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Russian Banya EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PRIVATEPERSONS 015. Rel: 14 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Russian Banya (5:22)
  2. WC (5:10)
  3. Bird Up (5:42)
  4. Whisper (4:56)
  5. Sooooo Funky (5:18)
Review: Since debuting on Private Persons in 2017, Russian duo Locked Club has gone on to release well received material on TRAM Planet and, more recently, Boys Noize. Here they return to the Private Persons fold with their first EP for the imprint in two years. Fans of no-holds-barred, industrial strength electro/techno fusion should check the brain-melting insanity of funk-fuelled opener "Russian Banya" and "WC", a buzzing, lo-fi electro cut that's as urgent and energetic as a panicked commuter legging it to catch the last train home. Elsewhere, "Whisper" is a strobe-lit chunk of electroclash revivalism and "So Funky" is a serviceable slab of electronic body music.
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 in stock $11.34
Cat: ELECTRIX 014. Rel: 10 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Concerning Irregular Figures (4:41)
  2. Exit Strategy (4:58)
  3. Glove Box (4:19)
  4. Glove Box (Assembler Code Rewind remix) (4:43)
Review: The 20th year of Billy Nasty's Electrix label kicks off in style with this essential slab of mutant electro from the mighty London Modular Alliance. There's a razor-sharp focus to the drums on "Concerning Irregular Figures", but it's offset by the warmth of bass synth to capture a mood somewhere between early Radioactive Man and Skanfrom. "Exit Strategy" takes things in a freakier direction with plenty of errant blips and squiggles from the group's vast array of gear. "Glove Box" has a darker tone that nods to vintage Dopplereffekt, which Assembler Code's "Rewind Remix" twist things up into a pacey workout that maintains the dread-filled atmosphere perfectly.
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Played by: Billy Nasty
 in stock $9.17
DEADBEAT/VARIOUS
LNOE In Dub (2xLP)
Cat: LNOE 117. Rel: 12 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Vonda7 - "Together" (5:59)
  2. Hunter/Game - "Island" (6:19)
  3. Ejeca - "Octiv" (6:21)
  4. Jody Barr - "Carson" (7:34)
  5. Dubspeeka - "Sk4" (7:17)
  6. Sasha - "Float Collapse" (7:56)
  7. Alex Niggemann - "Virgo" (7:17)
  8. Jon Gurd - "After It All" (6:55)
Review: Last Night On Earth's latest release is something rather special: a fresh set of dancefloor dubs of catalogue tracks by prolific producer, remixer and friend of the family Deadbeat. His interpretations are largely loopy, hazy, hypnotic and trippy, joining the dots between traditional dub techno and a more bass-heavy, out-of-this-world version of 21st century tech-house. Perhaps the most eye and ear-catching track is "Float Collapse Dub" - a version of a previously unreleased Sasha cut - but the ethereal and otherworldly dubs of tracks by Ejeca, Alex Niggemann, Hunter/Game and John Gurd - a dreamy and picturesque affair - are also especially good.
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 in stock $21.87
FORTHCOMING
It's Time
It's Time (12" repress)
Cat: TP 14. Rel: 10 Mar 20
Techno
  1. It's Time (5:10)
  2. Forum (5:03)
  3. Euphoria In Ginza (4:49)
  4. No Romantic (4:55)
Review: Time Passages boss Binh is a big fan of Innershades. Last year he brought the Belgian producer to the label for the very first time and here offers up another four tracks from the rave-loving rising star. He hits the ground running with "It's Time", a warehouse-ready throb-job full of new beat riffs and creepy electronics, before offering up another funky Euro techno cut that sounds like it could have been played at an after-party in 1990 ("Forum"). Elsewhere, "Euphoria In Ginza" is a deliciously chiming and melodious breakbeat-house workout, while "No Romantic" is another retro-futurist romp full of squelchy synth bass and rushing, turn-of-the-90s style nostalgic riffs.
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Consumer Patterns (blue vinyl 12")
Cat: BP 056. Rel: 29 Jan 20
Techno
  1. Consumer Patterns (7:56)
  2. Social Acceptance (6:30)
  3. Weakness Of The System (5:51)
Review: Blueprint main man James Ruskin is back on his own mighty outlet with a fresh platter of searing techno. "Consumer Patterns" is built on drums that hammer so hard they could put a nail in your wall. The loopy synth lines that run through them add wonky brilliance, then "Social Acceptance" is pure anxiety inducing techno with unresolved loops sending you wild. "Weakness Of The System" is more through, with broken beat patterns and nagging chords suggesting a sense of loss and bring real melancholia to the dance floor.
