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Moon Ride - Uncut Cosmic Disco Diamonds From The T.K. Galaxy

Presenting a collection of deep spatial gems mined from the ever impressive TK Disco vaults for your playback listening pleasure!

The TK Disco music empire has blessed our ears and minds with an endless stream of music since it's late 1960's inception. Countless soul and funk sides were produced, cut and released by label founder Henry Stone and his associates, in turn changing the face of contemporary black music in the USA and across the world forever. It is true that the TK story originated on America's 'Space Coast', the modern frontier of lunar exploration and galactic travel, the home of NASA and countless missions beyond the stars nestled on the East Coast of the United States.

'Moon Ride' - The compilation you hold in your hands, is merely one strand of the incredible music that was beamed out of Hialeah, FL over the decades. The focus on this collection is the idea of the 'cosmic' from the Disco era. These are records that emit a spacey vibe, either from their lyrical content or equally from their sonic qualities, imbibing synths and electronics to create otherworldly grooves. These records were big hits on underground music scenes such as Daniele Baldelli's cosmic movement in the 70's and 80's in Lake Garda, they were vehicles of escapism and hedonism on the discerning dancefloors of NYC in the hands of progressive DJs like David Mancuso and Nicky Siano and they were also essential building blocks in the creation of House and Techno music in the Midwestern cities of Chicago and Detroit, inspiring legendary artists such as Mr Fingers and Jeff Mills and countless others. An essential collection of music for listening, dancing, loving and travelling!


TRACK LISTING

A1. John Tropea - Livin' In The Jungle
A2. Universal Love - Moon Ride
B1. Stevo - Pay The Price
B2. Ish - Don't Stop
C1. Wanda Star Williams - Mr UFO
C2. King Sporty & The Root Rockers - Get On Down
D1. Mad Dog Fire Department - Cosmic Funk
D2. Fern Kinney - Groove Me

Oslo's undercover edit agent is Lindbaek with another essential communique in the Norsk Tripping series... Six more tracks selected from a private vault of dancefloor dynamite & super rarities, which takes in Italo, Dutch new wave, Space Rock & Balearic obscurities. All given the sonic once over for maximum playability...

Up first, "Disco Boulet" is a synth-led disco stomper for the Italo-philes and pill goths out there. Melancholic attitude, malfunctioning electronics, supercharged sequences and a disinterested vocal for the win. Next up, "Gnesta" is a new wave take on disco, which reminds me of La Bionda at their campest but with a murkier energy, driven largely by a f*cked up vocal straight outta the Bermuda Triangle. The aforementioned Dutch new wave rears its head on A3 offering "Haeverk", a kind of cosmic curio with frazzled synths, whispered vocals and all kind of guitar scree collapsing across a well disciplined drum box. 

Turning the corner "Fibre" is exactly my kind of wonked out, backwards dancing tackle, presumably pitched down, totally laced with tape hiss and possessed by some sort of bass frequency demon. YES! YES! YES! The cosmic weirdness continues with the strange, yet beautiful "Grishin", a dark and dubby freak from the glory days of the DIY era. All that remains is a Balearic tearjerker in the form of "Blodekjaerheia", a gorgeous blend of wordless vocals, clarinet, sitar and the dubbish bass.

STAFF COMMENTS

Patrick says: Bang this on the platter when you wanna move bodies and fry synapses. This six shooter of obscure rerubs offers new wave, synth disco, dubby industrial and the Balearic closer 'Blodekjaerheia'.

TRACK LISTING

A1. Disco Boulet
A2. Gnesta
A3. Haeverk
B1. Fibre
B2. Grishin
B3. Blodekjaerheia

Various Artists

Full Beam! For Gees Only Vol. 3

*HUGE FANFARE!!!* Full Beam! is back for the third (and possibly the best yet) installment of the "For Gees Only" series - choice boogie selected from deep within Pharaoh Brunson's mythical pyramid for the dancefloor fellaheen to indulge themself with.

No tracklisted as per the norm (good luck trainspotters!) but we here at Picc HQ have already unveiled a Stinger J & Special Occasion track so you don't have to! You know the score though by now surely? All hitters no shitters! 8 premium grade numbers pressed two per side for max fidelty and headroom. 

Riso-printed, snazzy AF sleeve to boot. You know what to do! 


STAFF COMMENTS

Matt says: Manchester's no. 1 boogie cru return with volume 3 of their eagerly collected cult series. Featuring all the hits from the infamous NTS Sunday show, 'longside nuff sizzlers aired by Brunson and co. at nights like Wet Play, Social Service and Red Laser Disco etc. BOOOGIIIEEE!!!

In feudal Japan, the Bushido Code defined the way of the samurai. It was a blueprint to conduct warfare with honor: a system built upon the qualities of rectitude and courage, honor and loyalty. In the modern world, these historical tenets may seem antiquated, or sometimes even obsolete. But the power of tradition is resolute and unyielding. The art of the rugged drum and the razor tongued rap are timeless. After a decade in the music business, Mello Music Group has witnessed the dealings and promises of the record industry. Running counter-clockwise to the mainstream ethic, Mello has settled on its own code of conduct and value system. Their catalogue is a Hagakare of hip-hop - a practical and spiritual guide to the essence. While the sounds are varied, an MMG release ensures that the art comes first, the artists are religiously devoted to the upholding of standards and values. The musicians swing fast blades and fly the Mello banner with speed and strength. This is "Bushido", the latest Mello Music compilation gathering the current roster and the label’s closest brethren. As always, the core shoguns are present: Apollo Brown, Oddisee, Quelle Chris, L'Orange, Joell Ortiz, Skyzoo, and Homeboy Sandman. The rated rookies brandish sharpened swords: Solemn Brigham, Namir Blade, and The Lasso. The legacy teammates with championship trophies are all present: Open Mike Eagle, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Elaquent, Kool Keith, and Mr. Lif. So are label affiliates, Murs, The Alchemist, RJ Payne, and B-Real. The veteran general rounds out the roster, Stalley, the newest member of the Mello family. This isn’t merely an anthology, it’s a fully formed vision of what hip-hop can be. A meticulously assembled arsenal of past, present, and future. Label Daimyo Michael Tolle, has historically used these compilations as an opportunity to create and build, pair new collaborations, and curate the sound for the coming year. At first, these albums heralded the arrival of a new hip-hop force; now, they serve as a reminder that Mello has expanded upon the proud lineage of seminal indie labels like Loud, Stones Throw, Rhymesayers, and Def Jux. It is a sanctuary of the raw. At its core, the artists achieve a platonic ideal of hip-hop. You can hear the spirit of Mobb Deep and Wu-Tang in a song like “Iron Steel Samurai” -- where The Alchemist conjures a brimstone inferno of crunching guitars and anvil drums, and Quelle Chris drops haikus in blood, dousing sauce on everything like siracha. The label’s ingenuity partially stems from its gift at bridging the generations. Between Kool Keith, Mr. Lif, Murs, Alchemist and B-Real, you have artists who fathered entire schools of hip-hop (Keith might well be the Abraham for every left-field MC ). Similarly, the first generation of Mello artists has defined the otherground of this era. Here, Oddisee, Apollo Brown and L’ Orange, embody the distinguished tradition of Pete Rock and Preemo, Dilla and Madlib. On “Gold Gloves” and “Symbol of Hope,” Open Mike Eagle whimsically balances between comic despair and existential mind wandering, like the last great member of the Native Tongues. While Skyzoo and Joell decapitate microphones with masterful swings. So on the beautiful carnage goes. The album and overarching spirit are perhaps best defined by a moment on Homeboy Sandman’s “None.” Like a long lost virtuoso from the Last Poets, Sandman ponders a question at the heart of the matter. He shrugs his shoulders about the current trends, the ones soon to fade out of fashion with the changing of the season. He sagely muses that there’s nothing wrong with liking a different type of song, grateful for his creative freedom from commercial pigeonholing. “There’s a reason why I don’t got to play along,” he raps. “But how many can do I what I can do? None…” It’s a moment that harkens back to the spark of creation that underpins the label: the rigorous code and idiosyncratic originality. A place that reveres the past, while securing the present for future generations. Something that goes on past the music, a deeper aspiration towards something that Tsunetomo Yamamoto wrote in The Book of the Samurai: “It is said that what is called "the spirit of an age" is something to which one cannot return. Although one would like to change today's world back to the spirit of one hundred years or more ago, it cannot be done. Thus, it is important to make the best out of every generation.”

STAFF COMMENTS

Matt says: Immensely strong compilation from the Mello Music Group featuring a smorgasbord of the hottest hip-hop talent. I've been all over Apollo Brown for some time, but there's f-in loads I've slept on from this label. So much to dig into here. Lyrical content's sublime, beats are to die for; production's sick. You need this!

TRACK LISTING

A Side
01. Iron Steel Samurai Feat. Quelle Chris, The Alchemist
02. Gold Gloves Feat. Open Mike Eagle, The Lasso
03. One Of The Last Feat. Marlowe
04. Yours Truly Feat. Homeboy Sandman, Kensaye Russell
05. No Trouble Feat. Oddisee
06. Gwan B Ok Feat. Zackey Force Funk, The Lasso
07. Ta-Nehisi The Vocals Feat. Skyzoo, L’Orange
08. Symbol Of Hope Feat. Open Mike Eagle, Namir Blade, Elaquent

B Side
09. Never Lived Feat. Oddisee
10. Bane Brain Feat. James Shahan, Quelle Chris
11. Black Rock Feat. Joell Ortiz, Namir Blade, Stalley, Solemn Brigham
12. Black Man Feat. RJ Payne, Apollo Brown
13. Nightmare Feat. Cambatta, Apollo Brown
14. Rap Feat. Homeboy Sandman, Eric Lau
15. You To Me Feat. Oddisee

Various Artists

Gaz's Rockin Blues - 40th Anniversary Special

    Stag-O-Lee is proud to continue the DJ-Set Series with a compilation by cult DJ and master of few compilations Gaz Mayall. As a tasty contribution to your vinyl LP collection, this double album explores four avenues that reflect aspects of Gaz's Rockin' Blues club. As Gaz “Founded July 3rd 1980, now celebrating 40 years of fun and dancing at London's Number One Blues dance. Originally at Gossips in the basement of 69 Dean Street, with it's entrance on Meard St., the cobbled alley that links it with Wardour Street in the heart of Soho, traditionally the hub of clubland and red light district in London's West End. After djing & presenting bands there for over 14 years I moved the regular Thursday club night round the corner to St. Moritz,159 Wardour Street. Another great Soho basement dive with a huge history.

    The choice of music in this particular selection contains two fundamental styles of Rhythm and Blues oriented boogie music that influenced the world. The post war era of black dance music was driven by R&B that was the inspiration for the Rock`n´Roll of the 1950's. Here you have a hard core Slice of Black Rock & Roll, a side of rockin' early 50's R&B, it's precursor on one platter. On the next disc you'll hear a bunch of moving, exciting and at times frenzied 50’s Gospel. The idiom where most R&B and black Rock`n´Roll and Soul stars learned their art and cut their teeth. I was asked for this project to choose a bunch of Jamaican tunes to illustrate the role Jamaica's music has played in influencing the style and direction of Gaz's Rockin' Blues.

    These tracks are drawn from the very earliest days, at the inception of Ska in the late 50’s when JA artists, having fell in love with US R&B, created their own take on it. I hope you enjoy this album for many years to come. Treasure it as I and all at Gaz’s Rockin Blues have treasured these tracks. 40 years and still going strong!” Gaz Mayall

    TRACK LISTING

    Side A/Rock`n´Roll
    1. Little Richard - Long Tall Sally
    2. Cledus Harrison - Rock And Roll In The Groove
    3. Screamin' Joe Neal - Rock And Roll Deacon
    4. Pretty Boy - Bip Bop Bip
    5. Jackie Brenston - My Real Gone Rocket
    6. Dave Bartholomew - Can't Take It No More
    7. James Brown - Chonnie-On-Chon

    Side B/Rhythm & Blues
    1. Lowell Fulson - Don't Drive Me Baby
    2. Jimmy Witherspoon - Don't Ever Move A Woman Into Your House
    3. Brownie McGhee - I'm 10,000 Years Old
    4. Clarence Gatemouth Brown - You Got Money
    5. Bob Gaddy - Slow Down Baby
    6. Floyd Dixon - Hey, Bartender
    7. Sonny Knight - But Officer

    Side C/Gospel
    1. The Flying Clouds - I've Got A Right To The Tree Of Life
    2. Sensational Nightingales - To The End
    3. The Pilgrim Travelers - Hold On
    4. The Gospel Clefs - By The Waters Of Babylon
    5. Brother Joe May - It Doesn't Cost Very Much
    6. Bessie Griffin - More Like Jesus
    7. Archie Brownlee - In The Wilderness

    Side D/Jamaica
    1. Owen Gray - Let Me Go Free
    2. Count Ossie Afro Combo - Cassavubu
    3. Rico's Combo - Gee's Boogie
    4. The Blues Busters - Little Vilma
    5. The Moonlighters - I Need Your Love
    6. Theophilus Beckford - Now You're Dead
    7. Duke Reid And His Group - Pink Lane Shuffle

    Various Artists

    The Rough Guide To Avant-Garde Japan

      This Rough Guide highlights some of today’s key innovators whose individualism challenges the conformist perception of Japan. A unique insight into the richness and diversity of the vibrant underground Japanese scene, which draws on myriad influences from free jazz and electronica to Zen budhism. Pioneering artists who push the boundaries of Japanese music, whilst at the same time paying respect to their musical heritage. Featuring tracks by free-spirited Koto players Michiyo Yagi, Karin, as well as koto/guitar duo tsuMGuito. Compiled by the renowned radio presenter, journalist, and Japanese music expert Paul Fisher.

      TRACK LISTING

      1.  Michiyo Yagi - Rouge
      2.  Masanori Oishi - Syracuse Blues
      3.  Cockroach Eater - Kyogen Qabbalah
      4.  Emiko Voice - Sanosa
      5.  Karin - Uiteruyo?
      6.  TsuMGuito - FPB
      7.  Shun Sakai & The Long Goodbye - Sukanpo No Sakukoro, Bengawan Solo, Kanpyo

      Various Artists

      Electric Jesus (Music From And Inspired By The Motion Picture)

        During the mid-1980s heavy metal music was under attack on multiple fronts. Tipper Gore's Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC) was fighting metal in the halls of congress, while Christian evangelists like Bob Larson waged war on the music from the pulpit. Their messaging was effective, convincing some parents that metal music would turn their children into sex-crazed, suicidal satanists. Metal records were forbidden in households across the United States, creating space for the rise of a new market within the music industry. It was in the midst of this culture war that Christian metal emerged in American popular culture.


        The Los Angeles-based band Stryper became the face of Christian metal when their 1986 album To Hell with the Devil went platinum, earning the band Grammy nominations, and regular rotation on MTV. Stryper's unprecedented success inspired a generation of young Christian metalheads. Electric Jesus tells the story of one of those groups, a fictional teenage Christian metal band called 316. Set in 1986, the film offers an affectionate look at '80s Christian youth culture as it documents 316's journey from playing bible camp talent shows and church lock-ins, to performing at Christian music festivals and hardcore metal nightclubs. Any decent fictional rock biopic requires a convincing soundtrack, and Electric Jesus' director Chris White found the perfect collaborator in Daniel Smith. Smith is a prolific figure in indie rock, having worked under the Danielson moniker (and its variations- Danielson Famile, Brother Danielson) over the past two decades. Smith is known for his highly unique vocal style, which is characterized by the frequent use of a screeching falsetto. Serendipitously, this sound overlaps perfectly with the screaming falsetto vocals of hair metal. Smith also brings a nuanced sensitivity to the film's source material. His father is a prominent Christian music songwriter, and Smith's own work carries a deeply spiritual perspective. Smith's experience brings a credible authenticity to the project. While the lyrics were handled by director Chris White, Smith composed, or co-composed all of 316's original music and the results are spot-on. While composing for Electric Jesus, Smith immersed himself in the hair metal music of his youth, binge-listening to a steady rotation of bands like Ratt, Twisted Sister, and Motley Crew.


        In addition to the music of 316, the Electric Jesus soundtrack features new material from Smith's Danielson projects featuring four new proper Danielson songs (including the fantastic sunshine pop of Danielson's Beach Boys-influenced "You Can Fly"), plus a track from Steve Taylor & the Danielson Foil, and instrumental score by Smith's "Familyre Friends". The soundtrack also contains music Smith composed for 316's black metal rivals Satan's Clutch, and Bloody Mass. But it's the music of 316 that forms the centerpiece of this 21 track release. All of 316's songs are expertly voiced by actor Wyatt Lenhart, who is also the onscreen frontman of 316. The chemistry of this ensemble is best experienced on the album's lead single, 316's hilariously bombastic "Commando For Christ" one of the most brilliant send-ups of metal music since This Is Spinal Tap. The magic of what Smith and his crew have done here is to create a set of music that speaks to all of these responses. They clearly understand the inherent absurdities of hair metal, while also conveying a sincere affinity for the style.

        TRACK LISTING

        1 316 - Commando For Christ
        2 Danielson - You Can Fly
        3 Familyre Friends - Vacation Bible Bop
        4 Bloody Mass – Love
        5 Danielson - Passing Through The Wall Of Flame
        6 316 – Barabbas
        7 Danielson - Heavenly Metal
        8 Familyre Friends - Do The Barabbas!
        9 Soul Exhumation - Beat You Off
        10 Familyre Friends - Arcade Reigns
        11 316 - Love Comes Down
        12 316 - Girl (I Love Jesus Too)
        13 Sarah Wember & 316 - This World Is Not My Home
        14 Familyre Friends - Have You Ever Had A Girlfriend?
        15 Satan's Clutch - All Hail Hell
        16 Joy Explosion - We Just
        17 Steve Taylor & The Danielson Foil - Ecstatic Delight
        18 Danielson - Come And Save Me
        19 316 - Makes Me Wanna Sing
        20 Familyre Friends - We All Went Commando
        21 Fleming & John - Don't Toss Us Away

        Various Artists

        Greg Belson's Divine Funk

          Following on from the success of ‘Greg Belson’s Divine Disco’ series Greg Belson and Cultures of Soul team up again to explore the world of Gospel Funk. Belson is one of the world's leading collectors and DJs of gospel music. You hold in your hands a collection of some of the rarest Gospel funk records from Belson’s amazing collection featuring everything from the laid back breakbeat laced “I Don’t Want to Be Alone" by Allen Gauff Jr to the high octane and socially-on-point take of the Gospel classic ‘This Little Light Of Mine’ by the Gospel Ambassadors to drum break funk of the Wearyland Singers ‘If You See Me Doing Wrong” to the sublime soulfulness of Zella Jackson’s “Days Are Just Like People." Without a doubt though, all of the artists included in this compilation, believed in themselves, the message, and the direction of the Gospel Funk intensity you hear within these grooves. Gettin’ on the Good Foot for God? Listen and decide for yourselves!

          TRACK LISTING

          A1. The Chariettes Gospel Singers - Nobody But Jesus
          A2. Allen Gauff Jr - I Don't Want To Be Alone
          A3. The Christian Harmonizers - Troubles Of The World
          A4. The Wearyland Singers - If You See Me Doing Wrong
          A5. Gospel Travelers - Jesus Is Watching You
          A6. Pearl Farano And The High Lites Of Joy - Who's Your Boss
          B1. Gospel Ambassadors - This Little Light Of Mine
          B2. Vocal Aires - Save A Seat For Me
          B3. Birmingham Travelers - Call Me Answer (feat. Henry Burton)
          B4. Zella Jackson - Days Are Just Like People
          B5. The Original Christian Harmonizers - Blackman Keep Doing Your Thing
          B6. Preacherman Isadore Womack - I’ve Got Power In My Mind 

          Various Artists

          Bills & Aches & Blues (40 Years Of 4AD)

            In 2020, 4AD turned 40. Never one to be on time for a party, the label is commemorating that landmark this year with the release of Bills & Aches & Blues.

            The compilation features 18 of its current artists covering a song of their choosing from 4AD’s past: a creative experiment rooted in the spirit of collaboration and a snapshot of 4AD, 41 years after its inception.

            Bills & Aches & Blues will be released on double LP and double CD on 23rd July. The first 12 months’ profits from Bills & Aches & Blues will be donated to The Harmony Project, a Los Angeles-based after-school programme for children from communities and schools that lack equitable access to studying the arts or music.

            Bills & Aches & Blues’ 18 recordings contain fascinating connections between artist and track. The earliest song chosen (by U.S. Girls) is The Birthday Party’s ‘Junkyard’, from 1981; the most recent are the two Grimes covers (‘Genesis’ and ‘Oblivion’, respectively by Spencer. and Dry Cleaning) from 2012. Suitably, for the one band that bridges 4AD past and present, The Breeders are all over Bills And Aches And Blues. They’re covered three times – ‘Cannonball’ by Tune-Yards, ‘Mountain Battles’ by Bradford Cox of Deerhunter and ‘Off You’ by Big Thief, whilst The Breeders cover ‘The Dirt Eaters’ by their ‘90s contemporaries His Name Is Alive.

            Landmark songs such as ‘Cannonball’, ‘Song To The Siren’ and Pixies’ ‘Where is My Mind?’, will feel comfortable to casual fans, however by contrast, much joy can be found in the album’s surprise choices, such as Air Miami’s ‘Seabird’ and the Lush B-side ‘Sunbathing’, covered respectively by new signings Maria Somerville and Jenny Hval.

            Bills & Aches & Blues is named, arguably (as Elizabeth Fraser never published the lyrics) after the opening line of Cocteau Twins ‘Cherry-Coloured Funk’. Perhaps too unique and uncoverable in their own right, their legendary take on Tim Buckley’s ‘Song To The Siren’, under the name This Mortal Coil (along with Buckley’s pre-Starsailor acoustic version) informs SOHN’s cover.

            Some tracks unearth hitherto hidden shared DNA, such as Future Islands’ and Colourbox’s ‘The Moon Is Blue’; other tracks are more akin to reinvention. Aldous Harding distils the melodic essence of Deerhunter’s ‘Revival’ and recasts it in her own uncanny image. U.S. Girls’ future-disco ‘Junkyard’ and Bing & Ruth’s neo-classical instrumental ‘Gigantic’ are even more radical interpretations. Leading off the album, Tkay Maidza brings both her Art Rap and R&B game, but also an unexpected ‘80s synth pop template, to Pixies’ ‘Where Is My Mind?’, a perfect title for these chaotic times.

            TRACK LISTING

            Side 1:
            01 Tkay Maidza Where Is My Mind? (Pixies)
            02 U.S. Girls Junkyard (The Birthday Party)
            03 Aldous Harding Revival (Deerhunter)
            04 The Breeders Dirt Eaters (His Name Is Alive)
            05 Maria Somerville Seabird (Air Miami)

            Side 2:
            06 Tune-Yards Cannonball (The Breeders)
            07 Spencer. Genesis (Grimes)
            08 Helado Negro Futurism (Deerhunter)
            09 Efterklang Postal (Piano Magic)
            10 Bing And Ruth Gigantic (Pixies)

            Side 3:
            11 Future Islands The Moon Is Blue (Colourbox)
            12 Jenny Hval Sunbathing (Lush)
            13 Dry Cleaning Oblivion (Grimes)
            14 Bradford Cox Mountain Battles (Breeders)

            Side 4:
            15 SOHN Song To The Siren (Tim Buckley)
            16 Becky And The Birds The Wolves Act I And II (Bon Iver)
            17 Ex:Re Misery Is A Butterfly (Blonde Redhead)
            18 Big Thief Off You (The Breeders)

            An exciting one for the pre-'95 Glastonbury travellers scene, anyone who lived around Hulme Crescent post-XTC fallout and the free party crowds of the Peak District. South MCR and Snowdonia, "Space Out!" is a compilation of psychedelic dub, space rock, embryonic prog and danceable electronica created in the UK's festival scene between 1986 and 1996.

            Curated by Belgian artist and producer DJ Athome (Front de Cadeaux) who has focussed on a loosely organized British musical movement born outta the free festivals in Stonehenge and now well known around the globe. It represented a continuation of the psychedelic spirit of the 60s, with altered states of consciousness, dub production techniques, non-Western influences as well as instruments featuring heavily, along with a desire to side-step mainstream venues, labels, and attitudes.

            Musically, it took on many forms, from mind-expanding space rock to third eye-opening electronica to shattering psychedelic dub. Visually, the zines, cassettes, LPs, and CDs created by this scene also displayed heavy influences from 60's psychedelia, updated for the late 80s and early 90s.

            This compilation is in equal amounts an introduction for newcomers and a confirmation for those who already know that this was without a doubt one of the trippiest and most compelling psychedelic musical movements of the last decades, notable for its hybridity, its sincerity, and above all its wonderfully life-changing effects for listeners and performers alike. Not mention the perfect symbiosis between synthesized chemicals, powerful soundsystems and electronic music.

            The compilation is presented in 2LP format, along with a limited edition Riso printed scene which features a foreword by acclaimed philosopher Timothy Morton, along with liner notes by David Borsu, one of the key players of Liège's musical collectives in the 90s and illustrations by designer Andrew Beltran.


            STAFF COMMENTS

            Matt says: Mega comp here for any closet crusties, techno-hippies, rave gremlins and free party fairies that populated the muddy fields and warehouses of the early 90s and beyond. I found this sound above the clouds and in the heather moorlands of the Peak District. But simultaneously there were regional variations, often dictated by the maverick and renegade soundsystem owners that powered the scene. The only thing that's missing here is a Suns of Arqa track!

            TRACK LISTING

            A1. Eat Static - Kothluwalawa
            A2. Magic Mushroom Band - Aravinda
            A3. The Ullulators - Zulu Proons
            B1. Ozric Tentacles - Secret Names
            B2. Revolutionary Dub Warriors - Dread V1
            B3. Junkwaffel - Substrata
            C1. The Ullulators - Simply Conscious Dub
            C2. Magic Mushroom Band - Squatter In The House
            C3. Ozric Tentacles - Sploosh!
            D1. Divine Soma Experience - Music Is Magic
            D2. Extremadura - Epsilon

            Various Artists

            Music For Dreams Summer Sessions 2021 LP (RSD21 EDITION)

              THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2021 EXCLUSIVE AND WILL BE AVAILABLE INSTORE ON SATURDAY JULY 17TH ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

              IF THERE ARE ANY REMAINING COPIES THEY WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT 6PM ON THE SAME DAY (SATURDAY JULY 17TH).


              This is the third year featuring tracks that have never been released on vinyl & exclusive tracks (never released) exclusive for this release.

