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Theme From Acid Pimp
Theme From Acid Pimp (limited hand-stamped triple 12")
Cat: FE 081. Rel: 02 Jun 23
 
Techno
Theme From Acid Pimp (10:37)
Top (9:02)
Invert (6:43)
Blister (9:15)
Bounce (7:13)
Creep (9:04)
Fever (7:14)
Crispy Toe (5:53)
Smoke (1:32)
Scratch (8:21)
Drop (5:25)
Flip (5:26)
Review: The mysterious Acid Pimp (variously also known as Tom Newman, although accounts differ) showcases their 'Theme', and in turn the ability to take a classic sound and twist it into something entirely wonky, rift-opening and reality-bending. Said mode is acid techno, and said twist is arm-burning. The eight-tracker ranges from quizzically hollow tunes like 'Top' to calm judderers like, yes, 'Crispy Toe', proving the sonic capabilities of a longstanding production madman. One of several new releases to come out after the Pimp returned to 'Acid Pimping' in 2019, we hope we get to hear even more sonic propositions of their ilk soon come.
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 in stock $42.46
Theme From Acid Pimp (B-STOCK)
Theme From Acid Pimp (B-STOCK) (limited hand-stamped triple 12")
Cat: FE 081. Rel: 01 Jan 90
 
Techno
Theme From Acid Pimp (10:37)
Top (9:02)
Invert (6:43)
Blister (9:15)
Bounce (7:13)
Creep (9:04)
Fever (7:14)
Crispy Toe (5:53)
Smoke (1:32)
Scratch (8:21)
Drop (5:25)
Flip (5:26)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Centre label misprint, product in excellent condition***


The mysterious Acid Pimp (variously also known as Tom Newman, although accounts differ) showcases their 'Theme', and in turn the ability to take a classic sound and twist it into something entirely wonky, rift-opening and reality-bending. Said mode is acid techno, and said twist is arm-burning. The eight-tracker ranges from quizzically hollow tunes like 'Top' to calm judderers like, yes, 'Crispy Toe', proving the sonic capabilities of a longstanding production madman. One of several new releases to come out after the Pimp returned to 'Acid Pimping' in 2019, we hope we get to hear even more sonic propositions of their ilk soon come.
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 in stock $31.52
Theme From Acid Pimp
Theme From Acid Pimp (limited hand-stamped yellow vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: FE 081C. Rel: 30 Jan 24
 
Techno
Theme From Acid Pimp (10:37)
Top (9:02)
Invert (6:43)
Blister (9:15)
Bounce (7:13)
Creep (9:04)
Fever (7:14)
Crispy Toe (5:53)
Smoke (1:32)
Scratch (8:21)
Drop (5:25)
Flip (5:26)
Review: Acid Pimp, also known as Tom Newman (though details vary), unveiled their creation, 'Theme' last year and now it arrives once more on nice yellow vinyl. This track exemplifies their mastery in transforming a classic sound into a delightfully off-kilter, reality-distorting experience within the realm of acid techno. The eight-track offering explores a spectrum, from intriguingly hollow compositions like 'Top' to serenely pulsating tunes such as 'Crispy Toe,' showcasing the sonic prowess of a seasoned production virtuoso. This release follows Acid Pimp's return to 'Acid Pimping' in 2019, leaving us eager to embrace more sonic innovations from this creative maven.
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 in stock $48.83
FORTHCOMING
The Final Dat EP
Cat: SPECIAL 009.
 
