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Zuwood (12")
Cat: MOTO 012. Rel: 18 Jul 17
Techno
  1. Cow (4:44)
  2. Muffin (6:23)
  3. Cool (4:38)
  4. Cheese (5:39)
  5. Mountain (5:57)
Review: Robert Crash's new TC White alias offers an ulterior shade of raw here, made possible by Swiss newbie label Moto. This is proper bangin' material from start to finish, kicked off with the liquid-like patterns of "Cow", a grungy house banger masterminded by heavy folds of mutant bass and crusty drums; "Muffin" splits the tempo down to a magnificently awkward broken beat with a deep, off-kilter sensibility. On the flip, "Cool" travels under a much murkier, more swamped sort of disguise, while "Cheese" is barely able to contain its inebriated groove from melting apart amid distorted tape hiss and loose instrumentation, which leaves "Mountain" to provide a little disco comfort to this mighty fine, utterly loopy EP of true-school house music.
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Zurhyrethm (2xLP)
Cat: EM 1153DEP. Rel: 23 Sep 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Zurhyrethm (10:02)
  2. Mild Mind Bending (5:02)
  3. RIP 505 (3:50)
  4. Gazing Beat (9:13)
  5. Bugs Groove (4:44)
  6. Doo Dah Dah (3:24)
  7. Dreams (2:31)
Review: Osaka's Koshiro "YPY" Hino built his reputation on a series of fearlessly experimental cassette releases, before breaking cover to deliver a 12" of frazzled techno on Nous last year. Zurhyrethm marks his long-form vinyl debut, and contains eight suitably experimental tracks stretched across two slabs of wax. While there are clear tropical influences, a humid feel and nods towards the visceral pleasures of ambient, Hino's greatest strength is his eccentric drum programming. Zurhyrethm's dense - but often subtly mixed - percussive backing dominates throughout, with nods to African and South American rhythms, Sweet Exorcist's C.C.CD-era "clonk techno" (look it up), and the metallic clanking of classic industrial music.
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Played by: RIZZOLO DJ
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Zona X (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ISLA 20. Rel: 29 Apr 19
Electro
  1. Transhumano (feat ZDBT) (5:36)
  2. Anestesia General (6:31)
  3. Sin Sistema (6:19)
Review: Original music from Vancouver based producer NAP has been intermittent on the electronic music scene, but now the Isla boss has finally dropped a 12" of deadly, textured and fresh-sounding electro for our bodies and minds. "Transhumano" features ZDBT and has all the hallmarks of Stingray-friendly future shock machine funk, but the particular approach to pads and melodies has a distinctive, moody slant that chimes with the hazy sound of Canada's West Coast. "Anestesia General" is another needlepoint, uptempo workout that packs layer up on layer of darting rhythms and blippy synth lines into the mix. "Sin Sistema" completes the set with a more subdued but no less detailed box jam workout.
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Cat: WNK 012. Rel: 08 Feb 18
Techno
  1. Zoe Price (7:25)
  2. Hayley Roach (6:32)
  3. Laura Pomeroy (6:23)
Review: Yaleesa Hall returns to his Will & Ink imprint with some fascinating techno derivatives on the Hayley Laura EP, although these are much more straight ahead than his usual stripped down experiments - best heard on his 2016 debut album. Beginning with the electro-bass assault of "Zoe Price" bringing that UK style sound popularised by Carl Finlow or Radioactive Man in true style. "Hayley Roach" with its splintered beats and and tunnelling sequences are reminiscent of Regis' output in the late '90s, while "Laura Pomeroy" being the the most atmospheric cut on offer here - going down a more lush and hypnotic route. This is the first solo output from the Amsterdam based producer on the label.
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Zibaldone III of CVX (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BH 047. Rel: 03 Jul 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Protesta Humana (2:39)
  2. Fleurs Pour Simone (part 1) (1:53)
  3. Every Tyrant In History (5:43)
  4. Invectors (3:43)
  5. Fleurs Pour Simone (part 2) (1:58)
  6. Exhibit 'A' Smartphone (3:46)
Review: Rather unexpectedly, the third CVX release, to date, comes through on Berceuse Heroique, an imprint which seems to be following and replicating just about any genre or sub-culture form the past, making it a perfect example of post-post-modernism in action. Zibaldone III of CVX, a serious previously restricted to the Laura Lies In label, is undoubtedly a wild and wicked concoction of nebulous sonics that are all driven by a toxic, merciless percussion which spews from all angles with a certain mechanical fashion. It's an honourable third edition of the series, and we hope this marks a beginning of a new dawn for CVX. Wicked style.
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Cat: CPU 0011100 1. Rel: 15 Mar 18
Electro
  1. CIA UFO Google Search (6:09)
  2. De-Pattern (4:25)
  3. The Sleep Room (5:40)
  4. Weep For Joy (4:56)
Review: Central Processing Unit chief CP Smith is keeping tight-lipped about the identity of the shadowy producer(s) behind the Secret State project. Smith describes this debut EP as "an attempt to rise above the all-pervasive, vacuous, decaying culture." We'll let you judge whether the men or women of mystery have succeeded in that aim, but we certainly think it's a fine EP. By CPU standards, it's a rather eclectic affair, flitting between druggy, arpeggio-driven alien funk ("CIA UFO Google Search"), ghetto-tech influenced deep electro (the wonderful "De-Pattern"), sparkling dacenfloor electro positivity ("The Sleep Room") and glistening, bass-heavy techno/proto-house/deep house fusion (sublime closer "Weep For Joy").
