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New releases last four weeks: Minimal House/Tech House

Minimal House/Tech House vinyl released in the last four weeks
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Hypnotic Grayscale EP
Cat: YECAD 004. Rel: 16 May 24
Hypnotic Grayscale (10:06)
Everything That Is Seen Comes From The Unseen (8:31)
He Restored My Soul (4:25)
Review: Barac is one of the torchbearers for the contemporary minimal scene and a figurehead of the Romanian scene. He shows why he is healed in such high regard with this new three-track EP which kicks off with 'Hypnotic Grayscale,' a nice sleek and elegant minimal roller carefully detailed with aloof vocal sounds. 'Everything That Is Seen' is bright and subtly uplifting with wispy melodies adding a celestial touch and 'He Restored My Soul' then brings a little more otherworldly charm with its woozy pads and smeared vocals over floating and liquid rhythms.
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Tags: Minimal
 in stock $15.88
Nominal Attraction
Nominal Attraction (white vinyl 12")
Cat: YOYAKU 010. Rel: 16 May 24
Coinstar (7:33)
Xberg (feat Brick) (8:05)
Nominal Attraction (4:59)
Chord Shift Space (6:35)
Review: Yoyaku hits double figures in style with this fresh slice of minimalism and tech from Bartaub. It's a classy reduction of synthesis sounds and sleek beats into mood soundworlds, with opener 'Coinstar' being full of suspense and tension. 'Xberg' (feat Brick) brings a little glitchy touch to the slapping hits and some ghostly machine sounds permeate the background. 'Nominal Attraction' is a moment to lift your head and gaze at the lush harmonies, glistening pads and celestial tones then 'Chord Shift Space' pulls out to a deep and garage-tinged house sound with hits to die for.
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 in stock $16.16
B2B2 (12")
Cat: SGR 007. Rel: 08 May 24
Bawrut - "Freedom" (6:44)
Lele Sacchi - "Flim Flam" (6:13)
Review: The second instalment of Stolen Goods' Back to Back series brings together two stalwarts of the scene: Italian veteran Lele Sacchi and Italo-Spanish beat master Bawrut. Known for their contributions to the electronic dancefloor landscape, both artists deliver peak-time bangers primed for club euphoria. Bawrut's track showcases his signature blend of retro-future rave, drawing on his extensive experience with labels like Life & Death and Correspondant. Meanwhile, Sacchi, with nearly three decades of DJ experience, infuses his production with funky deep grooves and killer stabs, epitomizing peak-time monster attitude. With nods to acid house and electro-techno, this release epitomises Stolen Goods' ethos of delivering messages From Clubbers to Clubbers, promising dancefloor ecstasy for discerning audiences.
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Intérprete: Rave Energy
 in stock $19.60
MBK 002
MBK 002 (12")
Cat: MBK 002. Rel: 16 May 24
Bodeler - "Technyke" (6:57)
Bodeler - "Technyke" (Franco Cinelli remix) (7:58)
Nicola Brusegan, Camilo Gil - "Take A Groove" (6:27)
Nicola Brusegan, Camilo Gil - "Take A Groove" (Jorge Caiado remix) (6:12)
Review: Renowned producer Bodeler makes his mark on the newly emerging Minimal Brooklin label with a masterful display of minimalism on his A1 cut, then respected Argentinian Franco Cinelli remixes and delivers something immersive. On the B-side, Nicola Brusegan and Camilo Gil unite to create a soulful deep house track complete with lush chords and pulsating basslines, and this one is paired with a remix from Jorge Caiado that is sure to electrify dance floors thanks to his knack for crafting statement-making sound and pulsating acid vibes.
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Tags: Minimal | Acid House
 in stock $20.92
Ten Years Of Seven Villas (Part 1)
Pablo Bolivar - "Tali" (6:31)
Yarosslav - "Boundaries" (Iron Curtis No Boundaries mix) (6:54)
Krissky - "Candelaria" (6:08)
In2Deep - "Vine Of The Soul" (Powel remix) (7:51)
Anton Lanski - "Never Knew Her" (6:00)
Agather Pher - "Light Shadow" (6:08)
Review: Pablo Bolivar's Seven Villas label has released a slew of top-quality deep house and dub techno music since its inception ten years ago in 2014. The label continues to be one of the top labels in Europe currently for deep listening dance music. This compilation celebrates the history of the label and is part one of the three EP's that will honor the Spanish imprint. This brilliant collection features the beautiful 'Tali' by Pablo Bolivar as well as Germany's Iron Curtis dancefloor burning remix of 'Boundaries' by Yarosslav. To close out the first side of the 12", you have the dark and mysterious dub techno gem 'Candelaria' by Krissky. The B-Side is equally as great with Powel's gentle tech remix of melancholy star 'Vine of the soul' by n2Deep. Then you have Anton Lanski who is also featured giving us the emotional 'Never knew her'. Closing the EP out is tech brilliant 'Light shadow' by Agatha Pher. This is a great example of a label showcasing the perfect songs that exemplify their labels sound.
