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Envy Turned Curiosity EP
Cat: TTT 065. Rel: 01 May 18
  1. Money Between Friends (8:00)
  2. Envy Turned Curiousity (6:05)
  3. Deepstate Riddim (4:38)
  4. Designer Life (6:48)
Review: Exotic Dance Records founder J.Albert has been scouted out by Will Bankhead for the man's The Trilogy Tapes imprint, and we have to say that this feels like the perfect match. Both the label and the artist have a knack for the unexpected, with the former having released an infinite multitude of electronic genres and the latter twisting and turning between techno, electro, and something undefinable. Made up of glitchy breaks and surreal waves of electornic dust, "Money Between Friends" and "Envy Turned Curiosity" both exude an industrial dubbiness that is rarely achieved by others. On the B-side, "Deepstate Riddim" is some neo-jungle badness that evolves the genre magnificently, and "Designer Life" ends on a more sinister note, launching a minimal wave of electronics surrounded by warm blasts of sub-bass. Recommended, naturally...
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Blue Pedro
Cat: TTT 058. Rel: 06 Jul 17
  1. Blue Pedro (5:10)
  2. Muy Quimeda (4:37)
  3. Spin2Glory (6:16)
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Pulse (12")
Cat: TTT 057. Rel: 13 Mar 17
  1. Pulse (16:53)
  2. High (17:38)
Review: The partnership of Kassem Mosse and Beatrice Dillon; Dillon Wendel is a place for the two respected artists to explore soundscapes, aesthetics and synthesis in pastures aeons away from the dancefloors they're most familiar with. Both compositions weighing in over 15 minutes, they're experiences which challenge form and convention; "Pulse" ripples with its namesake, a texture that buzzes and drones in endless waves while "High" mutates a warmer, grainer tone with dizzying effect.
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Played by: Medlar
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4 Letter Word
Cat: TTT 086. Rel: 06 Dec 19
  1. 4 Letter Word (6:33)
  2. Sail (6:57)
  3. Horn (7:25)
  4. Bonus Beats (4:01)
Played by: Yuzo Iwata
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Geo Rip
Geo Rip (12")
Cat: TTT 096. Rel: 02 Feb 22
  1. Drop In Center (7:48)
  2. Nah Press Fake Text (4:16)
  3. Tooni (4:59)
  4. Underwater Bodycam (6:24)
Review: Geo Rip is the trio of Aaron Leitko, John Calvin Jones and Mike Petillo who made their debut four years ago with a cassette release on U-Udios out of Takoma Park, MD (USA). Their eponymously titled sophomore effort here on The Trilogy Tapes features four experimental cuts, all said to be improvised live-to-tape. From the wonky electronics and splintered beats of opening track "Drop In Center" leading into the off-kilter deepness of "Nah Press Fake Text", their sound then diverts into more electro (-ish) sounding territory on woozy B2 track "Underwater Bodycam".
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Unidentified Ensemble Plays Harmonious Thelonious
  1. Women's Chorus From The Region Of... (6:55)
  2. Halb Ding (5:39)
  3. Delusion (version II) (6:37)
  4. Unidentified Soundtrack (6:26)
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Profile Eterna
Cat: TTT 098. Rel: 16 Mar 22
  1. Plotlined (12:50)
  2. Space Planar (14:16)
Review: Next up on TTT is New York city-based DJ/producer Kiki Kudo with her fourth release which follows up some great ones on local label Incienso, as well as Good Morning Tapes and Zero Balance. There's two terrific tracks featured on both sides of the Profile Eterna 12". On the first side we have the dreamy polyrhythmic bliss of "Plotlined" which would be perfect to play as the early morning lights creep in through the blinds, while B side cut "Space Planar" is equally hypnotic, but this one's really off-kilter - and still worthy of playing at the after party too.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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Mirvariates (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: TTT 066. Rel: 10 Jul 18
  1. Cirrension (5:16)
  2. Teleric (6:38)
  3. Vase Weight Re-Route (8:23)
  4. Aridtaq (5:04)
  5. Subaltic Render (9:28)
  6. Irindicnt (6:16)
  7. Speculen (8:15)
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Masse Metal
Cat: TTT 085. Rel: 22 May 20
  1. Stroyevaya (3:24)
  2. The Great Snare Of Doom (3:32)
  3. 302 (4:53)
  4. The Desert Symphony (6:41)
  5. Distant Rave '42 (4:24)
  6. The Stepper (2:36)
  7. Metal Ambience II (5:12)
  8. Suburban Tribal (6:07)
  9. Tone Island (3:45)
  10. Industry Machine '87 (4:02)
  11. 202 (4:12)
  12. Black Sea (4:05)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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Hollywood EP #1
Cat: TTT 056. Rel: 13 Feb 18
  1. Snow Ball (5:17)
  2. Smart Ball (5:53)
  3. Smooth Motion (5:05)
  4. Look Back Motion (5:11)
Review: DJ Nobu & NHK yx Koyxen new MTV moniker is something only The Trilogy Tapes could come up with, and it's another fine addition to the label's infamous web blog, which contains all sorts of outlandish sounds from every corner of the globe. "Snow Ball" and "Smart Ball", on the A-side, are two sides of the same coin; the former bleeps placidly to an eerie groove of molecular hypnotics, while the latter enters the rave with a slow yet brutalist assortment of bass bumps. "Smooth Motion" is a fuzzy, imperceptible techno experiment in the same style as Thomas Brinkmann's oddities, and "Look Back Motion" rattles an itchy, acid-driven stomper over a bare-bones groove that has TTT stamped all over it. That artwork, too...
