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Electro vinyl released in the last two weeks
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Radium (12")
Cat: RX 8. Rel: 21 Jun 24
Radium (7:53)
Uranium Smuggle (7:01)
Hibernation Drive (6:15)
Review: For their latest trick, the Rawax crew has taken a deep dive into the back catalogue of Roman Flugel and Jorn Elling Wuttke's work as Acid Jesus - the project with which they made their name before morphing into Alter Ego. Lead cut 'Radium' dates from 1995 and wraps alien electro sonics, proto-minimal techno motifs and pots and pans percussion around a deep bassline and hypnotic machine drums. The pair's passion for heads-down hypnotism and metallic noises is further explored on the superb 'Uranium Smuggle' (which originally appeared on the flip-side of 'Radium'), while 'Hibernation Drive' is a punchy and evocative electro number first released in 1997.
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Radium (limited purple vinyl 12")
Cat: RX 8P. Rel: 21 Jun 24
Radium (7:51)
Uranium Smuggle (7:01)
Hibernation Drive (6:15)
Review: The reissue of Acid Jesus's tracks 'Radium,' 'Uranium Smuggle,' and 'Hibernation Drive' is a momentous occasion for electronic music enthusiasts. Produced between 1995-1997 at Klangfabrik, these tracks are a testament to the duo's pioneering sound and gathered here for a vinyl pressing together for the first time. 'Radium' and 'Uranium Smuggle' showcase a similar sonic structure, with 'Radium' delivering a frenzied, peak-hour experience, while 'Uranium Smuggle' offers a cooler, more contemplative journey. The underated track, 'Hibernation Drive,' is not to be missed. This gem is stunning blend of IDM, techno, acid, electro, and Detroit influences. It's a masterpiece that transcends genres completing this German bomb.
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Lenny's Soul
Lenny's Soul (limited 12")
Cat: FRESH 003. Rel: 11 Jun 24
Lenny's Soul (7:43)
Encrypted Dance Moves (5:45)
Head Eye (7:25)
The Treehouse In My Mind (6:24)
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Supermarkt Remixes
Cat: KLR 063. Rel: 10 Jun 24
Supermarkt (Prins Thomas Diskomiks) (6:57)
Supermarkt (Ost & Kjex remix) (6:13)
Supermarkt (Ana Helder remix) (4:48)
Supermarkt (Mijo remix) (6:05)
Supermarkt (dirty Acid mix) (6:42)
Supermarkt (Amount remix) (6:42)
Supermarkt (original mix) (5:24)
Review: Berlin producer Acud follows up 2023's Matjesfilet and Verbrennungsmotor with another multi-mix remix single, 'Supermarkt'. Flexing the network with a lead remix by none other than Prins Thomas - followed by versions from Ost & Kjex, Ana Helder, Dirty Acid, Mijo, and two from Amount - this remix EP makes for a comprehensive take on just how many times a track can be reinterpreted. Straying from the original's downtempo disco whimsies and supermarket-tannoy ready basslines, each producer lends their own deconstructed flair to the original, best of which in our view has to be Amount's retakes, which seize the opportunity to create something almost entirely new and singular from the stems.
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Tags: Nu Disco
 in stock $14.25
Four Tracks
Four Tracks (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: MNQ 164. Rel: 19 Jun 24
Wounds (5:31)
Life Reborn (5:08)
Spectres (5:27)
Digital Space Interface (4:21)
Review: Mannequin's line in techno is always steely and fad-free, so Alessandro Adriani is a perfect person to step up and make the next contribution to its catalogue. There is an electro overtone to the opener with its muscular rhythms and zippy synths making for a dark, dystopian vibe. 'Life Reborn' then ups the energy levels with paddy kick drums beneath coruscated arps and tumbling hits that bring a hint of old-school EBM to the party. 'Spectres' is more overtly dark and hard and menacing with its ghoulish vocals and 'Digital Space Interface' then takes off to the cosmos on more sleek lines and something machine drum funk.
