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Cat: CRM 089. Rel: 21 Jan 12
Deep House
  1. Touch You Gently
  2. Tell Me Why (Brennan Green version)
out of stock $7.14
Natural Selection: Special Edition (limited 2xLP in leather tote bag)
Cat: NO19LP 7SE. Rel: 20 Jan 15
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Natural Selection (intro)
  2. It's Through
  3. The Agent
  4. Kisses For Roses (feat Aquarius Heaven)
  5. JD 4 AD (interlude)
  6. These Eyes
  7. The Hunt (feat Blud)
  8. Crazy
  9. Cruel Intensions (feat Seth Troxler)
  10. Breathe Easy (interlude)
  11. Walls
  12. Macba (interlude)
  13. In The Wake
  14. Catch You By Suprise
Review: If you are part of the demographic of Art Department fans who like their tote bags to be leather then this ltd edition of the Canadian tech house duo's second LP is for you! When announcing the release of Natural Selection, Johnny White and Kenny Glasgow promised a more "mature and experimental sound". Certainly, the album is a more wide-ranging and atmospheric album than their club-friendly debut, The Drawing Board. While there are forays into dancefloor-centric material - see Seth Troxler hook-up "Cruel Intentions" and the analogue techno pulse of the delay-laden "Hunt" - for the most part the duo sticks to a slower tempo, drawing influence from IDM, new wave (see "Crazy"), maudlin trip-hop, ambient and downbeat pop. As a result, Natural Selection is a surprisingly varied and inventive full-length.
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Cat: CRM 064. Rel: 24 Feb 17
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Vampire Nightclub (feat Seth Troxler) (8:20)
  2. Without You (extended 12" mix) (8:37)
Review: It's been pretty hard to escape the hoo-hah surrounding Art Department ever since YouTube footage surfaced of the dropping "Without You" at the Hot Natured DEMF party back in June. The Juno editorial branch is in complete agreement that such hype is totally justified on this debut release for Crosstown Rebels. "Vampire Night Club" sits across the A Side with a guest spot from Seth Troxler, er, vamping it up on vocals backed by some haunting harmonies from Art Department's Kenny Glasgow. It's the dynamic usage of infectiously dark bass patterns and intermittent synth stabs that help cement the eerie atmosphere that pervades the track. This sense of pulsing menace is transferred to the B Side brilliance of "Without You". Made for play in dark venues where the crunching beat, throbbing bassline and creeped out vocal refrain from Glasgow can reverberate around the walls and your cerebral cortex, "Without You" is destined to become a mainstay in record boxes for many months to come.
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Cat: CRMLP 014. Rel: 21 Apr 11
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Much Too Much
  2. Tell Me Why (part I)
  3. Tell Me Why (part II)
  4. Vampire Nightclub (feat Seth Troxler - album version)
  5. The Excuse
  6. In The Mood
Review: Kenny Glasgow and Jonny White have both enjoyed solo success over the years, but only recently together as their brainchild Art Department. After teasing us with last year's massive "Without You", they now release their debut album The Drawing Board courtesy of Crosstown Rebels. "Much Too Much" features melting lyrics originally written by Frankie Knuckles, Robert Owens and Satoshi Tomiie that are now crooned by Glasgow over a hypnotic and down tempo beat. "Tell Me Why" Parts I and II are again vocally dominated and layered over a simple yet captivating bass line that shuffles ever forward. Seth Troxler lends his deep and eerie vocal talents on "Vampire Nightclub" - a light and airy musical base that contrasts against Troxler's warped vocals. "The Excuse" -a dusky collection of electronic clicks and clacks leads to "In The Mood" on the D-side whose gorgeously old skool hip-hop style vocal showcase a welcome other side to the album.
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Cat: CRMCD 014. Rel: 27 Apr 11
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Much Too Much
  2. Tell Me Why (part I)
  3. Living The Life (feat Seth Troxler)
  4. What Does It Sound Like?
  5. Without You
  6. We Call Love (feat Soul Clap & Osunlade)
  7. Vampire Nightclub (feat Seth Troxler - album version)
  8. In The Mood
  9. Roberts Cry
  10. Tell Me Why (part II)
  11. I C U
Review: Canadian duo Art Department have all the ingredients of success at their disposal: experience, reputation and, most importantly, hype. With the latter in full effect right now, it's safe to say that The Drawing Board, their debut full length, is one of the most anticipated house sets of 2011. So is it any good? Certainly, those who've already fallen in love with their touchy-feely, melancholy take on house will enjoy it immensely. Like the work of guest Seth Troxler's Visionquest (and, to some extent, Benoit & Sergio), there's a distinct melodic warmth to Art Department's shuffling beats, woozy electronics and half-whispered vocals. It's this, more than anything, which makes The Drawing Board worthwhile listening.

