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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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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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Utility (2xLP)
Cat: LIVITY 019. Rel: 18 Apr 16
  1. Comments Off (4:13)
  2. Scido (4:52)
  3. Balance (4:56)
  4. Sleep Chamber (5:19)
  5. Some Cats (3:11)
  6. Loops 1 (4:07)
  7. A Bluish Shadow (3:44)
  8. Bubbling Under (5:04)
  9. Shots Fired (5:41)
Played by: Martyn
Review: The steady rise of Joe Cowton has been such that Utility, his long-awaited debut album, is arguably one of the most hotly anticipated techno sets of 2016. Happily, it's a fine set, brilliantly showcasing his instinctive way with booming, stripped-back drum patterns, sparse textures, and alien electronics. While there are forays into more house leaning pastures - see the dreamy, metallic shuffle of "Scido" - and cascading ambience ("Some Cats" and "A Bluish Shadow"), it's naturally the album's more bombastic, club-ready stompers that really stand out. These include two subtle reinventions of early British bleep techno ("Balance" and "Shots Fired") that aptly showcase the London-based producer's Northern roots.
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Cat: NE 28. Rel: 18 Apr 16
  1. Hatets Sanger (9:58)
  2. Bensin I Storkagetrask (4:26)
  3. Minnen Av Morfar (6:38)
  4. Hedvigstad (3:18)
  5. Norr Om Uppsalaslatten (7:23)
  6. Svarta Orkideer (4:46)
  7. Lidandets Lustgard (6:14)
  8. Helge Holmlund (7:10)
  9. Svaltaren (4:22)
  10. Oster Om Hebbershalet (6:00)
  11. De A Dar Vi Kom Ifran, A Dit Vi Ska, Sa De A Lika Bra A Borja Vanja Av Sa Me A Leva (6:28)
Review: Finding its home among the shadiest and most cutting-edge of labels, Jonas Ronnberg and Michel Isorinne's DARFDHS project has always been a favourite of ours since their inception back in 2013. They return to the excellent Northern Electronics with an extended LP, eleven cuts of sporadic, noisy pseudo techno to wreck both your speakers and your jaws. From "Hatets Sanger" through to "De A Dar Vi Kom Ifran, A Dit Vi Ska, Sa De A Lika Bra A Borja Vanja Av Sa Me A Leva", we are immersed in a world of icy sonics that range from the violent and beat-driven, to the utterly placid and desolate. If you're looking for a journey around the tech sphere, this'll surely do it!
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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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Tragedy Of Truth
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Cat: BEAT 10. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Throw Yourself Into A Scenario Of Which You Know No Ending (2:21)
  2. On The Edge Of Forever (4:34)
  3. Mental Attitude (4:58)
  4. Spiral Of Silence (5:29)
  5. Consuming Passion (5:56)
  6. Catching The Scent Of Melancholy (6:36)
  7. Poisoned By Sweet Things (5:27)
  8. Tragedy Of Truth (6:34)
  9. Law Of Attraction (5:24)
  10. The End Is Not Always Just An End, Sometimes It Is Also A New Beginning (1:57)
Review: The Don't Resist The Beat mainman is back with his first full length under his Milton Bradley alias, which reboots the label after a four year hiatus. The Berlin native (known as Patrick Radomski to his Mum) has recently released on his other imprint Alien Rain and Henning Baer's K209 and Tragedy Of Truth stays on the same path of direct (yet cerebral) dancefloor oriented techno, as well as some experimental and ambient excursions too. Highlights include the reductionist acid madness of "Spiral Of Silence", the glacial and textured dub techno of "Poisoned By Sweet Things" and the tunnelling and hypnotic pre-peak time builder "Law Of Attraction".
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Flora (2xLP)
Cat: SUSH 037. Rel: 04 Apr 16
  1. Track 1 (9:39)
  2. Track 2 (8:51)
  3. Track 3 (7:48)
  4. Track 4 (7:28)
  5. Track 5 (6:07)
Review: Newcomer Eric Miller arrives on the scene with a big bang, landing his debut release on the always brilliant Sushitech. This is six cuts of quality deep techno of the dubby kind; "Untitled 1" is evidence of this with its resonating dub chords hypnotising you into submission. The stripped and rolling bass driven house of "Untitled 2" is a worthy addition to any serious DJs crate while "Untitled 4" is possibly the most emotive and melodic cut on here with its mesmerising chords and trippy arpeggio doing most of the work over a restrained groove. "Untitled 5" is the kind of glacial, smoked out and immersive dub techno that even Rod Modell and Steve Hitchell would stand up and notice. What a debut, this guy is one to watch!
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Gentium (2xLP)
Cat: DBALP 001. Rel: 11 Apr 16
  1. Pok (5:08)
  2. Half Past 3 (8:30)
  3. Don't Hurt Yo Self (4:53)
  4. Past Due (9:13)
  5. Bed & Breakfast (6:02)
  6. NVR (7:08)
  7. Veyra (9:12)
  8. Nobs (3:20)
Review: Given Don't Be Afraid's long relationship with Manuel 'M Gun' Gonzales, it's pleasing to see Semtek's label releasing the Detroit producer's long-awaited debut album. Predictably, it's a fine set, containing a mix of far-out techno throbbers - the hypnotic, piano-laden alien funk of "Half Past 3", fuzzy "Past Due", and classic Derrick May revivalism of "Bed & Breakfast" - dusty electro jams (the brilliant "NVR"), and more experimental downtempo fare (see the bass-heavy, dubbed-out "Nobs" and jazzy opener "Pok"). While it arguably takes mutiple listens to really peel back the layers and get your head round Gonzalez's impressive use of textures, it's more than worth the effort. Put simply, Gentium more than delivers on its' promise.
