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Classic Cuts Vol 1
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Classic Cuts Vol 1 (hand-stamped 180 gram blue vinyl 12")
Cat: SPIRIT 2016. Rel: 15 Aug 16
  1. Voodoo Woman (Stretched)
  2. Rubber Lover (original mix)
  3. Geist (longer mix)
Review:  Selected cuts from Steve O'Sullivan's legendary and hard to find bluespirit series from 1996. Includes extended (unreleased) versions of 'Voodoo Woman" (bluespirit #004), "Geist" (bluespirit #001) and the orginal mix of "Rubber Lover" (bluespirit #002). Remastered from the original tapes and pressed on heavyweight blue vinyl
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Birds
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Birds (12")
Cat: NS 14. Rel: 29 Aug 16
  1. Birds (8:21)
  2. Tubular Bells (Oldfield) (7:46)
Review: There's been much online chatter about Levon Vincent's latest 12". Sadly, it's not been about A-side "Birds" - a thrillingly ragged, aggressive and powerful acid thumper that's up there with the producer's most potent work - but rather what's lurking on the flip. As the title suggests, "Tubular Bells" is a cover of Mike Oldfield's most famous work, whose twinkling melody remains one of the most famous and well known in popular music. Vincent retains that melody line, looping it up and tweaking it out over a typically rubbery and fuzzy 4/4 house groove. Some will love it, others won't; either way, A-side "Birds" is superb, making Vincent's latest Novel Sound 12" an essential purchase.
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Saturday Morning
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Cat: SNF 005. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. Saturday Morning (Headache mix) (5:42)
  2. Stash (5:15)
  3. Tragic Ending (7:54)
  4. That Old Feeling (5:45)
Review: David Willenberger aka TRP first appeared on the scene with an EP for London's Lobster Theremin earlier this year, and we've been awaiting more of his brittle, dusty house flakes impatiently. He's here courtesy of Shall Not Fade, a young and vibrant independent with a lot confidence and flair about the way they release music, and if you're looking for some sketchy, utterly analog house music then you've come to the right spot. "Saturday Morning (Headache Mix)" is a warm, placid house gem with driving piano keys at its core; "Stash" is deeper, moodier and unleashes rolling bassline over its percussion; "Tragic Ending" is the off-kilter nugget for those wanting something a little looser; and "That Old Feeling" is a mesmerising house abstraction with an aqueous breeze floating through its mix. A quality bunch of outsider house tools.
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Forgotten Woods EP
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Forgotten Woods EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIVOD 012. Rel: 29 Aug 16
  1. Maskindans
  2. Hissige Helger
  3. Langbolgen
  4. Gloymde Skogar
Review: As Until My Heart Stops turns 10, we head back across the Atlantic , this time to Boston and a stunning ep from the still hugely under rated DeViere.DeViere is a music producer and radio disc jockey (Progressive Black, 90.3 FM WZBC Newton) based in Boston, Massachusetts. He first came to our attention with the Transcendental Numbers ep on Jamal Moss' Mathematics label in 2012 and we've waited on each release ever since, including last year's huge Future Shock Disco ep (a collaboration with Jamal himself). Here DeViere presents 3 beautiful examples of his deep, soulful craft and a fitting way for UMHS to hit double figures.
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Sands Of Time
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Cat: WANIATI 90. Rel: 29 Aug 16
  1. Zarate Fix - "Sands Of Time" (5:01)
  2. DJ Sotofett - "Coiled" (Acid mix) (5:22)
Review: The latest Sex Tags Wania missive is a 10"-shaped soundclash between Phil Sherburne/Pitchfork agitator DJ Sotofett and a true legend of the Sydney scene in Carlos Zarate aka Zarate Fix (Thug/Sweet Chilli). On the A side, Zarate serves up "Sands Of Time," a smooth low-slung groove carried by exotic vocals reminiscent of Dead Can Dance's Lisa Gerrard; a nice touch. On the flip, Sotofett takes it down to grinding and slow-burning pace with the lysergic EBM styles of "Coiled (Acid mix)" which is one gutsy groove indeed; with a seriously nasty arpeggio covered in the right amount of rust and dust as we like!
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Played by: Kenny Wisdom
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Vendredi
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Vendredi (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: UMHS 10. Rel: 29 Aug 16
  1. Vendredi
  2. Azan
  3. Cello Panetta feat Rreplay
Review: As Until My Heart Stops turns 10, we head back across the Atlantic , this time to Boston and a stunning ep from the still hugely under rated DeViere.DeViere is a music producer and radio disc jockey (Progressive Black, 90.3 FM WZBC Newton) based in Boston, Massachusetts. He first came to our attention with the Transcendental Numbers ep on Jamal Moss' Mathematics label in 2012 and we've waited on each release ever since, including last year's huge Future Shock Disco ep (a collaboration with Jamal himself). Here DeViere presents 3 beautiful examples of his deep, soulful craft and a fitting way for UMHS to hit double figures.
