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Adventures In Rainbow
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Cat: 50WEAPONS 022. Rel: 17 Sep 12
Footwork/Juke
  1. I Go Boom
  2. Button Moon
  3. Oversize Clip
  4. Melody Maker
Review: More body slamming material here from Addison Groove. Direct dancefloor business, the title track "I Go Boom" shakes and sasses with a tight dancehall stomp that's balanced beautifully with soft minor keys in a way that DJ Gregory might have done back in the day (only a lot heavier). "Button Moon" takes the heaviness level up several notches with more steppy beats and a fine acid house flavour. "Oversize Clip", meanwhile, nods to the dubstep heads with a deep and minimal 808 riddim. "Melody Maker" finishes the show on a deeper note. Timeless, jacking and sweetened with a sexy groove, Addison Groove can do no wrong right now.
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Allaby
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Allaby (12")
Cat: 50WEAPONS 043. Rel: 02 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Addison Groove - "Allaby" (4:36)
  2. Errorsmith - "Airbag" (5:30)
Review: Here's something to excite all those who like their dance music to come with a heavy dose of funk: a split release from 50 Weapons that boasts material from Bristol-based floor-slayer Addison Groove and scene veteran Erik "Errorsmith" Wiegand. The latter is in a combative mood, delivering a rave-friendly chunk of analogue madness that comes complete with colossal build-ups, twisted acid lines, bouncy electronics and ghetto-tech-inspired intensity. While rather good, it lacks the energy and punch of Addison Groove's contribution, the throbbing "Allaby". Typically, it sits somewhere between the relentless jack of juke, the cut-up appeal of ghetto-tech, and the rolling goodness of tech-funk. However you describe the track, it's a bit of a banger.
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Centrum
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Centrum (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: 50WEAPONSLP 17. Rel: 02 Mar 15
Techno
  1. Where (1:25)
  2. Composer (6:25)
  3. Fire Woman (4:54)
  4. Excluding Natalia (6:08)
  5. SAC (5:13)
  6. Each Other (6:04)
  7. Oez (4:00)
  8. At The Mirror (5:38)
  9. 0 To 1 (4:13)
  10. I Ride (6:42)
Review: Parisian producer Bambounou has long been part of the 50 Weapons family, having offered up a series of well-received singles and a debut album for the label since 2012. Centrum is his second LP, and sees him in a typically inventive mood, offering up a range of techno tracks blessed with curiously off-kilter rhythms, crackly found sounds, tumbling melodies and jumpy electronics. While there are dancefloor moments - see the Detroit-influenced, outer-space grooves of "Fire Woman", spiraling psychedelia of "S.A.C" and the kickdrum-propelled thump of "Excluding Natalia" - many of the more potent moments are far more influenced by IDM and ambient.
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Centrum
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Centrum (CD)
Cat: 50WEAPONCD 17. Rel: 02 Mar 15
Techno
  1. Where
  2. Composer
  3. Fire Woman
  4. Excluding Natalia
  5. SAC
  6. Each Other
  7. Oez
  8. At The Mirror
  9. 0 To 1
  10. I Ride
Review: Parisian producer Bambounou has long been part of the 50 Weapons family, having offered up a series of well-received singles and a debut album for the label since 2012. Centrum is his second LP, and sees him in a typically inventive mood, offering up a range of techno tracks blessed with curiously off-kilter rhythms, crackly found sounds, tumbling melodies and jumpy electronics. While there are dancefloor moments - see the Detroit-influenced, outer-space grooves of "Fire Woman", spiraling psychedelia of "S.A.C" and the kickdrum-propelled thump of "Excluding Natalia" - many of the more potent moments are far more influenced by IDM and ambient.
