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Land Of Oz (hand-stamped transparent yellow vinyl 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: SUBWAX EXCYELLOW. Rel: 24 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Derek Carr - "Land Of Oz" (7:20)
  2. Spin Fidelity - "Orion" (5:51)
Review: 2 veterans of UK techno are present on the latest outing on Barcelona imprint Subwax's sub label Subwax Excursions. It's all about the journey within electronic music on this offering with no fixed genre or style. On the A side we have Westmeath's finest stalwart Derek Carr who presents his idiosyncratic style of high fidelity techno soul on the funky "Land Of Oz". On the flip, Cheshire's Antonio Velazquez aka Spin Fidelity provides a good dose of Motor City influenced electro-funk on the futuristic vibe of "Orion". Hand stamped transparent yellow vinyl 12", limited to 200 copies.
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ENDZ 034 (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 034. Rel: 25 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Fierce (7:37)
  2. Mere Mortals (7:17)
  3. Essence (7:11)
  4. Leaving Home (7:36)
Review: Following releases by Cuartero, Christian Burkhardt and label chief East End Dubs, it's over to Berlin's favourite son and head of Unison Wax: Diego Krause. As you'd expect, "ENDZ 034" features some surefire main room tackle that rolls tough: from the lean boompty funk of "Fierce", the moody afterhours tech house of "Mere Mortals" - the latter similar to his recent release on Mulen Records to the tripped-out vibes on the utterly hypnotizing "Essence" and the ethereal, sunny afternoon bliss of "Leaving Home" which hammers home the message in a Sunday-at-Club Der Visionaere fashion.
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Cat: ADID 055. Rel: 26 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Vacation To Life (9:42)
  2. Light Eyes (8:06)
  3. Cedar (8:45)
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Cat: HOTC 149. Rel: 24 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Fairytale Frequency (6:57)
  2. Sundancing (5:33)
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Receptive (hand-numbered purple vinyl 12" in spray-painted sleeve limited to 200 copies (comes in different coloured sleeve, we cannot guarantee which one you will receive))
Cat: KIMOCHI 40. Rel: 23 Mar 20
Techno
  1. Dare To Be Different (Natan H Graveyard Shift rework) (6:18)
  2. The Face Yours Reminds Me Of (Leif Rearview Mirror dub) (6:18)
  3. Effortlessness (Benjamin Brunn Gold Plated Diamonds version) (5:19)
  4. Effortlessness (Benjamin Brunn Chrome Plated Diamonds version) (7:55)
Review: Since it was Area that started the Kimochi Sound revolution just under a decade ago, it seems fitting that the publicity-shy artist has delivered the label's first release of a new decade. There are no new Area tracks here though, but rather a quartet of fresh reworks of classic cuts. Natan H kicks off proceedings with a deep, hypnotic, trippy and undeniably wonky revision of "Dare To Be Different", before Leif weighs in with a deliciously melodious, soft-focus revision of picturesque track "The Face Yours Reminds Me Of". Benjamin Brunn takes over on Side B and delivers two contrasting versions on "Effortlessness": the deep, wayward electro-meets-dub house drowsiness of the "Gold Plated Diamonds" mix and the heady ambient techno brilliance of the "Chrome Plated Diamonds" mix.
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LV 1X (12")
Cat: LV 1X. Rel: 24 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Harry Wills - "Sloshed" (7:56)
  2. Tim Schlockermann - "Locked" (6:47)
  3. Mbius - "Helge Nuch" (6:42)
Review: Sevensol, Map.ache and Bender's new Leipzig-based venture Long Vehicle presents its inaugural release here entitled "LV 1X". Featured are Harry Wills (Osman/Entity London) who serves up some groovy analogue minimal funk on his contribution "Sloshed", while A2 comes from local up and comer Tim Schlockermann (aka U.S. Coin Map) who gives us the utterly infectious "Locked" which you won't be able to get out of your head. On the flip, Mbius of Ethernal fame serves up more of his distinct blend of mesmerising deep house on standout track "Helge Nuch". Good first impressions of the label - tip!