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Intérprete: Kisk
 in stock $15.35
Godspeed (12")
Cat: LARAMA 002RP. Rel: 01 May 24
Call In Blue (4:03)
Godspeed (5:13)
Nova (5:37)
Yellow Feeling (3:51)
 in stock $17.48
Outside The Dome EP
Cat: SIX66 105. Rel: 09 May 24
The Dome (7:32)
The Dome (Len Lewis remix) (6:17)
Outer Limits (7:27)
Outer Limits (Magnus Asberg remix) (7:37)
Review: Slinky nighttime acid tech from Cirkel Square, laying down his debut 'Outside The Dome' EP for Subwax. Despite the title's focus on the hemispherical exterior, this is actually a two-track study on both the inside and outside of said dome. We begin life inside the hydroponic homestead, with surreptitious trance-acid and dimly lit pads suggestive of a secret plot to escape. The B-side's 'Outer Limits' responds with a more excitable jaunt, though by no means has our escape plan been scuppered by the authorities, with the mood continually driving, techy and methodical. Two remixes from Len Lewis and Magnus Asberg only add to the edge-of-your-seat excitement.
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Tags: Minimal
 in stock $13.51
Hypnotic Attraction EP
Cat: PT 005. Rel: 22 Apr 24
Connective Zone - "System Link" (7:37)
RESS - "Dreaming The End" (5:17)
Existencia Pasajera & Dismal - "Sideral Misunderstanding" (7:04)
Yu - "Magikant Interdimention" (7:32)
 in stock $14.03
ZNGBR 012 (12")
Cat: ZNGBR 012. Rel: 30 Apr 24
Cor100 - "Housetest II" (7:28)
Cor100 - "Vase De Chine" (6:40)
Acanalar - "P0144" (6:29)
Acanalar - "P0148" (7:18)
Review: The latest release from the French label Zingiber Audio is simply called Split EP #001 and it features the label founder Cor100 (Thibaut Corsant) and the UK duo Acanalar. For the first side Cor100 gives us the super slick tribal builder 'Housetest 2'. The track takes through ups and downs that allow any DJ playing it to transfer perfectly to any direction you wish to take it. Nice groove! 'Vase De Chine' on the other hand, is an addictively sexy dancefloor heater. On the second side, 'PO144' is a deep chugging more minimalistic track with some nice melodic elements surrounding it. 'PO148' finishes the EP with a fun romp into a more tribal psychedelic zone. The label's 12th release to date brings us four classy tracks to enjoy.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $15.10
CELOSOPHY 004 (yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: CELOSOPHY 004. Rel: 20 May 24
Marcelo Cura & Ja Kub - "Talk 2 U"
Enzo Leep - "People"
Andrey Djackonda - "Next"
Marcelo Cura & Smit - "Is It Possible"
Review: Celosophy 004 presents a stellar compilation of cutting-edge dance music, showcasing four tracks that push the boundaries of the minimal and tech house genres. On Side-1, Marcelo Cura & Ja Kub's 'Talk 2 U' transports listeners to the early 90s with its melodic breakbeat sound, flirting with elements of ambient house for a very cool experience. Following suit, Enzo Leep's 'People' injects a dose of fun with its beachy vibe and infectious breakbeat rhythm, creating an atmosphere that's both melodic and energetic. Flipping over to the B-side, Andrey Djackonda's 'Next' takes a balearic and ambient downtempo turn, offering a refreshing change of pace with its laid-back mood. Closing out the compilation is Marcelo Cura & Smit's 'Is It Possible,' a sleek and polished tech house track characterised by its smoothness, fast-paced beats, and epic groove. Together, these tracks elevate Celosophy 004 to new heights, delivering next-level dance music. This record is hot!
