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Build Time EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TRM 001. Rel: 07 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Main Whipping (5:34)
  2. Keeper Eye (5:15)
  3. DPS (5:08)
  4. Mandrel (5:07)
Review: Mick Harris is a master of bludgeoning sound, whether wringing out apocalyptic steppers in his Scorn guise or wrestling D&B into contorted shapes as Quoit. Monrella is one of his aliases that reaches back to the mid 90s and Regis' ZET label. These four new tracks capture the same mood of granite heavy Brummie techno as the original run, wholly compatible with the tougher end of the Downwards oeuvre, sculpted with the masterful ear for sound design that Harris has displayed throughout his accomplished career. Following on from the retrospective compilation on Berceuse Heroique last year, it's a real treat to have some fresh Monrella to chew on for the hardest of techno sessions.
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EYA 006 (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Eya
Cat: EYA 006. Rel: 07 Oct 19
Techno
  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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Rushing (12")
Cat: DFTD 577. Rel: 10 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Jamie Jones & Darius Syrossian - "Rushing" (extended mix) (5:43)
  2. Jamie Jones & Darius Syrossian - "Rushing" (Afterparty Basement mix) (5:36)
  3. Darius Syrossian - "Come On Come On" (extended mix) (6:33)
  4. Darius Syrossian - "Kouka" (Warehouse Basement mix) (6:17)
Review: Jamie Jones and Darius Syrossian are both house heavyweights, but with very different vibes. It's fascinating that they have come together on this EP then, with their collaborative "Rushing" opening the EP in steamy fashion. It features a well worn vocal repackaged on bulky, bass driven house drums that are designed to get the crowd pumping their fists. The "Afterparty Basement Mix" is even harder hitting with some chords layered in for extra fun, then Darius goes solo on the flip for "Come On Come On", which fits in with his rolling, well sampled house style and is a sure fire crowd pleaser. The more stripped back and hypotonic "Kouka" is perfect for big spaces and bringing crowds together to march to a beat.
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Funk & Fear (Umwelt remix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 014. Rel: 07 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Escape From Grenoble 2018 (5:12)
  2. Hydraulic Funk (6:35)
  3. Machine Outil (6:14)
  4. Machine Outil (Umwelt remix) (5:46)
Review: Amato brings the kind of nasty electro business that fits right in on Helena Hauff's mighty Return To Disorder stable, and you know it's serious from the opening strains of the VHS noir monster "Escape From Grenoble 2018". "Hydraulic Funk" takes things slower, coming on like a freaky Frak flipside and sounding excellent for it. "Machine Outil" takes things in a more muscular direction that sounds built for bench presses and body jerks - the consummate peak time sledgehammer. Umwelt takes this sturdy starting point and demolishes it into a hailstorm of acid malevolence that'll melt your face clean off.
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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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  1. Catch Me If You Can (Huerta remix) (7:44)
  2. Stormy Skies (Nick Beringer 7am dub) (6:42)
  3. Reservoir (Pascal Benjamin remix) (7:25)
  4. Catch Me If You Can (Jorge Savoretti Ethereal dub) (7:08)
Review: Michael James' "Winds Of Change" EP was a big look for Constant Black, and now the eminent minimal house label draws on a hit list of sharp shooters to deliver some deadly remixes. Huerta is up first with an angular but rolling dub twist on "Catch Me If You Can", before Nick Beringer pings things in a wonderfully hazy direction with his "7am Dub" of "Stormy Skies". Pascal Benjamin gets into a tight, focused funk on his version of "Reservoir", and then Jorge Savoretti flies in an "Ethereal Dub" of "Catch Me If You Can".
