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Kebab Und Andere Traume

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Reissue of their 1987 album! A diverse blend of New Wave, Turkish Pop and Oriental-Rock, Funk & Soul, Hip-Hop but also Disco in a exotic way.The Official 30th Anniversary Vinyl Reissue of Elektro-Dschungel “Kebab- Und Andere Träume”Restored From The Original Reel2Reel Mastertapes Mastering And Lacquer Cut by Mike Grinser at Manmade MasteringLP | 33 ⅓ RPM | 4-Page Insert With Original And Expanded Credits

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1. Elle Rond, Elle Bon Et Blonde
2. Kebabtraume
3. Liebe Gabi
4. Oriental Pop
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1. Eminem
2. Al-Hoceima
3. Gurbet Kusu
4. Alhoria
5. Sekeroglan Oyun Havasi

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Long Way For The Homies

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1. Long Way For The Homies
2. Keep Yo Mama Clean
3. This Was Supposed To Be An Outro
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1. Keep Yo Mama Clean (Times Are Ruff remix)
2. This Was Supposed To Be An Outro (Cody Currie remix)

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Alaska Wartet/Frisbee

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BACK IN STOCK !!!When the Growing Bin first bloomed from blog and record store to label it was originally intended to be a reissue imprint. If you’ve kept your ear to the ground and head in the Bin, you’ll know that isn’t exactly how it went down. But for this release we are going back to the scheme a young Basso dreamed up in his adolescent years: bring back the rare, unknown and unfindable.

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1. Alaska Wartet
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1. Frisbee

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Dreamin'