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That Was No Martian
Cat: PRED 027Z. Rel: 05 Jun 24
That Was No Martian (5:26)
That Was No Martian (Bigga version) (5:02)
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Spirit Of The Hawk
Cat: FUN 001. Rel: 11 Jun 24
Spirit Of The Hawk (5:49)
Still Positive (6:15)
You Make Me Feel (6:17)
Smart Lock (5:35)
Review: Funk On kicks off its journey with an electro workout from Atree. This is raw, percussive, rugged electro rather than silky cinematic tackle and it is therefore sure to punch through on the dance floor. 'Spirit Of The Hawk' gets things underway with wispy pads and diffuse chords next to clipped vocal samples. 'Still Positive' then rides on crisp drums with soothing backlit pads and 'You Make Me Feel' layers up wonky synth lines with retro-future bass. 'Smart Lock' is a twitchy, kinetic closer that rounds out a fine first outing.

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Something To Forget
Something To Forget (white vinyl 12" in hand-numbered hand-stamped sleeve limited to 300 copies)
Cat: IDI 019. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Something To Forget (5:10)
Something To Forget (Gabe Gurnsey remix) (6:25)
Flying Away (4:17)
Flying Away (Whitesquare remix) (5:36)
Review: Berlin's renowned Iptamenos Discos its back with more great musical enchant in the form of this new white vinyl 12" in hand-numbered hand-stamped sleeve from Boys' Shorts. This dynamic queer duo comes from Greece and is made up of Vangelis (formerly of LAGASTA) and London-based Tareq. Their Something To Forget EP is a dazzling mix of disco with a whole world of subtle influences from other genres. Two originals come accompanied by innovative remixes from Gabe Gurnsey and Whitesquare to make this an effective outing that will likely win Boys' Shorts many new followers.
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Cyberphunk (2xLP limited to 200 copies)
Cat: CT 001FKR016. Rel: 17 Jun 24
Blast Off (VIP) (5:01)
Chaos (Mystery VIP) (5:24)
Loud Enough (VIP) (4:50)
Intensity (Tension VIP) (5:44)
Splash (VIP) (5:21)
Wrong Computing (LP mix) (3:56)
Underground (feat Jamalski) (6:36)
Super Jam (extended) (6:58)
No Deal (VIP) (4:52)
Vortex (VIP) (4:40)
Time Runs Out (5:54)
Review: It was only a matter of time until a pun so ingenious as 'Cyberphunk' would be coined. Mixing the literary term cyberpunk with the drum & bass microgenre term, neurofunk, lends this EP title an unlikely treble entendre: 'neuro' also shares a close affinity with cyberpunk, the aesthetic movement - William Gibson's Neuromancer, a pioneering novel in the noir cyberpunk genre, springing to mind as the obvious case in point. Whilst producer Galagad 13 may or may not have consciously held these influences in mind as he set about making this latest EP, they certainly do persist in the collective psyche of which they form a part. Seemingly as ever of music with the word 'neuro' referenced in the title, the likes of 'Blast Off', 'Loud Enough' and 'Chaos' bring a distinctly crisp, hi-tech sound design approach to the table, with many VIPs - variations in production - of prior works also heard throughout. The most unnerving moment is the many voices, both robotic and human, heard on 'Time Runs Out', which brings a rapid, velocitous hollowness to a rapidfire set of megaraucous basses and leads.
