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Cat: P 0027. Rel: 12 Sep 19
Soul
  1. Three Little Words
  2. Oh Me, Oh My
  3. Under Her Spell
  4. Woman
  5. Couldn't Be Happier
  6. Good Friends
  7. Ohio
  8. Tellin' Her Stories
  9. Look Inside Yourself
Review: 213 was something of a supergroup formed in America's west coast soul scene. Powerhouses such as Bill Meyers, Guy Thomas and Neil Stubenhaus were all involved in the making of this album from 1981, which never actually saw the light of day at the time, but is now presented for the first time by Norwegian record label Preservation. It's sentimental material for lazy Sunday mornings, with emotive vocals backed by soaring strings and uplifting chords. There are more reflective moments like "Good Friends" next to swaying singings like "Ohio" and together they add up to a smooth listen.
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Cat: LDR 19. Rel: 08 Nov 16
Techno
  1. The Breakfast Club (7:49)
  2. Lunar Landing (5:21)
  3. Jade (6:15)
  4. Hurley (5:16)
Review: Frustrated Funk, Shopwrec and Central Processing Unit are just some of the quality labels on which the enigmatic 214 has delivered his wayward strains of electro and techno. This new single for Lunar Disko is straight-up, high calibre business, as per usual, starting with the mesmerising pads and alluring soundscapes of "The Breakfast Club", a beat-driven escapade through a wave of majestic synths. "Lunar Landing" is more on the Dutch electro side of things, thanks to its sub-aquatic beats and general demeanour while, on the flip, "Jade" injects some Chicago house live through an industrial filter, and "Hurley" liquifies its synths down to a thick pool of sonics and subtle beats. Gorgeous music.
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Cat: ITS 155. Rel: 16 Jun 17
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. 1993 (Nacht)
  2. Lucky Lobster (2RMW & Umami - Nacht)
  3. Somebody Lonely & Me (Nacht)
  4. Energie Multimillionar (Nacht)
  5. Ich Bin Die Bass Drum (Nacht)
  6. Hey Schmetterling (Nacht)
  7. Das Herz Irrt Nie (Nacht)
  8. Hotel Sunshine (Nacht)
  9. Bonjour Cherie (2RMW & Dieter Meier - Nacht)
  10. Ich Hor Musik Wenn Ich Dich Seh (Nacht)
  11. 1993 (Tag)
  12. Lucky Lobster (2RMW & Umami - Tag)
  13. Somebody Lonely & Me (Tag)
  14. Energie Multi Millionar (Tag)
  15. Ich Bin Die Bass Drum (Tag)
  16. Hey Schmetterling (Tag)
  17. Das Herz Irrt Nie (Tag)
  18. Hotel Sunshine (Tag)
  19. Bonjour Cherie (2RMW & Dieter Meier - Tag)
  20. Ich Hor Musik Wenn Ich Dich Seh (Tag)
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Cat: SATRX 005. Rel: 17 Oct 06
Breakbeat
  1. DJ Quest - "Bytecon" (T-Wrex remix)
  2. 30Hz - "Bytecon" (T-Wrex remix)
Review: Remixes by 30Hz & DJ Quest. "Robots Ready From Mars" is tackled by Quest who gives the track a heavier, clubby breakbeat mix. Fits nicely next to tracks from the likes of The Stanton Warriors or Tayo.
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Cat: MRB 7131. Rel: 24 Nov 16
International
  1. Because Of Money (5:54)
  2. Obi Ye Saa Wui (4:21)
Review: The 3rd Generation Band hail from Ghana, recording only six tracks in their time together, all for the Essiebons label and now Mr Bongo reissue these two super rare tracks. The life affirming Afro Rhythm & Blues of "Because Of Money" was also featured on Soundway's Ghana Soundz compilation previously. It was compiled by Andrew Edwards. The band was formed in the late 70's by leader Rockson, a soldier at the time. The original record is extremely rare and this reissue is a replica 7", including the original picture paper sleeve that was carefully restored by Andrew Edwards. B side track "Obi Ye Saa Wui" is African style soul-funk, very influenced by James Brown.
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4625 002 (12")
Cat: 4625 002. Rel: 15 May 19
Drum And Bass/Jungle
  1. Sedition (6:32)
  2. Crown Of Nails (6:26)
Review: One year later, UVB-76's shadowy collective 4 6 2 5 strike again with two more unique startling schematics. Flexing across the tempo axis, "Sedition" leads with a fast 170 twist as hard pneumatic kicks cut through the dense foggy atmospherics before doubling up the momentum and taking unpredictable twists midway. "Crown Of Nails" maintains the hunchback pressure and that heavy foreboding sense synonymous with each member of the collective, but does so at a cool 105BPM pace giving space for each percussive element to ricochet around your purdy little pranged-out soul.
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Jellies (limited transparent orange vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HVNLP 144C. Rel: 06 Jul 18
Indie
  1. If I'm Anything (3:13)
  2. Compass Pass (3:43)
  3. Love Said (Let's Go) (3:21)
  4. Pour It Out (4:07)
  5. Papers (4:31)
  6. Copper Nail (2:43)
  7. ESTWD (4:24)
  8. Chilli (3:38)
  9. Shepherd's Song (3:54)
  10. Situations (4:34)
  11. The Wagon (4:07)
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Cat: ATONCD 07. Rel: 10 Dec 18
Techno
  1. Time Melts
  2. Reality Of Space
  3. Excalibur's Radar
  4. Millentum
  5. Lost
  6. Think City
  7. Shades Amaze
  8. Seeing Sense
Review: Ostgut Ton A-Ton completes their trilogy of compilations charting the early-to-mid-'90s ambient techno work of British producer Luke Slater under the 7th Plain alias. As with its predecessors, the eight included tracks offer a mixture of previously released fare from the project's heyday and music that's sat on dusty DAT tapes for well over two decades. Highlights come thick and fast, from the sun-bright sci-fi melodies, sustained ambient chords and bubbly acid lines of "Time Melts" and the Black Dog-ish shuffle of "Reality of Space", to the booming, club-ready "Lost", drowsy IDM cut "Think City" and the intergalactic, stretched-out bliss of brilliant closing cut "Seeing Sense".
