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Cat: LIES 067. Rel: 26 Oct 15
Techno
  1. Virtuality Continuum (5:12)
  2. Arrival Into Uncharted Territory (5:48)
  3. Neutralize & Eliminate (4:58)
  4. Phenomenalist (6:46)
  5. Conjectured State (4:53)
  6. Nearing Obliteration (4:33)
  7. Bound & Broken (feat Janina) (6:36)
  8. My Theme Song (5:55)
  9. Anxious Solitude (5:18)
  10. Mystical Ascent (6:02)
  11. MGM_41-85 (3:42)
Review: For their latest foray into the world of the ghostly, intense and unusual, L.I.E.S has turned to fellow New Yorker Adam Mitchell, a man whose career as a techno producer stretches back to the 1990s. Here, though, he's appearing under his lesser-known Admx-71 alias, a pseudonym used for his more experimental endeavours. Sitting somewhere between unsettling ambience, horror-influenced IDM, analogue electro, industrial and out-there experimentation, the album's 11 tracks bristle with bright ideas. While there are undeniably dark and hard-to-handle moments, Mitchell's default setting is more quietly melodious, resulting in a set that impresses with its' alien melodies, spacey electronics and fuzzy, distortion-soaked rhythms.
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 in stock $25.52
Cat: LIES 067CD. Rel: 30 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Virtuality Continuum'
  2. Arrival Into Uncharted Territory
  3. Neutralize & Eliminate
  4. Phenomenalist
  5. Conjectured State
  6. Nearing Obliteration
  7. Bound & Broken (feat Janina)
  8. My Theme Song
  9. Anxious Solitude
  10. Mystical Ascent
  11. MGM_41-85
Review: For their latest foray into the world of the ghostly, intense and unusual, L.I.E.S has turned to fellow New Yorker Adam Mitchell, a man whose career as a techno producer stretches back to the 1990s. Here, though, he's appearing under his lesser-known Admx-71 alias, a pseudonym used for his more experimental endeavours. Sitting somewhere between unsettling ambience, horror-influenced IDM, analogue electro, industrial and out-there experimentation, the album's 11 tracks bristle with bright ideas. While there are undeniably dark and hard-to-handle moments, Mitchell's default setting is more quietly melodious, resulting in a set that impresses with its' alien melodies, spacey electronics and fuzzy, distortion-soaked rhythms.
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Played by: ANFS
 in stock $14.42
Cat: LIES 097. Rel: 10 Jul 17
Techno
  1. Nuclear Hysterics (6:28)
  2. Dire Situation (6:22)
  3. Neutron Absorber (7:04)
Review: Brooklyn-born Berliner Adam X returns to both LIES and his industrial and experimental ambient fusionist guise ADMX 71. A succinct three-track attack, Adam's first ADMX material since 2015's Coherent Abstractions continues the bleak and frank theme: "Nuclear Hysterics" counters distorted kickdrum chaos with fear and sudden shards of space, "Dire Situation" creates raw, physical suspense with its ricochet build up and ominous oscillations before the kick ignites our march into the fearful unknown while "Neutron Absorber" is the aftermath where Adam includes more space for thought, action and reaction. Immense, as always.
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Big Deal (12")
Cat: LIES 071. Rel: 19 Sep 16
Industrial/Noise
  1. Big Deal (6:33)
  2. Last Laugh (4:57)
Review: New York's Black Dice had to land on their native LIES imprint at some point. It was only a matter of time before label head Ron Morelli picked them up, and he's done so in fine style. The American Tapes, DFA, and Paw Tracks casuals are made up of Eric Copeland, Aaron Warren and Bjorn Copeland, and the trio like to get a little wacky over their coldwave grooves. "Big Deal" is a true post-punk reincarnation, a track that manages to pick out everything that was right about the early 80's by adding in elements of noise, rock, and a little techno. A monumental tune. "Last Laugh" is more dubwise in its approach, where a distorted guitar sways from side to side amid a fuzzy whirlpool of aqueous sonics and dusty percussion. A great release from LIES, and a fresh addition to their more usual house and techno onslaught.
