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Dorian Blue
Dorian Blue (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: THEMA 049.
  1. Kombination 100
  2. Dorian Blue
  3. In Time (The Brooklyn edit)
  4. Rhythm (Is Life edit)
Review: "In his long career as a pioneer of sound, The Advent has become a legend in every sense of the word. Back with a new offering for our revamping of Thema Recordings, ""Dorian Blue"" is the sound of an artist who truly hasn't lost their stride. Never afraid to bend around genres and cliches, he throws the whole of dance music history into a blender. As he is known for, The Advent breathes new life into different versions of his tracks, with back-splitting electro to 909 workouts that will leave your feet throbbing for more. We here at Thema are honored to work with such a master to help get us in touch with our roots. Play it loud, play it fast.
Text by: Nathan Levenson"

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Cat: THEMA 045. Rel: 22 Jan 18
  1. Peligro 45 (6:43)
  2. Song Of Antares (6:01)
  3. Rodger Dodger (5:03)
  4. Train To The Fire (7:10)
Review: REPRESS! Sometimes there is a sound that lifts you so high you can't possibly come down. It's the kind of sound that many strive for, but few can ever reach. UK mainstay Aubrey has been hitting this pinnacle for years through his releases on renowned imprints such as Metroplex, Ostgut Ton, and Skudge, as well as his very own Solid Groove Records. "The Reflection" EP comes as no exception. As only a DJ and Producer of his stature can do, Aubrey goes above and beyond to take the listener through a spectrum of moods that culminate in a rounded and complex experience. From the uplifting, fast paced pads in "Peligro 45" to the disorienting rhythmic voodoo of "Roger Doger" and peak energy drive of "Train To The Fire" there is a sense of direction and otherworldly ambiance that will take any dance floor to the place it needs to be.
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Cat: THEMA 043. Rel: 22 Jan 18
Deep House
  1. That Love You Feel (5:55)
  2. Matching Outfits (vinyl edit) (3:02)
  3. Montrose (5:09)
  4. Liik (4:31)
  5. 1tweleve3one (4:36)
  6. Fright Night (feat Rodger Devine) (5:32)
Review: REPRESS! Ann Arbor's D'Marc Cantu has really made a name for himself in the last few years releasing some soulful analogue house and techno workouts that could pass for early '90s originals on labels such as Creme Organization, Nation and M>O>S>. That Love You Feel is Cantu's latest offering and offers us more of his rusty, emotive and sublime takes on purist U.S. sounds. The title track sounds rather reminiscent of 808 State's classic "Pacific State" while the dark tunnelling techno vibe of "Lilk" and the peak time energy of the early Plus 8 Records sounding "1tweleve3one " provides a diverse range of moods and grooves. Final track "Fright Night" though, featuring Rodger Devine, is a warped and dirty epic and probably the real highlight on here.. but there's so much to choose from. Tip!
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Highlander (12")
Cat: THEMA 042. Rel: 22 Jun 15
  1. Highlander (6:57)
  2. Aerial (Answer Code Request remix) (6:47)
  3. Aerial (4:27)
Review: DJ Slip goes by the name of Troy Geary and the dude has been releasing techno since the mid '90s on imprints such as DJ Hyperactive's Missile, among many others. Brooklyn's Thema has been his home in recent years, this time returning to the label with two new bruisers and a remix, to boot! "Highlander" is a wonky piece of drum machine magic with a fuzzy low-end and trembling cowbells, whereas "Aerial" is on the straighter side thanks to a steady kick drum and plenty of sonic hypnotics. The surprise remix of the latter comes from Berliner Answer Code Request (MDR, Ostgut Ton) who adds in his familiar for of jittery percussion, coated in a thick layer of quasi-breaks for that distinctive sound.
