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Cat: OUTA 004. Rel: 20 Dec 16
Techno
  1. Efdemin - "Don't Bang Your Fingers" (2:17)
  2. Aubrey - "Data Block" (6:41)
  3. The Analogue Cops - "Speculation" (5:15)
  4. Frequency vs Atkins - "Reloaded" (8:19)
  5. Terrence Dixon - "Track 5" (6:25)
  6. Simone Gatto - "Take One" (6:03)
  7. Civilian - "Pacify" (6:49)
  8. Haiku & Irakli - "Alien Talks" (7:38)
  9. Regen - "Tholin" (6:45)
Review: Puglia, Italy based imprint Out-Er has had quite a year, with releases by the likes of Detroit minimal techno innovator Terrence Dixon aka Population One, British tech house hero Aubrey and Dutch techno legend Orlando Voorn. The label (run by Simone Gatto) now presents an impressive compilation celebrating five years in business and it is rather impressive, if we do say so ourselves and signifies some brilliant prospects on the horizon for 2017 and beyond. Highlights here weren't limited to: Dial Records and Berghain regular Efdemin with the oddball avant garde/techno crossover of "Don't Bang Your Fingers" where its hypnotic groove supports a bizarrely used dialogue from a cooking show. Then, quick: hide your AIRA because The Analogue Cops are here! They give us the slow burning and dusty hardware jam "Speculation", which is very good. Also, don't forget to check the aforementioned Voorn's collaboration with Motor City don Juan Atkins on "Reloaded" for your fix of hi-tech soul.
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Cat: PERL 123CD. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Vizyon
  2. Asiri
  3. Iyika
  4. Ala Aye
  5. Awose
  6. Ra Bayi
  7. Ra Mi
  8. Egungun
  9. Dek Sep Bluso
  10. Fazo Kanto
Review: It's been a long time between drinks for Chris Korda, a transgender artist and activist whose last releases of note came on famed electroclash label International Deejay Gigolo way back in 2004. New album "Akoko Ajeji" is very much a surprise return to action, though its melodious, ear-pleasing and accessible blend of house and techno drums, digital synthesizer sounds and cheery post synth-pop refrains is both striking and hugely addictive. Korda's compositions offer subtle nods towards various vintage house and techno styles - particularly turn-of-the-90s deep house and early Chicago jack - but never sound anything less than thrillingly DIY productions giddily made in back rooms and bedrooms over the last decade and a half.
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Alda EP (12")
Cat: STOCK0016. Rel: 19 Sep 06
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Motio & E Contact - "Do You See"
  2. Dario Zenker - "New Kids On Weed"
  3. Seph - "Phound"
  4. Pheek - "Previews"
Review: Brand new label hailing from Argentina by way of Germany, bringing you an amazing 4 track artist collaboration custom designed for fans of the stripped down Pheek-style phunk. Speaking of, Pheek contributes the awesome cut 'Previews' here alongside equally devastating jams from Dario Zenker 'New Kids On Weed', Seph's 'Phound' and Motio & E Contact with 'Do You See'.
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Apogee EP (12")
Cat: MULENV 020. Rel: 18 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Apogee (7:35)
  2. Dive (7:57)
  3. Dominion (7:04)
Review: Diego Krause is a key part of the effervescing Berlin underground thanks to his work as a DJ, producer and co-founder of Beste Modus. Here he steps out on Mulen's 20th EP with three slick tracks that perfectly straddle the divide between deep house, tech and minimal. Opener "Apogee" gets busy on supple drum programming with all sorts of astral pads spiralling round the groove and a burrowing bassline brings the funk. "Dive" hits harder but is still detailed with deft synths, alien motifs and warped pads that make it so much more than a purely functional track and the lithe and elastic closer "Dominion" is simply irresistible.
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Cat: OBLACK 020. Rel: 08 Feb 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Bigger Easy (8:54)
  2. Get Back (7:54)
  3. Get Back (Tomoki Tamura remix) (6:10)
Review: For the 20th release of the Valencian label Oblack, it is over to Los Pastores aka Snna and Nacho Arauz/Juliche Hernandez from the Canary Islands (DownHill Music). They gather up all their talents to come up with one of the most clubby, dance floor oriented tracks from the label thus far. "Bigger Easy" is classic late noughties style minimal that's big on druggy elements plus those pitch shifted vocals (a la Marc Houle) are a worthy addition. On the flip, "Get Back" is a funky electro house jam with a buzzy synth lead and bumpy bassline over its tight groove, plus those subtle disco influences thrown in for good measure work a treat. The remix by Japanese guy in Berlin, Tomoki Tamura, is the real winner on there though. Here he takes the track into reductionist afterhours territory, with all its dusty and sparsely hypnotic elements working in harmony.
