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The Lifesaver Compilation
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  1. Roman Flugel - "More Is Not Enough (Heaven Or Hell?)"
  2. Lauer - "Hector"
  3. San Laurentino - "Final Landing"
  4. Tuff City Kids - "People Is A Crackhead" (Tuff Hamlet riddim)
Review: Established as a record label some four years ago, Live At Robert Johnson have really come to the fore as representing the best of contemporary European deep house alongside the likes of Dial and Running Back. Here, the Frankfurt institution returns to their recent triumphant Lifesaver compilation with this addendum 12" release featuring the productions from Roman Flugel, Lauer, San Laurentino and Tuff City Kids. Flugel opens proceedings with the rough and moody "More Is Not Enough" which brandishes a beat that can't help but get in your face. This is complemented by the calmer, sumptuous New Beat stylings of Lauer's "Hector" and the richly colourful "Final Landing" from San Laurentino. "People Is A Crackhead (Tuff Hamlet Riddim)" is not only the best track title in a hot minute but yet another original dancefloor slayer from Gerd Janson and Lauer's Tuff City Kids, opting for the Germanic digi dub meets tuff house route.
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Textures Vol 2
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  1. Alexandra Gardner - "Neotropical" (5:54)
  2. GnuTron - "Stalactite" (5:52)
  3. Quench Inclusion - "Fire In Reverse Motion" (3:45)
  4. Mystery Machine - "Shrinkwrap" (4:17)
  5. Loner 9 - "Please" (4:49)
  6. Quench Inclusion - "Angel Alaska" (4:44)
  7. Q-Bik - "Space-E Dub" (4:02)
One Voice: A Dog Named Gucci (Soundtrack) (Record Store Day 2016)
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  1. One Voice (3:52)
  2. One Voice (acoustic) (3:29)
  3. One Voice (instrumental) (4:13)
People Talk
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DOC
Cat: DOC 6. Rel: 27 Jul 15
  1. People Talk (original) (6:51)
  2. People Talk (acapella) (3:37)
Review: Brazilian tech house up and comer L_cio, known to his Mum as Laercio Schwantes Iorio finally gets his day on wax with this new one on the DOC label. On the A-side is "People Talk" with pop induced tech house reminiscent of the Kompakt style, moody as hell and big on atmosphere with uber cool male vocals courtesy of Japan based Brit Aroop Roy. On the flip is the accapella but it's more of a beatless version, keeping the druggy mesmerising melody and said uber cool vocals by Roy. A fine little 7" nugget from DOC.
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Saviour EP
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Saviour EP (12")
Cat: MTR 018. Rel: 17 Nov 14
  1. Saviour
  2. Things
  3. Belong
  4. Stand Bold
Crocodiles In The Ceiling
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L/F/D/M
Cat: E 019. Rel: 28 Mar 16
  1. Lego Train Crashes (4:36)
  2. Elek F (3:54)
  3. Take A Chance (6:32)
  4. Rum & Black (4:45)
Review: When not collaborating with former Factory Floorer Dominic Butler as the charmingly titled Green Gums or Bronze Teeth respectively, Richard Smith finds a fitting home for his solo L/F/D/M work on Alessio Natalizia aka Not Waving's Ecstatic imprint. There's "Lego Train Crashes" on the A side: this is tough and noisy arpeggio driven techno done properly, placing him up there with masters of the art like Silent Servant and Frak. "Elek F" is straight up Drexciyan electro-funk, but truly one of the better tributes we've heard to the aesthetic in a while. On the flip there's "Take A Chance" and just like its namesake you could really. It's the most restrained effort on here but still pretty crunchy: good to use mid-set perhaps? Finally "Rum & Black" is the kind of crusty and overdriven lo-fi nastiness which has landed him releases for Glaswegian noise merchants Clan Destine Traxx recently.
