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State Of Control EP
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State Of Control EP (12" + insert + sticker)
Cat: MONNOM 011. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. State Of Control (7:16)
  2. She Said Fuck People I Have Drugs (5:55)
  3. Emerald (6:34)
  4. Last Kiss Before Death (6:16)
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Aura
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Aura (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VR 002. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. Havantepe - "Phosphor"
  2. Low Orbit Satellite - "Twilight Stealth"
  3. RV800 - "Lost Reality"
  4. Mick Welch - "Ornate Trails"
Review: Verdant returns for a second round to explore more of that tender space between house and techno where the original machine soul spirit of Detroit rings out in every synth chime. Just listen to Havantepe's "Phosphor" if you need further proof. Low Orbit Satellite equally deals in luscious layers of harmony, from the languid chords to the chirpy acid lines and beyond. RV800 has a more mechanical outlook on "Lost Reality", channelling a little classic bleep energy but with a modern minimal veneer. Mick Welch rounds the EP off with a sublime trip through mellow techno sounds on "Ornate Trails".
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Overcome/Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)
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Cat: TR 11:11. Rel: 04 Sep 17
  1. Overcome (9:08)
  2. Lady Science (NYC Sunrise) (9:24)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: relik returns with a repackaged edition of one of the catalogue's most treasured releases. "Overcome" and "Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)" need little introduction, and now come sporting the new TR11:11 matrix number. Written and produced by Thomas Melchior and Baby Ford aka Soul Capsule, these tracks came from one of the many sessions recorded at the West London Ifach Studio in 1999. On the A Side "Overcome" is stripped back and energetic, driven by rolling and shuffling garage style beats, tight bubbling bass and atmospheric synth pads. The intermittent vocal samples and the release's signature organ set you up for the flip, "Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)". Possibly one of house music's most emotive pieces, the track builds slowly with the introduction of each part building a story of soulful optimism based around a sparse palette of deep synths, uplifting keys and warm analogue bass. The understated beauty of the main vocal riff never seems to grow old or tired with the track lending itself perfectly to either main room, peak-time play or after-hours sessions alike. Remastered by Rashad at D & M.
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Distant Systems
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Cat: FS 008. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Artifice 2 (7:25)
  2. Terrahawk (5:58)
  3. 3389 (6:59)
  4. East Is East (6:55)
Review: The resurgence of Derek Carr, a producer whose obscure early 2000s deep techno releases have long been held in high regard by collectors, has been heartening to see. His ongoing artistic rebirth continues here, as the Irishman pitches up on FireScope with four more immaculate compositions. He begins by joining the dots between classic intelligent techno and bustling electro on attractive opener "Artifice 2", before necking a boot load of anti-depressants and laying down a sparkling chunk of melodious, outer-space warmth ("Terrahawk"). Over on the flipside, Carr wraps gentle acid lines and high register electronics around a hybrid analogue deep house/Motor City techno groove ("3 3 8 9"), before imaging a utopian world fuelled by classic Japanese techno and Larry Heard style beauty ("East is East"). In other words, it's another superb EP of superior melodious techno.
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Inti
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Inti (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ISS 002. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. Inti (5:24)
  2. Kappelberg Chant (5:34)
  3. Routine (5:41)
  4. Skreet Lvl Dub (4:27)
Review: Having set our world alight with his third Ilian Tape 12", 2012, back in the spring, Munich man Skee Mask delivers another essential collection of loose-limbed, broken techno workouts. Typically, he's on point from the word go, enveloping swinging, off-kilter techno breakbeats with swirling chords and cascading melodies on brilliant opener "Inti". His love of African-influenced polyrhythms is explored further on the ghostly, percussion-rich club cut "Kappelberg Chant" (which, incidentally, makes great use of choral chants), while "Routine" is a warm, loved-up and evocative tribute to rave-era British breakbeat-house. His debt to British dance music's formative years also comes to the fore on killer proto-jungle jam "Skreet Lvl Dub".
