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HS 2401
HS 2401 (12")
Cat: HS 2401. Rel: 03 Jun 24
B/W Flower (10:56)
9 Degrees & Rain (9:58)
 in stock $15.32
Anima Mundi
Cat: RTL 008V. Rel: 18 Apr 24
Abex - "Arkanik Archetypes" (6:32)
Jotut - "Divine Correspondence" (6:33)
Nakkore - "Putredo" (4:28)
Nakkore, Jotut & Abex - "Anima Mundi" (8:11)
 in stock $18.23
Fenix EP
Fenix EP (12")
Cat: HVN 065. Rel: 03 Jun 24
Paranoid (6:05)
Black Dog (7:04)
Echoing (5:10)
Travelling Wind (7:34)
Orange Sailes (6:38)
Fenix (7:23)
 in stock $16.65
The Age Of Love (remastered)
The Age Of Love (remastered) (silver vinyl 12")
Cat: DIKIR 2403SILVER. Rel: 24 May 24
The Age Of Love (Charlotte De Witte & Enrico Sangiuliano remix)
The Age Of Love (Jam & Spoon Watch Out For Stella mix - 2021 Remaster) (6:47)
The Age Of Love (Solomun's Renaissance remix) (8:11)
Review: Charlotte de Witte & Enrico Sangiuliano come together to serve up a very personal remix of the hugely influential self-titled classic by Age Of Love. The latter artists originally wrote their best-known track in 1990, shortly after which it became an instant favourite on the global trance circuit. Now specially mastered and reissued once again in 2024 after an initial run in 2021, we're met with three exclusive remixes on this version: one huge-room interpretation by the aforementioned dance giganames and two further deep cuts by Jam & Spoon and Solomun, the former of which also appeared alongside the original and hears a remaster.
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 in stock $18.49
Carnal Fever
Cat: PI 03. Rel: 02 May 24
The Hive
Carnal Fever
Sweating Souls
Toilet Rush
Review: Strap in for the third transmission from Primal Instinct Rec as they call up Alarico for this new and urgent techno outing. 'The Hive' is in such a hurry it almost feels like it is falling over itself with its dubby undercurrents and high-pressure synth wriggles. 'Carnal Fever' is more stripped back and dubby but just as driving with ghoulish vocals panning about the mix. 'Sweating Souls' keeps the funky techno vibes flowing with more overdriven kicks and the sound of a squeaking gate looped over the top. 'Toilet Rush' brings a more off-balance and animalistic feel and 'Aftermath' shuts down with some occult synth sounds and more thumping techno drums full of funk.
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Tracks Volume 3
Tracks Volume 3 (limited red vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 024. Rel: 08 May 18
Amato Y Mariana - "Quieres Bailar" (5:39)
The Sixteen Steps - "Montgat" (6:46)
His Dirty Secrets - "Structures" (6:15)
Further Reductions - "Another Stranger" (4:56)
Review: BOOM! Our favourites, Cititrax, roll the third editions of Tracks out onto our shelves, and the results are unsurprisingly strong on this excellent various artists comp. It's a mixed bag of skills, as per usual, and the sounds are those of a new NYC, fuelled by a new sort of post-industrial sensibility. Amato Y Mariana open with the tight beats and groove of "Queires Bailar", followed closely by the ominous compositions of the EBM-flavoured "Montgat" from The Sixteen Steps. On the flip, His Dirty Secrets bleeps out some morphed acid on "Structures", and "Another Stranger" from Further Reductions churns out a slow, mild-mannered house experiment with its roots clearly planted in the coldest of waves. Sick.
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Digerital EP
Cat: MUSIK 117. Rel: 30 May 24
Chair Fix (10:27)
Digerital (6:14)
Klenkl (6:44)
Review: Rob Amboule makes a compelling debut on Raum... musik with his 'Digerital' EP, offering a fusion of minimal, techno, and progressive trance. The three tracks exhibit Amboule's mature musical ideas and finely tuned production skills, with 'Chairfix' setting expectations with its hypnotic intro morphing into stompy, pulsating techno, evoking a state of rave euphoria and the title track offering a more banging four-to-the-floor techno with atmospheric elements and nods to acid and progressive trance. Closer 'Klenkl', meanwhile, continues the hypno heady grooves and arrangements. Amboule pays homage to the golden age of ravey techno and trance, reinterpreting these genres for modern audiences. Raum... musik's 117th release solidifies its reputation as a quality label for introducing fresh talent and pushing boundaries in electronic music.
