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Ghettoboom Vol 1
Ghettoboom Vol 1 (12" + sticker + MP3 download code limited to 300 copies)
Cat: FCR 008. Rel: 18 Sep 20
  1. 1905 - "Recorddeals" (3:12)
  2. DJ Pirna - "Booty Snapper" (4:05)
  3. Vulvareen & 1905 - "Get Your Head Bust" (3:30)
  4. DJ Pirna - "Cars Fo Women" (4:03)
  5. Vulvareen - "Jerk In The Sand, Sleep In That Sand" (4:18)
  6. 1905 - "Sometimes Sweet, Sometimes Salty" (4:30)
Review: Former City launch what will presumably be new various artist sears here with Volume 1 of Ghettoboom. It features two tracks each by three different artists on a super limited 12" that has a healthy dose of streetwise swagger. There are rave samples and big breaks on 1905's 'Recorddeals' while DJ Pirna gets for a more soul soothing and loved up vocal vibe on his super sweet bumper 'Booty Snapper. Bringing a third different sound is 'Get Your Head Bust', a high speed, lo-fi techno cut with turbo claps. The flip also features footwork style club tracks, lush deep house and urgent floor pumpers. This one covers lots of ground in real style
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 in stock $15.42
2 EP
2 EP (12")
Cat: CONVERSION 02. Rel: 17 Sep 20
  1. 2.1 (4:04)
  2. 2.2 (4:10)
  3. 2.3 (5:13)
  4. 2.4 (6:26)
  5. 2.5 (5:51)
Review: Portugal's Conversion is the latest new imprint to chuck its hat into the ever growing electro pool. The label is run by an artist of the same name who is also known as Jorge Caiado, who runs the Carpet & Snares label and shop, as well as doing A&R for Chez Damier's cult Inner Balance Music. It's been two years since he serve up the first release but the wait was well worth it - these are five more tracks of serene and cinematic electro. There is sparse, ambient laced dreaming material, more driving and punchy dance floor tackle and futuristic soul searching of the highest order.
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 in stock $17.28
Original Not Crispy
Original Not Crispy (double 12")
Cat: TWR 05. Rel: 17 Sep 20
  1. Hands Behind Your Back (4:01)
  2. Undefeated (4:30)
  3. Hot Cheetos (4:47)
  4. Blaxploitation (4:47)
  5. Dis N Dat (4:10)
  6. Let Em Burn (3:32)
  7. Legend In The Hood (3:30)
  8. Late Night Soiree (4:41)
Review: Motor City artist Detroit's Finest doesn't do things by half - his electro is turbo-charged, with big booty bass and rave sirens underlining hard raps and streetwise swagger. He now finds himself on Casa Voyager outta France, laying out a double 12" vision that is varied and vital. After the urban opener 'Hands Behind Your Back' that is all about snapping snare loops and impromptu block parties, 'Undefeated' veers towards jungle madness. There are also sci-fi excursions, sample heavy and jazz tinged rollers like 'Blaxploitation' and pure ghetto bangers in 'Dis N Dat'. This one might be the mysterious producer's best yet.
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 in stock $23.14
Extererri
Extererri (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SPEC 019. Rel: 17 Sep 20
  1. Extererri (5:41)
  2. Extererri (Datawave remix) (6:46)
  3. Smooth Vibrato (5:10)
  4. Smooth Vibrato (Federico Leocata remix) (3:41)
Review: Specimen's latest 12" is heavyweight both metaphorically and literally. It is a talent packed four tracker that opens with the dark wave electro sounds of 'Extererri'. The kicks are rigged, the bass is frazzled, the synths circle around you with an ominous presence. Datawave's remix is more liquid, bulbous and fluid, as well as being riddled with acid, while 'Smooth Vibrato' a weird and wonky ride on unbalanced drum loops as steps melodic sequences that seem to get faster. Federico Leocata closes out with a twitchy groove filled with mystery and deep space atmosphere.
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Skylark II
Skylark II (transparent yellow vinyl 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: LCS 02. Rel: 15 Sep 20
  1. Cerro El Condor (5:47)
  2. Sad Magic (4:34)
  3. Skylark II (5:23)
  4. Superstition Springs (6:31)
Review: Sometime Andrew Weatherall collaborator, long time guitar enthusiast and always innovative studio talent Timothy J FairPlay can do just about anything. After standout dark disco and techno offerings in the past, here he is electro mode, and is as essential as ever. 'Cerro El Condor' is an electric opera that surges on waves of acid while disquieting vocal sounds shimmer next to glassy chords. 'Sad Magic' is high grade sonic sorcery and 'Skylark II' cuts utterly loose, with crashing hits and withering chords, frenzied arps and more all adding up to an intergalactic battle royale. 'Superstition Springs' has a dark, more gritty palette but is no less cosmic or compelling.
