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Jacks Tracks VA Vol 02 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: JKH 008. Rel: 26 Feb 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Alex Arnout - "Hypersomnia"
  2. Tuccillo - "Another Day"
  3. Terry Francis - "Jua"
  4. Kilian Vega - "Ardour"
Review: Jack's House is back with another wedge of crucial cuts from a spread of big hitters, kicking off with Alex Arnout and the tightly wound roller "Hypersomnia." Tuccillo is in a heads down mood on "Another Day," letting the drums and the bassline do the brunt of the work. Terry Francis favours a heavy, smoky sound palette that has a bassline that will do some serious damage on a decent system - "Jua" is easily the strongest track on the record. Killan Vega closes the record with a smart deep house jam peppered with crafty sound design elements that lift the track beyond the average chord-led workout.
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Cat: 190296 945335. Rel: 21 Dec 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Denney - "Genena" (7:03)
  2. Soul Of Man - "Dirty Waltzer" (Denney Nubreed edit) (6:39)
  3. Richie Blacker & Loeca - "Angel" (6:48)
  4. Tim Weeks - "Illuminate" (6:50)
Review: The Nubreed series has built amazing momentum over the past year and Global Underground are very proud to announce Denney as the newest DJ to turn in a future classic for the iconic series. The British producer has stated that this three month labour of love resulted in the most personal and emotive selection of music he has made in his career thus far. He thought his Essential Mix was tough going - but mixing Nubreed 12 he felt he reached another level. Features 29 tracks, including four exclusives from Denney and friends, with highlights such as the artist's own "Genena", the Andy Cato classic "7AM Drop", legend Danny Howell's massive "Isolar" and the progressive house classic "I Wish You Were Here" by John Creamer & Stephane K (feat Nkemdi - Omid 16B Revisit remix).
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707 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DBT 707. Rel: 01 Jul 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Chotto Complications (6:50)
  2. Big Moon (7:49)
  3. Tiger Nuts (dub) (7:16)
Review: Tomoki Tamura and Tuccillo first fired up their Doublet collaboration back in 2015, and after a brief hiatus they've reignited the project with another three delicate and dynamic excursions. "Chotto Complications" is a crafty construction that works around an electro framework, with intricate beat programming and nimble synth lines anchored by fulsome chord drops. "Big Moon" takes things into a more hypnotic headspace, using hushed tones to mark out the atmosphere around an undulating deep house groove. "Tiger Nuts (dub)" is the feistiest track on the record, using a punchy rhythm section and nagging sample daggers to create an insistent groove that will do the damage for the tech house cognoscenti.




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808 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DBT 808. Rel: 14 Oct 19
Deep House
  1. Tee's 8
  2. Three Thousand Men
  3. Tentation
Review: Doublet is the production moniker of friends and musical partners Tomoki Tamura and Tuccillo, previously releasing together on other labels, they have come together to form the new eponymously named Doublet imprint as a channel for their own music.
Tomoki and his Holic Trax label have long been serving up solid house music whilst Tuccillo has conjured up numerous Beatport chart toppers on labels like 2020Vision, Visionquest and Holic Trax. Here their unique style brings you back from classic house music to future minimalism and is sure to fill you with joy.




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AE 09 (Sanasol mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AE 09. Rel: 01 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Gus Gus - "Your Moves Are Mine" (Sanasol remix) (9:24)
  2. Thor - "Black" (7:32)
  3. Biogen - "Stream" (Sanasol Lost In Time remix) (6:39)
Review: Next up on the ever-excellent Oscillat is "Spellbound" by the supremely talented Matthew Dekay. This moving deep house jam uses a few key elements to make a soul-stirring confection for truly spine-tingling moments in the middle of the dance. From the slithers of vocal to the insistent key riff that bounces throughout, this is an outstanding slice of contemporary house music loaded with feeling. Mandar then take the original and inject it with a feisty peak time energy shot through with a little trancey magic and an acidic undertone. It's not a raging beast but rather an energizing workout for the brain and the body - just what you need in the midst of a marathon.
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EYA 006 (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Eya
Cat: EYA 006. Rel: 07 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Innershades - "Deep In Space" (5:48)
  2. Innershades - "Operator Select" (4:35)
  3. Two Phase U - "It's Done" (7:50)
  4. Two Phase U - "No Agenda" (7:02)
  5. Otis - "Binary Phase" (7:27)
  6. Otis - "Nainoreprami" (6:37)
  7. Zots - "Sweep" (4:52)
  8. Zots - "Klyaksa" (4:25)
Review: EYA Records presents a double 12" of plush techno and house spanning styles, giving four producers the chance to showcase the breadth of their sound with two tracks each. Innershades brings emotive 90s swoon and peppy acid to the A side, before Two Phase U slips in a little uptempo robo-disco sauce and a feisty jack track. Otis takes things in the direction of wiggy proto-trance and bleep techno, and then Zots finishes up with freaky synth work dripping with mischievous personality. This is a set of tracks that demands to be noticed - don't sleep.
