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Five/Four EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HARDGROOVE 28. Rel: 11 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Outta Sight (4:34)
  2. L4LV (5:37)
  3. Five/Four (5:15)
  4. TR1 (4:59)
Review: Hardgroove have released some serious names in the techno scene before now - the likes of Mella Dee, Borrowed Identity and Charles Green. It's no surprise considering Ben Sims is at the helm, and that equally explains the fact that the legendary Mark Broom has graced the label with his latest set of taut, main room club cuts. "Outta Sight" is a mean-tempered workout with a whiff of electro in the lead synth refrain, but it's not as outwardly malevolent as noisy juggernaut "L4LV". "Five/Four" has big room chords and massive splashing rides to get fists shaking - the consummate peak time belter. "TR1" takes things in a more dungeon-esque direction, using guttural rhythmic incisions to drag you into the depths of the night.
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Cat: SWX 005. Rel: 11 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Detroit Metro Terminal (Windy mix) (6:08)
  2. Detroit Metro Terminal (dub mix) (7:58)
  3. Land Of Oblivian (6:35)
  4. I Stabb (D1 mix) (7:17)
Review: Detroit maestro Gari Romalis is back on Sudd Wax after launching the label back in 2017, and he's got plenty of coal in the furnace as he cooks up a moody dub style on the killer "Windy Mix" of "Detroit Metro Terminal". The actual "dub mix" of the track takes things even further down into the depths of the subconscious, with a gorgeous chord drop underpinning the whole thing. "Land Of Oblivian" marks out its own space in the echo chamber, albeit with brighter drums on display, while the D1 mix of "I Stabb" makes the chords take on an extra resonant tone as they ping about in the sound bath.
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Muck EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MGM 06. Rel: 21 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Alpha Decay
  2. Tachyon
  3. Muck
  4. Stocha
Review: The sixth installment on Malin Genie's self-titled label welcomes Will & Ink resident Yaleesa Hall into the fold. Regular collaborators Malin and Yaleesa have turned out plenty of joint 12"s in the past on Will & Ink and this very label, and they sound more comfortable and sonically aligned than ever on this mighty record. There's no messing with "Alpha Decay," a loose and lysergic dubby techno workout. "Tachyon" orbits a similar soundworld, but shears the fat away for a minimal palette that sounds powerful echoing around the ample space in the mix. "Muck" slips into freaky after hours house territory, and "Stocha" drops a massive Basic Channel dub techno chord around a whisper of a beat to devastating effect.
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Outside Of Time (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ISLA 22. Rel: 04 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Florence House Authority (6:43)
  2. Harumi's Groove (6:55)
  3. Outside Time (6:59)
  4. Red Planet (6:40)
Review: Following sterling releases from NAP, Same Same and SMP, Isla are back with this smoking joint from I Believe. This is 90s flavoured techno with plenty of sass and sexiness rubbed into its joints - from the throbbing bassline to the steamy samples and subtle dubbiness, this is a late night cut geared towards beautiful, blurry hours of the dance. "Harumi's Groove" and "Outside Time" take things deep and spaced out, while "Red Planet" returns to a more driving, old-skool approach without losing that heady atmosphere. A strongly recommended tip for all those who like to incite passion at peak time.
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POLY 011 (12")
Cat: POLY 011. Rel: 31 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Le Tigre (6:13)
  2. Salt Mix (5:04)
Review: The 11th outing on Poly Kicks is as brilliant as the first 10. It comes from label heads and UK brothers Truss & Tessela and offers up two different moods. Opener "Le Tigre" is built on a nimble and harmonic bassline that gently rides up and down the scale with plenty of innocence, while serene pads soften the hurried rubbery kicks. It is both pensive yet physical, while flipside "Salt Mix" is an eerie ambient track with the only suggested rhythm coming from ticking sounds, warped pads and twinkling keys. Brilliantly atmospheric, cinematic and rich in sonic detail.
