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Prescience EP
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Cat: CLFT 011. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. Aries (6:33)
  2. Lost Memories (6:08)
  3. Kochi Winds (part 1) (6:05)
  4. Forest Of Thoughts (5:32)
MKS 50 Tracks
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Cat: FR 034. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. MKS-50_01 (5:50)
  2. MKS-50_02 (5:29)
  3. MKS-50_03 (5:21)
  4. MKS-50_04 (4:46)
Review: Bitstream legend Steve Conner brings his Adapta alias on Holland's mighty Frustrated Funk with the four-track MKS-50 12" a homage to vintage Roland synthesizer of the same name. Fans of those prized Adapta releases on Brutalist Sunset will be pleased to hear the MKS-50 12" continues Conner's forage through rugged, improvised electro rhythms and displays his undoubted mastery of the Roland machine. Summed up by Frustrated Funk as "tracks created with technology from the past, aimed for the future," what shines through is the range Conner achieves across the four tracks. Opener "MKS-50_01" fizzes with chaotic energy, whilst subsequent tracks square the focus on basslines or conjuring up vast swells of rhythmic noise. Final track "MKS-50_04" snaps the hardest though!
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Planet Rock (remixes) (Record Store Day 2016)
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  1. Planet Rock (5:21)
  2. Planet Rock (instrumental) (4:05)
  3. Planet Rock (Boys Noize remix) (4:25)
  4. Planet Rock (Lunice remix) (3:59)
SH 001
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SH 001 (12")
Cat: SH 001. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. Alma Construct - "Drive Your Vehicle" (4:52)
  2. Alma Construct - "Escalation 2" (4:39)
  3. J Wiltshire - "Decision Day" (4:03)
  4. J Wiltshire - "Hydrophony" (3:53)
Review: Josh Thompson (Alma Construct) and Vocalist/DJ/Producer Jacob Wiltshire inaugurate Super Hexagon with some cutting edge electro sounds. On the A side it's all about the former, who last appeared on the legendary R&S in 2014. "Drive Your Vehicle" is brooding darkside beats with all the dusty vintage flair of analogue machines. Followed by the breakneck speed and rapid fire arpeggio of "Escalation 2" sounding like classic Dopplereffekt (yes) or Aux 88. On the flip Wiltshire serves up the beat repeat madness of "Decision Day" which is more uplifting than the previous side with a nod to classic Ed DMX or Japanese Telecom. "Hydrophony" is more funky yet mysterious, finding the soul in the machines to interesting effect.
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Rocker/Gate 23 (Tuff City Kids Remixes)
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  1. Rocker (Rocky mix) (9:28)
  2. Gate 23 (808 mix) (6:55)
  3. Gate 23 (bonus beat) (4:17)
Shodar EP
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Shodar EP (12")
Cat: NN 004. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. Shodar (5:49)
  2. Grosse Moto (4:35)
  3. Ant Swarm (4:13)
  4. Jubilator (4:16)
I'm The Message
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I'm The Message (limited 12")
Cat: TR 20616 . Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. I'm The Message (Matthew Herbert Doctor Rockit mix) (4:38)
  2. I'm The Message (remaster 2016) (5:03)
Where Has The Love Gone
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Cat: UH 005. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. Bang The Box (6:18)
  2. Got To Be A (5:40)
  3. Checking Your Heart Rate (4:34)
  4. Where Has The Love Gone (7:34)
Review: Following hot twelves from Max McFerren, Bryan Kessler and Pedder Mannerfelt, Ultimate Hits has recruited cantankerous house jam maestro Willie Burns to produce its' latest EP. Burns predictably delivers, with jackin' electro/techno opener "Bang The Box" sounding like a ready-made dancefloor banger. "Got To Be" is deeper but no less potent, with soulful vocal snippets riding a bass-heavy groove, while "Checking Heart Rate" sees Burns successfully combine one of his favourite vintage house breakbeats with dreamy pianos and sweaty vocal stabs. Finally, he steps away from the dancefloor with "Where Has The Love Gone", a trippy, late night affair full of rumbling dub bass, soft-touch percussive hits, new age pan pipe melodies and head-in-the-clouds vocal samples.
