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Tragedy Of Truth
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Cat: BEAT 10. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Throw Yourself Into A Scenario Of Which You Know No Ending (2:21)
  2. On The Edge Of Forever (4:34)
  3. Mental Attitude (4:58)
  4. Spiral Of Silence (5:29)
  5. Consuming Passion (5:56)
  6. Catching The Scent Of Melancholy (6:36)
  7. Poisoned By Sweet Things (5:27)
  8. Tragedy Of Truth (6:34)
  9. Law Of Attraction (5:24)
  10. The End Is Not Always Just An End, Sometimes It Is Also A New Beginning (1:57)
Played by: Brian James
Review: The Don't Resist The Beat mainman is back with his first full length under his Milton Bradley alias, which reboots the label after a four year hiatus. The Berlin native (known as Patrick Radomski to his Mum) has recently released on his other imprint Alien Rain and Henning Baer's K209 and Tragedy Of Truth stays on the same path of direct (yet cerebral) dancefloor oriented techno, as well as some experimental and ambient excursions too. Highlights include the reductionist acid madness of "Spiral Of Silence", the glacial and textured dub techno of "Poisoned By Sweet Things" and the tunnelling and hypnotic pre-peak time builder "Law Of Attraction".
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Omerta (limited white vinyl 12")
Cat: EAUX 891. Rel: 11 Apr 16
  1. Tujurikkuja - "Omerta" (live) (10:51)
  2. Rrose - "Omerta" (version) (7:16)
Review: The arrival of a new release on Eaux sees Rrose break with tradition, seeking out the self-quipped "ambient nihilism" of Tujurikkuja, aka California duo Kit Clayton and Chris Dixon. Separately both artists have rich histories in the West Coast underground to dig through (fun fact: Clayton worked with Juan Mendez on the late '90s Cytrax label) but their joint output as Tujurikkuja is restricted to a pair of releases on San Francisco label Computer Music. Omerta sees Clayton and Dixon turn in a titular analogue improvisation that fans of extended abstract electronic pioneers like Dilloway will delight in. It's been pressed at 45rpm but Eaux recommend listeners approach at 33rpm! Rrose offers a version on the flip that is more appropriate for dancefloor deployment.
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Controlling Body
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Controlling Body (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: PMLP 002. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Building Of The Mountain (4:05)
  2. Her Move (5:00)
  3. BZ Reaction (4:23)
  4. Coast To Coast (3:07)
  5. Limits To Growth (5:58)
  6. Abysmal (4:13)
  7. Perspectives (3:09)
  8. The Confidence Of Ignorance (3:48)
  9. I Love You (5:45)
Review: For his third album, Swedish producer Peder Mannerfelt retreats to his own self-titled label. Not much else has changed though and Controlling Body is shot through with the same assured, experimental edge. "Building of the Mountain" kicks off the album with rave stabs breaking in slow motion and Glasser's high-pitched wail, while "Her Move" features an unnamed chanter speeding up and slowing down against robust break beats. There are also moments of real musical beauty - check the warm, enveloping chords of "BZ Reaction" and the ghostly, Biosphere-style radar whirrs of "Coast 2 Coast" - but this would not be a Mannerfelt work if it did not test the boundaries, as it does on the mannequin stuttering 'c-c-c-c-create' on the slowed down tribalism of "Limits to Growth" or the droning textures of "Abysmal".
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Drop Out
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Drop Out (12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: ROOM 506. Rel: 21 Mar 16
  1. Drop Out (5:28)
  2. Red Embers (12:08)
Motor City (remixes)
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  1. Motor City (Abdullah Rashim remix) (4:58)
  2. Endless Nights (Yen Towers remix) (4:17)
  3. Motor City (Quiltland remix) (3:44)
  4. Innercity Haze (1991 remix) (6:53)
Review: Martin Herterich aka Stockholm's Sand Circles "Motor City" gets the remix treatment. Originally appeared on Los Angelino imprint Not Not Fun back in 2012. These fine revisions are by fellow purveyors of Scandinavian underground electronics. Northern Electronics main man Abdulla Rashim's take on the title track is even more haunting and emotive than the original while Swedish trio Yen Towers take on "Endless Nights" is rather savage in its restraint and quite chilling, truth be told. Finally Astro:Dynamics affiliated Quiltland's remix of "Motor City" retains the old school charm of the original in a great modern synth-pop interpretation.
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The Abyss
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The Abyss (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: NC 12002. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. Killer Of Men (3:52)
  2. Long Grass (2:35)
  3. Smoke & Gospel (2:04)
  4. Lungs Full & Heavy (8:37)
  5. Universal Themes (4:46)
  6. The Desire For Light & Stars & Jubilant Songs (2:01)
Review: Chester Giles and Seb 'Vessel' Gainsborough launched their ASDA project last year via a well-received 10" on the F*ckPunk imprint the latter runs with Ossia. Here they follow it up with a decidedly fuzzy mini-album on No Corner. The duo's formula - poetic, Sleaford Mods-style spoken vocals over crusty beats and wild, distorted electronics - leaves enough room for quiet eclecticism, as well as intense experimentation. As a result, The Abyss is an impressive set, with vocalist Giles musing on one-night-stands over metallic beats on "Universal Themes", discussing blood-stained bus-stops and social unease on the clarinet-laden ambient creepiness of "The Desire For Light & Stars & Jubilant Songs", and sticking two fingers up at the world on the dense, distorted intensity of opener "Killer Of Men".
