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Adieux Au Dancefloor
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Adieux Au Dancefloor (heavyweight white 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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Ultima Ratio
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Ultima Ratio (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 005. Rel: 17 Oct 16
  1. Secret Codes
  2. Kontrolled Madness
  3. Orontius
Review: For the fifth release on her Return To Disorder label, Helena Hauff has turned to Hamburg duo Fallbeil. Known for their trippy, analogue-heavy take on techno and electro, the twosome has previously impressed via appearances on Contort Yourself and New York Haunted. Ultima Ratio is another solid selection, with Fallbeil variously exploring distorted, industrial-influenced techno (the post-apocalyptic paranoia of "Secret Codes"), mind-altering electro-acid (the Cabaret Voltaire-meets-Phuture moodiness of "Kontrolled Madness", and straight-up acid business (the hard-edged TB-303 lines and skittish TR-808 style beats of "Orontius"). All three tracks are blessed with that sparse-but-heavy feel that's quickly becoming the duo's trademark.
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Vivid EP
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Vivid EP (12")
Cat: WRECKS 010. Rel: 10 Oct 16
  1. N4 Theme (3:54)
  2. Purity 0% (5:28)
  3. Cult Of Alecto (4:27)
  4. Hu Strike (feat F.B Wibe) (5:40)
Review: Don't get messed by the moniker, Tim Schumacher's electro project is anything but normal. Sculpting his 808s with a sense of soul and strong vapour trails of foundation break-based tracks that formed so many genres we know and love today, there's a strong sense of timelessness laced throughout - the air of electro boogie on "N4 Theme", the Jam & Spoon feels of "Purity 0%", the 2 Bad Mice ruffage of "Cult Of Alecto" and the classic acid sinewy sonics of "Hu Strike" could all have smashed crowds throughout the last 20 years. Authentic.
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Toner Head EP
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Toner Head EP (12" + insert limited to 100 copies)
Cat: FIRSTCUT 001. Rel: 17 Oct 16
  1. Step To Disenchantment (5:53)
  2. I'll Be Your Virtual Technician (5:24)
  3. Muscle Memory (6:56)
Review: Having firmly established himself in the higher echelons of underground techno and electro via a string of killer releases under the Defekt and E.S.S aliases, Matt Flanagan has decided to take on a new pseudonym. His first outing as Octal Step is a typically forthright affair, with dancefloor domination his clear aim. Opener "Step To Disenchantment" is a no-holds-barred roller, with near psychedelic acid lines rising and falling over a surging, thrill-a-minute techno groove. The acid experimentation continues on the raw, rough and distorted "I'll Be Your Virtual Technician" - all manic drum machine cowbell hits, fizzing electronics and mutant TB-303 lines - while flipside "Muscle Memory" sees Flanagan make merry with booming kick drums, thrusting bass and fizzing electronic motifs.
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Mood Sequence EP
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Cat: M 043. Rel: 19 Sep 16
  1. In The End (6:01)
  2. Mood Sequence (5:51)
  3. Inertia Collision (4:49)
  4. Mood Sequence (J+K remix) (4:37)
Review: Arnold Steiner aka As1 is an Electro producer and graphic designer (his artwork has graced the covers of records on Planet Mu plus numerous Schematic and Breakbeat Science releases). He was born in Venezuela and raised in Miami and was the founder of the Transient Force label. He appears now for Juan Atkins' legendary Metroplex imprint. On the A side "In The End" is the definite highlight. Noir futurism/vintage soul is the flavour, reminiscent of motor city legends like Dopplereffekt. The slamming title track is the kind of bass heavy, hard electro that only someone from Miami can make. After all, this is where legends like Dynamix II and Gosub originate from and surely an influence. On the flip, the energetic remix of said track by Juan Atkins and Kimyon Huggins does not let up either!
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The Truth (remixes)
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The Truth (remixes) (12" repress)
Cat: SOM 035. Rel: 17 Oct 16
  1. My Language (ERP remix) (6:34)
  2. Compressed Thoughts (Ultradyne remix) (6:28)
  3. IMOEH (Gosub - Turbidity mix) (5:14)
  4. Journey To Jupiter (Objekt remix) (5:32)
  5. Instinct (Dopplereffekt - Hubble Constant remodel) (5:14)
Review: If you are going to do a remix 12", then take a leaf out of The Exaltics book. This record returns to The Truth, the rather comprehensive trawl through the German electro exponent's 2008-13 body of work with a cast of contemporaries that can only be described as stellar invited to remix their own personal highlights. Texan artist Gerard 'E.R.P.' Hanson, Gerald Donald's Dopplereffekt, Ultradyne, Objekt and Solar One regular Gosub are all on board to reimagine The Exaltics in their own particular visions and it's a truly mouth-watering 12". The ERP remix of "My Language" is all snapping drum machines and gliding utopian synth vistas, contrasting markedly with the hellish modular grit of Ultradyne's effort. Gosub's Turbity mix of "IMOEH" is a thing of delay-laden beauty, whilst Objekt is on similarly inspired form with his rendition of "Journey To Jupiter" which casts aside the needs of the dancefloor in favour of rooting deep into the psyche. To close Dopplereffekt deliver a remix of "Instinct" that sounds like Mike Parker making paranoid electro.
