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Issue N Fourteen
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Cat: JL 014. Rel: 12 Dec 16
  1. Isolation (12:43)
  2. Klang (9:23)
  3. Tanksport (5:19)
Jealous God 4
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Jealous God 4 (12" + postcard)
Cat: JL 04. Rel: 03 Mar 14
  1. A Square Shaped Room
  2. Boxes
  3. Birth Control
  4. Casual Sex
  5. Plastic Bag
Review: Founded last year by Regis, James Ruskin and Juan Mendez, Jealous God's initial 'issues' fell very much within the remit of the expertly sculpted techno that the now defunct Sandwell District pioneered. However the label's focus has seemingly become a lot more open ended and willing to exploring the trio's well documented love for DIY post punk and industrial sounds and it's something that continues here with the debut of Broken English Club. The latest project from UK techno producer Oliver Ho, Broken English Club seems to be his most confident expression of his post punk and industrial influences, which have previously manifested themselves to varying degrees in the Raudive guise and his work as The Eyes In The Heat. His five track Jealous God debut features the excellent "Plastic Bag" and is complemented by a dub heavy mix CD from Taylor Burch of DVA DAMAS.
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Accidents & Romance
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Cat: JG 16. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. Accidents & Romance (6:39)
  2. Country Life (5:57)
  3. Private Death (4:14)
Review: Oliver Ho's Broken English Club has been a revelation of sorts since his first release appeared on Jealous God back in 2014. What's particularly impressive about this artist is how he successfully managed to align himself with all the right labels; all the right labels for his particular form of techno, including Cititrax, a label we have much love for. The man returns to Regis' and Silent Servant's Jealous God for the label's sixteenth instalment, and "Accidents & Romance" kicks the EP off with a familiarly rolling bassline that hints at the emergence of 303 tones without ever unleashing a full blockade of acid. On the B-side, "Country Life" enters the realm of nightmares thanks to sharp, bruising bass stabs and an ominous swarm of voices, leaving the foreboding elements of "Private Death" to linger in their own pool of broken drum patters and percussion shots. This is a keeper, and probably one of the best JG missiles yet!
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Extended Communication Techniques
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Cat: JG 013. Rel: 05 Sep 16
  1. Earless (8:16)
  2. Mud (6:01)
  3. Interlude 1 (2:03)
  4. Luggage (8:29)
  5. Strip Away (6:13)
  6. Interlude 2 (1:41)
Review: The recent news that the Jealous God label is planning to wind down was slightly softened by the impressive selection of releases that will appear before it does. Chief amongst those was this EP from Champagne Mirrors, an alias of Blackest Ever Black contributor Alex Barnett. Extended Communication Techniques is as dark, unsettling and creepy as you'd expect, with occasional shards of light - a headline melody here and there, with similarly rare slivers of woozy electronic positivity - helping to balance out Barnett's dystopian tendencies. It's one of those sets that benefits from repeated listens, with each successive play revealing additional layers of moody detail.
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Jealous God Atonal T-Shirt (black, large)
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Cat: 636883 Rel: 09 Jan 17
Printed American Apparel t-shirt for Berlin's Atonal live show
Notes: One off printed t-shirt for Berlin's Atonal Live Show. Black with white design, printed on American Apparel t-shirts.
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I'll Hold You Till You Die
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Cat: JG 017. Rel: 26 Jun 17
  1. For Milan/AMG (3:46)
  2. Skrrt (Music Made To Listen To In A RS6) (5:26)
  3. Donatella Forever (4:07)
  4. Last Dance (I'll Hold You Till We Die) (6:25)
Review: As Silent Servant slowly winds down his respected Jealous God imprint, we have been treated to some bold releases by the likes of Crimes Of The Future main man Black Merlin, Aufnahme + Wiedergabe's Phase Fatale and the legendary Oliver Ho as Broken English Club. Here, the Northern Electronics and Posh Isolation affiliated Jonas Ronnberg aka Varg appears now: unpredictable as ever but always delivering the goods in fine fashion. The A side's highlight is the pummelling full throttle industrial techno onslaught that is "Skrrt (Music Made To Listen To In A RS6)" that will truly throw you into a corner. On the flip, the absolutely roaring hypnotic techno epic entitled "Last Dance (I'll Hold You Till We Die)" features the most tripped out modular sounds this side of Mike Parker, plus its overall production is reminiscent of the seminal, trance inducing sounds of the Italian Zooloft imprint: but with the worthy addition of some harsh snares: pretty damn brilliant if we do say so ourselves!
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Played by: 3.14, He/aT, Jock Club
Jealous God 7
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Jealous God 7 (12" + insert + 1-track mixed CD)
Cat: JL 007. Rel: 29 Jun 15
  1. A Snake Falling To Pieces (3:44)
  2. Never (8:20)
  3. Ruins (6:59)
  4. Fodd Dod - "Utan Skugga"
  5. Throbbing Gristle - "Convincing People"
  6. Dark Day - "The Metal Benders"
  7. Alan Vega - "No Tomorrow"
  8. No Bra - "Super Subway Comedian"
  9. DVA DAMAS - "Interlude"
  10. Ulan Bator - "Silence"
  11. Daughters Of The Sun - "Ride To Die"
  12. Martoc - "Nightmare Trip"
  13. The Neon Judgement - "The Machine"
  14. Conrad Schnitzler - "Auf Dem Schwarzen Kanal" (Dompteur Mooner edit)
  15. Hard Corps - "Dirty" (J Rocc edit)
  16. Chris & Cosey - "Driving Blind" (Carter Tutti 2015 rework)
  17. Peaches - "Jonny"
  18. Martoc - "Sex Kills"
  19. Martin Rev - "Day & Night"
Review: Jealous God present Issue Number 7, the latest missive from Planete Rouge regular Alexey Volkov, and a record likely to cause bouts of overwhelming paranoia in listeners of a nervous disposition. There's something undeniably uncomfortable about the horror-fixated electronics, dystopian textures and spine-chilling freestyle vocals of "A Snake Falling To Pieces". The more upbeat and metallic "Never" is a little less bloodcurdling, with metallic hits clustered round a modular synthesizer groove. Perhaps the standout moment - though it's an all-round excellent excursion - is flipside "Ruins", which adeptly combines both approaches on an undulating, skin-crawling techno thruster.
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