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Subee #2 (12")
Cat: SBEE 002. Rel: 13 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. B0n - "Bitch Face" (6:39)
  2. B0n - "What's That" (5:00)
  3. T3x3 - "Mother Fucking Shit" (5:27)
  4. T3x3 - "Baganoush" (5:23)
Review: Six months ago Laidlaw and Jamie Mannion launched a new offshoot of their beloved Beeyou imprint, Subee. The sub-label's second release showcases cuts from not one by two little-known producers. B0n is at the controls on side A, first delivering the colourful, bassline-driven house bounce of "Bitch Face", before reaching for the squelchy electronics, ear-catching synths and booming sub-bass on "What's That". Over on side B T3x3 delivers two funky fusions of UK garage, tech-house and deep house. "Mother F*cking Sh*t" sees the producer pepper a snappy two-step beat with deep analogue bass, dubbed out tech-house riffs and quirky electronics, while "Baganoush" sounds like an unlikely collaboration between Chez Damier, MJ Cole and Sheffield swingers Swag (look 'em up, kids).
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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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Deter (hand-stamped 1-sided 12")
Cat: DIGWAH 05. Rel: 18 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Deter (6:23)
Review: Attention all DJs seeking that crowd-rocking curveball to get the people freaking out. This cheeky one-sided 12" from Digwah is guaranteed to fly out thanks to its canny sampling of Destiny's Child's "Jumpin' Jumpin'". These iconic hooks are strapped to a rolling minimal tech groove with pattering machine drum beats and a mean bass synth that gets right under your skin. Fun on top, serious underneath, this is one of those unmissable club 12"s that will always do the damage when you want to liven up the party.
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The Bumble EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BEEY 004. Rel: 24 Feb 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Julian Anthony - "Raspberry Flurry" (6:27)
  2. Rossi - "Yen" (7:21)
  3. Azire - "Dats Rill" (7:22)
  4. Xhz - "Some Soul" (8:14)
Review: The fourth release on BEEYOU comes from another stellar cast of emergent talents and underground operators, leading in with Julian Anthony and the garage-tinted tech house tough nut, "Raspberry Flurry". Rossi is up next with the cheeky, bouncy-as-hell "Yen" (watch out for that bassline), which sets us up nicely for the smooth strains being unfurled by Azire on the B-side. "Dats Rill" is soaked in mellow chords, but there's still plenty of slap in the drum section to keep the groove rolling. Xhz maintains the melodious vibe with the choice key chops of "Some Soul", with plenty of micro-sounds zipping around the production to keep things sprightly and playful too.
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Cat: DCH 002. Rel: 06 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Traffic Jam (7:31)
  2. Bus Stop (7:06)
Review: Matthew "Bushwacka!" B may not be as high profile a producer as he once was, but it's worth remembering that he was once one of the leading lights of both the early UK tech-house movement and the recently revived breakbeat house sound. The two tracks featured here touch on both styles in a roundabout way, and were first released way back in 1997. "Traffic Jam" is an insatiable, funk-fuelled peak-time workout that sees the London scene mainstay pepper a vintage, electro-influenced breakbeat house groove with UK garage style bass, fizzing scratch sounds, warm deep house chords and selected vocal samples. "Bus Stop" meanwhile is jaunty and melodious, with chiming, ear-pleasing riffs riding crunchy house drums and the kind of booming bassline that was all the rage in London at the time of recording.
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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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Bare Essentials EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DMT 09. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Rock It (4:49)
  2. Lock N' Load (4:57)
  3. Cut I (5:42)
  4. Cut II (5:09)
  5. Cut III (5:20)
Review: The grooves are heavy and dubby but still resolutely house-oriented as William Caycedo steps up to Dungeon Meat with his first EP in a couple of years. "Rock It" perfects the lean and mean groove - just a nasty drum jack and a big subby bassline, and utterly infectious with it. "Lock N' Load" follows a similar trajectory, although functions more as a tool than a standalone track. "Cut I" is a little more bubbly in its demeanour while still following the formula of drums, bass and little else. "Cut II" has a sweet bassline that will hook the dancers in, while "Cut III" keeps the pressure up with its nagging hats and subtle rhythmic fills. This is one for the DJs, but don't be fooled - there's bags of attitude tucked within these stripped back jams.
