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Mystic Firs
Cat: FR 058. Rel: 25 Apr 24
Pocket Camp (5:35)
Our Walks At Teneriffe (5:47)
Isla Del Encanto (5:17)
Review: The Netherlands has always excelled at electro, particularly on the West Coast. As such it has a wealth of labels that are always go-to for proper electro heads no matter the day's prevailing trends. Frustrated Funk is one of them. 214 lands on it here but doesn't hang around for long, instead taking off to the cosmos on some enthralling rhythms and edgy synth patterns that flash and dash about the mix. 'Pocket Camp' is a stuttering, jittery one that shines bright and is backlit by celestial charm, 'Our Walks At Teneriffe' is another direct but cinematic sound and 'Isla Del Encanto' completes this one with the sort of urgent energy that carries you through the night.
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 in stock $15.62
Anima Mundi
Cat: RTL 008V. Rel: 18 Apr 24
Abex - "Arkanik Archetypes" (6:32)
Jotut - "Divine Correspondence" (6:33)
Nakkore - "Putredo" (4:28)
Nakkore, Jotut & Abex - "Anima Mundi" (8:11)
 in stock $18.27
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
Il Significato Delle Parole Remixes
Cat: DNZT 017. Rel: 02 May 24
Nulla Resta (Donato Dozzy remix) (4:57)
Sospesa (Pinch remix) (5:20)
Nulla Resta (Adihell version) (5:33)
Review: Adiel's Il Significato Delle Parole EP gets served up as a remixed version here with none other than Donato Dozzy, Pinch and Adiel contributing. 'Nulla Resta' (Donato Dozzy remix) is a driving techno that exhibits all the signature sound design you would expect of Dizzy but is more textured and direct than usual. The Pinch mixes takes 'Sospesa' down a darker rabbit hole with menacing low ends and eerie pads making for a haunting vibe while 'Nulla Resta' (Adihell version) is high-paced techno with serrated loops never letting up as the drums march on into the unknown.
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 in stock $13.51
Headland
Headland (12")
Cat: ACR 707. Rel: 17 Apr 24
Headland (8:35)
Oscillation (3:50)
Bluff (5:46)
Static (6:21)
Review: Adlas has a compelling signature sound - its quick and punchy but also seductive and funk. The opener on this new EP for Answer Code Request certainly fits that bill - Headland' has nice analogue drums and elastic bass down low with rich, smeared synths up top. 'Oscillation' gets deeper and rides on a rolling beat that rocks back and forth with ambient synths up top and a sense of mysticism in the air. 'Bluff' gets back to bumpy beats and dubbed low ends with some static-charged pads and 'Static' is the deepest of the lot - a subaquatic deep techno trip for the heads.
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 in stock $16.68
Poised Over Pause Buttons
Poised Over Pause Buttons (lathe-cut vinyl 2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: AM 03. Rel: 02 May 24
Dreampain (5:03)
Nightlife (5:42)
I Don't Understand (5:09)
Far Too Late (4:36)
Great Mysteries (4:46)
Herethere (4:18)
Is This The World (4:35)
Suboceana (demo) (5:01)
Your Whole Life (5:33)
Freak Response (3:41)
Fathom (4:46)
Perpetual (4:02)
As Soon As Possible V2 (5:24)
Where Are They Now (3:33)
Review: Attack Decay Sustain Release (ADSR) originated as Todd Nickolas and Dominic Paterson's synthesiser project during high school and was conducted in the serene surroundings of Todd's family farm in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. Amidst the pastoral setting, natural sounds intertwined with the hum of machinery. Inspired by CBC Radio's Brave New Waves program, they soaked up diverse musical influences from ELO's futuristic rock to Skinny Puppy's electronic body music. Now, unearthed cassette recordings from this era offer a nostalgic glimpse into their fearless exploration. Curated by Todd and Linus Booth, this collection embodies their spirit of discovery and experimentation back between the years of 1987 and 1991.
