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Likemind 06
Likemind 06 (2xLP) (1 per customer)
Cat: LM 06. Rel: 30 Apr 21
  1. Madam 6 (5:51)
  2. In Motion (6:09)
  3. Contrapoint (7:38)
  4. Interlagos (7:04)
  5. Eau Rouge (6:50)
  6. Slipstream (6:58)
  7. Mirage (7:09)
  8. Minutes (6:59)
Review: Given the recent rise in interest in early-to-mid 1990s ambient techno, IDM and melodic electronica, it was probably only a matter of time before Paul Smith dipped into the archives of his Likemind label and offered up a new collection of period works from Nurmad Jusat under the Nuron and Fugue aliases. The eight tracks scattered across this essential double-pack originally appeared on two separate EPs in 1993 and '94 respectively. The standard is exceptionally high throughout, with Jusat casually joining the dots between deep space electro, B12/Black Dog style IDM and bubbly, acid-flecked ambient techno. We expect this to (righty) sell quickly, so don't hang around if you want to snag a copy.
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The Negative Positive
The Negative Positive (LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: BLACKLP 007. Rel: 29 Apr 21
  1. Stained With The Tears On Their Faces (3:27)
  2. Is It The Whole Truth (2:31)
  3. This Is Message To You (feat Nadine Charles) (4:01)
  4. The Negative Positive (3:17)
  5. What's Good For You (feat Obebewa) (3:27)
  6. Recovered Memories (feat Samii) (3:05)
  7. She Is Virgo (2:28)
  8. What's An Inferiority Complex (4:15)
  9. The Disclaimer (2:04)
Review: Over his long and illustrious career, Dennis 'Dego' McFarlane has made music in many complimentary styles, but it's been broken beat with which he's been associated with for the least two decades. Alongside his friend and regular studio partner Kaidi Tatham, he's developed a particular strain of "bruk" that incorporates elements of jazz, electrofunk, soul, boogie, jazz-funk and, more occasionally, hip-hop. It's this fluid, attractive, synth-heavy sound that's at the heart of The Negative Positive, his first solo full-length for two years. It's as well-made, soulful, slick and musically rich as you'd expect, with a series of stellar vocal numbers joining a swathe of similarly impressive instrumentals.
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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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Energy Flash (reissue)
Energy Flash (reissue) (clear 1-sided vinyl 12" reeditado) (1 per customer)
R&S
Cat: RS 14ENERGYFLASHCLEAR. Rel: 21 Apr 21
  1. Energy Flash (5:53)
Review: It's one of the most iconic techno tracks of all time and no matter how many times it gets reissued, there will also be demand for it. This time it is on a clear, one sided vinyl from R&S and even decades after the tune was released it still sounds fresh, new, vital. Those crashing hits, the incendiary hi hats, the endlessly warped bassline - it's the sound of a rave, complete with flashing strobes and dripping sweat. Pressed nice and loud here, complete with a fine re-mastered by the legendary Matt Colton, it's always going to be a vital 12".
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Into The Future EP
Cat: SAIS 001. Rel: 30 Apr 21
  1. Into The Future (4:59)
  2. Acid Water (6:20)
  3. Eclipse (live mix - extended re-edit) (6:10)
  4. The Globe (7:14)
Review: 
Junki Inoue is a renowned crate digger and DJ with fantastic taste as well as technical skills to pull off plenty of magic in the club. Now the Japanese artist branches out with his own new label Saisei, which translates from Japanese to mean 'reproduction' and 'to play'. The first missive comes from Dat Planet and Wah Wah Fuzzmaster aka Kino-Moderno and they cook up plenty of futuristic suds that exist in a world where house, techno and ambient meet. 'Acid Water' is all tripped out electronics and falling melodic rain with a busy 303, 'Eclipse' pairs a jittery groove with crunchy perc and things take a turn into long legged downtempo grooves on closer 'The Globe.'
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Intérprete: Thomas Roland, Sam Bangura
 in stock $15.06
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Psyche (remastered)
Cat: MC 048. Rel: 29 Apr 21
  1. Psyche (5:20)
  2. Haze (7:45)
  3. Dog Food (5:20)
  4. Psyche (alternate mix) (6:08)
Review: The Mint Condition label is now almost at the half century mark, and is still coming through with the vital reissue goods. This one focuses on Birmingham's Peter 'Doggy' Duggal, whose early 90s Psyche EP was made with a collection of bedroom hardware and influenced by the huge love for the crunchy techno sounds of Cybotron. It is edgy, textural music for dark, strobe lit warehouses, with bright, stark chords, glitchy electronics and a range of inventive drum machine rhythms. The EP includes previously unreleased tunes as well as new versions never heard before that the artist has found in his DAT archive.
