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Nrol 39 (12")
Cat: LOP 03. Rel: 14 Feb 18
  1. Digital River (4:48)
  2. Drexciya Descendents (4:32)
  3. The Hydro Return (5:04)
  4. Avalon (6:47)
Review: Mattia Trani, son of legendary Italian DJ Marco Trani (the most influential DJ in Rome throughout the 1980s), has previously impressed with a gaggle of techno twelves, mostly on his own PushMaster Discs label. This 12" for the shadowy Lunar Orbiter Program label sees him debut a new alias, 051 Destroyer. It seems him turn his hand to a range of largely hard-wired electro-related styles, from the weighty lo-fi thrust of club-ready opener "Digital River" and Braindance-inspired insanity of "Drexciya Descendents", to the wild sci-fi electronics and electro/techno fusion beats of the surprisingly jacking "The Hdyro Return". Closer "Avalon", a deeper, warmer and more relaxed affair with hints of IDM, is also impressive.
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1/2 Gott (12" + patch)
Cat: UV 048. Rel: 12 Oct 18
  1. Sehnsucht (6:49)
  2. Die Nacht (6:52)
  3. Erstling (12:38)
 in stock $13.89
Cat: HCS 998. Rel: 16 Feb 11
  1. Drift Diving
  2. Porous Surfs
  3. Sidestepping
 in stock $9.79
Cat: LDR 19. Rel: 08 Nov 16
  1. The Breakfast Club (7:49)
  2. Lunar Landing (5:21)
  3. Jade (6:15)
  4. Hurley (5:16)
Review: Frustrated Funk, Shopwrec and Central Processing Unit are just some of the quality labels on which the enigmatic 214 has delivered his wayward strains of electro and techno. This new single for Lunar Disko is straight-up, high calibre business, as per usual, starting with the mesmerising pads and alluring soundscapes of "The Breakfast Club", a beat-driven escapade through a wave of majestic synths. "Lunar Landing" is more on the Dutch electro side of things, thanks to its sub-aquatic beats and general demeanour while, on the flip, "Jade" injects some Chicago house live through an industrial filter, and "Hurley" liquifies its synths down to a thick pool of sonics and subtle beats. Gorgeous music.
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Ingalls Way EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIS 303. Rel: 23 Apr 18
  1. Potential Events (6:03)
  2. Windeye (4:51)
  3. Windeye (Radioactive Man remix) (5:14)
  4. Back To Sine (6:07)
Review: Chris Romans has been rolling out crucial electro jams for a number of highly regarded labels since the early 00s. Amongst them are Touchin' Bass, Shipwrec, Frustrated Funk and Central Processing Unit, so that tells you everything you need to know about the level he's operating at as 214. Now he comes to 20/20 Vision with some body-poppin' jams of the highest order, broadening the tech house label's remit to embrace the thriving electro scene with one of its most vital practitioners. "Potential Events" is a brooding, atmospheric affair while "Windeye" draws on a more playful, Detroit indebted palette of sounds. Radioactive Man remixes "Windeye" with a steady, finely detailed approach, and then "Back To Sine" finishes the record off with another snappy salvo of funky drums and bubbling synths.






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Cat: CPU 00111101. Rel: 17 May 18
  1. 000 (5:22)
  2. 050 (5:50)
  3. 085 (4:59)
  4. 100 (5:15)
 in stock $8.99
Sonic Wall (12")
Cat: ACEW 005. Rel: 30 May 17
  1. Black Hole (5:48)
  2. Fall To Our Knees (5:07)
Review: Italy's Emilio Urbano is no newcomer to the scene. The dude's A Credible Eye Witness project has been responsible for churning out electro since the late 90s, and he's cut from the same cloth as Rome's other important tech fiends like Leo Anibaldi and the great Lory D. His self-named ACEW label came back into action back in 2014, and is now on a steady pace to the top of our elector charts. This new two-tracker kicks off with "Black Hole", a nervous, itchy sort of excursion that heads into the nastier side of dark acid thanks to its noxious bass bumps; the latter comes in the form of "Fall To Our Knees", a less tenebrous, more high-pace sort of tune that recalls the likes of Stingray and the Drexciya alliance. Nice.
