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LIES 074
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LIES 074 (12")
Cat: LIES 074. Rel: 19 Sep 16
Techno
  1. 100 Drone Radio Passive Scape
  2. Ne Decline A (121 Roland MC 303)
  3. O Tom Potom ST
Review: Last year, it was unofficially announced that Serbian musical misfit Nenad Markovic (AKA the snappily-named 33.10.3402) had delivered an album to L.I.E.S. While we're still waiting for that set, this 12" marks the experimental techno and ambient producer's third EP for Ron Morelli's prolific imprint. He begins in predictably creepy, otherworldly fashion, effortlessly blending backwards percussion, snatched field recordings, heavy bass and ghostly electronics on epic A-side "100 Drone Radio Passive Scape". Things get a little more upbeat on B1 cut "No Decline A (121 Roland MC303), where manipulated, acid-style electronic lines rise and fall over a metronomic kick-drum. Meanwhile, Markovic's innate ability to turn experimental productions into atmospheric ambient classics is once again showcased on closing track "O Tom Protom ST".
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Graveyard Shift
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Cat: LIES 083. Rel: 04 Jul 16
Techno
  1. Slick Response (5:17)
  2. Smoked Out (4:44)
  3. Hang In There (4:45)
  4. Graveyard Shift (3:51)
Review: Having recently devoted more of his time to the breezy, melodious bliss of the D.K project, Dang Khoa-Chau once again dons the 45 ACP alias for a more downbeat E.P on L.I.E.S. It's arguably far more accessible than his previous work for the label under the now familiar moniker, but still pleasingly left-of-centre. There's much to admire throughout, from the poignant melodies, drifting keys and spaced-out drums of "Hang In There", and Marimba-laden deep space techno of "Smoked Out", to the clarinet-laden ambient textures of bittersweet closer "Graveyard Shift". While opener "Slick Response" - a bubbling, ear-pleasing chunk of metronomic techno - feels a little more positive, it's still largely melancholic in tone.
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Coherent Abstractions
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Cat: LIES 067CD. Rel: 30 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Virtuality Continuum'
  2. Arrival Into Uncharted Territory
  3. Neutralize & Eliminate
  4. Phenomenalist
  5. Conjectured State
  6. Nearing Obliteration
  7. Bound & Broken (feat Janina)
  8. My Theme Song
  9. Anxious Solitude
  10. Mystical Ascent
  11. MGM_41-85
Review: For their latest foray into the world of the ghostly, intense and unusual, L.I.E.S has turned to fellow New Yorker Adam Mitchell, a man whose career as a techno producer stretches back to the 1990s. Here, though, he's appearing under his lesser-known Admx-71 alias, a pseudonym used for his more experimental endeavours. Sitting somewhere between unsettling ambience, horror-influenced IDM, analogue electro, industrial and out-there experimentation, the album's 11 tracks bristle with bright ideas. While there are undeniably dark and hard-to-handle moments, Mitchell's default setting is more quietly melodious, resulting in a set that impresses with its' alien melodies, spacey electronics and fuzzy, distortion-soaked rhythms.
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LIES084
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LIES084 (12")
Cat: LIES 084. Rel: 11 Jul 16
Deep House
  1. It's A Habit (6:11)
  2. Haunting (6:35)
  3. F7 (9:52)
  4. JOJ (3:59)
  5. Parts 17 (2:46)
Review: Although now more famous for delivering a string of fine releases on Apron, Greg Beato started his career with a 12" on L.I.E.S back in 2013. It's perhaps fitting, then, that he's returned to the lauded New York stable to release his first 12" of 2016. Unlike some of the label's recent output, there's a quiet positivity and subtle melodiousness about much of the material here, particularly the sparse-but-spacey analogue deep house of "Haunting". Sure, "F7" is muscular to the point of outright steroid abuse, but even the similarly fuzzy and distorted "Parts 17" comes blessed with ghostly synthesizers and deft melodic touches. Arguably best of all, though, is the slowly shifting, Future Times-ish new age house thump of "It's A Habit".