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Hacking System EP
Cat: DSD 026. Rel: 27 Apr 21
  1. Freezer (6:11)
  2. Computer System (6:21)
  3. Holy Kush (6:06)
  4. Eurostep (6:14)
  5. Eurostep (ADMNTi remix) (7:24)
Review: The Dansu Discs train rolls on with fresh plates of techno from Vitess. There is a playful character to the opener 'Freezer' that is not too common in modern techno. The bas is wiggly, the stabs cute, the sound effects filled with character. 'Computer System' races ahead through flapping drums and cosmic synths with plenty of old school feels. 'Holy Kush' then bumps a bit more warm and deep, with plenty of astral melodic patterns over those punchy drums. 'Eurostep' continues in the same vein with a nice old school baseline and some cinematic details while a remix from ADMNTi closes in high speed and bumping fashion.
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Tracks From The Asylum (reissue)
Cat: UAR 002. Rel: 26 Apr 21
  1. Powder (5:59)
  2. Lost (4:55)
  3. Powder (Delano Smith More Powder remix) (7:09)
  4. Private Party (5:29)
Review: You'll struggle to find any deeper or more alluring tracks in Norm Talley's catalogue than 'Powder', the wonderfully hypnotic, locked in and subtly spacey opener from the Motor City producer's 2011 EP on Mixmode, Tracks From The Asylum. It's a good thing, then, that Talley has decided to reissue the sought-after EP on his own label. The Detroiter doesn't put a foot wrong throughout, with the chugging, beatdown-inspired brilliance of 'Lost', which boasts some sublime piano solos, and the up-beat hustle of 'Private Party' being equally as essential as 'Powder'. Speaking of that track, Delano Smith's 'More Powder' version is also worth a listen, featuring as it does slightly bolder synth riffs and a tougher, techno-influenced groove.
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Before This
O aka PHASE
Before This (grey marbled vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: MDWXLP 001. Rel: 30 Apr 21
  1. All I Could Think About (3:52)
  2. Fugue State (5:43)
  3. Human Error (4:54)
  4. Liquid Form (5:02)
  5. Intensity Fluctuations (4:27)
  6. Planck Scale (5:21)
  7. FilmNoir (5:09)
  8. Morphic-R (5:41)
  9. Zedd (6:30)
  10. TechNoir (5:54)
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After World
After World (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AE 12LTD. Rel: 12 Apr 21
  1. Silent Vibrations (6:51)
  2. Astral (6:54)
  3. Drifting Sand (7:04)
  4. Uninhabited (7:28)
Review: Icy dub techno doesn't come classier than the strain you'll find on Iceland's AE Recordings. On their latest 12", they welcome Japanese producer Altone to the fold with four impeccably sculpted immersion chambers. There's a healthy amount of movement within the scenes Altone captures, avoiding the pitfall of dub techno becoming too soporific and instead creating a powerful sense of kinesis in the shimmer and shudder of the Basic Channel-indebted chords. 'Drifting Sand' is especially powerful, using a gorgeous, resonating tone which takes on an organic quality as it gently modulates over the subliminal rhythm section. Watch out though for the squashed, house-leaning funk of 'Uninhabited' if you want a low-key groover for the hypnotic crowd.
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Seven Hills Presents: Rockers Hi Fi 92-96
Cat: SHRR 05. Rel: 27 Apr 21
  1. Seven Shades Of Dub (10:43)
  2. Paths Of Life (6:30)
  3. More & More (6:09)
  4. One With Another (7:42)
  5. Hash Recall (Bass ReTouch) (7:16)
  6. Stoned (Manali Cream mix) (7:07)
  7. Sexy Selector (8:16)
Review: Legendary UK dub techno pioneers Glyn 'Bigga' Bush and Richard Whittingham aka Rockers Hi-Fi, originally formed in 1992 in Birmingham. Rockers Hi-Fi gained a cult following in the early years of dub-techno and soundsystem culture with their psychedelic, bass-heavy blend of dub, house, techno, beats and drum & bass. We're pleased to present a selection of tracks from their formative years, mainly encompassing the club ready, dancefloor centred part of their discography. This reissue LP includes a mixture of sought after bangers, as well as some lesser known tracks which people may not have heard.
