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Items 1 to 14 of 14 on page 1 of 1
Pyrocbs (double 12")
Cat: TRP 46. Rel: 15 Feb 24
Introvert Problems (3:47)
Psyhop (4:46)
Una Favola (4:54)
Post Natal Drip (4:48)
The Flute Upstairs (4:03)
Flimsy Fembot (4:44)
Pyrocbs (4:57)
Ripe & Furry (4:01)
The Asteroid Is The Ship (5:07)
Mononymph (4:07)
Goodbye Rain (5:43)
 in stock $28.06
Iteritax (double 12")
Cat: TRP 037. Rel: 21 Apr 22
Coffee Beats (4:58)
Plasmax (7:46)
Beautiful Chaos (Unpredictable mix) (5:50)
Left & Right (6:04)
No Right Or Wrong (6:48)
A Little Bit Off (5:05)
SD01 (5:50)
Orgasmixx Lyra (5:35)
 in stock $23.17
Butterfly Effect
Cat: TRP 047. Rel: 21 Mar 24
Climb To The Summit Of Life (6:02)
Red Carpet (4:16)
Divina Luxuria (5:04)
Hgxx (5:01)
Spicy Tuna (5:58)
Panic Attack (5:51)
Flashing Lights (6:34)
Less Polished (6:04)
 in stock $28.32
Budni Nashego Kolhoza
Cat: TRP 030. Rel: 19 Dec 19
Rural Woman (5:20)
Grasshopper's Opinion (4:53)
Customs & Traditions (5:48)
Elvis Has Left The Building (5:07)
Review: Nina Kraviz's wonderful Trip label squeezes out one more bonkers techno trailblazer in 2019 and it comes from core label artist Vladimir Dubyshkin. Right from the get go this one has you in a spin thanks to the manic bird tweets, layered up vocal sounds and hyper speed drums of "Rural Woman." "Grasshopper's Opinion" is another one built on relentless drums with weird samples - this time a grasshopper - and "Customs & Traditions" piles up the kick drums, freaky vocal loops and machine gun synths into a wall of mesmeric techno noise. "Elvis Has Left The Building" brings the trance in fine fashion to end what is one hell of a ride.
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Played by: La Fleur, Waterworks
 in stock $14.92
The Botox Queen
Cat: TRP 039. Rel: 29 Sep 22
Paranoid Thoughts
Ticket To Childhood
No Tell Motels
Noodle Soup
Review: Vladimir Dubyshkin is a mainstay of Nina Kraviz's Trip label and for good reason. HIs sounds embody the musical MO of the imprint in perfect fashion. This time out he again mixes up a wild sphere of sound from hardcore to rave to acid. 'No Tell Motel' is a bonkers but brilliant tune with fairground energy, pulling techno beats and characterful spoken word vocals that will get supersized crowds going wild. 'Noodle Soup' is a punchy breakbeat workout, then 'Paranoid Thoughts' sinks into a linear, banging, straight-up techno roller with hits to die for. There is a twisted and textured synth tension to 'Ticket To Childhood' that's offset with innocent melodies. Great stuff.
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 in stock $13.13
Ivanovo Night Luxe
Cat: TRP 048. Rel: 29 Apr 24
The Rothschild Party
Pixel Hunting
Adrenochrome Breakfast
Sinking Horse
Glucose Guardian
Just A Happy Song
Birthday Cake
We're Not In The Wonderland Anymore, Alice
Review: Vladimir Dubyshkin has released all of his music on Nina Kraviz's trip. There has been just five EPs over five years but in that time he has honed in on a fine signature sound and plenty of them have become underground hits. Now he serve su a fulsome scone statement in the form of this debut album. It is a fine and surreal journey through sound with his deft synth craft front and centre. There is plenty to love here from the Theism the Tank Engine them tune on acid that is 'The Rothschild Party' to the warped dub techno pop of 'Adrenochrome Breakfast' via the thrilling jungle closer 'We're Not In The Wonderland Anymore, Alice'.
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137 (limited LP)
Cat: TRP 045. Rel: 14 Sep 23
01c (0:46)
02c (0:33)
04c (2:05)
05a (2:02)
06 (2:21)
10d (2:21)
11a (2:17)
11d (3:56)
20a (1:10)
 in stock $16.47
Green Trax
Green Trax (2xLP)
Cat: TRP 035. Rel: 01 Apr 21
Vert (unreleased extended mix) (7:59)
Glas (5:18)
Wyrdd (5:53)
Berdea (3:42)
Viridi (3:57)
Graenn (4:45)
Ahdar (4:19)
Zelenyy (unreleased) (4:45)
Verde (3:48)
Prasinos (4:15)
Kore (4:31)
 in stock $24.70
Paradox (2xLP)
Cat: TRP 019. Rel: 15 Dec 17
GBLFT1740065 (5:04)
GBLFT1740066 (3:40)
GBLFT1740067 (4:02)
GBLFT1740068 (4:23)
GBLFT1740069 (4:52)
GBLFT1740070 (4:59)
GBLFT1740071 (5:08)
GBLFT1740072 (5:04)
GBLFT1740073 (5:19)
GBLFT1740074 (6:51)
Review: Finnish producer Aleksi Perala brings his brand of melodic, high-concept techno to Nina Kraviz's Trip label for the first time. As usual, the ten tracks here were created using Perala's now infamous "Colundi Sequence" - a micro-tuning method that's now almost better known than the former Rephlex man's music. There's naturally much to admire throughout, from restless club tracks blessed with rainbow-rich waves of melody, to strange, acid-fired wig-outs, low-slung, bass-heavy jack-tracks and glistening fusions of club-ready IDM and ultra-violet ambient. As a producer, Perala possesses a rare skill: the ability to create melodious, experimentally minded electronic music that works on club dancefloors. It's this that makes Paradox such an impressive release.
