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Funk & Fear (Umwelt remix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 014. Rel: 07 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Escape From Grenoble 2018 (5:12)
  2. Hydraulic Funk (6:35)
  3. Machine Outil (6:14)
  4. Machine Outil (Umwelt remix) (5:46)
Review: Amato brings the kind of nasty electro business that fits right in on Helena Hauff's mighty Return To Disorder stable, and you know it's serious from the opening strains of the VHS noir monster "Escape From Grenoble 2018". "Hydraulic Funk" takes things slower, coming on like a freaky Frak flipside and sounding excellent for it. "Machine Outil" takes things in a more muscular direction that sounds built for bench presses and body jerks - the consummate peak time sledgehammer. Umwelt takes this sturdy starting point and demolishes it into a hailstorm of acid malevolence that'll melt your face clean off.
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Harsh Realm/Boiled In Dust (140 gram vinyl 12" limited to 100 copies + insert)
Cat: RTTD 007. Rel: 31 Jul 17
Indie
  1. Harsh Realm
  2. Boiled In Dust
Review: Helena Hauff's label continues to subvert all expectations by celebrating the truly underground and ignoring all expectations to provide obvious club material in line with her DJ sets. Instead we get treated to Blood Sport, a daring post punk band with a whiff of The Pop Group in their frenzied, messy style and plenty of sonic trickery occurring in between the intricate playing. "Harsh Realm" has the textural finish of earliest Cabaret Voltaire, but with a little more deft playing from the intensely talented players. "Boiled In Dust" meanwhile has a distinctly afrobeat-meets-industrial spirit that makes for striking, original material that should appeal to lovers of the truly alternative side of British music culture.
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Children Of Leir EP (limited to 100 copies hand-stamped 12")
Cat: RTTD 001. Rel: 07 Sep 15
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. Shapes Of Sleep (4:53)
  2. Drowned In Fear (9:44)
  3. Seed Of Doubt (6:23)
  4. Elixir (5:44)
Review: Return to Disorder is the new label from Hamburg producer and DJ Helena Hauff, known for her dark brand of EBM and electro-infused music and without doubt one of the best selectors currently playing in clubs. The act responsible for the debut release from Return to Disorder is Children Of Leir, a Leicester-based psych rock outfit whose influences come from "mystical horror". Not the sort of music one would immediately associate with Hauff's floor pummelling DJ sets and a hint that Return To Disorder will be dictated by Hauff's tastes as opposed to a need to satisfy the beat. The four tracks present here are a fine introduction to Children of Leir, with their feedback-laden sound perfectly enhanced by the mastering skills of Pete 'Sonic Boom' Kember.
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RTTD 016 (12" + insert limited to 100 copies)
Cat: RTTD 016. Rel: 16 Mar 20
Indie
  1. All You Need (4:42)
  2. Repetition (6:48)
  3. Overload (3:07)
  4. Always The Same (9:47)
Review: While Helena Hauff and her Return To Disorder label may be best known as a go-to for gutter-dwelling electro and techno, her intentions and tastes reach way beyond that. Here she welcomes back the brilliant Children Of Leir, UK-based psych garage outfit with a style that comes on like 13th Floor Elevators, My Bloody Valentine and Amon Duul popping 'ludes and heading to the last chance saloon. Huge wall of sound guitars, liberal effects processing and as much scuzziness as they can muster can't hide the pop sensibilities buried away in the songs - these guys are the real deal.
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64 Ways To Rob A Friend (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 009. Rel: 29 Jan 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 (B-STOCK) (12" test pressing)
Cat: RTTD 008TP (B-STOCK).
 
Electro
Review: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***


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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No Return Vol 1 (B-STOCK) (12" test pressing)
Cat: RTTD 008TP (B-STOCK).
 
