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No One Likes A Smartarse EP
Cat: SAT 030. Rel: 10 Dec 05
No One Likes A Smartarse
From Detroit
Review: Satamile have got a bunch of great reissues of some old techno classics lined up and this 12" from A1 People, the No One Likes A Smartarse EP, is one of them. It is some high-grade and no frills electro from the off with 'No One Likes A Smartarse' layering up lashing synths and bleeping fax machine tones over kinetic drums with neck-snapping hits. 'Orash' keeps the energy levels up with more slapping hits and driving drum funk but this time with a more wispy and deft lead up top. Last but not least, 'From Detroit' is a loopy electro cut with hammering hits that nail you to the floor.
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 in stock $7.53
Coddio EP
Coddio EP (12")
Cat: PHI 011. Rel: 15 May 24
Alycone - "Alpha" (6:29)
Vlado - "Tinusha" (5:05)
Francesco Carvetta - "Fly To Freedom" (5:35)
Slot - "Voice Mail" (6:15)
 in stock $14.80
Sarturan Vol 1
Cat: SAR 001. Rel: 24 Jun 24
Alyhas & Cogan - "Big City" (Fresh mix) (5:53)
RVR - "Les Choses Simples" (6:35)
Tim B - "50' Outside" (7:07)
Immsersif - "Purple Trip" (6:32)
 in stock $18.29
Die Kreisbeschleunigung Der Dinge
Die Kreisbeschleunigung Der Dinge (hand-numbered blue marbled vinyl 7" limited to 50 copies)
Cat: KREIS 1BLUE. Rel: 18 Apr 24
Die Kreisbeschleunigung Der Dinge (4:26)
Die Kreisbeschleunigung Der Dinge (version) (4:36)
 in stock $14.53
Die Kreisbeschleunigung Der Dinge
Die Kreisbeschleunigung Der Dinge (hand-numbered yellow marbled vinyl 7" limited to 50 copies)
Cat: KREIS 1G. Rel: 18 Apr 24
Kreisbeschleunigung (4:28)
GnuginuelhcsebsierK (4:34)
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Die Kreisbeschleunigung Der Dinge
Die Kreisbeschleunigung Der Dinge (hand-numbered 7" limited to 50 copies)
Cat: KREIS 1. Rel: 18 Apr 24
Die Kreisbeschleunigung Der Dinge (4:29)
Die Kreisbeschleunigung Der Dinge (version) (4:35)
 in stock $14.53
The Maya EP
Cat: BOT 03. Rel: 07 May 09
Wash Youreself (feat Bass 6)
Bit Chop
This Years Choosen Enemy
Machine Chorus
 in stock $7.00
Luzyca Bambaataa/Graef
Luzyca Bambaataa/Graef (cassette + MP3 download code limited to 100 copies)
Cat: UVMC 05. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Luzyca Bambaataa - "Live In Nochten" (22:20)
Graef - "Gaival" (5:35)
Graef - "Haunting Voyage" (9:54)
Graef - "R0GU3 D3L4M41N" (3:01)
Graef - "Solifuge" (5:59)
 in stock $15.06
Mizuage (2xLP)
Cat: SAT 036. Rel: 22 Dec 06
Schlag Prallt (Auf remix)
In Technology We Trust
Starfoce Exodus
Don't Worry You Won't Dissolve
Meta Delta
Works Original
Tin Can
Review: The roots of their music is a blend of 70's funk and early 80's hip-hop with synthesizer technology. Their long awaited LP is complete, blazing a path into the future with floor-burning electro tunes.
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 in stock $13.19
Transatlantic Treasure EP
Cat: SATA 004. Rel: 21 Mar 01
Transatlantic Treasure
The Ultimate (remix)
Universal Language
Review: Bolz Bolz originally dropped this EP back in 2001. The German artist has long been a key underground player and has put out plenty of seminal releases. Few capture the magic of this one though which arrives now via Satamile. 'Transatlantic Treasure' is a quickened techno cut with mysterious pads and dubby low ends. 'The Ultimate' (remix) is lithe machine funk with a minimal vibe but heady impact and last of all 'Universal Language' is cyborg funk that is tightly programmed and in a rush to get you moving. Don't sleep because this one will be gone again in no time.
