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New releases last eight weeks: Electro

Electro vinyl released in the last four weeks
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Renegade Transmission EP
Cat: SKO 001. Rel: 19 Oct 23
Renegade (6:05)
Tekyes (5:53)
Acid Life (5:52)
Fractalization (5:27)
Review: Adj makes a physical brand of electronic music that is all about making you move with punchy rhythms. He's done so on the likes of Armada earlier in the year, as well s For Those That Know, Tensor Norm and Another Perspective, but now lands on Serenity In Keos with his latest. The man known to his mother as Andy Jaggers has long been vital to the UK scene and that isn't going to change on the evidence of this new one - a moody, warm and deep exploration of broken electro beats, sci-fi worlds and lithe synth details that are cinematic and emotive as well as being hella catchy for your heels.
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 in stock $17.22
World Of Ecstasy (reissue)
Cat: SJR 46012. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Music-A-Lizer (short version) (3:38)
World Of Ecstasy (3:46)
Music-A-Lizer (long version) (5:33)
Computer (4:07)
Review: Soul Jazz Records promise this is a one off and strictly limited pressing of Alien Starr's 'World Of Ecstasy.' It is a faithful reproduction of the original in terms of art and sound and has been restored from the label after they included it on their excellent recent Space Funk 2 - Afro-Futurist Electro Funk In Space 1976-84 compilation. tUSA in 1985 featuring big slap bass energy, hand claps, drum funk and electro boogie bass. .
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 in stock $15.63
Stasislogue EP
Stasislogue EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CYPHN 06. Rel: 24 Oct 23
Track Thirty 7 (5:10)
Callisto (5:36)
May Eleventh (5:10)
Space Watch (5:51)
Places For People (6:24)
Review: Otherwise known as Doc Bozique and fresh from a reissue album on Cosmic Soup, Howard Dodd's work as Anoesis has been well and truly revived and progressed out of the archival realm into actual new productions. On this record for Cyphon, we're treated to more of the elegantly warped, subliminal machine funk associated with Anoesis since his cult mid-90s releases, veering from the deep-tracking sonar techno of 'Track Thirty 7' to the Guidance-ready bump of Callisto, which must surely be a tribute to the legendary house producer. There's soul and flair by the bucketload, calling out to all those who value a little imagination in their club music.
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 in stock $16.43
Space Metaphysics
Space Metaphysics (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: MPHS 003. Rel: 12 Oct 23
Artesano Titer - "Free Fall From Space" (6:32)
Artesano Titer - "An Unexpected Arrival" (7:24)
B22 - "Astral Projection" (5:21)
B22 - "Make You Free" (5:21)
Review: Cologne label Mephis/Monevido continues to be pushing some of the freshest acid and tech house around as they welcome Artesano Titer and B22 for a split 12" of dazzling late night sonics. Titer's 'Free Fall From Space' is an expert exercise in layered up 303 snake charming, while 'An Unexpected Arrival' locks into a lowdown groove with brain-tweaking modulation running up top. B22 kick off the B-side with a bleep-informed dose of acid from the dark side and some downright nasty groove action kicking off on 'Make You Free', with an instantly recognisable sample from an LFO classic thrown in for good measure.
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Cat: UFC 05. Rel: 20 Oct 23
AT68 (6:30)
AT68 (Not Even Noticed remix) (5:01)
AT69 (6:42)
AT70 (6:50)
 in stock $14.57
Present Magnificus
Cat: SPTM 008. Rel: 15 Nov 23
Blade Soup (7:13)
Bleeding Rainbow (7:07)
Dolphin's Parade (7:21)
Summer Lies (6:45)
Review: Atimpuri emerges from the Italian prog techno scene with Present Magnificus, a sublime new EP for the small but already well formed Spaziotempo (or 'space time') label. Giordano is already known amongst those who know as a fine DJ and producer, as the uninitiated will now discover with this top label debut. He explores fusing of an array of styles form techno to prog, trance to Italo, breakbeat to electro on an EP that is thoroughly of the moment. all the sounds are sci-fi in design and futuristic in mood with compelling grooves and plenty of great designs that work as well on head as they do heel.