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 in stock $31.50
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 $19.59
Coddio EP
Coddio EP (12")
Cat: PHI 011. Rel: 15 May 24
Alycone - "Alpha" (6:29)
Vlado - "Tinusha" (5:05)
Francesco Carvetta - "Fly To Freedom" (5:35)
Slot - "Voice Mail" (6:15)
 in stock $14.56
A Hold On Love (remixes)
A Hold On Love (remixes) (limited hand-numbered 12" in screen-printed sleeve limited to 300 copies)
Cat: PH 134. Rel: 10 May 24
A Hold On Love (Dyna mix) (7:08)
A Hold On Love (Trip mix) (6:49)
Review: Erol Alkan's 'A Hold On Love' originally appeared at the top of his debut 2013 EP Illumination, and now he's ushered it out of hibernation to make a pair of new versions which nudge the endearingly catchy, big room techno stylings in distinct but compatible directions. First up is the 'dyna-mix', which works around bugging b-lines and dubby shimmers for a restrained, subtly psychedelic affair. The 'trip-mix' meanwhile whips up some dusty garage house breaks, snappy 909 claps and hooky stabs to get the heat turned up in the dance good and proper. It's a fine example of the Midas touch Alkan brings to club music even when revisiting former glories.
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TAR 022
TAR 022 (12")
Cat: TAR 022. Rel: 16 May 24
Drifter (5:40)
Tyrant (5:21)
Limbo (5:26)
Phantom (5:08)
Review: There is plenty to love about this new EP from Dimi Angelis. It's well-made, fad-free techno from the 90s school of thought but with all the requisite modern techniques making it even more standout. 'Drifter' is just perfectly loopy, with ticking hi-hats keeping time, bongo sounds tumbling over themselves and the thudding kicks locking you in. 'Tyrant' ups the pace with frantic percussive loops and nice raw hi-hats peering another hunched-over and punchy low end while 'Limbo' is defined by its loose, whirring synth motif up top and tuning sounds that bring some dynamism to the rigid rhythm. 'Phantom' follows a similarly freaky path and will get massive reactions.
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New World
New World (gatefold white vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: AL 090LP. Rel: 25 Apr 24
Faust (3:38)
No One's Coming (3:38)
Aria (3:57)
All Day Long (3:51)
Collision (3:47)
Dreamstates (4:22)
Higher Power (3:32)
GURU (4:10)
Pantheon (4:34)
Wilderness (3:38)
Talk To Me (3:53)
Mental Powers (5:09)
Tataki (5:26)
Tibet (6:45)
Review: Renowned Greek DJ and experienced producer Argy makes his anticipated return with his newest album, New World, released on the Afterlife label. With 14 tracks in total and most of them clocking in at between three and a half and five minutes, Argy doesn't beat around the bush, giving people what they came for. These tracks ebb and flow quicker than normal techno tracks, giving them a much more straightforward and popular feel. Argy's singing over the tracks fit very well, like in 'All Day Long'. The rhythms are strong while the beats are pulsing and dynamic. Argy is known to be a fantastic techno producer. Singles off the album include 'Higher Power', 'Aria', and 'Pantheon'.
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 in stock $36.53
Glitch Drift EP
Cat: PIFF 010. Rel: 19 Apr 24
Glitch Drift (5:08)
Cloned Substance (4:58)
Thunderstorm (5:30)
Pluto (5:45)
 in stock $14.56
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 $29.64
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
Nothing But Love
Cat: TERM 230. Rel: 16 May 24
Nothing But Love (6:52)
Heelix (6:34)
New System (6:36)
 in stock $15.09
Let's Begin
Cat: DC 297. Rel: 23 Apr 24
Let's Begin (6:06)
Computerized (5:24)
Red Room (6:38)
Review: Drumcode supremo Adam Beyer has become increasingly more prolific in recent years, signalling a creative renaissance that recalls the undoubted quality of his work in the late 1990s and early 2000s. His first outing of 2024, which follows a quartet of EPs last year, is predictably strong and packed to the rafters with future Drumcode anthems. Fittingly, he starts with 'Let's Begin', where mutilated vocal loops, mind-mangling rave noises and unsettling melodic motifs dance atop a typically thunderous and breathless big room techno groove, before opting for a dirtier, acid-flecked groove, metallic noises and sped-up hip-hop vocal samples on 'Computerized' (hip-techno anyone?). To round things off, he goes darker and denser still on the loopy techno power of 'Red Room', which pleasingly also boasts the same Aisha vocal sample as the Orb's 'Blue Room'.