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De Facto EP
Cat: CKNOWEP 61. Rel: 07 Jun 24
Rhythm Control (XTC mix) (5:32)
Zeta Wave (5:18)
Revenge (5:17)
Psyche (4:54)
Review: Tom Carruthers is a genuine prodigy - a prolific producer of undeniably excellent techno, electro and house music whose expertly authentic nods to dance music's shared part belie his youthfulness. He's released on L.I.E.S in the past but has mostly put out music on his own Non-Stop Rhythm label. Here he makes his bow on the reliable Craigie Knowes imprint with a predictably good four-tracker. Predictably he's delivered the goods, first joining the dots between Joey Beltram, Chiago jack and LFO on 'Rhythm Control (XTC Mix)', before layering mind-mangling analogue electronics atop a heavy TR-909 techno beat on 'Zeta Wave'. 'Revenge' is moody, rolling and hypnotic, while 'Psyche' sees him once again pay tribute to his favourite genre of all, turn-of-the-90s bleep & bass.
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Oddity (remixes)
Oddity (remixes) (12" limited to 150 copies)
Cat: MIN 306. Rel: 20 Jun 24
Bismuth (LFT remix) (5:04)
Shiny Leather (Olivia Remx) (5:52)
Hologram (Charlie remix) (5:56)
VNTBLK (Marco Segato remix) (5:50)
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Sada's Dream
Cat: SUZIEP 2. Rel: 07 Jun 24
Be That As It May (4:40)
Viral Load (5:40)
Divide & Conquer (4:27)
Bubble Gum Pop (6:21)
Sada's Dream (4:19)
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Peachland (LP limited to 150 copies)
Cat: MMS 007. Rel: 14 Jun 24
Make It Move (4:01)
Fire To Flame (3:43)
Six Inches (4:44)
Get Open (4:53)
Staring Into The Sun (4:10)
Potion (3:19)
Precious (3:57)
Falling Backwards (4:38)
 in stock $22.70
CLEAR 012 (12")
Cat: CLEAR 012. Rel: 07 Jun 24
Cyan 85 & Int Main - "404 Error" (Vocals By CEM3340) (4:09)
Hayter - "Tamed" (4:48)
Varum - "In The Air" (Robyrt's Mindset mix) (5:24)
DJ Detox - "Claims" (5:52)
Robyrt Hecht - "Stolen Letter" (3:46)
K60 - "Monolog" (4:29)
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Brain Mutants
Cat: NSA 007. Rel: 18 Jun 24
Mutated Brain Process (4:05)
Electric Mutant (4:19)
Non-Euclidean Coordinates (3:25)
Tunnel Mutant (6:01)
Depressed Mutant (4:23)
Review: The one and only DMX Krew is back once again with yet another superb release, this time on the emerging and already exciting No Static/Automatic label. This time out he blends electro with bass, acid and techno and opens up with the squelchy 303s and prickly beats of 'Mutated Brain Process' before 'Electric Mutant' layers up whirring machines and jerking drum patterns. 'Non-Euclidean Coordinates' is a high-speed and physical workout with low end menace and the superb closer 'Depressed Mutant' might just be the best of the lot with its withering sci-fi motifs and alien sounds, kinetic electro beats and otherwordly vibes.
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Whispers Of An Ancient World III
Whispers Of An Ancient World III (LP limited to 250 copies)
Cat: WAW 003. Rel: 03 Jun 24
Dog (2:40)
O Time Your Pyramids (3:50)
MCV (4:44)
Infinite Staircase Ascending (3:19)
Axaxaxas MLO (2:33)
The Combed Thunderclap (3:10)
The Plaster Cramp (2:36)
LXUM, LKWC (3:36)
Infinite Staircase Descending (3:22)
Review: Veteran electrohead and former artist on the Rephlex Records roseter DMX Krew's Ed DMX takes the well-known story by Jorge Luis Borges of The Library of Babel, said to contain all the different languages of the earth. Some deep philosophical thought has gone into the album's concept, but we'll leave that to Ed to explain. Instead, we'll tell you that from beginning to end there's plenty of the kind of trademark 80s synth playfulness in evidence, with a generally more mellow and soundtrack-related rather than frenetic and dancefloor-filling vibe in evidence, even on faster tracks like 'The Combed Thunderclap'. Still, Ed knows what he's doing when it comes to this kind of leftfield electro gear, and it's a rewarding, never boring listen.

