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Cat: PFTLP 01. Rel: 06 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. Techno Notice (6:36)
  2. Breathe (7:42)
  3. Across The Delta (7:55)
  4. Sacrement (7:15)
  5. Lost (7:00)
  6. Every Kind Of People With Any Kind Of Soul (7:35)
  7. Signs & Wonders (7:39)
  8. New Roots (7:53)
Review: Rhythm Plate are absolute powerhouses when it comes to delivering top-notch tech house, and they're back once again on Pressed For Time with this sizable payload of classy joints. There's a timeless quality to this stuff, whether it's the late-night swirl of "Sacrement" or the choppy, quirked-up groove of "Every Kind Of People With Any Kind Of Soul". Out of time and out of mind, the Plate just bring the kind of satisfaction to club music that could launch a thousand sessions. For the late night crew, for the mid-morning rollers and the sophisticated toe-tappers in between, sink your ear-teeth into this generous serving but whatever you do, don't call it an album.
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Defining Circles EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BEDDIGI 163VIN. Rel: 06 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Andromeda (8:34)
  2. Orbis Alius (8:19)
  3. Sensor (6:50)
Review: Following on from his Bedrock debut on John Digweeds latest Quattro album, Miles Atmospheric delivers this excellent 3 track EP titled 'Defining Circles' which has had a very limited vinyl pressing. All tracks have been thoroughly road tested by John Digweed amongst many others.
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Cat: OUTBAN 02. Rel: 07 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. 433 (6:13)
  2. 4111 (5:43)
  3. 399 (5:44)
  4. 444 (5:58)
  5. Pullupthetune (3:37)
Review: A couple of months after inaugurating the Outban imprint with a vibrant EP of mind-altering retro-futurism, Bakked returns with a speedy sequel. He first joins the dots between early '90s bleep techno and purist tech-house ("433"), before opting for a deeper and more ghostly take on the same bleeping futurism on "4111". "399" sees him switch tack and offer-up a breakbeat-powered romp laden with warehouse-ready riffs and New Jersey organ licks, while "444" adds sunrise-ready dreaminess to a vintage Detroit techno inspired rhythm track. Arguably best of all though is closing cut "Pullupthetune", a deliciously intergalactic tribute to the more spacey end of mid-'90s drum & bass.
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out of stock $13.89
Cat: PIV 026. Rel: 06 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Office Gossie (6:09)
  2. Through The Walls (6:45)
  3. Femme (6:09)
  4. Through The Walls (Jt Donaldson remix) (7:45)
Review: With wind in his sails following a surprise outing on Djebali, Nik Prunk returns to the good ship PIV Limited and sets a course for peak-time tech-house dancefloors. It's plain sailing from the off, with ear-catching opener "Office Gossip" cannily joining the dots between warm, bass-heavy West Coast dub house and the kind of future-focused tech-house hedonism that was once all the rage at pioneering UK club Wiggle. The attractively toasty retro-futurism continues on "Through The Walls", a soul-flecked vocal number that adds a little percussive crunch to a San Francisco style deep house cut. Scene stalwart JT Donaldson delivers a superb remix of that cut focused on jazz-funk bass, spacey chords and pitched-up drums, while "Femme" is the kind of groovy, bumpin' and Rhodes-laden deep house jam that Dubtribe Soundsystem used to knock out in their sleep. In a word: essential.
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11 (12")
Cat: MOI 011. Rel: 10 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (8:18)
  2. Track 2 (8:23)
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Can't Dance (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MEANDER 029. Rel: 10 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Can't Dance (7:25)
  2. Sonsuz Seconds (7:13)
  3. Kelime Bir (7:09)
  4. Kelime Iki (7:03)
Review: Those stylish minimalists at Meander are back with more of their superbly stripped down sounds. At the helm for this latest trip is Alci, who brings the clipped electronic funk to his opener "Can't Dance" which will surely have many people trying to prove they don't suffer from the same issue. "Sonsuz Seconds" is more airy and deft, with incidental chords floating above a rugged drum line that is nice and rickety. "Kelime Bir" gets into melon twisting late night territory with its bendy tones and freaky pads, then "Kelime Iki" almost falls over itself its drums areas quick and kinetic. Fantastic stuff once more from this label.