              Various Artists

              Soul Jazz Records Presents: Studio One Ska Fire! Collectors 7" Box Set (RSD21 EDITION)

                THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2021 EXCLUSIVE AND WILL BE AVAILABLE INSTORE ON SATURDAY JULY 17TH ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

                IF THERE ARE ANY REMAINING COPIES THEY WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT 6PM ON THE SAME DAY (SATURDAY JULY 17TH).


                Soul Jazz Records are releasing Studio One Ska Fire Box Set, a limited-edition one-off pressing exclusive for Record Store Day 2021, collectors seven-inch box set featuring 10 amazing and super-rare Studio One ska tracks on five 7" singles, all produced here in deluxe hard form box each single with separate inner sleeves. Featuring The Skatalites, Lee Perry, Toots and the Maytals, Bob Marley and The Wailers, Don Drummond, Jackie Opel, Derrick Morgan, The Ethiopians and more - a who's who of the biggest names in reggae history! Rare and classic original ska tracks from Jamaica's no.1 record label, all recorded by Clement Sir Coxsone Dodd at Studio One Records. All tracks have been digitally remastered and the singles come housed in a thick, heavyweight card box. This box set is a one-off pressing exclusively for Record Store Day.

                TRACK LISTING

                 RECORD 1 A: Bob Marley And The Wailers - Rude Boy AA: Derrick Morgan - It's Alright
                RECORD 2 A: Don Drummond - Don D Special AA: The Maytals - A Man Who Knows
                RECORD 3 A: The Skatalites - Something Special AA: Lee Perry - Open Up (aka Cook Book)
                RECORD 4 A: The Regals - Shammy Back AA: Bob Marley And The Wailers - Diamond Baby
                RECORD 5 A: Jackie Opel - The Mill Man AA: Ethiopians - I Am Free

                Various Artists

                May The Circle Remain Unbroken: A Tribute To Roky Erickson (RSD21 EDITION)

                  THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2021 EXCLUSIVE AND WILL BE AVAILABLE INSTORE ON SATURDAY JULY 17TH ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

                  IF THERE ARE ANY REMAINING COPIES THEY WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT 6PM ON THE SAME DAY (SATURDAY JULY 17TH).


                  As part of Light in the Attic's on-going Roky Erickson series, the label will be celebrating the late singer's undeniable genius with May The Circle Remain Unbroken: A Tribute To Roky Erickson, the first-ever posthumous tribute to the psychedelic rock luminary and pioneer. Produced by Bill Bentley, the 12-track set features artists ranging the whole world of modern music, showing their deep love for Roky's one-of-a-kind artistry, including Lucinda Williams, Billy F Gibbons, The Black Angels, Margo Price, Mosshart Sexton (Alison Mosshart & Charlie Sexton), Neko Case, Mark Lanegan & Lynn Castle, Jeff Tweedy, Gary Clark Jr & Eve Monsees, Ty Segall, Chelsea Wolfe, and Brogan Bentley. This deluxe RSD LP edition will be pressed on special color wax (clear with purple hi-melt) and includes a limited-edition flexi disc featuring an unreleased track, titled ìLove Hieroglyphics,î performed by Roky circa the early í70s. The release also includes a 16-page booklet with rare photos and new liner notes by Bill Bentley. 

                  TRACK LISTING

                  SIDE ONE
                  Billy F Gibbons -- (I've Got) Levitation
                  Mosshart Sexton -- Starry Eyes
                  Jeff Tweedy -- For You (I'd Do Anything)
                  Lynn Castle & Mark Lanegan -- Clear Night For Love
                  The Black Angels -- Don't Fall Down
                  Neko Case -- Be And Bring Me Home

                  SIDE TWO
                  Margo Price -- Red Temple Prayer (Two-Headed Dog)
                  Gary Clark Jr. & Eve Monsees -- Roller Coaster
                  Ty Segall -- Night Of The Vampire
                  Lucinda Williams -- You're Gonna Miss Me
                  Chelsea Wolfe -- If You Have Ghosts
                  Brogan Bentley -- May The Circle Remain Unbroken

                  BONUS RSD-ONLY FLEXI DISC:
                  Roky Erickson -- Love Hieroglyphics

                  Various Artists

                  Punk The Capital: Building A Sound Movement

                    Punk The Capital: Building A Sound Movement A Documentary Tracing The Birth Of Punk-rock In Washington D.C. (1976-1983) Featuring Bad Brains, Minor Threat, Void, Rites Of Spring And More, With Interviews From Henry Rollins, Ian MacKaye, H.R., Jello Biafra, Joe Keithley And Many Others. Includes 50+ Minutes Of Bonus Shorts With Scream, Void, The Cramps And The Slickee Boys.

                    When Punk Rock Erupted In Washington D.C., It Was A Mighty Convergence Of Powerful Music, Friendships And Clear Minds. This Film Is The First To Explore The Incredible Challenges That This Subculture Faced When It Took Root In The Nations Capital In The Late 1970s.

                    Punk The Capital Situates D.C. Punk Within The Larger Narratives Of Rock N Roll, Working As A Powerful Multi-layered Story For Both Fans And Non-fans Of Punk Rock. Featuring Musicians Such As Bad Brains, Henry Rollins, Ian MacKaye And Jello Biafra, This Film Dives Deep Into The Ideas And Sounds From This Transformative Music Scene Which Continues To Be Influential Culturally And Politically Around The World.

                    Created By James June Schneider (co-director, Editor), Paul Bishow (co-director) And Sam Lavine (associate Producer, Co-editor), Punk The Capital Was Theatrically Released In The US Last Month And Garnered Rave Reviews From The Press And Fans Alike. Many Of The Screenings Became Special Events, With Q&As With The Directors And Pete Stahl Of Scream, Chris Stover Of Void, Nicky Thomas Of Fire Party, Curator/publisher Roger Gastman And Hudley Flipside Of Flipside Fanzine, Just To Name A Few.

                    Schneider States: The Final Version Of Our Film That Were Releasing Now Is Just The Intense Tip Of The Iceberg Our First Cut Was 7 Hours Long. In The End, We Wound Up Focusing On The Untold And Improbable Story Of Punk Rocks Beginnings In Washington D.C., That Happened Concurrently With Cities Across The Western World. We Took A Lot Of Our Extra Material That Otherwise Might Never Have Been Seen And Edited It Together To Make Short Films That Will Be In The Bonus Section On The DVD. One Of The Shorts Focuses On The Band Scream And Their Family Connections To D.C.s Legendary 1960s Garage Band Scene.

                    As We Roll The Film Out, Weve Been Blown Away By The Positive Response Not Just From Fans Of Punk And D.C. Punk Who See And Hear A Lot Of Unseen Material. Weve Also Heard From A Lot Of People Even Up To 90 Years Old Who Didnt Really Like Punk But Nonetheless Love The Film. Were Glad To See That Punk The Capital Works On A Lot Of Levels And Are Hoping That It Will Reach A Broad Audience Since The DIY Ideas Highlighted In The Film About The D.C. Punk Scene Go Well Beyond The Music.

                    Punk The Capital Will Be Released On DVD In The US For Record Store Day On June 12 Via Passion River And In The UK For Record Store Day On July 26 Via Wienerworld. A Portion Of All DVDs Sold Through Dischord Records Will Go To The D.C. Charity We Are Family.

                    As An Added Bonus, The Discs Contain 50+ Minutes Of Short Films From The Archives Of Punk The Capital:

                    Scream Meets The Hangmen: Featuring All Of Scream Including Dave Grohl

                    Void And Friends: A Portrait Of The Cult Hardcore Band From The D.C. Suburbs

                    The Seminal WGTB Concert: The Legendary First Punk Concert For So Many D.C. Kids, The Cramps And Total Chaos

                    The Slickee Boys: Extra Material On The Band Who Got D.C. Punk Off The Ground Circa 1976

                    Various Artists

                    Hillbillies In Hell: Volume XII (RSD21 EDITION)

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                      Witness... A desperate, desert-baked Midnight Highway of Lost Souls, Cuckolds, Wastrels, blistering Righteous Anthems and delirious Apocalyptic Fever-Dreams. This sublime collection of knowns and unknowns, battered Nashville legends and forgotten backwoods-poets features tales of Grisly Barroom Homicides, Jilted Lustmords, Grim Divorcees in Bedlam and Fiery Suburban Infanticides. Often originally waxed and distributed in unrewarding amounts, these Troubled Troubadours sing of Cowardice, Infidelity, Spurned Lover's Suicide Pacts, Tortured Jailbirds, Vengeful Inebriates and dubious Parenting Skills. Years in the making ñ ëHillbillies In Hellí (Volume XII) presents 16 timeless tribulations - Sinful Seductresses, Grinding Poverty, Nihilistic Murderous Horrors, Satan's Eternal Maze of Hardships and Temptations and God's blazing Light of Redemption. A dank yet at times uplifting stash of marginal 45s - some of these sides are impossibly rare and are reissued here for the very first time. All for your prurient listening pleasure.

                      Various Artists

                      Sassy & Strong: Forgotten Sides From Nashville's Finest Ladies (1967-1973) (RSD21 EDITION)

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                        In the long shadow of anthems like 'These Boots Are Made For Walking' and 'Ode To Billie Joe'... Here are some of the finest, most forgotten moments from Nashville's best known and most unknown Ladies. An incredible compendium of seldom heard Countrypolitan Triumphs: Fuzztone Fables to the great God of Avarice - Mammon, totally Boss bass-string belters for Hard-Working Beer-Joint Babes, fearless Existential tracts of Mortality and jaded, jaundiced Serenades for Jilted Lovers. Years in the making - Sassy & Strong presents 16 timeless tirades from when Nashville put the Pedal Steel to the Metal, when Rubber hit the Country Road: Burnished Broken tales of Celebrity, fumbling, faltering Crises of Identity, Deep, Deep, Probing Lamentations, exhilarating Celebratory Gospel Exaltations and feisty epic Biblical Emancipations. Upfront and uplifting, profound, proud, reflective and questioning - some of these original 45s are extremely rare and are reissued here for the very first time. All for your rumbling, righteous listening pleasure. ïWITNESS Norma Jean cry HEAVEN HELP THE WORKING GIRL! ïHEAR Anita Carter declare I WON'T CHANGE FOR YOU! ïSEE Judy West sing bittersweet to the NASHVILLE WIVES! ïLimited Edition Deluxe Gatefold LP with exclusive scholarly liner notes by Alvin Lucia! ïFull dynamic range 2021 remasters direct from the first generation analogue master tapes! Limited Edition 500 LPs! 250 'Nashville Gold' Gold LPs! / 250 'Black Pearl' Black LPs! (randomly inserted)!

                        Various Artists

                        Erased Tapes 20 .. - - - 0

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                          "especially in this time of isolation we need to remind ourselves of the importance of art, just how magical a medium sound is to express, to raise and answer question marks, to open and mend the soul… it’s the most universally speaking of all languages as it knows no borders.

                          " at a time of global separation, erased tapes founder and sonic explorer robert raths stitched together a project putting what is most important at the forefront — connection. this collection of works by undisclosed artists from the roster gives space and time to appreciate art at its most honest. by shedding the information noise usually attached to release cycles and by bringing music back to the magic of sound, we're presented with an opportunity for exploration when we need it most. robert spoke to mary anne hobbs of bbc 6music about how releasing music without revealing its origin through the 20・・--0 morse code series enabled him to share what him and the artists have been working on in real-time as opposed to the usual delays that come with releasing music. "all the information, all that noise… as much as it can help give context, it also takes something away. it tends to cloud your senses and take away from the magic of when you first hear something that’s completely unknown to your ears. how wonderful a sensation it is to just listen and let the music speak for itself without prejudice or the need for any references." — robert raths

                          Various Artists

                          You Flexi Thing Vol 8 (RSD21 EDITION)

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                            Volume 8 of Repeat Records flexi disc series featuring bands from East Anglia and South Wales. Four tracks including new material from The Darling Buds, Tom Emlyn (of Swansea's Bandicoot), Cambridge sixth form students The Monoliths, and Colchester's The Verdicts. Darling Buds - "Jump In" Tom Emlyn - 'Serenade' The Monoliths - 'Fuck Oasis' The Verdicts - "You Believe

                            Various Artists

                            Soul Jazz Records Presents: Funk 70 - Collectors 7" Box Set (RSD21 EDITION)

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                              Soul Jazz Records are releasing Funk 70 Box Set, a limited-edition one-off pressing, exclusive for Record Store Day, collectors seven-inch box set, featuring ten superb, rare and classic funk cuts across five individual bespoke 7" singles housed in a hardbox set, with each single housed in individual innersleeves. Seriously rare, killer and classic funk tunes brought together here in this unique one-off Record Store Day box-set edition. This release features so many great singles. The super-rare Winstons MASSIVE 45 featuring Amen Brother (the drum break of all drum breaks for all jungle records ever!) as well as the soul anthem Color Him Father. A superb rare Detroit funk cut from Jackie Harris, Joe Bataanís Latin Strut - the best latin funk tune ever made that helped launch Salsoul Records, rare groove hi-adrenalin funk from Untouchable Machine Shop and finally a KILLER slice of New Orleans funk produced by Eddie Bo with the amazing drums of James Black in the mix. All tracks have been digitally re-mastered and the singles come housed in a thick, heavyweight deluxe card box. This box set is a one-off pressing exclusively for Record Store Day. Soul Jazz Records are releasing Funk 70 Box Set, a limited-edition one-off pressing, exclusive for Record Store Day, collectors seven-inch box set, featuring ten superb, rare and classic funk cuts across five individual bespoke 7" singles housed in a hardbox set, with each single housed in individual innersleeves. Seriously rare, killer and classic funk tunes brought together here in this unique one-off Record Store Day box-set edition. This release features so many great singles. The super-rare Winstons MASSIVE 45 featuring Amen Brother (the drum break of all drum breaks for all jungle records ever!) as well as the soul anthem Color Him Father. A superb rare Detroit funk cut from Jackie Harris, Joe Bataanís Latin Strut ñ the best latin funk tune ever made that helped launch Salsoul Records, rare groove hi-adrenalin funk from Untouchable Machine Shop and finally a KILLER slice of New Orleans funk produced by Eddie Bo with the amazing drums of James Black in the mix. All tracks have been digitally re-mastered and the singles come housed in a thick, heavyweight deluxe card box. This box set is a one-off pressing exclusively for Record Store Day.



                              TRACK LISTING

                              Record 1 A: The Winstons - Amen Brother B: The Winstons - Color Him Father
                              Record 2 A: Jackie Harris & The Exciters - Do It, Do It B: Jackie Harris & The Exciters - Get Funk Sweet A Little Bit
                              Record 3 A: Joe Bataan - Latin Strut B: Joe Bataan - Peace, Friendship And Solidarity
                              Record 4 A: Untouchable Machine Shop - Machine Shop (Part 1) B: Untouchable Machine Shop - Machine Shop (Part 2)
                              Record 5 A: Inell Young - The Next Ball Game B: Inell Young - Part Of The Game

                              Various Artists

                              Soul Jazz Records Presents: Studio One Soul (RSD21 EDITION)

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                                Soul Jazz Records are releasing this 20th anniversary edition of their classic Studio One Soul on unique Record Store Day EXCLUSIVE coloured vinyl + download code. This new edition is a one-off special pressing exclusively for Record Store Day 2021. Owned and founded by Clement "Coxsone" Dodd, Studio One's output serves as a comprehensive guide to the history of Reggae music. Studio One Soul tracks the link between American Funk and Soul and Jamaican Reggae at the legendary Studio One Records. Curtis Mayfield, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, The Temptations, King Floyd, Booker T and The MGs - all these artists had a huge influence on Jamaican artists and this album contains versions of songs by all of them. Featuring classic and rare Reggae Funk and Soul cuts from the Reggae giants alongside rarer cuts, Studio One Soul spans over 20 years of classic Reggae from the Rocksteady Funk through to the deep Roots music.

                                TRACK LISTING

                                A 1. Leroy Sibbles - Express Yourself 2. Norma Fraser - Respect 3. Leroy Sibbles - Groove Me 4. Sound Dimension - Time Is Tight 5. The Heptones - Message From A Black Man B 1. Otis Gayle - I'll Be Around 2. Jerry Jones - Still Water 3. Sound Dimension - Soulful Strut 4. Richard Ace - Can't Get Enough 5. The Chosen Few - Don't Break Your Promise C 1. The Eternals - Queen Of The Minstrels 2. Norma Fraser - The First Cut Is The Deepest 3. Ken Parker - How Strong 4. Ken Boothe - Set Me Free D 1. Senior Soul - Is It Because I'm Black 2. Jackie Mittoo - Deeper & Deeper 3. Alton Ellis - I Don't Want To Be Right 4. Willie Williams - No One Can Stop Us 

                                Various Artists

                                Ed Banger Records - Ed Rec Vol.1 (RSD21 EDITION)

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                                  The first & cult Ed Banger Records Compilation from 2008 has always been Digital only. 1st time ever physical release as RSD exclusive. Ed Banger Records celebrating this year its 18th Anniversary says hello to Indies always supporting the label

                                  Various Artists

                                  Oceans Eleven - Music From The Motion Picture (Limited 20th Anniversary Black & Red Cornetto "Roulette Wheel" Vinyl Edition) (RSD21 EDITION)

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                                    Cannily blending composer David Holmes' electronica jazz-funk with old-school orchestral artists like Percy Faith, Arthur Lyman, and Quincy Jones--not to mention a vintage Vegas shot of Elvis--the soundtrack to the 2001 thriller Oceans Eleven is like the overstuffed olive in Steven Soderbergh's cinematic cocktail. For its vinyl debut on its 20th anniversary, Real Gone Music is spinning this platter the only way it could be spun: on cornetto, red and black "roulette wheel" vinyl limited to 2500 copies. Comes inside a jacket and printed inner sleeve sporting production stills. RSD shoppers, place your bets!

                                    Various Artists

                                    Brown Acid: Ten Heavy Hits Vol. 1 (RSD21 EDITION)

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                                      ONE TRACK FROM EACH OF THE FIRST TEN VOLUMES OF BROWN ACID. LIMITED EDITION RSD ONLY PRESSIONG

                                      Various Artists

                                      Too Slow To Disco Presents: Yacht Soul - Cover Versions (RSD21 EDITION)

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                                        This is the new compilation by TSTD/DJ Supermarkt with Soul/Funk Coverversions of Westcoast/AOR/Yachtpop gems! TSTD returns with another trip into the musical past of the sundrenched Westcoast: This time DJ Supermarkt unearthed 17 Soul & Funk Coverversions of original Westcoast/AOR/Yachtpop gems. As slightly expected, the The Afro-American musicians add a heavy dose of Funk and heavenly Soul to the game. The original tracks are covered by big Soul & Funk acts like Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan, Quincy Jones, Brothers Johnson, but also forgotten acts like The Ebonys, Leslie Smith, Side Effect. And you can find tracks originally performed by the big league of the Westcoast, like The Doobie Brothers, Fleetwood Mac, Hall & Oates, Steely Dan, Wings, and even The Beach Boys, alongside lesser known acts like Ned Doheny, Bill LaBounty, Airplay! Most tracks are from the late 70s/early 80s, but failed to become big hits and fell under the radar. Like Chaka Khan doing a seriously funky version of Fleetwood Mac's Everywhere (from an unreleased album recording), next to obscure reworks like Leslie Smith's version of Nothin You Can Do About It by the overlooked Airplay (Jay Graydon and David Foster). There are especially surprising versions here, like Millie Jacksonís gospel-like rendering of This Is It by Kenny Loggins/Michael McDonald, or Billy Paul's Black Power-influenced version of Paul McCartney/Wings Let Em In and the rare cover of The Beach Boys God Only Known by Betty Everett. Overall another TSTD collection of smooth, sunny, extremely soulful and funky tracks, that needed to be dug-out to be heard again. This is Bottled Sunshine! Vinyl comes as usual in gatefold sleeve with liner notes, download code and 180g heavy orange double vinyl.

                                        Various Artists

                                        Trashmouth Records.. 10 Years Not Dead (RSD21 EDITION)

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                                          "Trashmouth Records.. 10 years Not Dead" marks the 10th aniversary of the inception of the Trashmouth experiment and features remixes of some of the labels favorite tracks and artists.. The LP will of course be pressed on the finest affordable, luxurious fake-gold vinyl & encompass a visual history of the label within its artwork, featuring photographs of the now legendary Trashmouth nights at the Brixton Windmill, where bands bitched & bonded, blood, booze & tears were spilled in almost equal measure & the seeds of a small corner of modern musical history were inadvertently sewn.

                                          "The influence and presence of trap and rap in dance/experimental is obviously massive, and the lines between genres are more blurred than ever. HAJJ, however, says this is a recent thing; “I find that the electronic scene in France is just starting to encourage the integration of this culture. Not so long ago people insulted me when I played rap/trap in my sets.”

                                          The underpinning idea for this compilation brought electronic producers not explicitly of that world to unpick whatever boundaries remain and contribute tracks for a mixtape – while a few of the artists are more obviously ready to “play the game” and already make music which exists pretty close to this horizon, this has been a challenge to think creatively for a few of the other artists invited."
                                          Elliot Stevens for Ifonly

                                          Dawn2021

                                          TRACK LISTING

                                          1. Motherlurk - Broken Jaw
                                          2. Mortimer Dubaton - Mon Sang
                                          3. DivPro - D3
                                          4. Haykal - Sot Ramallah (ZULI Remix)
                                          5. Epsilove - The Fasting Of The Heart
                                          6. Lastrack - M0ck1nb1rd 69
                                          7. Betty Hammershlag - Sibling
                                          8. Gohda - Retribution
                                          9. Dodo & J37 - Plafond
                                          10. Pithe - In The Tube
                                          11. Jonquera & Hajj - Défonce Civile
                                          12. Qoso - Nouvelle Dawn
                                          13. Modern Collapse (Feat Jeune LXT) - Promesses Tenues
                                          14. Bianca Scout - 50.50 Universal Blessings
                                          15. Trypheme - Vampire
                                          16. Xiao Quan & DJ Loser - Trap Melee Rush (instrumental)
                                          17. Qoso - Do You Respect Wood
                                          18. 96 Scream - Bad Pictures Mixx
                                          19. Elieodt - Fntzy Woods
                                          20. Jonquera - Refluxus

                                          Various Artists

                                          Glitterbox - Where Love Lives Volume 1 - Simon Dunmore & Seamus Haji

                                          The official soundtrack compilation release from Glitterbox and Defected Records first foree into Documnetary films : Where Love Lives. The film is a story of music’s enduring power to manifest diverse and inclusive community, and the power of that community to accept and embrace, to liberate, even to save lives. It’s a story of acceptance and creative expression – empowered, enabled and soundtracked by club music. Through extensive exclusive interviews with titans of nightlife culture, Where Love Lives contributors Billy Porter, Honey Dijon, Kathy Sledge, Kiddy Smile, Lucy Fizz, John ‘Jellybean’ Benitez, Kae Burke (House Of Yes), Fiorious and many more explore how those driven to the margins of society are welcomed unconditionally to the centre of the dancefloor.

                                          Part one of this special edition three LP pack includes future classics from The Vision, DC La Rue, Powerdance, Quentin Harris and more.

                                          TRACK LISTING

                                          A1. Dimitri From Paris X Fiorious ‘Music Saved My Life’ (The Extended Discomix)
                                          A2. Mike Dunn ‘If I Can’t Get Down’ (Luke Solomon’s Extended Clubland Remix)
                                          B1. The Juan Maclean ‘A Simple Design’ (Purple Disco Machine Remix)
                                          B2. Mighty Mouse ‘The Spirit’ (Extended Mix)
                                          C1. Horse Meat Disco & Kathy Sledge ‘Falling Deep In Love’ (Joey Negro 12” Disco Blend)
                                          C2. Eli Escobar & Nomi Ruiz ‘Dance 4 Love ‘99’ (Club Mix)
                                          D1. Shakedown ‘At Night’ (Shakedown’s Galactic Boogie)
                                          D2. Seamus Haji Featuring Kathy Brown ‘A Better Place’ (Extended Mix)
                                          E1. The Shapeshifters Featuring Kimberly Davis ‘Life Is A Dancefloor’ (Club Mix)
                                          E2. Aeroplane Featuring Tawatha Agee ‘Love On Hold’ (Dr Packer Extended Remix)
                                          F1. Debbie Jacobs ‘Don’t You Want My Love’ (Full Intention Extended Disco Mix)
                                          F2. Hifi Sean Featuring Paris Grey ‘Lost Without U’ (Horse Meat Disco Extended Remix)

                                          TSTD returns with another trip into the musical past of the sundrenched Westcoast: This time DJ Supermarkt unearthed 16 Soul & Funk versions of original Westcoast/AOR/Yachtpop gems. You can find tracks originally performed by Fleetwood Mac, The Doobie Brothers, Hall & Oates, Steely Dan, Wings covered by big Soul & Funk legends like Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan, Quincy Jones, Brothers Johnson and more. Most of the tracks have been recorded in the late 70s/early 80s, but failed to become big hits and fell under the radar. Like Chaka Khan doing a seriously funky version of Fleetwood Mac’s „Everywhere“ (from an unreleased album recording), next to obscure reworks like Leslie Smith’s version of „Nothin’ You Can Do About It“ by the overlooked Airplay (Jay Graydon and David Foster). There are especially surprising versions here, like Millie Jackson’s gospel-like rendering of „This Is It“ by Kenny Loggins/Michael McDonald, or Billy Paul’s „Black Power“-influenced version of Paul McCartney/Wings’ „Let Em In“ and the rare cover of The Beach Boys’ „God Only Knows“ by Betty Everett. Overall another TSTD collection of smooth, sunny, extremely soulful and funky tracks, that needed to be dug-out to be heard again. This is Bottled Sunshine!

