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Where You Gonna Go - Paul White - R&S

It’s not all about the hip-hop you don’t stop! White, the well-established boom bap block layer, has always been more than the sum of the breaks, and has been steadily building a new album for R&S featuring not only his delicate vocals, but also a variety of genres. This first inkling features Jamie Woon on BVs, and is a neat wistful number inflected with housey beats and delicate percussion. But check the bluesy 'Honey Cats' for a slice of b-side genius.

Cardinal - Endemic Emerald feat Darkim be Allah & Supreme - No Cure Records

Tuff like an elephant's ass, straight up solo-Wu vibes on the rhymes, great scratches from DJ Swift — East NYC dark grainy rap brilliance from both veterans and newbies. 

Ultraviolence Remixes Part 1 - Lana Del Rey - Polydor

Another album from Lana means yet another deluge of remixes to accompany? Possibly, but at least this opening selection starts with a good footing. Under the production guidance of Prins Thomas, PBR Streetgang and The Penelopes, the EP unfolds into a savvy-yet-varied platter of quality, deep/vintage house styles and classic disco/disco dub touches from the reliable Scandinavian disco champ, Prins Thomas.  

Twisted World - Joe Nebula & Rachel Wallace - Back2You

This is a summer smasher, warm with a soulful vocal to hook onto, with barely a snip of an intro to ease you in. There’s an earthy sense of natural experience pouring from this track which adds to its appeal, any bets on the old alias?