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Time Marches On Part 2
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  1. DJ Overdose - "Arecibo" (5:12)
  2. Tr One - "Escape From Enceladus" (8:37)
  3. Raiders Of The Lost ARP - "Equinox" (7:00)
  4. Automatic Tasty - "I Can't Find My Own Manual (How Therefore Am I To Restore To My Factory Settings?)" (5:09)
Review: You can always rely on Dublin's Lunar Disko Records to provide the heat; this time it's in the form of some heavyweight electro vibes by the industry's best and brightest. But this is no surprise given the imprint's invariable doses of quality. First up is Dutch maestro DJ Overdose with "Arecibo", a comparatively more pensive and introspective electro appearance than his usual work, but TR One's "Escape From Enceladus" takes this pensive sway of synths and crystal-like sonics to an even deeper level. Raiders Of The Lost Arp kick off the flip side with the smooth and suave flow of "Equinox", this one belonging more to the house end of the spectrum, whereas Automatic Tasty comes through with a quirky little digi number with the aptly odd name of "I Can't Find My Own Manual (How Therefore Am I To Restore My Factory Settings?)". A tidy little blast of synth-filled goods.
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Groovepressure 13
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Groovepressure 13 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GROOVE 13. Rel: 15 May 17
  1. No Mistake (8:03)
  2. Rebirth (5:39)
  3. A Squared Groove (7:42)
  4. Real Thing (6:24)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Groovepressure is back by popular demand after a 13 year hiatus and kicking things off with re-releases and new productions from the original Groovepressure artists. Taking influence from original UK techouse and techbreaks, Detroit techno, Chicago House, electro, deep house and 90's electronica, Groovepressure is about keeping these influences fresh whilst looking towards the future. Releases will include new music plus re-masters and remixes of sought-after Groove Pressure classics. Groovepressure came from the underground and had support from legends like Laurent Garnier and Andrew Weatherall with recent support from the newer school including Onur Ozer and Raresh. A² (aka Andy Panayi and Alec Stone) are London bred artists who originally appeared on Groovepressure in 2001. Their tracks will form the first comeback release on Groovepressure. "No Mistake" and "Rebirth" are both re-mastered Groovepressure classics in their own unique tech-breaks style whilst "A² Groove" and "Real Thing" are new releases taken from the vaults and keeping the same vibe.
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Perte D'Identite (reissue)
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Cat: WYS 005. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Prelude (7:58)
  2. Abduction (6:07)
  3. Shaky Leg (3:05)
  4. Vie Et Mort D'un Ego (3:59)
  5. Je Ne T'aime Pas (5:15)
  6. Perte D'identite (7:15)
  7. Shaky Leg (Cristobal U & The Mole remix) (6:15)
Played by: Kris Baha
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Consciousness
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Cat: TMM 001. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Another Life (6:35)
  2. Test 003 (6:01)
  3. Test 005 (4:36)
Review: Italian microhouse hero in Berlin Spacetravel returns after some stellar releases on minimal institution Perlon; who presented his brilliant Dancing Therapy LP last year and that great Time To Wake Up EP on Vera and Alexandra's Melliflow. Here he inaugurates his rather aptly titled Traveling Without Moving with three cuts of reductionist minifunk on the Consciousness EP. The unmistakable richness and grit of analogue machines fuel the Drexciyan derived electro shenanigans of "Test 05", while "Test 03" calls to mind mid nineties Midwest techno of greats like Dan Curtin.
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Spacer Woman
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Spacer Woman (12" + insert repress)
Cat: DE 077. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Spacer Woman (7:20)
  2. Spacer Woman (instrumental) (7:30)
Review: It would be fair to say that Charlie's "Spacer Woman" is one of the better-known Italo-disco anthems, which makes it all the more surprising that Dark Entries has chosen to reissue it. This is not a criticism, though; they've given Maurice Cavalieri and Giorgio Stefani's original the remaster treatment, and it sounds even more alien, exciting and oddball as it did back in 1983. The original vocal version - all woozy synths, throbbing arpeggios, wonky beats and typically eccentric vocals - is backed by the Instrumental version, which is the preferred mix of choice for many Italo DJs. If it's not in your collection already, it should be.
