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33 Years Of Techno Art & Afrofuturism by Abdul Qadim Haqq
Cat: 1016190 Rel: 14 May 24
 
A retrospective of Third Earth Visual Arts and the career of AbuQadim Haqq.
Notes: A retrospective of Third Earth Visual Arts and the career of AbuQadim Haqq who as many of you know created art for Transmat, Drexciya and Underground Resistance.

The book covers his early life in Detroit to his last project for Third Earth Visual Arts in 2023.

Over 100 pages of art.

Over 100 pages of photos.

258 pages
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3MB feat Magic Juan Atkins (reissue)
3MB feat Magic Juan Atkins (reissue) (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 009LP. Rel: 08 Jun 21
 
Techno
Bassmental (Magic Juan edit) (6:28)
Bassmental (9:13)
Die Kosmischen Kuriere (Moritz Von Oswald & Thomas Fehlmann mix) (6:30)
Die Kosmischen Kuriere (5:20)
Jazz Is The Teacher (Magic Juan edit) (9:39)
Jazz Is The Teacher (Moritz Von Oswald + Thomas Fehlmann mix) (7:09)
The 4th Quarter (5:07)
Review: Tresor is celebrating 30 years in the game with a series of special reissue projects. This one really goes way back to almost the start, when Juan Atkins was already defining the early techno sound. For this one he linked up with Moritz von Oswald and Thomas Fehlmann in 1992 for a second iteration of the 3 Men in Berlin project. The monumental results join the dots between Detroit and Berlin across a collection of timeless cuts that meld bassline funk, hypnotic minimalism and soulful machine sounds into propulsive, emotive dance floor joy. The unbridled energy and cosmic elegance of 'Jazz Is The Teacher' might just be the highlight.
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Angles
Angles (12")
Cat: TRESOR 296. Rel: 25 Jul 17
 
Techno
Concave 1 (5:07)
Concave 2 (9:41)
Review: Detroit godfather Juan Atkins and Berlin techno legend Moritz Von Oswald return as Borderland, one of several collaborations since 1992 and following up their 2016 album for Tresor: the Transport LP which again consolidated both respective artist's solid studio experience, honed over the last 30 years. The funky, slightly bumpin' and absolutely addictive hi-tech soul of "Concave 1" will have you grooving away on a late night dancefloor in Berlin or beyond with its evocative and life affirming vibes. On the flip "Concave 2" further explores their studio refined sequences on this heady and hypnotic journey full of woozy arpeggios, steely rhythms and dubby bass frequencies.
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Transport
Transport (2xLP reeditado)
Cat: TRESOR 285. Rel: 10 May 24
 
Techno
Transport (7:17)
Odyssey (7:30)
Lightyears (6:06)
2600 (6:39)
Merkur (4:03)
Riod (9:16)
Zeolites (11:35)
Review: To coincide with the twenty-fifth anniversary of Berlin club Tresor, Juan Atkins and Moritz Von Oswald have released a second Borderland album together. It begins in ominous mode, with the title track's brooding bass tones casting a long, dark shadow, but the pair soon find a way to break away from the gloom with the mesmerising chords and heavy rhythm of "Lightyears" and the wonderfully spacey Detroit techno of "Riod". Both "Odyssey" and "Merkur" push the tempo back down but keep an emphasis on hypnotic, woozy textures, snappy drums and jazzy tones, while "2600" shows that Van Oswald hasn't lost his ability to craft dub-heavy, dreamy techno.
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The Rising Sun
Cat: TRESOR 214. Rel: 26 Oct 04
 
Techno
Resurgence
It Works
The Rising Sun
Intermission
Awaken
Universal Mind
Beyonder
Solar Storm
Breakz
Tenth
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Hug Your Friends
Hug Your Friends (180 gram vinyl 12" with obi-strip)
Cat: TRESOR 327. Rel: 28 Feb 23
 
Techno
Hoffman's SOS (Scully, Owsley, Sand) (5:38)
Blue Striped Felix (5:30)
2way (4:54)
Morf (5:44)
Review: Brunson marks a shift away from his earlier work under the name Acid Jakal, and eases further into his penchant for modular techno experiments. In a roundabout way, his music is influenced by the writings of various psychedelic and bohemian movement pushers such as Timothy Leary; and the result? An empathic hybrid techno powerhouse of an EP, which urges us to love our friends through pulsing beats and raw tops.
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Maintain The Golden Ratio
Maintain The Golden Ratio (180 gram vinyl 12" + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 313EP1. Rel: 12 Oct 23
 
Electro
Maintain (4:51)
The Golden Ratio (version) (4:44)
Review: Cybotron are best known as the early purveyors of electro as we know it, responsible for the genre's more mechanised incarnations from as early as the mid-1980s. Now, though, they "re-emerge in our contemporary cybercultural age when artifactual futures begin a transition into a new era of "Meta'", with two new tracks on Tresor, 'Maintain' and 'The Golden Ratio'. While this sentence might take some decoding, we're fain to speculate that it has something to do with the current mass-mediated zeitgeist centring on virtual reality and its implications for metaphysics, both of which right up Cybotron's street as concepts go. Something about the perturbed spirit of 2023 has awoken Juan Atkins and Laurens von Oswald from their decades-long slumber to produce this vocoded, deep-waving, technocult opus. We must figure out what!
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Gum
Gum (180 gram vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 353. Rel: 26 Apr 23
 
