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sT8818r Humanoid
sT8818r Humanoid (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ASGDE 035. Rel: 03 Dec 21
  1. Stakker Humanoid (4:57)
  2. sT8818r (Luke Vibert remix) (4:32)
  3. sT8818r (A664 mix By Autechre) (4:25)
  4. sT8818r (Mike Dred remix) (7:23)
Review: Harking back to the very dawn of acid house in the UK, Humanoid will forever be an emblem for a revolutionary moment when this new music and its attendant culture befuddled the establishment and entranced the youth. A chart classic like no other, 'Stakker Humanoid' blew the rave scene apart and now it's getting a fresh airing thanks to the ever-excellent De:tuned label. That means the remix line-up comes in heavy, leading in with Luke Vibert bringing a fierce strain of acidic breakbeat with his own cheeky flair bedded in. Meanwhile, Autechre deliver the 'A664' version, which predictably rearranges the track to their own geometric design, but not at the expense of the electro-funk clout, and then UK acid veteran Mike Dred delivers a wonderfully dirty 303 throbbing take to send the package home in style.
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Sublunar Tides
Sublunar Tides (limited transparent red vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: PLANT43 006LP. Rel: 29 Nov 21
  1. Sublunar Tides (6:05)
  2. Links Forever Forged (6:19)
  3. Arc Furnace (6:03)
  4. Concrete Breakers (5:45)
  5. Neon Sentinel (5:31)
  6. Transient Cities (5:34)
  7. Perfect Ruin (3:07)
  8. Still Sparks (7:08)
  9. Tides Align (5:03)
Review: The sixth album by Emile Facey under the Plant43 moniker and the seventh release on his Plant43 Recordings imprint since its inception in 2020, Sublunar Tides is his most expressive and stylistically wide ranging to date. Over 52 minutes and nine tracks the album whisks the listener effortlessly from fast-paced dancefloor electro through the slowmotion cloud-soaring of Concrete Breakers, the intricate experimental synths of Perfect Ruin to the lilting, songlike tones of the emotional album closer 'Tides Align'.

A co-founder of London's Bleep43 crew, Facey has been promoting underground electro and techno since the 90's. As a producer he's been releasing records since 2005 with a string of releases on respected scene favourites such as Central Processing Unit, Frustrated Funk, Semantica, Shipwrec and Cultivated Electronics. He has played live alongside DJ Stingray, ERP/Convextion, Sync 24, Surgeon, Legowelt, Urban Tribe, Svreca, Datassette among many others.







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BBC EP
BBC EP (12")
Cat: EMCV 010. Rel: 03 Dec 21
  1. Intro (0:12)
  2. BBC (7:39)
  3. Mvmnt Dtctd (6:00)
  4. Beyond The Horizon (6:57)
  5. Quakers (5:51)
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Nauhuri
Nauhuri (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: INFILTRATE 010. Rel: 29 Nov 21
  1. Nauhuri (5:04)
  2. Autiomaa (6:21)
  3. Lumivyory (4:47)
  4. Polaaritahti (4:00)
  5. Mustikka (5:11)
Review: Sturdy electro thumpery from Konery TMI, served up in five portions across what will surely prove a highly delectable EP for fans of the genre. Opening track 'Nauhuri' and 'Automaa' are both full of grace and gorgeous, effortless glide, while 'Lumivyory' alters the mood somewhat to get down and dirty with some thoroughly filthy acid squelch filth. 'Polaaritahti' takes its cue from the more minimal 80s sounds of Egyptian Lover or Hashim, before we draw to a close with the more serene and soothing 'Mustikka'.
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Exit Planet Earth: Radon
  1. The Exaltics & Paris The Black Fu - "Wea Poni Zedin Form" (4:02)
  2. Alex Jann - "Android Memory" (5:31)
  3. Lost Souls Of Saturn - "Rave Is Back" (6:31)
  4. Kim Cosmik - "Moonrise" (6:58)
Review: Ralph Lawson's Leeds based 20/20 Vision label has made a distinctive shift into electro territory over the last couple years. It is a sound the boss has said has long been in his heart despite him being best known as a house head and longtime resident at Back to Basics, and the quality of the tunes he unearths to put out more than backs that up. The Exaltics & Paris The Black Fu kick off with a shiny, bright, visceral metallic electro workout then three further cuts take in dark wave drum machine rhythms and acid-laced bangers.



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Inside The Microbeat
Cat: CE 040. Rel: 04 Nov 21
  1. Oriental Sunset (6:36)
  2. Inspired Law (7:17)
  3. Drunk On Delays (7:35)
  4. Inside The Microbeat (6:16)
  5. Sluper Smashed (5:54)
  6. The Arrival (7:06)
  7. Haunt Times (6:38)
  8. Solvent Flavours Revisited (4:59)
  9. Lightwire (6:52)
  10. Avoid The Ploid (5:56)
  11. Spatial Racing (10:20)
Review: London's Phil Bolland, known as Sync 24, finally serves up his much anticipated debut album Inside the Microbeat on Cultivated Electronics. It is a fully formed word of electro, IDM and interplanetary funk that plays out with a cinematic narrative. Some tracks soar to the stars, others get down and dirty in some rotting post-human wasteland. There are what sounds like mangled voices and haunting spirits stitched into the bump n grind of the title track while the likes of 'Solvent Flavours Revisited' is a soundtrack to cosmic warfare. Evocative stuff for sure.