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EP 5
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EP 5 (12")
Cat: ELECTRIX 008. Rel: 24 Oct 16
  1. Electric Blood Complete (5:27)
  2. Euphonious (6:05)
  3. Encroach (6:47)
  4. Radiate (6:15)
Review: Zeta Reticula is one of the many aliases used by Slovenian DJ and producer, Uros Umek. In fact, you might well know him under the latter name, simply as Umek. Zeta Reticula, however, is his vintage dub techno-electro project form the early 00s, one which he hasn't returned to the infamous Electric Records label until now. This return to the much-coveted series marks the fifth since 2003's EP 4, and it's some straight-up electro nastiness. "Electric Blood Complete" sounds like a fire alarm going off amid a laser war in an industrial power station, and "Euphonious" strays towards more harmonic pastures thanks to its sublime synth work. On the B-side, "Encroach" breaks out the dub tricks and goes for a sleeker, more contained techno approach, followed by the equally straight and mechanical, minimal house jerk of "Radiate".
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Trax (3xLP)
Cat: WEME 038. Rel: 17 Oct 16
  1. Lemon In Square (5:48)
  2. Jamtrax (3:31)
  3. Phlex 1000 (5:06)
  4. SUzANnalog80e (2:11)
  5. Dimflux (5:57)
  6. ERtha (2:28)
  7. January (5:13)
  8. T-Ka (5:15)
  9. Parpy (Funkasnaps120 mix) (4:47)
  10. Rocky Dog (4:30)
  11. RYthimi (5:14)
  12. Humucks (2:21)
  13. Ree (3:48)
  14. Flub707 (2:58)
  15. Early Bird (5:31)
  16. Skypepartyfriendsjam (2:15)
  17. Rom 120 (3:34)
  18. Japan (3:50)
  19. Fairground (4:52)
  20. Chunk (4:47)
  21. Quoton (5:24)
Review: After impressing with a vibrant debut album on Rephlex back in 2011, David 'Monolith' Barnard seemed to lose his way. Happily, he returned to action at the tail end of last year, and here delivers an expansive, triple-vinyl set for Belgium's admirable WeMe imprint. The simply titled Trax is a typically vibrant affair, with the British producer gleefully hopping between skittish, kaleidoscopic electrofunk, giddy 'braindance' rinse-outs, bleep-influenced jack-tracks, body-poppin' electro, hard-wired acid, and curious, hard-to-pigeonhole IDM. Given that it's 21 tracks deep, it can take a while to get your head round it all, but it's more than worth the effort. Put simply, Trax is one of the most entertaining electronic albums you'll hear all year.
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Lambs Anger (reissue)
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Lambs Anger (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP + CD)
Cat: BEC 5156210. Rel: 17 Oct 16
  1. Hun (2:12)
  2. Pourriture 2 (2:09)
  3. Z (4:14)
  4. Cut Dick (2:50)
  5. Two Takes It (feat Carmen Castro) (2:22)
  6. Rank (1:36)
  7. Bruce Willis Is Dead (3:19)
  8. Jo (2:19)
  9. Positif (2:51)
  10. Lambs Anger (1:14)
  11. Erreur Jean (feat Error Smith) (2:57)
  12. Steroids (feat Uffie) (2:29)
  13. Gay Dentists (3:38)
  14. Pourriture 7 (3:25)
  15. W (2:13)
  16. Lars Von Sen (1:17)
  17. Hun
  18. Pourriture 2
  19. Z
  20. Cut Dick
  21. Two Takes It (feat Carmen Castro)
  22. Rank
  23. Bruce Willis Is Dead
  24. Jo
  25. Positif
  26. Lambs Anger
  27. Erreur Jean (feat Error Smith)
  28. Steroids (feat Uffie)
  29. Gay Dentists
  30. Pourriture 7
  31. W
  32. Lars Von Sen
  33. Blind Concerto
This Raw Feeling
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This Raw Feeling (coloured hand-stamped 12" + insert repress)
Cat: LTWHT 004. Rel: 29 Aug 16
  1. Sunrise In Her Eyes (5:55)
  2. This Raw Feeling (7:34)
  3. It Doesn't Matter Anymore (6:38)
  4. Ash Dub (5:15)
Review: London's irrepressible Lobster Theremin are evidently developing something of a class crush on Hungarian producer Route 8, with This Raw Feeling his third release for the label. As you'd expect from the title , the four tracks here will quench anyone with a thirst for some raw house music and undercooked pseudo techno. Sounds range from the dreamy patters of "Sunrise In Her Eyes", to the distinctly distorted poundings of "This Raw Feeling", the broken patters featuring on "It Doesn't Matter Anymore" and even the glitchy, off-kilter percussive charm of "Ash Dub". Strong stuff from the Lobster camp!