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Cat: VPFW 002. Rel: 12 Sep 18
Electro
  1. Japan Blues - "Chapter V" (5:49)
  2. Tim Karbon - "Chapter VI" (6:04)
  3. Hiroaki Oba - "Chapter VII" (6:12)
  4. Shizka - "Chapter VIII" (4:16)
Review: Vox Populi's Field Works Vol.II sees the Berlin based label travelling to different parts of the world in order to collect sounds and archive some of the finest musical traditions. This record is the result of a trip to Japan led by Swiss anthropologist and label founder Fred Scharf. It was inspired by academic methods: particularly ethnomusicology and incorporates everything from field recordings, studio recordings, religious rituals, fighting championships and even wedding ceremonies. From the slo-mo acid of Japan Blues (Berceuse Heroique) seductive "Chapter V" to Frenchman Tim Karbon's exotic polythyrhms that hypnotise you on "Chapter VI" and Shizka (aka Inoue Shirabe) getting into some abstract groove theory on his splendid offering "Chapter VIII".
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Intérprete: Leah Floyeurs
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Bappi (12")
Cat: HOTC 140. Rel: 10 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Bappi (5:59)
  2. Bappi (Warehouse mix) (6:42)
Review: Jamie Jones has been busy in the studio after another busy summer lighting up Ibiza, because this is one of two new offerings this month. It finds the agenda-setting Welshman on his own Hot Creations and in collaboration with The Martinez Brothers. Between them this celebrated collective lay down "Bappi", all drilling bass and razor sharp hi hats that are deep but driving. Flip over for a "Warehouse Mix" which recalls old school Windy City basslines and pixelated chords lighting up the bare bones grooves.
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Cat: LWX 002. Rel: 09 Aug 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Ovillo Delona (9:32)
  2. Pinball (6:11)
  3. Subterfugio (8:25)
  4. Pulse Counter (7:25)
Review: Carlos Sanchez aka Lowwax inaugurated his eponymous imprint last year with an impressive debut entitled Outlandishness, which saw him collaborate with Martyn Hodgson aka Tijn. The label's second outing features one Trujillo (formerly known as Mangelt) teaming up with Sanchez for some straight up minimal house action. The deep down and dubby "Ovillo Delona" kicks of the EP; this one is a raw and stripped back tool while the blips, blurps and bleeps of "Pinball" sounds like a modern take on Daniel Bell 's classic sound. On the flip, things take quite a turn; a hard one in fact, with the pounding and cavernous groove of "Subterfugio" more suited to Berlin's warehouse spaces and "Pulse Counter" going for a heady and hypnotic style for another great track.
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Intérprete: Moises
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LONEWOLF 001 (limited 140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LONEWOLF 001. Rel: 22 Jul 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Meta4 - "Four Body Centers" (7:20)
  2. Jorge Gamarra - "Pact" (6:36)
  3. Twophaseu - "Langan" (6:19)
  4. Meta4 - "666blank" (6:47)
Review: EYA Records branch out with this crafty, wriggling slab of freaky techno diversions on new imprint Lonewolf. Meta4 twists all kinds of gnarly subversion out of "Four Body Centers," where the funk of foundational Detroit techno collides with the rampant machine messing of UK acid for stunning results. There's an eerie ghost train vibe hovering over Jorge Gamarra's "Pact", while "Langan" by Twophaseu drops a fresh UK twist on electro. Meta4 returns to bookend this ear-snagging EP with the equally catchy oddball trysts of "666blank", another devilishly deviant slice of underground party music for the ghoulish crew.
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Formes 001 (double 12")
Cat: CLAQUE 019. Rel: 05 Jan 90
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Oscar - "BB" (5:36)
  2. Iuly.B - "Alien Acid" (7:22)
  3. Carola Pisaturo - "Ganzirri" (6:40)
  4. The Hush - "Twins" (7:12)
  5. The Museri - "Brown Cat" (7:06)
  6. Federico Grazzini - "Owl" (6:14)
  7. Calma - "Cenere" (5:44)
  8. Analog Inside - "Deep Time 808" (8:32)
Review: It would be fair to say that Claque Musique, a freshly minted outlet for tactile tech-house, skewed deep house and otherworldly techno, has hit the ground running. Their debut release is something of an epic, featuring eight tried-and-tested cuts stretched across two slabs of wax. There's plenty of subtle variety on show throughout - compare, for example, the hissing percussion, jaunty synth bass and trippy spoken word vocals of Carola Pisaturo's "Ganzirri" and the jazzy, dub-flecked deep house shuffle of "Cenere" by Calma - plus a swathe of notable highlights. This include the spacey machine funk of Analog Inside's wonderful "Deep Time '88" and the psychedelic acid madness of Iuly B's "Alien Acid", whose delay-laden percussion hits are particularly wonky.
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Intérprete: Joe Montana
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Cat: INFUSE 026. Rel: 18 Apr 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Push It (6:41)
  2. Modulation Tropique (6:58)
  3. Locoliente (7:42)
Review: Serial collaborator Romain "Traumer" Reynaud is at it again, this time joining forces with fellow Parisian producer Gregory "Point G" Dorsa for a three-track workout on INFUSE. The experienced duo predictably hits its stride from the word go, serving up some swinging rhythms, hypnotic sub-bass and Salt & Pepa samples on peak-time tech-house box jam "Push It". There's a more percussive and slightly glitchy feel to the bongo-laden "Modulation Tropique", while banging B-side "Locoliente" feels like the kind of bouncy tech-house floorfiller that Sheffield sorts Swag used to do so well in their early 2000s pomp.
