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Cat: HYPELTD 07. Rel: 30 Aug 12
Deep House
  1. Dazed & Amazed
  2. Everybody's Beautiful
  3. Everybody's Beautiful (Acid mix)
Review: Hypercolour offshoot Hype Ltd reach release number seven and get a round of applause from the Juno office for reaching out to one of Chicago's most venerated vanguards of underground house music in Amir Alexander. His Hype Ltd debut Everybody's Beautiful EP follows noted outings on highly respected Atlantic hubs such as Hakim Murphy's Machining Dreams, Deep Vibes and Plan B and continues to display Alexander's finely crafted brand of body music that's in truth indebted as much to Detroit as it is Chicago. "Dazed & Amazed" sets the tone, greedily occupying the A Side to send out sumptuous swirls of smeared textures that intertwine with the rough and tough kicking groove as distant voices get lost deep in the mix, yet still retain their crucial rhythmic poise. On the flip "Everybody's Beautiful" proves to be as inviting and intoxicating, with relentless and precise drum programming swamped in ethereal harmonies that subtly increase in intensity as Alexander's own vocal musings usher forth. The accompanying 303 laden acid dub version of the same track only proves how adept an operator Alexander is. Big release!
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Cat: VS 003. Rel: 16 Oct 12
Techno
  1. The Realest Of The Real
  2. Sonic Weaponry
  3. Rebel Music (version one)
  4. Who Are You?
Review: The Idiot Savant Masterpieces is an absolutely mental slant on the house and techno template from Chicago resident Amir Alexander, a producer whose unwillingness to sacrifice his stylistic principles has seemingly been belatedly embraced on a wider scale with some well received EPs for Hype LTD and Deep Vibes. This 12" also marks the first full release from Alexander on his own Vanguard Sound label, and anyone with an open mind will probably be hooked as soon as the dense but warm brilliance of "The Realest Of The Real" launches into action. A near perfect example of Alexander's craft, the way the track agitates from between a very focused groove and all out madness really sets him apart from the ever swelling raft of boring revivalists out there, which the remaining three tracks also achieve. You need this record in your life.
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Idiot Savant Masterpieces EP (hand-stamped white label 12")
Cat: VS 003WHITE. Rel: 19 Aug 13
Deep House
  1. The Realest Of The Real
  2. Sonic Weaponry
  3. Rebel Music (version one)
  4. Who Are You?
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Cat: FS 020. Rel: 17 Jan 14
Deep House
  1. Pussy Power (6:35)
  2. The Borg (6:44)
  3. Hot Sex (6:55)
  4. The Ghost (6:30)
Review: An artist that never seems to stop, Amir Alexander is striding into 2014 with barrels of confidence as he makes a return to Finale Sessions having previously shared a slab with Hakim Murphy. "Pussy Power" is especially nasty, with its swing turned out to the max and a cheeky acid bass line rubbing up against a saucy vocal hook that just oozes sleazy dancefloor heat. "The Borg" is a more po-faced affair that works around jerking techno rhythms and hard-pressed electro synth lines, but for "Hot Sex" we're back in the same party-starting groove that the EP opened with. "The Ghost" takes that bump and runs with it, winding up in a more esoteric kind of house thumper that delivers on its own merit while neatly tying into the neighboring tracks.
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Cat: SECRET 012. Rel: 04 Dec 13
Deep House
  1. Don't Go
  2. Bangin'
Review: ** Repress ** Yes! Secretsundaze hit pay dirt with this killer double drop from the man Amir Alexander. As anyone who grabbed his Idiot Savant Masterpiece EP will attest, the Vanguard Sound head has put his name to all manner of excellent records in the past eighteen months without getting the wider exposure his own distinct brand of percussion heavy US house music merits. An appearance on a label such as Secretsundaze should ensure Alexander's music seeps through the cracks of recognition and really, he's on fine form here. Lead cut "Don't Go" is simple, unfussy house music - little more than hard hitting drums, snaking synths, a squelching analogue bass line and a submerged vocal. Complementing this, the suitably titled "Bangin'" details Alexander's penchant for taut acid flecked house bangers. No nonsense House music from a current master of his craft.
