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Cat: DKMNTL 029. Rel: 21 Dec 15
Techno
  1. Invisible Switch (4:43)
  2. Organ To Dust (5:16)
  3. Reset (5:27)
  4. Tell Us Where (7:08)
  5. Amarna (6:54)
  6. Nabta Playa (6:24)
  7. 18 Arms (6:29)
  8. Beige Mantis (4:47)
  9. Blind Light (7:02)
Review: As the Dekmantel brand expands to incorporate the Selectors festival in Croatia, the Amsterdam collective still remain focused on delivering quality house and techno singles and albums. Another fine year for Dekmantel ends with the welcome arrival of Invisible Switch, a second album from US techno artist Joey Anderson. His is a unique and at times alien take on the artform, crafting percussive textures and oddly intoxicating synth lines that sound unmistakably like Joey Anderson and no others. This is very much the case with Invisible Switch, with tracks like "Reset" and "Tell Us Where" instantly gripping your attention and not letting go, whilst "Amarna" is the most bludgeoningly intense production yet from Anderson. The EOY list compilers will be kicking themselves they missed out on this one.
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Invisible Switch (limited 2xLP+ 7") (1 per customer)
Cat: DKMNTL 029LTD. Rel: 21 Dec 15
Techno
  1. Invisible Switch
  2. Organ To Dust
  3. Reset
  4. Tell Us Where
  5. Amarna
  6. Nabta Playa
  7. 18 Arms
  8. Beige Mantis
  9. Blind Light
  10. Centipede (6:00)
  11. Song Of Love (3:17)
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Gargamel (2xLP)
Cat: DKMNTL 042. Rel: 17 Apr 17
Deep House
  1. Azrael (with Darling) (7:05)
  2. Positive Negative (8:47)
  3. This Is When We Met (6:34)
  4. Hooli Goose (7:45)
  5. Why Don't You (5:12)
  6. Ride The Dragon (6:36)
  7. Thick (with Dexter) (6:00)
  8. Happy Bird (2:06)
  9. Gargamelancholia (8:49)
Review: Steven de Peven is Amsterdamer Awanto 3, a staple of local imprints Rush Hour and Dekmantel since 2010 (not to mention moonlighting as Red Nose District) who presents his new LP Gargamel, This is his second full length since 2014's Opel Mantra. Starting off this great EP is the single "Azrael" which features usual studio partner Darling on this deep nu-disco cut, as does the booming and lo-slung bass exercise "Hooli Goose". Our personal highlights were the spooky, rusty and dusted down jack of "This Is When We Met" (which will really remind you of that notorious villain from the Smurfs that the album is named after) or the deep and minimal electro groove of "Thick" which features another local legend in the form of Klakson's inimitable Dexter. Awanto 3 likes his samples vibrant, his drums wobbly and his synths sweaty as a Detroit summer breeze. The MPC wizard returns!
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Cat: DKMNTL 048. Rel: 05 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. Pillow Peace (6:57)
  2. Pillow Peace (Andet mix) (5:13)
Review: Renowned alias collector Natal Zaks has largely impressed since transferring to Dekmantel last year via the two-part Political Dance release. "Pillow Peace", his return to the esteemed Dutch imprint, is something of a fluttering, sun-kissed summer treat. While the beats are typically solid and the bassline warm and heavy, it's the melodious musical elements he layers on top - think sparkling synth lines, lilting new age motifs and tactile chords - that really catch the ear. Fittingly, those undulating, synthesizer heavy, new age influences are explored further on the flip, where Zaks joins forces with Young Marco as Andet to deliver a blissful, head-in-the-clouds interpretation.