Techno
Knaster
...ork
Track 3
Track 4
coming soon $29.72
Reconbination EP
Reconbination EP (limited 12")
Cat: FE 058. Rel: 19 May 21
 
Techno
Spatial Plucks (5:13)
Xsd (4:55)
Reconbination (3:17)
Rev (Stack Refix) (4:01)
Review: Manchester's Robbie Mecrow is an acid and electro specialist who is therefore a perfect fit for the interplanetary sounds of Furthur Electronix. This marks his fourth EP on a fourth different label in three years, which might be a slow pace but the music is worth waiting for. There is roomy, IDM inspired atmosphere on 'Spatial Plucks' then more jungle leaning breaks and glistening metallic surfaces on 'Xsd'. The fantastic 'Reconbination' might just be the EP highlight however with its broad bass, twisted drum loops and forlorn sense of mood. 'Rev' (Stack Refix) is an airy, ambient laced closer that suspends you in a techno dreamscape.
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Played by: Subb-an
 in stock $20.17
You'll Never Work In This Town Again!
You'll Never Work In This Town Again! (2xLP limited to 200 copies)
Cat: FE 040. Rel: 02 Nov 20
 
Techno
Thinking Of You (5:42)
Scaldy Fiver (3:53)
Tarmac Under Ten Tonne Sky (7:07)
Interesting & Unique Opinion! (4:18)
Illegal Trousers (Tweed Limit) (4:10)
Beilin Beo (3:25)
One Of These Days (4:39)
Sea Cave (4:53)
Dialup (5:45)
Walking Distance (6:56)
Weatherlore (Signs Of Rain) (5:33)
Suantrai Suaimhneach (5:13)
Review: Amid a ton of releases on the likes of Wrong Island and CPU in recent months, the legendary recovering optimist Automatic Tasty now flings a full album upside our faces. His ninth long'un, as always it's both jaunty and contemplative in equal measure as he tweaks his machines to create bubbling little narratives that weave in and out of the shades. At one moment you're weeping to a sartorial lament ("Illegal Trousers"), the next you're skipping on clouds on a secret level in your favourite childhood side-scroller ('One Of These Days'), the next you're doing the locomotion on Tomorrow's World ('Dialup') the next you're rolling out the lino for a slo-mo robo dance ('Scaldy Fiver') Slinky, cheery, honest analog fun; You'll Never Work In This Town Again isn't a threat... It's a promise
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Played by: DJ Mau Mau, Tr One
 in stock $38.21
Switching For A Living (reissue)
Cat: FE 068. Rel: 24 Jan 22
 
Electro
Role Player (4:31)
Yehno (4:28)
Commaspace (3:22)
Tumnal (4:10)
Unkey (3:30)
Bipolar (4:25)
Sitruk (4:18)
Rurrev (3:30)
Opposites (5:02)
Nite Garden (3:15)
Horizons (4:55)
Review: Thanks to a swathe of superb EPs over the last few years for the likes of 2020 Vision, Lunar Disko, Further Electronix, Altered Sense and Unknown to the Unknown, long-serving electro producer Cignol is enjoying something of a career renaissance. As a result, some of his earliest releases have become in-demand and hard-to-find - hence this reissue of his long-overlooked, but utterly brilliant, 2010 debut album, Switching For a Living. Offering an attractive mixture of sci-fi seeped, far-sighted tracks informed by 1990s IDM, deep electro, downtempo, ambient and acid, it's a coherent but varied affair that has well and trily lasted the test and time - thanks, in part, to Cignol's intention to make it a genuine "listening album". Recommended.
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 in stock $27.88
Lost Cignals Part 3
Lost Cignals Part 3 (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: FE 080. Rel: 13 Apr 23
 
Breakbeat
Glee Arch (4:35)
Keyss (2:32)
Electrob (4:32)
Staying On Drugs (2:49)
Review: Cult favourite Cignol never misses if you ask us. Here back on the Furtur Electonix label, he shows off his mastery of electro lushness and inventive rhythm once more. 'Glee Arch' pairs tin-pot percussion with early video game melodies and wub-wub basslines into something delightful. 'Keyss' is another mix of frazzled cosmic sonics and innocent melodic patterns before 'Electrob' take off on a smooth and gliding rhythm and 'Staying On Drugs' explores downbeat bliss. It's another high-class EP from Cignol which is defined by its retro-future melodies.
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 in stock $16.19
Lost Signals Part 3
Lost Signals Part 3 (limited hand-stamped translucent green vinyl 12")
Cat: FE 080C. Rel: 11 Dec 23
 