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Ex:El (180 gram audiophile vinyl 2xLP + 4 page booklet)
Cat: MOVLP 1615. Rel: 26 May 16
Techno
  1. San Francisco (4:56)
  2. Spanish Heart (feat Bernard Sumner) (3:51)
  3. Leo Leo (4:02)
  4. Qmart (feat Bjork) (4:59)
  5. Nephatiti (4:48)
  6. Lift (5:05)
  7. Ooops (feat Bjork) (4:52)
  8. Empire (4:18)
  9. In Yer Face (In Yer Face mix) (5:13)
  10. Cubik (original mix) (3:19)
  11. Lambrusco Cowboy (4:05)
  12. Techno Bell (4:56)
  13. Olympic (bonus track) (4:20)
  14. Ski Family (bonus track) (5:10)
  15. Ooops (Utsala Head mix - bonus track) (3:24)
  16. Cubik (Monkey Mafia remix - bonus track) (5:24)
Review: For those that don't know, Ex:El was the third LP by British electronic pioneers 808 State released in 1991. The album features guest vocalists such as New Order's Bernard Sumner on "Spanish Heart' and Bjork on "Qmart" and "Ooops" which would result in the Icelandic singer having a continued working relationship with Graham Massey over the years. Their teaming up with figures of the alternative music scene of the time started a trend that many other electronic music groups would become to follow. Perceived by many to be one of their finest albums, this one will be a welcome edition to any 808 State fans collection on vinyl.
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Cat: DD 002. Rel: 07 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Neo Life (4:15)
  2. Untold Future (5:15)
  3. Cooper (5:26)
  4. Neo Life (TRP dub) (7:58)
Review: The shady, provocative artist who goes by the name of 99Letters is back with a selection of mesmerising techno-not-techno tracks for the young and audacious Dalmata Daniel label. As with the rest of this producer's music, these jittery, improvisational outsider tunes have got the sound of the cassette hiss very much at the forefront of the mix, and you can almost hear the cogs of those reel-to-reels turning gloriously. "Neo Life" is a pallid, dreamy stratosphere of beats and pads, but the lead tune "Untold Future" is where we really begin to hear 99Letters' style, that dubby, hazy kind of techno that travels on the borders of dance music and electronica. "Cooper" is similarly washed-out, except that here the beat arrangement has got more in common with electro than tech, while "Neo Life (TRP dub)" is a solid, acid-ridden squelcher with a magnificent layer of distortion and analogue funk.
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Cat: IDLE 047. Rel: 12 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Pseudo Science (6:03)
  2. Heavy Manners (8:24)
Review: Nick Harris aka A Sagittariun lands on Bristol's Idle Hands with a smacking two-tracker for the techno puritans! Fair enough, the flow and structure of "Pseudo Science" might not be typically classed as traditional techno, but there is so much freedom in its half-step beats and circular percussion shots, making this a beautiful relic of the sort of dance music that was being made just before the rise of 'minimal'. On the B-side, "Heavy Manners" is slower to pick up pace, kicking off with a frosty, barren procession of hi-hats and mild beats, both giving way to the much more powerful swing of the pads and harmonies in the backdrop. Excellent.
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Cat: 012414 14901. Rel: 18 Oct 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Midnight Marauders Tour Guide (0:47)
  2. Steve Biko (Stir It Up) (3:16)
  3. Award Tour (3:23)
  4. 8 Million Stories (4:30)
  5. Sucka Nigga (4:11)
  6. Midnight (4:28)
  7. We Can Get Down (4:28)
  8. Electric Relaxation (3:49)
  9. Clap Your Hands (3:38)
  10. Oh My God (3:26)
  11. Keep It Rollin' (3:06)
  12. The Chase (part 2) (4:05)
  13. Lyrics To Go (4:05)
  14. God Lives Through (4:19)
Review: As long as there is hip-hop, debate will rage as to which album by A Tribe Called Quest is their finest. Of course, they're all superb, but 1993's "Midnight Marauders" - their third full-length - may well be the best of all. That's a big call, but we'd ask any doubters to give it another listen. The New York crew is in particularly fine form on the mic throughout, while the backing tracks, which make great use of crunchy, head-nodding beats and hundreds of superb, hand-picked samples, are amongst the most intricately produced, groovy and deep ever committed to wax. It's one of those hip-hop sets that should be in the collection of any committed music head, and not just rap fans.
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Aquafusion (limited CD)
Cat: MLPH 11CD. Rel: 07 Nov 16
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Back To Elba
  2. Aquafusion
  3. Duality (feat Krista Michaela)
  4. Surf Blue
  5. Barbados
  6. I Saw The Wind
  7. Open Sequences
  8. Seagulls
Review: Under the A Vision of Panorama alias, Mikhail Khavsko has released some of the most beguiling nu-Balearic music of the past few years. Aquafusion is his long-awaited debut album, and is sure to further enhance his already high reputation. Drawing on sun kissed synthesizer grooves, languid nu-disco and hazy pop for inspiration, the album boasts all manner of ear-pleasing highlights. These include the new age inspired ambient slinkiness of "Open Sequences", the Gigi Masin style bliss of "Seagulls", the mid-'80s synth-pop-goes-dancing bounce of "Barbados", and the baked, horizontal pop of "Duality" (which notably features the drowsy vocals of Krista Michaela).
