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Humans EP
Humans EP (12")
Cat: AFTG 02. Rel: 21 Feb 24
Space Pass Over (6:29)
Clock Moods (5:18)
/Humans (6:14)
Symptomystery (5:32)
Review: Our latest favourite musical non-terrestrial intelligence, Acid For The Grandma, lays down a four-track sonic analysis of what it means to be human. Firstly, we're met with a serene 'Space Pass Over', as this geriatric grey-ette scans our biosphere for signs of life, unintimidated by the threat of interplanetary warfare, governmental misrepresentation or mass panic. Some conflicts break out - documented sonically on twin acid electro expressions, 'Clock Moods' and '/humans', both of which would be worthy of a new Voyager Golden Record - while the descending arpeggiations of 'Symptomystery' evoke the landing of the Grandma's spacecraft and the ultimate coming-back-down-to-Earth, a radical unity of alien and citizen.
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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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Dear Computer (reissue)
Dear Computer (reissue) (7" (indie exclusive))
Cat: 720053 285451. Rel: 29 Jan 24
Dear Computer (3:15)
Simple Song (2:39)
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Waves & Plants Part 1
Cat: ALT 0041. Rel: 16 Feb 24
Light Gate (7:13)
Origins (6:46)
98% Safe (6:14)
8 OG (6:02)
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Acid Avengers 028
Cat: AAR 028. Rel: 22 Feb 24
Bound By Endogamy - "Jaw 2000" (4:52)
Bound By Endogamy - "Acid Tears" (5:41)
Bound By Endogamy - "Idly" (5:35)
Raw Ambassador - "Panic" (6:44)
Raw Ambassador - "Never A Step Back" (6:47)
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Quemando Iglesias
Quemando Iglesias (clear vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: DSEN 001. Rel: 17 Jan 24
Quemando Iglesias (5:44)
Obssesion (4:50)
Anexados Impensandos (5:58)
Mucha Droga (3:26)
Review: Argentina born producer and DJ Born has been serving up some fresh sonic treats for three or four years now and here makes the natural next step of starting his own label. Desencanto will become a place to hear Sebastian Rosas Bruno's freshest tackle as exemplified by this first 12" which collides techno, new wave, electro and new beat. Text with the tunes says the EP is the first of many that will "deal with the disillusions of today's world: political, social, economic and also those left by old loves." Concept aside, these are innovative and impactful cuts.
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Mass Consumption EP
Cat: TRECS 011. Rel: 08 Feb 24
Ill Met By Moonlight (7:06)
Skeksis II (4:35)
Going Thru Life (5:33)
Nod (5:19)
Review: The unstoppable and always innovative Derek Carr returns with a new outing on Trident that is as potent as thew UK's weapon defensive system of the same name. It kicks off with the bumping beats and vamping chords of 'Ill Met By Moonlight"' then takes in 'Skeksis II' which is a more brain frying and acid laced techno cut. There is a super sweet garage feel and soulful house edge to the liquid grooves of 'Going Thru Life' then 'Nod' shuts down with some Detroit style hi-tek soul to round out Carr's most diverse and effective EP for a while.
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M Series Vol 2
Cat: DREA 015. Rel: 19 Feb 24
M15 (4:27)
M8 (5:30)
M7 (4:13)
M5 (5:53)
M2 (8:17)
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Ceerial Port (reissue)
Cat: WEME 084. Rel: 16 Feb 24
Acid Highway (1:29)
Red DX Acid (4:51)
Acid Whorl (3:28)
Acid Causeway 1 (5:31)
Tough Grugoy Acid (3:35)
Acid Surf Dream (7:40)
Woodlice Acid (4:31)
Review: First released in 2006, 'Ceerial Port' is the ultimate wildcard in the electro profligate Ceephax's towering discography. The seven-or-eight track album does things with the electro form that few of Mr. Jenkinson's contemporaries would dare ever indulge, were it not for this initial fatherly stamp of approval. lead reissue cut 'Acid Whorl' is the foremost case in point, hard-limiting and soft-clipping a cyclonic 'whorlwind' of pitch-whacked acid effluence. Further 8-bit playtimes come in the form of 'Acid Highway' and 'Acid Causeway', recalling the feeling of scouring the outer edges of an Atari Kart game and encountering nothing but rolling, pixelated skies; 'Tough Grugoy Acid' and 'Woodlice Acid' make up the longer wavelengths on the spectrum, stomping and echo-rimshotting to ever-weighty, yet jolly ends.