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 in stock $16.69
EC 137
EC 137 (12")
Cat: HARMONY 014. Rel: 16 May 24
Alfred Czital - "It's Me BB" (6:01)
Jamida - "Lots Of Love" (6:17)
Polygonia - "Akkala" (5:41)
Andy Garvey - "Euphorique" (4:46)
 in stock $14.30
Milk! EP
Milk! EP (12")
Cat: PP 43. Rel: 09 May 24
Eden 123 (Sunday Club)
Clubbers Paradise (Be A Cyberspace Cadet mix)
Holistic Heaven (International)
Frequency Ov Truth
 in stock $18.00
Subway EP
Subway EP (12")
Cat: OBL 003V. Rel: 25 Apr 24
One Night In New York (7:13)
One Night In New York (CHKLTE remix) (6:28)
Big Fucking Surprise (7:43)
Big Fucking Surprise (Franco Cinelli remix) (9:14)
Review: Oblivium's third vinyl outing finds Carlo Di Roma laying out some meticulously designed minimal sounds for those who like deep cosmic trips. For us, the fluttering tin foil snares and pulsing synths aired with paddy drums on the A1 really takes some beating - its both deft and subtly craft but sure to lock you in for as it grocers along with a great sense of cool. Elsewhere 'Oblivium' is a dubby and acid laced bubbler, then 'Big Fuking Surprise' gets two remixes - the first from Chktle is a nice deep house rework with splashy hi hats and cuddly drums and the second from Franco Cinelli is more driven.
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 in stock $14.82
Remember (reissue)
Remember (reissue) (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: THEDON 03. Rel: 25 Apr 24
Remember (6:59)
What If? (8:31)
Review: The Don is the man born Maryvn Don. He has been seeing up cultured house and tech sounds since the early 00s and some of them have been getting welcome reissues of late. We have another here in the form of 'Remember' which is seriously high quality and designed purely for dance floors. Up first is 'Remember' which is an intense mix of bleeping synths and sci-fi designs over hurried drums and bass. 'What If?' then rides a classic 90s tech house groove with snappy snares and wispy little pads macing for an intriguing late night vibe that will get floors locked right in.
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 in stock $14.30
BSL 001
BSL 001 (12")
Cat: BSL 001. Rel: 25 Apr 24
Embezzlement Society - "For What It's Worth " (7:32)
Jacssen - "African Jazz " (7:00)
Crispthecook & Ufuk K - "Safe " (6:09)
Qwazki - "Dance Like A Game" (6:36)
 in stock $17.74
Cat: BQDTRX 404. Rel: 25 Apr 24
Phil Evans - "In Time" (5:26)
Phil Evans - "I'm Down" (5:35)
Dana Ruh - "S41" (7:14)
Dana Ruh - "S45" (7:33)
Review: BQD Trax's 404th EP pairs two veterans off on the same 12". Phil Evans and Dana Ruh take one side each of this nice analogue offering. Evans goes first with 'In Time' which is coated in nice dusty pads and frayed medic edges with a grinding melody that brings some funk to the deepness. 'I'm Down' is another rugged deep house cut with loose kick patterns and swirling pads. Ruh then brings her signature smoky basement house sounds to 'S41' with its rickety percussion and warm infusing of supple synths. 'S45' shuts down with dubbed-out drums and molten chords that serve as a perfect early evening warm-up.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $16.69
MUSEK 01 (12" reeditado)
Cat: MSK 01. Rel: 26 Apr 24
Francesco Farfa - "Zacido" (6:14)
Hamsa & Dan Beaven - "Helios" (6:35)
Hamsa - "Chronus" (6:15)
Hamsa - "Hades" (7:03)
Review: Musek is a new label from Francesco Farfa, a rather cult DJ and producer in the Italian scene, and Hamsa, who is a new and fast-rising producer. The debut is an interesting one that opens with Farfa's busy and acid-laced techno pumper 'Zacido' with its bleeping synth sequences and ravey pads. Hamsa then takes care of the other three cuts, the first of which is a collab with Dan Beaven. 'Helios' has static electrify shooting across the face of a searing cut with angelic pads and stiff metal drums. 'Chronus' is a crunchy breakbeat brew that fizzes with dystopian energy and 'Hades' brings a little twisted cosmic tech funk to the party.
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Intérprete: Jane Fitz, Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $17.74
Split Series Vol 1
Cat: SCR 004. Rel: 13 May 24
Fdez - "Abstract Funk" (5:15)
Fdez - "Sun Flight" (5:43)
Fdez - "Raval Noche" (5:06)
Av1 - "Mystic Point" (6:26)
Av1 - "Tropical Excursion" (6:21)
 in stock $15.62
The City 2 City EP
The City 2 City EP (translucent purple vinyl 12")
Cat: PEM 08. Rel: 14 May 24
Jerome Hill - "Stealth Imp" (4:56)
Fear-E - "Principles" (6:12)
Fear-E - "7.4 On The Richter" (5:19)
Jerome Hill - "The Shoffler" (4:32)
Review: Fear E and Jerome Hill really go for the jugular here. Not only are these techno cuts hard and heavy, but they're defined by raw, sizzling textures that rip into your ear drums. Acid and freaky house menace are also drawn up on here with Jerome Hill's opener 'Stealth Imp' a mega rusty and caustic stomper, Fear-E's 'Principles' layering up sleazy synth scuzz and rickety, ramshackle drums, then his '0.4 On The Richter' burrows deep into your brain with squealing synths. Jerome Hill sloshes down with the wire synth modulations and jacked drums of 'The Shoffler.'
