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Talus Loop EP
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Cat: LDR 19. Rel: 14 Nov 16
Techno
  1. The Breakfast Club (7:49)
  2. Lunar Landing (5:21)
  3. Jade (6:15)
  4. Hurley (5:16)
Review: Frustrated Funk, Shopwrec and Central Processing Unit are just some of the quality labels on which the enigmatic 214 has delivered his wayward strains of electro and techno. This new single for Lunar Disko is straight-up, high calibre business, as per usual, starting with the mesmerising pads and alluring soundscapes of "The Breakfast Club", a beat-driven escapade through a wave of majestic synths. "Lunar Landing" is more on the Dutch electro side of things, thanks to its sub-aquatic beats and general demeanour while, on the flip, "Jade" injects some Chicago house live through an industrial filter, and "Hurley" liquifies its synths down to a thick pool of sonics and subtle beats. Gorgeous music.
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Time Marches On Part 2
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  1. DJ Overdose - "Arecibo" (5:12)
  2. Tr One - "Escape From Enceladus" (8:37)
  3. Raiders Of The Lost ARP - "Equinox" (7:00)
  4. Automatic Tasty - "I Can't Find My Own Manual (How Therefore Am I To Restore To My Factory Settings?)" (5:09)
Review: You can always rely on Dublin's Lunar Disko Records to provide the heat; this time it's in the form of some heavyweight electro vibes by the industry's best and brightest. But this is no surprise given the imprint's invariable doses of quality. First up is Dutch maestro DJ Overdose with "Arecibo", a comparatively more pensive and introspective electro appearance than his usual work, but TR One's "Escape From Enceladus" takes this pensive sway of synths and crystal-like sonics to an even deeper level. Raiders Of The Lost Arp kick off the flip side with the smooth and suave flow of "Equinox", this one belonging more to the house end of the spectrum, whereas Automatic Tasty comes through with a quirky little digi number with the aptly odd name of "I Can't Find My Own Manual (How Therefore Am I To Restore My Factory Settings?)". A tidy little blast of synth-filled goods.
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Time Marches On Part 1
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Cat: LDR 20. Rel: 15 May 17
Techno
  1. John Heckle - "Steel Sky" (7:11)
  2. Conan - "Neptune Racing" (6:08)
  3. 214 - "Deep Ellum" (7:46)
  4. VC-118A - "Face The Waves" (4:40)
Review: Ireland's Lunar Disko is back in the game with another one of their immensely entertaining collaborative EPs, and this one is featuring a selection of artists whom we feel particularly fond of. For starters, our man man John Heckle is in the place repping the UK-side of techno, leading the lines with the wonky, off-kilter electro-acid cut named "Steel Sky", while label regular Conan comes through with an insanely lo-fi techno cut called "Neptune Racing" that feels like it was made in the basement of a sweaty Chicago studio circa 1989. On the flip, 214, who is another familiar face, drops an aerial attack in the form of a paranoid, brooding artillery of glitchy electro by the name of "Deep Ellum", whereas VC-118A's relatively more placid "Face The Waves" delves into a much deeper and floaty downtempo mode for the early, early sets...
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Chicarlow EP
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Cat: LDR 18. Rel: 31 Oct 16
Techno
  1. DX Is Dead (9:11)
  2. Wolseley (6:32)
  3. Lights In Your Rear View Mirror (7:35)
  4. January 13th (6:48)
Review: Despite an impressive discography and fine reputation, Irish techno twosome TR-One has been surprisingly quiet of late. In fact, this EP for Lunar Disko is their first release of note for three years. As you might expect, the four tracks are mostly informed by the classic house and techno strains of the US Mid-West - it is called Chicarlow after all! There are occasional nods towards more creepy, hypnotic European fare (see "Wolseley"), and early '90s style "intelligent techno" ("January 13th") too. Our pick of the bunch is "Lights In Your Rear View Mirror", a shimmering, Motor City-informed chunk of glistening techno futurism blessed with wonderful chord progressions and spacey melodies.
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