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486 134
486 134 (blue vinyl 12")
Cat: SCAS 5. Rel: 05 Nov 21
  1. Hot Bath (5:11)
  2. Further Away (5:13)
  3. Inflammatory (5:38)
  4. Inflammatory (Syrte Fever Dream) (5:36)
  5. 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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X (remixes)
Cat: HVN 59512. Rel: 03 Dec 21
  1. X (Paranoid London remix) (8:00)
  2. X (Minsky Rock remix) (4:32)
  3. X (Paranoid London instrumental) (7:45)
  4. X (Minsky Rock instrumental) (4:33)
Review: Sydney Minksy-Sergeant and his band Working Men's Club have had a big year following the release of their self titled album and recent single 'X.' Now it gets some remixes from hefty contemporary names starting with Paranoid London, who are known for tough as you like and caustic acid house workouts. Minsky himself serves up his own rock interpretation and both tunes come with their own instrumentals for more direct dance floor action. Whichever you chose, the results will be indelible and immediate.
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Transient Love EP
Transient Love EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: EYA 015. Rel: 22 Nov 21
  1. Hi-Z (6:18)
  2. Warming Feel (6:21)
  3. Impulse (6:30)
  4. Onset (6:37)
Review: Here comes D.A.B., aka Sonodab or J.E.D. Tape, with some fierce new wares for the ever-excellent EYA label. There's a tough 90s tint to 'Hi-Z', thanks in no small part to a chunky bass riff which borders on industrial. 'Warming Feel' edges a little more towards trance, at least that early Frankfurt version of it, in the psyched-out FX that pepper this largely drum-oriented track. 'Impulse' kicks off the B-side with another slice of upferrit rave tackle that puts all the emphasis on the punch of the drums and a bass that'll hook you right in. 'Onset' may be the B2 but it doesn't let up on the pressure, dropping some more of that muscular fare that makes EYA records such a sure shot for those hot and sweaty peaks of a proper party.
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Situation Hot
  1. Situation Hot (6:03)
  2. Situation Hot (Intrumental) (6:25)
  3. Situation Hot (radio edit) (4:41)
Review: The Arabian Prince & The Sheiks is actually Kim Naze. He debuted on this label back in July with a reissue of an EP that dates back originally to 1985 on Rapsur Records. Now he is back with more of his rugged, proudly analogue electro goodness in the form of this scintillant and throwback single 'Situation Hot.' It first came in 1986 so bares all the loveable production hallmarks you would expect from that era - icy cowbells, jacked-up drums, serene chords and a beat to make you move your body in funky fashion. The original comes with an edit and instrumental.
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More Than Machine 02: Part I
  1. Christian Smith - "I Want It" (4:57)
  2. DJ Godfather - "Invasion Of Detroit" (5:18)
  3. Carl Finlow - "Anomaly 3" (6:48)
  4. Samuel L Session - "Engine Of War" (5:52)
Review: One of this week's more pleasantly surprising releases is by Christian Smith's longstanding Tronic label, and features artists you wouldn't usually expect. Motor City stalwart DJ Godfather serves up some dystopian electro on 'Invasion Of Detroit', legend Carl Finlow presents another fine example of his idiosyncratic futurism on 'Anomaly 3' and even Swedish techno veteran Samuel L Sessions gets in on the electro act - on the data bass of 'Engine Of War'.
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Solar
Solar (gatefold clear vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: LR 001RPCLEAR. Rel: 02 Dec 21
  1. Sparks Of Life (6:24)
  2. Polygon Pulse (feat DNCN) (6:33)
  3. Indigo (feat Jono McCleery) (5:29)
  4. The Separation (4:42)
  5. Eternal 808 (feat DNCN) (6:21)
  6. Kepler's Journey (5:34)
  7. Solar Wind (feat DNCN) (7:17)
  8. Wash Away My Tears (5:34)
  9. The Tesseract (7:40)
  10. Lucid Dreamer (6:32)
  11. Swan Dive (8:50)
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Music Madness (reissue)
Cat: DEMREC 682. Rel: 03 Dec 21
  1. Who Is It (6:10)
  2. We Control The Dice (3:56)
  3. Listen To The Bass Of Get Stupid Fresh (part II) (4:29)
  4. Ladies (UK remix) (3:56)
  5. Big Band B-Boy (4:46)
  6. Music Madness (5:28)
  7. Electronic Energy Of (5:33)
  8. Scream (5:26)
  9. Mega Mix (5:07)
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Zeroes Bites
Cat: DSREEVO 007. Rel: 25 Nov 21
  1. Gong 603 (6:12)
  2. Promiza (7:22)
  3. Tin Rain (5:56)
  4. Dayszoom (5:07)
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Rhythm Export EP
Cat: HHANDS 019. Rel: 18 Nov 21
  1. Rhythm Export (6:12)
  2. Georges Discovery (5:47)
  3. Purple Haze (7:14)
  4. Elezon (5:58)
Review: Unconventional club music enthusiasts Holding Hands have got Suki and Sniper1 to join forces on another rule breaking, floor jacking EP of twisted electro and techno here. 'Rhythm Export' opens in lively fashion, with energetic kicks pinging about the mix beneath spaced out pads and acidic lines. 'Georges Discovery' warps more heady synths round dusty kicks that pound away relentlessly and 'Purple Haze' is a 90s video game soundtrack that takes you to the next dimension. Last but not least, 'Elezon' is new age rave with funky drums and razor sharp hi hats that go back to the future.
