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Cat: 719722 Rel: 02 Sep 19 • View all Synth module accessories
 
Blank module for AE modular - 1U
Notes: If your rack isn't filled completely with modules, use this blank module to fill the spaces.
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 1 in stock $3.11
Cat: 743798 Rel: 20 Aug 19 • View all Studio accessories
 
Blank chrome cassette tape
Notes: Chrome Sunkyong SKM UCR cassette tape - clear with red hubs. Comes in clear plastic case (without pins).
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 More than 10 in stock $4.15
Cat: 719704 Rel: 02 Sep 19 • View all Synth module accessories
 
Pack of 6 patch wires
Notes: A set of 6 yellow patchwires for AE modular; with a length of 10cm. The cable has a soft, flexible silicone insulation, with a gold plated pin.
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 3 in stock $4.42
Cat: 719726 Rel: 02 Sep 19 • View all Synth module accessories
 
Blank module for AE modular - 4U
Notes: If your rack isn't filled completely with modules, use this blank module to fill the spaces.
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 1 in stock $4.94
Flying Fantasy (7" in Juno exclusive hand-stamped kraft paper inner sleeve + branded card outer sleeve + sticker repress)
Cat: MUKAT 059. Rel: 19 Aug 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Flying Fantasy (exclusive instrumental version) (4:35)
  2. Rhodes E Serenidade (3:37)
Review: Small repress of the Modern Sun Records founder and experienced jazz-wise producer Marc Friedli AKA Skymark. A-side "Flying Fantasy" originally appeared on the Spanish producer's 2016 album "Resistance Sonore", but is here featured in instrumental form for the first time. If anything, it's better than the original version, largely because we get to revel in Friedli's mazy Fender Rhodes solos, rubbery jazz-funk synth bass and loose-limbed, West London style broken beats. You'll find plenty more jaunty jazz-funk vibes and liquid electric piano solos on B-side cut "Rhodes E Serenidade", which first slipped out way back in 2015. DJ Support so far from Dom Servini, Emanative,Red Greg,Kevin Beadle, Mike Chadwick,Dynamite Cuts & Rocafort Records so far
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 in stock $6.23
Cat: NUP 063. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Dancehall/Ragga
  1. Ganja Socks (3:47)
  2. Ganja Socks (version) (3:47)
Review: Long running dub dons Nice Up! unveil a brand new talent on their latest: that man is Escape Roots, a Glaswegian producer and Mungo's HiFi's Walk n Skank resident who calls upon vocalist Dandelion to muse on the many different joys of ganga. Riding on classic dancehall rhythms with hooky guitar riffs and tumbling claps, Dandelion touches on toothpaste, butter, soap and the titular Ganga Socks. It's tongue in cheek, head in the clouds stuff that will have you skanking for days. For those who like it more stripped back, flipside "Version" is where it's at.
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 in stock $6.50
Cat: BBP 165. Rel: 22 Aug 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. We Funk Tings (4:27)
  2. We Have It Hot (3:07)
  3. The Time Has Come (2:59)
Review: For the first volume in their brand new Toxic Funk 45s series, the Breakbeat Paradise crew has turned to two stalwarts of the breaks scene, Easy Now Recordings co-founder Tom Showtime and long-serving DJ/producer Badboe. They hit the ground running with A-side "We Funk Tings", a cut-and-paste workout that peppers a head-nodding, bass-heavy hip-hop groove with funk licks, hazy horns and sneaky vocal samples from a variety of ragga and rap records. They continue in a similar vein over on side B, where the horn and piano-heavy hip-hop-funk of "We Have It Hot" is followed by the boom-bap booty business of "The Time Has Come".
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Played by: The Allergies
 in stock $6.76
Cat: 743799 Rel: 19 Aug 19 • View all Studio accessories
 
Type 4 Maxell Metal tape loaded into type 2 chrome clear shells
Notes: Maxell MCP 16 Metal tape, the very same tape which Maxell used at the Telford UK factory to make commercial Maxell branded Metal tapes. This is the thicker/stronger 60s base tape at 16+ micron.

Comes in clear plastic case (without pins).
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 More than 10 in stock $7.26
Cat: PDON 009. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Techno
  1. (Vi Vi) Vicious Games (album edit) (7:22)
  2. (Vi Vi) Vicious Games (Drums dub) (5:11)
  3. (Vi Vi) Vicious Games (dub) (7:58)
Review: Given that acid revivalists Paranoid London have yet to put a foot wrong, it's no surprise to find that "(Vi-Vi) Vicious Games" is another absolute belter. It's taken from the duo's forthcoming album and features sometime Posthuman collaborator Josh Caffe channeling his inner Robert Owens and Jamie Principle over a retro-futurist backing track. In its full length, the track brilliantly combines Paranoid London's jacking drums and thrusting acid bass with dreamy chords and just the right amount of glassy-eyed melodic flourishes. It sounds like a classic TRAX release given the Paranoid London treatment, which I'm sure we all agree is a very good thing indeed. If you're in the mood for something even sleazier and more driving, the Bam Bam-inspired Dub has it covered.
