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Victorious
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Victorious (3xLP + CD)
Cat: MPM 28LP. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Spin (6:00)
  2. Good Thang (6:11)
  3. The Heavens & The Earth (7:09)
  4. He Can Save You (10:21)
  5. Mmm Hmm Hmm (6:09)
  6. Ha Ya (5:32)
  7. Push On (7:39)
  8. They Can Tell (5:35)
  9. Sun In The Sky (6:23)
  10. Spin
  11. Music
  12. The Heavens & The Earth
  13. Good Thang
  14. He Can Save You
  15. Mmm Hmm Hmm
  16. Ha Ya
  17. Tell You No Lie
  18. Push On
  19. They Can Tell
  20. Sun In The Sky
Review: Robert Hood's Floorplan alias has been a real hit over the years. Not content with captivating audiences for two decades with his minimal-futurist hypnotism on M-Plant, Floorplan explored his love of sampling, bringing back the vibe of early noughties DJ tools that looped up funk and disco classics for infectious dancefloor dynamics. The Victorious LP is the project's second full length since 2013's Paradise and is co-produced by his daughter Lyric. It features the absolutely massive "Tell You No Lie" which works those loops from the 1977 disco classic "Lovin' You Is Really My Game" by Brainstorm to full effect.
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Structures & Solutions: 1996-2016
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Structures & Solutions: 1996-2016 (clear vinyl 4xLP + stickers + Insert)
Cat: BP 2016. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. OVR - "Metal Slipper" (7:21)
  2. Lakker - "Chain Of Combs" (5:57)
  3. James Ruskin & DVS1 - "Page 1" (6:11)
  4. Makaton - "Slur" (7:02)
  5. Planetary Assault Systems - "Pull" (7:39)
  6. Steve Bicknell - "Disguise Of Beings" (4:07)
  7. Regis - "Party Spoiler Too" (5:10)
  8. Randomer - "Sheen" (7:02)
  9. Truss - "Wonastow" (6:01)
  10. Rumah & Progression - "Speak & Spell" (6:01)
  11. James Ruskin - "6teenth" (5:21)
  12. Tessela - "Rub" (6:16)
  13. Rommek - "Off The Radar" (6:17)
  14. Blawan - "Passer By" (6:04)
  15. Oliver Ho - "The Serpent Devours Itself" (5:13)
  16. The Fear Ratio - "Lonor" (4:55)
  17. Lakker - "Orange" (5:07)
Review: Structures & Solutions: 1996-2016 presents 20 years of James Ruskin's esteemed institution. Seminal, uncompromising and forward thinking over its existence, this compilation focuses on Ruskin's many projects both solo and in collaboration with the likes of like-minded techno legends. For example with Regis on OVR's "Metal Slipper" a slow burning broken beat excursion full of attitude. Or with Minneapolis legend DVS1 on the woozy and minimal "Page 1" or as part of The Fear Ratio with Mark Broom who deliver the fine industrial trip-hop of "Lonor". Or just striking out on his own in glorious fashion like on "6teenth" which proves just why he still one of the most forward thinking producers of techno music still. Honourable mentions to a mix of old school legends and warriors of the new garde such as Steve Bicknell, Planetary Assault Systems, Lakker and Blawan.
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B
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B (3xLP)
Cat: TRP 007. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Marsian Raver
  2. Opalocka Acid Groove 12 Bit Mix (12 bit mix)
  3. Here It Comes Can You Feel It 92 Hoover 2
  4. Planet Earth Q94 (live edit)
  5. Son Of A Son
  6. T4iT 3
  7. Travel In Space
  8. Bbbbbbbbbbb Render 2
  9. As You Remember
  10. Can A Man
  11. It's My Thing
  12. The Lover That You Are
  13. MIDI 1 4-AUG2
Review: B is the first in a series of three albums that Bjarki will release on Nina Kraviz' label this year. If this first instalment is anything to go on, the Icelandic producer looks set to provide a real mixed bag. The album starts with the jarring, rave-heavy break beats of "Marsian Raver" before veering into stripped back, pounding techno ("Opalocka Acid Groove 12 Bit Mix") and the DBX, pitch-bent vocal minimalism of " Planet Earth Q94 [Live Edit]". Proving that he is a maverick, hyperactive talent, the album also features the wispy downtempo "Son Of A Son" and the grimy bass and electro ticks of " T4it 3". Heaven only knows what the next two albums will sound like.
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Deep Blue Volume 2
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Deep Blue Volume 2 (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HYPNUS 010. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Epipelagic (8:17)
  2. Mesopelagic Zone (5:51)
  3. Bathypelagic Zone (7:26)
  4. Hadopelagic Zone (6:37)
  5. Demersal Zone (8:15)
  6. Benthic (5:31)
  7. Flusso Perpetuo (8:05)
  8. Divenire (8:06)
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Alpha
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Alpha (gatefold 2xLP + CD)
K7
Cat: K 7333LP. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. Dem (3:42)
  2. The Was A Button (6:22)
  3. Gut Man Commeth (5:36)
  4. Traanc (4:33)
  5. Celestial Antibody (0:53)
  6. Destroyer (6:04)
  7. Suppa (5:15)
  8. Napkin (5:10)
  9. Bob The Builder (1:48)
  10. Sucker (5:11)
  11. Timewarp (5:28)
  12. Zunk Synth (4:21)
  13. Sicko (5:00)
  14. Dem
  15. The Was A Button
  16. Gut Man Commeth
  17. Traanc
  18. Celestial Antibody
  19. Destroyer
  20. Suppa
  21. Napkin
  22. Bob The Builder
  23. Sucker
  24. Timewarp
  25. Zunk Synth
  26. Sicko
Review: The first Audion album in ten years shows that Matthew Dear's project has lost none of its raw ferocity. This is audible on opening track "Dem", where a droning groove ensnares wooden, clunky percussion and haunted vocals in its whirlpool-like cascade and then on the gated, distorted gnawing rhythms of "Destroyer". On other occasions, Dear sounds more comfortable flirting with classic sounds; "There Was a Button" is perfectly adequate, acid-led trancey techno from the 90s and "Gut Man Commeth" revisits the edgy minimalism of early Hawtin. However, no matter what influences he mines, there is a hyperactively jittery sound aesthetic at play, audible as much on the slow-motion hoover-led grind of "Bob the Builder" as it is on the rickety minimalism of "Napkin".