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Big Deal
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Big Deal (12")
Cat: LIES 071. Rel: 08 Jul 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Big Deal
  2. Last Laugh
False Memories (Long mixes)
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Cat: LIES 029. Rel: 17 Jun 13
Techno
  1. Solid Nature
  2. Broken Clocks
  3. Failing Liver
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General Dimensions
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Cat: LIES 087. Rel: 05 Sep 16
 
Industrial/Noise
Soki Loka
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Soki Loka (12")
Cat: LIESBLK 09. Rel: 15 Aug 16
Techno
  1. Soki Loka (6:40)
  2. Disaster Crash (6:03)
Review: Rush Hour weirdo house production unit Faster Action loses Robert Bergman on this LIES BLK release with Interstellar Funk taking full control. Up top, "Soki Loka" is a loose and grainy techno bullet that seems to be breaking down with each new segment of the 4/4 before falling back into shape and bruising the listener further and further. Complementing this, "Disaster Crash" shows a more heads-down side to Faster Action, dominating by a pulsating kick drum permeating through a thick wall of molecular sonics and industrial atmospherics. Large and in charge, as per usual. LIES in the place - act faaast!
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Chance Life
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Chance Life (2xLP)
Cat: LIES 060. Rel: 13 Jul 15
Techno
  1. Temple Blockers (2:49)
  2. Chance Life Moon Dance (10:42)
  3. Billows Is Shapes (6:10)
  4. Finity Disguise (1:09)
  5. Clear Collar (7:06)
  6. Abendlander (5:22)
  7. Narrow Cross (2:19)
  8. Galcit 210 (5:46)
  9. Unarmed (A Hole In Cold Sand) (4:33)
  10. Any Object Of Desire (6:03)
  11. Lovegiver CB (7:26)
Review: Unicursal Hexagram, the debut album from Brooklyn-based experimentalist Jahiliyya Fields remains a highlight of the L.I.E.S. discography some three years after its release. The left-of-centre synthesizer soundscapes, droning textures and experimental explorations were astounding at the time, and it's an album you can revisit now and still uncover new depths. On Chance Life, his second album for L.I.E.S., Jahiliyya Fields changes tack a little with the 11 tracks a tad closer to the dancefloor. While there are still out-there moments (including a bizarre spoken word cut), for the most part the album pairs his throbbing synthesizers and crusty electronics with dense techno grooves, psychedelic tribal rhythms and humid box jams.
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Lebesgue Measures
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Cat: LIES 066. Rel: 22 Feb 16
Techno
  1. Kunqiu Rises (5:22)
  2. Nasturtium Leaves (3:42)
  3. Anekantavada (4:36)
  4. Infinite & Cyclical (4:55)
  5. Lemma 3.2 (1:36)
  6. Nonservo (7:43)
  7. Naukratis (6:43)
  8. Reacle (4:33)
  9. Elaea (4:59)
Review: In a vast discography that has spanned well over a hundred releases in the past five years, Ron Morelli's LIES label have issued twelve artist albums thus far. This latest Gunnar Haslam long player means the New Yorker has been responsible for a quarter of these LIES albums! Clearly Haslam is as comfortable within the creative expanses afforded by an album as he is laying down cuts on a 12". Lebesgue Measures finds Haslam essentially picking up where he left off on 2014's Mirrors and Copulations, offering a further evolution in his superbly crafted approach to techno. Across the nine tracks, Haslam plots a measured journey into supple acid lines, expertly programmed drums and occasionally incandescent sonic detail.
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Deep Florida
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Cat: LIES 070. Rel: 07 Mar 16
Techno
  1. Chasing The Dream (2:18)
  2. Dark Duties (3:30)
  3. Worry Cry Venus (3:51)
  4. Humid Widow (6:13)
  5. Evil Everywhere (1:46)
  6. Weed Etiquette (5:28)
  7. Whip Incantation (4:50)
  8. Deep Florida (6:38)
Review: Ron Morelli's L.I.E.S imprint continues its' seemingly unstoppable march towards and beyond a century of releases. Its' latest missive comes in the shape of a debut full-length from Inhalants, a collaborative project put together by Matt Morandi (AKA Jahiliyya Fields) and Max Ravitz. Deep Florida is, somewhat typically, full of the kind of out-there, largely dancefloor-focused Machine Music that L.I.E.S does so well. It's fuzzy, distorted, creepy, occasionally intoxicating, and uniformly experimental in outlook. Of course, it's not all redlined techno rhythms and end-of-days attitude; in fact, one of the album's strongest points is its' mixture of blistering club fodder, curiously experimental wig-outs and bizarre-but-brilliant, modular electronica.