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Played by: Tuccillo
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Cat: REN 250002V. Rel: 20 Jun 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Cafe Del Mar (Tale Of Us Renaissance remix) (8:18)
  2. Cafe Del Mar (Nalin & Kane remix) (9:46)
Review: Energy 52 aka Paul Schmitz-Moormann and Harald Bluechel inaugurated the semail Frankfurt trance label Eye Q with the anthem "Cafe Del Mar" in 1993, named after the long running Ibiza bar and institution. It was the soundtrack to the rave culture movie Human Traffic in 1999 and later went on to be voted #1 in Mixmag's 2001 '500 Best Tracks Ever' list. Here, Renaissance recruit Tale of Us for the second edition of their quarterly-century celebrations. The modern experts in dancefloor drama were sure to deliver a stunning remix, that works the truly evocative qualities of the original into a shape for modern dancefloors - and it further enhances the levels of tension and suspense. Next up on the flip, German legends Nalin & Kane's remix from 1998 appears, delivering a zeitgeist from trance music's heyday.
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Can I Change My Mind? (1-sided 12")
Cat: BK 12X1202. Rel: 06 Dec 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Can I Change My Mind (13:22)
Review: Sometimes, a single side of vinyl is all you need. That's certainly the case here, as Where To Now regular Beatrice Dillon delivers her most impressive and mind-altering club cut yet. Across a mesmerizing 13-minutes, Dillon distills the essence of Minimal techno, dub, West African rhythms, early jungle and experimental noise into one, constantly evolving dancefloor burner. While the blazed vibe of dub, and the crackle of vintage vinyl are ever-present throughout, it's the subtle shifts in rhythmic emphasis - from 4/4 to breakbeat, via intricate polyrhythms - that make "Can I Change My Mind" such an alluring prospect. Few 13-minute tracks can captivate a dancefloor throughout, but this certainly can.
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Played by: Franklin De Costa
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Cat: SYST 01186. Rel: 25 Apr 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Garden Of Cyrus (8:17)
  2. Caper Tran (8:40)
Review: Given that Music Man regular Petar Dundov and Systematic boss Marc Romboy are both hugely successful producers in their own right, you'd expect this first collaborative release to be rather good. It is, of course, with pleasingly melodic A-side "Garden of Cyrus" leading the way. While the track's muted (but heavy) drums and squeezable acidic bassline provide the energy, it's the duo's layered electronic melody lines that really catch the ear. If you're in the mood for something darker and more suitable for pitch-black Berlin basements, creepy and hypnotic flipside "Caper Tran" should more than fit the bill.
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Cat: BCLTD 004. Rel: 14 Mar 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Start Get Yo Self (8:18)
  2. Generation House (6:24)
  3. No Bullshit (7:47)
Review: It would be fair to say that no other artist is quite as associated with Bass Culture Records' "Limited" offshoot as Mihai Popescu AKA MP. In fact, since the series' inception in 2016, he's provided all but one of the releases. Thanks to this latest 12", that remarkable record stays in tact. The Romanian producer explores his more positive side on opener "Start Get Yourself", a clever combination of sweaty, jacking machine drums and fluid, watery and downright dreamy electronics that runs for eight mesmerizing minutes. Flip the disc, first for the deliciously bass-heavy and bumping "Generation House", where jazzy electric piano motifs rise above a swinging rhythm track, and then the early British tech-house lusciousness of "No Bullshit".
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Cat: HOURGLASSLTD 005. Rel: 03 Apr 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Floating Around (8:29)
  2. Floating Around (Volkan Akin remix) (8:44)
Review: Eddy and Levii, two Romanian electronic producers by the name of Vinyl Speed Adjust, have gained fame thanks to the myriad of EPs that they've released for labels like Visionquest, and the Bucharest duo are set to light the Hourglass LTD imprint on fire with this latest EP. Contrast EP Vol.1 kicks off with "Floating Around", a punchy techno slammer with a polished edge and countless minimalistic bleeps spewing from its groove, and the Volkan Akin remix breaks up its tempo beautifully, managing to retain the core of the original but filtering its bass and percussion through mounds of cacophonous bass that is built for the big rooms. Tight minimal gear.
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Cat: CAB 46. Rel: 09 Sep 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Correspondance (9:21)
  2. Correspondance (Audio Werner remix) (8:24)
Review: Berlin's Cab Drivers are the real deal. If their extensive collection of classic Roland machines wasn't enough, they even sequence them all on an old Atari ST you don't get more purist than that. Paul and Augustowsky's new track "Correspondence" has all the hallmarks of their signature sound: bumpin', melodic, rolling and emotive. You know; the Cab Drivers sound! On the flip, fellow Berlin minimal techno legend Audio Werner steps up to deliver a more darker and emotive remix that strays on the dubbier side of things and we loved it: Tip!
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Cat: WAP 351. Rel: 25 Oct 13
Deep House
  1. You Took Your Time (Kyle Hall remix)
  2. Made To Stray (DJ Koze remix)
  3. You Took Your Time (Lee Gamble remix)
Review: Off the back of their blossoming indie-electronica sophomore LP Cold Spring Fault Less Youth, the Mount Kimbie duo undergoes the remix treatment from three well-equipped and idiosyncratic artists. First up Kyle Hall brings the Detroit grit but balances it with his sensitivity towards UK concerns for an uptempo and undeniably version of "You Took Your Time". DJ Koze brings a more tender kind of 4/4 full of esoteric melodic flourishes and the stark original vocal on "Made To Stray", and Lee Gamble rips it all up with his own aquatic blur of "You Took Your Time" that lets the drums fall muddily and the synths strain against a wall of sonic fluff, with fantastic end results.
