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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)
The Healer
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The Healer (12")
Cat: MNQ 095. Rel: 20 Feb 17
  1. The Healer (8:59)
  2. The Healer (Innsyter remix) (5:47)
  3. Voice Of Thunder (4:53)
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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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A Disseminated Darkness On Inner Personality Status EP
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  1. Novacom - "Outsiders" (5:12)
  2. JK Flesh - "No Self Control" (5:24)
  3. Le Syndicat - "Maximalist (1993)" (4:01)
  4. Le Syndicat - "Prothesis Pack Xtract 08 (1983)" (3:52)
  5. Le Syndicat - "Maximalist" (Ekman remix) (6:05)
Review: Continuing their uncompromising fusions of artists new and old, Contort Yourself return with a punishing array of industrial thuggery from hardware manipulators you wouldn't take home to your mother. Novacom were last seen on Slumdiscs back in 2014 and here bring a fast and gnarly rhythmic tryst to bear before JK Flesh do their own snagging dance with oppressive synths and drums twirling into a heavyweight whole. French brutalists Le Syndicat then dominate the B-side with their confrontational bastardisation of techno and industrial, making the perfect source material for Ekman to get nasty with on his remix of "Maximalist".
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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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Transparent (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code + booklet)
Cat: CSR 230 LP. Rel: 20 Feb 17
  1. Zos Kia - "Sicktone" (5:38)
  2. Zos Kia - "Baptism Of Fire" (4:59)
  3. Zos Kia - "Violation" (5:23)
  4. Zos Kia - "Poisons" (3:25)
  5. Zos Kia - "Truth" (5:39)
  6. Zos Kia/Coil - "Sewn Open" (5:44)
  7. Zos Kia/Coil - "Sicktone" (1:21)
  8. Zos Kia/Coil - "Silence & Secrecy" (Section) (4:52)
  9. Zos Kia/Coil - "Truth" (version) (5:32)
  10. Zos Kia/Coil - "Stealing The Words" (4:21)
  11. Zos Kia/Coil - "On Balance" (4:39)
  12. Ake - "No Mas" (bonus track) (4:33)
  13. Ake - "Rape" (live At Equinox, June 21, 1983 - bonus track) (5:25)
Review: Where do we even start with the Cold Spring label? The UK institution has been putting out any music that's remotely related to the industrial domain for over twenty years, and they have featured some pretty legendary names on the label. Names like Psychic TV, Merzbow, Genesis P-Orridge and Skullflower, among many others, and have even mashed that up with visionary legends like Sun Ra. They've got a pretty special line-up this time with Zos Kia, Coil, and Ake all appearing on the same LP. Enough said, brothers and sisters. John Gosling might be the only remaining member of legendary 80s industrial outfit Zos Kia, but it's clear from the sounds of his first five segments that he's still operating with exactly the same menace and dexterity behind the mixing board; this is your thing if you're into bizarre noise infusions and gnarly power electronics. The man teams up with legendary band Coil, spear-headed by ex-Psychic TV member John Balance, and together they offer some pretty foreboding noise-rock cross-overs. Ake's final two tracks tie things off with a devilish twist of tooled-up field recordings that give the term 'bleak' a new meaning. A special release. Don't miss this.
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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)
Syndicat De La Couture
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Cat: AVN 028. Rel: 06 Feb 17
  1. Fragrance Arpege (4:29)
  2. Cafe Anglais (8:00)
  3. Jewelry Armoire (6:58)
  4. Syndicat De La Couture (5:53)
Review: The Empire Line is a new project that brings together two of experimental electronic music's finest practitioners, Northern Electronics co-founder Varg and Posh Isolation co-founder Christian Stagsgaard. The four tracks showcased on this debut EP were apparently recorded at Mayhem in Copenhagen, a renowned experimental performance and rehearsal space. The cuts can be divided into two distinct camps: the atmospheric noise-meets-ambient flavours of "Fragrance Arpege" and fuzzy, sprawling "Jewelry Armoire", and the percussion-driven dancefloor darkness of "Cafe Anglais" and "Syndicat de la Couture". The latter, with its meandering acid lines, hushed electronics and shuffling drumbeats, is arguably the record's standout moment.
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Played by: Le Chocolat Noir
Bright Red
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Bright Red (red vinyl 12")
Cat: MNQ 079. Rel: 12 Dec 16
  1. 2 (4:46)
  2. Bright Red (5:00)
  3. Park 1 (5:07)
  4. The Pit (5:26)
Review: Tomas More returns, following up that greta release for Jealous God earlier this year. The Frenchman presents more savage post punk re-interpretations on the Bright Red EP, as heard on the grinding and guttural lo-fi antics of "2". On the flip, the low fidelity, smacked out EBM pulsations of "Park 1" call to mind Back & Forth era Skinny Puppy. Finally, your violent descent into the abyss is imminent on a track quite fittingly titled "The Pit" with its siren like synth squeals, unsettling machine noise and pounding drums supporting More's wailing vocals that swim in layers of delay and distortion.
