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Berceuse Heroique

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Shlocky (double 12" + poster)
Cat: BH 014. Rel: 30 Jun 15
  1. 50-50 (6:47)
  2. Freeze (5:48)
  3. Soho (7:37)
  4. Future Shock (6:12)
  5. Hole (refix) (3:37)
Review: Current go-to-man for the UK underground, Beneath follows up some high profile releases on PAN and his own No Symbols imprint, with a new one on Berceuse Heroique featuring some typically beaten down but forward thinking perspectives of the dancefloor. First up "50/50" and its snarling acid work out faces off with a broken beat off set by serene atmospherics. "Freeze" is next with its funky and disjointed rhythm taking a more minimalist approach to showcase that A1 bassline and sultry kick ass rhythm. "Soho" with its sheer futurism merges reliable dancefloor dynamics with cleverly executed sound design, then wait for the drop! Finally "Future Shock" pays homage to his dubstep roots with a dirty exploration of sub-bass dynamics complete with haunting yet exotic string accompaniment.
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out of stock $15.01
Japonaiserie EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BH 044. Rel: 04 Jan 18
  1. Tokyo Hi Life (4:03)
  2. Compassion & Release (4:11)
  3. Far Distant Star System (3:55)
  4. 100 Echoes (3:42)
  5. Les Pays Exterieurs (3:08)
  6. Electric Town (5:14)
  7. Wet Cellophane (3:10)
out of stock $11.32
The Dancing Clowns (12" + insert)
Cat: BH 022. Rel: 02 Oct 15
  1. The Dancing Clowns (15:34)
  2. The Dancing Clowns (Specter remix) (9:04)
Review: Scottish techno legend (now based in Bristol) Marco Bernardi has had a consistent run of great releases recently and this one certainly does not disappoint. His latest release is a label debut for Berceuse Heroique with "The Dancing Clowns" a soulful and melancholic epic that proudly wears its Motor City influence on its sleeve, but it still unmistakeably Bernardi. The remix on the flip by Andres Ordonez aka Specter is equally as brilliant, but deeper and more atmospheric with its sombre pads and sublime melody given the right amount of momentum by that sharp and buzzing bassline.
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Proto World EP (heayweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BH 036. Rel: 20 Jan 17
  1. Proto World (9:06)
  2. Spirit House (3:50)
  3. Vision Animal (7:32)
  4. Hope (6:11)
out of stock $11.32
Archives (double 12")
Cat: BH 042 5. Rel: 11 Jan 18
  1. Agro (8:34)
  2. Shock (8:37)
  3. 12515 (13:07)
  4. The Alpaga Pet Boys (10:44)
  5. Laz (7:28)
out of stock $16.84
Void EP (heavyweight vinyl double 12")
Cat: BH 055. Rel: 12 Dec 18
  1. Void (8:49)
  2. Machine (9:15)
  3. R24 (8:02)
  4. Voice (2:50)
  5. Mechanic (6:51)
  6. Mod (7:52)
Review: While George Thompson AKA Black Merlin has released rather a lot of fine material in recent times, we still think that he saves his best for Berceuse Heroique - or at least his darkest and most clandestine aural explorations. For proof, check this inspired double-pack of creepy, pitch-black workouts, which we think contains some of his most potent work to date. There's the triple-time, paranoid deep techno throb of "Void", the faintly threatening dystopian dancefloor shuffle of "Machine", and the clanking, industrial-fired hypnotism of "R24" and "Mechanic". While it tends towards the paranoid and unsettling, Thompson has included one sun-bright shard of light: the blissful, beat-free, intertwined synthesizer lines of closing cut "Mod".
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Cat: BH 005. Rel: 13 May 14
  1. Breaker 1 2 - "Ratz In The Back" (Sewage mixx)
  2. Ekman - "Fuck Your Rock & Jack Your Funk"
out of stock $9.47
Zibaldone III of CVX (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BH 047. Rel: 03 Jul 18
  1. Protesta Humana (2:39)
  2. Fleurs Pour Simone (part 1) (1:53)
  3. Every Tyrant In History (5:43)
  4. Invectors (3:43)
  5. Fleurs Pour Simone (part 2) (1:58)
  6. Exhibit 'A' Smartphone (3:46)
Review: Rather unexpectedly, the third CVX release, to date, comes through on Berceuse Heroique, an imprint which seems to be following and replicating just about any genre or sub-culture form the past, making it a perfect example of post-post-modernism in action. Zibaldone III of CVX, a serious previously restricted to the Laura Lies In label, is undoubtedly a wild and wicked concoction of nebulous sonics that are all driven by a toxic, merciless percussion which spews from all angles with a certain mechanical fashion. It's an honourable third edition of the series, and we hope this marks a beginning of a new dawn for CVX. Wicked style.
