Lee. Another one of his sterling house compilations mining the ever-fruitful period of the 1990s. From the tough and bumpety to sublime and deep; house music's golden era extensively dug and packaged up for your enjoyment!

                                                      TRACK LISTING

                                                      Disc 1
                                                      1. Satoshi Tomiie Feat. Diane Charlemagne – Inspired
                                                      2. United Future Organization - Flying Saucer (Kings Of Tomorrow Remix)
                                                      3. N-Joi – Anthem (Kerri Chandler Distant Run Mix)
                                                      4. LNR - Reachin' (Vocal Mix)
                                                      5. Sound Source - A Naked Theme (Source Mix 1)
                                                      6. FiniDolo – Blow (Restless Soul Poetic Peak Time Mix)
                                                      7. Abacus – Moonbeamz
                                                      8. Glenn Turner - I Need A Lover For Myself (Key Mix)
                                                      9. Bonnie Byrd - We Can Make It
                                                      10. Biddu Orchestra – Humanity (Club Mix)
                                                      11. Screamin’ Rachel - Rock Me (The Marshall Jefferson Deep Underground Dub)

                                                      Disc 2
                                                      1. Martha Wash – Runaround (Tee’s 12” Mix)
                                                      2. Elé Ferrer - I'll Make U Happy Baby (X-Tended Club Mix)
                                                      3. Alexander Hope – Share (Tommy Musto's New York Thang Mix)
                                                      4. Slam Mode - 100% Power
                                                      5. Alexis P Suter - All Night Long
                                                      6. Mama's Children Feat. Lee Truesdale - Let Us All Be Friends (Colonel Abrams Original Mix)
                                                      7. Cassio Ware - Makin' Love (Mentalinstrum Remix)
                                                      8. Kathy Summers - I'm In Love (House Of Jazz Mix)
                                                      9. Donald O – Everything’s Gonna Be Alright
                                                      10. Joi Cardwell - Run To You (Philip Damien's Extended Vocal Mix)
                                                      11. Mental Instrum - Music On My Mind (Smack Productions Mix)
                                                      12. Joey Negro – Take Me Higher

                                                      Disc 1
                                                      A1. Elé Ferrer - I'll Make U Happy Baby (X-Tended Club Mix)
                                                      A2. N-Joi – Anthem (Kerri Chandler Distant Run Mix)
                                                      A3. Slam Mode - 100% Power
                                                      B1. United Future Organization - Flying Saucer (Kings Of Tomorrow Remix)
                                                      B2. Mama's Children Feat. Lee Truesdale – Let Us All Be Friends (Colonel Abrams Original Mix)
                                                      B3. Abacus - Moonbeamz

                                                      Disc 2
                                                      C1. Alexis P Suter - All Night Long
                                                      C2. Mental Instrum - Music On My Mind (Smack Productions Mix)
                                                      C3. FiniDolo – Blow (Restless Soul Poetic Peak Time Mix)
                                                      D1. Cassio Ware - Makin' Love (Mentalinstrum Remix)
                                                      D2. Screamin’ Rachel - Rock Me (The Marshall Jefferson Deep Underground Dub)
                                                      D3. Sound Source - A Naked Theme (Source Mix 1)

                                                      We started First Word Records in late 2003. The core team is based in London, but our roster is comprised of artists from all over the globe. As we look ahead to our 20th anniversary, and hit our 200th release, this EP is a collaborative effort from some of our current artists.

                                                      As a label, we've often championed musicians that create sounds that fall within the cracks of more defined-genres. Our aim has always been to highlight unique talent where we find it, and ultimately find things we deem worthy of inclusion in the great mixtape of life! Quite often the links may not seem apparent, but we feel blessed to have been able to slowly build a family of artists that not only have great respect for each other, but will quite often collaborate together without any prompts from us. This collection of music is a series of examples of that. 'A Family Affair'.

                                                      For this vinyl EP, there is a heavy dancefloor vibe, with four tracks that nestle within the realms of broken beat.

                                                      Following her debut EP 'Light It Again' for us in late 2020, Allysha Joy's track 'Better' is re-visited by the don Kaidi Tatham, who reworks the track in his own inimitable way; starting on a half-tempo neo-soul vein, before switching to his trademark fusion of bruk, boogie and jazz mid-way.

                                                      After a lengthy absence we're delighted to welcome back Quiet Dawn and Sarah Williams White, with a collaborative piece between the two entitled 'One By One'. You can expect longer projects from them both later in the year, but here's a little vibe to wet your whistle. This, the 'Bruk It' version doing exactly what it says on the tin.

                                                      On the flipside, we have a delicious rub of Takuya Kuroda's 'Fade' featuring the vocals of Corey King and taken from Takuya's highly-acclaimed LP 'Fly Moon Die Soon'. The remix work on this one courtesy of a killer combo in their own rights, KEARL aka Earl Jeffers (Darkhouse Family) and K15 (Profusion).

                                                      Speaking of K15, this EP closes out with his interpretation of Teotima's 'But I Can't' originally from their 2019 album 'Weightless'. Taking elements of the original vocal from Ellie Rose Rusbridge, K15 transforms this one into a dreamy boogie-tinged groove - previously supported by Mary Anne Hobbs and the like.

                                                      Two of these tracks have never been available on vinyl before, whilst the other two are brand new tracks being released for the first time on any format.

                                                      TRACK LISTING

                                                      1. Allysha Joy - Better (Kaidi Tatham Remix)
                                                      2. Quiet Dawn & Sarah Williams White - One By One (Bruk It Version)
                                                      3. Takuya Kuroda - Fade (KEARL Remix)
                                                      4. Teotima - But I Can't (K15 Remix)

                                                      Various Artists

                                                      A Hard Row To Hoe Volume 1

                                                        Popcorn is a style of music and dancing first established in Belgium in the 1970s and 1980s. The style includes a wide variety of mostly American and British recordings of R&B and pop music made between the late 1950s and mid 1960s, often relatively obscure, and characterised by a slow or medium, rather than fast, tempo. This record features 14 pure Popcorn groovers from the golden era. 

                                                        Various Artists

                                                        A Slight Disturbance In My Mind - The British Proto-Psychedelic Sounds Of 1966

                                                          While the likes of “Rubber Soul”, ‘See My Friends’ and ‘Still I’m Sad’ had served notice in 1965 of British pop’s heightened level of ambition, 1966 would prove to be an even more tumultuous twelvemonth period as experimentation and innovation grew to new levels.

                                                          The release that August of “Revolver” – whose cataclysmic closing track ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’ landed amongst the record-buying public like an impenetrable missile from outer space – brought the concept of psychedelic music out of the margins and into the mainstream.

                                                          However, psychedelia – condemned by national newspaper The Sun as “the new and dangerous sound in pop music” – had been percolating throughout the year. The word was already in subterranean use in America, adapted by the likes of The 13th Floor Elevators and Hollywood hustler Kim Fowley, who in late 1965 had become the first person to promote a record with the term “psychedelic”.

                                                          Arriving in London in March 1966, Fowley became a proselytising influence for the new sound, instructing bemused young British bands to “act psychedelically”. His sojourn coincided with the relocation of Californian band The Misunderstood, whose incendiary sound and stage act was a major influence on a new generation of British acts.

                                                          Meanwhile, serial pioneers The Yardbirds were making increasingly audacious music, their new manager Simon Napier-Bell instructed the young John’s Children to become “the first psychedelic group”, while mod band The Creation developed an intriguing pop-art approach.

                                                          Featuring 84 tracks, A Slight Disturbance In My Mind: The British Proto-Psychedelic Sounds Of 1966 examines the “experimental pop” element of the British music scene during that epochal twelvemonth period with a dizzying, dazzling mix of nascent psychedelia, introspective pop and what’s been retrospectively labelled freakbeat.

                                                          We feature vital contributions from some of the era’s biggest names (The Kinks, The Yardbirds, The Hollies, The Animals etc), a bunch of highly collectable cult classics, a huge stash of unissued-at-thetime nuggets and early outings for such future legends as Bowie, Bolan, Slade and The Bee Gees.

                                                          Housed in a clamshell box containing a 52-page booklet crammed with biographical information and priceless period photos and memorabilia, A Slight Disturbance In My Mind is a glorious snapshot of British pop storming the gates of a new, strange and wonderful dawn.

                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                          DISC ONE

                                                          1. MAKING TIME – The Creation
                                                          2. SHAPES OF THINGS – The Yardbirds
                                                          3. I’LL KEEP HOLDING ON – The Action
                                                          4. MUD IN YOUR EYE – Fleur-De-Lys
                                                          5. SWEET MUSIC – The Koobas
                                                          6. ORIENTAL SADNESS – The Hollies
                                                          7. PLAY DOWN – The Bee Gees
                                                          8. AM I THE RED ONE (ALTERNATIVE MIX) – Mick Softley With The Summer Suns*
                                                          9. I UNSEEN – The Misunderstood
                                                          10. SECURITY (EXTENDED VERSION) – The ’N Betweens*
                                                          11. I DIG EVERYTHING – David Bowie
                                                          12. SHE’S A GIRL – The Attraction
                                                          13. A HOUSE IN THE COUNTRY – The Pretty Things
                                                          14. DADDY LONG LEGS (BRASS-FREE VERSION) – Lindsay Muir’s Untamed
                                                          15. MAN WITH MONEY – Outrage*
                                                          16. THE QUIET EXPLOSION – The Ugly’s
                                                          17. THIRTEEN WOMEN – The Renegades
                                                          18. I TAKE IT THAT WE’RE THROUGH – The Riot Squad
                                                          19. MAJOR CATASTROPHE – Katch 22
                                                          20. HIPPY GUMBO (DEMO VERSION) – Marc Bolan
                                                          21. I WILL HAVE YOU – Just Five
                                                          22. TOMORROW NIGHT – The Times
                                                          23. BLOW-UP – The In Crowd
                                                          24. SIMPLIFIED – The Majority
                                                          25. BACK SEAT DRIVER – The Ministry Of Sound
                                                          26. BABY, YOU’VE GOT IT – The Truth
                                                          27. I JUST GOT SOME – Rod Stewart
                                                          28. ANSWERS PLEASE – The Luvin’ Kind

                                                          DISC TWO
                                                          1. MY FRIEND JACK (DEMO VERSION) – The Smoke
                                                          2. PLEASE PLEASE ME – The Score
                                                          3. PAINTER MAN (2017 STEREO MIX) – The Creation
                                                          4. WHY DON’T YOU SMILE NOW – Downliners Sect
                                                          5. YOU’VE GOTTA HAVE LOVE BABE (DEMO VERSION) – Graham Bond Organisation
                                                          6. OUTCAST – The Animals
                                                          7. WE’RE BROKEN – The Moody Blues
                                                          8. I’VE LAID SOME DOWN IN MY TIME – Tony Colton
                                                          9. WELL…ALL RIGHT – The People
                                                          10. SHAPES IN MY MIND (US 45 VERSION) – Keith Relf
                                                          11. MY TIME (BRASS-FREE VERSION) – The Pretty Things
                                                          12. FANCY – The Kinks
                                                          13. YOU’RE MY GIRL – Manfred Mann
                                                          14. WHAT A STATE I’M IN – The Tremeloes
                                                          15. TURN INTO EARTH – Al Stewart
                                                          16. THE MORNING AFTER – The Mindbenders
                                                          17. WALKIN’ WALKIN’ WALKIN’ – The Favourite Sons
                                                          18. HAVE YOU EVER LOVED SOMEBODY – The Searchers
                                                          19. HUNGRY – The 5 A.M. Event
                                                          20. MOLLY ANDERSON’S COOKERY BOOK – The Artwoods
                                                          21. TAX MAN – Loose Ends
                                                          22. THE RUIN – Deep Feeling
                                                          23. KICKS – The Wheels
                                                          24. YOU’RE MY GIRL – The Kingpins
                                                          25. PAINT IT BLACK – The Tomcats
                                                          26. SAGITTARIUS – The Cortinas
                                                          27. WRONG WAY – The Brood
                                                          28. HOLIDAYMAKER – The Key

                                                          DISC THREE
                                                          1. THE LOVE I THOUGHT I’D FOUND – John’s Children
                                                          2. SAVE MY SOUL – The Wimple Winch
                                                          3. STROLL ON – The Yardbirds
                                                          4. GLENDORA – Downliners Sect
                                                          5. I’M NOT YOUR STEPPING STONE (DEMO VERSION) – The Flies
                                                          6. IT’S A CRIME – The Kirkbys
                                                          7. LET THE LIVE LIVE – The Sorrows
                                                          8. I GO TO SLEEP – The Fingers
                                                          9. DON’T TELL ME – Arthur Brown
                                                          10. HAPPY NEW YEAR – Beverley
                                                          11. I AM THE WORLD – The Bee Gees
                                                          12. CLOWN – The Hollies
                                                          13. INDICATION – The Zombies
                                                          14. LITTLE ROSY – The Rocking Vickers
                                                          15. WHAT DOES SHE DO – Sounds Around
                                                          16. MY LITTLE RED BOOK – Episode Six
                                                          17. NO MORE YOU AND ME – The Tornados ’66
                                                          18. GIRL CHILD, I AM AN EVIL WITCHMAN – The ’N Betweens
                                                          19. HURDY GURDY MAN – The Spectres
                                                          20. SUMMER LEAVES ME WITH A SIGH – Tuesday’s Children
                                                          21. ADVERTISING MAN – The Reaction
                                                          22. MY WORLD FELL DOWN – The Ivy League
                                                          23. HEY, YOU LOLITA – The Silence
                                                          24. I SUPPOSE – The Secrets
                                                          25. DIFFERENT KIND OF LOVE SONG – Outrage*
                                                          26. TOMORROW NEVER KNOWS – The Mirage
                                                          27. MY MIND – The Misunderstood
                                                          28. DISTURBANCE – The Move

                                                          * PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED

                                                          Various Artists

                                                          A Stranger I May Be: Savoy Gospel 1954 - 1986

                                                            An extensive, sumptuous survey of surely the mightiest Gospel label of them all. Sixty-one gems of stomping, rollicking, desolate, ravishing gospel music, intermingling with soul, blues, doo-wop, jazz, r&b, disco and boogie.

                                                            Covering 1954-1966, the first disc is infused and incandescent with the hurting, surging indignation of the Civil Rights movement. Twenty-four heart-stopping scorchers by giants like the Staple Singers and Jimmy Scott, alongside less celebrated names like the Harmonising Five of Burlington, North Carolina, and teen-group the North Philadelphia Juniors, culminating triumphantly with slamming, sanctified versions of Hit The Road Jack and Wade In The Water.

                                                            The second disc presents sublime crossings of gospel with the soul, funk and jazz of the Black Power era. Twenty rapturous cuts dot dazzlingly between Muscle Shoals soul, screwed breakbeat, Mizells-style fusion, disco and protohouse. Triumphant re-workings of Sly Stone, Donny Hathaway and Herbie Hancock’s Head Hunters will have listeners throwing their pew cushions into the air. The third disc selects fierce funk, rapturous soul and transcendent disco and boogie, loaded with roaring choirs, rocking horns and popping bass guitars, super-charged with celebration and affirmativeness, from the years leading up to Savoy’s acquisition by Malaco.

                                                            Drawn from nigh-impossible-to-find 78s, sevens, twelves and LPs, hardly any of these recordings perhaps none have been reissued since their first release. The third disc opens with a stupendous onslaught by Edith Moreno which only appeared as a tiny handful of blank-label promos.

                                                            3 CD set is presented as a sixty-page mini-book, perfect-bound, with CDs suspended in card sleeves and the 2 LP format is presented in a gatefold sleeve, with full-size booklet; bothbeautifully designed, with stunning, rare photographs and original Savoy artwork. Sound restoration and mastering were done at Abbey Road.

                                                            Co-curated by Greg Belson, compiler of Divine Disco; with deep, extensive notes by Robert Marovich, author of A City Called Heaven: Chicago and the Birth of Gospel Music (University of Illinois), and host of the award-winning radio show Gospel Memories.

