Endless Flight welcome a new artist. Attari is Brussels based artist and running very cool private club. Title track “Meridian” is melancholic deep house tune — it’s a favorite release of the label’s this year. Both tracks on the B side are dark new wave disco style tunes.
Unsurprisingly for a creator as prolific as Muslimgauze’s Bryn Jones was, when he was asked for a contribution for any sort of group project, he would tend to provide more options than necessary. In the case of longtime label Staalplaat’s 1996 compilation Sonderangebot, where Jones would find himself in the […]
Ramleh return with The Great Unlearning: four rocking sides with downbeat electronic leanings making a complex and bold follow-up to 2015’s Circular Time. Produced by Anthony Di Franco and Gary Mundy and also featuring Philip Best, Stuart Dennision, Sarah Fröelich, and Martyn Watts, The Great Unlearning represents the most complete […]
Purple vinyl. Musique Pour La Danse present Coil’s unreleased soundtrack for the VHS only, pre-internet, sexual education documentary entitled The Gay Man’s Guide To Safer Sex released in 1992. Members for this project were John Balance, Peter “Sleazy” Christopherson, and Danny Hyde. The OST, to quote John Balance’s interview for […]
Hot Casa present a reissue of Manu Dibango’s African Voodoo, originally released in 1972. A fantastic and rare album by the Afro soul maestro. These files were recorded in 1971 at Pathé-Marconi studio (Boulogne-Billancourt) for professional sound illustration intended for the cinema, television, and advertising. At the time, jazz musicians […]
Grosso! Recordings present Rumbero Mayor: An Overview of the Legendary Afro-Cuban Conguero That Changed Latin Music and Jazz Forever, a collection featuring Chana Pozo. Some tracks have been remastered and restored and some are presented on vinyl after many years. Format and selection designed for DJs, collectors, and general public. […]
Ray Lugo and Peace & Rhythm have teamed up again, this time to issue Kokolo Afrobeat Orchestra’s fifth album, 100 Fevers/Ciento Fiebres. Ten dance-friendly cuts mashing up styles and moods. Afrobeat, Latin funk, cumbia, samba, disco, soukous, protest and party jams are the launch points, but as Kokolo fans have […]
Double LP version includes 7″ with two bonus tracks, postcard, and download. Robag Wruhme takes synthetic sounds and sampled noises, cuts them to fit, and turns them into beats without his music ever sounding pieced-together; every single percussive sound is a compact unit, bursting with melody. For Venq Tolep, his […]
Delia Derbyshire is one of the most innovative electronic musicians of the 20th century. She is best known for her pioneering work for the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, and for composing the classic theme song for the original Doctor Who, believed to be the earliest “electronic” theme song in television history. […]
Tresor Records welcomes Rod Modell to its catalog with the release of his new album Captagon. Rod Modell needs no introduction, his various projects render him a master of techno. In repetition and barely noticeable change, Modell re-sculptures perceptions. His sound-design echoes cinematic ethereality, where ferric artifacts slam against percussion, […]
Japanese house music legend Yukihiro Fukutomi’s debut single on 1992. First time reissue. Released after being forgotten for a long time, probably because very small production and released in only Japan. Four different versions of pure jazzy deep house masterpiece.
Emily Fairlight has a proper folk singer’s background: a teenage runaway adventurer in Australia and India, a circus school student who once sang naked at a burlesque night on a whim, a female-friendly pornography-free sex toy shop assistant, a barista, and a runner/jack-of-all-trades at a digital visual effects company. With […]
Four tracks of mystifying explorations, with international rhythms and tones divided by the micrometer. Musci on Acid.
Full title: A Loss Permitted To Open Its Eyes For But Three Hours And There Glimpsed, Finally In Focus A Mystery That Begs Earnestly, “Ask Me Nothing” Now, Once More The Problem Is Yours Alone. Experimental music pioneer Keiji Haino, one of the most mysterious and influential figures to emerge […]
Southern Lord announces the next CASPAR BRÖTZMANN MASSAKER reissues in the ongoing series, continuing with Der Abend Der Schwarzen Folklore and Koksofen, now confirmed for release in July. Tracks from each of the two new reissues are now posted for streaming. The outfit will also be actively performing live this […]
Habibi Funk is back with another album from Casablanca. Completely unreleased album which was recorded in Morocco in 1973 by three generation family band. A unique blend of Gnawa, Funk and Rock. Traditional Moroccan music meets electronic guitars and dense layers of percussion by a band that used to run […]