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The Unveiling
Cat: ASGDE 038. Rel: 02 Feb 23
 
Techno
The Unveiling (5:37)
The Ladder (Ian O'Brien remix) (10:17)
Absorption Spectra (The 7th Plain remix) (6:35)
Descent Module (7:41)
Review: UK techno mainstay Kirk Degiorgio has made a lot of great music over the years, much of it under the machine soul/tech-jazz-inspired As One alias. His latest EP is another typically impeccable slab of Motor City inspired tech-soul brilliance. Lead cut 'The Unveiling' is deep, gently uplifting, gloriously spacey and effortlessly far-sighted, bringing bags of emotion as well as authentically crunchy machine drums, immersive pads and awe-inspiring melodies. He opts for an enveloping, otherworldly ambient techno/IDM sound on 'Descend Module', with discordant notes and hallucinatory acid lines riding high in the mix. The EP also boasts two reworks of previously released cuts. Ian O'Brien goes ultra-deep and gently breakbeat-driven on a superb revision of 'The Ladder', before Luke Slater drops a hypnotic, ultra-deep revision of 'Absorption Spectra' as The 7th Plain.
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Played by: DJ ROCCA
 in stock $15.91
The Unveiling
The Unveiling (limited 180 gram blue marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: ASGDE 038LTD. Rel: 02 Feb 23
 
Techno
The Unveiling (5:38)
The Ladder (Ian O'Brien remix) (10:25)
Absorption Spectra (The 7th Plain remix) (6:36)
Descent Module (7:42)
Review: De:tuned is the perfect home for Kirk Degiorgio's As One project, where his steeped history in deep, emotive techno and affinity for jazz melds into some of the most stunning machine soul out there. If you're familiar with the sound you'll be instantly sold on these tracks - they don't just ape a bygone sound like so many are doing with that early 90s UK techno vibe. These pieces take that approach and elevate it - the production soars and the expression comes through in startling high-definition, and that goes for the stellar remixes from Ian O'Brien and Luke Slater in The 7th Plain mode as well.
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 in stock $16.98
AsOne Squared
AsOne Squared (180 gram 2xLP)
Cat: ASGDE 041. Rel: 04 May 23
 
Electro
Neptunium (6:51)
Axion (4:50)
Source Cubit (5:40)
Find My Way (4:41)
Vermillion (5:36)
Quantum State (6:01)
Amo (5:22)
Goodbye Mr Schulze (5:12)
Review: Returning with his signature sound drawn from the early UK techno scene he helped pioneer, Kirk Degiorgio's new album lands on De:tuned, a label dedicated to upholding that very sound and the continued creativity of its originators. Of Degiorgio's various aliases, AsOne is the one which has endured, and existing fans will find themselves more than satisfied with the approach taken on this new long player. Of course part of that satisfaction requires a sense of progression, given this has always been music concerned with the future, and Degiorgio manages to keep his sound moving forwards, drawing on ever-richer production and luxurious melodic sensibilities to deliver a mature and immersive kind of techno as suited to armchair escapism as dancefloor immersion.
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 in stock $26.80
AsOne Squared
AsOne Squared (limited 180 gram translucent red marbled vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: ASGDE 041LTD. Rel: 04 May 23
 
Electro
Neptunium (6:53)
Axion (4:48)
Source Cubit (5:39)
Find My Way (4:40)
Vermillion (5:36)
Quantum State (6:00)
Amo (5:20)
Goodbye Mr Schulze (5:09)
Review: Kirk Degiorgio's As One project continues to be a beacon of inspiration within the annals of deep, melodic UK techno. As a true pioneer of the sound from the earliest days, it's impressive to see his inspiration maintain, and there's no better home for his work than De:tuned, a label dedicated to preserving the rich expression and invention of that foundational sound. On AsOne2 we're treated to an extended excursion into widescreen machine soul of the highest calibre, where melancholic chord progressions collide with restlessly original drum programming. It's quite simply exquisite, produced with an impeccable ear and loaded with sincere human feeling. This limited pressing of the album comes on red marbled wax too - highly recommended for the collectors out there.
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 in stock $58.65
Subsurface
Subsurface (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ASGDE 040. Rel: 13 Apr 23
 
