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Cat: 703200 Rel: 14 Nov 18 • View all DJ equipment bags
 
Spacious, multi-purpose bag for DJs & musicians - red
Notes: A spacious backpack that accommodates a compact synthesizer, new from SEQUENZ.

Three storage compartments are included for various purposes. The main compartment can accommodate a larger portable equipment, such as a compact synthesizer, effect board, or DJ controller.

The second compartment has enough space to hold up to a 17-inch laptop computer. Inside are organizer pockets that can store a smartphone, cables, or a wallet, so you can carry all of your daily necessities.

The front pocket is a sleeve equipped with fasteners, ideal for holding books, magazines, or sheet music.

Thick padding securely protects your equipment and computer. A U-shaped shoulder belt distributes the weight of the pack, and the back and shoulder areas use mesh material for cushioning and cooling, letting you carry heavy equipment with ease.

MP-TB1 is a stylish backpack that holds everything you need effortlessly.
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Cat: 205860 Rel: 23 Jan 06 • View all Power cables & adapters
 
Step down voltage converter adapter for UK 110V-120V to other countries 220V-240V; 2-pin input/3-pin output
Notes: The MW Step Down Voltage Converter Adapter allows 110V-120V appliances to be used in 220V-240V countries. It featues 2-pin input and 3-pin outout; and it is suitable for appliances up to 45W.
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Aliens Revolution EP (limited coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: DA 002. Rel: 13 May 13
Electro
  1. Aliens N Effect
  2. Alien (instrumental)
  3. Alien (dub)
  4. Armada (DJ Maaco remix)
Review: Two of Detroit's most influential movers and shakers, it's about time Di'jital and Maaco enjoyed some of the limelight usually taken up the city's larger than life DJ characters. Here we find them brewing up the clippy, clicky classic electro groove "Aliens N Effect". Uptempo and nagging with a deadly scratchy riff, it's an instant bodypopper. Comes complete with an instrumental, a dub and a technicolour revisitation of Di'Jital's 2006 workout "Armada."
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3 Psalms (CD)
Cat: GDM 032. Rel: 19 Nov 18
Indie
  1. Deep: Psalm 130
  2. Interlude
  3. Refuge: Psalm 90
  4. Praise: Psalm 150
Review: Deep Psalms from a deep man, Good Deeds Music delivers its fourth release that comes from Roxy Music founding member (and oboe and saxophonist) Andy Mackay. Recorded and performed with a band, choir and string orchestra, the music itself is based on the Book of Psalms and takes in a specialist selection of classical, rock and spoken word with the slightest of electronic influences too. God fearing or not, praise the Lord. Amen.
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3 Psalms (LP)
Cat: GDM 032V. Rel: 19 Nov 18
Indie
  1. Deep: Psalm 130 (10:42)
  2. Interlude (3:07)
  3. Refuge: Psalm 90 (12:18)
  4. Praise: Psalm 150 (6:12)
Review: Deep Psalms from a deep man, Good Deeds Music delivers its fourth release that comes from Roxy Music founding member (and oboe and saxophonist) Andy Mackay. Recorded and performed with a band, choir and string orchestra, the music itself is based on the Book of Psalms and takes in a specialist selection of classical, rock and spoken word with the slightest of electronic influences too. God fearing or not, praise the Lord. Amen.
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Hierogylph (12" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: MLV 001. Rel: 15 Dec 14
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Hierogylph
  2. Gibraltar
Review: Started in 2013, Mollusca Vinyl is a Brooklyn based electronic reocrd label specializing in minimal style, analog laden music. Our folks believe in pushing the vinyl medium as art. This set of compositions has been described as Balearic downtempo with pastoral departures. Written while on several beaches, it suggests the definition of lackadaisical make out music, emoting euphoric post pillow talk feelings-of-the-raw through minimalist synth phrasing, ambient texturing and isolated beats. Artwork by Doroniyam at Azuri Cafe. Mastered by Jason at Transition Mastering UK. Printed at Brooklyn Phono.
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CCMYK (LP + insert in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: BB 003. Rel: 19 Jun 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. CCMYK4 (4:54)
  2. CCMYK10 (5:44)
  3. CCMYK9 (7:00)
  4. CCMYK1 (5:55)
  5. CCMYK8 (4:05)
  6. CCMYK3 (7:27)
  7. Happy Hipster (6:05)
  8. CCMYK18 (5:12)
Review: Henrik Schwarz may have once produced some the deepest and most atmospheric house records around, but in recent years his dancefloor output has been minimal. Instead, he's re-cast himself as composer and producer working at the cutting edge of neo-classical/electronic music fusion. He's at it again here in cahoots with Dutch string section Alma Quartet. Their inventive and otherworldly arrangements are brilliantly blended with Schwarz's subtle electronics and experimental production techniques to create evocative and imaginative pieces that are often hard to pin down. Sometimes, they're cyclical and heady, as if all involved are channeling Philip Glass or Steve Reich; at other points, they sound like classical versions of unheard minimal techno tracks. Throughout, you'll be surprised, inspired and entertained in equal measure.
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Megla (12")
Cat: KIVTR 003. Rel: 29 Aug 18
Deep House
  1. Megla (5:53)
  2. Yassa (6:40)
  3. Planica (6:05)
  4. Veter (4:53)
Review: A decade after he made his debut on Hooj Choons' deep house offshoot Airtight, Ichisan continues to deliver sporadic releases of the highest quality. The Slovenian is on top form on "Megla", a four-track missive that marks his debut on the fast-rising Kanto label. He eases us in gently with the title track, a wonky but rolling affair built around dub disco bass, fluid electric piano solos and heady Hawaiian guitar flourishes, before reaching for the synthesizers on the bustling cosmic disco cheeriness of "Yassa". The fun continues on the flip, first via the ever rising, sun-bright synthesizer arpeggio lines and wavy atmosphere of Balearic disco workout "Planica", then via the Jonny Nash guitar siolos and dewy-eyed sunrise vibes of "Veter", which could be the EP's standout moment.
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Heyvalva Heyvalva Hey (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BLNK 005. Rel: 01 May 14
Bass
  1. Heyvalva Heyvalva Hey
  2. Bottomless Pit
Review: Blank Mind return with their first release since last year's all conquering Goron Sound platter from the Alan Johnson duo, and it's the turn of label founder Sam Purcell to show off his production skills once more as Dance. Lead track "Heyvalva, Heyvalva, Hey" is distinctively named and you are unlikely to forget the track once you hear it either, which plays out like a bizarro version of Demdike Stare's "Hashashin Chant". Whereas as that track was darkness personified, Dance's production is all about the lightness that surrounds the heavily chopped vocal that acts as a focal point as drums snap in and out of action. "Bottomless Pit" is however a much darker production, with loose half step 909 rhythms cascading in an erratic fashion almost in reaction to the sheer terror of the squalling synth tones and jagged junglist basslines. The sense of dystopian dread is only magnified by the foreboding titular vocal sample that repeats itself with a sense of desperation.
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Broken Woman (coloured vinyl 7")
Cat: SIRVS 005LE. Rel: 25 Sep 18
Soul
  1. Broken Woman (3:23)
  2. Forgive, Live, Repeat (2:41)
Review: Raw Georgian soul from Ruby Velle and her ever ready Soulphonics: two of the most powerful songs from their recent sophomore album State Of All Things enjoy a little slice of 45 justice. Big full flavoured instrumentation, and an even bigger presence from Ruby herself, across the sides Ruby and co flex their full palette; "Broken Women" is so heavy and urgent it naturally carries a powerful and infectious rock feel while "Forgive, Live, Repeat" taps a little more into the early 70s with its extended organ blasts and more lyrical clarity from the provocative bandleader. Pay attention.
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Call Out My Name (white vinyl 7")
Cat: SIRVS 006. Rel: 04 Sep 18
Soul
  1. Call Out My Name (5:34)
  2. Love Less Blind (4:21)
Review: Atlanta troupe Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics treat us to two of the many highlights from their recent sophomore album State Of All Things. Delivered on a limited white 45, both cuts surge with the full spectrum soul they've been developing over the last 12 years. "Call Out My Name", the triumphant Valli-esque album finale is a thumping yet vastly emotional northern soul shakedown while "Love Less Blind" shows the band in a slightly woozier, dreamer state as the band's clam-tight horn section get given the spotlight shine.
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Totem EP (B-STOCK) (double 12")
A R
Cat: AR 006 (B-STOCK). Rel: 08 Dec 17
Drum And Bass
  1. Melinki/Revaux - "Sword Play" (4:57)
  2. Melinki - "Unorthodox" (feat Ozone) (5:01)
  3. Melinki/Revaux - "Totem" (5:32)
  4. Revaux - "Overpass" (5:19)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Box damaged, product unused & in perfect condition***