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Cat: VS 005. Rel: 20 Feb 14
Techno
  1. Stardust Kisses
  2. Black Snow Wolf
  3. Star Tigress
  4. Binary Star System (feat Clara Stjnrna)
Review: In the period since the last release on Vanguard Sound!, label founder Amir Alexander has seen his stock rise considerably with releases on Secretsundaze and Finale Sessions. Quite rightly too as the Chicago-based producer seems to have narrowed onto a style that is both deft and simplistic. If you copped any of the previous Vanguard Sound! transmissions, you'll know they aren't the type of 12" to gather dust and the Stardust Kisses EP is filled with everything we love about Alexander across four tracks. The title track is as good as anything Omar S has come up with lately, whilst "Black Snow Wolf" dips into chunky electro but the real highlight is "Binary Star System" where skewed funk meets the treated vocals of Clara Stjnrna.
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Cat: ACWL 001. Rel: 08 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. Necessary Sanctuary (7:56)
  2. Universe (6:34)
  3. Necessary Sanctuary (3 AM mix) (8:43)
  4. Transcend (6:26)
Review: The Vanguard Sound main man is back, look out! Amir Alexander presents us with Anthology One, landing on his other label concern, Anunnaki Cartel. On the A side we've got "Necessary Sanctuary" a sublime deep house cut with a sharp and bumpy arpeggio and emotive pads backing some positive and uplifting male vocals. "Universe" gets even deeper and darker; we really like this one. Rich soulful synth tapestries reminiscent of Larry Heard back some more epic vocals exploring existentialism. On the flip is "Necessary Sanctuary (3AM Mix)" which is a more stripped and straight ahead version than the version on the other side; a neat DJ tool. Finally "Transcend" gets all intergalactic on us with this spaced out, ethereal and downright uplifting journey through the cosmos.
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Cat: PBR 043. Rel: 28 Sep 15
Deep House
  1. Channeling (9:09)
  2. Deep Banger (6:05)
  3. Nocturnal (5:36)
Review: Amir Alexander, a product of the house scene, is no stranger to house music. Being a DJ since the late 1990's and having focused strictly on production since 2006, the man is now starting to come through with some utter gold. The last few years have seen him pair up with the likes of Hakim Murphy and also release on labels such as Anunaki Cartel and New York's Plan B Recordings, where he returns to now with three dusty house trax. "Channeling" kicks things off with a sullen, funky bassline and intricate swings of percussion backed by distant piano keys, whereas "Deep Banger", as the title suggests, is more of a straight-up house jerker, and "Nocturnal" fuzzes things out with its growling bassline and eerie background atmospherics. Wonderful and not to be slept on.
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Love & Fear (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: AC 007. Rel: 17 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Tight Situations (6:38)
  2. A Virtuous Woman (6:28)
  3. Moist Flesh (6:38)
  4. Nordisk Saga (feat Cecilia Bruun Hansen) (6:29)
  5. Love & Fear (5:17)
  6. A Child Is Born (4:25)
  7. Tranquility Base (3:14)
  8. The Blues (Never Had) (4:35)
  9. Komm, Suber, Tod Komm Selge Ruh (6:53)
Review: Thus far, Anunnaki Cartel have only been releasing EP's, most of which have been collaborative efforts by Amir Alexander, Joey Anderson and Chris Mitchell, among others. This is their first LP and it's by Alexander himself, a man who is no mood to beat around the bush and gets his sound across right from the start of "Tight Situations". However, it's the album's slower and stranger pieces such as "A Virtuous Woman", "Love & Fear" or "A Child Is Born" which caught our attention! We'd never heard Alexander making more experimental pieces so it's refreshing to hear an artist so capable of making both hard-hitting floor music but also more docile and abstract sounds.
