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Odopt is back on Especial and this time is in collaborative mode with Sebastian Hoyos aka Sano, who is a regular on the likes of Matias Aguayo's Comeme and Munich's Public Possession. The pair cook up a fine globally-minded club trip that comes with another label return, this time from remixer Jamie Paton. The original 'Picha' first started as a sketch in 2016 then became a demo in 2019 and now finally arrives on wax. It's a raw percussive workout with razor-sharp snares and plenty of cowbells. Next to an instrumental comes the Paton remix and it is a trademark deep and dubwise piece of work with widescreen dynamics.


Picha" (instrumental)
Picha (Jamie Paton Remix)
Picha (Jamie Paton Dub)

Jamie Collinson

The Rejects : An Alternative History Of Popular Music

    Imagine you've made it. You and your friends have hit the big time in music and you're going to be a star. But then, quite suddenly, it's over.

    Your best friends don't want you anymore, and you're on the outside. Perhaps they're tired of your bad habits, they think you're not good enough, or they sense you just don't want it as much as they do. Whatever the cause, you're a reject.

    So, what do you do next?Featuring a player rejected by both Nirvana and Soundgarden who became a decorated special forces soldier, Britpoppers who spiralled into addiction before becoming novelists and missionaries, the terrifying story of Guns N' Roses' first drummer, super-rejecting band leaders, self-destroying rappers, troubled hard rock bassists and girl-band burnouts, The Rejects takes an intimate, thoughtful look at people who've been kicked out of bands, what they experienced and what came afterwards. Coming from a writer with twenty years' music industry experience, The Rejects is a sympathetic study of some of music's most fascinating characters, and what happens when the dream comes crashing to an end. The result is a compelling alternative history of popular music.

    Jamie 3:26

    Dancefloor Damage Vol 1

    Jamie 3:26 presents Dancefloor Damage Vol.1! Personal exclusives from his collection, these have damaged dancefloors around the world for years and are now available on vinyl for the first time ever. From the Southside of Chicago to the world. Two killer disco classics re-worked by a legend. Buy or cry.


    A1. Maqnifique
    B1. Vince Who

    Jamie Webster

    10 For The People

      He’ll always be a man of his people, but Jamie Webster’s message has cut through hearts all over the land since the folk troubadour’s debut album ‘We Get By’ in 2020. The songwriting may have evolved from those defiant early days on the acoustic guitar, but the hard-hitting storytelling that made his name remains as he continues to give a voice to the masses through towering anthems to hold close through uncertain times.

      Though born from frustration and adversity, Webster's music has always managed to encapsulate a sense of unity and togetherness through tough times. Take the breakthrough single ‘Weekend In Paradise’ which distills a living for the weekend ideology of the working classes. An anthem just about everyone working nine to five can relate to, the flagship single speaks volumes of the journey so far as it surpasses 20 million streams on Spotify alone. His second album ‘Moments’ charted in the Official UK Album Chart #3, Indie Chart #2, Official Vinyl Chart #2, Scottish Album Chart #2.

      Blazing through not only his biggest Glastonbury appearance in June, but two nights in front of a combined 26,000 people at Liverpool’s Pier Head a week later and enjoying a televised repeat performance on Glasgow’s TRNSMT’s Main Stage, those turning to look in Webster’s direction are discovering an artist inexorably on the rise. His UK Winter Tour now peaked by two sold out dates at Manchester’s O2 Victoria Warehouse, added dates in Glasgow, an upgrade in Sheffield and a showpiece night ahead at London’s iconic Roundhouse, yet no homecoming date, tickets for Sefton Park’s celebration are set to be summer 2024’s hottest as Webster returns to Merseyside.

      With Voice Of The Voiceless, Webster’s pledge to fans has been to sing songs that will always make sense to their real lives whilst upping the sonic ante. Like 2021’s No.3-charting success story album, Moments, Webster assembled 10 For The People in the company of producer, Dave Eringa (Manic Street Preachers, Kylie Minogue), in a range of studio settings over the last 18 months, including the infamous Rockfield Studios in south Wales and, for the first time, the musician’s own studio in the former industrial heartlands of his home city.