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Out Of Sync
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Out Of Sync (hand-stamped numbered 12")
Cat: BT 14. Rel: 03 Oct 16
  1. DeOrbit_118 (3:41)
  2. The Mind Is A Terrible Thing (4:47)
  3. Tinker (4:46)
  4. Their Discontent (4:48)
  5. Out Of Sync (5:26)
Review: The London Modular Alliance is a long-running improvised hardware troupe formed of Gavin 'Koova' Pykerman, Simon 'Yes Effect' Lynch and Pip Williams, who also oversee the Hackney Wick-based synth shop London Modular. Active in the live sense since 2012, the trio have recently transferred the project to the studio with a fine debut 12" for Kirk Degiorgio's long running ART label earlier this year. A second LMA release now arrives courtesy of Brokntoys and is another impressive trip into stargazing techno and electro territory. They doff a collective cap to classic intelligent techno and Motor City ambient on melodious opener "DeOrbit_118", before exploring Drexciya style electro territory on the impressive "The Mind Is A Terrible Thing", and "Tinker". Over on the flip, "Their Discontent" is reminiscent of both darker British IDM and Klaxon style Dutch electro, while "Out Of Sync" dips the tempo in order to pay tribute to such UK electronic greats as Aphex Twin, B12 and the Black Dog.
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Movements (clear vinyl LP)
Cat: ELP 024. Rel: 17 Oct 16
  1. The Movement 1 (Pythagoras 4) (3:43)
  2. Octave Hammer (3:24)
  3. Lo Scoglio (3:17)
  4. Hot Piece (2:53)
  5. Shepard's Stone (5:26)
  6. The Movement 2 (Pythagoras 3) (4:37)
  7. Three Forces (5:20)
  8. You've Got Soul (5:34)
  9. Unfinished World (Anulios) (3:02)
Review: They don't come more authentic to the original craft than Novo Line: a man who uses nothing but pure 88/89 materials to make his compositions (even down to the floppy discs) While in some hands this could just be ridden as gimmick, the freeform jam-style natural state of each compositions a much deeper relationship and understanding with the tools - especially as the production hits with contemporary weight and textures. From the spaced out synthetic soul of "Shepard's Stone" to the slo-mo ghetto funk of "Three Forces", this genuinely is a unique document that allures and makes you consider how much potential we've lost in mankind's perpetually rapid technological race.
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Input Output Part 2
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Cat: TR 106V2. Rel: 24 Oct 16
  1. Explanation (7:17)
  2. Initiate Sequence (main mix) (7:20)
  3. Destination Unknown (6:17)
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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FR33Z (12")
Cat: VER 039. Rel: 28 Jun 04
  1. FR33Z
  2. Arp Surface
  3. Oblivion (Dixon's edit)
  4. Vaccum Jackers (Maurice Fulton remix)
Kiss Me All Night EP
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Kiss Me All Night EP (12" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: SLANG 50109EP. Rel: 10 Oct 16
  1. Yes (4:25)
  2. Baby Fat (4:34)
  3. Some People Are Crazy (5:10)
  4. Kiss Me All Night (3:59)
Review: Canada's Junior Boys have been running the synth-pop game since the late 90s and, in our eyes, they're as fundamental to the scene as other outfits like Hot Chip or Simian Mobile Disco. They are now made up of Jeremy Greenspan and Matt Didemus, and this time they return with a follow-up EP to their recent album for Christof Ellinghaus' City Slang. "Yes" is a delightful pseudo-house number with the boys' vocals riding the crest of the wave, and "Baby Fat" feels like a natural progression thanks to its soft house beats and watery lyrics. The B-side features "Some People Are Crazy", a sublime electronica piece with a sunken, moody tone that encapsulates them perfectly as a group, while "Kiss Me All Night" flaps its stuttering beats and sonic waves to a rigged husk of vocals. Bang.
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Vortex Traks Vol 2
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  1. Kan3da - "Dancing Data" (5:13)
  2. Morphology - "32" (5:54)
  3. Mr Velcro Fastener - "Caffeine Sleep" (5:54)
  4. The Guide Girls - "Moonglade Temal" (5:55)
Review: Berlin's Vortex Traks is back with its third release and, as per usual, they mean total and utter business. Also, they've come through with another collaborative effort by a string selection of up-and-coming talents from around the globe: Canada's Kan3da drops a breezy slice of electro funk in "Dancing Data", while Finland's Morphology duo twist the electro into an industrial frenzy for their "32" track. On the flip, Mr Velcro Fastener injects a little bit if soul and jazz to his "Caffeine Sleep", and "Moonglade Temal" by The Guide Girls goes for a slower, moodier and more abstract tone of voice, closing this wonderful electro EP with a majestic groove.
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THE (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: VANTA 001. Rel: 12 Sep 16
  1. Acidbanger (7:38)
  2. Hornet Tea (6:33)
  3. Offonone (5:07)
Review: Dez Williams. Perhaps the most under-rated UK techno and electro producer of the last fifteen years. While many associate him with the latest wave of house, techno and bass, Williams has actually been putting out banging, face-melting acid and techno since the early 2000s, and his Elektronik Religion label has invariably been a safe spot for quality warehouse music with an industrial edge. This new hand-stamped 12" for Killekill's freshly launched VANTA SERIES is all about the 303 bleeps: the aptly named "Acidbanger" does exactly what it says on the tin, ""Hornet Tea" is a loose and bubbly acid experiment that dissolved into pure oblivion, whereas "Offonone" reduces the acid down to a subtle swarm beneath a jarring sway of synth keys and ominous sonics. Powerful gear - go easy.