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MDS002
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MDS002 (hand-stamped 7'' + insert)
Cat: MDS 002. Rel: 04 Apr 16
  1. Laced (4:22)
  2. Drmlgcc - Shuffs (C Cigol 7" edit) (4:21)
Played by: M50, Brokntoys
Sound Carrier #7
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Cat: SC 07. Rel: 18 Apr 16
  1. Lactarius Indigo Mission (6:05)
  2. Diver Level 1000 (5:33)
  3. Kepler 22B (7:00)
  4. Diver Level 1000 (5:13)
Hyperspace Sound Lab
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Hyperspace Sound Lab (12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: CAL 006. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Clarence G's Club (4:07)
  2. Turbine (3:06)
  3. Cause I Said It Right (3:06)
  4. Data Transfer (3:18)
Review: Before his untimely death in 2002, Drexciya member James Stinson recorded a number of killer solo records. Hyperspace Soundlab, initially released in 1991 and credited to Clarence G, is undoubtedly one of his best. It's long been something of an in-demand gem, with copies changing hands for several hundred pounds. Here, Clone have done us all a favour and given it a much-needed reissuevia their Aqualung series dedicated to all things Drexciyan. As you'd perhaps expect, all four tracks explore the Detroit elecro sound Stinson did much to develop, with the producer adding his own rap vocals to the killer "Clarence G's Club", and the ghetto-influenced bounce of "Cause I Said It Right". Elsewhere, "Turbine" is an exercise in industrial-tinged drum machine abuse, while "Data Transfer" sees Stinson doffing a cap to classic Chicago acid.
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Parallax Mind
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Cat: TRUST 026. Rel: 18 Apr 16
  1. We Run Your Life (6:40)
  2. Foam Rubber Landscaping (5:38)
  3. Memory Overload (4:19)
Review: Alexander Neumann has been making dark and disjointed techno under the name of Alex Cortex for almost twenty years now. He has been part of everything from the late dub-techno wave, to the minimal takeover and now the 'outsider' scene, but the artist has always managed to retain his singularity and never get too attached to any one style of fad. He's up on Austria's Trust label for their 26th outing, coming through with the bubbly, grey-scale electro-techno of "We Run Your Life" on the A-side, followed by the minimalistic jitter-beat that is "Foam Rubber Landscaping", and the glitchy bric-a-brac beat of "Memory Overload". All things considered, this dude knows how to bend dance music to its very limits.
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Walter Gas EP
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Cat: GAS 001. Rel: 18 Apr 16
  1. Walter Gas (original) (6:47)
  2. Viaje Al Cabo (6:02)
  3. Walter Gas (Psynote remix) (8:47)
Played by: ASOK
Review: Uruguay isn't the first place you'd think of when hearing a new deep house EP, but that is exactly where this release by debutant Marcos Coya emanates from. However, although the label itself might originate from South America, the music itself is very much rooted in European dance hedonism, and the opener "Walter Gas" is a subtle yet delightful little banger with a deep groove and masterful percussion work. "Viaje Al Cabo", on the flipside, is equally mesmeric and ethereal thanks to glitchy beats and the odd burst of lo-fi acid; Psynote remixes "Walter Gas" into a tidy head-banger with a fine 303 edge for the heads. Little tip for ya!
