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Arrival
Arrival (LP)
Cat: MTR 127LP. Rel: 16 Sep 22
 
Breakbeat
Fall Beyond The Sun (3:46)
It's Just Your Style (feat Jonnine) (3:44)
Arrival (Fast Forward Into Love) (4:01)
Lights Out (feat Adam Olenius) (3:17)
Nod (feat Gavsborg) (3:09)
Hold Back Love (3:34)
Soulhack (feat Silvana Imam) (3:28)
One Million Seconds (4:47)
We Will Never Change (6:19)
3AM (feat Casey MQ) (3:24)
Power Ambient Piano Ballad (4:11)
 in stock $17.39
I Gave My Legs To A Snake
Cat: MTR 131EP. Rel: 04 Jan 24
 
Indie/Alternative
Fade Out (2:32)
Walk Like (2:56)
Flawed (2:25)
Vacation (0:55)
Loner 3 (2:06)
Fences (2:23)
 in stock $14.01
Hold On To Deer Life There's A Blcak Boy Behind You
Cat: MTR 128LPB. Rel: 07 Dec 23
 
Hip Hop/R&B
Sorry You're Not What We're Looking For (4:11)
Day One (3:06)
Banguk (2:45)
Mitte (2:38)
If It's Flying, Fly! (2:13)
Go With Gut (1:04)
High Spede (3:52)
These Dishes Ain't Gonna Do Themselves (2:52)
Imasaggi (2:54)
Deep Red (2:07)
 in stock $21.79
III
III (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MTR 064LP. Rel: 30 Mar 16
 
Balearic/Downtempo
Eating Hooks (2:00)
Running (2:00)
Finder (2:00)
Ghostmother (2:00)
Reminder (2:00)
The Fool (2:00)
Intruder (2:00)
Animal Trails (2:00)
Ethereal (2:00)
Review: Gatefold 2LP ediiton: While their 50 Weapons imprint may be winding up, Modeselektor's Monkeytown imprint is still in full swing, releasing all sorts of interesting electronic music lately from producers as diverse as Robot Koch, Omar Souleyman and Howling. This time label head honchos Bronsert and Szary team up with good mate Sascha Ring aka Apparat for another session as well.. Moderat, of course! Highlights include the bittersweet and bass heavy pop inflections of "Bad Kingdom" featuring Ring's powerful vocals, the epically future beats of "Let In The Light" or "Ilona" and the upbeat dusty deep house of "Milk". Superb production on display throughout the album and don't forget to check out the killer remixes by Skee Mask and Benjamin Damage (amongst others) available soon as well.
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 in stock $15.11
II
II (limited gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: MTR 036LP. Rel: 01 Aug 13
 
Balearic/Downtempo
The Mark (interlude)
Bad Kingdom
Versions
Let In The Light
Milk
Therapy
Gita
Clouded (interlude)
Ilona
Damage Done
This Time
Review: Given the hype that surrounded the release of the first Moderat set back in 2009, we can surely expect more of the same for this second outing from Apparat and Modeselektor. Those familiar with the first album's woozy blend of IDM, Thom Yorke indebted vocal dreaminess, porchlight techno and post-dubstep rhythms will immediately feel right at home. Online reviews have focused largely on II's atmospheric warmth, and the way in which the Berlin-based trio seems to have refined their sound. Both are valid critiques; certainly, there's a maturity and musical complexity to the album that betters much of their previous works. It's not much of a dancefloor set, but that's entirely the point; this is locked-in headphone listening for the wide-eyed generation.
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 in stock $19.72
III
III (LP)
Cat: MTR 063LP. Rel: 30 Mar 16
 