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Played by: Young Adults
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Selectors 003 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: DKMNTLSLCTRS 003. Rel: 03 Jul 17
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Front 242 - "Don't Crash" (4:54)
  2. The Force Dimension - "Algorythm" (Manipulating mix) (2:46)
  3. Executive Slacks - "So Mote It Be" (4:35)
  4. Martin Dupont - "The Light Goes Through My Mouth" (3:17)
  5. A Thunder Orchestra - "Diabolical Gesture" (Marcel Dettmann edit) (4:28)
  6. Twice A Man - "Happy Life" (4:49)
  7. Cabaret Voltaire - "Low Cool" (Marcel Dettmann edit) (4:40)
  8. Kaa Antilope - "Rise Up Helicopter, Like A Bird" (3:59)
  9. Clan Of Xymox - "A Day" (6:40)
  10. Ministry - "Same Old Madness" (5:10)
  11. Fad Gadget - "Back To Nature" (5:51)
Review: With the renewed attention surrounding industrial and EBM in the last few years (and its influence on techno, again), it's important that someone with credentials gives the new generation a decent history lesson. Fitting that Berghain resident and MDR boss Marcel Dettmann curates a compilation of classics from the sound's heyday: here's someone who actually lived through it. As part of Amsterdam imprint Dekmantel's Selectors Series, these gems from yesteryear should certainly set the record straight and provide solid reference points for new school retroverts. Highlights (and there's many) include: Belgian EBM legends Front 242 with "Don't Crash", Philadelphia industrial underdogs Executive Slacks' "So Mote It Be" and the mandatory Cabs track comes in the form of "Low Cool" (the Marcel Dettmann Edit, no less). It wouldn't be a proper industrial comp without a bit of Wax Trax! would it? Label staples Ministry appear with their 1982 song "Same Old Madness", a period in the band's history that some consider their finest.
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Played by: S-File, Snuffo
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Selectors 003 (unmixed CD)
Cat: DKMNTLSLCTRS 003CD. Rel: 24 Jul 17
Techno
  1. Front 242 - "Don't Crash"
  2. The Force Dimension - "Algorythm" (Manipulating mix)
  3. Executive Slacks - "So Mote It Be"
  4. Martin Dupont - "The Light Goes Through My Mouth"
  5. A Thunder Orchestra - "Diabolical Gesture" (Marcel Dettmann edit)
  6. Twice A Man - "Happy Life"
  7. Cabaret Voltaire - "Low Cool" (Marcel Dettmann edit)
  8. Kaa Antilope - "Rise Up Helicopter, Like A Bird"
  9. Clan Of Xymox - "A Day"
  10. Ministry - "Same Old Madness"
  11. Fad Gadget - "Back To Nature"
Review: Following editions from Young Marco and Motor City Drum Ensemble, techno giant Dettmann steps up to curate the third instalment of Denkmantel's Selectors series. Digging deep into his proto-techno, EBM, industrial and avant garde synth pop roots, it's a side to Marcel we often imagine and can easily perceive but seldom hear. Highlights include the soaring day dream production and aesthetic of "Happy Life" by Twice A Man, the drone cadences and harmonies of Kaa Antilope's "Rise Up Helicopter" and the nutty still-future sweatiness of Ministry's "Same Old Madness".
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Dekmantel 10 Years 08 (heavyweight vinyl 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: DKMNTL 10YEARS08. Rel: 27 Nov 17
Techno
  1. Donato Dozzy & Peter Van Hoesen - "Storta" (5:58)
  2. Deniro - "Serval" (7:57)
  3. Matrixxman - "Sexual Frustration" (6:06)
  4. Talismann - "Aciano" (7:29)
Review: The eighth instalment in Dutch powerhouse Dekmantel's 10 year anniversary series comes courtesy of the techno scene's current heavy hitters. On the A side we have inimitable pairing of some hypnotic techno dons: Rome's Donato Dozzy and Brussels' Peter Van Hoesen - who turn in an epic tribal trance cut in the form of "Storta". The Trip affiliated Dutchman Deniro finishes up the A side with his deep and functional DJ tool "Serval" powered by thunderous toms and distant blips and bleeps. On the flip, American acid retrovert Matrixxman delivers more sturdy 303 wobble business for dank warehouses on "Sexual Frustration" and grunting and squealing away in similar fashion is Talismann's dirty epic "Aciano". With an EP released every month, the series has been embracing all the musical varieties they've come to represent. Featuring label favourites, along with a whole bunch of new faces, iconic artists and select debutantes alike - it's a collection of timeless music that embraces everything they've done to date, while setting a precedent for things to come.
