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Cat: SA 013. Rel: 23 Feb 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Jupiter Euphorbia (7:36)
  2. Route 31 (7:05)
  3. Mercury Jasmine (7:43)
  4. Soundescape (6:52)
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Let It Go (12")
Cat: SA 04. Rel: 09 Oct 14
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Let It Go (part 2 - feat Ilhem)
  2. Soul Print
  3. Let It Go (feat Ilhem)
Review: From early releases on Tenax and Material, Julie Marghilano has been busy for many years, but now she has stepped up to Sol Asylum with this highly developed release that shows her to be an intriguing and downright exciting producer in the field of experimental house and techno. "Let It Go (Part 2)" brims with fascinating detail and energy, while remaining delicate and warm at the same time. "Soul Print" is a more dreamlike affair that uses subtle layers as a backdrop to poignant guitar strums and Villalobos-esque percussive splatters, while still knowing how to work the more distinctive grooves into the track. The first part of "Let It Go" is equally magnificent, using a more scattered broken beat but keeping the sweeping melodies in place wonderfully.
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Cat: SA 12. Rel: 27 Jun 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Stepping Inside (6:58)
  2. Stepping Inside (Dana Ruh remix) (7:42)
  3. Sorry Not Sorry (7:02)
  4. 444 Marjorie (6:52)
Review: UK tech house heroine Miss Jools is still going. Since relocating to Berlin like many others she has since been closely affiliated with the Sol Asylum imprint run by good friend Julie Marghilano. It has proven to be a reliable imprint, backed up by some solid releases by the likes of OdD, Anton Zap and Dutch collective Dilated Pupils. It's over to Jools again for her second appearance for the label. Starting off with the dusty and bleepy reductionist groove of "Stepping Inside" it then gets a tougher and more swinging: remix courtesy of Berlin legend and Brouqade boss Dana Ruh. On the flip "Sorry Not Sorry" is a deep, dubby and atmospheric groove with some wonky/tripped out modular synth textures which will appeal to fans of the S.A.M. or iO Mulen sound. The sublime and hypnotic "444 Marjorie" is the EPs strongest moment by far and closes out the EP in style.
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Cat: SA 07. Rel: 30 Jun 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Vortex (11:13)
  2. Pyramid (6:29)
  3. Sphere (6:34)
Review: The Sol Asylum label continues its minimalistic outlook on house and techno with a return from the Odd duo, Damian Daley and Danny Dixon. The pair have been brought in a reggae tradition thanks to their fathers and they both share a passion for percussion, something which can be clearly heard on both the pulsating push of "Vortex" and "Pyramid", two lciks which are sure to fill the floors at peak time hour. The deeper and more hypnotic "Sphere" tune ties thing s off in sci-fi tradition, where loose and airy synths glide above bric-a-brac percussion shots. Majestic
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Cat: SA 14. Rel: 21 Sep 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. A Dimension Reflected (6:18)
  2. Planet Texture (7:52)
  3. Old Problems (6:32)
  4. Neverending Story (6:19)
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Cat: SA 11. Rel: 01 Feb 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Process Theory (7:08)
  2. S-Trig (6:50)
  3. Meter (6:47)
  4. Liquid Flow (6:53)
Review: Pressure Point first surfaced on Northern Italian imprint Castanea with the Fragments EP which featured a great remix by minimal electro hero TC80 from France. Now the mysterious producer appears for Julie Marghilano's esteemed Sol Asylum imprint with the impressive Process Theory EP, where he pursues more impressive microhouse grooves and sourced from what appears to be a pretty detailed modular setup amongst other things. The title track calls to mind the glitched up and quirked out reductionist funk of Perlon favorite Spacetravel, as does the subtractive jack of "S-Trig" with its infectious bleeps and blips. On the flip, we've got what's probably the most straight up groove on here with "Meter": essentially a barebones rhythm workout but boy does it pack some bump and shuffle. Finally "Liquid Flow" ends the EP in deep and emotive fashion where hypnotic pads and a mix of analog and digital microsampling carry a bumpy groove and it's perfect for your Sunday afternoon aboard the Hoppetosse.
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