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 in stock $15.35
Silenced (remastered)
Cat: DUSTV 120. Rel: 08 May 24
Trojan Horus (part 1) (5:03)
Trojan Horus (part 2) (2:30)
Lam Vril (4:27)
Truth Benders DIE (3:22)
Bolt 23 Blue Screen Ov Death (1:45)
Alt/Return/Dash/Kill (2:14)
Bolt 777 Ordinary Boy (4:04)
Drexian City RIDE (1:23)
Remote Viewing (feat Steven Severin) (3:12)
Gummi Void (2:31)
Machine Machina (2:15)
The Stele Of Revealing (1:27)
Songs For Other People (2:57)
Break Down On Lake Shore Drive (2:00)
Bolt 33 Glitch & Chin (2:20)
Sudden Intake (4:49)
4 3s 555 (part 1) (2:49)
4 3s 555 (part 2) (4:27)
Review: Album number six from Sheffield's electronic heroes The Black Dog was closer to their debut, Bytes, than anything that came in between. "We never set out to make it like Bytes," group member Martin Dust has since explained. "My idea was to create something you could come home to after you'd just ben to a club or gig, that would start at the right pace and then just wind down into a great album and just chill out." Suffice to say, they achieved that and then some. Silenced is an example of downtempo that still feels like it has one foot in the rave, sounds informed by 4AM highs and 10AM quiet, here made precious through the use of blissful and complex tones that envelop and encase your mind. A record everyone should own.
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 in stock $34.15
Frantic Formula
Cat: VIS 337. Rel: 07 May 24
Frantic Formula (7:37)
Outrun (5:56)
Covert Action (7:12)
Review: Falko Brocksieper is a cult German minimalist who was favoured by the likes of Craig Richards and his Tyrant project. This new EP from 20/20 Vision takes a deep dive into his back catalogue to unearth a gem that first arrived via Treibstoff Recordings almost 20 years ago in 2006. 'Frantic Formula' is a nice liquid cut with wispy sci-fi pads and rolling grooves for early evening warm-ups, while 'Outrun' gets more upright with its jumbled drum loops and gurgling bass. 'Covert Action' is another masterfully languid and elastic rhythm that layers up cowbells, wobbly low ends and silky loops that soon lock you into the groove. A welcome remaster and reissue for sure.

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 in stock $15.35
Godspeed
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 $17.47
Tactical Studies EP
Cat: KAZERNE 009. Rel: 25 Apr 24
Mechanics (4:59)
Influence Manipulation (4:45)
The Player's Handbook (4:33)
Heritage (5:26)
Tactical Studies (6:17)
 in stock $13.51
Virtual Visions EP
Cat: TTP 003. Rel: 14 May 24
Virtual Visions (6:33)
Days Of Past (5:03)
Fuck All (5:05)
Panic (6:37)
In Motion (7:35)
Review: Central Intelligence is back with more of his signature techno magic on Time To Panic. The old school pixelated artwork hints at the vibe inside with throwback techno and some retro melodies opening up on the mid tempo 'Virtual Visions'. 'Days Of Past' gets more busy with zippy synth flashing about the mix next to spoken word samples and heavy kicks. 'Fuck All' amps things up further with serrated leads and flashy pads all conveying a sense of urgent intergalactic space travel and the flip side jams 'Panic' - which recalls the Blade Runner soundtrack, and 'In Motion', and elastic cosmic bumper, round out in style.
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 in stock $16.68
La Folie Studio
Cat: VERLP 47. Rel: 23 Apr 24
Trombe (3:46)
Fordizm (6:50)
Esika Molimo Ezali (4:23)
Clair De Lune A Mykonos (12:36)
Allo? (5:00)
Mange (7:37)
Satanique Musette (6:17)
La Folie Studio (4:38)
Theatre De Verdure (5:37)
 in stock $47.91
Eternal Youth EP
Cat: FAFO 034. Rel: 18 Apr 24
Eternal Youth (6:55)
Regular Guy (7:46)
Regular Guy (Reboot remix) (7:32)
Eternal Youth (Niko Maxen remix) (6:50)
 in stock $14.29
Medellin
Medellin (12")
Cat: BCV 2024047. Rel: 18 Apr 24
Medellin (Essential long mix) (5:57)
Medellin (DJ Ghost remix) (5:37)
Medellin (Bonzai All Stars remix) (5:24)
Medellin (Blue Alphabet remix By Santini & Axel Stephenson) (5:52)
Review: Cherry Moon Trax, in collaboration with original producer Axel Stephenson, marks their triumphant comeback with the latest single 'Medellin' released on black vinyl. This fresh 12" offers a trance-based anthem that promises to transcend earthly boundaries. With captivating beats and ethereal melodies, the track transports audiences to higher atmospheres and states of consciousness. Additionally, dynamic remixes by DJ Ghost, Bonzai All Stars, and Blue Alphabet add further depth and dimension and cover plenty of bases to provide a diverse sonic trip that resonates with both longtime fans and newcomers alike.
