New In / Backcatalog
- Roots House & US Garage
- Bass Music
- Disco / Leftfield / Re-edit
- Deep Techno
- Nu Jazz / Broken
- Reggae / Jazz / Afro
- Classic House Reissue
- Classic Techno Reissue
- Detroit & Chicago House
- Tripped house / Minimal
Ops we forgot to put these online , just so shop customers dont get all the fun here is a few copies only...Porridge Bullet back with some Afro heat! Touched up with a little modern spice - One per customer - pls DONT ORDER ON ITS own , cheers! One per customer
Greensleeves picture sleeve 7" issue of this classic reggae cut - Augustus Pablo produced with his King David's Melody instrumental rub on the flip
Everything on this label has been impressive and interesting - carving its own sound (Washington based label apparently) "‘Expanding on his signature mix of traditional Ethiopian music and modern hardware, with subtle nods to hip-hop and UK garage, all worked into something wholly different." is what they say but the deepest of the sound gives more than that
Killer dub comp focussing on the songs made for the Black Solidarity label by Scientist out of Tuff Gong - the studio mostly associated with Bob Marley
Back in.. A bestseller here for sure....Eagerly awaited and rare afro disco issue brought to us by BBE Africa! Two extra rare 12" / LP's put together for this choice double vinyl package - Secret gems from the Sadar Bahar dj school - Essential. Limited low price on this batch.
A killer unreleased track recorded for Jammy by the veteran Michael Rose the exceptional melody sense with tough yet sexy voice on remake of the ever glorious Yabby You's "King Pharaoh's Plague", naturally absorbs every listener from start.
Finally back around after first appearing as a limited press on RSD 2014 ‘Nothing New’ by Gil Scott-Heron is an album of stripped down vocal and piano versions of songs from his back catalogue, recorded in New York with producer Richard Russell between 2005 and 2009. After Gil passed away in 2011, Russell revisited these and this wonderful tribute was born , the LP that they set out to record in the first place.
BBE Africa presents the first of two legendary ‘lost’ albums both previously available only as rare-as-hen’s teeth private presses, from one Samuel K. Mfojo, the man known as Rim Kwaku Obeng. Serious Afro-disco heat with an amazing story behind it ,from Africa to LA to homeless in London - so look forward to the sleeve notes!!
Athens bring us another crazy rare holy grail - but quality , not just a collectors thing - uptempo funked out soul with a disco touch from Second Ressurection
Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de l'Atlantique Cotonou de Dahomey 7" Reissue .Deep seductive afrobeat out of Benin in the 60's - like it!
Tropicalia Psychedelic indeed - this label digs hard - into Brazil this time
A compilation of the finest by the late saxophone player George Adams. Get introduced into the world of avantgarde and postbop jazz..Dopeness Galore recovered recordings from Adams. All tracks were originally released on Timeless Records in the 1970’s and 1980’s
All previously unreleased 1981 dub recordings from the On U Sound camp -production by Jarrett Lloyd Vincent ,Adrian Sherwood & Neville Beckford - Dispensation Dub definitely a different flex - other sounds fusing into the dub mould here.
he 2nd in this white label GU remix series. Stripped out rewerk of Isaac Hasyes' "Moonlight Lovin'"flipped by "School Days" from Stanley Clarke, a jazz funk cut time stretched for the dancefloor
Awesome Tapes From Africa present DJ Katapila - who makes Ghana traditional music using electronic sounds instead of live percussion to create his own kind of what he calls house music. Basic jacks merged with afro rhythms!
Machine music hot off the tape from Glasgow's Green Door recording studio. Sordid Sound System has recorded and mixed the likes of Golden Teacher, The Amazing Snakeheads, Whilst etc and this debut EP is the product of late night after hours recording sessions utilising the studio's Tascam MS16 tape machine, a Korg MS10 and a rusty Roland Space Echo amongst other obscure electronic toys and gadgets. Analog exotics.
Back in...The debut album from Floating Points with a host of guest musicians and vocalists. Takes its inspiration from classical, jazz, electronic music, soul and Brazilian music as he himself has been influenced by the sounds he has been descovering
2015 Luaka Bop issues - full original LP with artwork from this amazing African electronic musician all 6 lp's in store at time of writing this - just put a couple of choice ones on website
Back in- keeps selling out fast.....Magnificent, sublimely soulful survey of the Gospel Roots label, subsidiary of the mighty TK Records at the height of the Miami Sound - Get your Gospel disco and soul sounds here , goodness for the cold nights.
Diverse 8 track afro/percussive based ep - with versions from FYI Chris & Al Dobson Jr who rough up the groove for this South London sourced collection (we think) Impressive real music - Make sure you check this
Sweet reggae hip hop joint in vocal and cool instrumental vibed mix with different tempo and styles on the Noema and NY*AK underground mixes
Historic comp of classic King Jammy produced reggae jams
The Greg Foat Group are currently the resident band at the Playboy Club, Mayfair, London. Earlier this year a couple of nights were recorded direct onto 1" analogue tape the album captures the energy and atmosphere of the group a- library-esque soundtrack-themed jazz grooves with a modal edge .Killer stuff , the first album to be recorded live at the Playboy Club for over 40 years.
Back in - Sofrito back with some new vibes....The founder member of Afro-disco legends M'Bamina wickedly go-betweening Congolese roots and swingeing techno: three boom shots of raw, virtuosic percussion, threaded with complex drum-machine programming and sparse synths.
Reissue of these rare pure soul - gospel vibed tracks on 7" on his own label - originally from 66 & 71
The next bomb for the mighty Ndagga - Mark Ernestus’ project his dub fused with the paced / percussive Senegalese rhythm - fresh and fierce!
Soul Jazz 7" dub / down beat box set for RSD
Record Store Day 2015 issued compilation - deep jazz/latin selected from the five albums that Carlos Garnett recorded for Muse Records between 1974-77 Limited 500 copies , presume will release again at some point , maybe not on double pack , not sure.