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Marymont (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CEAD 002. Rel: 14 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Person Sans (5:23)
  2. 20,000 (6:17)
  3. Western/Eastern (5:28)
Review: After kicking things off with the killer "Mariachi Guadalajara" by Lewski, Or:la's Cead label returns with another emergent talent, Blu Terra. The Warsaw based producer comes on strong for this breakthrough release with the heavy slapping, sound design-enhanced electro of "Person Sans". Even if the opening track felt detailed, it's superseded by the barrage of information spilling out of crafty, distinctive acid monster "20,000". "Western/Eastern" spreads across the B-side in a nervous twitch of rave energy geared towards big dark spaces, perfect for that spine-tingling part of the night when the real world feels very far away indeed.
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 in stock $10.81
Treasure (limited 12" + insert) (1 per customer)
Doo
Cat: DOO 360. Rel: 15 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. SnP 500 (7:33)
  2. Reduce Something (8:56)
  3. Treasure (4:03)
 in stock $11.89
Siah Mashq (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AKS 8. Rel: 14 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Siah Mashq 1 (6:56)
  2. Siah Mashq 2 (4:26)
  3. Siah Mashq 3 (14:24)
Review: Shahr Farang continues to blossom as a label, primarily as a vessel for the work of Sohrab Karimi and Rasul Gafarov, better known as Ahu and Lenta respectively. On this occasion, Ahu and Lenta have teamed up to present some intriguing clippings from two separate improvised studio jams. As is customary with the label, the primary mode of expression is minimal techno shrouded in hazy textures and atmospheric matter, but it veers more towards the kind of clicks and cuts you'd expect from a classic Scape record than anything geared towards the dancefloor. The steady tick of a 4/4 kick means this music isn't necessarily consigned to the headphones though - the right kind of warm up slot or backroom could be just the place to melt into these delicate productions.
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Played by: M50
 in stock $9.20
Automatic Tango (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: TMPL 006. Rel: 16 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Meteor Dance (1:07)
  2. Passion Programme (4:30)
  3. Naturally, Mechanically (4:05)
  4. Agitation Dub (6:34)
  5. Automatic Tango (4:14)
  6. It's Hard To Tell (3:27)
Review: Ex-Terrestrial associate Richard Wenger - better known as R Weng - dons a new alias here, for an album that's apparently the result of a "three-year experiment in minimal synth maximalism". In practice, that means a hugely enjoyable trip through Radio Workshop style synthesizer motifs, hypnotic machine rhythms, 1970s style electronic music soundscapes, jaunty turn-of-the-90s IDM and occasional forays into decidedly dubbed-out, synth-driven grooves. It's a hugely enjoyable collection of cuts, with Wenger providing finished tracks that sound like they could have been made in 1979 (or in some cases, '69) rather than 2019.
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 in stock $10.28
Planet Alliance Vol 1 (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: LOD 014. Rel: 17 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Arkanoid - "Sunday Morning Trip" (9:44)
  2. Joel John - "Acid Icarus" (feat Pete Hope) (5:03)
  3. Vadim Sharygin - "Hive" (6:22)
  4. Acid Youth - "Dust" (4:21)
 in stock $12.97
FORTHCOMING
Asimov's Code
Asimov's Code (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIS 316.
Electro
  1. Clandestine Development
  2. Aegis
  3. Lambda
  4. Asimov's Code
Review: Versalife's second release for 20/20 Vision sees Dutch producer Boris Bunnik aka Conforce return with another slab of signature electro.

'Clandestine Development' serves up dark tones and melodies layered within insistent electro beats and growling bass, that sounds huge on big room systems. 'Aegis' delivers a double dose of mechanical funk, played over atmospheric strings and auditory acid delights.

On the B side 'Lamba' continues to impress with a moody laidback bass line holding the groove down over a solid rhythm & dystopian keys. Wrapping things up the title track 'Asimov's Code' plays out like war drums from space pounding away after a blissful intro of building synths.
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FORTHCOMING
Potential For Havoc Burnt
LMD
Cat: LMD 021.
