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Electro Recommendations Best Of 2015
7 Dec 2015
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Cat: VYG 04. Rel: 09 Nov 15
Electro
  1. Auslander (7:03)
  2. Auslander (PM dub) (6:57)
  3. Auslander (First Contact) (4:52)
Review: The full impact team behind Auslander count Wax'o Paradiso resident Andy Hart, 'Melbourne's number one party boy' Tom Lally and Fantastic Man among their numbers. Their self-titled debut comes via Hart's own emergent Voyage label and features a triple hit of bristling eponymous electro mood setters. Hogging the A side, "Auslander" is quite the cosmic epic at seven minutes, intensity levels deftly rising and falling as the track progresses with some fine arpeggio work on display. On the flip, the "PM Dub" adds a bit of grit into the mix along with the expected delay, whilst the "First Contact" version opts for a widescreen new age panorama.
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Cat: ERS 015. Rel: 09 Feb 15
Electro
  1. The Quay
  2. Unexplained Intergalactic Radio Bursts
  3. Salamoor
  4. Stories Of Prison
  5. Night Ferry
  6. Is It Wrong?
Review: Stories of Prison sees Timothy J Fairplay returns to Emotional Response having helped shape the identity of the label in it's infancy with the release of Somebody, Somewhere back in 2012. A lot of music has come from both artist and label since then, with Fairplay's reputation as a solo artist fully established thanks to releases on a myriad of labels. Stories of Prison is a mini LP rich in the musical intensity Fairplay has instilled in all his music to date, yet there is a daring sense of diversity at play too. From the effervescent dubbed out house toughness of opening track "The Quay", Fairplay veers into subaquatic breakbeat, deep synth Love From Outer Space chuggers, and other late night sonic treats.
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Cat: CHAR 05. Rel: 12 Oct 15
Electro
  1. Mastermaster (5:03)
  2. Bruce Wayne (5:03)
  3. Hornet Green (4:58)
  4. Valium (4:54)
Review: Inaugurated by Dollkraut last year, Pinkman sister label Charlois has developed nicely into its own distinct concern thanks to 12" releases from Tim Fairplay, Herzel, and Roberto Auser. Hornet Green sees Dollkraut return to Charlois in triumphant fashion, with the four track 12" Pascal Pinkert's first release of note since he dropped his debut LP on The Gym late last year. Having given the 12" a few spins, we reckon this might be the best Dollkraut 12" yet with the Dutchman really embracing the creative freedom afforded by Charlois. There is a different approach shown on each of the four tracks, though Pinkert's personality shines throughout! Our pick? The wonderful motorik shuffle of final track "Valium".
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out of stock $9.98
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Cat: RR 002. Rel: 02 Feb 15
Electro
  1. White Light Monochrome
  2. Space Ranger
  3. Transponder
  4. Mechanical Music Menace
Review: Radioactive Man on Reinhardt! Lead track "White Light Monochrome" channels a mechanical rhythm, with a tip of the hat to electronic music founders Kraftwerk. Intensively building to the 3 minute plus mark, before haunting keys lead the way, descending into a cybernetic electro workout. "Future Driver Space Ranger" takes to the audio freeway, mainlined for Detroit. Imprinted with Tenniswood'S unmistakable style, finely honed snares layer up around distorted low end frequencies, coursing in a hypnotic expedition towards the outer districts. Channeling the tendencies of Bauhaus and Joy Division, the warping "Transponder" documents the ever prevalent post-punk influence within the output of Radioactive Man. In close pursuit EP closer "Mechanical Music Menace" levels the floor. Beaming into the stratosphere, live bass pulsates through the system as man and machine fuse, xylophone keys take front and centre taking us beyond the stars.
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out of stock $6.75
5
Cat: CHAR 02. Rel: 02 Feb 15
Electro
  1. Night Witch (6:34)
  2. Love & Columbium (4:08)
  3. Limbo 90 (6:13)
  4. Dr Lazarus (6:22)
Review: After a fine debut release from Dollkraut, the Pinkman affiliated Charlois label resurfaces with Love & Columbium, a four track EP conjured by the spectral presence that is Timothy J Fairplay. The Crimes of the Future co-founder is on fine form here, conjuring up the spirits of lost Giallo pioneers for a quartet of haunting dancefloor numbers rich in analogue sound. Fairplay's music has been edging up the tempo scale of late, and it really suits the rough hewn finish with "Limbo 90" a particular highlight. If you can imagine a zombified Bruno Nicolai reworking DJ Mujava's "Township Funk" then you are on the right vibe to enjoy this.
