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Tags: Dub Techno | Minimal
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Mons Clepsydra
Cat: BLKRTZ 053. Rel: 23 Oct 23
Mons Klepsydra (part I) (14:45)
Mons Klepsydra (part II) (15:00)
Mons Klepsydra (part III) (14:59)
Mons Klepsydra (part IV) (14:44)
Review: Scott Monteith is the Berlin-based but Canadian-born artist best known as Deadbeat, stepping out with new alias Ark Welders Guild. It is an audio-visual performance and recording project with Italian singer and curator Letizia Trussi, whom he met in winter 2021 and has since formed a strong creative bond. They work in Trussi's Rooms of Kairos studio and have already cooked up two album length pieces that come on Monteith's BLKRTZ imprint. Mons Clepsydra is the first and is an epic drone in four parts with string recordings permeating the moody, grainy, heavy atmospheres.
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Kubler Ross Soliloquies
Cat: BLKRTZ 055. Rel: 22 Jan 24
The Double Bong Cloud (Denial I) (7:11)
Straight No Chaser (Denial II) (7:19)
Tough Love (Anger I) (7:11)
Brick Stick Blick Blade (Anger II) (7:26)
Huey Lewis Voters Dub (Negotiation) (7:08)
Things Fall Apart (Depression) (7:45)
With Grand Trepidation (Acceptance I) (7:12)
Mountains From Mole Hills (Acceptance II) (7:20)
Review: Scott Monteith returns with his first solo Deadbeat album in five years having recently collaborated with the likes of Sa Pa, Om Unit and The Mole. As ever, Monteith's long-standing dedication to dubwise experimentation drives his music forward on this new set, and there are some welcome threads that run further back in his career. 'Brick Stick Blick Blade (Anger II)' features a vocal flow from Black Noble Oluokun, who first collaborated with Monteith on the 2007 album Journeyman's Annual. That's but one standout element in an album rich with soundsystem immersion and techno propulsion delivered with the meditative poise that we always expect from Deadbeat.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan, Mimi
 in stock $26.54
Ark Welders Dub
Cat: BNG 008. Rel: 02 Nov 23
Ark Welders Dub (4:01)
This Bitter Dub (4:08)
Review: Techno doesn't often come on 7" but do not let that put you off this superb new drop from Bump'n'Grind. It features dub techno legend Deadbeat in fine form across two devastating cuts. A-side 'Ark Welders Dub' is a menacing and prowling track with a picked bassline and smeared chords to add real depth and weight. It's one to foster a heads down mood on the dancefloor, while emotional release comes in the form of the flip side. 'This Bitter Dub' is a more sparse sounds with hissing hi-hats skating over the drums while bittersweet synths and an aching blues vocal ring out up top.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan, Tom Drew
 in stock $14.34
Things Fall Apart
Cat: NDH 004. Rel: 25 Oct 22
Things Fall Apart (7:58)
Adieu Chez Cherie (6:53)
Review: Depending on your cultural references you will know that Things Fall Apart is either the title of an album by hip-hop greats The Roots, the debut 1958 novel by Nigerian author Chinua Achebe or Jon Ronson's latest Radio 4 series on the culture wars. Here it is a deeply mystic techno 10" by Deadbeat. Back in July, he worked with Sa Pa on their first collaborative album on the anniversary of BLKRTZ's 50th release and what a stunner it was. Here he casts free and deep into an oceanic abyss with drum-less floating currents and drifting melodies on 'Things Fall Apart' then a more hunched and dynamic dub groove on 'Adieu Chez Cherie.'
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Cat: VQ 087. Rel: 18 Apr 23
Minimal/Tech House
Deadbeat - "The Serpent & The Jaguar" (4:26)
Triptease & Yonatan Levi - "Amniotic Jive" (11:33)
Tuccillo - "Outer Space" (7:27)
Wareika - "When Will We Meet Again?" (8:15)
Review: Ten years deep, Visionquest continues to be a potent force in field of minimal tech house thanks to releases like these. The latest split release from their VQ X series opens up with the spellbinding, micro dub meditation 'The Serpent & The Jaguar' from Deadbeat before swerving into the equally tender folds of Triptease & Yonatan Levi's 'Amniotic Jive'. Tuccillo opens up the B-side with some crisp, immersive broken beat rhythmic incantations, and then Wareika round the record off with a smouldering piece of hi-tech jazz from the outer rim. This is subtle, elegant minimal at its warmest, make no mistake.
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Played by: Tom Drew
Tags: Minimal | Dub Techno
 in stock $17.25
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