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Life Miles
Life Miles (2xLP)
Cat: VIS 335. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Pinfire (6:49)
Transitory Moments (6:19)
North Of The Sun (6:24)
Lowrider (7:36)
Abundance (6:20)
Figures Of Eight (7:05)
Flight Of Fancy (6:53)
Send Love To The Future (4:16)
Headlong (4:14)
Review: Long-cherished underground stalwart Claus Voigtmann finally serves up his long-awaited new album Life Miles after many years of essential sounds on labels like Assemble and Intermission. He really shows his range here with a record that draws on his experiences of playing around the world in all sorts of different settings. 'Pinfire' and 'Transitory Moments' open up and take you to the heart of fabric, a club he has played so often, while 'North of the Sun' heads off into space on sleek electro rhythms while the likes of 'Abundance' bring cosmic melodic fun to a lively and inventive rhythm. Elsewhere there is the high-speed electro-funk of 'Flight Of Fancy' and the introspective downbeat trip 'Send Love To The Future' making this a varied and vital affair.

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Played by: Nachtbraker
 in stock $30.72
Temple Of Truth
Temple Of Truth (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: OUT 002. Rel: 28 Nov 23
Mental Breakdown
Mystery Traxxx
Outer Body Experience
Nihilistic Sedation
Review: Outside In return to the fray with a fresh EP from rising star Strange Haze, whose recent contributions to the minimal techno have earned him much credo of late. 'Temple Of Truth' is no less out-of-this-world than EPs prior, with each of its tracks seeming to evoke a mystical acid outerzone, with the likes of 'Mystery Traxxxx', 'Outer Body Experience' and 'Nihilistic Sedation' drawing on ideas of spacetime, space navigation and opiate hallucinations.
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TRUST XY3 (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: TRUSTXY 3. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Versalife X Stenny - "Nova Prospekt" (4:50)
Alex Cortex X D Tiffany - "We Run Your Life" (6:23)
Microthol X Clatterbox - "Intertronic" (5:12)
DL/MS X VC-118A - "Tides" (5:58)
Review: The TRUST XY series continues to yield outstanding explorations of where electro can and should head from here, guided by some of the best on the business. This project is all about crossing over interesting artists for unique results and so we get to see what happens when the likes of Versalife and Stenny pool their considerable talents. One of the most intriguing link ups is Microthol and Clatterbox, who lay down a full-fat, inventive strain of big room electro, while Alex Cortex and D Tiffany lock into something more streamlined and effective for the DJs out there. DL-MS and VC-118A are the ones to bring the deep side of the spectrum with their gorgeous 'Tides'.
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 in stock $14.31
Commodified (reissue)
Commodified (reissue) (limited clear vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: REDISC 7LPC. Rel: 16 Nov 23
Intro (0:46)
Consumer Programming (4:39)
Bioethics (3:35)
Living Wage (3:53)
Laundered (5:07)
Market Forces (4:35)
Offshore Banking (4:37)
Dead Civilization (4:11)
Globilization (5:00)
Industry Espionage (4:49)
Austerity (5:11)
Shadow Corp (4:36)
Review: Here's another classic from the archives of the Drexciya-verse, as Disciples track back ten years to revive a somewhat overlooked masterpiece from Gerald Donald, Penelope and Sherard Ingram. Originally released in WeMe, Commodified is a powerful demonstration of electro as more than dancefloor machine funk. There's a strong sense of Ingram's Stingray sound in the eerie sheen of the atmospherics, while Penelope's deep-running history as a techno and electro DJ in Spain bring a sense of structural focus to the project, but it's unmistakably glued together by Donald's distinctive sound and vision. If this got missed by some on its initial release, this reissue should help place it firmly in the forefront of Drexciya's many devoted fans.
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 in stock $28.34
Technicolor (remastered)
Cat: M 003. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Technicolor (radio mix) (4:45)
Color Dubbing (3:28)
Technicolor (long mix) (6:53)
Review: It's time to head back to 1987 and the early days of techno and electro experiments helmed by Juan Atkins and Doug Craig as Channel One at their studio lab in Detroit for this one. Remastered from the original tapes for this reissue, 'Technicolor' sounds as new and inventive now as ever - it has crashing hits and tight arps with hints of Kraftworks tinny synth work over a punchy low end with muffled vocal stabs. Pure body music. Radio and long mixes are included alongside third version 'Color Dubbing'. Essential stuff.
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 in stock $15.63
That Body
That Body (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: PPU 0297. Rel: 06 Nov 23
That Body (4:21)
Fired Up (4:21)
Review: Peoples Potential Unlimited or PPU, is one of the freshest funk labels out there, whether serving up new funk sounds that sound old, or reissuing classic funk sounds that seem bang up to date. Often lo-fi in design but high in emotion, they make for party-starting gems with real swagger. This latest limited 7" is a reissue of a classic from The X-Man, who has apparently been locked away in the Detroit Psychiatric Hospital for the last 30 years. His aggressive funk style pairs driving drums and taught synths with libidinous vocal delivers and plenty of great guitar riffs. Here we have the driving 'That Body' paired with the more deep and bumping 'Fire Up'. Both bang.
