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SUED 018
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SUED 018 (12")
Cat: SUED 018. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Track 1 (8:22)
  2. Track 2 (8:03)
Review: SUED was birthed back in 2011 with a pair of 12" singles jointly produced by SW (Stefan Wust) and SVN (Sven Rieger). Since then, the label has gone from strength to strength, but collaborations between Wust and Rieger have been a rare commodity. This two-tracker, then, is keenly anticipated. As is now customary on SUED releases, they've not bothered with track names, instead just getting straight down to business via the dubby deep house warmth of "Track 1", where short bursts of hardcore-era breakbeats and arm-swinging drum fills help keep the energy levels high. "Track 2" is an altogether deeper and more mind-altering affair, with fluttering ambient house synth riffs wrapping themselves around another typically dub-wise deep house groove.
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W
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W (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: THL 022 . Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. W1
  2. W2
  3. W3
  4. W4
Review: Thule are on an unstoppable roll at the moment, both mining the archive and doing a great service to the next generation of techno producers in Iceland. The deep, dubby headspace most readily associated with the label continues in abundance with the emergence of Waage, who under the tutelage of Thule old guard Exos has taken to production like a natural. There's a supremely reduced air about "W1", but the rubbery bassline simply can't be argued with. The dub techno tropes are out in full force on "W2" though, with some sumptuous chords that come on like cracking ice. "W3" then pushes even further out into that heady space where minor key chords can never have enough reverb before the sinister, simmering creep of "W4".
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CANOE 003
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CANOE 003 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CANOE 003. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Opening Rhyme
  2. Tape Trek
  3. Galaktik
Review: The limited, hand-stamped presentation of the Canoe releases matches the music contained within, all grainy and unusual but utterly tooled up for the club. Nyra's pet project is providing a fascinating insight into the make up of this ever emerging artist, and tracks like "Opening Rhyme" are sure to pique interest from all kinds of adventurous spinners. While the track may start in a kind of looped up deep house headspace, after the breakdown it takes an unexpected, thrilling swerve into twitchy acid. "Tape Trek" is more overt in its surreality with its layers of pitched speech getting run through the mill and splashed over a primal drum machine beat. "Galaktik" meanwhile has a touch of old skool rave about it, but it's far from an obvious throwback track. Suffice it to say, we'll have whatever Nyra's having.
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Played by: Ben Sims
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En Trance 10
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En Trance 10 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ACIWAX 15. Rel: 31 Jul 17
  1. Supremacy Royale
  2. Ambergris 9
  3. Time 2 Jack
  4. En Trance 10
Review: Following on from the success of his highly sought-after 2 Late 4 Love EP and the subsequent rise into super stardom, Acid Waxa presents 4 brand spanking new tracks from man of the match - Roy Of The Ravers! EP opener 'Supremacy Acid' sees the Nottingham-based hardware fiend's BPM rising up into tougher, more hardcore-esque territoriality which sees our star player employing gut-renching kicks and filtered synth-lines which fizz up and glisten way past the floodlights. The beautiful and understated simplicity of 'Ambergris 9' on the other hand recalls the gentle, retro-futurism of 70s and 80s library music, albeit with Roy's trademark 303 on the boil through-out as he dribbles it skillfully from in and out of the mix. The subversively titled Time 2 Jack teases us something rotten with its druggy, staccato 606 rhythms and barmy synth sweeps before dragging us backwards through a hedge ending abruptly like some bad, multi-dimensional trip. Last but by very no means least then comes EP title track 'En Trance 10' - a moody and majestic, 15 minute voyage into modern day acid musique, built up from rubbery bass drums, corrosive hats, phased pads and a gluey 303 line that gives Roy's famed version of Emotinium a run for its money as kontender for a new, slow burning klub klassic.

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Metamorphasis (reissue)
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Cat: STR 001. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Metamorphasis (Hayden Andre mix) (5:07)
  2. Metamorphasis (R2R mix) (6:21)
  3. Spectre (4:49)
  4. Falling From The Light (Trancendant mix) (5:29)
  5. Falling From The Light (Subconcious mix) (5:45)
  6. Calibrate This (4:58)
Review: True Toronto history; Strobe's first ever release from the decorated bossman Ron Allen and psyentific lab partner Hayden Andre. All versions are present in their 1991 glory; Hayden's bleep funk tech and Ron's housier takes on "Metamorphosis", the sci-fi synth feels and finger clicking funk of "Spectre" take over the B while two era-defining takes on "Falling From The Light" and cascading acid house classicality of "Calibrate This" hold up on the b. Dark, Detroitian and devilishly simple, this still sounds future after 26 years...
