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Rocket Juice & The Moon
'Inventive, fresh and melodic' 4/5 (The Guardian); 'bound to be underrated... impeccably edited and segued' (The Onion); 'may be the most forward-looking music you hear all year' (Rolling Stone).



Rocket Juice & The Moon Manuela
Two exclusives: Erykah Badu's irresistible do-over of the euphoric album instrumental There, with Malian synth-freak Tidiane Seck; and a dub by Mark Ernestus. Lovely silk-screened sleeve.



Rocket Juice & The Moon Leave-Taking EP
Three deep funk instrumentals HBE on the opener. Sound-wise, doubly lethal, as alive as vinyl gets. Silvered, silk-screened sleeve; limited.





Seiji And Spoonface Yin Yang
West London broken beat meets JA dancehall. A Co-op classic by this Bugz mainstay.



Shackleton, King Midas Sound Deadman
Signature Shackleton paranoia flaring into dancefloor fire, gripping and rolling. With a chilled and crackling King Midas Sound, Hitomi forlorn. And finally The Bug himself, digital only, getting in your face.



Shackleton, T++, Mordant Music Fireworks
A malevolent scorcher, with Middle Eastern percussion harking back to Hamas Rule; a ravening, scrabbling T++ remix. And a new departure rich and spry, computer-unbound with a truly epic, stunning Mordant.



Shangaan Electro New Wave Dance Music From South Africa
An astounding compilation of the breakneck Shangaan dance output of the Nozinja studio in Soweto, recorded between 2006 and 2009.




Simone White I Am The Man
Soulful American folk: a gorgeous, heart-stopping mixture of the longing you get in saudade singers like Cesaria Evora and Joao Gilberto and political protest. Will Oldham's in there; so is Dionne Warwick.



Simone White Yakiimo
Back with a pared-down, western sound. Bitter-sweet and nostalgic, but cut with longing, fantasy and hopefulness, in a daze (sometimes child-like) over lost love, lost innocence, lost years. '****' (Mojo).



Simone White Silver Silver
'An album of cathartic intimacy, built around electronic textures and sparse percussion, with White's gently yielding, half-spoken vocals pitched pleasingly between Laurie Anderson and Joni Mitchell' (Mojo).



Something Is Wrong Vintage Recordings From East Africa
Thirty-five precious, stinging selections from an HMV run of more than four hundred 78s, recordings made in Uganda and Kenya from the mid-1930s till the mid-1950s.