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Eletricidade (limited 10" + numbered insert)
Cat: MEC 031. Rel: 03 Apr 18
  1. Eletricidade (8:04)
  2. Espirito Das Maquinas (7:47)
Review: You could say that Kodiak Bachine is Brazil's greatest ever Brazilian electronic producer. That would not be an overstatement, it's just a simple fact. It was 1982 when he first released this EP, and it's been a classic, and a favourite of ours, ever since. In fact, "Electricidade" is so powerful because it sounds like it could have been made today; its tenebrous synths filling the airwaves from every angle, giving the track a strange sensation of lust and wonder. The flip, "Espirito Das Maquinas", is another enchanting ride through broken electric cables and abandoned power plants, a place where Bachine clearly thrives and surpasses all expectations. Highly recommend reissue!
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Cat: VENT 015. Rel: 16 Apr 18
  1. Your Secret Face (5:35)
  2. Hissiyat (8:54)
  3. Avoidance Paranoid (7:56)
  4. Arayislar (9:07)
  5. Order From Chaos Of The Death (11:15)
Review: Tolga Baklacioglu's releases may not be all that frequent, but when they do arrive they're always worth a listen. Your Secret Face is his first outing of 2018 and sees him join forces fast-rising Russian artist Dee Grinski. The latter's stylish - and heavily distorted - spoken word vocals can be heard on the EP's opening and closing tracks, with the latter - an 11-minute experimental epic that could feasibly soundtrack nuclear Armageddon - also benefitting from her drowsy, improvised singing. No doubt she contributed heavily to the EP's instrumental cuts, too, which are bleak, fuzzy and industrial in the best possible way.
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Parametr Perkusja (12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: DISK 014. Rel: 05 Jun 18
  1. Dernier Metro (5:23)
  2. Kosovo Hardcore (6:01)
  3. VVVVV (8:57)
Review: At first glance, French enfant terrible Bambounou is a surprising addition to the Diskant impint - now known as just Disk. Known for his techno and house exploits on Clek Clek Boom and 50 Weapons, his knack for intricately programmed rhythms were on display even back then. It kind of figures that he'd be a good choice for the label, come to think of it now. That's certainly proven across the three tracks on the Parametr Perkusja EP, where his sound sits comfortably alongside label mates like Harmonious Thelonious and Durian Brothers. From the slo-mo esoterica of "Dernier Metro" which reaches near tribal moments, the hard hitting polyrhythmic techno of "Kosovo Hardcore" it is great to hear some original productions from him after lengthy absence.
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Public Skin (white label 12" + insert limited to 200 copies)
Cat: BSHELL 01. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. Jepshastan (4:07)
  2. Bison Down (3:32)
  3. Heist Rims (4:02)
  4. S. Berserker (4:48)
  5. Panic Bull (4:11)
Review: Having shot into the limelight in 2012 with a 12" on Hessle Audio followed up by an outing on Liberation Technologies, Bandshell has since been on covert operations largely centred around releasing his music himself via Bandcamp. Now he's extended that practice into the B.S.Hell label, providing a physical presence to his wayward experimentation on the fringes of bass music. It's a sound that naturally aligns with the likes of Batu and Laksa, but also defiantly makes its own statement as well. With five tracks of distinctive drum science and textural voodoo to indulge in, this is a welcome return to wax for a thrilling, self-motivated producer.
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Intérprete: Decka
 in stock $8.33
  1. Wilfred Doricent (5:06)
  2. 665 Moths (2:30)
  3. Hebi No Tori (5:09)
  4. Deliae (5:07)
  5. Yoru No Satori (feat Mika Oki) (2:56)
  6. Sentiment Oceanique (6:28)
Review: Brothers From Different Mothers stalwart Basses Terres is a producer to whom easy categorization cannot be applied. For example, on his 2016 debut, he rushed between a quartet of experimental techno, leftfield and electronica excursions, while 2017's "Counting Pulsations" cassette was a druggy trip rich in ambient, dub and "dungeon synth" flavours. So what's on offer here? More intoxicating, otherworldly concoctions, that's what. Highlights include the dark tropical ambient of "665 Moths", the dubbed-out post-dancehall weightiness of "Wilfred Doricent", the slipped and spacey electronica of "Deliae" and the fluid dreaminess of gently percussive closing cut "Sentiment Oceanique".
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Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan, M50, Doo
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Tarzan Loves The Summer Nights (12" + lyric insert)
Cat: DE 057. Rel: 13 Jan 14
  1. Tarzan Loves The Summer Nights
  2. Tarzan
Review: Stupendously rare Italo gem from the criminally under-prolific Trieste-based Big Ben Tribe, this quirky poplet first came our way in 1984 on Gong. Last spotted changing hands for hundreds on auction sites, Dark Entries have done the disco world a favour and licensed a reissue. Untouched and naked in all its 80s glory, the synth patterns, abstract lyrics and arrangement were way ahead of their time and clearly influenced many electronic pop and Balearic bands who followed. Vocals just a bit too much for you? No worries, just flip for the instrumental. Tarzan loves summer nights, and we love Dark Entries for unearthing this utter classic.
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Big Deal (12")
Cat: LIES 071. Rel: 15 Sep 16
  1. Big Deal (6:33)
  2. Last Laugh (4:57)
Review: New York's Black Dice had to land on their native LIES imprint at some point. It was only a matter of time before label head Ron Morelli picked them up, and he's done so in fine style. The American Tapes, DFA, and Paw Tracks casuals are made up of Eric Copeland, Aaron Warren and Bjorn Copeland, and the trio like to get a little wacky over their coldwave grooves. "Big Deal" is a true post-punk reincarnation, a track that manages to pick out everything that was right about the early 80's by adding in elements of noise, rock, and a little techno. A monumental tune. "Last Laugh" is more dubwise in its approach, where a distorted guitar sways from side to side amid a fuzzy whirlpool of aqueous sonics and dusty percussion. A great release from LIES, and a fresh addition to their more usual house and techno onslaught.