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TAR 022
TAR 022 (12")
Cat: TAR 022. Rel: 16 May 24
Drifter (5:40)
Tyrant (5:21)
Limbo (5:26)
Phantom (5:08)
Review: There is plenty to love about this new EP from Dimi Angelis. It's well-made, fad-free techno from the 90s school of thought but with all the requisite modern techniques making it even more standout. 'Drifter' is just perfectly loopy, with ticking hi-hats keeping time, bongo sounds tumbling over themselves and the thudding kicks locking you in. 'Tyrant' ups the pace with frantic percussive loops and nice raw hi-hats peering another hunched-over and punchy low end while 'Limbo' is defined by its loose, whirring synth motif up top and tuning sounds that bring some dynamism to the rigid rhythm. 'Phantom' follows a similarly freaky path and will get massive reactions.
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New World
New World (gatefold white vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: AL 090LP. Rel: 25 Apr 24
Faust (3:38)
No One's Coming (3:38)
Aria (3:57)
All Day Long (3:51)
Collision (3:47)
Dreamstates (4:22)
Higher Power (3:32)
GURU (4:10)
Pantheon (4:34)
Wilderness (3:38)
Talk To Me (3:53)
Mental Powers (5:09)
Tataki (5:26)
Tibet (6:45)
Review: Renowned Greek DJ and experienced producer Argy makes his anticipated return with his newest album, New World, released on the Afterlife label. With 14 tracks in total and most of them clocking in at between three and a half and five minutes, Argy doesn't beat around the bush, giving people what they came for. These tracks ebb and flow quicker than normal techno tracks, giving them a much more straightforward and popular feel. Argy's singing over the tracks fit very well, like in 'All Day Long'. The rhythms are strong while the beats are pulsing and dynamic. Argy is known to be a fantastic techno producer. Singles off the album include 'Higher Power', 'Aria', and 'Pantheon'.
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For Spirits
Cat: ALSD 001. Rel: 05 Jul 23
Traverse (5:26)
In Tongues (5:07)
Foraged In The Margins (1:41)
For Spirits (5:19)
Through The Glass (3:50)
Review: Batu has long been in a class of one when it comes to crafting meticulously hi finely rhythms and sounds. He now steps out to launch his own new label A Long Strange Dream, with a five track EP that runs the stylistic gamut from ambient to raw and futurist techno. Churning bass and hefty hits one up 'Traverse' which rides on a menacing bassline and is action packed from front to back. 'In Tongues' is a thumping technoid banger and 'For Spirits' is a wild rhythmic work out with disrupted low ends and groaning synths. 'Through The Glass' is the Beatles closer that allows you to catch your breath.
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Principle Of Rotation EP
Cat: EMERALD 023. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Principle Of Rotation (5:35)
Antiruffa (5:40)
Below The Surface (5:42)
Fire From The Shadows (5:10)
Tone Of Rush (4:56)
Review: Remko Beekwilder's latest record, 'Principle Of Rotation', is, in the artist's own words, the "characteristic spirit of a momentum feeling folded into a rotation work ethic". Attempting the perspicacious work of decoding this epigraph - a bold, cryptic opening statement to say the least - it's only logical to conclude that Beekwilder considers the act of making techno - not to mention listening to it - to be a kind of rotary movement, through which the excesses of the factory and the burnt-out hyper-Protestant work ethic of the contemporary post-Fordist subject map onto one another. Techno, in other words, is a drive, not an instinct; it bottles the inhuman, alienated, excessive and machinic character of the factory into a clear sonic formula. On 'Principle Of Rotation', we're met with a kooky two-note yawp set against a thorough backbeat, suggesting a kind of unsustainable inherited power; as we said, techno's rotor is a drive, not a cycle; while 'Antiruffa' moves increasingly alarmist, heralding the late-stage process of a behemoth techno-industrial complex collapsing under the weight of its own contradictions; and 'Below The Surface' brings a more subnautical feel to Beekwilder's theoretical base, with freq-modded leads and shuffly, muffly stabs setting a contrastingly saturated tone, compared to the final, arid firefight that is 'Fire From The Shadows'.
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Beltram Vol 1 (Energy Flash)
Cat: RS 926X. Rel: 06 Feb 23
Energy Flash (5:52)
Jazz 3033 (3:32)
Subsonic Trance (4:51)
Psycho Bass (5:00)
Review: 'Beltram Vol. 1' is arguably R&S Records' biggest release, thanks to its inclusion of the timeless track 'Energy Flash', which through various unexplainable forces has become instantly recognizable as the defining track of Netherlands rave. Revered for its reversed strings, low-murmuring voices (that infamous "ecstasy" sample) and crisp-clear acid lines, the track is backed up by three further bangers: the resonant sonic alkali Jazz 303, the gated-piano'ed Subsonic Trance and the early downtempo / big beat cut Psycho Bass. Here it is again, as timeless and essential as ever.