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De La Isla EP
Cat: ESP 101. Rel: 18 Jun 24
Obscure Entrance (5:34)
Language Of The Dead (5:16)
Bandhu (4:16)
The Island Groove (7:48)
Dream Body (Lucid mix) (6:45)
Review: De La Isla EP marks a compelling debut for Espiritu Recordings, showcasing Dojo Zone's versatile production prowess across five tracks. 'Dream Body (Exotica Mix)' kicks off with a potent blend of techno and progressive house, a dynamic journey through pulsating beats and twisted mood swings. 'Houdini Hauz' follows suit, infusing 80s-inspired sounds into a modern tech house, resulting in a groove-laden sonic landscape reminiscent of new wave aesthetics. The EP takes a detour with 'Obscure Entrance,' paying homage to Detroit's rhythmic heritage with its bubbling acid lines and 808 state-esque sounds. 'Bandu Bandu' is another goodie, that ventures deeper into the realms of futurism, with its serious and contemplative tones layered over intricate textures, offering a profound listening experience. Dojo Zone's masterful fusion of retro influences with contemporary production techniques makes this inaugural release from Espiritu Recordings a promising start for the label, setting high expectations for future endeavors.
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In The Wake Of Wolves
Cat: CPU 01111101. Rel: 06 Jun 24
I Need You (2:35)
Further (3:13)
GasGas (2:00)
Minds Protection (2:48)
WORKOUT (2:32)
Half Spectrum (3:14)
New Friends (1:40)
Full Spectrum (2:28)
No Self Their Own (2:10)
Mia's Dream (Mea Culpa) (3:25)
Forget Me Not (6:14)
Peter Around Town (2:08)
Mila Stands In A Meadow For The First Time Eating Strawberries (2:49)
Review: Drew Lustman's longstanding FaltyDL moniker makes a welcome return with a debut full length record for the eminent Central Processing Unit label. In The Wake Of Wolves deconstructs Lustman's usual rough dance sound for a less predictable album-length breakdown, retaining his usual arid textures while playing up the more sound-designed and maximalist ends of his craft. In the pithy words of CPU: "This could pass for Four Tet or even Hannah Diamond at points, the steady build of pulsing synths and looped vocals recalling a more mysterious version of the PC Music sound." Whether you totally agree, you'd have to agree FaltyDL has at least taken on something of their contemporary future-pop/digisonic aesthetic and incorporated it into his own; this is most evident on the glassy pirouettes and gladiate complexities of 'Minds Protection', or the tenebrous post-punk descensions of 'New Friends', or many maximized IDM trap-doors and toolroom hard-clips of 'Workout'.
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Valley Beyond
Valley Beyond (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: SUCTION 060. Rel: 11 Jun 24
Valley Beyond (7:04)
Dieline (4:06)
Andermatt (4:18)
Komplexoboxx (7:32)
Highway 10 (6:57)
Valley Beyond (reprise) (1:38)
 in stock $16.36
Hypnotone (limited white vinyl LP)
Cat: MPD 050. Rel: 21 Jun 24
Dream Beam (5:49)
Junovia (1:11)
Potion 90 (4:32)
Italia (6:19)
In Joy (4:58)
SBX (4:52)
Sub (4:44)
Review: Hypnotone's iconic self titled mini album reissued and released just in time for this Summer Solstice. Originally released by Creation Records in 1991 - long out of print and now reissued - this one comes now meticulously remastered and pressed onto pristine white vinyl, aesthetically bolstering its pure, ascendant sound to match. The Hypnotone moniker was formed out of the bemused miasma that came after the wake of the infamous Hacienda nightclub in Manchester; made up of another related but no less legendary Tony (Martin, not Wilson) and yet another Martin (Mittler) (don't get confused, now), their eponymous debut came after an inspirational spell of digital sampler experiments and intentional Balearic hitmaking.
