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New releases last two weeks: Electro

Electro vinyl released in the last two weeks
Items 1 to 40 of 40 on page 1 of 1
Hypnotik (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ACEW 016. Rel: 21 May 24
Waz Up (5:47)
Sexy Waz (5:34)
Following (4:30)
Subreal (3:47)
Review: A credible eyewitness is arguably nonexistent; all narrators are unreliable in some way. But the ACEW label boss who bears the name makes a worthy attempt to justify it, laying down four killer downtempo dreams of the tongue-in-cheek, driving kind. 'Hypnotik' was clearly made with the aim to mesmerise in mind: 'Waz Up' and 'Sexy Waz' logically follow each other as snake-charming pendulum-swinging coldwave-chug trances to make up the A-side, while the B's 'Following' and 'Subreal' raise the pace again, deftly working illusory melodies round strangled electro workouts.
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Coddio EP
Coddio EP (12")
Cat: PHI 011. Rel: 15 May 24
Alycone - "Alpha" (6:29)
Vlado - "Tinusha" (5:05)
Francesco Carvetta - "Fly To Freedom" (5:35)
Slot - "Voice Mail" (6:15)
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IL 005
IL 005 (12")
Cat: IL 005. Rel: 21 May 24
Aleqs Notal - "Message From The P" (6:44)
Aleqs Notal - "Drinking Workers" (5:50)
Modern House Quintet - "Nadrezacalenis" (7:35)
Modern House Quintet - "Dioskouron" (8:10)
Review: Syncrophone presents the very first vinyl release from Aleqs Notal's label, Industrial Light. Notal here teams up with longtime friend and fellow producer Modern House Quintet, and together they lay down four pure dancefloor heaters for the contemporary disco-goer. Opening with two functional acid house bustlers, we then get deeper with things with the latter's nocturnal shuffle 'Nadrezacalenis', before ending on a return to utility with 'Disokouron' as well as an inversion of the A1, 'Message From The P', in an upped Chicago house style.
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Los Dos Caminos
Cat: SO 005. Rel: 20 May 24
777 (6:56)
Drakthar (7:13)
Orfeo & Hermes (7:16)
Cosechador Nocturno (6:52)
Review: Braik hails from Montevideo in Uruguay and now lands on Subterranean Odyssey with Los Dos Caminos, a well-rounded EP that shows off his versatility and style. This one has already been getting plenty of hammer from DJs lucky enough to have had advance copies and it's no wonder. '777' is an eerie techno opener with creepy synth sounds and snappy drums, then 'Drakthar' brings some supple acid lines and warming synth surges over militant drums and 'Orfeo & Hermes' is antlers steely and future tech house sound which is more stripped back and atmospheric. Last of all, 'Cosechador Nocturno' brings deep space drippiness and deft synth designs to an ice-cold beat.
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Future Tribe EP
Cat: CRTSX 012. Rel: 14 May 24
Future Tribe (feat 2030) (5:31)
Voce (4:19)
Profondo Rosso (4:44)
Jiminy Cricket (4:59)
Review: Curtis Electonix is already well-loved by electro heads and this new EP from CEM3340 is only going to heighten that feeling. It's a timeless workout that looks to the future with plenty of intergalactic energy. 'Profondo Rosso' is a real standout with its snappy drum funk and wiggling lines. 'Jiminy Cricket' then ups the ante with even more fast-paced drum programming and some classic vocoder vocals, while 'Voce' has a corrugated bassline and knick-snapping hits with silvery slithers of synth worming their way into the next dimension.
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Virtual Visions EP
Cat: TTP 003. Rel: 14 May 24
Virtual Visions (6:33)
Days Of Past (5:03)
Fuck All (5:05)
Panic (6:37)
In Motion (7:35)
Review: Central Intelligence is back with more of his signature techno magic on Time To Panic. The old school pixelated artwork hints at the vibe inside with throwback techno and some retro melodies opening up on the mid tempo 'Virtual Visions'. 'Days Of Past' gets more busy with zippy synth flashing about the mix next to spoken word samples and heavy kicks. 'Fuck All' amps things up further with serrated leads and flashy pads all conveying a sense of urgent intergalactic space travel and the flip side jams 'Panic' - which recalls the Blade Runner soundtrack, and 'In Motion', and elastic cosmic bumper, round out in style.