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Played by: Hakim Murphy, Anaxander
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Cat: PBR 036. Rel: 08 Mar 14
Techno
  1. The Lands Beyond!
  2. Mental Floss
  3. Mysterious Stranger
  4. Black Hole
Review: In the period since Amir Alexander last graced DJ Spider's Plan B Recordings, the producer and DJ has racked up a fair glut of releases for everyone from Secretsundaze and Hype Ltd to Machining Dreams and his own Anunnaki Cartel. It's not disrespect to call Alexander one of the most prolific producers currently operating in the US house and techno scene, but every one of these releases arrives without any sense of artistic compromise on his behalf. The Lands Beyond! EP is a perfect four track snapshot of Amir Alexander deep in his element; the way the hats snap on the title track as a deep acid bass fizzes beneath or the supple, bleep laden grooves of "Mental Floss" both demonstrate how Alexander has mastered the art of functional music filled with touches that are in no way functional.
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Cat: JJR 010. Rel: 09 May 18
Deep House
  1. Lemmings Off A Cliff! (6:45)
  2. In The Beginning! (6:29)
  3. Deep Blue Sea! (8:13)
  4. Rube Boy! (5:09)
  5. Dusk Til Dawn! (6:20)
  6. Genesis 6! (6:37)
  7. Blessed Are The Meek! (6:34)
  8. Weep Not! (6:39)
Review: Malmo based Chicagoan Amir Alexander presents his second full length, following up 2015's Love & Fear - which appeared on his own esteemed Anunnaki Cartel. This will also be his second appearance on Bristol based Just Jack, and follows up some great releases by Dana Ruh and John Barera. Be prepared for lots of gritty and lo-fi analogue soul throughout the duration of Dusk 'Til Dawn. From the unadulterated grunt of opener "Lemmings Off A Cliff!", the tunneling acid vision of "Deep Blue Sea!" to the tribute to Larry Heard's Alleviated sound on the emotive title track and, indeed, the glory days of Traxx Records on the completely mental "Genesis 6!". Here Alexander proves yet again that he is still one of the most dynamic producers in house music today.
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Cat: VS 010. Rel: 29 Jun 16
Techno
  1. King Kong Godzilla Gorillas! (8:09)
  2. Physical Control Of The Mind! (5:58)
  3. Two Types Of People (Who's Gonna Sell Out)! (6:59)
  4. The Artificial Womb! (6:58)
Review: Vanguard Sound returns with a new joint from Amir Alexander in the shape of the dramatically titled 12", The Morpheus Project! According to the label, these four cuts from Alexander are "the culmination of over a decade of research into the hidden mysteries that dictate the workings of the power structure of the world we live in." In such a politically tumultuous age, such records are so very prescient. The research Vanguard Sound refer to is presented in lyrical form as Alexander references "situations and phenomenon hiding in plain sight" over some typically rugged, and admittedly rather fierce productions.
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Cat: ARGOT 017. Rel: 21 Mar 16
Deep House
  1. Butterfly (The Monarch) (7:22)
  2. Black Mass (7:33)
  3. Many False Prophets (5:33)
Review: Chicago's underground house hero and Vanguard Sound main man Amir Alexander appears next up on Windy City imprint Argot with The Butterfly EP, which is quite impressive we must say. A side track "Butterfly (The Monarch)" is one of those dark dancefloor drama tracks in the vein of legends like Carl Craig with its stern and cynical monologue backed by a brooding composition. Things get a bit fiercer on "Black Mass" though: this is dark and emotive techno soul done properly. On the flip it's also worth mentioning "Many False Prophets" equally as emotional and bittersweet where swirling and hypnotic pads distract you from an incredibly fierce 909 drum machine workout. Wicked stuff!
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Burrow! (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: 3EEP 201605. Rel: 17 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. Burrow (6:51)
  2. Darkness Eternal (6:53)
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Cat: VS 011. Rel: 31 Jan 17
Deep House
  1. Dirty Talk (6:56)
  2. 10th Degree Uzi (6:52)
  3. Agenda 21 (7:51)
  4. Coke Sweat (6:21)
Review: DJ since 93, producer since 98. That's Amir Alexander all wrapped up. The Chicago badboy has been on a roll over recent years, and his own Anunnaki Cartel has been responsible not only for his own wonderful productions, but also for unearthing talents such as Joey Anderson. Vanguard Sound! is the man's sublabel, and he's back with four killer tunes on the label: "Dirty Talk" rides mean and aggressive thanks to a certain infamous sample riding shotgun amid a flurry of pseudo acid tones, while "10th Degree Uzi" goes off one a mad one thanks to a curious blend of deep house and something altogether more tenebrous. The B-side launches into hyperdrive with "Agenda 21", a cacophonous 303 bomb, and closes off in style thanks to the dirty, slithering melodies of "Coke Sweat". Another fine Amir Alexander production.
