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Cat: KOMPAKTEX 75. Rel: 20 Apr 13
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Goldfisch
  2. Zig
 in stock $8.81
1989 (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 373. Rel: 19 Sep 17
Techno
  1. 1989 (1:00)
  2. Serij (5:22)
  3. Gra (5:56)
  4. In Bottles (6:00)
  5. Grey (4:48)
  6. Grau (5:44)
  7. Push (6:00)
  8. Gris (5:31)
  9. 14 (5:00)
  10. Khairo (6:16)
  11. YKPI (5:47)
  12. Liath (5:26)
  13. Goodbye (6:53)
Review: On his previous albums, 1977 and 1983, Rune Reilly Kolsch explored different aspects of his childhood, delivering music inspired by favourite formative memories. Predictably, this third full-length also has an autobiographical bent, inspired as it was by what the Danish producer calls his "difficult early teenage years". As he was dealing with both puberty and the break-up of his parents' marriage, it's perhaps unsurprising that 1989 features more music that's melancholic in tone, with extensive use of evocative string arrangements, rough-round-the-edges synthesizers, yearning pianos and nods towards early German techno. Clearly, young Kolsch was prone to teenage mood swings, too, because there's also plenty of surging tech-house beauty and heartfelt dancefloor positivity amongst the glistening poignancy.
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 in stock $23.98
1989 (CD)
Cat: KOMPAKTCD 139. Rel: 19 Sep 17
Techno
  1. 1989
  2. Serij
  3. Gra
  4. In Bottles
  5. Grey
  6. Grau
  7. Push
  8. Gris
  9. 14
  10. Khairo
  11. YKPI
  12. Liath
  13. Goodbye
Review: On his previous albums, 1977 and 1983, Rune Reilly Kolsch explored different aspects of his childhood, delivering music inspired by favourite formative memories. Predictably, this third full-length also has an autobiographical bent, inspired as it was by what the Danish producer calls his "difficult early teenage years". As he was dealing with both puberty and the break-up of his parents' marriage, it's perhaps unsurprising that 1989 features more music that's melancholic in tone, with extensive use of evocative string arrangements, rough-round-the-edges synthesizers, yearning pianos and nods towards early German techno. Clearly, young Kolsch was prone to teenage mood swings, too, because there's also plenty of surging tech-house beauty and heartfelt dancefloor positivity amongst the glistening poignancy.
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 in stock $13.22
1977 (gatefold 2xLP+ MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 107. Rel: 27 Jun 13
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Oma
  2. Bappedeckel
  3. Basshund
  4. Eiswinter
  5. Wasserschutz
  6. Felix
Review: With a sound perfectly crafted for the emotive pop tones of Kompakt, Kolsch delivers the 1977 long player in a cascade of effervescent melody rendered through bold production. There are light, fluffy moments such as the hands-aloft opener "Oma" and the lamenting closer "Felix", while elsewhere you can find the German producer indulging a love of dub techno with the crafty delays of "Basshund". It's not all soft and sweet though, as the electro-house grind of "Eiswinter" attests as it works up a sweaty main room fervour. Likewise "Bappedeckel" has a stadium-sized approach to synths and track dynamics aimed squarely at getting huge crowds moving in unison.
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 in stock $18.47
Speicher 68 (12'')
Cat: KOMEX 68. Rel: 16 Oct 10
Techno
  1. Loreley
  2. Silberpfeil
 in stock $8.81
Cat: KOMPAKTEXTRA 79. Rel: 26 Jun 14
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Papageno
  2. Cassiopeia
Review: Kolsch gets his freak on with this latest release on for the Kompakt Extra label which represents the Danish producer's fourth Speicher in total. We are not sure what Rune Reilly Kolsch was on when he was in the studio making "Papageno" but we sure would like some, as the production is bugged out to the extreme! Detuned synths and malfunctioning electronics collide magnificently with manipulated basslines and stripped back percussion before Kolsch introduces a most pleasant detour into a more melodic plane blessed by fluttering vocals from When Saints Go Machine's Waa Industry. On the flip, Kolsch teams up with pianist Gregor Schwellenbach for the sublime "Cassiopeia" which surely ranks as one of Kompakt's most affecting B Sides of recent memory.
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Cat: KOMEX 97. Rel: 23 May 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Push (7:22)
  2. Goodbye (11:03)
Review: Danish artist Kolsch returns on Kompakt Extra following the success of last year's successful single "Grey". Alongside launching his own BBC1 residency, he continued to evolve as a DJ which has led to residencies launching in Cologne and Ibiza. On the A side is "Push" with its powerful string symphonies powered away by shimmering arpeggios, roaring synth leads and thundering snares: this one is absolutely epic. On the flip is "Goodbye", which is a delightfully moody and experimental cut with organ-like synth textures, retro-futuristic bleeps and fragmented alien voices.
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 in stock $9.65
Dogma 1 & Dogma 2 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: IPSO 001. Rel: 17 May 16
Techno
  1. Dogma 1 (9:55)
  2. Dogma 2 (7:31)
 in stock $9.65
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