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Drifting Northward EP
Cat: WU 95. Rel: 16 May 24
Elliptic (7:28)
Focal Zone (5:42)
Axial (6:30)
Focal Zone (Oscar Mulero remix) (5:50)
Review: Claudio PRC is something of a techno legend who has already very much assured his own legacy, but he keeps on coming up with the goods each and every time he steps out. This time that is on the Warm Up label with a stylish and deep EP of classy techno. 'Elliptic' is a sparse and dubby roller with icy pads, 'Focal Zone' then picks up with a more busy percussive line that pans about the mix and comes in and out of focus over rolling beats. 'Axial' is another delightfully deft deep techno cut with only there most scant and wispy synths joining the rolling beats. An Oscar Mulero remix rounds out with more intensity.
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 in stock $16.42
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 $15.09
Synthetic EP
Cat: VE 005. Rel: 18 Apr 24
Synthetic Samba (5:31)
Deepend (5:30)
Controlled FX (5:12)
200 Hz (5:28)
 in stock $14.82
The Flying Dagger
Cat: SC 021. Rel: 16 May 24
Cat's Claw (4:35)
Radiate (8:02)
Medusa (4:48)
Do I Stay (4:40)
Let The Devil In (4:40)
Review: Cressida goes in hard on this new EP, The Flying Dagger, with a melange of inspirations all getting chucked into her machines and assault-ready techno coming out the other side. 'Cat's Claw' is percussive, broken blasted with frazzled synths and pure dancefloor weaponry. 'Radiate' is utterly different - a stripped-back sound with pumping kick drums and searching synths grow up through the mix in a paranoid fashion. 'Medusa' is a metallic clatter of hits and drums with a funky pattern emerging from below and 'Do I Stay' is then a dubby, quickened and hypnotic cut before 'Let The Devil In' is glitchy broken techno with a sense of dread in the air.
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 in stock $13.24
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 $14.29
Lucifer
Lucifer (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 485. Rel: 13 May 24
Samba (4:34)
Panorama (4:46)
Golfo Mistico (4:33)
Open Sky (with Tears Of Blue) (4:58)
Contemporary Lullaby (2:59)
Requiem (2:53)
Whispers (4:08)
Modular Clouds In Rome (3:14)
Piano Bells (3:25)
Space Call From Mars (2:36)
Tuning The Orchestra (with Tears Of Blue) (3:19)
 in stock $27.52
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 $19.59
ART 001
ART 001 (translucent grey marbled vinyl 12" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: ART 001C. Rel: 14 May 24
Are You Ready (5:01)
Chaber (5:19)
Azeotrope (5:33)
Automatik (5:52)
 in stock $16.42
Ascension
Ascension (12")
Cat: COR 12177. Rel: 08 May 24
Ascension (3:40)
Wahnstimmung (7:44)
Inception (9:22)
Review: 'Ascension' is the dramatic new techno EP from Riccardo De Polo, and a worthy addition to the discog born of Frankfurt's Cocoon Recordings crew. Though just three contrasting suites of airlocked and airborne ambiences come kick-pummellings, 'Ascension' bedazzles with its ability to evoke the theme of space exploration despite not ever uttering a word. Opener 'Ascension' is a fine exposition of alien smoke-outs and ambient bursts of gas, while follow-ups 'Wahnstimmung' and 'Inception' are the more danceable meats on the bone; cortical jams for intelligent exo-lifeforms.
