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HS 2401
HS 2401 (12")
Cat: HS 2401. Rel: 03 Jun 24
B/W Flower (10:56)
9 Degrees & Rain (9:58)
 in stock $15.30
Fenix EP
Fenix EP (12")
Cat: HVN 065. Rel: 03 Jun 24
Paranoid (6:05)
Black Dog (7:04)
Echoing (5:10)
Travelling Wind (7:34)
Orange Sailes (6:38)
Fenix (7:23)
 in stock $16.63
Hydraulix Va03
Hydraulix Va03 (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: HYDROVA 03. Rel: 30 May 24
Acerbic - "Deep In Your Mind" (6:41)
Minor Dott - "What You Callin Acid" (6:39)
Andreas Kraemer & Shadym - "Reflect" (6:29)
DAVE The Drummer & Phil Kershaw - "Bassline Sunset" (6:55)
Review: Hydraulix Records continues to push the boundaries of ravey techno with Va03, a four-track EP that transports listeners back to the early '90s warehouse scene with its infectious energy and relentless beats. Side 1 kicks off with Acerbic's 'Deep In Your Mind,' a heavy sci-fi pounder that channels the essence of early '90s techno rave vibes. With nods to the big Belgium sounds and a prominent Hoover sound, this track is an instant banger that commands attention on the dancefloor. Following suit, Minor Dott's 'What You Callin Acid' delivers a menacing and sinister atmosphere, characterized by its mechanical and demonic undertones. It's a track that exudes raw power and intensity, perfect for those craving an adrenaline-fueled sonic experience. On Side 2, Andreas Kraemer & Shadym team up to bring us 'Reflect,' a percussive and loopy journey through hardcore rave sounds. The track pulsates with energy, immersing listeners in a hypnotic groove that's impossible to resist. Finishing things are Dave The Drummer & Phil Kershaw's 'Bassline Sunset,' a big room rave techno anthem that hits all the right notes. With its infectious bassline and euphoric atmosphere, this track is destined to ignite dancefloors worldwide. Each track on this EP offers a unique sonic experience, making it a must-have for fans of the early 90s rave scene.
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Radium (12")
Cat: RX 8. Rel: 21 Jun 24
Radium (7:53)
Uranium Smuggle (7:01)
Hibernation Drive (6:15)
Review: For their latest trick, the Rawax crew has taken a deep dive into the back catalogue of Roman Flugel and Jorn Elling Wuttke's work as Acid Jesus - the project with which they made their name before morphing into Alter Ego. Lead cut 'Radium' dates from 1995 and wraps alien electro sonics, proto-minimal techno motifs and pots and pans percussion around a deep bassline and hypnotic machine drums. The pair's passion for heads-down hypnotism and metallic noises is further explored on the superb 'Uranium Smuggle' (which originally appeared on the flip-side of 'Radium'), while 'Hibernation Drive' is a punchy and evocative electro number first released in 1997.
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Radium (limited purple vinyl 12")
Cat: RX 8P. Rel: 21 Jun 24
Radium (7:51)
Uranium Smuggle (7:01)
Hibernation Drive (6:15)
Review: The reissue of Acid Jesus's tracks 'Radium,' 'Uranium Smuggle,' and 'Hibernation Drive' is a momentous occasion for electronic music enthusiasts. Produced between 1995-1997 at Klangfabrik, these tracks are a testament to the duo's pioneering sound and gathered here for a vinyl pressing together for the first time. 'Radium' and 'Uranium Smuggle' showcase a similar sonic structure, with 'Radium' delivering a frenzied, peak-hour experience, while 'Uranium Smuggle' offers a cooler, more contemplative journey. The underated track, 'Hibernation Drive,' is not to be missed. This gem is stunning blend of IDM, techno, acid, electro, and Detroit influences. It's a masterpiece that transcends genres completing this German bomb.
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Four Tracks
Four Tracks (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: MNQ 164. Rel: 19 Jun 24
Wounds (5:31)
Life Reborn (5:08)
Spectres (5:27)
Digital Space Interface (4:21)
Review: Mannequin's line in techno is always steely and fad-free, so Alessandro Adriani is a perfect person to step up and make the next contribution to its catalogue. There is an electro overtone to the opener with its muscular rhythms and zippy synths making for a dark, dystopian vibe. 'Life Reborn' then ups the energy levels with paddy kick drums beneath coruscated arps and tumbling hits that bring a hint of old-school EBM to the party. 'Spectres' is more overtly dark and hard and menacing with its ghoulish vocals and 'Digital Space Interface' then takes off to the cosmos on more sleek lines and something machine drum funk.
