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SSS (12" repress)
Cat: APRON 20. Rel: 20 Nov 17
  1. Shanti Celeste - "SSS" (OG cut) (8:10)
  2. Funkineven - "SSS" (90s cut) (7:13)
Review: In recent times, Bristol's Shanti Celeste has proved more than adept at blending tough, body-popping electro beats with picturesque electronics and luscious, eyes-closed melodies. She's at it again here, following up two excellent outings on Future Times with the brilliant "SSS". Expect just the right blend of tactile, eyes-closed melodiousness, snappy drum machine work, and a fluid bassline that subtly doffs a cap to Syclops' "Where's Jason's K". Apron boss Funkineven offers his own interpretation on the flip, bringing it closer to early 808 State territory, while adding some neat, boogie-influenced synth touches and saucer-eyed piano flourishes.
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Encoding The Future (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: SHIP 053. Rel: 20 Nov 17
  1. Beyond Existence (2:02)
  2. Outside Me (5:29)
  3. Beauty Of Collapse (4:46)
  4. Journey Through The Universe (4:32)
  5. Escape To The Brave New World (5:01)
Review: Storied French producer Umwelt has been a busy boy over the last two decades, releasing enough material to fill several fine retrospective sets should the opportunity arise. Here, he returns to Shipwrec following a three-year absence, once again filling a 12" with raw, moody and introspective electronic jams. Interestingly, the majority of the tracks tends towards the dark, otherworldly and downtempo, with only the spacey bounce of symphonic electro shuffler "Journey to the Universe" and similarly inclined "Escape to the Brave New World" taking a positive and melodious approach. That's not meant as a criticism, though, as you'll find few moodier or more clandestine cuts than the brilliant "Beyond Existence" and thrillingly psychedelic "Outside Me".
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Rezoid EP (12")
Cat: SEQG 002. Rel: 06 Nov 17
  1. Elvex (6:12)
  2. Sector Z (6:14)
  3. Omega (5:58)
  4. Drive (6:00)
Review: Unlike many other French producers operating within the tech-house sphere, TC80 does not play by the rules. While many of his contemporaries seem to rigidly stick to the blueprint popularized by the Yoyaku Distribution camp, TC80's releases tend to be more melodious and musically adventurous. That's certainly the case with this EP. Contrast, for example, the colourful synthesizer melodies, electro-influenced analogue bass and clattering drum machine hits of wonderfully positive opener "Elvex", with the creepy, bleep-influenced "Omega", where intergalactic, foreboding electronic melodies ride a thrusting, "LFO" style bassline. Elsewhere, "Drive" is a punchy electro number with clear British "intelligent techno" influences, whilst "Sector Z" is a low-slung, acid-fired peak-time slammer.
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Played by: Rikki Humphrey
 in stock $10.76
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Magic Mountain (limited 12")
Cat: KEN 005. Rel: 13 Nov 17
  1. Magic Mountain (feat Mic Mills) (6:50)
  2. Dangerous Dancer (5:41)
  3. The Grotto (5:00)
  4. Heysen Trail (6:42)
  5. Woorabinda Reserve (4:09)
Review: Angry Aussie adventurer Furious Frank is the latest rising talent to appear on Ken Oath Records, a label that specializes in showcasing deep house from Down Under. With five quality cuts to choose from, highlights are not hard to come by. We're particularly enjoying the head-in-the-clouds wonder that is Mic Mills hook-up "Magic Mountain", which slowly turns from a dreamy deep house shuffler into an action-packed acid rinse-out. That said, the ambient house-meets-dream house lusciousness of "The Grotto" is also sublime, while the deep electro positivity of "Haysen Trail" and "Wooribanda Reserve" have also got our tails wagging. In other words, it's an excellent EP, all told.
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  1. Parrish Smith - "Revolution Will Always Be Televised"
  2. Pankow - "Das Vodkalied" (Helena Hauff remix)
  3. Pankow - "Das Vodkalied"
  4. Pankow - "I’m Food For You"
  5. Perseus Traxx - "Get Away"
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Parrish Smith's debut of dystopic forbidding sets the tone of this label's impressive first release with a superb stark, acid ridden slab of body music. Helena Hauff adds to the proceedings with her remix of Pankow's"Das Vodkalied" taking no prisoners and using heavy percussion in contrast to a wonderfully tense set of arpeggiations, which all descend into skull crushing pressure. Carrying over to the flip side are Pankow, pioneers of the Italian Industrial/EBM scene, with two tracks from their legendary first tape "Throw Out Rite" from 1983. With "Das Vodkalied" disembodied vocals are cut up and come from every direction driven by a raw, off-kilter energy and pounding beat. "I'm Food For You" cranks up the drive and anxiety to create a killer track based around stark arpeggiation. Last of all, Perseus Traxx provides an acidic stripped down venting of frustrations which he spits out with vehemence.