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Played by: Burnski, Subb-an, Lola Allen
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AESTHETIC 04 (Kepler remix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AESTHETIC 04. Rel: 07 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Calibans Dance (7:41)
  2. Lessons (6:54)
  3. Twelvty (7:21)
  4. Twelvty (Kepler remix) (6:41)
Review: The Aesthetic label is steadily growing as yet another strong side to the Constant Sound empire, and they're sounding fit as a fiddle with this latest drop from Niko Maxen. "Aesthetic 04" leads in with "Calibans Dance", a swirling, dubbed out affair with intriguing percussive tones to add an intriguing edge to the stripped back house groove. "Lessons" has a heads down, twitchy demeanour it's impossible to resist, and then "Twelvty" summons up some elegant synth strokes that hover in between the shuffling beats. The latter provides more than enough inspiration for Kepler to deliver an astounding remix that plays around with bouncy arps and pointed house rhythms in his inimitable style.
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  1. Dawl & Sween - "Laser Guided" (6:02)
  2. Skywave Transmission - "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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Bappi (12")
Cat: HOTC 140. Rel: 10 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Bappi (5:59)
  2. Bappi (Warehouse mix) (6:42)
Review: Jamie Jones has been busy in the studio after another busy summer lighting up Ibiza, because this is one of two new offerings this month. It finds the agenda-setting Welshman on his own Hot Creations and in collaboration with The Martinez Brothers. Between them this celebrated collective lay down "Bappi", all drilling bass and razor sharp hi hats that are deep but driving. Flip over for a "Warehouse Mix" which recalls old school Windy City basslines and pixelated chords lighting up the bare bones grooves.
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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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Kingdom Of Loving Hearts (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SMR 21. Rel: 03 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Cornucopia - "Nature Boy" (7:50)
  2. DSF - "Panacea" (8:12)
  3. Bongneck - "The Robber's Daughter" (Ghiz Retouch) (6:06)
  4. Makebo - "Unknown Beauty" (9:09)
Review: Moscow's Shanti Radio imprint has been on fine form of late, offering up must-check 12s from DSF, Lost Desert, Volen Sentir and many more. Here they offer up their first multi-artist EP of 2019, an undeniably attractive and ear-pleasing affair that effortlessly joins the dots between deep house, tech-house and more percussive tribal flavours. Highlights are plentiful throughout, with our picks including the string-drenched, bittersweet brilliance of Makebo's "Unknown Beauty", the sub-heavy throb of Ghiz's tasty rework of Bongbeck's "The Robber's Daughter" - all rolling hand percussion, insanely weighty bass and picturesque melodic flourishes - and the sunset-ready dancefloor bliss of Cornucopia's impeccable "Nature Boy".
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Offworld (clear vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: HTH 115. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Techno
  1. 237,000 Miles (4:39)
  2. Shepperton Moon Landing (5:17)
  3. Offworld Memory 3 (8:03)
  4. Front Screen Projection (4:31)
  5. Arse End Of The Moon (5:50)
  6. Morning Ritual (6:54)
  7. The Grid - "Floatation" (SR Offworld mix) (12:53)
Review: Under the Special Request alias, Paul Woolford has released some stellar music this year. Astonishingly, "Offworld" is his third album of 2019; it could well be the best, too. It explores different sonic territory too, drawing heavily on electro, futurist Detroit techno, Boards of Canada style IDM and the slick 1980s productions of Jam and Lewis. The result is a stunningly beautiful, spacey and far-sighted set that contains some of Woolford's most emotion-rich work to date - and that's saying something. It also finishes in stunning style with an impeccable remix/re-make of the Grid's "Floatation" that sounds like the best early 90s Orb remix you've never heard.
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Seveneleven (reissue) (140 gram vinyl 12" repress)
Cat: THL 006R. Rel: 07 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Seveneleven (7:30)
  2. Seveneleven (Closedonsundays mix) (4:32)
  3. Seveneleven (Sanaramalonger mix) (8:29)
  4. Seveneleven (Ozzy mix) (5:18)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Thule are back on the Icelandic techno reissue trip, this time returning to a serious classic from Sanasol (Yagya & Thor) that originally came out in 1997. This particular, highly sought after, gem leads in with the majorly heady house throb of "Seveneleven (Original Mix)" which piles the dubby processing and lush melodics on heavy while still retaining a sense of airiness to uplift the soul. By contrast, the "Closedonsundays Mix" focuses on a tough but crooked beat and that undulating bassline for a completely different flavour. On the flip, the "Sanaramalonger Mix" returns to the mellower flow of the original but with a more submerged finish and some pronounced dub stabs. Then the "Ozzy Mix" finishes the package with a minimal take that prefigures the upsurge of dubby clicks n' cuts laptop beats that would explode in the years to come. Essential tackle for all deep techno explorers.