- Creasing to corner of sleeve
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Cat: MO 2. Rel: 28 Jul 06
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
Review: It's time for the masses to feel the real deepness of the true Chicago 80s era of music. According to the label only ten percent of what happened here in the 80s, is known to the rest of the world. Don't you wanna know the rest? This time a classic Chicago beat track gets put through the blender, and served up with a AA-side of new wave madness which sounds like Gina Soccio on smack. In other word, stellar edits of Propaganda's "Frozen Faces" and a radical take on Chip E's "It's House".
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Nocturnal (12")
Cat: D&H 002. Rel: 10 Sep 18
Techno
  1. MS 04 (3:55)
  2. MS 08 (4:21)
  3. 007 (4:49)
  4. MS 04 (138 remix) (4:49)
  5. 007 (SC-164 remix) (6:18)
Review: Georgia-born, Brooklyn-based Sophia Saze set up Dusk & Haze to release 'genre-free' experimental music, exhibited in the label's debut release entitled 'Solace' EP featuring four versatile cuts from Sophia herself and twisted electro and techno remixes from Umwelt and Benjamin Damage. The second release comes from the enigmatic SDX, a masked artist who's fiercely championed left-of-centre dance music for decades. Crunchy drums and a thumping bassline kick things off in 'MS 04' before Los Angeles duo 138 provide an outstanding remix incorporating a cacophony of raw breaks. Modulated flutters, warped blips and white noise create 'MS 08', leading into the organic drums and off-kilter arpeggios of '007' until New York's SC- 164 reworks '007' delivering a pulsating sub and distorted vocal chops.
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Magnolia (12")
Cat: FAL 002. Rel: 26 May 15
Deep House
  1. Sandman - "Magnolia" (6:45)
  2. Sandman - "Sailor Quest" (7:06)
  3. Gabicci Bruuner - "Surviving" (6:41)
Review: New record from Falstaff.
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Cat: MD 6001. Rel: 01 Apr 15
Deep House
  1. Motion Sickness (5:03)
  2. Mayday Funk (4:06)
  3. Cronic Groove (3:55)
  4. Michael Myers (4:02)
  5. Po-ta Grized (4:25)
  6. Bee W G5 (4:29)
  7. Lights Out (3:43)
  8. Stopen Niggaz (4:07)
Review: Here's something to cheer fans of classic Chicagoan deep house: a surprise re-press of Boo Williams and Glenn Underground's much-lauded (and surprisingly hard to find) 1995 collaborative EP on Maad. The release has always been coveted by those in the know partly due to its' surprisingly eclectic nature. So, while there are classic, organ-laced, typically bumpy deep house jams (see "Motion Sickness", the vibraphone-laden "Cronic Groove" and deliciously bass-heavy, acid-flecked "Bee W G5"), the duo also used the opportunity to indulge their techno fantasies. The EP's final two tracks, "Lights Out" and "Stopen Niggaz", are both relentlessly tough, with ragged electronics and bombastic, fast-paced rhythms.
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Live At Berlin Atonal 2016 (limited heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ATONAL 005. Rel: 12 Sep 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Live At Berlin Atonal 2016 (part 1) (21:03)
  2. Live At Berlin Atonal 2016 (part 2) (23:50)
Review: Arizona based experimental outfit Marshstepper gave one of the most talked about performances at the 2016 edition of Berlin Atonal, and the festival have issued a live recording on their affiliated label. Band members JS Aurelius and Nick Nappa were joined on the evening by Drew McDowall, Varg and Silent Servant - where the collective executed a confronting performance. Employing Coil influenced industrial soundscapes, drone, dark ambient and even some moments of slow-burning techno - they take you on a powerful journey on each side of the record. Aurelius and Nappa run the underground cassette imprint Ascetic House, between Phoenix, Los Angeles and New York City.
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Cat: AP 007. Rel: 14 Aug 14
Industrial/Noise
  1. Building 6
  2. Sub Clinical
  3. Blood On Your Hands
  4. A Home For Phthisis
  5. Raw
  6. The Echoes They Left Behind
Review: Gritty, abrasive and grey-scaled noise fluxions from Daz Quayle and Tony Snowden for the seventh instalment of the Aperture series. The mood is tense and the sounds are cold. It's six tracks of filthy machine noise straight form the gutter. Seriously though, apart from the usual suspects in the game such as Prurient, Kevin Drumm, Whitehouse etc, this is some of the best noise-driven techno music we've heard in a while. Each track brings something special to the picture but the stand-outs are definitly "Sub Clinical" for its menacing rhythmic roll, and "Blood On Your Hands" for its originality - an utterly wacked-out bassline amid all that percussive storm. Sick.
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Hinrich (12")
Cat: ZHARK 030. Rel: 07 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Hinrich (6:53)
  2. Rattle Disco (6:26)
  3. Let Me Fly Away From You (6:22)
  4. Beyond The 4th Alignment (5:59)
Review: For 22 years now Zhark Recordings Berlin has been operating relentlessly on an alternative technoid vision. The keystone of this vision is an approach of full artistic autonomy in full front against the demons of the momentariness, reproduction and stagnation, which were ever present in these past 20 years. This endeavor intensified over the years leading to numerous releases on all types of medium. With the vinyl catalogue number 30 the big K is setting out ONE more TIME to settle the score presenting yet another wrenching collection of DANCE Variations. The Haunting chains of a demoralized sorcerer in HINRICH, the shattering congas of a sinister entity in RATTLE DISCO, the euphoric bawling of a merciless god in LET ME FLY AWAY FROM YOU, the alternating motives of growing tension, clarity and unavoidable obscuration in the UNDERNEATH the 4th Alignment. All these motives are entangled in layers of a fierce percussive bombardment.
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Cat: 596714 Rel: 25 Jan 16 • View all Computer keyboard covers
 