                                          TRACK LISTING

                                          A1. The Main Ingredient – Summer Breeze (Seals & Croft)
                                          A2. Dee Dee Bridgewater – He’S Gone (Hall & Oates)
                                          A3. Tavares – I Hope You’Ll Be Very Unhappy Without Me (Bill Labounty)
                                          A4. Betty Everett – God Only Knows (Beach Boys)
                                          B1. The Ebonys – A Love Of Your Own (Ned Doheny)
                                          B2. Pointer Sisters – Dirty Work (Steely Dan)
                                          B3. Leslie Smith – Nothin’ You Can Do About It (Airplay)
                                          B4. The Brothers Johnson – In The Way (Jeff Porcaro/Toto)
                                          C1. Greg Phillinganes – Lazy Nina (Donald Fagen)
                                          C2. Peabo Bryson – Minute By Minute (Doobie Brothers)
                                          C3. Chaka Khan – Everywhere (Fleetwood Mac)
                                          C4. Aretha Franklin – What A Fool Believes (Doobie Brothers)
                                          D1. Billy Paul – Let ‘Em In (Wings)
                                          D2. Side Effect – Georgy Porgy (Toto)
                                          D3. Quincy Jones – Takin’ It To The Streets (Doobie Brothers)
                                          D4. Millie Jackson – This Is It (Kenny Loggins & Michael Mcdonald)

                                          Flexi is a record store and music label based in Italy and run by Simone and Lorenzo. Over the years, Flexi have gained both the respect and recognition of the music scene, earned by almost forty years of experience in the world of music and with the support of many DJs, artists and fans

                                          Finally the camp return with a new 12" in the “Velvet Series”. Featuring six acts that are completely new to me (bonus) and seemingly representing the best new primtive house, atmospheric techno and moody electro that Europe has to offer.

                                          The A side opening is by Bologna-based Brine, with “YR Body”, providing a wobbly Juno bassline and catchy HOUSE vox; nicely shuffled for extra wiggle. Then we have “Benerice" from Daughters and Sons (aka Luca Fronza) who throws us into a beautiful, Detroit-inspired analog jam rich with synth work and interesting;y programmed snare & hi-hat patterns.

                                          Sicily man Manuold is up next with an amazingly stylish take on the Italo-house blueprint which reminds oneself of finding a lesser known but incredibly tasty vintage Barolo - yum yum!

                                          On the B side, welcome back the veterans Tengrams (formerly the Piatto brothers from N.O.I.A Records) with the outstanding "Rapid Eye Movement" which traverses across retro-futurist influences and 808 patterns under a dystopian-sci-fi movie theme - wild!

                                          "Dreaming Pad" is by the Calma duo who play with a few elements to build a neverending, slow-techno climax...did you recognise the sample?

                                          The last track is a sort of relaxing downtempo sunset closure complete with bells, from the California producer Gloved Hands, whose relaxed composier and super chilled demenia are the perfect tonic to unwind with after dancing the whole night under the stars.


                                          STAFF COMMENTS

                                          Matt says:

                                          TRACK LISTING

                                          A1. Brine - Yr Body
                                          A2. Daughters & Sons - Benerice (feat. Miss Daisy)
                                          A3. Manuold - Acid Puff
                                          B1. Tengrams - Rapid Eye Movement
                                          B2. Calma - Dreaming Pad
                                          B3. Gloved Hands Rice Cracker

                                          The latest example of Knekelhuis' expert curation comes via this killer compilation of all new productions from a wealth of international talent. Featuring label mainstays alongside new friends, this sonic journey explores the spaces between ambient and experimental electronica rendered in tape manipulation and spectral synthesis.

                                          Label Text "This is a story of friendship, about how it grows stronger through the years. But it’s just as much about fledgling togetherness and shared art in times of crisis. The result is an introspective document of contemporary music, in spirit of Eno and Hassell. A space where we embrace our differences and speak the language of collectivity together, where we reflect, adapt and value each artist's contribution equally. To witness a multitude of cultural backgrounds that speak one like-minded language. Soothing and illuminating. And felt like..."


                                          TRACK LISTING

                                          XIII - L’Abete Al Contrario
                                          Ike Zwanikken - Bianca
                                          Treasury Of Puppies - Himlen Den Vackraste
                                          Avsluta - Mono No Aware
                                          Troth - Calm Of The Shadow
                                          Philipp Otterbach - When The Fish Travels..
                                          Michel Banabila - E.T
                                          Ayaz - Yuma
                                          Bashar Suleiman - T7KINI Feat. Olan Monk & Lil Asaf

                                          Various Artists

                                          Glitterbox - Where Love Lives Volume 2 - Simon Dunmore & Seamus Haji

                                          The official soundtrack compilation release from Glitterbox and Defected Records first foree into Documnetary films : Where Love Lives. The film is a story of music’s enduring power to manifest diverse and inclusive community, and the power of that community to accept and embrace, to liberate, even to save lives. It’s a story of acceptance and creative expression – empowered, enabled and soundtracked by club music. Through extensive exclusive interviews with titans of nightlife culture, Where Love Lives contributors Billy Porter, Honey Dijon, Kathy Sledge, Kiddy Smile, Lucy Fizz, John ‘Jellybean’ Benitez, Kae Burke (House Of Yes), Fiorious and many more explore how those driven to the margins of society are welcomed unconditionally to the centre of the dancefloor.

                                          TRACK LISTING

                                          A1. The Shapeshifters Featuring Billy Porter ‘Finally Ready’ (Dimitri From Paris TSOP - The Sound Of Paris – Remix)
                                          A2. Antenna! ‘Rhombus’ (Extended Mix)
                                          B1. Mike Dunn ‘Strut Cho Phunky Stuff (Sho' Nuff)’ (Mike Dunn Extended Black Glitter MixX)
                                          B2. Quentin Harris & Jason Walker ‘Stronger’ (Extended Mix)
                                          C1. D.C. LaRue ‘Hot Jungle Drums And Voo Doo Rhythm’ (Dr Packer Dub
                                          C2. Smith & Mudd Featuring Quinn Lamont Luke ‘The Distance’ (Ron Basejam Remix)
                                          D1. The Vision Featuring Andreya Triana ‘Mountains’ (Joey Negro Live And Direct Extended Mix)
                                          D2. Horse Meat Disco Featuring Fi McCluskey ‘Love If You Need It’
                                          E1. William & The Young Five ‘You Turn Me On’ (JKriv Rework)
                                          E2. Melvo Baptiste Featuring Phebe Edwards ‘Bad Company’ (Extended Mix)
                                          F1. The Phenomenal Handclap Band ‘Judge Not’ (Ray Mang Disco Mix)
                                          F2. Powerdance ‘Power Dance’ (Mousse T.’s Disco Shizzle Extended Mix)

                                          Various Artists

                                          No Photos On The Dancefloor

                                            'No Photos on the Dance Floor! Berlin Techno 1992–Today', compiled by Heiko Hoffmann, follows a hugely successful photography and video art exhibition by the same name that was co-curated by Hoffmann and shown at C/O Berlin in late 2019. The exhibition included works by photographers and visual artists such as Wolfgang Tillmans, Romual Karmakar, Sven Marquardt and Camille Blake, that dealt with Berlin’s club culture since the fall of the wall. It was followed in 2020 by a book of the same name which collected together the most striking imagery from the exhibition alongside interviews and personal essays.

                                            'No Photos on the Dance Floor!' is the first compilation to trace the history of techno made in Berlin over the last three decades, with a selection of classics and hidden gems that have helped shape Berlin’s sound from the early 90s until now. The title refers to a particularity of the Berlin club scene: photography is banned in almost all the important clubs to allow partying together in a space where you can lose yourself to the music and feel free and safe at the same time.

                                            After the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, abandoned spaces and buildings were waiting to be filled with new life in the form of clubs, bars, galleries, workshops, and studios. Berlin became the epicenter of a new nightlife culture that soon resonated around the world. Berlin’s techno scene was heavily influenced by the pioneering sounds of Detroit techno created by African-American producers such as Juan Atkins, Kevin Saunderson and Underground Resistance.

                                            Their records were imported to the Berlin DJ scene by the record store Hardwax, based on the ground floor of a building on Reichenberger Straße in Kreuzberg, from December 1989 onward. The original temples of DJ culture in New York amd Chicago, as well as the emerging rave culture developing in London and Manchester via Ibiza, would also go on to shape Berlin’s nightlife. Party series like Tekknozid and clubs such as Ufo, Tresor, and Planet can retrospectively be interpreted as the big bang of the first shared culture between Germany's East and West, having paved the way for what is still the last and biggest expression of European youth culture.
                                            Part 1 of the vinyl edition focuses on the period between 1992 and 2006, with early 90s tracks by Thomas Fehlmann and Moritz von Oswald’s 3MB project (who teamed up with Detroit’s Juan Atkins on compilation opener 'The 4th Quarter'), Berlin techno pioneer DJ Tanith and Mijk van Dijk’s short-lived project 9-10-Boy, von Oswald’s and Ernestus’ influential Maurizio alias, and Alec Empire, who would later go on to start influential noise/industrial band Atari Teenage Riot. Further key tracks from the first half of the aughts come from Mo Loschelder and Klaus Kotai’s Elektro Music Department label, Sleeparchive and Ableton Live-developer Robert Henke aka Monolake.

                                            Part 2 is drawn from tracks made between 2007 and today, starting at a point when the city became the center for a new creative community of international artists, DJs and producers who often favoured the minimalist aesthetic & musical styles of clubs such as Berghain, Bar25 and Watergate and stayed for the ease of living. Beginning with a remix by Plastikman aka Richie Hawtin of his Minus label signee Heartthrob, the two 12"s also feature contributions from Ben Klock, Avalon Emerson and Modeselektor.
                                            In addition to the two-part vinyl release, 'No Photos on the Dance Floor!' will also be available in expanded CD & digital formats, featuring additional tracks by Rødhad, Efdemin and Ricardo Villalobos.

                                            The record was compiled by Heiko Hoffmann, former editor of Groove magazine and co-curator and co-editor of the 'No Photos on the Dance Floor!' exhibition and accompanying book. The double-vinyl release also features full-format photography by George Nebieridze and Wolfgang Tillmans.


                                            TRACK LISTING

                                            Disc 1: 1992 - 2006
                                            1 - 3MB Feat Juan Atkins – Die Kosmischen Kuriere
                                            2 - 9-10-Boy - Robocop
                                            3 - Alec Empire - SuEcide
                                            4 - Futurhythm - Phuture
                                            5 - Vainquer – Lyot (Maurizio Remix)
                                            6 - MMM – Donna
                                            7 - Kotai + Mo – Black Acid (Pt 1)
                                            8 - Ricardo Villalobos - Dexter
                                            9 - Sleeparchive – Elephant Island
                                            10 - Monolake – Alaska (Substance Mix II)

                                            Disc 2: 2007 - Today
                                            1 - Heartthrob - Baby Kate (Plastikman Remix)
                                            2 - Ellen Allien – Go (Marcel Dettmann Remix)
                                            3 - Klockworks - Sean
                                            4 - Efdemin – Acid Bells
                                            5 - Wax – Untitled / W30003 B
                                            6 - Rodhad – Energomash
                                            7 - Ancient Methods – Else
                                            8 - Dasha Rush - Outer Space
                                            9 - Avalon Emerson – The Frontier
                                            10 - Barker - Cascade Effect
                                            11 - Modeselektor - Kalif Storch
                                            12 - Fjaak – Breathe

                                            Various Artists

                                            Welcome To Paradise (Italian Dream House 89-93) - Vol. 2

                                              Young Marco mines deep into the hazy euphoria of Italy's early ninties underground for this expansive retrospective of the dream house scene.
                                              At the tail end of the 1980s, a new take on deep house began to emerge from Italian studios. 'Dream house' drew inspiration from key U.S deep house records of the period – the spacey melodiousness of Larry Heard's productions, and the rich jazziness of tracks originating in New Jersey in particular – but sounded distinctly different. Its' 'head-in-the-clouds' feel – all rich chords, tactile basslines, fluid piano lines and starry electronics – made 'dream house' a uniquely Italian proposition.

                                              First and foremost, the style echoed the wavy, glassy-eyed positivity of the period more than any other. While music in the UK and the low countries was getting faster and heavier, Italy's 'dream house' producers continued to create music shot through with warmth and colourful musicality until 1993. While few 'dream house' records were made after then, its' sounds and loose aesthetic influenced subsequent styles such as trance and progressive house.

                                              During its' peak, dream house – or, as it was tagged by leading Italian label DFC, 'ambient house' (echoing the similarly minded work of UK pioneers such as The Orb and The KLF) – could be heard blaring from club sound systems across Europe. The style's popularity was fuelled, in part at least, by the runaway international success of "Sueno Latino".

                                              Welcome To Paradise gathers together some of the finest examples of the style for the first time since the turn of the 90s. It includes a smattering of scene anthems – Key Tronics Ensemble's peerless "Calypso of House", Morenas's "Sonnambulism", the ambient mix of Last Rhythm's Italo-house classic "Last Rhythm" – alongside a swathe of hard-to-find, in-demand and forgotten gems.

                                              There are cuts from key players in the movement – the likes of Don Pablos Animals, Sasha (later to find fame with a strong of bouncy, piano-heavy Italo-house cuts), and Dreamatic – plus a string of lesser-known names whose contribution to the evolution of the sound should not be overlooked. Young Marco has also found space for Leo Anibaldi's "Elements", a rare deep house outing from a producer who later helped define the sound of Roman techno.

                                              Over the course of two double-vinyl compilations (and one extended digital download package), Welcome To Paradiso celebrates one of the most evocative and imaginative musical styles of electronic music's golden era. Kick off your shoes, turn your gaze skywards, and immerse yourself in the music.

                                              TRACK LISTING

                                              A1. Z 99 - Welcome To Paradise (Nightfly Version)
                                              A2. Extreme - Trasparenza
                                              A3. Transitive Elements - Octivation
                                              B1. 707 Boyz - Emotions
                                              B2. Morenas - Somnambulism
                                              B3. Now Now Now - Problem (Abyss Version)
                                              C1. Q-Base - Il Sole (The Sun) (Deep Mix)
                                              C2. Sasha - A Key To Heaven For A Heavenly Trance
                                              D1. The Sky - Dreams (club Version)
                                              D2. Leo Anibaldi - Elements
                                              D3. Jacy - Dance To The House

                                              Various Artists

                                              Welcome To Paradise (Italian Dream House 89-93) - Vol. 1

                                                Young Marco mines deep into the hazy euphoria of Italy's early ninties underground for this expansive retrospective of the dream house scene. 
                                                At the tail end of the 1980s, a new take on deep house began to emerge from Italian studios. 'Dream house' drew inspiration from key U.S deep house records of the period – the spacey melodiousness of Larry Heard's productions, and the rich jazziness of tracks originating in New Jersey in particular – but sounded distinctly different. Its' 'head-in-the-clouds' feel – all rich chords, tactile basslines, fluid piano lines and starry electronics – made 'dream house' a uniquely Italian proposition.

                                                First and foremost, the style echoed the wavy, glassy-eyed positivity of the period more than any other. While music in the UK and the low countries was getting faster and heavier, Italy's 'dream house' producers continued to create music shot through with warmth and colourful musicality until 1993. While few 'dream house' records were made after then, its' sounds and loose aesthetic influenced subsequent styles such as trance and progressive house.

                                                During its' peak, dream house – or, as it was tagged by leading Italian label DFC, 'ambient house' (echoing the similarly minded work of UK pioneers such as The Orb and The KLF) – could be heard blaring from club sound systems across Europe. The style's popularity was fuelled, in part at least, by the runaway international success of "Sueno Latino".

                                                Welcome To Paradise gathers together some of the finest examples of the style for the first time since the turn of the 90s. It includes a smattering of scene anthems – Key Tronics Ensemble's peerless "Calypso of House", Morenas's "Sonnambulism", the ambient mix of Last Rhythm's Italo-house classic "Last Rhythm" – alongside a swathe of hard-to-find, in-demand and forgotten gems.

                                                There are cuts from key players in the movement – the likes of Don Pablos Animals, Sasha (later to find fame with a strong of bouncy, piano-heavy Italo-house cuts), and Dreamatic – plus a string of lesser-known names whose contribution to the evolution of the sound should not be overlooked. Young Marco has also found space for Leo Anibaldi's "Elements", a rare deep house outing from a producer who later helped define the sound of Roman techno.

                                                Over the course of two double-vinyl compilations (and one extended digital download package), Welcome To Paradiso celebrates one of the most evocative and imaginative musical styles of electronic music's golden era. Kick off your shoes, turn your gaze skywards, and immerse yourself in the music.

                                                TRACK LISTING

                                                A1. Key Tronics Ensemble - Calypso Of House (Paradise Mix)
                                                A2. Dramatic - Audio Trip
                                                B1. Night Communication - Nocturne Seduction
                                                B2. Aqua Re - Holy Dance (Large Sound Mix)
                                                B3. Deep Choice - Fix Of 4:38 PM 
                                                C1. High Tide - Time Unlimited
                                                C2. Don Pablo's Animals - Paranoia
                                                C3. Open Spaces - Sunrise Paradise Garage
                                                D1. Jacy - Trax
                                                D2. K2 - In My Garden 
                                                D3. Last Rhythm - Last Rhythm (ambient Mix)

                                                Various Artists

                                                Shaolin Soul Episode 4

                                                  Duke Ellington once said that there are 2 kinds of music: the good one and the bad one. With the compilation series “Shaolin Soul” we are always certain to be on the right side of the line since its 1st episode released in 1998 and which compiled two dozens of tracks sampled by RZA and the Wu-Tang Clan.

                                                  Following a second episode in 2001 and a third one in 2014, the famous curator Uncle O is back to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Shaolin Soul series with a fourth episode compiling 22 tracks among the rarest and finest treats of soul music, because “everybody’s talking about the good ol’ days !”. 


                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                  A1. Esther Phillips - That’s All Right With Me
                                                  A2. Al Green - I Wish You Were Here
                                                  A3. Eddie Kendricks - Intimate Friends
                                                  A4. Sylvia - Sweet Stuff
                                                  A5. Betty Wright - Girls Can’t Do What The Guys Do
                                                  A6. The Ambassadors - Ain’t Got The Love Of One Girl (On My Mind)
                                                  B1. The Dynamics - Get Myself High
                                                  B2. Carolyn Sullivan - Dead !
                                                  B3. Brenton Wood - Trouble
                                                  B4. The Floaters - Float On
                                                  B5. Faze-O - Riding High
                                                  C1. Ernie Hines - Our Generation
                                                  C2. Jerry Butler - I’m Your Mechanical Man
                                                  C3. J.J. Johnson - Keep On Movin’ (Vocals By Martha Reeves & The Sweet Things)
                                                  C4. Monk Higgins & Alex Brown - A Good Man Is Gone (Vocals By Barbara Mason)
                                                  C5. The East St. Louis Gospelettes - Have Mercy On Me
                                                  D1. Jean Plum - Here I Go Again
                                                  D2. The Staple Singers - Let’s Do It Again
                                                  D3. The Sylvers - Only One Can Win
                                                  D4. Della Humphrey - Don’t Make The Good Girls Go Bad
                                                  D5. Freda Payne - I Get High (On Your Memory)
                                                  D6. Carla Thomas - What The World Needs Now

                                                  Various Artists

                                                  Red Zero Seven

                                                    Thought Universe reissue a compilation of high grade, lost Northwest electronica here with deep ties to Skam, Manchester and the early Boomkat / Pelican neck scene around the turn of the millennium. Collated by Mark Pilkington it features a smattering of artists you've probably never heard of and covers outlandish genre's like noize, glitch, breakcore alongside more traditional genres like electro, techno and ambient electronic.

                                                    "Red Zero Seven" was the first release in a series of colour coded CDs. Struktur was a Manchester based record label initially established by graphic designer Ian Edmundson and computer programmer Eddy Symons. Later musician and artist Mark Pilkington joined the label. As a follow up to "Red Zero Seve” the label released "Orange Zero Six" CD by various artists. The label was active between 2002 to 2004.


                                                    TRACK LISTING

                                                    1.Bovaflux - Startup 01:14
                                                    2.Kutchi - Sciamatchy 05:18
                                                    3.The Marcia Blaine School For Girls - Minraud 07:10
                                                    4.Thought Universe - DXNHI35 04:44
                                                    5.Liquid Past 04:36
                                                    6.Buoy - Twenty Two 03:28

                                                    Various Artists

                                                    Höga Nord 100 - The Effect Will Last Forever

                                                      What better way to celebrate 100 releases than with a handmade box containing soul expanding music!? Höga Nord Rekords have reached an important goal and releases a rare box set containing all 12” from the HNRUK-series plus a new record from Birds, unique for this box. Except Birds, this compilation includes Dark Strands, High Boys, Vox Low, Timothy J. Fairplay, Fontän, Bird Of Paradise, Mythologen, Jamie Paton and Frak.

                                                      The music is of course the main focus of all releases on Höga Nord Rekords but what birthday gift comes without a proper wrapping? This exclusive handmade box made in Norrmalms kartongfabrik in Stockholm, is a celebration to the Scandinavian Bronze age. You’ll find rock carvings like those on the artwork scattered over the land but mostly near Gothenburg, home of Höga Nord Rekords on the Swedish west coast.

                                                      Archaeological evidence proves similarities in ornaments and pictures between the Nordic and European Bronze age, just like you find common features in the music released on our label. Though the acts in this compilation box come from all over Europe and beyond, they stem from an obscured and mysterious common source of escapism, purity and creativity.

                                                      TRACK LISTING

                                                      Dark Strands - The Last Ride
                                                      Dark Strands - We Own The Night
                                                      Dark Strands - Black Dog
                                                      Dark Strands - Wandering Star
                                                      Vox Low - I'll Save You Anyway (Evelyne)
                                                      Vox Low - I'm Coming To Your House (feat. Tarik Ziour)
                                                      Vox Low - Loving Hell
                                                      High Boys - Drunken Master
                                                      High Boys - Down With Chaos
                                                      High Boys - This Is The Captain Speaking
                                                      High Boys - No Hope For A Sexual Revolution
                                                      Timothy J. Fairplay - Mindfighter
                                                      Timothy J. Fairplay - Nightmare City
                                                      Timothy J. Fairplay - Lost In The Mirror Maze
                                                      Timothy J. Fairplay - Jennifer Has Some Strange Ideas
                                                      Fontän - Sen Sen No Sen (Red Axes Remix)
                                                      Fontän - Mangsebung (Timothy J Fairplay Remix)
                                                      Fontän - Gangri (Khjinda Remix)
                                                      Fontän - Bardo (Mythologen Remix)
                                                      Fontän - Shadows (Pardon Moi Remix)
                                                      Birds Of Paradise - Tito
                                                      Birds Of Paradise - Joy-Rides
                                                      Birds Of Paradise - Smoking Holiday
                                                      Birds Of Paradise - Breather Resist
                                                      Mythologen - The Joy I Feel
                                                      Mythologen - Canavan's Peckham Pool Club
                                                      Mythologen - Blackheath
                                                      Mythologen - House Of Parakeet
                                                      Jamie Paton - Enhance 224
                                                      Jamie Paton - State Line
                                                      Jamie Paton - Disk Memories
                                                      Jamie Paton - Leviathan Aftermath
                                                      Frak - Corridor
                                                      Frak - Stetoskop
                                                      Frak - Micro Fisson
                                                      Frak - Arcitect
                                                      Birds - Solitary Dancers
                                                      Birds - Night Time Life
                                                      Birds - Dont Drink The Acid Water
                                                      Birds - Young Blood

                                                      Various Artists

                                                      Ambient Punk Vol II

                                                        "Contains 16 exclusive collaborations from 31 Pure Life artists to celebrate the 2nd anniversary of the label. The first vinyl release from Pure Life records, wanting to show the importance of collaboration and make sure every artist is equally important to the next chapter of the label. For many artists included this was their first vinyl release. Demonstrates the global roster as well as various different styles of electronic that the label showcases"

                                                        What better sampler of the increasingly essential Pure Life could there be than this gorgeous double pressing of the second edition of their well recieved 'Ambient Punk' series. There are tracks from a wide variety of Pure Life favourites, including the opening track from Kuroi Ame who caused much furore in the mailorder dept with their 2018 LP, 'Sacred'. 

                                                        It's a widescreen collection of some of the most uncompromising genre-breaking synth music of the modern day, drawing influence from soundtrack work (as obvious as it may be, Vangelis' Blade Runner, Carpenter, Mansell) as well as heavier IDM and braindance of the 90's. If any of these tickle your fancy, you will LOVE this collection, and no doubt the label as a whole.  

                                                        STAFF COMMENTS

                                                        Barry says: It's ALWAYS worth taking a punk on a Pure Life release. One of the hardest working labels out there, and this collection is the perfect way to get initated with the huge variety of talent associated with the label. There never hang around for long (See also Kuroi Ame / Twin Galaxxxies releases in this week) so get on it ASAP!

                                                        Various Artists

                                                        Naya Beat Volume 1: South Asian Dance And Electronic Music 1983-1992

                                                        Naya Beat Records hits us with "Naya Beat Volume 1: South Asian Dance and Electronic Music 1983-1992". This is the first in a series of compilations and full-length album reissues dedicated to uncovering hidden electronic and dance music gems from the overlooked ‘80s and ‘90s South Asian music scene.
                                                        The compilation features future classics from India, Pakistan, the U.K., Canada, Guyana and Suriname released between 1983 and 1992. From East-West’s dancefloor filler "Can't Face The Night (Club Mix)" to Remo’s Balearic masterpiece "Jungle Days" (off his seminal album Bombay City!) to other disco, synth-pop, and balearic dancefloor bangers from artists like Babla & His Orchestra, Sheila Chandra, Bappi Lahiri and Asha Puthli to name a few, this double album includes highly sought after, previously never reissued and otherwise impossible to find grails.
                                                        The double album has been mastered by multi Grammy-nominated Frank Merritt at his mastering studio The Carvery and includes some killer remixes and edits by Naya Beat co-founders Turbotito and Ragz.
                                                        Turbotito and Ragz have this to say about the release: “We’ve spent the last year meticulously remastering some of the coolest finds from our collection and have had the honor of working in close partnership with many of the original artists. We are beyond excited to bring this music out to a new generation of dance and electronic music lovers.”
                                                        Founded by former Poolside member Filip Nikolic (Turbotito) and DJ and record collector Raghav Mani (Ragz) Naya Beat (loosely translated from Hindi as “New Beat”) is building on the success of seminal South Asian dance and electronic reissues like Rupa Disco Jazz and Charanjit Singh’s iconic Ten Ragas To A Disco Beat. Turbotito and Ragz have spent years digging for records in the most unusual places, from the crowded and dusty markets of New Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai to the Guyanese corner shops in Jamaica, Queens, to the Surinamese record stores in Amsterdam and the South Asian communities of London and Birmingham. They have amassed an exceptionally deep treasure trove of dance and groove-based music that has never been reissued.

