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Cat: SMGHOROCD 2. Rel: 27 Nov 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Night Of Visions
  2. Ritual Terre
  3. Selva
  4. Medicina
  5. Invocations
  6. La Purga
  7. Arachnae
  8. The Feathered Serpent
  9. Rebirth & Dissolution
  10. Paititi
  11. Sleepless Night, First Light
Intérprete: Presha
out of stock $9.35
Cat: NOVREMIX 02. Rel: 20 Oct 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Sleepless Ritual (Samuel Kerridge remix) (6:44)
  2. VIne Of The Soul (Pact Infernal remix) (6:51)
out of stock $8.34
Night Of Visions (coloured marbled vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: SMGHOROLP 02. Rel: 04 Dec 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Night Of Visions (9:38)
  2. Selva (4:26)
  3. Ritual Terre (7:08)
  4. Invocations (4:42)
  5. Arachnae (4:33)
  6. The Feathered Serpent (4:42)
  7. Rebirth & Dissolution (5:05)
  8. Paititi (3:43)
  9. Sleepless Night, First Light (5:18)
Review: Ancestral Voices is Liam Blackburn's side project, and in case you didn't know him by his real name, the boy has been releasing mind bending dance music all over the shop, but most notably on labels like D Bridge's Exit Records, Apollo, and Samurai Horo, among others. He returns to the latter under a new shade, a sound aesthetic that mixes up hollow electronics with glitchy, minimal and forward-stepping rhythms. "Night Of Visions" opens the work up with an abstract edge consisting of sunken drones, a cascade of sonics that falls neatly into the sparse yet full-bodied beats and sub's tones of "Selva". "Ritual Terre" paves acts as a tunnel for a succession of cold and eerie beat tracks, all powdered with a gritty feel and some seriously moody electronics. It's dance music for the corner dwellers, the head-nodders, and generally just those who know their shit.
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out of stock $18.96
Night Of Visions LP Sampler (brown marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: SMGHOROLP 02S. Rel: 27 Oct 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Medicina (4:40)
  2. Vine Of The Soul (7:32)
  3. La Purga (5:51)
  4. In My Blood (5:50)
Intérprete: Nowicki
out of stock $8.34
Cat: NOVREMIX 01. Rel: 28 Jun 16
Techno
  1. Invocations (Abdulla Rashim remix) (7:24)
  2. Feathered Serpent (ASC & Sam KDC Grey Area remix) (7:53)
Review: Tracks from Liam Blackburn's recent Ancestral Voices album get the remix treatment. As expected, Abdulla Rashim's take on "Invocations" is an understated dub techno affair, its deep textures threatening to seep out through the Swedish producer's heavy bass tones. In stark contrast is ASC & Sam KDC's take on "Feathered Serpent". Although it is sub-titled the 'grey mix', a more appropriate name might be the 'dark techno from Hades' rework. Over splintered beats and ticking, percussion, the pair deliver a moody, gut-busting bass and filters that churn and groan with the force of a stormy, grey sea. It's a universe away from Rashim's studied calm.
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Loophole EP (brown vinyl 12" in a hand-stamped sleeve (Monday shipping))
Cat: SMGHORO 03. Rel: 03 Dec 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Loophole
  2. Diffusion Loop (Rumble mix)
  3. Broadside
  4. Ashen
Review: It's been two years since ASC released music on Geoff Presha's Samurai Horo, an experimental offshoot of the New Zealander's main Samurai Music operation. It's ASC's fourth release for the label which finds James Clements spiralling down even further into the nebulous world of Horo, with "Loophole" a perfect example of what the label stands for: unclassifiable drum and bass that sounds like techno. A drone-based "Diffusion Loop (Rumble mix)" is murky with distant breathes of vocals haunting its background while a softly cracking snare hits fills the foreground. "Broadside" is downbeat and full of the similar science-fiction synths that define "Loophole" while "Ashen" sounds like something Samuel Kerridge might make after a night out with dBridge.
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Intérprete: Ali Renault
out of stock $8.34
Underwater Device EP (grey marbled vinyl 12" in a hand-stamped sleeve (Monday shipping))
Cat: SMGHORO 04. Rel: 03 Dec 14
Drum And Bass/Jungle
  1. Underwater Device (Felix K reinterpretation)
  2. Warning Of The Lucky
  3. Underwater Device
  4. Symbol
Review: Samurai Horo introduces Carrier One, a new name producing genre-bending drum and bass rhythms for the experimentally charged sub-label of Samurai Music. This debut comes packed with a Felix K reinterpretation of "Underwater Device" which the Hidden Hawaii boss turns from minimal and stripped back to beefed up and deadly. "Warning Of The Lucky" begins as a percussive tribal loop which then evolves to become something sinister with a deep house warmth you expect from DJ Qu, while "Symbol" is an exercise in bell tone atmospherics and lucid beat design. Unique music to say the least.
