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Menace II Society
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Cat: UTTU 063. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. I've Always Liked Grime (6:52)
  2. Black Palms (5:27)
  3. Menace II Society (6:42)
Review: Jordan Alexander's been rinsing it under his Mall Grab moniker, and every release since his debut back in 2015 has been hotly tipped by us here at Juno towers. EP's for Church, 1080p and Collect-Call have now earned him a spot on Unknown To The Unknown, one of our favourite labels and surely one of the most diverse, too. "I've Always Like Grime", as the name implies, is a house track made by someone who listened to high doses of Crazy Titch and Plastician back in the day, but "Black Palms" does its best to distance itself from the UK thanks to some pretty nasty acid bumps, and "Menace II Society" heads to Chicago with its singular vocal sample and dusty house flex. Sick!
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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 & Rhythms 94-99
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Structures & Rhythms 94-99 (blue vinyl 12" + cassette + booklet + MP3 download card)
Cat: OA 003. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Structures
  2. Harmonic Oscillation
  3. Concrete Sunrise
  4. Frequency Pressure
  5. Structures (reprise)
  6. Cosmic Ocean (1995)
  7. Computer Control (1995)
  8. Steppa Phase (1995)
  9. Revival (1999)
  10. Quadrasonic (1995)
  11. GRB 990123 (1997)
  12. Planetesimal (1995)
  13. The Heliosphere (1994)
  14. PDM X Break (1997)
  15. Black & White (1995)
  16. Rhythms 94-99 (White Peak rework)
Played by: Kid Who, G-Prod, Warren Raww
Review: Following acclaimed releases by Jeremiah R and HVL, Organic Analogue is proud to present an extensive new release from a true underground hero of UK electronic music, DJ Guy. The tracks on the Structures 12" prove that the same spellbinding atmosphere, swooning melodic content and crafty arrangement flex is as present in Guy's contemporary work as it is in his earliest tape rips. Elements of Drexciyan electro and UK ambient techno can be felt throughout, but they're delivered with an equal dose of ingenuity that is all his own. As well as his plentiful techno output, Guy equally turned his hand to some crucial experimental jungle over the years. Rhythms 94/99 harks back to the era of Black Secret Technology, Plug and Depth Charge, all phased, diced up amens and dreamy pads that form a link to Guy's 4/4 work while once more demonstrating how on point his productions were at such a seminal time. The tape they have put together contains ten tracks recorded by Guy between 1994 and 1999 as well as an additional remix by White Peak that draws upon all the tracks for source material.
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In The Reds
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In The Reds (limited red vinyl 12")
Cat: MOUSE 021. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. In The Reds (9:00)
  2. Century Of The Mouse (8:32)
Review: Stadium EDM superstar Eric Prydz is back under his lesser known Cirez D alias for some slamming peak time techno on his Mouseville imprint. The brutal "In The Reds' lives up to its name with its hoovering bassline and slamming beat engineered for peak-time festival main stage madness! He shows a bit more restraint on the flip; "Century Of The Mouse" burns away with a grinding arpeggio, faint mentasms in the background and the metallic hiss of the 909 lurking in background. Hard!
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Intense EP
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Intense EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ALLN 004 . Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Intense
  2. Rage
  3. Subconcious
Review: APOENA get his tracks played by names such as Delano Smith, Luke Hess, Agoria, Baby Ford, Jus Ed (etc...) since his first record out. Known to bring groove into deepness, the brazilian producer may be showing his stronger record so far with "Intense EP". The A Side provides prime driving stuff while B Side take the mood to a more profound level.
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Porn Wax 11
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Porn Wax 11 (limited hand-stamped & numbered pink marbled vinyl 10")
Cat: PW 11. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. Towersound
  2. Man From The South
Played by: Jex Opolis
Review: "400, 10" marbled pink, hand stamped, individually numbered records, single press only."