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Sphynx
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Sphynx (12")
Cat: ZOD 005. Rel: 11 Jul 16
  1. Sphynx (5:43)
  2. Sphynx (instrumental version) (5:44)
Desert Television
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Desert Television (hand-numbered cassette + MP3 download code limited to 100 copies)
Cat: BNSD 011MC. Rel: 05 Oct 15
  1. Feu Pale (6:13)
  2. Road Snakes (4:26)
  3. Blind Sights Of The Diamond (6:14)
  4. The Blue Path (2:54)
  5. The Sun Is Folded In Eight (13:18)
Section 173.14
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  1. La Rusa Negra - "The Pavlovskian Mist"
  2. TPM - "Tiros Por Managua" (edit)
  3. El Duende - "Tainted Pencil Marks" (Infected by La Cucaracha Transparente)
  4. El Duende - "Tainted Pencil Marks"
  5. Rihyumba (El Gangulero) - "Te Para Morir"
  6. El Brujo Oscuro - "Macumba" (The Pirate-Radio mix)
Played by: Marcelo Tavares
Agraphobia Relapse
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Agraphobia Relapse (double 12")
Cat: ASGDE 008. Rel: 09 Nov 15
  1. Agraphobia (remastered) (9:05)
  2. Agraphobia (Plaid remix) (5:35)
  3. Agraphobia (Ian O'Brien remix) (8:42)
  4. Agraphobia (Terrace remix) (8:11)
  5. Agraphobia (ADJ rework) (6:36)
  6. Agraphobia (Carl Finlow Transmogrify remix) (9:02)
Review: South London's LA Synthesis have been UK techno underdogs for enough years, and it was about time that someone revisited some of their sublime material. Anthony Gallagher and Carl Grant are the duo in question, and together they created "Agraphobia" - a total classic - which is retouched and reinterpreted herein by another bunch of heavy-hitters. Among the highlights is a remastered version of the original - still a gorgeous ride through techno, IDM, and d&b - a masterful, lo-fi remix by Plaid, a spectral version by Terrace, and ADJ's broken rework. This is a must for all fans of 90's material.
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Played by: Sync 24, Hhatri
Perhorresces
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Cat: HR 43. Rel: 30 May 16
  1. Perhorresce & Esclulent (9:01)
  2. Escutcheon (8:37)
  3. Atmadja Duma (6:59)
  4. Inosculatione (9:56)
Review: We were first made aware of Lack's music thanks to Rabih Beaini's excellent Morphine imprint - always a source of sonic quality - and the US artist has begun to catch the attention of other, like-minded label heads wanting something a little different in their catalogue. Labelled as 'non-music' or simply 'experimental', Lack's music is hard to pin down and define in words, but that is precisely what draws us closer to it. On this EP for Hot Releases, each one of these four magnetic slices of industrial-minded fuzz lives in a world of its own, suspended in mid-air by intricate twists of metallic tape, eerie background noises and a distinctive 'dub' feel. Let's put it this way, if King Tubby and Throbbing Gristle had ever met, this is what their minds could have looked like in the same studio...
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Landscape Of Open Eyes
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Landscape Of Open Eyes (limited 7" + MP3 download code)
Cat: IMMUNE 028-7. Rel: 26 May 14
  1. Lakes Of Grass & Gold - "Strands Of Grass/Wake"
  2. Lakes Of Grass & Gold - "Lament"
  3. Svarte Grenier - "Lightning" (cut)
Review: Reverb, sombre strings, a slight flamenco touch, dynamic range - something so often lost in today's music - together with the kind of heavy metal distortion you'd expect from a band like Mastodon is what makes this Landscape Of Open Eyes 7" such an intriguing and special release. Erik Enocksson introduces his new Lakes Of Grass And Gold project with the support of Digitalis Limited's Svarte Greiner (real name Erik K. Skodvin) and together the two have many years of abstract and acoustic experimentations behind them - if you're a fan of Roll The Dice, but after something with a harder edge, this is it.
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Played by: Kondaktor
Glasz EP
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Glasz EP (12")
UIQ
Cat: UIQ 005. Rel: 01 Aug 16
  1. All That Is Solid Melts Into Air (2:29)
  2. Remainder I (4:28)
  3. Glasz (5:42)
  4. Phaze (S_h_i_f_t) (3:08)
  5. Virtual Bodies (3:19)
Review: Glasgow's Lanark Artefax has been working at electronic music's fringes for some time, showcasing his peculiar brand of broken machine music via a number of self-released, digital-only EPs. The Glasz EP marks his first outing on wax, with Lee Gamble's UIQ offering a fitting home for his experimental, left-of-centre productions. Built around sparse but heavy electro rhythms and Autechre style beat manipulation - with a nod or two to the mutant R&B swing of local boys Rustie and Hudson Mohawke - each of the EP's five tracks pops and spits impressively. Yet despite the off-kilter, experimental nature of the drums, there's plenty of melodic beauty to be found throughout.
