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Echoes From The Dark Ocean
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Echoes From The Dark Ocean (heavyweight vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: DW 001. Rel: 04 Jul 16
  1. Echoes From The Dark Ocean (1:40)
  2. Bermuda Triangle (3:47)
  3. Streaming To Arcadia (4:16)
  4. The Innerlife (3:51)
  5. Secret Passage (4:37)
  6. Cruiser (3:23)
  7. JAR (Jamming Avoidance Response) (2:53)
  8. Mermaids (2:48)
Review: Jeremiah R has been responsible for some of the finest electro to be released over the past few years, with his mini albums for Tabernacle Records being particularly potent. Here he launches the Distant Wave label with eight more chunks of atmospheric, far-sighted futurism. As usual, he flits between ambient style interludes and more expansive dancefloor fare. In the latter category you'll find the Motor City techno futurism of "Bermuda Triangle", the glistening IDM loveliness of "Streaming To Arcadia", the Larry Heard-in-space deepness of "Cruiser", and the Drexciyan throb of "JAR (Jamming Avoidance Response)". All are, naturally, both luscious and pleasingly melodious, whilst retaining an intergalactic sense of atmosphere.
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Scenes
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Scenes (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: LWKMUS 003. Rel: 06 Jun 16
  1. Prelude
  2. Speed City
  3. Above the Waves
  4. Bent Light
  5. ITCZ
  6. Unnatural City
  7. 1 Parsec
  8. Session
  9. Whitesands
Review: According to White Material pair Galcher Lustwerk and Alvin Aronson, their first collaborative album under the Studio OST alias contains a mix of "breezy electro, aquatic dub, high speed jit, and shimmering atmospherics". While clearly tongue-in-cheek, it's a fairly accurate description. Certainly, there's a fluidity, moodiness and palpable sense of atmosphere at the heart of Scenes, which casually drifts between hard-edged club workouts, hazy post-club fare and dreamy, horizontal experiments. It was apparently recorded over a three-year period, during jam sessions at various New York studios. It's the spontaneous aspect of its' creation that has the biggest effect, and makes the whole thing feel like fleeting snapshots of moments in time.
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Universe
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Universe (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MSQ 001. Rel: 06 Jun 16
  1. CCO - "Epicycles"
  2. Andreas Gehm - "Tyme 2 Decyde"
  3. Umwelt - "Structure Noir"
  4. Moralez - "Zodak"
Review: MSQ 001 mysteriously divided into bright and dark sides of the universe. On the A-side (the bright one) you will find intergalactic jack groove represented by Contra Communem Opionem aka CCO (Zurich) and made acid trip together with the cosmic rider Andreas Gehm (Coln). the dark B-side accepts the challenge from imperfect planet's chastener Umwelt (Lyon) and a major black hole instigator Moralez (St. Petersburg). mastering is done on the international space station under the guidance of Alden Tyrell (Amsterdam). annals of the universe available only in the form of a physical plastic 12'' carrier in a limited edition of 300 copies...
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Techno Hop
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Cat: NF 01. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. Chunk Rules
  2. Funk The Freak
  3. Sly Beat
  4. 541
  5. 5000%
  6. Can't See My Feet
  7. CBS - That's The Station
  8. One By One Megamix
Review: Neon Finger rises. The new Go! Finger vinyl imprint, focused on synth-funk, boogie, hip hop, electro-funk and other freaky rythms, debuts with the new album by Dj Overdose "Techno Hop". Where the prolific artist from The Haghe exhibits eight new outstanding tracks filled with classy electro-funk and the freshest hip hop manners. A sublime, intense and astonising piece of music, remarkable as an example of the finest electronic nowadays. Rad!
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I See What You Did There
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I See What You Did There (limited 1-sided purple marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: SSPS 3. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. I See What You Did There (9:25)
Review: Nijmegen label Shipwrec have been in fairly imperious form this year, canvassing the spectrum of electro for some fine sounding and even-finer-looking records. Washington State artist Chris Roman issued his second 214 album on Shipwrec last year and returns here for "I See What You Did There", the first of several singles to arrive over the coming months - Central Processing Unit, Frustrated Funk and Lunar Disko also have records in the works with him. Taking shape as a one track 12" for the latest in Shipwrec's Silk Screen Printed Series, "I See What You Did There" snaps and throbs in all the right places across its nine minutes but is tempered with a sense of emotive contemplation that lends it some extra depth.
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Previsto
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Previsto (LP)
Cat: ATN 029. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. L'immaginario (4:20)
  2. Negli Abissi (3:17)
  3. Leggende Metropolitane (5:27)
  4. La Luna (2:36)
  5. Il Registro (4:58)
  6. Lo Schema (4:52)
  7. Previsto (3:26)
Review: Following cassette and vinyl EPs on New York Haunted, Mixed-Up and Antinote, Leonardo Martinelli returns to the latter with his first full-length offering. Decidedly fuzzy and crusty sounding - presumably a by-product of his 'straight to tape' approach - Previsto casually ambles between deep, languid techno, shuffling IDM, gentle, late night melodiousness (the excellent "Legrande Metropolitane"), ghostly ambience (the mesmerizing "La Luna"), and the kind of angular machine music that was once the hallmark of Autechre's finest productions ("Lo Schema"). He finishes with a wonky flourish, too, in the shape of the hugely evocative title track.
