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Cat: CRM0226. Rel: 03 Dec 05
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. 2 Dancing Rabbits
  2. Base Place
  3. We Are All A Little Bit
out of stock $8.47
Shi Shi EP (12")
Cat: CRM 033. Rel: 02 Dec 06
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. We Was There Tomorrow
  2. Case Up
  3. 17hr DJ
Review: A massive three tracker from these hyperactive Polish guys.
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out of stock $7.41
ACID PAULI/VARIOUS
Get Lost V (3xLP)
Cat: CRMLP 020. Rel: 31 Oct 12
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Nu - "Man O To" (9:37)
  2. Soulcenter - "What You're Doin" (Acid Paul editi) (5:26)
  3. Kadebostan - "Love In Looxor" (6:44)
  4. Gunther Lause - "Mountain" (8:22)
  5. Acid Pauli & Laura Weider - "Oregano" (3:52)
  6. Jan Turkenburg - "In My Spaceship" (4:54)
  7. Nu - "Earth" (12:02)
  8. Calico Horse - "Idioteque" (2:54)
  9. Acid Pauli - "Music Is Silence" (6:00)
  10. Lou Kasard - "Once Up" (feat Benno) (8:11)
  11. Tempo Di Roma - "Move Your Bones" (10:10)
  12. The Band That Never Met - "I'm On Fire" (4:13)
out of stock $22.25
ACID PAULI/VARIOUS
Get Lost V (mixed 2xCD + MP3 download code)
Cat: CRMCD 020. Rel: 08 Nov 12
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Ammer & Console - "Dann Ist Elektronische Musik An Meinem Ohr" (feat Reinhard Furrer)
  2. Nu - "Man O To" (exclusive)
  3. Normal Brain - "M-U-S-I-C"
  4. Soulcenter - "What You're Doin'" (Acid Pauli edit)
  5. Kadebostan - "Love In Looxor"
  6. Raz Ohara - "El Zahir" (Acid Pauli remix)
  7. Gunther Lause - "Mountain"
  8. Console - "Gruner Raum"
  9. Jan Rurkenburg - "In My Spaceship"
  10. Acid Pauli & Laura Weider - "Oregano" (exclusive)
  11. Move D - "Things Will Come (...For Those Who Wait)"
  12. Ian Simmonds - "Wendelstein Variations"
  13. Stimming - "Novermber Morning"
  14. Juno6 - "Dead Cities" (Douglas Greed remix)
  15. Nicolas Jaar - "Ply The Drums For Me" (exclusive)
  16. Nu - "Earth" (exclusive)
  17. Stephen Brown - "Cane't 2"
  18. Acid Pauli - "Farewell Fred" (exclusive)
  19. Acid Pauli - "Music Is Silence" (exclusive)
  20. Pele & Nico Stojan - "Belladonna"
  21. Dop - "Foly" (feat Sibiri Samake)
  22. Dop - "Ikarus"
  23. Nannue Tipitier & Acid Pauli - "Zeit Loschen" (exclusive)
  24. Gunja & Nicone - "Peaz, Luv & Harmonium" (exclusive)
  25. Taron Trekka - "G Samsa"
  26. Sis - "Machiste"
  27. Kabale Und Liebe - "Una Y Nada"
  28. Tempo Di Roma - "Move Your Bones" (exclusive)
  29. Dirty Doering - "Ete Pluvieux"
  30. Amirali - "Hear Me"
  31. Calico Horse - "Idioteque" (exclusive)
  32. Black Is Beautiful - "Pergamon"
  33. Francesca Lombardo - "Is It True"
  34. Metrika - "Aok Ot"
  35. Console - "Train Set"
  36. Monkey Maffia - "I Know You Nms"
  37. Rayon - "Libanon"
  38. Lou Kassard - "Once Upon" (feat Benno)
  39. Autechre - "Overand"
  40. The Band That Never Met - "I'm On Fire" (exclusive)
  41. Lake Powel - "Bright Eyes, Dirty Hair"
Review: Despite looking like a hairy Open University geography lecturer, Martin "Acid Pauli" Gretschmann has forged a career out of making the sort of oddball, semi-organic house and techno that appeals to the Crosstown Rebels clan. Here, he gets his reward by being offered the chance to mix the latest volume in their occasional Get Lost series. As a DJ mix, it ticks all the right boxes, moving from shuffling, eyes-closed deepness and dancefloor electronica, to tactile techno and dream-house, via the sort of quirky tackle that marks out his club sets (see Jan Turkenburg's "In My Spaceship"). For the heads, there are a number of previously unseen exclusives, including tracks from Nicholas Jaar, Nu and Gretschmann himself.