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 in stock $13.25
Turn Up The Beat EP
Turn Up The Beat EP (12" limited to 280 copies)
Cat: BARRO 009. Rel: 15 Nov 23
Turn Up The Beat (5:54)
I Hope To Return (5:03)
New Day (3:45)
Wipeout (5:07)
Face To Face (5:20)
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Cat: DATABASE 002. Rel: 05 Oct 23
High Voltage (5:18)
313 (6:25)
Acid Matters (5:57)
Lunar Tides (6:03)
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Un Eclair Dans La Nuit EP
Cat: LDDLJ 008. Rel: 15 Nov 23
AV1 - "Meta2"
Fsk24 & Felix Dulac - "Un Eclair Dans La Nuit"
Fsk24 & Nils - "Toomai Des Elephants" (7:01)
Fsk24 & Solal Reyes - "Tongue Twister" (6:22)
Review: The twisted and trance-infused progressive techno sound of Les Disques De La Jungle is one we have been keen to hear more from, and here we have it: a new EP featuring some of the artists who have already dropped heat here. AV1 goes first with the crispy metal drums and warped synths of 'Meta2' then Fsk24 & Felix Dulac combine for the hammering tech-funk of 'Un Eclair Dans La Nuit' which would have been a Tyrant classic back in the day. Fsk24 then hooks up with Nils for the stomping and noen-lit jungle-tech of 'Toomai Des Elephants' before partnering with Solal Reyes for the tripped out but driving closer 'Tongue Twister'.
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Shin God/Oh Sawagi
Shin God/Oh Sawagi (cassette single)
Cat: CDBA 319. Rel: 09 Oct 23
Shin God (1:50)
Fire - Wish You Were Here (short version) (0:54)
Love (0:50)
Oh Sawagi (2:23)
Iya Iya Ki (0:34)
Twitter Is Still Full Of Dreams (1:28)
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Globular Cluster EP
Cat: PARTOUT 1104. Rel: 05 Oct 23
Globular Cluster (6:10)
Overcompensate (5:53)
Acidy (6:35)
Striker (5:41)
Review: Partout is a perfect home for the latest sonic transmissions from Bohm. He is no stranger to exploring the outer edges of the minimal and techno universe and that's what he does here for the first moment the needle hits the record. 'Globular Cluster' is booming, deep, supple, mid tempo techno with far sighted chords and lashings of cosmic energy. 'Overcompensate' is a more bubbly and melodic with with tumbling synth patterns falling like rain before 'Acidy' layers up soft, meandering 303 lines over bumping drum funk. 'Striker' shuts down with some spaced out breakbeat blissfulness.
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Tags: Acid House
 in stock $15.36
Compilation CJA 04
Compilation CJA 04 (12" + inserts)
Cat: CJACT 004. Rel: 31 Oct 23
Brainbeats - "Shaman Come With Me" (4:49)
Pastresdrole - "Hidden Properties" (5:31)
SPL - "Super Plankton Lake Theory" (4:37)
0-Confidence - "I Call It Music" (5:19)
Dj Iguane - "Free Sex" (4:35)
Smogo - "We Never Blink" (4:03)
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Liquid Wiggle EP
Cat: EYA 025. Rel: 24 Nov 23
Liquid Wiggle (6:45)
TNT (5:18)
Bovine (Radioactive Man remix) (6:06)
Bovine (7:03)
Review: Eya continues to be a hotbed of cheeky club energy as they welcome the power duo Thoma Bulwer and Anna Wall to lay down some nasty grooves after they last collaborated for Serenity in 2021. 'Liquid Wiggle' is a sassy slice of contemporary acid house shot through with trippy FX and catchy tech house motifs, while 'TNT' is a boxy beat down with rubbery electro bass which slots in perfectly on Eya. On the flip, the mighty Radioactive Man steps up with a remix of 'Bovine' which is heavy on atmosphere and his trademark electro flair before the original version closes the record out in a burst of dazzling electro house.
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Tags: Tech House
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Zydereen De Neptuno EP
Cat: PARTOUT 1801. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Zydereen De Neptuno (6:04)
Black Light (5:48)
Lead-Acid Mentality (6:20)
Nocturnal Passengers (6:15)
Review: Buckle up and hold on tight for the latest electro excursion from the French folks behind the Patrout label. Buraye is the man in the driver's seat and sets his sights on the stars with 'Zydereen De Neptuno' which has zippy synths and snappy snares all weaving in and out of the drums. 'Black Light' then has a more menacing and darker bassline and 'Lead-Acid Mentality' brings the cyborg funk with a punchy beat and snaking bassline keeping you guessing. Last of all is 'Nocturnal Passengers' - defined by its squelchy and plunging bassline.
