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The Infinity Room
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The Infinity Room (gatefold transparent red vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: ASIPV 006. Rel: 31 Oct 16
  1. Room 1
  2. Room 2
  3. Room 3
  4. Room 4
  5. Room 5
  6. Room 6
  7. Room 7
  8. Room 8
  9. Room 9
  10. Room 10
Review: After years admiring the work of 36 here on ASIP, we are pleased to announce his new concept album, titled 'The Infinity Room'.

Inspired by his home and studio, Dennis Huddleston aka 36 set out to create an album born from endless possibility. Restricting himself to a limited sound palette, he focused on exploring his own private infinity, allowing even the smallest tangents to develop in a musical multi-verse of limitless potential.

"What is just one room (my studio) becomes many rooms when working on music," Dennis explains. "From this single point, countless possibilities exist and this is where the concept for 'The Infinity Room' takes root. It's the thrill of taking a small idea from an ocean of possibilities, and watching it grow into something far grander."

"From the very first track, I made a conscious decision to restrict myself to a limited sound palette," he adds. "Each track used the same core sounds, but evolves and mutates them in subtle ways, as well as being the direct inspiration for the track that came after."

That intent is clear, with each track a different shade of what came before. Thoughtful tones with a warm, vintage brightness, develop into extended love stories and romantic journeys, speaking to the cinematic influence of pioneers like Tangerine Dream, Vangelis, Brad Fiedel, Charles Bernstein and John Carpenter.

"They were masters of creating vivid dream worlds, all of whom created the soundtracks to many of my favourite films," he admits. "In more recent times, I've grown to deeply admire producers like OPN, Disasterpeace, Boards of Canada and Sinoia Caves, and they've reinvigorated my love for 70's and 80's era electronic film music."

It all gives 'The Infinity Room' the subtle, shifting repetition that has long been a 36 hallmark; each track an ever-evolving reflection, a catalyst, another step into the inestimable.

"I just love those driving melodies that dig deep into your head and let the repetition take control, mutating and shifting on a macro level, so you only discover how much it's changed by the very end," Huddleston smiles. "I think that's what the core of my sound was always about really and it's why each track on this album uses melody as the primary focus, with the keys taking control, and the track evolving with them. Repetition... The sound of infinity."

36 has been a prolific figure in the modern ambient scene for close to a decade. Beginning with his debut and highly praised album 'Hypersona', Dennis Huddleston has been sharing his own emotive blend of electronic music through his own platforms, as well as labels such as Ultimae Records, Mystic & Quantum, and ICASEA. He also runs his own label 3six Recordings, which he describes as a love affair with the vinyl format.
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Thaw Cycle
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Thaw Cycle (limited 12" repress)
Cat: THAW 001. Rel: 29 Aug 16
  1. Thaw Cycle (6:36)
  2. Freeze Cycle (6:51)
Review: Continuing his multi-faceted adventures on his own label away from the usual Hessle Audio fun and games, Pearson Sound reaches towards his keenest party-starting instincts with this essential pair of future-minded floor quakers. "Thaw Cycle" rides atop an irresistible garage bump with plenty of alien percussion spitting at its core, while the melodic touches add a great deal of depth and mystery to the proceedings. "Freeze Cycle" meanwhile taps into Hood-inspired levels of cyclical techno minimalism to great effect, showing a different side to an ever-shapeshifting artist without losing that perfect balance of immediacy and the unexpected.
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XXXIII (12")
Cat: ALLINN 026. Rel: 24 Oct 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Old Acquaintance (7:58)
  2. Home Again (5:06)
  3. Double Wedding (8:21)
  4. Double Wedding (Altitude remix) (7:20)
We've Only Just Begun
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Cat: SSR 25. Rel: 24 Oct 16
  1. We've Only Just Begun (4:24)
  2. I'll Do Anything For You (3:07)
Hot For You (Danny Krivit edits)
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Cat: STBU 2016001. Rel: 03 Oct 16
  1. Hot For You (Danny Krivit edit) (8:58)
  2. Journey To The Light (Danny Krivit edit) (7:34)
Review: Brainstorm was the first act signed to Clarence Avart's Tabu Records, way back in 1976. By the time they released "Hot For You" in 1979, they'd already become one of the most talked-about disco-funk outfits in the United States. Here, that legendary track gets the Danny Krivit re-edit treatment, with the legendary New York DJ/producer wisely stretching out the rubbery, low-slung groove, hazy horn lines and urgent, sexually-charged vocal. On the flip, Krivit turns his attention to "Journey To The Light", the lead cut from the band's 1978 album of the same name. A far sweeter, woozier and more emotional cut than the A-side club-rocker, it's nevertheless a fine chunk of horn-heavy, synth-laden disco-funk goodness.
