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Structuralism

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1. 44
2. Falling (feat Kaya Thomas-Dyke)
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1. Mulago
2. Glad I Lived
Side 3
1. Screen
2. Naiyti
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1. Retainer
2. Door (feat Jordan Rakei)

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System

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Linkwood's debut album System from way back in 2010 finally gets a timely reissue on his own imprint Night Theatre. Fresh with a new two colour screen printed sleeve and a couple of track changes, the album (in his own words) 'is how it should have looked and sounded the first time around'; occupying an important transitional space between the highly collected early Firecracker 10"s and the crafted Linkwood sound of today.

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Sinner

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Killer KDJ doublepack with three hard dance tracks and two more downtempo cuts - madly recommended! 'I'll provide' provides a dirty bassline and way more for 'all y'all dirty bastards needs'.. 'I think of saturday' has Kenny's vocals over uptempo beats that remind the ones Prince used way back. 'If I gave U my love' is a soulful jam using the Camille Yarbrough lyrics from the 1975 ' Take Yo' Praise' track. The record closes off with two downtempo soulcuts 'Deeper shadow' and 'Sinnerman' to vibe out to.Check video on 'Sinner' here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Scu-s1_hHas&feature=youtu.be

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1. I'll Provide
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1. I Think Of Saturday
Side 3
1. If I Gave U My Love
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1. Deeper Shadow
2. Sinnerman

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Outro Tempo II: Electronic & Contemporary Music From Brazil 1984-1996

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Outro Tempo II: Electronic and Contemporary Music from Brazil, 1984-1996 is the second installment of Music From Memory’s Brazilian series. This volume picks up where the first Outro Tempo left off, shedding light on a new wave of experimentalism that emerged in Brazil in the late 1980s and 1990s. The twenty tracks collected uncover another area of Brazilian music that looked to the future for inspiration. This time it drifts beyond the rainforest and into the pulsating heart of Brazil’s great cities, where it meets a generation of young artists eager to radically change the face of contemporary Brazilian music. In Outro Tempo II the avant garde and pop worlds meld in a haze of percussion and electronics. It presents another uncompromising and magnetic reinterpretation of the limits of Brazilian music.Outro Tempo II is compiled again by John Gómez and features original artwork by Alice Quaresma.

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1. May East - Maraka
2. Dequniha E Zaba - Preposicoes
3. Oharaska - A Fabula
4. Fausto Fawcett - Shopping De Voodoos
5. RH Jackson - O Gato De Schrodinger
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1. Edson Natale - Nina Maika
2. Akira S - Tokei
3. Low Key Hackers - Emotionless
4. Chance - Samba Do Morro
5. Jorge Degas & Marcelo Salazar - Ilha Grande
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1. Priscilla Ermel - Americua
2. Voluntarios Da Patria - Marcha
3. Angel's Breath - Velvet
4. Fausto Fawcett - Imperio Dos Sentidos
5. Chance - Intro-Amazonia
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1. Tete Esponidola - Quero Quero
2. Nelson Angelo - Harmonia De Agua
3. Jorge Mello - A Naturezza Rezza
4. Julio Pimentel - Gersal
5. Tiao Neto - Carrousel

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House Of Riviera 1991-1993

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Over 25 years of digging, and more than 2 years in curation. Nick V’s debut compilation pays homage to forgotten gems of the classic Italian House scene, circa 1991-1993.In the early 1990s, Italy hosted one of the most flourishing scenes in the burgeoning world of House music. Whilst the majority of Europe was only just beginning to digest the arrival of this new musical genre born in the US, Italian clubs, DJs and labels were hot on the heels of their counterparts in the already established scenes of New York and London. The clubs of the Adriatic coast – also known as the Italian Riviera –were full every weekend. The soundtrack was provided by the major US and UK acts from the day but also local resident DJs that had been honing their trade since the early 80s. By the early 90s, Italian House music was regularly exported around the world with labels such as UMM, Zippy, D-Vision, MBG, Flying, Palmares, DFC and Irma releasing tracks inspired by the original New York House and Garage sound, but with a very different, unique and emotional take. Distinct from both Italo-Disco and Italo-House, this was the specific aesthetic that was to become the House sound of the Riviera, the soundtrack of the golden era of Italian House music. Nick V’s compilation on Mona Musique brings together 8 iconic tracks from this specific period, covering the whole spectrum of the riviera sound. From the powerful vocal tracks by Korda and Be Noir to the dubbier cuts by Syncopate and Underground Ghosts, without forgetting of course the characteristic Riviera deepness with tracks from Subway Ground Master, Centric House, Groove Sense and Optik. Artists featured include legendary DJs and producers from the day Ricky Montanari, Alex Neri, Enrico Mantini, MBG and Ivan Iacobucci.The compilation comes in a double gatefold sleeve with liner notes by Nick V illustrated by flyers and photos from the original Riviera days. This is a DJ friendly 45 RPM vinyl only release, all tracks have been remastered with the sound staying true to the dynamics of early 90s production.