                                                        TRACK LISTING

                                                        Sheila Chandra - The Awakening
                                                        Babla & His Orchestra - Sabko Maloom Hain Main Sharabi Nahin
                                                        Nazia Hassan And Zobeb Hassan - Dosti
                                                        Pinky Ann Rihal - The Indian Dance
                                                        Arundhati Bhaumik - Kaga Bole Mera (Turbotito & Ragz Rework)
                                                        Musarrat - Hosh Nahin Hai Ji Mujhe
                                                        Remo - Jungle Days
                                                        Asha Puthli - Chipko Chipko
                                                        Manjeet Kondal - Ishkaan De Mamle
                                                        Shakti - Pi Pi (Turbotito & Ragz Rework)
                                                        East-West - Can't Face The Night (Club Mix)
                                                        Bappi Lahiri & Suresh - Thottu Thottu Aadavaa (Turbotito & Ragz Rework)
                                                        Mangal - Masti Bhara Sama Hai (Turbotito & Ragz Rework)

                                                        Various Artists

                                                        Dr. Packer: Operation Disco

                                                          The forthcoming full-length album ‘Operation Disco' that Greg ‘Dr’ Packer has put together for Z Records. On an unstoppable run recently, the quality shows no sign of slowing down as Packer showcases his talent for splicing and dicing tracks. On the bonus second CD he supplies a continuous mix live from his operating theatre, packed to the absolute brim with Packer & other Z Records back catalogue favourites of his.

                                                          “It has been a huge honour working on the operation disco album compilation for Z Records which has been on my radar for three decades now and is possibly my favourite House & Disco label. Dave Lee is a big inspiration to me as his 1991 Single 'Do What You Feel' was one of the first records to appear in my DJ sets in my earliest days as a working DJ 30 years ago.

                                                          In 2013 I started to produce music under the 'Dr Packer' name and when I began doing the occasional remix for Z Records, I never imagined it would end up resulting in an album project. To be able to work on cover versions of some of my all-time favourite soul & disco songs such as 'You Can't Run From My Love' and some of my all-time favourite vocalists such as Leroy Burgess it is really a dream come true.

                                                          Dave Lee is an easy guy to work with and is always open to my suggestions which resulted in me remixing one of my alltime favourite tracks of his ‘Love Fantasy' which is also now three decades old. Not to mention possibly my favourite single from his 'Destination Boogie' compilation, the 80's underground classic 'Colors - Am I Gonna Be The One’ plus two brand new mixes of The Sunburst Band. Making this a very exciting album project with plenty of exclusives and remasters of my older releases, not to mention my favourite gems from the amazing Z Records back catalogue.” – Greg Packer

                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                          CD One (Unmixed)
                                                          1. Colors - Am I Gonna Be The One (Dr Packer Remix)
                                                          2. Jayenne - Love Fantasy (Dr Packer Remix)
                                                          3. Mistura - Runnin' (Dr Packer Remix)
                                                          4. The Sunburst Band & Leroy Burgess - Survivin' (Dr Packer Remix)
                                                          5. The Love Symphony Orchestra - Let Me Be Your Fantasy (Dr Packer Remix)
                                                          6. Samson & Delilah - I Can Feel Your Love Slippin' Away (Dr Packer Remix)
                                                          7. Raw Essence – Do You Love What You Feel (Dr Packer Edit)
                                                          8. Lisa Hill – I Am On The Real Side (Dr Packer Re-Tweak)
                                                          9. Doug Willis - Skate Dancer (Dr Packer Remix)
                                                          10. The Sunburst Band - We Will Turn You On (Dr Packer Edit)

                                                          CD Two (Dr Packer Live From The Operating Theatre Mix [Continuous Mix])
                                                          Dr Packer Live From The Operating Theatre Mix [Continuous Mix]
                                                          The Sunburst Band Feat. Leroy Burgess - Survivin’ [Dr Packer Remix]
                                                          Mistura - Runnin’ [Dr Packer Remix]
                                                          Samson & & Delilah - I Can Feel Your Love Slippin Away [Dr Packer Remix]
                                                          The Sunburst Band - Thin Air [JN 2017 Re-Tweak]
                                                          Magnum Force - Cool Out [Dr Packer 2021 Re-Tweak]
                                                          Opolopo - Feels Good 2 Me
                                                          Joey Remix - Overnight Sensation
                                                          Colors - Am I Gonna Be The One [Dr Packer Remix]
                                                          Patrice Rushen - Never Gonna Give You Up [JN Re-Grooved Mix]
                                                          Crackazat - Fly Away
                                                          The Sunburst Band - We Will Turn You On [Dr Packer Re-Edit]
                                                          Foreal People - Shake [Dr Packer Remix]
                                                          Horse Meat Disco, Joey Remix Ft. Angela Johnson - Dancing Into Stars
                                                          Doug Willis - Risky Bizznizz
                                                          JKriv Ft. Adeline - Vertigo [JN Spirit Of ‘78 Mix]
                                                          Antonello Ferrari Ft. Jennifer Wallace - Make Room For Me [JN Extended Disco Mix]
                                                          Jayenne - Love Fantasy [Dr Packer Remix

                                                          COD3 reach release number 10, and before unveiling some special info later in the year we get to digest another four exclusive and totally sick tracks from the anonymous camp. Incase you missed the announcement, 009 artist reveals were: Loïs, Voltaire, Biz, and Softly...

                                                          Onto this one and "How D'ya Like Your Beef" deploys droning square waves, stuttered synthdrums and gurgling, squealing analoguesque bass work. Pretty wild and very likely to twist craniums inside out! A good start then.

                                                          "Poliritmo" heads for the lazer guided main room, resplendent of a over-night stay in the world's party capital, Berlin; it hums and dings with techno pressha thru & thru and is certain to be a mainstay across board for its functionality and omnipresent drive.

                                                          "Internal" kicks up the distortion into the red as a Surgeon-esque aeronautic techno groove is laced with glacial synth shards and jet-engine breakdowns. Leaving me quite breathless now folks!

                                                          Just enough time for a micro-anthem to send us spiralling into the speaker stacks with our arms aloft; "Bye Bye" utilizing the step-sequencer to devastating effect as a conctrentic arpeggiator pattern is sent ricocheting off into oblivion - seriously this is gonna boomerang yer brain around the club!

                                                          Exciting and engaging, grab-you-by-the-throat dance music from some proper stalwarts. Top drawer!

                                                          Head to their Instagram page (ig: cod3qr) for clues to the artist identities of Cod3QR001, 002, 003, 004, 005, 006, 007, 008 & 009...


                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                          A1. Artist Code 4C472E - How D'ya Like Your Beef
                                                          A2. Artist Code 53504D & 414D41 - Poliritmo
                                                          B1. Artist Code 534358 - Internal
                                                          B2. Artist Code 494E46 - Bye Bye

                                                          Soul Jazz Records new ‘Cold Wave #2’ is a new collection of current electronic artists who have all been shaped by the early European cold wave artists of the late 70s and early 80s.

                                                          These first artists created new electronic musical landscapes as well as pursuing a stubborn D-I-Y aesthetic, often releasing material on cassette and pioneering use of lo-fi technology, primitive drum machines and home-recording techniques. As part of this continued evolution today many of the artists featured here also self-release their own material, run labels, publish fanzines, or are part of wider musical collectives.

                                                          Aside from the first electronic, no wave and post-punk artists cited as influences - Suicide, Patrick Cowley, The Normal, Martin Hannett, Laurie Anderson, Public Image - this new generation of artists also show an exquisitely open source of electronic and disparate influences, everything from Underground Resistance to Purcell, from Scientist to New Beat and more besides.

                                                          Most of the featured artists are based in Europe and include Krikor from France, Beta Evers and L.F.T. from Germany, Lena Willikens, Job Sifre and De Ambassade from the Netherlands, Toulouse Low Trax from Germany, Dave I.D. and Broken English Club from the UK and V.C.V.S from Georgia. All of the bands featured here make distinctive contemporary music out of the 80s roots of the first cold wave movement.


                                                          STAFF COMMENTS

                                                          Patrick says: If you've been paying attention to the fringe shit Matt and I have been pushing for the last five or so years, you should be well acquainted with the cuts on this killer Soul Jazz comp. Part 2 is just as its twin, boasted certified bangers from Lena, Tolouse Low Trax. De Ambassade and Job Sifre.

                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                          Lena Willikens - Howlin Lupus
                                                          Beta Evers - Hiding
                                                          L.F.T. - Stay Away From The Light
                                                          Job Sifre - At Least We Try
                                                          De Ambassade - Niet Van Mij
                                                          Tolouse Low Trax - Rushing Into Water
                                                          V.C.V.S. - Hum
                                                          Dave I.D. - Help Starts
                                                          Broken English Club - Vacant Cars
                                                          Krikor Kouchian - Deserver Dub

                                                          The legendary soundman and record producer, Lloyd Coxsone, began his career in the 1960’s soon after arriving from Jamaica. He was one of the first soundmen to play at West End clubs where a generation of British pop stars like the Beatles and the Rolling Stones first heard music from Jamaica. Sir Coxsone sound then dominated the seventies, when Bob Marley & Dennis Brown were among his greatest allies, as heard on unforgettable dub-plates from that era.

                                                          He formed the Tribesman Label and issued King of the Dub Rock before recording the likes of Fredlocks, Willy Stepper & Jimmy Lindsay. King of the Dub Rock 1 & 2 are recognized as reggae classics. They not only feature Lloydie’s own productions but also riddims by Jamaican producer Gussie Clarke and heavyweight dubs by mix master Scientist. On King of the Dub Rock 3, Lloydie teams up with Jahsolid Rock Music, who’s albums with Brinsley Forde, Apple Gabriel and Earl 16 were regularly heard on Sir Coxsone playlists. This album features exclusive dub mixes and vocal tracks from these artists plus brand new tunes by Mutabaruka, Chezidek, Micah Shemaiah, Var & Ras Teo.


                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                          Side A
                                                          1. Apple Gabriel - In The Jungle (Tuff Gong Version)
                                                          2. Earl 16 & Mutabaruka - Back To The Roots / Ship A Come
                                                          3. Brinsley Forde & David Hinds - Chillin' (Tuff Gong Version)
                                                          4. Chezidek - Spiritual People
                                                          5. Spiritual Dub

                                                          Side B
                                                          1. Var - You Alone
                                                          2. Micah Shemaiah - Rubadub
                                                          3. Rubadub Dub
                                                          4. Ras Teo - Way Up
                                                          5. Way Up Version

                                                          Having previously celebrated the deep and colourful world of late ‘80s and early ‘80s Italian house via the popular Welcome To Paradise compilation series, Safe Trip has now turned its attention to the roots and formative years of trance music. Planet Love: Early Transmissions 1990-95 showcases the roots and formative years of trance via 13 loved-up, psychedelic, colourful, melodious and surprisingly varied dancefloor experiments from Europe, Australia and the United States. The compilation includes pioneering proto-trance and early trance tracks from the likes of Hawke (AKA influential San Francisco producer Gavin Hardkiss), Epilson 9, Spooky, Oliver Lieb, Holy Ghost Inc, Morgan Wild (an outfit whose members included early NYC techno titan Damon Wild), Mijk van Dijk, Glam and Paul van Dyk. Packed with must-have cuts, slept-on gems and sought-after rarities, Planet Love: Early Transmissions 1990-95 maintains the loved-up, listenable vibe of Welcome to Paradise while broadening its musical horizons. It is not a definitive history of trance music’s early years, but rather a colourful, life-affirming celebration of the varied strands that came together to create one of dance music’s most popular and enduring styles.

                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                          1. Hawke - Nudes In A Purple Garden
                                                          2. Mindgear - Don't Panic (Transpanic Mix)
                                                          3. Glam - My Mother Said (Cosmic Trance Mix)
                                                          4. Young American Primitive - These Waves
                                                          5. Holy Ghost - Mad Monks On Zinc
                                                          6. Morgan Wild - Dionysian Dream Sacrament
                                                          7. Epsilon Nine - Life Formation
                                                          8. Spooky - Orange Coloured Liquid
                                                          9. Extasia - Alegrya (Virtual Mix)
                                                          10. Humate - Love Stimulation (Love Mix)
                                                          11. Oneiric Vortex - Oasi
                                                          12. Human Beings - The Matrix
                                                          13. LSG - Lonely Casseopaya (club Mix)

                                                          Many credit New Jersey's Todd Edwards and pivotal in forging the early sound of UKG. His shoulder-dropped, shuffled house beats and accentuated and pitched up vocal cuts fast became adopted and exaggerated by London and Birmingham's embryonic 2step producers as the cross pollination of American dance music and UK attitude bloomed in the late 90s and early millennium. Since then the producer has enjoyed plenty of admiration on this side of the pond, with some legendary DJ performances much later on in his career; and has gone onto collaborate with Daft Punk not to mention accumulating countless hordes of young garage and house heads who regard him with an almost mystic degree of reverence.

                                                          Here Defected present a collection of Todd's best remixes and productions, housed on separate discs or in boosted 2xCD format. Includes his remixes of Indo, Moloko, St Germain, Robin S and more plus his own releases "Saved My Life", "Shut The Door", "Main Vibe" and the two collaborative productions with Daft Punk: "Face to Face" and "Fragments of Time".

                                                          A producer whose style and sound are instantly recognizable; his inspiration across genre camps and club cultures is far reaching and widely acknowledged. A truly unique enigma with a big character to back it up, it's a beauty to have all these amazing Todd Edwards tracks in one complete package. Most recommended. 


                                                          STAFF COMMENTS

                                                          Matt says: A household name for anyone with even a fleeting interest in dance music culture yet a man whose influence is often felt before his face known. One of UKG's biological parents guides us through some of his most iconic moments.

                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                          LP ONE - REMIXES
                                                          A1. St Germain - Alabama Blues (Todd Edwards Dub Mix)
                                                          A2. Indo - R U Sleeping (Todd Edwards Mix)
                                                          B1. Sound Of One - As I Am (Todd Edwards Mix / Version)
                                                          B2. Kim English – Tomorrow (Todd Edwards Dub)

                                                          LP TWO - PRODUCTIONS
                                                          A1. Daft Punk - Face To Face
                                                          A2. Todd Edwards – Shut The Door
                                                          B1. Todd Edwards – Push The Love
                                                          B2. Todd Edwards – The Dream

                                                          CD

                                                          CD ONE - REMIXES
                                                          01. Sound Of One - As I Am (Todd Edwards Mix)
                                                          02. Indo - R U Sleeping (Todd Edwards Mix)
                                                          03. St Germain - Alabama Blues (Todd Edwards Dub Mix)
                                                          04. MJ Cole - Crazy Love (Todd’s Save Your Cries Dub)
                                                          05. Moloko - Pure Pleasure Seeker (Todd Edwards Pleasure For Life UK Vocal)
                                                          06. Veda Simpson - Ooh Baby (Todd Edwards Dub)
                                                          07. Wretch 32 Featuring Etta Bond - Forgiveness (Todd Edwards Remix)
                                                          08. Wildchild - Jump To My Beat (Todd Edwards Jump Remix)
                                                          09. Beloved - 1000 Years From Today (Todd Edwards Dub)
                                                          10. Zoot Woman - Taken It All (Todd Edwards Soul Line Remix)
                                                          11 Robin S - Show Me Love (Todd Edwards Remix)

                                                          CD TWO - PRODUCTIONS
                                                          01. Daft Punk - Face To Face
                                                          02. Todd Edwards – Saved My Life
                                                          03. Todd Edwards – Shut The Door
                                                          04. Todd Edwards – Never Far From You
                                                          05. Todd Edwards – God Will Be There
                                                          06. Todd Edwards – Main Vibe
                                                          07. Todd Edwards – Winter Behaviour
                                                          08. Daft Punk Featuring Todd Edwards - Fragments Of Time
                                                          09. Todd Edwards – So Real
                                                          10. Todd Edwards – Perfect Love
                                                          11. Todd Edwards – Dancing For Heaven

                                                          Ten Numero-minted, dance floor ready dive bombers from disco’s all-to-brief heyday, previously swept under rug by the whitewashed glitz and glam of the era. Chugging grooves, bubbling synths, soaring strings, and sonorous voices are guaranteed to light up your night, on living room rugs and dance floors alike.

                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                          SIDE A
                                                          01. Spirit Of Brotherhood - Go For It
                                                          02. Billy Foster & Audio - I Need Your Love
                                                          03. Sabata - Man For My Lady
                                                          04. Great Lakes Orchestra - This Is The Night For Loving
                                                          05. Karriem - I Love You
                                                          SIDE B
                                                          01. Lee Alfred - Rockin - Poppin Full Tilting
                                                          02. Arnie Love & The Lovelettes - Stop And Make Up Your Mind
                                                          03. Jackie Stoudemire - Flying High
                                                          04. Uneda Dennard And The Shandells Band - Fantasy Ride
                                                          05. Stephen Colebrooke - Shake Your Chic Behind 

                                                          Various Artists

                                                          Small Axe - OST

                                                            THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2021 EXCLUSIVE AND WILL BE AVAILABLE INSTORE ON SATURDAY JUNE 12TH ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

                                                            IF THERE ARE ANY REMAINING COPIES THEY WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT 6PM ON THE SAME DAY (SATURDAY JUNE 12TH).

                                                            official soundtrack to the critically acclaimed film anthology by esteemed and oscar winning director steve mcqueen is released this record store day.

                                                            featuring classic recordings from prince far i, toots and the maytals plus the iconic janet kay’s silly games. the official soundtrack to be released on newly formed motown uk will also featuring original score tracks from composer mica levi, poetry recitals from the cast and brand new recordings from michael kiwanuka (young, gifted & black) and motown’s own tiana major 9 with a 2021 rendition of silly games.

                                                            Various Artists

                                                            Aphelian Volume 2 (RSD21 EDITION)

                                                              THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2021 EXCLUSIVE AND WILL BE AVAILABLE INSTORE ON SATURDAY JUNE 12TH ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

                                                              IF THERE ARE ANY REMAINING COPIES THEY WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT 6PM ON THE SAME DAY (SATURDAY JUNE 12TH).


                                                              Record Store Day exclusive's Aphelion Vol.1 and Aphelion Vol.2 bring together a selection of rare remixes from the Rocket Recordings back catalogue - all but one track are being released on vinyl for the first time. The LP's bring together tracks by Rocket favourites like Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, Josefin Ohrn + The Liberation, Sex Swing, Gnoomes, Bonnacons of Doom and many more. These classic Rocket tracks have been pushed, pulled, stretched, dissected and some, completely re-imagined by an eclectic mix of incredible artists. These include some of the current leaders of electronic exploration like Nyege Nyegeís Nihiloxia, Bristolís Giant Swan and Oliver Ho's Broken English Club.

                                                              Remixes from the post-punk royalty of IDLES, to the untouchable, experimental sounds of Tomaga - the albums also includes contributions from two of NTS Radio's most acclaimed DJ's, Optimoís JD Twitch and the godlike Cherrystones, both exploring addictive bass churning sounds. The albums also see Rocket artists remixing their fellow label mates - Mexico's J. Zunz unexpected remix of Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, GNOD's Negra Branca remix of Greece's Kooba Tercu, and one of the stand out tracks, the 9 min+ Gnoomes remix of the Flowers Must Die song Hey, Shut Up. Aphelion Vol.1 also includes a brand new, unreleased remix by Cage And Aviary's Jamie Paton and his krautdub take on J. Zunz track Four Women and Darkness.

                                                              The results are a cauldron of repetitive sounds across two LPs ñ taking in everything from psych, techno, krautrock, afro, noise, dub and all the other ingredients you would expect to find on a compilation released on the ever reliable Rocket Recordings. Each LP is ltd to 500 copies, with only 420 going to record shops (the other 80 are going to all artists/band members involved).


                                                              TRACK LISTING

                                                              01/ Sex Swing - The Passover (Idles Remix) 02/ Gnoomes - City Monk (Lay Llamas Afro Cosmic Re-Work) 03/ Necro Deathmort - Mono Serum (Tomaga Remix) 04/ Flowers Must Die - Hey, Shut Up (Gnoomes Slo-Mix) 05/ Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs - Hellís Teeth (J. Zunz Re-Work) 06/ Mien - Black Habit

                                                              Various Artists

                                                              The Trojan Story

                                                                One of the most significant collections in Trojan’s immense catalogue, the ‘The Trojan Story’ album dramatically changed the perception of Jamaican music among the general British public outside of the country’s Afro-Caribbean population.

                                                                Prior to its release in 1971 there had never been an attempt to present a comprehensive anthology of the island’s musical development, with vintage ska, rock steady and reggae widely regarded as obsolete and of precious little merit.

                                                                The treble disc set, which became an instant best-seller, had been the brainchild of Trojan’s label manager and Black Music fan, Rob Bell, who, assisted by Trojan stalwarts, Dandy, Webster Shrowder and Joe Sinclair, produced arguably the most significant Jamaican music retrospectives of all time.

                                                                Now, 50 years following its original release, this hugely influential album has been revisited by Bell, along with reggae musician, Rusty Zinn, who have succeeded in improving what was already an almost perfect collection.

                                                                Presented in the original eye-catching artwork, the set is further enhanced by a highly illustrated 50-page booklet in which Bell relates the stories behind the release and the 50 tracks featured on the compilation.


                                                                TRACK LISTING

                                                                3LP Vinyl  tracklisting:
                                                                LP 1
                                                                Side A
                                                                1. Invitation To Jamaica – Lord Tanamo
                                                                2. Fat Man – Derrick Morgan
                                                                3. Tell Me Darling – Jackie Edwards
                                                                4. Running Around – Owen Gray
                                                                5. Miss Jamaica – Jimmy Cliff
                                                                6. Housewife’s Choice – Derrick And Patsy
                                                                7. Give Me All Of Your Love – The Continentals
                                                                8. Darling Patricia – Owen Gray

                                                                Side B
                                                                1. Rough And Tough – Stranger Cole
                                                                2. Man To Man – Kentrick Patrick
                                                                3. Uno-Dos-Tres – Stranger & Ken
                                                                4. Slow Boat – Al T. Joe
                                                                5. Rude Boy – Duke Reid’s Group
                                                                6. Gone Is Yesterday – Higgs & Wilson
                                                                7. I'm In The Mood For Ska – Lord Tanamo
                                                                8. Virginia Ska – The Baba Brooks Band
                                                                9. Satan – Justin Hinds & The Dominoes

                                                                LP 2
                                                                Side A
                                                                1. One Eyed Giant – Baba Brooks & His Band
                                                                2. Every Night – Joe White And Chuck
                                                                3. King Size – Baba Brooks & His Band
                                                                4. Syncopate – The Astronauts
                                                                5. Keep The Pressure On – Winston & George
                                                                6. Oh Babe – The Techniques
                                                                7. Train To Skaville – The Ethiopians
                                                                8. Rudy, A Message To You - Dandy Livingstone

                                                                Side B
                                                                1. Dreader Than Dread – Honey Boy Martin & The Voices
                                                                2. It's Raining – The Three Tops
                                                                3. The Whip – The Ethiopians
                                                                4. Pretty Africa – Desmond Dekker & The Aces
                                                                5. Rock Steady – Alton Ellis & The Flames
                                                                6. Rock Steady Train – Ewan & Jerry
                                                                7. King Without A Throne – Sugar Simone
                                                                8. Perfidia – Phyllis Dillon

                                                                LP 3
                                                                Side A
                                                                1. Musical Train – Roy Shirley
                                                                2. Do The Beng Beng – Derrick Morgan
                                                                3. Way Of Life - Lynn Taitt & The Jets
                                                                4. Second Fiddle – Tommy McCook & The Supersonics
                                                                5. People Funny Boy – Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry
                                                                6. I've Got To Get You Off My Mind – The Tennors
                                                                7. Do The Reggay – The Maytals
                                                                8. Nana – The Slickers

                                                                Side B
                                                                1. Tell Me Baby – Delano Stewart
                                                                2. Mama Look Deh – The Reggae Boys
                                                                3. Hong Kong Flu – The Ethiopians
                                                                4. Pressure Drop – The Maytals
                                                                5. Them A Laugh And A Ki Ki – The Soul Mates
                                                                6. Walking In The Rain – The Melodians
                                                                7. Satisfaction – Carl Dawkins
                                                                8. Black And White – The Maytones
                                                                9. Rasta Never Fails – The Charmers

                                                                3CD Tracklisting:
                                                                Disc 1
                                                                1. Invitation To Jamaica – Lord Tanamo
                                                                2. Fat Man – Derrick Morgan
                                                                3. Tell Me Darling – Jackie Edwards
                                                                4. Running Around – Owen Gray
                                                                5. Miss Jamaica – Jimmy Cliff
                                                                6. Housewife’s Choice – Derrick And Patsy
                                                                7. Give Me All Your Love – The Continentals
                                                                8. Darling Patricia – Owen Gray
                                                                9. Rough And Tough – Stranger Cole
                                                                10. Man To Man – Kentrick Patrick
                                                                11. Uno-Dos-Tres – Stranger & Ken
                                                                12. Slow Boat – Al T. Joe
                                                                13. Rude Boy – Duke Reid’s Group
                                                                14. Gone Is Yesterday – Higgs & Wilson
                                                                15. I'm In The Mood For Ska – Lord Tanamo
                                                                16. Virginia Ska – The Baba Brooks Band
                                                                17. Satan – Justin Hinds & The Dominoes

                                                                Disc 2
                                                                1. One Eyed Giant – Baba Brooks & His Band
                                                                2. Every Night – Joe White And Chuck
                                                                3. King Size – Baba Brooks & His Band
                                                                4. Syncopate – The Astronauts
                                                                5. Keep The Pressure On – Winston & George
                                                                6. Oh Babe – The Techniques
                                                                7. Train To Skaville – The Ethiopians
                                                                8. Rudy, A Message To You - Dandy Livingstone
                                                                9. Dreader Than Dread – Honey Boy Martin & The Voices
                                                                10. It's Raining – The Three Tops
                                                                11. The Whip – The Ethiopians
                                                                12. Pretty Africa – Desmond Dekker & The Aces
                                                                13. Rock Steady – Alton Ellis & The Flames
                                                                14. Rock Steady Train – Ewan & Jerry
                                                                15. King Without A Throne – Sugar Simone
                                                                16. Perfidia – Phyllis Dillon

                                                                Disc 3
                                                                1. Musical Train – Roy Shirley
                                                                2. Do The Beng Beng – Derrick Morgan
                                                                3. Way Of Life - Lynn Taitt & The Jets
                                                                4. Second Fiddle – Tommy McCook & The Supersonics
                                                                5. People Funny Boy – Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry
                                                                6. I've Got To Get You Off My Mind – The Tennors
                                                                7. Do The Reggay – The Maytals
                                                                8. Nana – The Slickers
                                                                9. Tell Me Baby – Delano Stewart
                                                                10. Mama Look Deh – The Reggae Boys
                                                                11. Hong Kong Flu – The Ethiopians
                                                                12. Pressure Drop – The Maytals
                                                                13. Them A Laugh And A Ki Ki – The Soul Mates
                                                                14. Walking In The Rain – The Melodians
                                                                15. Satisfaction – Carl Dawkins
                                                                16. Black And White – The Maytones
                                                                17. Rasta Never Fails – The Charmers

                                                                Various Artists

                                                                Soul Women

                                                                  Double LP set featuring 25 masterpieces from the queens of soul music - Nina Simone, Amy Winehouse, Diana Ross, Mary J. Blige and more.

