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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.&n...view item »

Posthuman
Mutant City Acid

For their first full-length in eight years the ever-reliable Posthuman pair freshen up their hard-hitting acid sound with a little injection of story. Spawned from the Balkan Vinyl EP series of the ...view item »

Various / Motor City Drum Ensemble
Selectors 001 - Motor City Drum Ensemble

Dekmantel launch their Selectors series with Detroit house, funk and disco encyclopedia Motor City Drum Ensemble. The tracks on this unmixed double vinyl LP and CD represent the obscurest and most essential tunes from his collection. Boogie synths, soulful house and deep disco you’ve never...view item »

Mr. Fingers
Cerebral Hemispheres

It's happening! It's finally happening: Larry 'Mr. Fingers' Heard is about to bless us with his first long-player since 1994! The record includes a remixed version of 'Qwazars' from the well-received 'Outer Acid' EP, plus 14 brand new tracks; Cerebral Hemispheres features 18 tracks in total, on triple vinyl LP. Lush, so...view item »

Peaking Lights
Sea Of Sand

DIY experimental psych-dub duo Peaking Lights change up from releasing on their own label to drop sounds on a full-blown dance music label: new extended EP Sea of Sand is distributed by Dekmantel. Still though, this husband and wife pair keep on working their own special sound territory, with typically gorgeous results....view item »

Omar-S feat. Simon Black
I'll Do It Again

Omar S switches it up a smidgen on his latest drop. ‘I’ll Do It Again’ is definitely still identifiable as the work of the FXHE boss - only Omar can carry off that sort of lo-fi bongo-techno thing with such aplomb. However, ...view item »

Cromby
Futurola EP

For a while Denis Sulta was using the Sulta Selects label as a vehicle for releasing his own stuff. However, with the new Sulta Selects Silver Service series that appears to be changing. The sub-label kicks off with a release by Irish producer Cromby. Fut...view item »

Round Four (feat. Tikiman)
Find A Way

First released in 1998, Main Street Records compliment with a second vinyl reissue this fourth release of Moritz von Oswald’s and Mark Ernestus’ Round series. The duo, also known as ...view item »

Disclosure
Ultimatum

Disclosure! They're good. These lads know how to do sunny dance music, even if the timing of this release is a little on the late side to be 2018's Big Summer House Classic. Brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence recently discovered the amazing, heartfelt and powerful voice of Malian singer and musician Fatoumata Diawara...view item »

Paranoid London
The Boombox Affair

With a nostalgic taste for late 80s acid house, a DIY punk attitude, and whiny 303s, Paranoid London are guaranteed to deliver a dancefloor wrecker. The Boombox Affair is dedicated to LGBTQ+ activist Bubbles Bubblesynski, murdered in San Francisco, meaning that your hard-earned pounds will go to charities while you get ...view item »

Rotla
Waves

Beautiful tones from Italy’s Mario Pierro aka Rotla (Raiders of the Lost Arp), once again for Edizioni Mondo. Following the label’s fondness for library and documentary music, Rotla’s new twelve Waves blends balearic and kosmische references into eighties disco on the title track and slower ter...view item »

Julien Dyne
Teal

After a brief flirtation with Soundway a in 2017 when he remixed The Sweetest Meditation by Lord Echo, Julien Dyne is back on the label  to conduct some of his own bizness. Teal mixes Future soul and afro-house and is dripping in synths. His work with Theo Parrish, Steve Spacek...view item »

Secretsundaze
Cyber EP

After many years of DJing, putting on parties and running the Secretsundaze label the duo of James Priestley & Giles Smith are now starting to show off their production skills. Following on from the ...view item »

Womack & Womack
MPB (Missin’ Persons Bureau)

Ahh this is a really nice one man. Womack & Womack initially released the electro-soul number ‘MPB (Missin’ Persons Bureau)’ as a track on their 1988 LP Conscience. A couple of years later, an at-the-peak-of-his-powers Frankie Knuckles got hold of the stems and turned in a cracking...view item »

