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The City 2 City EP
The City 2 City EP (translucent purple vinyl 12")
Cat: PEM 08. Rel: 14 May 24
 
Techno
Jerome Hill - "Stealth Imp" (4:56)
Fear-E - "Principles" (6:12)
Fear-E - "7.4 On The Richter" (5:19)
Jerome Hill - "The Shoffler" (4:32)
Review: Fear E and Jerome Hill really go for the jugular here. Not only are these techno cuts hard and heavy, but they're defined by raw, sizzling textures that rip into your ear drums. Acid and freaky house menace are also drawn up on here with Jerome Hill's opener 'Stealth Imp' a mega rusty and caustic stomper, Fear-E's 'Principles' layering up sleazy synth scuzz and rickety, ramshackle drums, then his '0.4 On The Richter' burrows deep into your brain with squealing synths. Jerome Hill sloshes down with the wire synth modulations and jacked drums of 'The Shoffler.'
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 in stock $22.28
Flow Mechanics (B-STOCK)
Cat: HYPELP 022 (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Jan 90
 
Techno
Intro (0:29)
Walk The Plank (7:41)
Don't Be Afraid (4:44)
The Doctor Will See You Now (5:39)
Chickens (1:02)
Deafening Lull (6:12)
Trainspotting (0:54)
Brought Up Badly (5:24)
Afterlife (3:55)
Knob Jitter (2:33)
Stax Had The Funk (5:06)
More Chicken (6:19)
I Don't (1:38)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***


The UK's Hypercolour is a label we always enjoy hearing from. They have long served up whatever music they like without ever pandering to trends. This time out it is Jerome Hill who turns on his machines and cooks up a load of twisted techno full of playful lines and inventive rhythms. This is not chin sttoker tackle, but it will likely win over those sorts of people thanks to the robustness of the designs and the impactfulness of the tunes. There are broken beats, industrial-tinged bangers and plenty in between. Cheers.
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 in stock $20.97
Crude Appraisal
Cat: SRTX 040. Rel: 21 Nov 23
 
Deep House
The Warning (5:14)
Harlesden Shuffle (extended 12" Disco mix) (8:15)
Combustion Zone (6:42)
House Thing (6:08)
Review: Jerome Hill is having a fine year - back in February he turned out his superb Flow Mechanics album on Hypercolour and now he is back on Super Rhythm Trax with a fire four-track electro and house outing. The opener 'The Warning' is a prickly one with acidic lines and raw, chattering claps making for a menacing vibe. 'Harlesden Shuffle' (extended 12" Disco mix) is then a wonky disco-tinged minimal cut with Wagon Repair-style synth leads and plenty of acid stabs. There is plenty of bite to the jacked-up B-side cut 'Combustion Zone' then 'House Thing' rounds out with early Chicago vibes, dusty drums and naughty basslines.
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Intérprete: DJ Mau Mau
Tags: Acid House
 in stock $15.39
Flow Mechanics
Flow Mechanics (limited 2xLP)
Cat: HYPELP 022. Rel: 27 Feb 23
 
Techno
Intro (0:29)
Walk The Plank (7:41)
Don't Be Afraid (4:44)
The Doctor Will See You Now (5:39)
Chickens (1:02)
Deafening Lull (6:12)
Trainspotting (0:54)
Brought Up Badly (5:24)
Afterlife (3:55)
Knob Jitter (2:33)
Stax Had The Funk (5:06)
More Chicken (6:19)
I Don't (1:38)
Review: The UK's Hypercolour is a label we always enjoy hearing from. They have long served up whatever music they like without ever pandering to trends. This time out it is Jerome Hill who turns on his machines and cooks up a load of twisted techno full of playful lines and inventive rhythms. This is not chin sttoker tackle, but it will likely win over those sorts of people thanks to the robustness of the designs and the impactfulness of the tunes. There are broken beats, industrial-tinged bangers and plenty in between. Cheers.
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 in stock $24.16
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