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Notes On A Journey present Dreamin a essential reissue of the private press masterpiece from Chuck Senrick.LP (180g vinyl + Old School Tip On Cover + Download Card + Printed Inner Sleeve)It’s a well-documented fact that a person’s reasons for pursuing a career in music are varied and manifold. For some, it’s the desire for a glamorous and stellar career, the longing for fame and glory. For others, it’s just a job like any other, and for some, it’s a calling, just something you got to do. With this idea in mind, it’s easy to draw a parallel between the modesty and humility in Chuck Senrick's life to that of Sixto “Sugarman” Rodriguez. But while Sugarman recently learnt of him enduring fame on the other side of the globe and the creation of a legend for a whole generation around his craft, Chuck Senrick was never famous, now or at any time or place during his still enduring career. For more than 45 years now he simply plays his Fender Rhodes or piano and entertains any audience which is present, incidentally at the location at which he is performing. In this day and age, an endangered species anywhere but in the US, Chuck Senrick serves as a bar pianist.Raised in Farmington, Minnesota, the young Senrick came at the decision to throw caution to the wind and become a career musician at an early age. At the tender age of 15, he played his first gig in Minnesota, and after the venue's owner pressed his pay into his hand, he quickly came to the conclusion that making a living by performing music was the path he wanted to pursue. From this on it was surprisingly his life of simplicity and restricted circumstances that gave Senrick the liberty to play music whenever and wherever he felt like – be it as an all-round entertainer in bars and restaurants or as a member of several bands (i.e. touring with the Shuffle Brothers across Minnesota between 1976 and 1978 and later accompanying the Claudio Baltierras Ensemble on occasion). By 1982 Senrick was hired by Joe's Steak House in Bloomington, Illinois (a two-hour drive south of Chicago) where he has earned money ever since, either as a solo pianist or as a band leader at his own evening „At Home At The Piano Bar“. This steadfast engagement was only interrupted once, for a six years period when he moved to Anna Maria Island in sunny Florida. During this time he also only played at a single location, the Cafe Crobar. Since this time he spends the remaining parts of his day following his second love after music, building sand castles.Building castles in the air, though, was something Chuck Senrick never did during his career. His first and only record “Dreamin” wasn't meant to signal the start of an illustrious career in the music business. The dozen songs he recorded in friend's living rooms during 1976 were for the by then 21-year old, freshly married Minnesotan, just a plain and simple collection of compositions capturing the world around him and recounting humble tales of his life in it. “Drop A Dime” is a simple account of the flat he shared with three friends, while, as the title suggests, “Wedding Trilogy” is dedicated to his wife and is a living reminder of his marriage which happened around the time of these recordings. It was also his first wife who drew the illustration for the cover of “Dreamin”: A portrait of a young Chuck cross-fading between Minneapolis' bustling city life (sung about in “Downtown”) and the comforting mountain scenery of Montana embedded in familiar unity. The songs, starting with the title track “Dreamin”, invoke the calm, humble life and bond with nature, which is still dear to Chuck Senrick's heart to this very day. The songs also address the conflict between harmony and adventure, a facet of his personality which embodies him all the same. These days, Senrick's personal favourite from the collection is, “Don't Be So Nice”, the best example of this discrepancy. Hard to be topped in its reduced purity, the song is scored in a restrained and jazzy manner, as all tracks of the album, with just a Fender Rhodes accompanied by a simple beat coming from the drum machine, the Donca-Matic by Keio/Korg. This minimalism, paired with a preference for bittersweet melodies and his ingenious vocals, bestow Chuck Senrick's music with a brutal honesty that will never go out of fashion, therefore bearing the imprint of timelessness. The soundtrack to eternity one could say. Just 200 copies of the record were pressed, which Senrick gave away to friends or sells to his audience at his gigs. Only many years later, in 1993 to be exact, during his stay in Florida, does Senrick again record further material. A few of his live gigs are put onto cassette tape and distributed them under the name “Island Live“ and “Cheap Thrills”. Somehow, through a series of unknown events and coincidences, 40-years later those original songs finally meet the catalyst for exposure to a bigger listenership. Not in Minnesota nor in Florida but a Japanese second-hand store of all places, Jazzanova member and NOAJ co-founder Stefan Leisering finds a copy of “Dreamin”. A magic moment for the passionate musician and DJ, one that stands out strong in his decades of record collecting. It's exactly this type of songwriting and these arrangements that hit him emotionally, ticking every box along the way. Back in Berlin, he plays the record to some friends, who are also deeply moved and impressed by Senrick's thoroughly honest music. The author of these liner notes also remembers the first time he heard “Don't Be So Nice” very vividly. It was during a car trip through Berlin with friends and fellow record collectors, Danny McLewin (Psychemagik) and Alex Barck (Jazzanova), when Alex played the track on the stereo of his A-Class, I couldn't believe my ears for a moment. Once in a blue moon do you hear such a perfect pop song, minimalistic yet overflowing with charm owing to its sincerity. Knowing about its extreme scarcity, I didn't even attempt to try to find the record. All the more delighted I was when Notes On A Journey asked me to write the liner notes for this reissue. Finally, I can hold this beautiful record in my hands and I can listen to this ageless, bonafide and touching music again and again and again. I hope you dear reader, gets a kick out of this the same way I did and that I and the whole Notes On A Journey crew still do. Linernotes by Adrian Hoenicke. www.notesonajourney.com

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1. Dreamin'
2. Wedding Trilogy
3. It Don't Matter No More
4. Downtown
5. Gray Days
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1. Kids
2. Don't Be So Nice
3. Celebration Lover
4. It's Alright
5. Bright Face
6. The Duke Is Gone
7. Drop A Dime
8. Dreamin' (reprise)

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Habibi Funk: An Eclectic Selection

