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Behringer Ultrazone ZMX2600 Professional Stereo 2 Input 6 Bus Zone Mixer
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Cat: 643354 Rel: 27 Mar 17
 
Flexible & easy-to-use stereo zone mixer for commercial sound systems & fixed installation applications
Notes: A professional dual-input, stereo zone mixer designed specifically for fixed installations, the rack-mountable ULTRAZONE ZMX2600 can distribute your music programming and announcements to up to six zones (rooms). Typical applications include restaurants, office spaces, health clubs and houses of worship, just to name a few.

Applications:

The ZMX2600 lets you take up to 2 stereo input signals and route them to any, or all of 6 destinations. Maybe you want to play stereo music for clients waiting in the lobby of your office complex and page people in the work area. Another example might be the small church that wants to play soft music in the foyer, mic the preacher in the sanctuary, then send the sermon and music to the nursery. These are all perfect applications for the ZMX2600 - two sound sources, multiple zones, total flexibility!

Here are some examples of the ZMX2600 mixer in action - let's say you own a restaurant and want to:

- Play the audio from the televised game in the bar
- Play background music in the lobby/waiting area and page patrons

The ULTRAZONE ZMX2600 is the ideal way to create the perfect environment for your customers, or even for distributing music throughout your own home.

Superior Sound Quality and Value:

Thanks to its intuitive control panel, even inexperienced users will find the ZMX2600 easy to operate. Its professional features will give you total control over your sonic environment - and the ZMX2600 is ultra-affordable.
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Roland System 500 Complete Set Analog Modular Synthesizer
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 2 in stock $1,973.06
Cat: 599112 Rel: 27 Mar 17
 
Complete analog modular synthesizer in Eurorack format
Notes: Based on the legendary SYSTEM-700 and SYSTEM-100M, the SYSTEM-500 Complete Set is a fully analog modular synthesizer inspired by two of the most revered electronic instruments of all time. Made for Eurorack format, it's a complete system with multiple oscillators, filters and effects in a versatile custom case with top-quality patch cables. It's perfect for your first modular synth or as the centre-piece of an expanding Eurorack system.

Designed and built in the USA, the SYSTEM-500 Complete Set is made to exacting standards, with top-quality components and extreme attention to detail. It delivers the classic character and playability of a vintage Roland modular synth - with all the advantages of a modern instrument. And it's surprisingly affordable, turning the fantasy of finally owning one of these legendary instruments into reality.

Descended from Legends:
The SYSTEM-700 and 100M modular synthesizers were nothing short of ground-breaking in their time and are revered to this day for their classic tone and flexibility. Used by pioneering musicians on numerous landmark recordings, they combined the best of Roland's analog synthesizer technology into supremely powerful modular instruments. Sought after by synthesizer enthusiasts around the world and beloved by those lucky enough to own one of the originals, these vintage Roland instruments are almost mythical in stature. With the SYSTEM-500 Complete Set, you can now own a modern version of these coveted classics, giving you the purest vintage analog synthesizer tones imaginable.

The Gold Standard:
With two VCOs, two VCFs, two VCAs, two ADSR envelopes, two dedicated LFO sections, and a powerful effects module, the SYSTEM-500 Complete Set is highly flexible and extremely capable right out of the box. It opens up vast possibilities for musical exploration and sound design - and it sounds simply incredible. It's the sound you hear in your head when you think of big, warm, analog synth tone. You get the gold standard for oscillators combined with the sweet filters and snappy envelopes that make vintage Roland synthesizers so desirable. The extremely thoughtful array of CV/Gate connections and well-placed controls make it a joy to play and an ideal centre-piece for any modular setup.

A Modern Classic:
Beautiful, powerful - and even portable - the SYSTEM-500 Complete Set is made for Eurorack, so you can easily expand by connecting to the wide-range of available Eurorack modules. Or it can neatly integrate into your existing modular setup. Its versatile wood and metal case can sit flat or tilt, and provides plenty of clean, stable power. It blends with the classic looks of the SYSTEM-500 modules creating an elegant instrument that looks as good as it sounds. You can take the whole thing with you, or neatly stack two units to build a larger, more powerful system. With jaw-dropping sound, elegant design, and top-notch build quality, the SYSTEM-500 Complete Set is vintage Roland modular for the new golden age of synthesizers.
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Elektron PL2S Custom Fit Plastic Lid
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 2 in stock $47.78
Cat: 644153 Rel: 27 Mar 17
 
