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Atlas (1-sided 12")
Cat: ZEN 12541. Rel: 03 Apr 20
Deep House
  1. Atlas (7:24)
Review: Belfast boys Bicep have been surprisingly quiet of late, with this single-sided salvo marking their first new music since 2018. Apparently inspired by their globe-trotting DJ experiences of the past couple of years, the track is as vibrant, colourful and emotive as you'd expect, with the Northern Irish duo layering glistening, ear-catching synthesizer lead lines, drifting vocal samples, sunrise-ready pads and tweaked electronics atop a loose-limbed, breakbeat-influenced rhythm and rumbling bass. It's perhaps not as in-your-face as some of their releases, but it certainly boasts great dancefloor weight, as well as a blend of musical elements that tends towards the loved-up and glassy-eyed.
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Exit Planet Earth: Carbon (140 gram vinyl 12" in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: EPE 01. Rel: 30 Mar 20
Electro
  1. The Hacker - "Positif/Negatif" (6:36)
  2. 214 - "Testy Robot" (5:53)
  3. Reedale Rise - "Lux" (5:51)
  4. Derek Carr - "The Gap" (6:22)
Review: 20/20 Vision have firmly gaffa taped their flag to the electro antennae with "Exit Planet Earth", a new compilation series celebrating veterans and newcomers in the business of tweaked out machine funk. The Hacker is up first with "Positif/Negatif", a rubbery, FX-laden workout with plenty of uneasy space around the core rhythm section. 214 follows up with the decidedly creepy, sound design-embellished "Testy Robot". On the flip Reedale Rise brings something a bit livelier with the plush synth flex pinging through "Lux". Derek Carr completes the set with "The Gap", a lush slice of melancholic machine dreaming for mellower moments.
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Together EP (12" in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: IV 92. Rel: 30 Mar 20
Techno
  1. Come Together (7:29)
  2. Omnibus (7:20)
Review: It's been 10 years since Henrik Schwarz last graced Innervisions with his widescreen take on dance music, and he's returning to his old stomping ground with the kind of cinematic strokes we'd expect from both artist and label. The drama is palpable at every turn in "Come Together", but it's especially driven by the bold arrangements of choral voices striking a tone somewhere between doomsday and the second coming. "Omnibus" is a strikingly beautiful big room brooder led by plaintive lead lines and a forthright sense of urgency, unfurling further musical figures at every 16 bars and plotting a course for the stars in the process.
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AE (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: ISLA 23. Rel: 30 Mar 20
Techno
  1. NDER (12:46)
  2. EODL (3:36)
  3. TUAL (7:45)
  4. EJUN (5:12)
  5. ARIL (9:38)
  6. ILMX (4:21)
  7. HRBA (7:34)
  8. SDLY (7:23)
Review: After the expansive run of eXquisite CORpsE EPs on Platform 23 last year, Robbert Heijnen and Debbie Jones' project gets another fresh airing under the XqST guise. The seductive rhythmic incantations gathered on this release were largely recorded in 2003 in Vancouver, once the couple's children were in bed. Quite what the junior XqSTers would have made of the transcendental drum loops emanating from their parents' studio is anyone's guess, but the quality is remarkable. Dense and foggy in atmosphere, but with a sharply defined percussive angle at every cycle of every loop, this is another wonderful document of the often overlooked work of this singular pair of drum obsessives.
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Cat: AL 034. Rel: 31 Mar 20
Techno
  1. For Every Forever (6:17)
  2. For Every Forever (dub mix) (6:06)
  3. Stairway 3000 (7:25)
Review: "For Every Forever", Italian twosome Mathame's first EP of 2020, is a quietly uplifting affair. It begins with the confident and ear-catching title track, with the pair's heartfelt, indie-style vocals weave in and out of stunning strings, hybrid techno/progressive house drums and occasional nods towards emotive progressive trance territory. The latter influence becomes more obvious on the accompanying "Dub" mix, where a jaunty electronic riff takes centre stage rather than the strings or their eyes-closed vocals. The EP's bonus track, "Stairway 3000", is arguably even closer to straight-up trance, with synthesized steel drum melodies and sustained chords soaring above tribal style techno beats and a rumbling bassline.
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Purplewave EP (12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: DM 005. Rel: 01 Apr 20
Techno
  1. Purplewave (5:11)
  2. Rainmaker (5:14)
  3. Enada Mello (5:08)
  4. Purplewave (Silicon Scally remix) (7:07)
  5. Purplewave (No Moon remix) (6:28)
Review: We're not quite sure what "Purplewave" is, though by the sounds of this EP from electro and techno veteran Rico Casazza it's something we like. The title track, which kicks of the EP in style, is a curious but inspired blend of electro rhythms played on live drums, 1980s alt-rock guitar solos, druggy Italo-disco/new wave style arpeggio bass and alien-sounding electronic melodies. On side B it gets the remix treatment, with Silicon Scally (AKA British electro stalwart Carl Finlow) re-inventing it as a shimmering slice of deep space electro and No Moon offering up a trippy, chugging and dreamy version for late nights and early mornings. Elsewhere on the EP, Casazza delves in to dark electro waters on "Rainmaker" and adds acid to his guitar-flecked template on "Enada Mello".
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  1. Yu Su - "223" (6:06)
  2. Katerina - "Bird People" (6:21)
  3. Lock Eyes - "Inner Conspiracy" (6:17)
  4. Valesuchi - "30" (4:05)
  5. Dawit - "Level 7" (5:34)
Review: Many happy returns to Bradley Zero's Rhythm Section International label, which this month notches up five years in the game. To celebrate, he's releasing a celebratory compilation and two sampler EPs. This first 12" begins with some inspired broken beat/Nu Groove style deep house fusion from the ever-impressive Yu Su, before moving through ghostly techno (the fizzing beats and yearning chords of Katerina's "Bird People") and manic, metallic and industrial-tinged dancefloor madness courtesy of Lock Eyes ("Inner Conspiracy"). Valesuchi offers up the dense industrial/tribal fusion of "30" - all heavy Test Department beats and woozy electronic noises, while "Dawit" invites us to the glassy eyed, futurist deep house paradise that is "Level 7".