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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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Cat: MOUNTAIN 015. Rel: 18 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track (8:17)
  2. Track 2 (6:48)
  3. Track 3 (6:48)
Review: The Mountain People have a cult status amongst minimal house heads for good reason - their approach feeds the scene's finest parties, but they always retain a certain kink in their tracks that deviates from formulaic genre studies. So it goes on this latest drop on their own label, which leads in with a stunning long form track that packs a nuanced groove into the low end and plays with a limber acid line over the top, holding the filter down low and only opening it up at the choicest of moments. There's also some bouncier, swinging monosynth machine funk to be enjoyed, all executed with originality and subtlety - essential ingredients for the best minimal house.
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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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Cat: TWM 003. Rel: 25 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Test 00 (6:42)
  2. Control (5:01)
  3. Cosmic Charter (6:45)
  4. Bliz (6:46)
  5. Inverno (6:59)
Review: Italian minimal house expert Spacetravel is back with the third release on his newly inaugurated Travelling Without Moving imprint. It's a largely brooding affair on the A side of 'Labirinto 2020': from the reductionist afterhours of hypnotiser "Test 00" which treads a similar path to the likes of Losoul, to the breakbeat-driven industrial epic "Control" which is quite unlike anything we've heard from the Berlin-based artist before. On the flip he's managed to cram in three tracks, which you'll be pleased to know are a touch more uplifting - not that we found the A side altogether unpleasant. From the addictively groovy 4/4 electro funk of "Cosmic Charter" to the neon-lit Sunday morning deepness of "Inverno", there's a wide variety of moods and grooves for any occasion on this fine EP.
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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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FORTHCOMING
Deep Again
Deep Again (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AR 01.
Deep House
  1. Deep Again
  2. NMS
Review: EXCLUSIVE LABEL: The Infamous Access Imprint is making the difference embracing the very unique Parisian Sound Athmosphere with a cultural and polymath approach. Starting with a Detroit Synth infectious loop, DEEP AGAIN, that has the perfect advanced structure to burn any dancelfoor, on the flip side, NMS, you will be hammered by the chirurgical balance between raw and atmospheric inside travel.
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coming soon TBA
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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Jalebi (12")
Cat: SMR 26. Rel: 20 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Jalebi (8:10)
  2. Kama (7:34)
  3. Gerda & Kay (8:14)
  4. Kauri (8:31)
Review: Shanti Radio has released some incredible music of late, much of it towards the more melodic, atmospheric and positive end of the tech-house spectrum. This four-tracker from MOS neatly fits into this narrative, offering up warming, dreamy and picturesque tracks that effortlessly blur the boundaries between deep house, tech-house and progressive flavours. Opener "Gerda Kay" simply swells with sun-kissed beauty and enveloping melodic intent, as bright lead lines and swirling pads tumble down over a tactile groove. The Afro-tinged "Jalebi" offers stirring strings, toasty chords and locked-in grooves, while "Kama" bubbles along on waves of toe-tapping percussion, choral samples and fluid piano motifs. Rounding things off is "Kauri", another immersive chunk of dancefloor hypnotism rich in positive chord progressions and heartwarming bass.
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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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BETRUTH 01 (12")
Cat: BETRUTH 01. Rel: 03 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Adam Pits - "Spooka Troopa" (6:43)
  2. Urulu - "Sidecar" (7:18)
  3. Anderson - "Julip" (7:14)
  4. Yushh - "I'm Fraam Laandaan M9" (4:06)
Review: The debut release of Be Told Lies has finally landed, featuring 4 suspects doing what they do best. First up is Adam Pits of Wex and Holding Hands affiliate, who serves up the bouncy tech house energy "Spooka Troopa" followed by Urulu: the Californian producer is no stranger to the scene and his contribution "Sidecar" further explores his newfound penchant for classic rave and bleep techno charms. On the flip, Anderson sends us into freefall on the evocative acid epic "Julip" while Yushh goes totally off-kilter with the oddball groove of "I'm Fraam Laandaan M9". Be Told Lies, because no one's keeping record.