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Herdersmat Part 1-7
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Herdersmat Part 1-7 (7xLP box repress)
Cat: MORDBOX 001. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Shards - "MRDMRDMRD" (6:34)
  2. Radial - "Cru" (6:42)
  3. Ansome - "Tony" (5:19)
  4. Kwarz - "Roots" (5:19)
  5. Sleepaechive - "Evicted" (3:52)
  6. UVB - "Someone Calling Out" (6:20)
  7. Bas Mooy - "Owl In Daylight" (5:33)
  8. Damcase - "Low Fx To Aux" (6:56)
  9. Ritzi Lee - "Sonic Sense" (5:05)
  10. Eomac - "Phisk" (6:45)
  11. Endlec - "Hard Education" (6:05)
  12. Museum - "Slope" (7:33)
  13. Oscar Mulero - "Liner" (6:33)
  14. SHXCXCHCXSH - "MRD" (5:10)
  15. Lag - "Varijacije" (5:29)
  16. Miro Lopasso - "Beneath" (6:24)
  17. Clouds - "Healthy Rapid" (4:48)
  18. Rebekah - "Orbital" (6:46)
  19. DJ Boss - "Trolley" (4:10)
  20. Myler - "Love For Hire" (6:15)
  21. Sunil Sharpe - "Magpie Science" (5:28)
  22. 3 14 - "Epivitor" (6:08)
  23. Paul Birken - "Cracking Handfed" (5:56)
  24. Pinion - "Sifting" (5:12)
  25. The Transhumans - "Zero-Point Field" (5:56)
  26. ROD - "Betrayed By Love" (5:16)
  27. Ontal - "Deflection" (5:46)
  28. WIRE - "Crucible" (6:06)
Played by: Ben Sims, 3.14
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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Shred (2xLP repress)
Cat: ITLP 02. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Everest (4:33)
  2. HAL Conv (5:20)
  3. Autotuned (6:31)
  4. Shred 08 (5:09)
  5. Backcountry (4:30)
  6. Melczop 2 (5:33)
  7. Zenker Haze Trak (4:16)
  8. Reshape (2:57)
  9. Japan Air (4:50)
  10. Shady Jibbin' (5:08)
  11. Panorama (4:42)
  12. South Mathematikz (4:10)
Review: Having established their Ilian Tape label over a wealth of 12" releases these past few years, the brothers Zenker have expanded its remit to include artist albums in the most thrilling of fashions. Their own Immersion LP set the tone early last year, and now it's the turn of fellow Munich-based DJ and producer Skee Mask with the superb Shred. This 12-track set follows a couple of Ilian Tape singles from Skee Mask which marked him out as a producer of real potential but he's really outdone himself on Shred. There is a faint concept for those that want one, an expansion on his interest in snow and glacier caps, but it's easy enough to plunge headfirst and enjoy this LP on the merits of the music alone. Ambient pieces slide into thunderous techno productions and thrilling sideways turns into broken junglist cuts and vintage IDM sounding diversions.
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Adventures In Techno Soul 3
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Cat: FERLP 9. Rel: 09 Jun 14
  1. Darren Harris - "Orion Nebula"
  2. Affie Yusuf - "Cornish Pasty"
  3. Nebraska - "Moritzplatz Mode"
  4. Hoax Believers - "Cosmic Intervention"
  5. Move D - "Something 'bout The D"
  6. Bush Funk - "Late Night Delivery"
  7. Russ Gabriel - "Live In Tokyo"
  8. Fred P - "Perception"
Review: The original Adventures in Techno Soul compilation was released back in 1996 with remixes of Ferox tracks from the likes of Derrick Carter, Carl Craig and Kenny Dixon Jr. A full 16 year's after its follow up "Further Adventures in Techno Soul" comes this 8 track album of new and unreleased material on double vinyl from 8 different and exciting artists. Ferox is proud to welcome established and respected producers such as Fred P and Germany's Move D to the roster, as well as a welcome return from Affie Yusuf, Nebraska and Bush Funk (Steve O'Sullivan and Winlord X) who were last seen on Soma Records back in 1996. The label is also proud to introduce two new artists, Darren Harris and Spain's Hoax Believers who alongside label boss Russ Gabriel round off this package of soulful electronica. This album is not available as a digital release.