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Played by: Ethyl, M50
 in stock $7.53
Digital Mind
Cat: SAT 029. Rel: 10 Dec 05
Clone Factory
Robot Skin
Digital Mind
New Race
Review: We've been digging in our warehouse and found some classic electro from the prolific Boris Divider on the superb Satamile Records. This EP was released almost 20 years ago but you couldn't tell - the electro contained within it is as sharp as a knife and relevant as a selfie. 'Clone Factory' kicks off with lashings of metallic snares and jagged rhythms, 'Robot Skin' brings some high-speed cyborg funk and 'Digital Mind' then cruises through the cosmos on coruscated low ends. 'New Race' closes out with a fourth and final electro workout of the highest order.
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Tales Of The New Age
Cat: DSSC 001. Rel: 21 Jun 24
DJ Split - "90G" (5:46)
PO - "Lucid" (5:08)
Tibahuult - "Rain In My Place" (5:10)
La Matrice - "Lost Souls" (7:45)
Lukey - "The Garage" (6:05)
 in stock $19.65
De La Isla EP
Cat: ESP 101. Rel: 18 Jun 24
Obscure Entrance (5:34)
Language Of The Dead (5:16)
Bandhu (4:16)
The Island Groove (7:48)
Dream Body (Lucid mix) (6:45)
Review: De La Isla EP marks a compelling debut for Espiritu Recordings, showcasing Dojo Zone's versatile production prowess across five tracks. 'Dream Body (Exotica Mix)' kicks off with a potent blend of techno and progressive house, a dynamic journey through pulsating beats and twisted mood swings. 'Houdini Hauz' follows suit, infusing 80s-inspired sounds into a modern tech house, resulting in a groove-laden sonic landscape reminiscent of new wave aesthetics. The EP takes a detour with 'Obscure Entrance,' paying homage to Detroit's rhythmic heritage with its bubbling acid lines and 808 state-esque sounds. 'Bandu Bandu' is another goodie, that ventures deeper into the realms of futurism, with its serious and contemplative tones layered over intricate textures, offering a profound listening experience. Dojo Zone's masterful fusion of retro influences with contemporary production techniques makes this inaugural release from Espiritu Recordings a promising start for the label, setting high expectations for future endeavors.
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 in stock $16.13
Computer Love
Cat: MRB 7185. Rel: 10 Dec 20
The Egyptian Lover & Hanky Panky - "Computer Love (Sweet Dreams)" (3:13)
Jamie Jupitor - "Computer Power" (previously unreleased version) (4:42)
 in stock $13.46
Infinite Balance
Infinite Balance (limited 12")
Cat: IBI 008. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Rise Up (4:49)
Direct Drive (4:02)
Empty Bodies (3:54)
Balance Of Error (3:02)
Infinite Games (5:01)
Relapsing Cycles (4:29)
 in stock $13.46
486 134
486 134 (blue vinyl 12")
Cat: SCAS 5. Rel: 05 Nov 21
Hot Bath (5:11)
Further Away (5:13)
Inflammatory (5:38)
Inflammatory (Syrte Fever Dream) (5:36)
Lost Privileges (5:17)
Review: Science Cult's eight-part Astra Spectra series hits the fifth release at the hands of French electro wizard Fleck E.S.C. The five scintillating tunes pull from the world of IDM to infuse the electro beats with something fresh and label co-founder Syrte does his part with a remix. Apparently, the blue colour of the wax and the EP's title "correspond to Hydrogen on the Fraunhofer Absorption Spectrum of our sun." These tunes take you some way closer to the brightest star in our galaxy too with their crunchy beats, sheet metal synths and turbo basslines. It's electro, but not as we know it.
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 in stock $12.37
Graveyard (12")
Cat: AH 014. Rel: 02 Jul 24
Graveyard (7:08)
Amici Miei (7:47)
Colony (5:39)
Ghost Dance (6:29)
Review: The Aspecto Humano label's next outing is by a project headed up by the founders themselves under their Florida Cancer alias. It's music that combines several influences and inspirations from techno to New Beat to EBM. The opener 'Graveyard' is all squealing synths and menacing drums, and there is plenty more darkness, soot and raw texture to 'Amici Miei' which is lit up by strobe-like synths. 'Colony' has a more chugging tempo with twang synths and slapping drums. 'Ghost Dance' closes down the EP with spiralling lines and coarse drums, fragments of vocal and a general sense of dystopia.