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Landside Part 2
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Cat: JT 005. Rel: 21 Sep 15
  1. Wasteland (4:16)
  2. Lost Soul (5:26)
  3. Wasteland (Extrawelt remix) (12:06)
  4. Lost Soul (Avatism remix) (5:37)
Many Faces Out Of Focus
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Cat: PICT 006R. Rel: 20 Oct 14
  1. Time Spike Jamz
  2. Quick Kiss
  3. Cousin If
  4. There Are Monsters In This Bed
  5. Sister Pick
  6. Time, Patience, Everything
Review: Brainfeeder regular Lapalux first came to light with the Many Faces Out Of Focus cassette release back in 2011. Now London label Pictures Music have decided to issue forth a vinyl edition to shed fresh light on the early productions, and with good reason. The style will be familiar territory for fans of Lapalux's dreamy constructions, with "Time Spike Jamz" and "Quick Kiss" in particular swirling in a reverie of blissful melodies played out by sumptuous piano, vocal and pads shredded into off-kilter downtempo grooves. There's a whisper of early mount Kimbie about the likes of "Sister Pick" with its dismembered RnB flow, but it's all shot through with that West coast flavour that would go on to shoot the British producer on to a global platform.
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Fourrure Sounds Vol 2
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Cat: ATN 027. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. Sound (5:34)
  2. Dispositions (6:07)
  3. Border (4:32)
  4. Ossature (3:44)
  5. Tunnel (6:44)
  6. Vitre (5:27)
Review: Stephane Laporte's Fourrure Sounds, released to critical acclaim back in 2014, was something of a lo-fi triumph. Recorded entirely at night, with a variety of old analogue synths and a battered old tape recorder, it saw the Domotic producer pay tribute to experimental French electronic music of the 1970s. This follow-up is almost as good, with Laporte drifting between throbbing, percussive fare (see "Dispositions"), Black Zone Myth Chant style madness ("Ossature"), fine cosmic workouts ("Tunnel"), and blissful, new age-inspired ambient concoctions ("Timre"). It's arguably a little more expansive in scope than its' predecessor, but no less entertaining for it. In fact, it's another must-check record from Antinote.
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Parallel EP
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Cat: HH 1222. Rel: 22 Feb 16
  1. Track 1 (16:47)
  2. Track 2 (9:52)
  3. Track 3 (7:12)
Review: One thing that Hidden Hawaii do well, apart from the sick beats, of course, is maintaining their artist's anonymity. Late Echo Express is a perfect example of this, and all we know about this mystery producer is that he's released one white label for the imprint's offshoot, SUB. Here, and across most of the EP, we're dropped headfirst into a dubbed-out swarm of lo-fi techno in "Track 1", a slow mechanical sway that becomes more glitchy and spaced-out on "Track 2". "Track 3", on the other hand, is a hollow blast of circling drones, wrapped together by a dusty layer of tape-machine echo. It's music borne out of pure improvisation, a bedroom DJ's dream come true. Spot on, as per usual.
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Lux Laze (Soundtrack)
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Lux Laze (Soundtrack) (hand-numbered 10" + poster + MP3 download code limited to 300 copies)
Cat: UTTER 1. Rel: 30 Nov 15
  1. I (Opener) (2:35)
  2. II (Chimes) (2:27)
  3. III (Running Theme) (1:50)
  4. IV (Main Theme) (3:07)
  5. V (Lost Track) (1:46)
Review: Utter is a (not so) new cross media platform from Alex Egan, one of London's finest selectors, and the debut release is something quite special indeed. Lux Laze is actually a reissue of a rare cassette only release from Jam City producer Jack Latham, consisting of music the artist composed for a short sci-fi film of the same name from respected filmographer Daniel Swan. The epitome of limited edition releases, the film itself was issued as a VHS, comic and DVD-R bundle with Latham's soundtrack released as a cassette run of just 50 copies. Given everything Latham has done as Jam City in the ensuing five years, the chance to revisit these five chilling soundscapes should not be passed up, and it's no surprise the presentation is fantastic.
