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Eternal Love
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Cat: DIALLP 034. Rel: 30 Nov 15
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Track 1 (4:31)
  2. Downpour (2:27)
  3. What We Came To Be (2:39)
  4. You Ended Up Being All I Know (3:45)
  5. Like Thoughts Or Moments We'll Fall (3:06)
  6. Fade (3:28)
  7. Interlude I (1:08)
  8. End (3:07)
  9. Daze (3:25)
  10. Still With You (4:39)
  11. Fade Town, You're My Existence (4:06)
  12. Interlude II (1:39)
  13. Interlude III (1:47)
  14. Time (3:18)
  15. Track 15 (2:57)
Review: Following DJ Richard's crucial LP Dial round out another fine year with a debut album from self-styled "open collective" Dawn Mok, whose debut came with a fine contribution to the 15th anniversary compilation. Featuring creative input from an international cast of musicians encompassing the US, Asian, and European heritage, Dawn Mok are a curious addition to the Dial cause. Spearheaded by collective founder Felix Mura and vocalist Bundi, Eternal Love shares more with r&b than house or techno, but the best part is that we hadn't heard this type of music ever come out of this label. There are plenty of more abstract moments too, of course, and the tracks that are more on the pop side of things are still drenched in a thick layer or ambient gloom. It's minimal r&b, Dial style.
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Grind
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Grind (CD)
Cat: DIAL 033CD. Rel: 07 Sep 15
Techno
  1. No Balance
  2. Nighthawk
  3. Waiting For The Green Flash
  4. Savage Coast
  5. Screes Of Gray Craig
  6. Bane
  7. I-Mir
  8. Ejected
  9. Vampire Dub
Review: German label Dial was probably not the most obvious choice for DJ Richard to release his debut album on, but it turns out that Grind is a perfect fit. Tracks like "No Balance" and "Waiting for the Green Flash" are eerie, atmospheric compositions and capture the often times sangfroid sound (and design) of the Hamburg imprint. Elsewhere, there are nods to the classic deep house and techno, especially on the winding, stop-start bleep groove of "Savage Coast" and the fragile, sublime melodies of closing track "Vampire (dub)". However, if there is one track that really consolidates the Dial-DJ Richard relationship, it's the staccato beats and sonorous bass of "I-Mir", an arrangement that perfectly captures the label's wintry escape from the daily grind.
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Grind
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Grind (2xLP)
Cat: DIAL 033LP. Rel: 07 Sep 15
Techno
  1. No Balance (4:14)
  2. Nighthawk (5:43)
  3. Waiting For The Green Flesh (2:52)
  4. Savage Coast (5:58)
  5. Screes Of Gray Craig (6:59)
  6. Bane (6:31)
  7. I-Mir (7:04)
  8. Ejected (4:17)
  9. Vampire Dub (8:00)
Review: Rhode Island young gun turned Berlin success story DJ Richard has come a long way. After the success of his White Material label (known for its dusty and dirty house workouts) he's snapped up by Hamburg institution Dial for a full length album, and it does not at all disappoint. Grind is an inspired journey through Richard's many musical dimensions, showing off some sides to his sound not heard previously. After the black metal inspired intro of "No Balance" he gives us the smooth and majestic deep house of "Nighthawk" and "Savage Coast" that are more typical of the Dial sound but there's also the dark atmosphere of "I-Mir" and the brilliant "Vampire Dub".
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Decay
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Decay (CD)
Cat: DIALCD 030. Rel: 31 Mar 14
Techno
  1. Some Kind Of Up & Down Yes
  2. Drop Frame
  3. Transducer
  4. Solaris
  5. Decay
  6. Subatomic
  7. Track 93
  8. The Meadow
  9. Parallaxis
  10. Ohara
Review: Dial regular Efdemin returns with a third album of a respected career, with the autumnal theme of Decay inspired by the German producer's three-month artist residency in Kyoto, Japan. Sollmann immersed himself in the local culture while in Kyoto, attending ceremonies with monks at temples and visiting local instrument makers. This results in a ten track set that canvasses the sort of poignant, introverted house music that's characterised much of Phillip Sollmann's work as Efdemin to date. There are however a few stylistic surprises along the way - the stripped back, jacking "Transducer" or the fusion of jazzy licks and noisy bursts of percussion that makes up the title track - but overall you'd be hard pushed to think of a better label to house Decay than Dial.
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You Are My Mate
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You Are My Mate (double 12")
Cat: DIAL 040. Rel: 21 Apr 08
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Jost & Klemann - "CC01 (Detroit)"
  2. Sten - "Fortune"
  3. RNDM - "Wakefield"
  4. Pigon - "Helios"
  5. Pantha Du Prince - "Tau"
  6. Phantomghost - "You Are My Mate"
Played by: Denny Trajkov
2010 (II/III)
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Cat: DIAL 051. Rel: 03 May 10
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Carsten Jost - "Days Gone By"
  2. Kassian Troyer - "Tourist"
  3. RNDM - "No Beginning"
All Part 2
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All Part 2 (12")
Cat: DIAL 071. Rel: 20 Jul 15
Deep House
  1. Carsten Jost - "My Confession" (7:02)
  2. RNDM - "Summer Smile" (6:35)
  3. Physical Therapy - "Market Crash" (5:42)
  4. John Roberts - "Paloma" (3:54)
  5. James K - "S Lush" (3:31)
Played by: Ben Sims, Ryan Crosson
Review: Dial's All compilation, a CD which surfaced this spring, featured fifteen tracks from vintage label goers such as Lawrence, Pawel and John Roberts, but also newer names like White Material's DJ Richard, James K and Queens. The vinyl version has been naturally split into different releases, and we're on number 2 now, a second slab of wax that features five of the compilation's originals. First up is label boss Carsten Jost with the deep, luscious and dreamy house beats of "My Confession", followed by RNDM's "Summer Smile", an intricate little banger for the warm up hours. The flipside sees Physical Therapy's jungle-filtered "Market Crash" take the spotlight - our favourite of the lot - the starry, cinematic chimes of "Paloma" by John Roberts, and the deep, stuttering delays of "S Lush" by James K. Wonderful.