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Liquid Wiggle EP
Cat: EYA 025. Rel: 24 Nov 23
Liquid Wiggle (6:45)
TNT (5:18)
Bovine (Radioactive Man remix) (6:06)
Bovine (7:03)
Review: Eya continues to be a hotbed of cheeky club energy as they welcome the power duo Thoma Bulwer and Anna Wall to lay down some nasty grooves after they last collaborated for Serenity in 2021. 'Liquid Wiggle' is a sassy slice of contemporary acid house shot through with trippy FX and catchy tech house motifs, while 'TNT' is a boxy beat down with rubbery electro bass which slots in perfectly on Eya. On the flip, the mighty Radioactive Man steps up with a remix of 'Bovine' which is heavy on atmosphere and his trademark electro flair before the original version closes the record out in a burst of dazzling electro house.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $17.48
Der Rhythmus
Der Rhythmus (splattered vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SYST 01366. Rel: 29 Nov 23
Der Rhythmus
Der Rhythmus (Dense & Pika remix)
Review: Six months after their first collaborative outing 'Die Zeit' in May - also on thyme Systematic label - two bonafide German techno titans have been busy in the studio once more. This time they offer up 'Der Rhythmus' on limited edition splattered vinyl and it is another timeless, terrific and peak time cut. The drums and snares are snappy as you like with distorted bass down low and suspensory arps keeping you on edge as a libidinous female vocal adds the final touches. UK duo Dense & Pika remix with a more stripped-back but not less slamming sound.
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 in stock $23.05
ZMNT 009
ZMNT 009 (12")
Cat: ZMNT 009. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Gravel Pit (5:40)
Ideal Future (5:05)
Acid Thirst (5:57)
Climb These Walls (5:43)
Review: M Parent's penchant for texture is laid bare on this searing and arresting new EP for Zement. It opens with 'Gravel Pit' which sounds like an audio diary from a car-wrecking plant. Twisted metal, fizzing battery acid, and crushed glass all feature over a distorted baseline and broken rhythm. Those same scuzzy sounds define the rest of the EP from the acid-laced 'Ideal Future' to the coruscated funk of 'Acid Thirst' via the caustic intensity of closer Climb These Walls'. An impressively unique offering that very much has its own singularly sound palette.

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 in stock $13.25
Onda (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ITDP 003. Rel: 13 Nov 23
Onda (4:23)
Quadra (4:45)
Review: The ever-excellent Ilian Tape label regular Stenny's 'Onda' comes as a limited one-time pressing "square wave homage" on 180g vinyl and as ever with this artist both tracks are devastatingly heavy and perfect for ultimate dance floor destruction. The title track takes up the A-side and is a crisp and snappy breakbeat underpinned by vast plunging bass notes and detailed with subtle electric fizzes and fills that are all-conquering. 'Quadra' is no less direct with its mix of physical low ends and microscopic details all warping mind and body in equal measure. Do not sleep on this one.
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Grava 4 (reissue)
Cat: CAL009RE2023/C# 25LPBLACK. Rel: 27 Oct 23
Cascading Celestial Giants
Gravity Waves
Powers Of The Deep
Drexcyen Star Chamber
Drexcyen REST Principle (Research Experimentation Science Technology)
Hightech Nomads
700 Million Lightyears From Earth
Astronomical Guidepost
Review: Released in 2002 as the Drexciya project was forced towards an untimely finish with the passing of James Stinson, Grava 4 remains a high-point in the legendary Detroit electro pioneers' catalogue. As ever, the magic of the record lies in the balance between experimental, provocative sound design and fully physical, instinctive machine funk. Stinson and Gerald Donald were able to say a great deal within the parameters of their project, and Grava 4 remains leagues ahead of what most people think electro can be. Just marvel at the likes of 'Gravity Waves', which feels like the truest representation of the genre without ever following a pre-existing formula.
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 in stock $31.78
NOW That's What I Call 80s Dancefloor: Disco & Electro
Cat: LPDF 2. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Irene Cara - "Flashdance What A Feeling" (radio edit) (3:55)
Shalamar - "A Night To Remember" (single version) (3:29)
Rockers Revenge - "Walking On Sunshine" (feat Donnie Calvin - single version) (3:40)
Freeez - "IOU" (7" version remastered) (3:51)
Shannon - "Let The Music Play" (radio edit) (3:29)
Company B - "Fascinated" (edit) (3:49)
Expose - "Point Of No Return" (7" version) (3:31)
Nu Shooz - "I Can’t Wait" (3:37)
Chaka Khan - "I Feel For You" (edit) (4:05)
Jellybean - "Just A Mirage" (remastered 2012) (4:49)
Malcolm McLaren & The World's Famous Supreme Team - "Buffalo Gals" (3:44)
Break Machine - "Street Dance" (7" version) (3:41)
Rock Steady Crew - "(Hey You) The Rock Steady Crew" (3:45)
Ollie & Jerry - "Breakin' There's No Stopping Us" (From Breakin' Soundtrack) (4:27)
The SOS Band - "Just Be Good To Me" (4:05)
Sister Sledge - "Lost In Music" (1984 Bernard Edwards & Nile Rodgers remix - 1995 Remaster) (6:35)
Amii Stewart - "Knock On Wood" (1985 7" remix) (4:05)
Sheila & B Devotion - "Space" (version single) (3:39)
Carly Simon - "Why" (radio edit) (3:30)
Diana Ross - "Upside Down" (4:03)
Odyssey - "Use It Up & Wear It Out" (edit) (3:48)
Evelyn Champagne King - "Love Come Down" (3:17)
Whitney Houston - "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)" (4:48)
Donna Summer - "She Works Hard For The Money" (Edited single version) (4:09)
Lipps Inc - "Funkytown" (3:54)
Patrick Cowley - "Do You Wanna Funk" (feat Sylvester - radio edit) (3:25)
Sharon Redd - "Can You Handle It?" (radio edit) (3:51)
KC & The Sunshine Band - "Give It Up" (4:09)
Indeep - "Last Night A DJ Saved My Life" (radio edit) (4:41)
Review: There is no end to the amount of music that NOW has served up over its many years in the music business. From its thrice-yearly pop comps to its vast decades-long snapshots, it has always offered up the freshest pop hits in fulsome fashion. This latest collection, NOW That's What I Call 80s Dancefloor: Disco & Electro, is a double vinyl album on purple and pink wax that brings together the best disco and electro of the 80s. All the names you'd expect feature from Malcolm McLaren & The World's Famous Supreme Team to Shannon with Freeze, Chaka Khan and more also adding weight.
