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Weapons Of Ass Destruction Vol II (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DMT 08. Rel: 25 Nov 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Honey Dijon - "Blue Sky" (7:50)
  2. Desert Sound Colony - "Where Are Ya?" (6:33)
  3. Danielle Temperilli - "Rattlesnake" (5:34)
Review: The latest compilation 12" from Dungeon Meat brings together a heavyweight cast for a trip into the seedy underbelly of tech house. Leading the charge is Honey Dijon, who's on tough and heavy-grooving form with the low-end pulsing pump of "Blue Sky". Desert Sound Colony shakes things up with a quirky, bumping sample juggler in "Where Are Ya?" - calling to mind the madcap antics of Jacob London but less goofy and more mean tempered. Danielle Temperilli takes cues from UK garage for the crooked 2-step freakery of "Rattlesnake" - a wild card deep cut for the heads to get quizzical to.
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Played by: TIJN
 in stock $10.94
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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Existenz (gatefold 4xLP (side 8 etched) + insert)
Cat: TRESOR 315. Rel: 27 Nov 19
  1. Sagittarius A (Right Ascension) (5:16)
  2. Pleasure Discipline (5:57)
  3. Ertrinken (5:37)
  4. Growth Cycle (feat Robert Owens) (6:01)
  5. Zahlensender (7:56)
  6. The Approach (3:36)
  7. Nylon Mood (6:26)
  8. Alphabet City (5:38)
  9. Don't Ask, Don't Tell (6:05)
  10. No Entiendes (6:56)
  11. Kurzstrecke (6:45)
  12. Golden Dawn (feat Stefanie Parnow) (7:27)
  13. Interdimensional Interferenc (5:58)
  14. Distant Paradise (8:03)
  15. Be (feat Robert Owens) (4:51)
  16. Vampir (6:27)
  17. Downtown 161 (11:32)
Review: In recent years, David Sumner's music as Function has tended towards the dark, lo-fi, industrial and minimal. "Existenz", his first solo album in six years, is an altogether more melodious, thoughtful and ear-catching affair. Of course, there are still some suitably mangled, mind-altering club cuts on show - see the buzzing, shape-shifting heaviness of "Ertrinken", the spaced-out hypnotism of "Kurzstrecke" and the Berghain-ready "Vampire" - but these largely play second fiddle to more playful and tuneful expressions of electro, Detroit style techno, dreamy fusions of deep house and early UK style tech-house, and ambient cuts so lovely you'll want to bathe in them. He even makes room for a couple of vocal collaborations with Robert Owens. It all adds up to a stunning set that's undoubtedly one of the most instantly arresting techno albums of the year.
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 in stock $26.82
Musica Esporadica (reissue) (heavyweight vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: MFM 044. Rel: 28 Nov 19
  1. Musica Esporadica (12:30)
  2. I Forgot The Shirts (6:10)
  3. Meciendo El Engano (10:55)
  4. Combustion Interna (7:37)
Review: Music From Memory's latest must-check reissue is a fresh pressing of an obscure 1985 album by Musica Esporadica, a six-piece collective whose members included regular label contributor Suso Saiz. It's a hugely atmospheric affair from start to finish, with bubbly drum machine grooves and Afro-influenced hand percussion rhythms being overlaid with languid synthesizer melodies, atmospheric chords, distant guitar sounds and aural textures so warming you could probably use them as a duvet. There are naturally nods towards ambient, new age and Steve Reich style minimalism (see "I Forgot The Shirts") as well as the occasional operatic vocals and the most Balearic of sounds: fretless bass.
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Cat: KNTXT 002. Rel: 28 Nov 19
  1. Selected (8:02)
  2. Form (7:53)
  3. Time (7:50)
  4. Amar (2:32)
Review: Charlotte de Witte is at the forefront of the harder techno revival. After big outings on Mary Go Wild and Novamute she is back on her own KNTXT label - which is also a touring party concept - for four more bangers. Searing acid lights up the cantering drums of opener "Selected" and that continues on "Form" with its undulating lines and relentless drums. "Time" is still laced with acid, but in a softer, more hypnotic style that locks you in a trance. "Amar" shows another side, closing out with some thoughtful ambient bliss.