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The Idiots Are Winning (reissue) (limited splattered vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 14 BCLP2. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Lump (6:09)
  2. Quiet Drumming (5:25)
  3. 10101 (6:06)
  4. Idiot Clapsolo (5:00)
  5. Corduroy (6:22)
  6. Lumpette (1:32)
  7. Idiot (7:33)
  8. Flute (4:53)
Review: Holden's 2006 debut album was an astonishing one that gets a timely reissue on double crystal-clear splatter vinyl. A high watermark for proudly synthetic and computer made music, it was the bold arrival of an artist who endures as an innovator to this day. "The Idiots Are Winning" is a masterclass in unhinged grooves, glitchy electronic sounds and mutant sounds that set a new benchmark in experimental textures, sound design and dance floor clout. "Idiot" is the standout banger, "Lump" is more trippy and heat workout, and "10101" is the twitchy and mesmeric workout you cannot escape. Music as idiosyncratic as this doesn't come along too often, and even 13 years left it still sounds fresh.
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Played by: M50
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Access EP (12")
Cat: LIVITY 036. Rel: 08 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Heart Piece (5:02)
  2. Run (6:38)
  3. Contactless (6:02)
  4. SYNC-2020 (6:03)
Review: A new enigmatic duo from London named Two Shell present Livity Sounds' next installment. Their debut "Access EP" draws influence from the South London underground of the late '90s and early 00's, with a nod to more contemporary Bristol sounds across these four wicked tracks. From the off-kilter stepper that is "Heart Piece', through to the glacial and deconstructed dub techno of "Contactless" and the rolling bass-driven entrancer "SYNC-2020" - they have forged an EP of warm but stripped-down, deft UK style grooves to mark an anthemic debut. More groundbreaking future sounds from the ever reliable Bristol label.
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Played by: M50
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Enweye (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: YOYAKU 002. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Nowel (6:33)
  2. Jowanne (6:39)
  3. Nowel (Varhat remix) (6:58)
Review: Four years ago, Vincent Lemieux + Guillaume & The Coutu Dumont made their collaborative debut as Flabbergast via a fine EP on Circus Company. They've been silent since, meaning that this belated sequel on Yoyaku feels like a big release. "Enweye" operates towards the deeper end of the stripped-back tech-house spectrum, with the duo wrapping intergalactic synthesizer melodies around rock solid kick drums, crashing cymbals and fluid tribal percussion on impeccable opener "Nowel". "Jowanne" is arguably even deeper, with cascading ambient lead lines tumbling down over a shuffling rhythm track and more tropical drum hits. Over on side B, Varhat offers his interpretation of "Nowel", in the process delivering a loose-limbed tech-house percussion jam with hazy, sun-kissed melodies occasionally rising above the sweat-soaked beats.
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Orbital Dream EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: JROOM 001. Rel: 07 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Levar Del Sole (6:30)
  2. Orbital Dream (6:31)
  3. Orbital Dream (Cosmjn remix) (7:34)
  4. Eclipse (5:38)
Review: J Room steps up with a contribution to the minimal tech house conversation that sees emergent artist Jale making a strong statement with three powerful original tracks and a remix from Cosmjn. Jale's style leans on Detroit string synths for a sense of melancholic grandeur, and densely packed rhythm sections that bump as much as they punch. "Orbital Dream" takes things in a dreamy after hours direction, and "Eclipse" works up some rugged synth trysts that snap around a subtly broken beat. Cosmjn's remix of "Orbital Dream" is not to be slept on either as it subtly adjusts the accent of the groove to make an immersive tech house roller par excellence.