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Botanic Minds Sunset Series (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BMSS 007. Rel: 04 Nov 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (7:46)
  2. Track 2 (8:19)
  3. Track 3 (8:03)
  4. Track 4 (7:31)
Review: The Botanic Minds Sunset Series maintains a lovely sense of mystery with its uncredited artists and rock solid concept - there's something mystical about that sunset dancefloor moment which all four tracks on this 12" capture perfectly. There's a little whiff of trance in the mix, but it's delivered in an elegant and poised context, offset by sleek house grooves and peppered with just the right amount of psychedelic sound design to send the mind spiraling skywards. After a day kicking up the dust on a sandy beach or sweaty terrace, this is just the balm you need to bring on the dusk.
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Exhaust EP (clear vinyl LP + insert in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: HDB 127. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Techno
  1. CREAM (1:03)
  2. Envenom (4:04)
  3. Glue (3:23)
  4. Naja (4:54)
  5. Tyre (3:24)
  6. Switches (3:41)
  7. Shards (2:32)
  8. Saccades (4:03)
Review: Strap yourself in and get ready for a thrilling ride on this second instalment of Lee Gamble's new three part album release on the mighty Hyperdub. Described as a sonic documentary that explores three stages of the Semioblitz - "the aggressive onslaught of visual and sonic stimuli of contemporary cities and virtual spaces" the record unfold at hyper speed. Razor sharp jungle, explosions of found sounds, euphoric rave and techno-concrete all feature and showcase Gamble's unrivalled sonic precision. It's a marvel of emotion and sound design that is intoxicating and brilliant at every turn.
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Spoit (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MGM 07. Rel: 11 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Spoit (6:12)
  2. Mount Castle (6:09)
  3. Tiger (7:21)
  4. Touch (5:42)
Review: Following an impressive debut on the excellent Pluie/Noir last year, Yuzo Iwata returns with a new 12" of leftfield goodies on Malin Genie's self-titled label. Preferring to span a variety of styles, Iwata glides gracefully from the dubbed out oddball techno of "Spoit" to the dubstep-inflected delicacy of "Mount Castle", all the while firing off tasteful splashes of FX and noise to create a vivid sonic imprint. "Tiger" is a switch in mood again, whipping up a distorted mutant acid-disco hybrid that defies easy categorization. "Touch" brings things back to a more linear groove, but there's still plenty of space for psychoactive experimentation atop the forthright beat.
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Beyond Space & Time 001 (limited 1-sided 7")
Cat: BEST 000. Rel: 11 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Pan Sonic - "Lahetys/Transmission" (4:52)
Review: Beyond Space & Time is a new project from the team behind the fabled Rainbow Disco Club festival in Japan. The concept is to give a chosen selector free rein to share gems from their record bags, which then get pressed up for lucky followers to get their mitts on. They've wisely chosen to kick things off with the mighty DJ Nobu, who strikes a strong first blow on this upfront promo, single-sided 7" cut with the monolithic "Lahetys/Transmission" by Pan Sonic, which originally appeared as a CD-only track in 2007. It's a monster of a track, showing the Finnish maestros at their electric best.
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Planet 311 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CS 018. Rel: 21 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Planet 311 (7:32)
  2. Ritterfunk (7:10)
  3. Double Brew (7:24)
Review: Constant Sound continues to press ahead as one of the most productive entities in the minimal scene, and they're sounding as on-point as ever with this collaborative EP from Per Hammar and Okain. These two stripped back tech house champs bounce off each other perfectly, creating the kind of limber workouts that will sink under the skin of the after hours crowd with ease. Look out for B2 track "Double Brew", which folds some gorgeous dub techno inflections into the mix with stunning results.
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Played by: Burnski
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Through Worlds & Centuries (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DWT 008. Rel: 28 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Tagwell Woods - "The Bench On The Hill" (8:20)
  2. Castel - "Silverline" (4:40)
  3. Mihail P - "At The Worlds End" (5:09)
  4. HOLOVR - "An Expanded State Of Consciousness" (5:35)
Review: Following marvelous turns from the likes of Perseus Traxx and Stephen Lopkin, Distant Worlds returns with this heavy slice of emotional synthwave from a strong cast of characters. Tagwell Woods heads up the pack with some lingering, poignant leads and tasteful 303 wriggles, before Castel drops some seriously wiggy trance-out sounds into the mix (all still very much on the sensitive tip, of course). Mihail P returns to Distant Worlds to open up the B-side with a slow, break fuelled funk and soul-stirring melancholy, before the always-excellent HOLOVR completes the set with a distinctive and delicate romp through finely sculpted electronica.