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Interstellar
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Cat: INST 06. Rel: 06 Jun 16
  1. Interstellar (4:38)
  2. Dark Horizon (6:19)
  3. Doors Of Perception (5:33)
  4. Time Loop (4:56)
Review: Rotterdam-based Jeremiah R has in the space of a very short time established himself as an exemplary exponent of subaqueous machine funk over the space of several highly-prized releases for Tabernacle, Organic Analogue, BAKK and Enklav. The Interstellar EP finds JR adding rising Rome outpost Instruction to his discography and features more of the fierce and futuristic electro with clear nods to the classic Motor City pioneers. Just see the title track and A-side accompaniment "Dark Horizon"! On the flip the smack electro of "Doors Of Perception" is a welcome change of pace while the Dopplereffekt sounding "Time Loop" hammers in the message home in glorious electro-funk style.
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Wireless
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  1. Wireless (4:15)
  2. Moonbase (5:05)
  3. Pusher (4:13)
  4. Fallow (4:42)
Review: Kirk Degiorgio's Applied Rhythmic Technology label shakes itself out of a two year release slumber with this freshly-pressed and freshly-dressed 12" from London Modular Alliance. This Wireless 12" is the debut release from the London Modular Alliance trio of Simon Lynch, Phil Ventre and Gavin 'Koova' Pykerman but there is a confidence exhibited throughout that is a reflection of the bond developed over a series of live sets together. A razor sharp approach to darker strains of electro is the order of the day here, witness how the various elements on lead track "Wireless" fizz aggressively against each other, whilst "Marauder" almost sounds like Randomer trying his hand at the style. "Pusher" sees the trio veer off into hardcore territory and will probably sound immense on a big system, though the intensity never quite boils over in the manner you want it too! "Fallow" closes the 12" out with a heady atmospheric approach complemented by some icy rhythmic snaps.
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Blurred Angles
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Blurred Angles (limited hand-stamped numbered 12")
Cat: BT 13. Rel: 04 Jul 16
  1. Luke Eargoggle & The Hacker - "Body" (6:09)
  2. Luke Eargoggle & Marco Bernardi - "Rat Wire Chomp" (6:52)
  3. Luke Eargoggle & Rutherford - "Stalkers Behave" (7:12)
  4. Luke Eargoggle & Das Muster - "Starke" (3:45)
Played by: Jimmy Maheras
Review: Electro is a genre with concepts riven deep within its DNA, and Brokntoys is a label that likes to approach the conceptual from fresh new angles with each release. Or should that be blurred angles, as this latest Brokntoys 12" casts the iconic Luke Eargoggle as conductor alongside an impressive cast of the Swedish producer's contemporaries. Michal Amato (aka The Hacker), Marco Bernardi, Das Muster and Rutherford all line up to work alongside Eargoggle for a most impressive 12" that covers all facets of contemporary electro. The Hacker and Eargoggle's "Body" is almost New Beat, sounding like a lost Dissident cut, whilst "Rat Wire Chomp" with Bernardi falls neatly in the camp of Motor City futurism. There's a satisfying rhythmic snap and some dastardly vocoders on Rutherford and Eargoggle's "Stalker's Behave", whilst the Das Muster collaboration, "Starke," might just be the best slice of electro here.
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Prosopo
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Prosopo (LP)
Cat: LXRC 27. Rel: 04 Jul 16
  1. Presence (1:44)
  2. Pegasus (4:15)
  3. Face (5:29)
  4. Force (5:09)
  5. Shelter (4:44)
  6. Absence (2:26)
Review: Zurich's mighty Lux Rec return with their latest offering which sees Greek producer June debut his new Prosopo alias, which roughly translated means 'face'. Fans of Tsampikos Fronas's extensive work as June will delight at the Berlin-based producer extending himself on this eponymous debut Prosopo album which is something of a creepy, ghostly, unearthly delight. The six tracks are full of post-horror electronics, metallic percussion hits, dark electro rhythms, macabre techno throw-downs, and aural visions of the apocalypse. It's hugely entertaining stuff, all told, even if the odd tracks sounds like it was sent to the mastering studio via a mid '90s style dial-up modem and a crusty old phone line.
