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  1. Agents Of Time - "East Coast" (6:29)
  2. London Modular Alliance - "Buck One" (4:57)
  3. Jensen Interceptor - "Manix" (5:40)
  4. Golden Virgo - "Welcome To My World" (7:24)
  5. Hiver - "Stasys" (6:43)
  6. Orbe - "Never Comes" (6:32)
  7. Laguna - "Adriatic" (6:35)
  8. Kris Wadsworth - "Abroad" (5:12)
Review: For its seventh release, southern Italians Obscura Music return to welcome exciting new talents and core label acts. Head honchos Agents Of Time venture down an electro route with "East Coast", as do the ever impressive London Modular Alliance on the hypnotic "Buck One". Man of the moment Aussie Jensen Interceptor channels classic Drexciyan aesthetics on "Manix" before homeboys and label staples Hiver come through with the slinky and hypnotic tech house of "Stasys" and Detroit veteran Kris Wadsworth makes a surprising appearance with some slow burning minimalism displayed on closer "Abroad".
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out of stock $15.87
Cat: MTRON 008. Rel: 31 Aug 18
Electro
  1. Random Pain (5:47)
  2. HRL6 (6:54)
  3. Drive Shift (7:02)
  4. Drive Shift (The Hacker remix) (6:23)
Review: More from regular studio partners Assembler Code and Jenson Interceptor, whose previous joint EPs for Boyznoize, Private Persons and Cultivated Electronics were little less than essential. First, turn your attention to superb opener "Random Pain", a melodious and evocative deep electro cut that morphs into something dirtier, darker and far more hard-hitting midway through. "HRL6" is altogether moodier and more Drexciyan in tone, while flipside opener "Drive Shift" fixes elastic electronics and gently pulsing motifs to an altogether more relaxed and rolling 4/4 electro groove. It comes accompanied by an altogether darker and moodier remix by The Hacker that boasts raw electronics, spacey bleeps and a slightly paranoid vibe.
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 in stock $9.89
LKR
Cat: LKR 006. Rel: 06 Mar 19
Electro
  1. Geralds Aqua Lessons (5:06)
  2. DIY Action Cinema (5:31)
  3. Upper Function (5:01)
  4. Upper Function (Roza Terenzi remix) (5:13)
Review: Electro from down under proudly represents here, courtesy of current scene favourites Jensen Interceptor and Assembler Code. The Sydneysiders deliver yet more of their distinct style of darkly dystopian bass on Melbourne's LKR Records. Proudly wearing their Drexciyan influence on their sleeve for "Geralds Aqua Lessons", more sci-fi futurism is catered for on "DIY Action Cinema" and the electro-funk of "Upper Function" which receives a brilliant rework by another ascendant Aussie: Perth's Roza Terenzi.
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out of stock $10.66
  1. Turnin' Headz (5:28)
  2. Noise Theory (5:51)
  3. Otherside (5:00)
  4. Day 1 (5:45)
Review: Assembler Code & Jensen Interceptor are one of electro's most devastating duos right now. Mechatronica welcome them for four more hard hitting jams after their "Vapour Waves" EP on this label got plenty of people talking. These are tunes with an old school feel that will blow up your bass bins and tear apart your tweeters with their mix of low end heaviness and bright melodic patterns. Superbly urgent drum programming sweeps you off your feet and races you through astral skies on "Noise Theory", "Otherwise" has a raggedy-ass broken beat and "Day 1" has a blistering bassline of the highest order.
