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Kamaal Williams
New Heights / Snitches Brew

New EP from our big broken-beat jazz talent Kamaal Williams. After his success with Yussef Kamaal, producer Henry Wu delivers a follow-up to this year’s the Return. Snitches Brew boasts some genre-defying shredding from virtuoso Mansur Brown, whereas New Heights promises to be more of a spaced-out hiphop affair. Limited supply: buy now or face eternal regret.
  • Vinyl 12" (BFR003)
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  • Limited edition
  • Last copy
  • Artist(s):
  • Kamaal Williams

Kamaal Williams
The Return

Yussef Kamaal may have disbanded, but Henry Wu continues to fly the flag as Kamaal Williams. For the first LP released under his given name we see Williams behind the keys in a jazz fusion trio that brings together the visionary aesthetic of the YK output with the sounds of new London jazz and the shuffling grooves of the Wu project. Out via the new Black Focus records, a label named after YK’s sole full-length.
  • Vinyl LP (BFR001LP)
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  • Last copy
  • CD (BFR001CD)

Henry Wu
Good Morning Peckham

Bradley Zero’s Rhythm Section (FYI Chris, Mallard) drop another EP of jazzy house that you could take home to meet your mum. Their millionth release to contain a reference to Peckham comes courtesy of long-time friend of the label Henry Wu. He proves himself a deft and versatile arranger across the six tracks of Good Morning Peckham, balancing a knack for jazz harmony with instrumental choices that take in house, disco, two-step and more. ‘Croydon Depot’, which sounds like a collaboration between Tricky and Motor City Drum Ensemble, is particularly nice.