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808 Box 5th Anniversary Part 10/11
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808 Box 5th Anniversary Part 10/11 (LP limited to 250 copies)
Cat: FUND 017010. Rel: 28 Oct 21
  1. Cygnus - "DTX" (4:58)
  2. Umwelt - "Basic Variation" (4:03)
  3. The Exaltics - "My Point Of View" (3:17)
  4. Hermes 3 - "Pro Loco Et Tempore" (3:34)
  5. Vema Diodes - "Mechanic System" (5:09)
  6. D'arcangelo - "Asset 5" (4:41)
  7. Noise&Noise - "Nonlinear" (2:38)
  8. Andrea Benedetti - "Last Warning" (5:26)
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Y01
Y01 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: XYY 01. Rel: 29 Nov 21
  1. Track 1 (6:53)
  2. Track 2 (5:54)
  3. Track 3 (5:03)
Review: Having just made a splash with a 12" of adventurous leftfield techno, Intercepts simultaneously emerges as an inventive force in the field of electro too. Again, we get three shadowy producers stepping out at a mean clip, with 'Track 1' running faster than average and revelling in razor sharp edits that split the difference between braindance, d&b and machine funk and come up with dark, sinewy gold. 'Track 2' eschews the kicks and works a few more melodic elements into the mix for a starry-eyed piece with an underlying spookiness. Then 'Track 3' locks into something much more upfront with a chunky lead hook and satisfyingly dirty drums. There's serious flex in the synth work here, suggesting someone that may have been honing their craft for some time already. Electro heads take note - this is something different.
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Geist
Geist (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIS 326. Rel: 08 Nov 21
  1. Geist (6:05)
  2. YvY (5:10)
  3. Raunch (4:42)
  4. E-606 (4:55)
Review: Arsonist Recorder lands on 20/20 Vision with his debut EP 'Geist'. Following outings on Specimen Records, Diffuse Reality, Bass Agenda and his own imprint ZwaarteKracht. The EP sees Arsonist Recorder continue his exploration into groovy dark-matter electro- beats and abstract, abrasive sound-design. The title track 'Geist' kicks things off with deep Drexciyan bass and disorientating synth, an all out electro assault on the senses that sets the pace for the four track EP. 'YvY' follows this up like a 90% proof chaser, committing you to the land of no return as perfectly crafted drum patterns lay down heavy robotic funk with driving bass lines complimented by a peppering dark synth melodies.

On the flip side 'Rauch' switches things up with rapid fire pad work, serving up fast paced breaks in a dose of hyper speed electro grooves. Wrapping things up E-606 forges an evocative robotic war cry, firing on all cylinders with restlessness club-rocking rhythms.

With previous releases catching the attention of the late Andrew Weatherall as well as Detroit's electro Don, DJ Stingray, Arsonist Recorder is definitely not one to sleep on!






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Kuldaboli
Kuldaboli (12")
Cat: STILLEBEN 059. Rel: 28 Oct 21
  1. Baktus Theme Song (3:07)
  2. Hlith VIth Hlith Helviti (4:30)
  3. Sputnik (2:53)
  4. Skulagata (2:57)
  5. Sorry Meth Mig (3:16)
  6. Sterkur Leithtogi (3:44)
Review: Mr Kuldaboli hails from Scandinavia and brings with him the subtle sounds of his homeland on this new EP for Stilleben. It is an electro EP with a unique personality, one built on excellent basslines and with plenty of romantic electro overtones. 'Baktus Theme Song' with shiny chords and a pixelated bottom end over crunchy drums, then 'Hlith VIth Hlith Helviti' gets more dense and busy, with squelchy sounds and distorted vocals. 'Skulagata' is a more clean and sparse sound that voyages off into the future while glitchy mashing sounds and far-sighted chords play off against one another to great effect on 'Sorry Meth Mig.'
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Afterwork Programming
Cat: BP 010. Rel: 28 Oct 21
  1. Dancing Data (3:40)
  2. Keep On Wshn (3:20)
  3. Echosystems (4:17)
  4. Istisu (3:55)
Review: Guga Gusein's MSRG alias has led to some choice EPs on labels like Heretic Electro, Between Places and Analog Concept since 2018, but most of that has come this year. The purple patch continues with a new one on Between Places that offers some super delicate and sleek electro on opener 'Dancing Data.' There is a turbocharged sense of ghetto tech funk to the hyper-driven drums of 'Keep On Wshn' while 'Echosystems' is a balmy, widescreen deep house cut with spaced out ambient pads. The lush and pensive 'Istisu' closes down with more superbly tender electro stylings.
