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Cat: LT 052. Rel: 05 Sep 18
  1. No Warehouse Needed (5:07)
  2. Hate In The Pants (4:59)
  3. Strange Feeling (4:52)
  4. Knowledge Wasn't My Plan (6:13)
  5. Strictly Cut (7:25)
Review: Since making their debut as 90 Process last year, Julian Muller and Hadone have delivered a series of EPs that look to the rave era for inspiration. They're at it again here, serving up a slamming EP for Lobster Theremin that reeks of Vicks, Essex and sweaty parties on farmer's fields off the M25. "Hate In The Pants", for example, sounds like the offspawn of Joey Beltram and Mark 'Ruff' Ryder, "No Warehouse Needed" wraps '92 style rave stabs and sped-up vocal samples around a blistering hardcore breakbeat, and "Strictly Cut" could have been tailor-made for loved-up sunrises and illicit mountainside parties. In order words, it's a slamming collection of retro-futurust hardcore and techno bangers.
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  1. 999999999 - "09 09 1999" (4:40)
  2. Kaiser - "Rotational Inertia" (5:52)
  3. Eric Fetcher - "Banks" (4:22)
  4. Wrong Assessment - "Area 104" (6:10)
  5. Conrad Van Orton - "Self Obsessed But Charmless" (7:00)
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Cat: ONLY 9. Rel: 28 Jun 18
  1. Things Of Life (7:46)
  2. Things Of Life I (5:43)
  3. Things Of Life II (8:06)
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Cat: SHRR 03. Rel: 21 Oct 19
  1. Outernational Wah (8:35)
  2. Wah Beats (2:03)
  3. Programmable Rhythmer (Top Gear mix) (7:31)
Review: For their latest must-have release, Steel City imprint Seven Hills has decided to explore the slim but uniformly impressive back catalogue of Airgoose, a short-lived project from Different Drummer co-founder Glyn Bush (AKA Biggabush, Lightning Head etc) and fellow Original Rockers/Rockers Hi-Fi member Richard Whittingham. First released way back in 1994, "Outernational Wah" is a slamming chunk of acid-laden, bass-heavy techno/house fusion laden with sweaty vocal samples, floor-shaking percussion and lo-fi, post-Bleep electronics. It comes accompanied by a cracking drum track ("Wah Beats") and the electro-influenced late night heaviness of 1995's "Programmable Rhythmer (Top Gear Mix)".
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Intérprete: Placid, Pierre Codarin
 in stock $12.26
  1. Jealousy (11:22)
  2. Jealousy (Loya Afrotech Reedit) (3:27)
  3. Jealousy (Loya Electro Maloya Reedit) (4:07)
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Flux EP (12")
Cat: HLN 05. Rel: 04 Oct 17
  1. Transforming (6:11)
  2. Fractional (6:19)
  3. Touch Sensor (5:43)
  4. Tantalum (6:08)
Review: Helena is a record label based in Porto run by Goncalo (808). Limited vinyl only releases thus far have come courtesy of Module Werk, Aleks and Ephemeral and it is now over to one Altitude who, to those that know: is none other than Torontonian legend Matt Thibideau, who since the late '90s has been expertly executing dub techno experiments via his Blue Recordings imprint in addition to appearances on Daniel Bell's 7th City and more recently the promising Assemble Music: also from Portugal. A side cut "Transforming" has razor sharp precision in everything from the bass to those super tight dub chords and rhythms: shows the man is still as on-point as ever. Glacial aesthetics prevail well into the B side, with the deep and cavernous journey "Touch Sensor" and its immersive tones which gently scream 'welcome to the North' much in the same vein of Rod Modell or Brian Kage.