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Cat Daddy
Cat Daddy (12")
Cat: PPEACH 001. Rel: 23 May 24
Hush (3:02)
Stubborn Butterfly (4:59)
Cat Daddy (Meow mix) (5:20)
Subway (M Train mix) (5:39)
Droptone (6:37)
Review: Darwin Chamber is an alias of Mark Greenfield, an artist who has very much shaped the Bay Area sound across his career. He has done it all from ambient and trip-hop to breakbeats as far back as the 90s. This EP distils all those many years of sound into some sophisticated cuts that go deep. 'Hush' is a quiet downtempo opener, 'Cat Daddy' (Meow mix) brings some funky beats and 'Subway (M Train mix)' has more unsettling texture and languid percussive drums that lock you into a groove then 'Droptone' closes out with nods to a raw 90s rave sound and psyched out synths.
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Marine's Oddysey
Cat: OPAL 002. Rel: 21 May 24
Marine's Odissey (5:30)
Tecnologica (6:23)
Los Misterios (5:40)
Los Finales Annunciados (5:58)
Review: The Opal label continues to establish itself in the electro realm with a second searing new release. This one comes from Cruz and is a full throttle outing that opens with 'Marine's Odissey', a journeying cut with searching synths and coruscated low ends. 'Tecnologica' has an even more rugged mix of raw drums and kicks and bumping basslines that never allow you to settle. There is increased turbulence on 'Los Misterios' with its zippy low ends and squelchy bass all firing every synapse in your brain then 'Los Finales Annunciados' shuts down with knick-snapping snares and alien sounds bringing the whole thing to life.
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Secuencias Del Tiempo Perdido
Cat: PTN 024. Rel: 20 May 24
Hospital Del Mar (5:42)
Pensamiento Geometrico (7:06)
80sLoveParade (5:41)
Let Loose (4:50)
Review: Anthea welcomes Spanish producer C.R.U.Z. onto the roster. C.ru.z.'s live jam arrangements lend well to the overarching mood of toxico-apocalyptic rave here; the 'Secuencias Del Tiempo Perdido' EP contorts to every logical end of acid twinge and direct-current frisson. The darker ends of things are heard on the likes of 'Pensamiento Geometrico' and 'Hospital Del Mar', while a subtler, albeit surreal Italo mood is heard peeking through on '80sLoveParade'.
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EC 137
EC 137 (12")
Cat: HARMONY 014. Rel: 16 May 24
Alfred Czital - "It's Me BB" (6:02)
Jamida - "Lots Of Love" (6:19)
Polygonia - "Akkala" (5:41)
Andy Garvey - "Euphorique" (4:46)
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Trama Artifacts
Cat: IR 006. Rel: 20 May 24
Too Step (6:09)
More Space (4:57)
Sick & Tired (4:57)
(Thinking) Of The Present (6:17)
Review: Decal is the enduring alias of Alan O'Boyle, an Irish electro lifer who has rolled with Weatherall's Rotters Golf Club label among other venerable bastions of the scene. It's been a long time since the project was put on ice, but a quick archival dig yielded some unreleased gems which now find a home on TR One's always-on-point Intrinsic Rhythm. Generationally, this is two different waves of Ireland's healthy electro scene working in tandem, charged by some absolutely deadly machine funk executed around the 1999-2004 era but sounding like all your future shock dystopian dreams made real.
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 in stock $13.57
So I Ride
So I Ride (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MUOVO 02LTD. Rel: 21 May 24
So I Ride (5:15)
My Jordan (5:37)
Something For (9:10)
Review: Following up the digi in 2023, Italy's Muovo Musica bring the edgy jukey electro stylings of Dove Quiete's 'So I Ride' EP to 12" vinyl, doing thorough justice to this sparse sonic tonic, which borders on a skweee temperament. The title track is both jitterbugging and propulsive, fitting in reams off bass beneath its earcatching toppy snaps; then things get increasingly weird, with 'My Jordan' working in childish laughs and indecipherable hahas between the woodblocks, and 'Something For' going full-on acid blues remix; all in all, we get the impression of a weirdo's favourite, one that nonetheless knows exactly the kinds of uncanny emotions it hopes to solicit.