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Cat: ZEN 12469. Rel: 06 Nov 17
  1. Nothing Is What I Know (7:44)
  2. Do You Really Think Like That? (4:52)
  3. Continuez Mon Enfant Vous Serez Traite En Consequence (4:53)
  4. Gift (4:07)
Review: The seemingly unstoppable rise of Helena Hauff continues apace. After previously shining on Ninja Tune's Actress-helmed Werk Discs offshoot, the Hamburg-based DJ/producer has now graduated to the parent label. As usual, there's much to enjoy throughout, from the punchy drum machine percussion, tumbling synthesizer melodies and foreboding chords of opener "Nothing Is What I Know" and thrillingly intense, end-of-days techno jam "Do You Really Think Like That", to the lo-fi, intergalactic brilliance of closer "Gift". Perhaps most impressive, though, is "Continuez Mon Enfant Vous Serez Traite En Consequence", a thrillingly wonky trip into dark, acid-fired electronica. In a word: essential.
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Cat: MFM 026. Rel: 13 Nov 17
  1. Skin 'N' Bones (5:15)
  2. Dub Oven (4:24)
  3. Millions Of Sensations (4:09)
Review: You'd be forgiven for being unfamiliar with the work of short-lived San Francisco band Dub Oven. After all, they only released one 12" single way back in 1983, and that was a self-released, private-press affair. Happily, the dusty-fingered diggers behind Music From Memory are big fans and here offer up a re-mastered reissue. Amazingly, each of the three tracks explores different sonic territory. Contrast, for example, the Tom Tom Club-goes-synth-funk eccentricity of lead cut "Skin 'n' Bones" and "Dub Oven", a thrillingly spaced-out chunk of no-wave/electro fusion that sounds like it could have been beamed down from another universe. Then there's closer "Millions of Sensations", which sits somewhere between Japanese new wave ambience and the post-punk funk of Bristolian outfits The Pop Group and Maximum Joy.
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 in stock $14.89
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Hessdalen (12")
Cat: TRP 017. Rel: 20 Nov 17
  1. Hessdalen (4:06)
  2. Fermi Paradox (3:58)
  3. We'll Be Alright (4:32)
  4. Time Travel (4:32)
  5. Alien People (5:06)
Review: Nina Kraviz was clearly a fan of Volruptus's debut 12" on BBBBBB, because she's releasing the follow-up on her Trip label. As with its' acclaimed predecessor, Hessdalen is jam-packed with bustling, floor-friendly electro inspired by deep space and produced in Reykjavik. The title track races along at quite a lick thanks to bustling beatbox drums, rumbling 808 bass and bleeping melodies, while "We'll Be Alright" sees the publicity-shy producer reach for the TB-303 on a deep, woozy and intergalactic IDM shuffler. You'll find spacey dub influences bubbling to the surface on EP highlight "Time Travel", before closer "Alien People" sees Volruptus celebrate the "braindance"-era Rephlex catalogue with the assistance of ragged acid lines, dreamy chords and high-octane machine drums.
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Cat: NR 04. Rel: 20 Nov 17
  1. The Intruder (7:38)
  2. Time To Begin (8:22)
  3. Rain (5:56)
 in stock $10.76
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Dekmantel 10 Years 04 (heavyweight vinyl 12" in die cut sleeve repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: DKMNTL 10YEARS04. Rel: 06 Nov 17
  1. The Egyptian Lover - "This That Old School" (5:48)
  2. Syracuse & Epsilove - "Scubatomic Love" (4:35)
  3. Palms Trax - "Honey Lemongina" (4:45)
  4. Interstellar Funk - "EFX Harmonix" (6:43)
Review: For the fourth volume in their tenth anniversary series, Dekmantel has decided to go all-out electro. Wisely, they've recruited scene legend the Egyptian Lover to kick things off. His "This That Old Skool" is an unashamed romp through early '80s nostalgia, with the eccentric producer peppering a sturdy TR-808 beat pattern with exotic synth lines, "Tour De France"-style heavy breathing and raw vocoder vocals. Syracuse and Epsilove wrap their skittish electro beats in chiming melodies, trippy acid lines and dreamy vocal snatches ("Scubatomic Love"), while Palms Trax necks a fistful of anti-depressants and delivers the pure endorphin rush that is the melodious and spacey "Honey Lemongina". Finally, fast-rising producer Interstellar Funk offers up a lesson in melodious electro/techno fusion on the standout "EFX Harmonix".
