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Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe (reissue)
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Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe (reissue) (2xLP + MP3 download code) (1 per customer)
Cat: WARPLP 90R. Rel: 13 Feb 17
  1. Eye Contact (5:28)
  2. It's Your Love (7:29)
  3. Moonlight Rendezvous (7:04)
  4. You Said You Want Me (4:23)
  5. Let Me Be Me (3:32)
  6. Running From Love (2:38)
  7. Lifestyles Of The Casual (5:27)
  8. Sunrays (8:14)
Review: Last year, someone set up an online petition calling for Warp to re-release The Other People Place's brilliant Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe album on wax. Happily, Warp has responded to the strength of feeling from electronica fans - most of whom bristled at the high online prices for second hand copies - and re-pressed it. Drexciya man James Stinson's 2001 solo set remains a timeless electronic classic; a perfectly pitched and immaculately produced fusion of downtempo electro rhythms, spacey electronics and twinkling synthesizer melodies. In fact, you'll struggle to find a better electro album full stop, making this reissue an essential purchase for anyone not lucky enough to own an original copy.
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Spacer Woman
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Spacer Woman (12" + insert repress)
Cat: DE 077. Rel: 02 Jan 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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Beyond The Pillars Of Hercules
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  1. The Calling (3:49)
  2. Beyond The Pillars Of Hercules (3:55)
  3. Limbo Of The Lost (2:35)
  4. The Voyage Of Explorer 304 (4:07)
  5. The Dark Reef (1:03)
  6. Dark Water Dreams (3:54)
  7. Light Beams (3:12)
  8. Corals (1:57)
  9. Floating Home (4:12)
Played by: Kid Who
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Auto Reverse
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Auto Reverse (limited 2xLP + 16 page booklet)
Cat: C#CC 030. Rel: 06 Feb 17
  1. Car Scene One (0:49)
  2. Audiofileseven (2:40)
  3. Audiofile 12 (4:55)
  4. Audiofilefive (3:53)
  5. Audiofilenine (2:45)
  6. Motorway Sparks: AF18 (3:05)
  7. Vinyl Seat (5:11)
  8. Audiofile 10 (4:57)
  9. #15 (S'prang) (5:42)
  10. AF16 (The Concept Car) (4:09)
  11. Jingle 11b (0:33)
  12. Aluminium Rectangles (3:12)
  13. Malice (4:05)
  14. 20/20 (3:18)
  15. Warm Humans (2:25)
  16. Version 19 (3:51)
  17. Cinematic-Automatic (3:41)
  18. Flame Job (5:11)
  19. Fony (4:34)
  20. Beau Ideal (3:53)
  21. Final Auto Attendant (alt version) (1:02)
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Electro: A Personal Selection Of Electro Classics
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Joey NEGRO/VARIOUS
Cat: ZEDDCD 040. Rel: 20 Feb 17
  1. Hashim - "Al Naafiysh (The Soul)"
  2. Aleem - "Release Yourself" (dub)
  3. Dynamix II - "Just Give The DJ A Break" (feat Too Tough Tee)
  4. Two Sisters - "High Noon" (part 2)
  5. Newcleus - "Computer Age (Push The Button)"
  6. Tyrone Brunson - "The Smurf"
  7. Paul Hardcastle - "Rain Forest"
  8. Key-Matic - "Breakin' In Space"
  9. Dwayne Omarr - "This Party's Jam Packed"
  10. The Russell Brothers - "The Party Scene"
  11. Midnight Star - "Freak-A-Zoid"
  12. G-Force - "Feel The Force" (feat Ronnie Gee & Captain Cee)
  13. Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five - "Scorpio"
  14. Imperial Brothers - "We Come To Rock"
  15. Divine Sounds - "What People Do For Money"
  16. The Beat Box Boys - "Give Me My Money"
  17. The Packman - "I’m The Packman (Eat Everything I Can)"
  18. Kosmic Light Force - "Mysterious Waves"
  19. High Fidelity Three - "B-Boys Breakdance" (instrumental)
  20. X-Ray Vision - "Video Control"
Review: Having previously put together essential compilations on disco, boogie, go-go, Brit-funk and Italo-house, Joey Negro has decided to turn his attention to the sound that inspired a whole generation of future British house and techno producers: electro. His "personal selection" gathers together a mixture of well-known scene anthems - "Al Naafyish", "Just Give The DJ A Break", the Dub of "Release Yourself", "Scorpio", and so on - alongside some obscure gems that are well worth the admission price. Of these, we need to draw your attention to Kosmic Light Force's brilliant - and frustratingly hard to find - "Mysterious Waves", and The Russell Brothers thrillingly intergalactic "The Party Scene".
