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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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  1. Aux 88 - "Phantom Power" (7:54)
  2. Blak Tony - "Holla Holla" (3:32)
  3. Posatronix - "Pure Techno Sound" (5:50)
  4. DJ K-1 - "Erase The Time" (6:36)
Review: From the minds of Direct Beat and Detroit Bass Classics, comes the first initial compilation of electro/techno heat. "Electro In The Key Of Detroit Vol 1" presents 4 proven dance floor dope and record crate staples that provide the hungry ears of masses the groove to move. A Side features two sure-fire steppers - a rare AUX 88 voyage entitled "Phantom Power" and Blak Tony's tempo-pushing "Holla Holla" finally see the light of day on this wax collectable, giving praise to Motor City footwork culture. On the flip, DJ K-1's "Erase The Time" rocked the airwaves and global clubs with its signature thumping style laced beneath alien-like melody and repetitive vocal structure while Posatronix's mutant-rhythm mantra, "Pure Techno Sound" pulls the weight of Detroit's street dance roots down to the origin of how to boogie in space. This collection of re-issued jams and new explorations is the must-have for the electro/techno & bass aficionado.
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HEARSE 001 (screen-printed 12" sleeve limited to 300 copies)
Cat: HEARSE 001. Rel: 21 May 19
  1. Si Begg & Neil Landstrumm - "The Pusher (M)" (3:59)
  2. The Exaltics - "00045.00.2" (3:53)
  3. Amato - "Sueur Et Poussiere" (6:13)
  4. DJ Overdose - "Industry Repeats" (4:55)
Review: As ways to introduce a new label go, this first outing from Hearse is pretty special. It's something of an all-star affair, with cuts from scene stalwarts and a lovely screen-printed sleeve. To kick things off, old pals Neil Landstrumm and Si Begg join forces on talkbox-sporting ja, "The Pusher (M)", where bleeping melodies and intergalactic electronics cluster around a mind-altering electro groove. The Exaltics offer up a razor-sharp slab of arpeggio-driven 4/4 electro insanity ("00045.00.2"), while Amato smothers an EBM/industrial funk style beat in foreboding electronic riffs and suitably wonky modular motifs. It's left to DJ Overdose to close proceedings, something he does in style via the distorted drums and mangled electronics of industrial electro workout "Industry Repeats".
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Cong Burn 05 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CB 05. Rel: 01 Jul 19
  1. Chekov - "Math" (Squared mix) (5:26)
  2. Doppelate - "Rreal" (5:59)
  3. Camin - "Duct" (4:37)
  4. Howes - "BED" (6:07)
Review: On the A1 Chekov follows up their moves on Peach Discs and Timedance with a proper peak timer, they've been described by Ben UFO as 'king of the build up' and that's evident on this one. At the A2 London's Doppelate makes their Cong Burn debut with an elegant tech-house roller. Fresh from Russia's underground is Camin, on this, his debut 12" release he drops a useful tool which squeezes between electro and techno. Cong Burn founder Howes closes the B side with some warm hypnosis that could have landed in the golden era of Workshop.




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Cat: HOBO 008. Rel: 15 Jan 18
  1. Cherushii - "The Industrial City" (7:56)
  2. Nackt - "Next" (5:47)
  3. Roche - "One For Cherushii" (8:01)
  4. David Last - "All That's Left" (feat Lavender - dance mix) (5:51)
Review: Besides its inimitable name, Hobo Camp has had a pretty unbeatable first few years in the game, switching up the electro sound with shades of loopy house and techno. These guys have released over two dozen EPs since 2016, and are showing no signs of stopping if this new collaborative release is anything to by! Pumping the vibes through with utter ease, Run The Length Of Your Wilderness is a daring, rip-roaring amalgamation of tech-driven sounds that span just about every quality corner of the game. "The Industrial City", from Cherushii, moans and weeps with a fragile acid bassline over broken percussion beats, while Nackt's "Next" floats at a house tempo, driven forwards by a winding bass from the darkest corners of the 4/4 game. On the flip, Roche's "One For Cherushii" bigs up his counterpart with a deep, aqueous house chugger, and David Last's "All That's Left" drops a clean, sparkly prog house groover for the lovers.
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Cat: SUCTION 039. Rel: 21 Jun 17
  1. Somewhere In Time (6:37)
  2. Ro-hn (5:10)
  3. Skrakt (3:20)
  4. Diagram XI (3:58)
  5. Diagram VII (Milk mix) (5:43)
  6. Diagram VII (80's mix) (5:22)
Review: Brothers Fabio and Marco D'Arcangelo can trace their roots back to Rome's industrial techno revolution of the early 1990s, but are arguably best known for their frequent outings on Rephlex. This EP originally came out on Richard D James and Grant Wilson-Claridge's imprint way back in 1996, when they were still beginning their musical journey. It remains a blisteringly good six-tracker, with highlights including the raw, Aphex Twin-influenced "Somewhere in Time", the guttural, fuzz-drenched post-electro rhythms and Kraftwerk bleeps of "Diagram VII (Milk Mix)", and the pleasingly skuzzy industrial hip-hop of "Skrakt". Arguably best of all, though, is the shimmering "80s Mix" of "Diagram 7", which recasts the track as a melodic chunk of funk-fuelled electro.
