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Powermoves (12")
Cat: RBDC 03. Rel: 06 Jun 18
Techno
  1. Powermoves (8:14)
  2. Powermoves (remix) (7:18)
  3. The Push (6:39)
Played by: DJ 3000
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It Works (12")
Cat: RBDC 01. Rel: 21 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. It Works (5:49)
  2. Without Thought (Bassline 1) (3:44)
  3. Without Thought (Bassline 2) (4:01)
  4. Lakeview Slang (First mix) (7:58)
  5. 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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Get Closer (12")
Cat: RBSSS 2. Rel: 20 Dec 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Get Closer (Tiger & Woods remix) (8:32)
  2. Get Closer (Gerd Janson edit) (7:43)
  3. Get Closer (DJ Oyster Tool) (3:39)
Review: Valerie Dore's "Get Closer" has never been one of Italo-disco's most in-demand records, though the Milan-made synth-pop style chugger is undoubtedly something of a slept-on classic. Running Back boss Gerd Janson is clearly a fan, though, because he's decided to give it the remix treatment. He provides his own "Coy Club Edit" interpretation, which sticks closely to the original while removing some of the track's cheesier elements, while DJ Oyster reaches for the filters and provides a "Tool Time" cut for adventurous DJs (think vocal loops and the like). The headline attraction, though, is undoubtedly the Tiger & Woods remix, which reconfigures the track as a loopy and loved-up chunk of saucer-eyed Italo-disco/deep house/electrofunk fusion.
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Lost Tracks (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: RBEMH 1. Rel: 22 May 13
Techno
  1. Outtake
  2. Razor Dub
  3. Loop 01
  4. Loop 02
  5. Loop 04
Review: Essential fare from the highly respected pairing of Roman Flugel and Running Back, with the ever inventive German artist digging into his personal archives for Gerd Janson's excellent label as Eight Miles High. Consisting of two full tracks and a triplet of B Side loops, Flugel apparently rescued these productions from some old DAT Tapes (hopefully found in his basement) and they find the prolific producer very much "wearing a techno helmet." The fact that the Lost Tracks 12 arrives with descriptive terms such as strange, dark, heavy, loop, high speed, EBM and industrial should offer some indication what to expect. Indeed lead track "Outtake" sounds like the perfect moment deep into the night at Robert Johnson distilled onto record.
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Emulators (12")
Cat: RB 066. Rel: 14 Sep 17
Deep House
  1. Emu I (6:14)
  2. Emu II (5:59)
  3. Emu III (7:16)
  4. Emu III (Birdy bonus beat) (4:42)
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Venite Visum (reissue) (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: RBLP 11. Rel: 11 Apr 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Inspirations From A Mental Realm (16:35)
  2. Yin-Yang (5:02)
  3. Variations On A Pentatonic Motion (11:43)
  4. Rhytmic Desert (5:54)
  5. Menetekel (2:22)
  6. 3C 123 (19:29)
  7. The Quantum Jump (bonus track) (18:03)
Review: Sometime Klaus Schulze collaborator Andreas Grosser spent much of the late '70s and early '80s making experimental syntheszier music inspired by the (then) West German kosmiche scene, handing out cassettes of his recordings to anyone who was interested. The best of these unreleased works were first gathered together on 1981's Venite Vessum, a cassette-only release that now exchanges hands for large sums online. Happily, Running Back has decided to make it available on vinyl for the first time, stretching the spacey and otherworldly ambience of Grosser's deep space compositions - some of which bubble along gracefully for 15 minutes at a time - over two slabs of wax. Thrillingly, this edition also includes a previously unheard track, the Philip Glass style synthesizer cycles and sun-bright positivity of "The Quantum Jump".
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Cat: RBCD 11. Rel: 25 Apr 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Inspirations From A Mental Realm
  2. Variations On A Pentatonic Motion
  3. Menetekel
  4. 3C 123
  5. Yin-Yang
  6. Rythmic Desert
  7. The Quantum Jump (bonus track)
Review: Sometime Klaus Schulze collaborator Andreas Grosser spent much of the late '70s and early '80s making experimental syntheszier music inspired by the (then) West German kosmiche scene, handing out cassettes of his recordings to anyone that was interested. The best of these unreleased works were first gathered together on 1981's Venite Vessum, a cassette-only release that now exchanges hands for large sums online. Happily, Running Back has decided to make it available on CD for the first time, stretching the spacey and otherworldly ambience of Grosser's deep space compositions - some of which bubble along gracefully for 15 minutes at a time - over the disc's duration. Thrillingly, this edition also includes a previously unheard track, the Philip Glass style synthesizer cycles and sun-bright positivity of "The Quantum Jump".
