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Cat: CRAM 272 (B-STOCK). Rel: 05 Oct 16
  1. Buzq Blues (4:14)
  2. La Hafla (feat Sofiane Saidi) (4:05)
  3. Medahat (4:30)
  4. Le Disco (feat Rizan Said) (4:29)
  5. Gul L'abi (feat A-Wa) (4:12)
  6. Stil (feat Cem Yildiz) (7:02)
  7. A3ssifa (feat Rizan Said) (3:00)
  8. Houria (feat Rachid Taha) (4:20)
  9. Sayarat 303 (5:17)
  10. Tamuzica (feat Jawad El Garrouge) (7:25)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Box damaged, product unused & in perfect condition***

- Creasing/small tear to corner of sleeve

Having previously been responsible for a number of themed compilations for Versatile Records, the Acid Arab crew has finally got round to delivering its' first album of original productions. Naturally, it continues their theme of blending North African and Middle Eastern sounds - be it vocals or instruments - with drum machine rhythms and vintage synthesizer sounds. This, though, is where the similarities to their previous work end. While there are a few house-influenced cuts dotted throughout (see the brilliant "Sayarat 303"), for the most part Musique De France veers further towards off-kilter electronic pop. Along the way, they doff a collective cap to new wave, punk-funk, and hazy indie-pop. While it may lack the crackling energy of their more dancefloor-minded productions, it's still a hugely enjoyable set.
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Cat: CRAM 272. Rel: 05 Oct 16
  1. Buzq Blues
  2. La Hafla (feat Sofiane Saidi)
  3. Medahat
  4. Le Disco (feat Rizan Said)
  5. Gul L'abi (feat A-Wa)
  6. Stil (feat Cem Yildiz)
  7. A3ssifa (feat Rizan Said)
  8. Houria (feat Rachid Taha)
  9. Sayarat 303
  10. Tamuzica (feat Jawad El Garrouge)
Review: Having previously been responsible for a number of themed compilations for Versatile Records, the Acid Arab crew has finally got round to delivering its' first album of original productions. Naturally, it continues their theme of blending North African and Middle Eastern sounds - be it vocals or instruments - with drum machine rhythms and vintage synthesizer sounds. This, though, is where the similarities to their previous work end. While there are a few house-influenced cuts dotted throughout (see the brilliant "Sayarat 303"), for the most part Musique De France veers further towards off-kilter electronic pop. Along the way, they doff a collective cap to new wave, punk-funk, and hazy indie-pop. While it may lack the crackling energy of their more dancefloor-minded productions, it's still a hugely enjoyable set.
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Cat: HJRCD 60 (B-STOCK). Rel: 23 Apr 12
  1. RIP (1:16)
  2. Ascending (2:00)
  3. Holy Water (1:39)
  4. Marble Plexus (2:00)
  5. Uriel's Black Harp (2:00)
  6. Jardin (2:00)
  7. Serpent (2:00)
  8. Shadow From Tartarus (2:00)
  9. Tree Of Knowledge (2:00)
  10. Raven (2:00)
  11. Glint (0:37)
  12. Caves Of Paradise (2:00)
  13. The Lord's Graffiti (2:00)
  14. IWAAD (2:00)
  15. NEW (2:00)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Box damaged, product unused & in perfect condition***

- Creasing to corner of sleeve

"It's like painting with button and sliders... Melting and dripping, seeping yourself liquid into the machinery." So said Darren Cunningham when discussing the creation of R.I.P, his long awaited follow up to Splazsh. It's a compelling image that works in practice too. R.I.P creates microcosmic sound worlds within each track: "Holy Water" for instance tumbles in on itself in a melange of shimmering sine wave droplets, while the pitch shifted waves of "Tree Of Knowledge" seem to inhale and exhale like a living being, crumpling inwards on itself to repeat the same motion ad infinitum. And although it uses much the same, occasionally abrasive sonic building blocks as Cunningham's been developing for many years, the pastoral tones of "Uriel's Black Harp" and the Alva Noto styles of "Jardin" make R.I.P a surprisingly graceful album. It may not be techno as many will know it, but Cunningham has never made techno in the traditional sense anyway - and it's clear on listening to R.I.P that he's only just beginning to realise the musical forms that have been swarming inside his brain for years.