                                                            TRACK LISTING

                                                            CD 1:
                                                            Famous Ward Singers - I’m Getting Richer
                                                            The Harmonizing Five - I Don’t Need Nobody But The Lord
                                                            The Sensational Six - Let Freedom Ring
                                                            The Gospel Harmonettes specials - How Much More
                                                            The Christones - Lord, It’s Me
                                                            The Staple Singers - Low Is The Way
                                                            Swindell Brothers - Trouble Of Mine
                                                            The Roberta Martin Singers - I’m Glad I’m A Witness For My Lord
                                                            Jimmy Scott - Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child
                                                            Shirley Caesar And The Caravans - He First Loved Me
                                                            The Blind Boys Of Alabama - On Some Day
                                                            The Hightower Brothers - He That Believed
                                                            North Philadelphia Juniors - There’s Something Within Me
                                                            The Selah Singers - The Wicked Race
                                                            The Ward Singers - Let The Train Roll Easy
                                                            The Stars Of Faith - Mean Old World
                                                            Marion Williams - Get Your Business Right
                                                            The Gospel Cavaliers - Are You Listening
                                                            The Caravans - Mercy
                                                            Eddie Williams And The Crusaders - They Won’t Believe In Me
                                                            The Davis Sisters - Earnestly Praying
                                                            The Gospel Chimes - My Jesus Love Just Bubbles Over
                                                            The Angelic Gospel Choir - It’s The Holy Ghost
                                                            The Angelic Choir - Wade In The Water

                                                            CD 2:

                                                            The Artistic Sounds - Give It Up
                                                            The Holy Lights Of Baltimore, MD - I’ll Be Satisfied
                                                            The Swan Silvertones - Trust II God
                                                            Gene Martin - A Little Bit Of Faith
                                                            Myrna Summers - Have A Talk With God
                                                            James Cleveland And The Southern California Community Choir - I Want To Thank You Master
                                                            Betty Hollins - What A Time (When All God’s Children Get Together)
                                                            The Metro Tones - Get Together
                                                            The World Wonders - He Made A Way
                                                            The Brooklyn Skyways - Dark Clouds
                                                            Sister Ida Maxey - Do Lord
                                                            The Thornes Trio - You Don’t Love God
                                                            Mildred Clark And The Melody-Aires - Hold On, I’m Coming
                                                            The Highway Q.C.s - If You Fail, Try Again
                                                            The Gospelaires Of Dayton, Ohio - What Will Tomorrow Bring
                                                            The Holy Lights Of Baltimore, MD - Keep On Singing
                                                            The Exciting Supreme Highlights - Drowning In The Sea Of Sin
                                                            James Moore - I Thank You Master
                                                            Prof. Charles Taylor And The Charles Taylor Sing ers - Been Good To Me
                                                            The Brockington Ensemble - God Is God (He Won’t Change)

                                                            CD 3:
                                                            Edith Moreno - Get Ready For Judgement Day
                                                            World Wonders - The Cost Of Living (Is Very High)
                                                            The Helen Hollins Singers - He Gave It To Me
                                                            Solomon Burke - I Know He Lives In Me
                                                            The Gospelaires Of Dayton Ohio - God Helps Those Who Help Themselves
                                                            Genobia Jeter - Things _Have Got To Get Better
                                                            The Lady Lois Snead With The Interdemoninational Mass Choir Of Atlanta, GA - I Found Out What You Mean To Me
                                                            Charisma - Protected
                                                            The Stan Lee Revue - Make Every Day Count
                                                            The Sensational Williams Brothers - Sunday
                                                            The Holy Lights Of Baltimore, MD - It’s Getting Late / The 4th Of May - Pass It On
                                                            The World Wonders Of Birmingham, ALA - Ain’ T It Good To Be Here
                                                            James Cleveland And The Cleveland Singers - Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere / The Hollywood Stars - Come On Jesus
                                                            The Steele Family - Show His Love
                                                            Glenn Jones And The Modulations - It’s All Right 

                                                            Various Artists

                                                            A Stranger I May Be: Savoy Gospel 1954-1966

                                                              Covering 1954-1966, this double vinyl, the first in a series of three compilations from Honest Jon's is infused and incandescent with the hurting, surging indignation of the Civil Rights movement. Twenty-four heart-stopping scorchers by giants like the Staple Singers and Jimmy Scott, alongside less celebrated names like the Harmonising Five of Burlington, North Carolina, and teen-group the North Philadelphia Juniors, culminating triumphantly with slamming, sanctified versions of Hit The Road Jack and Wade In The Water.

                                                              TRACK LISTING

                                                              Famous Ward Singers - I’m Getting Richer
                                                              The Harmonizing Five - I Don’t Need Nobody But The Lord
                                                              The Sensational Six - Let Freedom Ring
                                                              The Gospel Harmonettes Specials - How Much More
                                                              The Christones - Lord, It’s Me
                                                              The Staple Singers - Low Is The Way
                                                              Swindell Brothers - Trouble Of Mine
                                                              The Roberta Martin Singers - I’m Glad I’m A Witness For My Lord
                                                              Jimmy Scott - Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child
                                                              Shirley Caesar And The Caravans - He First Loved Me
                                                              The Blind Boys Of Alabama - On Some Day
                                                              The Hightower Brothers - He That Believed
                                                              North Philadelphia Juniors - There’s Something Within Me
                                                              The Selah Singers - The Wicked Race
                                                              The Ward Singers - Let The Train Roll Easy
                                                              The Stars Of Faith - Mean Old World
                                                              Marion Williams - Get Your Business Right
                                                              The Gospel Cavaliers - Are You Listening
                                                              The Caravans - Mercy
                                                              Eddie Williams And The Crusaders - They Won’t Believe In Me
                                                              The Davis Sisters - Earnestly Praying
                                                              The Gospel Chimes - My Jesus Love Just Bubbles Over
                                                              The Angelic Gospel Choir - It’s The Holy Ghost
                                                              The Angelic Choir - Wade In The Water

                                                              Various Artists

                                                              A Valentine Records Sampler

                                                                After releasing a handful of singles / EPs, Manchester label Valentine Records celebrates its first birthday with the release of their first full length album. The album includes some of the highlights of the label's releases so far, along with five previously unreleased tracks. Includes tracks from Palo Alto, Ladyboy, Bynatone, Les Flames and more.

                                                                Various Artists

                                                                A-F Records Sampler

                                                                  Since releasing Anti-Flag's newest full length, A-F Records has become the newest 'buzz' label to come out of the underground since Fat Wreck Chords exploded onto the scene in the early 90s. Here's their bands on a cheap, cheap compilation.

                                                                  Various Artists

                                                                  A-Square (Of Course) (Black Friday 2018)

                                                                    TRACK LISTING

                                                                    A1. Look What You're Doing (To Me Baby) - The Rationals
                                                                    A2. Get The Picture - The Scot Richard Case
                                                                    A3. Love To Love - The Thyme
                                                                    A4. I Need You - The Rationals
                                                                    A5. Listen My Girl - The Bossmen
                                                                    A6. Stranded In The Jungle - The Apostles
                                                                    A7. Someday - The Rationals
                                                                    B1. I?m A Man - The Prime Movers
                                                                    B2. Midnight To Six Man - The Scot Richard Case
                                                                    B3. Leaving Here - The Rationals
                                                                    B4. Easy Way Out - The Bossmen
                                                                    B5. Tired Of Waiting For You - The Apostles
                                                                    B6. Who Is That Girl - The Scot Richard Case
                                                                    B7. Time Of The Season - The Thyme
                                                                    C1. Looking At You - The MC5
                                                                    C2. Can't Find The Key - Stoney & The Jagged Edge
                                                                    C3. Somehow - The Thyme
                                                                    C4. I'm So Glad - The Scot Richard Case
                                                                    C5. I Need You - The Rationals
                                                                    D1. Rainbows - Stoney & The Jagged Edge
                                                                    D2. Get Down - Half-Life
                                                                    D3. Borderline - The MC5
                                                                    D4. Just Like An Aborigine - The Up
                                                                    D5. Mystery Man - Dick Wagner & The Frost

                                                                    Various Artists

                                                                    Ace Records 40

                                                                      A celebration of our 40years in business: 1975-2015 represented by seven vinyl singles in a luxury box/book.

                                                                      40 years on and, as the song says, we got to get right back where we started from. That was and still is the 7-inch vinyl 45rpm single. This traditional “album” contains seven 45s that could never fully represent the Ace story so far, but they touch on numerous aspects of what we have been doing all this time. There are unissued versions, highlights from our career, lost gems and an error corrected, but all truly terrific music. A small jukebox worth of recordings spanning the 20 years from which the bulk of Ace releases have been drawn. It is hard to believe only 20 years separate Etta James’ release for Modern from Joe Strummer’s first recording made for our Chiswick label, which in turn is now nearly 40 years old.

                                                                      After our dalliance with pop and rock, which lasted until the early 80s and wasn’t without its highpoints, we shifted our attention to recording London’s garage and psychobilly bands in the wake of licensing the Cramps’ catalogue. But the blues, its more active little brother rhythm & blues, even more active grandchild soul and wayward second cousin who got the funk have always been a major strand in what we do. We heard some of that rock’n’roll music, liked it and put a lot of it out, alongside its sweeter pop counterpart and teenage rebel nephew 60s psych and garage that contributed to the backbone of the past 40 years of releases.

                                                                      During that time, we have danced to many different tunes in many different styles. We jived, we twisted, then we shimmied (and shaked), glided elegantly across the northern soul dancefloor, pogoed and all the time shook a tail feather. These days it is more likely to be a soft shoe shuffle but the enthusiasm hasn’t dimmed. The dedicated team of Ace staff, engineers and consultants are still turning out a regular flow of great-sounding, handsomely packaged, articulately annotated CDs, with the odd LP and 45 thrown in for good measure. You can even download a lot of it, but unfortunately without the pretty pictures and sweet words as yet.

                                                                      They say the future is online and they may be right, but nothing can match that warm fuzzy feeling the whiff of wax brings.

                                                                      TRACK LISTING

                                                                      Disc One
                                                                      1A. Confessin The Blues (Alt) BB King
                                                                      1B.Tough Lover (Alt) Etta James

                                                                      Disc Two
                                                                      2A. One Cup Of Coffee And A Cigarette - Glen Glenn
                                                                      2B. Youre Under Arrest - The Shirelles

                                                                      Disc Three
                                                                      3A. Not My Girl - The Platters
                                                                      3B. No Other Guy - Lou Johnson

                                                                      Disc Four
                                                                      4A. Try A Little Tenderness (Alt) - Otis Redding
                                                                      4B. You Gotta Have Soul - James Carr

                                                                      Disc Five
                                                                      5A. Psychedelic Sally - Eddie Jefferson
                                                                      5B. Keep On Brother Keep On - Johnny King And Fatback Band

                                                                      Disc Six
                                                                      6A. I Got Mine - The Charlatans
                                                                      6B. Get The Picture (Alt) - The Scot Richard Case

                                                                      Disc Seven
                                                                      7A. Dont Cry For Me - The Zombies
                                                                      7B. Keys To Your Heart - The 101ers

                                                                      Various Artists

                                                                      Achoo! An Asthmatic Kitty Sampler Volume 2

                                                                        Asthmatic Kitty Records presents "Achoo!" their second sampler of music released on the label – 27 tracks for the price of a CD single! Featuring songs from every artist on the label and spanning the entire breadth of the catalogue, this gives a concise and exciting introduction to one of the most interesting independent labels in operation today.

                                                                        Green Water - The Curtains
                                                                        Henney Buggy Band - Sufjan Stevens
                                                                        High Life - Shapes And Sizes
                                                                        Adventurers - Rafter
                                                                        Eyes Peeled - Half-Handed Cloud
                                                                        We Were Sparkling - My Brightest Diamond
                                                                        Sold To The Nice Rich Man - Welcome Wagon
                                                                        So Gentle Your Arms - Shannon Stephens
                                                                        Poison & Snakes - Liz Janes
                                                                        Strong Animal - Castanets
                                                                        Twilight And Ghost Stories (excerpt) - Chris Schlarb
                                                                        Year Of The Boar - Osso
                                                                        Encouragement - Rafter
                                                                        Say You Will - Cryptacize
                                                                        Future Past Perfect - Future Rapper
                                                                        Sampler Song - Rafter
                                                                        Sailing The Veil-Boat - Half-Handed Cloud
                                                                        Climbing Texas - Belltower
                                                                        Christmas In July - Sufjan Stevens
                                                                        Dancing With Someone (Privilege Of Everything) - Castanets
                                                                        A Feast - Royal City
                                                                        Goldenhead - Shapes And Sizes
                                                                        Yes/No - Bunky
                                                                        Quail - Half-Handed Cloud
                                                                        Careless Love - Liz Janes & Create
                                                                        Golden Star (Alias Remix) - My Brightest Diamond
                                                                        As You Do - Castanets

                                                                        "Ada - Mixtape #1 - Adaptions" brings together a collection of new and unreleased music, Ada's remixes, renditions of her tracks touched by friends, plus even a lost, alternative take of her most loved song "Blindhouse". Lovingly blended together but not to be confused with a DJ mix, the songs here have a degree of separation between each other (I think we might call them 'gaps'). Diving in, Tracey Thorn's vocals brood over Ada's delicate beats, propelling us into what promises to be a world of modern Booka Shade remix, to the house-drenched cycle of "Forty Winks" to her musical duet with Raz Ohara of Apparat fame,Adaptions" showcases a speculative depth rarely heard in Ada's music and provokes a more matured aspect to her own production. Bringing a slight twist to the typical remix collection, Ada invites some of her favorite remixes onboard for the ride. Studio-mate Dee Pulse hits back with his unreleased remix of "Fizzman" and Tobias Thomas and Michael Mayer team up to tackle the unforgettable Yeah Yeah Yeah's cover of Maps that originally appeared on Ada's debut album "Blondie". It's safe to say that ADA has brilliantly succeeded in creating her own, personal mixtape that is well deserving of being shared with everyone.

                                                                        1. Tracey Thorn's Grand Canyon (Ada remix)
                                                                        2. Ada - Fizzmann (Dee Pulse Remix)
                                                                        3. Booka Shade Vertigo vs. Cha (Ada Remix)
                                                                        4. Brant Feat. Mr. Roper - Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me (Ada Remix)
                                                                        5. Ada - Maps (Thomas / Mayer Remix)
                                                                        6. Alex Smoke - Never Want To See You Again (Ada Remix)
                                                                        7. Ada - Eve (DJ Koze Mix)
                                                                        8. Ada Feat. Raz Ohara - Lovestoned
                                                                        9. Andi Teichmann - Tape (Ada Remix)
                                                                        10. Ada - Living It Up
                                                                        11. Ada - Forty Winks
                                                                        12. Ada Feat. Cosmic DJ - Our Blindhouse

                                                                        Various Artists

                                                                        Additive Noise Function: Formative UK, European And American Electronica 1978-1984

                                                                          Following the success of the 4CD compilations looking at early electronica in the UK (“Close To The Noise Floor”), Europe (“Noise Reduction System”) and North America (“Third Noise Principle”) 4AD present a 3LP compendium of hand-picked highlights. Including legendary names such as Conny Plank and Holger Czukay (Les Vampyrettes), D.A.F., Bourbonese Qualk, The Legendary Pink Dots, Front 242, Carlos Peron, The Residents, Rhythm And Noise, Richard Bone and Tuxedomoon alongside cult favourites and previously overlooked nuggets, “Additive Noise Function” takes in dancefloor fillers, inner space explorations and everything in between as it journeys over five thousand miles in search of the perfect drum pattern. Previous CD editions have been critically praised around the world, and acclaimed for their historical significance as well as the diverse, futuristic and ground-breaking music contained within. Demand for a vinyl overview has been continuous, and we proudly present thirty-two must-hear, must-have tunes showcasing the other side of the post-punk revolution. For fans of house and techno, breaks, future funk, ambient soundscapes, IDM and concrète collages.