Balearic/Downtempo
Eating Hooks (2:00)
Running (2:00)
Finder (2:00)
Ghostmother (2:00)
Reminder (2:00)
The Fool (2:00)
Intruder (2:00)
Ethereal (2:00)
Review: Single LP Editrion: While their 50 Weapons imprint may be winding up, Modeselektor's Monkeytown imprint is still in full swing, releasing all sorts of interesting electronic music lately from producers as diverse as Robot Koch, Omar Souleyman and Howling. This time label head honchos Bronsert and Szary team up with good mate Sascha Ring aka Apparat for another session as well.. Moderat, of course! Highlights include the bittersweet and bass heavy pop inflections of "Bad Kingdom" featuring Ring's powerful vocals, the epically future beats of "Let In The Light" or "Ilona" and the upbeat dusty deep house of "Milk". Superb production on display throughout the album and don't forget to check out the killer remixes by Skee Mask and Benjamin Damage (amongst others) available soon as well.
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 in stock $15.31
II
II (LP)
Cat: MTR 035LP. Rel: 01 Aug 13
 
Balearic/Downtempo
The Mark (interlude)
Bad Kingdom
Versions
Let In The Light
Gita
Clouded (interlude)
Damage Done
This Time
Review: Given the hype that surrounded the release of the first Moderat set back in 2009, we can surely expect more of the same for this second outing from Apparat and Modeselektor. Those familiar with the first album's woozy blend of IDM, Thom Yorke indebted vocal dreaminess, porchlight techno and post-dubstep rhythms will immediately feel right at home. Online reviews have focused largely on II's atmospheric warmth, and the way in which the Berlin-based trio seems to have refined their sound. Both are valid critiques; certainly, there's a maturity and musical complexity to the album that betters much of their previous works. It's not much of a dancefloor set, but that's entirely the point; this is locked-in headphone listening for the wide-eyed generation.
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Played by: Toki Fuko
 in stock $13.49
MORE D4TA
Cat: MTR 122LP. Rel: 13 May 22
 
Experimental/Electronic
Fast Land (5:07)
Easy Prey (4:24)
Drum Glow (4:43)
Neon Rats (7:32)
Soft Edit (1:29)
Numb Bell (5:18)
Undo Redo (4:40)
Doom Hype (4:05)
More Love (4:37)
Copy Copy (4:24)
 in stock $15.05
More D4ta (Deluxe Edition)
More D4ta (Deluxe Edition) (180 gram vinyl LP + poster in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: MTR 122DLX. Rel: 13 May 22
 
Experimental/Electronic
Fast Land (5:06)
Easy Prey (4:25)
Drum Glow (4:44)
Neon Rats (7:33)
Soft Edit (1:28)
Numb Bell (5:18)
Undo Redo (4:37)
Doom Hype (4:07)
More Love (4:37)
Copy Copy (4:24)
Review: Moderat performed what they knew would be one of their last concerts in 2017 - at least, for a while, anyway. Having been in need for a hiatus, COVID restrictions kicked in and the pressure to juggle performing and music-making was off. Thus came 'MORE D4TA', an album that strove after connection and collaboration in an era where the potential for such was stunted. Now finally finished and polished, the album comes for all to enjoy, demonstrating some of the duo's most focused and pop-structured production and modular chops.

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 in stock $19.72
Monkeytown
Monkeytown (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: MTR 015LP. Rel: 30 Sep 11
 
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
Blue Clouds
Pretentious Friends (feat Busdriver - Call by Pillowtalk)
Shipwreck (with Thom Yorke)
Evil Twin (vocals by Otto Von Schirach)
German Clap
Berlin (feat Miss Platnum)
Grillwalker
Green Light Go (with PVT - additional synth by Siriusmo)
Humanized (feat Anti Pop Consortium)
This (with Thom Yorke)
War Cry (guitar by Sascha Ring of Apparat)
Review: Over the years, Modeselektor have forged a reputation as fearless innovators, neatly sidestepping genres and frequently confounding critics. Given their tireless touring schedule and the fact they run two prolific labels it's perhaps no surprise that it's been some four years since the last full-length Modeselektor album. Monkeytown flits effortlessly between skittish 140 BPM bass music, clandestine electronica, sludgy hip-hop and even warehouse-flavoured tropical rhythms (see "German Clap"). There are some real standouts, including a dreamy, slo-mo pop outing with PVT, two collaborations with Thom Yorke and a droning Anti-Pop Consortium hook-up. Must-check.


