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An excessive amount of music for too little time.

Thankfully, our decisive materials is slowly but certainly one of many world's greatest weekly upgrades that scans a whole lot of latest releases and solely distributes grain cream.

The technical difficulties (Lexis drops the espresso on the MacBook keyboard) pressured us to skip last week, so packing takes place within two weeks of unacceptable release and a double dose of decisive material. Hope you’re finished!


Mogwaa / Andre Gibson, "I have only Sayin / Angelica (Part 2)" [19659009] [19659002] genres: Seoul / Funk / Electronic
Label: Star Creature
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Two Stepper-fashion soul / funk-section of the Star Creature -leiriltä Mogwaa arrives early on in 2019. & A-aspect of Andre Gibson's "I'm simply Sayin '; unfastened track delivery, cute bass, mixing drums and… glockenspiels? Tuff! “Angelica (part 2)” with Mogwai by Andre Gibson, is a funk / boogie ballad with sufficient sleaze to attract anybody with a pulse. What a approach to start a brand new yr – SCUV capturing with all cylinders
– Jake Stellarwell's Selection

Al Dobson Jr “Voices of Village Vol.2”

Sounds from Village 2: Al Dobson Jr.

Style: Beats / Organics / UK
Label: Izwid
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The unmistakable unfastened, natural and hypnotic turning of London's Al Dobson Jr! An absolute masterful collage that tells Madlib's delight. In case you are an individual who plays these plain “Lo-Fi Beats” playlists, then repeat this album and thanks later.
– Selected by Lexis

Jay Glass Dubs “Epitaph”

Epitaph by Jay Glass Dubs

Style: Dub / Industrial / Experimental
Label: Bokeh
Purchase Hyperlink [19659002] The music of Jay Glass Dub from Greece is directed only to probably the most well-known. To actually perceive his voice, you need to be an individual who can take heed to equal quantities of Dub, Industrial, Grime and Ambient. In case you are such an individual, I congratulate you.

Angel Bat Dawid's "Oracle"

Angel Bat Dawid's Oracle

Genre: Spiritual Jazz / Improvised / Experimental
Label: International Anthem
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Incredibly Special Cartridge / Digital Album of "Composer, Clarinetist, Singer and Religious Jazz" in Chicago. A project that is full of warmth, experimentation and emotion, saved a solo for the most part in Chicago or an improvised tour, in London and Capetown, directly on the mobile phone. Melodic Reefing of Clarinet, Pianos, Bird, Singing – Both Operational and Gospels, Sometimes at the Same Time, and Margaret Burroughs Poetry A truly "historic future" cosmic jazz album with heavy roots that resembles Solar Ra, Yusef Lateef, the Chicago art composition and still back, but at the similar time factors ahead, especially technologically, and undoubtedly plans a very superb impression of black experience as we speak America
– Chosen Oli Brunetti

Vibration Black Finger “Sweet Nothing”

Candy Nothing (feat. Ebony Rose): Vibration Black Finger

Style: Jazz / Soul
Label: Enid Data

DJ legend, unique brand new heavy, musician and producer, Lascelle Gordon, will in all probability be one of the best single this yr. This time it’s a beautiful, psychedelic-tinted deep soul "Sweet Nothing" that includes a stunning music by Ebony Rose. In Flip we discover instrumental cosmic jazz, which is “Song for Enid”. With the arrival of religious jazz, experimentation and feedback, it’s the good reminiscence card for a devoted disc.
– Selected Oli Brunetti

SEED Ensemble “Driftglass”

Driftglass by SEED Ensemble [19659002] Genre: Jazz
Label: Jazz Re: Freshed
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London Jazz Re: Freshed – The newest release of the brand comes from a collective that includes a number of the greatest musicians in the area, together with the participant Theon Cross, Sheila Maurice-Grey (KOKOROKO), Joe Armon-Jones (Ezra Collective) and others. The recording led by Alto saxophone participant Cassie Kinoshi, including KOKOROKO and Neria, mixes jazz instruments into the influences of West Africa and the Caribbean.
– Chosen by TJ Gorton

Jimi Tenor “Vocalize My Luv” (feat. Florence Adony & Lizzy Amaliyenga) 7 ”Single

Jimi Tenor's Vocalize My Luv (feat. Florence Adony & Lizzy Amaliyenga)

] Genres: High life / Frafra Gospel / Jazz
Label: Philophon
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New 45 eccentric and distinctive multi-instrumentalists featuring Bolgatanga / Ghanaian singers Florence Adony and Lizzy Amaliyenga. "Vocalize My Luv" Bruk-like high-end funk is on the A side ready to dispose of the dance floors long and wide, but softer "Ki & # 39; gba" based on the Alogte Oho classic Frafra gospel and Jim's soaring flute
– Selected by: Oli Brunetti

