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Magnify EP
Cat: MOTE 062. Rel: 02 Dec 21
  1. Magnify (5:32)
  2. Concentrate (5:47)
  3. Amplify (5:49)
  4. Collide (5:44)
Played by: Dustin Zahn
 in stock $10.81
Parallel Series 7
Cat: MOTE 061. Rel: 22 Oct 21
  1. LaFontaine - "3015" (5:38)
  2. LaFontaine - "Kokkur" (5:22)
  3. ORBE - "9DVR" (7:23)
  4. ORBE - "Trimax" (6:49)
 in stock $10.81
Fluids Amniotic (remastered)
Cat: MOTELP 06. Rel: 25 Nov 20
  1. Bellows (6:47)
  2. Soup (3:37)
  3. It Makes It (5:12)
  4. Crimes & Misdemeanours (5:35)
  5. Leaf (5:08)
  6. Marbles (5:02)
  7. Let It Go (6:11)
  8. Wonder (3:54)
Review: At some point this year, Luke Slater was digging in his archives and he unearthed the original DAT and reel-to-reel tapes of this benchmark long player. It was one of only a few that came under his sporadic Morganistic alias but really sits up there with the best albums of its era. It's linear, straight ahead techno from an interplanetary space that is alive with scurrying sonic motifs and alien life forms, streaming synth lines that leave neon trails in their wake and, on tracks like 'Crimes & Misdemeanours', it has a real trance inducing intensity. The original material has been remastered by the revered Matt Colton at Metropolis which lends it extra heft.
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Played by: Tripeo, James Ornate
 in stock $22.15
Straight Shooting
Straight Shooting (clear vinyl double 12")
Cat: MOTE 055. Rel: 29 Jul 21
  1. Beam Riders (6:49)
  2. Born Anchors (6:11)
  3. Humans Use Concrete (5:31)
  4. Engage Now (7:18)
  5. Bear Bones (5:20)
  6. Give It Up (5:21)
Review: After a period of reissues, retrospectives and reflection, Luke Slater is once again ready to take on all comers with his full-throttle techno project Planetary Assault Systems. As the title suggests, "Straight Shooting" is not for the faint hearted, though fans of the producer's work under the long-held alias will absolutely love it. As with previous reelases, Slater pairs the far-sighted, sci-fi inspired futurism of Detroit with the bombastic, all-action loop techno flex of fellow British veterans Surgeon and Regis. Highlights include the alien techno slam of "Beam Riders", the relentless percussive pressure of "Humans Use Concrete", the dystopian darkness of "Engage Now" and the sweaty, glassy-eyed warehouse flex of EP standout "Give It Up".
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 in stock $23.54
Numbers EP
Cat: MOTE 059. Rel: 01 Jun 21
  1. Ghost 37 (7:07)
  2. Lost Track 22 (4:53)
  3. Rey Fur 2 1 (7:18)
  4. TR-15 (5:41)
Review: Astonishingly, 27 years have now passed since Steve Rachmad released his first record as Sterac, Sitting on a Cloud. Yet nearly three decades after he first stepped foot in a studio, Rachmad is as prolific as ever, delivering regular collections of club-ready cuts in his trademark tough-but-far-sighted style. There's much to admire on his latest four-track offering, from the buzzing, occasionally jacking peak-time strut of opener 'Ghost 37' and similarly mind-mangling 'Rey Fur 2.1' - all gnarled, twisted electronic riffs and stomping, handclap-heavy machine drums - to the more bleep-heavy hypnotism of closing cut 'TR-15', which is easily the deepest and most melodically developed of the quartet.
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 in stock $9.69
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