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Superlongevity Six
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VARIOUS
Cat: PERLON 114. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. The Stowaway - "A Suspicious Passenger" (5:31)
  2. International Anything - "When It's Dark (Moonlight Medley)" (7:56)
  3. Synchronized Sleep - "Bodycode" (4:50)
  4. Kalabrese - "Dudingen" (4:50)
  5. Pile - "Noshow" (4:46)
  6. Dimbiman - "Turtle Gone" (6:07)
  7. Margaret Dygas - "Saasafras" (7:39)
  8. Fumiya Tanaka - "Standing North 6" (6:47)
  9. Baby Ford - "Dognosematic" (6:24)
  10. Narcotic Syntax - "Agents With Fatty Acids" (6:19)
  11. Ricardo Villalobos - "Gono Fuznk" (7:10)
  12. Binh - "Wochenbett" (6:29)
  13. Darren - "1999/2017" (extd version) (1:31)
  14. Spacetravel - "No More" (6:32)
  15. Soul Capsule - "Them Yeah" (6:41)
  16. Sammy Dee - "Marvin Goes Savage Deep" (7:28)
  17. Maayan Nidam - "Trail Of Glitter" (7:30)
  18. Melchior Productions Ltd - "The Hope" (6:26)
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From Heavy Metal Bashing To Leisure Pursuits EP
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  1. Eindkrak - "Shawarma"
  2. Andromeda Complex - "The Servant" (Extract 1994)
  3. GDL - "4"
  4. Circling Vultures - "Feasting On The Caucus Of The Fallen Divine King"
  5. Andromeda Complex - "The Servant" (Klankman remix)
Review: Latest in the run of downright deviant activities from the Contort Yourself camp is this new collection of old and new industrial tinged bangers, leading in with the excellent noirish heat of Eindkrak's slow-stepping "Shawarma". Andromeda Complex's mid-90s rhythm-fest sits in stark, functional contrast before GDL's own contemporary rhythm science sends the record spinning in a reverie of surprisingly light-footed percussion. Circling Vultures are too enjoying the mean tempered intensity of focused drum machine programming before Klankman rounds the record off with a slightly squelchy remix of Andromeda Complex's "The Servant".
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Exiles EP
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Exiles EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AE 06. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Aerials
  2. Phased Out
  3. Exiles
  4. Dialogic
  5. Goosebumps
Review: Thule's dark doppelganger AE Recordings was revived last year with the excellent Freyja EP by NonniMal, and now the saga continues with this devastatingly on-point release from Cold. Much like the vibe on Thule, the music on Thule continues to channel the mood of the icy tundra into refined, modern club tracks, but there's definitely a more sinister intent at work in these tracks from Cold. "Aerials" is a nightmarish chugger loaded with eerie sonics, while "Phased Out" lays down some fine dubby processing over a bed of chilly chord pulses. "Exiles" is a standout track thanks to its crafty groove, coming on a little more housey than its counterparts but still heavier than the average Thule jam.
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Renegade EP
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Cat: DWT 001. Rel: 31 Jul 17
  1. Renegade
  2. Machnine Works
  3. Veloc
  4. Troglodytic
Review: Brand new label out of London receiving transmissions from across the celestial sphere and translating them into beautiful techno for the good people of Planet Earth. Proud to report that the first transmission comes courtesy of the mighty John Shima (Firescope, Boe Recordings, Contrast Wax, Diametric). 4 beautifully melodic and timeless tracks with nods to the golden age of Detroit and UK Techno. .Recommended for fans of Stasis, B12, As One, Black Dog and early Warp... No digital..
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New Beats The House (reissue)
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Cat: DE 166. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. New Beats The House (5:14)
  2. New Beats The House (remix) (5:07)
  3. New Beats The House (Jared Wilson remix) (5:10)
  4. Move You're Assit (Acid version) (7:15)
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Microb (feat Tolouse Low Trax mixes)
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Cat: MT 011. Rel: 03 Jul 17
  1. Microb
  2. Microb (Tolouse Low Trax version 117)
  3. Microb (Tolouse Low Trax version 118)
Review: Khidja are back on Malka Tuti and this combo cannot and will not dissappoint. After their successful debut on John Talabot's Hivern-Discs, Khidja continue their current direction of leftfield-club music exploration, this time in the form of Microb, a track that is a wolrd of its own, fusioning heavy industrial vibes with their own take of "worldly music" to create this peak time dancefloor bonanza. On the flip side Salon Des Amateurs Tolouse Low Trax delievers two takes on the original track, stripped down and turned upside down, adding those Massive vocals. These takes are hypnotic as they are groovey and they complete a unique package for the modern dance floor explorers... Zuruck zu Sprecher eins
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Polygon Fields
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Cat: EE 0003. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Perfect Person (4:46)
  2. Polygon Fields (4:37)
  3. Zeta Potential (7:40)
  4. Incipient Instability (4:19)
Review: A quick glance at the Morphology's recent discography suggests that the Finnish duo is in a rich vein of form. Confirmation arrives in the shape of this superb EP for Emotions Electric. Packed full of funk-fuelled, alien-sounding electro workouts, the four tracks manage to balance the needs of dancefloors with a firm grasp of melody, mood and texture. While we're rather enjoying the deep and spacey "Polygon Fields" and raw, acid-fired roller "Zeta Potential", many DJs will be instinctively drawn towards bustling opener "Perfect Person", whose rock solid TR-808 beats and squeezable synth bassline are hugely addictive. Best of all, though, is closer "Incipient Ability", a 4/4 electrofunk anthem full of spiraling boogie synths and intergalactic melodies.