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Bunker4008
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Bunker4008 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BUNKER 4008. Rel: 23 May 16
  1. Track 1 (4:27)
  2. Track 2 (12:56)
  3. Track 3 (4:35)
  4. Track 4 (12:21)
Played by: 3.14
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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RAM Expansion
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RAM Expansion (limited white vinyl 12" repress)
Cat: TRAJECTORY 1016. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. RAM Expansion (4:05)
  2. Experiment 5 (3:47)
  3. Quantum Computer (3:33)
  4. Division By Zero (3:41)
  5. Rubout (3:50)
  6. Bad Vibes (3:52)
Review: Ah yes, it's time for some hardware head fuzz from trusty old DMX Krew, an artist which requires no introduction and one whose energy and hedonism is always appreciated around these parts. DMX makes his debut on the quality Last Known Trajectory, an imprint which has risen quickly and one which has seen action from the likes of Hieroglyphic Being and electro duo The Exaltics, but also some gorgeous reissue action in the form of In Sync's mythical "Storm". "RAM Expansion" itself is a heady electro tune with a sunken load of synths at its disposal, while 'Experiment 5" is classic DMX - mad modular-like patterns surrounded by menacing drums. You also got the weird and wonderful bleeps of "Quantum Computer" on the A-side, whereas the flip kicks off with a fiery techno punch in "Division By "Zero", heads to more AFX territories via "Rubout", and ends on high-tec electro stroll of "Bad Vibes". This is no nonsense dance music at its finest.
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Electro Worm Synth Funk Vol 1
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Cat: SYFUNK 001. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Electro Worm (original version) (4:32)
  2. Electro Worm (Luke Eargoggle mix) (4:29)
  3. MKS Studio (3:53)
  4. Hop To It (3:00)
Good Machine
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Cat: DEFENDERGROOVE 004. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Intro (1:27)
  2. Mondurlaub (4:48)
  3. Dust Invaders (2:15)
  4. Crawling King (3:46)
  5. Good Machine (4:59)
  6. The Flying Brain (3:28)
  7. Display Junkees (4:37)
Review: Frankfurt-based mad scientist M. Boetzl aka Electrodefender has been applying his craft since 2010 when he debuted on local imprint City Beat. Since setting up his own Defendergroove though, he's really found his sound and this is (although technically his second since 2015's Cdr Preturn & Electric Nightmare) is his first official album. A fantastic effort which follows in the footsteps of legends Kraftwerk and local electro hero Anthony Rother. Highlights include the epic and purist vocoder madness of "Dust Invaders", the haunting minimal electro of "Good Machine" (killer arpeggio on this one) and the haunting closer "Display Junkees" calling to mind the work of U.S. legends Dynamix II at their most restrained moments.
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Responsible Design
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  1. Do You C? (8:45)
  2. Yield (6:46)
  3. What The Flux (5:02)
Ancient Light: Hubble Telescope Series Vol II
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Cat: SOM 039. Rel: 30 May 16
  1. Ancient Light (6:19)
  2. Gleaning Creation (7:17)
  3. Eagle Nebula (6:20)
  4. Ancient Light (The Exaltics remix) (4:45)
Review: Gerard "Convextion" Hanson has long been one of the electro scene's most notable talents; arguably, he's barely put a foot wrong since delivering his debut EP way back in the mid '90s. Here, he dons the E.R.P alias he last used back in 2013 for the second volume of Solar One Music's Hubble-themed 12" releases. Predictably, Ancient Light is superb, with the title track delivering the perfect balance between dreamy, deep space ambience, classic IDM, and the snappy, beatbox pulse of classic electro. The accompanying Exaltics remix of the same track flips the script, taking the track in a darker direction via thrusting synthesizer arpeggios and metallic percussion. Elsewhere, "Gleaning Creation" doffs a cap to the underwater mysticism of Drexciya whilst retaining the melodiousness of B-12, while "Eagle Nebula" is intergalactic electro at its' finest.
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The Cat Prowls Again
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The Cat Prowls Again (limited 7" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: HNR 015. Rel: 16 May 16
  1. The Cat Prowls Again (4:56)
  2. A Strange Servant (4:07)
Review: It's fair to say by now that Timothy J. Fairplay really does have the midas touch. From his days in electro punks Battant through to engineering in the studio for the who's who of the London scene and an unstoppable succession of great solo releases just like this one, we're always keen to hear what he's up to next. "The Cat Prowls Again" is a hypnotising and majestic serving of disco dancefloor drama that's executed like only such an accomplished engineer and expert of London dancefloors that Fairplay is. On the flip "A Strange Servant" continues on in the same vein but it's kind of like a modern re-interpretation of John Carpenter or Goblin but given a strong backbone of dancefloor energy to work modern audiences.
