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The Symbols
The Symbols (triple 12")
Cat: WEME 062063065. Rel: 15 Jul 21
Electro
  1. A1 WeMe062 (4:37)
  2. A1 WeMe065 (5:13)
  3. A1 WeMe063 (3:45)
  4. A2 WeMe062 (1:38)
  5. A2 WeMe065 (5:49)
  6. A2 WeMe063 (5:39)
  7. A3 WeMe062 (3:12)
  8. B1 WeMe062 (3:56)
  9. B1 WeMe065 (4:16)
  10. B1 WeMe063 (4:24)
  11. B2 WeMe062 (4:08)
  12. B2 WeMe063 (3:55)
  13. B3 WeMe062 (4:44)
Review: Legendary Belgian label WeMe links up with the esteemed EOD here for a special release. It finds them pressing to vinyl some previously Bandcamp only tracks from EOD. Across the six glorious sides of wax are three volumes made up of " dreams captured from the two slumbering mainframes of inner earth, TG-77 and D-550." The vibe is otherworldly, with silky techno grooves, futuristic synth work and post-jungle, hyper speed rhythms all providing the carriages on which you travel ever further away from planet earth. It's a wide ranging album that provides a whole wealth of sound for every sort of occasion on the dance floor.
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 in stock $27.30
Zone
Zone (12")
Cat: BBB 016. Rel: 30 Apr 20
Electro
  1. From The 1st Sound (5:11)
  2. Shy (5:34)
  3. Mist Appeal (4:45)
  4. Emper (5:11)
  5. Mule (1:02)
Review: Former Rephlex artist EOD (real name Stian Gjevik) has begun to blossom since transferring to Icelandic label bbbbbb back in 2017. For this reason, we were unsurprised to find that "Zone", his first vinyl release of 2020, is another strong collection of cuts. He begins by giddily sprinting through tuneful, digi-dub influenced brain-dance pastures on excitable opener "From The 1st Sound", before moving further towards mangled, off-beat electro territory on the equally manic and melodious "Shy". He opts for an acid and Italo-disco influenced sound on the bubbly and all-action "Mist Appeal", while "Emper" is a cheeky chunk of up-tempo IDM. Closing cut "Mule", a simple slice of organ-led ambience, is also worth a listen.
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Played by: Tagwell Woods
 in stock $12.81
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