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Drift
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Drift (12")
Cat: KW 18. Rel: 18 Apr 16
Techno
  1. Drift (7:11)
  2. Magnetic (5:55)
  3. Mirage (5:25)
Review: Ben Klock's Klockworks label isn't about releasing EP after EP, or necessarily dropping the biggest name out there at a particular moment in time. Instead, the Berlin Osgut Ton and Berghain veteran eats and chooses exactly the right sort of artist and music for his label, finding the right blend to fit into the sound that makes the imprint what it is. Jay Clarke doesn't have a huge amount of prior experience, but "Drift" is a Klock tune all over, where a steady 4/4 beat is tightly interlocked into a hypnotic and sleek groove of ever-evolving melodies. The same goes for "Magnetic", a thinner track that relies on its jarring sonics to drive the tune forwards, and the twisted cyclone of bleeps and percussion that is "Mirage".
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Klockworks 5
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Cat: KLOCKWORKS 005/59210. Rel: 31 Aug 09
Techno
  1. Searching
  2. Floating
  3. Running
Klockworks 13
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Cat: KLOCKWORKS 13. Rel: 21 Jul 14
Techno
  1. Black Russian
  2. Creepin
  3. Spying
Review: It would be fair to say that this latest EP from Minneapolis-raised Zak Khutoretsky features a trio of "tried and tested" cuts. Label boss Ben Klock has taken to closing his sets with lead track "Black Russian", a surprisingly light and airy chunk of loop-techno blessed with deliciously warm and evocative pianos. The other two tracks aren't quite as anthemic, but they're certainly floor-friendly; you'll struggle to find a more brutal and intense chunk of claustrophobic late night techno than "Spying" - all minor keys, restless shakers and booming sub - while "Creeping" is similarly dark and jackin', with distinct hints of early Belgian techno.
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Klockworks 1
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Cat: KLOCKWORKS 001/52721. Rel: 25 Dec 06
Techno
  1. Glandula Piti
  2. Glimmerman (Part One)
Review: Hard hitting, guaranteed floor burning techno.
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Klockworks 3
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Cat: KLOCKWORKS 003. Rel: 07 Apr 08
Techno
  1. Steady Plus
  2. Red Handed
Played by: Lanoiraude
Klockworks 6
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Cat: KLOCKWORKS 006/61808. Rel: 11 Oct 10
Techno
  1. Under Pressure
  2. Voyage One
  3. You
Review: Ben Klock revives his own Klockworks imprint with some pounding excursions into the genre we call techno. The fleeting organ melody of "Under Pressure" rests above a taught, tense drum loop, while "Voyage One" begins with the kind of thumping beat that characterises a Ben Klock DJ set, with a frenzied key structure giving the track a sense of unease and nervous anticipation, almost like Jeff Mills' Something In The Sky series with a Berghain beat. ""You" rounds off the 12" in a minimal, atmospheric undertone. Limited supply, get in quick.

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Axiom
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Axiom (12")
Cat: KLOCKWORKS 016. Rel: 30 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Axiom (6:12)
  2. Sakura (5:10)
  3. Lyrae (5:53)
  4. Luna (6:55)
Review: The young Ukrainian producer follows his debut on Ben Klock's label with this innovative, unusual techno record. "Axiom" is reminiscent somewhat of DVS1, with its meaty bass snaking its way through an insistent, minimal groove. By contrast, "Sakura" resounds to microscopic beats and hypnotic, tonal bleeps. It's just as subtle as "Axiom", but far more understated. This proves to be a temporary diversion however, and straight afterwards, he drops "Lyrae". Tight claps, insistent pulses and bristling percussion make for a functional but distinctive dance floor track. Last and possibly best of all is "Luna". Its melancholic bass and windswept, mysterious melodies make for a beautiful, unexpected end to this release.
