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Cat: EES 029. Rel: 04 Jun 18
Techno
  1. End Of Love (5:25)
  2. End Of Love (Roy Of The Ravers remix 1) (6:43)
  3. The Shazsquatch Goes Back Into The Woods (4:49)
  4. Faxes From The Future (6:48)
Review: It's been a hot minute since Timothy J. Fairplay slipped on his Junior Fairplay guise, but he's done just that for this bleep-tastic new 12" on (Emotional) Especial. "End Of Love" is unabashed in its embrace of early Yorkshire techno tones, making a fine job of resurrecting the bleep spectre and letting it shake up the dance once more. Roy Of The Ravers is a smart choice of remixer, and he brings an off-kilter acid rub to the table in his idiosyncratic, braindance-inflected style. The B-side is equal laden with purposefully dusty dance grooves transplanted from the late 80s / early 90s, with "Faxes From The Future" hitting a particularly sharp point in its lazy breakbeat roll and the clanging harmonies of the stabs.
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Climax EP (12")
Cat: 10PILLS 005. Rel: 13 Dec 16
Techno
  1. Track 1 (2:05)
  2. Track 2 (4:46)
  3. Track 3 (3:46)
  4. Track 4 (3:22)
  5. Track 5 (8:05)
  6. Track 6 (5:54)
Review: 10 PILLS MATE is on one hell of a roll in closing the year off; after Andrew Red Hand's absolute killers, here comes six more techno bruisers from newbie Faur. The young chap is in no mood to mess around, and it's clear that he means business given the raw jungle power of the opening "Track 1", and the jacking, tooled-up techno of "Track 2" and "Track 3", the latter of which slips steadily into a nightmarish wormhole of hypnotics and pure dread. "Track 4" is a loose, distorted arrangement while, on the flip, "Track 5" is totally dancefloor-bound with its stealthy techno slither, and "Track 6" ties this magnetic EP off with a rugged beat flex that reminds us of the golden days of the DJAX label. BAD-ASS.
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Played by: Ben Sims
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Simmering (12")
Cat: 2041 BLACK. Rel: 13 Jul 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Simmering (4:59)
  2. Private Life (3:31)
  3. Long Climb In The Sun (4:15)
Review: It would seem we're back on the Christmas card list... 2000 Black supergroup comprising the likes of Dego, Mensah and original Bugz members Lord and Tatham have been slowly ramping up their releases again and this year has seen their largest output yet. Following "Two Way Here One Way Go", "Simmering" proffers three more sublime and silky instrumentals from deeply decorated foursome. "Simmering" is a tight jazz funk jam with a sprung guitar groove spine and a blissful switch into soothing flutes midway, "Private Life" flips for a sunnyside digidub, all spacious and rippling with its breezy keys while "Climb The Sun" brings us back to the funk root note but with rising synth insistency that's bruk to the bone. Simmering now, boiling tomorrow...
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Meroe EP (7")
22a
Cat: 22A 016. Rel: 16 Aug 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Cerasee Doctor (3:05)
  2. Margoze (2:48)
  3. Goya (0:32)
  4. Meroe (3:40)
Review: Sample-loving downtempo fusionist Mo Kolours has yet to make a duff record, so hopes are naturally high for this dinked 7" single on 22a. Predictably, he's in fine form throughout, sauntering between seriously dubbed-out, tropical-tinged hip-hop beats (the ultra-baked heaviness of "Cerasee Doctor"), heavyweight Mauritian drum jams ("Margoze") and hard-to-define Indian Ocean funk (the fretless bass, weird noises and handclaps of quick-fix "Goya". He leaves the best till last, with the skewed hip-hop funk of "Menroe" - all wonky synth-bass, crunchy beats, sampled chants, tropical hand percussion and dubbed-out electronic stabs - hitting home hardest; he's still not made a bad record.
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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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47 014 (12")
Cat: 47 014. Rel: 05 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Revelation (4:45)
  2. Concussion (5:22)
  3. Locust (5:03)
  4. Gravity (3:59)
Review: William J.Youngman's Headless Horseman project has created a new and exciting techno sound that was only an offshoot of EBM and industrial in years past. Stepping out of his own imprint, the dark horseman lands on Tommy Four Seven's excellent 47 label, tearing through the speakers from the get-go thanks to the toxic sounds of "Revelation", and the even nastier sway of "Concussion". Metallic and hard-nosed in absolutely every way, "Locust" follows up on that with a menacing pounce of beats and cavernous bass, while "Gravity" breaks the techno groove for something much more in line with the likes of Powell's Diagonal output. Big boy sounds.
