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Cat: ERS 032. Rel: 25 Sep 17
Deep House
  1. Steady Jam (DJ Nature remix)
  2. Steady Jam (DJ Nature dub)
  3. Pace, Movements I-IV (HOLOVR remix)
  4. Rain (Herron remix)
Review: Sad City's debut album was an absolute delight to behold when it landed late last year, and this remix package on Emotional Response does a great service to the quality of the original by offering up some truly outstanding new versions from impeccable talent. DJ Nature is one of the greats of heads down, dusty house, and his smoky handling of "Steady Jam" draws you in across two blissful versions that adorn the A side. On the flip, "Pace, Movements I-IV" gets a beautifully bubbly acid treatment from HOLOVR, and Herron plunges "Rain" into a murky bath of leftfield techno.
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Ambidextrous To Amphibious (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MTH 04. Rel: 13 Feb 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Sickness (6:48)
  2. Spaceness (6:11)
  3. Merge (6:05)
  4. Panty Hose Silences (6:44)
Review: Following the excellent instalment from DJ Skull, Mentha continues to gather pace as a house and techno label of note with this sublime offering from Hakim Murphy. While the Chicago native may be known for some bruising hardware house and techno a lot of the time, he's showing his more sensitive side on this release with delicate tracks that head into deep techno waters. The title of the EP says it all, as nimble, expressive beats merge with soothing, aqueous pad tones for a most satisfying of listening experiences. Fans of early deep techno a la B12 and Stasis will find much to enjoy here.
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Rainbow Bridge (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: JC 05. Rel: 14 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. Shinagawa Sunrise (9:04)
  2. Daiba (11:54)
Review: 
Following the successful reception of klodio's debut EP, the Tokyo-based producer spent the year playing shows in Japan with various upcoming artists like Fulbert and label co-founder Alixkun, and taking part in disruptive events such as Pow Wow School of Music.
When klodio decided it was time to start recording his second EP, he took a slightly different direction, going from Techno-influenced Detroit House to House-influenced Detroit Techno. "Shinagawa Sunrise" is a fast-paced retro-futuristic Jazz jam which climaxes on a fantastic sax solo by the young and talented Ilia Skibinsky. Daiba goes a step further in this Techno journey, flowing from glowing, light, syncopated chords to a dark and aggressive atmosphere, and back again to the relaxing chords.
More polished, singular, deep, and yet aggressive than "Toktroit", "Rainbow Bridge EP" brings another stone in the Asia-infused universe that the French producer is bringing to the world of electronic music.
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VEYG 001 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VEYG 001. Rel: 05 Feb 18
Deep House
  1. Mutual Romance (7:03)
  2. Virgo Love Affair (6:23)
  3. Filling Pieces (8:18)
  4. How We Live (6:51)
Review: Newcomer Tom Dicicco aka Veyg presents an ear snagging selection of leftfield beatdowns here for adventurous spinners on the fringes of the party. "Mutual Romance" is a quivering, shimmering trip through crooked house beats and crunchy yet dubby synth flourishes to delight the mind. "Virgo Love Affair" has a sweeter lilt, but it's no less wayward in its execution, but then "Filling Pieces" heads into more explicit deep house territory with some blissed out melodic content riding atop a deep diving US-flavoured rhythm section. "How We Live" ramps up the meandering dub processing, with tripped out filter sweeps and panning lending a psychedelic edge to this smoked out joint.
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Hypnagogo (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ARV 002. Rel: 26 Feb 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Error Hash Mirror Mountain
  2. Sea Dweller
  3. Hypnagogo
  4. Fast Rubber Taxis
Review: Following the excellent OHM compilation, Glasgow's Ambidextrous label continues its forays into vinyl editions with this sterling EP from label regular Solipsism, aka Craig Murphy. With an energised, dynamic sound that positively bursts out of the speakers, Murphy is flying the flag for leftfield electronica coming out of Scotland. "Error Hash Mirror Mountain" has the kind of overloaded yet melodic sound that you might expect from early Nathan Fake, although the wooziness is replaced by a rabid punch that shakes your cerebellum. "Sea Dweller" by way of stark contrast dives into a low-slung trip hop vibe, and the smoked out mood continues with "Hypnagogo" on the flip. "Fast Rubber Taxis" is equally slow, but it sports a sassy rhythmic strut that sets it apart from the other two downtempo tracks.
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Eastern Strike (180 gram transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: RASSVET 002. Rel: 19 Mar 18
Uplifting Trance
  1. Main Loop
  2. Chording
  3. Rassveting
  4. Main Loop Locked Groove
  5. B A D
Review: After launching with a buttechno 12", Russia's leading exponent of leftfield techno fires up his RASSVET label under his own name with a trip into the strange middle ground between trance and coldwave. "Main Loop" is certainly obscure in its leaning, coming on like an 80s soundtrack refrain, but there's no mistaking the dazzling leads undergoing surgery in "Chording". This is deconstructed trance mangled for the post club generation, all the euphoria straining against aggressive digital processing to create a very unsettling listening experience indeed. Trance aficionados will be aghast, techno snobs will be up in arms, and the new wave of heads drawing on all genres great and small will be relishing in the post modern madness of it all.