                                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                                  A1. Dinah Washington - Mad About The Boy
                                                                  A2. Lavern Baker - Love Me Right
                                                                  A3. The Shirelles - Will You Love Me Tomorrow
                                                                  A4. Etta James - I Just Want To Make Love To You
                                                                  A5. Gladys Knight & The Pips - Every Beat Of My Heart
                                                                  A6. Mary Wells - Bad Boy
                                                                  A7. Aretha Franklin - God Bless The Child
                                                                  A8. Martha Reeves & The Vandellas - My Baby Won't Come Back
                                                                  B1. Nina Simone - I Put A Spell On You
                                                                  B2. Marlena Shaw - Women Of The Ghetto (Album Version)
                                                                  B3. Lorraine Ellison - Stay With Me (Baby)

                                                                  B4. Martha Reeves & The Vandellas - Dancing In The Street
                                                                  B5. Betty Wright - Clean Up Woman
                                                                  B6. Minnie Riperton - Lovin’ You
                                                                  C1. Diana Ross - Love Hangover
                                                                  C2. Kellee Patterson - I'M Gonna Love You Just A Little More, Baby
                                                                  C3. Dee Edwards - I Can Deal With That
                                                                  C4. Gwen Mccrae - Let's Straighten It Out
                                                                  C5. Millie Jackson - All The Way Lover
                                                                  D1. Lyn Collins - Don't Make Me Over
                                                                  D2. Donna Summer - Love To Love You Baby
                                                                  D3. Tina Turner - Whole Lotta Love
                                                                  D4. Erykah Badu & The Roots - You Got Me
                                                                  D5. Amy Winehouse - Back To Black
                                                                  D6. Jil Scott - Brotha 

                                                                  Various Artists

                                                                  Spirit Of The 60s

                                                                    A stellar compilation of 60s classics from the Ray Charles to the Beach Boys and Nina Simone to Ben E. King, alongside many other icons.

                                                                    TRACK LISTING

                                                                    A1. Ray Charles - Hit The Road Jack
                                                                    A2. Dick Dale & The Del-Tones - Misirlou
                                                                    A3. The Beach Boys - Surfin' Safari
                                                                    A4. The Shadows - Apache
                                                                    A5. Marvin Gaye & The Vandellas - Stubborn Kind Of Fellow
                                                                    A6. Nina Simone - It Don't Mean A Thing
                                                                    A7. Sam Cooke - (What A) Wonderful World
                                                                    A8. Bob Dylan - House Of The Risin' Sun
                                                                    B1. James Brown & The Famous Flames - Think
                                                                    B2. Booker T & The Mg's - Green Onions
                                                                    B3. Ben E. King - Stand By Me
                                                                    B4. The Isley Brothers - Twist And Shout
                                                                    B5. Quincy Jones & His Orchestra - Soul Bossa Nova
                                                                    B6. John Barry Orchestra - The James Bond Theme (From "Dr. No.")
                                                                    B7. Aretha Franklin - Try A Little Tenderness

                                                                    Various Artists

                                                                    Golden Gate Groove: The Sound Of Philadelphia In San Francisco (RSD21 EDITION)

                                                                      THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2021 EXCLUSIVE AND WILL BE AVAILABLE INSTORE ON SATURDAY JUNE 12TH ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

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                                                                      On a x14 trk double LP Vinyl for the first time, Golden Gate Groove: The Sound Of Philadelphia Live 1973 captures the first and only time the stars of Philadelphia International Records (P.I.R.) including The OíJays, Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, The Three Degrees, and Billy Paul performed in concert with the label's house band, MFSB (Mother, Father, Sister, Brother), showcasing what would become the Sound of Philadelphia -- affectionately known as T.S.O.P. The concert took place in San Francisco during the annual CBS Records convention at the Fairmont Hotel in September 1973.

                                                                      Various Artists

                                                                      Aphelian Volume 1 (RSD21 EDITION)

                                                                        THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2021 EXCLUSIVE AND WILL BE AVAILABLE INSTORE ON SATURDAY JUNE 12TH ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

                                                                        IF THERE ARE ANY REMAINING COPIES THEY WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT 6PM ON THE SAME DAY (SATURDAY JUNE 12TH).


                                                                        Record Store Day exclusive's Aphelion Vol.1 and Aphelion Vol.2 bring together a selection of rare remixes from the Rocket Recordings back catalogue - all but one track are being released on vinyl for the first time. The LP's bring together tracks by Rocket favourites like Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, Josefin Ohrn + The Liberation, Sex Swing, Gnoomes, Bonnacons of Doom and many more. These classic Rocket tracks have been pushed, pulled, stretched, dissected and some, completely re-imagined by an eclectic mix of incredible artists. These include some of the current leaders of electronic exploration like Nyege Nyegeís Nihiloxia, Bristolís Giant Swan and Oliver Ho's Broken English Club.

                                                                        Remixes from the post-punk royalty of IDLES, to the untouchable, experimental sounds of Tomaga - the albums also includes contributions from two of NTS Radio's most acclaimed DJ's, Optimoís JD Twitch and the godlike Cherrystones, both exploring addictive bass churning sounds. The albums also see Rocket artists remixing their fellow label mates - Mexico's J. Zunz unexpected remix of Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, GNOD's Negra Branca remix of Greece's Kooba Tercu, and one of the stand out tracks, the 9 min+ Gnoomes remix of the Flowers Must Die song Hey, Shut Up. Aphelion Vol.1 also includes a brand new, unreleased remix by Cage And Aviaryís Jamie Paton and his krautdub take on J. Zunz track Four Women and Darkness.

                                                                        The results are a cauldron of repetitive sounds across two LPs ñ taking in everything from psych, techno, krautrock, afro, noise, dub and all the other ingredients you would expect to find on a compilation released on the ever reliable Rocket Recordings. Each LP is ltd to 500 copies, with only 420 going to record shops (the other 80 are going to all artists/band members involved).

                                                                        TRACK LISTING

                                                                        01/ Gum Takes Tooth - No Walls, No Air (Broken English Club Remix) 02/ Bonnacons Of Doom - Esus (Jd Twitch Optimo Remix) 03/Josefin Ohrn + The Liberation ñ Rainbow Lollipop (Cherrystones Remix) 04/ Petbrick ñ Roadkill Ruby (Spooky J / Nihiloxia Remix) 05/ Mamuthones - Symphony For The Devil (Giant Swan Remix) 06/ J.Zunz - Four Women And Darkness (Jamie Paton Dub) 07/ Kooba Tercu ñ Qasan (Negra Branca Remix)


                                                                        Various Artists

                                                                        Strain Crack & Break: Music From The Nurse With Wound List Volume Two (Germany)

                                                                          With his ongoing commitment to like-minded archivist label Finders Keepers Records, industrial music pioneer Steven Stapleton further entrusts us to lift the veil and expose “the right tracks” from his uber-legendary and oft misinterpreted psych/prog/punk peculiarity shopping list known as The Nurse With Wound List. Following the critically lauded first instalment and it’s exclusively French tracklisting both parties now combine their vinyl-vulturous penchants to bring you the next ‘Strain Crack & Break’ edition which consists of twelve lesser-known German records that played a hugely important part in the initial foundations of the list which began to unfold when Stapleton was just thirteen years old.

                                                                          From the perspective of a schoolboy Amon Düül (ONE) victim, at the start of a journey that commenced before phrases like kosmische and the xeno-ignant Krautrock tag had become mag hack currency, this compendium is devoid of the tropes that united what many would accurately argue to be the greatest progressive pop bands in Europe (namely CAN, Neu! and Kraftwerk) and rather shatters the ingredients across a ground zero landscape for both inquisitive fans and socially rehabbing musos to begin to assemble a unique self-styled identity. If Krautrock was the music that journalist told us lurked behind schlager (German pop) in the 1970s, then this record includes the music that skulked behind Krautrock and perhaps refused to polish its backhanded name belt. Including lesser-known artists like the late Wolfgang Dauner, whose career proceeded and outlived the kosmische movement while consistently informing and outsmarting them whenever they got stuck in their metronomic ruts, or how about Fritz Müller, the man who was to Kraftwerk what Stuart Sutcliffe was to The Beatles but had more in common with Yoko and quite rightly couldn’t give a stuff about the Fab Four’s Hamburg roots.

                                                                          Elsewhere we have a plethora of German bands made for German audiences as they try and shed secondhand flower power Americanisms and feel the benefits of much harder drugs and the realisations of difficult second album budgets while Kommune 1 newsflashes wipe smiles from everybody’s faces and replace them with opioid chic or acid-sarcastic grins. Bonzo Cockettes show us their Big Muffs and drummers ask for extra mics while Conny Plank goes for parliamentary office and gives babies good firm handshakes for the camera.

                                                                          ‘Strain Crack & Break: Volume Two’ is the sound of Steve Stapleton’s sponge-like mind and the dividends of anyone who was brave enough to even peek inside those brick-thick gatefold covers never mind drop the needle. Over forty years since Nurse With Wound’s first album was released, Finders Keepers Records and Steve Stapleton take connoisseurs of our kind of music back to the disused elevator shaft towards ground zero. Arriving at the same checkout from different departments, Finders Keepers and Nurse With Wound continue to sing from the same hymnal with this ongoing collaborative attempt to officially, authentically and legally compile the best tracks from Steve’s list, where many overzealous nerds have faltered (or simply, got the wrong end of the stick).

                                                                          After ‘Strain Crack & Break: Volume One’ merely scratched the surface of this DIY dossier of elongated punk-prog peculiarities, this second lavish metallic gatefold double vinyl compendium drives a much deeper groove which, in accordance with Steve’s wishes, focusses exclusively on individual tracks of German origin - the country whose music forged the prototype of the NWW inventory in the form of his secondary school vinyl wantlist in the early 1970s, comprised of disassembled free jazz, unshowered stoner psych, hypnotic prog, deranged monk funk and fuzzed out Deutschmark bin bonzo beats.

                                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                                          Wolfgang Dauner - Output
                                                                          My Solid Ground - The Executioner
                                                                          Association PC - Scorpion
                                                                          Fritz Müller - Fritz Müller Traum
                                                                          Exmagma - It’s So Nice
                                                                          Anima-Sound - It Loves Want To Have Done It
                                                                          Tomorrow’s Gift - Jazzi Jazzi
                                                                          Out Of Focus - See How A White Negro Flies
                                                                          Brainstorm - Snakeskin Tango9
                                                                          Thirsty Moon - Big City
                                                                          Gomorrha - Trauma
                                                                          Brainticket - Black Sand

                                                                          Various Artists

                                                                          Psyché France, Vol. 7 (RSD21 EDITION)

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                                                                            This seventh volume of the Psyche France collection is a new tribute to the mavericks and lost heroes of the 1960s and 70s French music scene. In this collection - featuring 12 tracks - you will discover a few curiosities such as ëíLes scandalesí by Gilbert Deflez, Vole, Vole, vole by the band Presence, ëSi je vendais du soleilí by Quo Vadis, Le pays o˘ líon vit díamour by Punch and also some Pop gems sung for instance by Richard Contell (Donne) or Edwige (Je suis juillet). 

                                                                            TRACK LISTING

                                                                            Side A: 1. Guy Skornik / Líile De P‚ques (1971), 2. Gilbert Deflez / Les Scandales (1974), 3. Jean-Yves Lievaux / Tu As TapÈ Du Pied (1974), 4. Edwige / Je Suis Juillet (1973), 5. Punch / Le Pays O˘ Líon Vit Díamour (1972), 6. Philippe Chatel / Je Serai L (1973)
                                                                            Side B: 1. Quo Vadis / Si Je Vendais Du Soleil (1973), 2. Jean-Pierre Castelain / Monsieur Dugenou (1972), 3. PrÈsence / Vole, Vole, Vole (1973), 4. Richard Contell / Donne (1975), 5. Richard Lable / Díun Jour  Líautre (1977), 6. Michel Ripoche / Neptune (1975).

                                                                            Various Artists

                                                                            Red Hot And Blue: A Tribute To Cole Porter (RSD21 EDITION)

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                                                                              Blue and Red vinyl, not available on LP since original pressing in 1991

                                                                              Various Artists

                                                                              HELP EPs (Radiohead / PJ Harvey / Guru / Portishead / Smokin' Mojo Filters / Beautiful South / Dodgy / Black Grape) (RSD21 EDITION)

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                                                                                "This is the first release on newly set up War Child Records. The HELP EP and Come Together single were released by Go! Discs around the iconic HELP album in 1995, which helped change the lives of children affected by the Yugoslavian civil war. Now we are putting them on vinyl with a very special 12î for the first time. The EPs have been remastered by John Davis at Metropolis Studios, side A features Radiohead, PJ Harvey, Guru and Portishead. Side B feautres the Smokin' Mojo Filters (Paul McCartney, Noel Gallagher and Paul Weller), Beautiful South, Dodgy and Black Grape. Cover art is by 3D (Massive Attack) which featured on the CD inner sleeve of the original 1995 HELP album, updated exclusively by the artist for this release. The back cover is the orignal John Squire piece which featured on the HELP EP original cover in 1995, reshot for this release. The release will be limited to 1,000 black vinyl exclusively for Record Store Day."

                                                                                Various Artists

                                                                                Soul Slabs Vol. 3 (RSD21 EDITION)

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                                                                                  This is the third set in our Soul Slabs sets, which compiles tracks from our diverse 45 releases showcasing artists big and small. It's a great way for folks to discover some of our lesser known artists or just discover our label's sound. Record shops have previously described our compilations as their RSD soundtrack! Our previous compilations have always sold out the day of (nearly) and maintained demand even upon the black vinyl represses. Red vinyl, gold-foil numbered, includes download card

                                                                                  Various Artists

                                                                                  Penrose Showcase Vol.1 (RSD21 EDITION)

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                                                                                    Pressed on orange, blue and silver vinyl, the set is limited to 800 copies only (Non-Returnable) and housed in a deluxe trifold sleeve reproducing the original iconic cover art by Trevor Key and Peter Saville, which features the cryptic colour-coding favoured by Saville at that time.

                                                                                    Various Artists

                                                                                    Jazz Dispensary: The Dank D-Funk Blend, Vol. 2 (RSD21 EDITION)

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                                                                                      Another set of deep grooves and funky jazz as selected by Doyle Davis of Grimey's New and Pre-Loved Music in Nashville. All tracks remastered from the original analog tapes, and pressed on orange fire vinyl.

                                                                                      Various Artists

                                                                                      Brazil 45 Vol 2 (RSD21 EDITION)

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                                                                                        The second volume in a series of Brazilian 45 boxsets, curated with beats & love by DJ Marky. Brighton's very own DJ Format icurated Volume 1 for RSD 2020.

                                                                                        Various Artists

                                                                                        Reggae, Roots & Culture Vol 1

                                                                                          If some of these titles look familiar, it’s because they’re among the most majestic roots and culture songs ever recorded, and by singers whose credentials are beyond question. All tracks feature the original artists and even the actual seventies’ vocal in some cases, but the rhythms have been recreated with today’s sound-systems in mind and are heard at their very best when roaring out of giant speaker boxes, greeted by a forest of raised hands and with a deejay at the mic.

                                                                                          Producers Mafia & Fluxy include reggae legends Bunny “Striker” Lee and Fat Man among their mentors, and their mastery both in the studio and on stage is unrivalled outside of Jamaica. The way these two brothers play dub will make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up whilst the messages in songs like Every Tongue Shall Tell, Declaration Of Rights, No Peace and Fittest Of The Fittest are relevant as ever but then the music on this album isn’t dated, and is reggae, roots and culture for the ages.

                                                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                                                          1. Horace Andy – Every Tongue Shall Tell
                                                                                          2. Horace Andy – Every Tongue Shall Tell DUB
                                                                                          3. Linval Thompson – Long, Long Dreadlocks
                                                                                          4. Linval Thompson – Long, Long Dreadlocks DUB
                                                                                          5. Johnny Clarke – Blood Dunza
                                                                                          6. Johnny Clarke – Blood Dunza DUB
                                                                                          7. Barry Brown – Fittest Of The Fittest
                                                                                          8. Barry Brown – Fittest Of The Fittest DUB
                                                                                          9. Johnny Clarke – Declaration Of Rights (Steppas Remix)
                                                                                          10. Johnny Clarke – Declaration Of Rights (Steppas Remix) DUB
                                                                                          11. Gregory Isaaccs – Motherless Children (Dubplate Mix)
                                                                                          12. Gregory Isaaccs – Motherless Children (Dubplate Mix) DUB
                                                                                          13. Max Romeo – No Peace (Steppas Remix)
                                                                                          14. Max Romeo – No Peace (Steppas Remix) DUB
                                                                                          15. Litte Roy – Falling Angels (Dubplate Mix)
                                                                                          16. Litte Roy – Falling Angels (Dubplate Mix) DUB

                                                                                          Various Artists

                                                                                          Collection Vintage Sounds Afrobeat

                                                                                            The Wagram fam offer a second volume of Afrobeat heat, this time in their vintage sounds series; and there ain't no disputing these are vintage jams. Dig in to find eight classics from the biggest names in the genre, including Manu Dibango, Ebo Taylor & Uhuru Yenzu, Orlando Julius and more. 

                                                                                            TRACK LISTING

                                                                                            A1. Wait For Me - Roger Damawuzan & Les As Du Bénin
                                                                                            A2. Gone With The Sun - The Wings
                                                                                            A3. Love And Death - Ebo Taylor & Uhuru Yenzu
                                                                                            A4. Khomo Tsaka Deile Kae – Marumo
                                                                                            B1. Disco Hi-Life - Orlando Julius
                                                                                            B2. African Dialects - Peter King
                                                                                            B3. Get Up And Do It Good - Super Elcados
                                                                                            B4. Ake Bo Je - Bukky Leo & Black Egypt

                                                                                            Various Artists

                                                                                            Collection Vintage Sounds Salsa

                                                                                              Wagram's globe trotting diggers turn their attention to South America with an essential set of sale classics, including Tito Puente, Orlando Marvin & His Orchestra, Eddie Palmieri & Ismael Quintana, Willie Rosario and more!

                                                                                              TRACK LISTING

                                                                                              A1. Conmigo - Eddie Palmieri & Ismael Quintana
                                                                                              A2. Guajira Y Tambo - Ray Barretto
                                                                                              A3. Ran Kan Kan - Tito Puente
                                                                                              A4. El Macao - Issac Delgado
                                                                                              A5. Ritmo Bembe - Orlando Marvin & His Orchestra
                                                                                              A6. Acuyuye - Johnny Pacheco Y Su Charanga
                                                                                              A7. El Paso De Encarnación - Orquesta Aragón
                                                                                              B1. Lluvia Con Nieve - Mon Rivera Y Su Orquesta
                                                                                              B2. El Que Siembra Su Maiz - Celia Cruz Con La Sonora Matancera
                                                                                              B3. Saona - Noro Morales Y Su Orquesta
                                                                                              B4. Cogele El Golpe - Cachao Y Su Combo
                                                                                              B5. El Gallo E'Jando - Compay Segundo
                                                                                              B6. Ay Camina Y Ven - The Alegre All Stars
                                                                                              B7. Dame Tu Amor Morenita - Willie Rosario

                                                                                              Various Artists

                                                                                              Old School: Hip Hop

                                                                                                Discover the gems of the old school hip hop with this double vinyl, focusing on the US scene, including great songs from Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five, Fab 5 Freddy, West Street Mob, De La Soul and many more.

                                                                                                TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                1. That's The Joint (Remix) - Funky 4+1
                                                                                                2. Spoonin' Rap - Spoonie Gee
                                                                                                3. The Message - Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five
                                                                                                4. Stoop Rap - Double Trouble
                                                                                                5. Money (Dollar Bill Y'All) - Jimmy Spicer
                                                                                                6. Charley Says! (Roller Boogie Baby) - King Tim III
                                                                                                7. Super-Wolf Can Do It - Super-Wolf
                                                                                                8. South Bronx Subway Rap - Grandmaster Caz
                                                                                                9. Wild Style Lesson - Kev Luckhurst
                                                                                                10. Bust A Move - Young MC
                                                                                                11. Down By Law - Fab 5 Freddy
                                                                                                12. Break Dance - Electric Boogie - West Street Mob
                                                                                                13. Passin' Me By - The Pharcyde
                                                                                                14. Fantastic Freaks At The Dixie - Fantastic Freaks
                                                                                                15. Shopping Bags (She Got From You) - De La Soul
                                                                                                16. Wild Thing - Tone-Loc
                                                                                                17. Grits - RZA
                                                                                                18. Give It To Me - Masters At Work Feat. Screetchy Dan
                                                                                                19. Get Low - Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz Feat. Ying Yang Twins

                                                                                                As a New Era beckons globally, Manchester's primo Manctalo merchants - Red Laser Records - quietly unveil their latest clutch of specialist space-age kinetics. A fifth-kind encounter enabling users to bridge the continuum of dance & interaction between our Earth-dwelling selves and the inter-dimensional overlords.

                                                                                                Containing three brand new movements in machine music from our treasured production stable of Kid Machine, Bob SwanS and Il Bosco; it also houses an honorary appearance from revered Danish spearhead Flemming Dalum, who serves up a particle-splitting redux of a lesser-known proto-techno nugget from Belgium.
                                                                                                Dalum's been traversing the star-clusters on his own intrepid missions for a while, so we're mega buzzed to have him back on the RL mothership.

                                                                                                Stretford based synthesizer technician, Bob SwanS has been drafted in specifically by RL head Il Bosco for his advanced skills on the patch bays. "Aphelion Run Theme", the point of which an object's orbit is furthest from the Sun, vividly detailing in sound the journey our collective consciousness must undergo in order to reach the Highest Elders. We highly recommend utilising this track alongside Dr. Greer's outstanding work with extra terrestrials.

                                                                                                KID Machine's celebratory, vocoder-led Manctalo message: "It's The K.I.D" is a sonic motif to our interplanetary relatives; this cybernetic b-boy's way of spray painting the Red Laser logo over Proxima Centauri B's subway network in neon-blue, pyroxene paint.

                                                                                                Bosco lets loose with one of his most impassioned creations to date too. "We Almost Lost Oddbins" previously titled: "Save Our Scene", a universe-wide cry for help recorded when worldwide limitations on dancing and human co-exchange were at their most aggressive; its nonetheless positive outlook inviting us all to look both inward and outward for solutions in the New Normal.

                                                                                                Encased within a striking monolith art print, depicting the mystic energies of ancient galaxies it heralds the now widely-accepted belief that we are in no way alone in this universe and that channels of communication between more advanced civilisations than ours have already begun...

                                                                                                STAFF COMMENTS

                                                                                                Matt says: Another blink-and-you'll-miss-it compilation from Manchester's no. 1 team. Manctalo, fizzy rave and a killer Belgium effort grace this latest space nugget.

                                                                                                TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                A1. Code Red - In Your Dreams (Flemming Dalum Red Laser Edit)
                                                                                                A2. BoB SwanS - Aphelion Run Theme
                                                                                                B1. Kid Machine - It's The K I D
                                                                                                B2. Il Bosco - We Almost Lost Oddbins

                                                                                                Various Artists

                                                                                                Old School: Rap Français

                                                                                                  Discover the gems of the old school hip hop with two double vinyls from the French scene including great songs from Passi, Stomy Bugsy, Kool Shen, Tunisiano and many more! This one features our Patrick's French Hip Hop fave "Retour Aux Pyramides".

                                                                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                  1. 16 Rimes - La Brigade Feat. Lunatic
                                                                                                  2. Les Flammes Du Mal - Passi
                                                                                                  3. La Voie Que J'ai Donné À Ma Vie - Ideal J Feat. 113 & Intouchable
                                                                                                  4. L'engrenage - Ol'Kainry
                                                                                                  5. Imposteur - Busta Flex
                                                                                                  6. Retour Aux Pyramides - X-Men
                                                                                                  7. Hip-Hop Philosophie - Gang Du Lyonnais Feat. Kesto, Koma, Rocé & Sea
                                                                                                  8. Avoir Le Pouvoir - Stomy Bugsy
                                                                                                  9. Thé À La Menthe - La Caution
                                                                                                  10. Avec Des Si On Mettrait Paris En Bouteille - Diam's & Antilop Sa
                                                                                                  11. Y'a Plus De Place - Kool Shen
                                                                                                  12. La Magie Du Tiroir - 2 Bal 2 Neg'
                                                                                                  13. Attaque À Mic Armé - ATK Feat. Zoxea
                                                                                                  14. Toute Vérité N'est Pas Bonne À Dire - Disiz La Peste Feat. Abuz
                                                                                                  15. Stressés - Kamelancien Feat. IAM
                                                                                                  16. 6 Minutes - Shurik'n, Scurfy, Daddy Lord C, Akhenaton, Spawn, Mkadam, Thony Montanna & Leïla Rami
                                                                                                  17. Est-ce Que J'ai La Côte - Tunisiano
                                                                                                  18. La Rue En Direct - Alonzo Feat. Sinik & Medine
                                                                                                  19. J'ai La Rime - Mafia K'1 Fry
                                                                                                  20. VIP Dans Le Tier-car - Seth Gueko

                                                                                                  Various Artists

                                                                                                  The Problem Of Leisure: A Celebration Of Andy Gill And Gang Of Four

                                                                                                    The Problem of Leisure: A Celebration of Andy Gill and Gang of Four is a double album of tracks written by Andy Gill and Gang of Four, all newly reinterpreted and recorded by artists whose own unique contributions to music were enriched by listening to Gang of Four.

                                                                                                    The album features songs from across Gang of Four’s 40-plus year career, each individually chosen by the artists who covered them.

                                                                                                    Andy Gill originally conceived of the album to mark the 40th anniversary of the release of Entertainment! in 2019.

                                                                                                    His widow, Catherine Mayer, explains that this plan had already changed by the time of Andy’s death in 2020, after some artists chose tracks from different albums and periods.