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Zeroes Bites
Zeroes Bites (green marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: DSREEVO 007GREEN. Rel: 25 Nov 21
  1. Gong 603 (6:11)
  2. Promiza (7:21)
  3. Tin Rain (5:58)
  4. Dayszoom (5:09)
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Expression Directe
Expression Directe (hand-stamped 12" repress)
Cat: CELTD 005. Rel: 08 Nov 21
  1. Expression Directe (4:52)
  2. TBX72 (6:15)
  3. Fixed Based Operator (4:57)
  4. Squawk (4:25)
Review: French veteran Maelstrom makes a notable debut here on Cultivated Electronics. The always precision groove specialist brings drive focus and intent to all four cuts, with the devastating funk of 'Expression Directe' opening in fierce fashion. 'TBX72' rides on buying drums, with whip-snapping synths flashing about the mix and coruscated textures bringing it further to life. There is both elastic drum work and musical synth touches to 'Fixed Based Operator' before 'Squawk' looks you in a gurgling baseline with slapping hits and wild acid sounds all popping right off
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Esoteric Enterprise
Esoteric Enterprise (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: GTD 017. Rel: 02 Dec 21
  1. Esoteric Enterprise (5:46)
  2. The Future Is Not What It Used To Be (5:34)
  3. Echoes From Another World (3:53)
  4. Raum & Zeit (5:03)
  5. Servants Of The Future (4:48)
  6. Stranger In A Strange Land (4:48)
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808 Box 5th Anniversary Part 2/11
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808 Box 5th Anniversary Part 2/11 (LP limited to 250 copies)
Cat: FUND 017002. Rel: 28 Oct 21
  1. Johan Inkinen - "Kvastekulla Wanderer" (1:08)
  2. Franck Kartell - "Voyager I" (3:21)
  3. Franck Kartell - "Voyager II" (3:20)
  4. Penelope Martin - "QV100" (3:39)
  5. Victoria Lukas - "Cosmic Junkies Theme" (5:20)
  6. Depressor - "Sadness" (5:09)
  7. Plant43 - "Ice Giant Transmission" (5:09)
  8. Mauro Nakimi - "Lektramind" (4:18)
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808 Box 5th Anniversary Part 8/11
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808 Box 5th Anniversary Part 8/11 (LP limited to 250 copies)
Cat: FUND 017008. Rel: 28 Oct 21
  1. The Hacker - "Pure Energy" (part 2) (5:43)
  2. Darren J Horgan - "Enter The Realm" (radio edit) (5:22)
  3. Digitek - "Magic Carpet" (3:44)
  4. DVS NME - "Polyandrium" (5:32)
  5. Di'jital - "Dreaminception" (3:24)
  6. Kind Human Being - "Electric Infinite" (3:09)
  7. Noise&noise - "Big Chill" (2:58)
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Ryoko 003
Ryoko 003 (limited hand-stamped double 10")
Cat: RYKO 003. Rel: 01 Dec 21
  1. Polykarp (6:36)
  2. Timeslip (5:16)
  3. Parrots In A Graveyard (5:34)
  4. Deep Thunder (6:42)
Review: Self-styled "melodic electronic acid braindance techno" specialist Moy is having a very successful 2021, with this fine double 10" EP for Royko following similarly sublime outings on Exalt, Emotec and Dynamics of Acid. Opener 'Polykarp' sets the tone, with gentle acid lines, starry chords and bubbly electronic melodies wrapping around rolling electro beats and attractive blasts of rolling breakbeats. 'Timeslip' is a darker and weightier breakbeat workout peppered with electronic bleeps and emotive piano lines, while 'Parrots in a Graeyard' is a mid-tempo affair laden with rumbling, UKG style bass, sustained chords, raw rave stabs and funk-fuelled breaks. Closing cut 'Deep Thunder', meanwhile, is another would-be rave roller with a pleasingly spacey finish.
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Crushed
Crushed (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIS 323. Rel: 01 Nov 21
  1. Proton Mass (6:15)
  2. Centronix (6:02)
  3. Axiom (6:55)
  4. Cascade Lasers (6:14)
Review: Carl Finlow has been a prominent name in UK electro since the mid-90s, releasing music at an astonishing rate under a variety of monikers. Silicon Scally defines his most strictly electro-oriented project, reflective of the Kraftwerk era and the emerging electro-scene, with releases on respected labels such as Cultivated Electronics, CPU and of course 20/20 Vision, with music from a variety of Carl's monikers being amongst the labels earliest releases.

'Crushed' is a sought after album project originally self-released on Finlow's Bandcamp during the 2020 lockdown. We felt the release was to important to be overlooked without a much deserved run of vinyl, so have pressed a limited run of records featuring futuristic electro highlights and the best unreleased cuts.

