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Faces Of Africa Part II
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Cat: MATH 091. Rel: 27 Jun 16
Techno
  1. The Faces Of Africa
  2. The Joy Of Being
  3. Returning 2 The Ancestors
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Faces Of Africa
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Cat: MATH 090. Rel: 27 Jun 16
Techno
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
Played by: Giorgio Luceri
Review: Noleian Reusse and Jamal Moss have been working together as Africans With Mainframes for the best part of 15 years, though in recent times their releases have been sporadic, to say the least. Faces Of Africa is a follow-up to last year's Commission Number 3 12" on Bio Rhythm, and marks their first appearance on Mathematics since 2010. The first untitled track sets the tone, with the duo smartly combining squelchy bass, African-influenced drum machine rhythms, and just the right amount of deep and dreamy electronics. The second cut is even deeper and dreamier - whilst retaining a solid, floor-friendly foundation - while the flipside workout is wild, bold and heavy, with clear echoes of early '90s bleep techno.
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Ghetto Sketches
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Cat: MATH 087. Rel: 13 Jun 16
Techno
  1. Jazz - Filled Freedom (6:30)
  2. Ghetto Sketches (7:16)
  3. Black Colony (10:17)
Played by: Giorgio Luceri
The Futureshock Disco
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Cat: MATH 083. Rel: 10 Aug 15
Techno
  1. The Futureshock Disco (10:33)
  2. K-Hole Boogie (9:52)
Lotus Roots EP
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Cat: MATH 019. Rel: 14 Jul 08
Techno
  1. Lotus Roots
  2. Virgo Mood
Motionless
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Motionless (12")
Cat: MATH 082. Rel: 03 Aug 15
Techno
  1. Motionless (6:08)
  2. Shiny Windows (5:59)
  3. Finite Space (6:20)
  4. The Hater Of Love (5:51)
Review: Given the prolific nature of his output and close links to Jamal Moss, it's something of a surprise to find that Motionless is Marco Bernadi's first outing on Mathematics. It sees the Bristol-based Glaswegian in suitably nostalgic mode, dropping a quartet of tracks that pop and crackle with vintage analogue rhythms, raw electronics, and intoxicated acid lines. The A-side boasts two chunks of electro/techno fusion, with the vintage rave stabs, relentless drum hits and barely audible vocal samples of "Shiny Windows" most impressing. Flip for the skittering rave breakbeats, foreboding chords and undulating acid lines of "Finite Space", and "Hater of Love", a sparkling fusion of sharp electronics, bubbling acid bass and foreboding, anti-fun vocals.
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Tired Feet EP
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Cat: MATH 018. Rel: 17 Mar 08
Techno
  1. Tired Feet
  2. Dreamin
  3. Cruising
  4. Silence In The Morning
Review: The young, up and coming Zurich producer delivers a four track EP for legendary Chicago based imprint, Mathematics. It is prime time deep Chicago house and techno territory with raw, jacking machine beats, lush synths and a warm and melancholic, vintage vibe.



The title track kicks off the EP with some slick production on a slowed down techno workout. Ping-ponging chords, deep sub bass, spacey synths and hi-fidelity beats with a techno sensibility collide in this spiralling track. Most interestingly, the bassline never stays still, constantly evolving, changing and adapting whilst always ensuring the groove remains in full swing. The piano drenched "Dreamin" is up next, keeping things moving along with more old school vibes. It is the squelching bass that gives the track that real old school rave feel but the distinct, sharp handclaps and acute hi-hats are also handy in that department. "Crusing" is awash with flashes of synths that are peppered with the stabbing beats of late 90s techno. Finishing with "Silence in the Morning," we are dropped into a vast sounding, ambient downtempo track. Yet after easing you in, that ambience gives way to a huge yet sluggish 4/4 house groove that takes you all the way in.



The mysterious Contra Communem Opinionem adds yet more intrigue to his growing reputation with his Chicago house abstractions on this EP. Soaked in his own inimitable attitude, the only way to get to grips with the young Swizz is to go and check it out for yourselves.
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An Emotional Moment With The Sun
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  1. An Emotional Moment With The Sun
  2. The Falling Sun
  3. The Brightest Time Of The Day
  4. A Radiance Of Love (part 1)
Choco & Cherry
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Cat: MATH 070LP. Rel: 12 Aug 13
Electro
  1. Choco & Cherry
  2. Crossmod Regentanz
  3. Pale Scale 2
  4. Alternate Sun Rays
  5. Dark String
  6. Prawn
  7. Subliminal Acid
  8. Don't Cross The Railways
  9. Verify
  10. Ear Drop
  11. Sucidu
  12. Simple Chord Prog
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Popping Off EP
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Cat: MATH 089. Rel: 27 Jun 16
Techno
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
Played by: Giorgio Luceri
Thanks 4 The Tracks U Lost Volume 2
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  1. The Lost Tracks 4 (9:05)
  2. The Lost Tracks 5 (5:03)
  3. The Lost Tracks 6 (6:17)
Review: Jamal Moss is seemingly always releasing music in one shape or form, but it feels like the Chicago artist, DJ and label owner goes through particularly fertile production patches every now and again. Right now, we are definitely in the midst of one such period with Thanks 4 the Tracks U Lost Volume 2 a second welcome salvage operation from the Faces Of Drums project in as many months. The Faces of Drums is of course Moss and Poindexter and this triplet of productions dating from the mid-90s will satisfy anyone in need of some deranged drum tracks for their DJ sets. "The Lost Tracks 6" is a particularly cruddy exercise in rhythmic enlightenment.
