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Behringer Truth B2030A Active Studio Monitor (single)
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Cat: 584553 Rel: 21 Aug 17
 
2-Way active ribbon studio reference monitor with Kevlar woofer
Notes: Due to their high-resolution performance, B2030A active 2-way reference studio monitors are perfect for near-field monitoring applications - from small mixing environments to multichannel surround setups. When it comes to your studio recordings, you want honesty. In fact, considering how important your art is, you should demand it! That's why Behringer designed the B2030A Active 2-Way Reference Monitor to speak nothing but the TRUTH. The B2030A boasts big power, 125 Watts of bi-amplified output to an ultra-responsive, long-throw 6.75" polypropylene woofer, which provides tight and accurate bass - and a high-resolution, ferrofluid-cooled tweeter for crystal-clear highs. And although it was designed for the studio, where every note you play or sing is always "under the microscope", the B2030A makes an absolutely fantastic addition to your stereo or video surround system!

Bi-Amplification - The Path to Absolute Signal Integrity:

With its 125 ultra-clean Watts of output through separately-powered drivers, courtesy of true bi-amping (2 amplifiers per speaker system), the B2030A delivers high-resolution sound that really brings out the best in your music. While some of our competitors apply simple passive crossovers, which inaccurately separate the frequency spectrum and degrade driver performance, BEHRINGER has gone the extra mile - driving each woofer and tweeter with a separate amplifier for the utmost in signal integrity.

Custom-Engineered Transducers:

Powerful amplifiers coupled with state-of-the-art technology sure sounds impressive - but what about the part of the system you actually hear? Our LF (Low Frequency) and HF (High Frequency) transducers are designed specifically for each application - it's what sets us apart from the competition. When you buy a TRUTH B2030A active monitor, you can rest assured the transducers inside have been engineered to perform flawlessly with every other element for truly professional results. As a result, the B2030A provides ruler-flat frequency response from 50 Hz - 21 kHz, with tight and accurate low end, articulately-detailed mids and crystal-clear highs.

Gloriously-Wide "Sweet Spot":

The B2030A's HF (High Frequency) content comes courtesy of an ultra-high resolution 1.0" ferrofluid-cooled tweeter mounted on our proprietary wave guide. While some of our competitor's studio monitors have a highly-focused "sweet spot" (the optimal listening position for a pair of loudspeakers), our wave guide is designed to create a much more generous, broader listening zone. That means you are free to move around inside the stereo image to find the ideal spot in the mix for subtle instrument or effects placement opportunities.

Suited for All Placements:

The ideal environment for listening is a room that is "flat," neither too reflective (echoes) nor too absorptive (where the sound is muffled). But since all rooms are not the same acoustically, all TRUTH monitors come equipped to function in a wide variety of environments. Rear panel filter switches are provided to adapt the monitor's low- and high-frequency characteristics for optimal performance - specifically for your listening environment. Monitor placement is also critical. Ideally, all loudspeakers should be placed away from walls to ensure proper bass response. The B2030A features a set of Room Compensation switches so you can place it against walls, or even in corners. Walls tend to enhance low-frequency content, and corners exaggerate bass even more, but your B2030A TRUTH can be custom-tailored to provide honest bass response for your situation, with the simple flick of a switch or two.
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Digitech SDRUM Strummable Drums Pedal
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Digitech SDRUM Strummable Drums Pedal (drum machine/effects pedal)
Cat: 658045 Rel: 21 Aug 17
 
Guitar-controlled drum machine featuring BeatScratch technology - create drum patterns by strumming your strings
Notes: SDRUM is the world's first intelligent drum machine for guitarists and bassists. By simply scratching across your guitar strings, you teach the SDRUM a kick and snare pattern that forms the foundation of the beat you want to hear. Based on this pattern, the SDRUM supplies a professional sounding drum beat with different embellishments and variations to perfectly complement your beat. Gone are the days of having your creative flow disrupted by searching through lists in a frustrating attempt to find the beat you want.