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Taj Mahal (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ACEW 006. Rel: 05 Mar 18
  1. Gravity Dance (4:27)
  2. Storm Attack (6:02)
  3. Taj Mahal (6:42)
Review: Rome's Emilio Urbano has been in the picture since the late 90s, and it's clear from his dark and explorative aesthetic that he has been greatly influenced by the Eternal City's other cult artists like Leo Anibaldi. His moniker has always been A Credible Eye Witness, or ACEW as is written on his own imprint, and sounds that feature on tunes like "Gravity Dance" and "Storm Attack" have always represented him as an artist - toxic, cyber-punk tones that remind us of artists like Convextion. Even "Taj Mahal", with its comparatively quirkier sounds, is ACEW all over - honest techno for the dance floor.
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Played by: Billy Nasty
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Slightly Ajar EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: EDREAMS 015. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Stingray (5:25)
  2. Burning Crystal (6:39)
  3. An Infinite Number Of Possibilities (5:40)
  4. 720 Degrees (5:55)
Review: Since 2011, or what we could describe as the rebirth of vintage electronic music and the muddled, increasingly convoluted evolution of 'bass' music, Nick Harris aka A Sagittariun has been providing our charts, and the wider scene, with consistently high levels future-proof techno. Slightly Ajar is his third release of 2017 already, and it comes through on his own Elastic Dreams imprint with a squadron of deep and effortlessly mesmerizing electronic shapes. "Stingray" opens with an ocean of euphoric pads and industrial rhythms coming together as one, and is followed elegantly by the much deeper, more reflective broken patterns of "Burning Crystal". On the B-side, "An Infinite Number Of Possibilities" kicks the gears into motion with a much bouncier, club-centric techno groove filled with surreal melodies, and "720 Degrees" buries a load of bleeps into a hypnotic bundle of sci-fi sonics for total dancefloor domination. Effective and ultra-sleek - the lot of them!
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Cat: RMCE 007. Rel: 14 Dec 17
  1. Sand Lake (5:44)
  2. Peaceful Mind (5:39)
  3. Midnight Activity (7:04)
  4. The Silent Hill (7:15)
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Cat: SAT 030. Rel: 10 Dec 05
  1. No One Likes A Smartarse
  2. Orash
  3. From Detroit
 in stock $6.53
12 (12")
Cat: CM 08. Rel: 30 Jul 18
  1. 12 (4:32)
  2. The Hyenas (5:46)
  3. Gan's Revi (2:19)
  4. 12 (Rude 66 remix) (6:38)
  5. The Different Track (4:37)
  6. The Streets (6:05)
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Moon (limited 12")
Cat: MEC 018. Rel: 31 Dec 15
  1. Hermannplatz (3:09)
  2. Ty I Ja (You & Me) (4:35)
  3. Love Like A Robot (4:25)
  4. Love Like A Robot (Flemming Dalum remix) (5:53)
  5. Love Like A Robot (David Carretta remix) (6:44)
  6. Love Like A Robot (Fotoplastikon remix) (4:15)
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Sexy Boy (Record Store Day 2018) (custom-shaped 10" picture disc)
Cat: 190295 700195. Rel: 03 May 18
  1. Sexy Boy (4:59)
  2. Sexy Boy (Etienne De Crecy & The Flower Pistols remix) (4:57)
  3. Sexy Boy (Cassius remix) (10:21)
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Cat: TTT 065. Rel: 01 May 18
  1. Money Between Friends (8:00)
  2. Envy Turned Curiousity (6:05)
  3. Deepstate Riddim (4:38)
  4. Designer Life (6:48)
Review: Exotic Dance Records founder J.Albert has been scouted out by Will Bankhead for the man's The Trilogy Tapes imprint, and we have to say that this feels like the perfect match. Both the label and the artist have a knack for the unexpected, with the former having released an infinite multitude of electronic genres and the latter twisting and turning between techno, electro, and something undefinable. Made up of glitchy breaks and surreal waves of electornic dust, "Money Between Friends" and "Envy Turned Curiosity" both exude an industrial dubbiness that is rarely achieved by others. On the B-side, "Deepstate Riddim" is some neo-jungle badness that evolves the genre magnificently, and "Designer Life" ends on a more sinister note, launching a minimal wave of electronics surrounded by warm blasts of sub-bass. Recommended, naturally...