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Intérprete: Justin Van Der Volgen
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Bryllyant (12")
Cat: DE 101. Rel: 17 Jan 19
  1. Bryllyant (33 1/3 Plus 8 remix) (5:28)
  2. Trigger Track (1984 12" edit) (5:59)
  3. Bryllyant (US remix) (5:06)
  4. You (extended version) (7:12)
Review: As per usual, those fiendish folks over at Dark Entries have amazed us once again with yet another barrel of 1980s gold from the depths of the underground. This time it's German new wave band Boytronic who see a reissue, and the EP in question is 1988's "Byllyant", which features the magnificent Plus 8 mix - a shot to the head made up of warm bass tones and hard-hitting drum machine patterns - and also the US mix, which literally sounds like it was made yesterday; for being an '80s EP, Boytronic steered well clear of cheesy and to be honest, they give New Order a proper run for their money. The 1984 mix of "Trigger Track" is a wonderful electro stormer, stamping its fast beats over eerie pads and growling basslines. This would be silly not to recommend! For the diggers.
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Cat: DE 118. Rel: 14 Apr 16
  1. Are You Loving? (vocal) (6:04)
  2. Are You Loving? (instrumental) (5:47)
Review: If you've ever wanted some straight-up italo disco but then wondered where to find it, where to start, who to ask, then Dark Entries have sorted you right out. As usual, the label come through strong, and this time they reissue an italo disco classic by Brand Image (T.Scarfone and M.Scarabelli) originally released in 19983, and representing the genre with flying colours. "Are You Loving?" contains the 1980's in every sense of the word: quirky, melancholic vocals riding over a grainy drum machine beat, and accompanied by massive synth stabs and an inimitable sort of groove - simply lovely. There's an instrumental on the flip just in case you love the sounds but are slightly scared by the power of the vocals...
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  1. Daniele Brusaschetto - "Grigi Ma"
  2. Janksy Noise - "Black NIght" (feat Rifka)
  3. Human Larvae - "Ruined"
  4. Damaskin - "Apocalypse"
Review: 10 Germany seem to get it bang-on each and every time! For a label who has released the likes of Ancient Methods, Perc and Matthew Herbert, among other legends, we'd expect nothing less than the spectacular and this is exactly what we got with this latest collaborative effort by Italy's Daniele Brusachetto, Jansky Noise, Human Larvae and Damaskin. Brusachetto's "Grigi Ma" is weird and wonderful pop tune set against a backdrop of cavernous percussion rattles, while Janksy Noise's "Black Night" is a full-on drone monster. Over on the flip, "Ruined" by Human Larvae is a fuzzy, noise-fuelled scorcher, and "Apocalypse" sees Damaskin produce the EP's only shred of rigidity thanks to its consistent 4/4 kick...accompanied by some rather gnarly power electronics, of course.
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Young Death (limited heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: HDB 100. Rel: 28 Nov 16
  1. Young Death (5:52)
  2. Nightmarket (7:28)
Review: Burial's first multiple-track release since "Rival Dealer" three years ago: "Young Death" takes the lead with weave of deep, scratchy and evocative human textures while soulful vocal shards yearn and flutter over soft faraway beats. "Nightmarket" takes an even more introspective meander through the shadowy unknown with fractured arpeggios, distant whispers and thick graininess that envelops almost overwhelmingly. As forward, unusual and unique as ever, Burial remains in a league of his own. Limited.
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Pulse (12")
Cat: TTT 057. Rel: 13 Mar 17
  1. Pulse (16:53)
  2. High (17:38)
Review: The partnership of Kassem Mosse and Beatrice Dillon; Dillon Wendel is a place for the two respected artists to explore soundscapes, aesthetics and synthesis in pastures aeons away from the dancefloors they're most familiar with. Both compositions weighing in over 15 minutes, they're experiences which challenge form and convention; "Pulse" ripples with its namesake, a texture that buzzes and drones in endless waves while "High" mutates a warmer, grainer tone with dizzying effect.
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Intérprete: Medlar
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AUX 4411 (numbered hand-stamped clear vinyl 12" limited to 150 copies)
Cat: AUX 4411. Rel: 29 May 18
  1. Flux - "2linx" (4:12)
  2. Flux - "Brconix" (3:38)
  3. Flux - "Certron" (3:17)
  4. Flux - "Smobdycdtr" (3:29)
  5. Bovaflux - "Lmp_Nrg" (4:28)
  6. Bovaflux - "Pp-Level" (4:37)
  7. Bovaflux - "Xmasktnz" (4:12)
  8. Bovaflux - "Nortacid" (4:30)
Review: For their ninth release, Berlin's mindcolormusic present another stellar release by a debutant, as well as an old schooler. Shane Teal aka Flux is based out in the Pacific Northwest U.S.A. and is said to have been recording music for over a decade, making anything from electro to drum and all that's in between. All these disparate influences can be heard on the unholy mixture of "2linx" which comes off sounding like some broken-beat offworld IDM experiment - and sounds pretty awesome. On the flip, it is over to Eddie Symons: a veteran producer based in the UK, who after releasing on his own Struktur and [d]-tached imprints, made his debut as Bovaflux for the Highpoint Lowlife label back in 2005. Four deep and dystopian electro bass offerings from Symons here, and we particularly enjoyed the Aphex/Autechre spounding melancholia of "Lmp_Nrg".