Techno
Woodpecker (5:25)
Wavehall (6:53)
Backlash (5:26)
Gum (7:24)
Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan
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Digital Entropy
Digital Entropy (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 364. Rel: 08 Apr 24
 
Electro
Velocity 04.22 (4:25)
Sync Out Off (5:47)
Fong (feat Kastil) (4:55)
Sub Osc (4:27)
Tight Gate (4:41)
Breath Controller (Dopplereffekt Remodel) (4:53)
Review: For the legendary label Tresor to put out a breakbeat record is something very rare. The ardent techno label for over 30 years is clearly telling us without saying, how good this music is. Tresor is always in touch with rave music though and it's not fully surprising that Tresor would support any music that is so reminiscent of the old skool days like Digital Entropy is. Datashader rises from the depths to give us their wicked debut. The EP is an audio onslaught that combines blistering breakbeat gems like 'Velocity 04.22' with eerie sci-fi pieces like 'Sync Out Off'. The AFX like 'Fong' and 'Sub Osc" are early favorites from those who have heard samples of this haunting record. It is rare to see the power of rave, breakbeat and IDM presented this well on one record.
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EXP
EXP (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 3xLP + MP3 download code in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: TRESOR 167. Rel: 06 Feb 23
 
Techno
EXP (5:27)
Slip Inside You (5:32)
Onto The Body (4:30)
Fourthinter (5:47)
Imageforum (6:41)
Angel Gate (5:32)
PFLP (6:39)
Experience (6:49)
Experience (Surgeon remix) (6:04)
Angel Exit (6:32)
Flowers Of Cantarella (4:53)
Innervisions (5:26)
Innervisions (Pilot) (5:44)
Opaqueness (6:39)
Dawn Purple (2:55)
Review: DJ Shufflemaster (real name Tatsuya Kanamori) first saw fame with Tresor's release of the 'EXP' album all the way back in 2001, at a time when the Berlin clubbing institution was already aiming to shine a light on techno scenes beyond its own walls. Vastly ahead of its time, the tracks on the album (now once more called to our attention via this reissue) are what we'd have considered ourselves more liable to encounter in the UK in the mid-2010s; tracks like 'Onto The Body' have a broken beat feel to them, and many tracks verge quite readily off the edge of 4x4 kick drum orthodoxy. A compressed and washy techno album drawing on every influence from dub to Brummy sound.
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124
124 (180 gram vinyl 12" with obi-strip)
Cat: TRESOR 332. Rel: 20 Dec 21
 
Techno
Messy Kafka World (5:23)
Synthi Chase (5:19)
Wooden Dolls Don't Cry (6:06)
Cassiopea 36 (6:33)
Review: By now, we should all know exactly what to expect from Italian techno veteran Donato Dozzy, namely robust, forthright cuts that combine intoxicating and industrial aural textures with impeccable sound design. 124, his latest EP for Tresor, continues in a similar vein. After opening with some slipped tribal textures - the echoing marimba melodies, delay-laden metallic clanks, unsettling atmospherics and sub-heavy grooves of 'Messy Kafka World' - Dozzy flits between buzzing, drum-dominated minimalism ('Synthi Chase'), loopy late-night hypnotism ('Wooden Dolls Don't Cry', where he wrests maximum dancefloor impact from a small selection of sonic elements) and skewed techno psychedelia (the decidedly trippy 'Cassiopeia 36').
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Harnessed The Storm (reissue)
Harnessed The Storm (reissue) (heavyweight white vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: TRESOR 181LPXC. Rel: 01 Jan 90
 
Electro
Digital Tsunami (6:21)
Soul Of The Sea (4:30)
Dr Blowfins' Black Storm Stabilizing Spheres (6:11)
Song Of The Green Whale (4:58)
Lake Haze (5:13)
Mission To Ociya Syndor & Back (5:13)
Under Sea Disturbances (10:49)
Review: The definition of a seminal work, Drexciya's Harnessed The Storm gets a re-release from the one and only Tresor. Part of their special editions series offering re-releases of the illustrious Detroit duo's entire catalogue, this album is jam-packed full of Drexciya favourites from 'Digital Tsunami' to 'Under Sea Disturbances'. Individually and as a catalogue, these releases represent key moments within Tresor's long and influential history. And the mythic soundworld of Drexciya is undoubtedly at the height of their iconic output, inspiring generations of artists in its wake.
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Harnessed The Storm (Special Edition)
Harnessed The Storm (Special Edition) (180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 181LPX. Rel: 09 Nov 22
 
