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Cat: WAP 384. Rel: 18 Aug 15
  1. Serge Fenix Rendered 2 (3:17)
  2. DMX Acid Test (1:18)
  3. Oberheim Blacet1b (3:24)
  4. Bonus EMT Beats (4:46)
  5. Simple Slamming B2 (3:51)
  6. Midi Pipe1c Sds3time Cube/Klonedrm (2:29)
  7. Neotekt72 (6:03)
  8. R8m Neotek Beat (1:40)
Review: Thankfully, Richard D. James has decided to finally release at least some of the output that he's been banging on about since mid-2000s. In a number of interviews, the might Aphex Twin hinted that he has vast artilleries of tracks stacked up and unreleased, probably more on purpose than out of laziness...or maybe not. What we do know is that AFX is reborn after the string of acid 12"s released about 10 years ago on Rephlex, that saw the alias become one of the most popular of James' alter egos. Orphaned Deejay Selek is a collection of tunes that contain all of the Twin's magic and unpredictably, but that also cut straight to the point and head to the middle of the dance floor. This is banging brain dynamite coated in the man's iconic style and flair. Welcome back AFX, and many hats off to Warp for making it happen.
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The Invitation Of The Dead (gatefold black & white vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: MW 060. Rel: 17 Sep 15
  1. Rebirth (12:37)
  2. Mars (5:55)
  3. Fire (4:07)
  4. Dark (4:51)
  5. Dizziness (4:26)
  6. The Invitation Of The Dead (6:03)
  7. Chair (4:52)
  8. Sleeping Sickness (5:05)
  9. Diamond (9:53)
  10. A Dream Of No Pillow (8:27)
  11. The Hill Of Dreams (2:05)
Review: The judicious Minimal Wave clan deliver another brilliant compilation of rare and wonderful music from the 1980's, this time an anthology of the best work from Japanese artiste Tomo Akikawabaya. Sourcing these songs in their original format has become harder and harder over the years, so they've really done us a favour with this effort. The double LP is made up of loneseom drones, lo-fi drum machine grooves and gorgeous synth work, all coated in Akikawabaya's wonderful vocal stance. The Japanese artiste has a unique style that borders on the melancholic, yet her music is always charged by a driving, proto techno feel. This is one to check if you weren't in the know.
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  1. Amato - "Physique" (5:13)
  2. Tzusing - "King Of System" (5:06)
  3. An-I - "Mutter" (6:00)
  4. Broken English Club - "Glass" (5:28)
Review: There's a delightfully celebratory feel about this debut volume of Cititrax Tracks, a new 12" series from Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax. As beautifully presented as we've come to expect, Tracks Volume 1 boasts a quartet of dancefloor-ready smashers from a blend of new faces and label stalwarts. Amato (aka The Hacker) kicks things off with the glistening EBM funk of "Physique" - all restless synth refrains and pounding bottom end - before LIES affiliate Tsuzing go all dark, psychedelic and twisted on the thrillingly intense, acid-flecked "King of System". An-I go all DAF (with a touch of Front 242) on the fuzzy and dystopian stomper "Mutter", before Cititrax regulars Broken English Club delivers a storming chunk of industrial-tinged analogue funk ("Glass"). Bravo!
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L Event (12")
Cat: WAP 345. Rel: 25 Oct 13
  1. Tac Lacora
  2. M39 Diffain
  3. Osla For N
  4. Newbound
Review: Autechre have a long history of releasing impressive standalone EPs, from the early brilliance of 1994's Anti, to the unusual rhythms of 1997's Cichlisuite and sci-fi electronics of 2010's Move of Ten. L Event, a four-track EP with artwork from long-time collaborators The Designers Republic, continues this trend. Despite the sci-fi electronics, there's something almost tear-jerking about the melancholic melodies of "Newbound", while "Tac Lacora" sounds like an invitation to dance (though, inevitably, only jazz dancers on speed need try it). The spooky "M39 Diffain" and discordant "Osla For N" are impressive, too.
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Synthesize (limited hand-numbered heavyweight green vinyl LP)
Cat: MW 027. Rel: 21 Jan 14
  1. I Say You Hello
  2. The Third Autumn
  3. Night In June
  4. Viginaigre
  5. Synthesize
  6. Laughter Of A Madman
  7. Not Afraid To Die
  8. Aparell I Ma
  9. Behind You
Review: A much needed repress for one of Minimal Wave's best and most impressive looking archival releases here. Originally issued four years ago, Synthesize pulled together some nine tracks from the archives of Autumn, aka Belgian duo Peter Bonne and Geert Coppens whose musical experiments together began in the 1970s and took full flight the next decade. This collection's inspiration comes from the 1981 &" of the same name that Autumn laid to tape in under seven hours, with both tracks featured and complemented by a further array of primitive electronics and supple synth experiments. It's worth it alone for the nervous energy of "Night In June" and "Laughter Of A Madman".