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Habibi Funk: An eclectic mix of music from the Arab world.Habibi Funk is dedicated to re-releasing a style of music that historically never existed as a musical genre. We use the term to describe a certain sound that we like from the countries of the Arab world. The songs we chose were created in places quite far from another and under very different circumstances. Some were written and recorded during war times, others in exile. Despite the differences we think there is a musical connection between them. Essentially, we are interested in the musical endeavors, in which artists from the Arab world mixed local and regional influences with musical interests that came from outside of the region. Even though the name suggests it’s all about funk music, our focus is more than just that. Often these influences might be inspired from Western popular music such as soul, pop and rock but it’s not limited to that either. Some of our favorite records are best described as Arabic zouk (a genre originating from the Caribbean islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe) like Mallek Mohamed’s music, Algerian coladera (a popular musical style from the Cape Verdean islands) or Lebanese AOR, which means the process of musical influences displayed on this compilation was much more versatile than just taking Western music as a blueprint and translating it with a local accent. The compilation features 15 different artists. Some you might already know thru Habibi Funk’s releases like Fadoul, Ahmed Malek, Dalton or Al Massrieen, while others are meant as an introduction to artists like Kamal Keila, Sharhabeel Ahmed, Attarazat Addahabia & Mallek Mohamed who will all release full length albums on Habibi Funk in 2018.In todays world there are still many stereotypical conceptions to be found when it comes to the Arab world. Contrary to what a lot of Western narratives and media suggest, the Arab world we got to know through extensive traveling in several countries of North Africa and the Middle East, is a very versatile terrain. A place full of different stories, ideas and beliefs. And we hope that the music we release helps as a tiny, tiny piece of a larger puzzle to establish a diverse, more nuanced yet adequate idea of how musically vibrant this very diverse region once has been and also still is. At the same time we do not want anyone to misunderstand this compilation as a selection of songs to represent Arabic musical history of the 1970s and 1980s. This compilation is nothing more than a very personal curation of songs we like and in no way reflects on what has been popular in a general sense.All tracks on this compilation are directly licensed from the artist or, in the case of artists who are sadly no longer alive, from the artist’s family. There are three exceptions: Hamid Al Shaeri’s track was licensed from SLAM! and the tracks from Belbao and Attarazat Addahabia were both licensed from Boussiphone. As a European label dealing with non-western artists we try to be aware of the responsibilities that derive within the making, seen from a post-colonial point of view by demanding ourselves not to reproduce exploitative economic patterns. We split all of the profits from our releases equally with the artists without deducting any costs that are not directly related to the release .Our agreements are license deals with limited terms after which the rights fall back to the artist or the artist’s families. We think it is important in today's reissue market, where too many shady business transactions happen, to be transparent about our licensing policies.

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1. Fadoul - Bsslama Hbubti
2. Bob Destiny - Wang Dang
3. Attarazat Addahabia - Track 03
4. Jalil Bennis Et Les Golden Hands - Mirza
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1. Sharhabeell Ahmed - El Bomba
2. Belbao - Casablanca Shuffle
3. Mallek Mohamed - Rouhi Ya Hafida
4. Freh Kodja - La Coladera
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1. Kamal Keila - Al Asafir
2. Ahmed Malik - Tape 19.11
3. Hamid El Shaeri - Ayonha
4. Ahmed Malik - Bossa
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1. Samir & Abboud - Games
2. Al Massrieen - Sah
3. Gharbi Sadok & Georges Garzia - Lala Tibki
4. Dalton - Soul Brother

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Every Eye

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In 2017, we've only caught a few glimpses of what Ivan has been working on, namely the soulful Kaytranada x Kiefer produced loosie "Also" and the jazzy MNDSGN produced single "Young Eye". As it turns out, these two cuts are a good indication as to what the Oslo based artist has in store for us with his next LP release. On November 10h of this year, Ave presents his sophomore LP "Every Eye". "Every Eye", with its symbiosis of different producers, musicians and vocal styles puts Ivan Ave in his own lane. Leaving behind the sample heavy sound he’s gained recognition with, Ivan embarks on his first musical journey free of chopped up jazz, soul and funk records. But it would be an understatement to say that “Every Eye” still has jazz, soul and funk for days. Enlisting musical homies like Fredfades, MNDSGN, DJ Harrison, Kiefer, Kaytranada and Dâm- Funk on the production side, Ivan carves out his path as an ever-growing MC and singer.All-though “Every Eye” sometimes hovers in a state of weightlessness genre wise, there is no shortage of gravity in Ave’s lyrical universe. Ivan seems to have written this record as his own self help book, dealing with the mechanisms of the mind, the heart, and the world he sees (or doesn’t see).The title “Every Eye” refers to our various angles of view, the ones we choose and the ones we are assigned to. From any point of view, Ivan Ave’s “Every Eye” will be a treat for every ear on its November 10th release through Jakarta Records.