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 in stock $17.95
Infinite Darkness
Cat: ARFA 4232. Rel: 12 Jun 24
Dirge Out (feat Ian Astbury)
Machine (feat Michele Lamy)
Ashes & Dust (feat Actors)
Love (feat Louisahhh)
Meth Rain (feat Front Line Assembly)
Into My Body (feat Blush Response)
The Void Of Nothingness
Infinite Blackness (feat Speedy J)
 in stock $16.12
Dubplate Vibing Part II
Dubplate Vibing Part II (blue marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: KNT 342. Rel: 15 Apr 24
Complete With U (Bluetrain Special edition dub) (9:10)
Traveller (7:28)
Review: Steve O'Sullivan recently launched the Blue Channel project as a kind of sonic companion to his similarly minded dub techno work as Blue Train, in the process paying tribute to Berlin's masters of the extended dubbed-out groove, Basic Channel. This is the second EP in an ongoing series and begins with a fresh 'Bluetrain Special Edition Dub' of 'Complete With U', a track featured (in its original mix form) on the previous EP. This take is more percussively propulsive and addictive - thanks to a locked-in dub house style groove - with warmer synth sounds and echoing vocalisations. It's basically a hat-tip to classic Rhythm & Sound singles of old, albeit with drums that more neatly fit into a wider variety of DJ sets. Over on side B, 'Traveller' is a fine slab of pitched-down vocal digi-dub with added ambient dub sonics.
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 in stock $16.38
Promises & Infatuation
Promises & Infatuation (limited split coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 022. Rel: 12 Jun 17
Borusiade - "Infatuation" (5:28)
Borusiade - "Confutation" (6:19)
The Sixteen Steps - "Signals From The South" (6:28)
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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 in stock $24.04
Hensa (gatefold white & pink vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: ATMV 094. Rel: 24 Jan 22
Oregelis (3:57)
Chad's RA (5:25)
MAGO (5:24)
Wake Upipo (6:23)
Thwimmy (6:45)
Brittle Clap (2:36)
Ore Ayhun (5:57)
Ano Kyo Ku (5:10)
 in stock $18.75
Girl Crush
Girl Crush (12" in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: BNR 192. Rel: 12 Feb 20
Girl Crush (feat Rico Nasty) (3:51)
Girl Crush (feat Rico Nasty - dub mix) (3:57)
Buchla 100 (4:50)
Kaputt (5:37)
 in stock $10.04
Mr Machine (Japanese Edition)
Mr Machine (Japanese Edition) (limited clear vinyl 2xLP with obi-strip)
Cat: K 7286JLPC. Rel: 20 May 24
Mr Machine (3:02)
Bop (2:28)
You Make Me Real (8:18)
Pretend (7:32)
Mi Corazon (7:14)
On Powered Ground (Mixed Lines) (5:49)
Teufelsleiter (6:44)
606 'n' Rock 'n' Roll (6:32)
 in stock $60.21
Godspeed (12")
Cat: LARAMA 002RP. Rel: 01 May 24
Call In Blue (4:03)
Godspeed (5:13)
Nova (5:37)
Yellow Feeling (3:51)
 in stock $17.43
Awake (12")
Cat: RINSECD 031. Rel: 03 Jul 13
 in stock $15.58
De Facto EP
Cat: CKNOWEP 61. Rel: 07 Jun 24
Rhythm Control (XTC mix) (5:32)
Zeta Wave (5:18)
Revenge (5:17)
Psyche (4:54)
Review: Tom Carruthers is a genuine prodigy - a prolific producer of undeniably excellent techno, electro and house music whose expertly authentic nods to dance music's shared part belie his youthfulness. He's released on L.I.E.S in the past but has mostly put out music on his own Non-Stop Rhythm label. Here he makes his bow on the reliable Craigie Knowes imprint with a predictably good four-tracker. Predictably he's delivered the goods, first joining the dots between Joey Beltram, Chiago jack and LFO on 'Rhythm Control (XTC Mix)', before layering mind-mangling analogue electronics atop a heavy TR-909 techno beat on 'Zeta Wave'. 'Revenge' is moody, rolling and hypnotic, while 'Psyche' sees him once again pay tribute to his favourite genre of all, turn-of-the-90s bleep & bass.
