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Skip (12")
Cat: TTT 031. Rel: 25 Mar 15
  1. Skip (intro) (5:51)
  2. Sequoflec (2:28)
  3. IE (6:01)
  4. Curtain Scene (3:29)
Review: Skip Intro sees Leipzig artist Mix Mup return to The Trilogy Tapes having scored one of the best releases on Will Bankhead's label so far with that KM/MM LP alongside friend and confidant Kassem Mosse. Though closely associated with the Workshop man, Mix Mup has really developed his own style over the course of the past decade of releases and Skip Intro might be his best work yet. His is a subtle touch; see the manner in which Mix Mup teases an Asian melodic refrain out of nowhere to dominate the title track. Both "Sequoflec" and "IE" are the kind of drum tracks you'll hear Ben UFO slip into a set and wonder for ages what they are, whilst the midi sax on "Curtain Scene" makes it sound like a hollowed out remix of Pender Street Steppers jam "Love Theme (Angelo)".
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No UFO's (1-sided 12" + 12")
Cat: M 046. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. No UFO's (vocal) (4:13)
  2. No UFO's (instrumental) (7:05)
  3. No UFO's (vocal - Moodymann remix) (8:04)
  4. No UFO's (vocal - Luciano remix) (14:35)
Review: First dropped in 1985, over thirty years ago, "No UFO's" paved the way for Detroit to unleash the beast we know refer to as 'techno', to the rest of the planet. Merging everything the Juan Atkins had heard through his adolescent years, from electro to funk and krautrock, his first outing as Model 500 will never grow old. Thus new reissue drops both the vocal and the instrumental, which are equally powerful on the floor. The bonus points come from the remixes: Detroit's own Moodymann makes his debut for Metroplex with a wonky, broken tech-house stormer charged by the original's bass, and sexified with the help of some blazing new sub-vocals from the master of funk; Luciano makes a surprise addition to the pack, dropping an ultra-sleek, minimalistic house mix that will lead this record being in the hands of thousands of different DJs across the globe. Big-dawg business.
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M5003MB (reissue) (12" repress)
Cat: M 020. Rel: 10 May 18
  1. Jazz Is The Teacher (9:30)
  2. The Cosmic Courier (8:33)
  3. Bassmental (6:16)
Review: Initially released back in 1993, M5003MB was an all-star collaboration between Detroit techno originator Juan Atkins, Rhythm & Sound man Moritz von Oswald and fellow Berlin techno stalwart Thomas Fehlmann. Predictably, the resultant three-tracker was rather special, as this timely reissue proves. Many Detroit techno enthusiasts cite A-side "Jazz is the Teacher" as one of the best examples of the style; an energy-packed Motor City romp full of jaunty, jazz-flecked drum machine hits, undulating synthesizer melodies and sci-fi intent. While superb, both of the B-side tracks - the acid-fired futurism of "Cosmic Courier" and post-bleep hustle of "Bassmental" are almost as good. In other words, it's an EP that every serious techno enthusiast should own.
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Cat: LSM 003. Rel: 16 May 18
  1. Pleasure Plug (3:52)
  2. Gamma Function (5:05)
  3. Destination Unknown (6:01)
  4. Destination Unknown (Jeremiah R No More Modules mix) (4:27)
  5. Mellow Madness (4:11)
Review: 11 months on from the label's last 12", Irish imprint Lime Street Music returns to action. It's their third release in total and contains a quintet of cuts from some time Yay Recordings contributor Module Werk. There's plenty to get the blood pumping throughout, from the skewed, acid-fired electro wonkiness of "Pressure Plug" and sci-fi intensity of "Gamma Function", to the distorted, lo-fi drum hits and baked, half-asleep chords of becalmed closer "Mellow Madness". The EP's most potent moment is definitely "Destination Unknown" - a punchy and atmospheric electro roller blessed with some particularly gnarly acid lines - though Jeremiah R's heavier, electro-goes-four-to-the-floor remix is probably the pick for peak-time plays.