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Played by: Julien Sandre
 in stock $9.18
The Director's Cut Chapter 5 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AX 083DC. Rel: 09 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Solar Cycles (4:53)
  2. L8 (4:16)
  3. Above Waiting Worlds (3:48)
Review: For those who dig Jeff Mills but don't have the time or money to hoard records from his extensive back catalogue, the ongoing "Director's Cut" series showcasing hard-to-find gems from his discography is a godsend. Volume five begins with a trip back to 2015 and "Solar Cycles" - an alien-sounding, otherworldly mid-tempo techno loop jam - from the limited edition, USB-only "Proxima Centauri" album. Side B begins with the bleeping tribal techno hustle of "L8" from 1998's "Skin Deep EP", before Mills offers us a chance to drift through space via 2006 track "Above Waiting Worlds", which is one of his most intergalactic and cinematic dancefloor cuts to date (and that's saying something).
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Cat: INFUSE 036. Rel: 10 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Double Cable (8:32)
  2. Camp Trip (7:27)
  3. Basic Truth (7:45)
 in stock $10.25
Slink (12")
Cat: DB 209. Rel: 10 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Slink (6:03)
  2. Please Oh Please Oh Please (6:36)
 in stock $10.25
Cat: SL 023. Rel: 01 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Valis (5:39)
  2. Sci Fi Jazz (5:56)
  3. Funky Emotions (5:46)
  4. Funky Emotions (Break mix) (6:01)
  5. Space Is An Ocean (5:15)
Review: Two years after they offered up the first part in the "Retrofitted Future" series, Primary Perception partners Mahy and Nichel Cruz return to Slow Life with volume three. They hit the ground running with "Valis", a crunchy romp through bold analogue bass, twisted acid lines and spacey electronics, before bouncing their way through more melodious, warm and ear-catching territory on the aptly named "Sci-Fi Jazz". Side B boasts two versions of "Funky Emotions" - the low-slung, bass-heavy and decidedly futuristic original mix and the altogether deeper and dreamier "Break mix" - as well as utterly gorgeous ambient track "Space Is An Ocean".
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Cat: TRB 02. Rel: 04 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Want Some Candy (7:07)
  2. Voyage (6:20)
  3. Frantic (6:44)
  4. Just Housin (6:04)
Review: Tribe Recordings' second missive is another standout techno affair, this time from Dawl who has been making big moves this year on Better Sound Italy, Tone Dropout and Hypnohouse. His futuristic sound hits that perfect sweet spot between techno and electro, all with a deeply cosmic edge. "Want Some Candy" manages to be super slick and sleek with a pumping bassline that will wiggle your backside. The intergalactic journey continues on the more textured and brain frying "Voyage" and completes with the acid laced jack track "Just Hausin" which is a real fist pumper.
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Cat: 8BIT 152. Rel: 09 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Be Youself (7:04)
  2. Take U (7:35)
  3. Take U (instrumental) (7:36)
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  1. Alex Picone - "Hard, Intens & Makes No Sense" (4:55)
  2. Charonne - "Nocturama" (5:04)
  3. Charonne - "Phunketeers" (7:52)
  4. Cobert - "Caramara" (7:49)
 in stock $10.78
Cat: 3 N0003. Rel: 08 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Lizergid (12:54)
  2. Erbiton (6:46)
  3. Mental Spaceship (5:50)
Review: Venetian imprint Yay present the third installment of their sublabel 3N0 by Aljaz Gnezda aka Eliaz. The Slovenian producer's second EP features three minimal cuts from the wonkier end of the spectrum. Eliaz is said to have made the low slung acid bounce of "Lizergid" on the A side in 2013, before he switched to a mainly hardware setup. The other tracks on the flip are brand new: the tripped-out breakbeat action of "Erbiton" and the entrancing afterhours raviness of "Mental Spaceship". The man is slowly but surely becoming one of the prominent characters of his local scene.