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Cat: APRON 20. Rel: 30 Nov 15
Electro
  1. Shanti Celeste - "SSS" (OG cut) (8:10)
  2. Funkineven - "SSS" (90s cut) (7:13)
Review: In recent times, Bristol's Shanti Celeste has proved more than adept at blending tough, body-popping electro beats with picturesque electronics and luscious, eyes-closed melodies. She's at it again here, following up two excellent outings on Future Times with the brilliant "SSS". Expect just the right blend of tactile, eyes-closed melodiousness, snappy drum machine work, and a fluid bassline that subtly doffs a cap to Syclops' "Where's Jason's K". Apron boss Funkineven offers his own interpretation on the flip, bringing it closer to early 808 State territory, while adding some neat, boogie-influenced synth touches and saucer-eyed piano flourishes.
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Cat: DE 098. Rel: 03 Aug 15
Electro
  1. Leather Forever (5:26)
  2. Nightlife (3:41)
  3. Miss Crazy Bullshit (4:47)
  4. Loving The Alien (4:19)
Review: It's been some six years since Caroline "Miss Kittin" Herve and Michel "The Hacker" Amato last delivered fresh material together. While we await further news of their long-mooted comeback, there's this tasty EP of previously unheard archive material to enjoy. Made up of tracks recorded between 1997 and '99 - when their production partnership was in its' infancy - The Lost Tracks Volume 1 contains a number of fuzzy, stylish, floor-friendly bangers, from the S&M-themed madness of opener "Leather Forever" and stripped-back electro gem "Nightlife" (a tribute to Berlin clubs of the period, apparently), to the high-tempo acid-loaded freakishness of "Loving The Alien". Top-notch sleaze.
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Cat: EE 003RTM. Rel: 13 Apr 15
Electro
  1. The Moon Doesn't Want To Look At You (4:08)
  2. Forgotten Feelings (5:21)
  3. Blue Mirrors (5:06)
  4. A Lonely White Wolf (5:37)
  5. Nausicaa (4:14)
Review: Rotterdam's emergent Electronic Emergencies continues to be a label that rewards the electro fan; ushering in a new album from Dutch wave icon Das Ding for their first release, EE went on to provide a platform for the unheralded SOS and now they welcome Visonia. Nicolas Estany's project has previously impressed on Last Known Trajectory and Lux Rec and the Chilean's romantic vision of electro feels quite at home on Electronic Emergencies. The five tracks on Nausicaa might be his most accomplished set yet, and in "The Moon Doesn't Want To Look At You" possesses a lead track that will grip your attention. The two A-side tracks will lighten up any dancefloor whilst the B-side finds Estany veering off into more introspective territory before ending on a hopeful note with the glistening title track.
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Cat: M&Q 007. Rel: 28 Sep 15
Electro
  1. Fallen Stars (2:48)
  2. Atlantic Intertravel (3:30)
  3. Thoughts On A Distant World (4:07)
  4. Rocket Blaze (4:14)
  5. Kubusmann Calculates (2:33)
  6. Digitizer Fantasy (4:40)
  7. Ride On The Waves (4:40)
  8. Fonki Train (3:28)
Review: Superb throwback electro sounds of the early noughties on offer here from Swiss artist Elektrobopacheck, debuting via his self affirming "synthesizer music laboratory". This is quite reminiscent of stuff on Vitalic's seminal Citizen Records imprint a while back. Highlights being "Atlantic Intertravel" and "Kubusmann Calculates" which sound similar to the majestic modular tones of Japanese Telecom or the late night electro funk groove of "Ride On The Waves". Sure, he's not trying to re-invent the wheel here, but it's all good!
