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Back Catalogue: Techno

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  1. Amato - "Physique" (5:13)
  2. Tzusing - "King Of System" (5:06)
  3. An-I - "Mutter" (6:00)
  4. Broken English Club - "Glass" (5:28)
Review: There's a delightfully celebratory feel about this debut volume of Cititrax Tracks, a new 12" series from Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax. As beautifully presented as we've come to expect, Tracks Volume 1 boasts a quartet of dancefloor-ready smashers from a blend of new faces and label stalwarts. Amato (aka The Hacker) kicks things off with the glistening EBM funk of "Physique" - all restless synth refrains and pounding bottom end - before LIES affiliate Tsuzing go all dark, psychedelic and twisted on the thrillingly intense, acid-flecked "King of System". An-I go all DAF (with a touch of Front 242) on the fuzzy and dystopian stomper "Mutter", before Cititrax regulars Broken English Club delivers a storming chunk of industrial-tinged analogue funk ("Glass"). Bravo!
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Frek 01 (double 12")
Cat: FREK6TEM 01. Rel: 04 Dec 18
  1. Barouf - "We Will Kill For Water" (6:18)
  2. Themis - "We Are Pirates" (6:14)
  3. Ounts - "Empire Acid" (6:55)
  4. Djoko - "Whir" (4:24)
  5. Extremits - "Clock Error" (6:20)
  6. Okult - "Don't Make Tekno To Be A Star" (6:15)
  7. Sekt - "El Lilla" (6:20)
  8. Sroot - "Le Cri Du Loup" (6:17)
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Idealista (double 12")
Cat: CS 17. Rel: 23 Jul 18
  1. We Gaze At The Distant Sunset & Walk Into The Stream (1:28)
  2. Papet 12 (11:14)
  3. Psicoligia (7:43)
  4. Idealista (5:21)
  5. Implicite (13:40)
  6. Explicite (10:10)
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Co Ops Vol 2 (heavyweight double 12" in screen-printed sleeve limited to 200 copies)
Cat: COUNTER 010. Rel: 07 Mar 18
  1. Boddika - "Broken Wave" (6:35)
  2. Yogg - "Close Enough" (7:25)
  3. Patrik Skoog - "Mind Control" (5:10)
  4. Distant Echoes - "Under The Influence" (7:30)
  5. BNJMN - "Red Tide" (6:41)
  6. Inland - "Fluxus" (7:15)
  7. Cassegrain & Tin Man - "Opal Stare" (5:37)
  8. Pharaoh & Yogg - "The Great Attractor" (8:26)
Review: Ed Davenport's Counterchange imprint is back with a label compilation that demonstrates a wide variety of techno derivatives by a stellar cast. From scene legends such as UK innovator Boddika (with his hypnotic and textural epic "Broken Wave)" and elder statesman Patrik Skoog with the functional, peak-time cyclicality of "Mind Control". For more heady and atmospheric flavours, they have you covered courtesy of Puglia's Distant Echoes on the utterly sublime "Under The Influence" while Acing Seas main men Cassegrain team up with the inimitable Tin Man on the heady acid epic "Opal Stare".The harder edged, dancefloor ready weapons are provided by label head honcho Davenport on the retro, bleep driven "Fluxus", while BNJMN's abrasive "Red Tide" hammers the message home on this true beast that reaches near tribal moments.
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Played by: Paleman
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Promises & Infatuation (limited split coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 022. Rel: 12 Jun 17
  1. Borusiade - "Infatuation" (5:28)
  2. Borusiade - "Confutation" (6:19)
  3. The Sixteen Steps - "Signals From The South" (6:28)
  4. The Sixteen Steps - "Promises On The Run" (7:17)
Review: Rampant and 'up for it' as usual, the Cititrax label is back with a new set of wayward technoid experiments for the more trained ears on the dancefloors. This time it's Romania's Borusiade and newcomer The Sixteen Steps who share two sides of a wax plate and, of course, proceed to annihilate any idea of a quiet night in. The former sets off with the mechanical acid bumps of "Infatuation", guided by an eerie set of vocal blurs, and that's followed by the comparatively more beat-centric techno of the apocalyptic "Confutation". On the flip, The Sixteen Steps first lands on "Signals From The South", a house banger with noxious levels of mutant bass at its core, followed by the single-minded industrialism and sheer techno brutality of "Promises On The Run". WOWZAH!