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Cat: ERS 008. Rel: 14 Oct 13
  1. Highway
  2. Circle Dance
  3. Tortuga
  4. Route 242
  5. Meditation
  6. Tiptoe In The Sand
Review: With releases on a who's who list of labels that are pushing experimental, underground house and techno including L.I.E.S, Creme Organisation, Echovolt and Strange Life, William Burnett has been steadily putting out releases that have gained a lot of respect without having to shout too loud about it. So much so that as well as running his own stella WT Records label, William is now often cited as a producer's producer. Deep and full of dub aesthetics that encompasses a world of it's own, his music is not just driven by a need to keep the floor moving, but are also about taking your headspace somewhere else. Progressing things a stage further is the Black Deer project. Recently launched, but in gestation for some time, it's introspective slant, plus loose referencing to his upbringing in Texas, allows William more freedom for experimentation. The Last Tortuga is taken from the same sessions that yielded the Willie Burns The Overlord EP on Trilogy Tapes as well as Black Deer's Trail Of Tears EP on Rush Hour, this 6 track EP has been due on the label for sometime, but it's been worth the wait as his sound has developed and expanded to take in ambient, drone and krautrock and highlights his musicianship in a new light.
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Irene & Mavis (limited hand-numbered heavyweight vinyl 10")
Cat: MW 050. Rel: 25 Nov 13
  1. Disco-A-Bomb-Bomb
  2. Holiday Camp
  3. Overspreading Art Genius
  4. Concentration Baby
  5. Just Another Spectre
  6. Modichy In Aneration
Review: A special release from Minimal Wave here as the uber rare Irene & Mavis EP from UK synth poppers Blancmange is granted a reissue! Those with a pub quiz winning level of knowledge of UK synth pop will no doubt be familiar with the 80s hits of Blancmange duo Neil Arthur & Stephen Luscombe, yet this debut EP dating back to 1980 will still sound revelatory. The self released Irene & Mavis EP marked Arthur and Luscombe to be fully willing to experiment with DIY electronics, impressing Mute founder Daniel Miller sufficiently to proclaim them "maiden aunts of electronic music," and thus more than suited as a subject of focus from the Minimal Wave label. There are definite similarities between this nascent stage of Blancmange and the output of Cabaret Voltaire from the same era, particularly in the masked and disembodied nature of the vocals, whilst "Holiday Camp" and "Just Another Spectre" are wonderful examples of instrumental synth music. Despite originally being released in 7" format, the six newly remastered tracks are presented here in 10" format by Minimal Wave with the distinctive artwork retained!
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Suburban Hunting (limited heavyweight coloured splattered vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: CITI 018. Rel: 23 Nov 15
  1. Nursing Home (2:18)
  2. Vacant (5:50)
  3. Derelict (5:31)
  4. Godless (6:10)
  5. Scum (4:02)
  6. Tourist Zone (4:16)
  7. Crime (6:19)
  8. Suburban Hunting (6:14)
  9. Knives (6:07)
  10. Prayer Space (5:13)
  11. Shallow Pits (2:04)
Review: It's been a delight to see Oliver Ho's Broken English Club project develop artistically over recent times, with some fine records for Jealous God and Veronica Vasicka's Cititrax label along the way. Suburban Hunting sees Ho deliver his debut Broken English Club album, featuring some 11 tracks of primitive electronics and cinematic pseudo techno cuts. Tunes like "Vacant", "Derelict", or "Scum" all share a loose techno framework, but the real aesthetic is much vaster than that, verging on remnants of post-punk, industrial and all that goodness and hybrid class that came out of the late 1980's. It's another fine addition to the sublime Cititrax discography, and we recommended it just as much as the previous numbers.
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HSTA (limited hand-numbered heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: MW 019. Rel: 28 Jan 10
  1. Reassurance Ritual
  2. HSTA
  3. Inter Caetera
  4. Take Me Away
  5. A Dark Place
  6. Triffid Farm
  7. Kindheitsmuster
  8. Makimono
Review: Minimal Wave have done the right thing here and repressed HSTA by Das Ding, undoubtedly one of the most popular heavyweight reissues of their reign thus far. Das Ding is of course Dutchman Danny Bosten, active in the mid 1980s from his Southern Holland base releasing his pioneering brand of electro as well as his friends' music via his own Tear Apart Tapes cassette label. HSTA refers to the Highly Sophisticated Technological Achievement tape Bosten released on the STUM label from which Minimal Wave also took several tracks including the title jam, which you're likely to hear Funkineven dropping these days. It's worth investing in this for "Take Me Away" alone, which sounds likes its been beamed down from the future despite its three decade vintage (Weatherall's a big fan of this one) and the remaining six tracks are just as thrilling.
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Spy Thriller (limited hand-numbered heavyweight clear vinyl LP in die cut sleeve)
Cat: MW 010. Rel: 11 Mar 13
  1. Carousel
  2. The Cabinet
  3. Passionkiller
  4. Something's On Your Mind
  5. Next In Line
  6. The Evil Of His Kiss
  7. Spy Thriller
  8. Fudge It
Review: With Minimal Wave at their current celebrated level, it's nice of them to occasionally dig into their archives and reissue some of their earliest releases for those Johnny Come Lately's who might have missed out first time around. Having done the right thing with an all too timely reissue of Das Ding's HSTA late last year, Veronica Vasicka's label now turn their attentions to Blackpool and revisit Spy Thriller by Das Kabinette. Originally released back in 2008, this eight track collection brings together material the trio of Michael Hall, David Bracher and Craig Hemmings recorded in the early 80s including the cult hits "The Cabinet" and "Fudge It" which appeared on a 1983 7". Fans of Silent Servant mixtapes will probably be familiar with these tracks whilst the remaining six tracks are typically unreleased studio productions that paint a fascinating picture of primitive synth music that's subtley touched by the death throes of New Romanticism.