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Interdance EP
Cat: INTER 001. Rel: 28 Nov 23
Cabanelas - "Interdance"
Cabanelas & Soto - "Afilando La Faca"
Mich - "1937"
Mich - "Serotonina"
Review: Interdance is a new label tapping into the fruitful trancey tech house sound and its opening gambit features three artists doing great work within the sub-sub genre. Montevideo Electric main man Cabanelas is up first with the widescreen delights of 'Interdance', clearly an anthem of sorts for the label's direction. Then he links up with Soto for the more playful, acid-tickled workout 'Afilando La Faca' which could just as easily work at a warehouse rave as a conventional club. Mich takes over the B side with two contrasting cuts - the shimmering, transcendental '1937' and the synth-pop influenced 'Serotonina'. Along with the A-side tracks, they confirm Interdance as a new label to watch in this buoyant scene.
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Spacevax EP
Cat: PARTOUT 1002. Rel: 03 Nov 23
The Infinity Gate (6:54)
The Way To The Stars (6:20)
The Roaming (6:34)
Spacevax (5:43)
Review: Chris Carrier is a long-time part of the underground. The Frenchman has released on a fine array of labels and served up plenty of ever-evolving sounds. For this one he digs into electro, tech, house and minimal starting with the praying loops and intergalactic turbulence of 'The Infinity Gate.' It's a noisy and intense one for the peak of the night while 'The Way To The Stars' is a more smooth grooving tune with nimble drums and bass. 'The Roaming' then rides on a bumping drum and bass comb that is run through with sleek and searching synth rays and last of all 'Spacevax' offers a clean and crisp electro-tinged beat on which to vibe while the sci-fi chords rain down from above with real elegance.
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Populous EP
Cat: VRL 004. Rel: 03 Oct 23
Raspmutal (7:55)
Down Turn (5:09)
Fullow Street (5:28)
Process (7:12)
Review: It was the Sprungkartellwachs label that first put this out and soon after it became something of a cult classic that has since become much sought after. Mat Carter's own Varial label now has the rights to a proper re-release that will once again have dance floras twisted inside out and back to front. There is a freaky future menace to the paranoid synth and bumping drums of 'Raspmutal' before 'Down Turn' spins out into the cosmos on icy electro rhythms. Slowing things down for some stoned inward reflection is the gorgeous downtempo cut 'Fullow Street' before 80s synths bring retro charm to the cinematic electro of 'Process.'
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Technicolor (remastered)
Cat: M 003. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Technicolor (radio mix) (4:45)
Color Dubbing (3:28)
Technicolor (long mix) (6:53)
Review: It's time to head back to 1987 and the early days of techno and electro experiments helmed by Juan Atkins and Doug Craig as Channel One at their studio lab in Detroit for this one. Remastered from the original tapes for this reissue, 'Technicolor' sounds as new and inventive now as ever - it has crashing hits and tight arps with hints of Kraftworks tinny synth work over a punchy low end with muffled vocal stabs. Pure body music. Radio and long mixes are included alongside third version 'Color Dubbing'. Essential stuff.
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Red Tears
Red Tears (12")
Cat: LNDD 002. Rel: 16 Oct 23
Dr. Darkness (5:10)
Hearing Voices (Again) (6:38)
Red Tears (6:43)
Machina Drummer (5:45)
Review: It was all the way back in March of 2021 that La Nota Del Diablo first arrived on the scene with its debut EP. Now, more than two years and the completion of a pandemic later, it is back with a welcome follow up. Christian AB is the able beatsmith behind it and opens up with the heads down house of 'Dr. Darkness'. 'Hearing Voices (Again)' is a more frazzled and twitchy broken beat cut that has fizzy electro energy and 'Red Tears' then brings some classic early 80s house vibes to its bass sounds. There is a blissed out vibe to the delicate cosmic sounds of fantastic closer 'Machine Drummer.'