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Álbumes
Lost Highway (Soundtrack) (limited numbered gatefold 180 gram audiophile blue vinyl 2xLP + insert) (1 per customer)
Cat: MOVATM 101. Rel: 17 Nov 16
  1. David Bowie - "I'm Deranged" (edit) (2:24)
  2. Trent Reznor - "Videodrones; Questions" (0:44)
  3. Nine Inch Nails - "The Perfect Drug" (5:16)
  4. Angelo Badalamenti - "Red Bats With Teeth" (2:55)
  5. Angelo Badalamenti - "Hunting & Heartbreaking" (2:05)
  6. The Smashing Pumpkins - "Eye" (4:57)
  7. Angelo Badalamenti - "Dub Driving" (3:41)
  8. Barry Adamson - "Mr Eddy's Theme 1" (3:33)
  9. Lou Reed - "This Magic Moment" (3:24)
  10. Barry Adamson - "Mr Eddy's Theme 2" (2:15)
  11. Angelo Badalamenti - "Fred & Renee Make Love" (2:08)
  12. Marilyn Manson - "Apple Of Sodom" (4:22)
  13. Antonio Carlos Jobim - "Insensatez" (2:53)
  14. Barry Adamson - "Something Wicked This Way Comes" (edit) (2:58)
  15. Marilyn Manson - "I Put A Spell On You" (3:28)
  16. Angelo Badalamenti - "Fats Revisited" (2:32)
  17. Angelo Badalamenti - "Fred's World" (3:02)
  18. Rammstein - "Rammstein" (edit) (3:26)
  19. Barry Adamson - "Hollywood Sunset" (2:00)
  20. Rammstein - "Heirate Mich" (edit) (3:05)
  21. Angelo Badalamenti - "Police" (1:39)
  22. Trent Reznor - "Driver Down" (5:18)
  23. David Bowie - "I'm Deranged" (reprise) (3:47)
Review: Since its release in 1997, David Lynch's neo-noir-horror, Lost Highway, has become something of a cult classic. The accompanying soundtrack album, here reissued on weighty double vinyl, is similarly revered in some circles. Put together by Nine Inch Nails' frontman Trent Reznor, composer Angelo Badalamenti, and punk-turned-producer Barry Adamson, it's a mish-mash of darkly intense songs (Bowie, Smashing Pumpkins, Lou Reed and Rammstein all contribute), and the kind of creepy, other-worldly soundscapes that have always been a feature of Lynch's work. It's arguably the latter tracks, composed by Badalementi and Adamson, which remain creepily potent all these years on.
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Weld (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BLACKEST 042. Rel: 15 Jun 15
  1. Truth Teller (3:47)
  2. Dreamsnake (4:57)
  3. Healer (6:10)
  4. Blight (4:17)
  5. AM Horizon (5:29)
  6. Rose Eye (3:52)
  7. Agate Cross (5:22)
  8. Ash Grove (2:38)
Review: Alex Barnett and Faith Coloccia return to the dark, militant and disorderly outlet that is Blackest Ever Black for a second LP of twisted ambient-filtered noise infusions. Much like their previous album, Weld is inherently abstract but still manages to tell a story, taking the listener on a journey by using primitive forms of sound design. There are certainly more concrete pieces within, such as the kick-powered "Dreamsnake" or the hazy stoner jam that is "AM Horizon", but the release is largely freeform and loosely held together by fuzzy shreds of electronic fuzz. "Ash Grove" is a favourite of ours, its circling toms giving the track a sporadic backbone. It's a beaut, as per usual.
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Cat: BB 079LP. Rel: 13 Mar 13
  1. Atomium
  2. Nachtfahrt
  3. International Velvet
  4. Without A Trace Of Emotion
  5. The Binary Code
  6. Musica Ex Machina
  7. The Tuning Of The World
  8. Instant Bayreuth
  9. Vox Humana
  10. Rhythmus
  11. Silence
  12. Hausmusik
Review: Off The Record sees German label Bureau B offer up a wonderful presentation of music from ex Kraftwerk member Karl Bartos. Apparently originally conceived whilst Bartos was part of the iconic group, these twelve tracks have been fully developed from the musical diary he kept all those years ago. What was initially a secret collection of rhythms, riffs, hooks, chords and melodies have been reconceived and re-contextualised by Bartos in a modern setting and Off The Record should make for compelling listening for the legions of Kraftwerk completists out there. "The Binary Code" stands out, a swooping array of 8bit arpeggios unfurling and taking your senses with you whilst "Musica Ex Machina" is the sort of chugging, busy vocoder led machine funk you'd feasibly hear in a Weatherall back to back set with Smagghe
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Oats (LP)
Cat: ALT 12. Rel: 24 Oct 13
  1. AR II/Child Confession/Interiors
  2. Est Oan/BG Feathers/Dry Contract
Review: As the man behind the Opal Tapes label, Stephen Bishop has been responsible for curating some of the most interesting experimental music of the past few years, but as Basic House he is also responsible for putting out his own productions, with LP-length cassettes on Opal Tapes, Washy Tapes and Digitalis in recent years. Oats sees him arrive on Alter, the label run by Luke 'Helm' Younger. Oats is an LP which more than fits in with the dark, subdued and grainy aesthetic Younger has been developing over the past few years, with the scuffed kicks, haunting tones and sluggish percussion of tracks like "AR II" and "Child Confession" and the paranoid musique concrete of "Interiors" and "Eat Oan" marking out Bishop as someone whose musical vision seems to be maturing with experience.
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Intérprete: Alex Font
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92982 (remastered) (limited 2xLP in die-cut sleeve + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRR 268LP. Rel: 17 Aug 16
  1. 92982.1 (12:33)
  2. 92982.2 (22:43)
  3. 92982.4 (19:21)
  4. 92982.3 (6:49)
Review: Originally Recorded live at Music Laboratories, New York, September 29, 1982 and eventually released 27 years later, William Basinski's 92982 receives a vinyl re-issue courtesy of the Temporary Residence label. Spread across two slabs of vinyl, the four separate parts to 92902 see Basinski teasing out ethereal, mesmerising loops from a reel to reel in all their decayed and degraded glory. It's all drenched in delay and reverb that works in the same tradition of his seminal LP, The Disintegration Loops . The truly haunting dark ambience of "92982.2" in particular is essential listening and a moment you won't forget, complete with eerie field recordings of NYC.
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Sketches From Space (140 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: VIBR 018. Rel: 02 Jul 18
  1. Lagrangian Point L4
  2. Pulsars
  3. Jupiter's Butterflies
  4. Celestial
  5. C-Beams
  6. Moon's Magnetic Field
  7. Centaurus A
  8. Redshift 7
  9. Andromeda
  10. Sextans A
  11. Orion
  12. Bianca
  13. Nova
  14. Dark Energy
  15. 47 Million Light-Years From Earth
  16. Nevaeh
Review: One of the deepest reaching projects from the multifaceted Vibraphone stable resurfaces for an extended trip through ambient sonics that marks possibly the most daring departure on the esteemed Italian label to date. The harmonious tones undulating throughout Sketches From Space are instant soothers, taking the odd cue from techno but defiantly beatless and meditative. It's a surprising addition to the long and winding Vibraphone story, but also feels like one of the strongest steps forward the resurgent label has taken since returning to the fray. Just try sinking into "Lagrangian Point L4" and you'll see exactly what we mean.