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Asset 005
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Asset 005 (12")
Cat: TANG 05. Rel: 24 Oct 16
  1. Shinjuku (6:24)
  2. Adverse (5:47)
  3. Contrast (5:39)
  4. Evil Funk (6:03)
Space Conquest
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Cat: BERGAMON 03. Rel: 24 Oct 16
  1. Kord (6:32)
  2. Kord (Diego Krause remix) (7:16)
  3. Air (7:57)
  4. Air (Ben Buitendijk remix) (6:16)
Can't Stop The House (reissue)
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Cat: HJA 2016001. Rel: 17 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Can't Stop The House (vocal mix) (6:29)
  2. Can't Stop The House (Basement mix) (6:28)
  3. Can't Stop The House (Steves House Of Trix mix) (6:38)
  4. Can't Stop The House (radio edit) (4:44)
Paint It Black
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Paint It Black (limited 7")
Cat: RR 001. Rel: 17 Oct 16
  1. Paint It Black (3:04)
  2. The Green Manalishi (3:02)
Elephant In My Box
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Elephant In My Box (clear vinyl 12" + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: ES 01. Rel: 17 Oct 16
  1. Elephant In My Box (6:17)
  2. POV (6:01)
  3. Spank (5:25)
Played by: Jody Barr, Kamera
COW/Chill Out, World!
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Cat: KOMPAKTCD 134 . Rel: 17 Oct 16
  1. First, Consider The Lilys
  2. Wireless MK2
  3. Siren 33 (Orphee Mirror)
  4. 4am Exhale (Chill Out, World!)
  5. 5th Dimensions
  6. Sex (Panoramic Sex Heal)
  7. 7 Oaks
  8. Just Because I Really Really Luv Ya
  9. 9 Elms Over River Eno (Channel 9)
  10. The 10 Sultans Of Rudyard (Moo Moo mix)
Review: "The idea was simply to make an ambient album", Dr Alex Paterson has said of The Orb's new album entitled Chill Out, World!. With partner in crime Thomas Fehlmann, the duo resisted looking back and studying their earlier (seminal) recordings and opted for a more spontaneous approach: a focus on where they are at today in 2016. COW is said to have been completed over the course of five sessions in only six months, between a relentless touring schedule which they also credit as being hugely influential on the album's sound. As always, strap yourself in for an immersive sound experience and possibly expect to hear some of the more courageous DJs dropping likes likes of "4am Exhale (Chill Out, World!)" or perhaps "Just Because I Really Really Luv Ya". Oh and the track titles are as baffling as ever too.
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Technics Tonearm Rest
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Technics Tonearm Rest (tonearm rest)
Cat: 227421 Rel: 25 Sep 06
Official tone arm rest replacement part for Technics turntable models SL1200 MK2/M3D
Notes: This is the genuine replacement arm rest that fits all of the Tecnhnics SL1200Mk2/SL1200M3D turntables.
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Wind Up & Squeeze Up EP
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Wind Up & Squeeze Up EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BPLTD 008. Rel: 24 Oct 16
  1. Candid (7:00)
  2. Wind Up & Squeeze (5:46)
  3. Warm Bodies (6:30)
  4. Lein (5:29)
Review: Rumah is London based producer Sean Hughes who teams up with Bristol's Progression for this fine EP on James Ruskin's esteemed Blueprint label. Starting out with the restrained fury of dynamic opener "Candid", there's no letting up on the next offering entitled "Wind Up & Squeeze" with its relentless industrial stomp supporting catchy synth stabs sure to raise some hands in the air upon arrival. On the flip, the functional cyclicality of "Warm Bodies" displays the kind of reverberated hypnotism that you could imagine Marcel Dettmann playing at 'the big house' before the duo go out all guns blazing on the grinding thrasher "Lein" which is sure to whip the crowd into a frazy.