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Smile (Including The Mole remix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
One
Cat: ONE 039. Rel: 21 Nov 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Smile (8:52)
  2. Smile (The Mole MMD remix) (7:02)
Review: Transmitting out of Birmingham and representing the cream of the sleek tech house crop, Adam Shelton's One Records continues to forge valuable connections with the global scene while staying true to the label's roots. Shaun Reeves and Tuccillo have been doing their thing for long enough to know how to throw down a surefooted deep groover, and that's just what you get with "Smile". Meanwhile The Mole does a sterling job of working some complex percussion into the bones of the track and creating a hypnotic, understated version that will appeal to the freakier end of the floor.
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Intérprete: Burnski, Subb-an, A-Future, Tuccillo
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Clouds & Oceans EP (transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: S 2. Rel: 20 Oct 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Romar - "Clouds" (11:26)
  2. Takashi Himeoka - "Oceans" (8:42)
Review: There's something pleasingly dewy-eyed about the latest release from the Saga label, which sees Romar and Takesh Himeoka each serve up hazy and melodious workouts seemingly inspired by nature. Romar's "Clouds" is a pleasingly deep, drifting and melodious affair, with gently positive chord progressions, bubbly acid lines and hybrid electro/techno beats creating a sumptuously loved-up mood. In contrast, Takesh Himeoka's "Oceans" is as deep and picturesque as the Pacific, with a rolling, two-step style groove underpinning Mr YT style pads and becalmed electric piano motifs. Musically, it offers a near perfect sonic summary of a great ocean on a gentle day; it may get stormy at some point, but not while Himeoka is at the controls.
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Cat: SND 012. Rel: 05 Jun 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. We Would Like To Do Song For The Step (9:26)
  2. In A Memorable 2018 (7:00)
  3. Don't Stuporous (7:35)
Review: Japanese techno legend Fumiya Tanaka returns to his own Sundance imprint with a brand new 12" with a customary strange and cryptic title. While information is scarce on the theme behind "We Would Like To Do Song For The Step", we can happily report that the Berlin-based artist's penchant for deep, hypnotic minimal house is on full force across the EP. We can easily imagine the dusty and understated title track being played on a Sunday afternoon at Hoppetosse, along with "In A Memorable 2018" where ethereal samples sit atop a groovy percussion layer. If you're longing for some old Tanaka material, the bass-driven and rolling minimal funk of "Don't Stuporous" calls to mind some of the quality grooves found on his acclaimed "Beautiful Days" series a couple of years back.
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Cat: SHY 190. Rel: 29 Jul 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Init Patt (5:29)
  2. Vcult (7:32)
  3. Relax Nothing Is Under Control (6:29)
  4. Tranquility Base (6:09)
Review: While the misguided and misinformed continue to debate the right for tech house to exist thankfully there' are still many producers making intricately detailed and intelligently programmed beats out there, in turn keeping the genre bursting with potential. Such is the case with this four tracker from Norwegian duo TAR 1337, AKA Terje Bakke and Rub800. Opening on a dubby, minimal tip, 'Init Patt' develops one of the most surprisingly madcap hooks we've heard in ages- hearing is understanding. 'VCult' is perhaps the track its precursor could have been, growing into a layered, immersive darkroom workout with sweatier results. 'Relax Nothing Is Under Control' bridges the gap into sharp, non-banging techno stuff, a dirty number with bags of compelling noises keeping you locked in. Rounding out on the more spatial 'Tranquility Base', this is mature, highly usable stuff.
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UNB 007 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: UNB 007. Rel: 22 Jan 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Tato - "Estic"
  2. Tato - "Lusyourmaind"
  3. Tijn - "Stranger Things"
  4. Tijn - "Piano Tool"
Review: The Unblock label hits its seventh release with a split EP featuring rising talents Tato and Tijn. The sound on the 12" fits right in with the previous transmissions from Tuccillo, Tomoki Tamura and more besides, taking a quirky approach to stripped down house and techno dynamics to create intriguing party fodder for inquisitive dancers. Tato's "Estic" does a wondrous job of twisting up tribal percussion with a snaking minimal groove, while "Lusyourmaind" brings a cheeky housey shuffle to the proceedings while keeping things a little mysterious in the same breath. Tijn's "Stranger Things" is a light and airy minimal house jam that contrasts neatly with the hook running through the centre of "Piano Tool".
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Cat: BSU 002. Rel: 25 Mar 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Destination 2242 (7:05)
  2. Delta 9 (5:03)
  3. Beeston Lights (6:19)
  4. Destination 2242 (Titonton Duvante remix) (6:05)
Review: For their second release, London party crew turned label chiefs Butter Side Up have enlisted the services of Midge Thompson, a young producer from Leeds who has been a regular guest at their events in the past. As debut EPs go, "New Destinations" is quietly impressive. He starts confidently via the swinging and bass-heavy UK garage/tech-house/deep house fusion of "Destination 2242" before opting for a deeper, spacier feel on the two-step shuffle of "Delta 9". "Beeston Lights" feels like a warmer update of the classic UK tech-house sound of 2000s Sheffield duo Swag, while Titonton Duvante's killer remix of "Destination 2242" is a spacey, swinging and bass-heavy chunk of intergalactic late night goodness.
