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Panokorama (2xLP)
Cat: ESP 046. Rel: 22 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Sala Sensi (5:08)
  2. Clypp (5:23)
  3. WCR (2:00)
  4. Shufflington (5:51)
  5. EX% (7:02)
  6. Amnesia (2:20)
  7. Operator In Excelsis (6:49)
  8. Saba (5:25)
  9. Notion (5:07)
  10. Panokorama (4:45)
Review: Bartellow is German producer Beni Brachtel, an artist that has been in involved with Lovefingers' ESP Institute for some time and as a member of label favourites Tambien, alongside Marvin Schuhmann & Valentino Betz of Public Possession. It's a pretty diverse affair on his debut Pankorama LP, starting off with the rather rather Pal Joey sounding "Sala Sensi" before he dives into some cosmo-balearic tinged ambient on the lovely "Clypp". Dusty swing-fuelled underground house is covered covered on the appropriately titled "Shufflington" or especially the stopmin' "Operator In Excelsis". "Notion" bridges the gap between label head Andrew Hogge's fascination with the exotic and analogue electronics wonderfully.
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Tusk (12")
Cat: ESP LXXV. Rel: 12 Jun 18
Techno
  1. Tusk (6:55)
  2. Aku (6:08)
Review: Following up 2016's Kyoto EP on ESP Institute, here is the return of Cleveland. Interestingly enough he's not from the midwest USA but in-fact from Luxembourg (with Italian roots) and based in Brussels. His music isn't nearly as confusing though; on the contrary "Tusk" simply sounds like 'oriental electro' (if we've heard such a thing) even more than Japanese Telecom would. B side cut "Aku" equally borrows from Detroit bass aesthetics, yet crosses over into minimal techno - albeit unintentionally we assume - grooving much like current sounds of the Berlin underground as heard on labels like Time Passages or Libertine. A.E. Mancini has released previously on other fine imprints such as Hivern Discs and Oskar Offermann's White.
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Rambutan (12")
Cat: ESP 068. Rel: 14 May 18
Deep House
  1. Banana Paradiso (7:10)
  2. Rambutan (6:05)
  3. The Color Of Maracuja (6:28)
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FORTHCOMING
Logos
Logos (12")
Cat: ESP 063A.
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Logos
  2. Logos (Bartellow remix)
  3. Discopazzle
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Sunizm
Sunizm (2xLP)
Cat: ESP 063.
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Osaka Native
  2. Logos
  3. Follow Me
  4. Lady Plants
  5. Hanasai
  6. Feel It
  7. Koot Works (feat OR)
  8. Oenothera
  9. Sunizm
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Cat: ESPHB 001. Rel: 23 Jun 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Coconuts (3:03)
  2. A Mind (9:47)
  3. Deep Tubes (5:54)
  4. She Scream (5:12)
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FORTHCOMING
Tangier/Everything Is Nice
  1. Tangier
  2. Everything Is Nice
Review: To date, long serving but low key Detroiter Sharif Laffrey has specialised in delivering epic cuts that prioritize hypnotic grooves, raw drums and subtle musical shifts. For his debut on Lovefingers' ESP Institute label he ratchets up the intensity by a few dozen notches, basing fearsome A-side "Tangier" around a druggy, full-throttle groove, wild and psychedelic acid lines, snaking Middle Eastern horn solos and the kind of rumbling bassline that will sound awesome blasting out of a meaty soundsystem. B-side "Everything Is Nice" is deeper and groovier in tone, with Laffrey wrapping bleeping melody lines and echoing vocal samples around a crunchy drum machine rhythm. It's very good, even if it does lack the restless energy of the exotic A-side.