Adobe Premiere Pro Macbook & iMac wireless keyboard cover
Notes: So you love editing in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 or CC, but lets face it, if you could save tons of extra time on each video editing session and get the same results, wouldn't that be great?

With your new Editors Keys Adobe Premiere Pro cover for your MacBook or iMac Wireless keyboard, your projects will get edited faster because you can spend more time working on your project and less time memorising the program keys.

The Editors Keys Cover for Adobe Premiere Pro includes custom editing buttons for the default keyboard layout for Adobe Premiere Pro, transforming the way you work forever. Utilizing a multi-color printing process, the editing keys are color-coded and heat fused to ensure long lasting durability.

Full protection for your Mac

It's the one thing you're worried about... damaging your MacBook and losing all of those important video projects. Well with the Editors Keys Adobe Premiere Pro Cover, you'll not only get faster editing, but a full protection barrier for your Mac. The covers works well at protecting against dust, food and liquid spills such as hot coffee or tea.

Compatibility

Please note this keyboard cover is designed for Adobe Premiere CS6 and CC.

These new covers fit all 'world' MacBook keyboards. (Including US, UK, Europe and Asia). The covers are made of durable, ultra-thin silicone and perfectly moulded to fit your MacBook Keyboard. They are designed to not slip or slide and have a silky smooth feel that is soft and comfortable to the touch and will not restrict typing.

Change the way you edit forever and Buy Yours Now.

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Kin (gatefold LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: EXVOTOLP 01. Rel: 11 May 16
Indie
  1. Blue & Yellow Light (3:42)
  2. Sonar (4:05)
  3. Wounded Wing (4:30)
  4. Hands (2:59)
  5. Here Comes The Vapour (6:02)
  6. Pacific (4:29)
  7. Anola (3:58)
  8. Side By Side (3:41)
  9. 100 Horses Run (4:38)
  10. Follow (4:14)
Review: The return of The Duke Spirit comes as a very pleasant surprise to their fans and beyond, after five years of silence in which the casual observer might have been forgiven for assuming that they'd decided to call it a day - yet 'Kin' is the sound of the band both reinvigorated and righteous, their sound having evolved in style since the breathless garage clangour of yore. With erstwhile Cocteau Twin Simon Raymonde on production duties, it's perhaps no surprise that shoegaze-tinged abstraction makes its presence felt, yet crucially such effects-pedal-euphoria is deployed in the service of indelibly memorable songs, whilst Leila Moss' dulcet tones have rarely sounded more seductive.
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Cat: LR 505012. Rel: 15 Apr 16
Funk
  1. Feel The Spirit (long disco version) (4:03)
  2. Feel The Spirit (disco version) (3:53)
Review: The Foster Jackson Group are one of those forgotten but highly coveted one-hit disco wonders that exist in the bottomless pit that is often classed simply as 'soul'. All that aside, these people made an incredible 12" back in 1979 that has been going for serious bucks on the second-hand market, but thankfully the prodigious P&P Records have saved the day yet again. "Feel The Spirit" is a devilish, inimitable disco jingle that is split between the more percussion ridden "Long Disco Version", and a more contained, more floor-focussed "Disco Version" They both contain that instantly addictive dose of piano, though. Check it out, you'll know what we mean...
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Cat: INDIG 002. Rel: 31 Oct 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Naked Dub (6:00)
  2. Cash Dub (7:18)
  3. Pyramid (Omar 1:00 am live jam) (6:32)
  4. Too Late For Nonesense (Omar live Out Of Box tool) (6:25)
Review: Indigenous Electronic's second release the "No Market for Emotion" EP pushes further into organic territory with a hardware driven release. The A side sees two tracks on the dubbier end of the spectrum recorded by Iranian producer Ramtin Niazi, a musician with a background in instrumental music, now with a greater focus on machine orientated electronic music. Niazi's contribution sees him delivering two low slung tracks: "Naked Dub" progressing with Lush emotional pads and "Cash Dub" a moodier counterpart. The B side sees the label's head Omar Jayyusi's debut release, with two entirely out the box jams recorded straight to two track. "Pyramid" has a deep and solid rumbling low end, acid basslines and percussive drums. "Too Late for nonsense", is a sub-bass focused micro house dj tool, punchy and reaching the lower end of the dynamic range.

