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Face One
Face One (12")
Cat: MR 01. Rel: 19 Feb 19
  1. Tremendous (7:02)
  2. Fill U (6:53)
  3. Kill (6:21)
  4. Elevator (6:09)
Review: Andrew James Gustav's Marginal Returns label debuts with something rather special: the first every vinyl outing from Two Phase U aka Hernan Gonzalez, an obscure Uruguayan artist who previously produced one CD-only album "Techknowledge" way back in 1998. As you'd perhaps expect, there's a delightfully retro-futurist feel to the four tracks on show, which riff on various aspects of '90s electronic music and were apparently all made with period equipment. Our pick of the bunch is probably "Elevator", which sees the South American wrap emotive chords and cheery melodies around a snappy electro/braindance backing track, though the breakbeat-driven, R&S-goes-to-Detroit-via-Sheffield flex of "Fill U" is also impressive. You, though, may have other favorites; it's one of those EPs that includes four formidable tracks.

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 in stock $12.22
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The Ultimate Wave Riding Vehicle
  1. Aqua Lung (6:12)
  2. Wave Slave (6:38)
  3. ELEKTRO (5:29)
  4. Biometric (5:07)
 in stock $9.76
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Shervin EP
Shervin EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: NOE 001. Rel: 11 Feb 19
  1. Shervin (7:24)
  2. Waffles (5:53)
  3. Towerdrive (8:13)
  4. Leonardo (6:13)
Review: Traffic wardens Bodin & Jacob are back, bringing the retroverted sound of Frankfurt to their brand new imprint Not On Earth. They have stated that they heard countless good tracks in the past and wanted to create a new platform to release them. This inaugural release is everything you'd expect from the much loved duo, from the bleepy/boompty minimal funk jam "Shervin", warm and emotive second wave influences (think early Planet E/Peacefrog) on "Waffles", to the classic B-boy electro jam "Leonardo". Wicked artwork on the sleeves by Martin Pierre Taylor too.
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 in stock $12.49
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Far Away From Everything
Cat: VG 008. Rel: 21 Feb 19
  1. ARP (1:47)
  2. Far Away From Everything (3:54)
  3. Legacy (4:30)
  4. Thinking Of You (4:28)
  5. Imaginary (5:18)
  6. Signals From The Parallel Universe (4:17)
  7. Get Down (3:50)
  8. Globular Cluster (3:34)
Played by: Dmitry Distant
 in stock $11.68
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Incorporeality (incl. Kris Baha remix)
Incorporeality (incl. Kris Baha remix) (180 gram vinyl 12" repress)
Cat: CDA 026. Rel: 11 Feb 19
  1. Incorporeality (6:32)
  2. Liquid Sky Drone (6:28)
  3. Liquid Sky Drone (Kris Baha remix) (6:48)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: After two solo releases on Lovefinger's ESP Insitute, and two more 12" as Greenvision (his collaborative project with Trent) Juan Ramos graces Berlin's Cocktail d'Amore Music with a new outstanding EP.A'Incorporeality' and 'Liquid Sky Drone' are both vibrant, hallucinating, trance inducing tracks. Full-on sonic layering and unexpected drum patterns compose these two bangers. Multidimensional is the right term to describe Ramos' music. His futuristic approach, yet full of references from the past, is gaining a strong reputation within the contemporary electronic scene.AMelbourne-Berlin based Kris Baha is on remix duties. 'Liquid Sky Drone' becomes an industrial ballad - cinematic and romantic, at the same time bouncing and synthetic.AArtwork by Boldtron, virtual reality artist based in Barcelona.
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 in stock $10.31
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Cong Burn 04
Cong Burn 04 (140 gram vinyl 12" repress)
Cat: CB 04. Rel: 11 Feb 19
  1. Flaty - "Clearences" (5:23)
  2. Lack - "Multiplier" (6:42)
  3. Chekov - "First Thought" (5:46)
  4. Martinou - "Guide Pattern" (6:59)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: The quality of the Cong Burn releases shows no signs of slowing as they reach their fourth volume, rounding off a sterling year for the label. Russian producer Flaty makes an appearance here with the metallic, motorik electro of "Clearences" before Lack slows things down with the clanky funk of "Multiplier". Chekov has a more full bodied techno sound to impart, using spacious sound design to create a rich and immersive modernist jam, while Martinou completes the set with a subtle, shuddering and shimmering effort that dips below the radar of dancefloor convention to achieve a more subliminal effect.
