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ARP 002 (12")
Cat: ARP 002. Rel: 15 Oct 19
  1. A2 - "Plonk" (7:59)
  2. Dario Reimann - "Iatch" (5:49)
  3. Harry Wills - "Estren" (7:59)
  4. Carl Finlow - "Fmseq" (6:33)
Review: Just under 12 months ago, French imprint Arpege launched with a multi-artist EP rich in far-sighted and futuristic takes on tech-house. For the follow-up they've decided to flip the script, instead offering up a quartet of electro-focused cuts. The headline attraction comes from British electro titan Carl Finlow, whose "Fmseq" is a spacey and melodious mixture of body-popping beats, throbbing bass, lilting lead lines and sparkling chords. There's plenty to set the pulse racing elsewhere across the EP though, from the heady deep space bleeps and hybrid electro/tech-house grooves of Harry Wills' "Estren", to the drowsy electronic warmth, bubbly acid bass and skittish beats of A2's "Plonk".
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Cat: OVNIE 002. Rel: 04 Oct 19
  1. Dan Piu - "Dusky & Puish" (7:05)
  2. Dan Piu - "Depresismatica" (5:28)
  3. Pohl - "Mello Phone" (5:26)
  4. Pohl - "Space In The Distance" (5:59)
Review: Ovine build on the momentum of their first EP with another new house offering that is beautifully deep. It features two tracks each from Dan Piu and Pohl, and they all hack back to dreamy Italo, classic Mr Fingers and the more pensive Chicago greats. "Depresismatica" is a real highlight with its meandering basslines and infinite cosmic horizons. "Mello Phone" offers more pixelated melodies and busy beats and "Space In The Distance" has the sort of freaky edges and dusty analog textures house lovers always fall for. Already, then, this is a label that is setting a high standard.
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Cat: GC 008. Rel: 17 Oct 19
  1. Keep It Freaky (4:36)
  2. Keep It Freaky (acappella) (4:09)
  3. Keep It Freaky (Dynamik Bass System remix) (4:53)
  4. Keep It Freaky (Dynamik Bass System instrumental) (4:53)
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Cat: CPU 01010000. Rel: 03 Oct 19
  1. Kestrel Manoeuvres In The Dark (7:03)
  2. To The Scullery! (2:58)
  3. Stoatle Excelsior (6:04)
  4. Polyhedron Navigator (5:48)
Review: Unlike some in the growing electro scene, Datassette has been serving up far-sighted electronic music - both club electro and what some call "IDM" - since the dawn of the century. This, though, marks his first appearance on C.P. Smith's incomparable Central Processing Unit label. It's a pleasingly varied affair, with the British producer storming between club electro/early Autechre fusion ("Kestrel Manoeuvres In The Dark"), acid-tinged, beat-free electronic symphonies ("To The Scullery!"), hard-edged and suitably intergalactic Drexciya style workouts ("Stoatle Excelsior") and sparse, glitchy electro minimalism (wonky EP highlight "Polyhedron Navigator"). Even by CPU's infamously high standards, this is a particularly fine EP.
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Cat: DB 001. Rel: 24 Sep 19
  1. Hydraulic Performer (5:41)
  2. Hydraulic Performer (Radioactive Man remix) (6:18)
  3. Device One (5:55)
 in stock $9.19
Cat: EGLO 67. Rel: 10 Oct 19
  1. Softbeta (3:15)
  2. Destiny71z (5:11)
  3. Foodprogramvoltage (4:15)
  4. Sinescannerz (4:58)
Review: Given the label's soulful roots, it's perhaps a little surprising to find Eglo championing a wild, wonky, machine-made EP full of angular electro, IDM, house and techno fusions from debutant Destiny71z. It's apparently the first of three EPs from the little-known producer, who used modular kit and dusty analogue gear to create his unpredictable but undoubtedly brilliant electronic workouts. We're particularly enjoying the zany Autechre-does-two-step-garage flex of "Softbeta" and the weighty, bass-powered crankiness of the artist's self-titled track ("Destiny71z"), but the jazzy, sun-bright breeziness of "Foodprogramvoltage" is also superb, and arguably more in keeping with Eglo's eclectic-but-soulful ethos. Either way, an eye-opening EP that's well worth checking.
