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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)
Motionless
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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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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
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)
Trema
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Trema (12")
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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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Individual Mathematics Slipmat (single, multicoloured)
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Cat: 506566 Rel: 30 Sep 13
 
Single felt slipmat with Mathematics Recordings design
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
Reactivated
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Cat: MATH 084. Rel: 07 Dec 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Ritalo F (6:07)
  2. Prima Theme (5:47)
  3. Re-Activated (4:23)
  4. Ecstasy Au Pa (7:35)
Review: After the blink and you missed it goodness of those white label copies of John Heckle's Trema EP, Mathematics serve up another fresh helping of house music from Kelton Prima. Label completists will recognise name from his contribution to the 2010 12" Music From Mathematics Vol. 4, though the man behind Kelton Prima, Parisian Malcolm Dakeyo, hasn't released that much music despite his involvement in Djing and production dating back to the '80s. Another unsung producer given the space to shine by Jamal Moss? You better believe it, with the four tracks on Reactivated reminiscent of that golden late '80s era of dance music when genres were not so clearly marked in the sand. The punchy freestyle attitude of the title is particularly enjoyable!
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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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