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Tapes (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MNQ 104. Rel: 06 Dec 17
Techno
  1. A Man Who Would Come Here Of His Own Free Will (4:51)
  2. He Is Everything & Nothing (7:37)
  3. You Never Sleep (5:29)
Review: Mannequin boss Alessandro Adriani has certainly stepped out from the shadows from his retrospective leaning label to create some brilliant modern EBM/industrial derivatives - that still give a respectful nod to their origins. For his newest release, he presents us with some fairly fierce offerings. "A Man Who Would Come Here Of His Own Free Will" is tough, acid-infused EBM that lunges for right he jugular. A does "He Is Everything & Nothing", the kind of techno-punk that's reminiscent of past work with Douglas Lee as An-I: could it possibly be him on vocals? Finally on the flip, the brooding darkwave of "You Never Sleep" features lovably cheesy '80s synth leads and Silent Servant style howls through walls of delay and distortion. You can just imagine PVC clad goths sweating it out to this one, in basements from Berlin to L.A. This follows up the re-issue of Adriani's excellent edit of Lata Ramasar's "The Greatest Name That Lives".
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Cat: JG 018. Rel: 18 Sep 17
Techno
  1. Harvest (6:18)
  2. Prehistory (6:16)
  3. Death & Rebirth (4:34)
Review: Alessandro Adriani, the Italian-born, Berlin-based owner of the excellent Mannequin Records is up on Regis, Silent Servant and James Ruskin's Jealous God label, what can pretty much be boiled down to the continuation of the Sandwell District alliance. The focus is on hard-hitting slabs of jack-hammer techno with the crew's familiar hint of brutal industrialism at the core, which is perfect for the likes of Adriani's uncompromising 4/4 aesthetic. "Harvest" dominates the entirety of the A-side with its wild, bleeping wormhole of noise and organic drum patterns - the snares sounding suspiciously like metal axes hitting the chopping board; one the flip, "Prehistory" is relatively tamer on the surface, while still hitting hard down in the depths of the bass, and "Death & Rebirth" provides what comes most naturally to both artist and label... the sweet sense of tenebrous doom on the horizon.
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Cat: SA 031. Rel: 06 Dec 17
Techno
  1. He Who Harnesses The Soul (7:04)
  2. Rituals (707 EBM version) (6:37)
  3. Rituals (808 original version) (6:48)
  4. Astronomy (8:27)
Review: Alessandro Adriani makes a surprising addition to Berlin techno imprint Stroboscopic Artefacts. The forward thinking label that dwells on the more experimental fringes of dancefloor sounds now taps a fellow Italian and Mannequin Records boss who serves up some fascinating techno derivatives. Harnessed no doubt by his time living in Berlin, but also put in practice as one half of An-I with NYC legend Douglas Lee. Much like Lee, Adriani gives an outsider's perspective on powerful body music by way of industrial sounds and experimentation with analogue electronics. "He Who Harnesses The Soul" opens proceedings in impressive fashion - we've never heard Adriani execute something so direct on this tunnelling and hypnotic stomper that will have huge crossover appeal. It's more like the artist we know on the brooding and powerful stomp of "Rituals" (707 EBM version). Finally we get treated to yet another minimalist and trance inducing number on "Astronomy" reminiscent of Sahko or Sleeparchive's sublime spell casting in the mid noughties.
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  1. Penelope's Fiance - "Run & Gun" (4:34)
  2. Rawmance + Security - "Un Bon Flic" (3:45)
  3. Alessandro Adriani - "Do Not Deliver Me Into The Enemy's Hands" (6:01)
  4. Raw Ambassador - "Attack, Attack!" (5:49)
Review: New Italian label Hiroshima 45 Chernobyl 86 Windows 95 present Pubblicazione 001. Starting off on the A side is Penelope's Fiance from Thessaloniki, who serves up a lo-fi and coldwave perspective of the Boards Of Canada on "Run & Gun", while Italians Rawmance and Security team up on the slo-mo EBM mutation of "Un Bon Flic" - bringing you the sound of latter's Knick Knack Yoda burger club in Rome. On the flip, Mannequin boss Alessandro Adriani gives us the gnarly 303 acid epic "Do Not Deliver Me Into The Enemy's Hands" and Raw Ambassador aka Antonio Barbetta gives us the early industrial sounds of "Attack, Attack!" with its rusty aesthetic calling to mind the classics of Portion Control or Skinny Puppy.
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