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Cat: GIRADA 04. Rel: 30 May 18
  1. Reflections (8:12)
  2. Escaping Societies (6:17)
  3. Detroit 313 (7:01)
  4. Sources Of Light (6:59)
Review: Girada Unlimited is the new label run by Spanish DJ Julian Perez (Father & Sons Productions) and he presents the label's fourth release here - by someone other than himself. Dennis Pors & Stephan de Bruijn are D&S, with previous releases on Arts Ltd and Orbis X - so you can get an idea of where they are coming from. The Sources Of Light EP is best described by the label itself as 'a timeless musical journey.. with all the right Detroit elements.' From the emotive hi-tech soul of "Reflections" and the deep electro bass of "Escaping Societies" on the A side, right through to their B side Robert Hood tribute brazenly titled "Detroit 313". The young Rotterdammers really show their potential on this brilliant EP.
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Cat: AF 024. Rel: 12 Sep 19
  1. Reckoning (4:24)
  2. Aria (4:38)
  3. Voidal (3:29)
  4. H2FSBF6 (4:07)
  5. Ephemeris (4:22)
Review: The force is strong in this electrifying new EP from DAED, who last appeared on this label in 2017 on a VA release. There are shades of IDM to his complex synths and melodies, while kinetic broken beat drum programming powers the tracks along. The mood is melancholic on "Aria" which is so frantic it feels like it might eat itself, "Voidal" has fizzing, icy textures that will tie you in knots before "H2FSBF6" really pulls of some impressive synth acrobatics. "Ephemeris" is the warp speed closer that tarps you in a gorgeous digital world.
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Intérprete: Tagwell Woods, M50, Ali Renault
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Cat: AOD 003. Rel: 20 Aug 19
  1. DAIF - "Another Version Of The Truth" (6:27)
  2. DAIF - "Devil" (5:21)
  3. DC EFX - "Expansionz" (6:07)
  4. DC EFX - "The Roller Express" (5:45)
Review: London-based retroverts Art Of Dark return with a wicked double header here for their third vinyl release. Antonin Hifda aka Daif takes up the A side, offering up the hardcore rave reductions of "Another Version Of The Truth" followed by the deep down Detroit styled electro beats of "Devil". On the flip, it's all about newcomers DC EFX who follow through with the electro bass vibe on the absolutely booming "Expansionz", before closing with the bass-driven acid techno "The Roller Express".
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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: THY 003. Rel: 15 Feb 17
  1. She Can't Love You (original mix) (6:37)
  2. She Can't Love You (Egyptian Lover mix) (6:28)
  3. Maxx E (6:38)
Review: Under the Danced Til Midnight alias, DJ Andy Anderson has always produced music that eschews easy categorization. His two previous 12" singles successfully blended elements of funk, soul, disco, hip-hop, house and Afrobeat. This madcap, all-that-counts-is-the-dancefloor feel is continued on "She Can't Love You", which laces Ijeoma's soulful, R&B style vocal over a backing track that variously doffs a cap to fuzzy funk, boogie, breakbeat and disco-house. Similar could be said about the more breakbeat-minded "Maxx E", which feels like a reworked instrumental dub of the title track. Speaking of reworks, the EPs's highlight is arguably Egyptian Lover's punchy electro remake of "She Can't Love You".
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AM PM (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GFEP 04. Rel: 19 Feb 18
  1. Das Ding - "Conun Drum" (4:39)
  2. Das Ding - "Life Is A Tool In The Hands Of Strangers" (4:04)
  3. DJ Overdose - "I See No Stars At Night" (4:16)
  4. DJ Overdose - "Potje Freaken" (4:55)
Review: The Go Finger label has been digging into the undergrowth of synthwave sounds and deviant electro for a few years now, more recently graduating from the tape scene to put out EPs of leftfield electronic adventures on wax. This EP in particular is quite something, calling on the vintage talents of Das Ding in all their eerie, warped, pulsing, analogue refinement. "Conun Drum" is a curiously playful trip through noirish cityscapes by way of strobing lead lines and militaristic machine beats, while "Life Is A Tool In The Hands Of Strangers" takes a more uptempo approach without losing the bombast of their melodic arrangements. Dutch electro champ DJ Overdose steps up for the B side, dropping the overcast and creeping "I See No Stars At Night" and the dishevelled robot beatdown "Potje Freaken".
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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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Datawave (12")
Cat: NATURAL 016. Rel: 17 Oct 18
  1. Hidden Outpost (5:33)
  2. Stellar Wind (5:10)
Review: Datawave is the project of Brussels based Gaetan Votion, who returns to Natural Sciences for the first time since 2017's "Submersion" - which was featured on their V/A Future Works Vol 3 compilation. Taking up where he left off last time, Votion explores the dark and dystopian realms of electro bass on this self-titled EP, taking the best of the genre's classic aesthetic, while delivering a stylish and contemporary edge. From the A side's introverted and futuristic thriller "Hidden Outpost", through to the high energy workout of "Stellar Wind" on the flip, this certainly proves to be one of the week's highlights in our electro releases.