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Succhiamo
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Succhiamo (12")
Cat: ATN 033. Rel: 20 Feb 17
  1. Succhiamo (3:59)
  2. Al Supermercato (5:25)
Played by: Steve Murphy
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Bodypop EP
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Bodypop EP (silver vinyl 12")
Cat: SHIP 048. Rel: 20 Feb 17
  1. Bodypop (6:36)
  2. Image 2 Image (6:37)
  3. Midge Image (5:43)
  4. Moor Mist (7:00)
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New Order Presents: Be Music
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NEW ORDER/VARIOUS
Cat: FBN 60. Rel: 20 Feb 17
  1. 52nd Street - "Can't Afford" (6:52)
  2. Section 25 - "Looking From A Hilltop" (Megamix) (8:08)
  3. The Beat Club - "Security" (5:51)
  4. Marcel King - "Reach For Love" (5:27)
  5. Quando Quango - "Love Tempo" (7:08)
  6. Nyam Nyam - "Fate/Hate" (8:07)
  7. A Certain Ratio - "Bootsy" (Swingfire mix) (4:18)
  8. Factory Floor - "Real Love" (7:23)
  9. Marnie - "The Hunter" (remix) (6:57)
  10. The Other Two - "Inside" (7:21)
  11. Fujiya & Miyagi - "Daggers" (remix) (5:31)
  12. Tim Burgess - "Oh Men" (02 remix) (6:37)
Review: Under the New Order banner, Peter Hook, Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris and Gillian Gilbert have given us some of the most iconic music of the last 35 years. The band helped to shape dance music into how we recognise it in this day and age, and it's fair to say that they helped to transform Manchester into another district of Detroit and Chicago back in the 1980s. This new compilation, out on the Factory Benelux imprint, features some of their most important and genre-defining dance work between 1981 and 1985, when the term Be Music was coined. While not under the New Order moniker, all of these tracks were produced by its various members - Section 25, A Certain Ratio, and 52nd Street are just some of the names on here, as well as a rampant selection of contemporary remixes from the likes of Marnie, Tim Burgess and Factory Floor. This is just unmissable - 10 out of 10.
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Comacid EP
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Comacid EP (limited coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: FN 072. Rel: 20 Feb 17
  1. Slow Death (7:49)
  2. Space Funk (7:48)
  3. Scared (7:31)
  4. Binder (4:23)
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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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Played by: I Love Disco!
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Memory Lake
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Cat: LT 031. Rel: 20 Feb 17
  1. Mixed Messages (4:20)
  2. Closeness (4:34)
  3. Memory Lake (4:54)
  4. Obscure Alternatives (4:59)
  5. X (5:00)
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Sea Of Visions
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Sea Of Visions (hand-stamped 2xLP limited to 200 copies)
Cat: RHYTHM 019. Rel: 13 Feb 17
  1. Future City (5:56)
  2. Emotional Respomse To Darkness (7:07)
  3. The Surveillance Society (6:54)
  4. Wave Become Wings (7:40)
  5. Last Days (8:23)
  6. Sea Of Visions (6:42)
  7. Dreams (7:51)
Review: Before unfurling some crystalline, IDM-inspired electro and bubbly Italo-disco on Bio Rhythm late last year, Ian Martin had been better known for releasing blends of dark ambience and unsettling industrial noise. This full-length excursion sits somewhere between the two. While mostly melodious and ear pleasing - think mutant electrofunk, IDM, Motor City techno and left-of-centre electronica - the album's seven tracks still come doused in crackly noise, and the distinctive fuzziness of straight-to-tape production. There are numerous high points, including the paranoid electro murkiness of "The Surveillance Society", the polyrhythmic moodiness of "Last Days", and the intergalactic positivity of "Sea of Visions".
