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In Your Face
Cat: SUF 112. Rel: 18 Apr 24
In Your Face (5:40)
Assimilate (7:13)
I'm Fvxked (6:42)
Never Changes (6:20)
Review: In the realm of electronic music, 'In Your Face' EP by Acerbic emerges as a sonic assault that shatters boundaries and plunges listeners into an abyss of acid-tinged techno. An adrenaline-fueled shot, this four-track E.P. pulsates with raw energy and uncompromising intensity. 'In Your Face' sets the tone with its relentless 90s acid techno grooves, transporting listeners to the heart of the rave scene. Its abrasive and confrontational energy creates an atmosphere both exhilarating and intimidating. 'Assimilate' takes on a darker and more menacing persona, as the stomping beats and menacing synths evoke images of underground warehouse parties. 'I'm Fvxked' cranks up the intensity ever higher, pushing the boundaries of acid techno with its relentless pace and distorted soundscapes. The E.P. concludes with 'Never Changes', a testament to the enduring power of hardcore techno. Acerbic's In Your Face E.P. is a sonic tour de force that pushes the limits of techno music. Its aggressive and confrontational approach leaves an indelible mark on the listener. Hardcore, you know the score!
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Intérprete: Perc
 in stock $13.24
I Got My Man
Cat: ATJ 013. Rel: 14 Sep 23
I Got My Man (M I T A remix) (6:16)
House Your Body (4:50)
I Got My Man (5:38)
Ooohh I Love It (4:59)
 in stock $14.82
Wavy Gravity
Cat: EVADI 05. Rel: 16 Apr 24
Wavy Gravity (7:00)
Purpurea (6:14)
Select (6:44)
Speed (5:24)
Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $19.60
Fasla
Fasla (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: BP 020. Rel: 25 Aug 22
Kesibt (feat SHBL-LBSH) (5:34)
Fasla (feat SHBL-LBSH) (3:34)
Mawkif (4:47)
Hanshoof (4:37)
Review: Cairo based producer Hassan Abou Alam joins the revered ranks of the Banoffee Pies label here as it clocks up the 20th release. It is a punchy techno offering that opens with the roaming, brain-numbing leads of 'Kesibt' (feat SHBL-LBSH). The bass comes heavy, the percussion is raw, the refracted vocal a great hook. 'Fasla' (feat SHBL-LBSH) is hyperdrive double-time techno with wobbly bottom ends, 'Mawkif' further plays with the rules with its hopping hits and driving bass and this more original and inventive of offerings closes with 'Hanshoof', a physical bit of percussive techno funk.
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 in stock $12.18
Orderly Chaos
Orderly Chaos (marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: VNR 043. Rel: 12 Mar 21
Orderly Chaos (6:15)
Future Dancefloor (6:32)
Into The Unknown (6:59)
Dark Space (6:31)
 in stock $14.30
Infinity
Infinity (12")
Cat: VNR 039. Rel: 04 Oct 19
Infinity (5:17)
Distorted Signal (5:58)
Alienist (5:24)
Distance (6:05)
Intérprete: Blasha & Allatt
 in stock $14.30
Week-End (B-STOCK)
Week-End (B-STOCK) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DEGREY 002 (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Jan 90
Review: ***B-STOCK: No hand stamp***


De Grey launched last year with a 12" from Webstarr, and now it follows up with the raw, rough and ready sound of Jack Angle. "Week-End" is a lithe, percussive beast of a track that matches bloated kicks with glassy hits for a tracky but distinctive end result. "6PNHHPE" is a looped up, off-kilter affair that sports an industrial techno thread but heads into stranger territory with ease. "Stablilizer" is a more balanced, melodic affair but again those distinctive metallic tones pervade the mix and inject some real character into Angle's music. "Selta" takes this approach and whips it up into the most lively, peak-time minded belter on the whole record, sneakily tucked away on the B2.