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Victorious
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Cat: MPM 28CD. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. Spin (2:00)
  2. Music (2:00)
  3. The Heavens & The Earth (2:00)
  4. Good Thang (2:00)
  5. He Can Save You (2:00)
  6. Mmm Hmm Hmm (2:00)
  7. Ha Ya (2:00)
  8. Tell You No Lie (2:00)
  9. Push On (2:00)
  10. They Can Tell (2:00)
  11. Sun In The Sky (2:00)
Review: Robert Hood's Floorplan alias has been a real hit over the years. Not content with captivating audiences for two decades with his minimal-futurist hypnotism on M-Plant, Floorplan explored his love of sampling, bringing back the vibe of early noughties DJ tools that looped up funk and disco classics for infectious dancefloor dynamics. The Victorious LP is the project's second full length since 2013's Paradise and is co-produced by his daughter Lyric. It features the absolutely massive "Tell You No Lie" which works those loops from the 1977 disco classic "Lovin' You Is Really My Game" by Brainstorm to full effect.
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Infrastructure Facticity
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Cat: INFCD 002. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Campbell Irvine - "Dislocation Is Only The Beginning"
  2. Vatican Shadow - "Swords Over Paradise"
  3. Rrose - "Cephalon"
  4. Cassegrain & Tin Man - "Polyacid Blue"
  5. Inland - "Acidalia"
  6. Post Scriptum - "ISDAT"
  7. Steve Bicknell - "Passage Through Darkness"
  8. Cleric - "Concrete"
  9. Blue Hour - "Averting"
  10. Function - "Low Lights & Trick Mirrors"
  11. Efdemin - "Kassiber"
  12. Post Scriptum - "Donbelief"
  13. Cassegrain & Tin Man - "Open Sea"
  14. Function/Inland - "Colwyn Bay"
  15. Silent Servant - "End/Optimism"
Review: According to Infrastructure NYC head Function, this compilation was compiled like an album and involves not only the core group of artists but also connects the dots between the label's past, his Berghain 07 mix CD for Ostgut Ton, the legendary Sandwell District days and the respective history of the artists. Infrastructure Facticity spans "a narrative ranging from lush, ambient electronics and post-club diversions, to contemporary club techno and back again." British artist Robert McNally provides the artwork and musically the highlights are not so much the dancefloor ready bangers, which are mainly quite good, rather the moments of restraint such as Vatican Shadow's brooding and almost Boards Of Canada sounding "Swords Over Paradise", the slow burning reduced acid of Cassegrain & Tin Man's "Open Sea" and Rrose's finest moment yet, "Cephalon", which can barely be described in words!
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Free Fall Galaxy
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Cat: AXCD 048. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. Medians
  2. The Hunter
  3. Gravitational Lensing
  4. Inner Synthesis
  5. Solar Crossroads
  6. Transformation In The Virgo Constellation
  7. The Hunted
  8. Rabid Star Clusters
  9. Triangularism
  10. Spectroscopic
  11. Entering (Free Fall Galaxy)
  12. Irreversible Elliptic Orbits
  13. Aurora
Review: This is the latest volume in Jeff Mills' epic Sleeper Wakes sci-fi series, and sees the Motor City techno legend musing on the "cosmic menace" that is the imaginary Free Fall Galaxy (or Britain post-Brexit, perhaps). It's a typically downbeat, atmospheric and evocative affair, with Mills blurring the boundaries between sytnthesizer-heavy movie soundtrack work, high-minded ambient, Radiophonic Workshop style electronic experimentation, deep and otherworldly techno, intense acid and, of course, throbbing 4/4 dancefloor pressure. As usual with Mills work in this series, the emphasis is on instrumental story telling, with the ebb and flow of the album's construction evoking mental images of confusion and paranoia amongst the endless darkness.
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Fabric 88
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Fabric 88 (mixed CD)
Cat: FABRIC 175. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. King Cheetah - "Water Maze"
  2. Borrowed Identity - "LFI"
  3. Wincent Kunth - "Unknown Deep"
  4. Black Boxx - "Black Boxx EP2 (B1)"
  5. DJ Skull - "Revenge Of The Synth"
  6. Phil Moffa - "Ignition"
  7. Fiedel - "Back Door" (Tallmen 785 remix)
  8. Lapien - "Searching"
  9. Kid Sublime - "The Loop"
  10. Tensal - "Achievement 3"
  11. Bas Mooy - "Nearby Silent Horses"
  12. 3KZ - "Machine"
  13. The Persuader - "Inre Stenen"
  14. Anna Caragnano & Donato Dozzy - "Parola"
  15. DVS1 - "Tracking"
  16. James Ruskin - "The Outsider"
  17. Robert Hood - "Master Jack"
  18. Mike Parker - "Luminescent Black"
  19. Orion - "Patos"
  20. Steve O'Sullivan & Ben Sims present High-Life - "Five Fingers In The West" (UK Gold remix)
  21. Sub Space - "Eleven + Twelve (Locked Grooves)"
  22. Z.I.P.P.O - "Shift"
  23. Jack Murphy - "B1"
  24. Anne-James Chaton - "Chapitre VIII: Nihon No Tabi" (with Alva Noto & Andy Moor)
Review: The latest installment of Fabric's long-running mix series comes from Ryan Elliot, a DJ/producer whose releases on Ostgut Ton, Spectral Sound and Bass Empire have made him a man in demand. He begins in deep, woozy and tactile fashion, mixing up hazy tech-house cuts from King Cheetah, Borrowed Identity and DJ Skull, before exploring the kind of minimal-influenced fare we've come to expect from the American. As the mix rolls on, the techno tracks get tougher and more obviously stripped-back, with occasional nods towards classic Motor City sounds. There are notable contributions from Robert Hood, DVS1, James Ruskin and Jack Murphy, as Elliot completes a whirlwind tour of contemporary techno flavours.