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Talus Loop EP
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Talus Loop EP (12" repress)
Cat: LDR 19. Rel: 06 Feb 17
  1. The Breakfast Club (7:49)
  2. Lunar Landing (5:21)
  3. Jade (6:15)
  4. Hurley (5:16)
Review: Frustrated Funk, Shopwrec and Central Processing Unit are just some of the quality labels on which the enigmatic 214 has delivered his wayward strains of electro and techno. This new single for Lunar Disko is straight-up, high calibre business, as per usual, starting with the mesmerising pads and alluring soundscapes of "The Breakfast Club", a beat-driven escapade through a wave of majestic synths. "Lunar Landing" is more on the Dutch electro side of things, thanks to its sub-aquatic beats and general demeanour while, on the flip, "Jade" injects some Chicago house live through an industrial filter, and "Hurley" liquifies its synths down to a thick pool of sonics and subtle beats. Gorgeous music.
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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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The Glowing
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The Glowing (limited numbered hand-stamped 12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: BT 17. Rel: 13 Feb 17
  1. Morah - "One Conversation With A Funny Demon" (5:18)
  2. Solid Blake - "Burns" (4:20)
  3. Ivna Ji - "Oscillating Universe" (6:03)
  4. Vertical67 - "Distortion" (7:06)
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Neu Rochelle
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Cat: TP 05. Rel: 30 Jan 17
  1. Neu Rochelle (7:02)
  2. All Question All Answers (6:20)
  3. ULT (8:01)
  4. Stil Breezin (6:10)
Review: Lazy Harts Club man Evan Baggs is not one for keeping up a regular release schedule; in fact, his last single of note appeared way back in 2015. This first appearance on Time Passages has arguably been worth the wait, though. The Neu Rochelle EP offers a quartet of contrasting cuts. For example, compare the rough-and-ready, bass-heavy Drexciyan space electro of "UTL", the rolling, acid-flecked old school tech-house of "Neu Rochelle", and the melodious machine jam that is closer "Still Breezin". Best of all, though, is "All Question All Answers", which comes on like an unlikely collaboration between 'Pure Trance' era KLF, bleep types Sweet Exorcist, and late '90s tech-house jams.
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The Sugar Cane Chronicles Vol 2
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Cat: HYPE 058. Rel: 13 Feb 17
  1. Steady Choosin' (5:48)
  2. Countin' Up With Starr (5:10)
  3. Runner Joe's Revenge (4:40)
  4. Pool Shark Loot (5:36)
Review: Gary Gritness' real name is Tim Becherand. He is a session musician who has been around for some time and has worked alongside some of the greats such as the legendary Kenny Bobien and top producers in house music like Grant Nelson, Terry Hunter, Louie Vega and many more. The Sugar Cane Chronicles Vol. 1 on London's Hypercolour was one of 2016's highlights where he explored some Underground Resistance inspired hi-tech soul jams alongside some electro-funk reminiscent of Japanese Telecom. Here for the second instalment of the series, he delivers the goods once again. Take for instance "Countin' Up With Starr" which features some razor sharp analogue arpeggios and celestial synths, dancing atop rusty vintage drum computer patterns. So convincingly that you'd think they were lost tapes from 1991. On the flip, another gem came in the form of "Pool Shark Loot" which unlike the other tracks is a lo-slung boogie jam and shows of Gary's dexterity on the keys and he tears it up on a series of slick synth solos.
