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New Beats The House (reissue)
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Cat: DE 166. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. New Beats The House (5:14)
  2. New Beats The House (remix) (5:07)
  3. New Beats The House (Jared Wilson remix) (5:10)
  4. Move You're Assit (Acid version) (7:15)
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Laptop Cafe
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Cat: CAL 008. Rel: 10 Jul 17
  1. Song 6 (4:29)
  2. Song 2 (5:52)
  3. Song 1 (4:56)
  4. Song 4 (5:52)
  5. Song 3 (5:48)
  6. Song 5 (4:31)
Review: Before James Stinson's untimely death in 2002, the legendary Drexciya producer was working on a follow-up to Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe, his sole album as The Other People Place. Somehow, Clone has managed to find a DAT tape of this classic "long lost album" - or, at least, the material he'd already finished for it - and is finally releasing it. Laptop Cafe is, of course, superb, with Stinson brilliantly joining the dots between intergalactic electro, languid deep house, melodious IDM, fluid Motor City techno and most notably, the cymbal-heavy drum rhythms and dexterous piano lines of jazz. While it's not quite as jaw dropping as its acclaimed, recently reissued predecessor, it's still nothing short of sublime.
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Sendas EP
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Sendas EP (12" repress)
Cat: TRAFFIC 010. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Sendas (7:15)
  2. Basement (6:30)
  3. S&T (8:44)
  4. PTN2 (5:02)
Review: Fernando 'Z@p' Zapico returned to action last year after a near seven-year absence, delivering the rather good Sonic Utopia EP on Melliflow. Here, his revival continues via a four-track EP on Traffic. He starts confidently, fusing vintage bleep techno motifs, heavy bass and off-kilter tech-house rhythms on "Sendas". The track that follows, "Basement", is a darker and slightly more angular late night workout, while "S_t" sees the Uruguayan show off his collection of vintage synths and drum machines. Closer "PTN2" is a foreboding and slightly creepy affair, with ghostly chords and IDM style electronics tumbling down over a pitched-down electro groove.
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Played by: Rikki Humphrey
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Make This Party Live (reissue)
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Cat: FR 004R. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Dance Floor (4:06)
  2. Let's Bang (5:18)
  3. Shake Your Body (5:18)
  4. Let Yo Body Rock (4:08)
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Doomsday Argument EP
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Cat: CR 1295. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Doomsday Argument (6:10)
  2. The Great Filter (5:32)
  3. Post Singularity Day (5:10)
  4. Antifragile (5:58)
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Apple Knife
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Apple Knife (12" + insert)
Cat: BS 006. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Apple Knife (7:51)
  2. Wisdom Of Rumi (7:51)
Review: Fresh to Bird Scarer, fresh to us all; according to Weatherall all correspondence with this mystery new electroid sculptor has been done by letter (to a PO Box no less) and not even he knows who she is. Her music, however, speaks volumes: "Apple Knife" cuts with a crisp arpeggio before dropping into chunky, almost housey electro break. "Wisdom Of Rumi" softens the angularities a little with a break that's not dissimilar to Tone Loc but awash with strange space-aged FX and numinous flourishes. According to Weatherall, he hopes there's more to come from Zu... We do too.
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La Vida Sigue Igual
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La Vida Sigue Igual (12" + insert)
Cat: DE 173. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. La Vida Sigue Igual (6:41)
  2. La Vida Sigue Igual (instrumental) (6:40)
  3. Animals V1 (7:11)
  4. Animals V2 (7:09)
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The English Beach
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The English Beach (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: LIES 094. Rel: 26 Jun 17
  1. Stray Dogs (3:13)
  2. Breaking The Flesh (5:35)
  3. The Sun Rising (3:54)
  4. Plague Song (5:27)
  5. Pylon (5:53)
  6. Rust Ballad (1:43)
  7. Wreck (5:12)
  8. Carrion (5:29)
  9. Concrete Desert (3:45)
  10. Wire Fence (5:24)
  11. The English Beach (4:06)
  12. Last Signal (3:17)
Review: British techno veteran Oliver Ho has released some fine material as Broken English Club since debuting the alias back in 2014. The English Beach, Ho's second BEC full-length and first for L.I.E.S, is the audio equivalent of a trip to a run-down North Sea coastal resort on a wet Wednesday in November. Full of end-of-days electronics, stripped-back industrial techno, moody minimal wave shufflers and bubbly EBM workouts, it's as authentic a tribute to early '80s electronic experimentalism as you're likely to hear all year. Highlights include the Nitzer Ebb style bounce of "Pylon", the foreboding, desolate electronica of "Rust Ballad", the angry electro moodiness of "Carrion" and the rolling, organ-laden autumnal bliss of "The English Beach".
