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  1. Birdsmakingmachine - "F For Falsas"
  2. Deadbeat - "I don't need nothing if I got You"
  3. Louis Mc Guire - "Buffeting Tuft"
Review: From the label: When trends in music can come and go in the blink of an eye, ten years is a long time to stay relevant, passionate and real on the frontline. From its roots in the Parisian club scene by way of its spiritual home at Fuse in Brussels and so on to the globe-trotting, multi-faceted entity that it is today, Lessizmore is living proof of how to do a decade right. The fundamental heartbeat of this European house and techno institution is the maverick music that its affiliated artists make. Of course what the label sounds like now is not necessarily what the label sounded like back in 2006, but it's telling that some of the original characters are still with the label to this day, while many are long time members of the LIZM family that have joined the ranks over the years. In piecing together this compilation, the idea from label founders Jessica Bossuyt and Pierre Noisiez was simply to represent where their brainchild is at right now, from guests at their events in the early days to more recent collaborators of all kinds. Kicking off the first EP, the finest slithers of percussion and whispers of icy soul weave their way into the sublime, sprawling concoction that Birdsmakingmachine delivers, shifting drum sounds across eleven minutes of delicate yet irresistible groove. Meanwhile on the B-side long time champion of future-minded dub techno Deadbeat creates something of an anthem for the label, turning out an energised workout laden with psychedelic swirls of delay and embellished with a catchy vocoder hook. Recent Lessizmore signing Louis McGuire delves into his lowslung MPC-powered bag of tricks and drops another crucial slab of swinging funk that finds the up and coming artist turning to a moodier sound palette customized for the deepest corners of the night.
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Played by: Don Crisp
 in stock $8.83
Cat: HAUNT 0092. Rel: 07 Dec 12
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Makers (Dewalta mix)
  2. Makers (Deadbeat mix)
Played by: Murdoc, Toki Fuko
 in stock $7.72
Cat: HAUNT 0091. Rel: 22 Nov 12
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Makers (Mike Shannon mix)
  2. Makers (The Mole & Hreno mix)
Review: Sharing the first fruits of a collaborative booze-up in the studio, Makers Part 1 features Mike Shannon and The Mole & Hreno's own takes on the audio love-in. There's trademark styles from all the component artists present, most notably in DeWalta's honey-coated saxophone tones. On Shannon's mix, there's no mistaking his trademark growling synth sound and stripped-back shuffle, but it blends beautifully with the more natural tones of sax and an organ hum to produce a deep cut with imagination at its core. The Mole and Hreno feature a more rolling kind of groove, still placing the emphasis on those warming tones at the centre of the track but applying them to a different end.
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Our Rotten Roots EP (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: ECHOCORDCOLOUR 036. Rel: 18 Jan 17
Techno
  1. Put On Your Red Shoes & Trance (9:21)
  2. Just Jackin Around Man (8:55)
Review: Given his near two-decade quest to create minimalist dance music shot through with the warm weight of dub, you'd expect this EP from Scott 'Deadbeat' Monteith to hit the spot. It does, of course, though it's noticeably bolder and more 'in-your-face' than much of his output. While A-side "Put On Your Red Shoes & Trance" is typically hypnotic and stretched-out, it's power comes from Monleith's manipulation of raw, Plastikman style acid lines. Flipside "Just Jackin Around Man" pushes the producer's banging percussion to the fore, with subtle cymbal hits, occasional drum fills and quirky vocal samples combining brilliantly with a simple synth riff.
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Cat: BLKRTZ 018CD. Rel: 01 May 18
Techno
  1. Martin
  2. Steve & Fatima
  3. Gudrun
  4. Argenis & Cristobal
  5. Chato & Avril
  6. Hebatallah & Bashar
  7. Thomas
  8. Me & Marco
  9. Momo & Yuzo
  10. Laetitia
  11. Mike & Judy
Review: Berlin-based Canadian Scott Monteith has released many albums over the course of a near two-decade career, though few are quite as focused and laden with meaning as Wax Poetic For This Our Great Resolve. At heart, it's a political record, with each track featuring spoken word pieces or poetry written and delivered (in a variety of languages) by one of Monteith's music pals. Whether his collaborators are musing on the nature of democracy or telling a political parable, their words subtly rise above a sequence of brilliant backing tracks that variously touch on dub techno, melodic deep house/techno fusion, basement bothering post-dancehall riddims, hypnotic organic/electronic fusion and hazy, early morning ambient. As a result, this could well be the most varied and enjoyable Deadbeat album yet.
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 in stock $12.43
Cat: BLKRTZ 018LP. Rel: 01 May 18
Techno
  1. Martin (2:16)
  2. Steve & Fatima (6:07)
  3. Gudrun (6:25)
  4. Argenis & Cristobal (5:43)
  5. Chato & Avril (5:49)
  6. Hebatallah & Bashar (5:04)
  7. Thomas (6:21)
  8. Me & Marco (4:36)
  9. Momo & Yuzo (5:24)
  10. Laetitia (6:30)
  11. Mike & Judy (1:45)
 in stock $26.24
Cat: BLKRTZ 017. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Rise Again (5:07)
  2. Roots & Wire (5:54)
  3. Grounation (Bergain Drum Jack) (6:28)
  4. Xberg Ghosts (5:58)
  5. Deep Structure (5:17)
  6. Night Stepping (8:18)
  7. Sun People (dub Divisionaire) (6:44)
  8. Babylon Correction (6:18)
 in stock $30.92
  1. Deadbeat - "Rubber Poly Seqs & A Damn Good Kick" (7:35)
  2. L'estasi Dell'oro - "Repetition Repetition Repetition" (feat Sadie LaPierre) (6:49)
  3. N'conduit - "Eye Dust" (8:09)
  4. 12 x 12 - "Future States" (7:37)
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  1. The Oliverwho Factory - "Take It Slow"
  2. Deadbeat - "Woah!"
  3. Nick Hoppner - "Track For Eb"
  4. Makam - "Girls Night"
  5. Marcel Dettmann - "Light"
Review: A second 12" sampler for Ryan Elliott's soon to drop Panorama Bar 06 mix opens with "Take It Slow", a rugged house jam of the finest order from The Oliverwho Factory and proceeds to take in cuts from former label manager Nick Hoppner, Deadbeat, Dettmann and Sushitech mainstay Makam. Individually the standard of these exclusives is remarkably high and it will be interesting to see how Elliott has slotted them all together for the free to download mix. If we had to guess, Deadbeat's superb glistening house burner "Woah" would make an appearance towards the end thanks to his high tempo, whilst Dettmann's swirling layers of ambience on "Light" feel very much like a set opener.
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