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Cat: AJXLP 450. Rel: 05 Oct 18
  1. Are You Being Served (2:21)
  2. The Good Life (2:05)
  3. London Weekend Television (0:09)
  4. Blankety Blank (1:57)
  5. Top Of The Pops (3:04)
  6. Picture Box (2:56)
  7. The Liver Birds (3:12)
  8. Thames Television (0:08)
  9. Rainbow (2:46)
  10. Doctor Who (3:17)
  11. Wildtrak (2:12)
  12. World In Action (2:45)
  13. Sorry (2:42)
  14. Open University (0:42)
Review: English actor, writer, and musician Matt Berry - of Darkplace and IT Crowd fame - covers, yes, covers an assortment of classic British TV themes. The result is an album to be appreciated as much as it is to be taken seriously, as it is to be enjoyed. Of course there's a pinch of humour with Berry placing himself alongside a muppet and Doctor Who on the album's cover art, but it's the theatrical, jazz and upbeat, yet easy listening approach of the album which really paints the picture. The LP's opener "Are You Being Served" is undeniable sweetest spot of nostalgia here, with the minutia of Thames Television indents, at 8 seconds long, also checked and covered. Recorded solo by Berry himself, it's a burgundy-beige trip through the technicolour memory of one's formative years enjoying the early-evenings and afternoons watching a select choice of the UKs most iconic TV.
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Fantastic World (limited gatefold 180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: ORB 01 . Rel: 30 Jan 17
  1. The Other World (2:26)
  2. Drop By Drop (3:29)
  3. Cosmic Swing (3:25)
  4. Cry From The Moon (3:22)
  5. Black Light (2:59)
  6. Fantastic World (part 1) (2:16)
  7. Round Drum (8:06)
  8. Fantastic World (part 2) (9:20)
  9. Caribbean Sea (6:19)
  10. My Wife (10:31)
Review: Another Italian reissue label enters the fray as Orbeatize makes a powerful first move by looking back to the 80s and the wild experimentation of jazz drummer Armando Bertozzi. Having already made a distinctive entrance with two previous albums, Bertozzi's final masterstroke was Fantastic World, a daring body of work originally released in 1985. Rich with African percussion and wayward synthesis, this is far from a traditional record, and its hefty second hand price tag makes it more than worthy of a reissue for a whole new crew of cats to turn on to.
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Intérprete: Dj soFa
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Parler Musique (2xLP + insert)
Cat: DE 200. Rel: 05 Mar 18
  1. Parler Musique (7:06)
  2. Organisation Maritime (5:42)
  3. Un Subalterne Insubordonne (5:29)
  4. Teleconference (7:23)
  5. Myeline (3:51)
  6. L'Ordre Cannibale (9:23)
  7. Entr'acte (4:42)
  8. Une Salade Oblongue (9:11)
Review: Honey Soundsystem's Dezier comes correct with this immaculately detailed debut album. From the circuit board presentation to the album narrative itself Parler Music is a lavish affair that stretches the perception of everything we've learnt about him on labels such as Cin Cin, HNYTRX and Public Release. Back again on Dark Entities (where it all began for this alias five years ago) Parler Music is a fluorescent romp through tempos and emotions; the white knuckle synthwave of "Un Subalterne Insubordonne", the iced-out electro of "Teleconference", the sleazy off-beat slinks and triumphant chords of "Entr'acte", the pregnant cosmosis of "Une Salade Oblongue", the list of immersive synthscapes and stories goes on. A genuinely beautiful debut album.
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Cat: BIO 25LP. Rel: 15 Mar 18
  1. T'Schop (6:34)
  2. Pipistrellus (3:14)
  3. Audax (6:05)
  4. Strigiformes (2:54)
  5. Rovertse Heide (5:55)
  6. De Doornboom (2:26)
  7. Hilsondis (5:03)
  8. Icoon (4:54)
Review: After a recent string of EPs and mini LPs, it's a pleasure to hear Biosphere tantalizing drones and ambient loops across a full-length. The Hilvarenbeek Recordings are a perfect encapsulation of the man's sound and vision, forever iterating his subtle sounds to paint rich and vivid portrays of the world and of his surroundings. The new album, one of his best to date, comes to life thanks to the amalgamation of field recordings, raw talent, and a pensive outlook on the world. A constant thirst for applying sound to vision, and vision to sound. Wonderful, as always.
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Cat: BIO 27LP. Rel: 07 Dec 17
  1. Shenzhou (4:54)
  2. Spindrift (4:29)
  3. Heat Leak (4:47)
  4. Ancient Campfire (7:34)
  5. House On The Hill (5:31)
  6. Two Ocean Plateau (3:01)
  7. Thermal Motion (4:16)
  8. Path Leading To The High Grass (3:46)
  9. Fast Atom Escape (3:19)
  10. Green Reflections (3:15)
  11. Bose Einstein Condensation (2:44)
  12. Gravity Assist (6:56)
  13. Griz Nez Windy (3:18)
  14. Dover Ferryport (2:37)
  15. Kent Country Train (2:28)
  16. Lorry Shuttle Shaft (3:06)
  17. Sea Cat (2:29)
  18. Shuttle Hiss Tunnel (3:45)
  19. Calais Ferryport (2:49)
  20. Shuttle (3:10)
  21. The White Cliffs Of Dover (3:53)
Review: Norway's Geir Jenssen is one of ambient's true pioneers. A man who has done nothing but good to the scene, stretching its boundaries across different sounds and harmonic landscapes. He's so renowned, in fact, that even his albums from the post 00's era are worthy of represses, such as this 2002 outing on London's Touch, Shenzhou. It is an impossible task to condense its freeform structures into words, a wide-eyed horizon that blends field recordings and reverb-laden pools of sonics into neatly executed frameworks. This is all about feeling and mood - it's what Biosphere thrives on.
