Fifth release by this excellent label run out of Vaasa, Finland. Deep, dubwise techno, intently balanced and varied, its heart on its sleeve for analogue and vintage digital equipment and the Basic Channel tradition, but with strong Nordic flavours to its moodiness and murk, melodic soul and vast sense of starred space.
Sensational music by the Burkinabe, from 1978. Hard, JB-injected funk and traditional warba, highlife and Afro-Cubanismo; pumping bass, hypnotic guitars, salsero percussion and burning horns. Fabulous.
From January 1972, Morricone’s Ortophonic studio in Rome: nutty free jazz, aggressive bass-driven beats, Eastern exotica — Alessandro Alessandroni on sitar — and childlike lullabies, Rosemary's Baby style.
First time out for this 1980 dub companion to Flick Wilson's School Days LP. (Nine out of its ten tracks are here, rounded off with a selection from Wayne Jarrett's What's Wrong LP.) Super-tough, prime Scientist.
JT on the legendary fight; John Clark in a nostalgic mood, about an old friend. Both deejaying and singing are mixed in your face, over a nugget of vintage Wackies, gritty and unbalanced. Shimmy shimmy ya.