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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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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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The Boat Party
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Cat: WO 13K. Rel: 13 May 13
  1. Kixclap Chord Nhats
  2. Dr Crunch
  3. Spoof
  4. Flemmenup
  5. Crushed
  6. Finnapop
  7. Grungy Gloops
  8. Measure2Measure
Review: ** REPRESS CREW ** Wild Oats don dada Kyle Hall steps up with a long awaited debut album under the KMFH moniker - expect rough, raw machine funk Detroit style across two slabs of wax on The Boat Party. Emerging at the age of 17 on FXHE, Hall has long been referred to as a wunderkind but this LP should really establish him as a fully fledged player in the pantheon of current Motor City producers. From the off, this eight track set feels like Hall recorded straight to tape, with his noted talent for incessant drum machine work and glistening melodics somehow making their presence felt amongst the thick, mulchy, saturated finish that clogs up the channels. Seemingly not occupied with any sort of conceptual ambitions beyond the economic statements of the cover art and title, Hall is left to work through his full range of devastating dancefloor manoeuvres with a few surprises along the way - the high octane ghetto tech "Finnapop" will surprise many. "Detroit Hustles Harder" remember!
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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)
Played by: Jerome Hill
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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Lighthouse Stories
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Cat: LOVE 102. Rel: 18 Apr 16
  1. Saab Prelude (Radio) (1:32)
  2. Six In The Morning (5:32)
  3. Thin Platforms (2:41)
  4. Coquelin Cloarec (Steps) (2:52)
  5. Coquelin Cloarec (Emotions) (3:07)
  6. Judo Coaster (2:53)
  7. Solidor Joint (2:21)
  8. An Other Swim (skit) (1:12)
  9. Feigned Confidence (2:29)
  10. Blinking Lights Sheep (3:58)
Review: Along with pal Black Zone Myth Chant, Low Jack has been responsible for some of the most intense, interesting and downright odd electronic music of recent times. Given this impressive record, it's unsurprising that Modern Love has snapped up Lighthouse Stories, his third full-length. Interestingly, it sees him move away from the dystopian, post-apocalyptic techno sound he's become famous for, instead delivering a set that mirrors the dark-and-light, slow-and-fast hybrid frequently showcased on Black Zone Myth Chant releases. Like that project, the music on Lighthouse Stories is damn near impossible to pigeonhole, sitting somewhere between uncomfortable intensity and exotic beauty.
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Charcoal Eyes: A Selection Of Remixes From Amsterdam
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Cat: 541416 507606. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Placebo - "Scene Of The Crime" (Dave Clarke remix)
  2. Maelstrom & Louisahhh! - "Rough & Tender" (Dave Clarke Ghotic Stripped Down mix)
  3. The Soft Moon - "Wrong" (Dave Clarke remix)
  4. Neon Judgement - "TV Treated" (Dave Clarke Gothic remix)
  5. Gazelle Twin - "Exorcise" (Dave Clarke remix)
  6. Amazing Snakeheads - "Here It Comes Again" (Dave Clarke remix)
  7. I Am Kloot - "These Days Are Mine" (Dave Clarke Fripped Out remix)
  8. Digital 21 & Stefan Olsdal - "Rebellion" (Dave Clarke remix)
  9. A Place To Bury Strangers - "Straight" (Dave Clarke remix)
  10. I Am Kloot - "These Days Are Mine" (Dave Clarke remix)
  11. Amazing Snakeheads - "Here It Comes Again" (Dave Clarke Acoustic remix)
  12. Crash Course In Science - "Flying Turns" (Unsubscrive remix)
  13. House Of Black Lanterns - "Broken" (Unsubscrive remix)
Played by: Black asteroid
Review: Since relocating to Amsterdam over a decade ago, Dave Clarke has kept himself busy with remix work. Much of that material is showcased on the self-explanatory Charcoal Eyes: A Selection Of Remixes From Amsterdam. In typical Clarke fashion, the included reworks touch on dark electro (Maelstromm & Louisaah!, The Soft Moon), eyeliner-clad new wave (Neon Judgement), EBM (Gazelle Twin), pitch-black industrial (A Place To Bury Strangers) and, of course, bombastic techno. In this category you'll find a surprisingly funky rework of veteran indie-rockers Placebo, and a throbbing, set-phasers-to-stun interpretation of Crash Course In Science's "Flying Turns".
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X (3xLP)
Cat: KM 043. Rel: 18 Apr 16
  1. The Durian Brothers - "Weggeputscht" (7:13)
  2. TM404 - "202/202/303/303/606" (6:41)
  3. Mokira - "Time Track" (Silent Servant remix) (8:10)
  4. Fishermen - "Black Haze" (6:49)
  5. Luke Hess - "Believe & Recieve" (Shedsdeepanddubbydub remix) (9:10)
  6. Frak - "666" (6:16)
  7. Mass Prod - "Focaccina" (Jus Ed Soul Stir mix) (10:09)
  8. Jason Fine - "Workin' It Out"
  9. Jonsson & Alter - "Brevet Hem" (instrumental) (8:05)
  10. Jason Fine - "Half" (Anton Zap remix) (6:16)
  11. Gunnar Jonsson - "Massagerutin 1" (10:56)
Review: In all honesty, this latest compilation by Sweden's ever-impressive Kontra Musik caught us by surprise! Before we tell you how much we love this release, it's important to mention that we saw them as a label releasing disparate slices of quality techno, but hadn't predicted their unity as manifested by this get-together of artists. The opener "Weggeputscht" by The Durian Brothers is almost enough to invest the money in this release, a slow-burning tribal nodder with a deep bassline, but the rest of the material by the likes of TM404 or Jason Fine is also pure gold. Our favourites are: the 3D-layered techo of Fishermen on "Black Haze", Frak's bumpy "666", and Silent Servant's remix of "Time Track" by Mokira. Very warmly recommended.