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 in stock $9.17
Counterparts (2xLP)
Cat: DBC 001. Rel: 27 Jan 20
Electro
  1. Intel (6:41)
  2. You Don't Want None Of This (5:22)
  3. Moonwalker (5:03)
  4. Electro In Key Of Funk (5:14)
  5. Pothole Paradise (4:08)
  6. Manic (4:00)
  7. My Electro Visions (acappella) (2:06)
  8. Stereolized (6:13)
  9. My Electro Visions (5:31)
Review: One of the pleasing by-products of the recent electro revival has been the return of Aux 88, a legendary Detroit quartet whose armour plated, bass heavy take on the style made them one of Michigan's finest musical exports in the 1990s. "Counterparts", their first new album in ten years, is therefore big news. After opening with their warm, funk-fuelled take on Motor City techno - the sci-fi brilliance of "Intel" - the four-piece rushes through a range of killer, club-friendly electro jams in their trademark style (tough drums, funky bass, vocoder vocals). Highlights include the moody "My Electro Visions", the foreboding "Stereolized", the ghetto-tech influenced "Pothole Paradise" and the far-sighted, Cybotron-meets-Kraftwerk style goodness of "Electro In Key of Funk".
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 in stock $25.90
Cat: LDR 22. Rel: 27 Jan 20
Electro
  1. Radiant Process (7:30)
  2. Idylle (6:04)
  3. Boston Dynamics (5:31)
  4. Basic Information (7:04)
Review: Cignol returns to Lunar Disko after his two outstanding EPs on the LDRX series. Four more electro-acid gems gravitating onto LDR from the futuristic world of Cignol.
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 in stock $10.79
SA 004 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SA 004. Rel: 27 Jan 20
Techno
  1. Photoa (6:50)
  2. End Of Doubt (6:10)
  3. Dromedary (7:19)
  4. 16 Hours (7:21)
Review: UK techno stalwart Russ Gabriel has proven himself time and time again in the deeper corners of the genre, not least at the helm of the seminal Ferox label. Recent appearances for the likes of FireScope and Rawax have equally affirmed his position at the forefront of his field nearly 30 years after first emerging. The standard is no lower on this new release for Subconscious Algorithms, which kicks off with the Detroit-styled delights of "Photoa" before melting into the mellow brain food of "End Of Doubt". "Dromedary" brings some luscious acid sounds into the melodic mix, and "16 Hours" completes the set with an elegant trip through pin-prick electro for the after-hours set.




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Played by: Kid Who
 in stock $9.17
On & On (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIS 318. Rel: 20 Jan 20
Electro
  1. Route 909 (6:49)
  2. Flyby (4:38)
  3. 1111 (5:11)
  4. On & On (6:58)
Review: James Shinra has been previously spotted dropping quality electro-tinted sonics on the likes of Furthur Electronix, Craigie Knowes, Feel My Bicep, null+void and more. Now he comes to 20/20 Vision with a vivid new EP of productions that cement his place in the contemporary electro firmament. "Route 909" pivots between classic techno and emotive electro, with cinematic results. "Flyby" is a more crafty broken beat excursion with a nimble lead line that flutters over lingering piano lines. "1111" is rowdier affair that sets out a gnarly acid line front and centre, but not at the expense of Shinra's tendency for refined production. "On & On" reaffirms this point with a smart balance between growling low end and sophisticated top line melodies, rounding out a sterling EP.