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 in stock $20.66
Positive Charge EP
Positive Charge EP (blue marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: ALT 001. Rel: 16 May 24
Hidden Sequence - "Switch" (5:46)
Federsen - "Polarity" (6:41)
Hidden Sequence - "Switch" (Federsen live mix) (6:58)
Federsen - "Polarity" (Hidden Sequence remix) (6:31)
Review: New label Alt Dub debuts with this drop from Federsen and Hidden Sequence, who operate in different formations across the four tracks to spell out some supremely reduced, subliminal minimal techno. Their sound is schooled in the dub abstractions from labels like Background and ~scape, a little warm but ultimately reduced to an elegant murmur which becomes profound the harder you listen. Hidden Sequence's 'Switch' has a steady-ticking thrust while Federsen's 'Polarity' splashes around in deep chasms of delay and reverb, before they switch stance to remix each other in complementary ways.
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 in stock $14.30
Default Mode Network
Cat: ADAM 011. Rel: 23 Apr 24
Peppermint Poodle (6:42)
Manger Du Bon Manger (6:16)
Mou D'Etat (6:44)
Dans L'Oeil (7:12)
Review: Montreal outfit Flabbergast tap into something brilliantly leftfield on this new EP for Adams Bite. Opener 'Peppermint Poodle' is a grubby and bubbly minimal tech house cut that is defined by a characterful Northern voice speaking about a love interest and various other things. It's wonderfully weird and sure to get anthem status soon. 'Manger Du Bon Manger' is more languid and late night, 'Mou D'Etat' is a deep and zoned out cut with odd samples and trippy sound designs and 'Dans L'Oeil' rounds out with a synth laced cruiser for 5am wig outs.
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 in stock $16.69
Oyster EP
Oyster EP (12")
Cat: LYR 009. Rel: 01 May 24
Navigation (8:12)
Oyster (3:38)
Telefunken (7:11)
Bende (7:10)
Review: An innovative EP emerges from the collaborative work of two accomplished music producers in Stockholm's Weirdvin, founder of the thriving Maraton label and here making a debut on Lyssna with the label's own Flord King. Their music finds a perfect common ground between electronic minimal funk and atmospheric textures, with overtones of ocean-faring trips on a voyage to the depths of the Baltic Sea. From the snappy percussion of 'Navigation' to the ambient synths of 'Oyster' via the nice and delicate drum loops of 'Telefunken' the more warped lines and turbulent bass of 'Bende' this is an EP with a unique sonic aesthetic.
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 in stock $15.35
Hotel Karthago
Cat: PH 135. Rel: 07 May 24
Hotel Karthago (5:47)
Energies (4:22)
 in stock $14.57
Tearoom Vibes
Cat: PYRY 04. Rel: 22 Apr 24
Lele Franza - "Black Tunnel" (5:33)
Ildec - "Thanks For Me" (5:56)
The Lumens - "Andromeda" (6:28)
Luca Doobie - "One Blood" (6:15)
Tags: Tech House
 in stock $15.10
The Singles
The Singles (triple 12")
Cat: REPEAT 30. Rel: 02 May 24
Sole Lane (F**ked Your Back Passage mix)
Lovers Tiff
Dark & Dirty (Bushwacka! remix)
Latino Lady
Review: The late, great Nathan Coles is rightly hailed as UK tech house royalty - an originator in the scene who embodied its headsy, underground energy in the long and winding years before the sound broke through to its ubiquitous popularity it enjoys now. Of the many projects he turned his talent to, Get Fucked found him studio sparring with Nils Hess around the turn of the millennium on labels like Eukahouse. Now leading tech house reissue label Repeat have gathered together the best of the singles, and as you might well expect it's heavyweight, rolling gear for the late night marathon crew, crafted masterfully with grit and groove in equal measure.