Night Force & The Tom Cats
Dance

Some superb old boogie from Afrosynth Records here. Night Force originally released the energetic ‘Dance’ in Europe in 1980, but the track was officially slowed down (from 45 rpm to 33) for t...view item »

The Chemical Brothers
Further

I think that the Chemical Brothers really took a step back before they created this album and decided to do something a little bit different - here we have a well crafted album! The ebb and flow of the record makes sense, spins a web of whimsy and tells a story (well at least until the 2 last tracks). Great for headphone music when you're in a r...view item »

Q
The Voice Of Q

The Voice Of Q (by Q) has been a favourite of the leftfield disco heads out there ever since its original release in 1982. Unfortunately original pressings are rare and the tune has been poorly served by bootlegged reissues since then… So thank goodness Isle Of Jura have decided to do the job properly at last. Th...view item »

Icio Omegha
Psycho Cruise: Private Home Recordings 1984 - 1991

Icio Omegha (also known as Maurizio Aghemo) has had his feet in experimental music for decades, and continues to experiment to this day. Primarily a guitar, sitar and keyboard player he was a member of UCO (Universal Condition Orchestra) here Futurible have sourced this collecti...view item »

Motor City Drum Ensemble
Raw Cuts # 3 / Raw Cuts # 4

Wow, didn’t expect this one to get a repress. It’s that Ensemble that is neither lofty nor an ensemble that plays the deep deep house music, this record (and probably the whole Raw Cuts series) being modern classics of the genre, taking influence from disco and funk as well as incorporating the sounds ...view item »

Victor
Amerikan Dread

Satoshi Yamamura has dug this one out the crates for a reissue on the excellent Music From Memory (Dip In The Pool, Richenel). Previously only available as an ultra-rare 7”, ‘Amerikan Dread’ is a disco-funk strut topped with an aching vocal from Victor...view item »

Daft Punk
Discovery

Electronic music is a genre that has broadened so much over the past few decades, that it's become increasingly difficult to find a record that's considered to be an official point of entry. I will tell you this: if you're looking for a start in the genre, Daft Punk's Discovery is the perfect start. Daft Punk may have come from a house music bac...view item »

Parcels
Parcels

A further addition to the 'call your band literally anything' brigade is this hot young group from Australia who have since moved to ...oooh...let's guess....Berlin! They've already had a staggering 90 million streams across various platforms which I'm sure means something to someone out there. Be interesting to see how these Daft Punk collabora...view item »

Colored Music
Colored Music

Japanese duo, Colored Music’s 1981 debut is for fans of weird and obscure music. Their sound is utterly their own, however, if you imagine David Bowie’s Berlin trilogy spliced with the work of Japanese electronic pioneer Haruomi Hosono, it may give you an insight into their world of ...view item »

Disclosure
Moonlight

Critically acclaimed and commercially successful Surrey-based electronic duo, Disclosure delve into previously uncharted waters with their new mini-LP, Moonlight. The tracks are a mix of African rhythms, vocal jazz, disco and deep house - sample based and picked from genres that the pair have always loved, but never recorded. 18...view item »

DJ Joe Lewis
Love of My Own EP

As the name suggests, Dutch label Clone Classic Cuts specialise in re-pressing ancient gems - specifically golden oldies from the early days of house, techno and electro. To a roster that includes editions of material by Dopplereffekt and Fingers Inc. we can now add Joe R. Lewis...view item »

audiobooks
Dance Your Life Away (Andrew Weatherall Remix / David Wrench Extended Mix)

audiobooks (no capitalization you idiot!) are one of those cross generational bands featuring a really old guy and a really young girl and have already getting the people at the Quietus rather excited indeed. Heavenly obviously have high hopes as they've commissioned Andrew Weatherall to sort out one of their tracks. Over on the...view item »

AMOR
Sinking Into A Miracle

Amor are a Glasgow-based dance outfit. Their eclectic line-up bleeds eclecticism into their music, however. The band consist of avant-garde musician Richard Youngs, Turner Prize nominee Luke Fowler, Paul Thompson who played drums with Franz Ferdinand and Norwegian minimalist compo...view item »

