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The Prodigy
The Fat of the Land

CHAMPAGNE LAGER LAG … oh sorry, wrong one. The Prodigy’s proto-EDM behemoth The Fat Of The Land really needs no introduction at this point. The band are best known for collaborating with Sleaford Mods of course, and everyone loved that Gene Simmons cover of ‘Firestarter’. Change my pitch up.
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Parcels
Live Vol. 1

An interesting interim from the Australian band Parcels  - a live-in-the-studio album. It could be a bit of a blast as their previous work hits the summer fun knob on the head. They've had a single produced by Daft Punk for God's sake and their is blissfully dreamy danceable stuff somewhere between Chic, Metronomy and Justice if you were asking these ears.  

Various
Disco Not Disco (Leftfield Disco Classics From The New York Underground)

Disco Not Disco is a compilation of leftfield New York underground disco tracks from the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, originally released in 2000. It was compiled by Joey Negro and Sean P.  It became highly influential and original copies are much sought after. Tracks by Yoko Ono, Ian Dury, Dinosaur (Arthur Russell) and Liquid Liquid made this album a gateway into a whole new world for many people.
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Floorplan
Fiyaaaa! / His Eye Is On The Sparrow feat. Carol Otis

Since 2016, Floorplan has been a compelling collaboration between Nineties techno icon Robert Hood and his daughter Lyric, a coming together of the old-school and the cutting-edge. While they put together another studio album, this 12” single arrives to plug the gap, consisting of a new track ‘Fiyaaaa!’ along with a cover of gospel hymn ‘His Eye Is On The Sparrow’. 
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Jamie xx
Idontknow

The first solo release for Jamie xx since his sensational 2015 debut album In Colour, ‘idontknow’ has apparently secretly been in circulation for clubbers since the end of last year. Since getting support from electronic figureheads such as Kieran Hebden, Dan Snaith and Bicep, Young Turks presents it on 12” vinyl. 
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The Pearls
On & On

The Pearls are a Jamaican duo made up of pals Norman Watson and Stanley Shaw. Their raison d’etre was to make music that blended soul, reggae, disco and rap. This 12” contains the original 1980 single version of On & On, dub hit We’ll do it on side A, whilst Julien Minarro gives us two versions of the title cut.
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A.A.L. (Against All Logic)
2012 - 2017

Against All Logic is Nicolas Jaar's move into sample-based discotheque inspired by his record collection of classic soul, house and funk. Until now the project has only been available digitally but the release has been much cherished a physical release has long been called for. Jaar has obliged so let's enjoy. 
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Crass
Normal Never Was II

Crass’s ‘Feeding of the Five Thousand’ remix project continues with Normal Never Was II. Released digitally and a limited run of 500 blue 12” vinyls, the anarchist legends deconstruct New York DJ Johnny Dynell’s ‘GSong’ and see their own ‘Banned From The Roxy’ played with by electronic composer Charles Webber. 
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Four Tet
Beautiful Rewind

Beautiful Rewind was the seventh album released by Four Tet (aka Kieran Hebden). It was (ahem) 'dropped' without any fanfare or trailers which led to an excitable reception particularly with lead track Kool FM which eventually found its way onto Grand Theft Auto. Elsewhere it's more reliable electronics from Hebden which expands on his previous There Is Love In You by moving his fluttering sample-based electronica into darker territories.  

Franc Moody
Dream In Colour

Ned Franc and Jon Moody are electronic duo Franc Moody. The band came out of the warehouse rave scene in London and hold disco funk sounds close to their hearts. Dream in Colour is the follow-up to their 2018 debut, Dance Moves. If you like Jungle and Daft Punk, this is definitely for you. On Juicebox Recordings.
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Prins Thomas
Træns

Norwegian producer Prins Thomas is mostly noted for his psychedelic disco tunes but on his latest release he produces a series of trance tracks that rather than being a euphoric glowstick party concentrate on the more private, home listening side of the genre. Thinking (wo)man's trance he calls it and each track differentiated only by a number is presented across this double LP. 

Disclosure
Ecstasy

Popular electronic music duo Disclosure return with a new 5 track 12" which helps them celebrate 10 years in the biz despite them both still only being in their mid 20s. Lead track Ecstasy already sounds like a hit with its cut up disco and soul samples and thumping kick drums. The four other tracks here have been teased already on various mainstream media so this should be another big seller for the lads. 
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Caribou
Never Come Back (Four Tet & Morgan Geist Remixes)

Never Come Back is a track from Caribou’s tenth album, Suddenly, which was released in 2020. Here we have two remixes on one 12”. Side A sees Four Tet put an after hours, soothing, yet, exuberant twist on the track. Side B features a remix by Morgan Geist of Metro Area, Storm Queen and the Environ label fame giving it a 90s transatlantic house twist.
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AKSK
Things We Do

You may AKSK the question who are AKSK? Well they are a collaborative effort between Adda Kaleh and Suzanne Kraft who have been working on this project for over seven years. They have finally come up with an eight track album of crystalline and pastoral pop with some heavy dub elements in particular on a couple of dub reworks by CPUB. 