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Transport
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Transport (CD)
Cat: TRESOR 285CD. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. Transport
  2. Lightyears
  3. Odyssey
  4. Riod
  5. Merkur
  6. 2600
  7. Zeolites
Review: To coincide with the twenty-fifth anniversary of Berlin club Tresor, Juan Atkins and Moritz Von Oswald have released a second Borderland album together. It begins in ominous mode, with the title track's brooding bass tones casting a long, dark shadow, but the pair soon find a way to break away from the gloom with the mesmerising chords and heavy rhythm of "Lightyears" and the wonderfully spacey Detroit techno of "Riod". Both "Odyssey" and "Merkur" push the tempo back down but keep an emphasis on hypnotic, woozy textures, snappy drums and jazzy tones, while "2600" shows that Van Oswald hasn't lost his ability to craft dub-heavy, dreamy techno.
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Hidden By The Leaves
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Hidden By The Leaves (hand-stamped LP + insert)
Cat: WORKSHOP 22. Rel: 30 May 16
  1. Find You Way Home (0:34)
  2. Black Mask (3:23)
  3. Drifting (4:07)
  4. Full Black, No Stars (2:28)
  5. We Can Never Go Home... (3:57)
  6. Clip My Wings (4:16)
  7. Dreamland (4:01)
  8. Past Is Past (3:17)
Review: Two years ago, Ibrahim Alfa returned from a ten-year hiatus under the previously unseen Infinite Black alias, contributing one track to a fine split EP on Spin Dynamics. Here, he finally gets a chance to show us what he can really do, unfurling his debut album on Workshop. Allegedly set for release on Move D's Source Records back in the day, Hidden By Leaves was shelved due to bankruptcy issues, however the lovable Dave Moufang recently re-discovered the DATs leading to Alfa's work being belatedly released here. It's a brilliantly inventive and enjoyable affair, with the eight tracks variously doffing a cap to deep electro, cut-and-paste sound collages, mood-enhancing ambient, high-tempo techno, early hardcore, deep house and Motor City futurism. The breadth and variety of the album is impressive, but what makes Hidden By The Leaves stand out is its' warmth and melodiousness.
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SsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSs
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Cat: AVNLP 003. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. Ss (2:30)
  2. SsSs (4:38)
  3. SsSsSs (2:57)
  4. SsSsSsSs (3:48)
  5. SsSsSsSsSs (3:35)
  6. SsSsSsSsSsSs (5:06)
  7. SsSsSsSsSsSsSs (1:42)
  8. SsSsSsSsSsSsSsSs (3:19)
  9. SsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSs (3:20)
  10. SsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSs (5:26)
  11. SsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSs (2:51)
  12. SsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSs (2:10)
  13. SsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSs (6:44)
  14. SsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSs (2:22)
  15. SsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSs (4:17)
Review: Shadowy Swedish duo SHXCXCHCXSH are back with another full length on Shifted esteemed Avian imprint, with SsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSs. Always the pranksters, their cryptic language pushes the threshold yet again with the LP's 15 tracks (most come in at around three minutes) taking on increasing variations of lower and upper case. Dark and challenging freeform techno that turns the usual conventions of techno on its head, featuring harsh and textural power electronics plus the blatant abuse of looping, tape delays and excessive overdrive. Deconstructed rave aesthetics drowned in field recordings and surface noise throughout: heavy!
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Patashnik (reisssue)
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Patashnik (reisssue) (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: BIO 4LP. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. Phantasm (5:07)
  2. Startoucher (4:56)
  3. Decryption (5:57)
  4. Novelty Waves (6:27)
  5. Patashnik (6:13)
  6. Mir (5:21)
  7. The Shield (2:35)
  8. SETI Project (6:19)
  9. Mestigoth (7:46)
  10. Botanical Dimensions (5:53)
  11. Caboose (4:42)
  12. En-trance (5:03)
Review: Originally released in 1994, Biosphere's second album Patashnik, as we would later find out, was only the beginning. Geir Jenssen's Biosphere project has since become a name that rolls off the tongue alongside Brian Eno when talk of ambient comes to the table, and the use of vocals in tracks like "Phantasm" and "Startoucher" are as memory jogging as Marshall Jefferson's "Mushrooms". The music here provides a snapshot of Biosphere's sound before he committed a decade's worth of albums to UK label Touch. For a '90s take on things, you could day "SETI Project" has aged better than "Mestigoth", while the nebulous to deep classical tones and bluey-hues of productions like "Decryption", "Patashnik" and "Mir" remain timeless.
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Transport
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Transport (2xLP)
Cat: TRESOR 285. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. Transport (7:17)
  2. Odyssey (7:30)
  3. Lightyears (6:06)
  4. 2600 (6:39)
  5. Merkur (4:03)
  6. Riod (9:16)
  7. Zeolites (11:35)
Review: To coincide with the twenty-fifth anniversary of Berlin club Tresor, Juan Atkins and Moritz Von Oswald have released a second Borderland album together. It begins in ominous mode, with the title track's brooding bass tones casting a long, dark shadow, but the pair soon find a way to break away from the gloom with the mesmerising chords and heavy rhythm of "Lightyears" and the wonderfully spacey Detroit techno of "Riod". Both "Odyssey" and "Merkur" push the tempo back down but keep an emphasis on hypnotic, woozy textures, snappy drums and jazzy tones, while "2600" shows that Van Oswald hasn't lost his ability to craft dub-heavy, dreamy techno.
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Selected Ambient Works 85-92
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Cat: AMB 3922LP. Rel: 18 Jan 16
  1. Xtal
  2. Tha
  3. Pulsewidth
  4. Ageispolis
  5. I
  6. Green Calx
  7. Heliosphan
  8. We Are The Music Makers
  9. Schottkey 7th Path
  10. Ptolemy
  11. Hedphelym
  12. Delphium
  13. Actium
Review: In line with the timely reappraisal of all things R&S related, the resurgent Apollo have seen the opportunity to bring one of their most celebrated records back for another round. Aphex Twin's ambient recordings mature magnificently with age, sounding ever richer and more emotive as the rest of electronic music continues to play catch up all around. From the gentle breakbeats of "Xtal" to the aquatic techno lure of "Tha", the airy rave of "Pulsewidth" to the heartwrenching composition of "Ageispolis", every track is a perennial example of how far ambient techno could reach even back then. It's just that no-one quite had the arm-span of Richard D. James.
