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The Blueprint

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In recent years, Los Angeles rapper Blu has become one of hip hop’s most prolific artists, releasing more than a dozen acclaimed projects and building a worldwide fanbase. The gifted lyricist often joins forces with a single producer for an entire collection, leading to classic collaborative releases with Exile, Nottz, Madlib, and more. Now, Blu is back with The Blueprint, a new mixtape produced by Shafiq Husayn. Known as one third of visionary production team Sa-Ra Creative Partners, Shafiq has produced for the likes of Erykah Badu, Kanye West, Andre 3000, John Legend, Anderson Paak, Thundercat, Bilal, Ty Dolla $ign, Ice T, and many more. Dedicated to the gang culture that permeates the city they both call home, The Blueprint reflects Blu’s eternal L.A. state of mind, with Shafiq’s eclectic soundscapes providing the perfect backdrop. After mysteriously appearing online and then abruptly disappearing, the project is now receiving an official release on CD and vinyl.

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Side 1
1. Bang St A
2. 1983
3. Red Hot LA
4. COLORS (feat Chris Clarke)
5. Gang St A
Side 2
1. LA LA"(feat Akil)
2. South LA
3. Fake St Azz
4. My Fav Colo(U)r
5. Block St Hood
6. 2 Live N Die N LA (feat Alpha Londyn)
Side 3
1. Ray Ray (The Blueprint)
2. The Colo(U)r Black (feat Xidmara)
3. BS (The Return) (feat Donel Smokes & Brandon)
4. GUN (Clap Clap) (feat Ca$hius King & Montage One)
Side 4
1. The Tookie Monsters (feat Ca$hius King)
2. Who Side Are You On? (feat Donel Smokes, Ca$hius King, MED & Self Jupiter)
3. Gang St A (remix)
4. 1953
5. Outs
6. BUMS (bonus track)
7. Me Against The World (bonus track)

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People Of The Sun

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We could say that with this sixth studio album Anthony Joseph is back to his roots. Indeed, it was recorded on his native island of Trinidad. But it is more of a continuation, of a culmination…. as the Caribbean music has strongly infused the music of Anthony since its inception .This album entitled "People of the sun" is a tribute to Port of Spain (POS), this bubbling port, meeting place of many cultures and a door open on South America. This energy is found throughout the album with many stars of the island (3 channel, Brother Resistance, Ella Andal, Boogsie the king of steel pan ...) and pays tribute to Rapso, a mixture of protest poetry and Soca / Calypso created in the 80’s. As always the verb remains in the spotlight with Anthony Joseph.

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Side 1
1. Milligan. The Ocean (feat. Ella Andall)
2. Sans Souci (Totem) (feat. Len "boogsie" Sharpe)
3. Bandit School (feat. 3 Canal)
Side 2
1. Suffering (This Savage Work)
2. Dealings (feat. Brother Resistance)
3. Incense Taxi
Side 3
1. Dig Out Your Eye
2. He Was Trying
Side 4
1. On the Move
2. Jungle (feat. Meena Joseph)
3. People of the Sun (feat. John John Francis)

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Lloyd Miller & The Heliocentrics (OST)