Limited release of x 200 vinyl only without repress.

Support. by XDB
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DILEMMA 001 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: DILEMMA 001. Rel: 05 Apr 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Dilemma (original) (6:00)
  2. Dilemma (vocal original) (4:12)
  3. Dilemma (Garage mix) (5:16)
  4. Dilemma (Garage radio edit) (3:26)
Review: Following appearances on the interconnected Distant Hawaii and Lobster Theremin labels, DJ Sonikku (AKA British producer Tony Dowson) drops a mysterious, hand-stamped 12". It boasts contrasting versions of the previously unheard "Dilemma", a chiming and bouncy concoction that joins the dots between thrusting proto-house, Yellow Magic Orchestra and cheery '80s synth-pop. The latter influence is clearer on the 'Original Vocal' version, which makes great use of a relatively well-known acapella. On the flip, Dowson gives the track a radical overhaul, laying the ultra-positive original melodies over a sparse but weighty, two-step influenced groove. It's not garage in the traditional sense, and some may find it a little on the sickly-sweet side. There's no denying, though, that it sounds like a scene anthem in the making.
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Porky Pies (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: FP7 01. Rel: 25 Apr 18
Funk
  1. Porky Pies (4:11)
  2. The Cracker (4:26)
Review: London's The Getup release their seventh release, this time for Saskatoon's' Funky Pops Records. Hammond player Mark Ashfield first met up with established funk musicians Mark Claydon (drums) and Ian Stevens (bass) and that's when the band was born. The past few years have seen them establish themselves in the national funk scene, playing many of the top venues like The Jazz Cafe and The Yardbird in Birmingham. Now they add Lee Blackmore on guitar and horns by Tristan Gaudion and Alex Harris. The Getup's sound remains firmly in the British camp - indeed they seem to have developed their own unique style and have been compared by many to an early James Taylor Quartet.
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Cat: 734882 Rel: 18 Jul 19 • View all Synth modules
 
High-quality dual linear VCA with mixing functionalities
Notes: Audiophile Circuits League VC Dual Amp contains two fully discrete voltage controllable amplifiers with linear characteristic. It is based on a new circuit design which delivers unheard clarity of sound. To this day there is no other VCA using this special technique!

The module offers a very low harmonic distortion in the whole linear gain range, no crossover distortion and no overshoots nor ringing. Furthermore, it has a very high dynamic range which provides a lot of headroom. The VCAs will amplify the input signal very accurately and it will sound crystal clear, without any coloration, distortion or bleed. Each channel has a Gain potentiometer for manually setting the VCA's initial gain and a control voltage input which is equipped with an attenuverter for scaling the modulation.

Thanks to normalized signal and CV inputs, both VCAs can be used in conjunction - great for processing stereo material. Furthermore, you can create voltage controlled panning effects and crossfades in next to no time. Beside the two individual audio outputs from each VCA, there is a Sum-output which provides the mix of the output of both VCAs and of the signal coming from the Aux-input. This additional input has no level control and is mixed at unity gain. Thus three different signals can be mixed together.

The amplifiers are also suitable for processing control voltages thanks to a completely DC-coupled signal path. Behind its simple appearance, this module shines with its functionality and sound quality!
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Soft Machinations (triple 12")
Cat: CC 01. Rel: 04 Jul 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Secret Games 3 (8:21)
  2. Various Small Flames (6:35)
  3. Hold (8:59)
  4. 82' (5:46)
  5. Moy Lally In D (14:41)
  6. Others Here With You (6:16)
  7. Voynich 2 (7:15)
  8. Ode To Eliane (Rec 2) (1:07)
  9. Yovereve (part 1) (8:00)
  10. Slipthru (7:28)
  11. Torealise (8:27)
  12. Ode To Eliane (Rec 1) (6:42)
Review: Sheffield's man of many aliases Tommy Vicari Jnr unleashes his debut LP as V.I.C.A.R.I on new Aussie vinyl-only imprint established by Mantra Collective's Jack Fuller. If you've followed Tommy for more than a minute you'll know what's in store here: lucid machine funk that bumps, grinds and spaces the dickens out of you. Key highlights include the molten warped bass on "Moy Lally In D", the juddering clipped funk of "Various Small Flames" and the Detroitian soul hurricane that is "Youereve" but these are just three of the twelve stunning synthetic spells he's cast right here. Essential.
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Danger (12")
Cat: BLNK 008. Rel: 18 Aug 16
Bass
  1. Danger (6:34)
  2. Gibbon 5 (6:27)
  3. Insomnia (5:22)
  4. The Legendary (6:25)
Review: You can always rely on London's Blank Mind imprint to deliver the freshest, most gloriously noxious bass twists around. After a short hiatus, the label returns with four slithering licks of beats and low frequencies from South Africa's AudioBoyz, Durban's collaborative project consisting of Fatonic, Motion, Mudpunk and Njeh. Now, this particular strain of tribal dance music has been coined 'Gqom', and it's the perfect balance between urban and rural, modern and ancient. "Danger" and "Gibbon5", although different in their choices of sounds and aesthetic, are both made up of the same sort of ritualistic outlook that has been missing from the bass world for a while. On the flip, "Insomnia" slices its sharp percussion stabs over a thin layer of bass and an even more stripped-down sonic landscape, leaving "The Legendary" to deliver the most musical content on this EP, a dark and alluring wormhole of sonics. TIP!
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Story #009 (12")
Cat: STORY 09. Rel: 30 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. 2 (7:37)
  2. Nothing Stays The Same (7:53)
  3. Freakin' It (8:55)
  4. Raw Meat (8:44)
Review: Another year another Story and just in time, thank goodness! Following up a great one by New York City's James Duncan in 2015, this year's edition comes courtesy of a yet unnamed producer taking up the reins. But it's business as usual here on this deep and trippy collection of soulful KDJ inspired house jams. On the A side we've got the smoky "2" that grooves along with a simple rusty drum pattern accompanied by smooth clarinet and Rhodes elements, followed by the dirty analogue bounce of "Nothing Stays The Same". On the flip, there's the sexy late night mood lighting of "Freakin' It"; loved how stripped back and emotive this one was was. Finally "Raw Meat" takes it all the way home in slo-mo style, with those James Brown samples atop making a nice touch.
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Cat: HMWL 010. Rel: 13 Mar 17
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Be There (3:36)
  2. Be There (Halllo Halo remix) (5:31)
  3. Be There (Ghost Immanuel dub) (6:41)
Review: House Music With Love turn once again to Swedish duo Swim for a record soaked in a particularly soothing bath of Balearic goodness. Original track "Be There" is certainly laced with an air of Scandinavian cool, not least thanks to Erika Rosen's dreamy vocals, but there's a solid boogie undercarriage carrying the music along. Halllo Halo step up with a remix that makes a playful, intricate broken beat refrain out of the backing track while maintaining the vocals. Ghost Immanuel meanwhile whips up a spacious dub that stays close to the original, albeit in instrumental form.
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Supro 1310 Tremolo Pedal (effects pedal)
Cat: 640522 Rel: 13 Feb 17 • View all Effects pedals
 