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 in stock $24.45
Third Ear
Third Ear (12")
Cat: TRP 040. Rel: 20 Apr 23
Ijats (4:39)
High Heels Long Legs (5:06)
Biosseum (4:54)
Xclusive Nrg (5:12)
I Can't Believe (You're Real) (4:51)
Hippie Chic V United Trash (5:12)
Review: Paris-based DJ and producer U R Trax is a globetrotting spinner and music maker for the likes of Body To Body, Kaos and Lobster Theremin. The six track 'Third Ear' EP is, nevertheless, a step up of sorts as it's her debut EP for Nina Kraviz's Trip label, following a single contribution to the label's Psy-trance collection. It also gives her a chance to present a spread of styles and flex her versatility. Among the highlights are the deep, vocoder-enhanced voices behind the tough-edged 'High Heels Long Legs', and the speedy, breakbeat-peppered 'I Can't Believe (You're Real)', but if you appreciate your techno stark, powerful and hypnotic, you'll enjoy it all.
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 in stock $18.01
De Niro Is Concerned
Cat: TRP 002. Rel: 15 May 15
Bjarki - "Revolution" (5:28)
Deniro - "Dumans" (5:40)
Barcode Population - "Barcode Population" (7:27)
Kraviz & Exos - "No Criminals" (4:45)
Parrish Smith - "L'Importance De Doute" (8:28)
Steve Stoll - "DUMBO" (4:48)
Nikita Zabelin - "Rush" (4:51)
Deniro - "Organezized" (5:42)
Review: De Niro Is Concerned is the latest compilation to surface on Nina Kraviz's trip imprint - the Siberian artist's label gaining new momentum in 2015 and diversifying thanks to a selection of fresh artists - and it's an exquisite blend of house, techno and straight-up jack-funk. Among others, you have Iceland's Bjarki with the raw and sparse "Revolution", Millsian Detroit sounds from Deniro on Dumans, and Kraviz herself with Exos on the wavey and hypnotic "No Criminals". All in all, a wildly comprehensive bundle of house-techno hybrids for that 3am slot. Raw and diverse, wild and seductive.
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 in stock $19.56
All His Decisions
Cat: TRP 038. Rel: 02 Dec 22
Nina Kraviz - "Skyscrapers" (Dubyshkin Your Background Carpet Like In USSR mix) (1:58)
Jurek Przezdziecki aka Praecox - "Alfa Loki" (7:58)
K-Hand - "Noroomforerror" (Taken From "Inner Circle") (3:03)
Roma Zuckerman - "Soviet Journalist" (1:56)
Izolenta - "Catching Up With The Horizon" (6:01)
Nina Kraviz - "All His Decisions" (6:17)
Ufo95 - "J5teen" (3:39)
U R Trax - "Atom Heart" (4:59)
Ptu - "Remote Flow Dynamics" (4:16)
Kittin - "Continue" (5:04)
Antigone - "Lolytrance" (Pluck version) (7:12)
 in stock $26.25
Hessdalen (12")
Cat: TRP 017. Rel: 05 Oct 22
Hessdalen (4:06)
Fermi Paradox (3:58)
We'll Be Alright (4:32)
Time Travel (4:32)
Alien People (5:06)
Review: Hessdalen is jam-packed with bustling, floor-friendly electro inspired by deep space and produced in Reykjavik. The title track races along at quite a lick thanks to bustling beatbox drums, rumbling 808 bass and bleeping melodies, while "We'll Be Alright" sees the publicity-shy producer reach for the TB-303 on a deep, woozy and intergalactic IDM shuffler. You'll find spacey dub influences bubbling to the surface on EP highlight "Time Travel", before closer "Alien People" sees Volruptus celebrate the "braindance"-era Rephlex catalogue with the assistance of ragged acid lines, dreamy chords and high-octane machine drums.
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 in stock $14.92
Always (12")
Cat: TRP 041. Rel: 05 Oct 23
Always (5:34)
Woo (3:21)
Response (5:09)
Think I Know I Am (3:12)
I Think That I'm A (3:49)
700 (4:06)
Sleep Paralysis (4:04)
 in stock $13.90
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