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Cat: RS 026. Rel: 18 Sep 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. How You Make Me Feel (6:32)
  2. Walk The Talk (6:29)
  3. Telepathy (6:34)
  4. Bunker Buster (6:22)
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Cat: JJR 005. Rel: 12 May 15
Deep House
  1. Infinity! (7:30)
  2. Ulysses! (8:39)
Review: It's another RSD 2015 house stepper coming out the woodwork, and it's by none other than Amir Alexander - everyone's favourite Malmo-based contemporary Chicago house don. This time he appears under his Ritchie Ratchet moniker with two acid-laced house cuts, stripped-back and militarised into a pair of club missiles. "Infinity!" and "Ulysses!" are similar in structure but different in tone, where the former is on a steady path to destruction while the latter bounces off the walls with an abrasive touch. Class!
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Played by: Agnostic Rhythm
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MNC 002 (limited 10")
Cat: MNC 002. Rel: 03 May 13
Deep House
  1. Scuzzelbutt!
  2. Between Us
Review: Banfield Audio's fledgling Monochromatic label return following a sterling debut emission from Specter and the label bosses themselves, turning to another under rated US producer in the shape of Amir Alexander. Despite his heritage, Alexander is only now really getting the wider exposure his explosive production capacity deserves and the Chicagoan's contribution here is an incendiary example of just what he's capable of. "Scuzzelbutt!" is Chicago acid house in a similar frame of mind to Larry Heard's prized Gherkin Jerks output, though the TR-led rhythms are precision tooled and crisp to a tee. Banfield Audio maintain their 100% appearance record with a slightly more sedate B Side saunter through classic Detroit deep house that accrues all manner of melodic charm as it progresses.
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  1. Amir Alexander - "The Moment Of Truth!"
  2. Chris Mitchell - "June In July"
  3. Benedict Frey - "We Can't Go Back"
  4. Regen - "Crumb"
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  1. Amir Alexander - "Cypher"
  2. Chris Mitchell - "213 NI"
  3. DJ Spider - "New World Resistance"
  4. Dakini9 - "Rollercoaster To Nowhere"
Review: Volume four of the Vanguard Sound series from Anunnaki Cartel label sees Amir Alexander and Chris Mitchell once again open the invitation to the East Coast house innovators. This time it's Plan B pair DJ Spider and Dakini9 who line up alongside the label founders with Amir Alexander setting a rough and rugged tone on opening track "Cypher". Rasping kicks and a killer bouncing analogue bassline drive the track forwards as Alexander gradually weaves in a searing synth tone which increases with smudged incandescence until a vocal sample offers some brief politically tinged respite before the synth tone kicks back in. Mitchell is in equally bullish mood on "213 NL" a straight up drum track that ratchets up into full blow acid filled psychedelia as the final third hones into view. On the Plan B side, Spider drops one of his trademark lurching rhythms, with skittering drums traversing the gritty lower frequencies of "New World Resistance" which is filled with the sort of vocal samples that justifies the title. "Rollercoaster To Nowhere" from Dakini9 is just as impressive, retaining the murky mood yet driven by it's own almost drunken percussive swagger.
