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H
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H (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CDA 017 . Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. Hip (6:44)
  2. Heart (6:04)
  3. Hole (6:41)
  4. Hair (5:28)
Review: Having already dazzled with her initial appearances on ESP Institute and Born Free, Japanese artist Moko Shibata continues to flourish as a producer with this utterly essential EP on Cocktail D'Amore. As with her previous releases, the mood is one of flamboyance and inventive melodies throughout, not least on the mutant disco celebration of "Heart". There is still some tougher fare to enjoy as well, with "Hole" proving to be particularly grubby, but overall there is a distinct sense that Shibata was reaching for a more disco influenced sound on this record, but it's far from your average slice of re-edited nonsense.
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Played by: Noise In My Head
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Knoe 2/3
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Knoe 2/3 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: KNOE 2/3 . Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. Carpet Dancer (6:43)
  2. Juxtaposition (6:50)
  3. Whatever Comes To Mind (7:18)
Review: Casey Tucker has been synonymous with Boe's sister label For Those That Knoe, making a shining example of the imprint's mission to unearth music from long-serving, overlooked talents in the field of Detroit-flavoured house and techno. On this third installment, Tucker's distinctive style positively leaps out of the speakers. "Carpet Dancer" is a ragged yet effervescent twist of plush techno melodics and spirited beat manipulation, while "Juxtaposition" maintains the sparkling synth work while bringing the drums in line. "Whatever Comes To Mind" is the deeper offering on the record, bringing balance to another fine missive from a hidden gem of an artist.
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Eventide/Ascension
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Eventide/Ascension (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LWKMUS 005 . Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. Eventide (4:55)
  2. Eventide (Beatless) (4:36)
  3. Ascension (5:05)
  4. Ascension (Drums) (5:03)
Review: Galcher Lustwerk and Alvin Aronson turned many a head with the elegant sophistication of their collaborative album Scenes (2012-2015), which landed on Lustwerk's own label last year. Now the duo are back with more goodies from their Studio OST project, and once again the fusion between gossamer threads of melody and delicately crafted machine rhythms is evident throughout this 12". "Eventide" comes as a full blown track and a sumptuous beatless version, while "Ascension" has a dubby original and useful drums-only cut, making this record both functional and an absolute delight to listen to.
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Unboxed Brain
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Unboxed Brain (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ASGDE 012. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. B12 - "Worlds End" (Future/Past remix) (5:20)
  2. B12 - "Worlds End" (Mark Broom remix) (6:40)
  3. Scanner - "Eros (Bitten By The Black Dog)" (5:51)
  4. The Future Sound Of London - "Monolith" (4:00)
Review: The seventh and final instalment of De:Tuned's brilliant Unboxed Brain series - an unashamed tribute to 1990s IDM and ambient techno featuring contributions from many of the artists who defined that scene - is predictably special. It features a slew of new remixes of previously released tracks, plus "Monolith", a previously unreleased ambient track from the Future Sound of London that's every bit as weird, wonderful and out there as the duo's greatest work. Elsewhere, Kirk Degiorgio (as Future/Past) and Mark Broom both drag B12's "World's End" towards the dancefloor (the latter providing a punchy electro re-make), while The Black Dog provides a brilliantly blissful, string-drenched ambient interpretation of Scanner's "Eros".
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Off The Grid
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Cat: DIM 004. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Submarine K-221 (6:05)
  2. Off The Grid (7:52)
  3. It Lives Below (6:09)
  4. To Breath Under Water (7:18)
Review: Acronym's techno flavours get more diverse with each new release, and it has to be said that the producer is stacking up a seriously impressive catalogue now. With a constant stream of releases for labels like Semantica and Northern Electronics, he has stepped out of the shadows and into our most calibrated radars here at Juno HQ; this has also been an important move in promoting his own Dimensional Exploration label, a unit reserved solely for his own sonic experiments. This is the fourth instalment in the series, and Acronym has clearly stocked up the right amount of energy for these four diverse and sublime slices of techno hedonism. As such, "Submarine K-221" unleashes a subtle, broken techno rhythm driven by a strangely tropical sample that rotates around a sharp slew of percussion, which drops into the comparatively more contained bleeps and punches of "Off The Grid". The flip side starts off screaming and squelching all over the place with the cavernous "It Lives Below", whereas "To Breath Under Water" injects a subtly dubbed-out, refreshingly aqueous groove that reminds us of Dozzy's Aquaplano project. Lush.
