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Gerstaffelen - The Old Villagers
Gerstaffelen - The Old Villagers
Mysterious producer Gerstaffelen here debuts on Dutch label MOS Deep with The Old Villagers, a four track EP of grainy analogue house. If you've heard label boss Aroy Dee DJ recently you may well have heard one of the tracks, which has already proven a success on knowing dancefloors around Europe. The title track opens things up at a mid tempo house pace. It's a dense, multi-layered track with plenty of squiggly synths, bobbling analogue basslines and radiant pads. 'Game On Major' is slightly more frenzied, with dusty hi hats looping over fairly frenzied synth sounds and some hints of acid are buried deep within this hazy sound world. 'Little Green Munchkin Men' gets even more unhinged and techno leaning with the sounds of various analogue machines all meshing together into a nebulous brew of off killer melody and curious metal hooks, before last track 'When The Mind Stops' brings a bit of raw old school house flavour to the table. The beats jack, some muffled vocals add an important human element and like everything on the EP the track invites you to lose your shit in the most beguiling of ways.
by LN-CC
$11.00  
Marcos Valle - S/T
Marcos Valle - S/T
This wonderful 1970 LP was Marcos Valle's seventh release and was a transitional one for him. He had returned to Brazil from the US several years before, and was developing a new approach to songwriting and recording, here Valle recruited the hot new psych-rock band Som Imaginário to back him up, while also availing himself of the in-house orchestra that EMI-Odeon Records had at their studio in those days. As a result, the album ping-pongs between a funky-psych-rock element and the sort of lush orchestration reminiscent of '40s Hollywood. The latter, intriguingly, is what caught Kanye West's ear and led him to sample 'Ele e Ela' for Jay-Z's 'Thank You.' This Light in the Attic reissue is everything the album has always deserved, with copious liner notes contextualizing the work, and lyrics transcribed and translated. Need more? 'Freio Aerodinâmico' is nothing less than the genesis of Stereolab, 'Os Grilos' is a unique rock-fuzz-dub arrangement of one of Valle's best-known songs, and the album-closing nine-minute instrumental 'Suite Imaginária' is guaranteed to thrill acolytes of David Axelrod.
by LN-CC
$25.00  
Two Sunsets - Katy Komatsu
Two Sunsets - Katy Komatsu
Liverpool's Two Sunsets have steadily been attaining rave reviews locally following the quickfire selling out of their debut 45 "Venetian Skies" (also on The GPS earlier in the year) and especially off the back of advance listens to the great "Katy Komatsu" here. With mastering and production from Sonic Boom, the A side is a gorgeously melodic, hazy summer pop gem, occasionally haunting with hooks to die for, this one's as pretty much perfect a slice of out of focus, summer psych as it gets. Both tunes here have a feel uniquely their own- the B side especially, "Searchlights" feels like the backdrop to some late summer psychedelic fairground soundtrack, which under Sonic Boom's tutorage takes on an air of half speed slow motion comedown. Just gorgeous and coupled with the GPS eye for packaging (linen card sleeve, sticker and split duo tone half clear / half blue wax) makes this one pretty much an essential 45. Released as a hand numbered edition of 400 on 7" vinyl only.
by LN-CC
$7.00  
Expo 70 - Filer A L'Anglaise
Expo 70 - Filer A L'Anglaise
Next up on Deep Distance following a full sold out back catalogue thus far (Kosmonaut / JD Emmanuel / Kohn etc) is the long promised mighty new EXPO 70 full length. Released as a pressing of 500 only on mauve, red and black splatter wax with embossed DD insert. The LP features 3 extended jams from the latter days of the working relationship between mainman Justin Wright and Matt Hill (prior to his wonderful recordings under the 'Umberto' moniker). Recently unearthed by Justin specifically for this vinyl release (although watch out for an extended version for cassette only later) the set starts with the wonderful zoned out pulse of "Acerbic Lament" interspersed by JW's piercing guitar tones and textures. "Winter of Discontent" is more organic, otherworldly and in places reminiscent of some of the early Popol Vuh catalogue. The reverse features the epic sidelong "Ceremony of the Blind", constituting 3 parts and to these ears represents one of the finest sides to the huge Expo 70 catalogue. A compelling cosmic soundscape punctuated by evolving waves of carefully constructed synth and guitar drone with flurries of percussive pulse, particularly on the closing section "Eternal The Night". Another essential addition to the ever growing Expo 70 collection- a one off pressing on gorgeous coloured wax with 2 inserts in awesome JW designed sleeve, expected to sell out quickly.