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Played by: PBR Streetgang, S-File
 in stock $7.26
Cat: PDON 010. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Techno
  1. Cult Hero (Do You Wanna Touch Me) (album edit) (6:45)
  2. Cult Hero (Do You Wanna Touch Me) (club mix) (5:47)
  3. Cult Hero (Do You Wanna Touch Me) (Slow) (7:29)
Review: House and techno badboys Paranoid London are proceeding the release of their second album with a bunch of singles from it. First up is "Cult Hero" featuring Simon Topping - one of many guest vocalists on the full length. It's a bristling acid house cut with tight, corrugated drums and relentless 303 mania ripping up the groove. Topping's deadpan vocals are layered over the top and bring to mind the more anthemic work of Depeche Mode. "Club Mix" is even more caustic and kinetic, while closer "Slow Mix" strips back everything but for the lunching drums and demonic vocals of Topping.
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Cat: ISS 066. Rel: 28 Aug 19
Dub
  1. Call Of The Righteous (3:26)
  2. Dub Of The Righteous (3:30)
  3. Phaser (dub mix) (3:29)
  4. Raw (dub mix) (3:30)
Review: "Call Of The Righteous" is the latest in an ongoing series of releases by Indica Dubs and Chazbo. Once again it is a 10" that boasts the perfectly interwoven drums, chords and bass of Indica, with the chest pumping, uplifting and warrior style synth leads of Chazbo. The bass rolls deep, the tops are crispy as bacon and the frequencies can be felt in your chest while hits ricochet about to enveloping effect. The low riding swagger and infinite horizons of "Raw (Dub Mix)" has to be the pick of the bunch for us.
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Cat: SC 722. Rel: 05 Sep 19
Funk
  1. Try My Love (3:39)
  2. Odoya (feat Toco) (3:53)
Review: Stefano Tirone has been a stalwart of the Italian scene since making his debut on legendary Italian house label Calypso Records way back in 1992. Since then, his productions have become increasingly more jazz and soul focused, with a sizeable side order of groovy downtempo beats. His latest seven-inch single begins with "Try My Love", a hazy chunk of head-nodding jazz-funk/soul fusion rich in languid synthesizer solos, lazy grooves, hazy horns and soulful vocals. It's really good all told, though we'd argue that flipside "Odoya" - a wiggling chunk of Afro-tinged mid-tempo funk - is even better. Either way, it's another rock solid release from the effervescent Tirone.
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Cat: METHXX 23. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Lotus (5:42)
  2. Transpose (6:26)
  3. The Hardcore (feat SR) (5:20)
Review: Metalheadz might be celebrating 25 years in the game in 2019, but they are not spending too much time looking back. Instead, Goldie's vital label continues to serve up forward looking drum & bass, this time from Jem One. A year after his debut on the label he's back with another varied three tracker. Form the swirling pads of liquid roller "Lotus" to the more angsty, tightly coiled drums of old school jungle cut "Transpose" and on to darkened minimal stepper "The Hardcore", there is a lot to love here.
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Miami Memory (cassette)
Cat: SC 378CASS. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Stepdad (4:20)
  2. Miami Memory (4:31)
  3. Far From Born Again (4:21)
  4. Gaslight (4:28)
  5. Bad For The Boys (4:48)
  6. End Is Nigh (3:05)
  7. PC With Me (2:39)
  8. Divorce (3:16)
  9. Other Ladies (3:51)
  10. Too Far (4:20)
Review: If there were still justice in the digital age, and artists really got what was owed to them exposure-wise, Alex Cameron would be a safe bet for leftfield pop sensation. A multi-faceted songwriter, his previous two albums took us through a horror show of horrible characters and their innermost thoughts, twin roads that have somehow veered onto another course altogether for "Miami Memory". Here a much friendlier face is donned. Nevertheless, opener "Stepdad" makes intentions clear, with uptempo keyboard lines invoking the emotional qualities of mid-80s Prince. "Far From Born Again" tells the story of a "her" who's making bad choices, and the potential fallout of that, set to a Bruce Springsteen-sounding chorus, the likes of which can be found again on "Divorce". Not holding back, but instead holding a light up to a different side of his personality, it's Cameron's most positive to date and his best.
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Should I (white vinyl 12")
Cat: INN 095. Rel: 20 Aug 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Should I (4:11)
  2. Love Break (4:14)
Review: Brand new Marky! It's about time... Four years after his "My Heroes" album landed (and two years after his last single - "Silly VIP") the Sao Paulo don returns with two perfect soulful D&B gems. "Should I" looks back to the early 2000s with its powerful sample and Bingo-style bubbling bassline while "Love Break" takes off where "Silly" left us; swooping instrumentation that will have you leaping behind the decks and a break that will never ever quit. Don't leave it so long please Marky!
