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Cat: RS 1913. Rel: 01 Oct 19
  1. Hard To Say (9:02)
  2. Tournesol (10:38)
Review: Fresh from remixing Goldie classic "Crystal Clear" for the veteran producer's reissue of 1997 album "Saturnz Return", Djrum (real name Felix Manuel) offers up his first single in nearly two years. "Hard To Say" seemingly surges from the speakers, with ambient style deep space chords, blissful female vocal snippets and tactile aural textures rising above a blisteringly fast techno beat. This high-octane pace continues on "Tournesol", a cheerily positive affair that wraps chiming, new age style melodies and humid tropical flourishes around another sweaty, non-stop beat. Like the A-side, it's impressively ear pleasing but also percussively intense, especially when the Aphex Twin style mind-altering acid lines make an appearance midway through.
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Cat: BH 059. Rel: 01 Oct 19
  1. Border Control (4:21)
  2. Fortune Tellers (5:07)
  3. Loose Cables (4:02)
Review: Tectonic bossman Pinch on Berceuse Heroique? Now this is a match made in boundary-breaking heaven. Not even the lead track "Border Control" can keep things confined as we're hurled into a swampy, heady, paranoid and relentless stampede which is just as much techno as it is 140. "Fortune Tellers" brings us back down to even woozier 125 as layers of off-kilter percussion scuffle up and down the mix in a blurry, sense-deceiving way before "Loose Cables" turns us inside out with its tripletty off-beat, subaquatic pressure. A one of a kind artist on a one of a kind label; there are no borders here.
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Karanlik Plate (12" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: ANA 003. Rel: 04 Oct 19
  1. Track 1 (5:55)
  2. Track 2 (7:33)
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Cat: IT 042. Rel: 01 Oct 19
  1. External Observer (5:55)
  2. Fuzzy Clouds Of Potential Existence (7:01)
  3. Coming Up For Air (5:07)
  4. Mechanistic Control Fantasies (3:28)
  5. Terminal Phase (3:02)
Review: Following fine releases on Shipwrec, Natural Sciences and Return To Disorder, masked electro/techno misfit Galaxian (real name Mark Kastner) makes his first appearance on Ilian Tape. The Glasgow-based producer starts in suitably big fashion via "External Observer", where what sounds like an orchestra of synthesizers gets to work over a skittish, bass-heavy electro beat, before exploring more dystopian dancefloor pastures on the moody, alien-sounding and otherworldly "Fuzzy Clouds Of Potential Existence". On side B he gives his out-there interpretation of early jungle ("Coming Up For Air"), batters a broken computer into submission and makes electro gold out of it (the slightly melancholic "Mechanistic Control Fantasies") and soundtracks the end of days (or possibly Brexit) on weirdo closing cut "Terminal Phase".
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Delivero (12")
Cat: VERSION 014. Rel: 08 Oct 19
  1. Agadir (3:47)
  2. Delivero (5:33)
  3. Toxic Waste (5:49)
  4. Garzweiler (4:37)
Review: Version co-bossman Orson seems to only drop a release once a year. But when he does, it's always worth paying close attention to. As with all things Version, it's a full trip that joins dots well beyond the assumed or conventional dub continuum. "Agadir" is a hazy Latin mooch into dub disco territory while "Delivero" is positively Balearic with its 105BPM plod, delicate arpeggiated weaves and sudden drop into soulful vocals. Flip for "Toxic Waste" as Orson goes all percussive and broken beat (think Tyrant) while "Garzweiler" closes on an stormy ambient note. Batten down the hatches.
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Postdrome EP (140 gram vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: WSR SO1. Rel: 07 Oct 19
  1. Postdrome (7:12)
  2. Delos (8:01)
  3. Brain Fingers (6:45)
  4. Memory Drum (5:37)
Review: The Well Street family continue to bloom with this assured grip of adventurous steppers from Significant Other. You know you're onto something serious as soon as "Postdrome" fires up in a tangle of break slices, percussive rattles and poised kicks. The sparse drum-focused style continues in a quicker fashion with the tense and twitchy "Delos", while "Brain Fingers" amps up the bass flex to make for a dance-wrecking-ball of a track. "Memory Drum" completes the set with interlocking patterns balanced between organic and electronic and draped in tones of icy dread.
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Access EP (12")
Cat: LIVITY 036. Rel: 08 Oct 19
  1. Heart Piece (5:02)
  2. Run (6:38)
  3. Contactless (6:02)
  4. SYNC-2020 (6:03)
Review: A new enigmatic duo from London named Two Shell present Livity Sounds' next installment. Their debut "Access EP" draws influence from the South London underground of the late '90s and early 00's, with a nod to more contemporary Bristol sounds across these four wicked tracks. From the off-kilter stepper that is "Heart Piece', through to the glacial and deconstructed dub techno of "Contactless" and the rolling bass-driven entrancer "SYNC-2020" - they have forged an EP of warm but stripped-down, deft UK style grooves to mark an anthemic debut. More groundbreaking future sounds from the ever reliable Bristol label.
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Albums
Cat: ZIQ 402. Rel: 11 Oct 19
  1. Overgrown (2:56)
  2. Split Matter (feat Kuedo) (3:48)
  3. Armament (3:37)
  4. Vessel (3:08)
  5. Familiars (2:53)
  6. Bloom (3:22)
  7. Pulling The String (2:12)
  8. Bowman (3:31)
  9. Shadow Realm (feat WWWINGS) (3:04)
  10. Taste Of Metal (instrumental) (3:19)
  11. Saint (3:38)
  12. Feeling Blu (2:59)
  13. Thorns (1:32)
  14. Blink (3:11)
Review: There's plenty to get excited about on Silk Road Assassins' long-awaited debut full-length, which arrives some three years after their acclaimed debut EP, "Reflection Spaces". For starters, the trio has delivered something that neatly sidesteps convention, melding bustling, loose-limbed grime and trap rhythms with all manner of layered electronic elements. Some of these are dark and moody and others fluorescent, kaleidoscopic and tropical in tone. "State of Ruin" twists, turns and twists again on umpteen occasions, delivering a musical snapshot of our chaotic times that veers from paranoid intensity to rush-inducing bliss in what seems like the blink of an eye. OK, so we may have got a little carried away, but it's certainly a superb set that's more than worthy of your hard-earned cash.
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Zenit & Nadir (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: ENLP 111. Rel: 11 Oct 19
  1. The Invisible Ones (feat Kalaf) (2:38)
  2. Agni (5:01)
  3. El Cavilante (feat Sara Van & Mikongo) (4:46)
  4. Decajon (feat Prisma & Martin Boder) (4:34)
  5. Coimu Gqoimu (4:30)
  6. Coyurriti (5:15)
  7. Llae (4:51)
  8. Jarana Y Tundete (3:25)
  9. Banyuwangi (5:53)
  10. Pacos (feat Prisma) (4:22)
  11. Guayabo (4:03)
  12. Lagos (5:47)
Review: Felipe Salmon and Rafael Pereira aka Dengue Dengue Dengue's third album is an exploration of Afro-Peruvian musical traditions laced with their usual sense of so-called tropical futures and off beat rhythmic patterns. It makes for hypnotic grooves that are loose and jumbled, organic and fully authentic especially when members of the Ballumbrosio family, who are experts in traditional rhythmic styles like lando, festejo and crioullo music, as well as traditional dances and instruments like the quijada, have helped create this album. Fleshing out the drums are fizzes and woodblocks, smeared synthwork and occasional Latin vocals that drift to the top as the bass roams down low. An intoxicating listen that transports you to another world entirely.
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