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Sketches Of Silver
Sketches Of Silver (blue vinyl 12")
Cat: WEME 086. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Onyourmarks (4:48)
Sable (6:19)
Jack (4:52)
Cubed3 (4:53)
Silver City (5:09)
Review: Chromedealer's Sketches Of Silver EP is a collection of cuts that were originally recorded between 2021 and 2023 and now arrive on Belgium staple WeMe. They find the New York-based producer in scintillating form with opener ' Onyourmarks' fusing jungle and electro with masterful synth work to make for a thrillingly high-paced yet emotive rhythm from another world. 'Sable' is another track made from millions of seemingly small fragments of sound that all coalesce into a darker broken jungle soundscape then 'Jack' pairs lovely snappy snares and rolling amen breaks with celestial melodic sequences that drift up top. 'Cubed3' is more masterfully nimble drum programming and 'Silver City' brings a more melancholic mood to close.

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Don't Stop The Beat
Cat: GC 011. Rel: 30 Jan 24
Code Rising & Gucci Bass - "Don't Stop The Beat" (feat EPG) (5:56)
Code Rising - "Retro Miami" (extended remix) (5:17)
Review: Miami duo Code Rising are well versed in the bass weight electro of their hometown, and they bring it to the forefront on this sure shot for Ground Control. There's 808s popping off in earnest on 'Don't Stop The Beat', an explosive link up with Gucci Bass featuring EPG which is tailored to take the dancefloor in a darker direction. 'Retro Miami' amps up the 80s stylings with some vintage leads that teeter on the edge of anthemic without losing the punchy intensity of the rhythm section. This is high-end Miami bass from two true devotees of the sound.
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Story Of Collapsed Dimention
Cat: SEQ 001. Rel: 02 Feb 24
Enter To Collapsed Dimention (5:24)
Robotboy (6:30)
All The Time You Losing Your Time (6:01)
See The Light (4:36)
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In The Dark Again 12
Cat: DARK 12. Rel: 27 Dec 23
Aaron J Cunningham - "Evolution Of The Superhuman" (4:38)
Gestalt - "Completism" (4:08)
Night Caller - "Night Lights" (5:33)
Gestalt - "N-Gene" (5:32)
Lectromagnetique - "WFTS 102" (5:21)
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The Key Of The Future EP
The Key Of The Future EP (12" + poster + MP3 download code)
Cat: SOIL 025. Rel: 11 Jan 24
The Key Of The Future (4:47)
Desorden (4:19)
Sticky Guy (4:08)
Hasta La Manana (5:08)
Neon Driver (4:58)
Say My Name (5:04)
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Frecuencias Eternas EP
Cat: HH 003. Rel: 13 Feb 24
Triangular Dance
Magasin Bio
Triangular Dance (Belaria remix)
Antwerp Is Acied
Review: The Belgian label Higher Hopes is run by DC Salas who now returns to it with a new EP with the collaborative Los NiNos Del Parque project alongside Anthony Barbarich aka Mirror Minds. They say it is a release that has been 15 years in the making and has roots in their shared love of 2000s electroclash, plus new wave and new beat. They set out to make something inspired by that and have done so over the last four years with a mix of rugged and mechanical rhythms and angular synth lines. A fine remix by the assured Badaboum and Rinse France resident Belaria rounds out the package.
