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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.

Sam Wilkes

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El Michels Affair
Adult Themes

Big Crown Records presents the first album of original compositions from El Michels Affair in 15 years. On Adult Themes, the band’s founder Leon Michels (with help from The Shacks’ Shannon Wise) quickly re-establishes the group’s sophisticated ‘cinematic soul’ aesthetic that they laid down way back in 2005.  

Kahil El'Zabar's Spirit Groove
Kahil El'Zabar's 'Spirit Groove' ft. David Murray

Spirit Groove is the latest missive from jazz master Kahil El’Zabar and like a lot of his work over the past forty years has been made in tandem with sax legend David Murray.  Otherwise El’Zabar brings in younger players to provide a youthful freshness to his soulful jazz and groove. a spiritual and explorative journey.  

Nightports w/ Betamax
Nightports w/ Betamax

VHS vs Betamax was the great home video fight of the early '80s but now we get Nightports Vs Betamax. Nightports are two musicians from Leeds and Hull who are experts in manipulating electronics and here team up with drum wizard Betamax of The Comet is Coming. Their rule is to only use the sounds made by the musician (i.e no sampling, found sounds etc) and they utilise the wild, improvised drumming to it's limit, finding melodies and hidden rhythms and manipulate them to their own end.  

The Comet Is Coming

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The Shacks / Brainstory
Smile Now, Cry Later / Runaway

A 7” single taken from the forthcoming Big Crown compilation album Dear Sunny…, consisting of covers of Sunny & The Sunliners classics executed by artists on their roster. Here, The Shacks energetically tackle ‘Smile Now, Cry Later’, while Brainstory dramatically reinterpret ‘Runaway’ on the reverse.
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Lunch Money Life
Immersion Chamber

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Lee Morgan
The Cooker

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Experience Unlimited
Free Yourself

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Based upon field recordings from the titular area of Tanzania of local musicians in 2014 and then built up from his home studio, Wachaga is a long-awaited album from Israeli musician Ophir Kutiel, a.k.a. Kutiman. The rhythm patterns, chants and repetitive passages provide a platform for Kutiman’s psychedelic explorations. 


With white-label copies selling out in their native Poland in a matter of hours, mysterious outfit Bloto formally release their highly anticipated debut album Erozje. Marrying granite-hard hip-hop beats with the thrills of improvised jazz, it has an immersive, street-level atmosphere reminiscent of classic rap albums from the Nineties. 

The Rainbow Children

The rediscovery of Prince’s fascinating and labyrinthine back catalogue continues apace, with his 2001 album The Rainbow Children being re-issued on crystal clear vinyl. Inspired by his conversion to the Jehovah’s Witness faith, the CD versions have long since gone out of print and original vinyls change hands for hundreds of dollars. 
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Prince and The New Power Generation
One Nite Alone... Live!

One Nite Alone...Live! By Prince and the New Power Generation was recorded during a tour of North America, following the release of The Rainbow Children LP in 2001. At this time, the NPG included John Blackwell, Renato Neto on keyboards, Rhonda Smith on bass  and Eric Leeds, Candy Dulfer and Maceo Parker on saxes. The set list was made of tracks from The Rainbow Children along with hits from his back catalogue. He would go on to record the intimate studio album, One Nite Alone, following the tour.
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Early Works: Funk, Soul and Afro Rarities from the Archives

Early Works: Funk, Soul and Afro Rarities from the Archives is a compilation from the early days of the ATA label and have since been unavailable. Among the tracks are the first three recordings The Sorcerers and the first recordings of The Mandatory Eight and The Yorkshire Film and Television Orchestra. The Lamp Lighters, The Rev Barrington Stanley and The Cadets also feature. 

