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My Body Is A Temple
  1. My Body Is A Temple
  2. My Body Is A Tempo
  3. My Body Is A Tempo (Andras remix)
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Cat: DANCETRAX 004. Rel: 12 Jul 17
Deep House
  1. The Beat Will Control (6:57)
  2. Work That (3:56)
  3. J4M15 (6:31)
  4. Organa (6:09)
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Cat: UTTU 084. Rel: 12 Jun 18
Deep House
  1. So Cold (3:16)
  2. No More (3:01)
  3. Silicone (3:22)
  4. Ryuichi (4:04)
  5. Dervish (4:11)
  6. Venus & Mercury (4:11)
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DJ NOZAKI presents ZZZ
Uzkzowz EP (12")
Cat: UTTU 081. Rel: 12 Dec 17
Deep House
  1. Uzkzowz (No Way Back mix) (6:20)
  2. Uzkzowz (Stir All Nite mix) (5:32)
  3. Uzkzowz (DJ Haus Body Heat mix) (4:58)
Played by: Dj soFa
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Cat: UTTU 074. Rel: 27 Jun 17
Electro
  1. Feeding The Fad (4:51)
  2. Hip To The Hype (4:38)
  3. Probably Too Commercial (7:13)
Review: Label-hopping Dutchman DJ Overdose can usually be relied upon to bring the goods. Happily, he's in fine form on this first solo Unknown to the Unknown appearance since 2015's fantastic Housejam Freaker. Wisely, he's decided to steer clear of well-worn retro-futurist cliches (jungle breaks, hardcore revivalism and so on), instead delivering a trio of raw cuts that blend elements of electro, 1990 style European techno and blistering acid house. Flipside "Probably Too Commercial", a rough-and-ready dose of distorted, high octane electro smothered in alien electronics, is probably the pick of the bunch, though sweaty, stab-tastic opener "Feeding The Fad" - all razor-sharp electronic riffs, wayward drum machine beats and old school vocal samples - also impresses.
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Cat: UTTU 078. Rel: 04 Oct 17
Techno
  1. LGTM (RaveONine mix) (5:58)
  2. LGTM (Jungle mix) (5:13)
  3. LGTM (Slow08 mix) (5:39)
  4. LGTM (Simoncino remix) (5:52)
  5. LGTM (Simoncino Deep dub remix) (4:16)
  6. LGTM (Simoncino bonus beat) (2:53)
Review: Dona's Plant Texture lays down more fresh produce in the form of the left-sided Italian beat selection. Dona takes the A-side with three versions; his RaveONine blend is a warped, woozy joint that tips a subversive nod towards to the trippier side of Detroit, his jungle mix lives up to its name with some classic breakwork while the Slow08 version takes us right into the middle of a gluey dancefloor, all slo-mo and sedative. Flip for three twists from fellow Italian Simoncinco; a wriggling acid groove, a thundering bleep-style dub and some rolling 909 drums for add creative mix pleasure. What a package. Ready for takeoff?
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Split EP (12")
Cat: UTTU 069. Rel: 15 Nov 16
Techno
  1. DJ Plant Texture - "I Don't Dance" (7:37)
  2. DJ Shark - "Cat Ears" (6:41)
Review: DJ Plant Texture is this year's winner of 'production moniker of the year' (or at least he would be, should such an award actually exist). This 12" sees the Bari-based producer make his first appearance on DJ Haus' face-chewing, rave-inspired Unknown To The Unknown imprint. "I Don't Dance" is a typically full-throttle concoction, with the Italian producer making merry with mind-altering acid lines, snappy house rhythms and drowsy, ultra-deep chords. On the flip, Hungarian misfit Gnork dons his occasional "jungle techno" alias, DJ Shark, and delivers another typically spacey chunk of mid-90s D&B revivalism. It's rather fine, of course, and offers a refreshing alternative to the textured one's impressively manic A-side.
