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  1. I/Y - "Bellwether" (6:22)
  2. Christopher Joseph - "The Key" (6:22)
  3. Stanislav Tolkachev - "Don't Be Surprised" (8:46)
  4. Irakli - "Walk Over" (5:05)
Review: Irakli and Yacoub aka I/Y have taken Berlin by storm in the last few years, becoming strong fixtures of the local scene since making the move from their native Georgia and setting up shop in the capital with performances at regular haunts like Berghain and about//blank with their revered Staub parties. Their label likewise is on to good things, already on to its second release. I/Y Moments offers up some great tracks by Flexxseal head honcho Christopher Joseph with the snarling and savage analogue techno jam "The Key" which sounds like Waveform Transmissions era Jeff Mills and Ukrainian master of hypnotic techno Stanislav Tolkachev who serves up the woozy and hysterical "Don't Be Surprised". I/Y themselves offer up another Jeff Mills tribute of their own with the cyclical chimes of "Bellwether" while Irakli flies solo on the deep atmospheric techno of "Walk Over".
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Outside The Lines (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: FLEXXSEAL 005. Rel: 18 Apr 16
Techno
  1. Continue To Nothing (2:57)
  2. Outside The Lines (7:04)
  3. Post-Traumatic (5:26)
  4. The Queen & The Real Me (5:24)
Review: Berlin's Flexxseal are back and label head honcho Christopher Joseph appears again next with the Outside The Lines EP: four servings of tough and functional analogue driven techno bangers that call to mind the zeitgeist on mid 90's techno. On the A side we start out with the haunting and post apocalyptic soundscape of "Continue To Nothing" then the hiss, clatter and boom of the uncompromising banger "Outside The Lines" which is reminiscent of early Luke Slater. On the flip the driving cyclical mayhem of "Post Traumatic" is totally epic and reminds us of classic James Ruskin. Finally he hammers the message home with industrial body basher "The Queen & The Real Me" with its violent broken beat, grinding arpeggio and distorted industrial vocals raising hell in a big way.
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Played by: Jamie Behan
 in stock $9.16
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