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Glowing In The Dark
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Glowing In The Dark (limited hand-numbered LP + insert repress)
Cat: VODJ 1. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Glowing In The Dark (8:43)
  2. Love Changes (5:33)
  3. Mannequin (5:38)
Played by: Tagwell Woods
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Protokoll A
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  1. Sista Station (4:32)
  2. Protokoll A (6:07)
  3. Vandpunkt (6:40)
  4. Elyseiska Falten (5:55)
  5. Fastvaxt (6:26)
  6. Papperstrassel (6:05)
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Gatekeeper EP
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Cat: SR 008. Rel: 10 Jul 17
  1. Dampia (6:08)
  2. Scheme & Plot (5:29)
  3. Da Gatekeeper (6:08)
  4. Novoline (6:08)
Review: KMR are a house trio split between Frankfurt and Berlin, two powerhouses of dance music each with their own sounds and artistic tendencies. This is the group's first outing, a fully-fledged debut in all senses of the term, and it comes through the relatively established Sensual Records, home to peeps like Vid Vai and, of course, the trio themselves under their respective names of Dario Reimann, Michael Melchner and Patrick K. "Dampia" is considerably closer to Detroit electro than house, and the same can be said for the metallic, broken beats of the acidic "Scheme & Plot". "Da Gatekeeper" is the first tune to lay down a 4/4 beat structure, helped here with all sorts of deep melodies, leaving "Novoline" to provide the funkier, more jazzy moment of the four tunes. Big up, KMR!
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Closer (reissue)
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Cat: DE 165. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Closer (4:57)
  2. Tam Tam (3:55)
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I Want U (remixes)
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Cat: GIGOLO 308. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. I Want U (Marcel Dettmann interpretation) (5:17)
  2. I Want U (Terence Fixmer remix) (5:17)
Review: Munich machine DJ Hell returned with his fifth studio album entitled Zukunftsmusik in 2017. The German techno legend who over the years has been affiliated with such institutions as Grossenwahn (Munich), E-Werk and Tresor is of course also owner of International Deejay Gigolo Records: which recently celebrated its 20th anniversary. The track "I Want U" recently received a great remix by French electro legend The Hacker and now it gets some more hard hitting renditions. First up is Berghain resident Marcel Dettmann's version, which is not what you would expect from him. It sounding more like an '80s industrial version of sorts. On the flip, Terrence Fixmer delivers the goods as always with his grinding EBM rendition which will really set off the party.
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Played by: 3.14
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An Introduction Part 3
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  1. London Modular Alliance - "Crosstalk" (4:25)
  2. Upwellings - "Soft Shadows" (5:40)
  3. Mike Dehnert - "Tokio" (6:01)
  4. Obsolete Music Technology - "Comb Freq" (7:12)
Review: With its festival, International Series, DJ Directory and Soundsystem: Dimensions has become a leading name in the underground. In only a mere six years of existence thus far, that's quite impressive we must say! Now, they extend their influence with the start of a new label: Dimensions Recordings. It launches with a 12 track compilation across three separate discs. Where the first disc delved into the exotic and explored world music and soulful vibes, this edition features some cutting edge electronics from legends and new heroes of the scene alike. Electro heroes London Modular Alliance appear with their best impression of purist Detroit electro on "Crosstalk" while the A side also features the glacial dub techno tones of Upwellings' "Soft Shadows". On the flip, Fachwerk boss Mike Dehnert gives us the very Robert Hood sounding "Tokio"and Windy City legend Steven Tang aka Obsolete Music Technology appears with something harder than you'd usually expect from the man: on the gnarly analogue techno of "Comb Freq".
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Mechine EP
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Mechine EP (12")
Cat: SUED 017. Rel: 19 Jun 17
  1. Track 1 (6:12)
  2. Track 2 (5:50)
  3. Track 3 (7:05)
  4. Track 4 (5:35)
Review: More purist/deep techno jams on the classic Detroit influenced tip, courtesy of SUED and Acido co-head SVN. On the A side, we've got the deep and cyclical minimal loop "Track 1" while it also features the imaginatively titled "Track 2" which is funky and vaguely boogie influenced by way of classic retro-futurist vibes: loved this one. On the flip, things take a darker and harder turn on "Track 3" in a classic Ifach kind of way until "Track 4" gets all fierce: electro style on us, in that sub-aquatic Drexciyan kinda fashion. All killer no filler right here!