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Intérprete: DJ Python
 in stock $32.17
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Reworks EP
Reworks EP (12")
Cat: 4W 740. Rel: 28 Apr 21
  1. Believer (feat Ann Saunderson - extended mix) (6:45)
  2. Believer (feat Ann Saunderson - dub mix) (6:33)
  3. Whatever She Wants (feat Random Noise Generation - The rework) (6:33)
  4. Whatever She Wants (feat Random Noise Generation - The ReDub) (6:51)
Review: The mighty Burden Brothers return with some killer remixes of material from their back catalogue, which is always welcome to our ears. Taken from 2015's Burn It Down LP, 'Believer' was a smooth serving of mood music; its ultra deep and emotive groove complimented Ann Saunderson's gorgeous vocal and here we are treated to an extended mix (and dub) on the A side. On the flip, there's more of their idiosyncratic style of 'hi-tech soul' to be enjoyed on a rework of 'Whatever She Wants' (feat Random Noise Generation) which is more uptempo than the original, plus another handy dub version to follow.
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The Director's Cut Chapter 6
The Director's Cut Chapter 6 (180 gram vinyl 12" reeditado)
Cat: AX 084DC. Rel: 21 Apr 21
  1. The Bells (4:48)
  2. The Bells (Blue Potential version) (5:02)
  3. The Homosapien Sapiens (2:46)
Review: For the latest volume in his ongoing retrospective series "The Director's Cut", Jeff Mills has decided to offer us another chance to own his most iconic and celebrated track, "The Bells". All techno heads should know the 1996 original version that kicks off the EP, but if you don't, it's a stomping, heavily percussive romp rich in looped synth stabs and chiming melodies. Here it comes accompanied by the stunning version found on the "Blue Potential" DVD, in which Mills performed live with Montpellier Philharmonic Orchestra), and bonus cut "The Homosapien Sapiens", which appears to be a previously unreleased cut. While of interest, it's the version of "The Bells" that make the EP an essential purchase.
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Cracked Dice
Cat: CPU 01100001. Rel: 29 Apr 21
  1. Cracked Dice (5:07)
  2. Head Of The Keeper (4:53)
  3. Chemical Peel (5:40)
  4. Lemon Mishap (3:56)
Review: Live electro specialists London Modular Alliance has spent the last five years delivering killer cuts on a variety of well-regarded and high-profile underground labels (Applied Rhythmic Technology, Brokntoys and Hypercolour included), so it was probably only a matter of time before they showed up on Central Processing Unit. Cracked Dice, their first four-track assault for the Steel City imprint, is a typically distorted, off-kilter and intergalactic affair. They brilliantly set the tone via the alien electro/broken beat fusion of 'Cracked Dice', before adding broken computer bleeps, mangled modular noises and serious sub-bass to a crunchy breakbeat hardcore groove (EP highlight 'Head of the Keeper'). Flipside opener 'Chemical Peel' is an ultra-deep and dreamy electro-breaks bubbler, while 'Lemon Mishap' is Drexciya-style electro at its very best.
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 in stock $9.26
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Interludium
Interludium (1-sided 12")
Cat: HT 029. Rel: 29 Apr 21
  1. Interludium (2020 edit) (9:55)
 in stock $9.57
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Shred
Shred (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP reeditado)
Cat: ITLP 02. Rel: 29 Apr 21
  1. Everest (4:33)
  2. HAL Conv (5:20)
  3. Autotuned (6:31)
  4. Shred 08 (5:09)
  5. Backcountry (4:30)
  6. Melczop 2 (5:33)
  7. Zenker Haze Trak (4:16)
  8. Reshape (2:57)
  9. Japan Air (4:50)
  10. Shady Jibbin' (5:08)
  11. Panorama (4:42)
  12. South Mathematikz (4:10)
Review: Having established their Ilian Tape label over a wealth of 12" releases these past few years, the brothers Zenker have expanded its remit to include artist albums in the most thrilling of fashions. Their own Immersion LP set the tone early last year, and now it's the turn of fellow Munich-based DJ and producer Skee Mask with the superb Shred. This 12-track set follows a couple of Ilian Tape singles from Skee Mask which marked him out as a producer of real potential but he's really outdone himself on Shred. There is a faint concept for those that want one, an expansion on his interest in snow and glacier caps, but it's easy enough to plunge headfirst and enjoy this LP on the merits of the music alone. Ambient pieces slide into thunderous techno productions and thrilling sideways turns into broken junglist cuts and vintage IDM sounding diversions.
