5th September 2011 – The Zzub Chart… A different kind of Buzz!  To get your track submitted to the Zzub Chart for consideration please contact Dean Thatcher – deanthatcher25@hotmail.com

Broken Vinyl Club1 (2) THE BROKEN VINYL CLUB – ONE WAY STREET – ACID JAZZ

Debut release but as soon as the needle hits the record you think you already know it. Packed full of your favourite 60’s licks.


2 (5) JANICE GRAHAM BAND – MURDER – ACID JAZZ

Scorching debut single from top new Manchester outfit, boasting rhythms, lyrics, tunes, attitude, charm & swagger.


3 (9) GRACE JONES – HURRICANE DUB – WALL OF SOUND

An excellent version of the return to form 2008 LP with Ivor Guest at the controls.


4 (7) LOCUSSOLUS – LOCUSSOLUS REMIXES – INTERNATIONAL FEEL

Six tracks including the outstanding Lindstrom & Prins Thomas mix of “I Want It” and Andrew Weatherall’s take on Gunship.


5 (13) WE WERE PROMISED JETPACKS – MEDICINE – FAT CAT

Epic post punk power pop with substance. If The Ruts, Doves and The Vaccines got together…


6 (6) COOLRUNNINGS – FOOL MOON / RUSK – TOO PURE SINGLES CLUB

Dramatic widescreen modern psychedelics from Knoxville, Tennessee. A beat up soft top road trip.


7 (8) APPARAT – THE DEVIL’S WALK – MUTE

A stunning LP of rich sombre ethereal textures soaring above deep pools of warm bass, creating emotionally absorbing atmospherics to get lost in and vocals that are a touch Thom Yorke. It’ll blow you away.


8 (14) TROUBLE & BASS – SOUNDS OF NYC – SCION A/V

Five hot fresh cuts from The Big Apple. Includes sizzlers from Drop The Lime, Hussle Club and Kingdom.


9 (12) DELS – CAPSIZE FT. ROOTS MANUVA & JOE GODDARD – BIG DADA

Like spinning out in the crow’s nest aboard a pirate galleon on the high seas. Hold tight.


10 (10) MORTEN SORENSON – THE BURN DOWN EP – TIRK

Quality house wallowing in slightly spaced out lush deepness.


11 (NEW) MAGNUS CARLSON – FROM NOW ON – ACID JAZZ

Modern blue eyed northern soul from Sweden that pushes all the right buttons.


12(NEW) THE KENNETH BAGER EXPERIENCE – THE SOUNDS OF… –DECONSTRUCTION

The Danish pioneer returns with a pop dance bonanza, including top collaborations with Thomas Troelson, Julee Cruise and Aloe Blacc.


13 (18) MILK MAID – DEAD WRONG – SUFFERING JUKEBOX / FAT CAT

Classic 60’s pop sensibilities smothered in fuzz and we don’t give a fuck but really we do production. Excellent.


14 (19) CHANNEL CAIRO – ELEPHANT ROOM – LAISSEZFAIRE CLUB

Debut release packed with quality harmonies & melodies. This lot could be heading for very big things.


15 (NEW) MIGUEL MIGS – EVERYBODY REMIXES – OM

Evelyn Champagne King delivers a great vocal. Soul Clap and Nav Izadi both shine in the remix dept.


16 (22) RAY FOXX – THE TRUMPETER – DEFECTED

Chocolate Puma serves up pumping rhumba house with those big brass hooks on.


17 (NEW) JASMINE KARA – IN THE BASEMENT PART 1 – ACID JAZZ

Good time soulful RnB that gets the thumbs up from Marshall Chess of Chess Records.


18 (20) LUSTY ZANZIBAR – THE FEELING EP – NANG

Like driving an ice cream van around planet pastel. Max Essa delivers a nice mix of bonus cut “Yeah”.


19 (15) FOPS – FOR CENTURIES – MONOTREME

Seven track EP packed with high rise bedsit cosmic delights.


20 (25)CLOCK OPERA – LESSON No.7 – MOSHI MOSHI / ISLAND

Coming on like a 50’s teen idol befor going for the sky is the limit with driving drums, fast guitars and ascending keys.


21 (24) SPECTOR – WHAT YOU WANTED – LUV LUV LUV

Jangly sing a long typically English pop, bringing Frankie & The Heartbreakers and The Killers to mind.


22 (17) STATELESS – I’M ON FIRE EP – NINJA TUNE

A beautiful duet featuring Shara Worden, based around a gently strummed waltz, it builds and soars into an emotional rush with aplomb.


23 (27) LIZ GREEN – DISPLACEMENT SONG – PLAY IT AGAIN SAM

A delicate song that brings together traditional folk, 1930’s Berlin cabaret and 1960’s psychedelic London. Enchanting.


24 (NEW) TORO Y MOI – FREAKING OUT EP – CARPARK

Five cuts of nu jack swing disco including a cover of Cherrelle’s 1985 Jam & Lewis classic “Saturday Love”.


25 (28) TOOB – CHROMAPHON REMIXES – PROCESS

Point B and Radioactive Man both strip back the original’s intensity, working the bass and adding some nice little flourishes.