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Accidents & Romance
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Cat: JG 16. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. Accidents & Romance (6:39)
  2. Country Life (5:57)
  3. Private Death (4:14)
Review: Oliver Ho's Broken English Club has been a revelation of sorts since his first release appeared on Jealous God back in 2014. What's particularly impressive about this artist is how he successfully managed to align himself with all the right labels; all the right labels for his particular form of techno, including Cititrax, a label we have much love for. The man returns to Regis' and Silent Servant's Jealous God for the label's sixteenth instalment, and "Accidents & Romance" kicks the EP off with a familiarly rolling bassline that hints at the emergence of 303 tones without ever unleashing a full blockade of acid. On the B-side, "Country Life" enters the realm of nightmares thanks to sharp, bruising bass stabs and an ominous swarm of voices, leaving the foreboding elements of "Private Death" to linger in their own pool of broken drum patters and percussion shots. This is a keeper, and probably one of the best JG missiles yet!
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Played by: Another_Swede
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Es Complicado
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Cat: MNQ 085. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. Es Complicado (7:50)
  2. No Chance (6:37)
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Astral Disaster
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Astral Disaster (limited yellow vinyl LP + insert repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: DRUGR 8Y. Rel: 06 Mar 17
  1. The Sea Priestess (13:27)
  2. 2nd Son Syndrome (2:42)
  3. I Don't Want To Be The One (2:42)
  4. The Avatars (3:11)
  5. The Mothership & The Fatherland (22:45)
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Divided: Mind
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Cat: HOROEX 5. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. 15th Divided
  2. 16th Divided
  3. 17th Divided
  4. 18th Divided
  5. 19th Divided
  6. 20th Divided
  7. 21st Divided
  8. 22nd Divided
  9. 23rd Divided
  10. 24th Divided
  11. 25th Divided
  12. 26th Divided
  13. 27th Divided
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Total Shit!
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Cat: DIAG 035. Rel: 13 Mar 17
  1. Hot Shovel (3:44)
  2. Chklt Shk (8:09)
  3. Excess, Laziness, Egotism (4:22)
  4. Long Island City (4:08)
  5. Dodge Pot (8:17)
  6. I Hate This Fucking Machine (5:38)
  7. Have To Believe (1:16)
  8. Fuck That (2:10)
  9. Stop Saying Awesome (2:15)
Review: Craig Clouse's Shit & Shine project is more wild, fun and free-spirited than your average industrial inspired, noise-obsessed outfit. This is due, in part, to the project's ever-changing cast-list of drummers, some of whom come to the fore on the amusingly titled Total Shit. It's the outfit's first album for Powell's Diagonal label, and giddily rushes between bombastic fusions of Stomp style percussion and wonky industrial techno, EBM influenced eccentricity, madcap post-disco funkiness (the brilliantly cheeky "Long Island City"), mutant electro (the bizarre but brilliant "I Hate This Machine"), crackpot experimentalism, and tracks that gleefully slither free of genre categorization. In other words, it's a hugely entertaining, imaginative affair, jam-packed with tracks that get better with every listen.
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Modern Silver
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Cat: NE 33. Rel: 20 Feb 17
  1. 1000 Pills (3:56)
  2. Nettuno Marina (7:08)
  3. Aitik (6:12)
  4. IBAB Y1 (2:39)
  5. Modern Silver (3:33)
  6. Cardinal Red (5:12)
  7. LKAB (5:14)
  8. Ports Of Narvik (4:30)
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Eternite Retrouvee
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Cat: HOS 436. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. L'Eternite (4:31)
  2. Death Shines On Triumphant Days (4:45)
  3. The Ages Anew (4:57)
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Divided: Body
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Divided: Body (green marbled vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: HOROEX 4. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. 11th Divided (6:02)
  2. 12th Divided (4:53)
  3. 13th Divided (5:18)
  4. 14th Divided (6:25)
Review: Yu Asaeda's been putting out a whole range of quality, bass-centric sounds under the name ENA since the late 2000s, but these have come out on a rather sporadic basis. Appearances for the infamous 7even Recordings was followed by material on Samurai Horo, the excellent Hidden Hawaii and, more recently, the Samurai label's offshoot, Horo. Divided: Body is so much more than a mere 'bass' EP, and it actually manages to veer off into some pretty strange and imperceptible sounds that remind us of the material emanating from the PAN consortium. For instance, the opening "11th Divided" manages to create a raw, loose groove out of fractured synth sounds, which is followed up nicely by the swarming drones operating in the higher ends of "12th Divided". Over on the flip, "13th Divided" launches a subtle yet hefty groove made up of what sound like bass pops made from a monophonic synth, which leaves "14th Divided" to linger in its dreary pool of fuzzy drones and washed-up sonics. A massive, merited TIP!