                                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                                          Side One
                                                                          1. The Single Off The Album – Five Times Of Dust
                                                                          2. Sedation – O Yuki Conjugate
                                                                          3. Faith – Nagamatzu
                                                                          4. Back To The Beginning – Spoon Fazer
                                                                          5. Western Vein – Konstruktivist

                                                                          Side Two
                                                                          1. Tight As A Drum – Thomas Leer
                                                                          2. God With Us – Bourbonese Qualk
                                                                          3. Go For The Throat – Portion Control
                                                                          4. God Speed – The Legendary Pink Dots
                                                                          5. Dying Inside – Renaldo And The Loaf

                                                                          Side Three
                                                                          1. Party Talk – André De Koning
                                                                          2. Ich Will – D.A.F.
                                                                          3. Impersonator – Carlos Person
                                                                          4. Son – Minny Pops
                                                                          5. Principles – Front 242
                                                                          6. Ohnne Titel – E.M.A.K.

                                                                          Side Four
                                                                          1. Biomutanten – Les Vampyrettes
                                                                          2. Hymne Au Ver – Bene Gesserit
                                                                          3. Troglodyten – Asmus Tietchens
                                                                          4. More Fun With Korg – Plus Instruments
                                                                          5. Lux – Schaltkreis Wassermann

                                                                          Side Five
                                                                          1. Push Me, Pull You (Pt 2) – Futurisk
                                                                          2. Creators – Data-Bank-A
                                                                          3. Archie’s Dub – K. Leimer
                                                                          4. Current Slaughter – Rhythm And Noise
                                                                          5. Lowdown – Galen Herod
                                                                          6. Be Good – Blackhouse

                                                                          Side Six
                                                                          1. Mambopolis – Richard Bone
                                                                          2. 99 Space Music – The Residents
                                                                          3. Oleo Strut – Marc Barreca
                                                                          4. Nite And Day (Homage À Cole Porter) – Tuxedo Moon
                                                                          5. Simulation-Stimulation (Edit) – Hunting Lodge

                                                                          Various Artists

                                                                          Africa Airways One & Two (Funk Connection 1973-1980, Funk Departures 1973-1982)

                                                                          First released in 2015 as two separate vinyl compilations, “Africa Airways” is a deep exploration into the furthest parts of 1970’s and early 1980’s. 

                                                                          The last decade has seen the un-tapping of an apparent endless well of music from the mother continent and this compilation (in our not so biased opinion) uncovers some of the cream of the crop and stands as one of the finest exponents of the African take on the music that it directly influenced, that being the funk and disco from the USA.

                                                                          Featuring music from Cameroon, Nigeria, South Africa and the international African diaspora with artists including Manu Dibango, Jo Tongo and Jake Sollo this a truly pan-African affair, full of analogue synths, polyrhythms, rich vocals, jangling guitars and production slicker than oil. For lovers of music to get down to, this will make your rubber soled shoes burn.

                                                                          The original pressing of the vinyl compilations sold out so quickly that another two represses had to be made to keep up with demand. For those not to latch on to the vinyl resurgence and prefer the old school CD format, this compilation is the one for you!!!

                                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                                          DISC: 1
                                                                          1: Africa Africa - Ekambi Brillant
                                                                          2: Black Gold - Tala AM 
                                                                          3: Kag Am - Kemayo
                                                                          4: Jangolo - Jo Tongo
                                                                          5: Mimbo - Manu Dibango
                                                                          6: Give It Up - Jo Bisso
                                                                          7: Mbongui - M'Bamina
                                                                          8: Father Time, Mother Nature - Jake Sollo
                                                                          9: Choco Date - Sookie
                                                                          10: Nande - African Soul Band

                                                                          DISC: 2
                                                                          1: Na Real SekeleFoYa - Pasteur Lappe
                                                                          2: KilowiKilowi - M'Bamina
                                                                          3: Aboki (Mon Copain) - Ekambi Brilliant
                                                                          4: Don't Do It - BongiMakeba
                                                                          5: Piani - Jo TONGO
                                                                          6: Relax (Before Doin' Sex) - Oscar Harris & The Twinkle Stars
                                                                          7: Get It On The Music - Bozambo
                                                                          8: Tata Ngoh - MisseNgoh
                                                                          9: Toyota Fantasy (John Bryan Edit) - Miriam Makeba

                                                                          Various Artists

                                                                          After Dark 3

                                                                            Every seven years, we release an After Dark label sampler, the long awaited third edition is finally here. Produced by Johnny Jewel, ‘After Dark 3’ features label mainstays Desire, Chromatics, Farah & introduces fresh blood from around the globe. A glimpse beyond the curtain, into what the new year sounds like for Italians Do It Better. In the tradition of our spaced out cinema disco, we present After Dark 3...The wallpaper of your dreams & the stardust of the future.

                                                                            TRACK LISTING

                                                                            1. Desire - Boy
                                                                            2. Orion - Higher
                                                                            3. Johnny Jewel - Surgery (Feat. Glüme)
                                                                            4. Double Mixte - Chambre 48 (Feat. Desire)
                                                                            5. Farah - Boyz R Bad
                                                                            6. Chromatics - TOY (ATRIP Remix)
                                                                            7. Love Object - Holodnoe Solnce
                                                                            8. Joon - Cruel Summer
                                                                            9. Glüme - Don't @ Me
                                                                            10. MOTHERMARY - Resurrection
                                                                            11. Orion - Space Girl
                                                                            12. Guy Gerber - Cameo
                                                                            13. Causeway - We Were Never Lost
                                                                            14. Club Intl - Crush
                                                                            15. Double Mixte - Tirage En Croix
                                                                            16. Joon - Worse Things Than Feeling Lonely
                                                                            17. Pink Gloves - Fading Stars (Johnny Jewel Remix)
                                                                            18. Chromatics - Endless Sleep

                                                                            Various Artists

                                                                            After Hours

                                                                              This is a brilliant collection of Northern soul stompers dug up from the Warners, Atlantic, Atco and Reprise vaults. All the tracks are picked by Northern authority Richard Searling, who also provides extensive sleeve notes. All that and a great photo of (presumably) Wigan Casino from the on the front cover!!

                                                                              School is back in session! A decade removed from their acclaimed Homeschooled compilation comes a new class of talent show titans. With enterprising parents, neighbors and teachers turning play dates into recording dates, groups like Magical Connection, Little Man and the Inquires, and Five Ounces of Soul emulated the Jacksons, who'd made grade-school stardom appear easy as ABC. "Afterschool Special: The 123s Of Kid Soul" contains 19 tiny tunes ranging from bilingual D.A.R.E. anthem, to James Brown bio, to young love and life beyond the playground. 

                                                                              STAFF COMMENTS

                                                                              says: Numero have done it again! Risking respiratory disease and a bad case of diggers knee (you know what I'm talking about) the reissue masters teach us a lesson with their second excursion into the strange and beautiful world of grade school funk.

                                                                              TRACK LISTING

                                                                              Bethlehem Center Children's Choir - I'm A Special Kid
                                                                              Scott Three - Runnin' Wild (Ain't Gonna Help You)
                                                                              Jimi Hill - Guessing Games
                                                                              Leonard (Lil' Man) Kaigler - You Got Me Believing
                                                                              Cash - I Love You Still
                                                                              Brighter Side Of Darkness - Because I Love You
                                                                              Next Movement - Every Where You Go
                                                                              The Bennett's - I Want A Little Girl
                                                                              Future Kind - Simon Says
                                                                              The Dynamics - I'm Free, No Dope For Me
                                                                              The Brother's Rap - The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
                                                                              The Greer Brothers - We Don't Dig No Busing (The Busing Song)
                                                                              Little Man & The Inquires - Funky Breakdown
                                                                              Five Ounces Of Soul - Love Got A Piece Of Your Mind
                                                                              Magical Connection - Girl Why Do You Want To Take My Heart
                                                                              Soul Emotions & Co - It's Time For Love
                                                                              Brotherly Five - Losing My Girl
                                                                              The Mighty Mustangs - The Other Guy
                                                                              Nancy Dupree With A Group Of Youngsters - James Brown

                                                                              Various Artists

                                                                              Alex Attias Presents LillyGood Party Vol. 2

                                                                                Swiss DJ Alex Attias returns to BBE with a second helping of uptempo cuts, perfectly encapsulating his LillyGood Party! sound. Founder of the recently revived Visions imprint, a long-time collector and a revered selector, Alex Attias is, before everything, a refined producer whose musical craft has seen him travel the globe, most notably with an extended stint in the birthplace of the bruk sound, London. The tracks you’ll find on this compilation are all current favourites, or proven classics that have never left Alex's record box at the LillyGood Parties, a gathering Alex and his brother Stephane run in their hometown of Lausanne, Switzerland. LillyGood Party! Vol.2 is another testament to Attias’ unswerving taste for smooth yet intricate, subtly layered yet deeply rooted dance compositions; some subtly edited for maximum dance-floor effect. Featuring instantly recognisable names such as Louie Vega's Elements Of Life, Peven Everett and even Pharoah Sanders, LillyGood Party 2 also sheds light on some lesser-known artists, digging out some gems, buried deep across the jazz, disco and electronic musical strata. 

                                                                                STAFF COMMENTS

                                                                                says: More jazzy than my usual preferences; this great compilation has got me shacking my arse in ways not previously known! Someone put me on a dancefloor!

                                                                                TRACK LISTING

                                                                                SIDE A
                                                                                1. How Bad I Want Ya (GU Peak True Time Mix) – Stacy Kidd Feat. Peven Everett
                                                                                SIDE B
                                                                                1. Children Of The World (Ben Brophy Edit) – The Elements Of Life Feat. Josh Milan
                                                                                SIDE C
                                                                                1. Gwotet (Alex Attias Edit) – David Murray & The Gwo-Ka Masters Feat. Pharoah Sanders
                                                                                2. Freedom Flight – Mausiki Scales (Alex Attias LillyGood Party Edit)
                                                                                SIDE D
                                                                                1. Open Up Your Mind (Honeycomb Vocal Mix) – Universal Tongues Feat. Elle
                                                                                2. Star Child Going Home – MJ Lallo

                                                                                Various Artists

                                                                                Alias - Collected Remixes

                                                                                  Anticon bring us a hand-picked collection of Alias' greatest work as a remixer. All the tracks are super-rare, out of print or previously unreleased, including reworks of Lucky Pierre, Lali Puna, John Vanderslice, Sixtoo, Christ and more. The tracks play like an artist album, each song the proud new owner of the Alias trademark: Alternately searing and frostbitten production, reverberating and crunchy, built on considered keystrokes, finely cut click'n'pop, guitar pickings and drum machine ballistics.

                                                                                  London’s Release / Sustain imprint returns with a four-track package featuring material from Eduardo De La Calle, XDB, Joey Anderson & Moody Waters feat. Carolina Damas.

                                                                                  The Release / Sustain imprint has gone from strength to strength over the years, welcoming the likes of Alton Miller, DJ Aakmael, Benjamin Brunn, Losoul, Norm Talley and many more respected names in underground house and techno over its past twenty nine releases.

                                                                                  Cult Spanish maestro, Eduardo De La Calle kicks us off with concentric technoid tension of "The Protosoul"; helicopter synth shards spiraling again a taut, discordant pattern that's very much in line with what Surgeon or Jeff Mills might twat out mid-session (albeit possibly at +8%!!).

                                                                                  XDB then offers up heady, subtly blooming leads, pulsing subs and shuffled drums with "Another Night" next. Certain to set forward-learning floors alight with its unrivaled sound design and mind-expanding palette. Proper techno this.

                                                                                  Opening the flip is New York’s Joey Anderson with "Drum Play" which as the name suggest sees the percussive aspects dynamically evolve throughout amongst choppy bass hits, stuttered arpeggio blips and warm string melodies. Moody Waters then teams up with Carolina Damas, vocalist on anthemic house cut "Sueno Latino" (!!!) for "Acid Lovin", edging into deeper territory with ethereal pads, crunchy drums and squelching 303 licks while Damas’ soft, spoken-word Latin vocals wander within. Essential? Youbetcha.

                                                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                                                  A. Eduardo De La Calle - The Protosoul
                                                                                  AA. XDB - Another Night
                                                                                  B. Joey Anderson - Drum Play
                                                                                  BB. Moody Waters Feat. Carolina Damas - Acid Lovin 

                                                                                  Various Artists

                                                                                  All Tomorrow's Parties 1.0

                                                                                    Compilation to coincide with the second All Tomorrows Parties weekender. Rare / previously unreleased tracks or versions of tracks, from The Sea And Cake, Broadcast, Calexico, Tortoise, Boards of Canada, Autechre amongst others.

                                                                                    Various Artists

                                                                                    American Epic: The Best Of Country

                                                                                      Early champions of Country Music - The Carter Family, Uncle Dave Macon, the Massey Family, Jimmie Rodgers and many more - have been painstakingly remastered using a mix of analog and digital technology for a hybrid sound that is simultaneously contemporary, immediate but still completely true-to-form.

                                                                                      Various Artists

                                                                                      American Folk Blues Festival Live In Manchester 1962

                                                                                        Manchester Free Trade Hall was host to two concerts on Sunday October 21st 1962 that acted as a catalyst to the nascent British Blues & R&B boom, on the verge of breaking out of its suburban home in Ealing, West London. The shows were promoted by Stockport-based Paddy MacKiernan under the Jazz Unlimited banner and attracted a crowd of around two thousand enthusiasts, who saw the first major concert in Britain to feature American bluesmen. Manchester was the only UK date on the 1962 American Folk-Blues Festival tour and it was attended by blues fans from all over the country through what Paul Jones called ‘the bush telegraph’. With Jones were Alexis Korner and Macclesfield-born John Mayall, plus extraordinarily a contingent of younger fans who had made the trip in a clapped out van from London. Why extraordinary? Because the van contained some of the future superstars of the British scene: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones and Jimmy Page. The Stones by this time had just a dozen gigs under their belts and Page had recently embarked on the first stage of his career as a session guitarist. David Williams dedicates a whole chapter to the road trip in his book The First Time We Met The Blues. “It must have been around early September 1962 when news filtered down the grapevine…We could hardly believe that real blues artists were going to appear here in our country…were regarded somewhat like mystic gods within our circle…(Jimmy Page) realised that he would not be able to make the journey with us as he was already booked to play a gig with Neil Christian on the Saturday night…it was agreed Jim would travel up by train on the Sunday and we would find space for him in the van for the journey back overnight…Graham (Ackers) was a pretty good driver and soon managed to find his way through Central London to a square ...where we picked up Mick, Keith and Brian.” Keith Richards remembers it differently, “Mick sometimes had the use of his parents’ Triumph Herald at the weekend and I remember we went to see a big blues show in Manchester.” Jimmy Page: “When David Williams told me of the impending visit of the initial American Folk-Blues Festival to England, I was keen to join the pilgrimage to Manchester. It was not only the first time that I would actually see artists like John Lee Hooker and T-Bone Walker perform, but it was also the first time I met Mick Jagger, Brian Jones and Keith Richards, who came with us on the trip. We were all like-minded enthusiasts and in those days we regarded the artists we were going to see as idols.” ABC TV filmed the second show and broadcast it in two parts for its Tempo programme. The recordings (from the Newby collection) are of excellent sound quality and were taken off air by direct line into a Tandberg reel to reel recorder. 

