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Cat: AMB 2005. Rel: 22 Jun 20
Ambient/Drone
  1. Hope (11:01)
  2. Disfigured Phantasy (5:57)
  3. Levitation (8:15)
  4. Psycho Kinesis (5:24)
  5. Stoned Soul Picnic (6:47)
  6. Cathedral (10:04)
  7. Invisible Landscapes (7:57)
  8. Click Song (6:15)
  9. A Pagan Place (7:30)
  10. Orgon Akkumulator (7:24)
Review: Given The Primitive Painter would go on to become Alter Ego it should come as no surprise to anyone that this self titled debut from 1994 still sounds incredibly polished, and manages to hit a multitude of electronic notes in one very impressive swoop - some melancholic, some otherworldly, others punchy and direct. Re-releases like this are enough to convince even the most cynical first-pressing militants of the value in re-releasing. Why shouldn't a new generation of heads be won over by the beautiful acid ravescape painted by 'A Pagan Place', the slamming toybox percussion of 'Click Song', the emotionally charged euphoric downtempo joy of appropriately-titled 'Hope' or the retro futurism of electro-stepper 'Levitation'? As essential today as it would have been 25 years ago.
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Valborg (12")
Cat: MOUSE 025. Rel: 23 Jun 20
Techno
  1. Valborg (7:59)
  2. The Raid (8:02)
Review: When Eric Prydz fancies offering up some forthright, warehouse-ready techno, he fires up the Mouseville label and dons the Cirez D alias. Clearly, he's in a rave-igniting mood right now, because this two-tracker is the first Cirez D outing - and Mouseville release - for almost two years. There's a definite "massive room" vibe emerging from A-side "Valborg", where decidedly foreboding lead lines and ghostly chords ride a chunky, Drumcode-friendly techno beat. The saucer-eyed, hands-aloft "festival techno" feel continues on flipside "The Raid", which cleverly peppers a house-tempo rhythm track with the sort of raw, razor-sharp riffs more often found in neo-trance productions.
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Request (limited 7" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: ZAMZAM 78. Rel: 22 Jun 20
Dub
  1. Request (4:22)
  2. Philo (4:21)
Review: ZamZam Sounds has been killing it of late, with Rider Shafique, Ishan Sound and Kahn's recent "When Shall We Rise" single arguably being one of their most potent releases yet. Here they continue that fine run of form via another must-check "45", this time via the artist formerly known as Deadboy, Al Wooton. A-side "Request" offers a deliciously contemporary take on steppers/dub fusion, with ricocheting electronics, humid aural textures and echoing vocal snippets jumping around above a killer bassline and bustling drums. He continues on a similar theme with "Philo", which is the kind of weighty, club-ready dub excursion that would sit well in many house and techno sets.


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ISS 005 (12")
Cat: ISS 005. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Techno
  1. IT Danza (4:51)
  2. Reefer Madness (4:13)
  3. Meal (4:20)
  4. Type Beat 3 (5:47)
  5. Zzodiac (5:22)
Review: Elegant Tap Dance Wobblers.
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 in stock $11.19
Helena HAUFF/VARIOUS
Kern Vol 5 (gatefold 3xLP + insert)
Cat: KERN 005LP. Rel: 24 Jun 20
Techno
  1. Esoterik - "Mayhem" (11:12)
  2. Galaxian - "Private Tyranny" (4:48)
  3. Morah & Hauff - "Segment 3" (4:48)
  4. DJ Godfather & DJ Starski - "City Of Boom" (3:53)
  5. QDT - "Track 5" (5:27)
  6. Machino - "Ministerio" (5:19)
  7. Umwelt - "Starless Night" (5:53)
  8. Shinra - "Pinwheel" (6:17)
  9. Nasenbluten - "Intellectual Killer" (6:08)
  10. LFT - "Data Move" (5:02)
  11. Dirty Hospital - "The General" (5:14)
  12. Andrea Parker & David Morley - "After Dark" (8:51)
Review: Helena Hauff's distinctive musical vision has made her one of techno and electro's most unique and celebrated selectors, and it's this side of her work that's showcased on "Kern Volume 5: Exclusives & Rarities", a triple-vinyl set that focuses on the numerous hard-to-find and previously unreleased tracks featured on her new DJ mix for Tresor. As you'd expect the quality threshold remains thrillingly high throughout, with Hauff focusing on fuzzy and scuzzy heavyweight slabs of electro, techno, ghetto tech and industrial-strength hardcore. Amongst the unreleased highlights are tracks from Umwelt, Machino, Galaxian, L.F.T and her good self (alongside Morah), while crate diggers will note the inclusion of rarities from Esoterik, Andrea Parker and David Morley, and DJ Godfather and DJ Starkski.
