2018

Bad Timin' Volume One

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1. Zone Phased
2. Fee WIFI
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1. Crash In The Dark
2. Last Loft

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1. Karam Bani
2. Them Yebtheyet
3. Ku Ku Maria
4. Advice From Father
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1. Iro Le Pa
2. Ye Koaba
3. Peace
4. Oh! Africa

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Tonic Edits Vol. 5

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Side 1
1. Orlando Magic
2. Cabrio Mango
Side 2
1. 1981
2. She Keeps It Good

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Onda De Amor : Synthesized Brazilian Hits That Never Were (1984-94)

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Side 1
1. Ricardo Bomba - Voce Vai Se Lembrar
2. Vania Bastos - Tabu (The Sweetest Taboo)
3. Rosana Mendes & Grupo Veneno - Reague
4. Grupo Controle Digital - A Festa E Nossa
Side 2
1. Villa Box - Break De Rua (Versao Longa)
2. Batista Junior - Cheira (7" version)
3. Dado Brazzawilly - Saramandaia
4. Anacy Arcanjo - Toque Tambor
Side 3
1. Fogo Baiano - O Fogo Do Sol
2. Dodo Da Bahia & As Virgens De Porto Seguro - Africamerica
3. Via Negromonte - Love Is All
4. Electric Boogies - Electric Boogies
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1. Os Abelhudos - Contos De Escola (Millos Kaiser edit)
2. Nanda Rossi - Livre Pra Voar (Millos Kaiser edit)
3. Andre Melo - Onda De Amor
4. Regiao Abissal - Feminina Mulher (instrumental)

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Cosmic Sounds

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Tired of reading the words “classic”, “masterpiece”, “missing link”, “cult”, “seminal” in every press release? Just trust us on this one: this is the real deal. We have no choice but to use those words and urge you to (re) discover one of the ultimate Afro Disco lost classics. If you’ve never heard it, thank god. If you’re one of the very few connoisseurs who have, get to experience it in a carefully remastered version.How could such a masterpiece stay in obscurity for so long?Well, no one knows where N’draman is. He’s presumed dead, and so is Mr Patrick, the label owner, an ex football player who turned his focus on fashion after suffering a career ending injury.Selling jeans from an outlet in Monrovia (Liberia), he only ventured in the music business for a short period of time, releasing a handful of incredible albums on his Cosmic Sounds imprint. The word on the street was that Nigerian legend William Onyeabor was somehow involved with the production of the album, or maybe playing synths on it. Both those rumours were inaccurate, although N’draman Blintch’s previous and first record “Cikamele”, was indeed recorded at Willfilms, Onyeabor’s studio in Enugu, Nigeria. And some of the musicians playing here were also key members in his pool of session musicians.“Cosmic Sounds” is many things: Psychedelic, politically engaged, funky to death, full of synths, with an artwork to die for, a perfect crossover of African and Western culture. Music for the body and soul. Cosmic disco before the genre even existed. Actually the genre was born the year this record was released. Did Dj Danielle Baldelli hear it? Was it ever played by Larry Levan or Mancuso? In a pre internet era, its unlikely but not impossible. Nowadays most DJs know what’s up now that Africa is on the map. Go and check the discogs page: 550 wants, countless messages of people ready to pay any amount for a copy. The last one sold for 1300 euros, and it was the first to show up for sale in 5 years time.We are extremely honored in carrying the reissue of this gem and have treated the task with utmost respect: both artwork and audio were restored by specialists, and liner notes were written by Temitope Kogbe, an Afro Funk expert who runs the label OdionLivingston, founded with the legendary EMI Nigeria producer Odion Iruoje.38 YEARS AFTER ITS ORIGINAL RELEASE

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1. Self Destruction
2. Essika-Ti
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1. Cosmic Sounds
2. She Africa (Ton Tour Viendra)

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Welcome To Paradise: Italian Dream House 90-94 Vol 3