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Cat: M&Q 005. Rel: 01 Jun 15
Electro
  1. A Little Bit Of Joy (4:47)
  2. Ballade 101 (3:08)
  3. Between (3:06)
  4. Trains Don't Stop In Brunnen (3:13)
  5. Sholenen (3:55)
  6. Interlude (1:19)
  7. Platform Romance (4:47)
  8. Growing Feeling (4:25)
Review: Echo 106 member Bruno Schnuriger goes solo as Francis Juno for Platform Romance, an album shaped synth odyssey for the Mystic & Quantum label, issued on limited white marbled vinyl LP in silk-screen printed sleeve. Very much in line stylistically with previous transmissions on the label, Platform Romance finds Schnuriger channelling all manner of influences through his array of hardware resulting in eight tracks that sounds wholly cohesive despite touching on kosmiche, primitive electronics, acid and electro. It's a great listen from start to finish and there are plenty of cuts you'd want to slam into a mix too, specifically the delightful opener "A Little Bit Of Joy" and "Trains Don't Stop In Brunnen".
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Cat: DKMNTL 025. Rel: 18 May 15
Electro
  1. The Screen (6:53)
  2. Hit The Road (5:26)
  3. Trials Of Love (7:06)
  4. Slow Motion Disaster (6:23)
Review: We've already been treated to one bonafide classic Entro Senestre 12" this year in the shape of the WT Records released ES ("Rosegold" being the standout) and the producer really spoils us with another superb record in the shape of this Dekmantel debut. The producer, real name Jon Beall, is quite the talent. "The Screen" is Drexciyan-like frenetic electro with a trance, gothic-like glow, while "Hit The Road" is grubby and downright dirty; that's until those delayed chords hit. Chi-town influences, synths and emotional progressions fuel "Trails Of Love", while for some hardcore techno action check out "Slow Motion Disaster". Each track is as good as the next on this record, and yeah it's versatile, but we prefer the word: killer.
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12
Cat: KLAKSON 023. Rel: 09 Nov 15
Electro
  1. Troubles (5:24)
  2. Flashback (7:14)
  3. Twilight Life (5:57)
  4. Patternmaster (5:41)
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13
Cat: THR 008. Rel: 14 Sep 15
Electro
  1. Rain Over Orion (9:30)
  2. Rain Over Orion (Boris Divider remix) (6:07)
  3. Rain Over Orion (Brain Machine remix) (6:39)
Review: Spanish electronic music sculptor IMP comes through with his second release to date, and it's on the Titan's Halo label, an imprint reserved strictly for the moodiest of electronica experimentations. "Rain Over Orion" would be the perfect companion to an 80's Manga flick, where distant melodic sequences flutter among watery atmospherics and meditative pads; the remix jobs come from Boris Divider, who chucks in a half-time beat and a flurry of machine-like noises, and Brain Machine who delivers the techno makeover in fine style.
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14
  1. Mannequin (Ewan Pearson mix) (7:24)
  2. Mannequin (Ewan Pearson instrumental) (7:24)
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15
Cat: JUNE 08. Rel: 28 Sep 15
Electro
  1. Mania Sine Delirio (5:45)
  2. Chance To Hide (5:13)
  3. Alltagswut (5:03)
  4. No Escape (3:39)
  5. Your Navigation (4:37)
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Cat: BAR 004. Rel: 12 Oct 15
Electro
  1. Lurking Underwater (6:03)
  2. Dark Lake (6:12)
  3. Lurking Underwater (JTC remix) (6:18)
  4. Creatures From The Abyssus (6:00)
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Cat: BT 07. Rel: 21 Sep 15
Electro
  1. Spoken Word Of Lie (7:04)
  2. Magic Night (6:37)
  3. Sisterwatch (6:44)
  4. Catching Clouds In Outerspace (8:28)
Review: Scottish producer Marco Bernardi has been at it a while and is known for his consistent run of emotive techno releases. Now living in Bristol, he presents us with "Spoken Word With Lie" on Brokntoys out of London, and keeps on with his amazing vision. The title track is a nice little acid number with creepy vocals. While "Magic Night" is quality electro on the Drexciyan tip. On the flip "Catching Clouds In Outer Space" is totally sublime soulful techno reminiscent of early John Beltran and the real highlight on here.
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Cat: WFL 001. Rel: 16 Nov 15
Electro
  1. Carla Is Typing A Message (5:50)
  2. Court Street Shuffle (5:32)
  3. Micky's Theme (6:23)
  4. No News From New York (6:38)
Review: Glasgow has a new label on the horizon in the shape of Work For Love who kick off proceedings with a fine 12" from Mr Timothy J Fairplay. Given his previous form and the title of this 12", it's easy to suggest the influence of John Carpenter looms over No News From New York, but there are more strings to Fairplay's bow than that as the four tracks prove. There is a range of tempos explored here, with "Carla Is Typing A Message" a deathly crawl through delay-laden synth drama, whilst "Court Street Shuffle" is a life-affirming box jam that wouldn't sound out of place on a Legowelt record. Those melodies! "Mickey's Theme" is more redolent of Fairplay's celebrated work with Sir Weatherall, whilst the title track is the slowest production here and is quite captivating.
