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Tim Garland’s Northern Underground Orchestra – Due North

After recent stereotypical banner headlines this week about it being “Grim Up North”, Tim Garland points the musical way with the rest of this 15-piece big band

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Nicole Willis And The Soul Investigators – Keep Reachin’ Up Remixed

If you asked if the Fly office to come up with some suitable remixers for Keep Reachin’ Up, most of the them would be on this superb album of remixes

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V/A – Secret Love 4 (Compiled by Alex Dallas & Jazzanova)

Sonar Kollektiv have a great tradition of getting the best out of a compilation and on this forbidden pleasure series of downtempo obscurica, they have truly excelled themselves

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Lack Of Afro – Press On

You’d never guess from the CD, but I suspect Lack Of Afro has more to do with hair than anything else. So what more can a boy do? Press on is the answer

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Natural Self – ‘The Love Theme’ EP

There was only one place to be this week and I didn’t make it. But there’s no time to lament that, as ‘The Love Theme’ EP is here to raise our spirits

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Benga + Coki – ‘Night’

In the underground world of dubstep, you wonder if night follows day as the bass bombs from the dark side are the lifeblood of the genre. On this new track, two experts have perfectly caught the vibe

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Elizabeth Shepherd – Besides

There was I thinking about when are we going to hear from Do Right! recently only to find this collection from our favourite lady of Canadian jazz is going to be released very soon

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Basement Jazz Sessions – Out of the Lightness, into the Dark

Out East, the Vortex swirls jazz goodness around but west London has its own pockets of perfect jazz. Our favourite is Hammersmith’s Basement Jazz Sessions. We caught up with accidental jazz entrepreneur Joel Reeves on the eve of Elan Mehler Quartet’s visit

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Prince Fatty – Survival Of The Fattest

His Royal Highness, Prince Fatty of the Fish Market and master at the Mansion of Inventions brings you a lession in obesity with a reggae rich calorie intake on the mighty debut album, Survival Of The Fattest

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Finn Peters – Su-Ling

“So, dear Jack, don’t talk through your arse.” Gerry Hectic suggests titles for Finn Peters tunes as we belatedly review his debut album

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Prince Fatty – Milk & Honey

Milk & Honey is pure 70s cool; edgy female vocals over smooth bouncy dub beats with a hint of jazz

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Graham Collier – Hoarded Dreams: Live at the Bracknell Jazz Festival 1983

UK jazz legend has produced a masterpiece in the form of Hoarded Dreams

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Graham Collier – Words and Music

Ray’s Jazz hosted a talk by one of jazz’s great composers yesterday, Mr. Graham Collier. Hectic was right at the front to make sure he didn’t miss anything

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V/A – Shapes 07:01 ‘All New Amazing Sounds’

Compiled by Tru Thoughts head honcho, Rob Luis, the CD opens marvellously with Alice Russell’s ‘Hurry on Now’ given a reggae lay-down by Boub

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The Plumstead Radical Club – The Coast Is Clear

The Plumstead Radical Club’s debut album came out late last year but now’s a good chance to catch up with it before a special gig at The Spitz on 27th February 2007

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