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Deep Core (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: AMR 40L. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Deep House
  1. Three Sides & The Truth
  2. Everydaelife
  3. Own The Nite (90s House Rescrub)
  4. Hot 4 Me (For U)
  5. Faithful, Fearful
  6. Lunchtime Gaze
  7. Rodalies R1
  8. Enllac (Luvfatuated Micx)
  9. Purple Hindu
  10. While You Slept (Despres De L'Enllac)
  11. Regrets (Think About It) (instrumental)
  12. We'll Find Each Other Again
Review: Minneapolis deep house veteran Malcolm Moore returns to his own label Altered Moods with another blissful excursion into the farthest realms of smoked-out expression. It takes but a moment to sink into "Everydaelife" and place this sound - the kind of pattering rhythm sections and powerfully melancholic chords that you'd expect from the likes of Dubbyman, Anton Zap or Ron Trent. Moore has his own take on things though, bringing a blown out jack to the table on "Own The Nite (90s House Rescrub)"and creating a moving, downtempo funk on "Lunchtime Gaze". The more forthright grooves are impeccable too though - "Rodalies R1" hits every sweet spot a deep house lover could wish for.
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#003 (12")
Cat: DDS 03. Rel: 03 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Cosmoscats (6:11)
  2. Life In Thundera (6:57)
Review: Lisbon-based Frenchman has been one of house music's pin up boys over the last decade. Both solo but also as part of Apollonia, he has toured the world non stop, bringing more tasteful sounds to the masses than you might expect from a DJ of his reputation. He's been busy in the studio cooking up some rare treats for the third release from DDS. "Cosmoscats" is glitchy, twitchy, minimal styled and throwback tech house from the golden era of Terry Francis et al, while "Life In Thundera" is a more direct and tripped out late night house groove.
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ENDZ 033 (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 033. Rel: 26 Feb 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Alma (7:15)
  2. Talasa (7:00)
  3. Triangulum (6:35)
Review: East End Dubs' Eastenderz label is a low key but high quality outlet for those who are drawn to the slick, dubby end of the house spectrum. It's already up to an impressive 33rd release, and this time it is Spanish groove maker Cuartero who comes correct. Opener "Alma" is all warped bass and bobbling drums, "Talasa" slips into some smooth and catchy minimal house loops before "Triangulum" ups the ante again, this time with a dirtier bassline and more techno-leaning beats that will awaken any floor.
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Landing On Mars (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CS 020. Rel: 09 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Landing On Mars (6:47)
  2. Olympus (7:18)
  3. Pulverise (6:23)
  4. Bump Strasse (8:57)
Review: Gottwood residents Krywald & Farrer have been slipping out some choice club wares on digital for a fair few years now, not to mention running the Persies label among many others. But now they make their first appearance on wax for none other than the mighty, prolific Constant Sound. "Landing On Mars" blows open the creativity of these two fast-rising producers in spectacular style, fusing taut drum machine propulsion with loose percussion and cosmically charged synths. "Olympus" is a fair contrast with its gnarly acid line and peppy tempo, while "Pulverise" makes use of a breakbeat to weave something spooky and sinuous in equal measure. "Bump Strasse" finishes things off with some tasteful, dusty deep house for the late morning crew.
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Time Guard (East End Dubs/Jesse Perez Mix) (180 gram vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: LHRWHITE 01. Rel: 24 Feb 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Time Guard (Jesse Perez remix) (6:08)
  2. Time Guard (East End dubs remix) (7:36)
Review: That Lazare Hoche super sharp shooter is back with two choice remixes of his bomb "Time Guard" which dropped to much acclaim last year. First up on the buttons is Jesse Perez, who gets busy with some dusty funk licks strapped to a crisply programmed break before blowing the roof off with a soaring melodic injection guaranteed to incite blissed-out reverie all over the floor. East End Dubs takes a very different approach, jacking up the machine rhythms and weaving reams of bugging synth lines in and out of the groove for a dynamic electro-stepper that should go down a treat with future-minded party people.
