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Midas
Midas (12")
Cat: RB 115. Rel: 11 Apr 23
 
Deep House
Reuben (6:16)
Midas (6:58)
Espalmador (5:56)
Xuclar (5:32)
Under You (with Matrefakt) (4:58)
Review: Following some knock-out releases for Shall Not Fade and Last Night On Earth amongst others, 9th House comes to Running Back with a dazzling display of deep house perfection which stretches out across five tracks. 'Reuben' is a sprightly slice of 90s-tinted euphoria while 'Midas' tips further towards the bold melodic sensibilities of trance for a proper hands-in-the-air situation. At every turn this EP offers the richest harmonies and rhythm sections you just can't mess with - a truly steadfast, feel-good EP to get a sizeable mass of bodies moving in unison.
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It Works
It Works (12")
Cat: RBDC 01. Rel: 21 Jun 17
 
Deep House
It Works (5:49)
Without Thought (Bassline 1) (3:44)
Without Thought (Bassline 2) (4:01)
Lakeview Slang (First mix) (7:58)
Lakeview Slang (The mix) (3:57)
Review: Fresh off that awesome Unit 2 reissue of Happy Recordings, Running Back now look to some early works of seminal NYC duo Mateo & Matos under their Alex M. alias: its namesake dedicated to Mateo's late brother. The EP was originally released in 1992 on their Final Cut sub label, which became defunct the same year after around eight releases. On the A side is the deeply sublime and evocative zeitgeist of early 90's house; Big Apple style, on "It Works" and the deeper "Without Thought (Bassline 1)" which is more reminiscent of the Windy City sound actually. On the flip, the funky and stripped back late night groove of "Lakeview Slang (First mix)" is a familiar groove with a mesmerising melody and those dusty swing fuelled rhythms beneath. A time capsule from an important time in the genre's development by house music royalty on this respectful reissue.
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 in stock $10.26
Running Back Mastermix: Wild Pitch Club Part II/II
ATA / ND BAUMECKER / VARIOUS
Running Back Mastermix: Wild Pitch Club Part II/II (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: RBWPC LP2. Rel: 03 Mar 23
 
Deep House
Papermusic Issue One - "Downtime" (10:18)
Louie Balo - "Don't Shut Me Out" (6:22)
KGB - "Detroit 909" (4:44)
Jovonn - "Better Love" (feat Krystine) (4:52)
Wam Kidz - "In Love Again" (6:15)
Kings Of Tomorrow - "I Hear My Calling" (feat Sean Grant) (6:18)
Free Energy - "Happiness" (7:41)
Omegaman - "Into The AM" (6:18)
Presence - "How To Live" (2022 remaster) (9:16)
Review: Wild Pitch Club is next up in the excellent and ling running Running Back Mastermix series. It's a legendary space that has very much defined the Frankfurt and wider german scene and was also something of a predecessor venue to the new well-loved Robert Johnson. That club was itself a place where Panorama Bar's very own nd_baumecker really made waves and it is they alongside co-founder Ata who have curated these tunes. The venue was hooked on the US sounds and often hosted the likes of Robert Hood and Claude Young to Kerri Chandler all of which shows in the sounds of the tunes.
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Played by: Lello Di Franco
 in stock $33.66
Mind Eclipse EP
Cat: RB 110. Rel: 22 Jun 22
 
Deep House
Mind Eclipse (Trancehouzztool) (5:39)
HG (6:49)
Phoenix (5:58)
The Shore (808 mix) (6:15)
Review: Described by Running Back boss Gerd Janson as "studies in the transformation of emotional states" and inspired by the music of his youth, Deetron's latest EP is a wholehearted, saucer-eyed riff on music of the rave era, given his usual 21st century twist. He begins in confident fashion with 'Mind Eclipse (TranceHouzz Tool)', cannily manipulating waves of hypnotic electronics and glassy-eyed synthesizer riffs atop a sturdy house beat, before joining the dots between bleep techno, jacking house and vintage Alter Ego on 'HG'. Over on the flip, 'Phoenix' is a locked-in chunk of rolling techno/trance fusion, while 'The Shore (808 Mix)' is a gorgeous exercise in rushing, retro-futurist deep house bliss that will have the hairs on the back of your attention standing to attention.
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Played by: Fog
 in stock $12.09
Back To Haus
Cat: RB 116. Rel: 05 May 23
 