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The Storytellers EP (black vinyl repress)
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Cat: SUB-41B. Rel: 15 Aug 16
  1. Black Patterns (6:29)
  2. Black Patterns (beats) (5:01)
  3. Black Patterns (reprise) (2:34)
  4. The Core (6:38)
  5. The Core (beats) (5:44)
  6. The Core (reprise) (1:36)
Review: The next release on Subject Detroit is the result of two Techno Titans joining forces. Label head DJ Bone presents a Subject Detroit first, a split-release with none other than the mighty Deetron. The two have been fans of each other's work for many years so this seemed like a most logical idea. Side D (D for Deetron) sees Deetron in impeccable form with 3 uniquely different versions of his masterpiece "The Core". The Core takes you on a deliberate journey from Deetron's Swiss roots straight to Detroit, one foot in the House realm, the other firmly planted in the funky domain of Techno. Strong, driving rhythms escort you through the vibe to an amazing crescendo and back. There are three versions to choose from, each creating a different energy for the floor. Side B (B for Bone) houses DJ Bone's "Black Patterns". Black Patterns is a true advancement and update to the Detroit Techno model. The main mix starts off in true DJ Bone fashion, hitting you right in the face, with a succession of beautiful piano stabs. A voice chanting "Black Patterns" echoes in announcing what is about to unfold. Uptempo, rhythmic, untamed drums arrive to complete this immense vibe. All three versions tell their stories and indicate that DJ Bone's upcoming album is going to be one hell of a release. If Techno, House and Jazz had a baby...his name would be Black Patterns. This is the first in a series of releases by the duo. And to further enhance their endeavor Deetron and DJ Bone will begin touring together in 2016. They will be playing solo as well as back-to-back and will debut several unreleased tracks during their sets.
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Played by: G-Prod, Joey anderson
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Events At The Fatal Party EP
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Events At The Fatal Party EP (140 gram vinyl 12" repress)
Cat: CY 002. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. Fallbeil - "Brutal Ignorant"
  2. Die Form - "Fear Of The Bloody Night (1985)"
  3. Die Form - "Hurt (1985)"
  4. Slugbug - "Goback"
  5. Die Form - "Fear Of The Bloody Night" (IBM Industrial Strength Dub)
Review: After a strong first release Contort Yourself returns with "Events at the Fatal Party" which comes over more as a description than a title, brimming with a bubbling sense of tension and fear. Hamburg duo Fallbeil kick things off in impressive style with a crunchy acid monster which twists and turns followed by two killer proto-techno cuts from legendary French industrial band Die Form from their 1985 tape Hurt. Here we find ourselves in a unsettling scenario with metallic voices scowling over clanging machines and guitar feedback in an unhinged way. The mysterious Slugbug (L.I.E.S./Russian Torrent Versions) starts the flip with "GOBACK", a creeping acidic beast moving unstoppably forward as a reverberating voice ripples throughout. Any calm is then shattered by IBM a.k.a. Jamal Moss whose remix of Die Form hammers home a tough seven minutes of mangled synths, bubbling acid and thundering drums. A highly recommended, intense journey.
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Archive Cuts
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Archive Cuts (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BLUETRAIN 10. Rel: 08 Aug 16
  1. Hustler#2 (Stretched)
  2. Hustler#2 (edit)
  3. Street Sadness #2 (original mix)
Review: Strictly for connoisseurs …..selected and hard to find cuts from Steve O'Sullivan's legendary 90's bluetrain imprint. Remastered from the original tapes and pressed on heavyweight vinyl.
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Beyond The Clouds/Beyond The Sequence: Live In Japan
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Cat: ECHOSPACE 019. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. Beyond The Sequence (17:38)
  2. Beyond The Clouds (15:54)
Review: According to Rod Modell and Steve Hitchell, this live version of "Beyond the Clouds" was recorded live one evening in Tokyo where "there was a mystical element in the air, strobe lights, vaporous gas and electric dreams." It has been remastered by Bazza at Alchemy Studio London and has the classic and timeless Echospace vibe: glacial and textured, smoked/dubbed out and done like only these guys can. On the flip, the journey continues with "Beyond The Sequence", a cavernous and haunting descent into the void, assisted by sombre pads drenched liberally in delay, swimming violently through resonance and screaming gloriously through ring modulation. Proper and purist dub techno by the true masters. Pure bliss!