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Cat: EDREAMSCD 002. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Architect Of Your Existence
  2. Blim Burn
  3. Transmission From Jesse
  4. Apokalypsis
  5. Composition
  6. Transmission From Terence
  7. The Naming Of The Names
  8. Chapter & Verse
  9. Slowdive
  10. Telescopium
  11. Transmission From Alan
  12. Quickness
  13. Resurrection Of A Memory
  14. Transmission From Robert
  15. Black Starliner
  16. Transmission From Myrtle Avenue
Review: When Bristolian man-of-mystery A Sagittariun released his debut album, Dream Ritual, back in 2013, there was a brilliant freshness to his '90s inspired intelligent techno sound. Since then, many others have mined similar inspirations, but few can match the authenticity of his sound. Elasticity, his sophomore set, widens his palette of influences further, via nods to blissful ambient house, trippy interludes (complete with spoken word samples from famous psychedelic thinkers), Drexciyan electro, the guitar-laden atmospherics of Jonny Nash, and, most surprising of all, classic UK garage. It's a fine set, all told, and one that reveals greater details with each successive listen.
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Omonimo (CD)
Cat: OUTISOPERA 001CD. Rel: 18 Apr 16
  1. Foreword
  2. Choosing The Right Way
  3. It's My Forest
  4. Follow Me
  5. The Unexpected
  6. Just When I Think About You
  7. Sometimes Back
  8. The Untold Story
  9. Homeward
  10. If (feat Antonello Salis)
  11. Summary
  12. And It All Ends Here (feat Antonello Salis)
Review: From the moment that opening track "Foreword" shuffles in on a wave of picturesque synths and humid textures, it's clear that Dino Sabitini's second full-length, Omonimo, is going to be a positive affair. While rooted in techno, much of the album is a much dreamier, downtempo affair, with hazy chords and twinkling melodies cascading down over beats variously inspired by hip-hop, dub, IDM and classic '90s ambient house. Some listener may also notice a clear influence from late '80s Italian deep house, particularly on the sparkling "Just When I Think About You", and blissful album closer "And It All Ends Here".
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Campello (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: INFORMALP 001. Rel: 11 Apr 16
  1. Formation (5:31)
  2. RT (8:26)
  3. Tidal (8:22)
  4. Cycles (7:16)
  5. Thonn (6:15)
  6. Kyma (7:18)
  7. Campello (7:31)
  8. Deformation (6:11)
Played by: Sonitus Eco
Basement Galaxy
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Cat: APT 023. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Carl Craig - "Angel" (Jerome Sydenham vocal dub) (9:01)
  2. Radio Slave - "Absolute Absolute" (Jerome Sydenham remix) (7:09)
  3. Planetary Assault Systems - "GT" (Function & Jerome Sydenham remix) (7:28)
  4. Tom Laws - "Twisted Cabaret" (Jerome Sydenham remix) (7:05)
  5. Truncate - "Pad Mode" (Jerome Sydenham remix) (6:36)
  6. Kyle Geiger & Bobby Dowell - "Just A Memory" (Jerome Sydenham remix) (6:59)
  7. Raiz - "Keep Secrets" (Jerome Sydenham & Function remix) (6:48)
  8. Xhin - "Incidental" (Jerome Sydenham remix) (6:11)
A Space In Between
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Cat: DUBWAXLP 001. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Departure (6:18)
  2. Back To Basics (6:58)
  3. Back To Basics (Locked Groove) (0:35)
  4. A Space In Between (6:18)
  5. Hommage (6:38)
  6. Traveller (7:03)
  7. Walking In The Park (5:20)
  8. Cracking Grasshopper (1:05)
  9. Rewind (6:51)
  10. Let's Make Some Music (5:08)
  11. Outronation (2:34)
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Xenophobe (2xLP)
Cat: BANK 002. Rel: 21 Mar 16
  1. U More (9:56)
  2. You Say So (5:50)
  3. STE-027 (18:07)
  4. Illusion Flip (7:09)
  5. In Character (6:22)
  6. Showering (6:30)
  7. Xenophobe (5:26)
Review: Bank Records is the new label platform from New York's Entro Senestre and its first release is the debut album from Bookworms! Soak all that information in for a second or two and it makes for quite an impressive statement from Bank; spend some time with Xenophobe, the album in question and you will be even more impressed! The album's seven tracks gather together material Bookworms, aka Nik Dawson, has been accruing since 2008, and as a whole it makes for a pretty far reaching listen. Techno is the starting point for Dawson to head off down some odd bookwormholes, be it the slowed down industrial slug of "U More" to the incessant jackhammer beat down of "You Say So" via the more meditative sounds of "In Character" and "Showering". In amidst all this, there is also the 19 minute epic "STE-027"!!! Wonderful artwork too!