The SDRUM stores up to 36 different songs. Beats are played from a choice of 5 different kits covering a wide range of genres. The pedal also supports three different parts (e.g. verse/chorus/bridge) for each song that can be switched on the fly for enhancing live performances and exploring song ideas.

SDRUM is the fastest way to go from a beat idea to a working drum track.
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Mukatsuku Resin 45 Red Adapter (red, black & white design) *Juno Exclusive*
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 2 in stock $5.87
Cat: 660067 Rel: 21 Aug 17
 
Mukatsuku Records resin 45 adapter
Notes: Resin 'Mukatsuku Records' adapter for playing dinked 45's, red, black and white design - includes free sticker.
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Novation Circuit Mono Station Paraphonic Analogue Synthesizer
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 4 in stock $511.77
Cat: 647241 Rel: 21 Aug 17
 
Compact, next-generation monosynth with 32 velocity-sensitive RGB pads
Notes: Circuit Mono Station is a next-generation sequenced monosynth that originates from the Bass Station II, with three sequencer tracks that benefit from the 32 velocity-sensitive RGB pads found on Circuit.

The synth has two oscillators, three distortion modes, plus one multi-mode filter with high-pass, low-pass or band-pass. With Circuit Mono Station, the sync and tuning parameters of its two oscillators can be individually controlled. It also offers four waveshapes (sawtooth, triangle, square and sample + hold), a sub-oscillator, ring modulation and noise generation. Users can get the frequency band they want by applying high-pass, low-pass and band-pass filters with slopes of 12dB and 24dB.

In addition, Circuit Mono Station introduces a powerful overdrive. Both monophonic and paraphonic modes are available, with each oscillator individually controlled by its own sequencer. There are three sequencer tracks: two oscillator sequencers and one modulation sequencer. Users can alter Gate length, switch patterns instantly, choose sync rate and mutate patterns.