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 in stock $9.17
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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Played by: Billy Nasty
 in stock $9.17
You Want (CD)
Cat: AOS 9000CD. Rel: 05 Feb 20
Deep House
  1. You Want The Best
  2. A Toast To Momma Rose (Crowd Claps Jacked By Norm Talley)
  3. That's Lil'Boy (feat Ian Finkelstein)
  4. Second Life (feat John FM)
  5. The Sound Of Neptune
  6. Don't Get In My Way
  7. This Love Is 4 Real
  8. Oops
  9. Hear Me Out (feat John FM)
  10. Ambiance (feat John Cloud & L'Renee)
  11. Coming Home Hum
  12. 1993
Review: Those who've been paying close attention will know that Alex 'Omar' Smith has been mixing things up musically of late, veering away from the deep Detroit house he's famed for in order to explore a wider range of influences. New album "You Want" doesn't exactly reverse this trend, but it is far more rooted in his particular brand of seductive, off-kilter deepness and techno-tinged hypnotism than recent singles. That's undeniably a good thing, because nobody does crunchy, machine driven club jams better than the Motor City producer. There are nods towards Italian style piano house, disco, broken beat, jazz funk, Masters at Work and - more surprisingly - industrial techno (see the filthy closing cut) - but the resultant cuts don't sound like anything other than tried-and-tested Omar-S club jams.
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Played by: Wes Baggaley
 in stock $19.42
You Want (4xLP in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: AOS 9900. Rel: 05 Feb 20
Deep House
  1. You Want The Best (5:29)
  2. A Toast To Momma Rose (Crowd Claps Jacked By Norm Talley) (5:38)
  3. That's Lil 'Boy (feat Ian Finkelstein) (10:57)
  4. Second Life (feat John FM) (5:58)
  5. The Sound Of Neptune (5:32)
  6. Don't Get In My Way (4:32)
  7. This Love Is 4 Real (6:06)
  8. Oops (5:59)
  9. Mandela's Gold (5:18)
  10. Hear Me Out (feat John FM) (10:08)
  11. Ambiance (feat John Cloud TM & L'renee) (4:47)
  12. Coming Home Mum (5:52)
  13. 1993 (7:20)
Review: Those who've been paying close attention will know that Alex 'Omar' Smith has been mixing things up musically of late, veering away from the deep Detroit house he's famed for in order to explore a wider range of influences. New album "You Want" doesn't exactly reverse this trend, but it is far more rooted in his particular brand of seductive, off-kilter deepness and techno-tinged hypnotism than recent singles. That's undeniably a good thing, because nobody does crunchy, machine driven club jams better than the Motor City producer. There are nods towards Italian style piano house, disco, broken beat, jazz funk, Masters at Work and - more surprisingly - industrial techno (see the filthy closing cut) - but the resultant cuts don't sound like anything other than tried-and-tested Omar-S club jams.
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 in stock $53.97
Hermeneutica (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FER 314. Rel: 03 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Hermeneutica (6:19)
  2. Los Archivos Del Tiempo (5:46)
  3. Lunasched (6:19)
  4. Kremvax (6:22)
Review: Ferox continues to explore the realms of contemporary electro and adventurous techno with this snappy sure shot from Hoax Believers. The pseudonym for Alejandro Lopez (who also records as Jandroid) was last seen on Ferox back in 2015, and now returns with a bold statement that leaves us gasping for more. "Hermeneutica" is a sprightly machine funk workout dripping with braindance playfulness and a devilish streak, while standout jam "Los Archivos Del Tiempo" uses some pretty startling synth shapes to create a feverish party rocker. "Lunasched" brings a rough and tough strain of electro to the table, and "Kremvax" twists the dungeon techno formula into a lurid fever dream for sordid souls.
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 in stock $9.17
INNATE 003 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: INN8 003. Rel: 13 Jan 20
Techno
  1. Perseus Traxx - "Drifting In Space" (5:15)
  2. Ewan Jansen - "Sinders" (6:06)
  3. Reedale Rise - "Coral" (5:30)
  4. Owain K - "Teifi" (5:56)
Review: After two stunning rounds that featured the likes of Mark Hand, Lerosa and A Sagittariun, Bristol label Innate returns with another various EP of advanced techno ruminations from emergent talent and established names alike. Perseus Traxx leads in with a dense and expressive body popper that channels a little vintage B12, while Ewan Jansen takes things deep and aqueous with the gorgeous "Sinders". Rising electro star Reedale Rise serves up more of his sleek and refined machine funk on "Coral", and label boss Owain K unfurls a shimmering blanket of melancholic house with the sublime "Teifi".
