The OST, to quote John Balance’s interview for Compulsion Online, “is [a] slightly new agey, progressive house type thing”.
Another way to approach it is as a delightful collection of balearic beats, smoking jazz not far removed from Badalamenti’s work with David Lynch, somewhat of an ambient house album for your home listening and early morning sunrise dances, Coil style.
Taken from the original masters provided by Danny Hyde, “The Gay Man’s Guide To Safer Sex” features a new sexy edit of the main theme. Bonuses “Nasa-Arab” and “Omlagus Garfungiloops” are taken from the 1992 CD only “Stolen And Contaminated Songs”, both being original versions of the
radically reworked (for the OST) “Nasa-Arab 2” and “Exploding Frogs” in order to balance the whole album and extend the listening pleasure.
A1. Alternative Theme From Gay Man’s Guide To Safer Sex (End Version)
A2. Exploding Frogs
A3. Nasa Arab 2
B1. Nasa Arab
B2. Omlagus Garfungiloops
B3. Theme From The Gay Man’s Guide To Safer Sex
Musique Pour La Danse will release The Gay Man’s Guide To Safer Sex on June 28th, 2019
Samba jazz funkrecordings from the startof their career.
Early demos by Brazilian group Azymuth are being released for the first time, in a new 2xLP compilation by Far Out Recordings this May.
Demos (1973-75) Volumes 1&2 collects 16-tracks by the group, with Jose Roberto Bertrami on keyboards, Ivan ‘Mamão’ Conti on drums, Alex Malheiros on bass and Ariovaldo Contesini on percussion. Recorded at Bertrami’s home studio in the Laranjeiras district of Rio de Janeiro, the music has been remastered from the original tapes.
It follows the release of Azymth drummer Ivan ‘Mamão’ Conti’s LP Poison Fruit on Far Out Recordings in January.
Listen to ‘Juntos Mais uma Vez’ below
Far Out Recordings will release Azymuth Demos (1973-75) on May 31st, 2019
Sdban records are very proud to release for the first time ever on vinyl Golden Hands’ only album released in 1978 on cassette by Moroccan label Disques Gam including the cult classic ‘Take Me Back’!
During the seventies, the Kingdom of Morocco was not spared by the rock and funk wave that went through the world. From Casablanca to Tanger, from Marrakesh to Rabat, nightclubs and other concert halls have seen a good number of small groups, more or less amateur and definitely DIY, some of which have been catapulted onto the international stage like Golden Hands. Founded in 1969 by two brothers and a friend, this cult band brought their rock and funk topped with a Moroccan sauce to Europe after having experienced success in their homeland. Sdban Records is very proud to release for the first time ever on vinyl Golden Hands’ only album released in 1978 on cassette by Moroccan label Disques Gam, including the cult classic ‘Take Me Back’.
Listen to Take Me Back below
Sdban will release s/t Golden Hands on May 10th, 2019
Marcel Dettmann, Silent Servant and Lucy have also taken on the UK techno classic.
Burial has remixed Luke Slater’s 1997 track “Love.”
The South Londoner’s version is one of eight on Love Remixes, with Marcel Dettmann (who contributes twice), Scuba, Silent Servant, Lucy and Slater himself (as The 7th Plain and Planetary Assault Systems) also featuring. It’s Burial’s first remix since his take on “Deep Summer” by Mønic in 2017.
One of Slater’s most popular tracks, “Love” featured on his second album, Freek Funk. The new EP, which is out via Slater’s Mote-Evolver label, will be available digitally and on vinyl from May 17th. The digital version includes two extra remixes by Marcel Dettmann and Scuba.
Listen to Dettmann’s “Black Gloves Remix.”
Mote-Evolver will release Love Remixes on May 17th, 2019.
Mistress 12 features completely new electro and techno endeavors, including “Technic Electric” which DVS1 included on his Fabric 96 mix. The second 12″ is a re-release of Rother’s Datapunk classic “Back Home” and comes with new vocal-centered interpretations, a never-ending acapella loop, and two club edits by DVS1.
DVS1 connected with Rother after picking “Technic Electric” and then inviting him to do his electro live show on the release night at Fabric. “Once we personally had a chance to connect, the wheels were in motion for him to send over a collection of jams and tracks that he had not shared with anyone,” DVS1 recalls. “After listening, I quickly discovered more tracks that immediately stood out to me, and I knew I had to release this on Mistress.”
Mistress Recordings will release Mistress 12 and Mistress 12.5 on April 19th, 2019
Black Flower‘s musical cross-pollination of African grooves, Ethio-oriental melodies and psychedelic dub remain on ‘Future Flora’, but there is still room for a more Western touch with Romanian and Maloya (Réunion) influences.
Receiving critical acclaim for their second album ‘Artifacts’ (2017), the Belgian quintet are pleased to announce the release of their much-anticipated third album entitled ‘Future Flora’, released 12th April via Sdban Ultra. Black Flower have received radio support from BBC Radio 6 (Gilles Peterson), BBC Radio 3 (Late Junction) and Worldwide FM.
Listen to their most recent track:
Sdban Ultra will release Future Flora on April 12th, 2019