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Decay (limited 180 gram marbled grey vinyl 12")
Cat: THL 024LTD. Rel: 11 Jun 18
Techno
  1. Insanity Dub
  2. Rusty Flashback
  3. Garden Of Corrosion
  4. Pepper Jones
Review: Building on the momentum of the strong reissue programme undertaken at Thule Records HQ, Thor returns to the fray with some new productions that add a new chapter to the story of Icelandic techno. This limited run of Decay appropriately comes on marbled grey vinyl. Of course, the unique atmosphere the label carved out in the 90s has been left intact - the dubby processing and icy melodies abound throughout, creating utterly immersive techno and house variations in the process. "Insanity Dub" has a live feel to its drum set which injects a curious disco energy into the mix, while "Rusty Flashback" takes things in a subtle tech house direction. "Garden Of Corrosion" stands apart with its slender sound palette, placing the emphasis on groove and swing, while "Pepper Jones" ramps the dub techno exploration up to 11. If you love the sound of Thule, you're going to love this.
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Places (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: TRAUMV 221. Rel: 23 May 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. A Little Church In Amsterdam (5:55)
  2. Blossoming Limburg (feat Mahfoud) (4:59)
  3. Night Owl (3:53)
  4. Kollwitzplatz (5:55)
  5. Places (feat Mahfoud) (4:32)
  6. Underwater Rhapsody (5:06)
Review: More ethereal deep house from a talented Cologne based producer. Thyladomid (real name Charles Thiemann) presents his second full length following up 2015's Interstellar Destiny on Diynamic. It features some lush selections indeed: from the hypnotic bell melody of opener "A Little Church In Amsterdam" which you could imagine Lee Burridge playing at a Los Angeles rooftop party, through to the bittersweet and pop-inflected melancholia of "Blossoming Limburg" featuring some magnificent vocals by Mahfoud. You really get to hear how much diversity there is this talented young producer's sonic repertoire from here. Take "Kollwitzplatz" for instance, which merges charming neoclassical elements with trippy minimal techno aesthetics, or the bittersweet symphony on the ecstatic closer "Underwater Rhapsody". Keep your eyes on Thyladomid moving forward in 2018.
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Rational Irrationalism EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: REX 002. Rel: 11 Apr 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Nadia
  2. Diana
  3. Hippy & EP
  4. EP Ending
Review: Second release by the label founder Ti Es. It is a limited edition EP which exemplifies the soul of the label and features a preview of the next releases. Enjoy!
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Cat: IS 08. Rel: 29 May 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (6:35)
  2. Track 2 (5:39)
  3. Track 3 (5:06)
  4. Track 4 (6:08)
Review: More underground goodies from Italian label Illegal Series, following up killer tunes by debutantes Sergej Nicolaj, E.s.c. Soundwork and Serious Stella previously. Old school influenced electro/techno on the all analogue/lo-fi tip here, by the mysterious TNE Boo One Koze. Plenty of dusted down blip/blurp/bleep sounds, with more reductionist mini-funk than you could shake an S-Max record at! This will appeal to similarly retroverted sounds emanating from Berlin's Italian community of DJs and producers, as heard on labels like Libertine and Slow Life.
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Intérprete: Lumitecc, William Caycedo
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Phase 3 (12")
Cat: FER 301. Rel: 27 Jan 14
Deep House
  1. Before
  2. Groove 11
Review: REPRESS ALERT: This return of Ferox records sees an enthusiastic response from all. The label has forthcoming releases from many original Ferox artists and some new recruits and collaborations along the way. This, the first release in 5 years, sees label head-honcho Russ Gabriel in action under his Too Funk guise. From the first 'Return Of Too Funk EP' to the later 'Hotel Ibis' and Derrick Carter's remix of 'Venus Fly Trap', Russ's Too Funk grooves have been jacking dance floors on both sides of the Atlantic since 1995. This latest offering, 'Phase 3', is a 45 rpm two tracker of House goodness only available on vinyl. No clear favourite has emerged from the two sides, among the selective few that have heard it. Like much of the wealthy Ferox catalogue before it, this is proper House Music with an electric twinge.
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R U Happy (12")
Cat: PETS 108. Rel: 04 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. R U Happy (7:24)
  2. R U Happy (D'Julz remix) (6:47)
  3. R U Happy (instrumental version) (7:10)
Review: Russian tech house hero Tripmastaz is back with more adventures in swing, making a surprising appearance for PETS Recordings with his new jam "R U Happy". This rolling and hypnotic groove with its infectious vocal refrain and tunnelling melody ticks all the right boxes - expect to hear this everywhere from Hoppetosse to Club Guesthouse this year. On the flip, there's a tougher, funkier and breaks driven rework by Bass Culture main man and all round Parisian legend D'Julz which is equally worthy of playtime. The Plant 74 main man continues to impress us after some great releases this year on No. 19 Music, Tartouffe and Berg Audio.