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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)
Played by: Stojche
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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Foregrow EP
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Foregrow EP (CD single)
Cat: ASD 027CD. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. Foregrow
  2. Expre'act
  3. Lowth Forgue
  4. UNF
Atomium
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Atomium (12")
Cat: FAKE 110. Rel: 16 May 16
  1. Atomium (6:25)
  2. Atomium (Dr Packer remix) (7:19)
FR33Z
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FR33Z (12" repress)
Cat: VER 039. Rel: 16 May 16
  1. FR33Z
  2. Arp Surface
  3. Oblivion (Dixon's edit)
  4. Vaccum Jackers (Maurice Fulton remix)
Alien Report
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Cat: RAWAXS 02. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Between The Stars (Bassline mix) (5:41)
  2. Alien Report (6:57)
  3. Science & Invention (4:10)
  4. Pong! (4:29)
  5. Jailbreakers (Trojan mix) (4:15)
M
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M (12")
Cat: CPU 00011101. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. Microbial (5:27)
  2. Minor Arc (5:29)
  3. Mactavis (6:13)
  4. Model 2029 (5:02)
The Human Pet
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The Human Pet (limited yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: DIAG 029. Rel: 23 May 16
  1. The Rhino Powder Of New Sensitivity (2:41)
  2. Immovable (4:11)
  3. You Are Alone (4:09)
  4. The Human Pet (3:33)
  5. Unarmed (4:46)
  6. Clean Crash (4:43)
Review: In advance of release, Diagonal and Elon Katz have been particularly mysterious when it comes to the contents of The Human Pet. Instead of the usual press release, they simply emailed journalists a bizarre list of "care instructions" for said mythical companion. Katz, who rose to prominence as part of Streetwalker and White Car, is something of a bombastic, electronic eccentric, and The Human Pet is ostensibly a pop album dragged through several hedges backwards. Expect impassioned, stylized vocals, twisted boogie synths, scattergun electronics, bizarre beats, breakcore style cut-up madness, and crusty special effects. Oh, and discernible nods to EBM, industrial and Autechre.
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The Paper Unicorn EP
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  1. Air Chrysalis (7:27)
  2. Voigt Kampff (6:05)
  3. Electric (5:40)
  4. Electric (Fatima Yamaha remix) (8:42)
Functionalism
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Functionalism (hand-stamped 12" in silk-screened sleeve)
Cat: ENDILLW 001. Rel: 11 Apr 16
  1. Barrandov (14:44)
  2. AXA (6:48)
  3. Tugendhat (6:25)
  4. Osada Baba (3:59)
Review: Czech electro upstarts Endless Illusion are back and we're always keen to hear what they're up to next, because these guys are bringing the goods at the moment! This time with label boss Layup who brings us some sleek grooves with a vintage flair on the Functionalism EP. There's some impressively executed reduced retro futurism on "AXA" with all the right amounts of boom and snap to be heard. "Tugendhat" is the most fierce offering on here and probably our favourite with its booming 4/4 assault, razor sharp synth bass and all round analogue soul to admire. Finally "Osada Bada" is an emotive and slow burning drifter whose immersive and hypnotic pads over minimal elements will draw you into the void.
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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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The New Iram
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Cat: SND 002. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. Leaves - "Alley 4" (Iron Curtis edit) (5:57)
  2. Tom Joyce - "Roland In Space" (5:06)
  3. Stojche - "Subway Stress" (5:51)
  4. Ben Cohen - "Time Is Destiny" (5:40)
Review: Tom Joyce's, Paris-based Sounds Benefit came through last year, and we're glad to see the label back and healthier than before thanks to the addition of two new names to the catalogue; oh, and there's an opening remix by German deep house stalwart Iron Curtis, a bouncy, penetrative version of Leaves' "Alley 4". That tidy lil' banger is followed by Tom Joyce's own "Roland In Space", an electro-leaning firebomb that wouldn't sound out of place in the middle of a DJ Stingray set, but things take a different turn on the flip. Newcomer Stojche bursts through the place with the high-tech, late-night synth melter that is "Subway Stress", and "Time Is Destiny" by Ben Cohen goes for a rugged, hybrid kind of techno sound that is supported by a menacing bubble of low frequencies. SICK TIP.