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Rehashing Cybermaze VR 1.1 EP
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  1. Alpex_2.0 (6:10)
  2. Neue_1.0 (5:55)
  3. Project_7575 (6:45)
  4. Project_8888_Crybeta (6:09)
Review: Regular sparring partners Barbir and Nicola Kazimir join forces once more, this time for an outing on Melliflow. This time round, they've taken electro as their starting point, tweaking the blueprint in a number of ways throughout. So, while opener "Apex_2.0" features the distinctive rhythmic tick of an electro beat, the actual drum sounds are crunchy and organic, with the acid lines that surround it being notably wild. "Nueue_1.0", on the other hand, sounds like a live drummer trying to keep up with an accompanying beatbox, while someone plays stargazing chords on a dusty old synth. Flipside cuts "Project_7575" and "Project_888_Crybeta" are both deeper and more intricate affairs, moving closer towards bubbly IDM territory whilst retaining the weightiness of dancefloor electro.
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Water Jump EP
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Water Jump EP (12" repress)
Cat: PH 021. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Water Jump (8:22)
  2. Drone Logic (7:32)
  3. Reception (6:12)
  4. A Quiet Life (10:14)
  5. Track 5 (locked groove) (0:12)
  6. Track 6 (locked groove) (0:09)
  7. Track 7 (locked groove) (0:08)
  8. Track 8 (locked groove) (0:06)
Review: This young DJ /producer is one of 2012's most promising new artists - take one listen to Water Jump and it's clear why he is so hyped. "Reception" uses a mutant, noisy take on Chicago house basslines to brutal effect, while "Drone Logic" also revisits the past to create a new vision for the future. There, heavy drums roll in and an old school progressive house bassline - one that sounds more Guerilla than Digweed - is chewed to pieces by bursts of electronic feedback. But it's "A Quiet Life" that really stands out. Underpinned by a splurging bass, haunting angelic voices breeze in as psychedelic drums that have little bearing to traditional house / techno structures explode through the speakers.
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Feeding The Fad
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Cat: UTTU 074. Rel: 03 Jul 17
  1. Feeding The Fad (4:51)
  2. Hip To The Hype (4:38)
  3. Probably Too Commercial (7:13)
Review: Label-hopping Dutchman DJ Overdose can usually be relied upon to bring the goods. Happily, he's in fine form on this first solo Unknown to the Unknown appearance since 2015's fantastic Housejam Freaker. Wisely, he's decided to steer clear of well-worn retro-futurist cliches (jungle breaks, hardcore revivalism and so on), instead delivering a trio of raw cuts that blend elements of electro, 1990 style European techno and blistering acid house. Flipside "Probably Too Commercial", a rough-and-ready dose of distorted, high octane electro smothered in alien electronics, is probably the pick of the bunch, though sweaty, stab-tastic opener "Feeding The Fad" - all razor-sharp electronic riffs, wayward drum machine beats and old school vocal samples - also impresses.
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Played by: Cape Cod
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Sturm Und Drang
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Sturm Und Drang (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: SHIP 051. Rel: 10 Jul 17
  1. Sturm Und Drang (8:30)
  2. First Mover (8:34)
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Tetrahymena
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Tetrahymena (12" repress)
Cat: LSR 007. Rel: 12 Jun 17
  1. Tetrahymena
  2. Gene Silencing
  3. Zygote
Review: The somewhat mysterious Dopplereffekt project founded by Drexciya's Gerald Donald ends their six year production hiatus with this Tetrahymena EP for Berlin label Leisure System. Established by Donald in the mid '90s, Dopplereffekt remain one of techno's most enigmatic propositions with their brand of cold, stark electro complemented by a bold, Cold War-indebted aesthetic and a general disregard for performing live or giving interviews. Though Donald has remained active production wise, developing the NRSB-11 project with DJ Stingray which recently saw the release of the politically loaded Commodified album, the Tetrahymena EP is a welcome return for Dopplereffekt and undoubtedly the most high profile release yet from Leisure System.
