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Logic Solution
Cat: PERLON 121. Rel: 27 Mar 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Logic Solution (6:16)
  2. Platinum Booth (3:31)
  3. Magic Tribulation (5:05)
  4. Android (5:34)
Review: With a history that stretches back to the turn-of-the-90s, Ivan Iacobucci is one of the Italian scene's most storied producers. He's released on all manner of acclaimed imprints over the years - UMM, Calypso Records, Holic Trax and Nite Grooves included - and here makes his bow on another, Berlin staple Perlon. There's plenty of subtle variety across the EP, with Iacobucci leisurely strolling between funk-fuelled lo-fi tech-house (the spacey "Logic Solution"), high-tempo, Autechre-inspired IDM-funk ("Platinum Booth"), wonky, Villalobos-style early morning insanity (the bonkers but brilliant "Magic Tribulation") and analogue-rich, off-kilter tech-house ("Android").
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Like This Girl
Cat: PERLON 120. Rel: 30 Jan 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Like This Girl (9:04)
  2. Echo Of The Years (7:45)
Review: Under the International Anything alias, collaborators Markus Nikolai and Ole Schulte made their bow on Perlon in 2017, contributing a fine track to the label's "Superlongevity 6" compilation. Almost two years on they return to the storied imprint with their debut 12". Interestingly, it's not your average Perlon 12", featuring as it does two quirky, off kilter synth-pop jams. Both boast typically delay-laden machine drums, darting synths in the fashion of '80s electrofunk and skewed noises that bring it closer to the minimalism we'd normally expect from the imprint. Of the two, it's the female-fronted funkiness of A-side "Like This Girl" that most impresses, though the slightly deeper "Echo of the Years" is also ace.
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Apologize To The Future
Cat: PERLON 126LP. Rel: 09 Sep 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. A Thin Layer Of Oily Rock (4:30)
  2. Changing Climate (5:53)
  3. Apologize To The Future (4:07)
  4. Singularity (4:59)
  5. Overshoot (4:41)
  6. Exit Game (4:53)
 in stock $14.21
FORTHCOMING
Vulnerabilities
Cat: PERLON 130. Rel: 18 Feb 22
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Catharsis
  2. Asceding To Our Solitude
  3. Depressed Fun Seekers
  4. 2 Step King
  5. The Checker
  6. Wats It Mean 2 U
  7. Gimme (Timeless Worlds Of Space)
  8. Mind Diving
  9. Adriana's Anxieties
  10. Closer
  11. Jingle All The Way
Review: Thomas Melchior's take on minimalist house and techno - wonky and off-kilter, but surprisingly funky, far-sighted and pleasingly atmospheric - is amongst the most accessible and ear-catching around. It's a sound that works as well on albums as it does on singles and EPs, so it's somewhat surprising to discover that Vulnerabilities is his first full-length as Melchior Productions since 2007. It's been worth the wait though, with the veteran producer offering up tracks that combine brilliantly programmed, often off-kilter drums with smooth but druggy basslines, tactile chords, addictive melodic refrains and his usual subtle (and occasional not to subtle) nods towards deep house, dub techno, two-step garage, trippy ambient and the quirky, funk-fuelled eccentricity of Ricardo Villalobos productions.
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est. release 18 Feb 22 $38.66
FORTHCOMING
Closer
Closer (12")
Cat: PERLON 129.
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Closer (California Dreaming mix)
  2. Endless Skies
Review: He may be something of a wayward techno and minimal house legend - in the past he's put out music on Playhouse, Lick My Deck and Cadenza - but Thomas Melchior has been rather quiet over the last few years. In fact, this outing on Perlon is only the experienced producer's third release in five years. It is though rather good, with opener 'Closer (California Dreaming Mix)' offering a near perfect blend of sparse tech-house drums, floatation tank synth sounds, tipsy sub-bass pulses and whispered female vocals. Melchior's passion for minimal techno/deep house fusion continues on flipside 'Endless Skies', a more sub-heavy affair rich in ghostly chords, crispy machine drums, swelling pads, Joanna Law vocal samples and the gentlest of lead lines.
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Chicken Store
Cat: PERLON 38. Rel: 04 Oct 21
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Chicken Store (5:03)
  2. Chickappella (3:05)
  3. Stay On (AM edit) (5:08)
  4. Six Of One (v04) (5:24)
Review: Minimal Man, the project of Eon (Ian Loveday) and Baby Ford, are opening the 'Chicken Store' for us.
They simply leave out the rice of Kalabrese's 'Perlon37' release, to chop the chicky in a minimal manner.
Atmospheric, dark and driving; an abstract version of early techno, giving an insight into a future that
never happened like this. It's all about the chicken... of course.
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The Girls Thing
Cat: PERLON 118. Rel: 24 Oct 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Sea Of Hands (6:34)
  2. Outro (3:07)
  3. The Girls Thing (8:29)
Review: Over the course of his 15-year career, Bruno Pronsato has proved adept at combining otherworldly, minimalist rhythms with looser, more organic musical elements. He's at it again here on this Perlon outing, proving that sparse minimal techno can still feel warm and human. This is particularly evident on opener "Sea of Hands", where Pronsato's evocative, soft-touch vocal rise above chiming synthesizer notes and an off-kilter, snare-heavy beat. There's an even more organic feel to "Outro", where warm bass guitar notes and synthesized steel drum sounds come accompanied by little more than claps and cymbals. The most dancefloor-focused cut of the lot is B-side "The Girls Thing", a typically deep, sparse and bass-heavy minimal techno roller blessed with intricate percussion programming and Villalobos levels of wonkiness.
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Do It At Your Funeral
Cat: PERLON 128. Rel: 10 Jun 21
Techno
  1. Catching Lisbon (5:24)
  2. Do It At Your Funeral (5:13)
  3. Local Vampires (5:52)
  4. Version You (5:40)
  5. With Daze (5:47)
  6. Isn't Measured Isn't Managed (5:23)
  7. Best Before Benj (3:12)
  8. Ode To Street Hassle (feat Benjamin Freeney) (5:57)
  9. Simenon Briefly (5:31)
Review: Bruno Pronsato is one of minimal's more characterful producers and for that reason he has survived the passage of time better than the genre itself, in some ways. This new album comes on the always reliably excellent Perlon label and across nine track it explores succulent synth symphonies, abstract sound design and cinematic grooves that will make for tripped out 5am club experiences as well as they will stand up to close home listening on a good set of headphones. The arrangements here are often sparse, but the atmospheres are always full and absorbing, making it another fine entry into this artist's catalogue.
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Soa
Soa (12")
Cat: PERLON 122. Rel: 26 Jun 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Soa (8:20)
  2. I Believe I Need (10:09)
Review: Reductionist house masters Thomas Melchior and Fumiya Tanaka team up once again to provide some choice basic trance inductions on this terrific new EP for Perlon. This follows up 2017's amazing "The Warmth" on Melchior's Aspect Music and likewise will hypnotise you into submission with its deep and afterhours vibe. On the A side we have the ultra-smooth bounce of "Soa" with its disorienting vocal cuts ups, sparse keys and immaculate rhythm arrangements, altogether making for an intoxicating late night vibe. On the flip, go further (and weirder) into the late morning with the classy minimalism of "I Believe I Need" which reaches near psychedelic levels.
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