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Lapse (limited hand-numbered 12")
Cat: EE 008. Rel: 23 Mar 16
  1. Monument (5:22)
  2. Path (4:28)
  3. Order (5:08)
  4. Memorial (5:37)
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Sideways In Linen (12" + hand-numbered insert limited to 300 copies)
Cat: LGS 005. Rel: 04 Jul 17
  1. Out The Other (5:28)
  2. Wet On The Wheel (8:01)
  3. Send In The Drones (2:07)
  4. Lunch With The Girls (3:25)
  5. This Into That (4:59)
Review: Fuzzy lo-fi electronics with a strict hardware/analogue focus courtesy of UK producer Polly Moneaux on local imprint Let's Go Swimming. The London label have been causing quite a stir as of late, not just for their respectful reference to the late/great Arthur Russell, but also for their interesting line ups at their parties at Stoke Newington's Waiting Room. The lush ambient opener "Out The Other" is the perfect introduction to the stomping and fuzzed out "Wet On The Wheel". There is quite a bit of variety on here; the noisy industrial/experimental cut "Send In The Drones" cleanses the audio palette to make way for the deep electro jam "Lunch With The Girls" until the lovely closer "This Into That" provides a nice contrast.
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Cat: FP 004. Rel: 09 Jun 14
  1. Shotokai
  2. Bleep Number 9
  3. With You
  4. Kime
Review: Launched last year as an extension of the successful Montreal radio show and loft party of the same name, Jurg Haller's Forbidden Planet has eased itself into the affections of record buyers everywhere. Inaugurated by D'Marc Cantu's Some Fantasies Are Good, Forbidden Planet has since introduced unheralded names like Breaker 1 2 and Boreal & Lnrdcroy, artists you can spend hours wandering down blind alleys on the internet trying to identify. The label's fourth release sees Forbidden Planet call on a more established name again in the shape of Mono Junk, aka Finnish producer Kimmo Rapatti. Much like the Finn's recent turn out for Skudge White, this untitled four track 12" really slams home how criminally underrated Rapatti is as a producer. There's hints of Psyche era Carl Craig to opening track "Shotokai" and from here Mono Junk showcases his production versatility taking in woozy mind benders ("Bleep Number 9"), nimble melodic electro ("With You") and subaqueous techno filled with deft rhythmic touches ("Kime").
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FTP
Cat: FTP 005. Rel: 03 Apr 18
  1. Ghetto Techno (3:31)
  2. Ghetto Techno (313tro mix) (4:09)
  3. I'm From Detroit (5:26)
  4. 313 (NRG mix) (5:40)
  5. Pony (313 mixx) (5:05)
Review: When it comes to weighty, forthright ghetto-tech business, Toni Moralez has previous form. Admittedly, this might be the producer's first release in nearly three years, but it certainly explores similar sonic territory to his previous outings. Check, for example, the full-throttle, distorted kick-drum driven strut of title track "Ghetto Techno", where short vocal snippets and mind-altering electronic noises bounce above a nails-hard groove. Those who prefer a more straightforward ghetto-tech/Miami Bass vibe should check the alternative "313tro Mix" of the same track. Elsewhere, "I'm From Detroit" wraps deep riffs around a fizzing "booty bounce" beat pattern, "313 (NRG Mix)" sounds like DJ Godfather turning his hand to British bleep and "Pony (313 Mix)" is a tongue-in-cheek, peak-time delight.
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Mind Stealers EP (12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: CE 023. Rel: 03 May 18
  1. Mind Stealers (4:50)
  2. Fluid Dynamics (6:45)
  3. Mind Stealers (Sync 24 remix) (5:33)
  4. Wages Of Sin (4:57)
Review: Given that Finnish twosome Morphology are amongst the most consistent artists in the electro scene, it's little surprise to find that their latest outing on Cultivated Electronics is little less than superb. They set the bar high from the off, via title track "Mind Stealers", a spacey but heavy electro club cut that mixes Kraftwerk style vocoder vocals with Drexciya aesthetics. Sync 24 wisely uses the duo's robotic vocals - cut-up and manipulated impressively - on his remix of the same track, which sounds like Kraftwerk's numbers dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century. Elsewhere, "Fluid Dynamics" is a lilting and melodious chunk of 4/4 intelligent techno, while closer "Wages of Sin" is a foreboding and nightmarish chunk of electro dancefloor science.