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Mithra
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Mithra (limited grey vinyl 12")
Cat: PM 12. Rel: 24 Aug 15
  1. Mithra (v1) (5:00)
  2. La Tentation De Saint Antoine (v1) (4:09)
  3. Mithra (v2) (5:09)
  4. La Tentation De Saint Antoine (v2) (3:59)
Review: After his recent Cassettes reissue for France's impressive Serendip Lab stable, '80s electronic wizard Philippe Laurent resurfaces with new and exciting material on Peripheral Minimal, a young and vibrant imprint dealing in outsider electronics. Being a man of the arts, both physical and musical, Laurent's new music is full of movement and geometry, but unlike his older material, "Mithra (v1)" leans more towards contemporary techno terrains, boasting a straight techno kick surrounded by wonky flurries of melodies. The same goes for "La Tentation De Saint Antonie", a club-filtered synth pop monster, along with the more anthemic "Mithra (v2)". The second version of "La Tentation" enters a Kraftwerk-like world where robotic voices mould with fluid sonics and an electro groove. Impressive.
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Played by: Jonny 5
Wat Wat Wat?
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Wat Wat Wat? (7" picture disc)
Cat: DYMAX 103. Rel: 04 Aug 14
  1. Demonia Machina
  2. Les Animaux
  3. Wat Watwat (Happy With A Haggis)
  4. Inga Woding
No Tomorrow
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No Tomorrow (limited 7")
Cat: DWJUKE 4. Rel: 23 Nov 15
  1. No Tomorrow (feat Pawws) (4:27)
  2. No Tomorrow (instrumental) (4:27)
Neue Welt
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Neue Welt (7")
Cat: N 45. Rel: 08 Feb 16
  1. Neue Welt (3:38)
  2. Lenity (3:13)
Ekom Axpe
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Ekom Axpe (12")
Cat: ZHARK 019. Rel: 22 Sep 03
  1. Prox-yde
  2. Kats Na*e
  3. Blok-yme
  4. Apo-g
Roman Flugel & Benedikt Frey Remixes
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  1. Loose Life (Roman Flugel remix) (5:35)
  2. Similar Familiar (Benedikt remix) (6:09)
Review: Lea Porcelain, the new wave retroverts from Frankfurt am Main could very well be the next big thing that you've never heard of. The original version of "Loose Life" itself is quite difficult to locate on the interwebs but we're sure it's hard to compete with local legend Roman Flugel's slow burning remix on offer here. Darmstadt's finest Benedikt Frey is onboard too, giving "Similar Familiar" a makeover that's as unique as pretty much all his other work: part techno, part cosmic or even industrial. It's brooding, wall of sound guitars and vocals drowned in reverb battle it out against pounding 909 snare attacks and screeching synth leads. Awesome!
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Played by: Benjamin Fröhlich
Private Plane (reissue)
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Cat: DE 088. Rel: 04 May 15
  1. Private Plane (3:58)
  2. International (4:02)
  3. King Of Sham (3:56)
  4. Saving Grace (5:26)
Review: Damn! Dark Entries are on a roll! Their latest reissue is of Scotland's Thomas Leer, an early 80's independent artist who recorded "Private Plane" in his bedroom using an extremely limited set-up...the prototypical '80s experimental kid! The tune is dreary, funky and on the abstract side all at the same time, but our favourite is actually "International" thanks to its wonky groove, driving percussion stabs and bursts of distorted jazz flute. On the B-side there's also "Saving Grace", a more poppy affair in that inimitable 80's Karate Kid flair...highly recommended, a 12" worthy of a reissue.
