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Paean (limited 10")
Cat: 38 BC. Rel: 10 Dec 12
  1. Paean (Lone remix)
  2. Paean (Coda)
  3. Paean (Lukid remix)
Review: Given that the precocious Nathan Fake was a pioneer in the area of melodic, indie meets electronic, it's strange to hear him calling a release Paean. Despite this, it's business as usual for the UK producer, with a cascade of melodic lines and psychedelic modulations unfolding over a rattling break beat. By contrast, the Coda remix is but a short, noisy outro and Lukid's version is a noisy, bass-heavy broken beat reshape. It's the Lone version that most articulately captures the spirit of the original version. The synth sounds redefine the term 'breezy' and, over brittle break beats, veer into melodies so sweet that they could replace the sugar in your morning cup of coffee.
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Played by: DoubtingThomas
Circle Of Fifths
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Cat: 42 BC. Rel: 11 Nov 13
  1. Circle Of Fifths (tool)
  2. Circle Of Fifths (dub)
  3. Circle Of Fifths (Gibbersolo)
Review: One of The Inheritors more subdued moments, it may initially seem odd for James Holden to have chosen such an undanceable track for its own EP, but here it finds itself warped into new forms for the club environment. The "Tool" version sees Holden laying a slowly unfurling rhythm under the original's pastoral analogue synths which ebb and flow with a new intensity. The "dub" does much the same but in a more subdued manner, while the "Gibbersolo" isolates the deeply disturbing vocals to chilling effect.
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Played by: Rivet
Outdoor Museum Of Fractals/555hz
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Outdoor Museum Of Fractals/555hz (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: 48 BC. Rel: 29 Feb 16
  1. James Holden & Camilo Tirado - "Outdoor Museum Of Fractals" (26:09)
  2. James Holden & Camilo Tirado - "Outdoor Museum Of Fractals" (20:37)
  3. Luke Abbott - "555hz" (16:25)
  4. Luke Abbott - "555hz" (16:23)
Review:  Last year, Border Community heavyweights James Holden and Luke Abbott took part in a special performance to mark the 80th birthday of minimalist legend Terry Riley. Here, the extended pieces they performed that night are finally released. Holden's 46-minute piece - performed with tabla player Camilo Tirado, and created by writing a special sequencer for his modular synthesizer - is little less than an exotic, slowly evolving masterpiece, up there with the American composer's finest synthesizer works. Abbott's "555Hz", on the other hand, is an altogether deeper and more languid affair, but no less enthralling. Built around droning, drawn-out chords and subtle melodic shifts, it bubbles away attractively like the greatest intergalactic ambience.
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Two Ways
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Two Ways (limited black & white vinyl 12")
Cat: 47 BC. Rel: 30 Nov 15
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Two Ways (10:05)
  2. Balance Of Imbalance (5:46)
Review: Rocketnumbernine, the project of brothers Tom and Ben Page, has been closely tied to a very specific type of London sound ever since their debut as a duo on Kieren Hebden's Text Records. Since then, they've also released on London's Soul Jazz Records, and have offered a wonky, experimental yet richly musical sort of house music. They now land on the excellent Border Community with two new tracks, the first one being too far from both electronica and house to properly categorise it in either one. The point is that the pair's music is deep and explorative, blurring the lines between electronic genres one bit at a time. Certainly recommended and a real marker for their mooted new LP for Border Community
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Played by: The Expansions
The Holden Edits
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Cat: 33 BCE. Rel: 26 Sep 11
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Echoes & The Light (Holden 12" edit)
  2. Holy Beast (Holden Woolly Beast edit)
Review: There have been whispers and murmurs of a new album from Kate Wax surfacing on the ever excellent Border Community for a while now, so the recent announcement of Dust Collision has been greeted with applause, not least here at Juno HQ! Set for release in November, the Swiss artist's fifth album is preceded by this twelve inch, which sees album mixer and BC overseer James Holden re-edit two LP tracks in typically epic, expansive fashion. It's a canny way to promote a new album by Border Community, with both Holden revisions the sort of slow burning and heavily melodic techno jams that fit perfectly amidst his own DJ sets.
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