Romare
Home

Romare is a DJ and producer with a moustache and a knack for making the kind of Giles Peterson-approved mixture of cut and paste soul, jazz and dancefloor that would naturally get him signed to Ninja Tune. Home is his third album and sees him leaning further towards dancefloor but retaining the melodic textures that saw his earlier Projections album win Album of the Year in DJ mag. 

Dorothys Fortress
Theme from Phase IV / Hellcat

The fact that the press release opens with 'produced by the mysterious Django the Bastard' suggests possibly that Django the Bastard is a pen name of someone of some importance. We're not sure. What we can tell you is that Dorothys Fortress play electro disco and lo-fi sleaze that has been championed in their sets by the Chemical Brothers and we think this is their first release for ten years or so.
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Al Chem
Metaphysics Of Love

Forging the iciness of no-wave and post-punk with the warmth of soul and electronica shouldn’t really make sense, but Alexander Christou’s latest 12” Metaphysics of Love - recorded under his nom-de-plume Al Chem - somehow manages it. Boasting the title track plus another new track ‘Fistful of Snow’, it also houses remixes from Shahrokh Dini and Michael Reinboth. 

Daft Punk
Random Access Memories

Random Access Memories was the Daft Punk album that we were led to believe by an excitable media was pretty much the future of music rolled up in an unrelenting summer hit machine. Fortunately we own our own ears so, like, many others, we could independently decide that it was... just a bit average really despite a star strewn guest list and addictive lead single Get Lucky. Still, if we're trying to get all nostalgic about 2013 (or 1977) it is the first place to turn to.   
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Daft Punk
Discovery

Discovery was the second album from playful Parisian electronic duo Daft Punk. It marked a shift away from their debut Homework in being more inspired by R&B and disco than the earlier Chicago House influenced sound. It was also around this time the duo became robots shedding their previous human based presentation. The most famous track on the album is probably Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger having been sampled by Kanye West.  
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Kino-Moderno
Kino-Moderno

The latest in Dutch label Rush Hour’s series of releases focussing on Japanese music exhumes a long-lost techno gem. An EP taken from the album of the same name originally released in 1990, Kino-Moderno’s music was used in the video game ‘Video Drug 2’. This EP includes remixes from British house DJ Frankie Valentine, and an unreleased version of ‘Into The Future’. 
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Colored Music
Heart Beat

The latest in Dutch label Rush Hour’s series of releases focussing on Japanese music presents two highly sought-after edits from Colored Music and their 1981 self-titled album courtesy of Tokyo’s Chee Chimizu. This 12” release also includes an alternative take on ‘Heart Beat’. 
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Larry Heard
Sceneries Not Songs, Volume One

The point at which Larry Heard’s (AKA Mr. Fingers) 1994 classic Sceneries Not Songs Volume 1 was made possible when he managed to perfectly combine jazz, deep ambience and his famed Chicago house sound. In doing so, he made an album for lovers of both house and R&B. Released as a double vinyl LP for the first time, it includes a bonus track that was only previously available on CD.
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Róisín Murphy
Overpowered

Overpowered (2007) was the second album by ex-Moloko singer Roisin Murphy. Murphy set out to make a pop/disco album and she succeeded. She took influence from the pre-house sounds of D-Train, Mantronix and Gwen Guthrie, whilst being inspired by the cerebral pop of Yazoo and Eurythmics. Jimmy Douglass, Bugz In The Attic and Richard X all helped to make the album what it is.

Natural Wild
Hot & Sexable (incl. Morgan Buckley mixes)

This 12” vinyl bears re-mastered and remixed versions of ‘Hot & Sexable’ by Natural Wild, a Quare Groove classic originally released in 1985. As well as the extended club mix of the full vocal version sung by Denise Keogh, there are three additional versions, all overseen by producer Morgan Buckley. 
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Yaeji
What We Drew 우리가 그려왔던

Yaeji is a Brooklyn-based Korena-American electronic music producer who blends house and hip-hop resulting in some pretty cool sounds. It seems her outlook is pretty positive too - What We Drew takes its energy from familial support, friendship and the gratitude she feels for both. Previously she has released two EPS and remixed tracks for Charli XCX and Robyn
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Galaxians
Chemical Reaction

There's very little good news about at the moment so let us try to help you out by announcing a new album from Leeds boogie synth collective Galaxians. The main thing to note is the addition of powerhouse vocalist Emma Mason as a full time member of the band and her voice becomes a vital cog in their productions which have become sleekly stripped back as a result. Time to forget the troubles of the world and get on the (virtual) dancefloor. 
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Bad Boy Chiller Crew
Full Wack No Brakes

Having become huge local stars already thanks to their YouTube channel, to the point where they’ve starred in their own feature-length doc on Vice, Bradford-based Bad Boy Chiller Crew drop their debut mixtape, Full Wack No Brakes. Steeped in the history of British hip-hop and dance music culture, their sound will be familiar to many yet still revelatory. 