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VA EP 1 (transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: COB 3. Rel: 04 Mar 13
Deep House
  1. Amir Alexander - "Dragon Fly!"
  2. City 2 City - "True People 88 89 90"
  3. Immer & Mr J - "Delta 23"
  4. St Sene & Janeret - "Nightshifter"
Review: Another arm of Chez Damier's multi-limbed Balance Alliance, Courtesy of Balance inaugurate a new series of 12" compilation releases with COB 3, arriving on limited edition transparent vinyl. Amir Alexander kicks things off following a crop of killer releases for Vanguard Sound and Hype LTD with "Dragon Fly!" featuring the subtly undulating bassline and fresh take on the deep house template he's known for, while City 2 City's "True People 88 89 90" comes true on the promise of its title, with a piece of vintage house that goes beyond the usual hollow revivalism. On the flip, Immer & Mr J's "Delta 23" offers a thick piece of mid-tempo house, with a piercing kick drum, offbeat dub chords and contained acid madness, while St Sene & Janeret's "Nightshifter" takes things down a notch with a late-night house track filled with swirling pads and diva vocals swelling on the midnight horizon.
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Cat: BRV 002. Rel: 04 Dec 09
Deep House
  1. Amir Alexander - "Necessary Sanctuary" (original mix)
  2. Amir Alexander - "Necessary Sanctuary" (3 AM mix)
  3. G Marcell - "Breathe" (Inhale mix)
  4. G Marcell - "Breathe" (Exhale mix)
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Cat: FS 010. Rel: 17 Sep 12
Deep House
  1. Amir Alexander - "Eyes Open Mouth Shut"
  2. Amir Alexander - "Bittersweet Memories"
  3. Hakim Murphy - "Hazey Plains In Time"
  4. Hakim Murphy - "Chill"
Review: This split EP offers a number of attractions, not least a luscious sound that fixes classic, Detroit style futurism to vintage deep house grooves. There's something particularly galactic about the undulating synths and tight grooves of Hakim Murphy's "Hazey Plains In Time", while the same producer's "Chill" delivers a bubbling journey through warm electronics and tasty melodies. More obviously floor-friendly is Amir Alexander's borderline anthemic "Eyes Open Mouth Shut" - all touchy-feely chords, booming grooves and cascading synth melodies - while the quicker "Bittersweet Memories" evokes images of classic Motor City productions. Impressive stuff, all told.
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  1. Amir Alexander - "Enjoyment Of Servitude"
  2. Hinode - "Molecular"
  3. Samuel Andre Madsen - "Etude In Solitude"
  4. Chris Mitchell - "LFC"
Played by: Dave Miller, Nihad Tule
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Cat: RS 027. Rel: 07 Dec 17
Deep House
  1. Amir Alexander - "Ready 4 Your Love" (6:21)
  2. Lapien - "Inland" (6:51)
  3. Benjamin Brunn - "The Universe Is Only A Counterweight" (7:26)
  4. Moody Waters - "Hours After" (feat D-Ham) (7:33)
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Cat: SUBWAX RSD 2015. Rel: 20 Apr 15
Deep House
  1. Amir Alexander - "I Remember House When House Was House" (feat Cecilia Bruun Hansen) (7:11)
  2. Nicson & An Gelo - "Hold Your Horses" (8:03)
  3. Thomas Wood - - "Always Underground" (6:19)
Review: Barcelona's Subwax emporium is an umbrella company for a variety of different labels and acts as a distributor for them, too. For this year's Record Store Day festivities, their Subwax Bcn sublabel returns with a tightly knit collaborative EP by some of the clan's most trusted affiliates. The always on-point Amir Alexander touches down with a stepping, sci-fi-leaning house cut in the shape of "I Remember House When House Was House"; Nicson and An Gelo spin the gears down into deep mode with "Hold Your Horses", and Thomas Wood's "Always Underground" takes care of the dancefloor jerking thanks to its rolling, bumping Chicago-inspired bassline.
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Cat: PBR 018. Rel: 08 Jan 11
Minimal/Tech House
  1. DJ Spider - "Flight Of The Vulture"
  2. Courage - "Christine"
  3. Dakini9 - "Dust & Memories"
  4. Amir Alexander - "Deep & Raw!"
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  1. DJ Spider - "Democide" (6:15)
  2. Dakini9 - "Delphinus" (7:51)
  3. Amir Alexander - "Return Of The Zombie!" (8:15)
  4. Hakim Murphy - "Flash Mob" (7:15)
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Cat: AMR 26R. Rel: 25 Jun 12