                                                                                                    “Andy was massively excited about this project,” Mayer says. “It wasn’t of course conceived as a tribute album, but it’s comforting to me that he lived to see artists he hugely admired enthusiastically agreeing to participate, signalling that the admiration was mutual.”

                                                                                                    The album artwork has been created by English artist Damien Hirst, a long-time friend of Andy’s.

                                                                                                    STAFF COMMENTS

                                                                                                    Barry says: a wonderful collection of some of the world's most respected artists covering the beloved tunes of Gang Of Four. From genres spanning electronic, indie and avant and from a huge variety of eras, it's clear how many people Andy Gill influenced, and how important these compositions are to today's musical landscape.

                                                                                                    TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                    Idles - Damaged Goods
                                                                                                    Tom Morello & Serj Tankian - Natural’s Not In It
                                                                                                    Helmet - In The Ditch
                                                                                                    3D X Gang Of Four Feat. Nova Twins - Where The Nightingale Sings
                                                                                                    Hotei - To Hell With Poverty
                                                                                                    Gary Numan - Love Like Anthrax
                                                                                                    Gail Ann Dorsey - We Live As We Dream Alone
                                                                                                    Herbert Grönemeyer Feat. Alex Silva - I Love A Man In A Uniform
                                                                                                    LoneLady - Not Great Men
                                                                                                    JJ Sterry - 5.45
                                                                                                    La Roux - Damaged Goods
                                                                                                    Everything Everything - Natural’s Not In It
                                                                                                    Dado Villa-Lobos - Return The Gift
                                                                                                    The Dandy Warhols - What We All Want
                                                                                                    Warpaint - Paralysed
                                                                                                    Flea & John Frusciante - Not Great Men
                                                                                                    The Sounds - I Love A Man In Uniform
                                                                                                    Hardcore Raver In Tears - Last Mile
                                                                                                    Killing Joke X Gang Of Four - Forever Starts Now (Killing Joke Dub)
                                                                                                    Sekar Melati - Not Great Men (live Version)

                                                                                                    Soul Jazz Records’ new ‘Cold Wave’ is a collection of current electronic artists who have all been shaped by the early European cold wave artists of the late 70s and early 80s.

                                                                                                    This is the first release of Soul Jazz Records’ new Cold Wave overview and a second volume will follow.

                                                                                                    These first artists created new electronic musical landscapes as well as pursuing a stubborn DIY aesthetic, often releasing material on cassette and pioneering use of lo-fi technology, primitive drum machines and home recording techniques. As part of this continued evolution today many of the artists featured here also self-release their own material, run labels, publish fanzines, or are part of wider musical collectives.

                                                                                                    Aside from the first electronic, no wave and post-punk artists cited as influences – Suicide, Patrick Cowley, The Normal, Martin Hannett, Laurie Anderson, Public Image – this new generation of artists also show an exquisitely open source of electronic and disparate influences, everything from Underground Resistance to Purcell, from Scientist to new beat and more besides.

                                                                                                    Most of the featured artists are based in Europe and include Krikor, Dissemblance and VQOA from France, De Ambassade from the Netherlands, Moisture from Sweden, Kreidler from Germany, Céline Gillian and Carcass Identity from Belgium. One exception is FIT Siegel out of Detroit, connecting the electronic pathways of Europe to the Motor City.

                                                                                                    All of the bands featured here make distinctive contemporary music out of the 80s roots of the first cold wave movement.

                                                                                                    This first edition of ‘Cold Wave’ comes in two vinyl editions – a one-off pressing orange coloured vinyl edition and a black vinyl edition. Both come as heavyweight double vinyl housed in bespoke individual inner sleeves and the first pressing of this album comes with its own free pullout fanzine on the groups featured. The CD edition comes with artist booklet / fanzine and slipcase. All editions are printed in special dayglo colour finish.

                                                                                                    STAFF COMMENTS

                                                                                                    Patrick says: Not content with rocking our Piccadilly socks with the angular energy of their contemporary post punk round up, Soul Jazz now take a tour through the modern age of Cold Wave, picking out former Piccadilly records of the week from Krikor, Wang Inc., De Ambassade, Celine Gillain and Krikor. As a result, this whole comp comes most highly recommended from your favourite vinyl hustlers.

                                                                                                    TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                    1. Dissemblance – Capture
                                                                                                    2. Carcass Identity – Reflexion Ocean
                                                                                                    3. FIT Siegel – Wayne County Stomp
                                                                                                    4. De Ambassade – Standhouden
                                                                                                    5. Wang Inc. – Approdo
                                                                                                    6. Krikor Kouchian – Niños Matadores
                                                                                                    7. Céline Gillain – Fight Or Flight
                                                                                                    8. Kreidler – Kannibal
                                                                                                    9. Moisture – Gammut
                                                                                                    10. Violent Quand On Aime – Of Course I’m A Liar

                                                                                                    Gilles Peterson presents a time capsule of musical magic. Taken from a day of live sessions in London’s legendary Maida Vale Studios - studio MV4 to be exact, it was originally intended just for Peterson’s BBC radio show broadcast on 20th October 2018. Struck by what a special moment the sessions captured, Peterson has decided to mark the results with a release proper on his Brownswood imprint. It features a diverse, all-star cast of some of the acts celebrated by Peterson in recent years, in a series of freewheeling and off-the-cuff recordings, several of the tracks backed by the group of Brownswood signee, Joe Armon-Jones. Featuring Dylan Jones, James Mollison, Mutale Chashi, and Marijus Aleksa as well as guest turns from Fatima, Asheber, Nubya Garcia, Hak Baker, and Oscar Jerome, plus a double track special from Bristol based collective, Ishmael Ensemble.

                                                                                                    TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                    A1. Joe Armon-Jones - Starting Today (feat. Asheber) (Live From Maida Vale)
                                                                                                    B1. Oscar Jerome & Joe Armon-Jones Band - Do You Really (Live From Maida Vale)
                                                                                                    B2. Fatima & Joe Armon-Jones Band - Only (Live From Maida Vale)
                                                                                                    C1. Nubya Garcia & Joe Armon-Jones Band - Hold (Live From Maida Vale)
                                                                                                    C2. Hak Baker & Joe Armon-Jones Band - Thirsty Thursday (Live From Maida Vale)
                                                                                                    D1. Ishmael Ensemble - The Chapel (Live From Maida Vale)*
                                                                                                    D1. Ishmael Ensemble - Tunnels (Live From Maida Vale)*
                                                                                                    D2. Joe Armon-Jones - Almost Went Too Far (Live From Maida Vale)

                                                                                                    *two Tracks Merged Into One.

                                                                                                    Various Artists

                                                                                                    Electronic Music Anthology Vol. 5 - By FG

                                                                                                      Rediscover all the gems of electronic music in a double vinyl anthology collection. After the success of the first 4 volumes, here they are finally available again, accompanied by a new volume more emblematic than ever. There's all sorts of big hitters here - where else can you hear Laurent Garnier, Kerri Chandler, The Hacker, Oizo, Wink and Digitalism?

                                                                                                      TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                      A1. Laurent Garnier - Wake Up
                                                                                                      A2. Agoria - Panta Rei (Radio Edit)
                                                                                                      A3. Kerri Chandler - Get Up
                                                                                                      A4. Gui Boratto - Arquipelago
                                                                                                      B1. Fatima Yamaha - What's A Girl To Do
                                                                                                      B2. Kölsch - Loreley
                                                                                                      B3. The Hacker - Classic Revisited Part 3
                                                                                                      B4. Digitalism - Zdarlight (Fedde Le Grand & Deniz Koyu Remix)
                                                                                                      C1. Superfunk - The Young MC
                                                                                                      C2. Martin Solveig - Linda
                                                                                                      C3. Josh Wink - Higher State Of Consciousness (Tweekin' Acid Funk Mix)
                                                                                                      C4. Brodinski Feat. Louisahhh - Nobody Rules The Streets
                                                                                                      D1. Mr. Oizo - Flat Beat (Radio Edit)
                                                                                                      D2. Club Cheval - Now U Realize
                                                                                                      D3. Bob Sinclar - Vision Of Paradise
                                                                                                      D4. Apparat - Outlier (Solomun Remix)

                                                                                                      Various Artists

                                                                                                      Electronic Music Anthology Vol. 4 - By FG

                                                                                                        Rediscover all the gems of electronic music in a double vinyl anthology collection. After the success of the first 3 volumes, here they are finally available again, accompanied by a new volume more emblematic than ever. Volume 4 includes Sandy B, Jon Cutler, Kid Cudi, Etienne De Crecy and Moderat.


                                                                                                        TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                        A1. Masters At Work Feat. India - When You Touch Me
                                                                                                        A2. Jon Cutler Feat. E-Man - It's Yours
                                                                                                        A3. Sandy B - Make The World Go Round (Deep Dish Radio Edit)
                                                                                                        A4. Dj Rork Feat. C. Minos Alexander - I Wanna See You Come Down (Rk'S Mix)
                                                                                                        B1. Dj Gregory - Block Party
                                                                                                        B2. Martin Solveig - Heart Of Africa
                                                                                                        B3. Didier Sinclair - Lovely Flight
                                                                                                        C1. Kid Cudi - Day'N'Nite (Crookers Remix / Radio Version)
                                                                                                        C2. Duck Sauce - Barbra Streisand (Radio Edit)
                                                                                                        C3. Etienne De Crecy - Am I Wrong ?
                                                                                                        C4. Surkin - Radio Fireworks
                                                                                                        C5. Kiesza - Hideaway
                                                                                                        D1. Rollercone - Palais Mascotte
                                                                                                        D2. The Supermen Lovers - Hard Stuff (Solomun Edit)
                                                                                                        D3. Kompromat - Niemand
                                                                                                        D4. Moderat - A New Error

                                                                                                        Various Artists

                                                                                                        Electronic Music Anthology Vol. 3 - By FG

                                                                                                          Wagram enlist FG to curate not 1, 2, 3 or 4 but FIVE volumes of their "Electronic Music Anthology". This catchy catch-all covers house, techno, downbeat, minimal, tech house and what we refer to as retail house, so you get all kinds of classic on here, from producers as respected as Mr Oizo and as reviled as Bob Sinclair - even Martin Solveig makes about 9 appearances on this series.
                                                                                                          A double-LP comp of timeless techno gems including Jaydee 'Plastic Dreams', Laurent Garnier 'Crispy Bacon' and Ame 'Rej'.

                                                                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                          A1. The Prodigy - Breathe
                                                                                                          A2. Jaydee - Plastic Dreams (Radio Edit)
                                                                                                          A3. Aurora Borealis - The Milky Way
                                                                                                          A4. Laurent Garnier - Crispy Bacon
                                                                                                          B1. Julian Jeweil - Air Conditionné
                                                                                                          B2. Oxia - Domino (Original Rework)
                                                                                                          B3. Âme - Rej
                                                                                                          C1. Rone - Bye Bye Macadam
                                                                                                          C2. RY X - Howling (Ame Remix)
                                                                                                          C2. Eric Prydz - Opus (Four Tet Remix)
                                                                                                          D1. Ornette - Crazy (Nôze Remix)
                                                                                                          D2. Nu & Jo Ke - Who Loves The Sun
                                                                                                          D3. Frankey & Sandrino - Acamar

                                                                                                          Various Artists

                                                                                                          Electronic Music Anthology Vol. 2 - By FG

                                                                                                            Wagram enlist FG to curate not 1, 2, 3 or 4 but FIVE volumes of their "Electronic Music Anthology". This catchy catch-all covers house, techno, downbeat, minimal, tech house and what we refer to as retail house, so you get all kinds of classic on here, from producers as respected as Mr Oizo and as reviled as Bob Sinclair - even Martin Solveig makes about 9 appearances on this series.
                                                                                                            A double-LP comp of timeless electro blasters including Martin Solveig 'Edony (Clap Your Hands)', Les Rythmes Digitales 'Jacques Your Body' and Mr Scruff 'Get a Move on'.

                                                                                                            TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                            A1. Martin Solveig Feat. Hossam Ramzy - Edony (Clap Your Hands)
                                                                                                            A2. Les Rythmes Digitales - Jacques Your Body (Make Me Sweat) (Radio Edit)
                                                                                                            A3. Mr Scruff - Get A Move On
                                                                                                            A4. Kid Loco - She's My Lover
                                                                                                            A5. Blue Boy - Remember Me
                                                                                                            B1. Alex Gopher - The Child
                                                                                                            B2. Swayzak - Make Up Your Mind
                                                                                                            B3. Nufrequency Feat. Ben Onono - Fallen Hero (Motor City Drum Ensemble)
                                                                                                            B4. Fritz Kalkbrenner - Facing The Sun (Radio Edit)
                                                                                                            C1. Tiga - Hot In Herre
                                                                                                            C2. Scott Grooves Feat. Parliament & Funkadelic - Mothership Reconnection (Daft Punk Remix)
                                                                                                            C3. Benny Benassi Presents The Biz - Satisfaction (Isak Original Edit Single)
                                                                                                            C4. Vitalic - Poison Lips
                                                                                                            C5. C2C - Down The Road
                                                                                                            D1. Kavinsky - Nightcall
                                                                                                            D2. Claptone - No Eyes Feat. Jaw
                                                                                                            D3. The Avener Feat. Phoebe Killder - Fade Out Lines
                                                                                                            D4. Disclosure - Latch Feat. Sam Smith
                                                                                                            D5. Flume Feat. Kai - Never Be Like You

                                                                                                            Various Artists

                                                                                                            Electronic Music Anthology Vol. 1 - By FG

                                                                                                              Wagram enlist FG to curate not 1, 2, 3 or 4 but FIVE volumes of their "Electronic Music Anthology". This catchy catch-all covers house, techno, downbeat, minimal, tech house and what we refer to as retail house, so you get all kinds of classic on here, from producers as respected as Mr Oizo and as reviled as Bob Sinclair - even Martin Solveig makes about 9 appearances on this series.
                                                                                                              On this particular double-LP comp of timeless house classics we get Raze 'Break 4 Love', Robin S 'Show Me Love' and Hardrive 'Deep Inside'.

                                                                                                              TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                              A1. Raze - Break 4 Love (Original 12" Mix)
                                                                                                              A2. Robin S. - Show Me Love (Stonebridge Radio Edit)
                                                                                                              A3. Hardrive - Deep Inside (Edit)
                                                                                                              A4. River Ocean Feat. India - Love & Happiness (Yemaya Y Ochun) (Radio Edit)
                                                                                                              A5. Nightcrawlers - Push The Feeling On [The Dub Of Doom]
                                                                                                              B1. Ultra Nate - Free (Mood II Swing Radio Edit)
                                                                                                              B2. Nerio's Dubwork Meets Darryl Pandy - Sunshine And Happiness
                                                                                                              B3. Heller'N'Farley Project - Ultra Flava
                                                                                                              B4. St Germain - Alabama Blues (Todd Edwards Vocal Mix)
                                                                                                              B5. Masters At Work Feat. India - I Can't Get No Sleep
                                                                                                              C1. Moloko - Sing It Back (Boris Musical Mix; Edit)
                                                                                                              C2. Superfunk Feat. Ron Carroll - Lucky Star (Album Mix)
                                                                                                              C3. The Ethics - La Luna (Full Mix)
                                                                                                              C4. Silicone Soul - Right On! (Original Instrumental Version)
                                                                                                              D1. Soha - Eve
                                                                                                              D2. Salome De Bahia - Outro Lugar
                                                                                                              D3. Cunnie Williams - Saturday (Mousse T.'S House Edit)
                                                                                                              D4. Bob Sinclar - My Only Love

                                                                                                              Various Artists

                                                                                                              Oz Echoes: DIY Cassettes And Archives 1980-1989

                                                                                                                Oz Echoes peels away another layer of Australia’s ‘80s DIY hive mind. The Oz Waves successor exposes a deeper circuit of micro-run cassettes, community radio archives and irrationally abandoned studio sessions, as Steele Bonus sequences a 10-track compendium of drone pop, psyche-electronics and agitated tape cut-ups.

                                                                                                                From the Sydney cassette network, The Horse He's Sick returns with an industrial car crash, alongside Wrong Kind of Stone Age’s pagan cacophony and primal riddims. M Squared dynamo Patrick Gibson appears in both Height/Dismay and Mr Knott, his respective studio-as-an-instrument collaborations with Dru Jones (Scattered Order) and ex-Slugfucker Gordon Renouf - the former’s worn out apparition hails from an instantly deleted 1981 7”, while Mr Knott entrust one of the compilation’s five previously unreleased tracks.

                                                                                                                Matt Mawson represents Brisbane music media-printed matter collective ZIP, as Adelaide’s Three D Radio grants access to their vaults of live-to-air recordings and aspiring demo submissions, rescuing the slap-happy punk-funk of The Frenzied Bricks and Jandy Rainbow’s prodigious beginnings in Les Trois Etrangers and Aeroplane Footsteps. Synchronously in Melbourne, Ash Wednesday (Karen Marks, The Metronomes) leads Modern Jazz’ improvised proto-techno and EBM pioneers Shanghai Au Go-Go home record their sardonic synth-wave.

                                                                                                                A cherry-picked cast of unusual suspects, Oz Echoes’ unfamed artist and non-band narratives are detailed by track-by-track liner notes with rarely published archival visions and artwork from Video Synth, prompting further rabbit hole ventures into this golden era of creative risk-taking and instant action.


                                                                                                                TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                1. Height/Dismay - Mother’s Footsteps
                                                                                                                2. The Frenzied Bricks - Vicious Circle
                                                                                                                3. Modern Jazz - Zoom Dub
                                                                                                                4. Mr Knott - Poor Galileo (He Has Gone Mad)
                                                                                                                5. Aeroplane Footsteps - Arabia
                                                                                                                6. Shanghai Au Go-Go - I Cried All Winter
                                                                                                                7. Matt Mawson - Open The Goddam Door
                                                                                                                8. The Horse He's Sick - Terminal Rebound
                                                                                                                9. Wrong Kind Of Stone Age - Ravi Dubbi
                                                                                                                10. Les Trois Etrangers – Luna

                                                                                                                Having already explored the archives of a number of overlooked Greek composers, Into The Light is now turning its attention to the uncharted territory of Greek film soundtracks of the 70s and 80s - a boom period for mystical, transcendental arthouse cinema in Greece.

                                                                                                                GOST: A Spiritual Exploration into Greek Soundtracks (1975-1989) is a passion project from the Greek filmmaker and composer Yannis Veslemes, that took years of engagement, exhaustive research and persistence. The collection features a mixture of rare, hard-to-find and previously unreleased material from musicians and composers including Yannis Kostidakis, Thesia, Dimitris Papadimitriou, Michalis Christodoulides, Stamatis Spanoudakis, Haris Xanthoudakis, Vangelis Katsoulis and Charlotte Van Gelder . All material is accompanied by detailed linear notes from the curator Veslemes, explaining the stories behind the tracks and the movies they first featured on.

                                                                                                                The compilation celebrates the inventiveness and experimentation of Greek soundtrack composers in the ‘70s and ‘80s, by presenting a surprising mixture of musical hybrids that bridge the worlds of electronic and acoustic music, and compositions that bring together Western and Eastern musical traditions, in uniquely idiosyncratic ways.

                                                                                                                TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                A1. Thesia - Parodos
                                                                                                                A2. Yannis Kostidakis - BSA 1939
                                                                                                                A3. Yannis Kostidakis - Petaloudas
                                                                                                                B1. Dimitris Papadimitriou/Dimitris Lekkas - Rock Star Fantasy II
                                                                                                                B2. Stamatis Spanoudakis - Prometheus
                                                                                                                B3. Dimitris Papadimitriou - Erotic Scene
                                                                                                                B4. Michalis Christodoulides - Phalanx
                                                                                                                B5. Michalis Christodoulides - Death At The Dried Champaign
                                                                                                                B6. Giorgos Hatzinasios - The Death Of Baby Jane
                                                                                                                C1. Dionysis Savvopoulos - Wind/Glutch
                                                                                                                C2. Christodoulos Halaris - On The Road
                                                                                                                C3. Dimitris Papadimitriou/Dimitris Lekkas - The Dance Of The Hands/Love At The Sea
                                                                                                                C4. Vangelis Katsoulis - Closed Window
                                                                                                                C5. Christodoulos Halaris - Variation Of A Lie
                                                                                                                D1. Giorgos Hatzinasio - Games With Old Flicks
                                                                                                                D2. Haris Xanthoudakis - L, Comme Bunuel, Ou La Foret Des Symboles
                                                                                                                D3. Charlotte Van Gelder - Karkalou

                                                                                                                Various Artists

                                                                                                                The Best Of Philadelphia International Records

                                                                                                                  50th anniversary of the legendary Philadelphia International Records label founded in 1971 by innovative & prolific songwriters/producers Kenneth Gamble & Leon Huff. This superb compilation showcases the sophisticated Philly Soul sound associated with the label also known as “The Sound of Philadelphia". Featuring the legendary roster of music stars who helped bring these chart topping disco, R&B, soul and funk sounds to life The O’Jays Patti LaBelle, Harold Melvin & the Blue-Notes, Billy Paul, Teddy Pendergrass, Lou Rawls, McFadden Whitehead, The Three Degrees, Phyllis Hyman, The Intruders & the ultimate “house band” MFSB. 

                                                                                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                  Back Stabbers – The O’jays
                                                                                                                  The Love I Lost (part 1) – Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
                                                                                                                  Me And Mrs. Jones – Billy Paul
                                                                                                                  When Will I See You Again – The Three Degrees
                                                                                                                  You’ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine – Lou Rawls
                                                                                                                  T.s.o.p. (the Sound Of Philadelphia) – Mfsb (featuring The Three Degrees)
                                                                                                                  Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now – Mcfadden & Whitehead
                                                                                                                  If You Don’t Know Me By Now – Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
                                                                                                                  I’ll Always Love My Momma – The Intruders
                                                                                                                  Love Train – The O’jays
                                                                                                                  Close The Door – Teddy Pendergrass
                                                                                                                  If Only You Knew – Patti Labelle

                                                                                                                  Various Artists

                                                                                                                  Fabric Presents Danilo Plessow (Motor City Drum Ensemble)

                                                                                                                    The mix was recorded at the end of 2020 as the planet was struggling with the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. Danilo Plessow, known best for his work as Motor City Drum Ensemble, inserts statements from friends about the meaning of the music to people in these times, reaching globally for inspiration. He plays with a range of eras, locations and genres with an emphasis on instrumentation. The double vinyl format with download card features eleven full length tracks taken from the compilation. It highlights the rarer cuts across the 70s, 80s and 90s many of which have never before been digitally released. It includes ‘Nightfall’ – Danilo’s exclusive composition with jazz instrumentalists Francesco Geminiani and Peter Schlamb and ‘Taxi Mutant’ by Cabaret Voltaire that has been cut to vinyl for the first time here.

                                                                                                                    TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                    1. Intro
                                                                                                                    2. Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith - Understanding Body Messages
                                                                                                                    3. SKUAS - Traversée
                                                                                                                    4. Rhythm & Sound W/ Paul St. Hilaire - Music A Fe Rule Part 1
                                                                                                                    5. Scientist - In Orbit6. Recloose Ft Dwele – Can’t Take It (Herbert’s Some Dumb Dub)
                                                                                                                    7. Moogroove - Dark Room
                                                                                                                    8. Jeroen Vink - Waka Wakah
                                                                                                                    9. Powder - Random Ladder With 40
                                                                                                                    10. Danilo Plessow Ft. Francesco Geminiani & Peter Schlamb - Nightfall
                                                                                                                    11. Proxyan - Sky Walkers
                                                                                                                    12. Basic Variation - Decay Sustain Release
                                                                                                                    13. Ciel - Raindance
                                                                                                                    14. Hypnobeat - Can God Rewind? (Part 2)
                                                                                                                    15. Cabaret Voltaire - Taxi Mutant
                                                                                                                    16. THE ORDER - E.W.R. (Sex)
                                                                                                                    17. The Other People Place - It’s Your Love
                                                                                                                    18. $tinkworx - Mnemosyne
                                                                                                                    19. Roy Davis Jr - Broken Machines
                                                                                                                    20. Jonny L - This Time (Carl Craig Mix 2)
                                                                                                                    21. Logue - Keep Me From Pain
                                                                                                                    22. A² - Rebirth
                                                                                                                    23. Sansibar - Absence Of Being
                                                                                                                    24. Family Unit - Freak (House Mix)
                                                                                                                    25. Iridium - Ill America
                                                                                                                    26. Jean-Claude Petit - Stones Of Law
                                                                                                                    27. Moonstarr - Detriot
                                                                                                                    28. John Kongos – I'm Dreaming (Any Moment I May Wake Up Screaming)

                                                                                                                    A1: SKUAS - Traversée
                                                                                                                    A2: Scientist - In Orbit
                                                                                                                    A3: Jeroen Vink - Waka Wakah
                                                                                                                    B1: Moogroove - Dark Room
                                                                                                                    B2: Cabaret Voltaire - Taxi Mutant
                                                                                                                    C1: Logue - Keep Me From Pain
                                                                                                                    C2: Family Unit – Freak (House Mix)
                                                                                                                    C3: Iridium - Ill America
                                                                                                                    D1: Danilo Plessow Ft. Francesco Geminiani & Peter Schlamb - Nightfall
                                                                                                                    D2: THE ORDER - E.W.R. (Sex)
                                                                                                                    D3: Jean-Claude Petit - Stones Of Law

                                                                                                                    Various Artists

                                                                                                                    Virtual Dreams: Ambient Explorations In The House & Techno Age 1993-1997

                                                                                                                      Music From Memory turns 50 with a special release "Virtual Dreams: Ambient Explorations In The House & Techno Age, 1993-1997". The first in a series of compilations, alongside more in depth artist-focused releases, "Virtual Dreams" will delve into music produced during the 1990’s that redefined the boundaries of ‘Ambient’. This was music that explored the possibilities of Ambient music within a new setting, created often by House & Techno music producers for a world beyond dance floors but made very much with the pre and post-clubbing listener in mind.

                                                                                                                      When House and Techno exploded out of America in the mid 1980s a whole generation was redefined not only musically but also culturally and chemically speaking. Peaking, quite literally, with a second ‘Summer of Love’ in 1988, millions of young people across the world would experience the life-changing ups of a brave new world but with it of course came the downs; enter the concept of a ‘Chill-out’ room. Whilst early Chill-out rooms lacked a specific sound and were often soundtracked by music such as reggae and soul, slowly young Techno and House producers themselves would become increasingly interested in developing a futuristic ‘Ambient’ soundtrack to a world beyond the thud of the main room.