The Chemical Brothers
Surrender (20th Anniversary Expanded Edition)

Surrender is the third album by The Chemical Brothers and was originally released in 1999. It includes the singles Hey Boy, Hey Girl and Let Forever Be. The latter famously samples The Beatles track Tomorrow Never Knows and features vocals from Noel Gallagher. The star-studded album also features guest performances from Hope Sandoval (Mazzy Star), Jonathan Donahue (Mercury Rev) and Bernard Sumner (New Order). This 20th Anniversary expanded edition includes a load of remixes and a DVD of their Glastonbury set from 2000.

India Jordan
For You

For You is a very personal EP by Doncaster-born and London-based producer and DJ India Jordan. It is Jordan’s journey, growing up as a LBGTQ+ person in the North of England, expressed through music. She draws on all of her musical experience here, mixing sample-heavy house, emotionally charged techno and speedy drum ‘n’ bass. On Local Action

Peggy Gou
Once

A rising star of the international club scene for the past couple of years, 2018 might be the year that Peggy Gou explodes into the public consciousness. It certainly will if she keeps making records as good as this. After graduating from Ninja Tune sub-label Technicolour, Gou’s first EP for NT contains three wedges of classy dancefloor fare. Her stated love for Maurice Fulton is evident on lead single ‘It Makes You Forget (Itgehane)’, a sultry deep house jam that sees her singing in her native Korean.
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Mark Archer / Luke Vibert
Frndzne 04

Kellam Matthews’ New York-based Frendzone label gets round to its fourth release, a collaboration between two icons of rave culture in Mark Archer and Luke Vibert. Frndzne 04 is a split EP in which Archer and Vibert take two massive rave tracks for a side each, ‘Pump It’ and ‘What’s The Name’ for the former and ‘Phoam’ and ‘Acidhouse Ecstasy’ for the latter.
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Anthony Naples
Fog FM

New York producer and co-owner of Incensio and Proibito Anthony Naples issues a ghostly, imaginary radio transmission of house music through a filter of “fluorescent static”. Mechanically stored and reproduced culture is increasingly timeless and intra-referential: it’s this into which Naples seems to tap with his warm, era-spanning frequencies.
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Peaking Lights
Little Flower

Weirdo disco dub duo Peaking Lights return with new sounds, and with a special guest too! Little Flower includes a vocal from actress Chloë Sevigny, sounding pretty cool and effortless over the sweet psychedelic groove. In addition we get the exclusive new track ‘Conga Blue’, as well as instrumental versions of both cuts. 12” on Two Flowers.
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Linda Majika / Thoughts Visions & Dreams feat. Ray Phiri
Let's Make A Deal / Step Out Of My Life

Originally released in South Africa in the late '80s, these two rare cuts have been put together on super loud 12" vinyl. Linda Majika's Let's Make A Deal was a noted club track of the era and over on the flip the late night sax workout Step Out of My Life by Thoughts Visions and Dreams was a popular tune of the times which sees its first vinyl pressing since its original release. 

Adaye
Turn It Up

Turn It Up by Adaye was originally released in 1983. It is a prime cut of South African guitar funk-meets-disco. Emil Zoghby, head of Heads Music and Ray Phiri co-wrote the track which features Al Etto on vocals. Turn It Up was the only song Adaye released - they were a one-off project featuring members of Stimela fka The Cannibals. They also performed under the names Street Kids and Kumasi.

Dream 2 Science
Dream 2 Science

A re-issue of an electronic soul classic here from the good people at Rush Hour. Ben Cenac (also of Newcleus) made this in 1990 on Power Move records and it was a gorgeous burst of introverted melodic house and deep space funk that could be compared to the work of Chicago house legend Larry Heard. Stone cold classic this.  
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Jura Soundsystem
With You EP

Jura Soundsystem is the mysterious unnamed head of the Temples of Jura label and With You follows up last year's well received Monster Skies EP. Again the record combines dub, ambient, house and balearic into a melting pot of sound with some guitar and sax added to provide some organic sounds amongst the wilful electronica. 