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Cat: MXMRK 2005. Rel: 30 Aug 16
  1. Trans Europe Express (Mr K 7" beats) (4:38)
  2. Trans Europe Express (Mr K 7" part II) (4:11)
Review: Seminal in every direction: Kraftwerk's "Trans Europe Express" gets stripped down to its bare drum bones by Professor Krivit over two sides. The beats mix pitches naked drums sculpted with clunking, chunky futuristic fusion while Part II provides the synthetic context. Breaking down Kraftwerk's original sci-fi suite into its key chapters at a slow, smouldering pace, it's the classic as you've never heard it before. Grab two to open up even more doors of serious DJ creativity.
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WTF (Work The Fader) (hand-stamped 12" + MP3 download code in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: EDGE 1201. Rel: 06 Oct 17
  1. WTF (Work The Fader) (11:04)
  2. Kwik Chek (2:18)
  3. Body Heat (Beat) (6:57)
  4. STR8 (Beat) (5:54)
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Edge (12")
Cat: DTAG 002. Rel: 08 Feb 17
  1. Haze (5:18)
  2. Knight (7:37)
  3. Edge (12:29)
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Club Shebab (hand-stamped heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: PRLX 04. Rel: 11 Jan 17
  1. Club Shebab (5:59)
  2. Club Shebab (Cliff Lothar remix) (6:20)
  3. Nightcrawler (6:22)
  4. Death/Time (7:07)
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Love/Hate (12")
Cat: DE 189. Rel: 07 Dec 17
  1. Love (4:01)
  2. Hate (7:09)
  3. Hate (version) (5:27)
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Soul Storm (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: MLK 1. Rel: 19 May 17
  1. Soul Storm (8:18)
  2. Chalice Of Alice (8:00)
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XP Lore (12")
Cat: PT 02. Rel: 27 Apr 17
  1. Critic (4:25)
  2. Side Track (3:04)
  3. Cable Cake (4:20)
  4. Transmit (4:52)
  5. Komitee Kosmos (3:54)
  6. Artificial Flavour (4:39)
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Unspoken (12")
Cat: VTX 005. Rel: 30 Jun 17
  1. Unspoken 1 (5:47)
  2. Unspoken 2 (4:26)
  3. Unspoken 3 (2:39)
  4. Unspoken 4 (4:17)
  5. Unspoken 5 (5:21)
Played by: Tagwell Woods
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  1. Neonicle - "Spook Country" (5:07)
  2. Charging Systems - "Technology" (6:51)
  3. Lectromagnetique - "Betrayal" (feat Kim) (5:42)
  4. PQ17 - "White Night" (6:05)
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Cat: SUN 429. Rel: 12 Mar 18
  1. Space Is The Place (8:02)
  2. Cyborg Dance (5:30)
Review: The origins of American act Newcleus lay in a 1977 Brooklyn DJ collective known as Jam-On Productions, including Ben 'Cozmo D' Cenac, Monique Angevin and her brother Pete - all teenagers and still in high school. The foursome named their group Newcleus as a result of the coming together of their families. Originally released on T.K. Records' Miami bass/freestyle subsidiary Sunnyview in 1985, "Space Is The Place" is an underground classic to those in the know. With its obvious robotic influences from the early '80s Bronx breakbeat sound, to the funk and synth pop crossover of "Cyborg Dance' on the flip - this is a true zeitgeist of one of the most exciting times in electronic music's history.
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  1. Niro - "Nazca" (5:57)
  2. VNZO - "Relax Ya Self" (8:18)
  3. NMSS & JJuan - "Keep Groovin'" (7:17)
  4. Zolaa - "Fao-Mao" (6:36)
Review: Happily, Neo Violence's third label sampler contains some real gems. It begins with Niro's "Nazca", a distinctively spacey affair that brings together echoing, dub techno style synthesizer motifs, shuffling tech-house drums and chords seemingly beamed down from another galaxy. VNZO's woozy "Relax Yourself" continues the fusion vibe (think ultra-deep Motor City techno mixed with dusty deep house), before NMSS and Jjuan pepper a cowbell-laden broken house groove with swirling chords and late '80s hip-house vocal samples. Another rock solid EP is drawn to a close via the rubbery, post-electro rhythms, darting bass and dreamy pads of Zolaa's standout "Fao-Mao".