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Cat: SIAMESE 012. Rel: 08 Nov 19
  1. Emphatic (9:11)
  2. Sync Assist (6:43)
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  1. When We Used To Play (original extended remix) (8:21)
  2. When We Used To Play (B Bootleg Breakbeat mix) (4:29)
  3. When We Used To Play (Blake Baxter remix) (4:47)
  4. Body Work (8:32)
Review: Mint Condition's choice of material to reissue is always on-point. It would be fair to say that Blake Baxter's "When We Used To Play", which was first appeared on Kevin Saunderson's KMS imprint back in 1987, is another inspired choice. While not quite as celebrated as other early Motor City jams produced by the "Belleville Three" (messers Atkins, May and Saunderson), the "Original Extended Version" boasts all the hallmarks of the then developing Detroit techno sound (think crunchy drum machine beats, restless cymbals, undulating bass and a smattering of sci-fi melodies). It comes accompanied by the obscure, electro-influenced "Bootleg Breakbeat Mix" (almost as good), a rolling and on-point Blake Baxter rework and a sweaty, Chicago style jack-track inspired by Ron Hardy's performances at the Music Box ("Body Work").
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Intérprete: Jerome Hill, J. Haller
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Cat: BIG STRICK. Rel: 07 Jun 11
  1. State Of Emergency
  2. Maybe 1 Day (feat Tony Coates)
  3. Yllabian Dogfight
  4. Under Tone
  5. Fear No Fear (feat Don Q)
  6. War Dance
Review: The brilliantly monikered Big Strick - familial elder to Omar S and responsible for the odd killer release on his younger cousin's FXHE imprint - belatedly sates the appetite of record collectors keen to indulge in his recent album Detroit Heat with a six track selection of the choicest cuts spread across this twelve inch. Seemingly drawing influence from a myriad of Motor City influences, Detroit Heat impressively flits between murky deep house, tracky techno and hypnotic jack-tracks. Like many of his contemporaries, Strick is a sucker for 'cement mixer' production - that distinctly Detroitian sound where every beat, groove or bassline sounds like the master tapes have been marinated in grit. That trademark sound, alongside a solid selection of floor-friendly grooves, makes Detroit Heat an excellent addition to the Motor City house canon. The rubbery spinal atmospherics of "Under Tone" and the Tony Coates vocally assisted jack of "Maybe 1 Day" are particular highlights!
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  1. Big Strick - "Family Affair" (feat Omar S)
  2. Genereation Next - "Windsor Nights"
  3. Reckless Ron Cook - "Night Moves"
  4. Big Strick - "Armed & Dangerous"
Review: Leonard "Big Strick" Strickland is perhaps best known for his family ties with Omar-S (they're cousins), though his productions are well worthy of praise in their own right. Here, he offers up a sampler 12" featuring cuts from his recent (and excellent) Reservoir Dogs LP. Perhaps the most noteworthy cut is "Family Affair", a lovingly constructed chunk of hypnotic, melodic deepness written with Omar-S. That said, Strick's solo effort "Armed & Dangerous" - a winding chunk of voodoo techno - is arguably better. The mazy techno-funk of Reckless Ron Cook's "Night Moves" is also outstanding.
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Cat: KNTXT 002. Rel: 28 Nov 19
  1. Selected (8:02)
  2. Form (7:53)
  3. Time (7:50)
  4. Amar (2:32)
Review: Charlotte de Witte is at the forefront of the harder techno revival. After big outings on Mary Go Wild and Novamute she is back on her own KNTXT label - which is also a touring party concept - for four more bangers. Searing acid lights up the cantering drums of opener "Selected" and that continues on "Form" with its undulating lines and relentless drums. "Time" is still laced with acid, but in a softer, more hypnotic style that locks you in a trance. "Amar" shows another side, closing out with some thoughtful ambient bliss.
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Opacity (HVL mix) (limited 12" in embossed sleeve)
Cat: TESUJI 4. Rel: 05 Apr 19
  1. Opacity (7:52)
  2. Opacity (HVL Reinterpretation) (7:30)
Review: Dead Fader jumps from Kimochi Sound over to Tesuji with a rolling, dreamy, euphoric rendition of future electro. Essential, optimistic, forward-thinking. On the other side, Bassiani's HVL flips the beat on its head for more ominous perspective, complete with klaxon acid line and sinewy breakbeats.