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Dekmantel 10 Years 01 (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: DKMNTL 10YEARS01. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Gigi Masin - "Maja" (10:43)
  2. Vakula - "Robot Fuck The System" (6:45)
  3. Roman Flugel - "Mice On Stick" (6:38)
Review: Gird yourselves; starting from this month and running through until December, Dutch institution Dekmantel are celebrating a decade in the game with a series of monthly 12"s featuring a seriously all-star cast from Tony Allen to Villalobos. It starts right here as legendary innovative composer Gigi Masin opens with the lilting, delicate "Maja", Vakula brings us down from the clouds and back to the future with the body-jacking ghetto bump of "Robot Fuck The System" while Flugel blows the finale horn with the swampy Amazonian harmonic trip-out "Mice On Stick". This is the start of something very special.
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Cat: SUBWAXBCN 1208. Rel: 29 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Signs 'N' Lights (4:59)
  2. Photo Funk (7:20)
  3. Bassoon (6:16)
  4. Cable Talk (7:19)
Review: Techno heads with an appreciation of forgotten and almost-lost gems will be happy with this one. Mark Ambrose's 'Dimensions' first saw the light of day on Steve O'Sullivan's Mosaic way, way back in 1997, and here is finally remastered for the modern world. And what a treat it is. A shining example of just how compelling, addictive and inescapable tracks can be without needing to be particularly hard, those looking for adjectives will find them in the likes of tough, solid and crisp. The four tracks all follow a similar trajectory, deep but purposeful dancefloor stuff where sub bass rules and alien noises become warbling hooks- not leat on 'Cable Talk'. Those looking to stomp in the dark may find 'Signs 'N' Lights' is the go-to, 'Photo Funk' is pure darkroom mechanical groove and 'Bassoon' a sharp tech builder.
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EEE 006 (hand-stamped 1-sided heavwyeight vinyl 12")
EEE
Cat: EEE 006. Rel: 01 May 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (6:38)
Review: More from single-sided specialists EEE, a shadowy crew that specializes in sneaky contemporary club reworks of well-known tracks (many of which are, in their original form, about as dancefloor focused as your average miserable indie band or veteran cabaret crooner). What's on offer this time round is a heavily electronic tech-house groove - all Romanian style beats and bubbling, mind-altering synth notes - onto which is laid cut-up snippets from a famous old blues cut that's previously been sampled on a club cut to great effect. While the vocal does sit slightly awkwardly at times, there's no denying the heaviness or effectiveness of EEE's track. In other words, it's another winner from tech-house's most shadowy crew.
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Fabric 100 (mixed 3xCD)
Cat: FABRIC 199. Rel: 26 Oct 18
Techno
  1. Monolake - "Nmos" (CD1: mixed By Craig Richards)
  2. Alphacom - "Journal Square"
  3. Solar X Brother Nebula - "SIS" (Savile's Jeteset radio remix)
  4. Setaoc Mass - "Flying Buttress"
  5. D Ball - "Transition"
  6. Larry McCormick - "Ride Low"
  7. Simulant - "New Machines"
  8. The Woodleigh Research Facility - "The Question Oak"
  9. Rutherford - "Pseudo Judo"
  10. Reedale Rise - "Lucid Flow"
  11. Craig Richards - "My Friend Is Losing His Mind"
  12. Fred Und Luna - "Monotonikum"
  13. Nancy Noise - "Azizi's Dance" (Andrew Weatherall remix 1)
  14. Reade Truth - "Where Has Love Gone"
  15. Simon Haydo - "Obey?"
  16. DMX Krew - "Bush Baby Bug Eyes"
  17. Detromental - "Rewind"
  18. Mike Ash - "The Fizz"
  19. Vectorvision vs Convextion - "Zy Clone"
  20. Orgue Electronique - "Suck Seed"
  21. Patrick Di Stefano & Luca Doobie - "Get Through" (CD2: mixed By Terry Francis - Inxec remix)
  22. Jamie Fairley - "Round 'N' Round"
  23. Jose Vizcaino - "Vicious Vision"
  24. Joeski - "Cross Over" (feat Jesante)
  25. Audiojack - "Turya"
  26. Gel Abril - "Carpet Sneak"
  27. Mauri Fly - "Red Tribal" (Silvano Del Gado remix)
  28. Blue Wig - "No Ignorance" (part 1)
  29. Pure Science - "The Way We Use To"
  30. Argy - "Love Dose"
  31. Kevin Yost - "Dancer Dancer"
  32. Andre Salmon - "Where Is The Salmon"
  33. Francesco Robustelli - "After Midnight"
  34. Jaded & James Petrou - "Toni's Pain" (Inxec's Morphine Mashup)
  35. Terry Francis - "Wipeout"
  36. Tiefschwarz - "Oberton"
  37. Terry Francis - "Emotional Blackmail"
  38. Funtopia - "Do You Wanna Know" (feat Jimi Polo - club mix)
  39. Creep Show - "Safe & Sound"
  40. Vondelpark - "California Analog Dream" (CD3: mixed By Keith Reilly - Robag's Moppa Habax NB)
  41. Alex Attias Presents Mustang - "Finding Who We Are" (feat Colonel Red - Quarion dub)
  42. Siopis - "Really Love Ya"
  43. Taube - "Belle La Vie"
  44. Low Deep T - "Casablanca"
  45. Eddie Richards & Gideon Jackson - "Biscuit Barrel Blues"
  46. Eddie Richards - "Droids"
  47. Rancido - "Devil's Den"
  48. Hanna Hais - "Mwala Wei'ka" (feat Sandra Nankoma)
  49. Hyenah - "Tale Of The Dirt" (feat Aquarius Heaven - Rampa remix)
  50. Kollektiv Turmstrasse - "Ordinary" (Mick Rubins Deep)
Review: As the saying goes, "all things must pass". Before laying their acclaimed mix series to rest, 17 years after its inauguration, Fabric has one more installment for us to enjoy: a celebratory, three-disc set from the three men most associated with the legendary London club since its earliest days. Fittingly, disc one is handled by Craig Richards, the long serving Saturday night resident who also mixed the very first volume in the series way back in 2001. While his disc is largely electro-focused, fellow resident Terry Francis mixes it up a little more, joining the dots between tech-house, ballsy techno and more left-of-centre selections. As for Reilly's disc, it's little less than a celebratory, teary-eyed romp through deep and soulful house. So long, and thanks for all the bliss.