      Jamie: “I came up with the concept of ’10 For The People’ when I was listening back to a lot of the new albums released in the past year; some these albums charted at number 1 and had songs played all over the place and were on every television and radio show known to man. While these records undoubtedly had some great songs within them, and 1 or 2 big singles; when listening to the albums as a body of work I thought to myself, why are there so many fillers? Nothing tracks that must get skipped past after the first listens and slowly fade into the back pages of our minds. That then got me thinking, who are these albums written for? Who do they represent? What message are they carrying? Besides 1 or 2 that were genuinely brilliant I struggled to find answers in my head.

      10 For The People is 10 tracks long and every song has 10 put into it, and every song tells a story or holds a message for the people that I represent. Those people are your every day working class mums and dads, sons and daughters, the people on the ground who keep the world running without even knowing it, the people who are systematically put down time and time again by governments with no option but to take it on the chin and make the best of the situation for their families and for their own sanity. The people who have supported me from the ground up and got me to the position I'm currently at.

      This whole body of work is for the people who supported me when nobody else would, so I’m using my platform to speak for these people because not enough of us currently are. This album is conceptually about everyday life. And musically speaking it couldn't be any bigger, I've mixed influences of McCartney, Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, CSN all the way down to current greats like Sam Fender. I hope you like it but even if you don't... the people will.”


      1. Better Day (featuring Brooke Combe)
      2. Voice Of The Voiceless (Album Mix)
      3. Lovers In The Supermarket
      4. Dolly Bird
      5. Fickle Fran (featuring Bill Bragg)
      6. Looking Good
      7. Sing Your Tears
      8. The Boy (Chapter 1)
      9. The Girl (Chapter 2)
      10. Something To Eat
      11. How Do You Sleep At Night?

      The Ethics

      Now Is The Time

        Formed in 1967 in Philadelphia and sampled and loved by the likes of Four Tet Big K.R.I.T. Madlib Whiz Khalifa and Logic and revered by crate diggers the world over.

        This collection of tracks have never been on vinyl before and contains 5 vinyl exclusives.


        A1 Look At Me Now
        A2 I Want My Baby Back
        A3 Lost In A Lonely World*
        A4 Standing In The Darkness
        A5 Think About Tomorrow
        A6 Lonely Hearts*
        A7 That's The Way Love Goes
        A8 Tell Me

        B1 Keep Away From Baby*
        B2 Now Is The Time*
        B3 There'll Be A Sweet Tomorrow
        B4 Sad Sad Story
        B5 Farewell
        B6 Searching
        B7 Not Enough Love*

        * Never Before On Vinyl

        Dennis Olivieri

        Welcome To The Party (RSD23 EDITION)


          First re-issue since it original pressing in 1969, and this time on a very limited edition Sky Blue vinyl The highly sought after record Come To The Party is very much a homage to the end of the 60ís and was produced at the Hollywood Sound Recorders by the songwriter Tandyn Almer ("Along Comes Mary"). Musicians included Dennis on piano, Jack Elliott on guitar, Ronnie Brown bass, Eddie Greene percussion. Tommy Scott sax, and Tandyn Almer on Rocksichord. Sampled by Dj Shadow on Six Day War on the Private Press album bringing new interest to Dennis's musical career.


          1. Opportunity
          2. Sad Song #1
          3. Mama's Funeral Song
          4. Walk Rite Out
          5. Fuzzy Soft Thing
          6. I Cry In The Morning
          7. Come To The Party
          8. You Gotta
          9. Lady Fair
          10. More Friends
          11. Yesterday Was Nuthin' Like Today

          Jamie T

          The Theory Of Whatever

            Jamie T returns with his new album ‘The Theory of Whatever.’ The album includes the lead single ‘The Old Style Raiders’ and follows the 15 years anniversary celebrations of ‘Panic Prevention,’ Jamie T’s seminal debut album which went platinum in the UK this year.

            Jamie T has been away, and done a lot, but now he’s back. And he has a lot to say.