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Cat: RB 020. Rel: 14 Jan 10
Deep House
  1. Space & Time (unreleased re-edit)
  2. Prescription Every Night
Review: Running Back Records chief Gerd Janson has decided to revive a piece of dance history by reissuing Heaven & Earth's classic 1995 house offering. Back then, producers Luke Solomon, Rob Mello and Zaki D teamed to form a collective known as Heaven & Earth. Paying homage to their favourite label, Prescription Records who were putting out the deep, acid house that they loved from owners Chez Damier and Ron Trent, the trio collaborated on two original tracks - the now legendary "A Space and Time" and "Prescription Every Night".

The release blew up, turning the three London producers into household names overnight. - so much so that collective pronged off into their own solo careers. Such has been the demand for each, that a remix of "Beau Mot Plage" and Red Nail's "I Think of You" are the only times that they worked together again.

Fifteen years later, Gerd Janson secured the rights to re-issue the release and even loaded the EP with a couple of note worthy additions to entice record collectors to pick up a copy even if the original sits proudly in their record box. An unreleased edit of "Space and Time", where the piano takes on a more dubby feel, is joined by the disco tinged "Prescription Every Night", immortalized in Carl Craig's infamous 1995 Essential Mix.

This re-mastered and re-shaped EP is an original slice of the disco-house sound that has become so fashionable of late. As dance culture becomes more and more reflective, it is testament to the classic early tracks that inspired a generation that they are picked up again fifteen years later and re-issued for a new generation to treasure and cherish
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Akasha (12")
Cat: RBDC 02. Rel: 04 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Akasha (re-edit) (7:27)
  2. Thank You Larry (re-edit) (6:13)
  3. Let's Take A Break (re-edit) (6:15)
Review: Running Back Double Copy's second installment lovingly re-issues this house classic.The duo of Geoffrey Becker and Philippe Heinenonly only ever had a couple of releases on the short lived Brif Records: and this was the first. Originally released in 1998, right here is some timeless deep house that originally got lumped in with the whole French Touch scene of the time. "Akasha" (re-edit) is an evocative jam reminiscent of Pepe Bradock with its rising chords and tribal percussion really getting that sense of elevation happening. "Thank You Larry" (re-edit) is straight up deep house with diva vocals, as is "Let's Take A Break" (re-edit) but they really are an afterthought in comparison to that epic first offering, As label boss Gerd Janson said it best himself (regarding the original test pressing) "hopefully the Discogs haters won't get their knickers in a twist this time. It's old house music you fools!"
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Played by: Paul Starey
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Cat: RBB 04. Rel: 18 May 18
Deep House
  1. Rhythm#01 (5:18)
  2. Rhythm#02 (5:15)
  3. Rhythm#03 (4:44)
  4. Rhythm#04 (4:42)
  5. Rhythm#05 (4:57)
  6. Rhythm#06 (4:58)
Review: It's been nearly three years since the last instalment in Running Back's occasional series of DJ-friendly drum tools. Following solo percussion 12s from Todd Osborn and Redshape, up-and-coming producer Ketiov steps up to the plate. His drum tracks are predictably dense and percussively layered, with clattering, pots and pans hits wrapping themselves around dense, off-kilter kick-drum patters and, in the case of opener "Rhythm#1", restless cowbells. In some ways, it's reminiscent of Max D's work under the Dolo Percussion alias, though Ketiov's cuts do include a few more subtle musical elements - the odd acid line here, a squelchy bassline there - not to mention a swathe of slamming, peak-time friendly tools.
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FORTHCOMING
Playground Remixes Vol 1
Cat: RBKINKRMX 1.
Techno
  1. Perth (Dusky remix)
  2. Teo Techno (Radio Slave disco dub)
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FORTHCOMING
Playground Remixes Vol 2
Cat: RBKINKRMX 2.
Techno
  1. Yom Thorke (Matthew Herbert Funnel dub)
  2. Five (Josh Wink remix)
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Playground (gatefold 3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: RBLP 10. Rel: 09 Nov 17
Techno
  1. Soar (3:00)
  2. Yom Thorke (9:09)
  3. The Russian (8:08)
  4. Samodiva (4:35)
  5. Suncatcher (4:35)
  6. Perth (5:27)
  7. Teo Techno (5:36)
  8. Peter Plet Plete (5:55)
  9. Organ (5:55)
  10. Taste Of Metal (5:37)
  11. Five (7:37)
  12. The Universe In Her Eyes (4:15)
Review: Strahil "Kink" Velchev may well be the hardest-working man in dance music. Each new-year brings a succession of fine singles, with little in the way of fluff or filler. Even so, the vast Playground is only his second album to date (his first, "Under Destruction", appeared in 2014). It is arguably his strongest collection of tracks to date, though. Over the course of the 12 tracks, he brilliantly demonstrates the depth and variety of his influences, variously turning his hand to cinematic downtempo beats ("Samodiva", "The Universe in Her Eyes"), warehouse-friendly peak-time anthems (stab-heavy smasher "Russian"), DJ Sneak/Dj Duke-style big room house ("Perth", 'Organ"), mind-altering experimental dub ("Peter Piet Pete"), Industrial ("Tate of Metal") and, of course, angular analogue techno ("Five", "Teo Techno").
