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Leftfield Recommendations June 2013
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1
Cat: CITI 009. Rel: 27 May 13
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Dayzed (Regis remix)
  2. I Only See The Lights (Shifted version)
  3. Pray To The Light Machine (Silent Servant version)
  4. Lines (In Aeternam Vale version)
  5. Old Life (Worn version)
Review: Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax present this compelling addendum release to Immaterial Visions, the excellent LP from rising leather clad duo The KVB. An illustrious cast of producers have been invited to remix tracks from the album, with Jealous God/DNS pair Regis and Silent Servant joined by Minimal Wave act In Aeternam Vale and Avian duo Shifted and Ventress - the latter as Worn. Regis remixes "Dayzed" which is clearly a favourite of the Downwards icon, having previously selected the track for inclusion on last year's So Click Heels compilation; in O'Connor's hands the song is given a fizzing revision that relegates all sonic elements deep beneath the swaggering bass riff. Mere remnants of The KVB remain intact on Shifted's remix of "I Only See The Lights" as the intensity of feedback is transformed into a taut, minimalist growl, whilst Silent Servant offers a subtle smudged cold wave remix of "Pray To The Light Machine". Despite their massive discography, In Aeternam Vale are unknown quantities to many outside MW/Cititrax enthusiasts but the Lyon act are in fine form with their stomping take on "Lines" whilst Ventress debuts the Worn project with a swampy reverb-laden sinister cosmiche recast of "Old Life".
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out of stock $16.35
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Cat: MEDI 069. Rel: 20 May 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Changes (James Blake Harmonimix)
Review: Whilst James Blake's current career path has had a decidedly marmite effect on the general public, listening to this Harmonimix of Mala's "Changes" proves beyond doubt the producer's talent for crafting emotive, though provoking electronic music. The story allegedly goes that Blake one day sent the Deep Medi boss the remix via email, commenting with typical modesty "I've just done a remix". This particular remix of all Blake's specially tailored self Harmonimixes is perhaps the one that achieved mythical status - they are all superb but "Changes" just feels that extra bit special. This might have something to do with the fact it's been a dubplate weapon of the lucky few for roughly three years, but the sheer shuddering brilliance of the track is stunning.
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out of stock $7.77
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Cat: YT 088. Rel: 20 May 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Ivana
  2. Sun
  3. Last Remnants
  4. Nosun
  5. Never
Review: Young Scot Koreless makes a sublime debut proper on Young Turks with the Yugen 12" following his previous label outing with the fragile voiced Sampha as Short Stories. Ever since his emergence in 2011, Glaswegian Koreless has been lumped in with the great post-dubstep meets bass music movement thanks largely to his delicate beat programming, a penchant for pitching the hell out of a female vocal and thick syrupy synth lines. This five track release essentially sees Koreless make good on the past few years of potential with occasionally beautiful results - the warm, neon cover art really does offer a real insight into the rich, vivid soundscapes held within. There's obvious reasons for the label to premiere this EP recently with "Sun", which escalates through endless cycles of synth fuelled transcendental states with the minimum of rhythmic assistance required. If you succumbed to the charms of that track, the rest of Yugen will have you in bliss induced raptures.
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out of stock $8.31
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Cat: MEA 010. Rel: 20 May 13
Industrial/Noise
  1. Ausgelieferte Muziek
  2. The Grasshopper Was The Witness
  3. The Grasshopper Was The Witness (Elmore Judd & Rown Park remix)
  4. Don't Lose Your Head
  5. The Malag
out of stock $10.71
5
Cat: HIDDENHAWAIILTD 0000001. Rel: 13 May 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Flower Of Destruction #1
  2. Flower Of Destruction #2
  3. Flower Of Destruction #3
  4. Flower Of Destruction #4
  5. Flower Of Destruction #5
  6. Flower Of Destruction #6
  7. Flower Of Destruction #7
  8. Flower Of Destruction #8
  9. Flower Of Destruction #9
  10. Flower Of Destruction #10
  11. Flower Of Destruction #11
  12. Flower Of Destruction #12
  13. Flower Of Destruction #13
  14. Flower Of Destruction #14
  15. Flower Of Hope
Review: Having made a sterling name for himself and his Hidden Hawaii label since first emerging, Felix K finally makes his move to the long-player with this self-assured collection of engaging electronica that spans dry, melodically-bereft spaces, industrially-tinted beats, cavernous drones and dub techno robbed of its signature chord. It's an intense, at times oppressive listen, but with such masterful sound design and a refusal to over-egg any one idea, Felix has successfully created an album that demands attention. For all the avant-garde leanings in Flowers Of Destruction, it's actually not hard work to listen as one post-apocalyptic study glides into the next.