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Deathvox (12")
Cat: RS 1412. Rel: 01 Dec 14
  1. Deathvox
  2. Monstro
  3. Ful
Played by: Bran Lanen
Review:  Returning to R&S for another bout of nail-biting techno propulsion, Paula Temple is in no mood to take it easy on Deathvox. The title track bucks and jerks like a goliath in restraints, the juggernaut rhythm bolstered by the kind of demonic synth wails that made AFX's "Elephant Song" such an effective nightmare vision. "Monstro" may come on in more melodic tones, but the intro is equally a ruse for a tough industrial piston pump of drums and distortion has handled by a professional. It's on "Ful" that Temple really allows you to catch your breath with a more evenly tempered rhythm section and broad sweeps of synth that call to mind the melancholy of early Autechre.
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Tracks Volume 1
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Tracks Volume 1 (limited blood red clear vinyl 12" in matte printed sleeve)
Cat: CITI 017. Rel: 24 Aug 15
  1. Amato - "Physique" (5:13)
  2. Tzusing - "King Of System" (5:06)
  3. An-I - "Mutter" (6:00)
  4. Broken English Club - "Glass" (5:28)
Review: There's a delightfully celebratory feel about this debut volume of Cititrax Tracks, a new 12" series from Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax. As beautifully presented as we've come to expect, Tracks Volume 1 boasts a quartet of dancefloor-ready smashers from a blend of new faces and label stalwarts. Amato (aka The Hacker) kicks things off with the glistening EBM funk of "Physique" - all restless synth refrains and pounding bottom end - before LIES affiliate Tsuzing go all dark, psychedelic and twisted on the thrillingly intense, acid-flecked "King of System". An-I go all DAF (with a touch of Front 242) on the fuzzy and dystopian stomper "Mutter", before Cititrax regulars Broken English Club delivers a storming chunk of industrial-tinged analogue funk ("Glass"). Bravo!
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Grace (12")
Cat: AVN 024. Rel: 11 Apr 16
  1. Track 1 (4:18)
  2. Track 2 (3:21)
  3. Track 3 (5:08)
  4. Track 4 (7:20)
Played by: Le Chocolat Noir
Review: Oliver Vereker was first introduced to as a shadowy, improvisational techno artist with a skill at making 4/4 dance music sound loose and spontaneous. Throughout the last couple of years, however, his sonic sketches have consistently dissolved, breaking down into thick layers of noise and power electronics; it was the debut of his Endangered Species label that marked this change, under the Restraint moniker. A such, last year saw the release of a mixtape on the excellent Ascetic House imprint, two solid houses of muddy cassette noise and pseudo techno that have been reissued by Shifted's equally sublime Avian label. He appears under the moniker Grace, and the two sides have been stripped-out into four cuts, the first two being an abstract pool of venomous sonics, followed by the more concrete rhythms of "Track 3" and "Track 4". Strangely, the more Vereker deviates from structured techno, the more we realise that he's one of the only artists out there making real industrial music in this day and age.
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Der Zeltweg: Italian Tapes Industrial Music 1982-1984 Volume 2 (Record Store Day 2016)
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  1. Errata S Corrige - "Entropia" (2:51)
  2. Errata S Corrige - "Guano" (2:44)
  3. Gasdehyde - "X" (2:14)
  4. Herpes Z - "43" (3:21)
  5. Herpes Z - "Alter Ego" (1:05)
  6. Herpes Z - "Sidi Barrani" (2:35)
  7. Herpes Z - "Trauma" (2:30)
  8. Musumeci - "Apologia/Musumeci" (4:12)
  9. The Psychopathic Blossom - "Sial" (0:24)
  10. The Psychopathic Blossom - "Inlansis" (1:56)
  11. The Psychopathic Blossom - "Lu-Du" (1:26)
  12. The Psychopathic Blossom - "Emmy-Hennings" (1:02)
  13. The Psychopathic Blossom - "Trauma 81" (0:38)
  14. The Psychopathic Blossom - "Potere Di Vetro" (2:33)
  15. The Psychopathic Blossom - "Paura E Amore" (1:22)
  16. The Psychopathic Blossom - "Siamo Disorientati" (1:23)
  17. The Psychopathic Blossom - "Morte" (1:28)
  18. The Psychopathic Blossom - "Ibridi Di Personalita" (1:26)
  19. The Psychopathic Blossom - "Logica Bellica" (1:28)
  20. The Psychopathic Blossom - "Diagramma" (1:55)
Played by: Ali Renault
Review: As the Mannequin founder and boss Alessandro Adriani says, the label has been "spreading cold waves since 2008", and it has become without a doubt one of our favourite imprints over this time. Constantly coming through with quality output from all over the 'dance' spectrum', Adriani has managed to retain a very characteristic frame of mind, and a wholesome sound that is immediately recognised as being Mannequin-esque. For RSD 2016, we have the second - and much anticipated - volume of the label's foray into industrial tape music from Adriani's home country, Italy. As expected, this gear is mind-blowing throughout, and it shows us just how much forward-thinking music was being made in the 1980's: take the two openers by Errata S Corrige and you'll receive a dub wash of metallic drum-waving, while Herpes Z delivers four utterly genre-blending tunes that range from the totally insane to the proto-techno. The B-side is strictly made up of material The Psychopathic Blossom, and to say this stuff is killer would be a massive understatement. Everything from noise to industrial and beyond; this compilation has what you desire.