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The Domino Effect
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Cat: AX 071. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. The Hunted (4:58)
  2. Solar Crossroads (4:10)
  3. Rabid Star Clusters (3:09)
  4. Triangularism (4:16)
Review: More conceptual techno from the The Wizard. Jeff Mills presents the Domino Effect, the first installment of 12" EP from Jeff Mills new solo LP, Free Fall Galaxy, the ninth chapter of his "science-fiction story" Sleeper Wakes and first since 2014's Emerging Crystal Universe. It is a sublime serving of Millsian intergalactic ambience on "The Hunted", while "Solar Crossroads" sees the man employ his classic, cyclical minimalism on this bleepy and hypnotic groove full of rich strings his magical 909 touch. On the flip he takes us deeper into the void on "Rabid Star Clusters" with its snarling use of 303 acid and "Triangularism" which keeps things stripped and minimal on this wonderfully executed method of trance induction. Often imitated yet never matched, Mills still has it and this EP is brilliant from start to finish. Oh... And that cover art!
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Deeon Doez Deeon!
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Deeon Doez Deeon! (12" + insert repress)
Cat: NMBRS 24. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. 2 B Free (5:57)
  2. House-O-Matic (4:11)
  3. Freak Like Me (3:37)
  4. The 604 (6:00)
Review: Given their previously proclaimed love of ghetto house and its' various similarly minded offshoots, its little surprise to find Glasgow's Numbers crew putting out a "greatest hits" EP from long-serving Chicago producer (and former Dance Mania regular) DJ Deeon. The four cuts that make up Deeon Doez Deeon are not necessarily meant to be his finest moments - though they are all killer - but instead represent the Numbers' crew's favourites. There's plenty to get excited about, from the organ craziness, bumpin' beats and classic disco vocals of "2 Be Free" and blistering "House-O-Matic", to the classic, cut-up vocals and stuttering, ghetto rhythms of "Freak Like Me" (first released way back in 1996).
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NGC EP
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NGC EP (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: TOKEN 62. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. NGC6826 (Blinking Eye) (7:51)
  2. NGC6543 (Cat's Eye) (6:23)
Review: The legendary Inigo Kennedy is back on Belgian powerhouse Token with the NGC EP. On the A side "NGC6826 (Blinking Eye)" is a broken beat wall of sound with wailing synth leads that sound at times like bagpipes; this is emotive and truly awe-inspiring stuff. On the flip "NGC6543 (Cat's Eye)" is like a jagged and angular hard electro excursion with its aggressive beat that falls apart at the seams only just enough to give it some captivating looseness, all the while the same ethereal qualities of the previous version are there giving the track its unique atmosphere. Pretty amazing stuff here Mr Kennedy!
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A Name Out Of Place Pt III
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Cat: LIES 082. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Face Of Electric (6:30)
  2. Emotional Eater (5:28)
  3. R (6:12)
Review: Having previously delivered two moody, dystopian EPs for L.I.E.S, Taipei-based Malaysian Tzusing is now an established member of the label's growing roster of artists. A year on from his last missive for Ron Morelli's imprint, he returns with A Name Out Of Place Pt III. As usual, he's in a dark mood, delivering a trio of tracks that bristle with pitch-black electronics, crackly drum machine hits, mind bending acid lines and metallic, industrial-influenced noises. Our pick is probably "Face Of Electric", with its' foreboding chords, warped vocal samples, wild electronics and crunchy breakbeats, but the bittersweet "Emotional Eater" and acid-flecked "R" aren't far behind.
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Sputnik EP
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Sputnik EP (limited 12")
Cat: SUBWAXBCN 1205. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Object D (7:09)
  2. Prosteishy Sputnik (6:03)
  3. Korolev's OKB-1 (7:14)
Played by: Subb-an
Review: If Julian Perez sounds familiar you're not far off; he's better known as Fathers & Sons Productions and responsible for some amazing minimal deep house music in recent years. But on the Sputnik EP for Subwax BCN he really shows us a different side of him on these three wonderful dub techno excursions. Starting with some fierce club friendly vibes on "Object D', then proves he can do anything as good as the Echocord camp can on the glacial and grooving bass therapy of "Prosteishy Sputnik". Finally on the flip we have on the warm and slinky tech house of "Korolev's OKB-1" channelling that classic feeling of Force Inc or Savvas Y. Tip!