Deep House
Haus It Going (6:19)
Warehaus (5:00)
4th Floor (3:34)
Chicagostrasse (5:13)
Empty Warehaus (5:41)
Review: Remember Digitalism? The German duo formed in Hamburg in 2004 and in the years after Jens "Jence" Moelle and Ismail "Isi" Tufekci went on to make dance music that people rocked to. It came as part of the high energy and highly textured blog house scene but leaned more on electro and made them main stage festival favs who made an entry into the DJ-kicks mix series and plenty of epic tunes. Well now after three years out they return to Running Back - the last label they appeared on in 2020 - for some more raved-up electro bangers.
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Moving Forward
Cat: RBDN 2. Rel: 02 Oct 12
 
Deep House
House Rent Boogie
Beatdown Drums
Film Grain
Operator Select (America, What Time Is Love?)
Review: Austin based producer Disco Nihilist makes a triumphant return to Running Back, having scored one of our favourite 12"s of last year with Running (Far Away). Two tracks shorter than his debut for Gerd Janson's reliably consistent label, but no less impressive, Moving Forward will captivate many from the moment the elasticated bass line of "House Rent Boogie" launches into action. From here, the track playfully swings from its jack hammering groove into moments of wondrously detuned synth solos. Alongside this, "Beatdown Drums" lays its rhythmic palette thick and hard, practically bruising your cochlea in the process, whilst flipside opener "Film Grain" is an equally intense exercise - though one that matches rasping hi hats with emotion laden keys. The tempo is eased to allow some respite on "Operator Please" a sprawling mass of thick 303 modulations and loose, tumbling drums.
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Life Signs Vol 3
Cat: RB 124. Rel: 17 Oct 23
 
Deep House
Wildfire (5:36)
Tea Cake (5:11)
High (4:17)
Hawthorn (5:59)
Review: Dusky enjoy lofty status in the UK underground after many years of putting out streams of assured deep-house goodness. They have done so on plenty of well-regarded labels and now return to Gerd Jansen's mighty fine Running Back for Life Signs Vol 3. Opener 'Wildfire' is a fizzy one with intense synth lines layered up next to ambient pads and dreamy vocal mutterings that all make for a fine post-rave comedown. 'Tea Cake' also harks back to the 90s with a dusty breakbeat rhythm powered by a fat bassline and twinkling keys. Flipside jam 'High' brings piano energy and 'Hawthorn' has an old school Chicago feel. Dusky cover plenty of ground in good fashion here.
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Played by: Evan Michael
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Retropolis Vol 01
Cat: RB 112. Rel: 21 Oct 22
 
Deep House
Retropolis (6:33)
Faster (6:24)
Juno Ninja (5:25)
CS-80 (5:45)
Review: Eagles & Butterflies has had plenty of notable tunes over the years. No doubt that is why he gets the nod from Gerd Jansen's legendary Running back label to offer up Retropolis Vol 01. It is a four-track EP that shows off the producer's well-realised sounds. The title track is the real standout - 'Retropolis' brings electro-styled synth work with brilliantly future retro euro-disco energy. It's packed with hints of Italo and is sure to light up any club scene. Says the producer of the EP, "Retropolis is the past meets the future. I love influences and technology from the past and making music that sounds like it could be from a time yet to arrive." Mission accomplished.
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Played by: Rave Energy
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Immer
Immer (7")
Cat: RB 1237. Rel: 25 Sep 23
 
Coldwave/Synth
Immer (5:09)
Immer (instrumental) (5:09)
Review: Gerd Jansen's Running Back is brilliantly and effortlessly eclectic. It's a label that does easy to love house anthems as well as more experimental fair and plenty in between. And that's where Ede & Deckert sit - in a world to the left of centre with catchy synth tunes feat. Sargland. 'Immer' is their latest and pairs doleful guitar riffs a la Joy Division with soul vocals and slick drums that will work in the right dance floor setting. It's a great sound and one that has the potential to become something of an unlikely underground dance hit. The B-side has an instrumental that allows the synth work to shine more.
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Sarcosuco
Sarcosuco (limited 12")
Cat: RB 122. Rel: 29 Nov 23
 
