Here goes our weekly update of new bits in at Conch. Of special mention this week is the drop of reggae 7"s 12"s & LPs. Also the new Wax Poetics Magazine and the MF Doom Lunchbox, details below.
As always any feedback or suggestions of what you would like to see in this mailout is much appreciated.
Cian, Dustin, Brent, Bobby & Jim
UPCOMING : To pre-order any of these contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Various - Seven Heven (BBE)
Karlmarx - The Karl Max Project (MPM)
Africa Hitech - 93 Million Miles (3LP+MP3) (Warp)
Owiny Sigoma Band - Owiny Sigoma Band (BROWNSWOOD)
Lewis McCallum - Syntheology Sampler EP (Wonderful Noise)
Various - Starship 27: Vol.2 (Take Off) (Insect)
Jamie Woon - Lady Luck 12? & Mirrorwriting LP
Sick Team - Street Wars (JAZZY SPORT)
Mr. Lager - Kailas / Runaway (VARIOUS PRODUCTIONS)
We received a shipment of reggae this week below is a selection of some of the titles.
Million Stylez - Mind Travelling 7" (African Beat)
King Kong & Khari Kill - Such Man Say 7" (Massive B)
4th Street Orchestra - None Ah Jah Children 7" (Rama)
Chucki Star / Mr Williamz & Franz Job - Locked Down / Viva Marijuana 7" (Necessary Mayhem)
4th Street Orchestra - Hawaii 5 0 (Rama)
Don Carlos - I Love Jah / I Don't Care 10" (Negus Roots)
Frankie Wilmott - I Won't Give Up 12" (Music House)
David Jahson - People Bawling 12" (KIM)
Mickey Dread - Dread At The Controls Dubwise LP
Plus a whole load more in store...
Available on CD here & 2LP + Book Here
Far from the twin epicenters of New York and Miami, Carlos Ruiz and his Ebirac label were both feeling and generating the aftershocks of the mid-’70s salsa boom. Holed up in their own bustling Puerto Rican community center on Chicago’s west side, these third coast salseros plied their trade outside the hot lights, cutting their teeth in city parks, VFW halls, and Holiday Inn rec rooms. Nearly 50 records survive in the wake of orquestas La Justicia, La Solucion, and Tipica Leal ’79, the most impassioned, singular moments of which are compiled here.
Presented in deluxe Numero Style with a 60 page booklet accompanying the CD and a 12X12 inch, 24 page booklet in a full-sized slipcase with the LP.
Tracklist & Soundclips:
01. Ebirac All-Stars feat. La – Plena Matrimorial
02. Justicia – Stone Flower
03. Juventud Tipica ’78 – Afro Theme
04. Juventud Tipica ’78 – Ano Nuevo Y Reyes
05. Under The Sun Orchestra – Under The Sun (Instrumental)
06. La Solucion – A Bailar Son Montuno
07. Tipica Leal ’79 – Donde Estabas
08. Justicia – Alegre Hibarito
09. Justicia – Las Frutas Del Pais
10. Justicia – Guaguanco Coroco
11. Justicia – Bwana Tambula
12. La Solucion – El Gordo Y El Flaco
13. La Solucion – Mini Minoso
14. La Solucion feat. Mongo Sa – Mozambique
15. Ebirac – Ebirac Radiio Spot
Rammelzee Vs. K-Rob - Beat Bop
Released on Tartown Records in 1983, this is one of the most influential early hip hop recordings. Rammelzee was a pioneer graffiti artist, who had is own unique rapstyle. Jean-Michel Basquiat created the cover art, had a hand in producing the record, he himself a street artist with tremendous influence and legacy. The sounds and images have been borrowed, lifted, and twisted for the last 27 years. Available Here
DOOM’s own Metal Face Records here releases Operation: Doomsday as it was intended to be heard: as a special remastered and expanded two-disc set, featuring a 32-page lyric book and a complete collection of alternate versions, b-sides and instrumentals, packaged in a 7” x 8” tin lunch box. Stones Throw’s Jeff Jank, an often DOOM collaborator, and San Francisco-based artist Jason Jagel, who provided the painting for DOOM’s MM… Food album, were enlisted to create both an updated version of the album’s iconic comic-book style cover art for the box and a set of 10 Doomsday MCs trading cards (featuring DOOM, Kurious and others) especially for this release. Produced by Stones Throw Records GM and A&R Egon under the watchful eyes of DOOM himself, this is Operation: Doomsday as it was intended to be experienced. Available Here
Wax Poetics - Issue 46: George Benson
Featuring: George Benson / George Duke / Billy Cobham / Norman Connors - Available Here
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