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On this second, more expansive sampler for his forthcoming album Spaces & Places, Kerri Chandler treats us to tracks inspired by - and by the wonders of mobile recording technology, produced inside - clubs including Dublin's District 8, Glasgow institution Sub Club, Lux of Lisbon and NYC's Output. Of course, the standard is uniformly high throughout - it's classic Chandler from start to finish - but our picks of a very fine bunch include the soulful piano house shimmer of 'Change Your Mind', the thrusting, bass-heavy pump of 'Subbie (Rattle The Subbie Mix)', the effortlessly slick and soulful 'Tenacity (Full Vocal Mix)' and the ludicrously sub-heavy snap of 'See The Light (Dub)'. To borrow an old cliche, this is very much, 'all killer, no filler'.
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As part of the 2016 Ghent Film Festival, the first ever 'greatest hits' album for Ryuichi Sakamoto's soundtrack work was released. This retrospective LP compiles the best selections from the entirety of his career, from Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence to The Revenant. Now reissued 5 years later by Silva Screen, the album sees a wider, exclusive white vinyl edition, capturing the swelling pangs endemic to Sakamoto's music for screen.
The Purple Disco Machine keeps on trucking with that none-bigger approach to chart baiting house music, and this time there's no holding back as they team up with Joe Killington to deliver the insanely catchy 'Devil In Me'. There's a familiar soul lick looped up in the background of the track which should only double down on the mass appeal of this perfect track, and you get the perfect balance of straight up radio-friendly vocal version and a club dub on the flip for those who want to take it deeper.
Various - Silberland Vol 1: The Psychedelic Side Of Kosmische Musik 1972-1986
German record label Bureau B have compiled 70s and 80s German electro-punk, trance, breakbeat and more into the first volume of their Silberland series, a self-contained post-war world of counter-culture German underground that was on the bleeding-edge of sound. The avant-garde and floor-fillers collide in a showcase of collaborative spirit from the country at the time, trying to fill a cultural void that the war left. Expect cosmic synth passages, ritualistic electronic grooves in this delve into psychedelia expressed only in the metallic beeps and bumping bass of the Komische scene. It's cerebral and slightly uncanny in its thought-provoking approach that is crucially German, if not that of a Sega Mega Drive soundtrack.
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Nicola Cruz - Self Oscillation
Ecuadorian maestro Nicolas Cruz is back on Rhythm Seciton to follow up his last EP Subtropique which proved a big hit. "I'm always trying to re-interpret this Afro-Caribbean feeling, and trying to figure out how I could humanize this through the machines," he says of his approach and it certain is the case here. He mixes up some worlds rhythms with twitchy techno drums and electronic synths to make for something totally new on all of the tracks. The heavy, skipping kicks of 'Residual Heat' is a real favourite while 'Self Oscillation' is a catering percussive jam to pack the floor. Another great outing.
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2phargon - Feel A Little Strange
2Phargon is an alias from Lee Mortimer, aka Friend Within, Sawtooth Sucka and many more names. Mortimer's prolific output speaks to his skill in the studio, which is of course why he was picked up by the mighty Dirtybird for this 12" of appropriately quirky groovers catering to the vibe Claude Vonstroke et al have been championing all these years. 'Feel A Little Strange' is a big, bashy rave monster with buzzing rave synths upfront and chunky tech house backbone to the beat, while the vocal sample waves the freak flag high. 'Micro' harks back to the mid 00s minimal sound Dirtybird emerged from, with plenty of playful and heady melodic flourishes to send the vibe skywards.
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Rees - Devils Club
CWPT is the new label from Palms Trax, a notoriously deep digger and excellent DJ with a widescreen musical remit. He has already dropped some heat on the label and then came a reissue of eighties Chicago House talent Rog'e, with some mixtapes from Enchanted Rhythm and Budino also turning heads, and now it is RESS who serves up some raw sounds from the North East. It follows a vital EP on Bordello A Parigi and brings a nice jumble of disco, wave, house, acid and EBM styles to three tough, rugged and macho cuts that will invigorate any set.
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Alexander Skancke - Are You Happy?
Alexander Skancke is one of a new breed of Norwegian producers making waves across Europe with a deeper take on tech-house and electronic music. On the surface this release for Quirk - following appearances on Jay Haze's Contexterrior and Neostrictly - is a five tracker, but on closer inspection it features one experimental spoken word piece ('Make Do Battlecry') and four more traditional workouts absolutely crying out to be played out. Opener 'Alright Alright' is big and thunderous but minimal and cagey, but as the EP opens up the tracks develop more personality, with 'This Is Not Organ House' with its bumping bassline and rave whistles closing proceedings with aplomb.
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