The Analog Vault duo return for another session of Analog Club, digging out records that span from molam to spiritual jazz, ambient pop to dub.
Gabor Szabo – ‘Galatea’s Guitar’ (EBALUNGA!!!)
From the album Dreams
Kelle Patterson – ‘Soul Daddy (Lady)’ (Black Jazz Records)
From the album Maiden Voyage
L.V. Johnson – ‘I Don’t Really Care’ (Everland)
From the album We Belong Together
Roland Haynes – ‘Second Wave’ (Black Jazz Records)
From the album Second Wave
Doug Carn – ‘Down Deep’ (Jazz Is Dead)
From the album Jazz Is Dead Series 05
The Ensemble Al-Salaam – ‘Vibration Love Call’ (Strata-East)
From the album The Sojourner
Muriel Grossmann – ‘Chant’ (Jazzman)
From the album Elevation
Akira Miyazawa – Four Units – A1 Four Units | Le Tres Jazz Club
From the album Four Units
Meitei – ‘Man’yō’ (Kitchen. Label)
From the album Kofū
Beverly Glenn-Copeland – ‘Sunset Village’ (Transgressive Records)
From the compilation Transmissions: The Music of Beverly Glenn-Copeland
Gigi – ‘Guramayle’ (Time Capsule)
From the album Illuminated Audio
Hongthong Dao-Udon – ‘B4 Huai A-Ba-Ni-Bi’ (EM Records)
From the compilation Bump Lam Phloen: Essential Hongthong Dao-udon
Sakura – ‘Come On To My House’ (Akenaton Records)
From the compilation Singapore Nuggets, The Ladies
Tadao Sawai & Kazue Sawai & Hozan Yamamoto & Sadanori Nakamur & Tatsuro Takimoto & Takeshi Inomata – ‘Soran Bushi’ (Mr Bongo)
From the album Jazz Rock
Hareton Salvanini – ‘Com Os Raios Do Sol’ (Mad About Records)
From the album Xavana, Uma Ilha Do Amor
16. Steve Hiett – ‘Blue Beach – Welcome To Your Beach’ (Efficient Space / Be With Records)
From the album Down On The Road By The Beach
The Analog Vault, established in 2015, is an online + offline retail establishment offering a wide and tightly curated mix of vinyl records + other music & analog goods, including books relating to music and music culture.
We focus on the curation of music titles in the genres of jazz, hip hop, modern/experimental classical, electronic, world, and local music.
As such, our online store also aims to be a music discovery platform for aficionados in these genres.
Here at The Analog Vault, we would like to believe that we are purveyors of fine music, and are tremendously respectful of the artists that make good music.
We aim to introduce, to a wider audience, music that represents good artistry and finesse in execution.
We are firm champions of analog music culture, and strongly believe that listening to music on vinyl via an analog sound system is one of the best ways to experience and enjoy good music.
We aim to help further cultivate and deepen the analog music culture in Asia.
We are also passionate about helping to build, shape, and deepen the jazz, electronica, and hip hop music communities in Asia.
Finally, we believe that the act of purchasing a vinyl record is one of the best ways to demonstrate support and respect to music artists, and helps to ensure that these artists continue to make good music.