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Iran
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Iran (12")
Cat: LIES 069. Rel: 04 Apr 16
Ambient/Drone
  1. NR 1/NR 2/NR 3/NR 4 (12:21)
  2. NR 5/NR 6/NR 7/NR 8 (13:19)
Review: The L.I.E.S. release schedule looks particularly strong this spring, with slated albums from Inhalants and Gunnar Haslam amongst the highlights. There's also the small matter of this sublime set from returning heroes KWC 92, aka Born Free's Samo DJ and Top Nice man Max Stenerudh, whose debut full-length on Ron Morelli's back in 2013 remains a highlight of the L.I.E.S. discography. This eponymous set is as atmospheric and enlightening as they come, contrasting moments of cut glass ambience, dreamy electronica and Vangelis-like soundtrack fare, with occasionally grittier cuts to puncture the head-in-the-clouds mood. It's a brilliant blend that repeatedly delivers tracks of great quality, with highlights including the heart-aching, Eastern-goes-alien wonder of "NR6", and the widescreen, deep space bliss of "NR8".
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Common Purpose
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Cat: LIES 088CD. Rel: 06 Jun 16
Techno
  1. Track 1 (with B Leeds)
  2. Track 2 (with M Gardner)
  3. Track 3 (with D Reynolds)
  4. Track 4 (with M Morandi)
  5. Track 5 (with JH Kingery)
  6. Track 6 (with M Gardner)
  7. Track 7
  8. Track 8 (with EG Rodolfo)
  9. Track 9
  10. Track 10 (with B Leeds)
  11. Track 11
  12. Track 12 (with M Gardner)
  13. Track 13 (with N Dawson)
  14. Track 14 (with D Reynolds)
  15. Track 15 (with M Morandi)
Review: Brooklyn-based Chicagoan Max Ravitz has enjoyed modest success under the Patricia alias, releasing a pair of fine experimental house albums on Opal Tapes. His latest full-length is credited to M Rav, a pseudonym he first used for a particularly dirt-encrusted 'XMAS' 12" on L.I.E.S back in 2014. Common Purpose is mostly a collaborative affair, with the vast majority of the album's 15 tracks recorded alongside friends and guest producers including Cloudface (D. Reynolds), Bookworms (N. Dawson), Huerco S (B. Leeds), Jahiliyya Fields (M. Morandi), his wife Josephine Kingery, Terekke (M. Gardner) and Ngly. It's a typically ghostly, far-out and hazy affair, with Ravitz' experimental house, techno, hip-hop and electro rhythms smothered in freshly baked chords, dubbed-out textures, and the usual L.I.E.S grittiness. It makes for alluring listening, all told, and feels like something you should listen to at 5am, while still feeling the effects of a particularly epic night out.
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M/R
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M/R (12")
Cat: LIES 085. Rel: 05 Sep 16
Techno
  1. Dread Nox
  2. Portals
  3. Tea & Oranges
Review: Having impressed with last year's Let That Shit Breathe E.P, Billy Werner once again dons the M/R guise for another forthright and intoxicating outing on L.I.E.S. There's been plenty of chatter about this E.P's lead cut, "Dread Nox", and it's not hard to see why. Built around dusty, pitched-down jungle breaks, disconnected vocal samples, metallic electronics and curious ambient textures, it's a little reminiscent of some of Future Sound of London's more claustrophobic efforts. "Portals" sees Werner successfully fuse bouncy, broken techno rhythms - built around restless drum machine handclaps and rubbery kick drums - with a whisper of acid and some seriously creepy textures, while "Tea & Origins" sounds like a stripped-back Autechre roller.
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Conformist
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Conformist (12")
Cat: LIES 081 . Rel: 05 Sep 16
Techno
  1. Conformist
  2. Stab In The Neck
  3. Slow Spasm
  4. Into Amnesia
Review: Contort Yourself boss Murray CY recently broke out with a fine LP of re-edits based on lesser-known '80s industrial, EBM and minimal wave jams for the Knekelhuis label. Here, he takes inspiration from those sounds into his debut production EP for Ron Morelli's Long Island Electrical Systems. There's something more than a little unsettling about the throbbing bass, loose-but-sweaty drum machine hits and psychedelic electronics of the ironically named "Conformist", and you'll struggle to find anything quite as dark and dusty as "Stab In The Neck". Flip for the bouncy, hip-hop influenced, midtempo acid workout "Slow Spasm", and the schizophrenic, distortion-clad experimental techno workout "Into Amnesia".