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 in stock $50.31
Spirit World
Cat: DET 313F. Rel: 29 Apr 24
First Night In Lemuria (DET313 version) (6:03)
Spirit World (5:34)
Inevitable (6:40)
Review: After the much loved Delano Smith remix of Gigi Galaxy's 'Interview With An Alien' turned so many heads, Det 313 label has secured three originals from the Detroit producer otherwise known to as Gary Martin. Each shows he has a unique approach to the art of groove making, with 'First Night In Lemuria (DET313 version)' slower and more restrained than many in the game - almost like a Sheffield bleep anthem pitched down and augmented with a delightful, prodding bassline. 'Spirit World' is the big room pleaser of the trio, with a bubbling acid arpeggio slowly degrading and re-building throughout and some lovely sci-fi synthery going on. 'Inevitable' is the cheekiest and cheeriest of the three, all sharpened hi-hats and swirling electro beats and breakdowns that reveal its simple but damn effective musical heart to all and sundry. Nice work all round.
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 in stock $13.77
Bitch Bounce EP
Cat: CARPET 11. Rel: 16 May 24
Bitch Bounce (7:12)
Marius (6:48)
Triode (7:20)
Slew (7:31)
 in stock $14.57
Spaceship EP
Cat: COSMOS 001. Rel: 22 Apr 24
Mistique Dreams (6:11)
Lola's Odyssey (6:18)
Galactic Stratosphere (5:58)
Galactic Stratosphere (Harrison BDP remix) (6:56)
Tags: Tech House
 in stock $13.77
Marlou (12")
Cat: VOK 006. Rel: 10 May 24
Corpalium (feat Lilli Ellen) (4:05)
Poudrextase (5:47)
Celebration (Featuring Lilli Ellen) (3:45)
Celebration (Featuring Lilli Ellen - Denis Horvat remix) (4:56)
Review: Vokabularium's Denis Horvat returns with another contribution to his very own label. 'Marlou' is a densely textured four-tracker of deep and minimal movers, several of which push the boundaries of the genre with abrasive sounds and vocal experiments from singer Lilli Ellen. The arpy and metallic 'Poudrextase' is a case in point of this abrasion, with its juddering leads made to harmonise still with the otherwise dreamy backings. Meanwhile, 'Corpalium' and 'Celebration' move slower, allowing for Ellen's vocals to burgeon and brood over the mix in an extended fashion.
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 in stock $16.69
I Am Jordan
I Am Jordan (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 304. Rel: 09 May 24
When Lights Flash (4:37)
Casino High (3:29)
Real Hot N Naughty (feat Felix Mufti) (3:32)
The Countdown (feat Taahliah) (4:39)
Butterlick (feat Sister Zo) (6:22)
Reification & Pathetic Fallacy (4:08)
People Want Nice Things (3:11)
Round N Round (5:10)
The Woodpecker (5:21)
7 Degrees Of Despondent (6:13)
Close To You (5:40)
Rapt Finis (3:42)
 in stock $25.96
NRV 001
NRV 001 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NRV 001. Rel: 10 May 24
Jay Tripwire - "Box Of Daggers" (8:51)
Vid - "Behind You" (6:44)
Dragomir - "Hinged In Reality" (7:27)
Review: The legendary Nervous Records outta New York kicks off a new vinyl series here with none other than tech house master Jay Tripwire at the helm alongside minimalist Vid and Dragomir. The Canadian opens up with the balmy cosmic tech of 'Box of Daggers' which his an empty, eerie late night roller with subtle percussion that keeps you locked. Vid's 'Behind You' is more packed with detail, freaky paranoid voices and darker bass and Dragomir sets down with the most twisted of the lot - a melange of warped lines and unsettling synths around a percussive tech house beat on 'Hinged In Reality.'
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Tags: Minimal
 in stock $14.57
FFRR Sampler Vol 1 (Record Store Day RSD 2024)
Cat: 172638 3. Rel: 27 Apr 24
Jengi - "Bel Mercy" (4:30)
Skin On Skin - "Burn Dem Bridges" (6:02)
Burns - "Talamanca" (5:56)
Obskur - "Bayside" (5:31)
 in stock $24.89
Thrust (12")
Cat: DBS 1. Rel: 13 May 24
Tingle's (5:10)
Special (Instramental) (5:21)
Thrust (8:25)
Review: If a new talent from Detroit pops up on the radar, there's an instant magnetism due to the clout the city carries in terms of machine music. JR Disc doesn't disappoint one bit, capturing the raw energy of the city's house and techno legacy in a sincere and original way. The sort of grit you hear caked on the drums on 'Special (Instramental)' can't be faked, likewise the hard-edged soul pinging out of the metallic chords that course through 'Thrust'. This is serious gear for those who like their Motor City workouts over any other kind of house or techno, keeping the vibe tough and funky at all times.