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Intérprete: Rave Energy
Tags: EBM | Electro Techno
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Regimen Galactico Totalitario
Regimen Galactico Totalitario (180 gram vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: OR 120. Rel: 09 Feb 24
Ciudad Vicio (4:50)
Dagas (5:01)
Electrocucion (5:01)
Regimen Galactico Totalitario (TGR)
Muerte Y Pasion (2:41)
Review: After ten years of silence, 'Regimen Galactico Totalitario' materialises as the new release of the Mexican producer Dellarge, renowned for his experimental noise project I.N.R.I. (Industria Nacional del Ruido Infinito). On this latest mini-album, Dellarge propels his vision of today's evolution of EBM toward a futuristic blend of breakbeat, industrial, and electro, synthesising the an apt soundtrack for a future apocalypse, were it somehow quantized and filtered through a killer sequencer ahead of time. All instrumental, and with every track firing off its acid sixteenths as if each semiquaver were escaping a micro-fusion-powered mech-blaster, every track until 'Hades' is breakneck; that is until the EP commits to a tempo drop, as if to evoke the fact that most of the carnage has been meted out, and that all that's left is for the mechsuits to do now is dance an evil victory dance. Limited to just 300 copies, this is an end of the world you won't want to miss (how could you?).
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Diners Club International Part 1
Track 1 (2:18)
Track 2 (3:24)
Track 3 (2:18)
Track 4 (2:26)
Track 5 (2:35)
Track 6 (1:35)
Track 7 (1:55)
Review: We don't know who is involved in this brand new Diner's Club International project but we do know that they have put together three superb new records, all of which are landing at the same time. We also know they have come from Detroit, specifically Joy Rd on the West Side, and so come drenched in plenty of the swaggering attitudes you would expect. Diners Club International Part 1 fuses electro, ghetto and techno into booty-shaking cuts designed square for the club. The rhythms are infectious, the drums booming and the vocals bawdy, so snap these up before they're gone as quickly as they arrived.
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Trushwax (12")
Cat: UFO 19/TRUSH01. Rel: 14 Feb 24
Trush Your Body (6:48)
Hello Awreibody (7:20)
Quack 1 (5:16)
Tags: Acid House
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Notes To Jiggabot
Cat: HDLA 001. Rel: 08 Feb 24
Chasing The Rhythm (9:42)
I Will Shine For You (9:28)
Far Away (8:45)
Alive With You (9:15)
Review: A deliberate exercise in Y2K aesthetics and cyberpunk electrance comes in the creative output of DJ Natural Nate - his latest EP for Hoodwink Recordings, 'Notes To Jiggabot' - which consists of four tracks eulogizing his cybernetic partner-in-crime, Jiggabot (several releases from this pair have come out since mid 2018) and seemingly the object of his fantasmic affections. Whether the likes of new numbers 'Chasing The Rhythm', 'I Will Shine For You' or 'Far Away' originate from some angelic conceptual otherworld or this banal material one, it's hard not to love the signifiers poured into the EP: US freestyle jaunts, pure femme vocals doused in reverb-reverbs and melismatic hums; hyper-compressed, lightsabre-sculpted beats and visual cues reminiscent of childhoods spent lost in postmodern futuristic fantasies, such as those of Deus Ex or Blade Runner.
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Legends (limited translucent green 12" + poster)
Cat: DML 001. Rel: 15 Feb 24
DJ Slugo - "How We Do" (6:08)
DJ Thadz - "Let Me Squeeze 'Em" (3:08)
DJ Phats - "Booty Anthem" (2:52)
DJ Thadz - "Freak Hoe" (2:35)
DJ Phats - "Where The Sluts" (4:16)
DJ Slugo - "Last Of The Year" (3:54)
Review: The game-changing and sub-genre-defining house label Dance Mania has assembled some of its most noted legends on one limited edition and translucent green 12" here. DJ Thadz is one of them and is a Windy City veteran known for his dynamic DJ sets and high-energy productions. He serves up two raw, jacked-up ghetto jams in 'Let Me Squeeze 'Em' and 'Freak Hoe' while DJ Slugo keeps it loopy and bumpy with 'How We Do' and 'Last Of The Year'. DJ Phats completes this bawdry EP with the juke-style energy of 'Booty Anthem' and jazz-laced sweatathon, 'Where The Sluts'.
