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18 Rays (12")
Cat: ATN 036. Rel: 24 Jul 17
Coldwave/Synth
  1. I Feel Rain (3:49)
  2. These Empty Stairs (4:25)
  3. Long Time Ago (3:47)
  4. North West Plaza (3:27)
Review: Nicolas Motte, Raphael Top Secret, and Antinote's head honcho Zaltan debut their 18 Rays project with this sublime little album and, although this might sound like we're heading into hyperboles, it is probably the best example of modern cold wave that we've heard over the last five years. "I Feel Rain" is a wonderful piece of music with a subtle hint of Joy Division's melancholic drone at the core of its vocals, while "The Empty Stairs" encapsulates everything that we love about downtempo. "Long Time Ago" meanders into open seas thanks to the outfit's solemn vocals and electric use of sparse and explorative guitars, which leaves the fluttering harmonics of "North West Plaza" to linger beautifully in their own ambient swing. Warmly recommended.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan, Mimi
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Cat: ATN 038. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Keyboard Study (3:33)
  2. Days Of Steam (4:16)
  3. Leaving (4:22)
  4. Shaker Loops (3:46)
  5. Distant Images (4:21)
Review: Over the years, DK has been responsible for some of Antinote's most ear-pleasing moments. Even so, we can't think of many as breathtaking as "Keyboard Study", the Steve Reich-with-synthesizers track that kicks off Distant Images, his fourth vinyl excursion for Zaltan's lauded imprint. It superbly sets the tone for what follows: a stunning selection of synthesizer-heavy soundscapes variously inspired by American minimalism, Greek new age ambient and Vangelis's widescreen electronic soundtracks. It's the sort of record that sounds like it could have been made in the early '80s and reissued by Music From Memory, only better (and that's saying something).
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Cat: ATN 027. Rel: 09 May 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Sound (5:34)
  2. Dispositions (6:07)
  3. Border (4:32)
  4. Ossature (3:44)
  5. Tunnel (6:44)
  6. Vitre (5:27)
Review: Stephane Laporte's Fourrure Sounds, released to critical acclaim back in 2014, was something of a lo-fi triumph. Recorded entirely at night, with a variety of old analogue synths and a battered old tape recorder, it saw the Domotic producer pay tribute to experimental French electronic music of the 1970s. This follow-up is almost as good, with Laporte drifting between throbbing, percussive fare (see "Dispositions"), Black Zone Myth Chant style madness ("Ossature"), fine cosmic workouts ("Tunnel"), and blissful, new age-inspired ambient concoctions ("Timre"). It's arguably a little more expansive in scope than its' predecessor, but no less entertaining for it. In fact, it's another must-check record from Antinote.
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FORTHCOMING
Colors
Colors (12")
Cat: ATN 042. Rel: 14 May 18
Deep House
  1. Time
  2. Kesef
  3. Colors
  4. Dark Colors
Played by: Soft Rocks
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Previsto (LP)
Cat: ATN 029. Rel: 27 Jun 16
Electro
  1. L'immaginario (4:20)
  2. Negli Abissi (3:17)
  3. Leggende Metropolitane (5:27)
  4. La Luna (2:36)
  5. Il Registro (4:58)
  6. Lo Schema (4:52)
  7. Previsto (3:26)
Review: Following cassette and vinyl EPs on New York Haunted, Mixed-Up and Antinote, Leonardo Martinelli returns to the latter with his first full-length offering. Decidedly fuzzy and crusty sounding - presumably a by-product of his 'straight to tape' approach - Previsto casually ambles between deep, languid techno, shuffling IDM, gentle, late night melodiousness (the excellent "Legrande Metropolitane"), ghostly ambience (the mesmerizing "La Luna"), and the kind of angular machine music that was once the hallmark of Autechre's finest productions ("Lo Schema"). He finishes with a wonky flourish, too, in the shape of the hugely evocative title track.