                                                                                        TRACK LISTING

                                                                                        1. Tempo Introduction
                                                                                        2. Brownie McGhee Introduction
                                                                                        3. Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee - Kansas City Blues
                                                                                        4. Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee - I’m Leaving In The Morning
                                                                                        5. Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee - I’m A Poor Man But A Good Man
                                                                                        6. Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee - Easy Rider
                                                                                        7. Memphis Slim Introduction 8. Memphis Slim - Just A Dream
                                                                                        9. Willie Dixon - Sittin’ And Cryin’ The Blues
                                                                                        10. T-Bone Walker - Call It Stormy Monday
                                                                                        11. T-Bone Walker - My Baby Is Now On My Mind
                                                                                        12. T-Bone Walker (& Ensemble) - Bye Bye Baby

                                                                                        Various Artists

                                                                                        American Noise Vol. 2

                                                                                          American Noise Vol. 2 is the anticipated second limited edition vinyl release soundtrack companion to The Smart Studios Story , a groundbreaking documentary about the history of Madison, Wisconsin’s Smart Studios and its role in recording and supporting DIY / independent music in the Midwest. The critically acclaimed film chronicles thirty years of Midwest rock history and links early indie bands to the larger story of American rock history.

                                                                                          While American Noise: Vol 1 shared the earliest Butch Vig recordings of local, unsigned bands, Vol 2 includes artists who traveled from other scenes in the US to record at the fledgling studio between 1987 and 1993.This era coincides with the growing reputation of producers Butch Vig and Steve Marker—two self-taught, DIY studio owners whose skills took the raw sound of local bands and created polished, powerful analog recordings.

                                                                                          Through touring bands, college radio, and The Sub Pop Singles Club, their early work, most notably with Killdozer and Die Kreuzen, caught the attention of credible indie labels like Sub Pop, Touch And Go, and Alternative Tentacles.Following the release of Nirvana’s pivotal Nevermind, both Vig and the studio received an explosion of attention.

                                                                                          More and more artists sought to record with him and many of them wanted to do it in the crumbling, two-story red brick building on East Washington Avenue. All of the tracks on American Noise Vol. 2 come out of this period. Sonically, it spans the broad spectrum of Smart’s clientele at the time. Pop, acoustic, beat and the heaviest of heavy, chuck full of dirt, growl and thump the way Smart was always able to deliver.

                                                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                                                          1. TAD - Jack Pepsi
                                                                                          2. Cherubs - Shoofly
                                                                                          3. Laughing Hyenas - Wild Heart
                                                                                          4. Die Kreuzen - Gone Away
                                                                                          5. Killdozer - Lupus
                                                                                          6. The Crucifucks - Wisconsin
                                                                                          7. Cosmic Psychos - Dead Roo
                                                                                          8. Young Fresh Fellows - Sittin? On A Pitchfork
                                                                                          9. The Fluid - Our Love
                                                                                          10. Gumball - Accelerator
                                                                                          11. Urge Overkill - Faroutski
                                                                                          12. The Singing Irishman - Balloon Man

                                                                                          Various Artists

                                                                                          American Patchwork

                                                                                            2xLP set of performances documented by Alan Lomax during his final American field recording project, newly remastered and all previously unreleased on vinyl!

                                                                                            This set brings together the standout recordings Lomax made in his attempt to document the last vestiges of the “local surround” in Mississippi, Appalachia, and Louisiana. Intimate performances by R.L. Burnside, Tommy Jarrell, Boyd Rivers, Napoleon Strickland and many more form a rich tapestry of distinctly American musical traditions.

                                                                                            Double 12” 160g black vinyl LP with color tip-on gatefold jacket printed by Stoughton. Includes 8 page, oversize color insert with liner notes by Nathan Salsburg of the Alan Lomax Archive. Cover art by Joe Light.

                                                                                            From 1978 to 1983, Alan Lomax and a video-crew travelled through the American South and Southwest, documenting its traditional music — miners, moonshiners, and Primitive Baptists in Kentucky; flat-footers, string bands, and Piedmont blues in North Carolina; Cajun cowboys, fiddlers, and zydeco stompers in French-speaking Louisiana; and fife-and- drum ensembles, gospel quartets, former railroad track-liners, levee-camp muleskinners, and players on the pre-war blues circuit in Mississippi.

                                                                                            This footage ultimately totaled some 350 hours and was edited into Lomax’s “American Patchwork” series, which aired on American public television in 1991. But given the strictures of the form, hundreds of discrete performances and compelling scenes were left unseen and unheard.

                                                                                            TRACK LISTING

                                                                                            Side A: 1. R.L. Burnside - See My Jumper 2. Janette And Joe Carter - Will You Miss Me When I’m Gone? 3. Sheila Kay Adams - Little Margaret / Banjo Instrumental / Dinah 4. Joe Savage - Peace In The Valley 5. Holly Springs Sacred Harp Singers - David’s Lamentation

                                                                                            Side B: 1. Clyde Maxwell And Group - You Got To Cross That River Jordan 2. Vaughn Eller - Fly Around My Blue Eyed Gal 3. Dennis McGee - Two Step De Eunice 4. Dink Roberts - Fox Chase 5. Laethe Eller - Way Up In The New Bright World 6. Boyd & Ruth May Rivers - Somebody Touched Me7. Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers - Give Me Just A Little More Time

                                                                                            Side C: 1. Lois Short - Little Birdie 2. Dellie Chandler Norton - Early, Early In The Spring 3. Tommy Jarrell - Reuben 4. Canray Fontenot - Bonsoir Moreau 5. Ray Hicks - Reuben 6. Belton Sutherland - Blues #2 7. Nimrod Worlman - Mother Jones’ Will

                                                                                            Side D: 1. Napoleon Strickland & The Como Drum Corps - My Babe 2. Lawreence “Black” Ardoin And Band - Why You Wanna Make Me Cry 3. Moving Star Hall Singers - I’m Going To Trust In The Lord 4. Napoleon Strickland - Jesus Stop By Here 5. Boyd & Ruth May Rivers - Fire Shed In My Bones

                                                                                            Various Artists

                                                                                            AMP Hardcore

                                                                                            Another week, another bargain hardcore compilation to tempt you to part with your pennies. This time AMP (American Music Press) magazine has cobbled together a collection of America's finest hardcore outfits - Atreyu, Most Precious Blood, Throwdown, Madball being amongst the artists which will very likely be pissing your neighbours off in the not too distant future...

                                                                                            Various Artists

                                                                                            Andy Votel Presents Brazilika

                                                                                              Following on from previous "Brazilka" selectors by dance music pioneers Kenny Dope and 4hero, Far Out Recordings decided to peer further down the periscope and brought in Manchester based producer and psychedelic rock librarian Andy Votel for a high octane and nonstop Brazilian block party mix. Votel's twisted tale unearths a vast array of weird and wonderful musical stories. Expertly squeezed, segued and sequenced together, Votel's rapid fire journey ventures into both the fondly remembered Tropicalia period and a period less well known, characterised by obscure acid rock, freak folk and other mutations of Musica Popular Brasileira (MPB).

                                                                                              Various Artists

                                                                                              Angelheaded Hipster: The Songs Of Marc Bolan & T. Rex

                                                                                                An extraordinary tribute album to one of rock's great composers, Marc Bolan, which was also made under the direction of the legendary Hal Willner, ‘Angel Headed Hipster: The Songs of Marc Bolan & T. Rex’ is a collection of major stars including Elton John, U2, Joan Jett, Nick Cave, Peaches and Marc Almond who have reinterpreted and reimagined some of Marc Bolan &T.Rex’s greatest tracks including Jeepster, Bang A Gong (Get It On) and Ride A White Swan.

                                                                                                The album, which was made under the direction of Hal Willner who sadly passed away on 7th April, is launching along with the audio and video of Nick Cave’s moving reinterpretation of ‘Cosmic Dancer’. The video will be included onNick Cave & The Bad Seeds Tee Vee, a newly launched 24 hour Nick Cave stream.

                                                                                                STAFF COMMENTS

                                                                                                says: On his final project before his passing in April, Hal Willner invited a suitably diverse group to pay tribute to Marc Bolan. But ‘Angelheaded Hipster’ is just as much a testament to Willner’s uncanny knack for connecting people as it is to the source material; How else do you explain a musical cast containing Kesha, Elton John and Todd Rundgren?

                                                                                                Various Artists

                                                                                                Angola Soundtrack 2 - Hypnosis, Distortions & Other Sonic Innovations 1969 - 1978

                                                                                                A Portuguese civil servant, entrepreneur and Angolan music fan named Luis Montês self-designed Kutonocas, Sunday afternoon live music festivals started in Luanda in 1961 and is the basis on which this great compilation is built.

                                                                                                This compilation is a dedication to the short lived recording industry in Angola, a brief moment of history between 1969 and 1978 in which three recording companies produced approximately 800 records, mostly singles. They are rare jewels, each song with a significant story and feel behind it. You will hear exciting music blazed with the anticipation of emancipation, tracks fuelled with a sense of unity, community, importance and immediacy. This addictive, outlawed music from Angola shakes and grooves with the smoothness of staccato machine gunfire. The intimacy of those participating in this musical revolution meant they playfully and professionally wanted to trump each other’s style due to the limited recording and performing opportunities. The optimism of Independence can be heard in these recordings; a common goal between the audience and musicians.

                                                                                                The characteristically generous liner notes feature 44 pages acquired in coordination with the National Library of Luanda and the art magazine “Note E Dia” and Analog Africa head honcho Samy Ben Redjeb has managed to collect newspaper clips, extremely rare pictures of the bands on stage and printed interviews from the 70s.

                                                                                                TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                CD Version:
                                                                                                Avante Juventude - Os Angos
                                                                                                Senhor Doutor - Quim Manuel
                                                                                                H'hoca - Tony Von
                                                                                                Kia Lomingo - Urbano De Castro
                                                                                                Bina - Jovens Do Prenda
                                                                                                Mabele - Oscar Neves
                                                                                                Agarrem - Africa Ritmos
                                                                                                Saudades De Luanda - Os Kiezos
                                                                                                Bongololo - Kito
                                                                                                N'Ga Kuna M'Butu - Muhongo
                                                                                                Lemba - Negoleiros Do Ritmo
                                                                                                Snipes - Dicanzas Do Prenda
                                                                                                Bazooka - Carlo Lamartine
                                                                                                Divua Diami - Cisco
                                                                                                Meca - Levis Vercky's
                                                                                                Chamavo - Elias Dia Kimuezo /
                                                                                                Olha O Pica - Africa Ritmos

                                                                                                LP Version:
                                                                                                LP 1:
                                                                                                Avante Juventude - Os Angos
                                                                                                Senhor Doutor - Quim Manuel
                                                                                                N'Hoca - Tony Von
                                                                                                Kia Lomingo - Urbano De Castro
                                                                                                Bina - Jovens Do Prenda
                                                                                                Mabele -Oscar Neves
                                                                                                Agarrem - Africa Ritmos /
                                                                                                Saudades De Luanda - Os Kiezos

                                                                                                LP 2:
                                                                                                Bongololo - Kito
                                                                                                N'Ga Kuna M'butu - Muhongo
                                                                                                Lemba - Negoleiros Do Ritmo
                                                                                                Snipes - Dicanzas Do Prenda
                                                                                                Bazooka - Carlo Lamartine
                                                                                                Divua Diami - Cisco
                                                                                                Meca - Levis Vercky's
                                                                                                Chamavo - Elias Dia Kimuezo
                                                                                                Olha O Pica - Africa Ritmos

                                                                                                Various Artists

                                                                                                Ann Arbor Blues Festival 1969

                                                                                                  Ann Arbor Blues Festival 1969, is a 50th anniversary celebration collecting previously unheard songs by such blues legends as Howlin’ Wolf, Muddy Waters, B.B. King, James Cotton, Son House, Magic Sam, T-Bone Walker, Junior Wells, Big Mama Thornton, Clifton Chenier, Son House, Mississippi Fred McDowell, Lightnin’ Hopkins, J. B. Hutto & His Hawks, Roosevelt Sykes, Luther Allison, Otis Rush, Big Joe Williams, Charlie Musselwhite and more. 

                                                                                                  The historic gathering was presented by a small group of blues-obsessed University of Michigan students determined to give their blues heroes a public spotlight where they might shine before it was too late. Among those enterprising student-promoters was John Fishel, whose teenage brother Jim Fishel, gathered some friends to help record the festival as a personal memento. Taking advantage of their all-access pass and juggling a small Norelco tape recorder from set to set, the friends let the 1⁄4” tape roll. Though field recordings in the literal sense of the term, they capture the brilliance of the musicians, the excitement of the crowd and the loose, convivial nature of the entire festival. Those tapes, long thought to be lost, have now been lovingly restored to capture the electric energy of the landmark concert. Both volumes include never-before-seen photographs, an exclusive reminiscence from Jim Fishel, and extensive liner notes by Parker Fishel, Sophie Abramowitz and David Beal.

                                                                                                  STAFF COMMENTS

                                                                                                  says: Released on Jack White’s Third Man label, this is a 50th anniversary documentation of the historic and legendary blues festival. Sprawling across a double CD and two volumes of vinyl this epic compilation features previously unheard material from the likes of Muddy Waters, Son House, Howlin’ Wolf, Lightnin’ Hopkins and many many more.

                                                                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                  LP1 Tracklisting
                                                                                                  1 Dirty Mother For You – Roosevelt Sykes
                                                                                                  2 So Glad You’re Mine – Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup
                                                                                                  3 Too Much Alcohol – J.B. Hutto & His Hawks
                                                                                                  4 I Wonder Why – Jimmy “Fast Fingers” Dawkins
                                                                                                  5 Help Me (A Tribute To Sonny Boy Williamson) – Junior Wells
                                                                                                  6 I’ve Got A Mind To Give Up Living – B.B. King With Sonny Freeman And The Unusuals
                                                                                                  7 John Henry – Mississippi Fred McDowell
                                                                                                  8 Pinetop’s Boogie Woogie – Pinetop Perkins
                                                                                                  9 Introduction – Big Bill Hill
                                                                                                  10 Everybody Must Suffer/Stone Crazy – Luther Allison And The Blue Nebulae
                                                                                                  11 Tu M’as Promis L’amour (You Promised Me Love) – Clifton Chenier
                                                                                                  12 Hard Luck – The Original Howlin’ Wolf And His Orchestra
                                                                                                  13 So Many Roads, So Many Trains – Otis Rush

                                                                                                  LP2 Tracklisting
                                                                                                  1 Long Distance Call – Muddy Waters
                                                                                                  2 Movin’ And Groovin’ – Charlie Musselwhite
                                                                                                  3 I Feel So Good (I Wanna Boogie) – Magic Sam
                                                                                                  4 Jelly Jelly Blues – Shirley Griffith
                                                                                                  5 Mojo Boogie – Big Mojo Elem
                                                                                                  6 Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday Is Just As Bad) – T-Bone Walker
                                                                                                  7 Announcements – Big Bill Hill
                                                                                                  8 Ball And Chain – Big Mama Thornton And The Hound Doggers
                                                                                                  9 Juanita – Big Joe Williams
                                                                                                  10 Key To The Highway – Sam Lay
                                                                                                  11 Mojo Hand – Lightnin’ Hopkins
                                                                                                  12 Off The Wall – James Cotton Blues Band
                                                                                                  13 Death Letter Blues – Son House

                                                                                                  2CD Tracklisting
                                                                                                  ANN ARBOR BLUES FESTIVAL 1969 - VOL. 1
                                                                                                  1 Dirty Mother For You – Roosevelt Sykes
                                                                                                  2 So Glad You’re Mine – Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup
                                                                                                  3 Too Much Alcohol – J.B. Hutto & His Hawks
                                                                                                  4 I Wonder Why – Jimmy “Fast Fingers” Dawkins
                                                                                                  5 Help Me (A Tribute To Sonny Boy Williamson) – Junior Wells
                                                                                                  6 I’ve Got A Mind To Give Up Living – B.B. King With Sonny Freeman And The Unusuals
                                                                                                  7 John Henry – Mississippi Fred McDowell
                                                                                                  8 Everybody Must Suffer/Stone Crazy – Luther Allison And The Blue Nebulae
                                                                                                  9 Tu M’as Promis L’amour (You Promised Me Love) – Clifton Chenier
                                                                                                  10 Hard Luck – The Original Howlin’ Wolf And His Orchestra
                                                                                                  11 So Many Roads, So Many Trains – Otis Rush

                                                                                                  ANN ARBOR BLUES FESTIVAL 1969 - VOL. 2
                                                                                                  1 Long Distance Call – Muddy Waters
                                                                                                  2 Movin’ And Groovin’ – Charlie Musselwhite
                                                                                                  3 I Feel So Good (I Wanna Boogie) – Magic Sam
                                                                                                  4 Jelly Jelly Blues – Shirley Griffith
                                                                                                  5 Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday Is Just As Bad) – T-Bone Walker
                                                                                                  6 Ball And Chain – Big Mama Thornton And The Hound Doggers
                                                                                                  7 Juanita – Big Joe Williams
                                                                                                  8 Key To The Highway – Sam Lay
                                                                                                  9 Mojo Hand – Lightnin’ Hopkins
                                                                                                  11 Off The Wall – James Cotton Blues Band
                                                                                                  12 Death Letter Blues – Son House

                                                                                                  For musicians inhabiting the Antipodean countries of Australia and New Zealand during the 70’s and 80’s, it was a geographically and culturally isolating environment. Boutique shops, community radio and mail order exchanges championed independent and contemporary music from across the globe. It was, however, this isolation that caused a number of small community-focused scenes to evolve, creating their own unique interpretation and reappropriation of outside influences. Through both these scenes and government initiatives, a vast amount of music emerged on self-released and independent labels.