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Resurgence EP (12" reeditado)
Cat: TRA 005. Rel: 18 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Aria (6:38)
  2. Break The Limit (6:26)
  3. Feel It (6:57)
  4. Real World (6:22)
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African Sheikh EP (12" reeditado)
Cat: PTP 006. Rel: 23 Oct 19
Disco/Reediciones
  1. African Sheikh (5:49)
  2. Impossible (6:22)
  3. Confusion (6:00)
  4. Dazzled (4:52)
Review: Passport To Paradise has pulled off something of a coup here, snagging a rare re-edit EP from Redlight Records' digger Abel Nagengast. Predictably, it's rather good, and full to bursting with sneaky reworks of obscure gems. Title track "African Sheikh" - a kind of wonky Italo-disco/proto Afro-house hybrid - is particularly potent, though the quirky electrofunk/synth-pop shuffle of "Impossible" is almost as good. On the flip you'll find the dreamy, Balearic disco slinkiness of "Confusion", and the even more horizontal vibes of "Dazzled", where glistening guitars and hazy vocals intertwine with delay-laden beats and sustained synthesizer notes. As re-edit EPs go, it's one of the more special ones.
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Cat: DX 3. Rel: 15 Jul 19
Electro
  1. Algorithms With Emotions (4:07)
  2. Land, Sky & Sea (3:55)
  3. You'll Miss It Later (3:13)
  4. Whats Real Anymore? (4:23)
  5. Y'All Are A Bit Much (4:05)
  6. Butterfly Patterns (4:09)
Review: Gabriel Reyes Whittaker is The Abstract Eye: an L.A.-based producer also known as GB (Gifted & Blessed) and Frankie Reyes. Regarding the dynamic pace of the music industry, he asks the question, what's real anymore? For him, it comes down to the feelings this music evokes. Last year saw the much needed reissue of his underrated 2011 opus Cool Warm Divine on Holland's Rush Hour, and this new record is another emotive release which explores classic electro and techno sounds - borrowing from the best of the genre's recent past but reinterpreting it in his own distinct way. From the old school deep techno bounce of "Land, Sky & Sea" to the chill groove of "What's Real Anymore?" or the mellow electro of "Butterfly Patterns" - thia is as real as it gets.
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Dilla (limited LP)
ATA
Cat: ATALP 006. Rel: 26 Jun 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Welcome To Detroit/The Diary (3:55)
  2. Workinonit (2:18)
  3. Stop (2:29)
  4. Dilla (mix 1) (6:46)
  5. Dilla (mix 2) (6:03)
  6. Raw Shit (2:57)
  7. Official/Fall In Love (3:32)
  8. Love (2:33)
  9. So Far To Go (3:49)
  10. ANGEL (6:17)
  11. King (2:29)
  12. Two Can Win (2:33)
Review: Leeds' Abstract Orchestra came through in 2017 with their debut album, Dilla, and it was clear form the start that the ATA imprint knew what they were doing. Led by Rob Mitchell (the saxophonist of The Haggis Horns), the hip-hop ensemble are poised to strike a chord among the house heads and the jazz-dance fanatics, tapping into the core of sample-based music and percussive rhythm. This LP, as the name implies, is a live, orchestral rendition of J Dilla's best and most coveted work; the tracks chosen come from a variety of the legend's recordings, such as Welcome 2 Detroit, Donuts, and the multitude of successive releases that have been released since his untimely passing, back in 2006. For an artist who dedicated so much of his life and passion to live music and organic percussion, this is the perfect ode and a touching way to get closer to the ideas that made these tunes so special in the first place. A collector's delight.
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Cat: 260123 Rel: 12 Mar 07 • View all Limpieza de vinilo
 
Vinyl cleaning kit, includes carbon fibre record brush, stylus cleaner, antistatic record cleaner & record cleaning fluid
Notes: Everything the DJ needs to keep their discs and decks in perfect working order! Includes Stylus Fluid and Brush, Antistatic High Q Carbon Fibre Brush, Vinyl Cleaning Fluid and Lint Free Antistatic Cloth.
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 2 in stock $11.88
Jdid (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: CRAM 292LP. Rel: 15 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Staifia (feat Radia Manel) (6:11)
  2. Electrique Yarghol (6:37)
  3. Nassibi (feat Amel Wahby) (3:51)
  4. Club DZ (5:04)
  5. Rimitti Dor (feat Sofiane Saidi) (5:11)
  6. Rajel (feat Ammar 808) (5:38)
  7. Soulan (feat Filles De Illighadad) (4:57)
  8. Was Was (5:37)
  9. Ejma (feat Cem Yildiz) (4:49)
  10. Ras El Ain (feat Rizan Said) (4:53)
  11. Malek Ya Zahri (feat Cheikha Hadjla) (3:45)
Review: Three years after delivering a stunning debut album that cemented their position as this century's finest fusionists of Middle Eastern music and analogue electronic music, Acid Arab return with a sophomore set that's every bit as impressive. The basic ingredients remain the same - think Arabic vocals, instrumentation and percussion mixed with heavy drum machine rhythms, raw electronics and mind-altering TB-303 motifs - though the resultant tracks arguably draw on a wider range of electronic music influences. So as well as nods towards acid house and techno, the album also contains throbbing, dancefloor-centric workouts informed by EBM, Italo-disco, new wave, synth-pop and industrial. It's a subtle switch-up, but one wholly in keeping with the French quartet's distinctive vision.