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Usi & Costumi
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Cat: MARMO 4. Rel: 15 Jun 15
  1. Mama (6:00)
  2. Usi E Costumi (4:09)
  3. Roswell Stomp (4:01)
  4. Drop Ya Hat (5:39)
  5. Crocky (4:39)
  6. Ghostly Haze (4:53)
Roadside Picnic
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Cat: ELSW 001. Rel: 11 Mar 02
  1. 2Fly
  2. Crystal Haze
  3. The Zone
  4. Twisted Dreams
False Idols
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Cat: LAMOUR 021CD. Rel: 05 Oct 15
  1. Night Dive
  2. False Idols
  3. Story Of A Giant
  4. Lejonkulan
  5. Akta Dig Fur Maran
Strange Waters
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Strange Waters (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: AENT 026. Rel: 27 Jul 15
  1. Stranger (4:31)
  2. Soups & Records (5:25)
  3. Stranger (Noun remix) (4:29)
  4. Water In Your Hands (4:02)
  5. Stranger (Digital South remix) (5:01)
Uncanny Valley
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Uncanny Valley (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: DVSN 025. Rel: 21 Sep 15
  1. Slip (4:15)
  2. Bare (4:13)
  3. Home (4:03)
  4. Real (2:43)
  5. Perfect Mistake (4:19)
  6. I Need (3:32)
Op 80530 (remixes)
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  1. James Cargill - "Op 80530" (James Cargill remix)
  2. Sculpture - "Op 80530" (Dan Hayhurst remix)
  3. Jonathan Coleclough - "Op 80530" (Jonathan Coleclough remix)
  4. Colin Potter - "Op 80530" (Colin Potter remix)
  5. Andrew Liles - "Op 80530 (From Here To Eternity)" (Andrew Liles remix)
Memory Jacket
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Cat: DUB 004. Rel: 02 Mar 15
  1. Memory Jacket
  2. Memory Jacket (Madteo Tutto Nero remix)
Review: Semtek's Don't Be Afraid imprint returns with a rather special little two-tracker for the Dubs series. Mystery producer Lily - who has quietly appeared on Spargel Trax, No Corner and Idle Hands in the past - drops "Memory Jacket, one of the strangest and most daring five minutes to emanate from the Bristol-based imprint. The tune is a stuttering, pseudo-house joint filled with flurries of FX and resembling something more like a post-punk B-side than a club number. Strangely enough, it's NY's Madteo who is the one to re-arrange the track back into some sort of regular shape and the Queens-based goes for a truly 'insider' house approach, where a stumbling 4/4 groove meets deadly, club-ready chords. Warmly recommended.
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Boot Break EP
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Cat: FW 028. Rel: 18 Mar 13
  1. Able To Touch
  2. Boot Break
  3. When Is The Day
  4. Boot Break (Mike Dehnert remix)
Played by: Ben Sims, Ka§par
Intentions & Variations
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Cat: MORR 143EP. Rel: 11 Apr 16
  1. Intentions & Variations (6:36)
  2. Sleeping Pauper (5:01)
  3. Unyielding Rocks (5:08)
  4. With A Murmur (5:39)
  5. Eternal Weaver (4:07)
Attachment
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Attachment (12")
Cat: CDS 003. Rel: 15 Feb 16
  1. Thuril Whir (6:51)
  2. Blue (4:22)
  3. Jezmonite (4:40)
  4. Canthem (5:17)
Review: After a string of wild and diverse appearances for Get Some and Gaia Sound, respectively, the multi-talented enigma of an artist, that is Ling, lands on PAN and Visionist's ever compelling Codes for something totally different to his previous works, and very much up our end of the block. "Thuril Whir" is a mechanical sort of beast that sits somewhere in the middle of bass, broken beat, and noise, and "44 Blue" jerks and stutters its rattling shreds of percussion all over the place, before being swallowed whole by a sea of meditative sonics. "Jezmonite", on the other hand, is murkier and that little but more sinister, whereas "Canthem" is an ode to grime, or rather a completely new and exciting interpretation of the genre. Sick.
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Open Close Open
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Open Close Open (clear vinyl 12'' + insert)
Cat: FRAUM 05. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Open (8:53)
  2. Close (7:12)
  3. Open (4:04)
  4. + (4:34)
Review: Robert Lippok's release momentum has been as sparse and airy as his music, but we still very much consider him to be on our A-list in terms of gifted producers. He has paved the way for many contemporary like-minded experimentalists, and this reissue of Open Close Open on Raum is a delightful, clear-vinyl throwback of the 2001 original that was out on Raster-Noton. "Open" is a glitchy, shape-shifting bop of subtle bleeps and distorted air, while "Close" is more orchestral in shape and mood thanks to its disparate bird calls and placid pads. The second chapter of "Open" is, once again, a delightfully glitchy piece of minimalism, and "+" drops a fine layer of dubby tones alongside screeching sonics. Highly recommended.
