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Son Palenque Samba
Three new recordings from Colombia a delirious brew of highlife and chalupa, Afrobeat and champeta.



Sprigs Of Time 78s From The EMI Archive
'A wicked sense of pacing, of beauty and absurdity, and an instinctive ear for musical action' (The New York Times). 'There's no theme or continuity... unless you count sheer awesomeness' (Fader).




Candi Staton Candi Staton
'10/10', NME, Vice; '*****' The Guardian, OK, Mojo, The Independent On Sunday, Blender. 'Every single track here says more in its 2-minutes-40 than most artists manage in a lifetime' (Time Out).



Candi Staton His Hands
'Three years ago Honest Jon's put out her late '60s and early 70s recordings and it's the most unimpeachable collection of heartbreak you'll ever hear. This new album is just as good', NME



Candi Staton Who's Hurting Now?
'Early contender for 2009's album of the year. Yes, already' (Mojo). 'The sheer soul in her voice is revolutionary' (NME).**** The Independent, The Times. '**** a masterclass in gritty southern soul' (Daily Mail).



Candi Staton / Pepe Bradock Do Your Duty / Evidence Remixes
Classic soul sides rewound as state-of-the-art dance music: brilliant, epic house, and hard-funk breakbeat.



Steel An' Skin Afro Punk Reggae Dub
From our heartlands the late 70s Grove a stupendous mixture of stomping disco, dub and steel band, in its lineage crossing Ginger Johnson (from London Is The Place For Me) with The Twentieth Century Steel Band.



Bettye Swann Bettye Swann
'10/10 Pop music as it should be: beautiful, heartbreaking, but ultimately uplifting', NME; '*****', Mojo; '***** A welcome alternative to the over-hyped women singers clogging up today's charts', Daily Sport.



T++ Wireless
An occult homage to UK garage two-step waylaid in the scuffed, churning, sub-heavy geography running from Chain Reaction days to Monolake, mysteriously entangled with distressed trails from old Ugandan 78s.



Terry Hall And Mushtaq The Hour Of Two Lights
'Terry Hall has returned with his best work in decades... a daring, thoughtful set', The Guardian; '***** the real message lies in the boldness of its musical vision... world music album of the year', The Times.



The World Is Shaking Cubanismo From The Congo, 1954-55
Fired-up, originary African pop, conjuring the Congolese rumba from imported Latin 78s with thumb pianos, kazoos, banjos, bottles, violins, and irresistible little songs about pimps, dope, clubbing, sex, death.



To Scratch Your Heart Early Recordings From Istanbul
A New York Times tip: 'I have heard no more beautiful record this year... a righteous calm takes over the album like a spirit force.'



Lobi Traore Lobi Traore
'the most primal blues LP to have come out of Africa in a while', Mojo; 'a terrific set of garage blues party music... far from the soporific tastefulness of the African World Music coffee table scene', The Wire.



Trembling Bells Carbeth
'Jesus fucking shit! These jamz claw so hard at the tatties below methinks the Lord misnamed them, having intended to say trembling BALLS' (Will Oldham). 'My kind of band... Highly recommended' (Joe Boyd).



Trembling Bells Abandoned Love
'brilliant... concise, deeply romantic, totally original ****' (Mojo); 'freewheeling and delightfully quirky ****' (The Guardian); 'CD Of The Week... terrific' (The Observer); 'like nobody ****' (Sunday Times).