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Voyage To Rahoz
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Cat: BLIQ 12. Rel: 06 Jul 15
Techno
  1. Momentum (8:17)
  2. Acid Dream (6:18)
  3. Play With Humanity (6:03)
  4. Play With Humanity (Anton Zap remix) (6:28)
DJ Loser
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DJ Loser (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BLIQ 15. Rel: 12 Dec 16
Deep House
  1. Your Eyes Were Telling Me That You Really Cared (5:34)
  2. Untitled (4:59)
  3. I've Got Dis (But I Can't Do It) (4:23)
  4. I've Got Dis (But Seixlack Can Do It) (6:45)
Review: It's early days for DJ Loser, having just been snapped up for a split cassette release with Raw Ambassador in the recent past. Luckily, getting a spot on London's well-established Bliq label is a fine place to start, and the debutant producer turns out some confidently grubby house wares for their first spot on vinyl. "Your Eyes Were Telling Me That You Really Cared" is a woozy, infectious club track full of scuffed drum machines and low-rent synth flares, while "Untitled" has a much more abrasive palette on offer. "I've Got Dis (But I Can't Do It)" hits a similar vein of atmospheric jackery before Bliq regular Seixlack turns out a more densely packed remix.
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Adidas People (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BLIQ 17. Rel: 06 Nov 17
Techno
  1. Singers
  2. Evil Flower
  3. Adidas People
  4. Hackney Tower
Review: Bliq continues its quest to mine the deepest shades of techno with this release from Iakovos, who had previously appeared on the label as LowJac and in the formidable duo Deemonlover. This is sharply focused mind music layered with subtle detail and rich textures perfectly honed for hazy hours at the far reaches of the party. "Singers" melds hypnotic pads with gossamer-light threads of breakbeat and warm synth pulses, while "Evil Flower" pushes a tougher rhythmic agenda without losing the ethereal atmosphere. "Adidas People" rides on a surging kick drum pattern, but leaves ample room for a distant drone, and then "Hackney Tower" heads into edgier territory with all manner of obtuse angles and unnerving sound effects pivoting around the insistent drum core of the track.
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Fox Venom
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Fox Venom (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BLIQ 16. Rel: 19 Jun 17
Techno
  1. Fox Venom (7:00)
  2. Fox Venom (Deemonlover So Solid remix) (6:24)
  3. Teabagging Mystery (5:52)
  4. Drillin' (4:23)
Review: Having emerged from the murky waters of the tape scene on Always Human and Summer Isle, Strahinja Arbutina follows up on a first 12" for BANK Records NYC with this sterling sure shot for the excellent Bliq label. There's a range of styles displayed across Fox Venom, but the tracks are held together by the immersive, droning atmospheres that linger in the background of the productions. "Fox Venom" lurches under a heavy cloud like the best subterranean techno should, while "Teabagging Mystery" gets locked into a deathly minimal groove. This is music for the graveyard shift, although Deemonlover's "So Solid Mix" of "Fox Venom" does inject some wild breakbeat action into the gothic surroundings.
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Patrick's Last Trip
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Cat: BLIQ 08. Rel: 20 Jan 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Priceless
  2. Liminal
  3. Sub Rosa X
  4. Patrick's Last Trip
  5. Patrick's Last Trip (Vernon Felicity remix)
  6. Tungsten
Review: Continuing Bliq's quest to unearth the most spooky and otherworldly techno and deep house fodder out there, Thingamajicks step into the spotlight with a staggeringly confident first release that touches on a range of moods without even a hint of trepidation. "Priceless" is a slow, stark exercise in 4/4 melancholia focused on dramatic swells of chord rather than anything percussive. "Sub Rosa X" goes even further out into an immersive swarm of analogue electronics loping in a reluctant groove, the sounds swaying as though they are without an anchor, and then when you least expect it the title track takes a massive swerve towards lackadaisical guitar chords and breezy optimism.
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