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Breakthrough EP
Cat: SNC 011. Rel: 16 May 24
B-Boy Bass (5:49)
B-Boy Bass (Viikatory remix) (5:08)
I'm Yours (5:11)
I'm Yours (DJ MELL G remix) (4:34)
What A Noob (with Ease) (4:17)
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Split Series Vol 1
Cat: SCR 004. Rel: 13 May 24
Fdez - "Abstract Funk" (5:15)
Fdez - "Sun Flight" (5:43)
Fdez - "Raval Noche" (5:06)
Av1 - "Mystic Point" (6:26)
Av1 - "Tropical Excursion" (6:21)
 in stock $15.69
Collectio Vol 7
Collectio Vol 7 (hand-numbered 12" + MP3 download limited to 200 copies)
Cat: XRUST 08. Rel: 13 May 24
Funktor - "Dusty Case" (5:54)
Arre - "Somnium Axis" (6:27)
Doswon - "Component Shortage" (6:16)
Vapor - "DIE Inc" (6:25)
 in stock $17.29
Analog Dream Plants
Cat: WM 02. Rel: 23 May 24
Analog Dream Plants (original mix) (4:55)
Analog Dream Plants (Gimmik remix) (4:21)
Analog Dream Plants (Naqara remix) (4:21)
Analog Dream Plants (MOY remix) (5:38)
Analog Dream Plants (Sound Synthesis remix) (5:01)
Review: Part 2 of the Wave Modulation Series is here. This time the troupe presents a fine release from Gimmik, with remixes from Moy, Sound Synthesis and Naqare Lucid. The central number is 'Analog Dream Plants', which commands a uniquely well-rounded, full-bodied sense of space (it's so organic, even the hi-hats have bass) while reflecting the more repititious elements found in nature by way of lilting two-tones, analog synth ostinati, and, muted vocal murmurations. The quality is kept up almost effortlessly, with dreamy transitions into spacey electro from both Gimmik and Moy, all while Naqara Liquid indulges an equally lovely, but toothier, IDM interpretation.
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 in stock $21.02
Debossed (limited red vinyl LP + fanzine booklet + stickers)
Cat: ACIWAX 86. Rel: 14 May 24
Radio Korea
Wild Juke
Neoprene Chukka (Vibram Upgrade)
Fruit (Hyper)
Liquid Polymer
Debossed (Rebossed)
 in stock $21.27
Alien Radio
Cat: SCV 12. Rel: 20 May 24
The 4th Industrial Revolution (5:48)
Human Mistake (4:32)
Final Wave (4:21)
Alien Radio (6:36)
Human Mistake (The Exaltics remix) (4:45)
Review: We all know electro as a genre is themed implicitly around the idea of a robot apocalypse, but what happens when the humans rebel? Human Rebellion's latest 12" 'Alien Radio' goes some way to describing this imagined sonic insurgency, titularly from the POV of an alien onlooker who may or may not be orchestrating the entire thing as a proxy war. Opening with the whammy explosions of 'The 4th Industrial Revolution' and continuing the mad-maxxed charge with 'Human Mistake', it's clear that this is a rebellion in which the humans, too, have mastered the machine. Are we talking OG mortals or cyborgs here? Then comes 'Final Wave' and 'Alien Radio', narrating the head-on charging, terrasonic war tactics of our fleshly friends - their would-be coup de grace - before handing back to our extraterrestrial sponsor for a brief intermission of 4x4 airwaved freq-outs, followed by a final slipperer remix from long-timers The Exaltics.
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FM 005
FM 005 (12")
Cat: FM 005. Rel: 23 May 24
Innuendo - "Reise Ins Zentrum Der Zeit" (6:53)
Five Ten - "Control" (5:56)
Mono-Tone - "Night Spirits" (5:43)
SPAC - "My Galaxy Is Not Yours" (5:40)
Review: Flight Mode Records' fifth release offers a riveting exploration of futuristic techno landscapes with four distinct tracks from formidable artists. Innuendo's 'Reise Ins Zentrum Der Zeit' kicks off the first side with pulsating rhythms and a progressive build, evoking a journey through time with its driving energy. Following suit, Five Ten's 'Control' harks back to early 90s techno with a robust beat and bleepy melodies, giving listeners with its nostalgic charm. On Side-2, Mono-Tone presents 'Night Spirits,' an enthralling piece featuring a heavy acid line enveloped in ethereal echoes, accompanied by a subtle electro undertone that adds depth to the track's atmosphere. Closing the release, SPAC's 'My Galaxy Is Not Yours' injects upbeat energy with trance elements, inviting listeners on a cosmic voyage filled with pulsating rhythms and hypnotic melodies. Flight Mode Records' commitment to pushing the boundaries of techno is evident in this diverse selection of tracks, shows the label's dedication to delivering forward-thinking electronic music.