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Fringe White EP
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Fringe White EP (hand-stamped 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: FRINGEWHITE 001. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. Track 1 (5:30)
  2. Track 2 (5:03)
  3. Track 3 (5:49)
Played by: Shall Not Fade
Review: Bristol bassheads Lurka and Batu have long been friends, so its little surprise to see them join forces for a collaborative effort on the former's freshly minted Fringe White label. The untitled track lurking (sorry) on the A-side is an analogue affair built around heavy sub bass, metallic rhythms and flashes of vintage Motor City electronics, as if the duo has reinvented Yorkshire bleep for the broken techno generation. Flip for a metronomic 4/4 slammer with subtle UK funky influences (particularly in the mutilated, Serato's-gone-mental melodies), and a sparser, more electro influenced cut that bounces, bobs and weaves impressively.
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Seasons In Hell
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Seasons In Hell (gatefold hand-numbered coloured vinyl double 7" + insert limited to 300 copies)
Cat: CIS 004. Rel: 16 May 16
  1. British Summer (4:02)
  2. Missing (3:50)
  3. Russian Winter (3:59)
  4. Thalassa (4:06)
Orbital EP
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Orbital EP (12")
Cat: TRAFFIC 007. Rel: 23 May 16
  1. Martyne & Jacob - "Transit Transit" (7:05)
  2. Edward - "Elipsis" (7:21)
  3. Bodin & Jacob - "Geddo" (8:03)
  4. Patrick Klein - "Infinitum" (6:21)
Review: Frankfurt's Traffic Records is going string and holding their corner with mighty fury. This is because they've managed to build a little crew, showcased here by tunes from all of the label's members. Martyne and Jacob offer "Transit Transit", a old-school electro monster with a subtle nod to NYC, Bodin & Jacob's "Geddo" is an icy electro stormer that leaves a more metallic taste, and "Infinitum" by Patrick Klein rolls out the breakbeats over a spacey, liquid-like groove. The surprise comes from an appearance by Giegling casual Edward, who drops a more abstract, minimal-like stepper named "Elipsis". Imagine Villalobos doing broken beat and you're somewhere there.
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Bessemerbirne
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Cat: KLAKSON 24. Rel: 04 Apr 16
  1. Romu (5:13)
  2. Romu (Mono Junk remix) (6:46)
  3. Hullux Tulo (5:54)
  4. Sula (4:43)
Joker EP
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Joker EP (12")
Cat: DONT 32. Rel: 16 May 16
  1. The Joker (5:28)
  2. Pumped Up MF (4:56)
  3. DP Acid (6:28)
  4. Elektra (4:59)
Played by: Jerome Hill
So Low: Remixes
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So Low: Remixes (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: VF 219. Rel: 04 Apr 16
  1. P/1e - "49 Second Romance" (Powell remix) (5:33)
  2. Gerry & The Holograms - "Gerry & The Holograms" (JD Twitch edit) (4:46)
  3. The Klinik - "Moving Hands" (Helena Hauff remix) (3:46)
  4. Kubler Ross - "Victims Of Victimless Crimes" (John Bender cover version) (4:17)
Review: Well, you can't really beat The Vinyl Factory in terms of its diversity of output, especially when they get some of the most interesting and current techno artists to remix EBM material from the 1980s. The So-Low compilation has been one of this year's best releases by a mile, a collection of hard-to-find gems from the likes of Colin Potter, Hard Corps, and many more, but we were utterly gobsmacked when we heard who was reinterpreting this gold. First up, Diagonal's lanky Powell transforms P/1e's "49 Second Romance" into a bubbly gunshot of a tune that keeps the original's vocals intact amid the gargles and jagged percussion stabs, and this killer is followed by JD Twitch's wondrous edit of "Gerry & The Holograms" by "Gerry & The Holograms". The ace Helena Hauff reshuffles The Klinik's "Moving Hands" into a deranged, synth-heavy techno swarmer, and John Blender gives us a cover version of "Victims Of Victimless Crimes" by Kubler Ross, a visionary remix that wraps up this total belter of an EP. Totally and wholeheartedly recommended!!