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Played by: Lola Allen
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Cuts Volume 2
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Cuts Volume 2 (12" repress)
Cat: DRH 051. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Steps (6:16)
  2. Stressed (4:54)
  3. Stressin' (6:56)
  4. Surge (6:59)
Review: DJ Deep is back again, does this man ever sleep? After Sergie Rezza and The Adventist projects with partner in crime Roman Poncet, not to mention running Deeply Rooted and being such an in demand DJ after over 20 years on this scene: he's a right powerhouse. Cuts Volume 2 maybe a blunt name but there's no mistaking the blatant utility of this release: fully functional techno tools for maximum dancefloor impact! "Stressed" sounds like an excerpt from one of Jeff Mills notorious 909 drum solos while on the flip "Stressin'" chugs away in stripped yet hypnotic fashion with equally tough rhythms. Second B side cut "Surge" is the most restrained but probably our favourite, reminding us of the steely and infectious funk grooves of early noughties Neapolitan techno. Tip!
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La Vida Sigue Igual
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La Vida Sigue Igual (12" + insert)
Cat: DE 173. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. La Vida Sigue Igual (6:41)
  2. La Vida Sigue Igual (instrumental) (6:40)
  3. Animals V1 (7:11)
  4. Animals V2 (7:09)
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Homeblast
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Homeblast (12")
Cat: BBB 008. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Alien Transmissions (4:42)
  2. Jargon (8:54)
  3. Gett Vffreakye (4:31)
  4. Tesseract (4:40)
Review: According to the sales notes accompanying this EP, little-known newcomer Volruptus "hails from outer space via Reykjavik". Given that the record is appearing on Bjarki and Johnny Chrome Silver's BBBBBB label, we're guessing that one of those two may be the otherworldly producer in question. Musically, there's much to admire throughout, from the Kraftwerkian vocoder vocals, booming electro beats and psychedelic acid lines of "Alien Transmissions", to the sweaty, up-all-night, braindance-meets-early-hardcore insanity of "Gett Vffreakeye". Elsewhere, "Tesseract" is an on-point exercise in Drexciyan electro with subtle nods towards vintage Orbital, and "Jargon" is an electro-inspired techno roller.
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Tribal Trouble
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Cat: NUMM 05. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Out Of Darkness (5:58)
  2. Primal Fire (6:19)
  3. Ajaja Rhythmus (10:30)
  4. Meditation In Baltimore (5:17)
Review: French duo in London Nummer are back on their eponymous imprint with some esoteric and tripped out jams that take you deep into the exotic. On the A side we have "Out Of The Darkness" a slow burning exercise in hypnotism with shamanic qualities, and the heady tribal trance of "Primal Fire": if the subtle acid flashes won't grab you, the polyrhythms certainly will. On the flip, the neon lit balearica of "Ajaja Rhythmus" over its glorious 11 minute duration had us rather impressed. As did "Meditation In Baltimore" which is the EP's finest moment. This evocative and bittersweet jam features some rolling tribal rhythms beneath some celestial synths and soothing pads, which are altogether quite brilliant indeed.
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Played by: Dj soFa, Mr Assister
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Lights Go Out EP (feat Lapien mix)
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Cat: WPTMWL 02. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Lights Go Out (Lapien Reconstruction)
  2. #dub4 (Tape mix)
  3. Lights Go Out
Review: The prolific Finnish production powerhouse Trevor Deep Jr is back, this time landing on We Play The Music We Love with an urgent collection of machine-made techno delights for all times of the night. Lapien's remix of "Lights Go Out" is the perfect starting point for this EP, riding on thrumming acid bass and haunting pads with a rock solid beat thundering away in the middle. "#dub4 (Tape Mix)" meanwhile ploughs a much deeper furrow into, as you might well have guessed, dub techno, but that's just a foil for the powerful thrust of the original version of "Lights Go Out" which spreads itself across the whole B-side.
