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Cat: QUINTESSE 20.1. Rel: 02 Mar 11
Deep House
  1. Lukatron - "Aspect Ratio"
  2. Radiq - "Luv N Pain"
  3. Cottam - "Work It"
  4. Deymare - "So Real"
Review: Quintessentials return to their infrequent Deep Raw & Real series of global house with a typically stellar line up. Musical Freak Luke Solomon revisits his Lukatron pseudonym for some simple, no nonsense jacking business on "Aspect Ratio", little more than multiple layers of percussion and toasty bass patterns from which a spectral machine funk melody steadily emanates. Philpot type Radiq follows with the crisp future funk of "Lovin Pain" which finds its feet as soon as those hi-hats lock into groove with the heavy synth flourishes. On the flip Cottam gives us a taste of what to expect on his forthcoming Aus release with the liquid bump of "Work It" which finds the space to work in a cheeky R&B sample to great effect. Rising Finnish producer Deymare switches down the mood on "So Real", a saunter through slick bottom heavy beatdownisms which only serves to highlight the different shades of house music that characterise this impressive release.

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Cat: ROBSOULLTD 031. Rel: 18 Aug 11
Deep House
  1. Monoman - "High Life"
  2. Jose Zaragoza - "What You Say"
  3. RADIQ - "King Is Back!"
  4. Riki Inocente - "The Soultrain"
Review: Phil Week has been compiling and releasing samplers on Robsoul Limited since 2006 and this time it's the turn of Monoman, Jose Zaragoza, Radiq and Riki Inocente to throw their individual sounds over two sides of wax. Monoman takes to the stage first with "High Life"; funky, fun and riding of a catchy piano riff, it's the light hearted, feel-good pick of the bunch. Jose Zaragoza is up next, his "What You Say" packing an equal punch to Monoman, with choppy summer vocals and builds and breaks galore. Flipping over and Radiq's "King Is Back" samples some serious old school funk and jazz with crooning brass, spat vocals and an irresistible chord sequence. Finally, the title of Riki Inocente's track speaks for itself; "Soultrain" is most definitely all that, if not a bit more!
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Intérprete: DJ 3000
out of stock $9.53
Vida Noir (double 12")
Cat: OPDISC 032. Rel: 08 Oct 13
Minimal/Tech House
  1. A Long Hot Summer Break
  2. A-Dieu
  3. Calling
  4. Machine Code Modified
  5. Vida Noir
  6. Rondo
out of stock $18.28
Cat: RISQUEE 24. Rel: 14 Sep 11
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Gun Street Shuffle
  2. Pharaohe
  3. Stolen Moments
Intérprete: The Clover
out of stock $8.47
Cat: COSMO 008. Rel: 17 Jun 13
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Eastern Hemisphere
  2. Romeo
  3. Waiting For My Man (feat Khansa Batma)
  4. Eastern Hemisphere (Thomas Melchior Ethno dub remix)
out of stock $9.80
Cashmir (12")
Cat: COSMO 009. Rel: 17 Jun 13
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Cashmir
  2. Brown Chase
  3. Bonez (feat Khansa Batma)
  4. Cashmir (Margaret Dygas Sweater remix)
Intérprete: Konnekt [De:tuned]
out of stock $9.80
Cat: OPDISC 025. Rel: 18 Mar 11
Deep House
  1. Escape From The Bullet
  2. Raw Machine
  3. Deep Medicine
  4. The Revolution Comes
out of stock $8.47
Quadrille (12")
Cat: LOG 048. Rel: 14 Jul 05
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Quadrille
  2. Buzz
  3. Numb
  4. Isotope 3
out of stock $6.89
Mo' Roots (12")
Cat: PHP 043. Rel: 17 Feb 10
Deep House
  1. Mo' Roots
  2. Ride On!
  3. Mo' Roots (SoulPhiction remix)
out of stock $10.55
Cat: OPDISC 023. Rel: 15 Jun 10
Minimal/Tech House
  1. A Man On The Corner
  2. East Avenue Exit
  3. Loco
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Suicide (12")
Cat: LOG 058. Rel: 16 Jan 07
Techno
  1. Suicide
  2. A Balled For The Atomic Age
Review: More deep, funky and warm minimal-tech gear from Radiq. The title track "Suicide" fuses deep techno with minimal house and is full of warmth, south American percussion and some deep jazz piano coupled with moody meandering melodies. Very Carl Craig (who happens to be playing this one!). On the flip "A Ballad For The Atomic Age" features a slick slap bass, sultry vocals and warm sensual melodies reminiscent of St Germain.
