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Animal (2xLP)
Cat: RH 118 LP. Rel: 04 Jun 12
Deep House
  1. Another Sign
  2. A Choice Named Joyce
  3. The Architect
  4. Colors & Colours
  5. Brain Soup
  6. Shells
  7. Water Castle
  8. Night Falls
  9. Animal
  10. Autosea
  11. Swing Home
  12. Deja Vu
Fabric 36
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Fabric 36 (CD)
Cat: FABRIC 71. Rel: 10 Sep 07
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Groove 1880
  2. Perc & Drums
  3. Moongomery
  4. Farenzer House
  5. M Bassy (with Patrick Ense)
  6. Mecker
  7. 4 Wheel Drive (with Jorge Gonzales)
  8. Fizpatrick (with Patrick Ense)
  9. Andruic & Japan (with Andrew Gillings)
  10. Organic Tranceplant
  11. Prevorent
  12. Fumiyandric 2 (with Fumiya Tanaka)
  13. Won't You Tell Me
  14. Primer Encuentro Latino Americano (Based On A Same Named Song Of Los Jaivas & Manduka)
  15. Chropuspel Zundung
Played by: Exit Festival 2010
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Vasco (CD)
Cat: PERLON 69CD. Rel: 06 Oct 08
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Minimoonstar (full session)
  2. Electonic Water
  3. Amazordum
  4. Skinfummel
Dependent & Happy Part 1
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Cat: PERLON 92-1. Rel: 27 Aug 12
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Tu Actitud
  2. Timemorf
  3. Grumax
  4. I'm Counting
  5. Das Leben Ist So Anders Ohne Dich
  6. Mochnochich
Review: Ricardo Villalobos's third full-length (unless you count his Fabric mix and Re: ECM project with Max Loderbauer) entitled Dependent & Happy had been eagerly anticipated since its announcement early this year, and on its vinyl release finds its 14 tracks split up across 5x12" singles. The results are as sublime as you would expect from the master of minimal; "Tu Actitud" opens with its half-spoken vocals and jaunty electric bass, "Timemorf" continues with its minimal Chilean rhythms, while "Grumax" is the undisputed highlight - a combination of tense, sprung bass and discordant strings arranged in the way only Villalobos can.
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Voodog (12")
Cat: PTX 009. Rel: 29 Sep 14
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Voodog (part 1)
  2. Voodog (part 2)
Review: Making a rare excursion outside of his Perlon familiarities, Ricardo Villalobos contributes to Einzelkind's Proper Traxx imprint with two upfront groovers that keep the energy levels up without compromising on the minimal maven's hyper-focused attention to detail, not to mention his love of a cheeky sample or two. The rhythm stays consistent on both sides, shuffling in a micro house arrangement for lovers of twitchy funk everywhere, while the oddball speech and licks from recognisable disco classics keep things interesting in the midst of the extended grooves. This is as DJ-friendly as you could ever wish contemporary Villalobos to be, and it should keep stripped down dancefloors shaking long into the morning.
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Who Are We? EP
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Cat: MUSIK 093. Rel: 08 Jun 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Buffalo Demon (feat Alog) (9:57)
  2. Who Are You? (feat Jorge Gonzalez) (8:58)
Review: A return to Raum Musik for Ricardo Villalobos arrives with the Chilean in the midst of one of his most creative production streaks. Who Are We lands before a mooted Vilod LP on Perlon from Villalobos and Max Loderbauer and after remixes for Honest Jon's and a contribution to the Aira Series from Roland and Rawax. It is of course his second 12" for Raum following the classic Baby from 2012 and these two new productions find him in a collaborative mood. "Buffalo Demon" features Rune Grammofon duo Alog whilst the title track pairs Villalobos up with compatriot Jorge Gonzalez. Both are superb, but "Who Are You?" is Villalobos channelling his weirder side and that's how we like our Ricardo tracks.
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Amnesia EP
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Amnesia EP (12")
Cat: MLV 06. Rel: 06 Jun 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Amnesia
  2. Amnesia (instrumental)
Played by: Alex Font
Rawax Aira Series Vol 1
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Cat: AIRA 001. Rel: 04 May 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Ricardo Villalobos - "Rabbit Over" (12:15)
  2. Oskar Szafraniec - "Vitality" (feat Infinite Livez) (8:51)
Review: Germany's Rawax, aside from its reissue offshoot, has usually released up and coming artists in the house and techno domains but the label are back with something pretty special for the first chapter of their newly crowned Aira series. Ricardo Villalobos, a man who needs no introduction in the minimal techno game and who sells clubs out week in and week out all over the world, drops "Rabbit Over", a familiarly itchy Villalobos groove with intricate melodic patterns and a driving beat structure. On the flip, Oskar Szafraniec's "Vitality" is similarly stripped and jagged around the edges, a monstrous bassline dominating its bottom-end. Another fine slice of Rawax and an impressive evolution from the label!
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