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ISS 006 (12")
Cat: ISS 006. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Ambient/Drone
  1. Cafe Mu (4:29)
  2. Frogsplash (Reshape) (5:11)
  3. MDP 5 (5:42)
  4. Dolby (5:08)
  5. MBASS 123 Excerpt (4:45)
  6. Henk (version Whatever) (6:50)
Review: Creamy Encouraging Mystical Mantras.
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Drum Cicle (12")
Cat: NS 16. Rel: 23 Jun 20
Techno
  1. Drum Circle (9:52)
  2. Space Exploration (5:03)
Review: It would be fair to say that Levon Vincent's latest single could well be one of his strongest yet - and that's saying something. We're particularly enjoying A-side "Drum Circle", a near ten-minute outing that subtly builds throughout. Creepy, clandestine and intoxicating, it sees Vincent cloak a hypnotic, cymbal and bells-heavy rhythm track with deep, booming sub-bass pulses and hard-worked, marimba style melodic loops. It's a genuine heads-down treat that packs a punch, despite its hazy and minimalist vibe. There's more atmospheric fun on the flip, where "Space Exploration" sees him conjure up a suitably dark, intergalactic mood via crackling drums, opaque chords and far-sigted electronic melodies.
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Cat: SUB 036. Rel: 25 Nov 13
Techno
  1. Hmong Dignity (club mix)
  2. Hmong Dignity (Aaron-Carl remix)
  3. Hmong Dignity (DJ Bone remix)
Review: Fabrice Lig on DJ Bone's Subject Detroit label backed with killer remixes from Aaron Carl and DJ Bone! Allegedly stored in the Subject archives for some time, "Hmong Dignity" is finally unleashed and the original will be familiar to anyone that's witnessed a DJ Bone set in recent years. Eminently raw, but filled with melody thanks to those chords and restless riffs, "Hmong Dignity" is a fine example of how Detroit influenced European techno. A remix from the late, great Aaron Carl opens the B Side, lending the track a familiar dose of murkiness thanks to some stomach churning bass, whilst that instantly recognisable central melody is wisely retained. The accompanying remix from DJ Bone glides along on a tough techno meets electro vibe, superbly slicing up the melodic element to form an entirely different refrain.
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Cat: AX 086. Rel: 10 Jun 20
Techno
  1. Phoenix Rising (4:46)
  2. Motor Vehicle Dept (4:22)
  3. What's So Funny (5:04)
  4. Six By Six By Nine (4:39)
  5. The Big Deal (4:32)
  6. The Possession (3:24)
  7. L'addition S'il Vous Plait (4:37)
  8. World Wide Whoops (5:09)
  9. Axis Identification (0:37)
Review: Earlier this year, Jeff Mills decided to don his occasional Millsart alias for the first time in 17 years, in order to release the fifth volume in the long-running "Every Dog Has Its Day" series. The Motor City stalwart is obviously in a rich vein of form, because he's now ready to serve up volume six, which at nine tracks deep is the series' most expansive release to date. There's much to set the pulse racing throughout, from the hybrid deep house/Detroit techno warmth of opener "Phoenix Rising" and the summery, sun-kissed tech-jazz of "What's So Funny", to the Robert Hood style Motor City minimalism of "Six By Six By Nine" and the classic, sci-fi-fired futurism of "World Wide Whoops".