The Entourage Music & Theatre Ensemble
The Neptune Collection

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Lonnie Liston Smith & The Cosmic Echoes

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Lamont Butler
It's Time For A Change

Lamont Butler recorded one album, It’s Time For A Change, circa 1970. It was built on a foundation of gospel, R&B and jazz. He was blessed with an amazing voice and prior to going solo was singer with the groups The Enterprise, The Dynamics and The New Beginnings. This is one of those much sought after records, and thanks to this reissue you can get your hands on a pristine copy for a relatively small sum, courtesy of Acid Jazz.
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Nick Hakim
Will This Make Me Good

Will This Make Me Good is the second album by U.S. singer / songwriter Nick Hakim. It follows his much lauded 2017 debut Green Twins. Before he recorded this album he worked with the likes of Onyx Collective, Anderson .Paak, Jesse and Forever, Lianne La Havas and Slingbaum which only served to reinforce the ideas he had for this album. 

Chicano Batman
Invisible People

Laidback, very cool grooves and bass lines abound on Invisible People by Los Angeles band Chicano Batman. The album mixes soul, R&B, Tropicália and funk with a typically Californian sun-baked flavour. Produced by Leon Michels (Sharon Jones, Lee Fields) and mixed by Shawn Everett (Alabama Shakes, War On Drugs, Grammy winner!)

Moses Sumney

Following his exceptional breakout album Aromanticism a couple of years ago, Moses Sumney returns with a hugely ambitious double LP. græ sees the Ghanaian-American in the same kind of shape-shifting sonic form that won him so many plaudits the first time around, with a massively diverse array of tracks on offer. 
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Muriel Grossmann

Featuring cuts from her 2016 album Natural Time and the following year’s Momentum that include her backing band Radomir Milojkovic (guitar), Uros Stamenkovic (drums) and Gina Schwarz (bass), Muriel Grossmann’s Elevation demonstrates her rightful place in European jazz’s long lineage. 

Prince and the Revolution
Purple Rain (2015 Paisley Park Remaster)

Seriously exciting stuff here for Prince fans: as well as a remastered version of the deeply classic album Purple Rain, the CD versions of this reissue also include a whole disc of contemporary tracks from the great one’s immense and closely guarded archives, which haven’t even been bootlegged before! Revel in the rarities. On Warner Bros.

The Teskey Brothers
Live At The Forum

Recorded to analogue tape during their four-night sell-out residency at Melbourne’s titular venue at the end of 2019, Live At The Forum captures The Teskey Brothers at the peak of their powers. With a setlist taken from their 2017 debut Half Mile Harvest and last year’s follow-up Run Home Slow plus a cover of Lennon’s ‘Jealous Guy’, the CD edition features half a dozen extra tracks.

To The Earth

2020 marks ten years of Dinosaur, and ‘To The Earth’ acts as a reflection on the past decade of playing and creating together. More acoustic than some of their previous albums, ‘To The Earth’ features band leader and trumpeter Laura Jurd’s compositions, and sees the jazz quartet go further in their improvisations than ever before.

Tom Misch
Beat Tape 1

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Fire! Orchestra

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Walking In The Naked City

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Glass Museum

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Budos Band

The Budos Band have long brought something different to the Daptone stable. While the label specialises in revivalist soul, this Staten Island group have come through with a series of LPs that blends the Stax aesthetic with psych-rock, funk and even a little doom metal. New album V - their fifth, if that wasn’t obvious - proves that the Budos Band sound remains in rude health.

Marvin Gaye
You’re The Man

Ooooh, a ‘lost’ album by soul superman Marvin Gaye is now being made available! You’re The Man was meant to follow on from What’s Going On in 1972, so you can imagine how high the quality is here. This is the first time these tracks have been presented in their proper album context, and there is also a nice extended version of Gaye’s Christmas song. Double LP reissue on Island, celebrating what would have been his 80th birthday.