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 in stock $27.82
Red Tears
Red Tears (12")
Cat: LNDD 002. Rel: 16 Oct 23
Dr. Darkness (5:10)
Hearing Voices (Again) (6:38)
Red Tears (6:43)
Machina Drummer (5:45)
Review: It was all the way back in March of 2021 that La Nota Del Diablo first arrived on the scene with its debut EP. Now, more than two years and the completion of a pandemic later, it is back with a welcome follow up. Christian AB is the able beatsmith behind it and opens up with the heads down house of 'Dr. Darkness'. 'Hearing Voices (Again)' is a more frazzled and twitchy broken beat cut that has fizzy electro energy and 'Red Tears' then brings some classic early 80s house vibes to its bass sounds. There is a blissed out vibe to the delicate cosmic sounds of fantastic closer 'Machine Drummer.'
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Bernesga EP
Cat: AF 052. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Amen (6:06)
Frozen (6:02)
Review: Not in fact the work of a studio duo, Promising/Youngster is in fact the chosen name of electro investigator Diego Cadierno. Cadierno has found a supportive home in Analogical Force, who he returns to with this finally constructed EP of needlepoint machine funk spread across four tracks. There's an electronica slant to his music, not least on the likes of 'Frozen' with its fragile melodic threads and crispy, introspective beats. But 'Amen' and 'Highway' also feature plenty of slap to get a dancefloor moving, if that's what you require from your fresh electro grabs.
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 in stock $16.43
Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe
Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 90R. Rel: 22 Feb 18
Eye Contact (5:28)
It's Your Love (7:29)
Moonlight Rendezvous (7:04)
You Said You Want Me (4:23)
Let Me Be Me (3:32)
Running From Love (2:38)
Lifestyles Of The Casual (5:27)
Sunrays (8:14)
Review: Last year, someone set up an online petition calling for Warp to re-release The Other People Place's brilliant Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe album on wax. Happily, Warp has responded to the strength of feeling from electronica fans - most of whom bristled at the high online prices for second hand copies - and re-pressed it. Drexciya man James Stinson's 2001 solo set remains a timeless electronic classic; a perfectly pitched and immaculately produced fusion of downtempo electro rhythms, spacey electronics and twinkling synthesizer melodies. In fact, you'll struggle to find a better electro album full stop, making this reissue an essential purchase for anyone not lucky enough to own an original copy.
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Cat: REDISC 7CD. Rel: 16 Nov 23
Consumer Programming
Living Wage
Market Forces
Offshore Banking
Dead Civilisation
Industrial Espionage
Shadow Corp
685-471 2
6231-748 3
685-471 1
Review: You'd think there weren't that many stones left uncovered in the quest to reissue all Drexciya-related works, but here's a little nugget from 2013 which may have passed many by. NRSB-11 is a collaborative project from Gerald Donald, Sherard 'DJ Stingray' Ingram and Penelope Martin which resulted in one EP and one album. Disciples have opted to reissue Commodified, and with good reason. This is advanced electro of the highest calibre, absolutely wrought from the same lineage as Donald and Ingram's myriad accomplished endeavours but with a distinct flavour which speaks to Martin's input.
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Meze EP
Meze EP (12")
Cat: MT 170. Rel: 28 Nov 23
Humble Quest
Snake Eyes
Review: Motech is one of those label that has been an ever present in the underground for years and it likely always will be that way, such is the consistency of the output. Label head DJ 3000 steps up for this latest release which takes the label ever closer to 200 outings over all, and as always he mines a perfect sweetspot between techno, breakbeat and house. 'Meze' has tense drum tech underneath mystic and exotic leads from the Middle East, while 'Humble Quest' keeps things nimble with deft synth smears over thud drum funk. The synth-infused and Detroit style techno of 'Tanbur' makes for a serene listen while 'Snake Eyes' brings a little freaky synth energy to close out.
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 in stock $15.36
Quondam Sequences
Quondam Sequences (180 gram orange vinyl 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: ASGDELTD 043. Rel: 19 Oct 23
Citadel (6:15)
Into The Labyrinth (5:26)
Hard Emotion (9:54)
Review: For anyone remotely keyed into the early wave of techno in the UK, the promise of unreleased material from Stasis is a very exciting prospect indeed. Steve Pickton's project was tantalisingly short lived, but we were gifted some seminal albums and EPs in that time. Fortunately he's now struck up a steady working relationship with De:tuned, who are coaxing some unreleased material out of unearthed DATs that allow us to hear more of that next-level machine soul he's capable of. It's staggering to think tracks this good weren't released back in the day, but fortunately they have been now, with 'Hard Emotion' possibly taking the cake thanks to its gorgeous, rounded bassline and enchanting synth lines up top.
