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A Jazz Delirium EP

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1. A Jazz Delirium
2. Rap On Brotha
Side 2
1. OD Of Love
2. Seashore Groove

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Beyond Salty Island EP

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1. Sable Blanc - Gentle Washing
2. Christophe Salin - I Want To Love You 2
Side 2
1. Gledd - More Times
2. Eddi Shkiper - Magika

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Will You Be There EP

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1. To Love
2. I Need More Champagne
3. Shall I Give (Love Another Try)
Side 2
1. I'll Think Of You
2. Your Soul
3. Lullaby For Daria

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De Bassari Togo

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In 1972, Orchestre Abass released two incredible singles on Polydor. These records - featuring Samarin Banza, Haka Dunia and other afrofunk masterpieces - were powerful enough to knock any music head out, but it wasn’t until the discovery of some unreleased material by the band that the seeds for this project were planted.It all happened in 2008 in Ghana. I was going through some tapes that had previously been the property of PolyGram one of the major record companies based in west Africa. In the late 80s political instability and curfews had paralysed the music industry forcing Polygram to close their Ghanaian subsidiaries leaving all of their recordings behind. These recordings had been packed in boxes and left vegetating in an Accra warehouse for three decades until I came along. To my surprise all of the tapes looked unharmed and I was particularly relieved to hear that the Orchestre Abass tape was in an excellent state of condition. I began fiddling around with the idea of releasing an album of the band and that plan got an additional boost with le “coup de grace” which had landed in the form of an ultra rare tune called Honam discovered in Sotoboua, a small northern Togolese town in the middle of nowhere. That find completed this selection.I had previously discovered some similar music in Northern Benin and in Nigeria and I started picturing an area that spread all the way from Northern Ghana to Northern Cameroon, an area I dubbed ‘The Islamic funk belt’ due to the fact that Super Borgou de Parakou, Napo De Mi Amor, Uppers International and Hamad Kalkaba just to name a few - all from that ‘belt’ - were groups made up of musicians with an Islamic background. This can be felt and heard in the music and particularly in the singing since many of the musicians had attended koranic schools and the languages used in the songs often had Arabic elements fused in - Orchestra Abass was one of them. With their heavy, organ-led sound combining with the deftest of musical touches, these records were the work of a rhythmic powerhouse and we are honoured to be in a position to present the recordings of Togo´s funkiest Band.Unfortunately Malam Issa Abass, the founder, guitarist and organ player of the band, was killed in 1993 by a grenade thrown into his bedroom and to help me reconstruct the biography of the band I tracked down Thon Komla, one of the band´s songwriters and Abderaman Issa, the guitar player of the band.All the music was licensed directly from the various composers of these songs. The vinyl is pressed on 180 High Quality Virgin Vinyl and the gatefold contains previously unseen pictures and a detailed biography of the might band.

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1. Haka Dunia
2. Soo Soo Mungha (previously unreleased)
3. Ekule Nugble Nu (previously unreleased)
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1. Shamarin Banza
2. Honam (feat Thon Komla)
3. Kissagui (feat Napo De Mi Amor)

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Twelve Inch Jams 004

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Sometimes you produce a track with nothing but a dancefloor and a good sound system in mind. "Twelve Inch Jams" is offering you just that - strictly two A side tunes for the floor cut at 45 revolutions per minute. Jazz & Milk pays tribute to this classy release format with their new 12" vinyl series. Each record comes in a hand silk-screened printed and stamped sleeve!The dreamteam of the highly successful first installment (JAMS001) teamed up again to share their love for raw and sample-based house music tunes produced on the MPC. Label artist Sam Irl and the man behind Jazz & Milk, Dusty never fail when it comes to layering colorful sample fragments and enriching them with raw beats and deep synthesizer chords."Broken Spell" starts off with a super moody atmosphere that slowly opens up until it reaches its energetic peak with bright synth stabs and a smooth bassline before colorful arpeggios are drifting the track into other spheres. "Love Prelude" has a rather dreamy vibe but its deep chord progressions and rough bass drums and claps create a truly unique contrast and a hypnotic atmosphere on top of it, while a later incoming bouncy bassline and dubby sample parts eventually pull you in cosmic dimensions!

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1. Broken Spell
Side 2
1. Love Prelude

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Badala Zamana

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Born in 1950 near Constantine and raised on a parental diet of traditional Arabic music, Zohra quickly took up singing and playing the guitar and kept doing so after she and her family moved to the North of France. Playing gala events and receptions during her first years in France it took an encounter with multi-talented instrumentalist, composer, arranger and conductor Joël Hannier to take her into the world of recorded music. Joël Hannier’s experience in writing and interpreting music for ballets, television, orchestras and a vast array of French and international musicians made sure their collaboration – sung in a Berber dialect – was destined for success. The title track ‘Badala Zamana’ gets picked up by various radio stations, most notably in Arabic speaking countries. In France the song did not go unnoticed either, but until today - although championed by Habibi Funk among a few others – it remains relatively unearthed.