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Fire (12")
Cat: PFR 86. Rel: 19 Jun 07
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Fire
  2. Fire (Claude Vonstroke's Like Fiyaa remix)
  3. Fire (St Sebastian's Adrenal remix)
Review: Mr. Jeff Samuel is back on Poker Flat with his new EP "Fire". "Fire" is a snappy and propellant tune with some squeaking synths and a stomping beat.
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Five 3 (12")
Cat: FUSE5P 3. Rel: 26 Oct 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Rich Nxt - "Badass" (6:55)
  2. Odd & Rossko - "Jabba The Hut" (8:06)
  3. Archie Hamilton - "Cirrus" (6:44)
  4. Sam Bellis - "Solstrole" (7:12)
Review: The FUSE London crew are back everyone, look out! Bringing the sound of their legendary daytime raves to us again and getting straight down to business on Enzo Siragusa's third edition of 5 are label mainstays Rich NxT (with the rolling and adrenalised "Badass") and the always impressive OdD aka Damian Daley & Danny Dixon joined by newcomer Rossko (making his production debut) on the rolling hypnotism of "Jabba The Hut". On the flip is Moscow Records boss Archie Hamilton (another mainstay of the label) with the woozy and tripped out after hours deepness of "Cirrus" and the Deep End Soundsystem affiliated Sam Bellis with the gutsy acid driven "Solstrole".
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Cat: SBTL 012. Rel: 29 May 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Frankonia (7:22)
  2. Lower (6:18)
  3. Frankonia (Paul Agripa remix) (13:29)
Review: Subtil is run by Nils Weimann and Martin Glowacz. The latter teams up with label stalwart Martin Glowacz for the Berlin label's twelfth release, following up some great ones by Romanian tech house heroes Piktor and Vlad Arapasu. The A side features the slinky and hypnotic groove of "Frankonia", followed by the rolling and esoteric sorcery of "Lower". The flip belongs to an epic 13 minute long remix of "Frankonia" by Paul Agripa - of the trio Sahau with Dan Andrei and Serban Goanta. The Bucharest based producer's trippy daydream of a rendition is pure magic and exactly the kind of thing we could have imagined the crowd at Sunwaves 23 trancing out to last week.
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Cat: SVT 061. Rel: 01 Jun 11
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Good Midnight
  2. Shine
  3. Wake Up (feat Staller)
  4. Good Morning (feat Fran - David August remix)
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Cat: MOOD 049. Rel: 28 Feb 07
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Gravity (Peter Dildo Dirtymind Replay)
  2. Gravity (Nick Chacona & Anthony Mansfield remix)
Review: We asked our favourite remixers of the moment to tackle the electronic disco vibe of the original Sasse production taken from his recent album "Made With The Upper Stairs Of Heaven". Peter Dildo, the man behind Trackdown Records, delivers his phat trademark sound of deep-house meets-post minimal in a slamming arrangement of fine tuned drums and hypnotic synth stabbing.
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House Crime Vol 2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HC 002. Rel: 28 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. Steven BC - "Flanger Zone" (7:02)
  2. Mall Grab - "2 B Reel" (5:29)
  3. Lawrence Lee - "Pyongyang Rhythm" (7:13)
  4. Jeremy Castillo - "Beat Dat" (feat Vin Sol) (4:24)
Review: Unknown To The Unknown spreads its wings with a new sublabel dedicated specifically to jacking house jams for proper white-knuckle party times. Steven BC turns the acid intensity up to 11 with the devastatingly on-point "Flanger Zone", while Mall Grab reaches for a classic bit of disco funk to sample and filter mercilessly. Lawrence Lee meanwhile opts for a playful, budget take on Eastern electro on "Pyongyang Rhythm" before Jeremy Castillo and Vin Sol return to primal Trax Records territory for "Beat Dat". It's a release that marks House Crimes out as a natural descendant from UTTU's irreverent approach to dance music, without compromising on the quality.