                                                                                                  Yet, even among small scenes that were creating unique sounds, a number of artists seemed to be making music that was neither here nor there, often meshing together numerous genres and influences to create anomalous sounds. Artists like Olev Muska along with Ingrid Slamer meshed traditional folk songs of their Estonian heritage with cutting edge computer technology. Ngahiwi Apanui used his native language of Te Reo and a “cheap drum machine” to create a pulsating tale that highlights the creation of Aotearoa (the Maori name for New Zealand); while the Free Radicals would sing through PVC pipes to construct their vision of post-apocalyptic tribal music. Sydney’s Nic Lyon used his classical training to craft a distinctive gem which matched eastern and African influenced instruments with synchopated drum machines, while artists like Delaney Venn and Toy Division managed to challenge their post-punk sensibilities by blending both dub and atmospheric sounds respectively.

                                                                                                  STAFF COMMENTS

                                                                                                  says: Much like the frankly absurd menagerie which makes up Australia and New Zealand's wildlife, the Antipodean music scene evolved in isolation from the rest of the world, brilliantly throwing up the odd dub meets white funk funk diy madness captured on this Left Ear comp. Audio platypodes the lot of them!

                                                                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                  1. Olev Muska - Karjapoisi Lugu (A Shepherd's Tale)
                                                                                                  2. Delaney/Venn - Cub Dub
                                                                                                  3. Free Radicals - Don't Ask
                                                                                                  4. Toy Division - Melbourne Winter
                                                                                                  5. Ngahiwi Apanui - He Whakapapa
                                                                                                  6. Errol H. Tout - Metaphoric Allusions
                                                                                                  7. Nic Lyon - Woody
                                                                                                  8. Helen Ripley-Marshall - Green Chaos
                                                                                                  9. Track 9Rainbow Generator - City Of The Sun 

                                                                                                  A compilation of classic AOR ('adult orientated rock', although we detect more of a starboard lean towards yacht rock) tracks that have been sampled by some of hip hop’s finest, such as Biz Markie, 2Pac, Warren G, Snoop Dogg, Puff Daddy…This is a compilation of those original AOR tracks, and features major artists including Steve Miller Band, Joe Cocker, Boz Scaggs, Michael McDonald, Toto, Kenny Loggins, ELO and more.

                                                                                                  “What possible appeal could AOR have for the street wise hip-hop producer? Well for a start these records were very common. Many sold in their millions, and even those that didn’t, at a time when the record industry was in very rude health were pressed in great numbers. If you were an impoverished would be hip hop producer they would be available for cents in thrift stores and other repositories of vinyl ephemera. Once they had bought the record they were in for a surprise. These records could contain a hell of a lot of soul.”

                                                                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                  Side 1
                                                                                                  1. Steve Miller Band - Fly Like An Eagle
                                                                                                  2. Grateful Dead - Shakedown Street
                                                                                                  3. Joe Cocker - Woman To Woman
                                                                                                  4. Boz Scaggs - Lowdown

                                                                                                  Side 2
                                                                                                  1. Michael McDonald - I Keep Forgettin (Every Time You're Near)
                                                                                                  2. Christopher Cross - Sailing
                                                                                                  3. Kenny Loggins - This Is It
                                                                                                  4. George Benson - Give Me The Night

                                                                                                  Side 3
                                                                                                  1. Daryl Hall & John Oates - I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)
                                                                                                  2. Toto - Africa
                                                                                                  3. Steve Reich - Electric Counterpoint - Fast (movement 3)
                                                                                                  4. Seals And Crofts - Summer Breeze

                                                                                                  Side 4
                                                                                                  1. The Doobie Brothers - Minute By Minute
                                                                                                  2. Rickie Lee Jones - Company
                                                                                                  3. Michael Franks - Mr. Blue
                                                                                                  4. Electric Light Orchestra - Tightrope

                                                                                                  First was "Neurotic Reactions", then "Some Songs Stuck In My Mind" and now it's "Artificial Faces!" One of the most exciting and higher quality compilation labels is back with another eclectic comp featuring 16 underground dancefloor tracks from the late 60s/early 70s. Groovy psychedelia, freakbeat, garage, hard funky-rock grooves... you can expect the usual dose of fuzz guitars, Hammond organs, drum breaks and psychedelic effects! Including bands and artists from USA, South America, France, Spain. Listen to the crazy electro-psych sounds from Erasmo Carlos, Elevators influenced garage-psych by The Hobbits, female garage by Sonia and Enchanted Forest, Spanish soul-freakbeat by Nino Bravo, John Wonderling with the original pop-sike version of "Midway Down", later popularised by The Creation, heavy phasing-psych by Giant Crab, Brazilian fuzz-freakbeat by Eduardo Araujo, hard psychedelic grooves by Skins, The Bag... and more! Fully remastered sound, great artwork, with detailed liner notes and pictures.

                                                                                                  Various Artists

                                                                                                  Asian Disco

                                                                                                    Following the incredible (and successful!) compilation Taiwan Disco, the master minds behind Aberrant Records present us with this delicious record.

                                                                                                    Subtitled "Disco Divas, Funky Queens and Psych Ladies from Asia from the 70s to the early 90s" you don´t have to take a wild guess to figure out what you´ll find here, a treasure trove filled with exotic jewels from Thailand, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Indonesia and South Korea, from Asian Funk to Psych tinged awesomeness, Disco madness and much more. Dig it!

                                                                                                    TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                    SIDE ONE
                                                                                                    1. Chailai & Sawanee /

                                                                                                    Various Artists

                                                                                                    Asian Man Records Presents - Mailorder For The Masses

                                                                                                      29 great songs for £4.99! COME ON! Here's the latest Asian Man Records sampler, tracks from Link 80, Alkaline Trio, MU330, Colossal, The Lawrence Arms, The Chinkees and all the usual Asian Man suspects.

                                                                                                      Various Artists

                                                                                                      Athlete - The Best / Worst Of Dual Plover

                                                                                                        One of the best VVM CDs for some time, a fine collection of releases from cult Australian label Dual Plover. 73 minutes of music ranging from the hilarious synth pop bullying anthem from New Waver "We're Gonna Get You After School" to the telephone death threats of Damien Gooley and the more well known artists like Deerhoof, Curse Ov Dialects and Sailor Songs (aka Gina VD from Cobra Killer).

                                                                                                        Various Artists

                                                                                                        Atomic Blonde

                                                                                                          Mondo in partnership with Backlot Records is proud to present the amazing soundtrack to Atomic Blonde. Set during the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, this mix-tape album incorporates the best music of the 80's as well as elements of Tyler Bates' terrific original score. Original artwork by classic pulp novel artist Ron Lesser.

                                                                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                          Side A
                                                                                                          01. Cat People (Putting Out Fire) – David Bowie
                                                                                                          02. Major Tom (Völlig Losgelöst) – Peter Schilling
                                                                                                          03. Blue Monday – HEALTH
                                                                                                          04. C*cks*cker – Tyler Bates
                                                                                                          Side B
                                                                                                          05. 99 Luftballons – Nena
                                                                                                          06. Father Figure – George Michael
                                                                                                          07. Der Kommissar – After The Fire
                                                                                                          08. Cities In Dust – Siouxsie And The Banshees
                                                                                                          Side C
                                                                                                          09. The Politics Of Dancing – Re-Flex
                                                                                                          10. Stigmata – Marilyn Manson & Tyler Bates
                                                                                                          11. Demonstration – Tyler Bates
                                                                                                          Side D
                                                                                                          12. I Ran (So Far Away) – A Flock Of Seagulls
                                                                                                          13. 99 Luftballons – Kaleida
                                                                                                          14. Voices Carry – ‘Til Tuesday
                                                                                                          15. London Calling – The Clash
                                                                                                          16. Finding The UHF Device – Tyler Bates

                                                                                                          The 17th edition of the strictly vinyl only Attack The Dancefloor Series is here, and this time it's all about exclusive remix tackle.

                                                                                                          First up we got the Freerange boss in to remix the classic Sunburst Band track ‘He Is’. The mighty Jimpster has turned in a rich and sublime mix that truly deserves to be called Deep House. Warm Rhodes licks twinkle over deep kicks dubbed out guitars and hazy echoes. The whole track is drenched in Jimpster's deft touch as a producer and we think this is one of his best remixes. A Heavenly rework you might say.

                                                                                                          Next up is a long lost remix from Andrés of ‘I Recoginise’ by Joey Negro. Never before released this was unearthed deep within a hard drive in the ZR vaults, now seeing the light of day it deserves. Andrés does what you would expect of him delivering a bass heavy MPC driven rework, utilising the synth lines and vocoder to great effect.

                                                                                                          Fresh off a run of hot remixes for Glitterbox is Razor n Tape’s JKriv who turns the disco arpeggios up to 11 with his soaring remix of Prospect Park’s ’The Kinda Love’ complete with live strings and percussion.

                                                                                                          Last but not least, The Visions’s dreamy piano led remix of the classic 'My Vision' by Jakatta featuring none other than Seal on lead vocals.

                                                                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                          A1. The Sunburst Band - He Is (Jimpster Remix)
                                                                                                          A2. Joey Negro - I Recognise (feat Sacha Williamson - Andres Remix)
                                                                                                          B1. Prospect Park - The Kinda Love (Jkriv Original Vibe Remix)
                                                                                                          B2. Jakatta - My Vision (feat Seal - The Vision Remix)

                                                                                                          Doug Willis returns with a club banger in the form of “The Mighty Douglas”. A euphoric ride in the sky with live gospel organ-led instrumentation, whilst vocals are provided by Taka Boom (Chak Chak Chaka Khans Lil sis). Hallelujah! We then have Mr Basejam delivering one of his groovy chugging mid-tempo mixes of this forthcoming ZR release by Mr Wrightangle. Live strings, syncopated clav and overly loud organismic dog howls are the order of the day here.

                                                                                                          On the flip we have the prolific Atjazz who turns his hand on that classic Jakatta track ‘American Dream’. He reconstructs it elements with great precision as he lays out swinging drums & sparkling percussion to back up a seriously groove led bassline and slick synth work. The legendary US soul funk act of “Come Go With Me” fame release a brand new song in the shape of optimistic gospel tinged “Work It Out”. Dave Lee works his magic on the mix to tease in some of their classic old sound into the instrumentation.

                                                                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                          A1. Doug Willis - The Mighty Douglas (Doug's Godbizniss Mix)
                                                                                                          A2. Roland Wrightangle Feat. Darcus - In Your Blood (Ron Basejam Mix)
                                                                                                          B1. Jakatta - American Dream - (Atjazz Remix)
                                                                                                          B2. Pockets - Work It Out (Dave Lee Rework)

                                                                                                          Will Saul’s Aus Music label is now into its tenth year, and with that, fittingly enough, comes its landmark 100th release. For this special occasion, the ever evolving label has put together a comprehensive 24 track quadruple vinyl and triple CD compilation. 'Aus 100' will feature new and exclusive tracks from the boss as well as key family members Bicep, Midland, Huxley, Deetron, Nick Hoppner, Pearson Sound, Youandewan, Marquis Hawkes, Gerd, Sei A, Bwana, Fold, Shenoda and Appleblim & Komon. 90% of the label artists who have ever released on Aus will contribute, and design comes from the man behind the label’s original identity, Michael Place. Not a bad achievement, then, for what actually started as a sub label of Simple, with the short term aim of putting out music from two of Saul’s friends, Fink and Lee Jones.

                                                                                                          Over the last decade Aus Music has never really had a certain sound, but has always operated on the more underground, bass driven end of the house spectrum. It has worked with big names and has excelled at peak time tracks, but has also helped break upcoming artists from Joy Orbison to Dusky via Midland and George Fitzgerald. As a result, it has become one of the most prominent and on point labels of the day, and is now supported by infrastructure from !K7 such is the volume of its output. 

                                                                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                          CD 1 - Continuos Mix By Will Saul

                                                                                                          CD 2
                                                                                                          1 Bwana - VVedding
                                                                                                          2 Komon - Euclidean
                                                                                                          3 Cottam - Brand New Dub
                                                                                                          4 FOLD - All City
                                                                                                          5 Marquis Hawkes - No Rush
                                                                                                          6 Timothy Blake - Soul Without Shame
                                                                                                          7 Shenoda - Minute
                                                                                                          8 DJ October - Drama Queen
                                                                                                          9 Pearson Sound - Standoff
                                                                                                          10 Nick Höppner - Pneuma
                                                                                                          11 Appleblim - Twinkle
                                                                                                          12 Midland - Decompression Suite

                                                                                                          CD 3
                                                                                                          1 Huxley - Bisto Inferno
                                                                                                          2 Sei A - Wan Hunner
                                                                                                          3 Bicep & Hammer - ARACARI
                                                                                                          4 Sideshow - Yek Do
                                                                                                          5 Youandewan - Sicko
                                                                                                          6 Breach & DJ Dust - Win Ugly
                                                                                                          7 DJ T. - Under The Radar
                                                                                                          8 Deetron - Cycle
                                                                                                          9 Will Saul & DJ October - Dimension One
                                                                                                          10 Trevino - Shimmer
                                                                                                          11 Komon & Will Saul - Circadian
                                                                                                          12 Lee Jones - Nocturne

                                                                                                          A1 Komon - Euclidean
                                                                                                          A2 Cottam - Brand New Dub
                                                                                                          B1 FOLD - All City
                                                                                                          B2 Marquis Hawkes - No Rush
                                                                                                          C1 October - Drama Queen
                                                                                                          C2 Pearson Sound - Standoff
                                                                                                          D1 Nick Hoppner - Pneuma
                                                                                                          D2 Appleblim - Twinkle
                                                                                                          E1 Midland - Decompression Suite
                                                                                                          E2 Bicep - ARACARI
                                                                                                          F1 Will Saul & DJ October - Dimension One
                                                                                                          F2 Trevino - Simmer
                                                                                                          G1 Deetron - Cycle
                                                                                                          G2 Breach & DJ Dust 'Win Ugly'
                                                                                                          H1 Youandewan - Sicko
                                                                                                          H2 Komon & Will Saul - Circadian

                                                                                                          Various Artists

                                                                                                          Auteur Jams

                                                                                                            Every year/year and a half, Smalltown Supersound founder Joakim Haugland puts together a label compilation to see where the labels at and where it`s heading. To see it from the outside sort of. To find the flow, and the red thread. This year's compilation became a 2016 Best Of Compilation, with tracks from all of the albums and EPs released in 2016. 9 tracks from Biosphere, Prins Thomas, Dungen, Supersilent, Kelly Lee Owens, Lindstrøm, Mr Tophat & Robyn, Mungolian Jetset and Dan Lissvik.

                                                                                                            We hope you like these auteur jams!