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Strut repress a classic from 2010, The Heliocentrics’ groundbreaking studio collaboration with Lloyd Miller, ‘(OST)’.Recorded following their award-winning collaboration with Ethio jazz pioneer, Mulatu Astatke (Mojo magazine Top 50 of the year 2009, Sunday Times World Music Album of the year), pioneering UK collective The Heliocentrics resurfaced with another fascinating jazz enigma, ethno-musicologist, jazz maestro and multi-instrumentalist, Lloyd Miller. Learning various instruments and immersing himself in New Orleans jazz through his father, a professional clarinet player, Lloyd Miller first trained himself in the styles of George Lewis and Jimmy Giuffre and cut his first Dixieland jazz 78 rpm record in 1950. During the late ‘50s, his father landed a job in Iran and Miller began to develop a lifelong interest in Persian and Eastern music forms, learning to play a vast array of traditional ethnic instruments from across Asia and the Middle East.He toured Europe heavily, basing himself in Switzerland, Belgium, Sweden, Germany (where he played with Eddie Harris and Don Ellis) and, most famously, in Paris where he worked with leftfield bandleader Jef Gilson, a phenomenon in French jazz during the early ‘60s. Miller returned to the Middle East during the ‘70s, landing his own TV show on NIRTV in Tehran under the name Kurosh Ali Khan. His show became a national fixture and ran for seven years. More recently, his mid-‘60s album ‘Oriental Jazz’ has become a collector’s favourite.Emerging from an acoustic jazz session in 2007 set up by Jazzman, the Heliocentrics collaboration was recorded at the band’s Quatermass Studios in East London during January and February 2010, a fresh, freeform mix of Eastern arrangements, jazz and angular psychedelics. The recordings involved a number of ethnic instruments that Miller played and studied throughout his career including the oud, Phonofiddle, Indian santur, Chinese shawm and wooden flute. Lloyd Miller & The Heliocentrics’ ‘(OST)’ will be repressed on its original 2LP format, 1000 copies only.

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Side 1
1. Electricone
2. Nava
3. Mandala
Side 2
1. Spiritual Jazz
2. Bali Bronze
Side 3
1. Fantasia (part 1)
2. Modality
3. Salendro
4. Pari Ru
Side 4
1. Lloyd's Diatribe
2. Fantasia (part 2)
3. Chahargah
4. Sunda Sunset

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Bijou Voyou Caillou

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Side 1
1. Fuck With The Police
2. South Beach
Side 2
1. Bijou Voyou Caillou (feat Arthur H)
2. Hibou Bleu (feat Arthur H)
3. Coup De Foudre A Thessalonique
4. Colchiques Dans Les Pres
Side 3
1. Boca (feat Anthony Joseph)
2. Colosse De Rhodes
3. Interlude Chou
Side 4
1. Espion
2. Jazz Carnival

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Family Portrait

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British producer Ross From Friends aka Felix Clary Weatherall returns with his debut album on Flying Lotus’ label."Family Portrait" is characterised by a perpetual desire to experiment and Felix's obsessive attention to detail, somehow marrying an intricately layered production style with warm, heavily saturated sonics that elevate, rather than stifle, his melodious funk.“Family Portrait” showcases his ability to shift and evolve, moving from the world of lo-fi to the world of FlyLo, he demonstrates a versatility exemplified by the ease in which he can switch between playing shows with Little Dragon, holding down a peak-time slot in Berghain’s Panorama Bar and performing live at Maida Vale for BBC Radio 1.The album title - “Family Portrait” - also nods to a very specific personal aspect of the record: the influence of his parents. Dance music has always been a feature in Felix's life, with early memories of his dad producing music on his analogue set-up, or pumping out hi-NRG tracks on the turntable, he grew up discussing, sharing and learning about music from his dad. “My dad has been hugely influential to the whole thing,” he explains. However it was with the emergence of some old family VHS tapes, and the story of how Felix’s parents came to meet, that the true significance became clear.Having built up a sound system in the 1980’s while playing at various squat parties around London (including the then derelict Roundhouse) Felix’s dad decided he wanted to get out of the capital and see some of Europe. He got his hands on a bus and started putting word out through a network of like-minded friends and acquaintances. At the time just a friend of a friend, the trip caught the attention of Felix’s mum-to-be, who offered to document the whole thing in return for a seat, and in 1990 they loaded up the sound system and hit the road. Travelling through France, Belgium, West and East Germany (though returning through a unified one) and beyond, setting up in towns to share their passion for the sounds of hi-NRG dance, Italo disco and proto-Techno through spontaneous parties in whatever venue they could find.