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Cat: DEEWEE 002. Rel: 28 Sep 15
Electro
  1. Drie (4:04)
  2. Twee (5:13)
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Cat: ELECTRIX 005. Rel: 08 Jun 15
Electro
  1. What R We Waiting 4 (6:02)
  2. Nice Guy (5:14)
  3. Nice Guy (Pip Williams remix) (5:24)
  4. Nice Guy (Carl Finlow remix) (5:39)
Review: The latest release on the long-running Electrix sub-division of Tortured Records comes from Fleck ESC, aka Tokyo based, French-born producer Franck Collin. With everyone from the Advent to Phil Keiran via Sync 24 and DynArec having previously lined a Electrix release, Collin is keeping good company on the Nice Guy EP. Up top there are two Fleck ESC gems that bristle with unpredictability and it's the darker title track that just swings it for us. On the B-side Electrix turn to Pip Williams and Carl Finlow to remix "Nice Guy" with the razor sharp kick drums on the former's effort particularly satisfying.
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Cat: AFS 20.01. Rel: 02 Feb 15
Electro
  1. Come Join Us
  2. Bakongak Infastrudel
  3. Cell Initialisation
  4. Persons Of Intelligence
Review: The recent opening of Bristol hardware shop Elevator Sound by Marco Bernardi left us pondering whether the Glaswegian producer ever actually got any sleep. After all the man is a veritable production machine, with new records being announced as others are released! Mantela is Bernardi's latest slab of dark electro and represents a welcome return to the Abstract forms label he last graced two years ago. There's a wonderfully detuned feel to "Come Join Us" whilst the excellently named "Bakongak Infastrudel" seems to fizz away at the brink of total malfunction but keeps it together - wait for that bassline! The demented feel abounds on the flip too which will definitely appeal to the freakier electro fans out there.
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out of stock $9.17
22
Cat: SHIP 031. Rel: 26 Oct 15
Electro
  1. Autapse (5:41)
  2. Uncertainty Principle (6:32)
  3. Synaptic Feedback Loops (7:26)
  4. Antinomy (5:20)
Review: Nijmegen electro imprint Shipwrec shows us how its done yet again. After a terrific release previously from Welsh mad scientist Dez Williams, its Roel Dijcks aka Ekman stepping up, following up some killer releases on Pankerkreuz, The Trilogy Tapes and Berceuse Heroique. "Autapse" begins proceedings in haunting fashion; spooky church organs provide the backdrop for an epic, soaring acid lead while "Uncertainty Principle" is sub-aquatic, Drexciyan electro for freaks. On the flip is the title track; keeping on like before but with a four to the floor beat for added dancefloor dynamics. Finally "Antinomy" delves into deeper terrain; its razor sharp and morphing synth line leading you further into the darkness of the abyss.