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Broken Royal Shank
  2. Collapse Of Meaning
  3. Contrarian
  4. Cabin In The Sky
Review: When it comes to dub-fuelled, mind-altering insanity, few are capable of setting the pulse racing quite like German veteran Bernd "Burnt" Friedman. For proof, check this essential new EP. By his standards, it's particularly wild, utilizing psychedelic electronics, exotic and occasionally droning Indian sounds, weighty bass and ambidextrous rhythms that variously doff a camp to grime, dubstep and the polyrhythms of Africa. Our picks are intoxicating and fragrant opener "Broken Royal Shank" - Asian dancehall via Coburg - and the trance-inducing dub techno hypnotism of "Contrarian", though closing cut "Cabin In The Sky" is pretty darn tasty, too.
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Played by: Leif, Alexis Le-Tan
coming soon $10.28
FORTHCOMING
Normdays Corenights EP
VARIOUS
Cat: BNC 003.
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Itinerant Dubs - "Electro Journey"
  2. Kreggo - "Able Mutable"
  3. Rose Again - "Green Shades"
  4. Katatonic Silentio - "Underneath"
  5. Odd Shy Guy & Rose Again - "Riflesso" (Diastema mix)
  6. Sabla - "Terra"
coming soon $12.44
Cat: REF 13. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Techno
  1. Kairo (11:48)
  2. Room Kick (7:08)
 in stock $37.86
Palma Mira (12")
Cat: ETHBO 15. Rel: 18 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Palma Mira (7:49)
  2. Finale (5:21)
 in stock $11.36
Vicious Love (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIS 315. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Electro
  1. An Arab In Space (5:00)
  2. Vicious Love (5:50)
  3. She Gets Mad (4:49)
  4. Headache (5:34)
Review: This is proving to be a big breakthrough year for Kosh, a producer hailing from Casablanca in Morocco. After making a first appearance last year on Casa Voyager, he's returned to that label a second time before dropping the "Endless Quest" 12" on eudemonia. But now he's made a marked leap forward with this transmission on 20:20 Vision, where his incredibly well-read take on vintage electro sounds right at home. There is quality pouring from every corner of this record, but we recommend you make a beeline for the sumptuous "Vicious Love," an acid-laced burner with soul to match its snarl.
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 in stock $9.20
FORTHCOMING
I - XI
I - XI (double 12")
Cat: BBR 017.
 
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Trans Mute
  2. IR2826
  3. Hypotension
  4. Aufkreuzen!
  5. Flglrm-Ggnr
  6. Mandarin
  7. Typisch DEUTZ
  8. Quota Arabicum
  9. Sonnenberg
  10. Edelmann Reist
  11. Kira
  12. Annex/Mulligan Said (Digital bonus track)
coming soon $27.32
FORTHCOMING
Bike Shop
Bike Shop (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: PRO 321.
 
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Bike Shop/Absolute Zero
  2. The Cabin
  3. Vega
  4. She's Gone
coming soon $17.85
Cat: TCLR 034. Rel: 23 Aug 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Watermelon Woman (7:15)
  2. Watermelon Woman (dub) (4:13)
  3. Watermelon Woman (Francis Inferno Orchestra Augur Sacrifice dub) (5:36)
Review: If you enjoyed Yu Su's brilliant EP on Second Circle earlier in the year - and, let's face it, who didn't? - there's a rather high chance that you'll enjoy her first outing on Ninja Tune offshoot Technicolour. "Watermelon Woman" is a superb chunk of bass-heavy house music positive - an inventive and hugely enjoyable fusion of unfussy drum machine rhythms, sampled tribal drums, toasty bass, dubbed-out effects, stargazing electronics, fluttering flutes and jazzy motifs that have just the right amount of breezy Latin flavour. The original version comes backed with a hazy and laidback Dub rework and a boisterous, off-kilter remix by Francis Inferno Orchestra that layers rubbery sounds and heady vocal samples above a skewed tribal house beat.