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Klockworks 19
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Cat: KW 019. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. Hor (5:35)
  2. Dubix (5:38)
  3. Nitecollage (5:04)
  4. Pull (with Christina) (5:22)
Review: Rotterdam techno legend Benny Rodrigues aka ROD returns to Klockworks for more functional and powerful DJ tools guaranteed to rock any room with energy. Opening with the epic "Hor" guided by its absolutely explosive synth arpeggio (think Vitalic!) that builds up to a mighty crescendo, there's more dancefloor fodder on the A side courtesy of the darkly hypnotic drone techno of "Dubix" treading a similar path as label mate Etapp Kyle. On the flip, Rodrigues throws a nice curveball on the dark and aggressive electro-funk workout "Nitecollage" while "Pull" is sure to get some hands in the air with this adrenalised and euphoric number geared for some serious dancefloor drama.
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The Lost Casette Trax Vol 1
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The Lost Casette Trax Vol 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: COTF 12 . Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Frequency 9 (7:02)
  2. Frequency 9 (Scott Fraser Mind Control mix) (10:54)
  3. The Ship Is Sinking (7:34)
  4. The Ship Is Sinking (instrumental) (7:16)
Review: Mystic Bill's heritage reaches right back to the legendary Trax Records, stopping off at veritable institutions such as Classic, Relief and Snuff Trax on the way through to the present day. Still the man known as William Torres to his mother is ploughing on with a new swathe of productions that retain the roughshod flair of his early work, making for a natural fit on Crimes Of The Future. There's a feisty, freaky spirit coursing through the veins of "Frequency 9", while "The Ship Is Sinking" is equally unhinged in its disposition. Throw in a remix by Scott Fraser for good measure and you've got yourself a winner.
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Facette EP
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Facette EP (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: ECHOCORDCOLOUR 038. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Emerald (6:28)
  2. Lumen (6:50)
  3. Myriads (6:46)
Review: There are few surprises on Luke Hess's latest vinyl outing on Echochord's colour series, just a trio of fluttering, tried-and-tested techno workouts. Opener "Emerald" boasts a typically trippy and hypnotic groove, but also some heart-aching chord progressions and suitably melancholic melody lines. The late night hypnotism is also present on the slightly more boisterous "Lumen", in which the producer fires darting synthesizer lines and cyclical melody loops at a locked-in groove. In a possible bid to impress those who like their techno funkier and more forthright, he reaches for the foreboding acid lines and pounding kick-drums on cymbal-heavy closer "Myriads".
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SP 003 (feat DJ Spider mixes)
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SP 003 (feat DJ Spider mixes) (180 gram vinyl 12" + hand screen printed sleeve)
Cat: SP 003. Rel: 13 Mar 17
  1. 132 Breaks (5:32)
  2. Some Jan (4:38)
  3. BIDNIZ (DJ Spider remix) (5:15)
  4. Back In 4 (4:29)
  5. BIDNIZ (4:14)
  6. Some Jan (DJ Spider remix) (5:01)
Review: London label Spinning Plates steps up for round three with the lesser known talents of Nekhsa throwing down some crucial electro styles. "132 Breaks" is an utterly minimalist slice of drum machine funk, and completely infectious with it, while "Some Jan" works a cheeky bassline rub into the sparse soundscape. "Back In 4" and "BIDNIZ" are both just as reduced in their construction, but then it's up to DJ Spider to weigh in with a pair of remixes that find the New York producer on savage form. His version of "BIDNIZ" is a dense, cloying workout loaded with sinister sound design, while "Some Jan" turns into an apocalyptic techno destroyer in his capable hands.