Deep House
Sarcosuco (7:14)
Dimetrodonte (7:04)
Diplodoco (6:12)
Gastonia (6:45)
Review: Italian producer Fango has been busily building up his own sound world via his Degustibus Music label, but now he makes a strident move into the wider world with this outstanding record for Running Back. The authoritative tech house label knows its onions, and you can tell why they were drawn to these distinctive, inventive twists on the formula. 'Dimetrodonte' in particular is the kind of freaky workout which will get people paying close attention thanks to some artful vocal sample juggling, while there's some subtly anthemic joy to be felt in the likes of 'Diplodoco' which once again finds original ways to express classic ideas in the tech house tradition.
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Tags: Minimal
 in stock $15.25
Lucky Charm
Cat: RB 121. Rel: 18 Jul 23
 
Deep House
Lucky Charm (Maxi mix) (6:25)
Lucky Charm (dub) (6:34)
Lucky Charm (Perc mix) (3:16)
Luv Armour (4:38)
Whatever This Is (6:02)
Film 4 (5:49)
Review: Roman Flugel has been one of the European underground's most consistent and innovative names over the last 20 + years working on everything from acid to minimal to tech. He shows a slightly different look on this new EP for Running Back with a disco-tinged and happy melodic house cut 'Lucky Charm' taking up the a-side in three slightly different versions. The flip then has three more originals - 'Luv Armour' is a zippy house cut with big percussive energy and 'Whatever This Is' is then a beautifully innocent and playful cut with naive melodies. 'Film 4' is a moody downbeat piece to close out a varied and vital outing.
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Mega
Mega (12")
Cat: RB 105. Rel: 17 Feb 22
 
Techno
Mega (6:59)
Rules (4:51)
Film 1 (5:27)
Film 2 (4:53)
Film 3 (5:00)
 in stock $8.69
Anima EP
Anima EP (12")
Cat: RB 097. Rel: 01 Apr 21
 
Deep House
DISCO (extended mix) (6:17)
DISCO (dub) (7:22)
Anima (6:53)
Eating Darkness (3:20)
 in stock $10.00
QAM EP
QAM EP (12")
Cat: RB 109. Rel: 06 Jun 22
 
Minimal/Tech House
FEZ (6:56)
QAM (5:52)
SEZ (6:29)
TSC (6:36)
Review: After a break of two long years, tech-house scene stalwart Sascha Funke has finally delivered a new EP of typically atmospheric, on-point music. It's his first outing for Running Back after years spent flitting between BPitch Control, Multi-Culti and Endless Flight. Interestingly, what's on offer is more retro-futurist in tone than much of his work, with audible nods to vintage electronic disco, early 2000s nu-disco (think Morgan Geist) and tactile '90s deep house. Our picks of a very strong bunch are rubbery, morse code-sporting nu-disco-goes-bleep house number 'QAM', moody analogue deep house treat 'SEZ', whose creepy chords and spacey sonics are undeniably alluring, and ultra-melodious, Italo-disco-influenced opener 'FEZ'.
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Juno Jam EP
Cat: RB 048. Rel: 17 Jun 14
 
Deep House
Juno Jam
Tom Jam
Djungel Jam
Review: Genius Of Time and Running Back seems like such a perfect fit you wonder why the Swedish duo haven't graced Gerd Janson's label before now. It might be because Alexander Berg and Nils Krough aren't exactly the most prolific of duos when it comes to original material with only three EPs to their name since they inaugurated the Aniara project in such sublime fashion back in 2010. Fans of Genius of Time and John Talabot's DJ Kicks mix have added reason to engage in some vociferous rejoicing as the former's sublime offbeat number "Juno Jam" contribution to the latter release is centre stage on this 12". In addition to the A Side bliss of that Berg and Krough slip in two more percussive numbers on the flip which Running Back quite rightly point out would make "Joe Claussell proud".
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Last Night EP
Cat: RB 106. Rel: 24 Mar 22
 