by LN-CC
$17.00  
Ultramarine - This Time Last Year
Ultramarine - This Time Last Year
'This Time Last Year' is the sixth album by UK electronic duo Ultramarine (Ian Cooper & Paul Hammond), and their first full-length release for 15 years. Featuring all-new material and recorded in the band's isolated studio on the edge of the Essex marshes, the album ebbs and flows in mood like the nearby Blackwater estuary. Working with a palette of vintage drum machines, analogue synths, textural samples, acoustic recordings, electric bass & heavily treated guitar, the songs were born out of captured live studio performances. Cooper and Hammond then rewired their initial sketches through a series of hands-on, lo-fi effects chains, blurring the edges between acoustic and electronic elements. The result is an organic, playful feel, leaving the music room to breathe and carrying distinct echoes of the band's previous work.
by LN-CC
$22.00  
Jeancy - You Turn Me On
Jeancy - You Turn Me On
Canada's Invisible City returns with more surprises from music's deleted history. Side A features Jeancy's 'U Turn me On', an 808 driven Haitian-Canadian dubbed out disco boogie anthem that's sure to drive crowds manic. Side B features two spoken word cult future classics by the mysterious Hawaiin mystic Astarius.'Ancient Times Part 1 and 2' are both hypnotic affirming mantras, soaked in reverb and twisted in pitch. It's sure to melt brains into a dervish twirl.
by LN-CC
$23.00  
Shocks IV
Shocks IV
Here lies the final chapter in the first testament of Shocks, and as with the previous three releases, we're granted no mercy. A-side tracks 'Trajl' and 'Contagious' are a full fledged assaults on the psyche, taunting with just enough melody to convince us of musicality, but never really rising from of the swamp they're stewed in. Featuring plenty of, ahem, stereo dimensionalism, 'Trajl' provide a tripped out cosmic house chug - perfect for that A Love From Outer Space dancefloor. 'Contagious' shuffles across the room with an ethno tribal feel - Jon Hassle style sinuous trumpet lines, top note chimes and a continuous head-nodding groove. Droning, drifting ambient psych B-side cut 'Klámata' could be seen as a comedown after all that chugging, but provides the perfect counterpoint.
by LN-CC
$8.00  
Nirosta Steel - Some Say
Nirosta Steel - Some Say
Wilde Calm Records is proud to present "Some Say," a recently discovered song from the archive of Arthur Russell. The track was produced and mixed by Arthur in 1985 for a solo project of Steven Hall's that was originally intended for release on Rough Trade Records. Legendary disco producer Bob Blank recorded and engineered the project at his Connecticut-based studio. Steven now records under the name Nirosta Steel. The B-side features an extended rework of "Some Say" by Pocketknife using Arthur's BOSS Dr. Rhythm DR-55.
by LN-CC
$8.00  
Vick Lavender Feat Diviniti - Let It Go
Vick Lavender Feat Diviniti - Let It Go
Following the summer-sizzled 'LOVE Song' comes another smooth soul schooling from Victor Lavender. Smoking keys and a lolloping bassline set the scene as Diviniti's vocals cause a spell-binding ear roadblock to great effect. For something deeper and more percussive jump on ReelSoul's drum-heavy instrumental while Josh Milan Honeycomb extends the soul aspects and injects a tiny bit of jazz to recipe giving it a confident MAW-like polish. '1929' completes the set with more jazzed out leanings thanks to the dreamy keys and piano work, tied together neatly with a funky squidgy bassline and subtle percussion elements.
by LN-CC
$11.00  
Rune Lindbaek and Oyvind Blikstad - North
Rune Lindbaek and Oyvind Blikstad - North
Rune Lindbaek returns after a short hiatus with his first release on his own Drum Island imprint since 2013's 'Krasava' LP, and it's a total beauty. Teaming up with recent LP collaborator Oyvind Blikstad on 'North', Rune proves beyond all doubt that he's the master of the Scando-Med groove, marrying icy melodies and glacial Norse chords with tropical polyrhythms and sunny guitars. The melancholic tone of previous single 'Wonder' is still there, but with song structure left behind, 'North' has all the space it needs to bloom into a string filled epic you can lose yourself in completely.