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Played by: S-File
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Cat: LIVITY 020. Rel: 10 Oct 16
  1. Hallucinator (7:50)
  2. Sendak (7:13)
Review: Asusu is of course a founding member of Livity Sound alongside Pev and Kowton, yet we've not been graced with some material from him on the label for something approaching three years! He's not exactly been silent with Asusu setting up his own Impasse label last year, but we are always going to be happy at the sight of a new Livity 12" from the producer. "Hallucinator" is particularly impressive, with Stennet lacing woozy, psychedelic, acid-flecked motifs over a bouncy, electro-influenced techno rhythm. Flipside "Sendak" explores similar sonic territory, with droning, Eastern-influenced electronics shuffling across the sound space. This is underpinned by a dense but surprisingly fluid rhythm track, which rolls along impressively whilst emphasizing the producer's weighty kick drums, skittish snares and arms-flailing swing.
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Played by: Joe Europe, Etch, He/aT, Decka
Boogaloo Flu
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Cat: RR 004. Rel: 17 Oct 16
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Boogaloo Flu (feat Clyde Kingrap) (3:44)
  2. That'll Never Happen (feat Emskee) (3:06)
Secret Weapons Part 8
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Secret Weapons Part 8 (gatefold 4xLP)
Cat: IV 67. Rel: 10 Oct 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Yotam Avni - "Tikkun" (7:02)
  2. Ingrid Lukas - "We Are" (Manuel Tur remix 3) (6:47)
  3. Rampa - "Necessity" (7:46)
  4. Fred Und Luna - "Im Klanggarten" (Prins Thomas remix) (9:56)
  5. Mosca - "In This Life Or The Next" (6:12)
  6. Alex.Do - "Drenched" (7:35)
  7. Eagles & Butterflies - "X" (7:19)
  8. Davis - "Blind" (feat Cameo Culture) (5:53)
  9. Denis Horvat - "Momak" (8:02)
  10. Quarion - "Monolith" (6:24)
  11. Dino Lenny - "A Certain Distance" (Dixon Retouch) (7:32)
  12. Culoe De Song - "Judgement Day" (6:56)
  13. Francesco Chiocci - "Nightmares" (7:30)
Review: Since launching back in 2007, Innervisions' Secret Weapons series has been consistently impressive. Its' various EPs and compilations feature tracks that have been doing the business in the sets of label chiefs Dixon and Ame, some of which have never previously been released. Part 8 is the most expansive volume yet, with 13 tracks stretched across four weighty slabs of wax. There's naturally plenty to enjoy, from the cinematic creepiness of Mosca's "In This Life or The Next", and the dreamy, slow-building wooziness of Prins Thomas' remix of Fred Und Luna's "Im Klanggarten", to the undulating, soul-flecked goodness of "Blind" by David, and the late night, broken techno brilliance of Culoe De Song's "Judgement Day".
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Played by: Resident Advisor
Black Holes Or How We Lost Solidarity
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Cat: HINF 8678. Rel: 10 Oct 16
  1. Cry To Your Soul (5:36)
  2. Clear Eyes, Full Heart (6:17)
  3. Savvy (4:59)
  4. The Great Attractor (4:32)
Review: While Peder Mannerfelt has a history of delivering club-ready techno cuts - admittedly, mostly under the Subliminal Kid alias - his recent releases have been stoutly experimental affairs. This, though, should be considered something of a return to his bombastic dancefloor roots. Slipping out on Will Bankhead and Joy Orbison's hyped Hinge Finger imprint, the EP is chock full of rave-influenced rollers and throbbing, floor-friendly slammers. Chief amongst these is "Clear Eyes, Full Heart", a sweaty, full-body jacker blessed with creepy pads, pulsating rave bass, screeching sirens and dub-wise vocal snippets. It's utterly filthy, in the best possible way, and could well become one of the year's most ubiquitous tracks.
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Played by: Skudge, Daire Carolan
EP 5
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EP 5 (12")
Cat: ELECTRIX 008. Rel: 24 Oct 16
  1. Electric Blood Complete (5:27)
  2. Euphonious (6:05)
  3. Encroach (6:47)
  4. Radiate (6:15)
Review: Zeta Reticula is one of the many aliases used by Slovenian DJ and producer, Uros Umek. In fact, you might well know him under the latter name, simply as Umek. Zeta Reticula, however, is his vintage dub techno-electro project form the early 00s, one which he hasn't returned to the infamous Electric Records label until now. This return to the much-coveted series marks the fifth since 2003's EP 4, and it's some straight-up electro nastiness. "Electric Blood Complete" sounds like a fire alarm going off amid a laser war in an industrial power station, and "Euphonious" strays towards more harmonic pastures thanks to its sublime synth work. On the B-side, "Encroach" breaks out the dub tricks and goes for a sleeker, more contained techno approach, followed by the equally straight and mechanical, minimal house jerk of "Radiate".