Yan Tregger
Ducks & Drakes

1979 French library music from Yan Tregger. Like almost all of its library music brethren, Ducks & Drakes has of course been rare as hen’s teeth on vinyl for countless years, so this readily available BBE reissue is a delightful development. Entirely created by Tregger himself, this is an incr...view item »

Yan Tregger
Catchy

1978 French library music from Yan Tregger. Like almost all of its library music brethren, this album, the first of two originally recorded for Musical Touch Sound, is monstrously rare on vinyl, so its so good to be able to hear this material properly. Weird and wonderful disco music, heavy with spacey vibes and funk grooves. Re...view item »

Lawrence
Illusion

After a couple of LPs for Mule Musiq, Illusion sees Lawrence back on Dial, the label he founded alongside Carsten Jost and Turner. This is another record of finely-calibrated central European techno and deep house from the one born Peter Kersten. The li...view item »

Le Stim
Tribute To Muhammad Ali (We Crown The King)

Melodies International have forged a rep for re-releasing rare soul gems, but even by their standards they’ve pulled off something of a coup here. Le Stim’s 1980 single A Tribute To Muhammad Ali (We Crown The King) is a rare-as-hen’s-teeth bit of Midwest Disco. It’s a great party...view item »

The Prodigy
Music For The Jilted Generation

This album was the turning point for Prodigy from Experience to Fat of the Land. It has some of the club/house elements of their debut but shows them going into uncharted territory. They experiment more with guitar, samples, and the actual music is the perfect blend of chaos and melodic electronica. This would be expanded upon more on their next...view item »

Mark Archer & Shadow Child present MASC
Non Stop EP

If the prospect of English rave vets Mark Archer and Shadow Child joining forces was pretty much a guarantee of quality, the fact that their first record as Masc...view item »

Mr. Fingers
Cerebral Hemispheres Remixes

On EP number 2 of Mr. Fingers’ Cerebral Hemispheres remix series, the deep house pioneer, AKA Larry Heard gets the remix treatment from Joey Anderson on Electron as Kode 9 takes on Spy whilst Upsammy does something to O...view item »

Mr. Fingers
Praise to the Vibes / Crying Over You Remixes

Mr. Fingers AKA Larry Heard has got a bunch of artists together to remix tracks from his Cerebral Hemispheres album over three 12” singles. The first installment sees Larry Heard and Rodaidh McDonald test their remixing skills with Prai...view item »

Various
For Discos Only: Indie Dance Music From Fantasy & Vanguard Records (1976-1981)

Various - 'For Discos Only: Indie Dance Music From Fantasy & Vanguard Records (1976-1981)' is a huge 5LP or 3CD box set that contains a bunch of artists who can stake their claim in making music that ultimately led to techno, house and in some cases, hip-hop. Sylvester, Fat Larry’s Band, Ike an...view item »

Stranded
Celine's Dilemma EP

Optimooooooooo. The Glaswegian label with their umpteenth wedge of cracking party music here. This latest drop comes courtesy of Nashville newcomer Stranded. Celine’s Dilemma is a record of buoyant bedroom disco which packs a serious dancefloor punch. Many of the tracks here hark back to those exc...view item »

Project Pablo
There’s Always More At The Store

Six months on from his first release on Ninja Tune sub-label Technicolour - the excellent Hope You’re Well EP - and Project Pablo is back with the follow-up. Once more the Montreal producer serves up some breezy - but not lightweight - house jams on There’s Always More A...view item »

Sasac
Future Disc

2016 was a different time. Sexy Swede Sasac’s funky Future Disc EP made its first appearance online, but only now do the kind folk at Fasaan Recordings recognise its commercial brilliance. A little too well-produced for your everyday vaporwave fair, a little too catchy to stick to a Bandcamp download-only rel...view item »

Dam Funk
Architecture II

More funky activity from DaM-Funk. This one is a sequel to 2016’s Architecture record, and it more than lives up to that fine slice. ...view item »

Omar S
One Of A Kind

Omar S doing some Omar S-type stuff here. The Detroit club gangster’s latest EP offers up three more tracks of deep, soulful techno. Anyone who’s enjoyed the lo-fi grit that Omar applied to recent drops like Your Socially Awkward Criminal will get plenty of mileage out of a jam like ‘Less Pain’. ...view item »