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Neue Dimensionen
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Cat: MNQ 094. Rel: 12 Jun 17
  1. Intro (1:36)
  2. Neue Dimensionen (7:53)
  3. Neue Dimensionen (instrumental) (6:04)
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Exahertz
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Exahertz (limited numbered hand-stamped 12" in silk-screen sleeve)
Cat: BT 19. Rel: 10 Jul 17
  1. Cygonic System (3:21)
  2. Tool Matter (4:17)
  3. End Of Your Orbit (4:41)
  4. Octogon X (5:42)
  5. Pseudo Bavaria (5:06)
  6. Lost Wires (2:50)
Review: Mysterious hardware fetishist XY0815 recently pricked our consciousness via a fine contribution to Pulse Drift's Transmission Europa compilation. On this fine debut single, the man or woman of mystery makes good on that early promise. Perhaps what's most impressive is the variety on show. One minute, you're daydreaming of an unlikely collaboration between Kraftwerk and Pete Namlook ("Cygonic System"), the next casting glances towards the Motor City via the deep Drexciyan dive of "End of Your Orbit". The EP also includes a trip into psychedelic intelligent techno/electro fusion ("Octagon X"), a blissfully spacey ambient workout ("Lost Wires") and a punchy electro box jam ("Tool Matter"). A star is born.
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Played by: Tagwell Woods, DJ Glow
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Brabant Shrobbeler
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Brabant Shrobbeler (1-sided 12'')
Cat: BK 12X1205BLACK. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Brabant Shrobbeler (20:53)
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Interstate
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Interstate (12")
Cat: AER 029. Rel: 12 Jun 17
  1. Interstate (6:33)
  2. Turkey Skank (6:18)
  3. Hibernation Drive (6:15)
Played by: DJ Mau Mau
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PLAZA 001
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PLAZA 001 (12")
Cat: PLAZA 001. Rel: 10 Jul 17
  1. Atripat - "Garbage Fire With A Gold Frame" (3:13)
  2. Consulate - "Zersetsung" (5:46)
  3. Lanngman - "80017A" (4:46)
  4. Mike Midnight - "CL CL" (4:37)
Review: Australians seem to be doing something right with their house music these days, with Perth being a veritable hotbed for quality dance music all-round! The Plaza boys launch their own label here, a debut spear-headed by a delightful collaborative EP which spans all corners of the so-called 'outsider' realm. Atripat opens with a curious cocktail of dizzy, distorted sonics lulling about to a groove made of bleeps and sporadic injections of melodies, which is a perfect way for Consulate to drop the grungy electro of "Zersetsung" on our asses. The flipside is inaugurated by Lanngman's "80017A", another feisty, mutant bass-boasting bullet of electro weaponised to the teeth with raw jungle breaks, so it's up to Mike Midnight to settle the scores with a comparatively gentler house framework in the form of "CL CL". Don't fret, though, there is plenty of dread and hardcore sensibility even in the more restrained moments throughout this fine opening EP from Plaza.
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Phile
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Phile (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DSR 001. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Found In Blood
  2. Marauder
  3. Abhor
  4. Govern This
  5. Deadzone
Review: Proof of the rude health of the Australian underground abounds with this new label from Phile, who step out with a self-titled debut EP that tells you all you need to know. This is searing, brutalist techno crafted with invention and imagination - the dense crackle of the beats and scorched peals of synth on "Found In Blood" are a visceral force to behold. "Marauder" is mellow by comparison, furnishing a minimal beat with live bass, dramatic string licks and steadily building atmospherics. The analogue dirt of "Abhor" is positively evil, and that's before Karina Utomo's none-scarier vocals come into play. Brimming with personality and demanding of your attention, Phile made themselves a duo to watch in one fell swoop.
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Split Excursions Vol 1
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  1. Sync 24 & Privacy - "Hard To Tell" (5:26)
  2. Sync 24 & Privacy - "General Data Standard" (5:16)
  3. DeFeKT - "MG1" (5:04)
  4. DeFeKT - "MG2" (5:38)
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Blue Function EP
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Blue Function EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIVOD 016. Rel: 22 May 17
  1. Coco Diaz (4:57)
  2. Splash (5:05)
  3. Nothing To Say (5:04)
  4. Blue Function (4:57)
Review: Brassica is a trusted staple in the field of outboard house and techno, from time served on labels as esteemed as Dissident and Civil Music through to more recent outings on Feel My Bicep and others. Here The UK producer has been snapped up by Vivod for four tracks of deep analogue house and electro to warm the cockles a treat. "Coco Diaz" is a tightly wound jam that hinges on a broken beat, while "Splash" opens out into a blissful melancholic reverie. "Nothing To Say" amps up the sleaze and the acid a treat before "Blue Function" heads into more trippy soundtrack territory.