            TRACK LISTING

            1. 90s Cars
            2. The Old Style Raiders
            3. British Hell
            4. The Terror Of Lambeth Love
            5. Keying Lamborghinis
            6. St. George Wharf Tower
            7. A Million & One New Ways To Die
            8. Thank You
            9. Between The Rocks
            10. Sabre Tooth
            11. Talk Is Cheap
            12. Old Republican
            13. 50,000 Unmarked Bullets

            14. Bonnie & Clyde (Exclusive To Deluxe CD Format)
            15. Kill Kill Kill (Exclusive To Deluxe CD Format)
            16. Run Of The Mill (Exclusive To Deluxe CD Format)

            Various Artists

            Jamie 3:26 Presents A Taste Of Chicago

              Following the 2018 release of a 12" preview sampler, BBE Music is excited to present the album 'A Taste of Chicago', a compilation of classic house edits by Jamie 3:26. Hailing from Beverly on the South Side of Chicago, Jamie 3:26 is an artist driven by a deep desire to get people moving in the dance. A Chi-Town vibe is always the focus for the master selector and producer who's capable of lighting up dance-floors around the world and that ethos shines through on this compilation, featuring a collection of tracks giving listeners a true insight into the sound, culture and style of the Windy City. The compilation sees classic tracks by the likes of Chip E, Quest and more get a serious Jamie 3:26 twist, with edits that not only capture the best of celebrated eras gone by, but point to the future too. Get ready for a unique and timeless journey into Chicago's famous house music scene, courtesy of one of the city's key players.

              “This compilation represents the true unspoken sound of my city. While the House scene was blossoming into what would be a globally recognized phenomenon, we had this whole hidden movement going on. These personal edits that I played back then represent magical moments in time that are still being created in many of my sets today. A huge thank you to my music brothers Marshall Jefferson, Braxton Holmes, Tone B. Nimble, Chip E, Pap Spencer, Doc Brucio, Carl Bias for trusting my ears with your creations.” - Jamie 3:26

              TRACK LISTING

              1. Venus & Mars (Jamie 3:26 Edit)
              2. The Lesson (Doc Brucio's Original Mix – Jamie 3:26 Edit)
              3. The Jungle (Jamie's Jungle Sounds Edit)
              4. Mind Games (Underground Mix – Jamie 3:26 Edit)
              5. Stomps & Shouts (Jamie 3:26 Basement Edit)
              6. It's House (Jamie's Basement Edit)
              7. Comin' On Strong (Jamie 3:26 Edit)

              Jamie Isaac

              (04:30) Idler

                Can you sleep? (04:30) Idler chronicles a personal struggle with insomnia that inspired the album’s title, it combines bossa nova, 70s analog synths and the polymorphous vibrations of London’s new burgeoning jazz scene.

                Jamie Isaac is a young producer and songwriter, born in Croydon to Burmese and British parents. He signed to Marathon Artists in 2014 and has been harnessing his sound ever since, operating in the space between jazz, soul, R&B, electronics and hip hop. Across a handful of singles and EPs, as well as a mixtape, his debut album and its follow-up, he has evolved into a formidable artist with a transatlantic following.

                STAFF COMMENTS

                Millie says: This might just be the perfect hybrid of synths, hip hop-jazz and electronic sound wrapped up in one record like a present. I can't get enough of the soft dreamy vocals, you need to listen to this it's a beaut!

                TRACK LISTING

                Doing Better
                (04:30) Idler
                Interlude (Yellow Jacket)
                Eyes Closed
                Counts For Something

                Trick arrives after a gap of less than two years shot through with the kind of vigour and vibrancy that can only come from a man who’s rediscovered his love of writing, recording and performing. Spearheaded by lead single ‘Tinfoil Boy’, the track was Annie Mac’s Hottest Record and has since been added to Radio 1, 6 Music and Radio X. Recorded in London and Detroit, Michigan, Trick features co-production and all instruments played by Jamie and long-time creative partner James Dring and is the kind of brave and eclectic rock/punk/reggae/rap/pop celebration that only Jamie T could make.

                Inspired by claustrophobic London Summers, the album is a proud, punchy summing-up of all Jamie’s unique signatures – Clash-like anthems, youthful reminiscence, high-speed raps, earworm choruses and snarky humour. It follows the triumphant success of 2014’s comeback album Carry On The Grudge.