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Transit Valley (heavyweight vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: 50PURE 001. Rel: 23 May 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Transit Valley (8:26)
  2. Vantranq (4:40)
  3. Exit Lane (4:26)
  4. Exo-Transit (6:35)
Review: Joe Coghill presents his debut release on Transit Valley. A multi-disciplinary artist, musician and experimental publisher based in Edinburgh, he works in an improvised and often haphazard way. It incorporates disparate field recordings, modular synthesis and other sonic ambiences to create unpredictable and ephemeral multi-layer performances. Alongside this, he has been producing music recreationally in his various bedroom studios over the past 14 years. There are some intriguing perspectives on modern dance music here that Coghill provides his perspective on: from entrancing/slow-motion tribal techno workouts, textured and semi-abrasive ambient/noise and even a bit of lo-fi electro - such as on the EP's standout "Exit Lane".
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Cat: 1009. Rel: 19 Nov 13
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Big Strick - "Rain Dance"
  2. Generation Next - "And You Too"
  3. Generation Next - "Like Father, Like Son" (feat Big Strick)
Review: Like Father, Like Son sees Big Strick and his prodigious son Generation Next team up for a split 12" showcasing this pair of criminally underappreciated Detroit producers. "Rain Dance" sees the elder of the two deliver a deep techno journey filled with abstracted textures and organic chimes that sound, while the young Generation Next shows a remarkable maturity beyond his years on "And You Too", where sparse, subtle chords and the simplest of melodies drift by on a light rhythm. On "Like Father, Like Son" the two pair up for the most gently uplifting of deep piano jams. Just like pretty much everything on 7 Days Entertainment, this is some nigh on essential material.
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Ender (12")
Cat: 7DAYSGN 1003. Rel: 19 Aug 15
Deep House
  1. Ender (6:33)
  2. Dream States (5:09)
  3. Joni (5:06)
Review: Big Stick's 7 Days Entertainment delivers more of the same quality house music from the Motor City that it has fast become renowned for. The Strickmaster's latest release comes from none other than his own offspring, the supremely talented Generation Next, whose Ender 12" will definitely appeal to anyone that checked last year's Like Father, Like Son. Lead cut "Ender" is uplifting and soulful with its tough beat, mesmerising pianos and that bassline! "Dream States" is all dreamy keys and cowbells; what more you want? (its equally as funky!). Closing out proceeding is "Joni" taking things deeper but that 808 beat is absolutely tight!
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Remix EP (12")
Cat: 7K 004EP. Rel: 30 May 18
Deep House
  1. Remember (Gnork remix) (7:47)
  2. Cosmos (Lauren Ritter remix) (7:11)
Review: Last year K7's more experimental 7K offshoot released Hior Chronik's Out Of The Dust, an atmospheric album that joined the dots between ambient, drone and neo-classical. While great to listen to, there were few dancefloor moments - hence this remix 12". On side A Hungarian retro-futurist Gnork has his way with "Remember", wrapping Chronik's flotation tank chords, poignant strings and reverberating Clarinet lines around a bouncy rhythm track, rich sub-bass motifs and some particularly starry-eyed electronics. The results are spellbinding, sounding like a cross between 808 State's "Pacific" and Gnork's usually more robust fare. Lauren Ritter opts for a deeper take on "Cosmos", underpinning the inherent intergalactic vibes of Chronik's original elements with her own rolling deep house grooves.
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Cat: 8205 006. Rel: 06 Nov 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Dianetics (5:59)
  2. Take It Forward 95 (5:35)
  3. Now Massive (5:25)
  4. Jack's Back (4:39)
Review: Rewind to 1995: Mark Morris is neck deep in the dark stuff on labels such as Flex and Rinse Out before disappearing for 20 years. Now back and producing with his son, he's dug out four lost DATs from his first wave. All unreleased, covering every base and still sounding fully future proof; Slow and steady 160 jam "Dianetics" takes the lead with its deep poignant soul and lingering keys before "Take It Forward" hurls us deep into the jungle melee with steamroller breaks and trippy off beat layered percussion. Flip for the turbo editions as "Now Massive" kicks a white knuckled mule being chased by spirits while "Jack's Back" closes with a rampant breakcore finale. Spooky textures, horror movie vocals and beats that are so fast they have vapour trails. Dark by name.
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V Issues Vol 1 (transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: 89GHOST 001. Rel: 28 May 14
Deep House
  1. DJ Peech - "Visions"
  2. Jack Lagoon - "Lookin' At U"
  3. Lucky Lime - "Lucky Lime"
  4. Themis - "Crast"
Review: First volume of house tracks picked from the Velocet catalogue, Nail's previous label, which he ran very badly between 1995 and 1997. Most of the unsold, OG copies now lay in his ex-wife's cellar, covered in mushrooms.
300 on clear vinyl, no repress.
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In Unison (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: 89GHOST 007. Rel: 21 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. In Unison (6:33)
  2. What A Difference (5:24)
  3. Different Room (6:33)
  4. Eye 2 Eye (5:34)
Review: Going by many names but primarily known as Nail, Neil Tolliday has been on searing form since getting back into the deep house game after a much celebrated run of releases back in the 90s. His 89:Ghost label is providing much of the new wave of material, and on this particular 12" he revives his The NG9 Project alias after a single on Robsoul in 2013. There's an irresistible micro house shuffle embedded into these tracks, with Nail's deft melodic touch scattered across the top to make for another essential, workable collection of jams for a more discerning crowd.