Electro House
Last Night (7:32)
Last Night (1981 version) (5:25)
How We Started (6:59)
On Your Side (instrumental version) (6:19)
Review: Nacho Marco and Garen Moreno have not released much music as Jet Hammer - just two singles in a decade, in fact - but what they have put out is genuinely superb. Their latest EP, an expansive collection of retro-futurist gems inspired by 12" mixes of the 1980s, is similarly impressive. For proof, check opener 'Last Night', which sounds like the missing link between Italo-disco and the Cure; the Bobby Orlando-era Pet Shop Boys meets New Order wonder of 'How It Started'; and 'On Your Side (Instrumental Version)', which adds an early UK acid house veneer to the shimmering, club-ready extended synth-pop jams of the late '80s. Throw in an alternative new wave/post-punk style '1981 Mix' of 'Last Night', and you have an indispensable package.
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Played by: DJ ROCCA
 in stock $11.31
Essentia
Essentia (12")
Cat: RB 113. Rel: 25 Nov 22
 
Uplifting Trance
Essentia (7:43)
Essentia (Sunrise mix) (6:16)
Winnie's Karaoke (6:49)
Winnie's Karaoke (Sundown mix) (5:46)
Review: Krystal Klear's 'Essentia' is a new one from the Irish dance music producer. It deals in the sort of jubilant Italo-trance that namechecks the aesthetic sensibilities of old European uplifting dance, but also has a cleanliness to it that justifies its status as a new release. 'Essentia' is essential, with dramatic four-chord trance underpinning a mega-repetitive FM riff. 'Winnie's Karaoke', the B-side is airier, and replete with detuned sunset saws, making it a truly mighty release from the ever impressive Krystal Klear.
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Automat Kingsland EP
Cat: RB 118. Rel: 25 May 23
 
Deep House
Endeavour (6:10)
Americana (6:41)
Tokyo Flower (6:32)
Excelerator (6:50)
Review: You always know what you are going to get with Running Back - and we mean that in terms of quality rather than any one particular musical style. Gerd Janson's label does what it wants but never fails to set the floor alight. Here it is Krystal Kevlar who brings his own brand of main room house. Like so much stuff right now, 'Endeavour' has a 90s bent with its sweeping chord sequences before 'Americana' takes you on a deeper and more undulating groove. 'Tokyo Flower' is a festival tune for hands-in-the-air moments and 'Excelerator' then sinks down into more trippy techno territory.
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Cyclone Days
Cat: RBLP 17. Rel: 09 Sep 22
 
Deep House
Somebody (with Dena) (5:33)
Somebody (instrumental) (6:18)
Resonancer (5:58)
Exterminate (5:46)
Friends (4:06)
Cyclone Days (4:23)
Neway (5:44)
Review: Long time German electronic innovator is back on Running Back with a very welcome new mini-LP, Cyclone Days. The Frankfurt man mixes up his usual influences - indie-dance, Italo, power pop and house - into fresh and colourful new sounds. Melody rules OK across these cuts as they take in vocal gems and instrumental beats with lottos joyfulness along the way. 'Somebody' with Dena is a standout and timeless anthem for any dance floor, then 'Resonancer' has a retro-future disco-house vibe and 'Friends' is so perfectly pleasing it cannot fail to make you smile.
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One Swallow Doesn't Make A Summer Part 6
Llewellyn - "For The Weekend" (6:15)
Stereocalypse - "Mad Theory" (6:24)
Zillas On Acid - "Pleatherhead" (6:29)
Storken & Hammer - "Marabou" (5:54)
Ede - "Radius" (6:03)
Senor Chugger & Count Van Delicious - "Mickeys Vegan Fillet" (5:55)
Review: Numbers hold the key to unlock the universe. So, a six-pack can either consist of six bottles of beer, very well developed stomach muscles or in our case: a string of smash hits. To take it even further, it's exactly six tracks for the sixth part of the VA-series that is One Swallow Doesn't Make A Summer. Hit men include friends new and old: Llewellyn, Stereocalypse, Zillas On Acid, Storken & Hammer, Ede, SeNor Chugger & Count Van Delicious. The pace is cool and hot at the same time. Rave signals by Ede foil the nouveau disco by Stereocalypse or Storken & Hammer, Llewellyn does a classic house piano hop, Zilles On Acid deliver mid-tempo acid, and last, but not least, SeNor Chugger & Count Van Delicious strike a delicious pose.
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 in stock $15.25
Open Door (remastered)
Cat: RBDC 08. Rel: 08 Nov 22
 