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Cat: OYSTER 21. Rel: 14 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Synesthesia (6:02)
  2. Synesthesia (Anthony Naples remix) (7:59)
  3. Synesthesia (Pariah remix) (7:31)
Review: French producer Nathan Melja has amassed a spotless discography on the likes of Mister Saturday Night, Antinote and Opal Tapes, and now debuts on Kalahari Oyster Cult with another terrific offering. "Synesthesia" is futuristic sci-fi techno with shiny synth lines and a hurried kick pattern that gets you on your toes while the bassline burrows deep. TTT affiliate and Incienso co-founder Anthony Naples steps up with the first remix. His version is more dreamy thanks to the array of background pads, then closing things out is Pariah with a punch groove that leaves the original's prying lead intact. Essential stuff.
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Played by: Jane FItz, Kid Who, Zoo Look
 in stock $10.26
Cat: AX 085. Rel: 07 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Ultimo (4:17)
  2. Forever & A Day (6:35)
  3. Big City Fish (5:00)
  4. Apex The Curve (3:49)
  5. Sunday (5:07)
  6. Northwest Of Paradise (3:55)
  7. The Passenger (4:49)
  8. Josephine (5:09)
  9. With (0:36)
Review: This New Year, Jeff Mills is inviting us to look inward in the form of his Every Dog Has Its Day series. The last time we had an installment came 17 years ago, just enough time for a periodical cicada to emerge from theground, finished with its former life as a nymph. The sixth edition of this series is soon to follow in spring dressed in brown, continuing to deliver a spiritual and emotional raft for you to see that Every Dog Has Its Day. Mills himself has said, "You never figure out life, you just get used to it." Reflected in this record is that sentiment, that life doesn't present to you the answers because there are none. What is right and just for you, may not be for me, so how can I share with you any secrets. Electronic music can act as a guide, a catalyst of your headspace; it is not the map.
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 in stock $21.58
Lost In X (12")
Cat: EPZ 002. Rel: 11 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Lost In X (8:30)
  2. Ur So Fkn Good (6:49)
  3. Tears & Bleeps (7:54)
  4. Rays (6:17)
Review: Given that Gnork contributed a track to Earth Plates' debut release - a multi-artist EP that didn't take long to sell out - it's little surprise to see him flying solo on the label's delayed second 12". Title track "Lost In X" is typical of his dreamy, bustling, breakbeat-driven retro-futurist sound, with stabbing electro bass, fluttering synthesizer sounds and swelling chords clustering around a snappy groove. He flips the script on deep, sugary and melodious electro cut "Ur So Fkn Good", before fusing vintage Orbital, LFO and Joey Beltram style sounds on "Tears & Bleeps". Arguably best of all though is "Rays", which sounds like Larry Heard jamming with the Irresistible Force at sunrise.
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 in stock $12.41
Zerstore Eine Stadt (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: EFAE 008. Rel: 03 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Alles Was Du Hasst (6:54)
  2. Atomic Enigma (5:25)
  3. Zerstore Eine Stadt (feat Rosaceae) (3:59)
  4. I Dont Like Your Party (4:00)
  5. Dead Rat Under The Table (5:10)
Review: After appearing on Helena Hauff's Return To Disorder with the fiercely infectious "It's Alive!" 12", L.F.T. lands on Eye For An Eye with more gutter-bound sonics from the grungiest corners of the electro scene. There's as much noirish seduction as gnarly distortion going on throughout this deadly record, from the soundtrack steer of "Atomic Enigma" to the brittle minimal wave delights of the title track. Super punky and lo-fi in all the right places, this 12" once again confirms L.F.T. is one of the strongest voices dealing in DIY electro from the darkside.
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Played by: Brokntoys
 in stock $10.79
Cat: JD 047. Rel: 07 Nov 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Jazz Carnival (LP mix) (8:59)
  2. Jazz Carnival (Space Jazz mix - Global Communication remix) (11:15)
Review: We hear on the grapevine that there could be some seriously desirable Global Communication vinyl reissues on the way in 2020. To tide us over until then, Far Out has decided to reissue one of the legendary West Country duo's most celebrated and sought-after remixes: their 1996 "Space Jazz" remix of Azymuth classic "Jazz Carnival". Pritchard and Middleton's version is a spacey deep house epic of intergalactic proportions, with subtle elements of the Brazilian band's loose and languid '90s re-recording of the track (the B-side "LP Mix") weaving in and out of a warm, rich and hypnotic groove. It's one of the most dancefloor-friendly of all Global Communication remixes - many were straight ambient or downtempo rubs - but also one of Mark Pritchard and Tom Middleton's finest.