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Side 1
1. Happy Birthday Nick
2. Thank God I'm A Lizard
3. Wear Me Down
Side 2
1. The Knife
2. Project Cybersyn
3. Don't Wake Dad
Side 3
1. Family Portrait
2. Pale Blue Dot
3. Back Into Space
4. Parallel Sequence
Side 4
1. RATS
2. The Beginning

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Homework

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The DMV’s own, Kev Brown has announced his frst solo rap album since 2005. Hailing from Palmer Park in Landover, Maryland specifcally, after a 13 year hiatus, the producer/MC has fnally prepared the sophomore sequel to 2005’s in?uential cult classic, I Do What I Do. Entitled, Homework, Brown and Redefnition Recs have partnered to release an LP the game has been missing for too long.Now 13 years is a long wait, but don’t think Kev has been idle in obscurity. He has been involved with several collaborative projects, garnered tons of production credits and released over a half dozen beat tapes during that time frame. It is also important to note that he was in no rush to drop another rap album and preferred to compose Homework organically and at his own pace, in the comforts of his own home, hence the title. Though Brown is known as one of hip-hop’s elite producers from heavyweights like Diamond D, Pete Rock, Busta Rhymes, Peter Rosenberg, 9th Wonder and Jazzy Jeff, he is a man of many hats.Kev Brown’s debut album was groundbreaking in so many areas that the recording itself and Kev is cemented as legendary. It would be no surprise that hip-hop would ask for the next installment and he’s nowhere near done leaving his mark. Homework is a seamless nonstop exhibition of KB’s range. Kev raps confdently and wisely throughout the album’s 27 tracks. Lyrically it’s personal, introspective, comedic, observatory and witty delivered in Kev’s smooth baritone style. Vocals are equally complimented by instrumentals all produced by the man himself and ?uidly morph into instrumental compositions too good to be considered interludes. The album was composed using several different samplers and recording technologies, but the vibe is never compromised.Homework is the perfect game plan for today’s climate and for those who haven’t, do your homework on this man. You won’t be disappointed

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Side 1
1. Introduction
2. Still Triumphant
3. Back Home
4. Walkin Thru The Metro
5. Headlining
6. Tell Me About The Stuff
7. Blueprint From The Masters
8. We're Artistsss
9. Non Destructive Chop
10. Legato
11. Look At The Way The Word Move
12. No Gimmicks
13. Homework (Part 1)
14. "Homework (Part 2)
Side 2
1.  Put In A Lot Of Time
2. Continue On
3. The Buttery Hotness
4. Superman III
5. Gittin Down 2 Bizness
6. Everything You Need To Win
7. Feelin" (1:01) 8. "Like Dat
9. Passion Energy Heart
10. Changes Take Place
11. Voltron
12. Waiting For You
13. I Know This Style

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Jura Soundsystem Presents Transmission One

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The first in a series of compilations by Jura Soundsystem is a blend of Dub, Ambient, Downtempo, Boogie and Proto House with a focus on music never before released on Vinyl, sought after out of print titles and some special versions edited specifically for the album.The intention with this project was to delve deeper into the reissue pond and unearth some lesser known tracks and artists. Highlights include Smackos (AKA Legowelt) Ambient epic ‘We Can Watch Alf In The Hotel Room’, never before released on Vinyl, the Dub / Psych hybrid of Minus Group’s ‘Black Shadow’, Kash’s sought after ‘Percussion Sundance’ and special edits of Ken Dang and Tabou Combo. The end of the album includes some soothing Ambient tools.

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1. Smackos - We Can Watch Alf In The Hotel Room
2. Astral Engineering - Seashore Dub
3. Minus Group - Black Shadow
Side 2
1. Ken Dang - Born In Borneo (Jura Soundsystem edit)
2. Trevor Bastow - Integration
Side 3
1. Kash - Percussion Sundance
2. Tabou Combo Superstars - Ooh La La (Jura Soundsystem edit)
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1. Blindboy - Traumerei
2. Mix-O-Rap - All Party People (Special mix - Go-Go Style)
3. Jura Soundsystem - Jungle Ambient Tool
4. Jura Soundsystem - Ocean Ambient Tool
5. Jura Soundsystem - Time Ambient Tool
6. Jura Soundsystem - Pyramids Ambient Tool