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Transform EP
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Transform EP (12" + sticker in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: FRV 020. Rel: 04 Jul 16
  1. Greedy Pets (3:40)
  2. Greedy Pets (June TZ remix) (5:53)
  3. NET (6:07)
  4. Doing Dishes (instrumental edit) (4:54)
  5. Doing Dishes (Cute Heels remix) (7:28)
Played by: Le Chocolat Noir
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Nerd
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Nerd (7" + sticker)
Cat: TAT 016. Rel: 06 Jun 16
  1. Nerd (4:58)
  2. Intermission (4:46)
Played by: Jonny 5
Review: Danny Bosten's Das Ding project is no newcomer to the scene. In fact, the Dutch pseudo electro artist has been active since the mid-1980s via his quirky Tear Apart Tapes label, dealing specifically in cassettes until this new 7". "Nerd" is one of those tunes that crosses many genres and paths, taking the spirit of Kraftwerk and placing it onto a new plateau that is both relevant and inclusive of contemporary styles and ideas...that bassline could be left on for hours on end! "Intermission" is similarly leftfield, except that here Bosten scraps the buzzy bassline in favour of more tranquil sounds and samples that edge on the Japanese end of the spectrum. Recommended
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Hidden By The Leaves
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Hidden By The Leaves (hand-stamped LP + insert)
Cat: WORKSHOP 22. Rel: 30 May 16
  1. Find You Way Home (0:34)
  2. Black Mask (3:23)
  3. Drifting (4:07)
  4. Full Black, No Stars (2:28)
  5. We Can Never Go Home... (3:57)
  6. Clip My Wings (4:16)
  7. Dreamland (4:01)
  8. Past Is Past (3:17)
Review: Two years ago, Ibrahim Alfa returned from a ten-year hiatus under the previously unseen Infinite Black alias, contributing one track to a fine split EP on Spin Dynamics. Here, he finally gets a chance to show us what he can really do, unfurling his debut album on Workshop. Allegedly set for release on Move D's Source Records back in the day, Hidden By Leaves was shelved due to bankruptcy issues, however the lovable Dave Moufang recently re-discovered the DATs leading to Alfa's work being belatedly released here. It's a brilliantly inventive and enjoyable affair, with the eight tracks variously doffing a cap to deep electro, cut-and-paste sound collages, mood-enhancing ambient, high-tempo techno, early hardcore, deep house and Motor City futurism. The breadth and variety of the album is impressive, but what makes Hidden By The Leaves stand out is its' warmth and melodiousness.
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Extended Play
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Extended Play (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ITX 08. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. Day 1 (2:41)
  2. Solitude (5:21)
  3. Low Reshape (7:48)
  4. Meister Zugmaschine (6:50)
  5. State IX (interlude III) (2:33)
  6. State IX (interlude II) (1:13)
Review: Former Playhouse and Bio Rhythm man Roger Reuter has only one previous album to his name, the woozy, edge-of-reason ambience of 2015's Mensch 001. Extended Play is its' follow up, and sees the experienced German producer appear on Ilian Tape for the first time. Rooted in his usual brand of unsettling, otherworldly ambience, the six tracks variously draw influence from early IDM, drone, dub techno, industrial and experimental film soundtracks. Despite these nods to familiar experimental styles, it's an album that can easily be listened to in a variety of situations, and never drags. It's strongest moments, such as the mournful ambient throb of "State IIX Interlude II", are particularly beguiling.
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1000 Lights In The Sky (Part 3)
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1000 Lights In The Sky (Part 3) (limited 12" repress)
Cat: BUNKER 3091. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Introduction
  2. Things Fall Apart
  3. Leave The Ship Now!!!
  4. Fallen Planet
  5. Compressed Thoughts
  6. Creep Over
  7. Outroduction
Review: The third and last 1000 Lights In The Sky edition from The Exaltics on Dutch label Bunker is the hardest and darkest of all. Atmospheric dark electro/techno, the gruff and moody sibling of the trilogy is all about eerie corners and brimming pockets of acid. The ambitious three part album from the German underground electro heroes is well composed and impeccably produced, as the first two proved and the final upholds. "Things Fall Apart", "Leave The Ship Now" and "Fallen Planet" are as tough as they get, twanging beats and heavy drums bounce off each other in a sphere of depth and weave a story throughout with subtle changes. "Compressed Thoughts" meanders atmospherically through subaqautic electro, conjuring deep mind trips and easing into the dancefloor rhythm of "Creep Over" whose synth line holds hostage and doesn't intend to let go. Not for the faint hearted, this vinyl culmination is tough - beautifully so, but tough never the less.
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Killin' It
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Killin' It (12")
Cat: DMSR 1985. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. Killin It (remix) (8:12)
  2. Tryin To Tell Ya (8:09)
Review: It's 2016 and Egyptian Empire Records is still going strong over thirty years form its first 12". It's creator and master, Egyptian Lover, is as active now as he was on the launch of his timeless and genre-defining 1984 LP, and this new remix of "Killin' It" shows us that the man hasn't changed a pair of socks since the mid 1980's - the tune is a dirty, utterly on-point electro scorcher with twisted vocals and that eerie, inimitable sound of the Nile. "Tryin To Tell Ya" is another mean-spirited, highly strung electro dominator with a powerful bassline to blow your jaw firmly out of place. A huge 12" and one that will become rarer and rarer as the years go by, so you know what that means...
