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Hidden Hawaii

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Nautil 2/3 (12" + free download)
Cat: HIDDENHAWAIINAUTIL 2/3. Rel: 25 Jul 14
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
Review: Alien atmospheres, bassy sonar blips, crackling ambience, fizzing white noise and a barely-there groove makes the A-side of this second Nautil 12" a delight for ambient, industrial, drum and bass, techno and by and large experimental lovers alike. 943 has all the hallmarks of a Felix K production only without the rolling D&B beats, but who needs them when you have spatial textures like this! Toolshop drums with the rhythm of a hammer hitting a nail out of time provides the B-side with a awkward groove while dubby stabs form and disappear in the background behind the sound of hissing pistons from a make-believe steam works.
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 in stock $9.32
Elemnts (3xLP)
Cat: HIDDENHAWAII 3333. Rel: 23 Jan 17
  1. Square #1 (8:23)
  2. Square #2 (1:54)
  3. Square #3 (5:22)
  4. Square #4 (3:48)
  5. Square #5 (1:19)
  6. Octagon #1 (5:15)
  7. Octagon #2 (5:16)
  8. Octagon #3 (4:40)
  9. Octagon #4 (5:39)
  10. Circle Of Light #1 (4:47)
  11. Circle Of Light #2 (5:09)
  12. Circle Of Light #3 (3:19)
  13. Circle Of Light #4 (Levl reinterpretation) (12:05)
Review: Felix K and DB1's Elemnt project is an intriguing prospect. This debut album builds on the promise of previous releases by showcasing the duo's hard to pigeonhole style over three weighty slabs of wax. Stylistically, their dark, intense and often obtuse incorporates elements of dark ambient, modular techno, experimental D&B, minimalist aesthetics, metallic IDM (think Autechre, for starters), post-dubstep heaviness, experimental noise, and even a dash of dub techno. It's a mixture that makes for interesting and largely enjoyable listening, with highlights worming their way into your consciousness rather than leaping up off the wax.
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Cat: HIDDENHAWAII 2233. Rel: 08 Jul 16
  1. Track 1 (9:20)
  2. Track 2 (5:44)
  3. Track 3 (5:38)
  4. Track 4 (9:42)
Review: The master of grey area sonic explorations returns. Receiving a bit of help from the mysterious BassDee on the Veteranenstrasse EP. This release focuses on some sublime ambient journeys along the left hand path, yet not as noisy and challenging as previous releases for the label this year; but you can bet they're just as chilling and all consuming. The A side offers up "Track 1" which is some smoky and dust coated STL style deepness to get you in the mood while the second track is a beatless yet blissful dub techno excursion which gets properly glacial. On the flip he offers us a bleak greyscale experiment on the fourth track which harks back to some of those harsh textural abrasions explored on the previous 749 EP with Ena earlier this year on Hidden Hawaii.
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Cat: HIDDENHAWAII 2222. Rel: 01 Apr 16
  1. Track 1 (5:26)
  2. Track 2 (3:13)
  3. Track 3 (5:39)
  4. Track 4 (2:58)
Review: A new Hidden Hawaii release has the ability to get our taste buds going and our mouths salivating from the first moment that we hear those warm glows of echo hit our ear drums. This is particularly true when it's coming from the likes of FLXK1 and DB1, two relatively unknown entities up to this day, and a pair of artists who truly understand the essence of dub techno. From the subaqueous bleeps and mechanical drums of "Track 1", through to the hollow, washed-out drones of "Track 2", and even contorted breakbeats of "Track 3" and "Track 4", this EP has everything you need for a full meditation session, whether that be in a club or on your headphones. No Apple buds, though, please.