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Ascendance (100 gram vinyl 10")
Cat: CMD 004. Rel: 21 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Heal (8:29)
  2. Plight (8:27)
Review: From his appearances on Aesthetic Audio and Ornate through to his own Atmospheric Existence label, Miles Sagnia continues to be one of the best kept secrets of British deep techno, and that's no more apparent than on this stunning release for Common Dreams. There's a looped up insistence to "Heal", but it's offset by emotive movement in the synth lines and an overall spiritual quality that escapes much cyclical techno. "Plight" takes a slightly slower path, amping up the early UK electronica tones for an immersive experience shaped out by interlocking rhythms and snaking melodies. It's a truly classy statement that stays true to techno while saying something original.
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Nervous Smile EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TS19 01. Rel: 07 May 19
Electro
  1. Nervouse Smile (7:13)
  2. Nervouse Smile (Acidulant remix) (5:09)
  3. Nervouse Smile (Alero May remix) (5:57)
Review: Transparent Sound label boss Orson Bramley steps up to his long-standing imprint with a new guise, Empty Orchestra, which showcases yet more of his crafty, delicately executed take on electro. "Nervouse Smile" is an impeccable study of the style, loaded with intricate machine funk elements from twitchy drum programming to ethereal pads, and of course a healthy dose of funk for good measure. As well as the original version, there are additional remixes courtesy of rising stars Acidulant and Alero May, the latter of which has an especially infectious bassline ripple and some smart key change moments for a dynamic end result.
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What Is Your Name? EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TS19 02. Rel: 07 May 19
Electro
  1. What Is Your Name? (vocal mix) (7:10)
  2. What Is Your Name? (instrumental) (6:02)
  3. What Is Your Name? (Acidulant remix) (6:41)
Review: The resurgent Transparent Sound outfit (made up of UK electro veterans Orson Bramley and Martin Brown) have been riding high since their classic "Punk Motherfucker" got picked up for a reissue from Pressure Traxx, finding favour with the Club der Visionaere set. They're back on their own label with a rich and plentiful EP loaded with robotic box jams, leading in with the dark and seductive body popping beatdown "What Is Your Name?". The vocal mix is killer, but there's also the added bonus of an instrumental take for those who prefer a pure machine sound. Acidulant also steps up with a blinding remix that does a great service to the original, threading some seriously nasty synth wriggles and wobbles into the mix.
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P (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CRTL 011.1. Rel: 08 Jun 20
Techno
  1. Xzomet (6:10)
  2. Darkanesthesie (4:32)
  3. Hostile Planet (5:04)
  4. System Down (4:30)
Review: After making a splash with releases on Twig and Lumbago, Raphael Beneluz brings his classy machine music to Cartulis with the P 12". Things get off to a pumped-up start with the dynamic, detailed thrust of "Xzomet" before the night draws in around the tastefully creepy workout "Darkanethesie". "Hostile Planet" opens up the B-side with more eerie atmospheres and stout box jam beats, and then "System Down" completes the package with another thumping tapestry of nervy acid and old-skool jack. For all the familiar touches, this is music dripping with personality and attitude, bottom-heavy and sure to devastation in the dance, real or virtual.