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HPNHS 001 (12")
Cat: HPNHS 001. Rel: 09 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Dawl - "Output" (6:10)
  2. Trippsy - "Flashback" (7:01)
  3. Fede Lijtmaer - "Passing By" (7:46)
  4. Wulffius - "Salty Breeze" (5:53)
Review: Some wicked underground sounds coming out of Ukraine (and beyond) on offer here by new imprint Hypnohouse. Darren Woollard aka Dawl who has been putting out some wicked grooves on Libertine, Furthur Electronix and Klasse Wrecks lately gets into some proper bleep techno action on "Output" while Kiev-based Trippsy finishes up the A side with the strobed-out and tunnelling sensations of "Flashback". Flip over for Uruguay's Fede Lijtmaer who channels some Dopplereffekt vibes on "Passing By" followed by Wulffius' retro techno jam "Salty Breeze". Tip!
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REGIS/VARIOUS
Let Love Decide Part 1 (limited 2xLP)
Cat: DNLP 025. Rel: 09 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Cub - "Teenage Fists" (6:06)
  2. You Hung - "The Truth Was Different" (live) (5:04)
  3. Fret - "Helicopter Rig" (4:51)
  4. Concrete Fench - "Track 5" (2:46)
  5. Simon Shreeve - "The Space Between Cultures" (4:50)
  6. Obelus - "Scale Reference" (4:29)
  7. Layne - "Raising Up, Removal" (4:22)
  8. Khrone & Mjolsness - "5th Recording 7" (5:43)
  9. DVA Damas - "People Say I'm Cool"
Review: This fine compilation from Regis' Downwards label has been trailed as a kind of "family portrait" of where the imprint stands in 2019, offering a slew of exclusive tracks including a heap of cross-generational collaborations. There is plenty to set the pulse racing throughout the collection. "EBM supergroup" You Hung impresses via the moody and clanking, mid-80s industrial vibes of "The Truth Was Different (Live)", while Obelus' "Scale Reference" sounds like Richard D James after a particularly potent bong hit. Simon Shreeve's "The Space Between Cultures" is a creepy slab of ambient/noise fusion, Layne's "Raising Up, Removal" is a delightfully out there journey into metallic electro headiness and DVA Damas' sub-heavy cut "People Say I'm Cool" is as stylish and, let's face it, cool as the title suggests.
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R&S
Cat: RS 1913. Rel: 01 Oct 19
Bass
  1. Hard To Say (9:02)
  2. Tournesol (10:38)
Review: Fresh from remixing Goldie classic "Crystal Clear" for the veteran producer's reissue of 1997 album "Saturnz Return", Djrum (real name Felix Manuel) offers up his first single in nearly two years. "Hard To Say" seemingly surges from the speakers, with ambient style deep space chords, blissful female vocal snippets and tactile aural textures rising above a blisteringly fast techno beat. This high-octane pace continues on "Tournesol", a cheerily positive affair that wraps chiming, new age style melodies and humid tropical flourishes around another sweaty, non-stop beat. Like the A-side, it's impressively ear pleasing but also percussively intense, especially when the Aphex Twin style mind-altering acid lines make an appearance midway through.
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Dorian Blue Part 2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: THEMA 049.5. Rel: 30 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Dorian Blue Loop (0:14)
  2. Structures (6:27)
  3. Structures Loop (0:12)
  4. Transport Loop 1 (0:08)
  5. Transport Loop 2 (0:08)
  6. QU49 Loop (0:08)
  7. Sector2 Loop (0:07)
  8. Traumatized Loop (0:08)
  9. Interactive Loop 1 (0:09)
  10. Interactive Loop 2 (0:09)
  11. Interactive (3:43)
  12. Digitize (3:56)
  13. Digitize Loop (0:12)
  14. Transgender Loop 1 (0:10)
  15. Transgender Loop 2 (0:10)
  16. Transmitted Loop (0:10)
Review: The Advent made for a perfect addition to the formidable Thema catalogue, and now he's back with the second volume of his "Dorian Blue" series. There are plentiful loops to get creative with, but the fully-formed tracks have their own cyclical qualities to inspire technically-minded DJs. "Structures" is an urgent, tightly wound piledriver, while "Interactive Loop" and "Digitize" cuts both take a sprightly, Motor City-styled approach to electro. With loops derived from these classy tracks and more besides, there's a lot to get the creative juices flowing as well as bodies popping.