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The Age Of Love (remastered)
The Age Of Love (remastered) (silver vinyl 12")
Cat: DIKIR 2403SILVER. Rel: 24 May 24
The Age Of Love (Charlotte De Witte & Enrico Sangiuliano remix)
The Age Of Love (Jam & Spoon Watch Out For Stella mix - 2021 Remaster) (6:47)
The Age Of Love (Solomun's Renaissance remix) (8:11)
Review: Charlotte de Witte & Enrico Sangiuliano come together to serve up a very personal remix of the hugely influential self-titled classic by Age Of Love. The latter artists originally wrote their best-known track in 1990, shortly after which it became an instant favourite on the global trance circuit. Now specially mastered and reissued once again in 2024 after an initial run in 2021, we're met with three exclusive remixes on this version: one huge-room interpretation by the aforementioned dance giganames and two further deep cuts by Jam & Spoon and Solomun, the former of which also appeared alongside the original and hears a remaster.
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Everything From Uptown
Cat: ABLK 007. Rel: 21 Jun 24
Everything From Uptown (7:27)
Everything From Uptown (Altitude City Night remix) (7:33)
Cocktail De L'eau (6:07)
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IL 005
IL 005 (12")
Cat: IL 005. Rel: 21 May 24
Aleqs Notal - "Message From The P" (6:44)
Aleqs Notal - "Drinking Workers" (5:50)
Modern House Quintet - "Nadrezacalenis" (7:35)
Modern House Quintet - "Dioskouron" (8:10)
Review: Syncrophone presents the very first vinyl release from Aleqs Notal's label, Industrial Light. Notal here teams up with longtime friend and fellow producer Modern House Quintet, and together they lay down four pure dancefloor heaters for the contemporary disco-goer. Opening with two functional acid house bustlers, we then get deeper with things with the latter's nocturnal shuffle 'Nadrezacalenis', before ending on a return to utility with 'Disokouron' as well as an inversion of the A1, 'Message From The P', in an upped Chicago house style.
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Rave Luv
Rave Luv (12")
Cat: BPX 36. Rel: 30 May 24
Rave Luv
Lust (5:15)
Review: Ellen Allien remains at the top of her game for big, pounding Berlin techno with a deviant edge, and that's no more apparent than on 'Rave Luv'. Chopping up vocals and messing with the synth shapes, she proves that just a few tweaks can take a tried and tested formula into wild and weird new territory, which is why she's such a vital artist after all these years. Backing up that consummate A side is 'Lust', a more melancholic affair balancing menacing undercurrents with mournful melodics in the middle distance, strapped, of course, to a 4/4 beat.
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 in stock $11.60
5 Years Of Danza Nativa Pt II
Cat: DN 016PT2. Rel: 28 May 24
Amandra - "Drakona" (5:44)
Dino Sabatini - "Danza Tribale" (6:23)
Polygonia - "Medusa Euphorbia" (6:31)
Plants Army Revolver - "0101011001000010" (5:11)
Review: Danza Nativa is rightly celebrating its fifth anniversary recently and now follows up the first part of its anniversary compilation with part two, featuring tunes from across a broad spectrum. The first side delves into tribal rhythms and strident synths with Amandra keeping it stripped back and minimal and Dino Sabatini going deep and dubby on 'Danza Tribale'. Polygonia and Plants Army Revolver then set your mind free to wander among lush sound designs and captivating rhythms that head deep into a humid and futurist jungle.
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Digerital EP
Cat: MUSIK 117. Rel: 30 May 24
Chair Fix (10:27)
Digerital (6:14)
Klenkl (6:44)
Review: Rob Amboule makes a compelling debut on Raum... musik with his 'Digerital' EP, offering a fusion of minimal, techno, and progressive trance. The three tracks exhibit Amboule's mature musical ideas and finely tuned production skills, with 'Chairfix' setting expectations with its hypnotic intro morphing into stompy, pulsating techno, evoking a state of rave euphoria and the title track offering a more banging four-to-the-floor techno with atmospheric elements and nods to acid and progressive trance. Closer 'Klenkl', meanwhile, continues the hypno heady grooves and arrangements. Amboule pays homage to the golden age of ravey techno and trance, reinterpreting these genres for modern audiences. Raum... musik's 117th release solidifies its reputation as a quality label for introducing fresh talent and pushing boundaries in electronic music.