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In My World
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Cat: RHM 017CD. Rel: 14 Mar 16
  1. Turn Left Right Here
  2. Space Age
  3. Let Me Lead The Way
  4. Goon (Entire Kickless) (feat Trish Van Eynde)
  5. Anti Political
  6. At Last
  7. Chicago By Night
  8. Predator's Cave
  9. The Swamp
  10. In My World
Review: Since releasing his first album for 14 years in 2013, Dutch techno veteran Orlando Voorn has been almost unstoppable. This is his third album in as many years, and may well be his strongest set to date. From the start, it's a blindingly colourful, vibrant and melodious affair, with distinct tropical, jazz, new age and heavy electro influences adding extra depth and interest to his Motor City techno template. Highlights are pleasingly plentiful, from the spacey, bittersweet depth of "Chicago By Night" and hip-hop influenced IDM bounce of "In My World", to the spine-tingling beauty of "Anti Political", and warehouse-friendly carnival warmth of "Goon Entire Kickless".
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The Last Resort
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Cat: PFRLP 18. Rel: 16 Oct 06
  1. Take Me Into Your Skin
  2. The Very Last Resort
  3. Evil Dub
  4. Snowflake
  5. Nightwalker
  6. Into The Trees (Serenetti Part 3)
  7. Always Something Better
  8. Moan
  9. Miss You
Played by: Culprate
Review: Anders Trentemøller is one of the rising stars of the dance music scene, his remixes and productions have gained critical acclaim from a broad range of DJs and producers including Pete Tong, Sasha, John Digweed, Switch, MANDY, Mylo, Nathan Fake and Freeform Five. Released on the influential Poker Flat label this is set to be one of the definitive releases of 2006. Available as a limited edition double CD and double LP. Trentemøller is currently the most in-demand remixer (recently delivering critically acclaimed mixes for The Pet Shop Boys, The Knife, Royksöpp, Sharon Phillips and Moby) with releases on Naked Music, Get Physical, and of course Poker Flat/Audiomatique.
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Lebesgue Measures
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Cat: LIES 066. Rel: 22 Feb 16
  1. Kunqiu Rises (5:22)
  2. Nasturtium Leaves (3:42)
  3. Anekantavada (4:36)
  4. Infinite & Cyclical (4:55)
  5. Lemma 3.2 (1:36)
  6. Nonservo (7:43)
  7. Naukratis (6:43)
  8. Reacle (4:33)
  9. Elaea (4:59)
Review: In a vast discography that has spanned well over a hundred releases in the past five years, Ron Morelli's LIES label have issued twelve artist albums thus far. This latest Gunnar Haslam long player means the New Yorker has been responsible for a quarter of these LIES albums! Clearly Haslam is as comfortable within the creative expanses afforded by an album as he is laying down cuts on a 12". Lebesgue Measures finds Haslam essentially picking up where he left off on 2014's Mirrors and Copulations, offering a further evolution in his superbly crafted approach to techno. Across the nine tracks, Haslam plots a measured journey into supple acid lines, expertly programmed drums and occasionally incandescent sonic detail.
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From Silence
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From Silence (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: SUSH 025. Rel: 22 Feb 16
  1. Track 1 (8:41)
  2. Track 2 (8:06)
  3. Track 3 (8:59)
  4. Track 4 (7:11)
  5. Track 5 (7:10)
Review: 13 months on from his last outing for the label, Detroit veteran Delano Smith returns to Sushitech. From Silence is typical of his output for the imprint, and presents an evocative late night fusion of shuffling techno hypnotism and locked-in deep house. "A1" sets the tone, with warm, delay-laden riffs stretching out across a hazy, trance-inducing groove. The more up-tempo "B1" keeps a similar ethos while moving further towards techno territory, as does the more obviously dubby "C1". "D1" is a deep, picturesque treat with a brilliant extended breakdown, while closer "D2" is as toasty and comforting as a drunken, fireside cuddle. It's this track - dreamy and tactile, with slightly looser beats - that arguably stands out, despite the high quality threshold throughout.
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Fabric 87
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Fabric 87 (mixed CD)
Cat: FABRIC 173. Rel: 18 Apr 16
  1. Charlotte De Witte - "Weltschmerz" (Melodic theme)
  2. Scuba - "All I Think About Is Death" (Radio Slave Atmos)
  3. Marcel Fengler - "Zen"
  4. Roberto - "Triage"
  5. Truncate & Jimmy Edgar - "Submission" (Truncate rework)
  6. Mike Dehnert - "Wokabeat"
  7. Reset Robot - "Lolly Pop" (4am mix)
  8. Audion - "Mouth To Mouth" (Scuba Orbital 93 mix)
  9. Bjarki - "Windy Cindy"
  10. Markus Suckut - "Untitled #3"
  11. Alan Fitzpatrick - "Where Haus?"
  12. Alan Fitzpatrick - "1992 (Boxia VIP)"
  13. Mike Dehnert - "Meckwiki"
  14. Monoloc - "Try Some"
  15. Reset Robot - "Pressure" (Roman Lindau remix)
  16. Psyk - "Stigma"
  17. Alan Fitzpatrick - "Eyes Wide Open" (Mark Broom edit)
  18. Ilario Alicante - "Forward"
  19. Operator - "Flat Rotation Curves"
  20. 2000 & One - "Wrangel Calling"
  21. Session Restore - "Speak Out"
  22. Alan Fitzpatrick - "End Theme"
  23. Drewxhill - "Bullets" (Alan Fitzpatrick Lights Up remix)
Review: Despite his well-earned reputation as one of techno's most prolific producers, this contribution to the long-running Fabric series is Alan Fitzpatrick's first mix CD. Happily, it finds the Drumcode regular in fine form, showcasing his wide-ranging approach to late night techno. After beginning with some clandestine ambience and dark downtempo textures, Fitzpatrick proceeds to join the dots between the throbbing peak-time thump of Mike Denhert, the swirling deepness of Bjarki, the spine-tingling rave revivalism of Markus Suckut, and the glassy-eyed Detroit nostalgia of Operator. He wisely includes a clutch of his own productions, too, including the decidedly dystopian "End Theme".