Electro
Digital Tsunami (6:22)
Soul Of The Sea (4:31)
Dr Blowfins' Black Storm Stabilizing Spheres (6:12)
Song Of The Green Whale (4:58)
Lake Haze (5:13)
Mission To Ociya Syndor & Back (5:14)
Under Sea Disturbances (8:06)
Review: Considered by some to be one of the greatest IDM albums of all time (though we'd argue that it's really an electro set), Drexciya's 2002 set 'Harnessed The Storm' has been given the 20th anniversary reissue treatment. Pressed to striking silver vinyl and housed in freshly redesigned packaging, it's certainly an alluring album. It was part of a series of conceptually linked sets the pair recorded in 12 months (most of the others were subsequently released under other aliases after the surprise death of member James Stinson), and it has a typically atmospheric, other-worldly sound - underwater sci-fi electro that twisted standard Motor City tropes into a variety of futuristic directions. Highlights include the fizzing 'Digital Tsunami', the beautiful and widescreen 'Under Sea Disturbances' (a freakishly sub-heavy affair) and the clandestine shimmer of 'Lake Haze'.
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Intérprete: Carlos Nilmmns
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Slinky
Slinky (180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: TRESOR 338. Rel: 08 Jul 22
 
Techno
L10 (3:55)
Death Switch (feat King Kashmere) (3:01)
Appi (2:59)
STMS (3:59)
BS2 (3:00)
Lacovset (feat Ella Fleur) (3:18)
Spinning Globe (feat King Kashmere) (3:56)
LFIVE (5:10)
Slinky (4:05)
NB AP (4:06)
Effem (4:32)
KZAP (4:00)
Review: Formed as the collaborative project of techno legends Mark Broom & James Ruskin, The Fear Ratio was created as a means for the pair to explore their more experimental urges, away from their usual house and techno, through which both found success in the 1990s. Their new album under that name, 'Slinky', features British rapper King Kashmere, and a one-off vocal cameo from London singer Ella Fleur on the track 'Lacovset'.

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Refreshing Part 1
Refreshing Part 1 (180 gram vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 352. Rel: 26 Apr 23
 
Techno
Never Sleep (5:17)
Gaze (5:39)
Obsession (4:42)
Driving Stars (4:49)
Into A Diamond (5:22)
Review: Angela and Daniele are an Italian pair from Naples who work together as Fireground. They turned heads from their first EP Dualism on Tresor in 2021 and have remained with the label since. It is there that they return with what is presumably a new series, Refreshing Part, as this is installment one. They have a frantic and frantic techno sounds rooted in the 90s school of box banging. 'Never Sleep' opens on that manic tip before 'Gaze' is a little more stripped back but no less potent. Elsewhere the caustic textures of 'Into A Diamond' are almost enough make your eyes water.
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Love Letter
Love Letter (12" + postcard + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 365.
 
Techno
The Element
Riva
Love Letter
Etereo
Review: Fireground's Love Letter EP on the legendary techno label Tresor delivers a dynamic journey through the realms of early 90s techno and house fusion. On Side-1, 'The Element' ignites the dancefloor with its big, rave-inspired sounds and UK rave influences, while 'Riva' seamlessly blends high-energy house and techno, punctuated by catchy melodic moments. On Side-2, 'Love Letter' takes the listener on a deeper voyage with its mid-90s warehouse vibe, exuding a late-night atmosphere with subtle disco undertones. Closing the EP, 'Etereo' serves as a perfect end-of-the-night track, enveloping the listener in its atmospheric soundscape. Firegrounds' talented ability to mix nostalgic elements with contemporary production techniques shines throughout Love Letter, making it a peak time record that will go over great at the disco.
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Internal Empire
Cat: TRESOR 27LP. Rel: 06 Feb 19
 
Techno
Internal Empire (3:26)
Minus (5:25)
Within (3:11)
Home (7:33)
Rek (10:23)
Chase (5:55)
Spirit Levels (5:07)
Review: For the latest volume in their essential reissue series, Tresor has decided to offer up a brand new edition of Robert Hood's celebrated 1994 debut album, "Internal Empire". A quarter of a century after Hood first committed it to wax, it remains one of the Motor City maestro's most potent and inspired works. It effectively defined his throbbing, minimalist style, with heavy and hypnotic cuts such as the bleeping "Minus" and deep and wonky "Within" perfectly encapsulating the stripped-back genius of Hood's production. If you've yet to acquire a copy, we'd recommending grabbing one of these: in truth, no techno collection is complete without it.
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Machine Alliance
Machine Alliance (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 370. Rel: 30 Apr 24
 
Techno
Machine Alliance (5:24)
Symbiosis (5:16)
Technology Dream (5:42)
Ode To The D (5:28)
Review: In recent years, the producer, label head and DJ Kerrie Anderson has been gaining attention for her powerful and riveting techno sounds. The 'Machine Alliance' 12" offers four heavy and classically-fashioned techno tracks, with the title track an intense all-out energy full of tension and sensory overload. 'Symbiosis' is a heavily chord driven banger while keeping things on a sinister level and the Surgeon-like 'Technology Dream' a dark and unstoppable builder. Lastly, 'Ode To The D' is the ideal piece of futurism that is worthy of the Detroit name. For those who like their techno sci-fi as hard as it is banging, this EP should be right in your wheelhouse.
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The Reformer EP
The Reformer EP (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 355. Rel: 26 Apr 23
 