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Pink Flamingos
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Pink Flamingos (gatefold 3xLP)
Cat: DM3D 013. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. Clobenzorex (13:08)
  2. Soundscape (V) (2:42)
  3. Feed Me (6:32)
  4. B (12:10)
  5. Alone (6:41)
  6. Soundscape (II) (2:34)
  7. 181 (12:49)
  8. Congestion Cosh (7:47)
  9. Soundscape (I) (2:38)
  10. Hole (19:09)
  11. Autour Du Signal (8:44)
  12. 176 (7:58)
  13. Soundscape (IV) (3:15)
  14. Drones (7:59)
  15. Soundscape (III) (2:42)
  16. La Pluie (6:02)
Review: How best to describe this album of In Aeternam Vale material Lyonnaise legend Laurent Prot has delivered for French label Dement3d? If we were to use one word, it would have to be an all caps 'EPIC'! Entitled Pink Flamingos, the album takes in music Prot has made over the past 30 years, with cuts dating back to 1986 while others are as fresh as 2015. IAV fans will be well aware of Prot's story, with the Lyon synth hoarder amassing a vast archive of material over the course of the past three decades, with some of it finding a welcome home on Veronica Vasicka's Minimal Wave label. Prot has seemingly been reinvigorated creatively by this new found attention with Pink Flamingos a powerful statement of his enduring pioneering spirit. Extended ambient pieces sit next to pulsing proto-dub techno and it's a joy to immerse yourself in from start to finish.
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When I Was 14
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When I Was 14 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: TRP 006. Rel: 23 May 16
  1. Bjarki - "Baepolar" (6:23)
  2. Nina Kraviz - "Don't Mind Wrong Keys" (5:03)
  3. AFX - "P String" (7:08)
  4. Bjarki - "Naked Naked" (5:48)
  5. Barcode Population - "Temple Ball" (5:36)
  6. Biogen - "Track 7" (5:54)
  7. PTU - "Taorak" (3:43)
Review: Irrespective of whether one buys into the appeal of Nina Kraviz as a DJ, there is little doubt about her ability to A&R a label. The latest split release on Trip features Kraviz herself, label regular Bjarki and a rare Aphex Twin track. Recorded under his AFX guise, "P-String" originally surfaced back in 1995 on a Peel session. Its combination of pounding drums and chilling strings stills sounds fresh and, to Kraviz' credit, is in keeping with the tone of the release. Bjakri's "Baepolar" chops up mid-90s jungle bass with glitchy rhythms, while his "Naked Naked" is a storming techno affair, led by pounding kicks. Even Kraviz gets in on the 90s mood, with the deep, abstract groove of "Don't Mind Wrong Keys".
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23
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23 (2xLP)
Cat: LNTHN 004. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Forget Your Memories (4:08)
  2. Illusion (5:48)
  3. Never Ending (2:53)
  4. Protect The Revolution (5:58)
  5. Control Your Mind (6:44)
  6. A Trip To Myself (3:19)
  7. Travel Inside Your Head (6:21)
  8. Brother (6:21)
  9. Recommencement (6:04)
  10. What Goes Around Comes Back Around (5:59)
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Ilse Of Real
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Ilse Of Real (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: STHLMLTDLP 01. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. Never Give In (3:00)
  2. Headland (5:46)
  3. The Marlton (5:23)
  4. Shine (4:46)
  5. Isle Of Real (1:47)
  6. Limits Of Real (5:26)
  7. Holy Nothing (5:50)
  8. Shelter (4:33)
  9. Tide Us Part (1:31)
  10. Changes (5:32)
Review: Real is Par Grindvik's debut album, and it explains why he is so well regarded. The Swede-in-Berlin is as much at home making the mellow, dreamy ambient of "Never Give In" as he is belting out the hard-as-nails minimalism of "Headland". Grindvik clearly has a deeply musical streak and this is audible on the title track's mournful piano scapes and the layered textures of "Tide Us Part". Even when he locks into full-on techno mode, this influence remains audible. The hammmering kicks on "Limits Of Real" underscore warbling keys and the robust broken beats of "Shelter" house solemn melodic sequences that weave in and out of Grindvik's direct but subtle arrangements.
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Transmission
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Transmission (trifold 180 gram vinyl 3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DRONE 007LP. Rel: 30 May 16
  1. Metal Box (11:35)
  2. Consequences Of Love (6:32)
  3. Transmission (5:34)
  4. Mind Control (5:33)
  5. Flak (4:41)
  6. Sequential Analog Memory (6:33)
  7. Arise (4:16)
  8. You Disco I Freak (8:08)
  9. Strom (6:14)
  10. Transwave (7:21)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
Review: Richard Fearless returns with Death In Vegas' sixth album 'Transmission'. Collaborating with artist and writer Sasha Grey, the project is a killer combination of Grey's lyrics with Fearless' signature sound, honed in his Metal Box studio. Said to have bonded over a shared love of Chris & Cosey and Throbbing Gristle, the duo really find their comfort zone on this LP. Alongside lead single 'You Disco I Freak', we particularly enjoyed the very Songs Of Love & Lust sounding "Consequences Of Love", the dark and tunnelling minimal techno of "Flak" and sexy EBM pulsations of "Sequential Analog Memory" .
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Invocations II (The Obelisk Of TJ // Age Of Apathy Tape)
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  1. Track 1 (1:15)
  2. Track 2 (6:49)
  3. Track 3 (6:04)
  4. Track 4 (1:13)
  5. Track 5 (6:58)
  6. Track 6 (5:52)
  7. Track 7 (7:12)
  8. Track 8 (7:56)
  9. Track 9 (1:20)
Review: Invocations II (The Obelisk Of TJ // Age Of Apathy Tape) finds the curious John T Gast follow in the footsteps of Galcher Lustwerk in having his mix for cult online platform Blowing Up The Workshop make the transition to vinyl. Any one that indulged in Gast's wonderful Planet Mu album last year or has picked up on the random assortment of cross-format releases the sometime Inga Copeland collaborator should definitely investigate this nine-track collection. Self-released by Gast himself, it further casts him as one of the UK's most unique talents, channelling a murky haze close to Gunnar Wendel, or toying with pitch-shifted pop vocals and melodies ripped from toy-like instruments. You won't find another slab of vinyl that sounds quite like Invocations II this month.
