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    RocketnumbernineLone Raver / Black and Blue / Steel DrummerSoul Jazz Records

    Their first single was released on Kieran Hebden (FOURTET)’s own label and Rocketnumbernine have been touring and performing alongside FOURTET since 2010.

    The meeting between Fourtet and Rocketnumbernine came from both group's connection to Steve Reid, the veteran radical drummer who recorded a number of albums on Soul Jazz.

    Rocketnumbernine have recently had live sessions on GILLES PETERSON's RADIO ONE show as well as performing at the Gilles Peterson WORLDWIDE Awards.

    The group have just returned from playing with RADIOHEAD in New York.

    This is a VERY LIMITED 12” single EP on SOUL JAZZ RECORDS.

    RocketNumberNine are London based brothers Ben (keyboards) and Tom Page (drums).

    • – Lone Raver
    • – Black and Blue
    • – Steel Drummer
    Africans With Mainframes (Hieroglyphic Being and Noleian Reusse)K.M.T.Soul Jazz Records

    "A devastating album of epic dancefloor rituals and visions from Jamal Moss (Hieroglyphic Being) and Noleian Reusse in their prized Africans With Mainframes guise, amounting to their most substantial and impressive collection." BOOMKAT

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    This album is available as a very limited 1000 double-LP (+download) and 1000- tip-on hard Japanese gatefold card style CD, digital album all designed by the artist Paolo Parisi.

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    Jamal Moss, aka Hieroglyphic Being, returns for a new second album on Soul Jazz Records, after last year’s debut The Acid Documents. this time under the name Africans with Mainframes.

    Hieroglyphic Being and fellow Chicago producer Noleian Reusse have been releasing music under the name Africans with Mainframes for over 15 years now, ever since their debut on Hieroglyphic Being’s own Mathematics Recordings label in 2005. ‘K.M.T.’ is the debut album from the group, a collage of apocalyptic Chicago acid meets industrial and transcendental post-house machine funk. 

    Both intense and unique, the album of forward-thinking, experimental, boundary-pushing Afro-futurist electronic music shows why Hieroglyphic Being is regarded as one of the most serious purveyors of experimental black music today. You can't stop the prophet!

    Born and based in Chicago, Moss’s music embodies two of the cultural foundation blocks of the city’s musical lineage; that of Chicago’s original Acid House sound (c. 1986), that of Frankie Knuckles, Phuture, Marshall Jefferson et al, alongside a rigorous experimental sound searching that taps into the cosmic musical lineage of pioneering artist Sun Ra whose Arkestra landed and was based in the city from 1946-61.

    Similarly his relationship to Chicago’s original acid house pioneers of the late 80s is no hyperbole. Originally mentored by artist/producers Adonis and Steve Pointdexter, Moss also now runs his own Mathematics label which has released music by foundation acid house pioneers Lil’ Louis, Adonis and many others. To quote Moss, ‘I am the last of the line of producers directly influenced by Ron Hardy (the pioneering acid house DJ) at the Music Box.’

    Moss grew up in the south side of Chicago. After being thrown out of the home of his adoptive parents, he then spent three years homeless living on the streets of Chicago, living a nocturnal existence as a gigolo in Chicago’s alternative clubs. He began his career as a DJ at the pioneering Liquid Love parties at Chi-town’s legendary Power House (home of Ron Hardy’s MusicBox) around 1989.

    What clearly defines Moss’s music is that while sometimes pushing the limits of sound to an ear-splitting dimension of experimentation and DIY-electronics – the music is always clearly a progression of the lineage of black music. In the words of fellow Chicagoans, The Art Ensemble of Chicago, it is simply ‘Great Black Music.’ And yet in this uniquely defined sound, Moss somehow manages to draw into this world elements of industrial music, German electronic music (Cluster, Harmonia etc), Detroit’s sci-fi techno artists (Atkins, Saunderson, Craig) and more.

    • – Anachronistic
    • – Hierachical
    • – Book Of Gatis
    • – Negroid Spinx
    • – Qustal Artifacts
    • – Naqada
    • – K.M.T.
    • – Meroitic Script
    BellNumbersSoul Jazz Records

    Amazingly sophisticated and incredibly naïve electro from UK duo Bell who are Dan Crouch and Adrian Stephens. After this debut in 2000 the group recorded a second album on Soul Jazz Records main label in 2003.

    • Bell – Potential Analogue Dependency
    • Bell – 500 Horses
    • Bell – Hotel November
    • Bell – New World Order
    • Bell – Circumstances Surrounding The Mysterious Death Of Harold Kenrick
    • Bell – Computer
    • Bell – King Monkey
    • Bell – Disco Belle
    • Bell – Dance To The Beat
    • Bell – S-Pulse
    Rekid85 Space / RetroactiveSoul Jazz Records

    Rekid is the alter-ego of Matt Edwards A/K/A Radio Slave, remixer to the stars and dance music’s man of the moment whose work with DJ Hell, Kylie Minogue (where he famously mixed Kylie with New Order’s ‘Blue Monday’), Carl Craig, Talking Heads, Gwen Stefani and even Elton John has made him currently one of the most in-demand remixers working today. Rekid is the pseudonym he uses for his more serious/underground work and "85 Space/Retrospective" are two more amazing slabs of tech/disco/slowed down house, his trademark sound as a taster for his forthcoming album ‘Made In Menorca" released later in the year on Soul Jazz Records. Last year saw the release of the debut Rekid release "Tranzit" on Soul Jazz Records (which sold out on the first day!). With numerous recording projects (Rekid, Radio Slave, Quiet Village, Mathew E, Sea Devils), Matt Edwards’ music breaks down the traditional barriers of dance music – house, broken beat, techno, electro, hip-hop, disco cut-ups – and influences from Walter Gibbons to Andy Weatherall to DJ Harvey to create a truly unique sound.