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Played by: Tripeo
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Acid Stomp
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Acid Stomp (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MB 01. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Robin Ball - "Acid Stomp"
  2. Robin Ball - "Acid Duck"
  3. Robin Ball & Neil Tibbetts - "Sqolch" (Robin Ball remix)
  4. MVDC - "Back In The Dayz"
Review: The Memory Box parties have been celebrating the classic foundations of acid house for some time, and now they've launched a label to push their love of squelchy 303 even further. Robin Ball steps up for the first release with some classic examples of how to ride the well-worn machine and keep it sounding fresh like the first rays of morning through the warehouse window. "Acid Stomp" needs little explanation - it teases with some subdued 303 warbles before the real meat of the track kicks in and the frequency starts freaking. "Acid Duck" is a more reduced affair, while collaboration with Neil Tibbetts "Sqolch" works a few deep house elements into the mix. MVDC finish the EP off with the abrasive, grungy thrust of "Back In The Dayz".
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Played by: NightMoves
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Not Phazed EP
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Cat: APRON 33. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Not Phazed (4:55)
  2. Gut Bounce (4:58)
  3. Blue Visions (5:01)
  4. Underground Sky (3:27)
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HS 001
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HS 001 (12")
Cat: HS 001. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Randomer - "Myanmar" (5:15)
  2. Randomer - "Spooky Herrmann" (5:16)
  3. Clouds - "Overflow Ya" (4:51)
  4. Clouds - "Nitrous & Oxide" (4:45)
Review: Clouds, Quail and Turtle inaugurate their new Headstrong imprint after a series of parties in Glasgow with the same name. As you can tell by the artists on on offer here: it's gonna be a pretty noisy affair. The A side features preferred special guest from London Randomer: who goes straight for the jugular on "Myanmar" galloping like a racehorse through your speakers and supported by immaculately programmed polyrhythms and druggy vocal loops. Unlike the previous title, it's actually "Spooky Hermann" that delves into the exotic; with its hypnotic tribal rhythms and Millsian melody that slowly and woozily drifts out of tune: very clever. On the flip, the Perth Drug Legends aka Clouds deliver the school yard anarchy of "Overflow Ya": a rapid fire attack to the senses, followed by the body-bashing peak time assault that is "Nitrous & Oxide".
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Recast
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Recast (12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: FPR 002. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Mike Ink - "Income"
  2. DJ Guy - "ASII100" (Crisis Urbana edit)
  3. Terrestre - "Botas De Oro"
  4. Terrestre - "Secondary Inspection Theme"
Review: The cast of characters across the latest Future Primitive release are perhaps unlikely bedfellows, but they sit together comfortably on this 12". Mike Ink is in a most reflective mood on "Income", letting the beat fall slow and pushing the gently pulsing synth lines to the foreground. Welsh wizard DJ Guy lets the tape grit shine through on his wonderfully disheveled "ASII100". That leaves it to an early alias of Murcof, Terrestre, to take on the B-side with the more dynamic tones of "Botas De Oro" and "Secondary Inspection Theme". The rich percussion and hypnotic mood are a joy to listen to, while the easy pace should sit comfortably in the warm up zone of the dance.
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Played by: Ali Renault, DJ Guy
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EP 01
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EP 01 (180 gram vinyl 12" repress)
Cat: NEO 38. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Repeater
  2. Meander
Review: REPRESS ALERT!! Metamatics returns with his seminal classic Ep01.A slab of minimal house that has been dropped into sets from dj's like Nicolas Lutz and Move D.
Originally released on the super cool London label Clear.This much sought after ep has finally got the re release it deserves.A secret weapon in any dj's record box.





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Electro Soma (reissue)
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Electro Soma (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 9R. Rel: 28 Aug 17
  1. Soundtrack Of Space (4:02)
  2. Hall Of Mirrors (6:36)
  3. Mondrin (6:43)
  4. Obsessed (5:51)
  5. Bio Dimension (5:55)
  6. Basic Emotion (4:51)
  7. Metropolis (4:58)
  8. Obtuse (7:24)
  9. Telefone 529 (4:12)
  10. Drift (4:06)
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Inverse EP
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Inverse EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ORN 024. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Subsonica
  2. Inverse
  3. Chatka
Review: Dutch producer Sota is the latest to be snapped up by Ornate Music, presenting his second ever release having first come to light with his own Talaman label earlier in the year. "Subsonica" rides on a tough house groove, keeping the elements as spartan as possible while heading straight into the deep end of the night. "Inverse" is a skippier affair that deals with heavily processed synth flares and a deadly swinging groove, and then "Chatka" finishes the EP off with a dreamy cut peppered with delay processing for the quintessential dubby trip through refined 4/4 dance music.