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Virtual Visions EP
Cat: TTP 003. Rel: 14 May 24
Virtual Visions (6:33)
Days Of Past (5:03)
Fuck All (5:05)
Panic (6:37)
In Motion (7:35)
Review: Central Intelligence is back with more of his signature techno magic on Time To Panic. The old school pixelated artwork hints at the vibe inside with throwback techno and some retro melodies opening up on the mid tempo 'Virtual Visions'. 'Days Of Past' gets more busy with zippy synth flashing about the mix next to spoken word samples and heavy kicks. 'Fuck All' amps things up further with serrated leads and flashy pads all conveying a sense of urgent intergalactic space travel and the flip side jams 'Panic' - which recalls the Blade Runner soundtrack, and 'In Motion', and elastic cosmic bumper, round out in style.
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 in stock $16.38
Card Short Of A Full Deck
Cat: DE 301. Rel: 15 May 23
Card Short Of A Full Deck (4:30)
Le Rale Du Male Alpha (3:22)
Accidental Surgeries (4:07)
Puddle Points (3:25)
Scene Serpents (3:36)
Une Fuite Chaussee Mais Sans Lacets (3:09)
Review: Dark Entries label regulars De-Bons-en-Pierre are back with more of their scuzzy delights in the form of their Card Short of a Full Deck EP. It's drenched in textbook sludginess as is often the way with Beau Wanzer and Maoupa Mazzochetti ever since they came together in 2016. These tunes were all originally written back in 2019 for live performances and really find the pair pushing at the boundaries of accepted social norms. The absurd sounds pair skipping rhythms with dark and freaky basslines and plenty of eerie rave chords to make for an all-new kind of dance floor energy.
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 in stock $16.65
The B Sides Compilation
The B Sides Compilation (limited hand-numbered 180 gram vinyl 4xLP + booklet)
Cat: MM 182. Rel: 22 May 23
Compression (4:54)
Reforced (4:03)
Just Another Beat (4:04)
There Ain't Nobody (5:45)
Electrain (5:10)
Compression (remix) (4:14)
Magic Orchestra (4:10)
Freestyle 909 (4:06)
Magic Orchestra (CJ Bolland remix) (5:00)
Latino (4:04)
The Heat Of The Moment (4:20)
Butterfly (4:16)
The Tape (remix) (4:48)
The Darkness Revisited (4:17)
Foreign Trips (3:45)
Orbital Ways (3:57)
The Original (4:21)
The Tape (4:15)
Moribund (4:41)
Imagination (4:07)
Raise (5:22)
Traffic (4:13)
Moral Soundabuse (4:21)
I Love You (4:38)
Review: Now in its second reissues round, 'The B Sides' are a cornucopia of vintage techno gems from the Belgian techno maestro Frank De Wulf. Each track on this glistening record could be classed as an oldie but goldie, having graced the iconic Belgian label Music Man Records in 1990 - which evidently is still going strong. Recall delectably crude space jams and hardware ham-fists.
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 in stock $84.80
The B Sides Volume 6
Cat: BSL 022. Rel: 24 Nov 22
Mathmatique (7:17)
Algo-Rhythm (9:24)
Codebreaker (8:01)
Ravers Salute (6:59)
 in stock $16.90
The Negative Positive (B-STOCK)
Cat: BLACKLP 007 (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Jan 90
Stained With The Tears On Their Faces
Is It The Whole Truth
This Is Message To You (feat Nadine Charles)
The Negative Positive
What's Good For You (feat Obebewa)
Recovered Memories (feat Samii)
She Is Virgo
What's An Inferiority Complex
The Disclaimer
Review: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***

Over his long and illustrious career, Dennis 'Dego' McFarlane has made music in many complimentary styles, but it's been broken beat with which he's been associated with for the least two decades. Alongside his friend and regular studio partner Kaidi Tatham, he's developed a particular strain of "bruk" that incorporates elements of jazz, electrofunk, soul, boogie, jazz-funk and, more occasionally, hip-hop. It's this fluid, attractive, synth-heavy sound that's at the heart of The Negative Positive, his first solo full-length for two years. It's as well-made, soulful, slick and musically rich as you'd expect, with a series of stellar vocal numbers joining a swathe of similarly impressive instrumentals.