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 in stock $8.68
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Convergence
Cat: BP 006. Rel: 14 Feb 19
  1. Cybernoid (5:02)
  2. Operator Theory (5:10)
  3. Dimensional Analysis (3:52)
  4. Vector Space (5:13)
 in stock $11.40
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Voskhod
Voskhod (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BAPXX 8. Rel: 15 Feb 19
  1. Voskhod I (6:47)
  2. Voskhod II (7:32)
 in stock $8.42
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Groovepressure 13
Groovepressure 13 (140 gram vinyl 12" repress)
Cat: GROOVE 13. Rel: 21 Jan 19
  1. No Mistake (8:03)
  2. Rebirth (5:39)
  3. A Squared Groove (7:42)
  4. Real Thing (6:24)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Groovepressure is back by popular demand after a 13 year hiatus and kicking things off with re-releases and new productions from the original Groovepressure artists. Taking influence from original UK techouse and techbreaks, Detroit techno, Chicago House, electro, deep house and 90's electronica, Groovepressure is about keeping these influences fresh whilst looking towards the future. Releases will include new music plus re-masters and remixes of sought-after Groove Pressure classics. Groovepressure came from the underground and had support from legends like Laurent Garnier and Andrew Weatherall with recent support from the newer school including Onur Ozer and Raresh. A² (aka Andy Panayi and Alec Stone) are London bred artists who originally appeared on Groovepressure in 2001. Their tracks will form the first comeback release on Groovepressure. "No Mistake" and "Rebirth" are both re-mastered Groovepressure classics in their own unique tech-breaks style whilst "A² Groove" and "Real Thing" are new releases taken from the vaults and keeping the same vibe.
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Casa Sports Vol 2
Casa Sports Vol 2 (12" repress)
Cat: CSV 04. Rel: 07 Feb 19
  1. OCB - "Computer Default" (4:32)
  2. Jamal - "One Point Zero" (5:16)
  3. Kosh - "Casablanca Vice" (6:04)
  4. Polyswitch - "CSV Shuffle" (5:09)
Played by: Goddard
 in stock $10.85
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So Strange
So Strange (12")
Cat: WE 008. Rel: 15 Feb 19
  1. Fortify (6:53)
  2. Holy Hell (8:37)
  3. Looking In (7:13)
  4. So Strange (8:21)
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Going Clear EP
Cat: TFAD 4. Rel: 06 Feb 19
  1. Double Helix (1:50)
  2. Infinity 2 (6:30)
  3. Sky Walking (5:05)
  4. Going Clear (5:30)
Review: More high grade material from Brother Nebula, a mysterious artist whose previous releases on Legwork brilliantly joined the dots between spacey electro and raw, rave-fired material. This EP feels a little more thoughtful and considered, with glassy-eyed ambient opener "Double Helix" being followed by a deliciously warm and melodious chunk of soundscape electro bliss. This evocative, melody-driven feel extends into B-side opener "Sky Walking", where bubbly acid lines, punchy vocoder vocals and cascading synthesizer melodies cluster around a bustling, breakbeat-driven electro groove. As if to prove he still likes it rough and raw, closing cut "Going Clear" is a bustling, sub-heavy workout that recalls the bleep-era electro tracks of overlooked British producers Ubik and Sinewave.
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Played by: Mando
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Holographic Emotion EP
Holographic Emotion EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ORSON 015. Rel: 28 Jan 19
  1. Circuitous (6:45)
  2. Epsilon (6:57)
  3. Holographic Emotion (5:30)
  4. Threshold (7:08)
Review: Orson's intrepid adventures in the nooks and crannies of leftield techno, electro and bass continue apace with this sure shot from the mighty Carl Finlow. One of the UK's leading (and longest serving) exponents of electro comes correct with four razor sharp slabs of upfront rave-ready tackle. "Circuitous" is a snarling acidic beatdown, while "Epsilon" pivots around crooked polyrhythmic trysts that will have your brain body popping into next week. "Holographic Emotion" channels some gorgeous Drexciyan synth funk, and "Threshold" amps up the layers of sci-fi dread for a trip into a dystopian tomorrow where it rains 303s all day and night.
