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Bendith - EP
Bendith
EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Aficionado)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Next up on Aficionado, is something a little bit different...Bendith are a collaborative Welsh four piece, comprising of Carwyn Ellis from Colorama (who recorded Hapus for 'nado back in 2012) and Elan, Marged and Gwilym Rhys from Plu. Following the folk-pop vein of Bendith's album released in October 2016, the EP includes 3 brand new tracks and two tracks - 'Dinas' and 'Mis Mehifin' from the self-titled album.Two of the new songs include Welsh language adaptations of old classics; 'Can Am Gariad' is a version of the Lesley Duncan tune, 'Love Song', specially requested by Aficionado Recordings' Moonboots, who obsessively collects versions of this song.'Hwiangerdd Takeda' is a version of the traditional Japanese song, 'Takeda Lullaby' and is inspired by the 1969 rendition by Akai Tori, the vocal folk group from Japan. Bookending the EP is 'Dan Glo', a lovely and mystical music-box demo instrumental.All tracks retain the stunning vocal harmonies and instrumental arrangements which have marked out Bendith as a unique and very special musical prospect.Officially AficionadoOfficially Aficionado.
Brenda Beachball Ray - Digi Drifts EP
Brenda Beachball Ray
Digi Drifts EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Aficionado)
7,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder 18.08.2017
Freshly dressed after a double helping of made to measure goodness, Aficionado size up another summer time smash for the sandal-wearing masses. Keen to capture the coastal cool of the Wirral peninsula, the label crack out the crystals and summon strange-wave sorceress Brenda Ray for another hit of her interplanetary excellence. Wandering from new age haze to celestial rays on this tripped out trio, our genre blending genius takes the fourth world into the fifth dimension of psychedelic sound.Our spiritual journey begins with the chakra cleansing 'Solartude', an out-of-body beauty which bathes us in swirling flute, dreamy chimes and shimmering tape delay before sending us off towards the Orient. Eastern tones and hushed vocals ride a glistening sequence as this flawless fusion of exotica and dub suggests a medicated Martin Denny stumbling out of Chinatown and into a humid mangrove.Next stop on the voyage of self discovery is 'Space Dustin', a lunar lullaby for lucid dreamers which sees Brenda spin Fairlight mallets, celestial keys and whispered vocals into an immersive ode to the outer rim. Floating free of space and time, perhaps you too can glimpse the excellent birds.Over on the flipside and the temperature begins to rise. 'Skip, Hop To Bop' sees Brenda dabbling with dub Techno, setting Basic Channel synths and stirring strings to a skittering rhythm. Dislocated and disoriented we descend into a strange subterranean world of Rothschild parties, Lynchian noir and muffled Techno. Surrounded by swirling voices, shuffling percussion grabs hold of you and all that remains is to sway.Officially Aficionado.
Leonardo Ceccanti / Plastic Fantastic - (It's A) Long Way
Leonardo Ceccanti / Plastic Fantastic
(It's A) Long Way
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Aficionado)
9,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
In an uncertain world, it's a comfort to know that the same sun shines over all of us. From the Levenshulme vista to the beaches of Tuscany and beyond, we all bathe in the same golden warmth. And as the summer sun begins to blaze and swelter, Aficionado return with their latest release, inviting an international cast to sooth our cares with sweet sonics. On the A-side, Italian maestro Leonardo Ceccanti takes time away from the accomplished Almunia project to deliver two different flavours of guitar led brilliance, beginning with the propulsive sound of '(It's a) Long Way'. A narcotic cocktail of Italian whizz funk and chugging coke rock, this well tuned Ferrari takes the coastal road, keeping its windswept hair in check with a designer headband and palpable determination. The guttural purr of the muscular bassline comes together with the hydraulic backbeat to power the track onwards through a chest beating rush of wild guitar solos, chanted vocals and hair-raising breakdowns, providing plenty of peak for your pound. After that palm-sweating thrill ride, 'Cosmic Summer' offers us a much needed opportunity to catch our breath and cool our heels. Condensation beads on a chilled cerveza as Leo explores a sunrise chord progression, riffing acoustic on One Dove in a beautiful blissed out state. Things take a gradual turn for the psychedelic as the haze of warming distortion and gentle backmasking give way to the cinematic splendour of Miami Vice guitar, thumping toms and a trance inducing sequence worthy of any Dusseldorf commune. Ceccanti effortlessly relocates the nebulous creations of Richard Schneider Jr and Harry Thumann to the Ibizan terraces, serving the perfect refreshment for any summer afternoon. On the flipside, Aficionado's Scandinavian connection continues as Stockholm's Beatfanatic remixes Oslo duo Plastic Fantastic, transforming the smooth funk groove of 'Here Comes The Sun' into ten minutes of all encompassing bliss. Mr Sjoberg layers the deepest chords you're ever likely to hear over the lilting wonder of live drums, rolling conga and rattling cowbell, transporting us onwards into a swirl of cascading electronics on the back of a pulsing bassline. A triumph of beauty and balance, this immersive composition reveals further intricacies on every listen so prepare to embrace the infinite. Simply put, it's the latest essential release from your favourite record label.