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Psychic Decolonization
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Cat: LXRC 26. Rel: 04 Apr 16
  1. In Wolfskins (6:35)
  2. Let The Bones Speak (5:03)
  3. Blood Codes (6:17)
  4. The Shelter Of Palms (6:26)
Review: Given the monochrome aesthetic adopted by Lux Rec, there is something deliciously poetic about the Swiss label turn to 'The White Wizard' himself, Gavin Russom, for their latest release. Russom has been called upon for four tracks that indulge both his physical, gutter-dwelling techno machinations and more strung-out tonal and textural experiments as wrought from his trademark synthesiser explorations. Three of the four jams contained on Psychic Decolonization thump with a proper intent, but there's still space for the swirling static mess of "Let The Bones Speak", which should keep his edgier fans content. As the label would have it, Psychic Decolonization, "delivers four clairvoyant tracks for those who are willing to unravel them. Don't expect a happy end though."
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These Moments Dismantled
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  1. These Moments Dismantled (4:47)
  2. Variant (4:52)
Played by: Le Chocolat Noir
A Dissembly (reissue)
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A Dissembly (reissue) (LP + 1-sided flexi-disc)
Cat: DE 110. Rel: 28 Mar 16
  1. Asylum (4:30)
  2. Semi Sex Act (8:08)
  3. Karnage (3:49)
  4. Kalm (2:37)
  5. Francis Bacon (6:26)
  6. Beirut (4:59)
  7. Karnal (4:23)
  8. Physikal Jerk (3:50)
  9. Smack (3:18)
Played by: Ali Renault
Review: Josh Cheon's Dark Entries label plunge once more into the depths of the UK underground in the 1980s and come up the other side with this crucial reissue of A Dissembly by Konstruktivits. A quick history lesson: former Heute man and Throbbing Gristle/Industrial Records associate Glenn Michael Wallis was and remains the towering creative force behind Konstruktivits who are active to this day and have been "perverting your ears since 1980." Of the numerous albums Konstruktivits have been responsible for, it is their debut LP from 1982 that Dark Entries have chosen to reissue here, offering a newly remastered take on A Dissembly that suggests Wallis and associates to be worthy sonic companions to Muslimgauze, Tuxedo Moon, Clock DVA and Throbbing Gristle. The freaks out there will love this one.
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In The Mouth Of The Wolf (1 per customer)
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In The Mouth Of The Wolf (1 per customer) (limited 12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: DIAG 028. Rel: 14 Mar 16
  1. Need Of Angels (8:48)
  2. Sleight Of Hand (5:23)
  3. A Search Of New Realities (6:39)
Review: Having recently released Not Waving's industrial-influenced Animals LP, Powell and Jaime Williams' Diagonal imprint has clearly developed a taste for dystopian, post-industrial noise. In The Mouth Of The Wolf's eponymous debut brings together two notable flag-bearers for the darker side of electronic music, Berlin's Ancient Methods and Gordon "Cindytalk" Sharp. All three tracks are undeniably weighty, with angry, guitar-laden opener "Need Of Angels" - all clanking percussion hits, droning electronics and "up yours" attitude - coming on like the aural equivalent of a violent punch to the guts. There's a little more of a Microphonies-era Cabaret Voltaire feel about "Sleight Of Hand", while "A Search of New Realities" is refreshingly paranoid and claustrophobic.
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Animals (2xLP repress)
Cat: DIAG 025. Rel: 18 Apr 16
  1. Believe (3:45)
  2. Head Body (5:27)
  3. 24 (5:26)
  4. Tomorrow We Will Kill You (4:28)
  5. I Know I Know I Know (5:27)
  6. Punch (5:47)
  7. Gutsy (3:27)
  8. Face Attack (5:32)
  9. Presenza Immobile (4:06)
  10. Work Talk (4:27)
  11. They Cannot Be Replaced (3:32)
Review: In interviews, Alessio Natalazia has freely stated his next album would be "very different" and "very intense". That album, his first for Powell's Diagonal stable, has finally arrived, and it's as ballsy, robust and full-throttle as he promised. While it contains nods to the woozy, shoegaze and ambient influenced soundscapes that have been a feature of his previous full-length excursions, these are well hidden behind clandestine fusions of techno and industrial, surging EBM-influenced workouts, post punk-goes-post rock explorations and atmospheric analogue electronics. For those well versed in his back catalogue, Animals makes for arresting listening. As for newcomers, they'll also find much to enjoy throughout.
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Between The Shields
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Cat: NE 29. Rel: 18 Apr 16
  1. Facing Expulsion (3:31)
  2. Torches At Distance (4:56)
  3. Tear Gas Reason (5:39)
  4. Between The Shields (4:09)
  5. Failed State (3:23)
  6. Age Of Walls (5:08)
  7. Neo Europa (5:17)
Review: Abdulla Rashim doesn't only endeavour in gloopy, stripped-down techno, and likes to take the occasional excursion down more abstract paths. His Lundin Oil moniker serves exactly this purpose, and much like his aforementioned main project, this is ambient with a highly personal and altruistic touch. While many of his peers produce hollow, sunken drones without a lot of direction, even Rashim's most detached patterns retain enough shape to render them playable to other human beings, and full of kinetic motion. Between The Shields has to be his best work yet under the Lundin Oil name, and it's an LP that'll appeal to noise freaks and techno heads alike, with the industrial weirdos bang in the middle enjoying every minute of it. Recommended wholeheartedly.