79.5
Predictions

Big Crown (The Fields & The Expressions, The Shacks) release the debut LP by intriguing NYC group 79.5. While it’s in essence a party record, a lot of influences are torpedoed into Predictions. The minimally groovy rhythm section often resembles ESG...view item »

Mythologen
Church Music

Swedish producer Mythologen aka Alexander Palmestål is back with second twelve Church Music - probably short for Church-converted-into-a-nightclub Music. We have one of those here in Leeds! Bursting with rather euphoric electro-dance, big smiles all-round, the EP shows Palmestål’s great fondness for Lo...view item »

Kallaloo
Star Child

Reissued for the first time: a splendid, sought-after Caribbean disco number from 1982 with uplifting duet vocals, bass too hot for TV, psychedelic guitar and synth and drums with enough claps to wear out an entire production line of sound-activated switches. Side A is the five-minute ‘Short Version’, which is all well and good, but ...view item »

Daniel T.
Heliotrope

In a former life, a decade or so ago, Southern California native Daniel T (Terndrup) was one half of Cosmic Kids who drew upon a very wide range of musical inspirations as well as, of course, the vastness of the cosmos. Daniel has long been a crate digger and a collector armed with an impressive knowledge of all...view item »

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 t...view item »

Dwart
Taipei Disco

The folks behind Príncipe -- Lisbon’s finest and most unimpeachable dance label, and one of our greatest current music resources -- have started a new label. This is our relief bulletin of the week. Only two releases in, it appears Holuzam is going to be playing host to weirder, less formally danceable strands of music, shedding lig...view item »

Bomb The Bass
Into The Dragon

The current rave revivalism of acts like Etch, Dream Cycle and Special Request jacks just as much steez from records like Bomb The B...view item »

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 f...view item »

Bob Moses
Battle Lines

This is the sort of thing that happens when you let Johnny Jewel release too many records. Bob Moses - confusingly not one person but two men called Tom and Jimmy - drop their second LP via Domino. Battle Lines is full of perfectly competent synth-pop songs that remind one of ...view item »

Crooked Man
Crooked House

Too much low-key, cool and detached, smooth and sleek house music around these days? Well, if that’s what you reckon, then Crooked Man has the answer: a big album of big, booming, over-the-top electro-house. Lots of energy and sweet stretched grooves here on Crooked House, which is released by DFA of all labels....view item »

Various
On - The Sound Of On Records 1987-1989

On Records is a South African label specialising in Kwaito, and this is a big, bad-ass collection of material from the fertile 1987 to 1989 era. Presented over three thoroughly DJ-friendly vinyl LPs, you get two different versions of many of the tracks here, so that you can compare the Taxi Mix of Mafika Roadblock...view item »

Dan Kye
Joy, Ease, Lightness

Jordan Rakei has a side-project that releases on Rhythm Section International. Makes sense once you think about it. Anyway, Rakei’s work as Dan Kye is much better than the Jeff Buckley-type thing he does under his given name. The four tunes of Joy, Ease, Lightness...view item »

The Blaze
Dancehall

The Blaze will be absolutely massive. They kind of already are - a video upped to YouTube in 2016 for their song ‘Virile’ (yikes) has four million views and counting - but we reckon their debut LP Dancehall is going to make them REALLY massive. The combination of Disclosure-esque pop-ho...view item »

Peggy Gou
Day Without Yesterday / Six O Six

‘Day Without Yesterday’/Six O Six’ originally dropped in early 2016, when Peggy Gou was just a budding DJ who blew a lot of cash at Phonica Records. Fast forward two years and the Korea...view item »

Yello
Frautonium (The Andrew Weatherall Remixes)

Yello were formed in Switzerland in 1979 and continue the gap between Kraftwerk, Laibach, 80s pop and rave. Bonkers as they are, this leads to a multi levelled appreciation. Remix lord Andrew Weatherall takes his favourite song from their 2016 album Toy and reworks it i...view item »