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Intérprete: Jose Manuel
out of stock $14.31
Stardancer (12")
Cat: CRM 213. Rel: 15 Mar 19
Techno
  1. Stardancer (7:47)
  2. Ultravox (6:45)
 in stock $9.28
PUMP (CD)
Cat: CRMCD 026. Rel: 10 Jul 14
Deep House
  1. Pumping 4 Al (intro)
  2. Deep Into The Night
  3. Dirty Stories
  4. Perfect Picture
  5. JESUSONACID
  6. PUSSY
  7. Surrender
  8. City Clouds
  9. Emperor (feat Kall)
  10. Cosmic Top Secret
  11. Egyptian Space Man
  12. Ride On (feat Kenny Glasgow)
Review: Much has changed for Ali Love since the release of his Love Harder in 2010. For starters, he's fallen in with the Hot Creations camp, scored a massive chart hit ("Benediction", with Hot Natured) and seen his reputation soar. This latest full length - the belated follow-up to Love Harder - shows how far he's come. While the bright electrofunk synths, '80s soul vocals and Italo-influenced rhythms of old remain, P.U.M.P contains far more tactile, wide-eyed deep house moments than we've come to expect. It's a subtle evolution - there are still plenty of near Balearic synth-pop moments - but a successful one. The result is an effortlessly sweet and accessible album that blends throbbing dancefloor moments with baggier, more laidback fare.
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out of stock $11.40
Another (12")
Cat: CRM 117. Rel: 12 Oct 13
Deep House
  1. Another
  2. Another (Felix Da Housecat's Chicago House 2 house mix)
  3. Another (Tuff City Kids remix)
  4. Another (Tuff City Kids Dub)
out of stock $7.16
Cat: CRM 135. Rel: 14 Nov 14
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Perfect Picture
  2. Perfect Picture (Skream remix)
  3. Perfect Picture (Luca Cazal & Dubka remix)
  4. Perfect Picture (Route 94 remix)
Review: Given that it was arguably one of the strongest cuts on his acclaimed third album, P.U.M.P, it's nice to see Ali Love's Perfect Picture getting a single release. The original - a typically exhilarating fusion of rave-era breaks, Balearic house chords and Hot Creations tech-house throb is joined by a trio of remixes. Skream kicks things off, abandoning dubstep and disco (his most recent obsession) in favour of a thumping, woozy fusion of tech-house pump and grime style electronics. On the flip, there's some tactile, groovy deep house/tech-house fusion from Luca Cazal & Dubka (our pick) and, most triumphantly, a late night dub from Route 94 blessed with epic breakdowns and a sub-heavy groove.
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out of stock $7.16
Cat: CRM 128. Rel: 08 Jul 14
Deep House
  1. Deep Into The Night (club mix)
  2. Deep Into The Night (Hackman remix)
  3. Deep Into The Night (Hercules & Love Affair remix)
  4. Deep Into The Night (Samo DJ Botanical Garden mix)
Intérprete: Sling & Samo, Baba Stiltz
out of stock $7.16
PUMP (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: CRMLP 026. Rel: 12 Jul 14
Deep House
  1. Pumping 4 Al (intro)
  2. Deep Into The Night
  3. Dirty Stories (feat Deep Condition)
  4. Perfect Picture
  5. JESUSONACID
  6. PUSSY
  7. Surrender
  8. City Clouds
  9. Emperor (feat Kali)
  10. Cosmic Top Secret
  11. Egyptian Spaceman
  12. Ride On (feat Kenny Glasgow)
  13. Pumping 4 Al (intro)
  14. Deep Into The Night
  15. Dirty Stories (feat Deep Condition)
  16. Perfect Picture
  17. JESUSONACID
  18. PUSSY
  19. Surrender
  20. City Clouds
  21. Emperor (feat Kali)
  22. Cosmic Top Secret
  23. Egyptian Spaceman
  24. Ride On (feat Kenny Glasgow)
Review: Much has changed for Ali Love since the release of his Love Harder in 2010. For starters, he's fallen in with the Hot Creations camp, scored a massive chart hit ("Benediction", with Hot Natured) and seen his reputation soar. This latest full length - the belated follow-up to Love Harder - shows how far he's come. While the bright electrofunk synths, '80s soul vocals and Italo-influenced rhythms of old remain, P.U.M.P contains far more tactile, wide-eyed deep house moments than we've come to expect. It's a subtle evolution - there are still plenty of near Balearic synth-pop moments - but a successful one. The result is an effortlessly sweet and accessible album that blends throbbing dancefloor moments with baggier, more laidback fare.