'Proton Mass' kicks things off with perfectly crafted robotic funk, solid mechanical breaks and mind bending glitches, setting the landscape for a journey into the abyss with Silicon Scally unshakeably at the helm. 'Centronix' follows up with razor-sharp rocking beats, squelchy bass and jarring grooves as if designed for high pace no nonsense club sets from the likes of DJ Stingray or Helena Hauff.

On the flip side 'Axiom' takes us deeper into the void with dark basslines, complex drums and unapologetically disorientating frequencies. A track that makes us question if Finlow has transcend to a future state where he is more machine than man, sending psychoactive messages in the form of killer electro cuts.

'Cascade Lasers' wraps up this epic dose of electro with interstellar energy, driving things home with deep bass wobbles, high octane breaks, wrapped grooves and tormenting yet playful synth licks. Yet another release that has us convinced the late great Andrew Weatherall was indeed correct!

"For quite a number of years now I have been convinced that Mr Finlow is a conduit for musical transmissions beamed from a parallel universe, sometime in the future" - Andrew Weatherall.




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Wireless Internet (reissue)
Cat: REC 5. Rel: 29 Oct 21
  1. The Analyst (3:58)
  2. Illuminated Displays (6:07)
  3. I-Mode (2:31)
  4. Wireframe Images (5:36)
  5. P2101V (4:00)
  6. NTT Docomo (4:38)
  7. Software Version (5:14)
  8. Devoid Of Wires (4:35)
  9. Wireless Internet (5:48)
Review: Arpanet is Gerald Donald, the Detroit techno producer who is most famous for his work as Drexciya alongside the late great James Stinson. Following the reissue of his most essential 2006 album Inertial Frame, it is now Wireless Internet that gets served up afresh by the French label Record Makers. In the 19 years since the album first arrived - his first under the alias - nothing has dimmed its shine. The sound throughout is warm and futuristic, with bleeping melodies and bumping drums, silvery hits and a cyborg funk that defines everything Donald ever does. From the bright lights and optimism of 'Illuminated Displays' to the more down, dirty and rugged bass of 'NTT Docomo,' you do not want to sleep on this one.
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Detroit EP
Cat: MM 06. Rel: 13 May 21
  1. D-Twah (6:02)
  2. Tour De Troit (5:09)
  3. La Belle Vie (6:03)
  4. Acid Renaissance (6:46)
Review: Six releases in and Michigander label head Brian Kage teams up with the legendary French Techno producer, Taho, aka David Jacopin. The electronic music world knows to put respect on the Motor City, but the "Detroit EP" represents a fusion, emphasizing l'accent aigu - not a typo or spec on your screen that needs cleaning. Between Kage and Taho, their production pedigree includes releases for labels like FXHE, Planet-E, Delsin, F.Comm, and more, so it's no surprise the pairing makes for a masterfully produced EP covering the spectrum of Detroit house and techno sounds, with an added deft touch from its French connection.
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Orbital Resonance EP
Cat: EMOTEC 001. Rel: 19 Jul 21
  1. Dreamcoast (6:03)
  2. Wheel Of Time (6:02)
  3. Echolab (5:12)
  4. Cyclotron (5:55)
Review: MOY has been whipping a very tasty strain of braindance over the past year across a number of labels such as AC Records, Batrachian and Exalt. These are surely bountiful times for warm, playful acid and tricksy electro, and this latest drop from the London-based artist on new label Emotec surely adds fuel to the fire. MOY's sound is rounded and self-assured, striding forth with the moody, breaks n' bleeps vibe of 'Dreamcoast' and bolstered by the emotional jack of 'Wheel Of Time'. 'Echolab' has a fatter, more polished finish to it, but once again the gnarly 101 and 303 lines are front and centre. 'Cyclotron' offers up something a little deeper to close the EP out, completing a beautifully rendered set of braindance dynamics.
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Hidden Geometries
Hidden Geometries (limited 12" picture disc)
Cat: SCKS 2PD. Rel: 30 Nov 21
  1. Hidden Geometries (6:30)
  2. Hidden Geometries (Plaid remix) (5:09)
  3. 5C1-F1 (6:45)
  4. Videogame (3:41)
Review: Through their fledgling 5-year career, Samy Goossens and Pascal Hetzel have proven themselves groundbreaking musical tricksters, culminating in over 10 limited 12"s since 2016 under the duo name CYRK. This repress of the broken, electro-dystopic 'Hidden Geometries' - the duo's favourite of all the original pieces they've ever recorded - now sees a hand-picking by the pair, and an exclusive, rhythmatic remix by titanic Warp trio Plaid on the A2. Two new tracks also grace this one; '5C1-F1' lets up the A's melancholy for gut-punching breakstep, while chiptune techno is checked off on 'Videogame'. All chuff, no fluff.