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Circulator (12")
Cat: POWVAC 020. Rel: 30 May 18
  1. Overlay ReverseInt (5:05)
  2. Circulator (2:49)
  3. 7 (3:26)
  4. Metro King (Legs) (4:09)
  5. Ordtil 2 (4:28)
  6. Aerd (3:21)
  7. Playing With You (2:01)
Played by: Ali Renault
 in stock $8.99
  1. Alterleo - "Train To..." (6:59)
  2. Al Gobi - "Rule Of Three" (9:02)
  3. Jack Pattern & John Parsley - "Kaboom" (5:55)
  4. Roger Van Lunteren - "On And Dna No (The Sun Riser)" (5:06)
  5. Phil Gerus - "Prelude To Love" (4:37)
Review: The XXX crew are on a mission to celebrate the adventurous and utterly well-informed dance music scene of Amsterdam, and they move to the fourth release on their label with a strong cast of characters that all have something different to say. Alterleo opens up the 12" with the low-throbbing psyche out of "Train To..." before Al Gobi takes over with the aqueous hardware house bubbles of "Rule Of Three". On the B side, Jack Pattern & John Parsley work together to lay down a fierce blend of industrial and disco that will send shivers down your spine. Roger Van Lunteren meanwhile revels in the squelchiest kind of esoteric acid with a new age mystique thrown in for good measure, and then Phil Gerus provides a soothing soliloquy to finish this distinctive record off.
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Cat: NF 18. Rel: 17 Mar 17
  1. Theme Into Darkness (2:16)
  2. MDMA (6:47)
  3. Entangled (4:07)
  4. Into Darkness (5:44)
  5. Sad Robot (4:39)
  6. Rave Or Die (outro) (1:29)
Played by: DJ Glow, N-TER
 in stock $9.26
Cat: BP 002. Rel: 25 Jan 18
  1. Phycodurus Dragon (5:35)
  2. Sinuous Gullies (4:22)
  3. Aquatic Gas Exchange (4:57)
  4. Marianentrog Patrol (5:28)
  5. Thalassic Alarm (Linh's Hymn) (3:15)
 in stock $10.62
Drum In Peace (1-sided hand-sprayed 12" in hand-numbered hand-stamped sleeve + numbered insert limited to 66 copies)
Cat: AUDA KAPPA. Rel: 01 Feb 17
  1. Fly High (4:20)
  2. Drumming (2:34)
  3. Man With Sticks (3:49)
Review: Automatik-Datamatik is a label based in western Germany and founded in 2008 by Adalbert C. Kupietz. He would like to present you with this release, which is a tribute to his late father Leszek J. Kupietz. He was passionate drummer in the 70s/80s and is said to have toured intensively with his band all over the world. Although they never had the opportunity to collaborate directly, Adalbert had access to some of his recorded drum skills on this record. Electronically packed with analog synths accompanied by Leszek's Sonor drums. Used extensively on the album were PPG Wave 2.2, Fender Rhodes, Rhodes CHROMA, Hohner Clavinet, Yamaha CS-50VP-330 diverse ARPs, Korg and Roland Synths.
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State Of Mind EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: PTN 008. Rel: 18 Apr 18
  1. Smile (6:55)
  2. Everything Is AOK (7:23)
  3. NRG For Daze (8:15)
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Cat: NATURAL 013. Rel: 10 Jan 18
  1. A Violent Collision (4:52)
  2. Adriatic Front (4:57)
  3. Cyborg (4:17)
  4. Destroy This Fucking System (4:34)
Review: Mancunian lo-fi house heroes Natural Sciences are back with a bang in 2018: now giving us a second serving of throwback electro sounds courtesy of one Antonio Barbetta. He has had some great releases recently as Raw Ambassador on Mannequin and Ortloff. The Germany based Italian producer serves up what the label best described themselves as 'panzer funk and mechanised thrash metal from the shadows of Frankfurt's industrial district' and that's pretty spot on! There's the guttural futurist sludge of opening track "A Violent Collision" that will appeal to fans of Lux Rec or Return To Disorder, not to mention other excursions through heavy dystopian machine funk like on "Destroy This Fucking System". The breakneck "Adriatic Funk" is a full frontal assault that calls to mind the UK sounds of Bass Junkie & Dexorcist from a while back, while "Cyborg" is a fitting tribute to his new hometown's favourite son: the one and only Anthony Rother.
