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Pulsdisco (12")
Cat: SUCTION 030. Rel: 16 Jan 15
Electro
  1. Betong
  2. Pulsdisco 1
  3. Deffad
  4. Pulsdisco 2
  5. Stalull
  6. Som Rakblad
Review: Known for his role in The Pain Machinery and Severe Illusion, Stockholm native Anders Karlsson has more recently begun to explore similar strands of industrial and EBM in a solo capacity as Celldod, issuing several limited cassettes over the course of 2014. Those without the facilities to consume cassettes will be happy to see some of this Celldod material now issued on vinyl thanks to the efforts of Canadian label Suction Records. Some six tracks deep, Pulsdisco features material from the two cassettes of the same name Karlsson released last year and those that like their EBM minimalist and without vocals will find plenty to enjoy here.
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 in stock $15.67
Cat: SUCTION 033. Rel: 17 Nov 15
Electro
  1. Svart Magi (3:30)
  2. Forortsangest (4:08)
  3. Jag Vet Att Du Vet (1:11)
  4. Impulskontroll (4:15)
  5. Under Press (4:11)
  6. Allting Faller (4:11)
  7. Stormens Oga (1:19)
  8. Kognitiv Forvarnanginig (4:33)
Review: Anders Karlsson's Celldod project has earned the artist plenty of attention from our end over the last year, because we just love the way that he mixes up EBM with industrial and techno; call us old fashioned but that it exactly our bit of fun. He's back on Canada's Suction imprint and he's in the same mood that we left his in a few months ago: these tracks are all stand-out but if you asked us, we'd pick the opener "Svart Magi" for its deliciously wonky bassline, the brooding, pseudo electro of "Impulskontroll", "Under Press" and its harsh techno tone, and the beatless howls of "Stormens Oga". This is heavily recommended, people!
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Cat: SUCTION 033CD. Rel: 17 Nov 15
Electro
  1. Stormens Oga
  2. Svart Magi
  3. Forortsangest
  4. Jag Vet Att Du Vet
  5. Impulskontroll
  6. Granskontroll (CD exclusive)
  7. Under Press
  8. Allting Faller
  9. Ogon I Nacken (CD exclusive)
  10. Antimateria (CD exclusive)
  11. Frater (CD exclusive)
  12. Stalull (bonus track)
  13. Betong (bonus track)
  14. Pulsedisco 1 (bonus track)
  15. Deffad (bonus track)
  16. Pulsedisco 2 (bonus track)
  17. Sam Rakblad (bonus track)
Review: Despite the hard-to-pronounce title, this debut solo album from Scandinavian electro sort Celldod is something of a sparkly treat. For the most part, it sits somewhere between the darker, macabre sound of electro noir (and, on the freakish "Orgen I Neckon", clandestine ambience), and a bolder, more dancefloor-friendly take on the style. His style tends towards the bubbly and undulating, with bold synth lines stretching out across mechanical rhythms, body-popping beats and rolling analogue grooves. This CD version of the album contains a number of bonus cuts, including the horror-fixated, electroclash style darkness of "Frater", and the Drexciyan intensity of "Betong".
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 in stock $10.02
Cat: SUCTION 024CD. Rel: 28 Nov 12
Coldwave/Synth
  1. The Diesquad
  2. Im/Ex
  3. Climatic Nouveaux
  4. Conversation Between Units
  5. Geometry
  6. StatiCarnival
  7. Symphony Of Shudders
  8. A Grey Man
  9. Footsteps In The Fog
  10. Ringing In The Sane
  11. Trio
  12. Gestures
  13. Little Tune (Warlike)
  14. Dig That Crazy Beat
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Cat: SUCTION 039. Rel: 21 Jun 17
Industrial/Noise
  1. Somewhere In Time (6:37)
  2. Ro-hn (5:10)
  3. Skrakt (3:20)
  4. Diagram XI (3:58)
  5. Diagram VII (Milk mix) (5:43)
  6. Diagram VII (80's mix) (5:22)
Review: Brothers Fabio and Marco D'Arcangelo can trace their roots back to Rome's industrial techno revolution of the early 1990s, but are arguably best known for their frequent outings on Rephlex. This EP originally came out on Richard D James and Grant Wilson-Claridge's imprint way back in 1996, when they were still beginning their musical journey. It remains a blisteringly good six-tracker, with highlights including the raw, Aphex Twin-influenced "Somewhere in Time", the guttural, fuzz-drenched post-electro rhythms and Kraftwerk bleeps of "Diagram VII (Milk Mix)", and the pleasingly skuzzy industrial hip-hop of "Skrakt". Arguably best of all, though, is the shimmering "80s Mix" of "Diagram 7", which recasts the track as a melodic chunk of funk-fuelled electro.
