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New Grooves

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



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✨✧ Crustation/Mood II SwingFlame (Mood II Swing Vocal Mix, Borderline Insanity Dub Mix) ... 12-inch
Melodies International, 2020. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Mood II Swing takes on This great groover from Crustation – serving up an especially nice mix on the vocal version – which has this nicely creepy vocal passage seeping out between more ubeat, uplifting house-oriented grooves! There's a great kick in the rhythm, and these really great keyboard blasts – and the energy still returns on the flipside, even though the bass is up a bit more for the dubby mix! 12-inch, Vinyl record

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GallianoPlot Thickens ... CD
Talkin' Loud, 1994. Used ... $3.99
Probably the biggest album ever from Galliano – the London funky combo fronted by the vocals of modern jazz poet Rob Gallagher! The record nicely gets past some of the cliches that were starting to creep into Galliano's work – and opens up the bottom end of their groove a bit more with some earthier instrumentation and funkier rhythms that show that the combo wasn't just a showplace for Ghallagher's vocals, and could groove in a way that was every bit as nice as some of their best contemporaries on the Talkin Loud label. Titles include the group's surprisingly nice remake of "Long Time Gone", plus "Was This The Time", "Blood Lines", "Rise & Fall", "Twyford Down", "Down In The Galley", "Cold Wind", "Believe", "Little One", and "Better All The Time". CD
(Out of print, punch through barcode.)

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Jazz ChroniclesJazz Chronicles ... CD
Futuristica (UK), 2009. Used ... $4.99
More beats than straight jazz, but pretty great overall – a set that really reminds us of that key 90s moment when real jazz instrumentation first started creeping into the work of beatmakers! Simon S is at the head of the project – handling most beats and instrumentation, often with a spare, soundscapey feel that really takes us back to the glorious early years of Mo Wax – or perhaps the initial glimmer of genius we heard from Kruder & Dorfmeister. There's a bit of guest vibes, sax, and flute at times – but most of the main jazzy bits are from keyboards and piano. Titles include "One For Joe", "Land", "Maybe", "Time For", "Bologna", "J Bounce", "CM Vibe", and "Thoughts Of You". CD
(Out of print.)

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