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 in stock $5.61
Psion (Claudio Prc mixes)
Cat: MIST 004. Rel: 20 Oct 21
Psion (5:52)
Psion (Claudio Prc remix) (6:56)
Stone Eater (5:25)
Stone Eater (Claudio Prc remix) (6:13)
Review: Sure Thing welcomes two new additions to the label with a long-distance collaboration between Seattle's Archivist and Berlin's Claudio PRC. Two original productions from Archivist recall dense, billowing fog and the gentle shimmer of waves, each re-imagined through Claudio PRC's exacting lens into novel forms that spiral with steady, monolithic intent. Brought together, an expansive double vision, an exploration of the compelling nature of movement and air each within the other.
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 in stock $3.71
Groove (remastered)
Cat: SMR 015. Rel: 26 May 23
Big Groove (6:10)
Tribal Groove (6:51)
Big Tribal Groove (Trent remix) (6:33)
Review: Sound Metaphors continue to indulge their love of early to mid 90s club gear from back when trance was trance and the possibilities were still wide open. They already released The Factory by Italian producer Sergio Fazio last year, and now he's dug into the archives and pulled out an unreleased EP from the same mid 90s era which never quite materialised under his AssueFazio alias. If you appreciate throbbing, proggy tech-trance heavy on the drums and bubbling just below boiling point, you're going to love this EP. Trent knows what's up, delivering a remix that maintains that teasing, pensive mood to perfection.
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 in stock $19.60
Angles
Angles (12")
Cat: TRESOR 296. Rel: 25 Jul 17
Concave 1 (5:07)
Concave 2 (9:41)
Review: Detroit godfather Juan Atkins and Berlin techno legend Moritz Von Oswald return as Borderland, one of several collaborations since 1992 and following up their 2016 album for Tresor: the Transport LP which again consolidated both respective artist's solid studio experience, honed over the last 30 years. The funky, slightly bumpin' and absolutely addictive hi-tech soul of "Concave 1" will have you grooving away on a late night dancefloor in Berlin or beyond with its evocative and life affirming vibes. On the flip "Concave 2" further explores their studio refined sequences on this heady and hypnotic journey full of woozy arpeggios, steely rhythms and dubby bass frequencies.
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Transport
Transport (2xLP reeditado)
Cat: TRESOR 285. Rel: 10 May 24
Transport (7:17)
Odyssey (7:30)
Lightyears (6:06)
2600 (6:39)
Merkur (4:03)
Riod (9:16)
Zeolites (11:35)
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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 in stock $29.65
OSC 002
OSC 002 (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: OCS 002. Rel: 02 May 24
Avant OCS - "Infernal Overture" (5:23)
Red Rooms - "Vertical Limit" (5:20)
Maoh - "Culto" (5:43)
Uvall - "Rotanev" (5:02)
 in stock $13.51
SCI 002
SCI 002 (12")
Cat: SCI 002. Rel: 05 Feb 24
Baby Ford - "Twisted Wheel" (9:22)
Franky Greiner - "Alumikilos" (15:31)
Review: Baby Ford and Franky Greiner share duties for the first time on this wonky, bass-heavy new one for Scious. A split 12" for heads who like things furtive, self-effacing, sophisticated; Ford brings up the A with 'Twisted Wheel', which enamours the listener with its beastly bass snarls and industrial janks, giving the overall effect of a yet unscanned lifeform slowly making its way towards us. Greiner's 'Alumkilos', on the B, contrasts this by fleshing out the mids and delivering a crepuscular acid arp centre, backed up by watery textures and organic rimshots.
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 in stock $14.30
Going Home EP (reissue) (B-STOCK)
Cat: BTL 006T (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Jan 90
Placid Angles
Detroit Moments
Going Home
Review: ***B-STOCK: Slight surface marks ***


Since launching in early 2020, archival techno specialists Back to Life has reissued some genuine gems from the likes of Ron Trent and Chez Damier, Bam Bam, G-Man and Leo Anibaldi. Their latest missive comes courtesy of the effervescent John Beltran and his lesser-known Nostalgic project. What we get is fully remastered versions of a trio of tracks from 2006's Going Home EP. On the A-side you'll find the original EP's standout cut, 'Placid Angles', a deliciously dreamy chunk of house-tempo Motor City techno rich in undulating analogue bass, sunny chords and intergalactic melodies. It's backed on side B by short IDM number 'Detroit Movements' and 'Going Home', a superbly emotive, atmospheric and immersive sci-fi techno number that's as blissful and positive as they come.