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749 EP (double 12")
Cat: HW 2223. Rel: 17 Mar 16
  1. Track 1 (5:05)
  2. Track 2 (3:50)
  3. Track 3 (5:54)
  4. Track 4 (5:34)
  5. Track 5 (4:45)
  6. Track 6 (5:05)
  7. Track 7 (6:56)
  8. Track 8 (3:00)
Review: Post-drum and bass grey area explorers Ena (Japan) and FLXK1 from Berlin (aka Hidden Hawaii head honcho Felix K) team up for some sinister, industrial edged sound design excursions through the darklands. It bears all the hallmarks of what these two modern auteurs of dark experimental and deconstructed dub techno have brought to the table before: well executed metal textures, the most haunting and subversive of drones (sure!) but overall the most terrifying and polarising soundscapes this side of hell. With this type of music gaining a large following and many jumping on the bandwagon, it takes just one listen to this to see why these two are at the top of the game and raise the bar exceptionally high. For those that dare: this is essential listening.
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Played by: Zenner, M50, Regen
 in stock $18.09
Die Kunst Zu Verschwinden (clear vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HIDDENHAWAII 3344. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Das Leben (12:48)
  2. Die Illusion (12:54)
  3. Das Geheimnis (12:18)
  4. Der Traum (12:46)
Played by: M50
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Kerner (2xLP)
Cat: HIDDENHAWAII 4444. Rel: 27 Mar 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Klickoff (6:51)
  2. Krine (6:29)
  3. Gryphe (5:59)
  4. Human Error (4:32)
  5. Shades (5:23)
  6. Impending (4:49)
  7. Maxicle (3:42)
Review: German jungle subversion: Martin Heinze delivers his debut album Kerner and it's every bit as beguiling, unique and forward-thinking as his back catalogue on the likes of Med School, Commercial Suicide and Warm Comms foretold. Back on Hidden Hawaii for the first time in years, Kerner is his most explorative and wide-ranging piece of work to date: the minimal techno ricochet of "Kickoff", the industrial whirlwind breaks of "Krine", the ever-distorting elastic bassline venom of "Gryphe", the echo chamber cosmosis and reverse-warping of "Human Error", the playful steps and trippy dribbles of "Shades", the suspense and release of the tribal pounder "Impending" and the cathedral-like chimes and reverbs of the far-out finale "Maxicle"... Seven examples of genuine 170 innovation.
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Gilga V (LP + insert)
Cat: HIDDENHAWAIIGILGA 5/6. Rel: 26 Sep 17
  1. Premillennialism (7:07)
  2. Ghosn Run (4:23)
  3. Gilga 400 (3:10)
  4. Hi, Waves (3:51)
  5. Oude Ou (2:53)
  6. CE 96/PPE Wolve (4:22)
  7. Naima Jam (4:30)
Review: Hidden Hawaii's Gilga offshoot is gaining more traction with each new week and, most importantly, the label is bringing new talent to the scene on a constant basis. This time, newcomer - and mysterious beatsmith - Myself 69 lands on our Experimental pages with a magnificent, seven-part myriad of electronic compositions. "Premillenialism", for instance, is an indescribable labyrinth if sounds that verges onto hip-hop while still keeping one foot firmly in the electronica game; similarly, "Ghosn Run" and "Gilga 400" mash up lo-fi riffs, distorted beats and fuzzy bass frequencies to form a truly spectacular array of meditation material. The flipside pushes the boundaries further still, with "Hi, Waves" sounding like some neo-krautrock, "Oude Ou" bringing in some mad strings to an off-kilter rhythm, the daring "CE 96/PPE Wolve" goes on a mad bender of sparse jazz samples and eerie FM synthesis, leaving "Naima Jam" to provide the cool, bluesy tones for the free jazz lovers. What an EP. Warmly recommended!
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Gilga III (LP in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: HIDDENHAWAIIGILGA 3/6. Rel: 28 Apr 15
  1. Tape 1 (14:58)
  2. Tape 2 (20:32)
Review: Hidden Hawaii's Gilga offshoot - which was inaugurated with a fine EP by the great Legowelt - returns with their third release and this time it's by newcomer Parlament Der Fische, who delivers a fresh and provocative take on electronica. "Tape 1" is broken, jarring and barely held together by a swarm of metallic percussion and ultra-compressed kicks running in its underbelly. On the flipside, "Tape 2" unleashes a punishing low-end beneath aqueous synths and submerged melodies in what is surely the EP's finest moment. Dubby, abstract, dark and utterly recommended.
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Played by: Debukas, 3.14, Lumitecc
 in stock $16.24
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