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Raindrops (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DR 002. Rel: 27 Nov 17
Techno
  1. Ignore
  2. Steam
  3. Raindrops
  4. That F Sound
Review: Nathan Melja drew some favourable attention with choice outings on Mister Saturday Night, Black Opal and Technicolour, but now he's steering his own label Dream Real as a vessel for his wayward but warm sonics. This second release keeps the psyched out tone of his previous work intact, offering up four jams of illustrious synth work and fractured beats for the adventurous souls out there. "Ignore" is a vaporous cut of stuttering drums and fuzzy chord shapes, while "Steam" sports a more clearly defined rhythmic pulse for the deepest house heads. "Raindrops" cools things down to a downtempo lilt, and then "That F Sound" nudges towards a leftfield techno domain that Melja ably makes his own.
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A Dangerous Game (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FARB 014. Rel: 07 Sep 15
Deep House
  1. New Each Day (7:58)
  2. Human Together (5:01)
  3. A Dangerous Game (6:40)
  4. A Dangerous Game (909 version) (6:29)
Played by: M50, Our Mutual Friend
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Personal FX (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DISCO TRECE. Rel: 04 Dec 17
Techno
  1. $ LFO
  2. Personal FX
  3. John Cage Is My Homeboy
  4. Sai Ying Pun
Review: Hailing from Hong Kong and more commonly found recording as S.Y., this release is the first music the producer has put out as Dopamine Rider, and it's certainly a record that thrives on unpredictable rushes of chemicals to the brain, making it a perfect fit on Discos Capablanca. "$ LFO" sports a techno framework of sorts, but it's really a vessel for strange ripples of FX and one-shot tones, but then "Personal FX" ramps up the freakiness with some atonal machine whirring that sounds like it's been wrenched from an errant modular system. "John Cage Is My Homeboy" is positively delicate in comparison, but it's by no means straight laced, and "Sai Ying Pun" finishes this adventurous EP off with a strange drum track that adds a little spice to the DJ tool format.
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Buried Answers (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NAAR 007. Rel: 26 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. Buried Answers
  2. Buried Answers (Jamie Blanco remix)
  3. Literate
  4. Literate (Tiago Team Fumo remix)
Review: Not An Animal Records was formed in 2015 out of the ashes of the London-based party Bad Passion, and has thus far welcomed the likes of Man Power, Ess O Ess and Eric Duncan to release on the label. Now they turn to James Hadfield, a relatively new producer previously spotted on To Rack & Ruin and Me Me Me. On this four-tracker he deals in brooding synthwave tones mixed with classic jack track rhythms. "Literate" is just the kind of taut, sinister club creeper we can't get enough of, while "Buried Answers" takes a skippier but no less moody approach. On the remix front, Jamie Blanco takes the prize, turning "Buried Answers" into a bombastic slice of driving synth pop.
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Horn Wax 10 (limited hand-stamped & numbered 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HW 10. Rel: 21 Mar 16
Techno
  1. Antoni Maiovvi - "Point Of Return"
  2. TX Connect - "Indecency Beats"
Review: 400, 12" 180g, hand stamped, individually numbered records, single press only.
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Abyssopelagic (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FIN 003. Rel: 19 Jan 15
Techno
  1. Abyssopelagic
  2. Abyssopelagic (redux)
Review: "Abyssopelagic" is the third release on Tresor Berlin resident Marcel Heeses label Finitude Music. This time he teamed up with d_func. aka legendary Berlin producer Alexander Kowalski who has been around for almost 20 years and surely needs no further introduction. The title track is a slow piece of nautical Techno aiming at the bigger floors. As the title suggests the B-Side includes a stripped-down version of "Abyssopelagic" for the deeper moments on the floor.
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Cat: JR 006. Rel: 04 Sep 17
Techno
  1. Blackhall & Bookless - "Links" (Battle rework)
  2. Blackhall & Bookless - "Links" (Bleak remix)
  3. Chad - "Afters"
  4. Chad - "Afters" (ASOK remix)
Review: Three years in, Blackhall & Bookless' Jaunt label is becoming a serious force for forward thinking, fractured techno exploration. On this split EP with Chad, the duo take the A-side and present two different versions of "Links". The "Battle rework" is a tense and dramatic tumble through dub techno soundscapes, while the "Bleak remix" pares the elements down to a more focused, minimalist thrum. Chad presents a wholly different vibe on the flip, using rich, warm synthesiser tones to draw you in to "Afters", and then Scenery regular ASOK takes up remix duties on the track with an immersive version that borders on breakbeat.