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Zephyr (12")
Cat: SA 15. Rel: 04 Mar 19
Techno
  1. Brawd (6:24)
  2. Cysuron (6:30)
  3. Treigl (7:17)
  4. Rhyddid (6:11)
Review: Modular techno maestro and Freerotation big cheese Steevio is on fine form on "Zephyr", his first EP of 2019. He kicks things off with "Brawd", where undulating electronic motifs and faintly foreboding snatches of melody wind their way around a rolling techno groove, before offering up a swinging, off-kilter take on tropical techno rich in darting minor key melodies and jazzy sub-bass. Turn to the flip and you'll encounter two more chunks of modular dancefloor hypnotism: the slowly shifting, head-in-the-clouds throb of "Cysuron" and the melodious but off-kilter tech-jazz flex of hard-to-pigeonhole EP highlight "Rhyddid".
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Zenstory (12")
Cat: ECHOECHO 003. Rel: 07 Aug 18
Techno
  1. Clouds (5:37)
  2. Contour (6:51)
  3. Zenstory (prelude) (5:37)
  4. Zenstory (8:10)
Review: Credo boss Alex Bau returns with some deep dub techno excursions on the fittingly titled Echo Echo imprint - a new Echocord sublabel. With previous releases on top labels like CLR, Kombination Research and Cocoon - you can trust this veteran A.M. specialist. From the glacial and cavernous "Clouds" and the introspective dub of "Contour" nailing that Basic Channel vibe of old. On the flip, we get two versions of "Zenstory". The first (prelude) being a chilling ambient version while the second is a stripped back epic that builds full of tension and suspense throughout.
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Zehn/Zehn (12")
Cat: OSTGUTLP 2010. Rel: 13 Jun 16
Techno
  1. Marcel Fengler - "Fallin'" (feat Elif Bicer) (6:55)
  2. Etapp Kyle - "Nolah" (6:18)
  3. Steffi - "Ioweborschtel" (5:51)
Review: All good things come to an end. Part ten of ten in Ostgut Ton's tenth various artists' compilation and they've recruited some of their superstar residents to give their very best. Marcel Fengler's restrained fury on "Fallin' (feat. Elif Bicer)" almost sounds like something off the soundtrack of a sci-fi film where dramatic elements face off with Bicer's angelic voice. Etapp Kyle's "Nolah" is another example of his well executed hypnotic techno with a nod to the master himself Robert Hood. Finally Steffi's "Loweborschtel" is the kind of surefire sub-aquatic electro funk and the standard in quality you'd always expect from the Dolly boss.
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Yguana (12")
Cat: AVN 036. Rel: 17 May 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Alpaca Vision (6:42)
  2. Annapurna Ritual (7:31)
  3. Macao (7:41)
  4. Borneo Memories (5:53)
  5. Yguana (5:53)
Review: Plants Army Revolver debut on Avian. The Italian live act will join Avian for a five track EP showcasing the pair's breadth as producers. Working within the bounds of a carefully refined sound palette, Marco Ragni & Birgan Valentin look to the more muted, tentatively melodic end of loop Techno, with excursions into washed out Ambient & leftfield Electronica, placing the focus on sound texture & tone.
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Yevpatoriya Satellite (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: KMV 01. Rel: 03 Dec 18
Techno
  1. Entity
  2. Yevpatoriya Satellite
  3. I've Had Enough To Look Down
  4. Yevpatoriya Satellite (Stanislav Tolkachev remix)
  5. Windswept
Review: Hailing from Crimea, Stas Karpenkov's Krym Mryk label is a direct line into the most intriguing techno-oriented diversions transmitting from Russia and Ukraine. In a similar vein to the likes of Udacha and Ghost Zvuk, Krym Mryk is brimming with the kind of originality and expression that makes records such as these essential purchases. "Entity" presents a calm, icy ambient lead in before the quivering, dubby techno pulse of "Yevpatoriya Satellite". "I've Had Enough To Look Down" is a writhing, biomechanical synth work out of the highest order, and "Windswept" finishes the EP off in a gentle blizzard of drones. A serious draw for this record as well is the Stanislav Tolkachev remix, which nudges "Yevpatoriya Satellite" into dynamic broken techno territory with a powerful synth wave channel coursing through it.
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Played by: Mark Forshaw
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Yes Or No (12" + insert)
Cat: HAPSKL 007. Rel: 16 Jul 15
Techno
  1. Yes Or No (5:19)
  2. Summer Time In Coloniae (5:07)
  3. Going By (5:36)
Review: The Happy Skull label hasn't been afraid to look locally for inspiration, with The Kelly Twins sourcing some fine output from Bristol types Marco Bernardi, Rhythmic Theory, Kowton. But 12"s from Throwing Shade and Creta Kano suggests their feelers extend much further too! The latest Happy Skull release extends an invitation to Cologne and the severely under rated Andreas Gehm, a man who really knows how to abuse his acid lines to great effect. Lead track "Yes Or No" is the sort of cut you keep in your record box for the sweaty moments deep into a set when you really want to beat down the dancefloor. "Summer Time In Coloniae" does offer a more pensive side to Gehm's palette and perhaps inspired the Twin Peaks artwork on the 12", whilst closer "Going By" is ocean deep.
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Yek (12")
Cat: NONPLACE 044. Rel: 14 Nov 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Yek 128-12 (4:48)
  2. Yek 64-11 (3:17)
  3. Yek 132-11 (4:34)
  4. Yek 122-12 (4:40)
Review: Mohammad Reza Mortazavi is the perfect companion to Burnt Friedman's steely, minimalistic shades of broken dub techno. The Iranian percussionist comes as a surprise addition to the Nonplace catalogue, but he certainly makes for an even more cerebral drumming experience than the already off-kilter world of Friedman's tunes. Both the A-side's mixes of "Yek" are just on the right side of dark, combining Eastern influences together with colder, more industrial executions from the West. On the B-side, we have a similarly frenetic experience, where metallic drums collide with deep baselines and polyrhythmic flows spanning the full circle. Well, this might just be our favourite Nonplace yet!
