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Riod
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Riod (12")
Cat: TRESOR 284. Rel: 28 Mar 16
Techno
  1. Riod (9:14)
  2. Riod (version) (8:50)
Review: Some of the less charitable critics out there referred to Juan Atkins and Mortiz Van Oswald's side-project as 'boredomland'. While the pair's debut album under this name was a largely sedate affair, on the evidence of this single, they will be opting for a more engaging approach for the follow-up. It's not hard to hear both producers' influence on "Riod"; Van Oswald's love of layered textures and hollowed out drums comes up against Atkins's vivid melodies and synths from outer space. On the alternate version they venture even farther down the dreamy route, with hypnotic chords guiding the way.
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Body Reflections Pt 1
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Cat: TRESOR 290. Rel: 24 Feb 17
 
Techno
From The Far Future (repress)
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Cat: TRESOR 141. Rel: 31 Oct 16
Techno
  1. Running Time (3:53)
  2. The Bionic Man (remix) (3:38)
  3. Early Space Pioneers (3:56)
  4. Track 4 (4:40)
  5. One Bedroom Apartment (7:23)
  6. Detroit Express (5:09)
  7. Reasons (vocal mix) (4:32)
  8. Bonus Beat (remix) (4:45)
  9. Hard Times (4:24)
  10. What Up (bonus 7") (4:01)
  11. Shuffle All Circuits (bonus 7") (4:16)
Review: Detroit legend Terrence Dixon's year 2000 opus entitled From The Far Future receives a repress on the home of true techno: Berlin's Tresor. Hailed as one of the key proponents of The Motor City's minimal sound alongside Robert Hood and Daniel Bell, Dixon's stripped, cyclical and soulful productions offered up on this album are viewed by many of his fans as some of his finest moments. There are some skillfully executed tracks on this album. There is of course the bleepy funk functionality of "The Bionic Man", the dusty sci-fi stomp of "One Bedroom Apartment" and the emotively uplifting shuffle of "Hard Times" among many other gems. Definitely one for the heads!
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Neptune's Lair
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Cat: TRESOR 10129. Rel: 24 May 10
Electro
  1. Temple Of Dos De Aqua (intro)
  2. Species Of The Pod
  3. Andrean Sand Dunes
  4. Running Out Of Space
  5. Habitat 'O' Negative
  6. Universal Element
  7. Drifting Into A Time Of No Future
  8. Polymono Plexusgel
  9. Surface Terrestrial Colonization
  10. Funk Release Valve
  11. Organic Hydropoly Spores
  12. Draining Of The Tanks
  13. Devil Ray Cove
  14. Fusion Flats
  15. Triangular Hydrogen Strain
  16. Oxyplasmic Gyration Beam
  17. Quantum Hydrodynamics
  18. Lost Vessel
  19. Bottom Feeders
  20. Jazzy Fluids
  21. C To The Power Of X + C To The Power Of X = MM = Unknown
Review: Generally regarded as one of the best electro albums ever, Drexciya’s Neptunes Lair is a landmark piece of music - 21 tracks of exploratory electronica from 1999, excavated from the Tresor vault. Drexciya - aka James Stinson and Gerald Donald - formed close ties with Underground Resistance and Submerge crews, with their Detroit roots coming through in the jazz and techno feel to many of the tracks. This album still fetches a tidy dollar on Discogs, and its emergence into the digital realm is the cause of pant-wetting excitement at Juno Download. Big tip.
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Vibrations
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Vibrations (3xLP)
Cat: TRESOR 287. Rel: 13 Jun 16
Techno
  1. Initial Sense (7:30)
  2. Foreplay (5:08)
  3. Steel Drums (take 2)
  4. Transient
  5. Multiply
  6. Funky Datas
  7. Vibrations
  8. Meta Jam
  9. Same Where, Different When
  10. Jungle Electronique
  11. Fear Is Gone
Review: France's reputation for underground techno is on the rise and this new album from Marcelus won't do it any harm. The Parisian producer has already a string of acclaimed releases on Tresor and Deeply Rooted House, and Vibrations showcases his ability to craft killer, purist grooves. "Forplay" and "Steel Drums (Take 2)" are heads down, tribal rollers that will cause chaos on the dance floor, while "Transient" is a dense, drum track that takes its cues from the Lost / Cosmic strain of 90s techno. On "Multiply", Marcelus flirts with the legacy of Sativa and Dave Tarrida to create an unpredictable, sprawling groove. In between these pillars of functionality and wild abstraction Marcelus also delivers the introspective "Initial Sense" and the loose house groove of "Funky Datas". It's one of the bravest techno works of 2016.
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Four Sides Of Truth EP
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Cat: TRESOR 286. Rel: 23 May 16
Techno
  1. Four Sides Of Truth (7:24)
  2. Point To The Sun (3:03)
  3. Self Doubt Is Worthless (5:35)
  4. Morse (Kamikaze Space Programme remix) (6:42)
Kern Vol 3: The Exclusives
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  1. Clatterbox - "Aspect Ratio" (5:41)
  2. Shanti Celeste - "Lights" (4:52)
  3. Polzer - "Static Rectifier" (4:56)
  4. Via App - "From Across The Room" (3:44)
Review: To complement Objekt's masterful 36-track session for their irregular Kern mix series, Tresor have put out two self-explanatory 12" samplers. Kern Vol. 3: The Exclusives sees contributions from accomplished electro technicians Clatterbox and Polzer as well as Bristol's rising Shanti Celeste and Via App of 1080p fame. "Aspect Ratio" from Clatterbox and Celeste's understandably incandescent "Lights" both feature in a movement on the mix that is a real highlight of Kern Vol. 3, but DJs will be happy both have been pressed her for full club play. On the B-side, the swift and snappy metallic tunnelling of Polzer's "Static Rectifier" could be mistaken for an angry DJ Stingray, whilst Via App's "From Across The Room (Edit)" is a more playful, if pensive affair.