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Intérprete: M50
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Cat: BLACKROD 008. Rel: 06 Jan 20
  1. Indifference (5:26)
  2. Claustrophobia (5:33)
  3. Stuck In A Dream (7:03)
  4. No Regret (6:00)
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Cat: SMR 019. Rel: 23 Oct 18
  1. May I Say (4:16)
  2. Things Get Ordinary (5:17)
  3. Picazon (4:53)
  4. Circumvent (5:34)
Review: It's been 12 months since Ramon Quezada's last solo EP as DJ Qu. "Heed The Message", then, is arguably long overdue. It's a pleasingly eclectic affair, with the A-side alone boasting both a funk-rock sampling deep house shuffler (the eccentric "May I Say") and a percussively wonky, undeniably druggy fusion of loose-limbed MPC drumming, sustained chords and woozy vocal samples. Over on the flip, Quezada continues to surprise, first by serving up the densely layered tribal drums and rolling jazz bass of "Picazon", then via the hazy, field recordings-laden dub techno/deep house fusion of atmospheric closing cut "Circumvent".
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  1. Smokey's Illegitimate Report
  2. The Countdown Has Begun
  3. Aquabahn
  4. Unknown Journey IV
  5. Bubble Chamber
  6. Sea Snake
  7. Intensified Magnetron
  8. The Mutant Gillmen
  9. Aqua Worm Hole
  10. Nautilus 12
  11. Vampire Island
  12. Flying Fish
  13. You Don't Know
  14. Red Hills Of Lardossa
Review: * REPRESS * Few electronic acts could easily sustain three expansive 'best of' compilations, but then Detroit techno-electro fusionists Drexciya weren't your average electronic artists. In the space of little more than 12 EPs and a handful of albums, released in a ten-year burst between 1992 and 2002, James Stinson and Gerald Donald did more to push electronic music forwards than many of their Motor City peers. This third retrospective in Clone's excellent Journey of the Deep Sea Dweller series expands on the first two volumes, swimming between atmospheric IDM ("Aqua Worm Hole", "Vampire Island"), balls-deep techno workouts ("Nautilus", "Intensified Magnetron") and shimmering future electro (the futuristic Kraftwerk vibes of "Aquabahn").
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Cat: BK 032. Rel: 05 Jul 18
  1. Nadezhda (6:30)
  2. Nyctinasty (5:37)
  3. Ionosfeer (5:58)
  4. Inquilinism (2:58)
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Cat: DANCETRAX 007. Rel: 14 Nov 17
  1. Attack (5:38)
  2. Losty (6:15)
  3. Pintman (5:53)
  4. Attack (Matrixxman remix) (6:29)
Intérprete: Benjamin Fröhlich
 in stock $11.71
BX 222 (12")
Bx
Cat: BX 222. Rel: 08 Jan 20
  1. Becky's Door (6:46)
  2. Samplui (6:34)
  3. Nu Jutan (6:11)
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Berghain 08 (12" + insert)
Cat: OTON 108. Rel: 23 Jan 18
  1. Electric Indigo - "Registers" (6:13)
  2. Stefan Rein - "Panther" (6:56)
  3. RRoxymore - "Tropicalcore" (6:34)
  4. Boris & Fiedel - "Div'hain" (6:19)
Review: The latest edition of Berghain's own series comes from a number of talented veterans who all have something different to say about house and techno. That, in itself, is something to appreciate these days. Electric Indigo, whose been balling with the likes of Berlin's DJ Hell since the early 00's, launches a cautious, minimalistic techno experimenting through "Registers", followed by Stefan Rein's bleepy techno tool "Panther" - the sort of bomb you'd expect to hear in the pit at about 4am on a Sunday morning. The B-side features Macro's and Don't Be Afraid's RRoxymore, with "Tropicalcore", a comparatively more sparse and kinetic rhythm track that replaces the drones and pads in favour of ritualistic dance elements in the form of drums; Boris & Fiedel's "Div'hain" closes the eighth chapter of the series with a driving, menacing blur of 4/4 drums and gently acidic bass waves. Excellent.
