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DISCOLLECTION II (140 G VINYL)
12", 140 g vinyl UK
number 2 of discollection
Night Shift Spain
WAX WEAPONS 3
phat 90s house , deep / chicago infected
for the fourth reissue release ltd, w/lbl got together 2 artists heavily diving through the world of house and jazz.
SENSATION (RROSE REMIX) / CLEAR (ABDULLA RASHIM REMIX)
sensation/clear was phantasys momentous fiftieth release, and the first studio transmission from daniel avery since his acclaimed lp, drone logic. now, both tracks are remixed in distinctive fashion by two fellow outliers on the fringes of psychedelic, experimental techno. acclaimed producer and eaux records mastermind rrose commits a typically ambitious and sonically experimental redux to sensation. while retaining much of the originals hypnotic, almost celestial groove, its atmospherics are transformed into something altogether more alien and overwhelming, culminating in an epic yet utterly earned conclusion of visceral noise. abdulla rashim meanwhile guides the sound of clear into deeper territory still, engineering an initially unassuming remix that ultimately reveals layer upon layer of painstaking detail. polyrhythmic bass lines interlock expertly from the beginning, gradually unfolding while never relenting.
JAZZ IN DETROIT / STRATA CONCERT GALLERY / 46 SELDEN (5X12 LP)
the radical discovery by amir abdullah of 5 two-track master tapes in the care of hermine brooks - widow of innovative detroit drummer roy brooks - of the charles mingus quintet recorded live in detroit at strata concert gallery is cause for some serious celebration. these electrifying recordings took place during mingus’ week-long residency in february 1973. they were broadcast live by drummer/producer and broadcaster robert “bud” spangler for wdet fm – a public radio station dedicated to jazz – from kenny and barbara cox’s multi-purpose home for strata records at 46 selden. entrance to the gig was $5 dollars in advance and $6 on the door.
next output from the ltd, w/lbl label owner on their sub label
FUNK THAT EP
from the age of fifteen, mark laird has been playing clubs and shows around ireland in venues like sandinos, the factory and a residency in voodoo venue. dropping his debut release on jelly red, laird continues to fly the flag for his country as a stellar producer and now joins fabrizio ulivieri’s hopera records, following up records by luksek & jun kamoda, classonix, last nubian, never dull, and hyas.
DISTROPHISM EP (SVRECA REMIX)
the italian dj and producer viels is the perfect example of a promising artist who has earned his stripes in the scene. his first contribution to dynamic reflection was a single track on a va two years ago, then a solo ep on the nursery last year and now it s time for his first well-earned vinyl called distrophism. although his sound has matured over the years, he has never compromised as far as his straight forward sound goes. circular, the a1, is the best possible example of that. the continuous drive keeps it going for well over seven minutes, without ever becoming superficial or dull. the b-side extends to other sides of his musical spectrum by making use of more drone-like, hypnotic elements. beside these three convincing originals, spanish heavyweight svreca jumps in for a remix of circular, completing the variance of styles. needless to say, this new release, proves that viels as an artist and this ep in particular, are forces to be reckoned with.
DONT STOP (7 INCH)
while lifting his head up from the process of writing, finding producers and recording for his magnum opus, baatin “the slum lord”, a former member of slum village, left this plane of existence. most would agree that he was true to his nature and never a dull moment. well, keeping with tradition, a decade or so after his ascension, the hidden gem is finally revealed. “don’t stop” is the first 7 inch single release available via loveturl/ fatbeats from the full length recording “uno zero”. the single features production from detroit’s own darnell murphy and a remix from the dirt sonic scientist dakim that will have you feeling caught in the vacuum of a black hole...on loop. known for his way with language and words, “don’t stop” are 2 hard quotable slum lord verses that hit a little too close to home at times...”still optimistic in a phantom/pullin over to let u throw up before you panic” or “we back from the future/you use to the style the we missed”. big respect to the titus glover estate and hugh whitaker for the teamwork on this one. loveturl is ultra proud to present: “don’t stop” from baatin the slum lord.