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Cat: HDB 125. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Satan (2:34)
  2. Smith's Deli (3:36)
  3. Pico (5:24)
  4. 2 Moros (4:17)
  5. 4 Minutes (feat Delahunt) (3:51)
  6. Prop O Deed (4:34)
Review: Proc Fiskal used to run a party called Shleekit Doss that was ecstatic and transcendent while still being fun and silly. He tries to capture the magic of the party on this new EP and does so admirably. The 6 tracks on the EP feels clever but charming. It's a collision of hardcore flurries, warped synths and day-glo keys that is often chaotic but also comforting. Drum & bass, rave, future grime and more all colour its grooves, but the resulting sound is pretty much impossible to define (in a good way).
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Cat: SC 377CASS. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Giving Up (3:11)
  2. Used To Be Lonely (3:43)
  3. Before I Know It (2:30)
  4. Song For Ty (2:46)
  5. Valleys (My Love) (3:53)
  6. Rhododendron (1:59)
  7. My Lfie Alone (3:07)
  8. Day & Night (2:41)
  9. Friend Of Mine (4:08)
  10. Forever Turned Around (3:50)
Review: From the moment opening track "Giving Up" hits you with its timeless pop rock romanticism you're immediately transported to some bygone era, when the charts really meant something, everything on the radio inspired boy-meeting-girl, vice versa, or indeed non-binary-meeting-non-binary. You know - when things were right with the world. Dangerously close to pastiche, the quality of the songwriting and infectious instrumentation elevate this second long form from Chicago's greatest hope(s) to a whole other level. Listen to the brass work on "Rhododendron", a jaunty walk in the park after that surprisingly good first date. "Valleys (My Love)" anthemic chorus and lilting strings. The crooning guitars of "Before I Know It". These tracks pay homage to golden era love songs, when mainstream was experimental because so little had come before. And yet they all stand up today - mesmerising proof that fashions come and go, but style is omnipresent.
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Cat: AJX 478 CD. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Soul
  1. Let Me Be Your Lover
  2. He's A Loser
  3. How Long Must The Show Go On
  4. A Good Thing
  5. Gonna Find A True Love
  6. Funk Machine
  7. You Give Me Someone To Love
  8. Disco Dream
Review: Discerning diggers will know that an original copy of this funk soul gem from 1978 often fetch close to four figures. Initially released on a little known label in Mississippi, Acid Jazz now give it the proper reissue treatment. It is filled with passionate soul songs that stride forward with purpose and pride. "Let Me Be Your Lover" is the breakout single that will get most club plays, but the sliding hi hats and twangy bass of "Gonna Find A True Love" will also do plenty of damage. The version included here is slightly different to the single that was reissued earlier this year, but is well worthy of its inclusion.
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UMC
Cat: 674275 5. Rel: 23 Aug 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Angel (CD1: Mezzanine XX - 2018 Remaster)
  2. Risingson
  3. Teardrop
  4. Inertia Creeps
  5. Exchange
  6. Dissolved Girl
  7. Man Next Door
  8. Black Milk
  9. Mezzanine
  10. Group Four
  11. (Exchange)
  12. Metal Banshee ( Mad Professor Mix One) (CD2: Mezzanine Mad Professor)
  13. Angel (Angel Dust)
  14. Teardrop (Mazaruni dub One)
  15. Inertia Creeps (Floating On dubwise)
  16. Risingson (Setting Sun dub Two)
  17. Exchange (Mountain Steppers dub)
  18. Wire (Leaping dub)
  19. Group Four (Security Forces dub)
Review: Two decades have passed since Massive Attack signaled a new stage in their career with the dark, paranoid and claustrophobic brilliance of "Mezzanine", their third studio album. Given the current global political climate, it arguably sounds even more relevant 20 years after it first hit stores. This time round, the re-mastered original set comes accompanied by something none of us have heard before: Mad Professor's complete dub translation, which was slated for release around the turn of the Millennium but for one reason or another never came out. Like his take on "No Protection", it's an inspired set of revisions that takes 3D and Daddy G's dense and red-eyed originals into wild new bass-heavy places. Even if you own the original version already, it's well worth picking up this special edition just for that alone.
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Cat: 060181 1105115. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Wailing Souls - "Who No Waan Come" (6:06)
  2. Al Campbell - "Unfaithful Children" (4:32)
Review: The seemingly bottomless Greensleeves vaults turn up more gold here with two prime cuts - Wailing Souls' "Who No Waan Come" and Al Campbell's "Unfaithful Children" - that are treated to a first new pressing since 1981. "Who No Waan Come" is silky and sedentary as they come, with kick drums just about managing to propel things along beneath gorgeous doo-wop harmonies. The Linval Thompson produced "Unfaithful Children", however, is a more driven affair with authentic roots. Psyched-out effects, endless reverb and hits that ricochet around, making it a widescreen dub that draws you in and takes you along for the ride.