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Fall Elsewhere & Shatter
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Fall Elsewhere & Shatter (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PBD 07. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. One Minute (After Death) (5:53)
  2. I Am A Ghost (6:12)
  3. The Man With The Deadly Dreams (5:23)
  4. Pelican (3:40)
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Robin Chasing Butterflies
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Cat: PEARS 2. Rel: 15 May 17
  1. Robin Chasing Butterflies (7:50)
  2. Eels (5:44)
  3. Heal Me (5:54)
Review: Crisp sonics as always from the man like David Kennedy; "Robin Chasing Butterflies" continues to plot Pearson Sound's never ended journey into evocative, textured electronic pastures. The title track flutters with flighty electro breakbeasts and a weave of bright, hopefully arpeggios while "Eels" plays the consummate flip - slithering, shadowy, and worm-like in the way it develops, it pulls you in almost hypnotically. We return to the club-friendly beats as "Heal Me" concludes business with a smoky, dark room broken house aesthetic where the hi-hats and foggy pads and atmospheres do all the talking. Singular.
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Outer Limits
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Cat: CPU 00101110. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Outer Limits (5:12)
  2. I Was All Alone (2:29)
  3. Cutty Told Me (4:43)
  4. Bitty Ends (4:34)
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CLS 001
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CLS 001 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: CLS 001. Rel: 22 May 17
  1. Mono Mind Cypher (5:40)
  2. Paralaxis (5:12)
  3. Secret State (6:12)
  4. Secret State (Sync 24 remix) (5:22)
Review: Caught London Sleeping kick things off with four moody Electro excursions from emerging and promising young producer Stratowerx who has released previously on Clouded Vision and Bade. Edging towards the darker side of the realm the London based producer uncompromisingly serves up an EP (backed with a remix from electro stalwart Sync24) of raw electro and techno cuts for the dance floor.
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Played by: Kondaktor
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Split EP
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Split EP (12")
Cat: ASDISCOBAR 01. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Norken & Nyquist - "Aux Patch" (6:12)
  2. Lerosa - "Love Money" (6:21)
  3. Robin Ordell & Seuil - "Activation Synthesis" (6:21)
  4. Robin Ordell & Seuil - "808 Cabriolet" (5:54)
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Sunday Night Live At The Laptop Cafe
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  1. The Other People Place - "Sorrow & A Cup Of Joe" (6:23)
  2. Mystic Tribe AI - "Telepathic Seduction" (5:44)
Review: Given that Warp has finally bowed to pressure and reissued James Stinson's sole album under The Other People Place guise (2001's peerless Lifestyles of the Laptop Cafe), there was an inevitability about this 12" getting the re-press treatment. It first came out on Clone back in 2002, and paired a fine Stinson solo effort with a rare outing for DJ Stingray as Mystic Tribe A.I. Stinson's "Sorrow & A Cup of Joe" is a thing of rare beauty: a spacey, 4/4 electro cut blessed with bubbly electronics, alien chord progressions, heavy sub-bass and a fluttering, melancholic vocal sample. On the flip, Stingray's "Telepathic Production" is a dreamy chunk of outer space warmth driven by chunky hip-hop breakbeats and an undulating bassline.
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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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SP 003 (feat DJ Spider mixes)
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SP 003 (feat DJ Spider mixes) (180 gram vinyl 12" + hand screen printed sleeve)
Cat: SP 003. Rel: 13 Mar 17
  1. 132 Breaks (5:32)
  2. Some Jan (4:38)
  3. BIDNIZ (DJ Spider remix) (5:15)
  4. Back In 4 (4:29)
  5. BIDNIZ (4:14)
  6. Some Jan (DJ Spider remix) (5:01)
Review: London label Spinning Plates steps up for round three with the lesser known talents of Nekhsa throwing down some crucial electro styles. "132 Breaks" is an utterly minimalist slice of drum machine funk, and completely infectious with it, while "Some Jan" works a cheeky bassline rub into the sparse soundscape. "Back In 4" and "BIDNIZ" are both just as reduced in their construction, but then it's up to DJ Spider to weigh in with a pair of remixes that find the New York producer on savage form. His version of "BIDNIZ" is a dense, cloying workout loaded with sinister sound design, while "Some Jan" turns into an apocalyptic techno destroyer in his capable hands.
