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All Love Affairs Fail But They Never End (heavyweight vinyl double 12")
Cat: BH 050. Rel: 17 Jul 18
Techno
  1. Veles (6:23)
  2. Veles (Newworldaquarium 451 dub) (9:43)
  3. Reapercussion (8:30)
  4. Two Of Pentacles (16:41)
Review: Hearty congratulations to the admirable Berceuse Heroique label, which here celebrates notching up 50 releases with a fine double-vinyl EP from label stalwart Don't DJ (AKA producer Florian Meyer). The first 12" boasts two versions of "Veles": the producer's original version - a slowly unfurling polyrhythmic techno delight rich in shuffling, South American influenced rhythms, poignant chords, fluttering pan pipe lines and foreboding aural textures - and a deep space techno Dub by Newworldaquarium. Over on record two, the broken techno rhythms, chiming melodies and fizzing electronics of "Reapercussion" [sic] are followed by the drowsy and humid ambient throb of foreboding closer "Two Of Pentacles".
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $16.73
Cat: BH 039. Rel: 06 Jul 17
Techno
  1. Zwischending (8:15)
  2. Wiederganger (7:26)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $11.25
Cat: EM 1161TEP. Rel: 13 Jun 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Hyperspace Is The Place (8:45)
  2. Forest People Plot (7:25)
  3. Hyperspace Is No Place (7:09)
  4. Evolove Version (7:36)
Review: We are, of course, always keen to receive any new music that comes through from the Don't DJ collective - particularly on their own Diskant imprint - but we'd been waiting on this appearance for Japan's EM Records for a long while now. There's just something unashamedly right about this collaboration, from the music itself right down to the artwork and the rest of the like-minded artists that reside on this wonderful catalogue. The Don't DJ brothers have gone deeper than previous releases here, starting with the Nippon-minded dubbiness of "Hyperspace Is The Place", followed by the earthier, more vibrant melodic textures of the wavy "Forest People Plot". On the B-side, "Hyperspace Is No Place" bangs out a steady kick drum over deep, aqueous bleeps washed amid a sparse ocean of ambient delight, and "Evolve Version" provides the 'housiest' moment on this four-tracker in the form of an ethereal bombshell with a subtle balearic charm. Wonderful - you can't miss it!
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan, NAIL
 in stock $15.18
Cat: ERSS 003. Rel: 22 Jun 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Kosmose (19:54)
  2. Oceanic Mythology (24:44)
Review: Number three in the four part SchleiBen series from Emotional Response arrives with Don't DJ and Tropical Hi-Fi at the controls. The former is the current creative endeavour of Florian Meyer, founder of the Diskant label and one of the more experimental and academic producers to surface from Dusseldorf in recent times. He also forms one third of The Durian Brothers. Meyer's "Kosmose" is a 20 minute piece which explores the link between polyrhythmic percussion and brooding electronics; understandably, it's ripe with introspective qualities. Offering some contrast, Northern Australian producer Tropical Hi-fi turns in "Oceanic Mythology", a meandering journey through found sounds, psychedelia, folk music and more which sounds like listening to SUED B-sides whilst tripped out on acid.
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 in stock $12.30
Cat: EM 1160DLP. Rel: 13 Jun 17
International
  1. From Scratch - ""8, 9, 10" & "9, 10, 11' From Gung Ho 1, 2 ,3" (1981) (24:21)
  2. Goat - ""8, 9, 10" & "9, 10, 11'" (interpretation) (8:45)
  3. Don't DJ - ""8, 9, 10" & "9, 10, 11'" (interpretation) (6:09)
  4. Utena Kobayashi Group - ""8, 9, 10" & "9, 10, 11'" (interpretation) (11:29)
Review: Here's something rather unusual: a reissue of two tracks from experimental New Zealand outfit From Scratch's 1983 12" 3 Pieces From Gung Ho 1,2,3D, plus a trio of contemporary translations. On the A-side of record one you'll find two of From Scratch's eccentric originals, which were created using "tuned PVC pipes, drums, chimes" and "whizzer drone" (nope, we've no idea either). Fundamentally, these are loose, languid, tribal-inspired percussion works created using custom-made instruments. It's perhaps fitting that one of the standout interpretations comes from percussion-obsessed, polyrhythmic techno specialist Don't DJ. His epic, hypnotic and trippy version is joined by a woozy cover from Japan's Goat and a drowsy, heavily electronic, ambient influenced translation by the Utena Kobayashi Group.
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 in stock $24.59
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