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Played by: Billy Nasty
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Cat: BOOGIE 004. Rel: 02 Jul 18
  1. Vurstep
  2. Dream Wisdom
  3. Vurstep (Shed remix)
  4. Vurstep (Forest Drive West remix)
Review: Appleblim teams up with the Middle Eastern label Boogie Box once more for some hybridized explorations on the cutting edge of soundsystem music. "Vurstep" is a wildly psychedelic banger that keeps the rhythms broken while the sound design levels tap into the same delirious vein as his ALSO work with Second Storey. "Dream Wisdom" takes things in a smoother direction, riding on laid back breaks and plush threads of melody in a vintage ambient techno style. Shed steps up to remix "Vurstep" and delivers one of his pointed masterclasses in stripped, UK-leaning techno, and then Forest Drive West trips the whole thing out with a heavily dubbed meditation.
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Cat: TGR 001. Rel: 03 Oct 18
  1. Old Boy - "Tracer" (Dexter remix) (6:20)
  2. Arctor - "Memory Gene" (James Shinra remix) (7:01)
  3. Arctor - "Selfish Lover" (Patrick Walker remix) (6:53)
  4. Arctor - "The Gulf" (David Harleydson remix) (6:03)
Review: New Glasgow electro label Tremors presents their first vinyl release, featuring a collection of remixes of tracks from their Bandcamp back catalogue. Aftershocks Volume 1 kicks off with a particularly bold remix by Klakson boss Dexter who turns Old Boy's "Tracer" into an electro-bass monster, James Shinra (Analogical Force) channels the best of the Motor City on his emotive rework of Arctor's "Memory Gene" rounding up the A side. On the flip, Arctor remains the focus, with remixes of "Selfish Lover" by Forward Strategy Group's Patrick Walker and Hungarian newcomer David Harleydson impressed us likewise with his fierce and futurist perspective of "The Gulf".
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Cat: INTLC 002. Rel: 21 Sep 18
  1. Mental Escape (6:15)
  2. Simulant (5:34)
  3. Type 2 (feat Jensen Interceptor) (6:41)
  4. HAL's Machine Tool (4:41)
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Cat: BT 28CHR02. Rel: 13 Jun 18
  1. Danse3 (7:47)
  2. Corde (6:17)
  3. Last Night (5:27)
  4. Purification (6:00)
  5. Dark Days (4:34)
Review: You can always count on Brokntoys for surefire modern electro perspectives. Their latest weapon comes courtesy of French analogue freak Raphael Vendramini aka Automat, who gets properly brooding on The Invisible EP. This underrated hero of the underground has been around for some time, releasing everywhere from French labels like Karat and Leitmotiv, to Daz Quayle's SCSI-AV and even Full Panda on some of their earlier releases. From the nefarious smack-electro of "Corde" to the modern coldwave antics "Last Night" or the experimental beats of "Purification" which call to mind the seminal early '80s sounds of Front 242 or Severed Heads.
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EP (12")
Cat: KARAT 59. Rel: 17 Sep 18
  1. Sugar Cane (6:00)
  2. The Void (4:38)
  3. Sad Days (5:40)
  4. Noar (6:17)
Review: There's plenty to set the pulse racing on the latest EP from long-serving electro producer Automat, whose recent outing on Brokntoys is also well worth a listen. Opener "Sugar Cane" eases us in gently, with the French producer opting for a slow and sanguine deep electro flavour, before the chunky and pleasingly spacey analogue deep house/electro fusion of "The Void" begins to get the blood pumping. Peak-time pressure arrives on B-side opener "Sad Days", where wild acid lines and rubbery machine bass drive a ghetto-tech style electro rhythm forwards at a frenetic pace, while closer "Noar" is a post-apocalyptic slab of clandestine, industrial electro darkness.
