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Accelerator (reissue)
  1. Expander (5:18)
  2. Stolen Documents (5:44)
  3. While Others Cry (4:14)
  4. Calcium (2:42)
  5. It's Not My Problem (7:48)
  6. Papua New Guinea (6:32)
  7. Moscow (3:53)
  8. 1 In 8 (3:39)
  9. Pulse State (8:34)
  10. Central Industrial (3:56)
Review: There is a great selection of reissues of Future Sound of London's back catalogue going on right now. It goes all the way back to 1988 when they first started chaining the game with their forward facing electronics and mix of rave, breaks, hardcore and ambient into something utterly fresh. It still resonates today, hence these reissues, and this one is a 25th Anniversary edition of Accelerator. This one was, at the time, seen as the group's most "commercially-minded" album but that takes nothing way from its visionary sonics and immersive sonic landscapes.
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2 The World
2 The World (limited 7")
Cat: DIGI 001. Rel: 13 May 22
  1. 2 The World (4:14)
  2. Fandn (4:06)
Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $10.92
Tiger's Eye
  1. Tiger's Eye (11:38)
  2. Orgonite (6:00)
  3. Orgonite (Riding The Waves) (6:21)
Review: Berlin's Cocktail d'Amore and Tokyo's Ene Records have come together once again to present the music of Solidair. The duo of Cocktail alumni Luigi Di Venere and Jules Etienne present three tracks aimed to induce a dance floor hypnosis. Orgonite (Riding the Waves) does just that, a slow build awash in the ebb and flow of acid tinges, just enough to wet your whistle on a Saturday night. The original mix keeps the skeletal support but throws in a life preserver of 8 bit gaming synthesis. Frisky arps call and respond to each other before making way for sinewy pads to lift off. Tiger's Eye sets itself onto cruising speed incorporating elements of late 90's acid techno with the sleek and smooth clubbing aesthetics of modern day Berlin.
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Destroit (12")
Cat: AS 015. Rel: 11 May 22
  1. Destroit (6:25)
  2. Distance (6:23)
Review: Finnish twosome Morphology has released some incredible records over the years - mostly of the intergalactic electro time - but we'd wager few are as sonically sparkling, life-affirming or pleasingly melodious as their latest two-tracker. 'Destroit', the A-side cut, is simply sublime: a far-sighted, futuristic fusion of crunchy, Chicago-influenced machine drums - all snappy snares, tough kicks and fizzing cymbals arranged into a delicious post-electro rhythm - intergalactic chords and bright, breezy electronic melodies that tap into the sci-fi sounds of purist Motor City techno. The duo opts for a warmer and woozier, acid-flecked sound on flipside 'Distance', a classic-sounding chunk of deep ambient techno tailor-made for late nights and early mornings.
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Rip The Cut (remixes)
Rip The Cut (remixes) (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: MOTE 063. Rel: 11 May 22
  1. Rip The Cut (Luke Slater remix 1) (6:19)
  2. Rip The Cut (Dubfire remix) (7:27)
  3. Rip The Cut (Luke Slater remix 2) (6:26)
  4. Rip The Cut (The Lady Machine remix) (6:31)
Review: 11 years after it first featured on Luke Slater's fifth album as Planetary Assault Systems, 'Rip The Cut' has been given the remix treatment. Slater provides two reworks of his own: the deliciously creepy, distorted and subtly intergalactic 'Remix 1'- all locked-in techno grooves, echoing bleeps and trippy vocal samples - and the brilliant breathless 'Remix 2', whose epic percussive breakdown and build could create pandemonium on the dancefloor. Elsewhere, sometime Deep Dish man Dubfire adds locked-in melodic loops to Slater's beefy beats, while the Lady Machine revision is a weighty slab of gnarled industrial techno.
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Intérprete: Wes Baggaley, Rolando, S-File
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Your Own Power Remixes
Cat: NAFF 015. Rel: 13 May 22
  1. Winged (Donato Dozzy remix) (5:38)
  2. Winged (Aurora Halal remix) (5:40)
  3. Oyl (DJ Python remix) (4:19)
  4. 2-9-1 (Bambounou remix) (4:56)
  5. Winged (Priori Rezone) (5:33)
Review: In the wake of Priori's stunning album Your Own Power on the Naff label he runs with Ex-Terrestrial, one of Montreal's finest comes back with an all-star remix package. Donato Dozzy leads the way with a typically elegant, shimmering take on 'Winged' which taps into the hypnotic qualities of the original while smoothing out the edges. Aurora Halal opts for something more blissed-out with the bleepy ambience of her take on the track. DJ Python creates a downtempo electronica masterclass on 'Oyi' and Bambounou creates a leftfield techno workout from the component parts of '2-9-1', leaving Priori to mop up with a sweet, sentimental floor-minded 'Rezone' of 'Winged'.

