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Eternal Love
Cat: DIALCD 034. Rel: 26 Nov 15
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Untitled
  2. Downpour
  3. What We Came To Be
  4. You Ended Up Being All I Know
  5. Like Thoughts Or Moments We'll Fall
  6. Fade
  7. Interlude I
  8. End
  9. Daze
  10. Still With You
  11. Fade Town, You're My Existence
  12. Interlude II
  13. Interlude III
  14. Time
  15. (Hidden Track)
Review: Following DJ Richard's crucial LP Dial round out another fine year with a debut album from self-styled "open collective" Dawn Mok, whose debut came with a fine contribution to the 15th anniversary compilation. Featuring creative input from an international cast of musicians encompassing the US, Asian, and European heritage, Dawn Mok are a curious addition to the Dial cause. Spearheaded by collective founder Felix Mura and vocalist Bundi, Eternal Love shares more with r&b than house or techno, but the best part is that we hadn't heard this type of music ever come out of this label. There are plenty of more abstract moments too, of course, and the tracks that are more on the pop side of things are still drenched in a thick layer or ambient gloom. It's minimal r&b, Dial style.
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Decay
Decay (CD)
Cat: DIALCD 030. Rel: 26 Mar 14
Techno
  1. Some Kind Of Up & Down Yes
  2. Drop Frame
  3. Transducer
  4. Solaris
  5. Decay
  6. Subatomic
  7. Track 93
  8. The Meadow
  9. Parallaxis
  10. Ohara
Review: Dial regular Efdemin returns with a third album of a respected career, with the autumnal theme of Decay inspired by the German producer's three-month artist residency in Kyoto, Japan. Sollmann immersed himself in the local culture while in Kyoto, attending ceremonies with monks at temples and visiting local instrument makers. This results in a ten track set that canvasses the sort of poignant, introverted house music that's characterised much of Phillip Sollmann's work as Efdemin to date. There are however a few stylistic surprises along the way - the stripped back, jacking "Transducer" or the fusion of jazzy licks and noisy bursts of percussion that makes up the title track - but overall you'd be hard pushed to think of a better label to house Decay than Dial.
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Major Signals
Cat: DIALLP 045. Rel: 25 Mar 21
Techno
  1. Forever (5:28)
  2. Blessing From The Future (5:02)
  3. Major Signals (6:07)
  4. OP 9 (5:24)
  5. Sin (5:26)
  6. This Way (5:32)
  7. Circles (4:21)
  8. Surface (7:08)
  9. Black Windows (4:40)
  10. Memories (7:13)
  11. Selfupdate (5:16)
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Something Is Missing (reissue)
Cat: DIALTP 01. Rel: 12 Apr 21
Ambient/Drone
  1. Room One (13:46)
  2. Room Two (13:41)
  3. Room Three (9:00)
  4. Room Four (7:21)
  5. Room Five (31:17)
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Biostar
Biostar (2xLP)
Cat: DIALLP 042. Rel: 08 May 19
Electro
  1. THRRVL (4:28)
  2. TRR (4:38)
  3. WNTDMND (4:49)
  4. CCLRT (5:44)
  5. SBTRPCS (5:25)
  6. SLPNGVLCN (2:39)
  7. THWRD (4:10)
  8. HDRCSTCS (4:18)
  9. PHTCPHRK (4:57)
  10. DRMRBT (5:33)
  11. DTFNK (3:40)
  12. CLLMMM (3:48)
  13. CLSTLBNG (1:39)
Review: It would be fair to say that Tom Ruijg AKA Tracey is an artist on the up. Since making his debut on pal Tom Trago's Voyage Direct label back in 2017 he's developed his sound further via quietly impressive releases on Aus Music and Midland's Intergraded imprint. Now operating on Dial, "Biostar" sees the Dutch producer deliver a debut album of hissing, analogue rich lo-fi treats that draw influence from deep electro, Boards Of Canada style IDM, Rephlex-esque "braindance", distorted industrial music, spacey ambient, acid and rhythmically punchy '80s electro. There's so much going on that it will take a few listens to really sink in, but it's more than worth the effort; as debut albums go, "Biostar" is up there with the best of them.
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Played by: Owen Jay
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Inspiron
Inspiron (2xLP)
Cat: DIALLP 044. Rel: 11 Nov 20
Deep House
  1. Prelude (1:14)
  2. Moveya (5:35)
  3. Endo (5:11)
  4. Transitions (5:55)
  5. Lopak Robot Ocean (6:05)
  6. Dial Fonk (5:27)
  7. Mystic AV (5:23)
  8. Desert Night (5:32)
  9. Ortago (9:57)
Review: German's Dial has always been a cornerstone for electronic invention and Kosta Athanassiadis aka XDB has always lead from the front who it comes to deep and hypnotic sounds. The two come together for this fine full length which is the result of an ongoing 20 year friendship. The record is an exploration of experimental grooves, with spoken word snippets over deep organ sounds, pulsing drums and shifting timbres all drawing you deep into an alluring world of rhythm and sound. Next to more sedate pieces for mind expansion are plenty of gritty club grooves. Excellent work.
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