Electro
Reform (4:18)
Plexistorm (4:38)
355 Loop A (1:00)
Electric Terraforming (5:22)
909 The Controller (4:12)
355 Loop B (1:00)
Review: LNS and DJ Sotofett explore a new direction on their latest EP, 'The Reformer,' released on Tresor Records. Moving away from their debut album, the duo fuses digital artifacts, scanner sounds, and vocoder voices with melodic colors that radiate across cold electro landscapes. The opening track, 'Reform,' takes a deep dive into the electro sound, while 'Plexistorm' blends synthesised strings with arpeggiated acidic bleeps. 'Electric Terraforming' uncovers charged energy sources for life on another planet, and '909 The Controller' features washes of dub over a skipping beat, with a slow, rippling melody and percolating synths. The vinyl version includes exclusive locked grooves by DJ Sotofett.
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The Lion & The Ram
The Lion & The Ram (180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 341. Rel: 28 Sep 22
 
Hard Techno
Breathe It In (7:30)
Subterranean Caverns (6:07)
Psychic Vulture (6:20)
Caged Animal (6:16)
Buckle Up (5:58)
Corrupt Pigs (6:06)
Human Replacements (6:27)
Subliminal Messages (5:08)
When It All Ends (6:37)
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030313
030313 (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 360. Rel: 20 May 24
 
Electro
Model 500 - "I D L E" (5:34)
Ectomorph - "Searching" (live At Globus) (4:42)
AMX - "Your Body" (5:18)
DJ Stingray 313 - "Dynamic Instability" (3:53)
JakoJako - "Metal Goat" (5:03)
Erik Jabari - "Screamore" (4:43)
Review: Tresor joins forces with Carhartt - a company that can trace its roots back to the Motor City - to celebrate techno's two premier cities, Detroit and Berlin. The formula is devilishly simple: brand new cuts from artists based in one of the two cities, with stone-cold legends being joined by rising stars. There are headline-grabbing contributions from Juan Atkins as Model 500 (the warped, alien, dub-flecked and Cybotron-esque electrofunk of 'I.D.L.E') and DJ Stingray 313 (the industrial electro clank of 'Dynamic Instability'), plus fine contributions from JakoJako (the early morning techno hypnotism of 'Metal Goat'), AMX (the wonderfully hazy, deep and dubbed-out electro shuffle of 'Your Body') and Erik Jabari (the mind-mangling modular madness of 'Screamore').
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Captagon
Cat: TRESOR 312CD. Rel: 25 Jun 19
 
Techno
Triangulation
Reiki
ITO
Riga
Jade
Tracer
Scrawler
Qurra
Air-Port
Jade (DAL remix)
Sukra
Kuu
Review: Since opting to release more music under his given name, DeepChord man Rod Modell has largely stuck to dubbed-out ambience and heady drone soundscapes. His latest full-length is a little different, though, offering up club-focused cuts that mix his usual fuzzy aural textures and dub-fired motifs with up-tempo techno rhythms. By his standards, it's a very forthright set, with highlights including the noise-soaked stomp of "Reiki", the thrusting heaviness of "ITO", the hypnotic slam of "Jade" - where breezy, early morning electronics flutter away above tough drums and a mind-altering bassline - and the boisterous peak-time techno anthem "Scrawler".
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Captagon
Captagon (heavyweight 2xLP)
Cat: TRESOR 312. Rel: 01 Jun 23
 
Techno
Triangulation (2:58)
Reiki (5:20)
ITO (5:55)
Riga (5:37)
Jade (6:12)
Tracer (6:20)
Scrawler (5:34)
Qurra (5:45)
Air-Port (7:38)
Review: Since opting to release more music under his given name, DeepChord man Rod Modell has largely stuck to dubbed-out ambience and heady drone soundscapes. His latest full-length is a little different, though, offering up club-focused cuts that mix his usual fuzzy aural textures and dub-fired motifs with up-tempo techno rhythms. By his standards, it's a very forthright set, with highlights including the noise-soaked stomp of "Reiki", the thrusting heaviness of "ITO", the hypnotic slam of "Jade" - where breezy, early morning electronics flutter away above tough drums and a mind-altering bassline - and the boisterous peak-time techno anthem "Scrawler".
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Ideoma
Ideoma (180 gram vinyl 12" + MP3 download code with obi-strip)
Cat: TRESOR 329. Rel: 27 Jan 22
 
Techno
Spiral (6:03)
Feral (4:53)
Spacion (6:44)
Austraal (5:10)
Review: Legendary Berlin techno label Tresor welcome Oscean for a standout debut EP. Oscean is a collaboration between Argentinian scene-leaders Sebastian Galante, also known as Seph, and Andres Zacco. They bring a propulsive sound and dense arrangements across the four cuts. Each one moves fast, with 'Feral' having scraping textures and rubbery drums racing onwards, 'Spacion' riding on a supple drum line that bubbles and boils and as a searching synth pans about the mix and 'Austraal' ends in Millsian style with electronic funk buried deep in its bones. It is the scuffed up broken beats of opener 'Spiral' that wins us over the most, though.
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Multirays
Multirays (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 343. Rel: 13 Oct 22
 
Techno
Multidimentional (5:41)
Invisable Rays (6:05)
Drivion (6:13)
Horizonsz (5:22)
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Chronium Radiance
Chronium Radiance (180 gram vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 358. Rel: 01 Nov 23
 