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 in stock $12.41
Raumgleiter (reissue)
Raumgleiter (reissue) (blue marbled vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HHBER 0833. Rel: 15 Apr 24
Polarstern (7:32)
Schwerelos (7:33)
Berdruck (6:08)
Infrarot (7:16)
Hale Bopp (7:44)
Lava (8:29)
TagNachtLied (6:40)
Subraum (6:58)
Zwischenwelt (6:57)
Review: By the time they released Raumgleiter in 1998, Der Dritte Raum were already legends of the German techno-trance scene. This all-time classic album from the breakthrough years of the sound also saw the project move to a major label - Virgin - but now it's being brought back home to Harthouse, the iconic Frankfurt imprint which first nurtured the sound. The scope of the album is wide and playful, teasing ear catching synth lines which keep the mood fun and freaky, not least on the likes of 'Bedruck', while there's an epic tone to standout trance monster 'Hale Bopp' thanks to the cascading arps and relentless forwards thrust. Of its time but wholly relevant in the current zeitgeist, this is the kind of 90s techno reissue that makes perfect sense.
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 in stock $45.70
Servicedesk 001
Cat: DSR 042. Rel: 08 May 24
Servicedesk 001 (1) (5:59)
Servicedesk 001 (2) (5:59)
Servicedesk 001 (3) (5:31)
Servicedesk 001 (4) (5:52)
 in stock $15.32
Infinite Tetraspace
Cat: CRTSX 011. Rel: 19 Mar 24
Programmable Organism (5:31)
Entity From Tetraspace (4:58)
Tachyon Intelligence (3:59)
Computronium (6:03)
Review: It's no wonder Dopplereffekt named their latest EP 'Inifinite Tetraspace'. For starters, a tetrahedron is a 3D triangular pyramid of equal lengths per side. A sine wave, meanwhile, is in auditory form considered the purest, most basic sound - it is also the graph produced by plotting all the ratio points between two sides of a triangle. The logical conclusion is this: infinite tetraspace might be considered the ultimate form of repetitive sound, carrying on forever, triangulating constantly in all directions, never ceasing. For all its vivid imaginings, Dopplereffekt's dualistic, stereo-effected sound carries on in full force on their latest EP for Curtis Electronix, tetra-scribing four icy, unsettling entities that may only be encountered in this special extra-conscious zone.
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 in stock $15.84
Hey Oh! Lets Go!
Cat: MUOVO 01. Rel: 21 May 24
Hey Oh! Lets Go! 1 (4:51)
Hey Oh! Lets Go! 2 (6:32)
 in stock $15.84
Kinki EP
Kinki EP (hand-numbered red vinyl 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: POLEGROUP 073LTD. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Tactel Kid (5:15)
Kinki (5:27)
Anti Tu (5:32)
La Raya (5:14)
Review: For Release Number 073 from Polegroup, El Joven Prisionero returns home after ten releases since their Sesiones Mercurio EP. The musical formula remains direct and unyielding, featuring strong percussive elements and sonic aggression at a high tempo rate that never quits. 'Tactel' kicks off with an enormous bass drum and stereo-panned high frequencies, complemented by shuffled hats for added tension. 'Kinki' hypnotizes from the outset, building intensity with layered sounds in a continuous, progressive arrangement and 'Anti Tu' blends sci-fi vibes with heavy-duty drums, creating an elastic tool for skilled mixers, while 'La Raya' features asymmetric FM sequences over superbly programmed drums, bringing the funk to the forefront.
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 in stock $17.43
Haze (clear vinyl LP)
Cat: EMKLP 08. Rel: 28 May 24
(Star Key) (2:39)
Harmony (2:05)
Haze (3:00)
Skip (2:02)
Ache (3:18)
Writer (0:57)
Smoke (2:57)
Waltz (2:13)
4/4 (3:03)
Film (2:34)
Low End (2:18)
Shards (2:09)
Rain (2:50)
Lull (1:44)
Haze (Piano) (1:41)
Traum (1:03)
 in stock $23.77
Oscuro Femenino
Cat: INF 001. Rel: 30 May 24
Inaccesible (5:57)
Desmadre (6:14)
Matrix Dance (5:51)
I've Been Watching U (5:31)
Review: Oscuro Femenino is the first release for both Desiree Falessi and Influencia Records, an EP is blending of up-tempo styles like electro, techno and trance. 'Inaccesible' is a powerful, driving, keyboard driven anthem, te main synth line harkening back to classic electroclash of the late 90s - think International Deejay Gigolo Records - with a darker, new wave underlying influence as well. 'Desmadre' is more of an 80s influenced electro that has more of a street breakbeat to it but still sounds fresh and new. For the second side, 'Matrix Dance' is primed for dancefloor destruction. This very catchy track builds to a dramatic crescendo. Lastly, 'I've Been Watching U' ends the record on perhaps our favorite of the bunch. This spacey track finely walks the line between electro and breaks while the bassline draws you closer in. Overall, a great debut dance record for this artist and label! Looking forward to hearing more!