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out of stock $22.51
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Cat: ABR 012. Rel: 20 May 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Prolog
  2. Valuri
  3. Ork-Style
  4. Babadag
  5. Doamne Ce Greseala Am
  6. In Afara Programului
  7. Doina Cosmica
  8. Studiu Manea
Review: Ambassador's Reception presents another journey into the unknown psychedelic depths of the Balkan region with this self titled collection of tracks from Romanian band Steau De Mare. Named in homage to a sixties seaside resort complex on the Black Sea, Steau De Mare came to prominence with a sizeable contribution to Sounds of the Unheard, a compilation released last year jointly by Ambassador's Reception and Romanian label Future Nuggets. With that compilation lauded by many, not least Andrew Weatherall, Ambassador's Reception now present this eight track exploration of Steau De Mare's smoky, psychedelic sound which blends the sounds of 60s Romania such as Prog, dub, psychedelic rock and more contemporary Balkan sounds like Manele - all of which has been executed with the benefit of modern recordings techniques and technology. Superb from start to end!
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out of stock $12.86
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Cat: HDB 071. Rel: 20 May 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Throw
  2. UHF F/O
  3. NOYFB
  4. Sex Mission
Review: Anyone slightly confused by the appearance of Laurel Halo on Hyperdub with last year's album Quarantine will find that Behind The Green Door makes her case for inclusion on the label much clearer. Rather than a continuation of the vocal-led, enveloping soundscapes of that album, this four track EP is futuristic club music from start to end; "Throw" sends jagged percussion and splashes of piano across fiercely competing basslines, while "Uhffo" contrasts its inky black low end with more reflective synth moments. "Noyfb" combines a UK funky style rhythm with tunnelling bass pulses and dubbed out chimes, and "Sex Mission" ends with a 4/4 techno track that loses none of the producer's unique palette. Fans of the recent manoeuvres on PAN will be all over this EP, which comes highly recommended.
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out of stock $6.42
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  1. Doctor Who (new opening theme 1967)
  2. The Learning Hall
  3. Door Opens
  4. Entry Into The Machine
  5. Tardis (New Landing)
  6. Wasteland Atmosphere
  7. Machine & City Theme
  8. Machine Exterior
  9. Panels Open
  10. Dispersal Unit
  11. Sting
  12. Selris' House
  13. Machine interior
  14. Snake Bleeps Low
  15. Silver House (The Snake
  16. Snake Bleeps High
  17. Teaching Machine Hums
  18. Forcefield
  19. Burning Light
  20. Birth Of A Kroton
  21. Kroton Theme
  22. Kroton Dies
  23. Link - Rising Hum
  24. Kroton Dies (alternative)
out of stock $11.67
9
Cat: FAUXPASLP 001. Rel: 24 Jan 11
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Imagination
  2. Follow Suit
  3. Cathartic
  4. Farewell #1
  5. Aviance
  6. Pain
  7. Divinus
  8. Farewell #2
  9. Avian Flu
out of stock $15.82
10
Cat: MWQSMP 046. Rel: 27 May 13
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Missile Logic T
  2. Automation
  3. Fear Of Programming
  4. Girl With A VDU
  5. Multinational
  6. Computer Bank
  7. Construct Z/45
  8. Module
  9. Punchcard Sex
  10. Production Line (No Human)
  11. The Dadacomputer
  12. Computer Violence
out of stock $12.86
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Cat: WARPCD 237. Rel: 03 Jun 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Home Recording
  2. You Took Your Time (feat King Krule)
  3. Break Well
  4. Blood & Form
  5. Made To Stray
  6. So Many Times, So Many Ways
  7. Lie Near
  8. Meter, Pale, Tone (feat King Krule)
  9. Slow
  10. Sullen Ground
  11. Fall Out
Review: Following up the runaway success of Crooks & Lovers was always going to be a daunting task for Mount Kimbie, and they've wisely taken their time to come back with a step forwards from a sound which gave rise to the more folky strains of the dubstep aftermath. Sounding fresh and invigorated on their LP for Warp, Kai Campos and Dominic Maker have built on their love of shoegaze indie and brought their component parts into a clearer vision where they used to hide them behind heavy editing and microsampling. There are plenty of reminders that this is a Kimbie record, not least in the winsome melodies that shape the LP, but the duo have succeeded in shearing away their self-conscious trickery to write full-bodied songs that hit on first listen, rather than ten spins down the line.