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out of stock $12.70
Discipline
Cat: RET 002. Rel: 15 Mar 18
Till I Die (7:08)
Drivers License (5:49)
Discipline (7:23)
Undisciplined (Lenson edit) (5:13)
Intérprete: Ney Faustini
 in stock $14.30
EP 2 (2023 Repress)
EP 2 (2023 Repress) (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ZEIT 002. Rel: 12 Jul 23
Crook Acid (5:03)
Sneaking Out Of The Club (5:06)
Untitled 38490 (4:17)
Untitled 2 (3:39)
JP To Tape (3:46)
Review: Binary Digit's 'EP1' much like its predecessor 'EP2' now receives a welcome re-press from Zeitnot having sold out in a super quick time the first time around. It is a collision of essential electronic sounds from electro to acid. 'Crook Acid' is first up and hurries along with busy acid lines and urgent, tightly coiled drum funk. There is just as much pace and sense of speed to 'Sneaking Out Of The Club' with its shining cosmic lines and gurgling bass. 'Untitled 38490' brings a different look with happy piano energy and two further jams continue to work the floor into a sweat.
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Silenced (remastered)
Cat: DUSTCD 120. Rel: 05 Apr 24
Trojan Horus (part 1)
Trojan Horus (part 2)
Lam Vril
Truth Benders DIE
Bolt 23 Blue Screen Ov Death
Alt/Return/Dash/Kill
Bolt 777 Ordinary Boy
Drexian City RIDE
Remote Viewing (with Steve Severin)
Gummi Void
Machine Machina
The Stele Of Revealing
Songs For Other People
Break Down On Lake Shore Drive
Bolt 33 Glitch & Chin
Sudden Intake
4 3s 555 (part 1)
4 3s 555 (part 2)
Review: Originally released in 2005, Silenced captures the essence of The Black Dog's enigmatic allure, transporting listeners to otherworldly realms with its lush, tuneful compositions and angular genius. Each track on the album is a testament to the group's unparalleled ability to surprise and entrance, evoking a sense of both unease and beauty. For fans of The Black Dog, Silenced serves as a welcome treat, while also serving as an entry point for those new to the group's mesmerising soundscapes. Definitelt one of their best full length albums yet to date.
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 in stock $14.30
Blotter Trax 2.0
Cat: FR 045. Rel: 22 Feb 19
Track 1 (11:24)
Track 2 (5:55)
Track 3 (7:10)
 in stock $11.12
The Realm (B-STOCK)
Cat: GR 12118 (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Jan 90
The Realm (Love In D Minor mix) (1:04)
The Realm (acappella) (0:57)
The Realm (Rave mix) (7:01)
The Realm (Wild club remix) (7:25)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Slight surface marks ***


Groovin Italy landed a monumental reissue for the label with C'hantal's 'The Realm'. Originally released way back in 1990 on the dance and early Brooklyn based Powertraxx records. Staying true to the original release, it offers the 'Love In D Minor' mix but does one better in tucking in the Acapella version to the A-side so the B-side 2 versions have a little more room to breathe. The added bonus has to be putting on the more rare "Wild Club mix' to the party along with the original 'Rave Mix'. All and all, a very packed reissue of some of the best versions of the track, all on one record. This might just hold the number one spot for best techno reissue so far of 2024.
