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GoGo Penguin
Garden Dog Barbecue / Hopopono

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Kamaal Williams
Wu Hen

Peckham’s Kamaal Williams returns with his second album, Wu Hen. Williams’ refers to his own music as Wu Funk - a mix of jazz, rap, R&B and funk underpinned by jungle, grime, garage and house beats. This time out he’s added an expansive widescreen feel with strings arranged by Miguel Atwood-Ferguson (Ray Charles, Dr. Dre, Flying Lotus, Mary J. Blige etc) and some sax from virtuoso player Quinn Mason. 
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Originally released in 1983 on a private pressing, and now a prized item among collectors, Quintessence was the solitary album from North Carolina’s short-lived funk and soul outfit JPQ (Jimmy Person Quintet). Full of delicious basslines, tight yet fluid grooves and strong vocals, it now gets a first ever re-issue on vinyl courtesy of Tidal Waves Music. 
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The Piccolo - Tender Plays Tubby

British producer and multi-instrumentalist Tenderlonius delivers this outstanding mini-collection of four tracks from jazz icon Tubby Hayes, in tribute to one of the 22a founder's formative influences. The Piccolo - Tender Plays Tubby EP features performances from a number of today’s finest jazz musicians. 

Bobbi Humphrey
Blacks and Blues

A classic jazz-funk wedge gets reissued by Blue Note. Bobbi Humphrey is the name on the front of 1973's Blacks And Blues, and her sprightly flute playing and confident leadership gives these soulful, strutting fusion pieces the chutzpah they need to shine. However, the success of Blacks And Blues owes much to both Humphrey’s band and producers The Mizell Brothers - one half of whom (Larry Mizell) composed these numbers.

Adrian Younge & Ali Shaheed Muhammad
Jazz Is Dead

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Theon Cross / Pokus
Candace of Meroe / Pokus One

Kaleidoscope is an album on the Soul Jazz label, showcasing the wealth of talent in the burgeoning new UK jazz scene. Here we have a one-off pressing of a 12” released alongside the album featuring a track each by tuba player and composer, Theon Cross and Pokus who feature members of Ill Considered and Dave De Rose of Agile Experiment. .

Sharhabil Ahmed
The King Of Sudanese Jazz

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Albert Ayler
New Grass

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Sentenced To Love

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Lianne La Havas
Lianne La Havas

After an absence of five years, Lianne La Havas soared back into our collective consciousness at the start of 2020 with a great comeback single and memorable live show at the Barbican. Events have obviously prevented her from more performances, but her third, self-titled studio album is due to arrive before the year is out, made entirely on her own terms and exploring soul, R&B and jazz territories. 

Laurence Pike

Inspired by the appalling fires that recently ravaged his homeland of Australia, Prophecy is the third album in as many years from percussionist and composer Laurence Pike. Again utilising his one-take approach for maximum spontaneity, it’s a record that eerily reflects the world’s current predicaments. 
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Kaleidoscope - New Spirits Known and Unknown

You can always trust a Soul Jazz compilation and Kaleidoscope – New Spirits Known and Unknown is no different. You may be forgiven for think that jazz was invented in London in about 2017 such is the excitement over a treasure trove of new artists in recent years. This compilation seeks to present to you the best bits from deep jazz cuts to wilful experimentation to deep soul. Comes with extensive liner notes and photos. A good as any a place to begin your discovery. 

Zara McFarlane
Songs of an Unknown Tongue

Gilles Peterson’s Brownswood imprint presents Songs of an Unknown Tongue, the fourth studio album from Zara McFarlane. A prominent member of Britain’s burgeoning jazz scene, McFarlane’s latest record explores her Jamaican heritage via a futuristic sonic range co-produced with South London artists Kwake Bass and Wu-lu. 

Jon Benjamin
Well, I Should Have...*

Comic actor Jon Benjamin set out to make a jazz album with him playing the piano, despite the fact that he didn’t know how to play the piano. Well I Should Have…* features Scott Kreitzer on sax, David Finck on bass, and Jonathan Peretz on drums. It also features fellow comic actors Aziz Ansari and Kristen Schaal guesting on the track Deal With The Devil. On Sub Pop.

