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Cat: DC 200. Rel: 27 Feb 19
Techno
  1. Teach Me (Amelie Lens main mix) (6:24)
  2. Teach Me (Amelie Lens Acid mix) (5:25)
Review: For his first outing of 2019, Adam Beyer has turned over the parts to his 2014 single "Teach Me" to Belgium's first lady of banging, acid-fuelled techno, Amelie Lens. She subsequently serves up two throbbing, peak-time ready revisions, with the A-side "Main Mix" offering a near perfect blend of booming, kick-drum driven beats, military snare fills, cut-up late night vocal samples and distorted, mind-altering riffs. As the title suggests, the flipside "Acid Remix" sees Lens indulge her love of mind-altering TB-303 acid lines, brilliantly wrapping them around a springier drum track, EBM-influenced melodic motifs and more pulsating, manipulated vocal loops.
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Intérprete: Emika
 in stock $9.80
Cat: DC 1521. Rel: 06 Apr 16
Techno
  1. Adam Beyer - "Pluto" (7:42)
  2. Harvey Mckay - "The Mad Drummer" (5:58)
  3. Dustin Zahn - "Born Spark" (7:42)
Intérprete: Montel, Maxx Rossi
 in stock $9.27
Space Date (12")
Cat: DC 193. Rel: 12 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Space Date (6:38)
  2. Rome Future (7:10)
Review: Drumcode head honcho Adam Beyer and Chicagoan legend Curtis Jones (aka Green Velvet) had discussed writing music together for a long time. Also, Beyer's protege Layton Giordani had admired the mohawked Jones' work for as long as he could remember. When he got to DJ alongside him at Belfast's Shine - the spark and subsequent friendship was immediate. The outcome of this respected trio's musical journey comes in the form of "Space Date" which will be familiar to many who've followed their sets over recent months. Featuring a relentless main room stomp with steely hats and droney synth leads, all accompanied by Green Velvet's trademark vocal delivery. The thunderous peak time energy of "Rome Future" is likewise guaranteed to rock the house - that killer Reese bassline particularly is sure to blow the doors off!
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  1. Alan Fitzpatrick - "Eternia" (6:53)
  2. Ilario Alicante - "Temporary" (7:02)
  3. Nicole Moudaber - "Own" (8:58)
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Phase II (12")
Cat: DC 198. Rel: 09 Jan 19
Techno
  1. New York City To Amsterdam (6:48)
  2. Enter The Stratosphere (6:42)
  3. Body Language (6:22)
  4. Black Mirror (7:38)
Review: Fresh from the runaway success of his all-star collaboration with Adam Beyer and Green Velvet, "Space Date", Layton Giordani returns to Drumcode with his first fresh solo material since 2017. All four tracks are formidably floor-friendly in the "big room techno" style that has turned the Drumcode crew into global stars in recent years. Giordani begins with the tribal drums, atmospheric chords, acid stabs and bleeping synth melodies of "New York City To Amsterdam", before doffing a cap to Italo-disco on the electro-techno chug of "Enter The Stratosphere". Over on side B, "Body Language" is an angular, acid-fired peak-time thumper, while closing cut "Black Mirror" sees him fix gated, trance style riffs to a typically throbbing, bass-heavy techno groove.
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Cat: DC 136. Rel: 29 Jan 15
Techno
  1. Conjure Dreams
  2. Conjure Floyd
Review: Ever the champion of brains and brawn in equal measure, Maceo Plex makes his debut appearance on Drumcode with this punchy beast of a single. "Conjure Dreams" features plenty of Plex signifiers, from the rounded and rowdy bassline pump to the haunting tone of the synth lines, neatly packaged in a chunky framework of big room drums. "Conjure Floyd" meanwhile burrows into more minimal territory where the tones are amelodic and the percussion takes the lead, calling to mind the restraint and tension of classic M_nus productions where so much could be said with so little.
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Cat: DC 182. Rel: 07 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Black Dolphin (5:39)
  2. Retox (6:11)
  3. Cover Up (5:58)
Review: It is far to say by now that Glaswegian DJ Harvey McKay is a staple of Adam Beyer's imprint - this will be his fourth release on the label, in addition to appearances on Bedrock, Suara and Soma. The factory floor stomp of "Black Dolphin" is dub-laden, stripped back and fairly reminiscent of Berlin's Fachwerk sound. "Retox" sees him serve up something more familiar of the Drumcode brand on this tunnelling and strobe-lit adrenaliser from the dark side. Finally, on the flip we have the brooding dancefloor drama of "Cover Up" which is perfect to build the tension and suspense during the earlier part of a set, with its creepy chords, cavernous drums and druggy vocal bits - perfectly engineered for those headrush moments at 2 AM.
