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Cuerpo A Cuerpo
Cat: PCLUB 019. Rel: 08 Apr 24
Cuerpo A Cuerpo (4:37)
Cuerpo A Cuerpo (dub mix) (5:05)
Cuerpo A Cuerpo (Radioactive Man remix) (5:52)
Cuerpo A Cuerpo (Sansibar remix) (5:43)
Review: A rare case of a demo email turned release, as riser AR:MG from Mexico City delivers fresh new cut 'Cuerpo A Cuerpo' on 12", replete with a dub remix and follow-up takes by Radioactive Man and Sansibar on the B. 'Cuerpo A Cuerpo' is a reflective booty bass shoulder-sway, most notably topped off by its Latin femme-to-masc vocal line and slow transition into an exaggeratedly extraterrestrial build towards the end of its four minute runtime.
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 in stock $16.42
The Best EP
Cat: ALT 006. Rel: 19 Apr 24
Night Dreaming (6:05)
Satisfy (5:57)
The Best (6:32)
Crash Landing On Nimas (feat Diego Santana) (6:33)
Intérprete: DJ Mau Mau
 in stock $18.80
Mizuage (2xLP)
Cat: SAT 036. Rel: 22 Dec 06
Schlag Prallt (Auf remix)
In Technology We Trust
Starfoce Exodus
Don't Worry You Won't Dissolve
Meta Delta
Works Original
Tin Can
Review: The roots of their music is a blend of 70's funk and early 80's hip-hop with synthesizer technology. Their long awaited LP is complete, blazing a path into the future with floor-burning electro tunes.
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 in stock $13.24
Blotter Trax 2.0
Cat: FR 045. Rel: 22 Feb 19
Track 1 (11:24)
Track 2 (5:55)
Track 3 (7:10)
 in stock $11.12
Dataverse EP
Cat: DMA 001. Rel: 12 Mar 24
DR Esse
Running Around (3:08)
Slam Jam
Review: The Italian duo Data Memory Access has already made some waves with the first handful of their releases and The Dataverse EP is filled with excellent futuristic dance music that gives a nod to 90s sounds. The pulsating electro techno of 'DR Ease' is primed for dancefloor destruction. The melody addition combines with the acid line together is pure aural ecstasy. The upbeat straight forward sounds of 'Running Around' is very refreshing, bringing back some fun back to techno. 'Slam Jam' furthers with a Kraftwerk-type sound that will work with the older and younger fans of electronic music. Lastly, 'Atmosphere' just might be the dark horse of the EP with this slammin' otherworldly cut. Data Memory Access is bringing the fun back to techno with these energetic dancefloor bombs.
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 in stock $16.42
Paranoik Android EP
Cat: RUD 001. Rel: 27 Feb 24
Take Control Of Your Shit (7:28)
Technology (7:55)
Paranoik Android (7:39)
Dolphins (6:08)
 in stock $14.57
Chemistry Forever
Chemistry Forever (hand-numbered LP + poster limited to 300 copies)
Cat: KOM 012. Rel: 28 Mar 24
Yo Swagger! (3:13)
Munchies (4:45)
Off The Dime (3:04)
Beep Me (3:54)
But The World Won't Break Me (feat TripSixVivo) (3:06)
Yawn!! (0:20)
Fat Ketchup (feat Speckman) (1:04)
Kein Problem (feat Vitus04 & Kaba) (2:08)
Bottom Line (2:46)
The Techno DJ Superstar Conspiracy (skit) (2:55)
Poster Man (2:59)
Continuity (3:19)
Speith Keith (feat Dainell Aiken & Jonas Gersema Trio) (1:48)
Eyo Swagger (2:18)
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Alien Dancer EP
Cat: MUOVO 03. Rel: 11 Mar 24
Alien Dancer (Sandu vocal mix) (7:14)
Alien Dancer (Cristian Croce remix) (6:50)
Is Coming From Space (6:34)
ADHD Sweetshit (7:25)
 in stock $18.28
Natural Selection
Cat: NRTR 001. Rel: 05 Apr 24
Natural Selection (6:15)
Deactivation (6:34)
Terminus (End mix) (6:13)
Prewire (5:14)
 in stock $14.57
Cat: CCC 035LP. Rel: 13 Dec 18
Future Tone (5:52)
Perpetual Motion (6:27)
Japanese Elecktronics (6:14)
Check Mate (4:51)
Mystery World (5:04)
Silicon Valley (4:14)
Midnight Drive (5:51)