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 in stock $17.48
Yellow Jackets Vol 7
Yellow Jackets Vol 7 (limited 12")
Cat: YJ 007. Rel: 17 Nov 23
KEMETIC JUST - "Romance With You" (7:05)
THE REFLEKTOR - "Arawak Track" (6:05)
Review: The latest entry in the Yellow Jackets series takes us back to a couple of gems dug out by dedicated heads with discerning taste. Kemetic Just are always worthy of more shine, not least when it comes to their 2004 album The Peace Between Us. It was a bold take on future jazz and deep house with a raw edge, and 'Romance With You' was a standout track which now gets a full side of vinyl to bump out on. We're not sure on the provenance of 'Arawak' on the B-side, but it's unmistakably the handiwork of Gifted + Blessed under his The Reflektor moniker, which means you get treated to a singular kind of electro full of feeling and flair.
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You Never Take Me Dancing
Cat: GRD 007. Rel: 09 Nov 23
Drift Into The Algorithm (5:13)
Side Gurn (6:03)
You Never Take Me Dancing (5:42)
Strangers On The Train (3:35)
Review: Midland has been smart about his arc as a producer, taking his time rather than churning out releases for the sake of it. As such, when we do get something new from the lad, it always feels like an occasion, and of course the music invariably matches the mood. 'You Never Take Me Dancing' is in fact the B-side opener on this new four-track record, but it plays out like the lead role on an EP bursting with fresh ideas. 'Strangers On The Train' toys with more experimental synthesis and a stripped back mix down that takes its cues from footwork, while 'Drift Into The Algorithm' plays out as the slinkier, shimmering house he's perhaps been better known for of late. The class and consideration just spills out of this record - more than worth waiting for.
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 in stock $16.95
Interdance EP
Cat: INTER 001. Rel: 28 Nov 23
Cabanelas - "Interdance"
Cabanelas & Soto - "Afilando La Faca"
Mich - "1937"
Mich - "Serotonina"
Review: Interdance is a new label tapping into the fruitful trancey tech house sound and its opening gambit features three artists doing great work within the sub-sub genre. Montevideo Electric main man Cabanelas is up first with the widescreen delights of 'Interdance', clearly an anthem of sorts for the label's direction. Then he links up with Soto for the more playful, acid-tickled workout 'Afilando La Faca' which could just as easily work at a warehouse rave as a conventional club. Mich takes over the B side with two contrasting cuts - the shimmering, transcendental '1937' and the synth-pop influenced 'Serotonina'. Along with the A-side tracks, they confirm Interdance as a new label to watch in this buoyant scene.
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Trying To Go Back EP
Cat: PARTOUT 803. Rel: 21 Sep 22
Reflexivity (6:09)
Aerial (6:01)
Introcity (6:13)
Non Futuristic (6:08)
Review: Curity is a Russian artist who brings his distinctive Eastern European sounds to this new EP on Partout. He kicks it off with 'Reflexivity' which pairs silky synths and well swung claps with Detroit techno sounds that Derrick May once dubbed hi-tek soul. 'Aerial' is another majestic machine workout with its own sense of heart and warmth from the finger clicks, bulbous bass and neon, wispy synths. 'Introcity' kees the future vibes alive with more serene synth work and classy techno grooves then 'Non Futuristic' rounds out in buoyant fashion.
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 in stock $12.70
Syro (tri-fold 3xLP)
Cat: WARPLP 247. Rel: 18 Sep 14
Minipops 67 (Source Field mix)
XMAS EVET10 (Thanaton 3 mix)
Produk 29
4 Bit 9D Api E 6
Circlont6a (Syrobonkus mix)
Fz Pseudotimestretch E 3
Circlont14 (Shrymoming mix)
Syro U473t8 E (Piezoluminescence mix)
Papat4 (Pineal mix)
S950tx16wasr10 (Earth Portal mix)
Review: It's rare that an electronic album is the biggest album of the year, or at least the most hyped. That's certainly the case with Syro, Richard D James first official release under his Aphex Twin moniker for some 13 years. So, is it in any good? For starters, it sounds like an Aphex Twin album. Listen through to the 12 tracks, and many of his familiar staples are present - the "Digeridoo" era rave breakbeats, the mangled synth-funk mash-ups, the intoxicating ambient-era melodies, the warped basslines and the skittish drill & bass style rhythms. There's madness, beauty and intensity in spades. In other words, it's an Aphex Twin album, and - as so many have pointed out since the album's release was announced - there's no-one else quite like Richard D James.
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Tags: IDM
 in stock $28.08
Space Invaders Revenge
Cat: V 006. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass (XL remix) (9:14)
Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass (instrumental remix) (6:39)
Pong's Run (with Intergalactic Gary) (4:06)
Review: It's been 22 years since the release of I-F's razor-sharp Dutch electro anthem, "Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass". Given the upsurge in interest in electro of late, it's little surprise to see the man himself offering up this reissue, which is focused around two previously digital-only revisions that first landed back in 2010. Stretched out across the A-side is the brilliant - and undeniably mind-altering - "XL Remix", a nine-minute revision that gives greater prominence to the producer's twisted electronic riffs, industrial strength melodies and dusty drum machine percussion. This time round, it comes accompanied by both a vocoder-free Instrumental take and "Pong's Run", a lesser-known collaboration with Intergalactic Gary that's slow, spacey, out-there and thoroughly intoxicating.