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Animals (2xLP repress)
Cat: DIAG 025. Rel: 18 Apr 16
  1. Believe (3:45)
  2. Head Body (5:27)
  3. 24 (5:26)
  4. Tomorrow We Will Kill You (4:28)
  5. I Know I Know I Know (5:27)
  6. Punch (5:47)
  7. Gutsy (3:27)
  8. Face Attack (5:32)
  9. Presenza Immobile (4:06)
  10. Work Talk (4:27)
  11. They Cannot Be Replaced (3:32)
Review: In interviews, Alessio Natalazia has freely stated his next album would be "very different" and "very intense". That album, his first for Powell's Diagonal stable, has finally arrived, and it's as ballsy, robust and full-throttle as he promised. While it contains nods to the woozy, shoegaze and ambient influenced soundscapes that have been a feature of his previous full-length excursions, these are well hidden behind clandestine fusions of techno and industrial, surging EBM-influenced workouts, post punk-goes-post rock explorations and atmospheric analogue electronics. For those well versed in his back catalogue, Animals makes for arresting listening. As for newcomers, they'll also find much to enjoy throughout.
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The Girl & The Chameleon
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Cat: SHIPLP 04. Rel: 25 Jan 16
  1. In Between (1:53)
  2. The Chase (5:09)
  3. The Lost Planet (4:25)
  4. Interstellar Skyways (1:19)
  5. The Eyes Of The Hydra (5:32)
  6. Snake Mountain (4:27)
  7. No Way Back (2:20)
  8. See The Light (2:06)
  9. Why (4:59)
  10. Gone (4:20)
  11. Behind The Mask (3:13)
  12. The Girl & The Chameleon (5:46)
  13. A New Tomorrow (4:34)
Review: Given the frequent appearance of new 12" singles from The Exaltics - the most familiar pseudonym of German electro/techno/experimental veteran Robert Witschakowski - it's a surprise to find that The Girl & The Chameleon is his first full-length for two years. Largely dark, intense, creepy and floor-friendly, it offers a range of thumping acid techno and electro workouts, interspersed with occasional ambient interludes and musical curveballs. It's arguably these surprise additions, rather than those dancefloor cuts in his tried-and-tested formula, which bring the album alive. Check, for example, the raw 303 lines, bold bleeps and breakbeats of the early Meat Beat Manifesto style madness of "The Chase", and the drowsy, pitched-down intelligent techno revivalism of "No Way Back"; both are superb.
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We Move As One
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Cat: DM3D 012. Rel: 22 Feb 16
  1. Pagan Woman (2:14)
  2. Love Trade (6:16)
  3. Ready To Escape (6:23)
  4. The Hated SZ (6:05)
  5. Living Doll (5:25)
  6. The Sorcerer (6:33)
  7. Journey Home (7:06)
  8. We Move As One (3:24)
Review: French label Dement3d continue their fine run of techno double packs on their first release of 2016, which offers an almighty soundclash between Concrete residents Antigone and Francois X. Both can be considered key artists in the current Paris scene; Antigone has delivered a succession of killer 12"s since his emergence in 2011 on Construct Reform whilst Francois X first made his name on DJ Deep's Deeply Rooted House in 2009 before co-founding the Dement3d label in 2011. We Move As One is the end result of the pair working together over the past three years following an invitation fo Antigone to join Francois X in "Dement3d's inner circle headquarters". One of the tracks here, "The Hated SZ," was made the very first night the pair started working together and it was clearly the impetus for them to continue collaborating. Let's count ourselves lucky they did, as these eight tracks make up a fine collection of nocturnal techno.
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I Have A Question
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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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From Farthest Known Objects
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Cat: DTRCD 3. Rel: 01 Feb 16
  1. EGS-zs8-1
  2. Z8_GND_5296
  3. SXDF-NB1006-2
  4. GN-108036
  5. BDF-3299
  6. ULAS J1120+0641
  7. A1703 ZD6
  8. BDF-521
Played by: Plant43, THE EXALTICS
Review: Here's something to quicken the pulse of any dedicated techno fan: a first new album from Anthony Child in Surgeon mode for five years. Predictably, From Farthest Known Objects is a strong set, with the veteran noisemaker delving deep into his collection of analogue hardware to deliver a set that pops and whizzes with far-sighted intensity. Perhaps the album's most impressive feature is it's wonky melodic appeal, with the Birmingham-born producer delivering fizzing, intergalactic refrains that sound like they were created on broken space hardware. While the rhythms are sometimes as dense and full-throttle as you'd expect, he also doffs a cap to Drexciyan electro, and the kind of distorted, hard-to-describe grooves that were once a hallmark of Autechre. It's a blend that works wonderfully well.