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Moon Theme/Sun Theme
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Cat: DEEWEE 014. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. Sun Theme (5:59)
  2. Locked Groove (0:26)
  3. Moon Theme (6:40)
  4. Locked Groove (0:50)
Review: Another Deewee release brings yet more fanciful tales from founders, brothers and Soulwax pairing David and Stephen Dewaele. Moon Theme composer and Macao native Bolis Pupil was apparently first introduced to the Dewaales on Social Media 1.0 platform Myspace and later met them during a 2 Many DJs tour of Asia. Inspired to make music after attending a Jean-Michel Jarre concert, this two-track debut is apparently the result of Pupil visiting the Dewaale's Gent studio and spending no small amount of time with their swell of analogue synths. "Think Logic System and Telex," Deewee tell us, and there are definite comparisons to made in this richly-produced pair of cuts that sound authentically like lost remnants of a byegone cosmic era.
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Desire Burns EP
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Desire Burns EP (white vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: CDR 005. Rel: 11 Apr 16
  1. Her Mind Goes Space (5:59)
  2. Ghosts Of Solitude (5:38)
  3. Body To Body (KSTS remix) (8:00)
  4. Body To Body (4:18)
  5. Desire Burns (5:12)
Played by: Snuffo
Review: Snuff Crew's leading member, Snuffo, is back on his ones and twos with a new five-tracker for Spain's Classics Del Ruido, Polybius Trax's little sister label. Following a relatively recent - and downright excellent - appearance by Drvg Cvltvre, we knew that Snuffo had to come across strong, and the enigmatic artist has certainly not disappointed. "Her Mind Goes Space" kicks off what is a highly endearing EP of coldwave synthin' and drummin', thanks to a procession of cold, steely drums and hypnotising low frequencies. "Ghosts Of Solitude" is a shimmering piece of metallic techno that has been stripped back to perfection, while "Body To Body" gets a bit more involved through a raucous bassline, and the tune is utterly broken down and mutated by KSTS. "Desire Burns" ties this highly recommended EP off with another fine burst of vintage bass thrashing, and it puts Snuffo in our good books!
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Things Fall Apart EP
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Cat: OT 020. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. Things Fall Apart (5:02)
  2. My Prophet (4:16)
  3. Seven Daggers (5:43)
  4. Black Swan (5:40)
Played by: Benjamin Fröhlich
Review: By now, we should all be familiar with the work of former Soma employee Dave "Sparky" Clark, who has spent the last few years delivering a swathe of quality EPs on Numbers and Rubadub. Here, he appears on old pal JD Twitch's Optimo Trax imprint for the first time. He begins with the looped-up techno-funk synth riffs and soft-touch electronics of "Things Fall Apart", before indulging his new wave, synth-pop and Italo-disco influences on "My Prophet". "Seven Daggers" drags piano house into deep space in the company of a wired George Clinton and Daft Punk (metaphorically speaking, rather than literally), while "Black Swan" is a spiraling, spacey chunk of proto-techno designed to inspire hands-in-the-air moments down at the Sub Club.