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Silverlight EP
Cat: EBEAMZ 030. Rel: 13 Feb 19
  1. 50 Yen (4:46)
  2. Silverlight (5:10)
  3. Rainfall (4:35)
  4. Tulip (3:31)
Review: Following up a terrific 2018 that closed out with a killer output by Robert Dietz, Jensen Interceptor and Hugo Massien, U.K. label E-Beamz are back with more throwback sounds, this time courtesy of the enigmatic Vort who makes an impressive debut on the label here. From the brooding underwater electro-funk of killer opener "50 Yen", the rolling junglist stepper "Rainfall" to the depth charged yet emotive soul of "Tulip", Vort is keeping a low profile at present but we are pretty sure you'll be hearing more from this promising producer in this year.
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 in stock $10.59
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I Am Not A Robot
I Am Not A Robot (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MTRONW 003. Rel: 15 Feb 19
  1. Alien Insane (5:22)
  2. Idiomatic Transnominator (6:29)
  3. I Am Not A Robot (5:45)
  4. Ksitigarbha (5:59)
 in stock $8.96
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Voyager 1 EP
Cat: LR 012. Rel: 15 Feb 19
  1. Take Off (7:00)
  2. Landed (4:33)
  3. Explore (6:44)
  4. Return (5:32)
 in stock $9.50
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Bombers
Bombers (12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: 777 18. Rel: 19 Feb 19
  1. Textasy - "Highland Park Acid" (3:59)
  2. Textasy - "Hold Up Wait A Minute" (4:13)
  3. Nasty King Kurl - "No Thanks!" (6:07)
  4. Nasty King Kurl - "Sucka DJs" (feat Kiki) (5:46)
Review: More two-for-the-price-of-one brilliance from the 777 label, which in recent times has served up a number of EPs showcasing cuts from two or more artists. This time round, Texan booty-shaker Textasy handles side A, first serving up the clanging, distorted and skip-heavy electro-acid madness of "Highland Park Acid" before once again showing his love of Miami Bass via the fizzing, floor-friendly thrust of "Hold Up Wait A Minute". Sometime Serious Trouble contributor Nasty King Kurl comes to the fore on the flip. "No Thanks" is a wonderfully wild, twisted, bouncy and weighty chunk of acid-fired techno insanity, while Kiki collaboration "Sucka DJs" offers a twisted, 21st century take on the classic "booty bass" sound.
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OVNIE 001
  1. Domenico Rosa - "Motion23" (5:38)
  2. Himalaya Juice Culture - "Dr Q-Tip" (6:20)
  3. Pohl - "Virtual" (5:54)
  4. Chris Geschwindner - "Binarize" (6:27)
Review: There's much to admire about this debut EP from freshly minted Spanish label Ovnie. Imprints Records co-founder Domenico Rosa kicks things off via the rather delicious "Motion23", an atmospheric, rolling and spacey affair in which clunking lead lines and jammed out synth lines cluster around a funky bassline and swinging electro drums. Himalaya Juice Culture offers up the Artificial Arm style 21st century electro-funk of "Dr Q-Tip", before Pohl brilliantly joins the dots between acid, ghostly electro, rave and UKG on standout track "Virtual". To round things off, Chris Geschwindner weighs in with the alien UKG/electro fusion of "Binarize".