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Evolution 5 Technology
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Evolution 5 Technology (12" + insert)
Cat: DE 126 . Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. Evolution 5 Technology (7" vocal) (4:37)
  2. Evolution 5 Technology (dub mix) (6:01)
  3. Evolution 5 Technology (JTC remix) (7:00)
Review: It would be fair to say that Series-A's Evolution Technology is something of a long-lost electro classic. Written and produced by Detroit friends DJ Maestro and Kid Fresh in 1987, 50 promo copies of the record were pressed before the label they'd signed to, California's Satellite Records, went bankrupt. This was always a shame, as "Evolution Technology" is something of a killer: a spellbinding chunk of futurist electro that updated the Cybotron blueprint for the emerging Motor City techno generation. As well as the original 7" and Dub versions, this first "proper" release also features a brand new rework from Tad Mullinix (under the JTC pseudonym), which appropriately re-casts the track as a spacey Detroit techno shuffler.
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Infiltrator
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Cat: LVX 025. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Infiltrator (6:15)
  2. Diesel (6:03)
  3. Portrait (5:10)
  4. Numinous (7:47)
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Death Of A Star
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Cat: PNKMN 14. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Death Of A Star (7:26)
  2. Dissonant Division (6:04)
  3. Nordic Nights (5:43)
  4. Wasted Echoes (5:39)
Review: Budapest-based Balazs Semsei, better known as Norwell, has earned a reputation for delivering contemporary re-imaginings of the 1970s "kosmiche" sound. While this inspiration is present on Death Of A Star, the four tracks are far more heavily influenced by the obtuse, industrial-era work of Cabaret Voltaire and Throbbing Gristle. He also reps the darker end of Italo-disco on the clandestine chug of "Nordic Nights", but it's the mascara-clad, minimal wave-tinged electro of "Wasted Echoes" and the standout "Dissonant Division" that really bring home the bacon. Many will naturally turn to the spacey and swinging title track, which contrasts creepy electronics with an impressively rubbery rhythm track.
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L'uomo D'affari
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Cat: DEEWEE 015. Rel: 06 Jun 16
  1. L'uomo D'affari (3:45)
  2. Italove (5:17)
Review: Is Emmanuelle single-handedly bringing back the italo-disco sound of the 1980's? Well, if this second release on Deewee is anything to go by, then she most certainly is! "L'uomo D'affari" might not be as bouncy and playful as some of those legendary tunes out of the Mammaland, but it certainly has enough quirkiness and curious vocals for it to be considered a fine prolongation of the genre. The same goes for "Italove", except here the mood is more house-centred, and Emmanuelle's voice rides perfectly well over the disco-not-disco/proto-house groove. Tip!
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Nimoy
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Nimoy (12" repress)
Cat: BUNKER 3070. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
  5. Track 5
  6. Track 6
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Science Fiction Recordings 003
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Science Fiction Recordings 003 (hand-stamped 12" repress)
Cat: SFR 003. Rel: 06 Jun 16
  1. Objective Collapse Theory
  2. Musicology
  3. Cognitive Dissonance
  4. Cognitive Dissonance (XDB remix)
Review: There's much to be said for ploughing your own furrow. Certainly, it seems to have worked for former Berlin residents Hinode, whose releases have got noticeably stronger since launching their Science Fiction Recordings imprint. This third 12" picks up where its' predecessors left off, delivering a quartet of spacey, sci-fi influenced deep house and Motor City techno cuts. It's all pretty impressive, from the dub-flecked Detroit techno pulse of the formidably far-sighted "Objective Collapse Theory", to the 808-heavy, deep space electro of "Cognitive Disonance". The bonus XDB remix of that track, which recasts it as a stargazing chunk of ultra-deep dub house, is also fantastic.
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District Iron
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District Iron (12" repress)
Cat: BAKK 006. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Rotate (8:19)
  2. The Vulture (4:29)
  3. Ghost Puncher (4:28)
  4. Rotate (Jeremiah R remix) (5:26)
Review: The sixth release on Den Haag-based electro imprint BAKK comes from Tape Records Amsterdam affiliate Haron. He's previously been featured on the label before, sharing a split 12 with Aurora Halal in 2014, but here gets a chance to showcase his undoubted skills over a full EP. District Iron begins with "Rotate", where hybrid electro/techno rhythms are overlaid with fluid ambient chords, crystalline melodies and fluttering synthesizer lines. The same deep-but-floor-friendly fusion feel can be found on "The Vulture", while "Ghost Puncher" sees him break up the beats more while playing around with some seriously tactile synth bass and picturesque melody lines. A fine EP is completed by Jeremiah R's remix of "Rotate", which drags the track further towards smooth, Detroit-influenced deep techno territory.