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No UFO's (remastered)
Cat: M 001R. Rel: 29 Mar 23
No UFO's (4:13)
No UFO's (instrumental) (7:04)
Future (4:52)
Future (instrumental) (5:06)
Review: One of techno's genuinely foundational records, Juan Atkins' 1985 debut single as Model 500, has been treated to the remastered reissue treatment. Effectively an extension of the sci-fi-seeped Afro-futurism he explored with Rik Davis as Cybotron, 'No UFO's' is a Detroit electro classic that sounds every bit as far-sighted now as it did in the mid 1980s. As well as the vocal and instrumental versions, we also get similar takes on original B-side 'Future', an even more spacey-sounding electro jam whose lyrics confidently predict that "techno's here to stay". As he often is, Atkins was of course correct.
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Played by: Lexx
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Computer Age (feat Universal Cave mix)
Cat: ERC 148. Rel: 09 Oct 23
Computer Age (club mix) (4:59)
Computer Age (dub mix) (4:59)
Computer Age (Universal Cave Discomix) (13:35)
Review: King Sporty is something of a chameleonic artists, not that many people know. He started out int he 70s making reggae and soul 7"s, then moved into disco, boogie, hip-hop and electro 12"s during the 80s, and then when house music hit in the 90s he evolved once more. This new drop from Emotional Rescue takes a tune from that late era. 'Computer Music' is four to the floor with electro influences and a lazy break that pull you in deep. Far-sighted chords bring a serene sense of cosmic majesty while a filtered vocal adds space age vibes. A dub is included as well as the Universal Cave Discomix by the Philadelphia DJ and production crew. A retro-future EP indeed..
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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)
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Detwat (coloured vinyl LP)
Cat: FXHEHITECH 2. Rel: 03 Jul 23
Nu Munni (feat FullBodyDurag) (3:10)
Money Phone (2:11)
Clap That A$$ (2:04)
Shrimp N Grits (feat JMT) (1:49)
Zooted (feat DJKillaSquid) (2:22)
WhyYouFuggMyOpps (feat Link Sinatra, Ciarah) (2:26)
Glitch N Ass (feat Cheapskate Skutta, Dastardly Kids) (3:12)
Birthday Pearls (feat QuikKash) (2:17)
Pocket Pussy (feat Milfie) (1:51)
TakeOffOnnaPorsche (1:59)
TeeTees Dispo (feat Sprng4evr) (2:31)
No Games (feat Nlghind, Dastardly Kids) (2:54)
Review: Is there a more vital label in all of underground electronic music than FXHE? It never ceases to amaze us how Omar S manages to put out so much music of such high quality, mostly of his own making, but also from plenty of satellite producers he lures under his wing. This time we're treated to a rare full-length from someone other than the boss as the Motor City's Hi Tech duo step up with a raw ghettotech workout. These are sleazy tracks with raw production, bumping basslines, high-speed rhythms and plenty of rapped vocals packed with juke and footwork attitude.
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Scopex 1998-2000 (remastered)
Scopex 1998-2000 (remastered) (gatefold 4xLP in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: TRESOR 300X. Rel: 09 Aug 22
Simulant - "New Machines" (6:35)
Simulant - "Musical Box" (5:55)
Simulant - "Wav Form" (6:44)
Simulant - "Wav Form" (mix) (7:10)
Simulant - "Untitled" (Locked Groove) (2:00)
Simulant - "Knife Edge" (7:28)
Simulant - "Spectre" (6:56)
Simulant - "Access Future Audio" (4:43)
Simulant - "Access Future Audio" (mix) (8:19)
Pollon - "Lost Souls" (5:46)
Pollon - "Lonely Planet" (7:09)
Pollon - "Intro" (2:29)
Pollon - "Lost Souls" (mix) (4:42)
Pollon - "Xtro" (2:07)
Simulant - "Optimal Flow" (5:17)
Simulant - "Pressure Point" (5:08)
Review: Electro lovers will be foaming at the mouth over this one - it is a super luxe reissue of some seminal UK electro from the late 90s. It channels plenty of Drexcyia vibes with its cinematic sound and sci-fi overtones and sounds as good now as it ever has. All of the tunes on it have been remastered from DAT tapes and included along the way is 'Original Flow' which wasn't on the album before and has never been released. It was only recently unearthed having been written in 2000.
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 in stock $28.88
Conditioning Consciousness
Cat: BAP 169. Rel: 16 Nov 23
Magick Angels' Invocations (5:19)
Come Follow Me Here (6:20)
Interpreting The Cards (6:19)
The Riddler In Me (6:15)
In Exile (6:21)
The Talisman Of Algol (5:18)
Victim Of Illusion (6:02)
Le Sagittaire (4:42)
The Demiurge & His Archons (6:03)
Catch Me If You Can (5:11)
The Chariot (5:53)
The Five Swords Of Venus In Aquarius (5:54)
Review: Dutch 'West Coast' sound pioneer Ruud Lekx has been serving up suitably dark, throbbing and wayward dancefloor jams since the mid 1990s, most frequently under the name familiar Rude 66 alias. On his latest full-length excursion - the long-serving producer's first for six years - the clandestine melodies, weirdo analogue synth sounds and horror movie soundtrack textures have been dialled up to eleven. That's no bad thing, because Lekx does it far better than most. For proof, check atmospheric chugger 'Magick Angels' Invocations', the acid-laced early morning beauty of 'Interpreting The Cards', the slow motion dark-Italo pulse of 'Victim Of Illusion', the swirling ambient darkness of 'The Demiurge and his Arcons', and the sub-bass-propelled headiness of 'The Chariot'.
