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Sheet One (30th Anniversary Edition)
Cat: NOMU 22VLP. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Drp (1:40)
Plasticity (10:36)
Gak (5:41)
Okx (0:30)
Helikopter (6:12)
Glob (8:34)
Plasticine (11:18)
Koma (4:03)
Vokx (0:40)
Smak (9:05)
Ovokx (1:08)
Review: A truly landmark album in the history of techno, Richie Hawtin set the bar very high for himself and his Plastikman alias with this record. Sheet One is fabled in many ways, from the notorious blotter-sheet sleeve to the inscription about drug consumption on the run-out groove, but its the music itself which has stood the test of time. Wringing layers of emotion from a 303 beyond what most thought was possible, Hawtin created an exciting new extrapolation of the Detroit techno he took his lead from, foreshadowing the increased minimalism which was yet to come. Some 30 years old and still a dazzling masterpiece of modern electronic music, it's sounding better than ever on this special edition reissue via Novamute.
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 in stock $25.94
Four Moves EP
Four Moves EP (limited transparent green vinyl 12")
Cat: M 0008. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Mirage (8:07)
Virtual (5:20)
Haunted (5:19)
Solano (7:36)
Review: MCMLXV welcomes back Analog~1 for a third outing here. It is an alias of JS Zeiter and one that is reserved more for esoteric and electronica tracks following notable outings on labels such as Furthur Electronix, Meandyou and We're Going Deep. 'Mirage' kicks off with melancholic pads and dubby chords over crisp minimal drums that sink you into a reverie. That vibe continues through 'Virtual' and 'Haunted' which care both sophisticated atmospheres with subtle electro-tinged rhythms and quietly emotive pads. 'Solano' closes down with another icy and cavernous space that is filled with meaningful synth craft to make for another classy EP.
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Tags: Dub Techno
 in stock $14.29
Dance Of Rythms
Dance Of Rythms (translucent purple vinyl 12")
Cat: SYNCRO 41. Rel: 17 Nov 23
Dance Of Rythms (10:10)
The Beauty In The Sound (5:29)
Vibe Science (6:00)
Review: Fred P continues to be a prolific driving force in deep house, with his own Private Society label carrying a huge amount of his work these days. On this latest single he maintains one of his other close working relationships with Parisian institution Synchrophone, delivering three cuts of his refined, endlessly immersive music. 'Dance Of Rhythms' is a driving, sharply defined cut with a lot of action occurring in the lower register while the higher frequencies have acres of space to stretch out in, all the better to keep your head mellow while the hips sway. 'The Beauty In The Sound' is a more pattering affair and 'Vibe Science' favours a nagging drum pattern which nods towards jazz funk as much as techno. This is quintessential Fred P mastery, through and through.
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 in stock $16.41
A Beladen Date 4 Ever
Cat: TR 036. Rel: 27 Nov 23
A Beladen Date 4 Ever (10:44)
Transport Fighter (9:43)
Review: Baby Ford's Trelik label is as revered as they come in underground circles. Ion Ludwig is not far behind when it comes to his productions and so the two are a perfect match who reunite once more here. This fresh 12" kicks off with the brain cleansing minimalism of 'A Beladen Date 4 Ever', a silky groove doused in harmonic chords, with swirling pads and rubbery bass all tightly intertwining. 'Transport Fighter' is a more punchy cut with thudding kicks and heftier bass, but still a nebulous eco-system of pads and melodies swirling around up top. Two killer cuts. no doubt.
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 in stock $16.15
Theories Of Time
Theories Of Time (limited heavyweight green & black smoke vinyl 12" + digital bonus track download code)
Cat: LPY 13. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Distortion (5:18)
Travelling (9:16)
Shift (3:52)
Delay (7:35)
Review: Hidden Sequence have appeared on legendary dub techno label Mosaic in fine form of late and now they land on the Lempuyang imprint with four more serene fusions. Their Theories of Time EP opens up with the swaggering dub rhythms and bottomless depths of 'Distortion', a cut as heady as they come. 'Travelling,' as the title suggests, has a deeper rolling groove and more movement to it as it snakes through underwater dub caverns. Flip it over for more widescreen and serene explorations of the ocean floor with 'Shift' and mysterious leads of 'Delay' which is a fourth and final frictionless dub dream.
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Tags: Dub Techno
 in stock $14.56
Path (12")
Cat: IT 060. Rel: 21 Nov 23
Path (5:40)
Zoom (5:36)
Screen (5:34)
Blade (5:45)
Review: Deetron's been turning out serene house and techno for many a year but he changes tact here and presents Soulmate on Ilian Tape. It's an EP with a wide array of influences and kicks off with 'Path' which is bright, melodic, electric house music with cow bells galore. 'Zoom' is tightly coiled, loopy, dusty, turbocharged tackle with a warming intensity and then 'Screen' pairs more balmy and blissed-out chords with hurried beats and layers of FX and percussion. Last of all is the best of the lot - 'Blade'. It's a tribal, percussive cut that cannot fail to sweep you off your feet.