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Burak (12")
Cat: AMEP 501. Rel: 26 Jul 14
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Burak
  2. Zagara
  3. Michael's Vision
  4. Burak (Jazz version)
Review: A brand new vinyl-only imprint from Italy... A MA invites one of their most respected countrymen and international music connoisseurs Gerardo Frisina for a quad of stunning compositions that all speak with a passionate Latin tongue. "Burak" looks east and west for inspiration... East for the percussive, string and chanting vocal ingredients, and west for the techno dynamic that builds and subverts with wild-eyed abandon. "Zagara" is an equally floor-fired affair complete with bossa attitude, lush vocal textures and an infectious rhythmic insistency. The jazz-tickled "Michael's Vision", meanwhile, struts with a strange syncopated swing that neatly fits the frenetic sax noodles and "Take Five" style piano refrain. Finally we hit a jazz version of "Burak" where the techno dynamic is softened by sax and soothing Rhodes, but the beat insistency is still loud and clear.
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Shudder (12")
Cat: ACJ 95. Rel: 21 Mar 17
Techno
  1. Shudder (4:08)
  2. Grasp (5:25)
  3. M1 (4:44)
  4. Kyrian (5:32)
Review: Fresh from his exploits with King Kashmere, beat alchemist Bambooman crashes the party at Accidental with four more singular experiments; "Shudder" rolls on a stuttering break that's paced in such a way it's as much UKG as it is techno. Both "Grasp" and "M1" show off more of a house side to B's spectrum as the former insists with an almost Detroitian charm while "M1" scrapes strange strings to create unique texture. Finally "Kyrian" takes us on a futurist twist on broken beat with spacious kicks and a warm, fat analogue synth. Some say shudder, we say goosebumps...
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Played by: Leri Ahel, Dave Aju
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Cat: ACIDO 019. Rel: 02 Dec 14
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Paradise Island
  2. I Travel The World
Review: The latest Acido release sees the full debut of Karl Lukas Pettersson, aka Gothenburg's premier electro exponent Lukas Karl Pettersson who previously featured on Dynamo Dreesen's label back in 2007 under his familiar Luke Eargoggle alias. As Karl Lukas Pettersson, the Swede is evidently looking to explore a sound less trodden with both "Paradise Island" and "Travel The World" crafty concoctions formed from various elements of primitive wave and Das Ding style electro that sound convincingly like they were exhumed from DAT tapes in the late '80s. If you are a fan of Acido, you'll no doubt be used to such stylistic deviations from the label, but Dark Entries and Minimal Wave fans should also check these cuts!
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Tchero Adari Negn (limited 7")
Cat: AFRO 45 004. Rel: 31 Jul 15
International
  1. Alemayehu Eshete - "Tchero Adari Negn" (4:27)
  2. Mahmoud Ahmed - "Bemin Sebeb Litlash" (4:26)
Review: The UK's Mr Bongo has been reissuing old music and putting out new tunes since the late 1980's, and the label is still going strong in 2015. This latest 7" features two of Ethiopia's greatest musicians, Alemayehu Eshete and Mahmoud Ahmed, in a head to head, split EP. On the A-side, Mr Bongo has resurfaced Eshete's "Tchero Adari Negn", a supremely funky piece with the man's own voice gliding effortlessly over hard drums and fuzy guitar riffs; "Bemim Sebeb Litlash" goes deeper and more psychedelic on the flip, and Ahmed's voice is a pleasure as always. Check their other material on Mississippi for a broader introspective.
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Telantena Zare (limited 7")
Cat: AFRO 45010. Rel: 18 Jan 16
International
  1. Alemayehu Eshete - "Telantena Zare" (3:46)
  2. Girma Beyene - "Ene Negn Bay Manesh" (4:03)
Review: vKeen Africa 45 followers should recognise Eshete's name as he's appeared on the series before. Mr Bongo call him the Ethiopian James Brown and the Abyssinian Elvis... And they're not far off. This 74 rarity shows him crooning and crying at full pelt over a solid funk groove that's powered by piano and guitar. Flip for an equally rare vocal track from fellow Ethiopian Girma. Recorded in 69, full focus is squared on the lavish organ leads while the horns provide a soft but sturdy backdrop.
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Tessassategn Eko (limited 7")
Cat: AFR 45016. Rel: 14 Jun 16
International
  1. Bahta Gebre Hiwot - "Tessassategn Eko" (4:04)
  2. Alemayehu Eshete - "Ayalqem Tedqem" (3:22)
Review: Afro 45's / Mr Bongo show no signs of stopping their tireless run of form and, 7" after 7", they just keep on producing the goods. There's yet more '70s goodness with this new little scorcher: the A-side is 1973's "Tessassategn Eko" by Bahta Gebre Hiwot, a pensive Ethiopian pop hit for all sorts of music fans to enjoy, but "Ayalqem Tedqem" by Alemayehu Eshete on the B-side is where it's at... just listen to that bass and you'll instantly recognize this wonderful little cover.