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Patashnik (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: BIO 4LP. Rel: 09 Jun 16
  1. Phantasm (5:07)
  2. Startoucher (4:56)
  3. Decryption (5:57)
  4. Novelty Waves (6:27)
  5. Patashnik (6:13)
  6. Mir (5:21)
  7. The Shield (2:35)
  8. SETI Project (6:19)
  9. Mestigoth (7:46)
  10. Botanical Dimensions (5:53)
  11. Caboose (4:42)
  12. En-trance (5:03)
Review: Originally released in 1994, Biosphere's second album Patashnik, as we would later find out, was only the beginning. Geir Jenssen's Biosphere project has since become a name that rolls off the tongue alongside Brian Eno when talk of ambient comes to the table, and the use of vocals in tracks like "Phantasm" and "Startoucher" are as memory jogging as Marshall Jefferson's "Mushrooms". The music here provides a snapshot of Biosphere's sound before he committed a decade's worth of albums to UK label Touch. For a '90s take on things, you could day "SETI Project" has aged better than "Mestigoth", while the nebulous to deep classical tones and bluey-hues of productions like "Decryption", "Patashnik" and "Mir" remain timeless.
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Cat: BIO 30LP. Rel: 11 May 17
  1. Drifter (4:16)
  2. Black Mesa (5:24)
  3. Turned To Stone (4:47)
  4. The Petrified Forest (5:01)
  5. Just One Kiss (4:54)
  6. This Is The End (5:16)
Review: Any new release from reclusive Norwegian ambient colossus Geir Jennsen is cause for celebration. The Petrified Forest was inspired by a 1936 movie of the same name, the plot of which revolves around a world-weary British writer meeting a fellow idealist in an isolated diner in the middle of the Arizona desert. Jenssen's music has always been cinematic in tone - think widescreen visions with multiple related movements, sitting somewhere between icy loneliness and comforting homeliness - so it's little surprise to find that The Petrified Forest regularly hits the mark. Evocative, atmospheric and quietly melodiousness, it's a mini album chock full of brilliant downtempo electronica.
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Vulnicura (deluxe edition) (gatefold 2xLP + artwork)
Cat: TPLP 1231. Rel: 24 Mar 15
  1. Stonemilker (6:45)
  2. Lionsong (6:04)
  3. History Of Touches (2:56)
  4. Black Lake (10:08)
  5. Family (7:54)
  6. Notget (6:18)
  7. Atom Dance (8:06)
  8. Mouth Mantra (6:06)
  9. Quicksand (3:45)
Review: Icelandic music producer Bjork, who requires absolutely no introduction given her massive contribution to electronic pop music over the last twenty years, finally returns with her new album Vulnicura on One Little Indian Records. Although the LP represents her breakup with Matthew Barney, there are vivid rays of light nested among the more dreary-eyed vocals and melodies. As per usual with her work, there is a distinctive personal touch to her songs. This is most vividly characterised by the droning style of her singing, a sort of juxtaposition when combined to the music below it. Expect an intricate blend of sci-fi electronics, break-ridden power beats and of course, plenty of hard ambience. Bjork's ninth studio album is another winner. This deluxe edition comes with a download code!
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Dark Pool (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BLACKESTLP 009. Rel: 29 Aug 14
  1. Dark Pool
  2. Profusion
  3. Watering Hole
  4. Endourban
  5. Burst
  6. Xibalba Road Metamorph
  7. Data River
  8. Night In New Chiang Saen
  9. Protoplasm
  10. Profusion II (Fallofthehouseofagodofbiomechanical)
  11. Who Will Save The Tiger?
Review: The belated release of New York industrial ambient crew Black Rain's early '90s soundtrack work in 2011 sparked something in founder Stuart Argabright. It inspired a belated return to the studio and this surprise album, Black Rain's first for 18 years. Given how long they've been away, Dark Pool is a pleasingly accomplished set. Like their previous material, it wades in dark waters, joining the dots between droning electronic textures, skittish, IDM-inspired rhythms, horror chic, industrial noise and bleak electronica. It's hugely atmospheric, of course, but also strangely claustrophobic. It's a brilliant set, all told, but one that shouldn't be taken lightly.
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Organism (LP)
Cat: BOT 005. Rel: 24 May 17
  1. Third Eye (5:40)
  2. Dopamine (5:25)
  3. Faust (5:27)
  4. Implicit Memory (6:14)
  5. Pathogen (5:29)
  6. Dark Matter (5:28)
  7. Organism (5:59)
  8. Scorched Earth (4:10)
Review: John Blackford's career got an early boost when he won a Moby remix composition. He then released one rather good EP of electro workouts on Bot in 2008, before all but disappearing. Organism marks his comeback from that extended hiatus and is really rather good. He begins with the dark, moody and intoxicating "Third Eye", before rolling through melodious, evocative cuts that variously tip a wink to hip-hop/IDM fusion ("Dopamine"), post-Drexciya dark-scapes (the jazzy "Faust"), spacey electronica ("Implicit Memory"), clandestine ambient ("Dark Matter") and slowly unfurling beauty (the creepy-but-blissful "Organism"). As returns go, it's really rather good.
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Original Soundtrack (limited LP + insert)
Cat: DOM 27L. Rel: 26 Sep 16
  1. Morning In The City (2:41)
  2. Polyester From Hell (3:05)
  3. Ladies In Mercedes (3:11)
  4. Time/Silence (2:00)
  5. Pink Flamingos (3:08)
  6. Technology Mythology (2:54)
  7. The Big Chill (0:21)
  8. Tin Man (2:48)
  9. Walk, Don't Walk (2:53)
  10. Sowebohemia (3:44)
  11. Butter Fly (2:27)
  12. Blue Diamonds (2:30)
  13. Time Travel (0:33)
  14. Picture (1:59)
  15. Evening In The City (1:54)
Review: Originally a folk guitarist from Baltimore in the 1960's, Gary Blanchard's musical career only took off twenty years later with something totally different and unexpected. Something that may have been too far ahead of its time back in the 80s, but that sounds just right hearing it in 2016. Entitled Original Soundtrack, this is Blanchard's only LP and is about as far from folk as techno is from classical; there's a similarity in texture and mood, perhaps, but the construction of the songs are a world apart. Coming out through Spain's excellent Domestica label, Gary Blanchard's album is a one-off piece of minimal experimentation of the highest calibre. It is drenched in a familiar 80's romanticism and melancholia, but tunes like "Polyester From Hell", or "Technology Mythology" are blissful drum machine experiments that look in every possible direction in terms of influences. Check it, there's some gold in there.