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Cat: HVN 039. Rel: 14 Feb 17
Deep House
  1. Die Wilde Spirale (8:20)
  2. Pinnacles (8:25)
  3. Haetrin (8:26)
  4. Kraftfeld (6:29)
Review: Roving Romanians Khidja take us on a trip of a lifetime with "Impossible Holiday"... We take off with the stately, cavernous and slightly fuzzy "Die Wilde Spirale" and land in our improbable destination to the spiked out synth washes and dubby bass palpitations of "Pinnacles". We enjoy all sorts of unperceivable activities to the bouncy, analogue bed and fluttering, head-soothing arpeggios of "Haetrin" then fly home to our comparably dismal existences on the droning, groaning and ever-morphing "Kraftfield". Happy travels.
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Cat: IMR 02LP. Rel: 27 May 10
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Mash & The Fury
  2. Sycamore Feeling
  3. Past The Beginning Of The End
  4. Shades Of Marble
  5. ...Even Though You're With Another Girl
  6. Haxan
  7. Metamorphosis
  8. Silver Surfer Ghost Rider Go!
  9. Neverglade
  10. Tide
Review: Trentemoller's Into The Great Wide Yonder sees the Danish producer dipping his toe into new territory to deliver an LP that sounds wholly natural and unforced, showcasing yet another side to his musical prowess. Not that we should be surprised - 2006's critically acclaimed debut The Last Resort was a crisp dance record, while his first mix compilation, Harbour Boat Trips, came loaded with varying sentiments of indie, rock and pop. Into The Great Wide Yonder completes Trentemøller's transition from his roots as a dancefloor producer into the more instrument-led domain of pop and rock tinged electronica. Still using a driving kick drum as the core to the album, the In My Room head honcho is still very much part of the dance scene, just not in the club focused way that we're used to.

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Played by: Kryptic Minds
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Kime Ne: Versions 1+2 (12" + 1-sided etched vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: HJP 076. Rel: 11 Mar 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Kime Ne (23:54)
  2. Kime Ne (Ricardo Villalobos version 1) (16:34)
  3. Kime Ne (Ricardo Villalobos version 2) (16:04)
Review: Using the Turkish psychedelic project Insanlar as a jump off point, Honest Jon's have enlisted Ricardo Villalobos to turn out one of his grandiose remix projects that gels so naturally with more exotic sound sources. The original of "Kime Ne" is already an enchanting, Moog-infused groover rich with traditional vocals, and then Mr Villalobos locks the ingredients in for a typically cosmic ride into stripped and hypnotic house territory, letting the lutes intertwine with dusty reams of percussion using that alchemists touch that could only come the man himself. The remix spreads itself over two sides of wax, leaving one side of the double pack free for a fetching etching as well.
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Light Chasers EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: POL 007. Rel: 29 Jul 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Breakup (6:58)
  2. No Light Without D (4:57)
  3. Pause & Stop (5:40)
  4. Why Don't You Let Go (7:06)
Review: Recently celebrating their third year in business at Berlin's infamous Club der Visionaere, Romanian imprint Polen are back with this new EP by Inner aka Cristian Ghiban, with some more and deeply emotive minimalism. On the A side there's "Breakup" with its high fidelity sound fuelled by a clean, broken beat with soulful pads and processed vocal samples while "No Light Without D" gets properly deep and ethereal . On the flip we've got "Pause & Stop" which is probably the most energetic cut on here; this highly engineered micro-house cut ticks all the right boxes. Finally "Why Don't You Let Go" is the kind of reduced mini-funk that gives a nod to the likes of Seuil or Robin Ordell.
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LNOE Vinyl Archives Vol 1 (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: LNOE 110. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Sasha & La Fleur - "Forbindelse" (7:01)
  2. Fur Coat - "Babel" (7:18)
  3. Hunter/Game - "Canyons" (8:25)
  4. Jon Da Silva & Jozef K - "Maresme" (Da Silva mix) (5:44)
Review: Sasha has done well to re-establish himself with the next generation, and its largely because of the work he puts into his Last Night On Earth label. A haven for producers who like emotionally stripping, melodic sounds, this latest VA package delves into the previously digital-only archives. The boss himself kicks things off with a collab with La Fleur built on a wavy baseline and crisp house rhythm. Fur Coat keep things more mysterious with "Babel" while Hunter/Game keep you in suspense throughout the many melodic and harmonica layers of "Canyons". Jon Da Silva & Jozef K close things down in more purposeful fashion.
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Mdmazing (12")
Cat: MOVIDA 011. Rel: 20 Aug 14
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Mdmamazing
  2. Chivoice
Review: After making his debut with the Slum EP on Bucharest-based Te Iubesc Records, Romanian producer Ionu? Arapu has spread his wings with a series of releases across a wedge of European labels such as Dusseldorf's Gua Camole and London crew Moss Co. This Mdmamazing 12" for Michael Peter & Siggi Schulz's Movida label is Arapu's most high profile to date and despite the slightly dubious title will probably land the Romanian some new fans too! The title cut is a powerful minimal dancefloor tool with a supple bassline driven groove and some nicely broken drums, whilst "Chivoice" finds Arapu in more abstract territory.
