Skip Navigation

USD dropdown
    Release Date
  • Forthcoming
  • Last Month
  • Last Year
Items 1 to 12 of 12 on page 1 of 1
Shifting States EP
 Add to cart
 in stock $9.11
Cat: TOKEN 34. Rel: 07 Oct 13
  1. Modular Framework
  2. Displacer
  3. Displacer (Sleeparchive version 1)
  4. Displacer (Sleeparchive version 2)
Review: It's been a busy year for Belgian imprint Token with killer EPs coming from Rodhad, Xhin, Inigo Kennedy and the impending album from O [Phase]. Ctrls now presents his third EP for the label and matches his Northern Structures studio buddy Lasse Buhl with solo releases this year. As usual Ctrls has his Vermona drum machine cranking full tilt with the two tracks "Modular Framework" and "Displacer", with the latter reworked twice by Sleeparchive who turns it into something a little more stripped back and caustic. The Token techno machine marches on!
Read more
 Add to cart
 in stock $10.62
Nonuser (12")
Cat: TOKEN 60. Rel: 18 Apr 16
  1. Vocabulary (5:52)
  2. Nonuser (6:12)
  3. The Wave (6:47)
Played by: Black asteroid
Review: Token has been home to all of CTRLS work since he appeared in 2012, and Nonuser solidifies what has been a very fruitful relationship. The follow up to 2015's Users (it's not hard to see a pattern emerging), it starts with "Vocabulary". Tight, steely rhythms provide a basis for bleak synths that break and burst like grey waves against a harbour wall. The title track is more of a heads-down affair, as the Danish producer realises his vision for looped techno, albeit one where razor sharp hats and a bleating siren cut through the dense rhythms. Finally, there's a deeper track, "The Wave". Based on a dense, percussive groove, those incremental progressions up and down the melody scale that will set spines tingling.
Read more
Eschaton II
e-mail me when released
coming soon $9.41
Cat: TOKEN 61. Rel: 06 May 16
  1. Deus Irae
  2. Those Who Obey
  3. Answer My Prayer
  4. No Other Gods Before Me
Played by: 3.14
Sex & Violins
 Add to cart
 in stock $8.80
Cat: TOKEN 8. Rel: 01 Sep 08
  1. Sex & Violins (original mix)
  2. Sex & Violins (Surgeon remix)
 Add to cart
 in stock $9.41
Cathedral (12")
Cat: TOKEN 27. Rel: 28 Jan 13
  1. Cathedral
  2. Chamber
  3. Accordion
Review: Inigo Kennedy's last record for Token was a definite record of two halves, with one track providing severe, Berghain ready techno, and the other providing ghostly melodies with echoes of Aphex Twin. It's a similarly engaging story on Cathedral, with the title track providing a fierce breakbeat together with a cavernous harpsichord melody, and though it may not seem like the most obvious of combinations, its pulsing bass undercurrent ensures Kennedy's usual power is not diminished. "Chamber" plays things slightly straighter, providing a more forceful dancefloor cut imbued with gentle hints of dub techno that bristle with the producer's usual freshness, while "Accordion" completes things with another subtly melodic cut filled with unpredictability, as stuttering drums are surrounded by synths that seem to fade in and out of view. Kennedy has gone from strength to strength with each release and this record is no different.
Read more
 Add to cart
 in stock $19.41
Vaudeville (2xLP + CD)
Cat: TOKEN 43LP. Rel: 09 Jun 14
  1. Narrative
  2. Birth
  3. Requiem
  4. Plaintive
  5. Vallecula
  6. Winter
  7. Aleph
  8. NGC5128
  9. Narrative
  10. Birth
  11. Requiem
  12. Plaintive
  13. Vallecula
  14. Winter
  15. Aleph
  16. NGC5128
Review: This fourth album from British techno veteran Inigo Kennedy - his first since 2010's decidedly ambient September Pieces - has something of a "catch-all" feel. You see, Vaudeville refuses to stick to one sound, style or groove, instead referencing the many styles of techno and experimental electronic music that have inspired the popular producer over the course of his 18-year career. So, there are murky, IDM-inspired techno floor fillers (the melodious but faintly foreboding "Requiem"), early British psychedelic techno ("Plaintive"), dense, darkroom grooves ("Vallecula"), classic Yorkshire bleep and bass ("Petrichor"), Kompakt-ish organic techno ("Winter"), and spooky, droning ambience ("Narrative").
Read more
e-mail me when released
coming soon $TBA
NGC EP (12")
Cat: ??. Rel: 03 Jun 16
Tunnel Vision
 Add to cart
 in stock $9.41
Cat: TOKEN 52. Rel: 27 Apr 15
  1. Tunnel Vision (7:02)
  2. Internal Conflicts (acts 1-3) (10:16)
Review: Tunnel Vision sees one of the Token label's main artists in O [Phase] return with some welcome new material, Ashley Burchett's first full release in almost a year. At two tracks deep, this 12" is geared purely for the deepest recesses of time in your club of choice as O [Phase] carves out some extended dark productions. There's an unstoppable forward momentum to "Tunnel Vision" as the thick low end and jagged percussion surge ever onwards, whilst "Internal Conflict (Acts 1-3)" might well be Burchett's craftiest production yet as Burchett draws out an increasingly torturous acid riff over ten minutes.