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The Blues Brothers (Soundtrack) (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 1072. Rel: 15 Aug 14
  1. She Caught The Katy
  2. Peter Gunn Theme Gimme Some Lovin'
  3. Gimme Some Lovin'
  4. Shake Your Tailfeather
  5. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
  6. The Old Landmark
  7. Think
  8. Theme From Rawhide
  9. Minnie The Moocher
  10. Sweet Home Chicago
  11. Jailhouse Rock
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  1. Kid For Today
  2. Amo Bishop Roden
  3. In A Beautiful Place Out In The Country
  4. Zoetrope
Review: When it comes to a reissue such as this it can't be understated just how arresting the work of Boards of Canada can be in the right situation. This EP, that came to light in between Music Has The Right To Children and Geogaddi, represents the enigmatic duo at their most powerful, channeling their energy into four long-form tracks that draw on all of their combined strengths. "Kid For Today" is haunting and dark but utterly heartbreaking, whilst "Amo Bishop Roden" heads into more mysterious territory. "In A Beautiful Place Out In The Country" is eerie in its titular invitation to join a cult, and "Zoetrope" tips its hat to Terry Riley et al in its looping phrases, but really there's no describing the magnificence of these gems, pleasingly reissued on vinyl to beat the Discogs chancers.
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Music Has The Right To Children (gatefold 2xLP + sticker)
Cat: WARPLP 55R. Rel: 18 Oct 13
  1. Wildlife Analysis
  2. An Eagle In Your Mind
  3. The Color Of The Fire
  4. Telephasic Workshop
  5. Triangles & Rhombuses
  6. Sixtyten
  7. Turqoise Hexagon Sun
  8. Kaini Industries
  9. Bocuma
  10. Roygbiv
  11. Rue The Whirl
  12. Aquarius
  13. Olson
  14. Pete Standing Alone
  15. Smokes Quantity
  16. Open The Light
  17. One Very Important Thought
Review: Widely regarded as Boards of Canada's finest hour, Music Has The Right To Children finds itself the subject of a well-deserved 2LP gatefold reissue from Warp Records. One of the most defining records of what was known for better or worse as IDM still sounds as timeless as it did in 1998, as the library tones of "Wildlife Analysis", thick downtempo rhythms of "Roygbiv" and out of focus melodies of "Olson" prove. Essential!
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Body Four (LP)
Cat: BED 003. Rel: 22 Mar 17
  1. I (1:48)
  2. II (1:56)
  3. III (0:46)
  4. IV (1:15)
  5. V (1:34)
  6. VI (2:51)
  7. VII (3:21)
  8. VIII (1:40)
  9. IX (1:42)
  10. X (1:31)
  11. XI (0:50)
  12. XII (1:02)
  13. XIII (1:52)
  14. XIV (2:44)
Review: Ohio born producer John Roberts returns under a different pseudonym named Body Four on his own Brunette Editions and follows up last years Plum LP under his birth name, as well as two previous full length outing on Hamburg label Dial: namely his stunning debut Glass Eights. On this self titled album under the alias, Roberts once again utilises both electronic and acoustic sources, merging both classical and dance music influences, as well as some some experimental and musique concrete approaches on what could be his most challenging album yet. Overall the opus' lo-fi and tape saturated aesthetic adds to its atmosphere, as jagged junkyard rhythms thump around beneath layers of dust and his gritty sound sources writhe in low-bit sample rates and endless layers of time based effects. At times gentle or subtle and rather quite abrasive at other times, all in all this collection of tracks (which on average come in at around a couple of minutes) cover a great variety of moods and grooves.
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D E G (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: SKALP 034. Rel: 23 May 17
  1. Fhorth (5:31)
  2. Herzzatzz (6:04)
  3. Avantual (5:40)
  4. Evensong (7:45)
  5. Landor 50X2 (6:27)
  6. Pelomen Vapour 1 (4:29)
  7. Pelomen Vapour 2 (5:12)
  8. Pelomen Vapour 3 (5:02)
  9. Kappafects (6:16)
  10. Maghellen (6:12)
Review: It's been a long time between drinks for Darrell "Bola" Fitton, a long serving IDM explorer who released five fabulous albums on Skam between 1998 and 2007. D E G, his first album in a decade, is a predictably beguiling and atmospheric affair. Beginning with the sumptuously spacey ambient sweep of "Fhorth", Fitton delivers a master class in hard-to-pigeonhole electronica. While some tracks are reminiscent of some of Autechre's more melodious moments (see "Herzzatzz" and the acid-flecked "Pelomen Vapour 2"), others draw influence from Rephlex style braindance (see the sharp synth riffs and bustling beats of "Landor 50X2"), spaced-out post-dubstep electronic folk ("Evensong") and ghostly, post-apocalyptic ambience ("Pelomen Vapour 3"). Throughout, it remains a hugely entertaining affair.
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Cat: MED 078. Rel: 08 May 18
  1. Mambopolis (4:02)
  2. Sordid Affair (4:11)
  3. Vampire In Chinatown (3:19)
  4. Invisible Guy (2:45)
  5. Prelude To Mothra (2:06)
  6. Monster Movie (5:21)
  7. Men With Secrets (4:25)
  8. Alien Girl (3:03)
  9. Nikral Nikral (2:24)
  10. Mutant Wisdom (4:38)
  11. Honoluai (3:20)
  12. Jig Saw Heart (3:58)
Review: As any New Wave enthusiast will happily tell you, Richard Bone was one of the founding fathers of New York's late '70s/early '80s electronic scene. By 1983, his fame had spread as far as the UK, leading Survival Records to take a punt on his Brave Tales album. Since then, the LP has gone on to be regarded as an underground new wave classic, hence this first ever vinyl reissue. It remains a hugely impressive work, with Bone tempering the vibrant cheeriness of his synthesizer melodies and lo-fi drum machine rhythms with stylish, off-kilter vocals and some seriously addictive analogue basslines. There are nods towards post-punk pop, New York electro and, more bizarrely, 1950s rock and roll dotted throughout, as well as references to cult movies and lesser-known records from the period.
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Peter & The Wolf (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: MOVCL 011. Rel: 28 Oct 14
  1. Peter & The Wolf, Op 67 (27:11)
  2. Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra, Op 34 (17:12)
Review: This recording of the Philadelphia Orchestra performing Sergei Prokofiev's 1936 story and orchestral score Peter and the Wolf was recorded in 1977 and was originally released in 1978. The role of the narrator on the recording was initially offered to both Peter Ustinov and Alec Guinness who both turned it down, before David Bowie agreed to take on the role, supposedly as a Christmas present to his son. On the B-side is another equally as charming piece of recent classical history, Benjamin Britten's Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra as narrated by Hugh Downs.