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Shades Of Black
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Cat: MONNOM 007. Rel: 02 Nov 15
  1. Orlok's Symphony (2:29)
  2. Beyond The Planets (5:57)
  3. Renegades Of Conflict (5:54)
  4. Devine Right (5:44)
  5. In The Shadows (3:37)
  6. Protect The Prophecy (5:49)
  7. Requiem Souls (5:50)
  8. Black Pegasus (6:18)
  9. Sempa (5:29)
  10. Afterlife (2:25)
Jeidem Fall
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Jeidem Fall (limited clear vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KALKLP 66. Rel: 05 Mar 12
  1. Geo Scan
  2. Jeidem Fall
  3. Sa Eline
  4. Sussing
  5. Barka
  6. Conpearl Walker
Second Toughest In The Infants (reissue)
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Cat: UWR 00054. Rel: 23 Nov 15
  1. Juanita/Kiteless/To Dream Of Love (16:37)
  2. Banstyle/Sappys Curry (15:21)
  3. Confusion The Waitress (6:49)
  4. Rowla (6:31)
  5. Pearls Girl (9:36)
  6. Air Towel (7:35)
  7. Blueski (3:02)
  8. Stagger (7:37)
Review: Rick Smith and Karl Hyde's Underworld name is one of those UK heritage projects that's been more than influential in shaping the mood of the scene nowadays. Since the late 1980s these guys have done it all and seen it all, accompanied by the likes of Darren Emerson on the journeys, and even featured on film soundtracks such as Danny Boyle's Trainspotting. Second Toughest In The Infants is their 1996 album, and while we hadn't heard it in a while, we're pleased to hear that it has aged remarkably well. In fact, its magnificent blend of growling house beats and placid breakbeat is almost refreshing to the ears nowadays. The freedom with which these guys operated is a pleasure to immerse yourself in, and if you haven't heard this LP yet, do yourself a favour.
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The Follower
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Cat: KOMPAKTCD 130. Rel: 04 Apr 16
  1. The Follower
  2. Pink Sun
  3. Monte Verita
  4. Soft Streams
  5. Raise The Dead
  6. Reflecting Lights
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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We Grow You Decline
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Cat: OSTGUTCD 35. Rel: 01 Feb 16
  1. Telling The Truth
  2. To See Land
  3. Reflection
  4. The Exploring Mountain
  5. Aim For Target
  6. The Living Ritual
  7. When I Speak
  8. Eihwaz
  9. While The Stars Be Not Darkened
  10. You Answered With Love
  11. They Looked On
Review: Over the last three years, fresh-faced Berghain resident Kobosil has steadily built his reputation via releases on Marcel Dettmann Records, his own RK imprint, and most latterly Ostgut Ton. Here, he finally gets a chance to fully detail his widescreen approach to techno on a much-anticipated debut album. While rooted in the kind of clandestine, early morning fare that always goes down a storm in Berlin, the eleven tracks that make up We Grow, You Decline are peppered with a veritable smorgasbord of intriguing influences, from the dark, panicky ambience of "Eihwaz" and grandiose drone textures of "While The Stars Be Not Darkened", to the industrial/EBM pulse of "The Living Ritual", and the soundtrack jazz-goes-techno atmospherics of "To See Land".
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Oasis Collaborating
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Cat: FXHE 2200. Rel: 19 Dec 05
  1. Oasis Fifteen
  2. Oasis Twenty Two
  3. Oasis Nineteen
  4. Oasis Seventeen
  5. Oasis Fourteen (unreleased version)
  6. Oasis Twenty Five
  7. Oasis Twenty One
  8. Oasis Twenty Three
Played by: Sameed
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Obsidian (2xLP)
Cat: 50WEAPONLP 18. Rel: 26 Oct 15
  1. Obsidian (1:39)
  2. Cosmonaut (6:02)
  3. Monolith (4:35)
  4. Transmission (7:18)
  5. Pulse Width (3:42)
  6. Shimmer (5:06)
  7. Vostok 6 (5:17)
  8. Parallax View (5:55)
  9. Poly (4:11)
  10. Tetrapod (3:29)
  11. HRM TX (1:54)
  12. Trickster (5:49)
Played by: Ben Sims, S-File, Unspent
Review: It's fitting that Benjamin Damage is the last artist to release an album on 50 Weapons. Apart from owners Modeselektor, he was also one of the first to feature on the label. Obsidian sees Damage straddle a fine line between the melodic and the atmospheric, the dance floor-heavy and the visceral. This is audible on the title track, where spacey chords are introduced over a rolling rhythm and on "Monolith", an arrangement that sees Damage fuse tribal beats with fragile, angelic hooks. Even though much of the album revolves around this interplay, there are also moments when the balance tips in the favour of the esoteric, and the lithe break beats and sensuous ambience of "Pulse Width" and "Shimmer" bring an end to Damage's relationship with the label in fine, introspective style.