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The Final Revolution (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: THEMA 046. Rel: 26 Feb 18
  1. Throwing Hairs
  2. Extropy (part 2 - DJ Spider remix)
  3. The Final Revolution
  4. Distress Signal
  5. NEXT
Review: The sheer volume of New York maverick DJ Spider's back catalogue is as intimidating as the picture of the man himself holding a machete in the studio, but it's a rich and unpredictable treasure trove of leftfield techno. He makes an appearance on Thema with a record typically diverse in its make up. The opening track "Throwing Hairs" is a masterful trip through atmospheric, organic soundscapes with submerged ecosystems of sound rippling around deathly simple kick n hi hat pattern. His own rework of "Extropy" features similar smudged textures underneath, but the sweet nature of the chords makes for a killer foil to the murk. "The Final Revolution" gets into a tougher frame of mind, placing plenty of emphasis on the low end and letting fly with some seriously dishevelled percussion. "Distress Signal" is oppressive in its sense of desolation, all icy winds blowing into a kick propelled nothingness.
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Crossing Dimensions
Crossing Dimensions (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: THEMA 047.
Deep House
  1. Request Monster (feat Joel Holmes - Piano)
  2. A Lot Of Jazz As A Child (Sun Ra's Children)
  3. If EYE Was From The D (vinyl edit)
  4. Crossing Dimensions (In The 5th edit)
  5. Jami Jam Dubb'd
Review: Veteran maverick Elbee Bad pops up in ever-unpredictable places, but somehow he sounds just right on Thema. His fearless, deeply rooted take on house music defies imitation, and so it goes across this full-fat EP. "Request Monster" is a lazy groove embellished with strings protesting the culture of requests in the club, while "A Lot Of Jazz As A Child" doffs its cap to Sun Ra in a subtle way that manages to be both mechanical and free-flowing. "If EYE Was From The D" is a more overtly electronic production that sits somewhere in between acid, techno and deep house. "Crossing Dimensions" is an uplifting workout with a sweet vocal turn from an unknown source, and then "Jami Jam Dubb'd" finishes the record off with a primal set of ingredients working round a stout kick.
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Cat: THEMA 040.4. Rel: 28 Apr 15
Deep House
  1. Laurine Frost - "Your House" (feat Amiri Baraka) (3:59)
  2. DJ Slip - "X7" (4:20)
Review: Laurine Frost steps outside of his own Not So Secret Party and teams up with the legendary Troy Geary aka DJ Slip - member of the infamous Missile outfit alongside DJ Hyperactive - with a split release for the lovely Them imprint. Frost himself comes through with "Your House", a moody 808-driven house number featuring Amiri Baraka on the vocals, while Slip's "X7" is a pseudo-electro monster complete with growling low-ends and steely-eyed percussion highs...there's a dab of acid in there for you, too...
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Cat: THEMA 044. Rel: 22 Jan 18
  1. Clockwerks (7:26)
  2. Forgotten Folklore (5:49)
  3. Mist (2:22)
  4. The Village (6:23)
  5. Tu (4:56)
Review: REPRESS! Myles Serge could only be described as a maverick, a mysterious producer who happens to make some of the best house and techno around. This latest five-piece on the excellent Thema label is Serge through and through, and from "Clockworks" to "Tu", we're dropped in a warm and meditative zone that doesn't quite seem to make its mind up about which category it belongs to between house and techno. "Forgotten Folklore" reminds us of Terrence Dixon's output under his Population One alias - loose beats and melodies suspended in mid-air - and "Mist" is a minimal-tribal cut for added suspense. "The Village" calls to the dance floor thanks to its subtle waves of acid, and is perhaps the stand-out moment in this perfectly tidy EP. Choice gear.
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Termosfera (T 1000 remix)
Termosfera (T 1000 remix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: THEMA 048.
  1. Termosfera
  2. Siempre Loco
  3. Boring Shit
  4. Boring Shit (T-1000 "Not So Boring" remix)
Review: After previously appearing on Thema's digital series back in 2016, Gabriella Vergilov returns to the label's vinyl arm with a set of distinctive hardware techno reuminations to send shivers down your spine. "Termosfera" strides in confidently with a grinding mechanical synth hook that subtly shifts around the 4/4 drum pattern like all the best wormhole techno should. "Siempre Loco" is a sparser affair that focuses on space and poise, using minimal ingredients for maximum effect. "Boring Shit" bucks against the suggestion of its title to fire off a set of rhythmical cycles that feel indebted to the vast outer reaches of space. Detroit hero T-1000 runs with this idea and pings the track into a particularly funky star system somewhere very far away from planet Earth.
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