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Subject Japan: Rhythm Poems (white vinyl 12")
Cat: SUB 039. Rel: 28 Jul 14
Techno
  1. Motechnique
  2. Roll Up & Shine
  3. The Mood Device
Review: Itokim, aka Tendo-based producer Takuro Ito, aligns with DJ Bone's Subject Detroit label with the Subject Japan: Rhythm Poems EP and his opening gambit certainly leaves a dent. "Motechnique" has been a staple of Bone's 3 deck attacks in recent months and it will have eyebrows raised and mouths open from the off. Weighty but warm kicks start as they mean to go on, bursting with pace and vigour as thrusts and stabs pinprick the brooding chords. The laidback, easy-going connotations of the title to "Roll Up and Shine" are very much the ethos and aesthetic of the production, as a playful, bubbling melody sets a warm and almost sugary tone from the off before being bolstered by a suave melange of full-bodied kick and dexterous percussion. Itokim rounds off his first outing on Subject Detroit with "The Mood Device", a to the point groover that melds elements of the previous productions to stunning effect. A genuine builder of a track with a straight and true trajectory, "The Mood Device" melds innumerable coatings of percussion and synth as stabs are layered and layered again, clotting and coagulating the composition in to one delightfully deep and multidimensional slice of formidable dancefloor composite.
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The Shark (12" repress)
Cat: FTC 02. Rel: 04 Jun 20
Deep House
  1. Shark (3:30)
  2. Vexed (5:45)
  3. Distant (5:04)
  4. Slam Deep (6:14)
  5. Channel & Transmission (2:00)
Review: For his first outing of 2020, Kyle Hall returns to the label he founded last year, Forget The Clock, with a suitably strong five-track missive. Check first languid opener "Shark", a splash around in crystal clear waters where simmering chords, luscious pads and glassy-eyed melodic motifs stretch out over bubbly, Latin-tinged drum machine beats and a dubby bassline. Hall makes bolder strides towards the dancefloor on lo-fi house cut "Vexed", before doffing a cap to Larry Heard and Ron Trent on the gorgeous deep house positivity of "Distant". Elsewhere, "Slam Deep" joins the dots between Steve Poindexter and the 2000 Black style of jazzy broken beat, while "Channel & Transmission" is a skewed skip through wonky deep house/jazz-funk fusion.
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Needs 005 (180 gram vinyl 12" repress)
Cat: NNFP 005. Rel: 18 May 20
Deep House
  1. DJ Normal 4 - "Return Of The Hooligans" (9:55)
  2. Red Axes - "Treacksheni" (6:22)
  3. Hodge - "Signal" (5:39)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Needs is back with its fifth installment of charity-raising goodness from some seriously quality producers. This time the gauntlet is thrown down by the increasingly prolific DJ Normal 4, who wields some of his signature breakbeats over a cheeky synth that nods to Da Hool for a dark and deadly roller. Israeli duo Red Axes pop up fresh from outings on !K7 and Phantasy Sound for the worldly percussion and mystical atmosphere of "Treacksheni" before Bristol bass-wielding techno titan Hodge finishes the package off with the stunning, dramatic undulations of "Signal," making this a collection of tracks that all feed into the same vein of rhythmically adventurous, moody club music.
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Why 2K (reissue) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PATH 001. Rel: 20 May 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Path (6:24)
  2. The Path (remix) (6:17)
  3. 319 (6:51)
  4. Give Me Insanity (5:30)
Review: New York techno mainstay Reade Truth has skirted around widespread recognition with a long-standing commitment to underground techno approaches recognised by those that know as some of the best in the business. This release sees him dust down the first release on his label Path, 20 years after it originally did the business. It's high time tracks like "The Path" that get a fresh airing - the dynamic, detailed approach to drum programming and warm acid undulations sound as relevant now as they did back then. "319" is a more reflective jam that heads into emotive, moody territory that highlights the breadth in Truth's sound, before "Give Me Insanity" round things up by taking it super-deep thanks to expansive pad sweeps and shimmering hats aplenty.