A four-by-eight modulation matrix makes it possible to route from LFO with four waveshapes, envelope, sequencer or velocity, enabling complex modulation for pitch, pulse-width, amp, filter, distortion or CV. Up to 64 patches can be loaded and saved on the device, right at the user's fingertips. Circuit Mono Station controls separate hardware via CV, Gate and modulation outputs, and has MIDI In, Out and Thru, so other MIDI gear can be connected. Via USB, Circuit Mono Station can be plugged into Mac or PC, where unlimited patches can be managed using Components.
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Singles
Isotype
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Isotype (12")
Cat: 100T 65. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Isotype (6:09)
  2. Skin (3:01)
(Why Are You) Shaking?
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Cat: 13OC 026. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. (Why Are You) Shaking? (2:39)
  2. 7 Cycles Per Second (3:37)
Hold Me Back EP
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Cat: ONEF 005. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Drum And Bass
  1. Hold Me Back (feat Benabu) (5:15)
  2. The Underground Fable (5:15)
  3. Spongy Conversation (5:26)
  4. The Savage Chase (5:17)
Review: Toulouse representing! Young Monty steps out for his debut 1985 release... And it's a bit of an occasion; he's the first artist to have their own EP on the label beyond Perez and his and Eprom's Shades project. Naturally he's delivered; "Hold Me Back" is deliciously space age and soulful, "The Underground Fable" is all about the highly-sprung steps and stark minimal shivers, "Spongy Conversation" continues the stark vocal theme over a grimy riddim that's not too far away from Commix at their finest while "The Savage Chase" takes us right down the roller rabbit hole with moody pressure and deep fog horn bass sweeps. Killer.
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Exodus EP
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Exodus EP (12")
Cat: 2020LDN 007. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Bass
  1. Beast Mode (5:07)
  2. Gaiden (5:02)
  3. Exodus (3:52)
  4. Reverie (3:01)
Review: Tsuruda and Huxley Anne's Paint bridges the parallel movements of LA beats and UK halftime with a resounding quartet of unclassifiability. Gritty, strange and coated in warped textures throughout, at one moment we're being hurled into space (the build on "Beast Mode"), the next we're swimming against the waves of mystical 23rd century Wu beats ("Gaiden") before being pushed deep into a toxic bass swamp where the kicks shift beneath your feet. "Reverie" finishes on a more contemplative note as far-away humanised elements and lolloping beats remind us just how much more fusion potential there is between the two movements.
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Meroe EP
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Meroe EP (7")
Cat: 22A 016. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Cerasee Doctor (3:05)
  2. Margoze (2:48)
  3. Goya (0:32)
  4. Meroe (3:40)
Review: Sample-loving downtempo fusionist Mo Kolours has yet to make a duff record, so hopes are naturally high for this dinked 7" single on 22a. Predictably, he's in fine form throughout, sauntering between seriously dubbed-out, tropical-tinged hip-hop beats (the ultra-baked heaviness of "Cerasee Doctor"), heavyweight Mauritian drum jams ("Margoze") and hard-to-define Indian Ocean funk (the fretless bass, weird noises and handclaps of quick-fix "Goya". He leaves the best till last, with the skewed hip-hop funk of "Menroe" - all wonky synth-bass, crunchy beats, sampled chants, tropical hand percussion and dubbed-out electronic stabs - hitting home hardest; he's still not made a bad record.
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303 Alliance In Dub Vol 1
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Cat: 303ALLIANCE 004. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Hard Techno
  1. Play With Fire (7:47)
  2. Babylon Shall Fall (7:10)
  3. Hallie Selas CID (7:46)
  4. Play With Fire (Jah Skoop aka The Geezer remix) (7:02)
Arcana Vibes EP
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 in stock $10.42
Cat: AKBALMUSICVINYL 03. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Strength (7:21)
  2. The Fool (7:56)
  3. The Empress (10:14)
  4. Wheel Of Fortune (8:25)
Dancer On The Shore
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Cat: AU 005. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Dancer On The Shore (extended mix) (6:41)
  2. Dancer On The Shore (Jex Opolis dub) (6:10)
  3. Dancer On The Shore (Justin Strauss & Bryan Mette Whatever/Whatever remix) (8:35)
  4. Dancer On The Shore (Jex Opolis remix) (5:49)