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El Portal
El Portal (12")
Cat: TTT 008. Rel: 14 Mar 13
  1. El Portal
  2. Pueblo
  3. Busy Signal
  4. La Cuarta
Review: Dat boy u know as Anthony Naples adds The Trilogy Tapes to his growing impressive discography with the superb El Portal EP. It only seems like last week Naples appeared out of nowhere with the modern classic Mad Disrespect EP for Mr Saturday Night and since then his rise has been meteoric, remixing Four Tet, gracing Opal Tapes, founding his own Proibito label and dropping another slayer for Mr Harkin and Mr Carter. Adding Will Bankhead's supreme TTT operation to his arsenal is a true statement and this is impressive stuff; doling out raw abstract deep house that threatens to swell over on the title track, while "Pueblo" provides a rough downtempo rhythm whose scrappy hi-hats come laden with funk and a jazzy piano refrain. On the flip, "Busy Signal" provides house track whose sweet chords are counterbalanced by a particularly driving rhythm. Watch out for the Fleetwood Mac drop too!
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Zipacon (12")
Cat: TTT 026. Rel: 06 Aug 14
Deep House
  1. Perro
  2. Zipacon
  3. More Problem
  4. Crazy Spirit
Review: The boy Naples hooks up with Bankhead again for what looks and sounds like a sequel to last year's much loved El Portal 12" for The Trilogy Tapes. Apparently named in honour of the hospitable reception young Anthony received whilst playing a party in the Columbian town of Zipacon, this four track release opens with "Perron" which sounds like previous Naples hit "Busy Signal" hollowed out. From here, "Zipacon" feels like a real high point with fizzing, intricate drum patterns and a warbling pad line that really captivates. Flipside cut "More Problem" offers a undeniably booming interlude before Naples gets really bugged out on the excellent "Crazy Spirit".
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Polychrome Swim
Polychrome Swim (limited 12")
Cat: TTT 092. Rel: 06 Oct 20
  1. Harajuku Girls (8:16)
  2. Yurei (3:54)
  3. Aqua Surge (7:31)
Review: Fresh from a superb outing on Wisdom Teeth (the wonderfully deep and meditative Terrapin EP), Dwayne Parris-Robinson returns to The Trilogy Tapes for the first time in three years. A-side 'Harajuku Girls' boasts just the right blend of melodic accessibility, dancefloor weight and rhythmic ingenuity, with the Bristol-based producer wrapping a jumpy, UK-funky influenced beat in rumbling bass, fluttering synthesizer motifs and cut-up vocal snippets. He gets dreamier on side B, first combining crunchy, post D&B-beats with seductive ambient chords and chiming melodies on 'Yurei', before brilliantly combining barking dogs, twinkling electronics, hazy chords and dubbed-out breakbeat hardcore beats on the equally as impressive 'Aqua Surge'.
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Played by: Wes Baggaley
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Morning Routine
Morning Routine (hand-stamped 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: TTT 075. Rel: 28 Oct 19
  1. Cock-A-Doodle-Do (4:17)
  2. Sweatpants (3:30)
  3. Tabi Shoes (4:23)
  4. Exfolio (3:23)
Review: Qoso is a Paris-based producer who has previously released on In Paradisum and collaborated with Low Jack. The latter reference should give you a hint as what to expect from "Morning Routine", a four-track missive of experimental electronica and mutant techno that tends towards the fuzzy, clanking and otherworldly. There's much to enjoy, from the spaced-out Autechre-in-dub flex of "Sweatpants" and the quirky combination of twittering synth lines, post-electro beats and rumbling bass that is "Tabi Shoes", to the fizzing electronics and galloping machine beats of closing cut "Exfolio". Spacey, acid-fired opener "Cock-A-Doodle-Do", where military machine drum snares, foreboding bass and subtle acid lines catch the ear, is also pretty darn good.
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Time Travel
Cat: TTT 084. Rel: 13 Mar 20
  1. Time Travel (2:52)
  2. Eat Grass (5:24)
  3. Your Workings (3:47)
  4. Not Buoyant (4:14)
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Burglar Loops EP
Cat: TTT 010. Rel: 03 Jul 13
  1. Cleric
  2. Groin Boils
  3. Burgular Loops
  4. Drakkhen & Bley
Review: The Trilogy Tapes label signal the start of a potentially devastating series of releases with the Burglar Loops EP from Tuff Sherm, the slightly less leaned on production alias of Eugene Hector, the tireless Australian producer known to most as Dro Carey. Hector's appeared on Will Bankhead's label under both aliases previously, most recently under the Tuff Sherm banner with the Pharmacy EP, whose understated take on house music has shades of Kassem Mosse's monochromatic productions. Hector is seemingly in a much rowdier mood here as the opening track "Cleric" demonstrates, seemingly culling influences from the last decade of niche house movements and cramming them in the spaces between a booming kick drum. Elsewhere, the title track sees Sherm opt for the abstract approach with a vocal sample that lends the production a certain degree of ghetto roughness that doesn't detract from it's overall affecting nature. With 12"s from _moonraker, DJ Spider & Marshalitto and obscure Youtube presence Rezettstill to come it feels like 2013 is going to be The Trilogy Tapes finest year thus far.
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