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Uzi (12")
Cat: AVTRV 004. Rel: 11 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Uzi (7:35)
  2. Resin (7:47)
  3. Uzi (Rhadow remix) (7:20)
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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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VARIOUS
Cat: ATN 053/DZN 02. Rel: 26 Feb 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Fred DJ & Boran DJ - "Cosmic Patch" (Lazy'gal edit) (7:21)
  2. African Project - "Ethno Beat" (Afro version) (5:15)
  3. Mamukata - "Tantawina" (5:36)
  4. Zendy - "Zymotic" (Plastic version) (5:15)
  5. Claudio Diva - "Funky Nephos" (5:05)
  6. DJ Fred, DJ Otti & Jay Pee - "Indien Summer" (5:30)
  7. DJ Stefan Egger - "Cosmic Esmeralda" (4:52)
  8. Virtual Roots - "Sonar" (Ygal Ohayon Low Gravity edit - Virtual version) (6:23)
Review: The folkloric cosmic disco scene of northern Italy in the early '90s serves as the inspiration for the Antinote's new compilation "Studiolo: The 90's Afro/Cosmic Era" compiled by Parisian DJ Ygal Ohayon. Pioneered by legends such as Daniele Baldelli and Beppe Loda, this collection of tracks features many highly sought after classics from the era, such as 1995's "Tantawina" by Roberto Righi aka Mamukata. This one bears a resemblance to In Aeternam Vale's "Dust Under Brightness" however the latter was released a couple of decades later. Elsewhere, there's the low-slung acid disco of Claudio Diva's "Funky Nephos" and the mandatory pan pipes sound (a signature) as heard on African Project's "Ethno Beat" and not to mention some of those chipmunk vocals ("Indien Summer") - another unintended trademark of the style. A young Austrian named Stefan Egger is said to have caught Baldelli play during his residency at the Cosmic Club in the seaside resort town of Rimini and had a life-affirming moment on the dancefloor. He brought the sound to his native Innsburck and created a scene of its own there. His contribution "Cosmic Esmeralda" (1994) is pure euphoria on a Belgian new beat vibe.
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Breathe (12")
2MR
Cat: 2MR 050LP. Rel: 11 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Breathe (6:41)
  2. Breathe (Lauren Flax remix) (4:21)
  3. Breathe (Olive T remix) (3:42)
  4. I Walk Alone At Night (5:10)
  5. I Walk Alone With Acid (5:29)
Review: This rock solid EP marks a welcome return to action from Pale Blue, a collaborative project featuring Italians Do It Better founder Mike Simonetti and vocalist/artist Elizabeth Wight. In its original form, title track "Breathe" is raw, ghostly and mind-altering, with Wight adding part-sung, part-spoken vocals to a sparse-but-weighty backing track. Lauren Flax brilliantly re-imagines it as a wayward chunk of sparse, off-kilter, acid-flecked deepness, while Olive T delivers a more jacking, forthright take that makes the most of the duo's weighty bassline. Over on side B, clanking machine jam "I Walk Alone At Night" comes accompanied by an even wilder "I Walk Alone With Acid" re-make. The lyrics are wearily on point, with Wight reflecting on a world in which violence towards women is sadly on the rise.
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Cat: BAM 009V. Rel: 18 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. What Are You Doing To Me (6:35)
  2. Acid Summer (6:44)
  3. Two Thousand & Twenty (6:35)
  4. Swing Dreams (6:41)
 in stock $9.83
Breathe (12")
Cat: DH 022. Rel: 05 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Breathe (feat Vanity Fairy) (3:55)
  2. Breathe (instrumental) (6:30)
  3. Breathe (feat Vanity Fairy - Tunnelvisions remix) (5:04)
  4. Alternator (6:17)
  5. Expectation (8:16)
 in stock $10.34
EFX/SFX EP (12")
Cat: OSM 008. Rel: 04 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Loopy Schneider (6:03)
  2. Make My Day (7:02)
  3. EFX/SFX (6:12)
Review: With some great releases in recent times by Tonnovelle and Robert Dietz aka DJ Disciple, Frankfurt label Osman is back with a serving of retro techno shenanigans by hometown hero Martyne: head of the revered Traffic collective and label out of neighbouring Offenbach am Main. The "EFX/SFX EP" features some solid gear; the tempo of "Loopy Schneider" channels the vibe of late '90s UK breaks by way of electro and acid techno, while the bouncy bleep techno of Berlin's dancefloors can be experienced via "Make My Day" and the neon-lit robot funk of the title track will take you deeper into the afterhours.