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out of stock $13.77
Butterfly Effect
Cat: TRP 047. Rel: 21 Mar 24
Climb To The Summit Of Life (6:02)
Red Carpet (4:16)
Divina Luxuria (5:04)
Hgxx (5:01)
Spicy Tuna (5:58)
Panic Attack (5:51)
Flashing Lights (6:34)
Less Polished (6:04)
 in stock $29.13
Ultimata
Ultimata (marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: KW 056. Rel: 22 Apr 24
The Cosmic Knife Edge (5:55)
Fight Or Flight (5:41)
Ultimata (6:08)
Lost In Time (6:00)
Intérprete: Philippe Petit
 in stock $15.10
NET23EP 3
NET23EP 3 (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: NET23EP 3. Rel: 05 Apr 24
Crystal Distortion - "Panasonic" (8:48)
69db - "Water" (5:10)
69db & Meltdown Mickey - "Drivin" (4:16)
Review: The third welcome release in the vital NETWORK 23 remastered repress series comprises another three essential tracks. The A-Side showcases 'Panasonic,' a solo cut by Crystal Distortion that is pure experimental techno-madness. Flip it over and on the B-side you will find two tracks by 69db. 'Water' is a fizzing, dense, caustic mix of impenetrable rhythm and groove, and the second 'Drivin' is a collaboration with the original Spiral Tribe member, Meltdown Mickey, that again sounds like little else with its skittish loops, fizzing synth textures and unrelenting rhythms.
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Stellar Mode 003
Stellar Mode 003 (lathe-cut vinyl 12")
Cat: STMO 003. Rel: 30 Apr 24
Dagobert - "Beyond Light" (7:29)
Dagobert - "Com-Sequences" (6:06)
Kalson - "The Origin Of Energy" (6:26)
Kalson - "Luminous Horizon" (5:38)
Review: Dagobert & Kalson deliver the third instalment of their serial Stellar Mode project, which sticks out like a rogue planet amid a sea of drab and unremarkable stylistic orbiters. This four-track cosmic fulguration consists of two tracks by each artist, and is notable for its ultra-glossy action-packed ambient breaks content; they've just done something wonderfully extra to the sound here, treating each element like exoplanetary objects of study and refinement. As Kraftwerkish sequences and ambient soundscapes collide with planetary ring systems of bass and plucksynth, what's not to love here?
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 in stock $19.60
Dataverse EP
Cat: DMA 001. Rel: 12 Mar 24
DR Esse
Running Around (3:08)
Slam Jam
Atmosfear
Review: The Italian duo Data Memory Access has already made some waves with the first handful of their releases and The Dataverse EP is filled with excellent futuristic dance music that gives a nod to 90s sounds. The pulsating electro techno of 'DR Ease' is primed for dancefloor destruction. The melody addition combines with the acid line together is pure aural ecstasy. The upbeat straight forward sounds of 'Running Around' is very refreshing, bringing back some fun back to techno. 'Slam Jam' furthers with a Kraftwerk-type sound that will work with the older and younger fans of electronic music. Lastly, 'Atmosphere' just might be the dark horse of the EP with this slammin' otherworldly cut. Data Memory Access is bringing the fun back to techno with these energetic dancefloor bombs.
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Nightclub Pros Vol 1
Cat: INV 037. Rel: 03 May 22
Dave Black - "Hedonism" (6:20)
Chlar - "Invoking Spirits" (6:10)
Roll Dann - "Norwellian" (5:30)
Maxx Rossi - "Twenty-Four-Seven" (7:10)
 in stock $12.70
Atmospherica Vol 1
Cat: SOMA 446. Rel: 20 Nov 15
Fargo (12:32)
CMOS Therapy (7:08)
Night Song (5:55)
Review: The ever-busy Rod Modell has a new album due on Soma later this month. Ahead of that set - his fourth for Slam's long-running label - he's decided to put out this taster 12". Curiously, though Atmospherica Volume 1 doesn't contain any tracks from that album, instead serving up three new treats. 12-minute A-side "Fargo" is undoubtedly the star attraction, offering a chunkier-than-usual take on his weed-enhanced dub techno grooves, paranoid textures and loopy electronics. "CMOS Therapy" is even more up-tempo in feel, with urgent rhythms, surging motifs and notably fizzing cymbals. Finally, "Night Song" sees Modell trek deep into the jungle for inspiration, returning with a muddy chunk of dub techno humidity.