Protective lid for Analog Four, Analog Rytm, Octatrack & Machinedrum/Monomachine MKI/MKII
Notes: Hard plastic protective lid for ultimate protection. Fits Analog Four, Analog Rytm, Octatrack, Machinedrum/Monomachine MKI/MKII units.
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Elektron PSU3B Power Supply
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 2 in stock $47.78
Cat: 644154 Rel: 27 Mar 17
 
Replacement power supply for Analog Heat & Analog Drive
Notes: Power supply, compatible with the Analog Heat and Analog Drive.
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Elektron PSU2B Power Supply
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 2 in stock $47.78
Cat: 644155 Rel: 27 Mar 17
 
Replacement power supply for Octatrack, Monomachine MKII, Machinedrum UW MKII & Machinedrum MKII
Notes: The power supply is compatible with Octatrack, Monomachine MKII, Machinedrum UW MKII and Machinedrum MKII.

Please note that it is not compatible with any MM/MD MKI units.
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Elektron PSU3 Universal Switching Power Supply For Analog Four
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 2 in stock $47.78
Cat: 475225 Rel: 27 Mar 17
 
Replacement power supply for the Analog Rytm & Analog Four synthesizers
Notes: Power supply, compatible with the Analog Rytm and Analog Four.
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Project Signature Record Puck Clamp Stabiliser
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 2 in stock $77.93
Cat: 640586 Rel: 27 Mar 17
 
Heavy weight record clamp
Notes: Pro-Ject's Record Puck is a heavyweight record clamp that is compatible with almost any turntable that doesn't have a threaded spindle. It weighs approximately 1.7 lb and will help dampen vibration as well as holding your record in place on the platter. The Record Puck is made of metal with a powder coated black finish and felt on the bottom to protect your record.
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Suck UK Drum Kit Tin Cases (set of 3)
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 4 in stock $20.78
Cat: 644263 Rel: 27 Mar 17
 
Set of 3 stackable tin cases
Notes: The ideal solution to keep all your loose kit in! Whether you're getting into a tidy rhythm, or drumming up some fresh cookies, these cases are definitely on beat.

The set of three different sized tins enable you to store a wide variety of items, from building blocks to pencils and crayons. They can also be easily stacked on one another to keep your set even tidier.
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Fostex TH7 Closed Back Dynamic Headphones (black)
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 1 in stock $77.93
Cat: 637408 Rel: 27 Mar 17
 
Closed back stereo headphones
Notes: More than 20 years on from its original release, Fostex present the very latest incarnation of their TH7 headphone, designed with the versatility to cater to both studio and lifestyle applications. The TH7's closed back design makes them perfect for tracking vocals and instruments in recording, whilst their unique tuning and great range enables an enjoyable listening experience from any portable or home audio music system.
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Wax Rax 45A 45 RPM Vinyl Record Adapter (cherry red)
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 More than 10 in stock $18.96
Cat: 639702 Rel: 27 Mar 17
 
Precision 45 adapter with custom "A" shape - red
Notes: 45s are the first releases and hits from your favourite artists. Treat your singles right with the 45A by Wax Rax. Why own hundreds of plastic inserts when this professional universal adapter is all you will ever need.

The 45A is a precision vinyl accessory. Our revolutionary shape fits your hand and the record like a glove. It's the perfect feel, weighing in at 35 grams. The 45A spins your singles in style and won't lift up when changing discs.

CNC milled to RIAA specs from solid aluminium available in seven anodized colours: Lime, Cherry, Grape, Blueberry, Gold, Black, Silver
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Wax Rax 45A 45 RPM Vinyl Record Adapter (blueberry blue)
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 More than 10 in stock $18.96
Cat: 639700 Rel: 27 Mar 17
 
Precision 45 adapter with custom "A" shape - blue
Notes: 45s are the first releases and hits from your favourite artists. Treat your singles right with the 45A by Wax Rax. Why own hundreds of plastic inserts when this professional universal adapter is all you will ever need.

The 45A is a precision vinyl accessory. Our revolutionary shape fits your hand and the record like a glove. It's the perfect feel, weighing in at 35 grams. The 45A spins your singles in style and won't lift up when changing discs.