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 in stock $11.32
Nocturbulous Behaviour (12" repress)
Cat: UR 011. Rel: 28 Jan 20
Techno
  1. Infra Red Spectrum (8:09)
  2. Magnetic Timetable (2:20)
  3. Nocturbulous (5:10)
 in stock $13.77
FORTHCOMING
Smoke Haze
Smoke Haze (12")
Cat: PE 010.
Techno
  1. Freezer
  2. Green Pond
  3. King Tide
  4. Bugger
coming soon $11.06
FORTHCOMING
For Every Forever
Cat: AL 034.
Techno
  1. For Every Forever
  2. For Every Forever
  3. Stairway 3000
coming soon $10.79
FORTHCOMING
Blavatsky EP
Cat: BIO 037.
Techno
  1. Blavatsky
  2. Blavatsky (Yu Su remix)
  3. Eiffel Tower Syndrome
  4. Eiffel Tower Syndrome (Simple Symmetry remix)
coming soon $9.17
FORTHCOMING
Stream State
INLAND/VARIOUS
Stream State (4xLP)
Cat: COUNTER 014.
 
Techno
  1. Johanna Knutsson - "Synthsakral"
  2. Efdemin - "Sequence 100"
  3. Sophia Saze - "Same Sane"
  4. DJ Skull - "Good Pain"
  5. Patrik Skoog - "Echophenomena"
  6. Inland - "Overthebrainbow"
  7. Joel Mull - "Cerritulus"
  8. Arbitrage - "HON"
  9. Peter Van Hoesen - "Twin Motive"
  10. P Lopez - "Power G"
  11. Perm - "Busak"
  12. Aiken - "Second Law"
  13. Jamaica Suk - "Drumtaktics"
coming soon $43.18
FORTHCOMING
Drone
Drone (12")
Cat: TRIPCOL 3.
Techno
  1. Drone
  2. Non PC
  3. Perfect Replication
coming soon $11.06
FORTHCOMING
The Elements
Cat: SPILLA 05.
Techno
  1. Kellon - "Siphon"
  2. Neuron Network - "Green Eye"
  3. Neuron Network - "Kym"
  4. Polycron - "Aroma"
coming soon $11.61
FORTHCOMING
Night Conclusion EP
Cat: DT 003.
Techno
  1. Nightfalls
  2. Loop Service
  3. Please Your Mistress
  4. Wrong Conclusion
coming soon $9.44
FORTHCOMING
Cattle Prod EP
Cattle Prod EP (12" + MP3 download code limited to 150 copies)
Cat: FND 004.
Techno
  1. Reach 4 The Heat Only If You're Bustin'
  2. The Divide
  3. Cattle Prod
coming soon $10.26
FORTHCOMING
Love & Saucers
Love & Saucers (cassette)
Cat: AUS 004.
Techno
  1. Beings
  2. Children
  3. Remember
  4. SPACE (part 2)
coming soon $21.05
FORTHCOMING
Existenzmaximum
Existenzmaximum (limiteed blue vinyl 12" + MP3 download)
Cat: 101 FM.
Electro
  1. Shooz Who
  2. Existenzmaximum
  3. Holiday 88
  4. Mechanical Advantage
  5. Drinking Paint
Review: The second release to come from fresh new imprint Future Massive, the 'Existenzmaximum EP' from John M Davies aka Datassette is five brand new tracks of sublime and wonky electronics that perfectly combines the analogue and the digital, resulting in a record that runs the gamut of electro, chilled acid, braindance, IDM and everything in between. This carefully considered EP offers a return to that classic and instantly recognisable Datassette sound and much, much more.
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coming soon $12.68
FORTHCOMING
In Omelas
In Omelas (12")
Cat: VSSL 001.