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Petit Koala
Cat: XRD 019. Rel: 14 Jun 24
Trainspotting (8:06)
Trainspotting (Otis & Paul Lution remix) (6:41)
Solo Para Adultos (6:03)
Koala (6:43)
Review: Ildec has become an increasingly vital artist in the last couple of years. His quality and tasteful output nudges at the boundaries of house and tech with unique sense of character. That's true again here on a new EP for Exarde that starts with a darker sound and snappy tech drums. Otis & Paul Lution remix with a hint of electro pop and futurism and 'Solo Para Adultos' then brings some shimmering synths to kinetic kicks and claps. 'Koala' is a textured stomper with an industrial cosmic edge.
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 in stock $14.51
Phemeral EP
Phemeral EP (cassette limited to 20 copies)
Cat: KGDA 001. Rel: 19 Jun 24
Lighter Than Air
 in stock $15.30
Talk Up Straight EP
Cat: HDF 002. Rel: 20 Jun 24
Talk Up Straight (5:07)
Do It Like That (5:28)
Almost There (5:57)
XTC (6:32)
Review: After a noteworthy first release, the Hidden Folder label is back in the spotlight with a new EP from Christopher Ledger. Talk Up Straight kicks off with the title track and it's the sort of tune to get any floor up on its toes and raving thanks to the slapping hits and twisted synths that bring life to the tough beats. 'Do It Like That' then brings a naughty bassline and fresh house bounce to a track with hints of retro filth. 'Almost There' is a more smooth groove that locks you into the warm synth smears and driving house drums then last of all is 'XTC' which has a menacing edge to it amongst the bristling percussion and future tech drums.
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The Mental Bandwith
Cat: ELY 097CD. Rel: 03 Jun 24
Image Of Deepness
Sixteen What I Mean
Atonic Bomb
Cinema (radio edit - French version)
Healing (radio edit)
The Trax
Echoes From Fujiyama
The Mental Bandwith
Rules Of Democracy
The Return Of The Deep Techno
Compexity Of Life
Tags: IDM | Electro Techno
 in stock $24.80
Contact E
Contact E (12")
Cat: RRR 011. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Contact E (9:22)
It Rains On Their Planet (3:36)
Dematix Upscale (7:56)
Gamma Raymond (4:01)
 in stock $14.51
Falling Star EP
Cat: IT 54. Rel: 10 Jun 24
Falling Star (6:20)
Tore (5:29)
Let The Bass Go (Mike Servito's 313 Bass mix) (5:56)
Morse (BMG mix) (6:06)
 in stock $16.36
A Promise In The Cold Night
Cat: BAP 198. Rel: 17 Jun 24
Ritmo Electronico (6:27)
Tanzen (feat Alex Vincent) (6:46)
Synthesised Emotion (5:43)
Sphere Of Light (5:04)
Review: LVCA and Otis channel the sounds of their homeland into a brooding mix of addictive lines and vocoder fire in 'Ritmo Electronico'. The track opens with a steel-edged snare driving smeared synths through a neon-stained cityscape, with robotic lyrics adding menace to the scene. 'Tanzen' pulls listeners deeper into A Promise In The Cold Night, featuring Alex Vincent's glitchy words, bright burbling bars, and a clean clap that light the way. The album's true coldness emerges with 'Synthesised Emotion,' where stabbing keys and a haze of hi-hats create a smoky, electrical atmosphere. This haze thickens in 'Sphere Of Light,' as aquatic tones and static distortion blend with ghostly vocals, encapsulating listeners in a fog of bending bodies and forms. LVCA and Otis have crafted an album that is perfect for those seeking a dark, electronic escape.