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Played by: Brian James
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Separate Paths EP
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Cat: 121 DSR. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Dopamine Antagonist (7:22)
  2. Cascading Lights (6:31)
  3. Maori Octopus (7:53)
  4. Separate Paths (5:01)
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The Magick Box EP
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The Magick Box EP (hand-stamped 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: EDREAMS 014. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Kobalt (8:04)
  2. Curviture (6:08)
  3. Bleepanomix (5:42)
  4. Floating On Salt Water (4:07)
Review: NRK Sound Division head honcho Nick Harris aka A Sagitarriun returns on his own Elastic Dreams imprint with more retro inspired techno grooves on The Magick Box EP. Starting out with the loopy, dusted down, vintage sounding funk of "Kobalt", the A side is then further complimented by the rather Sahko sounding bleep techno of "Curviture" which will have you truly hypnotised by its nefarious aesthetics. On the flip, there's the thumping and functional minimal techno workout "Bleepanomix" which channels the spirit of classic Robert Hood and "Floating On Saltwater" offers an odd highlight with this haunting electro-funk workout full of rusty drum computer patterns and the unmistakeable vintage flair of analogue arpeggiations.
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Sfarot EP
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Sfarot EP (12")
Cat: ATN 034. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Sfarot (7:13)
  2. Sfarot (dub) (8:14)
  3. Harabait (6:22)
Review: This 12" marks the debut of Alek Lee, a previously unheralded producer from Tel Aviv. Happily, Sfarot is a hugely confident and beautifully produced first outing, full of tracks that gleefully defy easy categorization. Take the title track, for example; while its borderline foreboding electronics and bleeping notes scream techno, its tempo and low-slung groove are closer to dub disco. Then there's the choir of what appear to be Japanese children singing over the top. It's a curious combination of elements, but really rather good. The flipside Dub, which replaces the electronics with traditional middle-eastern instrumentation and emphasizes the dub-influenced bottom end, is also superb, while "Harabait" wraps haunting, delay-laden trumpet lines around a similarly shuffling dub disco groove.
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Give Me The/Our Man Though
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Give Me The/Our Man Though (hand-stamped 12" repress)
Cat: PLW 001. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Give Me The (6:53)
  2. Our Man Though (7:09)
Review: Back in July, hardware fetishists and acid house revivalists Paranoid London returned with We Come To Rock, their first 12" single for three years. Here they build on that success with two more razor-sharp, 303-enhanced hardware jams for sweat-soaked basements and pitch-black warehouses. Of the two, it's the more ragged and psychedelic "Our Man Though" that hits home hardest, thanks largely to the combo layering waves of twisted acid lines on top of distorted, teak-tough drum machine beats. "Give Me The" is a little more sedate in comparison, but still impresses thanks to its smart combination of a menacing groove, pitched-down vocal samples, and occasional, undulating acid motifs.
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Forest Fruit EP
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Forest Fruit EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TABR 037 . Rel: 20 Feb 17
  1. Orpheus (7:32)
  2. Truth's Protective Layers (5:01)
  3. Heal Me Motherfucker (6:20)
  4. Oceans Filled With Lines (5:31)
Review: Tabernacle turn their attention to a new talent for their next 12", introducing the sound of the mysterious Billy Ray De La Haye across a rock-solid four-tracker. There's a joyous mood that radiates out of EP opener "Orpheus" that's neatly offset with the rough hardware finish that typifies Tabernacle output. Either way the sound makes you want to delve in further, and playful Italo tones on "Truth's Protective Layers" reward the adventurous listener. "Heal Me Motherfucker" finds the psychedelic melodies swirling to the fore on a bed of delay and "Oceans Filled With Lines" sends things in a blissful acid-meets-new age direction, and very fine it is too.
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Version 004.1
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Version 004.1 (limited 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FAM 004 1. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. Wenn Die Masken Fallen (Rodhad version) (7:06)
  2. Die Dinge Des Lebens (Dax J version) (5:54)
  3. Nachtblende (James Ruskin version) (6:01)
  4. Die Geliebte Des Anderen (Shlomo version) (6:18)
Review: From Another Mind, founded in 2014, presents its fourth and most capacious release to date. Having started off initially as a South-German Party series, this release sees commanders-in-chief SHDW & Obscure Shape invite back previous guests from the clubnight, just this time using their talents as remixers to breathe new life into the first three much praised From Another Mind records. The likes of Rodhad, Tale Of Us & Mind Against, Dax J, Konstantin Sibold and Shlomo all feature with contributions staying true to the Label's sound forged initially by its founders, and whether going down an epic or a more banging path, all versions pay respect to that special hypnotism which has found so many supporters. Veteran Producer James Ruskin masterfully condenses "Nachtblende" down to a loop while Ryan James Ford brings a touch of IDM-ish Bleep Techno to "Augen Der Nacht". Ed Davenport explores his Inland project further, contributing a stepping techno journey which is only matched by Rodhad's version in its sheer vastness. The release is split in two version EPs, namely FAM004.1 & FAM004.2. Both artworks function by themselves however its full glory shines when held next to each other as the paintings complement each other.