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 in stock $16.96
AUX 4441
AUX 4441 (hand-stamped LP + photocard limited to 100 copies)
Cat: AUX 4441. Rel: 11 Apr 24
New Walk (4:02)
Drain Flog (3:41)
Dorset Hills (4:25)
5th Melody (3:21)
Relay Signal (4:18)
Chnkmodulation (4:51)
Partridge Ladyboy (4:10)
Saatchi Gallery (4:01)
Quality Control (3:59)
Autumn Will (3:59)
 in stock $25.03
Riding The Wave EP
Cat: SLVMNCR 007. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Strukku's Beat (6:53)
Riding The Wave (Hold On) (6:44)
Zown Spirit 1099 (5:52)
0X0 (Zero Times Zero) (2:55)
Over & Out (3:02)
Review: Sheffield's Hedge Maze is back with Riding The Wave EP, a great 12" that is drenched in distortion and grime. 'Strukku's Beat' kicks off with thick, slimy textures and vocals fragmented like blunt objects that evoke raw anguish. The title track intensifies with relentless beats, static-dipped drums, and haunting melodies, and as things progress, Hedge Maze refines his sound into a serrated syrup with 'Zown Spirit,' where ruffled rhythms play off with distant echoes and reverb. 'O X O (Zero Times Zero)' maintains the eerie aura with filtered textures, while 'Over and Out' closes the EP with post-punk gloom, featuring raw vocals and trademark distortion.
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 in stock $13.46
Whatever You Want EP
Cat: TTP 001. Rel: 20 Jun 23
Llamando Al 666 (3:11)
Whatever You Want (6:35)
Whatever You Want (Innershades remix) (5:05)
Shawarm Up (7:24)
Watching The Loop (6:01)
Fast Is Good Too (4:11)
Review: The ability to spread audio-confusion.isn't a gift possessible by just anybody, but French pushers Time To Panic are certainly among the more natural prodigies in the discipline. Sowing the seeds of chaos, distortion and gyration wherever they go, they here welcome newcomer ILDEC to the fold for a new EP, 'Whatever You Want', which blends tropes from oldkskool acid trance and rave with a dungeon-esque palette and what sounds like made up videogame samples, the highlights being the farty electroclash number 'Shawarma Up' and the wally cruncher 'Watching The Loop'.
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Played by: Tom Drew
 in stock $16.69
Intergalactic Noize Commander
Intergalactic Noize Commander (180 gram green vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: MEGA 06. Rel: 05 Jul 24
Intergalactic Noize Commander (4:19)
Exoplanet (5:05)
Virus2 (4:52)
Supernova (3:40)
Binary Parade (3:16)
Peace (4:26)
 in stock $24.22
Dance & Listen 002 (B-STOCK)
Cat: T&H 002 (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Jan 90
Ionescu - "Low Ride Her" (5:29)
Emi Omar - "Rob Hot" (6:41)
Venetia - "Atomic" (5:30)
Marc Satseg - "Legacy" (5:11)
Pinkfire - "A+luminescence 135" (6:02)
Mopfunk - "Binx" (3:59)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***

The Two & Half label is back after a head turning debut with a new various artists EP that lays out more of its singular sonic visions. Ionescu kicks off with 'Low Ride Her,' a balmy mix of lithe synths and cosmically minded pads that unfurl over fresh beats. Emi Omar's 'Rob Hot' brings twisted percussion and future funk and Venetia rounds out a-side with 'Atomic', which is a high speed techno jaunt wired up with filtered vocals and unrelenting snares and scurrying bass. On the flipside is Marc Satseg's deeper tech trip, 'Legacy,' and Pinafore brings some future rave vibes to the bright and psychedelic 'A+luminescence 135' before Mopfunk shuts down with the hard edged 'Binx'.
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 in stock $13.99
SOS (12")
Cat: DESET 04. Rel: 15 May 24
Dawn (3:47)
Artifical Intelligence (1:58)
SOS (5:28)
Mathew Jonson & The Mole - "Feels So Good" (8:06)
Got Bass (4:24)
Review: Few artists in electronic music have the serious musical chops of Mathew Jonson. The man has formally studied jazz and always brought famous invention to his synth-heavy sounds under whatever guise he has been working with. Here he is back under his own name on Deset and opens up with some delightful and mellifluous synth ripples on 'Dawn' and then soundtracks a cosmic voyage on scattered percussive sounds and alien effects on 'Artificial Intelligence'. 'SOS' is a broken beat jazz work out and with The Mole he crafts a deep, seductive groove marbled with more great melody on 'Feels So Good.' 'Got Bass' is playful cosmic electro to close.