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Mido
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Mido (12" repress)
Cat: VERSION 009. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Mido (6:11)
  2. Darunia (7:38)
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Traffic Attic Vol1 Selected By Didier Allyne
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  1. Ritchie Inkle - "Happy Face" (7:55)
  2. Stasis - "So-Lar" (6:57)
Review: A record store clerk, distributor, artist and DJ in the mid '90s, Didier Allyne cross-cuttingly approached the scene, even when 'French Touch' was massive. He embraced new trends from a sideways perspective, merging his own blend of broken beat, soul, jazz and Warp style electro and began the Parisian Shop Traffic Records in 1998. This compilation will be in several volumes, including flagship pieces from this shop: influenced by Fat Cat Records, Wally's Groove World and others. This first techno volume highlights the influence that Fat Cat had on Didier. Ritchie Inkle is one of the designers of Nu Loop. His piece: the tough yet soulful "Happy Face" represents the sound of Traffic Records. On the flip, the introspective piece by UK techno legends Stasis entitled "So-Lar" is from Time is Right in 1993.
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All Watched Over By Machines Of Loving Grace
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VARIOUS
Cat: PSR 003. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. Fallbeil - "Donnerwetter"
  2. Templeyard Studios - "Take66" (Tripolar Cell edit)
  3. Innsyter - "A New Box"
  4. Myn - "Cold Vision Era"
  5. IXVLF - "Personal Divisions"
  6. Wosto - "Race Days"
  7. Kluentah - "Give Up The Gods"
  8. Meze - "Porder"
  9. Buttechno - "Beskudnikovo"
  10. Morah - "Somewhere"
  11. Delivery - "Music For Dancers"
  12. Latrines - "Katrinas"
  13. Antwn - "Non Vanishing"
Review: Public System presents a monster collection of the grubbiest, punked out lo fi deviant electronics from the true underground. Some names are more familiar, such as the excellent Templeyard Studios with the uneasy clatter of "Take66", while Buttechno brings a blistering array of tones to the forefront for some truly adventurous acid abstractions. There's a lot of lesser known delights to revel in though, from the boxy beatdown of IXVLF, the darkwave electro thrust of Kluentah and the intricate percussive science of Meze. This may be dirty dance music for wayward souls, but there are some seriously fresh ideas lurking on this ludicrously valuable package.
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Alpha
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Alpha (12")
Cat: OTON 107. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. Alpha (6:58)
  2. Quantum (6:33)
  3. Source (5:55)
  4. Ritual (7:14)
Review: It was only a matter of time before Etapp Kyle, Ukrainian's new techno king, made it onto the mighty Ostgut Ton. A flurry of releases for Klockworks and Unterton paved the way for these four new tunes on One of Berlin's most legendary institutions, and it's not hard to think about how well these murky bangers would penetrate the Berghain dancefloor. "Alpha" is a deep and cerebral techno spear with a heavy bit of dub bass at its core, and "Quantum" follows up with neat swarms of designer bleeps for the more mindful techno DJs. Over on the B-side, "Source" has all the characteristics of what we like to call 'mind-tech', or rather, the sort of gear to pulsate through the piste at the crack of dawn, which leaves "Ritual" to break the trip with a cavernous wormhole of minimal textures.
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Played by: Philippe Petit
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Mystical Teachings EP
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Mystical Teachings EP (hand-stamped heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SALT 0055. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. Track 1 (5:37)
  2. Track 2 (7:21)
  3. Track 3 (6:14)
  4. Track 4 (Gnork remix) (6:53)
Review: The Ozzie house revival continues with this new EP from the Salt Mines label out of Melbourne! Newcomer DJ Barbo$$a comes through with a hand-stamped slice of wax for the headz, and we are pleased to say that the ambiguously named "Track 1" boasts one of the most fluid basslines that we've heard all summer; backed by the instantly seductive percussion twists of "Track 2", this A-side makes for a pretty spectacular addition to the catalogue on its own. "Track 3", over on Side B, reminds us of Greg Beato's style of beat-making (is this him!?), and Gnork's remix of "Track 4" wonders off into the acid horizon... and what a landscape that has turned out to be.