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 in stock $19.05
Time Frame EP
Cat: MR B007. Rel: 14 May 24
Arigato (6:01)
Roll To Life (Terry F Tribute) (7:15)
She's Coming (5:34)
Rendal (5:41)
Review: New to Mr. Banger Records comes the latest four-tracker from Ukrainian producer Roma Khropko. Kicking the year off with a bang after a whopping four EPs released in 2023, 'Time Frame' slows down time at the critical moment of now, in which a breather is perhaps most needed. Khropko's take on house and techno is organ-ic, hypnotic and sparse, preferring the interplay of different percussion, acid and FM synth parts. Terry F tribute 'Roll To Life' is the moment the EP finds its feet, drawing on thick gabber-esque kicks and muted pads-n-bloops, to counterpose the janky saws of 'She's Coming' to follow. Closer 'Rendal' flaunts the breadth of Khropko's palette with a chugging closing rabbit hole plunge.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $16.69
MINDHELMET 14 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: MINDHELMET 14. Rel: 09 May 24
Euro Night
Lion, Ne Kaufen
Review: London's Mindhelmet label continue on strong with the whopping 14th top-up to their vinyl-only 12"s series. This time they welcome Cologne's very own Johannes Kolter to the fore, for four originals compared to his usual penchant for edits. Glitzy sonic skylines come portrayed on the likes of 'Euro Night' and 'Eternity', with hints of Italo and electro-pop conjuring mental glimpses of high-end fashion houses and handbags, while 'Crashy' revels in a skilful use of speed garage swing reminiscent of MJ Cole's production approach; finally, closer 'Lion, Ne Kaufen' indulges a muted chord sequence for a eventidal rave vibe.
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Tags: Tech House
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Point Of No Return
Cat: FORAX 07. Rel: 25 Apr 24
Point Of No Return (7:40)
Horizons (7:41)
Analysis Paralysis (7:46)
Review: Forax label head Diego Krause is back on his own imprint with a heavyweight new EP that is destined to be of great use to DJs looking to make an impact. It kicks off with 'Point Of No Return' which packs a low-end punch but not at the expense of some great details up top including sci-fi synth work and languid chords that bring the colour. 'Horizons' then keeps it funky with some swirling, filtered pads and percussive tech beats that are bouncy and fresh. Last of all is 'Analysis Paralysis' which is more edgy and features a brilliantly filthy low end that recalls the great Flat Eric.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
 in stock $14.30
Top Secret I
Cat: AODRSD 004. Rel: 26 Apr 24
Agent 001 (6:25)
Agent 002 (7:31)
Agent 003 (6:31)
Agent 004 (6:27)
 in stock $15.35
Fine Rise EP
Cat: DIRT 151. Rel: 15 May 24
Heel Goed (7:00)
Lift Adrift (5:16)
Fine Rise (5:44)
Asanti (5:43)
Expanding Signal (5:24)
Review: Ben La Desh shows off his elegant take on deep house on the Dirt Crew label here with five well appointed tunes. 'Heel Goed' has loopy, subtle broken beat loops taking you on a trip through the cosmos next to swirling pads and daubs of colour. 'Lift Adrift' is a gorgeous tune laced with ambient beauty and 'Fine Rise' is warm, comforting and inviting. The drums are paced and the pads are spaced out. There is some meticulous drum programming to 'Asanti' that again heads off up amongst the stars and 'Expanding Signal is a perfect back room sound for cosy and intimate dancefloors.
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Electric Tools Vol 1
Cat: OTD 003. Rel: 14 May 24
Latent & Retrolog - "Super Villain" (6:08)
Bok P - "Creator" (6:58)
Lamalice - "AAS" (6:17)
Dixia Sirong - "23rd Step" (6:12)
Review: Electric Tools Vol 1 ignites with a four-track electro explosion, showcasing the talents of four very strong producers for one electric 12". Side-1 kicks off with the dynamic collaboration of Latent & Retrolog on 'Super Villain,' a fusion of electro and breakbeats adorned with captivating samples and a bassline that hits hard. Bok.p follows suit with 'Creator,' channeling early UK techno and bleep-styled vibes reminiscent of the golden era, evoking nostalgia akin to classics like 'Rhythm is a Dancer.' Flipping to Side-2, Lamalice presents 'AAS,' a melodic journey through early 90s techno, intertwining lush melodies with driving beats for a nostalgic yet forward-thinking experience. Closing the EP, Dixia Sirong's '23rd Step' offers a catchy blend of early 90s trance and techno, guaranteed to transport listeners to the heyday of electronic music. Electric Tools Vol 1 is a great example to the enduring appeal of techno, seamlessly blending retro influences with contemporary production techniques to deliver an electrifying listening experience that will leave fans craving more.