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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)
Star Alliance
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Cat: PI 160. Rel: 08 Aug 16
  1. Name Signs & New Hands, Old Cars (4:05)
  2. Corinthia Skin (part 1 - Artist Dinner & Sparkling Wine) (4:53)
  3. Red Lights/Venue, Midnight (1:51)
  4. Stroboscopic Observations On Ecstasy (7:07)
  5. The Eyes Of An Excellent Lover (6:32)
  6. Cardinal Lipstick, Matching Toenails (3:52)
  7. Under Beige Nylon (5:31)
  8. White & Yellow, Powdered Drugs (4:58)
  9. Silk & Steel (4:13)
  10. Luxury Bubbles, Unscented Lubricant (With Vanity Productions) (6:54)
  11. Corinthia Skin (part 2 - PPV & Room-Service) (3:50)
  12. Lobby Leisure (2:53)
  13. Turbulence/Complimentary Wi-Fi (2:48)
  14. The City Where I Used To Live & Love/Stockholm (2:33)
  15. The Color Of Saffon/Opium (5:56)
  16. Lavender Halter/See Through Showers Of The Standard (3:41)
Review: Varg's Star Alliance originally took shape as a 6 cassette box set released in late 2015 on Posh Isolation now gets a re-release on vinyl and is definitely a must for fans of the Swedish producer. Said to be a collection of live recordings from his worldwide performances over an extended period, they are no doubt representative of his varied yet dynamic style, running the gamut from power electronics and dark ambient pieces through to deeply hypnotic techno that has seen him release on the likes of Northern Electronics and Semantica previously.
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Alchemy (12")
Cat: BDN 012. Rel: 19 Dec 16
  1. Track 1 (5:47)
  2. Track 2 (5:29)
  3. Track 3 (7:29)
  4. Track 4 (4:57)
Review: It's no surprise that Holland's Ekman has sprung up on the Bedouin label. After all, the imprint proposes a very similar sort of deal to the likes of Berceuse Heroique. Both labels love dark iconography and mood sounds; while it is clearly not to everyone's taste, at least they try hard. Ekman rocks up with four nasty cuts, the first "Track 1" attacking the speakers with a brutal shade of distorted bass and wild bass drumming, while "Track 2" adds in a little 303 nuttiness for good measure. On the flip, "Track 3" gargles its gnarly acidity over a layer of bubbling synths and metallic percussion, leaving "Track 4" to provide some much needed, and firmly stripped-down, beat flexing. Heavy gear, as expected.
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Remain Neutral
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Remain Neutral (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: PRECEPT 008. Rel: 19 Dec 16
  1. Head Expanded (4:13)
  2. Let's Talk (4:50)
  3. Undisciplined Groove (2:49)
  4. No, Thanks (4:41)
  5. Remain Neutral (2:35)
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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 (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)
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
Disorder EP
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Cat: THR 01. Rel: 20 Feb 17
  1. Disorder (8:07)
  2. Tension (5:13)
  3. Contact (5:52)
  4. C7RL (7:26)
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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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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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
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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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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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)
Media In The Service Of Terror
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  1. Ziad Jarrah Studied Mathematics (4:54)
  2. More Of The Same (5:46)
  3. Take Vows (6:09)
  4. Wherever There Is Money There Is Unforgiveness (3:26)
  5. Interrogation Mosaic (7:37)
  6. Take Vows (The Inevitable Bitterness Of Life) (6:45)
  7. More Of The Same (Tunisia) (4:24)
Review: Dominick Fernow presents another dark and confronting opus entitled Media In The Service Of Terror. Read between the lines of the titles then listen and learn via these harsh textural abrasions on offer. The sombre and brutalist opener "Ziad Jarrah Studied Mathematics" sets the scene well, the tunnelling slo-mo techno of "Take Vows" is great and follows the same path as Vactrol Park or L'estasi Dell'oro have in recent times. "Interrogation Mosaic" shows Fernow still has the knack for some chilling imaginary soundtracks while "More Of The Same (Tunisia)" has the classic outsider techno sound that Fernow has honed on previous efforts like Remember Your Black Day or Ghosts Of Chechnya.