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Keep Your Mouth Shut 1
Keep Your Mouth Shut 1 (limited 12" in spray-painted sleeve (comes in different coloured sleeve we cannot guarantee which one you will receive) repress)
Cat: KYMS 1. Rel: 29 Dec 18
  1. Track 1 (6:50)
  2. Track 2 (5:23)
  3. Track 3 (6:48)
  4. Track 4 (6:28)
Review: Despite scouring the Internet for the best part of an afternoon, we've been unable to identify the producer (or producers) behind "Keep Your Mouth Shut 1", an anonymous but quietly impressive four-track EP. While the untitled psychedelic techno shuffler that opens the EP sounds like a peak-time jam in the making, the cut that follows (simply titled "Track 2" here) is an exotic broken techno affair that makes superb use of raw, acid-fired sub-bass and haunting, almost child-like vocal samples. There's more hybrid fun to be found on the flip, where a driving breakbeat cut comes wrapped in shimmering, summery chords ("Track 3"), and a high-octane, acid-fired electro jam threatens to whisk us off to a deep space destination unknown.
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Played by: Skudge, Tripeo, Kid Who
 in stock $14.11
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Better Dead Than Alien
Cat: MOS 025. Rel: 12 Feb 19
  1. Better Dead Than Alien (7:09)
  2. Find A Way (7:01)
  3. Many Locations (7:59)
  4. Baal (6:38)
 in stock $9.23
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DDS 02
DDS 02 (12" + insert)
Cat: DDS 02. Rel: 15 Feb 19
  1. DJ Overdose - "-o=O^vvroOOMM" (5:11)
  2. DJ Overdose - "Funky Mess" (4:39)
  3. DJ Overdose - "RZ-1-DMX" (4:46)
  4. Sematic4 - "Dream Creator" (3:52)
  5. Sematic4 - "North Star '78" (4:39)
  6. Sematic4 - "One Nite In Heaven" (5:49)
Played by: Tagwell Woods
 in stock $10.05
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Remote Communication
  1. Krypton 81 - "Morse Code" (4:56)
  2. Krypton 81 - "Number Station" (4:36)
  3. Krypton 81 - "Telephone Operator" (4:42)
  4. Lectromagnetique - "Reflection" (6:17)
  5. Cybereign Night - "Night Running" (5:31)
 in stock $9.23
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Like This Girl
Cat: PERLON 120. Rel: 30 Jan 19
  1. Like This Girl (9:04)
  2. Echo Of The Years (7:45)
Review: Under the International Anything alias, collaborators Markus Nikolai and Ole Schulte made their bow on Perlon in 2017, contributing a fine track to the label's "Superlongevity 6" compilation. Almost two years on they return to the storied imprint with their debut 12". Interestingly, it's not your average Perlon 12", featuring as it does two quirky, off kilter synth-pop jams. Both boast typically delay-laden machine drums, darting synths in the fashion of '80s electrofunk and skewed noises that bring it closer to the minimalism we'd normally expect from the imprint. Of the two, it's the female-fronted funkiness of A-side "Like This Girl" that most impresses, though the slightly deeper "Echo of the Years" is also ace.
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Transient Loss Of Response
  1. Transient Loss Of Response (6:08)
  2. Maybe It Won't Be (5:13)
  3. Doozy Of A Day (5:48)
  4. Crepuscular (4:38)
 in stock $11.40
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It's Alive!
It's Alive! (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 013. Rel: 21 Jan 19
  1. It's Alive!
  2. Visitors
  3. Bankrupt Brain
  4. Jorogumo
Review: Barrelling out of the Hamburg underground, it's little wonder that Helena Hauff deemed emergent producer L.F.T. of a spin on her Return To Disorder label. As rough and ready as the electro on It's Alive! is, it's also delightfully playful and upfront as well. The title track sports plenty of Motor City soul motifs to match the hard edges of the beat, while "Visitors" plays around with a primal early 90s palette that should have all bleep fanatics body popping their approval. "Bankrupt Brain" is a taut new wave strutter precision engineered for deviant dancefloors, and "Jorogumo" blows the end of the record open with a soaring, swinging emotional belter.