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Vol 1 (12")
Cat: UTTU 085. Rel: 01 May 18
Deep House
  1. Five (4:40)
  2. Three (5:05)
  3. One (4:58)
  4. Two (5:45)
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Cat: UTTU 089. Rel: 03 Jul 18
Techno
  1. System Addict (8:43)
  2. Hold The Ripper (5:12)
  3. In Excess (6:31)
  4. In Excess (Falcon Black Ops remix) (6:27)
Played by: Tiger Stripes
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Cat: UTTU 080. Rel: 21 Nov 17
Techno
  1. Lane Escape (6:03)
  2. Protes (7:55)
  3. Long Fork (7:42)
  4. Large Function (5:43)
Review: Sweden's legendary Frak duo must surely be some of the most productive producers of the last 25 years. The two steely tech-heads have released nothing but bangers since their first cassettes on the equally mythical Borft Records, and they haven't changed a drum machine beat since! Never stopping to believe in their vision of techno, they have had a resurgence of sorts over the last five years, a resurrection which has now landed them on DJ Haus' unstoppable Unknown To The Unknown stable. The four tax are classic Frak business, kicking off with the gently acid-laden tone of "Lane Escape", before dissolving into the more electro-minded swing of the similarly metallic "Protes". On the flip, "Long Fork" bangs away like a hammer, thrashing out its detuned bass like it's '93, whereas "Large Function" is all about the beat rattle, swinging and meandering with the typical Frak sway. Excellent party bumpers.
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Cat: DANCETRAX 006. Rel: 07 Nov 17
Techno
  1. Hills Have Vibes (5:57)
  2. Pitch Box (5:41)
  3. Tension (4:58)
  4. Pitch Box (DJ Swagger remix) (6:36)
  5. Tension (Kreg Tanz remix) (5:03)
  6. Sacred Sex (6:23)
Review: Since 2011, Manchester's Oli Furness has been bashing out some seriously effective dance EPs, covering pretty much all corners of the house game, and that was surely the right way to go about landing a single for DJ Haus' mighty Unknown To The Unknown. Dance Trax Vol.6, as the title suggests, is the more effective, more beatdown corner of the label, and Furness fulfils this duty magnificently. The A-side, governed by three solid house-techno hybrids, calls all arses to the dancefloor, shining its fiery drums to and fro like a machine-gun spray; side B opens with a magnificent jungle reinterpretation of "Pitch Box" from DJ Swagger - this is on some early era Metalheadz tip! - which dives neatly into the hardcore-IDM re-visioning vision of "Tension" from Kreg Tanz. "Sacred Sex" closes off this fine-ass EP with a deep yet bouncy shade of pure house - marinated in analogue goodness, just how we like it!
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GNORK presents DJ SHARK
Cat: UTTU 082. Rel: 12 Dec 17
Drum And Bass
  1. Future Music (10:25)
  2. Shroomz (7:17)
  3. Outro (2:19)
  4. Future Music (Legowelt remix) (5:59)
  5. Outro (Fantastic Man remix) (6:31)
Review: Gnork returns to UTTU for his annual DJ Shark adventure. As broken, classically-trained and timeless as ever, this time round he's treating us to three poignant pieces: "Future Music" is a white knuckle ride down early jungle lane with all the breezes and rushes you could ever ask for; "Shroomz" is led by a beautifully filtered harmonic synth tone that is nicely reminiscent of the tunes trippy title while "Outro" brings the comedown fuzz, all lush and languid. Remix-wise Legowelt opens a whole can of crazy and sprays it all over "Future Music" while Fantastic Man flips "Outro" into a pensive piece of creepy 4/4 deepness.
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Metropolis (12")
Cat: UTTU 086. Rel: 05 Jun 18
Deep House
  1. Metropolis (6:08)
  2. Babasonic (5:04)
  3. Panda (5:26)
Review: Swift in the slipstream of his DJ Haus remix on Hot Haus earlier this month comes Kornel Kovacs' debut Unknown To The Unknown release. As we've come to love from the Swedish jack-crafting, Barnhus co-founding groove conjurer, each cut struts with a fuzzy, grainy emotive warmth while remaining floor-toughened throughout. From the loopy vocal hypnosis and filtered charm of "Metropolis" to the decayed harmonic hug of "Babasonic" via the classic rising bubbles and garage feels of "Panda", these were built to last well beyond the summer.
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Cat: UTTU 087. Rel: 26 Jun 18
Techno
  1. DX Madness (5:53)
  2. Rectorate Power (4:59)
  3. Sleep (feat Brain Rays) (4:15)
  4. Grape (feat Brain Rays) (3:41)
Review: Techno legend Neil Landstrumm requires no introduction on here, seeing as how he has been present - and largely leading - our charts since we opened shop in the late 90s. He is techno, and techno is him, much like the Detroit or Chicago greats that we all know and love so much. We're glad to see him on Unknown To The Unknown, DJ Haus' imprint, up in the wax with his predictably oddball strain of techno, first launching an off-kilter attack with "DX Madness", before heading into deeper, darker and more subtle territories via "Rectorate Power". On the flip, "Sleep" and "Grape" both feature Brain Rays, with both tracks possessing a much more sparse, 12-bit sound that verges onto vintage electronica. Landstrumm gear.