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out of stock $11.06
Dead City (12")
Cat: BH 026. Rel: 12 May 16
  1. Dead City (5:58)
  2. Sorry To Disappoint (4:21)
  3. Sorry To Disappoint (OB Ignitt remix)
Review: While Dutch electro/techno veteran DJ Overdose's recent releases for Viewlexx and Unknown To The Unknown were devoted to straight-up thrill seeking, this outing on Berceuse Heroique is an altogether more varied prospect. While flipside "Sorry To Disappoint" is a deliciously cheery electro number with distinctive synth-funk overtones, opener "Dead City" is an altogether darker and more disturbed affair. Murky, twisted and clandestine, with jungle style percussion flourishes, black electronics and wild stabs, it's something of twisted, late night treat. A fine EP is completed by Detroiter O.B Ignitt's rework of "Sorry To Disappoint", which re-casts the track as a rolling house groover full of vintage synth work, disco percussion hits and rubbery electric bass notes.
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F Planet (12")
Cat: BH 042. Rel: 21 Nov 17
  1. F Planet (6:09)
  2. Astral Pilot (4:26)
  3. F Planet (Shifted remix) (5:18)
Review: London's Berceuse Heroique sets its sights on a group of fully established artists with another collaboration between DJ Spider and Franklin De Costa, a German producer who himself has been part of the house/techno landscape that verges on the more techy, loopy side of the spectrum. The duo launch a pair of steely, mechanic techno tools with solid grooves at their core, not to mention some gruesome bass bubbling, too, and Shifted's remix is unsurprisingly effective, if a tad on the cold side - but then again, that's just how the Berlin kids love it.
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Intérprete: M50
out of stock $11.32
Hexentrix (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BH 021. Rel: 02 Oct 15
  1. Hexentrix (11:38)
  2. Hexentrix (Jordan GCZ remix) (13:17)
Review: With his passion for the unusual and unsettling, Florian Meyer's Don't DJ project is a perfect fit with Gizmo's similarly inclined Berceuse Heroique imprint. While the Germann producer's most recent previous outing explored krautrock-inspired drone textures for Emotional Response, "Hexentrix" is a pleasingly melodious affair - even if the chiming, music box melodies have a curiously chilling feel. This uneasy vibe is emphasized further via loose, organic sounding percussion and a surprisingly powerful drone bassline. Jordan GCZ remixes, utilizing many of the original elements while adding the restless pulse of a hypnotic techno rhythm.
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Musique Acephale (gatefold 2xLP) (1 per customer)
Cat: BH 031. Rel: 06 Oct 16
  1. Evocation In Desert Ruins (7:00)
  2. Pornoire (13:07)
  3. Evolve (9:07)
  4. Disparata 69 (8:05)
  5. Polyamory (12:18)
  6. Highbreeds (8:38)
  7. Syrian Rue (5:27)
  8. Fall (4 Interesting Music) (7:32)
  9. The Grey Shrine (6:44)
Review: Berceuse Heroique has primarily dealt in EPs up until now, so it's surprising to see the label stretching itself to LP format. We were sure that this imprint was pretty adamant about keeping things in single-mode. Nevertheless, Don't DJ is always a refreshing listen, and he's now accustomed to releasing on album format given a recent string of them for various labels around the experimental techno circuits, like birdFriend and that excellent excursion on Emotional Rescue. There's a great blend of polyrhythms and deep tribalism throughout the first three tunes, a wave of euphoria that is displaced by the more broken patters of "Disparate 69" and "Polyamory". More leftfield antics follow suit, as the album descends into a spiral of intricate percussion patterns and minimalistic melodies. Another fine Don't DJ appearance. We're intrigued to see where this nomad will take his sounds to next...