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Rules Of Engagement EP
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Cat: NF 17. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Projectile (6:16)
  2. Fall Out (5:20)
  3. Element 94 (6:00)
  4. Solitary (6:05)
Review: Ireland's Rogue Frequency makes his comeback on New Flesh after having debuted through the label back in 2015. Much like his first release, Rules Of Engagement is a solid electro locomotive with a clear-headed approach that makes no reference to other genres. This, in a way, is refreshing given the present mishmash of genres and a tune like "Projectile" is exactly the sort of steel pulse that is needed to liven a warehouse up. "Fall Out" is another electrifying punch to the chest, with "Element94" heading deeper into the wormhole, and "Solitary" tying the room together good and proper with its scornful electro gargles and gloomy outlook.
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Piramide 1
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Piramide 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PRMD 001. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. Borealis
  2. Morning Feet Taps
  3. Piramide
Review: Piramide Registrazioni delivers music aiming to keep a solid sound integrity and coherence throughout time, yet not depending on a determined style. For it's debut release Piramide crew drops an hypnotic 3 tracker which puts the audience into a spiral of spacey and gritty sounds.
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Tracks Volume 2
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Tracks Volume 2 (limited red vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 019. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Tzusing - "Nonlinear War" (5:55)
  2. L/F/D/M - "Moth Holes" (6:12)
  3. Silent Servant - "The Touch" (6:10)
  4. Maelstrom - "Lithium" (5:33)
Review: Cititrax's first Tracks 12" sampler did a good job in showcasing material from some of the Brooklyn-based label's favourite contemporary producers. This follow-up, arriving only a few short months after the first, aims to do the same. Returning for his second appearance, Tsuzing kicks things off with the razor-sharp shuffle of "Nonlinear War", whose intoxicating electronics and wild synth lines recall Brown Album-era Orbital, before London-based L/F/D/M takes a trip into bleak techno territory with the acid-laden "Mouth Holes". Flip for Silent Servant's deliciously grandiose, muscular electro-disco workout "The Touch", and the clanking industrial percussion, EBM attitude and humming electro beats of Maelstrom's "Lithium".
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But Wait There's More
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Cat: JIAOLONG 018. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. But Wait There's More (8:12)
  2. Tin Beat (5:41)
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Untitled EP
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Untitled EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 003. Rel: 28 Mar 16
  1. Moscow Death Disco - "We Punk Ravers"
  2. Black Smile
  3. Cold Insomnia
  4. Le Chocolat Noir - "Tanka Linija"
  5. Just A Little Bit More
  6. Dressed In Black (featuring Sven)
Review: Lo-fi hardcore rave from Moscow Death Disco vs psychotic art punk electro by Le Chocolat Noir!
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Slave Of Rome
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Slave Of Rome (12" repress)
Cat: B 3025. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. Slave Of Rome
  2. Gladio Will Survive
  3. Battle Of The Tyreems
  4. The Slavemarket
  5. Calligula
  6. Quo Vadis
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Electricology 4
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Electricology 4 (limited 12")
Cat: ELECTRIX 007. Rel: 16 May 16
  1. Lateral Thoughts (7:08)
  2. Hyperloop (5:38)
  3. Suspect Reanimation (6:00)
  4. Latex (6:40)
Review: Carl Finlow's been smashing it since the early days. Back in the mid 1990s he was releasing on 20:20 Vision at the beginning of their illustrious path to glory, he's featured on countless tunes alongside the likes of Ralph Lawson, and he's even featured on our favourite 7th Sign Recordings. It's 2016, however, and he's branched out into more electro-like paths as of late, landing here on the beautifully gritty Electrix Records with four killer cuts. From "Lateral Thoughts" to "Latex", Finlow's brand of electro is rooted in that 80's IDM charm, meaning that although these tunes work wonders as club fillers, they also offer an immersive listening experience from a musical point of view. Tipped.
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Renormalon
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Cat: WEME 31312. Rel: 23 May 16
  1. Visible Spectrum (3:54)
  2. Interference Pattern (4:41)
  3. Spatial Multiplexing (2:07)
  4. Diffeomorphism (4:21)
  5. Photopolymer (3:46)
  6. Optical Distortion (3:57)
Review: Gerald Donald is back under the Der Zyklus alias for more futurist darkside electro experiments: his signature sound. Where the project's sound may have been more varied on previous releases, the Renormalon LP goes more for the downbeat and sometimes completely beatless and it's really quite brilliant because of it. We really liked the intergalactic ambience of "Interference Pattern" (which would have sounded great on the Event Horizon soundtrack), the dramatic and isolated arpeggiation of "Photopolymer" (beautifully haunting!) and the evil wall of sound delay of of "Optical Distortion" which reaches near psychedelic moments and capturing that ghost in the machine like only Donald can.