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 in stock $9.73
Chlorophytum (heavyweight vinyl 12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: ISLE 007. Rel: 08 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Sounder (3:57)
  2. I Don't Really (5:47)
  3. Aibell (4:54)
  4. No Hiding (3:16)
  5. Interlude (I) (1:48)
  6. For Sleep (6:03)
Review: 12th Isle's latest must-check chunk of entertaining experimentalism comes from Lo Kindre, whose dub-wise 2017 debut on Optimo Music was arguably one of that year's most overlooked EPs. "Chlorophytum", the producer's first solo missive since then, is another lo-fi electronic dub treat. Of course, it's not all gentle bass-heavy rhythms, endless delay trails and cute electronic melodies - closing cut "For Sleep" is a buzzing electronic raga, for example - but it's on these bass-heavy excursions that Lo Kindre most frequently hits the spot. Highlights include the extraordinarily sub-heavy shuffle of "Sounder", the ambient dub wooziness of "Aibell" and the creepy alien-dub oddness of "No Hiding".
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 in stock $12.71
Raindrops (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DR 002. Rel: 27 Nov 17
Techno
  1. Ignore
  2. Steam
  3. Raindrops
  4. That F Sound
Review: Nathan Melja drew some favourable attention with choice outings on Mister Saturday Night, Black Opal and Technicolour, but now he's steering his own label Dream Real as a vessel for his wayward but warm sonics. This second release keeps the psyched out tone of his previous work intact, offering up four jams of illustrious synth work and fractured beats for the adventurous souls out there. "Ignore" is a vaporous cut of stuttering drums and fuzzy chord shapes, while "Steam" sports a more clearly defined rhythmic pulse for the deepest house heads. "Raindrops" cools things down to a downtempo lilt, and then "That F Sound" nudges towards a leftfield techno domain that Melja ably makes his own.
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DE:10.07 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ASGDE 026. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Spacetime Continuum - "Only One Sky" (6:02)
  2. Scanner - "Mothlit" (6:42)
  3. Ross 154 - "Eath To Our Freinds" (8:03)
  4. Leo Anibaldi - "Crion" (5:10)
Review: De:tuned are in the midst of a 10 part anniversary series, and this latest missive - the seventh in all - brings together a hefty selection of talents old and new on heavyweight vinyl. Jonah Sharp opens things as Spacetime Continuum and continues to fuse ambient, techno, and IDM on the absorbing cosmic adventure that is "Only One Sky." Scanner's "Mothlit" slows things down with a hip hop instrumental from outer space, and then the beats disappear altogether on Ross 154's suspensory ambient cut "Earth To Our Friends." Lastly, Leo Anibaldi's "Crion" will make your skin tingle with its deft and delicate melodies which float about like fireflies and leave gorgeous, glowing trails in their wake.
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 in stock $10.28
Zlo (12")
Cat: MW 003. Rel: 28 Sep 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Zlo (6:00)
  2. Kosm (9:17)
  3. SuB1 (9:12)
  4. Kissing (9:09)
 in stock $14.06
Standalone (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ARV 003. Rel: 23 Apr 18
Techno
  1. Anxiety (5:21)
  2. Scatterbrain (4:53)
  3. Data_Loss (6:06)
  4. Data_Ctrl (3:59)
Review: Chris Weeks has been building up the Kingbastard catalogue for a long time now, generally taking a self-reliant approach in the underground electronica scene where CD-r releases reign supreme. He's been a key figure on Ambidextrous since the label launched back in 2008, and now he's committed to wax with a range of crunched up leftfield sonics for the machine-loving crowd. "Anxiety" is a melodic cut with a house-minded structure, but there's a lot of production acrobatics and compositional swerves taking place within this framework. "Scatterbrain" is more overtly out there, tapping up the kind of heavily processed sounds that producers like Paradroid have championed in the past. "Data_Loss" strike a heavy blow somewhere between dubstep and electro, and "Data_Ctrl" ups the tempo for a rabble-rousing exercise in mind-bending machine music.