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Intérprete: DJ Le Roi
out of stock $16.70
Emperor (12")
Cat: CRM 108. Rel: 02 Mar 13
Deep House
  1. Emperor
  2. Emperor (Waze & Odyssey remix)
  3. Emperor (Maceo Plex Last Disco remix)
  4. Emperor (dub)
Review: Bringing one of those vocals that will be nagging in the noggin long after the lights have come up; Ali Love and Kali are in prime pop-picking mode with this new single on Crosstown Rebels. The structure of the track is still in keeping with the label's slick take on house music; while the vocals intone a message of massaged ego that translates smoothly to Waze & Odyssey's more brooding remix. Maceo Plex comes in with a more romantic vision for the track, laying out thick reams of synth in a seductive late night style that can bleed outwards to fill a space large or small.
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out of stock $7.41
Cat: CRM 109. Rel: 26 Mar 13
Deep House
  1. Melancholia
  2. Melancholia (Deetron main mix)
  3. Melancholia (Deetron club instrumental mix)
out of stock $7.16
Cat: CRM 090. Rel: 27 Jan 12
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Beautiful World
  2. Beautiful World (Daniel Bortz remix)
  3. Beautiful World (Deniz Kurtel remix)
  4. Beautiful World (Hrdvsion remix)
out of stock $7.41
In Time (CD)
Cat: CRMCD 017. Rel: 10 May 12
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. The Harmonious Song
  2. Missing
  3. Just An Illusion
  4. Painting On A Canvas
  5. Last Words
  6. Midnight Train
  7. My Way
  8. Beautiful World
  9. Whisper
  10. No Doubt
  11. Hear Me
  12. Story Of Us
  13. The Sound Of My Life
Review: The hitherto unknown but clearly talented Amirali were first introduced to the world when Damian Lazarus handpicked one of his productions to open proceedings on last year's Get Lost 4 mix CD. It was clear Lazarus had larger plans for the Iranian Canadian producer, and following a breakthrough Crosstown 12" earlier this year the label now presents the full artistic vision of Amirali in the shape of a debut album. In Time demonstrates Amirali Shahrestani has an uncanny talent for veering between the many strands of contemporary electronic music, each of the thirteen tracks weaved together intoxicatingly with his undeniable craft as a musician. Amidst the usual Crosstown fare such as "Just an Illusion" and the delightfully wonked "Beautiful World" there are more introspective moments which lend In Time a sense of longevity lacking from so many "dance music albums."
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out of stock $12.71
In Time (2xLP)
Cat: CRMLP 017. Rel: 18 May 12
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Midnight Train
  2. Story Of Us
  3. Hear Me
  4. Whisper
  5. The Harmonious Song
  6. The Sounds Of My Life
  7. No Doubt
  8. My Way
  9. Painting On A Canvas
Review: The hitherto unknown but clearly talented Amirali were first introduced to the world when Damian Lazarus handpicked one of his productions to open proceedings on last year's Get Lost 4 mix CD. It was clear Lazarus had larger plans for the Iranian Canadian producer, and following a breakthrough Crosstown 12" earlier this year the label now presents the full artistic vision of Amirali in the shape of a debut album. In Time demonstrates Amirali Shahrestani has an uncanny talent for veering between the many strands of contemporary electronic music, each of the thirteen tracks weaved together intoxicatingly with his undeniable craft as a musician. Amidst the usual Crosstown fare such as "Just an Illusion" and the delightfully wonked "Beautiful World" there are more introspective moments which lend In Time a sense of longevity lacking from so many "dance music albums."