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Can't Change
Cat: AOS 1016. Rel: 25 Apr 22
  1. Start This Over Again (feat Supercoolwicked) (6:05)
  2. Jump (4:23)
  3. Virgil (feat Mitchell Yoshida) (5:23)
  4. Bend Who (feat Milf Melly & King Milo) (2:41)
  5. Money Hit Da Floor (feat Supercoolwicked & Amir Hassan) (3:49)
  6. Outer Jass Authority (feat Supercoolwicked, De'Sean Jones & Ian Finkelstein) (6:47)
  7. Inner Luv (Intrumental mix) (6:50)
  8. Aaayoooooo (feat Alister Fawnwoda) (5:01)
  9. Multiple Orgasms (5:20)
  10. Ice Cream (feat Alandra O Smith & Supercoolwicked) (5:03)
  11. Can't Change (6:04)
  12. My Momma & 'Nem Said I Don't Have To!!! (4:44)
  13. Miss Hunn'nay (feat Mad Mike Banks) (5:36)
  14. Whale Sex (8:23)
Review: It is no secret that we here at Juno HQ are huge fans of the one and only Alex 'Omar S' Smith. He is a machine when it comes to making music and barely a year goes by without another expansive new album form the Detroit badman. Here comes this year's and it has all the things you would hope for and expect: raw, unfussy but infectious house with dusty drums and 80s synths. Supercoolwicked is a frequently appearing guest who lends these tunes alluring vocal touches while the grooves themselves are subtly, effective tweaks on Smith's tried and tested template. We are here for it.
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Universe EP
Universe EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: LPY 05. Rel: 25 Apr 22
  1. Refracted (8:40)
  2. Cyclic (5:31)
  3. Gravity Waves (6:45)
  4. Blueshift (7:30)
Review: 25 years ago, one of the most essential deep & dubby techno projects put forth its roots in the form of the 'JS' and 'MCMLXV' labels. Two decades later the consistency & quality of James' output is as solid as ever. The aptly titled Universe EP showcases the breadth of his talent; from the atmosphere-skimming feel of 'Refracted', to the melodic vibes of 'Cyclic'. The flip sees more familiar territory in the abrasive 'Gravity Waves', and the expansive & soaring 'Blueshift' has future classic written all over it. Timeless material.

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Tags: Dub Techno
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Special Selects Series Vol 3
Special Selects Series Vol 3 (limited yellow marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: WATBV 003. Rel: 27 Apr 22
  1. Alan Fitzpatrick & Rebuke - "Ultimate Distortion" (6:20)
  2. Sasha & Alan Fitzpatrick - "El Jefe" (version 2) (6:48)
  3. Alan Fitzpatrick - "I Still Remember" (6:46)
  4. Alan Fitzpatrick - "Eleven Eleven" (7:09)
Review: We Are The Brave (WATB), owned by inimitable DJ and waxmaker Alan Fitzpatrick, here presents their very first physical release from the man himself. Two collabs with hard trance legends Rebuke and Sasha lend this four-piece a very hard edge; the first bit, of course, is called 'Ultimate Distortion', and hears farting buildups and huge leads inevitably scoop out rooms the world over - that reese though! Hard big room dub techno ensues on 'El Jefe', while voguing electro house ('I Still Remember') and a slapping slab of deep tech house ('Eleven Eleven') round off the B.
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Impulsive Behavior EP
Cat: MORDH 008. Rel: 13 May 22
  1. Impulsive Behavior (6:20)
  2. Void (5:02)
Review: Under Black Helmet's 'Impulsive Behaviour' has never made it to vinyl before so this 10" pressing is welcome indeed. It has long been in demand and a secret weapon of many. It's pressed here with 'Void' on the flip which is a rock solid, broken beat monsters. The synths rattle like metal in the wind, howling vocals bring the darkness and make it a perfect cut for vast, grotty warehouse deployment. The standout though is of course 'Impulsive Behaviour' a rolling techno master with buried bass, edgy synths peeling off the linear grover and a real sense of ever building techno momentum.
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Neutrino EP
Cat: BP 064. Rel: 11 May 22
  1. Vortex (5:00)
  2. Mirage (5:22)
  3. Neutrino Systems (5:42)
  4. Levitate (5:02)
Review: Token's label head Kr!z steps up to the legendary Blueprint label with what is only his second ever solo EP, despite the fact that he has been DJing all over the world for 20 odd years. The Ghent, Belgium producer is someone who operates at the dark, heavy and gloomy end of the spectrum with plenty of raw sounds and mind melting synths making his tunes so impactful. There is plenty of that on this EP which also has a hint of 90s minimalism. On that tip, 'Neutrino Systems' is a real standout with its bleeping and pulsing drums, bass and synth all offering a stark futuristic sound that it is easy to get lost in.
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Intérprete: S-File
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Universal Consciousness EP
Universal Consciousness EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: KNTXT 015. Rel: 28 Apr 22
  1. Satori (6:22)
  2. Kali (7:03)
  3. Universal Consciousness (6:42)
  4. Ahimsa (6:37)
Review: Charlotte De Witte has been leading techno's new school from the front for a couple of years now. The irrepressible Belgian has big, hard and fast sound but increasingly she brings various different influences into the mix. After ambient design on her previous EP, this time she looks deeper into trance, spy-trance and psychedelic sounds for inspiration. 'Satori' is a serene and hypnotic roller with transcendental vocals, 'Kali' ups the pace with sleek retro-future video game sounds and 'Universal Consciousness' brings some visceral acid to the booming kicks. 'Ahimsa' closes down in unrelenting big room fashion.