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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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Played by: Ben Sims
 in stock $10.31
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Acid Cask II: Sinistor Master
Cat: WEME 052. Rel: 14 Feb 19
  1. Nuketurn (8:16)
  2. Arachnid Acid (4:57)
  3. Lockhart (7:35)
  4. Muster Station (7:47)
 in stock $11.94
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Electric Dance Music 1
Cat: DUB 039. Rel: 21 Feb 19
  1. Lo Pan (6:41)
  2. (CAPS) (6:06)
  3. Sister Ruth III (5:40)
  4. Signal From Inside (2:34)
  5. Submerged Pulsar (4:48)
  6. Deep Mum (3:58)
  7. Heidi Kann Brauchen (3:39)
  8. Googol (5:39)
  9. Dyna 4 (4:50)
  10. TBS1 (4:27)
  11. Antic Live (4:05)
 in stock $23.88
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Electrology (214 remix)
Electrology (214 remix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MON 018. Rel: 28 Jan 19
  1. Madrid Nights (7:11)
  2. Escape (214 remix) (5:16)
  3. Me & My 808 (5:50)
  4. Love Hate (5:47)
Review: Larry McCormick's Exzakt alias strides into its 20th year of operations with ever more urgency, as the recently reanimated Monotone label continues to mark out the important place he holds in the global electro scene. In terms of original productions, "Madrid Nights" opens the record up with a tight, whip-cracking peak time joint executed in the deadly Exzakt style. "Me & My 808" takes things in a darker, almost gothic direction, and "Love Hate" keeps the pressure up with a style that borders on breaks. Meanwhile 214 drops some serious heat on his remix of "Escape", a crafty, many-sided die that wins whichever side you land on.
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Brutal Science EP
Cat: PAREIDOLIA 003. Rel: 11 Jun 18
  1. Brutal Science (5:25)
  2. The Key (6:37)
  3. First High (6:39)
  4. Bleek (5:54)
Review: Previously, Darren "Dawl" Woollard has specialized in contributing tracks to compilation style EPs. Here, he finally gets a chance to showcase his wares on a solo EP of his own. Wisely, he's decided to use the opportunity to showcase some of his vintage influences. Opener "Brutal Science", for example, sees him stick a thrillingly rubbery synth bassline underneath cut-up early hardcore breakbeats, while "First High" is the kind of intergalactic, bleep-heavy roller that could have been made by LFO or Forgemasters way back in 1989. Bleep seems to be a big influence on Woollard, because the style's trademark sparse electronic melodies and heavy bass can also be heard on closer "Bleek" and standout "The Key", which thrillingly joins the dots between those heady Yorkshire sounds and punchy beatbox electro.
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Played by: Another_Swede
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The Rambler EP
Cat: AFT 004. Rel: 20 Feb 19
  1. Rings (4:48)
  2. Doctor Dark (6:07)
  3. Where Them Lights Are (6:23)
  4. Dinky's Tone (5:58)
Review: It's been two years since Asking For Trouble founder Keith "Radioactive Man" Tenniswood inaugurated the "L-R" project alongside London Modular Alliance member Simon Lynch and Monoak man Johnny Oakley. This sophomore EP is every bit as essential as their 2017 debut on null+void Recordings. Check first the bubbling acid lines, rolling electro beats, 8-bit melodies and rumbling bass of "Rings", before immersing yourself in the deep space electro weird-out that is the weighty EP highlight "Doctor Dark". Over on side B you'll find two more throbbing workouts: the high-tempo acid-electro insanity of "Where Them Lights Are" and the Drexciya-meets-Cybotron brilliance of "Dinky's Tone".
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 in stock $9.50
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Soulless
Soulless (12")
Cat: TGR 002. Rel: 16 Jan 19
  1. Soulless (6:26)
  2. Kuleshov Effect (5:56)
  3. Odyssey (11:37)
Review: Tom Livingston doesn't release all that much as Arctor, but what he does put out tends to be rather hot. That's certainly the case with this EP for Tremors, which is his first solo 12" for two years. He begins with the pulsating title track, a body-popping blend of thrusting, arpeggio style bass, fizzing electronics, punchy machine drums and robotic vocoder vocals, before showcasing the spacey, deeper side of his dancefloor-friendly tracks on the superb "Kuleshov Effect". Arguably best of all, though, is epic B-side "Odyssey", a non-stop, 12-minute voyage through electro-techno fusion full of glassy-eyed female vocals samples, acidic riffs and starry synthesizers.