Various
Kwaito EP : The Roots of South African House 1990-1994

Kwaito is a South African creation, culturally tied in with the end of Apartheid. Its bright and exciting sound is not so well known outside of the country though, so here is this 12” from Egoli. Kwaito EP: The Roots Of South African House 1990-1994 has four early tracks from the likes of Mara Dee and Patl...view item »

Will DiMaggio
At Ease

Double LP of dance cuts from DJ Python and Anthony Naples' roommate Will DiMaggio. DiMaggio is as capable a producer as a DJ, and his philosophy shines brightly on both. Spacey, jazzy, and sometimes psychedelic, this is just the release if you're looking to get free. Rel...view item »

Marquis Hawkes
The Marquis of Hawkes

Like many of today’s electronic artists, Marquis Hawkes bases himself in Berlin. On his new album The Marquis Of Hawkes he takes us on a journey through beatless drones, deep dub, body jerkers and some retro bass jabs. Jamie Lidell and Ursula Rucker make guest appearances. Double LP on Hou...view item »

Loose Joints
Is It All Over My Face

The thing you really need to know about this Loose Joints single, Is It All Over My Face, is that the man behind it is the one and only Arthur Russell. This is the first time it’s been available to buy as a 7” single. It dates from the early ‘80s when disco had died and dance music was free of ...view item »

Francis Harris
Leland

Francis Harris initially released Minutes Of Sleep in 2014, and it has been out of print for most of the intervening time, so let’s all celebrate this new reissue from the good people over at Scissor and Thread. Leland is a great example of Harris’ aesthetic, with his sound bolstere...view item »

Todd Terje
Ragysh

Norwegian disco-funk master Todd Terje’s classic Ragysh getting a much-deserved repressing on Running Back...view item »

Justice
Woman Worldwide

While touring Woman, Justice had to reconfigure the album to be suited to being played live. This process unearthed a different side to the album's tracks, one they have documented in the studio on Woman Worldwide. They didn't stop there though, and played some of their best known...view item »

Shina Williams & His African Percussionists
African Dances

Despite the slew of compilations and reissues of music from 70s and 80s Lagos in the recent years, relatively little attention has been given to Shina Williams. The Nigerian band leader was one of the finest exponents of the funky Lagos style that fused Afrobeat, reggae, disco, highlife and more. There are few instances where hi...view item »

Space
Magic Fly (Remixes)

This Space were a late ‘70s French electronic band fronted by Didier Marouani, a pop singer who supported ‘French Elvis’, Johnny Hallyday on tour. For this project however, he used the pseudonym, Ecama. Magic Fly was a huge hit for them, reaching No.2 in the UK...view item »

Various / Young Marco
Selectors 002 - Young Marco

Bold DJ / producer Young Marco presents a set of his very favourite musics designed both to illuminate his influences and to provide the listener with some special tracks that you wouldn’t otherwise have encountered. As ever with the Selectors series, the tracks are presented as they are, not in the form of a mix,...view item »

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&rsq...view item »

Baba Stiltz
Can't Help It / This Is It (Body Mix)

After releases on Pubic Possession and The Trilogy Tapes, Swedish producer Baba Stiltz A.K.A. Mrs Qeada/The Bethlehem Beard Corporation returns to Studio Barnhus with this two track 12”. Think Deep house meets pop with a Roosevelt like warmth, groove and softly sung vocal,...view item »

Lark / Andrew Weatherall
Can I Colour In Your Hair

Indie rockers Lark get their track 'Can I Colour In Your Hair' -- with Andrew Weatherall's dubbed out version on the flip -- released on a limited edition 7" of only 300 copies. The band -- renowned for their sharp songwriting and raucous energy -- recorded the track during the sessions for their debut ...view item »

Various
Serge Gamesbourg presents Boston Goes Disco!

