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Cat: AX 068. Rel: 30 Sep 15
Techno
  1. Studio Take 1 (4:01)
  2. Studio Take 3 (5:08)
  3. Studio Take 4 (5:52)
  4. Studio Extra (3:04)
Review: Eleven years ago Jeff Mills' Exhibitionist DVD undertook a rather ambitious project. An audio visual presentation where from varying camera angles, viewers got to witness the sheer dexterity of Mills' DJing style across three decks and a 909, warts and all. The second volume promises more of the same across two DVDs and a CD. So expect some epic mixes and the opportunity to witness The Wizard in true form in collaboration with a live drummer and even an interpretive dancer! But best of all; hear some brand new tracks, all exclusive to the mix. They're captured right here on this 12", the second volume. Hearing him do 303 acid over his typical 909 jam sounds as brilliant as you'd expect on "Studio Take 1" and "Studio Extra". On "Studio Take 3 & 4" he goes for the classic Axis sound complete with Millsian bleeps and dreamy pads and all with the trademark metallic hiss and crack of the 909, lurking in the background. Don't miss this.
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Planets (limited 9x7" picture disc box set) (1 per customer)
Cat: AX 073. Rel: 13 Jun 17
Techno
  1. Mercury (Classical version) (1:53)
  2. Mercury (original Sketch)
  3. Venus (Classical version) (3:28)
  4. Venus (original Sketch)
  5. Earth (Classical version) (3:43)
  6. Earth (original Sketch)
  7. Mars (Classical version) (3:30)
  8. Mars (original Sketch)
  9. Jupiter (Classical version) (3:09)
  10. Jupiter (original Sketch)
  11. Saturn (Classical version) (4:32)
  12. Saturn (original Sketch)
  13. Uranus (Classical version) (2:59)
  14. Uranus (original Sketch)
  15. Neptune (Classical version) (2:52)
  16. Neptune (original Sketch)
  17. Pluto (Classical version) (2:55)
  18. Pluto (original Sketch)
Review: Jeff Mills, the legendary Detroit techno pioneer who has been praised and worshipped by everyone club kid over the age of 18 since the late 80s, has focussed his efforts more on the classical side of music in more recent years. His gigs at the Barbican over the last few years, for example, are the shows to which he's dedicated most of his attention to, and it somehow all makes perfect sense. Although legendary tunes like "The Bells" or "Amazon" are straight-up dance floor bombs, there has always been a feeling that Mills' tunes were composed of something more than mere kick drums and monophonic instruments. This new album, Planets, sees the artist showcase the role of science fiction and of an imagined order prominently, something he's always been fascinated with. The likes of "Mercury", "Venus", "Earth" and the rest of the cosmos make more sense here than they do in the academic books; much like the great Sun Ra, it's almost as if these artists have found a simpler, more instinctive way to transmit the power of the universe. And that's through sound. The price might seem hefty, but this will be regarded as a very important release in the future. A fantastic journey through space and time.
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Lost In Space (audiophile vinyl 12")
Cat: AX 075. Rel: 11 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Reflectivity (5:37)
  2. Planets X (5:04)
  3. Exploding Stars (3:30)
  4. Gliese 436B (4:25)
  5. Carbon 14 Plus (4:35)
Review: The Wizard returns with yet another conceptual project steeped in sci-fi on his new LP Lost In Space. Somehow Jeff Mills' constant forays into said aesthetics are always so fascinating. From his reinterpretation of the soundtrack to Fritz Lang's Metropolis at the turn of the millennium, to releases like Time Machine or Man From Tomorrow: this is where we see the techno master at his most creative. The five track release is the first material from Mills' new electronic-classical project, which is a collaboration with Orchestre National Du Capitole De Toulouse. It is not the first time the Detroit artist has worked with an orchestra: back in 2005 he collaborated with Montpellier Philharmonic Orchestra on the Blue Potential LP where they assisted him on covers from his esteemed Axis/Purpose Maker and Underground Resistance back catalogue. The real power of the musicians' contribution can be heard on tracks like "Planets X " which still retain Mill's power of the original, while "Gliese 436B" employs his trademark hypnotic sound.