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Mind Your Head EP
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Mind Your Head EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PS 002. Rel: 21 Mar 16
  1. Mind Your Head
  2. Jeff (dub)
  3. Around You Go
  4. 2 Nights In Armenia
  5. ArpB
Review: After his Kinfolk released collab with Otologic's Nick Murrary, Kris Baha makes a welcome return to his Power Station creation. A versatile five track EP that will get you through the night, one pictures Yello's virgin ketamine experiments on 'Mind Your Head' before 'Jeff' comes to the party with his mad professor dub, giving you whiplash with its belting beats and crashing guitar stabs. Originally designed as an hour long opening score for the namesake Melbourne club night, 'Around You Go' is an edited warm up tool, the crossroad between Dusseldorf and Elettronica Meccanica. If issued in 1983, '2 Nights in Armenia' would have lived on as a Cosmic classic while 'ArpB' is the listeners' exit music, a fork hanging from the power socket.
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Ball & Chain EP
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Ball & Chain EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NULL 001. Rel: 30 Nov 15
  1. Ball & Chain
  2. Chills
  3. Fallen
  4. Thin Ice
Review: null+void Recordings launches with a new release from London based producer Shinra neatly following on from his contribution to Balkan Vinyls Mutant City Acid compilation earlier this year. Here he presents a four track EP of space age, acid laced and Rephlex resonating electro. A music blog for five years and radio show for eighteen months starting out on Rinse FM in 2014 and now monthly resident on Leeds' KMAH Radio, null+void has been a space that gives platform to techno, electro and experimental electronic sounds. Early DJ support from fabric resident Craig Richards and Don't and Super Rhythm Trax boss Jerome Hill.
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BA45
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BA45 (12")
Cat: BA 45. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. Carl Finlow - "Bleem" (6:27)
  2. Carl Finlow - "Chemical Bonds" (5:53)
  3. Dez Williams - "Interference Pattern" (6:08)
  4. Dez Williams - "Dayzov V1.1" (4:48)
  5. Dez Williams - "Whitey" (2:35)
Review: If this one ain't for the freaks then we don't know what is! Two legends of electro go head to head on BA45. On the A side its all up to the always incredible Carl Finlow; he of Random Facor/Silicon Scally fame delivering some proper futurist beats that will school anyone who's fallen victim to the current electro trend like on the booming Dystopian trip that is "Bleem" or the breakneck aquatic funk of "Chemical Bonds". On the flip, Welsh analogue wizard and legend in his own right Dez Williams serves up dirty acid bangers like on the squealing and savage "Interference Pattern" and the grinding lo-fi techno jam "Whitey".
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Vaxdockan
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Vaxdockan (7")
Cat: KAFTEN 008. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. Vaxdockan (3:15)
  2. Klanka Inte Ner Pa Dig Sjalv (2:49)
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TFR001
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TFR001 (12")
Cat: TFR 001. Rel: 04 Jul 16
  1. Ufu (7:24)
  2. Nebula (8:16)
  3. Beb (7:21)
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Electric Park Square
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Electric Park Square (12" repress)
Cat: RHM 014. Rel: 04 Jul 16
  1. Cable 54 (5:45)
  2. Poly Evolver #1 (2:59)
  3. Ama Diver (6:07)
  4. Short Sequence (2:34)
  5. Prototype (5:28)
  6. Poly Evolver #2 (1:36)
Review: Having earned his corn in the back office of Rush Hour's Amsterdam HQ, Olf Van Elden is now making his mark as a producer. Previously, he's released fizzing, far-sighted techno and house on Voyage Direct and Tape Records Amsterdam. Here, he delivers his most expansive - and arguably strongest - 12" to date for former employers Rush Hour. There's much to admire, from the pulsing analogue motifs and clanking drum machine percussion of "Cable 54" and semi-ambient gorgeousness of "Poly Evolver #1", to the thumping, industrial-influenced modular throb of "Poly Evolver #2". Arguably best of all, though, are his two hook-ups with Jeroen. Choose between the flitting electronic melodies, snappy beats and dreamy chords of "Prototype", and the drowsy, EBM-goes-Detroit brilliance of "Ama Driver".
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DJ Kicks
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DAM FUNK/VARIOUS
DJ Kicks (mixed CD)