                                                                                                                      ‘Ambient’ in this new age now though had sharper teeth than in Brian Eno's key text for ‘Music for Airports’, instead here the sounds were the mode of transport rather than the backdrop. While the melodies were pretty, the soundscape steered away from the pastoral, dreaming of outer-space and technology as opening up exciting new dimensions. Much like in the first Summer Of Love; the musicians were again exploring psychedelic, mind-altering and transcendental possibilities of music. And also much as in the first Summer Of Love, a psychedelic visual language would accompany the music. Though now the tracks could be accompanied by music videos, utilising early CGI techniques, they would look almost entirely to the future: envisioning technology, nature and humanity intertwined in a new Utopian future. Virtual Dreams of a better world.

                                                                                                                      From Ambient and early Chill-out classics, to lesser known one-off projects, as well as Ambient deviations by some of House and Techno’s leading producers, Volume One of Virtual Dreams features tracks by Bedouin Ascent, LA Synthesis, LFO, Marc Hollander, Mark Pritchard & Kirsty Hawkshaw, Richard H. Kirk and more.



                                                                                                                      TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                      Side 1
                                                                                                                      1. MLO - Birds & Flutes
                                                                                                                      2. Pulusha - Isolation (part Two)
                                                                                                                      3. Space Time Continuum - Fluresence
                                                                                                                      Side 2
                                                                                                                      1. David Moufang - Sergio Leone's Wet Dream
                                                                                                                      2. LA Synthesis - Frozen Tundra (dub)
                                                                                                                      Side 3
                                                                                                                      1. Richard H Kirk - Oneski
                                                                                                                      2. A Positive Life - The Calling (Loved'Ub Mix)
                                                                                                                      Side 4
                                                                                                                      1. Sideral - Mare Nostrum
                                                                                                                      2. Primitive Painter - Levitation
                                                                                                                      3. Sun Electric - Love 2 Love
                                                                                                                      Side 5
                                                                                                                      1. LFO - Helen
                                                                                                                      2. Dubtribe Sound System - Sunshine's Theme (Sunshine Remix)
                                                                                                                      3. Human Mesh Dance - 8 (Infinit)
                                                                                                                      Side 6
                                                                                                                      1. Link - Arcadian (Global Communication Remix)
                                                                                                                      2. The Arc - Orphic Mysteries
                                                                                                                      3. Bedouin Ascent - Joyriding III

                                                                                                                      Various Artists

                                                                                                                      Soul Jazz Records Presents - Fire Over Babylon: Dread, Peace And Conscious Sounds At Studio One

                                                                                                                        Soul Jazz Records’ new Studio One collection ‘Fire Over Babylon: Dread, Peace and Conscious Sounds at Studio One’ features a stellar selection of 70s roots music - classic and rare tracks recorded at Clement Dodd’s musical empire at 13 Brentford Road in the 1970s.

                                                                                                                        Rastafarian-inspired Roots music was an ever-important aspect of Studio One’s output from the start of the 1970s onwards and this album features many of the groundbreaking groups and artists that established the sound of Jamaica during this decade and beyond.

                                                                                                                        Featured here are seminal artists such as Freddie McGregor, The Wailing Souls, The Gladiators, Horace Andy, Devon Russell, Cedric Brooks, Count Ossie and Judah Eskender Tafari alongside a host of lesser-known rare cuts made at Studio One from artists such as The Prospectors, Viceroys and Pablove Black.

                                                                                                                        Studio One and founder Clement Dodd’s connection with Rastafarianism dates back to the early 1960s, with Dodd accompanying members of the Skatalites up to the hills of Kingston to listen to the music of the Rastafarian Count Ossie and his drummers. The album sleevenotes discuss how Clement Dodd’s musical links, as well as his role in heading the most important record label in Reggae, are in many ways linked to the beliefs of Rastafarianism.

                                                                                                                        TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                        Freddie McGregor - I Am A Revolutionist
                                                                                                                        The Silvertones - Burning In My Soul
                                                                                                                        Wailing Souls - Without You
                                                                                                                        Devon Russell - Jah Jah Fire
                                                                                                                        Trevor Clarke - Sufferation
                                                                                                                        The Gladiators - Sonia
                                                                                                                        Judah Eskender Tafari - Always Trying
                                                                                                                        The Viceroys - Ya Ho
                                                                                                                        Im And Count Ossie - Give Me Back Me Language And Me Culture
                                                                                                                        The Gladiators - Serious Thing
                                                                                                                        The Prospectors - Glory For I
                                                                                                                        Wailing Souls - Things And Time
                                                                                                                        Pablove Black - Inner Peace
                                                                                                                        The Gladiators - Peace
                                                                                                                        Horace Andy - Mr. Jolly Man
                                                                                                                        Wailing Souls - Rock But Don’t Fall
                                                                                                                        Albert Griffiths And The Gladiators - Righteous Man
                                                                                                                        So Many Problems - The Viceroys

                                                                                                                        Various Artists

                                                                                                                        Studio One Presents Pirates Choice Vol. 2

                                                                                                                          From the vaults of Studio One comes an eclectic grouping of rare shots picked from the treasure chest of the label's releases. Here album tracks by Willie Williams, Lennie Hibbert and Freddie McGregor are joined by rarer releases by the Conquerors, Cool Operator, Roy Richards and the Freedom Singers. Also included are alternate versions of songs like "All the Way" and "Jah Light" as well as "Pirates Choice" that have circulated among Studio One collectors for some years. All tracks are taken from their original master tapes and completely remastered by GRAMMY-winning engineer Toby Mountain.

                                                                                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                          1. Willie Williams - All The Way (Alternate Mix)
                                                                                                                          2. The Conquerors - You Hold The Handle
                                                                                                                          3. Lennie Hibbert - Chinese Beauty
                                                                                                                          4. Freddie McGregor - Sweet Child
                                                                                                                          5. Roy Richards - Dirty People
                                                                                                                          6. Roland Alphonso & The Brentford Disco Set - Jah Light
                                                                                                                          7. Brentford Rockers - Pirates Choice
                                                                                                                          8. Freedom Singers - Black Is Black (Original Mix)
                                                                                                                          9. Freedom Singers - Black Is Black (Single Mix)
                                                                                                                          10. The Main Roots - Plead My Cause
                                                                                                                          11. The Soul Rebels - Bongo Skank
                                                                                                                          12. Cool Operator & The New Establishment - Heart Breaker
                                                                                                                          13. Studio One Band - Jah Light Dub

                                                                                                                          There's no let up from the Wagram camp this week, who hook us up with no less than four killer comps. Keeping things decidedly binary, they've taken a battle of the sexes approach, furnishing us with 'Funk Women', 'Jazz Men', 'Jazz Women' and 'Soul Men'.

                                                                                                                          Rat Pack fans rejoice, "Jazz Men" gives us all the goodies from the golden age of swing, when the lamps were out on the tables at the copa, and the guys sipped brandy in sharp suits. Frank, Dean and Sammy rub shoulders with Louis Armstrong, Chet Baker and Nat "King" Cole.

                                                                                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                          A1. Fred Astaire - Cheek To Cheek
                                                                                                                          A2. Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra - When You're Smiling
                                                                                                                          A3. Nat "King" Cole - My Baby Just Cares For Me
                                                                                                                          A4. Vic Damone - Let's Fall In Love
                                                                                                                          A5. Tony Bennett - I'm A Fool To Want You
                                                                                                                          A6. Gene Kelly - Singin' In The Rain
                                                                                                                          A7. Chet Baker - I Fall In Love Too Easily
                                                                                                                          B1. Frank Sinatra - I've Got You Under My Skin
                                                                                                                          B2. Perry Como - Papa Loves Mambo
                                                                                                                          B3. Sammy Davis Jr. - Something's Gotta Give
                                                                                                                          B4. Frankie Laine - I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby
                                                                                                                          B5. Johnny Mathis - Wonderful! Wonderful!
                                                                                                                          B6. Cab Calloway - Minnie The Moocher (Theme Song)
                                                                                                                          B7. Bing Crosby - Autumn Leaves
                                                                                                                          C1. Dean Martin - Sway (Quien Sera)
                                                                                                                          C2. Harry Belafonte - Day O (The Banana Boat Song)
                                                                                                                          C3. Bob McFadden & Dor - The Beat Generation
                                                                                                                          C4. Paul Anka - Put Your Head On My Shoulder
                                                                                                                          C5. Bobby Darin - Beyond The Sea
                                                                                                                          C6. João Gilberto - Chega De Saudade
                                                                                                                          C7. Mark Murphy - Firefly
                                                                                                                          C8. Oscar Brown Jr - Dat Dere
                                                                                                                          D1. Louis Prima, Sam Butera, Gia Malone & The Witnesses - Shadrack
                                                                                                                          D2. Mel Tormé - Comin' Home Baby
                                                                                                                          D3. Andy Williams - Moon River
                                                                                                                          D4. Leon Thomas - Song For My Father
                                                                                                                          D5. Brook Benton - Love Me Or Leave Me
                                                                                                                          D6. Bobby Cole - A Perfect Day

                                                                                                                          Various Artists

                                                                                                                          Jazz Women - Timeless Classics From The Queens Of Jazz

                                                                                                                            There's no let up from the Wagram camp this week, who hook us up with no less than four killer comps. Keeping things decidedly binary, they've taken a battle of the sexes approach, furnishing us with 'Funk Women', 'Jazz Men', 'Jazz Women' and 'Soul Men'.

                                                                                                                            Check out that tracklist!!! It's basically a hall of fame for female vocalists. If you like smooth instrumentation and rasping vocals, you're in the right place.

                                                                                                                            TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                            A1. Sarah Vaughan - Summertime
                                                                                                                            A2. Billie Holiday - God Bless The Child
                                                                                                                            A3. Betty Carter - I Could Write A Book
                                                                                                                            A4. Julie London - Cry Me A River
                                                                                                                            A5. Chris Connor - Lullaby Of Birdland
                                                                                                                            A6. Peggy Lee - Black Coffee
                                                                                                                            A7. Lena Horne - Stormy Weather
                                                                                                                            A8. Nancy Wilson - I Wish You Love
                                                                                                                            B1. Anita O'Day - Sing, Sing, Sing
                                                                                                                            B2. Shirley Bassey - I've Got You Under My Skin
                                                                                                                            B3. Dinah Washington - What A Difference A Day Makes
                                                                                                                            B4. Etta James - At Last
                                                                                                                            B5. Ella Fitzgerald - My Funny Valentine
                                                                                                                            B6. Della Reese - Whatever Lola Wants
                                                                                                                            B7. Rosemary Clooney & Pérez Prado - Sway (Quien Sera)
                                                                                                                            C1. Doris Day - Keep Smilin', Keep Laughin', Be Happy
                                                                                                                            C2. Nina Simone - My Baby Just Cares For Me
                                                                                                                            C3. Carmen Mcrae & The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Take Five
                                                                                                                            C4. Aretha Franklin - Try A Little Tenderness
                                                                                                                            C5. Shirley Horn - And I Love Him
                                                                                                                            C6. Diana Krall - Straighten Up And Fly Right
                                                                                                                            C7. Cassandra Wilson - Fragile
                                                                                                                            D1. Terez Montcalm - Sweet Dreams
                                                                                                                            D2. Melody Gardot - Baby I'm A Fool
                                                                                                                            D3. Youn Sun Nah - My Favorite Things
                                                                                                                            D4. Stacey Kent - Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars (Live)
                                                                                                                            D5. Madeleine Peyroux - He's Got Me Goin'

                                                                                                                            The award winning compilation series Future Disco returns with it’s 14th instalment ‘Dance Club’, an embodiment and celebration of dancing, unity and togetherness, packed with key artists such as Dimitri From Paris, Dr Packer, Gerd Janson, Aeroplane & more.

                                                                                                                            Eighteen carefully curated tracks by label owner and curator Sean Brosnan. Featured on the album are some of the finest selections of disco, and club ready DJ tools to soundtrack the summer of 2021 and beyond. The album also features a raft of exclusives, edits and unreleased tracks from Theo Kottis, New World, Antenna, and The Showfa.

                                                                                                                            Sean comments on the concept:

                                                                                                                            ‘The dance club is a concept that focuses on the most important aspect of dance music - the dancing itself. This album is a celebration album, which sounds strange in such difficult times, but it’s a celebration of dancing and how we have so badly missed this expression. How we are ging to dance again in the future and it’s going to be better and bigger than ever.’

                                                                                                                            Opening proceedings, Dimitri from Paris is an obvious choice and Yusek’s remix of ‘Can’t Get Enough’ is a holding hands together moment that pours sunlight over you in rejoice.

                                                                                                                            Ron Basejam’s rework of label signee Black Hawks of Panama sets the tone, with an upright funk selection that bellows its bass with adorn. And a regular to the series, COEO drives through a melodic transition to early 90’s rave, with embracing power-chords that reverberate the kick drum.

                                                                                                                            Drawing out the excursion, Hot Creations aficionado Jansons, takes on remix duties for Tommy Farrow’s 2020 belter ‘Let’s Just’, which saw widespread success, reaching BBC Radio 1 playlisting and nearing 1m streams. This main room powerhouse of a record is fittingly escorted by Catz n Dogs and Gerd Janson’s epically euphoric ‘Modern Romance’.


                                                                                                                            TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                            CD1: Mixed:
                                                                                                                            1. Dimitri From Paris & Aeroplane Featuring Leela - Can’t Get Enough (Yuksek Remix)
                                                                                                                            2. Titeknots – On My Mind
                                                                                                                            3. Black Hawks Of Panama Feat. Bisi - Feel For You (Ron Basejam Remix)
                                                                                                                            4. Theo Kottis - Seventies (Theo’s Future Disco Edit) [Exclusive]
                                                                                                                            5. Chevals - All I Wanna Do Is Love You
                                                                                                                            6. New World - Glances (Future Disco Vocal Edit) [Exclusive]
                                                                                                                            7. COEO - I Can Never Be Yours
                                                                                                                            8. Antenna - L’atellier [Exclusive]
                                                                                                                            9. Jex Opolis - Listen To The Band
                                                                                                                            10. Kahwe - All Day
                                                                                                                            11. Hustlers Convention - Final (Dr Packer Remix)
                                                                                                                            12. Gerd Janson & Jacques Renault - Never Saw Never
                                                                                                                            13. The Showfa - Joy (Future Disco’s More Joy Edit) [Exclusive]
                                                                                                                            14. Mix & Fairbanks - Red Light Runner
                                                                                                                            15. Tommy Farrow - Let’s Just (Jansons Remix)
                                                                                                                            16. Catz N Dogz & Gerd Janson - Modern Romance (Original Mix)
                                                                                                                            17. Emil Rottmayer - L.E.V.E.L
                                                                                                                            18. Ekkah - Wendy’s Yard (Gilligan Moss Remix)

                                                                                                                            CD2 : Unmixed :
                                                                                                                            1. Dimitri From Paris & Aeroplane Featuring Leela - Can’t Get Enough (Yuksek Remix)
                                                                                                                            2. Titeknots – On My Mind
                                                                                                                            3. Black Hawks Of Panama Feat. Bisi - Feel For You (Ron Basejam Remix)
                                                                                                                            4. Theo Kottis - Seventies (Theo’s Future Disco Edit)
                                                                                                                            5. New World - Glances (Future Disco Vocal Edit)
                                                                                                                            6. COEO - I Can Never Be Yours
                                                                                                                            7. Antenna - L’atellier
                                                                                                                            8. Kahwe - All Day
                                                                                                                            9. Hustlers Convention - Final (Dr Packer Remix)
                                                                                                                            10. Gerd Janson & Jacques Renault - Never Saw Never
                                                                                                                            11. Mix & Fairbanks - Red Light Runner
                                                                                                                            12. Tommy Farrow - Let’s Just (Jansons Remix)
                                                                                                                            13. Catz N Dogz & Gerd Janson - Modern Romance (Original Mix)
                                                                                                                            14. Ekkah - Wendy’s Yard (Gilligan Moss Remix)

                                                                                                                            LP:
                                                                                                                            A1. Dimitri From Paris & Aeroplane Featuring Leela - Can’t Get Enough (Yuksek Remix)
                                                                                                                            A2. Titeknots – On My Mind
                                                                                                                            A3. Black Hawks Of Panama Feat. Bisi - Feel For You (Ron Basejam Remix)
                                                                                                                            A4. Theo Kottis - Seventies (Theo’s Future Disco Edit)
                                                                                                                            B1. Chevals - All I Wanna Do Is Love You
                                                                                                                            B2. New World - Glances (Future Disco Vocal Edit)
                                                                                                                            B3. COEO - I Can Never Be Yours
                                                                                                                            B4. Jex Opolis - Listen To The Band
                                                                                                                            C1. Kahwe - All Day
                                                                                                                            C2. Hustlers Convention - Final (Dr Packer Remix)
                                                                                                                            C3. Gerd Janson & Jacques Renault - Never Saw Never
                                                                                                                            C4. The Showfa - Joy (Future Disco’s More Joy Edit)
                                                                                                                            D1. Tommy Farrow - Let’s Just (Jansons Remix)
                                                                                                                            D2. Catz N Dogz & Gerd Janson - Modern Romance (Original Mix)
                                                                                                                            D3. Emil Rottmayer - L.E.V.E.L
                                                                                                                            D4. Ekkah - Wendy’s Yard (Gilligan Moss Remix)

                                                                                                                            Various Artists

                                                                                                                            Soul Men - Groovy Anthems By The Kings Of Soul

                                                                                                                              There's no let up from the Wagram camp this week, who hook us up with no less than four killer comps. Keeping things decidedly binary, they've taken a battle of the sexes approach, furnishing us with 'Funk Women', 'Jazz Men', 'Jazz Women' and 'Soul Men'.

                                                                                                                              'Soul Men' serves us nothing but the finest male vocal soul cuts of the 60s and 70s in an all killer no filler fashion. Special mention has to go for Side C with a run of worldies from Gil Scott-Heron, Aaron Neville, Darondo, Lonnie Liston Smith and Joe Simon.

                                                                                                                              TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                              A1. James Brown & The Famous Flames - Please, Please, Please
                                                                                                                              A2. Little Willie John - Fever
                                                                                                                              A3. Barrett Strong - Money (That's What I Want)
                                                                                                                              A4. Ben E. King - Stand By Me
                                                                                                                              A5. Sam Cooke - (What A) Wonderful World
                                                                                                                              A6. Ray Charles - Unchain My Heart
                                                                                                                              A7. Solomon Burke - Cry To Me
                                                                                                                              A8. James Ray - I've Got My Mind Set On You (Parts 1 & 2)
                                                                                                                              B1. Otis Redding - These Arms Of Mine
                                                                                                                              B2. Marvin Gaye & The Vandellas - Stubborn Kind Of Fellow
                                                                                                                              B3. Stevie Wonder - Hallelujah (I Love Her So)
                                                                                                                              B4. Gene Chandler - Duke Of Earl
                                                                                                                              B5. The Isley Brothers - Right Now
                                                                                                                              B6. Bob & Earl - Harlem Shuffle
                                                                                                                              B7. Timmy Thomas - Why Can’t We Live Together
                                                                                                                              C1. Gil Scott-Heron - Lady Day And John Coltrane
                                                                                                                              C2. Aaron Neville - Hercules
                                                                                                                              C3. Darondo - Didn't I
                                                                                                                              C4. Lonnie Liston Smith & The Cosmic Echoes - Expansions
                                                                                                                              C5. Joe Simon - Drowning In The Sea Of Love
                                                                                                                              D1. Al Jarreau - Ain't No Sunshine
                                                                                                                              D2. Barry White - Ghetto Letto
                                                                                                                              D3. Curtis Mayfield - You Mean Everything To Me
                                                                                                                              D4. Syl Johnson - They Can't See Your Good Side
                                                                                                                              D5. Terry Callier - Running Around (Fug City Mix)

                                                                                                                              There's no let up from the Wagram camp this week, who hook us up with no less than four killer comps. Keeping things decidedly binary, they've taken a battle of the sexes approach, furnishing us with 'Funk Women', 'Jazz Men', 'Jazz Women' and 'Soul Men'.

                                                                                                                              There's a whole lotta heat to be found on this fresh set of femme-funk classics, featuring jams from the likes of Lyn Collins, Minnie Ripperton, Gwen McCrae and many, many more!

                                                                                                                              TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                              A1. Gloria Lucas - One Sweet Song
                                                                                                                              A2. Lyn Collins - Think (About It)
                                                                                                                              A3. Minnie Riperton - Adventures In Paradise
                                                                                                                              A4. Ruby Delicious - Rock Steady
                                                                                                                              A5. Brenda George - What You See Is What You're Gonna Get
                                                                                                                              A6. Jackie Dee - Love You Wholeheartedly
                                                                                                                              A7. Gwen McCrae - All This Love That I'm Givin'
                                                                                                                              B1. Marva Whitney - What Do I Have To Do To Prove My Love To You [Single Version]
                                                                                                                              B2. Ruth Davis - I Need Money
                                                                                                                              B3. Millie Jackson - Do What Makes The World Go Round
                                                                                                                              B4. Gladys Knight & The Pips - Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin) [Album Version]
                                                                                                                              B5. Spanky Wilson & The Quantic Soul Orchestra - Don't Joke With A Hungry Man
                                                                                                                              B6. Ann Peebles - Slipped, Tripped & Fell In Love
                                                                                                                              C1. Betty Wright - Clean Up Woman
                                                                                                                              C2. Little Rose Little - Family Tree
                                                                                                                              C3. The Quantic Soul Orchestra - Hold It Down
                                                                                                                              C4. Jackson Sisters - I Believe In Miracles
                                                                                                                              C5. Rose Royce - Car Wash [Single Version]
                                                                                                                              C6. Taana Gardner - Heartbeat (2012 – Remaster)
                                                                                                                              D1. Melba Moore - Mind Up Tonight
                                                                                                                              D2. Sisters Love - Gimme Your Love
                                                                                                                              D3. Diana Ross - Upside Down
                                                                                                                              D4. Donna Summer - Hot Stuff (Single Edit)
                                                                                                                              D5. Carrie Lucas - Dance With You (Single Edit)

                                                                                                                              Various Artists

                                                                                                                              Rare Wiri 100th Feat. DJ Rocca, Eric Duncan, Mushrooms Project, Rayko

                                                                                                                              After 12 years in the game, the Spanish nu-disco stable have reached the 100-release milestone, and they're celebrating with this vinyl sampler of the digital compilation. Includes 4 cuts by Dj Rocca, Eric Duncan, Mushrooms Project, and Rayko, putting the emphasis on heavily electronic grooves with a dark and leftfield twist.

                                                                                                                              The DJ Rocca is low-slung and wobbly as fuck; certain to make the less able bodies trip over their feet on the way from the tiki bar to the beach. Well cosmic. Eric Duncan's offering's a cinematic and spacey offerings: reminescent of some 80s electronic-rock opus with added club sfx. Mushrooms Project sample the fungi of the rainforest for a shamanic chugger served up with additional perx and Rhodes. Finally, Rayko ensure the average BPM remains low as they close of proceedings with the slo-motion cosmic micro-anthem "Space Trip". Mega!


                                                                                                                              TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                              A1. DJ Rocca - Mausy
                                                                                                                              A2. Eric Duncan - Suan Wu
                                                                                                                              B1. Mushrooms Project - A Wicked Draw
                                                                                                                              B2. Rayko - Space Trip

                                                                                                                              Various Artists

                                                                                                                              Wizzzz! French Psychorama Vol. 4 1966-1974

                                                                                                                                Stars, lesser names on the French pop scene and unknown artists rub shoulders on this tangy new compilation. Take off on a sonic journey through the starry night of the late sixties.

                                                                                                                                TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                                1. Doukkali - Je Suis Jaloux
                                                                                                                                2. François Berheim - Tom
                                                                                                                                3. Michel Handson - Le Bric A Brac
                                                                                                                                4. Matty Kemer - Boeing
                                                                                                                                5. Gilles Du Janeyrand - Filles 2000
                                                                                                                                6. Alain Ricar - I Like Sex
                                                                                                                                7. Paul Dupret - Je T'aime Trop
                                                                                                                                8. Richard Hertel - Patatras Hola
                                                                                                                                9. Michel Didier - Comme Un Arc En Ciel
                                                                                                                                10. Liberatore - Vedette Internationale
                                                                                                                                11. Alain Serco - Kiki
                                                                                                                                12. Gérard Gray - Le Poisson Vert
                                                                                                                                13. François Faray - Le Grand Méchant Loup
                                                                                                                                14. Patrice Lamy - Laisse Moi Medire Que Je T'aime PART1
                                                                                                                                15. K.R. Nagati - Sidi Bou
                                                                                                                                16. Les Missiles - La (nouvelle) Guerre De 100 Ans 

                                                                                                                                Various Artists

                                                                                                                                Wanted - Jazz Vol. 1

                                                                                                                                  The always affordable Wanted series returns this week with another set of beautifully presented, expertly selected comps covering a variety of genres. Tackling jazz was always going to be tricky so the folks at Wagram serve us a survey in two parts. Volume 1 treats us to luxurious grooves, mournful ballads and dreamy difters from the likes of Art Blakey, Charles Mingus, Dizzy Gillespie and Letta Mbulu. 

                                                                                                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                                  A1. Art Blakey Big Band Feat. John Coltrane - Pristine (Take 2)
                                                                                                                                  A2. Fred Johnson - A Child Runs Free
                                                                                                                                  A3. George Benson - Along Comes Mary
                                                                                                                                  A4. Charles Mingus - Boogie Stop Shuffle
                                                                                                                                  A5. Gordon Beck - The Hustler
                                                                                                                                  A6. Lorez Alexandria - Send In The Clowns
                                                                                                                                  B1. Dizzy Gillespie - Chega Dee Saudade (No More Blues) (Take 2)
                                                                                                                                  B2. Letta Mbulu - What'S Wrong With Groovin'
                                                                                                                                  B3. Joe Williams With Thad Jones & The Mel Lewis Orchestra - Get Out Of My Life Woman
                                                                                                                                  B4. Oscar Brown Jr. - Work Song
                                                                                                                                  B5. Grant Green - The Final Comedown
                                                                                                                                  B6. Jeremy Steig - Howling For Judy

                                                                                                                                  Various Artists

                                                                                                                                  Brown Acid: The Twelfth Trip

                                                                                                                                    That’s right, we’ve reached a toker’s dozen editions of brilliant long-lost, rare, and unreleased hard rock, heavy psych, and proto-metal tracks from the 60s-70s. Clearly this has become a bonafide archaeological movement as each new installment leads us to more exciting new discoveries. Like we’ve done throughout this series, all of these tracks were painstakingly licensed legitimately and the artists were paid. Make yourself comfortable and prepare for yet another deep, deep dive into the treasure trove of dank, subterranean, wild-eyed and hairy rock ’n’ roll.