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Year Zero EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PS 000. Rel: 09 May 17
Techno
  1. Year Zero (5:49)
  2. Nuestra Planeta (6:18)
  3. Year Zero (9T9T remix) (4:55)
  4. Nuestra Planeta (9T9T remix) (6:51)
Review: Year Zero" is a first release on Post Scriptum's own label and in a sense it is a manifesto defining it's musical identity. No space here for a sound targeting the current techno mainstream. There is dirt, and the pinch of imperfections, very characteristic of avant-garde electronics and industrial well known for the quite nearby past. On the A side, there are compositions appearing like shutters from experiments conducted in the secret laboratory. The rhythm is giving the appropriate weight, while the rest is a musical conglomerate of sounds and synthesis building up a feeling of anxiety. A swarming energy, a modulation, an uncertainty and lurking somewhere danger are surrounding us.On the flip side are remixes constituting the lighter counterpunch. Motor eurhythmics bringing to life the old good Detroit techno definitely of a dance-floor character, making this material ideal for an interesting set.
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Yamaha Acid (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BNB 002. Rel: 09 Apr 18
Techno
  1. Honda
  2. Yamaha
  3. Suzuki
  4. Toyota
Review: Kalbata has turned his hand to many styles over the years, not least the excellent soundsystem explorations of Congo Beat The Drum, but on this second release for his label Brush & Broom, he's decided to fling himself into the fiery pit of acid while paying tribute to 90s motocross bikes. "Honda" is dripping with 303, punctuated by a twitchy set of drums, while "Yamaha" takes a diversion into moodier territory, letting hazy chords set the tone for an energised but defiantly heads down acid workout. "Suzuki" is a bit spicier, capturing the essence of 'up-for-it' early Trax Records but edging it into more hypnotic, looped up territory. "Toyota" finishes the EP off with an atonal bleep out with an electro undercarriage.




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Xrated (reissue) (2xLP + poster)
Cat: GXD 002. Rel: 17 May 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Wicked & Beautiful (7:41)
  2. TuchPulses (edit) (6:49)
  3. Dominatrix (5:12)
  4. Mistress Awaits You (5:06)
  5. Hot Cherry (4:37)
  6. Soft & Deep (8:15)
  7. Spanking For Pleasure (6:18)
  8. Report Now (5:22)
  9. Doom At The Dorm (4:18)
  10. Dare You Play (5:33)
Review: Under the SolarX alias, Roman Belavkin was one of the leading lights of the Russian IDM scene in the mid-to-late '90s, though very few copies of his cassette and CD releases ever made it in to record stores outside the former Soviet Union. Furthermore, this is the first ever reissue of Belavkin's 1997 sophomore set, "X-Rated", an album that remains a firm favourite in the Russian electronic underground. There's much to admire throughout, with Belavkin effortlessly joining the dots between the skittish, angular rhythms of Autechre, Rephlex-esque "Braindance", Aphex Twin style ambient, early Squarepusher-esque "drill and bass" business and hypnotic ambient techno.
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X To C (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MB 04. Rel: 15 Jul 19
Techno
  1. X To C (5:08)
  2. Gripper (7:43)
  3. The Edge (5:40)
Review: Robin Ball's Memory Box dips once more into the acid-laced honey pot and comes up with the lysergic maestro Luke Vibert, who delivers a crucial gurgler in "X To C" that ranks amongst his most incisive 303 workouts in recent memory. A snappy 808 drum line and quintessential vocal chops make this an all-round masterful jam for heads down moments in the dance. Robin Ball himself steps up on the B side with two equally proficient cuts, from the big and bold peak time propulsion of "Gripper" to the punchy tech-noir of "The Edge".




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WSDM 004 (limited 12")
Cat: WSDM 004. Rel: 24 Feb 16
Bass
  1. Alex Coulton - "Radiance" (6:12)
  2. Chevel - "Tailwind" (4:20)
  3. Simo Cell - "Escape The Fate" (6:30)
Review: For the fourth release on their promising Wisdom Teeth imprint, founders Facta and K-Lone have turned to the combined talents of old pal Alex Coulton, Italian produer Chevel, and fast-rising studio boffin Simo Cell. Coulton kicks things off, delivering a deliciously heavy and floor-friendly concoction that sits somewhere between broken techno, contemporary bass music, and the kind of comforting deepness more associated with hazy house productions. Chevel does an excellent job of calming things down, layering up bleeping electronics and ambient textures to create something reminiscent of mid '90s IDM, before Simo Cell attempts to "Escape The Fate" on a creepy cut that combines fizzing hi-hats and wonky ambient melodies, with drum programming and musical touches borrowed from EBM and industrial
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Wrong Movemnts (clear vinyl 10")
Cat: SATOTEM 003. Rel: 06 Dec 18
Techno
  1. Wrong Movements (Circles) (4:47)
  2. Wrong Movements (Left) (6:25)
  3. Wrong Movements (Right) (3:06)
Review: Stepping up for the third release in the series is Berlin legend Efdemin -- bringing a three-track journey that is unequivocally enduring and flexible for journeys on-and-off the dancefloor.
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Played by: Ben Sims, Brian James
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Cat: MOJUBA 007. Rel: 30 Aug 07
Deep House
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
Review: Nick Sole is back on Mojuba! If you ever asked yourself how deep-house should sound like, now you have the chance to experience. The a-side of "World Dubbing" is an epic ocean of the deepest house sounds that will blow you away with its hypnotic organic feel and harmony. The b-side is a dancefloor shaking drum track with a catchy dubby atmosphere. Get it while you can!