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Vanishing Pools (repress)
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Cat: EAUX 791. Rel: 25 Jan 16
  1. Hole (4:42)
  2. Purge (6:04)
  3. Curl (6:23)
  4. Adrift (8:13)
  5. Undergrowth (5:55)
Played by: Cliche morph
Review: ** RROSE RRERESS ** Having first emerged as one of the last contributing artists to the now defunct Sandwell District, the enigmatic techno producer Rrose has since channeled her unique brand of techno through the Eaux label. Vanishing Pools is the second Eaux 12" release this year and finds Rrose once again providing some superb spectral techno. Proceedings commence with the creepy modular throb and off-kilter touches of "Hole", before ratcheting up the intensity on the discordant dancefloor buzz of "Purge". There's a strange, industrial-influenced feel to the droning electronics and metallic hits of "Curl", while "Adrift" seems more concerned with mood and texture than dancefloor dynamics. As if to make amends, Rrose finishes with "Undergrowth", a paranoid chunk of slowly evolving ambience.
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1971-1981 (9xCD box + booklet)
Cat: BB 222. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. 7:42
  2. 15:43
  3. 21:32
  4. Plas
  5. Im Suden
  6. Fur Die Katz
  7. Live In Der Fabrik
  8. Georgel
  9. Nabitte
  10. Hollywood
  11. Caramel
  12. Rote Riki
  13. Rosa
  14. Caramba
  15. Fotschi Tong
  16. James
  17. Marzipan
  18. Rotor
  19. Heise Lippen
  20. Sowiesoso
  21. Halwa
  22. Dem Wanderer
  23. Umleitung
  24. Zum Wohl
  25. Es War Einmal
  26. In Ewigkeit
  27. Ho Renomo
  28. Schone Hande
  29. Steinsame
  30. Wehrmut
  31. Mit Simaen
  32. Selange
  33. Die Bunge
  34. One
  35. Fur Luise
  36. Oil
  37. Foregin Affairs
  38. Luftschloss
  39. The Shade
  40. Old Land
  41. Base & Apex
  42. Light Arms
  43. Broken Head
  44. The Belldog
  45. Tzima N'Arki
  46. Avanti
  47. Prothese
  48. Isodea
  49. Breitengrad 20
  50. Manchmal
  51. Grosses Wasser
  52. Oh Odessa
  53. Proantipro
  54. Seltsame Gegend
  55. Helle Melange
  56. Tristan In Der Bar
  57. Charlic
  58. Ufer
  59. Fabrik, Hamburg 1972
  60. Festival International De La Science-Fiction, Metz 1977
Close To The Noise Floor: Formative UK Electronica 1975-1984
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Close To The Noise Floor: Formative UK Electronica 1975-1984 (unmixed 4xCD + 48 page booklet in hardback book)
Cat: CRCDBOX 24. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. Five Times Of Dust - "Computer Bank"
  2. The Klingons - "RAM"
  3. Chris & Cosey - "Re-Education Through Labour"
  4. Malcom Brown - "Sedation Stokes"
  5. Storm Bugs - "Little Bob Minor"
  6. Thomas Leer - "Tonight As A Drum"
  7. Blancmange - "Holiday Camp"
  8. Inner City Static - "Fractured Smile"
  9. We Be Echo - "Sexuality"
  10. Bourbonese Qualk - "God With Us"
  11. Nagamatzu - "Faith"
  12. O Yuki Conjugate - "Disco Song"
  13. British Electric Foundation - "Optimum Chant"
  14. Kevin Harrison - "All Night Long"
  15. Voice Of Authority - "Stopping & Staring"
  16. Colin Potter - "I Am Your Shadow"
  17. British Standard Unit - "D'Ya Think I'm Sexy?"
  18. Five Times Of Dust - "The Single Off The Album"
  19. Spoon Fazer - "Back To The Beginning"
  20. Gerry & The Holograms - "Gerry & The Holograms"
  21. The Passage - "Drugface"
  22. John Foxx - "A New Kind Of Men"
  23. 100% Manmade Fibre - "Green For Go"
  24. Those Are Aliens - "Sentimental"
  25. Final Program - "Protect & Survive"
  26. The Human League - "Being Boiled"
  27. Instant Automatons - "New Muzak"
  28. Cultural Amnesia - "Materialistic Man"
  29. Worldbackwards - "(Leaving Me) Now"
  30. Alan Burham - "Music To Save The World By"
  31. Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark - "Almost"
  32. Eyeless In Gaza - "Kodak Ghosts Run Amok"
  33. Schleimer K - "Broken Vein"
  34. Native Europe - "The Distance From Koln"
  35. Zorch - "Adrenalin (Return Of The Elohim)" (part 1)
  36. Sea Of Wires - "Robot Dance"
  37. Ron Berry - "Sea Of Tranquility"
  38. MFH - "Mistral"
  39. Adrian Smith - "Joe Goes To New York"
  40. Mark Shreeve - "Embryo" (extract)
  41. EG Oblique Graph - "Triptych"
  42. Carl Matthews - "Encounter"
  43. Paul Nagle - "Ynys Scaith"
  44. O Yuki Conjugate - "Sedation"
  45. Konstruktivist - "Western Vain"
  46. Attrition - "Dead Of Night" (excerpt)
  47. Throbbing Gristle - "What A Day"
  48. A Tent - "No Way Of Knowing"
  49. Portion Control - "Go For The Throat"
  50. DC3 - "Eco Beat"
  51. Renaldo & The Loaf - "Dying Inside"
  52. Blah Blah Blah - "In The Army"
  53. Legendary Pink Dots - "God Speed"
  54. Muslimgauze - "Muslin Gauze Muslim Prayer"
  55. Suisse - "Live At The Longborne"
  56. Alien Brains - "Menial Disorders" (extract B2)
  57. Storm Bugs - "Himeal (And She Blew)"
  58. Third Door From The Left - "In The Room"
  59. Al Robertson - "Dignity Of Labour"
  60. BcGilbert, GLewis, Russell Mills - "Mzui" (extract)
Third Law
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Third Law (2xLP)
Cat: TRIANGLE 33. Rel: 25 Jan 16
  1. 4101 (7:56)
  2. In System (4:49)
  3. Mass (5:39)
  4. Blind Blackening (8:30)
  5. High Places (5:10)
  6. In Flight (6:13)
  7. Departure Stage (6:44)
  8. Known Space
Review: Roly Porter's recent output finally earned him a place in the big league; his second LP, Third Law, comes through courtesy of New York's excellent Tri Angle label, and the mighty "4101" - released as a single back in Novemeber, paves the way for an album full of suspense and surrealism. This is no job for anyone looking for peace or meditation, but rather one for the more open-minded. "Mass", for instance, unleashes boulders of bass and noise over glitchy half-beats, whereas the tunes like "High Places" sound like the inside of an interstellar cruiser, and the sublime "In System" reminds us of Apex Twin's strand of ambient...a cold, pensive bundle of euphoric energy. Recommended.