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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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Scenes
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Scenes (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: LWKMUS 003. Rel: 06 Jun 16
  1. Prelude
  2. Speed City
  3. Above the Waves
  4. Bent Light
  5. ITCZ
  6. Unnatural City
  7. 1 Parsec
  8. Session
  9. Whitesands
Review: According to White Material pair Galcher Lustwerk and Alvin Aronson, their first collaborative album under the Studio OST alias contains a mix of "breezy electro, aquatic dub, high speed jit, and shimmering atmospherics". While clearly tongue-in-cheek, it's a fairly accurate description. Certainly, there's a fluidity, moodiness and palpable sense of atmosphere at the heart of Scenes, which casually drifts between hard-edged club workouts, hazy post-club fare and dreamy, horizontal experiments. It was apparently recorded over a three-year period, during jam sessions at various New York studios. It's the spontaneous aspect of its' creation that has the biggest effect, and makes the whole thing feel like fleeting snapshots of moments in time.
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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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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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Ross
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Ross (12")
Cat: NATURAL 004. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Gringo's Tropicanas (6:27)
  2. Sleeping Giant (5:40)
  3. Ross (6:53)
  4. Japanese Tendencies (4:48)
Played by: Gnork, Warren Raww
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Piramide 1
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Piramide 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PRMD 001. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. Borealis
  2. Morning Feet Taps
  3. Piramide
Review: Piramide Registrazioni delivers music aiming to keep a solid sound integrity and coherence throughout time, yet not depending on a determined style. For it's debut release Piramide crew drops an hypnotic 3 tracker which puts the audience into a spiral of spacey and gritty sounds.
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The Crane
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The Crane (12")
Cat: NONPLUS 034. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. The Crane (6:48)
  2. The Crane (Inland & Function remix) (9:27)
Played by: Soul Intent
Review: Nonplus began trawling through the Source Direct back-catalogue in early 2015, serving up essential reissues of acclaimed '90s jungle classics "Black Rose" and "Approach & Identify". Here, they revisit 1996 smasher "The Crane", where punchy jungle drums and Reese-influenced sub-bass come accompanied by woozy chords and creepy electronics. As with Nonplus's previous Source Direct reissues, the B-side boasts a contemporary remix. This time round, it's Brooklyn techno mavericks Inland & Function (Infrastructure New York, Ostgut Ton etc.) - whose careers began around the same time as Source Direct - delivering a radical but appropriately clandestine interpretation.
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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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Conditioning For Solitude
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Conditioning For Solitude (140 gram clear vinyl 12")
Cat: TMS 001. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Conditioning For Solitude
  2. Body Burn
  3. 3 Minute Warning (Sheila Fleurrater remix)
Played by: James Friedman
Review: For the opening EP from Too Many Squares, Frank butters manages to gene-splice together the raw DNA from all of the ugly-beautiful sounds present in the birth of modern dance music.
"Conditioning for Solitude" is the hum of dark tubes, the slice and hiss of sharp synthesised percussion and the scream of blissful dementia. The mutant that existed for a brief and joyous frozen moment while disco was still birthing house.
"Body Burn” is the tropics with a black sun and Africanism with a stopwatch instead of a heart.
Recalling experimentalist forays by the likes of Liaisons Dangereuses, Patrick Cowley and Karen Finley, the 2 originals on offer manage to recall the raw passion of an era without feeling contrived or derivative.
The EP is rounded off by Sheila Fleurrater’s remix of “3 Minute Warning” which continues the pioneer-ist motif, albeit allying itself with a much more early industrial aesthetic.