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Metamorphosis
Cat: AUS 137. Rel: 30 Jan 19
  1. Metamorphosis (5:27)
  2. Mind Powder (5:10)
  3. Blue Invasion (5:45)
  4. Helix (5:14)
Review: Amsterdam based Tom Ruijg has been producing since 2010 but has really come into his own under the alias Tracey. He serves up some seriously emotive and reflective modern electro for Aus Music on the Metamorphosis EP, which follows up some great releases of late for locals Tom Trago's Voyage Direct and on Midland's Intergraded label. From the sublime and hypnotic title track, to the moody sci-fi bounce of "Blue Invasion" and the old school analogue soul of "Helix" reminiscent of Detroit legends like Dopplereffekt or Drexciya - Ruijg proves his uncanny ability to summon those ghosts in the machine on this impressive release.
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The End Of
The End Of (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: KNOE 1/2. Rel: 28 Jan 19
  1. After The Rains (7:22)
  2. Collective Consciousness (4:56)
  3. On The Surface Of The 9th Moon (6:09)
  4. Time Wave (6:30)
Review: UK veteran producer Jaime Read was the one to kick off For Those That Knoe back in 2013 with his LHAS alias, and now he's back on the archival house and techno label with some more stunning machine soul from the vaults. These tracks are lifted from his 1997 album "The End Of The Beginning", and they're steeped in the glorious exploratory nature of '90s techno programming, when the focus was on pushing the potential for expression through the machines. From the rattling perc and fuzzy synth swells of "Collective Consciousness" to the edgy, snaking drum science of "On The Surface Of The 9th Moon," this is an essential window into a forgotten treasure of the UK techno canon.
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Glass Domain
Cat: C 33AB/CAL 006AB. Rel: 14 Jul 16
  1. Shatter Prone (3:08)
  2. Hiccups (2:32)
  3. Fairy
  4. Interlock
Review: Throughout his mythical and somewhat enigmatic music career as an electro specialist, Gerald Donald has been prone to an alias or two. The Drexciya co-founder and co-member has released music as Arpanet, Japanese Telecom, Dataphysix and, more recently as Heinrich Muller, but this one EP he released as Glass Domain has been near impossible to find pretty much since its 1991 release date. The Clone connection is string with Donald, and the Dutch powerhouse has managed to both remaster and reissue this holy grail of Detroit electro. We're not going to describe these tracks to you, because they are above that; they're remnants of a movement that has influenced how we listen and dance to music nowadays, and they should be on every serious dance collector's shelf. Foundational Detroit electro that will be played by generations on end. Vitally recommended.
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Played by: Beaner
 in stock $9.23
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U Zone
U Zone (12")
Cat: BSR 021. Rel: 31 Jan 19
  1. U+Zone (7:09)
  2. Centro (8:04)
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Crypto Stock
Cat: WANIAPRE 121. Rel: 05 Feb 19
  1. LNS & E GZR - "Crypto Stock" (5:37)
  2. E GZR - "Beatdown" (Wania 12" mix) (4:00)
Review: This tasty 12" marks a welcome return to action for "metalurgic funk" maestro E-GZR, a shadowy, publicity shy producer whose occasional outings on Sex Tags offshoot Wania are rarely less than essential. The headline attraction here is the saucer-eyed geezer's collaboration with Vancouver's Laura Sparrow AKA LNS. Entitled "Crypto Stock", the track offers a deliciously spacey, funk-fuelled trip into deep electro territory that offers a near perfect balance between weighty dancefloor chops and ear-catching home listening fare. On the flip, E-GZR goes solo, wrapping more deep space chords, jammed-out synth lines and bustling bass around a suitably fuzzy bassline and redlined TR-808 drums.
