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New Grooves — All

XContemporary cuts in a variety of styles -- broken beat, downtempo, house, electronica, club jazz, electro, nu jazz, and more!

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VariousWorldwide Family Vol 2 – Presented By Kutmah ... CD
Brownswood (UK), 2012. Used ... $8.99
Crispy cosmic contemporary sounds from the 21st Century underground – pulled together by Kutiman, and featuring a host of previously-unreleased tracks! Beats are in the forefront on most numbers, as are inventive styles of production – ways of folding together sounds into fresh new tones and timings – modes that are abstract, yet never too much so to be soulful – a balance we can really appreciate! Kutiman's ear is really great here – and things are definitely in the best modes we've come to expect from the contemporary Brownswood scene too. Titles include "Twin Flame" by Gaby Hernandez, "LA" by Shash'U, "Leaving Home" by Lapti, "Higher" by Tehbis, "Ridda Montain" by Mo Kolours, "Creeper Shit" by Groundislava, "Blunt Hopes" by Esmk, "Thanks" by Seven Davis Jr, and "Are You Feelin Hot" by Hudson Mohawk. CD

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✨✧ Massive AttackMezzanine ... CD
Virgin, 1998. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A heavier, darker prime era set from Massive Attack – and rightly remembered as a classic! The grooves are still really strong, but the trip hop pioneers are delving more deeply into a bass heavy dub trip with a deep, rumbling bottom running throughout the tracks and some distorted guitar and reverb drenched key and sample bits punctuating the cuts. Stunningly strong to this day – which is no mean feat given the rapid musical evolutions of the 90s onward! Includes "Angel", "Risingson", "Teardrop" (which features vocals by Cocteau Twin Elizabeth Fraser), "Inertia Creeps", "Exchange", "Dissolved Girl", "Man Next Door", "Black Milk", "Mezzanine" and "Group Four". CD
(Out of print, packaged in a nice LP style sleeve.)

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✨✧ Massive AttackMezzanine ... CD
Virgin, 1998. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A heavier, darker prime era set from Massive Attack – and rightly remembered as a classic! The grooves are still really strong, but the trip hop pioneers are delving more deeply into a bass heavy dub trip with a deep, rumbling bottom running throughout the tracks and some distorted guitar and reverb drenched key and sample bits punctuating the cuts. Stunningly strong to this day – which is no mean feat given the rapid musical evolutions of the 90s onward! Includes "Angel", "Risingson", "Teardrop" (which features vocals by Cocteau Twin Elizabeth Fraser), "Inertia Creeps", "Exchange", "Dissolved Girl", "Man Next Door", "Black Milk", "Mezzanine" and "Group Four". CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Jonathan KirbySafe To Disconnect ... LP
Jonathan Kirby, 2021. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A set of spare tracks with a surprisingly pastoral vibe – often just beats and a few keyboard lines, but served up in ways that also have a laidback sense of color and timing – which really makes the record stand out from the pack! It's a bit hard to describe the approach in words – but it's almost as if Jonathan Kirby's going for a more condensed variation on some of the Japanese minimal modes of the 80s – using just a few instruments from track to track, plus occasional sounds of wildlife – on tunes that are as poetic in sound as they are in titles. Titles include "Stratford", "Runnymede", "Sussex", "Vernon", "Passyunk", "Brices Creek", "Smallwood", and "Chagrin Falls". (Rock, New Grooves) LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ New Jersey KingsStratosphere Breakdown (UK pressing) ... CD
Acid Jazz (UK), 1995. Used ... Out Of Stock
Hard hitting funky 45 material – supposedly recorded by a "lost" funk group from the 70s, but actually the James Taylor Quartet playing under a different name! That little bit of name trickery doesn't stop the album from being a nice batch of funky jazz tracks, though – with lots of hard drums and nice organ solos in the lead, hitting hard like the best early work by the Taylor Quartet, but with a few nice 70s funk touches in the mix! Lots of nice tracks, including "Dream Waves", "On Or Off", "Green Screen", and "Smokin". (Deep Funk, New Grooves) CD
(Out of print. Booklet has light age spots.)
 
 
 



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