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out of stock $14.83
Cat: CRM 097PT1. Rel: 15 Jun 12
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Just An Illusion
  2. Just An Illusion (Franck Roger remix)
out of stock $7.41
Cat: CRM 097PT2. Rel: 29 Jun 12
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Just An Illusion (MK remix)
  2. Just An Illusion (Appleblim Black Mirrorball mix)
Review: Crosstown Rebels excel themselves on this release, with the certified house hero MK and Bristol lynchpin Appleblim tasked with reimagining "Just An Illusion" one of the more infectious, floor appropriate tracks from Amirali's recent debut album In Time. The track has already been tweaked by Real Tone's Franck Roger but this twelve is the one, with MK opting for a moody yet sultry house direction, slipping Amirali's melancholic vocal over a trademark bassline dub groove complemented by plenty of those 90s snares, kicks and hi hats. In contrast, Appleblim continues his revelatory run of remixes (did you check those Crazy P ones? Goddamn!) with a more experimental approach that fills the expanses around stripped back, snapping percussive mainframe with a murky low end.
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Intérprete: Amirali
out of stock $7.41
Revelation (12")
Cat: CRM 137. Rel: 20 Jan 15
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Revelation
  2. Guru
Intérprete: DJ Mau Mau, K-HAND, Dave Angel
out of stock $7.16
Cat: CRM 149. Rel: 30 Oct 15
Techno
  1. Grown Man Cryy (5:58)
  2. Grown Man Cryy (Carl Craig Brainy Grimlin remix) (9:15)
Review: We can thank Damien Lazarus and his Crosstown Rebels label for coaxing Felix 'Da Housecat' Stallings into returning to his Aphrohead project, with last year's white label release of "Grown Man Cry" heralding proceedings. Back in September, a full album called Resurrection followed and suggest Stallings remains on fine form despite his vintage as a producer. A full 12" release for the loopy techno madness of album centrepiece "Grown Man Cry" now arrives and it's backed with a trademark remix from Planet E boss Carl Craig. The self-styled Brainy Grimlin remix finds Craig extending the track to almost ten minutes, expertly teasing the original track before dropping into his own throbbing arrangement with that sampled vocal appearing very late in the game.
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out of stock $7.16
Resurrection (2xLP)
Cat: CRMLP 31. Rel: 18 Sep 15
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Resurrection (5:20)
  2. KlymaXXX (6:13)
  3. Let's PRANCE (album version) (3:47)
  4. Elevator (I'll Take The Stairs) (7:14)
  5. Come To Me (7:30)
  6. 1KING 1QUEEN (6:17)
  7. Medusa (5:18)
  8. Grown Man Cryy (album version) (3:25)
  9. Front To Backk (6:38)
  10. Sashe Sashe Sashe (7:05)
Review: Late last year, Felix "Da Housecat" Stallings donned his long-discarded Aphrohead alias for the first time in 12 years. That single, the Mr G style loopy techno stomp of "Grown Men Cry", forms the centrepiece of Resurrection, Stallings' first album under the Aphrohead guise since 2002. It's a surprisingly mixed bag stylistically, variously doffing a cap to vintage, Derrick Carter style boompty ("Let's Prance"), locked-in tech-house ("Elevator (I'll Take The Stairs)", dense tribal grooves ("1King, 1Queen"), acid ("Medusa") and fluid, melodious deep house ("Come To Me"). It's a pretty stripped-back and no-nonsense affair throughout, with the emphasis firmly on robust dancefloor workouts.
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Intérprete: Aphrohead
out of stock $16.70
Cat: CRMCD 031. Rel: 15 Sep 15
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Resurrection
  2. KlymaXXX
  3. Come To Me
  4. Let's Prance
  5. Elevator (I'll Take The Stairs)
  6. Grown Man Cryy
  7. 1KING 1QUEEN
  8. Medusa
  9. Front To Backk
  10. Sashe Sashe Sashe
Review: Late last year, Felix "Da Housecat" Stallings donned his long-discarded Aphrohead alias for the first time in 12 years. That single, the Mr G style loopy techno stomp of "Grown Men Cry", forms the centrepiece of Resurrection, Stallings' first album under the Aphrohead guise since 2002. It's a surprisingly mixed bag stylistically, variously doffing a cap to vintage, Derrick Carter style boompty ("Let's Prance"), locked-in tech-house ("Elevator (I'll Take The Stairs)", dense tribal grooves ("1King, 1Queen"), acid ("Medusa") and fluid, melodious deep house ("Come To Me"). It's a pretty stripped-back and no-nonsense affair throughout, with the emphasis firmly on robust dancefloor workouts.