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1. Now You See Me
2. Monitor
3. Steaming
4. Fast Forward
5. Bike Lock
6. Jellylude
7. One Eye
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1. Warm Couture
2. Running Shoes
3. George Duke
4. Squint
5. Old Eye
6. Young Eye
7. Now You Don't

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Vertical Iris

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A Cat Called Fritz is back on another journey through space and sound. His sample-based trademark productions, using crispy samples and heavy drums, again lay the foundation for an allstar cast of feature guests on the mic including like-minded cats like Sach of The Nonce, Audessey, Glad2Mecha, Black Josh, Pete Flux, Pseudo Slang and others.

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1. Rock Outta Space
2. Mustafa In The Sky With Diamonds
3. Gravity
4. Ego System
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1. Blueway
2. Everybody
3. 2 Hits
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1. Galactic Waltz
2. Ruff 'N' Tumble
3. Mind Power
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1. Don't Play Yourself
2. We Got Shit
3. Elevation

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Dropped Out EP

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BACK IN STOCK !!!Gene Siewing - the St Louis DJ and producer now making serious waves in Berlin - kicks off the first release on his new label in fine style. Intent Recordings looks set to be a buy-on-sight operation, prizing quality over quantity, and on a mission to provide music aimed firmly at the dance-floor, whatever the genre. As such, it's the perfect outlet for Gene's own productions - a conduit for the grooving, funk ' n' disco infused house sound that he is fast becoming known for.Intent 01 introduces us to the mouthwatering new Dropouts project- a collaboration between Gene and man-of-the-moment Max Graef - the young Berliner on everyone's radar after a string of exceptional releases. The streak continues on the Dropped Out EP - Gene and Max clearly had fun in the studio, riffing on their shared love of deep, grooving house music.Cool-Track 42 sets out the tone - lush chords, a bouncy bassline, and crisp, rolling drums, offset perfectly with Gene's occasional vocals and Max's innate sense of dancefloor know-how. A true deep burner that will stay rooted in the bag for a long time.The flip is equally impressive - a mid tempo (108BPM) chugger that highlights Dropouts' true essence - a love for music with integrity and soul. A sweet vocal sample combines with Detroit-deep chords, firing percussion and a massive bassline. Raw and funky, soulful and uplifting, this is house music with intent.

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1. Cool-Track 42
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1. All My Love

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Twelve Inch Jams 002

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For their 12th label anniversary, Jazz & Milk have decided to launch a new series called "Twelve Inch Jams" in order to celebrate vinyl culture and the legendary 12" format!JAMS002 sounds the bell for the second round of the series including a 10 years re-issue of the classic Sam Irl cut "You Don't Feel Enough". Originally released as a B1 tune on his "African Dance EP" debut on Pulver Records in 2007, this jazzy house gem found its way into the record bags of many influential DJs over the years. From Session Victim, Glenn Astro, Max Graef to Hodini... the record never disappeared in club sets but certainly from discogs a good while ago.So it was about time to give the tune a second life and finally press it on the format it deserves - a whole 12" side. The German production duo Session Victim are well-known fans of the track describing it as their secret weapon playing it in quite many DJ sets for years, including their 2015 appearance for Mixmag's DJ Lab.Hence, it is a great pleasure that Session Victim contributed a remix to the new release. Their absolutely elegant and groove-driven version with a charming 90's touch to it makes a brillant counterpart to the original with its jazzy piano-, drum- and double bass samples leading to an epic synth break that regularly causes ecstatic moments on the dancefloor.

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1. You Don't Feel Enough
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1. You Don't Feel Enough (Session Victim remix)

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Kunstdisco Seoul - Night Falls

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Analog tape mastered from original tapes at audiomoto & faible studio for a high quality analog sound and a high fidelity vinyl press.The Vinyl comes in a wonderful, authentic and special old-fashioned cardboard cover with vintage haptics.

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1. Night Falls
2. Night Falls (First Touch remix)
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1. Night Falls (Mudegg Machine mix)
2. Night Falls (Mudegg Alpha Wave mix)

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