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SG (12")
Cat: OYEBLK 001. Rel: 26 Sep 16
  1. SG (mix A) (5:21)
  2. SG (mix B) (5:29)
Review: The Money $ex and OYE affiliated Alex Seidel from Berlin is more known more his dusty MPC deep house jams but makes the crossover into electro on the SG 12". On the first side is SG (mix A) a serving of dirty and lowdown electro funk where snappy vintage machine breaks are balanced out by some dreamy Rhodes keys: remnants of Seidel's more typical work. On the flip, SG (mix B) injects more ferocity and tempo in the track; the breaks on this one get more glitchy and aggressive.
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Illahertz EP
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Cat: SHIP 043. Rel: 10 Oct 16
  1. Dreaming Electric (5:55)
  2. Subfreaked (6:00)
  3. Illahertz (5:55)
  4. Amnesia Hazed (6:06)
Trans Europe Express (edits)
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Cat: MXMRK 2005. Rel: 05 Sep 16
  1. Trans Europe Express (Mr K 7" beats) (4:38)
  2. Trans Europe Express (Mr K 7" part II) (4:11)
Review: Seminal in every direction: Kraftwerk's "Trans Europe Express" gets stripped down to its bare drum bones by Professor Krivit over two sides. The beats mix pitches naked drums sculpted with clunking, chunky futuristic fusion while Part II provides the synthetic context. Breaking down Kraftwerk's original sci-fi suite into its key chapters at a slow, smouldering pace, it's the classic as you've never heard it before. Grab two to open up even more doors of serious DJ creativity.
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Command Pattern EP
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Cat: WRECKS 004. Rel: 23 Mar 15
  1. Against Us (5:07)
  2. Dimensional Seperation (4:39)
  3. Exact (1:42)
  4. No Way Back (4:37)
  5. System Voice (4:33)
  6. System Voice (Helena Hauff remix) (4:49)
Space Adventures
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Space Adventures (coloured vinyl LP limited to 180 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: M&Q 010. Rel: 03 Oct 16
  1. Space Pilots (4:24)
  2. Conquer The Universe (3:31)
  3. Beyond New Frontiers (4:36)
  4. Meanwhile In Spacequadrant Z-231 (2:20)
  5. Entering The Enemys Land 1 (4:47)
  6. Galaxian Defender (4:30)
  7. Asteroid Pursuit (4:39)
Review: A year since his tremendous debut release, Swiss artist ElektroBopacek's second LP entitled Space Adventures surfaces for Madrid based retroverts Mystic & Quantum, where he throws down some epic arpeggios that Bobby Orlando and Alden Tyrell alike woulds stand up and notice. Definitely one for fans of classic Dutch electro on the likes of Viewlexx and Kommando 6 or early Creme Organization. Highlights for us weren't limited to the explosive opener "Space Pilots" which sounds like Giorgio Moroder on speed, the infectiously feelgood Italo disco vibes of "Beyond New Frontiers" and the explosive closing track "Asteroid Pursuit".
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Everything Is Nothing: Hubble Telescope Series Vol 1
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  1. Kuft (4:12)
  2. Ieloh (4:33)
  3. Floo (feat Paris The Black Fu - Detroit Grand Pubahs) (4:50)
  4. Breigs (6:06)
  5. Voxpol (6:06)
Review: As a genre, Electro is no stranger to the notion of concepts so it's no surprise to see Solar One Music launch a new series themed around space. As the title suggests, inspiration for the Hubble Telescope Series comes from the telescope that's been orbiting Earth for the past 25 years with the aim to "capture the feeling of space exploration through different experimental dance-floor tracks". The German label turn to Luxus Varta of Detroit Grand Pubahs fame to inaugurate the series and this five track 12" actually features a collaboration with Paris The Black FU from that famous group. There is plenty of Drexciyan drama as the EP progresses, though it's the twisted sounds of "Breigs" that impresses most, along with the Paris The Black Fu-featuring "Floo". A fine debut for the series with further contributions planned from E.R.P., Heinrich Mueller, Rudolph Klorzeiger, The Exaltics, Robert Heise, and Crotaphytus!
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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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D Du Du
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D Du Du (12")
Cat: 030EP 010. Rel: 29 Aug 16
  1. D'marc Cantu - "Mine Motion" (4:59)
  2. Mark Du Mosch - "Bermuda" (5:41)
  3. Paul Du Lac - "Beta Rhythm" (5:31)
Review: It's the tenth outing from Holland's 030303 imprint, and we're good and ready for some jacked-up, screw-face techno-house from this bunch of misfits. Wildcard D'Marc Cantu opens the EP by dropping a vicious electro bruiser in "Mine Motion", a tune would go down a storm in a dark basement with nothing but a single strobe to accompany its industrial bleeps, while Murder Capital associate Mark Du Mosch's "Bermuda" is a gentler, more opaque house duster with a dubby afterglow. Finally, Bio Rhythm overseer Paul Du Lac delivers the hypnotic "Beta Rhythm", a kick-less techno scorcher with a frenetic percussion and a bassline that would make Plastikman circa 1998 a very proud man indeed.