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Cat: AFR 45013. Rel: 18 Mar 16
International
  1. Mulatu Astatke - "Assiyo Bellema" (feat Frank Holder & Niaaza Alsherif) (2:53)
  2. Teshome Meteku - "Hasabe" (3:55)
Review: Another weighty slab of Ethiopian music history from Mr Bongo... First up is the hugely influential fusionist Mulatu Astatke with the Latin-meets-Afro jam "Assiyo Bellema". Loaded with frenetic guitars and mesmerising drum work from Frank Holder, this was actually recorded during Mulatu's time in London. Flip for an equally influential force in Ethiopian music: Soul Ekos Band affiliate Teshome Meteku with a more traditional local sound, Teshome's yearning insistent vocals wrap around the horns and tight drums like fog around a mountain. Captivating.
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Cat: MRB 7131. Rel: 24 Nov 16
International
  1. Because Of Money (5:54)
  2. Obi Ye Saa Wui (4:21)
Review: The 3rd Generation Band hail from Ghana, recording only six tracks in their time together, all for the Essiebons label and now Mr Bongo reissue these two super rare tracks. The life affirming Afro Rhythm & Blues of "Because Of Money" was also featured on Soundway's Ghana Soundz compilation previously. It was compiled by Andrew Edwards. The band was formed in the late 70's by leader Rockson, a soldier at the time. The original record is extremely rare and this reissue is a replica 7", including the original picture paper sleeve that was carefully restored by Andrew Edwards. B side track "Obi Ye Saa Wui" is African style soul-funk, very influenced by James Brown.
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Cat: AR 106VL. Rel: 14 Sep 17
International
  1. Balantinje (3:40)
  2. Balantinje (Mankoora remix) (3:46)
Review: Colonel Faat aka Rocky Dawuni is one of Ghana's few reggae artists to have made a name for themselves since the 90s. He is particularly hard to come by these days, but Austria's Agogo imprint clearly know how to get their links form around the globe, and this new tune is a peaceful ballad for purely positive vibes. "Balantije" is one of those tunes you can slap on in just about any scenario, spreading love and good will wherever and whenever, guided by a subtle ska off-beat; Mankoora's remix takes it to more danceable territories, adding in a layer of percussion and just the right amount of funk. Yes.
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Cat: AR 108VL. Rel: 12 Oct 17
Soul
  1. I Got Hope (4:15)
  2. Cold Cold People (3:48)
Review: German bandleader Lutz Krajenski has enjoyed a long and successful working relationship with Agogo. The Austrian label has previously released countless singles and albums from his Hidden Jazz Quartett [sic] combo and here allows him a chance to go solo on a fine 7" single. Taken from an album of Agogo catalogue covers due to see the light of day in early 2018, A-side "I Got Hope" (originally recorded by the Hi-Fly Orchestra) is a sumptuous, slow-burning jazz ballad featuring superb vocals from Alana Alexander. She reprises her role on the flipside, where Krajenski and his collected musicians lay down a killer, Clavinet-heavy version of Timmy Thomas classic "Cold, Cold People".
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Cat: ALBION 006. Rel: 13 Feb 19
Deep Dubstep
  1. Focus Inwards (4:40)
  2. Focus Inwards (TMSV remix) (5:10)
  3. Smashed Up (3:15)
  4. The Essence (3:48)
Review: Reso returns to his 140 roots with this obscene four track stack of uncut sludgy gully on Albion. Three originals, one killer remix, it all kicks off with the treacle-like dollops of bass on "Focus Inwards" before we slide woozily into the thick prang soup of "Smashed Up" and get fast tracked to Hades HQ on an industrial lift called "The Essence". Throw in a divine rolling refix from TMSV and you've got one of Albion's strongest plates right here (and considering the earthquakes levels of Taiko's release last year, that's saying something!) Time for some deep focus.
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DNA (10")
Cat: ACLA 10X10X0. Rel: 27 Jul 11
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Shafi - "DNA" (Splice mix)
  2. Om Mas - "The Girls A Player"
  3. Om Mas - "The Girls A Player" (instrumental)
  4. Om Mas - "The Girls A Player" (acappella)
Played by: Ka§par
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Cat: AMT 003. Rel: 07 Sep 17
Deep House
  1. Night Flight (8:34)
  2. Deep Think Straight Talk (6:51)
  3. OOT Jam (6:28)
  4. Medium Is The Message (5:41)
Review: Arthur Miles from Adelaide in Australia is next up on Seb Wildblood's new imprint named All My Thoughts. After a couple of releases for homeboys Untzz Twelve Inch, these four cuts of deep electronica are awesome. You would be forgiven for thinking that the title track is an ambient journey: it's just a long intro that you'd wish went for longer (it's so sublime) but then that deep boogie vibe comes creeping in with some serious cowbell action, '80's synth presets and glimmering arpeggios: it's all quite wonderful in all its neon lit glory. On the flip though, it's certainly all about the ambient house epic "O.O.T. Jam" featuring some celestial pads over its fiercely restrained breakbeat action: prepare to delve deep into the esoteric here!