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Tags: Hi-NRG | Nu Disco
 in stock $16.36
Sounds From The Northern Hemisphere
Cat: APNEA 108. Rel: 20 Jun 24
Room 224
The Snow Storm
 in stock $28.48
Bioscan (10")
Cat: WNCL 048. Rel: 10 Jun 24
Bioscan (6:39)
Instinct (6:22)
 in stock $11.60
Misperceptions EP
Cat: PRGMM 007. Rel: 18 Jun 24
Location Tracker (3:52)
Koh (4:52)
Unexpected Encounters (4:54)
Misperceptions (6:02)
Review: Mod Sens debuts on Programm LDN with an electrifying blend of soundsystem influences, techno, and electro. Based in Malmo, Sweden, he channels his diverse musical perspectives through the renowned Melt club night in his hometown. This EP, 'Misperceptions,' reflects a period when electro dominated Malmo's underground scene and therefore inspired the artist to craft his interpretation of them. The tracks are introspective, featuring melancholic pads juxtaposed with robust drums and a commanding low-end as Mod Sens explores themes of restlessness and constraint, resulting in four elevated compositions that push Programm LDN's commitment to advancing club music.
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Part Time Hover
Cat: FTD 001. Rel: 18 Jun 24
Tub Remote Viewing (feat Roger Versey) (4:14)
Leximaze (3:30)
The Truth (3:27)
Engrams (3:40)
Dorm Ratz (3:45)
Mirages (feat Roger Versey) (3:53)
Sundayz (3:32)
Synched Thoughts (3:31)
MP Cruiser (feat Roger Versey) (4:29)
Review: After a few excellent releases on Ballyhoo and Analog Concept, MSRG latest Part Time Hover, is now out for the new Netherlands label, Foreign Tech Division. Fans of classic Detroit electro and techno, as well as deep house affionados, will immediately gravitate to these tracks, with comparions to Drexciya, Carl Craig, Space Dimension Controller and Juan Atkins all valid. Fellow techno and electro producer, Roger Versey offers his guest vocals on three of the songs here, giving them a fun, retro sound, a la Egyptian Lover.
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Acid Illusion
Acid Illusion (12" + poster + postcard + stickers + MP3 download code)
Cat: WHOISPAULA 006. Rel: 03 Jun 24
Acid Illusion (3:47)
Rodinia (5:06)
Xenograft (4:40)
Cloudless (4:15)
Cyber Rhythm (5:43)
Review: Frankfurt-Am-Main artist Not Even Noticed keeps the legacy of their city alive in the throbbing, trancey acid tones which come coursing through 'Acid Illusion' - the title track from their new EP. If that track sounds like a Harthouse classic given a shot of electro in the drum lines, 'Rodinia' comes on with melancholy trance leads that could easily have emerged on Eye Q back in the day. For all the past references, there's plenty of freshness in the production to make this record stand up and stand out, not least when we diverge to the reflective electro-acid of 'Xenograft'.
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Distant Signals EP
Cat: FAN 018. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Exolon (5:26)
Sytasol (4:30)
Alpha Grid (5:27)
Gekko7 (4:48)
Isotoxal Drift (5:14)
Review: Four dreamy exoplanetary electro cuts from Nullptr. With a melancholic orbit, the mood of this EP is wistful and lachrymose, as if the sonar-HUD on our spaceship's cockpit is over-bleeping at rapidfire; we've flown too close to the celestial object we sought, and have nothing left to do but bask in the bittersweet antagonism of space-faring victory and revelatory disappointment. 'Exolon' portrays some leftover remnant of trekkers' curiosity, suggesting we're still driven - motivated - on our quest to grasp said strange attractor. Yet 'Sytasol' moves sadder, locking in a grooved stasis through a mixture of fidgeting melodic acid and clappage. 'Alpha Grid' and 'Gekko7' hear spirits revive for a no less dreamy revolution about the sun.
