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Method
Method (12")
Cat: FIGUREX 27. Rel: 20 May 21
 
Techno
Method (6:01)
Mad (6:53)
Time Is Out (6:16)
In Your Power (6:01)
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 in stock $4.15
Fusion EP 01/03
Cat: FIGUREX 34. Rel: 09 Feb 23
 
Techno
Don't Be Stupid Day (5:12)
Temple (5:38)
Hymn (In The Name Of Fantasy) (5:07)
Hymn (In The Name Of Freedom) (8:59)
 in stock $14.28
Fusion EP 03/03
Fusion EP 03/03 (limited 12")
Cat: FIGUREX 37. Rel: 28 Jun 23
 
Techno
Halide (part 1) (6:43)
Make Me Scream (6:16)
Tor 8 (5:49)
Astra (7:46)
Review: Len Faki used the lockdowns to reconnect with production, hone his skills and tap deeper into his influences. The result was an adventurous long player, Fusion, that he has released over the course of a few EPs on his own Figure label. This is the third and final installment and it opens with 'Halide', a broken beat wobbler with plenty of percussive flair and slow-burning tension. 'Make Me Scream' has a throwback 80s synth feel with gothic vocals and then on the flip side he offers up more of the sort of potent peak time techno he is known for with 'Tor 8.' Last up is the cosmic melodic style of 'Astra' to conclude what has been a great project.
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 in stock $14.28
Fusion
Fusion (autographed coloured vinyl 8xLP box set + MP3 download code)
Cat: FIGURELP 10. Rel: 20 Sep 23
 
Techno
Yantra
Tor 8
Temple
Black Jack
Astra
Gamma (alternative mix)
Sexuality (My Reality)
Space Cowboys I
Raum 422
Friedrichshain Funk
Solar
Hymn (In The Name Of Fantasy)
Gamma (The Other Side)
Don't Be Stupid Day (extended album mix)
Space Cowboys II
Waver
It's Time (To Move Your Body)
Shri Yantra
Make Me Scream
Liyah
Halide (part 1)
Voices
Halide (part 2)
 in stock $162.46
FORTHCOMING
Fusion Remixes 02/03
Cat: FIGUREX 41. Rel: 03 May 24
 
Techno
Sexuality (My Reality) (Hardspace mix)
Shri Yantra (Luke Slater Deep Heet remix)
Make Me Scream (Amotik remix)
Raum 422 (Ploy remix)
Hymn (ANNA remix)
Astra (Len Faki Beat Room mix)
Don't Be Stupid Day (Modeselektor remix)
Waver (Beste Hira remix)
Review: After more than two decades at the bleeding edge of German techno, Len Faki broke through to the album artist realm with 2023's knockout long player Fusion. Since then he's been exploring the depth, breadth and hidden potential of his tracks with extensive remix commissions, which continue apace with this heavyweight double pack. There are premier league billings such as Luke Slater, Ploy and Modeselektor appearing alongside urgent underground talent like Hardspace, Beste Hira and Amotik, all bringing additional angles to the thunderous impact of Len Faki's signature sound, whether it's psychotropic breakbeat or anthemic, melodic techno you're in search of.
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Fusion Remixes 01/03
Cat: FIGUREX 39. Rel: 12 Mar 24
 
Techno
Voices (Arthur Robert remix) (5:32)
Temple (O(Phase) remix) (5:34)
Tor 8 (RRoxymore remix) (6:28)
Space Cowboys I (Pangaea remix) (5:28)
Yantra (Planetary Assault Systems remix) (6:29)
It's Time (To Move Your Body) (Truncate remix) (4:43)
Don't Be Stupid Day (Djrum remix) (7:24)
Friedrichshain Funk (Polygonia remix) (6:01)
Review: Len Faki's ambitious Fusion project aw the German techno titan really dig deep into his own production process and challenges himself to up his game. The results were superb and devastating on the floor, and so have been the remixes he has served up on his own Figure label. This collection sees some top names rework the originals into their own style with Pangaea bringing some slick future synth work to 'Space Cowboys I', Rroxymore bringing heavy percussive grooves to 'Tor 8' and Truncate adding his signature rock solid drum funk to 'It's Time (To Move Your Body).' A very useful collection for DJs and dancers.
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 in stock $25.95
Introspection
Cat: FIGUREX 33. Rel: 09 Sep 22
 