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Scars EP (limited white & clear vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 016. Rel: 20 Mar 15
  1. Channel 83 (6:35)
  2. Local Violence (7:59)
  3. Ritual Killing (7:43)
  4. Drycutting (5:55)
Review: Having made his name during the late '90s and early 2000s as a maker of particularly forthright techno, Oliver Ho has broadened his horizons in recent years. Nowhere is that more obvious on his Broken English Club project, which debuted last year with a pair of industrial and EBM minded releases for Jealous God and Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax. Here he returns to the latter, laying down more fuzzy, straight-to-tape journeys into analogue, mid '80s dancefloor experimentalism. There's naturally much to enjoy, from the peak Cabaret Voltaire grittiness of "Drycutting", and the bleak EBM throb of "Ritual Killing", to the ghostly synthesizers, Jaydee bass and droning textures of "Channel 83".
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  1. Silent Servant - "Speed & Violence"
  2. Silent Servant - "Cut Unconscious"
  3. Broken English Club - "Divinity"
  4. Broken English Club - "Delays"
Review: ** Repress ** If you've been keeping abreast of all things Minimal Wave this year, you'll probably have picked up on Veronica Vasicka hinting at a forthcoming split release from Silent Servant and Broken English Club, the new project from UK techno man Oliver Ho. We've certainly been eagerly awaiting it her at Juno HQ and it's great to see Violence And Divinity live up to and surpass these expectations! Silent Servant mans the A Side with two tracks that will be familiar to anyone that's been lucky enough to catch his live sets of late, indeed it's almost too easy to visualise the flashing strobes as the pummelling EBM lines of "Cut Unconscious" unravel and beat you down. The two accompanying productions from Ho's Broken English Club dovetail nicely, but veer off into more wave orientated territory, with "Divinity" sounding quite like some of the earlier material put out by In Aeternam Vale. In a word superb.
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Electro Soma II (gatefold 2xLP + insert)
Cat: WARPLP 9XB. Rel: 10 Nov 17
  1. Debris (8:35)
  2. Ecliptic (6:37)
  3. Ming (2:13)
  4. Bubbles (4:41)
  5. Kaxaia-80 (5:25)
  6. Satori (5:51)
  7. Paradroid (4:46)
  8. Transient Pathways (3:57)
  9. Fear Of Expression (5:19)
  10. Go With The Hiss (5:50)
  11. Eiyla (6:31)
  12. Static Emotion (2:25)
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Electro Soma (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 9R. Rel: 25 Aug 17
  1. Soundtrack Of Space (4:02)
  2. Hall Of Mirrors (6:36)
  3. Mondrin (6:43)
  4. Obsessed (5:51)
  5. Bio Dimension (5:55)
  6. Basic Emotion (4:51)
  7. Metropolis (4:58)
  8. Obtuse (7:24)
  9. Telefone 529 (4:12)
  10. Drift (4:06)
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Time Tourist (reissue) (limited 2xLP + sticker sheet + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 37R. Rel: 16 Nov 18
  1. Void/Comm (5:53)
  2. Infinite Lites (Primitives mix) (5:23)
  3. Cymetry (5:58)
  4. Gimp (7:18)
  5. DB5 (1:42)
  6. Phettt (5:51)
  7. Epilion (7:09)
  8. Scriptures (6:56)
  9. The Silicon Garden (Flymocut) (3:30)
  10. Radiophonic Workshop (6:22)
Review: Second time around for B12's superb sophomore set, the dystopian, sci-fi themed "Time Tourist". On its initial release in 1996, the album was marketed as a 22nd century "educational soundtrack" to the "primitive past" (I.E the late 20th century). It's a theme entirely in keeping with the original ethos of Detroit techno, and it's no surprise that the accompanying music offered a typically "Artificial Intelligence"-era slant on the Motor City sound, re-imagining the work of the Belleville three as a killer suite of ambient techno, intelligent techno and dreamy ambient cuts. This edition has been expanded by the addition of four previously unheard tracks that originally missed the cut, all of which are as breathtakingly good as those that did. In a word: essential.