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Cat: CKNOWEP 8. Rel: 09 Apr 18
  1. Exoplanet Vibe Cult (8:45)
  2. Infinite Dreamz (7:22)
  3. Mallet Fury (6:25)
Review: Glaswegian label Craigie Knowes has yet to receive the hype that its quietly impressive back catalogue so clearly deserves. Perhaps this EP from sometime Mork White regular No Moon (AKA Manchester-based producer Fred Shepherd) will refresh the parts the imprint's other releases have yet to reach. All three tracks are impeccably spacey and futurist in tone, with Shepherd wrapping dreamy chords and glistening electronic melodies around snappy drum machine rhythms. Those searching for tracks to illicit saucer-eyed dancefloor moments should head straight for the rushing bliss of "Infinite Dreamz", while "Mallet Fury" offers a more bustling, bottom-heavy take on the same core idea. As for "Explanet Vibe Cult", it sounds like the kind of club-ready deep space electro jam that you'd find on cult Sheffield label Central Processing Unit.
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Cat: NEXIT 004. Rel: 05 Jan 18
  1. Forbidden Planet (5:41)
  2. Forbidden Planet (Francisco mix) (6:26)
  3. Forbidden Planet (Ali Renault remix) (9:24)
  4. Stay With Me (5:00)
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Cat: NF 19. Rel: 14 Mar 18
  1. Geometric Vision (5:51)
  2. Deadly Maneuvers (6:00)
  3. Automatic Train Control (6:14)
  4. Conversation Patterns (5:47)
Review: Be prepared for some mega-dystopian electro whenever new wares from New Flesh arrive in. Umwelt's esteemed imprint now presents Budapest's Balazs Semsei aka Norwell who dives into the realms of '70s cosmic music. He's also a co-founder of the Farbwechsel label. On Geometric Vision EP, the A side title track or "Deadly Maneuvers" sits somewhere between Antony Royther's offword futurism or Miss Kittin & The Hacker's perverse 313 exploits from the early 2000's. A more blatant tribute to the latter on the flip, with the track "Conversation Patterns" channelling that Gesamtkunstwerk era of Dopplereffekt - but it's the ultimate form of flattery right.
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ODD EP (12")
Cat: DD 005. Rel: 16 Jun 17
  1. Arabian Nights (5:58)
  2. Outer Delta Dynamics (5:49)
  3. Celestial Bodies (5:56)
  4. Celestial Bodies (Imre Kiss Crisis 91 mix) (5:54)
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Cat: CPU 00101001. Rel: 16 Feb 17
  1. White Silence (6:41)
  2. Fear (4:35)
  3. Frightening Thoughts (5:57)
  4. Alpha & Omega (6:04)
Review: Sheffield's Central Processing Unit return with Andriy Vezdenko aka Andrew Noumen: an experimental electronic producer from Lviv, Ukraine who describes himself as composer, sound researcher, artist, designer and performer. He debuts for the label with his LP titled Apeiron this year and "White Silence" is the first single taken from the album; a broken hi-tech mindbender that is reminiscent of Surgeon's work in recent times; we really enjoyed this trip where its splintered and mangled rhythms intersect with hypnotic chime melodies. The off kilter IDM shenanigans continue on the glitchy and hyper aware bodybasher "Fear" while on "Alpha & Omega" he does his best impression of Tri Repatae era Autechre. Quality stuff from this label as always and highly recommended.