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Shir Khan Presents Black Jukebox 16
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  1. Iban Montoro & Jazzman Wax - "I Believe" (7:16)
  2. Iban Montoro & Jazzman Wax - "Scorpio" (6:52)
  3. Bas Roos - "Midnight People" (5:31)
  4. G Markus - "The Man From Planet Jazz" (7:22)
Review: Shir Khan's Black Jukebox is back with its 16th edition and it's all killer no filler as we'll explain. First up the EP starts off in wicked fashion with the thumping, swing fuelled groove of Iban Montoro & Jazzman Wax's "I Believe" with its jazzy piano loops.. this one's definitely made to play! On the flip we've got the lo-slung deep groove of Dutchman Bas Roos' "Midnight People" that's just perfect for a 3 AM Chicago basement shut in or Bushwick loft party alike! Finally Soul Clap Records affiliated G Markus' "The Man From Planet Jazz" is indeed a jazzy little something, no doubt inspired by the Windy City Style.
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La Murga
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La Murga (green vinyl 7" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: MAS 013. Rel: 17 Oct 16
  1. La Murga (3:38)
  2. Sin Parar (1:45)
Karton Music Group 1
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  1. Randall M - "Duval"
  2. Scott Kemp - "Oh Yea"
  3. Fernando Costantini & Alexandar - "Delimited"
  4. Chad Andrew - "West"
Five Point After Dark
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Five Point After Dark (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NIP 01. Rel: 10 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Nuijaga (7:44)
  2. Sun La Shan (4:08)
  3. I Never Knew (5:29)
  4. Solitary Maybe (7:11)
  5. I Still Don't (Part II) (4:55)
Review: Larry De Kat seems to have grown tired of delivering material to established labels - for now, at least - so has decided to launch his own imprint, Katnip, as a vehicle for his productions. This expansive first release contains a slightly wider palette of sounds, styles and influences than we've come to expect from the Utrecht producer, though it maintains his usual dedication to dusty soul samples, jazz-flecked deep house and Andres-style grooves. So while opener "Nuijaga" is a rock solid chunk of St Germain style jazz-house, and B1 "Solitary Maybe" a similarly energy-charged deep house bumper, the rest of the EP flits between bluesy, pitched-down grooves ("Sun La Shan") and instrumental hip-hop beats (the Damn Funk-ish "I Never Knew" and deliciously dubby "I Still Don't (Part 2)".
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Muscle Groove
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Cat: PD 12002. Rel: 24 Oct 16
  1. Muscle Groove (12" Muscle version) (7:17)
  2. String Groove (7:18)
Review: Little is known about the origins of the Powerdance label, or the crew of "like-minded dance music enthusiasts" behind it. What we can say, though, is that their eponymous debut 12", released in August 2016, was something of a scorcher. This timely follow-up, containing two new studio productions, is equally as inspired. A-side "Muscle Groove" is deliciously muscular, with the mystery production outfit blending elements of Italo-disco, Hi-NRG, proto-house and string-drenched New York disco. Flip for "String Groove", where delay-laden drums and a sneaky sample from Pepe Bradock's "Deep Burnt" fire a rubbery, tops-off disco stomper. They've got the power, alright.
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Law Of Averages EP
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Cat: ABA 003. Rel: 24 Oct 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Law Of Averages (8:17)
  2. Thinking Blind (8:16)
  3. Law Of Averages (IO (Mulen) remix) (10:28)
Played by: Jaffa Surfa
Beach & Parasol
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Cat: MSDN 1206. Rel: 24 Oct 16
  1. Beach & Parasol (5:57)
  2. In The Parasol (6:26)
  3. On The Beach (5:59)
Same Speed Sambas
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Same Speed Sambas (hand-stamped 12" repress)
Cat: SASP 001. Rel: 24 Oct 16
  1. Samba Noruega (Same Speed edit) (6:08)
  2. Airbell Samba (Same Speed edit) (5:15)
Review: Same Speed: a brand new name to editing culture who've made their mission statement more than clear with these two delightfully obscure discoveries. "Samba Noruega" is a crisp pick from Norway. Laced with a jazz looseness and instrumentation, the slippery double bass provides the main focus while the horns and rhythm build up around it with magic. "Airbell Samba" comes direct from California and features insistent woodblocks, staccato piano, fuzzy guitar twangs and an evangelical chorus section. Debut don't come as strong as this very often.