Techno
Chrono Rebel (5:59)
Neon Harmonies (4:39)
Blaster Imploder (5:41)
Echoes Of Chaos (5:58)
Review: Argentina's Oscean land on Tresor with their latest effort 'Chromium Radiance', a quartet of sonorous, slowly orbiting tracks for the outer reaches. The EP feels deeply at home on Tresor, whose back catalogue it effortlessly channels while navigating the newer more elastic pathways in techno laid by artists such as Mark Fell & Gabor Lazar. The first track is a pensive, nervous sketch for the more introspective hours of the morning, with reese-like pads hanging heavy over skittering grooves, while the second, 'Neon Harmonies' is a perfect accompaniment to watching rain cascade down neon-lit panes, with heartstring-plucking pads and propulsive, SVN-esque subs. 'Blaster Imploder' throws it back with a spell of ruthless hydraulic electro jakk, before 'Echoes Of Chaos' closes things out with a twitchy, haywire big room techno energy calling to mind Regis' early slammers. Seriously versatile and entertaining EP!
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Against Nature (reissue)
Against Nature (reissue) (180 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: TRESOR 147R. Rel: 21 Oct 21
 
Experimental/Electronic
Washing My Hands (2:26)
Let Them Bleed (6:23)
Paralyzing (2:02)
Nothin & No One (4:59)
Meat (5:14)
Join Us In Paradise (5:06)
Hanoi Hanoi (5:34)
Guiltless (6:27)
Theme From Streetwalker (5:17)
Under Skin (1:55)
Review: Regis and Female's Againstnature album from 2000 gets the full reissue treatment here by Berlin label, Tresor. Released under their given names Karl O'Connor and Peter Sutton, the record is a noted zenith of the Birmingham techno scene of the era. It has had a major influence on the music that was released in the years after and has here been remastered for a fresh double vinyl pack. As well as the original sounds, there is also 'Theme From Streetwalke,' a track that was previously released on a Tresor compilation. The tracks are heavy but relatively stripped back. They're packed with texture and atmosphere and never less than hugely compelling.
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Point 2 (remastered)
Point 2 (remastered) (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: TRESOR 145. Rel: 14 Nov 19
 
Techno
Before The Calling (2:42)
If (5:15)
Subject (5:40)
Detatched (7:21)
Version (4:22)
Eight 3 (5:03)
Connected (5:37)
From Over The Edge (5:35)
Coda (4:46)
If (Loft mix) (4:28)
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The Cosmic Memoirs Of The Late Great Rupert J Rosinthrope
The Cosmic Memoirs Of The Late Great Rupert J Rosinthrope (3xLP + MP3 download code in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: TRESOR 196LPX. Rel: 12 Apr 23
 
Techno
Solar Wind (6:22)
White Dwarf (3:45)
Waveform Cascades (4:29)
Dance Of The Celestial Druids (4:38)
The Freak Show (4:40)
Implosive Regions (4:56)
Lonely Journey Of The Comet Bopp (4:39)
Crossing Of The Sun-Ra Nebula (5:05)
Scattering Pulsars (5:08)
Alien Vessel Distress Call (7:00)
Flux (7:55)
Review: Tresor's extended focus on reissuing old Drexciya and Drexciya-related projects continues here with this version of Shifted Phases' 'The Cosmic Memoirs Of The Late Great Rupert J Rosinthrope'. A short-lived alias of Drexciya's beloved James Stinson, Shifted Phases' only LP here is one of few affiliated projects that has remained out of print ever since its rather low-key release in 2002. Wildly popular despite it, the music heard on the album is undeniable early electro, locking in a characteristically frank, almost meek, yet astro-nautical electro sound. Scratchy crud and sonar feedback beeps extend to the deepest sonic reaches on this one; you better salvage it from the abyssal waters of history (by copping it), and quick.
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The Cosmic Memoirs Of The Late Great Rupert J Rosinthrope
Cat: TRESOR 196CDX. Rel: 13 Apr 23
 
Techno
Solar Wind
White Dwarf
Waveform Cascades
Dance Of The Celestial Druids
The Freak Show
Implosive Regions
Lonely Journey Of The Comet Bopp
Crossing Of The Sun-Ra Nebula
Scattering Pulsars
Alien Vessel Distress Call
Flux
Review: 'The Cosmic Memoirs Of The Late Great Rupert J Rosinthrope' is an obscure rarity by a short-lived alias of Drexciya member James Stinson, Shifted Phases, which is now getting the full, refocused reissue treatment by German clubbing giant Tresor. Having remained out of print since its initially tiny release for over two decades, this bubbly yet grim electro album reflects an epistolary concept expressed musically rather than in written form. Rupert J. Rosinthrope is a mysterious character, but these cosmic memoirs hopefully shed at least some light on "his" misunderstood memory.
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In Memoriam
Cat: TRESOR 362. Rel: 04 Dec 23
 