Techno
Doubtful (8:18)
Dry Dub (6:42)
Insider (7:09)
Worthiness (7:21)
 in stock $13.24
W
W (12")
Cat: FIGUREX 12. Rel: 11 Sep 19
 
Techno
AC1 (6:29)
GR16 (6:11)
MLT STG (6:30)
Red 4 (5:55)
Review: The celebrated Lady Starlight returns to Len Faki's Figure imprint to follow up last year's "Which One Of Us Is Me?". Her mentalist and barrelling techno expressions are on fine display again on 'W', featuring the frantic acid techno banger "AC1", the old school UK techno vibe of "GR16" with its hypnotic chord stabs and steely 909 rhythms that good friend Surgeon would have played at the legendary House Of God if it was released back in the day. On the flip, there couldn't be a better snapshot of 5AM at revered techno mecca Berghain via the strobe-lit peak time intensity of "Red 4" bringing this EP to an epic close.
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 in stock $10.90
Symmetry Zone
Symmetry Zone (limited 12")
Cat: figure x38. Rel: 29 Nov 23
 
Techno
Symmetry Zone (5:39)
Chaser (4:47)
Tracking (5:08)
Formed (5:15)
 in stock $14.28
Metamorphosis Part 1
Cat: FIGUREX 31. Rel: 09 May 22
 
Techno
Mastermind (6:02)
What We Do With Our Time (3:32)
Relentless (5:23)
Rising (4:53)
Cosmic Traveler (4:22)
 in stock $12.98
Brain Mechanix
Cat: FIGUREX 29. Rel: 15 Jul 21
 
Techno
Freek (5:47)
Bastun (5:40)
Likstroem (4:39)
Teleport Into Space (6:26)
 in stock $10.38
Open Space Vol 1
VARIOUS
Open Space Vol 1 (180 gram vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: FIGURELP 06. Rel: 18 Nov 20
 
Techno
Kirilik - "The Beginning Of Everything" (3:49)
John Beltran - "The Morning Moves The Sun" (5:50)
Sebastian Mullaert - "In The Mist We Appeared" (5:18)
JakoJako - "Deine Augen" (5:14)
The 7th Plain - "For Cocteaux & Budd" (4:05)
Len Faki - "Find Your Way" (7:44)
The Persuader - "Remembering Water Pearls" (5:05)
Ralf Hildenbeutel - "April" (6:20)
Moritz Von Oswald - "Silence" (9:07)
Kangding Ray - "Treize" (5:18)
Tin Man - "Lovely Acid" (5:55)
Antigone - "Indiana Police" (4:16)
Review: It's been a strange year, as you may have noticed. But rather than shy away from boldness, Figure takes a leap of faith and here starts a brand new compilation series that features "forward-thinking electronica and ambient from a well-curated list of seasoned producers." Across six sides of vinyl, the tracks often draw out a different side of the artists involved and results are always designed for wandering minds. Highlights are plentiful with Sebastian Mullaert offering up plenty of his mistiness, Berghian regular Len Faki finding a softer side on 'Find Your Way' and Moritz Von Oswald offering up the sort of lo-fi and grainy atmospheres you would expect.
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 in stock $32.70
Live Rockomotives Festival
Live Rockomotives Festival (pink vinyl LP + CD)
Cat: FLR 007LP. Rel: 30 Oct 23
 
Psych/Garage Rock
Mauve (10:33)
Gloria Suckita (10:23)
Sors La Bete (11:38)
I Wanna Be Your Dog (7:01)
La Machine A Rever (5:00)
Mauve
Gloria Suckita
Sors La Bete
I Wanna Be Your Dog
La Machine A Rever
Review: X-Ray Pop play live at Rockomotives Festival in 2020. The cult band was first formed back in 1984 by Didier Doc Pilot and Zouka Dzaza and are said to be inspirations for the likes of Beastie Boys and Stereolab. Their set at Rockomotives marked a triumphant return to the stage for the group with Charlotte Barfuss and Zouka Dzaza providing vocals, Doc Pilot on space guitar and Olivier Gicquel on drums amongst others. The setlist takes in tunes from four albums - Surrealistic Pilot, Fuzzy Soundtracks, All that Jazz and The Dream Machine - with psychedelic jazz mixed with novo beatnik overtones.
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 in stock $19.21
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