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Cat: SC 377CD. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Giving Up
  2. Used To Be Lonely
  3. Before I Know It
  4. Song For Ty
  5. Valleys (My Love)
  6. Rhododendron
  7. My Lfie Alone
  8. Day & Night
  9. Friend Of Mine
  10. Forever Turned Around
Review: From the moment opening track "Giving Up" hits you with its timeless pop rock romanticism you're immediately transported to some bygone era, when the charts really meant something, everything on the radio inspired boy-meeting-girl, vice versa, or indeed non-binary-meeting-non-binary. You know - when things were right with the world. Dangerously close to pastiche, the quality of the songwriting and infectious instrumentation elevate this second long form from Chicago's greatest hope(s) to a whole other level. Listen to the brass work on "Rhododendron", a jaunty walk in the park after that surprisingly good first date. "Valleys (My Love)" anthemic chorus and lilting strings. The crooning guitars of "Before I Know It". These tracks pay homage to golden era love songs, when mainstream was experimental because so little had come before. And yet they all stand up today - mesmerising proof that fashions come and go, but style is omnipresent.
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Cat: DBS 1009. Rel: 03 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Black Rhythm Rap (3:39)
  2. Makin' Time (3:46)
Review: Cannon & Mirrorball may not be the disco edit scene's answer to moustache-sporting 1970s/80s comedy heroes Cannon and Ball, but they certainly serve up tracks that will put a big goofy smile on your face. Their latest Disco Bits adventure begins via "Black Rhythm Rap", a chunky, hip-hop friendly rework of an obscure, late 1970s disco-rap bomb rich in funky guitar licks, cut-glass strings and party-starting MC flows. On the flip they get even cheekier, placing Loleatta Holloway's incredible "Love Sensation" vocal over a stomping, Blaxploitation-era disco-funk backing track and all manner of familiar soul and funk samples. Purists will no doubt sneer, but they really shouldn't: this is tastefully produced disco heat of the highest order.
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Cat: ST 002. Rel: 19 Aug 19
Deep House
  1. Playin' With Fire (4:53)
  2. Playin' With Fire (Daniel Maunick remix) (6:27)
  3. Shining (6:30)
Review: Originally active around the turn of the century, Difusion are back in action with a mission to champion real songwriting in the deep house scene. "Playin' With Fire" rides a funky disco groove and works around some seriously catchy vocals, while Daniel Maunick dubs the track out and rides the filter to deadly effect. "Shining" rounds the EP off with a sweet, sensitive jam that strikes the kind of melancholic tone that wistful dancefloor memories are made of. Once again the vocals lift to the track to another stratosphere of heartfelt expression - this is sure to go down a storm with the late summer crowd.
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Implant EP (12")
Cat: VTX 011. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Implant (3:21)
  2. Immune Compound (5:04)
  3. Hybrid Structure (6:41)
  4. Proceed (5:59)
  5. Thin Line (5:41)
Review: We're always keen to hear from Berlin label Vortex Traks. This 11th offering sees them eschew their recent run of Various Artists EPs to instead focus on five cuts from Datawave. The Belgian artist's sound operates in some distant galaxy, watched over by his forebearers such as Dopplereffekt and Drexciya. Crashing hits open "Implant" before a serrated lead signals ready for takeoff. The intensity only ramps up through the warp speed synths of "Immune Compound" and corrugated bass rumbles of "Hybrid Structure". "Proceed" is the most alien of the lot, and "Thin Line" closes out on a mysterious vibe that will keep you coming back for more.
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DID 019 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DID 019. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Bubbles The Pimp - "Winterunamerican" (5:48)
  2. Nelly Wilson - "Trapped & Confused" (4:47)
  3. Pierre Pressure - "Love & Beyond" (5:58)
Review: The Dessert Island Discs series continues with yet more arch remixes from across the disco and boogie spectrum. Bubbles The Pimp kicks off the A side with a tasteful treatment of Gil Scott Heron's "Winter In America," which gets rustled up into a sweet and sassy house number with a cheeky acid b-line underneath. Nelly Wilson whips up a storm on the tightly clipped, peak time-oriented "Trapped & Confused". Pierre Pressure's "Love & Beyond" takes it easy on the B side with plenty of fluttering synth wobbles to offset the choppy funk of the guitar - it's a cosmically enhanced floor burner to get you all astral under the collar.