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out of stock $9.01
Grow Man Cry (limited 1-sided 12")
Cat: CRMAH 01. Rel: 16 May 14
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Grow Man Cry
Review: Al hail the return of the Aphrohead! Over twenty years on from Felix 'Da Housecat' Stallings first surfacing under the Aphrohead guise, the US production and DJ legend is set to explore the alter ego with a new album length adventure slate for release on Crosstown Rebels later in the year. Whilst full details of this sixth studio album from Aphrohead are still under wraps, the Crosstown crew have laid down a marker for what to expect in the shape of Grown Man Cry. One sided white labels are geared for the clubs and that's certainly the case here as Felix offers up a slab of no nonsense emotionally weighted house music that's an exercise in wringing the maximum impact from the minimum of elements. Stallings production expertise really comes to the fore here as subtle filtering is implemented over a relentlessly jacking 909 groove.
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out of stock $7.16
Cat: CRM 143. Rel: 05 Jun 15
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Let's Prance (6:10)
  2. Let's Prance (Art Department & BLUD remix) (6:43)
  3. Let's Prance (Radio Slave & Thomas Gandey Last Communication remix) (9:23)
  4. Let's Prance (Christopher Groove dub mix) (4:44)
out of stock $7.16
Cat: CRM 206. Rel: 29 Oct 18
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Worthless (5:14)
  2. La Vida (5:00)
  3. Get Ready (5:37)
out of stock $9.28
out of stock $7.41
Cat: CRMCD 014. Rel: 27 Apr 11
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Much Too Much
  2. Tell Me Why (part I)
  3. Living The Life (feat Seth Troxler)
  4. What Does It Sound Like?
  5. Without You
  6. We Call Love (feat Soul Clap & Osunlade)
  7. Vampire Nightclub (feat Seth Troxler - album version)
  8. In The Mood
  9. Roberts Cry
  10. Tell Me Why (part II)
  11. I C U
Review: Canadian duo Art Department have all the ingredients of success at their disposal: experience, reputation and, most importantly, hype. With the latter in full effect right now, it's safe to say that The Drawing Board, their debut full length, is one of the most anticipated house sets of 2011. So is it any good? Certainly, those who've already fallen in love with their touchy-feely, melancholy take on house will enjoy it immensely. Like the work of guest Seth Troxler's Visionquest (and, to some extent, Benoit & Sergio), there's a distinct melodic warmth to Art Department's shuffling beats, woozy electronics and half-whispered vocals. It's this, more than anything, which makes The Drawing Board worthwhile listening.

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out of stock $12.71
Cat: CRMCD 018BONUSFREE. Rel: 27 Apr 11
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. The Drawing Board: Inspirations (exclusive Art Department DJ mix)
out of stock $0.00
Cat: CRM 064. Rel: 24 Feb 17
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Vampire Nightclub (feat Seth Troxler) (8:20)
  2. Without You (extended 12" mix) (8:37)
Review: It's been pretty hard to escape the hoo-hah surrounding Art Department ever since YouTube footage surfaced of the dropping "Without You" at the Hot Natured DEMF party back in June. The Juno editorial branch is in complete agreement that such hype is totally justified on this debut release for Crosstown Rebels. "Vampire Night Club" sits across the A Side with a guest spot from Seth Troxler, er, vamping it up on vocals backed by some haunting harmonies from Art Department's Kenny Glasgow. It's the dynamic usage of infectiously dark bass patterns and intermittent synth stabs that help cement the eerie atmosphere that pervades the track. This sense of pulsing menace is transferred to the B Side brilliance of "Without You". Made for play in dark venues where the crunching beat, throbbing bassline and creeped out vocal refrain from Glasgow can reverberate around the walls and your cerebral cortex, "Without You" is destined to become a mainstay in record boxes for many months to come.
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Cat: CRMLP 014. Rel: 21 Apr 11
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Much Too Much
  2. Tell Me Why (part I)
  3. Tell Me Why (part II)
  4. Vampire Nightclub (feat Seth Troxler - album version)
  5. The Excuse
  6. In The Mood
Review: Kenny Glasgow and Jonny White have both enjoyed solo success over the years, but only recently together as their brainchild Art Department. After teasing us with last year's massive "Without You", they now release their debut album The Drawing Board courtesy of Crosstown Rebels. "Much Too Much" features melting lyrics originally written by Frankie Knuckles, Robert Owens and Satoshi Tomiie that are now crooned by Glasgow over a hypnotic and down tempo beat. "Tell Me Why" Parts I and II are again vocally dominated and layered over a simple yet captivating bass line that shuffles ever forward. Seth Troxler lends his deep and eerie vocal talents on "Vampire Nightclub" - a light and airy musical base that contrasts against Troxler's warped vocals. "The Excuse" -a dusky collection of electronic clicks and clacks leads to "In The Mood" on the D-side whose gorgeously old skool hip-hop style vocal showcase a welcome other side to the album.