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From The Depths EP
From The Depths EP (limited 12")
Cat: GUNFNGR 006. Rel: 11 Jun 24
Platinum (5:12)
Space Funk (5:57)
Mind's Eye (5:41)
No Way Home (7:02)
Review: This is some serious electro that really packs a punch. It is both physical and cerebral, with as much to keep the old noggin entertained as there is for the feet and body. The EP marks a fine return to Gunfinger Food for Obzerv who offers up his first solo vinyl release with tracks taken from some of his previous live set performances. They make for pure machine funk, with tough and robotic bass and lithe synth designs from the future. This is a one-time-only press on wax, so do not sleep.
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Cat: VKT 001. Rel: 18 Jun 24
Zecta Theme (4:05)
Las Cosas Claras, Pero No (4:12)
Regio (4:25)
Panico En Directo (3:14)
El Porder Absoluto (5:37)
De Moda (4:16)
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I Don't Want This Sort Of Thing In My House
Cat: AFT 011. Rel: 18 Jun 24
A Gentleman From London Was Very Upset (7:30)
Rock Farm Rave (6:42)
Our Survey Says (6:47)
Hellowee'n (5:56)
Review: UK electro powerhouse and general all round mainstay of the underground Radioactive Man is back with more of his singular sonic goodness, this time with Ben Pest on the Asking For Trouble label. The brilliantly entitled I Don't Want This Sort Of Thing In My House EP starts with 'A Gentleman From London Was Very Upset' and a filtered vocal sample then kicks into life with precision electro breaks and flashy acid lines. 'Rock Farm Rave' is another caustic and rave radar mix of squealing synth lines and jacked up beats, 'Our Survey Says' is hyperspeed rhythmic experimentation and 'Hello Wee'n' shuts down with spun-out cosmic grooves and bumping bass.
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The Ones We Love
Cat: XRPVY 2311. Rel: 07 Jun 24
Carry Me (4:25)
Moving Strangers (3:43)
Always (3:53)
Memories (4:21)
 in stock $18.47
Dynamic Allocation
Dynamic Allocation (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: LN 009. Rel: 05 Jun 24
Dynamic Allocation (5:00)
Cache Memory (4:45)
Accumulator (5:02)
Data Hierarchy (4:57)
Review: Fresh off his amazing remixes of classic Juan Atkins material, Santiago Salazar is quickly becoming one of thee names in techno on the west coast of America. His latest 12" 'Dynamic Allocation EP', has found its way to have a home on the top-notch Detroit label, Limited Network. The unique title track perfectly blurs the lines between techno and electro brilliantly while 'Cache Memory' succeeds in a classy retro way. For the second side, 'Accumulator' kicks things up a notch with some hi-tech electro business for the dancefloor. Things close out in great fashion on 'Data Hierarchy' which is one of our favorites on this release. Looking for a different take on Detroit styled techno? You found it here in spades.
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 in stock $17.41
Unreal Memory
Unreal Memory (2xLP + MP3 download code limited to 200 copies)
Cat: HCR 020LP02. Rel: 04 Jun 24
MonoReject126 (4:04)
Wav3G7iM653 (5:09)
Euphoric Imitations (6:24)
Non-Decay (2:17)
28th Of 12th (5:37)
Percido Boundary (5:57)
Process Mapping 202 (4:59)
Juno (Swirling Clouds) (5:35)
Unreal Memory (4:56)
Return To Abnormal (4:32)
Rave Machine (5:50)
Gobshite Acid (4:44)
 in stock $41.43
The Coiled One
The Coiled One (limited red marbled vinyl LP)
Cat: CLOLP 5353. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Locusts (3:56)
Heretic's Fork (4:37)
Vortex (4:04)
Infrastructure (4:30)
Compression Test (4:18)
Threnody (3:44)
The Judas Cradle (3:52)
Syndrome Exhibit (4:05)
Babel (4:35)
Static Detonates The Gel (4:31)
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Mydefinition Part II
Cat: OYSTER 45. Rel: 14 Jun 24
SKYnetOPENwindow (4:24)
DaREAL90'sdeal (5:13)
ShaCAT'selecTRON70's (4:47)
RimFLYgemini (7:52)
NightTRAIN29X (6:29)
DeeepFLYYyyHIgh (7:18)
GemiNIorigIN (5:00)
CUTlightDAY (4:30)
YZXY EndERGY (5:43)
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Heart Drives The Machine
Cat: EE 001. Rel: 07 Jun 24
Celestial Flame (5:28)
Love Not Lost (6:13)
Motor City Man (6:27)
Aurora Lake (5:24)
Review: Elements Electric is a brand new label out of Dublin that kicks off with revered local talent Peter Sweeney who has also worked as Rustal on labels such as 393 Records and Diffuse Reality. His delightful electro, techno and house fusion sound brings plenty of key Detroit references with it and opener 'Celestial Flame' features pitch-bent acid streaks over kinetic drums. 'Love Not Lost' is another one laced with the sound of the 303 and has glistening celestial melodic details over deep drums. 'Motor City Man' is a classic Mid-Western cut with turbocharged drums and future synth soul while 'Aurora Lake' shows a more melodic side with nostalgic synths intertwining with each other over jacked up beats.
