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Monophonics
It's Only Us

Bay Area long runners Monophonics have built a reputation on making solid music that blends soul and psychedelic rock  - the sort of stuff that goes down well in large auditoriums but also has the classic sound of Stax and Motown at its heart. It's Only Us is their fourth album and sees the band look inwards towards politics and mental health struggles for inspiration yielding a healing sort of album of soulful resistance. 

Kelly Finnigan
I Called You Back Baby

Kelly Finnigan has just finished an album and resulting promo tour with his band The Monophonics. He just couldn’t sit still, though, as he had his own album to make. The Tales People Tell is a collection of super funky soulful instrumental grooves. Chief among those funky cuts is I Called You Back Baby, which is released as a 7” single backed with the slow burning soul of Impressions of You. On Colemine.
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Black Market Brass
Undying Thirst

Undying Thirst is the second album by Minneapolis afrobeat / funk outfit Black Market Brass. It sees a scorching brass section ripped through with massive guitars, highly-charged percussion, and feverish electronics and synths. They take their influences from the likes of Fela Kuti, James Brown, Herbie Hancock and Outkast.
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Renaldo Domino
No Laggin' and Draggin'

Titled with the sort of phrase Phil might come out with to keep his staff in line, Renaldo Domino is actually an old timer Chicago based soul singer who started out in the 1960s but this is new work backed by some of Brooklyn's finest soul musicians. The aim was to create something to live up to Domino's earlier work and by the sounds of this stonker they've succeeded. 
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Monophonics
Chances

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Ben Pirani
That's The Way It Goes

A special 7” vinyl single from Ben Pirani and his backing band The Means of Production, following the success of his recent debut album How Do I Talk To My Brother? It consists of a cover of The Harptones’ ‘That’s The Way Love Goes’ recorded live at a radio station on the West Coast, with the B-side representing the first recording at his own New York studio. 
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Kelly Finnigan
Since I Don't Have You Anymore

A stand-alone 7” single release for ‘Since I Don’t Have You Anymore’, taken from The Tales People Tell, the 2019 solo album from Monophonics singer Kelly Finnigan. This dusty yet timeless indie-soul track is presented in all its glory, with the instrumental version gracing the B-side. 
  • Vinyl 7" (CLMN182)
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The Harlem Gospel Travelers
He's On Time

The ‘Travelers’ bit of The Harlem Gospel Travelers’ name comes from the fact that the young members of this small choir travelled from all over NYC to the hallowed turf of Harlem to rehearse together. Good job they made the trips, too - He’s On Time is a potent collection of throwback gospel-soul tunes of the sort that Daptone Records have revived throughout the city in recent years. Eli ‘Paperboy’ Reed produces.
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Durand Jones & The Indications
Morning In America / Cruisin' to the Park

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The Sure Fire Soul Ensemble
Build Bridges

Tim Felten’s The Sure Fire Soul Ensemble have been a huge part of the West Coast soul / jazz / funk scene for a number of years now, and their third album Build Bridges will maintain that position. The new effort consists of ten tracks of exceptional musicianship and sophisticated arrangements. 
  • CD (CLMN12024CD)
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Ikebe Shakedown
Kings Left Behind

Consisting in part of several members of the late Charles Bradley’s backing band The Extraordinaires, the incredibly talented Ikebe Shakedown present another collection of uplifting, enervating instrumental soul with new album Kings Left Behind. Their first in half a decade, the ensemble evoke mystical elements with their hard-hitting sound. 
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Kelly Finnigan
The Tales People Tell

Extremely Daptone-y debut soul album from Kelly Finnigan. After half a life time of working in just about every position in the music industry, Finnigan is taking the lead on The Tales People Tell. His is an incredibly soulful voice, imbued with pain and passion, and makes for a very deep listen. The sort of songs you assume must be classics. On Colemine.
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Los Sospechos
Postales

Shot in Peru and examining love between a postcard seller and an American tourist which crosses cultures and leads to family strife and woes, the Postales soundtrack is provided by Brooklyn-based Los Sospechos, an afro-latin funk duo made up of members of Daptone’s Menahan Street Band and Budos Band. Vinyl LP from Coalmine.
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Jr. Thomas & The Volcanos
Rockstone

Tom McDowall, AKA Jr. Thomas has a lot of love in him and it pours out in his new album, Rockstone. It is the second album by Jr. Thomas and the Volcanoes, the LA-based reggae outfit. Whilst this will suit the ears belonging to fans of Toots & The Maytals, The Wailers, Jimmy Cliff, The Heptones and The Frightnrs, there’s also a nod to their LA home with the track ‘Brian Wilson’. LP or CD on Colemine.
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Ben Pirani
How Do I Talk To My Brother?

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Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio
Live At KEXP!

Multiformat repress of former Record Store Day 2018 exclusive (boo!) Live at KEXP!, which seems to have worked wonders for the popularity of the trio. Delvon Lamarr and his B-3 Hammond organ are joined by pretty magnificent guitarist Jimmy James and drummer Dave McGraw. All three are on fire in this session.
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