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Played by: LEGO EDIT
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Gold Wave (1-sided 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MDDLTD12 02. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Gold Wave (11:09)
Review: Dinky-Di is a modern disco ensemble conducted by Waq Takahashi with just a few key releases spread out across the past 15 years. Now Million Dollar Disco main man Al Kent has cherry picked one of the hottest jams from their oeuvre and given it a special rub down - the kind of treatment that warrants a single-sided 12" no less. In Al's hands, 2005 track "Gold Wave" becomes a sizzling party monster that romps along for more than 10 minutes. With scintillating peaks, heavyweight drum breakdowns and sumptuous musicianship throughout, this is how an epic disco bomb should sound in 2019.
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Momoweb (12")
Cat: 789 YTIVIL. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Bass
  1. Momoweb (5:12)
  2. Disposition (5:13)
  3. Goulbap (3:42)
Review: Roska dusts off his rare Bakongo alias for a trip down Livity street with three technoid excursions. Every bit as sci-fi as they are bashy; opener "Momoweb" lights the touch-paper with angular android skittishness, ping-ponging back and forth as though Modeselektor have been given the keys to UK funky tank. "Disposition" twirls with a flourishing reverse loop and steppy hi-hats in a way that wouldn't go amiss in a Rolando set, while "Goulbap" closes on a more stripped back bashment trip, all creepy and laced with decaying harmonics. Goulishly good.
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Fired (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: COB 14. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Fired (7:06)
  2. Ninety Six (6:35)
  3. October (6:10)
Review: Courtesy Of Balance is back right in time for kick your summer off in style by welcoming fellow French producer Gunnter, owner of Normandy Records. All three tracks have got that classic quality to them that'll please those deep and tech house afficionados. Naturally influenced by the golden age of the late 90's uk sound, Gunnter has digested it down to three to-the-point weapons, all endowed with the 3 sacred elements of proper tech house : jacking beats, wonky basslines and deep chords. The proof's in the pudding... drop the needle on the rekkid !




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INSTINCT 07 (140 gram 12")
Cat: INSTINCT 07. Rel: 19 Aug 19
UK Garage
  1. INSTINCT - "Opeeration" (5:49)
  2. Jack Michael - "Hypa" (7:39)
Review: Active for the past couple of years, Burnski's Instinct alter ego has been a revealing window into the ruder side of this seasoned producer's repertoire, and so it continues on round seven of this self-titled label series. The A-side jam "Operation" finds the Leeds stalwart in UK Garage mode, riding a mean bassline flex and amping up the 2-Step shuffle. Jack Michael takes up the B-side mission with a razor-sharp electro workout that matches bleepy electronica with badass breaks and nasty bass to get bodies freaking all over the joint. This is a record precision primed for basement sessions - if you're looking for some sounds to do real damage in the dance, look no further.
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Played by: INSTINCT
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  1. Lenny Fontana, Tension - "A Place Called Heaven" (Joey Negro dub Groove) (6:58)
  2. Jay Denes, Ada Dyer - "You Make Me Whole" (Joey Negro Rhodes dub) (5:17)
  3. Julian Sanza - "To Love" (5:16)
  4. Frankie Knuckles, Satoshi Tomiie, Andrea Mendez - "Bring Me Love" (Eventual dub) (6:56)
Review: Some serious no-nonsense house grooves for all true-school DJs to cop, dug out from the annals of club music history. Things kick off good and proper with Joey Negro's insanely powerful "Dub Groove" mix of Lenny Fontana's "A Place Called Heaven". Negro's on the buttons once again with the classic, pumping "Rhodes Dub" of "You Make Me Whole" by Jay Denes and Ada Dyer. On the flip, Julian Sanza drops the squelchy boogie inflected "To Love" before the record ends on a serious bang with the dream team of Frankie Knuckles, Satoshi Tomiie and Andrea Mendez's "Bring Me Love (Eventual Dub)". This is as actual house as actual house can get - the real deal, crystalised in four evergreen gems pressed on one handy record.
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MAX SPF EP (Justin Cudmore mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HOMAGE 006. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Funky/Club House
  1. U Don't Know Me (6:35)
  2. U Don't Know Me (Justin Cudmore vocal dub) (6:27)
  3. My Knife (6:08)
  4. God Chord (6:34)
Review: Mr. Sunshine is a new production duo hailing from London, and they're not pulling any punches as they land on HOMAGE with nothing to lose and everything to prove. "U Don't Know Me" is a truly deadly tech house bomb laced with massive bass flex and choppy vocals flown in from the UK garage tradition. Justin Cudmore turns the original into an acid-laced thumper precision engineered for the peak time. On the B-side, "My Knife" brings more wobbly b-line badness to get the kids freaking, and then "God Chord" brings a more urgent techy jack revolving around a mean bass and refined synth lead.