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 in stock $31.00
Remind Me
Remind Me (12")
Cat: FSR 109. Rel: 14 Jul 22
Remind Me (4:59)
Remind Me (Different Style) (4:37)
Review: Once more unearthing a rare and classic electro funk piece, Candy McKenzie's 'Remind Me' gets a proper 12" reissue, homing in on her classic cover of the Patrice Rushen original. Chugging, slick and wacky, McKenzie's vocals glisten and flit over a raw electro beat, heralding offbeat and Texan funk guitar, electrics and basses alike. As much is true for the 'Different Style' dub on the flip.
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Babyrise Bluedreamers
Babyrise Bluedreamers (limited 12")
Cat: OB 0025. Rel: 25 Oct 23
Babyrise (8:17)
Bluedreamers (7:52)
Bluedreamers (ETI rework) (5:08)
Review: We know a rave/breakbeat EP from San Francisco when we see one, and are just as liable to get excited for it as you are. So strap in. The collaborative duo of two scene favourites Graeme McAllister, Eric James and Tim "Buna" Bibilla, E.T.I and Graeme first released 'Babyrise Bluedreamers' under the name 'Babyrise' way back in 1996, on their very own Oboro imprint which took after the infamous image of the ouroboros, i.e. serpent eating its own tail, as its logo. As much should be clear from such an image: this is an entheogenic breaks two-sider, with the opening 'Babyrise' working in vocal croaks and whispers between an energized rave pattern, and 'Bluedreamers' getting much slipperier with it, and its central twinge bass sounding like an alien spaceship hovering over the horizon.
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Dismantled Into Juice
Dismantled Into Juice (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: XL 1330T. Rel: 09 Jun 23
Toast (2:41)
Panic (3:36)
You Can Build Me (feat Monstera Black) (3:29)
Body Ramen (4:13)
Dismantled Into Juice (feat Monstera Black) (4:04)
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Past Crimes
Past Crimes (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: PKP 011. Rel: 16 Nov 23
Brute (5:20)
Recall (5:42)
The Heat (5:43)
Cosmos (7:02)
Elements (6:46)
Review: Raj Pannu has past form working with Coldcut, but he's making waves as a solo producer and following up a record in 2017 with this stand out slice of broken techno for To Pikap. The Greek label prefers taking a sideways approach to club music, and that's evident from the deft swerve on Pannu's 'Brute' as it glides through fragmented synth licks and syrupy bass. Tapping into a vein somewhere between Livity Sound and Fever AM, this is modernist gear for the crooked crowd. Subtlety comes as standard, but not at the expense of flair and finesse.
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Fabric Presents Helena Hauff
Cat: FABRIC 217. Rel: 21 Sep 23
Helena Hauff - "Turn Your Sights Inward"
Dynarec - "Sunken Park"
Clarence G - "Data Transfer"
Slam & Optic Nerve - "Machine Conflict"
The Exaltics - "10 0seco Ndstil Lmidn Ight" (feat Paris Yje Black Fu - Lorenzorx remix)
YTP - "What U Want"
Turk Turkelton - "Rock It"
Yarn Init - "Tripcon II"
Signaltype - "In Abyss"
Illektrolab - "Overdrive"
Ement - "Despite Of Time"
Raavel - "Wakalaka"
Imogen - "Granular Tears"
Radioactive Man - "Night Bus To Nowhere"
Fjaak - "F-zero"
Nite Flyte - "Naïve"
Magda Rot - "Alter Simus"
MicroControlUnit - "Save The World" (MCU Apocalypse mix)
D-Breeze - "Crazy For Love" (Autechre remix)
Review: Helena Hauff is surely one of the most important envelope pushers in the modern electro scene, able to lay waste to parties big and small with her razor-sharp fusion of early EBM and industrial, slamming, deeply-dug machine funk and thunderous techno. Cutting hard and fast to keep the energy up and our minds fried, her invitation to the Fabric presents series is just another confirmation of the stature she commands. If you're down with Hauff's style you'll get exactly what you crave here - all-time classics from the likes of Clarence G and Radioactive Man alongside up to the minute bomb drops from IMOGEN, Nite Fleit and so many more besides.
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The Collected EPs: Volume 2
Cat: ABPLP 009. Rel: 06 Oct 23
Pod (5:58)
Traffik (6:32)
Echno (7:44)
Asteroid (6:32)
Deff (5:57)
Ghost (6:05)
Spook (10:37)
Medusa (5:52)
 in stock $31.52
Techno Drivers (reissue)
Cat: ET 028. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Techno Drivers (2023 - Rebuild extended mix) (5:27)
Techno Drivers (instrumental) (4:00)
Signal ET28 (3:21)
Space Circus (Rebuild extended mix) (3:05)
Review: Erik Travis is a cult legend from the Detroit electro underground, doing things his own way via his F.A.C.T label and keeping the vibe raw and nasty throughout. After dropping the Legends album in 2020, he's taken a trip back to revisit the track 'Techno Drivers' and given it an overhaul for 2023. It's a brittle, jittery slice of ghettotech which is primed to make you jit, and it also comes in an original instrumental form as well. On the flip, 'Signal Base' features more of those jerky drum machine beats locked into a tracky, but funky as hell, groove. 'Space Circus' heads into freakier territory, slamming down an oddly accented beat and doing some freestyle key jamming over the top.