                A-Trak Feat Jamie Lidell

                We All Fall Down

                  Fool's Gold head honcho / DJ producer A-Trak hooks up with Warp Records Mr Soul Jamie Lidell for this slice up pop-house uplift. "We All Fall Down" features Lidell's soulful vocals over an upbeat funky house backing with chunky piano chords and hyper 808 percussion. It's the kind of track that I'd actually bother checking out at the gym, and can already imagine the video of festival crowds all jumping in unison during the chorus (in slo-mo, obv.). On the flip is 'Jamie's Version', which has more of an organic feel to it. Hit!

                  Girl Band

                  Holding Hands With Jamie

                  If you’ve seen Girl Band live, you understand. If you’ve heard ‘The Early Years’ EP or one of their early, handmade releases - or perhaps if you’ve seen the not-for-the-squeamish video for their eight-minute cover of Blawan’s “Why They Hide Their Bodies Under My Garage,” you’ve got a sense.

                  ‘Holding Hands with Jamie,’ Girl Band’s debut album, comes a few years into their tenure; a few years after their first tour; nine days crammed into a Fiat Panda; a few years of stamping 7” sleeves to sell at merch tables and mail-order; a few years of writing songs and touring and developing a live ferocity unmatched by nearly anyone. Recorded in April 2015, two days after returning home from their first-ever US tour, the nine tracks making up 'Holding Hands with Jamie’ capture, more than any previous recordings, the tension and abrasive energy of a Girl Band performance.

                  Going into the studio (Bow Lane, Dublin) to record an album - rather than a track or two here and there - “required a different mindset,” guitarist Alan Duggan explained. "It was way more challenging to stay focused – tricky to find a balance between keeping a distance from the songs for perspective but also to fully concentrate on them.” While they had the luxury of studio time (“we spent three or four days just setting up drums, amps, and mics”), the band laid down seven of the tracks in less than two days, ensuring that the record pulses with vitality and forward momentum.

                  Recalling any number of things but for only milliseconds at a time, Girl Band make a mockery of comparisons, because you can only get as far as “oh this bit sounds like—” before a guitar scuff-screams, the bass crunches like a car in a bailing press, or something else visceral and glorious comes from the speakers, and the thought’s erased. This young Dublin foursome are creating vital, propulsive, and almost terrifyingly energetic noise-rock that pulls as much influence from classic techno as from their more obvious post-punk, noise and industrial predecessors.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  1. Umbongo
                  2. Pears For Lunch
                  3. Baloo
                  4. In Plastic
                  5. Paul
                  6. The Last Riddler
                  7. Texting An Alien
                  8. Fucking Butter
                  9. The Witch Doctor

                  Jamie XX

                  In Colour

                    Jamie xx releases his debut album 'In Colour' on Young Turks. The 11 track LP includes previous releases ‘Girl’ and ‘Sleep Sound’ as well as forthcoming single ‘Loud Places’, which features vocals from Romy Madley Croft.

                    The release of 'In Colour' comes on the back of an incredible six year creative period for Jamie xx, which has seen him alternate effortlessly between his role as founding member and producer of the xx, and creator of more electronic and club orientated music as Jamie xx. A string of acclaimed productions in recent years including debut solo single ‘Far Nearer’, remixes for the likes of Adele, Radiohead and Florence & The Machine, production work for Drake and Alicia Keys plus 'We’re New Here' - Jamie’s reworking of Gil Scott-Heron’s final studio album - hinted at what was to come. With 'In Colour' - a bold, celebratory, emotional record that features collaborations with The xx band mates Romy Madley Croft (‘Seesaw’ and ‘Loud Places’) and Oliver Sim (‘Stranger In A Room’), Young Thug and Popcaan (‘Good Times’) and Four Tet (‘Seesaw’) - Jamie delivers his definitive artistic statement.

                    TRACK LISTING

                    1. Gosh
                    2. Sleep Sound
                    3. SeeSaw (Featuring Romy)
                    4. Obvs
                    5. Just Saying
                    6. Stranger In A Room (featuring Oliver Sim)
                    7. Hold Tight
                    8. Loud Places (featuring Romy)
                    9. I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times) (featuring Young Thug & Popcaan)
                    10. The Rest Is Noise
                    11. Girl 

                    Duane Eddy

                    Moovin N’ Groovin / Up & Down


                      This is Duane Eddy’s now-rare debut single, the one before “Rebel Rouser” turned him into the first guitar god and pioneering international rock ‘n roll sensation. Original, archival, early ‘60s vinyl pressing with a new picture sleeve created for Record Store Day with rarely seen color photos from among his first photo shoots, featuring Duane with his original Rebels. Originally released in February, 1958 and out of print for almost five decades, this was also the first release on Jamie Records.