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Cat: ZENCD 250. Rel: 05 Oct 18
  1. Your Biggest Fan
  2. Work It
  3. The Psychologist
  4. Lara
  5. Day Dreaming
  6. The Tunnel
  7. Workaholic Paranoid Bitch
  8. So Right
  9. Burn Me
  10. La Chambre Interieure
Review: Earlier in the year, modern minimal wave and coldwave hero Marie Davidson signed a high-profile deal with Ninja Tune. Here, she makes good on that contract, following a couple of killer singles with what could be her strongest album to date. After setting the tone with clandestine, tongue-in-cheek opener "Your Biggest Fan" - a creepy spoken word cut taking aim at stalker-line fans to the accompaniment of heavy analogue synth bass and creepy computer bleeps - Davidson giddily flits between elastic dancefloor workouts (the brilliantly sleazy "Work It" and mind-altering "Workaholic Paranoid Bitch"), attractive post-EBM instrumentals (the psychedelic and fizzing "Lara"), meditative ambient melodiousness ("Day Dreaming"), bizarre experimental weirdness (the suitable dystopian "The Tunnel"), and stylish analogue pop (the whispered vocals and off-kilter early morning funk of "So Right").
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Working Class Woman (LP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 250. Rel: 05 Oct 18
  1. Your Biggest Fan (4:24)
  2. Work It (4:25)
  3. The Psychologist (4:41)
  4. Lara (3:08)
  5. Day Dreaming (4:13)
  6. The Tunnel (3:35)
  7. Workaholic Paranoid Bitch (4:51)
  8. So Right (5:07)
  9. Burn Me (5:16)
  10. La Chambre Interieure (3:02)
Review: Earlier in the year, modern minimal wave and coldwave hero Marie Davidson signed a high-profile deal with Ninja Tune. Here, she makes good on that contract, following a couple of killer singles with what could be her strongest album to date. After setting the tone with clandestine, tongue-in-cheek opener "Your Biggest Fan" - a creepy spoken word cut taking aim at stalker-line fans to the accompaniment of heavy analogue synth bass and creepy computer bleeps - Davidson giddily flits between elastic dancefloor workouts (the brilliantly sleazy "Work It" and mind-altering "Workaholic Paranoid Bitch"), attractive post-EBM instrumentals (the psychedelic and fizzing "Lara"), meditative ambient melodiousness ("Day Dreaming"), bizarre experimental weirdness (the suitable dystopian "The Tunnel"), and stylish analogue pop (the whispered vocals and off-kilter early morning funk of "So Right").
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  1. Nu E Injoseala (N-am Carti De Credit) (3:43)
  2. I Love You Viata Mea (Lema) (4:40)
Review: By now Future Nuggets have surely been established as one of Romania's leading exponents of leftfield electronic oddities, and they don't disappoint on the surprising delights of this new 7" from Renato Din Sala and Ion Din Dorobanai. There's an Eastern lilt to the vocals and melodies on both tracks, but they're framed by some wonderfully quirky synth parts and budget drum machines. "Nu E Injoseala (N-am Carti De Credit)" in particular capitalises on cranky monosynth squelch and organ wails, while "I Love You Viata Mea (Lema)" takes a more energetic approach and works some Rhodes-like sounds into the mix.
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Mat At Duvorna (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 010. Rel: 17 Sep 13
  1. Om Igen
  2. Alan Turing
  3. Albatross
  4. A Million Years
  5. Broschyr
Review: Minimal Wave's Cititrax imprint has had one of its most prolific years to date in 2013, with the release of excellent albums from Streetwalker and The KVB, and a KVB remix EP featuring the likes of Regis, Silent Servant and Shifted. The Veronica Vasicka-helmed label looks to expand on that success with a number of forthcoming releases planned over the next few months commencing with the debut EP of Facit, whose Mat At Duvorna EP is described by the label as "quintessential melancholic Swedish wave at its finest." Comprised of Joakim Karlsson and Mai Nestor on vocals, the Gothenburg native Karlsson has previous form as Jocke & Elliot, under which name he released an electro-inspired 12-inch on Swedish label Kust Musik in 2010. this new project seems to be more downtempo in nature, with a sound that most resembles a modern day version of French synthwave duo Deux, making them perfect for the stable of labels run by Vasicka.
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The Shakes (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: AC 84LP. Rel: 01 Jun 15
  1. Battle (7:03)
  2. Middle (4:32)
  3. Strong (3:59)
  4. Smart (4:14)
  5. Stop (6:29)
  6. Ones (1:16)
  7. Bed (6:05)
  8. Even (6:46)
  9. Safety (4:29)
  10. Silence (7:38)
  11. Warm (2:15)
  12. Peak (10:29)
Review: Veteran house oddball Matthew Herbert has been dormant on the dancefloor front since 2006's Scale LP, but recent times have seen him pick the mantle back up with a series of killer 12"s. The approach continues here with The Shakes, a twelve-track demonstration of just how finely tuned this man's production skills really are. The opener "Battle", much like "Stop", are prime examples of the album's versatility and conceptuality. By that, we mean that this LP makes sense as a whole unit and it's certainly not merely a collection of tunes. In fact, each song sounds like it's talking to the next, joining its soundscapes to reach the inevitable "Peak"...an aptly named final piece to this wonderful amalgamation of samples, vocals, electronics and experimentation. Lush.
