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Joy (gatefold 2xLP + CD)
Cat: BEC 5156649. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Experimental/Electronic
  1. You Can Buy My Love (4:38)
  2. City Chicken (4:29)
  3. Poor Magic (4:02)
  4. Blackout 94 (3:20)
  5. Society Saved Me (4:13)
  6. Keep Changing (3:45)
  7. Holy Night (4:14)
  8. Oblivious (2:45)
  9. Facetime (4:20)
  10. Away From My Body (5:32)
  11. You Can Buy My Love
  12. City Chicken
  13. Poor Magic
  14. Blackout 94
  15. Society Saved Me
  16. Keep Changing
  17. Holy Night
  18. Oblivious
  19. Facetime
  20. Away From My Body
Review: Following a three-year hiatus, German trio Daniel Brandt, Jan Brauer and Paul Frick return with their fourth full-length. Unlike some of their earlier sets, which mined minimal techno for inspiration, Joy is a much more eccentric affair, variously drawing influence from krautrock, experimental electronica, lo-fi rock, moody synth-pop, and grisly, post-punk shapes. It's highly stylish, as you'd expect - their vocal delivery is somewhere between David Byrne and Bauhaus - with the looseness and energy of their compositions ensuring an attractive immediacy. It takes a few listens to soak it all up, but undoubtedly grows on your with each successive play.
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 in stock $20.38
Joy (CD)
Cat: BEC 5156648. Rel: 02 Nov 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. You Can Buy My Love (0:30)
  2. City Chicken (0:30)
  3. Poor Magic (0:30)
  4. Blackout 94 (0:30)
  5. Society Saved Me (0:30)
  6. Keep Changing (0:30)
  7. Holy Night (0:30)
  8. Oblivious (0:30)
  9. Facetime (0:30)
  10. Away From My Body (0:30)
Review: Following a three-year hiatus, German trio Daniel Brandt, Jan Brauer and Paul Frick return with their fourth full-length. Unlike some of their earlier sets, which mined minimal techno for inspiration, Joy is a much more eccentric affair, variously drawing influence from krautrock, experimental electronica, lo-fi rock, moody synth-pop, and grisly, post-punk shapes. It's highly stylish, as you'd expect - their vocal delivery is somewhere between David Byrne and Bauhaus - with the looseness and energy of their compositions ensuring an attractive immediacy. It takes a few listens to soak it all up, but undoubtedly grows on your with each successive play.
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 in stock $7.82
K7
Cat: K7 331EP1. Rel: 20 Apr 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Holy Night (4:14)
  2. Poor Magic (4:02)
  3. Holy Night (Tom Trago remix) (8:05)
 in stock $7.40
DJ Kicks (gatefold 2xLP + CD)
K7
Cat: K7 311LP. Rel: 20 Feb 14
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Brandt Brauer Frick - "Hugo" (DJ-Kicks remix)
  2. Glenn Astro - "How I Miss You"
  3. Piano Tool
  4. Galaxy 2 Galaxy - "Transition" (feat Atlantis)
  5. Le K - "Abraz"
  6. Percussion Tool
  7. Dollkraut - "Jumbo Rollercoaster"
  8. Parental Control - "Feel Like"
  9. James Braun & Troels Abrahamsen - "Wooden Knuckles"
  10. Cosmin Trg - "Echolab Disaster"
  11. Jan Jelinek - "Hipbird"
  12. Inkswel - "Australaborialis"
  13. Theo Parrish - "Electric Alleycat"
  14. Dollkraut - "Rollercoaster"
  15. William Onyeabor - "Better Change Your Mind"
  16. Max Graef - "Bummse"
  17. Brandt Brauer Frick - "Bommel"
  18. Kingdom - "Stalker Ha"
  19. Parental Control/Le K - "Feel Like/Abraz"
  20. Alfabet (Awanto 3 & Tom Trago) - "Lap The Music"
  21. Fantastic Man - "Late At Night"
  22. Brandt Brauer Frick - "Out Of Tash"
  23. Galaxy 2 Galaxy - "Transition" (feat Atlantis)
  24. Peverelist - "Sun Dance"
  25. DJ Do Bass - "To Catchy"
  26. French Fries - "White Screen"
  27. Chico Mann - "Soul Freedom"
  28. James Braun & Troels Abrahamsen - "Wooden Knuckles"
  29. Glenn Astro - "How I Miss You"
  30. Philogresz - "Edge"
  31. Bok Bok & Tom Trago - "Vector"
  32. Cosmin Trg - "Echolab Disaster"
  33. Mmm - "Re-Tics"
  34. Jam City - "How We Relate To The Body"
  35. Brandt Brauer Frick - "Hugo" (DJ-Kicks)
  36. Machinedrum - "Now U Know Tha Deal 4 Real"
  37. Thundercat - "Tenfold"
  38. Dean Blunt - "Galice"
Review: The long running DJ Kicks serious has always been fascinating, offering as it does the chance for DJs and producers known for a particular style to spread their wings musically. Jazz-minded German techno combo Brandt Bauer Frick grab that chance with both hands on their instalment, showcasing an atmospheric blend heavily influenced by nu-jazz and smoky, jazz-flecked deep house. This vinyl edition features ten unmixed cuts from the mix for the selectors out there along with a CD version. On the latter there are numerous pleasing diversions, from the head-nodding analogue boogie of Inkswel and Moog-laden African rhythms of William Onyeabor, to the dense drum workout of their own "Brommel" and the winding synths and ultra-deep production of Fantastic Man's "Late At Night". They also make room for a bit of tech-jazz (Galaxy 2 Galaxy), and the booming late night moves of Cosmin TRG.
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 in stock $25.41
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