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Silent Season have carried the music of Submersion and Mon0 independently before, but now the dub techno producers have teamed up to take their sound onto new plains of exploration. The sound palette is consistent with both their music and that of the label, but the familiar dancefloor tropes have been jettisoned in favour of a more meditative end result, leading in with the achingly beautiful tundra excursion of "Beginning Of The End". From there the album drifts with glacial motion through a range of finely crafted soundscapes, wielding a world of rumbling, harmonious noise in the middle distance without ever losing that seductive dub techno ambience.
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Since its initial release on Warp Records in 1995, the Elecktroids sole album has become one of the most sought-after electro sets around, with original vinyl copies changing hands for vast sums online. This is with good reason, of course: not only is "Elektroworld" a brilliant album, but also the (un-credited) work of the late, great Drexciya member James Stimson. The set itself is a tribute to Kraftwerk, with Stimson and his mysterious associates delivering ear-catching blends of punchy, "Computerworld" style electro beats, funky basslines, spacey sounds, ear-catching melodies and, on some of the eleven tracks, vocals. It's much more "pop" than your average Drexciya-related project - in terms of its' richness, warmth and accessibility, at least - but still weighty enough to sound suitably heavy on club soundsystems.
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West Loop Chicago - Conceptual Stuff EP Vol 1
12"
$8.38
New project alert for this experienced duo with a deep history from playing Hammond organ for Robert Plant, releasing 12"s on MAW's Kenlou Records and playing weekly six hour vinyl DJ sets, with 20+ years experience WLC have come full circle for this diverse EP. "Give You More" is a MPC house groover with KDJ-esque jazz-funk loops and vocal sample chops while "Miami Rice & Peas" centres around Latin piano motifs. "Everybody's A Star" replays the classic Minnie Riperton "Inside My Love" chord progression but with added vocals and disco flavours and "Which Way Is Detroit?" fuses broken beat, techno, live keys and electric bass with a pulsating breakbeat. Finally, the bouncy "Five Soul Chords" utilises some J Dilla swing combined with warm analogue synth programming. Highly recommended.
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Over the years, Ken Sumitani has released a decent amount of rather good music, primarily under the Stereociti and Mono Village aliases. This, though, marks his debut under a new alter ego: Waveguide. As debuts go, it's something of a triumph, too, serving up four essential, tried-and-tested cuts. There are two high-octane, electro-influenced offerings: the sun-bright, funk-fueled melodic bliss of "Lemma" and the heavier, raw-sounding "Tightrope", whose skittish beats are offset by some delightfully deep melodies and even deeper chords. You'll find some similarly smooth and hypnotic chords on the brilliant deep techno dubbiness of EP opener "Quod", while "Cubic Root" sees the Japanese producer successfully wrap restless synth loops around a mildly trippy, Motor City influenced rhythm track.
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Tjeerd Verbeek / Paradize / Bitch & Bites / Syndrome - Drome Tapes EP2
12"
$11.00
"Taken from Drome 002 - Phuture Classical Supplement B (1992) Part 2 of a 3-Part Series released on Tabernacle Records (2018)"
Unknown Artist - The Double Sided EP
12"
$11.00
Bring Back Records returns from faraway place with more white label business, and as always with absolutely 100% fresh tunes with oldskool vibes from the present day. Here we have three jungle rollers with 1993 style beats with dark hardcore, atmospheric and funk elements. Mastering & cutting by an absolute master - Beau Thomas @ Ten Eight Seven Mastering.
Two Right Wrongans - System Error
12"
$13.38
21 years have passed since Asad Rizvi and Nathan Coles first joined forces as Two Right Wrongans and released "The Not Quite Right EP", a brilliant three-track collection of pioneering tech-house treats. That 12" has long been tricky to find - unless, of course, you're willing to fork out rather a lot to purchase an original copy online - so it's great to see the EP's two standout tracks getting the reissue treatment. A-side "System Error" is particularly potent, with fizzing sci-fi electronics and gently pulsing chords rising above a techno-tempo, house style rhythm track. "Straight Ahead Then Take The Next Wrong" is more hypnotic in tone, sounding like a blueprint for today's glitchy, bass-heavy tech-house tracks.
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Randomer - HS 002
12"
$10.23
Headstrong resident Randomer returns for a four-track solo mission after inaugurating the label by contributing tracks (alongside fellow resident Clouds) to the imprint's compilation style debut EP. The London-based producer is in fine form throughout, peppering a tough-as-teak techno groove with stabbing, UK funky style motifs on "Fat Purple Figs" before spreading fear and panic via the no-holds-barred peak-time intensity of "Stigma". He barely calms down on side B, offering up sharp trance style stabs and booming techno drums on "Sylo" and more tense, panicked intensity on the rave-influenced closing cut "Hidden". This, too, bears far more influence from the stab-happy world of trance than you might possibly expect.
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