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Traditions 04 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: TRAD 04. Rel: 25 Sep 17
Techno
  1. Bad Trip (6:06)
  2. Misterious Machine (5:54)
  3. God Speak To You (4:49)
  4. Breaking Your Brain (5:34)
out of stock $17.23
Cat: LIB 09. Rel: 11 Jul 18
Techno
  1. System Off (5:56)
  2. Say It Again (5:26)
  3. Dungeon Masters (5:59)
  4. Diggers? (5:30)
Review: More crazy acid flashbacks from Berlin's zany Libertine camp, courtesy of Madrid's Aaron Corpas aka Corp - his second release for the label since Traditions 04 back almost a year ago. In line with the label's modus operandi, the Spanish producer serves up some all analogue sounding jams that borrow from early UK bleep techno and Detroit first wave aesthetics: from the breakbeat driven rave energy of "System Off", the 313 electro funk of "Say It Again" and some seriously neon-lit retroversion on the crazy "Diggers?".
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Cat: LIB 11. Rel: 19 Feb 19
Techno
  1. Bad Trip (5:43)
  2. Tune In Space (5:49)
  3. Alpha 101 (6:27)
  4. Dark Space (6:48)
Review: Over the last year or two, Darren "Dawl" Woollard has proved to be one of British techno's most on-point revivalists. Here he pops up on Libertine with more mind-altering peak-time fare full of subtle references to records of old. There's something particularly wild and psychedelic about EP opener "Bad Trip", a throbbing chunk of mid-tempo techno rich in ghostly chords, glassy-eyed spoken word samples and layer upon layer of TB-303 acid lines. "Tune In Space" doffs a suitably oversized cap to "bleep and breaks" style early UK hardcore (think "LFO" chords, "Testone" bleeps, heavy sub bass and skittish drums), while "Alpha 101" sounds like the kind of record "Evil" Eddie Richards might have made around 1990. "Dark Space" meanwhile, is a killer electro cut laden in bleep-style melodies.
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Traditions 02 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: TRAD 02. Rel: 12 Sep 17
Electro
  1. Altered Groove (5:54)
  2. Coleco Vision (5:37)
  3. Cyborg Jumper (5:04)
  4. Whispers (5:12)
Review: Few represent the new garde of Berlin's scene better than the Libertine crew. Their long parties upon the city's River Spree are now legendary and their eponymous label reflects the sounds on their dancefloor: throwbacks to classic Detroit techno and electro. Quite fitting then that they tap the Motor City legend Di'jital: former live DJ for Aux 88 and responsible for some innovative sci-fi funk since the late '90s on Direct Beat, Twilight76 and of course his own Di'jital Access imprint. It's straight up 313 business from the beginning with the relentless boom, snap and bleep of "Altered Groove" while "Coleco Vision" is electro-bass just the way we like it: executed with pure precision. On the flip, "Cyborg Jumper" could well be one of his unreleased jams from wayback; saturated in a lo-fi sheen, gritty and raw. Finally "Whispers" goes for that retro first wave feel that'd make even Magic Juan proud!
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out of stock $17.23
Traditions 07 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: TRAD 07. Rel: 16 May 18
Electro
  1. Permanent Reminder (5:06)
  2. Hectic Lives (5:35)
  3. Artificial Emotion (4:33)
  4. Habitable Zone (3:13)
  5. Quantized Vector (2:32)
out of stock $16.96
Libertine 06 (2xLP)
Cat: LIB 06. Rel: 20 Jun 17
Techno
  1. The Cosmic Playground (6:08)
  2. Surviving The Transition (5:12)
  3. Metro Riding (7:30)
  4. Games Within Games (6:07)
  5. The Abyss (6:08)
  6. Breaking The Code (5:16)
  7. Data Ram (5:29)
  8. Space & Time (6:20)
Review: Italian expats Yoshi and Sbri run the Libertine imprint out of Berlin and the party of the same name, held down at the iconic Jannowitzbrucke district. Their label brings a renewed focus to often overlooked or even forgotten producers of the vintage techno realm, having previously shone the spotlight on legends such as Justin Morgan aka Ruseden, Ann Arbor's Andy Crosby aka Spesimen of (Infocalypse Records) and Miami electro-bass underdog Gosub. Their attention now focuses on one Scott Edward Hodgson, a London based producer highly active throughout the '90's on his on Beau Monde imprint, in addition to running Out Of Orbit: a sublabel of the legendary Roman imprint ACV, which was operated by the legendary Leo Anibaldi and Robert Armani. Expressive rhythm patterns, otherworldly synth textures plus certain suspense and a distinct aesthetic overall: which is absolutely timeless.
