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Thirstin'

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Not content with providing us with the tune of summer 14 - the Mood Hut released "Something (On My Mind)" - Jack Jutson has only gone and done it again on his Future Times debut. "Thirstin" is every bit as likeable as its' esteemed predecessor, delivering a subtly sun-kissed blend of loose, delay-laden deep house percussion, rich Rhodes chords and yearning vocals. Truly, it's magical - the kind of warm, evocative fare that will still be getting rotations decades from now. Flipside "Atmosphere", an instrumental cut built around jazzy drums, live disco bass and brilliant eyes-closed piano solos, is almost as good. Clearly, the Pender Street Steppers man is one serious talent.

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1. Thirstin'
Side 2
1. Atmosphere

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Let's Ride

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It's well known that People's Potential Unlimited boss Andrew Morgan has some serious crate digging skills. Even so, he continues to amaze with the obscurity and quality of the releases he chooses to reissue. Serious collectors have long sought out "Let's Ride" by guitarist Willie Lee Jnr under his occasional Junei alias. Originally released on 7" back in 1987, it's a killer chunk of synthesizer-heavy electrofunk blessed with some serious eyes-closed guitar solo action. Flipside "You Must Go On" - originally the A-side of the '87 release - is fantastic, too, offering a near perfect blend of sun-kissed Balearic attitude and smooth '80s soul grooves.

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1. Let's Ride
Side 2
1. You Must Go On

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Rainbows

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After the release of his debut Romare LP through Ninja Tune earlier this year, Archie Fairhurst returns to the UK institution with two alternate versions of one of the highlights on this club-ready 12". Fairhurst produced "Rainbow" in homage to the American 70's disco scene and the new club mix of grooves along nicely with its smooth double bass and female jazz vocals; with just the right amount of shuffle. By contrast, the bedroom remix finds Romare channelling his inner Ry Cooder. Finally "Love Song" gets upbeat again with some uplifting deepness complete with more lovely vocals, exotic percussion and overall dusty aesthetic.

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1. Rainbow (club)
2. Rainbow (Bedroom)
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1. Love Song

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Echoes All Over The World

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The second release from this eccentric underground label.... newcomer Joseph Salzig lines up next to ol' Fizzy Veins..

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1. Fizzy Veins - Vermona
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1. Fizzy Veins - November Sunshine
2. Joseph Salzig - See Will Dancing/Dancer

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Openin' Up

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Pressing issues may have delayed the Pender Street Steppers' debut on Mood Hut Recordings, but this fresh single on PPU should more than plug the gap. Those who may have heard the Mood Hut outfit's Life In The Zone cassette last year will know what to expect: "Openin' Up" combines jittery conga percussion with rubbery bass and a positively uplifting sense of melody that nevertheless errs on the grubbier side of the spectrum, while "M Flight" is even more summery in it outlook, as a humorous '80s-inspired piece of melodic sampling propels its blissful chords and carefree bassline. As with all Mood Hut-affiliated releases, this won't last long...

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1. Openin' Up
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1. M Flight

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Endeavors

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"Endeavors", the 4th compilation from Voltaire Records, explores the vibes of boogie, disco, modern funk, and whatever the hell type of music is also on there that doesn't fit into those aforementioned genres.It's the music that a bunch of nasty psychotic animals would be jamming in a festering urban back alley, as shown on the compilation cover, illustrated by Oakland- based artist, Jessie CaliforniaHarvey Sutherland, hailing from Melbourne, kicks off the compilation with “That’s The Fact, Jack” a drifting G-Funky/Rhodes composition that glides smoothly along like a cutlass supreme in the slow lane. K-Maxx, of the Sweater Funk crew, next takes on production and MC duty on “Wake Up”, and churns out a heavy boogie-soul testament to the female persuasion. XL Middleton closes out the A side with “One and Only” an uptempo boogie-slapper accompanied by his signature shredding keyboard lead. On the B Side, Social Lovers start it off with the deep disco cut “Can’t Let It Go”, which dubs along as vocalist Megan D weaves her sultry vocals between polyrhythmic percussion. Moon B next challenges the dancefloor to pinpoint his sound to a specific era, location, or vibe...and comes up with the atmospheric groove of "Back On". Timothy Fairplay closes out the comp with the sinister rolling sci-fi cut “Rooftop Meeting”; an altruistic anthem of computer hardware mayhem, that defies time and space

