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Pema Ozer EP
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Cat: M 044. Rel: 03 Oct 16
Techno
  1. Steep (6:06)
  2. Steep (Kimyon Wknd Drum remix) (6:05)
The Chase
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The Chase (12")
Cat: M 014. Rel: 08 Apr 16
Techno
  1. The Chase (Juans version) (6:47)
  2. The Chase (smooth mix) (5:50)
  3. The Chase (Maydays version) (6:28)
  4. The Chase (Neutral version) (5:29)
Review: Originally released in 1989, "The Chase" has long been one of the most in-demand Motor City techno classics. This desirable reissue includes all four mixes from the original 12", beginning with Juan Atkins' superb take - a rich, tuneful treat that cleverly combines trademark Motor City percussion with a string of contrasting - but complimentary - melody lines. Derrick May's rework still sounds intoxicating and addictive, benefitting from the great man's decision to emphasize the original's spacey melodies and a tougher, more percussively intense groove. Also worth checking is The Smooth Mix, whose sparkling melodies and springy bass work help create a surprisingly Balearic mood.
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Sound Of Stereo (reissue)
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Cat: M 011. Rel: 12 Dec 16
Electro
  1. Sound Of Stereo (revamp) (6:40)
  2. Sound Of Stereo (instrumental) (6:40)
  3. Off To Battle (6:26)
  4. Electric Entourage (6:57)
Review: Although the sound's roots can be traced back to 1985, it was in 1987 that techno really began to emerge, fully formed, from the Motor City of Detroit. One of the first examples of the sound could be found on the flipside of Model 500's Sound of Stereo EP. It was called "Off To Battle", and expertly fixed alien synthesizers, wonky acid lines and hushed vocal samples to a blistering rhythm track. It remains one of the finest cuts in the Detroit canon, as this essential reissue proves. Echoes of early techno's obsession with fizzing drum builds and bold string samples can also be heard on "Electric Entourage", while "Sound of Stereo" - available in remixed and instrumental flavours - still sounds like a futurist's take on Chicago house.
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Night Drive (Thru Babylon)
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Cat: M 002. Rel: 16 Sep 02
Electro
  1. Night Drive (Thru-Babylon) (6:12)
  2. Time Space Transmat (6:15)
  3. No UFOs (D mix) (8:20)
Review: Inspired by the drone of automated factories, the sound is dark, mysterious and truly unique - nothing comes close. The perfect follow up to "No UFO's" and a blueprints for almost every electro record ever since. Juan Atkins in his prime. Don't sleep on this.
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Digital Solutions
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Digital Solutions (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: MLP 2. Rel: 23 Feb 15
Techno
  1. Hi NRG
  2. Electric Night
  3. Standing In Tomorrow
  4. Encounter
  5. Storm
  6. The Groove
  7. Control
  8. Digital Solutions
  9. Station
Review: The master returns! Digital Solutions sees Juan Atkins toast some 35 years as a Detroit techno visionary with the release of a new Model 500 album after some 16 years! The notion of a new Model 500 long player was first mooted by Atkins last summer and now arrives as the most high profile release from his own Metroplex label in some time. Whereas recent years have seen Atkins open up Model 500, working with Mike Banks, DJ Skurge and Mark Taylor both live and on the smattering of 12"s issued through R&S, Digital Solutions is largely the work of Juan alone. Nine tracks deep, Digital Solutions features a crisp array of electro and techno productions from Atkins with "Standing In Tomorrow" and "Storm" standing out upon first listen.
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Shifting Forward
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Cat: M 042. Rel: 16 Mar 15
Techno
  1. Shifting Forward (6:12)
  2. Shifting Forward (Aubrey remix) (7:03)
  3. Stop Motion (6:10)
  4. Blood Ties (6:17)
A Mind Of His Own
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Cat: M 041. Rel: 16 Jun 14
Techno
  1. Musical Promises
  2. The Jazz Student
  3. Starting Over
  4. Encircle
Review: Earlier this year Terrence Dixon announced plans to retire from making music with immediate effect, sending shockwaves through a techno community that was still basking in some fine recent albums for Tresor and Surface Records and a clutch of 12" material. One of Dixon's final acts before coming to his decision seemingly was to record A Mind Of His Own, this EP for Metroplex and if it is indeed the final piece of production work from him, it's a fitting send off with Juan Atkins' label one of the first to usher in his work as Population One back in 1996. Opening cut "Musical Promises" is Dixon at his most enveloping, especially when the brisk percussion drops out to let the thickness of the production consume you, whilst "The Jazz Student" and "Starting Over" are as good as any of the lithe, alien techno that he committed to the Reduction cause.
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Detroit City At Night EP
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Cat: M 045. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Techno
  1. Out Of Phase (5:09)
  2. Going In Circles (5:48)
  3. Down The Lodge (5:15)
  4. Detroit City At Night (3:17)
Review: Terrence Dixon first donned the Population One alias for Metroplex two decades ago, and has been a semi-regular contributor to Juan Aktkins' label ever since. Detroit City At Night finds him in fine form, delivering tracks that blend traditional Motor City techno tropes - hissing hi-hats, spacey electronics, and futurist intent - with warmer keys and organ stabs. Naturally, it feels like a classic Metroplex release, with cuts such as "Going In Circles" - built around spacey melody patterns and swirling, sci-fi textures - and "Down The Lodge" ticking all the right boxes. Best of all, though, is closer "Detroit City At Night", an atmospheric combination of gritty Motor City field recordings and dark, Italo-influenced techno grooves.
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Mood Sequence EP
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Cat: M 043. Rel: 19 Sep 16
Electro
  1. In The End (6:01)
  2. Mood Sequence (5:51)
  3. Inertia Collision (4:49)
  4. Mood Sequence (J+K remix) (4:37)
Review: Arnold Steiner aka As1 is an Electro producer and graphic designer (his artwork has graced the covers of records on Planet Mu plus numerous Schematic and Breakbeat Science releases). He was born in Venezuela and raised in Miami and was the founder of the Transient Force label. He appears now for Juan Atkins' legendary Metroplex imprint. On the A side "In The End" is the definite highlight. Noir futurism/vintage soul is the flavour, reminiscent of motor city legends like Dopplereffekt. The slamming title track is the kind of bass heavy, hard electro that only someone from Miami can make. After all, this is where legends like Dynamix II and Gosub originate from and surely an influence. On the flip, the energetic remix of said track by Juan Atkins and Kimyon Huggins does not let up either!
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