Tremolo effects pedal, with switchable amplitude/harmonic tremolo modes & expression pedal input
Notes: The Supro Tremolo is an analog stompbox designed to recreate two of the most desirable vacuum tube based modulation effects found in American amplifiers of the 1960's. The Supro Tremolo pedal's AMPLITUDE / HARMONIC switch allows the musician to choose between these distinctly different, vintage effects. AMPLITUDE mode provides the traditional swampy, tremolo sounds generated by bias modulating the power tubes in the original Supro amps. HARMONIC mode provides the psychedelic tones of Leo Fender's brownface and blonde amps from the early 60's. We've implemented Leo's unique "harmonic tremolo" effect within the output stage of the pedal to create an "amp-like" modulation experience.

The Supro Tremolo pedal features pre-amp and power amp sections, with an actual output transformer deployed to recreate the magnetic saturation and coloration of the original vacuum tube based effects found in these historic amps. Along with the standard modulation controls for speed and depth, the Supro Tremolo also features a gain circuit that allows the musician to overdrive the output stage, right where the modulation effects are created. The GAIN control sets the amount of "preamp" gain in the pedal. As you turn the gain up, the "power amp" circuit will gradually be pushed into overdrive. This control gives you a wide range of sounds from clean to grind, with magnetic saturation occurring as the power section is pushed into overdrive. As you crank up the gain, the overall output level of the Supro Tremolo is automatically compensated in order to maintain consistent signal level. This allows the musician to use the GAIN control to alter the texture of the modulation effects without an overwhelming increase in audio output level.

SPEED and DEPTH controls determine the rate and amount of modulation present in the effect. An industry-standard TRS expression pedal can be used to control the speed of the Supro tremolo. When an expression pedal is in use, the on-board SPEED knob is used to set the maximum value. The rate of modulation is indicated by the pulsing LED status indicator. All Supro pedals are assembled in Port Jefferson, NY, USA, featuring custom-tooled, anodized, brushed-aluminium enclosures, 9V battery or AC powered operation, rear-mounted metal jacks, easy-access side-mounted battery drawer and studio-friendly, noiseless (click-free) true-bypass switching.
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Shake (limited 12")
Cat: HRV 01. Rel: 03 Apr 17
Deep House
  1. Shake (5:45)
  2. Shake (Bohemia remix) (6:40)
  3. Shake (Ben A remix) (6:21)
  4. Last Nite (Mike Millrain mix) (6:21)
  5. Last Nite (6:04)
Review: Andy Riley and Laurence Ritchie return with something a little slower and more broken that we'd usually expect: "Shake" lives up to its name with sultry broken drums, a bulging warm bassline and all-round sense of midtempo sexiness while "Last Nite" spices up the punch a little with more of a shuffling jack, vocal loopery and just the right smidgeon of acid. Remixes come from Ben A (starlit deep house), Bohemia (stately jacks) and Mike Millrain (cosmic synths that wouldn't have gone amiss in Chicago 1989) Shake shake the room...
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Cat: NKDLTD 002. Rel: 16 Aug 18
Electro
  1. SOST (5:28)
  2. Turtle Dance (7:12)
Review: Ben Westbeech continues to impress under the Breach alias, a pseudonym used for the Bristol producer's most dancefloor-focused material. In the past, much of this has been weighty and dancefloor focused, but in recent times Westbeech has served up far more melodious fare. "SOST", the track that opens the latest Breach 12", takes this approach, peppering a relaxed, funk-fuelled electro rhythm with cascading synthesizer melodies and attractively spacey electronics. The skewed deep electro vibe can also be heard on similarly attractive flipside "Turtle Dance", which fixes the far-sighted sounds of IDM/electro sort B12 to a rubbery synth bassline and punchy machine beats.
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Cat: K2 15. Rel: 13 Jul 06
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Hearki
  2. Raido
  3. Sailjo
Review: Dahlback again in effect on his new second home, K2 out of Cologne. "Hearki" envelops you in a rotund bass drum, splashed with effects, nagging groove and delicately spotted with small percussive effects, deadly in the details. Watch out for the obliterated middle section as well, like a shoot out in an arcade, real horror show man. "Raido" flies a little too close to the big sun called preset for our tastes, but the choogling "Sailjo" rounds up and offers a necessary dry aftertaste to the aural palette, very new-Balearic, very good. Usual big stuff from Dahlback.
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Cat: 719167 Rel: 22 Mar 19 • View all Effects pedals
 
Fully analogue echo/delay effects pedal
Notes: The Supro Delay is a premium, all-analogue echo pedal that uses a pair of new-production MN3005 "bucket brigade" IC chips to deliver sounds ranging from 20ms slapback up to 600ms of buttery vintage delay. Far superior in fidelity to the low-voltage MN32XX series chips more commonly used in modern stompboxes, the high-voltage MN3005 IC chips found in the Supro Delay provide sweeter echoes with dramatically increased headroom and dynamic range, due to their robust 15V power rails.