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Thanks 4 The Tracks U Lost Vol 1
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Cat: MATH 080. Rel: 25 May 15
Techno
  1. The Lost Tracks 1 (9:40)
  2. The Lost Tracks 2 (6:33)
  3. The Lost Tracks 3 (8:29)
Review: Ok, so this is pretty f****** special! While it's obvious to state that Jamal Moss's Mathematics Recordings is one of the best outlets for contemporary house and techno from the Western hemisphere, the arrival of new material from The Faces Of Drums (Moss and Steve Poindexter) is quite special, given the latter has become something of a rarity around the shelves. All three tracks are straight-up Chicago nastiness which had apparently been lost until now: "The Lost Tracks 1" is a raw-as-hell pipebomb full of natural distortion and flanger business, "The Lost Tracks 2" is wonky and boasts a mean low-end bump, while "The Lost Tracks 3" is more sluggish and corpulent but nonetheless jacking and vicious in nature. Absolutely recommended.
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The First True Language Of The Universe Volume 2
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  1. Andreas Gehm - "Rom" (6:21)
  2. Deviere - "Postulating" (7:34)
  3. Ra Thout & The Brigante's Orchestra - "Catastrofic Event" (5:33)
  4. John Heckle - "The Voyager" (5:50)
The Second Son EP
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Cat: MATH 061. Rel: 30 Jul 12
Techno
  1. One Self
  2. I & I
  3. Fly City
  4. Analog Bulldog
Review: John Heckle's debut album Second Son was undoubtedly one of 2011's highlights, traversing eclectic terrain, from beatless ambient interludes to raw analogue jams and heaving acid. Mathematics offers a timely reminder of how stunning it was with this twelve inch offering of the four tracks that featured on the CD release but not the double LP edition. The ever lolloping "One Self" demonstrates the Liverpudlian McNulty lookalike at his subaqueous, tape chewed best, whilst the beatless "I & I" oscillates with wildly experimental tones and vague hints of eastern enlightenment. From here, the orchestral touches that grace the deliciously utopian euphoria of "Fly City" provides some welcome respite while the brilliantly named "Analog Bulldog" jackhammers away at your senses with a relentless energy. The four tracks here encapsulate perfectly why Jamal Moss was so keen to release Heckle's long player.
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Trema
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Trema (12")
Cat: MATH 086. Rel: 18 Jan 16
Techno
  1. Sun Of U (9:14)
  2. At The Summit (2:03)
  3. Where The Wild Ones Go (3:13)
  4. Trema (9:07)
Review: Wherever he may wander, and whichever labels he dabbles with, there will always be a place for John Heckle on the Mathematics Recordings' roster. This is the producer's fourth outing on Jamal Moss's Chicago-based imprint, and it's as intergalactic and out-there as you'd expect. He begins with the electro-influenced drum machine rhythms, mixed-down chords, bubbling electronics and spacey melodies of "Sun Of U", before exploring more becalmed ambient territory on the wonderful "At The Summit". "Where The Wild Things Go" arguably has more in common with freestyle jazz than techno - despite the presence of his trusty drum machines and vintage synths - while "Trema" itself is an evocative, broken techno delight smothered in far-sighted melodies and mood-enhancing pads.
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Cosmic Dust EP
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Cat: MATH 012. Rel: 13 Nov 06
Techno
  1. Quasars & Starfields
  2. A Time Warp Synthesizer
  3. Cosmic Dust
Played by: Daniel Andréasson
Review: Its no surprise that the Mathematics label is releasing Hieroglyphic''s lost Chicago tracks from the days of old, because this guy is clearly obsessed. If one didn''t know better, these tracks could easily be mistaken for techno tunes from 15 years ago...which is a good thing of course.
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A Love Supremacy EP
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Cat: MATH 072. Rel: 03 Feb 14
Deep House
  1. Falena
  2. Have U Been 2 Saturn
  3. Vernice
  4. A Love Supremacy
I Know U Have Wings
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Cat: MATH 085. Rel: 14 Dec 15
Techno
  1. Queen Of The Invisible (6:44)
  2. I Know U Have Wings (7:17)
  3. Green Paradise Dept (8:12)
  4. Ayann Emoto (6:48)
Played by: Giorgio Luceri
Born Free In The Land Of Nobody EP
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  1. Catastrofic Events
  2. Man From Messapia
  3. The Man Who Can Do Everything
  4. Terra Tra Due Mari
Music From Mathematics Vol 6
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  1. Noleian Reusse - "De L'Interieur Projetant I'Exterieur"
  2. Stabil Elite - "Kaviar Express"
  3. June - "Sea Of Stars"
  4. Violence FM - "Perspectives"
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Building A Place Of Surrender
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Cat: MATH 092. Rel: 30 May 16
Techno
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
Played by: Giorgio Luceri
Mysterious Intrigue
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Cat: MATH 055LPBLACK. Rel: 08 Aug 11
Deep House
  1. Stupid Lover
  2. Here Comes The Sunshine
  3. Mysterious Intrigue
  4. Magical Trumpeter
  5. Do Not Be Afraid
  6. Awakening Silesia
  7. Voyager
  8. Metropolis
  9. I Can't Stop (Acid mix)
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