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Played by: Ali Renault
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E String (12")
Cat: UTTU 073. Rel: 08 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. E String (6:45)
  2. E String (DJ Boneyard remix) (5:31)
  3. Tool Tyme (6:06)
Played by: Leri Ahel
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Automatik (12")
Cat: DANCETRAX 002. Rel: 04 Oct 16
Techno
  1. Automatik (4:56)
  2. Ringer (5:59)
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Cat: DANCETRAXX 001. Rel: 06 May 16
Techno
  1. Percwerc (5:08)
  2. T2000 (6:13)
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Cat: UTTU 063. Rel: 21 Jun 16
Deep House
  1. I've Always Liked Grime (6:52)
  2. Black Palms (5:27)
  3. Menace II Society (6:42)
Review: Jordan Alexander's been rinsing it under his Mall Grab moniker, and every release since his debut back in 2015 has been hotly tipped by us here at Juno towers. EP's for Church, 1080p and Collect-Call have now earned him a spot on Unknown To The Unknown, one of our favourite labels and surely one of the most diverse, too. "I've Always Like Grime", as the name implies, is a house track made by someone who listened to high doses of Crazy Titch and Plastician back in the day, but "Black Palms" does its best to distance itself from the UK thanks to some pretty nasty acid bumps, and "Menace II Society" heads to Chicago with its singular vocal sample and dusty house flex. Sick!
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Cat: UTTU 077. Rel: 18 Jul 17
Techno
  1. Crush (6:29)
  2. Ex (6:47)
  3. Down For Your Fantasy (5:57)
  4. Actual Freak (6:55)
Played by: Jock Club
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Cat: UTTU 088. Rel: 31 Jul 18
Deep House
  1. Neo Tokyo (5:26)
  2. Wall Rose (5:38)
  3. Eva Unit-01 (5:40)
  4. Haku & Chihro (5:23)
Played by: Ali Renault
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Cat: UTTU 076. Rel: 04 Jul 17
Techno
  1. Escape Your Future (7:48)
  2. Replicants (6:16)
  3. Oblique Action (7:19)
Review: More retroactive techno courtesy of the British Unknown To The Unknown camp, this time courtesy of French producer Realitycheck. He has appeared previously for the label with his Untitled Love EP, in addition to a great one on local imprint Renascence. Opening stormer "Escape Your Future" is drenched in analogue soul, just as you like it and channelling the same vibe as Hieroglyphic Being or John Heckle. The emotive "Replicants" is without a doubt the EP's most deep and introspective moment, but still retaining all those rusty classic drum sounds and dusty vintage synths. Finally, on the flip is the sci-fi odyssey that is the title track: classic electro sounds informed from a Motor City perspective and convincingly so. Respect!
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Cat: DANCETRAX 010. Rel: 08 Mar 18
Deep House
  1. Gamma Ray (6:24)
  2. Equinox (6:14)
  3. Gamma Ray (Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs remix) (7:10)
  4. Gamma Ray (Marquis Hawkes remix) (5:23)
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Cat: DANCETRAX 009. Rel: 27 Feb 18
Deep House
  1. Renegade Stabz (5:37)
  2. Nosense (4:21)
  3. Don't Lose It (4:52)
  4. Don't Lose It (Geeeman remix) (6:11)
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Nemesis EP (12")
Cat: UTTU 083. Rel: 04 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Nemesis (5:10)
  2. Front Line (6:54)
  3. Oh Baby Now (5:00)
  4. Slave (4:58)
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Cat: DANCETRAX 015. Rel: 10 Jul 18
Deep House
  1. Out There (7:17)
  2. Handled (Dealt with mix) (5:23)
  3. Fump (6:00)
  4. Wet Witch (feat Harshaw) (5:05)
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Cat: DANCETRAX 014. Rel: 22 May 18
Deep House
  1. On Top (5:10)
  2. My Friend Is In The Main Room (5:27)
  3. Manage (5:31)
  4. Battery Leak (5:34)
Review: It's hard for us to believe, but Vin Sol's reliable Dance Trax series is now in its 14th instalment, and we just love how this man has continued to churn out the quality goods. No thrills, no gimmicks, just straight-up house music served raw; both "On Top" and "My Friend Is In The Main Room" are out and out bangers, capable of annihilating any dance floor with their wicked beats and bass infusions. On the B-side, "Manage" turns all loopy and twisted on the melodic slant, while "Battery Leak" chirps a placid wave of bleeps over more undercooked dance arrangements. Chicago fire, right here!
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Played by: Ben Sims, Tiger Stripes
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