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Styrax Special 4 (limited to 100 copies sparkled vinyl 12")
Cat: STYRAXI/STYRAX J. Rel: 09 Dec 11
Techno
  1. 154 - "Daze"
  2. Damon Lamar - "Rising Sun"
  3. Claro Intelecto - "Signifier"
  4. Lowtec - "Dat America"
out of stock $10.58
Styrax Special 4 (yellow transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: STYRAXI/STYRAX J. Rel: 09 Dec 11
Techno
  1. 154 - "Daze" (3:25)
  2. Damon Lamar - "Rising Sun" (7:57)
  3. Claro Intelecto - "Signifier" (6:19)
  4. Lowtec - "Dat America" (6:48)
Review: Styrax's alphabetized Specials series reaches its fourth volume (or Styrax I / Styrax J to use the correct parlance) with four typically sumptuous examples of archival house. 154's delightfully fuzzy "Daze" opens proceedings, which will cause much misty eyed reminiscing for anyone who indulged in the 2004 Delsin released album Strike it first appeared on. Alongside it, Damon Lamar's luxuriously paced "Rising Sun" is borrowed from Tetrode Music, its intoxicating swirls of kaleidoscopic textures every bit as potent as when it first surfaced. The flipside tracks are naturally in a similar vein with some 2003 bounciness from Claro Intelecto complemented by "Dat America", Lowtec's 1999 jam for the Playhouse imprint.
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out of stock $8.21
Reform Club (2xLP)
Cat: 92DSR/CLR LP1. Rel: 26 Apr 12
Techno
  1. Reformed
  2. Blind Side
  3. Still Here
  4. It's Getting Late
  5. Scriptease
  6. Control
  7. Night Of The Maniac
  8. Quiet Life
Review: It would be easy and unforgivably lazy to lump Claro's work in with the great unwashed of deep/dub techno. While Reform Club does sparkle and shimmer with epic strings, ghostly reversed chords and dreamy synths, it's the interplay between these elements and Stewart's unpredictable rhythmic dalliances that make his third album so rewarding. "Reformed" is a case in point: glassy percussion and sensuous string passages suggest an adept take on classic Detroit techno, but the underlying, resonating bass depicts an artist highlighting flaws and imperfections. In a similar vein is "It's Getting Late", where evocative chords unfold over a quirky bassline and the raw, Aardvarck-esque beats and breathy melodies of "Scriptease". But it's the tracks where Stewart appears to be sharing his own personal experiences that have the greatest impact. The atmospheric, chiming synths of "Still Here" has the same underlying sadness that Stewart articulated so beautifully on Metanarrative and the whistling sounds and serene ambience of "Quiet Life" elevate Stewart to the same level as great musical storytellers like Mark Hollis and Ian Curtis. The fact that be can bare his soul and document deeply personal topics without resorting to words makes his voice all the more powerful.
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out of stock $16.94
Cat: 92DSR/CLR CD1. Rel: 26 Apr 12
Techno
  1. Reformed
  2. Blind Side
  3. Still Here
  4. It's Getting Late
  5. Scriptease
  6. Control
  7. Second Blood
  8. Night Of The Maniac
  9. Quiet Life
Intérprete: Ennio Styles
out of stock $15.88
Ai
Cat: AI 3. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Breakbeat
  1. Peace Of Mind (Electrosoul)
  2. Tone
  3. Contact
  4. Signifier
out of stock $5.29
Cat: LOVE 054. Rel: 21 Nov 08
Minimal/Tech House
  1. When The Time Is Right
  2. Round & Round
Intérprete: Stojche, Ost & Kjex
out of stock $7.41
Stanza (12")
Cat: 105 DSR/CLR2. Rel: 25 Jun 14
Techno
  1. Remember
  2. White Sun
  3. A Nightmare Before Bedtime
  4. Blank CC
Review: Since Claro Intelecto's formidable Reform Club LP in 2012, the Modern Love staple has become a recognised component in Delsin's release schedule; last year saw Mark Stewart included among the contributors for Delsin's multi-faceted 100DSR/VAR compilation and the Dutch label also reissued his debut EP from 2003, Peace Of Mind. Now with this new Stanza EP, Intelecto shows Delsin for the first time how brutish he can actually be. Combining techno, electro, a bit of dub and a lot of industrialisms mixed with high powered Chicago house elements, "Remember" is the perfect example of his musical dynamism. "White Sun" is drizzly, smudged-out and a tricky, but rewarding mix for the DJ, while "A Nightmare Before Bedtime" is a gluttonous serving of disjointed house music. And for lovers of Regis style power techno there's "Blank CC".
