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Tomorrow We Start A New Life Again
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  1. Tomorrow We Start A New Life Again
  2. If Not Tomorrow Maybe Someday
Review: Experienced German producers Daniel Bortz and Sascha Sibler go way back; they released their first collaborative 12" on Tiefschwarz's Souvenir imprint in 2011. They seem to enjoy working together, as their recent EP on Innervisions was one of the best things Dixon's label has put out for some time. "Tomorrow We Start A New Life Again" is another belter, with hissing, Latin-influenced percussion providing sturdy backdrop for a series of sparkling synthesizer motifs, melancholic chords and atmospheric electronic touches. It feels simultaneously hopeful and fearful, which is how most people feel when they start a new life. The flipside, "If Not Tomorrow Then Maybe Someday" is, understandably, a little deeper, with a noticeably bittersweet feel about the undulating electronics and fluid arrangement.
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Fire
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Cat: PERMVAC 126-1. Rel: 04 Aug 14
Electro
  1. Fire
  2. Hagen (Feel Some Love)
  3. Fire (Invisible Conga People remix)
Review: Accurately pigeonholing the work of analogue enthusiast Dollkraut has always been notoriously difficult. Since dropping his debut 12" in 2009, the Dutch producer has gleefully jumped between styles, offering leftfield pop-tinged takes on deep house, disco and future jazz. "Fire", his debut for Permanent Vacation, is similarly hard to pin down, with loud, long, melancholic chords and high-pitched vocals riding a snappy, distorted drum machine rhythm. There's a little more punk-funk influence to the equally scratchy "Hagen", where woozy chords and odd spoken vocal samples ride a thumping broken house beat. The package's finest moment, though, is arguably Incredible Conga People's unfeasibly wonky, deep techno-meets-deep house-meets-analogue electronica revision of the title track. Like much of their work, it's oddly intoxicated.
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Purposely Uncertain Field
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Cat: PERMVAC 1362. Rel: 09 Feb 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Escape Velocity
  2. Drifting Red
  3. Entangled
  4. Lamb Shift
  5. Cooping
  6. Orb
  7. Illuminated
  8. Blackpoint
  9. Bora
  10. Glease 29
  11. Distance
Review: Few British techno acts are quite as lauded as British Murder Boys, the industrial strength collaboration between Regis and Surgeon. Throughout the early-to-mid 2000s, their distinctive EPs provided the soundtrack to many great moments in dusty basements, dark rooms and sweat-soaked raves. Whether you missed out first time around or simply want a trip down memory lane, this career retrospective should be an essential purchase. Alongside 12 hand picked tracks from the catalogue - the vast majority in their rolling, pounding, industrial strength style - the package also includes in-depth sleeve notes from Blackest Ever Black boss Kiran Sande, and a DVD of the duo's dystopian 2013 live show at Club Unit, Tokyo (excerpts from which were released on 12" last year).
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Purposely Uncertain Field
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Cat: PERMVAC 1361. Rel: 23 Feb 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Escape Velocity (7:44)
  2. Drifting Red (6:05)
  3. Entangled (2:07)
  4. Lamb Shift (6:24)
  5. Cooping (6:49)
  6. Orb (1:52)
  7. Illuminated (6:45)
  8. Blackpoint (6:44)
  9. Bora (2:02)
  10. Glease 29 (7:22)
  11. Distance (5:54)
  12. Escape Velocity
  13. Drifting Red
  14. Entangled
  15. Lamb Shift
  16. Cooping
  17. Orb
  18. Illuminated
  19. Blackpoint
  20. Bora
  21. Glease 29
  22. Distance
Review: It's 12 years since Dresden-born, Leipzig-based Martin Enke first made waves under the Trickform alias, and four years since he launched the Lake People project. Given his production vintage, it's surprising Purposefully Uncertain Field is his debut album. In turns uncomfortable, blissful, woozy and melancholic, it sees Enke confidently join the dots between shuffling Germanic deep house, early '90s "intelligent techno" (see the brilliant "Cooping"), yearning tech-house, aqueous ambience (the swirling "Bora" and glacial "Distance"), clanking drum tracks ("Glease") and loose-limbed IDM ("Drifting Red"). Throughout, there's a curiously distant sense of atmosphere, with detached melodies and ghostly pads riding tight, bubbling rhythms.