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Boot Loop EP (reissue) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ELECTRIX 002R. Rel: 18 May 20
Electro
  1. Conduit
  2. Hashtag
  3. Conduit (Volsoc Orange Problem remix)
  4. Hashtag (Radioactive Man mix)
Review: Carl Finlow, aka electro main-man Silicon Scally, originally released the Boot Loop EP on Billy Nasty's Electrix label back in 2013 - an aeon ago in real terms but a blink of an eye to any electro devotee. Such is the quality of the music that it's well deserving of a repress, not least given the fearsome appetite for this kind of electro now compared to seven years ago. "Conduit" and "Hashtag" are quintessential Finlow cuts, wriggling and writhing with snappy sound design riveted to the machine funk rhythm section. On the flip, Volsoc's "Orange Problem" mix of "Conduit" slips a few more melodic elements into the mix, and Radioactive Man flips "Hashtag" into a gnarly, noisy workout bowling in from leftfield.
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Rhythm Tension (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NGY 02. Rel: 01 Apr 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Gewissen (1:05)
  2. Rhythm Tension (10:33)
  3. Zephyr (6:13)
  4. Rehash Repeat (7:11)
Review: Brawther's Negentropy label has already carried gold star material from Ron Obvious and the man himself, and now it's the turn of debutant producer Zweizig to show off his wares. This assured 12" leads in with the ambient intro "Gewissen" before the crisp minimal funk of "Rhythm Tension" kicks in with its shimmering and shuddering sound design pinging around the dexterous beat. "Zephyr" is a smoky affair with a snappy broken beat and lots of subtle organic matter writhing in the middle distance. "Rehash Repeat" takes things deep and dubby to complete the set, all mellow hiccupping rhythm accents and hazy melodic phrases.
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Zona X (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ISLA 20. Rel: 29 Apr 19
Electro
  1. Transhumano (feat ZDBT) (5:36)
  2. Anestesia General (6:31)
  3. Sin Sistema (6:19)
Review: Original music from Vancouver based producer NAP has been intermittent on the electronic music scene, but now the Isla boss has finally dropped a 12" of deadly, textured and fresh-sounding electro for our bodies and minds. "Transhumano" features ZDBT and has all the hallmarks of Stingray-friendly future shock machine funk, but the particular approach to pads and melodies has a distinctive, moody slant that chimes with the hazy sound of Canada's West Coast. "Anestesia General" is another needlepoint, uptempo workout that packs layer up on layer of darting rhythms and blippy synth lines into the mix. "Sin Sistema" completes the set with a more subdued but no less detailed box jam workout.
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Wilson Phoenix 04 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: WP 04. Rel: 18 Mar 19
Techno
  1. Dorphin (5:16)
  2. Dexed (4:40)
  3. Dugong (5:29)
Review: The mysterious Wilson Phoenix returns with another batch of muscular techno joints that'll wipe the floor with any half-hearted 4/4 pretenders. Considering how sought after his earlier releases are, don't expect this to hang around for long. The beastly 909 kicks on "Dorphin" would slot in perfectly with Head Front Panel's own blown out take on peak time rabble rousing techno, while the kick-clap sync on "Dexed" will get fists a-shaking. It's not all blunt drums though - there's plenty of peppy colour splashed all over this record to make it stand out from the crowd. This ain't no monochrome chugging business!
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 in stock $1.04
A Passing Of Time (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: UMHS 13. Rel: 24 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. Beyond Good & Evil (6:13)
  2. FM Joy (7:01)
  3. Eye Ache (6:06)
Review: With previous releases from some of the top heads of the electronic spectrum, including Leif, Steevio, Arnaldo and more, the imprint UntilMyHeartStops returns with its latest release, this time for mysterious producer Ekeko. Rich analog tape waves sit nicely beside thick 909 rhythmic elements throughout this killer three tracker. The title track "Beyond Good & Evil" starts things of with strong spirit, taking pulsations of warping synths and balancing them with hazy club driven patterns. This theme continues through "FM Joy" and "Eye Ache" but with a wider focus on the dubbier elements of the electro and house spectrum.