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Spirit Moves
Cat: TOKEN 121. Rel: 29 Nov 23
Presence (5:36)
Spoken Word (5:57)
Spirit Moves (6:38)
Blue Lace (5:02)
Review: For their next voyage into the peak time techno dimension, Token welcome Altinbas for a swift follow-up to the Illumination 12" from earlier this year. This four-tracker is brimming with tension and invention as the Brussels-based producer brings some deft programming flair to classic 909 drum sounds. 'Presence' has an atmospheric, dubby mood thanks to its reverb drenched synth blooms, but 'Spoken Word' shifts the focus onto the rhythms and keeps the energy up with dynamic switches between formations of vintage percussion. 'Spirit Moves' has a little Robert Hood-flavoured paranoia in its synth line, and 'Blue Lace' brings the record full circle with a spacious cut that lets the melodic elements lead, albeit still strapped to some of those incisive beats.
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Trip EP
Trip EP (12")
Cat: MYOM 002. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Trip (8:09)
Airlock (4:55)
Sick Flips (7:10)
Space (4:41)
Review: Make Your Own Meaning continues to convey its unique techno message with a new statement of intent from label head Lurka. The artist has been busy of late and continues to be on a roll with another fascinating four tracker that genuinely serves up some original sounds and rhythms. 'Trip' gets things underway with organic percussive patterns stacked up over drilling bass to make for a prickly groove. 'Airlock' is similar but darker and heavier and 'Sick Flips' keeps the nimble feel going with dancing perc, rigid synths and scratchy sound effects all coalescing over broken drum patterns. Last of all is another dense, busy and multi-layered melange of tiny percussive sounds, synths and clipped rhythms that will make any floor move.
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 in stock $14.03
Reptilian Tank (reissue)
Reptilian Tank (reissue) (mustard marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: TRUNCATE 26. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Reptilian Tank
Reptilian Tank (Truncate remix)
Review: DJ Hyperactive's now-defunct Contact was the label that first put out this cult cut from 1996. Some 25 years later it now gets a welcome reissue on Truncate's own self-titled label and features a remix from the techno titan himself. 'Reptilian Tank' gets a breath of new life and a refreshing new remix by label boss Truncate. First up is the original - a head-wrecking, panel-beating techno rave-up with wispy pads and pulsating bass that is full of pent-up energy. The remix is a speedy, stripped-back version that races ahead with all the urgency of a shooting star.
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 in stock $13.76
Nanoclusters (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: CPU 01111001. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Khroxic Mould (3:38)
Snapterisk (3:47)
Metallik (3:13)
Syntheseers (2:53)
Calcula (4:02)
Metro Esc (3:19)
Digit Six (3:10)
Metal Glass (3:03)
Review: Global Goon should be familiar to anyone with an appreciation for real deal braindance from the label that coined it, Rephlex. As a veteran of Aphex's label, the Goon has proven himself to be gifted in the art of off-kilter electro more than enough over the years. Quite simply, no-one is giving machine funk quite the flair and verve this guy is, and his wobbly jams are over-flowing with ideas. This is exactly what braindance is all about, wringing emotion, originality and sense of mischief out of the noisy boxes in your studio. At eight tracks, this is more like an album than an EP, all the better to sink your brain into.
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 in stock $14.29
Infinit 1 (remastered)
Infinit 1 (remastered) (translucent blue vinyl 12")
Cat: ECHOSPACE 010RE. Rel: 08 Nov 23
Infinit-1 (5:27)
Infinit-1 (Remodel) (5:59)
Infinit-1 (STL remix) (11:19)
Review: In keeping with other reissues from the Echospace archives, CV313 have revisited and remastered their 2010 classic 'Infinit-1'. The single leads with some quintessential immersion from Rod Modell and Stephen Hitchell, all metallic chord pulses billowing through steely ambience guided by deep-ploughing rhythms. The 'Remodel' takes a more subliminal approach as the chord becomes a low frequency sonic just below the surface. The B-side is given over to STL, whose singular approach to stripped and sublime dub techno is never better than on this beautifully hazy early morning twist on 'Infinit-1'.
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 in stock $15.35
Der Rhythmus
Der Rhythmus (splattered vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SYST 01366. Rel: 29 Nov 23
Der Rhythmus
Der Rhythmus (Dense & Pika remix)
Review: Six months after their first collaborative outing 'Die Zeit' in May - also on thyme Systematic label - two bonafide German techno titans have been busy in the studio once more. This time they offer up 'Der Rhythmus' on limited edition splattered vinyl and it is another timeless, terrific and peak time cut. The drums and snares are snappy as you like with distorted bass down low and suspensory arps keeping you on edge as a libidinous female vocal adds the final touches. UK duo Dense & Pika remix with a more stripped-back but not less slamming sound.
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 in stock $23.03
Fallen Angel
Cat: SCDD 043. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Fly Away XTC (6:29)
Fly Away XTC (G-Town mix) (6:07)
1997 (4:52)
Feeling Emotions (5:31)
Found My Angel (6:26)
Fallen Angel (5:42)
Review: You can't fault a label that just bangs out high quality and functional tracks deigned to do nothing more than just blow up the floor. And Mall Gabr's Stye City Discs has always done that. Next up to make his destructive entry is Kettama with Fallen Angel, a six track EP doused in rave euphoria. 'Fly Away XTC' is an old school and pills dup banger that also comes as a G-Town mix and 'Feeling Emotions' then layers up the diva vocals and all out piano joy. 'Found My Angel' ducks and dives bobs and waves through layers of chords and scratchy drums 'Fallen Angel' is another hands in the air, lost in the lasers moment.
