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Aka Zed Bias. Featuring Omar, with Toddla T, Atjazz and MJ Cole mixes; plus some Mr Scruff.

Crafted, fun tropical-reggae hybrids. The LP comes with a seven, and the same album on CD.

Alice Russell, Quantic, the Hot 8 and full crew in a highly entertaining set doing over The White Stripes, Marvin, 4Hero, The Kooks, Scruff, Michael Jackson and co. (You hum it, they’ll play it.)

A warmly recommended new jazz release — an often beautiful, gently experimental collaboration between Benedic Lamdin and these two mighty modernists. (Julie was formerly a Driscoll, Brian Auger fans.)

New old Elmore Judd.

Double vinyl edition has the CD thrown in for free.

A fusion of funk, cumbia, latin, afro, hip-hop and more — featuring J-Live, Noelle (The Rebirth) and Malcolm Catto amongst the guests.

Tearing the place up with a killer mix of traditional New Orleans marching jazz fused with hip hop and funk.

N 77’s fifth album, recorded in a farmhouse in Wales in February 2006. The grooves are reminiscent of Pharoah Sanders and Horace Tapscott.

Old school hip-hop, b-boy grooves and dirty funk collide in this debut album by Stockholm wiz.

Rare groove legend gets the fat Quantic sound on this spanking album.

Tru Thoughts prodigy delivers ‘a unique record. Progressive, humourous and above all, heavy.’ (Bonobo)

The voice of the always interesting Alice Russell in diverse settings care of Bugz, Bonobo, Nostalgia 77 and more.

The label’s 100th release by the man at the middle of Tru Thoughts.