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Al Naafiysh (The Soul)
Al Naafiysh (The Soul) (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: 45 100. Rel: 07 Sep 18
  1. Al Naafiysh (The Soul) (edit 1) (4:33)
  2. Al Naafiysh (The Soul) (edit 2) (4:31)
 in stock $10.85
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Capsule Collection
Cat: INTLC 003. Rel: 22 Feb 19
  1. Trigger My Sequencer (4:25)
  2. Thermo Drive (4:51)
  3. Halley's Comet (4:05)
  4. JX10 (4:53)
 in stock $8.96
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Broken Spirit
Cat: V 979. Rel: 24 Jan 19
  1. Digging Deep (5:01)
  2. E1968 (4:20)
  3. I Remember (5:52)
  4. Broken (3:51)
Played by: Ste Roberts
 in stock $10.32
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WATER: Dancing Moon
WATER: Dancing Moon (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AESP 001. Rel: 11 Feb 19
  1. House In Blue Rain (5:42)
  2. Dancing Moon (7:55)
  3. Throne Of Clay (6:51)
Review: A new project based out of Copenhagen - Aether's Spring comes shrouded in mystery but makes a bold statement with this first transmission. WATER: Dancing Moon 12" leads in with "House In Blue Rain," a downcast track bathed in melancholic pads and blown out percussion around a steady 4/4 tick. "Dancing Moon" is a more kinetic affair that works with all kinds of synth shapes alongside some primal drum machine percussion that lends the track a new wave quality that suits it just fine. Closer "Throne Of Clay" spreads across the B side in a brooding, journeying epic fit for the likes of classic James Holden or a more wave-minded Jon Hopkins.
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 in stock $9.22
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Destination: Space
Cat: JS 001. Rel: 04 Feb 19
  1. Surfing Galaxies (6:56)
  2. Levels Of Space (4:53)
  3. Beautiful Darkness (6:01)
  4. Lines Of Galactic Bass (5:33)
Review: Detroit based artist Jeremiah Shaw, known as J Shaw Electro or SpaceDrifter3000 is an up and coming artist influenced by early Detroit Electro. Since 2008 he is a part of the international band collective AnTiZeRo and has released on Militant Science Records.

In this harsh world, J Shaw looked to alter the reality we live in with ways of escapism. Using sound as a positive influence and escape, J Shaw decided to alter the sound around us in order to drift to other worlds. Finding peace and tranquility; the first Destination: Space.
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 in stock $19.01
43
Lost Tracks Vol 1
Cat: DE 098. Rel: 30 Jul 15
  1. Leather Forever (5:26)
  2. Nightlife (3:41)
  3. Miss Crazy Bullshit (4:47)
  4. Loving The Alien (4:19)
Review: It's been some six years since Caroline "Miss Kittin" Herve and Michel "The Hacker" Amato last delivered fresh material together. While we await further news of their long-mooted comeback, there's this tasty EP of previously unheard archive material to enjoy. Made up of tracks recorded between 1997 and '99 - when their production partnership was in its' infancy - The Lost Tracks Volume 1 contains a number of fuzzy, stylish, floor-friendly bangers, from the S&M-themed madness of opener "Leather Forever" and stripped-back electro gem "Nightlife" (a tribute to Berlin clubs of the period, apparently), to the high-tempo acid-loaded freakishness of "Loving The Alien". Top-notch sleaze.
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 in stock $13.85
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Muestra (Roy Of The Ravers, Jamie Paton, Kris Baha remixes)
  1. Junior Fairplay - "End Of Love" (Roy Of The Ravers remix 2) (4:46)
  2. Freeform Five - "Throwing Stones" (Jamie Paton remix) (7:23)
  3. Red Axes - "Waiting For A Surprise" (Kris Baha remix) (7:21)
  4. Bal5000 - "Kids" (7:26)
Review: (Emotional) Especial heralds its 30th release with a killer package from an all-star cast that takes in label regulars and newcomers alike. The vibe starts heated and heavy with modern acid champ Roy Of The Ravers taking a blunt instrument or two to Junior Fairplay's "End Of Love," firing off the kind of bludgeoning b-line and fizzing drums that makes his direct approach to the dancefloor so potent. It's somewhat surprising to see Freeform Five pop up on this 12", but Jamie Paton's remix of "Throwing Stones" sounds utterly natural in the habitat - a brooding, simmering trip shot through with noirish synths. Kris Baha gets busy with Red Axes' "Waiting For A Surprise," twisting out an exotic bubbler perfect for the low tempo chugging crowd, and then Bal5000 wraps things up with the gorgeous electro-disco delights of "Kids".
