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64 Ways To Rob A Friend (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 009. Rel: 05 Feb 18
Techno
  1. 64 Ways To Rob A Friend (4:40)
  2. 90 Feelings (6:57)
  3. A Place To Stay (live mix) (8:17)
Review: Tomas More's December alias has gone from strength to strength, kicking off on Blackest Ever Black, Where To Now? and In Paradisum only to hop on to Mannequin and Jealous God before landing here on Helena Hauff's Return To Disorder label. On the basis of that CV, you should know full well that this is an artist who favours dark, deviant dance music with a generous lashing of industrial, EBM and electro, and he doesn't disappoint. "64 Ways To Rob A Friend" is a freaky but utterly fun romp laced with ghoulish vocals and underpinned by a driving one-note bassline. "90 Feelings" is more malevolent, channeling the spirit of Ministry and reducing it down to a death march, while the live mix of "A Place To Live" comes on with a New Beat ferocity that's hard to resist.
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No Return Vol 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 008. Rel: 18 Dec 17
Electro
  1. Dmitry Distant - "El Carmel"
  2. Neud Photo - "Indeks"
  3. Antoni Maiovvi - "The Dig"
Review: Helena Hauff's label is back, this time presenting a various artists 12" that heralds the start of the No Return series. The release starts on a mystical bent with the Eastern-tinged death electro of "El Carmel", sounding ripe for a Hague-friendly warm-up session. Neud Photo then take over with a dystopian trip through rich synth tones coloured in dark hues for the bleakest of robotic fantasies. Antoni Maiovvi fills the B-side with the slow grinding bombast of "The Dig", bleeding out a noirish take on coldwave for the darkest hearts to swoon to.
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Ultima Ratio (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 005. Rel: 17 Oct 16
Electro
  1. Secret Codes
  2. Kontrolled Madness
  3. Orontius
Review: For the fifth release on her Return To Disorder label, Helena Hauff has turned to Hamburg duo Fallbeil. Known for their trippy, analogue-heavy take on techno and electro, the twosome has previously impressed via appearances on Contort Yourself and New York Haunted. Ultima Ratio is another solid selection, with Fallbeil variously exploring distorted, industrial-influenced techno (the post-apocalyptic paranoia of "Secret Codes"), mind-altering electro-acid (the Cabaret Voltaire-meets-Phuture moodiness of "Kontrolled Madness", and straight-up acid business (the hard-edged TB-303 lines and skittish TR-808 style beats of "Orontius"). All three tracks are blessed with that sparse-but-heavy feel that's quickly becoming the duo's trademark.
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Paradise Engineering
Paradise Engineering (140 gram vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: RTTD 011. Rel: 14 May 18
Techno
  1. Paradise Engineering
  2. Mutual Arising
  3. Life Force
  4. You Don't Matter
Review: Glasgow based producer, Galaxian, is set to drop the 11th release of Helena Hauff's Return to Disorder imprint. "Paradise Engineering" is an ambitiously psychedelic piece of machine mastery that will be right at home on Hauff's label, with which she set out to bring "punk rock and techno together" in 2015. The label's name refers to the reactionary post-WW1 art movement, Return to Order, which called for a rejection of the avant-garde in favor of conservatism and classicism. Return to Disorder has embraced experimentation and genre bending with releases from the likes of Children of Leir, Morah and Umwelt. Galaxian's proximity to the sharp edge of quantum chaos and belief in the anarchism of nature make him a fitting addition to the Hamburg based label.

"Paradise Engineering", is a lot to unpack. Within its four tracks, Galaxian lays out an intricate web of self, spiritual and socio-technic exploration and critique. Producing the cover art alone took him on a 12 month journey, while meditating on questions of inner-alchemy, freedom and transcendence. The music covers extensive sonic topography with each of the four distinct tracks building a critical tension while creating counterpoint for one another. Violently intricate drum machine work stakes out the boundaries of "Paradise Engineering's" autonomous zone, where Galaxian lays out a dense thesis on the harrowed human condition. The tracks leave the listener much to ponder, especially with lines like, "You have been deprived of knowledge by frequency control" and "All possibilities exist". Synth and bass lines emerge oscillating around each other from deep space on the EP's second A-side, "Mutual Arising", clean and crisp supporting elements to stratospheric strings. It gets significantly more aggressive on the B-side with "Life Force" drilling through neck-snapping electro drums with acid patterns, whose methodic dynamism and complexity begins to sound like inter-galactic alien transmissions when blown through a dizzying effect chain. Comfortably between literal and abstract, complex and elegant, "Paradise Engineering" is a deep and rewarding listen.
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No Return Vol 2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 010. Rel: 26 Mar 18
Electro
  1. LFT - "Flare"
  2. Marc Ash - "Beirut Calling"
  3. Morah - "Cold Water In My Glass"
  4. Helena Hauff - "Sloe"
Review: Helena Hauff's mighty Return To Disorder is back with a various artists 12" packing phasers set to slay. LFT is as evil as it gets on "Flare," dropping the kind of sleazy, Bunker-ready, acid inflected electro that darkroom dreams are made of. Marc Ash has an edgier tone, maximising the distortion but also capitalising on uneasy space in the mix on grimy workout "Beirut Calling." Morah sends things in an airy direction on "Cold Water," building up layers of noise but maintaing a strange air of optimism. Hauff herself lands the B2 slot with a curious belter that channels the spirit of 90s MIDI game soundtracks amidst searing arepggios and a bloated kick.
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Iron Flute (12")
Cat: RTTD 006 . Rel: 03 Apr 17
Electro
  1. Zarkoff X Ikonal - "Waiting Room Elegy" (6:40)
  2. Zarkoff X HPX X LCN - "Iron Flute" (4:19)
  3. Zarkoff X HPX - "Transceiver" (7:09)
  4. Zarkoff X Cyborgs On Crack - "Penalty For Violation" (4:52)
Review: Helena Hauff's Return To Disorder label is back in action with an EP from Croatian darkwave maestro Zarkoff, in conjunction with conspirators such as Ikonal and Cyborgs On Crack. He's been active on the local scene for many years and only now is creeping onto the international radar, but this record should catapult him into the consciousness of all kinds of adventurous spinners. Managing to plunge into murky waters while retaining a propulsive, danceable edge to his sound, the most noticeable quality around this record is the synth work, which unfurls in thick, globulous brushstrokes of noirish melody perfect for the darker kind of dancefloors out there.
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