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Olympian 05
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Olympian 05 (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: OLYMPIAN 05. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Aspect (6:21)
  2. Orbiter (6:44)
  3. Devils Knock (6:49)
  4. Time Stop (6:16)
Played by: Lee Holman
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Go (Rex The Dog Remix) Original Mixes
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Cat: IDIOT 50. Rel: 13 Mar 17
  1. Go (Rex The Dog mix) (7:35)
  2. Go (Woodtick mix) (6:35)
  3. Go (original mix) (6:16)
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Diableries
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Diableries (12")
Cat: VER 113. Rel: 06 Mar 17
  1. Diablerie 1 (7:02)
  2. Diablerie 1 (Free mix) (7:20)
  3. Diablerie 2 (6:34)
  4. Diablerie 3 (5:21)
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Winter In Polarius
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Winter In Polarius (limited 12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: CR 1209. Rel: 13 Mar 17
  1. Nemo Airfield (5:01)
  2. Fallin Snow (5:51)
  3. Ontroperspectivity (5:39)
  4. Truckin The MThreefive (4:43)
  5. Up North (4:31)
  6. On The Seaside (5:26)
Review: Yet another side of Polarius. Six nicely produced introspective yet slamming tunes. Raw, rocking Chicago sounding tunes to work the floor!
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Revulsion
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Revulsion (12")
Cat: ARTSCOLLECTIVE 015. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Revulsion I (5:32)
  2. Revulsion II (7:19)
  3. Revulsion III (6:05)
  4. Revulsion IV (6:17)
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Rolling EP
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Rolling EP (12")
Cat: DC 167. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Rolling (6:58)
  2. Venice (6:14)
  3. Blue (6:57)
  4. Traffic (6:19)
Review: After building his reputation via releases on Plus 8 and M_nus, amongst others, Julian Jeweil has secured a big-money move to Drumcode. As you'd expect, all four tracks on this first label outing tend towards the forthright, with title track "Rolling" - a sweaty fusion of booming arpeggio bass, pounding kick-drums, foreboding riffs, metallic hits and drum machine handclap fills - setting the agenda. The "build and drop techno" blueprint is explored further on "Venice", before the experienced Frenchman opts for some full-throttle antics on "Blue". Sensing listeners need a little bit of a breather, he dips the tempo a little on "Traffic", which boasts some deliciously psychedelic acid lines.
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Played by: Maxx Rossi
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Strong Interaction EP
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Cat: PRRUKBLK 016. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Strong Interaction 2 (5:26)
  2. Strong Interaction 1 (5:35)
  3. Heat Barrier (6:00)
  4. Research Station (5:08)
Played by: DJ 3000
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Ecliptica EP
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Cat: MODULARZ 29. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. Ecliptica 01 (5:20)
  2. Ecliptica 02 (6:06)
  3. Ecliptica 03 (5:36)
  4. Ecliptica 04 (5:43)
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Heaven Can Wait
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Cat: ELL 039. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Dream Driver (6:10)
  2. Hidden (6:50)
  3. Temptation (5:21)
  4. Surreal Restaurant (5:49)
Review: The legendary Spaniard Juan Rico (Reeko) aka Architectural on Maceo Plex's Ellum Audio? We're just as perplexed (no pun intended) as you are! But if this is welcoming a sudden change of direction for the label, then we're all for it. Expanding on previous efforts, Rico further explores the dubbier shades of hypnotic techno once again for the Heaven Can Wait EP. "Dream Driver" opening proceedings in a droney and trance inducing fashion, with main room/pre-peak time adrenaline in mind. It's a more subdued, deeper and minimal affair on the rather lush atmospherics of "Hidden" while on the flip we've got "Surreal Restaurant"; which is most likely inspired by grabbing a doner kebap after a long hight of clubbing in the German capital and musically it's fully of icy, cavernous delay drenched aesthetics drifting off into nice trails of reverb.