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Beechwood DNA EP
Cat: WRECKS 033. Rel: 30 Apr 21
  1. Fanatic (7:21)
  2. Everstar (4:29)
  3. Signify (7:00)
  4. Beechwood (7:00)
Review: Alphonse is an anonymous artist who has found a happy home on the Klasse Wrecks label. This is his third outing and is another interesting concoction that touches on everything from acid to ambient, new age to techno. And that's just on the opening tune 'Fanatic' which is as busy as you can imagine yet still has room to breathe. 'Everstar' is a hyper speed cut with layers of gleaming melody and long-tailed electronics. Further technoid funk comes in the form of 'Signify' and the more heady, dreamscape breakbeats of 'Beechwood.' These are yet more expressive weapons from this anonymous artist.
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Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $11.31
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Yossi Amoyal Presents Fluere Fatum
  1. Killer Loop - "Someone" (Juan Atkins remix)
  2. Terry Brookes - "Breaking Cycles"
  3. MSL - "Limits Of Likeness"
Review: The Sushitech label turned 15 years old in 2020 and to celebrate this milestone Yossi Amoyal has put together the Fluere compilation across four discs, plus this extended fifth part, titled Fatum. Juan Atkins' remix of 'Someone' by Killer Loop takes up residence on the A-side of this three tracker, all swirling, warm pads and spiralling filters, the percussion almost leaning towards disco with its syncopated handclaps, although the overall effect is as shiny and futuristic as you would expect from this Detroit legend. Flip it over for Terry Brookes' 'Breaking Cycles', a calm spoken word narration providing a meditational mantra to accompany the chugging house foundations, full of gentle tease. 'Limits of Likeness' by MSL completes the package with restless electro machinations and shifting clouds of synth floating across its horizon. Sheer bliss all round.
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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)
 in stock $8.40
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Meet At Infinity EP
Meet At Infinity EP (140 gram vinyl 12" + sticker & insert)
Cat: WSR GHW1. Rel: 26 Apr 21
  1. Meet At Infinity (5:21)
  2. Kepler438 (5:25)
  3. They Live (5:28)
  4. Hidden Dimension (4:38)
Review: Well Street continues to set out its stall within the realm of contemporary bassweight experimentation with this return to the fray from Ghost Warrior. Previously spotted on 31 Records, re:st and The Collection Artaud, Peter Ivanyi is the quintessential grey area producer, dealing in futuristic extrapolations of the D&B formula, where monochrome textures and dense dub atmospheres hover around needlepoint rhythms and ruthlessly controlled bass swells. With an icy demeanour offset by delicately deployed chords (at least on 'Kepler438', this is exquisitely executed, highly futuristic brain food for those who believe in D&B as much more than a raging soundtrack to a skank.
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Detroit #1 (repress)
Detroit #1 (repress) (hand-stamped 1-sided 12")
Cat: OAS 1. Rel: 28 Apr 21
  1. Oasis #1 (8:13)
Review: It is remarkable to think that Detroit badman Omar S's star has in no way diminished since this record first came out in 2004. If anything, he is ever more legendary than ever right now. His style hasn't changed much over the years - he still favours rolling drums, smart samples and bright melodies - but somehow he continues to mine new moods and grooves within that. This one was particularly special, though - the tinny drums seem to root you to the groove but also float, the melodic hook is buried deep but brings a haunting vibe that never lets yup. And that's about it, but that is more than enough when each element makes such an indelible impact.
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Tri Phase EP
Tri Phase EP (12" + insert)
Cat: OYSTER 29. Rel: 23 Apr 21
  1. Syzygy - "Little Pieces Of Love" (6:29)
  2. Syzygy - "Luminous" (4 AM mix) (7:31)
  3. Luke Warmwater - "And It's Wonderful" (6:08)
  4. Fluid - "The Man With Three Heads" (8:47)
Review: Kalahari Oyster Cult serve up a three-way split here, but all of the different alases are the same artists. That man is Dominic Glynn aka Syzygy (a duo with Justin McKay) who is also Fluid and Luke Warmwater. He has been hiding in the shadows for a few years until now but makes a welcome return with two unreleased tracks and another two enhanced re-edits. Each one shows his knack for hi speed, glistening techno that is riddled with acid lines, bright chords and a sense of machine soul normally associated with the Motor City.
