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Tom Tam Club Part 2
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Cat: HTV 002. Rel: 08 Jul 13
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Dudley Strangeways - "Left Foot Trippin"
  2. Nicson - "You Me & All The Rest"
  3. Le Vinyl & Javi Bora - "Classic Vibes"
  4. Keita Sano - "Knock Flat"
Trial & Terror EP
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Cat: HT 010. Rel: 18 Aug 14
Deep House
  1. Studer
  2. Pagan
  3. The End Of An Ear
  4. Peace & Reflection
Review: Berlin based cohorts Ekkohaus and Rufus (also part of Tru West and Nightdrivers) consummate their friendship with this four-track mission statement that deals in gutsy house music with a range of moods to suit every corner of the night. "Studer" is a cheeky cut with jazzy key flurries and a fulsome bassline squelch, while "Pagan" takes a tougher route into heavy delay feedback and pure rhythmic intensity. "The End Of An Ear" is a playful beast that takes off-key melodies and oddball noises and works them into a moody, heavy grooving context, while "Peace & Reflection" pushes the swing past the brink for a leftfield house jam that sounds liable to fall apart at any minute, in a good way of course.
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Monoklo 2
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Monoklo 2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MNK 002. Rel: 01 Feb 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Wax (5:28)
  2. Drumcatch (Tomoki Tamura remix) (7:04)
  3. Poetry (5:12)
  4. Drumcatch (5:53)
Review: After the success of the first release by Ivan Iacobucci, Holic Trax sublabel Monoklo now enlists Berlin-based Martin Lewis for three hot tracks featuring a remix from label boss man and Japanese don Tomoki Tamura. No nonsense opener 'The Wax' is a supple, rubbery roller with sparse stabs accompanying the infectious groove. "Poetry" then sinks down into a more warming and human groove, with smeared synths bringing colour and heat to a loose house groove, before Lewis shows his skills at choppy techno with "Drumcatch". Tomoki Tamura also remixes this latter track, stripping it right back to a suggestive, infectious final groove with feather light percussion, skewed chords and involving sub bass that laps at the heels of the track.
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Jumon EP (5iVE YEARS HOLIC TRAX Edition 1)
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Jumon EP (5iVE YEARS HOLIC TRAX Edition 1) (180 gram transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: HT 023. Rel: 03 Jul 17
Deep House
  1. Soba Shioyaki
  2. Komorebi
Review: Tomoki Tamura's label Holic Trax has long been a renowned place for canny clued up house and techno. It's latest continues in this regard, as Tamura again calls on a series of renowned friends to bring the heat. With names such as Mr.G, Satoshi Tommie and Tuccillo all appearing here alongside Tamura himself, so it's no surprise that this 3 x vinyl record, celebrating 5 years is filled with drama and high points throughout.


This "Edition 1 of 5iVE YEARS HOLIC TRAX" is immediately obvious from the title that Mr.G's "Jumon EP". Pays homage to the label's Japanese heritage,
A1 "Soba Shioyaki" is a dark and dexterous workout that marks another high point in a career filled with big records. Deep but tough, it's a perfect example of why the tech house master is so revered in underground circles. B1 "Komorebi" puts a tougher emphasis on the drums, as well as a weaving, subtle baseline that adds a further dynamic to his work here.


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Quando Party Dove Vai? EP
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Quando Party Dove Vai? EP (140 gram grey marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: HT 014. Rel: 23 Feb 15
Deep House
  1. Resta Pure Dove Sei (feat Modus)
  2. La Ronde Suite (But Not For Me)
  3. Fast Cars
Review: This february Nightdrivers deliver three first-rate cuts on Holic Trax for the 'Quando Party Dove Vai ?' EP. Following on from Burnski's 'The Hours' EP which saw love from names like Mr G, Catz 'N' Dogz, Detroit Swindle and Eats Everything, Holic Trax returns this February with Nightdrivers' 'Quando Party Dove Vai ?'. Since delivering their debut release on Bosconi Records back in 2013 the Berlin-based duo Nightdrivers have been going from strength to strength stacking up further releases on Claap, their own Nightdrivers label and now Holic Trax. To get things underway the light pads of 'Resta Pure Dove Sei' give the opening track a floaty quality while the weighty percussion and subtle rhythms build proceedings into a steady and infectious groove. Nightdrivers appear to go up a gear as the EP progresses with the rippling drums and dynamic arrangements of 'La Ronde Suite (But Not For Me)' while 'Fast Cars' maintains the lively vibe of its predecessor and frenetically bubbles along over busy modulations, wacky intonations and infectious licks to dish up a suitably punchy close to this bouncy EP.