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Epiphany Remixes
Epiphany Remixes (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: GIEGLINGLP 12REMIX. Rel: 22 Apr 24
Blue Moon (Zoe Polanski version) (4:42)
Stranded (Lowtec remix) (9:48)
Jacob's Ladder (M Pittman Ladder remix) (7:38)
Blue Moon (Tobias remix) (6:49)
Review: Lawrence's Epiphany Remixes, a release from the German record label Giegling, presents four distinct interpretations of the title track. Each remixer brings a unique approach to the original piece, resulting in a diverse and captivating soundscape. Zoe Polanski's version transforms the track into a crystallized melody, creating a cold yet beautiful atmosphere. Lowtec's remix explores deep techno, delivering a smooth and dreamy ambiance with a touch of sadness. M Pittman Ladder's interpretation adds a gritty, chunky bassline, while Tobias' remix elevates the tempo, creating a pulsating and mechanical percussion elements. These remixes showcase the versatility of Lawrence's original composition, demonstrating how different artists can reinterpret and reshape it to create new and engaging experiences.
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Present Future/Here There
Cat: PI 003. Rel: 30 Apr 24
Musium (4:08)
Viaggio (9:03)
Longing (interlude) (2:24)
Sky Funk (7:46)
Come & Get (3:45)
Same Again (7:16)
Pa Ohm (7:24)
Homage To Daylight (5:43)
Luv (Exit) (6:10)
Review: A masterclass in various examples of downtempo music, with each track on the double 12" showcasing Honne's pristine production, blending mesmerizing melodies with atmospheric soundscapes. Highlights include:'Viaggio' captivates with its enchanting melody, pulsating sub bass, and an air of mystery, while 'Longing' provides a tranquil interlude, with gentle ambient textures creating a sense of serenity. 'Come & Get' transports listeners with its evocative echoes and poignant tones. The album's cornerstone, 'Homage To Daylight', is an emotional journey. Its sweeping melody, melancholic undertones, and intricate IDM beats evoke a surreal and introspective atmosphere. With its blend of ethereal beauty and infectious grooves, this is a big indicator that LB Honne is a producer to keep an eye out for.
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Mirror Remixes
Mirror Remixes (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: GIEGLINGLP 09REMIX. Rel: 22 Apr 24
Fade (Isolee remix) (6:35)
Fade (Jan Jelinek remix) (7:07)
Wave (Jing remix) (4:22)
Review: Contemporary tastemakers Geilgling return with a set of remixes of material from Leafar Legov's recent album, Mirror. First up it is German minimal maestro Isolee who flips 'Fade' into some of his signature sounds - smeared synths and abstract designs all weave together over a minimal beat to make for something seductive and late night. Polish loop master Jan Jelinek then flips 'Fade' into a slow motion shuffle with bright, celestial shards of melodic light and downbeat, melancholic vocals over a chugging beat. Last of all is a mix of 'Jing' that is all broken loops, chopped vocal fragments and hallucinogenic synths.
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Like A Song From Your Dream
Cat: LIES 206. Rel: 16 May 24
Enchantress 1200 (3:12)
Drizzle In A Laserbeam (4:43)
Seven Challenges (4:33)
Always Take It There (4:51)
ZILOG For The World (4:25)
Cheval Electrique (4:16)
Cottagecore XTC (3:32)
Like A Song From Your Dream (4:11)
Review: Legowelt is a master of electronic music. He coaxes more feelings and emotions and originality out of his machines in one record than many people manage in a whole career. He has made millions (probably) of them in his time but it is still always worth checking in with what he does next. In this case, it's a new album for New York punks L.I.E.S. called Like A Song From Your Dream which comes with one of his own cover art illustrations. Musically it finds him in electro mode, layering up squelchy synths, kinetic and ice-cold rhythms and plenty of sci-fi motifs with inescapable cosmic energy. It is yet another doozy from the man who never misses.
