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Future Feelings EP
Future Feelings EP (blue vinyl 12" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: CRF 015. Rel: 03 Oct 22
Future Feelings (5:30)
No Return (6:09)
Maze (Versalife remix) (5:48)
Maze (4:04)
 in stock $13.99
Submanouvers
Cat: FR 023. Rel: 07 Dec 12
First Descent
Bluetooth Clone
Submanouvers
Frostbite
 in stock $10.56
Volvere
Volvere (12")
Cat: FIDES 009. Rel: 03 Mar 21
Paradigma (6:25)
Volvere (6:12)
Nausia (5:06)
Wide Eyes (4:34)
Intérprete: Deep'a & Biri
 in stock $11.36
Pills & Thrills EP
Cat: TTXX 0006. Rel: 17 Apr 19
Pills & Thrills (6:42)
Lift Off (5:10)
Purification (7:41)
Pharmacology (5:08)
Review: 4E used to be Khan's apartment number in New York City's East Village back in the late 90's. 4E became the trademark sound for his downbeat acid infused electro work. On his kitchen floor he produced a very unique brand of futuristic funk tracks with only a ROLAND TB-303, SH-101 and the Hip-Hop fundamental SP1200 drum sampler. Besides a couple of 12"s for Force Inc. Music and the "Gentle Killer E.P." on Freddy Fresh's Socket imprint, 4E released the highly acclaimed downbeat electro album "4E4ME4YOU" on German glitch label Mille Plateaux. Back in 1998 4E shared the now legendary 12" with I-F "Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass" on the "From Beyond Series" by Ectomorph's Interdimensional Transmissions. Pills & Thrills" on Temple Traxx is four previously unreleased acid-electro stomper that are as funky and noisy as it can get on an East Village kitchen floor.
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Ask Isadora
Cat: FIT 023. Rel: 07 Apr 22
Ask Isadora (4:41)
Conga Banana (4:35)
Middle Eastern Cooking (4:58)
Mode (4:43)
Review: Under the alias 4E, producer Can Oral created his own unique sound of raw, futuristic acid-electro. The A-Side tracks "Ask Isadora" and "Conga Banana" first appeared on the album, Blue Note, released on Home Entertainment in 1996. On the flip are two unreleased tracks picked from his extensive archive and edited by FIT Siegel. These were also recorded during this era, which Can describes below:

"In the 90s I moved to NYC to start a band with Jimi Tenor. I had a small flat in the East Village with the apartment number 4E and that became my artist name for the downtempo and electro material I was working on. The style I called Futuristic Electro because I didn't want to relate to the old school with this. I had my studio on the kitchen floor and pretty much only used EMU SP-1200, TB-303, TR-808 and SH-101 by good ol' Roland. In a way NYC was still developing because it was all about house music. In 1995, I opened Temple Records in Manhattan with Dr Walker from Air Liquide and DJ DB from Smile Communications. The record shop was inside the Liquid Sky clothing store. After a fire in the shop, along with a falling out with the owner I decided to talk to a fortune teller to find out what the future held. Her name was Isadora, and she had a TV show called "Ask Isadora." She told me on live television to move out, have my own shop and be independent, so I did. Thanks Isadora!"
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Bots
Bots (12")
Cat: MCR 00008. Rel: 30 Jun 23
Cluster (3:51)
Bots (4:19)
Networks (4:24)
NLP (4:31)
Review: 6SISS is a Belgian producer who creates incredibly raw, generative electro; their latest 'Bots' explores the concept of artificial intelligence and machine learning through sound design and rhythmic structures, while each track recalls the intrusive nature of the many kinds of bots found on the net - be they chatbots, spambots, web crawlers, or social bots. Backing up the mood comes the oppressive, in-your-face transitory metallics of 'Cluster' and the brain-frying zappage of 'Networks'.