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! low stock $14.30
Electric Drive
Cat: FRO 006. Rel: 15 Jun 23
Electric Drive (4:08)
Mission (4:44)
No Return (5:22)
Relink (4:20)
Review: London club fabric has done a fine job of quality establishing its in house label Fabric Originals as a seriously high quality outlet for a range of electronic sounds from the vanguard. It helps when you can call on talents as acclaimed as Marcel Dettmann who steps up here with Electric Drive. He offers six tracks of his usual driving, heavy techno that manages to be physically potent and moving as well as emotionally stirring. His no-nonsense percussive lines and ability to elevate tools to an all-new level are laid bare here with tracks rooted in Berlin but suited for the world's greatest dancefloors.
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 in stock $13.24
The Essence Of Thought
Cat: SCR 005. Rel: 16 Apr 24
Higher Order (3:26)
Higher Order (club mix) (5:24)
The Essence Of Thought (3:31)
Digital Attack (5:32)
Review: Digital Imagination first dropped their The Essence of Thought back in the nineties and now the cult favourite gets a nice reissue in time for summer when it will be perfect post-rave comedown tackle. It is a sci-fi inspired mixture of house, transcend trip hop of the era with lots of analogue action and dusty drum breaks, smart little samples that add a cinematic edge and some lovely basslines. It was produced by a young Ted Heinz and originally release by Concept Records. OGs are hard to come by so don't sleep on the one which has been restored from the original DAT tape.
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 in stock $20.12
Work In Progress (remixes)
Cat: MT 174. Rel: 23 Apr 24
Work In Progress (Jon Dixon remix) (5:32)
Work In Progress (DJ Godfather remix) (4:15)
Kazani (5:33)
Work In Progress (5:41)
Review: There is a big-hitting trio of Detroit techno titans all featuring on this one EP: DJ 3000 is behind the originals which are 'Kazani', a serrated and corrugated electro-techno bumper with rigid metal synths and flashy synth melodies that dart about like fireflies, and thumping deep dub techno in the form of 'Work In Progress'. It is Jon Dixon who first remixes this one and remodelled it as a more hurried, hard edge and alien techno rhythm with bunce in the beats, and last of all DJ Godfather's remix races off to the cosmos with a classic bit of high-speed, frantic and synth-laced Detroit techno minimalism.
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Acid Revolt Unit 03
Cat: ACIDREVOLTUNIT 03. Rel: 07 Oct 06
DJ Cyclone - "Fucking Acid Techno"
Samshoot - "Recacid"
Barouf - "Universzalni"
Barouf - "Iron Mind"
Review: Nice acidcore banging tunes, some slow, some fast featuring Les Enfants Sages.
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 in stock $6.09
If The Glove Fits EP
Cat: LIVITY 064. Rel: 07 May 24
Bloodhound (3:51)
Autumn Layers (4:39)
If The Glove Fits (4:23)
Burndown (3:53)
Review: ...wear it. Words and sounds to live by from Livity Sounds' DJ Polo, who lays down four new ones for the esteemed Bristol dance label. Echoing labelmate Ploy's latest output and verging on the tupletting sounds of broken beat and batida, we'd wager lead track 'If The Glove Fits' is a coded nod to the similarly named Hackney nightclub; opener 'Bloodhound', meanwhile, veers towards gqom with its underground pounds and breathy 'haah's. 'Burndown' gets chuggier and less merciful with things and is probably the peaktime tune of the bunch.
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Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $14.57
124
124 (180 gram vinyl 12" with obi-strip)
Cat: TRESOR 332. Rel: 20 Dec 21
Messy Kafka World (5:23)
Synthi Chase (5:19)
Wooden Dolls Don't Cry (6:06)
Cassiopea 36 (6:33)
Review: By now, we should all know exactly what to expect from Italian techno veteran Donato Dozzy, namely robust, forthright cuts that combine intoxicating and industrial aural textures with impeccable sound design. 124, his latest EP for Tresor, continues in a similar vein. After opening with some slipped tribal textures - the echoing marimba melodies, delay-laden metallic clanks, unsettling atmospherics and sub-heavy grooves of 'Messy Kafka World' - Dozzy flits between buzzing, drum-dominated minimalism ('Synthi Chase'), loopy late-night hypnotism ('Wooden Dolls Don't Cry', where he wrests maximum dancefloor impact from a small selection of sonic elements) and skewed techno psychedelia (the decidedly trippy 'Cassiopeia 36').