Review: Since first gate crashing our consciousness back in 2009, New York three-piece Lemonade has released a string of fine records, most of which saunter between woozy Balearic synth-pop and leisurely downtempo grooves. "Dancer on the Shore", their first release for three years, inhabits similar sonic territory, offering a fusion of Peaking Lights style dubbed-out synth-pop grooves, glassy-eyed vocals, tumbling acoustic guitar flourishes and humid steel drum melodies. Fellow NYC resident Jex Opolis provides two stellar remixes: a chunky, rolling, acid-flecked nu-disco dub and a drowsier vocal interpretation that's as ear pleasing as they come. The other interpretation comes from Justin Strauss and Bryan Mette under the Whatever/Whatever alias and strays further towards acid-driven Italo-disco/deep house fusion territory.
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1969: The Golden Voice Recordings
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Cat: ADR10 24. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. The Dream (5:19)
  2. Love Is The Answer (3:31)
  3. Body Trip (4:19)
  4. Lowland Blues (2:55)
  5. It All Comes Back (4:36)
Riding The Thin Line (reissue)
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Cat: 0006 AD. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Techno
  1. Shut The Lites Off (7:50)
  2. The Funk (4:39)
  3. The Haunting (4:30)
Review: Reissue anthem alert!! Another Day drop DJ Bone's early material from Metroplex back onto vinyl with this tasty reincarnation of the 1999 juggernaut. When this badboy first came out, no one was doing percussion the same way as Bone, with tunes like "Shut The Lites Off" capable of destroying any dance floor with its sublime balance of harmonies and hard beats. "The Funk" offered new and curious shades of electro madness to the scene - a cocktail which still sounds fresh now - and "The Haunting" smashes out the funky techno for warehouse use.
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Played by: DJ 3000
We Must Be Woods
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Cat: AMB 1707. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Gather (6:14)
  2. Knowledge (5:30)
  3. Head Piano (3:45)
  4. Sun Watch (3:53)
  5. Voice Image (4:57)
Ascetic Vol 2
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Ascetic Vol 2 (limited heavyweight vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: ASCETIC 003. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Techno
  1. Craft - "Time Will Tell" (8:40)
  2. Wrong Assessment - "Golconda" (5:50)
  3. Joaquin Ruiz - "Rituals" (6:46)
  4. Viels - "Loneliness" (7:09)
Gong Bong
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Gong Bong (12")
Cat: BFK 066. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Gong Bong (6:37)
  2. Gong Bong (Mushrooms Project Outrun Diversion) (6:43)
  3. Gong Bong (Stevie Kotey Africa Road Tripmix) (7:19)
Good Morning Bad Feeling/Deprecation Road
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Cat: BREP 235. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Folk/Americana
  1. Good Morning, Bad Feeling (5:02)
  2. That Reason Why (3:39)
  3. It's Been A Long Time, Mama (3:47)
  4. Another Pretty Country Song (3:50)
  5. Got Blood In My Rhythm (2:51)
  6. Lonesome Road (3:05)
  7. Records & Fish (8:31)
General Of The Universe IV
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Cat: BF 004. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. General Of The Universe IV (fast Eddie Jack - Mode Squad remix) (5:21)
  2. General Of The Universe IV (Houz'Mon remix) (5:40)
  3. General Of The Universe IV (Lothario Lee & DJ Spank Spank Minimal remix) (8:24)
  4. General Of The Universe IV (Lothario Lee & DJ Spank Spank remix) (8:18)
  5. General Of The Universe IV (5:33)
Living For Today
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Cat: BLAKMUZIK 001. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. Living For Today (Miquifaye vocal Pass) (8:36)
  2. Living For Today (Instrulife mix) (8:38)
Played by: Ricardo Miranda
Sticky Icky
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Sticky Icky (12" + insert)
BMG
Cat: 405053 8293531. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Blues
  1. Sticky Icky (2:58)
  2. Ali (3:34)
  3. Good For Nothing (4:36)
  4. Made To Last (4:02)
  5. Heavenly Dog (3:20)
Different Days
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Different Days (transparent blue vinyl 7")
BMG
Cat: 538310 771. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Indie
  1. Different Days (radio edit) (4:25)
  2. Different Days (Chris & Cosey edit) (5:47)
Deixa O Morro Cantar
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Cat: BRZ 45066. Rel: 21 Aug 17
International
  1. Deixa O Morro Cantar (2:33)
  2. Mas Que Nada (2:33)
Review: Supreme musica popular Brasileira and bossa-nova vibes here on two tracks from Mr Bongo's leading Brazilian 45's lady, Claudia. "Deixa o Morro Cantar" features on Claudia's very first 7", released in 1965 by RGE Brazil. Her version of "Mas Que Nada" is said to be more of a jazzy/folk-funk take on the Ben classic. A relatively recent discovery made during the label's last trip to Brazil, Maria das Gracas Rallo was born in 1946 in Rio de Janeiro. She has become the most awarded singer outside of her home country and was most popular internationally in 1982 with the song "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" from the musical Evita. Moreover, she has recorded over twenty albums and has amassed huge record sales throughout her successful career.