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Played by: Leif, M50
 in stock $1.04
Food For Thought (HVL mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BAS 007. Rel: 11 Feb 19
Techno
  1. Food For Thought (6:14)
  2. Resist (6:00)
  3. Tuesday Blues (8:11)
  4. Tuesday Blues (HVL Wreckage) (6:00)
Review: Traditionally, Darko Esser's outings as Tripeo have tended towards the hypnotic and trance inducing. It's notable, then, that his latest EP - the first Tripeo 12-inch for 18 months - mixes things up a little. "Food For Thought", for example, fixes melancholic, Convextion style musicality to crunchy, EBM-influenced techno drums, while the fuzzy, dirt-encrusted "Resist" sees the producer give deep electro an angular, lo-fi makeover. "Tuesday Blues", meanwhile, sees him stack layer upon layer of positive electronic melodies atop rubbery, Afro-house influenced techno drums before Bassiani/Horoom resident HVL rounds things off with his skittish, breakbeat-powered revision of "Food For Thought", which sounds like a giddy blast from the past despite the poignant nature of Esser's melodies.
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The Town (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BNB 003. Rel: 28 Jan 19
Techno
  1. The Town (6:40)
  2. Chrome Moon (5:58)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: After launching Brush & Broom with two solo releases, maverick German producer Kalbata keeps his followers guessing yet again with this collaborative release with the equally unpredictable Maayan Nidam. "The Town" is a surefire party starter made up of catchy bleep lines, quivering rhythmic flashes and lots of shimmering FX sends that suggest this was a live jam from two talented producers locked in the groove. "Chrome Moon" takes a deeper, more meditative approach without losing those heavy echo chamber washes, where the spring reverb and buckwild delay feedback rein supreme. Wonderful, free-tripping results from an unexpected meeting of minds.
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Four Quartets Of Love & Modern Lash (limited hand-numbered 2xLP)
Cat: AMOON 002. Rel: 24 Jun 20
Techno
  1. War Games (11:21)
  2. Check What Time It Is (13:40)
  3. Mind Control (13:55)
  4. Yesterday's Dreams (10:27)
Played by: Sam Bangura
 in stock $24.71
FORTHCOMING
Vax Of Love
Cat: BPX 007.
 
Techno
coming soon $8.84
FORTHCOMING
Bullseye EP
Cat: GUDU 004.
Techno
  1. Bullseye
  2. Shake
  3. 3
  4. Solo
coming soon $13.27
FORTHCOMING
3 Days From May
Cat: FIGUREX 21.
Techno
  1. 6 Or 7
  2. Cl9
  3. 4.2
  4. Clear 8
coming soon $10.40
FORTHCOMING
Revival (reissue)
Revival (reissue) (limited navy blue vinyl 12")
Cat: RSD 005R.
Deep House
  1. Revival (9:20)
  2. Revival (beats) (6:13)
  3. Revival (acappella) (8:19)
Review: Reissue of in-demand 2017 Peter Croce 12" on navy blue vinyl.
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coming soon $12.75
FORTHCOMING
Subject F
Subject F (12")
Cat: EAUX 1491.
Techno
  1. Binaural
  2. Desire & Memory
coming soon $9.89
FORTHCOMING
How We Woke Up In Boomland
  1. Dode Ondergrond
  2. Consumer Recreation
  3. Smokey Swamp
  4. Vertical World
  5. APU
  6. Some Body Some Thing
  7. Helix Five
  8. I Heard You
  9. Dark Suits & Uniformes
coming soon $27.04
FORTHCOMING
Imperfect
Imperfect (12" limited to 150 copies)
Cat: TECHUM 001.
Techno
  1. Acid Blood
  2. Eu Phoretic
  3. Interlinked Cell
  4. Imperfect
  5. Metaphysics
  6. Beautiful Melodies Telling Me Terrible Things
coming soon $10.66
FORTHCOMING
Qualia
Qualia (transparent blue vinyl 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: EXALT 005.