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Hullabaloo
Hullabaloo (12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: ALBEIT 005. Rel: 27 Apr 21
  1. MNF (8:24)
  2. Camel Sands (4:59)
  3. Pandemonium (7:59)
Intérprete: Sam Bangura
 in stock $13.89
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Swing Shift EP
Swing Shift EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: POLO 05. Rel: 04 May 21
  1. X-Caliber (6:55)
  2. Nautilus (7:02)
  3. Candy Flip (6:47)
  4. Shift In Progress (6:47)
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Sakura EP (reissue)
Sakura EP (reissue) (translucent pink vinyl 12")
Cat: YEX 001. Rel: 23 Apr 21
  1. Sakura (5:47)
  2. Sagrada (6:09)
  3. Belvedere (5:40)
  4. Battery (5:39)
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Detroit Lost Tapes (Sushitech 15th Anniversary reissue)
Detroit Lost Tapes (Sushitech 15th Anniversary reissue) (limited gatefold coloured vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: SUSHITECH 39X. Rel: 15 Mar 21
  1. On The Run (7:34)
  2. Generator (7:00)
  3. One Day (6:45)
  4. Overseas (version) (6:48)
  5. Where Am I? (7:16)
  6. The Rock (version) (6:58)
  7. Layover (3:51)
  8. Endeavors (7:20)
  9. Before Existence (6:36)
  10. The 11th Hour (7:24)
Review: Delano Smith is one of the absolute OGs of Detroit techno, active in the scene since the 80s but always half a step to the side of the spotlight. His sound has reached many different moods and intensities over the years, but this Detroit Lost Tapes collection on Sushitech has to rank amongst the finest things he's done. As you'd expect for Sushitech, who are re-releasing this album to help toast 15 years as a label, the mood is subtle and hypnotic, balanced somewhere between techno and house without going anywhere near tech house. Sleek, refined, hypnotic and soulful, this is Smith at his very best.
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ITX 21
ITX 21 (hand-stamped 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ITX 21. Rel: 29 Apr 21
  1. Ous (5:08)
  2. 80L (3:04)
  3. Senking (5:25)
  4. TR10 (5:24)
  5. Onoff (3:13)
  6. Patty (4:04)
Review: Hallucinating Gnarly Spring Breakers.Following a swathe of rock-solid EPs from Walton and Pessimist, Ilian Tape ITX sub-label welcomes back Munich man Konrad Wehrmeister for the first time in three years. What's on offer is a mini album of hazy and occasionally dubby techno mutations, some of which sound like they were designed for the deepest of dancefloors. Many of the melodic elements on show are built around abstract electronic textures, while the rhythms flit between bold and brassy (see the breathless techno-jack of 'Senking' and bustling, breakbeat-driven IDM of 'TR10'), and sparse and spaced-out ('Ous' and '80L', both of which put a new, off-kilter spin on dub techno). Throw in a couple of woozy ambient numbers and you've got a great EP on undulating electronic goodness.
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Super Rhythm Trax
VARIOUS
Cat: SRTXLP 001. Rel: 30 Mar 21
  1. DMX Krew - "Duke Beat" (2:36)
  2. Luke's Anger - "Blind Test" (5:06)
  3. Fear-E - "Drunken Attic Conversion" (5:25)
  4. Jerome Hill - "Plumphouse Groove" (5:45)
  5. Matt Whitehead - "Mystery Of Mysteries" (6:17)
  6. DJ Raf - "Espresso" (4:00)
  7. Cursor Miner - "Back To Front Pants" (4:14)
  8. Mike Ash - "Clone Cheek" (4:13)
  9. Dance System - "Break It Down" (4:55)
  10. Jared Wilson - "Srtraxx 2" (5:38)
Review: A treasured label by techno's many retroverts, London's Super Rhythm Traxx gathers up the usual suspects for its first various artists compilation. Label chief Jerome Hill has tapped the likes of DMX Krew, who contributes the block rockin' 'Duke Beat', label staple Matt Whitehead channels early '90s UK intelligent techno on the mesmerising 'Mystery Of Mysteries', Mike Ash has likewise been affiliated with the label from way back when, and gets on his old school acid wiggle with 'Clone Cheek'. Elsewhere, 777 main man Jared Wilson is no stranger to the label either, he similarly serves up some Roland TB-303 antics on the tunnelling 'SRTRAXX 2'.