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PH Scales 4
Cat: FE 060. Rel: 11 May 22
  1. Dream Of The Sun (5:57)
  2. Evolution (5:46)
  3. Exit (5:16)
  4. Hexagram (5:47)
Review: Jack Smooth is the man behind the sounds, which are rooted in classic techno, electro and IDM sounds but with plenty of contemporary stylings. It's a post-rave, acid-laced and breakbeat fuelled comedown to kick off with before 'Evolution' draws out the 303 in bendy, hypnotic fashion over a prickly set of drums. There is more jacked up and angular tackle on 'Exit' then a jungle influenced workout on 'Hexagram' closes in top class fashion.

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Tone Dropout Vol 10
  1. Dawl - "Andromeda" (5:23)
  2. Escape Earth - "Impact Event" (4:59)
  3. Kiddmisha - "Retrodance" (4:41)
  4. The He-Men - "Evolution 1" (6:16)
  5. Marino - "Rave Alarm" (6:44)
Review: Man of man artistic aliases Jodey Kendrick has released a lot of music over the years, including a string of decent but largely overlooked albums. We have a feeling that his latest full-length, the former Rephlex artist's first to be released on vinyl for seven years, will receive far more plaudits, and not just because Dutch techno institution Clone is releasing it. The six included tracks include some of his most startling productions yet, from the claustrophobic, surging techno paranoia of 'Wrest Park Grove Find' and the dub-meets-IDM pleasantness of opener 'Totternhoe Castles Red Kite View', to the sludgy, genuinely mind-mangling dancefloor chug of 'Ashbridge Forest Tatsumaki Tree'- a metallic and hallucinatory affair to say the least -and the clanking, Autechre-esque title track.
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Magnetic North EP
Cat: MR 01. Rel: 13 May 22
  1. Sentinel (11:29)
  2. Inflection (8:42)
  3. Horizon (6:13)
Review: J.S.Zeiter is one of those alluringly mysterious artists whose music keeps on drawing us in. Here they kick off the new Maastricht based label Mosae with a serious of deep techno bubblers. There are archetypal dub chords rippling their way over a sublime techno rhythm on opener 'Sentinel' while things remain just as war, cavernous and cuddly on the widescreen dub techno delight that is 'Inflection.' It all comes to a heady end with 'Horizon' which will have you taxing off into the distance lost in your own thoughts.
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The Man With The Red Face
Cat: F 119/1370119130. Rel: 21 Sep 00
  1. The Man With The Red Face (original mix)
  2. The Man With The Red Face (Svek remix)
  3. The Man With The Red Face (Funk D Void remix)
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Selected Ambient Works 85-92
Cat: AMB 3922LP. Rel: 24 Oct 19
  1. Xtal (4:51)
  2. Tha (9:02)
  3. Pulsewidth (3:48)
  4. Ageispolis (5:21)
  5. I (1:12)
  6. Green Calx (6:05)
  7. Heliosphan (4:50)
  8. We Are The Music Makers (7:45)
  9. Schottkey 7th Path (5:02)
  10. Ptolemy (7:14)
  11. Hedphelym (6:04)
  12. Delphium (5:27)
  13. Actium (7:36)
Review: In line with the timely reappraisal of all things R&S related, the resurgent Apollo have seen the opportunity to bring one of their most celebrated records back for another round. Aphex Twin's ambient recordings mature magnificently with age, sounding ever richer and more emotive as the rest of electronic music continues to play catch up all around. From the gentle breakbeats of "Xtal" to the aquatic techno lure of "Tha", the airy rave of "Pulsewidth" to the heartwrenching composition of "Ageispolis", every track is a perennial example of how far ambient techno could reach even back then. It's just that no-one quite had the arm-span of Richard D. James.
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Various 3 EP
Various 3 EP (140 gram vinyl 12" + insert & sticker)
Cat: WSR VA3. Rel: 25 Apr 22
  1. First Epoque - "Sequoia Affinis" (5:18)
  2. Practitioner - "Charlie B" (5:18)
  3. Robert Fleck - "Bromine" (7:01)
  4. Planete - "Fammi Sapere" (6:53)
Review: Well Street Records present their second release of 2022 and third in the Various Artists series. Enjoy 4 broken beat gems from emerging talents First Epoque, Practitioner, Planete and label head Robert Fleck. Limited pressing!
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Another 500
Another 500 (12" reeditado)
Cat: NM 007. Rel: 04 May 22
  1. Another 500 (7:05)
  2. Decimal 2 0 (6:55)
  3. Deeply Uncomforatble (7:45)
Review: New Scott Grooves in the house! Last year saw the storied purveyor of richly melodic Detroit house and techno refocus attention on his Natural Midi label, issuing the excellent archival collection of "should've, would've, could've" productions on limited cassette and CDr. It's now great to be able to grip some Scott Grooves Natural Midi produce on the 12" format and well read scholars of the producer's work will no doubt recognise the lead track on Another 500, which is an update mix of the much in demand 2007 joint "Only 500". Complementing this are two B Side gems in the shape of the wall rattling, raw techno jammer "Decimal" and the wonderfully haywire soul laden grooves of "Deeply Uncomfortable".