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 in stock $11.39
Magda (B-STOCK)
Cat: SPAZIO 028 (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Jan 90
Review: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***


Italy's techno maestro Donato Dozzy returns with a long player on his own Spazio Disponibile, which is always a cause for celebration. Anyone familiar with Dozzy's illustrious career to date will be more than satisfied with the mood he strikes on Magda, as the subtlest of rhythmic sequences plot a course through expansive landscapes of drones and processing for a truly mesmerising experience. This is absolutely a techno work, but it's a far cry from the formulaic demands of the genre as Dozzy leans into his ambient sensibilities for an assured, refined release from a true master of the sound.
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 in stock $27.53
Alien Dancer EP
Cat: MUOVO 03. Rel: 11 Mar 24
Alien Dancer (Sandu vocal mix) (7:14)
Alien Dancer (Cristian Croce remix) (6:50)
Is Coming From Space (6:34)
ADHD Sweetshit (7:25)
 in stock $18.28
Evolv: The remixes (B-STOCK)
Evolv: The remixes (B-STOCK) (translucent red vinyl 12")
Cat: TEC 9S5 (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Jan 90
Descent (Carl Craig remix) (8:06)
Dark Matter (LB dub Corp remix) (6:41)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Slight creasing on the record sleeve***


Dubfire's EVOLV presents two captivating techno remixes that showcase the distinct styles of renowned artists. Carl Craig's 'Descent' remix unfolds as a gradual builder, echoing his signature style. An underlying acid line intertwines with a soaring melody, incorporating elements of house music. Conversely, LB Dub Corp's 'Dark Matter' remix plunges into a percussive techno realm, its peak-time intensity bringing melodic depth and creating an immersive and dynamic journey.
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Natural Selection
Cat: NRTR 001. Rel: 05 Apr 24
Natural Selection (6:15)
Deactivation (6:34)
Terminus (End mix) (6:13)
Prewire (5:14)
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Diamond Bullet (reissue)
Cat: TM 021. Rel: 16 Apr 24
Act 1 - Will To Power (6:22)
Act 2 - Beyond Judgement (5:38)
Act 3 - Ritual (6:35)
Act 4 - Nighthawk (5:37)
Review: 'Diamond Bullet' is a chill out masterpiece that epitomises Effective Force's pioneering style. With its laid back groove and hypnotic rhythms, the track immerses listeners into a sonic journey through the German trance scene of the early 1990s. The driving force behind the music is undeniable, as Johnny Klimek and Paul Browse skillfully blend elements of trance, techno, and ambient music to create an electrifying experience. The track's four original remixes offer unique interpretations, each adding layers of depth and complexity to the already captivating composition. From the infectious energy of the beats to the ethereal melodies that weave throughout, 'Diamond Bullet' is a great example of the psychedelic underground trance scene of the era.
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Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan
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Closing Motif EP
Cat: ECHOCORD 091. Rel: 21 Mar 23
Faith (6:13)
Faith (Deadbeat In The Chapel dub) (6:14)
Closing Motif (9:44)
Closing Motif (Luke Hess remix) (6:36)
Review: Dub techno black magic from London's El Choop here. This latest EP 'Closing Motif' sounds rather like what would have happened to Rhythm & Sound's music if their gear had been swapped out with alien technology. Opting for hi-fi sonics while indulging in an unabashed mould-breaking not normally found in the comparatively functional genre, opener 'Faith' is super light on the cutoff filter, with its lead line dominating a pressurized, tinnitussy mix. It's one of the brightest dub techno tracks we've ever heard. From there, we're plugged back into depth, with bits like 'Closing Motif' going for a catchy low melody line, not to mention the space-reverbed 808s cropping up on the steller Luke Hess remix.