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Implant EP (12")
Cat: VTX 011. Rel: 06 Sep 19
  1. Implant (3:21)
  2. Immune Compound (5:04)
  3. Hybrid Structure (6:41)
  4. Proceed (5:59)
  5. Thin Line (5:41)
Review: We're always keen to hear from Berlin label Vortex Traks. This 11th offering sees them eschew their recent run of Various Artists EPs to instead focus on five cuts from Datawave. The Belgian artist's sound operates in some distant galaxy, watched over by his forebearers such as Dopplereffekt and Drexciya. Crashing hits open "Implant" before a serrated lead signals ready for takeoff. The intensity only ramps up through the warp speed synths of "Immune Compound" and corrugated bass rumbles of "Hybrid Structure". "Proceed" is the most alien of the lot, and "Thin Line" closes out on a mysterious vibe that will keep you coming back for more.
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Marie Davidson (limited pink vinyl 12" + MP3 download code with obi-strip)
Cat: HD 017. Rel: 08 Jun 18
  1. Ma Vie Sans Toi (4:12)
  2. La Vallee D'Or (3:27)
  3. L'unique (3:18)
  4. Esthetique Privee (3:42)
  5. Le Lieu Ou Vous Voulez Vous Rendre (4:40)
  6. A L'interieur (7:01)
Review: Though now famed as a top-drawer live performer with a string of acclaimed albums to her name, there was a time when Marie Davidson's music was less widely appreciated. In fact, when this eponymous EP first appeared on cassette in 2013, she was pretty much unknown. As you'd expect, it's perhaps a little more lo-fi than some of her more recent work, but that's what makes the EP so appealing. Check, for example, the sleazy vocals, distant drum hits and cascading melodies of creepy opener "Ma Vie Sans Moi", the unsettling lead lines, ricocheting cymbal hits and powerful drone bassline of "L'unique" and the dystopian, high-tempo minimal wave-goes-bleep techno trip that is "Le Lieu Ou Vous Voulez Vous Rendre"; all three remain amongst Davidson's most arresting cuts to date.
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  1. Take The Shock Away (5:06)
  2. Take The Shock Away (Vox Low remix) (9:11)
  3. Take The Shock Away (Fred Berthet version) (5:26)
  4. Take The Shock Away (Pete Herbert version) (5:56)
Review: La dame Noir is a Marseille-based label who first crept onto vinyl with a crucial various artists release back in 2016. Now they're back with more of that noirish modern disco deviance that made them an exciting proposition first time around. "Take The Shock Away" is a bittersweet groover by Dawad and label co-founder Relatif Yann, with pitch-perfect vocals by Mounissa which sounds strong on its own. The label however has drafted in a list of big hitters to deliver remixes, from Vox Low's synthwave laced trip to Pete Herbert's punchy electro-disco burner. Whichever version you plump for, the quality is undeniable on this surefooted 12".
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EP No 2 (12")
Cat: DE 237. Rel: 10 May 19
  1. His Name Is Fud (3:12)
  2. Frog Stoemp (3:06)
  3. Least Liked (3:31)
  4. Gras Sature (3:20)
  5. The Terrible Translation (3:41)
  6. Centipedes (3:37)
  7. Ebmeme (4:28)
Review: We are proud to present two new EPs from De Bons en Pierre, the duo of Beau Wanzer & Maoupa Mazzocchetti. Beau Wanzer spends the majority of his days sifting through paraffin embedded animal tissues and reading old issues of Fangoria, occasionally breaking his monotonous routine to record in various fits and bursts. As well as solo material, he is also in numerous projects including Streetwalker, Mutant Beat Dance, Civil Duty, and Corporate Park. Maoupa Mazzocchetti is the pseudonym of Florent Mazzocchetti, a French producer based in Brussels. His sonic vision is one which constantly straddles the line between wild experimentation and rhythmic compatibility, drawing influence from early concrete, 80's tape scene and Birmingham school techno. After working together on the 'Crepes' EP that we released in 2017, De Bons en Pierre reunited for a two day recording session in Brussels. The duo recorded 13 tracks that we've split across 2 EPs with 6 tracks on 'EP No. 1' and 7 tracks on 'EP No. 2'. Beau says, "We hooked everything up and just pushed play. We didn't really discuss much about the process....it was very 'spur of the moment'." The equipment set up included a Roland TR-808, TR-606, SH-101, CR-78, CR-8000, two Syncussions and effects. Each EP contains 25 minutes of dance floor perversions that tackle an array of rhythmic forms. Sludgy synths, serrated percussion and viscous distortion goops over leviathan rhythms. All songs are mastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley. 'EP No. 1' is housed in a sewage green jacket featuring a monster mask duo and spiky motifs designed by Florent Mazzocchetti, and 'EP No. 2' is radioactive orange with a different pair of monster masks.
