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Mark Ernestus / DJ Pete / Sleeparchive Thursday May 7, Plastic People, London
Honest Jon's presents Mark Ernestus from Rhythm And Sound spinning 45s alongside DJ Pete from Substance and Scion Versions, with a live set from Sleeparchive. SOLD OUT.




Marvellous Boy Calypso From West Africa
Marvellous Boy is the West African counterpart of the 1950s Soho scene of our series London Is The Place For Me. Calypso, highlife and jazz, brimming over with lust for life, topicality, and extravagant creativity....



Massive Gosine / Maximus Dan / Third Base Dougla
Tearaway soca from the studio of Darryl Braxton, mixing it up with ragga and rave vibes.



Migrating Bird The Songs Of Lal Waterson
'folk album of the year' (The Observer); '***** ... not a note is wasted' (Time Out); **** Mojo; **** Uncut; 'Compilation Of The Year' (The Guardian).



Migrating Bird The Songs Of Lal Waterson
Alasdair Roberts, Nancy Elizabeth, Michael Hurley, James Yorkston, Victoria Williams, Richard Youngs: six ravishing, luminous new interpretations. Short-run vinyl sampler, fine pressing, silk-screened sleeves.



MMM, Old Apparatus Meet Tshetsha Boys And Shangaan Electro
Murderous MMM disco-house sharp and succinct, witty and hedonistic fore-grounding the soulfulness of the Tshetsha's singing. The OA is a cavernous, atmospheric, stately steppers.



Moondog Playing Moondog Music
Originally relelased on the Moondog label in 1955.



Moondog Moondog And His Friends
Originally released by Epic in 1953.



Moondog The Viking Of Sixth Avenue
'*****' The Guardian, Time Out; ' utterly out of time', The Guardian; 'utterly contemporary', Time Out; 'utterly brilliant', The Independent On Sunday.



Moondog More Moondog
Startlingly restored at Abbey Road two key albums summing up the 1950s, when Moondog was homeless and busking in NYC. 'His later records may be better known, but this is the real shit' (Byron Coley, The Wire).





Moritz Von Oswald Trio Vertical Ascent
Moritz from Basic Channel and Rhythm And Sound, alongside Vladislav Delay (Chain Reaction) and Max Loderbauer (Sahko): a dream crossing of classic Berlin techno, On-The-Corner Miles, Larry Heard and Can.



Moritz Von Oswald Trio Live In New York
Guests Carl Craig and Francois K bring a fresh, pulsating energy and rough urgency to the bristling, live trio sound, deeply dubwise throughout, with startling splashes of Sun Ra in the effects.