The Allergies
Say The Word

Hot off the back of the Radio 6-playlisted success that was ‘Felony’ comes the fourth studio album from The Allergies. Just like their previous efforts, Say The Word is a kinetic mixture of chunky hip-hop beats, fluid funk and consistent grooves that arrives in time to brighten a blighted summer. 

Gil Scott-Heron
I'm New Here (10th Anniversary Expanded Edition)

Gil Scott-Heron released I’m New Here in 2010. It sadly turned out to be the legendary musician and poet’s final album. The album at least matches his previous work in terms of boundary-pushing and musical quality, so it's well deserving of a 10th anniversary reissue. This version comes with a previously unreleased cut from the original sessions and a cover of Handsome Johnny, originally by Richie Havens, which turned out to be the last song Scott-Heron ever recorded. There’s a bunch of other rare tracks dating from the original album sessions too. 

Poppy Ajudha / Skinny Pelembe
Watermelon Man / Illusion

Here we have a 7” featuring two tracks from the forthcoming Blue Note: Reimagined album on which modern artists take on jazz classics. Side one sees the intoxicating vocals of Poppy Ajudah adorn her version of Herbie Hancock’s Watermelon Man whilst on side two we have South African indie kid Skinny Pelembe reinterpreting Illusion, originally by American pianist Andrew Hill.

Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers
Just Coolin'

A real treat for Jazz fans here. Just Coolin’ by Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers is an unreleased album, recorded in 1959. The Jazz Messengers line-up here featured Lee Morgan on Trumpet, Bobby Timmons on Piano, Jymie Merritt on bass and Hank Mobley on Tenor Sax who took over, albeit briefly, from Bobby Golson, before Wayne Shorter joined the band. 

Little Axe
Bought for a Dollar, Sold for a Dime

A first-ever vinyl release for Bought For A Dollar, Sold For A Dime, the sixth studio album from Little Axe, the recording moniker of guitarist Skip McDonald. It was originally released on CD only back in 2010 on Peter Gabriel’s Realworld label (after demo versions had seen the light of day two years before), and sees the former Sugarhill Gang backing musician team up with legendary producer Adrian Sherwood. 

Little Axe
Stone Cold Ohio

A first-ever vinyl release for Stone Cold Ohio, the fifth studio album from Skip McDonald, who records under the moniker Little Axe. It was originally released on CD only back in 2006 on Peter Gabriel’s Realworld label, and sees the former Sugarhill Gang backing band guitarist team up with legendary producer Adrian Sherwood. 

Little Axe
Champagne & Grits

A first-ever vinyl release for Champagne & Grits, the fourth studio album from Little Axe, the recording moniker of guitarist Skip McDonald. It was originally released on CD only back in 2004 on Peter Gabriel’s Realworld label, and sees the former Sugarhill Gang backing musician team up with legendary producer Adrian Sherwood. 

Miles Davis
Miles In Tokyo: Miles Davis Live In Concert

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Miles Davis
Filles de Kilimanjaro

Filles De Kilimanjaro by Miles Davis was originally released in 1968. It sits between Miles In The Sky and In A Silent way, making it the transitional album between his acoustic and electric periods. Accompanying Davis on the album was the stellar line up of Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea. A Classic.

Herbie Hancock

Mwandishi by Herbie Hancock was originally released in 1970. It saw the keyboard ace depart from his jazz roots for the first time, however, there was plenty of improvisation going here. The departure from jazz was most obvious in the use of electronic devices and the choice of a forward thinking group of musicians to back him. 

El Michels Affair featuring The Shacks
Dhuaan / Sha Na Na

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Evan Parker

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Chemical Reaction

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Pyramid Pieces 1: Modal & Eco Jazz From Australia 1969 - 1979

Pyramid Pieces 1: Modal & Eco Jazz From Australia 1969 - 1979 is a six-track compilation exploring an overlooked decade in Australian jazz, an isolated scene that’s never properly been documented. Includes six rare pieces of modal, spiritual and 'eco jazz' from the likes of Jazz Co-Op, Galapogos Duck and The Alan Lee Quartet. 
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Harry Beckett
Joy Unlimited

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Martin Freeman & Eddie Piller present
Jazz On The Corner

Acid Jazz co-founder Eddie Piller and famous man Martin Freeman did a radio show together a couple of years ago. That’s the genesis for this compilation, a double LP that kicks of the Acid Jazz 30th birthday celebrations. Features music from old heads like Art Blakey and new ones like Kamasi Washington.