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Cat: CRM 073. Rel: 25 Mar 11
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Living The Life
  2. Living The Life (Aba Therepy version)
Review: Kenny Glasgow & Jonny White aka Art Department came bounding into the spotlight with their huge hit "Without You" on Crosstown Rebels last year. Enlisting the vocal services of musical prodigy Seth Troxler on their second release, "Living the Life" is a smart move considering the massive popularity of Troxler right about now. Introduced with a warped and dark Troxler vocal, indecipherable and eerie, it leads into a sensual drum beat which is instantly captivating. Crisp claps and a mellow synth line are integrated bit by bit and once layered, the elements working together make for a downtempo delicacy. The ABA "Therapy Version" is equally alluring, dreamily extending the vocals and meandering smugly along. Whilst it doesn't have the smash and grab of "Without You", it falls effortlessly into a more mature and intriguing category. This is exactly what Art Department needed to do with their second release on CR, instantly diminishing any one hit wonder categorization.
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Cat: CRM 078 A LIMITED. Rel: 10 Jun 11
Deep House
  1. We Call Love (DJ Harvey remix)
Review: Art Department and Crosstown Rebels seem to have taken the house world by storm in the last two years. Kenny Glasgow and Jonny White's "We Call Love" has been picked apart carefully put back together again by the legendary Balearic beardo DJ Harvey for a limited one sided, hand stamped, hand numbered white label. Slow burning and downtempo, "We Call Love" plays with the original's raw electric guitar melodies, piercing key sequences and chopped vocal snippets. Sensual and lethargically bouncy, it's a late night house track made in typical modern and blase style from the CR camp. Be quick!
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out of stock $10.59
Cat: CRM 165. Rel: 26 Aug 16
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. In The (Last) Moment (11:25)
  2. In The (Last) Moment (Robag Ponk Pramen NB remix) (8:02)
Review: Barcelona-based tech house heroes Anthony Middleton and Luca Saporito are back. This time for Damian Lazarus' esteemed Crosstown Rebels imprint with "In The (Last) Moment". The track is equally esoteric as it is atmospheric in the tradition of the label's new sound and perfect for drifting. The woozy, journey like aesthetic is only intensified by Georgia Lewis' hypnotising vocal efforts. On the lip we've got added dance floor drama and cerebral stimulus courtesy of the master himself Robag Wruhme; who as always turns in an emotive and bittersweet epic on "In The (Last) Moment (Robag Ponk Pramen NB remix)" complete with his trademarks: glitchy sound design, beautiful string arrangements and the usual Midas touch for pure deepness.
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Atacama (12")
Cat: CRM 187. Rel: 14 Sep 17
Deep House
  1. Atacama (7:33)
  2. Atacama (Damian Lazarus re-shape) (7:36)
out of stock $8.47
Turya (12")
Cat: CRM 164. Rel: 28 Jul 16
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Turya (8:32)
  2. Event Horizon (7:19)
out of stock $7.41
Cat: CRM 211. Rel: 15 Feb 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Inside My Head (7:41)
  2. Behind The Curtain (6:55)
 in stock $9.28
Spirits (12")
Cat: CRMLP 035S. Rel: 29 Nov 17
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Audiojack - "Reverie" (6:16)
  2. Dubspeeka - "Lyssa" (6:21)
  3. Raw District - "Another Way" (feat Alice Rose) (7:43)
  4. Siopis - "Be Mine" (feat Ellbee Bad) (6:35)
Review: A four track vinyl sampler of the new compilation series from Crosstown Rebels, Label founder Damian Lazarus introduces us to Spirits. He has compiled what he describes as 'a fresh psychedelic journey into the mind', aiming to bring together a collection of new artists from both his imprints. Gruuv head honchos from Leeds Audiojack deliver the goods (as always!) on the rolling tribal tech house of "Reverie", while Bristolian rising star Dubspeeka serves up a slow-burning and hypnotic journey aimed at the mind (as much as it is for the feet!) on "Lyssa". On the flip, Belgian duo Raw District team up with the amazing Alice Rose on vocals for the Afro inspired rain dance that is "Another Way" while Berlin's Jannis Siopis delivers something a bit more powerful to lead into the peak time on the druggy and strobe-lit darkroom dub of "Be Mine" featuring Elbee Bad.