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Britain's Dirty Little Secret
Cat: MAR 002. Rel: 10 Jan 22
Old School (5:20)
Sugoi (5:18)
Flash Fight (5:46)
False Religion (6:45)
Review: The second release on the fascinating Mooziken Analog Room label comes not from Detroit-based Iranian Salar Ansari, who delivered the imprint's debut release, but rather British acid house, techno and drum & bass pioneer A Guy Called Gerald. The Mancunian channels the raw, analogue-rich heaviness of his early work throughout the EP, which sees him skip between twisted, cunningly swung, acid-fired heaviness ('Old Skool'), pleasingly metallic blends of electro, clonk and house ('Sugoi'), trippy and hypnotic early morning mysticism (the Berlin-friendly haziness of 'Flash Fight') and chunky, funk-tinged tech-house (the 'is it heavyweight house or light-touch techno' of 'False Religion', where Gerald makes a rare appearance on the mic).
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Sharevari
Sharevari (12")
Cat: P 928. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Sharevari (vocal) (5:34)
Sharevari (instrumental) (6:16)
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Echinopsis EP
Cat: HOB 009. Rel: 07 Jul 23
Echinopsis (7:21)
Cheetah Fire (5:59)
Echinopsis (Tolouse Low Trax remix) (5:43)
Ashtray Lips (6:26)
Ashtray Lips (Odon remix) (4:56)
 in stock $23.23
0-9
0-9 (12")
Cat: VISI 2. Rel: 19 May 23
Link 0-9
Link 1-8
 in stock $13.47
No One Likes A Smartarse EP
Cat: SAT 030. Rel: 10 Dec 05
No One Likes A Smartarse
Orash
From Detroit
 in stock $6.87
RM 12015
RM 12015 (12")
Cat: RM 12015. Rel: 30 Mar 22
A2 - "Open Your Mind" (6:52)
A2 - "Entity" (7:35)
Andy Panayi - "Acidbend" (6:28)
Stopouts - "Pass Go" (8:00)
Review: Always a good week when some new RAND Muzik drops. The Leipzig imprint's brand of understated grooves are on fine display once again on this various artists EP. On RM 12015, feel the low-slung and funky dub of A2's 'Open Your Mind' which they follow up with some moody computer funk on the next track 'Entity'. Over on the B side, Andy Panayi serves up some dusty 303 shenanigans on 'Acidbend' in the vein of classic Cabinet Records and closing it out is Stopouts with the subterranean breaks of 'Pass Go'.
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Elektronically Minded
Cat: CE 046. Rel: 16 Feb 24
Basic Channelling (4:48)
Basic Channelling (Exaltics remix) (5:45)
Journey To The Deep (4:12)
Syncopated (Torai remix) (5:02)
Intérprete: Shadow Dancer
 in stock $14.26
Nine Oh Nine EP
Cat: TSEP 777. Rel: 02 Mar 23
Did You Catch That? (5:40)
Dark Dancefloor (4:48)
Take Nine Oh Nine (8:15)
Can You Keep Up? (4:32)
Review: The Abstract Eye aka Gifted & Blessed always makes electrifying music that brims and bristles with energy. It is dense and textural and requires close attention to unpack and get lost in but that effort is always more than repaid. This is another brilliantly heavy outing, a first on Technoindigenous, that makes great use of one of the most legendary bits of gear in any studio - the TR-909, Here the artist finds new ways to make it sing with acid-laced house, clattering percussion and cosmic synth work that will rewire your brain.