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  1. Make Way For The Family Wonderful (Fuego International version) (5:59)
  2. A Road Less Travelled (5:43)
  3. Copy & Taste (5:07)
  4. Hey Look At All The People Passing By (4:26)
Played by: Dmitry Distant
 in stock $10.88
Cat: BOT 03. Rel: 07 May 09
  1. Wash Youreself (feat Bass 6)
  2. Bit Chop
  3. This Years Choosen Enemy
  4. Machine Chorus
 in stock $6.53
SRL (12")
Cat: TW 001. Rel: 13 Nov 17
  1. SRL Shit (4:57)
  2. Storm Rain (5:27)
  3. SRL (outro) (3:02)
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Cat: DBC4W 190. Rel: 21 Dec 17
  1. Bass Magnetic (5:39)
  2. Let's Dance (4:01)
  3. Frequency 135 (2:52)
  4. Time Space (5:26)
  5. Sonic Boom (4:39)
  6. How Lo Can You Go (5:39)
  7. Technology (5:06)
  8. Fly By Night (6:04)
Review: AUX88 Bass Magnetic re-Issue 1993-2018. Back by popular demand, the same unique spirits that brought forth the
sound of Detroit streets and turned it into the futuristic soundscape known as "Techno-Bass", The Original members
have collaborated to re-issue their catalog 25+ years later. Starting with their 1st double pack LP, "Bass Magnetic"
(considered to be a mesh of influences between Miami bass and Detroit techno), AUX88 established themselves in an
effort to stay true to their roots in the streets and the clubs creating their own genre into a global dance culture. After
the release and production of their own documentary ("AUX88-Portrait of an Electronic Band"), the group celebrates its
now classic recordings. Harkening back to its first days on cassette tape to revive a future generation of vinyl
aficionados. AUX88's "Bass Magnetic" = Classic Detroit Electro
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Played by: Bloody Mary
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Cat: DBC 4W002. Rel: 08 Mar 18
  1. Technology (Techno Bass mix) (5:04)
  2. Technology (Rhythm mix) (3:37)
Review: Re-Release: Released in 1993, The Technology Ep appeared on the start of a re-establishment of electro music and a
beginning for the Direct Beat label. That would be a constant reminder of where to see 'AUX88' material come to light.
"Technology" carried the 'AUX88' brand onto radio, mainstream club and dance parties...become a sought after 12" by a
band that proclaimed its sound as 'Electro/Techno'. The Techno Bass mix is the original track, (now for the first time
available) Rhythm Mix is a different animal on its own... Within the track you can hear the growth of what would
become the sound of emerging aliases' in years to come and the use of distinct voices/vocals. With both versions from
the original studio recordings in 1993, Listeners will be treated to a major bonus point in the birth of the 'AUX Quadrant'
of projects to come. Designed for a well-deserved space on the global dance floor.
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Cat: PH 020. Rel: 02 Jun 17
  1. Need Electric (6:07)
  2. Taste (7:21)
  3. One In The Wave (3:56)
  4. The Eagle (6:49)
  5. Loop 1 (0:10)
  6. Loop 2 (0:11)
  7. Loop 3 (0:11)
  8. Loop 4 (0:10)
  9. Loop 5 (0:11)
Review: Although there's always been a sense of momentum driving Daniel Avery, those gears have switched up a notch or two this year, possibly linked to his decision to quit recording under the name Stopmakingme. His arrival on Erol Alkan's Phantasy Sound imprint seems so natural it's strange that it's only happened now, and means the Bournemouth lad done good has essentially worked with his two teen idols in Alkan and Weatherall. The Need Electric EP arrives just as Avery has let slip his commission to complete a Fabric Live mix and the four tracks have him working fully with a vocalist for the first time. The title track pays homage to Avery's formative Electroclash years, bringing the attitude of Miss Kittin and The Hacker up to 21st Century scratch as the stripped down groove twists itself ever tighter around the detuned analogue core. "Taste" and "One In The Wave" will mess with peoples expectations (in the best way possible) whilst "The Eagle" shows Avery has learnt plenty since joining Weatherall's Scrutton Street mafia.
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Diminuendo (12")
Cat: PH 79. Rel: 12 Oct 18
  1. Diminuendo (7:01)
  2. Hyper Detail (4:35)
  3. Light Of Falling Rain (6:30)
  4. Time Marked Its Irregular Pulse In Her Eyes (2:18)
Review: One of the standout cuts from Daniel Avery's superb Song For Alpha album, "Diminuendo", gets a deserved single release. The title track - an alien-sounding chunk of psychedelic darkroom techno made in collaboration with recent Tresor signing Manni Dee - kicks off the EP, before Avery serves up a trio of previously unheard workouts. The first of these, "Hyper Detail", is a weighty chunk of creepy and intense techno propelled forwards by thunderous beats and wickedly wild TB-303 acid lines, while B-side opener "Light of Falling Rain" is an equally trippy slab of wonky electro/modular techno fusion. Closer "Time Marked Its Irregular Pulse In Her Eyes", meanwhile, is the kind of twisted ambient - all barely decipherable electronic speech and spacey noises - that sounds like it was beamed down from another universe.