Sam Gendel & Sam Wilkes
Music for Saxofone & Bass Guitar

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Spiritual Jazz 9: Blue Notes, Part 1

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Cassowary is Miles Shannon, a multi-instrumentalist. He makes music that takes in all the sounds his hometown of Los Angeles makes. His eponymous debut is a genre-blending, sun-soaked, post-disco daze that also takes in classic rock, jazz and the minimalist hypnosis of Steve Reich and Philip Glass. It is very much the zeitgeist as far as L.A. is concerned. 

In Threads
Orange Justice

In Threads, a Brighton-based jazz three-piece made up of James Parsons, Daniel Spicer and Verity Spott first played together back in 2014 when a self-made CD was produced from an improvised gig. They have since been gigging all over the place leading up to the release of their debut full-length, Orange Justice. It shows the band’s aptitude for breezy, uninhibited composition.
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James Brown

Motherlode by James Brown is a  compilation that was originally released in 1988. It was re-released in 2003 as an expanded edition. This is the first vinyl version of that expanded version - ya get me? It concentrates on The Godfather Of Soul’s funk output from the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. For good measure there’s a few remixes and live performances thrown in too. Double 180g vinyl LP on Polydor.
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Tender In Lahore

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Maurice Moore and Family Affair Band
Everything That Shines Ain't Gold

Maurice Moore recorded Everything That Shines Ain’t Gold with his Family Affair Band in 1977, and the song still shines brightly with the golden soulful light of the era. Something of an obscurity, the tune has now been picked up by Floating Points and the Melodies International label! This 12” offers you the original version, plus a Floating Points edit! Fabulous soulful grooves that you can’t help but enjoy.

Sun Ra
Jazz In Silhouette

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Basil Kirchin
Everyday Madness

Definitely in the world's top three Basils (alongside Fawlty and Brush) is legendary sound manipulator Basil Kirchin. Those intrepid folk at Trunk have found a bunch of unheard 1960s and 1970s era recordings by the great man and here are three separate and very different tapes pressed onto vinyl. Perhaps the most exciting thing is that there are further found archives to come.  
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Emma-Jean Thackray
Rain Dance

Emma-Jean Thackray launches her new label, Movementt, and along with it her new EP, Raindance. She is a musician, composer, DJ and bandleader. She has worked with the London Symphony Orchestra and Makaya McCraven. All this should tell you that she care not for genre boundaries and just makes the music she feels is right.

Master Oogway
Earth And Other Worlds

Master Oogway are a quartet with strong jazz leanings made up of young musicians from the Norwegian Academy of Music. The quartet plays guitar, dums, sax and double bass. Their second album, Earth And Other Worlds, show the band growing in terms of group dynamic, songwriting and the variety of music they play. On Rune Grammofon.

I Like To Sleep

I Like To Sleep are a young Norwegian jazz trio who take their name from a Thelonious Monk quote. It’s a quote that could also be attributed to this Norman Records scribe, I mean, who doesn’t like to sleep? Anyway, they feature Amund Storløkken Åse on vibraphone, Nicolas Leirtrø on baritone guitar and Øyvind Leite on drums. They bonded over a love of jazz, prog rock and classical music. Daymare is their second album.

Pharoah Sanders
Welcome To Love

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Bobby Patterson
The Storyteller

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Sun Ra
Celestial Love

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52nd Street
Look Into My Eyes / Express

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Oneness of Juju
Space Jungle Luv

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John Carroll Kirby
My Garden

A collaborator with artists as diverse as Frank Ocean and Solange to Harry Styles and Kali Uchis, John Carroll Kirby strikes out on his own for his first solo album. Written and recorded entirely by the pianist / producer himself, My Garden perfectly captures his unique style, and demonstrates precisely why he’s so highly sought after. 

Ibibio Sound Machine
Doko Mien

Ibibo Sound Machine return with their third album and second for Merge Records. Doko Mie is a joyful blend of post-punk and West African electronic music, that reflects Eno Williams' own upbringing having been born in the UK but raised in Nigeria. Arpeggiated synths meet exuberant horns, always being marshalled by Williams' commanding vocals.