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Boite De 4
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Boite De 4 (12")
Cat: CCRT07AM 04. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. C Monday (4:54)
  2. Cordon Bleu (K7 mix) (5:24)
  3. Taupe Wings (5:29)
  4. 12h45 (5:13)
Review: Their "T'es Plus Le Meme Depuis Que T'as Change" EP still rattling minds, cages and dancefloors, D.Ko's soul men step over to Paris's Concrete and proceed to lay down more blissed, blessy and oft broken jams. "C Monday" flexes on a classic electro beat with windy synths and spoken word breezing across the landscape, "Cordon Bleu" grits up for a warehouse shuffle sesh, "Taupe Wings" applies a little acid to a balmy collection of string samples a la deep house mode while "12h45" closes the electroid loop with another 707 beat pattern and sinewy acid scribbles. Bon nuit!
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Nouveau Synthetic Compositions
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Nouveau Synthetic Compositions (limited gatefold 7" + CD)
Cat: OMNICDV 07. Rel: 20 Oct 14
  1. Beta Waves
  2. Changing Form
  3. Changing Form
  4. Beta Waves
  5. Oscar Styles
  6. Finding Time
  7. Nu Romantic Soul
  8. Helix Patters
  9. Kaleidoscope
  10. Cosmelians
Review: If you haven't heard of Nu Era, both the artist name and the title of this new EP would suggest a synthy, possibly modular affair with little structure or seductive beats. In reality, Nu Era is Marc Mac's techno project, and it was last year's "The Third Adam" which caught our attention onto his style of beat-making. This new gatefold 7" with CD contains an incorrigibly diverse set of club sounds for the more daring of DJ's. From house to techno and broken beat, Mac certainly knows how to set a part on fire. Our picks from here are the instantly alluring groove of "Changing Form", the jazzy breaks of "Oscar Styles", and drum machine deviation that is "Finding Time". Top notch!
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Swurlk EP
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Swurlk EP (12")
Cat: BBB 006. Rel: 19 Jun 17
  1. Swurlk (Snarlfingercroak mix) (5:20)
  2. Evenhark (6:22)
  3. Swarm (5:33)
  4. ELCASET_TESTGROOVE (5:42)
Review: Last time we heard from Stian "EOD" Gjevik in December 2017, he was gathering together the best of his self-released material for a fine compilation on WeMe (the must-have EODS). Here, the sometime Rephlex artist delivers his first EP of unheard tracks since 2014. There's naturally much to admire, from the vintage IDM melodies, braindance acid lines and glistening analogue electronics of life-affirming opener "Swurlk (Snarlfingercroak Mix), to the full-throttle, warehouse-friendly techno-rave insanity of "Swarm". Elsewhere, he peppers a two-step influenced rhythm track with luscious chords and bubbly analogue bass on "ELCASET_TESTGROOVE" and offers a thrilling trip into classic braindance territory (the standout "Evenhark").
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PI03
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PI03 (12" + insert)
Cat: PE 03. Rel: 10 Jul 17
  1. PI03.1 (5:40)
  2. PI03.2 (5:15)
  3. PI03.3 (3:07)
  4. PI03.4 (7:19)
  5. PI03.5 (4:15)
Played by: Lee Fraged, 3.14
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Mario EP
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Mario EP (12" + insert)
Cat: OUZ 01. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Mario (5:34)
  2. Lens (4:41)
  3. Mario (DJ Stingray remix) (4:37)
  4. Yagharek (5:03)
Played by: Savile, ASOK
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Dirty Songs
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Cat: DE 092. Rel: 08 Jun 15
  1. Nothing Is True; Everything Is Permitted (instrumental) (4:54)
  2. Breakin' Indistortion (instrumental) (4:16)
  3. A Dirty Song (instrumental) (5:05)
  4. Et (4:10)
Review: Dark Entries know their stuff when it comes to '80s synth pop reissues, and this latest reissue of Carlos Peron's Dirty Songs single is a sign of just how deep into the crates these guys get. Originally out over thirty years ago, these instrumentals are still total killers and will go down a storm in most DJ sets which venture out of the 4/4 formula. "Nothing Is True; Everything Is Permitted" and "Breakin' Indistortion" are particularly fresh and must have truly cut the edge back then: metallic drum machine beats and sparse melodies ring away into the cavernous ambience created by Peron. Wonderful and highly recommended.