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A Funny Thang EP
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A Funny Thang EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HT 022. Rel: 03 Apr 17
Deep House
  1. A Funny Thang (6:49)
  2. Stressedout (6:46)
  3. Rising (vinyl only) (7:07)
  4. Funny Dub Ya Know (6:15)
Review: Italian duo Rufus and Mass_prod are back once again as Nightdrivers, shoring up to Holic Trax with more of their infectious club-ready material. Beyond the functionality of their drums, where the Nightdrivers excel is in their choice of samples and textures to add a psychoactive twist to their craft. "A Funny Thang" is a delightfully unhinged workout, while "Stressedout" does a fine job of digging into a heads down, RnB inflected groove. "Rising" switches things up with a broken beat groove that loads up sunkissed soul samples to great effect, and then the record rounds out with a dub mix of "A Funny Thang".
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Sage EP
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Sage EP (limited coloured 140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HT 012. Rel: 27 Oct 14
Deep House
  1. Sage
  2. One More (Tomoki Tamura Tool edit)
  3. We Would Dance
  4. Essence (Tomoki Tamura & Sierra Sam 2014 remix)
Review: Coming on 500 limited edition coloured vinyl is this new EP from Sierra Sam on Tomoki Tamura's Holic Trax.
Analogue machine loving Sierra Sam is probably best know as a techno specialist but this EP - made up of original tracks that were first produced 15 years ago - showcases his house music
side and does so in some style. One new edit comes from Sierra Sam in cahoots with Tamura, and the label head also turns out a great DJ tool edit to complete the package.
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Flowers From Your Grave EP
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Flowers From Your Grave EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HT 016. Rel: 15 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Flowers From Your Grave (T2 Edit)
  2. Let's Stay Together
  3. Night Walking
  4. Exit
Review: Holic Trax has established itself as a respected, no nonsense outlet for quality house and
techno and that carries on here with a new EP from Keita Sano that comes on a limited
edition run of coloured vinyl.
Keita Sano is based in Okayama, Japan and has previously released on labels such as
NYC's Mister Saturday Night and Hugo Capablanca's Discos Capablanca. Here he presents
his latest single for the ever excellent Holic Trax in raw and excellent fashion.
Up first, 'Flowers From Your Grave' is a gritty number with tough drums, Detroit inspired pads
and plenty of physicality in the groove. Crisp and dynamic, it's a robust house cut, for sure.
'Let's Stay Together'
is a more party sounding offering with atmospheric ambience in the
back ground as streaming Rhodes chords and organic percussion set a Moodymann style
vibe front and centre.
Then comes 'Night Walking', which flips the script again, this time sinking down into a warm,
propulsive deep house vibe with bold but soft edged chords, driving drums and engaging
hand claps. Lastly, vinyl only cut 'Exit'
is a prickly, raw and frazzled acid number with phased
basslines, panning 303 squelches and plenty of wallop in its bones.
This is a fine EP that is sure to make a big impact on the dance floor.
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5ive Years (5iVE YEARS HOLIC TRAX Edition 3)
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5ive Years (5iVE YEARS HOLIC TRAX Edition 3) (180 gram transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: HT 025. Rel: 17 Jul 17
Deep House
  1. 5ive Years
  2. Polyphony Six
  3. U’s Floppy Disk
  4. High Chee's
Review: Tomoki Tamura's Holic Trax label has long been renowned as a canny exporter of clued in house and techno. Their latest continues in this regard, as Tamura again calls on a series of renowned label friends to bring the heat. With names such as Mr.G, Satoshi Tommie and Tuccillo all appearing it here alongside Tamura himself, it's no surprise that this 3 x vinyl record, celebrating 5 years of the label, is filled with drama and high points throughout.