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Third Law
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Third Law (CD)
Cat: TRIANGLE 33CD. Rel: 25 Jan 16
  1. 4101
  2. In System
  3. Mass
  4. Blind Blackening
  5. High Places
  6. In Flight
  7. Departure Stage
  8. Known Space
Revision! Vol 1: Work Terminal
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Cat: SUCTION 036. Rel: 23 Nov 15
  1. Work Terminal (4:18)
  2. Work Terminal (OH revision) (6:53)
  3. Work Terminal (Solvent version) (7:11)
  4. Work Terminal (Metro Tekno version) (6:31)
Review: Digital Poodle are one of those outfits from the 1980's who happened to stumble onto techno by accident, focusing on making deadly, driving songs rather than fitting into a genre or style. Alongside them there are the likes of Psychik Warriors Ov Goia and a few others, but this stuff is pretty damn hard to come by, and releases like this are few and far between. The impressive Suction label out of Canada has decided to reissue their "Work Terminal" tune - a screeching, venomous bit of screamo EBM - backed by a trio of remixes. OH transform "Work Terminal" into a more direct techno bullet with subtle swarms of the original's screams, while Solvent give it a more aggressive reshape a-la electro. It's the Metro Tekno version that gets our attention, though, and those heavy percussion patterns must surely be total winners on the sound system.
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Hex (12")
Cat: LTECH 011. Rel: 28 Mar 16
  1. Open Source (4:36)
  2. Foreign Tongue (4:22)
  3. Ruin Value (3:44)
  4. Exotica (3:18)
  5. Miasma (3:53)
Shift Work
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Shift Work (12")
Cat: BDN 006. Rel: 05 Oct 15
  1. Council Flat (4:41)
  2. Shift Work (4:10)
  3. Council Flat (Roly Porter Burning Light version) (6:04)
Call Of Oedipus
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Cat: JUNE 10. Rel: 28 Mar 16
  1. S/M - "Endless Sleep" (extended version) (5:26)
  2. Dark (1:29)
  3. RR Hearse & A Rib - "Far" (2:25)
  4. RR Hearse, Mr Cricket & A Rib - "Eclipse" (3:08)
  5. ESP (3:02)
  6. Suicide (2:11)
  7. Good Bye (0:34)
DOA: The Third & Final Report Of Throbbing Gristle (remastered)
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  1. IBM
  2. Hit By A Rock
  3. United
  4. Valley Of The Shadow Of Death
  5. Dead On Arrival
  6. Weeping
  7. Hamburger Lady
  8. Hometime
  9. AB/7A
  10. E-Coli
  11. Death Threats
  12. Walls Of Sound
  13. Blood On The Floor
Throbbing Gristle Bring You 20 Jazz Funk Greats
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  1. 20 Jazz Funk Greats
  2. Beachy Head
  3. Still Walking
  4. Tanith
  5. Convincing People
  6. Exotica
  7. Hot On The Heels Of Love
  8. Persuasion
  9. Walkabout
  10. What A Day
  11. Sis Six Sixties
Review: Throbbing Gristle's album 20 Jazz Funk Greats, originally released in 1979, is often cited as the recommended introduction to the band and the various side projects its members have been involved in over the years. Filled with several classics of the Throbbing Gristle canon ("Convincing People", "Walkabout", "Hot On The Heels Of Love") 20 Jazz Funk Greats still sounds remarkably ahead of its time and should be considered an album any self respecting collector has in their possession. This 30th anniversary reissue was originally released in 2011, made all the more enticing by the fact it had been restored and remastered specifically for each format by Chris Carter from 24bit 'baked tape' digital transfers. A timely repress of this reissue has now arrived thanks to Industry!
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Atmospheric Entry
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Cat: COLD 008. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. Atmospheric Entry (4:05)
  2. Bile (6:24)
  3. Prometheus (5:47)
  4. Fire, Walk With Me (4:56)
Review: Aside from the one Pinch 12", Cold Recordings has largely operated as a platform for the Tectonic boss to promote a new breed of bass fusionist talent; Elmono, Batu, Acre and Ipman have all had early releases on the label. This latest Cold 12" is quite the proposition, introducing the unheralded Latvian talent W3C, whose four-track single, Atmospheric Entry, is the equivalent of an aural slap to the chops. W3C engages us with a deadly quartet of cuts that see industrial techno meet rolling UK-style broken rhythms - how this sounds on a decent soundsystem is something we will be investigating this weekend. If you are a fan of Mumdance and Logos you need to get on this.