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  1. The Tropical Year
  2. Raindance
  3. Storm Tree
  4. Dissolving Images
  5. Dust/Mist (feat Simon Crab)
  6. Casting The Runes
  7. Hors De Combat
  8. Invisible Seekers (feat Shawn O' Sullivan)
  9. Crow
  10. Things About To Disappear
  11. Make Words Split & Crack
Review: Three years have passed since Alessandro Adriani impressed with his debut album, an industrial, EBM, techno and neo-trance inspired set that marked the Berlin-based Italian as a producer on the rise. "Morphic Dreams", his belated sequel, may explore some of the same influences, but Adriani's vision seems far more widescreen. Check, for example, the decaying urban ambience of "Casting The Runes", the buzzing and bubbling synth-wave throb of "Raindance", the tactile slo-mo bliss of Simon Crab collab "Dust/Mist" and the grandiose, rising intensity of dystopian soundscape "Crow". There are, of course, a number of muscular, EBM-influenced club cuts, with the Nitzer Ebb-esque "Dissolving Images" and fizzing "Storm Tree" standing out.
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Cat: SKALD 035. Rel: 19 Sep 19
  1. Day Tuner
  2. And!
  3. Guess What
  4. Work It
  5. Now What
  6. Start Again (part 4)
  7. Blanket Ban
  8. Filandank
  9. Wtfwtfwtf
  10. You Heard Me The First Time
  11. The Middle Middle
  12. Hiaea
  13. OD
  14. The Beginning
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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Intérprete: MUSAR Recordings
 in stock $11.76
Unieqav (CD)
Cat: N 045. Rel: 14 Mar 18
  1. Uni Sub
  2. Uni Mia
  3. Uni Version
  4. Uni Clip
  5. Uni Normal
  6. Uni Mic A
  7. Uni Blue
  8. Uni Mic B
  9. Uni Dna (feat Anne-James Chaton)
  10. Uni Edit
  11. Uni Tra
  12. Uni Chord
Review: Back in 2008, noted experimentalist Alva Noto began a sporadic series of albums that were far more focused on dancefloor-inspired rhythms than his usual eccentric and inspiring fare. Unieqav is the third and, we're told, final part of the series. The album is apparently meant to be a sonic representation of an underwater dive, a conceptual theme which manifests itself through the storied producer's use of deep and atmospheric chords, fluid and occasionally glistening electronics, and rhythms that evoke images of ever-deeper dives into the dark, cold depths. Rhytmically, there are nods to electro, IDM, dub techno and Autechre, though the mood remains laidback and intoxicated throughout.
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Gens (CD)
Cat: OSTGUTCD 42. Rel: 07 Mar 18
  1. Gens
  2. Sphera
  3. Ab Intus
  4. Sensa
  5. Knbn2
  6. Orarum
  7. Mora
  8. Cicadae
  9. Res
  10. Audax
  11. Tu
  12. An Unattainable Distance
Review: Berghain resident Patrick Graeser returns as part of the Ostgut Ton family, with his second full length opus. Much like his 2014 debut Code, Graeser has honed a hybrid musical approach that stands out in a world of uniform 4/4 techno - as heard over the years on MDR, Music Man and of course his own Answer Code Request imprint. Gens is a diverse yet cohesive affair, between the more straight-ahead tracks like "Knbn2", "Cicadae" or the particularly seething "Sphera" (which are breakbeat driven, bass-heavy and UK inspired), there are some mentalist IDM journeys ("Ab Intus/Audax") and even breathtaking ambient moments like "Orarum" and "Mora". Brilliant stuff.