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Cat: ADID 058. Rel: 10 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Lost Desert & Lee Burridge - "Welch" (9:18)
  2. Lost Desert & Simon Vuarambon - "Earth Before Humans" (7:23)
  3. Lost Desert & Bona Fide - "No Strings Attached" (8:17)
  4. Lost Desert & Amand - "That Moment & You" (8:10)
Review: Having spent a spell on loan at Russian label Shanti Radio, serial collaborator Patrick Bruyndonx AKA Lost Desert returns to his musical home-from-home, All Day I Dream, with an action-packed EP of joint productions. He first joins forces with regular studio partner Lee Burridge on the tactile, warming and ethereal dancefloor bliss of "Welch", before exploring darker, tech-tinged deep house pastures on Simon Vuarambon hook-up "Earth Before Humans". Over on side B, Bona Fire collaboration "No Strings Attached" is a percussion-rich shuffle infused with glassy-eyed watching-the-sun-come-up-at-a-rave nostalgia, while "That Moment & You", co-produced by Amand, confidently strides towards hypnotic tech-house-meets-deep house territory.
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Temple (12")
Cat: SBTL 019. Rel: 06 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Temple (7:22)
  2. Spheria (7:11)
  3. Fortuna (9:22)
Review: After a run of rock-solid releases on his own GETTRAUM imprint, Romain Raynaud AKA Traumer has decided to mix things up via a first outing on German imprint Subtil. The headline attraction is undoubtedly A-side "Temple", an attractive, ear-catching chunk of retro-futurist tech-house powered forwards by deep, undulating sub-bass, sparkling choral synth-sounds and fizzing, deep space melodies. Over on side B, "Spheria" is an altogether chunkier, deeper and darker tech-house box jam, while closing cut "Fortuna" cloaks a typically rolling, glitch-sporting beat in heavenly chords and the kind of rush-inducing operatic vocal samples that were such a feature of turn-of-the-90s classics such as Orbitak's "Belfast" and the Beloved's "The Sun Rising".
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Played by: James Reid
out of stock $12.06
FORTHCOMING
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DTRV 008 (12")
Cat: DTRV 008.
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Duky - "Head In The Clouds"
  2. Duky - "Ari"
  3. Odette - "Creme De Violette"
  4. Odette - "Tough Enough"
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Cat: SER 001. Rel: 22 Jun 20
Deep House
  1. John Shima - "Seasons"
  2. John Shima - "Hunter Mind"
  3. Mihail P - "Momentum"
  4. Mihail P - "Neon Hologarden"
Review: Serenity is a new label geared towards raising money and awareness around mental health in the music industry. The label kicks off in fine style with the supple, expressive techno of John Shima and Mihail P offering up two tracks each. Shima takes the A side with the warm and bubbling synth expressions of "Seasons" before taking things in a more hypnotic direction on the ever-so-slightly trancey "Hunter Mind". Mihail P maintains a similar vintage techno sound palette, but pings for positive constellations with the jubilant "Momentum" before veering into blissful breakbeat on "Neon Hologarden".
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Chorale EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FFNV 04. Rel: 12 Oct 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Resorave (11:43)
  2. Grunge (7:52)
  3. Chorale (7:51)
Review: Launched late last year, the vinyl-only FarFromNormal label has really grown in 2015, opting for a quality over quantity approach. Continuing their focus on the up and comers, a fourth FarFromNormal 12" introduces Bucharest artist Julian with the Chorale EP his debut transmission in the vinyl format! Crisp sound design and punchy drum programming appear to be Julian's strengths on the basis of these three tracks, with opening track "Resorave" grabbing your attention thanks to some delightful little touches such as the supple piano, tripping vocals and psychedelic mood. Complementing this, "Grunge" suggests Julian to be equally adept at tumbling drum-filled DJ tools, whilst closer and title track "Chorale" is the trippiest production here.
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Capricorn Meet Leo (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CS 006. Rel: 21 Mar 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Torn
  2. Capricorn Meet Leo
  3. Capricorn Meet Leo (The Persuader remix)
Review: "Completing a quick fire trio of new EPs, Constant Sound hits release number six with a pair of new tracks from VRSION that come with a dance floor friendly remix from Persuader. VRSION is a German producer who has already made a big impact with his release on Craig Richards' excellent The Nothing Special label. Following up that in fine style is the opener here, 'Torn', which is a hurried and urgent track that sits on the divide between house and techno. It is driven and slick, rubbery and hypnotic but has plenty of nuance and funk in its well programmed drums. Some occult sounds and wordless vocals embellished the whole thing and it really is the sort of track that blows dance floors apart and will stand out in any set. 'Capricorn Meet Leo' then toys with kinked drum patterns, rattling percussion and fathom deep bass that sucks you right into VRSION's world. It's a restless place where harmonies ride up and down the scale, cause claps come at you from odd angles and dark vocals add a sense of paranoia. Remixing this one is Persuader, who does so with a stripped back sense of restrain. he retains the original's weirdness, but layers in serene pads and tripped out atmospherics that really make it ripe for playing at 4am. This is the most adventurous release yet for Constant Sound, and is sure to prove one of its bets as a result."