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Formation EP
Cat: PRRUKBLK 107. Rel: 18 Apr 24
Basel (5:21)
Formation (5:17)
Romance (5:04)
Here (4:29)
Review: Nowhere does techno as proper as Planet Rhythm. This latest 12" is another no-frills banger with rusty synth and menacing drum loops all perfectly intertwined. There is a hurried sense of funk to 'Formation' that really keeps you on edge, while 'Basel' is turbocharged with video-game style synths. 'Romance' gets more edgy and brings some industrial percussion and automation to the beats while 'Here' slips into thumping and loopy house territory of the sort that reminds us of the one and only Floorplan.
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Drone
DEETRON presents SOULMATE
Drone (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: IT 064. Rel: 14 May 24
Filter (Body mix) (5:00)
Filter (Broken mix) (4:30)
Drone (6:24)
Bourg (5:45)
Review: "Drone Destructing Body Slams" says Ilian Tape of their next genre-defying offering, this time from the long-time Swiss underground mainstay that is Deetron. More normally known for this smooth and seductive deep house and techno sounds, here he presents Soulmate which is about much more edgy and textural techno stompers. 'Filter' comes as two mixes. The Body Mix is a turbocharged cut with dense layers of grime, synth and percussion and powered by some Shed-style piano stabs. The Broken mix cuts looser and has broken beats down low while 'Drone' gets the head up with its brighter synths swirls up top. The loopy, rusty low end is no less physical however then 'Bourg' brings some celebratory energy with its light chords and rousing sense of joy throughout.
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Wellenbad (reissue)
Wellenbad (reissue) (blue marbled vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HHBER 0843. Rel: 15 Apr 24
Wellenbad (7:26)
Narkose (7:17)
Trommelmaschine (6:42)
Vier Megahertz (7:11)
Alienoid (6:49)
Raupe (7:39)
Unterwasser (3:58)
Wind (7:23)
Geister (7:16)
Uberreichweite (3:12)
 in stock $46.58
Oasis (remastered)
Oasis (remastered) (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 479. Rel: 08 May 24
Oasis 1 (3:47)
Oasis 2 (3:45)
Oasis 3 (3:41)
Oasis 5 (5:08)
Oasis 6 (4:44)
Oasis 7 (7:18)
Oasis 4
Review: Dettinger's Oasis, originally released in 2000, is an ethereal symphony of ambient textures and minimal techno. Its unique blend of orchestral elements, effects, and occasional beats creates a captivating and strangely peaceful sonic landscape. Each track offers a hypnotic journey. 'Oasis #2' pulsates with a gentle rhythm, while 'Oasis #3' transforms Balearic melodies into grainy memories. 'Oasis #4' showcases Dettinger's experimental side, merging techno with abstract soundscapes, while 'Oasis 6' infuses dub influences, adding a touch of warmth and groove. The album's appeal lies in his ability to fuse the organic and the electronic. Orchestral swells soar above pulsating synths, creating a sense of drama and allure. The result is a sonic oasis that transports listeners to a realm of serenity and wonder. Fans of Wolfgang's Voigt's Gas project or labels like Mille Plateaux, Staubold, RasterNoton and others may already know this masterpiece, but if you don't, then do not miss this.
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Servicedesk 001
Cat: DSR 042. Rel: 08 May 24
Servicedesk 001 (1) (5:59)
Servicedesk 001 (2) (5:59)
Servicedesk 001 (3) (5:31)
Servicedesk 001 (4) (5:52)
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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 $20.11
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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Blowing From Above EP
Cat: EPWR 13EP. Rel: 13 May 24
Blowing From Above (4:41)
I Got You (4:24)
Shades (4:50)
Infinity (4:22)
Review: More funk for your trunk! Brussels most provocative player DJ Elephant Power stampedes back into the mix with more subversive, fully uncategorisable gold. Pick a genre, any genre and we guarantee you won't be thinking of what's here as we gently melt from the nifty ravey breaks the opening title track to the sleepy, woozy tension of the finale cut 'Infinity'. In between we have bumping bewitching house ('I Got You') and strange slow-mo electro ('Shades'). Thinking of sleeping on this? Tusk tusk tusk on you.