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1. Groove Sense - A Day With My Heart
2. Centric House - Alright Alright (Daydream mix)
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1. Underground Ghosts - Really
2. Subway Ground Master - Queensway
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1. Syncopate - Why? (Underground)
2. Korda - Move Your Body (club remix)
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1. Be Noir - Give Me Your Love (New York mix)
2. Optik - Music, Harmony & Rhythm

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Farmarama

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Returning after a long-lasting hiatus is no mean feat - how to stay relevant, to plug the gap and come back as strong as where things were left off. A Man Called Adam’s return however, is as emphatic as it is endearing. Sally Rodgers and Steve Jones are back with a brand new album of melodic, emotional, pop-not-pop tracks, bringing fresh layers of feeling, from warmth and passion, to sentimentality and sorrow.Displaying a wealth of knowledge gained through two lifetimes spent immersed in music, Farmarama showcases a myriad of styles and richness in arrangements. Moving from soulful slow jams to lo-fi disco, Balearic house to dub, post-rock electronica and art-house ambience, there are glistening horizons and windswept beaches conjured up at every turn.Take to the likes of ‘Mountains & Waterfalls’, ‘Farmarama’ and ‘Michael’ and hear dancefloor, disco tinges that marry live percussion, sultry Rhodes and hearty basslines, oozing emotion. But venture deeper to uncover a pensive, yet equally expressive side to the record through tracks like ‘Higher Powers’ and ‘Top Of The Lake’. Take the later as an example, a neo-classical slice of magical ambience, that wouldn’t be out of place soundtracking sweeping views of shimmering scenery. Or ‘Spots Of Time’, beginning as a frenetic, glitched out piece of electronica, before opening into a brooding breakbeat journey.Full of vintage warmth, analogue synths and intricate textures, Rodgers, Jones and new collaborator, Paul Smith, combine experimental touches with an undeniable catchiness, balancing electronic elements, with acoustic sparkles. In harmony with this, the contemplative, poetic verses, that considers life as a hi-definition, Westworld-like simulation, a Farmarama, and disco as a way of being, meld and morph a conceptual narrative that tugs on the heartstrings of life.Farmarama, then, isn’t your archetypal album. It’s an emotionally charged, intelligent and enlightening body of work that’s Balearic to the bone.

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1. Mountains & Waterfalls
2. Ou Pas
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1. Farmarama
2. Higher Powers
3. Top Of The Lake
Side 3
1. Michael
2. Tic Toc
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1. Spots Of Time
2. Ladies Of Electronica
3. Sally's Ladies ReRub
4. Paul Valery At The Disco

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Beyond The Sea Of Trees

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Growing up as an avid listener and collector of music, Freddie Joachim began djing in the mid 90’s, which progressed into recording and producing his own music. Since then, he has continued to produce music featuring such artists as, J.Cole, Joey Badass, Aloe Blacc, Blu, Grap Luva, LMNO, Kev Brown, and more. He has performed around the world, headlining shows in Asia, South Africa, Europe, and North America, sharing the stage with artists such as, Jean Grae, Joss Stone, Jimmy Cliff, Ali Shaheed Muhammad (ATCQ), Teeko, DJ Babu, Rakaa Iriscience, Bobbito, Scoop Deville, Blu, Choice37, and others.Freddie gained worldwide popularity after working with Brooklyn emcee, Joey Badass, and their single, “Waves.” A couple years later, renowned rapper, J.Cole, would pick up the same instrumental, for his release called “False Prophets.”Over the past 15 years, Freddie has released many albums and singles, the majority with the San Francisco based label, Mellow Orange. His signature jazzy and soulful sound can be heard across all of his releases. And as Freddie grows and matures, so does his music. This is particularly evident in his latest release, “Beyond The Sea of Trees,” with Germany based, Jakarta Records. The album is another instrumental endeavor by Freddie, featuring such artists as, FloFilz, Elijah Fox, and Natalie Oliveri