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E Novamente Mas Que Nada
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  1. Ronaldo Reseda - "E Novamente Mas Que Nada" (5:19)
  2. Robson Jorge & Lincoln Olivetti - "Ginga" (2:57)
Review: The 65th volume in Mr Bongo's admirable Brazil 45s series shines a light on Rio De Janeiro's turn-of-the-'80s boogie scene. On the A-side you'll find "E Novamente Mas Que Nada" by Ronaldo Resado, a five-minute chunk of samba-laced boogie sunshine that was originally featured on the artist's eponymous 1979 debut album. While wonderful, it's slightly overshadowed by flipside cut "Ginga", one of the highlights from Robson Jorge and Lincoln Olivetti's sought-after 1982 full-length (which, incidentally, was recently reissued by Mr Bongo and is well worth checking). Joining the dots between synth-heavy electrofunk, horn-toting disco-funk and languid jazz-funk, the instrumental track is arguably one of the best Brazilian boogie records ever made. Don't sleep.
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Changing Pieces: C D
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Cat: CHANGINGPIECES CD. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Alejandro Vivanco - "Track 1" (7:30)
  2. Chic Miniature - "Track 2" (8:57)
State Of My Mind EP
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Cat: CHIWAX 026. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. Vision (5:33)
  2. State Of Mind (5:33)
  3. Nu World (6:06)
  4. Vison (Garden Indeep mix) (6:19)
Review: German imprint RAWAX proudly welcomes Rhythm Of Paradise to the label. It all started in late 2016 when label boss Robert Drewek travelled to Bari, Puglia to play a gig with his friend Nico Lahs. He met this extraordinary fellow by the name of Michele Lamacchia and fell in love with the '90s inspired house music he played him. There's the very 808 State sounding "Vision" complete with catchy Fairlight birdcalls, the timeless Windy City style groove of the title track: which is as emotive and as melancholy as you like it. On the flip, "Nu World" takes things deeper, assisted by some classic neon-lit elements.. and a bit of cowbell for added measure! Finally, the jacking remix of "Vision" by Garden is the EPs finest moment by far and packed full with the right amounts of bounce 'n swing.
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Miami 97
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Miami 97 (12")
Cat: TONIC 007. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. Miami 97 (7:19)
  2. Timaru Tango (8:13)
  3. Holiday Illusion (6:43)
  4. Coast To Coast (7:57)
Heus
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Heus (12")
Cat: CONNECTED 018. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Heus (8:42)
  2. Intro (7:35)
  3. Guem (7:34)
Played by: Stereo Mc's
003
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003 (140 gram vinyl 12" repress)
Cat: CB 003. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. 001
  2. 002
  3. 003
Review: Burnski's and Jon Woodall's Constant Sound sublabel Constant Black continues its march into the underbelly of heads down club tracks with this installment from the hitherto unfamiliar Constant. Whether it's Burnski under a different guise remains to be seen, but the quality of the tracks is the prime concern here. The A1 track is the perfect blend of tech house, with a hooky rhythm section and all manner of shimmering sonic delights spread out on top. The A2 taps a more reduced house vein, keeping the beats slender and the melodic elements subtle and dubby. The B side cut seems to merge the two to create a bubbling slice of swinging funk for the subliminal generation.
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Played by: Burnski, Don Crisp, SY
The Story Unfolds
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The Story Unfolds (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CS 012. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Story Unfolds
  2. VSHL
  3. Perseid
  4. H15
Review: The crisp tech house machinations of Constant Sound continue apace with this excellent transmission from the ever rising Michael James. "The Story Unfolds" leads the way with a set of slick and slender rhythms locked into a quintessential minimal house swing, with plenty of subtle micro sampling bubbling away between the beats. "VSHL" has a chunkier disposition, using bolder percussive strokes that punch in unison with the wobbly synth lines. "Perseid" is a trippy affair loaded with zippy effects and dubby effects, and then "H15" rounds the EP out with a resolutely deep 4/4 meditation.