HOUSE CRIME VOL.7 (2X12 INCH)
dj octopus has been busy in the last few years, appearing often alongside steve murphy on labels like love notes, chiwax, hot haus and shall not fade. on this new double pack for house crime he goes it alone, bringing the kind of raw, off-kilter but ultimately fun vibe that the label seems to plump for. born in 86 is an absolute head driller of a track, looped up but utterly addictive, while diastemia offers a very different kind of disco-infused groove. this personality split runs throughout, ensuring there s never a dull moment diving into any of these sides of wax. check the toy is mine if you need proof that octopus knows how to throw it down.
opilec music is back with this special va signed by the cosmic acclaimed italian disco stars daniele baldelli & marco dionigi. both are regular remixers at the label and close friends to gianluca i-robots pandullo. having never been released before on vinyl these tracks show their unique style, and their ability to be reworked into a modern sound. 1980 s gogogo by the swiss electronic pioneers schaltkreis wassermann is taken from the classic psychotron album produced by pj & stella (r.i.p) wassermann, which has recently been re-released by private records germany.
POLAR INERTIA REMIXED
dement3d records presents: polar inertia remixed dm3d005 the story may be quite standard, nevertheless, we feel this record is really special. last year, in paris, among all the promoters that made this kind of techno riot happen, there was the only way out.
THE K SYSTEM (7 INCH)
again a surprising but quality release on the never dull fine art recordings. new promising artist the k system delivers some experimental dubstep not dubstep electronics reminding of early rephlex stuff from the early nineties. very interesting stuff. final release of fine art recordings!
12" lp UK
the 3rd album by clap your hands say yeah - its officially time to get hysterical!
I NEED A FREAK (LP)
12" lp UK
the seminal, and sadly, only album by sexual harrassment is a stunning collision of disco, new wave, electro, hip hop and funk, a true original!!! this record has undoubtedly been a major influence on the lcd soundsystem and indeed many of the other acts affiliated with dfa and beyond. originally released in 1983, it sounds as though it could have been released yesterday. from the sleazy electro-wave monotony of “i need a freak” to the playful and rather camp disco / gym workout “exercise your ass off” there is never a dull moment, a classic album.
AFTERHOURS / MELANCHOLY LOUNGE (10INCH)
beautiful minimal techno music is what these guys want to bring you and once again: succes! very very very nice tracks beautiful melodies and arrangements and never dull on the dancefloor! cooool stuff!
here is one for people who are feeling the gallery releases as of late. this release is very musical (guitar and synths) yet dreamy with never a dull moment.
JAZZ IN DETROIT / STRATA CONCERT GALLERY / 46 SELDEN (5XCD)
the radical discovery by amir abdullah of 5 two-track master tapes in the care of hermine brooks – widow of innovative detroit drummer roy brooks – of the charles mingus quintet recorded live in detroit at strata concert gallery is cause for some serious celebration. these electrifying recordings took place during mingus’ week-long residency in february 1973. they were broadcast live by drummer/producer and broadcaster robert “bud” spangler for wdet fm – a public radio station dedicated to jazz – from kenny and barbara cox’s multi-purpose home for strata records at 46 selden. entrance to the gig was $5 dollars in advance and $6 on the door.
2011 release. their first new album in more than three years, hysterical marks a major milestone in the continuing evolution of clap your hands say yeah. born out of an intensely collaborative process in which songs were constructed, dismantled, and then rebuilt anew, the album finds the band their most confident and creative, expertly expanding upon its already distinctive sound. from the chrome-plated licks of maniac and the title track to the sheets of eddying synths and emotive motorik pulsebeats of into your alien arms and ketamine and ecstasy, the band delivers up sonically provocative pop music that is simultaneously jubilant, mesmeric, and altogether infectious. hysterical reveals clap your hands say yeah to be a wholly developed band in full command of their unique artistic gifts. this long play version pressed on 180 gram vinyl also includes a download card.
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