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Immunity (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 298. Rel: 31 May 13
  1. We Disappear
  2. Open Eye Signal
  3. Breathe This Air
  4. Collider
  5. Abandon Window
  6. Form By Firelight
  7. Sun Harmonics
  8. Immunity
Review: We never quite know what to expect from leftfield explorer Jon Hopkins, but we know it will be worth a listen. Immunity, his fourth solo album (he's recorded two others, one with Brian Eno and another with King Creosote), doesn't disappoint. Rooted in shuffling, forthright and occasionally off-kilter rhythms, it melds hazy, late night atmospherics and subtle melodies with intense, droning chords, woozy electronics and all manner of inventive noises. It's a blend that repeatedly pays dividends, from the mournful pianos and jumpy rhythms of "Breathe This Air', to the crystalline, soundscape ambience of "Abandon Window", and glitchy wonkiness of "Form By Firelight".
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Cat: SHV 003RE. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Soda Caustic (5:14)
  2. Synesthesia (3:01)
  3. Daddy Acid (3:08)
  4. The Roots Of Techno (5:01)
  5. Antitune (feat Walmon) (4:16)
Review: Bulgarian house wizard KINK is back and, of course, he's all about delivering the shadiest forms of dance floor music humanely possible. The man is a master at twisting and pushing house music to its very limits, something which is obvious from the start of "Soda Caustic", a nutty 4/4 banger boasting a curious new strain of acid at its core. "Synesthesia" barely even forms a groove out of its solitary bleeps and bass buds, whereas "Daddy Acid" takes a little poke at AFX's improbable mishmash of Goa trance and gabber junglism - we love this one. The B-side boasts "The Roots Of Techno", a kinetic array of machine noise and robotic beats, while "Antitune" makes some of Photek's early work seem antiquated by comparison. This EP has it all. Warmly recommended.
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Intérprete: Jerome Hill, VRRS
 in stock $10.40
Castlevania (Soundtrack) (gatefold 10" LP with obi strip)
Cat: MOND 71. Rel: 12 Sep 16
  1. Underground (0:31)
  2. Prologue (0:09)
  3. Vampire Killer (1:15)
  4. Stalker (1:16)
  5. Wicked Child (2:06)
  6. Walking On The Edge (1:43)
  7. Heart Of Fire (2:13)
  8. Out Of Time (1:22)
  9. Nothing To Lose (1:34)
  10. Poison Mind (0:33)
  11. Black Night (0:57)
  12. Voyager (0:59)
Review: It's the 30th Anniversary of the Castlevania franchise and Austin, Texas based cinema retroverts Mondo are proud to celebrate with a premiere vinyl release of the original soundtrack to the 1986 Nintendo Entertainment System classic that started it all. Featuring all 12 BMG tracks from the video game by Konami Kukeiha Club (a collective name for the Konami sound production staff) and original artwork by Becky Cloonan. The first of a five-album campaign dedicated to the video game franchise, so get in on it!
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Cat: EA S017/HWR 01. Rel: 03 May 18
  1. Detroit Bells (1:33)
  2. Outside (3:48)
  3. Latin Neighbors (4:03)
  4. Advanced Dance (3:31)
  5. For Miles (4:51)
  6. Office Activity (3:48)
  7. Metallic (4:23)
  8. Motorik (alternate mix) (4:00)
  9. Advanced Dance II (3:04)
  10. Advanced Dance III (1:44)
  11. Factory March (3:09)
Review: It would be fair to say that this release is fairly significant. It showcases material recorded - but never released - by former Tangerine Dream and Iggy Pop drummer Klaus Kruger throughout the 1980s. Variously inspired by kosmiche, Berlin School ambient, the cyclical movements of avant-garde American minimalism, the polyrhythms of Africa and contemporaneous electronic music movements - think EBM and European new age electronica, for starters - Advanced Dance contains some startling and hugely enjoyable material. The album's genius lies primarily in Kruger's ability to not only balance acoustic and electronic instrumentation, but also experimental instincts and melodious intent. Remarkably, some of the material even sounds like modern modular techno. In other words, it's one album of previously unreleased material that you really need in your life.
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Tingle (12" + postcard)
Cat: PAX 2021. Rel: 30 Jun 15
  1. Tingle (8:26)
  2. E7000 (12:20)
Review: Time 'Love' Lee has been spinning tunes and kicking ass since the late 1980's, and his first productions date back from the early 1990's. That's when he started Peace Feast, among other imprints like Tummy Touch and Boy Scout Recordings, and that's also when he started pushing his own particular brand of loose outsider house. Although the first Peace Feast is from 1994, the label's releasing schedule has been rather sparse and this latest bombshell is only number twenty-four in the series! "Tingle" is a beautifully symphonic piece of music, barely held together by a playful percussion and well-mannered swells of bass. The flip, "E7000" is similarly musical and rich in instrumentation, a true expedition into the ether. Cop!