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 in stock $12.41
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Le Theatre Des Operations (2xLP + insert)
Cat: DE 184. Rel: 13 Nov 17
  1. Underwater Sequence (5:56)
  2. Frozen Voices (5:22)
  3. Time X (feat Miss Kittin) (5:35)
  4. Dancing Mekanik (5:44)
  5. Dark Neon (6:45)
  6. Body Diktat (5:10)
  7. Complicated Dances (5:30)
  8. Camisole Chimique (6:34)
Review: 2017 has been a good year for fans of The Hacker AKA long-serving producer Michel Amato. Having already impressed via rock solid EPs on Stilleben and Bordello a Parigi, Amato delivers his first full-length excursion since 2014. As you'd probably expect, Les Theatre Des Operations tends towards the alien and intergalactic, with Amato serving up a range of tracks rich in bleeping electronic melodies, unfussy drum machine rhythms and angular, TB-303 style basslines. As usual, the eight tracks neatly blur the boundaries between techno and electro - both rhythmically and sonically - while regular collaborator Miss Kittin lends a hand on moody and mind-altering LP highlight "Time X", adding some typically sleazy and stylish spoken word vocals.
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Played by: 3.14
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  1. Stories Of Prison (Scientific Dreamz Of U remix)
  2. Aim For The Yellow Sector (Alessandro Parisi remix)
  3. Saco Bay (Perseus Traxx remix)
  4. Night Ferry (Antenna remix)
Review: While they may have landed a fair while ago, it's great to see Emotional Response revisit Timothy J Fairplay's crucial early EPs with an absolutely on point remix package. Scientific Dreamz Of U brings his distinctive signal chain to "Stories Of Prison", using grinding synths and some snaking broken beats to create an early 90s trance mood to die for. Alessandro Parisi keeps things on a distinctly new wave tip for "Aim For The Yellow Sector", and Perseus Traxx brings a bold set of machine beats and technicolour synths to "Saco Bay". Antenna finishes the EP off by creating a winsome, wavey version of "Night Ferry" for sensitive souls to do the robot to.
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Cat: 0006 AD. Rel: 20 Nov 17
  1. Shut The Lites Off (7:50)
  2. The Funk (4:39)
  3. The Haunting (4:30)
Review: Reissue anthem alert!! Another Day drop DJ Bone's early material from Metroplex back onto vinyl with this tasty reincarnation of the 1999 juggernaut. When this badboy first came out, no one was doing percussion the same way as Bone, with tunes like "Shut The Lites Off" capable of destroying any dance floor with its sublime balance of harmonies and hard beats. "The Funk" offered new and curious shades of electro madness to the scene - a cocktail which still sounds fresh now - and "The Haunting" smashes out the funky techno for warehouse use.
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Played by: Stojche, DJ 3000
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Cat: TRSD 005A. Rel: 06 Nov 17
  1. Distress Calls From Pasadena (8:28)
  2. Mind Control (7:05)
  3. Qu/Ad (7:55)
  4. Chaos Quasar (6:36)
 in stock $11.02
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Ninja Tools Vol 2 (hand-stamped 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: LMBG 03. Rel: 30 Oct 17
  1. Tom Joyce - "Aquaplaning" (5:50)
  2. Hdv - "Dig It" (5:35)
  3. Geek - "Galaxy Tale" (5:29)
  4. Solidwood, JCR - "Concentration In The Present" (5:37)
 in stock $11.02
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Cat: PEACH 004. Rel: 06 Nov 17
  1. Electrical Encounters (5:53)
  2. Elevate (Go Off mix) (6:48)
  3. Rain Dance (6:46)
Review: Since launching Peach Discs earlier in the year, Shanti Celeste has done a terrific job in showcasing material from little known or previously unheard artists. Happily, she's adopted the same approach on 12" number four, offering a platform to fast-rising Toronto DJ/producer Cindy Li AKA Ciel. This debut 12" is a pretty assured and attractive affair, with Li utilizing the A-side to showcase the punchy electro rhythms, snappy drum machine handclaps, glacial electronics and Mood Hut style new age melodies of "Electrical Encounters". You'll find more glassy-eyed, sunrise-friendly positivity on the B-side in the shape of the bustling and tuneful "Elevate (Go Off Mix)". She rounds off a fine EP with analogue deep house box jam "Rain Dance", where ultra-deep riffs rise and fall above a brilliantly programmed drum machine rhythm.