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Point Of Hue EP
Cat: HBR 018. Rel: 12 Oct 23
POH (Point Of Hue) (6:09)
All I Wanna Do (6:59)
Gateway (5:46)
What Did I Take (7:11)
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Mask EP
Mask EP (limited 12")
Cat: FAN 003. Rel: 09 Oct 23
Cat Shits In The Snow (5:10)
Track 2 (7:23)
Mask 001 (5:52)
Mask 002 (6:15)
Review: Fancy another trip to Fantastic Planet? We do, and this third one is the best yet. It finds Robert as your sonic host and laying down four cuts of techno that is designed to twist you inside out. 'Cat Shits In The Snow' is a disgusting title but a fantastic tune - electro-tinged techno tautness with snappy snares and wonky synth leads. 'Track 2' brings a haunting sense of late-night intrigue with its eerie leads and rolling linear drums and then the flip gets more freaky with the thumping and textured intensity of 'Mask 001' and sinewy electronic collisions of 'Mask 002'.
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Power Source EP
Power Source EP (180 gram orange vinyl 12" in screen-printed sleeve limited to 300 copies)
Cat: FSR 004. Rel: 16 Oct 23
For The Hackers (4:30)
For The Racers (5:21)
For The Gamblers (4:37)
For The Farmers (6:08)
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Brule (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: VR 009. Rel: 02 Nov 23
Brule (5:32)
ZAT (4:16)
Cluster 303 (5:59)
VEGA (6:37)
NSEG (bonus track) (6:44)
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Symbolic Language
Cat: OTM 001. Rel: 12 Oct 23
Reading The Past (4:18)
Symbolic Language (5:10)
A Recurring Dream (5:44)
Resonance (6:30)
Same Souls (5:27)
 in stock $15.88
Funk The System
Cat: RAT 22. Rel: 19 Oct 23
Yellow Fire (4:29)
Never Mind The Gap! (5:07)
Ursuppe (4:41)
Funk The System (feat Rizmi On The Mic) (6:07)
Urban Utan (5:45)
Review: Credit 00 continues to bring his own brand of deviant machine music to the forefront on Rat Life, this time aided and abetted by the mighty Wolf Muller. The two reportedly got into the studio in Dusseldorf in 2018 and took an omnivorous approach from chopping up breaks and sampling acoustic instruments to wringing as much funk as possible out of every synth in reach. While the tracks have been stewing for some time, now they're finally available on this release, sounding like a perfect summation of two distinct voices in the leftfield reaches of German club music and not like anything either has released before.
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 in stock $19.06
Maintain The Golden Ratio
Maintain The Golden Ratio (180 gram vinyl 12" + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 313EP1. Rel: 12 Oct 23
Maintain (4:51)
The Golden Ratio (version) (4:44)
Review: Cybotron are best known as the early purveyors of electro as we know it, responsible for the genre's more mechanised incarnations from as early as the mid-1980s. Now, though, they "re-emerge in our contemporary cybercultural age when artifactual futures begin a transition into a new era of "Meta'", with two new tracks on Tresor, 'Maintain' and 'The Golden Ratio'. While this sentence might take some decoding, we're fain to speculate that it has something to do with the current mass-mediated zeitgeist centring on virtual reality and its implications for metaphysics, both of which right up Cybotron's street as concepts go. Something about the perturbed spirit of 2023 has awoken Juan Atkins and Laurens von Oswald from their decades-long slumber to produce this vocoded, deep-waving, technocult opus. We must figure out what!
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Dor E Miseria
Cat: FA 018. Rel: 05 Oct 23
Dor E Miseria (5:48)
Dor E Miseria (Martinelli remix) (4:28)
Movida Pelo Odio (5:38)
Euforia Sinistra (6:02)
Furia Funk (5:53)
 in stock $14.31
Place Of Connect Pt 1
Place Of Connect Pt 1 (limited 12")
Cat: CH 007. Rel: 19 Oct 23
Played by: DJ Mau Mau
 in stock $14.83
Techniques 4 Life
Cat: EMO 004. Rel: 25 Oct 23
Plomp In The Domp
Techniques For Life
Frontin' (4:44)
CLV - CLT (5:35)
 in stock $13.77
Meze EP
Meze EP (12")
Cat: MT 170. Rel: 28 Nov 23
Humble Quest
Snake Eyes
Review: Motech is one of those label that has been an ever present in the underground for years and it likely always will be that way, such is the consistency of the output. Label head DJ 3000 steps up for this latest release which takes the label ever closer to 200 outings over all, and as always he mines a perfect sweetspot between techno, breakbeat and house. 'Meze' has tense drum tech underneath mystic and exotic leads from the Middle East, while 'Humble Quest' keeps things nimble with deft synth smears over thud drum funk. The synth-infused and Detroit style techno of 'Tanbur' makes for a serene listen while 'Snake Eyes' brings a little freaky synth energy to close out.