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Siklikal EP (heavyweight vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 314. Rel: 12 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Nepte (6:22)
  2. Kn Te3 (5:44)
  3. Nocke (5:40)
  4. Kn Am3 (5:56)
Review: Techno institutions in their own respective rights, James Ruskin and Tresor make for a formidable partnership. They've crossed paths before, but not much in the past 10 years. That changes in style with this adventurous EP, which finds Ruskin eschewing his more banging tendencies to explore the kind of experimental pastures he dabbled in with Mark Broom as The Fear Ratio. The beats fall dense and crooked on "Nepte" and "Kn Te3" does away with kick drums to summon energy from nerve-shot arpeggios instead. "Nocke" is possibly the pick of the bunch, with enough drive to really cut it on the floor, but the freshest twist on the electro template we've heard all week. Don't overlook the snarling synthwave nightmares of "Kn Am3" either, another beatless excursion that shows Ruskin to be at the top of his game.
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Rave Cycle (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: LENSKE 008. Rel: 23 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Rave Cycle (5:31)
  2. Fallen Angels (5:15)
  3. Bloodshed (5:19)
  4. Fury (5:20)
Review: Next up on Amelie Lens' Lenske imprint is rising Parisian DJ/producer Airod, who has been serving up some pounding grooves on his Elixyr and Molekul labels recently. Like the name suggests, the "Rave Cycle" EP takes its cues from a retro point of view ie: second wave Detroit techno of Plus 8 as heard on the strobe-lit mentalism of the title track, to the full throttle peak time acid thriller "Bloodshed" that's sure to get the sweat dripping down those warehouse walls. In one final attempt to reference the zeitgeist of early '90s Belgian techno, we have the very CJ Bolland sounding "Fury" hammering the message home in style.
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Played by: Billy Nasty
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Nard's Groove Vol 9 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LAHA 02. Rel: 11 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Vector (5:46)
  2. Vidur (6:33)
  3. Februar (7:55)
  4. CS30 (4:17)
Review: After a great first release from NonniMal, Icelandic label Lahar is back with a new drop from Den Nard Husher, who was also recently spotted on US label Strobelight Network. The project is a collaboration between Octal Industries and Vector, and finds the pair conjuring up a limber strain of techno with industrial tones and textures but a more springy execution that makes it sound undeniably fresh. "Vector" is especially strong in this regard, while "Februar" juggles a smart array of wriggling rhythmic elements to create a highly technical club track with sound design and FX to get synapses firing all over the joint.
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  1. Juliet Fox - "Was Beautiful" (7:45)
  2. Marco Bailey - "Haku" (6:03)
  3. Luca Agnelli - "Apollo" (6:49)
  4. Jay Lumen - "Razor" (7:20)
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  1. Jamie Jones & Darius Syrossian - "Eyes Of The Night" (7:12)
  2. Avision - "Break" (6:26)
  3. Mark Reeve - "Get It" (6:49)
  4. Anthony Castaldo - "Express Yourself" (6:35)
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Cat: MUPL 032. Rel: 14 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Orlando Voorn - "Pull Up" (7:00)
  2. Luca Lozano - "People Person" (Orlando Voorn remix) (7:44)
  3. Luca Lozano - "People Person" (7:38)
  4. Orlando Voorn - "Pull Up" (Luca Lozano Praise Baruka remix) (5:25)
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O aka PHASE
Versions III (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: PH 4533. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Espresso (Mezzanine version) (7:35)
  2. Obscura (B-Line Enhanced version) (6:07)
  3. Xylo 3 (Steve Bicknell remix) (5:40)
  4. The Crossover (Tractable version) (3:51)
Played by: Ben Sims
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Cat: MNQ 130. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Don't Believe It's Over (4:57)
  2. Don't Believe It's Over (dub) (4:41)
  3. Don't Believe It's Over (Alessandro Adriani remix) (6:02)
  4. Don't Believe It's Over (instrumental) (2:24)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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Sipoor (12" repress)
Cat: PH 69. Rel: 01 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Sipoor (6:09)
  2. Teroof (6:29)
  3. Bad Time Story (5:30)
Review: When we saw this new one by power duo Red Axes appearing on Phantasy Sound, we thought it was about time. The Israeli duo's distinct brand of indie-dance would surely be right at up Erol Alkan's alley - and they deliver the goods yet again on the Sipoor EP. The title track is undoubtedly the most 'techy' we've ever heard them, on this deep and tunnelling rave journey. Bleepy aesthetics make a return on "Teroof" but merge wonderfully with their renowned brand of punk funk. Finally on the flip, we have the brooding "Bad Time Story" going out all guns blazing, with some euphoric 303 acid over thunderous toms - it's something that sounds like Hardfloor meets Barnt.