K7
Cat: K7 332CD. Rel: 30 May 16
  1. Moon B - "Oof"
  2. Nicci Gable - "Close To Who?"
  3. Verticle Lines - "Theme From Beach Boy"
  4. Randell & Schippers - "Love Jam"
  5. Brandon - "Suzy Hijack"
  6. Take Three - "Tonite's The Night (All Right)"
  7. Index - "Starlight"
  8. Uncle Jams Army - "Dial A Freak"
  9. Gemini - "Log In"
  10. Nexus - "Stand Up" (instrumental)
  11. Reggie B - "Poison Candy" (special version)
  12. L33 - "Keepin It Tight"
  13. Gaussian Curve - "Broken Clouds"
  14. Tony Palkovic - "True To Yourself"
  15. Henning - "Arrival/Departure"
  16. Nite Funk - "Can U Read Me?"
  17. DaM FunK - "Believer"
  18. True Design - "I Wanna Break"
  19. Crystal Winds - "Funk Ain't Easy"
Review: Dam Funk has been foundational in crystallising Stones Throw's undisputed leadership in the nu-school funk and boogie scene, and he's up there with the great J Dilla in our books. Naturally, he's been asked to mix up the latest series of DJ Kicks and, ladies and gentlemen, it's a real masterclass - one of those comps you can safely leave on and let it do its thing on you. The mood is personified by a fine blend of electronics and tougher, funkier rhythms by artists such as Index, Moon B, and Dam himself. There are also a few rare cuts by Chicago house legend Gemini that fit in perfectly, and a whole heap of wavy, Cali-inspired electronic funk. Badass.
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Return 2 Acid (reissue)
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Cat: LAR 100. Rel: 27 Apr 15
  1. Return 2 Acid (10:12)
  2. Return 2 Acid (acapella) (7:10)
  3. Planet Sonic (3:39)
Review: Iconic Deep House label Large Music returns to the vinyl market with a limited repress of the classic Kerri Chandler release Return 2 Acid. First pressed in 2005, this was the 100th release on Large and has been out of print for 10 years. The A side features Kerri's powerhouse tribute to the glorious days of Acid House laced with driving beats and an incessant 808 acid line. On the flip side Kerri goes old-school, this time with an electro Afrika Bambaataa influenced jam entitled Planet Sonic. Also included for this special reissue is the unreleased Acapella of Return 2 Acid solidifying this as a true collectors item.
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Human Resource Exploitation Manual
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Cat: LTBLK 006. Rel: 28 Sep 15
  1. Constant Transient (6:07)
  2. Code (6:28)
  3. Apex Predator (6:44)
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Roman Flugel & Benedikt Frey Remixes
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  1. Loose Life (Roman Flugel remix) (5:35)
  2. Similar Familiar (Benedikt remix) (6:09)
Played by: Benjamin Fröhlich
Review: Lea Porcelain, the new wave retroverts from Frankfurt am Main could very well be the next big thing that you've never heard of. The original version of "Loose Life" itself is quite difficult to locate on the interwebs but we're sure it's hard to compete with local legend Roman Flugel's slow burning remix on offer here. Darmstadt's finest Benedikt Frey is onboard too, giving "Similar Familiar" a makeover that's as unique as pretty much all his other work: part techno, part cosmic or even industrial. It's brooding, wall of sound guitars and vocals drowned in reverb battle it out against pounding 909 snare attacks and screeching synth leads. Awesome!
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Journey Of The Deep Sea Dweller IV
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  1. Intro (The Unknown Aquazone)
  2. Depressurization
  3. Water Walker
  4. Mantaray
  5. Unknown Journey VI
  6. Unknown Journey VII
  7. Unknown Journey VIII
  8. Living On The Edge
  9. Hydro Cubes
  10. Unknown Journey IX
  11. Unknown Journey X
  12. Aquatic Bata Particles
  13. Unknown Interlude
  14. Black Sea
  15. Sighting In The Abyss
  16. The Last Transmission
Review: Clone calls time on their Drexciya retrospective series with this fourth and final installment of the Journey Of The Deep Sea Dweller. Commencing back at the tail end of 2011, the series has cast its net over the vast Drexciya archives in seemingly chronological fashion, with Clone enlisting Alden Tyrell to undertake extensive remastering of the material recorded by Gerald Donald and the sadly departed James Stinson. Just over a year since Journey III was issued, this final installment draws from a pool of Donald and Stinson's "rarest and most astonishing" tracks that covers the breath of their output during the 1990s. Drexciya completists will no doubt be most excited by the inclusion of five previously unreleased productions on the 16 track set - "Unknown Journey VI" to "Unknown Journey X".