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Cat: WORKSHOP 27. Rel: 21 Oct 19
Deep House
  1. Rise March Mellow (6:23)
  2. Highway Daydreams (7:13)
  3. Domingo Nap (4:01)
  4. Sharp & Shallow (8:40)
Review: Under the clever Even Tuell alias (say it quickly out loud if you don't get the gag), Paul Rollmann has been a valued member of the Workshop family since 2009. Here he returns to the Hardwax affiliated deep house imprint with his first release of any sort for almost five years. Rollmann is in fine form throughout, opening with an alluring combination of crunchy, off-kilter machine beats and Music From Memory style ambient melodies (the wonderfully melodious "Rise March Mellow") before opting for a dustier and more lo-fi sound on pastoral techno workout "Highway Daydreams". "Domingo Nap" is a wonderfully spaced-out journey into trippy ambient territory awashed with delay-laden electric guitar motifs and fuzzy sub-bass, while closing cut "Sharp & Shallow" is a defiantly left-of-centre romp through glassy-eyed electro.
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Working K (12")
Cat: STOCH 002. Rel: 29 Mar 17
Techno
  1. Working K (main mix) (8:21)
  2. Working K (Work It Out mix) (4:38)
  3. Working K (Krikor edit) (5:15)
  4. Working K (SB Forgotten Sounds mix) (6:40)
Review: Despite the pastoral, park-based imagery utilized on the sleeve, Denis Morin's Working K is hardly a paragon of gentle beauty. While the main mix does make use of some picturesque elements - twinkling pianos, cascading guitar lines and birdsong - these have been heavily effected with delay and reverb, and tumble down over a restless kick drum pattern and wild electronics. The trippy Work It Out Mix begins as a field recording-heavy ambient house number, before morphing into a chunk of quirky, tropical-fired oddness midway through. Elsewhere, Krikor turns it into a lo-fi EBM throbber, while the EB Forgotten Sounds Mix teases maximum beauty from Morin's original sounds whilst ensuring a steady dancefloor pulse.
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Working Class Woman (LP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 250. Rel: 05 Oct 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Your Biggest Fan (4:24)
  2. Work It (4:25)
  3. The Psychologist (4:41)
  4. Lara (3:08)
  5. Day Dreaming (4:13)
  6. The Tunnel (3:35)
  7. Workaholic Paranoid Bitch (4:51)
  8. So Right (5:07)
  9. Burn Me (5:16)
  10. La Chambre Interieure (3:02)
Review: Earlier in the year, modern minimal wave and coldwave hero Marie Davidson signed a high-profile deal with Ninja Tune. Here, she makes good on that contract, following a couple of killer singles with what could be her strongest album to date. After setting the tone with clandestine, tongue-in-cheek opener "Your Biggest Fan" - a creepy spoken word cut taking aim at stalker-line fans to the accompaniment of heavy analogue synth bass and creepy computer bleeps - Davidson giddily flits between elastic dancefloor workouts (the brilliantly sleazy "Work It" and mind-altering "Workaholic Paranoid Bitch"), attractive post-EBM instrumentals (the psychedelic and fizzing "Lara"), meditative ambient melodiousness ("Day Dreaming"), bizarre experimental weirdness (the suitable dystopian "The Tunnel"), and stylish analogue pop (the whispered vocals and off-kilter early morning funk of "So Right").
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Cat: ZENCD 250. Rel: 05 Oct 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Your Biggest Fan
  2. Work It
  3. The Psychologist
  4. Lara
  5. Day Dreaming
  6. The Tunnel
  7. Workaholic Paranoid Bitch
  8. So Right
  9. Burn Me
  10. La Chambre Interieure
Review: Earlier in the year, modern minimal wave and coldwave hero Marie Davidson signed a high-profile deal with Ninja Tune. Here, she makes good on that contract, following a couple of killer singles with what could be her strongest album to date. After setting the tone with clandestine, tongue-in-cheek opener "Your Biggest Fan" - a creepy spoken word cut taking aim at stalker-line fans to the accompaniment of heavy analogue synth bass and creepy computer bleeps - Davidson giddily flits between elastic dancefloor workouts (the brilliantly sleazy "Work It" and mind-altering "Workaholic Paranoid Bitch"), attractive post-EBM instrumentals (the psychedelic and fizzing "Lara"), meditative ambient melodiousness ("Day Dreaming"), bizarre experimental weirdness (the suitable dystopian "The Tunnel"), and stylish analogue pop (the whispered vocals and off-kilter early morning funk of "So Right").
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Work A Change (double 12")
Cat: OTON 122. Rel: 17 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Be True To Me (5:27)
  2. Sight From Above (5:00)
  3. Help Me Understand (5:13)
  4. Help Me Understand (instrumental) (5:15)
  5. Until You're Begging (6:01)
  6. Internal Bleeding (4:13)
  7. Work A Change (5:29)
  8. Work A Change (instrumental) (5:31)
Review: While Steffi and Virginia have been working together on and off for the best part of a decade, "Work A Change" is undoubtedly their most significant collaborative work to date (both in terms of its expansive nature and the quality of music on show). With Virginia handling singing duties throughout, "Work A Change" rides on waves of tasty electro grooves and hazy synth-pop motifs and futuristic electronics. It's a blueprint that guarantees goodness throughout, from the quietly euphoric shuffle of opener "Be True To Me" and the pulsating dancefloor fizz of "Help Me Understand" (one of two cuts showcased in both vocal and instrumental forms), to the high-tempo thrust of "Until You're Begging", the bass-heavy, future dancehall wonkiness of "Internal Bleeding" and triumphantly intergalactic title track.
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Played by: Ben Gomori, Steffi, Virginia
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Cat: BERG 012. Rel: 13 Mar 19
Techno
  1. Wonky Techno Banger (8:31)
  2. Devon Analogue (5:32)
  3. Nave Gazing (4:07)
Review: Bergerac head honcho Red Rack'em is back with yet another oddball jam for the first time since 2017's "Place For Me", and it's fittingly titled "Wonky Techno Banger". Tripped-out, hypnotic and well funky - this one is perfect for getting weird at the afterhours. Groovy and equally psychedelic disco mutations that you've come to know and love from the man are catered for as well, such as on the bass heavy and lo-slung "Devon Analogue" on the flip, which is followed by "Nave Gazing" - a deep, beatless and neon-lit expression in Arp 2600 minimalism.