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Cat: TTXX 0009. Rel: 31 Dec 19
  1. The Berlin Project (6:35)
  2. Rave 2.0 (5:21)
  3. Woman Like Man (5:39)
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Havel (2xLP)
Cat: FJAAKLP 01. Rel: 16 Nov 18
  1. Version 1.3.3.1 (4:26)
  2. Take Your Life (feat Koogan) (3:30)
  3. I Could Never Live Without You By My Side (3:56)
  4. Martin (feat J Manuel) (4:43)
  5. Apollo Tag 2 (feat Fade Mohem & Tobi Neumann) (4:16)
  6. Arctic Warmth (1:39)
  7. Smells Like Security (5:06)
  8. Netto (interlude) (2:40)
  9. All My Friends Are In The Bathroom (feat Koogan, Fadi Mohem & J Manuel) (4:08)
  10. Aniol (4:27)
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Submit X (double 12")
Cat: M X. Rel: 30 Apr 14
  1. Zombiemachine Acid
  2. Zombiemachine
  3. Submit X
  4. Stakapella
  5. Stakan
  6. Chatters
  7. Feat Liette
  8. Arrested Development
  9. Secret Area
  10. Vader
Review: Gesloten Cirkel has become one of techno's true cult figures since his emergence back in 2009 with a self-titled 12" for Viewlexx offshoot Murder Capital, exploring the strange fringe between techno and electro with intermittent releases for David Vunk's Moustache Techno and Berceuse Heroique. Supposedly from Russia, there has nonetheless been much speculation as to the producer's true identity, though his musical roots seem very much planted in the sound of The Hague. His debut album Submit X is described quite aptly as "not for the faint-hearted", featuring a host of electro and techno cuts filled with classic breakbeats, tripped out vocal samples and caustic acid lines. However, it's also an album which looks to classic minimal wave sounds for inspiration - the lean rhythm and vocoder of "Stakan" and decayed 8-bit textures of "Chatters" provide some of the album's most memorable moments, proving Gesloten Cirkel is a producer with a few tricks up his sleeve. Undoubtedly one of the albums of the year.
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Cat: YOZMAZ 004. Rel: 05 Jul 19
  1. The Lowdown (6:32)
  2. Sunset After (6:42)
  3. Pavepaws (6:55)
  4. Chicken Fat (6:49)
 in stock $11.44
Paradygm Shift (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: DKMNTL 050. Rel: 24 May 17
  1. Preface (2:09)
  2. Idea (6:30)
  3. I Am (5:55)
  4. Solid Thought (6:02)
  5. Nephesh (5:46)
  6. Pneuma (6:42)
  7. Pattern 8 (5:49)
  8. Thought Process (5:41)
  9. Lockers (extended album mix) (6:37)
Review: When Dekmantel announced Robert Hood's Paradygm Shift project, which encompassed a gaggle of 12" singles and this album, the Dutch label described it as the "older and mature brother" of his seminal 1994 double-pack Minimal Nation. It's a rather apt description. This full album edition offers a gleeful romp through the Detroiter's distinctively booming-but-stripped back style of jacking techno, where slowly morphing loops, foreboding riffs and spooky melody lines ride hypnotic, locked-in grooves. There's little thrillingly new and different here, just killer dancefloor workouts in Hood's trademark style. Given that he does this kind of loop techno better than anyone else, that's a very good thing indeed.
