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Hypnotic Brass Ensemble Hypnotic Brass Ensemble
Tear-up bad-boy brass-band scorchers. Just like dad crossed Sun Ra with Kool And The Gang, this crashes funkdafied New Orleans street jazz into hip hop. With Flea, Damon, Tony Allen, Malcolm from The Heliocentrics.



Hypnotic Brass Ensemble Alyo
Alyo is the hardest, funkiest track from the album (with Malcolm from The Heliocentrics on drums); Flipside wobbles and woozes, tippy-toes and pirouettes, with Mingus in its b-boy bones.



Solomon Ilori And His Afro-Drum Ensemble Igbesi Aiye / Gbogbo Omo Ibile
Vinyl debut of 1964 Blue Note recordings — Donald Byrd, Elvin Jones and co in amongst resplendent Nigerian drumming. Around thirteen minutes of classic Pharoah and Alice Coltrane vibes, each side.



Elmore Judd Insect Funk
Tufnell Park grine and P-Funk meet art-school disco and rock avant-gardism, UK hip hop, African roots and rembetica, horror soundtracks and jazz: with pirates, rats, Snakefinger, dead men and Tron.



Elmore Judd Insect Funk EP
Deejay weapons in a heavy-duty silk-screened sleeve.



Elmore Judd Unborn Again EP
Six brand new exclusives, brimming with wit and musicality, and vintage Judd: dazed and dubwise NY art-funk meets wrong skank in amongst the belly-dancing, sozzled mongrels of Malian folk, rembetica and Gypsy jazz.



Katell Keineg At The Mermaid Parade
'**** CD Of The Week... everything her followers have long cherished about Keineg... An uncompromising and long overdue return' (Sunday Times).
**** Daily Mirror; **** Financial Times.





Lagos All Routes Juju And Highlife, Apala And Fuji
'*****', The Independent; 'captivating... Q Recommends'; 'there is no end of exhilarating music on this beguiling album', The Sunday Times; 'full of heartstopping musical twists and turns', The Beat.



Lagos Chop Up Fuji And Afrobeat, Highlife And Juju
‘*****’, The Independent; 'a vibrancy and energy that make it impossible to sit still’, Metro; 'shines from Shina to Shina', The Beat; 'CD Of The Week... astonishing', Daily Telegraph; 'incendiary', The Observer.




Las Malas Amistades Jardin Interior
New, from Colombia. '... deliciously haunting... rekindles the spirit of DIY that their British counterparts have so patently forgotten', The Times; 'startlingly poignant', Metro.



Las Malas Amistades Patio Bonito
'one of the most charming idiosyncrasies I have heard all year... where truth is seized accidentally and musical shambles are sweet, virtuous and silly... like watching early Bunuel without subtitles' (Plan B).




Las Malas Amistades Maleza
‘The bad influences’, from Bogota, with their third album for us: twenty-eight gorgeous variations of saudade, in a warmly acoustic, post-punk take on Tropicalismo — impromptu, snapshot and sublime.



Laventille Rhythm Section Two Rhythms
Thirteen and twenty-two minute slices of carnival thunder and lightning from the hill above Port Of Spain in Trinidad. Lengths of steel, assorted bits of metal, African drums. An Honest Jon's recording.