Mother Tongue is a brand new record label and vinyl pressing plant run by Patrick Gibin out of Verona Italy. They currently have a couple of great vinyl only releases out in the wild that are seriously good.
First up is Pezzate #001, four wicked disco boogie edits from Twice & Volcov. No titles or details on these, just great music that speaks for itself. If you’re a fan of Patrick’s Black Aroma series you’re going to love these. Click here to secure a copy.
The second release is shrouded in even more mystery than the first. All we have is 黒舌, I’m not sure if this is an artist name, not much to go on here. A listen to the music may well give you a clue who’s behind it, I think I know, though I won’t spoil the fun. Two tracks of groovy dancefloor goodness. Check it out at this link
Gilles Peterson has just announced a brand new label, Arc Records. The label has been set-up specifically to reissue lost gems Peterson has stumbled across during his many years as a record collector and DJ. The label’s inaugural release is this mind altering piece of music from Mexico’s Tino Contreras. The only track we have to listen to right now is stunning opener ‘Sinfonia Del Quinto Sol’, which greets us with a heady concoction of jazz and trippy psychedelia. A tune Peterson fans will recognise from his radio shows over the years. The full album is due for release in January, but until then you can pre-order at the link below.
Of all of Marc Mac’s many aliases, it’s his Nu Era guise that always gets me the most excited. He’s been releasing his unique blend of Broken Beat mixed with that warm Detroit Techno sound on and off since the mid nineties. This one is another top quality Nu Era album, edging more towards the techno side of things than some of his previous offerings. Check ‘Closer to Mars’ for my highlight pick, but the whole album is warm, fuzzy and very lovely.
This new one by Melbourne’s Jonny Faith has proved something of an earworm for me over the last few weeks. If you follow the blog’s Spotify playlist, you might recognise lead track ‘Fana’, as we featured it a few weeks back. It fetures a great vocal from Mohamed Camara giving a lovely Guinea flavour to the uptempo track. The second single, ‘Stay In Your Lane’, featuring the lazy vibes of Lady K on vocals has just been added to the preview. The whole set is set to be released on the 22nd November with a further 3 tracks still to come. You can of course preorder in the meantime from the bandcamp page at the link below
November’s show went a little something like this, full tracklisting below. Go support that good music…
Patrick Cowley – Thrill of the Hunt
Glenn Astro – Slarutan (Pristine Mix)
Al Kent – Sing a Song
Àbáse – Align (feat. Wayne Snow)
Drummotive – Cluster
Saul – Earth & Rain (feat. Poppy Ajudha)
Anthony Naples – Pinao
Hugh Masekela – Don’t Go Lose It Baby
Nelsons Of The East – Burning Palm (Fantastic Man Awakening Dub)
Trackstars – Check the Technique
Will DiMaggio – Nice Vibe At The Dance
CZ Wang, Neo Image – Just Off Wave (feat. Separated at Birth)
Photek – Glamourama
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Daniel Maunick presents “Foundations”, key and influential bruk tracks selected and mixed by Far Out’s in-house producer. Daniel, aka Venom, has been a key part of recent albums by legends Azymuth and Marcos Valle, as well as producing broken sounds under the name Viper Squad.
Obsessed by jungle in his teens, he turned his attentions to a fresh and emerging sound from West London at the turn of the millennium. Much like the jungle scene this new style was based on dirty bass, broken beats, warm Rhodes and scattered snares.
Fuelled by artists like IG Culture, Afronaught, Phil Asher and a wealth of drum and bass pioneers at the helm, this new culture fused jungle, house, soul, boogie, latin and jazz resulting in some of the most exciting and futuristic music to come out of London.
This selection features music from drum and bass protagonist’s 4hero (both Marc Mac and Dego in a variety of guises) and Sonar Circle (Domu) as well some of the scenes most important artists including IG, Jazzanova, Kaidi Tatham and the Bugz In The Attic crew.
Daniels debut solo album “Macumba Quebrada” is out now on Far Out Recordings.
Daniel Venom Maunick – Foundations (Broken Beat) Tracklist
New Sector Movements – Anthem
Dapp – First Off (Dub Version)
Dego And IG Featuring Face – Searchin’
Critical Point Featuring Vikter Duplaix – Messages (Main Mix)
Daz-I-Kue Featuring RED – Soon Come (Afronaught Remix)
Pavel Kostiuk – Starlight Express
Voom Voom – Poppen
Jazzanova Featuring Vikter Duplaix – That Night
Nepa Allstars – The Way
Champion Soul – Watcha’ Got
Neon Phusion – The Future Ain’t The Same
Cousin Cockroach – This Ain’t Tom & Jerry
Domu Featuring Face – Save It
Ibex – Oasis
Moonstarr – Gluttony
Afronaut – Transcend Me
Ayro – Let This (Original Mix)
Aquanote – Only
Vikter Duplaix – Sensuality
Da One Away – Trash Da Junk
Ian Pooley – Whatz My Number (Jazzanova Remix)
Agent K – Ladies
Moonstarr – Greed (Remix)
Vikter Duplaix – Manhood
Cold Mission – Drug Store Rudebwoy (Nu-Era Remix)
Modern Urban Jazz or Mjazz for short was originally set-up by Justice in the nineties to put out forward thinking drum n bass. The relaunched label has been releasing music of a variety of styles and tempos for a good while now.
This latest one for the most part takes in a lovely slow-mo house with a hip hop breaks kind of vibe. And then there’s the closing cut ‘Locomotives’ which ups the tempo somewhat and by all accounts is an absolute belter. Available as a 3 track 45 or 6 track digi. Hit play and thank me later…
If you missed it, take a listen over on the Noods mixcloud. These are the lovely tunes that got played…
Zann – Tatopani
Joe Armon-Jones – Icy Roads (Stacked)
Lynda Dawn – Move
Blackpocket – Wake Up Feel Good
D.K. – Going Into Trance
Primitive Source – Waaay Down
Two Thou & Dan Kinzelman – India Sci-Fi
Fantastic Man – Avocado Conception
James Massiah – Natural Born Killers (Ride for Me)
Daniel T. & DJ Duckcomb – Caribbean Son (DC Edit)
Kalbata ft. Tigris – Tamera
Dazion – Eberhardt Smurkface
Manzanem – Don’t Interupt
Lifetones – Good Side
Blackpocket – Sho U ft Fatima
Yu Su – Watermelon Woman (Francis Inferno Orchestra’s Augur Sacrifice Dub)
Come check us out this Monday lunchtime, plenty of good music to play from midday. Listen on DAB radio in the Bristol area, search for Noods on the Tunein app or on the website here