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Ilmenite Mine EP
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Cat: RAWAXS 03 . Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. The Scream (12" version) (7:09)
  2. Revival (6:28)
  3. It's Out There (6:22)
  4. Data Tribe (5:59)
Played by: Brokntoys
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NU 1000
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NU 1000 (12" repress)
Cat: SHIP 036. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. Storm Coming (5:27)
  2. NU-1000 (5:02)
  3. Graphene (3:52)
  4. Dopant (3:59)
  5. CaCuSi 4010 (4:38)
  6. Totally Controlled (3:55)
Played by: Le Chocolat Noir
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Killekill Megahits II
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VARIOUS
Killekill Megahits II (3xLP + stickers)
Cat: KILLEKILL 25. Rel: 23 May 16
  1. Umwelt - "Gravitation Lens" (6:01)
  2. Eomac - "Angel In The Marble" (6:03)
  3. Dez Williams - "Drakonia" (6:34)
  4. Bintus - "Re-Clocking Knob" (6:30)
  5. Detroit Grand Pubahs presents Techmarine Bottom Feeders - "Demon Particle Influence" (5:37)
  6. The Fool's Stone - "Nonversation" (6:18)
  7. Jerome Hill - "Memory Machine" (5:40)
  8. Furfriend - "Numb" (5:50)
  9. Kamikaze Space Programme - "Absence" (6:05)
  10. Cassegrain & Tin Man - "Ad Hoc" (6:00)
  11. Blake Baxter - "Acid Warp Time Travel" (8:30)
  12. Alex Cortex - "Tensegrity" (6:10)
Review: Slap me sideways and call me Grandpa, it's a new instalment of Killekill's Megahits series, and that means a burst of noxious techno beats from all angles. As with previous editions, we have 6 sides of wax all filled with new killers from the label's best, including Eomac, who delivers the supremely messed-up "Angel In The Marble", Bintus' nasty-as-ever acid on "Re-Clocking Knob", a gorgeous collaborative efforts from Cassegrain and Tin Man dubbed "Ad Hoc", Alex Cortex's unsurprisingly curious and marvellous "Tensegrity", and a very special appearance from Detroit legend Blake Baxter with the banging "Acid Warp Time Travel". The rest if as good, if not better - pure gold from the likes of Dez Williams, Jerome Hill, Detroit Grand Pubahs etc.
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TKU
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TKU (12")
Cat: CYBERDANCE 017. Rel: 17 Nov 14
  1. Brinkkala
  2. Bridge Over Nothing
  3. Ologrammed
  4. Johnny's Wood
Review: Legendary Finnish electro pioneers Mr Velcro Fastener return after a very long absence with this long-awaited and much-anticipated EP on Cyber Dance Records. Full of the same funked-out, quirky and fresh futuristic sounds that brought them instant recognition in the 90s electro underground the 'TKU' EP sounds like the innovative duo never went away, effortlessly picking up where they left off. 'Brinkkala' opens proceedings with their classic signature brand of Detroit-meets-Finland robotic funk jamming, while the next track 'Bridge Over Nothing' delivers harder and punchier rhythms deftly topped with layers of spaced-out chords and shimmering noises - and a relentless bassline that builds and progresses the grooves to alien dimensions of sheer electro brilliance. The sonic assault continues on Side B with 'Ologrammed', a pulsating monster of a track that pushes the Velcro Fastener sound into ethereal realms that evoke the likes of Technasia or The Hacker in their mid-90s heyday. The EP closes with 'Johnny's Wood', a funked-up, jazzed-out and upbeat adventure over-brimming with robotic positivity and electronic optimism. Copies are limited of this essential purchase for die-hard electro connoisseurs everywhere, so don't be slow as they're sure to go!
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Murdercapital EP (remastered)
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  1. Lonny & Melvin - "Suck The Box" (6:30)
  2. Lonny - "Theme From Murdercapital" (6:54)
  3. Lonny & Melvin - "Theme From Sunwheel Beachbar" (6:26)
  4. Lonny & Melvin - "The Job (Themesong)" (5:51)
Review: It seems like Gesloten Cirkel has the monopoly on new Murder Capital releases - a situation we have no issues with at all - but the subsidiary of I-F's iconic Viewlexx is at least doing its growing army of fan a welcome service by reissuing some of their earlier glories. Here we have a 2016 edition of Lonny & Melvin's Murdercapital EP which is the work of I-F himself and Melvin White and it's a crucial part of the label's history. Back in 96 it was the first Murder Capital 12" issued before resurfacing in amended format in 2001. It's this latter edition that has been remastered and reissued for the label's 2016 fans and it still sounds as rugged, raw, deep and dark now. "Theme From Sunwheel Beachbar" needs to be blasted on a big rig!!
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Anachronism
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Cat: FR 033. Rel: 28 Mar 16
  1. Someone Else Is Living At Her House Now (11:33)
  2. We Will Be There Yesterday (5:25)
  3. Approaching (2:50)
  4. Time Stood Still While We Changed (5:43)
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Dead City
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Dead City (12")
Cat: BH 026. Rel: 16 May 16
  1. Dead City (5:58)
  2. Sorry To Disappoint (4:21)
  3. Sorry To Disappoint (OB Ignitt remix)
Review: While Dutch electro/techno veteran DJ Overdose's recent releases for Viewlexx and Unknown To The Unknown were devoted to straight-up thrill seeking, this outing on Berceuse Heroique is an altogether more varied prospect. While flipside "Sorry To Disappoint" is a deliciously cheery electro number with distinctive synth-funk overtones, opener "Dead City" is an altogether darker and more disturbed affair. Murky, twisted and clandestine, with jungle style percussion flourishes, black electronics and wild stabs, it's something of twisted, late night treat. A fine EP is completed by Detroiter O.B Ignitt's rework of "Sorry To Disappoint", which re-casts the track as a rolling house groover full of vintage synth work, disco percussion hits and rubbery electric bass notes.
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