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Played by: Life Recorder, Taelue
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Marius EP
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Marius EP (12")
Cat: HES 030. Rel: 26 Jun 17
  1. Marius (5:08)
  2. Off Court (5:21)
  3. Nosema (5:44)
  4. Don't (3:32)
Review: Hot on the heels of his Cold outing earlier this month, Bristol bewitcher Batu makes his debut on Hessle and marks their first release of their 10th year of business. Timing is everything... "Marius" ripples with an insistent broken drum pattern that's coded with latent funk and dubspace while "Of Court" creates even more room between the drums while maintaining the techno pressure. "Noseme" flips for a more subaquatic session where the beats adopt a more relentless rolling formation while the groove develops more of a dubby sensation. Finally "Don't" brings us back up the surface with a soft beatless thrust. Play safely.
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Height Difference
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Height Difference (hand-stamped 2xLP)
Cat: GOST 009. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Sparks From The Eyes (3:44)
  2. Cavefunk (4:25)
  3. Meridian (6:43)
  4. Shuttle Bus (4:00)
  5. Maestro (4:57)
  6. Pensia Club (5:14)
  7. Dream Pausa (1:21)
  8. Mess Talk (4:41)
  9. Contour Lines (5:15)
  10. Somnenie (5:16)
  11. Soa Ra (4:20)
  12. Tectonic Plit (4:12)
  13. Archeo (4:23)
  14. Height Difference (2:24)
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Intrigued By The Drum EP
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Cat: TIMEDANCE 010. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Intrigued By The Drum (5:55)
  2. Zoom (5:10)
  3. Blow Poke (5:55)
  4. Bad Seed (5:14)
Played by: Dj soFa
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When We Used To Play (reissue)
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  1. When We Used To Play (original extended remix) (8:21)
  2. When We Used To Play (B Bootleg Breakbeat mix) (4:29)
  3. When We Used To Play (Blake Baxter remix) (4:47)
  4. Body Work (8:32)
Review: Mint Condition's choice of material to reissue is always on-point. It would be fair to say that Blake Baxter's "When We Used To Play", which was first appeared on Kevin Saunderson's KMS imprint back in 1987, is another inspired choice. While not quite as celebrated as other early Motor City jams produced by the "Belleville Three" (messers Atkins, May and Saunderson), the "Original Extended Version" boasts all the hallmarks of the then developing Detroit techno sound (think crunchy drum machine beats, restless cymbals, undulating bass and a smattering of sci-fi melodies). It comes accompanied by the obscure, electro-influenced "Bootleg Breakbeat Mix" (almost as good), a rolling and on-point Blake Baxter rework and a sweaty, Chicago style jack-track inspired by Ron Hardy's performances at the Music Box ("Body Work").
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Rembo
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Rembo (2xLP)
Cat: DBALP 003. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Why Is There A Long Line In Front Of The Factory (3:43)
  2. The Workers Are On Strike (7:13)
  3. Why Don't You Make Your Bed (5:55)
  4. It's Not Worth The Bother (1:59)
  5. Why Does Your Father Look So Nervous (5:47)
  6. He's Been Teaching Me To Drive (7:53)
  7. Did You Hear The Owls Last Night (3:52)
  8. Yes But I Didn't Know They Were Owls (2:47)
Review: Given her rising reputation in recent years, it's something of a surprise to find that Rembo is Karen Gwyer's first full-length excursion since 2013's Kiki The Wormhole on Opal Tapes. While that latter set was impressive, Rembi is arguably even better. For starters, Gwyer refuses to settle on one groove, following a glistening ambient opener with a fuzzy, IDM-influenced chunk of left-of-centre dancefloor techno, which in turn makes way for a beat-less slab of hazy synthesizer positivity. It's a pattern that continues throughout, as the talent American producer delivers bustling, redlined techno jams laden with dirt-encrusted synthesizer motifs, spacey IDM club tracks and picturesque electronic soundscapes that sidestep easy categorization.
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Equalized #006
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Equalized #006 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: EQUALIZED 006. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Track 1 (7:54)
  2. Track 2 (6:25)
Review: If you're a tech fiend it doesn't really get better than this; the big, bad, bold and often mysteriously positioned Shed is back with another slice of Equalized funk in what is now an instantly recognisable white label. That font, those stamps, that sound - it's back for the series 6th instalment and, as you'd expect, Shed has reinvented himself once again here. His familiarly jagged percussion flex is still very much in place on both tracks, but he's meandered onto more sombre, less direct territories that tap into the shadier, more obscure sides of techno. "Track 1" is a deep, progressive bombshell that pounds its bass drums to a mild-mannered sequence of harmonies, whereas the more punishing "Track 2" reverts to the man's more prototypical formula - that is, a electrifying swarm of bass surrounded by killer drums and his trademark hypnotism. Wonderful, as per usual.
