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Invisible Switch
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Cat: DKMNTL 029. Rel: 21 Dec 15
Techno
  1. Invisible Switch (4:43)
  2. Organ To Dust (5:16)
  3. Reset (5:27)
  4. Tell Us Where (7:08)
  5. Amarna (6:54)
  6. Nabta Playa (6:24)
  7. 18 Arms (6:29)
  8. Beige Mantis (4:47)
  9. Blind Light (7:02)
Review: As the Dekmantel brand expands to incorporate the Selectors festival in Croatia, the Amsterdam collective still remain focused on delivering quality house and techno singles and albums. Another fine year for Dekmantel ends with the welcome arrival of Invisible Switch, a second album from US techno artist Joey Anderson. His is a unique and at times alien take on the artform, crafting percussive textures and oddly intoxicating synth lines that sound unmistakably like Joey Anderson and no others. This is very much the case with Invisible Switch, with tracks like "Reset" and "Tell Us Where" instantly gripping your attention and not letting go, whilst "Amarna" is the most bludgeoningly intense production yet from Anderson. The EOY list compilers will be kicking themselves they missed out on this one.
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Invisible Switch
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Cat: DKMNTL 029CD. Rel: 21 Dec 15
Techno
  1. Invisible Switch (2:00)
  2. Organ To Dust (2:00)
  3. Reset (2:00)
  4. Tell Us Where (2:00)
  5. Amarna (2:00)
  6. Nabta Playa (2:00)
  7. 18 Arms (2:00)
  8. Beige Mantis (2:00)
  9. Blind Light (2:00)
Review: Given the strength and frequency of his releases throughout 2013 and 2014, Joey Anderson has been surprisingly quiet this year. Clearly, he had his head down, working on this second full-length for regular home Dekmantel. Pleasingly, Invisible Switch shows the producer at the top of his game. Clearly influenced - in part, at least - by the spacey sounds of classic Detroit techno, it sees him treading the fine line between hypnotic, late night deep house, and undulating, deep space techno. Along the way, you'll find subtle nods to jazz, early British techno (see the weighty "Reset"), intelligent techno, trippy acid tracks (the early Orbital style fizz of "Amarna") and, on the throbbing "Nabta Playa", crunchy techno-funk.
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Surface
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Surface (12")
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Cat: DKMNTL 025. Rel: 18 May 15
Electro
  1. The Screen (6:53)
  2. Hit The Road (5:26)
  3. Trials Of Love (7:06)
  4. Slow Motion Disaster (6:23)
Review: We've already been treated to one bonafide classic Entro Senestre 12" this year in the shape of the WT Records released ES ("Rosegold" being the standout) and the producer really spoils us with another superb record in the shape of this Dekmantel debut. The producer, real name Jon Beall, is quite the talent. "The Screen" is Drexciyan-like frenetic electro with a trance, gothic-like glow, while "Hit The Road" is grubby and downright dirty; that's until those delayed chords hit. Chi-town influences, synths and emotional progressions fuel "Trails Of Love", while for some hardcore techno action check out "Slow Motion Disaster". Each track is as good as the next on this record, and yeah it's versatile, but we prefer the word: killer.
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Paradygm Shift Volume 1
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Cat: DKMNTL 031. Rel: 22 Feb 16
Techno
  1. Form
  2. Lockers
Played by: Ben Sims
Review: The recruitment of Robert Hood is a sign of Dekmantel's growing stature as a label. The Detroit legend has agreed to release a trio of EPs and an album under the Paradigm Shift banner, a project title designed to reflect the producer's desire to see great change within dance music. This first EP is classic Hood, with A-side "Form" - all effects-laden drums, looped-up textures, hissing cymbals and cacophonous kick-drums - sounding like no-one else. Flipside "Lockers" follows a similar script, though there's a little more house-influenced funk to the relentless beats, while Hood's use of starburst riffs and classic Motor City electronics adds a sense of far-sighted adventure.