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Shatterproof (2xLP)
Cat: MANHIGH 005. Rel: 20 Nov 17
  1. Angel Dust (3:39)
  2. Bliss (3:07)
  3. Critical Distance (5:02)
  4. Magnetic (4:08)
  5. Never Ending (6:06)
  6. Mil-Std 461 (3:38)
  7. Code Buster (5:18)
  8. Drama Sky (6:17)
  9. All Over (2:09)
  10. Burning Chrome (5:27)
  11. Vermillion Red (5:47)
Played by: Ben Sims, Brian James
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  1. Paris Est A Nous (intro) (1:54)
  2. Meeting (part 1) (3:19)
  3. Wistful Smile (7:40)
  4. Flight To Barcelona (2:16)
  5. Simulation Hypothesis (part 1) (2:40)
  6. Anna (1:35)
  7. Childhood (2:14)
  8. Canal Saint-Martin (5:04)
  9. Simulation Hypothesis (part 2) (4:11)
  10. Meeting (part 2) (4:59)
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Aonox (reissue) (clear vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: SELD 002. Rel: 19 May 17
  1. South Pacific (5:29)
  2. Land Of Oceans (5:18)
  3. Clockwork (5:34)
  4. Across The Hemisphere (6:03)
  5. Girk (4:36)
  6. The Cold (3:15)
  7. Probe (1:50)
  8. Step (3:42)
  9. OV (2:22)
  10. Cure (3:01)
  11. Proto Four (3:06)
Played by: Nastia Reigel
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Ten Days Of Blue (reissue) (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: PF 049R. Rel: 21 Aug 18
  1. Flex (6:50)
  2. Collage Of Dreams (6:17)
  3. Gutaris Breeze (6000 Km To Amsterdam) (7:39)
  4. Ten Days Of Blue (7:28)
  5. Venim & Wonder (5:49)
  6. Deluge (7:35)
  7. Decembers Tragedy (6:39)
  8. Soft Summer (6:53)
  9. Collage Of Dreams (outro) (3:00)
Review: Ten Days Of Blue is John Beltran's second LP to date, from a distant-not-so-distant 1996, when a rush of neo-techno - on an intelligent tip - began to rush over the scene. The opening "Flex" is one of the greatest of its kind, a near 7 minute voyage of sparse drums, heavy bass and a level of euphoria that is close to match anywhere else. The truth is, however, that every tune on here is absolute fire, from the gentle IDM waves of "Collage Of Dream", the jazzed-out percussion of "Gutaris Breeze (6000km To Amsterdam)" and, of course, the knifty, pseudo d&b of "Ten Days Of Blue". There is so much more to explore, too, including the totally innovative techno of "Venim & Wonder". This gear really does sound like it was made the other day. Warmly recommended.