CNC milled to RIAA specs from solid aluminium available in seven anodized colours: Lime, Cherry, Grape, Blueberry, Gold, Black, Silver
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Wax Rax 45A 45 RPM Vinyl Record Adapter (purple grape)
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Cat: 639706 Rel: 27 Mar 17
 
Precision 45 adapter with custom "A" shape - purple
Notes: 45s are the first releases and hits from your favourite artists. Treat your singles right with the 45A by Wax Rax. Why own hundreds of plastic inserts when this professional universal adapter is all you will ever need.

The 45A is a precision vinyl accessory. Our revolutionary shape fits your hand and the record like a glove. It's the perfect feel, weighing in at 35 grams. The 45A spins your singles in style and won't lift up when changing discs.

CNC milled to RIAA specs from solid aluminium available in seven anodized colours: Lime, Cherry, Grape, Blueberry, Gold, Black, Silver
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Wax Rax 45A 45 RPM Vinyl Record Adapter (lime green)
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Cat: 639698 Rel: 27 Mar 17
 
Precision 45 adaptor with custom "A" shape - green
Notes: 45s are the first releases and hits from your favourite artists. Treat your singles right with the 45A by Wax Rax. Why own hundreds of plastic inserts when this professional universal adapter is all you will ever need.

The 45A is a precision vinyl accessory. Our revolutionary shape fits your hand and the record like a glove. It's the perfect feel, weighing in at 35 grams. The 45A spins your singles in style and won't lift up when changing discs.

CNC milled to RIAA specs from solid aluminium available in seven anodized colours: Lime, Cherry, Grape, Blueberry, Gold, Black, Silver
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Wax Rax 45A 45 RPM Vinyl Record Adapter (gold)
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 More than 10 in stock $18.96
Cat: 639703 Rel: 27 Mar 17
 
Precision 45 adapter with custom "A" shape - gold
Notes: 45s are the first releases and hits from your favourite artists. Treat your singles right with the 45A by Wax Rax. Why own hundreds of plastic inserts when this professional universal adapter is all you will ever need.

The 45A is a precision vinyl accessory. Our revolutionary shape fits your hand and the record like a glove. It's the perfect feel, weighing in at 35 grams. The 45A spins your singles in style and won't lift up when changing discs.