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Celestial Break EP
Celestial Break EP (limited 12")
Cat: 303 08. Rel: 05 Feb 24
Break After Dark (5:25)
Beyond The Break (remix) (5:36)
This Sound (Future remix) (5:01)
Break After Dark (No vocal) (5:09)
Beyond The Beats (3:27)
Review: The propulsive, tectonic Force of Electro is embodied in the eponymous moniker, returning for their its release since 1997 (notable indeed, that the multi-moniker artist should return to this one only now). Six masterclassics in the mode of acid electro beckon us into alternate frenzies, highlights among these experiences being the central banger 'Beyond After Dark' and the lesser-spottable ambi-acid closer, 'Beyond The Beats'.
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Sweat EP
Sweat EP (translucent blue vinyl 12")
Cat: S108 019. Rel: 01 Feb 24
Sweat (4:38)
Sweat (Locked club Chillout mix) (3:43)
Get Down (4:42)
Get Down (Kovyazin D remix) (6:05)
Review: Sasha is the popular resident of Moscow-based record label, booking and event agency System 108. She makes thrilling, club-centric music as Errortica and this hugeness EP is impossible to ignore. Drawing from her background in garage bands and extensive DJing, Errortica disregards genre boundaries and infuses breakbeat, Balearic, Jersey and bass music seamlessly. Employing calligraphic sampling, re-sampling, vocal recording processed through guitar FX pedals, and robust drum programming, her creative process exudes explosive energy. As Errortica aptly puts it, "a real party is a sweaty party!" and this EP certainly will lead to one of those.
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Das Heise Experiment (remixes)
Cat: SOM 54R. Rel: 01 Feb 24
The Exaltics & Adult - "Dreizehn Habits" (6:18)
Sieben (Gesloten Cirkel remix) (6:27)
Acht (K1 Return mix) (6:15)
Zwoelf (Arpanet - Helium Shell Remodel) (5:50)
Review: To coincide with the reissue of the standout Exaltics album Das Heise Experiment, Robert Witschakowski has reached out to an all-star cast for a bonus 12" of remixes and collaborations which will only serve to add weight to the whole project. Iconic Detroit duo ADULT. team up with Exaltics on 'Dreizehn Habits', which is a vocal update of a track from the original soundtrack. Then Gesloten Cirkel jumps on for the typically incisive, edged-out machine language typical to his Bunker Releases. The mighty Keith Tucker dons his K1 cap for a punchy slice of Motor City machine funk, and then Gerald Donald's Arpanet alias locks on for a creeping, slippery excursion to close the record out on the B2.
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Echo Chamber
Cat: CKNOWEP 57. Rel: 26 Jan 24
Echo Chamber (5:33)
Kanisza (6:22)
Thinker (4:56)
Sad On The 16th (5:28)
Review: Craigie Knowes are back at it for 2024 with a return appearance from Fader Cap. After a rapid run of first releases in 2022, we've been waiting for a follow-up from the chap and he more than delivers. As the EP title might suggest, he's exploring echo chamber processing on his tracks, but the delay and reverb is teased with precision amidst the shimmering, psy trance tinted tech house vibe he so ably builds on these incredibly accomplished club cuts. 'Kanisza' is an especially hypnotic, subtly broken workout for a more delicate kind of dancefloor, while 'Thinker' offers up punchy arps and flecks of acid for the more up-for-it crowd.
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Stretched World Pt 2
Cat: NN 026. Rel: 28 Dec 23
Preset Match (4:53)
Flower Path (4:50)
Sky With No Stars (4:53)
Planance (5:11)
Review: Fasme is a fast rising start who made a head turning debut on the Craigie Knowles label back in September and now ends his year with Nocta a fine outing on Numerica. It kick off with a delightful upbeat and playful acid laced electro jaunt in the form of 'Nocta Numerica' then 'Flower Path' has a quicker stepping rhythm. 'Sky With No Stars' bumps on a nice corruscated low end and 'Planance' shuts down with nice far-sighted chords and lashings of ambient pad work.