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I'm Strong (12")
Cat: ML 2348. Rel: 10 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. I'm Strong (House mix) (6:10)
  2. I'm Strong (acappella) (2:35)
  3. I'm Strong (instrumental) (5:21)
  4. I'm Strong (bonus beats) (1:59)
Review: First released during the Chicago house boom of 1987, "I'm Strong" remains one of the greatest Fingers Inc collaborations between Larry Heard and Robert Owens. This reissue on Heard's own Alleviated imprint draws together the two most essential versions of the track. On the A-side, you'll find Heard's instrumental version - an intoxicating blend of layered, delay-laden drum machine percussion, looped organ stabs and alien electronics. Owens comes to the fore on the flipside House Remix, laying down one of his most iconic vocal performances - a mixture of soulful singing and atmospheric speech - over one of Heard's most distinctive productions.
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Cat: AGS 7008. Rel: 10 Apr 18
Funk
  1. Let Me Say Dis About Dat (3:29)
  2. No Beginning, No End (3:49)
Review: A self-titled opus, the OG presses of Aura's one and only album have been known to fetch over L100 while the 2016 Aloha Got Soul reissue was supported across the board from Theo Parrish to Giles Peterson. Here are two of the most delectable highlights in bright white 45" form; "Let Me Say Dis About Dat" is all about the crunchy riffs and rock funk fusion while "No Beginning, No End" is a thrilling disco funk cut that has aged to perfection. Limited and likely to fly.
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Mazatec EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AOP 004. Rel: 12 Nov 18
Techno
  1. BPMF - "Liza On Clouds" (6:20)
  2. Invisble Menders - "Three On Three" (9:10)
  3. Memphis - "Altered States" (7:03)
  4. Miro SundayMusiq - "From Behind The Corner" (8:39)
Review: Following an excellent EP from Memphis, Animals On Psychedelics returns with more weird and wonderful party fare from the outer reaches. This time it's a various artists release that brings together all the producers involved in the label so far, while also introducing BPMF to the fold with the woozy, rubbery synth shapes of "Liza On Clouds." Jane Fitz and Dom Ahtuam's Invisible Menders project presents the rolling, psyched out melodics of "Three On Three," while Memphis pushes further into experimental territory with the wonderfully fractured "Altered States." That leaves it to Miro SundayMusiq to complete the EP with the wave-meets-Italo tones of "From Behind The Corner," a perfectly noirish flourish to finish a sterling record.
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Cat: ANJCD 064. Rel: 21 Aug 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Tidal Wave (feat Alison May)
  2. Love You More (feat Ane Brun)
  3. Open End Resource (feat Alison May)
  4. Hold On To You (feat Ane Brun)
  5. In My Last Life (feat Alison May)
  6. Immortal Lover (feat Alison May)
  7. Your Eyes (feat Ane Brun)
  8. End Of All Things (feat Alison May)
Review: Five years have passed since Andrew Bayer made a big impression with his silky second album, "If I Were You, I'd Never Leave". While informed by his progressive house and Washington D.C techno roots, it was a largely downtempo and laidback affair that suited sofa-bound listening sessions more than sweaty club sets. This belated follow-up takes a similarly head-in-the-clouds approach, serving up a sensual selection of sweet songs that variously touch on Balearic two-step (the glistening "Open End Resource"), post-dubstep pop ("Hold On To You", the deliciously bass-heavy "Immortal Lover"), sweeping, hands-aloft trip-hop anthems ("Love You More") and melodius, radio-friendly dancefloor workouts ("Your Eyes", "End Of All Things").
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Cat: 0006 AD. Rel: 15 Aug 17
Techno
  1. Shut The Lites Off (7:50)
  2. The Funk (4:39)
  3. The Haunting (4:30)
Review: Reissue anthem alert!! Another Day drop DJ Bone's early material from Metroplex back onto vinyl with this tasty reincarnation of the 1999 juggernaut. When this badboy first came out, no one was doing percussion the same way as Bone, with tunes like "Shut The Lites Off" capable of destroying any dance floor with its sublime balance of harmonies and hard beats. "The Funk" offered new and curious shades of electro madness to the scene - a cocktail which still sounds fresh now - and "The Haunting" smashes out the funky techno for warehouse use.