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Inti (heavyweight vinyl 12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: ISS 002. Rel: 01 Apr 20
Techno
  1. Inti (5:24)
  2. Kappelberg Chant (5:34)
  3. Routine (5:41)
  4. Skreet Lvl Dub (4:27)
Review: Having set our world alight with his third Ilian Tape 12", 2012, back in the spring, Munich man Skee Mask delivers another essential collection of loose-limbed, broken techno workouts. Typically, he's on point from the word go, enveloping swinging, off-kilter techno breakbeats with swirling chords and cascading melodies on brilliant opener "Inti". His love of African-influenced polyrhythms is explored further on the ghostly, percussion-rich club cut "Kappelberg Chant" (which, incidentally, makes great use of choral chants), while "Routine" is a warm, loved-up and evocative tribute to rave-era British breakbeat-house. His debt to British dance music's formative years also comes to the fore on killer proto-jungle jam "Skreet Lvl Dub".
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SYSTM 030 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SYSTM 030. Rel: 01 Apr 20
 
Deep Dubstep
  1. Temple Song
  2. Breakthrough
  3. Biosphere
Review: Versa on System; it's a match made in dub heaven. Slower than the usual club-ready output V.I.V.E.K's label has often been known for, these are perfect home listening for the current lockdown era as Versa goes in deep; "Temple Song" is all about the subtle loopy insistencies while "Breakthrough" sinks us even deeper into our chair with its minimal ingredients providing maximum immersion. Finally "Biosphere" ushers in the kicks for a warm and rolling dub techno escapade. Stunning.
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Cat: XIN 004. Rel: 02 Apr 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Blissful Lie (6:53)
  2. Weightless (4:41)
  3. Psychiflux (5:42)
  4. Cloud Walker (4:07)
Review: Exuberant 1990s electronic music revivalist Ludwig Af Rohrscheid has released some of his most magical music of late, with December 2019's "Between Worlds" being one of his best to date. There's much to set the pulse racing on this four-tracker too, from the rushing, trance-influenced melodic positivity of breakbeat wiggler "Blissful Lie" (which, incidentally, lifts the same Aisha sample as the Orb's "Blue Room"), to the IDM/braindance fusion of "Psychiflux" and ultra-deep, spaced-out brilliance of "Cloud Walker", via the madcap insanity of "Weightless", which flips from a jazz-flecked ambient soundscape to a maniacal braindance stomper midway through.
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Give Thanks (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ITX 016. Rel: 01 Apr 20
Techno
  1. Present (4:26)
  2. Hole Flow (4:10)
  3. Mersh (3:05)
  4. Live Wire (4:32)
  5. White Label (3:45)
  6. The Beach (4:28)
Review: Ilian Tape welcomes a new artist to the roster here, as Zeki 808 offers up an EP that defies easy categorization. Check first opener "Present", where ghostly techno chords and bubbly electro style melodies ride stuttering sub-bass and elastic post-dubstep beats, before admiring the even more prominent analogue bass and echoing drum hits of "Hole Flow". "Mersh" is a full-throttle number built around military-strength Belgian "hoover bass" and skittish beats, while "Live Wire" looks to Grime and mangled 21st century digi-dub for inspiration. To round things off, "White Label" brings the ruffneck breakbeat heat while dubstep number "The Beach" takes deep sub-bass and Sheffield style bleep noises to epic new levels. Impressive stuff all told.
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Compro (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP repress)
Cat: ITLP 04. Rel: 01 Apr 20
Techno
  1. Cerroverb (5:27)
  2. Session Add (6:17)
  3. Rev8617 (3:46)
  4. 50 Euro To Break Boost (4:50)
  5. Via Sub Mids (6:27)
  6. Soundboy Ext (4:42)
  7. Dial 274 (6:00)
  8. VLI (5:43)
  9. Flyby VFR (5:16)
  10. Muk FM (5:32)
  11. Kozmic Flush (5:15)
  12. Calimance (Delay mix) (4:02)
Review: Skee Mask, who only recently was found out to be called Bryan Muller, comes through with his second LP to date, making a wonderful follow-up to 2016's Shred. Compro is, ironically, comprised of a much more explorative palette of sounds, with many corners of the album veering off into otherworldly ambient, often through a striking new-age sensibility. The most impressive element of this album is its flow and evolution across its 12 tracks, sounding a lot more like one single-minded thought rather than a collection of disparate dance-not-dance tunes. The quality of the recording is noticeable, too, with tracks like "Rev8617" or "Via Sub Mids" sounding professional, both in vision and style. Through an intricate collage of breaks, samples, polyphonies, and subtle electronic manipulations, Skee Mask has truly mastered his own art, and is giving a new direction to the wider 'UK rave' sound. BIG.
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  1. Stijn Sadee - "Fading Ocean" (3:16)
  2. Rahsaan Nova - "Selfishness" (2:37)
  3. RDS - "Smwajkb" (6:22)
  4. Mark Du Mosch - "In A Flash" (5:39)
  5. Tripeo - "Propaganda" (6:23)
  6. Freek Fabricius - "Astronaut Prinses" (feat Yuna) (5:24)
Review: Nuno Dos Santos' ever-excellent label presents a mini-compilation of intriguing leftfield sonics from a nicely varied cast of characters, leading in with a gorgeous ambient piece from Stijn Sadee. Rahsaan Nova brings a fractured delicacy to "Selfishness" while RDS drops some dynamic needlepoint rhythm science in "Smwajkb". Mark Du Mosch has some suitably strung out jacking business to attend to on "In A Flash", while Tripeo brings the muscular, dystopian electro vibe. Then Freek Fabricius smooths things out with the gorgeous, lilting "Astronaut Prinses". If you're into artfully sculpted electronics across the tempo and style spectrum, this record comes highly recommended.
