Welcome to this week’s run down of physical releases shipping from the Kudos warehouse.
The Maghreban‘s latest acclaimed album Connection is finally available on vinyl. Jennifer Loveless‘ debut EP on Butter Sessions has been getting plays all around the world this summer, and it’s now on 12″. Force Placement‘s Aerobicide EP is a killer workout of afterhours acid and galaxian breakbeat;
four hypnotic bangers from Los Angeles with remix support from DJ Manny, D.I.E. and Martyn Bootyspoon.
Disco, Jazz-Funk, Soul
LBD Sounds are back with a new 12″ from their LBDISSUES series. This time they have a track taken from a sought after 7″ single by Eva Hurychova & Jan Neckar from former Czechoslovakia, originally released in 1984, professionally remastered and with additional reinterpretations & edits. Japanese Jazz trio Nautilus flip some classic tracks, such as Manhã by Azymuth, The Bottle by Gil Scott-Heron and Be Thankful For What You Got by William DeVaughn!
Habibi Funk bring us the completely unknown album, Orkos, by Salah Ragab’s Cairo Jazz Band vocalist Maha, recorded in Cairo in 1979. After her surprise debut Mam Pe’ela Su’ure, Ghana’s Frafra gospel queen Florence Adooni is back with her second single, Yinne, on Philophon.
Before Zero continue with their Akae Beka LP series. Beauty For Ashes was the best reggae album of 2014 according to iTunes and once again represents a firm statement of the uncompromising devotion to RasTafari developed over the decades by the band.
On this expanded edition of Flunk‘s Morning Star album, all of the US bonus tracks are included to the original Beatservice Records tracklisting, making it a 14 track album.
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