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Follow Me
Follow Me (12")
Cat: CS 043. Rel: 28 May 24
Minimal/Tech House
Follow Me (6:34)
Frequency (5:14)
Underwater (6:30)
Review: Burnski and Kelper are two of the hottest artists in the game right now - their output is relentless, and their quality is always high. It is now on the former's Constant Sound that they appear with three fresh new collaborative cuts aimed squarely at the floor. 'Follow Me' has nice hooky drum loops and subtle synth stabs under a seductive vocal. It's fun and functional in equal measure and on the flip things get more naughty with hints of a dirty speed garage bassline under 'Frequency'. The vibe flips again on closer 'Frequency' which has disco-tinged loops and more laidback groves that bring a little warmth and sunshine.
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 in stock $13.24
What I Want
Cat: CS 038. Rel: 24 Jul 23
Minimal/Tech House
What I Want (5:55)
This (6:16)
Lucid State (6:56)
Review: Is there anyone in the game that has been turning out such essential club sounds in so many different styles for such a long and consistent run as Burnski? Whatever he has on his cornflakes, we want some, because he's done it again here, this time with pal Kelper. 'What I Want' takes up the whole of the a-side and is mix of everything from deep house to minimal to Chicago jack. It's a busy, restless tune with a hooky vocal that keeps you locked. 'This' is a more tripped-out 5AM groove with warped deep space sound designs and airy drums that float. 'Lucid State' taps into a dreamy 90s tech house vibe that is utterly compelling.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
 in stock $13.51
Zone (12" repress)
Cat: PILOT 17. Rel: 17 Jun 24
Minimal/Tech House
Zone (5:47)
Good 2 Me (5:35)
The Beat (5:28)
Back Moving (6:00)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Kepler is a man on fire right now - well, he has been for some time in fact. As well as serving up a new collaborative outing with Burnski, he has also put together this solo EP for Pilot. 'Zone' is a twitchy tech cut with bleeping melodies over silvery and silky tech drums. 'Good 2 Me' has a naughty shuffle to it as the crisp drums bring the infectious groove and the smart vocals add human colour. 'The Beat' kicks off the B-side with a nice squelchy bassline and some rude-boy sonic signifiers while 'Back Moving' then has a lovely low-slung swaying funk to it.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $13.78
Cycles (12")
Cat: BQD 049. Rel: 28 Dec 23
Minimal/Tech House
Enter The Void (5:52)
MRF (6:00)
Event Horizon (5:43)
Review: The cultured underground outlet that is Brouquade squeezes out one last release of 2023, this time from the enduring man of the moment, Kepler. He brings his usual cosmic touch and mastery of celestial melody to a trio of tasty tech house cuts. The first is a busy one with clacking drums and snappy snares on 'Enter The Void' that takes you through the cosmos at a great pace. 'MRF' then rides a nice bumpy low end and has delightfully deft astral melodies peeling off the beats before 'Event Horizon' shuts down with a hurried and snappy rhythm and more dark and unsettling synth explorations.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $16.19
Sense EP
Sense EP (12")
Cat: FREE 004. Rel: 27 Mar 23
Minimal/Tech House
Sense (6:04)
Confusion (5:53)
Feeling Hazy (Chugging mix) (5:06)
Breathe (5:01)
Review: Sometime Constant Sound regular Kepler has released some terrific music over the last few years, not least last year's debut album 'Freedom Mills' (a set named after a venue in his home city of Leeds). He continues this fine run of form on 'Sense', his first outing on Breakfree. The title track is suspenseful, forthright and pleasingly psychedelic, offering an energetic, sub-heavy take on tech-house, while 'Confusion' pairs the swing and low-end pressure of UK garage with the glassy-eyed sonics of contemporary UK tech-house. Elsewhere, 'Feeling Hazy (Chugging Mix)' cannily combines crunchy drums with bleeping electronics, dubby bass and ghostly aural textures, and closing cut 'Breathe' doffs a cap to ambient techno and hip-hop influenced mid-90s IDM.
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Played by: Kepler
Tags: Tech House | Minimal
 in stock $12.95
BQDTRX 303 (handstamped 12")
Cat: BQDTRX 303. Rel: 13 Sep 23
Deep House
Kepler - "Moments"
Dana Ruh - "Free Game" (extended live take)
Review: Kepler and Dana Run are two top producers from different ends of the house spectrum. Kepler looks to the future with his cosmic synths and neon melodies, pumping electronic grooves and driving sense of energy, whereas Ruh has always operated more in smoky basements, with dusty drums and moody heads-down atmospheres. And so it proves here with 'Moments' taking you on a slick trip to the stars, and 'Free Game' (extended live take) a delightfully analogue and melancholic exploration of the deep for the wee small hours.
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Tales Of Mabgate EP
Tales Of Mabgate EP (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MASS 001. Rel: 11 Apr 23
Kepler - "Dream Plant" (5:14)
Midge Thompson - "Two Shy Crew" (8:01)
Nikol - "Leon" (5:32)
Keefy G - "Tools For Le Car" (5:20)
Review: The first release on the freshly minted MASS label is a smorgasbord of nostalgic, retri-futurist delights that showcases cuts from a quartet of artists old and new. Kelper kicks things off by adding warming chords, squelchy synth bass and far-sighted electronic motifs to a punchy electro beat, before Midge Thompson joins the dots between spacey, early '90s deep house and the sub-heavy sound of bleep techno. Nikol's 'Leon' is a fine tribute to early '90s UK techno full of clattering drum machine beats, moody motifs and stabbing 'LFO' bass, while Keefy G's 'Tools For Le Car' sounds like an unlikely collaboration between Kraftwerk, Sweet Excorcist, the Nathaniel X Project and a restless scratch DJ. As label debuts go, it's an impressive first outing.
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Cat: THIRST 001. Rel: 14 Jun 24
Minimal/Tech House
The Recipe (5:34)
Octa (5:31)
Represent (6:06)
Free Your Mind (Deep mix) (5:35)
Review: Welcome to the brand new Thirst label which launches itself into the world of vinyl with a tasteful first outing from two names who will be more than familiar to any house and tech heads. Kepler and Wickham have long been mainstays on plenty of cultured labels are show their class here: opener 'The Recipe' is a physical house cut with a warped low and lively percussive splatters over the drums. 'Octa' is a more uptempo jam with knick-snapping hits and metallic beats, 'Represent' is a perfect fusion of textured drums and loopy bass that has a subtle sense of bounce and last of all 'Free Your Mind' (Deep mix) brings some syrupy pads and smart spoken words to paired back house drums.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $14.59
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