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Rip, Rig & Paniq (12" promo)
Cat: .. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Techno
  1. Rip, Rig & Paniq
  2. Inner Space
  3. Genetic Code
  4. Paradox 9
out of stock $7.41
Cat: LOG 052LP. Rel: 14 Feb 06
Techno
  1. Riot (feat Black Crom)
  2. Cosmic Swing
  3. Rip, Rig & Paniq
  4. Voodoo
  5. The Ruler
  6. Rocker's Rebel (feat Paul St Hilaire)
  7. The Genetic Code
  8. Sage (feat Black Crom)
  9. Tomorrow's Quest (part 1)
  10. Tomorrow's Quest (part 2)
  11. Tomorrow's Quest (part 3 - feat Black Crom)
  12. The Grass Roots (feat Paul St Hilaire)
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Cat: LOG 052CD. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Techno
  1. Riot (feat Black Crom)
  2. Cosmic Swing
  3. Rip, Rig & Paniq
  4. Voodoo
  5. The Ruler
  6. Rocker's Rebel (feat Paul St Hilaire)
  7. The Genetic Code
  8. Sage (feat Black Crom)
  9. Tomorrow's Quest (part 1)
  10. Tomorrow's Quest (part 2)
  11. Tomorrow's Quest (part 3 - feat Black Crom)
  12. The Grass Roots (feat Paul St Hilaire)
out of stock $12.98
Cat: OPDISC 033. Rel: 12 Jan 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Vida Noir (Fumiya Tanaka remix)
  2. Rondo (Akiko Kiyama remix)
  3. Calling (AOKI Takamasa remix)
Review: The Vida Noir double pack issued through op.disc in 2013 was perhaps the finest example of Yoshihiro Hanno's work as Radiq to date, and as such is a perfect candidate for remix treatment from the label. Naturally, op.disc keep matters in house with three of Hanno's label mates contributing to this high quality 12". Fumiya Tanaka is up first with a deep reworking of "Vida Noir" that recasts the track as a minimal monster filled with all manner of intricate vocal detail under that slick rhythm. Akiko Kiyama is on equally good form with a remix of "Rondo" that features some delightfully abstract production work to the skipping beats, whilst Aoki Takamasa veers into micro house territory with an excellent revision of "Calling".
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Cat: LOG 051. Rel: 28 Feb 06
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Rip Rig & Paniq
  2. Inner Space
  3. The Genetic Code
  4. Paradox No 9
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South Ghetto Drive (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: STON 03. Rel: 01 Dec 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. South Ghetto Drive (I) (7:19)
  2. South Ghetto Drive (Bruno Pronsato remix) (7:24)
  3. South Ghetto Drive (II) (10:11)
  4. South Ghetto Drive (III) (5:51)
Review: Fumiya Tanaka and Yoshihiro Hanno are back everyone; look out! The Japanese techno producers and staples of the Tokyo techno scene have had an enormous output throughout the last 20 years combined and this is their fourth collaborative release since 2005 on op.disc. On the A side "South Ghetto Drive (I)" features a galloping groove that's as dry as a bone and accompanied by a persisting overdriven guitar riff. The accompanying remix by Bruno Pronsato however is smooth, rolling, 9AM minimal house from a true legend of the genre. You can see from moments like these how influential he has been on the new generation of producers and he's still got it. On the flip is the 10 minute long epic that is "South Ghetto Drive (II)" a dusty deep house flavoured number more indebted to the Three Chairs sound and "South Ghetto Drive (III)" a dragging and smacked out 110 BPM slow burner that's strictly for the afterhours.