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Dekmantel 10 Years 04 (heavyweight vinyl 12" in die cut sleeve repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: DKMNTL 10YEARS04. Rel: 06 Nov 17
Electro
  1. The Egyptian Lover - "This That Old School" (5:48)
  2. Syracuse & Epsilove - "Scubatomic Love" (4:35)
  3. Palms Trax - "Honey Lemongina" (4:45)
  4. Interstellar Funk - "EFX Harmonix" (6:43)
Review: For the fourth volume in their tenth anniversary series, Dekmantel has decided to go all-out electro. Wisely, they've recruited scene legend the Egyptian Lover to kick things off. His "This That Old Skool" is an unashamed romp through early '80s nostalgia, with the eccentric producer peppering a sturdy TR-808 beat pattern with exotic synth lines, "Tour De France"-style heavy breathing and raw vocoder vocals. Syracuse and Epsilove wrap their skittish electro beats in chiming melodies, trippy acid lines and dreamy vocal snatches ("Scubatomic Love"), while Palms Trax necks a fistful of anti-depressants and delivers the pure endorphin rush that is the melodious and spacey "Honey Lemongina". Finally, fast-rising producer Interstellar Funk offers up a lesson in melodious electro/techno fusion on the standout "EFX Harmonix".
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Surface (12")
Cat: DKMNTL 025. Rel: 18 May 15
Electro
  1. The Screen (6:53)
  2. Hit The Road (5:26)
  3. Trials Of Love (7:06)
  4. Slow Motion Disaster (6:23)
Review: We've already been treated to one bonafide classic Entro Senestre 12" this year in the shape of the WT Records released ES ("Rosegold" being the standout) and the producer really spoils us with another superb record in the shape of this Dekmantel debut. The producer, real name Jon Beall, is quite the talent. "The Screen" is Drexciyan-like frenetic electro with a trance, gothic-like glow, while "Hit The Road" is grubby and downright dirty; that's until those delayed chords hit. Chi-town influences, synths and emotional progressions fuel "Trails Of Love", while for some hardcore techno action check out "Slow Motion Disaster". Each track is as good as the next on this record, and yeah it's versatile, but we prefer the word: killer.
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Dekmantel 10 Years 05 (heavyweight vinyl 12" in die cut sleeve)
Cat: DKMNTL 10YEARS05. Rel: 11 Sep 17
Deep House
  1. Burnt Friedman - "Monsun" (8:08)
  2. Ectomorph - "Edge Of" (5:39)
  3. Juju & Jordash - "Neon Swing" (7:43)
  4. Fatima Yamaha - "Platforms" (Empty version) (4:45)
Played by: Clang83, Ney Faustini
 in stock $13.04
Clean Cut (CD)
Cat: DKMNTL 021CD. Rel: 15 Dec 14
Deep House
  1. Clean-Cut
  2. Schmofield
  3. Whippersnapper
  4. Swamp Things
  5. Deadwood City
  6. Maharaja Mark
  7. Wheeze Please
  8. Anywhere
  9. Eventide
  10. SP Shakes
Review: Juju and Jordash are rather good at making albums. Their last full-length excursion, 2012's brilliant Techno Primitivism, was a gloriously maudlin and evocative affair, as influenced by drowsy ambient and experimental electronica as house and techno. While there are some similarly dark tracks lurking in the shadows of third album Clean Cut (see the creepy "Swamp Things"), for the most part it's a pleasingly dancefloor-centric concoction. That's not to say that they've packed it with jolly moments - the tipsy, melodious "Anywhere" and dub disco-meets-deep house wonk-out "SP Shakes" aside - but rather their leftfield blends of house and techno have a more club-friendly feel. The results are, for the most part, extremely good, with the rave-era revivalism of "Whippersnapper" (a kind of darkroom, Detroit-influenced take on T-Coy's "Carino") standing out.