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Welcome To Paradise: Italian Dream House 89-93 Vol 1

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1. Key Tronics Ensemble - Calypso Of House (Paradise mix)
2. Dramatic - Audio Trip
Side 2
1. Night Communication - Nocturne Seduction
2. Aqua Re - Holy Dance (Large Sound mix)
3. Deep Choice - Fix Of 4:38 PM
Side 3
1. High Tide - Time Unlimited
2. Don Pablo's Animals - Paranoia
3. Open Spaces - Sunrise Paradise Garage
Side 4
1. Jacy - Trax
2. K2 - In My Garden
3. Last Rhythm - Last Rhythm (ambient mix)

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Welcome To Paradise: Italian Dream House 1989-93 Vol 2

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1. Z 99 - Welcome To Paradise (Nightfly version)
2. Extreme - Trasparenza
3. Transitive Elements - Octivation
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1. 707 Boyz - Emotions
2. Morenas - Somnambulism
3. Now Now Now - Problem (Abyss version)
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1. Q-Base - Il Sole (The Sun) (Deep mix)
2. Sasha - A Key To Heaven For A Heavenly Trance
Side 4
1. The Sky - Dreams (club version)
2. Leo Anibaldi - Elements
3. Jacy - Dance To The House

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Welcome To Paradise: Italian Dream House 90-94 Vol 3

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Safe Trip is taking one final deep dive into the warm waters of Italian dream house with Welcome To Paradise Volume 3, the concluding chapter in the label’s journey through the previously overlooked world of one of dance music’s most vibrant and influential underground movements.While the influence of dream house continues to echo through the ages, the style was at its peak between 1989 and ’94, when producers across Italy delivered a high volume of loved-up, wavy and occasionally blissful productions that fused contemporary deep house tropes – most notably from Chicago, New York and New Jersey – with elements borrowed from ambient, jazz and Balearica.It’s this six-year period that provides the focus for Welcome To Paradise Volume 3, which draws together a spine-tingling mixture of sought-after classics, unheralded gems and little-known delights from the original Italian dream house movement.Thrillingly, Welcome to Paradise Volume 3 co-curator Young Marco has managed to source two previously unreleased tracks during the dream house period: the gently unfurling, sunrise-friendly bliss of Jacy’s “Resounding Seashell” and a special “Longer Edit” of Neurostate’s brilliant “Dance To The House”, a track that – somewhat surprisingly – has never previously been issued on vinyl before.Elsewhere, there are plenty of treats to set the pulse racing, from the must-have deep house brilliance of Leo Anibaldi’s “Universe” – a rare foray into dream house territory from the Italian techno pioneer – and the Afro-bleep-goes-dream-house trip of Golem’s “Sun City”, to the cowbell-driven, New Jersey garage-influenced warmth of Deep Choice’s “Children Trip” and Cosmic Galaxy’s “Walkin’ On The Moon”, a Detroit techno-influenced outing with a deliciously saucer-eyed, extended ambient intro. You’ll also struggle to find a more inspired house record than Green Baize’s “Tramp Heart”, which mixes familiar dream house elements with spacey electronics and tribal chants that recall Italy’s early ‘80s Afro-cosmic scene.It all adds up to another essential selection of rich, glassy-eyed dream house treats tailor-made for sound-tracking drawn-out Adriatic sunsets, Mediterranean sunrises and loved-up parties the world over.

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Side 1
1. Jacy - Resounding Seashell
2. Optik - Illusion
3. Leo Anibaldi - Universal
Side 2
1. Green Baize - Tramp Heart
2. Deep Choice - Children Trip
3. Deep Blue - Deep Blue (The Inner Part Of Me)
Side 3
1. Cosmic Galaxy - Walkin' On The Moon
2. Golem - Sun City
Side 4
1. Lonely Dance - Sweet Pieces (alternative mix)
2. Neurostate - Dance To The House (unreleased edit)
3. Don Carlos - Ouverture

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