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Ex Machina
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Ex Machina (hand-numbered 7" limited to 200 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: MOD 005. Rel: 24 Oct 16
  1. Machina 1.1 (3:50)
  2. Machina 1.2 (4:08)
Review: With a discography stretching back to the mid-noughties, the Revolving Eyes have been paying tribute to EBM, new beat and minimal wave long before it was fashionable to do so. It's perhaps for this reason that Ex Machina, their first single since 2007, is so hotly anticipated. The genius of both "Machina 1.1" and "Machina 1.2" lies in the Belgian duo's ability to combine authentic synthesizer and drum machine sounds, with both classic '80s alternative tropes and the hypnotic, booty-shaking fluidity of acid house. This is particularly evident on the deliciously wonky, mind-altering pump of flipside "Machina 1.2", where bubbly electronics and tweaked acid lines ride a no-nonsense drum machine groove.
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Played by: Ali Renault
From Hell With Love
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From Hell With Love (140 gram 2xLP)
Cat: LIH 016. Rel: 08 Feb 16
  1. Giovanni Damico - "The Break Down" (5:22)
  2. Marcel Vogel - "Come On" (7:29)
  3. Borrowed Identity - "Queens Bridge" (5:50)
  4. Boogie Nite - "Funk Dr Boogie" (6:15)
  5. Tim Jules - "Slap beat" (6:17)
  6. Hoshiana Anniversary - "Duke" (4:33)
  7. Dan Shake - "To The Love" (6:16)
  8. FYI Chris - "Banana Bread" (6:54)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Marcel Vogel has decided to celebrate the first five years of his edit-heavy Lumberjacks In Hell imprint in the only way he knows how: by putting together a sumptuous double-pack stuffed with fresh new material. In keeping with the way the label has developed in recent times, the eight tracks blend the boundaries between original productions, illicit remixes and straight re-edits. There's a celebratory, life-affirming feel throughout, from the rubbery bass, D-Train synths and rolling house grooves of Giovanni Damico's "The Break Down", to the bluesy deep house brilliance of Borrowed Identity's "Queens Bridge". Highlights are plentiful elsewhere, too, from the hustlin' electrofunk-meets-disco of Vogel's own "Come On", to the killer synth solos and fuzzy bits of Tim Jules' thrilling "Slap Beat".
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Devoted EP
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Devoted EP (12")
Cat: TOYT 058. Rel: 03 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. After Hours (5:26)
  2. Radio Rahman (6:27)
  3. Devoted (7:40)
  4. Explain It (6:17)
Different Class (reissue)
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Cat: 4785288. Rel: 26 Sep 16
  1. Mis Shapes (3:45)
  2. Pencil Skirt (3:11)
  3. Common People (5:51)
  4. I Spy (5:54)
  5. Disco 2000 (4:33)
  6. Live Bed Show (3:28)
  7. Something Changed (3:21)
  8. Sorted For E's & Wizz (3:39)
  9. Feeling Called Love (5:58)
  10. Underwear (4:06)
  11. Monday Morning (4:19)
  12. Bar Italia (3:44)
Battened Ships
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MD (140 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: D3ELP 1. Rel: 17 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Wilder Penrose
  2. Key Gen
  3. Meltdown Morning
  4. Unison Dethrone
  5. Clock Division
  6. Rat Bucks
  7. Duder Edit
  8. Chitroit
  9. Rust Belt
Review: D3 Elements continues to mine the fertile soil of Midwest inspired house, techno and electro with this fantastic new album from Michael Dykehouse (sometimes found turning out experimental fare on Planet Mu and Ghostly). Here the grooves are immediate and engaging across nine tracks, from the bubbly "Meltdown Morning" to the spooked-out "Clock Division", touching on a range of styles all bound together by a commitment to classic drum machine beats and synthesiser tones. This is far from a throwback record though, instead celebrating Dykehouse's innate musicality through all manner of tempos and moods and coming out as a well-rounded long player in the process.