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Lost (12")
Cat: OTON 124. Rel: 08 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Bangalore (12:29)
  2. Love Lost (6:20)
  3. Start Trying (6:18)
Review: Japanese artist Sunao Gonno's idiosyncratic sound has appeared on labels such as Endless Flight, International Feel and Beats In Space over the years, where he's dabbled in shoegaze, kosmische and psychedelia as heard on 2015's breathtaking "Remember The Life Is Beautiful" or on last year's contemporary jazz outing "In Circles" with Kazuhiko Masumura. An accomplished DJ also, he's no stranger to Berlin's Panorama Bar, where Nick Hoppner (Touch From A Distance) has long held a residency. The two artists collaborate for the first time on "Lost", featuring three sublime sonic journeys: go deep into the exotic on "Bangalore" with its world music influence, or chill to the vivid downbeat tones of "Love Lost" until "Start Trying" returns to the program with its neon-lit aesthetic plus breakbeats reminiscent of the rave era.
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Cat: ACOLOUR 017. Rel: 09 Oct 19
Progressive House
  1. Section Two (5:14)
  2. The Tracking System (5:40)
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Kernel (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: KEY 014. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Scale (6:10)
  2. Particle (5:21)
  3. Fraction (4:58)
  4. Trickle (5:17)
 in stock $9.18
Cat: BOBSTATE 002CD. Rel: 08 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Tokyo Tokyo
  2. Skylon
  3. Cannonball Waltz
  4. The Ludwig Question
  5. Huronic
  6. Landau
  7. Westland
  8. Trinity
  9. Ujala
  10. Carbonade
  11. Pulcenta
  12. Angol Argol
  13. Bushy Bushy
  14. 13 13
  15. Crab Claw
Review: Mancunian legends Graham Massey and Andy Barker reunite for the first 808 State album in 17 years. They recorded the new opus "Transmission Suite" in the Granada studios (where they once performed live on television 30 years ago) and looked to their hometown's club scene as their main source of influence - along with the timeless aesthetic of Detroit which has always influenced their style. Across this collection of "sonic landscapes" (as described by Massey) you'll hear the booming acid electro of first single "Tokyo Tokyo" and "The Ludwig Question", through to off-kilter jams like "Westland", futurist house grooves of "Ujala" and a modern reboot of classic "Angol Argol".
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 in stock $10.25
Transmission Suite (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: BOBSTATE 002LP. Rel: 08 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Tokyo Tokyo (4:53)
  2. Skylon (4:41)
  3. Cannonball Waltz (5:15)
  4. The Ludwig Question (4:30)
  5. Huronic (3:45)
  6. Landau (4:08)
  7. Westland (3:22)
  8. Trinity (3:17)
  9. Ujala (4:51)
  10. Carbonade (3:47)
  11. Pulcenta (2:10)
  12. Angol Argol (4:18)
  13. Bushy Bushy (3:38)
  14. 13 13 (4:01)
  15. Crab Claw (3:15)
Review: Mancunian legends Graham Massey and Andy Barker reunite for the first 808 State album in 17 years. They recorded the new opus "Transmission Suite" in the Granada studios (where they once performed live on television 30 years ago) and looked to their hometown's club scene as their main source of influence - along with the timeless aesthetic of Detroit which has always influenced their style. Across this collection of "sonic landscapes" (as described by Massey) you'll hear the booming acid electro of first single "Tokyo Tokyo" and "The Ludwig Question", through to off-kilter jams like "Westland", futurist house grooves of "Ujala" and a modern reboot of classic "Angol Argol".