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Forse (12" repress)
Cat: IT 039. Rel: 01 Apr 20
Techno
  1. Future Atmo (4:35)
  2. Afen (5:07)
  3. Leaf (4:43)
  4. Track XL (4:02)
  5. TP (3:33)
Review: Sprightly Galvanizing Bud Spencer Hits.
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Cat: NE 70. Rel: 30 Mar 20
Techno
  1. Barrier Miner (5:02)
  2. Gait Cycle (Mormal version) (5:16)
  3. Lure Protrusion (3:34)
  4. Stop Mixing Tracks Like This (2:53)
  5. Zugzwang (7:58)
  6. Overtone Widow (3:46)
Review: Andreas Lubeck first appeared on Northern Electronics with the "Gait Cycle EP" back in 2017 before stepping up the album format with "Lonely Hearts Club" last year. It's not taken long for him to return the fray with another long form slab of frostbitten workouts ranging from the uneasy stalking of "Barrier Miner" to the slow-stepping "Gait Cycle (Mormal Version)". There's plenty of texture and atmosphere that places this album in the Northern Electronics universe, but it's also leaning on a UK soundsystem leaning that blends with these sonic attributes perfectly, making this as exciting for club damage as it is for home listening.
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Coisas (CD)
Cat: IDEAL 185. Rel: 01 Apr 20
Deep House
  1. Local Dub
  2. Ramona Corner
  3. The Way You Are
  4. Slowly I Turned
  5. Nothing Changes
  6. Solitare
  7. Amphetamine Jitters
Review: During the 1980s, Mike Mangino was one half of New Jersey proto-techno punks Smersh, an outfit whose work has long influenced the more industrial-minded end of the lo-fi techno community. Here he re-surfaces on Joachim Nordwall's iDEAL imprint with a solo album that's altogether deeper and more dubby in tone that some of his previous work. Apparently created via live jams with a range of electronic instruments (synths, sequencers, drum machines and so on), "Coisas" sees Mangino flit between hypnotic dub techno ("Ramona Corner"), bleeping turn-of-the-90s deep techno (the superb "The Way You Are"), languid early morning soundscapes (the locked-in dub house of "Slowly I Turned"), tracks that doff a cap towards tactile Italian deep house (the rather lovely "Solitaire") and more experimental, glitched-out dub ("Amphetamine Jitters").
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Cat: HNRLP 020. Rel: 30 Mar 20
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Tides Fall (8:20)
  2. Maha (3:36)
  3. Bania (5:21)
  4. Back To That Atomic Ether (5:38)
  5. 10 Swords (8:16)
  6. After Ambers (7:40)
  7. Those Cosmic Plains (7:37)
Review: Following a couple of decent but arguably overlooked 12" singles, Tecwaa has decided the time is right to drop his debut album. The Swedish artist proceeds to languidly shuffle through evocative, occasionally icy tracks that variously draw influence from deep house, 1980s wave music, spiritual jazz, leftfield synth-pop, trippy electronica and chugging psychedelic disco. It's an interesting and entertaining set, with each success delay-laden track delivering a new twist on his hard-to-pigeonhole late night/early morning sound. By the time the bubbly, acid flecked "Those Cosmic Plains" rounds the album off, you'll be ready to listen to it all over again.
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Illusion Of Time (limited coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code in embossed sleeve)
Cat: PHLP 12. Rel: 27 Mar 20
Techno
  1. Sun (5:12)
  2. Illusion Of Time (4:20)
  3. CC Pad (3:48)
  4. Space Channel (1:44)
  5. Inside The Ruins (6:09)
  6. At First Sight (3:25)
  7. Interrupted By The Cloud Of Light (1:53)
  8. Enter Exit (5:27)
  9. Water (8:52)
  10. Stills (2:20)
Review: Phantasy Sound's main man Daniel Avery has linked up with modular wizard Alessandro Cortini for a debut full length, "Illusion Of Time". It came together over many years, with no real concept or constraints but it has still managed to make a powerful impact despite its spare, lo-fi, ambient vibes. There are heavier, darker tracks like "Inside The Ruins" that are brilliantly bleak, but also thoughtful meditations like the title track, which has some magical piano playing at its core. It's the rays of light amongst the darkness that make this such a beguiling and beautiful listen, and a perfect soundtrack to long lost days at home during lockdown.
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FORTHCOMING
Needs 007
Needs 007 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NNFP 007.
Deep House
  1. Telephones - "Groundshaker/Lightbreaker" (Pulse mix)
  2. Ciel - "Faye Wong Plays The Strings"
  3. Al Wootton - "Raphael"
  4. Eliphino - "It's Hard To Say"
Review: To kick off the new decade Needs return with a renewed focus. As of of 2020 they will streamline their fundraising efforts to two areas: the environment and mental health, with releases and events lined up this year for Earth Day (April) and World Mental Health Day (October).

Following on from contributions from the likes of Eris Drew, D. Tiffany, Hodge, Red Axes, Peggy Gou and Edward, they return with another all-star cast to join them on their quest. Needs 007 welcomes to the label Telephones, Ciel, Al Wootton and Eliphino who all contribute to an EP which touches house, techno and broken UK rhythms. An eclectic offering with a mood for every dancefloor.