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out of stock $19.48
Gammellan (12")
Cat: BH 029. Rel: 24 Mar 16
  1. Gammellan (9:26)
  2. Gammellan (Dresvn remix) (6:41)
Review: Florian Meyer is one of the most experimental artists working in dance music and Gammellan shows why he enjoys that status. The follow-up to 2015's Hexentrix on Berceuse Heroique, it sees him take influence from the Indonesian music referenced in the title to construct a dense, percussive rhythm track replete with chiming, melodic riffs that glisten like dew on a lawn at sunrise. The label has also commissioned a great remix; Acido and SUEd pair Dresvn draw on inspiration from the shimmering melodies of early to mid-90s Warp's back catalogue to create a version that teems with intricate melodies and dramatic strings.
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Cat: BH 039. Rel: 06 Jul 17
  1. Zwischending (8:15)
  2. Wiederganger (7:26)
Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $11.32
All Love Affairs Fail But They Never End (heavyweight vinyl double 12")
Cat: BH 050. Rel: 17 Jul 18
  1. Veles (6:23)
  2. Veles (Newworldaquarium 451 dub) (9:43)
  3. Reapercussion (8:30)
  4. Two Of Pentacles (16:41)
Review: Hearty congratulations to the admirable Berceuse Heroique label, which here celebrates notching up 50 releases with a fine double-vinyl EP from label stalwart Don't DJ (AKA producer Florian Meyer). The first 12" boasts two versions of "Veles": the producer's original version - a slowly unfurling polyrhythmic techno delight rich in shuffling, South American influenced rhythms, poignant chords, fluttering pan pipe lines and foreboding aural textures - and a deep space techno Dub by Newworldaquarium. Over on record two, the broken techno rhythms, chiming melodies and fizzing electronics of "Reapercussion" [sic] are followed by the drowsy and humid ambient throb of foreboding closer "Two Of Pentacles".
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Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan
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Emperor's New Clothes Part 1 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BH 048. Rel: 03 Jul 18
  1. Rights (5:13)
  2. The Way You Make Me Feel (4:35)
  3. Tension (5:31)
  4. Millions & Millions Of Palestinions (6:13)
  5. Magic Headlines Foul The Air (6:12)
  6. Who Am I (3:49)
Review: Berceuse Heroique never ceases to disappoint when it comes to a bit of comic relief. That sounds strange for a label which specialises in uncompromising outsider sounds, of all shapes and sizes, and predictably dark shades of music, but there is a surprise at every turn. Now, the Athens-based imprint makes a turn to Duckett, a relatively unsung figure of the early minimal and tech-house scene from the UK. Emperor's New Clothes Part 1 is a varied dance single with six effective cuts riding shotgun; the bounce begins with the trippy bleeps of "Rights", followed by the more broken, off-kilter noise approach of "The Way You Make Me Feel" and the sleepy minimalism of "Tension". The B-Side is similarly hedonistic, with all sorts of chanting making way for yet more tooled-up beats and wayward samples.
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Acid7 (12")
Cat: BH 006. Rel: 06 Mar 14
  1. Acid7
  2. Acid7 (Vereker remix)
Review: One of last year's breakthrough labels, Berceuse Heroique, returns with a sixth release and more compelling evidence that Dutch producer Ekman can be the sonic equivalent of GBH when the mood fits. Those out there lucky enough to scoop up Roel Dijcks inauguration of Berceuse Heroique will already be sending signals from their brains to the fingers that say "click buy". "Acid 7" proves to be just as deadly as that release, jaggedly throwing the burning embers of a malfunctioning Roland unit into battle a crud infested bass drum before some hi hats come in to add to the frenzy. The label's fine tradition of remix commissions continues with LIES artist Vereker homing in on the psychedelic DNA of Ekman's production with the resultant production looser but no less deadly.
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Intérprete: 3.14
out of stock $9.47
GMMDI (12" + insert)
Cat: BH 015. Rel: 28 Apr 15
  1. GMMDI (5:53)
  2. GMMDI (Breaker 1 2 remix) (7:52)
Review: If you didn't know that Ekman was from Holland, you could probably guess; his distorted, saucer-eyed take on techno sounds tailor-made for dark, dusty squat parties in Rotterdam or The Hague. Here he returns to the mighty Berceuse Heroique imprint with another formidable chunk of Dexter-on-acid rave sorcery. "GMMDI" brilliantly blends relentless techno rhythms, recorded-in-a-cement-mixer synths and dancing rave melodies into the sort of throbbing techno banger that could have been recorded at any point over the last 30 years. Ekman's old pals Breaker 1 2 provide the B-side remix, simmering things down whilst retaining the original's foreboding chords and thumping beats.