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New Aural Discourse
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Cat: RHM 025. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Ontologic (5:41)
  2. A Sense Of Finitude (5:39)
  3. Transmatting (5:11)
  4. Code (4:53)
Review: New Aural Discourse holds four fresh, futuristic and far-sighted British takes on Detroit techno by arguably one of electronic music's best-kept secrets. This is N.A.D.'s comeback release after over 25 years and it's a proud salute to the classic sounds of the Motor City. Starting off with the hi-tech soul of "Ontologic", they're then into some UR style intergalactic transmissions on "A Sense Of Finitude". The flip features what we thought was a highlight in the form of "Transmatting" with its complex drum programming, funky bassline and evocative strings: it sounds like an old Transmat (hey, hang on!) style jam. Initially, the duo of Tony Thorpe and Mustafa Ali released one album entitled The Dawn Of A New Age, which was on sale for little more than a week before it vanished from record store shelves. Decades after it was created, their forgotten debut album became something of a 'must-have' for electronic music collectors.
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Tecnica
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Tecnica (12")
Cat: SEM 086. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. Ambient Computing (5:12)
  2. Blue-ray (6:28)
  3. Caustic (6:31)
  4. Deep Thought (6:03)
Review: Manuel Fogliata is one of Italian techno's most singular artists and deservedly gets lumped in with the modern sound of Rome alongside such greats as Donato Dozzy: whom he's collaborated with as Aquaplano. Not to mention his two acclaimed ambient LPs for the Seattle based Further Recordings, which were deservedly hailed by critics. The Madrid based Semantica imprint is a fitting home for his style of tribal-trance techno, which incorporates hypnotic elements (much like his peers) but with more emphasis on polyrhythms: his niche. A side cut "Blue-Ray" is one such track: a Roman raindance.. if we've ever heard such a thing! On the flip, he's got you covered for droning/tripped-out late night adrenaline on "Caustic" while "Deep Thought" really does rate him up there with legends like Mike Parker or Cio D'or when its comes to conjuring those ghosts in the machine: this is real heady techno geared for some proper 'WTF' moments on the dancefloor. Tip!
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Dub Sessions 1
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Dub Sessions 1 (hand-stamped hand-numbered 7" limited to 300 copies repress)
Cat: ROHS! 03/7. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. Jah Nuh (dub) (4:32)
  2. Bless (dub) (2:59)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!! The Sardinian ROHS! imprint based in Berlin, has cut two killer dubs from the depths of Babe Roots studio, served up in DIY style and fashion on a very limited vinyl-only run.

First up, is the Rhythm & Sound inspired 'Jah Nuh Dub' trodding in the lower regions of the sonic spectrum, submerged in bassline and distilled dubwise etiquette, with the filtered chords sprawling across the underbelly in the slow envelope of bass and drum, meditatively.

On the other side, is the real gem (if you ask us) - 'Bless Dub' is a monstrously deep version of The Revolutionaries classic 'Kunta Kinte'.
This rhythm has been versioned a lot already, but Babe Roots interpretation is justified in it's sense for deep soundsystem aesthetic, with a much more introspective yet equally uplifting edge... This one could also make some pretty serious vibrations on a big speaker - Beware.
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Subtractive Synthesis (Timemachine, Function, & Postscriptum mixes)
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  1. Timelapse
  2. Timelapse (Timemachine dub)
  3. Timelapse (Function remix)
  4. Timelapse (Postscriptum remix)
Review: Damon Wild's Synewave label is still going strong, plunging ever further into the hinterland of looped up techno and dragging your consciousness with it. On this new release Wild is pinging bleeps around the sequencer grid through the course of "Timelapse", and highly immersive it is too. The "Timemachine dub" of the track is even more seductive with its Sleeparchive-style synth oddities and sparse arrangement. Function comes on board for an un-easier remix of "Timelapse" that veers towards the full-blown paranoid, and then Postscriptum drops a killer version to finish the EP off, all jagged off beat kicks and heavy textural swells.
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Scientrysts
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Cat: MAD 2. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Scientrysts & Errorist (Stomp mix) (5:39)
  2. Scientrysts & Errorist (club mix) (5:27)
  3. U$b Schtick & Turnt Burial (Psy mix) (2:47)
  4. U$b Schtick & Turnt Burial (9:08)
Review: Madteo is not praised enough for his contribution to the modern dance sound. The Italian-born NYC 'insider', as he likes to call himself, has put out less music over the last 2-3 years, clearly preferring to keep himself out of the scene. But, this doesn't come as a surprise to us seeing as he's always resided on the outskirts of what looms in the dance circles. Scientrysts lands on his own imprint, M.A.D.T.E.O., and the release sees the producer head back to his shift club mode, a sound which was first championed by Rabih Beaini's Morphine Doser. "Scientrysts & Errorist" gets 2 mixes, the 'Stomp' version bangs out heavy drums over hazy, echoing sonics, while the 'Club' mix picks up the pace and lays down a handsome portion of dusty percussion. On the flip, "U$b Schtick & Turnt Burial" lands with the minimal hardware fuzz of the 'Psy' mix first, before delivering a sparse selection of bass waves on the original cut. The boss is back to his best...