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Astra
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Astra (12")
Cat: KLOCKWORKS 010. Rel: 19 Aug 13
Techno
  1. Astra
  2. Drama
  3. Aurora
  4. Prizma
Review: After some minor delays Klockworks celebrates its tenth release by introducing Ukrainian artist Etapp Kyle to the label. It's the young producer's first vinyl offering and it's likely he'll enjoy a similar spotlight of exposure to that of DVS1 did he debuted on Ben Klock's imprint. The title track "Astra" sees melodic arpeggios bleep over a solid four-four kick drum as a 909 drum machine is used percussively as much as it is atmospherically. Kyle keeps things tonal in "Drama" adding a subtle dubby edge, while "Aurora" sounds like a chime-filled take of Ben Klock's most defining tracks "Pulse" and "Subzero". Kyle caps his homage to Berghain's most famous DJ with more sweet blips and tough-loving drums that are surrounded by a crackling ambience in "Prizma".
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Savannah
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Savannah (12")
Cat: KLOCKWORKS 017. Rel: 01 Feb 16
Techno
  1. Savannah (3:39)
  2. Dry Me (acid mix) (8:28)
  3. Dry Me (8:27)
Review: Kanzleramt boss Heiko Laux has been releasing underground techno for over 20 years, during which time he has undoubtedly influenced DJs like Ben Klock. This debut on Klockworks is tacit recognition of Laux's influence, and it's also a reminder that he is a master in his field. "Savannah" is a deep, throbbing groove, with layered synths unfolding over a warm bass, while "Dry Me" sees Laux combine tranced out synths with a surging, big-room groove. The highlight though is "Dry Me (Acid Mix)", where the veteran artist combines heavy kicks and thunder claps with the kind of searing acid line that would make Woody McBride blush.
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Malmok
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Malmok (12")
Cat: KW 07. Rel: 07 Feb 11
Techno
  1. Malmok One
  2. Malmok Two
  3. Malmok Three
Review: Burning question of the week here at Juno: who, or what, is Rod? Here's how our file reads so far: He/she/they have just released a record on Ben Klock's Klockworks imprint. That's about it so far, but we're working on it. What we do know is the three tracks on the Malmok EP speak for themselves. The unsettling sonic architecture and tension building hi-hats on "Malmok One" are more indebted to the spooky exploratory techno of Jeff Mills' Something In The Sky project than the booming techno and punchy house Klock is known to admire. Flip over for the more sparse, almost quirky vibes of "Malmok Two" and "Malmok Three", which, although fascinating in their own right, are somewhat overshadowed by the groove built on the A Side.
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Anindica
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Anindica (12")
Cat: KLOCKWORKS 011. Rel: 25 Nov 13
Techno
  1. Anindica
  2. Hux
Review: Benny Rodrigues' (Alves Fortes Monteiro) Rod alias debuted on Klockworks in 2007 giving Ben Klock's label its seventh release. Following Etapp Kyle's debut on Klockworks earlier this year, Rod returns with the first creatively titled EP the label has released. Anindica (Klockworks 11) provides two productions, and the title track is in line with a zapping Detroit style of techno, and perhaps something you may hear played in a current Eddie 'Flashin'' Fowlkes DJ set, while the muscular, dub-tinged, European B-side of "Hux" is well a truly destined for some heavy Ben Klock rotation.
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Klockworks 15
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Cat: KW 15. Rel: 21 Sep 15
Techno
  1. Distance (6:02)
  2. Screw Democracy (6:25)
  3. Sat (6:04)
  4. Catch (5:18)
Review: Rotterdam techno hero ROD (better known as Benny Rodrigues) throws down an impressive release for Ben Klock's imprint, showing some restrained and cyclical, yet cleverly executed techno. First track "Distance" is proper cruise control much in the vein of label mate DVS1 on this minimalistic killer! Second track "Screw Democracy" repeats that very phrase persistently over another minimal arrangement, but it's superbly efficient. "Sat" sounds more like the ROD we know on this full frontal, peak time cut that will annihilate dancefloors crowd with its onslaught of laser zaps. Finally "Catch" get's back to the more reductionist aesthetic where he proves that all you need are nice synth stabs, a decent kick and a shaker.
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