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Afire Afire
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Afire Afire (12" + inserts + sticker)
Cat: NEB 022. Rel: 18 Jul 16
  1. Mother (4:31)
  2. Afire Afire (3:18)
  3. Shame (3:52)
  4. Non Grata (4:02)
  5. Glasnost (4:41)
January Sun
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January Sun (12" + MP3 download code)
2MR
Cat: 2MR 011. Rel: 04 Apr 16
  1. Razrushitelniy Krug (5:23)
  2. Winds Of May (4:06)
  3. Sgoraet (5:19)
  4. January Sun (4:53)
  5. Otvechai Za Slova (3:20)
  6. April (acapella) (6:11)
  7. Razrushitelniy Krug (instrumental) (6:43)
Review: 2MR is a curious label, indeed. For starters, its founders Mike Simonetti and Mike Sniper have released just about all sorts of electronic music on it. The second release by Russian artist Kedr Livanskiy is just as nutty as her debut, except that this time we have even more sound experiments to play with. Mixing up lo-fi techno through the likes of "Razrushitelniy Krug" or "Winds Of May", together with grainy shades of house on "January Sun", and even broken-down echoes of post-hardcore with "Otvechai Za Slova" the artist has managed to create a truly captivating record, and perhaps also one of the freshest and most daring pieces of music that we've heard since the turn of the new year. Warmly recommended.
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Love In Hostile Area
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Cat: MARASM 30. Rel: 22 Dec 14
  1. LKPAS - "G 20"
  2. LKPAS - "About Love"
  3. LKPAS - "192014"
  4. ATRYS - "Anti-Sophia"
  5. ATRYS - "Mer Des Energies"
  6. ATRYS - "Romeo's Tapasy A"
You'll Be Safe Forever Remixes
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Cat: EMEG O162X. Rel: 03 Jun 13
  1. Fall For Me
  2. Do Not Fear
  3. Corporal Genesis
Live At Berlin Atonal 2015
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Cat: ATONAL 003. Rel: 01 Aug 16
  1. Andes (16:04)
  2. Himalaya (17:05)
Review: Two excerpts from Max Loderbauer and Jacek Sienkiewicz's live show from Berlin Atonal in 2015 performing a live premiere which took up where their last collaborative EP titled Ridges (on Sienkiewicz's Recognition imprint) left off. Accompanied by stunning greyscale visuals of mountain ranges by Pedro Maia, the duo's transcendental drone therapy built up to some intense and powerful moments. "Andes" features bizarre voices and chants over chilling and glacial electroacoustic experiments. While on the flip, "Himalaya" delves deeper into the snowy mountains where strong arctic winds go head to head with violent washes of feedback.
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Good News From Mars
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Good News From Mars (10" + MP3 download code)
Cat: FRIDG 013. Rel: 24 Nov 14
  1. Good News From Mars
  2. Blurred Vision
Relaxin' With Lolina
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Cat: LOL 001. Rel: 12 Oct 15
  1. Lolina (3:37)
  2. Miss Understood (3:45)
  3. Relaxx (3:07)
IIVA EP
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IIVA EP (12")
Cat: ACRE 051. Rel: 21 Jul 14
  1. IIVA (extended edit)
  2. TIIYL
  3. IIHX
  4. IIVA (NHK remix)
  5. IILTN
  6. FIISR
  7. RYIIG
Review: As one of the flagship artists for Black Acre in recent times, Loops Haunt is back once again with a five track EP that draws further on his penchant for densely layered electronica productions with a powerful bottom end and a keen ear for a fractured groove. "IVA" makes for a sterling start to proceedings, turning out a fuzzy and cosmically-enhanced take on electro with dynamic changes of scene and a weighty emotional load, before "TIIYL" takes things deeper into a twitching broken techno hoedown populated by scrapes of found sound and clattering organic percussion. "IVA" gets reworked by PAN artist NHK, who sends the track out to sea on a barge made of erratic bleeps and distant techno with a fittingly off-kilter end result.
