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Happiness Is Happening
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Cat: DIALLP 31. Rel: 01 Sep 14
Techno
  1. Connecting The Ghost
  2. Friendship Song
  3. Stuffy
  4. Your War Is Over
  5. Wilkie
  6. Tense Times
  7. Parade
  8. We Have A Nice Life
  9. Occult Levitation
  10. All That Matters
Review: German veteran Roman Flugel's debut album under his given name, 2011's Fatty Folders, was something of a surprise package - a collection of warm, playful and melodious tracks that belied his reputation for hypnotic techno and eccentric deep house. This follow-up retains that playfulness - not to mention a curious pop sensibility with regards to tunefulness - but douses it in the clanking rhythms of machine drums and industrial strength electronics. The production is still pleasingly finessed, but there's also a pleasingly raw feel to his blends of IDM, deep house, deep techno, electronica and classic Kraftwerk (see the standout "Wilkie"). Happiness is Happening also impressively plays around with mood and tempo, with wholeheartedly positive results.
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Verschiebung
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Cat: ORKL 07. Rel: 15 Aug 16
Techno
  1. Verschiebung 1 (7:26)
  2. Verschiebung 2 (6:31)
  3. Verschiebung 3 (5:08)
  4. Verschiebung 4 (3:45)
Review: 2016 marks two decades since Roman Flugel made his debut. It says much about the productive, genre-straddling German that he retains the desire to do things differently after all these years. Verscheibung is his first EP of 2016, and arrives for the rather fine Die Orakel label overseen by LARJ's Oliver Hafenbauer. The four tracks are split between stripped-back techno and druggy, off-piste ambient (the bubbly, post-party weirdness of closer "Track 4"). The most obviously floor-friendly cut opens the EP, with Flugel layering wonky, minor key melody lines over a dense but minimalist groove. Elsewhere, check the Villalobos-ish strangeness of "Track 3", and the druggy, pitched-down experimental throb of "Track 2".
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Black Acid EP
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Black Acid EP (12" repress)
Cat: PHONICA 018. Rel: 12 Jun 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Too Hot To Sleep (4:34)
  2. Troubled Mind (7:21)
  3. Black Acid (5:08)
  4. Work & TV (5:47)
Review: Frankfurt legend Roman Flugel continues on his decades long winning streak, this time appearing outside of his usual base of hometown heroes Robert Johnson the in house label of Phonica Records with the Black Acid EP. There's a tougher side to Flugel that we haven't heard in a while on opening track "Too Hot To Sleep", a bleeping and cyclical techno tool that's not quite as aggressive as his Acid Jesus or Alter Ego material, but equally impressive. It's more the Flugel we know on "Troubled Mind: this deep and atmospheric slow burner merges the organic and synthetic superbly, where soothing bell tones merge with dusty electronics. On the flip, we have the sublime "Work & TV" hypnotizing you into submission on this minimal composition full of whirling melodies and stripped drums awash in deep trails of reverb.
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Played by: Shenoda, JONNO & TOMMO
All The Right Noises
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All The Right Noises (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: DIALLP 038. Rel: 07 Nov 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Mighty Suns (5:13)
  2. Dead Idols (7:23)
  3. Nameless Lake (4:11)
  4. Warm & Dewy (5:56)
  5. Dust (5:26)
  6. Believers (5:09)
  7. All The Right Noises (6:54)
  8. Planet Zorg (5:34)
  9. Life Tends To Come & Go (4:08)
  10. Fantasy (4:18)
Review: Many would argue that Roman Flugel has been making All The Right Noises for the best part of two decades. Certainly, the prolific German producer's vast catalogue boasts way more hits than misses, with this latest full-length - his third for Dial - being amongst his strongest work to date. After beginning with the slow burning, late night ambience of "Fantasy", the former Alter Ego producer gently raises the tempo throughout, moving from the off-kilter, experimental techno hypnotism of "Dead Idols" and sparse, out-there dancefloor moodiness of "Warm & Dewy", to the ghostly house shuffle of "All The Right Noises", and John Carpenter-meets-Black Dog creepiness of "Planet Zorg". Throughout, it's hugely thoughtful and atmospheric.
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All Part 3
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All Part 3 (12")
Cat: DIAL 072. Rel: 27 Jul 15
Deep House
  1. Lawrence - "Chez Dupont" (8:18)
  2. Efdemin - "No Exit" (5:34)
  3. Roman Flugel - "In Your Wardrobe" (8:39)
  4. Dawn Mok - "Like Thoughts Or Moments We'll Fall" (2:35)
  5. Pawel - "All Nearness Pauses" (2:44)
Review: Dial celebrated its 15th anniversary in requisite fashion this year with the All compilation, a CD pulling in productions from label regulars as well as hinting at the shape of their future with some new faces. The latest All 12" sampler is largely formed of those you'd readily associate with Dial. Lawrence turns in "Chez Dupont" another example of his talented of mysterious and ethereal grooves. Efdemin proves yet again why he is the auteur of beautifully crafted and soulful techno on "No Exit". "In Your Wardrobe" by Roman Flugel is a welcome edition no doubt as his legendary sound aesthetic is totally in harmony with the label. Finally the last two artists highlight the far reaching diversity of the label yet keep its aesthetic aligned, with the R&B flavour of the mysterious Dawn Mok and label mainstay Pawel's brooding lo-fi ballad "All Nearness Pauses".
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RiRom
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RiRom (12")
Cat: MUSIK 0806. Rel: 13 Jun 11
Minimal/Tech House
  1. RiRom (main)
  2. Roric
Review: **RAUM REPRESS** The pairing of Ricardo Villalobos & Roman Flugel on Raum Musik is hardly a surprising one. Both are venerable members of the electronic music scene, and we've witnessed both artists visit minimalism, techno, house and ambience within their careers on numerous occasions. Together on Raum, "RIRom" embodies a collection of all of the above genres in one. Minimal clicks and cuts of glass are met with raw housey claps, hollow techno kicks and gentle acoustic piano chords. Chugging and never dull on the ear, it's a concoction of intelligent, stripped back structure. On the flip side "RoRic" treads slightly more theatrical boards with dark rumbling keys and twisted crackles and creeks. An ever pushing bounce of dry drums and the odd stab of keys and warped vocals keep things interesting. Very much suited to both of these artists, if you're a fan of one or both, this won't disappoint.
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