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Rituals E7.001
Cat: CDTOT 84. Rel: 29 Apr 22
  1. Hopiate
  2. Triple Circles
  3. Somewhere Outside
  4. Ritualised
  5. Time Cone
  6. Solar Signal
  7. Sand To Ocean
  8. Far Seeker
  9. Slowly Slipped Away
  10. Visibility Accumulation
  11. I Am Error
  12. Colour Primary
  13. Time Passed The Sun
  14. Ebb Flow
  15. Avoiding Mirrors
  16. Clone A9
  17. Only In Memories
Review: The Future Sound of London keep their fans busy with a steady dispatch of music via the fsoldigital.com label, but it feels like there's a sense of occasion around this new album. Rituals E7.001 is purportedly the first part in a trilogy, and it already highly prized by the devoted followers of Brian Dougans and Garry Cobain's music. It's not hard to hear why on listening to the gorgeous strains of 'Hopiate', which harks back to some of the duo's most iconic music (we'll let you guess which one we mean). FSOL have always had a particular touch in their exploration of electronica, ambient and outernational sounds, and it sounds rich with inspiration on this new, expansive album.
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Pimping People In High Places (repress)
Pimping People In High Places (repress) (limited white vinyl 10")
Cat: DET 313R. Rel: 21 Mar 22
  1. Pimping People In High Places (Woodword Ave alternative mix) (6:52)
  2. The Medusa Touch (6:50)
Review: WHITE VINYL REPRESS: Gary Martin is well known for his unique productions and his label Teknotika is surely a classic coming out of the famous motor city. This special 10" holds two sought after tracks that were found on a lost DAT tape by Yossi Amoyal and Gary Martin himself. On the A side we have a long time secret weapon, it's a hypnotic groove that was heard on many classic sets, Zip and Ben Klock to name a few. An extremely insane, hard to find Gigi Galaxy track that was changing hands for silly prices is on the B side, for those who know... massive release!
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The New Beginning
Cat: NWHITE 010. Rel: 11 May 22
  1. Introspection (5:51)
  2. Drive Unit (6:26)
  3. Northern Life (5:56)
  4. Mistaken (6:29)
Review: The tenth record released under Non White, a subsidiary of Spanish techno label Non Series, AIKEN's 12" EP features techno-rave hallmarks that will get feet moving on even the stickiest floor. Rhythmic synth and pounding drums work in tandem beautifully to make you feel like you're really there right in front of those deafening live speaker systems. A truly authentic cut that is just as referential to the 90s New York techno scene as it is a reflection of the growing rave scene in Valencia and Monegros. AIKEN's latest work is yet another reason why Non Series should be on your radar, and in your collection.
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Stream Of Thoughts (feat John Shima remix)
Cat: CMD 008. Rel: 19 Apr 22
  1. Relinquish (5:24)
  2. Shifting (5:26)
  3. Relinquish (John Shima remix) (7:06)
  4. Close To Zero (5:30)
Review: Mihail P brings us a 4 tracker, including a special John Shima remix. We start with the title track "Relinquish", a nice journey through deep space at a modest tempo. It features electro breaks rhythm patterns and harmonics to send you in to orbit. Following is "Shifting", a more acid tech vibe and straight 4/4 chugger, in line with proper Detroit / UK lushness from the 90's and forward. Flip to the B side for "Reliquish John Shima remix". It's hard to say which track is the peak, but this one's a contender. John Shima is known for his signature bleepy, but danceable sound. He adds layers of synth programming intelligence and great basslines as usual. Finally the B2 "Close to Zero" is the closing tune. Similar to the opener, we find more electro breaks, synth basses and a cool pad to complete the perfect journey.

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Dirty Lagoon
Cat: DC 256. Rel: 17 May 22
  1. Dirty Lagoon (6:58)
  2. Code Is The Code (7:30)
  3. Dub Embassy (5:03)
Review: Drumcode titan Adam Beyer is back in business with some of that monolithic sound he's made such a prominent force in global techno. 'Dirty Lagoon' is a slamming monster of a track with daggering rave stabs and hefty kicks to fill any stadium you care to think of. 'Code Is The Code' has a slightly deeper tint, but it's no slouch on the full-fat production all the same. 'Dub Embassy' takes things towards a trancey kind of sound, all swirling synth lines and pinging sound FX, but never too far from that core Drumcode sound we all love so dearly.
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ETA Infinity
Cat: NS 37. Rel: 17 May 22
  1. ETA Infinity (Warm mix) (12:40)
  2. ETA Infinity (Frenzy mix) (11:17)
Intérprete: Carlos Nilmmns
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Monolense (reissue)
Cat: IFACH 001R. Rel: 07 Mar 22
  1. Monolense (7:19)
  2. Monolense (reprise) (2:28)
  3. Dead Eye (8:14)
  4. 0900 Lens (1:08)
Review: It's over 25 years since Baby Ford decamped to the studio with, alternately, Mark Broom and the late Ian 'Eon' Loveday to re-examine the depths and possibilities of collaborative underground techno. The result, as we now know, was a giant step forward into a new sound, with a new label, Ifach, that would go on to define the blueprint for a more minimal sound it would take others a decade emulate. Monolense, four bittersweet, emotional, stripped bare explorations of techno has long been sought-after, commanding high prices on the secondhand market, and is finally getting a re-release. This is not just a moment in time, but a bookmark in UK techno history.