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Safe Trip is taking one final deep dive into the warm waters of Italian dream house with Welcome To Paradise Volume 3, the concluding chapter in the label’s journey through the previously overlooked world of one of dance music’s most vibrant and influential underground movements.While the influence of dream house continues to echo through the ages, the style was at its peak between 1989 and ’94, when producers across Italy delivered a high volume of loved-up, wavy and occasionally blissful productions that fused contemporary deep house tropes – most notably from Chicago, New York and New Jersey – with elements borrowed from ambient, jazz and Balearica.It’s this six-year period that provides the focus for Welcome To Paradise Volume 3, which draws together a spine-tingling mixture of sought-after classics, unheralded gems and little-known delights from the original Italian dream house movement.Thrillingly, Welcome to Paradise Volume 3 co-curator Young Marco has managed to source two previously unreleased tracks during the dream house period: the gently unfurling, sunrise-friendly bliss of Jacy’s “Resounding Seashell” and a special “Longer Edit” of Neurostate’s brilliant “Dance To The House”, a track that – somewhat surprisingly – has never previously been issued on vinyl before.Elsewhere, there are plenty of treats to set the pulse racing, from the must-have deep house brilliance of Leo Anibaldi’s “Universe” – a rare foray into dream house territory from the Italian techno pioneer – and the Afro-bleep-goes-dream-house trip of Golem’s “Sun City”, to the cowbell-driven, New Jersey garage-influenced warmth of Deep Choice’s “Children Trip” and Cosmic Galaxy’s “Walkin’ On The Moon”, a Detroit techno-influenced outing with a deliciously saucer-eyed, extended ambient intro. You’ll also struggle to find a more inspired house record than Green Baize’s “Tramp Heart”, which mixes familiar dream house elements with spacey electronics and tribal chants that recall Italy’s early ‘80s Afro-cosmic scene.It all adds up to another essential selection of rich, glassy-eyed dream house treats tailor-made for sound-tracking drawn-out Adriatic sunsets, Mediterranean sunrises and loved-up parties the world over.

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1. Jacy - Resounding Seashell
2. Optik - Illusion
3. Leo Anibaldi - Universal
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1. Green Baize - Tramp Heart
2. Deep Choice - Children Trip
3. Deep Blue - Deep Blue (The Inner Part Of Me)
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1. Cosmic Galaxy - Walkin' On The Moon
2. Golem - Sun City
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1. Lonely Dance - Sweet Pieces (alternative mix)
2. Neurostate - Dance To The House (unreleased edit)
3. Don Carlos - Ouverture

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Ruff Draft: Dilla's Mix

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When Ruff Draft saw its initial release in 2003, J Dilla possessed production skills on par with anyone in hip-hop – technically and creatively. “At the top of his game,” says longtime friend and collaborator, Karriem Riggins. After years of building while modestly deferring to others of both greater and lesser notoriety, Dilla finally completed the first solo endeavor on his own label, entirely on his own terms. The significance of such an autonomous success often gets overlooked, and partly accounts for why Ruff Draft is one of the lesser-referenced entries in Dilla’s oeuvre. “It’s a mysterious little project,” says his mother, Maureen Yancey. “But out of his entire career, that was the happiest time.”Prior to recording the EP, Dilla found himself at a crossroads. Estranged from his label, MCA, and separated from the mother of his youngest daughter, frustration abounded both personally and professionally. Dilla spent parts of 2002 and 2003 working on an album for MCA that featured his rapping over contributions from other producers with whom he had connected and whose music he respected. At the time, he was known primarily for his beats, yet reviled for his MCing by most anyone not from his hometown of Detroit. The project was to be an intentional freak of the industry.The project would go on to spur his collaborative album with Madlib, Jaylib, and would first showcase the template that he would take to his greatest heights with 2006’s Donuts. The Stones Throw reissue of Ruff Draft from 2008 featured remixes of the songs from the album, done without Dilla’s involvement. This version of the album takes Dilla’s recently discovered mixes of the album and restores his vision for the project. “Straight from the mothafuckin’ cassette,” as he phrased the sound he was going for on the EP’s intro. It is buttressed by unreleased tracks and is presented in two versions: LP one is the EP as it was originally released, LP 2 is the alternate version that Dilla had for the project. Author Ronnie Reese expands upon his original liner notes to further tell Dilla’s story, in a booklet complete with never before published photographs from the Ruff Draft photo session.The producer’s own mixes – recently rediscovered - of his seminal EP, expanded with bonus tracks into a 2LP set, with extensive liner notes and unpublished photos.

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Side 1
1. Intro
2. Let's Take It Back
3. Reckless Driving
4. Nothing Like This
5. The $
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1. Interlude (feat Dank)
2. Make'em Nv
3. Interlude
4. Crushin' (Yeeeaah!)
5. Shouts
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1. Intro (alternate)
2. Wild
3. Reckless Driving
4. Nothing Like This
5. The $
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1. Take Notice (feat Guilty Simpson)
2. Make'em Nv
3. Interlude
4. Crushin' (Yeeeaah!)
5. Rock On

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Phase

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1. The Magnificent Moon
2. Zwango Zop
3. Im Blau
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1. Phase
2. Two Horizons
3. The Gloves Don't Bite

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Waiting For Tonight

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1. Waiting For Tonight
Side 2
1. Waiting For Tonight (instrumental)

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Desert Highway

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1 .California
2. Vinicius.
3. Tijuana
4. Camminare
5. The Last One
6. The Promised Land
7. Valle de la Luna
8. Lonnie's Lament
9. The Wire
10. Desert Highway
11. Arabic Blues

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