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Midnight On Ecorse Creek
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Cat: SRTX 016. Rel: 13 Mar 17
  1. Getting That Feelin (6:24)
  2. It's The Message (6:40)
  3. Midnight On Ecorse Creek (5:13)
  4. Acid Feeling (8:22)
Review: After a brief flirtation with Dixon Avenue Basement Jams, Jared Wilson is back on Jerome Hill's Super Rhythm Trax imprint. Predictably, he's in a retro-futurist kind of mood, delivering tracks that tip a wink to a variety of vintage house and techno productions. He begins with the Larry Heard style warmth, Chez Damier percussion and Detroit techno cymbal lines of "Getting That Feelin", before diving headfirst into the world of classic Chicago jazz on heavyweight acid wriggler "It's The Message". The B-side begins with the ghostly chords, intelligent techno electronics and mind-altering acid lines of "Midnight On Ecorse Creek", before Wilson caps a fine EP via the Mr Fingers style deep house-jack of "Acid Feeling".
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Es Complicado
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Cat: MNQ 085. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. Es Complicado (7:50)
  2. No Chance (6:37)
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Flunkey EP
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Flunkey EP (12")
Cat: RST 022. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Track 1 (5:10)
  2. Track 2 (6:41)
  3. Track 3 (5:40)
  4. Track 4 (5:20)
Review: March has kicked off with some stellar house and techno pieces, but a return from the Parassela crew has made this the best month in a long while. We'd been truly missing this collaborative project between The Analogue Cops and Blawan, three minds which together helped to truly instil a sound within the contemporary house and techno game over the last five years. If you're listening to raw, stripped-back house these days, it's down to projects such as Parassela; that post-2010 wave of goodness very much includes these guys in the list. They return for one of their inimitable faux white labels on the Cops' own mighty Restoration label, and it's clear that they crew had been missing each other's company as of late. "Track 1" is classic Parassela nastiness thanks to a dark, intricate mould of hardware beats and distorted melodies with that unmistakable, tape-kissed hiss, and "Track 2" delivers more of the same except that the groove is more minimal here. On the flip, "Track 3" injects more of a house-centric movement into the equation, while "Track 4" heads off into sparser, more desolate territories that remind us of just how multi-talented this group of producers are. Unmissable, really...
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Played by: Lee Holman
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Four Dubs EP
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Cat: DBA 029. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Limetree (6:50)
  2. Repercussions (7:28)
  3. Angel (7:18)
  4. Helpline (7:20)
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Strings Of Life (reissue)
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Strings Of Life (reissue) (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: MS 004. Rel: 06 Feb 17
  1. Strings (Flam Boy Ant mix) (6:50)
  2. Strings Of Life (7:35)
  3. Kaos (Juice Bar mix) (6:01)
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Internal Affairs: The Remixes
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  1. Brighton - "Tesla" (Leaves remix) (7:21)
  2. Orson Wells - "Ratio" (Roger 23 remix) (7:40)
  3. Leaves - "Third Floor" (Pablo Mateo remix) (6:31)
  4. Glyn - "Kevin Lomax" (Orson Wells remix) (5:39)
Review: Ron Wilson's 777 serves up more raw and rusty house jams on a new various artists sampler entitled Internal Affairs: this is serious! On the A side is newcomer Brighton with "Tesla" (Leaves Remix), while Frankfurt's Orson Wells gives us "Ratio" where Saarbruckens finest: Roger 23 gets on the remix and delivers a lush deep acid rendition this side of Tin Man. On the flip, Leaves returns with the impressive "Third Floor" getting an awesome remix by Pablo Mateo; working those drum computers to impressive effect as always. Finally, Orson Wells stays on too; working the nightshift on his remix for Glyn's "Kevin Lomax" and giving it a lo-fi, neon lit makeover that will appeal to retroverts dancing well into the morning at Robert Johnson next Sunday morning.