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Oasis (Timo Maas 2020 Remix) (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MM 179. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Oasis (Timo Maas 2020 remix) (13:15)
  2. Oasis (10:01)
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Cat: REM 007. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Hope & Fear (2:47)
  2. Why You Should Want To Find The Light? (5:15)
  3. To The Core (6:26)
  4. Breath Fire (6:44)
  5. Lost (6:05)
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LILIES 4 (12" limited to 150 copies)
Cat: LILIES 4. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Techno
  1. DJ Lily - "031" (6:12)
  2. Sandra Mosh - "040" (DJ Lily Remode remix) (7:25)
  3. Sandra Mosh - "040" (6:36)
  4. DJ Lily - "031" (Sandra Mosh remix) (6:03)
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Vector 12 (12")
Cat: VTX 012. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Electro
  1. Vector 12 (4:53)
  2. KERNEL Engine (5:39)
  3. RBT LBR (4:54)
  4. Occam's Razor (5:08)
  5. Entropy Model (5:05)
  6. Approximation Error (4:39)
Played by: Brokntoys
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Patent (12")
Cat: GLASS 004. Rel: 14 Nov 19
Bass
  1. Inch (4:42)
  2. Tare (5:52)
  3. Caved (5:58)
  4. Patent (4:22)
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Cat: HST 12. Rel: 11 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Marble Cave (8:56)
  2. Chroma Vision (2:52)
  3. Time Tower (7:51)
  4. Todellinen (2:05)
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Nonlin (CD)
Cat: GI 346CD. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Cloudloss
  2. Subtractive Skies
  3. A Planet Left Behind
  4. Attractor B
  5. The Nature Remaining
  6. Nonlin
  7. Reverse Culture Music
  8. The Spring In Chartreuse
  9. American Spiral
Review: Steve Hauschildt's profile has been on a steady rise since he moved from his long time home of Kranky to Ghostly International. It was a logical move to partner up with the Ann Arbor label as it encouraged the emotional side of his regal ambient pieces to shine through in line with the sensitive tones of other Ghostly alumni (Tycho, Telefon Tel Aviv, Shigeto, for example). On his second album for the label, Hauschildt sounds more moving than ever, his winsome compositions reaching towards bigger spaces especially on rhythmically charged tracks like "Subtractive Skies". This is no drastic departure from his established identity, but rather a considered evolution towards a new space in which his muse can reside.
