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Waveform Transmission Vol 1 (remastered) (limited credit card USB album in plastic case including 4 unreleased tracks)
Cat: AX 0605. Rel: 25 Jun 12
Techno
  1. Phase 4
  2. Berlin
  3. Jerical
  4. Changes Of Life
  5. The Hacker
  6. DNA
  7. Late Night
  8. Man-Like
  9. Unreleased Track 1
  10. Unreleased Track 2
  11. Unreleased Track 3
  12. Unreleased Track 4
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The Director's Cut Chapter 4 (180 gram audiophile vinyl 12")
Cat: AX 082DC. Rel: 22 Aug 19
Techno
  1. Deadly Rays (Of A Hot White Sun) (5:00)
  2. Deadly Rays (Jeff Mills Commentary) (0:56)
  3. Gateway Of Zen (Percussion mix) (5:51)
  4. Gateway Of Zen (Jeff Mills Commentary) (1:12)
  5. 999 (5:02)
  6. 999 (Jeff Mills Commentary) (1:16)
  7. The Industry Of Dreams (4:35)
  8. The Industry Of Dreams (Jeff Mills Commentary) (1:52)
Review: For those new to Jeff Mills' vast - and largely incredible - back catalogue, the Director's Cut series should be essential. Like its predecessors, this fourth volume gathers together various versions of killer cuts previously produced and released by the Motor City legend over the past two decades. Highlights include deep space techno workout "Deadly Rays (Of A Hot White Sun)", the densely layered African percussion, low slung bass and echoing organ stabs of "Gateway Of Zen (Percussion Mix)", the bleep-heavy electro/techno fusion of sweaty workout "999" and the alien-sounding, minor-key hypnotism of "The Industry Of Dreams". Each track is accompanied by a separate "audio commentary" from the man himself, which is ideal for those who love to hear artists talking about their work.
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  1. Starlight Transmission
  2. An Alternative To Earth
  3. Solar System Context
  4. The Gemini Pulsar
  5. Searching The Stars
  6. The Possibility Of Other Earths
  7. Tales From Extra Solar
  8. Transit Detections
  9. Lyra Constellations
  10. Planetary Habital Zones
  11. Dreams Beyond Our Horizon
  12. Chronicles Of Possible Worlds (DVD)
Review: The theme of "Chronicles Of Impossible Worlds" is exoplanets, new planets discovered starting in 1995 which revolve around a star outside our solar system. Mixing music, dance and visuals, this creative work testifies to the advances of science and hints at the existence of possible other worlds. Following a period of investigation and a meeting with researchers from the Marseille Astrophysics Laboratory, Mills chose to focus on six planets (Wasp 12b, 13b, 14b, 15b, 16b and 17b). Their specific physical and structural properties were then translated through music, sound, images and dance.

Together with Mills, the choreographer Alexandre Riccoli created a roaming choreography spread out across the Vasarely Foundation that explores the correspondence between the physical properties of these planets and choreography's own "body states". The show's soundtrack, composed by Mills, is broadcast by the dancers' costumes (designed by Berlin designer Anke Bruns) that are equipped with speakers. The music, the different sonic trajectories, the dancers and the public ambling freely through the halls can spacialize, orbit, or even fuse in the naves of the Foundation.

Book:
22 page, 20cmx20cm hard cover booklet. Including texts by Jeff Mills, the astrophysicists etc, artworks related to the projects, photos of dance rehearsals. CD/DVD are attached inside the book. French and English Language