Will Saul
Your Time Is Up (Move D / Space Dimension Controller Remixes)

Producer and Aus Music label head Will Saul pays tribute to one of his favourite records with this cover of ‘Your Time Is Up’, an underground smash in 1990 for Yolanda on the Underground Resistance label. This 12” single is accompanied by remixes from Move D and Space Dimension Controller as well. 
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Underworld
Dubnobasswithmyheadman

Underworld’s 1994 LP ‘Dubnobasswithmyheadman’ is arguably one of the most influential British electronic records of all time. 20 years on since its release, Underworld’s Rick Smith has remastered it to celebrate its anniversary. Presented as a deluxe reissue, this altered version of an iconic classic is more of a revamp than a rework, uncoverng an abundance of previously unreleased material and rare alternate mixes, offering a definitive version of its original companion. 
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Minty
Useless Man

Founded by fashion designer, actor and model Leigh Bowery in the early Nineties shortly before his death, Minty was constructed around the principle of subverting sexual norms in society. To mark the 25th anniversary of Bowery’s passing, their perennial live opener ‘Useless Man’ gets a re-issue on a 12” EP on white vinyl, backed by two remixes (including one by Boy George). 
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Various
Black Riot: Early Jungle, Rave and Hardcore

Black Riot: Early Jungle, Rave and Hardcore is a new compilation from Soul Jazz Records. It brings together a bunch of seriously dark and heavy ragga-infused hardcore jungle tracks from the start of the 1990s. Acts such as Levictus and Krome & Time, Babylon Timewarp, Trip One and Rhythm for Reason feature. Initial copies come with a mini graphic novel (be quick if you want one of those).
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February Montaine
Mount Nod / Peaking Lights Heater Dub

February Montaine made happy/sad DIY bedroom pop music that you all need to hear. He has been championed by the likes of Trevor Jackson and the bloke from Late From the Pier the latter of whom has made it his mission to let the world hear the music Montaine was working on when he passed away in 1991. As a special temptation Peaking Lights have re-worked the track into one of their dub disco shapes on the flip. 
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The Chemical Brothers
Further

If you don’t know if, Further is the 2010 album of The Chemical Brothers, and it's kind of their shoegaze album. It also might be their best album of recent years, with the usual focus on big guest collaborations jettisoned in favour of an epic tangle of ecstatic electronic beats and textures. A full psychedelic trip without losing the big club power. Vinyl reissue.
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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.

Paperclip People / LCD Soundsystem
Throw

Carl Craig’s alias Paperclip People had possibly its biggest impact with Throw, real chunky banger with disco flair as well as techno / house clout. LCD Soundsystem used to cover this one for extra-ecstatic effect in their live sets, and now they have very kindly recorded their version properly in the studio! LCD version, plus the original, on a 12” from Planet E.
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Escape From New York
Fire In My Heart

Those who know their deep disco history will be excited to see this reissue of Escape From New York’s 1984 track Fire In My Heart: a super-funky synth-slice that is simply irresistible. The track is backed with an instrumental dub version and ‘Won’t Be Your Fool’. Freshly remastered, out on Isle Of Jura.
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Session Victim
Needledrop Remixed

German house duo Session Victim have found plenty of support for their music from the likes of Resident Advisor, Mixmag and DJ Mag. Judging by Needledrop Remixed, there’s no shortage of artists wanting to remix tracks from their recent Needledrop album, either. This 5-track 12” features remixes by Laurence Guy, Jackmate, Patrice Scott, Dday One and Panoram.
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Thunderbolt
Love Is So Funny

Love is So Funny is an ultra-rare, highly sought after boogie-funk classic by Thunderbolt which was originally released at the beginning of the ‘80s. The man behind the song is Mr. Pete Warner who has worked with the likes of Eddie Kendricks, David Ruffin, Herbie Mann and Patrick Adams to name a few. 12” on Omaggio.
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Daft Punk
Alive 1997

Live album from the kings of contemporary electronica Daft Punk recorded in Birmingham’s Que Club way back in 1997 when they had just released their debut album. The roar of the crowd as they drop funky melodies and awesome beats gives this album a real exciting ambience. A must have for fans of the duo. On vinyl.

Shanti Celeste
Tangerine

Containing lush soundscapes and worldly flavours of instrumentation, Bristol-based Shanti Celeste serves up her zesty debut album - 'Tangerine'. Imbued with colour and sweet samples, this ten track eyebrow-raiser is a Celeste's creative expedition - the length of the record giving her the breathing space to liberally apply her creative juices.

Jayda G
Both Of Us / Are U Down

A new four-track EP on 12” vinyl from Canadian-born, Berlin-based artist Jayda G. Following the success of her 2019 debut album Significant Changes and a number of well-received DJ sets, the uplifting house of ‘Both Of Us’ and the harder, more downcast ‘Are U Down’ take up the first side, with remixes taking up the reverse. 

Motohiko Hamase
Technodrome

Originally released in 1993, Technodrome saw jazz bassist and experimental artist Motohiko Hamase turn even further into electronic territory with an album of ambient house that was both minimalistic and funky. It now gets a re-issue on CD, and for the first time ever on double-vinyl as part of the Esplanade Series. 

