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Trax Records Classics: Mr. Fingers + Phuture

The invention of Acid House wasn’t coincidental, it was purposely created by the gods for us to dance our asses off. You can’t get more classic than this. Bless DJ Pierre, Trax Records and all the drugs that inspired such craziness.

Phuture Acid Tracks Vinyl 12″
Phuture Acid Tracks Vinyl 12"


Larry Heard’s timeless cut that could be one of the most beautiful house tracks songs ever created. The simplicity lets it breath and the soul lets it shout from the mountain tops. If you don’t own this and play ‘deep house’ you better reconsider life.


Mr. Fingers The Complete Can You Feel It Vinyl 12″
Mr. Fingers The Complete Can You Feel It Vinyl 12"

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C418 Minecraft Volume Alpha Green Vinyl LP w/ 3D Lenticular Cover

C418 Minecraft Volume Alpha Green Vinyl LP w/ 3D Lenticular Cover
C418 Minecraft Volume Alpha (Lenticular Cover, Green Vinyl) Vinyl LP

It took a few years but the beautiful soundtrack to the incredibly successful video game Minecraft is now available on vinyl! For those that haven’t spent a third of their free time living in the open world, the soundtrack was created by electronic/ambient producer C418. This special, limited edition pressing comes on transparent vinyl and is housed in a 3D lenticular covered jacket.

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Sweet Hawaiian Soul: Mike Lundy 45s

Mike Lundy Nothin Like Dat Funky Funky Music / Round And Around Vinyl 7″
Mike Lundy Nothin Like Dat Funky Funky Music / Round And Around Vinyl 7"

Mike Lundy The Rhythm Of Life / Tropic Lightning Vinyl 7″
Mike Lundy The Rhythm Of Life / Tropic Lightning Vinyl 7"

Blog turned music label Aloha Got Soul is treating the world to some rare finds from Mike Lundy. Two singles leading up to the official reissue of the holy grail full length, The Rhythm Of Life. Each 45 is pure island soul perfection. They come housed in hand stamped sleeves with fauxto (yeah) post card.

The Rhythm Of Life

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Stretch and Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives

Stretch and Bobbito Radio That Changed Lives

For anyone that lived in New York in the 90s your Thursday nights were pretty much a wrap. Yes there might have been a thousand things to do that night, but if you were a Hip Hop head your night was spent tuning into WKCR 89tec9, jamming to the best in underground rap with Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito. The show broke tons of multi platinum artists from Nas, Jay Z, Wu Tang, to the late / great Notorious BIG and Big Pun. It was THE show, hands down. Hip Hop radio hasn’t been the same since.

We caught the first ever screening of Stretch and Bobbito’s Radio That Changed Lives documentary last Sunday in Central Park and can fully vouch for how essential this film is. While they are starting to do screenings around NY and some upcoming film festivals, they still need help to give this project the push it deserves to reach a wider audience. There is 24 days left on their Kickstarter campaign and it would be great to give some help.

Watch the campaign video above and get more information about backer rewards and more here.

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