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 in stock $1.07
Hypnagogo (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ARV 002. Rel: 26 Feb 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Error Hash Mirror Mountain
  2. Sea Dweller
  3. Hypnagogo
  4. Fast Rubber Taxis
Review: Following the excellent OHM compilation, Glasgow's Ambidextrous label continues its forays into vinyl editions with this sterling EP from label regular Solipsism, aka Craig Murphy. With an energised, dynamic sound that positively bursts out of the speakers, Murphy is flying the flag for leftfield electronica coming out of Scotland. "Error Hash Mirror Mountain" has the kind of overloaded yet melodic sound that you might expect from early Nathan Fake, although the wooziness is replaced by a rabid punch that shakes your cerebellum. "Sea Dweller" by way of stark contrast dives into a low-slung trip hop vibe, and the smoked out mood continues with "Hypnagogo" on the flip. "Fast Rubber Taxis" is equally slow, but it sports a sassy rhythmic strut that sets it apart from the other two downtempo tracks.
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Cat: HDB 080. Rel: 13 Dec 13
Deep Dubstep
  1. Rival Dealer
  2. Hiders
  3. Come Down To Us
Review: After a decidedly silent 2013 Burial is back on Hyperdub with a new single that points to pastures new for the stealthy producer. "Rival Dealer" is sure to polarize opinion as it takes a positively unexpected route into hardcore breaks, static interference, all manner of oddball speech samples, diversions and switches in dynamics, and a willfully grainy production finish that borders on punk. Depending on where you choose to dive into the ten-minute track the experience could be very different; experiencing it in full is nothing short of a rollercoaster. "Hiders" too is full of surprises, more indebted to pop balladry than anything remotely garage related, and the emotive croon and swooning piano is only magnified by a Yazoo-esque drum stomp at the midway point. "Come Down To Us" is equally heartfelt, all slow release vocals and languid chords yet constantly fractured at the edges, with yet more surprising turns of bombast waiting in the wings over thirteen minutes.
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 in stock $8.39
Lajbans (12")
Cat: LT 100. Rel: 26 Sep 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Lajbans (9:05)
  2. Lajbans (Bellaterra dub) (8:33)
Review: Local Talk hits the rather significant catalogue number of 100 with a forward thinking EP that stays true to its MO over the last few years. It finds MLiR aka Modern Life Is Rubbish joined by Arnau Obiols to serve up a brace of brilliant tunes that blur the lines between a myriad different dance styles. "Lajbans" is a playful, fun tune with tooting arps and cosmic melodies all married to a chugging beat that Todd Terje would be proud of. The Bellaterra dub on the flip reworks it with plenty of space echo, knob twirling effects and sci-fi atmospheres. A tidy little package.
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 in stock $11.09
Cat: SC 012. Rel: 15 May 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Little Birds, Moonbath (feat Michelle Helene Mackenzie) (6:06)
  2. Tipu's Tiger (feat Pender Street Steppers) (10:11)
  3. Of Yesterday (instrumental) (5:37)
  4. The Ultimate Which Manages The World (4:40)
  5. Words Without Sound (6:09)
Review: With a drowsy, loved-up trademark sound that sits somewhere between the beach, bedroom and the dancefloor, Canada's Yu Su is a great fit for Music From Memory offshoot Second Circle. The resultant EP is arguably her strongest to date. She begins by enlisting the help of Michelle Helene Mackenzie, who provides a drowsy spoken word vocal on the ultra-deep and starry brilliance of "Little Birds, Moonbath". Fellow Vancouver residents Pender Street Steppers lend a hand on the deep and picturesque shuffle of "Tipu's Tiger", while "Of Yesterday (Instrumental)" sees Yu Su wrap meandering synth solos atop hazy chords and gentle tribal drums. Elsewhere, "The Ultimate Which Manages The World" is dubbed-out and effortlessly Balearic, while "Words Without Sound" offers up more intricate hand percussion and some sparse electronic elements.