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 in stock $15.36
The House Of Web: Reworked Vol 2
The House Of Web: Reworked Vol 2 (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: ACIDO 037. Rel: 01 Nov 23
Dj Sotofett - "Track 1" (4:10)
Dynamo Dreesen & SJ Tequilla - "Track 2" (5:37)
DJ Gizzard - "Track 3" (3:47)
DJ Yoav B - "Track 4" (8:13)
Review: Acido Germany has pulled together a serious selection of artists for The House Of Web: Reworked Vol 2, which is a collection of eight new takes on music made by Takuya Sogimoto for this label back in 2020 and 2022. The inimitable DJ Sotofett kicks off with 'Track 1,' a lithe and twisted acid jacker with mad machine rhythms slowly working you into a funk. Dynamo Dreesen & SJ Tequilla's 'Track 2' is an icy electro workout full of kinetic dance floor energy and DJ Gizzard keeps it freaky with his popping electro jam 'Track 3'. DJ Yoav B shuts down with the rhythmically playful and off-kilter 808s of 'Track 4'.
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 in stock $21.18
Party Edits
Cat: BUMPE 000. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Sample This Piano
DJ Spun vs The Jack Squad - "Track 2"
Can You Feel The Beat (DJ Spun Bass mix)
Acid Man (edit)
Review: Spun's Party Edits is real catnip for DJs who like to work the floor hard. Next up, the scalpel maestro, DJ and West Coast legend lands on a new sub-label from Blkmarket Underground Music label with another hard-hitting 12" that really brings the party. First up is the iconic 'Sample This Piano' with new low sling beats but the haunting lead melodies left in place. DJ Spun Vs The Jack Squad's 'Track 02' is an ice cold minimal house cut with lo-fi pads and amercing vibe and 'Can You Feel The Beat' (DJ Spun Bass mix) is a trippy analogue jam with dusty breaks and emotive vocal hooks. 'Acid Man' closes with a raw ghetto feel. A fine start to life for this new label, then.
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Smog On The Dancefloor
Cat: IM 014. Rel: 09 Oct 23
Smog On The Dancefloor (feat Rein) (3:58)
Frozen (4:27)
Circus (4:03)
Not Real (4:18)
Review: Frenchman Djedjotronic makes raw, brain frying electro and techno fusions that have so far come on labels like Boysnoize Records, CPU and ZONE. Now more than a decade into his career he lands on Italo Moderni with more stark and strobe-lit sounds. There is no messing on the opener 'Smog On The Dancefloor (feat Rein)' which is a dark wave macho disco pumper. It's the same with 'Frozen' and its barrage of caustic synth lines and distant Italo melodies. 'Circus' picks up the pace with whip-snapping drum breaks and eerie chords and 'Not Real' shuts down with turbocharged synth energy and more haunting atmospheres.
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Tags: EBM
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The Artifact
Cat: HG 003. Rel: 12 Oct 23
Alme (5:49)
All Around Us (6:26)
Sapphire (6:46)
Tar Like Gold (version 11722) (6:49)
Top Hat (5:48)
Rdr Kibosh 001 (5:09)
 in stock $12.98
Selenium (12")
Cat: ET 029. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Selenium (4:20)
Glitch (4:13)
Is That Ok (Rap mix) (3:08)
Is That Ok (Electro mix) (3:04)
 in stock $22.24
Highway To Planet E
Highway To Planet E (limited 12")
Cat: QU I002. Rel: 21 Nov 23
Magic Ambience (6:18)
Weather Morphing (8:06)
Kick It & Drop It (6:44)
Empire State Beat (5:31)
 in stock $16.95
Infinite Balance
Infinite Balance (limited 12")
Cat: IBI 008. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Rise Up (4:49)
Direct Drive (4:02)
Empty Bodies (3:54)
Balance Of Error (3:02)
Infinite Games (5:01)
Relapsing Cycles (4:29)
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Babyrise Bluedreamers
Babyrise Bluedreamers (limited 12")
Cat: OB 0025. Rel: 25 Oct 23
Babyrise (8:17)
Bluedreamers (7:52)
Bluedreamers (ETI rework) (5:08)
Review: We know a rave/breakbeat EP from San Francisco when we see one, and are just as liable to get excited for it as you are. So strap in. The collaborative duo of two scene favourites Graeme McAllister, Eric James and Tim "Buna" Bibilla, E.T.I and Graeme first released 'Babyrise Bluedreamers' under the name 'Babyrise' way back in 1996, on their very own Oboro imprint which took after the infamous image of the ouroboros, i.e. serpent eating its own tail, as its logo. As much should be clear from such an image: this is an entheogenic breaks two-sider, with the opening 'Babyrise' working in vocal croaks and whispers between an energized rave pattern, and 'Bluedreamers' getting much slipperier with it, and its central twinge bass sounding like an alien spaceship hovering over the horizon.