Techno
Hadal Zone (4:14)
Hadal Zone (James Ruskin remix) (4:34)
Decompression (Makaton remix) (6:28)
Decompression (4:08)
Review: Paul Bailey, known as Damage, proffers his sonic take on the concept of what damage is and could sound like in the abstract. Like a giant piston hurtling at us, and repeatedly crushing us from above, we're thrown menacingly into the sniffly wiggles of 'Hadal Zone' and the reinterpretive work of the likes of James Ruskin and Makaton. It's a worthy addition to the Brummy techno canon, and should be noted for its unique wonk-tech veer.
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Subsurface
Subsurface (limited 180 gram green marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: ASGDE 040LTD. Rel: 06 Apr 23
 
Techno
Hadal Zone (4:13)
Hadal Zone (James Ruskin remix) (4:37)
Decompression (Makaton remix) (6:28)
Decompression (4:08)
Review: The seemingly unstoppable rise of De:tuned continues, as they take a break from serving up sci-fi techno, IDM and ambient techno to deliver something a lot more intense: a surprise EP from original House of God Birmingham resident DJ Paul 'Damage' Bailey. Channeling the spirit of his friend Surgeon while offering up something fresh, the two original tracks on show are undeniably inspired. 'Hadal Zone' adds weirdo noises, bleeps and mind-mangling electronic pulses to a slipped Afro-techno groove, while 'Decompression' is a wonky, triple-time workout full of Ket-addled electronics and wayward loops. Makaton re-imagines that track as a locked-in late-night techno throb-job, while James Ruskin turns 'Hadal Zone' into a buzzing, industrial-influenced electro-bleep number.
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Sweet Acid Sound
Sweet Acid Sound (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ASGDE 303. Rel: 01 Jun 23
 
Deep House
Sweet Acid Sound (6:05)
808 Nation (3:08)
Roached (6:39)
Si-rak (5:07)
Review: Brian Dougans continues to deliver nostalgic jams as Humanoid, the alias he used - pre Future Sound of London - for his acid house and techno inspired late 1980s productions. Like the rest of his Humanoid material for De:tuned, Sweet Acid Sound is forthright, funky and full-throttle stuff, with mind-mangling TB-303 lines and jacking TR-808 drums the order of the day. Dougans sets his stall out via the surging, far-sighted title track - which genuinely sounds like a long-lost turn-of-the-90s warehouse anthem - before doffing a cap to fellow UK acid house pioneers 808 State (and specifically their pioneering Newbuild anthem) on '808 Nation'. Over on side B, 'Roached' is a moody and spaced-out affair rich in ragged acid lines and intergalactic chords, while 'Si-Rak' is a raging, TB-303 heavy jack track that's almost guaranteed to blow your mind.
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Played by: Joe Montana
Tags: Acid House
 in stock $16.73
Overmind
Overmind (double 12")
Cat: ASGDE 003. Rel: 27 Nov 13
 
Techno
Biosurvival
Emoterritorial
Neurosemantic
Sociosexual
Neurosomatic
Neuroelectic
Neurogenetic
Psychoatomic
 in stock $26.02
Overmind (reissue)
Overmind (reissue) (silver vinyl 2xLP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: ASGDE 003LTD. Rel: 01 Jul 22
 
Techno
Biosurvival (7:16)
Neurogenetic (9:26)
Sociosexual (9:02)
Neurosemantic (8:06)
Psychoatomic (7:26)
Neurosomatic (10:14)
Emoterritorial (7:41)
Neuroelectric (7:50)
Review: Mike Dred's contributions to acid and rave culture overall are monumental, although he's largely operated outside any specific scene trends (perhaps excepting the misfit community orbiting Rephlex Records). In 2013 he dropped a fresh salvo of lysergic bombs in the form of Overmind, which has been dutifully scrubbed up for a fresh pressing on silver wax courtesy of De:tuned, one of the labels keeping the braindance dream alive. From the jacking 303 workout of 'Sociosexual' to the wet-as-you-like mutant electro of 'Psychoatomic', this is a collection which manages to be both immediate and utterly idiosyncratic. No one does it quite like Mike Dred.
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 in stock $21.76
Overmind (reissue)
Cat: ASGDE 003RP. Rel: 01 Jul 22
 
Techno
Biosurvival (7:19)
Neurogenetic (9:38)
Sociosexual (9:02)
Neurosemantic (8:00)
Psychoatomic (7:24)
Neurosomatic (10:11)
Emoterritorial (7:39)
Neuroelectric (7:47)
 in stock $21.22
FORTHCOMING
Fashion
Fashion (12")
Cat: ASGDE 048. Rel: 14 Jun 24
 