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Cat: CRMCD 018BONUSFREE. Rel: 27 Apr 11
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. The Drawing Board: Inspirations (exclusive Art Department DJ mix)
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Cat: NO 19043. Rel: 18 Nov 13
Deep House
  1. Sun Comes Up
  2. Sun Comes Up (Mind Against 909 remix)
Review: Hot on the heels of their talent heavy reworkings of The xx standard "Crystallised," the Art Department pairing of Kenny Glasgow and Johnny White return with another dancefloor jammer, released of course on the latter's No 19 label. Sun Comes Up is the last record from Art Department produced in the vein of their debut LP, with a second album slated for release sometime next year on Crosstown Rebels allegedly promising a new sonic direction for Glasgow and White. Whilst we wait for this to be revealed, Art Dept fans will be well served with the introspective "Sun Comes Up" whose synth pop influences are overt and all the better for it. Brotherly Berlin duo Mind Against line the B Side with a 909 heavy rework that will suit the dancefloors to a tee.
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Cat: NO19CD 007. Rel: 12 Nov 14
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Natural Selection (intro)
  2. It's Through
  3. The Agent
  4. Kisses For Roses (feat Aquarius Heaven)
  5. JD 4 AD (interlude)
  6. These Eyes
  7. The Hunt (feat Blud)
  8. Crazy
  9. Cruel Intensions (feat Seth Troxler)
  10. Breathe Easy (interlude)
  11. Walls
  12. Macba (interlude)
  13. In The Wake
  14. Catch You By Suprise
Review: When announcing the release of this sophomore set, Canadian tech-house stalwarts Art Department - AKA Johnny White and Kenny Glasgow - promised a more "mature and experimental sound". Certainly, Natural Selection is a more imaginative, wide-ranging and atmospheric album than their club-friendly debut, The Drawing Board. While there are forays into dancefloor-centric material - see Seth Troxler hook-up "Cruel Intentions" and the analogue techno pulse of the delay-laden "Hunt" - for the most part the duo sticks to a slower tempo, drawing influence from IDM, new wave (see "Crazy"), maudlin trip-hop, ambient and downbeat pop. As a result, Natural Selection is a surprisingly varied and inventive full-length.
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Cat: NO19LP 007. Rel: 15 Dec 14
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Natural Selection (intro)
  2. It's Through
  3. The Agent
  4. Kisses For Roses (feat Aquarius Heaven)
  5. JD 4 AD (interlude)
  6. These Eyes
  7. The Hunt (feat Blud)
  8. Crazy
  9. Cruel Intensions (feat Seth Troxler)
  10. Breathe Easy (interlude)
  11. Walls
  12. Macba (interlude)
  13. In The Wake
  14. Catch You By Suprise
Intérprete: Dino Lenny, MARCUS MARR
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Shame EP (10")
Cat: CH 023. Rel: 28 Jun 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Shame (6:00)
  2. Fixation (5:33)
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Cat: NO 19080. Rel: 16 Mar 18
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Sour Jazz (6:32)
  2. 721 (Queen Street) (4:44)
  3. Art Department & Todd Terry - "Roots Deep" (feat Roland Clark) (7:46)
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Cat: NO 19088. Rel: 05 Apr 19
Deep House
  1. Track 1 (6:40)
  2. Track 1 (Dolled Up) (6:40)
  3. D'Igualada (6:09)
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The Breeding Ground EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: KTV 013. Rel: 19 Dec 18
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Industry (6:10)
  2. Exit To Eden (6:37)
  3. Boa (5:35)
  4. Madbar (4:30)
Intérprete: DJ Mau Mau
 in stock $9.96
Cat: CRM 073. Rel: 25 Mar 11
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Living The Life
  2. Living The Life (Aba Therepy version)
Review: Kenny Glasgow & Jonny White aka Art Department came bounding into the spotlight with their huge hit "Without You" on Crosstown Rebels last year. Enlisting the vocal services of musical prodigy Seth Troxler on their second release, "Living the Life" is a smart move considering the massive popularity of Troxler right about now. Introduced with a warped and dark Troxler vocal, indecipherable and eerie, it leads into a sensual drum beat which is instantly captivating. Crisp claps and a mellow synth line are integrated bit by bit and once layered, the elements working together make for a downtempo delicacy. The ABA "Therapy Version" is equally alluring, dreamily extending the vocals and meandering smugly along. Whilst it doesn't have the smash and grab of "Without You", it falls effortlessly into a more mature and intriguing category. This is exactly what Art Department needed to do with their second release on CR, instantly diminishing any one hit wonder categorization.
