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You Find The Key
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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Right Moment
Right Moment (3xLP)
Cat: PERLON 124LP. Rel: 04 Dec 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Right Moment (9:49)
  2. Live Like Music (9:44)
  3. Forever Friends (10:10)
  4. Breakthrough (9:21)
  5. I Want To Be A Human Being (6:14)
  6. Welcome To Chaos (8:40)
  7. The Reason Is Always Different (7:36)
  8. Birth Of The Respect Club (9:31)
Review: Three years on from his last full-length outing on Perlon, Japanese techno maverick Fumiya Tanaka returns to the admirable Japanese imprint with an eccentric set bristling with off-kilter dancefloor treats. His particular take on minimal techno is far more rubbery, synthesizer-rich and funky than many of his peers, a trait that makes his glitchy but elastic club cuts stand out from the crowd. Highlights across the three slabs of wax include the bleeping, dub-wise peak-time weirdness of the title track, the sub-heavy jazz/minimal techno fusion of "Breakthrough", the Villalobos-gone-wild flex of "I Want To Be A Human Being" and the squelchy, loose-limbed goodness of "Birth Of The Respect Club".
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Intérprete: Tripeo, Sam Bangura
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We Would Like To Do Song For The Step EP
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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Right Moment
Cat: PERLON 124CD. Rel: 03 Dec 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Right Moment
  2. Live Like Music
  3. Forever Friends
  4. Breakthrough
  5. I Want To Be A Human Being
  6. Welcome To Chaos
  7. The Reason Is Always Different
  8. Birth Of The Respect Club
Review: Three years on from his last full-length outing on Perlon, Japanese techno maverick Fumiya Tanaka returns to the admirable Japanese imprint with an eccentric set bristling with off-kilter dancefloor treats. His particular take on minimal techno is far more rubbery, synthesizer-rich and funky than many of his peers, a trait that makes his glitchy but elastic club cuts stand out from the crowd. Highlights across the three slabs of wax include the bleeping, dub-wise peak-time weirdness of the title track, the sub-heavy jazz/minimal techno fusion of "Breakthrough", the Villalobos-gone-wild flex of "I Want To Be A Human Being" and the squelchy, loose-limbed goodness of "Birth Of The Respect Club".
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Dance Tonight/If So Remember EP
Cat: SND 013. Rel: 30 Sep 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Dance Tonight (dub) (8:02)
  2. Dance Tonight (6:16)
  3. If So Remember (7:45)
  4. If So Remember (dub) (7:51)
Review: Since 1995, Fumiya Tanaka has been Japan's foremost producer of minimal techno and tech-house. In that time, he's built up a vast discography and continues to offer-up regular doses of crunchy, mind-altering goodness. He's predictably in fine form again on this Sundance double-header. The A-side boasts two versions of 'Dance Tonight': the organ-rich, gently warming tech-house snappiness of the original mix (A2), and an acid-fired 'Dub' that drags the track further towards late-night, heads-down territory. He repeats the trick on side B, pairing the rubbery, minor-key heavy tech-house shuffle of 'If So Remember' with a loose limbed and bass-heavy dub, rich in alien sounding chords, cascading melodies and drifting vocal snippets.
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