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JUNE 11
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JUNE 11 (12" + 7")
Cat: JUNE 11. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. MSD (version Deux) (5:52)
  2. Pyre (5:05)
  3. Simulacron-3 (6:27)
  4. The Visit (4:51)
  5. Praescitum (5:03)
  6. Threat Generator (3:50)
  7. Behind The Curtain (4:05)
Played by: Kondaktor
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Voiceless Z
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Voiceless Z (limited hand-numbered 12")
Cat: AF 005Z. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Helena Hauff - "Queens & Horses" (6:10)
  2. CCO - "Stuxnet" (5:13)
  3. B12 - "Unknown 12" (4:54)
  4. Lowfish - "A List Of Ghosts" (5:17)
  5. Endfest - "Poppenkast" (3:47)
Played by: Tagwell Woods
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Dualism
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Dualism (12" + postcard)
Cat: DE 154. Rel: 17 Apr 17
  1. Anything (4:54)
  2. Losing Touch (4:44)
  3. Emails 2 Myself (feat Marie Davidson) (4:25)
  4. Emails 2 Myself (Out Of Office version) (4:27)
Review: Mask-wearing eccentric Solitary Dancer made his vinyl debut last year, delivering an EP of alternately dark and ghostly electro workouts on Graded. Here he pops up on San Francisco's mighty Dark Entries imprint with more analogue-rich chunks of atmospheric electro. He begins with the sub-bass heavy shuffle and restless synthesizer melodies of the moody, EBM-influenced "Anything", before melding demonic voices and trippy electronics to a bombastic electro beat on "Losing Touch". Flip to the B-side for the dark Italo throb of "Emails 2 Myself", where Marie Davidson provides a particularly stylish spoken word vocal. It's accompanied by the Out of Office version, which strips out Davidson's vocal to give the instrumental groove more room to breathe.
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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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System Check EP
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Cat: SAT 39. Rel: 07 May 07
  1. Overdrive
  2. Real Pimp
  3. Internal Software
  4. Darkness Falling
Review: From the wide boulevards of Phoenix, Arizona, Satamile introduce one of our newest signings, Illektrolab. "System Check" features some amazing electro. Illektrolab is quite a scratch master as well, as you can hear on the flip side to this EP.
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Played by: THE EXALTICS
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U Star EP (Tuff City Kids Mixes)
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Cat: USR 000. Rel: 24 Apr 17
  1. Phantom Slasher (Tuff City Kids mix) (7:21)
  2. Phantom Slasher (Tuff City Kids Tribales bonus) (3:57)
  3. Jesta Twakling Whok Tish (Tuff City Kids Afro Cosmic mix) (6:42)
  4. Jazz Fook (Tuff City Kids Lectro Fook mix) (6:29)
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Neo Ouija
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Neo Ouija (clear vinyl LP)
Cat: DUKE 158DJV. Rel: 22 May 17
  1. Neo Ouija (6:54)
  2. Solange Jimenez (7:06)
  3. 2nd Floor Flat (0:17)
  4. Escher Escalator (4:44)
  5. Vanishing Point (6:43)
  6. Piano (2:34)
  7. Hamberg Trick (5:09)
  8. So Many Ways (5:55)
  9. Beautiful Mutations (7:22)
  10. Evening Star (4:24)
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Split
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Split (hand-stamped 12" + insert limited to 200 copies)
Cat: DDQ 02. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Colours Of Infinity - "The Gate" (4:00)
  2. Colours Of Infinity - "Replicator" (6:02)
  3. Blackmoon77 - "Intention2Work" (6:22)
  4. Blackmoon77 - "Experimental Disorder" (7:13)
Played by: Savile
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3D The Catalogue
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3D The Catalogue (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: 019029 5924942. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Autobahn (8:52)
  2. Geiger Counter (5:36)
  3. Radioactivity (6:47)
  4. Trans Europe Express (3:19)
  5. Metal On Metal (2:20)
  6. Abzug (2:15)
  7. The Man Machine (5:10)
  8. Numbers (2:58)
  9. Computer World (3:22)
  10. Boing Boom Tschak (2:33)
  11. Techno Pop (2:47)
  12. Music Non Stop (7:42)
  13. The Robots (7:44)
  14. Tour De France (4:20)
  15. Prologue (0:27)
  16. Etape 1 (3:48)
  17. Chrono (1:10)
  18. Etape 2 (5:00)
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Blueshifted People (In A Redshifted Neighbourhood)
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  1. IC 3258 (5:08)
  2. GC 4406 (4:42)
  3. RMB 56 (2:42)
  4. NGC 4569 (6:08)
  5. NGC 4192 (4:49)
Review: Alek Stark aka Serafin Gallego is a Madrid electro producer. He is also known for his work on Transient Force Records, Disko B, Last Known Trajectory, Titan's Halo and his label Fundamental Records. Also known as Invisible Man and Afterfuture, he is responsible for some pretty impressive releases in the last 15 years. His 808 boxes, DMX drum machine replica and design for Fundamental Records is legendary in the electro fraternity. He pulls no punches on this release with heavy 808 percussion alongside a myriad of modular noise and synth workouts. Cold and robotic with deep chorused pads creating an off-world dystopian theme that runs throughout this release.
