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Graffi Gravi
  1. Yoshinori Hayashi - "Dissociative" (8:25)
  2. Telephones - "Kalimbalimbo" (6:12)
  3. DB.Source & Riccardo Schiro - "Montevago" (3:02)
  4. Dynamo Dreesen - "Reactivate" (7:59)
  5. Oyvind Morken & Kaman Leung - "Tunnel Visjon" (5:31)
  6. Acidboychair - "The End (At Any Speed)" (4:48)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Gravity Graffiti has been doing great things with its series of split 12"s already, but now the Italian label goes one better for its tenth release with this mighty double pack of heavy hitters. First up is the ever-untouchable Yoshinori Hayashi, who gets as straight up as he possibly could with the freaky house burner "Dissociative." Telephones is feeling particularly dubbed out and groovy on "Kalimbalimbo", while DB.Source and Riccardo Schiro take things strung out and textural on "Montevago". Dynamo Dreesen is in rave mode for the pepped up and delightfully weird "Reactivate", leaving the final side to Oyvind Morken & Kaman Leung's chugging "Tunnel Visjon" and the rubbery side swipes of Acidboychair's "The End (At Any Speed)".
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Point Breaks/Beach Breaks 2
Cat: EC 06. Rel: 17 Nov 21
Deep House
  1. Another Time (extended club mix) (8:14)
  2. Playa De Cochlea (Teleport) (3:50)
  3. Refshers (Doogie Street dub) (5:05)
  4. Dew Drops (Morning Dip Trip) (1:47)
  5. Phase Alternate Life (Steppin' dub) (6:47)
Review: Norwegian nu-disco dude Telephones is back with some seriously lo-slung swag on Point Breaks/Beach Breaks 2, on his very own European Carryall label. Kicking off the A side is the Daft party down vibes of 'Another Time' (extended club mix) followed by the spaced-out ambient journey 'Playa De Cochlea (Teleport). Over on the flip, there's more dusty, sample-heavy jam such as the new jack swing of 'Refshers' (Doogie Street dub) and the classic '90s influenced Stateside house of 'Phase Alternate Life' (Steppin' dub).
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Tempo Tiempo Trax 1
Cat: EC 05. Rel: 12 Apr 21
  1. Blue-Tek (Raw mix) (7:48)
  2. Blue-Tek (Dream reprise) (2:34)
  3. FV555 (Arkanoid Dusk mix) (6:33)
  4. FV555 (Suenotechno reprise) (2:43)
Review: European Carryall hits release number five with more superbly stylish techno. This time out they get a call from boss man Mr Telephones, who markedly ups the pace compared to his usual antics across a couple of fierce new weapons. 'Blue-Tek' (Raw Mix) opens up and despite the name is a mega slick and smooth, high speed fusion of Detroit and Balearic styles into something utterly breezy and compelling. The Dream Reprise is a little more airy and then 'FV555' (Arkanoid Dusk mix) gets more deep and heady on the flip. A Suenotechno reprise then heads off into the cosmos for late night dreaming.
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Needs 007
Needs 007 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NNFP 007. Rel: 11 May 20
Deep House
  1. Telephones - "Groundshaker/Lightbreaker" (Pulse mix) (7:46)
  2. Ciel - "Faye Wong Plays The Strings" (6:19)
  3. Al Wootton - "Raphael" (5:44)
  4. Eliphino - "It's Hard To Say" (5:52)
Review: Charitable acts carry more significance than ever right now, and Needs are on hand with another instalment in their brilliantly curated series to give something to those in need while also presenting some wonderful, exclusive music. This one leads in with a truly uplifting blast of sunshine from Telephones before dropping into the edgy, swinging tech-funk of Ciel's "Faye Wong Plays The Strings". Al Wootton is on point with another of his fresh and dynamic twists on the soundsystem blueprint, with a dubby, percussive vibe that should appeal to those who miss proper dubstep. Eliphino completes the set with a squashed and feverish garage thumper that sounds like it has an iconic vocalist chopped up somewhere in the signal chain.

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