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out of stock $9.01
Cat: LOVE 22. Rel: 22 Jun 06
Minimal/Tech House
  1. X
  2. Only Yesterday
Review: Hot on the heels of "Warehouse Sessions Volume 2", this 3rd instalment finds Mark Stewart on a mission to head even deeper into the heart of techno with a double-headed session that's as stripped down as it is relentless. "X" on the A-side is a gargantuan chug through a barely contained demented 4/4 spasm, underpinned by distorted stabs and a hollow line in thumping kick drums. It's all fairly restrained until the half-way mark when things suddenly go deep under the influence! A live session of warbling dub stabs fed through a widescreen echo-chamber, low-end psychosis that's just devastating. Where the hell did that come from?? "Only Yesterday" on the flip is a homage to Mr Fingers, a slow, deep, pulsating house classic that utilises the sort of padded bass progression that they just don't make anymore, caressed by pristine hi-hats and very little else, it's not every day you here a sound so full made out of so little.
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Intérprete: Alex Font
out of stock $7.41
Cat: LOVE 021. Rel: 18 May 06
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Trial & Error
  2. Signals
Review: With the first installment in this series already having enjoyed four re-presses in 3 months, warehouse sessions 2 arrives with a twisted show of appreciation from one of the most gifted techno producers anywhere in the world . "Trial & Error" on the A-side is a malfunctioning beast of a track, a filthy modification of house presets rewired with a crushed square bassline and turned into something positively sleazy. By the far the most exuberant and narcotic track ever produced by Mark Stewart and a real mashed up anthem for neon-stripped warehouses and modified bunkers the world over. "Signals" on the flipside applies the same contaminated aesthetic to a more robust techno pattern, a rolling tumble of kick drum and snare mutilated by a metallic screen that squashes the track into a very dark corner, only to be illuminated by patient, distant keys. It takes a lot of confidence to be this restrained, but it works & Volume 2 is a great follow up in Warehouse Session series.
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Cat: LOVE 038. Rel: 27 Mar 08
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Operation
  2. Harsh Reality
  3. Innocence
  4. Before My Eyes
  5. Nodrex
  6. Gone To The Dogs
  7. Dependant
  8. Beautiful Death
out of stock $12.70
Cat: LOVE 057. Rel: 23 Sep 09
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Chadderton
  2. Above
  3. Great Day
out of stock $8.46
out of stock $8.46
Cat: LOVE 052. Rel: 22 Jan 09
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Thieves
  2. New Dawn
  3. Trial & Error
  4. Signals
  5. X
  6. Only Yesterday
  7. Instinct
  8. Post
  9. Hunt You Down
  10. Momento
  11. W6
Intérprete: Rose & Ulysse
out of stock $12.70
FORTHCOMING
Forgotten Wasteland
Cat: 136 DSR. Rel: 17 Jun 19
Techno
  1. The Thunderdome
  2. Sniffer Dogs
  3. Messages
  4. Sirens
coming soon $9.80
Patience (12")
Cat: LOVE 018. Rel: 25 Nov 05
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Patience
  2. Know The Lingo
  3. Hunters Rocket To The Sky
Review: Following on from the frustratingly scarce teaser 12" "Lacan" that sold out in a single afternoon, Mark Stewart is back with his first release for Modern Love available for wider public consumption. A sort of thank you for everyone's patience. Of course, patience is a virtue that the techno community has had to become well versed in over the last couple of years. Patience for the full structure of tracks to emerge. Patience for that barely noticeable narrative that infects only the most developed forms of what has become known as minimal. "Patience" is a masterclass in self restraint and redux, an apt title for the opening track on this perfectly formed EP. It will remind you of warehouse parties in a blurred haze of hindsight, an acid klunk stripped into a fragmented prism of colours - melodic yet utterly determined to stick to its agenda. This is machine music perfectly honed for the body. The flipside is much fuller; pregnant with abandon and fizzing chemicals, a widescreen adaptation of Chicago anthems imbued with a startling effortlessness - a Claro special as some people have already christened it. Mighty.