Read more
Alone In Time?
 Add to cart
 in stock $23.98
Alone In Time? (3xLP + CD)
Cat: TOKEN 057LP. Rel: 02 Nov 15
  1. Specialize (6:15)
  2. Orbitron (7:41)
  3. Increment (6:50)
  4. Blind Eye (6:35)
  5. Nep-tune (6:41)
  6. Alone In Time? (6:02)
  7. The Maze (9:50)
  8. Remote (6:29)
  9. Mo_del (4:34)
  10. R-Mash (8:10)
  11. Astryx (5:41)
  12. Specialize
  13. Orbitron
  14. Increment
  15. Blind Eye
  16. Nep-tune
  17. Alone In Time
  18. The Maze
  19. Remote
  20. Mo_del
  21. R-Mash
  22. Astryx
Review: It's some 15 years since Ashley Burchett first donned the O (Phase) moniker to lay down some surging London techno for Cosmic Records. A decade and a half on, he continues to impress with the moodiness and atmospheric intent of his hypnotic dancefloor concoctions. There's much to enjoy on this second full-length - his debut album, Frames Of Reference, dropped in 2013 - from the intergalactic electronics and Drexciyan beats of "Remote", and the looped marimba melodies and sludgy pulse of the title track, to the bleak, ghostly hypnotism of "Increment", and hustling broken techno of "Nep-Tune". This is proper techno for the dancefloor, with enough subtle variations and neat ideas to please all but the pickiest of listeners.
Read more
 Add to cart
 in stock $9.70
Haumea (12")
Cat: TOKEN 47 . Rel: 29 Sep 14
  1. Haumea
  2. Haumea (O Phase Satellite mix)
  3. Haumea (Dirt mix)
Review: After the success of Rodhad's Token debut, Spomeniks, it was only a matter of time before we saw the much-loved German return to the bustling Token, and for lovers of techno made to be played in a power plant this record is a no-brainer. Rodhad provides two versions of Humea, and the first is deep and bleepy with hi-hats that cut straight through the mix, while the dirt mix is heavier in bass with bleeps that are scattered not singular. Meanwhile label mainstay Phase provides this release with the one remix, which as you can expect is complimentary to the original and sleek as always with a nifty surprise breakdown.
Read more
Fixed Action Pattern
 Add to cart
 in stock $9.70
Cat: TOKEN 46. Rel: 25 Aug 14
  1. Fixed Action Pattern
  2. Fixed Action Pattern (dub)
Review: ** REPRESS ** It seems like the last few months of 2014 are going to be quite big for a newly bearded up Surgeon with a series of enticing looking reissues of 90s material under the SRX banner due to commence soon, as well as an incoming British Murder Boys retrospective on DNS. First up, the UK techno legend makes his debut proper on Token with Fixed Action Pattern, a two-track 12? of distorted, broken beat techno tailor-made for the Belgian label. Essentially two variants of the same track, the A Side original is exactly the sort of searing, peak time wall shaker you'd expect when Surgeon meets Token, and it's complemented nicely by a B Side dub version that the label quite aptly compare to Lee Scratch Perry dabbling in industrial electronics.
Read more
 Add to cart
 in stock $14.27
Aphelion (unmixed CD)
Cat: TOKEN 48CD. Rel: 17 Nov 14
  1. A Phase - "Insectoid"
  2. Lucy - "Sana Sana Sana Cura Cura Cura"
  3. Ctrls - "X Y"
  4. Rodhad - "Haumea"
  5. Planetary Assault Systems - "The 808 Track" (parts 1 & 2)
  6. James Ruskin - "No Trace"
  7. Surgeon - "Fixed Action Pattern"
  8. Inigo Kennedy - "Arcing"
  9. Karenn - "Pace Yourself"
Review: Over the past two years, Belgian techno imprint Token has grown to become a label of importance equivalent to the likes of Delsin and Ostgut Ton. Aphelion is the label's second multi-artist collection, and gathers together exclusive and unreleased material from some of the scene's heaviest hitters. Lucy, Planetary Assault Systems and Surgeon are all present, with the latter's surging, sci-fi themed "Fixed Action Pattern" being one of the CD's clear highlights. To be fair, the quality threshold is high throughout, with the loose, acid-flecked bounce of James Ruskin's "No Trace" and Inigo Kennedy's "Arcing" - all locked-in Jeff Mills rhythms and glacial melodies - standing out.
Read more
Items 1 to 12 of 12 on page 1 of 1
Monthly payment
Number of monthly payments
Cash price
Deposit to pay
Loan amount
Loan repayment
Cost of loan
Total amount payable

Only available to UK residents over 18, subject to terms and conditions. More info here.

These rates of finance are based on this specific product and can be applied for once this item has been added to the cart. Adding other products to your cart may change the rate of finance or deposit required.

Checkout and apply for finance now