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 in stock $10.21
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DOLLYDELUXE 3 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: DOLLYDELUXE 3. Rel: 26 Jun 17
  1. UAS - "World Gets Crazy" (4:48)
  2. Late Night Approach - "Poison Valley" (5:20)
  3. Duplex - "Voidfiller" (5:12)
  4. Mesak - "Commonaukko" (5:41)
 in stock $9.38
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Cat: JG 018. Rel: 25 Sep 17
  1. Harvest (6:18)
  2. Prehistory (6:16)
  3. Death & Rebirth (4:34)
Review: Alessandro Adriani, the Italian-born, Berlin-based owner of the excellent Mannequin Records is up on Regis, Silent Servant and James Ruskin's Jealous God label, what can pretty much be boiled down to the continuation of the Sandwell District alliance. The focus is on hard-hitting slabs of jack-hammer techno with the crew's familiar hint of brutal industrialism at the core, which is perfect for the likes of Adriani's uncompromising 4/4 aesthetic. "Harvest" dominates the entirety of the A-side with its wild, bleeping wormhole of noise and organic drum patterns - the snares sounding suspiciously like metal axes hitting the chopping board; one the flip, "Prehistory" is relatively tamer on the surface, while still hitting hard down in the depths of the bass, and "Death & Rebirth" provides what comes most naturally to both artist and label... the sweet sense of tenebrous doom on the horizon.
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Anmari EP (12")
Cat: SYNCRO 28. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Azqet (5:02)
  2. XRX (5:43)
  3. Nonoc (4:27)
  4. Byor (8:00)
  5. Omver (6:49)
 in stock $9.92
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Rolling Dutch (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VV 027. Rel: 23 Oct 17
  1. Rolling Dutch
  2. Rave On Plastic
Review: Valcrond Video continues its devilish run of form with this new single from Fallbeil, a project that has previously been spotted on New York Haunted, Return To Disorder and Mannequin. That should give you an idea of the kind of deviant sonics we're dealing with here, skirting around industrial, electro and techno with limber and dirty hardware jams for the sinister dancefloor. "Rolling Dutch" clearly nods towards The Hague way of doing things, all eerie pads, gnarly acid lines and rasping drums, while on the flip side "Rave On Plastic" pushes the bubbling monosynth action to the front of the mix.
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Future Retro Vol 1 (12" + stickers)
Cat: WWM 002. Rel: 14 Aug 17
  1. Derek Carr - "Experience Experiments" (6:34)
  2. Rob Belleville - "Reflecting Skies" (5:51)
  3. Mihail P - "Moon Chaser" (5:11)
  4. Erell Ranson - "The Lost Paradise" (6:23)
Review: Riccardo Piazza and Re-Up's WWM builds on its well-received launch release from Reesdale Rise with its first V/A EP. Living up to its title immaculately Future Retro is a space-aged soul trip from established and breaking talents alike. Irish veteran Derek Carr takes us back to early UR joints with his body-moving analogue groove, Rob Belleville continues where he left us on Ante and Ibiza Boys with rippling filtered synths, newcomer Mihail P gets down to the 808 nitty gritty with a bouncing ball acid funk breaker while Erell Ranson closes the show on a hazy, dream-like weave of melting synths. Welcome to the future.
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 in stock $11.58
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ZY Clone (12")
Cat: LWK 6. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Zy Clone (5:19)
  2. Zy Clone (Vectorvision re-vison) (5:59)
Review: Here's something to put lead in the pencil of any electro nuts out there: a high-profile collaboration between rising star Vectorvision (AKA Dallas producer Brian Bishop) and all-round legend Convextion (AKA Gerard Hanson). In its original form, ZY Clone is something of a beast, sitting somewhere between the heavy, angular, acid-laced Dutch electro sound and the melodious, synth-laden, deep space bliss of Hanson's usual Convextion fare. Bishop goes solo to provide the obligatory flipside remix, layering waves of glacial, cascading synthesizer lines and spacey chord progressions over an action-packed drum machine workout. Naturally, both sides are rich in bustling analogue drum machine hits and vintage synthesizer motifs.