Earth Day is a initiative to build the world's largest environmental movement to drive transformative change for people and planet. Their's mission is to diversify, educate and activate the environmental movement worldwide. Growing out of the first Earth Day in 1970, Earth Day Network is the world's largest recruiter to the environmental movement, working with more than 75,000 partners in over 190 countries to drive positive action for our planet.

Cool Earth is a UK based charity that works alongside rainforest communities to halt deforestation and its impact on climate change.

Needs 007 is in aid of Earth Day 2020. All profits donated to Cool Earth UK.





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FORTHCOMING
Underworld
  1. Underworld
  2. Underworld (Lost Desert remix)
  3. Underworld (Volen Sertin)
  4. Naturae
Review: Last year Nacho Varela and Cruz Vittor debuted on All Day I Dream via "Have A Name", a warm and melodious chunk of deep house/tech-house fusion that ended up on the label's excellent "Summer Sampler" compilation. This single is therefore their debut "proper", with the similarly inclined titled track "Underworld" - all wavy male vocals, crispy tech house beats, gorgeous chords and summer breeze melodies - being accompanied by two remixes and even more picturesque and string-drenched bonus cut "Naturae". The reworks come courtesy of labelmate Lost Desert, who beefs up the beats and gives the track a more enveloping feel, and Volen Sertin. That version is bigger, beefier and a little bolder, too, with echoing percussion hits and even toastier musical elements riding a chunky house groove.
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coming soon $11.24
FORTHCOMING
Formula EP
Formula EP (12")
Cat: FIT 025.
Techno
  1. Exist On
  2. Formula
  3. Wayne County Stomp
Review: After five years of on-off collaborations and side projects, Aaron 'FIT' Siegel has finally got round to making a new solo record. It's rather good, with startling A-side "Exist On" delivering a brilliant blend of breakbeat-driven turn of the '90s grooves, chunky bass, ultra-dreamy chords and the kind of bleeping top-end melodies more readily associated with the early releases of Warp Records. Title track "Formula" moves even further towards bleep techno territory via deep space chords, thumping techno beats, Kraftwerkian lead lines and the kind of distorted analogue bass found on LIES releases, while "Wayne County Stomp" sounds like a mutated, mind-altering cover of Steve Poindexter's "Computer Madness".
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FORTHCOMING
The Devil's Curators Vol 1
  1. Chronogram
  2. The Demon's Platform
  3. The Melting Mask
  4. Living Colossus
  5. Grey Morph
Review: Last year U.S techno veteran Mike Parker took time out to look back on his career, in the process offering up a collection of 'Early Works' and a couple of reissues of some of his most celebrated late '90s works. Here he kicks off a new series on Spazio Disponibile, "The Devil's Curators", and it's a little different to what you might expect. The five cuts are as deep and hypnotic as ever, but far from standard techno slammers. In fact, the rhythms are inventive and off-kilter, with Parker either breaking up the beats or experimenting with halftime beats. Throw in a couple of loopy, beat-free modular experiments and you have a rock solid set of mixing tools for inventive techno DJs.
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SURM O1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SURM 01. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Ron & Roland - "Nassaur Bassed Party" (6:46)
  2. Spacebunny - "Spacebunny" (6:29)
  3. Coke, Stoned & Bailey's - "Your Dad" (6:01)
Review: Surreal was a sublabel of Swag Records that operated around the tech house scene of the mid to late '90s. After 17 years of silence, the label awakens from its slumber to repress a few of the choicest cuts from the back catalogue. First up is Ron & Roland, otherwise known as Laurant Webb, whose acid-laced "Nassaur Bassed Party" sounds as fresh and infectious as it did back in '96. Spacebunny's self-titled opus takes thing deeper, but there's still a strident metallic groove that harks back to the early days of tech house in fine style. Cheeky trio Coke, Stoned & Bailey's only made a couple of drops on Surreal, but "Your Dad" is surely one of the strongest - a rubbery acid line and splashes of dub all over the shop.
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Acid Royale (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ACIWAX 21. Rel: 09 Mar 20
Techno
  1. MDM Anal (7:01)
  2. Don't Get Caught (5:54)
  3. Acid Royale (6:50)
  4. Go Skiiing (5:03)
Review: All hail the return of our goal-scoring squelch lord, Roy Of The Ravers. Kicking the grass up back where he belongs on Acid Waxa, the modern acid hero sounds as crucial as ever on this cheeky EP. "MDM Anal" is a sludgy cut revolving around a bloated bass arp and really simple kick-clap beat. "Don't Get Caught" ramps up the 303 action for some smart acid jack with a little extra spring in its step. "Acid Royale" is more of an epic saga for those who like a sense of narrative with their jack, in this case coming on like a late-'80s role-playing book. Rolling the dice and turning to the B2, we're confronted with the simultaneously gorgeous and unhinged "Go Skiing", which sounds like it could stack it on a mogul at any moment.
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Toe To Toe Vol 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HARDGROOVE 30. Rel: 16 Mar 20
Techno
  1. Mella Dee - "01302" (999 mix) (5:33)
  2. Mella Dee - "01302" (OG mix) (5:57)
  3. Subradeon - "A New Sun Is Rising" (5:25)
  4. Subradeon - "The Light" (5:26)
Review: Hardgroove continues its productive run in the fiercer realms of techno science with a showcase of two utterly essential artists picked from the current crop. Mella Dee is sounding absolutely on fire on "01302", which comes in two distinct but equally brilliant versions. With both, strict rhythmic structures work as a vessel for insanely catchy synth riffs as tasteful as they are infectious - scene-stealing techno at its finest. Subradeon brings a hefty dose of Robert Hood-flavoured minimal funk to "A New Sun Is Rising", and does it supremely well. "The Light" follows a similarly looped up path, but here the synth line is a more fluid rush that gives the track a softer landing without losing its imposing stature. This is big room tackle with brains to match the brawn.