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Mike III (12")
Cat: SP 001. Rel: 21 Jul 15
  1. Ns Kroo - "Mike III" (3:33)
  2. Ns Kroo - "Mike III" (club mix) (3:38)
  3. Bony Fly - "Hook" (4:03)
  4. Bony Fly - "Hook" (jeep mix) (3:53)
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  1. Nu Sound II Crew - "The Sped Of Light" (5:42)
  2. Nu Sound II Crew - "The Speed Of Dub" (5:43)
  3. Nu Sound II Crew - "1001 Beats" (5:28)
  4. Magnus II - "Space Age" (LP version) (5:08)
  5. Magnus II - "Soace Age" (dub) (5:07)
  6. Magnus II - "Space Age" (remix) (5:12)
Review: Though best known for their archival endeavours in the realm of early 80s synth pop and industrial music, Dark Entries never seen afraid to stray off compass if the mood takes them. Take this Split EP for example, which sees Josh Cheon's West Coast label travel back in time to unearth some nascent Detroit electro from Nu Sound II Crew and Magnus II. Linking both project is Sam 'DJ Maestro' Anderson, a Detroit native whose body of work has been issued on labels as diverse as Metroplex and Suge Knight's Death Row Records. This split EP gathers together tracks from both projects, with lyrical themes of outer galactic travel abounding on a set filled with primal Detroit electro energy and naivety.
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Frankfurt Bass (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ORKLW 01. Rel: 28 Mar 18
  1. Park Jit (5:12)
  2. The Message (3:54)
  3. Frankfurt Tek (3:43)
Review: An ode to their fair city in the state of Hesse here by homeboys Die Orakel and their local hero Orson Wells. Referencing the classic Motor City sounds of electro and ghetto-tech on this fine EP. "Park Jit" and its sleazy electro-funk takes it cues from the early Databass sound, while the breakneck dystopianism of "The Message" goes for more of a Dopplereffekt vibe. Bringing the funk and emotive feel on the B side we have "Frankfurt Tek" a saturated lo-fi memory recording (direct to VHS) that would make even local legend Anthony Rother proud. But hey wait, he's from Offenbach anyway! This is Lennard Poschmann's second recording for the Frankfurt based imprint which has had previous releases by Christopher Rau, Pablo Mateo and Koehler.
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Cat: US 010. Rel: 12 Sep 16
  1. Snowspeeder Blues (7:34)
  2. Thru Our Veins (5:15)
  3. A Perfect Balance (6:43)
  4. Full Spectrum (6:53)
  5. Full Spectrum (Juniper dub) (7:46)
Review: When he made his debut on Nous Disques last year, there was much discussion about whether O Xander - AKA DJ Rei Ayanami - was actually from Antarctica, as his sparse Soundcloud profile claimed. Either way, he's decided to roll with the theme on this fine follow-up, From Antarctica With Love. The EP's five tracks variously touch on icy electro ("Snowspeeder Blues"), windswept acid ("Thru Our Veins"), glacial electronica ("A Perfect Balance"), and clanking, mechanical techno (the deep but metallic "Full Spectrum"). The latter track is also featured in Juniper Dub form, with the Smallville and meandyou duo excelling at combining cut-up melody snippets with rolling, drum machine rhythms.
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Toner Head EP (12" + insert limited to 100 copies)
Cat: FIRSTCUT 001. Rel: 11 Oct 16
  1. Step To Disenchantment (5:53)
  2. I'll Be Your Virtual Technician (5:24)
  3. Muscle Memory (6:56)
Review: Having firmly established himself in the higher echelons of underground techno and electro via a string of killer releases under the Defekt and E.S.S aliases, Matt Flanagan has decided to take on a new pseudonym. His first outing as Octal Step is a typically forthright affair, with dancefloor domination his clear aim. Opener "Step To Disenchantment" is a no-holds-barred roller, with near psychedelic acid lines rising and falling over a surging, thrill-a-minute techno groove. The acid experimentation continues on the raw, rough and distorted "I'll Be Your Virtual Technician" - all manic drum machine cowbell hits, fizzing electronics and mutant TB-303 lines - while flipside "Muscle Memory" sees Flanagan make merry with booming kick drums, thrusting bass and fizzing electronic motifs.
