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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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Melchior Sultana - Deeper Than It Sounds
LP
$17.40
Deeper Than It Sounds is indeed the perfect name for Melchior Sultana's new outstanding Album on Swiss Boutique Label deepArtSounds. The more you listen to it, the deeper you get sucked in and you hear more layers to it. The sounds and chords alone will take you on this journey that will make girls, guy, dogs, cats, moms, dads, brothers and sisters love this album for the years to come.
It would be fair to say that great Italo-disco albums are few and far between. Ago's 1982 debut album, "For You", is undoubtedly one of the rare examples of an Italo-disco artist getting it right across an entire LP. As this timely reissue proves, the artist (and his production team) was more heavily influenced by U.S disco, boogie and early electrofunk than many of his synth-pop and new wave-loving peers, giving the set an authenticity and warm instrumental feel often lacking in similar Italian exercises. You may find the accented vocals a touch tongue-in-cheek, but the choruses are great, the instrumentation brilliant and the production spot on.
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Mark Ambrose - Smoky Clinic EP (reissue)
12"
$13.60
When Mark Ambrose's "Smoky Clinic EP" first appeared in record stores way back in 1997, tech-house was still a relatively new phenomenon. Ambrose's productions were in keeping with the freshly minted style's original ethos, fixing the futurism and sci-fi intent of Detroit techno to the rhythmical approach of New York and Chicago house. As this reissue proves, the record has aged well, sounding as deep, melodiously, hypnotic and far-sighted in 2018 as it did in '97. While there is one trip into tougher, slightly darker territory - see "Hocus Pocus" - it's the blissful, intergalactic melodiousness of tracks like "Starship" and dreamy opener "X-Rays" that lingers in the memory.
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Klein & Mbo / Warrior - The MBO Theme
12"
$13.60
During a record digging trip to South Africa a year or two back, Rush Hour co-founder Antal stumbled on an obscure local cover of Klein & MBO's Ron Hardy and Larry Levan favourite, "The MBO Theme". The Warrior version, which was recorded at some point in the early '80s, is a little slower and breezier than Klein and MBO's original, with even finer fretless bass flavours and the track's famous melodies re-played on some particularly spacey synthesizers. Helpfully, the Klein & MBO version is on the A-side, so you can easily compare the two: Warriors' little known cover is definitely our pick of the pair.
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Dawl - Libertine 11
12"
$12.51
Over the last year or two, Darren "Dawl" Woollard has proved to be one of British techno's most on-point revivalists. Here he pops up on Libertine with more mind-altering peak-time fare full of subtle references to records of old. There's something particularly wild and psychedelic about EP opener "Bad Trip", a throbbing chunk of mid-tempo techno rich in ghostly chords, glassy-eyed spoken word samples and layer upon layer of TB-303 acid lines. "Tune In Space" doffs a suitably oversized cap to "bleep and breaks" style early UK hardcore (think "LFO" chords, "Testone" bleeps, heavy sub bass and skittish drums), while "Alpha 101" sounds like the kind of record "Evil" Eddie Richards might have made around 1990. "Dark Space" meanwhile, is a killer electro cut laden in bleep-style melodies.
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Jack Michael / Harry Wills - Coopers Dubz EP
12"
$12.51
Having launched the Orbital London imprint with a fine solo EP last summer, Jack Michael has decided to share wax space with pal Harry Wills on the label's sophomore outing. Each offers up a fresh track, which is then in turn remixed by the other. Michael handles side A, delivering the Reese bassline-powered revivalist UK garage bustle of "Never Said That". Wills offers a punchier, organ-heavy two-step flex on his sparkling remix of the same track, before opening side B with the wonderfully weighty dark garage vibes of "Clout", which reminded us a little of the Maddslinky singles that appeared on Sirkus in the early 2000s. Michael retains the same clandestine vibe on his version, whose snappy two-step come accompanied by wobble bass and trippy vocal samples.
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