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From Antartica With Love
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Cat: US 010. Rel: 19 Sep 16
  1. Snowspeeder Blues (7:34)
  2. Thru Our Veins (5:15)
  3. A Perfect Balance (6:43)
  4. Full Spectrum (6:53)
  5. Full Spectrum (Juniper dub) (7:46)
Review: When he made his debut on Nous Disques last year, there was much discussion about whether O Xander - AKA DJ Rei Ayanami - was actually from Antarctica, as his sparse Soundcloud profile claimed. Either way, he's decided to roll with the theme on this fine follow-up, From Antarctica With Love. The EP's five tracks variously touch on icy electro ("Snowspeeder Blues"), windswept acid ("Thru Our Veins"), glacial electronica ("A Perfect Balance"), and clanking, mechanical techno (the deep but metallic "Full Spectrum"). The latter track is also featured in Juniper Dub form, with the Smallville and meandyou duo excelling at combining cut-up melody snippets with rolling, drum machine rhythms.
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Self Replication
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Cat: TRUST 27. Rel: 19 Sep 16
  1. Raptures Of The Deep (5:03)
  2. Scepsis (6:01)
  3. Gentrification (7:01)
  4. Pathogen (6:19)
Review: Boris Bunnik's Versalife alias is one of many monikers used by the producer. You might recognise some of his productions under the banner of Conforce, Silent Harbour, Vernon Felicity, or even Hexagon. You know the score; this is cerebral electro from the Dutch reign. He's up on the relatively obscure Trust imprint out of Austria, and this four-tracker is the perfect sort of gear for those looking to break up their house and techno sets with something a little more provocative. "Raptures Of The Deep" is a dark and gloriously deep mind-melter, and "Scepsis" ups the tempo with the help of a more complex percussion pattern and a heavy selection of low frequencies. On the flip, "Gentrification" is the sort of gear you'd hear the likes of DJ Stingray churning out in a high-tech electro set, leaving "Pathogen" to break the mould once again, and enter the deeper ends of the electro spectrum. Heavy.
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Obscure Fragments
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Cat: SLPR 003. Rel: 18 Jul 16
  1. The Future You (3:31)
  2. The Day Off At Outpost Gamma (4:42)
  3. The Stinson Effect (4:55)
  4. Tefnut (3:13)
  5. Peripheral Light (5:44)
Review: Norway's Stian Gjevik likes to travel below the radar, but his CN alias has been bouncing around proudly since 2011, delivering high quality IDM, electronica and electro for Brussel's utterly on-point WeMe Records. (In case you weren't aware, the imprint is home to some of the best and most expansive material from Detroit/Drexciyan legend DJ Stingray.) Gjevik is certainly in a Detroit mood with this new EP entitled Obscure Fragments, and "The Future Is You" is precisely the sort of high-powered electro gem that gets us going. "The Day Off At Outpost Gamma" is somewhat tamer in its energy, but the track is a beautifully wavy electro piece filled with mesmerising sounds; if you flip to the B-side you have a further three cuts of metallic pseudo techno, with our favourite being the gritty, cerebral future boogie of "Tefnut". Blade Runner vibes.
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Rave Or Die 06
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Rave Or Die 06 (limited 10")
Cat: ROD 06. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. The Exaltics - "Endless Journey" (5:09)
  2. Umwelt - "Delusive Reality" (5:33)
Review: On this installment of the long running Rave Or Die series, ever-present producer Umwelt is joined by prolific, mask-wearing techno misfits The Exaltics. It's the latter, a German twosome headed up by Robert Witschakowski, who strike first, layering up bubbly electronics, hard-wired acid lines, muscular beats and spacey chords on the sweaty techno/electro hybrid "Endless Journey". Umwelt goes a little deeper and moodier on flipside "Delusive Reality". While the acid lines are sharp and occasionally intense, he contrasts them with bittersweet pads, yearning melodies and a pulsating rhythm track full of relentless kick drums, crunchy snares and hissing cymbals.