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 in stock $16.41
The Annual 2024
The Annual 2024 (unmixed 2xCD)
Cat: MOSCD 559. Rel: 24 Nov 23
Calvin Harris & Ellie Goulding - "Miracle" (CD1)
Casso & RAYE & D-Block Europe - "Prada"
Switch Disco & Ella Henderson & Robert Miles - "React"
Jazzy - "Giving Me"
PinkPantheress & Ice Spice - "Boy's A Liar" (part 2)
Jorja Smith - "Little Things"
Nathan Dawe & Joel Corry & Ella Henderson - "0800 Heaven"
DOD - "So Much In Love"
Tech It Deep - "Maria Maria"
Kylie Minogue - "Padam Padam"
MK & Dom Dolla - "Rhyme Dust"
Borai & Denham Audio & Donna Allen - "Make Me"
Gorgon City - "Voodoo"
London Grammar & Camelphat - "Higher"
Ewan McVicar - "Groove Thang"
LF System - "Dancing Shoes (Take Me Higher)"
Majestic & Liam D - "Dancing & Singing"
Alok & Ava Max - "Car Keys (Ayla)"
Sigala & Mae Muller & Caity Baser - "Feels This Good" (feat Stefflon Don)
Regard & Ella Henderson - "No Sleep"
Hypaton & David Guetta - "Be My Lover" (feat La Bouche)
Empire Of The Sun & Southstar - "We Are The People"
Rudimental & Charlotte Plank & Vibe Chemistry - "Dancing Is Healing" (CD2)
Venbee & Goddard - "Messy In Heaven"
Nia Archives - "Baiana"
Bou Slay - "Closer"
Sub Focus & Dimension - "Ready To Fly"
Charlotte Haining & Goddard - "High Hopes"
Luude & Issey Cross - "Oh My" (feat Moby)
A Little Sound - "Back To Back (B2B)"
Creeds - "Push Up"
Chemical Brothers - "No Reason"
Ciara & DJ Heartsring - "1, 2 Step" (DJ Heartsring remix)
Patrick Topping - "Make Me Happy" (feat Might Delete Later)
Bklava & Jamie Boy Bassline - "It's Your Time"
Ben Hemsley - "Every Little Thing"
Schak - "Inferno" (feat Scorccio)
Murphy's Law (UK) - "Ain't No Other Man" (rework)
Eats Everything & Shezar - "Get Up"
Bunt & Nate Traveller - "Clouds"
Blessed Madonna - "Shades Of Love" (feat The Joy)
Benny Mussa - "Save My Life"
Adelphi Music Factory - "Memories (Burning In Time)"
Young Marco - "What You Say?"
Review: Since the early 90s, Ministry of Sound's yearly Annual compilations have done an excellent job in chronicling crossover dance hits, mainstream dancefloor killers, and popular underground workouts that make their way into the wider public consciousness. This year's edition (confusingly dated 2024, despite being released in late 2023) continues the successful franchise via two unmixed discs of radio-friendly dance favourites. It naturally ticks all of the usual boxes, contrasting breakout big room hits by underground heroes (Young Marco, Adelphi Music Factory, Ewan McVicar) and sizable tracks from established dance heavyweights (Chemical Brothers, Sub Focus and Dimensions, Rudimental, MK), with gigantic EDM works (Calvin Harris & Ellie Goulding) and the odd out and out dance-pop hit (Kylie Minogue).
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 in stock $12.44
No Future EP
No Future EP (limited 12")
Cat: PF 005. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Aline Umber - "Hypnotized" (feat Poggio) (5:09)
Juaan - "Talt" (5:51)
Ramez - "Devil Selectro" (5:39)
Plazeg - "German Physicist" (6:03)
Review: Poggio and Gabriel Belabbas' cheeky Positive Future label is back once again to bring some playful mischief to the contemporary electro-techno scene. This split release showcases some of the artists orbiting the label, kicking off in spooky style with Aline Umber's 'Hypnotized', which features a pitched down vocal from Poggio no less. Juaan's 'Talt' is equally steeped in B-movie freakery and tongue-in-cheek samples, while Ramez takes things deeper on bass-toting dirtbag joint 'Devil Selectro'. Plazeg finishes the record off with the scattershot bleep feast 'German Physicist', which has a whale of a time plying its own line in gleefully macabre club music.
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 in stock $16.68
ECHO10LTD 002 (transparent blue marbled vinyl 10")
Cat: ECHO10LTD 002. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Echo From The Outerworld (6:28)
Minimalism In Dub (5:23)
Review: We'd be hard pushed to think of any labels out there right now that are doing a better job of serving up deliciously deep and detailed dub techno than Echo LTD. For this one, the in house crew takes care of a pair of sublime new sounds that take you to the ocean floor and keep you there. 'Echo From The Outer World' opens with gently echoing chords pacing about the mix over a rolling and rubbery low end with shards of light beaming down from above as if the sun has just shone through some clouds. 'Minimalism In Dub' takes things back even further with more liquid rhythms and smooth drum rotations. So good.