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Played by: Rave Energy
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Time Frame EP
Cat: MR B007. Rel: 14 May 24
Arigato (6:01)
Roll To Life (Terry F Tribute) (7:15)
She's Coming (5:34)
Rendal (5:41)
Review: New to Mr. Banger Records comes the latest four-tracker from Ukrainian producer Roma Khropko. Kicking the year off with a bang after a whopping four EPs released in 2023, 'Time Frame' slows down time at the critical moment of now, in which a breather is perhaps most needed. Khropko's take on house and techno is organ-ic, hypnotic and sparse, preferring the interplay of different percussion, acid and FM synth parts. Terry F tribute 'Roll To Life' is the moment the EP finds its feet, drawing on thick gabber-esque kicks and muted pads-n-bloops, to counterpose the janky saws of 'She's Coming' to follow. Closer 'Rendal' flaunts the breadth of Khropko's palette with a chugging closing rabbit hole plunge.
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Tags: Tech House
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Like A Song From Your Dream
Cat: LIES 206. Rel: 16 May 24
Enchantress 1200 (3:12)
Drizzle In A Laserbeam (4:43)
Seven Challenges (4:33)
Always Take It There (4:51)
ZILOG For The World (4:25)
Cheval Electrique (4:16)
Cottagecore XTC (3:32)
Like A Song From Your Dream (4:11)
Review: Legowelt is a master of electronic music. He coaxes more feelings and emotions and originality out of his machines in one record than many people manage in a whole career. He has made millions (probably) of them in his time but it is still always worth checking in with what he does next. In this case, it's a new album for New York punks L.I.E.S. called Like A Song From Your Dream which comes with one of his own cover art illustrations. Musically it finds him in electro mode, layering up squelchy synths, kinetic and ice-cold rhythms and plenty of sci-fi motifs with inescapable cosmic energy. It is yet another doozy from the man who never misses.
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The Sad Life Of An Instagram DJ
Cat: SLVMNCR 006. Rel: 14 May 24
Alpha Juno Storm Watch (4:25)
Soundblaster Pro Tripper (5:09)
Kawai K4 Acid Spring (6:30)
The Sad Life Of An Instragram DJ (5:47)
No One Wants To Buy My NFT (4:25)
Review: Is there anyone out there more profile that Legowelt? The Dutch wonder producer has got almost as many aliases as there are days of the year and nearly as many releases out in the world as there are grains of sand on a beach. And importantly they are all excellent, as is this new one which finds him turning on his machines and cooking up fine fusion of electro and techno that head off to the edges out our known universe. Colourful, characterful and potent for DJs and dancers, this is another essential 12" from the indefatigable synth king, not least because of the great track titles.
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Fracture (180 gram vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: OATH 017. Rel: 16 May 24
Flare (5:09)
Photos (5:17)
Flare (Otik remix) (5:02)
Your Love (4:50)
Fracture (5:24)
Fracture (Spray remix) (7:19)
Review: Long Island Sound steps out here with an enthralling full-length on Oath that explores myriad mystical deep house depths. There is a live feel to the skipping beats and organic percussion of the opener which comes alive on rousing chords. 'Photos' has trance-like pads that was over you in waves as the broken beats soar and then the opener gets remixed by Otik before tracks like 'Your Love' immerse you in more emotionally wrought synthscapes and precision-engineered beats. 'Fracture' is another well-designed sound with ghostly drums and pads and it then gets remixed into a shuffling garage-tinged beat that might be the best of the lot.
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030313 (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 360. Rel: 20 May 24
Model 500 - "I D L E" (5:34)
Ectomorph - "Searching" (live At Globus) (4:42)
AMX - "Your Body" (5:18)
DJ Stingray 313 - "Dynamic Instability" (3:53)
JakoJako - "Metal Goat" (5:03)
Erik Jabari - "Screamore" (4:43)
Review: Tresor joins forces with Carhartt - a company that can trace its roots back to the Motor City - to celebrate techno's two premier cities, Detroit and Berlin. The formula is devilishly simple: brand new cuts from artists based in one of the two cities, with stone-cold legends being joined by rising stars. There are headline-grabbing contributions from Juan Atkins as Model 500 (the warped, alien, dub-flecked and Cybotron-esque electrofunk of 'I.D.L.E') and DJ Stingray 313 (the industrial electro clank of 'Dynamic Instability'), plus fine contributions from JakoJako (the early morning techno hypnotism of 'Metal Goat'), AMX (the wonderfully hazy, deep and dubbed-out electro shuffle of 'Your Body') and Erik Jabari (the mind-mangling modular madness of 'Screamore').