Underground disco gold….DJ, producer, baseplayer and all round disco-edit don Serge Gamesbourg has had his deep crate-digging/research hat on as of late. After releasing a couple of 12” on Street Edits he got to work discovering the huge wealth of undiscovered disco in his home city of Boston. This compilation bring...view item »

Paranoid London
Paranoid London

Some dance floor delivery from Paranoid London. This self-titled release features the tried and tested booty mover "Paris Dub". As a whole, the record does not let up and is packed with certified acid house vibes throughout. Striding all things Detroit, Chicago, techno and house these jams will work everywhere - one for the head...view item »

Fingers Inc.
Another Side

Fingers Inc. made an impressively massive impact on the Chicago House scene back in t’day, despite only releasing one album. That album, Another Side, is now being reissued in remastered form by Alleviated; and what’s more, the original double LP has been stretched out to 3 LPs for the benefit of DJs. Rad....view item »

LT
Forest Floor

Rave revivalism as imagined by Rhythm Section here. Bradley Zero’s imprint tends to keep things chill, so LT’s ‘Where Were You In ‘92?’ vibe is more restrained than, say, the breaks bonanzas of Special Request. However, Forest Floor is repl...view item »

ESG
Come Away With ESG

I thought Luscious Jackson was interesting when I first heard it. And then I heard the band ESG for the first time. It begs the question why it takes so long to be exposed to foundational popular music, but when you find something for yourself for the first time it doesn't matter how long it took, you're just glad to have discovered it. Is this ...view item »

Invisible Conga People
Cable Dazed

Something infinitely more digestible than the Tiedye 12" on Italians Do It Better is a 12" Invisible Congo People. 'Cable Dazed' is a slinky little number with a very classic euro sound. It's a deep late night house/disco/ downtempo hybrid. A low tempo 4/4 kick sits neatly beneath shimmering synths. The whole thing sparkles with a classy,...view item »

Hugo LX
Desiderata EP

The latest drop on MCDE (Motor City Drum Ensemble, Henry Wu & Earl Jeffers) comes courtesy of house up-and-comer Hugo LX. Anyone familiar with the MCDE oeuvre will know what they’re getting themselves in for with the Desiderata EP. Fo...view item »

Kon & Amir present
Off Track Vol. III: Brooklyn

DJ pair Kon & Amir are far too wise about their music specialties: I can scarcely imagine the weight of their record collections. But don’t get jealous! Just sit back and let them spin an array of gorgeous rare cuts for you to enjoy. Volume III of their Off Track mixtape series focuses on Brooklyn NYC, the sou...view item »

The Prodigy
No Tourists

It appears that The Prodigy are still going. Liam Howlett’s scary dance project have been doing their thing for twenty-eight years now, and they’re showing no sign of letting up, so why not get on the bus an join ‘em. Hold on, the new album is called No Tourists, if they want to be pedantic the bus thing may ca...view item »

Leon Vynehall
Nothing Is Still

Well, Leon Vynhall wrote a book. In the mid 20th century Vynhall's grandparents emigrated to New York, a journey he has found incredibly inspirational. The sum is Nothing Is Still, an album, a novella, and more. What's more it features most of an orchestra. Vynhall's debut album is nothing if not ambit...view item »

Terre Thaemlitz / DJ Sprinkles
Deproduction EP 2

Terre Thaemlitz’s LP Deproduction was a bold, challenging and typically fearless piece of sound art. The arresting original of ‘Admit It’s Killing You (And Leave)’ brought together post-minimalist piano composition with discomforting samples. Here, all is stripped away bar the keys to leave an un...view item »

Volcov
Freedom Of The Mind

As part of Sounds Familiar series of limited edition 45’s, here is some new action from Italian producer and Archive label owner Volcov. Freedom Of The Mind is a lot of fun, weaving cowbell samples, big house piano and even bigger funk-synth keyboard solos together into a dancefloor spectacular that radiates fun t...view item »

Will Long & DJ Sprinkles
Purple / Blue (Long Trax EP 1)

Terre Thaemlitz’s Comatonse Recordings label is rolling out a three-part series of releases from Will Long, a fellow deep house technician. Purple / Blue (Long Trax EP 1) has two tracks from Long (aka Celer), as well as two overdubs by Thaemlitz t...view item »

Will Long & DJ Sprinkles
Mint / Clay (Long Trax EP 2)