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Cat: LMML 17. Rel: 30 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Illusive Timing (5:05)
  2. Nafra (4:58)
  3. Nintendeau (Bassline dub) (4:31)
  4. Destinated (4:12)
  5. Shaguarmode (4:12)
Review: Berlin/Amsterdam imprint Lowmoneymusiclove has chosen to begin its 2020 release campaign with a debut, specifically the first release from Low Countries twosome Avos (Roderick Merkx & Tjeerd Wijffels). They begin in melodic mood via the bustling beats, tuneful bass and garage style organ stabs of "Illusive Timing", before drifting further towards funk-fuelled tech-house territory on the sleazy peak-time bounce of "Nafra". Arguably even better is the B-side opening "Bassline Dub" of "Nintendeau", where '80s style Fairlight stabs and 8-bit electronics ride a rapidly vibrating bassline and sweaty drum beats. Elsewhere, "Destinated" is deep, dreamy, woozy and properly bass-heavy, while "Shaguarmode" is a jacking affair blessed with chiming, near crystalline electronic melodies.
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out of stock $13.38
Doing It (12")
Cat: MC 043. Rel: 22 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Curly Wurly (7:54)
  2. The Poet (7:03)
  3. Ambidextrous Left (6:54)
  4. Flying Saucer (6:32)
Review: For those who either weren't around or not alive in the late 1990s, Housey Doingz was an all-star collective of British producers - including scene stalwarts Terry Francis and Nathan Coles - who helped codified the then emerging tech-house sound via a string of EPs and a superb debut album, "Doing It". This EP from reissue specialists Mint Condition mines that album, offering up four of the most sought-after and timeless tracks. Check first the electro-flavoured late-night intoxication of "Curly Wurly" - all rugged acid lines, twinkling lead lines and stabbing bass - before admiring the more breakbeat-flavoured classical tech-house purity of "The Poets". Elsewhere, shuffling, tech-tinged beats nestle beneath dreamy deep house chords on "Ambidextrous Left", while "Flying Saucer" is a creepy, all-action affair bestowed with a genuine sense of forward momentum.
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out of stock $9.97
Wobble (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: EED 016. Rel: 23 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Wobble (8:09)
  2. Slammin' (8:09)
  3. Izit (6:38)
Review: Is East End Dubz the hardest working producer in the 21st century tech-house scene? He's certainly prolific, as his sprawling discography attests, but what's more impressive is the consistent quality of his releases. He's hit the mark yet again on this EP for his self-titled imprint. A-side "Wobble" is particularly potent, featuring as it does a fizzing fusion of insatiably funky bass, surging acid lines and shoulder-swinging beats. "Slammin" is closer in tone and style to the producer's trademark tech-house glitchiness - all mangled electronic motifs, straightened-out Villalobos drums and deep bass - while "Izit" is a tidy, acid-flecked box jam that increases in weight and intensity as the track progresses.
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Rhythm Tension (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NGY 02. Rel: 01 Apr 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Gewissen (1:05)
  2. Rhythm Tension (10:33)
  3. Zephyr (6:13)
  4. Rehash Repeat (7:11)
Review: Brawther's Negentropy label has already carried gold star material from Ron Obvious and the man himself, and now it's the turn of debutant producer Zweizig to show off his wares. This assured 12" leads in with the ambient intro "Gewissen" before the crisp minimal funk of "Rhythm Tension" kicks in with its shimmering and shuddering sound design pinging around the dexterous beat. "Zephyr" is a smoky affair with a snappy broken beat and lots of subtle organic matter writhing in the middle distance. "Rehash Repeat" takes things deep and dubby to complete the set, all mellow hiccupping rhythm accents and hazy melodic phrases.