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Reaction (12" + insert)
Cat: BH 017. Rel: 13 May 15
  1. Reaction (8:25)
  2. Ekosphere (5:00)
  3. Animal (4:21)
Intérprete: Mark Forshaw, Joe Drive
out of stock $10.27
The Fuck (12")
Cat: BH 020. Rel: 24 Jul 15
  1. The Fuck (8:24)
  2. The Fuck (Jamal Loves His IBM remix) (8:23)
Review: Berceuse Heroique continue their quest to put out only the most distorted, dystopian and intense techno cuts by turning to sometime Tabernacle, Scenery and Mathematics man Mark Forshaw. The wild freakery of A-side "The Fuck" is strangely alluring, with ragged, undulating acid lines and psychedelic electronics - most notable in a trippy multi-speed breakdown - sitting alongside head-mangling, in-your-face beats. The flipside IBM Remix is a little more straightforward, but no less intense, with juddering, cyclical loops and deliciously darting synth lines riding a pounding but rolling techno groove. As ever with BH, it's not for the faint of heart, but is certainly very good.
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out of stock $11.32
Hole (limited 180 gram vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: BH 002. Rel: 08 Jul 13
  1. Hole
  2. Hole (Transportation AAD remix)
out of stock $13.43
Cat: BH 011. Rel: 19 Dec 14
  1. Full Frontal
  2. Blowout (with Ramon Ramirez)
Review: Berceuse Heroique sign off an impressive second year with the long overdue Full Frontal 12" from Detroit's Manuel Gonzales, one of the 3 records from the London label to arrive brandishing full sleeve art. "Full Frontal" finds Gonzales aligning with a hi tempo techno thrust that's more redolent of his Detroit forebearers than any contemporary, working his way swiftly through five minutes of sci fi style bleep laden sonics that feel like they are increasing in speed with every passing second. It's all delivered with an underlying sense of paranoia and unease that has you fully gripped. Complementing this, "Blowout" finds Gonzales collaborating with Ramon Ramirez for a celebratory experiment in minimalist rhythms and maximalist synths which is reminiscent of the Detroit artist's work as Savant.
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Cat: BH 12. Rel: 19 Dec 14
  1. Strange Apparitions In My Recording Room
  2. Strange Apparitions In My Recording Room (Hashman Deejay Ambient remix)
Review: Arriving with some superb sleeve art courtesy of PAN boss man Bill Kouligas, there's not one aspect of this Healing Force Project record for Berceuse Heroique that doesn't impress. As Healing Force Project, Antonio Marini has been responsible for some truly inspiring techno for the likes of Acido, Eerie and Sequencias that is as spiritually enriching as the name suggests. It's easy to bear comparisons with Jamal Moss when discussing Marini's work, but the wonderfully named "Strange Apparitions In My Recording Room" feels like it's drawing inspiration from the Jeff Mills project Something In The Sky. Few artists possess the talent to combine jazz and techno in an impressive fashion, yet Marini makes it all sound so easy. The B-side finds Berceuse Heroique look to Vancouver, and invite Mood Hut's Hashman Deejay to rework the track in a manner that brings to mind early DJ Food output, albeit a housed-up variant.
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Brasserie Heroique Edits Part 5 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BH 043. Rel: 04 Jan 18
  1. External Error (5:30)
  2. Possessed By The Drums (4:22)
  3. Tripper (9:10)
Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan, Malka Tuti
out of stock $11.32
Cat: BH 13. Rel: 19 Dec 14
  1. You Better Lie Down
  2. Exodus Blue
  3. Return To The East
Review: After vinyl crushers for Tempa, Hotline, and Dnuos Ytivil, Hodge's dancefloor experiments find a welcome home in Berceuse Heroique with the quite excellent You Better Lie Down. There's a humidity apparent on both the title track and "Exodus Blue", and the former is perhaps Hodge's most focussed production to date. Its sole purpose, to mess up the dance, is executed with razor like precision. "Exodus Blue" comes from a murkier place, with strange textures rubbing up against piston-style drum sounds in a manner similar to Jam City. Space is found for Hodge to forgo the dancefloor completely with the brief, beatless outerlude "Return To The East" which sounds as if he's sampled the Tardis!