                                                                                                            TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                            1. Biosphere - Than Is The Mater
                                                                                                            2. Mungolian Jetset - A City So Convenient
                                                                                                            3. Kelly Lee Owens – CBM
                                                                                                            4. Lindstrøm - Closing Shot
                                                                                                            5. Mr. Tophat Feat Robyn - Trust Me (Radio Edit)
                                                                                                            6. Dan Lissvik - I
                                                                                                            7. Prins Thomas - A2
                                                                                                            8. Dungen - Kalifen
                                                                                                            9. Supersilent - 13.3

                                                                                                            Various Artists

                                                                                                            Avocet Revisited

                                                                                                              'Avocet Revisited' is a four track EP, commissioned by Earth recordings as a companion piece to Bert Jansch’s 1979 avian-themed masterstroke ‘Avocet’. Again drawing inspiration from the resplendence of birds native to British waters (Bert himself was a keen ornithologist), Earth invited this quartet of artists to each choose a species that particularly speaks to them, and base a track around it. The results have been universally graceful, evocative, and majestic - much like the creatures themselves. Fulmar - Drifting low and gliding high, the flight patterns of this gull-like creature are echoed in Edwyn Collins and Carwyn Ellis’s paean to the bird that spends most of its life airborne. Part waltz, part lullaby, ‘Fulmar’ is exquisite in its simplicity, with Carwyn’s elegant arrangements providing the perfect foil for Edwyn’s unmistakeable intonation. 

                                                                                                              TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                              A1 Edwyn Collins & Carwyn Ellis - Fulmar
                                                                                                              A2 Modern Studies - Curlew
                                                                                                              B1 Alasdair Roberts - Goosander
                                                                                                              B2 Trembling Bells - Golden Plover 

                                                                                                              Various Artists

                                                                                                              Baby Driver - Music From The Motion Picture

                                                                                                                Danger Mouse, releases the soundtrack for Edgar Wright’s highly anticipated film, Baby Driver, on his Columbia Records imprint 30th Century Records.

                                                                                                                Written and directed by Edgar Wright, Baby Driver tells the story of Baby, a talented, young getaway driver (Ansel Elgort) who relies on the beat of his personal soundtrack to be the best in the game. When he meets the girl of his dreams (Lily James), Baby sees a chance to ditch his criminal life and make a clean getaway. But after being coerced into working for a crime boss (Kevin Spacey), he must face the music when a doomed heist threatens his life, love and freedom.

                                                                                                                TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                1. Bellbottoms - Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
                                                                                                                2. Harlem Shuffle - Bob & Earl
                                                                                                                3. Egyptian Reggae - Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers
                                                                                                                4. Smokey Joe’s La La - Googie Rene
                                                                                                                5. Let’s Go Away For Awhile - The Beach Boys
                                                                                                                6. B-A-B-Y - Carla Thomas
                                                                                                                7. Kashmere - Kashmere Stage Band
                                                                                                                8. Unsquare Dance - Dave Brubeck
                                                                                                                9. Neat Neat Neat - The Damned
                                                                                                                10. Easy (Single Version) - The Commodores
                                                                                                                11. Debora - T. Rex
                                                                                                                12. Debra - Beck
                                                                                                                13. Bongolia - Incredible Bongo Band
                                                                                                                14. Baby Let Me Take You (in My Arms) - The Detroit Emeralds
                                                                                                                15. Early In The Morning - Alexis Korner
                                                                                                                16. The Edge - David McCallum
                                                                                                                17. Nowhere To Run - Martha Reeves & The Vandellas
                                                                                                                18. Tequila - The Button Down Brass
                                                                                                                19. When Something Is Wrong With My Baby - Sam & Dave
                                                                                                                20. Every Little Bit Hurts - Brenda Holloway
                                                                                                                21. Intermission - Blur
                                                                                                                22. Hocus Pocus (Original Single Version) - Focus
                                                                                                                23. Radar Love (1973 Single Edit) - Golden Earring
                                                                                                                24. Never, Never Gone Give Ya Up - Barry White
                                                                                                                25. Know How - Young MC
                                                                                                                26. Brighton Rock - Queen
                                                                                                                27. Easy - Sky Ferreira
                                                                                                                28. Baby Driver - Simon & Garfunkel
                                                                                                                29. Was He Slow (Credit Roll Version) - Kid Koala

                                                                                                                With dubstep’s big push into the mainstream stirring up all manner of hybrids, variants and mutations, it’s worth remembering that some have been creating fresh twists on the current generation of global bass music from its very inception. Paul Rose, aka Scuba, and his Hotflush label have, since 2003, had experimentation and genre-collision etched into the very structures of everything they do. Putting out key tunes by the core pioneers of dubstep, but also by true outliers like Mount Kimbie, Joy Orbison and Sepalcure, Hotflush has created a sense of absolute consistence in diversity: multiple sounds united by true craftsmanship and high-tech expression of complex emotion. Joining the UK underground to the deep-rooted techno culture of Berlin, where Rose is now resident, the label is a vital nexus in the flow of musical information that is fuelling the current innovative climate. So next time you hear someone talking about 'post'-this or 'future'-that (me, perhaps!), consider that maybe the times are just catching up with Hotflush. The "Back And 4th" compilation features 10 brand new tracks from bass music’s most innovative producers.

                                                                                                                TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                1. Sepalcure – Taking You Back
                                                                                                                2. Boxcutter – LOADtime
                                                                                                                3. Boddika – Warehouse
                                                                                                                4. DBridge – Knew You Were The 1
                                                                                                                5. Scuba – Feel It
                                                                                                                6. FaltyDL – Regret
                                                                                                                7. Sigha – Fold
                                                                                                                8. George FitzGerald – We Bilateral
                                                                                                                9. Incyde – Axis
                                                                                                                10. Roska – Measureless
                                                                                                                1. Mount Kimbie – Sketch On Glass
                                                                                                                2. Scuba – Twitch (Jamie Vex’d Remix)
                                                                                                                3. Joy Orbison – Hyph Mngo
                                                                                                                4. Mount Kimbie – Maybes (James Blake Remix)
                                                                                                                5. Sigha – Expansions
                                                                                                                6. Untold – Just For You (Roska Remix)
                                                                                                                7. Scuba – Tense
                                                                                                                8. Untold – Sweat
                                                                                                                9. Pangaea – Bear Witness
                                                                                                                10. TRG & Dub U – Losing Marbles (2562 Remix)

                                                                                                                LP Tracklisting:
                                                                                                                A1. Sepalcure – Taking You Back
                                                                                                                B1. Boxcutter – LOADtime
                                                                                                                B2. Boddika – Warehouse
                                                                                                                C1. DBridge – Knew You Were The 1
                                                                                                                D1. Scuba – Feel It
                                                                                                                D2. FaltyDL – Regret
                                                                                                                E1. Sigha – Fold
                                                                                                                E2. George FitzGerald – We Bilateral
                                                                                                                F1. Incyde – Axis
                                                                                                                F2. Roska – Measureless

                                                                                                                Next in the compiler hotseat for seminal mix series ‘Back to Mine’ is the legendary DJ and producer Fatboy Slim. Having sold over 10 million records and embarked on a number of sold out arena tours, the esteemed record collector and all round great selector delves deep into his weighty collection at his home to create a heady journey of funk and soul. The collection opens with Dave Barker & Ansell Collins ‘Monkey Spanner’ – a reggae single released in 1971 from the Kingston based duo working for the infamous producer Lee “Scratch” Perry.

                                                                                                                There are a few rare finds, Donal Leace ‘Today Won’t Come Again’, Wind ‘Grooving With Mr Bloe’ and George Rene ‘Smokey Joe’s La La’. And the most recognisable for many no doubt is Betty Chung’s 1968 classic ‘Bang Bang’ thanks to the vocals of the Nancy Sinatra cover being sampled in the Audio Bullys rework in 2005.

                                                                                                                The 1975 classic ‘Take Yo Praise’ from Camille Yarborough which Fatboy Slim used to sample the iconic ‘Praise You’ in 1998 is found in the first half of the mix, and not forgetting his group Beats International, which Norman sampled lyrics from the featured track ‘Jam Hot’ by Johnny Dynell for ‘Dub Be Good To Me’. A track that became the best-selling single in the UK in 1990.

                                                                                                                And last but not least, two new and exclusive tracks ‘Fatboy Slim & Roland Clark ‘Sunset 303’ (If You Believe) and ‘The Voice Of Experience’ under his Yum Yum Head Food alias, known for producing his more ambient tunes including ‘Bird Of Prey’.

                                                                                                                Fatboy Slim delivers an amazing selection of tracks which give us all a little sneak peek into the vibes generated from years of meaningful memories for this ‘Back To Mine’ series. From his house to yours, listening pleasure is guaranteed.

                                                                                                                “Over the years there has been so much action back at mine, so many friends, lovers and lunatics who would congregate after the clubs had closed to laugh, share and swap ideas and tunes and generally put the world to rights… this is a collection from the soundtrack of those sessions” - Fatboy Slim

                                                                                                                STAFF COMMENTS

                                                                                                                says: Unstoppable since their return in 2019, Back To Mine’s hot streak continues with this amazing contribution from one of my personal heroes. As you’d expect from Mr Cook, the tracklist is all over the shop, uncovering rare reggae, soul, punk funk and disco, a few cuts he’s sampled over the years and two gorgeous exclusive tracks.

                                                                                                                TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                LP Tracklisting
                                                                                                                A1. Dave & Ansel Collins – Monkey Spanner
                                                                                                                A2. Betty Chung – Bang Bang
                                                                                                                A3. The Alan Tew Orchestra - The Pink Panther Theme
                                                                                                                A4. Eunice Collins – At The Hotel
                                                                                                                A5. Mari Kvien Brunvoll - Everywhere You Go
                                                                                                                A6. Donal Leace – Today Won’t Come Again
                                                                                                                B1. Camille Yarbrough – Take Yo Praise
                                                                                                                B2. Jesus Jackson – Running On Sunshine
                                                                                                                B3. Munk & James Murphy – Kick Out The Chairs (WhoMadeWho Remix)
                                                                                                                B4. Johnny Dynell & New York 88 – Jam Hot (Rhumba Rock)
                                                                                                                C1. Biddu Orchestra – Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon
                                                                                                                C2. Dr Rubberfunk – A Matter Of Time
                                                                                                                C3. Rodrigo Amarante – Tuyo
                                                                                                                C4. Wilbert Harrison – Let’s Work Together
                                                                                                                C5. Blue Rondo A La Turk – Me & Mr Sanchez
                                                                                                                D1. Manu Dibango – Big Blow (edit Version)
                                                                                                                D2. The Go! Team – Feelgood By Numbers
                                                                                                                D3. Wind – Groovin’ With Mr. Bloe
                                                                                                                D4. Googie Rene Combo – Smokey Joe’s La La
                                                                                                                D5. Fatboy Slim & Roland Clark - Sunset 303 (If You Believe)
                                                                                                                D6. Yum Yum Head Food – The Voice Of Experience (edit Version)

                                                                                                                CD1 (Mixed):
                                                                                                                1. Dave & Ansel Collins – Monkey Spanner
                                                                                                                2. Betty Chung – Bang Bang
                                                                                                                3. The Alan Tew Orchestra - The Pink Panther Theme
                                                                                                                4. Eunice Collins – At The Hotel
                                                                                                                5. Mari Kvien Brunvoll - Everywhere You Go
                                                                                                                6. Donal Leace – Today Won’t Come Again*
                                                                                                                7. Camille Yarbrough – Take Yo Praise
                                                                                                                8. Jesus Jackson – Running On Sunshine
                                                                                                                9. Munk & James Murphy – Kick Out The Chairs (WhoMadeWho Remix)
                                                                                                                10. Johnny Dynell & New York 88 – Jam Hot (Rhumba Rock)
                                                                                                                11. Biddu Orchestra – Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon
                                                                                                                12. Dr Rubberfunk – A Matter Of Time
                                                                                                                13. Rodrigo Amarante – Tuyo
                                                                                                                14. Wilbert Harrison – Let’s Work Together
                                                                                                                15. Blue Rondo A La Turk – Me & Mr Sanchez
                                                                                                                16. Manu Dibango – Big Blow
                                                                                                                17. The Go! Team – Feelgood By Numbers
                                                                                                                18. Wind – Groovin’ With Mr. Bloe*
                                                                                                                19. Googie Rene Combo – Smokey Joe’s La La*
                                                                                                                20. Fatboy Slim & Roland Clark - Sunset 303 (If You Believe)
                                                                                                                21. Yum Yum Head Food – The Voice Of Experience

                                                                                                                CD2 (Unmixed):
                                                                                                                1. Dave & Ansel Collins – Monkey Spanner
                                                                                                                2. Betty Chung – Bang Bang
                                                                                                                3. The Alan Tew Orchestra - The Pink Panther Theme
                                                                                                                4. Eunice Collins – At The Hotel
                                                                                                                5. Mari Kvien Brunvoll - Everywhere You Go
                                                                                                                6. Camille Yarbrough – Take Yo Praise
                                                                                                                7. Jesus Jackson – Running On Sunshine
                                                                                                                8. Munk & James Murphy – Kick Out The Chairs (WhoMadeWho Remix)
                                                                                                                9. Johnny Dynell & New York 88 – Jam Hot (Rhumba Rock)
                                                                                                                10. Biddu Orchestra – Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon
                                                                                                                11. Dr Rubberfunk – A Matter Of Time
                                                                                                                12. Rodrigo Amarante – Tuyo
                                                                                                                13. Wilbert Harrison – Let’s Work Together
                                                                                                                14. Blue Rondo A La Turk – Me & Mr Sanchez
                                                                                                                15. Manu Dibango – Big Blow
                                                                                                                16. The Go! Team – Feelgood By Numbers
                                                                                                                17. Fatboy Slim & Roland Clark - Sunset 303 (If You Believe)
                                                                                                                18. Yum Yum Head Food – The Voice Of Experience

                                                                                                                Various Artists

                                                                                                                Back To Mine - Jungle

                                                                                                                  The iconic album series Back to Mine returns once again in 2019 with the first DJ mix compilation from world dominating indie-dance band Jungle, showcasing their personal tastes for the after-hours. The series was renowned for its eclectic selection and selectors which includes some of the biggest names in electronic and pop music, from the likes of Faithless to Pet Shop Boys, Groove Armada to New Order.

                                                                                                                  The collection includes an exclusive track from Jungle themselves and takes the listener on an eclectic musical journey. From 90s disco by Merle to more recent house tracks by Manuel Darquart and Drumtalk. Bristol DJ Admin provides the percussion heavy ‘Space Cadet’ and the irrepressible Mocky supplies good vibes on ‘How It Goes’. There’s sophisticated pop from The Marias and Sam Evian and there’s some spotlight for modern jazz with tracks by Kamaal Williams, Mansur Brown and BadBadNotGood featuring Kaytranada. There’s also room for some gospel influenced soul by The Flying Stars of Brooklyn NY, lo-fi dream pop from Paul Cherry before ending with the always impressive HNNY.

                                                                                                                  “When asked what genre of music we like or create we always answer explaining that we try not to hear music in genre but more in sonic and emotion, and if it feels good then it is good. By that merit, we have conjured a list of far-reaching tracks and brought them together to sit harmoniously on this Back to Mine mix. Put together mostly in the confines of our London based garden studio, where many a late night gathering has taken place, the mix makes its was through psych, Afro-beat, house and soul with some of our favourite tracks of the moment, Have fun and enjoy.” - Jungle

                                                                                                                  STAFF COMMENTS

                                                                                                                  says: Jungle’s compilation is a close replica of what I’d include on my own selection of favourite songs featuring BadBadNotGood, Kaytranada, Sly5thAve and Mansur Brown. A fantastic mixture of contemporary jazz spins into broad horizons from house, soul and Afro-beat, leaving no stone unturned when it comes to genre inclusivity. Jungle include their very own exclusive track “Come Back A Different Day” which is drenched in electronic beats with their signature sleek vocals.