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Generative Operations 3
Generative Operations 3 (limited 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DCOM 018. Rel: 12 Nov 21
  1. GenOp9 (5:54)
  2. GenOp10 (7:48)
  3. GenOp11 (6:25)
  4. GenOp12 (6:02)
Review: Spanish label Drivecom had been on a rather extended hiatus of seven of or years. Fans of forward thinking electro will remember it fondly though, and now boss man Boris Divider continues its return with the third and last episode of the Generative Operation series. It is another cinematic elector offering with a widescreen vision and evolving synth lines that reach into the cosmos. There are supple and subtle minimal rhythms, bleeping and pulsing tones and 303 basslines that are brilliantly stark and cold. Spaced out electronic music doesn't get much better.
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Manifold
Manifold (140 gram vinyl double 12" repress)
Cat: VIS 320. Rel: 18 Oct 21
  1. Binary Worlds (8:24)
  2. Covert Ops (5:26)
  3. Shadow Union (5:15)
  4. Isotropic (6:15)
  5. Manifold (6:23)
  6. Mystica (6:12)
  7. Cyclical Pathway (5:36)
  8. Ambrosia (7:13)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Versalife continues a prolific run of deep and dynamic electro soul with this double pack on 20/20 Vision. The scene is set early on with the smoky pads and crisp drums of "Binary Worlds" - equal parts deep-diving machine soul and body-popping 808 funk. Things get nastier with the strafing monosynth punctuating "Covert Ops" and the edgy creep of "Shadow Union" on to "Manifold"s luxuriant sound world. The quality level remains staggeringly high as we trip through classically informed electro of every shade, adding yet another accomplished payload to the formidable Versalife catalogue.




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Direct Hit (including Cignol mix)
Cat: VIS 325. Rel: 15 Nov 21
  1. Direct Hit (7:13)
  2. Direct Hit (Cignol remix) (6:26)
  3. Iris (5:21)
  4. Core Velocity (6:11)
Review: 20/20 Vision has always been a label that sets the bar high when it comes to dancefloor releases - one of Yorkshire's most treasured institutions, to say the least. And while historically the imprint has often been on a tech-y house tip, lest we forget the is the crew that were letting a then-emergent Paul Woolford explore the outer reaches of electro house and breaks way back when, and that attitude hasn't really changed since.

Here the team hand the spotlight to another Leeds name, Alfred, who responds with three original tracks that are punchy, funky, engaging and hugely impactful. Broken beats, subtle rave hoover lines, mind-melting synth arpeggiations and a thoroughly futuristic feeling throughout. Definitely a powerful addition to any DJ's arsenal - the sort of tunes that can marry up well with so many styles and always grab maximum attention.
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Volume III
Volume III (LP + insert)
Cat: PPUEW 1. Rel: 08 Nov 21
  1. Celebrate A Groove (2:21)
  2. Arrested For The Funk (3:50)
  3. Make You Wanna Dance (3:42)
  4. She's Electric (4:42)
  5. Sexy Body (3:26)
  6. Girls Gone Bad (3:46)
  7. Slow Dance (interlude) (4:17)
  8. This Is Dedicated (3:58)
Review: During 2020's numerous lockdowns, Roc The Producer and Electro Wayne returned to the studio and put the finishing touches to their third release on People's Potential Unlimited -a belated debut album of revivalist synth-boogie and P-funk that's so authentic you'd be forgiven for thinking that it was recorded in 1982. What we get is an attractive mix of colourful P-funk synths, jaunty synth-bass, TR-808 percussion and a mixture of talbox, vocoder and sung vocals. While mostly club-ready, there are also a number of seductive slow jams, making it a well-rounded album that fits the standard format of classic boogie and '80s soul LPs.
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Void
Void (140 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: INFILTRATE LP01. Rel: 15 Nov 21
  1. The Source (4:53)
  2. Reconnect (4:02)
  3. Saturn (4:13)
  4. Isolate (4:28)
  5. Void (4:53)
  6. Objective (4:29)
  7. Stargate (4:18)
  8. Flash (4:30)
  9. Reflect (5:28)
  10. Horizons (5:12)
Review: Back in 2018, previously unheard artist James Infiltrate impressed via a punchy EP of club-focused electro numbers. It later emerged that the mysterious producer was none other than Constant Sound founder Burnski. Here he dons the alias once more for a full-length excursion three years in the making. It's a fine album, too, with the long-serving producer delivering a winning combination of punchy, club-ready beats, sci-fi fired synth sounds, moody Michigan bass and the kind of authentically spacey atmosphere that has long been associated with the greatest electro records. There's also enough subtle variety in terms of tempo and style to guarantee that you'll not get bored of it any time soon. Highly impressive, but did we really expect anything less?
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Purple Planet EP
Purple Planet EP (translucent blue vinyl 12" limited to 250 copies repress)
Cat: SUSLTD 019BLUERP. Rel: 08 Nov 21
  1. Dark Frequency (5:15)
  2. Esoteric (5:10)
  3. Creative Energy (6:06)
  4. Work Baby (5:59)
  5. Sexy Dancer (5:56)
  6. Where Were You (5:07)
Review: REPRESS: Blake Baxter aka The Prince Of Techno returns to his roots with this six-track 12" of raw Detroit minimalistic grooves.