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Cat: SUCTION 045. Rel: 30 Jul 18
Electro
  1. Main Theme
  2. Somewhere In Time
  3. Ro-Hn
  4. Scrakt
  5. Diagram XI
  6. Diagram VII
  7. Diagram VII (80s mix)
  8. Callying Sybil
  9. AOM*2
  10. Qabbalah
  11. Diagram V
  12. Diagram IX
  13. Diagram XXIII
  14. Wane (reprise)
Review: Earlier this year, Italian electronica veterans Fabrizio and Marco D'Arcangelo returned to action with a 12" on Happy Skull that marked their first new material for three years. We're told there's more to come, but here they revisit their past, delivering a compilation that includes their sought-after 1996 debut EP for Rephlex in its entirety, plus two fresh cuts (opener "Main Theme" and closer "Wane (Reprise)" and a swathe of tracks recorded in the late '90s for an aborted follow-up to their lauded first 12". Heavily influenced by Aphex Twin, industrial techno, twisted ambient and what would later become known as "Braindance", the material remains breathlessly imaginative and otherworldly all these years on. If anything, it's a master class in cutting edge electronica.
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Cat: SUCTION 036. Rel: 17 Nov 15
Electro
  1. Work Terminal (4:18)
  2. Work Terminal (OH revision) (6:53)
  3. Work Terminal (Solvent version) (7:11)
  4. Work Terminal (Metro Tekno version) (6:31)
Review: Digital Poodle are one of those outfits from the 1980's who happened to stumble onto techno by accident, focusing on making deadly, driving songs rather than fitting into a genre or style. Alongside them there are the likes of Psychik Warriors Ov Goia and a few others, but this stuff is pretty damn hard to come by, and releases like this are few and far between. The impressive Suction label out of Canada has decided to reissue their "Work Terminal" tune - a screeching, venomous bit of screamo EBM - backed by a trio of remixes. OH transform "Work Terminal" into a more direct techno bullet with subtle swarms of the original's screams, while Solvent give it a more aggressive reshape a-la electro. It's the Metro Tekno version that gets our attention, though, and those heavy percussion patterns must surely be total winners on the sound system.
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Cat: SUCTION 046. Rel: 08 Jun 18
Electro
  1. ARP 294MS (4:51)
  2. MV37 (3:21)
  3. Study For Arp & Other Synthesizers (2:59)
  4. Favourable Report (4:04)
  5. Hypersensitivity (3:36)
  6. Blood (2:05)
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Test(e) (2xLP + insert)
Cat: SUCTION 048. Rel: 06 Aug 19
Electro
  1. Wrinkle (6:41)
  2. Sieve (6:11)
  3. Blind (2:43)
  4. Agamemnon (4:27)
  5. Angel (3:54)
  6. Polychromerats (8:17)
  7. Residue (7:43)
  8. Foible (3:32)
  9. Hovercraft (4:10)
  10. Lungs Of The Clock (6:52)
  11. Dust (9:31)
Review: Veteran Toronto-based producer Gregory de Rocher's career spans over 20 years, where he has released on the likes of City Centre Offices, Ersatz Audio and his own Suction Records - which he co-founded in 1997 with like-minded producer Jason Amm (aka Solvent). They present a collection of salvaged tape recordings from 1996 under de Rocher's lesser known Pest(e) moniker. A fascinating assortment of analogue electronics originally intended as a demo, it was at one point almost released on seminal UK label Skam but de Rocher ended up releasing it himself under the Lowfish alias - this being his debut album under the moniker. He uses broad strokes to paint a picture across the various tracks: from the jungle reductions of "Sieve", cosmic electro of "Agamemnon", to the evocative IDM trip of "Polychromerats" and hypnotic drone piece "Lungs Of The Clock".