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Intérprete: Derek Carr
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Cat: DC 1642. Rel: 18 Jan 17
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad (Enrico Sangiuliano remix) (7:17)
  2. Go (Manic Brothers remix) (9:09)
Review: Moby's back catalogue has been reworked rather a lot lately, with Drumcode following the lead of 2DIY4 in releasing a string of contemporary remixes of the Vegan beat-smith's classic productions. This 12" - the second of four the Swedish imprint is releasing - begins with a storming version of "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad" by Enrico Sanguilano. It makes good use of the original's famous vocal sample, working it into a banging techno track that looks to the riff-heavy world of trance for inspiration. On the flip, the Manic Brothers offer their interpretation of "Go", combining the original's evocative chords and vocal samples with heavy new techno beats.
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Satellite (12")
Cat: DCLP 103. Rel: 22 Oct 14
Techno
  1. Dusty
  2. Toxic
  3. Rave
Intérprete: Maxx Rossi
 in stock $9.80
Moon Rocks (12")
Cat: DC 160. Rel: 02 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Moon Rocks (7:19)
  2. Ghettoblaster (6:32)
  3. Dutch Kiss (Straight mix) (7:18)
  4. Dutch Kiss (Inner mix) (6:41)
Review: Up next for Adam Beyer's esteemed Drumcode imprint is Enrico Sangiuliano, a Milan based DJ/producer originally from Reggio Emilia who has been been active on the Italian scene since the early noughties, playing everywhere from clubs to illegal raves. His work of late has been released on sister label Truesoul, Alleanza, Gem Records, Octopus Recordings and Rhythm Converted. On "Moon Rocks", Sangiuliano provides a euphoric, hands in the air anthem with soaring synth leads and seriously humming Reese bassline over a high octane beat. Also on the A side is the mad diva vocal breakdown on "Ghettoblaster" which soon gives way to a dark and tunnelling epic. Finally on the flip, we have two versions of "Dutch Kiss" but for our money it's all about the sombre and emotive IDM vibe of the Inner remix.
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Intérprete: Resident Advisor
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Cat: DC 184. Rel: 28 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Bells Of The Revolution (6:56)
  2. Ocean Drive (6:11)
  3. Retrodade (7:01)
  4. Vocalized (6:41)
Review: Dutch techno legend Bart Skils is still going! First breaking into the scene nearly a decade ago with powerful main room exploits on local imprint 100% Pure (which were championed by all the big DJs of the time like Richie Hawtin and Paul Ritch) and he's still relevant today - if this release on top techno label Drumcode is anything to go by. He's been a staple of Adam Beyer's imprint since 2013, where he's presented nearly a dozen EPs in that time. On Bells Of The Revolution, the title track uses Millsian FM melodies in sublime and hypnotic fashion, over powerful and cavernous rhythm patterns to rock any warehouse trave. He gets even more steely and austere on the heads-down power tool "Ocean Drive" which finishes up the A side. On the flip, "Retrograde" goes for a more hypnotic and ethereal vibe, plus that vocal from a certain mainstream dance hit of the early '90s is a nice touch indeed. Finally, things take a more optimistic and uplifting route on the funky, acid led antics of "Vocalized".
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Intérprete: Maxx Rossi
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System (12")
Cat: DC 168. Rel: 22 Mar 17
Techno
  1. Intensify (7:15)
  2. System (6:29)
  3. The Maze (7:12)
  4. Together (6:13)
Intérprete: Maxx Rossi
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Cat: DC 106. Rel: 30 Jan 13
Techno
  1. Relevance
  2. Secura
  3. System X
  4. Call To Arms
Intérprete: Justin Berkovi
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Cat: DCLTD 022. Rel: 20 Jun 18
Techno
  1. Don't Talk To Me About Style (5:47)
  2. Escape (5:04)
  3. Diodes (5:15)
  4. Tunnel (5:06)
Intérprete: Luke Slater, Maxx Rossi
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Catarse (12")
Cat: DC 192. Rel: 15 Aug 18
Techno
  1. She Lost Control (5:51)
  2. Process (6:40)
  3. Catarse (6:06)
  4. Mind Awake (6:41)
Review: Long-serving Brazilian techno titan Redolfo Wehbba made his bow on Drumcode earlier in the year, delighting the Swedish label's army of fans with the Eclipse EP. Here he returns with what may be the first and only EP ever named in honour of a kitty's chocolate starfish. "Catarse", the aforementioned title track, is something of a bombastic, big room techno roller; a thumping affair where dreamy, saucer-eyed riffs slowly rise above an intense rhythm track. While good, it's arguably not a patch on the ragged intensity of opener "She Lost Control" - all ricocheting drum machine fills, wild electronic riffs and rumbling bass - or "Mind Awake", a throbbing, sleazy and downright intoxicating workout that contains some distinctly dystopian noises.
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Eclipse EP (12")
Cat: DC 185. Rel: 05 Apr 18
Techno
  1. Eclipse (7:09)
  2. Protocol (6:20)
  3. Glasswerk (6:25)
  4. Framework (6:57)
Intérprete: DJ 3000
 in stock $9.80
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