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Various Artists Vol 2
Cat: THC 002. Rel: 17 Dec 21
Minimal/Tech House
Acidulant - "Feel No Disgrace" (6:49)
Jon Lee - "Darkness Calling" (5:56)
Jay Tripwire - "Kneel To Zod" (7:59)
Space Ace - "Acid Odyssey" (7:19)
Praus - "Luigi's Illusion" (5:46)
 in stock $13.01
Hidden Treasures From The Past
Cat: BVR 027. Rel: 29 Jun 23
Minimal/Tech House
Big Al - "If Only" (Silverlining dub) (7:34)
Fred Everything & Jay Tripwire - "Sometimes I Feel" (7:46)
Grant Dell - "Being There" (8:30)
Inland Knights - "Hands Up" (6:01)
Review: The Blind Vision label celebrates five years in the age with a nice look back at some of its Hidden Treasures From The Past. Big Al gets underway with an immediatly catchy and dubbed out, stripped back and cool-as-you-like groove in 'If Only' (Silverlining dub). Fred Everything & Jay Tripwire then link to sublet effect on the US garage groove that is 'Sometimes I Feel' with its liquid dub chords and steamy trumpet motifs, and Grant Dell goes for a deep cosmic workout on 'Being There.' Last of all is the chunky house funk of Inland Knights's 'Hands Up', a real dance floor heater with atmospheric vocal musings.
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 in stock $16.46
Split EP
Split EP (12")
Cat: REPEAT 19. Rel: 08 Sep 23
Minimal/Tech House
John Howard & DJ Czech - "Shiva Needs Some Lovin'" (Damien Salza & John Howard remix) (6:44)
Jay Tripwire - "Boom Boom" (8:33)
Review: It's hard not to be a fan of Jay Tripwire if you like tech house. The man turns out a consistently excellent line in spaced out sounds that are masterful reduced to only their most core components. Here he steps up to work with John Howard on a pair of superb new tracks for Repeat. The opener, 'Shiva Needs Some Lovin,' is a mix of stiff drum work and coarse snares with more loose and fluid synths. The duality makes for an enticing groove that takes you off amongst the stars. 'Boom Boom' then gets more down the business with hefty, raw drums landing heavy under reverberating leads as drunken bass falls about the mix.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $17.79
The Omen EP
Cat: DTW 005. Rel: 04 Apr 24
Minimal/Tech House
Jaybee Loves Old Shit (6:34)
For Nathan (6:47)
The Omen (8:08)
The Omen (Alex Arnout remix) (8:04)
Review: The latest Discotech release finds tech house stalwart Jay Tripwire stepping up for a batch of potent party starters. 'Jaybee Loves Old Shit' is precision-tooled workout for those who need a driving beat track laden with bouncy congas and a throbbing bassline. 'For Nathan' lets a little more synth work into the mix with some distant, dubby chords and analogue bleeps, but they're managed carefully. 'The Omen' is where things widen out more with cascading pads and strafing, low-end monosynth action creating a haunting, late-night mood which Alex Arnout jumps on to cast off into swirling, funked up after hours territory.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $14.85
Gone Insane
Cat: EIT 006. Rel: 16 Feb 24
Minimal/Tech House
Gone Insane (6:35)
Workhorse (7:22)
Still A Raver (8:21)
Review: We're big fans of Canadian artist Jay Tripwire's leftfield take on tech and here he is back with more of it on Jamie Clarke's Either imprint. Tripwire brings his murky atmospheric style to the forefront on the title track which soon locks you in, then 'Workhorse' delves into haunting minimal realms with lush synth textures and glitchy bass, while 'Still A Raver' ups the energy with bigger synths and more driving drums. It's a track with killer subs and an ever-evolving sense of fluid rhythm that will have you shaking every limb in your body.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
 in stock $15.91
My Life With The Machines Vol 4
Cat: REPEAT 11. Rel: 29 Dec 23
Minimal/Tech House
Mothersole & Haris - "Dumbek" (Jay Tripwire remix) (7:05)
What Kind Of Voodoo Do You Do? (8:10)
Smoothin' It Out (6:36)
Smooth Swimmers (Swag Unreleased) (8:05)
Caught With My Pants Down (7:07)
Dracul (7:05)
Geometry (5:12)
Review: Jay Tripwire's My Life With The Machines compilation series is doing a terrific job of showcasing some of the umpteen early noughties gems buried in his catalogue and archive of unreleased jams. This is volume four (the first three instalments dropped in 2022) and features seven more slabs of intergalactic, wide-eyed, dub-fired tech-house treats. He begins with a sumptuously spacey and loved-up rework of Mothersole & Haris's 'Dumbek', before adding echoing sax sounds and dubbed-out organ lines to a heady early morning groove on 'What Kind of Voodoo Do You Do?', an alternate take on one of his most admired tribal-tinged tracks from 2002. Other highlights include the ultra-deep after-party excellence of 'Smoothin' It Out', the heads-down excellence of 'Smooth Swimmers (Swag Unreleased)' and the warming shuffle of 'Geometry'.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
