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Koudede Guitars from Agadez Vol. 7
Three scorchers recorded at Toumast the Tuareg headquarters in Bamako and a fourth in Ouagadougou, after the group flew Mali for Burkina Faso.



Luis Perez Ipan In Xiktli Metztli
Amazing, deeply grooving, cosmic ethnography from Mexico in 1981, magically combining ancient percussion and wind instruments with electric guitar, tape delay and synths. Lovely silk-screened sleeves.




Ksiezyc
Beguiling, startlingly original music from nineties Poland a compaction of medieval Slavic styles and contemporary vocal experimentalism, amongst other things, guided by minimalism.



Cosmic Eye Dream Sequence
Amancio D'Silva's amazing side-long ragas: modal, hypnotic, psychedelic Indo Jazz from 1972. The first legitimate reissue; remastered from the original master tapes; 180g vinyl; rare photos, decent notes.




Ogassa Ogassa Original
Killer, limber funk from Porto Novo, in the east of Benin. The sextet had a bunch of radio hits in the mid-70s, and collaborated with the Orchestre Poly- Rythmo de Cotonou. Organ-led, moody. 'Oga', master.






Sroeng Santi Kao Mai Rak Rao Rhok
Driving, widescreen funk, with squalling guitar, funk horns, and Santi compelling as ever. Plus a rocking molam instrumental with droning khaen, woozy percussion and staunch phin. Pretty killer seven.



Tal National Kaani
Terrific, headlong, dense, hypnotic guitar-music from Niamey, the capital of Niger, lashing together Tuareg blues, the Songhai of Malian griots, and Hausa percussion, amongst other influences.



Rebita 74
The reissue of a 1973 showcase for Urbano de Castro, Os Kiezos and Jovens do Prenda the hottest names in Angolan dance music at that time.



Nath And Martin Brothers Money
The bullion-clad masterpiece of these pioneers of Nigerian Funk and Afrobeat at their deepest and heaviest tearing, wailing, mid-70s funk, heady with spirituality. Superbad from start to finish, no let-up.