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Two Hours Or Something
Two Hours Or Something (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: S 51. Rel: 23 May 24
Minimum Space (5:08)
Sounds Good To Me (10:53)
Spirit (11:09)
The Dog's Name (4:21)
Ratterdam (6:36)
Coffee Nerd (6:35)
System Down (7:16)
Two Hours Or Something (9:52)
Review: Techno talents don't come much more proven than Speedy J and Surgeon. Both are veterans of the game but artists who have remained at the sharp end and their Multiples collaborative project is in part responsible for that. Now it births a full-length album of tweaked experiments that take techno into new realms. The whole thing was recorded in just two days at J's STOOR lab in Rotterdam on an array of hardware machines. Each tune is a raw, one-take affair which means they are perfectly imperfect and feel utterly alive. Techno and elector collide with beatless moments, pummelling low ends and plenty of club heft.
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 in stock $33.26
Scoundrel (12")
Cat: MD 26. Rel: 02 Mar 23
Scoundrel (4:53)
Gangster In Disguise (5:52)
Lemurian Blues (5:46)
Review: If the name of the label (Mental Disorder) wasn't indication enough, then we'll fill you in: this collaboration between Reeko and Surgeon is the absolute bees knees, at least when it comes to music that maddens. Like a sort of fucked-up marriage of Techno Animal and Terry Riley, the tracks on this short three-tracker by the stirling pair excel at conveying both suspense and minimalism. 'Scoundrel' swerves at a higher tempo, carefully note-adding a crossrhythmic bassline that sounds like a metallic dog chewing on cud. 'Lemurian Blues', meanwhile, echoically places a kick on every eighth note, eschewing the conventions of 4x4 techno for a space-ambient nightdrive. For those liking their dance music a little bit weirder, this is it.
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 in stock $14.26
Force & Form (remastered)
Force & Form (remastered) (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: TRESOR 117. Rel: 30 Jan 23
Remnants Of What Once Was: The Hollow Men/Ice (9:50)
Black Jackal Throwbacks (11:48)
Returning To The Purity Of Current (8:23)
At The Heart Of It All (10:44)
Review: The reissue of Surgeon's classic 1999 album Force & Form brings back the unique sound of the Birmingham techno maestro. With every track from Electric Chicken, Movement, to Prowler hearing a thorough remastering job from the one and only Matt Colton, this album is renowned as one of the true inception points of the Birmingham sound: cold metallics, industrial noise, intense rhythms and unrelenting energy. Considered a turning point in the artist's wilfully scalpel-precise career, Force & Form established Surgeon as a true master of techno.
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 in stock $27.73
Crash Recoil
Crash Recoil (180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 351. Rel: 12 Apr 23
Oak Bank (6:34)
Second Magnitude Stars (6:35)
Metal Pig (6:51)
We Laugh & Clap At The Circus (5:36)
Leadership Contes (6:32)
Masks & Archetypes (6:16)
Subcultures (5:55)
Hope Not Hate (5:54)
Review: After a five year album-hiatus, the iconic UK artist is back with his highly-anticipated release, Crash Recoil, which has found its home on the equally iconic Tresor. Drawn from the spontaneous experimentation of Surgeon's live sets, Crash Recoil spans eight MIDI-sequenced, hardware-reconfigured tracks, inflected with the artist's signature penchant for raw and rugged sound. The first track, 'Oak Bank', builds up to a throbbing core - a cacophony of driving percussion and side-stepping melodic layers that shift expertly in and out of focus. 'Second Magnitude Stars' moves with a tidal rhythm, like waves retreating backwards across shingle before crashing forwards once again with force. 'We Laugh & Clap At The Circus' is, texturally speaking, a touch lighter and more spacious, yet still replete with a sense of spiralling chaos. 'Leadership Contes' feels closer to ground-level - earthy yet eerie atmospheres meld with drums that seem located in the subterranean. A masterful album from the techno key-player - well worth the five year wait.
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 in stock $25.88
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