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Steel City Dance Discs Vol 22
Cat: SCDD 022. Rel: 28 Apr 21
  1. Psychopath (5:36)
  2. Cops Ain't Shit (5:28)
  3. 6 Million Ways To Die (4:33)
  4. Bad Boy (4:43)
  5. Alert (4:38)
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Everybody (remastered)
Cat: AR 011R21. Rel: 26 Apr 21
  1. K Hand - "Everybody" (4:22)
  2. Claude Young - "You Give Me" (dub) (4:32)
  3. Claude Young - "You Give Me" (instrumental) (4:17)
Review: American underground artists don't come much bigger or better than K Hand and Claude Young. Having them both one on EP is special indeed. The first lady of hardcore house goes first with 'Everybody', a typically gritty, lo-fi, filthy cut with a dark heart and rugged drum loops nailing you to the floor. It is long time techno innovator Claude Young who then steps up with 'You Give Me,' firstly as a jacking dub with a slinky sense of groove, then as an instrumental that is more roomy but still with a fantastic punchy rhythm that is irresistible.
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Intérprete: Superbreak
 in stock $11.59
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Listening Systems
Listening Systems (1-sided yellow vinyl 7" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: DTRV 004.5. Rel: 22 Apr 21
  1. Listening Systems (5:50)
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Portgas D Ace
Cat: GRFF 005. Rel: 30 Apr 21
  1. MAE (5:57)
  2. Jr Smith (5:09)
  3. Raftel (5:00)
  4. Portgas D Ace (6:17)
 in stock $14.20
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Prologue
Prologue (12")
Cat: MNMT PROLOGUE. Rel: 16 Apr 21
  1. Shoal - "Fields" (8:10)
  2. Korridor - "Amygdala" (6:56)
  3. Claudio PRC - "Stars Trail Over Oslo" (6:50)
  4. Atomic Moog - "The Last Train" (7:05)
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Music For Hot Babes Only!
Cat: FXHE PIMP. Rel: 01 Apr 21
  1. Cadillacs & Dinosaurs (6:54)
  2. Ain't No Real Pimps Anymore (vocal mix) (4:03)
  3. Ain't No Real Pimps Anymore (acappella mix) (2:51)
Review: New Omar S 12" featuring John FM!
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 in stock $13.05
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Think Again
Cat: AX 101. Rel: 16 Apr 21
  1. Life On The Flipside (5:27)
  2. The Infinite Voyage (5:57)
  3. Breaker Breaker One Nine (4:04)
  4. The Upside Down (6:03)
  5. With (0:35)
Review: Jeff Mills for Axis Records. Are there any more exciting words for fans of Detroit techno? Here The Wizard assumes his MIllsart alias and once again sets off to explore extra terrestrial soundscapes. The tempo here is slower than under his own name, leaving more space for the sci-fi details and cosmic motifs to really sink in. The beats roll deep, too, with gentle percussive clatter dropped in from above. In the case of 'Breaker Breaker One Nine' the sound is almost Glenn Underground-esque. It is the EP highlight, though the glistening 'The Upside Down' is not far behind.
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Corbomite Manuever EP
Corbomite Manuever EP (clear vinyl double 12")
Cat: MC 022CLEAR. Rel: 21 Apr 21
  1. War Of The Worlds (Epic mix)
  2. Siren
  3. War Of The Worlds (Dark Room mix)
  4. Without A Sound (Left Brain mix)
  5. After
  6. Corbomite Manuever
  7. Without A Sound (Right Brain mix)
  8. Without A Sound (Silent mix)
Review: As you probably know, Kenny Larkin was an early Detroit techno pioneer who then got out of the game and head off to be a standout comedian. It is that fact which influent the title of this EP, which was first put out back in 1992. The reissue label Mint Condition now polish it up and push it on us once again, and we couldn't be more receptive. This is proper timeless techno. The tracks are raw by design, but have sublime synth work that looks to an optimistic future. There is both banging stuff such as 'Without A Sound' but also perfect dreamy and spacious tackle like 'Corbomite Manuever,' making this a hugely useful EP.