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Cosmic Bebop
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  1. Apples (5:19)
  2. The Theme From Alexia (6:14)
  3. 4 I Am The Light Let Me Show You The Way (9:48)
  4. Finger Prints Of The Gods (6:27)
  5. Other Side Of Time (6:07)
  6. Galaxy Theme (7:01)
  7. The Outernothingness (8:09)
  8. The Secret Life Of Water (6:30)
Review: Jamal Moss doesn't mess around. The legendary Chicagoan is impressively prolific, and seemingly able to knock out a new album or double EP in a matter of days, rather than weeks or months. Cosmic Bebop is his latest set of no-nonsense jack tracks; an eight-track assault on the senses forged from dusty old drum machines, occasional blasts of distant melody, and all manner of mind-altering special effects. It's pretty much what you'd expect from Moss, and for the most part sits in the folder marked "box jams". There are standouts, of course - see the delicious "Track 5" and intense acid workout "Track 7" - but for the most part Moss offers killer variations on a theme.
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Few Tricks For Nervous Dealmakers EP
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  1. Volition Immanent - "Swarm Behaviour"
  2. Zombies Under Stress - "Maan Zal Zijn (1986)"
  3. Zombies Under Stress - "In Onze Tijd (1986)"
  4. Zombies Under Stress - "Maan Zal Zijn" (Svengalisghost remix)
  5. Mark Forshaw - "Submission"
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Contort Yourself has once again gathered the best and boldest from past and present for its fourth EP. To begin with we have the grimacing visage of Volition Immanent, an intense live act made up of Parrish Smith and Mark Van de Maat (Knekelhuis). Behind rawkish distortion, splintered beats and acrid bars screams a boiled anger; a track spitting on the divides of punk and electronics. Nastiness is taken up a notch as noise ne'er-do-wells Zombies Under Stress take over. Static is bent and doubled across thick chords and collapsed clap in the 1986 "Maan Zal Zijn" before the raw and raging battery of "In Onze Tijd." L.I.E.S. regular Svengalisghost grapples with "Maan Zal Zijn, channelling the original's rage into a mechanical monster. The 12" is bookended with bite as Mark Forshaw (Tabernacle/Berceuse Heroique) closes with the tortured and torrential thump of "Submission." A callous, caustic and fervently cruel EP.
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Hyena Sticks Head In Elephant's Butt
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Hyena Sticks Head In Elephant's Butt (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: BFDM 007. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Diablo Verde (live At Bordeaux) (5:28)
  2. Nem De Porc (4:53)
  3. Logan Dub (4:23)
  4. Lauren Mysogyn (4:45)
Review: J ZBEL is the artist behind the Brothers From Different Mothers label out of Lyon, responsible for that absolutely mental track "How I Made My Mom and Sis' Sexbot Slaves" and now presents Hyena Sticks Head In Elephant's Butt also contender for best 12" title of 2016. The music ain't all that bad either. On the A side "Diablo Verde (live At Bordeaux)" is a serving of classic early techno that you would honestly think was a lost tape from the '90s in the vein of early Underground Resistance or Plus 8. "Nem De Porc" goes for a weird junglist flavour that's equally retro leaning. On the flip "Lauren Mysogyn" hammers the message home on this brutalist gabber stomper that absolutely blows the doors off.
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Universe
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Universe (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MSQ 001. Rel: 06 Jun 16
  1. CCO - "Epicycles"
  2. Andreas Gehm - "Tyme 2 Decyde"
  3. Umwelt - "Structure Noir"
  4. Moralez - "Zodak"
Review: MSQ 001 mysteriously divided into bright and dark sides of the universe. On the A-side (the bright one) you will find intergalactic jack groove represented by Contra Communem Opionem aka CCO (Zurich) and made acid trip together with the cosmic rider Andreas Gehm (Coln). the dark B-side accepts the challenge from imperfect planet's chastener Umwelt (Lyon) and a major black hole instigator Moralez (St. Petersburg). mastering is done on the international space station under the guidance of Alden Tyrell (Amsterdam). annals of the universe available only in the form of a physical plastic 12'' carrier in a limited edition of 300 copies...