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Played by: M50
 in stock $26.70
Cat: SUCTION 042. Rel: 05 Jan 18
Electro
  1. Themis
  2. 101 Acid Power
  3. Sys.rx.3.a006
  4. The Quest For Ganymede
  5. MASS
  6. Saiph
  7. 7-b7
  8. Clinch
  9. Rx-algorythm 303
  10. Broken Cell Tower
  11. Transmission
  12. Return To Base Station
  13. Nerve Pinch
 in stock $11.81
Serenity (2xLP + insert)
Cat: SUCTION 050. Rel: 11 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Serenity (4:50)
  2. FM Bells (4:06)
  3. Many Expectations (5:46)
  4. 7-b01 (4:54)
  5. Self Destructing Asteroid (3:45)
  6. Isidis Panetia (4:36)
  7. Hearts Utd (5:47)
  8. RX-Generator (4:52)
  9. Zesnulzesbeezes (5:11)
  10. Sunset 101 (4:32)
  11. Angry Tin Can (3:10)
  12. Sys.rx.7.a009 (3:50)
  13. Goodbye A6 (4:09)
Review: Last March Suction Records released "Dopamine", an album of unreleased late 1990s recordings by obscure and arguably overlooked Dutch producer Erik Jong AKA RX 101. "Serenity", the sequel, was compiled from tapes of tracks recorded in the same period. It's a little different to its predecessor, offering creepier, drowsier melodies and far more robust, redlined beats - the kind of metallic, mutant IDM drums associated with the mid-to-late 1990s output of both Autechre and Aphex Twin. The quality threshold remains high throughout, making us wonder why Jong's inspired creations weren't released when he made them. Whatever the reason, it's great that we now get to wallow in his soon-to-be-classic 90s IDM treats.
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Serenity (CD)
Cat: SUCTION 050CD. Rel: 27 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Serenity
  2. FM Bells
  3. Many Expectations
  4. 7-b01
  5. Self Destructing Asteroid
  6. Isidis Planetia
  7. Hearts Utd
  8. RX-Generator
  9. Zesnulzesbeezes
  10. Sunset 101
  11. Angry Tin Can
  12. Sys.rx.7.a009
  13. Goodbye A6
Review: Last March Suction Records released "Dopamine", an album of unreleased late 1990s recordings by obscure and arguably overlooked Dutch producer Erik Jong AKA RX 101. "Serenity", the sequel, was compiled from tapes of tracks recorded in the same period. It's a little different to its predecessor, offering creepier, drowsier melodies and far more robust, redlined beats - the kind of metallic, mutant IDM drums associated with the mid-to-late 1990s output of both Autechre and Aphex Twin. The quality threshold remains high throughout, making us wonder why Jong's inspired creations weren't released when he made them. Whatever the reason, it's great that we now get to wallow in his soon-to-be-classic 90s IDM treats.
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Postcards (LP)
Cat: SUCTION 028. Rel: 07 Oct 14
Electro
  1. Trains & Lines
  2. Perseids Over Greenwich
  3. No, Thank You
  4. Degrees Of Frost
  5. British Cottages
  6. Postcards
  7. Seven
  8. Lost & Lonesome
  9. Six
  10. Aught
Review: The name Roger Semsroth will be eminently familiar to fans of monotonal, bleep laden techno thanks to his canon of material as Sleeparchive for his own label, Tresor, Repitch and more. Prior to becoming the staple of Berlin techno he now is, Semsroth was creating child like melodies and toy tones as Skanfrom, a project which now returns to Jason Amm's Suction Records for the first time in 12 years. Combine themes tunes and motifs from the original Zelda video game with the sounds of older Rephlex and Skam Records and you are somewhere close to understanding what Postcards, this new Skanfrom album, sounds like.
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Cat: SUCTION 027. Rel: 27 Oct 14
Techno
  1. Elephant Generators (Chris Carter remix)
  2. Burn The Tables (Orphx remix)
  3. Quantimations (Bronze Teeth remix)
  4. King Vincent (Martial Canterel remix)
Review: Toronto label Suction return to New Ways, the latest LP from co-founder Jason "Solvent" Amm which was released earlier this year with an EP of remixes from some high grade artists. In original form New Ways was the soundtrack to I Dream Of Wires, the excellent documentary on modular synthesis, and was one of those rare LPs that's equally suited for the dancefloor and home listening. Here the likes of Chris Carter, Orphx, Bronze Teeth and Martial Canterel are let loose on the LP and there's a clear arc in intensity over the four remixes. As you'd expect "Burn The Tables" (Orphx remix) is totally suited to peak time techno deployment where as the three other revisions that sit either side take Solvent into more contemplative and abstract territory - the Bronze Tooth take being our favourite.