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Cat: HYPE 042. Rel: 23 Jan 15
 
Techno
  1. Blue Rawls
  2. Meet The Butcha
Review: Last seen excelling on The Corner, NYC techno man Phil Moffa adds Hypercolour to his prospering profile with Rogue Music, a 12" hook up with the irrepressible Seth Troxler. Whilst this may not be the most immediate of collaborative endeavours you could think of, there is still plenty to enjoy here with "Blue Rawls" a perfect balance of stripped back, bone shaking rhythm and a growing sense of textural foreboding. It's the sort of track you can lay down after a frantic bout of drums to really hypnotise the dancefloor. Complementing this, "Meet The Butcha" heads off into seven odd minutes of bugged out house territory and leaves us clamouring more from the pair.
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Intérprete: Alex Font
 in stock $10.47
Stills (12")
Cat: DIAL 062. Rel: 05 Mar 12
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Stills
  2. The Afternoon Grid
  3. Breezy
  4. Hunter
Review: Utilising the skills he learned mixing tracks for the likes of Pole and Pantha Du Prince, Kassian Troyer delivers his new EP, Stills, on Dial. The record opens with the sumptuous title track, featuring beautifully shuffling hi-hats and a subtle yet mesmerising synth progression. "The Afternoon Grid" offers more of the same, gently building a dazzling listening experience that delivers sheer aural serenity. "Breezy" takes things a bit deeper, and slightly darker, moving the rhythm with a swelling bass line accompanied by the distinct shuffle of stripped down garage aesthetics. "Hunter" slows everything down, closing out the record as blissfully as it began; Troyer using the tempo to open up masses of space and filling it with delicate, sparkling house.
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Black Talk EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: UNB 005. Rel: 12 Sep 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Black Talk
  2. Ride On
  3. Workshop
Review: Unblock label boss Tuccillo strikes again with another solid release with the EP Black Talk. This is the 5th release on this respected vinyl only imprint that has previously showcased talent such as Tomoki Tamura and Djebali but this time, comes from Tuccillo himself with his unmistakable signature sound.
Headlining track "Black Talk" has a great rolling baseline with plenty of swing with some subtle vocal snippets thrown in here and there.
"Ride on" has a tougher edge with some old school flavours driven by a rhythmic snare with lots of energy perfect for the height of club DJ set
Shopwork offers a more percussive sound over an infectious warm chunky groove, again with some cool short reggae influenced vocal snippets.
A timeless release that can stay in the box.
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Jacks Tracks VA Vol 01 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: JKH 007. Rel: 29 Jan 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Two Diggers - "Trick Me" (6:48)
  2. James Dexter - "Cables" (6:48)
  3. 2VILAS - "Verve" (6:36)
  4. Miffy & Miller - "Vertiver" (7:08)
Review: The Jack's House label lays out a manifesto on the brand of refined deep and minimal house that makes its switch flick with this choice various artists release. Two Diggers are up first with "Trick Me", a subtle but immersive slice of deep house that punches where it counts. James Dexter takes a trippier approach with "Cables", letting artful delays and modulation ping around the mix for a truly standout club jam. 2VILAS have a focused drive behind "Verve", but then Miffy & Miller come bowling in at the 11th hour with "Vertiver" and pump things up to a mid-00s Plus 8 style bounce, and who can blame them when they bring such peak-time heat?
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Cat: MC 031. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Breakbeat
  1. Michael's Path (7:15)
  2. I Hate Anthea Turner (6:58)
  3. Space Port (4:36)
Review: Mint Condition's ear for essential reissues has struck gold time and time again. Next up in their spotlight is a 1996 EP from Two Full Minds that was first released by Bushwacka! & DJ Vorn. Whether the agelessness of this record is a testament to the producers' original vision or a sign that dance music doesn't evolve as much as it thinks is unclear, but what's certain is that these tracks bang. There's the impish cosmic synths and clacking breakbeats of the title track, the brilliantly named "I Hate Anthea Turner", which is a spaced out garage-tech kicker, and ecstasy rush of closer "Space Port" all ready to do damage on the floor.
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NSR 005 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NSR 005. Rel: 20 May 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Voigtmann - "Separation Attitude" (6:40)
  2. The PGA - "Deep In The Bunker" (Dogleg Detour mix) (6:31)
  3. Chris Geschwindner - "Dale's Lullaby" (6:10)
  4. Henry Hyde - "Hello Spcshp" (5:49)
Review: The fifth NorthSouth release plunges once again into the melting pot of producers seeking new variations on the house and techno format, leading in with London minimal champ Voigtmann. His "Separation Attitude" takes on the kind of wild, expressive machine funk you'd expect from Spacetravel, cosmic and pumping in equal measure. The "Dogleg Detour" mix of The PGA's "Deep In The Bunker" makes powerful use of a spacious mix to let the bassline strut its stuff, while Chris Geschwindner's crafty 2-step construction on "Dale's Lullaby" should appeal to all those digging garage beats matched with techno atmospherics. Henry Hyde's "Hello Spcshp" takes a distinctive approach to acid electro that should find favour with body popping freaks who like their jams playful and a little off kilter.