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Played by: Brian James
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Cat: MANCHA 010. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Neuanfang (6:33)
  2. Running Out Of Planet (7:01)
  3. Running Out Of Planet (DJ Overdose remix) (6:07)
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Cat: POM 23. Rel: 13 Jan 11
  1. Cherry Tea
  2. Life On Stage
Played by: Peter Van Hoesen
 in stock $7.90
Cat: PARTOUT 201. Rel: 21 Sep 18
  1. New Language (8:17)
  2. 5 Phased (5:29)
  3. As It Is (7:38)
  4. Bo Jangles (6:43)
Review: After slowly establishing his career via a handful of tidy EPs released over an eight-year period, Evan Baggs has really hit his stride in 2018. This outing on Partout is not only the American's fourth vinyl excursion of the year, but arguably his strongest, too. He hits the ground running on opener "New Language", where vintage Steel City bleeps rise above doom-laden chords and crunchy electronic percussion, before peppering another drum machine rhythm with spacey electro style synth lines on "5 Phased". Over on the flip, Baggs successfully breaks up the beats, ratchets up the sub bass and reaches for the deep electronics on "As It Is", while closer "Bo Jangles" is a fine slab of foreboding, acid-flecked late night techno funk.
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Shudder (12")
Cat: ACJ 95. Rel: 21 Mar 17
  1. Shudder (4:08)
  2. Grasp (5:25)
  3. M1 (4:44)
  4. Kyrian (5:32)
Review: Fresh from his exploits with King Kashmere, beat alchemist Bambooman crashes the party at Accidental with four more singular experiments; "Shudder" rolls on a stuttering break that's paced in such a way it's as much UKG as it is techno. Both "Grasp" and "M1" show off more of a house side to B's spectrum as the former insists with an almost Detroitian charm while "M1" scrapes strange strings to create unique texture. Finally "Kyrian" takes us on a futurist twist on broken beat with spacious kicks and a warm, fat analogue synth. Some say shudder, we say goosebumps...
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Played by: Leri Ahel, Dave Aju
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Low Frequency Fugitive (heavyweight silver vinyl 12")
Cat: BA 072. Rel: 02 Mar 18
  1. Low Frequency Fugitive (7:37)
  2. Liquid Engineering (6:43)
  3. ? Everything (7:33)
  4. Surrender Or Be Destroyed! (6:13)
Played by: Billy Nasty
 in stock $10.35
Leo/Mirjam (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: DKMNTL 057. Rel: 02 May 18
  1. Leo/Mirjam (4:27)
  2. Leo/Mirjam (Legowelt mix) (7:01)
Played by: Rogér
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Telomeres (12")
Cat: DE 097. Rel: 20 Jul 15
  1. Telomeres (4:13)
  2. Centrifuge (4:48)
  3. Automation (4:25)
  4. Laboratory (6:03)
  5. Necropolis (4:22)
  6. Fukushima (4:49)
Review: Analogue synthesizer enthusiast Bezier first surfaced on Dark Entries in 2012, delivering the hard-wired retro-futurist fantasy Ensconced. Two years on, he's finally ready to release the follow-up, the similarly sharp and sci-fi themed Telemores. As with his previous output, the influences are obvious - think Radiophonic Workshop, electro, minimal, new wave and Italo-disco - but he smartly steers clear of pastiche and empty revivalism. Instead, we're treated to a range of dancefloor-friendly instrumental cuts, cyborg jams, and intoxicating robot rinse-outs. Closer "Fukushima", in which he doffs a cap to the synthesized horror-disco of John Carpenter, is particularly potent.