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Creative Listening (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: IMT 005. Rel: 29 Feb 16
  1. Cloth Ears
  2. Ugla
  3. Cocooned
  4. Daddy
  5. Daft Bat
  6. Mr. Smith
  7. Buddha Drop
  8. Birth Of A Flower
Review: Kicking cheerfully against the compression and conformity of the modern digital age, antique futurist analogue wizards metamono return with their finest, fittest album to date. Comprising Jono Podmore, aka Kumo and sometime collaborator with Can members Irmin Schmidt and Jaki Liebezeit, Paul Conboy and fine artist Mark Hill, the Crystal Palace based trio enchanted audiences during 2014 with their live soundtracks to Secrets Of Nature, early 20th century short films using new photography techniques to reveal the processes of the natural world including the lives of cuckoos and barn owls. Many of the pieces they wrote feature on the new album. It was an ideal fit for the metamono sound - organic, playful, basking in the joys of new mechanical possibilities.

Recalling the early electronic adventures of Raymond Scott, Brian Eno, Cabaret Voltaire, Cluster and acid house but always bearing their unmistakable bespoke signature, metamono are as unmissable live as they are on vinyl. Do not miss this!
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Cat: ZIQ 369. Rel: 01 Sep 16
  1. Mr Frosty (6:49)
  2. Reg (5:55)
  3. Jelly Fish (6:01)
  4. Eggy Toast (4:31)
  5. Vodka (4:11)
  6. Winner Takes All (5:43)
  7. Giant Deflating Football (6:21)
  8. Upright Kangaroo (3:34)
  9. The Sound Of The Beady Eyes (7:45)
  10. Bu Bu Bu Ba (6:52)
  11. Vodka (mix 2) (4:23)
  12. Portamento Gosh (2:02)
  13. Waltz (5:21)
  14. Brivert & Muonds (6:18)
  15. Clissold Bathroom (0:57)
  16. Jelly Fish (mix 2) (5:22)
  17. Organ Plodder (4:14)
Review: Back in 1996, Richard D. James and Planet Mu boss Mike Paradinas collaborated on a bizarre self-titled album under the name Mike & Rich. A cult addition to their respective highly-regarded canons that saw the pair applying their braindance template to easy listening and funk, the album soon came to be known as Expert Knob Twiddlers thanks to the excellent cover art. Newly reissued on Planet Mu, the album has been "carefully cleaned up, re-edited and remastered from the original DAT tape [and] put into a more fitting order." Some twenty years on the album remains a playful listen made all the more compelling by the addition of seven previously unheard tracks. A must for any fans of Aphex Twin and u-ZIQ.
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OFFICE 12 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: OFFICE 12. Rel: 09 Oct 17
  1. Track 1 (6:14)
  2. Track 2 (8:28)
  3. Track 3 (4:19)
  4. Track 4 (6:02)
Review: No one knows who One Day is. No one knows what the title of this EP is called. No one knows what the tracks are called. But we know that this is Office... And everything Baaz's Berlin-based label puts out has a great deal of detail invested in it and always requires attention. This is no exception as the mysterious vibe maestro takes us from warm, jazz-tinged chugging deep house to cascading aquatic ambience that bubbles and pops dreamily via fuzzy, springy downtempo. Who knows who's behind this masterpiece? Maybe One Day we'll find out...
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Cat: MW 058. Rel: 14 May 15
  1. The Devil's Dancers (3:02)
  2. Radiance (4:42)
  3. Martyr (5:00)
  4. Cold War (5:33)
  5. Don't Be Seen With Me (3:11)
  6. Modern Wonder (5:01)
  7. Subterranean Desire (4:13)
  8. Scorpians (2:40)
  9. New Mexico (7:33)
  10. Behind The Shades (5:57)
  11. Men In White Coats (4:57)
  12. You Won't Forget Me (3:25)
Review: For fans of minimal wave and DIY electronic pop, Oppenheimer Analysis's self-released 1982 debut cassette, New Mexico - little more than an extended demo cassette - has become something of a collector's item. While it has been reissued digitally since, it never received a vinyl release. In tribute to Martin Lloyd (the other half of the duo, alongside Andy Oppenheimer), who passed away recently, Minimal Wave has decided to make New Mexico available on wax for the first time. While the sound quality is appropriately dusty (it was badly recorded in the first place, of course), the music remains magical - bubbling, evocative, left-of-centre leftfield pop created with home-made synthesizers, modular hardware and little else. It's no wonder many consider it a classic album (even if was never officially released first time round).
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  46. Brulure #19
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  49. Brulure #22
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Review: Swiss label WRWTFWW has scored something of a coup here, securing the rights to release two near mythical film soundtracks by legendary experimentalist composer and music concrete artist Bernard Parmegiani. The soundtracks themselves - together on one CD after recently appearing on separate vinyl albums in very limited quantities - were originally composed for a pair of experimental films (1972's "Les Soleils de L'Ike de Paque" and 1965's "La Brulure de Mille Soleils") whose hallucinatory approach to cinematography offered Parmegiani a chance to let his imagination run wild. The results are predictably out-there and inspired, sitting somewhere between the Radiophonic Workshop, Stockhausen and the cutting-edge pioneering electronica of American composer Morton Subotnick.