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Intérprete: DJ Mau Mau
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Xuntanza Vol III
Cat: FAN 017. Rel: 15 Feb 24
Carl Finlow - "Organoids" (7:02)
Hoax Believers - "Short Circuit" (4:30)
Sound Synthesis - "Vertex43" (4:47)
Univac - "H Beat" (6:58)
Review: There is some serious electro talent on this new EP from Fanzine, starting with now US-based, UK-favourite Carl Finlow. His machines are in fine fettle once more as crisp, kicking electro rhythms are overlaid with bright, silvery, pixelated melodic fireworks on the sublime 'Organoiods'. Hoax Believers get more gritty with the sheet metal snares and in-your-face arps of 'Short Circuit' while Sound Synthesis offers something moody and unsettling on their 'Vertex43'. Univac will make your eyes water with the abrasive textures of 'H Beat.'
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Emitter EP
Emitter EP (limited 12")
Cat: ABSTRCT RTM 002. Rel: 15 Jan 24
Radiance (6:01)
Critical Point (5:45)
Receiver (5:13)
Field Lines (6:32)
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Night Mal'ach (remastered)
Night Mal'ach (remastered) (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: ISO 034EP. Rel: 06 Feb 24
Forcequit Your Love (4:51)
Fuck Satan (4:10)
Init Your Mind (5:55)
Poulated Data Cells (4:41)
Review: Isophlux Records revives a stone cold electro classic from the vaults here with this superbly remastered reissue of Gosub's' Night Mal'ach EP. It is an immersive world of cinematic electro that is dark and moody but always alluring. It was first put put back in 2005 on just 500 black labeled copies but has since become a cult classic from the man born Shad T. Scott . His shadowy soundscapes blending eerie melodies with kinetic drums and iconic tracks like 'Forcequit Your Love,' 'Fuck Satan,' and 'Populated Data Cells' sound as good as ever and will surely win lots of new fans this time round.
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Calcite (12")
Cat: BERGA 05. Rel: 04 Jan 24
Havantepe - "Dendrite" (6:22)
Havantepe - "Calcite" (6:36)
Christopher Ledger & Havantepe - "Silica" (6:29)
Havantepe - "Calcite" (Cristi Cons remix) (6:41)
Review: Berg Audio brings together a mix of various artists for this tasteful new trip into tech house paradise. Each one features Havantepe, firstly with two solos. 'Dendrite' is first up and rides on a slick electro rhythm with silky arps bringing cosmic vibes over the more textured bass. 'Calcite' then takes a deeper path with rubbery house kick and dubby chords making for a molten backroom vibe. On the flip side, Christopher Ledger steps up to collaborate on 'Silica' which is another super persuasive deep house groove with stylish drums and irresistible swing. Cristi Cons remixes 'Calcite' into a balmy and diffuse cosmic house cruiser.
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Tags: Minimal | Dub Techno
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Dream Universe
Cat: GUDU 019. Rel: 24 Jan 24
Dream Universe (vocal mix) (6:46)
Purple Phaze (6:21)
Lodash (6:20)
Higher Space (6:06)
Review: Hiver have a solid ten years of releases behind them for labels like Curle, Vidab and Fides, but now they're making the move to Peggy Gou's Gudu for a trip into celestial tech house of the highest order. This is sparkling, fantasy acid house with a slant towards glistening cascades of synth work reaching for euphoric peaks. There's a steadfast sense of melancholy folded into these tracks, whether it's the yearning string pads hovering over 'Dream Universe' or the augmented chords hovering over 'Purple Phaze'. 'Lodash' has an electro-disco tint and 'Higher Space' takes a slick approach to 90s stabs, rounding out a stadium-sized house record that fits right in on Gudu.
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Chroma Sea EP
Cat: CYPHN 08. Rel: 31 Jan 24
Salt Circuit (5:52)
Brinewave (5:36)
Cybercanisco (5:57)
Hydronexus (5:42)
Faulty Gelfling (4:51)
Surabaya (5:04)
Review: Red Ember chief Ewan Jansen has been a man in demand in recent years, supplementing releases on his own imprint with outings on Freerange, R.A.N.D Muzik, Innate and Butter Sessions. Here the veteran Australian producer brings his brand of analogue-rich house and techno to Cyphon Recordings for the very first time. Naturally, Jansen's high standards don't dip across the six-track mini album, making it a genuine must-check. Our picks of a sensationally strong bunch include the trippy deep house hypnotism of 'Salt Circuit', the outer-space electro shuffle of 'Brinewave', the moody and high-tech Drexciyan rush of 'Faulty Gelfing' and the gently intergalactic deep house-meets-tech house warmth of 'Surabaya'.