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Sonic Assault (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BAREC 010. Rel: 09 Mar 20
Electro
  1. Sonic Assault (5:42)
  2. Exoplanets (4:51)
  3. Sonic Assault (Docta Gee remix) (5:06)
  4. Black-eyed Humanoids (5:45)
  5. UFO Believers (5:44)
Review: Slovenian electro master Zeta Reticula has been on the rampage over the past few years, spraying machine funk bullets all over the shop on labels like Bass Agenda, Electrix and Mechatronica. Now the man otherwise known as Umek lands on the rapid-rising Latvian label Blind Allies with the first dedicated artist EP after a string of various artist 12"s. The vibe is nocturnal and noirish across these five bombs, staying true to both the Reticula sound and Blind Allies. There are plenty of playful synth blips and bleeps wriggling their way through the mix too - this is far from morose dungeon electro, but something more like mutant body poppers for darkened souls.
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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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Stealth Mission 004 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: STEALTHMISSION 004. Rel: 16 Mar 20
Techno
  1. Posthuman - "Rejektacid" (6:29)
  2. Naked Eye People - "Balsa Wood Blues" (5:39)
  3. HVL Pres Kiyadama - "Slammbeat" (Ben Sims JFF edit) (4:21)
  4. Do The Du - "Peckham" (7:43)
Review: Naked Eye People's Stealth Mission series continues apace with this latest sure shot of techno tricksters to get you jacking in all the best ways. I Love Acid flag-bearer Posthuman is up first with "Rejektacid", a pepped up 303 burner with a sharply executed drum machine backbone. Naked Eye People's "Balsa Wood Blues" follows up with a hopped up take on dub techno that merges with breakbeat to create something ravey yet ultimately trippy. HVL adopts his Kiyadama alias for "Slammbeat", which gets dutifully edited into shape by Ben Sims. Do The Du finish things off with some truly gnarly acid from the nightmare realm.

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Cat: NEXUS 212. Rel: 05 Mar 20
Techno
  1. Don't Do It Like That (6:04)
  2. Don't Do It Like That (instrumental) (5:33)
  3. Nexus (6:36)
  4. No Statues (5:00)
Review: During their time as Nexus 21, Altern-8 pair Mark Archer and Chris Peat were given the opportunity to head to Detroit and record with some of their techno heroes, Kevin Saunderson and Derrick May included. "Made In Detroit" presents these rare and significant recordings for the first time, offering a suite of tracks that fix UK-style bleep melodies (all the rage in late 1989/early 1990) to the kind of fizzing rhythms, warm bass and futuristic electronics then popular in the Motor City. There are two versions of house-tempo standout "Don't Do It Like That" (one with a whispered lead vocal by Ann Saunderson), while the clanking and metallic "Nexus" and more ghostly "No Statues" accurately fuse the best bits of both British and American techno at the time.
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Cat: PRTR 19. Rel: 24 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Not Tonight: Dawn (7:06)
  2. Not Tonight: Dusk (8:42)
  3. Acid Bath (Pursuit mix) (7:04)
  4. Up & Atom (7:35)
  5. Serial Malfunction (6:32)
  6. Nightfall (4:07)
Review: Not all types of techno suits the album format, though that's not an accusation you could level at Derek Carr's particular brand of melodic, sci-fi-fired retro-futurism. "Pursuit Part 1" (a second volume will drop shortly) proves this point, delivering a suite of mostly club-ready cuts that can easily be listened to from start to finish in the comfort of your own home. It's full to bursting with warm, melodious, bass-heavy tackle, much of which combines his usual starry synths and deep space electronics with grooves which are far more influenced by dub techno than much of Carr's output. Highlights include the two-part "Not Tonight", the TB-303 powered "Acid Bath", and the glistening ambient/IDM lusciousness of "Nightfall".
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Various EP (Part 2) (140 gram vinyl 12" + sticker & insert)
Cat: WSR VA2. Rel: 16 Mar 20
Techno
  1. Box 5ive - "Silicate" (6:39)
  2. Keppel - "Taken For Granted" (6:38)
  3. Henry Greenleaf - "Snide" (4:59)
  4. Formant Value - "Polycausa" (7:03)
Review: Well Street keep up the heat as one of the most inventive labels operating in the liminal space between techno, dub and rhythmic mysticism. These various artist releases are also a perfect introduction to some essential new talent, and that's clear from the off with the snaking, echo chamber pressure of Box 5ive. Keppel's "Taken For Granted" is a distinctive slice of crooked 21st century soul that sports a whiff of early Kimbie / Blake in the vocals and overall attitude. Henry Greenleaf's "Snide" is a taut drum track that teases as much as it delivers, and Formant Value trips out into a meditative soundscape of pattering percussion and spacious atmospherics.
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Cat: TR 11:11. Rel: 16 Jan 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Overcome (9:08)
  2. Lady Science (NYC Sunrise) (9:24)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: relik returns with a repackaged edition of one of the catalogue's most treasured releases. "Overcome" and "Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)" need little introduction, and now come sporting the new TR11:11 matrix number. Written and produced by Thomas Melchior and Baby Ford aka Soul Capsule, these tracks came from one of the many sessions recorded at the West London Ifach Studio in 1999. On the A Side "Overcome" is stripped back and energetic, driven by rolling and shuffling garage style beats, tight bubbling bass and atmospheric synth pads. The intermittent vocal samples and the release's signature organ set you up for the flip, "Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)". Possibly one of house music's most emotive pieces, the track builds slowly with the introduction of each part building a story of soulful optimism based around a sparse palette of deep synths, uplifting keys and warm analogue bass. The understated beauty of the main vocal riff never seems to grow old or tired with the track lending itself perfectly to either main room, peak-time play or after-hours sessions alike. Remastered by Rashad at D & M.