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 in stock $19.94
Pronto Arpeggio (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: R$N 21. Rel: 01 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Pronto Arpeggio (10:50)
  2. Pronto Arpeggio (KiNK remix) (6:37)
  3. Shooreee (9:24)
  4. Shooreee (Ruf Dug remix) (6:05)
  5. Atchu (7:11)
Review: Since signing with Ransom Note Records in 2016, Bawrut has been on a fine run of form. Remarkably, this is the Madrid-based Italian's fifth EP for the imprint and it's every bit as memorable as its four predecessors. Like much of his work, title track "Pronto Arpeggio" is rich in razor-sharp analogue electronics, with high register arpeggio synthesizer lines rising above punchy beats, manic drum fills and mind-altering acid motifs. It's successfully toughened up by KiNK before Bawrut returns with "Shooreee", another boldly percussive and constantly building exercise in analogue electronics manipulation. Ruf Dug's brilliant remix takes the track to another level entirely via even denser drums, rougher acid riffs and more glistening lead lines, while "Atchu" is a chugging chunk of late night acid sleaze.
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 in stock $9.18
Cat: MOANV 08. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. DJ W!ld - "The Cunninglinguist" (6:38)
  2. DJ W!ld - "The Cunninglinguist" (Guti remix) (7:44)
  3. Rich Nxt - "Perfect Poet" (Reboot Clabuster remix) (8:10)
  4. Rich Nxt - "Perfect Poet" (6:53)
 in stock $9.18
Cat: IT 042. Rel: 01 Oct 19
Electro
  1. External Observer (5:55)
  2. Fuzzy Clouds Of Potential Existence (7:01)
  3. Coming Up For Air (5:07)
  4. Mechanistic Control Fantasies (3:28)
  5. Terminal Phase (3:02)
Review: Following fine releases on Shipwrec, Natural Sciences and Return To Disorder, masked electro/techno misfit Galaxian (real name Mark Kastner) makes his first appearance on Ilian Tape. The Glasgow-based producer starts in suitably big fashion via "External Observer", where what sounds like an orchestra of synthesizers gets to work over a skittish, bass-heavy electro beat, before exploring more dystopian dancefloor pastures on the moody, alien-sounding and otherworldly "Fuzzy Clouds Of Potential Existence". On side B he gives his out-there interpretation of early jungle ("Coming Up For Air"), batters a broken computer into submission and makes electro gold out of it (the slightly melancholic "Mechanistic Control Fantasies") and soundtracks the end of days (or possibly Brexit) on weirdo closing cut "Terminal Phase".
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Played by: M50, Ali Renault
 in stock $11.33
  1. Bloody Mary - "Acetic" (6:28)
  2. Splice - "Tactile" (6:40)
  3. Thomas P Heckmann - "The Space Between" (9:50)
Review: Following up appearances by veterans such as Josh Wink, Hardfloor and Acid Rain (Milton Bradley), Dame Music takes no prisoners on the third installment of The Melting Pot, delivering another series of unrepentant 303 ultraviolence. Label chief Bloody Mary steps up to deliver the punishing and disorienting psychedelia of "Acetic" awash in gliding resonance from that little silver box plus clattering 909 mayhem. Splice then lunges straight for the jugular on "Tactile", a frantic session where the abrasive overdrive of the kick will have you begging for mercy. Finally, the legend Thomas P. Heckmann returns since his appearance on the series' first episode - he delivers the seething restrained fury of "The Space Between".