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Revolt (12")
Cat: RSPX 65. Rel: 29 May 24
Revolt (6:30)
May I Have This Dance (7:21)
Review: Dave Angel's latest record 'Revolt' is a masterclass in watery and uptempo Detroit house, bringing the emotivity of the latter genre to the pace and velocity of techno. The title track brings subtle funk and Detroit-inspired synthwork to a brimming, bursty mix, driving home a sure sense of excitement with an ascending set of melodic additives. 'May I Have This Dance' on the B shows a different side, with zippy lead synths amplifying the vibes, as a hunched, dubbed-out rhythm marches down low, locking the listener rigidly into the groove.
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Global Underground #46: Lisbon
Global Underground #46: Lisbon (gatefold green pink & purple vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: GUVIN 046. Rel: 21 Jun 24
ANNA - "Kalimba Dreams" (6:22)
Bonobo & Jacques Greene - "Fold" (5:35)
TSHA - "Renegade" (feat Ell Murphy) (3:35)
Yotto - "Just Over" (Franky Wah extended remix) (5:29)
Len Faki - "Hymn" (ANNA remix) (6:43)
Rival Consoles - "Recovery" (4:47)
Mind Against - "OnlyL" (feat TSHA & NIMMO) (6:04)
Sam Shure - "Heir Of Snare" (5:48)
Victor Ruiz - "Eventide" (6:40)
Wehbba - "Symmetry" (7:05)
ODESZA - "This Version Of You" (feat Julianna Barwick - Joseph Ray extended remix) (6:31)
Parra For Cuva - "Mimose" (3:47)
Agents Of Time - "Zodiac" (7:10)
Gorgin - "Heartbeater" (4:58)
Tao Andra - "Dream On" (6:42)
ANNA & Rebuke - "Ignite" (5:42)
Binaryh - "Daemon" (6:17)
Paul Roux - "Baby Baby" (3:45)
Review: Global Underground present the next release from the nextmost DJ to grace their City Series. ANNA's dynamic sound encompasses multiple styles and genres, from ambient through house to techno, and encapsulates the effortless chic and vibrant nightlife of one of the coolest cities in Europe - Lisbon. This modish Portuguese metropolis has always enjoyed a certain notoriety, but this has perhaps not been felt so intently more than in the last five years or so. ANNA now fleshes out Lisbon's essence, capturing its descending narrow streets, castellated jetties and glorious sunsets with a progressive house, trance and techno mix that satisfies all possible ends of a newfangled tourist's dream.
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Global Underground 46: ANNA - Lisbon
Cat: 505419 7988073. Rel: 20 Jun 24
Rival Consoles - "Recovery"
Nosaj Thing - "We Are" (feat HYUKOH)
Jacques Greene - "Another Girl"
Paul Roux - "Baby Baby"
Duskus - "Let Go"
Inner Soto - "Uluwatu Blue"
ODESZA - "This Version Of You" (feat Julianna Barwick - Joseph Ray extended remix)
Bonobo & Jacques Greene - "Fold"
Parra For Cuva - "Mimose"
Yotto - "Just Over" (Franky Wah extended remix)
Fatima Yamaha - "Dawn"
TSHA - "Renegade" (feat Ell Murphy)
BICEP - "Just"
Massano - "A World Beyond"
Orbital - "Belfast" (ANNA Ambient remix)
ANNA - "Dissolution"
Daniel Avery & Alessandro Cortini - "Illusion Of Time"
Inner Soto - "Procrastination"
ANNA - "Artha"
ANNA - "Kalimba Dreams"
Luedji Luna - "Banho De Folhas" (Maz remix)
Dense & Pika - "Colt" (George FitzGerald remix)
Parallelle & Nicolas Masseyeff - "Renegade" (Adam Ten & Mita Gami remix)
Mind Against - "OnlyL" (feat TSHA & NIMMO)
Denney - "Smoke"
Recondite, Monophase (IT) - "Elevate"
Agents Of Time - "Zodiac"
ANNA & Rebuke - "Ignite"
Binaryh - "Daemon"
Gorgin - "Heartbeater"
Stephan Bodzin & Marc Romboy - "Ferdinand" (ANNA & Wehbba mix)
Paul Roux - "Burning"
Victor Ruiz - "Eventide"
Bodhi - "Orison"
Sam Shure - "Heir Of Snare"
Osunlade - "Envision" (Ame remix)
Tao Andra - "Dream On"
Len Faki - "Hymn" (ANNA remix)
Wehbba - "Symmetry"
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Rave Revival EP
Cat: HPDVA 002. Rel: 17 Jun 24
Anthrophia - "The Voice" (5:09)
Dimension 23 - "Fascination" (Seb G mix) (5:17)
Centuras - "Jizz" (6:15)
Dimension 23 - "The Eagle" (5:48)
Review: Hyperdrive's label debut was a biggie that brought together old and new-school techno on one fizzing EP. The follow-up comes soon after and this time makes no bones about being a Rave Revival. Anthrophia's 'The Voice' kicks off with what is a hefty breakbeat cut with edgy rave stabs and slamming bass. Dimension 23 - 'Fascination' (Seb G mix) then takes a more stripped-back approach with turbocharged synths layered up over silky drums. Centuras brings plenty of bright, euphoric prog energy to the urgent drum funk of 'Jizz' and last of all Dimension 23's 'The Eagle' then kicks out more dusty old-school breaks with machine gun synth fire. A potent EP, make no mistake.