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M5003MB (reissue)
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Cat: M 020. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. Jazz Is The Teacher (9:30)
  2. The Cosmic Courier (8:33)
  3. Bassmental (6:16)
Review: Initially released back in 1993, M5003MB was an all-star collaboration between Detroit techno originator Juan Atkins, Rhythm & Sound man Moritz von Oswald and fellow Berlin techno stalwart Thomas Fehlmann. Predictably, the resultant three-tracker was rather special, as this timely reissue proves. Many Detroit techno enthusiasts cite A-side "Jazz is the Teacher" as one of the best examples of the style; an energy-packed Motor City romp full of jaunty, jazz-flecked drum machine hits, undulating synthesizer melodies and sci-fi intent. While superb, both of the B-side tracks - the acid-fired futurism of "Cosmic Courier" and post-bleep hustle of "Bassmental" are almost as good. In other words, it's an EP that every serious techno enthusiast should own.
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Find A Way
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Find A Way (12" repress)
Cat: MSR 08/23138. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Find A Way (vocal) (5:55)
  2. Find A Way (version) (6:09)
  3. Found A Way (11:45)
Review: 'Find A Way' is a perfect match to the high quality standards of deep house tracks represented on Main Street. Paul St. Hilaire's voice is approved by now and is well known for his vocal on some Burial Mix releases. A killer instrumental version is featured on the B-side.
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Travels (feat Janeret, Frazer Campbell mixes)
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Cat: OPEN 004. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. Seashore Walk
  2. Seashore Walk (Janeret remix)
  3. Night Dive
  4. Night Dive (Frazer Campbell remix)
Review: Alessandro Crimi returns to Open Recordings after appearing alongside Frazer Campbell and S. Moreira last year, this time enjoying the full spread of the record to impart his particular vision of deep techno. There's washes of chords aplenty spilling out of "Seashore Walk" while the groove stays cool and steady, and then Janeret comes bowling in with a pumped up beat to bring the party to a more overt party destination. "Night Dive" cools things down once more with its swirling, seductive notes and tightly clipped drums, while Frazer Campbell returns to deliver a more uptempo version that maintains the mystery inherent in Crimi's original.
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Decadance
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Decadance (12")
Cat: FOX 002EP. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. Decadance (original 1989 version) (8:08)
  2. Decadance (Snuffo 2017 reinvention) (6:29)
Review: "Decadance" by Croatian industrial wonder-group NEP was first released all the way back in 1988, when all things post-punk were steering towards the dancefloor. The original tune resided on the band's one and only tape, Nova Evropa, which was technically put out in Yugoslavia, and had to be one of the country's few industrial releases that year. These guys, however, were both radical and chic - a dangerous blend. The lead tune itself is largely indescribable in terms of genres, using electro as the core channel to fuel its mystical and drugged-out cocktail of sonics. There's a 2017 remix on the B-side, produced by Snuffo, who adds a little 4/4 bounce to the original's nutty selection of industrial mechanics and oddball samples.
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Ostinato
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Ostinato (12")
Cat: TOKEN 75. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. Ostinato I (6:38)
  2. Ostinato II (8:19)
Played by: Rick Hopkins, Ben Sims
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Aramaic EP
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Aramaic EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MEANDYOU 07. Rel: 07 Aug 17
  1. Indigo Children
  2. Life Source Negative
  3. Infinite Dub
  4. Edicts of Ashoka
  5. Crystal Analysis
Review: It's been a while since we last heard from Juniper, the Manchester-based duo who showed much promise with early outings on Underground Quality and the like. Having previously popped up on a various artists 12", they return to the ever-essential meandyou with a strong statement of intent, packing five tracks into an EP that presents their subversive style immaculately. "Indigo Children" is a head-turning cut that fuses uptempo Motor City style electro and techno with industrial tones, while "Life Source Negative" switches stance for a beautiful, craftily constructed drift into woozy deep house. Every track is noteworthy on this release, balancing immediacy and warmth against experimental textures in a way that sits very comfortably on meandyou.