DVD:
Making of "Chronicles Of Impossible Worlds". Including commentaries from Jeff Mills, the organiser of the event, the choreographer, the astrophysicists etc and scenes from the dance rehearsals. Runtime: 45mins (no region
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Played by: MR G
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The Director's Cut Chapter 1 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AX 078DC. Rel: 13 Feb 19
Techno
  1. Suspense (unreleased version) (6:30)
  2. Gamma Player (5:49)
  3. Transformation B (Rotwang's Revenge) (3:06)
  4. Hydra & Synergy (5:32)
Review: The Wizard is getting a little reflective in his old age. While still remaining one of the Motor City's premier futurists, Mills has decided to inaugurate a series built around overlooked or hard-to-find gems from his vast back catalogue. He begins volume one by offering up a stomping and mind-altering "Unreleased Version" of 1993 horror-techno cut "Suspense", before allowing us a second chance to enjoy the off-kilter rhythms, dystopian electronics and melancholic organ chords of 1995 classic "Gamma Player". Over on side B, you'll find the metallic, industrial style percussion, deep space riffs and thrusting drums of "Transformation B (Rotwang's Revenge)" and what appears to be an alternative version of "Exhibitionist 2" track "Hydra & Synergy". The latter is arguably the most "sci-fi techno" cut on the EP.
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Sight Sound & Space (3xCD in hard-back book sleeve + 50 page booklet)
Cat: AXCD 054. Rel: 14 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Perfecture (CD1: Sight)
  2. Deckard
  3. Le Mer Et C Est Un Caractere
  4. Homing Device
  5. The Never Ending Study
  6. The Drive Home
  7. Parallelism In Fate
  8. Devices
  9. Transformation B (Rotwang S Revenge)
  10. Sleepy Time
  11. Multi-Dimensional
  12. Descending Eiffel Stairs
  13. The Hunter (CD2: Sound)
  14. The Bells
  15. 4Art
  16. The 25th Hour
  17. Growth
  18. Spiral Galaxy
  19. Microbe
  20. Jade
  21. Where The Shadows Have Motives
  22. Flying Machines
  23. Compression-Release
  24. Into The Body
  25. The Resolution
  26. Spiral Therapy
  27. Introduction (Phase 1-3 - CD3: Space)
  28. Mercury (Residue mix)
  29. Unreleased002
  30. Unreleased003
  31. The Industry Of Dreams
  32. Stabilizing The Spin
  33. G-Star
  34. Planet X
  35. The Worker's Party
  36. Daphnis (Keeler S Gap)
  37. Outer Space
  38. Unreleased005
  39. Self-Portrait
  40. Aitken Basin
  41. Deadly Rays (Of A Hot White Sun)
  42. Medians
Review: Given his length of service and the sheer volume of music he's put out, it would be fair to say that a Jeff Mills career retrospective is well overdue. Happily, as "best of" compilations go, "Sight, Sound & Space" is up there with the best. The three discs boast no less than 42 tracks plucked from Mills archives - and those of his Axis Records imprint - with the accompanying 50-page booklet containing detailed commentary on each by the man himself. It's a superb package for both fans and newcomers alike, with the decidedly intergalactic and alien-sounding tracks perfectly summarizing the breadth and depth of his far-sighted work (think Motor City techno anthems, heavy loop jams, sci-fi fuelled electronic soundscapes, neo-classical soundtrack comp, heady ambient works and early morning minimalist club jams).
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The Director's Cut Chapter 5 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AX 083DC. Rel: 09 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Solar Cycles (4:53)
  2. L8 (4:16)
  3. Above Waiting Worlds (3:48)
Review: For those who dig Jeff Mills but don't have the time or money to hoard records from his extensive back catalogue, the ongoing "Director's Cut" series showcasing hard-to-find gems from his discography is a godsend. Volume five begins with a trip back to 2015 and "Solar Cycles" - an alien-sounding, otherworldly mid-tempo techno loop jam - from the limited edition, USB-only "Proxima Centauri" album. Side B begins with the bleeping tribal techno hustle of "L8" from 1998's "Skin Deep EP", before Mills offers us a chance to drift through space via 2006 track "Above Waiting Worlds", which is one of his most intergalactic and cinematic dancefloor cuts to date (and that's saying something).
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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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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The Directors Cut Chapter 6 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AX 084DC. Rel: 04 Dec 19
Techno
  1. The Bells (4:48)
  2. The Bells (Blue Potential version) (5:02)
  3. The Homosapien Sapiens (2:46)
Review: For the latest volume in his ongoing retrospective series "The Director's Cut", Jeff Mills has decided to offer us another chance to own his most iconic and celebrated track, "The Bells". All techno heads should know the 1996 original version that kicks off the EP, but if you don't, it's a stomping, heavily percussive romp rich in looped synth stabs and chiming melodies. Here it comes accompanied by the stunning version found on the "Blue Potential" DVD, in which Mills performed live with Montpellier Philharmonic Orchestra), and bonus cut "The Homosapien Sapiens", which appears to be a previously unreleased cut. While of interest, it's the version of "The Bells" that make the EP an essential purchase.
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