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Played by: Rick Hopkins
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Various Artist EP
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Cat: TPN 006. Rel: 13 Mar 17
  1. Bambounou - "The Traitor" (6:30)
  2. Shlomo & AWB - "Blind" (8:03)
  3. PVNV - "Lost Manifest" (6:18)
  4. Kasst - "Noumene" (6:35)
Played by: DJ 3000
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Emerald City
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Emerald City (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VR 001.1 . Rel: 27 Feb 17
  1. John Shima - "Omni" (7:08)
  2. Plant 43 - "Light The Way" (5:28)
  3. Mihail P - "Prismatic" (6:43)
  4. Leigh Dickson - "Follow" (6:05)
Review: Given the UK's lust for non 4/4 dance music, it seems like a crying shame that we don't produce more electro labels on a constant basis. Luckily, Verdant Recordings and us are on the same wave-length, and the label have answered our wishes with a heavy debut EP from a mixed bag of new and interesting talent. Fatal Tangent member John Sima steps up first with "Omni", a glitchy, metallic slice of deep techo, while Semantica's excellent Plant43 verges into more traditional Detroit pathways with the supremely industrial "Light The Way". Mihail P's "Prismatic" launches an all-out attack thanks to a bubbling succession of bass shots and hazy synth waves, leaving Leigh Dickson's "Follow" to take the tempo down with "Follow", a majestic, cold-hearted, pseudo acid bombshell wound down to head-nodding levels.
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Bygone Pinnacle EP
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Bygone Pinnacle EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ORN 023. Rel: 13 Mar 17
  1. 5.34 AM
  2. Reduit
  3. Grindelwald (Summit edit)
Review: It's early days for Jakob Panthel and his Faune alias, but he more than steps up to the plate as London label Ornate Music invite him to present his vision for immersive, techno tinged deep house. "5.34 AM" is aptly named, the undulating chord pulse at the heart of the track aiming for the woozy hour of the dance before dawn breaks through. "Reduit" is a more sprightly affair, using similar ingredients but pushing a brighter line in synths amidst the raw drums. "Grindewald" meanwhile heads out into more ambient techno territory with its plush pads and snaking arpeggios, soothing the feisty club-ready energy of the previous two tracks.
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BNK 0072
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BNK 0072 (7")
Cat: BNK 0072. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. Bookworms & Steve Summers - "STE-018" (5:42)
  2. Bookworms - "STE-101" (6:14)
Played by: Agnostic Rhythm
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Devotion Part 1
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Devotion Part 1 (limited hand-numbered 12")
Cat: SUBT 101. Rel: 13 Mar 17
  1. Anxiety (6:39)
  2. Illusion (6:30)
  3. Falter (6:11)
Played by: Joe Drive
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Danger At 300 Fathoms EP
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Cat: STEPBACK 001. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Algae Rhythms (5:09)
  2. W Sludge (4:24)
  3. L'Ahrax Point (5:43)
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Box Drop
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Box Drop (12")
Cat: OTON 103. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Box Drop (7:09)
  2. Still (6:10)
  3. Out Of Sight (7:47)
Review: The last time we heard from Nick Hoppner, he was collaborating with Japanese veteran Gonno. Here he returns to Ostgut Ton with his first solo EP since the release of the Folk album in 2015. He begins with A-side "Box Drop", a typically Berlin-style techno shuffler full of dubbed-out riffs, relentless cymbal hits and subtle melodic variations. It's muscular and full-throttle, but with enough wavy elements to work at home as well as in the club. On the flip you'll find the Motor City positivity of "Still" - all life-affirming melody lines, colourful chords and gentle acid lines - and the grandiose, soundscape techno thrills of the equally melodious "Out of Sight".
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Amen To The Lonely
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Cat: LT 032. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Amen To The Lonely (5:33)
  2. See Yourself (6:03)
  3. Tape Rock (5:26)
  4. White Monk (6:31)
Review: Young Brighton producer Slacker (no not the legendary progressive house act of the same name) aka Sam Black is up next on Lobster Theremin following up great releases by Asok, nthng and Unfinished Portraits. He's channelling the jungle vibes of yesteryear (think Peshay) on the classic euphoria of "Amen To The Lonely" while acid house/Summer of Love aesthetics are channeled convincingly on "See Yourself" and capturing that classic Lobster Theremin tape saturated vibe. On the flip, it's all about the deep 303 therapy of "White Monk" where he works that little silver Roland box to the max, powered away by dusty 808 drum patterns beneath.