Mildlife
Automatic

Following the slow-burning success of their 2018 debut album Phase, which won the patronage of Gilles Peterson and became a go-to record for DJs around the world, Mildlife present a more focussed and dancefloor-orientated take on their kinetic jazz/krautrock grooves on sophomore studio album Automatic. 

Justice
† (Cross)

Justice's debut is as big and brash as any electronic album this side of Daft Punk. Opting for stadium-sized pop hits and sample heavy electro-house tunes, '†' was hugely successful on the radio and in the indie music press alike. It features the chart smashing songs 'D.A.N.C.E.', 'DVNO', 'Stress' and 'Waters Of Nazareth'. They don't make them like this anymore.

Disclosure
Energy

On their previous two albums dance phenomenon Disclosure have written only  the material they ended up using. on their third album though they've recorded over 200 pieces and whittled them down to just 11. They keyword being the title as they chose only the most energetic, most immediate tracks. It is still a very varied collection with Brazilian, R&B and hip-hop influences and two mega guests in Kelis and Common. 
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Hiro Ama
Uncertainty EP

Hiro Ama is the solo pseudonym of Hiro Amamiya, drummer of English band Teleman. Recorded during a brief hiatus between relentless touring and creativity enforced by the COVID-19 crisis, his debut EP Uncertainty was completed in the space of a month, and reflects its circumstances of isolation and confusion, as well as having a tonal debt to his Japanese homeland. 
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Daft Punk
Homework

Jackin' house, big synth melodies and party ready techno cuts define Daft Punk's debut. It's less of the robot-ey, riffy pop hits which would come to prominence in their following album 'Discovery' and more club friendly, upbeat jams. 'Homework' must have been a breath of fresh air back in the day and has influenced pretty much every French house act since. It features the repetitive android classic 'Around The World', 'Da Funk', 'Burnin', 'Alive' and 'Revolution 909'. It still sounds incredibly fun today and is bound to get any decent party started.
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Josey Rebelle
Josey In Space

The legendary Rinse FM DJ Josey Rebelle presents Josey In Space, a new mix for the Beats In Space label. It’s available as a 20-track mixed CD release and in mixed and unmixed digital forms, many of which make their exclusive debuts. It’s also available as a four-track 12” vinyl of its highlights ready for DJs! 

Gherkin Jerks
1990 EP

Gherkin Jerks may mean nothing to you but it was the one time project of house  legend Mr Larry Heard (Mr Fingers etc). It was an outlet for his more out-there recordings which strayed into experimental techno areas.  This is a limited re-press of some of his most sought after recordings under this moniker - six tracks unavailable on wax since the early '90s.   
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Gherkin Jerks
Stomp The Beat EP

Larry Heard is a bit of a legend of Chicago House but unless you are very lucky you won't own a copy of his Gherkin Jerks output.  The moniker was an outlet for his more experimental and techno-leaning recordings and this six track release is a far cry from the work he is most known for as Mr Fingers. A rare chance to get some seriously rare recordings. 
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The Prodigy
Experience

Experience was the debut the Prodigy album released in 1992. It contains all their early hits including Charly and Out of Space and catches the band at their most playful and rave influenced. They would get heavier and nastier in the following decade but a listen to Experience reminds you of the glorious exhubrant thrill of the early the Prodigy.  

Georgia
Never Let You Go

Never Let You Go is arguably (definitely!) the best track from Georgia’s second album, Seeking Thrills. It’s a mega-catchy pop hit that takes inspiration from ‘80s Chicago house and Detroit Techno. It comes as a 12” single with a remix from English producer Skream on the flip. On Domino.

Sass
Much Too Much

Sass were known as the Jack Sass band back in 1982 playing a kind of funk rock popular in New York clubs. They went into the studio with 25 West label owner Silvio Tancredi and recorded Much Too Much which was released in both vocal and instrumental formats. Long out of print, the track has been remastered from the tapes of vocalist Mic Murphy so newer fans can get this Northern Soul anthem on wax. 

Street Kids
Game No. 1 / Last Night (You Moved Me)

Game No.1 by South African 5-piece Street Kids was originally released in 1983. It features all the smooth, soulful, squelchy disco funk you could want on one track. On the other side you get (Last Night) You Moved Me, an even smoother tune to end the night with. Both tracks featured on the band’s 1984 album Dancin’ All Night. On Rush Hour.
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Space Ghost
Free 2 B

Space Ghost is the DJ and producing moniker of Sudi Wachspress from Oakland, California. He has taken his name from a ‘60s cartoon. Following his last two albums, 2018’s Endless Light and 2019's Aquarium Nightclub, he has gone somewhere different. On Free 2 B he shows off the house and R&B influences that make him tick. On Apron.
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Black Devil
Lucifer Is A Flower

Black Devil is the alter ego of Bernard Fevre known mostly for the Black Devil Disco Club album which was released initially in 1978 but found favour with listeners a couple of decades later. Lucifer Is A Flower is his final album, as inventive as all of his previous work and a fitting epitaph for a legendary musician. 