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Played by: Philou Louzolo
See You Soon
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Cat: 50WEAPONS 044. Rel: 09 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Bambounou - "See You Soon" (10:11)
  2. Margaret Dygas - "Popular Religions" (9:08)
Simulat
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Simulat (2xLP)
Cat: 50WEAPONLP 03. Rel: 29 Aug 11
Techno
  1. Amor Y Ortos
  2. Want You To Be
  3. Infinite Helsinki
  4. Ritmat
  5. Interstellar Inflight Entertaiment
  6. Infinite Helsinki
  7. Less Of Me, More Of You
  8. Star Motel
  9. Osu Xen
  10. Form Over Function
  11. Lillayster
  12. Samiska
Obsidian
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Obsidian (2xLP)
Cat: 50WEAPONLP 18. Rel: 26 Oct 15
Techno
  1. Obsidian (1:39)
  2. Cosmonaut (6:02)
  3. Monolith (4:35)
  4. Transmission (7:18)
  5. Pulse Width (3:42)
  6. Shimmer (5:06)
  7. Vostok 6 (5:17)
  8. Parallax View (5:55)
  9. Poly (4:11)
  10. Tetrapod (3:29)
  11. HRM TX (1:54)
  12. Trickster (5:49)
Review: It's fitting that Benjamin Damage is the last artist to release an album on 50 Weapons. Apart from owners Modeselektor, he was also one of the first to feature on the label. Obsidian sees Damage straddle a fine line between the melodic and the atmospheric, the dance floor-heavy and the visceral. This is audible on the title track, where spacey chords are introduced over a rolling rhythm and on "Monolith", an arrangement that sees Damage fuse tribal beats with fragile, angelic hooks. Even though much of the album revolves around this interplay, there are also moments when the balance tips in the favour of the esoteric, and the lithe break beats and sensuous ambience of "Pulse Width" and "Shimmer" bring an end to Damage's relationship with the label in fine, introspective style.
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Played by: Ben Sims, S-File, Unspent
Kansas
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Kansas (12")
Cat: 50WEAPONS 042. Rel: 02 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Benjamin Damage & Doc Daneeka - "Kansas" (8:25)
  2. Bicep - "Closing Sequence" (6:03)
Review: Modeselektor always promised that their 50 Weapons imprint would cease operations once it hit a half-century of releases. Given that this is the much-admired 42nd release, it would seem that the end is nigh. Naturally, they'll keep dancing till the bitter end, and here present two tried-and-tested floor-fillers from Benjamin Damage & Doc Daneeka, and Bicep. The latter's "Closing Sequence" naturally doffs a cap to rave-era sweatiness, but boasts beats, melodies and electronic textures more reminiscent of the short-lived progressive breaks sound (look it up, kids). Damage and Daneeka, meanwhile, lay down a deliciously dubby, hypnotic chunk of Germanic tech-house built around bustling, bouncy beats, relentless organ loops and shimmering, swirling synthesizers.
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Don't Leave Me
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Cat: 50WXTR 02. Rel: 07 Jul 14
Techno
  1. Don't Leave Me
  2. Plan A
Review: Whilst the most recent Modeselektion compilation saw Berlin pair Modeselektor pick from a largely established (if very varied) pool of artists, the latest release on their 50 Weapons labels shows Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary have not lost any of their canny A&R skills for uncovering new talent. The uniquely named Fjaak are a Berlin trio with "futuristic minds but already nostalgic feelings" and as far as we can tell this two track 12" is their debut release. Familiarise yourself with both cuts and you'll understand why Bronsert and Szary scooped Fjaak up, with a their rave ready productions executed on a mixture of hardware and software the sort of club focused music 50 Weapons has made it's name on. As immediate as the title track is, our pick is the tougher techno fix of B Side "Plan A".
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Oben/Unten
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Oben/Unten (12")
Cat: 50WEAPONSXTR 04. Rel: 26 Jan 15
Techno
  1. Oben (7:20)
  2. Unten (9:43)
Review: Modeselektor's label provides a neat soundtrack for two sides of clubbing on its latest release. "Oben" (German for upper floor) is built for the kind of peak-time action its title suggests and sees Fjaak let loose with a slamming, relentless rhythm, heavy drums and a cut-up of the "Amen" break, while a detached vocal witters away in the background. By contrast, "Unten", which is German for 'bottom' - or, in this context, 'the basement' - is more considered. Cavernous, spacious kicks and heavy claps provide the basis for a chord sequence that flits and floats through the arrangement as randomly as conversations at an after party.
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Super Smash
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Super Smash (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: 50WEAPONS 049. Rel: 21 Dec 15
Techno
  1. Fjaak - "Super Smash" (6:26)
  2. Rodhad - "Oblivion" (7:54)
Review: The penultimate 50 Weapons release pays tribute to the music of its home town, Berlin. Oddly enough, it plays host to the first release on the label by Rodhad. The Dystopian boss delivers "Oblivion", a raw and noisy analogue workout that calls to mind the sonic extremities of Landstrumm and Vogel, realised against a stepping rhythm. However, the real highlight comes from Fjaak. This Berlin trio, who received their break thanks to releases on 50 Weapons, drop "Super Smash". The track's wailing, diva vocal, techy chords and flowing groove may not be the most innovative, but it'll go a long way to ensuring that the future of Berlin techno is safe in Fjaak's hands.