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Cat: LIES 029. Rel: 17 Jun 13
Techno
  1. Solid Nature
  2. Broken Clocks
  3. Failing Liver
 in stock $8.60
Cat: LIES 087. Rel: 21 Nov 16
Industrial/Noise
  1. Off-Script (4:43)
  2. Citizen (3:19)
  3. Logis Debris (4:15)
  4. General Dimensions (4:19)
  5. Empathy Program (4:04)
  6. Nowhere (4:08)
  7. Cyclebreaker (4:26)
  8. Permanence (3:48)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $15.26
Eris (LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: LIES 102. Rel: 30 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Sanctuary (3:24)
  2. How To Build Cathedral (5:03)
  3. The Room Tonight (3:56)
  4. Bilocation Drift (4:42)
  5. Concrete Message (3:56)
  6. Invasion Threat (3:45)
  7. I'll Take That One (4:08)
  8. Eleventh Night (4:54)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $16.64
S English (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: LIES 101. Rel: 09 Oct 17
Techno
  1. 1111 (4:33)
  2. Land Lock (5:42)
  3. Drip (3:56)
  4. Icon (4:34)
  5. Over The Railing (4:44)
 in stock $13.04
Chance Life (2xLP)
Cat: LIES 060. Rel: 13 Jul 15
Techno
  1. Temple Blockers (2:49)
  2. Chance Life Moon Dance (10:42)
  3. Billows Is Shapes (6:10)
  4. Finity Disguise (1:09)
  5. Clear Collar (7:06)
  6. Abendlander (5:22)
  7. Narrow Cross (2:19)
  8. Galcit 210 (5:46)
  9. Unarmed (A Hole In Cold Sand) (4:33)
  10. Any Object Of Desire (6:03)
  11. Lovegiver CB (7:26)
Review: Unicursal Hexagram, the debut album from Brooklyn-based experimentalist Jahiliyya Fields remains a highlight of the L.I.E.S. discography some three years after its release. The left-of-centre synthesizer soundscapes, droning textures and experimental explorations were astounding at the time, and it's an album you can revisit now and still uncover new depths. On Chance Life, his second album for L.I.E.S., Jahiliyya Fields changes tack a little with the 11 tracks a tad closer to the dancefloor. While there are still out-there moments (including a bizarre spoken word cut), for the most part the album pairs his throbbing synthesizers and crusty electronics with dense techno grooves, psychedelic tribal rhythms and humid box jams.
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LIES 99 (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: LIES 99. Rel: 04 Dec 17
Techno
  1. Contact (9:00)
  2. TY (1:47)
  3. Random Chaos (5:54)
  4. Z (5:18)
Review: Following up a great release on Russian imprint Private Persons, Florian Kupfer returns to L.I.E.S. - a label that he has fast become a staple of in recent years. Beginning with the sublime opener "Conact" featuring the man from Wiesbaden's signature tape saturated rhythms balanced out by those evocative piano sounds. On the flip, there's the EP's standout moment in the form of "Random Chaos" which is a slow burning techno jam by way of EBM with its gnarly arpeggio business and metallic jack. Finally, the rhythmic DJ tool "Z" features some powerful tom drum action that reaches near Japanese Taiko moments. Unless you were sleeping under a rock back in 2015, you most likely heard the buzz around Kupfer's S.A.D. Edits which featured some well executed resplices of certain classics by British songstress Sade. From there, his original productions appeared on a who's who of it labels such as W.T. Records, Technicolour and Russian Torrent Versions.