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Modo #01 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MODO 01. Rel: 03 Oct 16
Techno
  1. Jouska (6:43)
  2. Berlin In Winter (6:38)
  3. Tarantism (8:08)
  4. Mabble (5:26)
Review: Freerotation resident Tom Ellis has decided to launch a label, In Modo Di ("in the style of", in classical music terms), packing this first release with four of his own productions. While opener "Josuka" is seeped in gentle positivity and hazy warmth - a by-product of a toasty bassline, dreamy keys and swirling atmospherics - for the most part the EP is an ultra-deep and emotion-rich affair. "Berlin In Winter" is particularly spellbinding, with melancholic melody lines wrapping themselves around soft-touch grooves and icy atmospherics, though IDM and ambient-inspired closer "Mabble" - think a slightly cheerier take on the Biosphere sound - is almost as awe-inspiring.
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Cat: PRTR 20. Rel: 24 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Giant (7:02)
  2. Decaying Orbit (6:37)
  3. Deepart System (5:30)
  4. Languishing (5:29)
  5. Human Form (6:06)
  6. Human Decisions (6:54)
  7. Messenger Of The Gods (6:15)
  8. Spindle (3:54)
  9. Pegasus (4:31)
Review: An absolute future classic album of the incredible Derek Carr on Sushitech's sub label - Pariter.
A long journey of 15 tracks that starts with some deep and dubby chords, acidic grooves and ends up with lush string based ambients.
For the fans of Convextion, Schatrax and of course Derek himself! Huge release!
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Variation EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VGNR 02. Rel: 25 Apr 16
Techno
  1. Sea-Vissy
  2. Variation 52
  3. Calmclav
  4. An Unexpected Movement
Review: Second EP from the Vigenere label.
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Cat: DC 210. Rel: 23 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Camargue 2019 (Maceo Plex remix) (6:35)
  2. Camargue 2019 (6:58)
  3. Camargue 2019 (Keith Carnal remix) (7:53)
Review: Some big name retro-futurism here, as The Advent joins forces with CJ Bolland to offer up a mighty re-make of the latter's mind-altering 1992 Belgian techno classic "Camargue". The 2019 "original mix" (A2) recreates many of the most familiar elements from the '92 version (including the rumbling bassline, US garage style stabs and evocative strings), tweaking the arrangement and adding some suitably tribal techno drums into the mix. Ironically, Maceo Plex's thumping, angry, kickdrum-driven remix is closer in tone to the now familiar "Drumcode sound", with the producer leaning towards the dark and intense. As for Keith Carnal's mix, it actually sounds like a more hypnotic, locked-in techno version of "Chime" by Orbital.
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Cat: AMB 3922LP. Rel: 24 Oct 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Xtal (4:51)
  2. Tha (9:02)
  3. Pulsewidth (3:48)
  4. Ageispolis (5:21)
  5. I (1:12)
  6. Green Calx (6:05)
  7. Heliosphan (4:50)
  8. We Are The Music Makers (7:45)
  9. Schottkey 7th Path (5:02)
  10. Ptolemy (7:14)
  11. Hedphelym (6:04)
  12. Delphium (5:27)
  13. Actium (7:36)
Review: In line with the timely reappraisal of all things R&S related, the resurgent Apollo have seen the opportunity to bring one of their most celebrated records back for another round. Aphex Twin's ambient recordings mature magnificently with age, sounding ever richer and more emotive as the rest of electronic music continues to play catch up all around. From the gentle breakbeats of "Xtal" to the aquatic techno lure of "Tha", the airy rave of "Pulsewidth" to the heartwrenching composition of "Ageispolis", every track is a perennial example of how far ambient techno could reach even back then. It's just that no-one quite had the arm-span of Richard D. James.
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Cyclia Two (12")
Cat: RB 0862. Rel: 25 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Future Fantasy (6:28)
  2. One Night In P Bar (6:25)
  3. Dutch Gold (6:44)
  4. Genesis (6:04)
Review: Krystal Klear knows a thing or two about making big dance floor tracks, and now he proves that again with tunes inspired by Jim Henson's psychedelic and cinematic nightclub fantasy of the late 1960's. The results are further-retro disco dazzlers with piebald leads, crystalline pads and chattering claps that all fizz with energy. "Future Fantasy" is the brightest of the lot, while "One Night In P Bar" gets more dark and dirty. "Dutch Gold" is an all out disco-trance anthem to get hands in the air and "Genesis" brings you back down to earth with long legged disco grooves and shimmering arps.
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Apparatus (140 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: VIS 317. Rel: 02 Mar 20
Electro
  1. Apparatus (6:10)
  2. Carbon Deposits (6:58)
  3. Bind (7:01)
  4. Components (5:20)
  5. Differential (6:01)
  6. Structure (6:34)
  7. Ampere (5:39)
  8. Viroids (6:48)
Review: There's no shortage of great electro around at the moment, but lest we forget Carl Finlow has been dishing out some of the finest for decades now. In many ways 20/20 Vision is his spiritual home too, so it's great to see him imparting his skills for a fresh long player of razor sharp body poppers loaded with robo-funk. From charging opener "Apparatus" to freaky wriggler "Carbon Deposits", restrained creeper "Components" to punchy melodic workout "Ampere", there's a lot to enjoy and so much musical detail to absorb across this record. As if we'd expect any less from Mr. Finlow.
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FORTHCOMING
Join The Future: UK Bleep & Bass 1988-91
VARIOUS
Cat: C&D 001.