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Jdid (CD)
Cat: CRAM 292. Rel: 15 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Staifia (feat Radia Menel)
  2. Electrique Yarghol (feat Hasan Minawi)
  3. Nassibi (feat Amel Wahby)
  4. Club DZ
  5. Rimitti Dor (feat Sofiane Saidi)
  6. Rajel (feat Ammar 808)
  7. Soulan (feat Filles De Illighadad)
  8. Was Was
  9. Ejma (feat Cem Yildiz)
  10. Ras El Ain (feat Rizan Said)
  11. Malek Ya Zahri (feat Cheikha Hadjla)
Review: Three years after delivering a stunning debut album that cemented their position as this century's finest fusionists of Middle Eastern music and analogue electronic music, Acid Arab return with a sophomore set that's every bit as impressive. The basic ingredients remain the same - think Arabic vocals, instrumentation and percussion mixed with heavy drum machine rhythms, raw electronics and mind-altering TB-303 motifs - though the resultant tracks arguably draw on a wider range of electronic music influences. So as well as nods towards acid house and techno, the album also contains throbbing, dancefloor-centric workouts informed by EBM, Italo-disco, new wave, synth-pop and industrial. It's a subtle switch-up, but one wholly in keeping with the French quartet's distinctive vision.
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Splazsh (2xLP)
Cat: HJRLP 49. Rel: 21 May 10
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Hubble
  2. Lost
  3. Futureproofing
  4. Get Ohn (Fairlight mix)
  5. Always Human
  6. Bubble Butts & Equations
  7. Maze
  8. Purrple Splazsh
  9. Senorita
  10. Let's Fly
  11. Wrong Potion
  12. Supreme Cunnilingus
  13. The Kettle Men
  14. Casanova
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Cat: 50WEAPONLP 16. Rel: 05 Mar 14
Footwork/Juke
  1. Warped
  2. Rzor (feat Sam Binga & MC DRS)
  3. Space Apples
  4. One Fall (feat Josefina)
  5. 167 Blast (feat DJ Die)
  6. Lue (vinyl exclusive)
  7. Bad Seed
  8. Ain't It Love
Review: Stepping up with his second album for 50 Weapons, Addison Groove is once again mining the rhythmic excitement of juke and footwork and working it into his blue-hued melodic headspace. Standout vocal cut '"Just You" is a prime example of the upbeat flavour across the album, while "11th" matches the plush harmonies with moodier switch-ups, and "The Spirit Level" drops the tempo into a house bump that lends itself to the illustrious synth sweeps. Typically though the beats are in that twitchy middle ground between dubstep and footwork, leaving plenty of space for razor-sharp constructions and dazzling edits as best demonstrated on the dynamic acid roll of "Space Apples". Chaos abounds on the B Side where Developer's frantic side is shown via "Promiscuous" whilst the tightly wound "Pulstar" is quite hypnotic.
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19 (LP)
XL
Cat: XLLP 313. Rel: 06 Feb 08
 
Pop
  1. Daydreamer
  2. Best For Last
  3. Chasing Pavements
  4. Cold Shoulder
  5. Crazy For You
  6. Melt My Heart To Stone
  7. First Love
  8. Right As Rain
  9. Make You Feel My Love
  10. My Same
  11. Tired
  12. Hometown Glory
Review: Already the winner of a Brit Award (Adele was voted the 'Critics Choice' - the most exciting new British artist expected to 'make it big' in 2008),
'19' is Adele's debut album. Citing influences as diverse as Etta James, Jill Scott, Bjork, Dusty Springfield, Billy Bragg, Billie Holiday, Jeff Buckley,
The Cure and Peggy Lee, Adele also recently completed her first solo UK tour, having toured previously with the likes of Jack Penate, Jamie T,
Raul Midon, Amos Lee and Devendra Banhart. '19' contains both her debut track 'Hometown Glory' and her smash single 'Chasing Pavements'.
Blues tinged and melancholic, Adele describes 'Chasing Pavements' as 'It's me being hopeful for a relationship that's very much over. The sort
of relationship you hate when you're in it, but miss when you're not'. A hymn to lost love and regret, 'Chasing Pavements' follows Adele's first
limited edition single 'Hometown Glory', which introduced her to the world to much critical acclaim, with NME calling it 'totally, absolutely beautiful',
Q Magazine calling her 'The voice of next year' and The Sunday Times saying 'A Star Is Born'
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Cat: KLRLTD 10S004. Rel: 19 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Reach For Love (5:14)
  2. You've Got Me (5:16)
Review: This is Adam Wickens' - aka ADMIN - first appearance for Kolour LTD, and we're happy to see the UK deep house producer continuing his steady path to maturity. This two-tracker is part of the label's 'LTD 10s' series, and this particular one is the fourth instalment; we love it not only for the quality that has graced the releases up till now, but also because we're fools for the ten inch format. "Reach For Love" sounds like it could be on Moodymann's Mahogani, a sensual house charmer complete with gorgeous piano keys and assembled with pure hypnotic delight. Side B's "You've Got Me" is similarly cool and laid-back, but the beat is speedier here, the percussion more floor-centric and the vocals sexier than ever. What a gorgeous little tip - cop it!