V.A. - Good Measure EP Part Two
V.A.
Good Measure EP Part Two
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Aficionado)
8,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Simon Peter, Simon Cotter, Murena, B&B. Aficionado enjoyed a storming start to 2017, serving up a pair of sell out EPs from either end of the Balearic shoreline - now they're back with one more for Good Measure. Teaming up with the Mancunian fashion house for a second season, this sonic selection pack is softer than velvet, smoother than silk and more durable than Moonboots' P.E. kit.
Steve Cobby & Rich Arthurs/ Penelope Antena - Bushfarmer / Tradewinds
Steve Cobby & Rich Arthurs/ Penelope Antena
Bushfarmer / Tradewinds
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Aficionado)
9,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
If this latest missive from Camp Nado is anything to go by, we're in for a scorching Summer. For the eighteenth (though mysteriously numbered 014) release on the Mancunian institution, Messers Moonboots and Boardman invite a cosmopolitan cast from France and, well, Yorkshire, to take us for a stroll through the surf. Hull's Renaissance man, Steve Cobby, takes centre stage on his label debut, collaborating with Leeds musician Rich Arthurs on the A-side epic 'Bushfarmer' before showcasing his skill at the mixing desk with a B-side remix of Penelope Antenna's sultry 'Tradewinds', which also appears in all its original glory.Stretching languorously over the whole of the A-side, 'Bushfarmer' sees the Yorkshire duo harness the power cosmic at the heart of 'Transfer Station Blue' and 'E2-E4' to perfectly soundtrack the blazing embers of the setting sun. Over the course of a totally immersive ten minutes, the track transforms from a lone guitar to a widescreen symphony of kosmische psychedelia, slowly buildingthrough nebulous FX, frazzled sequences and skittering rhythms.As we head into the second half of the opus, the guitar drops out and the track drifts along in a hazy soundscape, before taking us home with a low slung space disco groove. Epic in any sense of the word, this is one trip you can't afford to miss.Aficionado present another debutante on the B-side, enticing Balearic royalty Penelope Antenna (daughter of Isabelle) to grace the label with the siren song of 'Tradewinds'.A coastal serenade awash with lapping waves and gentle cicadas, this horizontal jam seems to float in a heat haze, swaying gently to a laid back rhythm while sweltering keys and gentle chimes suggest an endless Summer.Reaching for the factor 50, Mr Cobby tops a drum box backbeat with buttery bass and smooth keys, pushing the vocal up in the mix to serve up a flavourful portion of Summery soul food. Adding discofied guitar, jazzy organ and a killer breakbeat as the track progresses, the Fila Brazilia man ensures his remix sizzles until the last seconds.Officially Aficionado.
Stratus - Axis EP
Stratus
Axis EP
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Aficionado)
9,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After the international affair of NADO015, Moonboots' and Boardman train their gaze a little closer to home for the latest Aficionado release, welcoming the return of the majestic Stratus to the label. Back in 2013, the outfit gifted the world the sweeping beauty of the 'Spring Tide EP', a fuzzy hybrid of Dorothy Ashby, Pat Methany and Manuel Gottsching which soundtracked many a horizontal afternoon in the late Summer sun. Now Mat Antony returns to the imprint with another four tracks of intricate, immersive genius, primed to fling open the doors of perception and guide you into a brave new world. 'Axis' eases us into proceedings with the gentle cadence of languid guitar, allowing us a moment of hazy tranquility before an explosion of symphonic funk sends us spinning away into a different plane of consciousness entirely. The lost soundtrack to a peyote fuelled Sergio Leone flick, 'Axis' is a lone ranger riding an Axelrod rhythm deep into the desert while the chiming bells, choral vocals and campfire guitars swirl and eddy in the dry heat. On the A2, 'Oxwich' offers a glimpse of lush vegetation, flora and fauna in full swing in the tranquil paradise of a rich oasis. Opening with a field recording of a tropical lakeside, the track blossoms into life with rhythmic guitar, gentle percussion and a pastoral bassline, all washed through with a fuzzy psychedelia, before wavy North African melodies shimmer this way and that in the midday swelter. 'Solstice' sees Antony embracing the mellow magic of a violet dusk, taking us on a stoned journey into cinematic jazz territories with an Air of French sophistication. The relaxed charm of gentle Rhodes paints an endless horizon before the celestial keys and glittering arps scatter stars far across the heavens. 'Tisno' closes the EP out in more earthly surroundings as aquatic keys lap over organic percussion, and airy strings breeze over the thick and sticky bassline. Fragile piano chords glimmer in and out of the dubby soundscape, suggesting an emotional release finally realised by the euphoric sequence which closes the track and the EP. This is a vivid, expressionist masterpiece from Stratus, and another essential release from a flawless label.