Techno
  1. Standing On A Whale
  2. Trail Dub
  3. Dose
coming soon $10.53
Cat: PH 96. Rel: 24 Jan 20
Techno
  1. Spectrum (Special Request Kaleidoscopic mix) (9:27)
  2. Spectrum (Special Request Double Vision mix) (9:13)
 in stock $11.06
City At Night (limited 10")
Cat: DET 313B. Rel: 09 Dec 19
Techno
  1. A City At Night (6:12)
  2. The Dream (extended edit) (4:46)
Review: For the latest missive on their fast-rising DET313 label, Gary Martin and Yossi Amoyal have dug deep into the archives of Martin's long-running Teknotika Records imprint. First up on the A-side is a re-mastered version of "A City At Night", a Martin cut from 1990 that mixes the futurist intent of Motor City techno with chunkier, UK style techno grooves and the kind of stabs and musical flourishes more associated with Robert Hood or Terrence Parker records. Side B boasts a freshly extended edit of another Martin gem - this time under the Gigi Galaxy alias - from 1994. "The Dream" more than lives up to its title, with Martin wrapping restless bass, starry lead lines, alien electronics and sumptuous chords around a hypnotic deep techno groove.
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R&S
Cat: RS 1814. Rel: 05 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Pulsar (7:43)
  2. Oedo 808 (5:32)
  3. Blue Moon Tree (7:54)
Review: Lone is in a glassy-eyed and loved-up mood on this fourth instalment in his excellent "Ambivert Tools" series on R&S. We're particularly enjoying the lilting, soft-focus dreaminess of A-side "Pulsar", where swelling chords and poignant synth-strings sashay seductively between a densely layered, mid-tempo breakbeat groove. The long-serving producer ratchets up the energy on low-slung electro flipside "Oedo 808", another largely dreamy affair that boasts the twin attractions of raw acid style bass and ear-catching TR-808 drum machine cowbells. To finish things off, Lone serves up the EP's most blissfully loved-up moment, "Blue Moon Tree", whose bouncy pianos, fluttering vocal samples and languid chords sound like they were tailor-made for sunrise.
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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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Cat: DC 216. Rel: 12 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Destination Mars (7:07)
  2. Destination Mars (Raxon remix) (6:28)
  3. Destination Mars (Shall Ocin remix) (7:05)
Review: While most Drumcode releases are suitably sizable, this EP is particularly large - and not just because it features two huge names in Maceo Plex and Josh Wink. Their original version (A1) is predictably robust and rugged with foreboding low register stabs, metallic clangs, druggy vocal snippets and creepy melodies rising above stomping techno beats. It's a genuinely all-action affair that sounds like a massive room anthem in waiting. Over on side B you'll find two re-rubs: a more melodious Raxon remix that sounds like tech-house on steroids and a deeper, darker, trance-inducing techno take by Shall Ocin.
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 in stock $10.26
Cat: SRTX 029. Rel: 11 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Nine Oh (4:48)
  2. Yih (5:09)
  3. Eye Feel (dance System remix) (5:29)
  4. WKP (5:37)
Played by: Billy Nasty
 in stock $9.99
Straight To The Source (limited 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MOSAIC LTDX3. Rel: 25 Nov 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Straight To The Source (7:07)
  2. Hypnotonic (West Side Shuffle) (8:44)
Review: After they last shared wax on Mosaic back in 2017, UK dub techno veteran Steve O'Sullivan and prolific minimal house rising star Frazer Campbell link up once again for the sleek and sophisticated sounds of "Straight To The Source". It's a shuffling, funky workout with understated b-lines to suck you in and subtle splashes of reverb to shape out a heady atmosphere. "Hypnotonic (West Side Shuffle)" on the flip has a more bubbling, psychedelic quality to it, without losing that cool Mosaic veneer that makes these joints so workable in so many different situations.
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Cat: MULEMUSIQ 249. Rel: 22 Jan 20
Techno
  1. A Cautious Gaze (5:08)
  2. Forward Motion (6:47)
  3. Dance Of A Trillion Stars (7:13)
  4. Through My Sober Eyes (5:27)
  5. A Lifetime Ago (6:45)
  6. Everything Was Here First (5:45)
  7. Thrive On Chaos (5:20)
  8. She's My Everything (7:19)
Review: While once a prolific producer of melodious, far-sighted techno futurism rooted in the sci-fi sounds of Detroit, Aril Brikha has been all but silent in recent years. There have been occasional singles and collaborations of course, but nothing significant. "Dance of a Trillion Stars", his first album release for 13 years, is therefore a significant release. Given the title and his previous work, you'll not be surprised to hear that it's every bit as starry and intergalactic in tone as you'd expect, with the Swedish producer ambling through a fine mixture of gentle ambient soundscapes, melodious minimalist epics, Tangerine Dream style synthesizer workouts and blissfully colourful electronic compositions. There's little aimed at the dancefloor, but it's arguably better for it: this is Brikha at his most emotive and alluring.