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out of stock $10.99
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Cat: GMR 002. Rel: 13 May 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. The Story Of The Eye
  2. Can't Relax
  3. Icelberg
  4. Ecstasy & Release
  5. Thinking Of You But Not Of Sex
  6. The Book Of Yes
  7. Arp K Found
  8. It's Time Again
Review: Ecstasy & Release represents the debut album from Lisbon legend Tiago Miranda, arriving under the TNT Subhead name. Warmly regarded in his homeland for the weekly 7 hour plus DJ sets he's been holding down at Lisbon club Lux for some fifteen years, Miranda has enjoyed an equally illustrious, not to mention varied, production career over the past decade. He's perhaps best known for his output as Tiago but beyond this, Miranda's work has covered a broad span of projects and styles, which includes a stint in the krautrock meets Detroit techno of Portuguese group Gala Drop, as well as downtempo fare on ESP Institute as Sea Power and Change. Miranda himself describes the eight track Ecstasy & Release as his "first solo rocket" containing "ghosts of my life transcribing their emotions into techno". Truly compelling listening from one of the most under rated producers working today!
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out of stock $13.67
13
Cat: BLACKEST 016. Rel: 27 May 13
Industrial/Noise
  1. Loch
  2. Fall
  3. Gift
  4. Still
Review: Operating on a release schedule that's as prolific as it is inventive, Blackest Ever Black's latest foray into the musical ether comes from the curiously named Shampoo Boy, a guitar, bass and electronics trio from Vienna. Editions Mego boss Peter Rehberg forms Shampoo Boy with long term collaborator Christian Schachinger - the pair have been studio pals for some 25 years - and Christina Nemec and their debut release Licht contains four improvised recordings culled from a number of sessions in their Viennese studio between April 2012 and January 2013. Shampoo Boy focus on an approach that is parts chamber music, noise and drone and at times echoes the metallic eeriness of label mates Raime. Fans of Yellow Swans, Earth and Sunn O))) should also check this captivating set.
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out of stock $12.60
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Cat: SILK 044LP. Rel: 27 May 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Wild4Ever
  2. Zebra Go Seek
  3. Double Dip Dub
  4. Fall Layers Focused
  5. The Least U Could Feel
  6. 2 Hot 2 Wait
  7. Awesome Luv
Review: 2 Hot 2 Wait is the latest album from self professed "Headphone House" producer Coyote Clean Up, and a welcome return to Amanda Brown's tireless 100% Silk label who released the prolific Detroit based artist's cassette album Frozen Solid last year. Across the various formats he's released music on, Coyote Clean Up has always exhibited a charming embracement of lo-fi house that's equally indebted to his local heroes such as Theo Parrish and Aaron Carl (RIP) as it is the skewed UKtronics of Actress, Lukid et al. The seven track 2 Hot 2 Wait continues this approach and it's augmented throughout by a notable celebration of exhibitionism and lust.
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out of stock $17.96
15
Cat: FRLP 002. Rel: 27 May 13
Electro
  1. Lunar Eclipses
  2. The Ultimate Collapsing
  3. The White Window I'm Closin
  4. On Screens
  5. Absoluty Singularity
  6. Violet Voices
  7. Spinning Spirals
  8. Dream In 9-4
  9. These Times Are Gone
  10. Infinity
  11. Towards The Happening Of This Happening The Earth Turns Now
out of stock $12.86
16
Cat: DP 12. Rel: 06 May 13
Coldwave/Synth
  1. TV Poison
  2. Soviet Stars
  3. Paris Central Station
  4. Voices
  5. Push Your Button (feat Annie Gylling)
  6. I Am Police
 in stock $13.40
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Cat: GOOILAND 04/ET021. Rel: 13 May 13
Electro
  1. Technique A Cross
  2. At The End
  3. Chemins Similaires
  4. The Division
Review: Having debuted on Gooiland Elektro last year with a contribution on their Les Annees Folles vinyl compilation, the excellently named Cute Heels returns to the Dutch label for a full release with the four track Techniques A Cross 12". Tipped as the new blood and spirit for the next step in techno music' by the great man Juan Atkins, the Belgian dwelling Columbian producer Victor Lenis is on fine form here, dragging you heels first through a quartet of techno productions with a delicious nod to the genres that helped inform it. Thus the title track is industrially charged EBM, sort of like a malfunctioning Bintus performing a Nitzer Ebb cover version, whilst "Chemins Similaires" and "The Division" are pure lo-fi Drexciyan delight.