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Witch Hazel (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: ADEPTH 012. Rel: 10 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Witch Hazel (9:23)
  2. Navigator (7:01)
  3. Witch Hazel (Nomadico remix) (5:53)
  4. Crossing The Boundary (7:27)
Review: A new aDepth audio record featuring Canadian Rennie Foster, including a remix of Nomadico (DJ Dex/Underground Resistance).
The title track Witch Hazel is a 9 minute long track with no breakdown and a minimal approach to arrangement, with organic elements cycling in and out subtly rather than obviously beginning and ending. A rolling half time, tribal groove drives the power of the track with a haunting vocal sample and layers of percussion creating a heady, polyrhythmic hypnosis on the dance floor. Not since Rennie's well known Devil's Water has he presented such an overtly occult offering as this extremely finely crafted EP, and this song represents the initial seduction of the record to the listener very effectively.
The second track, Navigator, is a drum machine driven workout, again with a polyrhythmic and tribal vibe, this time drenched in a rich, holographic pad that morphs and moves in unexpected ways. Minimalistic in presentation, this track is bass heavy and functional for the DJ, yet artistic and emotional.
The Nomadico remix by DJ Dex of Underground Resistance takes the elements of Witch Hazel and re-constructs them in a futuristic style with a more driving kick and molten Detroit attitude. A heavier techno approach to the piece, but still intact is the melancholic atmosphere of the original and siren song of the vocal sample. This mix includes a dramatic breakdown and unique arrangement familiar to fans of Nomadico's awesome Yaxteq label.
The last track on the EP is called Crossing The Boundary is possibly the only track in this style to sample distorted vocals usually associated with black metal, making this a very unique, perhaps polarizing, experiment in sound. Evocative of the desolation of deep space and suggestive of sonic dark matter. This track combines Rennie's singular approach to dub techno with ambient and drone music and the result is like nothing else currently in existence.
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Played by: Leah Floyeurs, G-Prod
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Wireless (double 12'')
Cat: HJP 49. Rel: 14 Apr 10
Deep Dubstep
  1. Wireless
  2. Anyi
  3. Voices No Bodies
  4. Dig
Review: Torsten Profrock’s T++ project has continually spread its wings since conception in 2005. Championed by fans of techno, dubstep, experimental and drum & bass alike, his latest EP for Honest Jons (and rumoured to be his last under this monkier) showcases the amalgamation of styles and sounds that has earnt the German such a far reaching fanbase.



If it does prove to be the final T++ release ever, then the alias will have left us with the most expressive and energetic of his works. Adding a real sense of personality, Profrock unearthed a handful of samples of the singer and ndingidi player Ssekinomu, recorded in East Africa in the 1930s and 40s in the label’s vaults for this release. Skilfully, the producer works these snippets into the complex rhythm structures, giving his music a human touch that has never been seen before. Profrock looks to the radical fringe of UK garage for the snapping 2 step vibe in these rhythms that remain central to all four tracks on the EP. This results in a clutch of tracks that take on an immensely tribal and subconsciously innate feel. They morph new structures from the forms of 2 step, techno and drum & bass around which Profrock wraps twisted FX and weighty sub bass to create one whole, throbbing organism.
So with quite possibly his final release, T++ leaves us, rather fittingly, with a record that sounds at once both ancient and modern. It has a totally unique tone, like a form of tribal language that can only speak to and be understood by today’s culture through these sub-heavy, atmospheric sounds.
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Winding Up EP (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: EPISODES 08. Rel: 05 Jun 17
Techno
  1. Looking Ahead (6:01)
  2. Lights Out (6:11)
  3. Cosmic Divide (6:29)
  4. Winding Up (6:43)
Review: Both Ike Release and John Barera have been buzzing in the underground community for some time now. Ike with releases on Mister Saturday Night, Finale Sessions, Skudge and MOS and John with releases on Argot, Just Jack and Zakim. Now they turn to Ike's Episodes imprint to supply more of their upfront and dancefloor ready cuts. Starting out on the A side with the new wave acid sensibilities of "Looking Ahead" and the ferocious retro jack of "Lights Out" which are sure to set the night on fire. On the flip, the neon lit aesthetic continues with "Cosmic Divide" and "Winding Up" respectively, which conjure the ghosts from those dusty analogue machines to stunning effect.
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Wilson Phoenix 05 (hand-stamped 140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: WP 05. Rel: 14 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Analogical (6:08)
  2. Gamma Meld (5:41)
  3. Automatic Africa (5:57)
Review: The fifth release from Wilson Phoenix on his own self-titled label continues the impressive pace set by this breakout techno artist. "Analogical" opens up the A side with a heavy-hearted, emotionally charged strain of techno tough and tender in equal measure. Things get spicier on the flip as Phoenix plays around with rhythmic structures to make a deadly, bass-charged broken techno belter under the name "Gamma Meld". "Automatic Africa" finishes the EP off with a tightly wound percussive work out - just the kind of interesting DJ tool track you want to spice your sets up with.
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Wilson Phoenix 04 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: WP 04. Rel: 18 Mar 19
Techno
  1. Dorphin (5:16)
  2. Dexed (4:40)
  3. Dugong (5:29)
Review: The mysterious Wilson Phoenix returns with another batch of muscular techno joints that'll wipe the floor with any half-hearted 4/4 pretenders. Considering how sought after his earlier releases are, don't expect this to hang around for long. The beastly 909 kicks on "Dorphin" would slot in perfectly with Head Front Panel's own blown out take on peak time rabble rousing techno, while the kick-clap sync on "Dexed" will get fists a-shaking. It's not all blunt drums though - there's plenty of peppy colour splashed all over this record to make it stand out from the crowd. This ain't no monochrome chugging business!