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Cat: SPEC 1233. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. These Memories (remix)
  2. She Has A Way (remix - The Hip Hop Way)
  3. She Has A Way (She Has A Beat)
  4. She Has A Way (The House Way)
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Betrayal (12")
Cat: SHK 10. Rel: 14 Jun 18
  1. Jorge Ojeda - "Betrayal" (feat Hilda Mariee - original version) (4:57)
  2. Mr & Mrs Jonson - "Betrayal" (5:49)
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OLI/FES (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PTN 001. Rel: 17 Nov 17
  1. Oli - "Track 1" (6:10)
  2. Oli - "Track 2" (6:10)
  3. Fes - "Track 3" (5:21)
  4. Fes - "Track 4" (6:23)
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TPI (12")
Cat: BOM 02. Rel: 03 Mar 17
  1. TPI (8:08)
  2. Corsaren (5:52)
  3. Thanks Rob (8:04)
  4. Hyssop (6:06)
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998 (12")
Cat: FXHEMINID. Rel: 23 Mar 12
  1. Income Tax Refund Dance
  2. The White Castle Song
  3. Untitled (feat Patrik Sjeren)
  4. 3c 273
Review: FXHE maintain their monthly heat emission for 2012, with label boss Omar S displaying all aspects of his production prowess (as well as skill for a humorous track titles) across four productions - one of which features the button bashing assistance of one Patrik Sjeren. There's something icily brilliant about the restrained "Income Tax Refund Dance" melding a dark piano riff with snapping 808 kicks and rippling lo fi rhythms which only further justifies the title of Omar S's killer 2011 LP. It's complemented by the far rowdier box jam "The White Castle Song" which jackhammers a simple yet highly flammable key riff over low rent percussion for FXHE's most potent ode to the perfect warehouse moment since the all conquering "Here's Your Trance..." Given the lack of additional info, we presume the Patrik Sjeren that produces the B Side "Untitled" track is the same Patrik Sjeren that released in the mid 90s under a multiplicity of aliases, and his contribution is every bit as incendiary as the track preceding it, whilst "3c 273" sees Omar S slip into pensive utopian electro mode with aplomb.
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Cat: RAT 11. Rel: 15 Sep 17
  1. Intro (3:30)
  2. The Unknown Soldier (4:16)
  3. Solaris (4:28)
  4. Static Dynamic In The Stratosphere (4:38)
  5. Homeless (Credit 00 remix) (4:54)
  6. Terminal 1C (5:42)
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Silver EP (limited numbered 12")
Cat: SUPRAA 006. Rel: 21 Apr 17
  1. Silver (feat Egyptian Lover) (3:25)
  2. Maxillaire (4:02)
  3. Silver (Supra All Stars Deep Re Rub) (6:30)
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Mechatronica White 1 (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: MTRONW 001. Rel: 11 May 18
  1. Opus Leopard - "Sternzeichen Leopard" (5:06)
  2. Inhalt - "Alles" (instrumental) (4:34)
  3. Violet Poison - "B-Movies, Chips & Casio CZ-1" (5:56)
  4. Daniel Holt - "Floating Mansions" (7:34)
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  1. Lifting Body (Le Chocolat Noir Uplifting Reinterpretation) (5:07)
  2. Lifting Body (4:56)
  3. Among The Stars & Angels (7:27)
  4. When Thoughts Turn Inward (4:27)
Played by: Dmitry Distant
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  1. The Other People Place - "Sorrow & A Cup Of Joe" (6:23)
  2. Mystic Tribe AI - "Telepathic Seduction" (5:44)
Review: Given that Warp has finally bowed to pressure and reissued James Stinson's sole album under The Other People Place guise (2001's peerless Lifestyles of the Laptop Cafe), there was an inevitability about this 12" getting the re-press treatment. It first came out on Clone back in 2002, and paired a fine Stinson solo effort with a rare outing for DJ Stingray as Mystic Tribe A.I. Stinson's "Sorrow & A Cup of Joe" is a thing of rare beauty: a spacey, 4/4 electro cut blessed with bubbly electronics, alien chord progressions, heavy sub-bass and a fluttering, melancholic vocal sample. On the flip, Stingray's "Telepathic Production" is a dreamy chunk of outer space warmth driven by chunky hip-hop breakbeats and an undulating bassline.