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 in stock $20.75
EXTLP
EXTLP (2xLP)
Cat: MTR 119LP. Rel: 11 Feb 22
 
Techno
Tacken (EXTLP version) (4:23)
Hyendo Dancehall (EXTLP version) (2:55)
Social Distancing (feat FLOHIO) (3:53)
Keller (EXTLP version) (3:20)
Bangface (EXTLP version) (2:47)
Dating Is In China (feat Catnapp - Speed Dating version) (2:59)
OHM (EXTLP version) (3:29)
Puls (EXTLP version) (3:43)
Komm (feat Blixa Bargeld - long version) (5:34)
Movement (feat Paul St Hilaire - EXTLP version) (3:31)
Kupfer (EXTLP version) (5:08)
Cthulhu Drums (EXTLP version) (3:20)
Sekt Um 12 (EXTLP version) (2:40)
Klangkrieg (EXTLP version) (4:23)
Bilbao (EXTLP version) (3:52)
 in stock $12.98
Modeselektor Presents Modeselektion Vol 03
MODESELEKTOR / VARIOUS
Cat: MONKEYTOWN 045LP. Rel: 07 Jun 14
 
Bass
Fennesz - "TOM"
Nosaj Thing - "Dy"
Solar Year - "Way"
To Rococo Rot - "Miles An Hour"
Cid Rim - "Pastis"
Akkord - "Gradient"
Robot Koch - "Sun"
Howling - "Signs"
Born In Flamez - "Time Hurtz"
 in stock $14.80
They Are Textural
They Are Textural (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: MTR 132EP. Rel: 29 Feb 24
 
Bass
ONA (4:19)
Not Your Steps (4:19)
Tranqui Call (4:19)
Get Lost (4:02)
Crawl (3:30)
Review: Stark, uncompromised body music from one of the most interesting unapologetic duos to emerge in recent times - Sha Ru make their debut on Monkeytown with this outstanding five tracker. Visceral, political but, most importantly, fully physical; 'They Are Textural' flexes deep shades of electro, breaks and even d&b in provocative brew. An exploration of queer identity that sits somewhere between Madonna, Modeselektor and Massive Attack but through a brutalist, industrial lens; Sha Ru have a powerful and intoxicating vibe that's genuinely one of a kind. Essential.
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 in stock $11.41
Bahdeni Nami
Bahdeni Nami (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: MTR 056LP. Rel: 20 Jul 15
 
International
Mawal Menzal (2:33)
Bahdeni Nami (7:54)
Tawwalt El Gheba (7:41)
Leil El Bareh (8:59)
Darb El Hawa (8:52)
Enssa El Aatab (9:38)
Bahdeni Nami (5:40)
Review: Depending on how you look at it, this is either Omar's seventh album (officially)... Or his five-hundred and seventh (including the wedding recordings he's made which have since been bootlegged and sold across Syria and beyond). Constantly fusing cultures, his open-armed approach to both community and songwriting reaches a new peak with tracks such as the stomping tech-twists and loopy designs of "Tawwalt El Gheba" and the frenetic, sweaty melting pot "Leil El Bareh". As disparate as the elements seem on paper, Omar's vocals and his band (many of whom he's written and performed with since the early '90s) create a consistency that ties everything together with powerful musicianship that transcends all national, culture and genre boundaries.
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 in stock $25.95
EP 3
EP 3 (12")
Cat: MTR 130EP. Rel: 26 Oct 23
 
Techno
Work My Body (4:11)
Ah Oui Ah Oui (4:03)
Epiphanie (feat Le Diouck) (3:44)
Bright Clash
What Is This?
6AM
Review: Sylvere completes his three part EP series from Monkeytown here with the final instalment and it might just be the case that he has saved the best until last. As is always the way, the Parisian producer known for championing marginalized sounds and communities mixes up heavyweight bass, dextrous melodies and snaking grooves. As vital as his music is, his radical arts collective La Creole is just as important as it provides safe space and floors and believes in "partying as a form of campaigning". And if any of these tunes are heard in such spaces, too can be sure of utter destruction.
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 in stock $13.24
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