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Items 1 to 12 of 12 on page 1 of 1
Cat: DIAG 023. Rel: 03 Aug 15
  1. Flapper That (part 1) (9:57)
  2. Flapper That (part 2) (10:07)
 in stock $10.46
Right Frankfurt (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: DIAG 032. Rel: 31 Oct 16
  1. Right Frankfurt (part 1) (12:19)
  2. Right Frankfurt (part 2) (12:45)
 in stock $12.50
Respondent (limited coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: DIAG 043. Rel: 12 Feb 18
  1. The Surface Is Unrevealing (2:54)
  2. First In Man (Williams mix) (5:15)
  3. Worsening Daily (4:00)
  4. Special Long Version (feat Sue Tompkins - demo) (10:02)
  5. Let Suffering Become You (2:46)
Review: We're not gonna lie when we say that we absolutely love Russell Haswell. The UK industrial misfit is among the few who can truly bring the heat in pretty much any situation he's in, or on any record he's unleashing his deathly twists of distortion on. Over recent years, he's struck up a winning partnership with Diagonal boss Powell, and together they've now racked up plenty of releases and DJ sets, both bashing out the hard gear on a constant basis. Haswell is back on Diagonal here, coming through with five harsh, penetrative tracks under the umbrella of Respondent. While none of these tunes could be classified as traditional techno, or even 'dance' music, they do contain enough movement to appeal to a very specific sort of DJ - the ones with the most cojones! This is classic Haswell material at its most cavernous. Recommended.
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 in stock $16.86
Double A (12")
Cat: DIAG 013. Rel: 13 Oct 14
  1. Foxy
  2. One Take Dub No Edit
Review: As 2014 has rolled on, Powell's Diagonal label has really gathered a sense of momentum and direction with its succession of releases. With the Juno office stereo still in recovery from the most excellent Shit & Shine LP Powder Horn, this new double pronged noise sermon from the masterful Russell Haswell only adds to their impressive year. Comprised of two 10-minute tracks, Double A is at times as bracing as anything else from the Haswell canon, with the scratched, spasmodic improvised sonics of lead track "Foxy" potentially capable of scaring Richard D James back into hiding. "One Take Dub No Edit" is described by Diagonal as a "flashback to a vital time when futurist Latin freestyle and industrial funk were the dancer's choice" and is perhaps the closest concession to the dancefloor from Haswell in some time. Killer artwork too!
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The Human Pet (limited yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: DIAG 029. Rel: 23 May 16
  1. The Rhino Powder Of New Sensitivity (2:41)
  2. Immovable (4:11)
  3. You Are Alone (4:09)
  4. The Human Pet (3:33)
  5. Unarmed (4:46)
  6. Clean Crash (4:43)
Review: In advance of release, Diagonal and Elon Katz have been particularly mysterious when it comes to the contents of The Human Pet. Instead of the usual press release, they simply emailed journalists a bizarre list of "care instructions" for said mythical companion. Katz, who rose to prominence as part of Streetwalker and White Car, is something of a bombastic, electronic eccentric, and The Human Pet is ostensibly a pop album dragged through several hedges backwards. Expect impassioned, stylized vocals, twisted boogie synths, scattergun electronics, bizarre beats, breakcore style cut-up madness, and crusty special effects. Oh, and discernible nods to EBM, industrial and Autechre.
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Played by: Tasker
 in stock $16.57
Jim V Dan (yellow vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: DIAG 039. Rel: 31 Jul 17
  1. Incoming Enemy (5:20)
  2. Incoming Enemy (Stabudown remix) (5:33)
  3. Outgoing Friend (4:59)
  4. Outgoing Friend (Koehler remix) (6:23)
 in stock $14.54
Cat: DIAG 034CD. Rel: 15 Aug 16
  1. Y
  2. 1073+Snare
  3. 1038-Lo-Oct-Short
  4. 1048
  5. 1082-S
  6. L
  7. 1759+
  8. 1089
  9. 1070S
Review: Japanese experimenter Kouhei Matsunaga has been quietly building an exceptional discography as NHK yx Koyxen and the numerous variances. With prior NHK yx Koyxen output on PAN, Skam and Raster Noton, Matsunaga's growing alliance with Powell's Diagonal label makes perfect sense. After debuting on Diagonal last year, he's back with Doom Steppy Reverb, a fresh NHK yx Koyxen LP that expands on his fuzzy, texture-laden, leftfield techno blueprint. So, while there's plenty of industrial-influenced darkness, claustrophobic tape hiss, and redlined rhythms, the Japanese artist also includes quietly beautiful textures and hazy, looped melodies. This is most evident on the foreboding, late night swing of "Y", where the application of dub delays helps emphasize the skewed, doom-laden mood. Superb artwork too!!!