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Cat: RB 072. Rel: 25 Apr 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Neutron Dance (6:39)
  2. Division Ave (4:24)
  3. Shockzoid (9:07)
  4. Moonshake Mine (6:04)
Review: In recent times, Krystal Klear's EPs have wholeheartedly paid tribute to a variety of (mostly New York-based) historic clubs, artists and dance music sub-genres. While he's officially broken the spell with The Division EP - his first outing on Running Back - for the most part it's still a heart-warming, retro-futurist treat. He kicks things off with the cheery, Italo-disco revivalism of "Neutron Dance", where throbbing synthesizer arpeggio lines and mid-80s melodies are underpinned by a bustling mid-tempo house groove, before slowing things down via the Balearic synth-pop shuffle of "Division Ave". Turn to the flipside and you'll find more muscular, freestyle-meets-acid house fun (wild and mind-altering peak-time highlight "Shockzoid") as well as the baggy, glassy-eyed Balearic house rush of closer "Moonshake Mike".
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Boss Moves (double 12")
Cat: RB 070. Rel: 24 May 18
Deep House
  1. Oh Jupiter (4:24)
  2. Atmosphere (8:13)
  3. Enter Jericho (feat Omega III) (5:26)
  4. Essential Elements (6:19)
  5. Hellafied Sisters (5:18)
  6. Boss Moves (6:37)
  7. Bone 2 Bone (4:16)
  8. LUKE (6:55)
  9. Solid State (6:01)
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Cat: RB 012. Rel: 17 Dec 08
Minimal/Tech House
  1. RJ
  2. Ego Trippin'
  3. Siren FX 1 Reverse
  4. Siren FX 1
  5. Streets Of Fire FX
  6. Siren FX 2 Reverse
  7. Siren FX 2
  8. Streets Of Rain FX
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Cat: RB 0133. Rel: 12 Jul 17
Deep House
  1. Children Of The E (Kink SP1200 remix) (6:08)
  2. Children Of The E (Kink & Rachel version - DJ GJ edit) (6:45)
  3. Children Of The E (Justin Va Der Volgen remix) (9:14)
Review: Originally released in 2014 on Running Back, Radio Slave's rave anthem "Children Of The E" receives a bunch of remixes here. There were two versions of the original: the "North London Mix" and the "South London Mix". This time around, Bulgarian hardware maverick KiNK works his magic on two versions: the hard hitting yet evocative "Kink SP1200 remix" channels the vibe of early '90s Underground Resistance whilet he breakbeat driven "Kink & Rachel version - DJ GJ edit" is equally as retro leaning: and remixed by label boss Gerd Janson himself. On the flip, former !!! member Justin Van Der Volgen's remix returns to the ravey aesthetics once again and is sure to bang the party!
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Cat: RB 058. Rel: 12 Nov 15
Deep House
  1. Come Out Of Your Comfort Zone (6:01)
  2. Feel What You Want (6:34)
  3. Movement Is My Friend (6:19)
Review: For the latest audio missive on his largely impressive Running Back imprint, Gerd Jansen has turned to Berlin-based newcomer Bring Ring. As debut singles go, The Movements EP is pretty good, with Ring displayed a knack for producing atmospheric, slowly evolving deep house. He begins with the clattering, retro-futurist shuffle of "Come Out Of Your Comfort Zone", where snappy, jackin' analogue beats rub shoulders with sustained, one-note riffs and a bustling bassline. He goes deeper on "Feel What You Want", layering delay-laden spoken word vocal snippets and wavering, deep space chords over an unfussy groove. Finally, he doffs a cap to the disco roots of Chicago house with the chunky "Movement Is Your Friend".
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FORTHCOMING
Pink Eye
Pink Eye (CD)
Cat: RBBTCD 1.
Techno
  1. Boat Ride Around NYC
  2. The Skipper
  3. Cayll J The Superhero
  4. Sarah's E Is Back
  5. Mario & Soley
  6. Spin Cycle
  7. Karo B Is Not On Love & Hip Hop
  8. Kelly Is With Her
  9. Luciana Murder Muffins
  10. Five Left
  11. Pink Eye
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FORTHCOMING
Pink Eye
Pink Eye (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: RBBTLP 1.