by LN-CC
$13.00  
Ghosts on Tape - No Guestlist
Ghosts on Tape - No Guestlist
When San Francisco's ICEE HOT launched its own record label last fall with a new record from Ghosts On Tape (one of the party's founders), there was a lot of talk about how quiet he's been in recent years. Now, a mere nine months later, that's all changed. Following the release of 'Nature's Law,' Ghosts On Tape has been on an absolute tear, dropping numerous remixes and turning out new tunes at a blinding clip. At this point, he's built up a solid reserve of dance floor weapons, and ICEE HOT is thrilled to begin unleashing it upon the world. 'No Guestlist' is the first salvo, and it's an absolute stormer. Combining the brash spirit of classic Chicago with Ghosts On Tape's drum-heavy sensibilities, the much sought-after tune has been lighting up ICEE HOT for months and is poised to do some major damage. The producer's own 'Underground Mix' takes things deeper, albeit while keeping the sass of the original version intact. Finnish producer Arttu has also been enlisted to remix 'No Guestlist,' and kicks off the b-side with a playful and light-hearted take that employs snapping drum patterns and gleefully lilting melodies. Rounding out the record is another Ghosts On Tape original, 'Still Got the Feeling,' a darker, slower burning cut that reflects just how effective he can be when experimenting with a more techno-flavoured template.
by LN-CC
$8.00  
Boardwalk - I'm To Blame
Boardwalk - I'm To Blame
In the Summer of 2012, Boardwalk duo Mike Edge and Amber Quintero were introduced by mutual friends in Los Angeles. Although both were involved in different musical projects (Mike contributing his musical and production know-how, Amber contributing her vocal ability), an undeniable creative chemistry made itself present between the two within a short time of introduction. This chemistry sparked a curiosity that could only be satiated by a collaboration of minds. The creative compatibility test came one day on an impromptu road trip. The elements involved were basic yet obligatory: a guy, a girl, a car, the open road. The trip yielded the birth of the unique sound that is Boardwalk. Featuring analog sounds and vocal melodies over dreamy instrumental layers, this 7" features the tracks "I'm To Blame" and "Crying" from their forthcoming debut self-titled album on Stones Throw.
by LN-CC
$10.00  
Art of Tones - The Same Thing EP
Art of Tones - The Same Thing EP
In 2011 when Mad Mats and Tooli went to Sonar Festival in Barcelona they met Ludovic Llorca aka Art Of Tones outside a club. Little did they know back then that two years later on they would release a 12' together. The Same Thing EP opens with the title track and kicks pretty damn sweet with it's strong vocal, the guitar, bass and rhodes jamming on top of a tight groove, there's also a dub version included on the b-side. Last but not least, The Great Sgatmi is a jazzy and bumpy house take with lot's of samples perfectly balanced.
by LN-CC
$11.00  
Gnod Shit and Shine Collision
Gnod Shit and Shine Collision
Realistically it was only a matter of time before Gnod and Shit & Shine shared a slab of vinyl together, and it only seems fitting that this 'meeting of minds' is the latest instalment of Rocket Recordings Collisions series, following splits by The Heads/White Hills and Oneida/Mugstar. The first track to kick off this Collisions is Shitting through the eye of a needle in a haystack by the mighty Gnod. For the uninitiated, Gnod are an ever changing collective from Manchester that centres around four key members, who have been exploring and pushing repetitive experimentation through the filters of kraut, drone, space rock and industrial rave for several years now. Rightly earning themselves the title of one of 'the best live bands in UK right now'. This track see's Gnod replace their usual live drumming with drum machines. Mixing heavy sounding rhythms with the heavy echo and studio effects of dub. The track recalls the great 'This Heat' and 'PIL' as well as the Wax Tracks bands of the late 80's and the post dub-step sounds of artists like 'Shackleton', while still remaining entirely all Gnod. Next up is Shit & Shine with their track Ladies Circles. Shit & Shine have been disembowelling the underground music scene for several years now with impressive albums on labels such as Riot Season, Load, Southern etc. Originally based in UK now in Texas USA, Shit & Shine like Gnod is an ever changing beast that means you are never quite sure what you are going to get. For this Collisions LP, which is their first release for Rocket, they have delivered possibly one their finest tracks to date.