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Push Pull
Push Pull (12")
Cat: FRS 027. Rel: 16 May 24
Restraint (5:39)
Swarm (5:03)
Collision (5:34)
Release (5:30)
 in stock $15.35
The Anthems
Cat: SBCL 013. Rel: 02 May 24
X Filter - "Come On" (feat DJ HS) (7:16)
Bounce Inc - "Full Energy" (feat DJ HS) (7:40)
DJ HS - "Doctor Beat" (9:00)
DJ HS - "The Last Train" (On The Road mix) (7:30)
 in stock $18.53
A Different Fridge For Cheese
Muslimgauze Was Right (I) (1:45)
To Bee Or Not To Bee (6:55)
You Don't Have To Be Weird To Be Weird (2:19)
RTCB! (2:27)
Nice Feet (5:24)
New Equipment (1:08)
Big Room Techno Looking For A Room (4:48)
A Difficult Fridge For Cheese (5:06)
How Long & How Often? (3:49)
Muslimgauze Was Right (II) (1:41)
 in stock $36.00
Let The Machine Speak
Let The Machine Speak (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: IT 063. Rel: 15 Apr 24
DDrumz (3:42)
Mechanical Bongos (5:03)
Dubbish (5:58)
Let The Machine Speak (Jazz mix) (3:50)
Review: Everyone's favourite low-res poly-rendered rave organism DJ Plant Texture returns to their fave label Ilian Tape for their least forgiving, least fluffy and most wayside-thrown techno EP yet. Contrasting to their earlier lo-fi MPC workouts and electro freak-shows, the best of which were also released on the Amsterdam imprint, Plant Texture here switches things up, offering up four jackbooted 4x4 techno bits so menacing that they verge on a dastard take on the Brummy school. An obsession with rhythm and percussive texture rears its head; A-siders 'DDrumz' and 'Mechanical Bongos' are truly intrigued by the drum, revelling in pure, circular samply bongo and timbalero repetition; the theme continues on B-sider 'Dubbish', which only does so much as add a scopeout dub chord stab to the mix, yet still sounds sick; 'Let The Machine Speak (Jazz Mix)', finally, seems to hold the work of fellow techy rhythmusoidal geek Machinedrum firmly in mind, seeming to cleverly parody the artist's Ninja Tune/Vapor City IDM era with a jeering nu-footwork-jazz half-smile.
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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
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Dubplate #7: Love Dub So
Cat: MYD 007. Rel: 26 Apr 24
Baba, We Love Dub So (10:01)
Mantra (5:31)
Skunked On Planet Dub (7:08)
Sticks & Stone (7:46)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Mysticisms' Dubplate series is back once again, this time with Nick Barber aka Doof at the helm. He was a 90s trance icon who here serves up some tunes that have previously only been available digitally. They were all recorded to tape and remixed and live dubbed on the desk so have an authentic feel to the melon twisting sounds. There are plenty of psychedelic twists and turns to the wispy synth leads and snaking hits here, all with heavy and cavernous low ends and plenty of future facing ideas. Each one is sure to set the dancefloor alight when dropped at the right moment.
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Evolv: The Remixes
Evolv: The Remixes (translucent red vinyl 12")
Cat: TEC 9S5. Rel: 16 Apr 24
Descent (Carl Craig remix) (8:06)
Dark Matter (LB dub Corp remix) (6:41)
Review: 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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EVOLV (Decka & DEAS remixes)
EVOLV (Decka & DEAS remixes) (translucent red vinyl 12")
Cat: TEC 9S6. Rel: 08 May 24
Dust & Gas (Decka remix) (5:40)
Deadbug (DEAS remix) (5:17)
Review: Dubfire's remix album EVOLV offers a visionary exploration into his sonic universe, inviting an impressive lineup of artists to reinterpret tracks from his debut album released on SCI+TEC. This dance single highlights two of the remixes for this dance club ready 12". Decka delivers a potent remix of 'Dust & Gas' by Dubfire, infusing it with pulsating energy and intricate rhythms that captivate the listener. The track's dynamic progression and atmospheric elements create a compelling sonic journey, showcasing Decka's skillful production and creativity. DEAS puts a bold spin on Deadbug,' injecting it with big EDM sounds that ignite the dancefloor. With powerful beats and infectious melodies, this remix elevates the original track to new heights, delivering an electrifying experience that leaves a lasting impression. Together, you have a lethal dose of festival aimed EDM music.

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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
 in stock $19.59
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