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Silent Season have carried the music of Submersion and Mon0 independently before, but now the dub techno producers have teamed up to take their sound onto new plains of exploration. The sound palette is consistent with both their music and that of the label, but the familiar dancefloor tropes have been jettisoned in favour of a more meditative end result, leading in with the achingly beautiful tundra excursion of "Beginning Of The End". From there the album drifts with glacial motion through a range of finely crafted soundscapes, wielding a world of rumbling, harmonious noise in the middle distance without ever losing that seductive dub techno ambience.
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Since its initial release on Warp Records in 1995, the Elecktroids sole album has become one of the most sought-after electro sets around, with original vinyl copies changing hands for vast sums online. This is with good reason, of course: not only is "Elektroworld" a brilliant album, but also the (un-credited) work of the late, great Drexciya member James Stimson. The set itself is a tribute to Kraftwerk, with Stimson and his mysterious associates delivering ear-catching blends of punchy, "Computerworld" style electro beats, funky basslines, spacey sounds, ear-catching melodies and, on some of the eleven tracks, vocals. It's much more "pop" than your average Drexciya-related project - in terms of its' richness, warmth and accessibility, at least - but still weighty enough to sound suitably heavy on club soundsystems.
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Geneva producer Androo's debut EP on Music From Memory offshoot Second Circle was a gloriously psychedelic, off-kilter fusion of slo-mo tribal beats, sticky tropical textures and quietly colourful electronics. It was rather impressive all told, though some would argue that this follow-up on debutant imprint Poly Dance is even better. This time round, he's gone for a slightly more glassy-eyed, loved-up vibe, with flipside "Sync Dancehall" offering a near-perfect blend of warming Balearic chords, pitched-down, delay-laden drum machine poly-rhythms and some suitably spaced out electronic flourishes. Arguably even better, though, is A-side "Hanko", where fluid, Latin house style electric piano solos rise above a slo-mo tribal groove. Impressive stuff all told.
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Pjay - Crawl (Brendon Moeller remix)
12"
$11.05
iPM is proud to announce its very first vinyl, fruit of the inspiration of iPM's label heads A-Kintero and Mateo Holguin. NYC based Dj/Producer PJay has performed Live at many of the old school New York City Clubs. He is a Teacher of analog sound and modular synthesis and he is behind iPM's very first vinyl. With two tracks, one ambient and one Techno mix, both are characterized for their immersive and profound analog sound. "Crawl" is a laid back relaxed track which takes us on a journey of atmospheric synthesizers and deep bass lines with consistent drums that are sure to delight us, perfect for openings and closings. Brendon Moeller needs no introduction and he's on remix duties with "Space Jam", taking this track on a groovy happy vibe. This is definitely one to get people moving on the dance floor. "Space Jam" complements this Ep with a funky vibe where the cosmic synths takes the roll along with a moving and bouncing bass playing in sync with the consistency of the drums.
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The latest glassy-eyed, mind-altering missive on Sophie Sweetland's Planet Euphorique imprint comes courtesy of Reptant, the self-styled "known associate and suspected leader of the Lizard Tech Militia" (in reality, it's an alias of LKR Records boss Lucas "Lou" Karsh). It's a rather fine EP all told, with the reptilian machine freak brilliantly combining elements of punchy beat-box electro, dreamy ambient house, psychedelic ambient techno and mind-altering early '90s IDM. The peak-time picks are probably the metronomic, otherworldly thump of "Freq Accident" and the "Hoover bass"-sporting electro aggression of "Monolith", though the whole EP is superb.
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P Sh - Beyond The Wave Image & Synthetic Terrain
LP
$11.05
New LP on Udacha label comes from Moscow based artist Vasiliy Stepanov. Abstract electronics, nu house, beyond pop, dub, soul, fourth world, tribal, comedy, parody and all other distinctive weirdy magic vibes for all another dimension lovers.
Elaine Kibaro - Pour L'Amour
LP
$18.95
Emotional Rescue is delighted to offer this compilation of music from Elaine Kibaro and her particular coalesce of chanson, folk, balearic and touch of disco, all encased in her strong French and North African roots. The music included here, released between 1979 to 1989, is an expression of her development, of music changes matching growth in life, conveyed through her emotions in song. Opening with the spoken word Introduction from her debut album, "Mirrors" and the folk rock of melodies of Le Reveil from the 1981 follow up, Au Soleil, her early works are characterised by band, orchestra and choirs complimenting her voice as one. This is further heard on the mystical Sorciere, psyche percussion of Secret, the marching Le Guerrier and the inclusion her first "hit" with Aurore, appearing her in all it's extended, off-kilter guitar meets organ form. Exploring sensitivity and desires the compilation matches these earlier folk and world inspired songs with her move towards electronic production that accompanied a return some 4 years later, adding balearic and even pop dance found on 1985's Le Long De Fleuve Amour and the following 1989 opus, in Kiroel. L'Amour Pour Bouclier and Ne Doute Pas lift her music higher towards lovers' heights, with word, melody, and rhythm giving the desire to dance and be free, while her continuing exploration of chanson and spoken word takes on new meanings via the new wave meets estoric Douleur, while the emotionally charged soundscape of Kiroel brings balance. Inspired by the purity of song, Kibaro's music's has a timeless essence to behold; a voice and words found through life experience - beauty, discovery, nature and dreams. A love and hope in music, her quest for the infinite potential in song.
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Brazilian artist Toni Tornado has led one hell of a life. Before he found fame as a funk and soul fusionist, he had spells pimping in New York, dancing in television shows and working as a teenage shoeshine. He was catapulted to fame - in his native country, at least - by the release of the B.R.3 album in 1971. Here, his sought after '72 masterpiece, Toni, finally gets the reissue treatment courtesy of Portugal's Mad About Records. The set is considered something of a "Black Rio" masterpiece and remains something of a must-have for those interested by the blurry middle ground between U.S soul and funk, big band jazz, Brazilian pop and tropical grooves (one of Tornado's parents was from Guyana). Original pressings are hard to come by, so this should be an essential purchase.
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