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Exit Planet Earth: Oxygen
Exit Planet Earth: Oxygen (140 gram vinyl 12" in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: EPE 02. Rel: 14 Sep 20
  1. Jensen Interceptor X Assembler Code - "Red Cell" (5:51)
  2. CKFT (Keith Tucker X Carl Finlow) - "Coder" (4:55)
  3. Voigtmann - "Subtopia" (6:07)
  4. Cignol - "51D" (5:13)
Review: 20/20 Vision's electro mission continues unabated with this second compilation drop in the Exit Planet Earth series. The record opens up with Jensen Interceptor working alongside Assemble Code for a darkside workout heavy on the details and rude around the low end. Carl Finlow and Keith Tucker form a mini-supergroup for a new partnership CKFT, displaying their formidable chops with the body-rocking dystopia of 'Coder'. Voigtmann keeps things closer to the 4/4 spectrum on 'Subtopia', but with plenty of machine funk tropes woven into the mix. Cignol completes the set with a widescreen sound that's steeped in emotion and sci-fi noir from a dazzling array of finely tuned synths (including some essential 303, of course).
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Intérprete: Wes Baggaley
 in stock $10.63
Enigma EP
Enigma EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Eya
Cat: EYA 010. Rel: 14 Sep 20
  1. Too Big To Fail (5:57)
  2. Beat Boxxx (7:16)
  3. Boulevard Mystere (6:31)
  4. Enigma (5:49)
Review: The 10th release on EYA comes from French producer Master Flashhh, who delivers punchy, cool-headed house music with a strong early 90s slant. 'Too Big To Fail' keeps things stripped back and weighty, with a bassline so thick you could sink your teeth into it. 'Beat Boxxx' has a more psychedelic, slow-techno slant to it, not least thanks to the ranging 303 gurgles sliding around the track. 'Boulevard Mystere' adds a little cinematic spookiness to the mix for an ear-snagging warm up track, and 'Enigma' completes the set with the kind of eerie mood and crisp box jam sounds that make artists like RVDS so compelling. Highly recommended for those who like their machine music with personality and punch in equal measure.
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 in stock $9.04
ZMNT 004
ZMNT 004 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ZMNT 004. Rel: 14 Sep 20
  1. Back Up (5:08)
  2. Echo Park (5:00)
  3. Flip The Switch (4:08)
  4. Ice So Bright (5:35)
Review: Ole Mic Odd aka Michael Padgett is a hardware operator and DJ from Los Angeles and runs the wonderfully named label The New U.S. Government. Here he sweeps to power with four tracks across four sides of vinyl for the Zement label, two following a slower, punishing pulse that's like P-funk remade in a robot factory, only with tons of added bubbling acid, Drexciya-style filtering and Juan Arkins-like synthetic strings. The other two are way faster, Ice So Bright sounding like someone secretly spiked Kraftwerk's cocoa with something extremely sinister, sending them racing off on their bikes at treble speed. Echo Park has an even more distinct flanging acid flavour and hyper, hooligan electro foundations, again with those Model 500 misty clouds of synthesiser floating overhead. Absolutely cracking stuff.
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Surface
Surface (12")
Cat: AKO 12002. Rel: 17 Sep 20
  1. Sword (4:23)
  2. Nomadology (5:04)
  3. Burning Heart (4:01)
  4. Sierra Nevada (3:46)
  5. Equations (interlude) (1:36)
  6. Equations (2:13)
  7. Surface (4:48)
Intérprete: Lexx
 in stock $11.69
Stellarator Hyperway
  1. Anthony Rother - "Stellarator" (7:12)
  2. Anthony Rother - "Stellarator" (Plasma mix) (3:43)
  3. Sync 24 - "Hyperway" (4:20)
  4. Sync 24 - "Hyper Loop 1" (2:14)
  5. Sync 24 - "Hyper Loop 2" (2:08)
Review: Electro might be having a big moment in the spotlight but for Anthony Rother, it has been his way of life for decades. Here he serves up a crisp and kicking single 'Stellarator' that's built on booming analogue drums and has molten, Millsian melodies rippling through its core to mind altering effect. A Plasma mix makes even more of those magically modulated synths. On the flip, Sync 24 gets more aggressive with his frazzled 'Hyperway', which rough rides on slapping hits and alien synth life forms. Also included are a pair of tense, teeth clenching intergalactic electro loops.
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 in stock $11.44
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