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Don't Go
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Don't Go (7")
Cat: DINK 005. Rel: 17 Oct 16
  1. Don't Go (feat Joe Quarteman) (4:00)
  2. Don't Go (instrumental) (4:01)
Review: Washington's Fort Knox Five have literally always been doing their thang. The quartet is made up of Sid Barcelona, Jon Horvath, Rob Myers and Steve Raskin, a collaboration of musicians who have given us a wonderful selection of music across many a genre. They've almost always appeared on their of Fort Knox label, so this new single for the Dinked imprint feels like a welcomed change in their releasing pattern. It's a one-track situation here, but "Don't Go" is a funk bomb capable of deconstructing any dancefloor form here to Detroit, and Joe Quarteman's zesty vocals are immediately hummable. Check that instrumental cut, too - pure, break joy!
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In Drum Play
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In Drum Play (2xLP)
Cat: HESLP 003. Rel: 17 Oct 16
  1. Rotor Soap (4:07)
  2. Bulb in Zinc (5:26)
  3. Mutual Exchange (2:42)
  4. More Is More To Burn (6:14)
  5. Lofty Can (4:08)
  6. Scaled Wing (2:13)
  7. One By One (5:36)
  8. Send It In (7:16)
  9. Skips Desk (6:25)
  10. DNS (5:39)
Review: Kevin McAuley is certainly affiliated with a generation of pioneering UK Bass producers who have since moved into the techno realm. With previous releases on Hemlock, Hessle Audio and Hotflush, his origins have definitely remained a strong aspect of his style ever since. On the In Drum Play LP, he can be heard dabbling in obtuse and disjointed low end theories such as on "Bulb In Zinc" or "Let It In" while there are some inventive takes on techno; such as on the dynamic opener "Rotor Soap" or the adrenalised stomper "More Is More To Burn". For us, the highlights were "One By One" (where his take on breakbeat techno would make the likes Shed or Stenny stand up and notice) and the oddball body basher "Skips Desk".
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Bland Ambition
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Cat: DTR 011 . Rel: 17 Oct 16
  1. Bland Ambition (part 1) (6:29)
  2. Bland Ambition (part 2) (6:01)
  3. Bland Ambition (part 3) (6:01)
  4. Bland Ambition (part 4) (6:05)
Review: According to UK techno legend Anthony Child himself, The Bland Ambition EP draws on techniques and inspiration from his live creative processes over the last year and a half. A gradual process of evolution over the 24 years that he has been performing to a point where, as he says himself "it really can't be called Djing anymore." The raw essence of these performances are distilled into these four executions of sheer naked aggression. Released on Dynamic Tension, an outlet devoted entirely to Child's work under the Surgeon moniker, unlike his more well known Counterbalance imprint.
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Run River (The Ray Mang Versions)
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Run River (The Ray Mang Versions) (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: REG 017. Rel: 03 Oct 16
  1. Run River (Ray Mangs extended vocal version)
  2. Run River (Ray Mangs instrumental version)
  3. Run River (Ray Mangs radio version)
Review: Having previously worked with Zero 7 and Nightmares on Wax before embarking on a solo career a few years back, Mozez (AKA soul singer/songwriter Osmond Wright) is no newcomer. The Ray Mang-produced "Run River" first appeared on last year's Wings full-length, and here makes it to wax for the first time. Sitting somewhere between early Freeez and Odyssey, Mang's extended vocal version is something of a soulful, soft-spun disco-funk treat. As we've come to expect from Mang, it's musically rich and impeccably played, with the live instrumentation providing a deliciously organic feel. This can be heard more clearly on the excellent flipside Instrumental.
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Cat: ARTKL 025. Rel: 17 Oct 16
Deep Dubstep
  1. Battlefield (5:39)
  2. Zbantu Shake (4:09)
Review: Hello is the serious burns unit? Yes it's Juno Records here, we've been in direct contact with J Kenzo's latest Artikal 12" and have lost several layers of skin. Get an ambulance right away you say? Just after we've listened to this a few more times... "Battlefield" twitches a ruddy sub that bounces around beneath big system horns and a strident energetic drum groove. "Zbantu Shake" is a much more stripped back stepper that's all wooden kicks, trippy flute flurries and ladles of thick treacle subs. Soundboy killing material.