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Rising (CD)
Cat: TOKEN 88CD. Rel: 19 Nov 18
  1. Rising
  2. Sands Of Time
  3. Perchance To Dream
  4. Lost & Found
  5. Out There
  6. Duality Of Mind
  7. It Follows
  8. Infinite Limit
  9. Dume
  10. Irreversible
  11. Love Field
Review: Despite becoming a serious force in the contemporary techno scene over the last seven years, Antonin Jeanson has never released an album. He's made plenty of killer 12" singles, but for one reason or another has never applied his trademark style to the long-playing format. It's perhaps a surprise then, that his debut album, "Rising", is a near perfect example of a modern techno album. There are quite a few atmospheric and ear-catching dancefloor workouts - see the bustling beats and creepy electronics of "Perchance To Dream", the dark throb of "Duality of Mind" and the slamming psych-techno of "It Follows" - but also more considered, left-of-centre trips into IDM, ambient techno and otherworldly ambient territory. It's these diversions that make the album such an entertaining and rewarding listen.
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Intérprete: Sanderson Dear
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Cat: TRESOR 262C. Rel: 20 Jun 13
  1. Electric Garden (Jazz In The Garden mix)
  2. Electric Dub
  3. Footprints
  4. Electric Garden (original mix)
  5. Treehouse
  6. Mars Garden
  7. Digital Forest
  8. Afterlude
Review: Borderland sees the illustrious Juan Atkins & Moritz von Oswald join forces for an album of meditative techno for Tresor. The partnership marks the first time Juan Atkins and Moritz von Oswald have directly collaborated in 20 years, though both have regularly assisted each other's work behind the scenes. Von Oswald played an important role in engineering much of Model 500's R&S catalogue, while Atkins supplied his mixing craft and two edits on Thomas Fehlmann & Moritz von Oswald's early '90s project 3MB. This eponymously titled album is skewed toward club-orientated electronic music blessed with a freedom for organic musical experimentation and expect to sink into a soundscape where melodic and textural motifs float in and out of focus.
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Transport (CD)
Cat: TRESOR 285CD. Rel: 27 Apr 16
  1. Transport
  2. Lightyears
  3. Odyssey
  4. Riod
  5. Merkur
  6. 2600
  7. Zeolites
Review: To coincide with the twenty-fifth anniversary of Berlin club Tresor, Juan Atkins and Moritz Von Oswald have released a second Borderland album together. It begins in ominous mode, with the title track's brooding bass tones casting a long, dark shadow, but the pair soon find a way to break away from the gloom with the mesmerising chords and heavy rhythm of "Lightyears" and the wonderfully spacey Detroit techno of "Riod". Both "Odyssey" and "Merkur" push the tempo back down but keep an emphasis on hypnotic, woozy textures, snappy drums and jazzy tones, while "2600" shows that Van Oswald hasn't lost his ability to craft dub-heavy, dreamy techno.
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Walzerzyklus (CD + insert)
Cat: RM 176 2. Rel: 09 Feb 18
  1. Leitmotif I
  2. Transhuman Melody
  3. Be Bop A Lula
  4. Leitmotif II
  5. Maschinenwalzer
  6. Alliiertenwalzer
  7. Leitmotif III
Review: Over the last four decades, we've come accustomed to veteran electronic experimentalist Uwe Schmidt surprising us with each successive album. Even so, we were still pleasantly surprised by his latest Atom TM release, whose title - Walzeryklus ("Waltz Cycle") - offers a hint to his latest inspiration. Recorded with angel-voiced singer Lisokot, the album is entirely made up of tracks recorded in the 3/4 time signature of classic waltz. Naturally, these waltzes are unlike anything you'll have heard before, variously taking in neo-classical inspired ambient, eccentric left-of-centre synth-pop, bubbly electronica, fizzing Rephlex style "Braindance" and even a gtouch of wonky, mind-altering techno.
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Dual Aura (CD)
Cat: SV 28. Rel: 12 Mar 19
  1. Structural Lines
  2. Structural Lines (Ambience)
  3. Textural Dub
  4. Modern Nature
  5. Modern Nature (Ambience)
  6. Dual Aura Dub
 in stock $16.58
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