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Story Cu Voce EP
Story Cu Voce EP (12" + insert)
Cat: DCT 001. Rel: 24 May 24
Piesa Cu Story (6:34)
Piesa Cu Story (Antraum remix) (7:27)
Cu O Voce (6:32)
Cu O Voce (Ted Amber remix) (8:09)
Review: Floog continues to offer up a playful strain of minimal techno which now finds a home on a new label called Dreams Come True. If you're always searching for those cool and deadly, sexy vocal minimal joints which inject some sass into a long-trucking DJ set you're going to be all over 'Piesa Cu Story', which takes a soulful female vocal lick and builds a slinky, moody groove around. Antraum then shifts the key of the track and adds some trippy shimmer for a perfect after Horus remix. 'Cu O Voce' on the flip is again charged by a strong vocal sample, but here the production is a more bubbling, acid-speckled confection perfect for a late night brain massage, which Ted Amber dutifully buffs into a pinging freak-out for a spicier kind of dancefloor.
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Reminiscenze Nottetempo EP
Cat: DNZT 010. Rel: 05 Nov 21
Novanta (6:21)
Il Bosco Delle Lucciole (6:04)
Novanta (Dj Tennis remix) (7:18)
Il Bosco Delle Lucciole (Adiel remix) (5:34)
 in stock $12.41
Soft Black Underbelly
Cat: EUROMANTIC 010. Rel: 06 Jun 24
Havet Er Skont (5:32)
Soft Black Underbelly (7:00)
Dream Match (6:04)
Summerlands (6:17)
 in stock $14.53
Woodwork (limited clear splattered vinyl LP)
Cat: CITI 013. Rel: 16 Apr 14
High End Basics
Spectacle Dissolved
Void Of Course
Beyond Time
Death To The Beat
Review: Minimal Wave sister label Cititrax have been teasing fans with the prospect of a Further Reductions album from Shawn O'Sullivan and Katie Rose and the six tracks on Woodwork more than live up to expectations! Although O'Sullivan will be known to most for his industrial leaning techno productions for labels like Avian, L.I.E.S. and The Corner, the Further Reductions collaboration with Katie Rose dates back as far as 2008, formed to explore a vocal-led, contemporary take on the minimal wave sound. According to Cititrax, Woodwork combines the influences of classic techno and early house to create "super lush and atmospheric tracks that work both on and off the dance floor." There's something XTRMNTR era Primal Scream about "High End Basics" whilst "Void Of Course" sounds like gloopy acid house slowed down to a deathly crawl, the rest you should experience for yourself!
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 in stock $24.04
Dimension Intrusion (reissue)
Dimension Intrusion (reissue) (2xLP in spot-varnished sleeve (indie exclusive))
Cat: WARPLP 12R. Rel: 09 Nov 23
A New Day (3:54)
FU (7:45)
Slac (3:19)
Dimension Intrusion (4:04)
Substance Abuse (5:10)
Train-Trac 1 (6:27)
Another Time (Revisited) (6:24)
Theychx (13:13)
UVA (8:07)
Mantrax (8:01)
Nitedrive (3:27)
Into The Space (5:10)
Logikal Nonsense (1:16)
Review: Richie Hawtin's early music was undoubtedly a product of his surroundings in Windsor (the Canadian one) and Detroit, but over time a more European dimension to his sound emerged which naturally aligned with the developments taking place at Warp. When the Artificial Intelligence series came together, Hawtin's approach was certainly tipped more towards techno in the American sense of the word, but his pointillist beats and synth sequences on Dimension Intrusion slotted in comfortably between Speedy J, Polygon Window and Autechre. Not just a horizontal home listening affair, there's plenty of rave teeth to tracks like 'F.U.' and 'Substance Abuse', as he demonstrated his gift for telling vivid, narcotic stories with the 303 and 909. Now, the album has finally remastered and reissued, sounding the best it ever has and released alongside a new edition of Speedy J's equally seminal Ginger.
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Cat: SRN 002. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Gabriella (7:45)
Tempelhof (5:36)
Awakening The World's Heart (5:48)
Lucid Dreaming (5:35)
Review: GiGi FM continues to shape out the sound of her Sea Rene label with another round of intricate, distinctive techno workouts which speak to her non-conformist style. 'Gabriella' is a fierce, uptempo cut with tumbling percussion that feels indebted to a Motor City energy, capped off with some dramatic jazz piano flex which is frankly spine-tingling. 'Tempelhof' has a lighter feel, even as the densely packed drums continue to drive the track forwards at a rate of knots, while 'Awakening The World's Heart' maintains the pressure by balancing sizzling hats and low end thrum with gorgeous streaks of arpeggio and a restless, infectious joie de vivre. High impact techno with a delicate soulfulness - this is truly outstanding stuff.