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Abstract Thought
Cat: CAL 015. Rel: 13 Dec 19
Abstract Thought (part 1) (5:41)
Abstract Thought (part 2) (8:14)
Abstract Thought (part 3) (8:43)
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Dynamic Fluo
Cat: AFTG 01. Rel: 27 Oct 23
Dynamic Fluo (6:41)
Slide Ultrasound (6:05)
Pile Micro Trip (6:57)
Octopus Harmonics (5:55)
 in stock $16.64
Forget Your Imagination EP
Cat: ORSON 025. Rel: 31 Jan 23
Heavy Max (6:33)
Butify (4:41)
Forget Your Imagination (5:18)
Nuhamba (4:30)
When The Sun Meets The Acid (4:06)
Review: Big up to the Orson label for hitting a quarter of a century of releases. Malata based artists Neil Hales aka Acidulant gets the nod and shows of his love of direct acid sounds. He has done similar on the likes of DJ Pierre's labels Jack Trax Records and Afro Acid but really hits the next level here with hard hitting and turbocharged bangers like 'Heavy Max' next to slower, more spaced out and melancholic jams like 'Butify'. The flipside starts off deep and atmospheric with 'Forget Your Imagination' and that pensive vibe continue through 'Nuhamba' before dramatic closer 'When The Sun Meets The Acid.'
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Acid Avengers 020
Cat: AAR 020. Rel: 04 Feb 22
Acidulant - "Super Rave" (4:33)
Acidulant - "Save The Last Rave" (3:28)
Acidulant - "Hauz Trax" (5:47)
Voiron - "Bon Kick Voiron" (3:40)
Voiron - "Digital Voiron Workstation" (4:30)
Voiron - "Sugar Voiron" (4:31)
Review: Some six years after debuting via a deliciously angular and energetic EP from Jaquarius and Mono-Enzyme 307, the Acid Avengers imprint notches up release number 20. Like most of the label's EPs, it's a multi-artist affair. Sometime Balkan Vinyl and Bass Assault artist Acidulant handles side A, bouncing between rushing, piano-sporting 1992 hardcore revivalism ('Super Rave'), sub-heavy deep electro haziness ('Save The Last Rave') and throbbing, arpeggio driven trance/breakbeat techno fusion ('Hauz Trax'). Voiron, who last graced the label back in 2016, takes over on the flip. The Paris-based producer first fuses glistening, spacey melodies, twisted acid lines, post-electro beats and dirty bass on 'Bon Kick Voiron', before opting for deep acid house on 'Digital Voiron Workstation' and atmospheric, Orbital-meets-'90s tech-house on 'Sugar Voiron'.
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 in stock $12.41
My Acidic Being
My Acidic Being (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: PNKMN 051. Rel: 05 Dec 23
Laying It On Thick (5:27)
Trailing Effects (7:07)
I've Been Here Before (6:13)
It Seems Like Yesterday (6:44)
 in stock $15.83
Traffic EP
Cat: POA 005. Rel: 27 Oct 23
Traffic Export (6:34)
Disco Magic (5:54)
Darkside (7:56)
Darkside (Matteo Clear mix) (5:14)
 in stock $17.16
Black Label Series 07
Cat: BPBL 07. Rel: 12 Dec 23
Outdoor (6:16)
Spirit DNX (7:11)
Double Danger (4:07)
Own Methods (5:31)
Review: Banoffee Pies is one of those labels that doesn't miss no matter what genre it takes aim at. Best known for its hype garage sounds it heads into minimal territory here with Adelina at the buttons for the seventh in the Black Label Series. 'Outdoor' is a primo cut with judders groovers and sinewy synths demanding you dance, 'Spirit DNX' then slows down and gets all acidic and twisted and 'Double Danger' is a real cracker that fizzes with static. Last of all, 'Own Methods' is a future world where the robots have taken over and mysterious pads lead you through an automated world of cosmic energy.
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Intérprete: Lostlojic
 in stock $14.26
Il Significato Delle Parole EP
Cat: DNZT 014. Rel: 19 Jun 23
Nulla Resta (3:22)
Sospesa (4:31)
Parole (3:05)
Notturna (3:23)
Review: Adiel's Danza Tribale adventures continue apace as she delivers the fourteenth release on her label. As well as exploring immersive, non-standard rhythms in her well-established style, the Italian artist is also folding some more emotive, trance and pop-informed elements into her sound. 'Nulla Resta' has a bombastic, main stage festival quality to its composition, while 'Sospesa' edges some brooding songwriting qualities into an intricate, elegant d&b-styled production. 'Parole' switches things up with a lighter mood led by organic instrumentation and plucked string leads and 'Notturna' closes the EP out with yet more epic production that confirms the techno stalwart heading into fresh pastures away from the strictures of pure club music.
