Alton Miller – All The Little Things [SIS-AMILLER]

Sistrum welcomes music legend Alton Miller to the fold for release number thirty three. For “All The Little Things,” Alton lays it down in fine form and enlists the incomparable vocal talents of Ree to bring the soulful vibrations as only he can.

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Alton Miller – All The Little Things [SIS-AMILLER]

Alton Miller – All Things Good EP [WACH003]

When it comes to soulful house, Detroit native Alton Miller is about as ingrained as it gets. Waella’s Choice sow the seeds with ‘All Things Good’. Club music for the sensitive souls, with some arresting spoken word poetry and even a broken beat deviation. ‘All Things Good’ is the fourth release from London label Waella’s Choice.

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Alton Miller – All Things Good EP [WACH003]

Funkadelic – Reworked By Detroiters [SEW3158]

Funkadelic have created an enduring legacy, and the power of their impact is visceral in Detroit. Their records not only played with genre, but possessed a diabolical sense of humour that led to music domination by the late 70s with Parliament, Funkadelic, Parlet, Bootsy’s Rubber Band and the Brides Of Funkenstein all releasing albums the same year for two years in a row. The music itself is beyond stereotype, but equally huge is that they were a black band not allowing themselves to be limited by anyone else’s notions of who they could be, having a massive impact on the next generation of Detroit music, Detroit Techno. But more than just Techno, it is a freedom of thinking that extends beyond boxes, so we included all sorts of today’s generation of Detroit musicians and producers to show the wide range of music that was Funkadelic and how these ideas are still contemporary, they endure and inspire.

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Funkadelic – Reworked By Detroiters [SEW3158]

Alton Miller Feat. Bantu Soul – Ngizo Ku Linda [MG053]

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Recorded in South Africa and featuring on vocals South Africa’s legendary artist/ producer Bantu Soul. Ngizo Ku Linda sees Alton fusing elements of afro house, jazz, funk and his signature Detroit sound with a serious groove and lush but yet wanting vocals of Bantu Soul. The release also includes a remix from Chicago’s Abicah Soul.

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Alton Miller Feat. Bantu Soul – Ngizo Ku Linda [MG053]

VA – Music Institute 20th Anniversary Series Part 3 [NDATL/MI3.3]

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NDATL bring you the last installment of this legendary series! First up we have an unreleased verion of Alexander Robotnick “Problemes D’Amour” retouched by Detroit native Kenny Dixon Jr. Followed up by tracks from Juan Atikins, Alton Miller and Abacus.

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VA – Music Institute 20th Anniversary Series Part 3 [NDATL/MI3.3]

Alton Miller – Can’t Hide It [PCDMS025]

After last year’s Alton Miller release on ProgCity Deep, we‘re now ready for the second round with another masterpiece. “Can‘t Hide It“ in its original mix shows once again the pure and raw sounds of true House music, just how it was made back in the days. And if this is not enough already we’ve got a wonderful package of remixes, with Tony Lionni, Matthias Vogt and Paskal.

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Alton Miller – Can’t Hide It [PCDMS025]