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Senida
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Senida (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: STRBLT 002 . Rel: 29 Aug 16
  1. Jotunn
  2. 30700
  3. Snotra
  4. Senida
Review: Senida, Strobelight's second release, is a reprisal by the well seasoned and acclaimed producer Ruxpin under the alias Den Nard Husher and is his first ep under the alias since his 1999 2x12 "Nard's Groove" on Thule. The diverse selections of this ep are thunderous yet warm and emotive and illustrate the styles on the NY based label Strobelight Network.
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Volume 1
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Volume 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PB 001. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. The Holy Fix - "Black Rubber"
  2. Khidja - "World Of Noon"
  3. Borusiade - "Marsch"
  4. Utopus - "Re-Velvet"
Review: P-Balans is a new imprint in the Future Nuggets emerging constellation. A tehnodelia ramification within the Bucharest electronic scene that will host rising names like Khidja and Borusiade while introducing new characters like The Holy Fix (Camil Dumitrescu, co-member of Delusion Men) and Utopus (Ion D, producer of Steaua de Mare, Raze de Soare, Anahore?ii among others) already featured on "Sounds on the Unheard from Romania vol. 2". Keeping the same strategies of fusion and diffusion as Future Nuggets, P-Balans will explore the space traversal to techno, entering and exiting the dark halls of the club through multiple doors.
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Christ Figures
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Cat: TOKEN 63. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. Christ Figures (8:02)
  2. New Puritan (9:05)
Review:  Very few can do po-faced, gothic techno as eloquently as the UK's dark lord Sigha, the Our Circula sound main man returning on Belgian hard techno imprint Token with the rather restrained "Christ Figures" which makes up for the kind of aggression most usually associated with him (and the label), with its exploration in tension, texture and functionality. Second offering "Puritan" explores the same path of dystopian hypnotism in the tradition of greats like Mike Parker or Donato Dozzy; strap yourself in for this one, it's one wild journey!
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Played by: JLG, Ground Loop, Kessell
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Unmanned Vehicle
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Unmanned Vehicle (12" repress)
Cat: MORK 004. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. Ground Loop (6:52)
  2. 4 #2 (8:04)
  3. Unmanned Vehicle (4:25)
  4. Up (8:04)
Review: There's something rather endearing about this debut EP from Swiss producer Tissu. Perhaps it's the intergalactic dreaminess of Motor City inspired opener "Ground Loop", or the eyes-closed combination of bubbling acid lines, skittish machine drums, and sorrowful chords of "4 #2". Alternatively, it could be the cybernetic deep house bounce, fluid chords and restless hits of "Unnamed Vehicle", or even the chunky, undulating drums and picturesque pads of closer "Up". Most likely, it's all of these things combined. Either way, Unnamed Vehicle is a very impressive debut. If he keeps this up, we'll soon have a new techno star on our hands.
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Silhouettes
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Silhouettes (limited hand-stamped 10")
Cat: SUSH 015. Rel: 15 Aug 16
  1. Silhouettes 1 (7:56)
  2. Silhouettes 2 (8:05)
Review: Mysterious newcomer Eric Miller is back again on Sushitech, following up this year's brilliant Flora LP: and what an explosive introduction that was! Starting out with the deep, dark and driving tech house of "Silhouette 1"; this is the kind of late groove that you could imagine Delano Smith or Jerome Sydenham pumping out to set the cruise control. On the flip we've got "Silhouettes 2" which really shows us how you do do proper dub techno in the tradition of greats like label mate Steve O'Sullivan or Detroit's Luke Hess: this one rolls at you deeply with a restrained ferocity that's perfect arsenal for any serious DJ's record bag.
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Two Worlds
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Two Worlds (12")
Cat: FS 022. Rel: 26 May 14
  1. Terrence Dixon - "Starting Over"
  2. Fred P - "The Road"
  3. Terrence Dixon - "To The Bridge"
  4. Fred P - "Cicuit"
Review: Considering the combined talents of Detroit veteran Terrence Dixon and Black Jazz Consortium man Fred P, you'd expect this split EP for Finale Sessions to be a lesson in warm, soul-flecked depth. Pleasingly, that's exactly what it delivers. Dixon excels with the sub-sporting alien futurism of "To The Bridge" - the aural equivalent of staring into space while dancing to electronic jazz - and the sumptuous, minor key bliss of the casual deep house jam "Starting Over". Fred P, meanwhile, delivers two contrasting cuts. There's some acid-fuelled deep house futurism in the shape of "Circuit", and a chunk of bongo-laden dancefloor humidity in "The Road", whose rising strings and sweet melodies are arguably the highlight of a superb EP.