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EP No 1 (12")
Cat: DE 236. Rel: 10 May 19
  1. Wrong Dose Nice Things (3:44)
  2. Pop Corn Sous Le Lit (4:48)
  3. Insect Repelent Company (3:34)
  4. No Cure For Cancer (4:26)
  5. A Very Bad Meal (4:16)
  6. The War Room (3:35)
Review: We are proud to present two new EPs from De Bons en Pierre, the duo of Beau Wanzer & Maoupa Mazzocchetti. Beau Wanzer spends the majority of his days sifting through paraffin embedded animal tissues and reading old issues of Fangoria, occasionally breaking his monotonous routine to record in various fits and bursts. As well as solo material, he is also in numerous projects including Streetwalker, Mutant Beat Dance, Civil Duty, and Corporate Park. Maoupa Mazzocchetti is the pseudonym of Florent Mazzocchetti, a French producer based in Brussels. His sonic vision is one which constantly straddles the line between wild experimentation and rhythmic compatibility, drawing influence from early concrete, 80's tape scene and Birmingham school techno. After working together on the 'Crepes' EP that we released in 2017, De Bons en Pierre reunited for a two day recording session in Brussels. The duo recorded 13 tracks that we've split across 2 EPs with 6 tracks on 'EP No. 1' and 7 tracks on 'EP No. 2'. Beau says, "We hooked everything up and just pushed play. We didn't really discuss much about the process....it was very 'spur of the moment'." The equipment set up included a Roland TR-808, TR-606, SH-101, CR-78, CR-8000, two Syncussions and effects. Each EP contains 25 minutes of dance floor perversions that tackle an array of rhythmic forms. Sludgy synths, serrated percussion and viscous distortion goops over leviathan rhythms. All songs are mastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley. 'EP No. 1' is housed in a sewage green jacket featuring a monster mask duo and spiky motifs designed by Florent Mazzocchetti, and 'EP No. 2' is radioactive orange with a different pair of monster masks.
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Alpha (Orgue Electronique mix) (limited 140 gram transparent yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: OA 006. Rel: 29 Jan 18
  1. Alpha (5:24)
  2. Dipper (3:41)
  3. I Can See It In My Dreams (5:49)
  4. Intervention (6:13)
  5. Cygnus (3:34)
  6. I Can See It In My Dreams (Orgue Electronique remix) (6:04)
  7. Outro (3:13)
Review: The ever-impressive Organic Analogue returns with another crucial excursion into seductive hardware jams from the deeper end of the electronic gene pool. Marvis Dee is an alias for Dutch electro champ Jeremiah R, and finds the promising upstart on impeccable form. There's something seedy in the air on killer opening jam "Alpha", while "Dipper" makes no bones about its classic, Drexciya-informed electro intentions. "I Can See It In My Dreams" is a wistful trip into Chicago house territory, which Orgue Electronique dutifully remixes in his warm, effervescent manner. With "Intervention" and "Cygnus" taking a deeper direction it's a record with depth to match the other excellent releases on OA, and one of the strongest sleeve designs we've seen in some time.
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Cat: SC&P 002. Rel: 08 May 17
  1. Disorder (5:07)
  2. Viideo Dreams (4:00)
  3. Unknown (4:53)
  4. Unknown (Bezier remix) (7:32)
  5. Disorder (The Field remix) (7:02)
Review: Junto Club kicked off Snap Crackle & Pop late last year, and now the label returns with the debut solo release from London-based outfit DEEDS. While Rollo and Kiri Inglis may have previously popped up on an obscure compilation on Anti-Ghost Moon Ray, this record should see their coldwave sound shoring up with many more adventurous listeners. "Video Dreams" is a beautifully melancholic slice of electronica while "Unknown" reaches for euphoric heights. Remixes from Bezier and The Field round the record out as a wonderful exercise in emotive home listening electronics for sensitive souls.
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Intérprete: Honey Soundsystem
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Stuck On The Border (140 gram double vinyl 12")
Cat: FN 007. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Stuck On The Border
  2. Downfall
  3. Ruse
  4. The Wanderer
  5. Time Trap
  6. Delusion Schedule
  7. Restless Legs
  8. Dub & Out
Review: Hailing from the fertile community they have built up around them in Bucharest, Delusion Men and their label Future Nuggets represent a very different twist on the contemporary Romanian electronic music scene. This album is a prime case in point, dealing in off-kilter wavey synths, intriguing rhythmic approaches and spooked out atmospheres that speak as much to the folkloric mystery of the East as any electronic traditions from other parts of the world. If you're drawn to music that sends you to exotic new places on the fringes of your imagination, then Stuck On The Border is the album for you.