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Vibrations
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Vibrations (3xLP)
Cat: TRESOR 287. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  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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At The Turn Of Equilibrium
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Cat: MMLP 042. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. Then Life (4:53)
  2. The Lattice (10:18)
  3. Before It All Ends (10:15)
  4. Midnight Orchestra (9:12)
  5. Mist (10:47)
  6. New Hope (6:40)
  7. Missing You (9:26)
  8. Everlasting Love (9:02)
  9. Then Life
  10. The Lattice
  11. Before It All Ends
  12. Midnight Orchestra
  13. Mist
  14. New Hope
  15. Missing You
  16. Everlasting Love
Review: Croatia's Petar Dundov, as those in the know well know: is one of the original proponents of the 'hypnotic techno' sound and why he's such a favourite at events such as the iconic Labyrinth Festival in Japan. In a career that's spanned over 16 years, At The Turn Of The Equilibrium LP marks his fifth album. Half the tracks are some of the most captivating and immersive ambient soundscapes that will inspire you with awe; such as on "Then Life" and "Everlasting Love" but rest assured there's some sweet trance inducing grooves also, like "The Lattice", the positive and uplifting "Before It All Ends" and the sombre and mysterious "Midnight Orchestra" which have you tunnelling down the abyss gloriously.
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Sea Shell City
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Cat: AIRCD 04. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. Morning/Afternoon/Night
Review: American ambient producer Michael Mantra sadly passed away a few years back, having played a vital role in the development of vibrational and sonic therapy. His theories hugely influenced Echospace duo Stephen Hitchell and Rod Modell, who became close friends with Mantra during the final years of his life. Here they pay tribute to him, creating a piece in three parts inspired by his theories and production methods. It's an all-analogue, drone-influenced soundscape full of dubbed-out textures, meditative white noise and subtle melodic shifts, created in part by using a variety of obscure electronic instruments and experimental production techniques. Sea Shell City is a fitting tribute to Mantra's work, and one of Modell and Hitchell's finest ambient works.
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Sequential Sleep
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Cat: SEQCD 01. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. Sequential Sleep (Granular mix)
  2. Sequential Sleep (Modular mix)
Review: Echospace man Stephen Hitchell has been devoting much time to his Variant project over the last couple of years, releasing no less than nine, straight-to-tape explorations in 2015 alone. Here, he continues his seemingly endless voyage into the deep space where ambient, sound design and dub techno meet. Sequential Sleep is a double-disc affair, with each CD boasting one long take on the fluid, spacey, becalmed and hazy title track. The differences between the two are subtle, but certainly noticeable: the slightly longer Granular Mix (hosted on disc one) feels more fluid and spaced-out, while the Modular Mix (presumably titled in honour of Hitchell's chosen production method) is bolder and louder, with more distinctively layered electronic textures.
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I Have A Question
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VARIOUS
I Have A Question (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: TRP 005. Rel: 07 Dec 15
  1. Roma Zuckerman - "I Have A Question" (7:33)
  2. Population One - "Escape" (3:50)
  3. Nina Kraviz - "Let's Do It" (6:42)
  4. Bjarki - "PC Muscles" (4:26)
  5. DJ Sodeyama - "Miles Pt 2" (6:53)
  6. Fred P - "Higher Mentalism" (edit) (4:40)
  7. K Hand - "Sound 6" (6:04)
  8. Vladimir Dubyshkin - "Hair Like String, Like A Harp" (6:14)
Review: Nina Kraviz seems to have a thing for double-pack compilations. Of the first three releases on her label, Trip, two were double-vinyl sets featuring contributions from a wide range of artists. This fourth missive from the imprint sticks to Kraviz's tried-and-tested formula. Predictably, it's stuffed with high-grade material, from the wonky, acid-goes-bump madness of Population One's "Demonstration 9", and low-slung techno throb of Bjarki's "PC Muscles", to the out-there jack attack of Fred P's "Higher Mentalism (Edit)", and raging, "Energy Flash" style madness of Vladimir Dubyshkin's "Hair Like Strings Like A Harp". The Siberian label manager's own contribution, the freaky anthem "Let's Do It", is arguably one of her strongest cuts, too.
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Accelerator: 25th Anniversary Edition (reissue)
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  1. Expander (5:36)
  2. Stolen Documents (5:15)
  3. While Others Cry (4:18)
  4. Calcium (6:33)
  5. It's Not My Problem (3:54)
  6. Papua New Guinea (6:45)
  7. Moscow (3:35)
  8. 1 In 8 (4:56)
  9. Pulse State (7:21)
  10. Central Industrial (3:53)
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Front
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Front (2xLP)
Cat: BIRDIE 005. Rel: 30 May 16
  1. Black Cat (5:54)
  2. The Hop (6:41)
  3. Defektor (dub) (7:01)
  4. La View (7:46)
  5. Solitude (2:03)
  6. Hum Drum (5:28)
  7. Moving Target (5:38)
  8. Elements (7:14)
  9. Bergmann (6:49)
Played by: S-File
Review: It's hard to imagine drum'n'bass-turned techno artist Marcus Kaye being a golf fan, but that's where he gets his Trevino stage name from, as well as the inspiration for his label. It's also surprising that he is releasing an album in two parts - Front and Back. Comprising nine tracks each, they will be the same length together as a golf course. Of course this would mean nothing if Kaye wasn't a boss producer. Front starts with the lush Detroit techno of " Black Cat" before switching into the buzzing "The Hop". "Defektor Dub" is a rolling, chord-heavy affair, while the insistent bass and fragile melodies of "La View" are as flawless as a perfectly manicured green. As far as house and techno goes, Front is a hole in one.
