UNDERSTAND WHAT BLACK IS (MALA, DEGO & KAIDI REMIXES)
12" Vinyl UK19.07.18
hot on the heels of the first new album from the last poets in over 20 years, the title track understand what black is gets the remix treatment from digital mystikz, dmz and deep medi legend mala and uk dance music innovators and legends dego and kaidi tatham.
the seminal 1970 debut from the radical free jazz / poetry collective, credited with paving the way for hip hop. this vinyl edition is pressed on heavyweight 180 gram vinyl and is packaged in a gatefold sleeve.
legends in their in their own right, talib kweli and styles p brought their veteran skillsets to the aptly titled collaborative effort, the seven. finally seeing a physical release, the seven song ep with a star studded feature/producer list including common, marco polo, oh no and rapsody is available on limited edition splatter vinyl.
CHANGE THE BEAT: THE CELLULOID RECORDS STORY 1979-1987 (2X12 LP + CD)
2x12" Vinyl lp + cd D04.03.13
strut kicks off its 2013 release schedule with the first definitive overview of one of the most revered, open-minded and influential labels of the 1980s, celluloid records!
double 12 inch vinyl in gatefold sleeve, cd-copy of the full album included.
listen, whitey! the sounds of black power 1967-1974 companion soundtrack to the book of the same name f/stokely carmichael, the watts prophets, dick gregory, gil scott-heron, amiri baraka, last poets, etc. gatefold tip-on jacket.
RADICAL AND REVOLUTIONARY JAZZ IN THE USA 1957 - 1982 (2XCD)
soul jazz präsentiert auf >black fire! new spirits!< songs bekannter künstler wie don cherry, archie shepp und yusef lateef mit stücken eher unbekannter, aber nicht minder aufregender acts wie creative artists ensemble, granchan moncur, lloyd mcneill und tyrone washington. im sommer 2014 erschien der begleitende bildband >black fire! new spirits!< images of a revolution: radical jazz in the usa 1960-75.
CHANGE THE BEAT: THE CELLULOID RECORDS STORY 1979-1987 (2CD)
strut kicks off its 2013 release schedule with the first definitive overview of one of the most revered, open-minded and influential labels of the 1980s, celluloid records. change the beat is released in conjunction with jean karakos and celluloid records. all formats feature rare photos from the celluloid records archive and extended interviews with label owner jean karakos, bill laswell, afrika bambaataa, john lydon, rusty egan (timezone) and more.
D-FUNK: DISCO & BOOGIE GROOVES FROM GERMANY 1972 - 2002 (2X12 WHITE VINYL)
coloured 2x12" Vinyl D18.11.09
d-funk whats in a name?! we give you three words: deadly! defunkt! deutschland! in other words: 30 years of teutonic funk power. d-funk presents 18 block-rocking and distinctively eclectic funk, disco & boogie nuggets from germany that range from sweaty jb-styled grooves, cooking fusion gems, up-tight post-punk funk, to slick urban disco anthems.
SINGITA MIRALCE BEACH 10TH ANNIVERSARY COMPILED BY JOSE PADILLA & GLASS COFFEE (2XCD)
on july 2012 singita miracle beach in rome celebrates its 10th anniversary with a special double compilation compiled once more by the worlds beloved balearic dj and producer jose padilla and singitas resident dj glass coffee. 2 cds featuring 25 tracks of contemporary electronica with the freshest sound, creating a compilation that perfectly accompanies the exotism of singita miracle beach. an eclectic mix of music that share the same denominator, a relaxed feeling!