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Sounds Of The Forest Forgotten (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: 2MR 39LP. Rel: 22 Feb 19
  1. Vine (6:33)
  2. Storm (7:00)
  3. Emerald Sea (8:26)
  4. Butterfly (2:37)
  5. Milk Thistle (7:01)
  6. Fading Sun (7:06)
  7. Glow Worm (4:18)
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Parler Musique (2xLP + insert)
Cat: DE 200. Rel: 05 Mar 18
  1. Parler Musique (7:06)
  2. Organisation Maritime (5:42)
  3. Un Subalterne Insubordonne (5:29)
  4. Teleconference (7:23)
  5. Myeline (3:51)
  6. L'Ordre Cannibale (9:23)
  7. Entr'acte (4:42)
  8. Une Salade Oblongue (9:11)
Review: Honey Soundsystem's Dezier comes correct with this immaculately detailed debut album. From the circuit board presentation to the album narrative itself Parler Music is a lavish affair that stretches the perception of everything we've learnt about him on labels such as Cin Cin, HNYTRX and Public Release. Back again on Dark Entities (where it all began for this alias five years ago) Parler Music is a fluorescent romp through tempos and emotions; the white knuckle synthwave of "Un Subalterne Insubordonne", the iced-out electro of "Teleconference", the sleazy off-beat slinks and triumphant chords of "Entr'acte", the pregnant cosmosis of "Une Salade Oblongue", the list of immersive synthscapes and stories goes on. A genuinely beautiful debut album.
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Played by: Midland, Ali Renault
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Cat: TR 008. Rel: 29 Jul 15
  1. Playground Mystery (7:51)
  2. Unite (6:44)
  3. Reduce Resist (6:33)
  4. Blub (7:59)
  5. Turquiose Blue (8:37)
  6. Form (7:27)
  7. Ear Traffic Control (7:55)
  8. Familiar Warmth (7:56)
Review: Luscious, densely layered dub techno here from Germany's Patrick Wurster on a full length release. There's the reverberated downbeat bliss of "Playground Mystery", the impressive homage to Basic Channel on "Unite" (complete with Tikiman soundalike Ray Darwin) and "Ear Traffic Control". "Reduce Resist" and "Turquoise Blue" are the kind of sublime and immersive exercises in deep bass therapy that would impress Rod Modell himself. The title track closes out proceedings with the kind of delightfully smoked out vibes learned from listening to Rhythm & Sound that are often imitated but never matched. Biodub puts in a pretty damn fine effort though, we'll say!
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Played by: Idealist
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Microgravity (3xLP)
Cat: BIO 003LP. Rel: 02 Jul 15
  1. Microgravity
  2. Baby Satellite
  3. Tranquillizer
  4. The Fairy Tale
  5. Cloudwalker II
  6. Chromosphere
  7. Cygnus-A
  8. Baby Interphase
  9. Biosphere II
  10. Search
  11. Avenue 2.3
  12. Clovis
  13. Coulee (2:40)
  14. Ectozone (4:02)
  15. Dewy Fields (4:00)
  16. Eternal (2:59)
Review: Geir Jensson's debut album under the now familiar Biosphere alias, Microgravity, has long been considered something of a classic of the early '90s ambient boom. First released in 1991, it offered an icy but suitably atmospheric mix of chilly ambience, British-style "intelligent techno" and crystalline IDM. To celebrate 25 years since it was recorded (it was released a year later, in 1991), Geir Jensson has re-mastered it and, with the help of a successful crowd-funding campaign, pressed it onto a double CD minus the cross-fades and sound effects featured on the original pressing. Happily, Microgravity has lost none of its allure.
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Post Truth (limited 2xLP)
Cat: DUSTV 054. Rel: 05 Jun 18
  1. Cognitive Dissonance (4:29)
  2. Solipsism (3:03)
  3. MK Future (2:40)
  4. Nothing Ever Changes (0:48)
  5. The Truth Is In The Post (5:24)
  6. Seance Of Entitlement (5:21)
  7. FWB (5:06)
  8. Anticipation Occupation (3:49)
  9. Timmy O & Gem P (1:06)
  10. The Patti Smith Disaster (4:47)
  11. Our Kes (0:54)
  12. Technological Utopians (5:22)
Review: While Black Dog founder Ken Downie has rarely been one to talk candidly in the press, his current studio partners, Martin and Richard Dust, have been known to deliver angry missives on a variety of topics. It's perhaps unsurprising, then, that the trio's latest album- their first for nearly three years - appears to have been inspired by the current state of politics and the media. Full of knowing track titles, melancholic refrains, frustrated rhythms, dystopian soundscapes and angry motifs, the album's thought-provoking intent is rather overshadowed by the quality of the music on offer. You'll find bustling electro, end-of-days ambient, rushing cinematic techno, IDM and the kind of hard-to-pigeonhole fare that inspired then NME journalist Mixmaster Morris to come up with the now familiar "intelligent techno" tag.