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Cat: AX 069. Rel: 20 Jan 16
Techno
  1. Live In Leiden (part 1) (5:12)
  2. Live In Leiden (part 2) (4:54)
  3. Live In Leiden (part 3) (4:58)
  4. Live In Leiden (part 4) (5:29)
Review: The third and final instalment of Jeff Mills Exhibitionist 2 series is a series of segments (much like his revered Live At The Liquid Room - Tokyo mix CD, released in 1996) from a live DJ performance in Leiden, Netherlands on 21st February 2015. What Mills set would be complete without "The Bells" (which appears on Part1), "Gamma Player" or one of his epic 909 drum machine solos (as heard on Part 4, to much fanfare). There's a whole bunch of other bleepy epics from the Purpose Maker/Axis back catalogue, all mixed with the kind of raw intensity that The Wizard himself can only portray. There's no doubt he's still one of the best in the business, and this one's definitely for the fans.
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Planets (5.1 audio blu-ray + CD)
Cat: AXCD 050. Rel: 07 Apr 17
Techno
  1. Introduction (Blu Ray)
  2. Mercury
  3. Loop Transit 1
  4. Venus
  5. Loop Transit 2
  6. Earth
  7. Loop Transit 3
  8. Mars
  9. Loop Transit 4
  10. Jupiter
  11. Loop Transit 5
  12. Saturn
  13. Loop Transit 6
  14. Uranus
  15. Loop Transit 7
  16. Neptune
  17. Loop Transit 8
  18. Pluto
  19. Mercury (CD)
  20. Venus
  21. Earth
  22. Mars
  23. Jupiter
  24. Saturn
  25. Uranus
  26. Neptune
  27. Pluto
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Cat: 650785 Rel: 18 May 17
 
Men's medium size cotton t-shirt with Planets/Axis design
Notes: Black t-shirt with Planets design prints on front and white Axis logo on the back neck.

- Stanley Stella
- 100% Organic cotton
- Slim fit
- Men's Medium size
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Tathata (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: AX 074. Rel: 26 Apr 17
Techno
  1. The Cosmos (17:27)
  2. Four Ways Of Knowing (11:39)
  3. Without A Doubt (6:03)
Review: Spiral Deluxe is an improvised electronic jazz quartet consisting of the legendary Jeff Mills on machines, with Underground Resistance alumnus Gerald Mitchell on keyboards, Yumiko Ohno on Moog synthesizer, and Kenji "Jino" Hino on bass guitar and vocals. On the A side we have the fantastic voyage that is "Cosmos" which over its nearly 18 minute duration takes in The Wizard's trademark drum rolls, a bit of acid, a nice serving of funk and even some gospel style pianos towards the end. It's a brilliant live recording we must say. On the flip are the deep and emotive soul jams "Four Ways Of Knowing" and "Without A Doubt". The Tathata EP is pressed on vinyl from high resolution 32bit digital files and will launch a new range of vinyl releases named the Axis Audiophile Series.
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Voodoo Magic (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: AX 076. Rel: 05 Sep 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. E=MC2 (12:32)
  2. Voodoo Magic (3:12)
  3. The Paris Roulette (3:59)
  4. Let It Go (feat Tanya Michelle) (7:48)
  5. Let It Go (Terrence Parker mix) (6:57)
Review: Motor City techno legend Jeff Mills founded the American-Japanese tech-jazz/jazz-funk group Spiral Deluxe as a live outfit four years ago, but they've only just got round to recording a debut album. It's rather special, all told, with each of the four original tracks being laid down in one take at Faber Studios in Paris. Consequently, there's a pleasingly fluid feel throughout, with epic opener "E-MC2" - all virtuoso piano solos, freaky jazz-funk electric bass and bumpin' beats - arguably offering the best representation of their sound. You'll find some fine techno/jazz-funk fusion on the slap-bass-propelled title track, while "Let It Go", featuring the mesmerizing vocals of Tanya Michelle, sounds like an end-of-night classic in waiting. Mills old pal Terrence Parker gives his interpretation of that track on side four, re-imagining the delicate and poignant original version as an organ-heavy slab of gospel house brilliance.
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