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out of stock $8.85
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Cat: REWIG LP88. Rel: 13 May 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Hands
  2. She Moves She
  3. First Thing
  4. My Angel Rocks Back & Forth
  5. Spirit Fingers
  6. Unspoken
  7. Chia
  8. As Serious As Your Life
  9. And They All Look Broken Hearted
  10. Slow Jam
  11. She Moves She (live in Copenhagen)
  12. Everything Is Alright (live in Copenhagen)
  13. Spirit Fingers (live in Copenhagen)
  14. Glue Of The World (live in Copenhagen)
  15. My Angel Rocks Back & Forth (live in Copenhagen)
  16. As Serious As Your Life (live in Copenhagen)
  17. Hands, No More Mosquitos, Calamine, Tangle (live in Copenhagen)
Review: Released back in 2003, Rounds was the third LP from Kieran Hebden as Four Tet and perhaps the first long player that widely established him as a pioneering voice within electronic music. Though it doesn't feel like a decade since it was released, Domino celebrate the album's tenth anniversary in requisite fashion here, reissuing it in double LP format and slipping in a CD of Four Tet performing live in Copenhagen in 2004. Listening back now, it's easy to understand why Rounds is viewed as an early classic in the Four Tet canon, transferring his love for free jazz records to a beat template that's more palatable on the ear (Fact pickers might want to know that Hebden recently revealed to Pitchfork the LP was made entirely from samples) "She Moves She" still sounds absolutely haunting too!
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Cat: DIALLP 28. Rel: 03 Jun 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Bleach
  2. Palace
  3. Mussels
  4. Shoes
  5. Calico
  6. Braids
  7. Plaster
  8. Fences
  9. Blanket
  10. Chalkdust
Review: Fences is the long awaited new album from Dial poster boy John Roberts, arriving three years after the Ohio born producer's hugely accomplished and widely lauded debut LP, Glass Eights. In the period between albums Roberts has busied himself with a smattering of remixes and the odd 12", though his primary concern outside of touring has been co-editing The Travel Almanac, a high end magazine exploring "travelling and temporary habitation for an increasingly sophisticated and mobilized generation of travellers". Not your typical techno producer then. The ten tracks that form Fences were conceived and recorded during Roberts' worldwide travels, and later sequenced and mixed in NYC and offer a further refinement on the combination of sound design, sample research and contemporary club music that characterised last year's Paper Frames 12".
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out of stock $20.11
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Cat: GI 181LP. Rel: 13 May 13
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Heartbreak
  2. Idle (Second Thoughts)
  3. Tonight We Fall
  4. New Frustration
  5. Love Lies
  6. At The End Of It All
  7. Nothing Lasts
  8. A Day Like Forever
  9. We Will Rest
  10. Rise & Fall
Review: The Way Things Fall sees the enduring Detroit electro pair Adult return with their fifth studio album and their first in some six years. Fans of their output will be thankful this album even exists as Adam Lee Miller and Nicola Kuperus apparently had little intention to add another long player to their discography when they entered a studio in Detroit last year to record the two track Cover(s) 12" for Ghostly International. Finding their creative batteries recharged, Adult was fully reborn and Miller and Kuperus are on fine form here. Tracks like "Heartbreak" and "At The End Of It All" will have Fil Ok and JoJo De Freq considering a Nag Nag Nag revival, whilst "Tonight We Fall" agitates with post punk menace yet intermittently dovetails into joyous fuzzy synth territory. Extending their range further "New Frustration" and "Love Lies" could be mistaken for Das Ding collaborating with Desire and overall Adult fans will find it hard to resist the album's charms.
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out of stock $17.43
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