Thermo Science (6:45)
Stun Gun (5:36)
Floatation (5:51)
Time Tunnel (4:01)
Review: Since its initial release on Warp Records in 1995, the Elecktroids sole album has become one of the most sought-after electro sets around, with original vinyl copies changing hands for vast sums online. This is with good reason, of course: not only is "Elektroworld" a brilliant album, but also the (un-credited) work of the late, great Drexciya member James Stimson. The set itself is a tribute to Kraftwerk, with Stimson and his mysterious associates delivering ear-catching blends of punchy, "Computerworld" style electro beats, funky basslines, spacey sounds, ear-catching melodies and, on some of the eleven tracks, vocals. It's much more "pop" than your average Drexciya-related project - in terms of its' richness, warmth and accessibility, at least - but still weighty enough to sound suitably heavy on club soundsystems.
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Cat: SAT 017CD. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Close Encounters
Get Ghetto
Pit Lounge Eur
Rhythmus Machine
Crack In The Sun
Illusion Mode
 in stock $9.27
Second Wave EP (remixes)
Cat: SATRX 004. Rel: 12 Nov 05
Second Wave (Tipper remix) (5:31)
Second Wave (Uprokk remix) (5:46)
Second Wave (EMS's remix) (5:41)
Second Wave (Imatron Voima remix) (6:04)
Review: Exzact is one of URB's top 100. Four remixes from four corners of the world. Tipper, Uprokk, EMS and Imatron Voima mixing it up for the Rx sub-label.
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Intérprete: M50
 in stock $6.89
Electrobass Vol 1
Electrobass Vol 1 (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: ELECTROBASSVOL 1. Rel: 13 Dec 23
Ten Dolla$ (ExzaktMix) (5:16)
Real MF'ing G's (D.O.H.Mix) (4:04)
UnderstandMe (BFXMIX) (4:13)
Falling Love (ExzaktMix) (5:06)
Review: Miami electro pusher Exzakt is one of the masterminds behind the latest incarnation of the Miami bass sound, which has seen much of a rebranding over the years since it's late 80s and early 90s inception. On 'Electrobass Vol. 1', Exzakt and his ilk DOH and BFX continue represent the genre's nascent cybernetic turn, combining the genre's originally booty-bassy call-and-response kitsch with more synthetic robotized elements. As is essential to Exzakt's craft, this is a limited-edition hand-numbered record, so if you want your exclusive mitts on hip-electro alarmers such as 'UnderstandMe' (the highlight on this one) then you'd better act fast.
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 in stock $18.28
Promise Of Technology
Cat: SAT 022. Rel: 25 Nov 04
Promise Of Technology
Feezie's Gonna Funk You
 in stock $6.89
Work It EP
Work It EP (limited 12")
Cat: RMCE 021. Rel: 26 Jun 23
Mordax (6:35)
The Multicoloured Mind (6:41)
It's All Pam's (Marseille) (6:27)
Into Week Two (6:27)
Review: Two years ago, UK techno mainstay Gabriel made his bow on Rawax's Motor City Edition series with an EP of cuts drawn from his seemingly endless archive of unreleased gems. We're not sure whether the four tracks on this belated sequel are old and new, but they're certainly timeless-sounding and impressively deep. Check first 'Mordax', an impeccable mixture of Motor City star-gazing and analogue deep house blessed with a ridiculously good bassline, before admiring the sun-splashed warmth of 'The Multicoloured Mind', where jazzy piano motifs, sustained synth-strings and warming chords dance atop a loose-limbed house-not-house beat. Over on the B-side 'It's All Pam's (Marseille)' is another gorgeous chunk of ageless deep house bliss, while 'Into Week Two' sees Gabriel once again blur the boundaries between Detroit techno and futurist deep house tropes.