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Primes (12" + insert)
Cat: DE 171. Rel: 27 Jul 17
  1. Primes (7:17)
  2. Stranger (feat Nicole Ginelli vocals & Doc Sleep) (4:37)
  3. Imperial Tranz-Am (13:25)
Played by: Honey Soundsystem
 in stock $12.26
Cat: 030SI 001. Rel: 21 Jun 18
  1. Binarizer - "Ik Zag Je Dansen" (6:16)
  2. Splitradix - "Cross Connection" (4:50)
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  1. Breakin' (5:11)
  2. System Error (5:15)
  3. Robot Trippin' (feat TMR RBTR) (4:04)
  4. Automation Operation (6:44)
  5. Cyber Funk (6:31)
Review: w+p by Matthias Schildger vocals on A3 by Tamara Meinhold.
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Cat: USR 007. Rel: 03 Apr 18
  1. Distance Scale (7:03)
  2. Space Probes (3:48)
  3. Dark Matter (6:58)
  4. Nuclear Interaction (5:46)
Review: Binarysystem01 is a new collaborative project from electro veterans Edo 8 and Wavemechanic, two producers who were most active in the early 2000s before almost dropping off the radar completely. This return to action is a pleasingly varied affair, with the duo embracing both darkness and light over the EP's four tracks. So, while distorted and crunchy electro jam "Dark Matter" and throbbing, ultra-moody closer "Nuclear Interaction", sit on the moodier end of the sonic spectrum, fizzing opener "Distance Scale" is a melodious, funk-fuelled, party-hearty delight. The EP's other cut, "Space Probes", is a fuzzy and saturated chunk of bubbly electro goodness.
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 in stock $11.97
Mescla (12")
Cat: DT 002. Rel: 29 Jun 18
  1. Director (3:53)
  2. Qwerty (3:29)
  3. Machine (4:52)
  4. T1 (4:27)
  5. Inswing (8:04)
 in stock $11.71
Berlin Disco Club EP (12" + sticker)
Cat: CTC 369 002. Rel: 12 Jun 17
  1. H-Friend (Benedikt Frey remix) (5:32)
  2. Path Of Tomorrow (Benedikt Frey remix) (5:23)
Review: Bernard Fevre's Black Devil Disco club remains one of the most iconic albums in dance music history. It's a cult record; adored by the underground and largely ignored by the mainstream. In short, it's great on all accounts, and if you haven't heard it's safe to say you haven't lived life at the fullest. Since its release back in 1978, which is still crazy to think about given how contemporary the record still sounds, there have been several attempts at remixing and reworking its timeless tunes, and most of them haven't been half bad. Germany's Benedikt Frey is the man to give it a go this time, and his hazy, deep-minded strains of house feel like the right sort of territory for this task. Luckily, Frey retains the wonderfully sinister synths of "H-Friend", and simply reworks their pattern to fit with a more club-focussed beat structure; on "Path Of Tomorrow", the German producer reworks the original cut into an even darker, more cerebral affair that makes for a great companion edit to 1978's classic.
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 in stock $14.15
Oba Enka (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MNQ 124. Rel: 06 Sep 18
  1. DEF (7:39)
  2. Ham (9:07)
  3. Oba Enka (7:20)
Review: Given he's previously released some seriously creepy, atmospheric techno on Berceuse Heroique and Pinkman, you'd expect Black Merlin's Mannequin Records debut to be similarly unsettling. That's certainly the case with A-side "DEF", a hypnotic and feverish affair where raw and restless, industrial-inspired riffs rise above paranoid, held-note chords and a locked-in drum track. You'll find more brain-melting, razor-sharp modular motifs on the arguably even more intense and wayward "Oba Enka", while closer "Ham" wraps undulating, acid-style electronic motifs around an altogether fuzzier, looser groove. It sounds like it would be capable of inducing vivid hallucinations in early morning dancers, which in our book is no bad thing.
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 in stock $8.99
Cat: DEEPR 005. Rel: 03 Jul 18
  1. Get Down (2:54)
  2. Shake That Booty (3:03)
  3. Fallout (3:30)
  4. Dance Yourself To Death (3:39)
  5. 1991 (4:15)
  6. Coin Op (3:48)
  7. The Bunker (4:58)
 in stock $10.88
Magmite EP (12")
Cat: FAN 007. Rel: 12 Jan 18
  1. Magmite (4:13)
  2. Zheng Tribe (4:29)
  3. Transdimensional Rifts (4:15)
  4. The Builders (4:29)
Played by: Kenneth Scott
 in stock $9.53
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