Maurice Fulton
Earth EP ft. Peggy Gou

Recently launched label Gudu Records follows its excellent start (EPs from Peggy Gou and DMX Krew) with Earth EP by underground house producer Maurice Fulton featuring Peggy Gou. Over the three tracks expect some classic old school Chicago drums, chugging basslines, psychedelic breakdowns, freakouts and slo-mo rave. 

Charlotte Adigéry
Zandoli

Zandoli is the work of Charlotte Adigéry, an artist with heritage from Belgian and Martinique. That background really comes through in the lively rhythms and the playful attitude of her music: Charlotte sings in French amid an ever-changing swirl of electric production. Made with the assistance of close collaborator Bolis Pupul.

Plastic Mode
Mi Amor

Discoring presents a re-issue of a true Italo disco classic, 1985’s ‘Mi Amor’ by Plastic Mode. Sampling Klein & M.B.O.’s ‘The MBO Theme’ and produced by Angelo Valsiglio and Mario Boncaldo, it was originally released on Discomagic Records and has become a hip-shaking cult hit. 
  • Vinyl 12" (DR-003)
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The Star Beams
Play Disco Specials

Known best for their dancefloor demolisher ‘Disco Stomp’, South African ensemble The Star Beams get a re-issue of their previously ultra-rare album Play Disco Specials, originally released in 1976 on JAS Records. Nearly 45 years after it came out, very little is known about the personnel behind this gem, but at least the wider availability will spread the knowledge of this immensely talented group. 

Mental Cube
Mental Cube EP

Mental Cube were Future Sound Of London in their early years. This eponymous EP was originally released in 1990. Over the four tracks you will find some funky 909 work outs, classic house and the bass heavy In The Mind of A Child, which was intended to be released back in the day as a Mental Cube track, but was released under the name Indo Tribe.

Jeannette N'Diaye
Makom Ma Bobe

A first-ever re-issue for ‘Maom Ma Bobe’, the 1981 Afro-disco gem from Cameroonian singer Jeannette N'Diaye and one of the genre’s most sought-after 12” singles. With the Kalita label re-mastering the original’s lavish grooves, there’s also an extended remix by Dutch producer Mendel gracing the reverse. 

Delroy Edwards
Slap Happy

Fresh from his collaboration with Dean Blunt, Delroy Edwards returns to L.I.E.S with an LP that should scratch any itch you have for some old school Chicago House. All the elements are here for some worshipping of the classic old school sound with no modern day production styles and plenty of synth stabs and latin style percussion. Unapologetically vintage, this could be his best solo offering yet.  
  • Vinyl LP (LIES150)
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Gene Hunt
After School

This is Chicago house legend Gene Hunt, not the character from the TV show Life On Mars. After School is a 12” EP featuring three tracks from deep down in Hunt’s wonderous archive. As the title may suggest, After School is bringing back some real old school bangers that were played in clubs back in the day. This is the first time they’ve been released on vinyl. Rugged chi-town jack trax/acid house on Delroy Edwards' L.A. Club Resource label.
  • Vinyl 12" (LACR 28)
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  • Limited edition
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Move D
Building Bridges

The name Move D is pretty much a byword for quality in the world of dance music these days. Building Bridges, the latest LP from David Moufang’s most prominent project, keeps up the brand profile with another set of elegant and sleek deep house tracks. Given that Building Bridges works so well as a whole it’s surprising to find out that some of these cuts were made two decades apart from each other. Thomas Fehlmann, Juju & Jordash and Fred P are among the guests.
  • Vinyl Double LP (AUSLP010)
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Sink Ya Teeth
Two

If you frequented the New York clubs Danceteria or Paradise Garage in the early ‘80s then the vibes laid down on Two by Norfolk duo Sink Ya Teeth will bring back some nostalgic feelings. I’m going to go out on a limb and say it’s unlikely many of you did frequent those clubs, but if you want a blend of melancholic deep house, post punk and joyous disco then this could well be the album for you.

Wajatta
Don't Let Get You Down

Reggie Watts and John Tejada return with their second Wajatta album Don’t Let Get You Down, via Flying Lotus’ Brainfeeder imprint. If the new single (and title track) is anything to go by, it’ll be poppier and friendlier to a wider audience than their debut - something that perhaps comes from Watts’ day job, the bandleader for James Corden’s US chat show. 