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 in stock $17.76
A Cross The Universe (Soundtrack)
A Cross The Universe (Soundtrack) (limited 2xLP + insert)
Cat: BEC 5610969. Rel: 24 Nov 22
Intro (2:53)
Genesis (5:12)
Phantom (part 1) (4:48)
Phantom (part 1.5) (2:38)
DANCE (2:45)
DANCE (part 2) (1:30)
DVNO (3:58)
Waters Of Nazareth (Prelude) (4:16)
Two Minutes To Midnight (3:16)
Let There Be Lite (3:14)
Stress (6:11)
We Are Your Friends (reprise) (3:41)
Waters Of Nazareth (8:22)
Phantom (part 2) (6:21)
Encore (3:35)
NY Excuse (5:16)
Final (5:01)
Review: Justice's original soundtrack for A Cross The Universe, the 2008 documentary film charting the French house duo's rise to just power. Lady justice smiles on Romain Gavras and co.; classics such as 'D.A.N.C.E.', 'We Are Your Friends', and 'Genesis' all appear, complementing isolated yet dreamy moments captured from the band's 2008 tour.
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 in stock $28.26
Transient Belief EP
Cat: BP 070. Rel: 14 May 23
Transient Belief (5:56)
Nightwalker (5:25)
Theta State (6:04)
Find Your Tribe (5:37)
Review: Manchester-based Kerrie is a multi-disciplinary artist, incorporating live sets, DJing and running her label Dark Machine Funk. For this release, she returns to James Ruskin's esteemed Blueprint for another dose of straight-ahead techno cuts on the Transient Belief EP. The A-side kicks off with the visceral broken beat onslaught of the title track followed by the powerful peak time workout 'Night Walker'. Over on the flip, the futurist electro funk of 'Theta State' shows off the Irish producer's wide sonic repertoire, and finally she unleashes the hypnotic heads-down style fury of 'Find Your Tribe'.
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Cat: EUDEMONIA 012. Rel: 18 Aug 22
Turun Palloseura (5:25)
Ikuisesti Nuori (4:41)
Uimaranta (5:41)
Valokuvaus (6:56)
Aikakone (5:26)
Muoti 1986 (6:52)
Review: Germany's Eudemonia label is building up a fine head of steam with its mix of cold wave, synth and techno offerings. This latest is a slithering and spaced out electro excursion on nice clean lines, shiny digital synth sounds and sleek rhythms from Konerytmi. It comes after a slew of good 12"s on labels like Infiltrate and Russia's Electro Music Coalition and 'Ikuisesti Nuori' is an early highlight with melancholic chords being a pensive mood over Kraftwerkian drums. 'Uimaranta' layers up the melodies with pumping arps and 'Aikakone' resets the mood with a more downbeat vibe that is lush and cinematic.
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 in stock $13.73
Capitulo VI Pt I
Capitulo VI Pt I (12" + insert)
Cat: 22REC 0061. Rel: 24 Jun 24
Attrazione Invisible (7:04)
Marie (7:16)
Menti Opposte (6:23)
Dialogo Perpetuo (7:01)
Review: The fourth edition in 22Recordings' Capitulo series takes the name 'SueNos y Sombras' ('Dreams And Shadows'), blessed by none other than producer Lachina. Intended as a vinyl-only release - with the digitals priced at the exorbitantly high sum of €1,000 as of this time of writing - it's clear that the artist and label intend for these dark Italodance numbers to be heard via the naturally lossy medium that is wax, in all its crispy-crackly murk and dirt. From opener 'Attrazione Invisible', which pines after the eponymous long-lost celestial object that has puzzled astronomers and cosmologists since long last, to the closing 'Dialogo Perpetuo', which bedazzles with its harmonic arps, burgeoning melodies and wind-down synth fallers, you're in for a real treat here.