Terre Thaemlitz’s Comatonse Recordings label is rolling out a three-part series of releases from Will Long. The Mint / Clay (Long Trax EP 2) has two tracks from Long (who also makes ambient work as Celer), as well as two overdubs by Thaemlitz them...view item »

808 State
ex:el

Think back to 1991, when 808 State were at the peak of their techno powers. You had a great time losing your mind and body to these original bangers didn’t you? Now you can jog your memory again with their third album ex:el (featuring guest appearances from Bernard Sumner and Bjork...view item »

Bjørn Torske
Byen

Bjorn Torske celebrates two decades in the game with his fifth solo LP, which is also his first in eight years. Byen conflates Torske’s two principle aesthetics (buoyant Nordic disco-house and stately, palatial synth ambiences) to produce nine elegant tracks. It’s a lengthy record - there's generally one tra...view item »

Benedek
Earlyman Dance

Another string in the ultra-chilled, downtempo house bow of Music From Memory’s sublabel Second Circle. Los Angeles producer (Nicky) Benedek takes the long road and dances it with two versions of the track ‘Sub Terra’ (relaxed and funky or very relaxed and funky) as well as three other original productions. The...view item »

A-Team
Trouble

Seance Centre tend to focus on the more ambient end of things - recent drops have included works by Visible Cloaks and Joanna Forman - but this release sees them straying into disco territory. Back in 1982, A-Team holed up in Mad Professor’s studio to reco...view item »

Omer Coleman Jr.
Lovin

'Lovin "Babe" Sure Is Fun (Instrumental)' is an amazing 'Acid Boogie' cut from Omer Coleman Jr. (aka Starship Commander Woooo Woooo) with crisp Roland 808 drums and infectious TB303 bassline, and could be considered proto-acid house. Originally issued as a now ultra-rare 7" on his own Remo label way back in 1985. The vocal ...view item »

Soulwax
Essential

Soulwax’s 2017 Essential Mix was the first instalment in BBC Radio 1’s long-running series to feature over an hour of original material. If that wasn’t impressive enough, consider the fact that they’d already released a new LP (Deewee) earlier that year. Essential collates those Radio 1 ...view item »

Various
Satan In Love ‐ Rare Finnish Synth‐Pop and Disco 1978‐1992

The colourful catalogue of Finland’s Svart Records spans material old and new, but seems to specialise in scarce gems from the forested country’s underground music history. In this case, we have a tour de force of several decades’ worth of Suomi synthpop and disco. ‘Satan in Love’ by Emilia is a not...view item »

Syclops
Pink Eye

Once you get past the title, Pink Eye - the third LP from Maurice Fulton’s Syclops project - is a nice wedge of leftfield club fare. Alongside a band including Mim Suleiman, Fulton has produced eleven tunes that range from relatively straightforward bongo-techno workouts (‘S...view item »

Bicep
Bicep

This is Bicep's debut album, following up a bunch of 12" records, selling thousands of vinyl, generating millions of streams and being played by just about everyone. One of their 12' releases: "Just" earned this electrifying duo the title of Track of the Year and has been dropped by the likes of Jamie XX.  ...view item »

Leftfield
Leftism 22

Leftfield’s definitive statement, their debut album Leftism, is now twenty-two years old (sorry to break it to you guys), so a reissue is very much in order. Leftism 22 has been entirely remastered for this release, to make sure that those big beats hit as hard as they possibly can. This reissue ...view item »

Soulwax
From DEEWEE

A new studio album from Soulwax, renowned by dancers the world over for their electro-dance-rock good times. From DEEWEE was, impressively, apparently recorded in one single take, with their touring live band locking into the grooves and getting the twelve songs on tape. It’s a double LP (or single CD) release, ou...view item »

Justice
Woman

The French lords of electro-house circa 2007-9 are back after quite some years away. Woman has the classic feel of Justice’s much-loved earlier material, but they haven’t ignored what music has been getting up to in the intervening years. For one thin...view item »

John Roberts
Fences

I thought I’d show this some love as it’s a really lush sounding album and I was really into John Roberts previous album ‘Glass Eights’. Basically what we have here is some expertly-crafted, adventurous, deep house music. There’s an oriental, playful feel running th...view item »

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