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Rapture EP
Cat: LOP 17. Rel: 20 Jun 24
Hold You One More Time
Arp Jam
 in stock $15.82
Germ In A Population Of Buildings
Germ In A Population Of Buildings (LP + MP3 download code in embossed sleeve)
Cat: PAN 132. Rel: 06 Jun 24
Being Is A Stone (3:22)
Constructing (3:01)
Ergo Dynamic Tree (2:58)
Green Lung (3:10)
Germ In A Population Of Beings (1:30)
Patterning (3:49)
Asphalt Flows (4:19)
Soft Sand (2:39)
Square To Sphere (3:08)
Metro Shake Whispers (4:45)
Review: Upsammy's 2023 stonker Germ In A Population Of Buildings now comes to vinyl via PAN. Continuing in one very particular aspect of the Amsterdam musician's craft - her interest in architecture and environmental design, and how that plays into and informs on sound - this LP evinces ideas of a rewilded modernist edifice, avoiding static textures in favour of a 'constantly shifting' sound. An IDM record teeming with electroacoustic textures, all of which sound "alive" - wood, brick, steel, ceramic, concrete, you name the building material - it seems that Upsammy's intent is to physically model almost every possible foley impact on the planet and arrange it into a single whimsical symphony. A digital audiophile's dream.
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Estados De Animo: Reworks
Cat: OSMOLBR 001. Rel: 18 Jun 24
Mateo Ottonello - "Kabumba" (feat Hugo Fattoruso) (7:06)
Daniel Anselmi - "Tapiz Montevideano" (5:23)
Z@p - "Homo Sapiens" (6:29)
Digregorius - "Sobrevolando" (7:09)
Two Phase U - "Y El Tiempo Pasa" (Time Is Like Sand remix) (5:47)
Federico Deutsch - "Peregrino" (3:55)
Santiago Uribe - "Estado De Animo" (7:12)
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Clickin EP
Cat: XK 035. Rel: 11 Jun 24
Clickin' (5:56)
Panda Express (6:56)
Q&A (5:05)
Full Circle (6:20)
 in stock $14.25
Cat: TRUST 046. Rel: 03 Jun 24
Cataclysm (5:06)
Intrusion (7:35)
Syndicate War (7:03)
Axon Terminal (6:05)
Review: Versalife is one of the many aliases of prolific Dutch producer Versalife. It is where he explores electro in meticulous detail and this new Technofeudalism 12" is as good as it gets. 'Cataclysm' kicks off with a deft and broken beat rhythm, celestial chords and eerie little melodic details that keep you on your toes. 'Intrusion' is darker and more direct with a menacing bassline. 'Syndicate War' ups the ante once more with more energetic rhythms and jagged synths flashing across the face of the tune while 'Axon Terminal' is a moody closer with bittersweet melancholic in the pads.
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