CNC milled to RIAA specs from solid aluminium available in seven anodized colours: Lime, Cherry, Grape, Blueberry, Gold, Black, Silver
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Singles
After The Other Thing For Linda EP
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 in stock $14.03
Cat: WWW 002. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Out To The Boonies (The Zone mix) (7:43)
  2. I'll Send It (I Promise) (Bear Paw mix) (7:11)
  3. Downtown (dark mix) (6:41)
Unknown Cut
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Unknown Cut (heavyweight vinyl 12" repress)
Cat: MULENV 006. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (9:24)
  2. Track 2 (8:07)
  3. Track 3 (9:24)
Review: France's Varhat is back after some great tracks on Crocus and Aku but who can forget that killer edit of Stablo he did last year. This guy's is on a roll and one to watch, which says a lot considering the amount of talent coming of Paris at the moment. This time it's for Ukranian wunderkind Mulen's imprint and it's a as deep and as rolling as you'd expect. The whole EP is great as a whole but really shines on "Track 2 " with its pitched down acid bassline and those sweet immersive pads. "Track 3" is properly deep with its smooth bassline, tight rhythm and those swirling and hypnotic synths working a treat.
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Is It All Over My Face (remastered)
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Cat: WES 22129. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Is It All Over My Face? (Female vocal) (6:54)
  2. Is It All Over My Face? (Male vocal) (9:58)
Review: There's no doubt that Loose Joints' "Is It All Over My Face" is something of a disco classic; arguably, it's one of those records that any discerning disco DJ should have in his or her collection. This reissue features both the popular "Female" and lesser-known "Male" versions - the latter blessed with arguably better percussion and thrillingly eccentric horns but worse vocals - in remastered form. The re-master only serves to highlight the quirkiness and looseness of Arthur Russell and company's playing and Steve D'Aquisto and Russell's deft production. If it's not in your collection, it should be - if only for the celebratory eccentricity of one of disco's baggiest anthems.
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What A Day
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What A Day (hand-stamped 1-sided 12" repress)
Cat: DIGWAH 01. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. What A Day (8:50)
Stick Out
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Stick Out (12" repress)
Cat: MEM 037. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Stick Out (9:08)
  2. One Case (10:20)
Eating The Other
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Eating The Other (12" repress)
Cat: EAUX 591. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Techno
  1. Pentagons
  2. Ammonia
  3. Mirror
Review: More brain-melting techno from Rrose on the producer's Eaux label - and if you take the label's other releases into account: you've been warned. "Pentagons" is a gurgling self-modulating monster of climbing tones and destroyed frequencies - think Kevin Gorman's "7am Stepper" on a brutal overdose of steroids, while "Ammonia" sees Rrose return to the Sandwell District sound we all fell in love with in 2011, only cultivated further. Completing this monolithic release is the acid-tripping "Mirror", a minimal (by Rrose standards), resonance-fuelled trip down the rabbit hole every clubber should experience every now and then. Donato Dozzy eat your heart out!
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U
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U (12" repress)
Cat: KARAT 57. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. U (5:54)
  2. Death Of A Mascot (6:20)
  3. Make Bagels Not War (6:14)
  4. Seizure Salad (6:42)
Review: For those of a certain age, the appearance of this surprise new single from micro-house and "digital disco" pioneer Akufen - his first for four years - is likely to spark involuntary weakening of the knees. You see, nobody does glitchy, funky, melodious micro-house quite as well as Marc LeClair, and this four-track missive is up there with his best work. Highlights come thick and fast, from the bustling Isolee-does-two-step bounce of "(This) Make Bagels Not War", and flourishing, jazz-flecked cheeriness of "Death of a Mascot", to the brilliant cut-up beats, manipulated sampled and vocal ticks of closer "Seizure Salad" (a track that proves that he's lost none of his ability to create great dancefloor moments via meticulously edited samples).
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H
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H (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CDA 017 . Rel: 27 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Hip (6:44)
  2. Heart (6:04)
  3. Hole (6:41)
  4. Hair (5:28)
Review: Having already dazzled with her initial appearances on ESP Institute and Born Free, Japanese artist Moko Shibata continues to flourish as a producer with this utterly essential EP on Cocktail D'Amore. As with her previous releases, the mood is one of flamboyance and inventive melodies throughout, not least on the mutant disco celebration of "Heart". There is still some tougher fare to enjoy as well, with "Hole" proving to be particularly grubby, but overall there is a distinct sense that Shibata was reaching for a more disco influenced sound on this record, but it's far from your average slice of re-edited nonsense.
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Funky Thang