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LAHA 01 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LAHA 01. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Eitt (9:37)
  2. Tvo (5:53)
  3. Thrju (9:21)
  4. Fjogur (5:50)
Review: Icelandic label Lahar debuts with this highly impressive release from NonniMal, who was previously spotted dropping the classy "Freyja" 12" on AE Recordings back in 2016. Sound design is the order of the day on "Eitt" as a beautifully rendered set of percussive bell notes chime around a minimal rhythm section - a piece pointedly geared towards transcendence. "Tvo" has an intriguing slant to its groove, as the sharply oscillating synth wobble juts out against the grain of the drums. "Thrju" takes things in a bleak but captivating direction, while "Fjogur" cools the record down in a cloud of blissful, frostbitten ambience.
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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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Played by: Billy Nasty
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Cat: POEM 011. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Never Give Up (7:35)
  2. Seen At Night (5:23)
  3. Forever Alone (5:26)
  4. Rooftop (7:01)
Review: The peeps behind the People Of Earth label claim that Rick Wade is on top form on their latest release. While that's undoubtedly true, the Detroiter has incredibly high standards and rarely puts out anything mediocre. The four tracks here are all deliciously deep and fluid, with the Fender Rhodes solos, meandering organ lines, warm bass and chunky beats of "Never Give Up" delivering just the right blend of instrumental goodness and dancefloor-ready weightiness. "Seen At Night" is an even deeper and hazier treat, while "Forever Alone" sees Wade wrap bongo-laden beats and eyes-closed electric piano chords around a ludicrously warm and heavy bassline. Solo-laden closing cut "Rooftop" is also superb - a proper sundown selection of the highest calibre.
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Played by: Vincent Inc, Kisk
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Spectral Animation (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HB 015. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Spectral (9:03)
  2. Owl Farm (7:16)
  3. Animation (7:31)
Review: We were really impressed by "Invisibility Theory", the Sushitech released debut album from Christi Cons and Vlad Caia's Sideways Invisibility Theory project. This speedy follow-up for Half Baked Records (under the truncated SIT pseudonym) is rather good, too. Check first A-side "Spectral", a typically epic excursion where warm ambient chords, deep space electronics and glistening electric guitar motifs bob and weave around a chunky analogue bassline and locked-in tech-house drums. B-side opener "Owl Farm" is notably wonkier and weirder, with druggy drums, mind-altering electronics and the trademark glitch-laden shuffle we've come to expect from Romanian electronic music. That vibe is explored further on twisted closing cut "Animation", a particularly alien example of skewed tech-house funk.
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Hiragana (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SEEING 003. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Acid Drip (8:14)
  2. Hiragana (7:42)
  3. Apachi (7:25)
Review: Swiss producer Alci, also known as Shaolin Fantastic, landed with lauded releases on Robsoul before skipping to other labels like Apollonia and Meander. Following last year's excellent "Diversity" double pack, he lands on his own label Seeingsounds with this pitch perfect slice of dreamy minimal house. "Acid Drip" may be a misleading title - it's more of an unending groove draped in gorgeous, shimmering melodic finery. "Hiragana" takes things in a more twitchy direction, while "Apachi" brings another slant on reduced, oddball funk to get the up all night crowd loose and freaky in all the right ways.
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Alphaville EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CMD 006. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Halo City (8:26)
  2. Falling Framework (feat Eisentanz & Grant) (5:18)
  3. Akira 2171 (7:18)
  4. Ilipsyon (6:03)
Review: Originally prolific in the late 90s and back with a renewed sense of vigour in the past few years, Dan Piu's classic, widescreen vision of hardware techno captures the verve of the original Detroit blueprint while bringing a fresh, welcome energy to the genre. This drop on Common Dreams brims with the same head-swirling magic, especially on vividly rendered lead track "Halo City". "Falling Framework" has a more mellow veneer, but there's still so much playful detail bringing the track to life. "Akira 2171" has an old-skool sci fi quality balanced out by its linear sense of progression, and "Ilipsyon" takes things deeper into a wistful jack reminiscent of the spookiest Trax output.
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Routes (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HARDGROOVE 27. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Rave No Name (5:57)
  2. Musikbox (5:36)
  3. Strange Leader (4:02)
  4. Routes (6:28)
Review: Ben Sims' Hardgroove label presents a new 12" from emergent Brighton producer Charles Green. Hold on tight for a serious throwdown on opener "Rave No Name", which pits darkside hardcore piano chops against an insistent techno thump. This one aims squarely at the peak time for maximum devastation. "Musikbox" has a bold set of sizzling drums and some head-spinning synth stabs, while "Strange Leader" gets back into that noirish early 90s mood. "Routes" completes the package with a broader, space-minded outlook that hits just as hard as the preceding tracks. Classy stuff indeed.