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Played by: ISOUL8 (Volcov)
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Eye Can See The Darkness (In The End Of The Tunnel)
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Cat: LTWHT 010. Rel: 16 Jan 17
  1. Blinded By The Light (5:17)
  2. Blinded By The Light (Jeremiah R remix) (5:08)
  3. I Am Not Him (7:12)
  4. Outernet (6:19)
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STILLEBEN 046
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  1. UHU - "Science Out Of Silence" (4:44)
  2. Morphology - "Dementia" (5:58)
  3. Rondo - "Bravache" (3:24)
  4. Das Muster - "Fortschritt" (2:48)
  5. Luke Eargoggle & Martin Matiske - "Elektro Emotionen" (5:00)
  6. Encounter - "Vision Screen" (4:55)
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MTRON 002
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  1. Dez Williams - "Only Way I Know" (6:36)
  2. Umwelt - "Mankind Origin" (5:34)
  3. Dmitry Distant & Igors Vorobjovs - "Cold Scape" (4:02)
  4. Fleck ESC - "Dimmer Set Up" (5:34)
Played by: Leah Floyeurs
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My Mental Madness EP
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My Mental Madness EP (limited 12")
Cat: CV 001. Rel: 23 Jan 17
  1. My Mental Madness (6:30)
  2. Chromoscope (6:34)
  3. Megallanic Cloud (6:58)
Review: Italian in Berlin Saverio Celestri returns with more minimal electro that has seen him receive many accolades of late with releases on labels such as Slow Life and Batti Batti. "My Mantal Madenss" sees him work the signature boom and snap of an 808 beneath the metallic bleeps of FM synthesis and gloomy analogue pads. "Chromoscope" goes for something more fierce and breakneck, utilizing the same elements of the previous track into something more lively and reminiscent of early Dopplereffekt or Ultradyne. With that in mind, the final track on the flip entitled "Megallanic Cloud" continues on with some early Detroit aesthetics as well, channeling the spirit of early Model 500 rather impressively.
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Peace Of Mind EP
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Peace Of Mind EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: XDSR 5. Rel: 25 Jan 16
  1. Peace Of Mind (Electrosoul)
  2. Tone
  3. Contact
  4. Signifier
Review: Chuck 'em in a black bag and give 'em a blotchy stamp. That's Delsin's modus operandi when it comes to re-releasing their favourite older material. And following their re-up of Son.Sine's beautiful Upekah 12", Claro Intelecto's first ever release makes its way on to the prominent Dutch label, a solid decade after it was first released on the now defunct Ai Records. For that 'must have' feeling "Tone" is the track you want to hear first; a gnarly acid work out of Drexciya-influenced techno that's been dragged through the mud and sounds all the better for it. Before that though there's a deeper and electro-leaning "Peace Of Mind (Electosoul)", and while "Signifier" mirrors it somewhat, it's deep house that's pure as the driven snow. And if you needed any more proof that Intelecto is the master of a phat-bassline, look no further than "Contact".
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Evanescence
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Cat: BAP 089. Rel: 20 Feb 17
  1. Evanescence (7:03)
  2. Beyond The Consciousness (6:31)
  3. Echoman (7:24)
  4. Wrong Way (5:59)
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Untitled Love
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Cat: UTTU 070. Rel: 23 Jan 17
  1. Shades Of Red (6:23)
  2. Diving Into Waters Of The Moon (5:56)
  3. Authorized Personnel Only (6:48)
  4. Untitled Love (6:34)
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10 Year Electronics
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  1. Sync 24 & Truss - "Tri-gate" (6:17)
  2. Sync 24 & Radioactive Man - "Eliptical" (5:59)
  3. Sync 24 & Jensen Interceptor - "Wave ID" (6:06)
  4. Sync 24 & Steve Allman - "We Animate" (6:11)
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Wei?
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Wei? (12")
Cat: DEEWEE 020. Rel: 06 Feb 17
  1. Wei? (9:34)
  2. Teknow (5:08)
Played by: Neil Diablo
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Populist
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Populist (12")
Cat: E 026. Rel: 30 Jan 17
  1. Too Many Freaks (5:57)
  2. Vibe Killer (4:13)
  3. Control Myself (6:47)
  4. Ur Lucky Ur Still Alive (4:36)
Review: Not Waving is the moniker of Italian 'thrash' techno producer, Alessio Natalizia. Between releases for the likes of Emotional Response, Diagonal, and the present Ecstatic, the shady artist has found himself a snug fit amid the sound that's been developed by likeminded producers such as Powell. As such, "Too Many Freaks" is the sort of techno that branches out to the industrial side of dance music, injecting a whole heap of freaky screams and sonic warfare into the mix, which is further evolved through the bleepy bumps of "Vibe Killer". The B-side kicks off with a piece of vintage coldwave that reminds us of Esplendor Geometrico's visionary proto-techno sounds, while "Ur Lucky Ur Still Alive" drags its grainy percussion elements over a gnarly, noise-filtered dance experiment. All of it masterfully acid-fuelled, of course. FIRE.