                                                                                                                                    The Waters start this Trip off right with swampy fuzz- and phaser-soaked dueling guitars oozing from the grooves of their 1969 single “Mother Samwell.” The Louisville, KY trio somehow failed to make much of a splash however, only issuing two 45s, one in ’68 and this rocker the following year, before eventually evaporating in ’72. The bassist went on to play in Hank Williams Jr.’s band for a couple of decades, so the band’s fortunes weren’t entirely sunken.

                                                                                                                                    Hamilton, Ontario launched the Village S.T.O.P.’s freak-out heavy psych marauding, but it was after frequent trips to NYC that the Canadian band really learned to let their freak flag fly. Sometimes the band played with their faces painted black & white, other times draped in fluorescent ink & blacklight, with strobe lights and the whole nine yards of theatrics… occasionally even adding a few extra inches of male nudity. Musically, their 1969 track “Vibration” is a bopping number nodding to Frank Zappa, Hendrix and some really brown acid doses.



                                                                                                                                    White Lightning’s blazing double-kick drum, sizzling melodic riffs and Jim Dandy howls on “1930” is a power metal rocker from 1969 that perfectly epitomizes the raison d’être of this series. The Minneapolis, MN band formed by guitarist Tom “Zippy” Caplan after he left garage psych heroes The Litter, later shortened its name to Lightning. The group only issued one proper album before disbanding in 1971. However, with the late 1990’s reissues and revival of The Litter, Lightning’s bevy of unreleased recordings also surfaced as a self-titled LP and Strikes Twice 1986-1969 CD compilation.



                                                                                                                                    The blues runs deep in the veins of “Woman (Don’t You Go)” by Bay Area rockers Shane. The biracial group may have borrowed its heavy syncopated groove and lead singer/organist aesthetic from locals Sly & The Family Stone, but their troglodyte fuzz riffs and beastly drums owe just as much to blazing proto-metal hellfire. Sadly, they only released this 1968 single before these men decided to go.

                                                                                                                                    Ace Song Service probably thought they were pretty clever with their risqué acronym name, but it’s their B-side “Persuasion” that really kicks A.S.S. Rollicking, relentless drums, walking bass, staggering guitars and shimmering Hammond organ shake the foundations while crooning blue-eyed soul vocals remind you that this is still the late-60s. The Dallas, TX band only issued this lone (star) 2-song single before crawling back up from whence they came.

                                                                                                                                    Opus Est’s strange 1974 headbanger “Bed” has a bit of “Hocus Pocus” by Focus style mania — and we mean that in the best lunacy inducing way. However, it’s the Belgian trio’s heavy panting and squealing vocals in the amorous breakdown that nods to a particular whole lotta nub that gives this song its, um, thrust. After just two singles, Opus Est came and went.

                                                                                                                                    The Mopptops’ heavy riff of “Our Lives” starts of sounding like Greg Ginn’s frantic guitar work on Black Flag’s Nervous Breakdown, before wah-wah and high harmony vocals turn it into more of a Blues Magoos-meets-Iron Butterfly tune. This Hawaiian Islands based quartet took its inspiration more from the British Invasion than local traditions and were quite popular for their gritty long-hair R&B but remained isolated from the world at large. They did however release a handful of 45s between 1965 and the early 70s. This 1968 banger on Fantastic Records is, well, fantastic.



                                                                                                                                    Youngstown, OH artists Artist weren’t too creative with their band name, instead saving that energy to create meaty midwestern rock’n’roll like “Every Lady Does It.” Harmonized guitar leads and driving cowbell power their hook-filled lone 1977 single. Not much is known about the obscure band, other than singer/guitarist Al Tkach later fronted something he called Reality Rock.

                                                                                                                                    Rural hard rock bar band Stagefright hailed from Carthage, MO and their 1980 album D-Day is a highly collectible selection of landlocked rippers. Album opener “Comin’ Home” is a barnstorming romp led by vocalist/drummer Jim Mills who somehow smoothly sings while simultaneously playing wild Keith Moon style drum rolls.

                                                                                                                                    Dickens “Sho’ Need Love” / “Don’t Talk About My Music” 45 is one of those record collector’s Holy Grail type of releases. The 1971 single only exists as a demo, printed as a white label promo pressing for Scepter Records. Dickens were, essentially, a mockery of the era’s hard rock shenanigans, comprised of NRBQ’s road crew and some band members all playing instruments they didn’t know how to play. This recording happened essentially by accident when studio time became available after Gomer Pyle actor and balladeer Jim Nabors cancelled a session. The group quickly cut a few songs, which an enthusiastic A&R man had pressed up, before the label president nixed it and fired the VP for allowing such nonsense. It’s believed that only about 50 copies survived. It’s a shame, since this Flipper-before-Flipper dirge-metal freakout was way ahead of its time.

                                                                                                                                    That’s that for this edition of Brown Acid, but the hits keep on a-bubblin’ up from the primordial rock’n’roll sludge. So, stay tuned for more as we continue to find wilder and weirder treasures from the underground comedown. 

                                                                                                                                    Big Crown Records is proud to present Dear Sunny... a compilation of Sunny & The Sunliners covers by Big Crown artists. Since the first time we heard "Should I Take You Home" by Sunny & The Sunliners, we have been avid fans. That record, which we were introduced to on MF Classy Chris' now legendary mixtape, The Time Is Right, set a lot of things in motion. It started of course with tracking down copies and collecting all of Sunny's records for our personal collections.

                                                                                                                                    That quickly turned into the desire to reissue some of his vast catalog on our label for the rest of the world to hear. We got in touch with Sunny and his son David and brought the idea to them. After getting to know each other well enough Dave said, "You have been calling us non-stop for more than three years, you MUST mean what you are saying" and with that, we signed a deal to do a reissue project on Big Crown. We then flew out to San Antonio again, this time with a scanner and a videographer. We sat down with Sunny to interview him, went through his vast collection of photos, and talked about his life and career. Sunny was even kind enough to let us film him performing acoustic versions of a few songs.

                                                                                                                                    We used all of that material for our 2017 compilation, Mr Brown Eyed Soul. That release is our highlight reel of Sunny's Soul tunes. We also made his rarest records readily available to collectors at a price that wouldn't empty their pockets. The concept for Dear Sunn came to us right after we signed the deal. We wanted our artists to cover his music as a tribute to him. Three years later we released the digital album on Sept 4th to coincide with Sunny's 77th birthday. The response has been nothing but love and now we are ready to press this up on vinyl with the addition of Liam Bailey's scorching cover of "Give Me Time". Everyone here stepped up to fill very big shoes doing these covers. Bobby Oroza teamed up with Cold Diamond & Mink and made a smashing version of "Should I Take You Home". The Shacks took on the anthemic "Smile Now, Cry Later" while Holy Hive covers "If I Could See You Now" building off the uptempo dance floor energy of the original. Paul & The Tall Trees bring a crooning vibe to "Rain Makes Me Blue" and Brainstory turned "Runaway" into a haunting ballad reminiscent of early Lee Hazelwood productions.

                                                                                                                                    Some of these turn out to be covers of covers. Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band takes on the funk collector's holy grail from Sunny, his cover of War's "Get Down" while 79.5 take Sunny's version of "My Dream" and change the vibe from a floating love song to theme music for the brokenhearted. Mr. Lee Fields does "The One Who's Hurting Is You" and the latest addition to the Big Crown Roster, Lizette and Quevin, do a rendition of the song that brought Sunny to Dick Clark's American Bandstand in 1963 and catapulted him to fame; his cover of Little Willie John's "Talk To Me". So as the letter begins, "Dear Sunny.." we hope that you enjoy this homage Sir. Thank you for all the music you have given all of us, it has been a pleasure to work with you and to get a chance to know you and your family. We hope everyone enjoys this homage to the living legend, San Antonio's finest, Mr. Brown Eyed Soul, Sunny Ozuna as much as we do

                                                                                                                                    TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                                    SIDE A

                                                                                                                                    1. Smile Now, Cry Later - The Shacks
                                                                                                                                    2. Should I Take You Home - Bobby Oroza
                                                                                                                                    3. My Dream - 79.5
                                                                                                                                    4. If I Could See You Now - Holy Hive
                                                                                                                                    5. Get Down - Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band.

                                                                                                                                    SIDE B

                                                                                                                                    1. Give Me Time - Liam Bailey
                                                                                                                                    2. The One Who’s Hurting Is You - Lee Fields & The Expressions
                                                                                                                                    3. Talk To Me - Lizette & Quevin
                                                                                                                                    4. Rain Makes Me Blue - Paul & The Tall Trees
                                                                                                                                    5. Runaway – Brainstory

                                                                                                                                    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)

                                                                                                                                    Various Artists

                                                                                                                                    Wanted - Afro Groove

                                                                                                                                      Wagram turn their attention to the hip-swivelling world of Afro-disco and Afro-Funk, putting together a sizzling set of pan African sounds covering a whole host of dance styles from all over the continent. Deeper diggers may recognise some of these gems from individual reissues over the last few years, but this is the only time you'll find them all in one place.

                                                                                                                                      TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                                      1. Marumo - Khomo Tsaka Deile Kae?
                                                                                                                                      2. Dele Sosimi - E Go Betta
                                                                                                                                      3. Zimba - Baleka
                                                                                                                                      4. Manu Dibango - Motapo
                                                                                                                                      5. Afriquoi Feat. Kudaushe Matimba - Kudaushe
                                                                                                                                      6. Joni Haastrup - Wake Up Your Mind
                                                                                                                                      7. Pat Thomas & Kwashibu Area Band - Gyae Su
                                                                                                                                      8. Gyedu-Blay Ambolley - Simigwa-Do
                                                                                                                                      9. Penny Penny - Shaka Bundu
                                                                                                                                      10. Om' Alec Khaoli & Umoja - Take Me Higher

                                                                                                                                      Various Artists

                                                                                                                                      DJ Kicks - Jayda G

                                                                                                                                        For Jayda G, joy is a state of mind. Whether she transmits it through her upbeat productions or magnetic energy at the decks, the Canadian-born DJ and producer, real name Jayda Guy, is a beacon of empathy on the dancefloor.

                                                                                                                                        It’s no surprise, then, that Jayda G’s DJ-Kicks mix, releasing on 14 May, captures the buoyant spirit of the music that has influenced her most. “DJ-Kicks has been a personal goal of mine for a really long time. I've been a fan for decades now. I remember there was one mix by Chromeo and it had some French disco on it that always stood out in my mind,” she remembers. Clocking in at just over an hour, Guy’s mix takes you on a journey that moves through loved classics and new bubblers.

                                                                                                                                        The mix contains Jayda's Brand new single "All I Need", the follow up to Grammy Nominated breakthrough single "Both Of Us", a slinky house tune co-produced with James Ford that fizzes with shimmering energy. A rallying cry for kinship and understanding, Guy’s insouciant vocals insist “all I need is you to hear me”, gliding across the perfectly swung house beat. “Because the mix was made during the pandemic, I thought, ‘What music makes me happy?’ I want people to feel like they know me. I wanted it to be approachable, still honouring the disco and soul music that I love. I hope that translates in some shape or form.”


                                                                                                                                        STAFF COMMENTS

                                                                                                                                        Matt says: K7 present the eclectic electronics of one Jayda G. Unmixed for the purists, mixtape style for the party heads. What's not to love.

                                                                                                                                        TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                                        CD (mixed)
                                                                                                                                        ** = Exclusive

                                                                                                                                        1. Light Of The World - London Town
                                                                                                                                        2. Aged In Harmony - You're A Melody
                                                                                                                                        3. Glass Beams - Taurus
                                                                                                                                        4. KOKOROKO - Uman
                                                                                                                                        5. Atmosfear - Invasion
                                                                                                                                        6. Universal Togetherness Band - More Than Enough
                                                                                                                                        7. Royale - I Want Your Body
                                                                                                                                        8. Don Blackman - Just Can't Stay Away
                                                                                                                                        9. Gerry Read - 90’s Prostitution Racket
                                                                                                                                        10. Naomi Daniel - Stars (Dos Cult Mix)
                                                                                                                                        11. LNS - Bitumen **
                                                                                                                                        12. DJ BORING - Gardenia **
                                                                                                                                        13. Jennifer Loveless - In 10,000 Places **
                                                                                                                                        14. HAAi - Good Ol'Fashioned Rugs
                                                                                                                                        15. Jayda G - All I Need **
                                                                                                                                        16. Fred Again.. - Diana (You Don't Even Know) **
                                                                                                                                        17. House Of Jazz - Hold Your Head Up
                                                                                                                                        18. 250 Lbs. Of Blue - Rejoice! (People C'mon) (Spen's New Vocal Mix)
                                                                                                                                        19. FIT Siegel Feat. L'Renee - Tonite (Detroit Mix)
                                                                                                                                        20. DJ Koze Feat. Ada - Homesick (feat. Ada)
                                                                                                                                        21. Benny Sings - Summerlude


                                                                                                                                        LP (unmixed + Mix DL)
                                                                                                                                        ** = Exclusive

                                                                                                                                        A1. Jayda G - All I Need **
                                                                                                                                        A2. Fred Again.. - Diana (You Don’t Even Know) **
                                                                                                                                        B1. LNS - Bitumen **
                                                                                                                                        B2. Jennifer Loveless - In 10,000 Places **
                                                                                                                                        B3. HAAi - Good Ol'Fashioned Rugs
                                                                                                                                        C1. DJ BORING - Gardenia **
                                                                                                                                        C2. House Of Jazz - Hold Your Head Up
                                                                                                                                        D1. Glass Beams - Taurus
                                                                                                                                        D2. Royale - I Want Your Body
                                                                                                                                        D3. Benny Sings – Summerlude

                                                                                                                                        Various Artists

                                                                                                                                        Wanted - Blaxploitation - From Diggers To Music Lovers

                                                                                                                                          A new week and a new ‘Wanted’ from the Wagram fam, this time focusing on that groove heavy strain of soul which soundtracked the Blaxploitation flicks of the 70s. An absolute vibe of from start to finish.

                                                                                                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                                          A1. Incredible Bongo Band - Bongolia
                                                                                                                                          A2. Doris Duke - Woman Of The Ghetto
                                                                                                                                          A3. All The People Feat. Robert Moore - Cramp Your Style
                                                                                                                                          A4. Don Julian - Lay It On Your Head
                                                                                                                                          A5. Turner Brothers - Sweetest Thing In The World
                                                                                                                                          A6. Joe Simon Feat. The Mainstreeters - Theme From Cleopatra Jones
                                                                                                                                          B1. Lafayette Afro Rock Band - Darkest Light
                                                                                                                                          B2. Eugene Blacknell - Gettin' Down
                                                                                                                                          B3. The Sylvers - We Can Make It If We Try
                                                                                                                                          B4. The Pharaohs - Love And Happiness
                                                                                                                                          B5. Jerry Butler & Jerry Peters - Speak The Truth To The People - Frankie's Theme
                                                                                                                                          B6. George & Gwen McCrae - Mechanical Body

                                                                                                                                          The third installment of Numero’s ode to lowrider souldies, Rust Side Story compiles highly sought after sweet soul singles from the Buck Eye State. Prepare for a low and slow ride from Youngstown to Dayton, Cleveland to Columbus, Toledo to Cincinnati, all soundtracked with silky falsettos and dreamy harmonies

                                                                                                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                                          A1. La'Fez - This Is The Way I Am
                                                                                                                                          A2. Ice-Cold-Love - Sheer Magic
                                                                                                                                          A3. Young Mods - Gloria
                                                                                                                                          A4. Harvey & The Phenomenals - What Can I Do (To Prove My Love Is Real)
                                                                                                                                          A5. Bobby Wade - Can't You Hear Me Calling
                                                                                                                                          A6. Soul Superbs - Just Ask Me
                                                                                                                                          B1. Now - Lovin You Is Easy
                                                                                                                                          B2. The Nombres - Just Call Me
                                                                                                                                          B3. Iron Knowledge - Oh Love
                                                                                                                                          B4. Foreign Blue Renaisance - Oh, Yes I Do
                                                                                                                                          B5. The Donations - I'm Gonna Treat You Good
                                                                                                                                          B6. Unknown Boddie Recording Artist - I Do Love You

                                                                                                                                          Up next on Open Space is the first installment in a new series of records entitled "Open Space Club Tools" - as the name suggests, you’ll find a variety of tools handmade by our favorite producer-DJ’s. Sticky drum beats and tricky rhythms for the nearly-extinct club deejay.

                                                                                                                                          OSCT01 features Benedek, and John Jones as Calvin representing the LA-MIA connection, Lachlan McGeehan aka‘Liluzu from Australia, and of course our Miami boy Goiz; once as himself on the A-side, and again on the B-side under his newest percussion-focused alias Glue Boy. A mixed bag of hammers, nails, screwdrivers and more… All greased up and ready for whatever the club world may bring your way. 

                                                                                                                                          STAFF COMMENTS

                                                                                                                                          Matt says: Wacky, odd-ball, barnstorming house music that works as hard as a mountain goat. Proper tackle for low-lit, low-ceiling basement parties.

                                                                                                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                                          A1. Goiz - Word Problems
                                                                                                                                          A2. Benedek - Donkey Konga
                                                                                                                                          B1. Liluzu - Better Posture
                                                                                                                                          B2. Calvin - 86’em
                                                                                                                                          B3. Glue Boy - Snakes With Human Traits

                                                                                                                                          Sasha introduces LUZoSCURA, a new compilation that has evolved from the thriving eponymous playlist. Featuring a diverse package of original works from a host of fresh talent, as well as established artists and Sasha himself, it traverses electronica, ambient, breaks and techno.

                                                                                                                                          Meaning light and dark, LUZoSCURA began on Spotify as a stash of tracks sent to Sasha which didn’t meet the pace of his club sets nor suit his venerated label LNOE, LUZoSCURA came into its own through 2020 as Sasha gravitated toward more mellowed sounds while being off the road, and clubbers diverted their ears to home listening. Gaining a renewed source of energy in connecting with more gifted, budding producers and seeing the project blossom, the idea for the compilation came off the back of doing a live stream solely featuring tracks from the playlist. Meticulously compiled to flow like a DJ mix for home listening, Sasha kicks it off with the buoyant, breaks-influenced ‘Corner Shop’, the first of his three tracks on the compilation. MJ Cole is among the established artists to feature with blissed out track ‘Maestro’, while The Micronaut, a multi-instrumentalist whose back catalogue was a favourite of Sasha’s through lockdown, offers an immersive trip in ‘Koelsa’. Lau.ra, lead singer from British experimental rock band Ultraísta, evokes a sense of spiritedness in ‘I’ll Wait’ before we hear again from Sasha with another breaks-loaded trip in ‘HNDI’ and a collaboration with British producer Franky Wah. Closing the odyssey with a stirring, expansive soundscape is synth duo Felsmann + Tiley.


                                                                                                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                                          CD
                                                                                                                                          1. Sasha - Corner Shop
                                                                                                                                          2. DJ P - Power
                                                                                                                                          3. BAILE - Gone
                                                                                                                                          4. Trypheme - Music For An Imaginary Fashion Publicity
                                                                                                                                          5. Just Her & Nolan. Keisha Mair - Breathe You
                                                                                                                                          6. Sasha & Franky Wah - I’ll Never Change
                                                                                                                                          7. Dark Sky - Reserve Parachute
                                                                                                                                          8. MJ Cole - Maestro
                                                                                                                                          9. Lau.ra - I’ll Wait
                                                                                                                                          10. QRTR - Forest Sprint
                                                                                                                                          11. Enui - Us
                                                                                                                                          12. The Micronaut - Koelsa
                                                                                                                                          13. Jody Barr Feat. Felicia Douglass - Accidental Lovers
                                                                                                                                          14. Because Of Art - Essence
                                                                                                                                          15. Polymod - Cycles
                                                                                                                                          16. Rival Consoles - Not Really
                                                                                                                                          17. Cortese - Circles
                                                                                                                                          18. Nocow - Atent
                                                                                                                                          19. Sasha - HNDI
                                                                                                                                          20. Alex Banks - Resurgence
                                                                                                                                          21. Felsmann + Tiley - Yin/Yang

                                                                                                                                          3LP
                                                                                                                                          A1. Felsmann + Tiley - Yin/Yang
                                                                                                                                          A2. Rival Consoles - Not Really
                                                                                                                                          A3. QRTR - Forest Sprint
                                                                                                                                          A4. BAILE - Gone
                                                                                                                                          B1. Trypheme - Music For An Imaginary Fashion Publicity
                                                                                                                                          B2. Dark Sky - Reserve Parachute
                                                                                                                                          B3. DJ P - Power
                                                                                                                                          B4. The Micronaut - Koelsa
                                                                                                                                          C1. Enui - Us
                                                                                                                                          C2. MJ Cole - Maestro
                                                                                                                                          C3. Lau.ra - I’ll Wait
                                                                                                                                          C4. Just Her & Nolan. Keisha Mair - Breathe You
                                                                                                                                          D1. Jody Barr Feat. Felicia Douglass - Accidental Lovers
                                                                                                                                          D2. Cortese - Circles
                                                                                                                                          D3. Sasha - HNDI
                                                                                                                                          E1. Sasha & Franky Wah - I’ll Never Change
                                                                                                                                          E2. Polymod - Cycles
                                                                                                                                          E3. Nocow - Atent
                                                                                                                                          F1. Because Of Art - Essence
                                                                                                                                          F2. Alex Banks - Resurgence

                                                                                                                                          DEEWEE, the label from Grammy-nominated artists David & Stephen Dewaele AKA Soulwax/2manydjs, release "Foundations", their 50th release and first compilation album coming out on May 7th. 27 tracks including 3 brand new exclusive works* are beautifully presented across triple LP and 2CD physical editions, along with digital format. All are united by a breadth of imagination, a love of hands-on artistry, and of course by the sonic craftsmanship of the Dewaele brothers themselves.

                                                                                                                                          Foundations is more than just a compilation of tracks from the DEEWEE label. It’s a beautiful object in its own right. As with all DEEWEE releases, Parisian art directors, Ill-Studio have created a gorgeous artefact that collectors will love. It’s also a wonderful audio experience, with new music complimenting and elevating the catalogue material, and the sequencing of the 27 tracks done with as much love as any artist album or DJ set. It’s an expression of the values of a musical family with the brothers at its heart and featuring their creative input throughout. Everything on the album has come through the DEEWEE Studios in Ghent, Belgium which was built to bring together their friends from around the world. In many ways, Foundations represents a new phase in the label’s existence, one that is aided by a new joint venture with UK and FR label Because Music.


                                                                                                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                                                          Double CD
                                                                                                                                          CD 1
                                                                                                                                          01. Charlotte Adigéry - Bear With Me (And L'll Stand Bare Before You)
                                                                                                                                          02. Laima - Disco Pregnancy (Tonal+ Rhythmical)
                                                                                                                                          03. Each Other - Burn It Down
                                                                                                                                          04. Bolis Pupul - Moon Theme
                                                                                                                                          05. James Righton - Release Party
                                                                                                                                          06. Die Verboten - Aquarius
                                                                                                                                          07. Soulwax - Heaven Scent Feat. Chloe Sevigny
                                                                                                                                          08. Ems Synthi 100 - Movement 6
                                                                                                                                          09. Soulwax - Conditions Of A Shared Belief
                                                                                                                                          10. Soulwax - Close To Paradise
                                                                                                                                          11. Asa Moto - Kifesh
                                                                                                                                          12. Laila - The Other Me (Deeweedub)
                                                                                                                                          13. Asa Moto - Wanowan Efem
                                                                                                                                          CD 2
                                                                                                                                          01. Charlotte Adigéry - Paténipat
                                                                                                                                          02. Klanken - Drie
                                                                                                                                          03. Phillipi - 9000
                                                                                                                                          04. Movulango - Leave
                                                                                                                                          05. Laima - Home
                                                                                                                                          06. Emmanuelle - Italove
                                                                                                                                          07. Sworn Virgins -Take Your Lady
                                                                                                                                          08. Phillipi & Rodrigo - Paciencia
                                                                                                                                          09. Extra Credit- Drive Me
                                                                                                                                          10. Bous Pupul - Wéi?
                                                                                                                                          11. Soulwax - Essential Eleven
                                                                                                                                          12. Sworn Virgins - Fifty Dollar Bills
                                                                                                                                          13. Phillipi & Rodrigo - Retrogrado
                                                                                                                                          14. Future Sound Of Antwerp - Tom Cruise, Scientologist

                                                                                                                                          Triple Vinyl Edition
                                                                                                                                          A1. Charlotte Adigéry - Bear With Me (And L'll Stand Bare Before You)
                                                                                                                                          A2. Laima - Disco Pregnancy (Tonal+ Rhythmical)
                                                                                                                                          A3. Each Other - Burn It Down
                                                                                                                                          A4. Bolis Pupul - Moon Theme
                                                                                                                                          A5. James Righton - Release Party
                                                                                                                                          B1. Die Verboten - Aquarius
                                                                                                                                          B2. Soulwax - Heaven Scent Feat. Chloe Sevigny
                                                                                                                                          B3. Ems Synthi 100 - Movement 6
                                                                                                                                          B4. Soulwax - Conditions Of A Shared Belief
                                                                                                                                          C1. Soulwax - Close To Paradise
                                                                                                                                          C2. Asa Moto - Kifesh
                                                                                                                                          C3. Laila - The Other Me (Deeweedub)
                                                                                                                                          C4. Asa Moto - Wanowan Efem
                                                                                                                                          D1. Charlotte Adigéry - Paténipat
                                                                                                                                          D2. Klanken - Drie
                                                                                                                                          D3. Phillipi - 9000
                                                                                                                                          D4. Movulango - Leave
                                                                                                                                          D5. Laima - Home
                                                                                                                                          E1. Emmanuelle - Italove
                                                                                                                                          E2. Sworn Virgins -Take Your Lady
                                                                                                                                          E3. Phillipi & Rodrigo - Paciencia
                                                                                                                                          E4. Extra Credit- Drive Me
                                                                                                                                          F1. Bous Pupul - Wéi?
                                                                                                                                          F2. Soulwax - Essential Eleven
                                                                                                                                          F3. Sworn Virgins - Fifty Dollar Bills
                                                                                                                                          F4. Phillipi & Rodrigo - Retrogrado
                                                                                                                                          F5. Future Sound Of Antwerp - Tom Cruise, Scientologist


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