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When You Are Crawling
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Cat: HOS 398LP. Rel: 02 Dec 13
  1. Remember Your Black Day (Bouthayna Traditions)
  2. Al Qaeda
  3. Atta's Apartment Slated For Demolition (Bouthayna Engineering)
  4. Not The Son Of Desert Storm But The Child Of Chechnya
Review: The prodigious Dominick Fernow is a one-man production line for paranoid, scratchy, intense industrial techno, drone and dark ambience. He released three albums in 2012, and this is a swiftly issued collection of alternate versions and outtakes from his most recent outing, the Iraq War-inspired Remember Your Back Day. While "Not The Son of Desert Storm By The Child of Chechnya" and "Remember Your Back Day (Bouthayna Traditions)" are particularly bleak and uncompromising, there's some evocative warmth and plenty of tear-jerking melodies to be found on "Al Qaeda", while "Atta's Apartment Slated for Demolition (Bouthayna Engineering)" is a shuffling, atmospheric delight.
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Irrgang (LP)
Cat: NE 35. Rel: 23 Jan 17
  1. Svarm (3:54)
  2. Hal (4:16)
  3. Fasad (5:04)
  4. Sankt (3:08)
  5. Ingen Utvag (3:24)
  6. Haglos (5:26)
  7. Indiskret (3:42)
  8. Strama Tyglar (3:58)
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
Unalloyed Unlicensed All Night!
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Unalloyed Unlicensed All Night! (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: RN 119. Rel: 23 Jan 17
  1. Blackwell Dynonetics (4:47)
  2. The Zika Slam (3:41)
  3. Integrated Sensor Is Structure (5:00)
  4. Lick & A Promise (4:37)
Traditional Music Of Notional Species Vol II
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  1. Theme V (3:52)
  2. Theme VI (4:10)
  3. Theme VII (4:13)
  4. Theme VIII (4:10)
  5. Dance V (4:41)
  6. Dance VI (4:07)
  7. Dance VII (4:04)
  8. Dance VIII (4:12)
Review: We've been waiting for the second instalment of Rashad Becker's Traditional Music Of Notional Species with a definite level of anxiety. In our eyes, the first chapter has been one of PAN's defining moments in musical terms, but it's also been so revealing to hear what's going on in Becker's mind outside of his mastering work at D&M. There is no way to describe this eccentric and abstract sound palette; Becker's style is both archaic and unfathomably future-looking, compressing and distorting strange and wonderful modular sounds into twisted, almost voice-like textures. It's music to be enjoyed with an open mind and, to us, it truly shows how daring this label can really be. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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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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State Of Absolute Alienation
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State Of Absolute Alienation (transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: IM 049. Rel: 27 Feb 17
  1. Ascension (intro) (3:00)
  2. Xenotrak (6:12)
  3. Bot O' War (8:21)
  4. Short Circuit (5:03)
  5. Invasion (6:11)
Few Tricks For Nervous Dealmakers EP
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  1. Volition Immanent - "Swarm Behaviour"
  2. Zombies Under Stress - "Maan Zal Zijn (1986)"
  3. Zombies Under Stress - "In Onze Tijd (1986)"
  4. Zombies Under Stress - "Maan Zal Zijn" (Svengalisghost remix)
  5. Mark Forshaw - "Submission"
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Contort Yourself has once again gathered the best and boldest from past and present for its fourth EP. To begin with we have the grimacing visage of Volition Immanent, an intense live act made up of Parrish Smith and Mark Van de Maat (Knekelhuis). Behind rawkish distortion, splintered beats and acrid bars screams a boiled anger; a track spitting on the divides of punk and electronics. Nastiness is taken up a notch as noise ne'er-do-wells Zombies Under Stress take over. Static is bent and doubled across thick chords and collapsed clap in the 1986 "Maan Zal Zijn" before the raw and raging battery of "In Onze Tijd." L.I.E.S. regular Svengalisghost grapples with "Maan Zal Zijn, channelling the original's rage into a mechanical monster. The 12" is bookended with bite as Mark Forshaw (Tabernacle/Berceuse Heroique) closes with the tortured and torrential thump of "Submission." A callous, caustic and fervently cruel EP.