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 in stock $13.24
Illegal Alien XVI Years Vol 5
Illegal Alien XVI Years Vol 5 (yellow marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: IARLTDXVI 5. Rel: 07 Nov 23
Electric Indigo - "Mod16" (6:14)
DJ Shufflemaster - "Bizarre" (6:49)
Maccaaria - "Vcntdprlsqm" (3:10)
Tripeo - "Pollywog" (5:37)
Unkle Fon - "Violet" (5:09)
Urban Groove - "Aftertouch" (4:33)
Review: Illegal Alien continues its 16th anniversary celebrations here with another volume, the fifth, of its limited edition Illegal Alien XVI series. Across all eight volumes once they are out there will be a total of 44 exclusive tracks and 46 great artists all tracing the evolution of techno over the last decade and a half. This edition is a superb one that fins plenty of innovation in techno, from the paranoid and warped synth energy of DJ Shufflemaster's 'Bizarre' to the tightly woven and intricate synth layers of Urban Groove's 'Aftertouch' via Unkle Fon's dry, stepped back techno funker 'Violet.'
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 in stock $15.35
Substance & Function
Substance & Function (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: ABLK 006. Rel: 12 Mar 24
Ephem - "Dizzy" (7:11)
Hidden Sequence - "Optical Drive" (6:16)
Anthony Georges Patrice - "Easy To Love" (Tunnel Vision mix) (9:50)
Review: Anthony Georges Patrice's Ausblick label has trod a fine path over the course of its first five releases and the good work continues on its sixth outing which is a new various artists affair. It is Berlin based Ephem who kicks off with 'Dizzy' and all its bumpy beast and raw perc, then Koln's Hidden Sequence follows with 'Optical Drive' that is more stripped back and powered by warming sub bass. Anthony Georges Patrice himself then completes the hat trick with 'Easy To Love' (Tunnel Vision Mix) which over ten sublime minutes brings some more airy, double doit flavoured and has already been getting plays from Mosaic boss Steve O'Sullivan.
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Tags: Minimal | Dub Techno
 in stock $14.30
Avichrom
Avichrom (gatefold 3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: K7 404LP. Rel: 04 Mar 22
Schwarzhalstaucher Black-Necked Grebe (3:56)
Blaumeise Blue Tit (5:09)
Purpurreiher Purple Heron (8:36)
Weissstorch White Stork (4:54)
Grunfink Greenfinch (6:52)
Gelbspotter Icterine Warbler (8:25)
Braunkehlchen Brown Whinchat (11:12)
Goldregenpfeifer Golden Plover (5:52)
Rotmilan Red Kite (8:17)
Grauspecht Grey-Headed Woodpecker (8:38)
Silbermowe Silver Herring Gull (5:39)
 in stock $14.30
Anatolian Weapons Remixes
Cat: TM 017. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Honeymoon (Definitive mix) (9:30)
Calling The Quarters (Beauty Below mix) (7:20)
Outlandis (Deep Anatolian mix) (5:29)
Chalice (Secret Acid mix) (9:48)
Review: Robbert Heynen aka Exquisite Corpse served up one of last year's finest EPs with his Integration 12". Now though he has opened up his superb archives and invited the one and only Greek maestro Anatolian Weapons to set to work reworking it for this fresh new four-track EP on Transmigration. It's a deep and dubby affair to start with on 'Honeymoon' (Definitive mix) while 'Calling The Quarters' (Beauty Below mix) is awash with trippy electronic lines and shimmering pads. 'Outlandis' (Deep Anatolian mix) is a heavy, percolating bit of elongated electronic dub with 'Chalice' (Secret Acid mix) closing down the EP with another slow and captivating rhythm made from jumbled parts and tribal drums.