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Cat: LO 153. Rel: 22 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Ping Pong Love (3:46)
  2. Backstreet (5:34)
  3. Ping Pong Love (World Air Hybrid mix) (5:55)
  4. Message 045 (3:32)
Review: Simbad Stanislas has enjoyed a fine start to 2017, with copies of his first outing on Funkineven's Apron label simply flying off the shelves. Here he transfers to Lo Recordings to deliver another collection of eccentric, off-kilter, hard-to-pin-down dancefloor treats. Stanislas' stock-in-trade is combining dusty, MPC-powered house rhythms with quirky, left-of-centre sounds. This fusion can be heard loud and clear on "Ping Pong Love", where a soulful vocal sample is combining with weirdo electronics and thrusting analogue noises, and amongst the intergalactic synths, bubbly electronics and bizarre spoken word samples of ambient closer "Message 045". There's a slightly breezier, break-of-dawn feel to the overwhelmingly loved-up World Air Hybird Remix of "Ping Pong Love", while "Backstreet" is a jolly, jammed-out chunk of loose-limbed deep house positivity.
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Played by: Dave Aju
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Cat: INFUSE 022. Rel: 09 Nov 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Gradual Steps (7:31)
  2. Mind Traps (7:44)
  3. Enhance (7:15)
Review: Having built his reputation via a regular series of self-released 12" singles, East End Dubs is now beginning to make guest appearances on selected labels. Here he pops up on the long established, vinyl-only INFUSE imprint with a trio of club-ready concoctions. On the A-side you'll find "Gradual Steps", a rolling and attractive fusion of bouncy deep house drums, spacey, Motor City chord, thickset bass and glitchy tech-house flourishes. As usual, there's a wonderful swing to his drums and the stretched-out chords are hazy and evocative. You'll find more of these sumptuous pads and chord progressions on similarly-minded flipside cut "Mind Traps", while closer "Enhance" is another deep house/tech-house hybrid blessed with a notably epic breakdown.
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Played by: Julenn, Laidlaw
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Cat: INFUSE 026. Rel: 18 Apr 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Push It (6:41)
  2. Modulation Tropique (6:58)
  3. Locoliente (7:42)
Review: Serial collaborator Romain "Traumer" Reynaud is at it again, this time joining forces with fellow Parisian producer Gregory "Point G" Dorsa for a three-track workout on INFUSE. The experienced duo predictably hits its stride from the word go, serving up some swinging rhythms, hypnotic sub-bass and Salt & Pepa samples on peak-time tech-house box jam "Push It". There's a more percussive and slightly glitchy feel to the bongo-laden "Modulation Tropique", while banging B-side "Locoliente" feels like the kind of bouncy tech-house floorfiller that Sheffield sorts Swag used to do so well in their early 2000s pomp.
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Cat: ITS 155. Rel: 16 Jun 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. 1993 (Nacht)
  2. Lucky Lobster (2RMW & Umami - Nacht)
  3. Somebody Lonely & Me (Nacht)
  4. Energie Multimillionar (Nacht)
  5. Ich Bin Die Bass Drum (Nacht)
  6. Hey Schmetterling (Nacht)
  7. Das Herz Irrt Nie (Nacht)
  8. Hotel Sunshine (Nacht)
  9. Bonjour Cherie (2RMW & Dieter Meier - Nacht)
  10. Ich Hor Musik Wenn Ich Dich Seh (Nacht)
  11. 1993 (Tag)
  12. Lucky Lobster (2RMW & Umami - Tag)
  13. Somebody Lonely & Me (Tag)
  14. Energie Multi Millionar (Tag)
  15. Ich Bin Die Bass Drum (Tag)
  16. Hey Schmetterling (Tag)
  17. Das Herz Irrt Nie (Tag)
  18. Hotel Sunshine (Tag)
  19. Bonjour Cherie (2RMW & Dieter Meier - Tag)
  20. Ich Hor Musik Wenn Ich Dich Seh (Tag)
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NCSS 002 (12")
Cat: NCSS 002RE. Rel: 16 Nov 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Jhobei - "Do Milk" (6:23)
  2. Casey Spillman - "Simply Focus" (6:37)
  3. Jhobei - "Club Beige" (6:57)
  4. Ben Balance - "Funk Tower" (7:35)
Review: Itchy tech house label NCSS returns with a trio of new artists all weaving their way into the top charts, and if the material is sounding this good then we're pretty sure we'll be hearing a lot more from them soon! Newcomer Jhobei rolls through with "Do Milk", a creamy, synth-heavy house killer with a slap-up bass, followed by Casey Spillman's "Simply Focus", a freaky tech roller with all sorts of minimal nuances going off in its mix. On the flip, Jhobei returns with "Club Beige", an aqueous roller that sounds a little like the Cab Drivers, while Ben Balance's "Funk Tower" unleashes a dark, muddy bassline interlocked with subtle bursts of sc-fi goodness.