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Cat: DKMNTL 043. Rel: 16 Jan 17
Deep House
  1. Monday Mellow (7:49)
  2. Wednesday Something (7:42)
  3. Thursday, Heavy (6:27)
 in stock $10.27
Than Sadet (2xLP)
Cat: DKMNTL 041. Rel: 21 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Chihuahuas (1:23)
  2. When Light Gives You Hope (8:18)
  3. Buddha's Bridge (4:59)
  4. Stray Dog (5:04)
  5. Resort Abandoned (7:09)
  6. Than Sadet (3:37)
  7. Makarbar (7:48)
  8. Mr Singh (5:45)
  9. Riding High (5:13)
  10. Mai Pen Rai (5:17)
  11. Seven Kings (4:33)
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Cat: DKMNTLSLCTRS 001CD. Rel: 30 May 16
Deep House
  1. DJ Slym Fas - "Luv Music"
  2. House Of Jazz - "Hold Your Head Up"
  3. 20 Below - "A Lil Tribute To The Moody Black Keys"
  4. Risque III - "Essence"
  5. Licky - "African Rock"
  6. Raphael Green - "Don't Mess With The Devil"
  7. AHZZ - "New York's Movin" (instrumental)
  8. Bill Deal & The Rhondels - "Freak N Freeze"
Review: The fact that the vinyl edition of Motor City Drum Ensemble's Selektors compilation - the first in Dekmantel's crate-digging series - sold out in record time tells you all you need to know about this superb set. Packed with obscure, hard-to-find gems, it does a fantastic job in showcasing the depth, quality and variety of Danilo Plessow's record collection. Check, for example, the breezy soulfulness of DJ Slym Fas's 1997 gem "Luv Music", Risque III's early Chicago deep house killer "Essence Of A Dream", and the ludicrously expensive (if Discogs is to be believed) jazz-funk-goes-disco boogie brilliance of Licky's 1979 obscurity "African Rock". If you dig disco, deep house and boogie, you need this in your life.
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FORTHCOMING
Selectors 004
Joy ORBISON/VARIOUS
Cat: DKMNTLSLCTRS 004CD. Rel: 08 Jan 18
Techno
  1. James Massiah - "You Ain't Got To Go Home" (0:48)
  2. Toyin Agbetu - "Heartbreaker" (feat Nemesis & Rosaline Joyce) (2:00)
  3. R Solution - "Skinny Long Git" (2:00)
  4. Beatrice Dillon - "Curl" (2:00)
  5. Bitstream - "Vic Twenty" (2:00)
  6. Oblivion - "Lush" (2:00)
  7. LE Bass - "Strive" (Survive mix) (2:00)
  8. Stylistic - "People" (2:00)
  9. Santos Rodriguez - "Road To Rio A2" (2:00)
  10. JP Buckle - "One For Da Laydeez" (2:00)
  11. Klein - "Arrange" (2:00)
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Joy ORBISON/VARIOUS
Selectors 004 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: DKMNTLSLCTRS 004. Rel: 13 Nov 17
Techno
  1. James Massiah - "You Ain't Got To Go Home" (0:50)
  2. Toyin Agbetu - "Heartbreaker" (Nemesis feat Rosaline Joyce) (3:30)
  3. R Solution - "Skinny Long Git" (4:51)
  4. Beatrice Dillon - "Curl" (4:56)
  5. Bitstream - "Vic Twenty" (6:01)
  6. Oblivion - "Lush" (5:59)
  7. LE Bass - "Strive" (Survive mix) (5:38)
  8. Stylistic - "People" (7:54)
  9. Santos Rodriguez - "Road To Rio A2" (5:01)
  10. JP Buckle - "One For Da Laydeez" (4:12)
  11. Klein - "Arrange" (3:46)
Review: When he was asked to put together the fourth volume in Dekmantel's brilliant Selectors series, Joy Orbison decided to use the opportunity to pay tribute to the rich history of UK dance music. Predictably, his on-point selections join the dots between the past and the present, moving from the London beat poetry of James Messiah and hard-to-find 1991 UK hardcore of R Solution's surprisingly deep and melodious "Skinny Long Git", to the crunchy, mad-as-a-box-of-frogs IDM of JP Buckle's 1998, Rephlex-released oddity "One For Da Laydeez". Along the way, he finds space for the sparkling early D&B of "Lush" by Oblivion (AKA Source Direct), the low-slung, bass-heavy deep house/acid house fusion of L.E Bass and the analogue techyno idealism of Beatrice Dillon.