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Cat: DIAG 031. Rel: 17 Oct 16
  1. German Trained Unit 1 (0:20)
  2. Neoliberal Madness Offering I (0:23)
  3. RIYL Roma (7:49)
  4. Neoliberal Madness Offering II (0:30)
  5. German Trained Unit 2 (0:21)
  6. New Bulgaria (7:38)
  7. German Trained Unit 3 (0:21)
  8. Armchair Evader (8:25)
  9. Neoliberal Madness Offering III (0:32)
  10. German Trained Unit 4 (0:20)
  11. Double Arm (8:08)
  12. Neoliberal Madness Offering IV (0:13)
  13. Abhaengen (1:28)
 in stock $20.35
Good Luck (2xLP)
Cat: DIAG 042. Rel: 30 Oct 17
  1. I Love Trance (1:03)
  2. Me Me Me (2:50)
  3. Children Are Our Phuture (5:23)
  4. Walk Of Shame (3:11)
  5. Where Are We (3:44)
  6. Teach Me (3:08)
  7. Forever (3:44)
  8. Her Quality (2:59)
  9. Interested Going (1:55)
  10. Watch Yourself (3:13)
  11. Tool (I Don't Give A Shit) (5:38)
  12. Roll Along With The Pain Of It All (I'll Text U) (3:57)
Review: Alessio Natalizia uncovers his new album under the Not Waving guise for Powell's Diagonal Records: a label he has become a stalwart of since the inception of his project a few years ago. The former Walls member and Ecstatic label boss follows up last year's Animals LP with another collection of contorted EBM derivatives - with a quirked-out/tongue-in-cheek approach that is evident throughout the label's entire catalogue. Fresh from a collaboration (which appears here in the form of "Where Are We") and tour with Canadian songstress Marie Davidson, the Good Luck LP features a whole heap of jagged and angular dancefloor experiments. Including the lead single "Me Me Me" of course, as well as many other highlights such as the gnarly acid-punk of "Children Are Our Phuture" or the strobe-lit ketted sing-along that is "Watch Yourself".
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Good Luck (CD)
Cat: DIAG 042CD. Rel: 06 Nov 17
  1. I Love Trance
  2. Me Me Me
  3. Children Are Our Phuture
  4. Walk Of Shame
  5. Where Are We
  6. Teach Me
  7. Forever
  8. Her Quality
  9. Interested/Going
  10. Watch Yourself
  11. Tool (I Don't Give A Shit)
  12. Roll Along With The Pain Of It All (I'll Text U)
 in stock $11.05
Cat: DIAG 041. Rel: 13 Nov 17
  1. PosTAe (2:40)
  2. Sneak 2_05 (4:38)
  3. Rudeboy, Let's Funk (4:29)
  4. Slippy Pig (3:39)
  5. Drumz VIP (4:45)
  6. Hoi!! (1:15)
  7. Strobe (4:03)
Review: Diagonal boss Powell designed the New Beta series as a kind of re-set: an opportunity to go back go basics and make music differently. The first release in the series, which landed earlier this year, was certainly a stripped-back affair, notably free of many of the stylistic flourishes we've come to expect. This follow-up is similarly inclined and sees the lauded producer saunter through tracks that variously doff a cap to weird ambient, bubbly modular electronica, surging, sample-laden post-punk workouts (see "Rudeboy, Let's Funk"), mentalist fusions of jungle and synth-wave ("Drums VIP"), intergalactic noise and tracks that defy easy categorization. There are a few impressively melodious moments dotted throughout, with the colourful "Strobe" standing out.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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Cat: DIAG 015. Rel: 08 Dec 14
  1. Crawl In From Broadway
  2. Dollars To Deutchsmarks
  3. Lovers Run Camp Africa
  4. Side Effects Of Living
Review: There's a tongue in cheek sensibility and an air of confrontation to much that James Donadio does as Prostitutes which made him more than suited to Powell's Diagonal label when the Cleveland artist debuted on the label last year. It's nice to see Donadio back with the Simple Minds-riffing Ecstasy, Crashing Beats & Fantasy and contributing one of the final Diagonal records of 2014, a year that's been most successful for both artist and label. Donadio has said in interviews Powell tries to encourage him to take a more explicit approach to the dancefloor and that's evident on this quartet of Prostitutes tracks. The curdling acid of "Dollars To DMs" and the faltering bleep electro of "Side Effects Of Living" are particularly potent Prostitutes productions!
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 in stock $10.46
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