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Dorian Blue (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: THEMA 049. Rel: 22 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Kombination 100 (7:28)
  2. Dorian Blue (4:57)
  3. In Time (The Brooklyn edit) (6:33)
  4. Rhythm (Is Life edit) (6:35)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Cisco Ferreira continues to fly the flag for rugged hardware powered techno with personality, well over 20 years since he first emerged. The Advent is rightly hailed as a mark of assured quality for good reason, and Thema make a smart move in signing up this fresh grip of tracks from the veteran producer. "Kombination 100" is a lurid, slightly unhinged acid workout from the outer limits, while "Dorian Blue" sets a more moody, aquatic tone with a dash of electro thrown in for good measure. "In Time" brings things up in tempo and attitude, sporting some surging 909 drums guaranteed to get bodies striding with purpose, and then "Rhythm" spins out into trippy electro territory for the heads-down travelers to get spiritually expanded to.
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WATER: Dancing Moon (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AESP 001. Rel: 11 Feb 19
Electro
  1. House In Blue Rain (5:42)
  2. Dancing Moon (7:55)
  3. Throne Of Clay (6:51)
Review: A new project based out of Copenhagen - Aether's Spring comes shrouded in mystery but makes a bold statement with this first transmission. WATER: Dancing Moon 12" leads in with "House In Blue Rain," a downcast track bathed in melancholic pads and blown out percussion around a steady 4/4 tick. "Dancing Moon" is a more kinetic affair that works with all kinds of synth shapes alongside some primal drum machine percussion that lends the track a new wave quality that suits it just fine. Closer "Throne Of Clay" spreads across the B side in a brooding, journeying epic fit for the likes of classic James Holden or a more wave-minded Jon Hopkins.
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Colored (pink vinyl 2xLP)
R&S
Cat: RS 1915. Rel: 04 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Tema (feat Ruven) (1:08)
  2. Dope (5:10)
  3. Sociodelic (5:26)
  4. Shout (5:28)
  5. Birdlandia (2:40)
  6. Noir (1:24)
  7. Upstream (feat Zap Mama) (4:14)
  8. Turner (3:31)
  9. Zenith (4:22)
  10. Native Sun (5:15)
  11. Go Tell It (feat Salamon Faye) (3:09)
  12. Whatever Means (1:48)
  13. Jumpteenth (5:45)
  14. Burn (2:43)
  15. Space Dookie (feat Big Farma) (6:37)
  16. At Last (0:51)
Review: Given that it's called "Coloured" and appears on shocking pink vinyl, you'd expect Adam Longman Parker's debut album as Afriqua to be a decidedly vibrant and kaleidoscopic affair. It is, of course, with Longman Parker offering up tracks that mix tropical-sounding electronics, glassy-eyed synthesizer motifs, processed vocal sounds and evocative musical flourishes with jaunty, interesting rhythms that neatly sidestep conventional genre rules. It's a mixture that makes for hugely enjoyable listening, with highlights coming thick and fast. These include - though are by no means limited to - the densely layered dancefloor cheekiness of "Shout", the minimalist ambient bliss of "Noir", the hypnotic, intergalactic oddness of "Native Sun" and the bubbly club warmth of "Jumpteenth".
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Intérprete: Jaffa Surfa
 in stock $25.70
Cat: SC 717. Rel: 18 May 17
Funk/Reediciones
  1. Daddy's Groove (4:52)
  2. Let Me Be Your Lover (4:40)
Review: Alex Puddu's Afro Soul Prophecy project continues to blaze into the year with pure molten lava grooves. "Daddy's Groove" is a perfect summer heater with its laid back horns that ooze over the wah wah licks and strutting rim-shots. "Let Me Be Your Lover" takes more of a Latin approach with its upbeat rhythm and bossa tendencies. Listen out for those cosmic guitars in the background... Dreamy business.
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Cat: SC 716. Rel: 18 May 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Red Light District (3:28)
  2. The Game Of Love (4:02)
Review: Building on the heat of last year's "Devil Made Me Do It", Alex Puddu's Afro Soul Prophecy returns with more smoking jazz fusions. "Red Light District" is as hot and illicit as the title suggests thanks to its prominent drums and heated horn work. "The Game Of Love" plays the perfect counter with its much softer, sentimental swoons and loungey dynamics. Instant summer soul soothers.
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Break Before Make (limited heavyweight red vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: SKALP 035. Rel: 17 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Day Tuner (2:27)
  2. And! (3:54)
  3. Guess What (7:08)
  4. Work It (4:53)
  5. Now What (5:15)
  6. Start Again Part Four (4:23)
  7. Blanket Ban (5:07)
  8. Filandank (4:02)
  9. Wtfwtfwtf (3:37)
  10. You Heard Me The First Time (3:30)
  11. The Middle Middle (4:16)
  12. Hiaea (6:46)
  13. OD (2:33)
  14. The Beginning (2:49)
Review: Barely six weeks after dropping her debut single on River Rapid, Henrietta Smith-Rolla pops up on Skam with a surprise debut album. As first full length excursions go, "Break Before Make" is undeniably impressive. Beginning with the spooky, minor key electronics and angular IDM rhythms of "Day Turner", the 14 track set sees Smith-Rolla successfully turn her hand to bittersweet synth-wave ("And!"), dystopian pitched-down electronica ("Guess What"), spacey electro ("Work It", "Wtfwtfwtf"), clandestine electronic soundscapes (the panicked shuffle of "Blanket Ban") and grandiose sci-fi soundtrack fare ("The Middle Middle"). Throughout, the Manchester-based producer consistently delivers otherworldly musical melancholia with a panache not associated with a producer of her relative inexperience.