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Wilson Phoenix 03 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: WP 03. Rel: 19 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Between Mars (5:17)
  2. Moon Machine (5:00)
  3. Exo Planet (5:42)
Review: Thus far all we know about Wilson Phoenix is pressed into the previous two records the anonymous operator has released so far in 2018. That should be enough for techno heads with their ears to the ground - this is rough and ready hardware business for those who like it nasty. While not perhaps as willfully unhinged as Neil Landstrumm, it's very much in that sonic ballpark, not least on relentless acidic opener "Between Mars." Things get a little freakier with the pinging electro delights of "Moon Machine" before the rowdy rave beast "Exo Planet" levels the landscape with some brutal synth stabs that would sound at home on an early The Prodigy record.
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Played by: Skudge, Tripeo, S-File
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Cat: VIVOD 015 . Rel: 06 Mar 17
Techno
  1. William Bendix - "Dallas" (5:29)
  2. William Bendix - "Centurion" (4:44)
  3. William Bendix - "Dallas" (Lucky Koi remix) (5:24)
  4. Lewis J. Force - "Folkestone Nightclub" (3:46)
  5. Lewis J. Force - "Folkestone Nightclub" (Parasols remix) (7:09)
Review: In just three years Ali Renault's Vivod label has managed to release a staggering amount of music from rule-breaking disco mavericks, and so it continues unabated on this new slab from William Bendix and Lewis J Force. The former comes leaping into earshot with the splattering robo-boogie of "Dallas" in all its chaotic glory before switching stance with the dazzling synth glare of "Centurion". Lucky Koi is also on hand to take "Dallas" to task and does so to great, mutant breakbeat effect. On the flip Lewis J Force whips up a bouncy acidic storm with "Folkestone Nightclub", only for Parasols to come bowling in and dismember it in a most sonically gruesome of ways.
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Played by: Ali Renault
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Cat: NSMA 001. Rel: 06 Jun 18
Techno
  1. Will I Make The Turn? (7:21)
  2. Sorry...I Can't (6:35)
Review: Roshan Chauhan aka R.O.S.H. is a British producer and studio engineer that has released previously on his eponymous and Drumz For Eternity imprints, but now inaugurates the Negative Spaces label. The team behind the label held their first event in the intimate confines of London's Waiting Room back in March with Tasha, Object Blue and here is the first release. The A side features the rather hypnotic "Will I Make The Turn?" awash in spectacular layers of melody and all round futurist aesthetic. On the flip, it's a more straight-ahead affair with the bass driven "Sorry...I Can't" aimed squarely at A.M. dance floors with its strobe-lit/heads down aesthetic.
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Wilderness (2xLP)
Cat: FBLP 03. Rel: 05 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Pi Hahiroth (1:44)
  2. Prophetic Victory (7:07)
  3. Cloud By Day (7:19)
  4. Pillar Of Fire By Night (5:42)
  5. The Horse & The Ride (6:02)
  6. Is It Because There Are No Graves (2:14)
  7. Hover Over (7:04)
  8. Pilgrims Plea (11:59)
Review: The shadowy Frozen Border is back, however they're more prone to naming their artists these days than parent label Horizontal Ground. That being said, it's the mysterious Scarpa stepping up this time for the label. All we know is that he/she is from the U.S.A. and that Wilderness features typically dark and obscure techno experiments. Starting out with the dark soundscape of "Pi Hahiroth" it then ventures into the same knack for organic and broken groove of label mates Szare on "Prophetic Victory" or "Pillar Of Fire By Night". As you may have noticed by now, biblical references are a constant throughout the album. "Cloud By Day" and "The Horse And The Ride" are the real highlights on here; the kind of detailed and atmospheric techno that at times the label is synonymous with... and packed with such ferocity! It goes out all guns blazing with the epic 12 minute journey that is "Pilgrims Plea". Tip!
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Played by: Bran Lanen
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Cat: VV 013. Rel: 01 Sep 14
Techno
  1. Zishethe
  2. PM Entertainment
  3. Black Plants
  4. Purple Earth
Review: Valcrond Video, the label run by sound and image artist Luke Wyatt (Torn Hawk), Apresents VV-013 Russo's ""Wild Metals"". A
Russo (Ari Russo) is an NYC based multi-artist whose engagement with abandoned media finds an outlet in the video bursts he culls as OfficeFern. As a programmer, he's produced innovative music generation tools such as the Diamond Arpeggiator. He returns to his own music with this collection of challenging and transporting structures.A
Wyatt and VV are eager to endorse Russo's latest report on crossmodal perception, a true exercise in synesthesia.A
""Wild Metals"" sounds like ferns and orchids infiltrating a tableaux of black plastic electronics, the breed of black plastic that Russo and Wyatt both found sinisterly inserted into the grid of their childhood. It provided the skin for some of their favorite toys, and its general resonance was aligned with the fast cars, women, and architecture that dominated their imaginations.
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Why 2K (reissue) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PATH 001. Rel: 20 May 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Path (6:24)
  2. The Path (remix) (6:17)
  3. 319 (6:51)
  4. Give Me Insanity (5:30)
Review: New York techno mainstay Reade Truth has skirted around widespread recognition with a long-standing commitment to underground techno approaches recognised by those that know as some of the best in the business. This release sees him dust down the first release on his label Path, 20 years after it originally did the business. It's high time tracks like "The Path" that get a fresh airing - the dynamic, detailed approach to drum programming and warm acid undulations sound as relevant now as they did back then. "319" is a more reflective jam that heads into emotive, moody territory that highlights the breadth in Truth's sound, before "Give Me Insanity" round things up by taking it super-deep thanks to expansive pad sweeps and shimmering hats aplenty.