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World Order Music (limited 3xLP) (1 per customer)
Cat: NS 30. Rel: 28 Nov 19
  1. Kiss Marry Kill (6:30)
  2. Flowers For Algernon (6:58)
  3. World Order Music (6:10)
  4. Reverse Stockholm Syndrome (6:38)
  5. The Vampire Lestat (7:56)
  6. She Likes To Wave At Passing Boats (4:33)
  7. Ratio (12:39)
  8. Opening (Glass) (7:38)
  9. And It Don't Change (5:55)
  10. Diane Fossey (3:50)
  11. Back To The Grind (3:22)
Review: After some time away the big man Levon comes down from on high with hands stretched aloft, the bearer of big tunes. Gone are the murky basement incantations of old - on this new album Vincent has not so much thrown open the curtains as carved a massive hole in the ceiling to let the sunlight in. Just feel the vitamin D raining down from that searing opening track, "Kiss Marry Kill". There are big Beefa-ready moments such as the DX7 bassline hook of "Flowers For Algernon", hymnal epics to part the seas like "The Vampire Lestat" and eye-swelling heart swoons for the sun down sensitive souls ("She Likes To Wave At Passing Boats"). On this record, Vincent is here for everyone, and we're so here for that.
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Played by: Corbi, Jacques Renault
 in stock $34.76
Peel Session (12" + MP3 download code in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: WARPLP 3006. Rel: 15 Nov 19
  1. Take Control (4:11)
  2. To The Limit (3:31)
  3. Rob's Nightmare (4:07)
  4. Lost World (5:42)
 in stock $15.05
Cat: UR 020. Rel: 20 Nov 19
  1. Amazon (4:37)
  2. Jupiter Jazz (4:31)
  3. Cosmic Traveler (6:48)
  4. Greater Than Yourself (5:13)
Played by: Rising Sun
 in stock $15.05
Cat: VOAM 002. Rel: 05 Nov 19
  1. Lemon Dribble (5:29)
  2. Strawbs (5:39)
  3. Peel Me Easy (6:02)
  4. Raz (5:52)
  5. Crush The Mushrooms (6:31)
  6. Cloy (6:47)
  7. Kumquat (5:50)
  8. Taste Yourself (6:59)
Review: Fresh from launching their Voam imprint via an EP of clanking, mind-mangling industrial techno workouts, Blawan and Pariah don the Karenn alias once more for their first full-length outing. In keeping with their fuzzy, hardware-based approach, "Grapefruit Regret" is fiendishly forthright - a buzzing, crackling collection of club cuts built around armour plated kick drums, creepy and dystopian aural textures, chunky basslines and hypnotic, opaque lead lines. Occasionally it sounds like the product of two guys banging bits of metal against towering Brutalist buildings, at others the breathless soundtrack to illicit raves in car parks beneath crumbling Soviet-era municipal buildings. Throughout, it delivers some of the most intense and intoxicating techno jams of the year.
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Cat: SWX 005. Rel: 11 Nov 19
  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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Cat: IDWT 008. Rel: 13 Nov 19
Deep House
  1. Come Together (6:37)
  2. Digital Sound (6:21)
Review: The Helliker-Hales brothers are in fine form on their latest two-track missive on their In Dust We Trust imprint. A-side "Come Together" is perhaps a little bolder and more tech-tinged than their regular fare, with distinctive, alien-sounding lead lines, trance-like female vocal snippets and stabbing, warehouse-ready riffs rising over forthright drums and a chunky, retro-futurist bassline. If anything, "Digital Sound" is even heavier, with dub-wise vocal snippets, bleeping electronics and foreboding chords dancing around heavy tribal drums and the kind of muscular riffs that were once a hallmark of Junior Vasquez and Danny Tenaglia's mid-90s productions. In other words, it's a suitably sizable "big room" record.