Daniel Carter, Matthew Shipp, William Parker, Gerald Cleaver
Welcome Adventure! Vol. 1

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Boillat Thérace Quintet featuring Benny Bailey
My Greatest Love

A snapshot of a blossoming jazz scene in Switzerland in the Seventies, Jean-François Boillat and Raymond Thérace’s Boillat Thérace Quintet linked up with American hard-bop legend Benny Bailey for their second album My Greatest Love in 1975. It’s now available on vinyl for the first time in 45 years. 

Boillat Thérace Quintet
Boillat Thérace Quintet

If you fancy a snapshot of the Swiss jazz scene from the mid '70s then this luxury re-issue of Boillat Thérace Quintet's self titled album could be right up your sax pipe. Formed by keyboard whizz Jean-François Boillat and wind instrument expert Raymond Thérace, the band play modal jazz for fans of Keith Jarrett, Freddie Hubbard and Herbie Hancock. 

Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers

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Asher Gamedze
Dialectic Soul

Asher Gamedze is one of the foremost jazz musicians in Cape Town right now. His combination of spiritual and progressive jazz makes the drummer’s debut album, Dialectic Soul, an incredibly engaging listen. Joining him on the album are some of Cape Town’s best players: Thembinkosi Mavimbela on bass, Buddy Wells on tenor sax, Robin Fassie-Kock on trumpe and Nono Nkoane on vocals.

Thelonious Monk
Palais Des Beaux-Arts 1963

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Surprise Chef
All News Is Good News

All News Is Good News when there's a Surprise Chef at large. These Australian soul band are massively in debt to the likes of David Axelrod as they navigate their way through the kitchens of Library Music and cinematic soundtrack work. It's all instrumental - made up of the usual ingredients of bass, keys, drums, guitar  - slightly sprinkled and not overcooked.  

Ezra Collective
Samuel L.Riddim / Dark Side Riddim

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Al Green
Green Is Blues

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Wild Tchoupitoulas
Wild Tchoupitoulas

Wild Tchoupitoulas were a group of Mardi Gras Indians who made this New Orleans funk classic in 1976. It features an early run out for the group of musicians who would go on to be the Neville Brothers and also features the Meters. The album has cultural and historic importance as well as being a classic funk record and now comes out on limited LP re-press of 1500 copies. 
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Joshua Redman, Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride & Brian Blade

The bulkily and collectively named quartet are in fact the members of the original Joshua Redman Quartet reuniting for the first time since 1994. With seven newly composed songs (each member contributes at least one) the Quartet bring back a sound that has seen bandleader Redman described as  one of the most engaging saxophonists in modern day jazz. 

Lightning Orchestra
Source And Deliver

Lightning Orchestra is the creative conduit for multi-instrumentalist Travis Murphy, bolstered by a rotating, elastically-numbered backing band of like-minded souls inspired by legends from Jimi Hendrix to Fela Kuti. The outfit’s debut album Source and Deliver is released on neon yellow vinyl, containing the monstrous ‘White Tiger’. 

Hedvig Mollestad

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San Francisco Christian Center Choir
The Sound Of The San Francisco Christian Center

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Forever Forward EP

Underground Resistance descendents Timeline play a blend of Detroit techno and jazz. Some call it Hi-Tech Jazz. We have a repress of their 2016 EP for 4EVR 4WRD which, coincidentally, was set up by the band’s leader and keyboard player Jon Dixon. Whether you’re on the dancefloor or not, this is guaranteed to get you going.
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Melt Yourself Down
100% YES!

After famously missing out on The Beatles, Decca have vowed never to make the same mistake twice. They’ve snapped up London’s jazz / funk / post-punk outfit Melt Yourself Down for their third album, 100% Yes! They’ve drafted in producers Flood and Ben Hillier who have added a bit of synth to the band’s sound. There are also some hard-hitting lyrics focusing on the realities of modern Britain.