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Intention Versus
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Cat: PRTLS 010. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Circe Offering The Cup To Ulysses (4:29)
  2. It Did Its Worse To Vex The Lake (4:27)
  3. Mask Surgery (6:36)
  4. Intention Versus (11:48)
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In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up: Live (reissue)
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In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up: Live (reissue) (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 1837. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. The Missing (3:33)
  2. Deity (3:31)
  3. So What (11:42)
  4. Burning Inside (6:25)
  5. Thieves (5:09)
  6. Stigmata (9:33)
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Buttechno: Sport (Soundtrack)
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Buttechno: Sport (Soundtrack) (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BTX 000. Rel: 26 Oct 15
  1. M (3:38)
  2. Aerial Line Layer (4:32)
  3. Bass (2:56)
  4. P-L (2:30)
  5. Electric (5:13)
  6. East (3:30)
  7. Zov Echo (1:33)
  8. Yalta Digger (5:02)
  9. Untitled H (2:28)
  10. Styx Vol 2 (2:11)
  11. Metal (3:09)
  12. Rassvet (2:43)
Review: Pavel Milyakov has largely impressed since making his debut under the Buttechno alias earlier this year, delivering a pair of 12" singles that gather together short, hardware-driven experiments in a variety of dystopian styles. Here, the Russian producer debuts under his given name, once again flitting between dark and spacey dancefloor workouts, bleak broken techno, macabre electro, wonky IDM and panicky ambience. Despite the stylistic shifts, the EP hangs together impressively, thanks in no small part to Milyakov's penchant for industrial textures, tape echo and haunting melodies. If you're into the releases of L.I.E.S and Berceuse Heroique, you need this in your life.
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Chemicals
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Chemicals (12")
Cat: SG 1777. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. Chemicals (4:43)
  2. Chemicals (instrumental) (4:43)
  3. Wrong Planet (6:26)
Review: Terence Fixmer and Douglas McCarthy are what you would class as big dawgs in the house and techno game. The two have been present and very much in the frontline since the turn of the millennium, but their collaborative project under the Fixmer/McCarthy banner has been more of a recent conception. They've released plenty of effective dance material for Fixmer's own Planet Rouge imprint so, it was time to branch out, and what better way to do that then release an EP for Adam X's gnarly Sonic Groove? The label's been a staple of the NYC techno diet since the 90s, and it really is showing absolutely no signs of slowing down as it reaches its 30 year birthday. There's two cuts to the electrifying "Chemicals" tune, a first version with the vocals intact, and a second instrumental cut; the base of the tune is high-powered techno with a bubbling electro bass line, and a malevolent flurry of punked-out vocalism. "Wrong Planet" is a stranger sort of beast, a tune that lurks in the depths of the techno underbelly, but that has no problems in launching continuous arial threats in the form of sinister screams and spectral melodies. Enter if you dare...
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Ecstasy, Crashing Beats & Fantasy
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Cat: DIAG 015. Rel: 08 Dec 14
  1. Crawl In From Broadway
  2. Dollars To Deutchsmarks
  3. Lovers Run Camp Africa
  4. Side Effects Of Living
Review: There's a tongue in cheek sensibility and an air of confrontation to much that James Donadio does as Prostitutes which made him more than suited to Powell's Diagonal label when the Cleveland artist debuted on the label last year. It's nice to see Donadio back with the Simple Minds-riffing Ecstasy, Crashing Beats & Fantasy and contributing one of the final Diagonal records of 2014, a year that's been most successful for both artist and label. Donadio has said in interviews Powell tries to encourage him to take a more explicit approach to the dancefloor and that's evident on this quartet of Prostitutes tracks. The curdling acid of "Dollars To DMs" and the faltering bleep electro of "Side Effects Of Living" are particularly potent Prostitutes productions!