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China White 002 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CW 002. Rel: 19 Aug 19
Deep House
  1. Move Your Seat (6:39)
  2. Think Twice (6:55)
  3. Just You (6:59)
Review: Joe Corti has had a breakthrough 12 months, with releases landing on Better Listen and his own China White. Bringing more of that sweet, disco tinged house music to the second volume on his label, Corti strikes a heady mood on "Move Your Seat" with a mixture of swirling Philly string samples and looped up elements that should set the dancefloor alight in that most tender of ways. "Think Twice" is on a similar tip, albeit with a choice run of dreamy trumpet coursing through the track. "Just You" has a slightly techier edge, but it's embellished with the kind of keys that will appeal to fans of Glenn Underground. Classy stuff from a rising talent.
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Living With Ants (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 015. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Catso
  2. Why Look At Animals
  3. The Brush
  4. Slim Filter
Review: Helena Hauff returns to her own Return To Disorder label after last year's joyously received "Qualm" album on Ninja Tune. It's the first fully solo record Hauff has released herself, and it more than lives up to expectation. "Catso" is a wonderfully expressive slice of noirish electro draped in vintage synth arps and twinkling leads as enchanting as they are spooky. "Why Look At Animals" has a more low down funk, but once again sports the richly harmonic synth hooks to make this appeal right across the board. "The Brush" ups the tempo, but keeps things sparse and moody, while "Slim Filter" gets a touch more nasty and sounds utterly fantastic with it. Compared to her rabid DJ sets, these productions represent the more measured side of Hauff, but they're no less deadly.
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Cat: OUIE 014. Rel: 28 Aug 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Disarmed (6:33)
  2. Disarmed (Lovestruckk remix) (8:22)
  3. Slow Down (10:42)
Review: Next up on Acid Pauli and Nico Stojan's Ouie imprint are two veterans of the electronic music scene, but the label bosses are pretty tight lipped about their identity beyond that. Showing off some serious night moves on "Slow Down", the title track is perfect Berlin sunrise material: a lush serving of low-slung techno-pop that makes the perfect summer soundtrack. On remix duties is Lovestruckk, the duo comprising of Stojan and Holmar Filipsson (aka Thugfucker) inject more dancefloor dynamics before closer "Slow Down", a slinky and hypnotic tech house cut moves the EP into a moodier sonic territory.
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Cat: SPLX 1. Rel: 03 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Superlux - "White Noise" (Mike Gill Noisey rework) (8:09)
  2. Superlux - "Chupa Track" (7:06)
  3. N Gynn - "Take One" (5:58)
  4. N Gynn - "Take One" (Dawl remix) (7:01)
Review: Rather unhelpfully, there's little info about the Superlux label available, other than the fact that it's run by the shadowy artists of the same name. They handle side A of this split EP, with Mike Gill's "Noisey Rework" of "White Noise" - a pulsating, otherworldly chunk of electro rich in trippy noises and elastic synth-bass - followed by the raw, foreboding, mid-tempo electro throb of "Chupa Track". Sometime Pleasure Club man Nick Glynn takes over on side two, first delivering the deep space club electro of EP standout "Take One", before inviting Dawl to re-invent it as a mind-mangling slab of electro/Yorkshire bleep fusion (minus the colossal sub-bass associated with that particular vintage style).
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Extinction (12")
Cat: SOMA 557. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Extinction F01 (5:57)
  2. Extinction F02 (6:48)
  3. Extinction F03 (6:01)
  4. Extinction F04 (5:35)
Review: It's been six years since Lewis Fautzi debuted on Soma, and since then he's become a real techno powerhouse. His latest shows yet more evolution in his sound across four streamlined and hypnotic "Extinction" cuts. "F01" is alluringly low key as drums roll over a frosty and frozen tundra, then "F02" ups the ante with steel plated kicks and sonar-like pulses that burrow deep. After the warped synths of "F03" comes closer "F04", the most heady of the lot thanks to its MIllsian minimalism and infinite melodic loops.
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Played by: Kessell
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AESTHETIC 03 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AESTHETIC 03. Rel: 19 Aug 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Sunrise (9:33)
  2. Imagine (8:09)
  3. Voltage (8:32)
  4. Time (9:46)
Review: Russian producer Swoy has been spotted alongside Djebali in the past, so you know this cat means business when it comes to minimal house. Recent releases on EWax and OGE have set the scene perfectly for this latest trip into the undergrowth on Aesthetic. "Sunrise" is a heads down groover with subtle threads of melody scattered throughout, while "Imagine" ups the wriggling sound design and threads a lighter mood through the middle distance of the track. "Voltage" drops things back to a loopy, techy sound, and then "Time" drifts into dreamier headspace without sacrificing the crafty little production flairs that make Swoy a standout artist.
