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Marshall Mcluhan
The Medium Is The Massage

This is a definitive vinyl edition of  Marshall McLuhan's audio companion piece to his landmark 1967 book ‘The Medium Is The Massage’. It uses audio clips of McLuhan speaking interrupted by alien sounds or voices interjecting creating an oddball patchwork of sounds. Its been out of print for over 40 years and this special re-issue includes a 20 page 8x11" booklet with essays by DJ Spooky and Michael Vasquez as well as unpublished photos from the original recording series.   

OhNoDoom
3 Dollars

For ‘Ohnomite’, Oh No (younger brother of Madlib) was granted unprecedented access to the Rudy Ray Moore / Dolemite audio archives and given free rein to slice, dice, chop and sample his way through the classic-yet-absolutely-filthy catalogue. He was able to use legendary material from ‘The Human Tornado’, ‘Petey Wheatstraw’, the ‘Dolemite’ soundtrack and much more, plus a multitude of previously unreleased and alternate acapellas and instrumentals. As part of the ‘Ohnomite’ experience, Oh No dreamed up this special 5-inch vinyl offering of ‘3 Dollars’ featuring MF Doom, in full album version backed with an exclusive instrumental take.
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Mr Chop
Switched On

Switched On, the newest project from Mr. Chop. The producer, engineer and multi-instrumentalist behind several Now-Again and Jazzman Records releases, is the proprietor of Cheshire, UK based Ape Recording Studios – one of the finest analog studios in the world, and a repository for vintage synthesizers, guitars, drums and gear sourced from the world over. 10 tracks from the producer MF Doom called “the illest to grace the boards.” Producer, Engineer And Multi-Instrumentalist Mr. Chop Presents To You A Fresh Batch Of Refashioned, Fuzzed-Out Funk. Which brings us to Switched On, his homage to the great Moog-lead albums that proliferated in the wake of the synthesizer’s invention in the late 60s and early 70s. But, unlike those records - like Dick Hyman's Age of Electronicus which contained one great synth-funk track amidst a series of soft pop hits, this album is all killer, and no filler. Mr. Chop tackles songs by the likes of Can, the JBs, Jimi Hendrix and Jimmy Smith via a still-futuristic blend of heavy drums and funky basslines by The Heliocentrics' Malcolm Catto and Jake Ferguson, and his own fuzzy guitars and cosmic keys. Tracks: A1. Hung-Up   A2. Root Down (And Get It)   A3. Breakthrough   B1. Givin’ Up Food For Funk   B2. Blow Your Head   C1. Deep Gully C2. Greedy G   C3. Happy Birthday   D1. Vitamin C   D2. Cortex
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Peanut Butter Wolf
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