Django Django, a London four-piece often decked out in matching sci-fi T-shirts like a krautrock beach volleyball team, are masters of merging flesh and diode. Earlier albums have sounded like a bunch of twitchy cyborgs playing rootsy rock’n’roll tunes, or a load of ’50s Link Wray licks and ’90s Beta […]
Digital B became the ruling production house in the musical revolution that swept through Jamaica from the mid-80’s onwards with a le-thal selection of dancehall weapons and chartbusting reggae hits. X-Tra Wicked gathers many of his best-ever productions from those heady times when specialist stores were awash with 7″ singles, freshly arrived […]
Originally released in 1975, “None A Jah Jah Children” joins two classic albums “Rastafari” and “Kibir-Am-Lak” together. Produced by Tommy Cowan in the 1970’s, the two-disc 2018 release includes bonus vocal tracks and four dubs re-mastered by Kevin Metcalfe. Including title track “None a Jah Jah Children’, Birds in the […]
Lords Of The Underground (L.O.T.U.G.) is a hip-hop trio consisting of Newark, New Jersey’s MC’s Mr. Funke, Dupré “Doitall” Kelly and Cleveland-native DJ Lord Jazz who met while still at University.
For the past two years, Nils Frahm has been building a brand new studio in Berlin to make his 7th studio album titled All Melody, which will be released on January 26th, 2018 via Erased Tapes, before Nils embarks on his first world tour since 2015.
While it would be incorrect to say that all of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club‘s albums are borne out of tragedy and trial, it often feels that way. In 2010, lead singer/bassist Robert Levon Been lost his father, the Call singer (and BRMC sound engineer) Michael Been, to a heart attack, mere months after the release of Beat the Devil’s […]
The Mississippi MC’s ambitious third album is split between his stage persona and private life—the first half opens with “Big K.R.I.T.”; the second, “Justin Scott.” Fittingly, K.R.I.T.’s Southern rap purism is at its most personal here: “Price of Fame” explores the disconnect between success and true happiness. But the mood […]
Spanning the past thirty years and counting, the Agathocles discography is one of the most extensive in all of grindcore and, more broadly, the entire extreme music underground. With fourteen full-length albums and several hundred EPs, split releases, and live albums, the band is rivaled by few others in terms […]
Groove Dis Exclusive. The 3rd of three albums representing a snapshot of the Icelandic producer’s archive, as selected by TRIP label head NINA KRAVIZ. This 12-track album consists of more cinematic electronics and restrained instrumentation, with the occasional foray into more upbeat techno tracks. (TRIP)
Groove Dis Exclusive. A 3-tracker of cerebral dub techno and ambient drone. Three brand new songs, including “EXPLORING THE NORTH”, “PINEWOOD LODGE”, and “SHOT POINT”. (SOMA)
Groove Dis Exclusive. This 3-tracker of cerebral dub techno includes the songs “FARGO”, “CMOS THERAPY” (from recent album “ULTRAVIOLET MUSIC”), and “NIGHT SONG”. Pressed on colored vinyl. Repressed due to huge demand!
Groove Dis Exclusive. One of the funkiest drummers of all time, SOUL BROTHER reissues this 1977 jazz-funk classic on wax once again. Seven crucial tracks that have been sampled by DRAKE, JAMIROQUAI, LUPE FIASCO, 2 PAC, NOTORIOUS BIG, EMINEM, NAS, MOODYMANN & more. An influential work for generations to come!
Groove Dis Exclusive. Limited repress. SOUL BROTHER reissues the band’s second album from 1974, a funky soul classic that has become one of the most sampled albums of all time. “ASHLEY’S ROACHCLIP” was used by ERIC B & RAKIM, LL COOL J, RUN DMC, and LIL WAYNE, other songs sampled […]