Release Date - 8th March 2019
Classic roots selection from 1981, reissued here on Lloydie Coxsone's Tribesman label
a. Creation Stepper - Africa
b. Pebbles - We Go A Africa
Release Date 12th July 2019
Classic roots selection from 1980, reissued here on Lloydie Coxsone's Tribesman label.
a. Homeward Bound
b. Homeward Dub
Release Date - 28th June 2019
Versatile presents part one of a two-part 7 inch series featuring dub versions of selected tracks from Etienne Jaumet's latest album, "8 regards obliques", in which he gathered and covered his personal jazz favourites.
The first volume sees DJ Sotofett turn 'Unity' into a proper digi dub on the A-side, whilst on the flip I:Cube revisits Miles Davis' classic, 'In A Silent Way', turning it into a stellar 135bpm version.
a. Unity (DJ Sotofett's Unity Dub Mix)
b. In a Silent Way (I:Cube Dub)
Release Date - 12th July 2019
Dancing People is an edits label embracing sounds from around the globe, with the focus firmly on making you move. These DJ friendly cuts are ready for dancefloors far and wide, paying respect to the original versions by enhancing their energy, vibe and musicality.
Vinyl only, 300 press.
a1. Dancing People - Agboju (Nick XOA + HWRD edit)
b1. Dancing People - Lalala (Nick XOA + HWRD edit)
Release Date: 21st June 2019
Pete Herbert, Afro fusion outfit Oyobi and Neo Soul singer Andre Espeut jump on the train to the South American territories in order to meet Juan Laya & Jorge Montiel for the continuation of their latest sonic excursion: Electropical Part 2.
01. Esta Musica (feat. Andre Espeut)
02. Sabana (Pete Herbert Remix)
04. Vuelo Del Condor (Oyobi Epic Remix)
05. Semana Santa En Achaguas (feat. Andre Espeut)
Release Date - 14th June 2019
Little is known about the ensemble that is Sun Atlas. It's not certain whether you'd find them in Los Angeles, New York, Addis Ababa, Marrakesh or northern Germany. Maybe non, maybe all of the above.
Their only proof of existence is banned on this 45. Their razor-sharp mixture of afrobeat, ethiojazz, surf, cinematic soul, crime jazz & funk/hiphop breaks speaks for itself. Only on vinyl.
a. The Mystic Parade
b. Grand Theft