Breakbeat
Glee Arch (4:35)
Keyss (2:32)
Electrob (4:32)
Staying On Drugs (2:49)
Review: Irish electro don Cignol is back on Furthur Electronix with more of his top class sonic excursions. He opens this latest EP with 'Glee Arch' which pairs far-sighted chords with celestial pads and broken rhythms. 'Keyss' is a melancholic piece with meaningful chords front and centre and pixelated keys macing around the edges as the woodpecker beats provide the motion. The tenderness of his synths and keys continues on 'Electrob' which has more plaintive melodies paired with bristling beats and then closer 'Staying On Drugs' is a colourful and loose rhythm that feels like it might all fall apart.
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 in stock $17.25
Continuum (reissue)
Continuum (reissue) (limited translucent green vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: FE 074. Rel: 08 Sep 23
 
Balearic/Downtempo
Pleasure (5:01)
You're The One (4:51)
Sky Forever (5:19)
Atlantic (4:14)
Love Is A Liquid (4:25)
Metal Of Lesser Proportions (4:37)
The Architect (7:10)
Bleak Moments (4:22)
Downhill Ski (3:37)
505 345 675 Delta9 (5:00)
Straight To Hell (5:32)
Light Years (4:51)
 in stock $31.84
Derelict EP
Cat: FE 075. Rel: 16 Sep 22
 
Breakbeat
Drained (5:11)
Mangrove (5:24)
Rain (5:44)
Derelict (5:28)
 in stock $17.25
Influence Device
Cat: FE 078. Rel: 02 Mar 23
 
Breakbeat
Disposal Robot 139 (6:29)
Blueshift (5:41)
Influence Device 001 (4:45)
Traveller (6:10)
Review: Whatever they put out from whatever genre, you know the Furthur Electronix crew does it right. Electro is their most common sound and that's what we get here from CRC. It takes the form of a reissue of his hard-to-find, expensive and damn-good EP from Zyntax Motorcity. This one comes with an extra bonus track, too. 'Disposal Robot 139' is wonky acid and electro with prickly breaks, while the much more trippy and psychedelic 'Blueshift' has softer, smoother lines. The bleeping tones of 'Influence Device' fire at your brain while while warped bass and metallic drums get your body moving and 'Traveller' is another dreamy and rueful breakbeat viber.
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 in stock $17.79
Derelict
Derelict (limited grey marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: FE 075C. Rel: 12 Dec 23
 
Breakbeat
Drained (5:11)
Mangrove (5:24)
Rain (5:44)
Derelict (5:28)
 in stock $16.46
The Story Of Q (B-STOCK)
The Story Of Q (B-STOCK) (white & grey marbled vinyl 2xLP limited to 100 copies)
Cat: FE 064C (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Jan 90
 
Techno
Introduction To A Different World (3:59)
The Story Of Q (7:33)
Unforgotten Memories (7:31)
Two Mysterious Full Moons (6:43)
Slow Nostalgia (5:44)
Behind The Door (6:28)
Hiding From Them (7:30)
A New Life (6:08)
Outside Together (3:44)
 in stock $19.65
Information Paradox
Information Paradox (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: FE 067. Rel: 10 Jun 22
 
Techno
Oscillate (3:30)
Isolated Coefficients (3:43)
Space Tunnelling Through The Barrier (5:39)
Fourier Mode (5:06)
Density Matrix (4:05)
Spectrum Of Radiation (4:17)
Schwarzschild Radius (4:34)
Entanglement Entropy (3:50)
Thermodynamics (4:13)
Cauchy Horizons (4:57)
Geodesics (4:39)
Unruh Radiation (5:07)
Extremal Surface (5:14)
 in stock $26.54
SR 71
SR 71 (hand-stamped 12" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: SPECIAL 008. Rel: 02 Apr 24
 