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Social Moment
Cat: AABB 001. Rel: 14 Feb 24
Who Want Me
Social Moment
Mad Dog Mood
Find Another
Review: The all-new Akka & BeepBeep label from the US has dropped its two first EPs simultaneously and Joradesilver features on both. The other is a collaboration with Eddie Logix and this is a solo outing, Social Moment. It is a four-track electro exploration that kicks off with 'Who Want Me', a spacious funk workout with smeared synths and driving bass. The title track brings hints of Detroit to the arrangement and 'Mad Dog Mood' brings lashings of acid and techno to a pulsating low end while closer 'Find Another' rocks back and forth on feathery drums with fizzing melodica leads.
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The Trial (Ovatow Reshape)
Cat: FR ME. Rel: 16 Feb 24
The Trail (Ovatow Reshape) (11:16)
Piston Rings (remastered) (6:28)
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Cycles (12")
Cat: BQD 049. Rel: 28 Dec 23
Enter The Void (5:52)
MRF (6:00)
Event Horizon (5:43)
Review: The cultured underground outlet that is Brouquade squeezes out one last release of 2023, this time from the enduring man of the moment, Kepler. He brings his usual cosmic touch and mastery of celestial melody to a trio of tasty tech house cuts. The first is a busy one with clacking drums and snappy snares on 'Enter The Void' that takes you through the cosmos at a great pace. 'MRF' then rides a nice bumpy low end and has delightfully deft astral melodies peeling off the beats before 'Event Horizon' shuts down with a hurried and snappy rhythm and more dark and unsettling synth explorations.
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Tags: Tech House
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Fall Out (feat NAD mix)
Cat: ERC 146. Rel: 19 Feb 24
Fall Out (7:10)
Fall Out (Fresh '86) (6:46)
Fall Out (NAD Discomix) (12:12)
Review: Emotional Rescue's vital Konduko reissue series sadly comes to an end here with a look at the label's final years. In those days it moved away from reggae, disco and boogie towards an enduring electro sound that had a vast and lasting impact on the Miami scene. The biggest tune from that time was when Noel Williams linked with local songwriter Lawrence Dermer aka Der Mer for the track reissued here. 'Fall Out' soon became a hit with its driving electro-funk rhythms. The original sits next to the later Fresh '86" mix as well as a NAD disco mix from Dan Tyler, best known as one of the Idjut Boys. It's an irresistible package of body-popping electro with hooks for days.
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Fantasy (feat Jonny Rock Discomix)
Fantasy (4:34)
Fantasy (instrumental) (5:07)
Fantasy (Jonny Rock Discomix) (9:47)
Review: The last of the Konduko series from Emotional Rescue arrives now and quite possibly it is the best of the lot from Noel Williams. His 'Fantasy' saw him work with Larry Dermer aka Der Mer on what is an effective and catchy electro jam that operates at the higher end of the tempo chart with some classic vocoder vocal action to really make it pop. Despite being released originally in 1984 this one still bangs with its emulated TR-808 beats and nagging melodies. The instrumental heightens that and then the Jonny Rock Discomix shuts down with long-form rework that shows why the DJ, editor and all-round amiable bloke is so well regarded.
