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Solid funky soul from the Melbourne scene! "Suicide" isn't the downer you might expect – it's a great little slow-building raw soul tune at the start – with nice vocals from Cisco Tavares – building up as it goes, peaking with some nice horns, percussion and guitar ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
Breaking drums, popping organ, and fuzzy guitar – all exploding at the start of this rare funky nugget – and setting fire to the tune right from the beginning! There's a nervous, jumpy sort of energy to "Uto Nwa" – one that not only sets it apart from other Afro funk ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
Heavy, hard grooving rare funk from Soul Dynamics! "Stay In The Groove" is a monster – with a powerful horn section bring some incredible heat over funky drums, rumbling bass and gritty vocals. Raw, intense and soulful funk of the first order! ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
Tight horns, wicked vocals, and a totally wonderful groove – the sort of tune that ends all too quickly, and which will have you dropping the needle right back at the start for another dose! It's hard to sum up the power of "So Much In Love" accurately in words – but it's ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
Rare funk from the Kelekye Band – material recorded after their legendary Moving World album, but never issued at the time! This amazing package is totally great – four tracks of offbeat Afro Funk, with an approach that's heavy on percussion, and topped by jazzy riffs that really ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
The leadoff and title track to Bowie's brilliant '13 resurgence! "The Next Day" is right up there with Bowie and co-producer Tony Visconti's work around the time of Scary Monsters – with more of a driving, anthemic rock vibe than a good deal of what Bowie is done since then – ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
The first single credited to Wu Tang Clan proper in quite a while – who are clearly out to remind us that their classic cinematic soul beats and gritty rhymes are as great as ever in 2013 – and the fact that it's hard to say whether the cut is a 15 year old relic from the vault or a ... 7-inch, Vinyl record