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Played by: Mark Forshaw
 in stock $10.59
Libertine Traditions 08 (hand-stamped 2xLP limited to 200 copies)
Cat: TRAD 08. Rel: 25 Jul 18
Techno
  1. 9 Volt Soul (7:18)
  2. Slow Stepper (6:58)
  3. Nylon Spacer (8:47)
  4. Mutama (5:10)
  5. 20/02/94 (8:14)
  6. The T Dub (5:38)
  7. Mantra (5:39)
  8. Acid Lemon Bits (9:07)
Review: Berlin retroverts Libertine are back with more jolly jams as part of their Traditions series, now with some unearthed tapes from Khan aka German producer Can Oral - founder of I'm Single /Super 8 and brother of Cem Oral from Air Liquide. He's released on a heap of seminal imprints since the early '90s, such as Mille Plateaux, Direct Drive, Playhouse and Cheap - so if you don't know about this guy: it's time you got familiar! Featured here are a bunch of zany acid flashbacks that perfectly freeze frame a very particular aesthetic in the Berlin based producer's storied past. Tracks like "Slow Stepper" or "20.02.94" are the zeitgeist of the capital's techno scene in the early '90s (and just as good as anything on Cabinet Records at the time), while "Mutama" goes for a more experimental edge with its snarling FM breaks. Finally "Acid Lemon Bits" gets all moody and tunnelling for those heads down moments on the dancefloor.
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Played by: Kid Who
 in stock $34.46
Traditions 05 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: TRAD 05. Rel: 20 Dec 17
Techno
  1. Pointless (6:07)
  2. Another One (7:04)
  3. Neu Rot (8:15)
  4. L'absence (5:18)
Review: The fifth volume in Libertine's ongoing Traditions series offers up a debut from Mathu, a producer who likes to keep a low profile. All four tracks tend towards the more spacey end of the techno spectrum, though there's still plenty of variety on show. Compare, for example, the dreamy riffs, sparkling electronics and cymbal-driven percussion of closer "L'absense" with the more driving and angular, sci-fi fuelled retro-futurist stomp of opener "Pointless". Elsewhere, "Another One" wraps deep space chords and curious vocal samples around a Derrick May-goes-deep house style backing track and "Neu Rot" fixes bleeping melody lines to a stomping, low-slung techno groove.
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Cat: TRAD 095. Rel: 28 Dec 18
Techno
  1. Herbalizer (6:52)
  2. The Mushroom Maze (6:09)
  3. Geomancing (7:04)
  4. Cyclone (6:19)
  5. In The Void (2:07)
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Libertine Traditions 09: Part 1 & 2 (hand-stamped double 12")
Cat: TRAD 09. Rel: 28 Dec 18
Techno
  1. Temple Of Drums (7:02)
  2. Fantastic Future (6:06)
  3. Abnormal (5:55)
  4. The Psychic (7:45)
  5. Star Gazer (7:12)
  6. Sunky's Smoke Emporium (7:05)
  7. Spark It Up (7:26)
  8. Bud Beast (6:49)
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Traditions 03 (hand-stamped 10")
Cat: TRAD 03. Rel: 12 Sep 17
Techno
  1. Bong Master (5:48)
  2. Grow Lab (8:06)
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Cat: LIB 07. Rel: 18 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Chorionic Architecture (6:52)
  2. Ghost Hacker (7:36)
  3. Sensorium (6:32)
  4. Hygenia (7:15)
Review: Berlin retroverts Libertine are back with their seventh edition and once again seem to have unearthed some slept on classics, this time in the form of Mr Suspicious aka Steve Law. Law is an undisputed legend of Melbourne's electronic music scene, mainly known for his trance/ techno exploits as Zen Paradox (on the local Psy-Harmonics imprint) in addition to seminal releases for the seminal Belgian imprint Nova Zembla. Mr Suspicious was only responsible for a couple of EPs between 1997 - 1998 and we can only guess that these tracks are from the same period. From the deep sonar transmissions of "Chorionic Architecture" or the steely slow-burning machine funk of "Ghost Hacker" on the A side. The flip features a couple of more straight ahead cuts: the bleepy rhythm focused DJ tool "Sensorium" and the tunnelling and euphoric stroboscopy of "Hygenia". Props to the lads at Libertine for giving more exposure to this underrated legend.
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Libertine Traditions 06 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: TRAD 06. Rel: 06 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Premonition (6:21)
  2. Pictograms (6:17)
  3. Eclipsis (7:17)
Review: Savvas Georgiadis' vast array of monikers and side projects are enough to warrant an article on their own, but the Greek producer knows very well that that his Neuro D alias is what punters in the trance game are wanting to hear more than anything else. The man has moved onto techno these days, but this latest EP still has plenty of remnants from the mid-90s trance wave... a particular sub-genre which was very popular around here at the time. Out through Libertine, "Premonition" is a neat hybrid of minimal techno, hard-ass house and something addictively progressive; on the flip, "Pictograms" is even more cyber-punk in its flex, and "Eclipsis" stutters its wayward bassline over fast, dusty percussion and a positively off-kilter beat.
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Played by: Reade Truth
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Cat: LIB 04. Rel: 22 Nov 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Onur Ozer - "Hcore" (6:57)
  2. Etienne - "Ruhso" (6:00)
  3. Yoshi & Saverio Celestri - "Revolt" (6:53)
Review: Libertine Records loves a good collaboration. All of the label's releases to date have either been multi-artist affairs, or contained tracks that bring together a numerous members of their production roster. They've opted to follow the same blueprint on Libertine 004. They begin with the weirdo-Italo/lo-fi EBM/dusty analogue techno thrust of Onur's "Hcore", before allowing Etienne the chance to combine speaker-shaking bass, bleep style electronics and hustling house rhythms on the impressive "Ruhso". Finally, regular collaborators Yoshi and Saverio Celestri join forces once more on "Revolt", a suitably rough-and-ready fusion of bustling drum machine hits, winding synth melodies and semi-discordant electronic noises.