Deep House
Open Door (11:32)
00000000 (18:44)
Open Door (Theo Parrish Behind Closed Doors remix) (10:16)
D1 (8:10)
Open Door (Gerd remix) (8:53)
Review: Back in 1996, Losoul's first outing on the now legendary Playhouse label caused such a stir across Europe and the U.S that it ended up being licensed and reissued - with additional reworks - by labels in Detroit and the Netherlands. This double-pack from Running Back brings together Losoul's original mix - a loopy, is-it-house-or-is-it-techno loop jam that cannily builds in intensity over the course of 11 and a half minutes - and two of the smartest revisions: Theo Parrish's mesmerising, deep and hypnotic revision (one of his best, we'd argue) and Dutch producer Gerd's jazzy, warm and sub-heavy shuffler. Also included is original B-side '00000000', a fine slab of minimal house hypnotism, and the previously unreleased 'D1', a more laidback and stripped-back disco-house loop jam.
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FORTHCOMING
Direct Cuts: Redux
Cat: RB 0021. Rel: 23 Feb 24
 
Minimal/Tech House
Ocha (re-edit)
Never (re-edit)
Direct Cut (re-edit)
Bensono (re-edit)
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Swerve
Swerve (12")
Cat: RB 111. Rel: 28 Jul 22
 
Deep House
Swerve (5:59)
Here With You (5:30)
Right As The Sun Goes (6:48)
Be To (7:33)
Review: Following the pleasingly experimental, thoughtful, and left-of-centre vibes of his 2021 album Chameleon, Anthony Naples returns to peak-time dancefloors via a fine EP of tried-and-tested treats on Running Back. There's a bouncy-but-driving feel to opener 'Swerve', where raw sounds and relaxing piano motifs leap above a stabbing bassline and sweaty beats, while 'Here With You' is dark, heavy and intoxicated with razor-sharp TB-303 riffs. Over on side B, Naples opts for a pleasingly blissed-out sound on breakbeat shuffler 'Right As The Sun Goes' before switching to a more immersive, acid-flecked deep house sound on fine closing cut 'Be To'.
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Keep Looking Where The Light Comes From
Cat: RBINC 010LP. Rel: 22 Nov 23
 
Balearic/Downtempo
Feathers (7:10)
I Can Only Repeat Your Love (3:44)
Flat Stones (3:10)
Valovola (3:07)
Ages (3:32)
The Wide House (2:57)
Dove Done Come (1:33)
Blank Sheep (5:25)
There Is A Hole Here (4:23)
Squid For A Day (2:41)
Bucolica (3:46)
Izzy Rob (1:18)
Review: Gerd Jansen's faultless Running Back is back with another of its hard-to-define but essential albums, Keep Looking Where The Light Comes From, this time from Panoram. It is a record that blurs the line between chaos and beauty, with fuzzy synths and improvised rhythms offering up some intriguing sound designs and unusual textures. There is a psychedelic feel to many of those, but so too a dream-like quality where barely-there melodies and half-remembered vocals drift in and out of earshot. Both maximal and minimal compositions feature with nods to ASMR pleasures and a mix of synthetic and acoustic sounds.

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FORTHCOMING
Call Of The Void
Cat: RB 126. Rel: 01 Mar 24
 
Deep House
Playin'
Bodies
Feel This
Call Of The Void
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Traens
Traens (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: RBLP 14. Rel: 15 Jul 20
 
Deep House
Traens 1 (3:22)
Traens 2 (5:45)
Traens 3 (4:52)
Traens 4 (7:08)
Traens 5 (5:20)
Traens 6 (5:27)
Traens 7 (3:32)
Traens 8 (5:46)
Traens 9 (4:34)
Traens 10 (7:38)
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Acid Leak
Acid Leak (12")
Cat: RB 117. Rel: 12 Jun 23
 