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 in stock $14.78
Renegade Transmission EP
Cat: SKO 001. Rel: 19 Oct 23
Renegade (6:05)
Tekyes (5:53)
Acid Life (5:52)
Fractalization (5:27)
Review: Adj makes a physical brand of electronic music that is all about making you move with punchy rhythms. He's done so on the likes of Armada earlier in the year, as well s For Those That Know, Tensor Norm and Another Perspective, but now lands on Serenity In Keos with his latest. The man known to his mother as Andy Jaggers has long been vital to the UK scene and that isn't going to change on the evidence of this new one - a moody, warm and deep exploration of broken electro beats, sci-fi worlds and lithe synth details that are cinematic and emotive as well as being hella catchy for your heels.
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 in stock $16.89
ARKADA 004
ARKADA 004 (12" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: ARKADA 004. Rel: 03 Feb 23
ADJ - "Fight For Your Rightz" (6:16)
ADJ - "Break The Beat" (6:05)
Adrien D'Elzius - "Harsill" (4:15)
Adrien D'Elzius - "Battle Of The Shadows" (4:44)
 in stock $16.64
New Phonies (remastered)
New Phonies (remastered) (red marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: CWCS 024. Rel: 01 Feb 24
New Object (5:37)
Don't Talk (5:21)
Hand To Phone (5:37)
Your Lies (4:51)
Review: Remastered and reissued with new a new album cover via the Clone West Coast Series, Adult's 'New Phonies' EP first appeared in 2000 as the duo moniker of Nicola Kuperus and Adam Lee Miller, two legit electro stalwarts. This is a proper snappy electro EP - of the least sympathetic and most coldly calculating kind - evoking the fright of becoming trapped inside an inescapable subliminal-sonic cybernetic feedback loop, with all human faculties thrown to the wayside. 'Hand To Phone', for example, locks us into a communicative-cybernetic stasis, with spitty acid 16ths betraying the mood of becoming affective chasers of electromagnetic signals, unwittingly carrying out the bidding of our new techno-evangelist overlords. The A-sider 'New Object', meanwhile, with its sizzling 808s, transitional fluctuations and hip-hop vocal refrain - "I need you to accommodate my comunication needs" - touches on several layers of objectification at once: sexual, commodification, loss of the ability to speak. Adult truly dealt with adult themes and embraced their recapture into the machine - now you too can own their New Object.
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Defend Your Planet
Cat: AVD 008. Rel: 15 Jan 21
The Advent & Zein Ferreira - "Defend Your Planet" (4:41)
Assembler Code - "Line Of Sight" (5:19)
Carl Finlow - "Syncopated Automated" (6:57)
Versalife - "SH09" (6:02)
Review: This is a special sampler 12" taken from the Various Artists compilation Defend Your Planet that Avoidant Records put out. It features a heavyweight crew of electro mainstays, first of which are The Advent & Zein Ferreira. Their 'Defend Your Plane' is a turbo powered cosmic assault with skewed synths and high speed drums. Assembler Code's 'Line Of Sight' doesn't let up, powering on through sheet metal snares and juddering drum programming and then man like Carl Finlow layers in prickly melodies, dark sci-fi energy and booming bass. Analogue master Versalife shits things down with the shadowy 'SH09.'