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Álbumes
Paris (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: PAR 005. Rel: 28 Oct 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Saverio Celestri - "Interstellar" (6:33)
  2. Zendid - "Radio Polo" (7:14)
  3. Sonodab - "Triggwork" (7:27)
  4. Seuil - "Rob In The Hood" (6:23)
  5. Baraso - "Howls" (7:43)
  6. TC80 - "Forest Temple" (5:57)
  7. Alex Picone - "Sunday" (6:30)
Review: Since 2014, Spain's Park & Ride label have been offering a truly outstanding selection of collaborative releases from the finest talents of the deeper side of contemporary tech-house. This time, they return with the Paris compilation, driven by the sounds of some of Europe's finest. Among our favourites on here, we have the opener, Saverio Celestri's majestic "Interstellar", a hybrid trip between house and industrial electro that sounds as if it were cut straight from the machines through which it was conceived; "Rob In The Hood" by Seuil is another sublime slice of grainy, stripped-back dance music with a clear ode to the coldwave scene, and Alex Picone's "Sunday" provides a charming, graceful analogue house cut with a broken rhythm and some glorious background sonic manipulation. Yes.
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Heart Of Sky (limited gatefold clear vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: 405053 8406153. Rel: 20 Jul 18
Deep House
  1. All I Need To Get High (5:31)
  2. Spirals (4:46)
  3. I Found You (5:14)
  4. Five Moons (6:43)
  5. Eli Eli (6:00)
  6. Fly Away (6:18)
  7. Lost Myself (2:41)
  8. Feedback Loop (4:42)
  9. Help Me Find A Way (6:25)
  10. Cancello (7:28)
  11. Tomorrow We Can Start Again (3:59)
Review: On this second album from his Ancient Moons project, Damian Lazarus has decided to switch focus. Whereas the outfit's debut album, Message From The Other World, combined global music influences with Lazarus's usual tech-house rhythms and a touch of psychedelia, Heart of Sky is much more heavily influenced by the Crosstown Rebels' chief's rarely discussed soul boy roots. Of course, the beats and basslines still largely stick to the powder house script, it's just that this time they come accompanied by starry-eyed soul vocals, 1960s dream pop influences, bold piano flourishes, gospel choruses and, on rare occasions, smoky trip-hop aesthetics. As a result, it's undoubtedly a much more "human" album, and one with far more crossover potential than its predecessor.
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Cat: 405053 8381931. Rel: 20 Jul 18
Deep House
  1. All I Need To Get High
  2. Spirals
  3. I Found You
  4. Five Moons
  5. Eli Eli
  6. Fly Away
  7. Lost Myself
  8. Feedback Loop
  9. Help Me Find A Way
  10. Cancello
  11. Tomorrow We Can Start Again
Review: On this second album from his Ancient Moons project, Damian Lazarus has decided to switch focus. Whereas the outfit's debut album, Message From The Other World, combined global music influences with Lazarus's usual tech-house rhythms and a touch of psychedelia, Heart of Sky is much more heavily influenced by the Crosstown Rebels' chief's rarely discussed soul boy roots. Of course, the beats and basslines still largely stick to the powder house script, it's just that this time they come accompanied by starry-eyed soul vocals, 1960s dream pop influences, bold piano flourishes, gospel choruses and, on rare occasions, smoky trip-hop aesthetics. As a result, it's undoubtedly a much more "human" album, and one with far more crossover potential than its predecessor.
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Fabric 100 (mixed 3xCD)