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Ricochet (12")
Cat: MP 201. Rel: 19 Mar 15
  1. Conquete (version III) (2:54)
  2. Ricochet (4:01)
  3. Conquete (The Therradaemon Accident) (4:54)
  4. Corridor Berlin-Moscou (2:24)
Review: It's another slice of Pekka's singular atmospherics, beautifully presented in Metaphysik's usual screen-printed style. These four tracks span the full range of the ambient genre, from the eerie drones of "Conquete (Version III)" to the bouncy, growling semi-techno that is "Ricochet" and even the stumbling bursts of noise that characterise "Corridor Berlin-Moscou". Sublime grey-scaled experimentations in sound textures.
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Du Bist So Jung (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: B 4011. Rel: 19 Oct 17
  1. Track 1 (3:02)
  2. Track 2 (3:06)
  3. Track 3 (2:53)
  4. Track 4 (3:23)
  5. Track 5 (3:09)
  6. Track 6 (2:31)
  7. Track 7 (2:29)
  8. Track 8 (2:52)
  9. Track 9 (3:38)
  10. Track 10 (4:02)
  11. Track 11 (2:49)
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When The Night EP (12" + free MP3 download code)
Cat: BEC 5161285. Rel: 13 Dec 12
  1. When The Night
  2. When The Night (Logo remix)
  3. When The Night (Discodeine remix)
  4. When The Night (DVNO remix)
  5. When The Night (instrumental)
  6. When The Night (acapella)
Review: Taken from his ace album Passion, Para One's distinctive, well-polished funk goes next level as he hooks up with notorious party addict JAW. The DOP frontman's vocals are delivered with raw emphatic emotion; it's a slick track that more than deserves elevation from album to dancefloor. The remixes are in abundance as we're treated to everything from deep, reverberating slo-mo techno (Discodiene remix) to slippery sonorous acid house (Logo remix
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Played by: Rob Gribbin, Spiller
 in stock $15.09
Cat: VIVOD 020. Rel: 15 Jan 18
  1. Crossfire
  2. Ravens
  3. Praying Sages (Mick Wills remix)
  4. Praying Sages
Review: Master of minimal wave sonics Alessandro Parisi has spread his full-bodied synth wares around such esteemed labels as Slow Motion, Charlois, Giallo Disco, Lux Rec and more besides, and now he slides up to Vivod with an EP of noirish fantasies you'll be hard pushed to resist. "Crossfire" is the more uptempo cut, but "Ravens" paints a more vivid picture of retro-fetishistic club music in dangerous places. "Praying Sages" goes all out on the soundtrack vibe, but not before it's been remixed by Mick Wills, who casually threads a driving techno undercarriage into the track to create a strangely transcendental slab of cathedral-ready body music.
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Reflection (12")
Cat: KESS 04. Rel: 31 Jan 17
  1. Lines (6:02)
  2. Fairy Tale (4:03)
  3. Bouge! (5:22)
  4. Tu Es Le Star (4:51)
Review: Back in December, Genevieve Pasquier quietly returned to action after six years by contributing a remix of the previously unheard "Fairy Tale" to Frigio's The Midas Touch EP. The original version of that song takes pride of place on Reflection, alongside three other clandestine trips into industrial pop territory. It's all deliciously dark and moody stuff, with metallic drum machine percussion, fuzzy synth lines and the artist's own atmospheric vocals taking centre stage. We're particularly enjoying the buzzing guitars, low-slung groove and Nine Inch Nails attitude of "Bouge!", though the decidedly weird, crackly and sparse "Tu Es Le Star" is similarly impressive.