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Intérprete: Phil Latch (LL.M.)
out of stock $7.41
Cat: LOVE 020. Rel: 06 Jan 06
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Thieves
  2. New Dawn
Review: Having just this week aired 20 minutes worth of unreleased warehouse material for a Breezeblock session, Mark Stewart at long last unveils the first in this series of pristine 12"s designed, honed and tweaked for the floor. The Warehouse Sessions will concentrate on Claro's darker edge: minimally constructed, full-bodied, deviant 4/4 variations with the headier end of the warehouse in mind. "Thieves" opens the series with a full-bodied assault on midnight with a dark clunk of deep, padded techno underpinning impossibly widescreen emissions, a relentless attack formation guided by soulful machinery executed through the tightest production imaginable. "New Dawn" on the flip is just gargantuan. A heavy slug of post-industrial genius taking the metallic clunk Monolake are so well known for, slowing things right down and marrying it with the faint ghost of Rhythm & Sound dub echoes leading charge to utter oblivion. This is the most developed materiel from Claro yet, following his own trajectory through a template torn wide-open with an instinctive production style that just seems to be forever developing. Mighty.
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out of stock $6.35
Lacan (12")
Cat: LOVE 015. Rel: 25 Jul 05
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Lacan
  2. Episode
out of stock $8.46
Peace Of Mind EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: XDSR 5. Rel: 20 Jan 16
Techno
  1. Peace Of Mind (Electrosoul)
  2. Tone
  3. Contact
  4. Signifier
Review: Chuck 'em in a black bag and give 'em a blotchy stamp. That's Delsin's modus operandi when it comes to re-releasing their favourite older material. And following their re-up of Son.Sine's beautiful Upekah 12", Claro Intelecto's first ever release makes its way on to the prominent Dutch label, a solid decade after it was first released on the now defunct Ai Records. For that 'must have' feeling "Tone" is the track you want to hear first; a gnarly acid work out of Drexciya-influenced techno that's been dragged through the mud and sounds all the better for it. Before that though there's a deeper and electro-leaning "Peace Of Mind (Electosoul)", and while "Signifier" mirrors it somewhat, it's deep house that's pure as the driven snow. And if you needed any more proof that Intelecto is the master of a phat-bassline, look no further than "Contact".
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Dependent (1-sided 12")
Cat: LOVE 039. Rel: 17 Sep 07
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Dependent
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Cat: LOVE 034. Rel: 14 Apr 07
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Instict
  2. Post
Review: Things are rumbling in Mark Stewart's studio. The a-side of "Warehouse Sessions Volume 4" is dominated by "Instinct", a track with a percussive spine so crisp and spacious it almost threw us off our chairs the first time we heard its ridiculous square bassline kick in. This is vintage club music: thick with a filthy kink in the arrangement and so beautifully produced that we honestly think its the most incredible cut we've ever had - playing it loud is mandatory y'hear! The flipside pushes us a few hours deeper into the night and moves things into a padded, twilight carousel of sparkling keys and another one of those endlessly cavernous basslines, venturing into a classic breakdown that bring those keys back...it's all about the keys! The Modern Love imprint brings a great release by Claro Intelecto.
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Cat: LOVE 038CD. Rel: 14 Mar 08
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Operation
  2. Harsh Reality
  3. Innocence
  4. Before My Eyes
  5. Gone To The Dogs
  6. Nodrex
  7. Dependant
  8. Beautiful Death
out of stock $6.35
Rise (1-sided 12")
Cat: LOVE 046. Rel: 26 Mar 08
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Rise
Intérprete: Ste Roberts
out of stock $7.41
Cat: LOVE 044. Rel: 22 Apr 08
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Hunt You Down
  2. Momento
Intérprete: Phiorio, Panoptica, JOALZ
out of stock $7.41
Section EP (12")
Ai
Cat: AI 008. Rel: 24 Feb 04
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Chicago
  2. Section (Part 2)
  3. Mono
  4. Senti
out of stock $6.35
Neurofibro (2xLP)
Ai
Cat: AILP 008. Rel: 27 Apr 04
Leftfield
  1. Percentages
  2. Resonation
  3. Baudrillards Supper
  4. Tria
  5. Language
  6. Section
  7. Black
  8. Head Pollution
  9. You Not Me
  10. Tierra Quemada
  11. Nobody
  12. Your Trophy
out of stock $13.76
Ai
Cat: AILP 008CD. Rel: 27 Apr 04
Leftfield
  1. Peace Of Mind
  2. Percentages
  3. Resonation
  4. Baudrillards Supper
  5. Tria
  6. Mono
  7. Section 8
  8. Back 9
  9. Contact 10
  10. You Not Me
  11. Chicago
  12. Nobody
  13. Your Trophy
Intérprete: JOKERS OF THE SCENE
out of stock $12.70
Exhilarator (gatefold 3xLP)
Cat: 127 DSR. Rel: 16 Nov 17
Techno
  1. Sunshine (4:29)
  2. Eye Spy (4:56)
  3. Mr Stewart (5:05)
  4. Guardian Angel (6:29)
  5. Ageless Eyes (5:56)
  6. Portrait (1:35)
  7. Pantomime (6:02)
  8. Through The Cosmos (6:47)
  9. Kozyrev's Mirror (7:01)
  10. Another Life (5:56)
  11. Amino Acid (6:37)
  12. Slither - The Way Home (8:48)
  13. Bite The Hand (3:46)
Review: For those who follow the work of British IDM legend Claro Intelecto, the last few years have been frustrating, to say the least. It's been five years since his last album, and three since he released a 12" single. Exhilarator, his fifth full-length, is certainly well over-due. Predictably, it is also rather good. As usual, it offers a superb balance of dark and intoxicating electro, tuneful intelligent techno, bubbly IDM, glitchy post-ambient soundscapes, deep and bass-heavy techno shufflers and clanking, off kilter experimentation from the Autehcre school of electronica. It's atmospheric, impeccably produced and stuffed full of highlights. In other words, it's another great Claro Intelecto album.