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Untitled
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Untitled (limited 180 gram vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: BLUNDAR 3. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
Review: Blundar is a label shrouded in mystery, although it seems aligned with artists like Lowtec and those orbiting crews like Smallville. The latest transmission on the dusty house imprint comes from STL, whose disheveled sounds is a natural fit for what has come before on Blundar. "Track 1" peers through a thick haze of smoke, exhaling pads and drones and keeping the bass pulsing throughout. The rest of the EP is given over to experimental and ambient tones, with the second track on Side B being an especially arresting piece loaded with melancholic contemplation. It's another strong addition to the Blundar repertoire, and another example of STL's skills and adaptability in the studio.
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Degrees
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Degrees (12")
Cat: FIGURE 89. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. Degrees (5:10)
  2. Celestial Sphere (5:37)
  3. Ancient Way (5:05)
  4. Stagger (5:06)
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12 Inches Of Sinergy EP
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12 Inches Of Sinergy EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: UZURI 025. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. That's How It's Meant To Be
  2. Hang On + On
  3. Hang On + On (2nd version)
Review: It's been a hot minute since we last heard from Ksoul & Muteoscillator, who originally surfaced around 2010 with some excellent appearances on their own Kinda Soul label, M>O>S and Dekmantel. They've also got previous history with Uzuri, where they make their return with three cuts of cosy, machine powered house music. "That's How It's Meant To Be" is a thoughtful jam that pairs lingering keys with rounded bass for the gentler kind of dancefloor. "Hang On + On" is equally laid back, but laced with a jazz funk flair and a subtle thread of acid, while the "2nd Version" of the track pushes into more tracky territory.
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Acting Crazy
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Acting Crazy (12" repress)
Cat: MSR 06/10860. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Acting Crazy (club vocal mix) (9:17)
  2. Acting Crazy (instrumental) (6:24)
  3. Acting Crazy (edit) (3:59)
Review: At the third release on their deep house division Basic Channel keeps introducing new singers. Paul St Hilaire brings in a refreshing reggae flavour to the rather classic deep house set-up. The main vocal mix one A-side is allied with an instrumental on the B-side that reminiscent of Maurizio or Basic Channel releases.
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Played by: Tripeo
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Regenerative Circuits Part 2
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EXIUM meets REEKO
Regenerative Circuits Part 2 (white vinyl 12")
Cat: NHEOMA 019. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. Circuit IV (7:59)
  2. Circuit V (5:19)
  3. Circuit VI (6:14)
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Swing For The Fences
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Cat: HEK 030. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. Swing For The Fences (5:12)
  2. Aomame (5:34)
  3. Medway (5:34)
Review: Bristol scene stalwart Hodge returns with yet more fascinating techno/industrial derivatives on his new EP for Hemlock and follows up a great release with Peder Mannerfelt, not to mention usual suspects such as Livity Sound and No Corner. "Aomame" is greyscale warehouse techno reminiscent of Marcel Dettmann's late noughties output and will devastate dancefloors as far away as Berlin. On the flip, he saves the best for last on slow burner "Medway" which is purpose built for the rave, complete with its massive siren which soon leads way to hissing junkyard rhythms and a bleep bassline. More great work from one of the most singular artists, hybridising techno music into new forms.
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Played by: Tripeo
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We're Not Humans Anymore
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We're Not Humans Anymore (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PBD 08. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Swimming Into A Big Sea Of Fake Emotions (7:46)
  2. The Lie About Success (6:20)
  3. We're Not Humans Anymore (6:57)
  4. Inner Voices (6:54)
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Bubbles EP
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Bubbles EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DD 005. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. Mars Water
  2. Bubbles
  3. How Good Is The Party
  4. Twotet
Review: Dream Diary is a label operating out of Brixton that has previously featured the likes of Afriqua, Tom Gillieron and Richie Littler on its roster, and now it's the turn of the head honcho Oslo Roma to serve up some more of that subversive four-to-the-floor business. "Mars Water" is an infectious minimal roller with bass that wraps itself around your cerebellum and pulls you in deeper, while "Bubbles" does the same but without any drums to buffet it along. "How Good Is The Party" is a more experimental affair that deals with off kilter rhythmic fragments and spaced out textures, leaving EP closer "Twotet" to drop a more immediate slice of electro on the situation.