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Cat: BH 024. Rel: 04 Nov 15
  1. Burned Into Memory (6:16)
  2. He Woke In Darkness (5:24)
  3. Forms Of Life (7:13)
Review: Bristolian artist Hodge delivers more of his renowned style of techno via UK bass, with rather impressive results as seen on releases for Idle Hands and Livity Sound. This time for the always surprising Berceuse Heroique imprint. Starting off with the gnarly epic that is "Burned Into Memory" whose 808 kicks you in the face amidst dark Carl Craig-like string stabs and industrial strength snare attacks. It's not as brutalist on "He Woke In Darkness" a sublime deep house track with an angelic choir melody preset from an old synth backed by a killer drum machine workout. But it's no more Mr. Nice Guy again on "Forms Of Life" a stomping peak time monster with epically dark strings, rusty, hissing high hats and gutsy 909 stomp.
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Cat: BH 046. Rel: 11 Jan 18
  1. Beneath Two Moons (5:48)
  2. There Is A Storm Coming In (5:15)
  3. Don't Hold Your Breath (6:37)
  4. All Is Not Lost (4:19)
Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan, Doo
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Cat: BH 058. Rel: 12 Dec 18
  1. Raptors (6:36)
  2. Xenomorph (6:23)
  3. Night Run (5:43)
  4. Bam (5:23)
Review: Livity Sound alumnus Hodge serves up a riveting new release here for Berceuse Heroique. The Exogenesis EP portrays polyrhythmic percussion, 808 subs and ear-ripping hoover synths, putting a haunting spin on the Bristol based artist's classic sound. From the totally tripped-out bass heavy bounce of "Raptors" or the EP's stand out that is the title track - a pitch black industrial dance workout. On the flip, it is definitely all about the polyrhythmic aspects, as heard on the rather hypnotic drum track "Night Run" followed by the hyperactive stutter of "Bam" which will leave you truly disoriented.
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out of stock $11.06
Caves Of Steel (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BH 037. Rel: 20 Dec 16
  1. Caves Of Steel (5:03)
  2. No Direction To Spacetown (feat Jeroen) (6:36)
  3. Caves Of Steel (Convextion remix) (6:39)
  4. The Strips (3:19)
Review: Olf Van Elden is a producer on the rise. The Dutch producer has barely put a foot wrong since making his debut on Rush Hour back in 2013, consistently impressing with each subsequent release. Even so, this outing on Berceuse Heroique could be his strongest EP to date. Title track "Caves of Steel" offers a heady blend of sci-fi electronics, Drexciyan flourishes and foreboding dancefloor grooves. It's brilliantly remixed by re-born electro legend Convextion, whose thrilling re-make will have you dancing in outer space. Elsewhere, "The Strips" is a perfectly executed chunk of intergalactic ambience full of alien textures and far-out electronics, while Jeroen collaboration "No Direction To Spacetown" is a hauntingly sparse and bubbly electro/techno hybrid.
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Cat: BH 038. Rel: 14 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. Event Horizon (10:03)
  2. The Surface (7:25)
  3. The Centre Of Time (19:57)
Review: One half of the Canyons, Leo James first presented his solo artistry in 2015 on his own Body Language. 18 months and four EPs deep, his landscapes are becoming more and more vivid and alluring, notably now on the ever-innovative Berceuse Heroique. Unhurried and gossamer in its synthetic sheen, there's a strong sense of science and futurism coded into these wonderfully extensive narratives as the ominous plod and clipped riff uplift of "The Surface", the oceanic epicity of "The Centre Of Time" and the playful thrust of the title track fuse to form almost 40 minutes of immersive electronic soul.
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  1. Half Deaf Pulse
  2. Baroque Mutiny
  3. Mysterious Satsuma
Review: Having impressed with their first Brasserie Heroique Edits EP, the Berceuse Heroique label deliver a speedy follow-up. Whereas that first EP chopped, looped and tweaked leftfield disco and alternative soul from Moxie and Jamal Moss, this second 12" form Japan Blues, aka Ethbo Records founder Howard Williams takes an altogether more eccentric approach. Opener "Half Dead Pulse" is dreamy, melodic and, well, rather odd, with vocal chants and fluid melodies riding a skittering drum machine rhythm and long, drawn-out chords. "Baroque Mutiny" sounds like post-punk-meets-chiming synth-pop (with a dubwise beat), but is almost certainly an edit of an obscure new wave track. Finally, "Mysterious Satsuma" delivers an attractive blend of exotic, Eastern synth lines and curious, experimental Italo rhythms.