 in stock $31.06
The Real Life of John Merrick
Cat: VRLTD 003. Rel: 01 Nov 23
Minimal/Tech House
The Real Life Of John Merrick (12:46)
Pleiadian Wavelength (7:54)
The Real Life Of John Merrick (Herck remix) (8:16)
Review: Minimal stalwart Jay Tripwire has been as prolific as ever this year, serving up the Narcotic Oscillator EP for The Other Side and collaborating with Cristi Cons on Witching Hour. Now it's time for the Canadian veteran to serve up some boss level beats to emergent label VRNT, holding true to the rhythmic demands of the stripped-down tech house scene while finding plenty of space for expression and innovation in the sound design. 'The Real Life Of John Merrick' is a masterfully sculpted workout, while 'Pleiadian Wavelength' unfurls exquisite melodic and textural synth forms around an understated groove. Herck completes the package with a crunchy, bugged-out version of the lead track which harks back to the crooked computer funk synonymous with Canadian minimal in the mid 00s.
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Tags: Minimal
 in stock $16.73
My Life With The Machines Vol 3
My Life With The Machines Vol 3 (hand-stamped double 12")
Cat: REPEAT 10. Rel: 23 Nov 22
Minimal/Tech House
Yabby You - "King Pharoah's Plague" (Jay Tripwire remix) (8:47)
Marky Starr - "Disco Freak" (Jay Acid Rerub) (7:43)
Nervous (7:20)
In Your Mind (7:35)
The Midget Who Loves Dolphines (6:05)
Dope Groove (6:14)
Absorb (unreleased mix) (6:51)
Review: During the early 2000s, Jay Tripwire was responsible for a string of killer records that blurred the boundaries between tech-house, dub-house, deep house, acid and more tribal-tinged flavours. The ongoing 'My Life With The Machines' series taps into this golden period from the Canadian producer, offering a mix of sought-after classics, rarities and unreleased jams from the archives. Highlights are naturally plentiful, with our picks including his deeply sub-heavy, Dubtribe influenced rework of Yabby You dub classic 'King Pharoah's Plague', a tough, TB-303 laden stomp through Marky Starr's 'Disco Freak', the dense-but-rolling deep house funk of 'In Your Mind', and the '4AM at a Californian free party' flex of the accurately titled 'Dope Groove'.
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Never Conform
Cat: WH 004. Rel: 25 May 23
Minimal/Tech House
Boundaries (8:18)
Phantom Zone (Steve O Sullivan remix) (7:12)
Phantom Zone (6:55)
Review: Jay Tripwire and Christi Cons is a mouthwatering partnership for minimal fans. Both have mastered their own distinctive take on stripped-back tech sounds and here they pool their skills for two new cuts on the fledgling Witching Hour label. 'Boundaries' is a perfect cosmic excursion, with gurgling bass and twinkling synths building a vibe that eventually takes flight on a floaty groove. 'Phantom Zone' is a more tripped-out cut with plugging bass, ambient pads spiraling round the groove and molten acid. The stylish dub techno remix from Steve O'Sullivan closes out a top-draw EP.
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 in stock $15.14
Rhythm Method Vol 4
Rhythm Method Vol 4 (heavyweight vinyl 12" limited to 500 copies)
Cat: MOSAIC LTDX4. Rel: 07 Feb 22
Minimal/Tech House
Jay Tripwire - "Mung Bean Medley" (8:06)
Hidden Sequence - "Synchro" (7:23)
Fletcher - "Makka" (6:16)
Review: Steve O'Sullivan invites a trio of artists to lay down some serious head nodding beats for 'Rhythm Method Vol.4'. Calling on one of Canada's trusted talents and solid purveyors of deep grooves Jay Tripwire leads the charge with 'Mung Bean Medley'. There's simply no messing: pushing through a taught rhythmic workout, incessant toms and metallic tones etch deep into the mood - awash with dubbed out atmospherics and crafty touches that more than a give a nod to the dark house dubs of yesteryear. On the flip, 'Hidden Sequence' inject their creative flex, demonstrating the all important art of minimalist bounce with 'Synchro'. The kind of fully swung beats and tripped out twinges that brighten the groove more often than not when 7am comes calling. The svelte bustle and soothing tones of 'Makka' from Fletcher by contrast, soothe the mind and leaves plenty of room to kick back as weary limbs take their toll: a fine tonic indeed.