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Village Elders 001
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Village Elders 001 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GV 005. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. DJ Spider - "Toxic Trace 2"
  2. Dakini9 - "Lost Paradise"
  3. Disaroen - "Serious Doorman"
  4. Nicuri - "Ripples of Time"
Played by: Nicuri
Review: Storming into our fifth release from the dirty shores of New Jersey, Green Village is proud to present Village Elders 001, a compilation EP featuring new material from artists who have already flown the flag for GV. The A-side is held down by the Plan B duo of DJ Spider and Dakini9, purveyors of the Metro Area's dirtiest and deepest house sounds. Spider gets toxic a second time, following his 2013 Instruction drop with 'Toxic Trace 2', a thickly layered deep house cut whose seedy percussion underbelly contrasts vividly with the more traditional deep house pads that accompany it. Dakini9's 'Lost Paradise' is dark and mysterious like its title, the hats, trumpets, and vocals emerging in tangled webs of dub effects, a strong follow-up to her dope EP for the label. Disaroen, a duo from Toronto, half of which previously appeared on GV, turns in the most barren of the four tracks, 'Serious Doorman', heads-down techno that crackles to life halfway in and an auspicious debut for a promising new group. Last is NJ heavyweight Nicuri, a rising star whose 'Ripples of Time' closes the EP in his signature searching, melodic style.
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MDR 19
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MDR 19 (12")
Cat: MDR 019. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. Onto (2010 edit) (5:23)
  2. Escape (3:32)
  3. Nautilus (5:17)
  4. Foundry (5:11)
Played by: DJ 3000
Review: The latest release on Marcel Dettmann's label starts with a surprise; "Onto (2010 edit)" sees the MDR owner in mellow form, as warm piano keys and blissed out chords coalesce over a housey beat. It's only a temporary arrangement however, and "Escape" sees him tease out a dense, dub-coated groove and a slightly stepping rhythm. Both "Nautilus" and "Foundry" mark a return to the purist approach that inspires much of Dettmann's production and the totality of his DJing. Consisting of intricate, stripped back rhythms and ticking, bubbling percussive slivers, they are less abrasive than early MDR records and provide further evidence that Dettmann is maturing as a producer.
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I See What You Did There
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I See What You Did There (limited 1-sided purple marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: SSPS 3. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. I See What You Did There (9:25)
Review: Nijmegen label Shipwrec have been in fairly imperious form this year, canvassing the spectrum of electro for some fine sounding and even-finer-looking records. Washington State artist Chris Roman issued his second 214 album on Shipwrec last year and returns here for "I See What You Did There", the first of several singles to arrive over the coming months - Central Processing Unit, Frustrated Funk and Lunar Disko also have records in the works with him. Taking shape as a one track 12" for the latest in Shipwrec's Silk Screen Printed Series, "I See What You Did There" snaps and throbs in all the right places across its nine minutes but is tempered with a sense of emotive contemplation that lends it some extra depth.
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By Night
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By Night (12")
Cat: ODDEVEN 006. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. By Night (part 1) (6:58)
  2. By Night (part 2) (7:09)
  3. By Night (part 3) (6:47)
  4. By Night (part 4) (6:32)
Played by: S-File
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The Three Crying Fairies
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Cat: TROLLDANS 005. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. First Fairy (6:44)
  2. Second Fairy (7:52)
  3. First Fairy (Vril remix) (8:54)
  4. Third Fairy (4:40)
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Black Water (remastered)
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Cat: 4W 340. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Black Water
  2. Black Waters
  3. Untold
Review: Originally released in 2000, Octave One's Black Water has now received the remaster treatment, taking the highly sought after first pressing of this bona fide Detroit techno anthem and giving it a boost for modern spinners to get busy with. The A side mixes "Black Water" and "Black Waters" are tough-edged bangers with that irrepressible Octave One energy, keeping the beats big and brutal and the melodies stabbing on the former and stripping down to a raw drum track for the latter. However it's the "Untold" version on the flipside that will get the crowds flipping out with its perfect string hook, rousing drums and Motor City romanticism.