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 in stock $14.29
Selected Ambient Works 85-92
Cat: AMB 3922LP. Rel: 24 Oct 19
Xtal (4:51)
Tha (9:02)
Pulsewidth (3:48)
Ageispolis (5:21)
I (1:12)
Green Calx (6:05)
Heliosphan (4:50)
We Are The Music Makers (7:45)
Schottkey 7th Path (5:02)
Ptolemy (7:14)
Hedphelym (6:04)
Delphium (5:27)
Actium (7:36)
Review: In line with the timely reappraisal of all things R&S related, the resurgent Apollo have seen the opportunity to bring one of their most celebrated records back for another round. Aphex Twin's ambient recordings mature magnificently with age, sounding ever richer and more emotive as the rest of electronic music continues to play catch up all around. From the gentle breakbeats of "Xtal" to the aquatic techno lure of "Tha", the airy rave of "Pulsewidth" to the heartwrenching composition of "Ageispolis", every track is a perennial example of how far ambient techno could reach even back then. It's just that no-one quite had the arm-span of Richard D. James.
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 in stock $24.62
Law Of Grace (reissue)
Cat: TR 035. Rel: 06 Mar 23
Law Of Grace (10:45)
Meltdown (6:28)
Lady Science (Tek mix) (5:52)
Review: As Soul Capsule, Baby Ford and Thomas Melchior made some of minimal techno's most accomplished records. It has been many years since they stopped turning out new material - sadly - but their archive tracks are still in hot demand and undeniably relevant. While 1999's 'Lady Science' might be their most famous offering, this EP from 2001 on Aspect Music is no less vital and it will currently cost you well over L250 on second-hand markets. It is Ford's Trelik label who reissues it here in all its glory: the entirety of the a-side is taken up with 'Law Of Grace,' a delightfully deep and breezy minimal dub house roller with pensive chords draped over the frictionless drums. 'Meltdown' has a more experimental feel with brushed metal drums beneath a wordless vocal musing. The cult 'Lady Science' (Tek Mix) is also inched with the whole package being remastered by D&M to make this one utterly essential.
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 in stock $10.58
The Benefits Of Living In A Hole
The Benefits Of Living In A Hole (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: VOAM 013. Rel: 29 Nov 23
Pumping Plastics (5:07)
Vankelmotor (3:59)
Eurotrashed (5:10)
Liquid Rattan Mainframe (4:47)
Review: Peder Mannerfelt's high-sheen techno is in an advanced state of mutation at this point in time, and so it finds a perfect home on Blawan and Pariah's equally non-conformist Voam. This is the third EP the plucky Swede has graced the label with, and there's no shortage of fresh and fierce fireworks setting off across all four tracks. 'Pumping Plastics' is centred around staccato stabs that sound like a template for a hard dance genre which is yet to exist. 'Vankelmotor' has lithe, creeping textural work which sounds like rubber on rubber in the pleasure parlour while the band donks on. 'Eurotrashed' has a grubbier, mechanical techno impetus which fires off pistons of percussive pressure in pursuit of any remaining shreds of sanity, a quarry which remains elusive as we derail into the twitchy tension of 'Liquid Rattan Mainframe'. Superlative, in all the best ways.
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Played by: Midland
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Burn Frequency EP (feat Bluespirit dub)
Cat: MOSAIC VS01. Rel: 09 Oct 23
Inner Glow (7:31)
Still Burnin' (6:47)
Inner Glow (Bluespirit dub) (6:15)
Review: We're always glad to hear new material from undisputed dub techno don Steve O'Sullivan. This new one on his own Mosiac label finds him facing off with Paul Simmons on a pair of deliciously deep cuts. 'Inner Glow' is given the whole of the A-side to make its mark and it does - with a slightly more soulful sound than you might expect. Rather than pure heads down underwater deepness, it's got a heart warming vocals hook and brighter chord vamps over the signature drum smoothness. 'Still Burnin''is a quicker cut with more radiant chords and a soulful spirit, then a Bluespirit dub of the a-side zones things out nicely.

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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $15.09
Overcome/Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)
Cat: TR 11:11. Rel: 21 Apr 23
Overcome (9:00)
Lady Science (NYC Sunrise) (9:22)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Trelik returns with a repackaged edition of one of the catalogue's most treasured releases. "Overcome" and "Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)" need little introduction, and now come sporting the new TR11:11 matrix number. Written and produced by Thomas Melchior and Baby Ford aka Soul Capsule, these tracks came from one of the many sessions recorded at the West London Ifach Studio in 1999. On the A Side "Overcome" is stripped back and energetic, driven by rolling and shuffling garage style beats, tight bubbling bass and atmospheric synth pads. The intermittent vocal samples and the release's signature organ set you up for the flip, "Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)". Possibly one of house music's most emotive pieces, the track builds slowly with the introduction of each part building a story of soulful optimism based around a sparse palette of deep synths, uplifting keys and warm analogue bass. The understated beauty of the main vocal riff never seems to grow old or tired with the track lending itself perfectly to either main room, peak-time play or after-hours sessions alike. Remastered by Rashad at D & M.