Soul Connection
Street Soul

Legendary street soul duo, Soul Connection released two albums in their time, their 1988 debut Rough & Ready and its follow-up, Raw Street Soul two years later. The aptly named Street Soul picks the best tracks from the two albums to create an essential retrospective of their career, remastered from the original tapes. 
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Beverly Glenn-Copeland
...Keyboard Fantasies...

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Derek Bailey & Han Bennink
Derek Bailey & Han Bennink

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Lee Morgan

Jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan was best known for his classic album, The Sidewinder, released in 1964. It was hugely influential with the long, funky title track quickly becoming a jazz standard. His follow up, The Rumproller, was made in the same image with a funky opener followed by a clutch of hard bop tunes. This one includes The Lady, a tribute to Billie Holiday.

Dr. Lonnie Smith
All In My Mind

Dr. Lonnie Smith played the Hammond B3 in George Benson’s band and recorded albums with Lou Donaldson before embarking on a solo career that has included 28 albums. He has carried on making albums with Donaldson in that time, too. All In My Mind is his latest album to date and was originally released in 2018. This is its first time on vinyl and it has been remastered by Kevin Gray.

Ian Willson
Straight From The Heart

Self-recorded in late 1983 in his native Oakland with the help of an Otari 8-track, Straight From The Heart from Ian Willson was practically ignored upon release via a private pressing in ‘85, but has grown to be regarded as a minor West Coast classic. Now, Willson’s shimmering and sultry vision for AOR gets a re-issue via Be With Records. 

The James Hunter Six
Nick of Time

Well this is on Daptone so you know what to expect right? Modern day soul that sounds like the vintage stuff. The James Hunter Six have already made five albums of this stuff so are now well in the groove and Nick of Time doesn't disappoint showcasing beautiful mid tempo soul tracks with hints of the timeless melodies of Burt Bacharach beneath stunning vocal performances that stand up to the great records of the past. 

Herbie Hancock
The Prisoner

Recorded in 1969, The Prisoner was the last album that Herbie Hancock recorded for the Blue Note label. The album is a social statement on racial oppression. Flautist, Hubert Laws, Johnny Coles on flugelhorn and trombone player Garnett Brown are among the group of stellar musicians joining Hancock on this album.

Kelly Finnigan
I Called You Back Baby

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Don Rendell Ian Carr Quintet
Shades of Blue

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Spiritual Jazz Vol. 11 : SteepleChase

SteepleChase Records is the Copenhagen-based jazz label set up by Nils Winther. It specialises in bringing European jazz to the fore. Its origins lie in recording the likes of Chet Baker, Dexter Gorden and Stan Getz when toured in the country. However, it specialised in  European-based artists such as Billy Gault, Johnny Dyani and Khan Jamal, and also released some obscure gems by Jackie McLean and Mary Lou Williams. Spiritual Jazz Vol. 11 doffs its cap to the label with this special release.

Yellow Memories

Some extra sexy heat for your frozen bones from Fatima. Yellow Memories is the debut from one of the deepest soul stirrers around. These grooves are so damn loose they barely stay together, yet they're tighter than than George Osborne's autumn statement. The list of producers will make you weep, with some of the hottest cats around on this one. As if that wasn't enough, Fatima's voice is pure jazzy R&B sass, so don't sleep on it. Out on vinyl LP and CD from Eglo.
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Habibi Funk 007: An Eclectic Selection

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Everything Is Recorded
Friday Forever

Friday Forever is the follow-up to the Mercury Music Prize nominated eponymous debut by Everything Is Recorded. It is released through XL Recordings, which is rather convenient as the man behind this particular mask is XL head honcho Richard Russell. There are guest spots for some new artists such as Aitch, FLOHIO and Berwyn, Maria Somerville, Kean Kavanagh, A.K. Paul, James Massiah, Infinite Coles and well-known names such as Ghostface Killah and Penny Rimbaud of Crass - a varied bunch. I think you’ll like this. Yes, you, reading this.