Cat: FABRIC 199. Rel: 26 Oct 18
Techno
  1. Monolake - "Nmos" (CD1: mixed By Craig Richards)
  2. Alphacom - "Journal Square"
  3. Solar X Brother Nebula - "SIS" (Savile's Jeteset radio remix)
  4. Setaoc Mass - "Flying Buttress"
  5. D Ball - "Transition"
  6. Larry McCormick - "Ride Low"
  7. Simulant - "New Machines"
  8. The Woodleigh Research Facility - "The Question Oak"
  9. Rutherford - "Pseudo Judo"
  10. Reedale Rise - "Lucid Flow"
  11. Craig Richards - "My Friend Is Losing His Mind"
  12. Fred Und Luna - "Monotonikum"
  13. Nancy Noise - "Azizi's Dance" (Andrew Weatherall remix 1)
  14. Reade Truth - "Where Has Love Gone"
  15. Simon Haydo - "Obey?"
  16. DMX Krew - "Bush Baby Bug Eyes"
  17. Detromental - "Rewind"
  18. Mike Ash - "The Fizz"
  19. Vectorvision vs Convextion - "Zy Clone"
  20. Orgue Electronique - "Suck Seed"
  21. Patrick Di Stefano & Luca Doobie - "Get Through" (CD2: mixed By Terry Francis - Inxec remix)
  22. Jamie Fairley - "Round 'N' Round"
  23. Jose Vizcaino - "Vicious Vision"
  24. Joeski - "Cross Over" (feat Jesante)
  25. Audiojack - "Turya"
  26. Gel Abril - "Carpet Sneak"
  27. Mauri Fly - "Red Tribal" (Silvano Del Gado remix)
  28. Blue Wig - "No Ignorance" (part 1)
  29. Pure Science - "The Way We Use To"
  30. Argy - "Love Dose"
  31. Kevin Yost - "Dancer Dancer"
  32. Andre Salmon - "Where Is The Salmon"
  33. Francesco Robustelli - "After Midnight"
  34. Jaded & James Petrou - "Toni's Pain" (Inxec's Morphine Mashup)
  35. Terry Francis - "Wipeout"
  36. Tiefschwarz - "Oberton"
  37. Terry Francis - "Emotional Blackmail"
  38. Funtopia - "Do You Wanna Know" (feat Jimi Polo - club mix)
  39. Creep Show - "Safe & Sound"
  40. Vondelpark - "California Analog Dream" (CD3: mixed By Keith Reilly - Robag's Moppa Habax NB)
  41. Alex Attias Presents Mustang - "Finding Who We Are" (feat Colonel Red - Quarion dub)
  42. Siopis - "Really Love Ya"
  43. Taube - "Belle La Vie"
  44. Low Deep T - "Casablanca"
  45. Eddie Richards & Gideon Jackson - "Biscuit Barrel Blues"
  46. Eddie Richards - "Droids"
  47. Rancido - "Devil's Den"
  48. Hanna Hais - "Mwala Wei'ka" (feat Sandra Nankoma)
  49. Hyenah - "Tale Of The Dirt" (feat Aquarius Heaven - Rampa remix)
  50. Kollektiv Turmstrasse - "Ordinary" (Mick Rubins Deep)
Review: As the saying goes, "all things must pass". Before laying their acclaimed mix series to rest, 17 years after its inauguration, Fabric has one more installment for us to enjoy: a celebratory, three-disc set from the three men most associated with the legendary London club since its earliest days. Fittingly, disc one is handled by Craig Richards, the long serving Saturday night resident who also mixed the very first volume in the series way back in 2001. While his disc is largely electro-focused, fellow resident Terry Francis mixes it up a little more, joining the dots between tech-house, ballsy techno and more left-of-centre selections. As for Reilly's disc, it's little less than a celebratory, teary-eyed romp through deep and soulful house. So long, and thanks for all the bliss.
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You Find The Key (gatefold 3xLP)
Cat: PERL 107. Rel: 01 Apr 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Munich Uncertain (11:54)
  2. Got To See You (7:05)
  3. Find The Key 2012 (7:50)
  4. Swallowed Memory (10:47)
  5. The Mysterious Pocket Is Right (10:29)
  6. The Only Your Researching (6:24)
  7. Cinematicorc (8:13)
  8. Love Keep Mapping The Head (11:23)
Review: While he's barely paused for breath in the last decade, it's still been eight years since Fumiya Tanaka delivered his last album, Unknown 3. The epitome of long overdue, You Find The Key is his fourth album. Interestingly, it sees the 44 year-old, Japanese producer tweaking his now familiar bass-heavy minimal techno blueprint. Thrillingly, the bass lines are bolder and jauntier, and the beats jazzier, resulting in an altogether funkier take on the minimal techno style. Of course, there are still moments that recall his previous work - see the deep and dubby "Swallowed Memory" - but it's those that take a sideways step towards funk-fuelled pastures ("Munich Uncertain", "The Only Your Researching") that stand out.
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Cat: CORMIX 049 . Rel: 15 Apr 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Minilogue/Julian Perez - "Cow Crickets & Clay/Over The Rain"
  2. Kollektiv Turmstrasse/Tale Of Us & Visionquest - "Dead Room/Equilibrio"
  3. Moritz Von Oswald/Joel Mull - "Cocoon Dark Dub/Blossom"
  4. Minilogue/Nina Kravitz - "We All/W-Bleu"
  5. Cobblestone Jazz/Loco Dice - "W/Carthago"
  6. Glove/Dinky - "Drogenkontrolle/Acid In My Fridge" (Visionquest remix)
  7. Martin Buttrich/Stefan Goldmann - "Hunted/Yes To All"
  8. Andre Galluzzi & Dana Ruh/Argy - "Beetle/Unreliable Virgin"
  9. Doomwork/Guy Gerber & Schlomi Aber - "Independance/Sea Of Sand"
  10. Johannes Heil/Nick Curly - "The Ace/Pujante" (Butch remix)
  11. Richard Bartz/Adam Beyer - "Subway 7/Stereotypes"
  12. Marco Carola & The Gadgets/Chris Tietjen & Christian Burkhardt - "Red Yellow Blue/Chamber Nights"
  13. Maetrik/Christian Burkhardt & Einzelkind - "Crush On Me/Icon"
  14. Chymera/Harrison Crump - "Pump/Deep Down Inside" (Reboot remix)
  15. Guy Gerber/Djinxx - "This Is Balagan/Scopic"
  16. Julian Bracht/Matt John/Extrawelt - "Aime Light/The River/Karma" (feat Marc Lorbeer)
  17. Project 69/Minilogue - "Karma/Seconds" (colour & sound)
Review: Chris Tietjen has long been a valued member of the Cocoon family, and mixed his first CD for the Frankfurt-based label way back in 2006. Here he celebrates a decade of collaboration with a tenth and apparently final mix for the imprint. Partly designed as a look back over the label's releases over the past 10 years, Zehn comes across like a labour of love. Densely packed with tracks - he impressively squeezes some 36 selections into 70 minutes, showcasing work from a veritable who's who of techno talent - it offers a typically fluid, atmospheric, late night-friendly chug through tech-house, minimal and European after-party hypnotism.