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Abdumanob
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Abdumanob (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RM 002. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Abdumanob
  2. Bed Of Honour
  3. Tribe
  4. Resin
  5. Caucasus
  6. Aerograd
Review: The second release on Resonance comes from emergent Russian producer Ivan Erofeev, who was previously moonlighting as Aleph before reverting to his birth name. There's a tantalizing drama embedded in "Abdumanob", all taut tribal percussion and an insistent kick. "Bed Of Honour" is a deeper cut fleshed out with atmospheric dubby ripples, and "Tribe" taps into a more classic kind of contemporary techno headspace. "Resin" flips the script with some crusty piano samples and a lopsided beat, "Caucasus" strips things down to a mean-tempered rhythmic core and "Aerograd" lets the cyclical bleeps do the talking.
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Played by: Marcelo Tavares, Bjarki
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No Compassion
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No Compassion (2xLP + insert)
Cat: TUNING CIRCUITS. Rel: 04 Sep 17
  1. I Am A Non-believer (Looking Out On Sunday version) (6:27)
  2. I Know What You Want (Hardcore Xxx version) (6:23)
  3. No Compassion (No Compassion version) (6:33)
  4. Come Again (Sleazy Orgiastic version) (8:38)
  5. Mindbender (It's In Your Brain version) (9:24)
  6. It's In My Brain Too (Screaming Oscillator version) (7:06)
  7. It's In Our Brain (Hardcore House version) (5:21)
  8. Now You Know Where You Stand (Too Heavy Bass Distorted version) (5:19)
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Astral Projection
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Cat: DC 176. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Astral Projection (8:05)
  2. Blooming Era (7:10)
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A Martyr's Death
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Cat: JG 018. Rel: 25 Sep 17
  1. Harvest (6:18)
  2. Prehistory (6:16)
  3. Death & Rebirth (4:34)
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Whities 011
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Whities 011 (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: WHYT 011. Rel: 12 Jun 17
  1. Flickering Debris (2:04)
  2. Touch Absence (5:45)
  3. Hyphen To Splice (4:11)
  4. Voices Near The Hypocentre (6:08)
Review: Rising Scottish studiosmith Lanark Artefax returns to Tasker's Whities with four more essential abstract compositions. "Flickering Debris" is a raw game of contrasts as soft chords and harmonies are juxtaposed by shattered and alarming designs, "Touch Absence" is a brittle break electro daydream, "Hyphen To Splice" splits the technoid atom with disarming affect while "Voices Near The Hypnocentre" brings us back down to earth with more harmonic hazy warmth. Blink and you'll miss it.
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Stuck On The Border
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Stuck On The Border (140 gram double vinyl 12")
Cat: FN 007. Rel: 25 Sep 17
  1. Stuck On The Border
  2. Downfall
  3. Ruse
  4. The Wanderer
  5. Time Trap
  6. Delusion Schedule
  7. Restless Legs
  8. Dub & Out
Review: The founders of Future Nuggets are delivering their debut full LP as Delusion Men, marking the peak of almost a decade long conspiracy. Ion D (Utopus) and Camil Dumitrescu (aka The Holy Fix) have amassed on this album tracks and bits spreading over many years, raw gems and shiny nuggets resulted from intensive electronica fusions. Ion D needs no introduction, contriving as a producer projects like Steaua de Mare and Raze de Soare, his oriental knowledge is in full presence on this LP, starting with the eponymous track "Stuck on the Border". Camil Dumitrescu's fresh project The Holy Fix is already making waves, consacrating him as dub and "technodelia" expert. After the smash EP of Delusion Men in collaboration with Khidja (on P-Balans sub-label), this LP comes as another irrefutable proof of Bucharest's already mature -partially under the radar- scene of electronic psychedelic hybrids, fittingly represented by Future Nuggets and P-Balans. No fillers just killers, not to be missed!




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Played by: Dj soFa
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Hodge Podge
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Hodge Podge (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: REZ 021. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Rhythm Box (5:18)
  2. FRXS Medley (6:15)
  3. Don't Fuck With Shmoo (5:35)
  4. Wassup (5:01)
Review: Gramaphone crew member and Smart Bar resident Garrett David is proudly extending his city's musical dynasty. The Chicago wiz-kid lands on the Residual imprint with four killer house-techno hybrids, each one of them unafraid to unleash some proper jackin' business. "Rhythm Box" is your prototypical slice of raw house, catapulted into insanity by some raucous EBM-style vocal samples, whereas "FRXS Medley" reminds us of DJ Funk's more minimal material for Dance Mania. The B-side kicks off with "Don't Fuck With Shmoo", an utterly deranged piece of gnarly analogue house funk, and ties this magnetic EP up with the much smoother, jazzy vibes of "Wassup".