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 in stock $14.30
Mimesis EP
Cat: WLTD 008. Rel: 23 Oct 23
Top Music (4:36)
Midi Maze (4:42)
Venise Celeste (7:09)
Mimesis (4:36)
Intérprete: Tom Drew
 in stock $16.69
The Witch's Fingers EP
Cat: WS 003. Rel: 09 May 24
Jucid - "Essential To Our Life" (6:41)
Zuul - "Are You Neutralised?" (6:52)
Desiree Falessi - "Electro Samurai" (6:00)
Boheme - "Spiral" (6:42)
Review: White Scar's goal is to release EPs that feature a club ready track from four various artists on each. On the first side, Jucid's 'Essential To Our Life' is a futuristic and energetic synth heavy techno track that is sure to keep the crowd pumped up. Zuul's 'Are You Neutralised?' adds a bit of mysteriousness and drama to this sci-fi novel soundtrack. For the second side, Desiree Falessi's 'Electro Samurai' offers a dramatic 80s tinged techno sound complete with the perfect amount of tech while Boheme's 'Spiral' wraps up the EP with another science fiction track that adds some fun to the sound. Overall, four superb examples of retro sounding techno with a bit of a trance and electro feel within.
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 in stock $14.30
Astro Twin EP
Cat: MOTO 020. Rel: 05 Apr 24
Es La Musica Electronica (6:57)
Choices (5:13)
The DJs Want To Play This Track (7:28)
Temple Of Sounds (6:18)
 in stock $16.69
Computer World (reissue)
Computer World (reissue) (heavyweight translucent yellow vinyl LP + 16 page booklet)
Cat: 019029 5272302. Rel: 09 Oct 20
Computer World (5:09)
Pocket Calculator (4:58)
Numbers (3:20)
Computer World 2 (3:12)
Computer Love (7:20)
Home Computer (6:21)
It's More Fun To Compute (4:15)
Review: You still won't find a more perfect electro album than Kraftwerk's Computer World, and it was the album that pretty much invented the style. That much is clear from this fresh 2020 reissue, which presents the iconic 1981 set on translucent yellow vinyl, accompanied by a slick booklet of fitting Kraftwerkian imagery. While 'Computer World', 'Pocket Calculator' and 'Computer Love' are near perfect electro-pop songs, it's the sheer heaviness and funkiness of the B-boy friendly beats on 'Home Computer', 'It's More Fun To Compute' and, most famously, 'Numbers' that make it such an essential. Put simply, Computer World still sounds like the future.
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 in stock $31.76
Happy Endings
Cat: MIDA 012. Rel: 16 Apr 24
Happy Endings (4:55)
Dwight (4:11)
 in stock $12.18
Under Stompin'
Under Stompin' (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: LAPSE 004. Rel: 13 Mar 24
What We’re On (5:43)
Primitive Holiday (feat Masayuki Tomita) (6:30)
Vicky’s Out 4 Blud (feat Nicolas Cage) (6:23)
The TS Chronicles (5:36)
Review: Lapse Records welcomes Los Primos here as they debut their excellent new EP Under-Stompin'. This fresh project is the brainchild of Toronto's Cosmic JD and Aaron Santos, both affiliated with the Hypnotic Mindscapes label and party collective. They showcase their singular take on tight, twitchy cosmic tech house across a quartet of its that start with the snappy snare work of 'What We're On' before 'Primitive Holiday' (feat Masayuki Tomita) is more raw and coarse with sharp hits and spraying basslines. 'Vicky's Out 4 Blud' (feat Nicolas Cage) takes things into a more cosmic direction and the 'The TS Chronicles' is a warped afters banger.