Techno
M-87 (4:04)
M-90 (4:33)
M-99 (6:09)
M-00 (4:47)
Review: Juan Mendez is back on Tresor in Silent Servant mode with another masterclass in techno with a punk attitude. Since the beginning, Mendez has been able to demonstrate powerfully how to join the dots between post-punk, EBM, electro and techno and this EP might be one of the most fluid demonstrations of that attitude. The numbers in the titles hint towards specific years, and 'M-87' certainly has a flavour of late 80s Detroit techno sensuality, as if Carl Craig's earliest BFC and Psyche work was given a dusting up by some cyberpunks. 'M-90' has a more electro-tooled backbone, but there's still a pervading gothic tone to the composition. 'M-99' meanwhile heads straight for a broader techno propulsion, albeit carrying plenty of noise along for the ride, and 'M-00' loops things up for the most incisive cut on the record.
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Scopex 1998-2000 (remastered)
Scopex 1998-2000 (remastered) (gatefold 4xLP in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: TRESOR 300X. Rel: 09 Aug 22
 
Electro
Simulant - "New Machines" (6:35)
Simulant - "Musical Box" (5:55)
Simulant - "Wav Form" (6:44)
Simulant - "Wav Form" (mix) (7:10)
Simulant - "Untitled" (Locked Groove) (2:00)
Simulant - "Knife Edge" (7:28)
Simulant - "Spectre" (6:56)
Simulant - "Access Future Audio" (4:43)
Simulant - "Access Future Audio" (mix) (8:19)
Pollon - "Lost Souls" (5:46)
Pollon - "Lonely Planet" (7:09)
Pollon - "Intro" (2:29)
Pollon - "Lost Souls" (mix) (4:42)
Pollon - "Xtro" (2:07)
Simulant - "Optimal Flow" (5:17)
Simulant - "Pressure Point" (5:08)
Review: Electro lovers will be foaming at the mouth over this one - it is a super luxe reissue of some seminal UK electro from the late 90s. It channels plenty of Drexcyia vibes with its cinematic sound and sci-fi overtones and sounds as good now as it ever has. All of the tunes on it have been remastered from DAT tapes and included along the way is 'Original Flow' which wasn't on the album before and has never been released. It was only recently unearthed having been written in 2000.
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Force & Form (remastered)
Force & Form (remastered) (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: TRESOR 117. Rel: 30 Jan 23
 
Techno
Remnants Of What Once Was: The Hollow Men/Ice (9:50)
Black Jackal Throwbacks (11:48)
Returning To The Purity Of Current (8:23)
At The Heart Of It All (10:44)
Review: The reissue of Surgeon's classic 1999 album Force & Form brings back the unique sound of the Birmingham techno maestro. With every track from Electric Chicken, Movement, to Prowler hearing a thorough remastering job from the one and only Matt Colton, this album is renowned as one of the true inception points of the Birmingham sound: cold metallics, industrial noise, intense rhythms and unrelenting energy. Considered a turning point in the artist's wilfully scalpel-precise career, Force & Form established Surgeon as a true master of techno.
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Crash Recoil
Crash Recoil (180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 351. Rel: 12 Apr 23
 
Techno
Oak Bank (6:34)
Second Magnitude Stars (6:35)
Metal Pig (6:51)
We Laugh & Clap At The Circus (5:36)
Leadership Contes (6:32)
Masks & Archetypes (6:16)
Subcultures (5:55)
Hope Not Hate (5:54)
Review: After a five year album-hiatus, the iconic UK artist is back with his highly-anticipated release, Crash Recoil, which has found its home on the equally iconic Tresor. Drawn from the spontaneous experimentation of Surgeon's live sets, Crash Recoil spans eight MIDI-sequenced, hardware-reconfigured tracks, inflected with the artist's signature penchant for raw and rugged sound. The first track, 'Oak Bank', builds up to a throbbing core - a cacophony of driving percussion and side-stepping melodic layers that shift expertly in and out of focus. 'Second Magnitude Stars' moves with a tidal rhythm, like waves retreating backwards across shingle before crashing forwards once again with force. 'We Laugh & Clap At The Circus' is, texturally speaking, a touch lighter and more spacious, yet still replete with a sense of spiralling chaos. 'Leadership Contes' feels closer to ground-level - earthy yet eerie atmospheres meld with drums that seem located in the subterranean. A masterful album from the techno key-player - well worth the five year wait.
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The Drexciyan Empire Presents A Drexicyan Duo Story: Mayhem In Mu by Abdul Qadim Haqq
Notes: The Drexciyan Empire presents A Drexicyan Duo Story (Featuring The Brothers Bounce) - 'Mayhem in Mu!!'