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Stoned Bird (limited 12" + insert)
Cat: BH 023. Rel: 04 Nov 15
  1. Spurned My Colour (5:15)
  2. Beak (4:04)
  3. Stoned Bird (3:50)
Review: Given the undoubted quality of Howard Williams' first release for Berceuse Heroique under the Japan Blues moniker - the superb Brasserie Heroique Edits Volume 2 - you'd expect this second 12" for Kemal's imprint to be equally inspired. It is, of course, with Williams' digging deep in his near bottomless crates of obscure Japanese releases for inspiration. He begins with "Spurned My Colour", a delightfully jaunty and cheery fusion of chiming synthesizer melodies, broken electro drums and sampled vocal stabs. He goes dense and tribal on "Stoned Bird", brilliantly cutting up, manipulating and rearranging a killer, African-inspired percussion track. As for closer "Beak", it expertly joins the dots between wonky, undulating live percussion and the weighty pulse of contemporary techno, via some thrilling backwards drum hits.
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out of stock $11.57
The Safest Dub (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BH 049. Rel: 03 Jul 18
  1. The Warmest Dub (4:45)
  2. The Safest Dub (6:45)
  3. The Sweetest Dub (9:10)
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Dynasty (12")
Cat: BH 07. Rel: 14 Jul 14
  1. Dynasty
  2. Spirla Light
  3. Deleted Scene
Review: Yes! Berceuse Heroique come through with Dynasty, their much anticipated transmission from Bristol's resident Seb Tellier lookalike Koehler. Compare and contrast the three tracks here with Koehler's last official release on Skudge White (there's an uncredited R Zone contribution inbetween too) and you'll be more than satisfied with how his productions have developed. The alien feel and grin inducing crunch of percussion remains central to his work on the title cut where a swaggering gut punch of synth stabs, darkside basslines and rolling rhythms result in one of those tracks you will love to slam into a mix. Yet it's nice to see Koehler explore beatless synth compositions on the brief "Deleted Scene" before heading back into apocalyptic club territory with the snarling highlight "Spiral Light".
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Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan, Conforce
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Cat: BH 028. Rel: 12 May 16
  1. Contra Blood (6:26)
  2. Flammarion Breach (6:27)
  3. Rotating Rupees (4:15)
Review: One of the main contributors to Berceuse Heroique delivers a bass-heavy three-track EP. First up is the title track; with its robust breaks and ear-splitting shrieks unfolding over wave upon wave of nausea-inducing sub-bass, it worships at the altar of hardcore. "Flammarion Beach" is also underpinned by a tearing low end, but on this occasion, the bass intensity is offset by high-pitched trance melodies that flit and hover above the arrangement. Closing out the release is "Rotating Rupees". In stark contrast to the other tracks, it's a soft-focus, ambient passage that recalls the more cosmic end of '70s library music, a soothing alternative to Koehler's fury.
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Cat: BH 019. Rel: 16 Jun 15
  1. Anti Gravity Switch (A Made Up Sound remix) (4:49)
  2. Anti Gravity Switch (4:53)
Review: Berlin-based producer Koehler may well have affiliations with both Skudge and Creme's R-Zone series, but he's clearly built a bond with London label Berceuse Heroique. Last year's label debut Dynasty was Koehler at his post-apocalyptic best and he's on similarly face-slapping form with "Anti-Gravity Switch". Produced with fellow Berlin type Kuno, the track is essentially a DJ tool for those who like their tracks to breathe a certain filth laden rudeness. A disgustingly thick acid-like riff is at the core of "Anti-Gravity Switch" around which Koehler and Kuno lay down some foundation shattering drum programming. Just listen to the clips! Dave Huismans remixes the track as A Made Up Sound, stripping it down and building it back up as some nasty broken dub business.