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No Face (LP)
Cat: OPAL 059. Rel: 11 Aug 15
  1. First Time (8:25)
  2. Alone (5:55)
  3. Yunnan (6:15)
  4. Peter (5:04)
  5. Nosebleed (6:04)
  6. Stutter (4:53)
Played by: Vorres (Vrrs)
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Cat: BNR 164. Rel: 14 Apr 17
  1. Overthrow (extended mix) (4:17)
  2. Mayday (club version) (3:36)
  3. Dynamite (feat Benga - dub mix) (3:59)
  4. Euphoria (feat Remy Banks - Boys Noize X MXM remix) (4:18)
  5. 2 Live (Boys Noize Silent remix) (7:02)
  6. Midnight (Raito remix) (5:51)
  7. Hardkotzen (Jensen Interceptor remix) (6:27)
  8. Rock The Bells (GILA remix) (3:47)
  9. Starchild (feat Polica - reprise) (4:14)
  10. Boys Noize & Hudson Mohawke - "Birthday" (feat Spank Rock - Rockwell remix) (5:17)
Played by: Houghton
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What A Mess! (limited numbered LP)
Cat: ATA 0PI. Rel: 15 May 19
  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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Suburban Hunting (limited heavyweight coloured splattered vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: CITI 018. Rel: 23 Nov 15
  1. Nursing Home (2:18)
  2. Vacant (5:50)
  3. Derelict (5:31)
  4. Godless (6:10)
  5. Scum (4:02)
  6. Tourist Zone (4:16)
  7. Crime (6:19)
  8. Suburban Hunting (6:14)
  9. Knives (6:07)
  10. Prayer Space (5:13)
  11. Shallow Pits (2:04)
Review: It's been a delight to see Oliver Ho's Broken English Club project develop artistically over recent times, with some fine records for Jealous God and Veronica Vasicka's Cititrax label along the way. Suburban Hunting sees Ho deliver his debut Broken English Club album, featuring some 11 tracks of primitive electronics and cinematic pseudo techno cuts. Tunes like "Vacant", "Derelict", or "Scum" all share a loose techno framework, but the real aesthetic is much vaster than that, verging on remnants of post-punk, industrial and all that goodness and hybrid class that came out of the late 1980's. It's another fine addition to the sublime Cititrax discography, and we recommended it just as much as the previous numbers.
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  1. Tuning Fork (3:14)
  2. Builder (7:35)
  3. Flooded Cul De Sac (4:08)
  4. Concrete Block (6:23)
  5. No New Neighbors (4:41)
  6. These Seeds (6:10)
  7. Cure Water (3:49)
  8. Love Unlmtd (5:13)
  9. Garden's Gift (6:18)
  10. The Home I'd Built For Myself & All My Friends (7:08)
Played by: Honey Soundsystem
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Badtrip (2xLP)
Cat: TRP 027. Rel: 14 Nov 19
  1. Bbbase (6:13)
  2. UDU (5:04)
  3. J Become (5:38)
  4. Ferenz 18 Long (7:27)
  5. Pkds (5:51)
  6. Tr-919 (6:02)
  7. Rokton (4:50)
  8. Wb Movement (4:08)
  9. H9s (4:03)
Review: Wildcard techno doesn't come spicier than this. Russia's Buttechno is a prolific operator with seemingly endless ideas about how to subvert the formulaic trappings of 4/4 dance music without losing a fundamental functionality at the heart of the matter. This, his fifth album, lands on trip in a tangled mess of unpolished jams, fractious grooves and the kind of unbridled creativity that marks out a truly great artist. There's a punky quality to both the musical ideas and the beyond-the-grave voice that peppers many of the tracks, and it makes for a truly thrilling techno long player that moves according to its own rules. All hail Buttechno, doing it his own way and sounding utterly untouchable in the process.