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Purposely Uncertain Field Remixes
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Cat: PERMVAC 1311. Rel: 23 Nov 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Illuminated (Redshape remix) (9:03)
  2. Drifting Red (Lawrence remix) (7:51)
  3. Cooping (Map Ache remix) (7:58)
Played by: Benjamin Fröhlich
Borndom
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Cat: PERMVAC 1392. Rel: 11 May 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Crewners
  2. Gammelan
  3. Hump Acid
  4. Telefon (with Ela)
  5. Msndrstndng
  6. ESC (with Jasnau)
  7. Borndom
  8. Pal_Oh
  9. Mausback
  10. Reebe
  11. Carpet
  12. Alright (with Ela)
  13. Byby
Review: While he's steadfastly refused to get railroaded into pursuing one particularly style - variously dropping tracks influenced by disco, deep house, Italo, electronica, Balearica and synth-pop - there's always been a melodic breeziness to Philip Lauer's solo work. This trait is, unsurprisingly, one of the most noticeable things about Borndom, his second full-length. Bright, emotive and expansive, the album's 13 tracks flit between styles - those mentioned, plus acid house, ambient, deep electro, and even a dash of eyeliner-clad new wave revivalism (see Jasnau hook-up "ESC") - but hang together thanks to regular use of crystal clear synthesizer melodies and hazy, touchy-feely chords.
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Borndom
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Cat: PERMVAC 1391. Rel: 18 May 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Crewners (3:57)
  2. Gammelan (6:05)
  3. Hump Acid (5:11)
  4. Telefon (with Ela) (5:04)
  5. Msndrstndng (4:20)
  6. Esc (with Jasnau) (4:06)
  7. Borndom (4:20)
  8. Pal_Oh (5:51)
  9. Mausback (5:00)
  10. Reebe (4:56)
  11. Carpet (3:46)
  12. Alright (with Ela) (4:13)
  13. Byby (2:36)
  14. Crewners
  15. Gammelan
  16. Hump Acid
  17. Telefon (with Ela)
  18. Msndrstndng
  19. Esc (with Jasnau)
  20. Borndom
  21. Pal_Oh
  22. Mausback
  23. Reebe
  24. Carpet
  25. Alright (with Ela)
  26. Byby
Review: While he's steadfastly refused to get railroaded into pursuing one particularly style - variously dropping tracks influenced by disco, deep house, Italo, electronica, Balearica and synth-pop - there's always been a melodic breeziness to Philip Lauer's solo work. This trait is, unsurprisingly, one of the most noticeable things about Borndom, his second full-length. Bright, emotive and expansive, the album's 13 tracks flit between styles - those mentioned, plus acid house, ambient, deep electro, and even a dash of eyeliner-clad new wave revivalism (see Jasnau hook-up "ESC") - but hang together thanks to regular use of crystal clear synthesizer melodies and hazy, touchy-feely chords.
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Trails
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Trails (CD)
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Cat: PERMVAC 1422. Rel: 02 Nov 15
Deep House
  1. Running In A Constant Circle
  2. Generations
  3. Energy Flow
  4. Half Closed Eyes
  5. Empty Early Years & The Seed
  6. I See Myself In You
  7. Trails
  8. The Space Between
  9. Sometimes Lost
  10. Mellen
Review: Some six years into his career, Neil "Mano Le Tough" Mannion is showing distinct signs of artistic development. While Trails, his sophomore set, follows a similar formula to its' 2013 predecessor, Changing Days, it's a much more intricate, experimental and effervescent affair that makes great use of live instrumentation and his own impassioned vocals. So, while there are nods towards smoky, eyes-closed deep house - see "Half Closed Eyes", "I See Myself In You" and the sparkling "Sometimes Lost" - the album is dominated by downtempo electronica compositions. These variously draw on the drowsy bliss of James Blake, post-dubstep melancholia, post-rock/electronica fusion, and the hazy world of Balearica, suggesting that Mannion is making the best of his growing confidence.