Techno
Fashion
Show
Review: David Morley's Fashion has recently been pulled from his DAT archives and now sees the light of day on a physical vinyl. What sets apart these two tracks is its origin as a soundtrack for a fashion show - an unconventional outlet for deeper electronic music in the early 90s. Made for Dirk Bikkembergs fashion show in Paris, it's a time capsule, capturing the essence of an era when Morely's music was some of the best to explore deeper electronic dance music. The title track, 'Fashion', opens with a strong, immersive intro that immediately sets the tone. Morley's signature spatial electronics take center stage, evoking a sense of otherworldliness akin to a journey through the cosmos. The deep basslines pulsate beneath the surface, adding an ominous and slightly eerie quality to the track. It's cinematic in its scope, conjuring images of vast, desolate landscapes yet to be explored. As the beats intensify, the listener is swept away on a sonic voyage. On the flip side, 'Show' delves into darker territory, with a mood that is both seductive and sinister. The low-slung beats provide a hypnotic backdrop, drawing one deeper into Morley's sonic underworld.
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est. release 14 Jun 24 $13.28
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FORTHCOMING
Fashion
Fashion (grey marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: ASGDE 048LTD. Rel: 14 Jun 24
 
Techno
Fashion
Show
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est. release 14 Jun 24 $14.33
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Blanchimont
Cat: ASGDE 046. Rel: 02 May 24
 
Techno
Stavelot (5:19)
Masta (6:45)
Blanchimont (5:57)
Review: Nuron's latest album, Blanchimont, released on De:tuned Records, reaffirms his status as a luminary in the ambient techno realm. The title track, 'Blanchimont,' is fused with Detroit's machine soul while adding some European twist, heightened by its release on vibrant orange vinyl. 'Stavelot' on Side-1 enchants with its scenic beauty and soulful melodies, reminiscent of Detroit techno's finest moments. Meanwhile, 'Masta' on Side 2 explores ambient realms, echoing the styles of CIM, As One, or Stasis. Throughout the album, Nuron's signature blend of nostalgia and innovation shines, creating a sonic experience that resonates with both longtime fans and newcomers alike. Blanchimont stands as another jewel in Nuron's discography, another bookmark in his enduring influence and creative talents in the ambient techno genre.
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 in stock $14.33
Blanchimont
Blanchimont (limited orange vinyl 12")
Cat: ASGDE 046LTD. Rel: 02 May 24
 
Techno
Stavelot (5:20)
Masta (6:45)
Blanchimont (7:59)
Review: Nuron's latest album, Blanchimont, stands as a reminder to his enduring influence in the ambient techno scene. Released on De:tuned Records, the same label behind his recent works, it continues his legacy of crafting soulful and intelligent electronic music. The title track, 'Blanchimont,' shines as the centerpiece of the album. With its upbeat tempo and intricate layers of sound, it channels the spirit of Detroit's machine soul music scene while infusing it with a distinct European flair. This version, pressed on vibrant orange vinyl, adds a visual dimension to the auditory experience, enhancing the listener's immersion in Nuron's sonic universe. On Side 1, 'Stavelot' captivates with its scenic beauty and soulful melodies, reminiscent of the best of Detroit techno. Meanwhile, 'Masta' delves into ambient territory, offering a chilled-out techno vibe reminiscent of CIM, As One, or Stasis. With its blend of nostalgia and innovation, this album is right on par with Nuron's other cherished releases.
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 in stock $15.39
DAT Tapes 1993-1994
DAT Tapes 1993-1994 (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: ASGDE 037. Rel: 27 Oct 22
 
Techno
Nuron - "The Coded Message" (5:54)
Nuron - "Interior World" (6:44)
Nuron - "Waiting For Nothing" (8:11)
Nuron - "Another Way" (5:46)
Nuron - "Neither Here Nor There" (7:09)
Fugue - "Contrapoint" (First version) (6:51)
Nuron - "Dialectic Confusion" (3:49)
Fugue - "Contrapoint" (Stasis mix 1) (6:46)
Review: During the early-to-mid 1990s, Nurmad Jusat released a string of now sought-after singles on Likemind that showcased an emotive, far-sighted take on techno that still sounds timeless all these years on. This fine collection features various recordings he made - but never released - as Nuron and Fuge back in 1993 and '94. As inspired by the techno sounds of his native UK as the far-sighted brilliance of purist Detroit techno and the dreamy soundscapes of Larry Heard, it's a genuinely brilliant collection of long-lost gems. Our picks include the subtly clonk-influenced opener 'The Coded Message', the skewed deep electro shuffle of 'Another Way', the sci-fi techno brilliance of 'Contrapoin (First Version)' and the out-there ambient soundscape that is 'Dialectic Confusion'.
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Close Your Eyes & Breathe
Close Your Eyes & Breathe (12" in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: ASGDE 033. Rel: 08 Oct 21
 
