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Awakening The Sentient
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Cat: BPR 02. Rel: 16 May 16
Techno
  1. Awakening The Sentient (part 1) (4:20)
  2. Awakening The Sentient (part 2) (4:32)
  3. Awakening The Sentient (part 3) (4:59)
  4. Awakening The Sentient (part 4) (3:51)
Review: He is best know these days for his ebm and wave-influenced work as Broken English Club, but Oliver Ho first rose to prominence as a heads-down techno producer during the 90s. This release, originally issued on Blueprint back in 1999, has been re-released as part of the label's twentieth anniversary celebrations. Despite the passage of time, these four tracks have not lost their raw energy. Furious bursts of percussion, insistent stabs and regular vocal chants, all underpinned by murderous kicks, ensure that Ho's sound has not aged. The fourth and final cut is the most abrasive, a jarring locked groove that makes modern-day purism sound tame by comparison.
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Played by: Tripeo, S-File
Burning Heretics EP
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Cat: BP 045. Rel: 11 Apr 16
Techno
  1. Burning Heretics (6:04)
  2. Worship (3:28)
  3. Control (6:01)
  4. Genuflect (6:44)
Review: Blueprint's 20th anniversary celebrations wouldn't be complete without a new EP from British techno veteran Oliver Ho, who first appeared on the imprint way back in 1996. Opener "Burning Heretics" is a typically no-nonsense affair, with Ho effortlessly joining the dots between contemporary Surgeon, modern industrial techno, and the ragged intensity of purist acid house. "Worship" is deep, out-there, metallic and partially ambient, while "Control" is a near perfect exercise in bouncy acid techno. Finally, Ho presses the button marked "tribal" on the loose-limbed, broken techno brilliance of "Genuflect". As the old cliche goes, this is "all killer", with "no filler".
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Perindsor EP
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Cat: BP 047. Rel: 24 Oct 16
Techno
  1. Samaria District I (5:43)
  2. Operation (4:41)
  3. Ex Adenoma Pleomorfico (6:05)
  4. Perindsor (5:23)
Played by: HomePark
When The Dead Rise From The Sea
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Cat: BP 048. Rel: 21 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Durdle Dor (2:55)
  2. High Priestess (7:22)
  3. Coast To Coast (6:27)
  4. Through Fire & Water (6:52)
Played by: Aiken, Mark Broom
Deployment
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Deployment (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BPLTD 009. Rel: 12 Dec 16
Techno
  1. Deployed (5:41)
  2. Fortified (6:05)
  3. Insert Point (5:27)
  4. Strong Hold (5:35)
Played by: Kamera
Wind Up & Squeeze Up EP
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Wind Up & Squeeze Up EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BPLTD 008. Rel: 24 Oct 16
Techno
  1. Candid (7:00)
  2. Wind Up & Squeeze (5:46)
  3. Warm Bodies (6:30)
  4. Lein (5:29)
Review: Rumah is London based producer Sean Hughes who teams up with Bristol's Progression for this fine EP on James Ruskin's esteemed Blueprint label. Starting out with the restrained fury of dynamic opener "Candid", there's no letting up on the next offering entitled "Wind Up & Squeeze" with its relentless industrial stomp supporting catchy synth stabs sure to raise some hands in the air upon arrival. On the flip, the functional cyclicality of "Warm Bodies" displays the kind of reverberated hypnotism that you could imagine Marcel Dettmann playing at 'the big house' before the duo go out all guns blazing on the grinding thrasher "Lein" which is sure to whip the crowd into a frazy.
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Pluralism
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Pluralism (12")
Cat: BP 042. Rel: 14 Dec 15
Techno
  1. Pluralism (6:42)
  2. Desire (6:31)
  3. Demonstration (6:40)
Review: Pluralism presents more of the sure fire banging techno that you've come to expect from James Ruskin's Blueprint and Sigha alike. Title track "Pluralism" features a savage 808 stomp that bangs and hisses all over the shop beneath a hypnotic analogue melody and white noise. "Desire" crosses over into electro for a moment it seems, until its breakbeat turns into an off kilter four to the floor stomp, blended with Sahko style bleeps and evil snarling sub bass. Finally "Demonstration" is a restrained and minimal excursion featuring whirling analogue melodies, modular white noise hiss and a subdued dusty rhythm.
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Search Deep Inside Yourself
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Cat: BP 044 . Rel: 29 Feb 16
Techno
  1. Search (6:04)
  2. Deep (5:57)
  3. Inside (6:41)
  4. Yourself (6:01)
Review: To commence their 20th birthday celebrations, British techno imprint Blueprint has naturally turned to some of their pals for fresh material. Thus, we get Search Deep Inside Yourself, Surgeon's first appearance on James Ruskin's imprint for 19 years. The Birmingham producer naturally rises to the occasion, surging between metallic loop-jams ("Inside"), bleep-heavy broken techno brilliance ("Deep"), and surprisingly warm, tribal-enthused techno anthems ("Search"). Arguably best of all, though, is closer "Yourself", which sounds like Jaydee's "Plastic Dreams" after 20 years on crack, several spells in jail, and a brutal gang beating. Sure, there are few surprises, but when does Surgeon ever disappoint? You know the drill.
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Structures & Solutions: 1996-2016
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Structures & Solutions: 1996-2016 (4xLP + stickers + Insert)
Cat: BP 2016. Rel: 20 Jun 16
Techno
  1. OVR - "Metal Slipper" (7:21)
  2. Lakker - "Chain Of Combs" (5:57)
  3. James Ruskin & DVS1 - "Page 1" (6:11)
  4. Makaton - "Slur" (7:02)
  5. Planetary Assault Systems - "Pull" (7:39)
  6. Steve Bicknell - "Disguise Of Beings" (4:07)
  7. Regis - "Party Spoiler Too" (5:10)
  8. Randomer - "Sheen" (7:02)
  9. Truss - "Wonastow" (6:01)
  10. Rumah & Progression - "Speak & Spell" (6:01)
  11. James Ruskin - "6teenth" (5:21)
  12. Tessela - "Rub" (6:16)
  13. Rommek - "Off The Radar" (6:17)
  14. Blawan - "Passer By" (6:04)
  15. Oliver Ho - "The Serpent Devours Itself" (5:13)
  16. The Fear Ratio - "Lonor" (4:55)
  17. Lakker - "Orange" (5:07)
Review: Structures & Solutions: 1996-2016 presents 20 years of James Ruskin's esteemed institution. Seminal, uncompromising and forward thinking over its existence, this compilation focuses on Ruskin's many projects both solo and in collaboration with the likes of like-minded techno legends. For example with Regis on OVR's "Metal Slipper" a slow burning broken beat excursion full of attitude. Or with Minneapolis legend DVS1 on the woozy and minimal "Page 1" or as part of The Fear Ratio with Mark Broom who deliver the fine industrial trip-hop of "Lonor". Or just striking out on his own in glorious fashion like on "6teenth" which proves just why he still one of the most forward thinking producers of techno music still. Honourable mentions to a mix of old school legends and warriors of the new garde such as Steve Bicknell, Planetary Assault Systems, Lakker and Blawan.
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