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 in stock $12.44
Collapse EP (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: WAP 423. Rel: 14 Sep 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. T69 Collapse (5:21)
  2. 1st 44 (6:01)
  3. MT1 T29r2 (6:00)
  4. Abundance10edit[2 R8's, FZ20m & A 909] (6:18)
 in stock $13.26
Cat: WAP 105. Rel: 20 Mar 99
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Windowlicker (6:10)
  2. Unknown Title (7:49)
  3. Nannou (5:44)
 in stock $10.68
2000 (limited gatefold clear vinyl double 12")
Cat: SUSH 44. Rel: 27 May 19
Techno
  1. Night Train (7:48)
  2. In The Club (6:32)
  3. Waldeck (5:46)
  4. Iratamoto (version) (6:46)
  5. Give Me A Lift (6:31)
  6. Orainge (5:00)
  7. Raucher (6:23)
  8. Fur Danilo (5:07)
Review: Benjamin Brunn and Dave Wheels are old studio buddies, having worked together on and off since 2006. "2000", though, is their most ambitious joint project yet: a collaborative album for Sushitech that offers up breezy, melodious and cheery fusions of heady dub techno, gentle electronica, chugging sofa-friendly haziness and glitchy late night hypnotism. It's an interesting blend but one that certainly hits the spot. Highlights include the horizontal pulse of "Orainge", the wonderfully hypnotic after-hours throb of "Iratamoto (Version)", the bold and sun-kissed undulations of "In The Club" and the pie-eyed warmth of "Waldeck".
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 in stock $19.47
Earth State (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: APRON 39. Rel: 30 Jul 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Dry Mango (part 1) (1:23)
  2. Thursday (4:32)
  3. Oceans (4:14)
  4. Earth State (1:51)
  5. Syntherlude (0:53)
  6. Pace & Time (3:38)
  7. Dry Mango (part 2) (3:33)
Review: It's always good to see a split release from two artists whose track records (no pun intended) make it very difficult to predict where the new wares will fit. Which is exactly the case with this one, given K15's oeuvre name-checks imprints like Wotnot Music, Eglo and Wild Oats, while SMDB has appeared on Funkineven's Apron and the always great Lo Recordings in recent years. Needless to say, then, if we can rely on one thing it's that everything on this expansive, obscure collection of curveballs will be deep and richly textured. From 'Pace & Time''s downtempo barroom jazz, to the shuffling broken beats and waves of synth on 'Dry Mango (Part 2)', the confusing beat structures and delicate piano play of 'Earth State' to 'Syntherlude''s beat-less, science fiction tune up, it's all well made stuff.
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Cat: AF 024. Rel: 12 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Reckoning (4:24)
  2. Aria (4:38)
  3. Voidal (3:29)
  4. H2FSBF6 (4:07)
  5. Ephemeris (4:22)
Review: The force is strong in this electrifying new EP from DAED, who last appeared on this label in 2017 on a VA release. There are shades of IDM to his complex synths and melodies, while kinetic broken beat drum programming powers the tracks along. The mood is melancholic on "Aria" which is so frantic it feels like it might eat itself, "Voidal" has fizzing, icy textures that will tie you in knots before "H2FSBF6" really pulls of some impressive synth acrobatics. "Ephemeris" is the warp speed closer that tarps you in a gorgeous digital world.
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 in stock $12.71
Hora EP (12")
Cat: MAGIC 013. Rel: 04 Oct 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Hora (6:00)
  2. Hermes (6:10)
  3. Hezarfen (7:24)
 in stock $10.55
Cat: VER 128. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Entrez! (1:46)
  2. Nouvel Horizon (4:18)
  3. Jah Il Sait (4:51)
  4. No Time Is The Right Time (2:55)
  5. Whats My Name? (0:24)
  6. Lord Of The Basics (7:18)
  7. Le Zouk Du Crepsule (2:59)
  8. For(Ever) Zdar (1:25)
 in stock $12.97
No Return Vol 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 008. Rel: 11 Dec 17
Electro
  1. Dmitry Distant - "El Carmel"
  2. Neud Photo - "Indeks"
  3. Antoni Maiovvi - "The Dig"
Review: Helena Hauff's label is back, this time presenting a various artists 12" that heralds the start of the No Return series. The release starts on a mystical bent with the Eastern-tinged death electro of "El Carmel", sounding ripe for a Hague-friendly warm-up session. Neud Photo then take over with a dystopian trip through rich synth tones coloured in dark hues for the bleakest of robotic fantasies. Antoni Maiovvi fills the B-side with the slow grinding bombast of "The Dig", bleeding out a noirish take on coldwave for the darkest hearts to swoon to.