by LN-CC
$25.00  
Mutado Pintado - Peasant Vitality Vol 1
Mutado Pintado - Peasant Vitality Vol 1
Peasant Vitality marks their first vinyl release with a three track EP from Trans-Atlantic musician/vocalist Mutado Pintado, featuring: "I Kill What I Eat" a bass driven dark electronic vocal track that was featured on Tom Robinson's BBC6 Music's best of the BBC Introducing show and has been championed by taste makers DJ Cherrystones and Gill Mills. "PUSH" a pounding 606 beat and heavy vocal that flirts with both Hip-Hop and experimental Electro with the signature twisted Pintado vocal and instrumental improvisations inspired by the cult classic movie "Black Devil Doll From Hell." "Patience The Wheel" is collaboration between composer/pianist Jonathan Dryden who has recorded/performed with everyone from David Byrne to Herbie Hancock and is a Waits esq whisky soaked tale of waking up in unknown places with unrecognizable faces. Featured on artist/photographer Alex Sebley's short film "The Wood
by LN-CC
$11.00  
Frederick - Episode of Love
Frederick - Episode of Love
The mysterious Frederick is a rapidly-rising star, already recording for the likes of Restless Soul, Soul Free, Fifty Fathoms Deep and Local Talk and 'Episode of Love' is a sneaky preview of just what to expect from his debut album coming in 2014. "Episode of Love" in its original version is an exquisite slice of slo-mo house hypnotica whose tempo belies its laser-guided effectiveness on the dancefloor. A four note call and response horn-like synth pattern blasts over a chugging low-down acid house rhythm with Linn drums supplying electro-disco-dub echoes. Miseriedits first remixers Hot Lunch take the track to the low countries circa '87. On the flip Sean Johnston takes a moment from strutting the spaceways with Commander Weatherall to turn in yet another superb remix as Hardway Bros. Taking the track up through the gears and adding a drop of acid in the punch, in 1989 they'd have called it hypno-house. One that'll have you wringing the sweat out of that smiley t-shirt after some energetic dancing.
by LN-CC
$10.00  
TM404 - Svans EP
TM404 - Svans EP
TM404 aka Andreas Tilliander drops his first EP, after the celebrated debut album from earlier this year. TM404 is a project where Andreas Tilliander embarks on a conceptual journey through classic Roland machinery. In February we saw the light of his first album under the moniker and it is probably one of the best albums this year. Since then Andreas has toured the world with his huge bag of Roland gear, finally landing a gig at Richie Hawtins Enter club concept at Ibiza. This is no wonder. On the A-side of the Svans EP you can clearly hear the connection to Richie and his Plastikman project. The track 303/303/303/606/606 is heavy, slow grooving techno that brings the listener back to the dark emptiness of the Plastikman Consumed era. On the b-side the TM404 project is allowed elevated to new levels. With a Yamaha SY-1 and a Yamaha TG33 entering the machine park, TM404 for the first time, breaks his Roland oath and opens up the project to a future of new possibilities. During the development of the Svans EP this track actually went under the working title 'the summer hit'. Take a listen to the fine bassline, airy production and the Selected Ambient Works-inspired harmonies and sounds and you will know why. Welcome to over 12 minutes of pure old school bliss. To be played really loud on a very good soundsystem.
by LN-CC
$11.00  
Tiago - Interzona 4
Tiago - Interzona 4
For his fourth outing Tiago treads an arguably more experimental path, and using Sem Titulo (Untitled in Portuguese) on three of the cuts here only adds to the mysterious nature of the sonic treats within. Present, as always are the deft rhythm sections and powerful arrangements, as subtle elements of Disco, Techno & New Wave provide the bedrock for his trademark off kilter melodies and soundscaping. The darker underbelly of club life may well be the inspiration, but the mood and execution are pure Tiago! Another beauty then from this outstanding, diverse and incomparable imprint.