Techno
  1. Unique 3 & The Mad Musician - "Only The Beginning"
  2. Original Clique - "Come To Papa"
  3. Demonik - "Labyrinthe"
  4. Nexus 21 - "Self Hypnosis" (Mr Whippy remix)
  5. Cabaret Voltaire - "Easy Life" (Jive Turkey mix)
  6. Alfanso - "Dub Feels Nice" (version 4)
  7. Ital Rockers - "Dreams"
  8. Man Machine - "Animal" (DJ Martin & DJ Holmes Primordial Jungle mix)
  9. Nightmares On Wax - "21st Kong"
  10. Tuff Little Unit - "Join The Future" (original instrumental mix)
Review: Dance music documentarian and DJ Matt Anniss is on a one-man mission to raise awareness of bleep techno, the sub-bass heavy style that began the UK bass music story. This killer compilation follows on from his critically acclaimed book (also called "Join The Future") and gathers together a mixture of hard-to-find tracks (see Unique 3's "Only The Beginning"), personal favourites (Ital Rockers' "Dreams", Nightmares On Wax's "21st Kong", DJ Martin and DJ Holmes' phenomenal rework of Man Machine), scene anthems (Demonik, Nexus 21, Cabaret Voltaire) and previously unreleased cuts (Alfanso's far-sighted "Dub Feels Nice (Version 4)" is particularly impressive). Thanks to some genius-like mastering work from Warp co-founder Rob Gordon, it all sounds insanely weighty and high-tech, too, making this a must-have for even confirmed bleep heads.
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  1. Red Shift - "3rd Moon" (6:33)
  2. Red Shift - "Audity" (5:54)
  3. Red Shift - "Himalayas" (3:48)
  4. Ether - "Detonator" (8:08)
  5. Escape Artist - "Rain Eternal" (5:08)
  6. Constants Of Nature - "Slow Symmetry Breaking" (6:21)
Review: Kalahari Oyster Cult tends to prioritize new music, though when boss man Colin Volvert does unearth an overlooked gem he has no hesitation in reissuing it. The "Systems EP", a multi-artist extravaganza that launched obscure Denver label Terraform Records way back in 1995, is one such gem. The A-side boasts a trio of varied but consistently good cuts from ambient techno explorer Red Shift (think acid-fired electro psychedelia, drowsy early morning bliss and picturesque downtempo goodness), while the flipside boasts a track apiece from three different producers. Ether's "Detonator" sounds like peak Meat Beat Manifesto (all razor-sharp acid lines, heavy bass and infectious breaks), Escape Artist's "Rain Eternal" is a languid electronica treat, and Constants Of Nature's "Slow Symmetry Breaking" is a woozy drift through outer space ambient.
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Aqueduct (limited double 12" + postcard)
Cat: PRESS 11. Rel: 21 Feb 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. 697 (11:35)
  2. 463 (7:33)
  3. 548 (10:12)
  4. 653 (11:47)
  5. 414 (6:51)
  6. 410 (7:53)
Review: While some of the hype surrounding Acting Press may have cooled in recent times, the Berlin-based label remains in rude health. That much is proved by this album-length double vinyl excursion from Intera, an all-star collaboration between PLO Man, Hashman Deejay, C3D-E. The trio starts in stunning fashion with the spaced-out, far-sighted dub techno/ambient fusion of "697", before brilliantly wrapping huggable, ultra-deep chords around a skittish techno beat on "463". They pay tribute to the glory years of Detroit techno on the all-action bustle of "548", while "653" sees them place bouncy, glassy-eyed riffs and Modem-style electronic sounds atop another retro-futurist techno groove. "414" is techno-funk after an extra-strong dose of shrooms and "410" is a superb ambient techno excursion.
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The Heat (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NS 004. Rel: 16 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Heat (Wille Dynamite editon) (7:00)
  2. El Prevost (remix) (6:51)
  3. Ben Sims (remix) (6:32)
  4. Peter Rocket (remix) (5:55)
Review: Detroit's music history is littered with artists who never got their due props, and Mike 'Agent X' Clark is certainly one of them. His back catalogue is mighty, packed full of gems and rarely aired. Fortunately No Speakers know what's what, and they've invited Clark to drop some serious Motor City firepower on us, leading in with the aptly named pimp-chat-laden slow burner "The Heat". After the stunning original, label boss El Prevost steps up with a crooked drum funk take on the track before Ben Sims slams down a formidable techno jacker of a remix. Peter Rocket completes the set with an acidic breaks version for the wig-out crew.
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Quito (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: C 010. Rel: 23 Mar 20
Techno
  1. Nicola Cruz - "Tu Recuerdo" (5:02)
  2. FE - "Tarde O Temprano" (4:55)
  3. Quixosis - "Vibras" (4:05)
  4. NTFL - "Vacio" (3:24)
Review: Calypso are back with another clutch of exciting mavericks orbiting the weirder end of the contemporary club spectrum. There are minimal wave influences to be tacitly detected on Nicola Cruz's "Tu Recuerdo" as well as kind of stripped back acid freakiness, while in FE's "Tarde O Temprano" there's even more gritty, industrial tinged bite in the billowing surges of machine rhythms. Quixosis takes some wonderfully lilting traditional percussion and gives it a freaky treatment which makes for the kind of slow jam Weatherall would have wielded with aplomb. NTFL finishes this ear-snagging compilation off with the plaintive, Dembow-tinted "Vacio".