In addition to TIME, REPEATS and LEVEL knobs, the Supro Delay features a newly-designed FILTER control that provides both low-pass and band-pass functions on a single knob. This unique filter design provides both the dark and murky echoes associated with BBD analogue delays as well as bright tape echo sounds that evolve over time with extended repeats. Drawing inspiration from the golden era of analogue pedals and recording to tape, the Supro Delay was designed by Howard Davis, master engineer behind the legendary late-1970's EHX Deluxe Memory Man and the Pigtronix Echolution.

Supro Delay offers an Expression input which can be assigned to control of the TIME, REPEATS or LEVEL knobs using a standard TRS expression pedal. The Supro Delay comes housed in a custom-made anodized aluminium chassis and features soft-touch, click-free, true bypass switching, as well as internally switchable Dry Kill and Trails functions. The Supro Delay runs on standard 9VDC power, using internal voltage-doubling to provide world-class headroom in a compact analogue delay pedal.
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Nuances De Nuit Vol 2
Cat: NUIT 002. Rel: 07 Oct 19
Deep House
  1. Politics Of Dancing - "When The Morning Comes"
  2. Akyra - "Rizla"
  3. Karaba - "Floating Mind"
  4. Cosmic JD/Zenta - "Spencer Landoff"
Review: Here's some good news: the second salvo from nascent label Nuances de Nuit is every bit as alluring as its predecessor. It follows a similar blueprint, too, offering up a quartet of cuts from emerging artists. Politics of Dancing get the ball rolling via "When The Morning Comes", a picturesque peak-time throb-job that layers twinkling piano motifs and starry synth stabs atop non-stop beats and thrusting synth-bass. Akyra offers up a dreamy, ear-pleasing fusion of rolling tech-house and spacey deep house (the excellent "Rizla"), while Karaba's "Floating Mind" is a tough but drowsy deep house bumper built around sturdy beats and squelchy electronic bass. Last -but by no means least - is Cosmic JD and Jenta's pleasingly wonky "Spencer Landoff", where off-kilter electronics, jaunty bass and inter-dimensional melodies ricochet off hip-swinging deep-tech drums.
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Cat: 683889 Rel: 28 Mar 18 • View all Synth modules
 
Fuzz module featuring three voltage-controllable parameters - 12HP
Notes: The Baron Samedi circuit produces all sorts of extreme fuzz sounds with a fundamentally gated nature. It's easy to think of the pedal as a supernatural harmonic generator of sorts - with a fuzz sound that goes from tame to obnoxious and a row of three extremely interactive knobs, it's easy to dial in a wide range of broken speaker, AM radio, sub-oscillating and scooped mid sounds - and everything in between.

The heart of this module is the same as that of the pedal, so you can nail all the sounds the pedal has to offer. The attenuverter-equipped CV inputs are designed to drag your yet-pristine synth signals into a chaotic, loud and vulgar afterlife.

With modifications that allow it to be used with modular level signals, the Baron Samedi module can act like a waveshaper or a saturator - but add CV and all bets are off. The LIFE CV deepens or flattens the notch of the tone control, the DEATH CV adds PWM-like textural manipulation, going from very quiet to very loud in the process, and the BURIAL CV acts as a gate of sorts. Some extremely unique, somewhat ring modulation-like sounds can be had when feeding audio-range signals into the DEATH and BURIAL CV inputs. It goes without saying that there is a lot of merit in running CV into all three inputs simultaneously for maximum sonic mayhem.

The module would not be complete without a dry/wet blend knob, useful both as a performance tool and to fine tune the amount of textural distortion desired.
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WATER: Dancing Moon (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AESP 001. Rel: 11 Feb 19
Electro
  1. House In Blue Rain (5:42)
  2. Dancing Moon (7:55)
  3. Throne Of Clay (6:51)
Review: A new project based out of Copenhagen - Aether's Spring comes shrouded in mystery but makes a bold statement with this first transmission. WATER: Dancing Moon 12" leads in with "House In Blue Rain," a downcast track bathed in melancholic pads and blown out percussion around a steady 4/4 tick. "Dancing Moon" is a more kinetic affair that works with all kinds of synth shapes alongside some primal drum machine percussion that lends the track a new wave quality that suits it just fine. Closer "Throne Of Clay" spreads across the B side in a brooding, journeying epic fit for the likes of classic James Holden or a more wave-minded Jon Hopkins.
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Cat: 690905 Rel: 17 Dec 18 • View all Synth modules
 
Flagship oscillator featuring ten individual waveform outputs - 26HP
Notes: We are proud to present our newest workpiece: The ACL Multifunction Discrete VCO combines a massive single saw tooth core with a strong sub oscillator - each of them with its individual wave shaper. As usual, we didn't spare any effort to bring you the best quality - from the inside right to the outside.

The module comes with saw, inverted saw, PW rectangle, triangle and sine - all important waveforms of a proper modular unit are featured. We constructed all signal paths in fully discrete design up to the outputs - but it is much more to it than just a clone of a classical VCO:

If you play with the linear detune, it is possible to create awesome "beating effects" between two or more VCOs. The direct relation between the linear detune and VCO response makes it possible to use the same frequency at every pitch - for an atmospheric, rich and alive sound.

If you play the VCO in LFO mode, the module enables to control the speed in the same way as in VCO mode. If you leave V/Oct CV, you can generate very long lasting sweeps.

Another strong feature are the big syncing capabilities: Adjust the sync amount manually or via CV between the range of sync and no sync - and surf through variable degrees from soft to hard sync.

The core should sync to all repeatable waveforms - approximately exceeding 1 V pp - but in case sync wave is important for some applications, it is possible to choose between falling and rising edge sync in order to hold the proper phase relation between the syncing and the synced wave.

The Gate Input gives you the option to reset the VCO core at the beginning of every note. This feature is highly recommended for the creation of bass and percussion patches if every attack should sound equal and systematic at each time the notes are played. The Gate Input can be used as hard-sync input as well, even in the same time with the Sync input.