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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
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Cat: PHLTRXXL 001. Rel: 12 Sep 19
  1. Baby Makin Music (4:14)
  2. Mothership Has Landed (4:05)
  3. No Strings Attached (3:35)
  4. Social Engineering (3:50)
Review: Prolific but underrated Motor City producer Detroit's Filthiest makes a comment on the falsehoods of society with his latest EP. But there is nothing fake about his talent: he manipulates his machines in compelling fashion here, pairing perfectly squelchy bass and synthetic synth textures with the most gorgeous and organic piano keys imaginable. "Baby Makin Music" is laden with romantic chords, while "Mothership Has Landed" is more edgy and unsettled. On the flip, "No Strings Attached" is a playful and jazzy electro cut that makes way for the equally excellent "Social Engineering". In these times of electro trendiness, this EP still manages to stand out.
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Scientia (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BAREC 008. Rel: 29 Apr 19
  1. Dexterous Numerics - "Epiphany" (6:56)
  2. Dexterous Numerics - "Isolationism" (5:43)
  3. Lectromagnetique - "Melitopol" (5:23)
  4. Davide Piras - "Arcade" (5:10)
  5. DVS NME - "Song For The Doomed" (4:43)
Review: Latvian label Blind Allies have been on a roll since first committing to their various artists series to wax two years ago. On their latest release, the A side is given over to UK producer Dexterous Numerics, who offers up two tracks of dark and emotive electro heavy on leads and atmospherics. On the flip, Lectromagnetique takes a freakier turn into sparse, dungeon-ready acid electro that should appeal to fans of Bunker Records et al. Davide Piras has a lighter touch on "Arcade" that draws from the Drexciya school of thought, and DVS NME's "Song For The Doomed" rolls out an expressive strain of braindance as considered as it is punchy.
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Cat: SUCTION 036. Rel: 17 Nov 15
  1. Work Terminal (4:18)
  2. Work Terminal (OH revision) (6:53)
  3. Work Terminal (Solvent version) (7:11)
  4. Work Terminal (Metro Tekno version) (6:31)
Review: Digital Poodle are one of those outfits from the 1980's who happened to stumble onto techno by accident, focusing on making deadly, driving songs rather than fitting into a genre or style. Alongside them there are the likes of Psychik Warriors Ov Goia and a few others, but this stuff is pretty damn hard to come by, and releases like this are few and far between. The impressive Suction label out of Canada has decided to reissue their "Work Terminal" tune - a screeching, venomous bit of screamo EBM - backed by a trio of remixes. OH transform "Work Terminal" into a more direct techno bullet with subtle swarms of the original's screams, while Solvent give it a more aggressive reshape a-la electro. It's the Metro Tekno version that gets our attention, though, and those heavy percussion patterns must surely be total winners on the sound system.
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Intérprete: Ali Renault, Trenton Chase
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VARVET 003 (12")
Cat: VARVET 003. Rel: 19 Sep 17
  1. Track 1 (4:51)
  2. Track 2 (5:20)
  3. Track 3 (5:10)
  4. Track 4 (4:27)
Review: Having taken the summer off - presumably to recharge their batteries - the robots behind Germany's Varvet label are back. For the label's third release they've enlisted debutants Disabled, a production duo comprising Stockholm's Cynthia Stern and veteran techno producer Tobias Schmidt (Tresor, Vivod, Don't etc.). There's a real "full throttle" feature to the untitled opener, whose fizzing electro synths seemingly buzz around a slamming techno groove. "Track 2" sees them reaching for surging analogue sub-bass, ghostly electronic melodies and jacking 4/4 beats, while "Track 3" is a panicked romp through angular electro pastures. Wisely, they allow listeners a bit of a breather in the shape of closer "Track 4", a far more becalmed chunk of ghostly, horror-influenced deep electro.
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Cat: 0006 AD. Rel: 15 Aug 17
  1. Shut The Lites Off (7:50)
  2. The Funk (4:39)
  3. The Haunting (4:30)
Review: Reissue anthem alert!! Another Day drop DJ Bone's early material from Metroplex back onto vinyl with this tasty reincarnation of the 1999 juggernaut. When this badboy first came out, no one was doing percussion the same way as Bone, with tunes like "Shut The Lites Off" capable of destroying any dance floor with its sublime balance of harmonies and hard beats. "The Funk" offered new and curious shades of electro madness to the scene - a cocktail which still sounds fresh now - and "The Haunting" smashes out the funky techno for warehouse use.
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Aliens Revolution EP (limited coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: DA 002. Rel: 13 May 13
  1. Aliens N Effect
  2. Alien (instrumental)
  3. Alien (dub)
  4. Armada (DJ Maaco remix)
Review: Two of Detroit's most influential movers and shakers, it's about time Di'jital and Maaco enjoyed some of the limelight usually taken up the city's larger than life DJ characters. Here we find them brewing up the clippy, clicky classic electro groove "Aliens N Effect". Uptempo and nagging with a deadly scratchy riff, it's an instant bodypopper. Comes complete with an instrumental, a dub and a technicolour revisitation of Di'Jital's 2006 workout "Armada."