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Aliens Don't Boogie Remixes Part 1 (Andrey Pushkarev, Waage, Mark & Matt Thibideau, Octal Industries)
  1. Aliens Don't Boogie (Andrey Pushkarev remix) (7:47)
  2. Aliens Don't Boogie (Waage remix) (6:20)
  3. Aliens Don't Boogie (Mark & Matt Thibideau remix) (7:46)
  4. Aliens Don't Boogie (Octal Industries Goes Deep remix) (6:15)
Review: The majestic Aliens Don't Boogie was an instant banger when it was released back in 1999 and has been a regular in the bags for some of the largest DJ's in the techno scene for years. Now some of the big names in the Dub techno scene make their homage to this classic and do so with style.
Firstly we have the don of the Russian techno scene Andrey Pushkarev transforming it into a ultra-deep hypnotic voyage. The Icelandic techno youngling Waage brings his hallmark dub influences and creates an after- hours delight from the source material. On the flipside, it starts with a remix from the brothers Mark & Matt Thibideau. The Canadian sensations are on their A-game with this one; creating a delicately structured atmospheric yet groovy take on the original. The release is completed with a deep and trippy remix from the Icelandic dub techno legend Octal Industries.
Thule Records is considered by many to be a pioneer in the field of dub-influenced techno music, and has been a starting point for many of Iceland's most renowned electronic musicians.

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Tags: Dub Techno
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Holiday In Beta Centauri
Holiday In Beta Centauri (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: INN8 005. Rel: 19 Apr 22
  1. Binary System (7:12)
  2. Arps In Hyperspace (7:19)
  3. Rigil (6:51)
  4. Beyond The Nebula (Holiday In Beta Centauri) (6:06)
Review: "Way back in the 1990s, Mark Hand, Neil Iceton & Jez Nicholl channelled their love of sci-fi-fired Motor City techno into a string of inspired releases under the alias Cubic Space Collective.

After reuniting for a memorable machine jam at Freerotation festival in 2016, Hand & Iceton headed back into the studio for a one-off session and recorded 'Holiday in Beta Centauri', a musical love letter to Mad Mike and the rest of Detroit's most militant futurist techno crew.

Sending us surging skywards via 'Binary System', where lilting lead lines, fizzing electronics and enveloping chords dance atop a snappy, cymbal-heavy drum machine rhythm, before 'Arps in Hyperspace' sees them step things up a notch via layered waves of synths, sparkling melodies and a driving, hyper-speed groove.

The North-East-based twosome then attempt to warm us to the core in the shape of 'Rigil': restless organ stabs, undulating Michigan bass, alien electronics, psychedelic acid lines and Galaxy 2 Galaxy style chords catching the ear. Bringing us gently back down to earth, they complete their deep space mission with 'Beyond The Nebula (Holiday in Beta Centauri)', a bustling electro number full of stabbing analogue bass, star-burst electronics, meditative ambient chords that shimmer full of night-sky melodies.

A fine return to action for this Teesside UR-loving techno twosome... 3,167 miles away in Detroit, their achievement will be noted."

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Drum Therapy
Cat: GAREC 004. Rel: 03 May 22
  1. Rob Threezy - "Revisited" (5:48)
  2. Rob Threezy - "Liquid Metal" (6:32)
  3. Maddjazz - "Tio3Session" (5:22)
  4. Maddjazz - "TR DrumTool" (5:46)
Review: The Groove Access label kicks on to a third release here and it comes in the form of a split EP between Rob Threezy and Maddjazz. Threezy kicsk off on the a-side with 'Threezy', a panel beating techno workout with leggy drums and elastic bass that will spangled any crowd. His second cut, 'Liquid Metal' is another masterclass in bendy bass and chunky drum funk, this time with vocal stabs layered in for extra spice. Maddjazz then steps up to kick off the flipside in frantic acid laced fashion with all sorts of OG Chicago house ranges over booming techno grooves. 'TR DrumTool' is a final weapon for dance floor destruction.
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Ohm Series 4
  1. Soela - "Fledgling" (6:40)
  2. Dawn Razor - "Calm Storm" (5:48)
  3. Pvt Vasquez - "Live In Fear" (7:07)
  4. Semitone Cycles - "Elusive" (6:29)
Review: Following excellent appearances from the likes of Roger Gerressen, Thor and Alessandro Crimi, the OHM Series continues to explore mellow threads of techno from emergent talents and established craftfolk in the outer reaches. This new release kicks off with Soela offering up a slender, seductive trip through dubby moodscapes before Dawn Razor digs into a hooked groove coursing underneath big swathes of icy ambience. Stelios Vassiloudis creates a heavy stomp around 'Live In Fear' without losing the delicacy which has defined the OHM Series to date. Semitone Cycles completes the set with 'Elusive', an elegant tripper with one eye on the wooziest end of the after hours.