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Played by: Burnski
Weird In Munich
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Weird In Munich (limited 12")
Cat: CBR 025. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Drum And Bass
  1. Frolic In Brine (4:25)
  2. Further Peaks (4:19)
Review: Absolute technoid grit from Sam and Danny as they soundtrack a hairy weekend of studio experimentation in Munich. Curveballs to the bitter distorted end, there's a fluidity and not-sit-still-ability running throughout the two as the pair defenestrate convention and get hands on. The delightfully titled "Frolic In Brine" is a swampy piece of tribal acid-tinged rollage with a toxic bassline emerging midway while "Further Peaks" is a drone procession that refuses to quit as it doubles and folds in on itself with decaying, mesmerising effect. Not what you'd expect from either party, which makes it all the more exciting. Pass the brine.
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Mindstorms EP
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Cat: CKNOWEP 4. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Electro
  1. Regeneration (4:54)
  2. Your Royal Weirdness (5:24)
  3. Mindstorms (3:45)
  4. Iron Idem (4:16)
Blasphemy EP
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Blasphemy EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: COTF 13. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Techno
  1. Blasphemy
  2. Dead Sunday
  3. Achromatic
Review: The latest Crimes Of The Future comes from Dimitri Distant and LVRIN, two emergent artists with a penchant for pitch black grooves steeped in the kind of acidic, wavey styles that COTF are consistently striking gold with. "Blasphemy" is a powerful slice of reductionist acid that uses a bare minimum of elements to create a sinister atmosphere to strike fear into the hearts of unwitting dancers. "Dead Sunday" is no slouch in the creepy department either, its clattering beats and bubbly acid line straining against a tape-stretched backdrop of synthesizer malaise. "Achromatic" switches stance to slow, undead electro soaked in embalming fluid and filtered through a B-movie veil for maximum guttural impact.
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Artifact
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Artifact (12")
Cat: CYL 014. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Drum And Bass
  1. Artifact (4:28)
  2. Sightings (4:24)
Review: Doom struck grooves from California stealth operator Conspired Within. Building on his impressive two-year discography once again, he returns to Loxy's Cylon with two more heavy pressure deep steppers. "Artifact" is all about the percussive hook that weaves in and out of the cavernous atmospherics, "Sightings" harbours even more space as the beats strip back to shimmering elements allowing the suspense and pure density of the textures to seep through. Unabashed darkness.
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Topper Top (Kahn & Neek remix)
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Topper Top (Kahn & Neek remix) (1-sided 12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: MEDI 097. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Topper Top (Kahn & Neek remix) (3:49)
Connected Vol 2
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Cat: DRV 016. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Techno
  1. Patrice W - "Exploration" (6:40)
  2. Patrick Arbez - "Echo Earth" (5:51)
  3. Faru Anke - "Sundowner" (7:53)
  4. Tom Almex - "Control" (6:26)
Diminutive
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Diminutive (12")
Cat: DMNV 001. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Andrea Ferlin - "Summia" (8:16)
  2. Fenju - "Is That Right" (7:54)
  3. Mariin - "Image & Water" (8:24)
  4. Pandilla LTD - "Beath" (7:56)
Nightshade
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Nightshade (12")
Cat: NS 001. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Techno
  1. Playful Death - "N5S Virus" (4:20)
  2. Playful Death - "Berliner Muertos" (5:41)
  3. Yxan - "Minos" (6:37)
  4. Necropants - "TOT" (4:36)
  5. Bellatrix? - "Manifesto" (5:13)
Each Day EP
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Cat: DISJ 02. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. St Val 017 (6:00)
  2. Each Day (6:27)
  3. T Beat (5:57)
Review: Paris-based Yakine was there at when minimal turned techy, and when techy was kept minimalistic. Ever since those late naughtiest years, the producer has been crafting his sound by searching for the perfect groove, and we think he's found it with this latest EP for the Disjoint label. These three tunes are more mechanical than his previous efforts; the opener "St Val 017" boasts a mean electro bass at its core, with "Each Day" also choosing to adopt a more brown loop beat a-la industriale, and "T Beat" pumping out more dread than dance grooves.
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Moonscapes EP
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Cat: DBA 031. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Techno
  1. Amalthea (5:29)
  2. Dione (5:30)
  3. Elara (5:29)
  4. Larissa (6:27)
PTSD EP
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PTSD EP (12")
Cat: EABEVINYL I. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Techno
  1. Shaker HXM (5:10)
  2. Dark Cloud Juked (4:37)
  3. Electronic Mail (9:26)
  4. Jay's Lament/Eris Appears (3:57)
ENDZ 016