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Geisterfahrer
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Cat: CORRESPONDANT 53. Rel: 23 Jan 17
  1. Geisterfahrer (7:02)
  2. Geisterfahrer (Factory Floor remix) (6:15)
  3. Drachenfels (8:15)
Review: Die Wilde Jagd are Sebastian Lee Philip. Ralf Beck is musician and producer from Dusseldorf. He has released several albums as part of the duo Nalin & Kane, as well as under the name Unit 4. He collects old synthesizers and effect pedals and has worked with Karl Bartos. In his studio Uhrwald Orange, he has recorded music by Propaganda, Kreidler, Black Devil Disco and many more. Sebastian Lee Philip is part of the Berlin-based electro-wave duo Noblesse Oblige and composes music for theatre and radio plays. Between 2001 and 2006 he lived in London where he ran the club night 'Caligula' and performed as a DJ. "Geisterfahrer" is cosmic and spacey kraut rock that sees the pair propel you into the stratosphere. British duo Factory Floor's excellent remix strips things back and takes things on a darker and technological turn with this minimal electro epic. On the flip, "Drachenfels" sees Beck and Philip do their thing again: lose yourself in this eight minutes of absolute bliss awash in reverberated drums, delayed guitar riffs and splendid arpeggios.
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Return 2 Acid
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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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Break The Pattern
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Cat: UV 041. Rel: 20 Feb 17
  1. Level MSK (6:47)
  2. September Futuristic (6:53)
  3. Chords In Chorus (5:47)
  4. Pull Of (4:20)
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Bringing Slide Back
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Cat: FR 037. Rel: 23 Jan 17
  1. Bringing Slide Back (3:48)
  2. Slide Me Yo Love (3:40)
  3. Varrio Funk (4:33)
  4. Loose That Man (3:53)
  5. Deuce & A 1/4 (3:09)
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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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Sarcastic Destroyer
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Sarcastic Destroyer (marbled vinyl 12" (comes in different coloured vinyl, we cannot guarantee which one you will receive))
Cat: OYEBLK 002. Rel: 30 Jan 17
  1. Intro (1:42)
  2. 24/7 Yolo (7:36)
  3. MCV (4:59)
  4. Happy Eater (5:11)
  5. SDMB (feat Ayran Mindy) (6:02)
Review: Badder-than-bad DJ-producer Kickflip Mike also goes by the names of Handsome Jay and Joschka Seibt, and we gotta say that all of his productions are our kinda thang. This new, hot plate of wax on Oye Black feels like the most carefully crafted strain of outsider house that's on the market right now, balancing the edges of leftfield and house music ever so smoothly. The "Intro" launches us into a hazy, ambient mood, but "24/7 Yolo" quickly provides the beats and bass in the form of some mightily rugged dance patterns with a dubby feel, which is liquified down to a smooth, broken beat sort of assemblage on "MCV". Flip the disc and you got the power drums of "Happy Eater", all mixed up with devilish FX tricks and jazzy, sampled array of melodies. The final stroke of madness comes through with"SDMB", a washed-out electro groover with a smooth, seductive approach. Excellent, and very much TIPPED!!