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1. Rising
2. Serenade
3. Winding Road (feat. Elijah Fox)
4. River
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1. Backyards
2. Yesterday (feat. Natalie Oliveri)
3. Runaway
4. Inher Space
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1. Out There
2. Unlimited
3. Sun Dress
4. Dreamstate
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1. Mulled Wine
2. Power & Profit
3. Beyond The Sea of Trees (feat. FloFilz)
4. Dying Light

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Buntús Rince: Explorations in Irish Jazz, Fusion & Folk 1969-81

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‘Buntús Rince’ translates from Irish as ‘basic rhythms’, and this new compilation explores how Irish musicians were influenced by strands of different genres of music from around the world, merging them to create their own unique sounds. The compilation features some of the most innovative and talented figures in the history of Irish music and includes rare Irish jazz, fusion and folk outliers from the 1970s and early 1980s from musicians relatively unknown outside of Ireland.Often regarded as a musical backwater, the 1970s finally saw Ireland begin to make its mark on international music. The nature of this feat is all the more commendable, considering how isolated and conservative the country still was in the middle of the last century. The emergence of acts like Skid Row, Thin Lizzy and Van Morrison instilled in budding young Irish musicians the belief to dream big.Unlike many other European countries, Ireland had not benefited from the cultural impact of immigration. Pioneering Irish musicians did not have access to the type of vibrant music scenes ubiquitous to most European cities at that time. With no talented players or even in some cases recordings of the music, they had to cultivate and invent their own small scenes.A jazz scene had begun to blossom in Dublin in the late 1950s. Self-taught players like Noel Kelehan and Louis Stewart emerged as the Irish standard-bearers. Their level of musicianship saw them play with some of the world’s most renowned artists. The 1960s would see the emergence of the ‘beat’ scene in Ireland, with groups like Granny’s Intentions, Taste and Eire Apparent finally challenging the hegemony of Irish Showbands. Change was in the air. The late 1960s also saw many Irish emigrants returning home, bringing with them inspiration from the new styles and sounds of London and further afield. The arrival in the late 1960s of pirate radio stations like Radio Caroline, new music magazines and the availability of music on vinyl meant that different genres were now becoming more accessible. The musical landscape of the country began to transform and evolve, influencing a new generation of musicians in the process. The 1970s saw advancements in studio technology. 8-track studios began appearing in Dublin, offering more opportunities for groups to record singles and albums. Synthesizers and other instruments were also becoming easier to acquire as the younger generation turned to electric jazz and fusion music. While the level of musicianship was high, the levels of opportunities in Ireland were still very limited. Many groups and solo musicians had to emigrate to try and succeed. Thankfully for those who remained, this new emerging scene didn’t go totally unnoticed and local labels began to take a chance on more obscure Irish groups. Labels like Mulligan and also producers like John D’Ardis and Terri Hooley championed and documented music from the Irish underground of the 1970s.Their valuable work is a common thread which connects many of the tracks on this compilation. From the soaring flute playing of Brian Dunning, to the swinging piano of Noel Kelehan and the sonic force of Jolyon Jackson’s synthesizers; ‘Buntús Rince’ lifts the lid on a vastly underappreciated period of Irish music history. One for the collectors.