V.A. - Good Measure EP Part 1
V.A.
Good Measure EP Part 1
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Aficionado)
8,99 €* 9,99 € -10%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves, Electronic / Dance
While the rest of the world basks in the 'Body Glo' of a dreamy label debut from Australia's Bronze Savage, Moonboots & Boardman are straight back to business, uniting a diverse cast of Mancunian talent for a four track collaboration with clothing brand Good Measure.After romancing our ears with the emotional pop of 'Delicious Crime' back on Nado 1001, Half Silk returns to Balearic base camp with the exotic exploits of 'Tsukimi', a coastal cooler for hot Summer nights. Borrowing a bustling bossa from the libraries of Japan, the mystery man canters through infectious organ licks, eleki guitars and subdued synths, darting between Surf and City Pop with a trail of tape delay in his wake.Taking the reins for the A2, King Clyde swaps the sophisticated sway of the Far East for the well-thrown shapes and vivid colours of Nigeria, packing 'Request Line' with red hot Afrobeat brilliance. As crunchy guitar and distorted organ ride punchy drums and dexterous bass, the track swaggers out of the speakers like Shaun Ryder in a dashiki, demanding complete dance floor attendance from anyone in earshot.Things take a turn for the sublime on the B1 as Dream Lovers deliver a suitably somnolent cover of the Vini Reilly masterpiece 'For Belgian Friends'. While a stripped back rhythm section keeps its hypnotic time, airy guitars and metallic keys blend the sticky heat of Thai streets with Caribbean calm, laying us softly to rest on a bed of gossamer melody.The Records We Never Made maintains that medicated pace to bring proceedings to a close with the horizontal beauty of 'On A Whispered Way', a delicate haze of melancholic downbeat for the latest night or earliest morning. The steady pulse of reverberating percussion leaves plenty of room for the gentle acoustic strum and shimmering textures which echo through the soundscape, transporting us to someplace different entirely.Officially Aficionado.
Bronze Savage - EP
Bronze Savage
EP
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Aficionado)
9,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Arriving at their 20th release in typically eclectic fashion, Nado turn from a laidback Luke to a Tasmanian devil, summoning synth mystic Bronze Savage to bring his unique electronics to their unstoppable imprint.Hailing from Hobart's piers rather than pavements, the Australian producer trades in a sun-bleached house sound alive with ocean spray and salty air, perfect for playing at that magic hour when the sun dips into the sea. The keen-eared may have caught Savage's collaborative cassette release with Roland Tings on Vancouver's 1080p back in 2013, but this release marks the producer's first appearance on vinyl and on his own; a testament to Moonboots' and Boardman's A&R expertise.Oceanic textures and interlocking sequences invite us into the EP opening 'Waxed Apple', combining beautifully with heat treated percussion and rolling bass to set the evening in motion. Slow, slinky but still slightly slamming, this glittering taste of Balearic house should sit very nicely next to Andras Fox and A Vision Of Panorama's additions on the imprint. The sampledelic 'Forgive Me' follows on like a poolside parley between Art Of Noise and a catatonically stoned Front 242, boasting thick bass, dreamy synths and some expert sample manipulation. Closing the A-side out in St. Tropez splendour is the simmering and sultry house of 'Body Glo', a Rousseau painted with tropical birdsong, phasing synth washes, deep house pads and the vaguest hint of digidub.Things take a turn for both the lysergic and the cosmic on the flip as Bronze Savage launches the metronomic 'Krang's Makeover' into the clear sky. Putting his own antipodean twist on the typically Scandinavian space Disco sound, the producer fuses the acidic and the aquatic via bubbling sine waves, expansive textures and a driving 303 which propels us up into the atmosphere. The world looks peaceful from way up there, and the dreamy 'Spearmint Milk' is the perfect soundtrack to our celestial explorations. Tracing a hazy shape with chimes, washes and wriggling bass, Savage brings proceedings to a close with a touch of cool and calm electronic in line with Larry Heard's majestic 'Sceneries Not Songs'.Officially Aficionado.