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Iran (12")
Cat: LIES 069. Rel: 04 Apr 16
Ambient/Drone
  1. NR 1/NR 2/NR 3/NR 4 (12:21)
  2. NR 5/NR 6/NR 7/NR 8 (13:19)
Review: The L.I.E.S. release schedule looks particularly strong this spring, with slated albums from Inhalants and Gunnar Haslam amongst the highlights. There's also the small matter of this sublime set from returning heroes KWC 92, aka Born Free's Samo DJ and Top Nice man Max Stenerudh, whose debut full-length on Ron Morelli's back in 2013 remains a highlight of the L.I.E.S. discography. This eponymous set is as atmospheric and enlightening as they come, contrasting moments of cut glass ambience, dreamy electronica and Vangelis-like soundtrack fare, with occasionally grittier cuts to puncture the head-in-the-clouds mood. It's a brilliant blend that repeatedly delivers tracks of great quality, with highlights including the heart-aching, Eastern-goes-alien wonder of "NR6", and the widescreen, deep space bliss of "NR8".
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LIES 0295 (12")
Cat: LIES 0295. Rel: 16 May 16
Techno
  1. Track 1 (7:28)
  2. Track 2 (3:00)
  3. Track 3 (1:14)
  4. Track 4 (8:06)
  5. Track 5 (4:59)
  6. Track 6 (7:00)
  7. Track 7 (7:00)
 in stock $13.04
Dread Nox (12")
Cat: LIES 085. Rel: 05 Sep 16
Techno
  1. Dread Nox (6:22)
  2. Portals (7:59)
  3. Tea & Oranges (6:11)
Review: Having impressed with last year's Let That Shit Breathe E.P, Billy Werner once again dons the M/R guise for another forthright and intoxicating outing on L.I.E.S. There's been plenty of chatter about this E.P's lead cut, "Dread Nox", and it's not hard to see why. Built around dusty, pitched-down jungle breaks, disconnected vocal samples, metallic electronics and curious ambient textures, it's a little reminiscent of some of Future Sound of London's more claustrophobic efforts. "Portals" sees Werner successfully fuse bouncy, broken techno rhythms - built around restless drum machine handclaps and rubbery kick drums - with a whisper of acid and some seriously creepy textures, while "Tea & Origins" sounds like a stripped-back Autechre roller.
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 in stock $10.55
Esplendor (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: LIES 095. Rel: 14 Aug 17
Techno
  1. Esplendor (4:24)
  2. 1725 Theban (6:29)
  3. The Self Of Matter (6:13)
  4. Grow (4:35)
 in stock $13.04
TV Live (12")
Cat: LIES 104. Rel: 27 Nov 17
Techno
  1. Invisible Eyes (4:09)
  2. Closed Circuit (7:00)
  3. Kiss The Blade (5:51)
  4. (Intro) (1:56)
  5. Nightwalker (7:01)
  6. Sideway Glances (6:14)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $16.37
Cat: LIESXMAS 04 . Rel: 02 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Swere (15:28)
  2. Punto Y Linea (7:03)
  3. Saab Crash (5:21)
Played by: Kid Who
 in stock $8.87
FORTHCOMING
LIES 092CD
Cat: LIES 092CD. Rel: 08 Jan 18
Techno
  1. Track 1 (5:08)
  2. Digital Properties (3:56)
  3. Esther (5:10)
  4. King Of Hosts (4:52)
  5. Track 5
  6. Nature Is Not Created In The Image Of Man's Compassion (3:58)
  7. Post-Soviet Models (4:38)
  8. Torque Pulsations (4:49)
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Cat: LIES 077. Rel: 11 Jul 16
Techno
  1. Fully Automated (7:11)
  2. 16 Psyche (Life In Debtor's Prison) (7:42)
  3. One Face (7:06)
Review: Shawn O'Sullivan has been a part of the extended L.I.E.S family for some time, and has already delivered two fine EPs for Ron Morelli's label under the Vapauteen guise. Even so, this is his first outing under the alias for three years. Opener "Fully Automated" is as robust and hard-wired as you'd expect, with panicked stabs and aggressive acid lines riding bowel-bothering kick-drums and muscular cymbal patterns. "16 Psyche (Life In Debtor's Prison)" is similarly intense, if a little more metallic and industrial in tone, while "One Face" sounds like industrial-strength acid techno that's been recorded in an oversized cement mixer. If Surgeon made records for L.I.E.S, they'd probably sound like this.
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Played by: 3.14, Mischa Lively
 in stock $13.31
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