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The Locks (Stojche/Hiver mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VR 008. Rel: 20 Jan 20
Techno
  1. Caurel (6:09)
  2. Zelo (6:21)
  3. Tregnanton (3:04)
  4. Zelo (Stojche Reshape) (5:58)
  5. Tregnanton (Hiver Reshape) (6:20)
Review: Verdant Recordings welcome a new name with an accomplished past under other aliases. Joe Lucas has released on Tusk Wax, Boogie Box and Birdie as Causa, but here he becomes Sixtyone for a trip into the kind of ethereal techno excursions that have been shaping Verdant out as a must-check label for some time. "Caurel" sets things off in illustrious style before the more dubby tones of "Zelo" and the ambient pensiveness of "Tregnanton". Stojche delivers a punchy remix of "Zelo" on the B side before Hiver works some elegant rhythms into "Tregnanton", rounding out another sterling installment in Verdant's evolving story.
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Recycled 001 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RCLD 001. Rel: 13 Jan 20
Techno
  1. Industries (6:00)
  2. Block (5:21)
  3. Energy (6:28)
  4. Skynet (5:31)
Review: Shadowy German techno just found a new hero, as Recycled steps up as both artist and label to bring some serious heat to the dancefloor. There's a muscular thrust to "Industries" that's precision engineered to slot into all manner of peak-time, rolling techno sets. "Block" takes things more pumping still, while "Energy" teases a little dubby immersion by way of some classic metallic chords. The record closes with "Skynet", a dark and clanging dungeon piece for full psychological submission that gives way to mellow chord tones - a real journey of a track.
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Enochian EP
Cat: VIRGO 010.
Techno
  1. Enochian
  2. Enochian (Ilario Alicante remix)
  3. Vishnu
  4. Atman
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Many Moons (marbled vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: OFFWORLD 006. Rel: 29 Jan 20
Techno
  1. Violet Waves (6:43)
  2. Fantasy (5:58)
  3. Return To Forever (5:53)
  4. Night Tones (7:57)
  5. Love On The Astral Plane (11:39)
  6. Environment 1 (7:20)
  7. Constellation Jazz (6:39)
  8. Falling (5:00)
  9. Elara (7:51)
  10. Silicon Dream (11:20)
Review: First released digitally two years ago, Tim Jackiw's superb "Many Moons" album has finally made it to wax. For those who missed the download edition, the set sees the Australian techno futurist at his most melodious, atmospheric, intergalactic and musically intricate, offering up an ear-pleasing, life-affirming collection of cuts that supplements his usual Detroit-influenced fare with similarly impressive and emotive excursions into deep techno, spiraling, trance-inducing epics, Stephen Rutter style IDM, rushing ambience, Larry Heard-ish deep house and sparkling electronic soundscapes that may make a few hearts skip a beat or two. Few can create electronic music that's simultaneously widescreen and intimate, but Jackiw manages it with each and every release. Don't sleep!
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Extensions (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HRM 003. Rel: 13 Jan 20
Breakbeat
  1. Elevate (5:32)
  2. Toulouse (5:29)
  3. Employee (5:35)
  4. Refer (5:20)
Review: Following releases from Marquis Hawkes, Francis Harris and Hamatsuki, Georgia's Horoom label showcases some local talent. Gacha Bakradze is a rising talent on an international level, having recently appeared on Fever AM, but here he channels a sound that should find favour with fans of fellow Georgian talent HVL. Dubby atmospheres and snaking percussive rollers abound, with a hint of UK hardcore and jungle influence lurking in the middle distance but deployed with care. Subtlety is key here, as Bakradze unfurls immersive cuts with a restrained power to take the dancefloor to some truly transcendental places.