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BSLTD 02 (12")
Cat: BSLTD 02. Rel: 09 May 24
Multiline (7:00)
Le Danseur (5:53)
Arcadeair (5:00)
Your Cat Is Calling My Name (4:54)
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Normal Gets You Nowhere EP
Cat: AODVA 1. Rel: 03 May 24
Log_In - "Antivirus" (6:27)
Landed - "Anaesthetic" (7:01)
Matthew Hartshorn - "Computers" (7:31)
Jamie Dodger - "Yes Yes Release The Stress" (6:20)
Review: Here we are introducing new label Art of Dark and its AODVA Series, a platform showcasing a diverse array of artists, especially those who are newcomers to the music scene. For its inaugural release, the series spotlights four different artists with their own distinctive sound and who are all set to go on to big things, at least if you ask us of the evidence of this. Log_In kicks off with 'Antivirus' which spins you out on nice cosmic tech vibes and screwy alien synth lines, while Landed's 'Anaesthetic' is a retro-future tech house pumper with neon lines and a tight bassline. Matthew Hartshorn's 'Computers' gets as digital as you would expect from the name with the sound of malfunctioning motherboards over sleek beats. Jamie Dodger shuts down with the more edgy percussion and rapped vocal sleaze of 'Yes Yes Release The Stress'.
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Djeball Presents M-High
Cat: DJEBPR 020. Rel: 30 Apr 24
Try To Make (7:11)
Othirty (7:12)
Stripped (6:45)
Stripped (M's Groove mix) (7:32)
Review: The latest on Djebali's label comes from M High, who knows exactly how to step up to the flavour of Parisian minimal tech house Djebali has made his name on all these years. 'Try To Make' is a perfect opener, riding on a sweetly swung groove with heavy, subby bass down low and Mood II Swing style dub chords chopping in up top. 'Othirty' is a more delicate affair with some psychedelic sound sweeps which really elevate the track into exciting new realms - something which could send an after hours dance spiralling. 'Stripped' locks back into that heads-down bounce from the first track and then the 'M Groove' mix of the track slips some extra funky percussion into the blend to make it a sassy strutter for the ages.
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Tags: Tech House
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Hallucinations In Pilsen
Cat: VBNTC 073. Rel: 13 May 24
Hallucinations In Pilsen (6:57)
Water Energizer (5:22)
Reciprication (6:45)
Gamma Ray (6:47)
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My Little Robot
My Little Robot (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: FFRVO 004. Rel: 16 May 24
Daniel Meister - "Raft" (7:07)
Lukea - "The Human Design" (8:29)
M&M - "Disfunctional Quota" (6:22)
Primarie & Lucide - "Slap Back To Reality" (7:42)
Review: The Fantastic Friends crew has called up on its musical mates once more for a new various artists release here that showcases its signature stripped-down sounds. Daniel Meister keeps it light and airy with wispy pads and squirrelling little leads on 'Raf' then Lukea's 'The Human Design' again keeps things deft and skeletal in terms of rhythm, but here with daubs of synth and trippy melodies. M&M's 'Disfunctional Quota' has a lovely catchy groove that undulates perfectly under molten synths and Primarie & Lucide closes out with is an artful and characterful take on minimal with the playful sounds of 'Slap Back To Reality.'
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
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Archielong: Part 1
Archielong: Part 1 (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: PLAYEDBY 012ABCD. Rel: 29 Apr 24
I Hear Voices Thru The Pipe (11:57)
Excess All Areas (12:27)
La Mania (10:53)
New Life (11:53)
Review: The minimal lovers at Playedby Romania are back with a bumper collection of cuts here from MiHigh who serves them up on no fewer than four sides of wax. He gets super trippy and wonderfully weird on the open, 'I Hear Voices Thru The Pipe', which has twisted and icy drones, dry and stripped back mid-tempo drums and drawn-out synth swirls al marled with freaky and unsettling vocal sounds. 'Excess All Areas' is a more wonky and grubby minimal rhythm and 'La Mania' is a collection of found sounds, haunting pads and tightly intertwined rhythms that melts the mind over more than 10 minutes of play time. 'New Life' is a more uptempo but still occult world of minimalism to close.
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Archielong: Part 2
Archielong: Part 2 (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: PLAYEDBY 012EFGH. Rel: 29 Apr 24
Melodrom (11:11)
Sing & Run (10:38)
Rumbling Dream (11:03)
Klaus Did It (11:11)
Review: Archielong has delved into his archives to put together a two-part album release that comprises, in total, eight tracks spanning from 2012 to 2020, delivered across four slabs of nice and heavyweight vinyl. This is the second part and it is encased in gatefold covers adorned with Sani Stranski's artwork which is as immersive as the music. His distinctive narrative style is ever-evolving and captivating and each track embodies a trippy, eerie minimalism that is layered up to construct a hauntingly rich and idiosyncratic sonic landscape. With meticulous attention to structure and flow, the album is a great overview of his evolution over the years.
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