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The Black Drug EP (12" in hand-stamped sleeve limited to 200 copies)
Cat: SMGHORO 055. Rel: 08 Sep 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. The Black Drug (7:31)
  2. No Way Out (3:29)
  3. Visceria (9:50)
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Dirt EP (12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: SMGHORO 002. Rel: 14 Oct 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Purple Finch
  2. Gab
  3. Deluge
  4. Dirt
  5. Halation
  6. Chiasma
Review: Delivered ahead of Ena's sophomore set Binaural later this season, Samurai Horo present this highly limited, vinyl-only six tracker of material that won't appear on his album. As with everything Yu Asaeda does, every track on "Dirt" is a deeply immersive and perplexing audio adventure as strung out sounds weave and languish in ways you didn't think sound could possibly stretch. From the muffled techno and paranoid atmospheres of the title track to the far away flexes and switches of the otherworldly "Chiasma", Ena's work remains some of the most unique and forward thinking within bass music.
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Intérprete: ASC
out of stock $9.35
Binaural (2xLP)
Cat: SMGHOROLP 01. Rel: 06 Nov 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Bug Hole
  2. 5th Resonance
  3. Wrong Side
  4. Squash
  5. Precipice
  6. Grey Area
  7. Circular
  8. Morph
  9. Back Cover
  10. Bigfoot
  11. District
  12. Tones
Review: With previous releases on 7even and Runtime positioning Japanese producer Ena in the more adventurous, techy side of the dubstep fraternity, it's not surprising to see his latest album on Samurai Horo head into more experimental territory full of obtuse sound design and industrial sources; such is the mood of the times. Ena is certainly a dab hand at wangling such metallic sonic content, as microcosms of effects processing and rhythmic rubble wallow around in the murk of the forbidding compositions that make up Binaural. It's an exercise that delights in the tiniest details, while managing to maintain an organic, clamouring feel throughout.
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out of stock $15.67
Binaural (2xCD)
Cat: SMGHOROCD 01. Rel: 17 Nov 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Dast
  2. Absorption #2
  3. Reconnoiter
  4. Chemically
  5. Sneaking
  6. Pressed
  7. City Lights
  8. Faction
  9. Out Of Nothing
  10. Antenna
  11. Nerve Fiber
  12. Lapslap
  13. Recapitulate
  14. Hygrophobia
  15. Binaural (live)
Review: There's something undeniably creepy and borderline psychotic about Ena's third album, Binaural. As with previous full-length excursions, producer Yu Asaeda refuses to settle on one groove or style, instead utilizing a range of odd beat patterns and percussive elements - dubstep, experimental D&B, dub techno, wonky oddness - as the foundations on which he can layer white noise, droning electronics, scratchy late night textures and paranoid atmospheres. The result is a set that variously sounds like the mutant zombie offspring of Autechre, Instra:Mental, Oneohtrixpointnever and Rhythm & Sound, with a little Delia Derbyshire thrown in for good measure. For all the murkiness, it's actually a hugely enjoyable and inventive set.
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out of stock $13.90
Divided 9 & 10 (white vinyl 7")
Cat: SMGHORO 07. Rel: 03 Nov 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Divided 9 (4:43)
  2. Divided 10 (4:39)
Intérprete: Presha
out of stock $7.33
Horo Remixed (purple marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: SMGHORO REMIX. Rel: 15 Jun 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Ena - "9th Divided" (Ancestral Voices 9th Harmonic remix) (7:22)
  2. DINT - "Visceria" (ENA remix) (5:52)
  3. Synth Sense - "Corrosion" (remix) (6:35)
  4. ASC - "Loophole" (Sam KDC remix) (4:27)
Review: Kiwi Geoff Presha's now Berlin-based imprint Samurai Horo delves deeper into the grey area, presenting four dark and textured excursions by some modern masters of the black art. Japan's Ena gets remixed by Ancestral Voices (one half of Akkord) on "9th Divided" which incorporates sombre vibes and exotic percussion and field recordings from the tropics. Ena appears again, remixing DINT's "Visceria", fully deconstructing it on this harshly reduced drum and bass experiment. On the flip the darkness prevails with Synth Sense (Auxiliary/Diode) and their grinding and sludgy slow burning techno mess that is "Corrosion (remix)" and finally ASC's "Loophole" gets taken on a one way ticket to hell and back courtesy of Sam KDC.