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Cat: DD 010JIM. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Funk
  1. Funky Thang (Marc Hype & Naughty NMX Underground mix) (3:35)
  2. 90% Hangin' Out (Jim Sharp edit) (3:24)
The Nervous Track
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The Nervous Track (12" repress)
Cat: NE 20068. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. The Nervous Track (Ballsy mix) (6:30)
  2. The Nervous Track (Horny mix) (6:32)
  3. The Nervous Track (Yellow mix) (6:25)
  4. The Nervous Track (UN mix) (6:29)
Review: Considering this track originally surfaced back in 1993, it's staggering how up to the minute it still sounds, not to mention setting the tone for the swathes of downtempo and broken beat that would flood out from the 90s and beyond into the 21st century. You simply can't measure the influence of "The Nervous Track" with its horn blasts and limber drum roll, and it proves that MAW were never just about tough New York house bump. Take your pick from any of the mixes, they're all classics in their own individual ways, and they'll set any listener adrift on a summery haze of soulful tones and magical drum patterns.
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Shadowdrum
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Shadowdrum (12" repress)
Cat: MOUNTAIN 012. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Ishara (8:05)
  2. Kelinda (7:07)
  3. Droxine (4:17)
Phantom Delia EP
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Phantom Delia EP (12" repress)
Cat: COMEME 028. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Techno
  1. Howlin Lupus (5:12)
  2. Nilpferd (3:49)
  3. Asphalt Kobold (4:18)
  4. Mari Ori (5:03)
  5. Noya Noya (3:48)
  6. Phantom Delia (3:27)
Review: Until now, Cologne artist and selector Lena Willikens has largely been know for her Djing skills, both the range and dynamism shown when she is in a club, or the more conceptual approach taken with her Sentimental Flashbacks show for Comeme Radio. It's the Cologne label overseen by Matias Aguayo that facilitates the first tangible productions from Willikens in the shape of the dark and dystopian Phantom Delia. Produced with the assistance of Aguayo, the six tracks here are a perfect balance of the rhythmic quirkiness that seems to characterise many a Comeme release and Willikens' own grasp of the odder strains of club music. Traxx's Nation label is offered as a comparison by Comeme, and it's probably Beau Wanzer whose music is closest in spirit to the sound Willikens explores here - excellent music for those selectors that like to strange up the dancefloor.
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Expectations
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Cat: CRC 02. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Clarity (5:48)
  2. Why Look Back? (6:29)
  3. Expectations (4:32)
  4. Coast 2 Coast (7:12)
  5. Spiders (4:15)
  6. Saturn's Return (5:53)
Review: Since forming the Bermuda band last year, Aussie adventurer Harvey Sutherland has delivered a string of loose, oven-hot singles that effortlessly combine the best of boogie, soul, jazz-funk and Beatdown style deep house. With Bermuda providing live drums, keys, guitar and bass, Expectations sees Sutherland continue this fine run of form. It's a mini album chocked full of sparkling, sun-kissed cuts that defy simple categorization. For example, "Coast 2 Coast" expertly fuses a deep house aesthetic with elements of P-funk and jazz-funk, while the deep and spacey "Expectations" and "Spiders" - the latter also blessed with sublime strings - feel more horizontal and Balearic in tone. The strings return on the Metro Area-ish brilliance of "Saturn's Return", which may well be the set's most beguiling moment.
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Trak Register EP
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Trak Register EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PERP 008 . Rel: 27 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Atlantic 22 (edit) (5:31)
  2. N-Haler (9:16)
  3. Sunbelt In Asia (6:28)
  4. Central LYNK (7:16)
Review: Donnie Tempo has donned many different guises over the years, but his most notable releases have surfaced on Larry Heard's Alleviated Records and other respected outposts such as Moreaboutmusic. Now he steps up to Chicago label Perpetual Rhythms with some dazzling deep house confections that take their cue from the likes of Glenn Underground but then inject some star-gazing Detroit techno motifs into the mix for a truly soul-stirring end result. Both classically funky and future-minded in its execution, this is the kind of record that can turn heads without trying too hard to be different.
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Knoe 2/3
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Knoe 2/3 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: KNOE 2/3 . Rel: 27 Mar 17
Techno
  1. Carpet Dancer (6:43)
  2. Juxtaposition (6:50)
  3. Whatever Comes To Mind (7:18)
Review: Casey Tucker has been synonymous with Boe's sister label For Those That Knoe, making a shining example of the imprint's mission to unearth music from long-serving, overlooked talents in the field of Detroit-flavoured house and techno. On this third installment, Tucker's distinctive style positively leaps out of the speakers. "Carpet Dancer" is a ragged yet effervescent twist of plush techno melodics and spirited beat manipulation, while "Juxtaposition" maintains the sparkling synth work while bringing the drums in line. "Whatever Comes To Mind" is the deeper offering on the record, bringing balance to another fine missive from a hidden gem of an artist.