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Who Else (CD)
Cat: MTR 096CD. Rel: 22 Feb 19
Techno
  1. One United Power
  2. Wealth
  3. Prugelknabe
  4. Who
  5. WMF Love Song
  6. I Am Your God (album version)
  7. Fentanyl
  8. Wake Me Up When It's Over
Review: Is there a more forward-thinking and proudly distinctive outfit in contemporary electronic music than Modeselektor? Certainly, the German duo's latest album - their first studio set for eight years - suggests that they have few competitors for this crown. Underground but accessible, diverse but consistent thanks to the pair's fuzzy-but-polished production, the set sees them showcase a range of cuts that expertly meld club-friendly beats and sounds - think grime, techno, post-electro, acid house and the punchy-but-rubbery rhythms of UK funky - with skewed pop hooks, oddball vocals, hazy electronics and a big dollop of experimental intent. As you'd expect, the results are little less than superb.
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Who Else (LP)
Cat: MTR 096LP. Rel: 22 Feb 19
Techno
  1. One United Power (3:24)
  2. Wealth (4:06)
  3. Prugelknabe (3:26)
  4. Who (4:42)
  5. WMF Love Song (4:35)
  6. I Am Your God (album version) (4:17)
  7. Fentanyl (4:16)
  8. Wake Me Up When It's Over (5:22)
Review: Is there a more forward-thinking and proudly distinctive outfit in contemporary electronic music than Modeselektor? Certainly, the German duo's latest album - their first studio set for eight years - suggests that they have few competitors for this crown. Underground but accessible, diverse but consistent thanks to the pair's fuzzy-but-polished production, the set sees them showcase a range of cuts that expertly meld club-friendly beats and sounds - think grime, techno, post-electro, acid house and the punchy-but-rubbery rhythms of UK funky - with skewed pop hooks, oddball vocals, hazy electronics and a big dollop of experimental intent. As you'd expect, the results are little less than superb.
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Who Are Ya?? (gatefold LP)
Cat: ACIWAX 18. Rel: 14 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Supremacy Acid (5:00)
  2. Cleg Nut (3:18)
  3. Roy Shat Over Ref (4:25)
  4. All Aboard !!! (Slow) (2:57)
  5. Phaleon Acid 4 (5:36)
  6. Who Are Ya?? (3:46)
  7. PTP9 (3:36)
  8. Transmission 303 (3:54)
  9. Roy Monster Porn (part 3) (3:05)
  10. The Box (6:40)
Review: Roy Of The Ravers returns to his Acid Waxa stomping ground with a much needed vinyl pressing of last year's insanely good "Who Are Ya??" album. Keeping tracks these potent trapped on cassette would have been a crime, but fear not as they've been cut in all their squelchy, 303-baiting glory. There's a particular snappy appeal to Roy's style that makes it some of the most refreshing acid we've heard in some time, whether it's the proper naughty "Roy Shat Over Ref" or the slow-creeping acid of "All Aboard !!!" The vibe is raw and nasty throughout, just like how proper acid should be.
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Cat: WHYT 014. Rel: 22 Nov 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Flying Kites (11:30)
  2. Keep Me Close (5:31)
  3. Trace Of Smoke (5:52)
Review: London based producer Jules Venturini is up next for Whities, following up great releases by Avalon Emerson and Lanark Artefax. On the label's 14th edition, Venturini follows up some sludgy lo-fi techno/house derivatives on Polish label Brutaz with some more similarly rusty and dust covered aesthetics. Beginning with the 12 minute epic "Flying Kites" which channels early '90s British bleep IDM, until that fast hitting groove hits at just the right time towards the end. Lush ambient piece "Keep Me Close" works as an effective intermission of sorts on this grainy and saturated dream state captured to VHS. Finally, Venturini displays a more aggressive side as seen on his previous release with the gnarly and slow burning industrial electronics of "Trace Of Smoke".
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Played by: M50
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Cat: COTF 005. Rel: 09 Feb 15
Techno
  1. White Of The Eye
  2. White Of The Eye (Silent Servant remix)
  3. Sensory Balance
Review: 'White of the Eye' is the first release under "Nothing but Blood" from Scott Fraser, a direct link back to Scott's earlier 90's work and sound around the darker realms of techno and harder-edged Chicago house. The EP title refers back to a favourite Donald Cammell film of Scott's from 88'. 'White of the Eye' on the A-side is an 11 minute extended mix of the lead cut. Silent Servant on remix duties delivers an amyl fuelled techno bomb landing somewhere in an 80's new york basement. Diving deeper on B2 it features Atlanta resident Claire Elise Tippins on vocals.
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White Dub (CD)
Cat: SV 32. Rel: 30 May 19
Techno
  1. White Dub (Mr Cloudy remix)
  2. White Dub (Michael Mantra remix)
  3. White Dub (Mr Cloudy edit)
Review: Somewhat surprisingly, this collaborative album had its roots in a 2013 request from Michael Mantra for dub techno and ambient dub stalwart Mr. Cloudy to remix tracks from his Silent Season-released 2013 LP "Light In My Head". Six years later, and after sending parts and versions back and forth, the pair has conjured this set of lengthy, deep and mind-altering excursions. Mr. Cloudy provides versions of the collaborative "White Dub": an ultra-deep, spaced-out "Remix" that smothers a gentle, slowly shifting ambient dub rhythm in heavily processed snatches of field recordings and atmospheric aural textures around and a sparser, more spaced-out "Edit" that's closer in tone to Mantra's otherworldly, dub-influenced soundscapes. Sandwiched in between you'll find a hypnotic version by Mantra that was partly created using music concrete techniques.