You are free to modulate both the oscillator and sub oscillator rectangle wave pulse widths through their separate PWM Ins and PW pots.

On top of this, you also have the possibility to choose between different PWM "carrier" waves to change the PWM-behaviour: Rising and Falling Sawtooth will create an unsymmetrical PWM, while Triangle will create a very musical sounding symmetrical PWM.
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Cat: MT 001. Rel: 06 Feb 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Equinox (23:05)
  2. Celestial Realms (23:07)
Review: It would be fair to say that a vinyl edition of "Celestial Realms" has been a long time coming. The one-off collaboration between new age musician Jonathan "Lyghte" Goldman and cult ambient artist Laraaji was originally only released on cassette. As Laraaji's reputation has rocketed in recent years, demand for the hard-to-find tape has risen - hence this first vinyl reissue. It comprises two long, fluid and laidback compositions built around slowly shifting ambient chords, delay-laden zither textures, subtle bell melodies, occasional guitar solos and meandering synthesizer lines. Both tracks are wonderfully blissful and calming, suggesting that they're best listened to while lying flat on your back.
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Cat: 717553 Rel: 28 Mar 18 • View all Effects pedals
 
B-STOCK: Box opened, product in perfect working order
Notes: ***B-STOCK: Box opened, product in perfect working order***


The AFA Baron Samedi Fuzz pays homage to the legendary Jordan Bosstone, but sounds nothing like one. Additional gain and a very strange tone control add aggression, fullness and bite to the sound. The interactivity of the top three knobs make this a raucous device that yields an entire variety of sounds, from a great vintage fuzz tone to synthier sounds with faux-portamento decay.

Guaranteed to summon harmonics from other worlds, the AFA Baron Samedi encapsulates the vulgarity, the madness and sheer joy of the electric guitar. Whether you're playing mellower brass sounds on a jazz solo from hell, gated faux-bass single-note riffs or all-out scooped mid riffs, this pedal will take every note to the afterlife and back.

Did we just say guitar? For those unafraid to experiment and stand out, the Baron is a devastating effect, live or in the studio, to use on drum machines, synthesisers and bass guitar too.

Hand-built with pride in Bombay, India.
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Cat: 714519 Rel: 25 Jan 19 • View all Synth modules
 
Gritty sounding delay effect with open feedback path - 10HP
Notes: The Coma Reactor module from Animal Factory Amplification is an innovative delay with a variety of sonic possibilities.

It is based on a PT2399 delay chip and offers amazing routing and sound design options.

The Coma knob is an attenuator for the input signal. Low levels can generate funny noises. The input signal is mirrored at the Thru output, for further processing with another module.

There are separate dry and wet potentiometers to adjust the desired effect amount.

The delay time ranges from 30 to 2000 ms. It can be controlled manually via the Time knob or with control voltage thanks to the MOD input, which is equipped with an attenuverter and a switch for setting the amount of modulation. Furthermore there is a LED which indicates the CV polarity.

The delay features a feedback knob for controlling the repeats. Turned fully clockwise it will bring up self-oscillation.

Thanks to an integrated send/return path it is possible to use the module with external effects. The volume of the external effect is controlled by the Return potentiometer. If nothing is connected to send/return, the delay signal is routed internally through a crude twin-T Bandpass Filter. The effected signal can be fed back into the delay circuit thanks to a dedicated Return Feedback knob.
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Diamond Dust (hand-stamped 12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: LSS 003. Rel: 30 Jan 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Earth Temple (Mobbs version) (7:37)
  2. Earth Temple (2:37)
  3. Sky Garden (Mobbs version) (5:23)
  4. Sky Garden (4:24)
  5. Diamond Dust (Mobbs version) (6:23)
  6. Diamond Dust (3:28)
Review: Lobster Sleep Sequence is developing into a fine label with each new release, with its parent brand - Lobster Theremin - doing its very best to branch out into all corners of the electronic game. This new LP form Sonikku is a delightful deviation of the senses, carrying a noticeable sway of airy melodies without the use of heavy, distorted beats, or gratuitous noise-filtered bric-a-brac. In fact, the majority of this LP is composed of delicate atmospherics showcasing the more placid side of downtempo, offering listeners an ambient texture which successfully merges a whole array of styles and influences together under one banner. Lovely.
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Love Is All You Love (gatefold red vinyl LP + booklet)
Cat: SOAKLP 182D. Rel: 12 Apr 19
Rock
  1. Carnivorous (3:49)
  2. That's My Trouble (2:58)
  3. Love Is All You Love (3:23)
  4. Not The Kind Of Nothing (3:07)
  5. Cool Your Battles (3:21)
  6. Sound Of You (4:47)
  7. Thanks A Lot (3:57)
  8. We're Alive (3:29)
  9. Speed Of Light (3:23)
  10. Gold (3:59)
Review: Southampton's own bones brigade, Band Of Skulls, return with an epic fifth studio album, delivering a sweet selection of alternative pop rock versatility. The album opens with a salvo of heavier, more motley rock sounds before hitting its catchy title track halfway through the A-side. "Not The Kind Of Nothing" and "Cool Your Battles" turns out the A-side from anything too soft, with the band serving up a cooing, more contemplative and ethereal number in "Sound of You" that opens the second disc. The slightest of country and folk inspirations waver in and out of "We're Alive", with the emotional wall of sound that is "Speed Of Light" a true highlight, alongside the jamming post-punk hit: "Gold". Like James Murphy dressed up as Nikki Sixx.
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Cat: 546682 Rel: 04 Dec 14 • View all Effects units
 
Spring reverb effects unit with exposed spring design
Notes: *** NO POWER SUPPLY INCLUDED - USES GENERIC 12VAC ADAPTER ***

Basically, the Ekdahl Moisturizer is a spring reverb where the springs are exposed so they can be played/hit/fiddled with. As well as being capable of creating sound in itself, you can of course also play sound through the springs like a regular spring reverb - this makes for happy-fun-time finger-modulation of the reverb on whatever audio that's going through it. On top of this there's an analog multimode filter that can be used to attenuate or exaggerate certain frequencies in the sound, this is real handy while playing the springs as you can - for instance - cut all the highs and just make thunderous doomy sounds or do the opposite; cut all the lows and make that ear piercing high frequency special love. Also, it incorporates an LFO that's internally routable to the filter and that also has some external routing-stuff. The Ekdahl Moisturizer has tons of CV / Expression pedal options on the back for even more hillarious moments. The Moisturizer is a mono unit.