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Shadow Boat EP
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Cat: TRESOR 288. Rel: 28 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Shadow Boat (8:17)
  2. Bay Rouge (4:47)
  3. Harbor Chart (4:51)
Review: Tresor really are a special label. Almost thirty years in the business, and still dominating like no other imprint on the techno scene. This is because they have the power to bring in the very best of artists, with this latest re-appearance from Porter Ricks being one of the many examples of their timeless qualities. The Berlin duo made their name thanks to a succession of incredible releases for Chain Reaction, a Basic Channel sub-label that brought the experimental dub frame to the techno sphere; the project has always been a favourite of ours, and it's so pleasing to hear them doing what they do best. "Shadow Boat" is classic Porter Ricks, a glitchy, intricate dub-techno monster whose 4/4 beat is hidden among the myriad of sonics and harmonics bundled into a tight roll, and the same goes for "Bay Rouge" and its slower, more placid cascade of heartical melodies. "Harbour Chart" is the final call, a downtempo beauty that makes all other ambient seem sterile and lifeless. This is so highly recommended...
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Basictonalvocabulary
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Cat: TRESOR 10073LP. Rel: 25 Oct 10
Techno
  1. Intro
  2. First
  3. Krautrock
  4. Movement
  5. 9 Hours Into The Future
  6. Depart
  7. Rotunda
  8. Waiting
  9. Scourn
  10. Waiting
Balance Remakes
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Cat: TRESOR 95. Rel: 28 Sep 15
Techno
  1. Box (version II) (4:45)
  2. Set One (version II) (4:55)
  3. Dialogue (Mick Harris remake) (7:39)
Review: One reissue for the heads right here! Some sturdy remakes of tracks from Anthony Child's 1998 album Balance, and they're all as fierce as you'd imagine. "Box (Version II)" is a relentless thrasher with walls of muted snares. "Set One (Version II)" is typical Surgeon; a grating body basher with an offbeat that eventually locks into the 4/4 as all hell breaks loose! Scorn's Mick Harris gives "Dialogue" a typically sinister overhaul; it's a stunning experimental soundscape with a dense and persisting sub bass supporting some seriously futuristic glitches.
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Played by: Vidinovski
Force & Form Remakes (remastered)
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Cat: TRESOR 116. Rel: 18 Jan 16
Techno
  1. Force (Surgeon remake 1) (5:28)
  2. Force (Surgeon remake 2) (4:29)
  3. Force (Mick Harris remake) (11:20)
Force & Form (remastered)
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Force & Form (remastered) (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: TRESOR 117. Rel: 01 Feb 16
Techno
  1. Remnants Of What Once Was: The Hollow Men/Ice (9:50)
  2. Black Jackal Throwbacks (11:48)
  3. Returning To The Purity Of Current (8:23)
  4. At The Heart Of It All (10:44)
Played by: Kaelan
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Dreamy Harbor
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VARIOUS
Cat: TRESOR 291LP. Rel: 17 Feb 17
 
Techno
Played by: Regen
Dreamy Harbor
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Dreamy Harbor (unmixed CD)
Cat: TRESOR 291CD. Rel: 13 Feb 17
Techno
  1. Shao - "Sensi" (edit)
  2. Terrence Dixon - "The Switch" (edit)
  3. Juan Atkins & Moritz Von Oswald - "Electric Dub" (edit)
  4. Monic - "What Lies Behind Us"
  5. TV Victor - "La Beff"
  6. Donato Dozzy - "The Night Rider"
  7. Claudia Anderson - "Phase"
  8. Jon Hassell - "Timeless"
  9. Marcellus - "Odawah Jam" (edit)
  10. Daughter Produkt - "Direction Asymmetry"
Review: Dreamy Harbor may be loosely tied into Tresor's 25th birthday celebrations, but for the most part it looks to the future. While there are a smattering of re-edits of previous releases - a cut-down version of Juan Atkins and Moritz von Oswald's "Electric Dub" being the most notable - the vast majority of the material is new and previously unheard. For the most part, the cuts are warm, spacey, melodious, intoxicating and pleasingly psychedelic, with even the compilation's occasional forthright moments - see Donato Dozzy's acid-fired "The Night Rider" - being trippy rather than banging. It's an approach the guarantees quality results, including standout moments from Monic, TV Victor, John Hassell and Daughter Produkt.
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Archiv # 08
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Archiv # 08 (double 12")
Cat: TRESOR 263. Rel: 07 Oct 13
Techno
  1. Mar's Bar
  2. On The Hook
  3. Bullwalk
  4. Alright
  5. Alright (Blake Baxter Tresor mix)
  6. Alright (Surgeon Keith 4 Nat mix)
Review: Resurrected from its period of dormancy in requisite fashion with some prime Audiotech material from Juan Atkins, Tresor's Archiv series now turns to Greek producer Savvas Ysatis for Archiv #08. It's been some fourteen years and 145 releases since Ysatis first appeared on Tresor and his turn out for the Archiv series sees the spotlight fall on four re-mastered originals and two remixes that were previously released around the turn of the century. Known for his recent collaborative work with Taylor Dupree, three of Ysatis' six tracks - "Mar's Bar", "On The Hook" and "Bullwark" - that appear on Archiv #08 have been cherry picked from the two albums he released on Tresor in 1999 and 2001, while side-C and side-D of the double vinyl package house the Alright EP which featured remixes from Blake Baxter and Surgeon's dubby and melodic Keith 4 Nat Mix.
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Played by: Montel, Henry Chow, Doo
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