New Drexciya comic from AbuQadim Haqq

Please note: this is a comic rather than a graphic novel

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The Opening Of The Cerebral Gate (reissue)
The Opening Of The Cerebral Gate (reissue) (180 gram vinyl 3xLP in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: TRESOR 270LPX. Rel: 06 Feb 23
 
Electro
Transmission Of Life (4:29)
War Of The Clones (5:52)
Negative Flash (4:25)
Walking With Clouds (3:35)
Cluben In Guyana (5:05)
Dimensional Glide (6:57)
Crossing Into The Mental Astroplane (4:47)
Cerebral Cortex Malfunction (5:32)
Unordinary Realities (4:53)
Look Within (4:33)
Do You Want To Get Down? (vocal De Void) (5:44)
Review: Of all the many Drexciya-related projects, Transllusion is surely one of the finest. Coming in the twilight years of James Stinson's life, there's a bittersweet quality to Opening Of The Cerebral Gate but it doesn't hold the force of the music back. From 'Transmission Of Life's searing arps to the nasty machine funk of 'Negative Flash', this is Stinson running at full clip, speaking that innate Drexciyan language through the machines in a manner which has been oft imitated but never even remotely matched. Reissued by Tresor in 2014 with a bonus 12", now it's presented with a fresh sleeve design which evokes the cyberpunk mood of the music in fine style.
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The Opening Of The Cerebral Gate
Cat: TRESOR 270. Rel: 06 Feb 23
 
Electro
Transmission Of Life
Negative Flash
Walking With Clouds
Cerebral Cortex Malfunction
Cluben In Guyana
Look Within
Unordinary Realities
Dimensional Glide
War Of The Clones
Crossing Into The Mental Astroplane
Do You Want To Get Down?
Do You Want To Get Down? (vocal De Void)
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Mind Over Positive & Negative Dimensional Matter
Mind Over Positive & Negative Dimensional Matter (180 gram vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 271X. Rel: 06 Feb 23
 
Electro
Disrupted Neural Gateway (5:59)
Do You Want To Get Down? (5:44)
Power Of The 3rd Brain (5:31)
Review: Back in 2001, short lived Tresor Berlin sublabel Supremat released Mind Over Positive & Negative Dimensional Matter by Drexciya co-founder James Stinson under his Transllusion moniker. This much needed reissue features all three original tracks. There's the murky electro funk of 'Disrupted Neural Gateway', the minimalist beat dystopia of 'Do You Want To Get Down?' and more ghosts in the machine conjured up on B-side offering 'Power Of The 3rd Brain'. 2022 marked the 20th anniversary of Stinson's untimely passing.
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Accidents 1994-2003
Accidents 1994-2003 (3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 361. Rel: 27 Jun 23
 
Electro
Remanisance (6:26)
No Call From New York (Acid mix) (6:34)
Slang City (8:06)
Mistakes Happen (6:15)
Punk Mother Fucker (8:44)
Numb In The Face (6:02)
Awful Mutation (5:03)
Windows To Your Sole (5:27)
Tricks (4:15)
Atmosphere (7:17)
What Goes On (6:11)
Freaks Frequency (6:44)
Gritty Glamour (6:14)
Review: Tresor home in on the happy musical 'accidents' of acclaimed techno duo Transparent Sound for this eponymous new triple retrospective album. Containing such neat audio-tools like the drill bit 'Slang City' and the spanner 'Windows To Your Sole', the originals heard here nail that sense of original, minimal, space-invadery, and melodic electro charm that many artists try to emulate, but few can properly muster up. Perhaps it can only really come from having made that kind of music at the time of its origination, which Transparent Sound luckily did.
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Backward Improvement
Backward Improvement (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 346. Rel: 05 Mar 24
 
Techno
Cogitor (6:19)
Sexual Tension (6:03)
Fragment (4:16)
Solar (5:11)
Gargk (4:24)
Review: Tresor is a titanic techno brand that has very much had a large say in how the genre has sounded over the last few decades. The German club and label now welcomes Parisian artist UFO95 into the fold with his Backward Improvement EP which draws on elements of all the genre's many niches from London to Detroit to Berlin. 'Cogitor' is thumping and wried up with warped lines, 'Sexual Tension' has a more seductive sound with a rubbery and funky bassline and 'Fragment' then brings panel-beating loops for peak time showdowns. There is pure sci-fi atmosphere to the bells and the sonorous synths of 'Solar' and 'Gargk' closes down with a glitchy and ambient-laced breakbeat monster. Great variation makes this a useful EP.
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Waveform Transmission Vol 2 (reissue)
Waveform Transmission Vol 2 (reissue) (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 017. Rel: 24 May 23
 
Techno
K-Force (4:23)
Liquification (2:01)
Weapons (2:40)
Gamma Scale (5:43)
Chrome (3:22)
Projectile Darts (5:06)
Protector (3:31)
Magnetic Storm (5:39)
Review: Tresor dig deep into the vaults for a reissue of one of Robert Hood's many seminal releases. This one comes under his The Vision alias and is an impressive 30 years old in 2023. It came originally in the year he left his Detroit hometown and the safety of the Underground Resistance label and head to New York with Jeff Mills. The music is fast and furious and funky as you would expect, with funky techno drum foundations and mind melting details up top. It set a ridiculously high standard and hasn't aged one single bit. All hail Hood.
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Silencio
Silencio (180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 339LP. Rel: 08 Nov 23
 