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Resonator EP
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Resonator EP (hand-stamped coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: GAUSS 05. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. Resonator (6:14)
  2. Shifted (6:27)
  3. Odyssey (6:44)
  4. Least Squares (6:05)
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The Bridge
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The Bridge (12")
Cat: SOMA 501. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. The Bridge (6:18)
  2. Flux (7:11)
  3. Tonalist (6:16)
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Feel The Same
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Cat: RSCD 1. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. 2nd Home
  2. Forana
  3. Feel The Same
  4. Trans
  5. Draw
  6. Axis
  7. 101
  8. Geisterstadt
  9. Parallels
  10. With U
  11. No Words/Just This
  12. Rize
  13. Gaikokujin
Review: Despite having a hand in numerous full-length excursions over the years, Matt Edwards has not previously released a solo album under his most famous alias, Radio Slave. It's for this reason that Feel The Same, a debut album two decades in the making, feels like a significant release. Certainly, it sounds like a set created by a producer comfortable in his own skin, capable of so much more than the club-ready workouts he's renowned for. While it contains a number of bona fide dancefloor slammers - see the Twilo-era Tenaglia-influenced title track, bustling Drexciyan electro of "Geisterstadt", new wave throb of "Trans" and Motor City/Berlin fusion of "Axis" - there are also impeccable trips into ambient, IDM, and dreamy, proto-rave.
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Drifted Island EP
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Drifted Island EP (double 12")
Cat: PRRUKBLK 020. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Octa (6:01)
  2. Micron (5:19)
  3. Spaz (5:04)
  4. Fog Catcher (5:02)
  5. Linear (6:14)
  6. 22.55 (5:04)
  7. Low Light (5:17)
  8. Drifted Island (5:08)
Played by: Kirk Degiorgio
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Gamma Ray Subway EP
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Cat: DRH 055. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Rippin Skippin (4:42)
  2. Gamma Ray Subway (5:03)
  3. The Stalker (5:08)
  4. Acid OD (4:17)
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Three EP
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Three EP (hand-stamped 12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: ARTLESS 2182. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. VLV (7:13)
  2. ABV (6:05)
  3. DST (5:38)
Review: Munich based Janis and Fabian are back on Mojuba sublabel a.r.t.less for some dusty and greyscale techno in the vein of homeboys the Zenker Brothers. Their third release, fittingly titled Three, features the pounding warehouse ready assault of "VLV" which is perfect to lead into the peak time. Plus those evocative pads add a nice touch. On the flip, the broken and moody effects of "ABV" will no doubt bear comparisons to Rene Pawlowitz' work as Shed: but it's a great track in its own right, we must say. Finally, there's some less fierce yet functional mood lighting in the form of "DSY" which is a tunnelling affair with a hypnotic bassline, steely rhythms and reverb drenched aesthetic.
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Played by: Rick Hopkins, Tripeo
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Alien GF
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Alien GF (2xLP)
Cat: MOJ 06. Rel: 28 Aug 17
  1. Exist (7:57)
  2. Mr. Insane (5:25)
  3. Wills (5:44)
  4. Brahmsstrat (9:08)
  5. Again (4:09)
  6. Osst (4:43)
  7. Posthuman (part 2) (5:29)
  8. Norse (6:37)
  9. Posthuman (part 1) (8:07)
Review: The first release of 2017 from Edume and Nicolas Lutz's "multi-disciplinary art platform" (that's a record label, kids) My Own Own Jupiter comes from Spanish analogue freak Do Or Die. It's an expansive, intergalactic debut album featuring nine scorching, tried-and-tested dancefloor treats. Highlights come thick and fast, from the racing deep space bleeps and razor-sharp acid lines of body-jacker "Mr Insane" and psychedelic-minded electro-acid shuffler "Brahmsstrat", to the deep and galactic techno/electro hum of "Osst" and rush-inducing deep house bliss of "Posthuman (Part 1)". Also worth a listen is "Norse", in which Do or Die fuses bleep-era Biosphere with the mechanical funk of vintage Chicago jack.
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Played by: Jerome Hill
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