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Exit Planet Earth: Strontium
The Advent X Zein Ferreira - "Carpe Diem" (7:01)
London Modular Alliance - "Lump Of Coal" (4:03)
London Modular Alliance - "Lump Of Coal" (beats) (2:42)
Konerytmi - "Pulssi" (5:22)
DeFeKT - "Radar" (4:03)
Zobol - "Data Wars" (5:01)
Review: Exit Planet Earth continues its exploration of the world of electro universe with an expansive, extended six track EP, featuring The Advent x Zein Ferreira, DeFeKT, London Modular Alliance, Konertymi and Zobol. The Advent, whose weekly Gardening Club residency in the mid-90s helped to drag electro out of the realms of the retro and back into the future, team up with Zein Ferreira for a Kraftwerk-on-speed extended mix of 'CarpeDiem', before London Modular Alliance's more moderately paced but still squiggle and bleep laced 'Lump of Coal' plus a 'beats' breakdown for the DJs. The B-side brings us the acid-powered 'Pulssi' by Konerytmi, the bouncy, breakdance-friendly 'Radar' by DeFeKT, and the relatively pure, optimistic sonics of Zobol's 'Data Wars'. Thumbs up all round.
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WATER: Dancing Moon
WATER: Dancing Moon (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AESP 001. Rel: 11 Feb 19
House In Blue Rain (5:42)
Dancing Moon (7:55)
Throne Of Clay (6:51)
Review: A new project based out of Copenhagen - Aether's Spring comes shrouded in mystery but makes a bold statement with this first transmission. WATER: Dancing Moon 12" leads in with "House In Blue Rain," a downcast track bathed in melancholic pads and blown out percussion around a steady 4/4 tick. "Dancing Moon" is a more kinetic affair that works with all kinds of synth shapes alongside some primal drum machine percussion that lends the track a new wave quality that suits it just fine. Closer "Throne Of Clay" spreads across the B side in a brooding, journeying epic fit for the likes of classic James Holden or a more wave-minded Jon Hopkins.
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 in stock $1.05
Volume 8
Volume 8 (12")
Cat: WGD 008. Rel: 13 Feb 23
Affie & Leila Yusuf - "Dublovr" (9:37)
Zobol - "Sense The Consensus" (7:22)
Acidulant - "The View Of Her Shade" (4:50)
Type-303 - "Knowhere" (6:25)
Review: While it's difficult to second-guess what Placid will select for each volume of his We're Going Deep label's compilation-style EPs, you can guarantee that it will be timeless-sounding, exquisitely produced, and most likely have some link to deep house, electro, acid or sci-fi techno. All of those boxes are ticked and then some on volume eight, which skips between melodious, acid-flecked dancefloor wooziness (Affie and Leila Yusuf's 'Dublvr'), warming sunrise-ready electro bliss (Zobol's 'Sense The Consensus'), ultra-deep, eyes-closed acid electro (Acidulant's 'The View of Her Shade') and IDM-tinged, intergalactic and dramatically pitched-down proto-jungle (Type-303's exceptional 'Knowhere'). Like its predecessors, this EP is nothing less than essential.
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 in stock $15.06
JR Isidore's Medicine Bottle Part I
JR Isidore's Medicine Bottle Part I (heavyweight vinyl 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: AC 008. Rel: 24 Mar 23
JR Isidore's Medicine Bottle (5:50)
Monkey Bones & Fish Brains (5:26)
Ominus Voyage (5:24)
Material Metaphores (6:43)
Solar Pulse (6:07)
Review: Age of Hyperion is one half of Alien Communication and here he lands on the label of the same name with the first part in his J.R. Isodore's Medicine Bottle series. It is a beguiling mix of electro and techno with weird grooves and innovative moods. The title cut is a slow and playful opener with jittery lines and smeared cosmic chords then it's into snappy rhythms and busted bass on Monkey Bones & Fish Brains' melodic madness on 'Ominus Voyage'. There are dark worlds explored on 'Material Metaphore' and 'Solar Pulse' then has whip-snapping synths lashing about over serene electro rhythms.