                      Duane Eddy

                      Rebel Rouser / Stalkin'


                        Duane Eddy’s breakthrough single on Jamie Records, “Rebel Rouser” established him as an international star in the first generation of rock ‘n roll greats. “Rebel Rouser” put Duane on the international touring circuit, playing to sold-out audiences from Australia to England, where he beat out Elvis as the top rock ‘n roll star of 1958. Archival 60s vinyl pressings are combined with a new picture sleeve created for Music Store Day with photos taken from among his first photo shoots, featuring Duane with his original Rebels.

                        Jamie Lidell

                        Big Love Remix EP - Inc. Machinedrum / Jimmy Edgar / Crackboy Remixes

                          Following his eponymous album release earlier this year Jamie Lidell  drops remixes of album favourite ‘Big Love’ PINK 12” vinyl .

                          Riding high on the release of his new album 'Vapor City', Machinedrum (also of Sepalcure, Jets, OM Unit and Dream Continuum) delivers a tough steppers version that combines early dubstep rhythms, acid synths and snapping 808 percussion. Next we have Lidell band member Lorenz Rhode combines 80s electro-funk synth riffs with a tougher 2013 sound. On the flip multi-talented Detroit-based electronic producer, designer and photographer, Jimmy Edgar hits us with a wicked 80s proto-techno / electrodisco version. Crackboy goes his own way with a slammin' house refix of other album track ‘You Naked’, which pitches Jamie's vocal down for a sleazy robot soul style.

                          TRACK LISTING

                          A1. Big Love (Machinedrum Remix)
                          A2. Big Love (Lorenz Rhode Remix)
                          B1. Big Love (Jimmy Edgar Shout Edit)
                          B2. You Naked (Crackboy Remix)

                          Jamie N Commons

                          Rumble And Sway EP - SIGNED COPIES

                            ULTRA LIMITED SIGNED COPIES.

                            Born in Bristol, Jamie N Commons moved to Chicago with his family when he was six and it was there that he developed a deep love for American music. The first gig his father took him to was the Allman Brothers: "I have strong memories of strange-smelling smoke and the guy next to us howling like a wolf," recalls Jamie.

                            Working at Westlake Studios, where Michael Jackson recorded Thriller, inspired a new sonic approach, combining gritty beats, arresting vocals and rousing melodies which, together with experimental arrangements, make these 4 songs unique and inspiring. Alex Da Kid, Eg White (Adele, Florence and the Machine) and Ed Harcourt are on production duties, giving a taste of things to come.

                            Jamie Lidell

                            Jamie Lidell

                              Sonic innovator, human orchestra and musical chameleon Jamie Lidell releases his highly-anticipated new album on Warp Records. It's his most direct and spectacular record yet. The self-titled record represents a distillation of Jamie Lidell's sonic foundations, with the collaborations of 2010's 'Compass' replaced with an approach that is pure and wholly Lidell - eleven tracks further proving his ability to upend expectations of the ways man and machine can make music together. The self-produced album was committed to tape and mixed at Lidell’s newly built studio in his new home in Nashville, the latest stop on a restless journey that has seen him move from his birthplace in the heart of England, through the musical hotbeds of Berlin and New York. The album draws from the rich vein of electro-funk, including Cameo, George Clinton, New Jack Swing and Prince, and is arguably Lidell’s most dynamic work yet.