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Played by: Marcel Heese
 in stock $15.15
Cat: SUCTION 025B. Rel: 04 Nov 15
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Themogene (I Dream Of Wires Theme)
  2. Transfer Function
  3. Quantimations
  4. Sender
  5. Wow
  6. Elephant Generators
  7. Burn The Tables
  8. Pattern Recognition
  9. King Vincent
  10. Bucket Brigade
  11. LPGs Over Hawaii
  12. Transfer Function (reprise)
  13. Subharmonics
  14. Clustering
  15. Hadron
  16. Small & Efficient
  17. ModDub
  18. Interstitial C
  19. King Vincent (Wrangler remix)
  20. Sender (Interval remix)
  21. Elephant Generators (Chris Carter remix)
  22. Burn The Tables (Orphx remix)
  23. Quantimations (Bronze Teeth remix)
  24. King Vincent (Martial Canterel remix)
  25. Fasten
  26. Tassels
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New Ways: Addendum (grey vinyl 12" + sticker limited to 80 copies)
Cat: SUCTION 031GREY. Rel: 18 Mar 16
Electro
  1. King Vincent (Wrangler remix) (4:03)
  2. Sender (Interval remix) (3:44)
  3. Wow (1:57)
  4. Clustering (4:37)
  5. Hadron (4:25)
  6. Subharmonics (edit) (4:10)
Review: Grey Edition: If you've seen the Modular synth documentary I Dream of Wires, you'll have been suitably impressed with the soundtrack provided courtesy of Suction Records boss Solvent. Whilst there was a double LP edition of the soundtrack, it didn't feature all the music Solvent had recorded for the documentary. That has now been remedied as Suction lay out this limited addendum 12" (available in three different colours of vinyl) consisting of previously digital only cuts and some fresh remixes. The DJs out there will be happy to see techno cut "Hadron" make the 12" upgrade, whilst the remix of "King Vincent" from Wrangler (featuring Cabaret Voltaire founder Stephen Mallinder) is equally floor-focused. Do check the other remix, of "Sender", which sees Todd Sines adopting his Interval alias for some unsettling modular sonics!!
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New Ways: Addendum (clear vinyl 12" + sticker limited to 80 copies)
Cat: SUCTION 031CLEAR. Rel: 18 Mar 16
Electro
  1. King Vincent (Wrangler remix) (4:03)
  2. Sender (Interval remix) (3:44)
  3. Wow (1:57)
  4. Clustering (4:37)
  5. Hadron (4:25)
  6. Subharmonics (edit) (4:10)
Review: Clear Edition: If you've seen the Modular synth documentary I Dream of Wires, you'll have been suitably impressed with the soundtrack provided courtesy of Suction Records boss Solvent. Whilst there was a double LP edition of the soundtrack, it didn't feature all the music Solvent had recorded for the documentary. That has now been remedied as Suction lay out this limited addendum 12" (available in three different colours of vinyl) consisting of previously digital only cuts and some fresh remixes. The DJs out there will be happy to see techno cut "Hadron" make the 12" upgrade, whilst the remix of "King Vincent" from Wrangler (featuring Cabaret Voltaire founder Stephen Mallinder) is equally floor-focused. Do check the other remix, of "Sender", which sees Todd Sines adopting his Interval alias for some unsettling modular sonics!!
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Cat: WSM 002V. Rel: 16 Apr 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Silver Apples Of The Moon (part 1) (16:36)
  2. Silver Apples Of The Moon (part 2) (15:00)
 in stock $27.99
Cat: SUCTION 049. Rel: 17 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Baby Love (1:56)
  2. Do The Spider Shimmy (2:37)
  3. Never Look Back (2:54)
  4. You C'n’t Stand On Broken Shoes (3:05)
  5. Choice Curve (2:53)
  6. The Peeper (2:56)
Review: Throughout his career, L.I.E.S. regular Beau Wanzer has proved adept at delivering decidedly fuzzy, lo-fi workouts that variously draw influence from industrial, EBM, techno and electro. He's at it again on "Do The Spider Shimmy", a tidy ten-inch containing six wonderfully wayward cuts. It's a noticeably stripped-back affair, with most of the cuts existing of little more than sparse but heavy basslines, occasional electronics, minimalist electro beats and the odd droning, stylized vocal. Highlights come thick and fast, from the gently spacey synth-scape "Never Look Back" and the buzzing simplicity of "You Can't Stand On Broken Shoes", to the lo-fi no wave pop of "Choice Curve" and the raw, laid back electro sleaze of the title track.
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Played by: Ali Renault
 in stock $12.84
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