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FORTHCOMING
Libertine Industries 01
Cat: LBIN 01.
Techno
  1. L-Harmony
  2. SL4EVER
  3. AC48
  4. Global Gate
  5. Spacid
  6. Circle Of Disimagination
  7. Brainways
  8. Undivided
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Cat: LIB 05. Rel: 12 Apr 17
Techno
  1. Spacetravel - "From The Sea" (5:49)
  2. Gosub - "The Black Sequence II" (6:24)
  3. Octogen - "Scionide" (4:42)
  4. Corp - "Cosmic Velocity" (4:49)
out of stock $12.46
Cat: LIB 02. Rel: 31 May 16
Techno
  1. Spesimen - "Catt Witch Dubb" (5:11)
  2. Rusuden - "Mammoth CV" (5:46)
  3. Rusuden - "Earthtron" (5:20)
  4. Spesimen - "Emergent CY" (5:24)
Review: Libertine is a new Berlin imprint and party of the same name is run by Yoshi and Sbri. They plunder the vaults and re-release some old gems from yesteryear for the label's second release first up is Andy Crosby aka Spesimen from Ann Arbor who ran Infocalypse Records back in the mid to late noughties with "Catt Witch Dubb (Libertine Late Nights)" which has that classic Detroit high tech soul vibe about it. On the flip he also gives up the dirty 4/4 electro of "Emergent CY" which is absolutely dope. Justin Morgan aka Rusuden is yet another underrated hero of the US underground and his contributions "Mammoth CV" and "Earthtron" are more exemplary productiions redolent of early '90s American techno, but could very well be new too!
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out of stock $12.46
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Libertine 10 (3xLP)
Cat: LIB 10. Rel: 09 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Spesimen - "Inquisitor's Folly" (7:24)
  2. Rez O - "Memoria" (6:44)
  3. Gosub - "Lemon City" (14:58)
  4. Louh - "Escape From Heaven" (7:01)
  5. Sbri - "Balanced Mind" (5:04)
  6. Corp - "Night Creatures" (5:41)
  7. Les Points - "Projektgeilst" (6:06)
  8. DJ DiF - "Out Of Step" (5:39)
  9. Spacetravel - "Ologramma" (5:24)
  10. Paul Birken - "T-Phase" (6:59)
  11. Phil Merrall - "The Planet Bong" (7:21)
 in stock $25.44
Libertine Traditions 10 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: TRAD 10. Rel: 25 Mar 19
Electro
  1. iSocket (7:41)
  2. iTeeth (5:55)
  3. iCandy (6:09)
  4. iWash (7:46)
Review: The tenth volume in Libertine's "Traditions" series comes from Luke Vibert, a producer who has consistently delivered brilliant music across a range of electronic styles for the best part of three decades. This time he's in full-on intergalactic electro mode, charging between the ghetto-tech influenced dancefloor assault of "iSocket", the pitched-down, hip-hop tempo shimmer of "iTeeth" - all crunchy machine drums, intergalactic chords and alien lead lines - and the bleeping eccentricity of rolling workout "iCandy". Arguably best of all, though, is closing cut "iWash", a deliciously tipsy and wayward mixture of undulating acid lines, off-kilter synth splashes and skittish electro beats that are far more weighty than they initially appear.
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out of stock $16.44
Cat: LIB 03. Rel: 26 Aug 16
Techno
  1. Some Instants (9:04)
  2. Bsteps (6:24)
  3. Blue Lights (5:38)
out of stock $11.93
Cat: LIB 08. Rel: 09 Feb 18
Techno
  1. Spiritual Lovem (7:00)
  2. Spice Cake (5:50)
  3. Simulation (6:19)
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Cat: LIB 01 . Rel: 08 Jan 16
Techno
  1. Yoshi & Saverio Celestri - "No Time For School" (7:22)
  2. Saverio Celestri - "Dangerous" (5:32)
  3. Yoshi - "Not An Ordinary Place" (6:37)
  4. SBRI - "The Other Side" (5:17)
Review: Although this is credited as being Libertine's first official release, the label has already put out one record, a sort of white label to introduce the crew and the sound. Yoshi, Saverio Celestri and SBRi all featured on number 00, and the boys are back to inaugurate the label properly four back-to-basics house/techno hybrids. Yoshi and Celestri team up for the opener "No Time For School", a lo-fi, head-strong house bomb with a masterfully swelling baseline, while Celeste goes solo on the murky and mystical cut that is "Dangerous". On the flipside, Yoshi is back with the grainy pseudo electro of "Not An Ordinary Place" - perhaps the EP's finest moment - and SBRi drops some squelching truth all over the techno of "The Other Side". All in all, a fine EP, and a warmly recommended new addition to the contemporary house game.
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