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Kingdom For A Kiss (limited 12")
Cat: BH 004. Rel: 31 Oct 13
  1. Kingdom For A Kiss
  2. Kingdom For A Kiss (Unit Moebius Anonymous vs Shitcluster remix)
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Cat: BH 040. Rel: 06 Jul 17
  1. 2004 Time Machined (11:46)
  2. Bill's Boa (4:35)
  3. Granada Nights (9:17)
  4. Prox (4:25)
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Dayworld (12")
Cat: BH 034. Rel: 19 Oct 16
  1. Dayworld (7:31)
  2. Track 2 (6:59)
  3. Dayworld (I:Cube Rude remix) (8:13)
  4. Shit Bird (3:53)
Review: The recording debut of a joint effort between Jordan Czamanski of Juju & Jordash and Ilya Ziblat Shay. These improvised sessions of psychedelic/freeform experimentalism will surely have you travelling without moving. Starting out with the woozy ambient drone of "Dayworld", you'll soon after be led into the exotic via "Track 2" until the wicked remix of "Dayworld" by Parisian I:Cube gets some funky and lo-slung dancefloor dynamic injected into it. Finally, the charmingly titled "Shit Bird" goes in for an avant-garde sound composition that's contemplative as much as it is riveting on this amazing four minute auditory journey you'll wish had lasted much longer.
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Cat: BH 009. Rel: 12 Sep 14
  1. Duster Valentine - "Duster Loves His Nana"
  2. Members Only - "Jamal Loves His Nana Too"
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Blunt Run (limited 12")
Cat: BH 003. Rel: 06 Sep 13
  1. Blunt Run
  2. Lazer Jam
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La Maison De La Mort (limited gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP) (1 per customer)
Cat: BH 057. Rel: 22 Jan 19
  1. Intro (1:19)
  2. Breaked Scores (1:42)
  3. Bolotniy (5:21)
  4. Fff (3:09)
  5. May Guitar (4:01)
  6. Patt 2 (1:49)
  7. Virus Saw (4:53)
  8. G-F1 (2:36)
  9. Synthetics (7:20)
  10. Moscow Ambience (4:43)
  11. Octa Amb Plucks (3:23)
  12. Moon Pad (7:21)
  13. Forest Loops (1:43)
  14. First Pad (3:52)
  15. Flights (6:08)
  16. Test (1:53)
Review: In recent times we've become accustomed to hearing Pavel Milyakov in full-on obtuse techno mode, delivering devilish dancefloor workouts that tend toward the unflinchingly intense. On La Maison De La Mort, the Russian producer changes take, delivering an album for Berceuse Heroique that's breathtaking in its scope and ambition. He mixes, mangles and manipulates sounds and styles at will, offering up a giddy and mind-altering journey that variously touches on ambient, drone, spoken word, music concrete, white noise, post-apocalyptic doom, dub techno, industrial, IDM, modern classical and much, much more. It could well be his greatest single work to date; it's certainly an absorbing and breathless adventure.

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Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan
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Process & Report EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BH 051. Rel: 03 Jul 18
  1. Fixed (6:23)
  2. Process 1 (5:00)
  3. Report (6:19)
  4. Process 2 (4:49)
Review: Before his much talked about appearance as FRET live at Berlin Atonal last year, not many would associate former Napalm Death main man Mick Harris with the sound of techno. But he was surprisingly active in the Birmingham techno scene, alongside contemporaries such as Surgeon, Regis and Terry Donovan at the legendary House Of God back in the mid '90s. The tracks on Report/Fixed and Process 1 & 2 were originally released in '96 on ZET, but re-released here on Berceuse Heroique and capture the zeitgeist of the club in its heyday - these are just some of the tracks he released under the Monrella moniker up until 2002. They still sound impressive today, with their furious and hypnotic style of stomp that took its cues just as much from classic Purpose Maker and M-Plant as it did from O'Connor's revered Downwards imprint at the time.
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Anarchy EP (12")
Cat: BH 027. Rel: 12 May 16
  1. Anarchy (6:29)
  2. Impasse (6:18)
  3. Looking Back (4:44)
  4. You Said No (6:23)
Review: This is Athens-based DJ and producer Morah's second release, following an outing last year on Helena Hauff's Return to Disorder. It certainly lives up to its title. "Anarchy" itself uses a very simple ploy of pitting lo-fi drums against screeching, angle-grinding noise, but it proves to be deadly effective. "Impasse" is more bugged out, with chattering sound scapes playing out over a wiry rhythm, while Morah explores a sound not too dissimilar to Gesloten Cirkel on the grinding, wind tunnel techno of "You Say No". As a counterbalance to these wired dance floor tracks, Morah diverts to deeper tracks for the sub-aquatic ambience of "Looking Back".
