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The week’s best vinyl: soul from Hawaii, techno from Blawan, and party starters

Vinyl isn’t going anywhere.

Beloved by crate diggers and new fans alike, the tried-and-tested analogue format is here to stay, with new vinyl releases from independent labels and majors hotting the shelves of record stores across the globe each week.

Every Saturday, the team behind the counter at London’s long-running Phonica Records rifle through the racks and select five vinyl releases you shouldn’t miss.


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Tryck & Ton
Sunday Morning / She Couldn’t Dance / Æ
(Tryck & Ton)

A 12″ of slow and dirty edits from the bag of Anton Klint & Eovin Eovinsson. Limited to 300 copies.


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Alma Negra
Tabanka EP
(Sofrito)

If you need some bangers to get your party started, look no further than this triple percussive plate from Sofrito.


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Konstantin Sibold
Mutter
(Running Back)

Limited promo copies of Sibold’s techno-trance smash hit ‘Mutter’ which clocks in at over 10 mins.


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Blawan
Communicat 1022 EP
(Ternesc)

Four outstanding cuts from Blawan. No need to say more.


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Various Artists
Aloha Got Soul LP
(Strut)

Strut brings together 17 cuts from Hawaii’s soul, disco, and AOR history including the legendary ‘Kona Winds’.

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