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Kosmos
Kosmos (12")
Cat: KEY 038. Rel: 29 Feb 24
 
Techno
27 (feat Viktoriia) (5:40)
Unknown Error (5:35)
Don't Call Me Baby (feat Viktoriia) (5:53)
La Noche (6:01)
Review: Key Vinyl is the concern of French techno man Freddy K and next up on his excellent imprint is a young and developing artist by the name of Atonism. He hails from Spain and once again shows his class here with a little help from the vocals of Viktoriia. His brand of techno is punchy and direct but not sort of nuance - the opener has some funk in the kicks and mystery in the scratchy vocals then 'Unknown Error' gets unhinged and disorientating in terms of its twisted synths. 'Don't Call Me Baby' is bubbly, wet minimal and 'La Noche' shuts down with surging synths, unrelenting drums and hammering hits.
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Played by: Tom Drew
 in stock $12.98
Keynote
Keynote (12")
Cat: KEY 033. Rel: 25 May 23
 
Techno
Message From The Error System (7:04)
Mechanics (4:43)
Captivate (4:15)
Review: Decka & Roseen serve up their first ever collaborative works here with their Keynote EP on Key Vinyl. They head straight in at the deep end with opener 'Message From The Error System' an ominous and darkly atmospheric cut that keeps you in suspense next to frosty synths and looming bass as drums and synths grow enervating more angsty. 'Mechanics' is a classic Mills style space-techno cut laced with molten melodies and 'Captivate' then brings some warped synth energy and rumbling bass tension. Timeless tackle that will drown you in sound.
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 in stock $12.19
Keen Edged
Cat: KEY 032. Rel: 25 May 23
 
Techno
Creatures Of The Night (4:03)
Personal Prison (4:32)
La Vita Di Allora (5:32)
Terza Armonica (6:15)
 in stock $12.19
Controlled Impulses
Cat: KEYLP 04. Rel: 24 Nov 22
 
Techno
Sky Hook (6:09)
Atmospheric Entry (6:28)
Processor Six (5:21)
Kontrol Freak (5:18)
Stages Of Change (6:35)
Default Stress (6:00)
Neowise (6:02)
Telescope Station (4:04)
Sensory Nerves (2:59)
Review: Jeroen Search is having a big year. He's dropped fine EPs on Sinxergy, External Friction and Reclaim Your City and now his long-player Controlled Impulses comes to set an even higher benchmark. It is an absorbing showcase of his widescreen style from early dubby cuts with thinking synth craft to the more heads-down and gritty tackle you want to hear at 4am in a dark warehouse. Standouts included 'Processor Six' which is a pending drum workout with icy hi hats making for a classic sound. There is Mills-style minimalism on 'Kontrol Freak' and hi-tech soul on 'Stages of Change.'
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 in stock $25.95
Kortvag
Kortvag (12")
Cat: KEY 030. Rel: 16 Mar 23
 
Techno
Ocular Optics (5:29)
Global Agreement (5:48)
Nodes 2926 (5:47)
Backup Quest (5:49)
Review: It's no mean feat to clock up 30 releases but that's what the reliable German label Key Vinyl does here. The honour of being the name on the wax this time round is given to Translate and Pulse who pair up for four funky and stylish techno tracks. The first 'Ocular Optics' is full of bounce and modulated synth ripples while 'Global Agreement' cuts loose on more manic melodic patterns that call to mind early Jeff Mills. The lashing synths and cantering drums of 'Nodes 2926' make for a fine peak time ride and then 'Backup Quest' layers eerie and haunting organ chords with edgy melodies and thumping kicks.
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