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Cat: SR 12321SPECIAL. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Higher State Of Consciousness (Tweekin Acid Funk) (6:20)
  2. Higher State Of Consciousness (Deep Slow Chill edit) (6:20)
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Down (12")
Cat: PERLON 125. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Vormlock (12:03)
  2. Down (16:02)
Review: Disordered Rhythm Metronomy may be a puzzling (and, let's face it, rather strange) artistic alias, but the two men behind the project, Ricardo Villalobos and Edward, have produced some of the most distinctive leftfield techno of the last decade. As a result, you'd expect their first joint EP to be a killer... and it is. A-side "Vormlock" is a rubbery, off-kilter treat, with the experienced duo peppering an elastic synth bassline and sparse, skittish drums with glitchy stabs, tipsy lead lines and all manner of wonky, out-of-this-world noises. Over on the flipside you'll find title track "Down", a deeper and dreamier chunk of spacey minimalism in which typical Villalobos style percussion and softly squelching bass comes cloaked in some suitably intergalactic synthesizer chords.
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OFFPath 05 (12")
Cat: OP 05. Rel: 09 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Admnti - "Camberwell Blues" (8:01)
  2. Tijn & Dudley Strangeways - "Track 2" (7:11)
  3. Josh Baker - "Rewriting Old Methods" (7:07)
  4. Shacklo - "Bermuda" (6:43)
Review: Pathway Traxx's diffusion label OFFPath returns with its fourth installment, featuring four heroes of the minimal house underground curated by label boss Niko Maxen. We have Londoner Adam Monti (4plae) up first with the sunny tech house of "Camberwell Blues", then Dudley Strangeways & Tijn close out the A side with some deep afterhours boompty business. On the flip, Rising star Josh Baker out of Leeds delivers more of his reliably hypnotic and slinky groove action on "Rewriting Old Methods" and Shacklo's "Bermuda" channels the very best of Todd Terry style classic house.
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Cat: SMR 28. Rel: 29 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Amonita - "Lavender Bloom" (8:03)
  2. Big Red Machine - "Track 2" (RVNZ touch) (6:14)
  3. Hermanez - "Flame Keeper" (7:55)
  4. Fulltone - "Woodland Oracle" (7:15)
Review: Shanti Radio's previous multi-artists EPs were all superb, so it's little surprise to see that the latest also consistently hits the spot. Amonita sets the tone via the soft-focus tech-house shuffle of "Lavender Bloom", where lilting strings, dreamy chords and eyes-closed female vocal samples flutter around a hypnotic groove, before RVNZ offers up the similarly breezy and spring-fresh bliss of "Big Red Machine". Over on side B, Hermazez explores the kind of ultra-melodious and atmospheric hybrid progressive house/tech-house sound that the All Day I Dream label does so well ("Flame Keeper"), while Fulltone unfurls warm and ear-catching melodies and sumptuous chords on sunrise-ready closing cut "Woodland Oracle".
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Cat: ATIPICLAB 009. Rel: 19 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. How (10:09)
  2. Definition (7:32)
  3. Ex (7:42)
out of stock $10.75
The Experience EP (hand-stamped 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: MW 001. Rel: 13 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Experience (6:31)
  2. Ended (3:04)
  3. Acid In My Mind (6:35)
  4. Technology (6:31)
Review: While Gianmarco Orsini is already well established as a producer thanks to solo releases on Elephant Moon and Partisan, fellow Italian Jacopo Latini is still in the process of making his name. This collaboration with Orsini as Data Memory Access - their first joint effort - should help raise his profile further. There's plenty to get the blood pumping throughout, from the throbbing, warehouse-ready retro-futurism of "Experience" - where angular acid lines and dreamy chords ride a '90s style Euro-house bassline - and the chunky acid house/tech-house fusion of "Acid In My Mind", to the drowsy electric piano chords, bustling breakbeats and bleeping deep house melodies of "Technology".
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out of stock $13.63
Cat: DOMESTICATED 004. Rel: 08 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Everybody Just (6:41)
  2. Jumpin’ Jack Flash (6:32)
  3. The Tremor (7:19)
  4. Body Movement (5:30)
Review: Earlier this year, Bruno Schmidt and Robin Ordell rekindled their Asper Bothrop production partnership after two years away. Their comeback EP on Spinning Plates was well-received, and this speedy follow-up on Domesticated is likely to be greeted by a similar level of praise. There's certainly plenty to set the pulse racing throughout, from the swinging, bass-heavy shuffle of "Everybody Just", where glitchy electronics and ghostly chords ride a thickset tech-house groove, to the crunchy, stargazing electro bounce of closing cut "Body Movement". Sandwiched in between you'll find the warm, spaced-out haziness of "Jumpin' Jack Flash", and "Trenor", a slightly pitched-down tech-house box-jam for those who like to get busy in the mix.