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Curved (hand-stamped 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: FRINGEWHITE 003. Rel: 11 Feb 20
Bass
  1. Curved (4:04)
  2. Curved (Bambounou Hyper Street remix) (4:09)
Review: Bristol bestie badmen Batu and Lurka clash up once again for another Fringe excursion. One track, one remix, "Curved" gets straight to the point with its loosely broken house beats, grumbling bass bubbles and drunken synth scribbles. If you recall the dubby delights of Craig Richards & Lee Burridge's Tyrant project years ago, you're in the right area. Need things a little spicier? Flip for Bambounou's up-tempo twist where the drums are fully broken, the tension is higher and there's a trippy-assed breakdown that will bend your dancefloor's minds. Limited to 300, this won't hang around.
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LONEWOLF 002 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LONEWOLF 002. Rel: 13 Jan 20
Techno
  1. Hat Of Osiris (6:45)
  2. Snooper (5:03)
  3. Histoire Du Bouclard (5:31)
  4. Process (7:30)
Review: The second release on Lonewolf finds the EYA sister label exploring some particularly fruity strains of house and techno. "Hat Of Osiris" has a gutsy punch to it, a mean swing and a raw analogue flavour to the synths that make it pure firepower for the club. "Snooper" has a more electro-techno flavour, although once more the freaked out flutter of the synths suggest some grungy gear being deployed in the production process. "Histoire Du Bouclard" opts for outright electro - the kind that might sit comfortably on a label like Breakin Records. "Process" completes the set with an acid-laced workout that's equal parts dreamy and nasty.
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Crystal Maze EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ACIWAX 25. Rel: 11 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Aztek Zone (3:32)
  2. Medieval Zone (3:56)
  3. Crystal Dome Acid (4:40)
  4. Future Zone (3:54)
  5. Industrial Zone (4:10)
Review: Those cheeky herberts at Acid Waxa have invited Ayu Acid to have a right laff paying homage to the finest of 90s game shows through the medium of hi NRG video game acid. The Crystal Maze is a fine muse indeed, with each zone and the Crystal dome itself represented here. "Aztek Zone" is a sprightly, uptempo beast, while "Medieval Zone" ramps up the parping MIDI brass and canned harpsichord to deadly effect. "Crystal Dome Acid" is an appropriately boss-level jacker, while "Future Zone" slows things down and toughens up in remarkable fashion. "Industrial Zone" nudges a little swing into the mix and lets the 303 glide all over the shop. Fans of Ceephax Acid Crew's goofier moments, take note.
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Quadrant Dub 1 (12" repress)
Cat: BC 06/00036. Rel: 27 Jan 20
Techno
  1. Quadrant Dub 1 (20:51)
  2. Quadrant Dub 2 (15:25)
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Cat: SUARA 381. Rel: 22 Jan 20
Techno
  1. Arc Mode (5:46)
  2. Arc Mode (Mark Broom remix) (5:02)
  3. Redeemer (6:02)
  4. Astral Cell (6:02)
Review: British techno legend Kirk Degiorgio makes a surprise appearance for Spanish main room techno purveyors Suara here. The man behind seminal releases over the last 28 years as Elegy As One or Korrupt Data among others, and running the Applied Rhythmic Technology (ART) label, you can sure bet Degiorgio brings the goods when called upon - and the Arc Mode EP is no exception. The title track is a barrelling peak time thriller, leading you through the strobelights and smoke machine with its dense dub chords, hypnotic acid and steely rhythms. Fellow UK legend Mark Broom steps aboard for a remix which reduces the track down to its cyclical elements, much like his own acclaimed productions on the Beardyman imprint. On the flip, feel the power on the pummelling warehouse energy of "Redeemer" which captures that Sunday morning Berghain vibe perfectly, and closed out by the adrenalised and hypnotic sonar transmissions of "Astral Cell".
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Inner Call (12")
Cat: TOKEN 92. Rel: 12 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Inner Call (5:51)
  2. Time-Variant System (5:58)
  3. Staring Into The Abyss (5:20)
  4. Magic Table (5:16)
Review: Techno mainstay Jeroen Search rocks up Kr!z's Token label for the first time with four dynamic and dynamite tracks. Opener "Inner Call" is precise minimal techno from another dimension, while "Time-Variant System" is a more tunnel vision tune with hammering hits and eerie synth ripples. Flip over for the stripped back and hypnotic "Staring Into The Abyss" before "Magic Table" builds to a frantic peak with claps, hi hats and bleeps all coloured in the pounding grooves. This is timeless techno for the late night hours.
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