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160 Mega Parsec (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ILA 001. Rel: 12 Sep 17
  1. Passenger - "Imperfect Tense" (6:40)
  2. Caseer - "Intergalactic Suburb Area" (6:10)
  3. Transonic Flow - "Reality Desintegrates" (7:00)
  4. Diffuse Arc - "Ocean" (5:25)
Review: It is a brazenly retro affair that inaugurates new Parisian imprint Into Laniakea. The imprint is run by one Raphael Cesario aka Caseer: who previously headed up the label Unlearn which presented works over the last few years by Chris Mitchell and Walt J among others. 160 Mega Parsec is a lovely four tracker that adheres to the aforementioned aesthetic of dusty/lo-fi and classic sounds. Taking his cues from the timeless Windy City groove of the legendary Mr Fingers is Torino's passEnger, on the first side. Much like his EP for Tabernacle in 2015, "Imperfect Tense" is yet another sublime journey through analogue dreams. On the flip, strap yourself in for some breakneck, Drexciyan-electro shenanigans courtesy of Transonic Flow on "Reality Desintegrates" while Oscar Rodriguez returns as Diffuse Arc on the deep VHS styled memoir "Oceans".
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Origin EP (12")
Cat: UMX 007. Rel: 30 May 18
  1. Paulus8 - "Ancient Technology" (6:22)
  2. Paulus8 - "Ancient Technology" (remix) (6:53)
  3. Ocitin - "The Battle Of The Warriors" (6:52)
  4. Ocitin - "The Priest" (5:41)
Played by: Another_Swede
 in stock $9.33
  1. Penelope's Fiance - "Run & Gun" (4:34)
  2. Rawmance + Security - "Un Bon Flic" (3:45)
  3. Alessandro Adriani - "Do Not Deliver Me Into The Enemy's Hands" (6:01)
  4. Raw Ambassador - "Attack, Attack!" (5:49)
Review: New Italian label Hiroshima 45 Chernobyl 86 Windows 95 present Pubblicazione 001. Starting off on the A side is Penelope's Fiance from Thessaloniki, who serves up a lo-fi and coldwave perspective of the Boards Of Canada on "Run & Gun", while Italians Rawmance and Security team up on the slo-mo EBM mutation of "Un Bon Flic" - bringing you the sound of latter's Knick Knack Yoda burger club in Rome. On the flip, Mannequin boss Alessandro Adriani gives us the gnarly 303 acid epic "Do Not Deliver Me Into The Enemy's Hands" and Raw Ambassador aka Antonio Barbetta gives us the early industrial sounds of "Attack, Attack!" with its rusty aesthetic calling to mind the classics of Portion Control or Skinny Puppy.
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  1. Penelope's Fiance - "Untitled (15)" (2:15)
  2. Nocturnal Emissions - "Even The Good Times Are Bad" (U-202's Always Having A Bad Time mix) (5:20)
  3. Torrent - "EXE 2 Blueprint" (6:31)
  4. Nocturnal Emissions - "Demon Circuits Bloodbath (1983)" (3:23)
  5. Nocturnal Emissions - "Even The Good Times Are Bad (1983)" (4:33)
  6. Innyster - "Todis" (6:08)
Review: Contort Yourself reaches its sixth installment with yet another era spanning gathering of post-punk and industrial oddities for the most deviant of dancefloors to digest. In the contemporary corner we have Penelope's Fiance, a promising industrial artist from Greece. Meanwhile on the B-side, Nigel Ayers as Nocturnal Emissions takes us back to 1983 with the utterly chilling "Demon Circuits Bloodbath" and "Even The Good Times Are Bad". L.I.E.S boss Ron Morelli steps up as U202 to remix "Even The Good Times Are Bad" as a death march of malevolent percussion.
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 in stock $6.58
Cat: ACIDO 019. Rel: 02 Dec 14
  1. Paradise Island
  2. I Travel The World
Review: The latest Acido release sees the full debut of Karl Lukas Pettersson, aka Gothenburg's premier electro exponent Lukas Karl Pettersson who previously featured on Dynamo Dreesen's label back in 2007 under his familiar Luke Eargoggle alias. As Karl Lukas Pettersson, the Swede is evidently looking to explore a sound less trodden with both "Paradise Island" and "Travel The World" crafty concoctions formed from various elements of primitive wave and Das Ding style electro that sound convincingly like they were exhumed from DAT tapes in the late '80s. If you are a fan of Acido, you'll no doubt be used to such stylistic deviations from the label, but Dark Entries and Minimal Wave fans should also check these cuts!
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