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Cat: CORDCD 002. Rel: 04 Sep 18
Disco/Reediciones
  1. TMFF
  2. Elephant Sunrise
  3. Psychic Summers
  4. Could It Only Be Me
  5. Sugar Free
  6. Good Thang
  7. Wild Turkey
  8. Goin' Down To The Disco
  9. Zugabe (Encore)
Review: Later this year, crate-digging specialists Cordial Recordings is set to release an album of previously unheard recordings by cult German jazz-fusion combo Afrodisia. To get us in the mood, the London-based label has decided to reissue the band;s sole previous album, 1980's Elephant Sunrise. While the album is best known for the impeccable jazz-funk sweetness of "Sugar Free" - recorded, like much of the rest of the album, by a mixture of locals and guest musicians from a nearby U.S army base - there's much to enjoy throughout, from the psychedelic heaviness of opener "TMFF" and elastic dancefloor workout "Psychic Summers", to the slap-bass-propelled funk-rock of "Wild Turkey" and intense, full-throttle closer "Zugabe (Encore)".
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Cat: WAP 384. Rel: 18 Aug 15
Experimental/Electronic
  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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Ragapadani (limited hand-numbered 2xLP)
Cat: AR 011. Rel: 27 Nov 17
Ambient/Drone
  1. Il Sogno Di Ghilli Du
  2. In Chiostro
  3. Danza N.1
  4. Dies Irae
  5. Notturno
  6. Aria
  7. Made In
  8. Marcia Dei Folletti
  9. Danza N 1# 2
  10. Made In Terraneo #2
  11. Ticino Parte 2 (Il Sole E La Neve)
  12. Sogno Di Mezzogiorno
  13. Il Volo
  14. Protoraga
  15. Ticino Parte 3 (Le Rane)
  16. Twin Piece
Review: Roberto Aglieri is a noted Italian flutist and composer, and his 1987 album Ragapadani stands as one of his finest achievements. Archeo Recordings are ever hip to the finest treasures hidden away in the folds of esoteric music, Italian or otherwise, and have done a great service in reissuing the album so that it might reach a wider audience. Aglieri's flute sounds haunting and evocative over the range of delicate synth treatments, largely orbiting the minimal realm but with a naive charm that makes the music wholly accessible at the same time. Soothing, thoughtfully crafted music for tender times.
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Cat: 012016 002001. Rel: 15 Feb 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. 01 (15:30)
  2. 02 (18:06)
Review: Chicago label Chained Library present some contemplative minimal noise experiments courtesy of the mysterious Agnes who presents the 012016002001 EP and it is mastered by the one and only Rashad Becker: which is fitting really. Fans of Becker's recent works will really appreciate these extreme and at times challenging sonic workouts on both sides, approximately 15 minutes each. Both extended pieces are reductionist electronic sound art at its finest. Very intrigued as to what this imprint is up to next.
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Dead Wait EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PAR 003. Rel: 05 Jun 19
Techno
  1. Squid Girls (5:02)
  2. Dead Wait (6:35)
  3. Spice Raiders (5:19)
  4. Scabs (5:35)
Review: Par Avion collective member Agrippa returns with his first full release since last year's "Mygraine Urgraine". Once again getting playful with his titles, once again covering some vast and unforgiving terrains, each of the four cuts takes you to a different corner; "Squid Girls" is an aquatic bashy piece with its techno tendrils lashing wildly, "Dead Wait" is pure crushed stomps with a crunchy warehouse vibe while "Spice Raiders" takes us deep into techno territory; loopy, paranoid and laced with unnerving sound designs before "Scabs" brings us to a fractured close as the 'hot pick' of the EP (not sorry). Time to get Agrippa yourselves...
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Nord Dream (2xLP)
Cat: ISEE 005. Rel: 31 May 17
Ambient/Drone
  1. I Remember (9:01)
  2. Junohiss (3:01)
  3. Nord Dream (12:15)
  4. Sorma (reprise) (3:46)
  5. JV Dream (1:30)
  6. DX Dream (6:19)
  7. Promises (7:44)
  8. Nadejda (feat Lenta) (9:41)
  9. Abram (5:44)
Review: Danish tech house hero Samuel Andre Madsen's International Sun/Earth Explorer has been in fine form since its inception in 2016. How he finds the time between his prolific output as S.A.M. or as part of the power trio Mandar (with Lazare Hoche and Malin Genie) we'll never know but good on him! Unlike his main imprint Delaphine, he started this label as an outlet for the ambient works of himself and other artists such as Pellarin and Route. It now presents a double LP by Iranian producer in Berlin: Ahu, who has had releases on Third Ear and runs the imprint Shahr Farang. A tremendous body of work which is diverse yet cohesive; the bittersweet and evocative betaless journeys are contrasted by a handful of minimal deep house jams of the dubbier persuasion and even some lush shoegaze style moments towards the end. A highly recommended listen.
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Intérprete: Agnostic Rhythm
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Katakata (LP)
Cat: HC 62. Rel: 09 Jan 19
Funk/Reediciones
  1. Katakata (15:51)
  2. Soyoyo (17:12)
Review: Following Hot Casa's reissue of his second album The Black Isaiah Of Africa in 2017, here comes the long awaited repress of Kingsley Aigbologa Bucknor's incredible debut album. Rarer than hen's teeth, known to pass hands for triple figures and so vibrantly freeform and longform; both extensive 15+ minute tracks take up a side each as Kings and his 16 player / 10 backing singer Afrodisk Beat 79 troupe lay down two crisp Afrofunk trips. Singular.