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 in stock $6.48
DE:10.06 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ASGDE 025. Rel: 05 Jul 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. The Future Sound Of London - "Skinny Xam" (3:27)
  2. Monolake - "ForC160q" (6:21)
  3. David Morley - "Traytor" (6:21)
Review: De:tuned's 10th anniversary series has so far served up killer, previously unreleased material from a whole host of underground heroes, scene pioneers and household names. They're at it again on this sixth volume in the ongoing series, which begins with a now rare - but typically weird and out-there - cut from early 90s ambient/techno/electro fusionists The Future Sound Of London. "Skinny XAM" is peak FSOL and sounds like it could have come from the improvised radio broadcasts that inspired the duo's "ISDN" album. Elsewhere, Monolake AKA Robert Henke does his best Autechre impression on the dark and punchy "ForC160q", while David Morley wraps undulating acid lines and creepy effects around a hypnotic ambient techno groove on "Traytor".
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 in stock $10.55
Geometry Of Disorder EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MEANDYOU 06. Rel: 07 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Glass Rain (7:18)
  2. 777,7 (4:33)
  3. Eyeless Mannekin (6:12)
  4. Numbers & Chaos (5:37)
  5. Hardcore Mns IV (2:50)
Review: As part of Mura Oka, Louis Vial has already been spotted on the excellent Latency label as well as delivering a solo EP to Collapsing Market earlier this year. He once again dons his Eszaid cape on this release for the equally fine Meandyou stable, tapping into the labels predilection for obscure variations on the fringes of house and techno. "777,7" is especially captivating in its insistent cyclical minimalism, drilling straight for the subconscious, while "Eyeless Mannekin" sets adrift in aqueous climes for a proper floatation tank dub techno immersion. Using subtlety as a powerful tool, Eszaid ably matches up to the quality that has come before on Meandyou.
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Cat: VV 011. Rel: 10 Mar 14
Ambient/Drone
  1. Camaro Husk
  2. Cinder: Shorn
  3. Saline Flats
  4. Ragged One (reprise)
Review: Valcrond Video presents the next work by sound and image artist Luke Wyatt, Songs From Bad Kid School.

On a high desert plain, inside a cinder block compound, a prank squad is incarcerated. Between fiddling with ninja stars and leafing through back issues of Fangoria, they find time to scrape out the soundtrack of their escape.
On the first track, heatsick guitars and steel wool beats suggest a landscape strewn with abandoned car carcasses, old Camaros left for dead in the sun, used for shotgun practice.

The B-side leads off with the beat-less, articulated sprawl of "Saline Flats". Here is the story of a desert search for water: figures warping mirage-like on the horizon as they make a confused journey over dunes, ending with a cathartic drone that suggests the mirages resolving into a real oasis. Though it is just as likely that the bad kids have expired from thirst, and ascended to the sublime.
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 in stock $4.60
Remixes Volume 2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ERC 046-2/MT 013. Rel: 29 May 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Red Axes - "Shake The Mind"
  2. Jamie Paton - "Take Me To The Beach"
  3. Prins Thomas - "Sudaniyya"
  4. Khidja - "Simple Helen" (feat Borusiade)
Review: Emotional Rescue and Malka Tuti serve up another round of top shelf remixes and revisions of John Rees Lewis' mid-late 80s project C Cat Trance, following in the wake of the Screaming Ghosts compilation. First up to bat are Red Axes, who bring a seductive line in loose and limber drumming to "Shake The Mind" that should suit the Fourth World dancefloor massive just fine. Jamie Paton brings a tough, clamouring intensity to "Take Me To The Beach," while Prins Thomas takes a truly spiritual approach when weaving the intricate arpeggios and percussion of "Sudaniyya." Khidja and Borusiade team up on "Simple Helen," presenting a dense and hazy trip into exotic territory with sinister undertones.