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Porn Wax 12
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Porn Wax 12 (limited hand-stamped & numbered pink marbled vinyl 10")
Cat: PW 12. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. Oberth
  2. Snow Vittae
Review: 400, 10" marbled pink, hand stamped, individually numbered records, single press only.
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Shark Story Of The Century EP
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Shark Story Of The Century EP (140 gram vinyl 12" repress)
Cat: CY 003. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. Enrique - "Dissociate"
  2. Beau Wanzer - "Weasels"
  3. Esplendor Geometrico - "Rotor" (1988)
  4. Esplendor Geometrico - "Rotor" (Broken English club remix)
  5. Prostitutes - "Cuyahoga Frankenstein"
Review: The Contort Yourself tradition of electronics pioneers, modern masters and new names continues into CY003. Enrique comes under that latter banner. The Hot Releases alumnus introduces the EP with the piston pounded belligerence of Dissociate. L.I.E.S. and Nation veteran Beau Wanzer continues this stroll into aggression. Weasels is an upturned work of techno. Nuts, bolts and the grisly inner workings are on show for this fast paced floor mangler. Spain's industrial stalwarts Esplendor Geometrico open the flip. From 1988 the grit of the factory floor is carried into Rotor. A touch of the mystical is injected, chants looped through the hypnotic rhythms in this simmering classic. Broken English Club is on hand to rework Rotor into a guttering piece of Electro tainted machine music. If you're hoping for some respite, think again. Prostitutes (Diagonal) closes with the cruel pummelling percussion of Cuyahoga Frankenstein. A brutal, beefy and brilliant 12.
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Previously Unreleased EP 4
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Cat: YWP 004. Rel: 15 Aug 16
  1. What's Happening? (12:31)
  2. Shadowplay Dub #2 (6:22)
  3. Total Collapse (feat Mike Z) (3:52)
Review: Yes, yes. Here's the fourth chapter of Trevor Jackson's Playgroup series, his alias that dates back to the early '00s when house, electro and techno were being mashed up without too many concerns over genres, subgenres or categories. "What's Happening", for example, takes the best from all three strains of dance music, where a metallic percussion groove pulls together a sea of washed-out atmospherics that and slow-burning dub bass tones; "Shadowplay Dub#2", as the game suggests, is an industrial dub stepper in a similar kind of style to the African Head Charge material on On-U Sound, and "Total Collapse" breaks the acid gear out in this shimmering techno abstraction with distinct cold waves running through all of it. Warmly recommended unreleased material, right here.
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Played by: Luke Solomon
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Split EP
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Split EP (limited hand-numbered hand-stamped heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: AXTX 002. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. Die Roh - "Coming Out" (6:25)
  2. Trudge - "Give" (6:23)
  3. Die Roh - "Her First Time" (5:51)
  4. Trudge - "Series 7" (4:20)
Review: Italy's Die Roh have come a long way since their first release for Vae Victis back in 2012 alongside Blawan, releasing plenty of militant house and techno with a rugged, analogue feel that sits just right with us. They're up on Axe Traxx this time for the label's second outing, and they're joined by newcomer Trudge. The former delivers a deep, lean deep house chugger in "Coming Out", relatively more docile than their previous material but it's still cut-throat enough to sound booming on a system and provoke a series of bodies to start moving thanks, in part, to its kinetic percussion rhythm and sublime keys. Trudge come through with "Give", a sludgy house monster with a brittle drum flex and banging toms built for destructive DJ use. On the flip of the wax plate, Die Roh are back with the funkier, more uplifting house bullet "Her First Time", but "Series 7" by Trudge is the killer on here, the shadiest house tune of them all that reminds us of Greg Beato at his very best. This is one hell of a tip - don't miss it.
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Silver Siding EP
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Silver Siding EP (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: IV 66. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. I Don't Want To Watch You Read (4:44)
  2. I Don't Want To Watch You Read (Golden Filter remix) (7:21)
  3. Silver Siding (4:58)
  4. I Don't Want To Watch You Read (Red Axes remix) (8:39)
Review: Talk about a transformation; former Minus mainstay and minimal stalwart Marc Houle goes from ping-pong beats and hiccuping rhythms to this deep, 80s-referencing house release. " Don't Want To Watch You Read" is a mesmerising affair, centred on a booming bass and featuring a mysterious vocal that is similar to the one that featured on Brian Kage's record on FXHE earlier this year. There is a reference to Houle's minimal past on the rushing sirens of the Golden Filter remix of "Read", but in the main this is a radical departure. The title track is a pulsing electronic disco affair, while the Red Axes remix of "Read" is an epic, EBM-fueled reshape.