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LONEWOLF 003 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LONEWOLF 003. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Aton (6:09)
  2. Innosense (5:01)
  3. Utility Shift (4:39)
  4. Cirrus Clouds (5:09)
Review: The EYA Records crew continues their trip into a new musical direction with the Lonewolf series, this time offering up a split 12" between two distinctive techno producers. Bladymore Galaxy, otherwise known as Riccardo Buccirossi, brings some effervescent synthscapes to bear on his side of the record. There's an old-skool sensibility to the production - all uptempo drums and layer upon layer of sparkling sci-fi melodics - but there's equally a welcome fresh energy and emotional honesty embedded in Buccirossi's style that makes it so joyous to listen to. Belgian producer Innershades brings a punchier style informed by electro and trance - the perfect sound to lose yourself to as the dry ice creeps around and the sun starts rising over the dancefloor.
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Explosions In Slow Motion (limited transparent yellow vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MD 272LP. Rel: 13 Feb 19
Techno
  1. Us Again In Amber (17:09)
  2. Ember 1 (2:14)
  3. Explosions In Slow Motion (16:40)
  4. Ember 2 (2:06)
  5. Disappearing In The Sun (16:22)
  6. Ember 3 (1:55)
  7. Enemies In Your Eyes (17:13)
  8. Ember 4 (1:56)
Review: Since debuting in 2007, Brock Van Wey has released more albums as bvdub than most artists manage in a lifetime but his latest work "Explosions in Slow Motion" is something to behold. Van Wey has rarely made anything quite as heart-achingly poignant, beautiful and sorrowful as this. Fom start to finish, it's a stunning piece of work. Built around electro-acoustic manipulations of layered neo-classical works, the album's eight tracks variously throb, hum, pulse and slowly unfurl, offering slowly-shifting movements that sit somewhere between the kind of claustrophobic ambient works delivered by dub techno producers, classical minimalism and stretched-out drone works. In a word: breathtaking.
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Ninja Tools Vol 4 (hand-stamped double 12")
Cat: LMBG 08. Rel: 12 Mar 20
Techno
  1. HDV - "DDD" (4:58)
  2. Manipulate - "Fractional" (6:18)
  3. Seqta - "B Boy Xtravaganza" (3:19)
  4. Chaou B - "The Train" (5:04)
  5. Robbenspierre - "Back To The Beat" (5:08)
  6. TC80 - "Megalopolis" (6:29)
  7. Mmmh - "Kalque" (6:16)
  8. Steve Marie - "NBT" (5:03)
  9. FRNK - "Rabbie Disease" (5:00)
  10. Bejenec - "My Leg Hurts" (4:08)
Review: The Lumbago family adds some fresh new members to the team with the latest in the Ninja Tools series. This beefy edition packs a punch across 10 new cuts from new faces TC80, Robbenspierre, Seqta, Steve Marie, FRNK and Chaou.b, while mainstays Manipulate (aka Welwert), Bejenec, HDV & Mmmh also contribute. As ever the sounds are future fusions of breaks, electro and techno with big basslines and plenty of alien imagery. Robbenspierre's "Back To The Beat" is a particular standout with its all consuming sub bass and bumping drums, and Steve Marie's "NBT" is a throwback jam that will get hands in the air.
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Cat: ELECTRIX 014. Rel: 10 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Concerning Irregular Figures (4:41)
  2. Exit Strategy (4:58)
  3. Glove Box (4:19)
  4. Glove Box (Assembler Code Rewind remix) (4:43)
Review: The 20th year of Billy Nasty's Electrix label kicks off in style with this essential slab of mutant electro from the mighty London Modular Alliance. There's a razor-sharp focus to the drums on "Concerning Irregular Figures", but it's offset by the warmth of bass synth to capture a mood somewhere between early Radioactive Man and Skanfrom. "Exit Strategy" takes things in a freakier direction with plenty of errant blips and squiggles from the group's vast array of gear. "Glove Box" has a darker tone that nods to vintage Dopplereffekt, which Assembler Code's "Rewind Remix" twist things up into a pacey workout that maintains the dread-filled atmosphere perfectly.
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Shelters (limited 140 gram blue vinyl 12")
Cat: URBLUE 003. Rel: 25 Nov 19
Electro
  1. KVFM (4:52)
  2. Free Play (5:05)
  3. Skins & Scales (4:49)
  4. Roundup (4:38)
  5. Retrotonic (6:35)
  6. Shelters (5:12)
Review: Fleck E.S.C has been doggedly flaunting his wares in the electronic underground for some time, with a mammoth back catalogue of robotic machine soul across low key digital labels as well as the likes of Electrix and Central Processing Unit. Now he glides over to Untitled Recs with some especially dynamic cuts that balance tricksy programming and the rudeness of electro funk with a more fluttering electronica sensibility that's heavy on emotion. Just check "Free Play" with its gorgeous interplay of varying synth tones locked into a melodious funk. There's a variety in grooves to be enjoyed here too, including the stepping stutter of "Skins & Scales" and the fractured patterns of the title track.
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Played by: Billy Nasty
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Nolove (12")
Cat: OTON 126. Rel: 17 Mar 20
Techno
  1. Nolove (4:06)
  2. Unseen (4:46)
  3. Polar (6:20)
  4. Eden (4:23)
Review: All hail the return of Etapp Kyle. For over 10 years this ever-intriguing producer has been orbiting the Ostgut Ton axis, from Ben Klock's label to Unterton and lastly Ostgut Ton itself back in 2017. After some time away, Kyle is back with a new EP that was wholly worth the wait. "Nolove" is a dreamy, fractured slice of techno abstraction with insanely detailed production chops, while "Unseen" opens things up with some more forthright drums that move like a more linear take on the Shackleton sound. "Polar" thrums and pulses with sound design as much as beats, but the icy atmospheric swirls are the star of the show. "Eden" strips things back with a beautiful, plaintive electronica finisher that keeps percussion to a minimum and focuses on gossamer synth lines to melt away to.
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