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Interdance EP
Cat: INTER 001. Rel: 28 Nov 23
Cabanelas - "Interdance" (7:55)
Cabanelas & Soto - "Afilando La Faca" (5:23)
Mich - "1937" (7:04)
Mich - "Serotonina" (6:09)
Review: Interdance is a new label tapping into the fruitful trancey tech house sound and its opening gambit features three artists doing great work within the sub-sub genre. Montevideo Electric main man Cabanelas is up first with the widescreen delights of 'Interdance', clearly an anthem of sorts for the label's direction. Then he links up with Soto for the more playful, acid-tickled workout 'Afilando La Faca' which could just as easily work at a warehouse rave as a conventional club. Mich takes over the B side with two contrasting cuts - the shimmering, transcendental '1937' and the synth-pop influenced 'Serotonina'. Along with the A-side tracks, they confirm Interdance as a new label to watch in this buoyant scene.
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Sailingstars (remastered)
Sailingstars (remastered) (translucent blue vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: ECHOSPACE 009RE. Rel: 08 Nov 23
Sailingstars (9:59)
Subtraktive (Intrusion Twilight dub) (8:14)
Sailingstars (Intrusion Reform) (4:19)
Review: Take a trip back into a classic from the Echospace archives as we get treated to a remastered edition of CV313's 'Sailingstars'. The original mix of the track is a perfect dub techno workout from Rod Modell and Stephen Hitchell, roundly defined by the shimmer and shift of the chords, crackling with electricity and strapped to a meditative pulse. The Intrusion versions take things much further out, with the 'Twilight Dub' of 'Subtraktive' heading right to the fringes as the slither of a beat buffets along the faintest wisps of texture and tone. The 'Reform' of 'Sailingstars' is a little more forthright, subtly dubbing out the original structure with all the refinement you expect from these dub techno totems.
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Played by: Tr One
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Homesoon (12")
Cat: MH 031. Rel: 14 Nov 23
Catsu (4:24)
Overpass (9:53)
3x A Charm (5:27)
Muster (6:18)
Citta (6:06)
Review: Unmatched textural-ambient vibesetters Mood Hut flaunt their aptitude for the style once again, this time presenting the latest five-track EP from Sydney's current-favourite musical HSP, Cousin. The origin story for HomeSoon, a dearth of synaptic reflections and blissful fuzzouts, goes something like this: on his way back from the New Year's rave, Cousin would perambulate all bleary-eyed, finding himself in the midst of a dense Angophora thicket. What followed was a deluge of plant-like eureka moments - ideas coming thick and fast, taking root in both arborescent and rhizomatic fashion - producing the likes of 'Overpass' and 'Muster', all of which present as ever-moving quasi-electronic organisms.
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Played by: Kaoru Inoue
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So This Is Love
Cat: DEBTX 3112. Rel: 26 Oct 23
So This Is Love (4:52)
So This Is Love (Neo Neo mix) (4:05)
Q (Santa Monica mix) (4:15)
Review: Hailing from the brilliant, tangled web orbiting Future Sound Of London, Mental Cube was one of Garry Cobain and Brian Dougans' short-lived side projects which found them indulging in the bleep and acid house sound. Given the talent at the controls, it's little wonder this release became such a holy grail - a misfit twist on the conventional formula of club records at the time and yet still as satisfying as any of the more widely played early 90s hits. This is the first time the release has been reissued in its true original form, meaning both mixes of 'So This Is Love' and the 'Santa Monica Mix' of 'Q'. Listen out for the cheeky nod to 808 State on 'So This Is Love' - a respectful tip of the hat rather than a cheeky lift, we'd say.
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 in stock $17.99
DBS Volume 2
DBS Volume 2 (yellow vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: MOSAICDBS 02. Rel: 06 Nov 23
Sub Basics - "Mediterranean" (9:04)
Fletcher - "Sludge" (7:52)
Review: Steve O'Sullivan's Mosaic label is back with a second volume of its dubs series, this time on nice yellow vinyl with Sub Basics and Fletcher given one side each to shine. Sub Basics goes first with 'Mediterranean', a lovely liquid dub with bottomless depths and perfectly smooth, frictionless drums. Lovely soft melodies drift in and out as the echoing hits and icy hi-hats help oil this most heady of grooves. On the flip, Fletcher offers up 'Sludge' which is a little more tense and menacing, with darker bass and more texture as well as distant groaning pads that keep you guessing and on edge.

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Reissued 003
Reissued 003 (limited translucent orange vinyl 12")
Cat: AWAYLMTD 003C. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Der Strahlende Verlierer (8:29)
Hardwired Tangent (7:25)
Hardwired Hypotenuse + Asymptote (12:16)
Review: A part-posthumous reunion of a longstanding collaboration between two titans of German ambient, Move D and the late Pete Namlook hear three of their most enduring classics reissued via Away Music. Drawing on slightly different traditions - D hailing from sophisti-minimal and Namlook a denizen of the more beatless, heavenly ambient and trance flaunted on his FAX label - the pair almost always produced an unmistakable style together, mired in many-a hazy, padded cloud and modular texture. These hallmarks are on full display here with 'Hardwired Tangent' on particular - what sounds to be an early alt-version of their beautiful compilation cut 'Wear Your Love Out' - while the blissful B-sider 'Hardwired Hypotenuse + Asymptote' stands out as a more mathematical ponderance of ungrounded space.
