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Like A Freak Machine
Cat: TERM 221. Rel: 27 Sep 23
 
Techno
Like A Freak Machine (Ramon Tapia remix) (6:49)
Like A Freak Machine (7:51)
Work For Me (5:54)
 in stock $16.96
Switch (Alex Stein remix)
Cat: TERM 223. Rel: 06 Jul 23
 
Techno
Switch (Alex Stein remix) (6:43)
Switch (remastered) (8:05)
 in stock $16.69
Nothing But Love
Cat: TERM 230. Rel: 16 May 24
 
Techno
Nothing But Love (6:52)
Heelix (6:34)
New System (6:36)
 in stock $14.26
Stargate
Stargate (12")
Cat: TERM 217. Rel: 17 Jan 23
 
Techno
Stargate (6:23)
No Limit (6:02)
Hyper Tonic (6:06)
 in stock $16.42
In Memoro Remixes Part I
Cat: TERM 234. Rel: 10 Jul 24
 
Techno
Wasted (Bart Skils remix) (6:19)
Bassdrone (Teenage Mutants remix) (6:33)
Review: Joyhauser's In Memoro has been taken apart for a new selection of remixes on the Terminal M label. First up is Dutch legend Bart Skills with a rework of 'Wasted' that brings out the eerie late night vibes, layers in some flashy trance-tinged synths and lets the raw drums roll. flip it over and you'll find 'Bassdrone' remixed by Teenage Mutants. It's another cut that straddles several worlds - trance, techno and hard techno all come together here with dystopian energy, underlapping drum darkness and bright synths to get hands in the air.
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Systolic
Systolic (12")
Cat: TERM 228. Rel: 28 Feb 24
 
Techno
Systolic (6:48)
Ascesis (6:33)
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Imagination
Cat: TERM 226. Rel: 24 Oct 23
 
Techno
Imagination (6:39)
Cycle Of Life (7:37)
Review: Monika Kruse's Terminal M is the sort of label that serves up functional techno that keeps DJs with plenty of weekend weapons without ever really getting any headiness. It is Kaspar who does the basics well here with two tracks that do very different things. First up is 'Imagination' which layers up hands in the air synths over patient, slow burning beats that will cast a real spell on a crowd before things get too steamy. And then on the flip is the banger - 'Cycle Of Life' has darker energy, slamming drums, raw and pixelated leads that never stop twisting and turning.
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The Awakening
Cat: TERM 233. Rel: 03 Jun 24
 
Techno
The Awakening (6:40)
Drum Control (5:55)
Review: Colossal-room techno from Terminal M's Kaspar, the German producer rising to mountainous heights almost as sublime as the music he makes. 'The Awakening' is an impressive exercise in held breaths, seatbelt-fastenings and tense contrasts, with the title track spending ample time on a highpassed kickdrum-to-trance lead buildup before dropping into a vibe-switching, Reese-fronted gulf of awe. 'Drum Control', meanwhile, fits in an unusual set of rhythms and percussive sounds to the otherwise adhered-to 'drum code', testing the listener and/or club-goer with syncopated, long-release snares and knocks.
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FORTHCOMING
Bangers Vol 9
Cat: TERM 235. Rel: 31 Dec 24
 
Techno
Kaspar - "Sunshine & Rainbows"
Mark Reeve - "Move Up"
Drunken Kong - "The Final Night"
Zafer Atabey - "Align"
Review: Massively motivational big-room techno truncators here from Germany's Terminal M. Towering over the rave with an august majesty, we kick off with Kaspar's Rocky-sampling 'Sunshine & Rainbows', which overloads the dance with extra-layered sixteenth progressions and infra-textured stabs. Then come Mark Reeve's 'Move Up' and Drunken Kong's 'The Final Night', equal parts devilishly energizing - Belze-bubblers - before a thoroughgoing sendoff from Zafer Atabey with 'Align', which has a paradoxically calming feel, post-drop. Four select cuts from an expanded 10-track compilation, the aptly named 'Bangers Vol. 9' is sure to pulverise you to mash.
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Bangers Vol 8
Cat: TERM 225. Rel: 19 Sep 23
 
Techno
Kaspar - "Since 94" (6:59)
Zajon - "Fierce Pain" (6:05)
Skober - "Spiritual Experience" (6:11)
Julien Riess - "Take You Higher" (6:17)
Review: With a name like the 'Bangers' series, one can only guess what you're in for. This is the eighth installment in the series from Terminal M, the German label run by techno fiend Monika Kruse. This four-track EP compilation - and there are many more where it came from - reinforces the most hardened cores of the German underground, whether they manifest as mystic darkside trance (Zajon's 'Fierce Pain') or verging-on-hardstyle apocalypses (Kaspar's 'Since 94').
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FORTHCOMING
Latin Lovers
Cat: TERM 236. Rel: 31 Dec 24
 
Techno
Latin Lovers (Joyhauser remix)
Violet (Ilija Djokovic remix)
Latin Lovers (2004 version)
Review: Monika Kruse has always operated on the darker end of the minimal techno spectrum, as has her long running and influential label Terminal M. Now the boss is back with a new EP that presents a 2004 version of her classic 'Latin Lovers.' It's a percussive jumble - a steamy and exotic track laden with poly-rhythms and chasing vocals. A Joyhauser remix ups the pace and makes it into speedy techno while Ilija Djokovic flips 'Violet' into a moody, synth-laced cut full of epic breakdowns and prog drama.
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est. release 31 Dec 24 $16.13
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Flashback 98
Cat: TERM 231. Rel: 18 Apr 24
 
Techno
Flashback 98 (6:36)
Silver Spark (6:29)
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Body Control
Cat: TERM 229. Rel: 20 Mar 24
 
Techno
Body Control (6:34)
Generation (5:43)
Imagine (6:06)
Played by: Rave Energy
 in stock $16.42
Delusion
Delusion (12")
Cat: TERM 232. Rel: 23 May 24
 
Uplifting Trance
Delusion (5:12)
The Leap (5:44)
Review: Alex Stein's Delusion EP is a sonic rollercoaster of techno innovation. 'Delusion' thrusts listeners into a mesmerizing fusion of heavy techno and trance, dominating the main floor with its colossal sound. The bone-crushing bassline anchors the track, while its futuristic undertones flirt with psy trance, creating a vortex of heavy beats and hypnotic rhythms. On 'The Leap', Stein delves deeper into the realms of acid techno, crafting an intense journey tailor-made for massive rave mainstages. The track's monumental build-up crescendos to euphoric heights, setting dancefloors ablaze with relentless energy. Stein's mastery in constructing immersive soundscapes is evident, ensuring 'The Leap' will leave an indelible mark on the techno scene with its head-turning beats and futuristic allure, sheer intensity and sonic complexities.
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