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Fallen Angel (reissue)
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Cat: SBLLP 006. Rel: 29 Aug 16
  1. Flicker (6:15)
  2. Tears Of Nymph (4:57)
  3. Crystal Mist (2:32)
  4. Girltree (5:27)
  5. One Wing (5:07)
  6. Simple Life (3:05)
  7. Decalogue (6:48)
  8. Honeybee Whisper & Mirror (6:17)
  9. Black Or Color (5:42)
  10. Diamond Head (5:39)
  11. 4 Degrees C (5:37)
Review: Prism was one of many aliases used by legendary Japanese producer Susumu Yokota before his untimely passing. Fallen Angel LP was originally released in 1997 on Japanese techno label Sublime and features more amazing works that we will hope get greater recognition the second time around on this re-issue. The album flows through a variety of captivating moods and grooves; there's the emotive deep house of "Flicker" or "Decalogue", critical beats worked to perfection on "Tears Of Nymph" or "Black Or Color" (drum and bass was all the rage back then) plus the breathtaking ambient excursion that you'd usually attribute to Yokota like on the wonderful "Crystal Mist". Essential listening.
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World
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World (LP repress) (1 per customer)
DDS
Cat: DDS 019. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. Intro (3:56)
  2. World 1 (6:14)
  3. World 2 (5:59)
  4. World 3 (3:21)
  5. World 4 (8:01)
  6. World 5 (6:54)
Review: Two years on from the release of his stripped-back, minimalist debut album Butterfly Effect, Shinichi Atobe returns to Demdike Stare's DDS label with World. While its' predecessor explored stripped-back techno, ambient and experimental electronica, World is an altogether more positive and melodious affair. While there are still beat-less moments of atmospheric tension, not to mention crackly, hissing grooves that bear the stylistic hallmarks of minimal techno, these are contrasted by positive lead lines, swelling chords and sun-kissed textures. Throw in a couple of more robust, hypnotic techno tracks amongst the hazy deep house and undulating ambience, and you have a set that subtly shifts Atobe's sound whilst retaining a similar sonic ethos.
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Played by: Rupes
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Cheetah EP
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Cheetah EP (limited 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: WAP 391. Rel: 11 Jul 16
  1. CHEETAHT2 (LD Spectrum) (5:50)
  2. CHEETAHT7b (6:44)
  3. CHEETA1b ms800 (0:27)
  4. CHEETA2 ms800 (0:41)
  5. CIRKLON3 (Kolkhoznaya mix) (8:15)
  6. CIRKLON 1 (7:19)
Review: Some 25 years after delivering his debut 12", Richard D James hasn't lost the ability to thrill or inspire. By his obtuse standards, the material that makes up the surprise Cheetah EP is actually rather laidback and melodious. "Cheetah2 (LD Spectrum)", for example, sounds like a slow house jam written by robots, while the even deeper "Cheetah7B" shuffles along in a metronomic fashion, seemingly oblivious to the increasingly aggressive World at large. Of course, those trademark skittish IDM rhythms are present - see the B-side's lead cut - and the Cornishman has thrown in a couple of hazy ambient cuts for good measure.
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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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Georhythms
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Georhythms (12")
Cat: COMMAND 004. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. Georhythms (10:55)
  2. Apprentice (6:17)
  3. Interactions (5:31)
Review: London label Pacific Command brings the heat again, this time courtesy of Vancouver act 1800HAIGHTSTREET (Lobster Theremin/Mork) who follow up some killer releases by nthng and Reflec. Starting out with the lush and deeply hypnotic "Georhythms" with its airy pads, broken beat and tribal percussion, they then get stuck into the fierce industrial techno rage of "Apprentice" which calls to mind classic Marcel Dettmann or more recently Fango. Finally, on the flip is "Interactions" which carries on with the more aggressive tendencies with its reverb and delay drenched aesthetics, creating some properly tunnelling vibes for sure-fire dancefloor impact.