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Cat: NO19 051. Rel: 08 Nov 14
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Cruel Intentions (original)
  2. Cruel Intentions (Jerome Sydenham Deep Space dub)
  3. Cruel Intentions (Fred P reshape)
  4. Cruel Intentions (Fred P beats edit)
Review: Surprisingly, it's been some three years since Art Department (AKA Kenny Glasgow and No. 19 label boss Jonny White) last joined forces with globetrotting DJ/producer/bbq chef/record label hoarder Seth Troxler. "Cruel Intentions", then, should be essential listening for anyone who enjoys the trio's trippy, clandestine blends of tech-house rhythms and off-kilter pop savvy. The winding, '80s-pop influenced original - blessed with a typically evocative spoken word original - is joined by a solid trio of remixes. First up, Jerome Sydenham adds a little extra toughness to the beats and a cavalcade of intergalactic noises on his Deep Space Dub. On the flip Fred P delivers a woozy, organ-laden "Reshape" (complete with superb, Afro-influenced drums) and a chunkier, stripped-back Beats Edit.
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Cat: CRM 078 A LIMITED. Rel: 10 Jun 11
Deep House
  1. We Call Love (DJ Harvey remix)
Review: Art Department and Crosstown Rebels seem to have taken the house world by storm in the last two years. Kenny Glasgow and Jonny White's "We Call Love" has been picked apart carefully put back together again by the legendary Balearic beardo DJ Harvey for a limited one sided, hand stamped, hand numbered white label. Slow burning and downtempo, "We Call Love" plays with the original's raw electric guitar melodies, piercing key sequences and chopped vocal snippets. Sensual and lethargically bouncy, it's a late night house track made in typical modern and blase style from the CR camp. Be quick!
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Cat: NO 19040. Rel: 30 Sep 13
Deep House
  1. Crystalised (Directors Cut Signature mix)
  2. Crystalised (Directors Cut unmarked dub)
  3. Crystalised (Agoria remix)
  4. Crystalised (Deniz Kurtel remix)
Intérprete: Resident Advisor
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Cat: NO 19029. Rel: 31 Oct 12
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Robot Heart
  2. Robot Heart (Blud deep Playa beats mix)
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Cat: NO 19030. Rel: 07 Dec 12
Deep House
  1. Art Department - "Insomniac"
  2. My Favorite Robot - "Not Progress"
  3. Gregorythme - "Artificial Tears"
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Cat: NO19CD 002. Rel: 27 Feb 13
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Art Department - "Into The Dust" (intro)
  2. Jonny White & Nitin - "La Cueva"
  3. Ali Love - "The Jungle" (Brigante mix)
  4. Luca C & Brigante - "Tomorrow Can Wait" (feat Robert Owens - Art Department remix)
  5. Johnathan Lee - "Senses"
  6. Foremost Poets - "Moonraker" (acappella)
  7. Jakkin Rabbit - "Full Of Dreams" (feat Robert Owens)
  8. Fuckpony - "Bongo Born" (Tale Of Us remix)
  9. Jamie Jones - "Doctor Blue"
  10. DJ Hell - "I Can Dance" (feat Brian Ferry - Carl Craig remix)
  11. Art Department BLUD Shaun Reeves - "Robot Heart" (feat Damian Lazarus)
  12. My Favourite Robot - "Not Progress"
  13. Gregorythme - "Artificial Tears"
  14. Art Department - "Insomniac"
Review: Following the release of acclaimed debut album, The Drawing Board, in 2011, Canadian cocaine house twosome Art Department have been pretty quiet. After the release of a handful of collaborative singles in 2012, they attempt to nudge themselves back up the stripy jumper pecking order with their first commercially available mix CD. Social Experiment 003 is as fluid, quietly wonky and tactile as you'd expect, shimmying between the sort of effective and efficient deep house and tech-house with which they made their name. The selections are, unsurprisingly, on-point, too, with many of their friends and collaborators - My Robot Friend, Damian Lazarus, Jamie Jones, Ali Love, Shaun Reeves, Tale of Us - all making an appearance.