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Cat: ESP 009. Rel: 09 Nov 12
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Flares
  2. Bell Rock Outpost
  3. Strange Attractor
  4. Isle Of Tears
  5. Presence Of The Past
  6. Higher Love
Review: Whereas certain trends and producers regress or digress at a moment's whim, ESP Institute remain steadily on their own unique stylistic path overseen by Andrew Lovefingers Hogge from his NYC base and propelled gently on the wave of critical acclaim afforded to the litany of diverse artists that release on the label. Following serene and sublime dancefloor emissions from Michael Ozone and Young Marco, ESP Institute invite you to bask in something even gentile with the self titled debut album from Land Of Lights. A collaborative project from ESP regular Johnny Nash and former Spectral Empire producer Kyle Martin that's been in gestation for some time, Land Of Lights comes with the advance warning that "if you don't have time to really listen, please do not buy this record. If your mind is not ready to unwind, please do not buy this record". "Flares" sets the tone that justifies this warning, laying down all manner of meditative textures before any discernable rhythmic force appears. While that opening track is undoubtedly the most expansive production from Nash and Martin, the subsequent five productions retain the sumptuous levels of production throughout and it'd be a truly angry man to reach the end of "Higher Love" in anything other than a blissful high.
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Tistish (12")
Cat: ESP 069. Rel: 08 Dec 17
Deep House
  1. Tistish (6:59)
  2. Nee Shitteru (7:05)
Review: Earlier this year, Man Power briefly returned to his former home, Newcastle, to make some more music with his former Last Waltz colleagues. ESP Institute boss Lovefingers was impressed by the resultant tracks and here gives them a deserved release. A-side "Tistish" is a thrillingly wonky and intoxicating affair, with exotic synthesizer melodies, bustling Italo-disco style arpeggios and fuzzy, modular style electronics joining forces to create a mind-altering dancefloor mood (think Moscoman or Red Axes covering the original 1988 version of the KLF's "What Time Is Love" whilst high on acid). Arguably even better is sleazy flipside "Nee Shitteru", where ritualistic tribal drums and ragged analogue bass create a feverish and humid mood.
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Cat: ESP 033. Rel: 23 Sep 16
Deep House
  1. Nineteen Eighty-Two (5:26)
  2. Silent Thunder (5:11)
  3. Mexican Cola Bottle Baby (6:32)
  4. Chickpea (4:48)
  5. Losing My Wedge (5:56)
  6. A Shot In The Light (5:58)
  7. Maltese Duck (5:13)
  8. Death At The Funeral (6:01)
Review: Given the hype surrounding his usually on-point releases, you'd be forgiven for thinking that Moscoman had been releasing music for longer than two years. It's not taken him long to get this debut album for ESP Institute together, and it's a pleasingly analogue-sounding affair. The eight eclectic tracks variously touch on sticky, tribal-influenced grooves ("Mexican Cola Bottle Baby", with its' wonderfully spacey melody lines), cold-wave ("Losing My Wedge"), tactile, nu-disco influenced tech-house ("Shot In The Light"), trippy electro ("Death At The Funeral"), and skewed house (the tumbling, ice cream van melodies and hypnotic drums of "Maltese Duck"). Throughout, the album remains stylish and quirkily atmospheric.
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Island Time (12" repress)
Cat: ESP 014. Rel: 13 Jun 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Ahumbo (5:55)
  2. Island Time (4:39)
  3. If It Ever Feels Right (9:11)
Review: The Lovefingers helmed ESP Institute had a frankly killer year in 2012, and if this opening salvo for 2013 is anything to go by we're in for many more treats from the label this year. Pharoahs have already graced 100% Silk with their brand of disco-inspired synth jams, but these three tracks are infinitely more accomplished. "Ahumbo" combines subtle Afrobeat influences with thick, lustrous bass and the kind of spacious guitar licks that would make Talking Heads jealous, while the dubby feel and atonal percussion of "Island Time" recall Ital's brilliant track "Queens". Finally, the "If It Ever Feels Right" goes in as hard as you could imagine an ESP release going, with thick analogue bass tumbling out of control at 132bpm driven relentlessly forward by a conga-led rhythm, which segues effortlessly into a blissful saxophone breakdown. Unsurprisingly, this is excellent stuff which comes highly recommended.