                                                                                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                  A1. Barbara Moore - Steam Heat
                                                                                                                  A2. Inflo - No Fear
                                                                                                                  A3. Merle - Fannie Likes 2 Dance
                                                                                                                  A4. Manuel Darquart - Birds Of Paradiso
                                                                                                                  B1. Drumtalk - Red Haze
                                                                                                                  B2. Admin - Space Cadet
                                                                                                                  B3. Mocky - How It Goes
                                                                                                                  B4. The Marías – Cariño
                                                                                                                  C1. Sly5thAve - Super Rich Kids
                                                                                                                  C2. Kamaal Williams - High Roller
                                                                                                                  C3. Sam Evian - Next To You
                                                                                                                  C4. BadBadNotGood Featuring Kaytranada - Lavender
                                                                                                                  C5. Jungle - Come Back A Different Day
                                                                                                                  D1. Mansur Brown - Shiroi
                                                                                                                  D2. The Flying Stars Of Brooklyn NY - Live On
                                                                                                                  D3. Sault - Masterpiece
                                                                                                                  D4. Paul Cherry - Like Yesterday
                                                                                                                  D5. HNNY - Sunday

                                                                                                                  CD Tracklist - CD1 Mixed & CD2 Unmixed
                                                                                                                  1. Barbara Moore - Steam Heat
                                                                                                                  2. Inflo - No Fear
                                                                                                                  3. Merle - Fannie Likes 2 Dance
                                                                                                                  4. Manuel Darquart - Birds Of Paradiso
                                                                                                                  5. Drumtalk - Red Haze
                                                                                                                  6. Admin - Space Cadet
                                                                                                                  7. Mocky - How It Goes
                                                                                                                  8. The Marías – Cariño
                                                                                                                  9. Sly5thAve - Super Rich Kids
                                                                                                                  10. Kamaal Williams - High Roller
                                                                                                                  11. Sam Evian - Next To You
                                                                                                                  12. BadBadNotGood Featuring Kaytranada - Lavender
                                                                                                                  13. Jungle - Come Back A Different Day
                                                                                                                  14. Mansur Brown - Shiroi
                                                                                                                  15. The Flying Stars Of Brooklyn NY - Live On
                                                                                                                  16. Sault - Masterpiece
                                                                                                                  17. Paul Cherry - Like Yesterday
                                                                                                                  18. HNNY - Sunday
                                                                                                                  *’Drumtalk - Red Haze’ Not Included On Unmixed CD*

                                                                                                                  The iconic compilation series "Back to Mine" returns in 2019, to mark its 20th anniversary, with the indomitable Nightmares on Wax, to share his personal collection of music for after hours grooving. The series was renowned for its eclectic selection and selectors which includes some of the biggest names in electronic and pop music, from the likes of Faithless to Pet Shop Boys, Groove Armada to New Order.

                                                                                                                  The collection includes three exclusive tracks, one new track from Nightmares on Wax, along with a remix from the man himself of seminal band Fat Freddy’s Drop and brand new project Creative Principle. The album is impeccably mixed and blended, as you’d expect from a DJ and collector of George’s pedigree. His selection includes a strong representation from his roots in Northern England. Opening with respected Manchester soul duo Children of Zeus, Hull’s Steve Cobby provides his own "Lefthanded Books" featuring Crazy P’s Danielle Moore and also introduces his chuggy-disco project Chieftain. There’s also room for the recent Nightmares on Wax recent single "Look Up". Moving internationally; there’s Greek producer Dim Zach who doffs a cap to Imagination on the synth-heavy "Innocence", US-born / Colombian based Afro / Latin / disco / funk producer Bosq, Italy’s Massimo Vanoni with the slo-mo funk "Exciting Groove", the deep and jazzy "Gotta Have It" by Berlin’s SoulPhiction side project SBM and two tracks by New Zealander Ladi6.

                                                                                                                  This first re-installment of "Back to Mine" is a triumphant return for the iconic and music loved series. Nightmares on Wax delivers an incredible selection of tracks that gives the listener a real insight into the artists personal and extensive taste. 'I always hoped that when the time was right I would be asked to do a Back To Mine release and so when the call came there was absolutely no hesitation'. - Nightmares on Wax.

                                                                                                                  STAFF COMMENTS

                                                                                                                  says: The iconic album series Back to Mine returns in 2019, to mark it’s 20th anniversary, inviting the indomitable Nightmares on Wax to share his personal collection of music for after hours grooving. Dig in for Piccadilly faves Children Of Zeus and Steve Cobby along many other jamz!

                                                                                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                  A1. Children Of Zeus - Fear Of A Flat Planet (feat. LayFullStop)
                                                                                                                  A2. Ladi6 - Ikarus
                                                                                                                  A3. Creative Principle - Caught In The Middle
                                                                                                                  A4. Bosq Ft. Induce - Step Into Midnight (Disco Stepper)
                                                                                                                  B1. Massimo Vanoni - Exciting Groove
                                                                                                                  B2. Nightmares On Wax - Good Ship (Feat. Steve Spacek)
                                                                                                                  B3. Dim Zach - Innocence
                                                                                                                  B4. Ladi6 - Royal Blue (Silent Jay, Sensible J And Leigh Fisher Remix)
                                                                                                                  C1. Chieftain - Out Of My Life (Instrumental)
                                                                                                                  C2. Steve Cobby - Lefthanded Books Feat. Danielle Moore
                                                                                                                  C3. Soulphiction Presents SBM - Gotta Have It
                                                                                                                  D2. Nightmares On Wax - Look Up (Feat. Andrew Ashong & Sadie Walker)
                                                                                                                  D3. Fat Freddy’s Drop - Russia (Nightmares On Wax Remix)

                                                                                                                  Various Artists

                                                                                                                  Back To The Future - Music From The Motion Picture

                                                                                                                    Mondo is proud to present the original soundtrack album, for one of the most beloved films of all time: BACK TO THE FUTURE

                                                                                                                    In celebration of the 35th anniversary of the film, Mondo has partnered with the legendary poster artist Drew Struzan, the artist behind the original theatrical one-sheet, to create all-new packaging for this re-issue. Featuring illustrations and unused poster art created in 1985 for the film, this vinyl reissue has been remastered and pressed on 180 Gram Colored vinyl.

                                                                                                                    TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                    Side A
                                                                                                                    1. The Power Of Love - Huey Lewis And The News
                                                                                                                    2. Time Bomb Town - Lindsey Buckingham
                                                                                                                    3. Back To The Future - The Outatime Orchestra Conducted By Alan Silvestri
                                                                                                                    4. Heaven Is One Step Away - Eric Clapton
                                                                                                                    5. Back In Time - Huey Lewis And The News

                                                                                                                    Side B
                                                                                                                    6. Back To The Future Overture - The Outatime Orchestra Conducted By Alan Silvestri
                                                                                                                    7. The Wallflower (Dance With Me Henry) - Etta James
                                                                                                                    8. Night Train - Marvin Berry And The Starlighters
                                                                                                                    9. Earth Angel (Will You Be Mine) - Marvin Berry And The Starlighters
                                                                                                                    10. Johnny B. Goode - Marty McFly With The Starlighters

                                                                                                                    Various Artists

                                                                                                                    Bad Education - Vol.1 Soul Hits Of Timmion Records

                                                                                                                      For the better part of 15 years Helsinki's own Timmion Records has released some of the most exciting soul sides happening today. To help spread the Timmion love, Daptone staffers and brass made a list of their favorite Timmion tracks from the past couple years. Presented here is Bad Education, Vol. I, the culmination of weeks of deliberation and infighting (mainly due to their unusually high batting average) - 10 tracks that best represent the eclectic wealth of soulful riches Timmion Records has to offer.

                                                                                                                      Side 1 one gets cracking with "This is What Love Looks Like", a mid-tempo, breezy dancer by NYC's own Carlton Jumel Smith whose recent album, 1634 Lexington Ave, is poised to be one of the top Soul releases of 2019. Johnny Benavidez, the Texas-born, California-raised balladeer showcases his heartfelt falsetto with "Tell Me That You Love Me" - a beat ballad of the highest order, and a must for fans of Texas giants The Commands. Pratt & Moody, a vocal duo who have been making waves for sometime in their native Finland, serve up another heart-wrenching, head-bobbing ballad with "Lost, Lost, Lost". Picking up the tempo we have the undisputed queen of Finnish Soul, Miss Nicole Willis! The New York native is already a household name on the UK Northern Soul scene, but now it's time for this expat to make some noise Stateside. Closing out the side we have the leather-clad-fringed flute phenom know as Ernie "Scorpio Man' Hawks. The Scorpio Walk's deep groove laced with murmuring fuzz bass and surf guitar rushes the listener like a maniacal villain in an art house spy movie.

                                                                                                                      Side 2 two packs even more soulful punches, starting with the unreleased track "Until You’re Mine" by Wanda Felicia. Equal parts slick, Big City street harmony and raw, southern soul, the track evokes the ver y best of Fame-era Candi Staton. Next up, we have Bobby Oroza whose featured track "This Love" took the Soul scene by storm upon its release in 2016. His understated, earnest vocal let's the sparse arrangement and heavy beat take you to a place where the sun shines bright and the low-riders shine brighter where the Sunday afternoon sun dances off the gold flecks of custom paint jobs. "Bad Education" the funky, afro-latin soul monster with a message (whose title graces the cover of this album) tips the hat to legends like Joe Bataan and Ray Barreto. The debut single by Bardo Martinez, already known for his work with Chicano Batman, lays down a fier y indictment of the educational system defining it as a mouthpiece for the militar y industrial complex. A heavy tune with a heavier message! From top to bottom Bad Education, Vol. I is a feast for discerning funk & soul freaks alike!

                                                                                                                      TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                      This Is What Love Looks Like!
                                                                                                                      Tell Me That You Love Me
                                                                                                                      Lost Lost Lost
                                                                                                                      Paint Me In A Corner
                                                                                                                      Scorpio Walk
                                                                                                                      Until You're Mine
                                                                                                                      This Love
                                                                                                                      Bad Education
                                                                                                                      Don't Believe You Like That
                                                                                                                      I'm Still A Man

                                                                                                                      2020 features music from some of our favourite artists and closest friends on the new Manchester scene. The Covid-19 pandemic has placed a colossal strain on the music industry. 2020 has been created with a vision of providing financial support for Manchester artists and Band on the Wall, with all proceeds split 50/50.

                                                                                                                      Featuring hand-picked tracks, contributed by artists whose music spans neo soul, jazz, afro-electronic and more, 2020 is an eclectic discovery of inspired and curated sounds; a shining light on the emerging talent of Manchester’s live music scene.

                                                                                                                      "Band on the Wall is more than just a building, it is an idea and a passion for great music that is born from the diverse communities of Manchester and beyond; and an organisation designed to celebrate those who make music for the sake of making music rather than money or celebrity. In the first half of 2020 we, and many of the creators we work with, had to stop what we were doing and while activity initially stalled, it was clear that it would be impossible for the artists to stop creating and for us to stop celebrating their music. Therefore, the idea was born to help support our local creative partners and ourselves by producing this ‘memento’ of this incredibly strange year.

                                                                                                                      Encapsulating this music on this disk reminiscent of this time, produced this year by young people who couldn’t stop making music if they tried, and despite not being allowed to perform in public, is our way of still saying thank you to them, and that we are all still here. Thanks for supporting." Gavin Sharp, CEO, Band on the Wall

                                                                                                                      STAFF COMMENTS

                                                                                                                      says: A gorgeous collection of tracks compiled from emerging Manchester artists, featuring some of my personal favourites Katbrownsugar and Porij. 2020 has hit the music industry hard and this charity release helps artists and venues during this difficult time.

                                                                                                                      TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                      1. Honeyfeet X Werkha - You Go To My Head (rewerked)
                                                                                                                      2. Mali Hayes - Oceans Ft Layfullstop
                                                                                                                      3. Secret Night Gang - Don't Mess With My Heart
                                                                                                                      4. Agbeko - There Is A Jungle (Live)
                                                                                                                      5. Porij - Closer
                                                                                                                      6. Lovescene - To The Side
                                                                                                                      7. Skeltr - Lojong
                                                                                                                      8. Contours - Northbound
                                                                                                                      9. Cervo - Reaching
                                                                                                                      10. Katbrownsugar & Al Turnbull - Jungle
                                                                                                                      11.Yemi Bolatiwa - Troubled Living
                                                                                                                      12. Shunya - The Clay & The Sculpture
                                                                                                                      13. Lieko Quintet - Black Lake
                                                                                                                      14. MSC Big Band - Grown Ups (Live) 

                                                                                                                      This release features a selection of some of our favourite songs, from some of the most memorable shows, to have been recorded as part of the Band on the Wall archive.

                                                                                                                      These tracks represent our commitment to celebrating the diversity and excellence of music created by remarkable people from across the world. All tracks were performed at Band on the Wall and very kindly contributed by the artists for release on this CD, which has been produced to support the venue and our ongoing mission to promote and celebrate the great music of many cultures, during this challenging year.

                                                                                                                      As 2020 has become a defining year for all of us who work to bring people together to celebrate live music, for us this represents not only the journey we have been on over the last ten years, but also helps to define our future commitment to this amazing music.

                                                                                                                      A special thanks to the artists, labels and management that have helped assemble this wonderful collection of tracks, recorded live inside Band on the Wall between 2009 – 2014. All sales proceeds will be split 50/50 between the artists and Band on the Wall.

                                                                                                                      Live from Band on the Wall is the second release on Band on the Wall’s new in-house imprint, Band on the Wall Recordings and follows the release of last month’s 2020 – a fundraiser compilation to support emerging Manchester artists.

                                                                                                                      STAFF COMMENTS

                                                                                                                      says: Missing live music? Band on the Wall Manchester's iconic institution has released live tracks will take you right back to the atmosphere of being at a gig. We will be there again! Support venues and live music with this fundraising release.

                                                                                                                      TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                      1. Gregory Porter - On My Way To Harlem
                                                                                                                      2. Jazzanova - Boom Clicky Boom Klack
                                                                                                                      3. Dele Sosimi - Lady
                                                                                                                      4. Charles Bradley - I Believe In Your Love
                                                                                                                      5. Kirsty Almeida - Cool Down Rewind
                                                                                                                      6. Azymuth - Club Morocco
                                                                                                                      7. Snarky Puppy - Strawman
                                                                                                                      8. Yellowjackets - Why Is It
                                                                                                                      9. Hafdis Huld - Oldest Friend
                                                                                                                      10. Bugge Wesseltoft - Singing 

                                                                                                                      Various Artists

                                                                                                                      Bangs & Works Vol. 2 (The Best Of Chicago Footwork)

                                                                                                                      In 2010 Planet Mu released "Bangs & Works Vol. 1". The carefully curated compilation showcased Chicago footwork, one of the most forward-looking, innovative new styles of electronic music on the planet. Since its release, interest in the scene has grown with the sound beginning to spread outside of Chicago, influencing productions by not only Planet Mu artists such as Machinedrum and Kuedo, but many others as well. "Bangs & Works Vol. 2" brings the focus back onto Chicago’s own producers, showing where the real innovation still lies.

                                                                                                                      While its predecessor sticks mainly to the more hallucinatory and left-field elements, this one has a wider remit, ranging from mad techno-style tracks such as DJ Metro’s “Tekno Bangz” or DJ T-Why’s immense “Juice” and ‘Finished” to those that sound like musique concrete gone footwork, like Young Smoke’s “Space Muzik Part 3.” Others like Traxman’s “Funky Block” and DJ Clent’s “DJ Clent #1” display the obvious influence of flipping samples, hip hop style to the rhythms of footwork, while DJ Rashad & Gant-Man’s amazing “Heaven Sent” shows the influence of P-Funk and Detroit’s hi-tech soul. On the whole, footwork’s synapse-snapping intensity is ever present, but this selection shows an even wider diversity to the genre’s independent and unique production focus.