by LN-CC
$10.00  
Model 500 - Digital Solutions
Model 500 - Digital Solutions
Digital Solutions is a culmination of a 35 year relationship with music production for the mastermind behind Model 500, techno pioneer Juan Atkins. Marking the 30th Anniversary for the first label in a genre that has taken over on a global scale, Digital Solutions is only the second full length album ever to be released on the seminal cornerstone of dance music, Metroplex Records. Definitive Detroit is what the world has come to expect from Atkins, and this selection of tracks delivers just that. Exploring both electro and straight four on the floor, Digital Solutions gives a glimpse into what will be deemed a blueprint for the next 30 years. Model 500 and Metroplex welcome you to the future with Digital Solutions.
by LN-CC
$25.00  
Marcos Valle Vento Sui
Marcos Valle Vento Sui
During the hot Brazilian summer of 1971, Marcos and Paulo Sergio Valle, along with their significant others and six additional couples, rented a few modest fisherman shacks in the small village of Búzios to escape from Rio's more populated beaches. The focus was making music and soul searching, as was the practice for affluent young hippies back then. They stayed for two months. "I wanted to go in a new direction," says Marcos looking back. "I wanted to try out a rock influence and to risk a little bit more." Shifting away from the studio musicians used on 1971's Garra, Vento Sul (translation "South Wind") was a rewarding collaboration with Brazilian progressive rockers O Terço. Originally released in 1972, Vento Sul not only channeled the Búzios beach bum vibe, but also manifested a floating dream like psychedelic sound. Any way you spin it, we at Light In The Attic are extremely proud to present Vento Sul as part of our four-album Marcos Valle reissue campaign. Consisting of an ambitious string of early 1970s landmark studio sessions (sympathetic in spirit to Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye's game changing work from the same era) and released on CD and LP, Vento Sul (including a rare bonus track on the CD version) features extensive liner notes by San Francisco-based writer Allen Thayer (Wax Poetics) with exclusive interview content and song-by-song breakdown from Marcos himself. Fans new and old will finally have easy breezy access to these once hard-to-find Brazilian classics. Elevated by a strong union between Valle and O Terço, Vento Sul's magical spell of an album is a welcome addition to any South American friendly record collection and sits proudly with the best of Brazil.
by LN-CC
$25.00  
Lord of The Isles - Galaxy Near You
Lord of The Isles - Galaxy Near You
It's been nearly two years since the shadowy Lord Of The Isles began his own Little Strong imprint, and though this is only the second release on the label the man's been far from idle. With releases on ENE Japan, Phonica, and the Firecracker offshoots Unthank and Shevchenko, to name but a few, his name has earned plaudits from connoisseurs across the planet. Now he reappears with a package of delights showcasing still more of his signature sound, which simultaneously manages to evoke both colourful tropical climes and barren northern landscapes. 'Timeless' is a much misused word, but here it is truly applicable with the likes of 'Ossian's Hall' calling to mind ancient folk melodies and rhythms, post rave sunrise soundtracks, and utopian future visions. Meditative synth passages which are fast becoming the Lord's forte are present once more also, with 'Fey Folk' and 'Xatsiv' providing the calm which is so welcome in this world of quick fix rhythm tracks. Finally, 'Nustron' exists in that zone between the outer and inner worlds, between the dancefloor and the sofa, both very fine places to find oneself.
by LN-CC
$11.00  
Autonomous Africa Vol 2
Autonomous Africa Vol 2
Many of the problems Africa faces are a result of outside interference by other countries, and as the 21st century progresses we will see the continued pillage of African resources to feed the global capitalist machine on an unprecedented scale. Corrupt and greedy regimes gladly sell their land and mineral wealth to finance their own extravagant lifestyles while the vast majority of ordinary people see little or no improvement in their own lives. An autonomous Africa run by the people for the people, where African land is predominantly used to feed African people and Africa's vast wealth of resources is used to benefit the people of Africa seems the only logical way forward. Autonomous Africa's goal is to highlight this message and here presents to you 4 tracks of African inspired grooves.