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out of stock $9.63
Rotorwerks EP (white vinyl 12" in screen printed sleeve)
Cat: RATZ 003. Rel: 07 Nov 19
Electro
  1. Fold (5:12)
  2. Meh'chanic (4:16)
  3. Rotorwerks (5:10)
  4. Wrong Place (5:57)
out of stock $10.40
The Orbitants 2 (translucent red vinyl 12")
Cat: FUME 010. Rel: 02 Jul 19
Electro
  1. Heinrich Dressel - "Sem Intro" (3:29)
  2. Galaxian - "Source Reality" (4:50)
  3. Foreign Sequence - "Negative Vibe" (5:00)
  4. Lake Haze - "System Glitch" (4:19)
  5. Jensen Interceptor - "Faceless" (5:49)
Review: With this sequel to December's brilliant, compilation style "The Orbitant" EP, FU ME boss George K is spoiling us. With a high quality threshold and five varied cuts to enjoy, it offers excellent value for money for clued-up electro DJs. Heinrich Dressel sets the scene via some wonderfully spacey, widescreen ambient electronica ("Sem Intro"), before Galaxian wraps 1990 style Yorkshire bleeps and fizzing, minor key electronics around a booming bassline and ghetto-tech style drums on "Source Reality". Foreign Sequence's throbbing, acid-laden "Negative Vibe" sits somewhere between surging Italo-disco and pulsating electro, while Lake Haze's "System Glitch" combines creepy, deep space electronics and ragged acid lines with a rolling electro groove. Arguably best of all though is the mutant funk overload that is Jenson Interceptor's techno/electro fusion workout "Faceless".
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 in stock $11.71
Cat: INTLC 001. Rel: 04 May 18
Electro
  1. Trigger Zone (5:11)
  2. Human Method (6:13)
  3. Industrial Drive (6:17)
 in stock $9.35
Cat: STIL 051. Rel: 21 Mar 18
Electro
  1. Hiltipop - "The Pattern" (5:27)
  2. Obergman - "Aufklarung" (5:23)
  3. Jensen_Interceptor - "Sof_Cell" (7:29)
  4. T/Error - "Transuranium" (4:39)
Review: Swedish electro legend Luke Eargoggle presents the latest exploits of his beloved Stilleben imprint with four dystopian aqua-funk exercises. From the Drexciyan derived antics of Obergman's "Aufklarung" or T/Error's "Transuranium" delivered in unrepentant all analogue vintage flair, to the fierce breakneck electro bass assault of Jensen Interceptor - "Sof_Cell" Stilleben 051 has you retroverts covered! The label is this year celebrating 20 years in the business, over the last two decades they've presented works by legends such as Legowelt, Orgue Electronique, DMX Krew and The Hacker to name but a few and the label's sound is just as relevant as ever.
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Played by: Ali Renault
out of stock $9.63
M (12")
Cat: CPU 00011101. Rel: 05 May 16
Electro
  1. Microbial (5:27)
  2. Minor Arc (5:29)
  3. Mactavis (6:13)
  4. Model 2029 (5:02)
out of stock $12.47
Cat: CPU 00110011. Rel: 05 Oct 17
Electro
  1. Glide Drexler (7:28)
  2. Carter's Green Factory (6:20)
  3. Not Phased (5:48)
Review: Some 18 months on from his last appearance on Central Processing Unit, Aussie electro explorer Jensen Interceptor returns to Chris Smith's lauded imprint. As you'd expect from both producer and label, the EP sparkles from start to finish. On "Glide Drexler", our hero flits between armour-plated beatbox rhythms and dreamy, near ambient breakdowns, while "Carter Green Factory" is a surging and funk-fuelled trip into vintage Drexciya territory with the addition of a thunderous, techno-style kick-drum pattern. Finally, he dons his reflective goggles and spacesuit for a trip into intergalactic electro territory via the spiraling alien funk of "Not Phased".
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Played by: Fragedis
out of stock $8.59
Mother (2xLP)
Cat: LR 009. Rel: 01 Mar 19
Electro
  1. Ultramax (5:39)
  2. Drip Freq (feat Defekt) (6:20)
  3. Haze (5:49)
  4. Dimensional Thought (5:17)
  5. Altered State (feat Assembler Code) (4:40)
  6. Ufology (3:47)
  7. Shadow Network (4:43)
  8. Trance Atlantic (5:37)
  9. Time Echo (feat The Hacker) (5:26)
  10. Mother (4:46)
Review: Following six years spent tickling the fancy of quality electro lovers the world over, Mikey Melas AKA Jensen Interceptor has finally got round to recording a debut album. It's a pretty hot collection of cuts, with the Sydney producer joining the dots between ranging, angular peak-time slammers ("Ultramax", "Drip Freq"), bustling and bass-heavy workouts ("Haze"), bleeping space symphonies (the Sinewave-esque "Dimensional Thought"), Drexciya-style missives ("Ufology", "Shadow Network") and more crystalline, melodious affairs ("Mother"). Some of his scene pals swing by to lend a hand, too, with The Hacker and Assembler Code collaborations standing out.