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On A Different Note (limited gatefold 3xLP)
Cat: SUSH 42. Rel: 18 Nov 19
  1. Ohne (9:20)
  2. Darum (9:04)
  3. Rau (7:01)
  4. Es (7:54)
  5. Vogel (13:01)
  6. Alter (8:50)
  7. Anruf (6:39)
  8. Wir (6:22)
Review: It would be fair to say that "On A Different Note", the debut album from long-serving German producer Andreas Werner, has been a long time coming. Astonishingly, it's been 15 years since he first started exploring the deeper side of techno and tech-house under the Audio Werner alias, making the album a genuine 'event' release. Happily, it more than lives up to the hype, with Werner offering up a fine selection of melodious and atmospheric, club-ready cuts and occasional forays into intoxicating, otherworldly, beat-free territory (see the weird and spaced out "Es". Highlights include life-affirming opener "Ohne", the 13-minute deep tribal techno jam "Vogel" and the inspired ambient techno outing "Alter", which has echoes of Biosphere's 1993 cut "Baby Satellite".
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Outside Of Time (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ISLA 22. Rel: 04 Nov 19
  1. Florence House Authority (6:43)
  2. Harumi's Groove (6:55)
  3. Outside Time (6:59)
  4. Red Planet (6:39)
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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Cat: AMB 3922LP. Rel: 24 Oct 19
  1. Xtal (4:51)
  2. Tha (9:02)
  3. Pulsewidth (3:48)
  4. Ageispolis (5:21)
  5. I (1:12)
  6. Green Calx (6:05)
  7. Heliosphan (4:50)
  8. We Are The Music Makers (7:45)
  9. Schottkey 7th Path (5:02)
  10. Ptolemy (7:14)
  11. Hedphelym (6:04)
  12. Delphium (5:27)
  13. Actium (7:36)
Review: In line with the timely reappraisal of all things R&S related, the resurgent Apollo have seen the opportunity to bring one of their most celebrated records back for another round. Aphex Twin's ambient recordings mature magnificently with age, sounding ever richer and more emotive as the rest of electronic music continues to play catch up all around. From the gentle breakbeats of "Xtal" to the aquatic techno lure of "Tha", the airy rave of "Pulsewidth" to the heartwrenching composition of "Ageispolis", every track is a perennial example of how far ambient techno could reach even back then. It's just that no-one quite had the arm-span of Richard D. James.
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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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Deeper Wrestling (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AE 10LTD. Rel: 18 Nov 19
  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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Bromley (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: XL 1001T. Rel: 22 Nov 19
  1. Bromley (6:49)
  2. Still Moving (5:03)
Review: When two UK heavyweights like Joy Orbison and Overmono come together, on a label as iconic as XL, you want to hear what they have to say. Their first collaborative outing is a real monster that kicks off with the surging and unrelenting pressure of "Bromley. With its pinging bass, sleek metal surfaces and alien sound effects; this is the beginning of something special. Flipside "Still Moving" is all writhing synths, wub-wub bass and jungle promise that will keep dancers on their toes.
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Played by: Corbi, Mimi
 in stock $13.69
Distant Shores (limited split coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: MM 30Y3. Rel: 27 Nov 19
  1. Petar Dundov - "Distant Shores" (12:33)
  2. Aril Brikha - "Prey For Peace" (8:16)
Review: Epic, emotive techno surely owes a debt to these two titans - Petar Dundov and Aril Brikha. Music Man know this, so praise be that they're gifting us a record with a fresh track from each. Dundov's "Distant Shores" stirs like a waking giant on the A side, all solemn arpeggios cycling towards a majestic peak of orchestration that should have all present reaching skywards. Brikha's "Prey For Peace" is a snappier affair, but the power in the melodic content is once again the driving force behind the record. While being wholly different tracks, Dundov and Brikha's styles complement each other perfectly here - a record any prog-minded techno DJ should take heed of.