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Twelve Inch Singles 1981-1984
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Twelve Inch Singles 1981-1984 (numbered gatefold clear vinyl 2xLP + silk-screened tote bag)
Cat: CLP 1931-1. Rel: 22 Dec 14
  1. Every Day Is Halloween
  2. Nature Of Love
  3. All Day
  4. Cold Life
  5. Halloween (remix)
  6. Nature Of Love (Cruelty mix)
  7. All Day (remix)
  8. Cold Life (dub)
  9. Same Old Madness
  10. Primental
  11. I'm Falling
  12. Nature Of Outtakes
  13. I'm Falling (alternative mix)
  14. Overkill
  15. He's Angry
  16. Move
Before This There Was One Heart
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Cat: OP 007CD. Rel: 16 Jun 14
  1. One-All/A Thousand Times/Multiple & Mirror
  2. All-One/Flash
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Stalin (12")
Cat: MNQ 086. Rel: 12 Dec 16
  1. Stalin (5:25)
  2. Stalin (Seven Sisters Of Putin remix) (4:16)
  3. Message (3:29)
  4. Liberation (6:24)
Review: Zombies Under Stress is a one-man project that dates back to the mid 1980s. Fanatism & Hysteria is the outfit's main LP, and it's still considered one of the defining works of the whole EBM era, surpassing even the likes of Nitzer Ebb in the minds of certain diggers. Berlin's Mannequin is the perfect place to have some of its tunes reissued, and "Stalin" is the one of the tunes from that original LP that still sounds so damn fresh to this day thanks to that raw, distorted, pseudo-acid bassline conquering its full 5+ minutes; the remix from Seven Sisters Of Putin offers a straighter, more club-friendly version. "Message" is from 1996, and its ominous groove hasn't aged a day since, whereas 1985's "Liberation" is some straight up noise cacophony for those feeling a little satanic. Another winner from Mannequin - essential!
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Played by: Le Chocolat Noir
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)
Bestial Burden
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Cat: SBR 117. Rel: 13 Oct 14
  1. Vacuum
  2. Intent Or Instinct
  3. Body Betrays Itself
  4. Primitive Struggle
  5. Autoimmune
  6. Bestial Burden
Four Things Everyone Will Be Talking About Today
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  1. Deregulation (5:35)
  2. Bond Panic (5:18)
  3. Banks Battered (4:49)
  4. Metal Sinks (with Diana Berti) (4:39)
A Celebration Of iDeath 1979-1982
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A Celebration Of iDeath 1979-1982 (limited hand-numbered 2xLP + 7")
Cat: VOD 13278. Rel: 29 Dec 14
  1. Qwertyuiop (1980)
  2. Untitled Improvisation (live At YMCA (Morpeth))
  3. In Advance Of The Broken Arm
  4. Anti Poem For Ella (with Alien Brains)
  5. Live At Morden Tower (Newcastle)
  6. Birds
  7. Footsteps
  8. Negative Or Print
  9. Time
  10. Dinosaur Loose
  11. All Aboard
  12. Emotional Closet
  13. Sudden Departure
  14. Heartless
  15. The Attraction Of Fixed Interest (1980)
  16. At Once Get Your Voice Away & Tell Me A Joke So I Can Laugh
  17. Because You Haven't Got A Voice (Oh Away)
Played by: Kondaktor
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Phi (cassette)
Cat: NNF 332. Rel: 12 Dec 16
  1. Nuktipolois (4:07)
  2. Magois (8:33)
  3. Bakkois (6:36)
  4. Lenais (7:31)
  5. Mustais (6:32)
  6. Akea (5:21)
So Sad
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So Sad (limited 10" LP + hand-numbered insert)
Cat: VOD 146SA10. Rel: 24 Oct 16
  1. Nina (2:13)
  2. Modern Christ (4:07)
  3. I Love You (2:39)
  4. These Words Mean Nothing To Me (3:07)
  5. Reverb (2:43)
  6. Listen To It Sing (5:01)
  7. Day After Day (4:09)
  8. Love Your Blindness (3:23)
  9. Your Memories Are Their Only Graves (3:21)
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Borders (CD)
Cat: THRILL 429CD. Rel: 30 Jan 17
  1. Body
  2. Border
  3. Descent
  4. Across
  5. Speak
  6. Axis
  7. Sight
  8. Retrieve
  9. Ascent
  10. Ground
  11. Dissolve
Review: It's been four years since experimentalists Emptyset last dropped a full-length excursion. In that time, their reputation has only grown, thanks in part to a string of impressive live performances. The fact that Thrill Jockey is releases Borders, their fifth album, confirms their ascent to the higher echelons of experimental electronica. This time round, they've slightly tweaked their approach. As well as their usual analogue sound design "processes", they've also made use of two instruments they built themselves - one a six-stringed zither-like instrument, and the other a drum. This, combined with their increased confidence in their live set-up, means that Borders has a looser, more immediate feel than some of their previous work. It's a hugely enjoyable development.