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The Closet Tapes
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The Closet Tapes (limited numbered gatefold pink vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: EE 016RTM. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Bezier - "Anathema" (4:44)
  2. Andy Butler - "Vlaamsekat!" (5:06)
  3. Adriano Canzian - "Kiss Me So More" (6:59)
  4. Hard Ton - "Dark Star Crashes" (feat Popsimonova) (6:51)
  5. Eddy De Clercq & Friends - "Sea Sex & Sun" (Laurent & Lewis Electro club remix) (8:26)
  6. This Cold Night - "Gay Goth Dance Machine" (3:13)
  7. Jean Petitjean - "Doom Alarm" (Rude 66 edit) (5:32)
  8. Gaytron - "Mannerliebe 2017" (3:27)
  9. Venderstrooik - "Poisoned Apple" (3:36)
  10. Skeleton Head - "Beaten Bloody Bruised" (Pink mix) (3:24)
  11. Jorge Socarras & Pierre Klein - "Story Ends" (Rude 66 mix) (6:42)
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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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3D The Catalogue
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3D The Catalogue (9xLP box set + MP3 download code)
Cat: 019029 5923518. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Autobahn (14:27)
  2. Kometenmelodie 1 (5:29)
  3. Kometenmelodie 2 (3:37)
  4. Mitternacht (2:10)
  5. Morgenspaziergang (1:21)
  6. Geiger Counter (0:31)
  7. Radioactivity (6:14)
  8. Radioland (5:57)
  9. Intermission (0:25)
  10. News (1:22)
  11. Airwaves (6:02)
  12. The Voice Of Energy (0:50)
  13. Antenna (3:38)
  14. Radio Stars (2:18)
  15. Uranium (1:24)
  16. Transistor (1:14)
  17. Ohm Sweet Ohm (3:00)
  18. Trans-Europe Express (3:18)
  19. Metal On Metal (2:20)
  20. Abzug (2:16)
  21. Showroom Dummies (3:41)
  22. Franz Schubert (1:13)
  23. Europe Endless (5:58)
  24. The Hall Of Mirrors (5:17)
  25. The Man Machine (5:09)
  26. Spacelab (5:27)
  27. Metropolis (5:47)
  28. The Model (3:40)
  29. Neon Lights (5:46)
  30. The Robots (7:47)
  31. Numbers (2:46)
  32. Computer World (3:36)
  33. It's More Fun To Compute (3:15)
  34. Home Computer (2:56)
  35. Computer Love (3:25)
  36. Pocket Calculator (3:10)
  37. Dentaku (6:36)
  38. Boing Boom Tschak (2:35)
  39. Techno Pop (2:45)
  40. Music Non Stop (7:42)
  41. Electric Cafe (3:49)
  42. The Telephone Call (2:49)
  43. House Phone (2:35)
  44. Sex Object (5:25)
  45. The Robots (7:45)
  46. Computer Love (6:35)
  47. Pocket Calculator (3:28)
  48. Dentaku (3:09)
  49. Autobahn (14:25)
  50. Geiger Counter (0:31)
  51. Radioactivity (6:15)
  52. Trans-Europe Express (3:16)
  53. Metal On Metal (2:23)
  54. Abzug (2:16)
  55. Home Computer (6:15)
  56. Boing Boom Tschak (2:36)
  57. Echno Pop (2:43)
  58. Music Non Stop (7:43)
  59. Planet Of Visions (7:57)
  60. Tour De France (4:18)
  61. Prologue (0:29)
  62. Etape 1 (3:46)
  63. Chrono (1:12)
  64. Etape 2 (4:58)
  65. Elektro Kardiogramm (4:40)
  66. Aero Dynamik (5:59)
  67. Vitamin (5:56)
  68. La Forme (6:18)
  69. Regeneration (0:30)
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Industrie & Zartlichkeit
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Cat: FM 12022. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. The Great Attractor (2:50)
  2. Industrie & Zartlichkeit (3:37)
  3. Proto (4:52)
  4. Fjordig (2:35)
  5. Cafe Del Landwehrkanal (3:30)
  6. Light Of Virtue (3:56)
  7. MFB Nights (You Needed Someone) (5:27)
  8. Machine Rhythm Tomorrow (4:21)
  9. The Bitter End (2:11)
  10. Industrie & Zartlichkeit (Black Spuma remix) (6:08)
  11. Appeal (Lerosa remix) (6:25)
Review: After a pair of solid debuts in 2015 and 2016 respectively, Johannes Albert and Johannes Paluka return to Germany's Frank Music with their effortlessly left field Moon project, and this time they've landed in our atmosphere with a mystical, far-reaching album named Industrie & Zartlichkeit. Paluka is, of course, deep house magician Iron Curtis, but this particular project is reserved for his more experimental flex, and the duo clearly get on like a house on fire. Through a mixed bag of electro oddities, majestic machine-drum soul, and sprinkled with just a hint of house for good measure, this album keeps growing until the bitter end; it's clear that the duo have worked up something of a beaty. Ups, downs, and constant hits of gorgeous electronic constructions. Recommended!