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Three EP
Three EP (12")
Cat: LOA 005. Rel: 29 Apr 22
  1. Scatter (9:14)
  2. Silent Running (6:08)
  3. Absence (5:59)
Review: There is plenty of great techno out there this month and none of it is finer than this Three EP from JS Zeiter. It is all sublimed crafted stuff with soft edges but real dynamism. 'Scatter' is a dubbed out but driving opener with frosty chords rippling over the fat drums and icy hi hats. 'Silent Running' brings a mournful feel with yawning pads and sombre lead synths as the scattered, echoing hits and leggy drums work down low. After that bit of beauty comes the closer 'Absence' which douses you in warm ambient pads that suspend you in a dark night sky.
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Intérprete: Tom Drew
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SDM 004 (remixes)
SDM 004 (remixes) (translucent red marbled vinyl 12" + stickers + MP3 download code)
Cat: SDM 004RMX. Rel: 11 May 22
  1. Fangs Of Gold (Mateo Hurtado remix) (7:52)
  2. Mude Augen (Talismann Rumba remix) (7:59)
  3. Oviraptor (Marco Shuttle remix) (7:06)
  4. Mude Augen (Anthony Linell remix) (6:11)
  5. Reign (Konduku remix) (6:32)
Review: Space Drum Meditation is a Hamburg-based collaboration between Eddie Ness & Liem, usually known for their house music exploits on Lehult, but exploring more techno oriented sounds on this project. For SDM 004 they've tapped some of the most respected names in the scene's underground for a series of remixes. Mateo Hurdato will cast a spell on you with his tribal trance redux of 'Fangs Of Gold', Talismann goes Purposemaker on +8 with his powerful polyrhythmic reinterpretation of 'Mude Augen', the same track receiving a rework by hypnotic techno expert Anthony Linell, and likewise Marco Shuttle gets those Sound Of Rome vibes in effect on his re-rub of "Oviraptor".
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100% Juice
100% Juice (2xLP)
Cat: REKIDS 201. Rel: 22 Apr 22
  1. 100% Juice (4:59)
  2. Slush (4:10)
  3. Rainbow Bridge (3:59)
  4. Reverse (4:45)
  5. Wonky Workout (4:29)
  6. I Want (4:23)
  7. Boxed In (4:44)
  8. Wiggle Me This (5:06)
Review: Mark Broom is a techno veteran, but just because he enjoys that sot of status doesn't mean he has lost his edge. He proves that here with a hefty new record on Radio Salve's mighty Rekids. It bangs from the off with his signature heavy drums defining each of the tracks across all four sides of vinyl. '100% Juice' is peak time tackle with incendiary hit hats and loopy synths, 'Slush' is a head melter with more warped lines and elsewhere 'Wonky Workout' does exactly what says on the tin. There is a brilliantly unsettling and eerie vibe to 'Boxed In' and straight up dance floor fire in 'Wiggle Me This.'
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Can't Change
Cat: AOS 1019. Rel: 25 Apr 22
  1. Virgil (feat Mitchell Yoshida)
  2. Money Hit Da Floor (feat Supercoolwicked & Amir Hassan)
  3. Aaayoooooo (feat Alister Fawnwoda)
  4. Can't Change
  5. Inner Luv (Intrumental mix)
  6. Bend Who (feat Milf Melly & King Milo)
  7. Whale Sex
  8. Multiple Orgasms
  9. Ice Cream (feat Alandra O Smith & Supercoolwicked)
  10. Miss Hunn'nay (feat Mad Mike Banks)
  11. My Momma & 'Nem Said I Don't Have To!!!
  12. Start This Over Again (feat Supercoolwicked)
  13. Jump
  14. Outer Jass Authority (feat Supercoolwicked, De'Sean Jones & Ian Finkelstein)
Review: Omar Alex Smith's development as an artist is such that these days, it's hard to predict what he'll put out next, musically speaking. Can't Change, his first album for two years, is a great example of this. While there are examples of his trademark hypnotic, driving, heavily electronic Motor City house sound (see 'Whale Sex', 'Inner Love' and the acidic 'My Momma and Ned Say You Don't Have To'), these rub shoulders with tracks that more expressly explore his different inspirations, as well as nods to Detroit musical history. The results are predictably impressive, with our picks including the jazzy, soulful and sun-kissed dancefloor pressure of 'Virgil', the mutant R&B/hip-hop of 'Bend Who', revivalist piano house sing-along 'Start This Over Again' and a jaunty workout featuring vocals from UR's 'Mad' Mike Banks ('Miss Hunn'ayy').