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Played by: Alex Font, Julenn
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Office 08 (12" + insert)
Cat: OFFICE 08. Rel: 30 Aug 16
Deep House
  1. Kraut House (6:53)
  2. You (Can't) (3:02)
  3. Modual (6:20)
  4. Simple E (5:51)
Review: Swiss master of all things deep, Bastian Volker is back for the eighth release on his always impressive Office imprint. Not just content with creating some lush music under the Baaz alias or redefining the dub techno sound as Eric Miller (like on his recent album Silhouettes for Sushitech this year), could he be delving into the world of hypnotic techno now also? Brilliant opener "Kraut House" starts the EP off in great form and is reminiscent of the tribal trance sounds of Refracted or Tozzy. On the flip, "Modual" is more like the Baaz we know; deep, dubby and emotive with a bumping baseline, smoky drum patterns and pitch shifted druggy vocals for added effect. Finally "Simple E" adds yet more variety to the release with this dusty and bittersweet slow burner that's perfect for drifting.
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Over EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: LNR 005. Rel: 26 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Over (11:33)
  2. A Gain (7:29)
  3. I (6:38)
Review: Arapu is very much one of the key Romanian artists of the moment. Of course, like his revered countrymen, that means techno that is elegant, minimal, and delicately detailed. His own take on the style is often littered with curious little motifs and trippy loops that also characterise this new one on heavyweight vinyl for Liniar. "Over" is a brilliant opener with languid Balearic guitar riffs echoing over supple drum work which will hook you in and encourage your mind to wander, whereas "A Gain" is a more direct, driving minimal techno cut with warped synths peeling off an urgent groove. "I" closes out with a funky undercarriage and dub house overtones that will get any basement popping off.
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Played by: St. Bernard, James Reid
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PHIL 000 (12")
Cat: PHIL 000. Rel: 12 Feb 19
Deep House
  1. Take Care (Aki Latvamaki remix) (5:37)
  2. Take Care (8:11)
  3. Nightlights (5:02)
  4. Mr Blue (4:21)
Played by: Eltron John
 in stock $11.86
Cat: OSC 16. Rel: 16 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Poisoned Words (Ricardo Villalobos remix 1) (6:35)
  2. Poisoned Words (Ricardo Villalobos remix 2) (13:39)
Review: The Mandar dream team of Lazare Hoche, Malin Genie and S.A.M revisit "Poisoned Words" with a double dose of remixes from none other than Ricardo Villalobos. The minimal overlord lives up to expectations on both flips of the original track, needling into the tiniest sonic details and holding down an insistent groove that will sit beautifully in the mix. The A side features a simmering version that revels in wriggling sound design with ample space to flex and mutate, while the B side stretches out into a quintessential Villalobos wormhole of a remix. Unmissable sonics from one of the scene's true legends.
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Cat: ACJ 112. Rel: 18 Sep 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Pen (4:29)
  2. Pump (6:15)
  3. Take Me Back (7:39)
  4. Resident (5:33)
Review: For the fourth and final edition of Matthew Herbert's Parts series, we have four further reductions from the UK producer's back catalogue - all in his idiosyncratic style. Timeless minimal house that has truly stood the test of time and sounds as captivating as it did over 20 years ago. Part Four came out on Phono back in 1996 and is reissued here on Herbert's Accidental imprint. From the dubbed-out heroin house of "Pen", the crunchy robo-jack of "Pump", more blip, blurp and bleep on "Take Me Back" or his knack for simply straight-up and emotive deep house as heard on the utterly sublime "Resident". The tracks on here are still relevant in today's musical landscape and completely essential, in our humble opinion.
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Cat: RSNZ 003. Rel: 01 Sep 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Andrey Djackonda - "Calida Noche" (7:00)
  2. Dimitri Monev - "Makalu" (7:45)
  3. Leparente - "Leflor" (6:38)
  4. Maarka - "Reveranz" (10:31)
Review: Moldova-based Resonanz are back with their third edition of minimal oddball house grooves. Considering its close proximity to Romania; we're definitely interested in hearing what this bunch is up to. Starting out with the hypnotic low-slung tribalism of Andrey Djackonda's "Calida Noche", we then get treated to Dimitri Monev's "Makaulu" a druggy broken beat experiment in maximalism reminiscent of Barac or Suciu; it's pretty wicked! On the flip the loopy and dusty deepness of Leparente's "Leflor" will definitely get good vibes happening at the after-hours while Maarka's "Reveranz" is exactly the kind of tunnelling trance inducing groove that we like, kind of like when Cristi Cons or Vid are on point, if you get what we mean?
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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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Cat: HYPE 042. Rel: 23 Jan 15
 
Techno
  1. Blue Rawls
  2. Meet The Butcha
Review: Last seen excelling on The Corner, NYC techno man Phil Moffa adds Hypercolour to his prospering profile with Rogue Music, a 12" hook up with the irrepressible Seth Troxler. Whilst this may not be the most immediate of collaborative endeavours you could think of, there is still plenty to enjoy here with "Blue Rawls" a perfect balance of stripped back, bone shaking rhythm and a growing sense of textural foreboding. It's the sort of track you can lay down after a frantic bout of drums to really hypnotise the dancefloor. Complementing this, "Meet The Butcha" heads off into seven odd minutes of bugged out house territory and leaves us clamouring more from the pair.
