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Forgotten Treasures

Nathan Davis Sextet “Peace Treaty” (1965)

via SOTU: “One of the first true moments of genius from saxophonist Nathan Davis – originally released in the mid 60s for the tiny SFP label – and a record that’s even rarer than his early classics for MPS! The  Read more  »

Future Classics

The Koreatown Oddity “Little Dominiques Nosebleed”

via Stones Throw: “The Koreatown Oddity is Dominique Purdy. This album tells the origin story of his “supernatural powers and spiritual awakening,” the results of two car accidents that occurred in his childhood while growing up in Los Angeles’ Koreatown  Read more  »

Forgotten Treasures

Luomo “Vocalcity” (2000)

An all-timer right here. Finland’s Vladislav Delay under his Luomo moniker crafted one of the finest house albums bar none. Alongside early 2000’s minimal / deep classics like Herbert’s “Bodily Functions”, The Other People’s Place “Lifestyles of the Laptop Cafe”,  Read more  »

Future Classics

Lexsoul Dancemachine “Lexplosion II”

Lexsoul Dancemachine’s 3rd album “Lexplosion II” will be out via Funk Embassy Records on May 29th. The 8-track LP provides fire power for the funk-soul-disco DJ, albeit remaining a pleasure treasure for the leisure listener. First time ever, the 6  Read more  »

Guest Mixes

MIMS Guest Mix: BECKER & MUKAI (Osaka / Paris, SaS Records)

Becker & Mukai’s fans include Alexis Taylor, Caribou, Andrew Weatherall, Floating Points, Trevor Jackson, Ed Banger, Vanishing Twin and loads more. Parisian cinema composer Jean-Gabriel Becker is best known for idiosyncratic soundscapes, whilst Susumu Mukai is a world-renowned Japanese composer  Read more  »