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So Tell Me Tell Me
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So Tell Me Tell Me (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ERC 040. Rel: 12 Jun 17
  1. So, Tell Me, Tell Me (vocal mix) (6:41)
  2. So, Tell Me, Tell Me (trance mix) (5:42)
  3. So, Tell Me, Tell Me (clubhouse mix) (6:03)
Review: Emotional Rescue's love affair with Dancefloor Records continues apace as they turn their attention to the staggeringly futuristic freestyle of Shavonne. Like much dance music of the era, Shavonne was something of a shortlived talent, but the production on "So, Tell Me, Tell Me" is next level for the original release date of 1989. On the "Clubhouse Mix" there are all kinds of classic rave samples knocking about in the mix while the "Trance Mix" pares things down to a sensual core, but it's in fact the bombast of the original "Vocal Mix" that really catches the ear. With it's pitched up vocals and nimble 808 beat programming it could easily align with Rustie and the like.
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3D The Catalogue
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3D The Catalogue (Blu-ray + DVD)
Cat: 019029 5924973. Rel: 05 Jun 17
  1. Blu-ray + DVD
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Need Electric EP
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Need Electric EP (12" repress)
Cat: PH 020. Rel: 05 Jun 17
  1. Need Electric (6:07)
  2. Taste (7:21)
  3. One In The Wave (3:56)
  4. The Eagle (6:49)
  5. Loop 1 (0:10)
  6. Loop 2 (0:11)
  7. Loop 3 (0:11)
  8. Loop 4 (0:10)
  9. Loop 5 (0:11)
Review: Although there's always been a sense of momentum driving Daniel Avery, those gears have switched up a notch or two this year, possibly linked to his decision to quit recording under the name Stopmakingme. His arrival on Erol Alkan's Phantasy Sound imprint seems so natural it's strange that it's only happened now, and means the Bournemouth lad done good has essentially worked with his two teen idols in Alkan and Weatherall. The Need Electric EP arrives just as Avery has let slip his commission to complete a Fabric Live mix and the four tracks have him working fully with a vocalist for the first time. The title track pays homage to Avery's formative Electroclash years, bringing the attitude of Miss Kittin and The Hacker up to 21st Century scratch as the stripped down groove twists itself ever tighter around the detuned analogue core. "Taste" and "One In The Wave" will mess with peoples expectations (in the best way possible) whilst "The Eagle" shows Avery has learnt plenty since joining Weatherall's Scrutton Street mafia.
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Adieux Au Dancefloor
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Adieux Au Dancefloor (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: CITI 021. Rel: 10 Oct 16
  1. I Dedicate My Life (5:50)
  2. Interfaces (4:45)
  3. Naive To The Bone (4:06)
  4. Denial (4:03)
  5. La Femme Ecarlate (3:47)
  6. Good Vibes (Mocking Birds) (4:54)
  7. Inferno (4:58)
  8. Planete Ego (6:33)
  9. Adieu Au Dancefloor (6:01)
Review: Given the underground acclaim heaped on Marie Davidson's previous albums - ultra-stylish affairs that blend elements of minimal wave, dark Italo-disco, off-kilter electro and moody ambient - it's little surprise to see her popping up on Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax. The album's nine tracks are largely sharp, rough and fuzzy, with sparse-but-dense drum machines rhythms underpinning bouncy, delay-laden synth lines, thrusting electronics and Davidson's sleazy, spoken word vocals. It's an attractive combination that guarantees thrills throughout, from the almost claustrophobic throb of "Denial", to the mutant electrofunk bounce of "Good Vibes".
