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Amphibious Carbine (remastered)
Cat: SMI 008. Rel: 01 Dec 23
 
Techno
Confidential - "Amphibious Carbine" (5:29)
Exocet - "Nitrogen" (4:59)
Holy Ghost Inc - "Walking On Air" (4:30)
Exocet - "Overdose" (4:57)
Primea Facey - "Poverty Line" (4:18)
Review: The Sound Migration label takes another trip back in to the CATT articles to explore the proto-trance and early bleep techno sound they were pushing from 1988-1991. Another five essential gems from the modestly sized catalogue get an airing here, kicking off with Confidential's haunting 'Amphibious Carbine' followed by the boxy pressure of Exocet's 'Nitrogen'. This is astounding stuff throughout, not least the freak-zone trip of Holy Ghost's 'Walking On Air', which sounds like the common denominator between Ibiza and Goa in their nascent days as party destinations. Don't sleep on the clattering funk of Exocet's 'Overdose' either, a seriously snappy groover with all kinds of oddball sampling going on.
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Tags: 90s House
 in stock $19.21
Red October
Cat: SMI 007. Rel: 26 Oct 23
 
Techno
Red October
Red October (Yellow Sub mix) (7:32)
Review: Mark Lloyd and Mark Robertson formed Deep Pearl back in the relay 90s when both were young producers with an ear for techno and a love of the club. Red October is a reissue of their early work that was first out on the mysterious private press label Big Apple out of Croydon in South London. The title track on the A-side 'Red October' is very much of the time but still relevant today - warped synths that undulate over a tight and rubbery groove with raw percussion and pent of rave energy. On the flip is the Yellow Sub mix, which has some new age melodies and raw breakbeats, perfect to be played loud and now reissued with new artwork.
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 in stock $17.39
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Strano EP
Strano EP (12")
Cat: SMI 011.
 
Techno
Down To The Moon
Dolphin Dance
Alvorada
Les Architectes Du Temps
Alvorada (E-Talking remix)
Review: Offering five tracks of captivating Italian techno and trance, JP Energy's Strano EP, resurfaces with a timeless allure, Originating from 1993 Italy, Side-1 opens with 'Down To The Moon,' exuding early 90s trance and techno vibes, hinting at the emergence of intelligent techno that later evolved into IDM. With celestial undertones, it sets a hypnotic tone. Following is 'Dolphin Dance,' blending techno with shades of darker 80s Italo house, crafting a compelling sonic journey. Flipping to Side 2, 'Alvorada' unfolds as a smooth, ambient techno gem, showcasing melodic intricacies that enchant the listener. The EP concludes with the E-Talking remix of 'Alvorada,' displaying a fresh and updated interpretation of the original. This remix maintains the track's smoothness while injecting
a contemporary flair. Overall, Strano EP is a great example at a timeless sound that is being enjoyed today.
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I Feel It (remastered)
Cat: SMI 003. Rel: 22 Jun 23
 
Techno
I Feel It (fast Forward mix) (6:54)
I Feel It (No Beat mix) (6:57)
I Feel It (Trent remix) (7:00)
I Feel It (Juan Ramos remix) (6:16)
Review: 'I Feel It' might sound contemporary, but it's actually a classic track by Nux Nemo, a Belgian producer active in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and a favourite of the raunchy XXP Records who released the gem in 1992. A seminal example of Belgian new beat, one of the many precursory building blocks of trance, both the original 'Fast Forward' and 'No Beat' mixes of the track are breaks-driven entrainers, and feature the unmistakable "hypnotise me" vocal sample heard in a great many dance tracks of the same ilk, to this day. The track features a hypnotic groove, distorted vocals, acid synths, and industrial sounds. Now comes the reissue, with two mega-fresh versions by Trent and Juan Ramos, who help push it forward for the Sound Migration series.
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 in stock $20.24
Gonzo Goa: Party Music 87-94
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Gonzo Goa: Party Music 87-94 (gatefold 2xLP + poster)
Cat: SMI 002. Rel: 23 May 23
 
Techno
Mindfield - "Saturnalia 4" (7:56)
Apostolis - "Clock Croc" (House Quickly mix) (7:19)
FUSE - "FU2" (Re edit) (5:25)
Peyote - "Alcatraz" (7:02)
Psyche - "The Saint Became A Lush" (6:25)
Man With No Name - "From Within" (5:23)
Zen - "Solar Data" (extended Tribal mix) (5:17)
Francesco Farfa & Joy Kitikonti - "Beat Control" (Siena mix I) (8:14)
Public Relation - "Eighty Eight" (instrumental) (4:35)
Ghostdance - "Ghostbeat" (New Beat mix) (5:05)
Chris & Cosey - "Exotika" (12" remix) (6:00)
Review: For their second release, Sound Migration has taken a deep dive into the music that soundtracked the infamous Goa party scene - initially populated by exiled hippies, but later a holiday haven for British E casualties and young Israeli ravers - between 1987 and 94. The tracks were chosen by scene stalwart (and key DJ) Ray Castle, making the blend of post-industrial EBM, early trance, new beat, formative progressive house and acid techno accurate and authentic. It's a fantastic musical snapshot that surprisingly sounds fresh and contemporary, with our picks of a very strong bunch including the bustling brilliance of FUSE's 'FU (2) (Re-Edit)', the glassy-eyed Euro synth-pop chug of Psyche's 'The Saint Became A Lush', the dreamy-but-acidic colour of Man With No Name's 'From Within', and the foreboding new beat shuffle of Public Relation's 'Eighty Eight (Instrumental)'.
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 in stock $35.55
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