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Flink (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: LFI 003. Rel: 08 Feb 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Haarscheinrussler (23:24)
  2. Rest (15:12)
  3. Lyrebird (7:53)
  4. Ruhig, Brauner (12:43)
  5. Flink (1:43)
  6. Comedie Automatique (7:26)
  7. She Never Lies (7:29)
  8. You & I (6:34)
  9. Wurzelmundqualle (7:08)
Review: Air Cushion Finish formed in Berlin in 2007 and is comprised of composer JayRope and 'natural vocal synthesizer' Lippstueck, who have graced Berlin's underground scene together since the 1990s. Lippstueck sings wordless and backwards in time, while partner JayRope uses a combination of electronic and string instruments in an improvised, DIY fashion. According to Amsterdam based label Lullabies For Insomniacs, their ever evolving setup is imperative and 'subsequently music is programmatic to the band, resulting into an unforeseeable slow motion cacophony of whispers, bleeps, rhythms and harmonies.' The Flink LP is the duo's sixth studio album; a collection of experimental electronics, assembled in freeform fashion alongside some curious field recordings that you can fully immerse yourself in.
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Cat: PRECEPT 017. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Industrial/Noise
  1. About UFO (2:50)
  2. External Mind Fog (4:03)
  3. A Foolish Game (4:02)
  4. Brain Eaters (3:10)
  5. Go Sideways (2:37)
  6. In Front Of You (5:05)
  7. Absenteeist (3:04)
  8. Nothing Between (5:11)
  9. Quiet Movement (4:05)
  10. Metalhead (3:51)
  11. Repeat Itself (2:26)
Review: This cryptic debut from Belgian AIR LQD mixes up science fiction, social criticism and punk ethics into a futuristic sound world where urban decay and artificial intelligence have really taken hold. The brittle, icy electronics of these tracks reminds of Kassem Mosse's experimental lo-fi house work on Workshop. "Repeat Itself" is interspersed with dehumanised voices from a darkened dungeon and leads to some brilliantly unsettling sounds. Abrasive textures rub up next to looping echoes, crashing metal hits and rubbery bass. Though wholly unnatural, paranoid and occult, it all feels so damn right.
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Ice Bridge (12")
Cat: TIMEDANCE 019. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Bass
  1. Ice Bridge (4:44)
  2. Bruxis (4:48)
Review: Batu's Timedance label is in red hot form and Aussie talent Air Max 97 only stokes the fires with this scintillating two tracker. It comes hot on the heels of his link-ups with Loft and TSVI on the "Falling Not Walking" EP back in summer and hones in on tight, well trimmed dance floor dynamite. "Ice Bridge" is post-jungle madness with bold sub bass underpinning a scampish brew of steel plated drums and hits. "Bruxis" is a crowd teasing slow jam with heavy, dragging drums and twisted vocals that will leave you begging for more as you tumble freely through a darkened corner of the cosmos.
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Cat: POLR 004. Rel: 27 Mar 19
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Midnight Sun (Az edit) (6:04)
  2. Canguelo Perro (Az edit) (5:45)
  3. Shojo Showdown (Az edit) (6:01)
  4. South Of Sunset (Az edit) (5:28)
Review: West coast vibe fiend Air Zaire foretells the coming balmy season with four crisp, sunny side edits. Each reaching deep into the Latin melting pot, highlights include the sandy toed, horn laced Balearic bliss of "Canguelo Perro", the unabashed soulful disco uplift of "South Of Sunset", the lolloping funk and warehouse rattling fusion of "Shojo Showdown" and the dreamy pipe fronted "Midnight Sun". Shades till summer and beyond.
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Short Fuse (heavyweight coloured vinyl LP + CD + inserts limited to 250 copies)
Cat: AV 071. Rel: 24 Apr 17
Industrial/Noise
  1. Debug.injector (5:41)
  2. George Kaplan (5:58)
  3. Project FEAR (4:51)
  4. Haarp! The Herald (4:39)
  5. Tensile Strength (5:02)
  6. Solitude In Numbers (5:19)
  7. The Incarceration Of Habit (4:38)
  8. Debug.injector
  9. Self-Prescribed
  10. George Kaplan
  11. Project FEAR
  12. Haarp! The Herald
  13. Tensile Strength
  14. Solitude In Numbers
  15. The Incarceration Of Habit
  16. S'avant Guard
  17. Tilt, Turn, Defenestrate
Review: Hiroshima-based producer Paul T Kirk is hardly prolific, but has nevertheless managed to release a string of fine albums over the last 14 years. Short Fuse is his first set for alt.vinyl and sees him expand on the dusty, otherworldly industrial, illbient and dark IDM experiments of his 2015 full-length, Sometime, Never. Kirk is a talented sound designer, capable of crafting fascinating, fully-formed tracks that rise above a sound soup built on manipulated field recordings, shortwave radio chatter and crackling electronic distortion. It's a formula that not only guarantees atmospheric listening, but also a string of fine tracks that veer from fuzzy industrial intensity to ghostly ambient bliss.
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Cat: SEN 003. Rel: 03 Oct 17
Deep Dubstep
  1. Dreader Than Dread (5:04)
  2. Howl (4:46)
Review: Three releases deep, each one an absolute peach: Youngsta's Sentry label has been total fire so far. Kicking off with dBridge, then Nomine, now the label take us to New Zealand for its third outing as Akcept takes the controls and proceeds to drive on both sides of the road; "Dreader Than Dread" is an epic bounce back 10 years with its brazenly funk horns and rolling chubby bass groove while "Howl" is a lot more spaced out, starker, late night jam with a fatty sub line that should come with a health warning. Stay alert.
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AKG K702 Headphones (headphones)
AKG
Cat: 397325 Rel: 07 Jul 10 • View all Studio headphones
Notes: The K 702 headphones are the new reference for open-back dynamic AKG headphones. They combine an extremely accurate response with yet unseen agility and spaciousness. This is achieved by using revolutionary flat-wire voice coils and a patented Varimotion, 2-layer diaphragm. A totally open design and a high performance cable complete these reference headphones.

