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Tuff Sherm

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Dark Acid (12")
Cat: CDR12 001. Rel: 08 Aug 13
  1. Dungeon Acid - "Nude Descending A Staircase"
  2. Ron Hardly - "Subway Antlers"
  3. Tom Hawk - "Black Rain" (Fast Throne mix)
  4. Tuff Sherm - "Idle Engines"
  5. Worker/Parasite - "Angkar Loeu"
Review: After a catalogue of experimental, industrial and band-related releases, the Clan Destine label moves into techno with Dark Acid. The first release is a five track mini-album opened by the cagey Chicagoan bass and Marcel Duchamp-referencing Detroitisms of Dungeon Acid's "Nude Descending A Staircase". Sharing the two-track A-side is the "Subway Antlers" by the unknown cheek of Ron Hardly, featuring some '90s house percussion and a melody that sounds distinctly like the Doctor Who theme. Torn Hawk introduces some charged gothic techno with his Fast Throne mix of "Black Rain", while Tuff Sherm opts for a minimal and slow ghetto house approach in "Idle Engines". Recent One Eyed Jacks remixer Worker/Parasite brings the mini-album its most lieral representation of 'dark acid' by drenching the 303 workout that is "Angkar Loeu" in heavy reverb.
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out of stock $9.45
Population Density (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: MID 003. Rel: 25 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Duplex - "Population Density"
  2. Tuff Sherm - "Drain Spectre (After Virgo)"
Review: For the third release on their Midlight label, the superbly named Rotterdam trio Gustav Goodstuff, Arie Ghetto and Dickie Rosewater have turned to two contrasting talents; hometown heroes Duplex and the fast-rising Tuff Sherm. The latter's "Drain Spectre (After Virgo)" is particularly enjoyable, delivering as it does a 10-minute foray into Latin-influenced analogue deep house (think vintage synths, loose drum machine percussion and hazy electronics). That said, deep house veterans Duplex also impress with "Population Density", whose warm chords, rubbery synthesizers and shuffling beats border are typically melodic whilst retaining a solid dancefloor sensibility.
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out of stock $9.18
Butter Sessions Vol 2 (limited 12" + insert)
Cat: BSR 002. Rel: 20 May 14
Deep House
  1. Sleep D - "The Magic Arpet Ride"
  2. Booshank - "Action Satisfaction"
  3. Tuff Sherm - "Acre Summit"
  4. Dan White - "Base 60"
Review: With founding fathers Sleep D at the helm, Melbourne operation Butter Sessions made an impressive first manoeuvre into the world of record label ownership with The Jackal EP issued last November. Sporting three cuts of raw, unprocessed sounds that wedged themselves in-between house and techno, Sleep D set the tone for what to expect from Butter Sessions and it's nice to see the label expand on this approach with their second release. Taking the form of a various artists split release, Butter Sessions Vol 2 looks and sounds great, with Sleep D themselves calling shotgun and laying down "The Magic Arpet Ride" whose synth based pun doesn't detract from what dovetails between moments of new age bliss and twisted rawness. Sometime Firecracker Booshank adds some tuffness with "Action Satisfaction" whilst "Acre Summit" is perhaps the most frenetic sounding production from Tuff Sherm yet. A deviation into deeper territory is afforded with the excellent "Base 60" from Dan White which closes proceedings.
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Cat: TTT 006. Rel: 01 Nov 12
  1. Pharmacy
  2. Hydlide
  3. Leg Man
Review: Will Bankhead's Trilogy Tapes imprint continues their assault on 2012 with the latest release of Tuff Sherm - an alias of TTT regular Dro Carey. Sitting nicely alongside the KM/MM and Willie Burns releases on TTT this year, the Pharmacy EP showcases a sound that is part raw techno, part submerged house; the title track combines rolling tom-heavy percussion with abrasive unprocessed synth tones, like Drexciya jamming with Kassem Mosse. On the flip, "Hydlide" makes things even murkier, with some abstract beatdown house that would give Madteo a run for his money, while "Leg Man" is another trip down the wormhole of abstract loops and minimal clockwork rhythms. We probably don't need to tell you, but this is another essential 12" from TTT!
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Solvent Dream (limited hand-numbered hand-stamped clear vinyl 10")
Cat: ANUS 002. Rel: 10 Sep 13
  1. Concrete Branch
  2. Cryotuber
  3. Navigator & Hostage
  4. Guirow
Review: "Be odd, be future, be not too serious" is the official tagline of ANUS Recordings and with a name such as theirs it's clear the fledgling Rotterdam operation don't take themselves that serious! Amusingly named they may be, but ANUS Recordings clearly know what constitutes a good release, turning to the ever excellent Tuff Sherm for this Solvent Dreams 10". There was a time when Tuff Sherm was considered the less prolific alias of Dro Carey aka Australian producer Eugene Hector but under the TS banner he's been in imperious form this year, issuing beat tapes as well as appearing on TTT, Merok and Clandestine Traxx. Solvent Dreams continues his run of form, laying down four tracks of grizzled techno abstractions filled with desiccated sampledelica with "Navigator & Hostage" and B Side hugger "Guirow" standing out.