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Cat: MUSINS 100. Rel: 21 Nov 19
Deep House
  1. Inner 5 (5:33)
  2. Inner 7 (7:25)
  3. Inner 8 (8:25)
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Cat: NTQ 002. Rel: 29 Nov 19
Deep House
  1. Primitive - "Translations 1" (Appleheadz remix) (6:17)
  2. Appleheadz - "Ambre Lunaire" (8:06)
 in stock $13.41
Cat: KNTXT 003. Rel: 28 Nov 19
  1. Pressure (6:12)
  2. Meridians (vocal mix) (7:54)
  3. Meridians (dub mix) (7:53)
  4. Pattern (6:49)
 in stock $11.22
Irak (12")
Cat: BNR 193. Rel: 27 Nov 19
  1. Irak (4:57)
  2. Doschitai (4:45)
  3. Two Girls (5:34)
  4. 999999999 (5:47)
 in stock $9.31
POLY 011 (12")
Cat: POLY 011. Rel: 31 Oct 19
  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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 in stock $9.58
Oderbruch (CD)
Cat: OSTGUTCD 47. Rel: 27 Nov 19
  1. B1 (Anfang Und Ende)
  2. Die Oder
  3. Menschen Und Mauern
  4. Sterbende Alleen
  5. Nacht, Fluss, Grille, Auto, Frosch, Eule, Mucke
  6. Der Wolf Kehrt Zuruck
  7. Seelower Hohen
  8. Trauernde Weiden
  9. Das Bruch
Review: Rene Pawlowitz is back on Ostgut Ton with his first album for the Berlin powerhouse since 2010's "The Traveller". It's an interesting time to hear Shed diving into his own particular distillation of techno and soundsystem ethics - sounds that have coalesced and splintered into so many factions in the past 10 years. Of course there's no doubting the man's ability to bring us the freshness - just listen to the steady dub throb and madcap break science of "Menschen Und Mauern" and marvel in the compositional heft. This is stunning, nimble, smart and downright fun club music and home listening fare sitting comfortably side by side, rarely mutually exclusive and shot through with the kind of studio precision we've come to expect.
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 in stock $10.94
Gizzea EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PRIVATEPERSONS 014. Rel: 29 Nov 19
  1. Principal Thing (7:47)
  2. Gizzea (6:00)
  3. Pow (3:57)
  4. No Delivery (4:44)
  5. Rio Rio (6:05)
  6. Pyra (5:58)
 in stock $10.67
Transatlantico (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: AOD 004. Rel: 27 Nov 19
  1. Santiago Uribe - "This Is Only A Test" (6:07)
  2. Santiago Uribe - "Momento Tenso" (5:37)
  3. Z@p - "Volca Routes" (6:20)
  4. Z@p - "Phenomenology" (7:50)
Review: This new one on Art Of Dark comes from two sureshot producers with oodles of idiosyncratic flair folded into their sound. First up is Santiago Uribe, whose "This Is Only A Test" works some cheeky samples in amongst a massive rubbery bassline and some acidic stabs. "Momento Tenso" switches things up with a crisp break and some more melancholic synth work. Z@p then presides over the B side with some freaky, sharply executed techno spiced up with a melodic twist. "Phenomenology" brings the kind of weirdo groove Z@p is best known for, all wonky bleep lines and erratic synth wriggles over a solid rhythm section.
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Cat: SVM 48. Rel: 28 Nov 19
  1. I Found Inside (Chris Forman Retouched Soul remix) (7:26)
  2. I Found Inside (Chris Forman Retouched Soul instrumental) (7:25)
  3. I Found Inside (DJ Spinna Galactic Soul remix) (8:40)
  4. I Found Inside (DJ Spinna Galactic Soul instrumental) (8:40)
 in stock $12.03
Oderbruch (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 33. Rel: 27 Nov 19
  1. B1 (Anfang Und Ende) (6:05)
  2. Die Oder (5:10)
  3. Menschen Und Mauern (5:17)
  4. Sterbende Alleen (7:33)
  5. Nacht, Fluss, Grille, Auto, Frosch, Eule, Mucke (5:01)
  6. Der Wolf Kehrt Zuruck (4:10)
  7. Seelower Hohen (4:11)
  8. Trauernde Weiden (4:20)
  9. Das Bruch (4:58)
Review: Rene Pawlowitz is back on Ostgut Ton with his first album for the Berlin powerhouse since 2010's "The Traveller". It's an interesting time to hear Shed diving into his own particular distillation of techno and soundsystem ethics - sounds that have coalesced and splintered into so many factions in the past 10 years. Of course there's no doubting the man's ability to bring us the freshness - just listen to the steady dub throb and madcap break science of "Menschen Und Mauern" and marvel in the compositional heft. This is stunning, nimble, smart and downright fun club music and home listening fare sitting comfortably side by side, rarely mutually exclusive and shot through with the kind of studio precision we've come to expect.