Gaijin Blues – "Gaijin Blues"

Gaijin Blues, Gaijin Blues

Genres: House / Disco
: Rhythm Shapes
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Polish Duo, Naphta & Playstation Yoga Music, introduces the experimental house ep, based on the shared love of Japanese music and culture, by loosening the live instrumentation and samples to the "home" pieces, though the dance flooring would definitely be applicable, it will also not seem too distant from the eRPGs they’ve named. The pancake opener “Mana Secret” tells you to step in as it’s a Kalypso-like rhythm, samurai film samples and a wild woodblower solo, and closer to the “Guardia Castle” is a clean jazz funk vibe that resembles basic anime soundtracks like “The Kohsuke Kindaich's adventure ”but the actual gem could be“ Cafe LeBlanc ”with emotional strings and function buttons.
– Chosen Oli Brunetti

Vula Viel – "Don't Worry"

Vula Viel isn’t afraid

Style: Jazz / Ghana / Submit Punk / Various
Etiquette: Vula Viel Data
Purchase Link [19659002] The jazz venture, Vula Viel, influenced by Bex Burch's Ghanaian, has advanced into his debut and his doctoral expertise on a harder edge with a submit-punk-leaning voice. Adding Ruth Goller (Acoustic Ladyland, Melt Yourself) to the bass. However what distinguishes Vula Viel is Burch's Gyil's unique voice (Ghanaian xylophone) and polythymic buildings. Nevertheless, one other obvious step is to put in writing songs, now more versatile, extra direct and extra unique, and visitors, akin to singer-songwriter Gwyneth Herbert, sing delightfully, like listening to the title monitor.
– Chosen Oli Brunetti

Ola Szmidt – “Ep2”

EP2: Ola Szmidt

Genre: Jazz / Singer-Songwriter / Ambient
Label: Ola Szmidt
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Singer songwriter, musician, flutist and producer Ola Szmidt has a singular, ethereal voice that was captured superbly with another EP and first vinyl. Delicate Layered Sound, Flute, Keys, Random Bass Strains, Every Sound Appears Decisive, Economical, Crucial Like Poems Words. I feel we might see much more Ola sooner or later, but in the meantime, he supports this lovely document and tries to get certainly one of his occasional performances, typically in church buildings, which is just a good setting.
– Chosen by: Oli Brunetti

Numerous Artists “Two Tribes”

Two Tribal Artists

Style: African / Electronic / Dub
Label: Agogo Data
19659002] The sensible new assortment of the German Agogo label, a 12-track recording, is a versatility that highlights right now's European musicians who take African influences into their own music. From African-rooted artists to collaborating with European and African artists, music is a wide range of sounds, blending digital punches, African funk, Ethio-Jazz and copying them in distinctive and revolutionary ways.
– TJ Gorton chose [19659008] Husser “23 +”

23+ by Nate Husser

Style: Hip-Hop
Label: Self-Restored
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Nate Husser With EP 23 +. Taking a listener on the glacier from the Montreal climate to California's sunny beaches, the younger rapper brings their brand on this type. Husser is absolutely geared to the level in 2019 with a tough-hitting and distinctive impressive move. ] Label: Brownswood
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Anyone in North America who wants a 30-minute snapshot of what pop-off sound is occurring in TODAY in a multicultural UK wants to purchase a new Swindle report. Significantly. In 11 songs, this London-based mostly producer makes a soundtrack for probably the most versatile and influential music image that persistently delivers world-well-known Grime, UK Jazz, Dubstep, Bass, Hip-Hop and Road Soul.

Genres: Boogie / Funk / Disco
Etiquette: Bordello A Parigi
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Italian producer, Modula, tube vocoder funk / boogie single on Bordello A Parigi. "Robotic Body Shake" includes all the features of a reliable DJ tool: vocoder vox, sequencers, noodle-y-funk-synthetic lines and an undeniable career; Instrumental version also on the B side. Nice to put in 45 bags.
– Selected Jake Stellarwell

Mark de Clive-Lowe – "Heritage"

Mark de Clive-Lowe's Heritage

Genre: Jazz
Mashibeat / Defense / Ropeadope
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MdCL will return deeply to his personal album dedicated to the Japanese land of Japan (semi-Japanese), and possibly his most acoustic, with subtle effects and a keyboard to be sure to hear. I think it is safe to assume that the rich history of Japanese jazz has had a significant impact on this LP, but the last last song "Niten-Ichi" resembles Ethiopian jazz Mulatu Astatk. Mellow closer, "Asa no Yume", is another favorite with hot keys, saxophone and dozens.
– Selected: Oli Brunetti