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Fragile EP
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Fragile EP (12")
Cat: AS 13. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. Fragile (6:46)
  2. Instamatic (6:24)
  3. DF-23 (7:00)
  4. Ride (7:57)
Review: Some new material from Englishman Lee Norris, an underrated producer who's been around since the late 90s with sporadic releases for the likes of Delsin, Hydrogen Jukebox and Combination Records. The Fragile EP is presented by Lisbon's Assemble Music and is a fine return to form with four cuts of emotive and soulful minimal house with a classic late nineties feel for fans of the likes of Theorem, Swayzak or Donnacha Costello. Starting out with the dusty and emotive ambient house of "Fragile" it's then onto the dark and hypnotic groove of "Neat Buzzl" with its bleeps working against a funky broken beat. On the flip "DF-23" and "Ride" are deep space grooves with a nod to 313 style futurism and hi tech soul aesthetics with some gorgeously emotive strings and lot of funk to boot.
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Drum Trax
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Drum Trax (yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: GYNOID 016. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Model 2 (5:13)
  2. Drum Trax (5:05)
  3. Model 2 (Slam remix) (6:05)
  4. Model 2 (Slam Tenebris dub mix) (6:30)
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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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Whities 007
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Cat: WHYT 007. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. Cylinders (6:58)
  2. Cope (3:56)
  3. Sa45 Circles (6:20)
Review: Some two years on from debuting with the Acid Beth 12" for Young Turks, London producer and carpenter Quirke resurfaces for the latest single from Nic Tasker's Whities label. Once you get past the rather sumptuous sleeve art for Whities 007, Josh Quirke has delivered a really intriguing triplet of productions here. The Beatrice Dillon-approved "Cylinders" can best be described as star gazing trance music shorn of beats (weightless trance anyone?) whilst "Cope" is a brief exercise in scratchy beat design that will appeal to fans of Bruce's "Relevant Again." Quirke saves the best till last with the snapping "Sa 45 Circles" which is reminiscent of Selected Ambient Works-era Aphex Twin.
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Decade Dubs
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Decade Dubs (smokey marbled vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: ETUILTD 010. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. El Choop - "Unknown Landscape" (7:18)
  2. Hydergine - "Blue State Of Mind" (7:23)
  3. Insect O - "Ancient Architects" (6:22)
  4. Monomood - "The Smoker" (8:24)
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Certain Circles 002
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  1. Tecture - "Rebirth" (6:38)
  2. Steve Martin - "Save Deez Nuts" (6:59)
  3. Nick Beringer - "XQS" (6:38)
  4. Ed Herbst - "Modernist Melancholia" (6:10)
Review: Certain Circles come through with an utterly reliable set of tech-house pulverisers, and you can rest assured that you'll get your fill of boom-tiss with these four house nuggets. Tecture drop heavy 4/4 pounce surrounded by gnarly sonics on "Rebirth", whereas "Save Dezz Nuts" by Steve Martin is deeper, more low-key and a little eerie around the edges. Nick Beringer returns after his debut on 001 and drops a dubby floor joint by the name of "XQS", followed swiftly by Ed Herbst and the beat-heavy, percussion-minimalistic "Modern Melancholia".