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Live Free Or Die
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Cat: DARKLP 01. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Sunrise (4:38)
  2. Watching Deers In The Dawn (4:44)
  3. Take A Ride (4:28)
  4. IPA (5:54)
  5. Bumpy Roads (6:18)
  6. Old Barn (5:46)
  7. Apple Turnover (5:20)
  8. Atlantic (5:33)
  9. Bonfire On A Beach (4:32)
  10. Live Free Or Die (4:07)
Played by: Snuffo
Review: Bemasked Snuff Crew man Snuffo comes through with his debut album, the rather strikingly-named Live Free or Die, which doubles up as the first LP release on the Berlin label's In The Dark Again subsidiary. Apparently recorded after a trip to New Hampshire in the US - whose state motto inspires the title - the ten tracks offer an insight into Snuffo's darker sensibilities and bring out some of his EBM and industrial flavours. Amidst the oodles of spectral synths that characterise the album, what really comes through is Snuffo's mastery of drum machine rhythms making Live Free or Die an album full of tracks suited for the dancefloor.
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Machine Trax Vol 2
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Machine Trax Vol 2 (cassette)
Cat: F FLASH 002 CAS. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Overload
  2. Offworld Forest
  3. Creatures From The Edge
  4. Clone War
  5. When Machines Talk
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Ex:El (reissue)
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Ex:El (reissue) (limited numbered 180 gram audiophile yellow vinyl 2xLP + 4 page booklet)
Cat: MOVLP 1615. Rel: 30 May 16
  1. San Francisco (4:56)
  2. Spanish Heart (feat Bernard Sumner) (3:51)
  3. Leo Leo (4:02)
  4. Qmart (feat Bjork) (4:59)
  5. Nephatiti (4:48)
  6. Lift (5:05)
  7. Ooops (feat Bjork) (4:52)
  8. Empire (4:18)
  9. In Yer Face (In Yer Face mix) (5:13)
  10. Cubik (original mix) (3:19)
  11. Lambrusco Cowboy (4:05)
  12. Techno Bell (4:56)
  13. Olympic (bonus track) (4:20)
  14. Ski Family (bonus track) (5:10)
  15. Ooops (Utsala Head mix - bonus track) (3:24)
  16. Cubik (Monkey Mafia remix - bonus track) (5:24)
Review: For those that don't know, Ex:El was the third LP by British electronic pioneers 808 State released in 1991. The album features guest vocalists such as New Order's Bernard Sumner on "Spanish Heart' and Bjork on "Qmart" and "Ooops" which would result in the Icelandic singer having a continued working relationship with Graham Massey over the years. Their teaming up with figures of the alternative music scene of the time started a trend that many other electronic music groups would become to follow. Perceived by many to be one of their finest albums, this one will be a welcome edition to any 808 State fans collection on vinyl.
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So Far So Super (Record Store Day 2016)
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So Far So Super (Record Store Day 2016) (limited 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMSD 004LP. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. Jackson (5:52)
  2. Heroin (7:04)
  3. Happiness (6:41)
  4. Voodoo (7:14)
  5. Grace (6:42)
  6. Quarks - "I Walk" (Superpitcher Schaffel mix) (7:05)
  7. People (5:47)
  8. Mushroom (6:30)
  9. Rabbits In A Hurry (7:34)
  10. Baby's On Fire (6:15)
  11. More Heroin (7:13)
  12. Tomorrow (6:23)
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The Follower
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The Follower (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 350. Rel: 04 Apr 16
  1. The Follower (9:56)
  2. Pink Sun (8:50)
  3. Monte Verita (10:31)
  4. Soft Streams (10:45)
  5. Raise The Dead (11:19)
  6. Reflecting Lights (10:26)
Review: In the words of Axel Willner himself regarding his fifth studio album "The Follower is about old myths, finding utopia and how mankind repeatedly makes the same mistakes over and over". The title track is fairly stomping acid techno that hypnotises you with its loopy and sinister repetition until the snare drum and organ sets in around the five minute mark; transforming the track dramatically. There's also some stylish electro-pop noir in the form of "Pink Sun" while "Monte Verita" or "Soft Streams" have that classic Kompakt sound ie: ethereal and dreamy house journeys. We particularly enjoyed the droney shoegaze electronics of "Raise The Dead" and the 14 minute long closing epic "Reflecting Lights", an ambient house journey that even The Orb would be impressed by.
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Neptune's Lair
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Cat: TRESOR 10129. Rel: 24 May 10
  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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KMT
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KMT (limited 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SJRLP 333. Rel: 23 May 16
  1. Anachronistic (9:13)
  2. Hierarchical (7:38)
  3. Book Of Gaties (8:46)
  4. Negroid Spinx (6:22)
  5. Qustul Artifacts (11:29)
  6. Naqada (11:10)
  7. K.M.T. (7:10)
  8. Meroitic Script (9:55)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan, Ekoplekz
Review: Jamal Moss, aka Hieroglyphic Being, returns this time under the alias Africans with Mainframes. With fellow Chicagoan Noleian Reusse they have been releasing music under the name Africans with Mainframes for over 15 years now. The KMT LP is the debut album from the group, a collage of apocalyptic Chicago acid meets industrial and transcendental post-house machine funk. Both intense and unique, the album of forward-thinking, experimental, boundary-pushing Afro-futurist electronic music shows why Hieroglyphic Being is regarded as one of the most serious purveyors of experimental electronic music today.
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Meditations/Industry
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Cat: DE 103. Rel: 18 Jan 16
  1. Inward Fathoms (4:28)
  2. Sea Bering (5:12)
  3. Phantom Pain (5:17)
  4. Between Electrons (4:55)
  5. Meditations/Industry (7:26)
  6. In Love/With Light (7:26)
  7. 302636797.77082 (5:21)
Review: Despite their obsession with unearthing and reissuing obscure gems, Dark Entries do occasionally release new - or, at least, nearly new - music. Meditation/Industry is the debut vinyl release from Austin-based analogue hardware enthusiast Bill Converse. Made up, in part, from one-take tracks originally released on cassette, it's an album that emphasizes hissing drum machine percussion, wavering synthesizer lines, and the kind of evocative, entertaining material that sits somewhere between cold wave, EBM, experimental Chicago acid and the far-sighted shuffle of Detroit techno. As debuts go, it's pretty darn good, and well worth further exploration.