Their comfortable, specially shaped 3D-form ear pads and a padded genuine-leather headband ensure a perfect fit. They are individually tested and numbered.

The AKG K 702 let you experience pure perfection.
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The Invitation Of The Dead (gatefold black & white vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: MW 060. Rel: 17 Sep 15
Coldwave/Synth
  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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La'Ila (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: PMG 016LP. Rel: 26 May 16
International
  1. Funky Girl (4:48)
  2. Be Yourself (And Don't Let Nobody Be You) (5:18)
  3. Feel Alone (6:59)
  4. Orule (6:18)
  5. La'Ila (Poor Man's Cry) (4:32)
  6. Tell Me (4:29)
  7. I Don't Want No-Body (To Tell Me What To Do) (4:49)
Review: Also known as the Heads Funk Band, Akwassa were a Nigerian afrobeat ensemble who only produced a few LPs under that particular moniker, but they're ones that have lasted well in the memories of collectors worldwide. La'lla was their 1975 debut, originally out on the Afrodisia label, and we have it here once again in reissue format by PMG out of Austria. "Funky Girl" kicks the party off with a groove that is might difficult not to like - upbeat vocals meet funky synth lines and quirky organs to make a true summer blazer - but the rest of the album follows in a similarly excellent style. "Orule", for example, is one of the best undiscovered afro bombs we've heard in time, those sweet soulful vocals riding high amid a fast-paced percussion rhythm, while others are deeper still and evoke the true spirit of African soul. Very highly recommended.
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Modern Music (LP + booklet)
Cat: HABIBI 006LP. Rel: 27 Apr 17
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Asef Gedan (4:02)
  2. Ebda' Men Gedid (3:47)
  3. Sah (3:44)
  4. Longa 79 (3:31)
  5. El Sobhiya (3:40)
  6. Men Awel Deqiqa (5:18)
  7. Mafatshi Leh (2:49)
  8. Betebki Leh (3:13)
  9. Hatgini Tani (4:02)
  10. Horreya (5:24)
  11. West El Ghabat (5:16)
Review: Arabic music crate-diggers Habibi Funk have so far proved adept at unearthing killer material from the 1970s and '80s that joins the dots between indigenous styles and dominant Western genres. Their latest collection focuses on the work of 1970s Egyptian band Al Massireen, an outfit funded by one of the country's most successful producers of the period, Hany Shenoda. Modern Music, so called because the band was Shenoda's attempt to modernize Arabic music, includes tracks taken from a wealth of forgotten cassettes and albums. Musically, it's rather special; a heady blend of Arabic vocals and instrumentation, orchestral disco influences, blue-eyed soul, grown-up pop and dreamy West Coast style rock.
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Asiatisch (LP)
Cat: HDBLP 024. Rel: 01 May 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Shanzhai (For Shanzhai Biennial) (feat Helen Feng)
  2. Szechuan
  3. Wudang
  4. Loading Beijing
  5. Hainan Island
  6. Shenzhen
  7. Dragon Tattoo
  8. Forbidden City
  9. Shanghai Freeway
  10. Jade Stairs
Review: Multidisciplinary artist Fatima Al Qadiri aligns with Hyperdub to release Asiatisch, a keenly anticipated debut album that's described as a "simulated road trip through an imagined China". First coming to prominence on the UNO label in 2011, Al Qadiri has subsequently provoked critical acclaim for the 2012 Desert Strike EP for Fade To Mind that played on her time spent living in Kuwait as a child, while her work under the Ayshay moniker for Tri Angle explored vocals in a unique manner. Asiatisch expands on the political themes of Desert Strike in a new and unexpected way, and acts as a homage to the style of grime known as "sinogrime". Asian motifs and melodies are prominent throughout whilst conceptually Al Qadiri runs through "the fantasies of east Asia as refracted through pulpy Western pop culture". If that wasn't enough to sell you on the concept, opening track "Shanzhai" is a "nonsensical Mandarin" language cover of Sinead O'Connor's "Nothing Compares 2 U".
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Generators (12")
Cat: FM 12024. Rel: 13 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Generators (7:35)
  2. Minilogue (8:34)
  3. Frame (3:28)
Review: Wurzburg wonder Johannes Albert returns to Frank to cast more of his signature melodic techno spells. As always it's a vast spread; "Generators" is the initial full-pelt blast. A power lightning strike, causing your body to move involuntarily, it's Albert at his most active. "Minilogue" pays homage to Korg with a vibrant arpeggio and shimmering peaks while "Frame" closes on a beatless note; dense atmospheres that enshroud and mystify, it's Johannes at his most alluring. Wunderbar
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BAH 031 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BAH 031. Rel: 05 Dec 16
Disco/Reediciones
  1. En Trance (5:03)
  2. Schwarzen Mer (5:45)
  3. City People (4:33)
  4. Die Marinette Der Zeit (5:21)
Review: The Bahnsteig 23 crew are flying towards the end of the year with a salvo of essential wares from their established crew and new faces alike. Sweden's Albion Venables has been doing the business on labels such as Ambassador's Reception and Macadam Mambo for the past seven years, and his first turn on Bahnsteig doesn't disappoint. In a flurry of eclecticism, the mood veers from the bubbling kosmische tones of "En Trance" through to the schlocky funk of "Schwarzen Mer", mixing live band dynamics with quirky electronics and keeping the groove delightfully authentic. The diversity maintains on the flip as "City People" taps up a moody New York flavour and "Die Marinette Der Zeit" strikes a more classic funk note.
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