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 in stock $18.83
Burn The Lights Out
Cat: SAT 41-1. Rel: 05 Dec 07
The Controlling Hand
Burn The Lights Out
Pristine White
8 Op
The Freezing
Machine Aesthetic #8
Review: Lowfish originally released his 'Burn The Lights Out' LP in 2007 on the US label Satamile but we have found some copies of it in the warehouse. Synth-pop meets breakbeats in an electrifying fusion of emotive melodies and bass-heavy beats across all four sides of the long player with ten then-new tracks and two classics from his Sat.31 EP. They all show that his music, complex yet accessible, evokes images of Blade Runner, Wave Noir, or William Gibson. It is post-modern in approach as it skilfully blends past and present styles to create a sound uniquely his own, seamlessly bridging the gap between eras while pushing the boundaries in his own way.
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Splund Popper EP
Cat: SAT 34. Rel: 28 Nov 06
Voices From The Void
What On Earth?
Review: Bass Junkie and Jim Kneen are Middle Men and heads-down electro-funk is their vibe. Here they serve it up on the Satamile imprint and do so by twisting metal, laying down filthy bass and filtering vocals into dancing robot cries. The opener 'Synchrotron' is relentless and raw, while 'Voices From the Void' layers in melodic synths to more bouncy drums. Last of all is the most stark and eery of the lot as 'What On Earth?' pairs devastating rhythms with innovative synth craft. It's pure body music with plenty of cinematic sound designs to make it pop.
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Jugalbandi EP
Cat: SL 012. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Innayat (6:16)
Rava Fry (5:54)
Siolim Hues (6:41)
Jugalbandi (5:13)
Played by: Queer On Acid
 in stock $15.60
Vegapunk EP
Cat: BMR 003. Rel: 05 Jul 24
Rocky (7:06)
Gecko Moria (Zombie mix) (4:58)
Japanese TeleTom (Nintendo mix) (6:21)
Nostalgic Cyborg (5:04)
Tags: Tech House
 in stock $16.96
Melodie (limited white vinyl 7")
Cat: SSCR 2024006WHITE. Rel: 25 Jun 24
Melodie (Rob Hardt vocal mix) (4:44)
Melodie (Rob Hardt dub mix) (4:43)
Review: Mousse T.'s latest album, Melodie, reaffirmed his mastery of widely appealing dance music. The title track from it now gets served up on Sedsoulciety Recordings as a remixed version. The original is a sophisticated groover that blends disco nostalgia with modern charm. Rob Hardt vocal mix features Cleah's enchanting vocals which evoke classic disco vibes while the infectious beats, funky basslines, and irresistible melodies all add a tight, strident street soul feel. Flip it over and you'll find a great dub version and what's more this one comes on nice limited white vinyl to make it extra nice.
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000 Baby
000 Baby (10")
Cat: WRECKS 048. Rel: 30 Jan 24
000 Baby (6:41)
000 Baby (OM Unit remix) (6:17)
Review: After many years turning out 12"s, Klasse Wrecks has decided to serve up a first-ever 10" and they give the honour to Mr. Ho. His '000 Baby' is a delightfully widescreen sound - a post-rave mix of comedown electronics, dusty breakbeats and soothing ambient pads with some smart vocal samples drifting like wispy clouds. On the flipside, we're treated to and OM Unit remix that beefs things up and speeds up the drums. The percussion too is more defined and the energy levels ramped up with deft 808 bass and searching acidic leads. A nice yin to the A-side's yang.
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Split #2
Split #2 (12")
Cat: OTH 008. Rel: 01 Jul 24
NE - "Procrastination" (6:24)
NE - "Lostrack" (6:22)
Elias Sternin - "Dirty Spring" (7:24)
Elias Sternin - "Falso" (8:09)
Review: Split #2 presents a riveting showcase of techno talent from NE and Elias Sternin, delivering four tracks brimming with dynamic energy and driving beats. On Side-1, NE starts with 'Procrastination,' blending techno and electro elements seamlessly, supported by an acid line that adds a futuristic edge to the track. 'Lostrack' follows suit with its commanding presence, anchored by a strong techno foundation and bolstered by a serious acid motif. Flipping to Side2, Elias Sternin takes the reins with 'Dirty Spring,' a mysterious and atmospheric journey characterized by its building tension and expansive synth lines, creating a retro movie soundtrack of sorts. Closing the EP with 'Falso,' Sternin introduces elements of psy trance, infusing the track with pulsating rhythms and hypnotic textures that elevate it. Even though each track is of the more serious nature, there is a tongue in cheek 80's vibe that makes them come across as fun pieces of techno music.