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Played by: Sam Bangura
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Cat: 8BIT 158. Rel: 24 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Are We Here (5:59)
  2. Higher (5:59)
Review: Nobody does tough rolling tackle for the peak time quite like the Audiojack boys. The Leeds-based duo head up the revered Gruuv imprint and have left their indelible mark on The White Isle with their legendary parties. Indeed, their sound is a worthy addition to the Mannheim-based 8bit imprint; Jorge and Nick Curly, like Rial & Birkenshaw themselves, churn out proper tech house that is aimed squarely at the main room. The track in question is "Are We Here", that sees them deliver something a bit more restrained than usual. This is a smooth and euphoric slow burner that's perfect to build up to the bangers in your set, harnessing all that 'energy'. Speaking of which, that's the operative word throughout the B side cut "Higher" with its deep and bass-driven pulsation that's sure to get the sweat dripping from the walls.
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OGE 013 (12")
OGE
Cat: OGE 013. Rel: 10 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Twist (8:10)
  2. Bleep Test (6:25)
  3. Minimal Minds (7:30)
  4. Strung Out (7:42)
Review: Tech-house is one of those genres that has been pulled in multiple different directions of late, with producers peppering typically glitchy, bass-heavy grooves with all manner of alien-sounding or pleasantly attractive musical elements. There's plenty of that kind of subtle eclecticism on Niko Maxen's latest EP, with the prolific producer bouncing between acid-fired tech-house funk (striking opener "Twist"), imaginative re-inventions of UK Bleep & Bass for the tech-house generation ("Bleep Test"), quirky, vocal-laden, Villalobos-influenced dancefloor eccentricity (the ace "Minimal Minds") and wonky, sample-heavy early morning jazziness (the hard to pigeonhole but undeniably impressive "Strung Out").
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Cat: RIPATTI 011. Rel: 09 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Market (12:01)
  2. Class (12:21)
  3. Synkro (13:59)
  4. The Right Wing (15:54)
  5. Tessio (11:54)
  6. She-Center (10:01)
Review: A 20th anniversary reissue of Sasu Ripatti's classic from the turn of the millennium. 'Vocalcity' is a milestone release which is unlike his more experimental works as Vladislav Delay, saw Ripatti capture the innovation of the 'micro' sound of the time (popularised by the likes of issuing label Force Tracks and scape) while incorporating elements of dub techno and deep house - with evocative female vocals a constant throughout. From the groovy glitch-funk of "Synkro" to the sexy sophistication of underground classic "Tessio'' or the smooth and sensual slow-burner "She-Center" - it hasn't aged one bit! Hailed by many critics as one of the most seminal and important releases to have come out of the '00s, this is a welcome and much needed repress of a right classic, courtesy of Ripatti's eponymous imprint that has been faithfully remastered.
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Ascendance (100 gram vinyl 10")
Cat: CMD 004. Rel: 21 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Heal (8:29)
  2. Plight (8:27)
Review: From his appearances on Aesthetic Audio and Ornate through to his own Atmospheric Existence label, Miles Sagnia continues to be one of the best kept secrets of British deep techno, and that's no more apparent than on this stunning release for Common Dreams. There's a looped up insistence to "Heal", but it's offset by emotive movement in the synth lines and an overall spiritual quality that escapes much cyclical techno. "Plight" takes a slightly slower path, amping up the early UK electronica tones for an immersive experience shaped out by interlocking rhythms and snaking melodies. It's a truly classy statement that stays true to techno while saying something original.
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H3misphere (feat SIT remix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AHH 11.11. Rel: 29 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. H3misphere (7:37)
  2. Wergles (6:39)
  3. H3misphere (Sit remix) (8:32)
Review: Canadian maestro Jay Tripwire is a long time underground stalwart with countless gold-dust releases to his name, and still the modest artist keeps pushing on with more stellar tech house immersion heaters. Here he's been invited to Euphoria for an EP that burrows into the most shadowy corners of his sound. "H3misphere" is a spooky jam driven by a shuffling groove and offset with some dubby flourishes - a perfectly balanced workout for the club with a seductive air of mystery lingering around the rhythm section. "Werqles" is a lighter affair, but it's no slouch in the freaky department as a plethora of disembodied machine wriggles ping around the crisp 4/4 throwdown. The whole B-side is given over to SIT's "Remux" of "H3misphere", which holds the groove down in a more linear manner but keeps that chilling atmosphere intact just behind the beats.