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Briefly Eternal
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Cat: PERLON 95CD. Rel: 05 Aug 13
  1. Phowa
  2. Mourning
  3. Remembrance
  4. The Absent
  5. I Can't Look At You
  6. Dans La Nuit
  7. The Sentinel
  8. Crepuscule
  9. Bardo Thodol
  10. Jhator
Played by: Teshno
Review: Amazingly, it's been over a decade since Mark Leclair's last solo album, the micro-house masterpiece, My Way, under his Akufen guise. Given his immense talents, that's a long time between drinks. The good news is that Briefly Eternal, under his lesser-known Horror Inc. alias, is something of a triumph. While there are nods to his micro-house past - most notably on the mournful, string-laden "Rememberance", jazz-flecked "I Can't Look At You" and wide-eyed, melody-driven "The Sentinel" - Briefly Eternal is a far more complex and wide-ranging set than that. Along the way, there are successful forays into jazz (the dark "Crepscule" and baggy "Bardo Thodol"), The Field style organic techno ("Jhator"), and even jaunty jazz-funk ("Mourning").
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A Mind Forever Voyaging
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Cat: CRLP 13. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. Loom (2:38)
  2. The Killing Game Show (6:29)
  3. Side Scrolling (5:27)
  4. Guardian Dragon (6:27)
  5. Three Sisters (7:15)
  6. Journey Through Fractal Mountain (7:07)
  7. Visible Differences (8:21)
  8. 1997 (feat Sean Dixon) (6:03)
  9. Lost Patrol (1:54)
  10. Uptopia (5:00)
Review: Having disowned his drum and bass and disco re-edit roots, Stu Robinson has enjoyed a career revival following the adoption of the ASOK moniker in 2012. This upturn in fortunes is no freak occurrence, though; Robinson's productions during the period, which make great use of vintage analogue gear, are better than ever. That much is clear from A Mind Forever Voyaging, his debut album on Creme Organization. Rooted in early '90s techno - both American and European - the set blends distorted drum machine rhythms and intergalactic synthesizer motifs with booming basslines and spooky, outer-space textures. There are, naturally, a few ambient excursions dotted throughout, as well as an impeccable trip into the lesser-explored world of tech-jazz ("Journey Through Fractal Mountain").
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II
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II (LP)
Cat: MTR 035LP. Rel: 05 Aug 13
  1. The Mark (interlude)
  2. Bad Kingdom
  3. Versions
  4. Let In The Light
  5. Gita
  6. Clouded (interlude)
  7. Damage Done
  8. This Time
Played by: Toki Fuko
Review: Given the hype that surrounded the release of the first Moderat set back in 2009, we can surely expect more of the same for this second outing from Apparat and Modeselektor. Those familiar with the first album's woozy blend of IDM, Thom Yorke indebted vocal dreaminess, porchlight techno and post-dubstep rhythms will immediately feel right at home. Online reviews have focused largely on II's atmospheric warmth, and the way in which the Berlin-based trio seems to have refined their sound. Both are valid critiques; certainly, there's a maturity and musical complexity to the album that betters much of their previous works. It's not much of a dancefloor set, but that's entirely the point; this is locked-in headphone listening for the wide-eyed generation.
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Unknown Landscapes Vol 3
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EXIUM/VARIOUS
Cat: POLEGROUP 035CD. Rel: 21 Dec 15
  1. Edit Select - "The Freezing Process"
  2. VRIL - "knokOKknok"
  3. Samuli Kemppi - "Bioskop"
  4. Birth Of Frequency - "Cold Spell"
  5. Refracted - "Separate Action"
  6. Jeroen Search - "The Method Differs"
  7. Echologist - "1968"
  8. Francois X - "Crisp"
  9. Eric Fetcher - "Commender"
  10. Antigone - "Printer's Devil"
  11. Mental Resonance - "Resonant Object"
  12. Reeko - "Regnum Asturorum"
  13. Oscar Mulero - "Ascension"
  14. Ribe - "Deviation"
  15. Inigo Kennedy - "The Shepard Tones"
  16. Christian Wunsch - "Blazar"
  17. UVB - "Fantastic P"
  18. Kwartz - "Doctrine"
  19. Sleeparchive - "Multicolored Works"
  20. Dino Sabatini - "Enigmatica"
  21. Pulse One - "Estrangements"
  22. Exium - "Bextar"
  23. Allen - "Altered Memory"
  24. Conrad Von Orton - "Nathalie"
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Moderat
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Moderat (gatefold LP)
Cat: BPITCHCTRL 200. Rel: 01 Jun 09
  1. A New Error
  2. Rusty Nails
  3. Seamonkey
  4. Slow Match (feat Paul St Hilaire)
  5. 3 Minutes Of
  6. Nasty Silence
  7. Sick With It (feat Delle aka Eased From Seeed)
  8. Porc#1
  9. Porc#2
  10. Les Grandes Marches
  11. Berlin
  12. Nr 22
  13. Out Of Sight
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60 Degrees 43 Nord (reissue)
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60 Degrees 43 Nord (reissue) (gatefold splattered translucent vinyl 2xLP + CD)
Cat: 506042 1564777. Rel: 30 May 16
  1. Abysses (6:55)
  2. 8 ZL 40 (7:17)
  3. Hebrides (5:55)
  4. Shannon (4:30)
  5. Le Jardin (5:15)
  6. Metarea (7:40)
  7. Rockall (5:14)
  8. Soileil Bleu (6:52)
  9. Bailey (5:11)
  10. Le Lac (8:14)
  11. Abysses
  12. 8 ZL 40
  13. Hebrides
  14. Shannon
  15. Le Jardin
  16. Metarea
  17. Rockall
  18. Soileil Bleu
  19. Bailey
  20. Le Lac
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Tour De France
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Tour De France (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + booklet)
Cat: STUMM 310. Rel: 16 Nov 09
  1. Prologue
  2. Tour De France (Etape 1)
  3. Tour De France (Etape 2)
  4. Tour De France (Etape 3)
  5. Chrono
  6. Vitamin
  7. Aero Dynamik
  8. Titanium
  9. Elektro Kardiogramm
  10. La Forme
  11. Regeneration
  12. Tour De France
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Techno Pop
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Techno Pop (heavyweight vinyl LP + booklet)
Cat: STUMM 308. Rel: 16 Nov 09
  1. Boing Boom Tschak
  2. Techno Pop
  3. Musique Non Stop
  4. Der Telefon anruf
  5. House Phone
  6. Sex Objekt
  7. Electric Cafe
Played by: Rising Sun
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EX: Performed Live At The Guggenheim NYC
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Cat: STUMM 370. Rel: 14 Jul 14
  1. EXposed
  2. EXtend
  3. EXpand
  4. EXtrude
  5. EXplore
  6. EXpire
  7. EXhale
Review: Richie Hawtin once famously said "Vinyl is a pain in the ass" but here he is doing it again as Plastikman on the physical medium. The last album he made as under his revered alias came in 2003's Closer, and more than a decade later he provides EX, a seven-track LP recorded live at New York's Guggenheim Museum for a special performance at the invitation of fashion designer Raf Simons. From "EXposed" to "EXhale" each track varies in the way it beeps, bleeps and gurgles with super sweet acid. Italo synths take over in "EXtend" and "EXpand", while basslines and kooky electronics similar to Yello rise to the surface in "EXtrude". "EXplore" is a track for the Plastikman devotee while "EXpire" and it's climbing synth will be sure to drive the many festivals Hawtin plays this year toward pandemonium. Plastikman is back!