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1. Noel Kelehan Quintet - Spon Song
2. John Wadham - Floatin'
3. Louis Stewart - Araby
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1. Joe O'Donnell - Caravan
2. Taste - On The Boards
3. Granny's Intentions - Nutmeg, Bitter-Sweet
4. Mellow Candle - Lonely Man
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1. Sonny Condell - Red Sail
2. Supply, Demand & Curve - When You're By Yourself
3. Rosemarie Taylor - Mister Sleep
4. Apartment - Weekend
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1. The Plattermen - Africah Wah Wah
2. Jonathan Kelly's Outside - Misery
3. Dr Strangely Strange - Mary Malone Of Moscow
4. Stacc - Holy Smoke
5. Zebra - Silent Partners

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Soichi Terada Presents Sounds From The Far East (Updated Version)

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Compiled by Hunee, 'Sounds from the Far East' features highly sought after material by legendary Japanese house producer Soichi Terada and fellow producers Shinichiro Yokota, Manabu Nagayama! Soichi Terada is an adventurous multitalent and over all a good sport. He was born in the sixties, and as a child he loved to play on his fathers’ electric organ. Terada majored in Computer Science and Electric Organ and after he graduated, he founded his Far East Recording in 1989, because he couldn't find a label for his compositions at that time.The sound of Far East Recording is very much inspired by early nineties US deep house. Soichi Terada went out to parties in the late eighties, were he was equally influenced by house and hip-hop. A few years later, Terada took on producing music by using digital sampling. In the early nineties he occasionally DJ-ed with a DAT player and some reel tapes, instead of using records and turntables."Sounds From The Far East" shines new light on Soichi Terada's label and consists of material that was originally released in the early nineties. Next to Terada's music, Hunee also selected a few tracks by fellow artist Shinichiro Yokota for this compilation, as well as 'Sun Showered', a track based on the incredible Paradise Garage gem called 'Sunshower', by Terada and Nami Shimada.

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1. Soichi Terada - Saturday Love Sunday
2. Shinichiro Yokota - Do it Again
3. Soichi Terada - Sun Showered
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1. Soichi Terada & Manabu Nagayama - Low Tension (alternative version)
2. Soichi Terada - Hohai Beats
3. Soichi Terada - Good Morning
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1. Soichi Terada - CPM
2. Soichi Terada - Rising Sun Up
3. Soichi Terada - We Came Togethe
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1. Soichi Terada - Voices From Beyond
2. Soichi Terada - Purple Haze (edit)
3. Soichi Terada - Binary Rondo

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Spiritual Jazz Vol 9 - Blue Notes, Part Two

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The Blue Note Record label needs little introduction. Musically, graphically and sonically iconic, the label created and defined the golden age of modern jazz on record. Founded in 1939 by German émigré Alfred Lion, the label's roster of artists is a litany of giants – Thelonious Monk, Sonny Rollins, Horace Silver, Lee Morgan, Art Blakey, Lee Morgan, Herbie Hancock and many more. With peerless musicians in the grooves, the legendary Rudy Van Gelder behind the boards, and graphic design genius Reid Miles creating emblematic artwork for every release, Blue Note – 'the Cadillac of the jazz lines' – was outstanding in every way.Volume 9 of Jazzman's Spiritual Jazz series takes a close look at the deeper side of Blue Note – from the experimental avant-garde explored by younger musicians such as Bobby Hutcherson, Joe Henderson and Pete La Roca, to the exciting new developments in modal sounds put forward by stalwarts Hank Mobley, Jackie McLean and Duke Pearson. The music we have selected shows how musicians working with the label responded to a period of dramatic social and sonic change, charting the route toward the esoteric and spiritualised sounds that would dominate the deepest jazz of the 1970s.As ever, Blue Note had lit the path, and this new Spiritual Jazz collection shows that the progressive and underground jazz sound of the 1960s was not only the preserve of obscure artists and private pressings. Blue spirits and heavy sounds on Blue Note – the finest in jazz since 1939, brought to you by Jazzman.

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1. Joe Henderson - El Barrio
2. Jackie McLean - Plight
3. Duke Pearson - Cristo Redentor
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1. Wayne Shorter - Indian Song
2. Hank Mobley - The Morning After
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1. Pete La Roca - Malaguena
2. Freddie Hubbard - Blue Spirits
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1. Booker Ervin - Gichi
2. Solomon Ilori - Igbesi Aiye (Song Of Praise To God)

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