Ambient/Drone
Silencio
Luminoso
Librarsi
Infinito
Colpo
Volta (version)
Infinito (version)
Luminoso (version)
Volta
Opaco
Opaco (version)
Review: The latest project from Basic Channel pioneer Moritz Von Oswald examines the sonic relationships between human voice and synthetic tones. The initial outline of the album was shaped out in Von Oswald's studio on an assortment of synths, before Finnish composer Jarkko Riihimaki wrote the compositions out as sheet music to be interpreted by Berlin-based choral group Vocalconsort. Recorded in a nearby church, these austere compositions strike a neo-classical note, but they also naturally align with Von Oswald's accomplished legacy in the realm of minimal music while pushing the renowned artist and his listeners in challenging new directions.
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Silencio
Cat: TRESOR 339CD. Rel: 08 Nov 23
 
Ambient/Drone
Silencio
Luminoso
Librarsi
Infinito
Colpo
Volta (version)
Infinito (version)
Luminoso (version)
Volta
Opaco
Opaco (version)
Review: Mortiz Von Oswald continues to apply his considerable legacy to intriguing new ideas as he explores the differences and similarities between humans and machines on Silencio. For this new project, the Basic Channel pioneer has teamed up with Vocalconsort Berlin. The original framework of the album was composed and recorded on an array of synths and then transcribed to sheet music to be performed by Vocalconsort in a Kreuzberg church. By merging the source material and the resulting new recordings, Von Oswald and his collaborators present us with a compelling reflection on the tension between organic and electronic, cast in his distinctive style of hypnotic minimalism.
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Memoirs Of Hi Tech Jazz
Memoirs Of Hi Tech Jazz (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: TRESOR 336LP. Rel: 21 Nov 22
 
Deep House
Memoirs Of Hi-Tech Jazz (feat Black Nix) (1:00)
Motor City Madness (6:15)
Snake Eyes (5:36)
Let's Give It Up (feat Archpriest Rev Wanika K Stephens & De'Sean Jones) (5:29)
The Dub (6:20)
The Ballad Of Robert O'Bryant (4:25)
Keep It Coming (5:16)
Rouge (2:36)
Right Now (6:14)
Remember (5:58)
Review: Motor City earned its name thanks to the increased mobility bestowed unto black Americans thanks to the invention of the car, and the centrality of the car industry on Detroit. On his latest LP, house maestro Waajeed pays homage to the joys of black leisure and play in the city, which came about in large part thanks to technological advancements such as this. In his own words, 'Memoirs Of Hi Tech Jazz' signifies the 'transition from labor to pleasure', a transition we can all but dream of in today's age. Laid-back, frivolous, decadent house tones blend effortlessly with super-swirly jazz motifs.
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Motor City Madness
Cat: TRESOR 334. Rel: 21 Nov 22
 
Deep House
Motor City Madness (6:15)
Motor City Madness (People Mover remix) (4:08)
Motor City Madness (Underground Resistance remix) (6:30)
Motor City Madness (SHE Spells Doom remix) (4:16)
Review: Wajeed maybe doesn't get the credit or attention of many of his Detroit peers, but he surely deserves it. His take on his hometown's house sound pairs gorgeous synths with steely drum work and new one 'Motor City Madness' backs that up. It's got the nice raw drums, the elastic bass and is smothered with synth goodness while incidental sax and trumpet pads bring the romance. A People Mover remix goes heavy on the jazz vibes with a broken beat workout, Underground Resistance take it deep and SHE Spells Doom jacks up those drums into something close to a UK funky take on Detroit house.
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Intérprete: Per Bojsen-Moller
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Memoirs Of Hi-tech Jazz (Remixes)
Cat: TRESOR 366. Rel: 10 Nov 23
 
Techno
Right Now (Mark Broom remix) (5:12)
The Ballad Of Robert O'bryant (Yazzus remix) (5:24)
Memoirs Of Hi-tech Jazz (feat Black Nix - Jensen Interceptor X Assembler Code remix) (5:41)
Review: Waajeed's Memoirs Of Hi-Tech Jazz came out on Tresor in late 2022 as a definitive statement from a true Detroit original. Following the Motor City Madness remixes 12" which accompanied the album drop, here comes a follow up single shining fresh light on the project via a whole new set of remixes. There's no need to introduce a legend like Mark Broom - a stalwart of UK techno who brings his decades of experience to 'Right Now' as he remains in an enduring purple patch. Staying in the UK but coming from a whole different angle, Yazzus brings her upfront flair to one of the most compelling, emotionally charged pieces on the album, 'The Ballad Of Richard O'Bryant'. Then it's left to Jensen Interceptor and Assembler Code to link up for a remix of 'Memoirs Of Hi-Tech Jazz', complete with some of Black Nix's original poetic flow over the top.
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Black Metropolis
Black Metropolis (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 345. Rel: 31 Oct 22
 
Techno
Human Error Processor (6:56)
Perforated (5:13)
Metro City Bay Area (6:05)
Three Deities (6:22)
Review: Yazzus made a massive impression on us with her last outing in March last year on Mall Grab's Steel City Dance Discs label and now gets a suitable step up to the mighty Berlin techno label Tresor. She manages to lay down some bombastic and elastic rhythms on 'Human Error Processor' which has the kick drums pinging about the mix, before hammering a more searching and militant techno groove on 'Perforated.' There is sleazy and unrelenting energy to the chaotic percussion and synths of 'Metro City Bay Area' and that only gets turned up to 11 for the final outing, 'Three Deities'.
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