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 in stock $6.48
Dive (12")
Cat: PRESH 008. Rel: 09 Aug 19
Bass
  1. Dive (5:32)
  2. Rain (3:41)
Review: Last year Burial and the Bug joined forces as Flame 1, delivering an in-demand EP on the latter's Pressure label featuring two sizable slabs of industrial strength soundsystem science. Here they return as Flame 2, once again offering up a pair of weighty dancefloor excursions. A-side "Dive" is a loud and claustrophobic affair, as the duo wraps dystopian dub bass and sparse, mutilated post-drill rhythms in layers of apocalyptic aural textures and mind-altering dub techno style processed noise. Flipside "Rain" is arguably more suitable for dancefloor plays and sees the esteemed twosome combine pulverizing sub-bass heaviness with dancehall style drums that come smothered in mind-melting effects and paranoia-inducing aural smoke.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $10.81
Radikalkur (12")
Cat: WB 003. Rel: 05 Sep 19
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Grenzenlos (6:11)
  2. Atombombensichere Discos (3:27)
  3. Je T'aime (5:33)
  4. Heartbeat (5:57)
  5. Du Susser Junge, Du (3:08)
  6. Grune Holle (3:12)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $24.08
Run Me That Soul (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: MW 006. Rel: 01 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Locution (7:41)
  2. Overcast (8:52)
 in stock $11.09
Cat: NT 009. Rel: 18 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Stay Close (Losoul Gonzo's Way remix) (11:01)
  2. One Four Tee (Benjamin Brunn remix) (4:55)
 in stock $10.81
Follow Me (12")
Cat: ESP 063B. Rel: 10 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Follow Me (4:22)
  2. Follow Me (Jay Glass dubs mix) (6:42)
  3. Ozone House (7:03)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $11.09
MK Ultra (red vinyl 12")
Cat: UNTLDPRO 009. Rel: 09 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. MK Ultra (5:42)
  2. Aquabeat (6:53)
  3. Quantum State (6:09)
  4. Wall IV (6:41)
 in stock $8.93
Cat: MMR 002. Rel: 09 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Jaffa 8pm (7:07)
  2. Purple Bats (6:58)
  3. Locked Up In An XSR-6 (3:14)
  4. Optical (6:47)
 in stock $12.17
Cat: WAP 384. Rel: 18 Aug 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Serge Fenix Rendered 2 (3:17)
  2. DMX Acid Test (1:18)
  3. Oberheim Blacet1b (3:24)
  4. Bonus EMT Beats (4:46)
  5. Simple Slamming B2 (3:51)
  6. Midi Pipe1c Sds3time Cube/Klonedrm (2:29)
  7. Neotekt72 (6:03)
  8. R8m Neotek Beat (1:40)
Review: Thankfully, Richard D. James has decided to finally release at least some of the output that he's been banging on about since mid-2000s. In a number of interviews, the might Aphex Twin hinted that he has vast artilleries of tracks stacked up and unreleased, probably more on purpose than out of laziness...or maybe not. What we do know is that AFX is reborn after the string of acid 12"s released about 10 years ago on Rephlex, that saw the alias become one of the most popular of James' alter egos. Orphaned Deejay Selek is a collection of tunes that contain all of the Twin's magic and unpredictably, but that also cut straight to the point and head to the middle of the dance floor. This is banging brain dynamite coated in the man's iconic style and flair. Welcome back AFX, and many hats off to Warp for making it happen.
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 in stock $13.26
Cat: VV 013. Rel: 01 Sep 14
Techno
  1. Zishethe
  2. PM Entertainment
  3. Black Plants
  4. Purple Earth
Review: Valcrond Video, the label run by sound and image artist Luke Wyatt (Torn Hawk), Apresents VV-013 Russo's ""Wild Metals"". A
Russo (Ari Russo) is an NYC based multi-artist whose engagement with abandoned media finds an outlet in the video bursts he culls as OfficeFern. As a programmer, he's produced innovative music generation tools such as the Diamond Arpeggiator. He returns to his own music with this collection of challenging and transporting structures.A
Wyatt and VV are eager to endorse Russo's latest report on crossmodal perception, a true exercise in synesthesia.A
""Wild Metals"" sounds like ferns and orchids infiltrating a tableaux of black plastic electronics, the breed of black plastic that Russo and Wyatt both found sinisterly inserted into the grid of their childhood. It provided the skin for some of their favorite toys, and its general resonance was aligned with the fast cars, women, and architecture that dominated their imaginations.