by LN-CC
$10.00  
Sven Weisemann - Inner Motions
Sven Weisemann - Inner Motions
Beautiful second album by Weisemann. Inner Motions he is focussing more on emotional club compatible tracks but does not lose sight of the demanding home listener at all. Over the course of 12 songs Sven excels with his very own trademark sound, the sound that became a big and important part of the unique Mojuba universe since it beginning in 2005 and was so inspiring for many people in the years to follow. Inner Motions tells a beautiful and adventurous story and makes you feel welcome right away. The plot of the album is inspired by electronic music's classic and timeless albums of the early and mid 90s and so every little track plays an important role to serve the album concept as whole listening experience! Even the recent other musical explorations by Sven Weisemann under various pseudonyms like Desolate, Phidias or Jouem can also be found reverberating in this oeuvre.
by LN-CC
$35.00  
Vidal Benjamin presents Disco Sympathie
Vidal Benjamin presents Disco Sympathie
This October, the compilation Disco Sympathy will be released on Versatile. It's author is Vidal Benjamin, an outstanding DJ / digger, considered by his pals as one of the most brilliant in his category. And that says a lot! Here he makes us rediscover the sound that was so characteristic of a certain early eighties French scene: wacky, happy, dancing and at times even poetic. One begins to travel through an era during which the French producers were not afraid to tackle disco, American boogie, British and German synth wave, to present us their version: French, poppy and above all, fun. As a prelude, before releasing the compilation, Versatile has released this 45 rpm maxi, on which every track has undergone an editing treatment by mysterious French producers: Jean-Marc Misère (last sighted somewhere near London), DJ Ringardos (who, since his last Versatile release in 2008, chose Roman exile), ALT (already spotted on the Edits Du Golem and on the US label Black Disco), and of course Vidal Benjamin himself, accompanied by Gilbert Cohen - the boss.
by LN-CC
$13.00  
Levon Vincent - Levon Vincent
Levon Vincent - Levon Vincent
Levon Vincent returns with his most ambitious yet concise work to date: no less than a quadruple LP on his own imprint Novel Sound. The entire gamut of Levon's unique talent is expressed in it's fullest here: stark minimalism adherent to the the groove - submerged industrial rhythms and flexing, dubbed-out basslines - shimmering leads and beautiful melody. Set to be an instant classic, Levon Vincent's self-titled opus is finally upon us.
by LN-CC
$36.00  
Manabu Nagayama & Soichi Terada - Low Tension
Manabu Nagayama & Soichi Terada - Low Tension
Utopia Records is the anticipated new label project by Alexander Bradley in collaboration with Soho record store Phonica, set to unearth a diverse range of music, from official re-releases and remastering of obscurities to contemporary and cutting edge club and home listening music. he First release comes in the form of an essential ambient Japanese house track by Legendary producers Manabu Nagayama and Soichi Terada. This highly sought after version of Low Tension originally released on the 'La Ronde' EP on BPM Records Japan in 1991, has been remastered for single release for the first time.
by LN-CC
$13.00  
High Road - Red Motorbike
High Road - Red Motorbike
Red Motorbike has been a handsome vehicle for Eddie's own, ever-essential output, alongside some specially selected collaborators across nine glorious releases. Here, the head honcho rides out again, accompanied by the nearest and dearest from the label family for a full length compilation LP. So get your motor running and prepare for a sunlit trip down the coastal 'High Road' as we get treated to a one-off, double vinyl celebration of all the label stands for.
by LN-CC
$11.00  
Gruppo Di Improvvisazione - Musica Su Schemi
Gruppo Di Improvvisazione - Musica Su Schemi
In the early 1970s, Franco Evangelisti, a collective of Italian composers that included Ennio Morricone on trumpet. He aspired to revolutionize composition through group improvisation and like their peer, Karlheinz Stockhausen musique concrte, aleatory (controlled chance) techniques and early electronic music. One significant influence in the studio was their use of chess to define key parameters of their music. Musica Su Schemi is unpredictable, fluid and always marked by a tension between the performers and their conscious rejection of traditional forms.
by LN-CC
$22.00  
Frak - Matador EP
Frak - Matador EP
The Matador EP sees Frak returning for a fifth White label release on the excellent Kontra Music label. Although this record struggles to capture the pure mania of a Frak live performance, which involves green jackets, tinfoil masks and a table full of vintage hardware, it is, like their other Kontra white labels, filled with skewed analogue techno. Both 'Raw Space' and 'Kom Deluxe' display the trio's ability to constructing thick, mid-tempo acid tracks filled with dub textures while the furious bassline and manic melody of 'Fragmentus' and maddening three note structure of 'Acid Colour' show them at their most unhinged.