Electro
Bit (5:59)
Beat Euro Acid (4:07)
SR-71 Sizab (3:55)
 in stock $30.26
Immaginario EP
Immaginario EP (limited 12")
Cat: FE 051. Rel: 06 Apr 21
 
Techno
After Waiting (3:58)
Floatnet Jplogue (4:58)
Sudden Changes (3:37)
In Memory Of A Common Feeling (5:21)
Lektro Erg Kg (4:08)
Review: Furthur Electronix has always been a highly recommended label but they seem to be in a purple patch right now with a wealth of essentials releases all dropping in quick fashion. It is Kreggo who steps up this time with a new limited run 12" that follows his last on the label last year. The Milan based artist is eclectic and throughly underground and is the brain behind the Art-Aud label and the cult Secret Rave series. His electro sound here is raw and rugged, with bumping drums, fixing synths and flashes of acid all making these standout cuts.
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 in stock $8.06
SK222/FE 001
SK222/FE 001 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: SK222/FE 001. Rel: 02 Dec 20
 
Ambient/Drone
Joe McBride - "Tx 111" (1:04)
Joe McBride - "Polychaete" (6:24)
Joe McBride - "Tx 222" (2:17)
Joe McBride - "Lugwyrm" (4:48)
Jack Lever - "E1b1" (1:13)
Jack Lever - "Daystar" (3:57)
Jack Lever - "PAD" (0:32)
Jack Lever - "SK066991" (3:17)
Jack Lever - "RGB" (3:57)
Jack Lever - "Process.IOn" (3:28)
Joe McBride - "Tx 333" (3:33)
Joe McBride - "Eostre Acid" (4:19)
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 in stock $18.49
Sick Apian EP
Sick Apian EP (limited 12")
Cat: FE 057. Rel: 19 May 21
 
Drum & Bass / Jungle
Antio Zoi (TGRCCC) (3:40)
Xypna (2:58)
KodS0520 Fyllorroo (3:03)
Review: Brighton imprint Furthur Electronix continues full steam ahead with its prolific output this year, and it's a big week for them. Alongside a great EP by Aussie Lou Karsh, we have this new one by Greek producer George Kontogiannidis aka Pera Sta Ori, who has racked up some impressive releases thus far on Musar, Brokntoys and Yellow Machines. As on previous works, the Sick Apian EP further explores Kontogiannidis' love of classic UK rave sounds. For instance A side cut 'Antio Zoi (TGRCCC)' utilises pitch shifted hardcore breaks underpinned by a dystopian electro atmosphere. Over on the flip, its '95 all over again on the breakneck junglist stepper 'Xypna' followed by the complex and hypnotic riddims of 'KodS0520 Fyllorroo'.
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 in stock $20.17
Kermadec Trench
Cat: FE 028. Rel: 08 Sep 20
 
Breakbeat
Kermadec Trench (Blue Dive mix) (6:45)
Kermadec Trench (Slow Dive mix) (7:50)
Kermadec Trench (Dark Dive mix) (8:13)
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 in stock $7.54
Housewerk Vol 1 & 2
Housewerk Vol 1 & 2 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: FE 073. Rel: 30 May 22
 
Electro
Housewerk (4:46)
Belm (6:28)
Slow Belm (4:37)
Houzz 11 (5:05)
Amnesia (5:22)
Gelignite (5:07)
Houzz 12 (5:37)
Jauntasm (4:48)
Perigog (5:03)
Review: Tusken Raiders is of course Michael Paradinas, the man behind Planet Mu as well as many of his own killer productions. Famously, this alias had to be put to sleep after George Lucas's lawyers found out about it after one of his releases on Clear back in the day, so he renamed himself Rude Ass Tinker - an anagram the original alias. But now it is back out of retirement for this collection on Further Electronix of all the recent EPs he has released. The tracks are built on brilliantly squelchy electro funk, cosmic techno, brain dance melodies abound and the whole thing comes from a world controlled by AI and robots, but never loses sight of the dancefloor.
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 in stock $34.25
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