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Trails
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Cat: PERMVAC 1421. Rel: 16 Nov 15
Deep House
  1. Running In A Constant Circle (4:10)
  2. Generations (4:21)
  3. Energy Flow (5:14)
  4. Half Closed Eyes (6:48)
  5. Empty Early Years & The Seed (5:35)
  6. I See Myself In You (6:21)
  7. Trails (5:50)
  8. The Space Between (4:55)
  9. Sometimes Lost (5:39)
  10. Mellen (4:52)
  11. Running In A Constant Circle
  12. Generations
  13. Energy Flow
  14. Half Closed Eyes
  15. Empty Early Years & The Seed
  16. I See Myself In You
  17. Trails
  18. The Space Between
  19. Sometimes Lost
  20. Mellen
Played by: Cosmic Pint Glass
Review: Some six years into his career, Neil "Mano Le Tough" Mannion is showing distinct signs of artistic development. While Trails, his sophomore set, follows a similar formula to its' 2013 predecessor, Changing Days, it's a much more intricate, experimental and effervescent affair that makes great use of live instrumentation and his own impassioned vocals. So, while there are nods towards smoky, eyes-closed deep house - see "Half Closed Eyes", "I See Myself In You" and the sparkling "Sometimes Lost" - the album is dominated by downtempo electronica compositions. These variously draw on the drowsy bliss of James Blake, post-dubstep melancholia, post-rock/electronica fusion, and the hazy world of Balearica, suggesting that Mannion is making the best of his growing confidence.
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Midnight Creepers Remix EP
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Cat: PERMVAC 128-1. Rel: 04 Aug 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Same Way I Feel (Session Victim remix)
  2. Red Rain (Blase remix)
  3. Midnight Creepers (Hugh Mane remix)
  4. Calling Out (Bell Towers remix)
Remaster Of The Universe
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Todd TERJE/VARIOUS
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Remaster Of The Universe (2xCD (CD 1 mixed, CD 2 unmixed))
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Cat: PERMVAC 055-2. Rel: 14 Jun 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Intro
  2. Reverso 68 - "Piece Together" (Todd Terje remix #2)
  3. M - "Pop Muzik" (Todd Terje remix)
  4. Chuck Norris - "All That She Wants"
  5. Simon Baker - "Plastik" (Todd Terje Turkatech remix)
  6. Chaz Jankel - "Glad To Know You" (Todd Terje edit)
  7. Duliatten Disco Dandia - "Surat Surfin"
  8. Jose Gonzalez - "Killing For Love" (Todd Terje acoustic remix)
  9. Feliz LaBand - "Whistling In Tongues" (Todd Terje remix #2)
  10. Percussion Break & Shit Robot - "Simple Things (Work It Out)" (Todd Terje remix #2)
  11. Mungolian Jetset - "Moon Jocks N Prog Rocks" (Todd Terje's Schlong Tong vocal version)
  12. Fox N Wolf - "Claws Against Knives" (Todd Terje Night version)
  13. Todd Terje - "Ghostbuster"
  14. Gichy Dan - "On A Day Like This" (Todd Terje edit)
  15. Rogue Cat - "Magic Journey" (Todd Terje remix #2)
  16. Kacic Kullmann's Five - "Terjelator"
  17. New Mjondalen Disco Swingers - "Eurodans"
  18. Antena - "Camino Del Sol" (Todd Terje remix)
  19. Jose Gonzalez - "Killing For Love" (Todd Terje Brokeback mix)
  20. Dolle Jolle - "Balearic Incarnation" (Todd Terje's Extra Doll mix)
  21. M - "Pop Muzik" (Todd Terje remix)
  22. Lindstrom - "Another Station" (Todd Terje remix)
  23. Studio - "Life's A Beach!" (Todd Terje Beach House mix)
  24. Shit Robot - "Simple Things" (Todd Terje version)
  25. Mungolian Jetset - "Moon Jocks N Prog Rocks" (Todd Terje's Even Stiv-En dub version)
  26. Rogur Cat - "Magic Journey" (Todd Terje remix)
Permanent Vacation 3