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Detroit Tango
Detroit Tango (brown smoke vinyl 12")
Cat: PRRUKBLK 112. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Detroit Tango (4:42)
Rocket Surgery (4:48)
Pachinko 24h (4:52)
The Drumz (4:41)
The Walker (4:49)
Atomic Aerobics (4:50)
Review: Gunjack indents a lasting impression with the 'Detroit Tango' EP for Planet Rhythm, taking after the distinct Motor Citied techno style whilst also bringing a supremely balanced and original slant. The producer shows off a clinical, precise, nigh surgical approach to texture, gain staging and mixing, building on a genre that otherwise prides itself on 'rawness' (i.e. gritty street-realist unpolish) and moving further into a direction of serenity and clarity. Take the low end movements of 'Rocket Surgery', on which the track's coltish hook and subnautical kick do not sound separate, but rather one sounds to 'emerge' from the other; and 'The Drumz', which evidently takes after Millsart's 'The Bells' for a more enlivened jamboree, albeit one that still somehow fits in with the softer subtleties of the EP's obverse trax.
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Ominous Music EP
Cat: BP 076. Rel: 30 May 24
Rathma (5:51)
Silencio (5:11)
Stay In The Rhythm (5:21)
Ominous Music (6:07)
Review: Vinicius Honorio returns with Ominous Music, his sophomore release on Blueprint Records following the success of Sem Rumo. With roots in Rio de Janeiro's drum & bass scene and a transition to London's techno community, Honorio's production talent shines through in this dark and dubby offering. Across four tracks, he masterfully crafts a sonic journey filled with trippy textures and foreboding atmospheres, showcasing his signature style that blends energy and passion effortlessly. From pounding beats to intricate soundscapes, Ominous Music fits perfectly into the Blueprint discography. True to form, this EP promises to further establish Honorio's reputation as a strong producer in the underground techno scene.
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Underestimated EP (reissue)
Cat: MPM 36. Rel: 15 Mar 21
Black Man's Word (6:13)
Sleep Is The Cousin Of Death (5:12)
Hard To Kill (6:45)
Review: Robert Hood kicks off his M Plant label's 2021 with a big return for the Perpetual Masters series, with his Underestimated EP. The series is designed to serve up classic back catalogue tackle that has all been newly remastered and made available on vinyl, digital download and streaming. This one came out originally in 1998 and is a powerful and futuristic now as it was back then. 'Black Man's Word' is crispy, driving techno, 'Sleep Is The Cousin Of Death' offers scintillating synth work and 'Hard To Kill' traps you in dark loops.
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Neque Deditionem EP
Cat: CAEDITEOS 004. Rel: 04 Jun 24
Hurtado - "No Surrender" (5:01)
Neurite - "Black Eyes" (5:21)
SlugoS - "Self-Inflicted" (5:24)
TKNS - "Cacharreo Y Dinamita" (5:48)
Review: Berlin's Caedite Eos presents its newest V/A EP, 'Neque Deditionem', building on its horrific Medieval blockbook aesthetic - a look that has worked surprisingly well for them when considered in combination with their sonic predisposition towards hard techno. Welcoming producers Hurtado, Neurite, SlugoS and TKNS to the roster, one can tell from the jump that these aren't any told techno anybodies. Verging on schranz and IDM in places, each artist's name reads like an illicitly-made chemical compound; Hurtado's 'No Surrender' bursts onto the A as the pitiless breakbeat factoryscape from hell, while Neurite's 'Black Eyes' thrusts us further into its lower mechanic echelons, proving there was more to the machine than first met the eye. Increasingly 'techno' but also noisy as it progresses, the EP verges on insanity by the time it has reached the monovalent movements of SlugoS' 'Self-Inflicted', and catastrophe by the time it makes it to the heinous clank-fest that is Tkns 'Cacharreo Y Dinamita'.