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Act II
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Act II (12")
Cat: PROPAGANDAM 002. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Conforce - "Suspense" (7:22)
  2. Jeroen Search - "Throne" (5:38)
  3. Aiken - "987" (6:46)
  4. Andre Kronert - "Propaganda" (7:22)
Played by: Kessell
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Kyoto Dance
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Kyoto Dance (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: DSF 001. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Kyoto Dance (7:48)
  2. Masca Express (7:12)
Played by: ASOK
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Square One
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Square One (2xLP + CD)
Cat: STS 308LP. Rel: 10 Jul 17
  1. On U (6:45)
  2. Arthur (6:46)
  3. 12 Volt (9:25)
  4. Arthur's Return (2:52)
  5. K16 Del 1 (5:58)
  6. Steintongt (5:07)
  7. Kappe Tre (6:10)
  8. K16 Del 2 (4:39)
  9. On U
  10. Arthur
  11. 12 Volt
  12. K16 Del 1
  13. Steintongt
  14. Kappe Tre
  15. Arthur’s Return
Review: Few have done more for Norwegian electronic music than scene founder Bjorn Torkse and second wave hero Prins Thomas. It's somewhat of a thrill, then, to see them join forces in the studio for Square One, an album that draws deeply on both producers' love of trippy dub effects, krautrock, exotic Eastern instrumentation and African-influenced percussion. Sticky, humid and skewed, the set contains a few club-ready moments, but for the most part sees the duo create percussive, off-kilter soundscapes that sit somewhere between the loose wonkiness of DJ Sotofett (himself heavily influenced by Torske) and the krautrock end of Prins Thomas's output. Unsurprisingly given the pair's combined talents, it's a very impressive album.
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Totsuka No Tsurugi
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Cat: ARTSCORE 002. Rel: 10 Jul 17
  1. Eternal Loneliness (10:10)
  2. Totsuka No Tsurugi (8:02)
  3. Heartbreaker (11:27)
  4. Demons From The Past (7:41)
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Aphex Kink EP
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Cat: SHV 003RE. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Soda Caustic (5:14)
  2. Synesthesia (3:01)
  3. Daddy Acid (3:08)
  4. The Roots Of Techno (5:01)
  5. Antitune (feat Walmon) (4:16)
Review: Bulgarian house wizard KINK is back and, of course, he's all about delivering the shadiest forms of dance floor music humanely possible. The man is a master at twisting and pushing house music to its very limits, something which is obvious from the start of "Soda Caustic", a nutty 4/4 banger boasting a curious new strain of acid at its core. "Synesthesia" barely even forms a groove out of its solitary bleeps and bass buds, whereas "Daddy Acid" takes a little poke at AFX's improbable mishmash of Goa trance and gabber junglism - we love this one. The B-side boasts "The Roots Of Techno", a kinetic array of machine noise and robotic beats, while "Antitune" makes some of Photek's early work seem antiquated by comparison. This EP has it all. Warmly recommended.
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Played by: Jerome Hill, VRRS
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No Lights EP
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No Lights EP (12" + photograph)
Cat: LT 036. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Feeling (vocal mix) (7:59)
  2. Values (6:20)
  3. The Depth (6:20)
  4. No Lights (7:53)
Review: Grant was first brought into the ever-expanding Lobster Theremin family late last year following the release of his rock solid Crank album on label offshoot Mork. Here he graduates to the main label via an EP of spacey analogue house positivity. Opener "Feeling (Vocal Mix)" is our pick, sounding not unlike a dreamier contemporary update of Ernest St Laurent's deep house classic "Clumsy Lobster". That said, there's plenty of treats tucked away elsewhere on the EP, including the thrusting, dub-flecked late night hypnotism of "Values" and the fluttering, analogue-rich sunrise house of closer "No Lights".
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Toukan EP
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Toukan EP (12")
Cat: IV 73. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Toukan (Dixon rework) (8:05)
  2. Toukan (Dixon rework dub) (7:07)
  3. Toukan (Trikk dub mix) (6:54)
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Post Present
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Post Present (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PRIVATEPERSONS 003. Rel: 03 Jul 17
  1. Post Present (8:49)
  2. Can't Love Life Without U (9:00)
  3. Lubov (5:38)
Review: Following fine outings from Gazatech and Youngg P, Moscow-based Private Persons has turned to long-established producer Florian Kupfer for release number three. He kicks things off with "Post Present", a pleasingly lo-fi, analogue-sounding chunk of deep house that wraps reverb-laden vocal samples and fluttering synthesizer motifs around a tactile, old school house groove. While sturdy enough to sound good booming out of big sound systems, much of the track's power is derived from the drifting waviness of its sparse samples and melodies. Flip to the B-side for the driving but distorted drums and spacey chords of "Can't Love Life Without U", and the slowly shifting, Pete Namlook style ambient of "Lubov".