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Bassin Space
Cat: MIND 001. Rel: 22 Nov 21
  1. Bassin Space (2020 mix) (4:20)
  2. Androganeous (5:06)
  3. Winter Flowers (6:00)
Review: Detroit electro veteran Keith Tucker is back with some sci-fi bass pressure on Electro Is A State of Mind. The breakneck dystopian funk of A side cut 'Bassin Space' is reminiscent of another classic by Model 500, while over on the flip there's the deep and introverted groove of 'Androganeous' followed by the emotive futurism of Winter Flowers.
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No One Feels For Your Love
  1. No One Feels For Your Love (5:07)
  2. Psychic Playmate (3:42)
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Exit Planet Earth: Silicon 
  1. Extrawelt - "Hail The Whale" (Coexisting mix) (6:45)
  2. Djedjotronic - "NDE" (4:45)
  3. Ste Roberts - "The Rebirth 2.0" (6:44)
  4. Ivna Ji - "Rescape" (6:19)
Review: 20/20 Vision are exiting planet Earth once again with the latest in their perfectly formed series of electro explorations, as Extrawelt leads the charge with an illustrious slice of braindance-tinted funk titled 'Hail The Whale (Coexisting Mix)'. Djedjotronic follows that up with a bold blast of mammoth synth work which hits pretty damn hard without being pointlessly brutal. Ste Roberts takes a break from his self-titled label run to offer up a freaky foray into acid-speckled territory, and Ivna Ji gets expressive with a rich palette of synths moving in harmony around a sharp and snappy beat.
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A Selection Of Works Part 2
A Selection Of Works Part 2 (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: KNOE 7/2. Rel: 26 Jul 21
  1. Carl Finlow - "Islands"
  2. Carl Finlow - "Conflict"
  3. Voice Stealer - "Undercover"
  4. Silicon Scally - "Moment"
  5. Carl Finlow - "Equilibrium"
  6. Carl Finlow - "Texture Map"
  7. Voice Stealer - "Evaluation"
  8. Carl Finlow - "Endgame"
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Carl Finlow is one of the great unsung heroes of British electronic music, with a raft of aliases and projects that burst with inventive production, warmth and a sense of fun that so much slickly produced techno and electro misses. For Those That Knoe are doing the right thing in gathering together some choice cuts from over the years - the Voice Stealer jams in particular stand out with their miscreant tones and overall uneasy atmosphere tapping into the malaise of the darker Drexciya-related output. There are all shades of electro to be enjoyed on here though, and hopefully it'll place Finlow on the radar for a few more heads.
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Melchester Acid EP
Melchester Acid EP (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: ACIWAX 32. Rel: 12 Feb 21
  1. Melchester Acid (part 3) (6:30)
  2. Melchester Acid (part 2) (5:49)
  3. Emotinium (11:45)
  4. Home Game Acid (edit) (13:16)
  5. Away Game Acid (edit) (12:04)
Review: Hold on to your gum boots and pack the squelch-proofs, Roy Of The Ravers is back with more of his peerless machine gurgles from the acid dimension. 'Melchester Acid (Part 3)' picks up midway through what sounds like a particularly gnarly jam where a grotty thump and slow sweeping filter work is finely balanced by a seductively spooky atmosphere. If 'Part 2' that follows is from the same jam it doesn't show, as this beast takes a more malevolent route into the heart of acid darkness. The big news on this release though is a much-needed vinyl pressing of 'Emotinium', the track that broke Roy to the wider populace back in 2015 thanks to its keen, AFX-approved sense of braindance romanticism.
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Floorwax EP (feat Cardopusher & Hrdvsion remixes)
  1. Danger (feat Paris The Black Flu) (4:23)
  2. Floorwax (feat Foremost Poets) (4:39)
  3. Floorwax (feat Foremost Poets - Cardopusher remix) (5:10)
  4. Floorwax (feat Foremost Poets - Hrdvsion remix) (5:05)
Review: Captain Mustache is a new energy in the club scene who surfaced with a bang last year and has since notched up releases on Bordello A Parigi, My Favourite Robot, Bedrock and Kompakt no less. Now he's stepping forth with his biggest belters to date on Return To Disorder, kicking off with the massive 'Danger' featuring certifiable legend Paris The Black Fu on vocal duties. 'Floorwax' is also packing some club scene clout into its electro fantasy, with the mighty Foremost Poets sneaking some spooky lyrics into the mix. On the flip, 'Floorwax' gets remixed by Cardopusher and Hrdvision, who respectively jack the track up and freak it right out, widening the scope of the record without leaving the seedy ambience Return To Disorder prefers to lurk in.