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Return Of The Emissary
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Return Of The Emissary (transparent blue vinyl 12")
Cat: AUX 015. Rel: 24 Oct 16
  1. Zoning (6:53)
  2. Fenris (6:57)
  3. Inverse Ratio (8:05)
  4. Night Clouds (5:21)
Ion Ludwig Interpretations
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Ion Ludwig Interpretations (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: EQV 04. Rel: 10 Oct 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. I (11:28)
  2. II (7:03)
  3. III (9:17)
Review: Four years on from the release of Glacial's debut album - a favourite of Ricardo Villalobos, who clearly appreciated its blend of electronic minimalism, dub and woodwind instruments - co-producer George Laimos has decided to get some remixes done. This time round, he's turned to Dutchman Ion Ludwig, who delivers a trio of long, winding interpretations. A-side "I" is a 12-minute exploration of intertwining saxophone solos, clarinet lines, and jazzy textures, underpinned by a sparse but solid techno groove. He explores Glacial's dub influences a little more on the darker, chunkier "II", before rounding things off with the smoky saxophones, sustained note chords and hypnotic grooves of "III".
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CHPTR 004 (12")
Cat: CHPTR 004. Rel: 17 Oct 16
  1. CHPTR X (9:18)
  2. CHPTR XI (7:47)
  3. CHPTR XII (7:14)
Ain't Got No Time
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Ain't Got No Time (12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: BLAMED 001. Rel: 10 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Ain't Got No Time (7:11)
  2. OTown (8:24)
  3. Ain't Got No Time (Japan Blues remix) (5:24)
  4. OTown (Japan Blues remangle) (4:11)
Review: The inaugural release on Pietro bh's Place To Blame imprint comes from Offenbach-based oddball DJ Slyngshot. The Yappin Records' founder's slim discography is full of curious, off-kilter gems, and this 12" is no different. Interestingly, his original versions are tucked away on the flip, though both "OTown" (a loopy, dusty, organ-heavy jazz-house/MPC hip-hop hybrid) and "Ain't Got No Time" (a tougher, more locked-in jazz-house groover) are impressive. The A-side is instead taken up by Japan Blues re-makes of the same tracks. The Berceuse Heroique championed producer teases out the head-nodding aspects of "OTown" whilst adding some distorted low-end grunt, before delivering a wonky, surging, synth-laden re-shape of "Ain't Got No Time".
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Played by: Zenner, Cottam
Interstellar Love
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Cat: RHER 001. Rel: 17 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Interstellar Love (Reviveher Outta Space mix) (7:04)
  2. Interstellar Love (Young Marcos Trybal Dubb) (7:03)
  3. OK (3:15)
  4. OK (Rub N Tug Acid Bath Time Jammy) (7:47)
Review: London party crew Reviveher has pulled out all the stops on this debut label release. While Sultan Shakes - amusingly described in the accompanying press blurb as a "space-travelling lothario with a towering falsetto" - is a fresh-faced debutant, there's years of experience amongst the chosen remixers. The Reviveher crew kicks things off with a spacey, synth-boogie-meets-deep house style interpretation of "Interstellar Love", before Young Marco steals the show with a rework of the same track that sits somewhere between extra-percussive dub disco, and the new age-tinged deep house he's become famous for. On the flip, the drowsy, Balearic synth-pop of "OK" is given the once over by Rub 'N' Tug, who turn it into a trippy chunk of sparse, otherworldly house music.
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Prescription Underground EP
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Prescription Underground EP (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: RHRSS 20XXX. Rel: 26 Sep 16
Deep House
  1. It's The Choice (dub) (6:11)
  2. Morning Factory (10:46)
Who Loves You
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Who Loves You (limited 12")
Cat: ZEN 12440. Rel: 10 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Who Loves You? (8:14)
  2. Together (7:13)
Review: The mysterious Romare has been revealed as Archie Fairhurst, a London based DJ and producer who has presented some fine recordings on the highly respected Ninja Tune such as last years Projections EP. On the A side track "Who Loves You", Fairhurst goes for some lush deep house flavour, covered in just the right amount of dust and injected with the right amount of groove beneath some trippy and near psychedelic use of vocal sampling. On the flip, "Together" goes for some groovy soul funk flavour from the seventies, truly getting you stoned into the groove with its hypnotic loops filled with acoustic thump, woozy organs and yet more dope MPC sampling.
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Shure M44G Club/Party Cartridge & Stylus
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Cat: 223430 Rel: 19 Jun 06
Notes: Revived exactly the same as the original, this companion to the M44-7 provides an ideal balance between skip resistance and accuracy of sound reproduction for entertainment purposes.

The M44G is a versatile performance needle, appropriate for both intensive scratching and mixing.
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