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Played by: Alex Font
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Romance EP (12")
Cat: HOARD 015. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Grey Goo Romance (7:40)
  2. Bananafish (7:39)
  3. Skyhook (7:26)
  4. Aurora (7:43)
Review: Hoarder continues to impress here with another classy collection of serious club heat. It comes from Italian born, New York based artist Fr!sky Buziness and marks his best work to date. All four tracks deal in proper, original tech house with a superbly smooth and seductive sense of late night funk. "Grey Goo Romance" has a gooey groove with sci-fi motifs that race along, while "Bananafish" channels early Terry Francis with its clipped and slick drums and swirling cosmic pads. "Skyhook" is awash with alien lifeforms and brain cleansing synth tones that are shiny and reflective, then finally "Aurora" pumps the party with perfectly pressurised drum loops and a whole ecosystem of spaced out sound effects. This is high grade dance floor weaponry from start to finish.
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Played by: Matpri
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Samba (12")
Cat: TTT 079. Rel: 30 Apr 19
Techno
  1. Samba (9:27)
  2. Memo (12:46)
Review: Alex is a brand new alias from the artist regularly known as Baba Stiltz - a Swedish producer whose quirky, off-kilter house and techno releases are rarely less than brilliant. His first Trilogy Tapes outing is suitably impressive. The real killer is "Samba", an inspired nine minute workout in which he layers deep, woozy electric piano motifs, sun-kissed chords, child-like vocal samples and rich bass atop a swinging, samba fired techno beat. The deeper and more bass-heavy "Memo" is even more epic; a near 13-minute journey through sparse, crunchy, hypnotic and dubbed-out minimal house rhythms and exotic, snake charmer solos. In other words, it's another top-notch EP from a producer who genuinely can do no wrong.
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Cat: SVT 008. Rel: 07 Sep 06
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Some Turns Inside
  2. Valle
Review: Stil Vor Talent introduces this month another newcomer called Freska from the beautiful Murmansk in Russia. The nice James Holden fan has taken guitar lessons and discovered the world of synthesiser and drumcomputer since 1996. Freskas tracks are reflecting the Nordic impressions of his snowy home. He reaches this unique atmosphere by using his acoustic guitar and his love for deep electro, which he proves with this release called "Some Turns Inside" which has already been charted by well known artists like Carl Cox and Kiki. Stil Vor Talent is proud to present another exceptional talent with style on our sweet underground label.
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Sonne (LP)
Cat: ERATP 059LP. Rel: 18 Sep 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Sonne
  2. 3 Chords
  3. Helios
  4. Haunt
  5. Think Tank
  6. Recovery
Review: Nestled comfortably on his constant home of Erased Tapes, Rival Consoles imparts another collection of plush forays into warm, melodic synthesis for those who like their instrumental electronic music scuffed with a little earthly charm. With the same starry-eyed innocence that bursts out of Nathan Fake's music, tracks like "Helios" leap with great strokes of synth and upsurging drums, carefully running threads of live instrumentation into the fold through some canny processing. The progression of each track is a beautifully crafted story with pleasant surprises aplenty but always reaching a logical resolution, making for a thoroughly rounded and satisfying listening experience without losing that all important bite of intrigue.
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Soundscape Versions 02 (hand-stamped heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SVER 02. Rel: 26 Apr 16
Techno
  1. Octaedre - "M Nature II" (7:04)
  2. E110 - "Empty" (5:47)
  3. Mirage Man - "6AM" (5:46)
  4. Kuf - "Tascam Loops" (6:41)
Review: Thomas Berg's Soundscape Versions has Berlin very much at its heart; we're not talking street creds or look here, but purely musical aesthetic. It's champion artist, Octaedre, makes gorgeous swirls of dub techno and is named after one of Basic Channel's infamous 12"s, a totally fitting chice once you hear the fine groove of "M Nature II". Following the shadowy producer is E110 and the majestic glide of "Empty", another dubbed-out slammer, and while Mirage Man retains a form of dubbiness to his sonic manipulation, "6AM" is significantly more stripped-down and beat-heavy; "Tascam Loops" by Kuf takes a grainy palate of beats and bleeps, washes them over a fading glow of a bassline and wraps it all up in a nice techno package for you - probably the best tune on an already stellar EP. TIP!
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SUB 005 (12")
Cat: SUB 005. Rel: 18 Apr 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. N 001 (6:41)
  2. To The Head (6:58)
  3. M 202 (10:01)
  4. M 201 (5:53)
Review: Subsequent returns with some fine excursions into afterhours weirdness here, this time courtesy of Second Player - who's said to be a newcomer to the scene. On the A side we've got the hypnotic "N 001" which is reminiscent of legend Baby Ford's work, the dusty classic Chicago house sound on "To The Head" up next provides some variety. On the flip is the EP stand out - the ten minute long epic "M 202" which could have nice crossover appeal within the scene, appealing just as much to fans of minimal house as it would to lovers of the rolling and subtle sounds out of Romania. The reductionist acid jam "M 201" closes out the EP in style.
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Played by: Lamache
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Sucker DJ (12'')
Cat: EMD 019. Rel: 07 Sep 06
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Sucker DJ
  2. Sucker DJ (Marcin Highfish Kozlowski remix)
Review: The smash hit is finally back as a re-release. Including the legendary Highfish remix.
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 in stock $11.33
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