Electro
Review: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***


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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No Return Vol 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 008. Rel: 11 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: 10 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 (140 gram vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: RTTD 011. Rel: 29 May 18
Electro
  1. Paradise Engineering
  2. Mutual Arising
  3. Life Force
  4. You Don't Matter
Review: Cult Scottish electro producer Galaxian has been lurking in the shadows for a long time, only now receiving more recognition in the wake of the electro upsurge. This signing to Helena Hauff's ever-brilliant Return To Disorder is a fine case in point, bringing the one-time Stingray collaborator to a broader audience base. It's good to see Galaxian hasn't diluted his future-shock sound one iota, leading in with the sci-fi noir cinemascope of "Paradise Engineering" before swerving into the heavily reverbed astral plane of "Mutual Arising". "Life Force" meanwhile pings into ever more psychedelic territory, where P-Funk's wildest inclinations meet with electronic futurism, with thrilling, original results. "You Don't Matter" ends this startling record on a brutal note, all snarling acid lines fired off at breakneck pace.
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Living With Ants (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 015. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Catso
  2. Why Look At Animals
  3. The Brush
  4. Slim Filter
Review: Helena Hauff returns to her own Return To Disorder label after last year's joyously received "Qualm" album on Ninja Tune. It's the first fully solo record Hauff has released herself, and it more than lives up to expectation. "Catso" is a wonderfully expressive slice of noirish electro draped in vintage synth arps and twinkling leads as enchanting as they are spooky. "Why Look At Animals" has a more low down funk, but once again sports the richly harmonic synth hooks to make this appeal right across the board. "The Brush" ups the tempo, but keeps things sparse and moody, while "Slim Filter" gets a touch more nasty and sounds utterly fantastic with it. Compared to her rabid DJ sets, these productions represent the more measured side of Hauff, but they're no less deadly.
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It's Alive! (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 013. Rel: 21 Jan 19
Electro
  1. It's Alive!
  2. Visitors
  3. Bankrupt Brain
  4. Jorogumo
Review: Barrelling out of the Hamburg underground, it's little wonder that Helena Hauff deemed emergent producer L.F.T. of a spin on her Return To Disorder label. As rough and ready as the electro on It's Alive! is, it's also delightfully playful and upfront as well. The title track sports plenty of Motor City soul motifs to match the hard edges of the beat, while "Visitors" plays around with a primal early 90s palette that should have all bleep fanatics body popping their approval. "Bankrupt Brain" is a taut new wave strutter precision engineered for deviant dancefloors, and "Jorogumo" blows the end of the record open with a soaring, swinging emotional belter.
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No Return Vol 2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 010. Rel: 19 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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Route (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 002. Rel: 05 Oct 15
Techno
  1. Solution (7:21)
  2. Take All (5:41)
  3. Up In Flames (8:55)
Review: For the second release on her Return To Disorder label, Helena Hauff taps into the dark underbelly of the Athens techno scene and presents the undoubted talents of Greek producer Morah. A resident at Athens party Phormix, Morah has clearly been crafting his productions skills in private for some time as this three track 12" is a powerful display of techno at its dankest. "Solution" sets the tone, dipping into gnarled acid electro that seems to teeter on the brink of all out chaos with fellow A-side track "Take All" similarly nasty. Morah gets a chance to show his more experimental side with "Up In Flames", a scorched exercise in freeform electronics with some particularly haunting vocals.
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The Vessels Of The Blood (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 012. Rel: 15 Oct 18
Techno
  1. I Saw, Strained Her Eyes Peering Into The Gloom
  2. Dance When Lights Off 
  3. Against Your Beloved
  4. One Shade The Less, One Ray The More
Review: Helena Hauff's Return To Disorder label plunges once more into the grimy underworld of electro and wave music, this time guided by dungeon dweller Morah who debuted on the label in 2015 and has since gone on to great things via Lux Rec, Berceuse Heroique, brokntoys and more. "I Saw, Strained Her Eyes Peering Into The Gloom" is a bittersweet dance with distortion as disheveled as it is catchy, while "Dance When Lights Off" pushes even further into the red with scintillating results. "Against Your Beloved" sounds positively shimmering by comparison, even if on its own it's still a truly dirty slice of jacked up electro. "One Shade The Less, One Ray The More" is a strong closing bout that draws from a similar sound bank and applies it to a more techno-minded structure.
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Untitled EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 003. Rel: 21 Mar 16
Electro
  1. Moscow Death Disco - "We Punk Ravers"
  2. Black Smile
  3. Cold Insomnia
  4. Le Chocolat Noir - "Tanka Linija"
  5. Just A Little Bit More
  6. Dressed In Black (featuring Sven)
Review: Lo-fi hardcore rave from Moscow Death Disco vs psychotic art punk electro by Le Chocolat Noir!
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The Film Just Breaks (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 017. Rel: 06 Jul 20
Techno
  1. Empty Nest Syndrome (5:00)
  2. Naive (4:16)
  3. Can't You See (5:34)
  4. Rebel Faction (6:11)
Review: Nite Fleit has had a barnstorming couple of years with drops on Planet Euphorique and Unknown To The Unknown, a team-up with Mall Grab on Looking For Trouble and now this rabid electro stormer on Helena Hauff's Return To Disorder label. Compared to some of the grungier, punk-inflected electro you'd expect to find on the label, this is bright, bold, big-room stuff with plenty of ravey motifs to move large masses of bodies. "Empty Nest Syndrome" is hyped up to 11 while "Naive" pivots around a hard as nails electro beat. Watch out for the mad arps on "Can't You See" and "Rebel Faction" too - they're gunning for your cerebellum and you should take heed.
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Destruction Liberatrice (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 004. Rel: 18 Apr 16
Electro
  1. Destruction Liberatrice
  2. L'emergence Des Damnes
  3. Le Cycle De L'asphyxie
  4. Libertes Imaginees
Review: Veteran Lyonnais Dj/producer Umwelt unleashes 4 new swaggering slabs of Electro.
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Iron Flute (12")
Cat: RTTD 006 . Rel: 27 Mar 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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