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 in stock $9.67
Cat: KLOCKWORKS 005/59210. Rel: 24 Aug 09
Techno
  1. Searching
  2. Floating
  3. Running
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Cat: HUSH 02. Rel: 18 Mar 14
Techno
  1. Lost Myself
  2. SOS
Review: DVS1's Hush imprint has been so quiet since the US techno producer christened it with a 12" of his own tracks back in 2011 we thought it had shut up shop, much like his solo productions, which have taken a back seat to remixes in the same timeframe. Thankfully, Lost Myself sees the producer reinvigorate the label with two brand new productions, which show just how much his lean, minimal approach has been missed. "Lost Myself" is little more than a taut arpeggiated synth line, held together with the barest of rhythms and some impressive sound design, while "SOS" takes things into more heady territory, with a swirling mass of metallic tones and ambient textures surrounding his sharpened percussive tones.
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 in stock $9.40
Hush 20 (double 12" + 10")
Cat: HUSH 04. Rel: 10 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Decreasing (5:39)
  2. Lower (6:09)
  3. Watchtower (6:46)
  4. Rise (6:33)
  5. Coding (6:14)
  6. The Chase (7:08)
  7. It's All About (6:01)
  8. Nineteenninetysix (6:17)
Review: On this expansive release, Zak "DVS1" Khutoretsky is not messing around. Over the course of two 12" records and a 10", the Minneapolis-raised producer delivers no less than eight late night techno workouts. With such a plethora of fine cuts to choose from, picking highlights is tricky. We're particularly enjoying the chiming, early morning roller that is "Decreasing", the Hoover bass-propelled madness of "Watchtower" and the bounding, rave-influenced stomp of "Coding", though the acid-fired wildness of "Rise" is also impressive. Arguably best of all, though, is "It's All About", an atmospheric, stripped-back techno shuffler full of delay-laden vocal samples and repetitive, dubbed-out electronic riffs.
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 in stock $20.45
Zehn/Funf (12")
Cat: OSTGUTLP 2005. Rel: 22 Mar 16
Techno
  1. DVS1 - "(Ecks)" (6:10)
  2. Answer Code Request - "Zeitspielraum" (5:36)
  3. Doms & Deykers - "Whirling" (7:46)
Review: Ostgut Ton reach the midway, or Funf, point of their programme of 12" issues from last year's mammoth Zehn boxset which draws for the contributions from DVS1, Answer Code Request and the Dutch connection Doms & Deykers. DVS1 is up first with "Ecks", a blinding little DJ tool rife with skittering drums and trademark touches of psychedelia, whilst Answer Code Request's "Zeitspielraum" has a touch of the Underworld classic "Rez" to it. Plenty of broken drums too, naturally! Martyn and Steffi have the keys to the B-side and they use the space to lay down their own breakbeat house epic "Whirling" which bodes well for the mooted Doms & Deykers album that is supposed to be out this year.
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Cat: POLEGROUP 021. Rel: 10 Dec 13
Techno
  1. DVS1 - "Strobe"
  2. Kwartz - "Hate"
  3. Reeko - "Enlightenment Process"
  4. Adam X - "Meridien Arc"
Review: As part of Oscar Mulero's Unknown Landscapes mix CD his label Pole Group has done the right thing and released the first of several various artist samplers. This first body of music is opened by the rusty pings of DVS1's "Strobe", while up and coming Spanish techno producer, Kwartz, earns his Pole Group stripes with a deep and blipping "Hate". Long-time label cohort Reeko provides the elongated mind trip that is "Enlightenment Process", and the last spot is of course reserved for industrial demigod Adam X who doesn't falter with the voltage charged "Meridien Arc".
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DVS1/VARIOUS
Fabric 96 (mixed CD)
Cat: FABRIC 191. Rel: 08 Dec 17
Techno
  1. Unknown Artist - "For All Mankind"
  2. Gabriella Vergilov - "Boring Shit"
  3. Kirill Mamin - "Silent Prayer"
  4. Border One - "Curve"
  5. DOUBT - "Just Pain"
  6. DJ Surgeles - "Absorbed"
  7. Mike Storm - "From The Human Eye To Earth"
  8. Sirko Muller - "Our Blood"
  9. Steffi - "1E-4"
  10. Psyk - "Falling"
  11. Neel - "The Vancori Complex"
  12. Planetary Assault Systems - "Fathoms Deep"
  13. Oscar Mulero - "Drops"
  14. Jeff Mills - "Fly Guy"
  15. Maan - "Vert"
  16. Steve Bicknell - "Space 13"
  17. Dustin Zahn - "Politics Of Seduction"
  18. Mike Gervais - "Set Me Free"
  19. Adriana Lopez - "Last Path"
  20. Truncate - "Pseudo V2"
  21. ROD - "Duchi Kaal"
  22. Kirill Mamin - "Dunning-Kruger Effect"
  23. Mark Broom - "Drum Jamz 2"
  24. Henning Baer - "Code Buster"
  25. Lando - "Ceremony"
  26. Strain - "Theory"
  27. D-56m - "Question Authority"
  28. Anthony Rother - "Technic Electric"
  29. Jeff Mills - "The Dancer"
Review: Zak Khutoresky AKA DVS1 famously doesn't do many mixes. It's perhaps unsurprising, then, that he apparently initially struggled to know how to approach this contribution to Fabric's now legendary mix series. Really, he shouldn't have worried. The finished mix - completed using three turntables and a mixer - is something of a gem; an all-action techno assault on the senses with Khutoresky whipping through 29 tracks in less than 80 minutes. Impressively, every track is an unreleased exclusive, with some 16 of these forthcoming on the DJ/producer's HUSH and Mistress labels. In many ways, it's a near perfect package for those who enjoy Khutoresky's muscular style; certainly, the inclusion of so many unheard gems makes the first listen a genuine voyage of discovery.
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Klockworks 20.1 (double 12")
Cat: KLOCKWORKS 20.1. Rel: 03 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Etapp Kyle - "Essay" (5:29)
  2. Jon Hester - "Let's Go" (5:26)
  3. Adam Craft - "Aphite 49" (6:31)
  4. Sterac - "Lately" (6:37)
  5. Ben Klock - "Twenty" (6:29)
  6. DVS1 - "In The Middle" (6:39)
  7. Trevino - "Sombre Tones" (4:53)
Review: The good chaps over at Hardwax, Klockworks' own distribution network, are calling this a "perfectionist techno compilation" and, in their own words, it comes "warmly recommended". We agree with both of statements, and believe this to be a fine piece of work from the Ben Klock collective. Perhaps listeners won't hear anything drastically game-changing in here, but it is certainly all dance music of the highest calibre, from a collection of artists who have truly crafted a neat and elegant vision of techno music. On this double, the first in an upcoming series, there's a mixture of old and new faces all coming together to showcase the sound they've been so close to over the years; the wonderful Sterac makes an appearance with a refreshingly off-kilter blur of dub techno on "Lately", while Ben Klock himself comes through with the ice-cold bleeps of "Twenty", and the mighty DVS1 blasts out some penetrative percussion folds on "In The MIddle. Trevino rocks the boat with "Sombre Tones", whereas relative newcomers Etapp Kyle and Jon Hester turn in their own 5am bullets.
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Played by: Ben Sims, Rolando, OHM
 in stock $20.45
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