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 in stock $15.88
Burn The Lights Out
Cat: SAT 41-2. Rel: 31 Jan 08
The Controlling Hand
Burn The Lights Out
Pristine White
8 0P
The Freezing
Machine Aesthetic #8
Review: Lowfish originally released his 'Burn The Lights Out' LP in 2007 on the US label Satamile but we have found some copies of it in the warehouse. Synth-pop meets breakbeats in an electrifying fusion of emotive melodies and bass-heavy beats across all four sides of the long player with ten then-new tracks and two classics from his Sat.31 EP. They all show that his music, complex yet accessible, evokes images of Blade Runner, Wave Noir, or William Gibson. It is post-modern in approach as it skilfully blends past and present styles to create a sound uniquely his own, seamlessly bridging the gap between eras while pushing the boundaries in his own way.
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Intérprete: Satamile Records
 in stock $9.00
Planeta De Roca
Cat: GB 010. Rel: 08 May 24
Planeta De Roca (3:30)
Palabras (3:56)
Intérprete: Galletas Calientes
Tags: Cumbia
 in stock $12.70
NFY 005
NFY 005 (12")
Cat: NFY 005. Rel: 09 May 24
Eastside Boogie (5:12)
Vision (6:06)
 in stock $14.57
Rhythmystic EP
Cat: ODDOT 01. Rel: 05 Apr 24
Rhythmystic (7:02)
Bass Jam (8:01)
Urban Whispers (4:50)
Binary Technologies (6:36)
Review: Munir Nadir has been breaking through in the past few years with essential releases on 4Plae, Nuts On Board and Outcast Planet. Now he's minting a new label called Odd One Tape out of Italy, and bringing his playful, synth-rich sound with him. There's a nod to Italo and 80s electro in the sampling and throbbing, analogue groove of 'Rhythmistic', while 'Bass Jam' tips more towards the early 00s electro house boom a la Tiefschwarz and Tomas Andersson. 'Urban Whispers' has a more jackin' flavour with some low down sub freakiness thrown in for good measure, and 'Binary Technologies' brings the heat on the B2 with a powerful arpeggio and hard-slapping drums.
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Midnight Process
Cat: USR 029. Rel: 22 Mar 24
404 (6:44)
Weather System (6:49)
Glumnite (6:02)
Sing & Cry (4:33)
 in stock $15.35
Trans Europe Express
Trans Europe Express (limited translucent orange vinyl 7")
Cat: FLRS 146. Rel: 21 Jun 22
Trans Europe Express (DJ Koco edit) (4:26)
Trans Europe Express (Masanori Ikeda remix) (4:15)
 in stock $18.80
Stimulation Of A Thinking Computer
Cat: SW 001. Rel: 09 May 24
Jafar (5:27)
Hitmaniatrance (6:33)
Dream Of A Thinking Computer (6:57)
Hyperstimulacion (5:34)
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Lonely Modern Truth
Cat: WWW 003. Rel: 11 Apr 24
A Big Weird Dream (4:18)
Lonely Modern Truth (4:15)
The Little Monster At The Door (5:09)
Unexpected Beauty From Afar (4:44)
Upright In Times Of Troubles (4:44)
 in stock $17.74
Iodic Spirit Vol 1
Cat: OYA 002. Rel: 11 Apr 24
Public Request - "Trust Your Instinct" (6:36)
NND - "Looser" (6:29)
Bassy Bee - "Domo Arigatogozaimasu" (5:30)
FLOOD - "Stress Relief" (6:14)
Public Request - "Acidity" (6:15)
Review: Iodic Spirit Vol 1 presents a dynamic showcase of 90s-influenced rave genres under its techno umbrella, featuring five tracks that traverse various sonic landscapes. Side-1 launches with Public Request's 'Trust Your Instinct', an early 90s trance anthem exuding the essence of rave culture with powerful techno elements reminiscent of Belgium's scene, highlighted by a commanding acid line. Following is NND's 'Looser,' a mesmerizing fusion of acid and melodic techno that captivates with its beauty and coolness, painting a vivid sonic tapestry. Flipping to Side-2, Bassy Bee's 'Domo Arigatogozaimasu' delves into hardcore territory with Belgium influences, delivering an electrifying experience. Next, Flood's 'Stress Relief' offers an upbeat journey tinged with Cabaret Voltaire vibes, blurring the lines between techno and trance, while still maintaining an infectious energy. Concluding the EP is 'Acidity' by Public Request, diving deeper into heavy acid territory with harder sounds that command attention and evoke a sense of urgency. Each of these tracks on Iodic Spirit Vol 1 has a unique interpretation of techno, acid, and trance, making for an electrifying listening experience that pays homage to the golden era of rave.