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BPM 001 (mixed CD)
Cat: NO19CD 005. Rel: 23 Jan 14
Techno
  1. Oskar Offerman - "You Said Party, I Said Maybe" (dub)
  2. Oskar Offerman - "We Have Become"
  3. Maher Daniel & Jos Charnis - "Lonely Stars In Open Skies" (Luca Baccetti remix)
  4. Tenwalls - "Requiem"
  5. Deetron - "Character"
  6. Deniz Kurtel - "Deepression"
  7. Boris Horel - "Wild Combinations"
  8. Baikal - "Why Don't Ya" (Ripperton remix)
  9. Louie Fresco - "Arabian Sexcapade"
  10. Art Department - "Sun Comes Up" (Mind Against 909 remix)
  11. Eric Volta - "Love Your Illusion"
  12. VCMG - "Single Blip" (Mathew Johnson remix)
  13. Marcus Worgull & Peter Pardeike - "Lenoix"
  14. Eric Volta - "Bloody Burgundy (My Eyes Are Open)" (feat Gretz)
Review: Mexican festival BPM may not be that well known to British music fans, but it's steadily building an impressive reputation. It's perhaps unsurprising, then, that the festival has decided to launch its own tied-in DJ mix series. Crosstown Rebels regulars Art Department are at the helm on this first installment, delivering a smooth blend of wide-eyed tech-house, stripy t-shirt friendly powder house grooves, and the odd dash of heavily percussive pump (see Boris Horel's "Wild Combinations"). It's all well judged, with deeper moments (Ripperton's nicely organic take on Baikal's "Why Don't You?") nestling side by side with humid curiosities and the duo's own tactile take on heads-down house.
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Cat: 019029 6990342. Rel: 28 Oct 16
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Jonny White - "Ambient Intro (Rainfall)" (0:30)
  2. Rhythm & Sound - "Smile" (feat Savage) (0:30)
  3. Maurizio - "M5A" (edit) (0:30)
  4. Deepchord - "DC12 A1" (0:30)
  5. Rod Modell - "Lama Temple" (full version) (0:30)
  6. Luciano - "Octagonal" (0:30)
  7. Dubatech - "Nonagon" (0:30)
  8. Steve Bug - "A Night Like This" (Richie Hawtin A Dub Like That remix) (0:30)
  9. Petar Dundov - "Oasis" (Substance & Vainqueur remix) (0:30)
  10. Deepchord - "Electromagnetic Dowsing (Step 1)" (0:30)
  11. Route 8 - "Ash" (dub) (0:30)
  12. Round Two - "New Day" (feat Andy Caine - club vocal mix) (0:30)
  13. Jonny White - "Bodies" (0:30)
  14. Borrowed Identity - "Faith" (0:30)
  15. Sascha Dive - "Get Out Of The Ghetto Blues" (Fred P remix) (0:30)
  16. Mandar - "Wet Paul" (0:30)
  17. Searle - "She Moves" (0:30)
  18. DJ Sneak - "The Music In Me" (0:30)
  19. Moomin - "Humbling Love" (0:30)
  20. Fresh & Low - "New Life" (0:30)
  21. Delano Smith - "Mariana's Song" (0:30)
  22. J Dahlback The Persuader - "What Is The Time, Mr Templar?" (0:30)
  23. Aphrodisiac - "Song Of The Siren" (0:30)
  24. Steve Tang - "Mystic Ritual" (0:30)
  25. Nitin - "Dubbed Out" (Deadbeat remix) (0:30)
  26. AD/D - "Motor City Sunrise" (Jonny Renaissance version) (0:30)
Review: With this impeccably atmospheric, two-disc journey, Art Department becomes the latest outfit to deliver a fitting contribution to Renaissance's legendary Mix Collection. The Canadian duo begins with a dash of hazy ambience, before smoothly shuffling through a selection of superb deep, dub techno explorations from Deepchord, Maurizio and Rhythm & Sound. As the first disc progresses, it slowly becomes more melodious and percussive, via fine cuts from Steve Bug, Luciano and Route 8. Disc two sees them in full on powder house club-mode, mixing up tactile, groovy and floor-friendly cuts from the likes of Borrowed Identity, DJ Sneak, Delano Smith and Jasper Dahlback.