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Cat: PNKMN 028. Rel: 02 May 19
  1. Crush On You (8:23)
  2. Strictly Dominant (4:26)
  3. Father Figure (5:31)
Intérprete: Mimi
 in stock $12.26
  1. Interviews - "Didg" (6:28)
  2. Guy Contact - "Smoke Machine Fluid" (5:12)
  3. Consulate - "67 Yaw Limit" (6:07)
  4. Carmel - "Just Swim" (4:35)
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New Horizon (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: EDLX 058LP. Rel: 26 Sep 18
  1. Different Species (7:03)
  2. Super Human (6:27)
  3. External Transmission Stage (6:29)
  4. Genetics (6:36)
  5. Earlier Form Of Life (5:43)
  6. Macromolecules (5:48)
  7. The Next Stage (6:05)
  8. Homo Sapiens (6:38)
Intérprete: Arnaud Le Texier
 in stock $23.96
KNO 001 (12")
Cat: DGM 017/KNO 001. Rel: 31 Aug 13
  1. From Dark To Light
  2. Dream About
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KNO 003 (12")
Cat: KNO 003. Rel: 03 Feb 17
  1. Centuries (7:04)
  2. All I Know (7:57)
  3. Synthesizer Freeway (8:38)
Intérprete: Le Loup
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Cat: COMEME 047. Rel: 12 Sep 18
  1. Solitude Survivor (5:18)
  2. Dolphin Dreams (6:03)
  3. Run Roc Run (3:49)
  4. Be A Child (6:46)
  5. Muthafukka (3:01)
 in stock $9.53
Cat: TRIPALIUMRAVESERIES 08. Rel: 27 Dec 19
  1. Toxic Drop (5:20)
  2. Sick On Synthetics (4:58)
  3. Icebreakin' (4:35)
  4. Toxic Drop (Minimum Syndicat remix) (5:29)
 in stock $11.71
What U Want (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ONLY 11. Rel: 18 Oct 18
  1. What U Want (Double Face mix) (7:55)
  2. What U Want (Swingin' Pleasure) (5:10)
  3. What U Want (4 Minutes Of Dope) (4:55)
  4. What U Want (The original) (7:09)
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Cat: SNF 030. Rel: 24 Oct 18
  1. Heavy Coupla Weeks (5:55)
  2. Spring (420 mix) (6:19)
  3. Run That (5:04)
  4. Not Here To Make Friends (5:14)
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  1. Newa - "Unfold" (5:14)
  2. Nihad Tule - "Hepta" (6:19)
  3. Oisel - "Strato" (5:18)
  4. Savas Pascalidis - "Mind Abuse" (7:59)
 in stock $11.71
Sogi (12")
Cat: KORYU 003. Rel: 29 Nov 19
  1. Seppuku (6:39)
  2. Sogi (6:06)
  3. Kaso (6:11)
  4. Onryo (6:35)
 in stock $11.17
Shine (12")
Cat: TAR 006. Rel: 17 Jan 19
  1. Shine (6:14)
  2. Embryo (4:48)
  3. Lyla (3:41)
  4. Atom (9:00)
Review: With acclaimed releases on Mork, Lobster Theremin, Delsin and Pacific Command already under his belt, nthng is on the fast track to top-tier success. Much of the producer's reputation has been built on adaptability, with previous releases mixing and matching various strains of techno, electro and lo-fi house. His second appearance on Transatlantic brings with it another stylistic shift. Seemingly born out of early morning studio sessions and late night drifts into daydreaming, the four tracks that make up "Shine" brilliantly fuse elements of Pete Namlook style deep space ambient (see "Shine"), gradually unfurling, Global Communication style soundscapes ("Atom") and unfeasibly deep, out-there ambient techno ("Embryo", "Lyla").