Too Free
Love in High Demand

Straight out of Washington (and that's DC not Tyne and Wear) are Too Free  - a three piece who feature ex members of Merchandise and Big Freedia. The trio use the landscape of their hometown to inspire kinetic and freewheeling avant dance-rock high in improvisation and low in tried and true structures. Forward thinking avant-dancefloor certainly with nods to Arthur Russell and Anohni (to these ears anyway).  

Vance and Suzzanne
I Can't Get Along Without You

A first ever 12” vinyl re-issue for Vance and Suzzanne’s 1980 hit ‘I Can’t Get Along Without You’, one of the most sought-after and highly prized singles from the disco era. While originals will surely keep fetching triple figures, this lovingly packaged artefact from Kalita features an unearthed press photo and liner notes from contemporary interviews, plus an instrumental version on the B-side. 

Drama
Dance Without Me

Despite a healthy and prodigious output since they formed five years ago, the Chicago-based outfit Drama are only now releasing their debut album. Fortunately, Dance Without Me benefits from the many months of careful planning and tweaking, dealing with heartbreak, self-care and self-forgiveness, with singer Via Rosa’s lyrics and delivery the focal point. 

Cross Island
East Of The Apple

It’s always nice when someone digs up a lost classic. This time it’s the turn of new label Kalita. They have revived disco classic East of the Apple by New York sextet Cross Island. The 12” features two mixes of the title track, Just A Little Different mix and the Al Kent remix. It also includes an Al Kent remix of the track Wave.

Synchrojack
Daylight

Dean Slydell and Greg Wheeler, better known as British techno duo Synchrojack and who were active back in the mid-Nineties, originally released ‘Daylight’ back in 1995 on the Cash Machines disc. It now gets a re-issue via Melodies International on 12” vinyl, a package that includes a ‘melozine’... 

Byron The Aquarius
Astral Traveling

Featuring the glugging synth bass-driven 'Sorry Kari (Lu$t)' and the standout moment in cocktail bar-electro Universal Love (feat. Will Slick), 'Astral Traveling' is a stunning fusion of everything in between the pillars of soul, jazz, house and hip hop. Bryon The Aquarius at his velvety smooth best.
  • Vinyl LP (MI016LP)
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The Chemical Brothers
Brotherhood

Despite being only a few years away from the release of their first greatest hits compilation Greatest 93-03, big-beat scientists The Chemical Brothers decided to let us gorge ourselves on their biggest singles all over again with 2008’s Brotherhood (The Definitive Singles Collection). To be fair, the years after Greatest 93-03 had seen the group produce some of their biggest hits (‘Galvanize’, ‘Do It Again’), and Brotherhood also comes with two exclusive tunes and a bonus disc of big-room techno tools that are all called ‘Electronic Battle Weapons’, so a new compilation does seem justified.

Cerrone
DNA

An influential composer of ‘70s and ‘80s dance music and responsible for sales of 30 million around the world, producer Marc Cerrone returns with his umpteenth studio album DNA. Released via Because Music on crystal clear see-through vinyl, this electronic music legend is still at the top of his game. 

Logic1000
Logic1000

Australian-born producer and DJ Samantha Poulter re-issues her much sought-after self-titled debut EP as Logic1000. Having been initially released as a white-label vinyl only back at the start of 2019, being endorsed by the likes of Four Tet, Carl Craig and Mount Kimbie subsequently, the six tracks are now appearing on a regular 12” vinyl on Because Music. 

Pet Shop Boys
Monkey Business

Following the Years & Years-featuring ‘Dreamland’ and ‘Burning The Heather’, Pet Shop Boys trail the release of their upcoming 14th studio album Hotspot with its third single ‘Monkey Business’. Features a radio edit of the track, remixes from Friend Within and Prins Thomas, plus exclusive B-side ‘At Rock Bottom’. 

Steve Spacek
Houses

Houses is the new album by one of the originators of the South London electronic scene, Steve Spacek. It is released through Black Focus. It is an album that he calls ‘long overdue’ taking inspiration from house and threading through some soul, jazz and R&B. Spacek has released records though Eglo, his brother, dBridge’s, Exit Records under the name Blackpocket, through Ninja Tune under the name Beat Spacek and collaborated with Mark Pritchard under the name Africa HiTech, which was released on Warp.

Sidiku Buari
Revolution (Live Disco Show In New York City)

Revolution (Live Disco Show In New York City) by Sidiku Buari displays different aspects of the artist. Side one is supposedly, although not definitely, recorded live at a show in NYC that may or may not have happened. Their disco sound is anchored by heavy bass. Side 2 shows the versatility of the band with a couple of politically charged numbers, a Christmas song and some afrobeat grooves.
  • Vinyl Double LP (BBE612ALP)
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Alessandro Alessandroni
Afro Discoteca (Reworked and Reloved)

Nearly three years on from composer Alessandro Alessandroni's 'Afro Discoteca' being released on 12” comes a four-track remix EP, sub-titled Reworked and Reloved. It features an alternate take from rock act Calibro 35, plus remixes from three Italian DJs/producers in the shape of Jolly Mare, L.U.C.A. and pAd. 