The Moisturizer was developed with the help of Jason Willett (Half Japanese, Leperchaun Catering), Martin Schmidt (Matmos, Instant Coffee), Joshua Atkins (Polygons, Major Powers), mom & dad and many more.

The Ekdahl Moisturizer contains exactly:
Preamp (up to 10 times gain)
Reverb
Reverb / Preamp wet/dry crossfader (Knob & CV/EP controllable)
State variable filter with
Lowpass/Bandpass/Highpass seamless crossover (Knob, CV/EP & LFO controllable)
Cutoff (Knob, CV/EP & LFO controllable)
Resonance (WITHOUT resonance limiter)
LFO with
Speed control (Knob & CV/EP controllable)
Square / Triangle crossover
External output with output amplitude knob
Filter / No filter wet/dry crossfader (Knob & CV/EP controllable)

The preamp section is designed for a max of 10 times gain, this to accomodate for low level output instruments such as guitars etc. The reverb tank has normal reverb signal gain on it, meaning that if you hit the springs hard they'll distort like crap which is real nice, if you hit them softly the sound won't be distorted.

The filter in the Ekdahl Moisturizer is abrasive, the fact that it doesn't have any resonance limiting makes it possible to get the filter to sound *really* bubbly & metallic (way more then any filter i've ever heard), but it's also of course capable of sounding completely "normal" - it all depends on the amount of resonance and/or gain. The fact that you can seamlessly fade inbetween lowpass, bandpass or highpass filter (or lowpass+bandpass and highpass+bandpass) makes the unit pretty damn versatile and by using the wet/dry filter/no filter crossfader there's some neat shit that can be done too. Now it should be said that due to the fact that there's no resonance limiter, if using very high gain, with high resonance and turning the cutoff frequency very high the filter might cut out - not to worry, just turn the cutoff back a bit and the filter pops in again. This happens because the filter gets overloaded and can be avoided with a resonance limiter, however if i had one of those all the super-awesome bounce would be gone and it'd sound like all the other filter out there.

The Ekdahl moisturizer has six CV/Expression pedal related jacks on the back, one of them is a LFO output so you can control other shit with The Moisturizer's LFO. All the other jacks are inputs and takes either CV or Expression pedal, they are: Reverb Mixture, VCF Cutoff, VCF Filter Mode (LP/BP/HP), Filter Mixture and LFO Speed.
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Kites (LP)
Cat: SMO 002LP. Rel: 07 Mar 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Prism (4:54)
  2. Variations (4:13)
  3. Night (3:53)
  4. Kites (5:08)
  5. Bridge (4:05)
  6. Own (5:16)
  7. Branches (4:03)
  8. Youth (5:00)
  9. Tunnel (3:52)
  10. Alone (4:16)
Review: Two years ago, following the release of their acclaimed Colour Theory album, Submotion Orchestra decided to part company with Ninja Tune offshoot Counter Records. The upheaval seems to have had little effect on the Leeds collective's creativity, because Kites, their fifth full length, is every bit as sumptuous and soulful as their previous albums. In truth, there's little deviation from their usual script - think fragile, folksy soul vocals, gentle jazz instrumentation and beats and basslines inspired by hip-hop, dubstep and trip-hop - but that's not meant as a criticism; few acts are capable as making music as beguiling and atmospheric as Submotion Orchestra.
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Cat: 669268 Rel: 14 Nov 17 • View all Studio accessories
 
Headphones stand
Notes: Designed for both home and professional use, this elegant table-top headphones stand securely holds up to two large sets of headphones. Convenient slots on the holder facilitate convenient and tidy routing and storage of cables or ear buds. The stand features a die-cast aluminium base and tower construction, whereby the holder itself is made of plastic with a rubberised finish.
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Cat: 669270 Rel: 26 Mar 18 • View all Studio accessories
 
Headphone holder for attachment to desks
Notes: This hanger clamps to any desk with 5 to 45 mm thickness to put your headphones in easy reach. It features two convenient slots to keep your headphone cables neat and tidy, and the plastic set screw tip protects your desk's finish.
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Sojourn (reissue) (LP + insert)
Cat: DE 004. Rel: 21 May 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Creating Peace (3:18)
  2. Heartsong (6:11)
  3. Fantasia (4:09)
  4. Magic Forest (4:30)
  5. Ancient Past (4:10)
  6. Journey To Ixltan (4:36)
  7. Trio (3:44)
  8. So Far... (5:27)
Review: After New York no wave heroes Liquid Liquid disbanded in the mid 1980s, percussionist and marimba player Dennis Young released a number of cassette-only albums of meditative new age music and chiming ambient compositions. 1989 set "Sojourn", here issued on vinyl for the first time with the addition of three previously unheard archive cuts, is arguably the best of the bunch. Rich in ear-catching synthesizer melodies, humid South East Asian instrumentation, cyclic musical motifs (think Steve Reich or Terry Riley), gentle percussion and - on the dusty "Ancient Past" - delay-laden vocals, the album's eight tracks are uniformly tuneful, blissful and undeniably emotive.
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Cat: 711924 Rel: 05 Dec 18 • View all Magazines
 
Feat Acolytes, Nkisi, DJ Heroin, Sue Tompkins, DJ Lycox, upsammy & more!
Notes: Latest issue of Zweikommasieben Magazine. It features interviews with Acolytes, Nkisi, DJ Heroin, Vladimir Ivkovic, Eartheater, Lorenzo Senni, Sue Tompkins, DJ Lycox, upsammy, and a portrait about Queeste. Furthermore, you'll find the essays "Echoes and Minerals," "I Dance Alone," "Platforms Beyond Prediction," and "Still Standing," as well as contributions by Tomoko Sauvage, Pierre Berthet, and Belia Winnewisser & Vinzenz Meyner in the magazine. Finally, there's the usual suspects aka the columns that are "Basslines," "Soundtexts" and "We Are Time."
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