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out of stock $10.52
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Cat: FR 007CLEAR. Rel: 02 Mar 15
Electro
  1. Fleder (2:44)
  2. Streun (4:28)
  3. Zukunft Flug (6:26)
  4. Heib (1) (1:03)
  5. Lebens Gefuhl (5:24)
  6. Abstand (4:45)
  7. Gescheiterte (5:16)
  8. Heib (2) (1:02)
  9. Karlsruhe Nach Basel (4:25)
  10. Liebst (6:52)
  11. Schlaf (3:17)
  12. Magie (0:52)
  13. Gallimathias (4:01)
  14. Weinsberg Nach Wurzburg (4:52)
  15. Herbst Hymne (5:31)
  16. Ubertragung (1:08)
Review: A genuinely unique project; Fundamental's Alex Stark created this highly limited and beautifully presented project via his love for Cygnus. This led to Biosoft Records which led to the discovery of Patronen, a man who made two album's worth of material (and probably more) on analogue machines in the early 90s and refuses to move from shadows. Twin Paradox celebrates this prolific, formative work across two albums. With the classic electro angularities and epic synthetic cosmicity are very much of their time, there's an overwhelming sense of timelessness and relevance to the project too. We reckon if you listen to cuts such as the poignant, reflective "Abstand" or the distorted, shuffling phrases and positive harmonics of "Karlsruhe Nach Basel" in 20 years time, they'll still sound just as icy and futuristic. We also reckon you need to jump on this investment now! With only 100 printed, this will sell out very quickly. (CLEAR VINYL EDITION)
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24
Cat: BL 001. Rel: 28 Sep 15
Techno
  1. You're Not A Machine (part 1) (6:53)
  2. You're Not A Machine (part 2) (5:55)
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Cat: FR 007. Rel: 02 Mar 15
Electro
  1. Fleder (4:26)
  2. Streun (6:53)
  3. Zukunft Flug (3:17)
  4. Heib (1) (0:53)
  5. Lebens Gefuhl (4:03)
  6. Abstand (4:52)
  7. Gescheiterte (5:30)
  8. Heib (2) (1:08)
  9. Karlsruhe Nach Basel (2:43)
  10. Liebst (4:27)
  11. Schlaf (6:24)
  12. Magie (1:03)
  13. Gallimathias (5:20)
  14. Weinsberg Nach Wurzburg (4:45)
  15. Herbst Hymne (5:17)
  16. Ubertragung (1:01)
Review: A genuinely unique project; Fundamental's Alex Stark created this highly limited and beautifully presented project via his love for Cygnus. This led to Biosoft Records which led to the discovery of Patronen, a man who made two album's worth of material (and probably more) on analogue machines in the early 90s and refuses to move from shadows. Twin Paradox celebrates this prolific, formative work across two albums. With the classic electro angularities and epic synthetic cosmicity are very much of their time, there's an overwhelming sense of timelessness and relevance to the project too. We reckon if you listen to cuts such as the poignant, reflective "Abstand" or the distorted, shuffling phrases and positive harmonics of "Karlsruhe Nach Basel" in 20 years time, they'll still sound just as icy and futuristic. We also reckon you need to jump on this investment now! With only 100 printed, this will sell out very quickly.
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Cat: BA 022. Rel: 13 Jul 15
Electro
  1. Marque Par Une Image D'enfanc (1:51)
  2. La Jetee D'orly (3:58)
  3. Experiences Temporelles (4:19)
  4. Le Souvenir D'un Visage (3:05)
  5. Rencontre Sur La Jetee (1:51)
  6. Le Cinquantieme Jour (3:58)
  7. Derriere Les Portes Du Futur (4:18)
  8. L'evade Du Temps (3:05)
Review: Those with a passion for heavyweight electro and Drexciyan sounds have long held French producer Franck Kartell in high regard. He's been working away on the fringes delivering high-grade material for a decade, and finally got round to dropping his debut album, Afterlife, last year. Here he delivers a swift follow-up, effortlessly flitting between icy ambience, Vector Lovers style electro-IDM, creepier compositions, and the kind of oddly symphonic, soundtrack-inspired fare that exists to stir the emotions. It's a far more fragile sounding set than some might expect, but no worse for it. While there's little dancefloor material on show, Kartell's downtempo fare is a cut above most of his contemporaries.
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Cat: VIS 277. Rel: 31 Aug 15
Electro
  1. Broken Mirror (revisted) (6:10)
  2. Broken Mirror (6:50)
  3. Broken Mirror (Legowelt remix) (6:04)
  4. Broken Mirror (Legowelt instrumental version) (6:07)
Review: Random Factor aka Carl Finlow has been with the mighty 20:20 Vision imprint since their very first releases in the 90's, and yes, the label has actually been around for that long! This week, the label release a very special treat and resurface 1998's "Broken Mirror", a timeless tune which is remixed by none other than Holland's Legowelt. On this 12", there's the original cut, a Detroit-leaning electro cut which comes with a revisited version. On the B-side, Mr Wolfers breaks it down, morphs the vocals and adds in his own injection of synthesizers to the mix; longer instrumental cut is the one for the dancefloor, a 4/4 lick backed by the original's ravey vocals.