Eri Ohno
Skyfire / Live Hard, Live Free

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Psychic Mirrors
I Come For Your Love

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Mammal Hands
Chaser / Prism

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Matthew Halsall & The Gondwana Orchestra
Badder Weather / As I Walk (feat. Josephine Oniyama)

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Dental Kafka

Recorded back in the summer of 2018, Dental Kafka is the second album-length project by Bonjintan, the collaboration between cult hero guitarist Jim O’Rourke and Japanese free-jazz icon Akira Sakata. Teaming up with pianist Giovanni Di Domenico and percussionist Tatsuhisa Yamamoto, it consists of four side-length pieces of avant-garde and free-form jazz adventures. 
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Jay Richford & Gary Stevan

Generally held to be one of the best (and rarest) ever albums in the ‘library music’ genre, Jay Richford & Gary Stevan’s beloved 'Feelings' makes a reappearance on vinyl. The record explores everything from loose-limbed funk to orchestral-based jazz. Originally issue in 1974 on the Italian Carosello label.
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Mulatu Astatke & Black Jesus Experience
To Know Without Knowing

Mulatu Astatke is an influential musician from Africa, Black Jesus Experience are a twelve piece funk conglomerate out of Australia. This is the latest example of their musical journey together which began in 2009. Astakte calles Black Jesus Experience his favourite backing band and on To Know Without Knowing their shared love of funk and jazz creates a groove-laden classic. 

Greg Foat
Symphonie Pacifique

Symphonie Pacifique by Greg Foat sees the jazz pianist building a cinematic soundscape aided by harp, tubular bells, choirs, bass palyed by Phil Achille, congas played by Eric Young, and breakbeats courtesy of Moses Boyd and library music legend Duncan Lamont. It was recorded in London, Edinburgh and Gothenburg. An international affair. On Strut.

The Weeknd
Kiss Land

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Jameszoo & Metropole Orkest (conducted by Jules Buckley)

Melkweg (Milky Way) is a collaboration by Jameszoo AKA Dutch producer Mitchel Van Dinther, Dutch jazz and pop orchestra Metropole Orkest and English conductor, composer and arranger, Jules Buckley. It sees the orchestra taking tracks from the Jameszoo album ’Fool’ and sending them up into the stratosphere with some exuberant reworkings. If you dig the likes of BADBADNOTGOOD, Flying Lotus and Kamasi Washington then you’ll dig this.

Martin Freeman and Eddie Piller present Jazz On The Corner Two

Following the success of the first edition back in 2018, actor and jazz fan Martin Freeman once again teams up with Acid Jazz head Eddie Piller to curate Jazz On The Corner Two. The vinyl edition sees the duo pick 20 tracks, from the likes of Nina Simone, Roberta Flack and Chet Baker, while the slightly larger 2xCD edition sees Freeman and Piller curate an entire disc each. 

GoGo Penguin
GoGo Penguin

Manchester-based trio GoGo Penguin deliver another record of sprawling yet taut experimentalism embracing jazz, breakbeats and riffs for the legendary Blue Note label. GoGo Penguin, their sixth studio effort, sees Chris Illingworth, Rob Turner and Nick Blacka in the most inventive form of their career since their 2014 Mercury nomination. 

It's Only Us

Bay Area long runners Monophonics have built a reputation on making solid music that blends soul and psychedelic rock  - the sort of stuff that goes down well in large auditoriums but also has the classic sound of Stax and Motown at its heart. It's Only Us is their fourth album and sees the band look inwards towards politics and mental health struggles for inspiration yielding a healing sort of album of soulful resistance. 

Sonar with David Torn
Tranceportation (Volume 2)

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Tubby Hayes
The Fontana Albums (1961-1969)

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Kansas Smitty’s
Things Happened Here

London-based jazz septet Kansas Smitty’s - owners of the bar of the same name in Hackney that’s been one of the epicentres in the genre’s boom over recent years - present a new full-length album Things That Happened Here, a suite of tracks that attempts to make sense of the increasing chaos of the world around us in 2020. 

Inner City Review

Inner City Review highlights the background work of influential musician, producer and label owner George Semper. It was unearthed by Giles Peterson and is released on his Arc Records label. The record features the George Semper Orchestra, musicians who backed astonishing vocalist Merry Clayton. Among their number is drummer Ollie Brown who played with The Temptations, Stevie Wonder and Minnie Ripperton. A rare and fabulous collection that features the likes of Jimmy Hayes, Lewis Flournoy and The Love Affair & Troy Raglin.