Techno
Acid Leak (5:28)
Wing Wing (5:29)
Acid Flow (5:13)
Frantic (5:30)
Review: Since making his Running Back bow 12 years ago, Sebastien Kramer has periodically returned to Gerd Jansen's label to deliver EPs (and one memorable album). Acid Leak is his eighth release in total for the imprint, and as the title suggests makes extensive use of sounds created by the small-but-mighty TB-303. Kramer sets the tone with the title track, a triumphant blend of acid house and Detroit techno sounds featuring some classic, Underground Resistance style synth strings, before cannily combining rising and falling melodies, buzzing electronics and undulating acid lines on 'Wing Wing'. 'Acid Flow' is a more jacking, forthright and mind-mangling slab of breathless peak-time brilliance, while 'Frantic' sees the experienced German producer join the dots between sci-fi-powered excellence and tactile deepness.
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99
99 (cassette)
Cat: RBINC 009CS. Rel: 29 Apr 22
 
Balearic/Downtempo
Day 1 (3:01)
Day 2 (2:53)
Day 3 (2:50)
Day 4 (4:51)
Day 5 (5:58)
Day 6 (4:15)
Day 7 (2:35)
Day 8 (2:37)
Day 9 (4:06)
Day 10 (4:04)
Day 11 (3:03)
Played by: RADIO SLAVE
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Run Tings EP
Cat: RBSHAN 03. Rel: 29 Aug 18
 
Deep House
Who Run Tings (5:54)
English Summer (6:52)
Awakenings (club mix) (6:28)
Take Me To The Top (6:38)
Review: Frankfurt producer Shan has enjoyed a long and productive friendship with Running Back Gerd Janson. To date, it has included a swathe of collaborative tracks and remixes, as well as regular solo releases on the label. Shan's latest EP for the imprint is naturally packed with playable material. Saucer-eyed, retro-futurist opener "Who Run Tings", for example, underpins jaunty, Inner City style stabs and piano riffs with corking, hip-house style breakbeats, while "Awakenings" offers a slightly more muscular, big room-friendly take on the turn-of-the-'90s piano house blueprint. Shan deviates further from the script on the Nu Groove style vintage deep house musicality of "English Summer" and deep '80s synth-pop-meets-deep house flex of closer "Take Me To The Top".
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Neuclidea
Neuclidea (12")
Cat: RB 114. Rel: 03 Feb 23
 
Minimal/Tech House
Neuclidea (6:04)
Life Window (5:56)
Sunset Operator (6:57)
Neuclidea (Hodge remix) (4:48)
Review: Space Dimension Controller has done a mighty fine job of finding an individual voice in the field of 80s synth-pop informed house music, not least thanks to the pure emotion he pours into his music. Neuclidea finds him landing for the first time on Running Back with another swathe of gorgeous, sophisticated cuts. There's a nuanced quirk to the synth design on the title track, while 'Life Window' plays around with nimble arps in pursuit of a big track with brains to match. 'Sunset Operator' has a slightly more jacking demeanour in its drums, but SDC can't help but make things achingly beautiful in the process.
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Acid Sampler 1.5
Cat: RBACIDEP 15. Rel: 12 Feb 24
 
Minimal/Tech House
Kosmische Conga (5:15)
Echopet (6:30)
Minehead (5:39)
Carinacid (6:04)
Review: Astral techno cosmonaut Space Dimension Controller serves up his vision of acid on this new sampler via Gerd Jansen's Running Back. The storied producer kicks off with 'Kosmische Conga' which has twitchy and sinewy lines lashing about over mid-tempo drums. 'Echopet' has a dubby feel and nice undulating grocers that are coloured with a prickly 303 that gently weaves its way in and out. 'Minehead' gets more manic as the 303s are louder, brighter, and more manic in their approach and 'Carinacid' then slows down to heavy drums and a mutant acid house and techno vibe that is full of late night menace.
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Yogtze
Yogtze (LP)
Cat: RBINC 005LP. Rel: 22 Jan 20
 
Deep House
So Many Times (5:32)
Proxima (5:34)
Coocoo (5:41)
Woodpecker (4:55)
Please Hold The Line (2:35)
Montana Sacra (6:03)
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