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Night Of The Illuminati (reissue)
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Cat: HOLO 001R. Rel: 18 Apr 16
  1. Night Of The Illuminati (6:11)
  2. Squadro Interpido (5:44)
  3. The Dream That Doesn't Stop (7:31)
  4. Theme From The Forgotten Cable Car (3:57)
  5. The Night Must Fall (7:39)
  6. Berg Hotel (2:07)
  7. Purification (The City Will Burn Tonight) (7:42)
  8. We Are The Illuminati (6:56)
Drug Pusher EP
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Cat: EST 8305. Rel: 16 May 16
  1. Drug Pusher (6:32)
  2. Cop Gets Off (5:06)
  3. Do The Seatbelt! (5:31)
  4. Trade Show (4:18)
Review: Stallone The Reducer. A strong name with a strong sound on a strong label (Est. 83 being a division of FIT Sound). The artist himself has actually released music under a number of different aliases including Lil' Riki, Samuel Consiglio and Samuels and was formerly in cult Detroit act ADULT. This particular moniker is however reserved for the more EBM kinda flex, the sort of gear to thrash out and get some serious head-nodding going. "Drug Pusher" is a menacing piece of work with its harsh baselines and 808 rhythms, while "Cop Gets Off" is a sparser, more aqueous cousin that verges onto the industrial side of things. The flip contains the distorted patterns and hissing percussion of "Do The Seatbelt!" followed by the utterly wonky flavours of "Trade Show". A serious TIP!
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Poseidon Wave EP
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Poseidon Wave EP (limited blue marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: SHIP 033. Rel: 18 Apr 16
  1. Body Container (4:37)
  2. Walk In (5:14)
  3. Level Above Human (5:40)
  4. Brithombar (6:02)
  5. Flight 19 (5:45)
Not For Press
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Cat: BBR 008. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Remote Lover (4:33)
  2. Run Run Devices (4:22)
  3. Unison Yellow (3:21)
  4. Lunar Gymnast (4:28)
  5. Mr Nu Wasteland (4:28)
  6. Undreamt Lawns (3:32)
Review: FaltyDL's Blueberry label covers a whole spectrum of electronic dance music, and with each new release comes a surprise in one way or another; whether it be glitchy post-drum & bass, or silky deep house, and forward-thinking bass cocktails, quality is never an issue that we're concerned with. This time we have newcomer Tenant liven up the place with six bursts of bass experimentation, and from the utterly bonkers jungle patterns of "Remote Lover", to the minimal electronica of "Unison Yellow", or noisy drum thrashing of "Lunar Gymnast", you will certainly not be bored by the both the originality and diversity of these daring pieces of dance futurism. Sickness throughout.
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Punk Mother Fucker
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Punk Mother Fucker (1-sided etched vinyl 12")
Cat: PTX 014. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Punk Mother Fucker (8:49)
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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Destruction Liberatrice
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Destruction Liberatrice (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 004. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Destruction Liberatrice
  2. L'emergence Des Damnes
  3. Le Cycle De L'asphyxie
  4. Libertes Imaginees
Review: Veteran Lyonnais Dj/producer Umwelt unleashes 4 new swaggering slabs of Electro.
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State Of Matter: Shipwrec Remix Series 01
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  1. State Of Matter (5:52)
  2. State Of Matter (Ekman remix) (6:39)
  3. State Of Matter (The Exaltics remix) (6:11)
  4. State Of Matter (Eomac remix) (4:34)
Review: French legend Umwelt is back again for Dutch imprint Shipwreck. The man with a career spanning nearly 20 years and the figure behind the Shelter, Fundata and New Flesh/Rave Or Die imprints serves us with the State Of Matter Remix Series 01. The original version shows off its fierce and booming bass and acid attack. Ekman's remix keeps the focus on the 303 side of things, joyriding that little silver box to a squealing and screeching hot mess. The Exaltics rendition goes for a dusty and rusty acid techno style, full of vintage flair. Finally Eomac, one half of techno terrors Lakker delves deep into the abstract as always, delivering a tough yet hypnotic and mesmerising version which is a surprising highlight.
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Escape From Indianapolis!
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Cat: B 3042. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Take On Efny
  2. Night Raiders
  3. Out Of The World
  4. Running On The Edge
  5. In The Darkroom
  6. Safecracker
  7. Count Your Encounters
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