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The Vanguard EP (reissue)
The Vanguard EP (reissue) (clear vinyl double 12")
Cat: MC 023CLEAR. Rel: 21 Apr 21
  1. Myopsis (5:07)
  2. Northern Lights (6:36)
  3. Vanguard (9:59)
  4. Rozetta Says Bad Shit (3:14)
  5. Myopsis (Ten Miles High mix) (5:26)
  6. Myopsis (Dark Comedy mix) (4:55)
  7. Chinese Checkers (4:18)
  8. Lifeforms (8:54)
Review: This is the second Kenny Larkin reissue Mint Condition has lined up for us this month. This one finds the Detroit techno pioneer work under his POD alias, where the other is from his Dark Comedy days. A real highlight for the second wave circa 1992, these soul-drenched techno tracks are exactly why we love the Motor City sound so much. Thankfully, all six originals are given full room to breath across two sides of wax - with bonus, previously CD-only tune 'Chinese Checkers' also included for good measure. Our favourite is the icy electro coolness of 'Northern Lights,' or maybe the warm cosmic techno hustle of 'Vanguard.'
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Intérprete: MARCO FARAONE
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Tru
Tru (12" reeditado)
Cat: LIVITY 034. Rel: 13 Apr 21
  1. Tru (4:35)
  2. Opal (5:44)
  3. The Light Within You (6:17)
 in stock $9.85
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No Mercy
No Mercy (12")
Cat: SNDST 89. Rel: 30 Apr 21
  1. No Mercy (6:28)
  2. Joker Smile (6:26)
  3. Sticky (5:20)
 in stock $9.85
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Protest Love Songs
Cat: PNKMN 042. Rel: 06 Apr 21
  1. New Tech Swing (5:01)
  2. Die Welt (6:47)
  3. Slaves Of War (5:17)
  4. Jus Tee Naa (5:19)
Review: Credit 00 is back on the cult Pinkman label with more of his twisted electro slash new beat slash odd-ball club joints. 'New Tech Swing' is slow and tests you as it churns over, with prickly hits and slithering electro bass, while 'Die Welt' brings a more dark vibe that is haunting and star-gazing. 'Slaves Of War' is another track focussed don atmosphere with is slow, sludgy beats and dehumanised vocals. 'Jus Tee Naa' is a drunken rhythm with kicks and bass and acid twitches all piled up on top of one another and threatening to collapse at any time.
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Sirius City
Sirius City (blue vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: AR/RLB 0052. Rel: 04 May 21
  1. Sirius City (5:03)
  2. UFO (4:38)
  3. Call Me, Acid (6:12)
  4. Stars (4:03)
Review: Following on from last year's impressive Redlight debut, Scott Hess is back on his Adeen label with another selection of warm and inventive house cuts splashed with colour and analogue wobbles precision-engineered to catch your ear. Lead track 'Sirius City' leans on a harmonically rich lead line and plenty of off-kilter wriggles to appeal to those who want some cheekiness in their tunes. 'UFO' sports a tasteful acid tweak running in between plush pads and snappy drums, while 'Call Me, Acid' plays around with telephone tropes to make a bleepy jam that will have the ID requests flying in. 'Stars' offers something sweeter to complete the set, spacing out the beats to leave the synths plenty of room to cavort around a celestial name-checking session for deep house dreamers.
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Fatal Deep Space Journey EP
Cat: PARTOUT 703. Rel: 30 Apr 21
  1. Wrong Operating Model (5:34)
  2. Lost Connection (5:28)
  3. Alienation Dance (4:49)
  4. Dead World (5:56)
 in stock $13.32
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Misted
Misted (12")
Cat: USR 018. Rel: 30 Apr 21
  1. Ltm003 (5:43)
  2. M aus (4:38)
  3. Acid_e (4:20)
  4. Izolal (4:17)
 in stock $13.89
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Play Monotonous EP (feat Actress remix)
Cat: WIG 08. Rel: 22 Mar 21
  1. Fast City
  2. Rubber Stamp
  3. Play Monotonous
  4. Rubber Stamp (Actress remix)
Review: The Wigflex label, born out of a peerless, many-limbed operation in Nottingham, has been a little dormant of late. The last release, 2015's Wigflex City Monsters compilation, came out as a limited edition toy and cassette double pack - this is a crew who like to do things differently. Now they're back, presenting the relatively unknown Son Of Philip, whose sound features the kind of full-frequency synth warbles that might well trigger latent Border Community fans. Across three original tracks, Son Of Philip explores a sensitive sound which feels like a comfy fit on Wigflex. To keep things spicy though, the mighty Actress steps up on the B2 to deliver a dusty, thumping techno version of 'Rubber Stamp'.