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Eventide/Ascension
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Eventide/Ascension (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LWKMUS 005 . Rel: 27 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Eventide (4:55)
  2. Eventide (Beatless) (4:36)
  3. Ascension (5:05)
  4. Ascension (Drums) (5:03)
Review: Galcher Lustwerk and Alvin Aronson turned many a head with the elegant sophistication of their collaborative album Scenes (2012-2015), which landed on Lustwerk's own label last year. Now the duo are back with more goodies from their Studio OST project, and once again the fusion between gossamer threads of melody and delicately crafted machine rhythms is evident throughout this 12". "Eventide" comes as a full blown track and a sumptuous beatless version, while "Ascension" has a dubby original and useful drums-only cut, making this record both functional and an absolute delight to listen to.
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Detroit City At Night EP
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Cat: M 045. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Techno
  1. Out Of Phase (5:09)
  2. Going In Circles (5:48)
  3. Down The Lodge (5:15)
  4. Detroit City At Night (3:17)
Review: Terrence Dixon first donned the Population One alias for Metroplex two decades ago, and has been a semi-regular contributor to Juan Aktkins' label ever since. Detroit City At Night finds him in fine form, delivering tracks that blend traditional Motor City techno tropes - hissing hi-hats, spacey electronics, and futurist intent - with warmer keys and organ stabs. Naturally, it feels like a classic Metroplex release, with cuts such as "Going In Circles" - built around spacey melody patterns and swirling, sci-fi textures - and "Down The Lodge" ticking all the right boxes. Best of all, though, is closer "Detroit City At Night", an atmospheric combination of gritty Motor City field recordings and dark, Italo-influenced techno grooves.
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Let's Talk
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Let's Talk (12")
Cat: BEGIN 08. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Let's Talk (4:48)
  2. Aight (6:20)
  3. Cut The Paste (4:56)
Review: James Holroyd's Begin project has been responsible for some of the most magical Balearic music of the last seven years. We say last seven years; Let's Talk is actually the first Begin EP since 2014. It gathers together three tracks that sit somewhere between dubbed-out re-edits and original productions. The title track sets the tone, wrapping jazzy guitar solos, becalmed piano motifs and spoken word snippets around an intoxicating, jazz-fuelled downtempo groove. "Aight" sees Horoyd getting busy with delay-laden old school house vocal snippets, woozy chords and a languid broken beat rhythm, while standout flipside "Cut The Paste" is a trippy, pitched-down chug-fest rich in ghostly chords, fuzzy synth stabs, mutilated modem noises and a druggy arpeggio style bassline.
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The Blue EP
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The Blue EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: APO 027. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Blue Grass (6:42)
  2. Kind Of Blues (6:26)
  3. Blue Stick (6:48)
Review: This collaborative 12" single brings together two veterans of the French tech-house scene, monsieurs Dan Gheancia and Chris Carrier. As a result, the quality threshold is naturally rather high. A-side "The Blue Grass" sets the tone, with Ghenacia and Carrier wrapping minor key chords and jammed-out motifs around a jazzy, brilliantly programmed tech-house rhythm. On the flip, you'll find the restless hustle of "Kind of Blues" - where looped, cyclical riffs and trippy spoken word chatter catch the ear - and the bass-heavy, driving tech-house funk of the slightly jazzy "Blue Stick". In other words, it's a rock solid collection of club-ready cuts.
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Played by: Alex Font, Fog, Mr KS
Nothing Fancy EP
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Cat: QD 03. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Lets Go All The Way (6:05)
  2. Just Be Yourself (10:08)
Review: Derry boys Queen & Disco return for a third outing on their eponymous label, serving up two gently straightened out edits tweaked for peak-time plays. On the A-side you'll find the rising strings, rich orchestration and celebratory vocals of "Let's Go All The Way", a guitar solo-laden disco bumper tailor made for party-starting fun. Arguably even better is "Just Be Yourself", a high-octane disco thumper that's a little more loopy and house-friendly in construction. It sits somewhere between the thumping loop jams of Soundstream, the riotously camp thrust of Sylvester, and the "drum machine added" edit thrills of Boogie Cafe boss man Jimmy The Twin.
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Untamed Love
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Cat: JAMWAXMAXI 08. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Classics/Ska
  1. Untamed Love (6:13)
  2. Untamed Dub (6:19)
Played by: Charles Maurice, Lexx
The Reason
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The Reason (12")
Cat: SOL 9. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Reason (7:05)
  2. Ancestors Fun (7:03)