Electro
  1. Qualia
  2. Flatlands
  3. Qualia (John Shima remix)
  4. Qualia (Steven Rutter remix)
Review: Long-serving duo Morphology are the proud owners of one of the most on-point discographies in electro and IDM, though it should be noted that their releases have become far more sporadic in recent years. Here the Finnish pair make their first appearance on Exalt Records and, as expected, they've delivered a terrific EP. The headline attraction is undoubtedly "Quallia", a fine fusion of fizzing, Middle Eastern-influenced melodies, chugging bass, yearning string sounds and off-kilter electro drums. This is remixed twice on the flip. First John Shima gives the track a dreamy, sunrise-ready spin in his effortlessly emotive trademark style, before B12 man Steve Rutter re-imagines it as a melancholic slab of deep electro beauty. A fine EP is completed by "Flatlands", a melodic electro number with a subtly stargazing finish.
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Played by: Vincent Inc
coming soon $12.75
FORTHCOMING
SALESPACK incl AWRY004/VIRGO06/PRRUKBLK013
  1. Wrong Assessment - "Rebirth" (Cosmin TRG remix)
  2. Wrong Assessment - "Morfosi"
  3. Wrong Assessment - "Neglect"
  4. Wrong Assessment - "Rebirth"
  5. Ilario Alicante - "Rotate" (Slam remix)
  6. Electric Rescue - "Forwer" (Setaoc Mass remix)
  7. SLV - "Gizeh" (Keith Carnal remix)
  8. SLV - "Trip"
  9. Yan Cook - "Concrete Forest"
  10. Yan Cook - "Spor"
  11. Yan Cook - "Quatro"
  12. Yan Cook - "Loophole"
coming soon $10.66
FORTHCOMING
Purification Of Malice
  1. Imperative Needs
  2. Malice
  3. Tomorrow
  4. Purification
Played by: S-File
coming soon $9.63
FORTHCOMING
More Than This
Cat: EYE 012CD.
 
Techno
coming soon $10.40
FORTHCOMING
Santanico EP
Cat: RARE 008.
Techno
  1. Santanico Pandemonium
  2. Moustic
  3. Colonial
coming soon $12.47
FORTHCOMING
Stealth Mode EP
Cat: 1432R 018.
Techno
  1. Steath Mode
  2. Aloe Vera
  3. Blaze Freak
  4. Air & Space
coming soon $11.19
FORTHCOMING
Vol 1
Vol 1 (12")
Cat: HOT 001.
 
Techno
coming soon TBA
FORTHCOMING
Warp Purpose Vol I
Cat: SR 007C.
Techno
  1. Bestial Arch (4:49)
  2. Roman Gold (4:47)
  3. The Aqueduct (7:03)
  4. Lit Messenger (4:57)
coming soon $6.50
FORTHCOMING
Nothing Is Real VA #2 EP
  1. Cantor - "Phaedra"
  2. Niv Ast & Roe Deers - "Nicotina"
  3. Dharma - "A Simplistic Stroll"
  4. Argia - "Naranjas De La China"
coming soon $11.96
FORTHCOMING
Love All
Love All (12")
Cat: CONTRA 001.
Techno
  1. Time To Split
  2. Summer In Italy
  3. The Forgive
coming soon $10.66
FORTHCOMING
Body To Body
  1. Sina XX & Voiski - "We're Not Your Friends"
  2. Sina XX - "Miroir" (feat U.r.trax)
  3. Sina XX & Cassie Raptor - "Body Needs Bass"
  4. Sina XX & Munsinger - "Invisible Fire"
  5. Sina XX & K.U.S.S - "Miss USA"
coming soon $10.92
FORTHCOMING
Soft Serve Angel EP (The Persuader remix)
  1. Soft Serve Angel
  2. Soft Serve Angel (Persuader remix)
  3. Bubble Gum Eyes
  4. Rocket POP!
Review: AD and Worldline deliver Toy Opulent's third release - and it's first vinyl imprint.