Patrice Rushen

Patrice Rushen was perhaps better known as an arranger and pianist who worked behind the scenes with other artists at the time of her 1980 album Posh but she had released a series of low key records under her own name throughout the 1970s. She was working with a small group of musicians who she trusted and it is through loose jamming that the ideas for Posh would come about. She went on to be better known for her subsequent hit Forget-Me-Nots. A classic if ever there was one and a record that Posh paved the way for. 

Swamp Dogg
Sorry You Couldn't Make It

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Makaya McCraven
Where We Come From (CHICAGOxLONDON Mixtape)

Here we have the distilled results of a happy meeting between new collaborators, including Makaya McCraven, Nubya Garcia, Soweto Kinch, Ben LaMar Gay, Quiet Dawn and more. Lots of live fun was had under the CHICAGO X LONDON banner, and the recordings were then taken home for remixing and rearranging by Makaya. The resultant Mixtape is vibrant indeed.

Tony Allen
The Source

Tony Allen, legendary drummer and innovator of Afrobeat with Fela Kuti, releases his latest in a long line of solo albums. Perhaps surprisingly for such a legend with such a long career and lengthy catalogue, The Source is Tony's first for Blue Note. The statuesque label has been through so many changes, now representing a philosophy of quality and the analogue principles of its founders. Warm jazz sounds.

Fire! Orchestra

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Maribou State
fabric presents Maribou State

The latest compilation from Fabric sees electronic duo Maribou State pick some of their favourite tunes. It's an eclectic leftfield choice with the likes of Stelvio Cipriani, Botany and Ekkehard Ehlers all representing but the boys get some of their own music on there including a rare remix of Radiohead's Reckoner. 

Alfa Mist
On My Ones

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Irreversible Entanglements
Who Sent You?

Irreversible Entanglements are a free jazz collective featuring saxophonist Keir Neuringer, poet Camae Ayewa and bassist Luke Stewart along with trumpeter Aquiles Navarro and drummer Tcheser Holmes. Their music is driven by the poetry of Ayewa, whose subjects centre on injustice, survival, power and inequality. Who Sent You? is their new album.

Shabaka & The Ancestors
We Are Sent Here By History

Reed player Shabaka Hutchings is known for being the band leader in the highly rated jazz outfit Sons Of Kemet. Shabaka and the Ancestors, which finds Hutchings fronting a band of South African jazz players, released their debut album, Wisdom of Elders, in 2016. Here we have their much anticipated new one, We Are Sent Here By History, which deals with the weighty subject of human extinction. Powerful stuff.

The Daktaris
Soul Explosion

Cheeky white-boy afrobeat revivalists The Daktaris went so far as to assume fake Nigerian aliases for their debut and only album Soul Explosion. The whole thing looks like a crate-digger’s wet dream, but was actually released in 1998. But! it's still one hell of a funky afrobeat affair, it's been remastered, and the folk at Daptone are reissuing it. 
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Village Of The Sun feat. Binker and Moses
Village Of The Sun / Ted

You may not know Village of the Sun but if I said it was a collaboration between Binker & Moses and Simon Radcliffe of Basement Jaxx then your ears may prick somewhat. Expect two future Balearic classics here, both sun-ready and upliftingly vibrant. Collectible limited pressing 12" with die cut sleeve.    
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Kimiko Kasai with Herbie Hancock

Reissue of a previously Japan-only LP here. Japanese singer Kimiko Kasai teamed up with a band led by Herbie Hancock in 1979 to record this collection of covers. Many of them are smooth-as-silk versions, with Kasai’s beautiful voice floating over languid soul-jazz instrumentals. Closes out with a rambunctious disco-funk version of Stevie Wonder’s ‘As’. Nicely restored and remastered by Be With Records.


