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Night Christ
Conversation Policy / Illum Sphere Remix

Secretive debutant Night Christ has turned in a fabulous single here. On ‘Conversation Policy’ he offers himself to his partner in a Joe Goddard-esque tenor over a ping-ponging synth-pop groove that is equal parts Inga Copeland and Behaviour-era Pet Shop Boys...view item »

David Kitt
Yous

Though he hasn’t released an album under his given name for nine years, David Kitt has been busy enough with his excellent house project New Jackson. Now that project providing him with his electronics fix, Yous is an earthy record that combines leftfield balladry in the vein of Arthur Rus...view item »

Onra
Nobody Has To Know

With the gritty, non-fi Chinoiseries trilogy officially concluded, Onra returns somewhat to the crispy, soulful retrofunk style found on 2010’s ...view item »

David Kitt
Still Don’t Know

David Kitt once covered 'Dancing in the Moonlight'. I mean we all have skeletons in our closet but really? He should have been forbidden from working in the music industry again.  Which would have been a shame because this is rather lovely. He's been away 9 years working in a more electronic zone as New Jackson and playing with Tind...view item »

West 2 West
Vol 2

West 2 West is an alias of John Daly, a figure searching for atmosphere in the scrubby outlands of leftfield hip-hop. Turns out he's found it, and over 'Vol. 2', indeed the sequel to 'Vol. 1', you'll find all manner of twisted beats and sonic environments for deep dive brain somersaults and late night beat journeys. ...view item »

West 2 West
Vol 1

West 2 West is a new project from John Daly, head of Ireland’s Feel Music. While four albums under his own name have explored the realms of more four four flavoured music, here he indulges his love of hip hop beats. Largely constructed via an MPC, its heady, atmospheric stuff that still brin...view item »

Fitz Ambro$e
Doe Quarterz

A globetrotting record this. Canadian-born, Tokyo-based producer Fitz Ambro$e sees a UK release of his 2014 Doe Quarterz album via Dublin’s All City (Knxwledge, FaltyDL). The fourteen beats here are reminiscent of some of the great turn-of-the-century beatniks - ...view item »

Anno Stamm
Fragments B

Anno Stamm treats us to some tasty Fragments here, with chunky-funky groovy synth-house being the name of the game. ‘La Viande’ is particularly nice for its slow throb, but the peak-time power action...view item »

New Jackson
Put The Love In It

The second single release from New Jackson’s (David Kitt) From Night To Night album on All City. Mixing the softly spoken vocal of Darkside’s Paper Trails and subdued disco groove and oddness of Soft Hair’s Lying Has To Stop. Comes wi...view item »

New Jackson
From Night to Night

You won't have been there but I can confirm that I really enjoyed the first track. I was just finishing off some other work whilst listening to it and its crystalline electronic pulse attracted my ears somewhat. It reminded me something of Darkstar the way it had a dark pulsing underbelly and emotionless vocals plo...view item »

Onra
Chinoiseries pt. 3

Onra’s very popular and somewhat addictive Chinoiseries is designed around the simple conceit of sampling only from Chinese vinyl records, crafting short-and-sweet hip-hop instrumentals out of the dusty source material. Volume Three of the results are dripping with character and invention. CD / double LP ...view item »

Onra
Over & Over

Two tracks from Onra’s latest LP, Fundamentals, are singled out for special treatment on this 12” from All City. The sleek tunes, featuring MC talents such as Daz Dillinger and Do or Die, are present in the original mixes, as well as instrumental versions for those who want ...view item »


Amada

Lithuanian Mamiko Motto curates a mix of electronic music from producers across the globe. Obey City weighs in with some dreamy chords, whilst Bobby heads straight to the dancefloor with the funky ‘Tame The Shrew’. There’s enough variety to maintain interest whilst offering a c...view item »

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