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Lifeform (12")
Cat: RM 002. Rel: 16 Apr 24
Lifeform (6:52)
Nano (5:31)
Blow Your Speaker (8:08)
Sonic Playground (4:18)
Mutant (5:01)
Review: Punx Soundcheck is an iconic Italo disco and electro clash duo hailing from Argentine Patagonia and now they unveil a treasure trove of enigmatic cuts on their second release. Up first is the turbocharged Italo anthem ' Nano,'. It is thumping and sweaty with rugged drums and zippy synth line. Also featured is ' Blow Your Speaker,' which is an aquatic Italo-electro-techno pumper. 'Sonic Playground' ups the ante more with flashy synths whipping about the mix, 'Sonic Playground' is lit up with vocoder vocals and mind melting synth sequences and 'Mutant' is just that.
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 in stock $16.42
Karma EP
Karma EP (12")
Cat: EWX 02. Rel: 03 Feb 23
Bonsai (4:38)
Maschinenmusik (6:01)
XZZ (4:29)
How Can I Tell U (5:41)
Werk 12.1 (4:14)
Break D Down (5:27)
 in stock $12.44
Take A Chill Pill EP
Cat: PILLZ 04. Rel: 09 May 24
12 Test (6:50)
Take A Chill Pill (5:37)
Pill (7:30)
Pump Da Floor (7:31)
Tags: Tech House
 in stock $14.57
Apocalyptica EP
Cat: SAT 40. Rel: 24 Jul 07
Scorched Earth
Review: Satamile turns 40, and does it in style with the stunning "Apocalyptica EP" from Sir Real. There are three top-notch tracks that combine the electro breakbeat of the early years with the sonic qualities of Kraftwerk, all soaked in nitro for one huge club-fuelled electro record. "Scorched Earth" is a full rev club cut with deep melodic arrangements, staccato bass accents and a driving breakbeat, along with very uplifting sound-design which characterizes this growler of a track. Not for the faint-hearted, but at the same time not dark. It's an emotive cut for the big room boom. "Ascension" picks up where the a-side left off. It is a subtle and funky acid breakbeat cut with nu-wave style chord progressions to lift the track skywards. "Landscapes" finishes off the EP, and the best may well have been saved for last. It has a snapping bass-snare break with great sound design, heavily treated ghostly vocal snippets, and mysterious and unique backing melodies providing rare and stunning new sonic landscapes. This one might be the 4am sci-fi voyeur track - deep and mysterious yet with lots of drive and energy for the dancefloor.
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 in stock $6.89
Leather In Outer Space EP
Cat: EYA 027. Rel: 22 Mar 24
Leather In Outer Space (13:35)
Chiffon Sins (7:35)
Into The Black Hole (7:06)
 in stock $15.62
Hotline EP
Cat: OPM 02. Rel: 22 Apr 24
Ya Know What I Mean ? (6:19)
Laminar Flow (7:16)
Hello (5:45)
Acid Is Acid (6:59)
Kiss This (5:58)
 in stock $16.16
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