                              Infrasonics hits heavy with the next 12” in their highly collectable split EP series. As FACTmagazine put it, “Totally pumped, furious work outs from Kingthing and Jamie Grind herald their first release of 2012, showcasing a high-octane mixture of snarling club sounds as aggressively funky as any Swamp 81 or Fade To Mind material”. New signing Kingthing comes correct with two hybrid numbers that build on the garage swagger of his previous outings with a new found focus and intensity and a broadened sonic palette that wraps analogue-style synths within tight digital edits. The intro to ‘Waking Up’ is rhythmic in fits and starts, as vocal hooks and triplet percussive stabs reciprocate before gradually settling, building a continuity of meter with rising pads leading to a crescendo that drops into a killer, technoid resolution of jacking monosynth leads and arpeggios over a slamming kick. ‘Cold Diss’ bangs hard from the off. Distilled juke and booty influences seep through the interplay of the vocal phonemes and pitched sub, but the vibe here is original. The accompanying synth, that briefly introduces the track before later resurfacing to guide, has a cold clinical precision and resonance to it that could be forged by SND or Alva Noto. The context is very different though and the resulting symbiosis is a satisfying romp for the peak hour dance Jamie Grind turned the head of many a player with his first drop for Infrasonics on the ‘Infra12003 EP’ he shared with Gon. Equally, his second pulls no punches. Sonically situated somewhere between Leeds and L.A. he turns in two tracks that weave summer vibes around a propulsive bassline rhythms. ‘For You’ builds around cut up vocal hooks and woozy stabs before resolving into an infectious, driving 4/4 groove. It breaks briefly, breezy chords switching the atmosphere, before settling back into the bassline groove. ‘We Still Play 140’ is a different proposition, constructed around an off kilter piano / stab combo and skittering percussion. It’s unfamiliar territory but Jamie’s ability to settle the listener as the bass and strings give fullness and urgency to the mix and play with the tension and release is a testament to his finely tuned pop sensibilities - man knows how to arrange for devastating impact.

                              STAFF COMMENTS

                              Philippa says: Juke style business from the Infrasonics imprint.

                              TRACK LISTING

                              A1. KingThing - Waking Up
                              A2. KingThing - Cold Diss
                              AA1. Jamie Grind - For You
                              AA2. Jamie Grind - We Still Play 140

                              Jamie Lidell


                                A breathtaking, multi-faceted alternative record from one of the UK’s best kept secrets, featuring an all-star cast of collaborators and conspirators. Vocal acrobat Jamie Lidell returns with "Compass", a fourteen track voyage through sound featuring the haunting teaser track "Compass" and the gutter-fuzz of first single "The Ring" - checking off spectral, ethereal atmospherics ("You See My Light"), furious howling-funk ("Coma Chameleon") and beat-box-infused soul ("Completely Exposed") on the way. He’s teamed up with an all-star cast – at the helm are Beck and Grizzly Bear’s Chris Taylor on production duties. They also play on the record, alongside Dan Rossen and Chris Bear (Grizzly Bear), Feist, Wilco’s Brian Lebarton, Nikka Costa, Gonzales and legendary drummer James Gadson (who has recorded with BB King, Herbie Hancock and Martha Reeves, amongst others).

                                Jamie Lidell


                                  Jamie Lidell's second album, "Multiply" caught people off-guard in 2005. Few expected the restless sonic scientist to make an uplifting soul record, but he did; and audiences and critics were captivated by the fusion of his influences with deeply felt song writing, meticulous production skills, and most of all, that amazing voice. And now here he comes again. Recorded in Berlin, Los Angeles and Paris, "Jim" takes even further what was started with "Multiply", finding the balance between the spontaneous creativity of his raw ideas and the careful craft and polish of a great record. The musical world of "Jim" is richer and more refined; but it always comes back to the voice. "Jim" will switch you on in the morning, move you on the dancefloor and take you down in the small hours. It's a bold, promiscuously diverse album, mixing up gospel grooves, sweetly sung and fiercely passionate soul, delicately moving ballads, thumping early R&B, synthed-up disco, and even a touch of 'hillbilly funk'.

                                  Jamie T

                                  Panic Prevention

                                    The debut album from Wimbledon's finest rascal. Jamie T is a tall, skinny suburban lad obsessed with The Clash, The Specials, Tom Waits and Rancid as much as he's influenced by the UK garage and drum and bass raves he grew up attending. Armed with an acoustic bass guitar, the 19 year old Jamie trawled the back rooms of pubs in Soho, Hounslow and Twickenham playing his unique tales of young suburbia (think The Streets meets The Arctic Monkeys) and the result is this: a clever, dead playful, madly articulate, indie-punky-poppy album. He's got the guts to be doing his own thing. He's a proper character and this is a great debut album, teeming with life.

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