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Reworks
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Reworks (white vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: PH 56. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. The Soft Bounce (Daniel Avery rework) (6:49)
  2. Third Mynd (BTU rework) (16:02)
Review: The Beyond The Wizard Sleeve project from Erol Alkan and Richard Norris finally delivered the psychedelic treat of a debut album we all knew they could this year. Having been preceded by some fine remix 12"s featuring Psychemagik and Shock Machine, Phantasy Sound pick up on the series again with a single featuring the highly-regarded talents of one Daniel Avery. The straight-faced DJ and producer turns his attentions to "The Soft Bounce," morphing the track into into a bubbly, bleep-heavy techno bullet with plenty of atmosphere and zest, whereas BTU rework "Third Mynd" into a whirlpool of sludgy outsider sonics that recall the weirder end of the Hanson Records spectrum. Fans of labels like PAN might well enjoy this little TIP!
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Archive Trax Vol 1
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Archive Trax Vol 1 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MOSAIC 020A . Rel: 04 Jul 16
  1. Mark Ambrose - "Greetings From Madam Dominique" (extended mix) (11:16)
  2. Kumquat Kids - "Flip The Switch" (Wise Caucasian long dub) (6:59)
  3. Steve O'Sullivan - "Breezer Dub" (remastered) (6:34)
Review:  The first in a series of special 12's to mark the 20th anniversary of the labels inception sees much sought after tracks from Mark Ambrose , Kumquat Kids and Steve O'Sullivan reissued in remastered and edited versions. Deep minimal rollers for those that know.
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Sublight Velocities
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  1. Sublight Velocities (7:08)
  2. Semiclassical Gravity (8:17)
Review: Adam 'X' Mitchell is back again under the alias which essentially re-launched his career five years ago. This time his hypnotic techno excursions do not come via Chris Liebing's CLR, but rather, it's Dominick Fernow's Hospital Productions serving up these two dark and sinister snapshots of his most recent work. Mitchell finds a fitting home here, given his recent forays into industrial music under the ADMX-71 alias and "Sublight Velocities" does a great job of bridging the gap between the two projects with its droning loops trancing you out nicely while the metallic beats hammer away in factory-like fashion. "Semiclassical Gravity" features a slow burning EBM style arpeggiation over doomy synth stabs while steely drum patterns smash it out with restrained violence.
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Another 500
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Another 500 (12" repress)
Cat: NM 007. Rel: 29 Aug 16
  1. Another 500 (7:05)
  2. Decimal 2 0 (6:56)
  3. Deeply Uncomforatble (7:47)
Review: New Scott Grooves in the house! Last year saw the storied purveyor of richly melodic Detroit house and techno refocus attention on his Natural Midi label, issuing the excellent archival collection of "should've, would've, could've" productions on limited cassette and CDr. It's now great to be able to grip some Scott Grooves Natural Midi produce on the 12" format and well read scholars of the producer's work will no doubt recognise the lead track on Another 500, which is an update mix of the much in demand 2007 joint "Only 500". Complementing this are two B Side gems in the shape of the wall rattling, raw techno jammer "Decimal" and the wonderfully haywire soul laden grooves of "Deeply Uncomfortable".
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WNKB CW
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WNKB CW (12")
Cat: WNKB CW. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. CW12 (6:05)
  2. CW16 (2:00)
  3. CW13 (5:49)
  4. CW14 (6:34)
Played by: S-File
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Best Of Live Vol 1
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Cat: RBLV 1. Rel: 15 Aug 16
  1. Tel Aviv (6:30)
  2. Rome (6:20)
Review: There's an uncanny, yet distorted resemblance to the Omar S. Berlin Mix of Gunnar Wendel's "578" in Redshape's raving "Tel Aviv", the first cut from a series of EPs the German plans to release to mark a decade of live performance. To be released across a range of labels, Gerd Janson's Running Back is first up to honour the masked producer with his personal celebration of music. "Rome" on the otherhand swerves any real melody, instead focusing its attentions of snarling white noise, in your face bass and a cut up vocals to make you dance!
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Soki Loka
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Soki Loka (12")
Cat: LIESBLK 09. Rel: 15 Aug 16
  1. Soki Loka (6:40)
  2. Disaster Crash (6:03)
Review: Rush Hour weirdo house production unit Faster Action loses Robert Bergman on this LIES BLK release with Interstellar Funk taking full control. Up top, "Soki Loka" is a loose and grainy techno bullet that seems to be breaking down with each new segment of the 4/4 before falling back into shape and bruising the listener further and further. Complementing this, "Disaster Crash" shows a more heads-down side to Faster Action, dominating by a pulsating kick drum permeating through a thick wall of molecular sonics and industrial atmospherics. Large and in charge, as per usual. LIES in the place - act faaast!