Review: There's deep, and then there's the work of Bastian "Baaz" Volker. The German producer's work is rarely less than ultra-deep, and this return to Slices of Life - a label he last blessed four years ago - is predictably hazy and hypnotic. Title track "The Reason" is typical of his style, with becalmed, head-in-the-clouds chords and chopped-up vocal samples reclining over a crispy tech-house groove. Flipside "Ancestors Groove" is a little livelier, both rhythmically and structurally, with chiming blasts of melody and suitably soulful vocal samples riding a backing track rich in bustling bass, bumping beats and drowsy pads.
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Slam Jam Neroli Edits Vol 9 (repress)
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Cat: SJNRL 09-2. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Things (6:49)
  2. City (5:14)
  3. Supreme (5:12)
  4. Pistoleros (5:10)
  5. A Glass Of OJ (4:21)
Review: Neroli bossman Enrico Crivellaro returns with his first 12" in quite some time. As always, it's a genuine odyssey that digs deep and runs the whole groove gamut... The light-stepping slap-bass and sugar-soul harmonies of "Things", the Clausellian spirituality (and mental percussion) of "City", the blushing soul haze of "Supreme", the piano-primed Italo flourishes of "Pistoleros" and the rich upbeat soul and prominent bass runs of "A Glass Of OJ"... Slam jam, thank you ma'am.
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Panic EP (reissue)
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Cat: KTC 1002. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Get Up (5:34)
  2. Insomnia Again (4:36)
  3. Something Wrong (5:50)
  4. Love Is Over (4:58)
Review: When Kerri Chandler wrote the tracks that make up the Panic E.P way back in 1992, he was little more than an up-and-coming producer from East Orange, New Jersey. Much has changed in the quarter of a century since, but Panic remains one of the now legendary house producer's finest 12" singles. Check, for example, the snaking sax samples, thumping kick-drums and fluttering vocal samples of late night classic "Get Up", the bouncy New Jersey drums and undulating synth-bass of "Something Wrong" and the basement-bothering, disco-sampling wooziness of "Love Is Over". These are raw, stripped back house tracks from the top drawer that don't seem to have aged since the moment they first appeared in stores.
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Ametisu
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Ametisu (purple vinyl 12")
Cat: YOY 02. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Techno
  1. Eccentric Electrix (8:10)
  2. Dream Frequency (7:32)
  3. Concentration (7:33)
Review: The second 12" on Yoyaku offshoot YoY comes courtesy of Molly Oshana, a producer whose recent output has been reliably solid. Here, she sets her stall out via fine A-side "Eccentric Electrix", a metallic techno workout that offers a near perfect balance between dancefloor-focused drive, emotion-stirring melodiousness and spacey, head-in-the-clouds bliss. Over on the flip, she ratchets up the sub-bass on the tough-but-wavy "Dream Frequency", where stretched-out, sustained note chords envelop a rock solid techno groove. The dub-influenced sub-bass returns on closer "Concentration", which sounds a little like a 21st century fusion of vintage bleep techno and clanking tech-house.
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BT Express
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BT Express (12")
Cat: PP 020. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. All Aboard (5:41)
  2. Night Train To Nowhere (6:09)
Review: Melbournian DJ/producer Bell Towers is one of Public Possession's most prolific artists. This 12" is his seventh for the Munich-based stable in just under four years. It's something of a celebratory, peak-time affair, with A-side "All Aboard" offering a near perfect balance of flanged, ear-catching disco guitars, elastic live bass, DJ-friendly special effects, and a house sensibility. "Night Train To Nowhere" is a more druggy and trippy affair, with Bell Towers channeling the spirit of kraut greats Kraftwerk and Tangerine Dream on a cut that sits somewhere between Italo-disco, kosmiche, and quirky, left-of-centre house. In other words, it's another rock solid EP.
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Spooky
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Spooky (7")
Cat: SC 715. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Jazz
  1. Spooky (4:10)
  2. Hurt So Bad (3:45)
Review: A timely revisit to two of the stand out covers on Italian jazz/lounge posterboy Andrea Balducci's 2012 album Bloom. "Spooky" is a soft, sweet and succinctly measured take on Shapiro and Middlebrooks' mid 60s standard while "Hurts So Bad" is a respectful twist on Weinstein, Harshman and Randazzo's similar era classic that was made famous by Linda Ronstadt years later.
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Sold My Sylver
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Sold My Sylver (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: JOLLYJAMS 033. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Sold My Sylver (Spring Break edit) (10:22)
  2. Piano Scarf (Spring Break edit) (10:00)
Logic Systems EP
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Logic Systems EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: 89GHOST 008 . Rel: 27 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Ariel (6:22)
  2. S.C.A.M.P (4:02)
  3. Z-Plane (7:33)
  4. Ultranet (4:55)
Review: Nail's 89:Ghost label continues apace with this new wedge of goodness from Logic Systems. The self-titled EP is the first we've heard of this particular producer, although it could just as easily be an alias for the boss himself. Whoever is behind the music, they should be thoroughly pleased with themselves. The quality and imagination that has been poured into these tracks is evident from the off - "Ariel" shimmers with its plush layers of synths and understated beat, while "S.C.A.M.P" gets some even more startling keys in the mix. The story is the same across the flipside, weaving a masterful tale that adds perfectly to the 89:Ghost canon.
