Stieber Twins „Twin Plastic – Raw Cut Instrumentals“
NEW 12″ – No Sleeve & Record Condition: Mint
Label: 800trak – 8008 TRAK
Style: Hip Hop, Instrumental
Back stock of the 800trak label.
IG Culture „Talkin‘ Bout Mine“
USED 12″ – Sleeve & Record Condition: Mint
Label: Kindred Spirits – KS 035
Style: Deep House
A special one sided white label release just out Kindred Spirit's dance floor deepness from the man IG Culture. Taken from his forth coming album IG Culture presents Soulful Shanghai.
David Cain „The Seasons“
USED 12Inch – Sleeve & Record Condition: Some marks (Sleeve) & Mint
Label: Trunk Records – JBH043LP
Style: Electronic, World, Nursery Rhymes
Drama Workshop. Radiophonic Music By David Cain, poetry by Ronald Duncan
This album is a “cult” classic in many ways. Always a little devil to find, I first posted it up on the Recommendations pages in 2003. This was one of three copies I’d found with Martin Green at a Tonbridge Wells record fayre in the late 1990. …
Beyond: Trunk Records
Omar Souleyman „Haflat Gharbia: The Western Concerts“
USED 2×12″ – Sleeve & Record Condition: Mint
Label: Sublime Frequencies – SF068LP
Style: Folk, World, & Country
The recordings on Haflat Gharbia – The Western Concerts, Omar Souleyman's fourth release on Sublime Frequencies, represent an hour of the best moments from the western tours between 2009 and 2011, captured in striking fidelity and intensity. Fans will recognize familiar songs, as well as previously unreleased material presented here for the first time, in what is the biggest sounding Omar record yet.
Beyond: Sublime Frequencies
FD „Two Timer (No Aass He Losin Edit)“
NEW 12″ – Sleeve & Record Condition: Mint
Label: Yore Records – YRE-008LTD
Style: Disco, House
Vinyl, 12″, Single Sided, Limited Edition, White Vinyl Pressing / 200 copies limited
Original pressed in May 2011. Now comes a special & ltd. repress on Yore Records!
„150“ copies will not be sufficient to adequately serve the Edit community. For this summer, no one will want to do without this verfilterten madness. Hallelujah. The deep red of the vinyls devours the historicity in shovel loads. Again Hallelujah. And the rough filter carries the breath of the past into the present. Perfect. We always dance counter-cyclical.