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Cat: BAR 04. Rel: 14 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Espionage (4:31)
  2. Espionage (Pasiphae remix) (5:33)
  3. Escargotich (4:50)
  4. Escargotich (SM Champignon Dans La Foret remix) (4:43)
Played by: Dj soFa
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KR 002 (12")
KR
Cat: KR 002. Rel: 14 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Blame The Mono - "Keramos" (6:25)
  2. Mathys Lenne - "Serbian Theory" (6:33)
  3. Lost Channel - "Howling" (6:35)
  4. Chane - "You Can Do It" (6:49)
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Decay (limited 180 gram marbled grey vinyl 12")
Cat: THL 024LTD. Rel: 11 Jun 18
Techno
  1. Insanity Dub
  2. Rusty Flashback
  3. Garden Of Corrosion
  4. Pepper Jones
Review: Building on the momentum of the strong reissue programme undertaken at Thule Records HQ, Thor returns to the fray with some new productions that add a new chapter to the story of Icelandic techno. This limited run of Decay appropriately comes on marbled grey vinyl. Of course, the unique atmosphere the label carved out in the 90s has been left intact - the dubby processing and icy melodies abound throughout, creating utterly immersive techno and house variations in the process. "Insanity Dub" has a live feel to its drum set which injects a curious disco energy into the mix, while "Rusty Flashback" takes things in a subtle tech house direction. "Garden Of Corrosion" stands apart with its slender sound palette, placing the emphasis on groove and swing, while "Pepper Jones" ramps the dub techno exploration up to 11. If you love the sound of Thule, you're going to love this.
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Cat: TR 11:11. Rel: 07 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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Galaxies Of Dust (limited 10")
Cat: RAR 007. Rel: 12 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Galaxies Of Dust (5:12)
  2. Galaxies Of Dust (Schlachthofbronx remix) (5:24)
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  1. FEM & Theobald Ringer - "Delta 97" (7:26)
  2. Clement Naglik - "General Relativity" (Tevatron remix) (8:10)
  3. Theobald Ringer - "Pedro In Tokyo" (Taho remix) (10:03)
  4. Dimitri & Clarence Brandon - "The Force" (Tevatron remix) (7:00)
Played by: G-Prod
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Cat: TILT 002. Rel: 14 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Gamma Rays (5:59)
  2. Questionable Ethics (5:13)
  3. Limbo/Singularity (4:47)
  4. Anomalous Materials (3:47)
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Cat: EBEAMZ 032. Rel: 12 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Rejected City (7:11)
  2. Cloud Dancing (5:54)
  3. Glass (feat Real To Reel) (6:18)
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1994 (12")
Cat: SIR 010. Rel: 13 Nov 19
Techno
  1. 1994 (6:27)
  2. 1994 (Tiger Stripes remix) (6:31)
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Follage (12")
Cat: PNTMZKVNL 03V01. Rel: 14 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Monopolar - "Follage" (6:49)
  2. Rico Casazza - "Banausic" (5:30)
  3. Signal Deluxe - "Critical Value" (5:50)
  4. Itzone - "Infinite Horizon" (7:03)
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Debiasing EP (12" repress)
Cat: OTON 112. Rel: 21 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Cascade Effect (6:54)
  2. When Prophecy Fails (3:38)
  3. Look How Hard I've Tried (5:19)
  4. Filter Bubbles (4:43)
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Elastic Collisions EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ORSON 018. Rel: 30 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Elastic Collisions (4:26)
  2. Octodecillion (7:05)
  3. Probabilities (7:06)
  4. Mechanomics (6:05)
Review: Unstoppable electro machine Carl Finlow (aka Silicon Scally) lands on Orson with more of that impeccable robo-funk he's so revered for. "Elastic Collisions" leads the charge with a tough and teasing workout that works around a heavy low end and plenty of sparkling sound design up top. "Octodecillion" keeps things on a dystopian tip, where a bleak future sounds as funky as it does ominous. "Probabilities" heads into a less floor-focused space where thick layers of buffed and polished synth wriggles collide in high-definition. "Mechanomics" completes the set with another taut belter geared towards the heads down section of the party.
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Huurune EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ORSON 019. Rel: 21 Oct 19
Electro
  1. Mihi (5:41)
  2. Kuta (6:00)
  3. Huru (6:06)
  4. Okra (4:15)
Review: Finnish electro maverick Mesak follows up crucial drops on Roots United and On Board Music with this refined slab of body-poppin' machine funk for Orson, hot on the heels of Carl Finlow's equally essential "Elastic Collisions EP". "Mihi" delivers the kind of starry-eyed style that should satisfy any Drexciya devotees, before the script gets flipped with the noisy nastiness of "Kuta". "Huru" on the B-side locks into a decidedly robotic workout with flecks of acid between the crunchy beats, and then "Okra" smooths things out with a plush, melodic trip geared towards the deeper end of the electro-fied dancefloor.