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Clean Cut
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Clean Cut (CD)
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Cat: DKMNTL 021CD. Rel: 15 Dec 14
Deep House
  1. Clean-Cut
  2. Schmofield
  3. Whippersnapper
  4. Swamp Things
  5. Deadwood City
  6. Maharaja Mark
  7. Wheeze Please
  8. Anywhere
  9. Eventide
  10. SP Shakes
Review: Juju and Jordash are rather good at making albums. Their last full-length excursion, 2012's brilliant Techno Primitivism, was a gloriously maudlin and evocative affair, as influenced by drowsy ambient and experimental electronica as house and techno. While there are some similarly dark tracks lurking in the shadows of third album Clean Cut (see the creepy "Swamp Things"), for the most part it's a pleasingly dancefloor-centric concoction. That's not to say that they've packed it with jolly moments - the tipsy, melodious "Anywhere" and dub disco-meets-deep house wonk-out "SP Shakes" aside - but rather their leftfield blends of house and techno have a more club-friendly feel. The results are, for the most part, extremely good, with the rave-era revivalism of "Whippersnapper" (a kind of darkroom, Detroit-influenced take on T-Coy's "Carino") standing out.
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Down To The Roach EP
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Cat: DKMNTL 026. Rel: 15 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Down To The Roach (8:00)
  2. Bean Bag Motel (7:12)
  3. Lights At Night (7:04)
  4. Down To The Roach (dub) (5:26)
Review: Given their frequent habit of charging off in different musical directions, predicting the contents of a new Juju & Jordash record is getting increasingly difficult. Down To The Roach, their latest 12" for regular home Dekmantel, is typically wide-ranging, variously exploring bouncy fusions of techno futurism and whimsical deep house (the title track and its' accompanying dub), new age-influenced dream house (the bizarrely titled "Bean Bag Motel"), and spiraling, synthesizer-heavy house/electronic disco hybrids (the stargazing goodness of "Lights at Night"). It goes without saying that all four tracks are imaginative, immaculately produced, and hugely enjoyable. Excellent work all round.
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Selectors 001: Motor City Drum Ensemble
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Cat: DKMNTLSLCTRS 001. Rel: 15 Feb 16
Deep House
  1. DJ Slym Fas - "Luv Music"
  2. House Of Jazz - "Hold Your Head Up"
  3. 20 Below - "A Lil Tribute To The Moody Black Keys"
  4. Risque III - "Essence Of A Dream"
  5. Licky - "African Rock"
  6. Raphael Green - "Don't Mess With The Devil"
  7. Ahzz - "New York's Movin" (instrumental)
  8. Bill Deal - "Freak N Freeze"
Review: Dekmantel's new Selectors compilation series and festival was apparently designed to celebrate those DJs who not only know how to work a dancefloor, but also dig deep for inspiration. First to showcase his dusty-fingered credentials is Danilo 'MCDE' Plessow, who's used the opportunity to gather together some of his favourite, hard-to-find house, disco and jazz-funk cuts. There's naturally much to admire, from the breezy soulfulness of Dj Slym Fas's 1997 gem "Luv Music" and Risque III's early Chicago deep house killer "Essence Of A Dream", to the ludicrously expensive jazz-funk-meets-disco-boogie brilliance of Licky's 1979 obscurity "African Rock". It's a cliche to describe a compilation as containing "all killers" and "no fillers", but in this instance it's an accurate assessment.
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Selectors 001: Motor City Drum Ensemble
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Cat: DKMNTLSLCTRS 001CD. Rel: 15 Feb 16
Deep House
  1. DJ Slym Fas - "Luv Music"
  2. House Of Jazz - "Hold Your Head Up"
  3. 20 Below - "A Lil Tribute To The Moody Black Keys"
  4. Risque III - "Essence Of A Dream"
  5. Licky - "African Rock"
  6. Raphael Green - "Don't Mess With The Devil"
  7. Ahzz - "New York's Movin" (instrumental)
  8. Bill Deal - "Freak N Freeze"
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