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out of stock $9.96
Cat: TTT 010. Rel: 03 Jul 13
  1. Cleric
  2. Groin Boils
  3. Burgular Loops
  4. Drakkhen & Bley
Review: The Trilogy Tapes label signal the start of a potentially devastating series of releases with the Burglar Loops EP from Tuff Sherm, the slightly less leaned on production alias of Eugene Hector, the tireless Australian producer known to most as Dro Carey. Hector's appeared on Will Bankhead's label under both aliases previously, most recently under the Tuff Sherm banner with the Pharmacy EP, whose understated take on house music has shades of Kassem Mosse's monochromatic productions. Hector is seemingly in a much rowdier mood here as the opening track "Cleric" demonstrates, seemingly culling influences from the last decade of niche house movements and cramming them in the spaces between a booming kick drum. Elsewhere, the title track sees Sherm opt for the abstract approach with a vocal sample that lends the production a certain degree of ghetto roughness that doesn't detract from it's overall affecting nature. With 12"s from _moonraker, DJ Spider & Marshalitto and obscure Youtube presence Rezettstill to come it feels like 2013 is going to be The Trilogy Tapes finest year thus far.
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out of stock $10.98
Shrapnel Maestro (limited LP)
Cat: ME 049V. Rel: 07 Jun 13
  1. Shrapnel Cabinet
  2. Marrow
  3. Unlit Ruin
  4. Ion City
  5. Bunched Ghosts
  6. Monarch Engineer
  7. Bulldog
  8. Boiled
  9. Neurobeast
  10. Hawkins File
  11. Wreckage Diary
Review: Originally self released via bandcamp last year, Shrapnel Maestro gets remastered and released on LP format by the always on point UK indie outfit Merok. Tuff Sherm is of course the left of centre house project from Australian producer Eugene Hector that is that extra inch more accessible than his bass abstractions as Dro Carey and this eleven track album was up there with Hector's release as Tuff Sherm for The Trilogy Tapes in the quality stakes so it's great to see it get the vinyl issue it deserves. It's intriguing how someone with a self professed disregard for the constructs of club culture such as Hector can make such eminently danceable music as he does under the Tuff Sherm moniker, which is made all the more distinct by the subtle rhythmic eccentricities that complement the crunching kick drums. The rugged "Marrow" and crunched out "Ion City" are considered highlights.
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out of stock $13.53
Cat: BH 005.5. Rel: 13 May 14
  1. Smugglers Bureau
  2. Easy Company
  3. Easy Company (Delroy Edwards remix)
out of stock $9.18
Cat: NRML 020. Rel: 15 Feb 17
  1. Fondren & Denison (5:09)
  2. Method Man (6:42)
  3. Squire's Skull (7:21)
  4. Waldron Mug (6:41)
Intérprete: Jacques Renault, Khotin
out of stock $9.96
Tuff Term (12")
Cat: PWRLD 03. Rel: 22 May 14
Deep House
  1. Beneath Numeral
  2. Topaz Looper
  3. Bruv
  4. Rete Avek Ou
Review: Since launching in 2013, James McInnes and Vic Edirisinghe's Plastic World label has dared to go where other Australian labels fear to tread, delivering the sort of left-of-centre analogue house explorations usually associated with European and American label. This third 12", featuring two tracks apiece from local lads Tuff Sherm and Cassius Select, delivers four more surprises. Tuff Sherm's two tracks are particularly revelatory, with the woozy melodies and machine drum swing of "Topaz Looper" contrasting nicely with the clattering drums, hip-hop samples and melodic fluidity of "Beneath Numeral". Cassius Select heads to move bass-heavy territory on the flip, delivering two gargantuan chunks of bruk-influenced house-not-house to tempt and tease late night dancefloors.
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Scope (12")
Cat: TS 009. Rel: 10 Dec 14
  1. Tuff Sherm - "Scope"
  2. Tuff Sherm - "Prime Engine"
  3. Dro Carey - "Human Parcel"
  4. Dro Carey - "Human Parcel" (DJ Vague remix)
out of stock $7.92
Cat: HOTSHIT 022. Rel: 02 Sep 15
Deep House
  1. Dern Werk (5:11)
  2. Zone 3 (4:12)
  3. Bikini Spill (4:30)
  4. Fire Ant (5:17)
Review: Australian noisemakers Tuff Sherm and Patch Free first joined forces for the fine Party Scraps EP on Butter Sessions in January. Here, they dust off their best classic house and techno influences for an EP on DJ Haus's rave-inclined Hot Haus label. They begin with the rave-era heaviness of "Dem Work" - all nasty hoover bass, pulsating riffs and scattergun drum fills - before delivering some deep, dreamy and shimmering goodness in the shape of "Zone 3". While the rough, acid-inspired throb of the strangely metallic "Fine Ant" is impressive, the EP's most poignant moment is undoubtedly "Bikini Spill", which cleverly mixes chiming, vintage synthesizer melodies and saucer-eyed chords with a jaunty, funk-fuelled groove.
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Cat: BSR 003. Rel: 04 Feb 15
Deep House
  1. Party Scraps
  2. Pusillanimous (Frak remix)
  3. Pusillanimous
  4. Sound1
Review: When we first copped the title of this EP, we half expected it to be filled with the aural equivalent soggy sausage rolls, stale crisps and half-drunk cans of cheap lager. Happily, Aussie techno and house producer Tuff Sherm - here in partnership with the previously unknown Patch Free - is too good a producer to fall into that trap. The title track is a sparse, stripped-back bumper, with both producers making hay with merely a handful of elements (bare rhythms, glacial melodies and hissing cymbals). "Sound 1" is an altogether stranger concoction, while "Pusillanimous" makes great use of dense, organic production and trippy vocal samples. Excitingly, techno titans Frak also provide a remix of the latter in their trademark fuzzy, heads-down style.
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out of stock $8.94
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