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Ingleton Falls: Champagne In Mozambique

Responsible for just a pair of confidential releases between 1993 and 1994, Ingleton Falls mainly made a mark with their now highly sought-after tape, ‘Champagne In Mozambique’ – a five-track EP that Isle Of Jura first re-released back in October last year on cassette format and have now pressed onto black plastic for the first time ever.

The Pilotwings: Les Portes Du Brionnais

After an adulterous excursion on Macadam Mambo, Lyon-based duo The Pilotwings return to BFDM with ‘Les Portes Du Brionnais’, an eleven-track debut LP exploring a wide range of styles including syncopated weed-stank grooves, zouk and Japanese exotica motifs as well as other cosmic oddities.

Mind Lotion: Altitude Attitudes

As Fantastic Man, Superconscious Records boss Mic Newman got us used to hi-NRG blends of organic, exotica-infused boogie and straight-up jacking rhythms. Under his Mind Lotion moniker, it’s a feast of chimey inflections and vaporous flute lines that unfurls, matching the intoxicating feel of the summits with the horizontal quietness of a shimmering seaway.

D.K.: Island Of Dreams

Whilst a major part of the current retro-driven house and electronica sometimes feels like losing itself in vain convolutions, D.K.’s sound certainly offers a way finer rethink of the well-tried recipes he gets to toy with.

Ptaki: Przelot

The duo blend popular Polish songs from the ’70-80s together with contemporary rhythms like the trappy hats and hipopisms of Za Daleki Sen and the result is equal in functional bizarreness to the unlikelihood of the encounter.

Steve Cobby & Trudie Dawn Smith: We Start Over

With the past years being dominated by techno and then ambient, International Feel are truly heralding the year of Balearic. Lower those tempos, widen your scope and break out the smiles.