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 in stock $19.98
Upsurge (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ITLP 05. Rel: 20 Nov 19
  1. Water Maze (3:22)
  2. Detraction (4:56)
  3. Sensitive Habitat (4:19)
  4. Blind Corners (5:25)
  5. BFRB (4:02)
  6. Swordfish (5:02)
  7. Whyrl (3:04)
  8. Psygraph (5:23)
  9. Fast Fade (4:51)
  10. Dew (5:00)
  11. Cursed (3:52)
  12. In A Distant Light (3:50)
Review: With the exception of Skee Mask and the Zenker brothers, no producer has released more EPs on Ilian Tape than Stenny. For that reason, it would be fair to say that "Upsurge", his first foray into the full-length format, is long overdue. In keeping with the creative opportunities provided by the longer format, the 12-track set is framed as a "journey through the ups and downs", with hazy strolls through ambient, IDM and dub techno sitting side by side with skittish, off-kilter and occasionally dark forays into more club-focused electro, post-jungle and broken techno territory. There are plenty of subtle variations to be found within both broad categories, with Stenny managing to provide a unified front thanks to the pleasingly atmospheric and mood-matching nature of the collected cuts.
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 in stock $26.00
Evolve (2xLP)
Cat: OMNILP 10. Rel: 14 Nov 19
  1. Metal Butterfly (6:01)
  2. Theme From Joe Smoke (4:37)
  3. Flying Colours (6:52)
  4. The Mind Of Jacob (3:56)
  5. Around The Sun (6:26)
  6. Kiyoshi (5:53)
  7. Closer To Mars (4:36)
  8. Offline (6:31)
Review: Way back in the early 90s, 4Hero legends Marc Mac and Dego took a trip to Detroit and came back inspired to try their hand at techno. The resulting 1994 album "Beyond Gravity" heralded the start of Nu Era, a project since taken on solo by Mac as he continues to explore the sweet spot between hi-tech soul of all tempos and rhythms. "Evolve" follows in that footpath and in some ways goes back to an earlier techno sound. There are splashes of electro and house, and a seriously liberal pouring of Mac's broken beat tendencies in the mix here, but like all the greatest machine music, this new album from Nu Era is more than any list of reference points. It's uplifting, spiritually charged music that seeks to scrape the stratosphere in search of new expressions.
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 in stock $21.35
Shelters (limited 140 gram blue vinyl 12")
Cat: URBLUE 003. Rel: 25 Nov 19
  1. KVFM (4:52)
  2. Free Play (5:05)
  3. Skins & Scales (4:49)
  4. Roundup (4:38)
  5. Retrotonic (6:35)
  6. Shelters (5:12)
Review: Fleck E.S.C has been doggedly flaunting his wares in the electronic underground for some time, with a mammoth back catalogue of robotic machine soul across low key digital labels as well as the likes of Electrix and Central Processing Unit. Now he glides over to Untitled Recs with some especially dynamic cuts that balance tricksy programming and the rudeness of electro funk with a more fluttering electronica sensibility that's heavy on emotion. Just check "Free Play" with its gorgeous interplay of varying synth tones locked into a melodious funk. There's a variety in grooves to be enjoyed here too, including the stepping stutter of "Skins & Scales" and the fractured patterns of the title track.
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Played by: Billy Nasty
 in stock $10.40
Evoked Rvptvre (180 gram white vinyl 12" + sticker)
Cat: SNTS 014. Rel: 29 Nov 19
  1. Bilateral Narrative (6:14)
  2. Pvrest Absolvtion (5:29)
  3. Beyond Hvmans (5:33)
  4. No Jvstified Resentment (5:44)
 in stock $10.94
G12 01 (12" + sticker)
Cat: G 1201. Rel: 27 Nov 19
  1. Diga (4:49)
  2. Brasserrie (4:52)
  3. Acid Freq (6:38)
Review: Earlier in the year, Ewan McVicar and Steven Simpson made their debut as Granary 12 as part of a collaborative, single-sided 12" with Weapons of Desire regular Auto Sound City. This then is their solo debut, a three-track missive primed for peak-time plays. The duo successfully sets the tone with "Diga", an intoxicating blend of rugged analogue electronics, thumping beats, swirling vocal samples, psychedelic acid lines and layered hand percussion, before ratcheting up the intensity on mind-altering jack-track "Brasserrie". Over on side B it's all about "Acid Freq", a thrillingly intense acid techno romp where raw, razor sharp TB-303 lines attack the senses in seemingly endless waves.