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28
Cat: VW 007. Rel: 05 Oct 15
Electro
  1. Cancel The Cobbler (4:07)
  2. Avec De L'esprit (4:10)
  3. Eye Of The Storm (4:12)
  4. Gyrodyne 600 (4:05)
  5. Handover (4:09)
  6. Sunken Park (4:06)
out of stock $8.37
29
Cat: TRUSTXV III. Rel: 09 Nov 15
Electro
  1. The Exaltics - "Flexible Horizon" (4:14)
  2. Plant43 - "Infected Biome" (7:23)
  3. Adapta - "Black Orpheus" (5:11)
  4. Epy X Micromega - "Halcyon Days" (5:24)
Review: DJ Glow's long running TRUST label returns with the closing installment of its TRUST XV trilogy of releases which once again canvasses the finest names currently making electro music. Closing contributions come from The Exaltics, Plant43, Adapta, and Epy X Micromega and this is a must have 12" for any fans of the genre. Solar One man The Exaltics is first up, laying down some dank sonic dystopia in the shape of "Flexible Horizons" which offers a nice contrast the purist electro styles of "Infected Biome" by Plant43. There's a nice crunchy feel to Adapta's bass heavy contribution "Black Orpheus", whilst "Halcyon Days" from Epy X Micromega ends a fine record on a contemplative note.
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Cat: FR 008RED. Rel: 29 Jun 15
Electro
  1. Patronen - "Embolie"
  2. Patronen - "Wichtiges"
  3. Cygnus - "There Are Other Worlds"
  4. Penelope Martin - "QV66"
  5. Heinrich Dressel - "Wet Leipzig"
  6. Koova - "Denial Of Service"
  7. Cygnus - "Make The Brain Relax"
  8. CPU - "CYBORG"
  9. CPU - "ISS"
  10. Teslasonic - "Pyromagneto"
  11. Obergman - "Philae"
  12. CPU - "Human Device"
  13. Alek Stark - "Methane Rain" (extended version)
  14. Das Muster - "Uberhitzung"
  15. Luke Eargoggle - "Meaning Of Alpha"
  16. -=UHU=- - "Photones"
  17. -=UHU=- - "India Mind"
  18. -=UHU=- - "Base 808"
  19. Transparent Sound - "Freaks Frequency"
  20. Plant43 - "Concentric Drift"
  21. Digitizer - "Colossus"
  22. Umwelt - "The Last Man On Earth"
  23. Magikbitum - "Hand Controlled"
  24. Sync 24 - "Inner Fleet"
  25. Arnold Steiner - "We Who Are Young"
  26. Vema/Diodes - "Bola De Crack"
  27. Kmex - "The Flies Are Spies"
  28. Cygnus - "Reptilian Invaderz"
  29. Noise&Noise - "Deep Web 01"
  30. Noise&Noise - "Deep Web 02"
  31. Noise&Noise - "Deep Web 03"
  32. Boris Divider - "Fiber Optics"
  33. Max Durante - "Lost In Madrid"
  34. Monobass - "Mantidae"
  35. Franck Kartell - "808"
  36. Scape One - "A Million Useful Things"
  37. Hadamard - "Upwelling"
  38. Headnoaks - "Hypermental Strobe"
  39. Inform3r - "New Life"
  40. Jauzas The Shining - "Sensual" (version 2)
  41. Synth Alien - "Saros"
  42. Hadamard - "Haze"
  43. Tau Sagittarii - "Colony Permit"
  44. Tau Sagittarii - "Passing Thought"
  45. Tau Sagittarii - "Not Just Visible"
  46. Victoria Lukas - "Nothing-But A Trace"
  47. We Are The Hunters - "UFO"
  48. We Are The Hunters - "OVNI"
  49. Alek Stark - "Diapause" (part 1)
  50. Alek Stark - "Roland TR-808 Loops A"
  51. Alek Stark - "Roland TR-808 Loops B"
Review: Madrid's Fundamental Records not only release a high volume of contemporary electro, but they do so in fine style thanks to their overloaded packs and comprehensive compilations. This time they really done a number on us with this 808 Box release, a jaw-dropping fifty-tracker sealed in a trendy DJ shoulder bag tagged with the most infamous of all drum machines on the planet..! The music comes from all corners, and we see familiar faces laying down some truth on those beats; check the gear by Patronen, CPU, Alex Stark, Luke Eargoggle, Sync24, Tau Sagittarii and UHU. This comes as eight transparent 12" and twelve white ones. Bang!
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