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Cat: ATN 040. Rel: 05 Feb 18
Deep House
  1. Micaela (3:42)
  2. Alice (3:59)
  3. Laura (4:20)
  4. Sofia (6:02)
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Cat: ATN 025. Rel: 22 Feb 16
Deep House
  1. Function Spring (8:31)
  2. Gravitation Of Acidtree (8:08)
Review: Given that Inoue Shirabe's last outing for Antinote was something of a luscious gem, you'd expect this follow-up to be similarly impressive. Happily, it is, with the Japanese producer once again showcasing his soft-centred blend of evocative melodious, dreamy electronics and shuffling rhythms. With its' whistling synthesizer melodies, Motor City flashes and sweaty, pitched-down drums, A-side "Function Spring" sounds like a sunrise anthem in the making. He flips the script slightly on the flip, offering an enticing mixture of Soichi Terada style drums, tumbling electronics, humid marimba lines and vintage ambient house pads. Intriguingly, "Gravitation of Acidtree" is also his most intergalactic track to date, suggesting a previously appreciation of classic Detroit techno.
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Cat: ATN 039. Rel: 19 Feb 18
Deep House
  1. Intro Tropical Planatarum (5:22)
  2. Mantodea vs Furcifer Pardalis (3:34)
  3. Victoria Amazonica (4:57)
  4. Teleopsis Dalmanni (3:47)
  5. Outro Oophaga Pumilio (5:12)
  6. Longer Pause - 15 Sec/Petrichor (bonus track) (5:42)
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Reigi (12")
Cat: ATN 041. Rel: 16 Apr 18
Techno
  1. Reigi (6:23)
  2. Haipa (6:11)
Review: More captivating oddities from Paris' ever surprising Antinote camp, following up Sign Libra and D.K's shimmering new-age soundscapes. We have the Reims based producer Slowglide following up a first release on his own imprint Vapeur, but this is his first EP on vinyl. As even the label themselves have suggested, these evocative tracks bear the hallmarks of classic Sheffield bleep techno and IDM from the early '90's - as heard on the dynamic A side cut "Reigi". On the flip, there's more moody and experimental flavour on "Haipa" with its dense broken beats facing off with analogue blips and blurps, calling to mind the seminal work of early Autechre.
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Played by: Doo
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Cat: ATN 03 03. Rel: 17 Apr 17
Techno
  1. E-Sadam (7:39)
  2. Marina Dub (6:02)
  3. Boutique Beast (5:48)
  4. Metal Tent (5:34)
  5. Tazza (5:33)
Review: The vinyl has barely cooled on the second installment of Tolouse Low Trax's Decades series, and the producer has already readied a third and final installment. As with previous volumes, it's a rich and varied affair, with the Salon Des Amateurs resident variously turning his hand to mildly foreboding electronica (the ghostly tribal vocals and hip-hop techno electronic beats of "E-Sadam"), lo-fi electronic dub ("Marina Dub"), krautrock inspired hypnotism ("Boutique Beast"), industrial influenced murkiness ("Metal Tent Wicked"), and Kraftwerk style, proto-techno throb (the standout "Tazza"). In other words, it's business as usual from one of electronic music's most talented producers.
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VARIOUS
Cat: ATN 035. Rel: 05 Jun 17
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Domenique Dumont - "+371" (4:19)
  2. Stephane Laporte - "Timbuktu" (2:25)
  3. Raphael Top-Secret - "Maurilia" (4:10)
  4. DK - "Market Session" (5:23)
  5. Antoine Kogut & Nico Motte - "Jungle Dweller" (4:14)
  6. Inoue Shirabe - "Warm & Easy" (4:02)
  7. Nico Motte - "Cap De Creus" (5:53)
  8. Iueke - "Giza" (5:59)
  9. Tolouse Low Trax - "Raut" (6:30)
  10. Leonardo Martelli - "03 23 (Notte)" (4:08)
  11. Geena - "Metromind" (4:12)
  12. Natsukashii - "Track 12" (3:58)
  13. The Simplists - "Ambiance 9" (3:36)
  14. Alek Lee - "Plastic" (feat Or Edry & Yovav) (5:25)
Review: Zaltan's admirable Antinote label has been one of the most consistently surprising imprints of the last five years, boasting a catalogue that veers from blissful, synth-heavy Balearica and crusty modular noise, to hands-in-the-air rave madness and grouchy, experimental electronica. That on-point eclecticism is much in evidence on anniversary compilation Five Years Of Loving Notes, which boasts 14 previously unheard cuts from Antinote's growing roster of artists. Highlights are plentiful, from the slow burning Balearica of Dominique Dumont's "371", the deep space analogue weirdness of Stephane Laporte's "Timbuktu" and rush-inducing summer cheeriness of DK, to the dense tribal drums of Lueke, throbbing post-Italo drug-chug of Tolouse Low Trax and dubbed-out ambient haziness of The Simplists. In other words, it's a superb collection.
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