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White Noise Romantica (12" + sticker)
Cat: KM 052. Rel: 10 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. White Noise Romantica (7:46)
  2. Yeah But No - "Run Run Run" (Adam Port remix) (8:12)
Played by: Alinka
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Tormento Bridge EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BBM 002. Rel: 06 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Tormento (7:25)
  2. Como Los Trileros (6:38)
  3. Sandpaper & Velvet (7:39)
  4. Old Birds (7:24)
Review: Juliche Hernandez is the young Canarian owner of Downhill Music, with releases on ViVA Music, PIV, Decay and MadTech. His very deep and dark style of sound is right at home on Brooklyn Bridge Music Company, who present his 'Tormento Bridge' EP of last year which has been recently repressed due to high demand. Tough rolling and dubby tech house for the main room can be heard on the title track, while the bouncy funk of "Como Los Triuleros" calls to mind the sounds of iO Mulen or Djebali. On the flip, you have the mental groove of "Old Birds" and its sexy vocal which is perfect mood music for Sunday morning boat parties.
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out of stock $9.70
Strong Sense EP (12" in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: PTX 026. Rel: 07 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Strong Sense (9:26)
  2. Strong Sense (Tobias remix) (7:34)
Review: Cassy has largely been focusing on her own Kwench label in the past few years, exploring the crossover between pop sensibilities and underground dance music culture. She's carrying that through to her appearance on Pressure Traxx, while clearly nodding to her roots in the minimal scene with the elegant, spellbinding "Strong Sense", all underpinned by her subdued vocal. Tobias steps up for a remix on the B side which takes the track in a shivering techno direction that provides the perfect urgent foil to the cosy house demeanour of the original.
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EEE 007 (hand-stamped 1-sided heavyweight vinyl 12" repress)
EEE
Cat: EEE 007. Rel: 29 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (9:11)
Review: Madonna, Depeche Mode and Kelis - what do East End Edits have in store for us next? This seventh instalment harks back to the charming deep jazzy house of their inaugural release - think of the legendary St. Germain and that should give you a fairly good idea. The track's smoky, late night jazz bar vibe is complemented by a rolling bass and swinging rhythms that should appeal to the likes of Rhadoo or Petre Inspirescu - legends of the Romanian scene who themselves have lent their deft hand to the French producer's work as remixers in the past, too.
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Keep Up Appearances (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: MDL 03. Rel: 27 Jan 15
Deep House
  1. Quiet Life
  2. Keep Up Appearances
  3. We Search For Answers
  4. Worship (feat Qzen)
  5. Shadow Theory
  6. Seraphim
  7. Make It True (feat JoJo De Freq)
  8. Feel Free
  9. Logan Five
Review: Long-established house and techno twosome Dan Berkson & James What are proud to announce the arrival of their debut album, Keep Up Appearances, on their own recently minted Modelmaker label. To be released in December on beautiful double gatefold vinyl and CD, with reworked woodcut artwork by Conrad Felixmuller, it has been a long time in the making but the wait has more than been worth it.
Before now, Berskon & What have become synonymous with raw, machine made house and techno with no frills but plenty of heft on labels like Poker Flat and Crosstown Rebels. Their music engages dancers in the head, heart and heel in equal measure and this considered new album proves that once again.
Keep Up Appearances was written over the course of 18 months and has been whittled down from over 20 tracks, all made using mostly analogue gear with the usual Roland and Moog boy's toys, whilst the trusty Fender Rhodes, Space Echoes and Moogerfooger pedals are featured on many of the tracks. "At first we had a much more eclectic approach to making the album," says the pair. "But as time went on we found it worked better if we presented only the more electronic tracks together. It's not a straight up home listening album, but it still has a beginning, an end, and a couple of slower tracks that hint at our wider tastes away from the dancefloor."
Opening up with the deep space atmospherics of 'Quiet Life' the album immediately transports you to another world. The title track is then a melodically lush and uplifting affair with curious synth patterns ebbing and flowing beneath crisp percussion. Tracks like 'We Search For Answers' combine organic, wooden textures with more synthetic and trippy synth sounds that are as far away from your standard sample packs as can be imagined.