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Played by: DNN
Zenith EP
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Zenith EP (12")
Cat: ACRE 038. Rel: 03 Dec 12
  1. Fathom
  2. Galleon
  3. Mun Rhul
  4. Zenith
  5. Dltfaypily
  6. Heal
  7. Hike
Review: Welcome to the spooky world of Loop Haunts where boundaries have no place. Mind blowing moments galore, we're first thrown deep inside a snare as the Scottish sound artist weaves uncompromising atmospheres over a challenging arrangement. The barbed mood set, "Zenith" then crashes down, smashing it to pieces with slamming jungle Amens and an almost carnivalesque groove. This is where the action begins in earnest as the likes of "Dltfaypily" takes the rhythmic narrative into intriguing territories that are at once euphoric and chilling while "Heal" offers a poignant sad smile that's not far off a Darkstar record. An exciting slice of experimental electronica.
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It's Hot
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It's Hot (12")
Cat: CHANNEL 054. Rel: 20 Jul 15
  1. It's Hot (Colombus Hotel mix) (7:34)
  2. It's Hot (bonus) (2:40)
  3. It's Hot (original) (3:18)
Review: The Loose Control Band, a duo made up of Jason Drummond and Jonah Sharp, are an American outfit that deal in everything from deep house to thrash metal. Yes, we know, that is kind of mad. Their latest single sees them return to the equally versatile and multi-faceted Golf Channel label, this time with the 12" single "It's Hot", starting with the punky, nowave Columbus Hotel mix, followed by an injection of tribal 808 beats on the B-side's Bonus mix, and the totally punked-out original version, a stuttering garage tune for the heads. This is seriously sick, don't miss it.
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EP 2
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EP 2 (12" + silk screened insert in a hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: AV 004. Rel: 15 Dec 14
  1. Flay's Gait
  2. Nice N Easy
  3. A Giant Blocks Out The Sun
  4. Saints Assembly
  5. Buffoons At The Wheel
  6. The Breakfast
Played by: Kenny Wisdom
Sine Studies 2
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Cat: JAZ 10. Rel: 14 Dec 15
  1. Pendulum (4:17)
  2. Serpens (2:56)
Review: We'd encountered Scott Morgan - also known as Loscil - not too long ago via a gorgeous string of releases on a variety of boutique labels dealing in earthly electronics and abstract sound design. He returns to the exclusive Jaz Records with the second instalment of Sine Studies, and the two pieces of music are every bit as magical and mystical as you'd imagine them to be. "Pendulum" is a beautiful sing-song made up of placid synth tones dangling in the air and moving back and forth, whereas "Serpens" strips the movement down to a slow-burning concoction of drones and ambience. It's surreal, ethereal and exactly the sort of thing we like to hear at this time of the year. Solid.
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Heterocetera
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Cat: TRIANGLE 30. Rel: 02 Mar 15
  1. Suspension (3:02)
  2. Heterocetera (4:47)
  3. Slay (4:10)
  4. Phlegm (5:16)
  5. Underneath (5:05)
Review: The first Tri Angle release of the year maintains the label's unerring knack for the now, presenting the debut release from Lotic. To the uninitiated, Lotic is the Texas-born, Berlin based producer whose role in the Janus collective alongside PAN man M.E.S.H. and Kablam has been making serious waves. Last year's Damsel In Distress mixtape, a mix of all-original material and twisted club refixes of tracks like Beyonce's "Drunk In Love" marked Lotic as a most interesting talent. Given the acclaim for Damsel In Distress, it is perhaps unsurprising Lotic has aligned with respected label Tri Angle for the five track EP Heterocetera. Lotic fans will recognise elements of the panic-stricken track from Damsel In Distress, though it appears in a new and improved form.
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Tingle
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Tingle (12" + postcard)
Cat: PAX 2021. Rel: 06 Jul 15
  1. Tingle (8:26)
  2. E7000 (12:20)
Review: Time 'Love' Lee has been spinning tunes and kicking ass since the late 1980's, and his first productions date back from the early 1990's. That's when he started Peace Feast, among other imprints like Tummy Touch and Boy Scout Recordings, and that's also when he started pushing his own particular brand of loose outsider house. Although the first Peace Feast is from 1994, the label's releasing schedule has been rather sparse and this latest bombshell is only number twenty-four in the series! "Tingle" is a beautifully symphonic piece of music, barely held together by a playful percussion and well-mannered swells of bass. The flip, "E7000" is similarly musical and rich in instrumentation, a true expedition into the ether. Cop!
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