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Zydereen De Neptuno EP
Cat: PARTOUT 1801. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Zydereen De Neptuno (6:04)
Black Light (5:48)
Lead-Acid Mentality (6:20)
Nocturnal Passengers (6:15)
Review: Buckle up and hold on tight for the latest electro excursion from the French folks behind the Patrout label. Buraye is the man in the driver's seat and sets his sights on the stars with 'Zydereen De Neptuno' which has zippy synths and snappy snares all weaving in and out of the drums. 'Black Light' then has a more menacing and darker bassline and 'Lead-Acid Mentality' brings the cyborg funk with a punchy beat and snaking bassline keeping you guessing. Last of all is 'Nocturnal Passengers' - defined by its squelchy and plunging bassline.
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Cat: INN8 006. Rel: 25 Sep 23
Gilbert - "Low Flying Objects" (6:17)
Gilbert - "Unknown Entities" (5:58)
Owain K - "Corona Borealis" (6:57)
Owain K - "New Horizon" (7:01)
Review: The small but already well-formed Innate label offers up a superb split EP for its sixth outing. Gilbert opens up with 'Low Flying Objects', a widescreen and serene bit of synth-laden tendon with more than a hint of Motor City soul over the dusty drums. 'Unknown Entities' is a brain-cleansing and celestial electro-styled cut with dreamy pads and cinematic deepness. Bristol-born, Welsh-rooted Owain K then steps up to the flip with equally painterly sounds. 'Corona Borealis' pairs deep and rubbery bass with crisp electro drum patterns and far-sighted chords. 'New Horizon' then closes out with some delightfully dozy deep house that's laden with wispy chords and undulating bass.

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The Beat By Spun: West Coast Breakbeat Rave Electrofunk 1988-1994 Vol 2
Cat: BEATSPUN 002. Rel: 03 Oct 23
DJ EFX (Beta Test) - "Star Trax" (3:06)
Wechselspannung - "220V" (Extract) (6:36)
Jupiter 6 - "A8" (4:53)
The Ultraviolet Catastrophe - "The Trip (Trip Harder)" (7:22)
Electroliners - "Loose Caboose" (7:21)
High Lonesome Soundsystem - "Champion Sound" (4:32)
Single Cell Orchestra - "I Hear The DJ's Here" (5:05)
Jim Hopkins - "C'mon Now" (3:02)
Central Fire - "Kamba" (The Lost Session) (7:29)
DJ Emma - "The Duster" (Fuck Off & dance mix) (7:26)
Review: Continuing the Above Board label's flawless run of historical compilation projects, San Francisco legend DJ Spun has been invited back to paint another picture of a unique chapter in the Bay Area's rave history, from 1988 to 1994. Compared to the more storied East Coast and Midwest dance music movements, the unique brew of cultural backdrops and influences in SF and the surrounding area led to a particular strain of breakbeat rich in psychedelia, responding to the very different Californian climate. Across two slabs, this second volume takes us further into a lesser told story of rave's early days, featuring cult legends long overdue recognition for their distinctive approaches to electronic dance music.
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Played by: Marco Gallerani
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Wipe Out: The Zero Gravity (Soundtrack)
Cat: LPS PS14. Rel: 14 Nov 23
WipE'out (intro) (1:10)
Hakapik Murder (4:07)
Messij (5:15)
Canada (6:12)
Tenation (2:42)
DOH-T (5:15)
Trancevaal (5:14)
Surgeon (4:06)
Cairodrome (5:17)
Body In Motion (5:14)
Cardinal Dancer (5:21)
Cold Comfort (5:05)
Kinkong (4:30)
Operatique (5:18)
Plasticity (3:55)
Messij (extended) (9:20)
Argon (0:29)
Phloem (0:25)
Xenon (0:36)
Xylem (0:26)
WipEout (intro - U-Ziq remix) (3:33)
DOH-T (Wordcolour remix) (6:07)
Xylem (Brainwaltzera remix) (4:42)
Canada (James Shinra remix) (6:59)
Messij (Kode9 remix) (3:59)
Trancevaal (Simo Cell remix) (4:48)
Cairodrome (Surgeons Girl remix) (4:15)
Messij (Datassette remix) (5:00)
Review: An especially astute 90s throwback comes in the form of this Lapsus Records reissue of Cold Storage's 'wipE'out' - The Zero Gravity' soundtrack. Cold Storage is the one-time moniker of Welsh game musician Tim Wright, whose original pieces making up this work - the OST for the nominal, lightning-fast futuristic racing game - come amidst well-known soundtrack curations a-la Leftfield, The Chemical Brothers and Orbital. But it's Wright's work that is most novel here, centring on accelerated notes of drum & bass and the pure synth rush of trance; the kinds of sonic signifiers that production newcomers know, love and constantly rehash today.
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ZMNT008 (12")
Cat: ZMNT 008. Rel: 30 May 23
901 Area (4:09)
Sxx (4:08)
JMS (4:23)
We Are (3:33)
Resist (4:39)
Destroy (4:14)
Review: Raw Takes offers up exactly that - perfectly imperfect electro jams direct from his machines. We last heard from him here at Juno back in 2020 on a VA via the Sample Delivery label but here he takes charge of all six cuts on this new Zement EP. '901 Area' opens with wobbly sheet metal synths and zippy pads that eventually coalesce around a nice snappy electro breakbeat. 'Sxx' pairs ambient pads with machine gun laser fire and 'JMS' then brings a more deep and reverential viber. The rich variation continues on the flip so that there is everything from tripped-out acid to hard-hitting and ear-drum-shattering electro-tech.