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Daviselim (12")
Cat: UNDF 004. Rel: 26 Aug 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Daviselim (9:15)
  2. Criminal Dub (short edit) (8:18)
  3. Daviselim (Titonton Duvante flip) (6:15)
out of stock $10.59
Rhapsody (double 12")
Cat: PNR 006. Rel: 22 Dec 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Rhapsody (12:34)
  2. Circulatory Breathes (9:18)
  3. Nocture (13:39)
  4. Sad Strings (9:27)
out of stock $18.81
Cat: COSMO 0809RP. Rel: 05 Dec 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Eastern Hemisphere (Thomas Melchior Ethno dub remix) (9:33)
  2. Cashmir (Margaret Dygas Sweater remix) (7:31)
out of stock $9.01
Cat: CQCD-010. Rel: 28 Jul 07
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Ballad - Prelude
  2. Quadrille (feat Damiana Terry)
  3. Suicide
  4. Buzz (feat Black Crom)
  5. Futurisma
  6. A Ballad For The Atomic Age (feat Damiana Terry and Black Crom)
  7. Isotope 3/2
  8. Numb
  9. Inner Space Dub
  10. Assemblage
  11. Isotope - Reprise
  12. Rudie's Gun
  13. Ballad - Coda
out of stock $24.37
People (CD)
Cat: CQCD 015. Rel: 22 Jun 09
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. People Overture
  2. 1968 I
  3. 1968 II
  4. Movements (live)
  5. Life On The Ghetto street
  6. Coffee House Jam
  7. Muddy Water
  8. People Theme
  9. Sad Yesterday Bluse
  10. Liberalismo
  11. Paris 4:00
  12. By Any Means Necessary
  13. 45 murder
  14. Electric Lady (For Jimi)
  15. Ghetto Herb
  16. People Finale
out of stock $36.02
Used World (12")
Cat: AOA 003. Rel: 09 Mar 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Used World (7:31)
  2. Sugar Roads (4:46)
  3. Raza (10:06)
out of stock $11.39
Cat: LOGISTIC 056. Rel: 06 Jun 06
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Grass Roots (Radiq's Babylon dub mix)
  2. The Grass Roots (Akufen remix)
  3. The Grass Roots (Dimbiman Dimbitronic mix)
Review: The Grass Roots EP is the only 12" from Radiq latest album "Tomorrow's Quest" released early 2006. The single "The Grass Roots" is originally written & produced by Radiq (aka Yoshihiro Hanno) and Dominican legend Paul St. Hilaire, this EP includes 3 reinterpretations of the track by Akufen (Musique Risquée, Canada), Dimbiman (Perlon, Germany) and Radiq himself. Radiq's Babylon dub mix uses house and groovy hypnotic dub. Akufen's funk sight favours the acoustic side, a super high class production remix made up in a seventies atmosphere. The B-side is dedicated to Thomas Franzman aka Zip or Dimbiman, master of the great Perlon label. His remix adds to a minimal and tricky rhythm with a very good application of Paul St. Hilaire's voice. Tip!
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Vinyl I (12")
Cat: COSMO 010.1. Rel: 22 May 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. San Proper - "Bluedeceptivecember" (5:46)
  2. Radiq - "Tell Me Why" (8:13)
  3. Pier Bucci - "Saad El Bouaamri" (feat Washington Miranda & Saad El Bouaamri) (12:24)
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D6 (12")
Cat: SND 004. Rel: 27 Nov 12
Minimal/Tech House
  1. D6
  2. D7
  3. Loc
Review: Fumiya Tanaka sneaks in a final EP for 2012 on his own Sundance imprint with the D6 missive featuring Radiq. "D6" skips along with the assistance of repetitive bass pulses, inconsistent clicks and claks and an oddball assortment of other bleep and blips. "D7" strips things back further, showcasing more awkward tones and underwater gurgles. The barely decipherable vocal in "Loc" replaces any synth action, as fuzzy electronics and crunched hi-hats belie penchant for simplistic perfection.
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out of stock $8.21
SND005 EP (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: SND 005. Rel: 16 Mar 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Flying One Hand (dub) (11:57)
  2. My Dear (7:45)
  3. Exchange (6:21)
Intérprete: Alex Font, Lamache
out of stock $9.53
Fighting (12")
Cat: OPDISC 005. Rel: 05 Jul 06
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Fumiya Tanaka - "Fighting"
  2. Fumiya Tanaka & RADIQ - "A Nude Contract"
  3. RADIQ aka Yoshihiro Hanno - "Sandinista"
  4. RADIQ & Fumiya Tanaka - "The Flag"
Review: "Fighting" (composed by Fumiya Tanaka) is a minimal track which has a tight and strong rhythm with layers of number of rough and noisy sound objects. The snatches of phrases are well placed and keep emerging and submerging. "Sandinista" (composed by Radiq aka Yoshihiro Hanno) has a more organic groove as Radiq has his root in dub. A lively bassline and well-structured rhythm tracks are beautifully composed as a edgy minimal track. "A Nude Contract" and "The Flag" are very unique tracks "collaborated" between Fumiya and Yoshihiro. They swapped sound files and have succeeded to compound them into two outstanding quality minimal tracks with groove and cleverness. This unique EP will surely be acclaimed as a big surprise among the minimal scene in Europe. Tip!
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out of stock $6.35
Just Do It (12")
Cat: OPDISC 001. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Fumiya Tanaka - "Just Do It"
  2. Fumiya Tanaka & Radiq - "B-B"
  3. Radiq aka Yoshihiro Hanno - "Nova Express"
  4. Radiq & Fumiya Tanaka - "Trojan"
Review: This is a split single by the label's co-owners, Fumiya Tanaka and Radiq (aka Yoshihiro Hanno.) Fumiya Tanaka, well known as one of the best DJs in the world , did a edgy yet funky minimal track "Just Do It" while Radiq composed a very unique minimal track "Nova Express".
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