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Dive Left (LP)
Cat: SHADES 016. Rel: 21 Feb 17
  1. Automatic (1:37)
  2. Portland Push (4:11)
  3. Honest Loose (3:08)
  4. Life Tour 29 (5:30)
  5. Fantasy Build & Handheld (1:24)
  6. Repertoire Unit (2:01)
  7. Phant (4:57)
  8. Request Line (1:29)
  9. 77% (2:37)
  10. Request Line II (0:33)
  11. Ritual (1:32)
  12. Making Use (3:30)
  13. Dive Left (4:13)
  14. Ergonomic (4:57)
Review: Box clever, box fresh, box think-outside-of: Boxwork, a London basssmith who's been smouldering across house, tech and bass circles on the likes of WNCL and LNUK now antes up with a full album on "Shades". Showcasing his breadth on his widest tip yet, we're nudged and sashayed between the lines throughout... The subtle jazzy UKGisms of "Honest Loose", the thundering tribal head-twists of "Life Tour 29", the grainy vocal loops and industrial strength techy kicks of "Phant", the deep sea Dilla breaks of the "Request Line" interludes, the woozy drum loops and leftside timpani of "Ritual" and of course the serious club hitter "Portland Push", this list goes on. This is the sound of an accomplished debut album.
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Cat: MMWUFF 007LP. Rel: 06 Sep 19
  1. Venus Covers Mars (Intro) (0:15)
  2. Under The Red (4:29)
  3. All You Can Eat (3:58)
  4. Wayward Sister (3:58)
  5. Smell Of Fire (5:05)
  6. No Sad Songs (4:05)
  7. Venus Covers Mars (3:31)
  8. You Can't Get Fooled By Love (4:21)
  9. Bark (4:16)
  10. She Gave Me Money (5:09)
  11. Can't Wait A Second (4:54)
Review: Synth pop veterans Boytronic - well known for hit single "You" but also for honing their sound at sex shows in Hamburg's red light district - are back after a ten year hiatus. After several personnel changes over the years, the latest line-up features old and new vocalists in Holger Wobker and James Knights respectively, and it could be the first time ever that a replacement and their predecessor have worked together on the same record. Importantly, they work well together, with plenty of 80s influences looming large over a wealth of danceable beats, tinny chords and woodpecker fills.
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A 1000 Keys (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: EMEGO 224LP. Rel: 08 Sep 16
  1. PSA (3:10)
  2. SYD (4:31)
  3. VIE (6:39)
  4. SFO (0:45)
  5. JFK (5:49)
  6. KGD (7:25)
  7. HEL (0:47)
  8. LAS (8:09)
  9. TBS (3:22)
  10. MEX (3:29)
  11. TLV (3:24)
  12. CGN (3:32)
  13. LED (2:14)
  14. NRT (4:00)
  15. KIX (1:29)
Review: On his newest release for avant electronic powerhouse Editions Mego, German minimal techno legend Thomas Brinkmann. Brinkmann digitally recreated the timbre of a grand piano and then subjected the synthetic sound to a brutal MIDI workout. Also of inspiration were airport terminals, or as he named them 'no-places', and their sterile surroundings devoid of any personality or soul which informed the track titles. The album sits somewhere between mystique concrete, glitch and death metal drumming, if you can imagine such a thing.
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Berberian Sound Studio (Soundtrack) (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 233. Rel: 08 Jan 13
  1. A Breeze Through The Burford Spur
  2. The Equestrian Vortex
  3. Beautiful Hair
  4. Malleus Maleficarum
  5. Mark Of The Devil
  6. Confession Modulation
  7. Monica's Fall
  8. Teresa's Song (Sorrow)
  9. The North Downs Dimension
  10. Collatina Is Coming
  11. Such Tender Things
  12. Teresa, Lark Of Ascension
  13. Monica's Burial (Under The Junipers)
  14. Found Scalded, Found Drowned
  15. Monica (Her Parents Have Been Informed)
  16. The Fifth Claw
  17. Saducismus Triumphatus
  18. The Gallops
  19. They're Here, They're Under Us
  20. Collatina, Mark Of Damnation
  21. Treatise
  22. A Goblin
  23. The Equestrian Library
  24. The Serpent's Semen
  25. Burnt At The Stake
  26. All Chiffchaffs
  27. The Curfew After The Massacre
  28. Poultry In Mind
  29. The Sacred Marriage
  30. Valeria's Burial (Under The Fort)
  31. Edda's Burial (Under The Clumps)
  32. The Game's Up
  33. It Must've Been The Magpies
  34. The Dormitory Window
  35. Anima Di Cristo
  36. His World Is My Shed
  37. Collatina's Folly
  38. Here Comes The Sabbath, There Goes The Cross
  39. Our Darkest Sabbath
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Jemi (LP)
Cat: SPCTR 009. Rel: 13 Mar 18
  1. Kep (2:11)
  2. Gekker (3:59)
  3. Hain (4:04)
  4. Jemi (4:22)
  5. Fent (2:23)
  6. Goscha (with Vuptes) (4:57)
  7. Rizz (4:28)
  8. Eko (4:47)
Review: The latest full-length exploration of "cracked electronics and irregular noise" on Milan's Haunter Records comes from Broshuda, a publicity-shy "ambient punk" and "aquatic romanticism" specialist who has been very active in the underground tape scene. Jemi is a quietly impressive affair, with Broshuda sashaying between crackly and foreboding loop jams, sound effects-peppered deep space ambient, fizzing experimental electronica, bubbly soundscapes and the kind of left-of-centre material that defies easy categorization. At times, it's curiously unsettling, while at others it's almost overwhelmingly blissful. It's this balance between dark and light moods, accompanied by inventive production, which makes the album such a rewarding listen.