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Played by: Placid
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  1. Intro (1:34)
  2. Docta Gee - "Delta Waves" (5:33)
  3. -=UHU=- - "Deep Ocean" (4:34)
  4. Franck Kartell - "Whispers From Space" (5:14)
  5. Komarken Electronics - "Funktion" (6:06)
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Cat: 240VTSEP 02. Rel: 20 Nov 17
  1. DIN (8:38)
  2. Form Is Emptiness (6:27)
  3. Lokal (DAT mix) (16:17)
 in stock $9.92
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So Tell Me Tell Me (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ERC 040. Rel: 12 Jun 17
  1. So, Tell Me, Tell Me (vocal mix) (6:41)
  2. So, Tell Me, Tell Me (trance mix) (5:42)
  3. So, Tell Me, Tell Me (clubhouse mix) (6:03)
Review: Emotional Rescue's love affair with Dancefloor Records continues apace as they turn their attention to the staggeringly futuristic freestyle of Shavonne. Like much dance music of the era, Shavonne was something of a shortlived talent, but the production on "So, Tell Me, Tell Me" is next level for the original release date of 1989. On the "Clubhouse Mix" there are all kinds of classic rave samples knocking about in the mix while the "Trance Mix" pares things down to a sensual core, but it's in fact the bombast of the original "Vocal Mix" that really catches the ear. With it's pitched up vocals and nimble 808 beat programming it could easily align with Rustie and the like.
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Adieux Au Dancefloor (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: CITI 021. Rel: 10 Oct 16
  1. I Dedicate My Life (5:50)
  2. Interfaces (4:45)
  3. Naive To The Bone (4:06)
  4. Denial (4:03)
  5. La Femme Ecarlate (3:47)
  6. Good Vibes (Mocking Birds) (4:54)
  7. Inferno (4:58)
  8. Planete Ego (6:33)
  9. Adieu Au Dancefloor (6:01)
Review: Given the underground acclaim heaped on Marie Davidson's previous albums - ultra-stylish affairs that blend elements of minimal wave, dark Italo-disco, off-kilter electro and moody ambient - it's little surprise to see her popping up on Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax. The album's nine tracks are largely sharp, rough and fuzzy, with sparse-but-dense drum machines rhythms underpinning bouncy, delay-laden synth lines, thrusting electronics and Davidson's sleazy, spoken word vocals. It's an attractive combination that guarantees thrills throughout, from the almost claustrophobic throb of "Denial", to the mutant electrofunk bounce of "Good Vibes".
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 in stock $22.62
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Cat: IT 035. Rel: 30 Oct 17
  1. Trivin (4:38)
  2. Koraimer Bro (5:14)
  3. To Feel Sweet (6:04)
  4. Der Schlern (feat Philipp Von Bergmann) (6:11)
 in stock $10.48
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DOLLYDELUXE 4 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: DOLLYDELUXE 4. Rel: 26 Jun 17
  1. Privacy - "Broke" (4:49)
  2. Dexter & Virginia - "Off The Beat" (4:44)
  3. Afik Naim - "Saturniidae" (5:10)
  4. Mesak - "Elekieli" (5:35)
 in stock $9.38
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Cat: V 1212017. Rel: 17 Apr 17
  1. Envy (8:17)
  2. I Do Because I Couldn't Care Less (4:55)
  3. Nothing Else (5:34)
  4. Little Japanese Feet (5:57)
  5. Superman (live at The Bruine Planeet) (5:53)
  6. Sweepstake (6:03)
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North Of Warren (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: GD 027. Rel: 13 Nov 17
  1. North Of Warren (5:06)
  2. Life On The Federal Colonies (5:01)
  3. Distress Call (Robots Escaping Through The Mud With Dogs On Their Tails) (4:07)
  4. Test Tube Babies (Antoni Maiovvi remix) (8:55)
  5. North Of Warren (Vercetti Technicolor 1997 mix) (7:06)
Review: Haex Hrll is a new project from long-serving Dutch techno and electro producer Jeroen Warmenhoven, a man best known as DJ Overdose. In some ways the new pseudonym was needed, because North of Warren is musically rather different from much of his club-centric material. The A-side contains a trio of tracks dripping in the kind of vintage synthesizer sounds and cinematic melodies found on John Carpenter's best work, with only the producer's penchant for dusty drum machine hits breaking the spell. Over on the B-side, label co-founder Anton Maovvi pays tribite to Vangelis's Blade Runner soundtrack on a superb remix of forthcoming album track "Test Tube Babies", before fellow Giallo Disco boss Vercetti Technicolour turns "North of Warren" into a mid'-90s trance throbber.