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Wreck His Days
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Wreck His Days (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BLACKEST 053. Rel: 29 Aug 16
  1. Wreck His Days (7:48)
  2. Ghost From The Coast (5:49)
  3. Reverberasia (7:08)
  4. ...And I Tried So Hard (8:04)
  5. I Beat As I Sleep As I Dream (2:46)
  6. Ay Carmela (Mujeres Libres) (3:59)
  7. Rosa/Kollontai (7:49)
Review: While the name Tomorrow The Rain Will Fall Upwards may remind you of a particular Vietnam War scene in Forest Gump, don't let that put you off, the sounds here are double the pop psychedelic rock of the film. Rumoured to involve HTRK's Jonnine Standish, Brazilian singer Lucas Santanna and These Immortal Souls' Genevieve McGuckin, Wreck His Days marks the project's second release, presented again by Kiran Sande's Blackest Ever Black. A dark presence inhabits all seven tracks of this LP that should appeal to fans of Goblin, to Italian Horror and Giallo OSTs with "Reverberasia" fusing metal with ambient Italo doom. As the title suggests "Ghost From The Coast" is swathe of haunting atmospheres and coarse textures, only with an underlying bassline funk, while an eight-minute "...And I Tried So Hard" provides some sparkling respite from the forlorn sounds of everything preceding it. "I Beat As I Sleep As I Dream" then penetrates Kosmische territory, with acoustic, Latin guitars easing the tension of a devilish "Ay Carmela". Without a doubt one of the best collections of music BEB will release in 2016.
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Plath
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Plath (grey vinyl 12")
Cat: MNQ 088. Rel: 28 Nov 16
  1. I Am Strange Now (1:28)
  2. Proletarian Submission 2 (The Howl) (1:43)
  3. Telik 12345 (2:24)
  4. Proletarian Submission 2 (The Howl) (Alessandro Adriani edit) (4:47)
Review: Back in a distant 1982, Italian duo Fabrizio Lucarini and Silvia Innocenti were making music under the Plath moniker, a project that was arguably ahead of its time and knee deep in what was later going to be termed 'power electronics'. But, Mannequin have reissued this specifically because it sounds like nothing else; "I Am Strange Now" and its mutant offspring "Proletarian Submission 2 (The Howl)" are a pair of slithering, lo-fi industrial experiments with an itchy framework, and this is taken to the very limits of sense on "Telik 12345". Label head Alessandro Adriani throws down an edit of "Proletarian Submission 2 (The Howl)", which focusses more heavily on the beats and deranged sonics, leavings the vocals to fester slowly in the background. This is excellent, as per usual...
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World Eater
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Cat: SBR 174CD. Rel: 06 Mar 17
  1. John Doe's Carnival Of Error
  2. Rhesus Negative
  3. Please
  4. The Rat
  5. Silent Treatment
  6. Minnesota/Eas Fors/Naked
  7. Hive Mind
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Borders
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Borders (LP)
Cat: THRILL 429LP. Rel: 30 Jan 17
  1. Body (3:09)
  2. Border (3:18)
  3. Descent (2:50)
  4. Across (2:29)
  5. Speak (1:54)
  6. Axis (4:12)
  7. Sight (2:46)
  8. Retrieve (3:09)
  9. Ascent (1:40)
  10. Ground (1:40)
  11. Dissolve (2:52)
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Performance
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Performance (clear vinyl LP)
Cat: PI 186. Rel: 23 Jan 17
  1. Espirit (3:12)
  2. Raptor (5:24)
  3. Domestic (I) (3:04)
  4. Damp (8:43)
  5. Monday (4:12)
  6. Domestic (II) (2:51)
  7. Protein (4:15)
  8. Headron (6:44)
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A Satin Sight
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Cat: BDN 013. Rel: 23 Jan 17
  1. Tenderloin Tanz (5:58)
  2. Exile (4:06)
  3. A Season In Hell (5:56)
  4. Nomenklatura (5:26)
Review: Most probably missed out on Pan Daijing's 2015 debut, a limited-edition cassette filled with industrial-inspired techno improvisations. This 12" for Bedouin Records is the Berlin-based Chinese artist's first appearance on wax, and contains a quartet of intense and distorted workouts. Some will hear nods to classic Chicagoan acid and EBM in the thrusting industrial techno of "Tenderloin Tanz", while the moody, synth-laden throb of "Exile" recalls some of Cabaret Voltaire's most memorable moments. Flip for the spooky EBM of "A Season In Hell", where ghostly melody lines and aggressive stabs prod away at the senses, and the Nine Inch Nails style audio anger of "Nomenklatura".
