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Cat: DYSTOPIAN 004. Rel: 08 Jul 13
  1. Alex Do - "Concrete"
  2. Rodhad - "The Wall"
  3. Felix K - "Stone Edge"
Review: Following some standout solo releases from Rodhad and Recondite, the Dystopian camp take the various artists approach for their fourth release. First on the list is Alex Do, a young DJ who has evidently found kindred spirits in the Dystopian crew, and this EP provides the chance or them to showcase his debut production, "Concrete", a minimalistic combination of rigid kicks and claps, together with eerie morse code bleeps. Dystopian regular Rodhad returns with "The Wall", a fairly epic track which revolves around a slowly swelling tide of monotone synth horns which grow to monolithic proportions. However, the EP's standout moment belongs to Felix K, who leaves the experimental D&B stylings of his usual releases behind for a clattering 4/4 roller filled with his usual blend of tough beats and gentle ambience.
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Fury Road EP (12" in screen printed sleeve)
Cat: DYSTOPIAN 009. Rel: 03 Nov 14
  1. Beyond Thunderdome
  2. Road
  3. Master Blaster
  4. Outback
Review: Hailing from Italy, Distant Echoes is one of the lynchpins of Berlin's Dystopian crew, and here he delivers his debut record for the Berghain party's ever-impressive label, which this year has delivered heavy-hitting 12"s from Recondite and Rodhad. Seemingly taking its title and track names from the Mad Max universe, Fury Road kicks off with "Beyond Thunderdome", a stern piece of heaving 4/4 that could easily soundtrack futuristic gladiatorial combat. "Road" is a little more playful in tone, as are the Robert Hood-esque loops of "Master Blaster" and "Outback", which demonstrate the versatility of this promising new producer.
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Cat: DYSTOPIAN 020. Rel: 11 Jul 16
  1. Constellations (6:11)
  2. Solstice (6:29)
  3. A Distant Spark (6:43)
  4. Phantom Orbit (7:09)
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Nadsat EP (12")
Cat: DYSTOPIAN 006. Rel: 03 Mar 14
  1. Dim
  2. Milk Plus
  3. Nadsat
  4. DeLarge
Review: Fresh from his Hinterland LP for Ghostly International late last year, Recondite is back in action on Dystopian with his crisp brand of techno witchcraft. "Dim" leads the charge with a stripped down quiver of a beat that gently buoys nerve jangling arpeggios locked in endless cycles of minor melodies. "Milk Plus" is equally nourish in its outlook, keeping the drums well and truly at the back of the mix in favour of pealing synth notes. "Nadsat" is marginally more up for it, rocking a sturdy tech house line in percussion even if the overall finish is a stoutly minimal one. "De Large" cools things off once more with mournful chord drones and a hypnotic line in hi hats.
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Theater II (12")
Cat: DYSTOPIAN 023. Rel: 03 Jul 17
  1. Theater II (7:01)
  2. Thorn (5:25)
  3. Humid Green Haze (3:52)
  4. Sol (5:52)
  5. Scoop (5:05)
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Blindness (12")
Cat: DYSTOPIAN 002. Rel: 10 Dec 12
  1. Blindness
  2. Patient Zero
  3. Hope
Review: We've been eagerly awaiting the second portion of Rodhad's metallic techno on Berlin's Dystopian and good things do come to those who wait. The mysterious producer has made his personal brand of 4/4 standout among the huge number of releases available at Hardwax, gaining full support from artists like Blawan. "Blindness" is indeed a surprise; with no visible percussion in sight, it's a dense soundscape with nothing more than a dissolving vocal and background crackles to accompany it. "Patient Zero" enters more familiar territories, creating an irresistible groove out of few elements: a ringing melody, heavy kick drums and a cascade of hi-hats - simple but extremely effective! Over on the flip, "Hope" is a darker shade of grey, placing that sparse, rolling percussion next to a squealing bass line growing frantically - a guaranteed TIP!
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Anxious (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: DYSTOPIANLP 02. Rel: 06 Nov 17
  1. Unleash (4:26)
  2. Withheld Walk (5:39)
  3. Escape (7:20)
  4. Brief Respite (1:50)
  5. Awash (5:04)
  6. Glimmer Of Light (6:40)
  7. Target Line (feat Vril) (8:06)
  8. Burst (5:16)
  9. Left Behind (6:51)
  10. Cast A Shadow (2:38)
Review: Since first coming to our attention back in 2012 with debut single Blindness, Rodhad has delivered a string of EPs focusing on dark, otherworldly, industrial influenced techno. While the dancefloor has remained his priority throughout, there have been occasional deviations from the blueprint; creepy ambient escapades that hint at a wider palette of influences. Even so, it's a little bit of a surprise to find that this debut album contains very few bleak and dystopian club jams. Instead, these rare - if predictably impressive - moments are sandwiched between unsettling but thoughtful soundscapes that seemingly draw influence from industrial-era ambient, futurist horror soundtracks, moody IDM and - on sublime closer "Cast A Shadow" - the paranoid work of prolific producer Dominic Fenrow.
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Cat: DYSTOPIAN 022. Rel: 19 Jun 17
  1. Im Glanz Des Mondes (O [Phase] remix) (6:54)
  2. Vivarium (Porter Ricks remix) (5:51)
  3. Lookitthat (Silent Servant remix) (6:50)
  4. Kinder Der Ringwelt (Donato Dozzy remix) (6:51)
Review: Hirsute Red Panda member Rodhad has been turning out Teutonic techno treats for the best part of 5 years. Here, he gets to sit back and watch as a quartet of producers remix tracks from his back catalogue. O [Phase] kicks things off, layering ghostly, stretched-out pads over crispy drums on a formidable version of "Im Glanz Des Mondes", before Peter Ricks turns "Vivarium" into a dusty, distorted, off-kilter chunk of eccentric industrial techno. On the flip, Silent Servant dips the tempo and reaches for picturesque synthesizer arpeggio lines and chugging beats on an evocative revision of "Lookithat", while Donato Dozzy serves up a typically moody, locked-in, late night techno take on "Kinder Der Ringwelt".
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Cat: DYSTOPIAN 021. Rel: 15 May 17
  1. Alien Worlds (6:13)
  2. Uranium Echoes (6:14)
  3. Black Rain (7:07)
  4. Alien Worlds (The Advent Jacking remix) (5:04)
Played by: DJ 3000, Philippe Petit
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