Across the course of the album there are dark, moody and emotive pieces like 'Worship' (previously released in extended form on the MDL02 single) featuring Qzen who reads a poem by Patience Agbabi in tantalising fashion as well as heavyweight, dubbed out techno groovers like 'Shadow Theory.' 'Make It True' (of which Seth Troxler will be releasing an extended edit on his Play it Say it label, complete with high profile remixes) is another great collab featuring the vocals of JoJo de Freq, and the track itself is a harmonious, radiant house jam that is humid and human in equal measure. The otherworldly, snaking 'Feel Free' again showcases Berkson & What's ability to coax alluring emotions out of their machines and closer 'Logan Five' wraps things up in suitably spangled, textural fashion.
Despite the fact much of this album will work on a dancefloor in the hands of the right DJ, there's an invention and musicality to it that renders the whole thing hugely listenable away from the club. A testament to Berkson & What's analogue invention and fluid ideas, Keep Up Appearances really is a master electronic oeuvre.
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Bondage Games Part 6 (blue marbled vinyl 12" limited to 250 copies)
Cat: BOND 12054C. Rel: 10 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Markus Homm - "Attic Riot" (7:33)
  2. Andre Kronert - "Highwire" (6:19)
  3. Pornbugs - "You're There" (6:29)
  4. Dust Yard - "Orbital" (6:20)
 in stock $12.06
18 (12")
Cat: WHITELOOPS 18. Rel: 10 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Pavonine (8:12)
  2. Dusty Root (8:02)
 in stock $11.80
Shuzzbuzz (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GROOVE 15. Rel: 30 Jan 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Shuzzbuzz (Robin Ball Electro mix) (7:17)
  2. Shuzzbuzz (original re-master) (5:50)
  3. Shuzzbuzz (Robin Ball House mix) (6:16)
  4. Booma (original re-master) (5:05)
Review: As swathes of DJs and dancers get ever more into classic and niche electro from the 90s, Groovepressure has reformed to bring back some of its highly sought-after releases and keep the Discogs sharks at bay. With a fresh re-master and some new mixes to boot, the label makes a wise choice for its third reissue by picking up the record they first put out, Resonators' "Shuzzbuzz". The original mix and its B side "Booma" sound better than ever with a bit of modern spit 'n' polish, but then Robin Ball's electro and house versions of "Shuzzbuzz" push the classic into exciting new realms without losing that all-important old-skool flavour.
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Cat: CRM 238. Rel: 10 Jul 20
Techno
  1. Control Transmission (6:46)
  2. Day Zero (6:06)
Played by: Alinka
 in stock $9.97
Cat: PLZ 010S. Rel: 10 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. You & I (10:20)
  2. Fasrupt (10:46)
 in stock $9.70
Cat: ACME 007. Rel: 08 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Paula (feat Edgar Yanez) (7:05)
  2. El Son De Emiliano (7:11)
  3. Y Su Apollo Sound (6:46)
  4. Tremendo Gozador (feat musica Viva) (7:25)
out of stock $12.06
Cat: FUN 012. Rel: 06 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Swinger (6:41)
  2. Fuga (6:37)
  3. Hilbert's Hotel (12:02)
  4. A Duck's Tale (4:03)
 in stock $9.97
Wildside (12")
Cat: HOTC 155. Rel: 10 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Wildside (5:43)
  2. Sweet Release (5:20)
 in stock $9.97
Cat: DJEBEX 10. Rel: 13 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Easy Babe (5:59)
  2. Easy Babe (Djebali remix) (6:46)
out of stock $10.23
Nexter Fix (12")
Cat: DJEBPR 012. Rel: 13 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Nexter Fix (8:04)
  2. Be Olay (6:43)
  3. Nexter Fix (Alvaro Medina remix) (8:03)
  4. Deletras (7:39)
 in stock $10.23
001 (12")
Cat: LETS 001. Rel: 10 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Discult Soundsystem - "Monroe" (6:39)
  2. Intr0beatz - "Wallin" (6:37)
  3. Leo Woelfel - "The Storyteller" (6:53)
  4. Dimi Wilson - "Repeat, Robot" (8:27)
 in stock $11.28
Ballets (Lizz mix) (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LHR 22. Rel: 15 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Ballets
  2. Kefta
  3. Ballets (Lizz remix)
Review: Here comes something fresh for your ears on Lazare Hoche. The Parisian minimal house bastion is experiementing on this release, as Alex Font collaborates with Nils Weimann for a record that explores the synergy between classical minimalism and contemporary dancefloor reductionism. "Ballets" is a striking track that gets creative with violin strikes falling in polyrhythmic patterns to create something truly bewildering for the dancefloor - after all, that experimental sphere is where the magic happens. "Kefta" takes a more traditional approach to minimal tech house, executed in a classy, understated fashion. On the flip, Lizz comes on board for a remix of "Ballets" that places the emphasis back on the beats.