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Cat: CABARET 022. Rel: 17 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Real Talk (7:01)
  2. Digital Whisper (6:52)
  3. Acropoloup (7:00)
Review: Le Loup makes a debut appearance on the mighty CABARET with some slickly executed rave-indebted workouts. Tightly clipped breakbeat roll, moody stabs and a wriggling acid line all make for party manna on "Real Talk" - certain to be a hit in all kinds of situations. "Digital Whisper" is more Detroit than UK, reveling in a shower of sumptuous synth lines tailored to maximum machine soul expression but with plenty of funk in the programming. "Acropoloup" brings the acid back and ramps up the boompty house vibes for another smart banger to work across the spectrum from minimal house nights to twisted acid sessions.
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No 70007 (hand-stamped 12" repress)
Cat: WAX 70007. Rel: 11 Feb 20
Techno
  1. No 70007 (part 1) (7:19)
  2. No 70007 (part 2) (7:30)
Review: Man of many aliases Rene Pawlowitz has recorded under many pseudonyms over the years, though it's his Shed and Head High monikers that tend to get the most interest. Here he delivers a rare outing as Wax, a nom-de-plume he first used 11 years ago. A-side "No. 70007 (Part 1)" is a bona-fide techno club cut built around a rubbery rhythm track that boasts far more swing than your average Berlin production, with Pawlowitz's selected musical elements - drowsy, almost ghostly chords and slowly rising strings - only coming to the fore as the track progresses. The flipside "Part 2" version expertly re-arranges the same elements, breaking up the beats further while adding a druggy, almost metallic stab to add a frisson of intensity.
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AMOUR 002 (12")
Cat: AMOUR 002. Rel: 02 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Impolite (8:19)
  2. Two Truths (8:12)
Review: With promising material emerging in recent years on labels like Mayak, Irenic and Daydream, Dublin-based Noah Skelton is certain to make 2020 his year with the sophomore effort on his own Amour imprint. On the A side we have the dusty jazz bar beats of "Impolite" which somewhat channels that classic St Germain vibe, while the flipside houses the heart warming deep house groove of "Two Truths" skipping along with that sense of swing, boompty bass and some emotive chords for good measure. This one is perfect afterhours tackle which will mix well with anything from the more ethereal side of minimal house by the likes of Joule, Rora or ODE - tip!
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Let's Call It A Day (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: SMALLVILLELP 13. Rel: 19 Feb 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. On The Magic Bus (12:09)
  2. Grains (7:57)
  3. A (6:55)
  4. Let's Call It A Day (12:43)
  5. Omega (11:22)
  6. C-Sick (7:16)
  7. Magnetically Levitated Train (17:13)
Review: Second time around for David "Move D" Moufang and Benjamin Brunn's first full-length collaboration, a set of unsurprisingly deep, minimalistic house, techno and ambient workouts that first appeared in record stores way back in 2006. It's one of those albums that's arguably best listened to while flat on your back in an intoxicated state, despite the presence of such hypnotic, early morning club workouts as "On The Magic Bus" and the dreamy and delightful "O". You see, the majority of the album's eight tracks are spaced-out in the extreme and all the more alluring for it, as Moufang and Brunn expertly showcase their ability to create impeccable slices of hushed, otherworldly electronic minimalism.
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Ritmica (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HARDGROOVE 29. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Techno
  1. 97-1 (6:03)
  2. Field (5:22)
  3. Breaker (6:44)
  4. Hawav (4:33)
Review: Nuno Costa is back, and this time he's bringing his steely techno sound to Ben Sims' DJ-oriented Hardgroove label. "97-1" hits like a bullet - all dead-eye rhythmic barbs designed to dig its nails into any mix and not let go. "Field" is no slouch either, but there's a greater emphasis on space and atmosphere sculpting behind the tough percussion. "Breaker" is a chiseled, tunneling workout for the hours of ascendance on the dancefloor, while "Hawav" deals in knockout blows when you're on the ropes. Fierce stuff for those who want to make an impact.