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Liaisons Dangereuses (remastered)
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Liaisons Dangereuses (remastered) (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SSLP 06. Rel: 19 Jan 15
  1. Mystere Dans Le Brouillard
  2. Los Ninos Del Parque
  3. Etre Assis Ou Danser
  4. Aperitif De La Mort
  5. Kess Kill Fe Show
  6. Peut Atre Pas
  7. Avant Apres Mars
  8. El Macho Y La Nena
  9. Dupont
  10. Liaisons Dangereuses
Review: Liaisons Dangereuses self-titled debut album was not an immediate success on its' release in 1981, but its' influence would spread far and wide. Almost entirely made up of synthesized rhythms, chords and melodies - with the addition of stylish vocals from all three band members - it would help define the "electronic body music sound". It quickly became a big record in both Detroit and Chicago, inadvertently helping to inspire the nascent techno and house scenes. Listening again to this reissue, it's amazing how well the music as aged. While heavy on stylish posturing, it still sounds thrillingly futuristic and alien. It should be an essential purchase for anyone with even the smallest interest in the history and development of electronic music.
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Peau Froide Leger Soleil
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  1. Deux (5:53)
  2. Memoire (6:08)
  3. Souffles (8:34)
  4. Mutant (5:43)
  5. Ravages (5:20)
  6. Man (6:19)
  7. Parabole (5:23)
  8. Le Souterrain (8:00)
  9. Le Crane Tambour (5:15)
Review: Oh this is a big one! Nino 'Shapednoise' Pedone has already served up an enticing collaborative project on his Cosmo Rhythmatic label this year in the shape of his 12" alongside Black Rain, but the mere idea of pairing up Mika Vainio and Franck Vigroux should stop fans of the electronic avant garde in their steps. Purportedly brought together after a show in Paris in 2012, Peau Froide, Leger Soleil is comprised of nine tracks that sit neatly at the juncture between rhythmic techno and abstract noise. Sporting some fine artwork, the album will sate the appetites of anyone craving some new ear dynamite from the iconic Finn, with opening track "Deux" setting the tone perfectly for what unfolds. An epic listen that demands and commands your full attention.
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The Game EP
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The Game EP (12" + insert)
Cat: ISDR 001. Rel: 07 Mar 16
  1. Proletariat Modernariat (5:54)
  2. Radio Veronica 100.6 (6:03)
  3. Sons Of Anarchy (10:02)
  4. The Game (4:56)
Review: Francesco "Violet Poison" Baudazzi has been a busy bunny of late, following last year's fine Absence Generator 12" on Veleno Viola with another on Candela Rising. Here he marks the launch of the Il Silenzio Del Rumore label with four more cuts of EBM and industrial-inspired techno. The formula - undulating acid lines, classic EBM bass, snappy drum machine rhythms, horror-influenced textures - rarely changes throughout, but the results are consistently excellent. Highlights come thick and fast, from the nightmarish electro throb of "Radio Veronica 100.6" and ragged EBM thrills of "Sons Of Anarchy", to the jackin' acid wobble of "The Game".
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Please Shut The Door
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Cat: BANK 001. Rel: 11 Apr 16
  1. Please Shut The Door (6:42)
  2. K-Town (5:38)
  3. People Talking (5:20)
  4. The Laundromat (7:31)
Played by: Jock Club
Das Unheimliche
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Das Unheimliche (cassette)
Cat: HR 010. Rel: 15 Jun 15
  1. Il Doppio
  2. Desiderio Dell'Altro
  3. Geminoid- Hi-1
  4. Uncanny Valley
  5. Gemello Di Te Stesso
  6. Estraneo E Familiare
  7. Rumori Inconsci
  8. Der Sandmann
  9. Vert Venin
Das Unheimliche
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Cat: SPCTR 002. Rel: 15 Jun 15
  1. Il Doppio (2:07)
  2. Desiderio Dell'altro (4:52)
  3. Geminoid-Hi-1 (4:31)
  4. Uncanny Valley (6:29)
  5. Gemello Di Te Stesso (4:43)
Black Carpet
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Cat: BCARPET 001. Rel: 04 Apr 16
  1. Ontal - "Codebreaker" (5:20)
  2. Ayarcana - "You Are Not Perfect" (6:22)
  3. Honzo - "Social Riot" (7:13)
  4. Stingrays - "Ordinary Indifference" (5:49)
The Downward Spiral
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The Downward Spiral (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: NOTH 1169701. Rel: 03 Aug 09
  1. Mr Self Destruct
  2. Piggy
  3. Heresy
  4. March Of The Pigs
  5. Closer
  6. Ruiner
  7. The Becoming
  8. I Do Not Want This
  9. Big Man With A Gun
  10. Nothing Can Stop Me Now
  11. A Warm Place
  12. Eraser
  13. Reptile
  14. The Downward Spiral
  15. Hurt
The Land Of Rape & Honey
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The Land Of Rape & Honey (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 651. Rel: 01 Apr 13
  1. Stigmata
  2. The Missing
  3. Deity
  4. Golden Dawn
  5. Destruction
  6. The Land Of Rape & Honey
  7. You Know What You Are
  8. Flashback
  9. Abortive
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Twitch (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 1136. Rel: 14 Jul 14