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AESTHETIC 09 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AESTHETIC 09. Rel: 15 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Waves (7:56)
  2. CC (7:25)
  3. Sundayyzz (7:48)
Review: Since 2013 Tijn (not to be confused with J. Tijn) has been issuing a steady stream of high grade minimal and tech house for labels like Decay, Memoria, Moss Co and more recently Vuew. Now he comes to Aesthetic for a varied EP that leads in with the dusky, blue-hued tones of "Waves" - a moment for true immersion and introspection. By way of contrast, "CC" captures the energy of classic mid 00s minimal a la labels like Cynosure - all bugging samples hopping around a swinging groove - and we can't get enough of it. "Sundayyzz" takes things in a spookier direction, keeping that stripped back shuffle but holding down a more mellow energy compared to "CC".
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Modern Rave (2xLP)
Cat: HYPELP 016. Rel: 23 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Numbas (4:11)
  2. Beef (4:25)
  3. Feel One (3:05)
  4. Fresh (4:33)
  5. Sky's The Limit (6:06)
  6. Dream (4:19)
  7. The Music (4:32)
  8. Feel Two (4:29)
  9. Groovy Break (4:16)
  10. Acid (5:38)
  11. Ecstasy (3:58)
  12. Better Forward (5:07)
  13. Ladies (4:51)
Review: UK IDM stalwart Luke Vibert presents part two of a trilogy which sees him delve deep into his floppy disc collection for a glorious ride through familiar motifs. Much like its title would suggest. 'Modern Rave' is a mish-mash of early '90s dance music cliches, revisited and reinterpreted in delightfully infectious and entertaining fashion. He refernces classic Todd Terry style house, D-Mob and the glory days of early UK hardcore on tracks like "Beef" or "Feel One", while homages to Detroit and evident, particualry Underground Resistance who meets orbital under the M1 circa '92 on "Dream" while jungle meets ghettotech on the frantic "Ladies". Have fun guessing and joining the dots on this wonderful audio collage of electronic music's recent history by quite the historian.
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The Town (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BNB 003. Rel: 28 Jan 19
Techno
  1. The Town (6:40)
  2. Chrome Moon (5:58)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: After launching Brush & Broom with two solo releases, maverick German producer Kalbata keeps his followers guessing yet again with this collaborative release with the equally unpredictable Maayan Nidam. "The Town" is a surefire party starter made up of catchy bleep lines, quivering rhythmic flashes and lots of shimmering FX sends that suggest this was a live jam from two talented producers locked in the groove. "Chrome Moon" takes a deeper, more meditative approach without losing those heavy echo chamber washes, where the spring reverb and buckwild delay feedback rein supreme. Wonderful, free-tripping results from an unexpected meeting of minds.
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Utopia EP (12")
Cat: VIRGO 012. Rel: 06 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Ilario Alicante & Kevin De Vries - "Dystopia" (7:21)
  2. Ilario Alicante & Kevin De Vries - "Lotus" (6:17)
  3. Kevin De Vries - "Dragon Of Eden" (7:41)
  4. Kevin De Vries - "Segue 2" (7:01)
Played by: Fog
out of stock $10.48
Reloj/Sei EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CDW 005. Rel: 06 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Relo (7:38)
  2. Relo (Nu Zau remix) (7:41)
  3. Sei (7:46)
  4. Sei (Triptil remix) (7:25)
Review: Cedesciu Wax is a vinyl only label, owned and curated by the Miami based DJ and producer Lulla, that is dedicated to showcasing underground minimal house music. For their fifth release, they are showcasing the Argentine Szyszko's debut vinyl release. Mesmerising and ethereal tech house is the order of the day here, with tracks like "Reloj" calling to mind the work of Sublee, Alci or Camelia, while the lean and subtle mood music of "Sei" definitely takes it cues from the Rominimal scene. Speaking of which, two champions of that sound get onboard for some remixes of the tracks; Nu Zau's moody rework is one of his best pieces of music we have heard in a while, while the ascendant Triptil ventures into arcane territory.
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 in stock $11.28
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