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Visitors Vol.1
Cat: AI 002. Rel: 23 May 22
Relpek - "False Prophets" (5:09)
Ollie Drummond - "Spider Ink" (7:42)
Bronxy & ETRE - "Thibo" (8:14)
Hydra Machine - "Inverted" (5:48)
Review: Alien Imprints is back with their second release which includes some well-respected artists along with rising talents showcasing their skills.

False prophets - Relpek A.K.A. Kepler is a DJ/producer who hails from the North of England. His offering is a crisp electro track that generates a calculated bass, analogue stabs and phrases with sweeping synths.
Spider Ink - Ollie Drummond, a respected DJ from London gives us a proper tech house number solid 4:4 beats, crafted basslines and pad effects that follow with acid riffs.

Thibo - Bronxy and ETRE from the Ukraine collaborate on this deep house affair, with soulful grooves, smooth deep bassline and "spacey vibe" pads create a cool hypnotic flow.

Inverted - Hydra Machine's music is influenced by 1980's electro. Deep 808 inspired beats meets an "Electro Funk" bassline, 80's style pads and acid bleeps combine together perfectly.

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Nanoclusters (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: CPU 01111001. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Khroxic Mould
Metro Esc
Digit Six
Metal Glass
Review: Global Goon should be familiar to anyone with an appreciation for real deal braindance from the label that coined it, Rephlex. As a veteran of Aphex's label, the Goon has proven himself to be gifted in the art of off-kilter electro more than enough over the years. Quite simply, no-one is giving machine funk quite the flair and verve this guy is, and his wobbly jams are over-flowing with ideas. This is exactly what braindance is all about, wringing emotion, originality and sense of mischief out of the noisy boxes in your studio. At eight tracks, this is more like an album than an EP, all the better to sink your brain into.
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Turn Up The Beat EP
Turn Up The Beat EP (12" limited to 280 copies)
Cat: BARRO 009. Rel: 15 Nov 23
Turn Up The Beat (5:54)
I Hope To Return (5:03)
New Day (3:45)
Wipeout (5:07)
Face To Face (5:20)
 in stock $18.01
Voice Of The Brain EP
Cat: VLS 11. Rel: 15 Nov 23
Dreamra (5:17)
California (4:31)
Voice Of The Brain (9:57)
 in stock $16.16
Fast Feelings 2.0
Fast Feelings 2.0 (limited 12")
Cat: THECOMFORT 001. Rel: 08 Sep 23
Bonus Beats
Amber Haze
Review: Bubbly, high-tech new beat / neon techno business from London newcomer DJ Lo-Tek (though the "newcomer" status is certainly relative, as the same person has already put out a number of EPs under the name Sohrab). The moniker shift, however, certainly represents a new direction for the artist; 'Fast Feelings 2.0' is an exercise in an abstracted, retrofuturistic style, away from more generic or prescribed dance music conventions, playing up the more neon-lit, rainsoaked, midnight moods one might lend to techno had they just stepped out of the 1980s. Our favourite is the subtle ballad-rave pulsings of 'Powa'.
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Set It Off
Cat: JB 001. Rel: 26 Apr 05
Set It Off
Set It Off (instrumental)
Review: Classic party starter by George Logions and Walter Gibbons. A hybrid of early 80s disco and electro. Feel the 808!!
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TRUST XY2 (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: TRUST XY2. Rel: 22 Mar 23
Microthol X Ultradyne - "Hostile Invasion" (Land Of Injustice mix) (5:03)
Clatterbox X Peder Mannerfelt - "Semi-Automatic" (4:53)
Microthol X Second Storey - "Dissonanz" (6:13)
DL-MS X Alex Cortex - "Last Smoke" (5:08)
Review: Trust is a long running Viennese electro label run by DJ Glow. Its latest release is a fierce four tracker featuring various artists, all undisputed luminaries of the electronic music scene. On the first side of Trust XY2 you have a true force to be reckoned with in the form of Microthol X Ultradyne with the sinister Detroit computer funk of 'Hostile Invasion' (Land Of Injustice mix) followed by the inimitable Peder Mannerfeldt's industrial-edged reconstruction of Clatterbox's 'Semi-Automatic'. On the second side, UK artist Second Storey provides a re-rub of another track from the Microthol back catalogue on 'Dissonanz' and finally veteran producer Alex Cortex delivers a minimal electro rework of DL-MS' track 'Last Smoke'.
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Weekend Warrior
Cat: SPLX 08. Rel: 08 Jun 23
Cloaking Device (4:37)
Liquid (5:00)
Super Creep (4:06)
Weekend Warrior (5:04)
Review: Paul Blackford's Weekend Warrior shows him to have many different electro styles in his arsenal. This fierce four-tracker on Superlux is the latest in a long line from this underground mainstay, most of which have come on the revered Central Processing Unit. This one opens up with the snappy snares and lush chords of 'Cloaking Device,' a deep space trip full of cyborg funk. 'Liquid' has a more melodic and bouncy vibe, the cheery melodies loop up top over more snappy drum programming and silky pads. 'Super Creep' manages to sound both eerie and up for a good time - the restless bassline doing plenty of great work beneath more trippy keys. The title track is a lovely bit of deep, driving, celestial electro to close.
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