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Agogo (12")
Cat: C4R 001. Rel: 14 Feb 24
Deep Agogo (6:49)
Let's Agogo (8:22)
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Ionosphere (limited 12")
Cat: THUNDER 007. Rel: 30 Jan 24
First Contact (4:52)
Niburi Ritual (5:30)
Ionosphere (4:04)
No Escape (5:18)
Review: Lake Haze has landed on a wide array of labels from Shall Not Fade to Time Is Now but always his music exudes the same great qualities - electro, acid, techno and prog doused in gorgeous ambient designs. He exhibits that again on this new EP for Atlantic Thunder which kick off with the gurgling synths and tanging bass notes of 'First Contact'. Silky arps are what ensure it takes flight through the cosmos, though. 'Niburi Ritual' has a darker mood and heavier kick patterns and 'Ionosphere' is a supple and lithe electro workout that channels the best of Detroit. A fine sense of menace and end of the world finality then characterises the excellent closer 'No Escape.'
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Intérprete: Rave Energy
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Space Is The Place EP
Cat: EMCV 014. Rel: 02 Feb 24
Space Is The Place (feat Djedjotronic) (6:05)
Antigravity System (5:26)
To Another Galaxy (4:28)
Extraterrestrial (4:53)
We Came To Dance (5:08)
 in stock $13.46
Space Threat
Space Threat (limited 12")
Cat: CPU 01111010. Rel: 01 Feb 24
Space Threat (5:20)
Asteroid Attack (5:20)
Flying High (5:03)
Vimana Ride (5:03)
Review: Sheffield's peerless Central Processing Unit welcomes a new signing here in the form of Larinoov. The artists has previously shown great creative nous across releases that suggest he is well versed in classic electro and also loves a good melody. He has dropped them on Craigie Knowes and Rotterdam Electronix in the past and here kicks off with a soundtrack to a trip to the far flung corners of the multi-verse. 'Asteroid Attack' then adds some extra intensity to a similar framework and 'Flying High' then hits a sweet spot in between. 'Vimana Ride' closes with a gurgling bassline that will melt your mind and smart, snappy drum work.
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 in stock $12.65
Transitions (Compilation/The Overcom EP)
Transitions (Compilation/The Overcom EP) (12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: FLR 07. Rel: 29 Jan 24
Lassigue Bendthaus - "Transitory" (Anti Matter edit) (3:25)
Lassigue Bendthaus - "Information" (6:12)
Lassigue Bendthaus - "Render" (4:48)
Atom TM - "Kurosawa" (6:04)
Atom TM - "The Overcom" (6:04)
Review: Uwe Schmidt's mammoth artistic stamp has left an indelible mark on electronic music since he first emerged in the 80s as a DIY industrial artist in Frankfurt. His complex, many-sided career has been documented in a new book, AtomTM, the nonconformist virtuoso, which is being bolstered by this mini-compilation from Industrial Complexx and Fill-Lex. The A-side is focused on Schmidt's early work as Lassigue Bendthaus, where he responded to the emergent industrial and EBM phenomenon with a high-definition sound which ranks among the best music of the era. The three tracks sound as relevant today as they were futuristic when originally released. Meanwhile the B-side features two of his most daring works as AtomTM, originally released as The OvercomEP as a digital release in 2022. These angular, experimental studies serve as a neat demonstration of just one place his music has ended up across an accomplished career.
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 in stock $27.17
Remember The Future Part Two
LEGACY - "Nom De Guerre" (5:53)
Future Draft - "All That Remains" (3:38)
The Jaffa Kid - "SH-Dinosa" (4:09)
Odpein - "Badass Nostalgia" (5:00)
DJ Tsoug - "You Are The Unfortunate Product Of A Doomed Culture" (4:54)
Happy99 At Gmail Dot Com - "Untitled (2019)" (4:33)
Review: The second part of the Remember The Future series from the Greek label To Pikap is another 12" packed with electro goodness form an array of exciting artists. LEGACY opens up with 'Nom De Guerre' with its magnificently lithe and chrome plated rhythms dancing about over crunchy analogue drums. Future Draft rides a more zoned out and celestial electro vibe on 'All That Remains' and The Jaffa Kid gets into some intricate synth programming and off-grid beat work. Three further cuts on the B-side bring funky, dark and joyous tweaks to the electro format.