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 in stock $24.03
Monday
Monday (limited 12")
Cat: SVEMIR 006. Rel: 01 Nov 21
Alavux - "Kalemegdan Sunset" (4:46)
Alavux & Tomi Bojadzi - "Monday" (Tomi live version) (5:56)
Alavux & Tomi Bojadzi - "Monday" (Alavux version) (7:29)
Alavux - "Fuse Out" (4:06)
Review: After 16 months of pandemic-related hibernation, Kanja offshoot Svemir returns to action with a label debut from former Bass Agenda Recordings and Twilight 76 Records artist Alavux. The talented Serbian is in fine form from the off, with opener 'Kalemegdan' offering a near perfect fusion of crunchy, laidback electro beats, woozy synthesizer chords and picturesque melodies. He and pal Tomi Bojadzi then deliver contrasting mixes of collaborative cut 'Monday', with Bojadzi's warm, melodious and glacial 'live' take being followed by Alavux's bleeping, acid-fired club electro take. Finally, Alavux goes solo once more on sci-fi flavoured club electro treat 'Fuse Out'.
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Intérprete: Goran Alavuk
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Direct Hit (including Cignol mix)
Cat: VIS 325. Rel: 15 Nov 21
Direct Hit (7:13)
Direct Hit (Cignol remix) (6:26)
Iris (5:21)
Core Velocity (6:11)
Review: 20/20 Vision has always been a label that sets the bar high when it comes to dancefloor releases - one of Yorkshire's most treasured institutions, to say the least. And while historically the imprint has often been on a tech-y house tip, lest we forget the is the crew that were letting a then-emergent Paul Woolford explore the outer reaches of electro house and breaks way back when, and that attitude hasn't really changed since.

Here the team hand the spotlight to another Leeds name, Alfred, who responds with three original tracks that are punchy, funky, engaging and hugely impactful. Broken beats, subtle rave hoover lines, mind-melting synth arpeggiations and a thoroughly futuristic feeling throughout. Definitely a powerful addition to any DJ's arsenal - the sort of tunes that can marry up well with so many styles and always grab maximum attention.
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 in stock $10.56
World Of Ecstasy (reissue)
Cat: SJR 46012. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Music-A-Lizer (short version) (3:38)
World Of Ecstasy (3:46)
Music-A-Lizer (long version) (5:33)
Computer (4:07)
Review: Soul Jazz Records promise this is a one off and strictly limited pressing of Alien Starr's 'World Of Ecstasy.' It is a faithful reproduction of the original in terms of art and sound and has been restored from the label after they included it on their excellent recent Space Funk 2 - Afro-Futurist Electro Funk In Space 1976-84 compilation. tUSA in 1985 featuring big slap bass energy, hand claps, drum funk and electro boogie bass. .
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 in stock $15.58
Album Part I
Album Part I (hand-stamped 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: ALNOS 04. Rel: 03 Jul 23
Bazen (feat songul) (6:22)
Humanized (6:58)
Story (Audiodal mix) (4:59)
Ocean 23 (5:24)
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10 Years Serendeepity: Part 4
Cat: SER 0024. Rel: 10 Nov 21
Ellen Allien - "Love" (4:09)
Kreggo - "Tictic" (4:37)
Timeslip89 - "Sketch 00" (0:14)
Itinerant Dubs - "Untitled" (3:49)
Heith - "Book Of Solomon" (9:53)
Review: Fourth part of the compilation celebrating the tenth anniversary of the Milanese record shop. This collection is entirely composed of previously unreleased music, exclusively produced for the occasion by many artists of great relevance in the worldwide music scene, who supported the store over the last ten years.
This EP features Ellen Allien, Kreggo, Timeslip89, Itinerant Dubs and Heith.