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coming soon $11.19
Cat: AMB 3922LP. Rel: 24 Oct 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Xtal (4:51)
  2. Tha (9:02)
  3. Pulsewidth (3:48)
  4. Ageispolis (5:21)
  5. I (1:12)
  6. Green Calx (6:05)
  7. Heliosphan (4:50)
  8. We Are The Music Makers (7:45)
  9. Schottkey 7th Path (5:02)
  10. Ptolemy (7:14)
  11. Hedphelym (6:04)
  12. Delphium (5:27)
  13. Actium (7:36)
Review: In line with the timely reappraisal of all things R&S related, the resurgent Apollo have seen the opportunity to bring one of their most celebrated records back for another round. Aphex Twin's ambient recordings mature magnificently with age, sounding ever richer and more emotive as the rest of electronic music continues to play catch up all around. From the gentle breakbeats of "Xtal" to the aquatic techno lure of "Tha", the airy rave of "Pulsewidth" to the heartwrenching composition of "Ageispolis", every track is a perennial example of how far ambient techno could reach even back then. It's just that no-one quite had the arm-span of Richard D. James.
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 in stock $20.80
Distance Dancer (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: THEFINALEXPERIMENTX 10. Rel: 04 Jun 20
Techno
  1. Brain Dance (6:55)
  2. Distance Dancer (7:39)
 in stock $10.66
Cat: 677863 0. Rel: 26 Sep 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Locked & Loaded (7:46)
  2. Altitudes (7:03)
  3. On The Run (8:07)
  4. The Seed (7:11)
Review: Back in 2016, legendary Afrobeat drummer Tony Allen approached techno pioneer Jeff Mills with the idea of working together. A series of live gigs and off-the-radar studio sessions followed, with the first fruits of their joint efforts finally appearing on this must-have 10". As you'd expect, the duo's collaborative work combines Allen's traditional Nigerian polyrhythms, traditional Afrobeat instrumentation, and the far-sighted, sci-fi inspired electronic futurism that has always marked out Mills' work. The result is a quartet of cuts that could arguably be described as retro-futurist Afro-tech - all delay-laden beats, basslines and organs subtly sparring with gentle acid lines, Motor City electronics, beguiling deep space textures and shimmering, 31st century motifs. It's arguably Allen's stylistic contributions that dominate, but that's no bad thing.
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 in stock $8.84
V O L A T/Hydroplane (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: O\O 004. Rel: 19 Jun 17
Techno
  1. V.O.L.A.T. (9:56)
  2. Hydroplane (7:16)
Review: Braiden's material has been slow to come out since he first landed with a bang on Doldrums back in 2010. A turn on Rush Hour confirmed his status as a producer in command of the chops necessary to get a dancefloor shaking, but this year's X Years In London OST cassette was a chance for him to expand into more experimental pastures. Not so on this new 12" for his Off Out label, which finds Braiden turning up the heat with some fiercely modern tech house workouts. "V.O.L.A.T" has the same kind of dangerous earworm armour that made Paul Woolford's "Erotic Discourse" so potent all those years ago. "Hydroplane" meanwhile takes some of the crisp but playful tropes of Pearson Sound et al and straps them to a thrumming motorik beat.
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Played by: DJ Guy
 in stock $1.04
NITE NRG (12" + insert)
Cat: MONNOM 021. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Techno
  1. NITE NRG (6:26)
  2. Do You Believe (5:46)
  3. All The Streets Are Silent (6:30)
  4. Hive Mind (5:50)
Review: Monnom Black welcome back Fractions for more of their sonic disturbances, will acid and rugged techno weapons. For those who like hard edge, brain frying sounds with an instant impact these are perfect tunes: "NITE NRG" has a prowling synth and dystopian vibe that is impossible to escape, while "Do You Believe" is a twisted and distorted techno stomper that will make your fists and teeth clench. "All The Streets Are Silent" sounds like it is straight from Wipeout in the original Playstation console and "Hive Mind" then explodes over and over with maximal drums driving it along.
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 in stock $10.40
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