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Uprising
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Uprising (12")
Cat: SHIP 047. Rel: 12 Jun 17
  1. Days Of Rage (5:08)
  2. Stones & Sticks (4:55)
  3. Glasgow To Detroit (4:22)
  4. Daisy Cutter (4:41)
  5. Uprising (5:36)
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New Beta Vol 1
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Cat: DIAG 038. Rel: 19 Jun 17
  1. Teddy (1:37)
  2. Freezer (4:18)
  3. Wormhole (5:05)
  4. 97 (2:23)
  5. The Bust (3:13)
  6. Dogs On Acid (4:51)
  7. Electric Sheep (2:13)
Review: Always one to keep us on our toes, Diagonal bossman Powell steps away from his XL output for this sudden mini album that's strictly vinyl and likely to be limited. Unpredictably, fizzy, fun and often perplexing, no one blends influences and bends machines quite like this man. From the anarchic double-speed new beat paranoia of "Wormhole" to the weirded out time signature and spasmodic sines of "Dogs On Acid" via the mangled reece and death metal tones of "97", this is Powell at his most comfortable, insincere and experimental. Grab it while you can.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan, 3.14, Tasker
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Cellular Automata
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Cellular Automata (LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: LSR 020. Rel: 10 Apr 17
  1. Cellular Automata (4:59)
  2. Von Neumann Probe (3:27)
  3. Gestalt Intelligence (3:42)
  4. Isotropy (5:07)
  5. Pascal's Recursion (4:07)
  6. Ulams Spiral (4:10)
  7. Mandelbrot Set (3:46)
  8. Spirangle (4:20)
  9. Exponential Decay (4:26)
Review: By now, Dopplereffekt has released so much music that we feel almost guilty in having to introduce it to you. But, perhaps it's a good thing to highlight just what this project is about, and what it has achieved throughout all these years. Founded by Gerald Donald of Drexciya, and now sidekicked with the help of the lesser known Michaela To-Nhan Bertal, Dopplereffekt has been the only real electro outfit to push the genre beyond the confines of its 80s inception. While many other electro projects repeat the same tried and tested formulas on a weekly basis, these two minds have produced some of the most singular and explorative deviations of the style. This new album, Cellular Automata, comes through for Berlin's Leisure System at a time when the scene is in real need of a fresh perspective, and by that we mean the electronic sphere as a whole. These nine tracks cannot be classed as 'ambient' music, there is too much movement and energy amid its pensive waves but, at the same time, it would be difficult to class it as a dance album. There, right in at the core of it all, Dopplereffekt plant their energetic waves of electrifying bass into vast and desolate soundscapes that transport you into a strange and complex world. A planet we'd very much like to visit more often.
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Nothing Left To Believe In
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Cat: ZONE 29. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Nothing Left To Believe In (5:40)
  2. Blast Cut (4:51)
  3. Regulator (5:39)
  4. Trouble With Thinking Too Much Acid (5:54)
  5. War Dance (5:20)
Review: Fresh from his gritty analogue adventures on the likes of Boys Noize's BNR and I Love Acid, Venezuelan sonic shapeshifter and uncompromised texture blender Cardopusher makes his debut on The Hacker's Zone imprint. Once again it's a visceral, physical odyssey that's tailored for the latest hours in the darkest rooms. Highlights include the sense-tricking paranoia of "Trouble With Too Much Acid", the bone snapping kicks and rising hook of "Blast Cut" and the stark, stripped back metallic rhythm of "Regulate".
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Mindfighter EP
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Cat: HNRUK 004. Rel: 03 Jul 17
  1. Mindfighter (6:31)
  2. Nightmare City (5:32)
  3. Lost In The Mirror Maze (6:50)
  4. Jennifer Has Some Strange Ideas (5:41)
Played by: Dj soFa, Pletnev
44
D'Arcangelo EP
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Cat: SUCTION 039. Rel: 26 Jun 17
  1. Somewhere In Time (6:37)
  2. Ro-hn (5:10)
  3. Skrakt (3:20)
  4. Diagram XI (3:58)
  5. Diagram VII (Milk mix) (5:43)
  6. Diagram VII (80's mix) (5:22)
Review: Brothers Fabio and Marco D'Arcangelo can trace their roots back to Rome's industrial techno revolution of the early 1990s, but are arguably best known for their frequent outings on Rephlex. This EP originally came out on Richard D James and Grant Wilson-Claridge's imprint way back in 1996, when they were still beginning their musical journey. It remains a blisteringly good six-tracker, with highlights including the raw, Aphex Twin-influenced "Somewhere in Time", the guttural, fuzz-drenched post-electro rhythms and Kraftwerk bleeps of "Diagram VII (Milk Mix)", and the pleasingly skuzzy industrial hip-hop of "Skrakt". Arguably best of all, though, is the shimmering "80s Mix" of "Diagram 7", which recasts the track as a melodic chunk of funk-fuelled electro.
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XXX 004 Part Two
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  1. Alterleo - "Train To..." (6:59)
  2. Al Gobi - "Rule Of Three" (9:02)
  3. Jack Pattern & John Parsley - "Kaboom" (5:55)
  4. Roger Van Lunteren - "On And Dna No (The Sun Riser)" (5:06)
  5. Phil Gerus - "Prelude To Love" (4:37)
Review: The XXX crew are on a mission to celebrate the adventurous and utterly well-informed dance music scene of Amsterdam, and they move to the fourth release on their label with a strong cast of characters that all have something different to say. Alterleo opens up the 12" with the low-throbbing psyche out of "Train To..." before Al Gobi takes over with the aqueous hardware house bubbles of "Rule Of Three". On the B side, Jack Pattern & John Parsley work together to lay down a fierce blend of industrial and disco that will send shivers down your spine. Roger Van Lunteren meanwhile revels in the squelchiest kind of esoteric acid with a new age mystique thrown in for good measure, and then Phil Gerus provides a soothing soliloquy to finish this distinctive record off.