Deep House
  1. Dubbyman - "Love's All Right"
  2. Dubbyman - "Love's All Right" (Above Smoke dub mix)
  3. Mr Done! - "Diamond" (vinyl edit)
  4. Amir Alexander - "Woozy!"
Review: Malcolm Moore's Altered Moods imprint comes through with the self styled "deep as fuq" Love's All Right EP featuring contributions from Dubbyman, Amir Alexander and Mr Done! The well respected Dubbyman marks his debut production on Altered Moods with the sublime "Love's All Right"- a track naturally brimming with his signature jazzy touches and lolloping beat down groove. It's complemented by an altogether housier remix from Above Smoke who does a superb job in cloaking elements of Dubbyman's original production in a hazy sheen deep beneath an infinitely rise rasp of a groove. Turn over and Mr Done! (aka Mr Moore) gently rolls out a melange of widescreen chords and shimmering pads over the ever rippling rhythmic snap of drums that drives "Diamond" forward, whilst Amir Alexander wins the prize for the most apt title on "Woozy!" a tightly wound driving house track whose undulating textures will cause travel sickness for years to come.
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Cat: CCRT 004. Rel: 26 Sep 13
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Black Dahlia (Cold Blood dub)
  2. Black Dahlia (original mix)
Review: Amir Alexander slopes over to a sneaky new alias for this release for Concrete Music, featuring two different versions of the same aquatic roller painted in subtly different shades. The "Cold Blood Dub" resides on the A side, representing the more poised of the two versions with its haunting organ swells that linger heavy amongst the densely packed soundscape, cinematic and engrossing in its demeanour. The original mix however takes different aspects of the melodic content to contort and twist, in this instance focusing on a growling synth line that snakes through the techy mists of the track.
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Cat: AC 01. Rel: 05 Mar 13
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Chris Mitchell - "Illuminescent Invasion A2"
  2. Amir Alexander - "Ostinato"
  3. Joey Anderson - "Table Of Contents"
  4. Chris & Amir - "Dark Memories"
Review: Anunnaki Cartel is the newly launched sub label of Amir Alexander's Vanguard Sound operation and this first release sets the bar high; Alexander himself features alongside cuts from Joey Anderson and Chris Mitchell. The latter producer leads the way with "Illuminescent Invasion" a relentlessly rewarding concoction of fierce snares, deviant saw tooth synths and almost criminal abuse of the 303. Amir Alexander is growing into a personal favourite of the Juno review team and "Ostinato" demonstrates why in abundance. It's a direct and druggy assault on your sensibilities based around discordant square synths and a undeniably funk heavy groove. Things get even weirder on the flip as Joey Anderson drops the kind of off-kilter, off the grid house production where all the elements appear to be pulling in separate directions but somehow combine for a unique cohesive groove. Mitchell and Alexander join forces to close this excellent 12" with the cosmic techno of "Dark Memories" which has got the best snare sound since "Set It Off". Don't sleep!
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Cat: PR 016. Rel: 30 Jan 18
Techno
  1. Point G - "Love Yourself" (8:11)
  2. D'julz - "About Time" (6:47)
  3. Amir Alexander - "The Scent Of My Desire" (6:58)
  4. Aubrey - "African Song" (5:51)
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Cat: AC 005. Rel: 15 Jul 14
Techno
  1. Traxx - "BaseAcid2"
  2. Amir Alexander - "Slow Ride"
  3. Amir Alexander - "Six Sixty Six (The Beast)"
  4. Traxx - "Abc Acid Beat Complete"
Review: Take the releases on Anunnaki Cartel into consideration as a whole and its clear label founders Amir Alexander and Chris Mitchell are looking and generally succeeding at ways to advance the ideas of US house music into compelling new forms. It makes sense then that this latest release on the label sees Alexander face off with Nation boss Traxx, a man who has been steadfast in his own efforts to promote and pioneer the Jakbeat ethos and approach. The Howard/Loyola Acid Frenzy EP finds the pair indulging in some truly wild acid explorations that will delight the proper house selectors out there. Traxx is on devilish form with his two contributions with the moment on "BaseAcid2" where the intensity levels unexpectedly ramp skywards is a particular highlight.
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