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0096 EP (limited clear marbled vinyl 12" (Friday shipping))
Cat: SMGHORO 06. Rel: 20 Oct 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. 0096 (5:28)
  2. Einmarkt (4:07)
  3. Fibres (6:40)
  4. Loom (7:10)
Intérprete: ASC, Presha
out of stock $8.34
Fragments EP (burgundy marbled vinyl 12" in a hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: SMGHORO 001. Rel: 14 Oct 14
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Archway
  2. Fragments
  3. Lost Object
  4. Headlights
Review: Since 2011 Geoff Presha's Samurai Horo label (sub-label of the Samurai conglomerate) has been confusing genre analysts and drum and bass heads with its undefinable sound. This four-track missive by Kiyoko, a collaboration between Auxiliary's Jack Lever and Exit Record's Joe Mcbride, is the duo's second release on Horo which only strengthens the label's experimental maxim. There's a distant wailing, Burial feel to "Archway" and the mood stays melancholic and full of vinyl crackle in "Fragments". A beatless "Lost Object" combines Balearic guitars with plucked tones drenched in reverb and delay, while "Headlights" is a future-funky dub cut that sounds like it could have been released on Warp during the '90s.
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Causeway (limited purple vinyl 10")
Cat: SMGHORO 010. Rel: 20 Jul 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Causeway (4:25)
  2. Dear Friends (6:46)
Review: Geoff Presha's Samurai Horo imprint continues exploring interesting experiences in grey area drum and bass explorations to stunning effect. Britain's Kiyoko are Joe McBride aka Synkro and Jack Lever aka Bering Strait. On the A side "Causeway" is yet another brilliant example of bass reductionism from the label, interpreted via stark and chilling industrial textures. On the flip, the rather Autonomic sounding "Dear Friends" has some mesmerizing ambience and exotic wind instruments keeping time with a steady 85 (or is that 170) BPM broken beat. Nice one!
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Intérprete: M50
out of stock $9.61
Eat Drink Shop Relax (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: SMGHORO 09. Rel: 05 Apr 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Eat (6:38)
  2. Drink (7:41)
  3. Shop (5:47)
  4. Relax (6:30)
Review: Stroboscopic Artefacts head honcho Lucy on Samurai Horo? You better believe it! Recorded live to tape in his Berlin studio, these four experimental soundscapes work together in a perfect continuum. "Eat" helps you surrender to the void, assisted by fascinating modular synth textures and field recordings creating another auditory world. "Drink" shows more restraint with its beatless, reductionist groove covered in the just the right amount of dust and rust, gradually building in tension and resonance over its eight minute duration. But it's the immersive sci-fi aesthetic of closer "Relax" which really nails it; featuring sonar blips, hypnotic/ evolving pads and and some of the most sublime synth textures you'll ever hear.
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The Descent (Chapter I) (red marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: SMGHORO 05. Rel: 01 Apr 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Circle I [Limbo] (4:17)
  2. Circle II [Lust] (4:58)
  3. Circle III [Gluttony] (4:00)
  4. Circle IV [Greed] (5:12)
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The Descent (Chapter II) (coloured vinyl 12" + postcard)
Cat: SMGHORO 08. Rel: 01 Mar 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Circle V (Anger) (5:47)
  2. Circle VI (Heresy) (5:35)
  3. Circle VII (Violence) (6:19)
  4. Circle VIII (Fraud) (5:18)
  5. Circle IX (Treachery) (1:09)
Review: Pact Infernal, whoever they may be, hasn't exactly had the quietest of debuts. Right after his inaugural release on Samurai Horo, the mighty Lucy stepped in for a remix EP as a follow-up, and now he's back with the second instalment of The Descent series. As with the first release, Pact Infernal's sound blurs the lines between techno, post-futuristic d&b, and drone. In fact, the three genres are so tightly woven together that this gear almost feels like a new genre in itself. As you might gather, that is precisely the sort of vision we like to see from electronic music artists, and it's also what makes us proud to work in a field that's constantly in a state of flux. From "Circle V (Anger)" to "Circle IX (Treachery)", we're thrown headfirst into a dark and grainy world of chilling sonics inhospitable harmonics; the perfect sort of stuff to give you a good old mind-bender. Total brain dynamite.
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Intérprete: ASC
out of stock $9.35
Cat: HOROLUCY PACT. Rel: 10 Nov 15
Techno
  1. The Descent (Lucy Cosmic remix) (14:17)
  2. The Descent (Lucy Subterranean remix) (11:07)
Review: Samurai Horo, the Samurai Music offshoot, has offered us a sublime collection of timeless techno and electronica over the last few years, with artists such as AnD or ASC dealing their twisted sonics on the label, respectively. This time the label have decided to go for a remix affair, and it's the excellent Lucy who drops two dark and deviant reinterpretations of a new tune by the mysterious Pact Infernal. Entitled "The Descent", the tune is first given a Cosmic makeover, where a pulse of a drum beat is barely perceptible below a sea of hypnotic chords and dubby electronics, followed by a Subterranean mix that heads down a much more direct techno route for the dance floor. Don't worry, though, Lucy still keeps it subtle, stripped back and cerebral...
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Intérprete: Presha
out of stock $9.35
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