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Gentrified Underground Youth
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Cat: LESPOINTS 009. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Ambientsecondlife (5:00)
  2. Yellowbrockihilfigerjacketpianostyles (5:03)
  3. Postzhicago (5:42)
  4. 4G In Space Third Eye Opener (5:39)
  5. 1000eons (4:55)
  6. Angrymarxistinhell (5:11)
  7. Keeeeeegeldspooky2 (5:07)
  8. X:x=x, =(), La Lune (5:18)
  9. NVDLFT 176 (4:47)
  10. Drones For Virtual DJ Sets (2:46)
  11. 2 Girls & One IDM Bleep Vol 3 (2:15)
  12. Happyorganicglutants (4:46)
  13. Hanifastbruelletakaialmostcried (4:54)
Review: Swiss quartet Les Points are comprised of Audino, Barbir, LOUH and Nicola Kazimir and are part of a new breed of minimal house musicians and DJs that are hybridising the reductionist groove of early Perlon with Detroit electro-funk sounds of Drexciya or Ectomorph to stunning effect, alongside other purveyors like Italy's Spacetravel or Saverio Celestri. For the label's ninth release, the reins are handed over to Barbir and Kazimir (who often work as a duo) and the results are always nothing short of remarkable. Gentrified Underground Youth LP features a dozen wacky cuts traversing a universe of all things analogue, vintage, lo-fi and classic: but timeless all the same. Tip!
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Bonesbreaks Volume 16-1
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  1. You Got The Groove Move (6:16)
  2. The Big Break Theory (5:13)
  3. The Bass Is Felt (5:30)
  4. Underground Bounce (5:25)
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Homecoming Remixes
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Cat: HITS 12. Rel: 26 Jun 17
  1. Voices (Andrew Weatherhill remix) (8:32)
  2. Oceans (Tolouse Low Trax - Drahcira Last dance mix) (6:53)
  3. Homecoming (MR TC remix) (7:56)
Review: Australian label Hole In The Sky pride themselves on 'releasing the unusual'. That means never sticking to the same thing, and always, repeat, always diversifying their catalogue; after all, they are responsible for bringing the likes of Tame Impala on the scene, so they should be treated with the upmost respect. This time it's Heart People's Homecoming to receive the remix treatment, and London veteran Andrew Weatherall proceeds to transform "Voices" into a pounding, acid-driven house banger still intact with the original's poppy vocals. On the flip, our main man Toulouse Low Trax drops a magnificently leftfield groove to transform "Oceans" into a strange little percussive number filled with murky sub-tones, which leaves MR TC to reframe "Homecoming" into a slow, pulsating glow of bass and abstract melodies lingering like fireflies in mid-air. We've been taken in by the light...
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan, Dj soFa
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Outdives EP
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Cat: AF 007. Rel: 10 Jul 17
  1. Ten Ton Fenix (Unchosen) (6:30)
  2. Rearrnged (Vntr 3rd CAT & 7 Melting Pot) (2:41)
  3. FX Mod DAISY CHAIN 5o (Ext 4perv) (3:47)
  4. Aegis Outdive (SF) (4:28)
  5. Nked Gutt (Unearthed Outdive) (2:33)
  6. OSwaldtrace [-/+2] (3:36)
Played by: Tagwell Woods
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Untitled
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Untitled (limited 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: BLUNDAR 2. Rel: 03 Jul 17
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
  5. Track 5
  6. Track 6
  7. Track 7
  8. Track 8
  9. Track 9
Review: German techno champ Alex Cortex hasn't released an album since 2011's Kihon on Pomelo, but the prolific and long-serving artist is rarely resting on his laurels. Having released just one other EP from Lowtec, Blundar now presents a new untitled LP from Cortex that should satisfy fans of his leftfield approach to techno in all its forms. "Track 2" is a masterclass in how to work breakbeats into techno without sounding forced or false, while "Track 4" blooms from delicate ambience to snagging broken beat with the grace you can only find with such a seasoned vet. Spanning many moods, tempos and rhythms, this is a perfect demonstration of the many engrossing approaches Cortex can attempt and succeed at within the many-sided realm of techno.
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