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Contact (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ERN 005. Rel: 15 Nov 23
Contact (7:27)
Flight Path (6:01)
Superchomp (4:29)
Arrival (4:53)
New Horizons (5:11)
Review: Featherstone is no longer just a parochial town in West Yorkshire, but is also the name of an interesting emerging producer who arrives on Ernest's Way for a fifth EP here. Once again it is a great blend of styles from electro to techno with both dance floor clout and indelible emotions characterising the grooves. 'Contact' kicks off with the sort of serene grooves that ensure you take flight and gaze on at the celestial synths. 'Flight Path' is a darker, more turbulent trip then 'Superchomp' is a warp speed and jittery electro classic with cyborg funk at its core. Two further masterful jams round out a rich EP.
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DDS 08
DDS 08 (limited 12")
Cat: DDS 08. Rel: 17 Nov 23
Filmmaker - "Cursed Lineage" (5:22)
Filmmaker - "Summonings" (2:51)
Filmmaker - "Evidence Ignorers" (5:18)
Petros Spatharos - "God's Vanity" (5:29)
Petros Spatharos - "Tropical Riot" (5:19)
Petros Spatharos - "Maneuver To Infinity" (4:40)
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The Sound Of Sirens EP
Cat: SER 02. Rel: 24 Nov 23
The Sound Of Sirens (7:23)
The Quiet After The Storm (6:49)
The Wind In The Sails (6:54)
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Transmigration Part II
Cat: DFR 001. Rel: 29 Nov 23
Mechanistic Nature
System Self
Seat Of Mind
Conscious Machinery
Review: Earlier in the year, Barcelona-based Uruguayan Jorge Gamarra (also known as Ecstatic) debuted his Transmigration series on Spanish label Future Tones. For this second volume, he's switched to the freshly minted Dance Floor Rituals label. As with its predecessor, it showcases far-sighted slabs of dancefloor futurism that draw much influence from classic sci-fi techno, electro, early UK tech-house and, to a lesser degree, early 90s bleep & bass. Gamarra giddily skips between sub-heavy sci-fi electro ('Mechanistic Nature'), spacey and melodious widescreen techno ('System Self'), acid-splattered starburst jack-tracks (the formidably sweat-soaked 'Seat of Mind') and warming machine soul (the bleeps, organ stabs and supernova synths of 'Conscious Machinery').
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Shipwrec Electro Sampler 1
Shipwrec Electro Sampler 1 (limited hand-stamped blue marbled 12")
Cat: SHIP 071. Rel: 10 Nov 23
Serge Geyzel - "Still There" (4:58)
Endfest - "La Chouffe" (3:01)
Manasyt - "Row Hammer" (4:49)
Andrew Red Hand - "No War" (6:32)
Alpha Visitor - "Inter Limit" (2:56)
Jauzas The Shining - "Shemale" (4:54)
Review: Electro is fundamentally modern. The coldness of the machine laid bare, a human attempt to express through circuits and wiring. Despite adhering to specific codes and norms, it is a sound that refuses to be pigeonholed. It is with this in mind that Shipwrec has collected a wealth of international talent to showcase their own vision of this bracing style. Serge Geyzel incises from the needle drop, the acid blistered 'Still There' is sliced and quartered by scissoring snares. Endfest changes the trajectory with the modular warmth of 'La Chouffe' before the lines change and Manasyt delivers the darkened angles and punishing percussion of 'Row Hammer.' Andrew Red Hand maintains the shadowy synthlines of his predecessor, industrial undertones bubbling to the surface in distortion-soaked aggression. The mood shifts with Alpha Visitor. Crystalline chords are punctured by crisp drum patterns, stabbing keys and broad arcs unveil a world of sci-fi inspirations. The finale comes from Jauzas the Shining. Broad sweeps introduce 'Shemale' before dripping drums are countered by samples and icy blasts. Modern machine music from six masters.