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Cat: EBEAMZ 015. Rel: 02 Oct 17
  1. Breakbeat Lizard (4:18)
  2. Check Yo' Shit (6:20)
  3. Don't Let Me Be Your Phantasy (4:41)
  4. Oakleys (Hydralic Bass) (4:50)
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Qualia (2xLP)
Cat: HNRLP 011. Rel: 02 Oct 17
  1. Evidence The Enemy (7:13)
  2. Darktown Figures (6:54)
  3. Spreads A Haze (& A Glory) (6:40)
  4. Saturday International (6:24)
  5. Between Stations (6:18)
  6. Soft Estates (7:57)
  7. Selling The Shadow (7:20)
  8. Vorfreude 2 (7:27)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan, Rogér
 in stock $23.44
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Cat: SALT 005. Rel: 15 May 17
  1. Water Acid (5:58)
  2. Searching For The Real (6:05)
  3. Heinz Harald Frentzen (5:55)
  4. Waves Of Nothing (6:56)
Review: Melbourne's Jacob (yep, just Jacob!) aka Hymns returns to Aussie label Salt Mines, a vinyl only outfit headed by Rudolf C and Shedbug based in Melbourne. Now for an offering which the label best describes as 'flecked with restrained breakbeats, off-kilter rhythms and glistening pads.' Opener "Water Acid" does deep acid by way 90's British IDM to convincing effect, while on the flip "Heinz Harald Frentzen" does abstract electro via dub techno on this sinister and experimental piece. Finally, the blissed out and euphoric title track is an evocative and nostalgic dedication to an early 90's rave heyday he never quite lived through but splendid nonetheless.
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  1. Identified Patient & Sophie Du Palais - "The Cause" (6:13)
  2. Randstad - "Ultra" (4:30)
  3. Mitchell Goor - "Young Hearts" (5:10)
  4. Stevie Whisper - "The Ceaseless Screaming" (4:25)
 in stock $9.10
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Square Chapter EP (12" repress)
DMK
Cat: DMK 002. Rel: 06 Nov 17
  1. Codex (6:29)
  2. Radical Measure (5:57)
  3. Signals Of Violence (5:18)
 in stock $9.38
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That's Right (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: RF 001. Rel: 23 Oct 17
  1. That's Right (6:28)
  2. ADSR (5:07)
Review: There's more than an element of mystery about this hand-stamped 12" from the previously unheard Rogue Filter, which according to the sparse accompanying info sheet is a producer who has "been in the scene for nearly three decades", is "allied with many faces" and "wears many hats". Whoever is responsible, the two cuts on offer sound like the product of a youth spent break-dancing on Saturday afternoons outside a shopping centre in the 1980s. On the A-side you'll find "That's Right", a bustling chunk of B-boy electro blessed with short, cut-up vocal snippets, aquatic electronics and suitably body-popping beats. Flip to the B-side for "ADSR", a harder-edged, 808-heavy electro roller full of cascading deep space chords, surging analogue bass and fuzzy vocoder vocals.
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SRL (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: TW 001. Rel: 20 Nov 17
  1. SRL Shit (4:57)
  2. Storm Rain (5:27)
  3. SRL (outro) (3:02)
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Wolves EP (12")
Cat: HYPE 064. Rel: 02 Oct 17
  1. Brockie Det (4:57)
  2. Militant (5:59)
  3. Advance & Proceed (4:19)
  4. Tremors (4:59)
  5. Wolves (3:28)
Review: Since first pitching up on Hypercolour late last year, hardware fetishists London Modular Alliance has continued to deliver some of the most exciting electro around. Famously, the trio construct their cuts entirely using modular synthesizers, jamming live until they settle on a groove or riff to explore further. That guarantees that their machine funk sits somewhere between the pulsating hypnotism of classic Kraftwerk, the intergalactic moodiness of Drexciya and the harder-edged fodder popular in places like Rotterdam and the Hague. It goes without saying that this EP is packed with killer cuts from start to finish, something that makes picking highlights truly tricky. Really, all you need to know is that it's a must-have.