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Cat: CITI 025. Rel: 01 Oct 18
  1. March Cherskogo (7:07)
  2. Back 2 The E (5:42)
  3. Elektroshirka (6:16)
  4. Slow Durk (3:50)
  5. AXF (10:56)
  6. 808 Exc Dirty (5:07)
Review: Sometime Trilogy Tapes and Zodiac 44 artist Buttechno (real name Pavel Milyakov) arrives on Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax with his fourth album-length excursion. It could well be his best to date too, as we can confirm it has very few flaws, but plenty of atmospheric, ear catching fare to enjoy. He begins with the fuzzy, metallic mid-tempo techno creepiness of "March Cherskogo", before proceeding to flit between smooth horror-techno ("Back 2 The E"), melodious and spacey electro ("Elektroshirka", the foreboding "AXF"), mind-altering intergalactic chug ("Slow Durk") and sparse, crackling industrial techno (L.I.E.S-ish closer "808 Exec Dirty").
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Explosions In Slow Motion (limited transparent yellow vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MD 272LP. Rel: 13 Feb 19
  1. Us Again In Amber (17:09)
  2. Ember 1 (2:14)
  3. Explosions In Slow Motion (16:40)
  4. Ember 2 (2:06)
  5. Disappearing In The Sun (16:22)
  6. Ember 3 (1:55)
  7. Enemies In Your Eyes (17:13)
  8. Ember 4 (1:56)
Review: Since debuting in 2007, Brock Van Wey has released more albums as bvdub than most artists manage in a lifetime but his latest work "Explosions in Slow Motion" is something to behold. Van Wey has rarely made anything quite as heart-achingly poignant, beautiful and sorrowful as this. Fom start to finish, it's a stunning piece of work. Built around electro-acoustic manipulations of layered neo-classical works, the album's eight tracks variously throb, hum, pulse and slowly unfurl, offering slowly-shifting movements that sit somewhere between the kind of claustrophobic ambient works delivered by dub techno producers, classical minimalism and stretched-out drone works. In a word: breathtaking.
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Fabriclive 100 (gatefold 4xLP)
Cat: FABRIC 200LP. Rel: 02 Nov 18
  1. Klein - "Hurry" (1:23)
  2. Cooly G - "Magnetic" (3:31)
  3. Julz Da Deejay - "Deaths Effect" (6:53)
  4. Roman Rodney - "Triple Beat" (4:14)
  5. TLC Fam - "Skim Sam" (6:45)
  6. Lephuga Zafiro - "Agua Y Puerta" (3:19)
  7. Hyph11e - "Black Pepper" (Tzusing remix) (4:32)
  8. Virgin - "B9" (2:50)
  9. Nut-E-1 - "Underwater Fireworks" (7:26)
  10. David Hykes - "Rainbow Voice" (6:54)
  11. Jungle Buddha - "Drug Me" (5:40)
  12. Black Acid - "Black Acid" (5:19)
  13. Vladislav Delay - "Otan Osaa" (4:02)
  14. Mr Fingers - "Spy" (Kode9 remix) (4:14)
  15. Scratcha DVA - "Pink 33" (feat Clara Le San - DJ Phil remix) (2:42)
  16. Tedmann - "Baby" (3:14)
  17. Ontheground - "Fallen" (4:43)
  18. Intense - "The Quickening" (5:31)
  19. Genecom - "Polyphonic Raid" (6:54)
  20. Clementine - "The Opening" (7:34)
  21. Victim Rebirth - "Metamesonyxtia Narkogyra" (4:15)
  22. Friends Lovers & Family - "The Lift" (7:23)
  23. AK1200 - "Junior's Tune" (feat Junior Reid - Digital remix) (5:36)
  24. Ben Frost - "Ionia" (Jlin remix) (3:33)
  25. DJ Taye - "Nu Summer Shit" (3:53)
  26. Jackob's Optical Stairway - "Solar Feelings" (Claude Young Kyoto Soul dub) (6:28)
  27. DJ Chap - "Brujeria" (2:30)
  28. RP Boo - "Wicked'Bu" (5:10)