  1. Just Like You
  2. We Believe
  3. All Day (remix)
  4. The Angel
  5. Over The Shoulder
  6. My Possession
  7. Where You At Now?
  8. Crash & Burn
  9. Twitch
Filthy Pig
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Filthy Pig (limited numbered 180 gram audiophile orange vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 1202. Rel: 01 Sep 14
  1. Reload
  2. Filth Pig
  3. Lava
  4. Crumbs
  5. Useless
  6. Dead Guy
  7. Game Show
  8. The Fall
  9. Lay Lady Lay
  10. Brick Windows
The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste
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The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 993. Rel: 27 Jan 14
  1. Thieves
  2. Burning Inside
  3. Never Believe
  4. Cannibal Song
  5. Breathe
  6. So What
  7. Test
  8. Faith Collapsing
  9. Dream Song
Metal Dance 2: Industrial New Wave EBM Classics & Rarities 79-88
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Cat: STRUT 107CD. Rel: 14 Oct 13
  1. Tuxedomoon - "59 To 1"
  2. Logic System - "Unit"
  3. Psyche - "Te Saint Became A Lush"
  4. Skinny Puppy - "Deadlines" (400 Blows remix)
  5. Propaganda - "(The Echo Of) Frozen Faces"
  6. Visage - "Der Amboss" (instrumental)
  7. Rusty Egan - "The Twilight Zone" (Trevor Jackson edit)
  8. Material - "Secret Life"
  9. Rene Bandaly Family - "Tanki Tanki" (Rabih Beaini edit)
  10. Experimental Products - "Work That Beat"
  11. Crash Course In Science - "Jump Over Barrels"
  12. Liaisons Dangereuses - "Etre Assis Ou Danset"
  13. Esplendor Geometrico - "Necrosis En La Poya"
  14. Ministry - "Over The Shoulder" (12" version)
  15. Test Dept - "The Unaccepatable Face Of Freedom: Face 3"
  16. Mile High Club - "Walking Backwards"
  17. Chbb - "Ima Iki-Mashoo"
  18. Front 242 - "Body 2 Body (2Trax)"
  19. Visa Versa - "Riot Squad"
  20. Chris & Cosey - "Driving Computer"
  21. Doris Norton - "Personal Computer"
  22. Plus Instruments - "Vom Ertrunkenen Madchen"
  23. Conrad Schnitzler - "Das Tier"
  24. Neon - "Lobotomy"
  25. Arthur Brown & Craig Leon - "The Conversation"
  26. Haruomi Hosono - "Platonic"
  27. Godley & Creme - "Babies"
Played by: D Stump
Review: Strut and Trevor Jackson do the right thing and collude on a second edition of Metal Dance, with a veritable feast of 80's industrial and primitive electronics to sink into. Some 27 tracks deep, Metal Dance 2 widens the remit of the first compilation by a year, collating material from the period 1979 to 1988 and features artists and bands that should be familiar to your eyes in Skinny Puppy, Chris & Cosey, Crash Course In Science and Liaisons Dangereuses along with many lesser known acts. Jackson himself contributes an edit of iconic Blitz DJ Rusty Egan whilst Morphine Records boss Rabih Beaini highlights Lebanon's history with primitive electronics on an edit of Rene Bandaly Family's eighties curio "Tanki Tanki". Impressively, the compilation also features a track by CHBB, a band whose members went on to form DAF and Liaisons Dangereuses and whose small discography was limited to four rare cassettes.
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Cassette Pets
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Cassette Pets (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: DE 035LP. Rel: 06 May 13
  1. Greasing Wheezer
  2. Johnny Claw
  3. Bedknobs & Bruises
  4. Special Branch Agent
  5. She Is Nervous
  6. Hunted Killer
  7. Jusy Mach 7
  8. Sweet Little Bishop
  9. The Great Vegetable Breakdown
  10. The Fuse Burns
  11. Rhythm Crash
  12. Beat This
  13. Jump Cut Current
  14. Black On Pink
  15. Herman
  16. Blue Shortz
  17. White Teen Cola
I Staggered Mentally (reissue)
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  1. He Is Patriotic (3:12)
  2. Out Of Order (3:40)
  3. Plateau Stage (4:09)
  4. All Present & Correct (3:27)
  5. Karsic (3:17)
  6. Sex Crimes (4:26)
  7. Sure Is Kinda Spooky (2:26)
  8. Mass Disorder (4:54)
  9. Fiends (3:18)
  10. Sort Out (3:06)
Review: John Whybrew, Ian Sharp and Dean Piavani are Portion Control. In case you didn't know about them, they're one of the most influential industrial bands to have come out of the 1980's and have also been a massive inspiration for the likes of Depeche Mode and Skinny Puppy. Moreover, it's their signature brand of rhythmic, mostly instrumental post-punk which has made the music of Craig Leon and others so sought after these days. Originally out in 1982 on Phaze Records, these ten tracks are timeless pseudo-techno jams which will always be coveted by DJs, musicians and samplers alike. Cop it now because the original is rather pricey!