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 in stock $5.14
Cat: STR12 025. Rel: 20 Mar 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Cold - "Strobe Light Network" (14:52)
  2. James Bernard - "Lapis Lazuli" (6:35)
Review: More split action from STROOM, a label that has delivered some killer reissues of late. Heading up this double-feature is Icelandic producer Isar Logi Arnarsson AKA Cold, who offers us another chance to savour his 1995 Berlin Love Parade anthem "Strobe Light Network" - a 15-minute deep techno epic that boasts a lengthy ambient introduction, hushed and hypnotic grooves, undulating electronic motifs, ghostly chords and glacial, rush-inducing lead lines. Over on the flip, James Bernard takes over. "Lapis Lazuli" first surfaced on his 1997 album "Symphony For A Biomechanical Breakdown" and 22 years on it has lost none of its ghostly, otherworldly charms. A chunk of ultra-deep ambient rich in creepy melodies and psychedelic acid lines, it makes a near perfect B-side to Arnarsson's peerless classic.
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 in stock $13.53
Remixes Volume 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ERC 046-1/MT 012. Rel: 29 May 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Autarkic - "Screaming (To Be With You)" (feat The White Screen)
  2. JD Twitch - "Dalbouka"
  3. Sneaker - "I Looked For You"
  4. Die Orangen - "Rattling Ghosts"
Review: After teaming up to release the scintillating works of C Cat Trance in their original 80s form on Screaming Ghosts, Emotional Rescue and Malka Tuti join forces once again to deliver a ludicrously talented roster of remixers who catapult John Rees Lewis' cult group into thrilling new spatial and temporal zones. Autarkic decides to go for the full-tilt cover version on "Screaming (To Be With You)", with ample help from The White Screen, while JD Twitch roughs up "Dalbouka" into a quintessential slab of ethno-motorik body music. Sneaker's take on "I Looked For You" emphasizes the atmospheric tension in the original, giving the track a cinematic scope, and Die Orangen's "Rattling Ghosts" finishes the record on an appropriately ominous, subtly industrial tone.
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 in stock $7.56
Prophecy (12")
Cat: DOCK 61V. Rel: 17 Nov 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Neon Baby (3:39)
  2. Star Exploding In Slow Motion (6:41)
  3. Do The Milky Way (3:06)
  4. Cosmic Serpent (2:59)
  5. Final Days Of The Apocalypse (2:29)
 in stock $10.28
Cat: AF 001. Rel: 14 Oct 15
Electro
  1. Timelss (4:32)
  2. Innocent Degree (4:45)
  3. Few Envy Attic (4:23)
  4. Contended Ego (4:35)
  5. Timelss (Kettel remix) (3:59)
 in stock $13.53
Numero U Kno (12" + insert)
Cat: RHD 036UKNO2. Rel: 20 Jun 19
Techno
  1. Sk U Kno - "Shopbeat" (6:46)
  2. RAMZi & SK U Kno - "Founded" (SK mix) (5:14)
  3. Sk U Kno - "Accelerate Me Wildly" (Middlesex edit) (4:46)
 in stock $10.55
Internal Ambience (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PAN 003. Rel: 10 Jul 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Part 1
  2. Part 7 (with Nick Ossia)
  3. Part 5 (with Nick Ossia)
  4. Part 3
Review: Previously spotted on Udacha and sharing an excellent LP with A.E.M., Dices has already demonstrated a knack for wonderfully delicate ambient compositions and off-kilter 4/4, and the goods just keep on coming via this stunning 12" for Rough House Rosie offshoot Pandora. "Part 1" is a wonderful opening gambit powered by lightly pattering percussion, while "Part 7" enlists the help of Nick Ossia to float off into the swirliest of liquid synth baths. Ossia is also on hand to help with the more abstract sonic shapes of "Part 5", while "Part 3" provides a wonderfully energised, drum-rich ending to a truly standout EP.
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 in stock $5.40
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