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Satellite (12")
Cat: DCLP 103. Rel: 22 Oct 14
  1. Dusty
  2. Toxic
  3. Rave
Intérprete: Maxx Rossi
 in stock $10.62
Cat: HYPNUS 023. Rel: 20 Sep 19
  1. Caimano Tribe (6:37)
  2. Mutara Speech (6:35)
  3. Snake Charmers (6:28)
  4. Conjuration (6:14)
Review: Primal Code brought plenty of fresh ideas and new perspectives to their debut album "La Via Della Seta" last year, and continue to do so on this fascinating new 12" for Sweden's Hypnus Records. They have a tribal take on techno that draws on indigenous cultures and instrumentation to make for darkly hypnotic tracks that echo the experimental work of the likes of Donato Dozzy, Neel and even Shackleton. It's mesmerising and cerebral stuff with psychedelic overtones and plenty of intriguing sounds, effects in the swirling ambient pads and deft little hooks that litter the rubbery, drawn out grooves.
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Cat: 7DAYSENTRC 1000. Rel: 22 Feb 13
  1. Electro Soul
  2. Ride It
  3. Tronic Guetto
  4. Urban Beat
Review: Reckless Ron Cook belatedly gets his chance to shine courtesy of Big Strick's 7 Days Entertainment label on this Lost Tapes 12" that presents four cuts from the producer's archives. The former Submerge and Metroplex artist is no stranger to 7 Days Entertainment having signalled his return from the wilderness with "Night Moves" a rattling, electrofied contribution to last year's Resivior Dogs LP from Big Strick. That track should set the tone for what you can expect on this 12" which snaps viciously into action with the viper like Detroit machine funk of "Electro Soul" and the pace doesn't relent from there until "Urban Beat" reaches the run out groove.
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Cat: ITX 014. Rel: 05 Apr 19
  1. Gathering Dust (7:53)
  2. Cultural Negotiation (7:08)
  3. W/Da 15,88% Assistance Ov Nils Maneuvers In The Dark: Win (Mega mix - Super dub) (10:11)
  4. From Interval To Interval He Does Chance His Postion (Black Gold mix) (6:19)
Review: Galactic Peace Gathering Hymns.
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Cat: SL 021. Rel: 03 Jul 19
  1. From Here To There (7:30)
  2. Algorhythm (8:02)
  3. Controlling Transmission (8:22)
  4. Deal With It (6:41)
  5. Bring Back The Night (part 1) (6:22)
  6. Bring Back The Night (part 2) (4:24)
  7. Bring Back The Night (part 3) (4:32)
  8. Lush E Motion (7:31)
  9. One Last Thought (7:07)
Review: Since making his debut six years ago, Sergio Moreira has released countless singles exploring his personal take on drowsy deep house and left-of-centre electronic futurism. Because of that, this debut album feels long overdue. From start to finish, it feels like the set of a producer comfortable in his own skin. While many will be dazzled by the three-part suite at the centre of the album - "Bring Back The Night", which subtly twists and turns over 15 warm, glassy-eyed minutes like a breakbeat-sporting deep house version of a classical epic - there's plenty to set the pulse racing elsewhere. Highlights include the bass-heavy, breakbeat-driven peak-time dubbiness of "One Last Thought", the Motor City techno electronics and shuffling bottom end of "Controlling Transmission" and the hazy opener "From Here To There".