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Cat: APT 05. Rel: 04 Nov 13
Techno
  1. Phantom Planet Outlaws - "HTG"
  2. TR One - "Viceroy 9C"
  3. TR One - "Huguenot Burial Ground 1733"
  4. Phantom Planet Outlaws - "Green Light"
Review: Despite having a name suspiciously close to the US alt rock band responsible for the theme song for The O.C., Phantom Planet Outlaws are in fact purveyors of particularly fine acid techno, and on this spilt EP for Ireland's Apartment label, they find themselves going up against the equally driving TR One. Phantom Planet Outlaws' "HTG" pairs symphonic Detroit-inspired pads with a turbulent acid bassline reminiscent of the classic '90s acid house heyday, while the prickly textures of "Green Light" sound like a slippery Berghain take on acid techno. TR One give as good as they get with "Viceroy 9c", which channels early Metroplex material with its sci-fi backdrop and stomping bleep arrangement, while "Huguenot Burial Ground 1733" is as foreboding as its name suggests, cloaking its distant percussion and subtle bassline under a cloud of spectral fog.
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Cat: APRON 40. Rel: 24 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Aevea Forest (2:57)
  2. Ember (5:13)
  3. Entity (3:43)
  4. Her Theme (1:36)
  5. Purity (5:17)
  6. The Pneuma (4:47)
Review: FunkinEven's Apron label rarely, if ever, puts a foot wrong, whether putting out ragged techno, raw hip hop or whatever in between. It is Molinaro who steps up now after first landing on the label back in December 2017. The NTS host has long been a firm part of the London underground and has a lo-fi, frazzled sound that blurs the lines between a number of different genres. Here he offers spaced out and grizzled drum tracks, unsettling machine-made ambience and rough and ready beatdown that Theo Parrish would admire. It's been a long wait since his last release, but this EP was well worth it.
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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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Cat: ARKTAPES 002. Rel: 21 May 18
Deep House
  1. Track 1 (8:31)
  2. Track 2 (9:44)
  3. Track 3 (9:46)
  4. Track 4 (6:15)
Review: Two and a half years after the first mysterious Arktapes earth landing comes another from the unknown. Once again fully anonymous. Once again no title tracks included. Once again denting the techno landscape with its mischievous, hissing, jittering off-beat dubby playfulness. A total trip from the opening dubby ripples and funky Detroitian hi-hat twists of "Track 1" to the final shimmering echoes of the beatless wonder that is "Track 4".
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Played by: Owen Jay
 in stock $7.64
Cat: ARMA 08. Rel: 17 Apr 14
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Pet=Master (Barcajackmix)
  2. 35 (feat Tettero)
  3. Feline X
Review: The good doctor San Proper adds Russia to his ever prospering discography, providing the Moscow label Arma Records with its eighth release in the shape of the Pet Master EP. If you are familiar with the Dutch producer's work, you'll know what to expect on the three tracks here with San Proper coming across like a randy Villalobos at times. The Barca Jack Mix of "Pet Master" is taut and groovy, with drums that smack your senses underpinned by heavy sub bass crunches, whilst the Tettero collaboration "35" is spacious house music that has that trademark San Proper fonk. There's hints of classic electroclash in final cut "Feline X" thanks largely to the killer punk funk bassline that's wedged deep into the channels.
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Detroit Red EP (1-sided 12")
Cat: ARTLESS 2202. Rel: 20 Dec 07
Techno
  1. Beyond The Means
  2. Exhibition
Review: This time the Mojuba sublabel brings us the second part of the 'Detroit' series by the label owner Don Williams himself. This one-sided
record features two fine examples of music inspired by the city of D. The first one is a pumping, peak-time cut to hit the dancefloors with
and might become an essential tool for the ambitious DJ. The second track convinces in its very own character, providing a feeling that
many will recognize from the early years of techno, when this music was connected to the listener in a more deep and emotional way.
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Played by: P. Hood
 in stock $8.17
Cat: ARTLESS 2199. Rel: 14 Mar 07
Techno
  1. Untitled
  2. Falling Leaves
Review: Artless Records serves us a brilliant two tracker from this up and coming producer, Marko Furstenberg. Mr Furstenberg shows us with this track his massive Berlin/chain reaction influence. Dubby, deep chording at its best!
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Played by: Jay Hill
 in stock $8.17
Cat: ASQ 002. Rel: 05 Dec 18
Deep House
  1. Hard Skippin' (Cream mix) (5:28)
  2. Never Alone (7:19)
  3. Hot Hot (5:47)
  4. NRG Mix (7:55)
Review: Jimmy Asquith of Lobster Theremin fame presents a second round of lean and mean DJ tools for those who want a bit of personality rubbed into their rhythm tracks. "Hard Skippin (Cream Mix)" is exactly what the title suggests, pivoting around a dutsty, swinging house beat that would sound right at home on Jus' Trax. "Never Alone" is more straight and stripped, while "Hot Hot" gets into a twitchy NYC groove. "NRG Mix" flips the script entirely with a snappy grime beat that should pepper all kinds of sets with interesting percussive accents when required. Classy beat tracks with a vintage finish to suit all manner of party persuasions.