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Cat: ONLY 10. Rel: 28 Aug 18
Techno
  1. Convergence (6:42)
  2. Maniac Lover (8:07)
  3. Luminous Seed Domain (7:56)
Review: One of the joys of Dan Curtin's far-sighted and futurist brand of techno is that his records never seem to age. The "When Worlds Align" EP was first released nearly two decades ago, but its three tracks have not aged one bit. This Only One reissue replicates the original track listing, starting with the rubbery techno-funk of "Convergence", where fluttering flute lines and darting Motor City synthesizer flourishes ride an action-packed bassline and swinging drums. "Maniac Lover" is a deliciously melodious chunk of loose-limbed tech-jazz full of machine drum solos and jammed-out keys, while "Luminous Seed Domain" is an ear-pleasing exercise in bespoke techno/deep house fusion.
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When Love Gets Cold (12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: PERCOLATE 001. Rel: 16 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. When Love Gets Cold (5:04)
  2. To Fall In Love (5:15)
  3. All I Want (6:06)
  4. Blessed (4:39)
Review: After years of promoting events, Percolate has decided to embark on a new project - Percolate Records. They welcome longtime friend, British producer Austin Ato, to take them on the first steps of their new journey. Ato has appeared on a wide variety of imprints lately, from Me Me Me and Delusions Of Grandeur to Futureboogie and even Defected. "When Love Gets Cold" opens with the sweltering and finely filtered disco loops of the title track, paving the way for bouncy and euphoric house anthem "To Fall In Love" (which is equally as disco-fied!) and emotive Detroit house banger "All I Want". Speaking of the Motor City: he shows he is equally competent at hi-tech soul (with a UK rave influence too) on the breakbeat-driven and evocative "Blessed".
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Cat: YER 027. Rel: 25 Oct 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Collage (3:25)
  2. Never Release The Tension (5:44)
  3. Ten Years (10:06)
Review: Whatever Makes You Feel Safe is a collaboration between Canadian producer and singer Marie Davidson and Berlin based Ukrainian sound designer Invisible Church. They met in Montreal during Red Bull Music Academy festival and shared the idea of exploring the concept of feeling safe both on a personal level and as a part of society. Quite different from what you'd usually associate with Davidson but still worthy of your attention all the same. Beginning on the A side with "Collage" featuring some chilling drone experiments over textural sound design and field recordings which allow Davidson's haunting vocals to carry the track further into the void. Sounds like a cross between OAKE and Lustmord. Next up "Never Release The Tension" delves further into pitch black territory on this contorted downbeat industrial thriller. Finally on the flip, we've got an epic 10 minutes of haunting esoterica in the form of "Ten Years" and features Theo Parrish on cymbals! The label recommends it as for fans the late Mika Vainio, Black Rain, CTI, and the Bladerunner OST. Pretty on point, if we do say so ourselves!
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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Cat: APRON 40. Rel: 24 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Aevea Forest (2:57)
  2. Ember (5:13)
  3. Entity (3:43)
  4. Her Theme (1:36)
  5. Purity (5:17)
  6. The Pneuma (4:47)
Review: FunkinEven's Apron label rarely, if ever, puts a foot wrong, whether putting out ragged techno, raw hip hop or whatever in between. It is Molinaro who steps up now after first landing on the label back in December 2017. The NTS host has long been a firm part of the London underground and has a lo-fi, frazzled sound that blurs the lines between a number of different genres. Here he offers spaced out and grizzled drum tracks, unsettling machine-made ambience and rough and ready beatdown that Theo Parrish would admire. It's been a long wait since his last release, but this EP was well worth it.
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What Is Your Name? EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TS19 02. Rel: 07 May 19
Electro
  1. What Is Your Name? (vocal mix) (7:10)
  2. What Is Your Name? (instrumental) (6:02)
  3. What Is Your Name? (Acidulant remix) (6:41)
Review: The resurgent Transparent Sound outfit (made up of UK electro veterans Orson Bramley and Martin Brown) have been riding high since their classic "Punk Motherfucker" got picked up for a reissue from Pressure Traxx, finding favour with the Club der Visionaere set. They're back on their own label with a rich and plentiful EP loaded with robotic box jams, leading in with the dark and seductive body popping beatdown "What Is Your Name?". The vocal mix is killer, but there's also the added bonus of an instrumental take for those who prefer a pure machine sound. Acidulant also steps up with a blinding remix that does a great service to the original, threading some seriously nasty synth wriggles and wobbles into the mix.
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Cat: MTH 06. Rel: 31 Jul 17
Techno
  1. Something Is Raw
  2. What Is Back
  3. What Is Back (Constructed By Gari Romalis)
Review: After releases from the likes of Myles Serge and Hakim Murphy, Mentha now turns to STK (also known as Stekke) for some sinister minimalist tackle from the dark side. "Something Is Raw" creeps along on a bed of grumbling drone as pin-prick percussion punctuates the gloom, and then "What Is Back" drops the bed of noise for an eerily sparse groover sure to unsettle the nerves of any listener. After all those subtleties, Gary Romalis does a damn fine job of edging a little more meat onto the bones of "What Is Back" without losing the vibe of the EP. With punchy yet muted drums and lashings of atmosphere, his remix makes the perfect counterpoint to STK's uneasy reductions.
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What A Mess! (limited numbered LP)
Cat: ATA 0PI. Rel: 15 May 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Track 1 (22:19)
  2. Track 2 (22:51)
Review: Staggeringly, "What A Mess!" marks Pepe Bradock's first full-length excursion for over two decades. As you might expect, it's unusual in the extreme, with inspirations including a "special diplomatic elephant" and a sound shaped via "a few mundane terms, picked randomly, then coupled with frequencies chosen in a spontaneous way for their presupposed properties or synchonicities". Musically, the LP stretches one continuous suite of title-less tracks over two sides of vinyl, with Bradock cannily combing far-out ambient sounds, deep space electronics, off-kilter rhythms, layered spoken word snippets, mind-altering lo-fi bass and deliciously weird experimental electronics. It's akin to the sort of fuzzy, out-there sample collage you'd get on a Tolouse Low Trax mix tape, but that's no bad thing. In fact, it's a very good thing indeed.
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 in stock $24.59
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