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Midnight Wave
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Cat: LT 013. Rel: 26 Oct 15
  1. Accept The Light (2:15)
  2. Gray's Legend (3:43)
  3. Caeland (4:14)
  4. Adrift (4:08)
  5. Somorja (4:56)
  6. Sweet Cherry Soul (2:06)
  7. Midnight Wave (3:50)
  8. Stolen Moment (3:05)
  9. Shadow Game (2:20)
Review: Oh Lord! These days there are even reissues of albums from a few years back on different labels! That just shows the state we're in right now: everybody's just vinyl hungry. Imre Kiss' 2013 cassette excursion on Farbwechsel, the aptly named Midnight Wave, is given the vinyl treatment by London powerhouse Lobster Theremin, and the artwork has been given a good makeover, too. Many of you are probably familiar with the release already, but this is the perfect joint if you're looking for house music that spans onto the bizarre and the abstract; you'll find nine tracks of meditative dancefloor delight and, as Ron Morelli would label it, it's certainly club music for shut ins. For fans of everything from Opal Tapes to Berceuse Heroique.
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Mayday
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Mayday (gatefold 2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: BNR 155. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. Overthrow (4:37)
  2. Mayday (3:21)
  3. Revolt (3:03)
  4. Euphoria (feat Remy Banks) (4:36)
  5. Rock The Bells (2:52)
  6. 2 Live (3:24)
  7. Would You Listen (3:18)
  8. Starchild (POLICA) (4:29)
  9. Midnight (4:36)
  10. Los Ninos (4:02)
  11. Hardkotzen (3:08)
  12. Birthday (feat Hudson Mohawke & Spank Rock) (3:18)
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Yoyogi Park
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Cat: MULEMUSIQCD 54. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Marble Star
  2. Joy Ride
  3. Tensui
  4. Ava
  5. Nightlife
  6. Marble Star
  7. Clouds & Arrows
  8. Illuminated
Review: Lawrence's latest full-length, his third and final for Mule Musiq, is described by its' creator as being "deep and mystical". It was inspired, in part, by a Tokyo green space of the same name, and includes elements recorded by Lawrence's live band, Sky Walking, and plenty of field recordings to add texture. The result is a luscious deep house and techno set that veers from the dreamy and rolling ("Tensui"), and lovably bouncy (delicious IDM/electro excursions "Ava" and "Simmer"), to deep and dirty ("Joy Ride"), via wide-eyed humidity (the hypnotic and beautiful "Illuminated"). Lawrence rarely fails to disappoint, of course, but even by his standards Yoyogi Park is something special.
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Cosmic Vibrations
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Cat: ERS 013. Rel: 24 Nov 14
  1. Out West
  2. Cartusian Log Book
  3. Shockers
  4. She Got Love
  5. Somnambulation
  6. Easter Island Electric Brain
  7. Underdogs
  8. Minimal Virbations
  9. Straightline
  10. Nova Laser
  11. Glass Skeletons
  12. Bells
Review: When Juno Plus spoke to Emotional Response boss Stuart Leath recently, he talked excitedly about his latest time intensive project - trawling through boxes of old cassette recordings from L.A multi-instrumentalist Eddie "Secret Circuit" Ruscha to compile a follow-up to 2012's brilliant Tropical Psychedelics compilation. Predictably, the resulting collection is nothing short of brilliant. Typically eccentric, melodious, atmospheric and bristling with interesting ideas, Cosmic Vibrations delves deeper into Ruscha's archives and comes up with gold. Highlights are naturally plentiful, but keep an eye out for the psychedelic ambience of "Electric Brain", the analogue electronic explorations of "Nova Laser", and "Shockers", an acid-flecked chunk of chiming Balearic deep house with exotic, Arabic touches.
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Stowaway (white vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: TPTLP 006. Rel: 11 Apr 16
  1. Poldark (6:37)
  2. Blackwater (4:52)
  3. Stowaway (5:08)
  4. Snake Eyes (6:47)
  5. Black Alleysally
  6. The Pain Train
  7. Grave Digger Figure (6:22)
  8. Bad Blood (5:23)
Review: The past few years have seen Keiran Whitefield develop a rep for hardware-based techno under his Ansome name, with his live sets complemented by a growing 12" discography featuring slamming records for Mord, South London Analogue Material and Mindcut. It was no surprise to see Ansome align with UK daddy Perc Trax last year, a union inaugurated with the no-holds-barred 12" The White Horse. Attempting an album is seen as a right of passage for techno artists, so here comes Ansome with his debut long player for Perc Trax, Stowaway. Ten tracks deep, Ansome's debut LP mixes up the type of 5am wall shakers he is known for with an exploration of more spacious and atmospheric tracks.
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