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Moritz Von Oswald Trio Horizontal Structures
At its most open, shifting and expressive to date. For all the music's complexity and deep coherence, freedom is the key. At times it grooves hard; at others it's lush, romantic. With Tikiman and Marc Muellbauer.



Moritz Von Oswald Trio Fetch
At its darkest and most driving. The group is clear and unanimous this is their best yet.



Moritz Von Oswald Trio Blue
Meditative, absorbing dance music in true Moritz style at times seemingly transfixed by its own elements, and minimal almost to vanishing-point, but quickly back ticking, kicking and amassing.



Moritz Von Oswald Trio, Digital Mystikz Restructure 2
Swelling out of thin air like a monstrous child of Krautrock immense, propulsive, minimal with a Mala remix which ratchets up the open-air drama and dread.



Morphosis Dismantle
Two sick techno killers, stalking the perimeters of noise; and generous excerpts from a soundtrack to Dreyer's Vampyr, with Sun Ra in its marrow, alternately driving and motorik, off-the-wall, lost in space.



Gwigwi Mrwebi Mbaqanga Songs
'The South African folk music that makes people glad to be alive!'
With Dudu Pukwana and Chris McGregor.



Mukunguni New Recordings From Coast Province, Kenya
Stefan Schneider and Sven Kacirek's scintillating recordings of the Mijikenda tribes, made in different spots in and around Mukunguni village, coastal Kenya: spiritual and healing music, and love-songs.



Never The Same Leave-Taking From The British Folk Revival, 1970-1977
'***** beautiful, deeply affecting... hard to beat as the year's most worthwhile reissue', The Guardian; 'magnificent... wonderfully austere', Time Out.



Open Strings Early Virtuoso Recordings From The Middle East, And New Responses
Forgotten masterpieces, out-of-this-world improvisations from the 1920s; and dazzling commissions by Sir Richard Bishop, Six Organs Of Admittance and co. 'Dextrous, frenzied, fearless... awesome' (Plan B).



Theo Parrish, Burnt Friedman Meet Mancingelani And Zinja Hlungwani
TP's is an uglier-than-ugly edit, with no let-up for thirteen minutes, layered and shot with synth washes, bleeps and alarms, galloping drums, clattering percussion; Burnt's mix is more chilled, lithe, dubwise.



Lee Perry The Return Of Pipecock Jackxon
Originally released in 1980: the final work to emerge from the Black Ark studio, before its permanent destruction, crossing the soundworld of Roast Fish Collie Weed And Cornbread into new hybrids.



Pinch And Shackleton
The two dubstep pioneers at the top of their game. Truly an album, the music is multi-levelled dark as anything at times, but engrossingly varied and emotionally shaded, always on the move.



Pinch And Shackleton Boracay Drift, with Morphosis Remix
Extra to the LP, with a magnificent, epic, head-scrambling remix, more spaced and spooked than the original. Shackleton's dream liturgy fully unfolds an eerie, garbled sublimity, a kind of black-magic plainsong.



Rashad And Spinn, R.P. Boo Meet Tshetsha Boys And Shangaan Electro
Lethal footwork from three originators. The A is dancefloor murder, honed and nasty, vintage Chicago and Detroit gone clear across the SA border; the flip is a fierce, futuristic juke vocal collage, hard as nails. ...



Richie Davis Lean Boot
'If you are poor, you walk in your shoes, you lean.' Three Unity revive 12s in today, remastered and in spanking new sleeves. Altogether, as a label, the greatest UK digi there ever was.