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Planetary Funk 22 Light Years Series: Part 2
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  1. Kat (Josh Wink reinterpretation) (10:15)
  2. Kat (8:49)
Review: Part one of this Funk 22 Light Years Series Luke Slater is turning out at the moment on his Mote-Evolver label took in remixes from Token's Phase and Ben Sims with a classic '97 PAS remix of Dungeon making the cut too. For part two, Slater looks towards Ovum boss Josh Wink who turns in a progressive builder that's slightly more melodic and trippier than the original "Kat". It's tech house shake is undeniable! Meanwhile, "Kat" itself is tribal, uptempo and proper '90s looped techno. It's an EP of two halves - so which one are you: tech or techno?
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Moments & Lost Memories (Part 2)
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Cat: AUTO 017. Rel: 03 Feb 14
  1. Making Things
  2. Neon Lights
  3. Fragile
  4. Out Of
  5. What Is Life About
Review: REPRESS ALERT! Kashawar steps back into the fold for Autoreply's 17th release, following the rising German producer's breakout releases for underground imprints Project London and Soul.on Records. For his Autoreply debut, Kashawar presents Moments and Lost Memories (Parts 1 & 2) which covers all bases of his production palette. With collaborations with Steve O'Sullivan on Mosiac plus Pluie/Noir appearances approaching, it's clear Kashawar is a special young talent!
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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)
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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Mandelbaum EP
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Mandelbaum EP (splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: BAUM 013. Rel: 29 Aug 16
  1. Lust (4:24)
  2. Static Infinite (5:52)
  3. Haint Blue (5:03)
  4. Segment (5:25)
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Sur Le Nid D'Oiseau Aussi
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Cat: MM 010. Rel: 29 Aug 16
  1. Harmonies De Pomme Et De Beurre D'Amande (7:08)
  2. Le Rythme Couleur Cannelle (6:39)
  3. Les Baisers Myrtilles (6:36)
  4. En Manque De Cannelle (6:34)
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Sentrall 006
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Sentrall 006 (white vinyl 12")
Cat: SEN 006 . Rel: 08 Aug 16
  1. Mingmad Jimsu - "Madming Music" (live) (6:11)
  2. Project Sandro - "Blazer" (9:13)
Review: There seems to be a resurgence for the mid 2000s at the moment. We're not sure whether that means that those years are now considered 'vintage', or because there was something special about the artists that persevered with house and techno in an era so dominated by the minimal sound of labels like Minus. In any case, Sentrall were a California outlet that specialised in outsider dance music, and this 2005 collab between Mingmad Jimsu and Project Sandro is a perfect - and highly contemporary sounding - repress for 2016. The former drop a murky, twisted piece of pseudo house that has its roots firmly in electronica, while the latter goes for a subtle balearic approach that is simply perfect for the opening sets...or the closing ones, for that matter. TIP!
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Space Warrior
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Space Warrior (12" repress)
Cat: SMITHNHACK 03/54231. Rel: 08 Aug 16
  1. Space Warrior (5:42)
  2. Space Warrior (Scratchapella) (3:27)
  3. Falling Stars (9:22)
Review: Smith N Hack are back with four wild and new disco-madness tracks. The Berlin disco-house dream team finally bring their super sick, high energy anthem "Space Warrior". On the flip you hear them singing for the first time on the romantic "Falling Stars". A rare treat.
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Enter The Void
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Enter The Void (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: AMEN 002. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. Enter The Void (8:46)
  2. Remain In The Void (Forever) (7:33)
  3. Dark Night Of The Soul (6:54)
  4. Light Of Dawn (7:00)
Played by: Joey anderson
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Brunette
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Brunette (12")
Cat: ESP 042. Rel: 29 Aug 16
  1. Brunette (7:10)
  2. Forced Relax (5:21)
Review: Damien Lynch has been busy of late, serving up a superb slab of electro-influenced experiments for Lunar Disko under the Diamond Dagger alias. Here he returns to ESP Institute under his given name, serving up the follow-up to his critically acclaimed debut 12", The Heights. Opener "Brunette" is a deep and softly spun techno shuffler, with quietly spacey stabs, swooshing pads and stoned electric piano motifs enhancing the hypnotic, late night mood. "Forced Relax" is equally baked, but noticeably slower. It, too, sounds like a yearning, early morning transmission from some far-off planet, beamed down by a sleep-deprived astronaut pining for a comfy bed back on Earth.
