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Joe Bataan – One of the originators of New York Latin soul, Bataan is a self-taught musician who made the famous track “Gypsy Woman” in 1967, among his many other notable music endeavors. Call My Name marks his first new release in twenty years.

Clockwerk – Just two members from the Sandpeople collective, iAMe and Gold have pulled 18 tracks of new and unreleased material together for their Due Yesterday project, a limited release that features the intelligent lyrics and thoughtful collaborations we’ve come to expect from this pair.

Jern Eye – On his solo album Authentic Vintage, the Lunar Heights member proves he’s as adept at making music in free agent form as he is when performing mic duties within a group. He invites all who listen to bounce, rock, skate, roll, and enjoy some great hip-hop.

A Sunny Day in Glasgow – Based not in Scotland but Philadelphia, A Sunny Day in Glasgow mixes mandolins, banjos, noise, samplers, and hints of dance-pop together for a sound that’s reminiscent of both Cocteau Twins and Aphex Twin.

Samamidon – One of the newest additions to the Plug Research family, Samamidon brings his love of folk music and acoustics, quasi-G Funk keyboards, floating pianos, and a taste for unusual album names to the table, making an urban translation of the Appalachian folk sound.