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Time To Loose EP
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Time To Loose EP (black splatter transparent vinyl 12")
MIL
Cat: M 1001. Rel: 17 Mar 14
Deep House
  1. Pipe Dreams
  2. Totality
  3. The Struggle
  4. Time To Loose
Review: The Manchester-based label, Music Is Love, has made some serious headway in their debut year with a flurry of impressive releases from a pool of highly talented up-and-coming artists. Moving into 2014 and the MIL crew continue to unearth fresh talent with the creation a new sister label, a label devised on bringing together a broad range of musical aspects and inspired by a desire to nurture a sound with more sonic craft. For their inaugural first release they welcome Colman Buckley for his first full EP. With 4 tracks of uniquely differing styles, the EP is branded by percussive rhythms and slick grooves, with acid-fused textures and deep house melodies piecing together a strong collection of tracks.
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Gone Fishin EP
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Gone Fishin EP (transparent with multicolour spatter vinyl 12")
MIL
Cat: M 1011. Rel: 12 May 14
Deep House
  1. Gone Fishin
  2. Acropolis
  3. Red808
  4. Blackstar
Review: For those who caught Furness' Four 4 The Floor EP, and are familiar with his work, this release is further evidence of how much of a fledgling purveyor of deep grooves and heavy-hitting rhythms Furness is. Title track Gone Fishing utilises string keys as the foundation of the track and marries the emotive, elongated synths with a dubby bassline and quick hitting snares. Acropolis is tougher, centering distorted pads against intermittent piano chords, muffled vocal grabs and a deep, cosmic bassline. Red808 is a no-nonsense roller, with its slick snare and hi-hat/hand-clap tandem working superbly against the climbing synths. Blackstar adopts a similar framework to Acropolis, wrapping up the EP in style with its similarly lo-fi, distorted percussion charged against rapturous chords taking the track into further sonic terrain.
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Muscle House EP
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Muscle House EP (140 gram red & yellow splatter with transparent clear vinyl 12")
MIL
Cat: M 3003. Rel: 12 Oct 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Drone (5:16)
  2. The Colonel (4:52)
  3. Muscle House (6:21)
  4. um9 (5:52)
Review: Number 7 in Music is Love's sister label MIL arrives and throws the spotlight on rising Irish producer Chris Hanna, last seen impressing for Ejeca's Exploris label. Opening proceedings on Muscle House is "Drone", a rough and distorted track that is narrated by the constant synth buzzing above the heavy groove laid down by Hanna. Complementing this, "The Colonel" maintains a peak time mood with some furiously paced drums cannoning around the mix atop a heavily sequenced bassline. Title track "Muscle House" opens the B-side, offering Hanna the chance to show off his prowess at acid lines, whilst closer "UM9" veers off into epic, emotive territory without losing any of the rugged, rhythmic physicality shown throughout the 12".

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Warning EP
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Warning EP (Yellow & Black Splattered 140 gram vinyl 12")
MIL
Cat: M 2222. Rel: 21 Sep 15
Techno
  1. Ertek (6:36)
  2. Warning (5:38)
  3. Collapse (12:15)
  4. Dermax (5:57)
Review: The ethos of M.I.L has always been to play the role of adventurer, to push forward the sounds that veer away from the main label Music is Love and M2222 pushes the envelope to the furthest boundary so far.
Kastil steps up for the 5th release on the vinyl only label with a divine techno ep. Etrek kicks off the proceedings with a kick drum solid enough to shake the bones of anyone in 100 meters of it. With its eerie analogue blips and noises the atmosphere this track emits is so intriguing you yearn for all its beautifully produced twists and turns. The main riff played against the surging drum section will make this track a timeless tool for techno & house djs alike.
Warning follows up with a warmer palette but still with plenty of drive and urgency, the delightfully playful lead wanders rounds your ears and conscious as the drum machines bang the groove, a perfect track to induce those euphoric moments in your dj sets.
Collapse is an all out weapon of mass destruction, with its un forgiving lead synth slowly but surely gaining more aggression and destruction as the drums build perfectly around the intensity, until it drops and your left immersed in this brute of a groove. It's the eb and flow of this track using tension and release that really bring this monster to life.
Dermax closes the ep and in fine style, once again flipping the techno stance of the ep into a deep druggy affair. The movement of the elements dancing around your head as you get lost in the dubby undertone of this track sit so perfectly in the sonic range, the depth and character of this track makes this a perfect track to end such a inventful and cleverly producer 4 tracker, this ep has every right to put WARNING on the label.
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Tomahawk
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Tomahawk (12")
MIL
Cat: M 2022. Rel: 15 Jun 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Size 7
  2. Monolame
  3. Hardhead
  4. Where Are They Now
Review: After releases on Saints & Sonnets and Stay Underground, It Pays, Berlin artist Quell aligns with the MIL label for the four track Tomahawk which further cements his reputation for no-nonsense, stripped back house and techno music. "Size 7" sets the tone, a dark, underground roller with a trilling bassline and acidy bleeps that sits nicely alongside the shimmering chords and deep dubby vibes of "Monolame". On the B-side, Harhead leads with fluid percussive rhythms and sequential kick drums to give an immediate groove-intrinsic melody. The energetic, groove-led tone continues into the last track, "Where Are They Now", a Dark, techno-fused stripped back rhythm track with an acid tinged-feel.
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