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Played by: Reade Truth
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Brutal Disciplin
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Brutal Disciplin (limited LP)
Cat: OPAL 098. Rel: 13 Mar 17
  1. Kennel Murder Case (6:51)
  2. Starved To Death (6:54)
  3. Bitten (4:44)
  4. Elite Dogs Of War (7:24)
  5. K9 Warrior (6:36)
  6. No Dogs Go To Heaven (4:31)
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2020
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2020 (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WTNLP 06. Rel: 27 Feb 17
  1. 2020 (8:35)
  2. Manse (4:23)
  3. Mass (4:24)
  4. Soup (6:18)
  5. Ant (11:02)
  6. KND (4:03)
  7. Ash (7:29)
Played by: Rikki Humphrey
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Transmission From A Drainpipe
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  1. Joan @ The Rave (3:31)
  2. Public Images (7:22)
  3. Request Line (2:57)
  4. Blog Kept A Growing (7:51)
Review: All things considered, it's been a pretty big year for Peder Mannerfelt. First he releases on Glasgow's Numbers imprint, and then Will Bankhead and Joy Orbison's Hinge Finger label - what could he possibly come up with next!? Well, the dude is back on his own, self-titled record imprint with an unsurprisingly loose set of dance tracks, starting with the near-beatless ambient waves of "Joan @ The Rave", and followed by the beat-heavy techno punch "Public Images". "Request Line" kicks the B-side off with a wonky bit of leftfield dance experimentation, spear-headed by an aptly bizarre set of bass tones, allowing "Blog Kept A Growing" to ties this wonderful EP off yet more frivolity, manifested by a stop-start power electronic rhythm. Much needed - go grab it.
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The Uncanny Valley (Deluxe Edition)
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The Uncanny Valley (Deluxe Edition) (limited 2xCD in 28 page hardcover book)
Cat: BLOOD 163. Rel: 06 Mar 17
  1. Neo Tokyo
  2. Weapons For Children
  3. Death Squad
  4. Femme Fatale (feat Highway Superstar)
  5. Venger (feat Greta Link)
  6. Disco Inferno
  7. She Moves Like A Knife
  8. Sentient (feat Hayley Stewart)
  9. Diabolus Ex Machina
  10. Assault
  11. The Cult Of 2112
  12. Souls At Zero (feat Astronoid)
  13. The Uncanny Valley
  14. Vile World
  15. The Church
  16. Consecration
  17. Hard Wired (instrumental)
  18. Venger (instrumental)
  19. Future Club (Arcade version)
  20. Vers/Us (demo)
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Backwards
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Backwards (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: CSR 203LP. Rel: 30 Nov 15
  1. Intro (0:53)
  2. Backwards (6:48)
  3. Amber Rain (5:43)
  4. Fire Of The Green Dragon (4:44)
  5. Be Careful What You Wish For (3:49)
  6. Nature Is A Language - The Test (5:38)
  7. Heaven's Blade (8:20)
  8. Copacaballa (5:42)
  9. Paint Me As A Dead Soul (6:49)
  10. Ayor (It's In My Blood) (3:14)
  11. A Cold Cell (6:21)
  12. Fire Of The Mind (7:11)
Review: There is little to say about Coil apart from the fact that have been one of the most important groups in the industrial scene since the mid-1980s, and that they've had a massive effect on the state of electronic music today. The band formed and led by John Balance is particularly important for the latter because of the Backwards sound that they developed into the 1990's. This present compilation by Cold Spring is a comprehensive review of the Backwards sound, an incredible blend of dance beats and raucous noise infusions powered by an unmistakable EBM flavour that links up nicely with the likes of Nitzer Ebb, and that whole posse. "Fire Of The Green Dragon" is one of our personal favourites, a gorgeous twist of dubbed-about beat mechanics, and "Heaven's Blade" is exactly the sort of psychedelic, voice-driven techno that we're into these days. This is a must. For fans of all electronic music types. Killer.