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Cat: VKT 001. Rel: 18 Jun 24
Zecta Theme (4:05)
Las Cosas Claras, Pero No (4:12)
Regio (4:25)
Panico En Directo (3:14)
El Porder Absoluto (5:37)
De Moda (4:16)
 in stock $15.06
The Bleeps
Cat: SPEC 02. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Dracula's Mpc (5:55)
Ride The Bleeps (5:55)
Distant Future (5:22)
Interlude (4:01)
The Witness (5:56)
Review: Fresh from admired outings on Limousine Dream and Kalahari Oyster Cult, Cooper Fraser brings his Reflex Blue project to Spectral Bounce for the first time. The EP's title, The Bleeps, offers a clue as to what's on offer; while it's not purist bleep and bass of the sort that helped launch Warp Records (and the British bass music phenomenon), it does take plenty of cues from that sound - not least weighty basslines, ghostly 8-bit lead lines, subtle nods to hip-hop and clandestine aural textures. Highlights are plentiful across the five tracks on show, from the non-stop, acid-laced techno futurism of 'Dracula's MPC' and the trippy excellence of 'Ride The Bleeps', to hard-wired electro number 'Interlude' and the insanely bass-heavy brilliance of 'Distant Future'.
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Roadking Is Back EP
Cat: SAT 32. Rel: 09 Sep 06
Roadking Is Back
Only Electro Music
Review: Exclusively crafted for Satamile, these four dynamic electro and breaks tracks come from Roadking, one of Germany's top electro producers and known for his work with Elektrolux and Mikrolux. The man born Frank Rueckert delivers four electrifying electro tracks that are each defined by his distinctive style and sound - they are tunes infused with energy from the crisp and snappy drums of the title track to the more silky and loopy celestial sounds of 'Devotion' via the rugged metal snares and robotic vocals of 'Only Electro Music'. 'Silence' shuts down with a spraying synth lead that takes you into the future.
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Throwback (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BORFT 174. Rel: 28 May 24
Throwback (9:22)
Acid Crack (6:55)
Far Out (5:12)
 in stock $14.80
PPUSOK 1 (12")
Cat: PPUSOK 1. Rel: 22 Apr 22
Doudou Bourbon (6:12)
Extra SZ (5:31)
Spleen Boy (3:36)
Dance Or Die (5:10)
Spread Love (4:39)
Review: American label Peoples Potential Unlimited has cared out its own superb niche in the world of heart aching, lo-fi funk. But here a new catalogue number seems to suggest a new series. It kicks off with French collective Spaced Out Krew and their timeless, boogie driven disco funk. The music was written during 2020 by Spleen3000 and Marius Cyrilou of Ceeofunk and right from the first note of 'Doudou Bourbon' it is pure class. There are starry-eyed melodies, rasping basslines and curious vocals that all add up to a nice cosmic disco sound.
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 in stock $15.87
A Moment Like This
Cat: ANCPT 010. Rel: 26 Jun 24
A Moment Like This (4:08)
Blurred Nights (4:34)
No Chains To Bind (4:54)
A Heart Thats True (5:23)
Circuits & Wires (3:37)
Music Machine (5:12)
Review: Russian label Analog Concept introduces a new electro venture here, all the way from Sweden and helmed by seasoned artists Alexander Johansson and Mattias Fridell. Under this new Unwonted moniker, they channel their expertise into melancholic, warm, vocal-driven electro music that leans on Detroit techno, electro, and hip hop. The rather excellent track 'A Moment Like This' evokes a dystopian, retro-romantic future that wanders through a desolate, crumbling cityscape, contemplating distant memories and the stark reality of the present moment. This composition encapsulates their narrative-driven approach and mixes up evocative atmospheres with a nostalgic yet forward-thinking musical palette.
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Computer Controlled
Cat: DATLP 1. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Network 1 - "Into A World" (5:21)
DimDJ - "Document One" (5:11)
DMX Krew - "Curvy Bass" (4:13)
Tom Carruthers - "Ozone" (4:55)
Serasso - "A Lng Cld Winter" (6:55)
Bashman - "Pitfall" (5:36)
Tom Carruthers - "Digitek" (5:18)
Network 1 - "Explore Lands" (4:35)
 in stock $31.49
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