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Booty In The Outback
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Cat: THUG 018. Rel: 15 May 17
  1. DJ Asssault Intermission (0:57)
  2. Diamond Mine (5:11)
  3. Shake Dem Titties (4:16)
  4. Dick By The Pound (4:54)
  5. Techno Freak (4:05)
Review: Detroit ghettotech don DJ Assault returns with his first fresh material in several years (plus a few from the vaults) "Diamond Mine" is squelching acid funk shaker that's classic electro to its very core while "Shake Dem Titties" gets down and dirty over a seriously stomping 4/4 acid groove. Both instant heaters, it's like you've known them forever. And if you don't already know the insane rap of "Dick By The Pound" or the twisted sample abuse and hardcore references of "Techno Freak" then you're in for a serious treat. Stone cold Assault charges.
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Played by: Kondaktor
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Digital Mind
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Cat: SAT 029. Rel: 12 Dec 05
  1. Clone Factory
  2. Robot Skin
  3. Digital Mind
  4. New Race
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The Silent Years
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Cat: SAT 006. Rel: 25 Jun 01
  1. Coast 2 Coast
  2. Informatics
  3. The Silent Years
Played by: Sync 24
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Burn The Lights Out
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Cat: SAT 41-1. Rel: 10 Dec 07
  1. 999
  2. Wahawa
  3. Bitter
  4. Krak
  5. The Controlling Hand
  6. Burn The Lights Out
  7. Torsion
  8. Pristine White
  9. 8 Op
  10. Ripped
  11. The Freezing
  12. Machine Aesthetic #8
Played by: EleKtromonter, Exzakt
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Angry Angels EP
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Cat: SAT 043. Rel: 04 Feb 13
  1. The Angriest Angel
  2. Seven Deadly Sons
  3. Urban Jungle
  4. The Machine
  5. Nightdrive Detroit
  6. Resident Evil
Review: Having been dormant for over three years, New York label Satamile returns to continue spreading the gospel of proper electro music with a six-track EP from The Ghost That Walks. Drexciya enthusiasts will be all over this record; the rubbery melody of "The Angriest Angel" recalls the Detroit duo at their most playful but with a simmering undercurrent of tension that is very much the producer's own signature style. Similarly great are the searing analogue synth buzz of "Seven Deadly Sons", the tribal 303 stomp of "Urban Jungle" and the 808 rattle and Belgian rave tones of "Resident Evil". Those who were lost without the label's presence should rest easy - Angry Angels is easily among their extensive catalogue's best releases.