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Extra Terra
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Cat: UNIT 03. Rel: 20 Feb 17
  1. Extra Terra (6:33)
  2. Fermi Paradox (5:54)
Played by: Bloody Mary
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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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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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Ring The Bell (Tribute)
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Cat: SHPRMX 2. Rel: 16 Jan 17
  1. Ring The Bell (4:46)
  2. Ring The Bell (Posthuman remix) (6:05)
  3. Ring The Bell (FAH remix) (7:04)
  4. Ring The Bell (Gez Varley LFO remix) (6:51)
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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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Archives 1999-2001
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Archives 1999-2001 (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: CYBERDANCE 019. Rel: 01 Feb 16
  1. Marble Madness (2:26)
  2. Falling Down Suite (7:20)
  3. Make It Rock (live) (4:39)
  4. Dirty (5:11)
  5. Toys Around (5:09)
  6. Commando (5:08)
  7. Musicadambiente (4:50)
  8. Gloria Gloria (6:05)
Review: Italian arcade electro superstars Mat 101 are back with this LP of lost recordings from the vaults on Cyber Dance Records. Back in the late 90s when electro was first being resurrected and transformed into a more European dark psychedelic style Mat 101 were at the forefront of the revolution, taking inspiration from the pure electro sounds of the arcade games of their youth and representing the classic Italian sound in new and unexpectedly brilliant ways. Their legacy was immense, spawning Jollymusic, Pigna People, Raiders Of The Lost Arp and Francisco (among many other projects) and inspiring subsequent generations of electro wannabes with how to do it properly ever since. This LP brings together their lost recordings, some intended for a second LP that never was, along with live cuts and rarities as well as other unreleased material. However the album is in no way merely a random collection of lost bits and pieces - what is surprising is how fresh, finished and naturally flowing the record sounds, so much so that it really would have made a worthy follow up to their classic 1999 'Goodbye Mum!' first album. The breadth of sound on the records, from the gently hypnotising strains of 'Marble Madness' and the blissful climax of 'Gloria Gloria' to the intense electro jamming of 'Commando' and the progressive rave monster 'Toys Around', is truly stunning. And with dancefloor anthems like 'Falling Down Suite' and 'Musicadambiente' thrown into the mix too the release is essential ammunition for both DJ activists and armchair-listeners alike.
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Default Query
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Default Query (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VV 019. Rel: 08 Feb 16
  1. Query A
  2. Query B
  3. Query C
  4. Query D
Review: "Privacy has released well-received records with labels like Lobster Theremin and Klasse Wrecks. Now he thinks it's a good idea to enlist with the ranks of determined weirdos over at Valcrond Video. Why? The Valcrond offices are replete with alluring snacks. Cornucopia-level amounts of treats, both sweet and salty. Mr. Privacy would hang around all day eating stuff and listening to Siamese Dream with Luke until the office manager who keeps things in line was forced to ask them both to leave. A deal was struck: In exchange for a continued flow of free snacks and treats, Privacy agreed to provide these 4 tracks. In the same way Privacy is unable to resist a warm chocolate croissant, no one who plays records in public for a living will be able to resist these audio delights."
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Trax
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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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Zatlap
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Zatlap (12")
Cat: KLAKSON 025. Rel: 20 Feb 17
  1. Zatlap (7:18)
  2. Kopstoot (5:33)
  3. De Fles (5:53)
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Your Soul
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Your Soul (12")
Cat: BAR 009. Rel: 19 Dec 16
  1. Blood (6:17)
  2. Duelists (4:43)
  3. Your Soul (5:24)
  4. Ghost (5:02)
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Cognition
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Cognition (12")
Cat: LP 07. Rel: 18 May 15
  1. Acetylcholine (6:31)
  2. Dendrite (4:44)
  3. ErbB4 (4:56)
  4. ErbB4 (Kon001 remix) (6:58)
Review: It's hard to find fault with anything by Detroit stalwart DJ Stingray. The Motor City veteran rarely puts a foot wrong, regardless of whether he's focusing on futurist techno or blistering, Drexciya-influenced electro. This EP for Lower Parts delivers the best of both worlds. On one hand, you have the stargazing bounce, undulating bassline, and shuffling 4/4 rhythms of "eRbB4" (also impressively remixed in an alien, Rotterdam electro style by Kon001), and the driving techno intensity of "Acetylocholine". On the other, there's "Denddrite", a ghetto-tech and footwork inspired electro blast that contrasts hissing rhythms with yearning, stretched-out chords.