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Played by: Pacific Horizons
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The Future Of The Sun
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Cat: NTK 009. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. The Arc Light Murders (9:54)
  2. Death By Wire (13:58)
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Reflection
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Reflection (12")
Cat: KESS 04. Rel: 06 Feb 17
  1. Lines (6:02)
  2. Fairy Tale (4:03)
  3. Bouge! (5:22)
  4. Tu Es Le Star (4:51)
Review: Back in December, Genevieve Pasquier quietly returned to action after six years by contributing a remix of the previously unheard "Fairy Tale" to Frigio's The Midas Touch EP. The original version of that song takes pride of place on Reflection, alongside three other clandestine trips into industrial pop territory. It's all deliciously dark and moody stuff, with metallic drum machine percussion, fuzzy synth lines and the artist's own atmospheric vocals taking centre stage. We're particularly enjoying the buzzing guitars, low-slung groove and Nine Inch Nails attitude of "Bouge!", though the decidedly weird, crackly and sparse "Tu Es Le Star" is similarly impressive.
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Absolution
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Absolution (limited heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: COUMLTD 002. Rel: 12 Dec 16
  1. Absolution (8:33)
  2. Either Or (3:40)
  3. All That Remains (6:36)
  4. This Place Never More (6:38)
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The Downward Spiral
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The Downward Spiral (heavyweight 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
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Cutting Room EP
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Cutting Room EP (12" + insert)
Cat: STPLJCK 002. Rel: 13 Feb 17
  1. Crash (part 1) (6:22)
  2. Crash (part 2) (8:56)
  3. Slingshot (5:37)
  4. Theme From Crunchy Dad (6:21)
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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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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
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Sport
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Sport (2xLP + CD)
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Cat: XLLP 776. Rel: 17 Oct 16
  1. FiT_17 (0:34)
  2. Fuck You, Oscar (4:25)
  3. Frankie (feat Frankie) (5:00)
  4. Big Keith (Ok Ok mix) (3:09)
  5. Skype (2:08)
  6. Junk (4:31)
  7. Jonny (feat Jonny) (5:25)
  8. Beat 20_194r (0:56)
  9. Gettin' Paid To Be Yourself (Al Kick Ass mix) (3:29)
  10. Do You Rotate? (feat Dale Cornish) (4:50)
  11. Her Face (3:02)
  12. Gone A Bit Bendy (NTS Chatroom version) (0:55)
  13. Plastic (3:55)
  14. Mad Love (feat Loke Rahbek) (4:25)
  15. FiT_17
  16. Fuck You, Oscar
  17. Frankie (feat Frankie)
  18. Big Keith (Ok Ok mix)
  19. Skype
  20. Junk
  21. Jonny (feat Jonny)
  22. Beat 20_194r
  23. Gettin' Paid To Be Yourself (Al Kick Ass mix)
  24. Do You Rotate? (feat Dale Cornish)
  25. Her Face
  26. Gone A Bit Bendy (NTS Chatroom version)
  27. Plastic
  28. Mad Love (feat Loke Rahbek)
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Concrete Desert
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Cat: ZENCD 239. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. City Of Fallen Angels
  2. Gasoline
  3. Agoraphobia
  4. Snakes Vs Rats
  5. Broke
  6. American Dream
  7. Don't Walk These Streets
  8. Other Side Of The World
  9. Hell A
  10. Concrete Desert
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Psalm 69: The Way To Succeed & The Way To Suck Eggs
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Cat: 812279 7601. Rel: 29 Aug 11
  1. NWO
  2. Just One Fix
  3. TV II
  4. Hero
  5. Jesus Built My Hotrod
  6. Scare Crow
  7. Psalm 69
  8. Corrosion
  9. Grace
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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
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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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Zoo
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Zoo (LP + insert)
Cat: DE 136. Rel: 03 Oct 16
  1. Message Through Hertz (6:29)
  2. Sex By Force (4:37)
  3. Ouverture (2:37)
  4. Ton Retrait Des Eaux (2:44)
  5. Hand In Hand (6:05)
  6. Leders Klub (6:02)
  7. Invisible Man (1:56)
  8. Zoophilic Lolita (6:03)
  9. Stranger (4:33)
  10. After The Last Gaze (3:52)
Played by: Rogér
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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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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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Suburban Hunting
