Studio 1 (Wolfgang Voigt) —
Studio 1 ... CD Profan/Kompakt (Germany), Mid 90s. Used ...
Studio 1 AKA Wolfgang Voigt AKA Mike Ink ... CD
(Out of print, punch through barcode.)
Sunaga T Experience —
STE ... CD Blue Note (Japan), 2015. New Copy ...
Tatsuo Sunaga has come a hell of a long way over the years – from a point when he was a hip remixer who'd always work some classic jazz into a mix – to the status of a true jazz musician, very worthy of placement on the Blue Note label! This album's a stunner if you only know Sunaga's ... read moreCD
Super Collider —
Head On ... CD Loaded (UK), 1999. Used 2 CDs ...
Just Sold Out!
Remixed version of Takemura's crucial first LP! If you know the Child's View LP, you know that it's filled with beautiful jazzy grooves that feature a mixture of Brazilian, soundtrack, soul, and hip hop scoring. This remix LP pushes the groove even more, by offering junglist and abstract takes on ... read moreCD
Tenor's high concept record for Warp, where he recruits an orchestra to help flesh out the grooves and provide some depth to his typically spare compositions. Complex and soundtracky at moments, but more like a tightly arranged soul record on others. Nice. 10 nubers in all: "Out Of ... read moreCD
Not a bad record overall, despite a slightly painful attempt from Bruce Lundvall (in the liner notes) to claim that US 3 are Blue Note's link between the past and the future – a fact that everyone certainly knew by then, as the group scored more cash for Blue Note in a short time than most ... read moreCD
One of Luke Vibert's earliest albums, under the Wagon Christ name, and still one of our favorites. You can hear the template of what would become his trademark sound: idiosyncratic, but remarkably funky beat, interlaced with whimsical melodic samples and a nice dose of hip hop. 17 tracks in all, ... read moreCD
(Out of print.)
Dion Workman & Mattin —
S3 ... CD Formed, 2005. Used ...
African soul, filtered through modern Philly – and spun out with some great help from guests that include Erykah Badu, Talib Kweli, Bahamadia, and Common! The set's the greatest work to date from Marie Daulne – a funky batch of tunes that's overflowing with catchy numbers, and which is ... read moreCD
Seductive grooves from Zap Mama – a set that's perhaps a bit more laidback than her previous set, but still pretty darn great overall! As before, Marie Daulne's got plenty of help from a wide array of guests – including Meshell Ndegocello, Michael Franti, Arno, Tony Allen, Dave Samuels ... read moreCD
Some of the warmest grooves we've heard so far from Osunlade – a beautiful selection of tracks that work perfectly together – almost as if the artist himself had a hand in their creation! The tracks follow strongly in the vein of organic house that Osunlade's always brought us – ... read moreCD
Fantastic sounds from this ultra-cool project – music that's neither straight disco, nor really reggae – and instead a great dubby reworking of dancefloor modes from a few generations past! The range of material here comes a number of different settings – but is all worked ... read moreCD
Heavy funk with a contemporary twist – a host of James Brown classics, all replayed here by the roster of the Gamm label! Given the hip hop stylings of most of the artists, the funk here is often cut, pasted, and sampled – but there's also clearly a bit of live instrumentation going on ... read moreCD
A collection of groovers from London and New York. Tracks include "Revival" by Martine Girault, "Prince Of Peace (12 inch mix)" by Galliano, "Beware" by Vivienne McKone, "Don't Throw My Love Around" by Cooly's Hot Box, "Part Of The Masterplan 92-Live ... read moreCD
An expanded collection that takes off from a run of very limited 12" singles issued under the same name – a series that was limited to 300 copies of each disc, and which featured special etchings on the other side of the vinyl! The etchings are gone here, but the music lives on in a ... read moreCD
One of the hippest sets we've ever heard on the Still Music label – a massive blend of tracks that feel a lot more like classic disco than some of the contemporary work you'd usually expect from Still Music! CD1 is especially great – and features a set of killer edits and remixes by ... read moreCD
A long-awaited follow up to one of our favorite compilations ever released by Tru Thoughts, and certainly one of the most straight-up fun – in which all stars from the label's roster of underground funk, soul and global groove eclecticists put their own spin on a great batch cover tunes! ... read moreCD