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Postdrome EP (140 gram vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: WSR SO1. Rel: 07 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Postdrome (7:12)
  2. Delos (8:01)
  3. Brain Fingers (6:45)
  4. Memory Drum (5:37)
Review: The Well Street family continue to bloom with this assured grip of adventurous steppers from Significant Other. You know you're onto something serious as soon as "Postdrome" fires up in a tangle of break slices, percussive rattles and poised kicks. The sparse drum-focused style continues in a quicker fashion with the tense and twitchy "Delos", while "Brain Fingers" amps up the bass flex to make for a dance-wrecking-ball of a track. "Memory Drum" completes the set with interlocking patterns balanced between organic and electronic and draped in tones of icy dread.
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CS 017 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CS 017. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Timeless (6:22)
  2. Clutch (7:03)
  3. Correlation (6:35)
Review: After debuting his Pakzad moniker on Infiltrate last year, Justin Pak makes the leap to Burnski's Constant Sound with this assured set of electro workouts built for the modern age. "Timeless" is a snappy, vibrant cut with a serious amount of techno propulsion to match the crooked funk of the beats. "Clutch" has a more trippy, melodic twist, while "Correlation" hunkers down into a more backroom vibe as detailed as it is freaky. This is seriously executed electro from a fast-rising talent - nab a copy, drop it into a set and watch the bodies writhe.
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  1. Dawl & Sween - "Laser Guided" (6:02)
  2. Skywave Transmissions - "Warehouse 101" (with XOTR) (6:14)
  3. Samuel Padden - "Quad Damage" (5:36)
  4. Daif - "Mysterious Freakin History" (6:13)
  5. Ascot/WW - "Alien Vision" (6:19)
Review: Saucer-eyed rave revivalists Tone Dropout can usually be relied upon to deliver the goods, especially if you're looking for sweaty, energy-packed slabs of warehouse ready techno, acid and electro. The label's latest missive is packed to the rafters with such giddy and forthright fare, to the bleeping, mind-altering insanity of Dawl & Sween's acid-fired throb-job "Laser Guided", to the "Bleep and Breaks" pressure of Samuel Padden's bustling "Quad Damage", to the stripped-back machine techno heaviness of Daif's similarly bleepy "Mysterious Freakin History". Elsewhere, the Ascot/WW track sits somewhere between early breakbeat hardcore and ambient techno, while Skywave Transmission v XOTR's "Warehouse 101" lives up to its name. Serious heat!
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Cat: DC 2105. Rel: 23 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Camargue 2019 (Enrico Sangiuliano remix) (8:13)
  2. Camargue 2019 (Adam Beyer & Layton Giordani remix) (7:14)
  3. Camargue 2019 (The Advent remix) (6:15)
Review: Released simultaneously with a 12" containing the original version of the Advent and CJ Bolland's joint re-make of the latter's 1992 Belgian techno classic "Camargue", this second EP boasts a trio of undeniably tough remixes that will definitely set the pulse racing of anyone who loves the Drumcode label. The standout version comes from Adam Beyer and Layton Giordani, who pepper a hybrid house/techno groove with Bolland's original organ stabs, strings and metallic bassline. The Advent delivers a tougher but arguably deeper techno mix - it's very hypnotic - while Enrico Sangiuliano joins the dots between techno, trance and old school flavours.
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Synthetic Gold 4 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SGR 004. Rel: 02 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Just Imagine
  2. The Taphead
  3. October Sunrise
  4. Syntax Error
  5. Disconnected
  6. Testkrach
  7. Loop B (SVS28)
  8. Loop B (SVS17)
  9. Loop A (SVS15)
Review: Stephen Laubner never fails to deliver the goods, whether on his own label Something or elsewhere. Having recently popped up on The Untold Stories, this time around he's dropping his uniquely crusty compositions on Synthetic Gold. After a quietly disconcerting ambient opening, the leftfield grind of "The Taphead" pushes an uncompromising agenda of ragged bass and an unrelenting groove. "October Sunrise" by way of contrast is a more intimate, sweet natured affair. "Syntax Error" too taps into the softer side of Laubner's craft in a most mesmerizing of ways, but for the die hard fans fear not, there's also plenty of locked groove loops included to keep you tripping into infinity.