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Played by: Hammer, Ali Renault
 in stock $10.85
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Delphin Invasion
Delphin Invasion (hand-stamped 7")
Cat: LTDOLPHSKECH 700X. Rel: 21 Feb 19
  1. DJ Skechers - "Do It (With My Skechers On)" (4:57)
  2. Yung Dolphins - "Delphins Invasion" (3:22)
  3. Yung Dolphins - "Fly Away (Chopped & Screwed)" (1:32)
 in stock $8.42
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Mice Or Cyborg
Cat: CAL 011/C#31LP. Rel: 21 Dec 17
  1. Lab Rat 1 (7:53)
  2. Lab Rat 6 (2:46)
  3. Lab Rat 5 (6:27)
  4. Lab Rat 3 (7:53)
  5. Lab Rat 2 (5:32)
  6. Lab Rat 4 (5:20)
Review: For those not schooled in Drexciyan history, Lab Rat XL was a short-lived alternative alias of the legendary Motor City electro duo. Mice or Cyborg, the project's only release, originally appeared on Clone in 2003, just months after member James Stinson passed away. These days original copies are highly sought after, making this reissue more than welcome. It remains a superb example of timeless, otherworldly electro and techno fusion, with Stinson's penchant for ethereal melodies, atmospheric chords and fizzing drum machine rhythms - such a regular feature of his work with both Drexciya and the Other People Place - rightfully coming to the fore. Naturally, the inherent positivity of some of the tracks is counter-balanced by clandestine creepiness in others, making Mice or Cyborg a brilliantly balanced and hugely entertaining collection of cuts.
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 in stock $23.35
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Shat Pop
Shat Pop (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LWKMUS 008. Rel: 28 Jan 19
  1. Shat Pop (Saldes mix) (5:58)
  2. Shat Pop (Flood1 remix) (6:03)
  3. Shat Pop (Electro mix) (5:52)
  4. Shat Pop (Ambient mix) (5:54)
Review: Lustwerk Music presents a mysterious new entity known simply as The Fock. With little to no background information, this record stakes its own claim within the Galcher-verse by offering up a range of mixes of "Shat Pop." The "Saldes Mix" is a proper immersion heater of cerebral techno, while the nervy, stomping "Flood1 Remix" is credited to White Material regular Young Male. The "Electro Mix" has a squelchy, boogie-inflected palette offset by woozy atmospherics, and the "Ambient Mix" unsurprisingly does away with the drums and drifts in limbo with a disembodied tannoy announcement for company.
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 in stock $8.68
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Road Valley
Road Valley (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: XK 015. Rel: 17 Jan 19
  1. Road Valley (5:13)
  2. Red Lights In Ma Eyes (5:44)
  3. Acid Television (4:46)
  4. Technovia (4:41)
  5. Why Is Life So Strange (5:25)
 in stock $10.85
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Off The Rack EP
Yay
Cat: YAY 011. Rel: 08 Feb 19
  1. Ballin (6:43)
  2. 1100ccm (5:54)
  3. 5th Floor (6:38)
  4. Oceanbreaks (5:30)
 in stock $11.40
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Blue Bullet EP
Cat: BYR 012. Rel: 07 Sep 18
  1. Blue Bullet (8:34)
  2. Making Friends With The Invader (9:21)
Review: Given his recent obsession with shoegaze-influenced psychedelic disco chug, it's easy to forget that Andrew Weatherall is capable of crafting seriously good electro. Of course, his take on electro is far from purist. "Blue Bullet", the title track from the veteran DJ/producer's second Byrd Out 12", features spacey, ricocheting machine drums and deep space electronics, but is powered by a typically fuzzy, restless dub disco bassline. Weatherall's love of dub soundystem culture comes to the fore on flipside "Making Friends With The Invader", where discordant, psychedelic influenced guitars rise above delay-laden drum machine hits and a suitably heavyweight bassline.
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 in stock $13.58
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