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1. Harvey Sutherland - That's The Fact, Jack
2. K Maxx - Wake Up
3. XL Middleton - One & Only
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1. Social Lovers - Can't Let It Go
2. Moon B - Back On
3. Timothy J Fairplay - Rooftop Meeting

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Eternal Love

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Long standing soul man Willie (or Hill as he usually operates on PPU) returns with three more timeless soul joints. "Eternal Love" is a soul monolith of Vandross proportions as Willie belts his guts up over a slippery synth boogie groove, classic 80s falsetto harmonies and brick-melting synth-toms. "Talking On A Funky Note" takes us to the early 90s with a Bobby Brown-style new-jack sound while "Over The Hump" brings us to an inspiring climax with lyrics of intestinal fortitude so heavy they'd make a world champion life coach blush. Perfect for all training/chips down montages.

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1. Eternal Love
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1. Talking On A Funky Note
2. Ove The Hump

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Trama

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Just in time for summer! Some serious heat from the darkest corners of the TK Disco vaults, dug up, re-mastered and brought back to life for your listening and dancing pleasure!To say Trama's sole LP is a rarity is an understatement! Released on TK offshoot CAT Records in 1977 it's swaggering street-funk attitude, tight ass rhythm section, blistering arrangements and stellar vocal performances from a young Donna Allen has left beat digging, Soul, Boogie and Disco freaks hot under the collar for over 3 decades!Often selling on-line for tidy sums (£250 +) this LP is a true gem, now is your chance to own a %100 legit, TK Disco sanctioned, vinyl copy of this killer Soul LP. Re-issued just the way it originally came out in 1977, no tricks. Essential!

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1. Gimmie Some Lovin
2. I Know You Want It
3. It's Amazing
4. Captain Of The Ship
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1. If I Ever Do Wrong
2. Straight Groove
3. You Should Be Dancing
4. Come With Me

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Celebration Of Jay

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Japanese hip-hop LP dedicated to J Dilla !“I can’t remember the first track I listened to, but I started to become aware of his presence with “Slum village / Fantastic Vol. 2”.He’s been producing classics even before this album, and I’ve listened to numerous tracks including the unreleased ones. But for me, Jay Dee/ J Dilla’s presence is packed into “Slum village / Fantastic Vol.2” and “Welcome 2 Detroit”. I have never been influenced so much by music in my life, and probably never will be. Until then, I strived to create music without being influenced by anyone, but by recognizing him and becoming a captive of his worldview, there was no way to escape his influence. His extremely tight drums were made without relying on quantization, and his use of sine waves for bass and layering filtered samples was incredible. He had a distinctive utilization of space, and seemingly rough but delicate style. There’s no doubt that he laid the foundations for my current style. I have created tracks for people in the past, but I have never dedicated a whole album for anyone. Even after his passing I greatly respect him as a mentor, and I have longed to dedicate an album for him in order to reflect on my present self. The intension of this album is not to imitate, but to present myself while reflecting on how his influence has helped me to find my own style. This is a dedication of my style to him, which would not have been possible without his influence. I will continue to respect him.

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1. Cookout
2. Unc
3. Tunnel
4. Cliff Edge
5. Constellations
6. Going Home
7. Off Ramp
8. All Work Out
9. Tag
10. Strollin'
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1. Bayside
2. Fluid
3. Batcave
4. Charly
5. 2 For 3
6. Jasmin
7. 8:00 am
8. Pueblo
9. Brownstone
10. The Bunch

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