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Pene D'amore Part 1 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CDA 019. Rel: 02 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Surdinia
  2. Meccanica
Review: Having previously popped up on ESP Institute, Juan Ramos teams up with Trent to form Greenvision, making their first appearance on the home of freshly squeezed discoid deviance, Cocktail D'Amore. "Surdinia" takes over the A side with a bombastic array of peak time devices in its utility belt, from bubbling acid tweaks to gluttonous monosynth leads and a chunky set of drums. "Meccanica" is no slouch either, laying down thick slabs of synthesized grease in pursuit of a different kind of party track. This is unusual, distinctive club music for those who want the crowd to stop and pay attention.
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Cat: O\O 002. Rel: 01 Jun 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Group V (7:51)
  2. Despot (6:00)
Review: Hot on the heels of his inaugural release in January, Braiden introduces Slewis, a new producer on his emerging Off Out label. After years of honing his craft in the studio and playing in experimental bands, London born Slewis makes his mark on his debut with two equally bold dancefloor cuts. Group V opens with an extended twisting cacophony of synthesizers before breaking down into metallic driving machine funk. On the flip, Despot delves deeper down the rabbit hole as EBM influenced sounds and syncopated claps dance around a bed of paranoia, leading to a tense breakdown populated by a flurry of spasmodic drums.
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Played by: Lo Shea
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ARS Trip (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VV 026. Rel: 10 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Access Code (Decor version)
  2. Bleep Shots
  3. Access Code (Mr Husk Unmix)
  4. ARS Trip
Review: Having been spotted splurging out guttural techno mischief on Super Rhythm Trax and No Logo, G-23 gets invited to Torn Hawk's Valcron Video label with more of that deviant sonic behaviour to share with the world. There is sludgy bass, strangled acid and clattering percussion aplenty on lead track "Access Code", while "Bleep Shots" throws down hard and raw with an utterly sick mix of grotty drums and gnarled synth blots. There's a Mr Husk "unmix" of "Access Code" which adds some extra melodic strains into the melee, and then "ARS Trip" finishes the EP off with some end of days tone damage for anyone left standing.
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Standalone (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ARV 003. Rel: 23 Apr 18
Techno
  1. Anxiety (5:21)
  2. Scatterbrain (4:53)
  3. Data_Loss (6:06)
  4. Data_Ctrl (3:59)
Review: Chris Weeks has been building up the Kingbastard catalogue for a long time now, generally taking a self-reliant approach in the underground electronica scene where CD-r releases reign supreme. He's been a key figure on Ambidextrous since the label launched back in 2008, and now he's committed to wax with a range of crunched up leftfield sonics for the machine-loving crowd. "Anxiety" is a melodic cut with a house-minded structure, but there's a lot of production acrobatics and compositional swerves taking place within this framework. "Scatterbrain" is more overtly out there, tapping up the kind of heavily processed sounds that producers like Paradroid have championed in the past. "Data_Loss" strike a heavy blow somewhere between dubstep and electro, and "Data_Ctrl" ups the tempo for a rabble-rousing exercise in mind-bending machine music.




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Purge (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DSR 002. Rel: 23 Oct 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Day Of Wrath
  2. Exuviae
  3. Never Meant To Exist
  4. YYYY
  5. Lara Dies
  6. Finding Inside
Review: New Sydney-based label Deep Seeded has a clear mission to subvert conventions about club music, and new signing ptwiggs is right in there with the kind of otherworldly grime weirdness that you might find around the likes of Visionist, Rabit and other such sonic tinkerers. There's plenty of brutality at work on "Day Of Wrath", while "Exuviae" aims for something airier while getting sideswiped by distortion and trance leads. There are calmer moments, but it doesn't take long for intense levels of sound design, sampling and raucous processing to shake up the situation.
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Excuses (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIVOD 019. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Techno
  1. Way Ahead
  2. Croatian Households
  3. Labud Loop
  4. K Stands For..
Review: Having crept out of the tape undergrowth and respected haunts like Clan Destine and Always Human to earn more civilized recognition on BANK Records NYC and Bliq, Strahinja Arbutina makes the move to Vivod for yet more of that edgy, leftfield techno business that keeps mothers awake at night from worry. The grit, noise and distortion has been faithfully carried through from the cassette-based roots of Arbutina's sound, but these tracks are more than ready to do the damage in the dance (where you're less likely to find a tape deck). Hold on tight as the likes of "Way Ahead" give the sound engineer a fright when they think the system has overloaded.
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Played by: Ali Renault
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Cat: 1000. Rel: 03 Jun 11
Deep House
  1. Intro
  2. State Of Emergency
  3. Maybe 1 Day (feat Tony Coates)
  4. Child's Play (Lil Strick mix)
  5. Fear No Fear (feat Don Q)
  6. A Soldier's Story
  7. War Dance
  8. Under Tone
  9. Bar Room Brawl
  10. What Up Doe (Omar S remix)
  11. Yllabian Dogfight
  12. 100% Hustler
  13. Buckle Up
  14. Final Hour
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