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Played by: Vincent Inc, S-File
 in stock $9.98
Cat: FIGUREJAMS 007. Rel: 09 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Radio Slave - "Shelter" (8:05)
  2. Radio Slave - "Shelter You" (4:36)
  3. Deetron - "The Body" (7:19)
  4. Deetron - "Cercle" (5:01)
Played by: Ben Sims, S-File
 in stock $10.25
Cat: 4 W720. Rel: 10 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Afro Tech (7:25)
  2. Detune (7:13)
 in stock $11.06
Annie EP (12")
Cat: ANDROMEDA 010. Rel: 10 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Mai Ramai (9:53)
  2. Mai (4:10)
  3. Vortex (7:07)
  4. Annie (7:23)
 in stock $11.60
Utakata EP (12")
Cat: PRK 001. Rel: 01 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Cooktail Piano (6:32)
  2. Colin (7:36)
  3. Chloe (6:48)
  4. Water Lily In The Lung (6:46)
Played by: Jaffa Surfa
 in stock $11.33
Knowledge (12")
Cat: OG 200. Rel: 10 Oct 19
Deep House
  1. Corners Couch (6:11)
  2. Snap Happy (7:54)
  3. Shoddy Shoes (7:16)
  4. Granular Jaunt (6:55)
 in stock $12.14
In Harmony (12")
Cat: RED 003. Rel: 08 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. In Harmony (9:07)
  2. In Harmony (Leiris Kah Tao remix) (7:27)
 in stock $11.06
COC 002 (limited blue vinyl 12")
Cat: COC 002. Rel: 10 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Late Run (7:20)
  2. 909's Dreams (7:43)
  3. Late Run (Kirik remix) (6:45)
  4. Next Week (8:24)
Review: Alex Pervukhin has enjoyed a productive 2019. This rock solid four-tracker on Colours Of Crocus marks the Ukrainian producer's fourth single of the year, following similarly impressive outings on Recordeep, Hubble Recordings and his own Laconica imprint. It's an attractive and warming affair, with Pervukhin effortlessly fusing elements of late '90s UK tech-house and the dreamy, spacey end of the deep house spectrum. Opener "Late Run", whose melodic flourishes, tactile synth bass and intergalactic electronics are wonderfully immersive, is the benchmark, with Kirik's flipside remix offering a tougher and more hypnotic take on the same seductive elements. Elsewhere, "909's Dreams" is more driving but no less atmospheric and melodious, while "Next Week" is a fine chunk of drowsy late night hypnotism.
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Cat: ATIPICLAB 006. Rel: 01 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Agera (10:17)
  2. I Don't Wonder (7:48)
  3. Ultrak (7:34)
Review: Priku's new diffusion series Atipic Lab has brought us some killer material of late, by some right heroes of the Rominimal scene such as Arapu, Vlad Arapasu and Cosmijn. The latest edition comes from the ever reliable Vincentiulian, who first appeared on the label back in 2016 with the brilliant Atipic 002 - which we consider a modern classic. Expectations are high, then, for ATIPICLAB 006 and he certainly didn't let us down. From the obtuse yet mesmerising bounce of A side cut "Agera", to the more straight ahead B side cuts such as "I Don't Wonder" which shows off Vincent's knack for crafty and infectious rhythm programming, and the funky afterhours groove of "Ultrak" with its smooth rolling bass.
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Played by: Julien Sandre
 in stock $10.52
Phobia (12")
Cat: SNDST 66. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Phobia (6:31)
  2. Unify (7:06)
  3. MBF (6:13)
  4. MBF (Marco Bailey remix) (6:16)
 in stock $7.83
Cat: TEV 006. Rel: 10 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Calypso (7:05)
  2. Life's A Risk (8:12)
  3. BCN (7:28)
  4. Polorize (7:42)
 in stock $9.70
The Bell (12")
Cat: BP 055. Rel: 03 Oct 19
Techno
  1. The Bell (5:17)
  2. Initials (5:48)
  3. Timbre (5:48)
Review: James Ruskin's Blueprint label might be more than 50 releases deep, but it is still turning out vital techno. Famous beer lover Truncate is behind this latest no nonsense three tracker and first up he races out of the blocks with the wall rattling kicks and brilliantly linear grooves of "The Bell" which indeed has some eerie bell sounds bringing mystery to proceedings. "Initials" is for the messier late night hours, with loose synths unfolding in unpredictable patterns and melting your mind. "Timbre" is then the atmospheric closer that takes you inwards. Timeless stuff.
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 in stock $8.91
Cat: PRRUKBLK 048. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Vinicius Honorio - "Time & Space" (5:03)
  2. Berg Jaar - "Masam" (Chord mix) (6:13)
  3. Rorsch - "Eclipse" (5:57)
  4. Linn Elisabet - "Remain Them" (6:52)
 in stock $9.18
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