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The Brasserie Heroique Edits Part VI (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BH 056. Rel: 12 Dec 18
  1. Half Body (5:12)
  2. Cheeks (5:15)
  3. Plateau (7:22)
  4. Mirage (6:28)
Review: Berceuse Heroique's "Brasserie Heroique" edits series rarely disappoints, primarily because its chosen editors always steer clear of the obvious in favour of obscure, oddball source material. There's lots of this kind of eccentric madness to be found on Mori-Ra's second contribution to the series. Check, for example, the bonkers alien funk/Italo-disco fusion of "Half Body" - all Helium-voiced vocal samples, fizzing electronic motifs, crashing sound effects and squeezable synth-bass - and the heady beauty of "Mirage", where woozy backing vocals and crystalline synthesizer lines cluster around ricocheting drum machine beats. Elsewhere, "Plateau" turns a new age style soundscape into a dreamy house shuffler, while "Cheeks" sees the accomplished editor have his way with a new wave era Japanese pop gem.
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Brasserie Heroique Edits Part 3 (heavyweight vinyl 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: BH 035. Rel: 20 Jan 17
  1. Kanwaza Cross (6:36)
  2. Calf Dance (5:42)
  3. Stormy Weather (7:32)
  4. Water (5:21)
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Introspettivo (12" + insert)
Cat: BH 025. Rel: 26 Nov 15
  1. Introspettivo (8:51)
  2. New Old Think (7:27)
  3. Sunplasemood (8:41)
Review: The last time that Marcello Napoletano flew this far off the radar was on Jamal Moss Mathematics label back in 2012. Now the follow up release comes on another outsider label, Berceuse Heorique and again, Napoletano treats the listener to another freeform selection. While the Italian producer's house grooves have always been unconventional, going all the way back to Listen In Dreaming, this is in a whole different realm of weirdness. "Introspettivo" kick starts the release with doubled up beats and mad percussive whirrs and clicks and deranged cowbells. "New Old Think" goes in a jazzy direction with sax squalls fused with Patrick Pulsinger-style atmospherics and "Sunplasemood" ends the release with dubbed out beats and space invader bleeps.
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Tumult (12")
Cat: BH 041. Rel: 06 Jul 17
  1. Tumult (5:51)
  2. Tumult (Lurka remix) (5:55)
Intérprete: Mr Assister
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Control Information Version (double 12" + poster)
Cat: BH 033. Rel: 07 Sep 16
  1. Control (9:42)
  2. Control (version) (9:13)
  3. Information (9:41)
  4. Information (version) (9:41)
Review: Mighty, mighty vibrations from the Berceuse Heroique camp who unleash Control / Information / Version, a monstrous double pack of paranoia-filled dubs from Young Echo associate Ossia. A man who is involved in most of everything that's good in Bristol, Ossia has kept his production output to a bare minimum with that immense BEB 12" last year complemented by some low-key sonic experiments as DJ Oa$i$. You feel Ossia won't be able to hide in the shadows of recognition once people here these tracks in the dance, this is some devastating dancefloor tackle that's been perfectly mastered. Wait until you hear the unsettling bassline on "Information." Immense stuff.
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Serpent's Promise (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BH 016. Rel: 28 Apr 15
  1. Serpent's Promise (6:00)
  2. Growth Hacking (6:45)
  3. AACF1 (3:33)
Review: Even by the usually robust, dystopian standards of Berceuse Heroique, Serpent's Promise is fiendishly raw. It comes from Australian producer Eugene Ward, best known as Dro Carey and Tuff Sherm, breaking out his lesser used PMM guise. The result is a trio of raw, fuzzy, distorted and, in truth, nightmarish techno jams that are not for the faint hearted. The title track comes across like the soundtrack to a modern-day pagan ritually played out in a dark, subterranean car-park - all bleak, concrete-clad beats, paranoid electro motifs and in-your-face distortion. There's an Autechre-like, out-there electro shuffle to "Growth Hacking", while "AACF1" slows the paced to a smacked-out crawl, layering elastic electronics over razor-sharp shards of rhythm. The whole EP is uncompromising, but better for it.
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