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Keep On
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Keep On (2xLP)
Cat: LH 1221. Rel: 11 Feb 13
  1. Awareness
  2. Humitly
  3. Deep To Deep
  4. Overcome (feat Select)
  5. Break Trough
  6. Inheritance
  7. Direction
  8. Incorruptible
Review: Despite being born and raised in Detroit, Luke Hess is rarely mentioned in the same breath as his Motor City peers. Then again, his brand and dub-infused techno doesn't fit neatly into the futurist narrative. This latest full-length flips the script slightly. While it has plenty of dub-flecked moments (see "Overcome" and "Humility"), there's a greater reliance on melody over mood. While this could be a reflection of the involvement of collaborator Omar-S, it's more likely an indication of Hess's development as a producer. Moving from hypnotic deep house to robust techno via beatless interludes, Keep On is Hess's most accessible set to date.
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4 This Is Living That Gherkin Life
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Cat: 0000000 001. Rel: 29 Feb 16
  1. Gherkin 1 (6:49)
  2. Gherkin 2 (6:33)
  3. Gherkin 3 (5:45)
  4. Gherkin 4 (6:28)
  5. Gherkin 5 (6:20)
  6. Gherkin 6 (5:19)
  7. Gherkin 7 (6:30)
  8. Gherkin 8 (7:42)
Sides Of Space
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Cat: 112 DSR. Rel: 14 Dec 15
  1. Run
  2. Lab Work
  3. Moderna
  4. Transglide
  5. The Deep
  6. Floatation Tank
  7. Aquenatec
  8. Stem Cell
  9. Sides Of Space
  10. Sequensa
  11. Future Sense
  12. Compumotion
Played by: Lee Holman
Alone In Time?
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Alone In Time? (3xLP + CD)
Cat: TOKEN 057LP. Rel: 02 Nov 15
  1. Specialize (6:15)
  2. Orbitron (7:41)
  3. Increment (6:50)
  4. Blind Eye (6:35)
  5. Nep-tune (6:41)
  6. Alone In Time? (6:02)
  7. The Maze (9:50)
  8. Remote (6:29)
  9. Mo_del (4:34)
  10. R-Mash (8:10)
  11. Astryx (5:41)
  12. Specialize
  13. Orbitron
  14. Increment
  15. Blind Eye
  16. Nep-tune
  17. Alone In Time
  18. The Maze
  19. Remote
  20. Mo_del
  21. R-Mash
  22. Astryx
Review: It's some 15 years since Ashley Burchett first donned the O (Phase) moniker to lay down some surging London techno for Cosmic Records. A decade and a half on, he continues to impress with the moodiness and atmospheric intent of his hypnotic dancefloor concoctions. There's much to enjoy on this second full-length - his debut album, Frames Of Reference, dropped in 2013 - from the intergalactic electronics and Drexciyan beats of "Remote", and the looped marimba melodies and sludgy pulse of the title track, to the bleak, ghostly hypnotism of "Increment", and hustling broken techno of "Nep-Tune". This is proper techno for the dancefloor, with enough subtle variations and neat ideas to please all but the pickiest of listeners.
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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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Selected Drumcode Works 96-00 (Record Store Day 2016)
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Cat: DCBOX 01. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. Adam Beyer & Lenk - "Drumcode 01 A1" (5:33)
  2. Tasty Bits A1 (3:47)
  3. Adam Beyer & Thomas Krome - "Nutcrusch B1" (5:13)
  4. Tasty Bits B1 (5:33)
  5. Tasty Bits D1 (4:48)
  6. Compressed A1 (4:43)
  7. Compressed B1 (5:12)
  8. Crispy Bits A2 (4:37)
  9. Drumcode 12 A2 (5:40)
  10. Drumcode 09 A1 (4:12)
  11. Drumcode 09 A2 (5:04)
  12. Drumcode 09 B1 (5:36)
  13. Short Life B2 (4:44)
  14. Adam Beyer & Marco Carola - "Drumcode 16 A1" (4:44)
  15. Crescendo B1 (4:43)
  16. Splits EP A1 (4:06)
  17. Remainings III D2 (5:59)
  18. Remainings III A1 (5:40)
  19. Remainings III B1 (6:04)
  20. Remainings III D1 (5:38)
  21. Remainings III C1
Invisible Switch
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Cat: DKMNTL 029. Rel: 21 Dec 15
  1. Invisible Switch (4:43)
  2. Organ To Dust (5:16)
  3. Reset (5:27)
  4. Tell Us Where (7:08)
  5. Amarna (6:54)
  6. Nabta Playa (6:24)
  7. 18 Arms (6:29)
  8. Beige Mantis (4:47)
  9. Blind Light (7:02)
Review: As the Dekmantel brand expands to incorporate the Selectors festival in Croatia, the Amsterdam collective still remain focused on delivering quality house and techno singles and albums. Another fine year for Dekmantel ends with the welcome arrival of Invisible Switch, a second album from US techno artist Joey Anderson. His is a unique and at times alien take on the artform, crafting percussive textures and oddly intoxicating synth lines that sound unmistakably like Joey Anderson and no others. This is very much the case with Invisible Switch, with tracks like "Reset" and "Tell Us Where" instantly gripping your attention and not letting go, whilst "Amarna" is the most bludgeoningly intense production yet from Anderson. The EOY list compilers will be kicking themselves they missed out on this one.
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