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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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Cat: CR 013. Rel: 26 Sep 18
  1. Night Dreamers (6:46)
  2. Space Call (6:45)
  3. Simulaq (7:08)
Review: According to the team behind Catch, DJ Najaora is an emerging talent from Georgia dedicated to establishing his own take on left-of-centre techno and electro. This debut EP shows plenty of promise, with opener "Night Dreamers" delivering just the right balance of vintage electro rhythms, spacey chords, psychedelic electronics and far-sighted flourishes. It's joined on the A-side by the deeper and warmer electro shuffle of "Space Call", which remains dreamy and woozy despite the presence of TB-303 style acid lines that build in psychedelic intensity throughout. Perhaps the most impressive of the lot, though, is B-side "Simulaq", a formidably bass-heavy affair that peppers a rock solid electro groove with all manner of wild electronics, computer bleeps and mind-altering modular motifs.
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Intérprete: Tagwell Woods
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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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Cognition (12")
Cat: LP 07. Rel: 12 May 15
  1. Acetylcholine (6:31)
  2. Dendrite (4:44)
  3. ErbB4 (4:56)
  4. ErbB4 (Kon001 remix) (6:58)
Review: It's hard to find fault with anything by Detroit stalwart DJ Stingray. The Motor City veteran rarely puts a foot wrong, regardless of whether he's focusing on futurist techno or blistering, Drexciya-influenced electro. This EP for Lower Parts delivers the best of both worlds. On one hand, you have the stargazing bounce, undulating bassline, and shuffling 4/4 rhythms of "eRbB4" (also impressively remixed in an alien, Rotterdam electro style by Kon001), and the driving techno intensity of "Acetylocholine". On the other, there's "Denddrite", a ghetto-tech and footwork inspired electro blast that contrasts hissing rhythms with yearning, stretched-out chords.
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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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No Return Vol 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 008. Rel: 11 Dec 17
  1. Dmitry Distant - "El Carmel"
  2. Neud Photo - "Indeks"
  3. Antoni Maiovvi - "The Dig"
Review: Helena Hauff's label is back, this time presenting a various artists 12" that heralds the start of the No Return series. The release starts on a mystical bent with the Eastern-tinged death electro of "El Carmel", sounding ripe for a Hague-friendly warm-up session. Neud Photo then take over with a dystopian trip through rich synth tones coloured in dark hues for the bleakest of robotic fantasies. Antoni Maiovvi fills the B-side with the slow grinding bombast of "The Dig", bleeding out a noirish take on coldwave for the darkest hearts to swoon to.
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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
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  1. DMX Krew - "Astro Logical"
  2. Sandrow M - "Prayervan" (live version)
  3. Jacob Korn - "Eieiei"
  4. Drvg Culture - "See You Again Someday"
Review: While the title evokes images of the Uncanny Valley crew getting up to sitcom-style scrapes while bumbling around Germany in a rickety old bus, there's an altogether simpler explanation for the Uncanny Vacation tag. Basically, it's a hook-up between the Dresden label and their pals from Munich's Permanent Vacation imprint, featuring tracks from both camps. Musically, there are plenty of thrills on offer, from the looped deep house-disco of Jacob Korn's "Eieiei" and bodypoppin' electro-meets-classic Italo of DMX Krew's "Astro Logical", to the woozy, almost Balearic analogue deep house of Drvg Culture's winding "See You Again Someday". It's as off-kilter but on-point as you'd expect. We'd still think the bus trip idea is a goer, mind.
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Cat: KISSA 02. Rel: 14 Jul 15
  1. So Long For A Small Storm (3:58)
  2. Opus Dreams (2:08)
  3. So Long For A Small Storm (Rudolf Klorzeiger remodel) (4:25)
Review: Spacer lady Dollska (nee Dollskabeat) gets busy on her on own Kissa imprint with two beautifully spacious journeys into modern cosmic. "So Long For A Small Storm" rolls unhurriedly with a Morgan Geist feel to the beats and groove while "Opus Dreams" takes us deeper into the stars again as stretched out synths charm and alarm in equal measure as we find ourselves floating freefall with no apparent start, middle, or end. For added floor-fire head straight for Rudolf Klorzeiger's devilishly Detroitian remix where the beats are sharpened by classic 80s electro drama.
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Auf Weidersehen (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: MOJ 08. Rel: 29 Jan 19
  1. Instrumento (11:07)
  2. Tschuss (6:34)
  3. Gerogliftko (7:41)
Review: The latest audio missive from the My Own Jupiter camp brings together debutant Nicholas Lutz (here using the previously unused Draculas Lutz alias) and former CABARET Recordings producer Omar Chibarro. They pair begins proceedings with arresting A-side "Instrumento", a bold, bass-heavy and angular electro jam packed with mind-altering acid lines and shimmering, deep space motifs. They change tack on the flipside, accompanying snappy, organ-laced NYC garage bumper "Tschuss" with the hybrid acid-jack/spacey house bluster of quality closer "Gerogliftko". While stylistically varied, the EP's three tracks are united by an attractive looseness that only emphasizes the thrillingly wayward nature of the duo's otherworldly electronics.