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ZMNT 009
ZMNT 009 (12")
Cat: ZMNT 009. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Gravel Pit (5:40)
Ideal Future (5:05)
Acid Thirst (5:57)
Climb These Walls (5:43)
Review: M Parent's penchant for texture is laid bare on this searing and arresting new EP for Zement. It opens with 'Gravel Pit' which sounds like an audio diary from a car-wrecking plant. Twisted metal, fizzing battery acid, and crushed glass all feature over a distorted baseline and broken rhythm. Those same scuzzy sounds define the rest of the EP from the acid-laced 'Ideal Future' to the coruscated funk of 'Acid Thirst' via the caustic intensity of closer Climb These Walls'. An impressively unique offering that very much has its own singularly sound palette.

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Cat: EE 0012. Rel: 28 Nov 23
Blackpoold (8:00)
Bright Raven 002 (6:49)
Bright Raven 003 (6:40)
Review: Bright Raven is a brand new artist from Detroit who offers up a superb debut EP here for the Emotions Electric label. He brings with him plenty of Motor City magic and fuses serene and soulful techno sounds with great electronics and plenty of cosmic charm. Opener 'Blackpoold' has bright melodies lights glowing in the distance over a hurried bassline, then 'Bright Raven 002' gets much busier with chattery snares and percussion over serene pads and pulsing bass. Last of all is the deep and astral house of 'Bright Raven 003' with its many rich layers of synth and melody all washing over you with late-night charm.
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Turn It Up (feat Brian Kage mix)
Cat: BM 01245. Rel: 06 Nov 23
Turn It Up (4:31)
Turn It Up (Brian Kage's Gotta Big Ole Beretta Booty mix) (3:25)
Review: Dez Andres must have had a busy year in the studio because he has a few new joints dropping at the moment. Beretta Music has his latest and it comes in the form of a 7"to follow up his 'Back in My Space' from back in Spring. Once again here the Motor City native, former Slum Village DJ and house maestro dips into his more soulful side with some fresh breakbeat tunes that are sure to get the floor popping. Yelping vocals and some signature Andres basslines finish it in a fiery fashion. Fellow Detroit talent Brian Kage steps up with a booty-shaking remix that gets even heavier on the drums to make for another fine 7".
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Played by: The Allergies
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Changing Channels: Part 2
Cat: HESLP 005PT2. Rel: 05 Oct 23
Installation (4:55)
Squid (4:29)
If (5:40)
Bad Lines (3:54)
Review: It's been a long time since we heard from Pangaea, one of the three famous faces who made up the original Leeds label come ubiquitous DJ's DJ's DJ imprint - Hessle Audio. Though perhaps less appreciated than his contemporaries Ben UFO and Pearson Sound, now's his time to shine again: Changing Channels is his second ever album, following up 2016's In Drum Play (which for all its quality, rough, juddering techno experiments, will always line the shelves of many a budding selector). Like its predecessor, oddball bassy techno is here Pangaea's preferred mode, whether reflected in the sassy femme vocal cutups of 'Installation' or the spitting basses of 'Squid'. This is one of two vinyl 12"s over which the album is spread; an effort to enhance its playability for DJs.
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Vayu The God Of Wind
Cat: GRSCL 32. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Deep Space Explorer
Binocular View Sunset
Deep Search
Magnetic Fields Of Love
Review: .While he's contributed to the label's output before, Vayu The God of Wind marks the first time ADILR (real name Hampus Johan Karlsson Andersson) has served-up a full-length excursion. Given that his brand of deep and dubby techno is arguably tailor-made for the album format - it's all about immersive sound design, slowly shifting electronic motifs, and grooves so deep and hushed that they're practically subterranean - this is something of a surprise. There's no doubt he's delivered, though, serving up a set of largely elongated workouts that sit somewhere between the outer-space explorations of Echospace, the icy soundscapes of fellow Scandinavian producer Biosphere, and the deep techno work of his Greyscale label boss Grad_U.
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Grava 4 (reissue)
Cat: CAL009RE2023/C# 25LPBLACK. Rel: 27 Oct 23
Cascading Celestial Giants
Gravity Waves
Powers Of The Deep
Drexcyen Star Chamber
Drexcyen REST Principle (Research Experimentation Science Technology)
Hightech Nomads
700 Million Lightyears From Earth
Astronomical Guidepost
Review: Released in 2002 as the Drexciya project was forced towards an untimely finish with the passing of James Stinson, Grava 4 remains a high-point in the legendary Detroit electro pioneers' catalogue. As ever, the magic of the record lies in the balance between experimental, provocative sound design and fully physical, instinctive machine funk. Stinson and Gerald Donald were able to say a great deal within the parameters of their project, and Grava 4 remains leagues ahead of what most people think electro can be. Just marvel at the likes of 'Gravity Waves', which feels like the truest representation of the genre without ever following a pre-existing formula.