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Food For Thought (HVL mix)
Food For Thought (HVL mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BAS 007. Rel: 11 Feb 19
  1. Food For Thought (6:14)
  2. Resist (6:00)
  3. Tuesday Blues (8:11)
  4. Tuesday Blues (HVL Wreckage) (6:00)
Review: Traditionally, Darko Esser's outings as Tripeo have tended towards the hypnotic and trance inducing. It's notable, then, that his latest EP - the first Tripeo 12-inch for 18 months - mixes things up a little. "Food For Thought", for example, fixes melancholic, Convextion style musicality to crunchy, EBM-influenced techno drums, while the fuzzy, dirt-encrusted "Resist" sees the producer give deep electro an angular, lo-fi makeover. "Tuesday Blues", meanwhile, sees him stack layer upon layer of positive electronic melodies atop rubbery, Afro-house influenced techno drums before Bassiani/Horoom resident HVL rounds things off with his skittish, breakbeat-powered revision of "Food For Thought", which sounds like a giddy blast from the past despite the poignant nature of Esser's melodies.
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Let The Music Play
Let The Music Play (purple marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: SPEC 1827. Rel: 21 May 21
  1. Let The Music Play (remix) (6:04)
  2. Let The Music Play (5:47)
  3. Let The Music Play (dub mix) (6:14)
Review: Shannon's debut single from her debut album, 'Let The Music Play', defined an era. It was a huge crossover hit and one of four number ones from the American singer and was the start of the huge dance-pop sound that dominated for many years after. The gated 808 drums are one of the most popular sounds of the time (also heard on the likes of Phil Collin's 'In The Air Tonight') and here they are paired with some spaced out reverb, crisp snares and big keyboard stabs. It's prickly and futurist even mow, and that vocal is always going to get any club going wild. Two versions are served up here next to the original on a slick purple vinyl.
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Fight To The Finish EP
Fight To The Finish EP (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: DICA 018. Rel: 25 Nov 21
  1. Get The Strap (6:34)
  2. Secure The Bag (6:03)
  3. Failure 2 Launch (4:28)
  4. Motor City Blues (8:14)
Review: Detroit's Filthiest is a no frills producer who bangs together elements of electro, ghetto and jungle with techno to make visceral, physical tracks designed only to get a floor jacking. This latest aural assault, however, shows a different and more atmospheric side. It comes on Defrostatica and kicks off with the jerking rhythms and crashing hits of 'Get The Strap.' 'Secure The Bag' is a more thoughtful track with ambient pads and plenty of open space above the crisp drums and 'Failure 2 Launch' is a mid tempo rhythm with deft pads and certain sensitivity. It's the final tune 'Motor City Blues' that takes the best track award here - forlorn trumpets over dusty, tumbling broken beats with deep house chords and plenty of Motor City soul.
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Linea Aspera
Linea Aspera (LP + insert)
Cat: DE 031LP. Rel: 29 Oct 12
  1. Synapse (4:17)
  2. Eviction (4:03)
  3. Preservation (4:06)
  4. Fer-De-Lance (3:55)
  5. Malarone (4:08)
  6. Hinterland (3:49)
  7. Lamanai (3:59)
  8. Reunion (3:47)
Review: Linea Aspera is the London duo of Ryan Ambridge (Synths/Programming) and Alison Lewis (Vocals/Synths). They began the project in November 2011, technically drawing inspiration from electronic music from the early 1980s. Within the duo, Alison writes and performs all vocal elements, while Ryan is responsible for the writing and performing of the electronics, as well as recording and mixing of the final recordings. For their debut album they utilized small, simple analog synthesizer set up: Roland SH-09, Roland Juno 6, Vermona DRM MKiii, Korg Poly 800 and Analogue Solutions Semblance. Linea Aspera's sound includes clear influences from early electronic body music, classic synth-pop and, in some instances, industrial and noise. Lyrically the band incorporates the sciences of osteology, neuroscience, and anthropology weaving a new medical language around themes of desire, despair and renewal. Linea Aspera serve up an icebox of dark doom riding on Alison's powerful vocals with a soft but sharp touch.
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I Go
I Go (12")
Cat: GUDU 007. Rel: 15 Sep 21
  1. I Go (6:00)
  2. I Go (instrumental) (5:59)
  3. I Go (acappella) (3:03)
Review: Global dance music superstar Peggy Gou comes back with a second super summer single that is widely infused with her own distinctive influences. Chiefly, that is a love of 90's dance anthems, which was rekindled in her during downtime during the pandemic. Released via her own Gudu Records, 'I Go' is a catchy, singable bit of throwback dance-pop with her own vocals front and centre. The old school beats and bass will get any party pumped, with the synth work looks to the cosmos and explores a very different vibe to her previous single. An instrumental and acappella are also included on this lovely 12".
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Detroit Party Train (remastered)
  1. Detroit Party Train (5:36)
  2. Nothing's Like Detroit (5:47)
  3. Dutch Friends (5:13)
  4. Detroit Technobass (4:38)
  5. FM Sucks (Give It To 'Em) (4:54)
 in stock $12.12
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Daevas
Daevas (limited hand-numbered hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MTRONW 009. Rel: 03 Dec 21
  1. New Realities (3:51)
  2. Takthi (4:39)
  3. Con-Form (5:24)
  4. Ahriman (5:52)
  5. Mossadegh (5:11)
  6. Hashashin (4:12)
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