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Legacy (12")
Cat: 7DAYSBBZ 001. Rel: 09 Mar 20
Deep House
  1. If You Don't Dance (feat Marc) (5:56)
  2. Free Roaming (5:34)
  3. Hellraiser (BDB) (7:23)
  4. Monkey See (5:47)
Review: 7 Days Entertainment chief Big Strick has always encouraged his kids to make music; here, his youngest son makes his debut on the imprint with a raw, analogue-heavy collection of Motor City deep house cuts. There's plenty of variety across the four tracks, with Strick junior (who goes under the alias Butterbandz) skipping between sparse, melodious warmth (the tuneful and spaced out "Monkey See"), snappy, synth-heavy haziness (the rather groovy "If You Don't Dance", featuring the spoken word vocals of pal Marc), locked-in late night dreaminess ("Free Roaming", where bleeping synth sounds and ear catching chords rise above snappy beats and a chunky bassline) and stab-happy, trance-influenced tech-house ("Hellraiser (BDB)").
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Played by: Lexx, Per Bojsen-Moller
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MPX 002 (Mor Elian mix) (180 gram vinyl 12")
MPX
Cat: MPX 002. Rel: 16 Mar 20
Techno
  1. No Drama (4:28)
  2. No Drama (Mor Elian remix) (5:28)
  3. Loose Fit (5:37)
  4. Hand Of Eris (6:21)
Review: Often found spiraling amongst the stars, A Sagittariun takes a turn inwards for this formidable foray into tougher techno realms for MPX. The drum jack pressure is real on "No Drama", which also sports a wonderfully psychoactive synth line to wriggle into your nerve endings with potent results. Mor Elian does a killer job on the remix too, chopping up the groove to create some dynamic syncopation around that nagging synth hook. "Loose Fit" and "Hand Of Eris" on the flip keep up the percussive pressure, but there's also plenty of character rubbed into these rhythmic ripples to make it far more than a set of DJ tools.
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Tusk Wax Thirty One (limited hand-numbred hand-stamped 12")
Cat: TW 31. Rel: 18 Feb 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Golden Barge (7:07)
  2. Welcome (6:09)
  3. Welcome (Posthuman remix) (8:08)
  4. Trembling (6:34)
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Apollo Sun (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CB 014. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Apollo Sun (7:21)
  2. Cosmic Breaks (7:49)
  3. Spray (6:32)
Review: The latest joint on Constant Black is from Subb-an and Thoma Bulwer, who work together to bring forth some seriously smart ruminations on minimal techno with an inventive modern edge. "Apollo Sun" holds court over the A side with an artful, modulating synth voice that sounds as though it could well have been cooked up through a tangled network of patch leads. On the B side, "Cosmic Breaks" has a strong set of drums that crunch in all the right places, and plenty of dreamy seasoning to make for a truly smart midtempo roller. "Spray" completes the set with the spiciest joint on the record, all tightly wound beats and nagging rhythmic wriggles both built for functionality but equally intriguing on the ear - a perfect DJ tool with enough sass to stand on its own.
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Cat: 7DAYSGN 1007. Rel: 09 Mar 20
Deep House
  1. Dance Bitch (6:07)
  2. Bundy (5:34)
  3. Butterfly Effect (6:47)
  4. Now & Forever (5:05)
Review: This is record #7 for Generation Next on the 7 Days imprint and it does not disappoint. G. N returns with a powerful 4 song EP that bangs from start to finish. The title and artwork for the EP are inspired from the clothing brand The Pines Collective (@thepinesco), started by Generation Next and a friend in 2015. An energetic Dance Bitch starts off the project with a vocal sample from G.N; accompanied by vicious bass, drum tracks and psychedelic synths. Bundy is a more toned down piece that captures the essence of a pure underground dance beat. It is raw, rugged and ready to make your feet move. The start of side B is more of what we have come to expect from Generation Next, a groovy house track full of emotion and energy. Butterfly Effect throws you in an upbeat trance of melodic pianos, unpolished synths and calculated drum and percussion tracks. To close the 7th EP off is the loose and fun Now and Forever. It shows the ever so present versatility of now 25-year-old Generation Next.
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Played by: Per Bojsen-Moller
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Purple Divine (100 gram vinyl 10")
Cat: MXW 04. Rel: 03 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Purple Divine
  2. Ordinary People
Review: Ekkohaus is no stranger to the house scene!! You can hear his intelligent, funktifying rhythms and grooves on imprints like Morris Audio, 2020 Vision, Circus Company, Flumo, Eklo, Mule Electronique, Brut, Moon Harbour, Holic Trax, Claap, Gruuv, Hudd Traxx, Diaphan Music and now MixxRecords!! We welcome the Greek native with open arms...