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Intérprete: Doo
out of stock $25.69
Exhilarator (limited splattered coloured vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: 127 DSRLTD.
Techno
  1. Sunshine
  2. Eye Spy
  3. Mr Stewart
  4. Guardian Angel
  5. Ageless Eyes
  6. Portrait
  7. Pantomime
  8. Through The Cosmos
  9. Kozyrevs Mirror
  10. Another Life
  11. Amino Acid
  12. Slither - The Way Home
  13. Bite The Hand
Review: For those who follow the work of British IDM legend Claro Intelecto, the last few years have been frustrating, to say the least. It's been five years since his last album, and three since he released a 12" single. Exhilarator, his fifth full-length, is certainly well over-due. Predictably, the triple vinyl set - pressed in limited quantities on "splatter vinyl" - is also rather good. As usual, it offers a superb balance of dark and intoxicating electro, tuneful intelligent techno, bubbly IDM, glitchy post-ambient soundscapes, deep and bass-heavy techno shufflers and clanking, off kilter experimentation from the Autehcre school of electronica. It's atmospheric, impeccably produced and stuffed full of highlights. In other words, it's another great Claro Intelecto album.
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out of stock $0.00
Cat: 127 DSRCD. Rel: 30 Nov 17
Techno
  1. Sunshine
  2. Eye Spy
  3. Mr Stewart
  4. Guardian Angel
  5. Ageless Eyes
  6. Portrait
  7. Pantomime
  8. Through The Cosmos
  9. Kozyrev's Mirror
  10. Another Life
  11. Amino Acid
  12. Slither - The Way Home
  13. Bite The Hand
Review: For those who follow the work of British IDM legend Claro Intelecto, the last few years have been frustrating, to say the least. It's been five years since his last album, and three since he released a 12" single. Exhilarator, his fifth full-length, is certainly well over-due. Predictably, it is also rather good. As usual, it offers a superb balance of dark and intoxicating electro, tuneful intelligent techno, bubbly IDM, glitchy post-ambient soundscapes, deep and bass-heavy techno shufflers and clanking, off kilter experimentation from the Autechre school of electronica. It's atmospheric, impeccably produced and stuffed full of highlights. In other words, it's another great Claro Intelecto album.
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  1. Claro Intelecto - "Dependant"
  2. Derrick Thompson - "Poly Moly"
  3. Jerry The Cat - "Word Usage"
Intérprete: Max Durante, Exercise One
out of stock $7.41
Cat: 100DSR/VAR 1. Rel: 04 Jul 13
Techno
  1. Claro Intelecto - "Fighting The Blind Man"
  2. Gerry Read - "Granny Bag"
  3. Unbroken Dub - "Spacing"
Review: Claro Intelecto, Gerry Read and Unbroken Dub feature on the first 12" in a series of five from Dutch label Delsin primed to celebrate reaching 100 releases. Founded back in 1996, Delsin have undoubtedly slipped past this number if you factor in all the reissues, one off releases and their rejuvenated Ann Aimee sub label, but everyone loves a special edition release so lets not nit pick. You can expect material from Sawlin, Conforce, Redshape, Mike Dehnert, Delta and Newworldaquarium on subsequent 100DSR/VAR drops and the series is inaugurated in fine style here. "Fighting The Blind Man" is classic scatterbrained Claro Intelecto, whilst "Granny Bag" demonstrates that Read's wild side has not been tamed by his swift rise in popularity over the past year or so. Siberian producer Unbroken Dub manages to sound both calming and slightly foreboding on the excellent final cut "Spacing".
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out of stock $8.74
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