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AF 4302 EP
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AF 4302 EP (12")
Cat: 50W 034. Rel: 07 Apr 14
Techno
  1. MILF
  2. DSK
  3. HE
Review: You have to admire Laurent Garnier's continued desire to push boundaries and confound critics. His plan to devote 2014 to releasing five EPs on five different labels, whilst mixing up the styles, is undoubtedly bold. This three-tracker for the ever-intriguing 50Weapons imprint is particularly impressive. "MILF" bristles with stuttering analogue rhythms, foreboding chords and attractive bleep melodies, coming on like an unlikely jam session between Sweet Exorcist and Orbital. "DSK" sees the French veteran moving further towards his techno roots, while "He" sounds like an homage to darkwave with techno overtones and more than a hint of stripped-back early Chicago acid. Bravo Monsieur Garnier, bravo!
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Trees
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Trees (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: 50WEAPONS 050. Rel: 21 Dec 15
Techno
  1. Trees (with Paul St Hilaire) (7:41)
  2. 50 Trees (5:22)
Review: After a long, well-publicised farewell, Modeselektor's 50 Weapons label finally bits the dust, bowing out with a release from the owners. For the fiftieth and final record, the German pair have recruited long-time Rhythm & Sound vocalist Paul St Hilaire. He brings his baleful, shanty style delivery to the intense, rolling title track, and if anything tempers the intensity of the massive, shimmering chord builds that unfold as "Trees" progresses. On the other side, there's "50 Trees". On this occasion, Modeselektor decide to drop out the beats and the listener is left to contend with dark, textured sound scapes, a chilling but evocative goodbye to one of techno's key imprints.
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The Killer
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The Killer (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: 50WEAPONSLP 08. Rel: 30 Jul 12
Techno
  1. STP3/The Killer
  2. Silent Witness
  3. Gas Up
  4. I Come By Night
  5. Day After
  6. Phototype
  7. Ride On
  8. The Praetorian (LP mix)
  9. You Got The Look
  10. V10MF!/The Filler
  11. Follow The Leader
Review: "If you do not hear this" a distorted voice says at the start of Shed's third album, The Killer, before deploying a low bass frequency, "or that, you will not feel it". It's a statement of intent which is followed through with some of the heaviest material of the producer's career - whether it's the dense ambient of "STP3/The Killer", the tunnelling, waspish drone of "I Come By Night", or the screaming oscillations of "Day After". Despite being an album grounded by monolithic rave-era breakbeats, it's also an album of contemplative moments - the thermal current melodies of "Gas Up" and "The Praetorian" chief among them. The artwork says it all - this is an album made for the body, and our advice is to turn it up loud and let techno's greatest contemporary producer work his magic.


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Dark Planet
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Cat: 50WEAPONS 045. Rel: 16 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Dark Planet (4:33)
  2. Dark Planet (Modeselektor remix) (4:59)
Review: Modeselektor are clearly keen to make 50 Weapons' last few releases as strong as possible. For this 12", they've turned to Berlin techno titan Shed, who - somewhat predictably - more than delivers the goods. "Dark Planet" is a thick, tough and driving beast, with chopped-up, manipulated vocal snippets forming a quirky melody line above a thumping rhythm that neatly combines pounding kick-drums and hissing cymbals. This is no-nonsense, floor-friendly techno that comes laden with sly funk. Modeselektor themselves have a go at remixing it on the flip, delivering a far weirder, wilder, stranger and - bizarrely - more melodious 'broken techno' interpretation.
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Played by: Dan Curtin
50 Weapons Of Choice #20-29
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VARIOUS
Cat: 50WEAPONSLP 09. Rel: 03 Sep 12
Techno
  1. Dark Sky - "Neon"
  2. Phon.O - "Abbey Road"
  3. Benjamin Damage & Doc Daneeka - "Jumanji"
  4. Anstam - "Carmichael"
  5. Cosmin TRG - "De Dans"
  6. Phon.O - "Sad Happiness"
  7. Marcel Dettmann - "Deluge"
  8. Shed - "RQ-170"
Review: Prior to the 50 Weapons we all know and love today, the imprint was begun as a series of anonymous white labels which we later collected as part of a compilation. This latest collection gathers the best of the label's singles output from the past 12 months. Dark Sky, Benjamin Damage & Doc Daneeka and Cosmin TRG all represent - highlights include Phono's technoid UK garage killer "Abbey Road", Marcel Dettmann's prickly atonal techno bomb "Deluge", and Shed's "RQ-170", an experimental piece of 160BPM dubstep which sounds like Drexciyan explorers picking through the sandblasted remains of a dried up underwater city.
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Played by: Ben Sims
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