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OCD presents The Secret Sun: Reentry EP
Cat: OCDSS TWO. Rel: 16 Sep 19
  1. Eschew
  2. Ecordes
  3. Strong
  4. Dat007
  5. Cheeting
Review: For the second salvo in their "Secret Sun" series of unreleased 1990s techno tracks, O.C.D has plucked five superb cuts from the dusty DAT tapes of Scott Featherstone, a period producer who released one 12" as Beyond A Void way back in 1992. They've found some genuine gold, too, with the five previously unheard tracks offering a melodious and floor-friendly mixture of languid electro rhythms, shuffling breakbeats, tight techno drums, weighty bass, colourful lead lines, atmospheric ambient techno pads, subtle Yorkshire bleep motifs and lashings of sun-kissed deep house melodies. Highlights are plentiful throughout, though we're particularly enjoying the sub-heavy swing of "Dat007", the Motor City influenced brilliance of "Ecordes" and the clanking sci-fi futurism of "Cheeting" [sic].
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The Earth Rehabilitators
  1. Saverio Celestri - "Ethereal"
  2. Jacopo - "Aesthetic"
  3. Otis - "Axes Of Continuity"
  4. Fede Lijt - "Deflexion"
Review: The latest techno tale from the Amazing Stories crew is "The Earth Rehabilitators", a post-apocalyptic epic in four audio installments. Saverio Celestri sets the scene via "Ethereal", a deep and woozy chunk of machine driven techno warmth, before Jacopo takes up the reigns with a cut that brilliantly wraps bubbly synth melodies, fizzing acid lines and yearning chords around a chunky bassline and Motor City style drums. Otis moves the story forwards on "Axes Of Continuity", whose bleeping lead line and sleazy counter-melody help create a mesmerizing mood, while Fede Lijt delivers a cheerily glassy-eyed conclusion on the alien-sounding brilliance of deep techno-meets-deep house cut "Deflexion".
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A Man's Hurt EP
  1. Space Dandy
  2. Scorpio's Track
  3. The Haunted Cabaret
  4. The Gates Of Hell
Review: Prince De Takicardie has been part of the Lumbago family of artists for some time. He's already served up some serious heat via the Signal Phantasm project (alongside studio collaborator Welwert) and here makes his solo debut for the Lyon-based label. He starts strongly via the jumpy acid bass, twisted electronics and thrusting grooves of "Space Dandy", before giving his TB-303 lines more prominence on the retro-futurist techno clank of "Scorpio's Track". Arguably even better is "The Haunted Cabaret", a sparkling and spacey slab of storming techno-funk, while "The Gates of Hell" sees the French producer wrap rave style stabs and jacking machine drums around another Chicago style acid bassline.
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Brutalismo
Brutalismo (10") (1 per customer)
Cat: MOJ 12. Rel: 02 Aug 19
  1. Brutalismo
  2. We Control The Sound
Review: Fernando Zapico AKA Z@p is one of those producers whose work is always worth a listen, primarily because his quality threshold is very high. This two-track missive on My Own Jupiter picks up where his recent EP for Japanese imprint Cabaret left off, delivering faintly foreboding futurist techno whose sci-fi inspirations are clear to hear. A-side "Brutalismo" sets the tone, with paranoia-inducing analogue bass, creepy synth stabs and swirling electronic textures rising above a punchy drum machine-driven groove. "We Control The Sound" is notably denser and a little darker, with sturdier beats, moodier chord sequences and a bone-chilling breakdown.
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