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Matter (Deluxe)
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Matter (Deluxe) (LP + 7")
Cat: DE 060LP. Rel: 10 Mar 14
  1. Automotive
  2. Circulat (Hertz)
  3. Transitory
  4. Lanternslide
  5. Mortal_Immortal
  6. Rotation Mécanique
  7. Velocity Life
  8. Static
  9. Inured (Pink Elln mix)
  10. Relate
Played by: Le Chocolat Noir
Clifford Darling Please Don't Live In The Past (remastered)
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  1. Advertisement (3:37)
  2. Prototype Pop (4:35)
  3. Exiles Excerpt (4:49)
  4. A Day In The Country (6:25)
  5. Elephant Decibels (0:32)
  6. Power Circles (3:07)
  7. Alaskan Polar Bear Heater (4:44)
  8. Umbrella (4:18)
  9. J Edgar Hoover (3:38)
  10. Blame (3:10)
  11. Meanwhile, Back At Exiles... (2:31)
  12. Dance (5:07)
  13. Saturday Night (4:31)
  14. Man Dat Hip (1:55)
  15. An American In Paris (1:54)
  16. Tarzan's Grip (3:40)
  17. That That Revolves (4:31)
  18. Special Day (3:44)
  19. Malt Duck (1:45)
  20. Never Fall In Love (2:11)
  21. Nazi Beach Party (3:06)
  22. A Relic Of The Empire No 2 (2:32)
  23. Tiny Fingers (1:35)
  24. Sydney Quads & The Megascope Space Probe (1:16)
  25. Play It Again (1:36)
  26. Carry My Books (0:50)
  27. Nightsong (7:02)
  28. Car Ad (2:04)
Review: Originally out on Ink Records way back in 1985, Severed Heads' Clifford Darling, Please Don't Live In The Past is a personal favourite of ours from the iconic Australian act. The band were and always have been one of the few post-punk outfits to truly push the boundaries and diverge onto what some may now call proto-techno. Inside this particular LP, you get a sublime example of their signature percussion style, a fast-paced rattle of steely drums and hi-hats surrounded by odd bundles of lo-fi and distorted synth grit. With the amount of amazing tunes at the core of this beast, it would do the album no justice to just describe the all to you in mere words, but what you need to know is that the music here is totally timeless, a glorious journey down the greyer ends of the 80's dance movement, and a magnificent introspective into what is surely Australia's most interesting band of all time. Essential gear.
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World Of Rubber
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Cat: DE 096LP. Rel: 20 Jul 15
  1. Definition Of Honours (4:15)
  2. In Bits (3:03)
  3. Fixation (4:03)
  4. Save Our Souls (3:27)
  5. Distortion (3:14)
  6. Underneath The Glass (6:38)
  7. Zero (4:27)
  8. Japanese Headset (2:00)
  9. Black Flowers (5:27)
  10. Courts Of Wars (3:47)
  11. Metal Sheet (1:19)
  12. Germany (5:35)
  13. State Of Emergency (4:33)
  14. I Need Noise (2:19)
  15. The Cutting Motion (1:52)
  16. Intro (3:35)
  17. Split Screen (4:25)
  18. Death Process (3:56)
  19. The Telephone Call... (5:06)
  20. Deadly Norwegian Attack (0:36)
Review: Second Layer's World of Rubber, first released on Cherry Red way back in 1981 - some two years after the duo's first outing on 7" - has long been considered something of an industrial classic by those in the know. Here, it gets a deserved re-press from the folks at Dark Entries. 34 years on, it still retains the power to shock, with Adrian Borland and Graham Green's raw, weighty mix of post-punk basslines, sharp guitars, fuzzy electronics, tape loops and basic drum machine grooves still sounding deliciously fresh. Certainly, it's comparable to many more celebrated releases of the time, and arguably more spontaneous in feel.
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Cat: DE 099. Rel: 12 Oct 15
  1. Liquidation (4:58)
  2. The Power Of (4:59)
  3. Self Destruction (4:19)
  4. Never Land (3:35)
  5. Inside-Outside (4:45)
  6. Suicide (2:37)
  7. Short Circut (2:55)
  8. Pressure (4:14)
  9. Aversion (3:01)
Review: Peter Van Bogaert, also known as Liquid G by his diehard fans, is one of Belgium's most important industrial artists. The man has been releasing gruesome electronic cassettes since the mid 1980's, but while he has always been a digger's heaven, his output has remained largely in the shadows to the rest of the world. Luckily, Dark Entries are here to save the day as always, and compile some of his best and rarest work on an LP. Proto-techno wouldn't really do these tracks justice as they're actually much more than that. Ranging from jacking post-punk instrumentals, to starry synth jams and lamenting vocals, this is surely up any emo kid's alley. "Self Destruction" sounds particularly ahead of its time, and it's surely one to check out!
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Beaches & Canyons
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Beaches & Canyons (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DFA 2125LP. Rel: 12 Aug 13
  1. Seabird
  2. Things Will Never Be Same
  3. The Dream Is Going Down
  4. Endless Happiness
  5. Big Drop
Aromobates NDB
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Aromobates NDB (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: DFA 244LP. Rel: 09 Mar 15
  1. Aromobates NDB (8:17)
  2. Clelia Clelia (8:31)
Review: Provocative performance artists NDB are best famed for their insanity-inspiring live shows and uncompromising, experimental sounds on labels such as Dominick Fernow's Hospital Productions. Now the Italians make the leap to the mighty DFA with two very contrasting productions; the title track is a pneumatic, droning, exercise in cyclical shamanism, developing and mutating with distorted mischief throughout. "Clelia Clelia", meanwhile, is a straight-up Latin techno jam. Pacey, percussive and sweatier than a chubby fellow in a packed sauna, it's probably the most dancefloor minded track the duo have done to date. Unique.
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Eraser Stargazer
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Cat: DFA 2482. Rel: 07 Mar 16
  1. Multibeast TV (1:35)
  2. Diamond Girl (3:06)
  3. Grass Shack (6:41)
  4. Color Picture (2:43)
  5. Eraser Stargazer Forever (3:18)
  6. Perfume (4:26)
  7. Big Brick (1:57)
  8. Doll Face On The Calico Highway (4:47)
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