Review: It seems fitting that the hundredth and final volume in the "FabricLive" mix series should also be its most hotly anticipated. Coming from heavyweight heroes Kode9 and Burial - whose previous back-to-back mix for Mary-Anne Hobbs' show eight years ago has reached near mythical status. The album is a wonderfully full-throttle and mixed-up affair, with the shadowy bass lieutenants giddily flitting between quick-fire sections focusing on South African gqom, footwork, Juke, vintage hardcore, early jungle and more contemporary dancefloor experimentalism, each broken up by typically blazed and paranoid ambient interludes and the occasional surprise selection. There's a lot going on throughout, but that only adds to the fun. In other words, it's a triumphant finale to a landmark mix series.
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La Maison De La Mort (limited gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP) (1 per customer)
Cat: BH 057. Rel: 22 Jan 19
  1. Intro (1:19)
  2. Breaked Scores (1:42)
  3. Bolotniy (5:21)
  4. Fff (3:09)
  5. May Guitar (4:01)
  6. Patt 2 (1:49)
  7. Virus Saw (4:53)
  8. G-F1 (2:36)
  9. Synthetics (7:20)
  10. Moscow Ambience (4:43)
  11. Octa Amb Plucks (3:23)
  12. Moon Pad (7:21)
  13. Forest Loops (1:43)
  14. First Pad (3:52)
  15. Flights (6:08)
  16. Test (1:53)
Review: In recent times we've become accustomed to hearing Pavel Milyakov in full-on obtuse techno mode, delivering devilish dancefloor workouts that tend toward the unflinchingly intense. On La Maison De La Mort, the Russian producer changes take, delivering an album for Berceuse Heroique that's breathtaking in its scope and ambition. He mixes, mangles and manipulates sounds and styles at will, offering up a giddy and mind-altering journey that variously touches on ambient, drone, spoken word, music concrete, white noise, post-apocalyptic doom, dub techno, industrial, IDM, modern classical and much, much more. It could well be his greatest single work to date; it's certainly an absorbing and breathless adventure.

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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan, M50
 in stock $30.42
Cat: NCL 20124. Rel: 15 Sep 14
  1. Tele-VCO
  2. Camino Verde
  3. Into Your Heaven
  4. Motel Baja
  5. Blue Pill
  6. Moda MAkkina
  7. Preciosa
  8. Temporary Paradise
  9. Room Service
  10. El Coyote
  11. No Vacancy
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  1. An Unusual Sunrise (4:55)
  2. Red Skies (8:32)
  3. Before The Rain (3:42)
  4. Emerging Sights (6:51)
  5. Black Spheres (4:11)
  6. Celestial Crusade (7:47)
  7. Victory Over The Sun (5:47)
  8. Eternal Dusk (4:18)
Review: Svreca's Semantica welcomes Wanderwelle and Bandhagens Musikforening for their first collaborative album, and it comes with some observations from Samuel Coccius written in 1566 about unusual sunsets and sunrises known as the "celestial phenomenon over Basel". They have clearly influenced the music here, with its crepuscular ambient techno with yawning pads, widescreen synths and a cinematic feel that pulls you right into the centre of it all. Rhythms come from supple and barely-there drums of "Red Skies", while "Before The Rain" does capture that feeling perfectly with heavenly chords and harmonies. Elsewhere there is darker but just as delicate techno in "Victory Over the Sun" and more besides.
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