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Sight Seeing (2xLP)
Cat: ESP 072. Rel: 16 Feb 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. The Dove (3:30)
  2. Puente De Los Enamorados (5:16)
  3. Uroboros (2:34)
  4. Vesperal (5:56)
  5. Ignition (2:06)
  6. Eloigne (6:17)
  7. Helios (10:04)
  8. Strategie Silencieuse (3:42)
  9. Track 9 (4:13)
  10. Monade (3:19)
  11. Automatic (5:44)
  12. Infinite (3:23)
  13. Gradation 65 (3:13)
  14. Miroir D'eau (7:09)
  15. Meteorythme (12:55)
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Trycksaker (12")
Cat: ESP 067. Rel: 03 May 18
Deep House
  1. Trycksaker (8:55)
  2. Roguish Days (6:39)
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Cat: ESP 071. Rel: 15 Dec 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. The Ridge To Catequil (6:53)
  2. Oceanic (7:06)
  3. Nightschool Of Universal Wisdom (6:23)
  4. Ljuset (2:09)
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Cat: ESP 062. Rel: 04 Apr 18
Techno
  1. Second Stimulus (8:59)
  2. Synchro Surfer (6:15)
Review: Long-serving British producer Toby Tobias returns to ESP Institute for a second time. Intriguingly, A-side "Second Stimulus" - arguably one of his finest cuts to date - is a little more robust and bass-heavy that his usual offerings, with floatation tank motifs and cascading chords rising above a bold, chunky, sub-bass-rich groove. It's undeniably floor-friendly, but also deliciously spacey and quietly melodious. Turn to the flipside for "Synchro Surfer", where expertly dubbed-out synth refrains rise above a deep, purist tech-house groove. It's the sort of record we'd have expected to hear at a Wiggle party in the late '90s, which is no bad thing.
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Thinking Allowed (12" repress)
Cat: ESP 015. Rel: 31 May 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Bit One (7:15)
  2. Cloud Country (5:21)
  3. Thinking Allowed (8:44)
Review: In a 2010 interview, Tornado Wallace explained the inspiration behind his distinctive title as "something between a deep south blues artist or a logger from Nebraska". In subsequent years the Australian has seemingly swapped the south blues artist for something southern Italo, keeping the Nebraskan edge with his logger's beard. This is demonstrated in wondrous fashion on the water-coloured artwork to Thinking Aloud, his debut EP for Lovefingers' ESP Institute. Heavy bass plods switch to a walking bassline in "Bit One", as motorised and starry arpeggios weave between breathy vocals that are as much human as they are synthesised. This is complemented by "Cloud Country" which lowers in BPM with more Italo inspired arpeggios, pulsating toms and sprinklings of Latin sounding synths. The title track "Thinking Allowed" hogs the flip, slowly revealing itself to be a Balearic burner of the highest calibre. It opens with an analogous kick-snare combo and a "higher-self" spoken word spiel that's reminiscent of Will Powers legendary "Adventures In Success". Peaks come; troughs go as the track builds sublimely before dovetailing back to its original form. Welcome back sir!
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Biology (LP)
Cat: ESP 018. Rel: 26 May 14
Deep House
  1. Biology Theme (6:04)
  2. Psychotic Particles (4:02)
  3. Sea World (5:29)
  4. Out Of Wind (5:40)
  5. Suzaku (6:47)
  6. Trippy Isolator (5:56)
  7. Can You Really Feel It ? (5:32)
Review: Amsterdam-based graphic designer turned producer Young Marco has previously shown hints of greatness, most notably with a pair of superb 12" singles on ESP Institute that layered picturesque melodies atop huggable analogue grooves. Here, he delivers his debut album, Biology, and it's every bit as warm, imaginative and luscious as his previous work. Each of the album's seven tracks is something of a gem, from the crystalline, new age house of "Sea World" and Vangelis Katsoulis-inspired ambience of "Out of Wind", to the Italo-influenced dancefloor pulse of "Suzaku" and rush-inducing, synth-heavy brightness of "Can You Really Feel It". It's one of those albums that will brighten up even the dreariest of days, and those sets are arguably few and far between.
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