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Cat: TPT 078. Rel: 06 Apr 18
  1. Hellzone Megapunk (4:57)
  2. Crucicble (4:52)
  3. Let My Flesh Be Your Sacrament (4:52)
 in stock $9.53
  1. Paraphilic Love Map (9:35)
  2. To The Outer Limits & Back (7:49)
  3. Creep Workout (8:34)
  4. Erotic Autoplay (8:05)
Intérprete: Ellen Allien
 in stock $13.62
RM 12004 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: RM 12004. Rel: 12 Jul 19
  1. Tim Schlockermann - "News" (6:20)
  2. Salomo - "Honda Rave" (7:17)
  3. Carmel - "Georgia" (RAND mix) (5:59)
  4. Rudolf C - "Accreation Disc" (9:11)
Intérprete: Miles Atmospheric
 in stock $10.89
Into The Red (2xLP)
Cat: SKR 006. Rel: 17 Jul 18
  1. Brick By Brick (5:41)
  2. Muttons (Seekers edit) (6:01)
  3. Preface (6:56)
  4. Dr Rot (4:34)
  5. We're Off (Seekers edit) (5:25)
  6. Postponed (5:26)
  7. Return (6:53)
Review: Alex Picone's Seekers project is taking on a life of its own thanks to a fourth studio album since 2016, and it's impressive to see such continuity in terms of sound, design, and general aesthetic. Much like the previous 3 LPs under the Seekers moniker, Into The Red is a wonderfully explorative effort, often transforming from deep house into something more abstract, less concrete, but nonetheless funky and energetic in its approach. For example, the gentle euphoria of "Muttons" evolves into the aqueous acid loops that govern "Preface", while the old-school rave bass of "Dr Rot" mutates into a beat-heavy Chicago house number. It is the sign of a producer who truly understands how to craft stories out of dance music, a skill which should always remain at the core of what this music is about. Recommended.
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Intérprete: Zenner
 in stock $24.52
Gunafa's Children (12" + insert)
Cat: CHILD SIX. Rel: 08 Feb 19
  1. Fragezeichen (3:38)
  2. Kinker 2 (3:26)
  3. Equivalent (3:48)
  4. Delusion (4:38)
  5. Sticker (5:12)
  6. Butterscotch (3:38)
 in stock $10.89
Europa (2xLP (side 2 screen-printed) + insert + sticker)
Cat: MTLP 002. Rel: 12 Jan 18
  1. Europa (17:14)
  2. In My Heart (feat Radwan Ghazi Moumneh) (12:55)
  3. Bogovi (7:42)
  4. Trouble (11:58)
  5. Outro (5:00)
Review: Following two fine teaser singles on Malka Tuti, Tapan (AKA Belgrade-based producers Nebosja Bogdanovic and Goran Simonosk) are finally ready to unleash their debut album, Europa. A genuinely unique proposition, the set sees them flit between mind-altering Middle Eastern dub-jazz (the trippy title track), delay-laden late night soundscapes (the brilliant "In My Heart"), woozy post-punk dystopia ("Bogovi"), percussion-rich, horn-heavy weirdness ("Trouble") and the kind of dubwise, other-worldly fare that we'd once have expected to hear from early '80s Bristolian bands such as Maximum Joy. It's naturally hugely atmospheric, but more impressive than that is the duo's imaginative approach. While the influences are easy to spot, describing the results is pleasingly tricky.
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Cat: OPIA 003. Rel: 25 Mar 19
  1. TC80 - "Exile" (5:44)
  2. Abstract Tune - "1996 Shoots" (5:37)
  3. Audri - "Acid Rain" (5:11)
  4. Omar - "Techno Victims" (5:29)
  5. Z@p - "Different Ways" (7:12)
Review: Since launching last year, the Opia label has yet to put a foot wrong, serving up two must-have 12" singles full of quality cuts from rising stars and scene stalwarts. The label's latest compilation style offering is equally as good. TC80 has the honour of kicking things off via the bubbly acid lines, stomping beats and gentle synth melodies of "Exile", before Abstract Tune joyously joins the dots between bleep techno and dreamy deep house on the rich positivity of "1996 Shoots". Audri's "Acid Rain" is a raw and intense jack-track, while Omar's "Techno Victims" a bustling, minor key electro box jam. Rounding things off is Z@p, whose excellent "Different Ways" sits somewhere between early Motor City Techno and 1990s British tech-house.
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EXHE 01 (12")
Cat: EXHE 01. Rel: 14 Sep 18
  1. Track 1 (8:25)
  2. Track 2 (6:27)
  3. Track 3 (6:12)
  4. Track 4 (7:14)
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