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Vol 1 (12")
Cat: ANCPT 002. Rel: 11 Nov 19
  1. Reedale Rise - "Borderland" (6:37)
  2. Nullptr - "AT Field" (4:32)
  3. Datawave - "Mercury Dawn" (5:43)
  4. Ivna Ji - "Alpha Dial" (4:58)
Review: Analog Concept launched last year with a release from Clocked Devices and Strange FM, and now they're back with a various artists 12" that widens out the scope of the label and establishes some sturdy connections. Reedale Rise is a wise link to make - the UK electro producer is on searing form at the moment with his melodious, expressive style. Nullptr, also to be spotted on scene-leaders CPU, is equally firing on all cylinders with the dystopian shakedown "AT Field". Datawave takes a crafty approach to machine funk with snaking arpeggios and needlepoint drum programming on "Mercury Dawn", and Ivna Ji brings a more vintage, emotive electronica flavour to "Alpha Dial".
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 in stock $10.13
LP5 RMXS (blue vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: 12 MUTE604. Rel: 29 Nov 19
  1. Caronite (Radio Slave Core instrumental) (12:00)
  2. Heroist (Substance remix) (5:03)
  3. Outlier (Solomun remix) (7:53)
  4. Brandenburg (Stimming remix) (8:06)
 in stock $13.69
Cat: KECK 001LP. Rel: 08 Nov 19
  1. 55 Year Old Daughter (2:59)
  2. Pandemonium (4:58)
  3. 'I' As Proof (4:02)
  4. Pan Head (3:35)
  5. Not A Crossing (2:39)
  6. OPAFS; R (5:00)
  7. Weight Of Love (4:17)
  8. Peace Fort Nine (3:19)
  9. YFPHNT (5:49)
  10. Spisbah (3:26)
Review: Over the last few years, Bristol's Giant Swan have rightly become one of the most admired and talked about acts in techno, primarily thanks to their brilliant live shows and a gritty, loose-limbed take on industrial techno that combines a free-wheeling punk attitude with more funk than is normally found within the scene they inhabit. The duo's long awaited debut album is a little more mixed-up sound wise (I.E there's a little more guitar and it's not all full-throated hedonism), but happily they've stayed true to their roots and offered up something reminiscent of their legendary live shows. In other words, it's a great first missive; we expect there to be even better albums to come from Giant Swan in the years ahead.
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 in stock $19.43
Rattle (12")
Cat: DC 212. Rel: 27 Nov 19
  1. Rattle (6:54)
  2. Operator (6:26)
  3. Metal (7:36)
Review: Ireland's Reuben Kinney aka Rebuke started off 2019 doing bouncy tech house for the likes of Hot Creations and Dirtybird but has since made the leap to Adam Beyer's camp - first with the recent "50 First Raves" EP on Truesoul and now this brand new thriller for parent label Drumcode. Fans of the label certainly won't be disappointed, with these three mighty bangers aimed squarely at the main room at peak time. Inspired by his experiences at the label's party at Space Miami during WMC, the "Rattle" EP features the strobed-out and adrenalising acid of the title track, followed by steely and frenetic techno cut "Operator" and the brooding Reese stylings of "Metal" - providing ample mood music for the AM hours on the dancefloor.