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FM 005
FM 005 (12")
Cat: FM 005. Rel: 23 May 24
Innuendo - "Reise Ins Zentrum Der Zeit" (6:53)
Five Ten - "Control" (5:56)
Mono-Tone - "Night Spirits" (5:43)
SPAC - "My Galaxy Is Not Yours" (5:40)
Review: Flight Mode Records' fifth release offers a riveting exploration of futuristic techno landscapes with four distinct tracks from formidable artists. Innuendo's 'Reise Ins Zentrum Der Zeit' kicks off the first side with pulsating rhythms and a progressive build, evoking a journey through time with its driving energy. Following suit, Five Ten's 'Control' harks back to early 90s techno with a robust beat and bleepy melodies, giving listeners with its nostalgic charm. On Side-2, Mono-Tone presents 'Night Spirits,' an enthralling piece featuring a heavy acid line enveloped in ethereal echoes, accompanied by a subtle electro undertone that adds depth to the track's atmosphere. Closing the release, SPAC's 'My Galaxy Is Not Yours' injects upbeat energy with trance elements, inviting listeners on a cosmic voyage filled with pulsating rhythms and hypnotic melodies. Flight Mode Records' commitment to pushing the boundaries of techno is evident in this diverse selection of tracks, shows the label's dedication to delivering forward-thinking electronic music.
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Played by: Rave Energy
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Echoes EP
Echoes EP (12")
Cat: M 27. Rel: 18 Apr 24
Conflicts (5:19)
Echoes (5:25)
Fusion (5:32)
Nebula (5:24)
 in stock $15.32
Frostwire EP
Frostwire EP (translucent yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: FUNDLTD 006. Rel: 30 May 24
 in stock $13.21
Free Your Body
Free Your Body (180 gram vinyl 12" + MP3 download code with obi-strip)
Cat: TRESOR 349. Rel: 01 Nov 22
Free Your Body (5:58)
Mr Kinney (6:04)
Bipolar (5:48)
Life (5:01)
7000 Miles (4:45)
Review: Following their 'Free Your Mind' record from earlier this year, Jensen Interceptor and DeFeKT are back on Tresor with an appropriate follow-up, 'Free Your Body'. As you would expect from these two heavyweights, electro is the order of the day across five tracks as fun as they are serious. 'Free Your Body' has a brooding, prowling quality to it, while 'Mr Kinney' features everyone's favourite robot cop and some gnarly, party-starting monosynth lines. There's space for the straight-up 4/4 thrust of 'Bipolar' and the dirty acid clang of 'Life', leaving '7000 Miles' to mop up with another assault on the senses through the power of gargantuan analogue synths.
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Method Of Madness EP
Cat: JR 04. Rel: 24 May 24
Shock Treatment (5:25)
Walrus (5:32)
Uncharted (5:30)
Mastermind (5:43)
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The Calling
Cat: TOKEN 126. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Magnitude Seven (7:48)
The Calling (5:35)
Out Of The Woods (5:45)
Review: Inigo Kennedy returns to Token for its 126th release with The Calling, a three-track EP that exemplifies his unique production style, blending hypnotic and stomping club elements. Inigo has been making techno for a better part of 25 plus years now with over 50 plus releases to his name. Side-1 features 'Magnitude Seven,' a track marked by melodic dissonance and a stripped-down acid line supporting a saturated groove and noisy synths. Waves of unsettling intensity, driven by a powerful double kick sequence, make this an epic opener. The title track, 'The Calling,' on Side-2, elevates the intensity with a frantic four-to-the-floor rhythm and sustained notes that create a sense of pressure. Harmonic sections breathe life into this nail-biting record, showcasing Kennedy's ability to distance himself from the typical loop-based templates prevalent in techno. This track underscores the ongoing relevance of his long-standing career in club music. The EP concludes with 'Out of the Woods,' a fitting electronica closer that shifts focus to introspection. Drifting notes and shuffled percussion lines evoke Kennedy's UK roots, providing an ethereal epilogue to the preceding techno tracks. The Calling is another masterclass from Inigo Kennedy, highlighting his innovative production techniques and soulful approach to electronic music.
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Show Of Force
Show Of Force (yellow marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: GLTD 009. Rel: 30 May 24
Show Of Force (6:13)
Fading Ruins (4:42)
Digital Inferno (5:22)
Review: Kessell aggresses a 'Show Of Force' with his new EP for his very own Granulart, deploying an impressive arsenal of both dryly experimental but also fully operationally floor-filling techno risers. The titular opener and the B1 'Fading Ruins' evince a world of endless machinic ruination and entropy, as generative lasershots and shuffly synth riffs abound like the giant robotic arms of armaggeddon-bringing mechs. Then things get firestormy on 'Digital Inferno', on which a rare offbeat snare is heard on a techno tune, and impressively squashed digital noise is worked between the thrums.
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