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 in stock $11.61
For The Floor Vol 3
For The Floor Vol 3 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: CELTD 014. Rel: 05 Dec 23
Steve Allman - "Darkness" (5:58)
Steve Allman - "Initiate Experiment" (5:32)
Alex Jann - "Mind Control Uses" (5:09)
Alex Jann - "Punish Room" (5:52)
Review: The latest Cultivated Electronics drop is a split disc affair which takes us right up to the forefront of modern electro, as you might well expect given the label's output. 'Darkness' opens up Steve Allman's side in a breakneck throw down of edgy synth ripples and crusty drums dialled into the machine funk frequency. 'Initiate Experiment' is no slouch either, precision tooled for punchy effectiveness on the floor. Alex Jann tips some tripped-out processing on top of his own tightly wound, motorik sequences on 'Mind Control Uses', while 'Punish Room' plays around with some artful spatial sound design on the edges of this steadfast electro workout.
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 in stock $14.26
Machine Funk Is Our Game Volume 6
Machine Funk Is Our Game Volume 6 (transparent green vinyl 12")
Cat: KJ 068. Rel: 27 Mar 23
Alonzo - "Nikki Don't Save Me" (4:23)
Daniel Savio - "King Kobra" (5:07)
Deroboter - "Moving Around" (4:10)
Kid Ginseng - "Chrome Belt Buckle" (feat DJ Quest-Questosahn) (6:26)
Cybereign - "My Feel" (5:17)
Review: Connecticut label, Kraftjerks, has made a name for itself as the east coast's prime electro label. Bringing us the sixth volume of their popular Machine Funk Is Our Game series they've pulled together an impressive array of artists including Alonzo, Daniel Savio, Deroboter, Kid Ginseng, and Cybereign. 'Nikki Don't Save Me' is the powerful, bass heavy track that opens the compilation. Veering through meteor fields and firing through wormholes, this is tonally dark electro at its best. 'Chrome Belt Buckle (feat. Questosahn)', a scratch-inflected journey through warped vocals and frenetic percussion, is another highlight. Perfect for the club or cruising down the highway, this is a cornerstone record for electro fans.
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LSE 15
LSE 15 (12")
Cat: LSE 15. Rel: 25 Mar 22
Alonzo - "Cruising With Pap" (5:40)
Nick Klein - "Posture Test" (4:57)
Naeem - "TLX" (5:57)
Heidi Sabertooth - "Was It You" (7:01)
SSPS - "Paradise Lozt" (7:05)
Douce Angoisse - "New Vape City" (2:57)
 in stock $11.09
The Moat Remixes
Cat: DI 001V. Rel: 14 Sep 23
The Moat (Alpha's OG mix)
The Moat (Drox Electro mix)
The Moat (Critical Automator dub mix)
The Moat (16 Faces 5am mix)
 in stock $14.26
Ciudad Fantasma
Cat: SHIP 068. Rel: 19 Dec 22
Ciudad Fantasma (6:07)
20202020 (7:03)
Malos Tiempos Para La Guerra (8:48)
Templo De Cova (5:56)
 in stock $14.52
Public Enemy
Public Enemy (1-sided 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: M 22. Rel: 25 Apr 22
Public Enemy (7:55)
 in stock $18.48
Mutual Pleasure 006
Cat: MUPL 006. Rel: 18 Jan 23
Freak Syndrome (feat partiboi69) (4:14)
Freaky With You (5:00)
Freaky Bitch (4:46)
She's A Freak (4:25)
Review: Mutual Pleasure clocks up a sixth outing here with more searing electro sounds. Behind the beats is Amadeezy who is from Boston and behind the much-loved trap and dirty south night PVRPLE. He makes plenty of sleazy sounds as demonstrated here on a fun, party-starting EP that is not low on quality. 'Freak Syndrome' (feat partiboi69) kicks off with booty-shaking bass and tight bars while 'Freaky Bitch' is just that with its bumping bottom ends over oversized kick drum funk next to a classic vocal sample. Two further, even more frenzied bass-driven bangers round out the b-side.