Stone Crush: Memphis Modern Soul 1977-1987

Stone Crush is a new compilation that seeks to provide a detailed overview of Memphis’ soul scene between 1977 and 1987, something that’s taken a decade to accurately curate and convey by Daniel Mathis and Chad Weekley. The double-vinyl collection includes a 24-page booklet featuring unseen images and essays from Memphis soul expert Andria Lisle and writer Robert Gordon. 


Ever a restless and globe-encompassing outfit in musical terms, touring the world for the best part of four years, Texan band Khruangbin show no sign of slowing down either their output or creativity with third studio album Mordechai. Following last year’s EP with Leon Bridges, it pulls on influences from Pakistan, Korea, India and West Africa. 

Théâtre du Chêne Noir
Miss Madona

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Théâtre du Chêne Noir

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Mourning [A] BLKstar
The Cycle

Cleveland Ohio's Mourning [A] BLKstar describe themselves as a "multi-generational, gender and genre non-conforming amalgam of Black Culture". So far they've been somewhat under the radar but the Cycle sounds like the sort of thing that could bring them wider attention. It is a twenty song double LP of neo-soul, hip-hop and expansive jazz that probably couldn't be more timely. 

Ruby Rushton
Sun Khosi

Another new 7” single from jazz outfit Ruby Rushton, the quartet led by Tenderlonius (a.k.a. flautist and 22a label boss Ed Cawthorne). ‘Sun Khosi’, written in tribute to Tenderlonius’ father, is backed by ‘Chrysalis’, and both new tracks are taken from the band’s upcoming studio album, set to arrive in November. 

Richard Brown
Sweet and Kind / Don't Listen To The Grapevine

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John Coltrane
Giant Steps (Mono)

If you've watched the 2016 documentary Chasing Trane you are going to be wanting to pick up the back catalogue of its subject jazz saxophonist John Coltrane. Giant Steps was his fifth album and has since become a template for jazz musicians to use when learning to play and the album contains several songs that have gone on to become standards such as the title track and Naima.   

Leo's Sunshipp
We Need Each Other

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Ernie & The Top Notes
Dap Walk / Things Are Better

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Inell Young
The Next Ball Game

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Larry Young
Into Somethin'

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Andrew Hill
Smoke Stack

On his second album for the legendary Blue Note label, Smoke Stack, jazz pianist and composer Andrew Hill notably utilised two bassists in the form of Richard Davis and Eddie Khan, as well as drummer Roy Haynes. Re-mastered by Kevin Gray from the original tapes, this Sixties jazz cult classic gets a re-issue on vinyl. 

Kenny Dorham
Trompeta Tocata

Recorded in 1964 and released the following year on Blue Note, Trompeta Toccata was the final album that jazz trumpeter Kenny Dorham would perform on as a band leader. Spearheading a line-up featuring tenor sax player Joe Henderson, pianist Tommy Flanagan, bassist Richard Davis and drummer Albert “Tootie” Heath, it now gets a re-issue on vinyl, remastered from the original tapes. 
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Martin Dumas Jr
Attitude, Belief and Determination / Nonstop To The Top

If you already own Martin Dumas Jr’s Attitude, Belief and Determination / Nonstop To The Top on wax, then you could be rich, as original copies are deeply rare. The tune is great though, so it’s a good thing that the BBE’s Limited Private Wax 12” Series has repressed it, remastered and with the original artwork.

Don Bryant
You Make Me Feel

Now deep into his 70s Don Bryant is best known as a songwriter in particular for the Hi Records imprint. He only fairly recently returned to his original love of soul music and this latest collection features new versions of classic material alongside previously unreleased material and late flowering songs that exemplify the wide emotional palette of this under sung artist. 

Heikki Sarmanto Sextet
Flowers In The Water

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Black Fire

Five seminal spiritual jazz and funk albums from the brilliant Black Fire label are collected in this eponymously titled 5xLP box set, complete with a booklet featuring extensive liner notes and artwork for each record. Contents include: Juju’s Live At The East 1973 live album, Oneness of Juju deep funk classic debut African Rhythms, Experience Unlimited’s Free Yourself album, Juju’s Chapter Two: Nia album, and Oneness of Juju’s Space Jungle Luv, a previously unreleased live session. 
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Will Dorey’s fifth Skinshape album dives completely into the pool of African musical inspiration that he’d been only drawing upon until now. Featuring guest musicians such as Malcolm Catto, Idd Aziz and Modou Touré, Umoja is a joyous and accessible take on the rhythms and musical styles that the continent has produced. 