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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)
Cold Radiance
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Cat: FIELD 020. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. Transmission (7:21)
  2. Distant Planet (4:20)
  3. Ascneding (7:26)
  4. Passage (8:41)
  5. The Fountains (6:31)
  6. A Fall Of Moondust (10:40)
  7. Voices Of The Sky (5:09)
  8. Purple (7:26)
Review: Long players from L'estasi Dell'oro, D.A.R.F.D.H.S and Kartei signalled a move into artist albums from Dutch label Field that felt wholly right, and they've scored a real treat again in securing this Cold Radiance LP from Japanese artist IORI. Known for a potent brand of deep techno that has seen releases on Semantica, Prologue and DJ Nobu's Bitta label, Iori Asano is offered the chance to explore something different on this, his second album. Encourage to dabble in more explicitly ambient and experimental composition, Asano positively revels in this creative freedom for an eight-track album he himself likens to an "aerial sci-fi movie soundtrack." The gravelly sonic tones of opener "Transmission" sets the scene for what turns out to be one of the most enjoyable ambient techno albums of 2016 so far.
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Music For A Dance Performance
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Music For A Dance Performance (limited clear vinyl LP)
Cat: PI 155. Rel: 29 Jun 15
  1. Carpet Of Crushed Seashells Covering Parts Of The Floor (11:25)
  2. Copper Thread In A Knot Around The Performer’s Genitals (3:18)
  3. White Clothing & Bare Feet (4:35)
  4. 100 Bottles Of Sparkling Mineral Water (3:54)
  5. Digital Print On Cotton Paper (7:32)
Review: Kristian Emdal and Loke Rahbek are finally back with the follow up to 2012's Entrance cassette, a visceral mixture of abstract sounds with a distinct rhythmic structure. They return to Denmark's Posh Isolation - a quality outlet for some of Scandinavia's best and darkest electro-acoustic music - on vinyl format this time, with five cuts of chilling, organic sound design. "Carpet Of Crushed Seashells Covering Parts Of The Floor" feels like walking through a jungle at midnight, surrounded by disconcerting animal wails, while the eye-openingly named "Copper Thread In A Knot Around The Performer's Genitals" is looser, less concrete and heavier on the drones. Flip the wax and three more treatments of electronic delight, the most poignant of which has to be the noisy and jittery "100 Bottle Of Sparling Mineral Water", a foreboding five minutes of experimentation.
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Reflekterar (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: PI 179. Rel: 08 Aug 16
  1. Samtal Med Mig Sjalv (12:04)
  2. Plotsligt Och Sjalvklart (7:04)
  3. Nastan (7:48)
Review: Lust For Youth's Hannes Norrvide goes solo again, his second release under the Norin guise for Posh Isolation following up the Bakom Planteringen LP. His new dabbling in the techno sound; no doubt influenced by his time in Ivory Towers (with the likes of Varg) seems to have rubbed off on him and like the Northern Electronics affiliated Swede, he can pull off some storming deep acid epics like on the dynamic opener "Samtal Med Mig Sjalv". Things get a bit fiercer on the dark futurism of "Plotsligt Och Sjalvklart ", building gradually in atmosphere and transporting you on quite a journey. Finally, the stomping industrial techno of "Nastan" with its immaculately programmed metallic strikes and songster acid drones guarantees this EP is a force to be reckoned with.
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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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Valentina Tereshkova
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  1. Ivory Towers (6:23)
  2. Eterrum (2:28)
  3. Simulacra (12:06)
  4. Glances (3:13)
  5. Valentina Tereshkova (14:03)
  6. 1671 Chaika (4:17)
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Cat: TRIANGLE 18CD. Rel: 15 Apr 13
  1. Consumed
  2. Excavation (part 1)
  3. Excavation (part 2)
  4. Mara
  5. Miste
  6. The Mirror Reflecting (part 1)
  7. The Mirror Reflecting (part 2)
  8. Dieu
  9. The Drop
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Cat: DEN 250CD. Rel: 05 Sep 16
  1. Interphase
  2. Prophase
  3. Metaphase
  4. Anaphase
  5. Telophase
Review: For the best part of a decade, Ricardo Donoso has been delivering albums that inhabit the no-man's-land between drone, dark ambient, experimental electronica, and neo-classical soundscapes. On Quintessence, his eighth full-length excursion, Donoso continues to mine these complimentary genres. So while opener "Interphase" glides along on evocative strings and gentle ambient chords, "Metaphase" crackles with crunchy electronic intensity, with Donoso's dark mood coming to the fore. Elsewhere, the majority of the tracks sit somewhere in between these two contrasting approaching, with manipulated orchestration rubbing shoulders with moody, droning electronics and reverb-laden audio textures. It makes for an impressive, if a little chilly, collection of otherworldly cuts.
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