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Hide Rate
Hide Rate (12")
Cat: LOVEP 04. Rel: 16 May 24
Hide Rate (4:12)
Lard Style (feat Scheme Boy) (3:52)
Having An Obnoxious Moment (1:12)
Big Square Wheels (5:44)
Totally Kippered (3:33)
Review: Love Love presents a collaborative release by two of the freshest contemporary Avon producers here in Best Pest and Kursa. Kursa, also known as one half of S.Murk, has picked up a significant following in both the UK and the USA with a unique mix of tight, maximalist bass music. Meanwhile, Pest is a familiar name on this label after two previous solo releases which showcased his crunchy techno, electro, and hardware-heavy sounds. Together, they deliver a five-tracker EP that transcends genres as it blends elements of dubstep, grime, hardcore, and garage with intricate sound design. Audacious, to be sure.
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Wheel Of Fortune
Cat: OVG 005. Rel: 15 May 24
Foreknowledge (6:23)
Controversial Sequence (6:08)
Experiment X (6:10)
Revolution (4:54)
Review: Overground label co-founder Rickie is next up with four classy outings that operate in the worlds of minimal and tech house. First out of the blocks is the nice and futurist 'Foreknowledge' with its beeps and pulses colouring steely tech grooves. 'Controversial Sequence' is more zoned out with balmy pads bringing some far-sighted cosmic ambiance and 'Experiment X' on the flip does as all B1 cuts should - gets more loose and weirder for the late-night crew with wispy melodies and panning synth drones. 'Revolution' shuts down with a nice rueful and melancholic feel in the pads.
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Tags: IDM | Electro Techno
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Sonic Explorations EP
Cat: CARPET/LAB 05. Rel: 17 May 24
Phunky (6:33)
Motion Control (6:23)
Oriolus (6:02)
Voyager (6:44)
 in stock $17.83
Made Of Magma
Made Of Magma (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: KAJUNGA 011. Rel: 13 May 24
Lava Barrels At High Tide (6:01)
Totally Pitted (5:12)
Cosmic Rip Current (5:13)
Lobotomy Party (5:38)
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Here To Stay
Cat: TRUE 12164. Rel: 21 May 24
Here To Stay (5:55)
Our Destiny (6:30)
Review: Partystarting electro master Christian Smith, known as a longtime contributor to Drumcode, now lands on Truesoul for the first time, delivering two fresh dystopia-relishing electro-techno cuts in the form of 'Here To Stay', arriving on 12". The Tronic boss and all round techno stalwart flaunts teh groovier and more melodic side of his music personality here; 'Here To Stay' is a slick slice of robot fun, underlined by an elegant melodic underbelly, rugged electro riffs and an intergalactic vocal. Its accompaniment, 'Our Destiny', is a searing chord-led production, ideal for warm-ups or silky morning sets.
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 in stock $16.50
Alba 180 EP
Alba 180 EP (12" with obi-strip limited to 100 copies)
Cat: GU 005. Rel: 15 May 24
Jack Cyber Goth (Under The Bridge) (Celestial Panic) (6:22)
Good Bye (Celestial Panic) (3:08)
9th Encapsulated (Celestial Panic) (5:43)
Alba180 (Celestial Panic) (7:12)
U8 (Celestial Panic) (8:41)
 in stock $23.15
The Coiled One (Delux Edition)
Cat: CLOCD 5353. Rel: 16 May 24
Heretic's Fork
Compression Test
The Judas Cradle
Syndrome Exhibit
Static Detonates The Gel
Heretic's Fork (bonus tracks - Tensegrity remix)
On The Floor (outtake Rough mix)
Transmitter (outtake mix 1)
Judas Cradle (alternate mix)
Xpander (outtake)
Bytes (outtake)
Vortex (extended mix)
Accelerate (demo)
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L'Ecstacy (2xLP with obi-strip)
Cat: TURBO 229J. Rel: 21 May 24
Exit Warehouse At Dawn (3:21)
TR Smooth (3:41)
Night Is Not (3:42)
VSOD (Velvet Sky Of Dreams) (5:41)
Feel The Rush (feat Channel Tres) (4:41)
Love Minus Zero (5:14)
Natural Spirit (3:15)
Silence Of Love (feat Jesse Boykins III) (4:26)
Theme From Borneo Function (2:45)
Duro (7:21)
Polyvoxx (4:17)
Ascending Into The Clouds (feat Elisabeth Troy) (6:13)
LMZNIN (2:38)
Winter Crush (5:39)
In Order 2 (4:52)
Review: Canadian artist Tiga and Scotsman Hudson Mohawke's creative bond thrives on, they say, a mutual love of "hardcore romance," which is a unique blend of euphoria, melancholy, and raw friendship power. From 2019 to 2023 in Los Angeles, their mutual inspirations shaped L'Ecstasy, which is their debut album on Tiga's Turbo label. It was originally envisioned for 6am rave catharsis but then the project evolved to embrace 90s rave influences. It features chill-out ambient tracks like 'Exit Warehouse at Dawn' and 'LMZNIN' but also bangs with more immediate anthems like 'IN ORDER 2,' 'VSOD,' and 'Ascending into the Clouds', all of which leave indelible marks. This album captures this accomplished pair's journey through sonic landscapes and celebrates the highs and lows of their musical kinship in a space of creative ecstasy.