Holy Hive
Float Back To You

Passionate folk and soul enthusiasts to their core, drumming session veteran Homer Steinweiss and guitarist newcomer Paul Spring present the debut studio album from their Holy Hive project. Along with bassist Joe Harrison, the two bring their very different life experiences to bear on Float Back To You. 

Life & Love

Skinshape is the project of one William Dorey. On Life & Love, his third album, the Brit makes gloriously lo-fi sounding funk and soul. Somehow finds the mid points between the likes of Jungle and Khruangbin, in that Dorey manages to be both silky smooth and somewhat experimental and playful. Good at reverb too. 

Menahan Street Band
There's A New Day Coming / Tommy Don't

The A-side of the Menahan Street Band’s new 7” single ‘There’s A New Day Coming’ was originally conceived as a backing track for the late singer Charles Bradley, but was shelved after his death a couple of years ago. Now revived, and split into two parts with the latter now called ‘Tommy Don’t’, it’s a piece of music worthy of The Screaming Eagle of Soul himself. 
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The James Hunter Six
Brother Or Other / Never

Snappy little 7" from the heading-towards-legendary James Hunter and his Six. Two examples of classic sounding soul and R&B from the full throated singer taken from his most recent Nick of Time album. You'd swear this stuff came from the golden age of soul and Motown. Pressed onto jukebox-friendly 7" by Daptone. 
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If I Had a Pair of Wings: Jamaican Doo Wop, Vol. 1

Essential collection of Jamaican doo wop and R&B dating from the 50s to the early 60s. What’s really exciting here is the early of traces ska emerging from what may initially appear to be a replication of American sounds. Many of the artists here would become essential in the development of ska and reggae, such as Alton Ellis and Jimmy Cliff. It documents a moment of transition, a key part of Jamaican musical history. The cassette is put out by Death is Not The End.
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Norman Weeks and Revelations

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Psychic Mirrors
Nature Of Evil

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Shirley Scott
One For Me

Shirley Scott was known as the “Queen of the Organ” for her abilities with a Hammond B3. She played what became known as soul jazz and her career stretched from the late ‘50s all the way up to the early ‘90s. As well as her solo albums, she worked with Stanley Turrentine and Eddie ‘Lockjaw’ Davis. One For Me, as the title suggests, is a very personal album that she recorded in late ‘74. The musicians included Harold Vick on tenor sax and Billy Higgins on Drums.

Scott Bomar
Dolemite Is My Name (Music from the Netflix Film)

Scored with original music from Scott Bomar that scans as a tribute to Seventies funk and classic Blaxploitation movie soundtracks, the music from Netflix film Dolemite Is My Name comes to vinyl. Concerning the story of filmmaker Rudy Ray Moore - played by Eddie Murphy - it’s the culmination of a 15-year passion project. 
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Peter Brötzmann
14 Love Poem

Initially released in 1984 and now re-issued on Cien Fuegos, Peter Brötzmann’s 14 Love Poems was inspired by a booklet of poetry with the same title by Kenneth Patchen. On it, the German-born free jazz saxophonist and clarinetist also plays the tárogató, and delivers an album strong on expression and emotion. 
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Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band
My Jamaican Dub / The Healer

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El Michels Affair
Reasons / Hipps

Two sides from the El Michels Affair on Big Crown. Side one, Reasons, is a collaboration with Finnish soul singer Bobby Oroza, an exquisite ballad adorned with rich guitar. Side two is Hipps, a track lifted from their recent Adult Themes LP. Whilst the LP needs to be listened to as a whole to fully appreciate its majesty, the incredible beat and horns on Hipps meant it was capable of standing on its own two feet.
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Psychedelic bedroom pop from Palace’s bassist Skinshape. On Oracolo Will Dorey takes over all the instrumental duties and produces a joyous, dense and groove-heavy vinyl LP and CD. Borrowing influences from hip-hop, soul and funk, but spun through his unique one-man band aesthetic, Dorey is one to watch.

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