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Red Yellow Black
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 288. Rel: 28 Nov 23
Tokyo Street
Midnight On The Mountain
By The River
Good Morning
By The Lake
Review: After initially reserving much of his music for his own Tartan label, Wallace has been on plenty of fine sojourns to other top labels of late including CWPT's from Palms Trax, Studio Barnhus and Rhythm Section. Now he makes his biggest statement yet with a double album on Mule Musiq that draws on everything in his arsenal. His deft melodic touch and innocent synth work defines the first couple of clean and airy cuts while his knack for an unusual rhythm defines the loopy and hypnotic 'Midnight On The Mountain,' 'By The River' is a gorgeous deep house cut with eastern melodies and 'Bubbles' is pure dreaming material for zoned out sessions. A fine work from the talented Wallace.
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Ginger (reissue)
Ginger (reissue) (2xLP (indie exclusive))
Cat: WARPLP 14R. Rel: 09 Nov 23
Ginger (7:10)
Fill 4 (2:05)
Beam Me Up! (5:42)
R2 D2 (5:42)
Fill 14 (4:10)
Basic Design (7:39)
Perfect Pitch (7:00)
Flashback (6:25)
Pepper (5:55)
De-Orbit (6:10)
Review: Warp continues to comb back through the landmark Artificial Intelligence series with this landmark record from Jochem Paap, aka Speedy J. Alongside a tandem reissue of Richie Hawtin's F.U.S.E. album Dimension Intrusion, this remastered edition of Ginger takes us back into the heart of early 90s techno innovation, when new ideas were developing globally at a rate of knots. Paap had already established himself in the harder end of the techno pool, but Ginger flipped the script with an immersive, meditative exploration of minimalism and melodic structure. Amongst the eternal classics are some dazzling miniatures deemed 'Fills' which make for some of the most compelling listening on this seminal slice of early 90s techno.
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Night After Night
Cat: AL 076. Rel: 14 Nov 23
Night After Night (feat Be No Rain - Camelphat remix)
Overcome (6:08)
Review: Tale Of Us and their Afterlife label have very much carved out their own unique sound world and it is one loosely described as emotional melodic techno. Entering it this time out is a mix of artists not so often associated with that sound, particular in the case of house duo Camelphat. Here stye work with Fideles and Be No Rain on 'Night After Night,' a theatrical vocal cut with plenty of big synth drama and chill beats. On the flipside is 'Overcome' which is more textured and has a tortured synth lines bring the pixelated drama over sleek tech house drums.
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Tomorrow Comes The Harvest
Cat: 677863 0. Rel: 26 Sep 18
Locked & Loaded (7:46)
Altitudes (7:03)
On The Run (8:07)
The Seed (7:11)
Review: Back in 2016, legendary Afrobeat drummer Tony Allen approached techno pioneer Jeff Mills with the idea of working together. A series of live gigs and off-the-radar studio sessions followed, with the first fruits of their joint efforts finally appearing on this must-have 10". As you'd expect, the duo's collaborative work combines Allen's traditional Nigerian polyrhythms, traditional Afrobeat instrumentation, and the far-sighted, sci-fi inspired electronic futurism that has always marked out Mills' work. The result is a quartet of cuts that could arguably be described as retro-futurist Afro-tech - all delay-laden beats, basslines and organs subtly sparring with gentle acid lines, Motor City electronics, beguiling deep space textures and shimmering, 31st century motifs. It's arguably Allen's stylistic contributions that dominate, but that's no bad thing.
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The Green Wave EP
The Green Wave EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: TNW 009. Rel: 11 Sep 23
Numbers (extended Freedom edit) (7:53)
Awakening (6:26)
The Feels (6:22)
Review: The unstoppable Steve O'Sullivan brings more of his irresistible dub techno goodness to this heavyweight 12" for Taste Not Waste. By now you will be familiar with the sort of sound Steve deals in but somehow it never seems to get old. This one kicks off with a tight and tech-infused roller with clipped kicks and playful chords that bring feel-good vibes. 'Awakening' then has pinging kicks and vamping chords to enliven any floor and last of all is 'The Feels'. It's another perfectly executed club cut with oodles of warm bass and super smooth grooves.
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The Man With The Red Face
Cat: F 119/1370119130. Rel: 21 Sep 00
The Man With The Red Face (original mix)
The Man With The Red Face (Svek remix)
The Man With The Red Face (Funk D Void remix)
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Midnight Magic
Midnight Magic (limited 12")
Cat: ITF 09. Rel: 08 Mar 23
Midnight Magic (8:24)
Magical Vibes (6:20)
Himalaya Magic (7:50)
Review: Dutch techno producer Steve Rachmad returns to In The Future, adding another quality slab of techno wax to a pile that has built up solidly over a 15-year career. 'Midnight Magic' is quietly and calmly industrial, with many-a-layer of background 909 and foreground kick-claps meshing with muted chord stabs. These three tunes could each be considered versions of each other, using near identical drum progressions to temper different synths and melodies.