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Wasted Away
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Cat: MYS 001. Rel: 10 Jul 17
  1. We Should Shout (5:41)
  2. We Should Shout (FIT Siegel remix) (8:48)
  3. Morning Sun (5:02)
  4. Morning Sun (DJ Normal 4 remix) (6:56)
Review: Given his status as an original 1990s hardcore and jungle producer, Peter "Persian" Riley has more right than most to ride the current wave of breakbeat-driven, loved-up deep house productions. Interestingly, Riley's latest 12" opens with a blissfully melodious and squeezable chunk of dreamy deep house (albeit one that boasts a soulful reggae style vocal and some breakbeat shuffle within the drum machine grooves), before the pitched-down jungle breaks come to the fore on brilliant, string-laden B-side "Morning Sun", a shameless tribute to witnessing sunrise at an outdoor rave. The accompanying remixes are predictably good, too. First, Fit Siegel delivers a drowsy, tactile and subtly stripped-back rework of "We Should Shout", before DJ Normal goes full on early hardcore on his thrusting tweak of "Morning Sun".
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Let The Church
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Cat: MPM 29. Rel: 26 Jun 17
  1. Let The Church (6:07)
  2. Made Up In My Mind (6:51)
  3. He Can Save You (Robert Hood remix) (8:07)
  4. Never Grow Old (Lyric Hood mix) (5:30)
Review: Robert Hood's gospel house and disco referencing Floorplan project returns on his revered M-Plant imprint with these four fierce, funky and downright powerful dancefloor bombs. Starting off on the A side with the tough, rhythmic and rolling DJ tool "Let The Church" which is interspersed with the mandatory diva vocal for added hands in the air effect: this one really brings it! Next up the is the uplifting and life affirming church celebration (techno style) on "Made Up In My Mind" which utilises one woman's powerful preaching at a sermon to magnificent effect. On the flip is more typical M-Plant faire, with the hypnotic and cyclical adrenaline of "He Can Save You" which is more suited to dark and sweaty warehouse space His daughter and newly appointed DJ partner Lyric Hood's mix of "Never Grow Old" from 2013's tremendous Paradise LP is a fantastic reshape of the now classic tune.
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Sullric
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Sullric (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: MOSAIC 037. Rel: 08 May 17
  1. Sullric (10:05)
  2. Sullric (Deeper dub) (12:09)
Review: In what is surely an unexpected collaboration in the field of house and techno, Mosaic mastermind Steve O'Sullivan teams up with Ricardo Villalobos for a hypnotic trip through minimal landscapes that plays to both of their strengths. The rock-solid rhythm of "Sullric" surely belongs to O'Sullivan while the rich, subtle layers of samples, tones and other such sonic decorations come straight from the Villalobos school of production. The two mixes on this 12" only have minor differences - whichever side you drop things will get considerably deeper than they were previously. Of such ingredients are classy, immersive techno joints made.
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Fragments
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Fragments (12")
Cat: SUSH 029. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Fragments 1 (9:09)
  2. Fragments 2 (7:52)
  3. Fragments 3 (6:42)
Review: Since delivering a surprise debut album back in 2016, Eric Miller has been one of Sushitech's most reliable artists. Predictably he's in fine form again on Fragments, a three-part trip into early morning Teutonic techno territory. "Fragments 1", a nine-minute roller whose melodic elements attractively rise and fall throughout, is arguably the peak-time selection, if only for the sturdiness of the beats and the quietly picturesque nature of the bobbing synth loops. "Fragments 2" includes some quietly pulsating acid lines and a rhythm track closer to Romanian tech-house than deep techno, while "Fragments 3" is an ultra-deep chunk of early morning hypnotism.
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Weight Of The Land
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Cat: ARTS 029. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Weight Of The Land (9:08)
  2. Weight Of The Land (Francois X remix) (6:24)
  3. Purge (7:12)
  4. Circling The Sun (8:51)
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Cat
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Cat (12")
Cat: MOSSV 007. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Loopo Di Mare (7:16)
  2. Cat (7:32)
  3. Cat (Archie Hamilton remix) (9:21)
Review: Berlin's Noha is back with a great three tracker for Archie Hamilton's vinyl only imprint Moss Co: a division of Moscow Records. The Nabuco boss serves up the slinky and hypnotic tech house of "Loop Di Mare" on the A side: with its sleek arpeggios and rolling rhythms bringing the heat. On the flip, there's the strongly percussive and deeply dubby house that you've come to know from the label on "Cat", while head honcho Hamilton himself appears with a remix up next. His version is rolling and funky with the main room at pre-peak time in mind: White Isle here we come!