    • Rekid – 85 Space
    • Rekid – Retroactive
    Hu VibrationalHu Vibrational RemixesSoul Jazz Records

    This features three new remixes from Ammon Contact, Daedelus and Corker/Conboy. Both Ammon Contact and Daedelus are part of the burgeoning US West Coast left-field/avant Hip-Hop/Electronica community and Ammon Contact’s remix features rapper Lil Sci on vocals. This record is a perfect match of Hip-Hop with the Deep Afro- Jazz of Hu Vibrational.

    • Hu Vibrational – The Tones Of Life (Ammon Contact Remix)
    • Hu Vibrational – Sunkissed (Daedelus Remix)
    • Hu Vibrational – Friends And Gardens (Corker/conboy Remix)
    • 1. Hu Vibrational – The Tones Of Life (Ammon Contact Remix)
    • 2. Hu Vibrational – Sunkissed (Daedelus Remix)
    • 3. Hu Vibrational – Friends And Gardens (Corker/conboy Remix)
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    RekidEra EPSoul Jazz Records

    Rekid is the pseudonym of Radio Slave (Matt Edwards), one of the most in-demand remixers at the moment. Recent remixes include X-Press 2, Paul Macartney and Kylie Minogue as well as a stream of underground mixes for underground labels! He also recently appeared alongside James Murphy/DFA?s LCD Soundsystem. The EP features 'Tranzit', a dark, viscid disco dub in slow motion, alongside 'Diamond Black;' an 8 minute claustrophobic 'trip' to the twilight regions of house music.

    • Rekid – Diamond Black
    • Rekid – Tranzit
    CapracaraOpal Rush (Kit Clayton Body Mixes)Soul Jazz Records

    A killer remix of Soul Jazz's recent acid house smash by San Franciscan techno pioneer turned dirty deep south 'Crunk' style producer, KIT CLAYTON. Like Phuture meets the Ying-Yang Twins!!!

    • Capracara – Opal Rush (Body Mix)
    • Capracara – Opal Rush (Body Mix Instrumental)
    SutekhNotes From Doctor IslandSoul Jazz Records

    Since 1997, Seth Horvitz, aka Sutekh, the San Francisco based artist, has released consistently inconsistent electronic music on a wealth of international labels; Force Inc./Mille Plateaux, Soul Jazz Records, Source, Background, Plug Research, Leaf, Cytrax/Delay, Tektite, and his own Context. Manipulating and abusing computers, samplers, synthesizers, ping pong tables, and found sounds, he has created everything from minimal house and techno to dense, dissonant noise collage.

    • Sutekh – Kill The Monkey
    • Sutekh – The Diamond House
    Kit ClaytonWhen Cedars FallSoul Jazz Records

    San Francisco electronic/techno pioneer KIT CLAYTON as the first in a series of new electronica releases under the banner “MICROSOLUTIONS FOR MEGA PROBLEMS”. KIT CLAYTON has been releasing music on labels such as Mille Plateaux, Seventh City, Plug Research for the last few years as well as his own Orthlorng Musork label. He is the producer of the current left-field hip-hop faves GOLD CHAINS which is also released on his label in the US. KIT CLAYTON is at the front of a movement of “lap-top” electronic artists such as Herbert, Bola, Sutekh, Pole etc. These two tracks are firmly in the electronic dance field and have been specially recorded for Soul Jazz Records.

    • Kit Clayton – Humbaba
    • Kit Clayton – Enkidu
    SutekhTwo VireosSoul Jazz Records

    Soul Jazz's 'Microsolutions To Megaproblems' series continues with a new single from San Francisco's electronic pioneer, Sutekh. Manipulating and abusing computers, samplers, synthesizers, various acoustic instruments, and found sounds, he has created everything from deep, minimal house and techno to dense, dissonant noise collage. Sutekh?s single Two Vireos is his latest double-sider. ?Red Eye? is a sophisticated broken beat track with a vicid acid-bassline. An epic arrangement with a nod to the old Detroit masters. 'Black Capped', in contrast to the a-side ? returns back to the sounds of classic minimal techno, a la Underground Resistance. San Francisco-based Sutekh has released consistently inconsistent electronic music on labels such as Soul Jazz (where he features on the recent Microsolutions album)(UK), Leaf (UK), Force Inc./Mille Plateaux (Germany), Orthlorng Musork (USA), and his own Context.

    • Sutekh – Red-Eyed
    • Sutekh – Black-Capped