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The Digging Remedy (2xLP + MP3 download code in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: WARPLP 277. Rel: 10 Jun 16
  1. Do Matter (3:37)
  2. Dilatone (3:39)
  3. CLOCK (4:22)
  4. The Bee (2:49)
  5. Melifer (4:04)
  6. Baby Step Giant Step (4:12)
  7. Yu Mountain (4:02)
  8. Lambswood (4:06)
  9. Saladore (3:51)
  10. Reeling Spiders (3:22)
  11. Held (3:45)
  12. Wen (2:37)
Review: Despite now being 25 years into their career, Plaid duo Ed Handley and Andy Turner show no signs of showing up. If The Digging Remedy - their 11th studio set - is anything to go by, their instincts remain as sharp as ever. They've always been capable of creating magical music that contrasts experimental electronic rhythms with picturesque melodies and mood-enhancing sounds, and The Digging Remedy is full of the stuff. Intriguingly, many of the tracks seem deeper and more subdued than previous explorations, with clear ambient and neo-classical influences amongst the classic electro and IDM flavours you'll find on the album's more up-tempo moments.
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EP (12")
Cat: PUU 44. Rel: 22 Jun 17
  1. Cabras No Elevado Quilombola (7:12)
  2. Onna No Yujyo (1934 edit) (3:44)
  3. Haru (5:31)
  4. Excellent Drom (7:14)
Review: Some of you may remember Ricardo Vincenzo from his 2015 debut Pororoca Transatlantica, a two-track missive that blended South American production with all the warmth of sun-kissed downtempo electronica. If anything, this belated follow-up for esteemed Finnish label Sahko is even better. Vincenzo begins with the farmyard animal samples, rolling tribal percussion, African chants and rich electronic bass of "Cabras No Elevado Quilombia", before chopping and looping a dusty old tango track on the mid-tempo house pulse of "Onna No Yujo". On the flip you'll find the low-slung, post-dubstep creepiness of "Haru", where exotic vocal samples drift across a sparse but heavy beat pattern, and the aural trip to Morocco that is "Excellent Drom".
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Ecoute (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ERC 031. Rel: 08 Oct 18
  1. Marimbula (9:47)
  2. Ecoute (5:13)
  3. O Clapo (7:46)
  4. Ibu (10:14)
  5. Ne (9:14)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Having worked with the likes of Don Cherry and Laurie Anderson, there's little doubting the credentials of Ramuntcho Matta. Emotional Rescue have tapped him up for some truly outernational jams that sport African percussion, skronky jazz tones and an engaging minimalism that's hard to resist. The fretless bass and exotic animal cries of "Ecoute" are especially appealing, while the squelchy sound design in "O Clapo" may well do funny things to all who hear it. It's a startlingly original record that serves as a perfect introduction to a lesser known figure in leftfield music with a great heritage behind him.
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  1. Ricco - "Gilbert & George" (7:07)
  2. Pletnev - "Thunder" (6:21)
  3. Ju-Ju83 - "Untimely End" (7:46)
  4. Roe Deers - "Nirvana" (5:50)
  5. Markus Gibb - "Dernier Souffle" (3:39)
Review: And just like that, France's Kump label is born. The newly formed crew make for some pretty promising prospects if this debut EP is anything to go by, and they've started flying off our shelves with the same sort of zesty energy found across its five killers! Thankfully, this isn't yet another deep house joint and, one the contrary, it provides us with some seriously fresh strains of house music built for the next decade. Ricco's opener "Gilbert & George" is a punchy, mid-tempo pulser with a subtly acidic flow, and Pletnev's "Thunder" follows beautifully with the same sort of beat, but comparatively tamer harmonies. On the flip, Ju-Ju83 gets all sombre and industrial on "Untimely End", while "Nirvana" by Roe Deers offers a totally different sort of 'sad', and Markus Gibbs's "Dernier Souffle" manages to blend mid-90's acid with something that, well, we can't quite put our finger on...
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Intérprete: Mimi, In Flagranti, Pletnev
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Her Needs (hand-numbered heavyweight clear vinyl 7")
Cat: MW 042. Rel: 28 Mar 13
  1. Her Needs (1988)
  2. Her Needs (1999)
Review: Primitive Brumbeat is the order of the day from Minimal Wave on this weighty seven inch presentation of early Karl O'Connor material. Recorded under the Sandra Plays Electronics banner, Her Needs presents two versions of the same track from different periods of O'Connor's musical development and provide further enticing historical evidence of one of techno's most illuminating figureheads. Those who indulged in the brilliant White Savage Dance 12" from Downwards from late 2011 will be all over the DIY odes to O'Connor's childhood heroes such as DAF and Liaisons Dangereuses here. The 1999 version in particular which originates from the same recording sessions that ended in the seminal Diversion Group release A Man Has Responsibilities.
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  1. Silent Servant - "Speed & Violence"
  2. Silent Servant - "Cut Unconscious"
  3. Broken English Club - "Divinity"
  4. Broken English Club - "Delays"
Review: ** Repress ** If you've been keeping abreast of all things Minimal Wave this year, you'll probably have picked up on Veronica Vasicka hinting at a forthcoming split release from Silent Servant and Broken English Club, the new project from UK techno man Oliver Ho. We've certainly been eagerly awaiting it her at Juno HQ and it's great to see Violence And Divinity live up to and surpass these expectations! Silent Servant mans the A Side with two tracks that will be familiar to anyone that's been lucky enough to catch his live sets of late, indeed it's almost too easy to visualise the flashing strobes as the pummelling EBM lines of "Cut Unconscious" unravel and beat you down. The two accompanying productions from Ho's Broken English Club dovetail nicely, but veer off into more wave orientated territory, with "Divinity" sounding quite like some of the earlier material put out by In Aeternam Vale. In a word superb.