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Intérprete: Rocco Universal, M50
 in stock $10.27
Sex EP (12")
Cat: DET 1T. Rel: 04 Oct 19
  1. Wanna Make U (3:44)
  2. Addiction (4:52)
  3. 1999 (3:25)
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Cat: JPT 005. Rel: 16 Sep 19
  1. Keep Breakbeat Evil (5:48)
  2. HARDchip (6:06)
  3. SQ80 System (6:11)
  4. SQ80 System (Carl Finlow remix) (7:26)
Review: Jupiter4 is an Argentinean record label founded by Dj Loui (now based in Berlin) that has presented releases by the likes of Steve Murphy, Vin Sol and Vincent Floyd among others in the past - but it's all about him on the label's fifth release. Jam packed with tough and gritty electro jams that reek of hardware, feel the high-power sonic waves of the appropriately titled "Keep Breakbeat Evil", until he goes off-kilter with the contorted "HARDchip". Flip over for the bass heavy dystopia of "SQ80 System" on the flip, which receives a rework by one of the undisputed masters of the electro sound, Carl Finlow - respect!
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Nuances De Nuit Vol 1 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NUIT 001. Rel: 16 Sep 19
  1. DJ Steaw - "Vertigo" (6:01)
  2. Armless Kid - "Untitled" (5:49)
  3. T Jacques - "Context" (5:51)
  4. E Wan - "Twice" (6:44)
Review: New label Nuances de Nuit kick off in fine style with a various artists 12" that draws on some emergent names to lay out a vision of cross-style dance music that favours the deeper end of the pool. Things get going with an organ-rich house bumper from DJ Steaw that pumps in all the right places, before Armless Kid switches things up with an untitled slice of dynamic, richly layered electro. T. Jacques thumps out a crafty, swinging cut with techy inclinations and oodles of groove, and E. Wan takes things in a more linear, deep techno direction laden with gorgeous synth work and plenty of artful effects processing.
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  1. De Ton Absence (single version) (5:19)
  2. De Ton Absence (Timothy J Fairplay remix) (6:26)
Review: Electronic Leatherette continue their trips into the ethereal and seductive world of minimal wave with this new single from label founders Dmitry Distant and Arnaud Lazlaud. "De Ton Absence" is an artfully sculpted synth ballad bathed in reverb and Lazlaud's dreamy vocals - the end result is something both yearning and sinister, like the best minimal wave should be. On the flip, the balladry gets a shot of pure adrenaline as Timothy J Fairplay creates a taut, feisty electro belter out of the raw ingredients for a remix that should find favour with more uptempo dancefloors.
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Cat: GUDU 002. Rel: 01 Oct 19
  1. CJ Vibe (7:29)
  2. DXIOO (5:21)
  3. Don't You Wanna Play? (5:43)
  4. 110 Series (4:20)
Review: After launching the Gudu label with a superb EP of her own productions, Peggy Gou has recruited Ed Upton AKA DMX Krew - one of the most reliable producers in the house and techno scene - to handle release number two. Upton is in fine form from the off, sprinting his way through the atmospheric late night chords, garage style organ motifs, bustling acid lines and jacking drums of opener "CJ Vibe". He moves further towards vintage Motor City techno territory on the lusciously melodious but percussively punchy peak-time skip of "DXIOO", before reaching for the boogie synths and proto-house drums on futurist electrofunk number "Don't You Wanna Play?". To round things off, Upton brilliantly dips the tempo and layers up spacey melodies over classic analogue bass on "110 Series".
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Intérprete: Benjamin Fröhlich
 in stock $9.29
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