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Tags: Minimal
 in stock $9.29
Jay Tripwire Jehr Cyberduck For Samaritans
Cat: SER 005. Rel: 25 Sep 23
Minimal/Tech House
Jay Tripwire & Jehr - "Magic Man" (12:14)
Cyberduck - "Arzach" (4:29)
Cyberduck - "Cerclon" (4:59)
Review: Jay Tripwire has popped up a lot recently, which is always going to be good news for fans of those freaky late-night tech sounds that he is so well known and loved for. He kicks off Serenity's fifth release here alongside Jehr on 'Magic Man', a deep cut underlapping drum funk and lots of whirring machine sounds. Parisian space techno talent Cyberduck then takes care of both tunes on the flip - firstly 'Arzach', a deep and dynamic cut that hurriedly scans a vast cosmic world with silvery drums and lush melodies. Then 'Cerclon' gets a little more edgy, with dark and nagging baselines moving up through the mix as the crisp, well-swung tech drums power along.
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 in stock $13.01
MOONLIGHT 001 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MOONLIGHT 001. Rel: 28 Mar 22
Minimal/Tech House
Jay Tripwire - "Esssit Musiue" (13:18)
Magnus Asberg Vs Sound Of The Suburbs - "Sunset" (6:57)
Microman - "Inga Aviseringar" (7:44)
Review: It's time to get to know Club Magnus, a new label that launches with Moonlight 001, a various artist collection that brings together some fresh contemporary talents across three forward thinking cuts. Jay Tripwire opens up with his scintillating tech house sounds embellished with all the usual acid and after party freakiness. Magnus Asberg then keeps you on your toes with his nimble drum work and the cyborg electro funk of 'Sunset' (vs Sound Of The Suburbs) while Microman closes with the more dark, involving and intense techno convulsions of 'Inga Aviseringar'.
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Tags: Minimal | Acid House
 in stock $12.73
NRV 001
NRV 001 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NRV 001. Rel: 10 May 24
Minimal/Tech House
Jay Tripwire - "Box Of Daggers" (8:51)
Vid - "Behind You" (6:44)
Dragomir - "Hinged In Reality" (7:27)
Review: The legendary Nervous Records outta New York kicks off a new vinyl series here with none other than tech house master Jay Tripwire at the helm alongside minimalist Vid and Dragomir. The Canadian opens up with the balmy cosmic tech of 'Box of Daggers' which his an empty, eerie late night roller with subtle percussion that keeps you locked. Vid's 'Behind You' is more packed with detail, freaky paranoid voices and darker bass and Dragomir sets down with the most twisted of the lot - a melange of warped lines and unsettling synths around a percussive tech house beat on 'Hinged In Reality.'
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Tags: Minimal
 in stock $14.60
Greasy Grooves
Cat: AFHR 006. Rel: 12 Mar 24
Minimal/Tech House
Cut001 (8:22)
Cut002 (7:08)
Cut003 (7:36)
Review: A genuine meeting of minds here, as rising star (and Real Gang Records founder) Danny Miller joins forces with long-serving deep, dubby and techy house maestro Jay Tripwire. What's on offer is undeniably alluring: a three-track salvo built around deep, hypnotic, sub-heavy grooves and wonderfully wayward and wonky electronics. The trippy and mind-altering nature of the duo's combined sound is best exemplified by A-side 'Cut001', where lo-fi bleeps, echoing analogue electronics and ghostly chords wrap around crunchy machine drums and deep sub-bass. They opt for an even more sparse, druggy and dubbed-out tech-house sound on 'Cut002', before joining the dots between bleep, Paul Woolford's 'Erotic Discourse' and Tripwire's dub-fired house sounds on 'Cut003'.
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Tags: Minimal
 in stock $16.98
OBL 002V
OBL 002V (12")
Cat: OBL 002V. Rel: 14 Sep 23
Deep House
Tommy Vicari - "Mr Herp" (5:59)
Flaze - "Nevermind" (7:03)
Carlo Di Roma - "I Found You" (6:12)
Jay Tripwire & Jehr - "Dion Husk" (7:56)
 in stock $15.66
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