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The Sound Of Belgium Vol 3
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VARIOUS
Cat: LMFLF 318CD. Rel: 28 Nov 16
  1. Plastic Bertrand - "Tout Petit La Planete"
  2. 1000 Ohm - "A.G.N.E.S"
  3. Les Tueurs De La Lune De Miel - "Decollage"
  4. Zwischenfall - "Flucht 1985"
  5. Noise Abroad - "Vent That Spleen"
  6. Front 242 - "Quite Unusual"
  7. The Weathermen - "Poison"
  8. Zinno - "What's Your Name?"
  9. Telex - "The Voice"
  10. Chayell - "Beach"
  11. Antena - "Camino Del Sol"
  12. Dan Lacksman - "Skylab"
  13. Chris Craft - "Discosmic Sinfonia"
  14. Waylon - "Creme De La Creme"
  15. Public Relations - "Eighty Eight"
  16. PLB System - "Acid River"
  17. Periclis - "Fly Woman"
  18. Acts Of Madmen - "The Dream"
  19. The Maxx - "Cocaine"
  20. 101 - "Rock To The Beat"
  21. Twice Of Love - "The Birth"
  22. Major Problem - "Acid Queen"
  23. Spock Jr - "Ion" (Boccaccio edit)
  24. Zerocks - "You Too"
  25. Sister Movie - "Hold Me"
  26. P.J.istes - "Confocation"
  27. Zsa Zsa La Boum - "Tu Veux Ou Tu Veux Pas"
  28. Digital Vamp - "You Can Take My Body" (Vamp Dance mix)
  29. 2 Body's - "Astoria"
  30. Technotronic - "Pump Up The Jam" (Red Zone mix)
  31. The Project - "Do That Dance"
  32. Frank De Wulf - "The Tape" (remix)
  33. Channel X - "Rave The Rhythm"
  34. Pleasure Game - "Le Dormeur" (Paradox mix)
  35. Aquastep - "Oempa Loempa"
  36. Phantasia - "Inner Light" (French version)
  37. Bazz - "House Of Pax" (Sanchid mix)
  38. Plexus - "Cactus Rhythm" (Mike Ferlin mix)
  39. Kate B - "Free"
  40. Human Resource - "Dominator" (Frank De Wulf remix)
  41. Ravesignal - "Horsepower"
  42. Test - "Overdub" (New Concept)
  43. Jambo! - "Drumattack"
  44. Mappa Mundi - "Trance Fusion"
  45. UNA - "Can You Hear Me"
  46. Dream Concept - "Shy Kid" (In Rhythm mix)
  47. V-Tracks - "Heretic Voices"
  48. Jeannot - "Astrology"
  49. Dave Swayze - "Goldwave (24K)"
  50. Blue Alphabet - "Cybertrance"
  51. Danny Casseau aka Trax-X - "Gravity"
  52. DJ Marco Bailey - "Scorpia"
  53. CJ Bolland - "The Prophet"
  54. Yves Deruyter - "Back To Earth" (Rave mix)
  55. T-Quest - "Upiter"
  56. The Amazing - "Qu'est-ce Que Vous Voulez?"
Review: We were wondering when this beast of a compilation would come out, and we certainly have not been disappointed with the result! La Musique Fait La Force, Belgium's powerhouse when it comes to electro and breakbeat - the good shit, not that regurgitated nu-skool crap - comes through with the third instalment of The Sound Of Belgium, an extended selection of electro, hardcore, breakbeat, and everything else that came out of the country in the late 80s and early 90s. There is plenty to be excited about here so you are more than spoilt for choice...especially given the fact that pretty much everything on here is solid gold. Dig in!