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Infrared Vision (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: DKMNTLUFO 4. Rel: 10 Apr 17
Techno
  1. Cold Steel (2:41)
  2. Murky Waters (5:52)
  3. Explode (5:17)
  4. Momentum (5:31)
  5. Infrared Vision (5:15)
  6. Bizarre (part 2) (4:23)
  7. Spell On Me (2:15)
  8. The Chant (4:38)
  9. Zenith (4:35)
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Cat: DKMNTL 040. Rel: 18 Jul 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Cyclicality Between Procyon & Gomeisa (9:47)
  2. Acteon (4:14)
  3. Flying Over The Sirius (1:58)
  4. Dim White Dwarf (3:35)
  5. Takahashi E-180 (2:01)
  6. Double Star System (12:39)
  7. Overcoming Distance (8:27)
  8. Deep Motivation (5:48)
  9. 8600 km Radius (8:47)
  10. Intergalactic Funk (5:22)
  11. Gomeisa Blues (7:20)
  12. Tommasi Planet (4:15)
  13. 11.41 Light Years (3:36)
  14. Sensei Revelation (7:26)
Review: Cyclicality Between Procyon & Gomeisa is a lofty title by anyone's standards, but firmly in-keeping with the psychedelic influences behind Vakula's distinctive brand of inspired electronic wizardry. It's fair to say that the lauded Ukranian is on fine form on this third studio full-length, serving up 14 trippy tracks that variously fuse heady ambience, dub techno, new age deep house, electronic jazz, dubbed-out blues and, perhaps most surprisingly, cosmic disco (see the excellent "Intergalactic Funk"). As usual, Vakula's production skills and unique vision shine through, giving the album a coherent feel despite his impressive, genre-bending antics.
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Dekmantel 10 Years 07 (heavyweight vinyl 12" in die cut sleeve)
Cat: DKMNTL 10YEARS07. Rel: 23 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Voiski - "Time As A River" (5:52)
  2. Randomer - "Foghorn" (5:59)
  3. Tolouse Low Trax - "Crash" (6:25)
  4. Gilb'r - "The Triangle" (5:52)
Review: Dekmantel's 10th anniversary series of 12" singles continues to deliver far more hits than misses. Happily, there are plenty more on this seventh volume. Chief amongst them is Randomer's brilliant "Foghorn", a thrillingly trippy and floor-friendly fusion of snappy, lapsed techno breakbeats, horror movie chords and clandestine electronics. That's not to say there aren't fine moments elsewhere, of course. Props to Versatile Records man Gilb'r for continuing his obsession with humid rainforest textures, trippy chords and wonky African percussion on "The Triangle", and to Tolouse Low Trax for the skewed Balearic synth-pop shuffle that is "Crash". Vosiki's clattering but poignant analogue opener "Time As A River" is pretty tasty, too.
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YOUNG MARCO/VARIOUS
Selectors 002 (unmixed CD)
Cat: DKMNTLSLCTRS 002CD. Rel: 17 Apr 17
Deep House
  1. Danny Boy - "Diskomix" (Disko version)
  2. Gerrit Hoekema - "Televisiewereld"
  3. Ghostwriters - "Swizzle"
  4. Larry Heard - "Dolphin Dream"
  5. Wolf Muller - "Pfad Des Windes"
  6. The Force Dimension - "200 FA" (extended mix)
  7. Frank Youngwerth - "Whirr"
  8. Greene Baize - "Spick & Span"
  9. Ray Tracing - "Mariopaint"
  10. Personal FX - "Objects In Mirrors"
Review: Fresh from displaying his intimate knowledge of Italian dream house via the essential Welcome To Paradise compilations, Young Marco once again digs deep in the crates for Dekmantel's Selectors series. There's naturally plenty to gets heads salivating, from the eccentric European electrofunk of Danny Boy's "Discomix" and the blissful pulse of Ghostwriters cheery synth-out "Swizzle", to the delay-laden, dubbed-out drum machine beats and tribal chants of "200 FA (Extended Mix)" by The Force Dimension. Elsewhere, check out the ultra-positive Balearic loveliness of Personal FX's "Objects In Mirrors" and the rubbery, undulating breeziness of Wolf Muller's "Pfad Des Windes". Simply essential.
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