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Played by: St. Bernard
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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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Beat Nouveau EP (limited hand-numbered hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MTRONW 005. Rel: 25 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Beat Nouveau (6:15)
  2. Beat Nouveau (Gamma Intel remix) (7:11)
  3. Tat Ark (6:04)
  4. Beau Geste (6:12)
Review: Earlier this year, Florian Stoffelbauer donned the Heap alias for the first time in 14 months for an EP of pitched-down jams bristling with lo-fi synthesizer melodies and crispy drum machine hits. On "Beat Nouveau", his first EP for Mechatronica, he further develops this sound, drawing influence from the mid-tempo bump, trippy acid lines and faintly foreboding melodies of 1980s Belgian new beat. The title track sets the tone, with Stoffelbauer reaching for angular, alien electronics, moody bass, bubbly acid lines and eight-bit computer game melodies. The Gamma Intel remix of the same track is arguably even more druggy and foreboding, while "Tat Ark" is a psychedelic shuffle through slow electro drums and mind-altering electronics. If pitched-down ambient techno is your thing, closing cut "Beau Geste" should be essential listening.
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Played by: GK Machine
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Deeper Wrestling (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AE 10LTD. Rel: 18 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Anton Kubikov - "When Is Deep" (7:54)
  2. Ohm & Octal Industries - "Aureola" (5:35)
  3. Thor - "Who Stole My Yacht" (7:12)
  4. SCSI9 - "Aetherius" (8:04)
Review: The latest release on AE Recordings showcases a whole host of excellent producers versed in the language of icy Scandinavian techno. Anton Kubikov is up first with the forlorn leads and dubby ripples of "When Is Deep", which is followed up by a wonderfully dusty deep house locomotive from Ohm & Octal Industries. Thor gets into a strident micro house groove on "Who Stole My Yacht", peppering the swung drums with plenty of immersion chamber echoes and pings. SCSI9 makes a welcome return to close the record out with "Aetherius", a classic minimal tech house bouncer with plenty of spooky atmospherics on top of the mid-00s flavoured synth hooks.
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Played by: Vincent Inc
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Cat: LIVITY 037. Rel: 06 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Igam-Ogam (5:41)
  2. First Image (6:04)
  3. Seeker (5:34)
Review: Given his long-running friendship with key members of Bristol's vibrant - and distinctive - techno community, it's something of a surprise to find that this marks Leif Knowles' first appearance of Peverelist's Livity Sound imprint. Happily, we can confirm that it was worth the wait. The genius of the EP lies in the unique combination of the long-serving producer's inventive, African-influenced rhythms and deep, rich and life-affirming musical flourishes. Both A-side "Igam-Ogam" and B-side opener "First Image" boast intricately programmed (and impressively layered) drums, as well as either drowsy deep house chords or ear-catching melodic loops. Then there's closing cut "Seeker", which sounds like his take on late 1970s Tangerine Dream.
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Siah Mashq (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AKS 8. Rel: 14 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Siah Mashq 1 (6:56)
  2. Siah Mashq 2 (4:26)
  3. Siah Mashq 3 (14:24)
Review: Shahr Farang continues to blossom as a label, primarily as a vessel for the work of Sohrab Karimi and Rasul Gafarov, better known as Ahu and Lenta respectively. On this occasion, Ahu and Lenta have teamed up to present some intriguing clippings from two separate improvised studio jams. As is customary with the label, the primary mode of expression is minimal techno shrouded in hazy textures and atmospheric matter, but it veers more towards the kind of clicks and cuts you'd expect from a classic Scape record than anything geared towards the dancefloor. The steady tick of a 4/4 kick means this music isn't necessarily consigned to the headphones though - the right kind of warm up slot or backroom could be just the place to melt into these delicate productions.
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Played by: M50, Agnostic Rhythm
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