Techno
  1. Boat Ride Around NYC
  2. The Skipper
  3. Cayll J The Superhero
  4. Sarah's E Is Back
  5. Mario & Soley
  6. Spin Cycle
  7. Karo B Is Not On Love & Hip Hop
  8. Kelly Is With Her
  9. Luciana Murder Muffins
  10. Five Left
  11. Pink Eye
Played by: Soft Rocks
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Cat: RBLP 06. Rel: 20 Mar 13
Techno
  1. Unmatched
  2. Jump Bugs
  3. Karo's B
  4. 5 In
  5. Got To Get Up For Monday
  6. Sarah;s E With Extra P
  7. Michele's H With C
  8. Raj & Claire
  9. Back When Lynn (The Classic)
  10. A Blink Of An Eye
Review: Shout outs to Gerd Janson and Running Back for doing the decent thing and issuing the surprise Syclops LP from the master Maurice Fulton on double vinyl. Having seemingly abandoned his Syclops pseudonym following the critical and commercial success of the superb 2008 full-length, I've Got My Eye On You, Fulton elected to resurrect it for a surprise sophomore album. Predictably, A Blink of An Eye is a bit good. Picking up where the previous album left off, it delivers a warped fusion of titanium-plated electronics, leftfield acid jack, freestyle jazz flourishes and intergalactic mutant disco. Formidably twisted but hugely enjoyable, it gleefully charges off in many different directions, mixing shirts-off anthems (see the brilliant "Sarah's E with Extra P"), with curious percussion jams (the afro-centric "Jump Bugs") and curiously blissful, Boof-ish excursions ("5 In"). Stellar stuff.
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Cat: RBCD 08. Rel: 07 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. 147 Stars (2:00)
  2. Sierra (2:00)
  3. Tripping Beauty (2:00)
  4. Datajungel (2:00)
  5. Highs & Bungalows (1:33)
  6. See Hex & Moon (2:00)
  7. Mezcal Eclipse (2:00)
  8. Expanse (2:00)
  9. Entropikalia (2:00)
  10. Untitled (The Party) (2:00)
  11. Flow System (2:00)
  12. DTMF (2:00)
Review: Press reviews of Henning Severud's long-awaited debut album have been universally positive, and it's easy to see why. While the Norwegian touches on numerous styles across Vibe Telemetry - new age, ambient house, Scandolearic, Italo-disco, vintage Italian deep house and even saucer-eyed techno - each have been filtered through his hazy, hard-to-define desire to create music with its own distinctive sense of atmosphere. As a result, it's a hugely vibrant, colourful and inventive set, with Severud effortlessly creating a set of tracks that works as a coherent, easy to listen to whole, despite the presence of numerous future floor-fillers. As debut albums go, it's something of a cracker.
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Played by: Eddie C
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Cat: RBLP 08. Rel: 19 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. 147 Stars (4:20)
  2. Sierra (6:30)
  3. Tripping Beauty (6:35)
  4. Datajungel (6:33)
  5. Highs & Bungalows (1:32)
  6. Sea Hex & Moon (6:49)
  7. Mezcal Eclipse (6:45)
  8. Expanse (2:34)
  9. Entropikalia (5:22)
  10. Untitled (The Party) (6:07)
  11. Flow System (4:11)
  12. DTMF (6:06)
Review: Press reviews of Henning Severud's long-awaited debut album have been universally positive, and it's easy to see why. While the Norwegian touches on numerous styles across Vibe Telemetry - new age, ambient house, Scandolearic, Italo-disco, vintage Italian deep house and even saucer-eyed techno - each have been filtered through his hazy, hard-to-define desire to create music with its own distinctive sense of atmosphere. As a result, it's a hugely vibrant, colourful and inventive set, with Severud effortlessly creating a set of tracks that works as a coherent, easy to listen to whole, despite the presence of numerous future floor-fillers. As debut albums go, it's something of a cracker.
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Cat: RBOOT 1.5. Rel: 24 May 17
Deep House
  1. Sunshine (KiNK remix) (7:23)
  2. Sunshine (Tiger & Woods remix) (6:10)
Review: We're very happy to see a renewed interest in Underground Resistance sub-label Happy Records: which is sure known for its fair share of house classics. Quite fitting then that the chief retrovert Gerd Janson over at Running Back saw it fit to issue some remixes of the classic "Sunshine" by Unit 2 aka Raphael Merriweathers Jr. and Niko Marks. KiNK's remix on the A side is a nice modern revision of the track which retains those uplifting trademark pianos but adds some of his thunderous trademark 909 drum machine workouts beneath. On the flip, lo-slung disco pranksters Tiger & Woods do a remix which cuts up and stutters those said pianos (and the vocals) to interesting effect plus adding some nice boompty swagger into it.
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