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The Return EP
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Cat: PSY 012. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. A New Day (5:34)
  2. Crossing The Atlantic (4:48)
  3. South Africa Uprising (5:01)
Review: Earlier this year, Detroit producer Reggie Dokes returned to action for the first time in four years, delivering two seductive cuts on People of Earth. The Return marks the rebirth of his Psychotasia imprint, and contains three quietly impressive cuts. "A New Day" deftly peppers a hazy-but-heavy deep house groove with twinkling piano lines, spacey chords and gentle acid lines, while "Crossing The Atlantic" sounds like a deep house fusion of early British intelligent techno, Japanese ambient house and classic Mood Hut material. Best of all, though, is the sweet and jaunty "South Africa Uprising", which makes great use of synthesized horn motifs and relentless drum machine handclaps.
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Autonomous Africa Volume 3
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  1. Midland - "Safi"
  2. General Ludd - "Burning Mack"
  3. Auntie Flo - "Daabi"
  4. JD Twitch - "Maya"
Review: JD Twitch's Autonomous Africa series is something of a rarity. Each annual 12" single, which features modern electronic music influenced by African rhythms, sounds and styles, is used to raise money for a different African charity. Proceeds from this third 12" in the series are destined for Tanzania's Mtandika Mission, a charity run by Midland's parents. It seems fitting, then, that he kicks things off with "Safi", a heavyweight slice of future voodoo that expertly blends analogue electronics and bombastic African rhythms. General Ludd go deep, psychedelic and off-kilter with their brilliant "Burning Mack", while Auntie Flo delivers a stripped-back vocal cut with echoes of his recent material on Permanent Vacation. Finally, Twitch steps up to deliver "Maya", which sounds like LFO's "LFO" re-made by African musicians.
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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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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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The Red Hour
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Cat: PNKMN 16. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. The Red Hour (6:36)
  2. Fusillade (6:01)
  3. Special Forces (5:07)
  4. Vigil (7:06)
Review: Dutchman Mark Du Mosch is the latest big-name recruit to the Pinkman ranks. The techno producer has previously starred on Tabernacle, Tape Records, Dekmantel and Moustache Records - amongst many others - and here delves deep into his industrial, post-punk and Italo-disco inspirations. Throughout, there's a loose, jammed-out feel, with Du Mosch wringing heaps of energy from what sounds like an impressive collection of music-making machines. We're particularly enjoying the moody, Motor City flex of "Vigil", and the EBM-tinged fuzziness of "The Red Hour", but the EP's other tracks - and, in particular, the muscular "Special Forces" - are almost as good.
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District Iron
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District Iron (12" repress)
Cat: BAKK 006. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Rotate (8:19)
  2. The Vulture (4:29)
  3. Ghost Puncher (4:28)
  4. Rotate (Jeremiah R remix) (5:26)
Review: The sixth release on Den Haag-based electro imprint BAKK comes from Tape Records Amsterdam affiliate Haron. He's previously been featured on the label before, sharing a split 12 with Aurora Halal in 2014, but here gets a chance to showcase his undoubted skills over a full EP. District Iron begins with "Rotate", where hybrid electro/techno rhythms are overlaid with fluid ambient chords, crystalline melodies and fluttering synthesizer lines. The same deep-but-floor-friendly fusion feel can be found on "The Vulture", while "Ghost Puncher" sees him break up the beats more while playing around with some seriously tactile synth bass and picturesque melody lines. A fine EP is completed by Jeremiah R's remix of "Rotate", which drags the track further towards smooth, Detroit-influenced deep techno territory.
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Take Your Chance
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Cat: BAR 008. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. Take Your Chance
  2. Regretting Transparency
  3. Troubled Times
Played by: Sean Dixon, Kid Who
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Archive Number 016
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Archive Number 016 (12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: SLEEPARCHIVE 16. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Allan Nonamaka - "03" (Sleeparchive edit) (5:13)
  2. Sleeparchive - "Time" (4:56)
  3. Jannik Aafalg - "Silent Speaker" (4:39)
  4. Loop 1 (0:13)
  5. Loop 2 (0:13)
  6. Loop 3 (0:14)
  7. Loop 4 (0:13)
  8. Loop 5 (0:14)
  9. Loop 6 (0:13)
Review: The legendary Roger Semsroth plunders the vaults for Archive 016, with some support from some young guns that he's lent his Midas touch to. First up its Australian producer Allan Nonamaka who delivers the grinding, minimal and rust covered cyclicalism of "03" which gets an edit by Sleeparchive. The man himself steps up next on "Time" with its gutsy stomp beneath some hypnotic chime like melodies daring you into the void while the mysterious Jannik Aafalg deliver the standout "Silent Speaker" a no nonsense DJ tool with a razor sharp arpeggio reminiscent of Waveform Transmission-era Jeff Mills or Regis circa Gymnastics. If that wasn't enough there six absolutely smashing locked grooves direct from the Sleeparchive itself.