Rymde's Reflections & Odysseys

Rymden Reflections and Odysseys

Genre: Jazz
] Label: Jazzland Recordings
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Norwegian Pianist Bugge Wesseltoft co-operation with the Swedish rhythm section with Magnus Öström and Dan Berglund, known for two-thirds of the very impressive Scandinavian group Esbjorn Svensson Trio. The debut album of this group has a nice mix of piano-guided melodies, atmospheric textures, durable dynamics, electronics and cinematic sounds.
– Chosen by TJ Gorton

Flamingo Pier "s / t" EP [19659009] Flamingo Pier EP, Flamingo Pier

Genre: Disco / Tropical Funk
Label: Soundway
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Records, together with the Flamingo Pier Festival, presents the latest release from the UK from a tropical dance group. This four-piece EP is known for throwing the best parties in London and New Zealand by mixing funky disco rhythms, boogie-influenced synthesized bass lines, and hypnotic vocal songs with Afro-centric percussion and exotic tropical tracks.
– Selected by: TJ Gorton

Dowdelin – "Carnaval Odyssey"

Carnaval Odyssey by Dowdelin

Genre: Creole jazz / Caribbean / Electronic
Label: Underdog Records

Future Kréol ”, this Lyon-based trio weaves Creole jazz in Caribbean rhythms, such as gwo ka, modern electronic production, funk, hip hop and soul, for the finest sound that is distilled on a versatile and robust disk. "Boaty cruisy" of the film tropical soul of the future is simply addictive, and "Jay pal" is among the most fun songs that I've heard for some time that the tip of the hat is a foot or toe. Give this unique and cheerful album to take heed to
– Chosen Oli Brunetti

Sam Q's Nightpatrol – “Game & # 39; s Groove”

Genres: Jazz / Latin Jazz / Bossa Jazz
Label : Mod Bossa
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Virtually missed the music of Irene Ermellio and the 20-piece orchestra by singer Latin, jazz, Manchester, saxophonist Sam Queresh and his Nightpatrol with Latin rhythms. However the headline is a dance flooring monster that has already been examined on the Navy's sidewalks at Shiftless Shuffle, we hear. Obtainable only on vinyl in the meanwhile, but all songs could be moved from the hyperlink and shouldn’t be long before it may be heard more extensively.
– Selected Oli Brunetti


Nkotti François and The Black Styl “Muwaso Mwa Longue / Nja Ka”


Style: African Disco
Label: Kêtu Data
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] French Kêtu Data publishes a really limited rewrite (only 500 copies) of two obscure Afro-disco beads Cameroon producer Nkotti François & # 39 ;'s Retro 2000 & # 39; sheet. The publication additionally encompasses a finely compiled image with photographs and insightful linear notes.
– Chosen by TJ Gorton

Phil Ranel's "Time is Now!"

Genre: Jazz / Spiritual
Etiquette: Tribe / Pure Pleasure
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Very pleased with Tribe's thrombonist Phil Ranelin's first album leader. Very different from the 1976 classic jazz-funk album "Vibes From The Tribe", the 1974 recording is rather more musical in instrumentation, mixing avant-garde improvisations and onerous bop grooves, deep religious religious melody and revolutionary freedom to type rhythms.
– Chosen by TJ Gorton
Lungile Masitha “Vuyani / Makoti”

Vuungani: Lungile Masitha

Genres: Electronic / Boogie
Label: Left within the ear
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Musician / Singer transformed producer, Sello & # 39; Chicco & # 39; Twala was once a member of the South African bands Umoja and Harari. Lungile Masitha, an alias of Twala, created for contractual obligations, sees Soweto's artist in collaboration with Jimmy Mgwand (lending to Satari's "Smile"). Both continue to work with many projects. this, rare and highly sought after, gets the Aussie label, the left ear. Two optimistic, vocal forward synthetic boogie-cut mature dance floor "second"
– Chosen by Jake Stellarwell

Kumasi "I know you are feeling"

Kumasi knows it [19659002] Genres: Disco / Funk / Boogie
Label: Smiling C
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Henry Jones's California label, Smiling C, re-publishes Kumas's "I know (you are feeling)", simply bands from the album & # 39; 83. The album has been introduced virtually in its entirety, except for Dreamin, which modifications as an alternative of showing to be unpublished work – Picnic (Moger) – a relaxed jazz-funk instrumental play played by Chicago's SolSon's mixture of Rinse France.
– Chosen by Jake Stellarwell

Trio Mocotó “s / t”

Genre: Brazilian
Etiquette: Mr. Bongo
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with an unimaginable "Nao Adianta" and a great cover for Jorge Ben's "Que Nega E Essa". Often known as Jorge Ben for some of his biggest publications. jazz, and soulful vocal melodies with great string and brass purposes and funky rhythmic grooves
– TJ Gorton's Selection