This is immediately obvious from Mr.G's "Soba Shioyaki". Titled in homage to the label's Japanese heritage, it's a dark and dexterous workout that marks another high point in a career filled with big records. Deep but tough, it's a perfect of why the tech house master is so revered in underground circles. G's "Komorebi" puts a tough emphasis on the drums, as well as a weaving, subtle baseline that adds a further dynamic to his work here.
HT24 comes from Satoshi Tommiie & Tuccillo, two producers whose sounds are perfectly suited to Holic's output. Their four-track contribution starts with "Do It", a spiky catchy number that's exciting from the off. "What Row" sees the boys inject some added funk into the equation, before "To Ray" ups the intensity with a raw, pulverising aesthetic that takes no prisoners. Wrapping up their side of the bargain is the digital only "You Know", a real bumper of a track with Chicago-inspired synth stabs that help bring it to higher planes.
It's the left to Tamura himself to close the offering via HT25. A1, the appropriately named "5ive Years' is a techno workout of the type that's notable for its off-kilter motifs and a stubborn, industrial feel. Unforgiving and full of atmosphere, it's the sign of a producer who clearly knows his way around he mixing deck. "Polyphonic Six" displays the producer's more introspective sound thanks to a melancholic perspective that's hard not to embrace. All things told, this is a wonderfully diverse package from Tamura & co. Here's to the next 5!



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Three Thousand Stars EP
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Three Thousand Stars EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HT 020. Rel: 12 Sep 16
Deep House
  1. Three Thousand Stars
  2. Three Thousand Dub
  3. Keypella 4 U
  4. Room 202
  5. Ny Bassworks (vinyl only)
Review: To mark the 20th release on essential house label Holic Trax, boss man Tomoki Tamura steps up wth his first solo outing on the imprint. Coming on vinyl and digital, one of the cuts is a sample for you to use on your own tracks that you can then fire back to the label.

Founded in 2012, this go-to label is run by London based Japanese DJ and producer Tomoki, who has A&Red some rock solid, no nonsense house music from artists like Mr G, Rick Wade, Tuccillo, Keita Sano and many other key talents. Now he impresses with four of his own firing cuts which will hopefully be the first of many.

The title track gets things underway with big flabby bass underpinning trippy synth details and loopy drums. It is a straight up house jam that is deep and driving, sprinkled with twinkling melody and will make a big impact in any set. An even more stripped back and direct dub version is included for those who like it deep and playful. The absorbing 'Keypella 4 U' is a spooky thirty-second synth sample that is fluid and cosmic, and can be used in your own music in anyway you like.
The creepy 'Room 202' is an atmospheric number with sci-fi sounds and deep space synths all unfolding over a machine drum line and forceful kicks. It is back room dancing dynamite that will make anyone sweat. Last but not least, standout vinyl only treat 'NY Bassworks' is a skipping, percussive house number with wonky sine waves and crisp hits all jacking you into a groove.

This is another faultless releases on Holic Trax that will win the boss and his label many new fans as a result.
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Tom Tam Club Vol 3
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Tom Tam Club Vol 3 (180 gram vinyl 2 x 12")
Cat: HTV 004. Rel: 05 Oct 15
Deep House
  1. Rough Principles - "Pool Back" (6:25)
  2. Mr. Statik - "Habitual Nastiness" (6:18)
  3. Marco Faraone - "Point" (6:13)
  4. Ashworth - "Copenhagen" (6:29)
  5. Brunbjrn - "M'about Ta" (5:59)
  6. Dubinsky - "Viol Groove" (5:34)
  7. Dudley Strangeways - "Brown Leaves" (7:29)
  8. Baslow - "Closer" (5:18)
Review: Tomoki Tamura's essential and refreshing label, Holic Trax collects together new house heat for a third volume of it irregular Tom Tam Club series. Across both a digital and 2 x 12" vinyl release the compilation offers plenty of club-ready highlights.