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Played by: Cottam, PascalHetzel
Chord Rememory
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Chord Rememory (limited hand-numbered 12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: YUY 009. Rel: 03 Oct 16
  1. Chord Memory (Hyboid Galactic Memory) (4:37)
  2. Chord Memory (Robyrt Hecht Pivot Memory) (4:18)
  3. Execute (3:39)
  4. Chord Memory (Milium Mutiny Memory) (6:17)
  5. Chord Memory (CCO Echoic Memory) (5:14)
  6. Memory Loss (3:17)
Vibes New & Rare Music 2 Part 2
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Cat: RHM 010.2. Rel: 01 Sep 14
  1. Moodymann - "Momma"
  2. Sean Tate - "A Matter Of Honor" (Wilhite remix)
  3. Los Hermanos - "It's The Future"
  4. DJ Stingray - "Temporary Bond"
  5. TJ Dumas & Raybone Jones - "Runnin 2 U"
  6. Rick & Calvin - "Memories Analia"
  7. Orlando Voorn - "The Recipe"
  8. K-Alexi - "Head Banger"
Review: Vibes New & Rare Music 2 reaches it's conclusion here as Rush Hour drop the second and final double vinyl helping of the Rick Wilhite curated compilation with a suitably high profile cast of contributors involved. If you checked Part One which dropped earlier this year, you'll know Wilhite has expanded the remit to include producers from Chicago and New York - and if you didn't check it what's wrong with you! Any compilation that starts with an exclusive cut from Moodymann is gonna be good, and the dusty, disjointed "Momma" sets the tone quality wise for what follows. The Godson himself delivers a thunderous, stripped back take on "A Matter of Honour" by Sean Tate and this dukes it out with the apocalyptic electro of DJ Stingray and the rugged beatdown of Orlando Voorn as our favourites from this great collection.
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Syro (tri-fold 3xLP)
Cat: WARPLP 247. Rel: 22 Sep 14
  1. Minipops 67 (Source Field mix)
  2. XMAS EVET10 (Thanaton 3 mix)
  3. Produk 29
  4. 4 Bit 9D Api E 6
  5. 180db
  6. Circlont6a (Syrobonkus mix)
  7. Fz Pseudotimestretch E 3
  8. Circlont14 (Shrymoming mix)
  9. Syro U473t8 E (Piezoluminescence mix)
  10. Papat4 (Pineal mix)
  11. S950tx16wasr10 (Earth Portal mix)
  12. Aisatsana
Review: It's rare that an electronic album is the biggest album of the year, or at least the most hyped. That's certainly the case with Syro, Richard D James first official release under his Aphex Twin moniker for some 13 years. So, is it in any good? For starters, it sounds like an Aphex Twin album. Listen through to the 12 tracks, and many of his familiar staples are present - the "Digeridoo" era rave breakbeats, the mangled synth-funk mash-ups, the intoxicating ambient-era melodies, the warped basslines and the skittish drill & bass style rhythms. There's madness, beauty and intensity in spades. In other words, it's an Aphex Twin album, and - as so many have pointed out since the album's release was announced - there's no-one else quite like Richard D James.
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Jump Over Barrels
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Cat: DE 102. Rel: 18 Jan 16
  1. Jump Over Barrels (3:32)
  2. Jump Over Barrels (1981 demo) (3:32)
  3. Jump Over Barrels (Charles Manier remix) (3:33)
  4. Jump Over Barrels (early rehearsal version) (3:07)
Review: Post-punk aficionados may already by familiar with Crash Course In Science, a Philadelphia-based band who released two acclaimed singles between 1979 and '81, before going their separate ways. Here, one of the band's previously unheard 1981 demos gets mixed and released for the first time. "Jump Over Barrels" is a song about overcoming adversity, and in newly mixed form sounds like a lost post-punk classic. It's accompanied by a couple of demos - their initial 1981 recording, and an earlier, deliciously skeletal and heavy rehearsal version - and a fresh remix from Tadd Mullinix under his now familiar Charles Manier alias. The Ann Arbor-based producer does a good job of toughening up the track for modern dancefloors, whilst retaining the free-spirited essence of Crash Course In Science's original.
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Digital Tsunami
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Cat: TRESOR 182. Rel: 01 Dec 14
  1. Digital Tsunami
  2. Aquatic Cataclysm
  3. The Plankton Organisation
  4. Birth Of New Life
Review: Although Clone's series of remastered Drexciya retrospectives are excellent, it's nice that Tresor have decided to reissue the majority of material the Detroit pair released through the Berlin label in its original format. This way you get the music in the manner Donald and Stinson originally intended. The four tracks on Digital Tsunami were drawn from the same recording sessions that resulted in the sublime Drexciyan document Harnessing The Storm and thankfully got pressed on an addendum 12" after not making the cut for the double LP. With Tresor having just reissued Harnessing The Storm it seems only fair Digital Tsunami should be granted the same treatment. Some 13 years after it's original release and all the music here still sounds like it was drawn from the future, with Donald and Stinson excelling at rapid fire bursts of abstract subaquatic electro, such as towering highlight "The Plankton Organisation".
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Creation (yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: PH 53. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Creation (Psychmagik rework dub) (8:19)
  2. Creation (album version) (3:51)
  3. Delicious Light (Teeth Of The Sea rework) (5:20)
Review: Ahead of Erol Alkan and Richard Norris' debut album as the urban-slanging Beyond The Wizards Sleeve, Phantasy Sound have commissioned remixes two album tracks. "Creation", originally, is a psychedelic folky number reminiscent of '70s group Family Fodder which Psychemagik dub down into fusionists mix of aqueous and cosmic vibes, with its strains of folk kept intact. Meanwhile menacing tones come from London psych group Teeth Of The Sea who turn "Delicious Light" into something you'd imagine hearing on Blackest Ever Black.