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I Want U
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I Want U (12" repress)
Cat: GIGOLO 301. Rel: 15 May 17
  1. I Want U (extended mix) (11:17)
  2. I Want U (The Hacker remix) (4:02)
  3. I Want U (Martin Matiske remix) (8:02)
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Meteor EP
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Meteor EP (12")
Cat: AF 006. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Pinwheel (6:17)
  2. Anxsrv (6:04)
  3. Propeller (6:17)
  4. Plannt (5:35)
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Galactic Jackson's Balla Compleanno
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  1. J Mono - "Pocket Acid" (2:40)
  2. Silvio - "Galactic Boogie" (5:11)
  3. EOD - "CROSSBOW2" (6:44)
  4. Hypnotic - "Caleodoscope" (4:25)
  5. SILF - "Galactrax" (4:31)
  6. Newpest All Star - "Ballacidos" (DJ Overdose cut) (5:50)
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Mundus Subterraneus
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Mundus Subterraneus (limited hand-numbered cassette + MP3 download code)
Cat: TALE 02. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Losttrack 1 (3:09)
  2. Losttrack 2 (3:24)
  3. Losttrack 3 (4:26)
  4. Losttrack 4 (4:48)
  5. Losttrack 5 (5:33)
  6. Losttrack 6 (3:18)
  7. Losttrack 7 (6:02)
  8. Losttrack 8 (5:12)
  9. Losttrack 9 (1:37)
  10. Losttrack 10 (2:57)
  11. Losttrack 11 (3:27)
  12. Losttrack 12 (2:15)
  13. Losttrack 13 (3:34)
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Organism
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Organism (LP)
Cat: BOT 005. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Third Eye (5:40)
  2. Dopamine (5:25)
  3. Faust (5:27)
  4. Implicit Memory (6:14)
  5. Pathogen (5:29)
  6. Dark Matter (5:28)
  7. Organism (5:59)
  8. Scorched Earth (4:10)
Review: John Blackford's career got an early boost when he won a Moby remix composition. He then released one rather good EP of electro workouts on Bot in 2008, before all but disappearing. Organism marks his comeback from that extended hiatus and is really rather good. He begins with the dark, moody and intoxicating "Third Eye", before rolling through melodious, evocative cuts that variously tip a wink to hip-hop/IDM fusion ("Dopamine"), post-Drexciya dark-scapes (the jazzy "Faust"), spacey electronica ("Implicit Memory"), clandestine ambient ("Dark Matter") and slowly unfurling beauty (the creepy-but-blissful "Organism"). As returns go, it's really rather good.
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Joey Negro Presents Electro
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Joey NEGRO/VARIOUS
Cat: ZEDDLP 040. Rel: 20 Feb 17
  1. Hashim - "Al Naafiysh (The Soul)" (7:44)
  2. Aleem - "Release Yourself" (dub) (6:10)
  3. Kosmic Light Force - "Mysterious Waves" (8:31)
  4. Paul Hardcastle - "Rain Forest" (4:16)
  5. The Russell Brothers - "The Party Scene" (6:54)
  6. Dwayne Omarr - "This Party's Jam Packed" (7:10)
  7. G-Force - "Feel The Force" (feat Ronnie Gee & Captain Cee) (7:23)
  8. Tyrone Brunson - "The Smurf" (6:09)
Review: Over the years, Joey Negro has delivered compilations focusing on a wide range of styles and sub-genres, including soulful disco, Italo-house, early U.S disco-rap, and Washington D.C go-go. Now he's turned his attention to electro, the style that did more than any other to inspire Britain's first wave of DJs and dance music producers. This "personal collection" contains a mixture of stone-cold scene classics - Aleem's Leroy Burgess-fronted "Release Yourself", Hashim's scene anthem "Al Naayafiysh (The Soul)" and Dwayne Omar's P-funk influenced "This Party's Jam Packed" - alongside deeper selections such as Kosmic Light Force's brilliant - and hard to find - L.A electrofunk classic "Mysterious Waves", and The Russell Brothers thrillingly intergalactic "The Party Scene".
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A Tape
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A Tape (2xLP + postcard)
Cat: DE 149. Rel: 17 Apr 17
  1. C45p (7:10)
  2. Hdowed (4:40)
  3. For I Am Dead (2:18)
  4. Pps (2:57)
  5. Tape7 (8:34)
  6. Split Scission (2:02)
  7. Ff297-3 (3:35)
  8. Btdr1123 (6:17)
  9. I#+#l (3:14)
  10. $§"$43 (2:16)
  11. 29acid3 (7:30)
  12. Yyh (3:39)
Review: Helena Hauff's A Tape first appeared on cassette back in 2015, winning praise from critics for its machine-driven fusion of EBM, industrial, acid and dark-wave elements. The set showcased tracks recorded over a three-year period, mostly with a stripped back studio set-up (TB-303, TR-797, TR-808 and a couple of Roland synths), which didn't make the cut for her Werk Discs debut, Discreet Desires. Now, Dark Entries has decided to issue the album on vinyl for the first time, allowing those of us without tape decks to revel in Hauff's off-kilter machine funk, intoxicating electronic soundscapes, and acid-flecked, late night workouts.