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Films & Windows
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Films & Windows (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: DIALLP 029. Rel: 16 Sep 13
Deep House
  1. The Opening Scene
  2. Marlen
  3. In Patagonia
  4. Angels At Night
  5. Lucifer
  6. Films & Windows
  7. Har Sinai
  8. Teenage Barb
Review: Having flirted with Mule across his last two album length excursions, Lawrence returns to the Dial label he founded with Carsten Jost for Films & Windows, the Hamburg producer's sixth studio album. Given how much finely sculpted deep house terrain Peter M. Kersten has covered on his previous five album it's not surprising to hear that Films & Windows is driven by a central concept. Ten tracks deep, Kersten's production was apparently motivated and "inspired by an endless number of screened movies and real-life films". It's open to interpretation how much this actually manifests itself in the end results, though Lawrence fans will delight in the rich melodic warmth apparent in tracks such as "In Patagonia" whilst "Lucifer" is a certified jam.
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Films & Windows Remixed
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Cat: DIAL 65. Rel: 02 Dec 13
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Angels At Night (XDB remix)
  2. Angels At Night (Steven Tang remix)
  3. Marlen (Carsten Jost & DJ Richard remix)
Wave
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Wave (CD)
Cat: DIALCD 36 . Rel: 30 May 16
Post Rock/Experimental
  1. Little Dume
  2. Taipei
  3. 96 Frames Per Second
  4. Corralito
  5. Wave
  6. Jet Stream
  7. All The King's Horses
  8. Playback Room
  9. The Game
  10. Pacific Street
Review: An artist who isn't afraid to strip his compositions back to their bare essentials, the German-based Christian Naujoks here deals out an album of no little spare beauty, allowing fragile guitar and piano curlicues to exist in their own space and his songs to achieve a starker resonance whilst open to the elements. Whilst he has previously made his name with material that could be described as modern chamber music, 'Wave' bears most comparison to the minimal vulnerability and twilight beauty of Vini Reilly's Durutti Column, deserving kudos for the bravery of its approach as well as the skill and craft that's gone into its creation.
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Wave
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Wave (LP)
Cat: DIALLP 036. Rel: 30 May 16
Post Rock/Experimental
  1. Little Dume (4:34)
  2. Taipei (4:29)
  3. 96 Frames Per Second (2:31)
  4. Corralito (1:58)
  5. Wave (5:03)
  6. Jet Stream (3:31)
  7. All The King's Horses (3:09)
  8. Playback Room (3:48)
  9. The Game (3:17)
  10. Pacific Street (3:04)
Review: An artist who isn't afraid to strip his compositions back to their bare essentials, the German-based Christian Naujoks here deals out an album of no little spare beauty, allowing fragile guitar and piano curlicues to exist in their own space and his songs to achieve a starker resonance whilst open to the elements. Whilst he has previously made his name with material that could be described as modern chamber music, 'Wave' bears most comparison to the minimal vulnerability and twilight beauty of Vini Reilly's Durutti Column, deserving kudos for the bravery of its approach as well as the skill and craft that's gone into its creation.
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All Part 1
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  1. Stefan Tcherepnin - "I Want To Be Art" (4:05)
  2. Dj Richard - "Zero" (8:55)
  3. Christian Naujoks - "For A While" (3:58)
  4. Pantha Du Prince - "Timeout On The Rocks" (5:58)
  5. Queens - "Earth Angel" (3:50)
Review: Carsten Jost, Lawrence and Bianca Heuser's Dial Records imprint recently celebrated 15 years in business with the CD-only All compilation of previously unreleased fare. Here, some of those tracks come to vinyl for the first time. Stefan Tcherepnin kicks things off with the delicate, Japanese-influenced downtempo pop of "I Want To Be Art", before DJ Richard reaches for the Detroit techno cymbals and jazzy chords of the wonderfully wonky "Zero". Flip for the atmospheric, beatless electronics of Christian Naujoks, the deep techno lusciousness of Pantha Du Prince's "Timeout On The Rocks", and the shimmering, spacey ambience of Queens' impeccable "Earth Angel".
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2010 (III/III)
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Cat: DIAL 052. Rel: 24 May 10
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Pigon - "Koto"
  2. John Roberts - "Lines"
  3. Christian Naujoks - "New Heaven & Earth"
  4. Pantha Du Prince - "Fountain Drive"
Ausio EP
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Ausio EP (12")
Cat: DIAL 066. Rel: 12 May 14
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Ausio
  2. Indigo
  3. Faces
Review: New York producer John Roberts sophomore set, 2013's concept set Fences, was something of an off-kilter triumph. There's more atmospheric, gently undulating, experimentally-minded fare to be found on this new EP for Roberts' long-time home Dial Records. "Ausio", a gently unwinding foray into quietly melodic but formidably fuzzy techno territory, is particularly revelatory, feeling ear-pleasing and attractive despite its' analogue rhythms and clear dancefloor focus. The skittering but fluid "Indigo" - IDM meets 808 electro meets leftfield Balearica - is almost as good, while "Faces" is unashamedly picturesque and wholeheartedly sweet. In other words, it's another excellent EP from the classically trained producer.
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