This special 10" purple colored vinyl is most appropriate as for the entitled "A" side is called "Purple Divine" and divine it is!! Playful percussion and drum-work along with a simplistic, melodic bass groove keeps you in hypnosis just longing for more!

You'll find a more jacked-up and jazzed up pump on the "B" side with "Ordinary People". DEFINITELY a house banger!!
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Ingi Visionair EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SLPFNK 023. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Samuel Deep - "SlapTrax" (5:09)
  2. Ingi Visions - "Visionair Wan" (5:14)
  3. Julian Alexander - "Macrodyn" (5:06)
  4. Ingi Visions - "Visionair Tu" (5:06)
Review: The latest drop on SlapFunk finds a three-strong cast bringing their A-game to the label that knows how to balance the chunkiest house with the tightest minimal funk. Samuel Deep is sounding fierce on "SlapTrax", an uptempo workout peppered with zippy FX and playful sound design. Ingi Visions then gets into a wriggling mood with the tracky, tremendous "Visionair Wan", while Julian Alexander brings a punchy strain of tech-house to the table for "Macrodyn". Ingi returns again for "Visionair Tu", another hopped-up hoedown full of twitchy percussion and a cheeky bassline to get bodies wiggling with approval.
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Eventide/Ascension (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LWKMUS 005. Rel: 20 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Eventide (4:55)
  2. Eventide (Beatless) (4:36)
  3. Ascension (5:05)
  4. Ascension (Drums) (5:03)
Review: Galcher Lustwerk and Alvin Aronson turned many a head with the elegant sophistication of their collaborative album Scenes (2012-2015), which landed on Lustwerk's own label last year. Now the duo are back with more goodies from their Studio OST project, and once again the fusion between gossamer threads of melody and delicately crafted machine rhythms is evident throughout this 12". "Eventide" comes as a full blown track and a sumptuous beatless version, while "Ascension" has a dubby original and useful drums-only cut, making this record both functional and an absolute delight to listen to.
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Tomahawk (12")
MIL
Cat: M 2022. Rel: 08 Jun 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Size 7
  2. Monolame
  3. Hardhead
  4. Where Are They Now
Review: After releases on Saints & Sonnets and Stay Underground, It Pays, Berlin artist Quell aligns with the MIL label for the four track Tomahawk which further cements his reputation for no-nonsense, stripped back house and techno music. "Size 7" sets the tone, a dark, underground roller with a trilling bassline and acidy bleeps that sits nicely alongside the shimmering chords and deep dubby vibes of "Monolame". On the B-side, Harhead leads with fluid percussive rhythms and sequential kick drums to give an immediate groove-intrinsic melody. The energetic, groove-led tone continues into the last track, "Where Are They Now", a Dark, techno-fused stripped back rhythm track with an acid tinged-feel.
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A Time Before Now EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: IMM 042. Rel: 18 Jan 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. A Time Before Now (Millennium mix) (7:08)
  2. Rebuilding (original mix) (5:10)
  3. On The Road (original mix) (6:30)
Review: Immigrant Records launched in 1998 and after a six year hiatus is back with an EP produced by US techno veteran Casey Hogan - his first vinyl release since 2008. Casey emerged in the late 90's with fellow techno legends Adam Beyer, Dietrich Schoenemann, Alexi Delano and Jesper Dahlback and is a pioneer of the original tech-house genre. Now a professional sound engineer, he is back doing what he does best and is currently working on new projects and remixes with Robin Porter for Immigrant and Shva Muzik. The EP's title track "A Time Before Now" was produced back in 2000 and has been pulled from his archives to show what tech-house was, is and should be, with it's shuffling percussion, arresting bass line, pensive chord lines and introspective vocals. "Rebuilding" highlights Casey's ability to create an effortless techno groove that chugs along with undulating sub bass and hypnotic synth patterns. "On The Road" takes a detour down a darker road with a haunting sub bass, trademark shuffling percussion and mesmerising chords.
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