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Drift (12")
Cat: KW 18. Rel: 18 Apr 16
  1. Drift (7:11)
  2. Magnetic (5:55)
  3. Mirage (5:25)
Review: Ben Klock's Klockworks label isn't about releasing EP after EP, or necessarily dropping the biggest name out there at a particular moment in time. Instead, the Berlin Osgut Ton and Berghain veteran eats and chooses exactly the right sort of artist and music for his label, finding the right blend to fit into the sound that makes the imprint what it is. Jay Clarke doesn't have a huge amount of prior experience, but "Drift" is a Klock tune all over, where a steady 4/4 beat is tightly interlocked into a hypnotic and sleek groove of ever-evolving melodies. The same goes for "Magnetic", a thinner track that relies on its jarring sonics to drive the tune forwards, and the twisted cyclone of bleeps and percussion that is "Mirage".
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Klockworks 20.3 (double 12")
Cat: KLOCKWORKS 20.3. Rel: 09 Oct 17
  1. Jay Clarke - "Perdita" (4:47)
  2. Ritzi Lee - "Substract" (5:02)
  3. Reus - "Acid Modo" (5:19)
  4. High Position - "Cops" (4:06)
  5. Yoikol - "Dense" (5:03)
  6. Adam Craft - "Pacelane" (3:37)
  7. Vincent - "How I Feel" (6:59)
Review: Well, this is an absolute Klockworks takeover this week, and its clear that Mr.Klock himself is making a bit of a statement! This is the third episode of the new Klockworks compilation series, each one of these releases bound together by a similar artwork and, of course, a mutual love for sleek, direct techno for the mind. Newbies Jay Clarke and Ritzi Lee ride on the A-side of this double-pack, both offering a dusty procession of calculating techno, while the B-side is dominated by Reus' tenebrous "Acid Mono" and High Position's hard-hitting, dub-leaning "Cops". The second disc kicks off with Yokol's dreamy patterns through "Dense", followed by the dark and bass-heavy groove of Adam Craft. Vincent's "How I Feel" closes off the compilation with a comparatively more soulful piece via "How I Feel", a melody-rich house-techno hybrid for the masses.
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Played by: Ben Sims
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Cat: KLOCKWORKS 006/61808. Rel: 11 Oct 10
  1. Under Pressure
  2. Voyage One
  3. You
Review: Ben Klock revives his own Klockworks imprint with some pounding excursions into the genre we call techno. The fleeting organ melody of "Under Pressure" rests above a taught, tense drum loop, while "Voyage One" begins with the kind of thumping beat that characterises a Ben Klock DJ set, with a frenzied key structure giving the track a sense of unease and nervous anticipation, almost like Jeff Mills' Something In The Sky series with a Berghain beat. ""You" rounds off the 12" in a minimal, atmospheric undertone. Limited supply, get in quick.

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Cat: KLOCKWORKS 003. Rel: 07 Apr 08
  1. Steady Plus
  2. Red Handed
Played by: Lanoiraude
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Forged (12")
Cat: KLOCKWORKS 009/67202. Rel: 10 Dec 12
  1. Forged
  2. Uptight
  3. Doldrums
Review: ** Repress ** Thriving in his emergent Trevino moniker, Marcus Intalex makes a prominent step further up the chain with an appearance on Ben Klock's label Klockworks, further cementing his authority as a producer of techno means. "Forged" has no doubt had plenty of test runs at Berghain with its stalking, growling bassline and ever-pressing forward momentum, crafted out of immaculate elements to do all the right kinds of damage. "Uptight" is a more tripped-out affair, with minimal drums and an acidic pulse hovering just below the surface where you have to submerge your head to catch it. "Doldrums" meanwhile shimmers and shudders with a Reese-sized bassline and intricate percussive ripples to create a hulking beast of track.
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Algol (12")
Cat: KLOCKWORKS 021. Rel: 05 Mar 18
  1. Algol (6:17)
  2. Ariamis (5:49)
  3. Redshift (5:23)
  4. Ceres (6:47)
Review: Troy De Lugt is Klockworks material, through and through, so it's no wonder that Berlin's Ben Klock has snapped him up after only a handful of releases for the likes of Digital Reflection and Dynamic Reflection. "Algol", the title track, is a stone-cold Berghain killer, shooting out bleak twists of hypnotics, while "Ariamis" heads further into the acid wormhole with its skeletal arrangement. "Redshift" offers some dub techno to satisfy the Berliner massive, with a little Axis-inspired mood, and "Ceres" falls into a deep, cavernous pit of grey-scaled sonics.
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Played by: Ben Sims, Billy Nasty
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