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Suburban Hunting (limited heavyweight coloured splattered vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: CITI 018. Rel: 30 Nov 15
  1. Nursing Home (2:18)
  2. Vacant (5:50)
  3. Derelict (5:31)
  4. Godless (6:10)
  5. Scum (4:02)
  6. Tourist Zone (4:16)
  7. Crime (6:19)
  8. Suburban Hunting (6:14)
  9. Knives (6:07)
  10. Prayer Space (5:13)
  11. Shallow Pits (2:04)
Review: It's been a delight to see Oliver Ho's Broken English Club project develop artistically over recent times, with some fine records for Jealous God and Veronica Vasicka's Cititrax label along the way. Suburban Hunting sees Ho deliver his debut Broken English Club album, featuring some 11 tracks of primitive electronics and cinematic pseudo techno cuts. Tunes like "Vacant", "Derelict", or "Scum" all share a loose techno framework, but the real aesthetic is much vaster than that, verging on remnants of post-punk, industrial and all that goodness and hybrid class that came out of the late 1980's. It's another fine addition to the sublime Cititrax discography, and we recommended it just as much as the previous numbers.
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Psychic Driving Tapes
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Cat: TTT 022. Rel: 12 Oct 15
  1. Track 1 (26:16)
  2. Track 2 (10:09)
  3. Track 3 (12:39)
Review: Ah yes, this is where Will Bankhead's The Trilogy Tapes finally gets back to its roots and delivers the real weirdo stuff. Since the label's vinyl debut, Andrew Coltrane's intense Systems Of Chaos, TTT has been gradually drawn to the stranger strains of house and techno, but it's always been obvious that Bankhead's preference lies in the purely experimental. Ex Wolf Eyes member and Hanson Records boss Aaron Dilloway finally steps up on the label's catalogue with a furious bunch of noise tunes that, well, are simply indescribable in words. Simply described as being able to be played at any speed on the 12" itself, the two long form tracks are totally off-the-wall, ranging from the cacophonous, to the melancholic and the lo-fi. Originally issued on tape several years ago, this remains one of Dilloway's most interesting releases to date and it makes a fine addition to the TTT's singular catalogue. For the daring minds...
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Deathvox
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Deathvox (12")
R&S
Cat: RS 1412. Rel: 01 Dec 14
  1. Deathvox
  2. Monstro
  3. Ful
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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Played by: Bran Lanen
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General Dimensions
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Cat: LIES 087. Rel: 21 Nov 16
  1. Off-Script (4:43)
  2. Citizen (3:19)
  3. Logis Debris (4:15)
  4. General Dimensions (4:19)
  5. Empathy Program (4:04)
  6. Nowhere (4:08)
  7. Cyclebreaker (4:26)
  8. Permanence (3:48)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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Strong Proud Stupid & Superior
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  1. Grebenstein & Seefried - "Strong Proud Stupid & Superior" (10:13)
  2. Grebenstein & Joscha Bauer - "Grauer03" (Grebenstein rework) (7:45)
  3. Grebenstein & Joscha Bauer - "Grauer04" (Grebenstein radioedit) (5:47)
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Dance Tracksz
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Cat: DIAG 033. Rel: 23 Jan 17
  1. Ah Yeah (4:20)
  2. Bottle Smashing (4:40)
  3. Prey (4:47)
  4. Rudeboy (5:36)
  5. Luv U Bruv (4:07)
  6. Hot Key Motherfucker (4:46)
  7. Reds (3:54)
  8. War Goes On (5:50)
Played by: 3.14, Jock Club
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Double A
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Double A (12")
Cat: DIAG 013. Rel: 13 Oct 14
  1. Foxy
  2. One Take Dub No Edit
Review: As 2014 has rolled on, Powell's Diagonal label has really gathered a sense of momentum and direction with its succession of releases. With the Juno office stereo still in recovery from the most excellent Shit & Shine LP Powder Horn, this new double pronged noise sermon from the masterful Russell Haswell only adds to their impressive year. Comprised of two 10-minute tracks, Double A is at times as bracing as anything else from the Haswell canon, with the scratched, spasmodic improvised sonics of lead track "Foxy" potentially capable of scaring Richard D James back into hiding. "One Take Dub No Edit" is described by Diagonal as a "flashback to a vital time when futurist Latin freestyle and industrial funk were the dancer's choice" and is perhaps the closest concession to the dancefloor from Haswell in some time. Killer artwork too!