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Mutter
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Mutter (12")
Cat: RB 1998. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. Mutter (10:33)
  2. Mutter (Beatless version) (10:32)
Review: Gerd Janson's Running back taps into some local talent courtesy of Stuttgart DJ / producer Konstantin Sibold. The title track is a classic slice of German techno; it has shades of early Force Inc thanks to its tranced out chords and pace - cruising along just below 130bpm for its ten-minute duration - and the raw energy of Tresor in the shape of its gnarly acid line. The musical elements sound much more pronounced on the beatless version, with the chords assuming a slightly menacing edge. However, this is really all about the original version, a tripped out, hypnotic that digs deep into the German electronic music psyche.
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Buttechno: Sport (Soundtrack)
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Buttechno: Sport (Soundtrack) (hand-stamped 12" repress)
Cat: BTX 000. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. M (3:38)
  2. Aerial Line Layer (4:32)
  3. Bass (2:56)
  4. P-L (2:30)
  5. Electric (5:13)
  6. East (3:30)
  7. Zov Echo (1:33)
  8. Yalta Digger (5:02)
  9. Untitled H (2:28)
  10. Styx Vol 2 (2:11)
  11. Metal (3:09)
  12. Rassvet (2:43)
Review: Pavel Milyakov has largely impressed since making his debut under the Buttechno alias earlier this year, delivering a pair of 12" singles that gather together short, hardware-driven experiments in a variety of dystopian styles. Here, the Russian producer debuts under his given name, once again flitting between dark and spacey dancefloor workouts, bleak broken techno, macabre electro, wonky IDM and panicky ambience. Despite the stylistic shifts, the EP hangs together impressively, thanks in no small part to Milyakov's penchant for industrial textures, tape echo and haunting melodies. If you're into the releases of L.I.E.S and Berceuse Heroique, you need this in your life.
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Planet FMDX
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Cat: ROYAL 34. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. Planet FMDX (mix 909) (6:28)
  2. Planet FMDX (mix 707) (7:23)
  3. Visitors (5:55)
  4. The Cube (7:30)
Review: Dutch Veteran Gerd's career stretches back an impressive 22 years. Planet F.D.M.X Pt 1 sees him return to Clone's retro-futurist Royal Oak offshoot for the first time in five years. Interestingly, opener "Planet F.D.M.X (909)" doffs a cap to early Warp "bleep and bass" releases, while also paying tribute to the spacey techno sounds of Detroit. There's a slightly more Larry Heard feel to the accompanying "707" mix of the same track, with deliciously deep chords and bright stabs accompanying a "Can You Feel It" style groove. On the flip, he's in full on space mode on the wonderfully attractive and rubbery "Visitors", while "The Cube" bounces along on a wave of vintage acid style refrains, jackin' beats and dreamy, drawn-out chords.
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Ilmenite Mine EP
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Cat: RAWAXS 03 . Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. The Scream (12" version) (7:09)
  2. Revival (6:28)
  3. It's Out There (6:22)
  4. Data Tribe (5:59)
Played by: Brokntoys
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Infrastructure Facticity
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VARIOUS
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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But Wait There's More
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Cat: JIAOLONG 018. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. But Wait There's More (8:12)
  2. Tin Beat (5:41)
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