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Played by: Lee Holman, PRECIOUS K
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Move Your Body/Hall Of Mirrors: Perc & Truss Remixes
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  1. Move Your Body (6:32)
  2. Hall Of Mirrors (6:13)
Review: Originally released in 2015 on Bristol's Tectonic, these two tracks by UK grime/bass experimentalists Mumdance and Logos caused quite a frenzy in their original, abrasive formats. But if that was not enough, industrial techno experts Perc and Truss have thought it suitable to step in and inject them with more power and aggression on these two nasty pasties and all we can recommend is: strap yourself in for a wild ride! The clang and clatter of the original version of "Move Your Body" is all there, but powered by an industrial strength four to the floor groove that will shake the walls of any dark strobe-lit warehouse party in Berlin or Bristol alike. The more minimal and stripped back "Hall Of Mirrors" is full of dark energy, with its overdriven kick, harsh metallic texture strikes and bouncy synth grumbles taking you straight to hell.
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Clarity EP
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Clarity EP (12")
Cat: DREF 034. Rel: 13 Mar 17
  1. Sense Of Time (4:55)
  2. Self Aware (6:33)
  3. Reduced External Awareness (6:14)
  4. Clarity (5:13)
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Presentism EP
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Cat: WU 048. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Frontal Lobe (5:06)
  2. Presentism (5:49)
  3. Time Loop (5:39)
  4. Inward Force (5:49)
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Tarantella
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Tarantella (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MT 008 . Rel: 06 Feb 17
  1. Tarantella (9:27)
  2. Poison High (11:39)
  3. Tarantella (Black Merlin remix) (8:00)
Review: Previously found lurking around W.T. Records and Crimes Of The Future, Tapan comes to Malka Tuti with an exotic, lurching beast of a track to send shivers down your spine should you encounter it on a proper system. "Tarantella" is a mind-bending workout whichever angle you approach from, all psyched-out synth lines and brooding rhythms, and then "Poison High" rears up on the flip with its even more transcendental tones. Black Merlin is a wise choice to tackle the title track for a remix, making an equally tense and tribalistic workout that puts the wayward spirit back into the machine.
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Documented
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Documented (12")
Cat: MORK 012. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. Classe2 (Simple version) (6:06)
  2. D'or22 (8:04)
  3. Classe2 (Sunday Lit Reffaaax) (4:48)
  4. Healyrslfw Lee (5:47)
Review: Naturally, the Mork labels swaps and borrows artists from its parent label, Lobster Theremin, but this shouldn't take away the fact that the imprint very much focusses on its own quality of techno. Unlike LT, Mork has a much darker, techno-laden approach to club music, and Royer seems like the perfect associate to make the jump into the shadows. "Classe2 (Simple Version)" opens the doors to a moody yet noticeably soulful assortment of pads and grainy house rhythms, which fall elegantly into the even more lo-fi landscapes of "D'orr22". On the flip, the latter tune receives a sun-kissed, 'Sunday Lit Refaax' version, adding yet more analogue mystique to the original cut, which leaves "Healyrslfw Lee" to take a trip down greener pastures, and what we like to call 'beach house' vibes. Lovely stuff.