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1. Badala Zamana (original)
Side 2
1. Badala Zamana (extended)

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World EP

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1. Bougainvilles (live)
2. Nu World (vocal edit)
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1. Nu World (Flute mix)
2. Exotica Dance Club
3. Outro

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25 Nights For Nujabes

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Ta-ku might be the modern day renaissance man. Haven risen to prominence as one of Australia’s most in-demand beatmakers, the Perth-based artist has found himself curator of a rapidly expanding, multi-disciplinary creative empire.Borne from a late-night sideline to his day job shilling health insurance, Ta-ku’s music has quickly become a global, full-time concern. From early days uploading chopped hip-hop cuts to Soundcloud, the “genre-killer”’s prodigious credits now include ambitious projects like 50 Days For Dilla, high-profile remixes for Flume, Chet Faker, BANKS, Childish Gambino and Justin Timberlake, as well as a clutch of co-writes, production efforts and countless self-releases.Teaming up with Jakarta Records on the 823 joint label venture, Ta-ku is sharing his now classic ’25 Nights For Nujabes’ project as a digital/vinyl release alongside two completely new Bonus Tracks - both featuring Toronto based producer Matt McWaters. Drawing inspiration from the likes of D’Angelo, James Blake and J Dilla, Matt McWaters fuses modern electronic production with soul and indie undertones. A love for smooth basslines, soulful keys and catchy melodies allows him to carry out his vision with every track.25 Nights For Nujabes. A beat a night for 25 nights in dedication to Seba Jun. His music was so full of emotion and beauty. Rest in peace. - Ta-ku

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1. Night 1
2. Night 2
3. Night 3
4. Night 4
5. Night 5
6. Night 6
7. Night 7
8. Night 8
9. Night 9
10. Night 10
11. Night 11
12. Night 12
13. Night 13
14. Night 14
15. Night 15
16. Night 16
17. Night 17
18. Night 18
19. Night 19
20. Night 20
21. Night 21
22. Night 22
23. Night 23
24. Night 24
25. Night 25
26. Night 26 (feat Matt Mcwaters - bonus track)
27. Night 27 (feat Matt Mcwaters - bonus track)

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Remixes: Made For The Underground

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Limited edition of 500 black vinyl copies worldwide of the Jazz Spastiks' remixes of the classic Penpals album "Made For The Underground" with features by Pete Flux, Junclassic, Marvelous Jay and others. Includes all instrumentals as well.

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1. New New Fiyah
2. Oh Fuck Yeah! (feat Jamii Bass)
3. STFU Remix Remix
4. Grade AA (feat Pete Flux)
5. Rap 'n' Stuff
6. Wild Busy
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1. Swift With The Rhymes (feat PWS)
2. Dumb Hot Jazz
3. Drop The Beat Juggle
4. Inject Your Eardrums (feat Marvolus Jay)
5. Super Smooth (feat Lars Viola)
6. Rockin' Funky Lyrics (feat Junclassic)
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1. New New Fiyah (instrumental)
2. Oh Fuck Yeah! (instrumental)
3. STFU Remix Remix (instrumental)
4. Grade AA (instrumental)
5. Rap 'n' Stuff (instrumental)
6. Wild Busy (instrumental)
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1. Swift With The Rhymes (instrumental)
2. Dumb Hot Jazz (instrumental)
3. Drop The Beat Juggle (instrumental)
4. Inject Your Eardrums (instrumental)
5. Super Smooth (instrumental)
6. Rockin' Funky Lyrics (instrumental)

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John Yancey

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“John Yancey” is the second album Illa J will release on Jakarta Records, following the successful release of HOME last year. The project is the second collaboration with Los Angeles based producer Calvin Valentine, who once again contributed all of the production for the long player. While “Home” was largely inspired by Illa’s native city of Detroit, “John Yancey” now focuses on his time in California.“(This album is) Definitely more personal than all of my projects, nothing specific, but I basically talk about about the ups and downs of all my relationships over the past 10 years, still grieving about my bro, etc. This one is trippy because the first single comes out a day before my 32nd birthday and the original title was 32 because this is a special year to me because my brother died at that age so it had a lot of meaning. But it makes sense that it ended up being called John Yancey because for so long in my career I felt like I was tryna be me and my brother, and I'm finally at peace, like I'm not J Dilla's younger brother Illa J, I'm James younger brother John.” While the story of the album might have changed, there are certain continuities as well, built around the strong foundation of the combination of Illa’s voice and Calvin Valentine’s soulful sample based production. The previous album already saw Illa J incorporate more singing into his raps and he goes down this path even further: “I wanted to emphasize the singing but use more of my natural singing voice, as well as rap more than on HOME.” In regards to the music, Calvin wanted to make the project sound “a bit more polished where HOME was purposely rough around the edges.” Still, the production remains soulful and rich with layers to leave things interesting for the listener, the more spins you give the record.The cover was created by Robert Winter, a Cologne based photographer who was also behind the visual appearance of HOME.

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1. Shine On
2. James Said
3. Weather Report
4. Enjoy The Ride
5. DTW
6. Find One
Side 2
1. On The Side
2. Rose Gold
3. 12 AM
4. Tokyo
5. Sunday
6. 32

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