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Cat: BAR 014. Rel: 11 Sep 17
  1. The Styx Swamp (5:29)
  2. The Styx Swamp (Perseus Traxx remix) (6:29)
  3. Sailing The Nether Waterways (5:46)
  4. Gray Slope (5:55)
Review: Italian electro expert Heinrich Dressel returns after recent offerings for fellow Romans Mannequin, electronique.it and MinimalRome. This time for Zagreb based Barba, who've served up some great ones recently by the likes of Alex Cortex, Aubrey and Gosub. "The Styx Swamp" is classic electro vibes with a good injection of funk for added dancefloor dynamic. Label mate Perseus Traxx does a great job on the remix up next. On the flip, it's more of a classic, Larry Heard /Chicago deep house vibe on "Sailing The Nether Waterways" until that dark bassline comes rushing in, of course! Finally "Gray Slope" sounds very familiar.. even if it isn't. Maybe because it just channels that good ol' Drexciya and Dopplereffekt vibe so well: and that's a compliment.
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The Orbitants 2 (translucent red vinyl 12")
Cat: FUME 010. Rel: 02 Jul 19
  1. Heinrich Dressel - "Sem Intro" (3:29)
  2. Galaxian - "Source Reality" (4:50)
  3. Foreign Sequence - "Negative Vibe" (5:00)
  4. Lake Haze - "System Glitch" (4:19)
  5. Jensen Interceptor - "Faceless" (5:49)
Review: With this sequel to December's brilliant, compilation style "The Orbitant" EP, FU ME boss George K is spoiling us. With a high quality threshold and five varied cuts to enjoy, it offers excellent value for money for clued-up electro DJs. Heinrich Dressel sets the scene via some wonderfully spacey, widescreen ambient electronica ("Sem Intro"), before Galaxian wraps 1990 style Yorkshire bleeps and fizzing, minor key electronics around a booming bassline and ghetto-tech style drums on "Source Reality". Foreign Sequence's throbbing, acid-laden "Negative Vibe" sits somewhere between surging Italo-disco and pulsating electro, while Lake Haze's "System Glitch" combines creepy, deep space electronics and ragged acid lines with a rolling electro groove. Arguably best of all though is the mutant funk overload that is Jenson Interceptor's techno/electro fusion workout "Faceless".
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Cat: TRESOR 137. Rel: 25 Apr 19
  1. Quantum Hydrodynamics (1:19)
  2. Polymono Plexusgel (3:10)
  3. Lost Vessel (5:52)
  4. Species On The Pod (3:38)
  5. Drifting Into a Time Of No Future (3:50)
  6. Devil Ray Cove (2:53)
Review: In the face of all those Clone reissue compilations, Tresor are doing the right thing and digging into their own archive of seminal aquatic machine funk from Detroit electro legends Drexciya, and stepping up with the Hydro Doorways EP is the kind of power move that most labels can only dream of being able to make. From the cinematic drama of "Quantum Hydrodynamics" to the textbook boogie down synth abandon of "Polymono Plexusgel", not forgetting the heavy-on-the-one throwdown of "Lost Vessel" or the alien gurgles and peppy pace of "Species On The Pod", or the... oh you know the drill. This is timeless, essential business for anyone that takes electronic music seriously.
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Digital Tsunami (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: TRESOR 182. Rel: 07 Aug 19
  1. Digital Tsunami (6:22)
  2. Aquatic Cataclysm (5:23)
  3. The Plankton Organisation (6:10)
  4. Birth Of New Life (6:22)
Review: Although Clone's series of remastered Drexciya retrospectives are excellent, it's nice that Tresor have decided to reissue the majority of material the Detroit pair released through the Berlin label in its original format. This way you get the music in the manner Donald and Stinson originally intended. The four tracks on Digital Tsunami were drawn from the same recording sessions that resulted in the sublime Drexciyan document Harnessing The Storm and thankfully got pressed on an addendum 12" after not making the cut for the double LP. With Tresor having just reissued Harnessing The Storm it seems only fair Digital Tsunami should be granted the same treatment. Some 13 years after it's original release and all the music here still sounds like it was drawn from the future, with Donald and Stinson excelling at rapid fire bursts of abstract subaquatic electro, such as towering highlight "The Plankton Organisation".
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Cat: MFM 026. Rel: 08 Nov 17
  1. Skin 'N' Bones (5:15)
  2. Dub Oven (4:24)
  3. Millions Of Sensations (4:09)
Review: You'd be forgiven for being unfamiliar with the work of short-lived San Francisco band Dub Oven. After all, they only released one 12" single way back in 1983, and that was a self-released, private-press affair. Happily, the dusty-fingered diggers behind Music From Memory are big fans and here offer up a re-mastered reissue. Amazingly, each of the three tracks explores different sonic territory. Contrast, for example, the Tom Tom Club-goes-synth-funk eccentricity of lead cut "Skin 'n' Bones" and "Dub Oven", a thrillingly spaced-out chunk of no-wave/electro fusion that sounds like it could have been beamed down from another universe. Then there's closer "Millions of Sensations", which sits somewhere between Japanese new wave ambience and the post-punk funk of Bristolian outfits The Pop Group and Maximum Joy.
