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Forgotten Treasures
Electronic

Hannett’s Electronic Recordings “Homage To Delia Derbyshire” (Ozit Dandelion)

via Boomkat: At long last legendary producer Martin Hannett’s wild dedications to Delia Derbyshire and her work at the BBC’s Radiophonic Workshop is revealed to the world at large thanks to Dandelion Records, who’ve previously issued Hannett’s unreleased studio outtakes with Joy Division. If you were into Hannett and Steve …

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Future Classics
Beats Worldwide Sounds

KidGusto “Woza Beat” (TrueGrooves)

TrueGrooves is proud to present its 12th release by KidGusto titled, ‘Woza Beat EP’. In this release, KG sets out to light up dance floors world-wide spanning influences from South America to West Africa, and beyond. Woza Beat EP by KidGusto This EP features acclaimed guest collaborators and friends, Jungle …

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Future Classics
Beats Jazz

Tenderlonious + Dennis Ayler “8R1CK C17Y” (22a Music)

via 22a: 22a017 has arrived and it sees two of London’s most celebrated underground producers enter into album territory. Comprised of ten cuts “8R1CK C17Y” takes the listener on a journey through Afro-House, Funk, Rare Groove, Boogie and Broken Beat to name a few. Tunes like ‘Brick City (4am)’ and …

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Future Classics
Eclectic

Various Artists (Presented by Ennio Styles) “Stylin’ 800” (Heard and Felt)

via H&F: Just in time for his 800th episode of Stylin’ on Melbourne’s 3RRR-FM comes Ennio Styles’ imaginatively titled new compilation, Stylin’ 800. This is the fourth chapter in the free download series that launched the Heard and Felt label in 2011 with “Stylin’ 500”. Since then the series has …

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Forgotten Treasures
Eclectic

Mad Mats presents “Digging Beyond The Crates” (BBE)

via BBE: DJ, record label impresario and former Swedish champion b-boy, Mad Mats knows a thing or two about finding good music. As well as iconic underground imprints Raw Fusion and GAMM, Mad Mats is a partner in the highly regarded Local Talk label, making it highly probable that most …

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Future Classics
Beats Hip-Hop

No UFO’s “MPC Tracks Vol III” (Nice Up Int’l)

via Nice Up: After receiving an unsolicited set of ‘magical’ disks containing more than 4 GB of unlabelled samples, from the stone-classic to the vexingly unknown, Mr. NU couldn’t help himself. What began as a stress-reliever late in NU LP for RS’s production cycle, an exercise in doing everything wrong, …

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Future Classics
Broken Beat

Kyle Hall “Eutrophia Sevan” (Wild Oats)

via Wild Oats: Wild Oats proudly presents a new 7 inch from Kyle Hall entitled ‘Eutrophia Sevan’. This project is an ode to the earth and its plant based life forms that give us sustenance, nurturing, and knowledge through both its cultivation, observation, and consumption. It is my understanding that …

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Forgotten Treasures
Soul & Funk

Dwight Sykes “On The Rocks” (1980, PPU)

via PPU: We are gonna call this one Dwight’s Baby… “On The Rocks” was written and produced by Dwight Sykes for L.U.S.T. Productions. The album he would have released in 1980 is complete. Cell phone shadow photography by Dwight Sykes. On The Rocks by Dwight Sykes Dwight Sykes aka Sporty Cat, …

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Future Classics
House / Techno Jazz

Hieroglyphic Being, Sarathy Korwar & Shabaka Hutchings “A.R.E. Project” (Technicolour Records)

via Boomkat: Recorded over 2.5 hours of music across 2 sessions, with 90 minutes streamed live via NTS. Technicolour give up four edits of a freely expressive session between Afro-cubist electronic producer Hieroglyphic Being, far-reaching percussionist Sarathy Korwar, and sax-tooting jazz-cat Shabaka Hutchings (Sons of Kemet, The Comet Is Coming) extracted …

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Forgotten Treasures
Soul & Funk

Various Artists “Soul Of A Nation” (Soul Jazz Records)

via Soul Jazz & Tate: This release coincides with the new Soul of A Nation – Art in the Age of Black Power exhibition now at Tate Modern. The album shows how the ideals of the civil rights movement, black power and black nationalism influenced the evolvement of radical African-American …

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Beats Jazz

Moses Boyd “Absolute Zero” (Exodus Recordings)

via Bleep: Moses Boyd has placed himself at the fertile nexus of jazz and club music in recent years. Along with two solo releases, the drummer has collaborated with the likes of Four Tet and Floating Points as well as picking up MOBO and Worldwide Awards for his unique brand …

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Beats Worldwide Sounds

Mo Kolours “Meroe EP” (22a)

via 22a: It’s been a hot minute since the tropical sounds of Mo Kolours have graced the airwaves, so it’s with great pleasure that we see him return to 22a via a choice selection of cuts presented on a limited 7” vinyl, with original artwork designed by the man himself! …

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