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out of stock $20.55
Cat: PS 006. Rel: 24 Jul 18
Electro
  1. Route E (7:13)
  2. Delayed Response (feat Kirin J Callinan) (5:51)
  3. Emulator (6:46)
  4. Tunnel Chase (6:50)
  5. Saudade (4:31)
Review: It would be unfair to label Mikey Melas aka Jensen Interceptor as anything less than a contemporary electro king, both in terms of the labels he's released for and his own personal brand of industrial tech. The producer is up on Australia's Power Station, run out of Melbourne, marking his debut with the opening "Route E", a classic electro bruiser that sails at a mid-tempo but bangs harder and harder with each new verse; "Delayed Response" is the perfect companion, featuring Kirin J Callinan and a supremely industrial slew of techno lashings. On the flip, "Emulator" strips the melodies down to bleeps and focusses on forming off-kilter drum breaks, while "Tunnel Chase" forms a new, strange variety of acid tech, and "Saudade" trods along to a faster tempo, recalling the likes of Cabaret Voltaire at their most beat-centric. Killah!
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out of stock $13.52
Cat: STIL 050. Rel: 26 Apr 18
Electro
  1. Move That Dope (5:36)
  2. Nocturnal Fabric (5:30)
  3. She Only In Gucci (5:15)
  4. Viral Scan (feat Assembler Code) (6:04)
  5. Y$L Funk (6:07)
Review: There's no denying that Jensen Interceptor is one of electro's most "on-form" artists right now. This five-track salvo on Luke Eargoggle's Stilleben label comes hot on the heels of fine outings for Central Processing Unit and Boyznoize Records. It's naturally every bit as impressive as its' predecessors, delivering a range of bold and bombastic electro workouts aimed firmly at peak-time dancefloors. We're particularly enjoying both the heavyweight drums, end-of-days riffs and computer beeps of "Nocturnal Fabric" and the mutant, deep space electrofunk of "YSL Funk", though there's plenty to set the pulse racing elsewhere on the EP, too. Even the record's trippy, downtempo moment - Assembler Code collaboration "Viral Scan" - hits the spot.
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out of stock $9.35
Cat: EBEAMZ 021. Rel: 13 Mar 18
Electro
  1. Hydro Systems (5:30)
  2. Automate (feat Assembler Code) (4:44)
  3. Bubble Boy (5:47)
  4. Horner Acid (5:31)
Review: Sydney's Jensen Interceptor comes through after a productive and successful 2017, that saw him follow up his material for Boysnoize Records with a killer 12" on the infamous Central Processing Unit. The electro newbie lands with yet more previous industrialism on the E-Beamz imprint, a truly hyping label that is on a non-stop roll at the moment. "Hydro Systems" is a gnarly, headstrong bombshell that's all hands on decks thanks to its wild and fiery percussion, and "Automate" follows up on that with a dark, bleeping wormhole of sonics. The B-side kicks off with "Bubble Boy", a bubbling whirlpool of FX-heavy bass tones, and "Horner Acid" breaks out the techno guns with its twisted, interlinked layers of low frequencies.
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out of stock $10.15
Cat: BP 005. Rel: 20 Dec 18
Electro
  1. Activated (5:24)
  2. Contact (5:08)
  3. Dirrekt Lift (feat Das Muster) (5:00)
  4. Inverse Light (4:05)
  5. Last Night (4:39)
Review: The re-emergence of electro in the last couple of years has been great to see. Sydney-based machine obsessive Jensen Interceptor has undoubtedly been one of the producers leading the charge, and certainly the most prolific. There's much to enjoy on the Australian's latest EP - his first for Between Places - including a suitably Drexciya influenced collaboration with fast-rising German producer Das Muster. That cut, "Dirrekt Lift", is reflective of the EP's more floor-friendly offerings (see also "Activated" and "Contact"), featuring as it does punchy, all-action beats, fizzing electronics and ear-catching synthesizer melodies. Also worth checking is the darker, slower, Italo-disco influenced pulse of "Inverse Light" and the Kraftwerk-meets-Aux88 flex of closing cut "Last Night".
