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Houndstooth welcomes back Shift Work and Second Storey

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Mark Harris and Johnny Rivo’s third record lands on London’s Houndstooth alongside a new EP from Alec Storey.

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Vester Koza makes the leap to Houndstooth

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The UK artist moves away from his own Maslo label for the first time.

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Call Super has a New Life Tone

Stream a blissful new production from Call Super for Houndstooth’s upcoming Tessellations compilation.

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Shift Work – Document II

Document II follows on from last year’s acclaimed Scaled to Fit release on Optimo and sees Shift Work pairing Mark Harris and Johnny Rivo push ever closer to the industrial disco perfection that they are striving for. The release starts somewhat inauspiciously with “Abandoned Hands”. While the track is more understated than ‘SFBM’, also on this release, many of the same key musical elements are there, including a grinding bass, dissected vocals, crashing cymbals and hyperactive percussion – all playing out over a robust, robotic rhythm.

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DVA DAMAS remix Shift Work

The Downwards USA act turn in a rare remix for the new Houndstooth signees latest 12″ – stream here.

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Call Super returns to Houndstooth

JR Seaton’s second 12″ of the year, Migrant / Meltintu, will arrive on fabric’s in-house label next month.

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Houndstooth announce details of Aïsha Devi album

The Danse Noire founder’s debut, Of Matter and Spirit, will arrive in October.

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Best Record Sleeves: July

This month’s column features records from The Trilogy Tapes, Planet Mu, Berceuse Heroique, Nous, meandyou. and more.

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Aïsha Devi makes the move to Houndstooth

The Swiss artist’s explicitly titled EP is based around feminist ideals and spiritual concerns.

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Call Super: A Different Vision

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Scott Wilson sits down with Joseph Seaton to discuss the unique space he’s carving out for himself in the world of techno.

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Premiere: Listen to Vatican Shadow take on Akkord

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Listen to Dominick Fernow’s pulsing techno amalgamation of Akkord’s “Typeface” and “Greyscale”, out soon on Houndstooth.

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The Haxan Cloak and Vatican Shadow remix Akkord


The Houndstooth act get pulled in interesting new directions on a forthcoming record. 

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Second Storey – Double Divide

It’s been a good long while that Alec Storey has been rounding out his own brand of electro funk. Formerly operating under the Al Tourettes moniker, his emergence has been nothing if not slippery, flitting between moments of great recognition before nestling back under the radar with his not-easily-defined musical character. From soundtrack turns on Black Swan to a fruitful partnership with Appleblim, playing drums for Will Saul to a thorough championing from Mary Anne Hobbs, there have been plenty of bouts of recognition for the skills the producer possesses, but this emergence of the Second Storey alias and the linking to Houndstooth feels like the most decisive step forward for the London-via-Norfolk-and-Bristol artist.

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Best Record Sleeves: September


Leaving Records, Houndstooth, The Trilogy Tapes and L.I.E.S. were amongst the labels whose releases stood out in September. 

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Call Super – Suzi Ecto

“It is not made up of ‘sketches’, it is not ‘beatless’, it is certainly not ‘downtempo’, the accompanying text is not ‘nonsense’,” JR Seaton said of his debut album, Suzi Ecto, on Twitter, when it was announced a few months ago. “Put very simply, it’s techno.” Though Seaton is usually a man of few words on social media, his outburst was understandable, given his feelings on how the rush to produce content online is leading a reduction in words of overall quality, which he made known in an interview given in February 2014 to Zweikommasieben Magazin. “There’s a difference between the economies of producing this kind of stuff and the amount of content that online publications have to create to sustain themselves. It means that, for the most part, journalists aren’t paid per word anymore,” he said. “They have to produce this many reviews to pay their rent.”

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Call Super’s “Sulu Sekou” is brought to life

Watch a wonderfully abstract video for Call Super’s “Sulu Sekou”, lifted from the producer’s upcoming LP Suzi Ecto.

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Second Storey has a Double Divide

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Houndstooth will release the debut album by Bristol artist Alex Storey under his new production alias.

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Call Super reveals Suzi Ecto

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The UK-born producer will release his debut album on Houndstooth in September.

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Second release on Houndstooth for Second Storey

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The artist formally known as Al Tourettes provides Houndstooth with a second release entitled Shaman Champagne.

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Best Record Sleeves: May

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Records from Mood Hut, PAN, Software, Diagonal and Houndstooth all feature in May’s selection.

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