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Cause Effect
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Cause Effect (yellow marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: POLEGROUP 039. Rel: 08 Aug 16
  1. Cause 1 (6:53)
  2. Cause 2 (6:08)
  3. Effect 1 (5:54)
  4. Effect 2 (6:08)
Played by: JLG, Ground Loop, Kessell
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Bounding Spheres EP
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Bounding Spheres EP (white vinyl 12")
Cat: NST 127. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. Subject (6:12)
  2. Z7Q (5:48)
  3. Bounding Spheres (6:01)
  4. Sacred Movement (6:15)
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Something To Show You EP
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Cat: ME 085. Rel: 01 Aug 16
  1. Searching (5:48)
  2. Moon (6:40)
  3. Wild For The Night (4:16)
  4. Love Ya (5:40)
  5. Need Nobody (4:44)
  6. It Ain’t The Same (5:06)
Review: On the second part of his simultaneously released Something To Show You EP series, Nick Lapien moves further towards late night techno territory. This is evident from the very start, with opener "Searching" delivering the perfect blend of layered, undulating rhythms, spacey riffs, and hypnotic, early morning atmospherics. It's there, too, on the cascading deep house synths and freshly baked grooves of "Moon", and "Wild For The Night", whose bold analogue bassline and yearning vocal samples propel the tracks forwards. Lapien heads for deeper territory on the flipside, with the sinewy pianos and locked-in rhythm of soul-flecked closer "It Ain't The Same" providing the headline attraction.
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Played by: Skudge, 25 Places, ASOK
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Madrid
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Madrid (12")
Cat: BORFT 143. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. Madrid (9:43)
  2. Water Galaxy (11:45)
Review: Frak man Jan Svensson has been busy of late, serving up solo singles under the Villa Abo alias for Kontra-Musik, Noise In My Head and Radio Lundberg. Here he heads home to the Borft Records imprint he set up way back in the '80s, in the process serving up two extended techno workouts. A-side "Madrid" is particularly potent, with zippy acid stabs, cyclical synth riffs and razor-sharp acid lines riding a heavy, funk-fuelled techno groove. He takes a markedly different approach on "Water Galaxy", which sounds like vintage Underground Resistance or Derrick May enjoying a breezy Swedish summer. It's much more fluid and positive than the more aggressive A-side, and arguably the pick of two top-notch cuts.
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Flight
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Flight (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: OPEN 002. Rel: 15 Aug 16
  1. Flight 82874
  2. Flight 82874 (Alessandro Crimi mix)
  3. Flight 82874 (S Moreira mix)
  4. Flight 82874 (Frazer Dubtro edit)
Review: Open Recordings return with their 2nd release 'Flight' following the Departed Emotions EP released earlier this year. Frazer Campbell piloting the journey with 'Flight 82874' ... with 2 of the finest co pilots from hugely respected labels Slow Life and Wahlscheibe....S.Moreira and Allessandro Crimi re constructing the original into superb pieces of timeless music with a dubby outro for good measure!
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Random Afternoon EP
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Cat: ETCN 002. Rel: 15 Aug 16
  1. Random Afternoon (7:52)
  2. Bectro (6:22)
  3. Wet Beta (5:49)
Review: Alex Picone and Etienne are back with their Eticone moniker, their more raw and rugged side pressed up on minimal black labels for the heads. "Random Afternoon" is a dusty, percolated strain of tech-house that chugs away amid dubby bass tones and metallic drums, "Bectro" contains the same style and flair except that here the mood is more techno-minded, and "Wet Beta" rolls its full-bodied drums over subtle drum machine beat and stripped-back electronics. Wet, wild and perfectly crisp for deejay playback action.
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HPLS 001
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HPLS 001 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HPLS 001. Rel: 15 Aug 16
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
Review: Following various releases over the recent years , Hamid launches H+ , home for experimentations and collaborations A.
With HPLS001 He delivers four hazy and intricate cuts .
All attempts share a similar touch but yet explore slightly different articulations of the genre .
Artwork : original drawing from Daniela HuertaA
Berlin 2016A
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Myth Of Steel & Concrete
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Cat: DEATH 01. Rel: 08 Aug 16
  1. Myth Of Steel & Concrete (3:34)
  2. Our History In Bones (3:02)
Review: Oliver Ho inaugurates his new imprint under the Broken English Club alias "where absurdist melodrama meets vile electronics." This new 7" inch features two raw and confronting tracks: on Side A we have the title track with its pounding and trance inducing tribal drums backing an onslaught of alien vocals, swimming in layers of noise and distortion; riveting stuff! On the flip "Our History In Bones" harks back to the chilling drone rock experiments as heard on his tremendous Suburban Hunting LP last year with his trademark nonchalant vocals in yet another brilliant display of modern post-punk interpretation.
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