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Nadi EP
Nadi EP (12")
Cat: TOKEN 107. Rel: 11 May 22
  1. Aura (5:25)
  2. Warrior One (5:41)
  3. Nadi (5:34)
  4. Centaurus (5:00)
Review: There's no mucking about on this latest Token 12" from Ignez, who pairs things right back to only the most core essentials. 'Aura' is super tight and economical but still hugely atmospheric with its clipped kicks and dry hits overlaid with a chopped vocal sound. 'Warrior One' is another one with plenty of pent up kinetic energy in the chattery claps and melodies that dart about the mix like a kid with ADHD. 'Nadi' is then designed to keep you looking over your shoulders while you dance on the tips of your toes and 'Centaurus' comes on strong with blasts of bass and searching synth work.
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Steel City Dance Discs Volume 26
Cat: SCDD 026. Rel: 26 Apr 22
  1. Higher (Steel City Power House) (7:11)
  2. Saint Laurent (6:15)
  3. Picanya 2400 (5:18)
  4. Bosozoku (5:30)
  5. Move Like Vibert (6:21)
Review: Evan Campbell has already delivered some killer club cuts under the Ketamma alias, including solo EPs on Shall Note Fade, G-Town and Homage, and a solid collaborative 12" alongside UK veteran Lone. He's in predictably fine form on this first Steel City Dance Discs outing too, first slamming down some DJ Duke style NYC 'power house' (heavy grooves, soulful vocal samples and addictive piano riffs) on 'Higher (Steel City Power House)', before brilliantly fusing techno and classic house sounds on 'Saint Laurent'. Elsewhere, 'Picanya 2400' is a bouncy, rushing peak-time techno treat, 'Bososoku' is a surging, riff-heavy stomper and 'Move Like Vibert' is a loving, wholehearted tribute to Luke Vibert's bonkers-but-brilliant Wagon Christ project.
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Plastic Rain
Cat: TRM 005. Rel: 16 May 22
  1. Hypnotism (5:39)
  2. Plastic Rain (5:19)
  3. Ava (5:02)
  4. Dead Waves (5:57)
Review: Trauma Collective go out all guns blazing with a fierce offering by ascendant Italian producer Sciahriar Tavakoli aka Sciahri (Sublunar Records/Unknot). The Trauma EP is at once an obviously loyal tribute to the imprint platforming him, while being a visceral soundtrack to the gradual setting in of early morning lights. Wasting no time in exercising his sonic assault, opening cut "Hypnotism" will affect you much like its name suggests on this punishing, splintered- beat body basher, before pummelling you into submission on the strobed-out warehouse techno epic "Plastic Rain". He then ventures into the more abrasive shades of texture and gradient on the experimentally minded "Ava" until getting off-the-grid once more with a descent even deeper into the void, on the knackered closer "Dead Waves".
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Disc Trail
Cat: XK 026. Rel: 11 May 22
  1. Disc Trail (4:24)
  2. Grain (6:51)
  3. Grain (No Moon remix)
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Exhale Va003 Part 1
Cat: EXH 003A. Rel: 12 May 22
  1. Amelie Lens - "All Of You" (5:11)
  2. Proxyma - "Schwarze Funktion" (5:39)
  3. Basswell - "Troublemaker" (4:50)
  4. Caravel - "Queen Of Darkness" (5:26)
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Bolle Di Dolore EP
Cat: DNZT 011. Rel: 11 May 22
  1. Bolle Di Dolore (4:17)
  2. Ricordi (9:01)
  3. Flauto Magico (5:14)
  4. Bolle Di Dolore (Off The Meds remix) (5:11)
Review: Bolle Di Dolore (Bubbles of Pain) is a collaboration between Claudio Brioschi and Andrea Barbieri aka Tamburi Neri, from northern Italy. The pair have crafted three sublime slo-mo tribal techno workouts that would be worthy for inclusion in a Donato Dozzy DJ set, and released via Adiel's Danza Tribale imprint. Dedicated to free and limitless thinking, their sweet stories and cloudy landscapes hope to open doors and end discrimination "because in the world there is room for everyone". Features a remix by Swedish-South African boyband Off the Meds.
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Futuro Primitivo
Cat: PHLX 003. Rel: 09 May 22
  1. Atomica (5:44)
  2. Euro Shock (5:38)
  3. Pleasure Dome (5:08)
  4. Upon Your Soul (4:47)
  5. Minefields (5:04)
Review: Retro-Future beats for stubborn ravers.
Phase O'Matic is a London based promising producer.
Philoxenia is delighted to have him on board.
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Voltage Controlled Love Affair
  1. My Heart Will Go On (5:46)
  2. Words Of Affirmation (5:47)
  3. Platonic Intimacy (5:39)
  4. Candy Girl (5:37)
Review: This four track EP born out of lockdown for the Dutch DJ is a duality of classic house tropes and experimental breakbeat-infused ambient techno, though still very much a "family affair" as Kofi himself puts it. At its core, the EP is a sonical story of the past couple of years. The A-side focus on others, and on the nature of love, with A1s 'My Heart Will Go On' being a classic techno house banger. The B-side looks inwards more meditatively through its melodic experimentation - itself born from Kofi's frustrated studio sessions filled with writer's block culminating in B2s 'Candy Girl', a self-confessed 'electro banger'. This EP is an invitation into lockdown through Kofi's eyes and ears and is a storytelling marvel through the scope of techno.