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Fabric 82 (mixed CD)
Cat: FABRIC 163. Rel: 18 Jun 15
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Basic Channel - "Mutism"
  2. Frank & Tonny - "Villa Seurat"
  3. Mr G - "Hip Reflex"
  4. Doubt - "Worse For The Wear"
  5. Borrowed Identity - "Ruhephase In D-Moll" (feat Mechanical Soul Brother)
  6. DJ Boom - "Kinda Kickin'" (Efdemin remix)
  7. Brooks Mosher - "Get Ready" (Fred P reshape)
  8. Scott Grooves & Kataconda - "Decmal 2.0"
  9. Art Department - "Cruel Intentions" (feat Seth Troxler - Fred P reshape)
  10. Ngly - "Service Cost"
  11. Jonathan Lee - "Dimensions"
  12. Herbert - "Deeper"
  13. JTC - "Valley Road (We Are 1)" (DJ QU remix)
  14. Nitejams - "Untitled (NJ01-B1)"
  15. Rick Wade - "Wired"
  16. James Priestley & Marco Antonio - "Speed"
  17. Basic Channel - "Mutism"
Review: Having previously impressed with a pair of mix CDs on their No. 19 Music imprint, Art Department has finally received the call from Fabric. Opening and closing with the same Basic Channel classic - "Mutism" - the now solo Canadian act offers a whirlwind tour of inspirations and musical obsessions. So, after a deep and hypnotic start, they subtly move through the gears, firstly via the jackin' deep house-meets-tech house of Fred P's breathless "reshape" of Brooks Mosher's "Get Ready", and later via the alien pump of Ngly's "Service Cost". By the time Nitejams' Detroit-influenced Chicago jacker "Untitled (NJ01-B1)" swaggers into view, the party's in full swing.
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Cat: CRM 094. Rel: 17 Apr 12
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Our Time In Liberty
  2. Our Time In Liberty (Russ Yallop remix)
Review: Having worked his way to the top over the past 12 months, it would appear Jamie Jones isn't keen on letting slip his grip on our affections. A precursory hint at what to expect from Jones' second LP due out on Crosstown Rebels is offered up by Lazarus & co with "Our Time In Liberty" the lead track from the album, notable for the guest vocal from aficionados Art Department and the accompanying Russ Yallop remix. Pretty much the perfect Crosstown twelve inch, right? Anyone who spends their days digging through YouTube will probably be familiar with the original, Kenny Glasgow's distinct refrain adding a haunting element over a bass heavy groove that gradually comes to be consumed by the procession of synth stabs, complemented by a markedly tougher remix from Senor Yallop.
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Cat: NO 19025. Rel: 14 Jun 12
Deep House
  1. Graveyard Tan (version 1)
  2. Graveyard Tan (version 2)
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  1. Soul Clap - "Fried Chicken"
  2. Art Department & Soul Clap - "Glenn & Boo"
  3. Gadi Mizrahi - "Hurt Me"
  4. Miguel Puente & Sishi Rosche - "Serious Compassion"
Review: Art Department's No.19 imprint have been putting out serious house music since 2008, and for the Social Experiment sampler they bring Soul Clap, Art Department, Gadi Mizrahi from Wolf + Lamb and Sishi Rosche on board. "Fried Chicken" from Berlin via Boston duo Soul Clap dabbles with disco funk and catchy vocals while "Glenn & Boo" from the Soul Clap/Art Department dream team goes for a modern house sound with crisp claps and long meandering synths. Flipping over and Gadi's "Hurt Me" delves into deeper and darker house with a slow and wailing underlying groove to add to the EPs varied soundscape. Lastly, Miguel Puente & Sushi Rosche team up for "Serious Compassion", a track that plays with old skool synth sections and a dark sexy bassline to pump the jam once more.
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