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Electric Lines
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Electric Lines (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 396X. Rel: 24 Apr 17
  1. Ordinary Madness (4:55)
  2. Lose Your Love (6:13)
  3. Home (4:29)
  4. Lasers (4:33)
  5. Human Heart (5:33)
  6. Children
  7. Truth Is Light
  8. Nothing Moves
  9. Electric Lines
  10. Music Is The Answer
  11. Bumps (bonus 12")
  12. Funk You Up (bonus 12")
  13. Lose Your Love (bonus 12" - full length version)
Played by: Luke Solomon
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Home Grown EP
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Cat: HYPE 059. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Civic Society (4:19)
  2. Home Grown (4:58)
  3. Lucid (5:55)
  4. Saunton (3:03)
Review: Improvised hardware troupe London Modular Alliance - AKA circuit-bending enthusiasts Gavin "Koova" Pykerman, Simon "Yes Effect" Lynch and Pip Williams - are best known for their off-the-cuff live performances, though they've previously delivered well-regarded releases on Applied Rhythmic Technology and Brokntoys. This surprise EP on Hypercolour is equally as impressive, with the trio laying down a quartet of angular-but-funky electro treats (think Autechre's more accessible moments). We're particularly enjoying the snappy, broken beat style hustle of "Civic Society", the Drexciya-style deep sea funk of "Lucid" and the far-out modular ambience of "Saunton", but it's all pretty darn tasty.
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Played by: Billy Nasty, N-TER
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Let The Music Play
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Cat: SPEC 1609. Rel: 22 Apr 02
  1. Let The Music Play (remix)
  2. Let The Music Play
  3. Let The Music Play (instrumental)
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Scars Of Intransigence
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Cat: SHIPLP 02. Rel: 27 Oct 14
  1. Dormant Technology
  2. Unnamed Resistance
  3. Cavernous Bones
  4. Fire Burning Inside
  5. The Coldest Rule
  6. Wounding Words
  7. Emerald Abyss
  8. Pale Reflection
Review: Even if you weren't aware of his affiliation with the long running Bleep43 collective, a brief glance at the Plant43 discography of producer Emile Facey would suggest heavy involvement in underground electro. Frustrated Funk, Semantica, Central Processing Unit and AI Records are all labels Facey's work has surfaced on and it's great to see him add the blossoming Shipwrec operation to this list with his first Plant 43 LP in some four years. Programmed to be equally suited to home listening or club play, Scars of Intransigence feels like a classic LP in the making with eight tracks of deep, rippling electro that haunt and excite in equal measures. Spend more time with the album and the undercurrent of dystopian despair does begin to seep through as Facey uses his machines to translate his dissatisfaction at ill-run governments and greedy corporations with little regard for how misused and abused Earth is becoming.
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Realism
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Realism (12")
Cat: SG 1778. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Effigy (7:20)
  2. Reload (6:08)
  3. Minsk Maschinen (5:50)
  4. Abstraction (5:30)
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Tone To Voice
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Cat: TABR 038 . Rel: 08 May 17
  1. Intro (1:13)
  2. Sonic Spectrometer (6:43)
  3. Salient Pole Rotor (6:42)
  4. Potential Life (5:47)
  5. Obsidian Cityscape (7:01)
  6. Artifice (3:09)
  7. Moon (12:48)
  8. Outward Lead (2:34)
  9. Remote Access Brainwave (5:58)
  10. What Doesn't Kill You Doesn't Make You Anything (4:09)
  11. Darkly Down The Cellar Steps Again (5:02)
Review: John Heckle last released an album on Tabernacle three years ago, but he's been far from quiet since then with his Head Front Panel project diverting his attention towards blistering hard techno. Tone To Voice then represents a return to more melodic pastures with a more diverse selection of tempos and moods to choose from, but still Heckle's innate gift for expressive, dynamic machine music shines through. "Sonic Spectrometer" is a joyous slice of techno-jazz, while "Potential Life" whips up stunning cascading synth lines and pattering hats. At times, there's no need for a kick, and with ample ambient excursions woven into the mix this stands as one of Heckle's most accomplished releases yet.