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Le Renard Bleu (1-sided etched LP)
K7
Cat: KENZ 01. Rel: 28 Aug 18
  1. Le Renard Bleu (19:54)
Review: You'll probably know Japanese percussionist Midori Takada from a recent reissue of her wonderful 1983 album, Through The Looking Glass, a piece of work that is often associated to the Balearic wave and the endlessly reinvented wheel that is ambient and drone. However, unlike many cheap imitations, Takada's music comes from the soul, or rather, from a purely spiritual point of view in terms of execution. The legendary artist is joined by Lafawndah, a young vocalist from NYC, and together they have conjured an awesome one-sider for Germany's mythical K7 imprint. "Le Renard Bleu" is a spectral voyage of gently morphing sounds, composed largely of subtle chimes and placid percussion, constantly evolving to reach a tumultuous peak of abstract sonics where Lafawndah's voice is transformed into mist. Wonderful.
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VARIOUS
Cat: MW 033. Rel: 15 Oct 11
  1. Unknown Artist - "Orgelns Fodelse"
  2. Glenn Winter - "Herrens Svar"
  3. Santiago De Gil - "Pa Min Resa"
  4. Ferdinand Rhtym - "Narcotics"
  5. Arvid Tuba - "This Hole Is Mine"
  6. Artificial Control - "Silent Face"
  7. Artificial Control - "Signal Out"
  8. The Heart Of Darkness - "Fixerad"
  9. The Heart Of Darkness - "Gadji Beri Bimba"
  10. Caique - "With Or Without You"
  11. Corteche - "Wind & Forest"
  12. Spilluffe - "Killed By Death"
  13. 18:e Oktober - "Hector Lokfrisk"
  14. Moulin Rouge - "Silence"
  15. Peter Tengvall - "Utdrag Nr 1-3"
  16. Engurdetz - "Let The Concrete Fall"
  17. Art Division - "X-Squad"
  18. Art Division - "New Art"
  19. Patchwork - "Shadows"
  20. Patchwork - "A Minute"
  21. Ausgang Verboten - "Consumer"
  22. Overlords - "Sea City"
  23. Overlords - "Secrets Of The Universe"
  24. Unknown Artist - "Varksam Begravning"
Review: Minimal Wave present their first double vinyl selection since their breakthrough Minimal Wave Tapes compilation released in conjunction with Stones Throw a few years back. This time Veronica Vasicka and company switch their focus to the cult mid 80s Swedish synth cassette compilation Orgelvark. The 23 tracks spread across the two heavy weight 160g slabs of vinyl give a newly remastered look at the multifaceted music which surfaced from the underground tape scene in Sweden, bridging the gaps between outright synth pop, industrial music and more. This vinyl edition includes five unreleased tracks, along with a rather enlightening letter from the compiler Tor Sigvardson as well as detailed band notes across the gatefold sleeve. It makes for an enlightening peak at the fledgling beginnings of Swedish synth based music, a genre which these days is stronger than ever.
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  1. Pink Elln - "Human Perc" (4:09)
  2. Karen Marks - "Cold Cafe" (3:03)
  3. Disque Omo - "Toujours L'Amour" (2:08)
  4. Vorgruppe - "Mensch Im Eis" (2:29)
  5. Iham/Echo - "Eagle" (3:12)
  6. Perfect Mother - "Dark-Disco-Da-Da-Da-Da-Run" (3:10)
  7. Arvid Tuba - "The Seasons Are Sitting On Chairs" (3:43)
  8. Subject - "Don't Be Blind" (2:56)
  9. Denial - "California Dreaming" (3:10)
  10. Unovidual - "Dit Is Pas Het Begin" (4:19)
  11. Aural Indifference - "Park" (3:31)
  12. Autumn - "You Are You Are" (1:30)
Review: Over the last two or three years, New York's Minimal Wave outpost has focussed on releasing plenty of new music that fits in line with their unashamedly 'cold-wave' approach, and this has opened them to a whole variety of listeners and DJs. However, in our opinion, where they truly shine is in providing the underground masses with compilations such as this latest The Bedroom Tapes: A Compilation Of Minimal Wave From Around The World 1980-1991, a glorious snapshot of all the very best slices of lo-fi that has largely gone unnoticed to the modern eye. Of course, the majority of these tunes are now expensive in their original formats, but we're taking about a small crew of Discogs sharks who are upping the prices. Here, you're able to properly - and peacefully - enjoy some of the very best minimal machine-drum soul from peeps like Karen Marks, Vorgruppe, Perfect Mother and Aural Indifference, among others. This truly is a feast for the modern digger. Excellent.