Having released music from producers around the world including Rick Wade, Burnski, Tuccillo and many more, the label has become a favourite with DJs and dancers alike. Now it turns to a mix of new and more established names for a collection of eight new cuts that offer something for everyone.
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To Ray EP (5iVE YEARS HOLIC TRAX Edition 2)
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To Ray EP (5iVE YEARS HOLIC TRAX Edition 2) (180 gram transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: HT 024. Rel: 10 Jul 17
Deep House
  1. Do It
  2. What Row (vinyl Only)
  3. To Ray
Review: Tomoki Tamura's Holic Trax label has long been renowned as a canny exporter of clued in house and techno. Their latest continues in this regard, as Tamura again calls on a series of renowned label friends to bring the heat. With names such as Mr.G, Satoshi Tommie and Tuccillo all appearing it here alongside Tamura himself, it's no surprise that this 3 x vinyl record, celebrating 5 years of the label, is filled with drama and high points throughout.
This is immediately obvious from Mr.G's "Soba Shioyaki". Titled in homage to the label's Japanese heritage, it's a dark and dexterous workout that marks another high point in a career filled with big records. Deep but tough, it's a perfect of why the tech house master is so revered in underground circles. G's "Komorebi" puts a tough emphasis on the drums, as well as a weaving, subtle baseline that adds a further dynamic to his work here.
HT24 comes from Satoshi Tommiie & Tuccillo, two producers whose sounds are perfectly suited to Holic's output. Their four-track contribution starts with "Do It", a spiky catchy number that's exciting from the off. "What Row" sees the boys inject some added funk into the equation, before "To Ray" ups the intensity with a raw, pulverising aesthetic that takes no prisoners. Wrapping up their side of the bargain is the digital only "You Know", a real bumper of a track with Chicago-inspired synth stabs that help bring it to higher planes.
It's the left to Tamura himself to close the offering via HT25. A1, the appropriately named "5ive Years' is a techno workout of the type that's notable for its off-kilter motifs and a stubborn, industrial feel. Unforgiving and full of atmosphere, it's the sign of a producer who clearly knows his way around he mixing deck. "Polyphonic Six" displays the producer's more introspective sound thanks to a melancholic perspective that's hard not to embrace. All things told, this is a wonderfully diverse package from Tamura & co. Here's to the next 5!
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Los Amigos EP
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Los Amigos EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HT 021. Rel: 12 Dec 16
Deep House
  1. G-Capsule (6:27)
  2. Pierrot (6:30)
  3. Playhead (6:21)
  4. Los Amigos (vinyl only) (6:30)
Review: Tomoki Tamura's Holic Trax label has been nurturing Tuccillo among its many regular artists over the years, and now the Italian wonderkid returns with another distinctive run of jams from the wild side of deep house. There's a psychedelic quality to the rich textures that vibrate throughout "G-Capsule", while "Pierrot" keeps things lean and limber with some minimal percussion and a cheeky bassline that will work wonders in the mix. "Playhead" takes old skool New York house into a modernist mindset, and then "Los Amigos" finishes off in a more sensual celebration of unconventional house music.
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Monoklo 3
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Monoklo 3 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MNK 003. Rel: 17 Apr 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Metaluna (9:08)
  2. Ork (6:48)
  3. Dhrawn (9:15)
  4. Nihil (6:10)
Review: Otherwise known as Howl Ensemble, the duo behind Verrina & Ventura have been turning out the goods on labels such as All Inn and Nervmusic for over five years, and their particular approach to minimal techno gets more fascinating with time. On this transmission for the Holic Trax Monoklo series, things get freaky quickly with the jagged edges of "Metaluna", while a tough but utterly groovy beat powers "Ork". "Dhrawn" and "Nihil" on the B-side sport some more familiar minimal house tropes, but they're still delivered with panache and sound all the fresher for the distinctive qualities of the tracks lurking on the A-side.
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