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out of stock $10.40
Cat: CKNOWEP 14. Rel: 21 Feb 19
Electro
  1. Aqua Lung (6:12)
  2. Wave Slave (6:38)
  3. ELEKTRO (5:29)
  4. Biometric (5:07)
out of stock $10.40
WOD 008 (hand-numbered hand-stamped 1-sided 12" + insert limited to 200 copies)
Cat: WOD 008. Rel: 30 Apr 19
Electro
  1. Smoke (5:17)
  2. Smoke (Timothy J Fairplay remix) (5:40)
Review: With only 200 copies floating around, you'll have to move fast to secure a copy of this Weapons Of Desire missive from prolific electro/techno fusionist Jensen Interceptor. It is, though, well worth grabbing, not least because "Smoke" is one of the Australian producer's purest dancefloor workouts for a while. The electro beats are tough and tight, the synths alien, the chords spacey and the main motif - a cross between a bassline and a lead line - is deliciously addictive and mind-altering. Over on the flipside Timothy J. Fairplay gives his interpretation, successfully dirtying up the track while adding Drexciya style levels of intergalactic funk.
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out of stock $9.89
Cat: PNKMN 36. Rel: 22 May 20
Electro
  1. Leather Athletics (5:55)
  2. First Day (5:45)
  3. Strings Of Fear (5:02)
  4. Promise (6:30)
 in stock $11.96
Natural Control (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PRIVATEPERSONS 006. Rel: 13 Feb 18
Electro
  1. Drum Rack (5:51)
  2. Pipe (5:45)
  3. Natural Control (8:38)
  4. F5 (5:46)
Review: Sydney sorts Jensen Interceptor and Assembly Code first joined forces late last year, delivering the throbbing and jacking 6th Element EP on Boyznoize Records. This second collaborative salvo is, if anything, even better. They kick things off with the redlined, industrial electro assault of "Drum Rack" - think distorted drums, mind-bending bass fuzz and ghostly noises - before tiptoeing the fine line between Drexciyan electro and more concrete-clad sounds on the essential "Pipe". They tip a wink to original EBM maestros such as Front 242 and Nitzer Ebb on the bustling brilliance of "Natural Control", while "F5" sounds like a successful attempt to fuse crispy, hardcore style breakbeats and mind-bending acid house.
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out of stock $10.66
Cat: CE 024. Rel: 08 May 18
Electro
  1. 5050 (6:41)
  2. Battery Assault (7:16)
  3. Hyper Reality (Sync 24 remix) (5:33)
  4. Hyper Reality (6:01)
Review: Australia's Jensen Interceptor and the more enigmatic Assembler Code land on Cultivated Electronics with a kick-ass new EP, full of badboy industrial vibes that will surely provide even the most satiated of ravers with some killer material! "50/50" is a chilling electro stomper of the Detroit variety, while "Battery Assault" retains a similar palette of sounds via a harder, meaner set of beats that have more in common with the EBM spectrum. On the flip, the sounds of "Hyper Reality" fill the room with a mystical, almost hazy glow that wraps around sharp-edged bass, leaving Sync 24's remix to bang out the techno beats harder...and harder. Solid material.
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out of stock $9.63
Kinematics (12")
Cat: CPU 01000011. Rel: 13 Dec 18
Electro
  1. Abstract Model (6:09)
  2. Kinematics (6:02)
  3. Extraction (6:23)
  4. VR Escort (5:22)
Review: Given that Jensen Interceptor is a Central Processing Unit regular, it's little surprise to see him return to the Sheffield label with Assembler Code in tow. The two are regular studio buddies and have previously released collaborative EPs on Boysnoize, Cultivated Electronics, Private Persons and Mechatronica. This time round they're in full-on dancefloor electro mode, gleefully sprinting between dark, angular and angry fare (punishing but brilliant opener "Abstract Model"), rush-inducing peak-time anthems (the glassy-eyed, fuzz bass-driven bliss of "Kinematics"), Drexciya style workouts ("Extraction"), and buzzing, late night contortions ("VR Escort"). In other words, it's another killer collection of cuts that should be on every electro head's shopping list.