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Cities Of Illusion
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Cat: LIES 079. Rel: 10 Oct 16
Techno
  1. Ideal Place
  2. Infiltrating Parallax
  3. Jessica Abre Los Ojos
  4. Sidney Reilly & The Reillys
  5. Billy S
  6. C75 M68 Y67 K90
  7. Strange Expression
  8. XII
Review: Given his impressive track record, much is expected from NGLY's debut album, Cities of Illusion. Happily, the L.I.E.S regular has delivered something rather special. After beginning with the macabre, early morning ambient of "Ideal Place" - think warped vocal samples, dirt-encrusted textures and Cabaret Voltaire influences - the Argentine romps through a dark, atmospheric, on-point blend of rubbery EBM rhythms, metallic electronics, industrial textures, electro beats and mind-altering techno workouts. Given the vintage, left-of-centre nature of his influences, it's perhaps unsurprising that the set feels like a long lost relic of the '80s industrial scene, with just enough modern influences to keep it feeling fresh throughout.
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A Name Out Of Place Pt III
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Cat: LIES 082. Rel: 20 Jun 16
Techno
  1. Face Of Electric (6:30)
  2. Emotional Eater (5:28)
  3. R (6:12)
Review: Having previously delivered two moody, dystopian EPs for L.I.E.S, Taipei-based Malaysian Tzusing is now an established member of the label's growing roster of artists. A year on from his last missive for Ron Morelli's imprint, he returns with A Name Out Of Place Pt III. As usual, he's in a dark mood, delivering a trio of tracks that bristle with pitch-black electronics, crackly drum machine hits, mind bending acid lines and metallic, industrial-influenced noises. Our pick is probably "Face Of Electric", with its' foreboding chords, warped vocal samples, wild electronics and crunchy breakbeats, but the bittersweet "Emotional Eater" and acid-flecked "R" aren't far behind.
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Vapauteen
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Vapauteen (12")
Cat: LIES 038. Rel: 02 Dec 13
Techno
  1. Drawing Blood From A Stone
  2. Ask The Boss
  3. Basillisk
  4. You'll Get Used To It
  5. An Unbreakable Bubble
  6. Punnish Or Be Damned
Review: New York based Shawn O'Sullivan returns with some more Vapauteen heat on LIES!! O'Sullivan is a man of many aliases; as well as exploring new wave sounds as part of Led Er Est and Further Reductions, he has been gaining plaudits for his solo productions under his own name on The Corner, as 400PPM for Avian, and as Vapauteen. Under the latter, O'Sullivan provided one of the most coveted L.I.E.S. white label releases at the beginning of 2012, exploring the industrial techno heritage that has clearly inspired his solo work. Back on LIES with this self titled six track collection, the current Vapauteen manifestation differs from the consistently frenetic pace of his debut for Morelli's label - the A-side sees him engage with slower tempos across three tracks that call to mind Skudge duo Fishermen, while the B-side is "strictly about power electronics and harsh tone work outs".
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This Coercion Part 2
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Cat: LIES 077. Rel: 11 Jul 16
Techno
  1. Fully Automated (7:11)
  2. 16 Psyche (Life In Debtor's Prison) (7:42)
  3. One Face (7:06)
Review: Shawn O'Sullivan has been a part of the extended L.I.E.S family for some time, and has already delivered two fine EPs for Ron Morelli's label under the Vapauteen guise. Even so, this is his first outing under the alias for three years. Opener "Fully Automated" is as robust and hard-wired as you'd expect, with panicked stabs and aggressive acid lines riding bowel-bothering kick-drums and muscular cymbal patterns. "16 Psyche (Life In Debtor's Prison)" is similarly intense, if a little more metallic and industrial in tone, while "One Face" sounds like industrial-strength acid techno that's been recorded in an oversized cement mixer. If Surgeon made records for L.I.E.S, they'd probably sound like this.
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Animals Disk
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Animals Disk (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: LIES 072. Rel: 11 Apr 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Lynx At The Corner (3:13)
  2. Birdhouse Data (2:59)
  3. Tiger Pool (2:26)
  4. Boa (4:52)
  5. Hanuman (4:38)
Review: The reinvigoration of Jorge Velez career over recent years has been a joy to behold. While he's been making music since the 1990s - as Rush Hour's 2012 compilation of old MMT Tape recordings proves - it's only in recent times that he's really hit his stride. This mini album for L.I.E.S - his third outing for Ron Morelli's acclaimed imprint - is a thing of great beauty, with the veteran New York producer joining the dots between creepy, metallic electronica, unsettling ambience, drowsy techno, tropical influences, and more post-apocalyptic fare. While undoubtedly experimental in nature and prone to taking a bleak outlook, Animals Disk is still a surprisingly beautiful album, with plenty of intriguing musical avenues to explore.
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