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Cat: PFRLP 18. Rel: 13 Oct 06
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Take Me Into Your Skin
  2. The Very Last Resort
  3. Evil Dub
  4. Snowflake
  5. Nightwalker
  6. Into The Trees (Serenetti Part 3)
  7. Always Something Better
  8. Moan
  9. Miss You
Review: Anders Trentemøller is one of the rising stars of the dance music scene, his remixes and productions have gained critical acclaim from a broad range of DJs and producers including Pete Tong, Sasha, John Digweed, Switch, MANDY, Mylo, Nathan Fake and Freeform Five. Released on the influential Poker Flat label this is set to be one of the definitive releases of 2006. Available as a limited edition double CD and double LP. Trentemøller is currently the most in-demand remixer (recently delivering critically acclaimed mixes for The Pet Shop Boys, The Knife, Royksöpp, Sharon Phillips and Moby) with releases on Naked Music, Get Physical, and of course Poker Flat/Audiomatique.
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 in stock $12.31
Cat: IMR 02LP. Rel: 27 May 10
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Mash & The Fury
  2. Sycamore Feeling
  3. Past The Beginning Of The End
  4. Shades Of Marble
  5. ...Even Though You're With Another Girl
  6. Haxan
  7. Metamorphosis
  8. Silver Surfer Ghost Rider Go!
  9. Neverglade
  10. Tide
Review: Trentemoller's Into The Great Wide Yonder sees the Danish producer dipping his toe into new territory to deliver an LP that sounds wholly natural and unforced, showcasing yet another side to his musical prowess. Not that we should be surprised - 2006's critically acclaimed debut The Last Resort was a crisp dance record, while his first mix compilation, Harbour Boat Trips, came loaded with varying sentiments of indie, rock and pop. Into The Great Wide Yonder completes Trentemøller's transition from his roots as a dancefloor producer into the more instrument-led domain of pop and rock tinged electronica. Still using a driving kick drum as the core to the album, the In My Room head honcho is still very much part of the dance scene, just not in the club focused way that we're used to.

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The Last Resort (reissue) (gatefold 3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: PFRLP 18X. Rel: 13 Jun 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Take Me Into Your Skin (7:44)
  2. Vamp (4:49)
  3. Evil Dub (5:59)
  4. Always Something Better (6:12)
  5. While The Cold Winter Waiting (5:04)
  6. Nightwalker (4:12)
  7. Like Two Strangers (3:24)
  8. The Very Last Resort (8:35)
  9. Snowflake (7:47)
  10. Chameleon (7:04)
  11. Into The Trees (Serenetti part 3) (7:22)
  12. Moan (5:48)
  13. Miss You (4:05)
Review: Anders Trentemoller was the noughties' greatest crossover star. From his humble beginnings releasing sleek tech house on imprints like Naked Music, Audiomatique and of course Berlin's Poker Flat - who released his modern classic The Last Resort in 2006. It gets a much deserved reissue here. Trentemoller went on to form his well received In My Room imprint, and go on to headline festivals and pack out stadiums with his acclaimed live show since. The Danish producer's debut album is actually appearing on vinyl for the first time here on a triple disc gatefold and featuring all 13 songs. The album received fantastic acclaim from both fans and journalists around the world and made it into the top-lists of the month, year and decade - alongside an array of awards for best production or best album.
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Cat: AMLP 02. Rel: 05 Oct 07
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Blacksmoke Organisation - "Danger Global Warming" (Trentemoller remix)
  2. Trentemoller - "The Forest"
  3. Mathias Schaffhauser - "Coincidance" (Trentemoller remix)
  4. Jokke Ilsoe - "Feeling Good" (Trentemoller remix)
  5. Royksopp - "What Else Is There?" (Trentemoller remix)
  6. Trentemoller - "Gush"
  7. The Knife - "We Share Our Mother's Health" (Trentemoller remix)
  8. Trentemoller - "Kink"
Review: Audiomatique are happy and proud to present "The Trentemoller Chronicles". This new double album is not a new studio album, but an overview of Trentemoller's impressive body of work. "The Trentemoller Chronicles" include Anders' personal selection of his best songs and remixes, which have only been available on vinyl or on compilations, as well as some new and exclusive songs. This is an essential piece of minimal/tech house.
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A Part Of 20 (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: UNB 006. Rel: 03 Jul 17
Deep House
  1. Renacer
  2. Need You
  3. Tonight (feat C.H Brown)
  4. Raw Orquestra
  5. Expression
  6. Feeling Hot (feat Howard)
  7. 7300 Days
  8. Again (feat Paola Rowid)
Review: It's certainly not easy keeping up with Tuccillo. The relentlessly productive producer has been constantly firing off dancefloor bombs on labels as respected as Visionquest, One, Holic Trax and 8bit for years, but never before has he turned his hand to an album. Finally, he's decided to do the right thing and give us a deeper insight into his sound, and he's doing it on his own Unblock label. Fans will get everything they crave on A Part Of 20, as Tuccillo indulges his dancefloor sound and keeps the quality level as high as ever. There are some choice guest turns from vocalists on "Tonight", "Feeling Hot" and "Again", but throughout the album Tuccillo's commitment to the stripped down, emotive house groove remains constant.
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