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Excitable Girl (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: CPU 01000111. Rel: 28 Feb 19
Electro
  1. I'm Lost (2:33)
  2. Matryoshka (7:07)
  3. Excited, Boy (5:23)
  4. Ghzel Tea (5:20)
  5. Lezi (feat Happa) (4:44)
  6. Digi Trigger (4:35)
  7. Vennsate (4:38)
  8. Tripp'd Isle (3:52)
  9. Celsius Loss (5:12)
  10. Seize (4:20)
  11. Excitable, Gir (5:18)
  12. Vennsate (reprise) (3:11)
Review: There are many things about this debut album from exiled Sheffielder 96 Back that are, frankly, remarkable. For starters, it's utterly brilliant and sounds like the work of an artist with years in the game under his belt, rather than a 19-year-old who is still making his way in the scene. As you'd expect, it's rooted in electro, with the Bristol-based youngster flitting between dashing alien funk ("Matryoshka"), freestyle-influenced cheeriness ("Excited, Boy"), weighty, Drexciya style rollers ("Ghzel Tea"), sub-heavy sleaze ("Digi Trigger"), early Aphex Twin-meets-DMX Krew melodiousness ("Vennsate") and rush-inducing workouts that are giddier than your average toddler after a few too many shots of neat orange squash.
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Cat: CPU 01001001. Rel: 02 May 19
Electro
  1. Her Majesty (The Universe) (5:25)
  2. Sheffield Bleep (4:23)
  3. Deep Analysis (3:48)
  4. Ultraterrestrial (5:17)
  5. Decent Of Man (4:39)
  6. Hallucinate Data (3:40)
Review: Back in 2012, C.P. Smith's Central Processing Unit label launched via a fine EP from Texas-based producer Philip Washington AKA Cygnus. Having continued their relationship via an album and further EPs, it would be fair to say that the American is one of the Sheffield label's most significant acts. "Deep Analysis" is Washington's first release on CPU for four years and delivers a sextet of high-grade electro cuts. There's much to admire throughout, from the bustling computer beats and deep space chords of "Decent Of Man" and the angry vocoder vocals of bona-fide club-rocker "Sheffield Bleep", to the Drexciya style intensity of the title track and bubbly brilliance of EP opener "Her Majesty (The Universe)".
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Cat: CPU 00111111. Rel: 05 Jul 18
Electro
  1. Discrete Opinion (5:01)
  2. The Selfix Job (4:51)
  3. Little Man (5:27)
  4. Night & Day (4:04)
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Fragment (12")
Cat: CPU 01000100. Rel: 18 Oct 18
Electro
  1. Fragment (5:18)
  2. The Scope (4:00)
  3. USSIDD (4:56)
  4. Utility Shift (4:43)
Review: French electro expert Maelstrom returns to Central Processing System for the second time in 2018, following up his tremendous Alph4 EP earlier in the year. The Bromance and Zone staple takes time out from his RAAR imprint to deliver these menacing bass explorations heard on the terrific Fragment EP. From the frantic electro bounce of "The Scope" or the slow motion acid trip "USSIDD" to the slamming futurist beats of "Utility Shift", Joan-Mael Peneau remains a force to reckoned with.
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Apeiron (CD)
Cat: CPU 00101010. Rel: 02 Mar 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Outlook
  2. White Silence
  3. Hidden
  4. Abyss
  5. Infinite Darq
  6. Chaos Reigns
  7. Follow The Rat
  8. Slowmotion
  9. Untrodden
  10. Alterall
  11. Intent Solstice
Review: In our eyes, at least, Central Processing Unit was the most consistent label of 2016. The Sheffield imprint has started 2017 in fine fashion, too, with this debut album from Ukranian producer Andriy Vezdeno AKA Noumen. Aperion is a fine set of off-kilter electronic treats, drawing on a wide range of classic and contemporary influences. There are mutant, Autechre-like moments, uncompromising electro workouts a la Drexciya, nods to braindance-era Rephlex releases, melodious explorations of Boards of Canada territory, and thrillingly mangled interpretations of drum & bass. In other words, it's a hugely enjoyable, turbo-charged sprint through Vezdenko's contemporary interpretations of classic IDM tropes.
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 in stock $6.35
Co Intel Pro (2xLP)
Cat: CPU 00110111. Rel: 01 Feb 18
Electro
  1. Intro/Preflight (2:16)
  2. VTOL (4:36)
  3. Co Intel Pro (3:54)
  4. After Burner (0:57)
  5. Airlock (3:45)
  6. Best Seller (2:00)
  7. Devil's Tower (3:05)
  8. Nightgaunts (5:20)
  9. Silver Shamrock Intermission (2:32)
  10. Habu (3:44)
  11. Capra Split/Diopter
  12. Fragment Of Fear (3:47)
  13. Cell Intruder (4:08)
  14. Skyhook Theme (1:25)
  15. Kill Screen (4:10)
Review: Sean Dorris' S>>D project was always bound to end up on Central Processing Unit; after all, they do tend to recruit the very best of the electro game, and the producer's previous release for the likes of Icasea have established him as someone to push the genre forwards into next century. Co Intel Pro is a curious blend of different influences and ideas, all liquefied down to a shape-shifting electro structure that even Stingray would find hard to blend up for the dancefloor sets. These fifteen tracks, in truth, are a much deeper array of sounds, and it is ambient and drone sounds which make up the best part of it. If you're looking for that soundtrack aesthetic, but want a little but of movement in those pads, you'd be picking up the right release. Most importantly, you'll be copping an album with a clear vision, and a well-constructed story at its core. Industrial goodness, right here.
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 in stock $15.10
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Index Hole
Index Hole (12")
Cat: CPU 01001010. Rel: 07 Jun 19
Electro
  1. Arc Rail
  2. BX16
  3. Mitherer
  4. 6448
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Cat: CPU 0011100 1. Rel: 15 Mar 18
Electro
  1. CIA UFO Google Search (6:09)
  2. De-Pattern (4:25)
  3. The Sleep Room (5:40)
  4. Weep For Joy (4:56)
Review: Central Processing Unit chief CP Smith is keeping tight-lipped about the identity of the shadowy producer(s) behind the Secret State project. Smith describes this debut EP as "an attempt to rise above the all-pervasive, vacuous, decaying culture." We'll let you judge whether the men or women of mystery have succeeded in that aim, but we certainly think it's a fine EP. By CPU standards, it's a rather eclectic affair, flitting between druggy, arpeggio-driven alien funk ("CIA UFO Google Search"), ghetto-tech influenced deep electro (the wonderful "De-Pattern"), sparkling dacenfloor electro positivity ("The Sleep Room") and glistening, bass-heavy techno/proto-house/deep house fusion (sublime closer "Weep For Joy").
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Lenticular (12")
Cat: CPU 00101111. Rel: 29 Jun 17
Techno
  1. Lenticular (6:23)
  2. Trip In Fiction (7:22)
Review: After a series of sporadic, utterly windblown techno EPs over the last 4 years, Nadia Struiwigh lands on the constantly growing Central Processing Unit with a pair of mindbending dance sketches that blur the liens between industrial and something verging on techno. "Lenticular" and "Trip In Fiction" are made up of the same cloth; two hazy, broken down club deviants that power forwards with the help of grainy power electronics and hardware fuzz.
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Intérprete: M50
 in stock $8.47
Autline (12")
Cat: CPU 01000001. Rel: 27 Sep 18
Electro
  1. Autline (6:12)
  2. Pec (5:06)
  3. Knock (7:48)
  4. Massio (4:43)
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