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  1. SS-Say - "Care"
  2. Oskarova Fobija - "Beli Dekolte"
  3. Danton's Voice - "I Hear The Bells"
  4. Sympathy Nervous - "Polaroid"
  5. Pas De Deux - "Cardiocleptomanie"
  6. Robert Lawrence & Mark Phillips - "Computer Bank"
  7. The Fast Set - "Kaleidecon"
  8. Reserve - "Destination Pour L'Inconnu"
  9. Kym Amps - "You Don't Know My Name"
  10. Unovidual & Tara Cross - "Microphone Connection"
  11. Gary Allen - "Oops It's An Accident" (extended mix)
  12. Art Fact - "Rain In The South"
Review: For those with an interest in the development of electronic music in the late '70s and early '80s, the sporadic synth-wave collections from New York-based Minimal Wave Records have always been essential listening. This latest missive, originally released on a limited vinyl pressing earlier this year, offers another treasure trove of little known and unreleased material from the period. Most pleasingly, it offers a truly global outlook, showcasing music from Japan, the US, UK and the former Yugoslavia. Predictably, there's much to enjoy, from the skewiff vocoder electro of Polaroid and low-end madness of Robert Lawrence to the synth-phonic doodlings of Reserve and new wave strut of Danton's Voice.
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Time Actor (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: DE 215. Rel: 25 Jun 18
  1. Time Actor (8:58)
  2. Time Factory (10:39)
  3. Charming The Wind (4:46)
  4. Grandma's Clockwork (4:05)
  5. Distorted Emission I (5:21)
  6. The Silent Sound Of The Ground (14:56)
  7. Time Echoes (8:14)
  8. Time Actor (Maurizio Delvecchio remix) (12:34)
Review: There are plenty out there - the team behind Dark Entries Records included - who will happily tell you that that Time Actor is one of the finest and most overlooked albums of the 1970s. It was the debut full-length of Richard Wahnfried, an alter ego of pioneering German ambient don and electronic experimentalist Klaus Schulze preserved for collaborative projects. In the case of Time Actor, that collaborator was Arthur Brown (he of "The Crazy World Of..." fame), whose half spoken, half-sung vocals provide a focal point throughout. Musically, the album is deliciously trippy and other-worldly, with Schulze delivering a swathe of fine electronic grooves and bubbly Berlin School soundscapes. This edition also boasts a brilliant bonus track: a 12-minute, 1983 "Afro-cosmic" revision of the title track by Italian Maurizio Delvecchio.
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V 2.0-2.9 (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: AI 08. Rel: 20 Sep 17
  1. V 2.0-2.1 (18:00)
  2. V 2.2-2.3 (18:01)
  3. V 2.4-2.7 (17:58)
  4. V 2.8-2.9 (17:58)
Review: Way back in 1996, Rod Modell (he of Deepchord and Echospace fame) joined forces with Chris Troy as Waveform Transmission. They released one, CD-only album, V1.0-1.9, before going their separate ways. 21 years on, they've reunited for this superb follow-up on Astral Industries. While there are naturally plenty of nods towards Modell's usual densely layered, ultra-textured sound - think manipulated field recordings and lashings of outboard analogue effects - for the most part the set is far dreamier and more melodically precise than his ambient works; a testament, perhaps, to Troy's influence. Either way, the resultant tracks are, for the most part, breathtakingly good, sitting somewhere between gently drifting aural meditations and Pete Namlook style deep space soundscapes.
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  1. Swingtime
  2. Pokhara
  3. CH Revisited
  4. A Wave
  5. The Cleaner
  6. Wah Bass
  7. The Attic
  8. Razorblades
  9. White & Whiter Still
  10. Wapping
  11. Life In The Shadows
  12. The English Style Of Rowing
  13. Whichever Way You Are Going, You Are Going Wrong
Review: The tireless Emotional Rescue dig once more into the well of cultish music from days gone by with a fully remastered reissue of Whichever Way You Are Going You Are Going Wrong, the debut album from brotherly duo Woo. Originally released back in 1982, this thirteen track set finds Mark and Clive Ives delivering a hugely ahead of their time exposition of hard to categorise electro acoustic folk. This hugely prolific pair was once described as "sounding like the music the Durutti Column would have made with Penguin Cafe Orchestra if produced by Brian Eno" and whoever came up with that obviously had Whichever Way You Are Going You Are Going Wrong in mind.
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Japanese Girl (LP + 4 page insert + MP3 download code with obi-strip)
Cat: WWSLP 17. Rel: 27 Mar 19
  1. Sayonara (6:36)
  2. Kuna (3:39)
  3. Telephone Line (2:53)
  4. Tsugary Tour (2:10)
  5. Funamachi-Uta (part 2) (5:46)
  6. Oinaru Shiino-ki (3:17)
  7. Hekoriputaa (3:51)
  8. Fuuta (1:53)
  9. Oka Wo Koete (3:11)
  10. Funamachi-Uta (part 1) (4:05)
Review: Although not that well known in Europe, Akiko Yano's "Japanese Girl" set caused a stir in the Japanese music scene upon its release in 1976, not least because her vocal style was closer to the intonations of breathy American pop than the more "girlish" approach prevalent in J-pop at the time. Here reissued by We Want Sounds, the album remains something of an unusual but brilliant J-pop classic. Its 10 tracks variously draw influence from country music, reggae, blue-eyed soul, jazz-fusion, West Coast rock, folk and traditional Japanese music, without particularly sounding like any of them.
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