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World In A Tear (limited white vinyl LP)
Cat: CITI 012. Rel: 20 Feb 14
  1. Civilisation
  2. The Perfect One
  3. Coins Fall From My Pocket
  4. World In A Tear
  5. Taire
  6. Oh My Tree
  7. Oro In El Crisol
  8. La Barque
  9. AM
  10. Our Grief
Review: The Bruta Non Calculant duo have only released one previous EP but they're certainly turning some heads fast. As you probably well know, the Cititrax label doesn't deal with weakness and after their last release by An I, we were expecting something real tasty. "Civilisation" sets a macabre tone to the opening of the album, with wailing pads and sparse beats creating a sort of sonic, urbanised landscape, whereas other tracks like "The Perfect One" and "World In A Tear" sound something like Joy Division on a techno come-down. There's plenty of feedback manipulation and circuit-bending going on for the entire span of the work, placing Bruta Non Calculant on our new watch-list of utter madmen and all-round legends. Sick.
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Concrete Desert (gatefold heavyweight coloured vinyl 2xLP + 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 239. Rel: 15 Jun 17
  1. Gasoline (4:57)
  2. Agoraphobia (5:07)
  3. Snakes Vs Rats (5:01)
  4. City Of Fallen Angels (6:02)
  5. American Dream (10:04)
  6. Broke (5:01)
  7. Don't Walk These Streets (6:22)
  8. Other Side Of The World (5:44)
  9. Hell A (4:14)
  10. Concrete Desert (14:30)
  11. Dog (feat JK Flesh) (6:49)
  12. Pray (feat JK Flesh) (6:46)
  13. Another Planet (14:56)
Review: If there's one collaboration that we have bowed down to over the last few years, it's most certainly this new found friendship between London's Kevin Martin aka The Bug, and American doom metal guitarists, Earth. One wouldn't immediately make the connection between inner-city future-grime music and suburban stoner rock, but the two styles were in perfect unison, and this is because they're both fascinated with dark, looming clouds of bass. Whether that's through virtual synths or badass bass guitars, it doesn't matter, because the mood is mightily present. Concrete Desert is the alliance's debut LP, and it's all guns blazing from start to finish; tunes like "Snakes vs Rats" or "Metal Drone" represent exactly the sort of freshen-up that each respective act needed - on the one hand, The Bug could have done with some more external influences to the melodic constructions, while Earth needed a new framework to enter the minds of a new, European audience. We've dubbed this style 'metal drone', and we're pretty sure that it's gonna stick after you've played it out for a few minutes. A blinding collab, right here.
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SILO 003 (LP + insert)
Cat: SILO 003. Rel: 30 Oct 17
  1. Bugaled/Blove - "Deux Tiers D'aucun" (5:48)
  2. MMY - "Holorime" (7:45)
  3. Lea Caussat - "Percuflutiere" (7:21)
  4. Kapak - "Les Ciels De Plomb" (4:37)
  5. Mtua - "L'oreille Au Creux Du Bras" (12:34)
  6. Anna Holveck - "Dum Dum Dum" (2:18)
Review: The heavens have answered our prayers - it's the third helping of Silo Editions up on our shelves, and that means we actually get to review some good ambient this week! The enigmatic label have flown below-radar since their inception, and that is exactly what's helped them to gain more and more respect from a sub-scene so obsessed with surface appearances. That is, they've now conquered the minds of critics who actually base their judgments on music rather than frivolities. Much like the previous outing, SILO003 introduces us to a whole range of new talents, from MMY to Lea Caussat and Kapak; the one thing all these artists have in common is their utter neglect for anything grounded in sanity or predictability. Not once do we get the impression of sterility... each and every moment on here is grounded in improvisation and hedonism. Just like it should be.
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Electronic (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: SILLP 1539. Rel: 23 Aug 17
  1. Lure Of The Space Goddess (0:31)
  2. Battle Theme (1:03)
  3. Homeric Theme (1:21)
  4. Greek Concrete (0:22)
  5. Attack Of The Alien Minds (2:20)
  6. Gothic Submarine (1:56)
  7. Whirring Menace (2:20)
  8. Souls In Space (1:42)
  9. Time Capsule (1:55)
  10. London Lemons (9 Themes) (1:05)
  11. Restless Relays (1:06)
  12. Planetarium (1:34)
  13. Wet Asteroid (1:34)
  14. Way Out (1:52)
  15. Fresh Aire (0:10)
  16. Delia's Theme (1:20)
  17. Tentative Delia (0:22)
  18. Delia's Idea (0:23)
  19. Delia's Psychadelian Waltz (0:37)
  20. Delia's Resolve (0:07)
  21. Delia's Dream (0:41)
  22. Delia's Reverie (0:25)
  23. Delia's Fulfilment (0:23)
  24. Build Up To... (1:28)
  25. Snide Rhythms (0:56)
Review: An LP which features music by originally recorded in 1969 by BBC Radiophonic Workshop members such as the late Delia Derbyshire, Brian Hodgson and the American born composer David Vorhaus: who later formed as the experimental electronic band White Noise. It was released by the Standard Music Library label, set up in 1968 by Bucks Music and London Weekend Television who also supplied production music for use in TV, commercials, radio and film. Many of these tracks were also used in the 1960's cult TV show 'The Tomorrow People' and each one has a short description of the music after the track title. Derbyshire and Hodgson assumed pseudonyms in the credits: Li de la Russe & Nikki St. George respectively. Two of the tracks are co-written by the pair, who also worked together on Unit Delta Plus: an organisation and studio project which was extensively involved in the promotion and exploration of electronic music at the time. Legendary stuff!
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Cat: BIO 32LP. Rel: 10 Jan 19
  1. Cimmerian Shaft (13:03)
  2. Snapshot Survey (8:24)
  3. White Lightning (10:07)
  4. Countdown To Darkness (6:27)
  5. Corona (9:54)
  6. Meltwater (8:51)
  7. Fjellheisen (14:23)
Review: "Polar Sequences" has always been one of Biosphere's most icy and evocative albums. It first appeared in stores in 1996, though its roots lie in a collaborative performance that took place atop a mountaintop in Tromso - Biosphere's home city - a year earlier. Alongside Bobby Bird of British ambient techno outfit Higher Intelligence Agency, the Norwegian crafted a unique live show that blended chilly, windswept ambient textures and gently unfurling electronic melodies with re-processed field recordings of Tromso and its surroundings. As an album, "Polar Sequences" subtly refined and reworked this performance with breathtaking and spellbinding results. This reissue contains all six tracks from the original release, as well as a worthy bonus: the original 14-minute field recording that provided the basis for the original live show.
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