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 in stock $9.10
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WW303 (coloured vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SHIPLP 06. Rel: 13 Nov 17
  1. White Glove Testing (2:35)
  2. CV Tuning (3:58)
  3. Kran (4:55)
  4. Ring The Bell (Tribute) (5:00)
  5. Chateau Mitterrand (4:57)
  6. Der Rasende Roland (3:54)
  7. Piloten (3:54)
  8. Ferrofluid (feat Wolfgangschaltung) (4:39)
  9. Robotic Dancer (4:35)
  10. WW303 (part 1 & 2) (7:17)
 in stock $21.24
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Cat: LINO 76. Rel: 16 Oct 17
  1. Possession/Control (6:09)
  2. Ascension (5:26)
  3. Radical Possibilities Of Pleasure (4:30)
 in stock $11.58
41
  1. Projekt4Erzame (5:48)
  2. IDM778 (4:41)
  3. Projektsektork (4:40)
  4. Projektjezmueschluegeend (5:18)
  5. Heschdolby (6:01)
Review: Zurich outfit Les Points have previously impressed by developing a distinctively lo-fi, do-it-yourself style of tech-house. That style comes to the fore on this Eklo-released 12", with each of the five tracks bristling with the sounds of outboard hardware and spontaneous sound processing. They begin with the acid-flecked, electro/techno fusion of "ProjectErzame", before showcasing the crunchy drum machine handclaps, chiming melodies and bustling acid bass of "IDM778". Elsewhere, they successfully go deeper and woozier via the head-nodding hum of "Projektsektork", pay a whirlwind visit to the Motor City on the unpronounceable "Projektjezmueschlueggend" (think early Model 500 dragged through a hedge backwards), and reach for the stars on EP highlight "Hescdolby".
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42
Zero Percent Soul (hand-stamped 12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: SUBWAX X. Rel: 30 Oct 17
  1. Zero Percent Soul (6:30)
  2. Space Beats (4:24)
  3. Martian Love (5:33)
Played by: DJ 3000
 in stock $12.12
43
Cat: HZOS 02. Rel: 31 Jul 17
  1. Flux Function (6:16)
  2. Telemetry (5:55)
  3. Shutter (6:07)
  4. Psyche 6 (5:58)
Review: Hot on the heels of two key EPs this year on Frustrated Funk and Where We Met, young UK tech-fuser Reedale Rise steps up to the well-established Spanish pure house label Hizou with yet more treats. Flickering and fluctuating between lucid, dubbed out synth-rippled house such as "Flux Function" and "Shutter" and crisp broken beat liquid machine soul on "Telemetry" and "Psyche 6", Reedale's giving us a lot to chew on right here.
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VARIOUS
Cat: PSR 003. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. Fallbeil - "Donnerwetter"
  2. Templeyard Studios - "Take66" (Tripolar Cell edit)
  3. Innsyter - "A New Box"
  4. Myn - "Cold Vision Era"
  5. IXVLF - "Personal Divisions"
  6. Wosto - "Race Days"
  7. Kluentah - "Give Up The Gods"
  8. Meze - "Porder"
  9. Buttechno - "Beskudnikovo"
  10. Morah - "Somewhere"
  11. Delivery - "Music For Dancers"
  12. Latrines - "Katrinas"
  13. Antwn - "Non Vanishing"
Review: Public System presents a monster collection of the grubbiest, punked out lo fi deviant electronics from the true underground. Some names are more familiar, such as the excellent Templeyard Studios with the uneasy clatter of "Take66", while Buttechno brings a blistering array of tones to the forefront for some truly adventurous acid abstractions. There's a lot of lesser known delights to revel in though, from the boxy beatdown of IXVLF, the darkwave electro thrust of Kluentah and the intricate percussive science of Meze. This may be dirty dance music for wayward souls, but there are some seriously fresh ideas lurking on this ludicrously valuable package.