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Capsule
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Capsule (12")
Cat: DC 171. Rel: 22 May 17
  1. Capsule (6:27)
  2. In Love (6:43)
  3. Atmosfear (6:17)
  4. We Are E (6:34)
Review: Adam Beyer teams up with Pig & Dan on the new Capsule EP and they sure aren't messing around. The Drumcode boss knew he could call upon his label stalwarts for EP packed full of main room power tools with the peak time in mind. The adrenalised, forceful stomp and grind of the title track gets things off to a good start, while the druggy and head rush inducing muscle of "In Love" is bound for some real hands in the air moments. On the flip "We Are E" leaves little to the imagination on this heady and bass driven trip through the early hours of a heaving stadium dancefloor... where things are starting to get real weird. Then those ravey church organs come in and it starts getting right crazy!
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Vorm Variaties 1
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Vorm Variaties 1 (green marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: CBS 0261. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Lash Out (5:46)
  2. Game Theory (5:06)
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Several Shades Of The Same Color Part 2
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Cat: SPC 1382. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Deku Tree (3:34)
  2. The Electric Eye Is Upon Me (7:22)
  3. Etant Donnes (5:29)
  4. Thoughts Of You (5:31)
  5. Shiba Inu Dub (7:29)
Review: Max Ravitz (aka Patricia) produces techno with a wide-eyed exploratory flair. He says that as an instrument, the synthesizer is designed to theoretically reproduce any imaginable structure of sound. However he's always been much more interested in sound design than being able to 'play well,' and the synth allows for a slow and thoughtful approach towards crafting sound. He allows his machines to speak for themselves. Several Shades Of The Same Color is Ravitz' first album for Spectral Sound: produced in conjunction with his own label Active Cultures. Each of the three LPs feature tracks that comprise their own distinct, unique worlds. The second disc's highlights include the frightening slow burner "The Electric Eye Is Upon Me" (which sounds like it was lifted from aB grade '80's horror flick), the tunnelling new wave coldwave of "Thoughts Of You" or the dusty low end sludge of "Shiba Inu Dub" which is Ravitz' interesting perspective of deep techno.
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Cold Heart EP
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Cat: 17STEPS 014. Rel: 03 Jul 17
  1. Cold Heart (6:33)
  2. Psychic Life Coach (7:01)
  3. Bowed (6:11)
  4. Balfour Betty (6:29)
Review: London duo duo Nick Harriman and Alfie Granger-Howell aka Dusky are back on their 17 Steps imprint with yet more deep and slinky tech house killers aimed squarely at late night dancefloors. The sexy and emotive opener "Cold Heart" relies on soothing elements: warm pad textures, pitched up vocal sound bites and house organ progressions bound to get some hands in the air. "Psychic Life Coach" gets more of a bump on with its swing fuelled shuffle and layer upon layer of hypnotic synth work, which is perfect to use as sturdy transition track. On the flip, "Bowed" is undoubtedly the most adrenalised track on here and perfect to lead into the peak time with its evocative strings backed by tight rhythms patterns and a neon-lit arpeggio straight out of a Moroder or Orlando record: hot! Finally "Balfour Betty" closes out the EP in fine style with this uplifting number; once again utilising some rich and vibrant arpeggios from classic synths, building up to pure dancefloor euphoria: sounds like Sunday night up at Panorama Bar!
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Unreleased Series 1
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Unreleased Series 1 (numbered marbled vinyl 12" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: FFORUS 001LTD. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Oneiric - "Aurora" (4:41)
  2. Man-DA - "Calling 313" (6:52)
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Belgrade
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Belgrade (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DISCO DOCE. Rel: 31 Jul 17
  1. Belgrade
  2. Croque Trans Croque
  3. Rex Ingram
Review: "Georgy Oilovich left the dinner, disturbed and agitated. Old Believer contained a note of reproach at his heart inactivity. Having spent himself somewhat and got rather irritable, he turned from some foreign odopters to home - bred nihilists and socialists, and ended by flying into a passion. He seized a large rolleo, and beatling it in half over his krambambully plate, in the manner of the stylish bryanskian cafe ""Transe-Croques"", announced that he would tear limb from limb, reduce to ashes, all those who objected to anybody or to anything! These were his very words. ""It is Hugh time! Hugh time, ????!""
Meanwhile, the Serbian prince, the beloved K.F.Ingram was assassinated by some rexers in Belgrade."




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Played by: Zambon, Pletnev
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2017
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2017 (2xLP)
Cat: ACIDO 026. Rel: 03 Jul 17
  1. Track 1 (6:00)
  2. Track 2 (7:51)
  3. Track 3 (7:08)
  4. Track 4 (9:48)
Review: While it is easy to mistake Porn Sword Tobacco for a product of the recent wave of deconstructed techno-not-techno, the artist has, in reality, been present but riding below radar since the early 00s. Real name Henrik Jonsson, the man has been doing his thing since the very beginning and it took a label as well-curated as Berlin's Acido to bring him into the limelight. Dynamo Dreesen's imprint is a constant source of quality electronics, whether that be lo-fi house or machine drum punk, and this latest double pack from Porn Sword himself is a perfect encapsulation of everything the label stands for. "Track 1" and "Track 2", which both receive a side each on which to develop, are loose and explorative structures that only gain a definitive groove by the middle of the B-side, but the build-up is almost better than the climax itself. The second disc follows similarly dubbed-out pastures, and each sound is engulfed in a distant haze; "Track 4" is perhaps the best piece of ambient to hit our shelves this year, and it's fair to say that this whole extended EP should come as an instant buy. Magnificent stuff - dreamy and imperceptible in every way.
