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Side Street
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Cat: ROYAL 033. Rel: 20 Jun 16
Deep House
  1. Side Street
  2. Jaywick
Review: Predictably, Clone is keeping tight-lipped about the identity of the "talented" Rotterdam producer behind the Fell's Point alias. This debut from the "side project" features two tracks that bump along impressively, drawing on vintage UK garage, U.S house and New Jersey garage influences. Both are sweaty, bold and bass-heavy, with flipside "Jaywick" cleverly combining headline-grabbing piano riffs, classic vocal snippets and a sub-heavy bassline with shuffling, '90s style drumbeats. Lead cut Side Street has a similar feel, though the beats bang harder, and its' a woozy synth line and loved-up chords that grab the attention, rather than Italian style piano motifs.
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Planet FMDX Part 1
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Cat: ROYAL 034. Rel: 06 Jun 16
Deep House
  1. Planet FMDX (mix 909)
  2. Planet FMDX (mix 707)
  3. Visitors
  4. The Cube
Played by: Carlos Nilmmns
Review: Dutch Veteran Gerd's career stretches back an impressive 22 years. Planet F.D.M.X Pt 1 sees him return to Clone's retro-futurist Royal Oak offshoot for the first time in five years. Interestingly, opener "Planet F.D.M.X (909)" doffs a cap to early Warp "bleep and bass" releases, while also paying tribute to the spacey techno sounds of Detroit. There's a slightly more Larry Heard feel to the accompanying "707" mix of the same track, with deliciously deep chords and bright stabs accompanying a "Can You Feel It" style groove. On the flip, he's in full on space mode on the wonderfully attractive and rubbery "Visitors", while "The Cube" bounces along on a wave of vintage acid style refrains, jackin' beats and dreamy, drawn-out chords.
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Valentine's Groove
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Cat: ROYAL 032. Rel: 23 May 16
Played by: S-File
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Letit (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ROYAL 030. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. Letit (5:30)
  2. I Don't Really Wanna Lose U (7:19)
  3. Krugovert (4:52)
  4. Wrong Silence (5:49)
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NOYFB (12")
Cat: ROYAL 031. Rel: 30 May 16
Deep House
  1. NOYFB
  2. NOYFB (Straight 2 Tape edit)
  3. Pareidolia
  4. Carmen
Review: Having previously impressed with a trickle of fine EPs for L.I.E.S and Exotic Dance Records, man of mystery Person of Interest pops up on the ever-reliable Clone Royal Oak. Lead cut "NOYFB" is an intriguing proposition, fusing as it does the rhythmic swing of UK garage, the spacey futurism of classic Detroit techno, and the loved-up ethos of early US deep house. The latter two influences shine through on the alternative "Straight To Tape" version, while "Pareidolia" mixes jaunty analogue electronics with the low-end throb more readily associated with British-made house and techno. A fine EP comes to a close with "Carmen", a particularly woozy, cymbal-heavy late night excursion.
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Modulo RZ EP
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Modulo RZ EP (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: ROYAL 017. Rel: 03 Jun 13
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Modulo RZ
  2. The Octave Lord Of Ring Mode
  3. Super Accompaniment
Review: The Modular RZ EP is an excellent rough edged material from Naples pair Rio Padice and Massimo De Lena, founders of the Early Sound Recordings label and well acclimatised to working together as part of The Early Sounds Collective with fellow Neapolitan Leskin. The three tracks here are a perfect fit for Clone's irregular Royal Oak series, nudging themselves nicely in the fuzzy grey zone between house and techno and focusing on a tooly approach that keeps the beats straight whilst they work through a raft of bleep laden, analogue movements. The title track has immediate qualities that will appeal to many, but the rugged charms of "The Octave Lord Of Ring Mode" really stand out for us, with dirt encrusted bassline and semi malfunctioning fx lending the production just the right dash of wrongness.