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But Darling It's Hideous EP
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  1. Penelope's Fiance - "Untitled (15)" (2:15)
  2. Nocturnal Emissions - "Even The Good Times Are Bad" (U-202's Always Having A Bad Time mix) (5:20)
  3. Torrent - "EXE 2 Blueprint" (6:31)
  4. Nocturnal Emissions - "Demon Circuits Bloodbath (1983)" (3:23)
  5. Nocturnal Emissions - "Even The Good Times Are Bad (1983)" (4:33)
  6. Innyster - "Todis" (6:08)
Review: Contort Yourself reaches its sixth installment with yet another era spanning gathering of post-punk and industrial oddities for the most deviant of dancefloors to digest. In the contemporary corner we have Penelope's Fiance, a promising industrial artist from Greece. Meanwhile on the B-side, Nigel Ayers as Nocturnal Emissions takes us back to 1983 with the utterly chilling "Demon Circuits Bloodbath" and "Even The Good Times Are Bad". L.I.E.S boss Ron Morelli steps up as U202 to remix "Even The Good Times Are Bad" as a death march of malevolent percussion.
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Iron Flute
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Iron Flute (12")
Cat: RTTD 006 . Rel: 03 Apr 17
  1. Zarkoff X Ikonal - "Waiting Room Elegy" (6:40)
  2. Zarkoff X HPX X LCN - "Iron Flute" (4:19)
  3. Zarkoff X HPX - "Transceiver" (7:09)
  4. Zarkoff X Cyborgs On Crack - "Penalty For Violation" (4:52)
Review: Helena Hauff's Return To Disorder label is back in action with an EP from Croatian darkwave maestro Zarkoff, in conjunction with conspirators such as Ikonal and Cyborgs On Crack. He's been active on the local scene for many years and only now is creeping onto the international radar, but this record should catapult him into the consciousness of all kinds of adventurous spinners. Managing to plunge into murky waters while retaining a propulsive, danceable edge to his sound, the most noticeable quality around this record is the synth work, which unfurls in thick, globulous brushstrokes of noirish melody perfect for the darker kind of dancefloors out there.
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Shuzzbuzz
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Shuzzbuzz (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GROOVE 15 . Rel: 06 Feb 17
  1. Shuzzbuzz (Robin Ball Electro mix) (7:17)
  2. Shuzzbuzz (original re-master) (5:50)
  3. Shuzzbuzz (Robin Ball House mix) (6:16)
  4. Booma (original re-master) (5:05)
Review: As swathes of DJs and dancers get ever more into classic and niche electro from the 90s, Groovepressure has reformed to bring back some of its highly sought-after releases and keep the Discogs sharks at bay. With a fresh re-master and some new mixes to boot, the label makes a wise choice for its third reissue by picking up the record they first put out, Resonators' "Shuzzbuzz". The original mix and its B side "Booma" sound better than ever with a bit of modern spit 'n' polish, but then Robin Ball's electro and house versions of "Shuzzbuzz" push the classic into exciting new realms without losing that all-important old-skool flavour.
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Electrobits
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Cat: 7777 012. Rel: 03 Apr 17
  1. Bass Destruction (4:39)
  2. Bass Destruction (Jared & Todd remix) (6:58)
  3. Electro Technology (4:17)
  4. Rector (4:27)
Review: Dutch electro enigma Cliff Lothar has picked an interesting selection of labels to reside in ever since his debut on Viewlexx back in 2013. Instead of going for the big shot imprints, which no doubt have come calling, the producer has decided to be associated to lesser known but perhaps better respected stables like Riverette, Turbo or Midlight Records. After the launch of his own Clifftraxx, he's been called up by Jared Wilson's sublime 7777 label, and what better way to open an EP than with the ferocious hooks of "Bass Destruction"? The tune is a solid electro killer, charged-up by a murky, deafening bassline, which make way for Jared Wilson and Todd's more straight-laced techno reinterpretation. "Electro Technology" heads into some classic Detroit territories thanks to that inimitable Drexciyan swing, an art form based around the elements of water and fluidity, which leaves "Rector" to launch an all-out arial attack on us with its nasty, hazardous folds of acid-ridden distortion. Gnarly.
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Museful Revolution EP
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Cat: SAT 023. Rel: 06 Dec 04
  1. Le Monde
  2. Electro Manifesto
  3. Attention Attention
  4. Robot Kingdom
Review: Another great EP from the 3 boys from Sweden, the Blotnik Brothers. Strong percussive big room electro, thick melodies and perfectly-timed arrangements are the mark of their second EP. Kraftwerk on steroids!
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