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Transhumanism
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Transhumanism (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: BA 50. Rel: 13 Feb 17
  1. RXmode - "Lost" (6:05)
  2. W1B0 - "Utopia Planitia" (6:29)
  3. TFHats - "IConnect" (5:30)
  4. Slaves Of Sinus - "People Who Destroy" (5:40)
Review: UK stable Bass Agenda Recordings has been veritably killing it since they kicked things into motion back in 2013. Since then, it's been nothing but quality from the imprint, and all of it from a vast pool of hand-picked artists that have remained largely loyal to them. This time it's a collaborative effort between four emerging talents, all of them into the darker varieties of that inimitable electro-techno crossover. RXmode's "Lost" is a menacing, uncompromising techno bruiser with a bleek outlook on life, and this particular form of dystopia turns even darker and more chilling on "Utopia Planitia" by W1B0. For the B-side TFHats strips things back a little, still banging out the electro, but this time adorned by a more synth-heavy atmosphere, while Slaves Of Sinus from "People Who Destroy" offers a bouncy, playful electro cut for the dance. Sick.
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Coincidences
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Coincidences (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + poster)
Cat: BA 051. Rel: 13 Feb 17
  1. Hasard (2:27)
  2. Reactions En Chaine (3:15)
  3. Collision (3:32)
  4. Coincidences (4:55)
  5. Les Institutions Du Destin (1:56)
  6. Illusion Du Hasard (2:13)
  7. Eternite (6:04)
  8. Destin Ou Fatalite (1:55)
  9. Providence (2:31)
  10. Pressentiment (1:17)
  11. Coincidence Universelle (3:38)
  12. Le Regne Du Chaos (2:20)
Review: Franck Kartell has been waving the flag for French electro for quite some time now, but what we really like about this man's style is his ability to branch out to all sorts of misguided, psychedelic electronics. He returns to his favourite Bass Agenda with a storming LP, a glorious collection of industrial dance tunes that's make the likes of Henrich Dreissel very proud indeed. Coincidences is an album of many shapes and sizes, with some tunes made for the floor and others built for pure meditation, but there is a recurrent sound running through its nervous system, an elegant strain of high-powered Detroit funk. Don't get us wrong, this gets into some pretty sticky electro heaviness in many places, but there are also extended moments made of pensive, deep-as-hell instrumentation. It's bad-ass. TIP!
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Grey City Anthem
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Grey City Anthem (1-sided 12")
Cat: ZCKR 12. Rel: 18 Jan 16
  1. Grey City Anthem (11:22)
Review: The mysterious Qnete tied off 2015 in fine style, landing on London's Lobster Theremin with a saucy little white label that rocked our speakers out. He's back early doors in this new year, and he's landed on the shadowy ZCKR label with a phat slab of electro that'll wake you the **** up, and take the dance floor by the balls. The one-sided plate, entitled "Grey City Anthem", is a storming slice of dark, neural electro funk that sounds like it's been constructed in 3D. Huge moulds of acid unfold onto grainy drum machine beats, and a swarm of disjointed, raucous bells. Hard stuff, good and proper for this time of the year.
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Days Of Dissent
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Cat: BOIDAE 001. Rel: 07 Nov 16
  1. Days Of Dissent (6:02)
  2. Factory Of Death (5:12)
  3. Revolt (5:56)
  4. Non-Conformity (6:02)
  5. Company Of Lies (5:25)
  6. Citadel Of The Chaos (6:36)
  7. World Shatters (6:14)
  8. End Of Light (3:54)
Review: French electro legend Umwelt returns with more darkside and dystopian beats for for his new Boidae imprint. He is the founder of Shelter, Fundata and New Flesh which sure proves that he has endless inspiration. Days Of Dissent features some breakneck analogue funk asaults full of vintage machine flair, showcasing the album's nefarious and cynical concept. The high octane assault that is the title track is reminiscent of Bass Junkie & Dexorcist or Exzakt, however there are more mellow strains of electro on offer with "Factory Of Death" and "Non Conformity" reminiscent of early noughties sounds emanating from Kommando 6 or Murder Capital. The brooding closer "End Of Light" gives a nod to the sound's classic origins from Detroit and done respectfully.
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U/V
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  1. Le Chocolat Noir - "Reason" (4:11)
  2. Blackmoon 77 - "Lo-Fi Mayhem" (5:55)
  3. Russell Alderton - "186721762" (4:15)
  4. Kim Rapatti - "Instrument VI" (4:05)
  5. Trypheme - "First Train" (5:28)
  6. Luke Eargoggle - "Break The Limits" (4:22)
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