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The Wizard is getting a little reflective in his old age. While still remaining one of the Motor City's premier futurists, Mills has decided to inaugurate a series built around overlooked or hard-to-find gems from his vast back catalogue. He begins volume one by offering up a stomping and mind-altering "Unreleased Version" of 1993 horror-techno cut "Suspense", before allowing us a second chance to enjoy the off-kilter rhythms, dystopian electronics and melancholic organ chords of 1995 classic "Gamma Player". Over on side B, you'll find the metallic, industrial style percussion, deep space riffs and thrusting drums of "Transformation B (Rotwang's Revenge)" and what appears to be an alternative version of "Exhibitionist 2" track "Hydra & Synergy". The latter is arguably the most "sci-fi techno" cut on the EP.
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On his third full-length outing for Ghost Box, Pye Corner Audio man Martin Jenkins offers up a sequel of sorts to 2016's "Stasis". While that featured music inspired by suspended animation, sleep and "cosmic exploration", "Hollow Earth" sees the admired experimentalist heading underground for a spot of "subterranean exploration" and "submerged psychology". Interestingly, while there are plenty of dark and immersive cuts throughout the album - see the John Carpenter style chug of "Descent", the quiet solitude of "Prismatic Gateway" and the clandestine throb of "Dancing Shadows" - it's nowhere near as pitch-black as you'd possibly expect. Instead, he plays around with melancholic melodies and quietly beautiful electronics, a blueprint that results in such poignant and picturesque cuts as "Deeper Dreaming", the bubbly "Mindshaft" and glassy-eyed "Surfacing".
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Lazare Hoche - Time Guard
12"
$10.89
To date we've not been treated to a solo outing from Lazare Hoche - he's most commonly spotted alongside fellow deep house operative Malin Genie, but now he's going it alone with two cuts of assured groovers suited to the hazier hours of a 4/4 throwdown. "Time Guard" is a swooning beauty of a track buoyed by gorgeous synth strings and a nagging groove. "Maths" is a more forthright, club-focused affair that places all the emphasis on sharp, funked up drum machine beats, but there's still a chill in the air that keeps the track firmly rooted in the deep end.
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Exhausted Modern / Cco - Interaction Nr 1: Internal Reflection
12"
$8.71
To date the Electronic Leatherette releases have featured a whole spread of noirish synth brandishing producers on two split 12"s, including Heinrich Dressel and Plant43. This third trip out into the grubby climes of the wave-inspired scene comes courtesy of Exhausted Modern and CCO, both of whom know a thing or two about channeling sinister monosynths and brittle drum machine rhythms that bridge the gap between the DIY 80s and these hardware abundant times. Exhausted Modern's "Loss Of Self-Identity" is especially strong, while CCO's "Serendipity " struts with a satisfyingly deep and nagging acid twist.
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Francis Harris / Hamatsuki - Archive Fever (Adamo Golan remix)
12"
$10.34
Tbilisi's infamous Bassiani spot already has its own label, but now the queer-centric Horoom space within the club is launching an imprint of its own. Opening up the A side of this split 12", Francis Harris is a great choice for the first drop on the label with his smoky take on deep house sinking under the skin and leaving a chill in the air. Adamo Golan takes this seductively spooky mood and injects it with uptempo but equally submerged broken beats via his remix of "Archive Fever". Hamatsuki presents two original tracks on the B side, and while very different "Kandzaia" and "Picnic Attack" both project a more mellow side-room ambience that's a joy to sink into.
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Jesse Saunders - On & On (Paul Johnson, Kristin Velvet, Cinthie mixes)
12"
$9.80
This valuable reissue of a very early house classic finds criminally overlooked pioneer Jesse Saunders dusting down "On & On" and giving it a fresh sonic boost and some modern remixes to boot. The original is a joy to behold in its raw, lo-fi and pleasantly unhinged burst of original expression, before Paul Johnson comes bowling in with a wild organ bassline powered version that will have fists shaking all over the spot. Kristin Velvet taps into the trippy jacking qualities of the original, turning out a respectful version that celebrates what Saunders laid out in his creative vision. Cinthie then drops a peppy remix that adds some dramatic swagger to the groove and beefs up the hooky bass arpeggio.
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Tyree - Follow Me
12"
$10.34
Tyree's Chicago Vinyl label continues to roll out essential gems from the house pioneer's considerable vaults, with as much emphasis on new material as old. "Follow Me" definitely doffs its cap to contemporary house, not least when the vocal-peppered garnish gets stripped away to reveal the shuffling groove underneath. The "Acid Bass" mix takes things further with its moody, 303 flecked tones, while the "Dancefloor Rhythm" version makes things bounce around without a melody until a sassy piano lick comes in. The "Deep Bass Nine" mix completes the package with the trippiest offering of the lot, the low-end throb being the constant anchor while the rest of the track pivots and gyrates with its own unique approach to the fundamental elements that make up "Follow Me".
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Quasar - Lovesongs EP
12"
$9.80
Quasar may be a new name in the ever-lively world of deep house, but his tunes sound like they're rooted in years of the culture. "A Song For Us" is a peppy, upfront workout with a snapping set of handclaps that will lock your body to the beat effortlessly. "Houston 1990" is a bold, bashy affair with zappy kicks and a soaring melodic section, while "I Never Thought I'd See The Day" takes things on a more melancholic trip with its downcast harmonies. EP closer "Like A Yellow Frisbee" trades on plaintive chords and a distant soul sample to make a real heart-stirrer of a track. Strong stuff for a first outing.
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