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 in stock $18.73
Clair Obscur
Clair Obscur (limited 180 gram red vinyl 12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: FSR 005. Rel: 26 Jan 24
Cosmic (5:51)
Power (feat Manlia) (5:02)
Nick (5:39)
Play That Game (feat DJ Football) (6:40)
Intérprete: Mimi
 in stock $16.88
New User EP
Cat: PARTOUT 1802. Rel: 19 Jan 24
Not Brain Damage (7:21)
Mad Not Sad (6:14)
Like (6:29)
The Sound Of The South (6:30)
Review: Partout are one of the fiercer electro-techno labels operating out of Paris these days and they're keeping the pressure up with this deadly new drop from Log_In. There's not much background information to go on about the brains behind the beats, but the production speaks for itself just fine. 'Not Brain Damage' has a raw Chicago flavour until the space age synths come piling in on top for a cosmic jacker of epic proportions. 'Mad Not Sad' is a full-throttle big room beast with synth sounds to match, and 'Like' burrows down into headstrong acid tweaking and tough-as-you-like drums. That leaves 'The Sound Of The South' to mop up with its own hard-edged stomp and snappy 303 lines.
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Tags: Acid House
 in stock $16.09
Retrofiction (limited 12")
Cat: HIL 011. Rel: 29 Jan 24
Total Ghosting (4:04)
Modulation Source (4:23)
Full Duplex (5:26)
Wrong Target (8:23)
Off Screen (5:48)
Review: Luxus Varta really shows his class on this sublime new EP, Retrofiction, for Hilltown Disco. It is richly layered with sound and emotion and plenty of intelligent synth designs from the off. The A-side brings plenty of magical melodic work with 'Total Ghosting' ring a jittery beat with silky arps and textured bass, while 'Modulation Source' has that classic eerie electro vibe and cyborg funk in its bones. 'Full Duplex' is a truly slamming cut then 'Wrong Target' ducks and dives on snappy drum kicks and taught, twanging bass. The final bit of chaos is 'Off Screen' with its twitchy stabs and punchy low ends.
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 in stock $14.24
Zero Plague EP
Cat: SPEC 033. Rel: 08 Feb 24
Zero Plague (2:56)
Angellust (4:12)
Mirror Radio (Manasyt Pestilent mix) (4:12)
Theme From DETROI (Manasyt Nocichok mix) (5:24)
In Deep Tongues (6:04)
 in stock $21.09
Lickity Split
Cat: BANANAS 003. Rel: 30 Jan 24
Hum (5:15)
Can't Stop (4:48)
 in stock $15.29
000 Baby
000 Baby (10")
Cat: WRECKS 048. Rel: 30 Jan 24
000 Baby (6:41)
000 Baby (OM Unit remix) (6:17)
Review: After many years turning out 12"s, Klasse Wrecks has decided to serve up a first-ever 10" and they give the honour to Mr. Ho. His '000 Baby' is a delightfully widescreen sound - a post-rave mix of comedown electronics, dusty breakbeats and soothing ambient pads with some smart vocal samples drifting like wispy clouds. On the flipside, we're treated to and OM Unit remix that beefs things up and speeds up the drums. The percussion too is more defined and the energy levels ramped up with deft 808 bass and searching acidic leads. A nice yin to the A-side's yang.
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 in stock $14.24
Monster Blaster (reissue)
Cat: JKRDONUT 003. Rel: 21 Feb 24
Dream Designer (5:10)
11:59 PM (4:38)
Metamorphose (4:35)
De La Nuit (3:41)
Monster Blaster (4:18)
 in stock $15.29
808 Doves
Cat: KNB 01. Rel: 25 Jan 24
808 Doves (5:00)
Crystal Doves (4:44)
Review: Cheesy electro goodness from Canadian edit and remix machine Nick Bike, here indulging the humorous moniker Nicholas Bicicletta for the second of two 7" Kon editions. '808 Doves' comes through with glitzing hits, filter-freqqed lasershots, synth claves, and arpy sixteenths, all chalking up a downtown New York circa 1987 vibe. The free-as-a-bird theme is kept up with 'Crystal Doves', which concocts a sonic landscape picture of cathartic vocal gurgles and subby progressions, all against an epic collage made up of Crystal-Watery recognisance.
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Intérprete: Smoove
 in stock $19.52
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