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Skydream (limited 12")
Cat: SNDRV 4. Rel: 09 Oct 23
Skydream (6:48)
Skydream (Jef K & St Jhons remix) (6:20)
Acid Rain (8:10)
Acid Rain (Peter F Spiess remix) (6:39)
Review: There's a nicely meditational vibe to Camilo Gil's 'Skydream', gliding along with a hint of breakbeat sidewinding to its beat and some deep jungle (as opposed to junglist) atmospherics. The Jef K & St Jhons remix turns it on its head, making it sturdier and adding swagger, not to mention a dash of 80s synth flourish here and there. Rodrigo Valdivia's 'Acid Rain' has a similarly global feeling to it, extra dimensional ambient house with proper tribal rhythm foundations remixed into even spacier territory by Peter F Spiess.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $15.36
Nanoclusters (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: CPU 01111001. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Khroxic Mould
Metro Esc
Digit Six
Metal Glass
Review: Global Goon should be familiar to anyone with an appreciation for real deal braindance from the label that coined it, Rephlex. As a veteran of Aphex's label, the Goon has proven himself to be gifted in the art of off-kilter electro more than enough over the years. Quite simply, no-one is giving machine funk quite the flair and verve this guy is, and his wobbly jams are over-flowing with ideas. This is exactly what braindance is all about, wringing emotion, originality and sense of mischief out of the noisy boxes in your studio. At eight tracks, this is more like an album than an EP, all the better to sink your brain into.
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Our Story EP
Cat: SCR 002. Rel: 03 Oct 23
What Is It?
Secret Path
Power Up!
 in stock $15.11
No Time To Dig
No Time To Dig (limited 12")
Cat: PARRISHBOND. Rel: 19 Oct 23
Always Take The Stairs (6:21)
FickleB (7:23)
I Prefer It My Way (9:29)
Review: Harrison BDP is in playful form on his latest release, which sees the long-serving deep house producer don a new alias: Parrish Bond, a 'tache-sporting secret agent turned crate digger whose Hollywood-worthy missions leave him "no time to dig". Silly set-up aside, the music on show is top-drawer, particularly opener 'Always Take The Stairs', a kind of tribute to Guerilla-era British progressive house piled high with short, tight acid lines, deep organ bass, manipulated choral vocal samples. chunky beats and waves of electronic melodies. He reaches for the TB-303 once more on the more hypnotic and ghostly 'FickleB', before going all exotic, twisted and hazy on the undulating bass, bubbly acid motifs and interlocking melodies of 'I Prefer It May Way'. The name's Bond, Parrish Bond and he's licensed to thrill!
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
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Mimesis EP
Cat: WLTD 008. Rel: 23 Oct 23
Top Music (4:36)
Midi Maze (4:42)
Venise Celeste (7:09)
Mimesis (4:36)
Played by: Tom Drew
 in stock $15.88
Space Invaders Revenge
Cat: V 006. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass (XL remix) (9:14)
Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass (instrumental remix) (6:39)
Pong's Run (with Intergalactic Gary) (4:06)
Review: It's been 22 years since the release of I-F's razor-sharp Dutch electro anthem, "Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass". Given the upsurge in interest in electro of late, it's little surprise to see the man himself offering up this reissue, which is focused around two previously digital-only revisions that first landed back in 2010. Stretched out across the A-side is the brilliant - and undeniably mind-altering - "XL Remix", a nine-minute revision that gives greater prominence to the producer's twisted electronic riffs, industrial strength melodies and dusty drum machine percussion. This time round, it comes accompanied by both a vocoder-free Instrumental take and "Pong's Run", a lesser-known collaboration with Intergalactic Gary that's slow, spacey, out-there and thoroughly intoxicating.
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 in stock $13.77
BLTRSX 01 (12")
Cat: BLTRSX 01. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Ibiza Pareo - "Voy Y Yo" (DJs Pareja remix) (5:44)
SLVN - "Another Antidote" (5:15)
XXX Bump Patrol - "The Bump" (6:16)
Psuedopolis - "Escape Velocity" (4:45)
Suchi - "Make It Thru" (6:19)
Andy Garvey - "Luminary" (5:12)
 in stock $15.36
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