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Cat: AS 12. Rel: 23 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Crank Notion (9:57)
  2. Neat Buzzl (7:50)
Review: Something Records boss, elusive production room deviant, raw house outsider, and Perlon regular, STL, rises back up from the shadows and drops a new EP for Portugal's low-key Assemble Music. As per usual, he's cool, he's tight with his beats, and he means business; "Crank Notion" itself is a bubbly, playful house number complete with the man's signature percussive twist and deranged pseudo bells - all in all, an effective DJ tool with an edge. Over on the flip, "Neat Buzzl" gets all the love from us; a woozy, dark and cavernous techno bomb with a slow pace and a mean lean. It's exactly the sort of gear we want to be pulled out at 4am. Choice cuts, as always.
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Cat: AE 001. Rel: 03 Nov 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Disco Machine
  2. Sound Of The Jungle
  3. Cosmic Sands
Review: As proprietor of the Cabana Disco label and American Athlete blog, Pat Les Tache aka TJ Gorton has impressed all with an encyclopaedic knowledge of disco and afro funk. Gorton founded the Athlete Edits imprint to accommodate the rare heat in his impressive record collection that doesn't fit the Cabana ethos. The inaugural release promises much with the A Side dedicated to the bumping disco burn of Black Jack's "Disco Machine". On the flip Gorton takes us on a tropical disco ride with a superlative refix of Konga's "Jungle" which features plenty of rolling bongo edits. The best is perhaps saved till last with a retweak of Ashra's "Bamboo Sands", which focuses on the dad rock guitar and adds some real depth to the bass with suitably cosmic results!
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Cat: ARC 113V. Rel: 01 May 18
Deep House
  1. Tech This Out (part 1) (7:38)
  2. Tech This Out (part 1 - Atjazz remix) (8:56)
  3. Tech This Out (part 1 - Yoruba Soul mix) (10:38)
Review: Back to 2006: Chris Clayton's mid-noughties lesson in deep house class still hits home with precision. Subtle, jazzy but heavy and insistent, it now comes complete with fresh updates from Atjazz and Yoruba Soul. The former adds more atmospheric layers and percussion that compounds the sense of hypnosis while the latter takes us right back to the NYC 1990 with a lavish 10+ min, subtly dubbed excursion. Tech no imitations.
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Cat: 019029 5614775. Rel: 25 Jan 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Toast To Our Differences (feat Shungudzo, Protoje & Hak Baker)
  2. Let Me Live (with Major Lazer - feat Anne-Marie & Mr Eazi)
  3. Dark Clouds (feat Jess Glynne & Chronixx)
  4. Walk Alone (feat Tom Walker)
  5. Thula Ungakhlai (feat Ladysmith Black Mambazo)
  6. These Days (feat Jess Glynne, Macklemore & Dan Caplen)
  7. Sun Comes Up (feat James Arthur)
  8. 1 By 1 (feat RAYE & Maleek Berry)
  9. Last Time (feat Raphaella)
  10. No Pain (feat Maverick Sabre, Kojey Radical & Kabaka Pyramid)
  11. Scared Of Love (feat Ray Blk & Stefflon Don)
  12. Summer Love (with Rita Ora)
  13. They Don't Care About Us (feat Maverick Sabre & YEBBA)
  14. Do You Remember (feat Kevin Garrett)
  15. Leave It For Tomorrow (feat Elli Ingram)
  16. Adrenaline (feat OLIVIA)
Review: Rudimental's third full-length, "Toast To Our Differences", was originally slated for release back in September, but ended up being delayed. So was it worth the wait? It's certainly a colourful, vibrant and expansive affair, with the quartet drawing on a far wider palette of influences than were evident on their previous albums. Check, for example, the title track's glistening, South African style tropical pop, the piano-powered cheeriness of "These Days", the soaring power pop of previous single "Sun Comes Up" and the auto-tune heavy EDM-house stomp of "Scared of Love". Given their superstar status, it's unsurprising to see an impressive cast list of guests and collaborators - Major Lazer, Rita Ora and Ladysmith Black Mambazo included - while this "Deluxe Edition" includes a trio of extra tracks.
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Cat: AUBE 003. Rel: 10 Jan 08
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Dachluke
  2. Smoke & Mirrors (feat Marc Almond)
  3. Winter Of Ice
Review: Starcluster featuring Marc Almond with a 2007 version of high energy synth disco. 'Dachlucke' is a killer track
with a powerful drive and classic synths reminiscent of Jean Michel Jarre. On the flip is the lead neo-disco track
'Smoke And Mirrors' with vocals from Marc Almond, a great piece that will inspire dancefloor wildness, and could
well be headed for a pop chart near you soon. Bonus track 'Winter On Ice' is another sweet serving of pop synth
club music. And all delivered in a nicely art-worked Aube sleeve by the hot Berlin artist Marc Brandenburg.