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FR DPX (yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: FR DPX. Rel: 12 Jul 19
  1. ERP - "ZRX" (5:24)
  2. Duplex - "Molecular" (Ovatow Reclock) (8:08)
Review: Frustrated Funk's latest missive boasts cuts from two of electro's most reliable artists: Convextion man Gerard Hanson (under the deep electro E.R.P. guise) and Rotterdam scene stalwarts Duplex. Hanson handles the A-side, delivering a punchy, club-ready electro workout rich in intergalactic electronics, Egyptian Lover style synth flourishes and restless drum machine cowbells. Interestingly, it's a far bolder and retro-futurist affair than we've come to expect from the dreamy and emotion-rich E.R.P. project. Ironically, Duplex's atmospheric and spacey "Molecular (Ovatow Reclock)" is undeniably deep and sumptuous, matching Hanson's most melodious and evocative moments.
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Rogue Resistance (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: AR 002. Rel: 08 Apr 19
  1. Exzakt - "Clarity" (The Lethal Agent remix) (6:14)
  2. BFX - "Coma" (5:53)
  3. Proto - "Dark Data Dancing" (5:49)
  4. Danny Electro - "Part Man Part Machine" (6:03)
Review: Straight up electro-bass coming at you from Boca Raton, Florida here on Ascendant Recordings - run and operated by Lethal Agent (of Analog to Future). The label's second release is a riveting various artist EP, featuring some legends of the Florida scene such as West Palm Beach's Larry "Exzakt" McCormick who gets a serving of body-bashing dystopia by Lethal Agent himself on the remix of "Clarity". Get familiar with 'electrocore' via the devastating "Coma" by BFX before flipping over to side B to welcome the return of Danny Electro on the booming sci-fi aesthetics of "Part Man Part Machine". Tip!
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  1. Gilbert - "Illumination" (6:54)
  2. Mindless Evolving Objects - "Lunar Trace" (6:03)
  3. Datawave - "Ionic Pulse" (4:27)
  4. Zobol - "Scatterbrain" (5:29)
  5. Nikolay Sunak - "Dance & Cry Baby" (5:05)
Review: Distorted Sensory Perception is a new label emerging out of the Bristol underground to represent the deeper end of the techno and electro scene. The first release is a various artists affair that kicks off with the bold and expressive sound of rising talent Gilbert, last spotted on two excellent Innate releases. Mindless Evolving Objects takes a similar approach laden with harmonious pads and twinkling arps, while Datawave takes things in a darker direction without losing that melodic nous. Label founder Zobol has an emotive bent in his track "Scatterbrain," and Nikolay Sunak completes the set with the illustrious "Dance & Cry Baby."
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 in stock $9.18
  1. Hinode - "Mission4" (6:23)
  2. Ngly & Exterminador - "Broken Flowers" (7:06)
  3. DJ Nephil - "Codex" (4:47)
  4. Exterminador - "Alien Landscapes" (4:48)
Review: In some ways, And Silently Vanish Away is an odd title for an EP packed with tracks that linger long in the memory. Certainly, electro heads will appreciate the heavy 808 hits, droning bass and fluttering, deep space electronics of Exterminador's brilliant "Alien Soundscapes", not to mention the trippy, delay-laden vocal samples, warped hardware melodies and scuttling drum machine rhythms of NGLY and Exterminador's "Broken Flowers". We're big fans, too, of Hinode's bustling, razor-sharp opener "Mission4" - the kind of track that would leap out of a DJ mix and send you rushing online to find out its identity - and the fuzzy, dust-encrusted techno hum of DJ Nephil's hypnotic "Codex".
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Soundscape Versions 03 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: SVER 03. Rel: 01 Aug 19
  1. Kintaro 89 - "Datei Jazz 500" (6:02)
  2. Faune - "Mib/Andis" (5:53)
  3. Arian Alexander - "By Dawn" (5:44)
  4. Douala - "180117" (6:28)
Review: Soundscape Versions delivers its third edition of the various artists series and offers four effective cuts between subtle house breaks, acid house, electro and atmospheric techno. Featuring Kintaro 89, Faune, Arian Alexander and Douala.
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  1. Marshall Applewhite - "Better Do Not" (4:04)
  2. Forehard - "Rhythm Device" (6:07)
  3. Das Ding - "Analog Devices" (6:54)
  4. VCS2600 - "Modular Deivce" (4:29)
Review: The tenth missive on Vortex Traks is full to bursting with tasty treats. As with many of the Berlin-based imprint's previous outings, it's a multi-artist affair. Marshall Applewhite kicks things off via the deep electro/dusty IDM fusion of "Better Do Not", where eight-bit electronics and undulating acid-style motifs rise above a crunchy beat, before Forehard attempts to batter dancefloors into submission via the full-throttle, Klakson-style Rotterdam electro filth of "Rhythm Device". Das Ding invites us to party in deep space via the high-tempo beats and swirling, some would say psychedelic electronics of "Analog Devices", before VCS2600 serves up some seriously punchy, acid-fired electro ("Modular Device").
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Intérprete: Vincent Inc, Tagwell Woods
 in stock $9.44
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