Techno
OLF ResPekt (4:48)
Rewind 273 (4:18)
Incredible (5:54)
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 in stock $7.82
Quondam Sequences
Quondam Sequences (180 gram orange vinyl 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: ASGDELTD 043. Rel: 19 Oct 23
 
Electro
Citadel (6:15)
Into The Labyrinth (5:26)
Hard Emotion (9:54)
Review: For anyone remotely keyed into the early wave of techno in the UK, the promise of unreleased material from Stasis is a very exciting prospect indeed. Steve Pickton's project was tantalisingly short lived, but we were gifted some seminal albums and EPs in that time. Fortunately he's now struck up a steady working relationship with De:tuned, who are coaxing some unreleased material out of unearthed DATs that allow us to hear more of that next-level machine soul he's capable of. It's staggering to think tracks this good weren't released back in the day, but fortunately they have been now, with 'Hard Emotion' possibly taking the cake thanks to its gorgeous, rounded bassline and enchanting synth lines up top.
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Quondam Sequences
Quondam Sequences (180 gram vinyl 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: ASGDE 043. Rel: 19 Oct 23
 
Electro
Citadel
Into The Labyrinth
Hard Emotion
 in stock $16.73
FORTHCOMING
Time Sensitive: Unreleased Sounds From The Otherworld Archives
Cat: ASGDE 047LTD. Rel: 31 May 24
 
Techno
Crystal Plateaux
Express (Phenomyna remix)
Do You Remember
A Face At The Door
Revealed To None
Out Of The Unknown
So-lar
Review: Steve Pickton, under his revered Stasis alias, delves into the archives for De:tuned's latest LP, Time Sensitive: Unreleased Sounds From The Otherworld Archives. Spanning 1992 to 1996, these tracks offer a glimpse into the peak of Pickton's early Stasis era. From the eerie Detroit-inspired alien acid of tracks like 'Crystal Plateaux' and 'Revealed To None' to the punchy rhythms of 'So-Lar (Alt Version),' each composition unveils unheard treasures from Pickton's vault. The compilation also features 'A Face At The Door' by Paul W. Teebrooke, adding to the intrigue of the collection. Overall, it's a masterclass in emotive techno, showcasing Pickton's innovative sound and standing as a must-have for any dedicated techno enthusiast. With Time Sensitive, Stasis proves once again why he's a true pioneer in the realm of electronic music.
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est. release 31 May 24 $26.28
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FORTHCOMING
Time Sensitive: Unreleased Sounds From The Otherworld Archives
Cat: ASGDE 047. Rel: 31 May 24
 
Techno
Crystal Plateaux
Express (Phenomyna remix)
Do You Remember
A Face At The Door
Revealed To None
Out Of The Unknown
So-lar
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est. release 31 May 24 $25.21
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Machine Funk
Machine Funk (180 gram vinyl 2xLP in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: ASGDE 039. Rel: 02 Mar 23
 
Electro
Machine Funk (4:20)
Stairs Wine (8:41)
Moderneers Modernize (4:33)
Hitler Skelter (7:45)
Nonce Tarter (4:28)
Juxtafication (6:01)
Justiposition (5:25)
Budstep (3:51)
Major Miner (4:59)
Taming Of The View (5:46)
Lucon Acid (4:28)
Review: Trickstery braindancer Luke Vibert lays down his next album via De:tuned Records, following prior releases on the imprint such as 'Arcadia'. Refusing to opt for hypey trends, Vibert stays true to his craft on 'Machine Funk', sticking to cute electro, winding melodies and a light-hearted sense of humour. Packed with playful puns for track titles and music spanning everything from electronic reimaginings of helter skelters to funny spoonerisms, the 808 and 303 ring most true here. Whirly FM synthesis pokes through on tracks like 'Juxtafication' and 'Moderneers Modernize', while even a rare Vibert footwork bit shows up on 'Taming Of The View'.
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Played by: M50, DJ ROCCA
Tags: Acid House
 in stock $26.80
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