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The Last Trumpet
The Last Trumpet (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TRAPID 02. Rel: 12 Apr 21
  1. The Last Trumpet (5:54)
  2. We Don't (5:55)
  3. Red Mutants (6:22)
  4. We Are The Light (6:49)
Review: Techno producers and DJ's first and foremost, Subradeon find Soul at the heart of their work, be it via their productions on labels like Rekids, Motech, and Hardgroove.Subradeon are the Neapolitan new school techno producers who carry on in the fine tradition of the likes of Rino Cerrone and Gaetano Parisio. Their sound is soulful, with bouncy drums and vocals to embellish the grooves and really make sure they strike hard. 'The Last Trumpet' is a sleek and clean banger, an early Detroit-styled anthem for the peak of the night that still has its foot in the underground. 'We Don't' is lit up with silvery synths and chatte-ring percussion, again a la Motor City sound of Underground Resistance. The closing two tracks bring yet more high energy, stirring laced sounds that are epic and excellent in equal measure.
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Nech 011
Nech 011 (12")
Cat: NECH 011. Rel: 22 Apr 21
  1. 2020 (7:06)
  2. Gravity Ruins (5:41)
  3. Flower Power (5:33)
  4. Cat From Mars (7:03)
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Jalada
Jalada (12" + insert)
Cat: WHS 01. Rel: 21 Apr 21
  1. Jalada (6:36)
  2. Jalada (Wa Wu We Ventilation) (7:54)
  3. Jalada (Feral Night Vision) (6:01)
  4. Jalada (Illuvia Inversion) (8:19)
Review: Whispering Signals label head Daniel Danieli presented its first release last year, which receives a much needed reissue here. The Aachen based producer delivers a sublime journey through the deeper spectrum of dub techno on the haunting 'Jalada' which meanders down a cavernous and glacial path. Several remixes are included, with acclaimed Scandinavian producer Sebastian Mullaert injecting the track with more dancefloor dynamics, while remaining respectful of the original's aesthetic. Over on the flip, Feral's Night Vision rework had us impressed, where he took the track into cerebral realms of hypnotic techno - which the Italians are true experts at

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002 (reissue with bonus track)
Cat: AOS (002). Rel: 08 Dec 09
  1. I Hate
  2. Miss You
  3. Untitled
  4. U
  5. Set It Out
Review: Bless up Omar S! The FXHE man is always happy to repress and reissue some of his earlier records for those that missed out at the time and here he offers a welcome chance to dig into a veritable slab of label history. AOS002 is where it all began for Omar S, first released way back in 2003 as a four track 12" of tunnelling techno and deftly sampled Detroit house. It's been repressed several times over the years with more recent editions featuring a bonus untitled track deep into the B side. The limited 2015 edition now comes in three different colours; orange, red, or brown. Whichever you chose this should be considered an essential addition to your FXHE collection.
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 in stock $13.62
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BARKER 001
BARKER 001 (hand-stamped 12" reeditado)
Cat: BARKER 001. Rel: 01 Apr 21
  1. Neuron Collider (6:05)
  2. Kickboxing (4:43)
  3. Maximum Utility (7:28)
 in stock $14.49
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Tales Of Z
Tales Of Z (140 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: ERS 047. Rel: 22 Mar 21
  1. The Orm (6:34)
  2. Volzotan's Phogarr (5:47)
  3. Natiff (5:41)
  4. X Capsule (5:23)
  5. Mind Expander XS (10:00)
  6. Pillowed Zamomine (2:15)
  7. Bollognaise (6:43)
  8. Laptantidel (4:46)
Review: DJ Normal 4 has boiled his name down for this latest trip out on Emotional Response, which finds the German breakbeat evangelist getting into a specifically tranced-out mode which should sit right with many a new age raver. The 90s is plastered all over this release, which rolls low and heavy like a good trance record should, and there's an honesty about DJN4's particular approach which makes the tracks land perfectly. Conceptual consistency is also key, meaning the twitchier cuts like 'X Capsule' can sit comfortably alongside unabashed wig out fodder such as the psy-tinged 'Mind Expander XS'. If you love the early, moodier strains of trance, this record is essential.
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 in stock $24.05
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