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Return Of The Strobelight Kid Remixed Volume 2
Cat: 49N 7EP006. Rel: 01 May 24
Floating (Kassian remix)
Another World (Borai remix)
Serendipity (Legowelt remix)
Intérprete: Rave Energy
 in stock $14.30
Arkiv I
Arkiv I (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FORS 001. Rel: 14 Mar 24
Forest On Stasys - "Sunken" (5:03)
Zemog - "A'te" (6:17)
Eyvind Blix - "Expedition 33" (5:54)
Biocym - "Sabotage" (6:34)
Review: Amsterdam collective Forsvarlig Arkiv is branching out with a new label that is going to represent what they are all about. This debut EP, 'Arkiv I', comes after many years of expert curating of their podcast series and welcomes four different, equally vital artists to offer up some fresh techno. Forest On Stasys kicks off with 'Sunken', a swamp and gurgling bit of mind-melting sound design, Zemog's 'A'te' then rides on silky, meditative loops with rising synth tension and Eyvind Blix follows a similar path with a more psychedelic edge. Biocym shuts down with 'Sabotage', a more percussive and edgy sound for late-night freaks.
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Inner Funk
Cat: HYSEP 43. Rel: 15 Jun 23
Inner Funk (5:58)
AX1 (5:40)
Problematico (5:55)
Gaslighter (6:27)
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Motordisc 2
Cat: MTR 002. Rel: 15 Jan 20
Sascha Funke - "WOM" (6:28)
Modular Project - "Supernova" (5:59)
Massimiliano Pagliara - "Misplaced" (4:48)
Concret & Cantor - "Defected" (9:15)
 in stock $12.18
Far Out (remastered)
Cat: C 019. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Old Friends (6:09)
New Ones (6:52)
Bleeper (5:58)
Tougher (6:14)
Spuelch (6:12)
Crunch Me (5:11)
Bass Fishing (7:45)
First Year At College (5:11)
Review: DJ Hyperactive and Woody McBride originally teamed up as Fuzz Face and served us freaky, wigged-out techno in 1996. While their sole release under the name, Far Out, was presented as an EP, you might as well consider it an album with its eight tracks stretched across four sides. Faithfully repressed and still sounding as relevant today as it did back then, this is a masterclass in acid techno that keeps the sonic warm and inviting even as they barrel deep into the heart of narcotic night music with that unmistakable Midwest rave spirit.
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 in stock $24.89
Dubwars Vol 3
Dubwars Vol 3 (dark grey marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: DUBWARS 003. Rel: 05 Apr 24
Fat Lady Sings (6:50)
Body Memory (5:55)
Footprints (5:33)
Iceman Cometh (6:17)
Review: Gunjack, one of Planet Rhythm's techno veterans, enchants with his bold, hard techno style in Footprints. The EP opens with 'Fat Lady Sings', a high-energy track that merges intense techno and euphoric house chords over a relentless beat. 'Body Memory', true to Gunjack's prowess, showcases his intricate percussion. It's a dancefloor anthem with a relentless driving force, destined to ignite crowds. The title track, 'Footprints' is a prime-time dancefloor weapon, its infectious stabs and galloping technocracy creating an unstoppable groove. The EP's last track, 'Iceman Cometh', echoes Basic Channel's iconic chord stabs, infusing acid elements to deliver a captivating finish. With its masterful blend of pounding rhythms, exciting movement in the percussion, and relentless energy, 'Footprints' solidifies Gunjack's status as a quality techno producer.
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Systems Up Windows Down
Systems Up Windows Down (limited neon orange vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: 12 MUTE608. Rel: 14 Feb 20
Don't Flatter Yourself Love (5:50)
Stop Looking Me At Swan (6:30)
6666 (4:37)
CHONKIBOI (Choi Park) (6:15)
It's Something We Can All Learn From (5:44)
Systems Up, Windows Down (10:08)
 in stock $13.24
Colourform (reissue)
Cat: H 014. Rel: 16 Apr 20
Delta (6:19)
Speedlearn (Empathy mix) (7:38)
Influx (6:22)
Spectral (7:03)
Conoid Tone (5:53)
Orange (9:08)
M+T=E (1:23)
Re-Echo (5:54)
Ketamine Entity (9:24)
Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $31.51
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