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Herbie Hancock
Inventions & Dimensions

Whilst the multi-talented Illinois-based creator Herbie Hancock made a name for himself with his jazz-focussed catalogue, 'Inventions & Dimensions' was his first release to be noticeably latin percussion-dominated. Over half a century later and this 6 track stands as a marquee release in the dexterous pioneer's back-catalogue.
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Miles Davis
A Tribute To Jack Johnson

A Tribute To Jack Johnson is a soundtrack to a 1971 documentary about American boxer, Jack Johnson by Miles Davis. It is thought of as being among the great jazz trumpeter’s best work, which is perhaps not surprising when you consider the backing back was made up of Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, Bennie Maupin, Jack DeJohnette and Billy Cobham. 

Matthew Tavares & Leland Whitty

Visions is a collaborative album from BADBADNOTGOOD member Leland Whitty and one of the group’s former members, Matthew Tavares. Written in three weeks and laid down in one gigantic recording session, in which the entire suite was performed with a rhythm section of bassist Julian Anderson-Bowes and drummer Matthew Chalmers. 


Rock  - great title but it isn't just rock music that duo of Max Graef and Julius Conrad are interested in. Here as Ratgrave they take influence from funk, soul, jazz rock and electronica to make an album that may well be genre splicing but still owes a debt to Blue Cheer and Black Sabbath. On the Black Focus label founded by Kamaal Williams.

Sibusile Xaba
Ngiwu Shwabada

Guitarist and singer Sibusile Xaba hails from South Africa. He makes his own take on Maskandi (Zulu folk music) music, mixing it with the avant-garde. Ngiwu Shwabada his new album. It translates as I Am with Shwabada, Shwbada being a spiritual lineage. Features an 18 minute improvised track recorded with saxophonist Shabaka Hutchings of Sons of Kemet and Shabaka & the Ancestors.

Greentea Peng

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Art Taylor
A.T's Delight

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Elvin Jones
Mr. Jones

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Brian Blade Fellowship
Brian Blade Fellowship

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Pulled By Magnets
Rose Golden Doorways

Seb Rochford has already been in Mercury nominated bands Polar Bear and Sons of Kemet and collaborated with the likes of David Byrne and Patti Smith but here strikes out with a totally new project. It is an entirely fresh soundtrack which includes the likes of Neil Charles (Zed-U, Empirical) on bass and Pete Wareham on Saxophone. His back story suggests this could be another one to watch from this talented drum maestro.  

Byron Pope Speed Of Light
Music For Earthdwellers And Starseekers

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Primeiras Impressoes

Skymark is Italian producer, composer and general music obsessive Marc Friedli. He also co-runs Modern Sun Records. He has made music that has skipped through numerous genres - disco, fusion, house, latin, funk, soul - to name but a few. Here, on Mule Musiq, we have a reissue of his jazz album Primeiras Impressões.

The Real ShooBeeDoo

The Real ShooBeeDoo has got to be one of the best every names taken on by a musician. Real name Reggie Fields, ShooBeeDoo was a fixture of Detroit's jazz scene through the 70s and 80s. Reminiscing, which was first released in 1981, is a brilliant jazz album, brought together by Fields strangely lyrical singing. 
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Michael Orr
Spread Love

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Nate Morgan
Retribution, Reparation

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Sweet Heritage

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Decoy with Joe McPhee

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Marvin Gaye
More Trouble

More Trouble by Marvin Gaye is an album of outtakes from his soundtrack to the 1972 film Trouble Man. The original album was the follow-up to What's Goin' On, the success of which meant he was given full creative control for the first time. These songs were originally released on the 40th anniversary expanded edition of the original album. This is the first time these tracks have been released on vinyl.

Jimi Tenor
NY, Hel, Barca

The Bureau B label delivers a compilation exploring the early works of Finnish composer and musician Jimi Tenor. NY, Hel, Barca is a double-LP package containing 20 cuts from his first six studio albums from 1994 to 2001, including his three albums released on Warp Records at the end of the Nineties. 

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