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 in stock $10.13
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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 in stock $9.58
The World Of Monnom Black II (3xLP + insert + sticker + MP3 download code)
Cat: MONNOM 020. Rel: 29 Nov 19
  1. Fractions - "Zero Ground" (6:24)
  2. DIMI - "Drive Me Up" (6:04)
  3. Hadone - "Hope Reminds Me Of Her" (6:25)
  4. Tellurian - "Big Bad City" (Dax J remix) (6:25)
  5. VTSS - "Atlantyda" (6:36)
  6. LDS - "Algorithmic Reality" (8:13)
  7. Buried Secrets - "Distant Voices" (7:22)
  8. UVB - "God Knows You're A Cunt" (4:51)
  9. Zanias - "Holocene" (5:10)
  10. Dax J - "Zephyr" (8:57)
  11. Aahan - "Venting" (feat The Dag) (6:56)
  12. Vladimir Dubyshkin - "Lorry" (6:16)
  13. Knarz - "Kind Der Nacht" (5:46)
  14. Hive - "Devious Methods" (7:51)
 in stock $29.29
Cat: HS 004. Rel: 28 Nov 19
  1. Sleep Of Reason (6:17)
  2. Fear (4:54)
 in stock $11.50
A Parade (limited 12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: ANNO 002. Rel: 29 Oct 19
  1. A Parade (7:07)
  2. In The Place I Sit (9:57)
  3. The Floating World (& All It's Pleasures) (15:12)
 in stock $15.60
Cat: 4EVR 001. Rel: 20 Nov 19
  1. The Next Wave (6:08)
  2. Still Pondering (5:25)
 in stock $14.51
Lost Tracks Vol 1 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: EAN 80. Rel: 21 Nov 19
Deep House
  1. Live Television (Scene 1) (7:58)
  2. Nightlight Daylight (7:43)
 in stock $12.59
One Eye (12")
Cat: 3024 FYE5. Rel: 28 Nov 19
  1. One Eye (6:12)
  2. Nerve Centers (4:59)
Played by: Locked Groove
 in stock $10.13
Cat: CO3000 03. Rel: 26 Nov 19
  1. Desert Labs (6:12)
  2. Magic Hour (6:23)
  3. Gravity Island (6:19)
  4. Neurojack (5:26)
 in stock $11.50
Supernatural (2xLP)
Cat: AUSLP 012. Rel: 13 Nov 19
  1. There Was A Time (6:35)
  2. Dance Floor (6:29)
  3. Oasis (6:42)
  4. Brothers & Sisters (6:50)
  5. Co Co (6:15)
  6. Song Like This! (5:28)
  7. I Try (5:33)
  8. Generations From Now (6:05)
Review: Somewhat surprisingly, Floorplan's third album is not coming out on the M-Plant label established by founder Robert Hood, but rather Will Saul's Aus Music imprint. Either way, it's Hood and daughter Lyric's first Floorplan LP for three years and is full of spot-on techno treats. Those familiar with their style should know what to expect: big room ready loop jams that make extensive use of short, soulful samples, cheery electronics and lots of gospel influences. Highlights include the rubbery deep house/disco/techno fusion of "Oasis", the Terrence Parker style piano rush of "Brothers & Sisters", the stomping gospel techno insanity of "Song Like This!" (the album's standout moment) and the deeper, bluesy techno hypnotism of "I Try".
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 in stock $27.10
Exhaust EP (clear vinyl LP + insert in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: HDB 127. Rel: 15 Nov 19
  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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 in stock $8.75
EYA 006 (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: EYA 006. Rel: 07 Oct 19
  1. Innershades - "Deep In Space" (5:48)
  2. Innershades - "Operator Select" (4:35)
  3. Two Phase U - "It's Done" (7:50)
  4. Two Phase U - "No Agenda" (7:02)
  5. Otis - "Binary Phase" (7:27)
  6. Otis - "Nainoreprami" (6:37)
  7. Zots - "Sweep" (4:52)
  8. Zots - "Klyaksa" (4:25)
Review: EYA Records presents a double 12" of plush techno and house spanning styles, giving four producers the chance to showcase the breadth of their sound with two tracks each. Innershades brings emotive 90s swoon and peppy acid to the A side, before Two Phase U slips in a little uptempo robo-disco sauce and a feisty jack track. Otis takes things in the direction of wiggy proto-trance and bleep techno, and then Zots finishes up with freaky synth work dripping with mischievous personality. This is a set of tracks that demands to be noticed - don't sleep.
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 in stock $17.51
ERGO 001 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ERGO 001. Rel: 18 Nov 19
  1. Track 1 (5:11)
  2. Track 2 (5:32)
  3. Track 3 (6:45)
 in stock $12.32
11 (12")
Cat: KA 177. Rel: 29 Nov 19
  1. The Messenger (5:19)
  2. The Illuminator (4:38)
  3. The Teacher (4:58)
Played by: Ben Sims, S-File
 in stock $9.31
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