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Played by: Hyboid
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Cat: AUS 137. Rel: 30 Jan 19
Electro
  1. Metamorphosis (5:27)
  2. Mind Powder (5:10)
  3. Blue Invasion (5:45)
  4. Helix (5:14)
Review: Amsterdam based Tom Ruijg has been producing since 2010 but has really come into his own under the alias Tracey. He serves up some seriously emotive and reflective modern electro for Aus Music on the Metamorphosis EP, which follows up some great releases of late for locals Tom Trago's Voyage Direct and on Midland's Intergraded label. From the sublime and hypnotic title track, to the moody sci-fi bounce of "Blue Invasion" and the old school analogue soul of "Helix" reminiscent of Detroit legends like Dopplereffekt or Drexciya - Ruijg proves his uncanny ability to summon those ghosts in the machine on this impressive release.
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Cat: AUS 124. Rel: 14 Mar 18
Deep House
  1. Komon & Will Saul - "Positive" (5:28)
  2. Gerd - "Echoes" (6:14)
  3. Juxta Position - "Glider" (6:17)
  4. Primitive Trust - "Little Love" (Floorplan Stripped mix) (7:12)
Review: Inside Out is a brand new series from Aus Music label head Will Saul. It invites DJs and producers to blur the boundaries between traditional artist albums and mix compilations. The concept encourages them to showcase their own music, or the music of those in their own individual circles. Depending on who is curating, it will take different forms. The idea stems from Saul's own approach in the club, which often finds him seeking out brand new and unheard music to play for the first time. There's a strong Detroit techno aesthetic throughout his inaugural release for the series: from the emotive hi-tech soul of his own collaboration with Komon entitled "Positive", Amsterdam legend Gerd had no problem channeling similarly timeless retro vibes either, as heard on the funky techno-soul of "Echoes". They save the best for last on the flip, with the legendary Floorplan's riveting rendition of Primitive Trust's "Little Love" - perfect to get that 3AM style strobe-lit tunnel vision in effect.
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Played by: Vincent Inc
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Cat: AUS 103. Rel: 31 Aug 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Heaven & Earth (part I) (6:21)
  2. Heaven & Earth (part II) (9:58)
Review: As the recent label compilation proved, Will Saul's Aus Music are dealing in strictly heavy hitters these days and they don't come much bigger than Paul Woolford do they? Heaven & Earth looks to be Woolford's latest concept-laden 12", arriving a few months after the Spesh Request man laid down the Mother & Child single for Hotflush. Split into two parts, "Heaven & Earth" finds Woolford channelling a rich brand of tech-laden house music and one that is adorned with swooping orchestral flourishes amidst the thick swathes of bass. The more pared-back part II just nudges it for us.
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Law Of The Trapezoid (gold marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: AUX 012. Rel: 09 Feb 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Atonement (7:03)
  2. Summoned (5:57)
  3. Vertex (7:10)
  4. Clairvoyance (6:05)
Review: KDC digs deep into the satanic study of angles and ratios with his latest Auxiliary exploration. "Atonement" is an industrial strength snowplough cutting through mountains of ice with a high end riff that buzzes over the hammering, bucking drums while "Summoned" takes what could conventionally be a Funk D'Void-style house groove before turning it inside out with a low end drone that grows incessantly, washing out the original groove. "Vertex" plays the role of conjurer with its pertinent hi-hat shaking and scuffing over a deep sea bass/kick arrangement while "Clairvoyance" updates some of the ideas of acid techno but within a drum & bass framework. Genuinely unique.
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Played by: ASC
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Cat: VISTA 008CD. Rel: 08 Feb 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Serriform
  2. Color In The Six
  3. Lidless Path
  4. Iris
  5. Trumbull
  6. Light By A Thread
  7. Soft Logic
  8. Bright Lands Rising
  9. Memory Resonance
Review: Transatlantic twosome Billow Observatory (AKA Detroit-based Jason Kolb and Copenhagen resident Jonas Munk) tend to take their time over albums, but more often than not the results are worth the wait. "III: Chroma/Contour" definitely fits into this category. The result of two years of work, it bristles with effervescent soundscapes, delay-laden instrumentation, shape-shifting aural textures and gently unfurling compositions. Their particular brand of luxurious ambient music makes great use of Jonny Nash style glistening guitar sounds, the fluid chord progressions of Gigi Masin, the emotion-rich movements of Brian Eno collaborator Mark Shreeve and the synthesizer-fired dreaminess of 1980s new age composers. It's a stylistic blend that not only guarantees great results, but also some of the most beguiling and becalmed ambient music you'll hear all year.
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Cat: BRSS 073. Rel: 20 Dec 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Back To The Headz (Pt 1) (5:13)
  2. Back To The Headz (Pt 2) (5:30)
Review: Part of a series of releases on the legendary Basement, Shadow Cartel pay homage with a two part suite dedicated to the Blue Note school. Steppy, stark, spacious and icy, all attention is on the sub, moody atmosphere and minimal rhythmic elements working together. Pay attention: part two is where the drums perform magic tricks before your very ears.
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