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Played by: Burnski, James Reid
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Palaver (CD)
BBE
Cat: BBE 511ACD. Rel: 10 Sep 19
International
  1. Palaver
  2. Make You No Mind
  3. Abebrese
  4. Help Africa
  5. Nyame Dadaw
Review: The dusty-fingered diggers behind the BBE label have a reputation for unearthing obscure or unreleased gems, though we doubt that they've previously discovered anything quite as significant as this. Ebo Taylor, the undisputed king of Ghanaian "funky-highlife", recorded "Palaver" with his touring band way back in 1980, but for reasons the man himself can't even remember, Nigerian imprint Tabansi Records never got round to releasing it. That remains an odd decision, because "Palaver" shows Taylor at his very best, with the sax and trumpet-laden brilliance of "Make You No Mind" and the righteous, Afrobeat-influenced highlife brilliance of "Help Africa" being every bit as potent as the Ghanaian's most revered work.
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Cat: 31RS 041. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Jungle Fi Dread (6:05)
  2. What Time Dread (6:11)
Review: A master of all things dark and gritty when it comes to jungle and drum & bass, Ray Keith is back with a vengeance here across two devastating cuts. A side "Jungle Fi Dread" is built on his archetypal dread bass sound, stepping breaks and flailing hits, and it adds up to a controlled bit of dance floor frenzy with numerous peaks and troughs. "What Time Dread" on the flip has a rude vocal stretched and warped over rinsed out breakbeats that shimmer while a droning bassline conjures up some sort of doom-laden final level boss scene from your favourite RPG.
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Cat: GLITS 011R. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Don't You Want My Love (Joe Claussell 1986 Reel To Reel edit) (8:54)
  2. Don't You Want My Love (Cratebug More Love remix) (9:06)
Review: Defected's fabulous Glitterbox off-shoot has thankfully repressed these two fist pumping disco remixes of Debbie Jacobs' classic "Don't You Want My Love". Stepping up on the a-side is the master of the mix, EQer extraordinaire and founder of the legendary Body & Soul party, Joe Claussell. His remix is perfect for said New York party with its loose percussion, big string stabs and relentless disco drums. Cratebug strips things back to a more functional and contemporary club track that builds in layers, with subtle filters bringing the tension until finally he lets the groove drop, no doubt to devastating scenes on the dance floor.
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Northern Lights EP (12" repress)
Cat: IIWII 016. Rel: 28 Aug 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Northern Lights (11:02)
  2. Drawn From The Side Of Crime (12:49)
Review: It's been a while since we heard from the Cobblestone Jazz boys and given their massive influence over contemporary house and techno, it's always a pleasure to listen to their truly singular take on dance music. The Matthew Jonson-led outfit return with an EP for the Itiswhatitis label, the original birthplace of Jonson's beats. "Northern Lights" is classic Cobblestone, where an ultra compressed kick meanders amidst calculated drips of sound pouring mathematically from every angle. "Drawn From The Side Of Crime" is a little more chirpy, its sounds bleeping away with greater intensity and freedom. It's a must have for fans of the group, recommended!
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Rise (12")
Cat: RB 083. Rel: 04 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Rise (5:24)
  2. Rize (bonus beats) (4:40)
  3. Rise (acappella) (1:59)
  4. Shapes (7:09)
  5. Rise (Motor mix) (6:18)
Review: Smoky techno futurist Redshape dons his famously featureless mask once more, this time for an outing on regular home label, Running Back. Of course, the German's music is anything but feature-less, as this EP confirms once more. Opener "Rise" has scintillating chords draped over busy, shuffling, breaky-drums that find Redshape cooking up some funk, which is rare for him. We dig. A "Bonus Beats" and "Acappella" mix are included for adventurous DJs, while the flip sweeps you off your feet on a breezy, floating techno groove that is riddled with synths that flutter in warm solar winds. A firmly rooted and rolling Motor Mix of "Rise" closes out yet another essential Reshape offering.
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Kiya (12")
Cat: NEEDW 067. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Kiya (7:41)
  2. Kiya (Rave mix) (6:29)
  3. Kiya (Brian Ring remix) (6:21)
  4. Kiya (Dreamscape mix) (3:58)
Review: Alex "Kiwi" Warren has barely put a foot wrong in recent times, with a superb DJ Rocca collaboration and some fine EPs on Disco Halal, Cin Cin and Paradise Palms. Here he adds another record label to the CV via a second outing on Needwant. In its original form, "Kiya" is a baggy, sunrise-ready house cut drive forwards by low-slung bass, chiming melodies, layered percussion, twinkling pianos and choice snatches of vocal apparently borrowed from an old African record. The "Rave Mix" is a more driving excursion smothered in intergalactic motifs and trance-like synth sounds, while the Brian Ring revision is looser, sparser and altogether more glassy-eyed. Warren rounds things off via the "Dreamscape Mix", a stunning ambient interpretation for those who like their sounds swirling and beat free.
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