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Jammed From The Fist
Cat: UTTU 109. Rel: 25 Feb 21
  1. Paradox Den Haag (5:16)
  2. Winkelcentrium Babylon (5:27)
  3. Unit Stijl (3:58)
  4. Een Akai Uit De Vogelwijk (6:50)
  5. Pompy The Robodoll (4:39)
  6. Lekkere D&R Midsweepeer (4:20)
  7. De Rode Olifant (4:57)
  8. Uilennest (6:14)
Review: Danny Wolfers is undeniably one of the most prolific and endlessly creative artist sin electronic music. Keeping up with his numerous different aliases alone is a challenge. For this one on Unknown to the Unknown he becomes Dickie Smabers and heads off into a dramatic world of lo-fi, low slung and dusty house beats . Plenty of pixelated melodies light up the airwaves while more electro tinged rhythms and robotic jackbeats also help move things along in typically dynamic fashion. As always, this is another vital dispatch from The Hague.
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Played by: Mimi, Ali Renault, Alex Jann
 in stock $19.73
Pancakes With Mist
Pancakes With Mist (double 12")
Cat: NW 025. Rel: 05 Jul 21
  1. Under A Golden Dome (4:19)
  2. Edelweis Rheingold (5:44)
  3. Words Are Spoken But Do Not Enlighten (5:19)
  4. Pancakes With Mist (7:43)
  5. Side By Side We Ride Against The Hordes Of EDM (7:31)
  6. Shadows In The Street Life (5:36)
  7. Your Angels Drowned On The Beach (3:41)
  8. Baking Cookies In Mendoza (4:22)
  9. You Are Just A Sad Hologram Projected From The Edge Of The Universe (5:44)
  10. When Will All The Morons Disappear (9:12)
Review: Danny 'Legowelt' Wolfers may be the only man in the world capable of carrying off an album cover that features him sat in a forest, eating pancakes, alongside one of the many vintage synthesizers he owns. The eccentric Dutch producer has a near faultless discography, too, with each new album - and there have been rather a lot over the years - being as quietly impressive as the last. There's much to enjoy on his latest full-length, which sees Wolfers giddily flit between rap-sporting electro-punk quirkiness ('Under a Golden Dome'), sci-fi-seeped Italo-disco revivalism ('Edelweiss Reingold', the tongue-in-cheek title track), sparkling deep electro (the starburst sweetness of 'You Are Just a Sad Hologram Projected From The Edge of the Universe') and acid-flecked techno ('Side By Side We Ride Against The Hordes of EDM').
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Played by: Dj haus
 in stock $17.19
System Shapeshift EP
Cat: CEE 04. Rel: 19 Nov 20
  1. Santiago Chile Arp Track (5:30)
  2. System Shapeshift (5:12)
  3. Live In Transnistria (4:46)
  4. TritonProOneS900 (7:11)
  5. My Dad Was A Lifeguard (7:16)
Review: There's no stopping Danny Wolfers, who has still managed to release two albums as Legowelt this year despite a raging pandemic and a crippling economic downturn. He's predictably on form again on his first outing for Lapsus offshoot C.E.E, giddily moving between a range of sparkling, synth-heavy outings that encapsulate all that is good about his analogue-rich productions. We're really enjoying opener 'Santiago Chile Arp Track', where sparkling electronic melodies and mind-warping TB-303 lines rise and fall above a jacking techno drum track, while title track 'System Shapeshift' is amongst the most psychedelic, punchy and potent electro tracks he's ever released. Also worth a look is the early Orbital-ish trip that is 'Live in Transnistria', not to mention the stuttering heaviness of strobe-lit acid onslaught 'My Dad Was a Lifeguard'.
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 in stock $11.89
Dark Days 1992-1997
Cat: BAKKDD 1. Rel: 04 Nov 15
  1. Lego Resistance (5:52)
  2. The Building Blocks Of Life (5:09)
  3. Svolvaer (4:38)
  4. Nowhere Track (3:55)
  5. Techno Madchen (5:44)
  6. An Obnoxious Affair On Tape (5:38)
  7. Myst (5:39)
  8. Airplanes In The Rain (6:04)
  9. Are You Really So Deep (4:54)
  10. Sleeping In The Window (3:52)
  11. Silent Service (3:18)
  12. Decay Dream (4:33)
  13. Furniture (4:32)
  14. Wir Lebten In Miniland (10:37)
Review: Those familiar with the Strange Life label operated by Danny Wolfers will know it's rife with CDr material worthy of the vinyl format. Whilst our personal favourite (the bizarre Portopia by Wolfers alias Satomi Taniyama) remains looked over by labels, Berceuse Heroique were responsible for a quite sumptuous double LP edition of Smackos album The Age Of Candy Candy earlier this year. Now local Den Haag crew BAKK have got their hands on 2004 Strange Life album Dark Days for an equally classy triple LP edition. Wolfers fans not familiar with this album will immediately fall in love with Dark Days, thanks to the signature blend of goofy track titles ("Lego Resistance", "An Obnoxious Affair On Tape") and music that veers from soaring, synth vistas to grotty techno via cold, primitive electronics and more.
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 in stock $26.81
Crystal Cult 2080
Crystal Cult 2080 (hyacinth vinyl 2xLP limited to 200 copies)
Cat: CRLP 11. Rel: 10 Apr 14
Deep House
  1. Awakening
  2. Ancient Rites Demoni Mundi
  3. Excalibur R8MK2
  4. Psychotic Endurance
  5. How I live
  6. The Future Of Myself
  7. Fundamental Sperstition
  8. Crystal Cult 2080
  9. When The Spring Comes Again Cyberspace Is Still Happenin' For Real
Review: Danny Wolfers' restless productivity knows no bounds. Not content with dropping stone cold 12" singles at a furious rate, he's delivered yet another Legowelt album to Creme Organization. Pleasingly, Crystal Cult 2080 (so called because he used a homemade crystal compressor and dusty second hand Roland JV2080- synthesizer throughout the recording process) is up to his usual high standards. There are few surprises - we should all know what we're getting by now - but plenty of reasons to be cheerful, from the fuzzy new age electronica of "The Future of Myself" and muddy Detroit futurism of "Fundamental Superstition", to the tropical pagan mysticism of "Ancient Rites Demoni Mundi" and warped acid of the feverish title track.
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 in stock $25.05
Los Alamos Motel
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 $14.92
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