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out of stock $8.31
Cat: DANCETRAX 019. Rel: 03 Apr 19
Electro
  1. The Repo Man (6:02)
  2. Celestial 4 (4:55)
  3. Wireframe (5:11)
  4. Afterflare (6:16)
Played by: Ali Renault
out of stock $9.63
Cat: BNR 172. Rel: 22 Dec 17
Techno
  1. 2231 (9:00)
  2. 6th Element (6:45)
  3. Runner (5:16)
  4. FM Expander (6:18)
out of stock $10.15
FORTHCOMING
Exit Planet Earth: Oxygen
Exit Planet Earth: Oxygen (140 gram vinyl 12" in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: EPE 02.
Electro
  1. Jensen Interceptor X Assembler Code - "Red Cell"
  2. CKFT (Keith Tucker X Carl Finlow) - "Coder"
  3. Voigtmann - "Subtopia"
  4. Cignol - "51D"
Review: The second release in the exit planet earth compilation vinyl series features four exclusive tracks designed for space travel, including the first ever collaboration between Keith Tucker of Aux 88 and Carl Finlow. The resulting track 'Coder' is an electro masterpiece. The more established electro pairing of Jensen Interceptor and Assembler Code hit heavy with 'Red Cell' while Voitmann brings the bass to space with 'Subtopia'. The record is rounded off beautifully by Cignol with Detroit infused string sections and harmonies on his '51D' track.




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FORTHCOMING
Still Life
  1. Jensen Interceptor - "The Outer Limits"
  2. Cardopusher - "Bloodlust"
  3. Lokier - "Secrets"
  4. Morah - "Betrayal Love"
  5. Randstad - "Metalloid"
  6. Empire State - "Prostitution"
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Safe (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SUSAN 007. Rel: 22 Mar 19
Electro
  1. Jensen Interceptor - "EM Damage" (7:50)
  2. Jeans - "Aquatic Lifefrms Alien Hybrd Evolvd" (6:40)
  3. Axefield - "Slapende Honden" (5:20)
out of stock $10.15
EBEAMZ 028 (12")
Cat: EBEAMZ 028. Rel: 06 Nov 18
Electro
  1. Jensen Interceptor - "Kinetic Floor" (5:04)
  2. Jensen Interceptor - "Kode" (4:39)
  3. Lake Haze - "Pacific Storm" (3:58)
  4. Lake Haze - "Hydro Blast" (4:26)
Review: For the 28th release on E-Beamz, the London based retroverts have called in two seriously hot producers on a killer split EP. Aussie label staple Mikey Melas aka Jensen Interceptor takes up proceedings on the A side, which features the sleek electro-funk of "Kinetic Floor" and the bouncy alien groove of "Kode" while on the flip, The Hague based Portuguese producer Lake Haze (Unknown To The Unknown/Creme Organization) offers up the fierce, bass-driven dystopianism of "Pacific Storm" and some ethereal futurist vibes on the majestic "Hydro Blast".
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out of stock $9.63
  1. Sync 24 X Alienata - "Future Sound" (5:31)
  2. Jensen Interceptor & Assembler Code - "VVS" (6:08)
  3. 214 - "Rock Scramble" (6:22)
  4. Rico Casazza - "Gingerino" (6:15)
  5. Delta Funktionen - "Hex" (7:37)
  6. Stratowerx - "GmBHZolhoff" (5:57)
  7. Versalife - "Infinite Velocities" (5:52)
  8. Exterminador - "Guaraci" (5:09)
out of stock $23.15
Code Three (12")
Cat: PROPAGANDAM 009. Rel: 08 Mar 19
Electro
  1. Sync 24 - "Warehouse" (5:54)
  2. Sync 24 - "Poll Wars" (4:52)
  3. Jensen Interceptor - "Quiet Earth" (5:57)
  4. Jensen Interceptor - "Valamar 404" (feat Assembler Code) (5:07)
 in stock $9.63
  1. Sync 24 & Truss - "Tri-gate" (6:17)
  2. Sync 24 & Radioactive Man - "Eliptical" (5:59)
  3. Sync 24 & Jensen Interceptor - "Wave ID" (6:06)
  4. Sync 24 & Steve Allman - "We Animate" (6:11)
out of stock $8.84
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