by LN-CC
$11.00  
Headman and Robi Insinna - 6 EP III
Headman and Robi Insinna - 6 EP III
Following on from '6 EPI' and '6 EPII 'vinyl exclusives, 6 EP lll is a full digital release with 200 vinyl copies and artwork specially screen printed by RELISH label head Robi Insinna. The release has 3 remixes by Manfredas, Alejandro Paz, Shift Work and Reworks and Dubs by Headman/ Robi Insinna. Manfredas, who released his single last year on Ivan Smagghes LDdlm, remixes 'WORK'. The additional lyrics are by Autarkic an upcomig singer / producer from Tel Aviv who is part of the Red Axes stable. Shift Work a new London based electronic project, who made their debut on Optimo Music, remix 'SLEEP RED!' They've been described as 'Machine music for hypno dance floors and home listening trance outs'. Alejandro Paz of Mathias Aguayo's Comemé label who has released tracks such as 'Duro', remixes 'TAKE ME TO THE TOP.' The remix reflects his raw dance floor approach whilst adding rhythm and groove to the original.
by LN-CC
$44.00  
The Kramford Look - Bip Bip Bip
The Kramford Look - Bip Bip Bip
This strictly limited edition 10" vinyl LP (100 copies for the UK & Eire) from The Kramford Look picks up where the debut release, '1970', left off. The Franco-English duo are back with a psychological journey full of romance and drama. Again the emphasis is on vintage instruments and live performance. Exploitation movie soundtrack influences are seamlessly mixed with classical composition in a way that never falls into pastiche. ,
by LN-CC
$21.00  
Nick Nicely Wrottersley Road EP
Nick Nicely Wrottersley Road EP
The latest Emotional Response release provides something very special indeed, in the form of a new track from under the radar psychedelic rock musician Nick Nicely. Nicely has been making music from the 70s onwards, but his music has recently undergone something of a critical reappraisal, with the likes of Robert Wyatt and Robyn Hitchcock supposedly inspired by his work, 'Wrottersley Road' provides the ideal entry into his music, a masterful piece of shoegaze pop filled with fuzzed out guitars and Eastern psychedelic tones. Remixes are provided by Invisible Hands, who deliver a minimal 80s inspired electro-pop version, which comes saturated in radiophonic textures, and The Oscillation, who take the track into even more abstract ambient territory than the original, deep into a place where time seems to stand still entirely, drawing its rich textures out into infinity.
by LN-CC
$12.00  
Mind Fair - Down Town Nubian EP
Mind Fair - Down Town Nubian EP
Following some very well received releases on International Feel & Rogue Cat, Dean Meredith & Ben Shenton's MIND FAIR deliver their best work yet on the mighty Golf Channel. Four superb tracks of loosely assembled and live workouts, ranging from Psych-Funk, to the superb pulsing, European jam of Wrong Wire to more avant-garde explorations. Beautifully fusing vintage synths, live instrumentation and an expert ear for dynamic arrangements.
by LN-CC
$13.00  
Sean Dixon - Warehouse EP
Sean Dixon - Warehouse EP
Killer tracks by Sean Dixon on this brand new label split between Stockholm and York, homes of the two artists on this first release. Despite the label name, this is far from being the final chapter, simply the beginning of a new collaboration to push raw club tracks and machine tones inspired by Chicago House and Detroit Techno. And btw not to forgot our favourite Perseus Traxx contributes as well. Full force, full quality electronic music, plain and simple.
by LN-CC
$8.00  
Beau Wanzer
Beau Wanzer
Chicago's Beau Wanzer known for his work with Mutant Beat Dance and Streetwalker makes his debut on L.I.E.S. with his first solo EP. Wanzer who has been involved in the underbelly of American electronic music for many years, cut his teeth working at Magas' now defunct Weekend Records and Soap. Through that time Wanzer constantly worked on music amassing a sizeable studio where he worked in various electronic strains creating an impressive body of work. These tracks come from different points of his career and are stripped down functional pieces made for the DJ even if that was not their initial intention.
by LN-CC
$11.00  
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