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Bass Boss
Bass Boss (12")
Cat: FTP 008. Rel: 07 Feb 23
Bass Boss (5:07)
Bend Ya Back (4:03)
Bass Check (3:49)
No Panties (3:30)
Review: It's been a while since we had any booty bass or freestyle through our channels, but that all changes with Amadeezy's Bass Boss. Hailing from Boston, Amadeezy is known for helming the trap and dirty south night PVRPLE, but his own productions tend towards many more interrelated styles, usually drawing on anything related to US hip house. Nothing polished or sheeny. 'Bass Boss' is an expert emulation of old car hoedown battle electro; the title track blends telephony R&B vocals with breaks and Rhodeses. Meanwhile, the likes of 'Bend Ya Back' and 'No Panties' lean towards the humour value of debauched jit music.
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 in stock $10.30
FD 004
FD 004 (hand-stamped 1-sided 12" in hand-painted sleeve limited to 100 copies)
Cat: FD 004. Rel: 22 Apr 20
Gliding Through The Jungle (6:32)
Valley Falls Deep (remix) (4:08)
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Unseen Series III
Cat: AFUS 03. Rel: 08 Sep 23
Phases (4:45)
Lonely Objects (5:13)
Don't Tell Me What To Do (5:42)
Functional (5:35)
 in stock $16.11
Mind Flow
Mind Flow (12")
Cat: RENEW1 11. Rel: 04 Apr 23
The Collective Mind (8:37)
Neuro Funk (8:04)
Review: Andreas Werner has released tons of excellent music over the years, mostly under the familiar Audio Werner alias. This, though, is only his second release as Andrew Renew (the first, the minimal house-inclined 'Dark Memories', was released in 2019). It features two superb tracks, both of which combine the sci-fi seeped, star-gazing intent of deep, intergalactic techno, with grooves that shuffle along confidently at a deep house tempo. Our pick of the pair is the ambient techno-tinged trip of 'The Collective Mind', where echoing spoken word vocals seemingly drift above yearning, Mr YT style pads, smooth bass, spacey electronics and unfussy drums. B-side 'Neuro Funk', meanwhile, is a more lilting affair, where Werner's deep and ghostly chords ride a notably warm bassline and crispy drum machine beats.

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 in stock $16.89
Dear Computer (reissue)
Dear Computer (reissue) (7" (indie exclusive))
Cat: 720053 285451. Rel: 29 Jan 24
Dear Computer (3:15)
Simple Song (2:39)
 in stock $17.69
Same Old Flame Again
Same Old Flame Again (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: LOD 017. Rel: 08 Mar 23
Lost Inside (5:27)
Nomo (3:08)
Same Old Flame Again (4:15)
Soundtrack For You (6:09)
Old School Zombie (4:44)
Snake Life (3:17)
 in stock $16.64
Stasislogue EP
Stasislogue EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CYPHN 06. Rel: 24 Oct 23
Track Thirty 7 (5:10)
Callisto (5:36)
May Eleventh (5:10)
Space Watch (5:51)
Places For People (6:24)
Review: Otherwise known as Doc Bozique and fresh from a reissue album on Cosmic Soup, Howard Dodd's work as Anoesis has been well and truly revived and progressed out of the archival realm into actual new productions. On this record for Cyphon, we're treated to more of the elegantly warped, subliminal machine funk associated with Anoesis since his cult mid-90s releases, veering from the deep-tracking sonar techno of 'Track Thirty 7' to the Guidance-ready bump of Callisto, which must surely be a tribute to the legendary house producer. There's soul and flair by the bucketload, calling out to all those who value a little imagination in their club music.
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 in stock $17.43
Booth Napper
Booth Napper (limited 12")
Cat: CTR 004. Rel: 07 Dec 23
Alinaz (7:20)
Alinaz (Daniel Anselmi remix) (7:27)
Alinaz (Reedale Rise remix) (6:01)
Phaula (6:12)
Booth Napper (6:02)
 in stock $16.64
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