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Figure
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Figure (CD limited to 150 copies)
Cat: ROHS! 025CD. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Figure
  2. Figure (Hatti Vatti rework)
  3. Kino
  4. Kino (Merv Re-translate)
  5. New Life
  6. Magic Marmelade
  7. Senza Nome (feat Brendon Moeller)
Review: A limited edition CD mini album Italian duo Tears Of Change featuring a range of all-star cameos, Figure runs the techno gauntlet in the finest way possible. Everything is covered from Hatti Vatti's fractured beat twist of "Figure" to the warm dubby bounces of the brilliantly titled "Magic Marmalade" via the hip-slinking jack of "New Life". Finally New York's finest pharmacist Brendon Moeller joins to help tell the final chapter with a pensive suspense piece where the drums are not what they seem. Change: don't fear... Shed a tear.
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I Want U (remixes)
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Cat: GIGOLO 308. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. I Want U (Marcel Dettmann interpretation) (5:17)
  2. I Want U (Terence Fixmer remix) (5:17)
Review: Munich machine DJ Hell returned with his fifth studio album entitled Zukunftsmusik in 2017. The German techno legend who over the years has been affiliated with such institutions as Grossenwahn (Munich), E-Werk and Tresor is of course also owner of International Deejay Gigolo Records: which recently celebrated its 20th anniversary. The track "I Want U" recently received a great remix by French electro legend The Hacker and now it gets some more hard hitting renditions. First up is Berghain resident Marcel Dettmann's version, which is not what you would expect from him. It sounding more like an '80s industrial version of sorts. On the flip, Terrence Fixmer delivers the goods as always with his grinding EBM rendition which will really set off the party.
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Played by: 3.14
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Sadistic Rituals
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Sadistic Rituals (double 12")
Cat: TSU 035. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Hidden Faces (5:47)
  2. Sexual Abuse (5:23)
  3. Tied To Chairs (5:33)
  4. Violence & Abuse (5:47)
  5. Degrading Exercises & Rituals (3:29)
  6. Bleeding Walls (5:49)
  7. Involuntary Sadism (3:13)
  8. Senseless Acts (5:59)
  9. Getting Exposed (5:48)
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Interstate
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Interstate (12")
Cat: AER 029. Rel: 12 Jun 17
  1. Interstate (6:33)
  2. Turkey Skank (6:18)
  3. Hibernation Drive (6:15)
Played by: DJ Mau Mau
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Failsafe 03
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Cat: FA S003. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Snap Over (6:08)
  2. Natives Calling (6:32)
  3. Get It On (6:00)
  4. Chain Of Life (7:00)
Review: Following up the last couple of heavy hitting releases by Mark Hawkins aka Marquis Hawkes: he now hands over the reins to Modularz main man Developer for the label's third edition. Starting off with the tunnelling hypnotism of "Snap Over", the A side is completed by the gritty and retro influenced peak time stomper "Natives Calling". On the flip, the classic techno sounds continue on "Get It On" (channelling the timeless sounds of Djax Up Beats or Robert Armani) while "Chain Of Life" treads a similar path, but in a more evocative and uplifting way that artists like KiNK are exploring of late. With its catchy house organs and detailed 909 drum machine rides it is sure to get some hi-octane energy levels happening.
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Sudden Haircut
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Sudden Haircut (12" repress)
Cat: DE 109. Rel: 12 Jun 17
  1. Sudden Haircut (9:55)
  2. Synthfrilla (5:21)
  3. Synthgok (7:00)
  4. First Glimt I Ogat (6:41)
Review: Dark Entries are simply a good record label, enough said. However, we will give you a touch of context on this latest killer, a four-tracker by the mythical Frak trio, still wearing their aluminium hats after twenty years of head-banging. "Sudden Haircut" has been recorded exclusively for the label, and it's a delicious techno lick with a crescendo of XOXBOX acid, while both "Synthfrilla" and "Synthgok" were recorded in 2010, and have previously appeared on the much coveted Sex Tags Mania label out of Bergen, Norway - both essential bangers. The finale is in the shape of "First Glimt I Ogat", another of Frak's classic drum-led house weavers that works both on its own and mixed into just about anything. Recommended gear - be quick!
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