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Pressure (reissue)
Pressure (reissue) (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: I9MV 001. Rel: 31 Jul 23
Pressure (radio mix) (6:05)
Pressure (extended dub mix) (10:02)
Review: UK artist David Duncan recorded only one EP as Ability II but it is one of those which has become an utter cult classic and much sought-after 12". The story goes that the bassline on this one was so deep the mastering engineer had a problem cutting it. There is no evidence of it on this reissue though - that bassline powers the tune perfectly as the plunging kick drums and dancing synths get you moving your body. Perfectly deployed vocals bring heart-aching soul as this most warm and dubby cut drowns you in timeless deep techno. Next to the gorgeous original mix is an extended dub for even more drawn-out late-night dance floor pleasures.
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Changing Channels: Part 1
Cat: HESLP 005PT1. Rel: 05 Oct 23
The Slip (4:52)
Hole Away (4:55)
Changing Channels (7:19)
Review: Pangaea's latest album Changing Channels comes a notable seven years after his debut, In Drum Play, and again hears the Hessle brain lay down a whopping demo in dance histrionics. Made in a period of oscillation - between international DJ sets and holidays of downtime and r&r - we get the impression of a remarkably clear-headed album, with the production crisp, and the choice and placement of samples neat. On this 12", we hear the LP's first part, with the no-fuss garagey 'Hole Away' and the stabby 'Changing Channels' piquing particular interest.
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The Fine Line in Between
The Fine Line in Between (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ST 004LP. Rel: 29 Nov 23
No Return (intro)
The Fine Line In Between
A Subtle Change
Move Your Hips
Get By
Talk To Me
Back Up
I Will
The Chamber (outro)
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Sliver (remixes)
Cat: GUDU 016R. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Sliver (Kettama remix) (5:56)
Sliver (Tim Reaper remix) (6:06)
 in stock $14.56
Trills EP
Trills EP (12")
Cat: HBT 002V. Rel: 20 Nov 23
2109 (6:35)
Trills (5:45)
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Insomniac EP
Cat: AC 010. Rel: 21 Nov 23
Formally Known As Little I (5:58)
Insomniac (6:45)
Review: It's been a minute since we last heard from Ste Roberts on a solo single, but now the Hypercolour chap is back with a drop for Alien Communications. Mutant electro is the order of the day, as Roberts mines his considerable experience to edge distinctive qualities into classic machine funk. A subtle sprinkling of discord here, a grubbiness in the signal chain there, and you have yourself a rock solid record which edges past the pretenders to hold its own as a legit slice of contemporary electro you'll actually want to pop and lock to.
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VUO 101
VUO 101 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: VUO 101B. Rel: 09 Nov 23
Ohm & Kvadrant - "Under Krystallen" (6:32)
Trackmaster Shuffle - "Under Strobe" (7:58)
Review: The Vuo label comes correct with another heavyweight vinyl 12" that features a trio of techno talents. Ohm & Kvadrant join forces first up for the mighty 'Under Krystallen' which is a brilliantly textured and enthralling dub techno cut with brilliantly loopy bass swinging down low and rattling chords melting off to an infinite horizon. On the flip is Trackmaster Shuffle with 'Under Strobe' which is a more amped-up and techno-leaning cut with pent-up energy and darker bass rumbles. Two tasteful and timeless cuts for heady crowds only
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Played by: Tom Drew
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Fabric Presents Sama' Abdulhadi
Cat: FABRIC 218. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Khainz - "The Drift"
Vazik - "Clouds & Stars"
Pan Pot - "Confronted"
XZYKO - "Kangoa"
Lampe - "Where To Start"
Karim Alkhayat & Nuria - "Legend"
Carbon & Peter Groskreutz - "Discharge"
Sama Abdulhadi - "Well Fee" (feat Walaa Sbai)
Flug - "Phase One"
Kos:mo - "Flashback"
Lutgens - "ASMR"
Coyu - "Snow In"
Mython - "Sexual Deviant"
Bruce Zalcer - "The Wizard"
TimiR & Unlighted - "System"
Psycrain & CAT - "Goosebombs"
HngT - "Artificial Awareness"
Michael Klein - "Contact"
Sylvie Miles - "Man In The Woods"
Dyzen - "Tesseract"
Acid Arab - "Laba Staifia" (Ammar 808 remix)
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Transcending Chapters
Cat: GRSCLM 100. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Edit Recall
Scrolling Through Lives
The Deepest Forest
Pariaqueductal Gray
Seismic Investigations
Bounce 03
Field 2
Thermodynamic Bypass
Whispering Rails
Orbital Outpost
Solitary Wanderer
Review: .For the 100th volume in their ongoing 'Mood Series' of albums, Greyscale has chosen to offer up something very special: a double disc set of previously unreleased "secret weapons" produced by label main man Grad_U. It's an undeniably brilliant collection all told, with the long-serving artist offering up a rich selection of deep techno and dub techno treats in his distinctive style. Highlights are plentiful and include (but are in no way limited to), the house-infused, hypnotic techno positivity of 'Run Out', the intergalactic dub techno pulse of 'Compound', the acid-flecked intensity of 'Seismic Investigations', the immersive rhythmic sound soup of 'Whispering Rails', and the melodic flutter of 'Orbital Outpost'.
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Crispy Bacon
Cat: F 055T. Rel: 05 Sep 90
Crispy Bacon (original mix)
The Hoe (DJ Gigolo Hell 3 mix)
The Hoe (Nuthin' mix)
Played by: Juno Classics
 in stock $7.15
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