Romare
Gone / Danger

Romare has done two important things in the last two years. Firstly he made the two tracks on this 12" but more importantly perhaps he learnt to ride a motorbike. I have utterly no idea on what this tidbit of information this has on this record which is his first new material since the acclaimed Love Songs: Part Two. Expect direct dancefloor driven electronica with doomy bass lines and perhaps if we are lucky the distant hum of a two stroke engine.   

Bufiman
Albumsi

German artist Bufiman, who you may also know as Jan Schulte or Wolf Müller samples percussion from forgotten prog rock and digi-dub records. Albumsi concentrates on snare drum samples, which may sound kind of limiting, but in the hands of this creative one-off, it really is quite something. On Dekmantel.

Theo Parrish with Maurissa Rose
This Is For You

Sound Signature Records presents a new 12” single from legendary American DJ and producer Theo Parrish, who teams up with vocalist Maurissa Rose for ‘This Is For You’, his first new music in around half a decade. The reverse side of the single contains an instrumental version of the same track. 

Various (Zmatsutsi, Tross, Houschyar)
Various Lurkers

On Various Lurkers, the Space Ritual label presents three dazzling cuts from its roster, all dancefloor fillers informed by kosmiche / krautrock influences. On the A-side is Zmatsutsi’s ‘Psychedelic Frogs Are Ok’, while on the flip are Tross’s ‘Gallium’ and Houschyar’s ‘Einstieg’. 

Various
Taiwan Disco

Taiwan Disco highlights the wild, wonderful, colourful and cosmic sounds that were made by female musicians in Taiwan in the 1970s, Funk, disco, soul and glam variants were created when the influx of western music mixed with the already diverse Taiwanese sounds. This will get you on your feet! On Aberrant.

Tom Of England
Sex Monk Blues

Tom of England is in fact Thomas Bullock of England who has previously traded under the names Tonka Hi-fi and most notoriously A.R.E Weapons. He's been tinkering away for years on what would become his debut solo album in which he produces six slices of futurist dancefloor sizzle which has been compared excitingly to PIL and Arthur Russell....and it's out on L.I.E.S further lending creedence to the idea that this is very much something of an unclassifiable release.  
  • Vinyl LP (LIES133)
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Donna Summer / Earth, Wind & Fire with The Emotions
I Feel Love (Patrick Cowley Mega Mix) / Boogie Wonderland (12" Version)

Patrick Cowley’s Mega Mix of Donna Summer’s disco classic ‘I Feel Love’ became a beloved favourite of music nerds in 1978, taking the sensuous original and stretching it out over nearly 16 minutes. Now Cowley’s version is more widely available on 12” vinyl, and just for good measure, they’ve thrown in an eight-minute mix of Earth, Wind & Fire’s 1979 hit ‘Boogie Wonderland’ on the flip side. 

Patrick Cowley
Mechanical Fantasy Box

Patrick Cowley is probably best known as a Hi-NRG pioneer writing and producing hits for disco diva Sylvester. However he was also somewhat of an early electronic pioneer writing experimental electronic pieces inspired by Kraftwerk. Here are thirteen unreleased songs recorded between the years 1973 and 1980 showcasing these electronic work he recorded using only the primitive equipment available to him at the time. Proceeds to the San Francisco AIDS Foundation.  

Nexus 21
The Rhythm of Life

30th anniversary reissue for the classic The Rhythm Of Life by Nexus 21 originally released in 1989. Despite going on to make some legendary 12” EPs, this was the electronic duo’s only full-length album. It was originally released on Blue Chip before Network snapped them up. The album is heavily influenced by the sound of Detroit techno with additional elements of breakbeat, acid house and techno. Classic early UK house/techno from Chris Peat and Mark Archer - best known as legendary rave tag team Altern 8. Originally issued as a single LP, this new edition has been remastered and spread across two slabs of vinyl.

The Prodigy
Music For The Jilted Generation

Yeah, that’s right you mug! You love it! Feeeeeeel it! We’re the jilted generation right? We aren’t gonna take any of your ‘rules’ any more! We’re gonna party on all night long! And rave every day! And collaborate with Sleaford Mods if we fancy it as well! And there’s nothing you can do to stop us, you little melt! To be fair, The Prodigy’s second studio LP still kicks arse all these years later. 1994’s ‘Music For The Jilted Generation’ is probably second only to the band’s other classic album ‘The Fat Of The Land’ when it comes to totting up the best records from the more anarchic, punkish end of Big Beat. This is the one with ‘Voodoo People’ and ‘No Good (Start The Dance)’ on it … you mugs.

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