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Morning Worship
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Cat: ROYAL 027. Rel: 09 Mar 15
Deep House
  1. Cascaval Breeze (6:17)
  2. Ghetto Prophet (8:07)
  3. Vigilante (6:04)
  4. Streets Of Love Blaze (7:13)
Review: Maybe it's something to do with Sabre's Portuguese background, but whatever the explanation, this latest release is full of breathy, sun-kissed melodies and ramshackle grooves. It starts with "Cascavel Breeze", where woozy, psychedelic chords unravel over broken down drums and a beat-down rhythm. "Vigilante" is based on the same template, but on this occasion it sees Sabre conjure up jazzy keys and loose drums, against which there is some nonsensical but hugely enjoyable vocal wittering. "Ghetto Prophet" is the main dance floor track and features a searing bass fused with dreamy melodies, but the standout track is "Streets Of Love - Blaze". It sees Sabre lay down a hypnotic deep techno pulse to which he adds freeform synth lines and cosmic pan pipes.
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Remixes (12")
Cat: ROYAL 271. Rel: 11 Apr 16
Deep House
  1. Vigilante (GB remix) (4:58)
  2. Ghetto Prophet (MDM remix) (7:53)
  3. Cascavel Breeze (Duplex remix) (6:18)
  4. Ghetto Prophet (Aerea remix) (8:03)
Review: A little over a year ago, Sabre brought their brand of jaunty electronic melodies and loose machine grooves to Clone Royal Oak for the first time. Here, three tracks from that EP get the remix treatment. Gifted and Blessed steps up first, serving up a pleasingly loved-up version of "Vigilante" full of rubbery synth bass, snappy snares and dreamy, stretched-out chords. MdM handles "Ghetto Prophet", making much of the Portuguese duo's swooping strings and moody chords, before veteran Dutch twosome Clone turn in a tactile techno re-make of "Cascavel Breeze". Finally, Aera delivers a jumpy, ultra-positive version of "Ghetto Prophet" that sits somewhere between classic Detroit techno and vintage US deep house.
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Correlation EP
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Cat: ROYAL 019. Rel: 23 Sep 13
  1. First Glance
  2. Familiar Terrain
  3. Butterflies Of Malaysia
  4. Chemoreceptor
  5. Petrichor
Review: Space Dimension Controller returns to Clone's Royal Oak series in style with the first of five Correlation releases! It was back in 2010 that the then-emerging Space Dimension Controller first landed on Clone's Royal Oak imprint with Journey To The Core Of The Unknown Sphere; since that landmark release the Belfast born producer's career has taken off with successive EPs on R&S which ultimately led to this year's concept-heavy debut album Welcome To Mikrosector-50. Correlation#1 retains the intergalactic motifs that have become a Space Dimension Controller trademark, however the five tracks here find Hamill focusing on a straighter dancefloor approach akin to his earliest releases. His one concession to conceptual themes manifests itself visually with Hamill producing a series of prints relating to the mood and colour of each track. One print has been randomly inserted into each of the records included in this first pressing.
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Correlation #2
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Cat: ROYAL 022. Rel: 16 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Angel Grove
  2. Monodynamic
  3. Down In Sector H
Review: Last year's first Correlation EP was something of a return to form for Space Dimension Controller. While his debut album Return To Mikrosektor-50 was arguably a little too eccentric, Correlation #1 saw Jack Hamill return to what he does best: namely making inspired, spaced-out house and techno tracks blessed with those trademark, ambient-inspired synth melodies. Happily, there's more of the same here. There's an attractiveness to the alien bleeps and delay-laden groove underpinning the brilliant "Angel Groove", while "Monodynamic" is gloriously wide-eyed - all surging melodies, cosmic effects and unfussy analogue grooves. Closer "Down in Sector H" is good, too, in that oh-so-blissful way that marks out Hamill's best productions.
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Correlation #3
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Cat: ROYAL 029. Rel: 26 Oct 15
Deep House
  1. Galatic Insurgents (10:04)
  2. Scatter Scanners (6:14)
  3. The Trails You Left Behind (5:10)
  4. The Nova Report (5:38)
Review: The Space Dimension Controller has landed for another round of Correlation explorations on Clone Royal Oak. Take us to your leader? Nah. Just play us some of your newly discovered space oddities, we say! There's some real deepness to be found in other parts of the universe, as the high tech soul of "Galactic Insurgents" proves. As does "Scatter Scanners" which throws in some seriously funky e-bass and new jack swing influence. The further discoveries are astounding: On the B side "The Trails You Left Behind" is some seriously inter-dimensional electro funk that'd make Gerald Donald stand up and notice, while the haunting "Nova Project" is a dark cinematic cut reminiscent of John Carpenter.
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