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Played by: Dj soFa
 in stock $23.16
45
Cocktail Mexico (10" + insert)
Cat: KH 012. Rel: 06 Nov 17
  1. Yellow Destiny (3:26)
  2. Mucho Mucho (2:23)
  3. Cocktail Mexico (4:59)
  4. Go Forward (3:49)
Review: Laurene Exposito is back on Amsterdam's Knekelhuis with a follow up to her well received debut album. This new record is said to be very personal - life changes and her love life are said to be central themes. All tracks have been recorded at Exposito's home in the Rennes, France using all analogue equipment. Starting out with the seductive coldwave tribute "Yellow Density" which features some inventive synth action that reaches near acid moments over her deadpan vocals. On the flip, title track "Cocktail Mexico" goes for some Dopplereffekt style electro shenanigans and "Go Forward" conjuring up comparisons to early Tropic Of Cancer on this hazy lo-fi goth journey.
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Cat: RAT 12. Rel: 16 Oct 17
  1. Dubintro (1:24)
  2. Big Time (4:11)
  3. Hard (4:52)
  4. Headspin (4:51)
  5. Watfest (6:05)
 in stock $9.92
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Cat: VG 002. Rel: 16 Oct 17
  1. The Calling (3:49)
  2. Beyond The Pillars Of Hercules (3:55)
  3. Limbo Of The Lost (2:35)
  4. The Voyage Of Explorer 304 (4:07)
  5. The Dark Reef (1:03)
  6. Dark Water Dreams (3:54)
  7. Light Beams (3:12)
  8. Corals (1:57)
  9. Floating Home (4:12)
 in stock $11.58
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L-R EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NULL 002. Rel: 31 Jul 17
  1. Tiger Stripes (5:10)
  2. Fruitcake (6:22)
  3. Land (5:16)
  4. Aesop (5:15)
Review: null+void finally step up with their second release after impressing with the opening salvo from Shinra, and this time electro fans will be in a tizz to discover that Radioactive Man, Monoak and London Modular's Simon Lynch have teamed up for four utterly essential workouts that tickle the synapses just as much as wiggling your booty. "Tiger Stripes" is a tightly wound snake charmer with intricate rhythmic patterns offset by chilling pad sweeps, while "Fruitcake" gets even more frantic with its growling distortion and unrelenting tempo. "Land" cools things down to a minimalist techno mindstate on the B-side, and then "Aesop" teases out a more melodic kind of electro for the braindance crew.
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  1. R&S - "Figuration" (11:43)
  2. B&S - "Another State Of Mind" (9:35)
  3. R&S - "Yellow Rug" (4:05)
Review: The latest missive on Rawax's Motor City Edition offshoot doesn't come from Detroit, but rather experienced German trio Patrick Raddatz, Robin Scholz and Philipp Boss. The latter joins forces with Scholz as B&S on the wonderfully meandering "Another State of Mind", a 10-minute exploration of deep electro bristling with fluid ambient synths, spacey electro melodies and languid lines. It's reminiscent of some of Convextion's more ambient-leaning escapades, which is rich praise. The other two tracks come from Raddatz and Scholz. They too, explore undulating, intelligent techno-era ambience on "Yellow Rug", but it's the epic acid/electro fusion of Drexciya style shuffler "Figuration" that stands out.
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 in stock $9.65
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Cat: WDNT 014. Rel: 07 Sep 15
  1. Tripartite Pact (3:16)
  2. Spur (4:21)
  3. Sworn To Secrecy (part 1) (1:41)
  4. L'Homme Mort (7:17)
  5. Funereal Morality (4:35)
  6. Piece Of Pleasure (5:25)
  7. Tryst (6:25)
  8. Sworn To Secrecy (part 2) (3:56)
  9. Silver Sand & Boxes Of Mould (3:09)
  10. Dreams In Colour (1:45)
Review: Golden Pudel's number one DJ-turned-producer, Helena Hauff, returns to Actress's Werkdiscs with her debut LP, marking a fine start to the September release downpour! Compared to her last effort for the label and her banger of an EP on Lux, Discreet Desires spans across much vaster landscapes, and while we knew that she was heavily into Detroit electro, the album is heavily focused on fast, broken beats brimming with synths. "Spur" and "Funereal Morality", for example, are a pair of Drexcyian bombshells, while "Piece Of Pleasure" clearly takes inspiration from Kraftwerk and the resulting synth pop wave. Instead, "Silver Sands & Boxes Of Mould" showcases her more experimental side thanks to its cinematic soundscapes and sparse beats, along with the beatless sway of "Dreams In Color". A fine debut LP that cements Hauff's position at the vanguard of current electronics.
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 in stock $16.00
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