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  1. Irrational Excess
  2. Disorderly Orchard
  3. Lost In A Blue Night
  4. South Side Will Rise (TLR edit)
Review: Danny Wolfers returns to his brilliant Chicago Shags alias - this time gracing the excellent Creme JAK series with some sublime analogue manoeuvres. "Irrational Excess" commences proceedings in ridiculous form, with Wolfers using all his machine funk expertise to throw down wave after wave of cascading analogue showers over unforgiving 808 rhythms. Wipe yourself down from that sweat filled joy for the more delicately melodic "Disorderly Orchard", with the rough acid and percussive edges offset by the intricate synth work. Traverse to the B Side where breathless vocal edits and gut hugging analogue basslines run through "Lost In A Blue Night" though it's the big waves of Chicago emotion that grab you. Finally the TLR Edit of "Southside Will Rise" could be the soundtrack to Snake Plisken's Escape From Chicago.
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 in stock $9.04
Cat: B 3025. Rel: 21 Jan 03
  1. Slave Of Rome
  2. Gladio Will Survive
  3. Battle Of The Tyreems
  4. The Slavemarket
  5. Calligula
  6. Quo Vadis
 in stock $11.51
Cat: PPU 059. Rel: 03 Apr 14
Deep House
  1. Puzzles In Life
  2. Videophone To Space
  3. Cruise Till The Sun Shines
  4. Los Alamos Motel
Review: If you've ever got a few hours to spare, check out Legowelt's discography - the Dutch analogue fetishist is astonishingly productive (and, of course Legowelt is simply one of Danny Wolfers' many pseudonyms). Here, he adds another label to the growing list with a surprise appearance on Andrew Morgan's Washington D.C-based Peoples Potential Unlimited imprint. Unsurprisingly, Wolfers explores many of his favourite themes on Puzzles in Life, merrily skipping between melodic, bubbling deep house (the excellent title track), slo-mo Detroit futurism ("Video Phone To Space"), super-slo stargazing boogie (the superb "Cruise Till The Sun Shines") and woozy, intergalactic ambience ("Los Alamos Motel"). In many ways, this is an unusual turn from PPU, but it's a calculated gamble that's more than paid off.
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 in stock $13.14
Cat: CWCS 011. Rel: 30 Aug 18
  1. Omnibus Babylon (6:05)
  2. Learning To Fly (4:29)
  3. Miskatonic Trimester (8:57)
  4. Golem Memory Bank (4:42)
Review: By his usually prolific standards, Danny Wolfers has been surprisingly quiet of late. In fact, this EP for Clone West Coast Series marks his first Legowelt release since November 2017. All four tracks are naturally up to Wolfers' usual standard, with opener "Omnibus Babylon" - think Braindance-era ambient techno after a bottle full of Jager shots and a dose of Colombian marching power - and thrillingly melodious, IDM-influenced closer "Golem Memory Bank" our pick of the bunch. Elsewhere, "Miskatonic Trimester" sees the Dutch stalwart pepper a chugging house groove with starry electronics, while "Learning To Fly" wraps gentle acid lines and futurist Motor City techno riffs around a crunchy, post Chicago house rhythm track.
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 in stock $10.14
Cat: LEGOWELT 001LP. Rel: 09 Jan 12
  1. The Nightwind
  2. Half Moon 106
  3. The Soul Of A City
  4. Forest Conditioner
  5. Metro Airport
  6. Moon Mist
  7. Beyond Ur Self
  8. Wherever We Go
  9. Mystery Cruising
  10. Can U Feel The Other Side Of Ur Soul
  11. Dolphin Training Center
  12. Encounter At Fairpoint
  13. Dare To Dream
  14. U Can Fly Away From The Hood
Review: Previously given away as a free digital release, Legowelt's The TEAC Life gets a richly deserved vinyl pressing, comprised of four twelve inches. On his website, he describes the 14-track opus as "deep, tape saturated forest-techno", as adroit a summation of his sound as any scribe has ever managed. The title is an obvious nod to the equipment made to construct the album, an admission which, rather than spoiling the mystique, only adds to it. The 14 tracks paint incredibly vivid images, from the audible tape hiss and raw drums on opener "The Night Wind", which leads to the windswept landscape of "Half Moon 106? and the slightly more polished Chicagoan jack of "The Soul of a City". The Virgo-esque string led romanticism of "Metro Airport" is one of many high points on what was one of 2011's best albums.
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  1. Orgue Electronique - "Die Liebe Ist Die Grosste Kraft"
  2. Kassen - "...Und Der Schnee Gedulig"
  3. Mr Clavio - "Keine Gnade Fur Die Sechste"
  4. DJ Technician vs Kneves - "Schleichen Heisst Uberleben"
  5. SWM - "Bombenteppich"
  6. Leviathan - "Der Tag Des Urteils"
  7. Legowelt - "Von Paulus Symphonie In D Mineur"
  8. Schmerzlabor - "Die Truppen Marschieren"
 in stock $13.97
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