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Rules Of Reality EP
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Cat: CRG 007. Rel: 06 Mar 17
  1. Unwritten Future (6:06)
  2. Unspoken Rules (5:30)
  3. Unwanted Arrival (6:03)
  4. Unwanted Arrival (beatless mix) (3:44)
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AMOTIK 006
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AMOTIK 006 (12")
Cat: AMOTIK 006. Rel: 06 Mar 17
  1. Satrah (4:28)
  2. Atharah (6:47)
  3. Unnees (5:53)
  4. Biis (7:22)
Played by: Eric Duncan
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Version 004.2
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Version 004.2 (limited 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FAM 004 2. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. Die Weisse Rose (Tale Of Us & Mind Against version) (6:17)
  2. Gesang Der Toten Dinge (Konstantin Sibold version) (7:46)
  3. Augen Der Nacht (Ryan James Ford version) (6:27)
  4. Die Macht Des Schicksals (Inland version) (7:16)
Review: From Another Mind, founded in 2014, presents its fourth and most capacious release to date. Having started off initially as a South-German Party series, this release sees commanders-in-chief SHDW & Obscure Shape invite back previous guests from the clubnight, just this time using their talents as remixers to breathe new life into the first three much praised From Another Mind records. The likes of Rodhad, Tale Of Us & Mind Against, Dax J, Konstantin Sibold and Shlomo all feature with contributions staying true to the Label's sound forged initially by its founders, and whether going down an epic or a more banging path, all versions pay respect to that special hypnotism which has found so many supporters. Veteran Producer James Ruskin masterfully condenses "Nachtblende" down to a loop while Ryan James Ford brings a touch of IDM-ish Bleep Techno to "Augen Der Nacht". Ed Davenport explores his Inland project further, contributing a stepping techno journey which is only matched by Rodhad's version in its sheer vastness. The release is split in two version EPs, namely FAM004.1 & FAM004.2. Both artworks function by themselves however its full glory shines when held next to each other as the paintings complement each other.
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Room 110
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Room 110 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: SM 004. Rel: 13 Mar 17
  1. Ksuscha/Deep Dance (9:12)
  2. Summertime In Bockenheim (6:47)
  3. Backyard Dreams (4:04)
Review: Orson Well's Sound Mirror imprint operates out of Frankfurt and presents for its sixth release a local young upstart named Gerait Schaefer. Classic deep house sounds from the '80s are on offer on this fine release. Starting out with the darkly emotive Windy City vibes of "Ksuscha/Deep Dance", the following track "Summertime In Bockheim" goes for more of a disco/boogie flavour with its retro synths and razor sharp analogue bassline supporting some blissful FM pad swirls. On the flip, we've also got a brilliant curve ball in the form of raw techno workout "Backyard Dreams" which would have equally been at home on a label like L.I.E.S.. We were really diggin' this nefarious little jam!
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Dream Technology
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Cat: UNTO 06. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. 1-800 My Bride (6:22)
  2. Tech Palms (6:41)
  3. Disk Error! (6:23)
  4. Haclyon Dreamer (6:30)
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Toss Portal EP
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Toss Portal EP (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: TOSSPORTAL BEGINTH. Rel: 20 Feb 17
  1. Rid (5:59)
  2. Walworth Window (4:58)
  3. 98 Koln (2:55)
  4. Rite Ov (5:57)
Review: After a relatively quiet few years, Joy Orbison is going through a period of sustained creativity. Following a recent solo outing on the Hingefinger label he runs with Will Bankhead, he's now decided to launch his own label: the fantastically named Toss Portal. It's a predictably varied and eccentric affair. Opener "Rid" is a crackly, metallic roller full of fizzing electronic flourishes, neat percussive touches and a metronomic bassline, while "Walworth Window" sounds like an unheard backing track from Chris Morris' "Blue Jam" radio show. Flip for the broken house hustle of standout "98 Koln", and the meandering, dubbed-put pressure of "Rite Ov".
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Ametisu
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Ametisu (purple vinyl 12")
Cat: YOY 02. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. Eccentric Electrix (8:10)
  2. Dream Frequency (7:32)
  3. Concentration (7:33)
Review: The second 12" on Yoyaku offshoot YoY comes courtesy of Molly Oshana, a producer whose recent output has been reliably solid. Here, she sets her stall out via fine A-side "Eccentric Electrix", a metallic techno workout that offers a near perfect balance between dancefloor-focused drive, emotion-stirring melodiousness and spacey, head-in-the-clouds bliss. Over on the flip, she ratchets up the sub-bass on the tough-but-wavy "Dream Frequency", where stretched-out, sustained note chords envelop a rock solid techno groove. The dub-influenced sub-bass returns on closer "Concentration", which sounds a little like a 21st century fusion of vintage bleep techno and clanking tech-house.
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