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VARIOUS
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Cat: PERMVAC 1332. Rel: 27 Oct 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Commix - "Japanese Electronics" (instramental - Mental Moog remix)
  2. Pascal Schafer - "Mystere"
  3. The Golden Filter - "Kill Me" (John Talabot Killed In Room 616 refix)
  4. Chateau Marmont - "Nibiru" (Beautiful Swimmers Late Night dubbing mix)
  5. Panther Modern - "Pentimento"
  6. Drumtalk - "Time"
  7. Heatsick - "Dream Tennis" (Young Marco remix)
  8. RA X - "THE OPIUM DEN" (part 7)
  9. Invisible Conga People - "Cable Dazed"
  10. Popnoname - "Touch" (The Field remix)
  11. Kettel - "Boekabaas"
  12. Sergej Auto - "Abyis"
  13. Woolfy - "Warehouse" (Project Sandro mix)
  14. Arsenal - "One Day At A Time" (Joakim dub mix)
  15. Scott Fraser - "A Life Of Silence" (Timothy J Fairplay Fall Of Shame remix - 5 minute version)
  16. Brandi Ifgray - "Mono" (Iboza mix)
  17. Secret Circuit - "White Wish"
  18. Daniel Wang - "Two Tracks We Made In 1999 For A Gay Leather Video"
  19. Enchante - "Pattern 3 (Gunman)"
  20. Bot'x - "Grand Central" (meets Showgirls)
  21. JR Seaton - "Vertigo"
  22. A Sagittariun - "The Circle Stops Somewhere"
  23. Rompante - "Treat" (Charles Webster remix)
  24. Recondite - "Tie In"
Stations
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Cat: PERMVAC 1341. Rel: 24 Aug 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Jackie (4:50)
  2. Chances Are (3:44)
  3. Missing You (4:41)
  4. My Room (5:02)
  5. Set It Up (5:45)
  6. Combination (5:17)
  7. Walkaway (3:43)
  8. Tangiers (4:05)
  9. Who (5:37)
  10. Stations (3:27)
  11. Jackie
  12. Chances Are
  13. Missing You
  14. My Room
  15. Set It Up
  16. Combination
  17. Walkaway
  18. Tangiers
  19. Who
  20. The Bright Light Of The Truth
  21. Stations
Review: The epic adventures of Captain Starlight continue as Cali soul men Woolfy Vs Projections deliver their third album. Following from where "The Return Of Love" left us in 2012, it's a bounty of Balearica rich in tempo fusions, shimmering instrumentation and cosmic textures. From the Foalsy gallops of "My Room" to the Thievery Corp style dub funk of "Set It Up" via the heavier, leaner, 2020 Soundsystem style late night bell ringing of "Tanglers", each cut works as a whole new chapter while creating a much larger picture as it develops. Like all the best albums should. Perfect for homes and dancefloors alike.
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Stations
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Cat: PERMVA 1342. Rel: 24 Aug 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Jackie
  2. Chances Are
  3. Missing You
  4. My Room
  5. Set It Up
  6. Combination
  7. Walkaway
  8. Tangiers
  9. Who
  10. The Bright Light Of The Truth
  11. Stations
Review: Since first joining forces at the tail end of the noughties, California-based duo Simon 'Woolfy' James and Dan 'Projections' Hastie have become masters of the Balearic blend, delivering albums packed full of hazy, picturesque gems that join the dots between a multitude of sun-kissed styles. They're at it again on this third full-length for Permanent Vacation. Across the 11 tracks, they variously fuse, mangle and doff a cap to flamenco, dub disco, AOR pop, stoned West Coast rock, chugging Italo, lilting downtempo grooves, reggae, deep house, post-punk dub funk, and folksy pop, all whilst retaining their now familiar beach-friendly sound. Station's greatest moment, though, is "Who", a blindingly good - and suitably baggy - cover of Odyssey's 1974 Balearic anthem of the same name.
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