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Animals
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Animals (CD)
Cat: DIAG 025. Rel: 15 Feb 16
  1. Believe
  2. Head Body
  3. 24
  4. Tomorrow We Will Kill You
  5. I Know I Know I Know
  6. Punch
  7. Gutsy
  8. Face Attack
  9. Presenza Immobile
  10. Work Talk
  11. They Cannot Be Replaced
  12. 28 (bonus track)
  13. 02 (bonus track)
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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The Composite Moods Collection Volume One: House Number 44
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Cat: BLACKEST 051. Rel: 28 Mar 16
  1. Response To Stimuli (4:33)
  2. It Itself, Is Harmless (3:26)
  3. Running Sheets (3:38)
  4. Ecstasy As A Mask Or A Shield
  5. Conscience Of Nerves
  6. Research Network
  7. On A Level
  8. End Of Each Analysis (0:58)
  9. Mimetic (2:39)
  10. Content For Feelings (1:08)
  11. Zero Point Zero Six Per Cent (2:00)
  12. Implicit Use Of Abstraction (3:34)
  13. Statistical Order (3:11)
  14. Results (0:40)
  15. Vestibule (2:05)
  16. Everything They Wanted To Hear (3:07)
  17. Bahy-Oh-Feed-Bak (3:40)
  18. Methods Of Elan (3:24)
  19. Lines To Border (2:46)
Review: Alex Ander and Marc Dall, the two dudes behind the Dalhous project, have pretty much restricted their output to the mighty Blackest Ever Black label, but who could blame them? The label has been one of the most consistent and diverse stables for dark and industrial dance and non-dance music over the last five years, a true pinnacle of the 2010's. This latest work, entitled The Composite Moods Collection Vol 1 / House Number 44 is a beast of an album, nineteen piece of sparse and desolate electronic music that has much more in common with a soundtrack than an ambient album. In fact, the chilling backdrops of drones and electro-acoustic wails that flutter over this work are truly a piece of moody melodica, a times loosely infused with melted beats and a ritualistic form of percussion. It's classic BEB material, and if you're into travelling to sinister, cavernous places, this will surely do the trick.
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For Those Who Strive
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  1. Stolen Scenes Of Golden Lush (5:22)
  2. For Thos Who Strive (4:42)
  3. The Narrow Life He Bore (3:42)
  4. For The Hour Of Great Humiliation (4:46)
  5. The Cost Of Bruised Kisses (5:19)
  6. Sleep Through Sensation (4:28)
Review: If you're a particularly ardent follower of the Northern Electronics phenomenon, you may have stumbled across SARS when her ?????? cassette landed on the label operated by budding graffiti artist Abdulla Rashim in 2014. Since then the rarely visible artist has surfaced once more as one half of Fodd Dod, this time in collaboration with the ever prolific Varg. Earlier in the year the pair delivered the Studie I Narhet, Langtan Och Besvikelse album to Northern Electronics, and now SARS is back but this time she is working alongside Rashim. For Those Who Strive comes draped in sweeps of gloomy pads that fit perfectly with the uneasy tension of the Northern Electronics aesthetic. The album is comprised of six tracks, all reportedly composed by SARS and Rashim in Stockholm this year before being mastered by Neel in Rome. Varg devotees fear not, for Ronnberg reportedly contributed additional production to the opening track "Stolen Scenes Of Golden Lush".
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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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Played by: Sean Dixon
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