                                                                                                                      TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                      01. RP Boo - Heavy Heat
                                                                                                                      02. Jlin - Erotic Heat
                                                                                                                      03. DJ Earl - Hit Da Bootz
                                                                                                                      04. DJ Rashad & Gant-Man - Heaven Sent
                                                                                                                      05. DJ Metro - Burn Dat Boi
                                                                                                                      06. DJ Clent - Ball'Em Up
                                                                                                                      07. DJ MC - Y Fall
                                                                                                                      08. DJ Spinn - Crazy 'N' Deranged
                                                                                                                      09. Traxman - Funky Block
                                                                                                                      10. DJ Rome - Showtime
                                                                                                                      11. DJ T-Why - Finished
                                                                                                                      12. Tha Pope - When You
                                                                                                                      13. Boylan - Bullet Proof Soul
                                                                                                                      14. Jlin - Asylum
                                                                                                                      15. DJ T-Why - Orbits
                                                                                                                      16. DJ Roc - Get Buck Juice
                                                                                                                      17. Traxman - Brainwash
                                                                                                                      18. DJ Clent - DJ Clent #1
                                                                                                                      19. DJ Metro - Smak My Bitch Up
                                                                                                                      20. Young Smoke - Space Muzik Pt.3
                                                                                                                      21. DJ T-Why - Juice
                                                                                                                      22. DJ Solo - What Have You Done
                                                                                                                      23. Young Smoke - Psycho War
                                                                                                                      24. Young Smoke - Wouldn't Get Far
                                                                                                                      25. DJ Metro - Tekno Bangz
                                                                                                                      26. RP Boo - Off Da Hook

                                                                                                                      Various Artists

                                                                                                                      BBC Radiophonic Music

                                                                                                                        The reissue of the 1968 BBC Radiophonic Workshop’s hugely influential 10th anniversary album, featuring remastered early electronic works of John Baker, David Cain and Delia Derbyshire.

                                                                                                                        Widely regarded as a major influence on the development of electronic music worldwide, BBC Radiophonic Music is a compilation of short works, often composed as intros to various radio or television programs. Conceived in a time when analogue sampling meant hours of slicing tape with razor blades, BBC Radiophonic Music is brimming with zippy themes, unsettling atmospherics, riffs, loops, clicks and beeps. Insanely catchy yet deeply sinister, this is ‘collage music’, produced, according to Desmond Briscoe of BBC Radiophonic Workshop, “with the intention of entertaining rather than informing”.

                                                                                                                        This is an essential album for analogue and TV theme obsessives, and anyone with an interest in contemporary electronica; mysterious, eccentric and celestial, it is a celebration of one of the UK's most treasured and unique institutions.

                                                                                                                        Various Artists

                                                                                                                        BC35: The 35 Year Anniversary Of BC Studio

                                                                                                                          With members of Sonic Youth, Swans, White Hills, JG Thirlwell, Cop Shoot Cop, Live Skull reunion, Pop 1280, The Dresden Dolls, Alice Donut, Lubricated Goat, Sxip Shirley, Parlor Walls and many more!

                                                                                                                          BC35 refers to the weekend of performances and resulting album marking the 35 year anniversary of BC Studio in Gowanus, Brooklyn. Musicians were invited to participate by Martin Bisi, and were assembled by Genevieve Fernworthy into improv ensembles. There were also some long-awaited reunions. Recorded with a live audience comprised of sound pioneers, social deviants, and studio fans, these tracks were mixed and edited with care over several months by Martin Bisi and by veterans of the studio throughout the decades.

                                                                                                                          Various Artists

                                                                                                                          Beard, Bread & Bear's Prayer

                                                                                                                            Another Arthur mag release, on their Bastet label; this time there's thirteen gnarly tunes gathered from high and low curated by Ethan Miller of Comets On Fire. For lovers of bloody nose street folk, dangerous shit rock, drunken cosmic slop and those wandering down the outer and under paths alone. Limited edition second pressing of 500. We havent got many! Features Comets On Fire, Monoshock, Six Organs Of Admittance, Albert Ayler, 7 Year Rabbit Cycle, Shit Spangled Banner (pre Sunburned Hand Of The Man), Ghost, Colossal Yes and more.

                                                                                                                            Various Artists

                                                                                                                            Beautiful Freaks - Waving Our Flag High, Wave On, Wave On: Music From The Original Counter Culture

                                                                                                                              From the team that put together the acclaimed Running The Voodoo Down sets comes a carefully assembled celebration of the counter culture - from ALLEN GINSBERG and THE GRATEFUL DEAD to BRIGITTE FONTAINE, GONG and WITTHÜSTER & WESTRUPP.

                                                                                                                              A compilation for the heads, not a playlist.

                                                                                                                              “This is a journey … into Sound” ….

                                                                                                                              ..…a different maverick sound one million light years from either the classic rock of the late 60s West Coast, the psychedelic pop of the UK, the primal shriek of the Vietnam soundtrack, or the wah wah powered protest of Blaxploitation. This is a journey into a new scene “THE ALTERNATIVE OF THE ALTERNATIVE”. This music is too abstract for the soldiers, and too square for the Panthers. This is a journey into the sound of the Freak Left and into an early DIY, powered by acid and humour, that is in many ways a true precursor of punk rock. It’s a journey into a cosmic mash up of folk, country, busking, comedy, music hall, raga percussion, chanting and the occasional spiked acid guitar solo. Music created communally and without commercial expectation over bottle after bottle of LSD laced soft drinks and free trips! But as much as it’s a journey into an alternative sound, it’s a journey into a different world .. the world of the Heads, the Freaks and Humbeads’ Map, a map created in a Berkeley coffee house and reworking the world to connect up the “Turned On” universe – a 5 boroughs type world dominated by a huge San Francisco & Berkeley and embracing New York, Cambridge, and LA and by implicit extension “hip” outposts in London, Paris, Berlin, Sydney and Sao Paulo.

                                                                                                                              Ten years after it had started the counterculture seemed almost done – washed away in a tide of punk rock nihilism, and economic hardship.

                                                                                                                              These artists represent something else, and something else important. Ideas of self made, of freedom and of protest through provocation live across these grooves. It’s time to give them a place in the pantheon and respect what they tried to achieve, because they did achieve change. The world we live in today is different and the Rainbow coalition is a valid and vibrant political force – it is the wave that gave us Obama and hope. And maybe the one that will bring further change in the future. “Sticking it to the man” was a state of mind and an ideal. Maybe we can give it a small voice again.

                                                                                                                              STAFF COMMENTS

                                                                                                                              says: Curated by the team that brought us 2018’s ‘Running The Voodoo Down’, this compilation charts the original counter-culture. A journey through the acid laced and cosmically mashed-up world of the Heads and the Freaks, from Timothy Leary and Allen Ginsberg to Hawkwind, Grateful Dead and Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band.

                                                                                                                              TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                              A1. Footnote To Howl - Allen Ginsberg
                                                                                                                              A2. That’s It For The Other One (Pts. I-IV) - The Grateful Dead
                                                                                                                              A3. Fly - The Fool
                                                                                                                              A4. Music For The Head Ballet - Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band
                                                                                                                              B1. Earth - Third Ear Band
                                                                                                                              B2. Le Goudron - Brigitte Fontaine
                                                                                                                              B3. Way Back In The 1960s - The Incredible String Band
                                                                                                                              B4. Nimm Einen Joint Mein Freund - Witthüster & Westrupp
                                                                                                                              C1. Fohat Digs Holes In Space - Gong
                                                                                                                              C2. A Mind Blown Is A Mind Shown - Hapshash & The Coloured Coat
                                                                                                                              C3. Be Yourself - Hawkwind
                                                                                                                              C4. Why -Yoko Ono
                                                                                                                              D1. Up Against The Wall - David Peel And The Lower East Side
                                                                                                                              D2. The STP Song - The Holy Modal Rounders
                                                                                                                              D3. The Fish Cheer & I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-To-Die Rag - Country Joe & The Fish
                                                                                                                              D4. That Cat Is High - Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band
                                                                                                                              D5. Part II: One Final Word - Timothy Leary
                                                                                                                              D6. Exorcising The Evil Spirits From The Pentagon October 21, 1967 - The Fugs

                                                                                                                              Various Artists

                                                                                                                              Bedroom Club III

                                                                                                                                The third volume of cult London label No Pain In Pop's ‘The Bedroom Club' vinyl compilation series, an off-kilter electronic exploration of debut production talent and NPIP label artists.

                                                                                                                                Ahead of an exceptional debut LP due late 2015 through NPIP, Sim Hutchins (West Essex, UK) opens with a totemic statement of intent; a prismatic and chaotic piece of romantic handmade avant-techno, washed in reverb and built from dissonant harmonies…

                                                                                                                                …Berlin’s Selector’s Roll debuts with the luscious, rolling shoegaze/ambience of ’Almost A Gaze’ and rising London producer and NTS radio DJ Throwing Shade - fresh from two acclaimed EPs through NPIP - provides a slice of seductive kosmiche soul…

                                                                                                                                …More debuts! Introducing Liverpool producer Kepla with a frayed industrial soundscape beamed in from beyond the 21st century, and mysterious Londoner Carby’s raw & rolling piece of early Zomby style stripped down UK funky…

                                                                                                                                …Closing up is South London producer/composer Jire, who released the acclaimed ‘Kiowa Polytope’ EP through NPIP in late 2014 at the tender age of 19. His first track since is a fluctuating sonic structure, deep with emotional resonance. A second NPIP EP due end 2015.

                                                                                                                                TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                                A1 Sim Hutchins - I Will Unify The Hood Through My Vision
                                                                                                                                A2 Selector?s Roll - Almost A Gaze
                                                                                                                                A3 Throwing Shade - 38 000
                                                                                                                                B1 Kepla - Ordinant 6
                                                                                                                                B2 Carby - Speechless
                                                                                                                                B3 Jire - Sout

                                                                                                                                Various Artists

                                                                                                                                Belgica: Original Soundtrack By Soulwax

                                                                                                                                  ‘Belgica’ is the new film by Oscar nominated director, Felix Van Groeningen. Its original soundtrack has been composed, recorded and produced by Soulwax.

                                                                                                                                  The film sees Soulwax’s influence throughout from composing, arranging and recording the original score to creating each and every one of the fictional musical artists featured. A diverse collection of songs, performed by a similarly varied set of artists, has seen Soulwax create what is a unique soundtrack that continues to see them evolve as musical progressionists.

                                                                                                                                  Recorded and mixed at Soulwax’s new Deewee studio in Ghent, the entire project has been over twelve months in the making.

                                                                                                                                  As the group says: “We recorded the original music being played in the club, wrote the music, rehearsed and recorded live on set the tracks played by the bands - ranging from a live kraut techno band, White Virgins, bequiffed psychobilly trio They Live through to hardcore outfit Burning Phlegm (featuring Sepultura’s Igor Cavalera) whilst chanteuse Charlotte represents the other end of the spectrum with her neo soul pop.”

                                                                                                                                  Berghain's Marcel Fengler presents the fifth installment in the club's expanding mix series. A central resident at the club since its early days, Fengler continually and consistently fires up the Berghain floor with his vast and exemplary collection of techno, house and electronica.

                                                                                                                                  Fengler's colourful mix includes new exclusives from Peter Van Hoesen, Reagenz & Vril, and also gathers together a wealth of producers both new and old, from Claude Young, Luke Slater, Ben Sims and Regis, to Skudge, Gerd, Seiji and Convextion, a lot of them providing previously unreleased material. Opening with the eerie echoes of Emika's "Count Backwards", the mix moves into Peter Van Hoesen's incredible "Axis Mundi", which sets the tone from here on in: full, lively and not short on drama. Pushing into darker zones, Regis' typically haunting mix of Tommy Four Seven's "G", or Luke Slater's LB Dub Corp mix of Fengler's own "Thwack" segue with more classic cuts from Secret Cinema's "Timeless Altitude (Minneapolis Mix)" and Ratio's "Doublefeature".

                                                                                                                                  Fengler keeps the surprise element alive while maintaining tension and pressure throughout. Gerd's tripping "Time and Space" mixes with Seiji's "More of You" in a glorious mid point throw-down. The mighty Claude Young teams up with production partner Takasi Nakajima on "Think Twice", which then swells to pick up the tension in a beautiful piano-led hypnotising movement. With the focus on more current developments in more edgy techno and house, combined with a hearty nod to the past, the mix continues with newcomers like Puresque showing promise, alongside a weighty new Ben Sims track, and the pounding filtered glory of Vril's "UV" - another exclusive for the mix. Marcel includes a new track that heads straight for the floor with "Sphinx", while men of the moment Skudge put forward "Man On Wire". The slow burning house of Reagenz' "The Labyrinth“ leads us into a psychedelic game of funk, dub and abstraction as the mix winds down. Before drawing to a close with Convextion aka ERP's stunning "Vapor Pressure", we're treated to a UK house classic by 20:20 Vision's "Future Remembrance (Livestyle Mix)", in all its analog glory. With Berghain 05, Marcel Fengler has proved filling floors doesn't have to be about ticking boxes.

                                                                                                                                  This mix is a perfect example of the type of dexterity, sensitivity and scope he possesses as a DJ.

                                                                                                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                                  01. Emika - Count Backwards (Marcel Dettmann Vocal Edit)
                                                                                                                                  02. Peter Van Hoesen - Axis Mundi
                                                                                                                                  03. Terrence Dixon - Tranquility (Octagen Remix)
                                                                                                                                  04. Byetone - Plastic Star (Dr. Walker Remix)
                                                                                                                                  05. Tommy Four Seven - G (Regis Remix)
                                                                                                                                  06. Marcel Fengler - Thwack (L.B. Dub Corp Remix)
                                                                                                                                  07. Secret Cinema - Timeless Altitude (Minneapolis Mix)
                                                                                                                                  08. Ratio - Double Feature
                                                                                                                                  09. Gerd - Time And Space (Duplex Southside Mix)
                                                                                                                                  10. Seiji - More Of You
                                                                                                                                  11. Claude Young & Takasi Nakajima - Think Twice
                                                                                                                                  12. Puresque - 001A
                                                                                                                                  13. Ben Sims - Slow Motion
                                                                                                                                  14. Vril - UV
                                                                                                                                  15. Marcel Fengler - Sphinx
                                                                                                                                  16. Skudge - Man On Wire
                                                                                                                                  17. Reagenz - The Labyrinth
                                                                                                                                  18. 20:20 Vision - Future Remembrance (20:20 Livestyle Mix)
                                                                                                                                  19. Convextion AKA ERP - Vapor Pressure

                                                                                                                                  Best before 2021 is a compilation of break tracks bringing together producers from different emerging electronic music scenes. Paris, Geneva, Tbilissi & Saint Petersbourg’s finest underground artists presenting what they do best : sexy disco samples, low, distorted 808 basses & kicks marked with rolling break beats.

                                                                                                                                  A tidy compilation from this courageous label, I'm really feeling the production on Greenwald's "Pppower" while Raw Takes' "Gate 313" is worth the entrance fee alone - a garage-house hybrid with anthemic pianos that's up there with the D Futers' "I Care" from a few years back. Serious!

                                                                                                                                  Some tasty electro-booty and ruffage nicely decorates the rest of the disc. It's a real shame late nite dance spots aren't open at the moment as this would be the perfect choice for those looking for some fresh shit to groove to! Hopefully the live streams will do it justice.... Highly recommended! Don't sleep...

                                                                                                                                  STAFF COMMENTS

                                                                                                                                  says: Big hyper spins for club kids and adults that should know better. RIYL: Natural Sciences, Dixon Avenue Basement Jams, 2 B Real etc etc.

                                                                                                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                                  A1. Greenwald - Pppower
                                                                                                                                  A2. DJ Laxxiste A - Zero Proof
                                                                                                                                  A3. Raw Takes - Gate313
                                                                                                                                  B1. Greenwald - Best Take
                                                                                                                                  B2. NW - Like That
                                                                                                                                  B3. Ottonian - EH
                                                                                                                                  B4. Gecin - With Love

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