Quinn Lamont Luke - Temporadas
Quinn Lamont Luke
Temporadas
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Aficionado)
10,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After a spot of chronological chaos last time out, Nado regain their numerical composure with a sumptuous four tracker from New York renaissance man Quinn Lamont Luke (Bing Ji Ling)Loose and limber after a chakra aligning cover of Loose Ends for Phantom Island last summer, the Paqua frontman brings his linen suit and boat shoes to the good ship Nado, joining Moonboots and Boardman for a relaxed session of horizontal dancing. Taking a pleasant vacation from his trademark blue eyed soul, QLL packs up the mic and lets the music do the talking, treating us to a dreamy quartet of instrumental grooves.'Primavera' opens the EP with a dubby drum-box bump, getting heads nodding and shoulders rolling before white funk riffs and starry eyed strumming lead us on a stroll down the coast. After sharing a knowing glance with Paqua's 'Visitor', dreamy piano and a fuzzy guitar solo come to the fore, burning bright till long after sunset. Out of the dying embers and cicada rhythms comes the warm and comforting funk of 'Verano', a low slung disco masterpiece alive with melodic intricacy and sonic warmth - hold a loved one close and pass the joint.The drum machine returns for B-side opener 'Ontono', keeping the pace slow and low while moody synth bass and sticky guitar dance around an emotive lead line. Drinking from the same crystal as Blue Gas and Wally Badarou, this dramatic dancer should prompt smouldering stares and bitten lips all over the club.Quinn moves gracefully from the sultry to the sumptuous, bringing the curtain down with sublime, piano-led beauty of 'Invierno'. Meditative and melodic, this heart swelling serenade snatches the end-of-night crown from 'La Ritournelle' and wears it with pride.Officially Aficionado.
Imperfect Product - Solina
Imperfect Product
Solina
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Aficionado)
7,99 €* 9,99 € -20%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After closing the year with four tracks of wintery house from San Laurentino, Aficionado set their sights on the spring with their latest release, which comes courtesy of Glaswegian trio Imperfect Product.Opening with a drifting dreamscape, reminiscent but intangible (entirely fitting for a track reborn out of decade's old rehearsal tapes) 'Solina' blooms into colour and focus at the rattle and crash of a jazzy drum break. An irresistible rolling bassline carries the groove onwards and upwards, loosening your shoulders nicely before spiralling synthesisers, swaggering wah guitar and rippling piano take your breath away completely.As the fuzzy organ stabs and shimmering drones flood the soundscape, you're overcome with memories of youthful mixtapes where Innerzone Orchestra and Eddie Henderson rubbed shoulders with 'Summer Madness'. Understated but overwhelming, 'Solina's' sweltering perfection works just as well as an end of night life changer as the soundtrack to a spliff and sangria in the back garden.On the B-side, London's Les Crocodiles deconstruct the track inna dubwise style, turning up the heat for some far out Balearic beat. The head nodding rhythm holds things together perfectly while the acid-tinged rubber bassline, echo drenched middle eastern strings and psychedelic synth lines do their very best to totally blow your mind.As you head deeper into the groove, the dreamy piano of the original leads us into a euphoric breakdown before pulling us back in for more ecstatic dancing.A score of releases in and with no two records sounding the same, Aficionado continue to fly the flag for open minded music.Officially Aficionado.
San Laurentino - First Love EP
San Laurentino
First Love EP
12" | 2015 | UK | Original (Aficionado)
9,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Awaking from the dreamstate of Gryningen's hazy library inspired 10", we find Aficionado's expert selectors well rested and in the mood for a dance.Utilising their extensive network of global connections, Moonboots and Boardman enlist Hungarian producer San Laurentino to raise spirits and pulses with a deep and diverse collection of body movers.Perfectly conjuring the nostalgic melancholy its title suggests, opening track 'First Love' takes us by the hand for one last dance under the stars. Cinematic pads sweep around a snapping drum pattern as a signorina from Rimini embraces a Basildon boy, seeing out the summer season to the hair raising chords and spine tingling sequences of a San Laurentino's masterpiece.While that holiday romance might have come to an end, 'Back To The Stars' leads you off in search of new experiences. Emotive pads, undulating bass sounds and celestial keys vie for attention while the solid kick, intricate percussion and lively hats play out a swaying rhythm. Then all of a sudden the track changes tack completely, tripping out to a modular melody and sinuous techno bassline before reaching a soul soothing conclusion.On the B-side 'Long Way Home' lulls us into a false sense of security via a gentle drumbox bossa, before thick bass stabs and a tough new beat rhythm take control of our bodies. Once again San Laurentino packs the track with atmospheric chords but this time adds delicate guitars and subtle piano, balancing the steely rhythm section with deep emotional resonance.Closing the EP with unrivalled sophistication, 'Amici' sees San Laurentino drop the tempo and concoct an irresistible low slung groove before expanding our minds with wavering pads, hypnotic chimes and misty synth vox. The perfect finale to an EP certain to leave you misty eyed on the dancefloor. Officially Aficionado
Tempelhof - EP
Tempelhof
EP
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Aficionado)
9,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Those expert ears at Aficionado work their magic once again to coax two stunning sounds out of the aether and into the warmth and comfort of a 12". Harnessing the power of the international Balearic brotherhood, 'nado sought out these sublime frequencies from Italian sorcerers Tempelhof and transmitted them directly into our lives.
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