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Kern Vol 3: The Rarities
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  1. Pollon - "Lost Souls" (5:44)
  2. Fret - "Stuck" (6:16)
  3. Future/Past - "Nebula Variation" (5:49)
  4. Mono Junk - "I'm Okey" (5:12)
Review: If seeking out exclusives for his Kern mix on Tresor from artists as varied as Clatterbox, Via App and Shanti Celeste demonstrated Objekt's standing within the techno community, this 'Rarities' sampler reflects the Berlin DJ and producer's deep knowledge. The four tracks here see Objekt dip into the yawning chasm that is the techno archive, selecting '90s-era tracks from Fret, Mono Junk and Kirk Digiorgio's Future/Past alias, complemented by a turn of the century curio by Pollon. Of these four, it's "Stuck" from Fret aka Mick Harris that stands out in particular, a dark and sleek rhythmic kick that feels like a hybrid of Autechre and Hessle Audio.
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Kern Vol 3: The Exclusives
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  1. Clatterbox - "Aspect Ratio" (5:41)
  2. Shanti Celeste - "Lights" (4:52)
  3. Polzer - "Static Rectifier" (4:56)
  4. Via App - "From Across The Room" (3:44)
Review: To complement Objekt's masterful 36-track session for their irregular Kern mix series, Tresor have put out two self-explanatory 12" samplers. Kern Vol. 3: The Exclusives sees contributions from accomplished electro technicians Clatterbox and Polzer as well as Bristol's rising Shanti Celeste and Via App of 1080p fame. "Aspect Ratio" from Clatterbox and Celeste's understandably incandescent "Lights" both feature in a movement on the mix that is a real highlight of Kern Vol. 3, but DJs will be happy both have been pressed her for full club play. On the B-side, the swift and snappy metallic tunnelling of Polzer's "Static Rectifier" could be mistaken for an angry DJ Stingray, whilst Via App's "From Across The Room (Edit)" is a more playful, if pensive affair.
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Just A Clown On Crack
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Cat: DKMNTL 036. Rel: 16 May 16
  1. Bridge Over A Golden Duckpond (4:48)
  2. Japanese Trains (3:54)
  3. Telepatic Consultation (8:41)
  4. Blue Austral (7:58)
  5. Central Coast Drifter (5:57)
  6. Just A Clown On Crack (5:56)
Review: Danny 'Legowelt' Wolfers describes the music he makes under the Occult Orientated Crime alias as "an accumulation of 20 years of musical research and training, and what affect it has on the brain". Read into that what you will; in practice, his OOC output allows Wolfers to explore the more deep and cosmic end of the ambient spectrum, with sly nods towards jazz and movie soundtracks amongst the Motor City synthesizers, buried spoken word vocals and intergalactic chord progressions. The fantastically titled Just A Clown On Crack is the first OOC release to make it to wax, and effortlessly recalls the early '90s glory days of ambient house and intelligent techno, whilst still retaining many of Wolfers' stylistic trademarks.
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#7885 Electropunk To Technopop
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#7885 Electropunk To Technopop (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: CABS 26. Rel: 23 Jun 14
  1. Do The Mussolini (Headkick)
  2. The Set Up
  3. Nag Nag Nag
  4. On Every Other Street
  5. Silent Command
  6. Kneel To The Boss
  7. Seconds Too Late
  8. Landslide
  9. Breathe Deep
  10. Just Fascination (7" version)
  11. Crackdown (radio edit 83)
  12. The Dream Ticket (7" version)
  13. Sensoria (7" version)
  14. James Brown (7" version)
  15. Kino (7" version)
  16. Big Funk (7" version)
  17. I Want You (7" version)
  18. Warm
Review: London's legendary Mute institution goes back to its roots and digs up some of the best work by one of the UK's finest Cabaret Voltaire. These guys don't really need an introduction give the fact that they're pretty much responsible for the rise of post-punk right through to the birth of techno. It was about time a new compilation of their stuff was released, especially one as brutally on-point as this one! All the classics such as "Nag Nag Nag", "Kneel To The Boss" and "On Every Other Street" are one here but the more obscure rarities that were previously only available on 7" are the real winners. "Just Fascination", for example, is one you'll certainly want on a longer, re-mastered cut! Downright essential!
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Computer World
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Computer World (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: STUMM 307. Rel: 16 Nov 09
  1. Computer World
  2. Pocket Calculator
  3. Numbers
  4. Computer World 2
  5. Computer Love
  6. Home Computer
  7. It's More Fun To Compute
Stereo Freeze
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Cat: RS 1009. Rel: 08 Nov 10
  1. Stereo Freeze
  2. Mass Dreams Of The Future
Review: R&S add further credence to their potential label of the year status with this release from Hemlock decision maker Untold. After letting this EP soak in over the course of an afternoon, we feel the two tracks here might just edge out CMYK and Temporary Thrillz as our favourite from the imprint in 2010. Perfectly befitting for his debut on the iconic label, "Stereo Freeze" sees Jack Dunning update the Detroit techno sonic template with brutal results. A track characterised by demonic frequencies of sub bass, this is a twisted sensory journey that peaks and lulls brilliantly, and defies any sense of genre categorisation. This outright lairiness is complemented by the B Side missive "Mass Dreams Of The Future" which is the brilliant sonic offspring of Underground Resistance and the more rugged end of funky. A vast array of rave stabs and deft bass twists are the perfect melodic accompaniment to a brand new yet retro house beat pattern. This marks another fine chapter in an annus mirabulus for the reinvigorated Belgian label.