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Listen & Nisida Remixed Vol 2
  1. Nisida (Michael Mayer remix) (6:12)
  2. Nisida (DJ Tennis remix) (6:48)
  3. Orizzonte (1979 remix) (5:58)
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The Peninsula (Luke Hess mix)
Cat: NPM 003. Rel: 04 May 22
  1. Begin Again (5:44)
  2. Peninsula (6:06)
  3. Miss The Colors (5:58)
  4. Une Belle Matinee (4:58)
  5. Begin Again (Luke Hess remix) (5:45)
Review: When it comes to floor-filling tracks that balance smart drum programming with pure melodic bliss, you can always rely on John Beltran to deliver. The five track EP contains masterful ambient pieces with a Detroit/Chicago analog house vibe bringing a warm and psychedelic feel. He joins the label's third release with a brilliant chill-out EP entitled 'The Peninsula', united by another Detroit legend Luke Hess, bringing his traditional 303 upbeat sound remixing 'Begin Again'. Visual artist Alona Rodeh also joins the release showcasing her stunning High-Vis (Future, Black) which featured in her first solo exhibition at the Christine Konig Galerie in Vienna last year.
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Moonward EP
Cat: STLR 003. Rel: 13 May 22
  1. The Space Between Everything (7:09)
  2. When Darkness Turns Into Light (5:11)
  3. Transcendent (8:39)
  4. Moonward (7:05)
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Mirage (12")
Cat: F93RECS 021. Rel: 03 May 22
  1. Mirage (5:50)
  2. Sometimes You Gotta Let It Go (6:45)
Review: Bass house hero Will Clarke is back this week, with a wicked two-tracker for Factory 93 out of sunny Los Angeles, California. On the A side you've got 'Mirage' which is another powerful main room techno workout in the vein of recent material by the Bristolian on labels like Drumcode. Over on the flip, there's the gnarly, Reese-driven fury of "Sometimes You Gotta Let It Go" which again shows restraint but is perfect tackle for DJs to lead into the peak time.
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Portals Of Unknown
Cat: TR 033. Rel: 21 Mar 22
  1. Ancient Astronauts (6:45)
  2. Stargate To Cosmos (6:45)
  3. Object In The Sky (7:51)
Review: Three distinctly outer space-themed cuts from Greece's Alex Celler, each with a linear minimal/tech skeleton that has other, interloping musical influences draped elegantly and classily across it. 'Ancient Astronuats' has the weird, wired mystical stirrings of early Black Dog about it, complete with melting, bendy electro notations that coax it along and add a psychedelic dimension. 'Stargate To Cosmos' has a playful, Drexciyan feel to it, with crunchy, organic drum beats flirting alongside the more rigid electrics. 'Object In The Sky' is the most minimal of the pack, sleek and stalker-like, but still contains enough action - mainly floating around up there in the ether - to hold and build attention.
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Tags: Minimal
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Trans Europe Express
Cat: 16301/CAP 16301. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. Europe Endless
  2. The Hall Of Mirrors
  3. Showroom Dummies
  4. Trans Europe Express
  5. Metal On Metal
  6. Franz Schubert
  7. Endless Endless
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System Theory
Cat: ARTSW 007. Rel: 06 May 22
  1. Isolation (5:49)
  2. Abroad (6:17)
  3. Function (6:00)
  4. System Theory (6:30)
Review: After 11 years of cultivating a following in Eastern Europe, Greek-born Polish artist Karol Mozgawa (aka DEAS) has dropped another incredible hard-hitting dose of techno to add to his vast catalogue. Containing elements of trance, the melodic thumping and psychedelic feel of Abroad transitions to a mechanical and industrial side B with title track 'System Theory', a major highlight on the 4 track EP, being a dystopian floor-filling anthem that is both referential of its underground roots yet still remarkably refreshing in a world where big room house continues to dominate. Though limited in tracks, System Theory is a journey through the sonic breadth of Eastern Europe's most interesting offerings.
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Earthbeat (30th Anniversary Edition) (Record Store Day RSD 2022)
Cat: DLPRSDTOT 7. Rel: 30 Apr 22
  1. Mental Cube - "Q" (4:15)
  2. Yage - "Quazi" (6:32)
  3. Candese - "You Took My Love" (4:18)
  4. The Future Sound Of London - "Papua New Guinea" (Dumb Child Of Q) (4:24)
  5. Indo Tribe - "Owl" (4:55)
  6. Semi Real - "People Livin' Today" (5:03)
  7. Yage - "Theme From Hot Burst" (4:36)
  8. Indo Tribe - "Shrink" (4:29)
  9. Mental Cube - "So This Is Love" (4:49)
  10. Mental Cube - "Chile Of The Bass Generation" (4:01)
  11. Smart Systems - "Tingler" (4:35)
  12. Yage - "Coda Coma" (4:50)
  13. Indo Tribe - "In The Mind Of A Child" (5:05)
  14. Humanoid - "Stakker Humanoid" (Coby '94 mix) (6:05)
  15. Smart Systems - "Creator" (2:57)
  16. Indo Tribe - "Bite The Bullet Baby" (3:15)
 in stock $34.05
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