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Initial Singularity
Initial Singularity (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: DO 303001. Rel: 16 Sep 21
  1. Initial Singularity (5:59)
  2. Chrysopoeia (5:24)
  3. Orbit Cloud (6:30)
  4. Euphorbia (4:43)
Review: Electro continues to be one of the most exciting sounds of the day, even a couple of years after the latest revival started. Maybe this time it's here to stay and will be as ever-present as techno and house. We'd be here for it, especially with tackle as good as this coming thick and fast. Moy's Initial Singularity EP is the sort of timeless electro we love. Bouncy drums, modulated acid smoothness and old school signifiers like vocal yelps and crunchy breaks. 'Orbit Cloud' is all tied up with celestial chords and wires synths with a rasping bassline jacking things from below. 'Euphorbia' is the name of a lovely purple flooring shrub, but also this meditative and elastic electro jam. Nice.
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 in stock $16.89
Orbital Resonance EP
Cat: EMOTEC 001. Rel: 19 Jul 21
  1. Dreamcoast (6:03)
  2. Wheel Of Time (6:02)
  3. Echolab (5:12)
  4. Cyclotron (5:55)
Review: MOY has been whipping a very tasty strain of braindance over the past year across a number of labels such as AC Records, Batrachian and Exalt. These are surely bountiful times for warm, playful acid and tricksy electro, and this latest drop from the London-based artist on new label Emotec surely adds fuel to the fire. MOY's sound is rounded and self-assured, striding forth with the moody, breaks n' bleeps vibe of 'Dreamcoast' and bolstered by the emotional jack of 'Wheel Of Time'. 'Echolab' has a fatter, more polished finish to it, but once again the gnarly 101 and 303 lines are front and centre. 'Cyclotron' offers up something a little deeper to close the EP out, completing a beautifully rendered set of braindance dynamics.
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 in stock $11.45
Ryoko 003
Ryoko 003 (limited hand-stamped double 10")
Cat: RYKO 003.
  1. Polykarp
  2. Timeslip
  3. Parrots In A Graveyard
  4. Deep Thunder
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Volume 3
Volume 3 (12")
Cat: WGD 003. Rel: 01 Jul 21
Deep House
  1. Moy - "Ouroboros" (5:06)
  2. Rekab - "Summer Dream" (5:53)
  3. Garrett David - "Crusin Thru" (6:18)
  4. Moody Waters - "Hindsight" (6:45)
Review: Paul Wise aka Placid is an old head who here kick off a new label. It started in late 2020 and was a firm and immediate favourite with underground house and techno heads. This third release is a doozy, with four artists all stepping up with fine contributions. It is all wonky acid vibes on Moy's 'Ouroboros' before Rekab slows things down to dreamy ambient bliss on 'Summer Dream.' The flip side is back to party business with the cool and breezy tech house of Garrett David's 'Crusin Thru' and deep and heavy house of Moody Waters cut 'Hindsight.'
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