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Cat: C#CC 005LP. Rel: 09 Apr 07
  1. Cellular Phone
  2. Technic 1200
  3. Scientist
  4. Rocket Scientist
  5. Superior Race
  6. Satellites
  7. Plastiphilia 2
  8. Voice Activated
  9. Speak & Spell
  10. Denki No Zuno
  11. Sterilization
  12. Die Radiometre
  13. Pornoactress
  14. Infophysix
  15. Pornovision
Review: **REPRESS** Another album from the amazing mind of Heinrich Mueller (aka Gerald Donald). Originally released on DJ Hell's Gigolo label and apparently only licensed after Gerald crashed Hell's BMW and had to come up with a means of paying him back. All the tracks first appeared on the very obscure Dataphysix imprint from Detroit, with some releases only reaching the 500 copy mark. Now brought back to life for 2007, "Gesamtkunstwerk" could be one of the best electro albums ever made. Yes that's right, I said it...the best ever! This is almost as important for the techno generation as Kraftwerk's "Computerworld" and "Autobahn" were for many in the 80s. The tracks are all pretty simple, made up of only two or three analogue instruments each, but they seem to hold these timeless melodies that you can never tire of. Other moments are eerie, menacing and downright strange, but still pure genius. You know how a lot of the time when you buy a new record it becomes your favourite for a while, and then it starts to lose a little life? (Of course it's still good, but just not as fresh as the first couple of weeks when you listened to it on repeat). Well guess what? That doesn't happen with this record. I must have listened to some of the tracks on here over a 1000 times and they still send shivers down my spine. It's one of those special albums that just don't seem to age.
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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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Island Life
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Cat: BAP 064. Rel: 01 Aug 16
  1. Streets Of Palermo (5:31)
  2. Island Life (5:52)
  3. Sicilian Nights (2:20)
  4. Vacanze D'Estate (2:02)
Review: More than a few eyebrows were raised when Thomas Blanckaert - best known for the Belgian rave revivalism of his Innershades project - popped up on Bordello A Parigi last year under the Palermo Disco Squad alias. Like that EP - entitled Palermo Disco Theme - this follow-up explores a tuneful, ear-pleasing sound that draws influence from classic electro and Italo-disco. Undeniably analogue-rich and stylistically spot-on - all four tracks sound like they could have been made around 1984 - there's little to fault throughout. Highlights include the spacey pads, rising and falling melodies and gently pulsing arpeggio lines of "Sicilian Nights", the sticky, pitched-down chug of "Island Life", and the bubbly electro hustle of "Streets of Palermo".
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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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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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Illahertz EP
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Cat: SHIP 043COL. Rel: 05 Sep 16
  1. Dreaming Electric (5:55)
  2. Subfreaked (6:00)
  3. Illahertz (5:55)
  4. Amnesia Hazed (6:06)
Rain EP
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Rain EP (12")
Cat: DLM 011. Rel: 18 Jul 16
  1. Rain (8:32)
  2. Hypnosis (4:57)
  3. Rain (radioactive Man remix) (7:28)
  4. Space Opera (6:19)
Heinrich Dressel & Cestrian
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Cat: CYBERDANCE 014. Rel: 24 Jun 13
  1. Heinrich Dressel - "Out Of The Blue"
  2. Heinrich Dressel - "Thru The Fog"
  3. Cestrian - "Strong Face" (full version)
  4. Cestrian - "Methane Filter"
Review: Heinrich Dressel from Minimal Rome and Ali Renault in his Cestrian guise team up to bring us the latest release on Cyber Dance Records, a split EP featuring 2 tracks from each of them. Side A is Heinrich Dressel's half of the record and kicks off with 'Out Of The Blue', a deep throbbing monster of a jam full of psychedelic synths rumbling and pulsating beneath mesmerising electronic tones. His other track. 'Thru The Fog' ups the tempo and pushes the rock-solid analogue weightiness into a Chicago-esque jack classic that DJs won't be able to resist. The Cestrian half of the record counter-balances Dressel's moody analogue jams with 2 LSD-driven electro-monsters that evoke bleak but somehow lush visions of life in the modern world of concrete and machines. 'Strong Face' with its distinctive audio sampling and dystopian future vibes would surely be just the kind of electro JG Ballard would approve of, while 'Methane Filter' is a tweaked-out electro rocker that sounds like robotic paranoia distilled into soundwaves. If you like your synths cooked to perfection you won't want to miss this!
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