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ENDZ 016 (clear & blue splatter vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 016. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Space Cadet (8:49)
  2. Halfjack (8:16)
Review: Aside from a few, sporadic appearances here and there, East End Dubz has pretty much been loyal to his own imprint, through which he has solidified a house sound of his own. Number 16 in the series offers a predictably classy affair in the form of 2 club trax that are bound to sync with pretty much anything you throw at them. "Space Cadet" is a direct, no bullshit house missile made for keeping the moods and tempos at a steady pace, while "Halfjack" is more on the playful side, shooting out tidy little melodic twists amid its rawer and more off-kilter percussion.
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Power Factor EP
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Cat: ECHOCORDCOLOUR 039. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Techno
  1. Sandtext (6:55)
  2. Wet (6:23)
  3. Backstroke (6:53)
Review: Edinburgh's Stephen Brown has always (and still is) waving the techno flag way up high for the Scottish nation. The man has been on it since the mid 90s, and it's safe to se late him as a veritable veteran by now. This new EP for the excellent Echocord feels like a natural turn of events, especially given how magnificently dubby "Sandtext" feels like. "Wet" tries to offer a bumpier sort of ride thanks to sliding chords and huge slabs of bass, while "Backstroke" goes in with that classic, Sun-kissed dub techno flex which Brown, among others, helped to solidify.
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Lemon Lime EP
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  1. Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee - "Moonlite" (6:27)
  2. Duff Disco - "Always On My Mind" (6:38)
  3. Buzz Compass - "U Deserve It" (6:01)
  4. Get Down Edits - "Hey (Whats Happening)" (5:46)
Review: On this latest must-have missive, the Editorial crew has assembled an all-star cast of re-editors and house-loving disco rework merchants. Thrillingly, it contains a now rare outing from slo-mo specialist Duff Disco, whose atmospheric, beatdown style chugger "Always on My Mind" is undoubtedly one of the best things he's released in years. Props, too, to Irish disco-house specialists Get Down Edits, who weigh in with the warm and summery grooves of "Hey (What's Happening)". Elsewhere, Buzz Compass subtly beefs up and filters out a sleazy disco favourite on the constantly rising "U Deserve It", while Ed Wizard and Disco Double Dee get the party started in their inimitable style via a touch of disco/hip-hop fusion ("Moonlite").
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Played by: Tim Zawada
Techbass
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Techbass (hand-stamped heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: EF 006. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Bass
  1. Techbass (6:15)
  2. Classic Beat (5:34)
Coco Dub
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Coco Dub (hand-stamped heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: EF 007. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Bass
  1. Coco Dub (7:13)
  2. BS (7:25)
Don't Chase The Train EP
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Cat: EGR45 00006. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Techno
  1. Kris P Lettuce (4:49)
  2. The Lady Spirit (4:48)
  3. Heads, Knees & Toes (5:04)
  4. Fresh Meat (5:40)
Burdens Down
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Cat: ELY 07512. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. Burdens Down (6:11)
  2. Thank You Lord (6:24)
  3. Burdens Down (Terence Parker main radio edit) (3:32)
Review: When they first emerged in the early 1990s, Lou Robinson's mysterious Scan 7 collective was compared favourably to fellow Detroit techno militants Underground Resistance (for the record, they are loosely affiliated). "Burdens Down", their first single for Belgian label Elypsia since 2001, sees them in fine form, delivering a title track that brilliantly joins the dots between Terrence Parker style gospel techno and bouncy, piano-driven house. Fittingly, Parker delivers a cheery, organ and piano heavy radio edit that pushes the track's gospel roots to the fore. The EP's other cut, "Thank You Lord", jogs even further towards New Jersey gospel house territory whilst retaining the futurist ethos and rhythmic structure of Detroit techno.
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Played by: G-Prod
Timeless EP
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Cat: ELY 05012. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. Sound (7:15)
  2. Timeless (6:36)
  3. Planet Deep (6:29)
  4. The Way I Am (5:56)
My Old Friend
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Cat: FFOR 014. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. My Old Friend (8:10)
  2. We Can (6:55)
  3. We Can Again (7:41)
Review: Back to 99: Flash Forward continue their impressive archive work with this killer follow up to the run of Raw Elements classics over the last few months. Heading due south from NYC to New Jersey, we're presented with an absolute pearl from Kerri Chandler's extensive collection: "My Old Friend". Timeless chords set the scene with soulful stateliness while Kerri's classic strut maintains all the energy after 18 years. "We Can" and its reprise continue Chandler's soulful thrust with more focus on those classic Jersey organs. Flash Forward aren't messing around with these represses.
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