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L'Ecstasy (Japanese Edition)
L'Ecstasy (Japanese Edition) (CD with obi-strip)
Cat: TURBO 229JCD. Rel: 23 May 24
Exit Warehouse At Dawn
TR Smooth
Night Is Not
VSOD (Velvet Sky Of Dreams)
Feel The Rush (feat Channel Tres)
Love Minus Zero
Natural Spirit
Silence Of Love (feat Jesse Boykins III)
Theme From Borneo Function
Ascending Into The Clouds (feat Elisabeth Troy)
Winter Crush
In Order 2
 in stock $23.68
Magma EP
Magma EP (12")
Cat: SB 005. Rel: 16 May 24
Magma (6:13)
Meramdened (5:57)
Mere Ra (5:18)
Notice (6:05)
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Elephant EP
Elephant EP (transparent pink vinyl 12")
Cat: SCART 01. Rel: 13 May 24
Elephant (6:08)
The Undersea (5:05)
Elephant (INVNTR remix) (7:33)
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Atom Heart
Cat: UTTU 157. Rel: 22 May 24
Blind Stop (5:11)
Atom Heart (4:53)
Out Of Thoughts (4:19)
Spaceship (5:51)
Freaky (4:25)
Matrix (5:01)
Review: Straight from the icy heart of Poland comes Viikatory with her latest EP 'Atom Heart'. Seven electro facehuggers straddle the adjacent ends of acid and bleep techno, as an overarching mood of of sludginess is felt. Increasingly experimental and courageous as it continues onwards, the likes of 'Spaceship' and 'Freaky' are the mustiest of the bunch, building on the young hard electro star's already many witnessings of the pan-European DJ circuit.
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Mapagkeun Kawani/Digital Leather Tweaker
Mapagkeun Kawani/Digital Leather Tweaker (translucent turquoise vinyl 12")
Cat: DDR 004. Rel: 15 May 24
Mapagkeun (5:15)
Panen (Mind Harvest) (2:42)
Mapagkeun (Bagvs remix) (6:35)
Kawani (1:57)
Panen (Laenz remix) (5:09)
 in stock $23.94
Easy Over EP
Cat: PNK 08. Rel: 16 May 24
Easy Over (6:23)
Keep It Goin' On (5:33)
Thrill (6:21)
Dancing Riot (5:41)
 in stock $16.50
The Beryllium
Cat: WF 05. Rel: 23 May 24
The Beryllium (6:27)
Magnetic Activity (6:56)
Need To Orbit (5:28)
The Beryllium (Sound Synthesis remix) (5:21)
Review: Zeta Reticula (Uros Umek) is among the wide cream of today's atmospheric breaks and electro producers, carrying on strong with a career that he's kept steady since 2000. Since the mid-2010s, the Slovene star has hopped from label to label, signifying a restlessness that matches the writhing weight of his music. 'The Beryllium' is yet another EP to capture Reticula's preference for unrelent, commanding a unique sense of space and weight that flaunts a true sense of art. Listened to in one way, 'Need To Orbit', sounds like a functional acid jam, but its pitch-perfect use of reverb and EQ renders it gestalt, nearly convincing us that the track was direct-outputted from the aux port of an interplanetary war machine and not a stack of analog synths. On the other hand, the closing remix from Sound Synthesis is nice and cascading - gushing, sheathing sounds abounding - contrasting to Reticula's opting for judderings and impacts.
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Tu Veux Ou Tu Veux Pas? (reissue)
Cat: SMI 013. Rel: 16 May 24
Tu Veux Ou Tu Veux Pas? (5:34)
Tu Veux Ou Tu Veux Pas? (Nem Vem Que Nao Lem mix) (5:27)
Tu Veux Ou Tu Veux Pas? (Anatolian Weapons remix) (8:02)
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