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Hydro Doorways (12" reeditado)
Cat: TRESOR 137. Rel: 11 Jun 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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 in stock $8.10
  1. Sinoesin - "Angels Of Altitude" (part 1) (7:10)
  2. Electro Music Union - "Structures 1" (7:18)
  3. Xonox - "Transmission" (5:07)
  4. Electro Music Union - "Structures 2" (5:29)
  5. Electro Music Union - "Structures 3" (5:32)
  6. Electro Music Union - "Descent" (5:55)
  7. Electro Music Union - "Structures 4" (5:30)
  8. Electro Music Union - "Electroshock Mountain" (5:55)
  9. Sinoesin - "Static Bodies" (4:57)
  10. Sinoesin - "Angels Of Altitude" (part 2) (7:55)
  11. Electro Music Union - "Immortal Cities" (4:30)
Review: For a brief period in 1993 and 1994, British imprint Metatone released some seriously good electronic music. The label was the work of former Jack Trax man Damon D'Cruz and J.M.Atkins, who wrote and produced almost all of the releases under aliases including Electro Music Union, Sinoesin and Xonox. This fine compilation from Cold Blow and AVA. Records showcases the best of this work, drifting between deep and intergalactic workouts (see the spacey ambient influences and pitched-down grooves of "Angels of Altitude (Part 1)"), blissful ambient techno ("Structures 1"), rush-inducing dancefloor positivity (the overwhelmingly good "Structures 3"), spacey ambient ("Descent") and heavyweight, post-bleep brilliance ("Electroshock Mountain").
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BROT 02 (12")
Cat: BROT 02. Rel: 12 Jun 19
  1. Brot 5 (6:06)
  2. Brot 6 (8:27)
  3. Brot 7 (7:56)
  4. Brot 8 (5:57)
Review: Back in March, Icelandic techno stalwart Felix Leifur inaugurated Lagaffe Tales' BROT series with a quartet of decidedly punishing cuts that joined the dots between icy electro and bustling, rave-era breakbeat. He's at it again here, opening with bass-heavy hedonism of "Brot 5" - a sweaty fusion of energy-packed breakbeats, dubbed-out chords and weighty sub bass - before brilliantly fusing dub techno and club electro on the deep and spaced-out "Brot 6". Over on the flip, "Brot 7" is a crunchy electro box jam and "Brot 8" is a rolling mixture of locked-in beats, rubbery bass tones, trippy aural textures and mind-mangling electronics.
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ZMNT 002 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ZMNT 002. Rel: 10 Jun 19
  1. Nucleon (7:38)
  2. Wounds (6:20)
  3. The Cure For My Kind (5:50)
  4. Hypno Haniwa (5:51)
Review: LFT has already made a sizable impact on his gnarly, muscular brand of weathered electro and techno, and now he's been snapped up by Zement to deliver another four rowdy roundhousers. "Nucleon" channels the best of minimal wave and gives it a deadly dose of modern acid revelry that will incite fevered responses on the floor, while "Wounds" takes things in a spookier B-movie direction without shaking off those powerful 303 demons. "The Cure For My Kind" manifests as a kind of nightmarish electro, and "Hypno Haniwa" takes another route into machine funk for malevolent souls, with stunning results.
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Precious Materials (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ART 20. Rel: 12 Jun 19
  1. Peach Hat (5:46)
  2. Harnessed Black Holes (3:55)
  3. Lavendah (5:14)
  4. Precious Materials (4:37)
Review: Analogue hardware enthusiasts London Modular Alliance return to Kirk Degiorgio's storied Applied Rhythmic Technology label following a string of fine outings on Private Persons and Dimensions Recordings. Interesting, LMA believe that the EP boasts their strongest collection of cuts to date and we tend to agree. Opener "Peach Heat" sets the tone via rubbery but rock solid electro beats, wild electronics and echoing deep space sounds, before they pitch down the tempo on the sparse, spaced-out heaviness of "Harnessed Black Holes". Further body-rocking dancefloor explorations are provided on the flip, first by the Dexter style heavy electro throb of "Lavendah" and then via the booming bass, foreboding tribal drums and razor-sharp TB-303 pulses of "Precious Materials".
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Revelation (12")
Cat: DE 026. Rel: 05 Jun 19
  1. Revelation (9:24)
  2. Revelation (reprise) (1:57)
  3. 1987 (5:41)
  4. 1987 (Arpeggio bonus) (1:44)
Review: Polish producer, graphic designer and writer/poet Karol Gwozdz aka Nail joins German label Dominance Electricity, who's hosted Blastromen, Dynamik Bass System and legends Jackal & Hyde in the past. The Silesia-based artist's vinyl debut comes in the form of "Revelation" - a brooding and majestic electro epic with vocoder lyrics in the same vein as legend Anthony Rother. This is followed up by the fierce and functional electro-bass workout "1987" on the flip. Proper heads down tackle which also comes with a handy "Arpeggio Bonus" where he shines the spotlight on the track's glistening, sublime arpeggio melody.
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Airwave Uranium (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: XK 017. Rel: 05 Jun 19
  1. Airwave Uranium (7:34)
  2. King Rat (7:08)
  3. Airwave Uranium (Lou Karsh Acid Flashback) (5:58)
Review: When it comes to exploring the full potential of Roland's iconic TB-303 bass synthesizer, few are quite as capable of I Love Acid and Balkan Vinyl chiefs Posthuman. Here the long-serving duo pops up on X-Kalay with a particularly robust and club-friendly three-tracker. For straight-up heaviness you can't beat "King Rat", a muscular and sweaty fusion of booming beats, clanking drum fills, outer-space effects and energy-packed acid lines. Arguably more exciting, though, is A-side "Airwave Uranium", an acid-electro bubbler rich in psychedelic TB-303 lines, moody chords and bleeping electronics. X-Kalay artist Lou Karsh provides the accompanying remix, giddily emphasizing Posthuman's razor-sharp acid lines while subtly beefing up the beats.
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Intérprete: Placid
 in stock $10.45
Stress Test (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: IT 041. Rel: 04 Jun 19
  1. Stress Test (4:28)
  2. ElasTCT (4:16)
  3. Adequate Force (5:55)
  4. Fail Better (Bent mix) (4:10)
Review: Ilian Tape fam: Stenny returns with some long-awaited fractured schematics. Last spotted on the previous V/A EPs, this is his first solo EP for over 18 months and he's making up for lost time... Opener "Stress Test" hits like a cross between Youngstar and Tim Wright circa 2001 while "ElasTCT" takes a much bumpier technoid approach in a way you could imagine Craig Richards playing at 5am. "Adequate Force" racks up the electro shock therapy with a blistering breakbeat whipslap which DJ Stingray would happily play, before closer "Fail Better (Bent Mix)" takes things back to the jungle foundations. All molten breaks and glacial pads. Keep it rolling.
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Intérprete: Ben Sims
 in stock $10.98
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