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Cat: CRM 181. Rel: 25 May 17
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Implications (8:39)
  2. Implications (Martin Buttrich remix) (8:51)
Intérprete: Audiojack
out of stock $8.47
XII EP (12")
Cat: CRM 214. Rel: 29 Mar 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. XII (6:45)
  2. Psalm (7:22)
  3. Lux (7:34)
  4. Revenge Of The Whales (Avidus Crosstown rework) (6:45)
out of stock $9.28
Control (12")
Cat: CRM 134. Rel: 22 Oct 14
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Control
  2. Always
  3. Where Is The Magic
out of stock $7.16
Tango (12")
Cat: CRM 084. Rel: 14 Oct 11
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Tango
  2. Tango (Eduardo Castillo Voodoo remix)
out of stock $7.41
On A Mission (double 12")
Cat: CRM 200. Rel: 05 Jun 18
Disco/Reediciones
  1. On A Mission (8:44)
  2. On A Mission (instrumental) (9:38)
  3. On A Mission (FK 12" mix) (8:20)
  4. On A Mission (FK acappella) (4:22)
  5. On A Mission (Michael Mayer remix) (7:05)
  6. On A Mission (FK Rockers dub) (6:28)
Intérprete: Juno Recommends Disco
out of stock $18.55
Wastelands (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: CRM 207. Rel: 08 Nov 18
Deep House
  1. Wastelands (7:58)
  2. Flamma (7:30)
 in stock $9.28
Cat: CRM 186. Rel: 24 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (7:41)
  2. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (Guy Gerber remix) (7:27)
  3. Guacamole (6:25)
Intérprete: George X
out of stock $8.47
Cat: CRM 037. Rel: 04 Apr 07
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. The Hollow
  2. Circuits
Review: Poker Flat's Dan Berkson releases his Crosstown Rebels debut in the form of the two track 'Hollow EP'.
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out of stock $6.35
Cat: CRM 074. Rel: 07 Apr 11
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Anything For You
  2. Secrets
out of stock $7.41
Cat: CRM0276. Rel: 01 Apr 06
Electro House
  1. Last Dub On Earth (Arnaud Rebotini remix)
  2. Nazi Trance Fuck Off (Holden remix)
out of stock $8.47
FORTHCOMING
10 Days
10 Days (12")
Cat: CRM 218. Rel: 31 May 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. 10 Days
  2. 10 Days (Osunlade remix)
coming soon $9.28
Chiloe EP (12")
Cat: CRM 041. Rel: 01 Sep 07
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Glasgow
  2. Shekinah
  3. Horizont
  4. Chiloe
out of stock $5.83
Cat: CRM 031. Rel: 15 Nov 06
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Hay Consuelo (feat Macha)
  2. Instinct
  3. Hay Consuelo (feat Macha - Samim remix)
Review: The only artist album to be released on Crosstown Rebels, "Familia" was regarded by many as the electronic album of the year. The unique sound of "Familia" appealed to anyone with an appreciation of quality electronic music, and is frankly a work of genius. Crosstown Rebels is at the forefront of the new energy in international club culture. Artists include Kiki & Silversurfer, Jennifer Cardini, Blackstrobe, Ost & Kjex, DJ Koze, Hiem, Rob Mello and Luke Solomon. Pier, one of many cutting edge artists emerging from Chile, is no newcomer to making his own unique style of techno. This year has been his biggest year yet with new productions, a continuous world tour and an appearance this summer at Sven Väth's 'Cocoon' sessions at Amnesia, the club that proves you've really made it. "Hay Consuelo" is a haunting slab of spine-tingling, Latin inspired techno. The addition of the Spanish vocal by Macha gives the track a timeless and magical quality. "Instinct" is a new exclusive piece of work from Pier's fascinating mind. This is a theme in all of his productions; they work on different levels at different stages of the day/night. Samim is the choice of remixer for "Hay Consuelo" and the multi-talented Swiss producer supplies the perfect complement to the original to make this, once again, a very exciting Pier Bucci/Crosstown Rebels release.
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out of stock $5.83
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