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Watchin' You
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Cat: ATH 044. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Soul
  1. Watchin' You (4:09)
  2. To The Sky (4:39)
Review: Little is known about Friction Band's hyper-rare 45" besides the fact it's a brilliant example of outsider, slightly experimental style of modern soul, it's passed hands for strong triple figures in recent years and it's just been injected with a whole new lease of life by Fryer. "Watchin' You" is a footloose boogie jam with unabashed use of freeform keys while "To The Sky" flips for a softer, more sentimental soul affair that's fringed by just the right amount of dreamy cosmicity. Another precision find by AOTN.
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Breeze EP
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Breeze EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BBR 13. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Acasual - "Her"
  2. Tominori Hosoya - "Thinking Of The Days"
  3. Kiddmisha & Apoena - "Dancin"
  4. Jonno & Tommo - "Mystic Feelings"
Review: The latest offering on Owen Jay's Batti Batti label features a cast of characters doing different but equally excellent things within the realm of deep house. Acasual is up first, presenting a reflective tour through lingering chords and swirling pads perfect for rainy spring days, while Tominori Hosoya goes one further with the soul-stirring ambience of "Thinking Of The Days". Kiddmisha & Apoena set light to the B-side with the restrained but utterly on-point depth charge "Dancin", and then Jonno & Tommo round the record out with the sultry "Mystic Feelings", making this a complete package of high grade house music from the heart.
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Zero Value
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Zero Value (12")
Cat: KLAKSON 026. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Electro
  1. Four Io (6:25)
  2. U Can Tell (5:48)
  3. NCSC (6:43)
  4. Shove (5:14)
Review: This 12" marks the Klakson label debut of Privacy, a Berlin-based machine freak who has previously impressed via releases on Lobster Theremin, Klasse Wrecks and Valcrond Video. Across the course of four fine tracks, the producer explores the world of electro, doffing a cap to a number of sub-genres along the way. So, while the skittish and excitable "Four Lo" sounds like a "braindance" era Rephlex throw-down, the slower, dirtier and spookier "U Can Tell" sails closer to dark electro territory. Over on the flip, "NCSC" combines punchy electro drums with the trademark arpeggio bass and spacey synthesizer melodies of Italo-disco, while the fast-paced "Shove" sounds like a long lost Dexter classic.
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Played by: PRECIOUS K
MDRNTY 002
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MDRNTY 002 (12")
Cat: MDRNTY 002. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Fiva 1 (12:53)
  2. Fiva 2 (11:01)
Review: It's been a while since Ricardo Villalobos used the Richard Wolfsdorf alias, a pseudonym he first utilized way back in 1996. In some ways, it makes sense; while the two tracks showcased on this first Wolfsdorf 12" for 11 years contain some of Villalobos's aural trademarks - the wonky, South American minimal techno rhythms, undulating basslines and attention to sonic detail - they're noticeably deeper, woozier and quirkier than many of the Chilean's productions. A-side "Fiva 1", for example, sounds like an unlikely fusion of minimal techno and Kompakt style ambient pop (a vibe emphasized by the use of Villalobos's own bizarre vocals), while "Fiva 2" is an altogether more druggy riff on the same basic idea.
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Played by: Franco Cinelli
The Sound Of A Feeling EP
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Cat: DOG 57. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Shit Wizard (6:04)
  2. We Walk To War (6:12)
  3. We Walk To War (Tee Mango remix) (6:32)
  4. The Sound Of A Feeling (8:14)
Review: Nottingham based Ron Basejam is the anagrammed alter-ego of Crazy P co-founder James Baron who creates music with feelings on labels such as Futureboogie and Wolf Music and now for Freerange sister label Delusions Of Grandeur. On the fittingly titled The Sound Of A Feeling EP he serves up the charmingly titled "Shit Wizard" a soulful, nu-disco boogie-down jam. "We Walk To War" in its original form is the kind of lo-slung/slo-mo disco that really floats our boat, but the remix up next by Tee Mango really injects it with some Stevie Wonder style soul-funk that'll help get your shine on. The title track on the flip is the deepest and most emotive offering here, with its sublime and hypnotic qualities being pushed along by a tight groove.
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Frozen Monarch (repress)
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Cat: FR 0262017. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Electro
  1. Halflight (6:34)
  2. Frozen Monarch (3:09)
  3. Cloud Cocoon (6:28)
Can't Stop
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Can't Stop (12")
Cat: GALL 003. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Can't Stop (12:52)
  2. Fat Of The Land (10:20)
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