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Digeridoo (Expanded Version)
Cat: RS 9201X. Rel: 31 May 24
Didgeridoo (7:11)
Flap Head (7:03)
Phloam (5:34)
Isoprophlex (6:20)
Didgeridoo (Cr7e version) (7:23)
Didgeridoo (live - Cr7e version) (6:26)
Isoprophlex (Slow Cr7e version) (8:18)
Phloam (Cr7e version) (5:46)
Review: Fresh vintage Aphex meat in the shape of this expanded reissue of the classic rave era anthem 'Digeridoo' from 1992. Treated to a modern remastering job by Beau Thomas at Ten Eight Seven Mastering, this double pack features the four tunes on the original 12" - 'Digeridoo', 'Flaphead', 'Phloam' and 'Isoprophlex', as well as bonus versions by Richard D James himself said to be encoded through his Nakamichi CR7e cassette deck, utilising vari-speed to create versions at different speeds which "felt right at the time". The legend is that he wrote the tune to annoy hippies who liked to attend raves and jam with their digeridoos - or digeri-dont's as they quickly became known - but it's being delighting fans of that golden era between hardcore rave and jungle ever since.
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 in stock $24.80
Fool's Potion
Fool's Potion (purple vinyl 12")
Cat: DANG 03. Rel: 20 Jun 24
A Fool's Burden (9:16)
The Unsettling Summoning Of Klauth (5:34)
A Fool's Errand (7:40)
A Fool's Potion (7:50)
 in stock $21.38
Being Content
Cat: SFR 100EP. Rel: 21 Jun 24
The 17th 46 Times
Peak Time In 978
Bring On The Fire
 in stock $13.20
V172TAM24 (12")
Cat: V172 TAM24. Rel: 21 Jun 24
Avision - "Hold No Groove" (5:56)
Deetron - "Pulse" (6:33)
DJ Deep - "Transition" (6:10)
DJ Deep - "What's Going On?" (6:13)
Deetron - "Corazon" (5:58)
Avision - "Talk Is Cheap" (6:00)
Review: In March, COD3 QR launched a digital release featuring DJ Deep, Avision, and Deetron which they have now followed up with a first-ever vinyl outing fettering new tracks from the same artists, all curated by the great French techno icon Laurent Garnier who looks to embody the label's ethos: "music diversity is our strength." Avision, rooted in NYC's vibrant club culture, offers 'Hold No Groove' and 'Talk Is Cheap' which showcase his signature New York techno and house style. Swiss veteran Deetron presents 'Pulse' and 'Corazon', and again goes deep, while DJ Deep's 'What's Going On' and 'Transition' reflect his Parisian rave roots and sophisticated style.
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Intérprete: Carlos Nilmmns, CHEAPEDITS
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The Satori EP
The Satori EP (limited red vinyl 12" in candle wax splattered sleeve)
Cat: SRM 2331. Rel: 03 Jun 24
Satori (7:43)
Hope (7:07)
Ode To My Frida (Vince Watson Piano Reshape) (7:57)
Review: Joaquin Joe Claussell's Sacred Rhythm label is in a purple patch right now with a clutch of new EPs all dropping in quick succession. As well as the boss himself, Roa Azulay also steps up with more spine-tingling deep house depths here across three fresh cuts. 'Satori' opens up with dreamy melodies floating up high over nimble, lithe drums and poignant chords. 'Hope' hits harder with a more driving deep house but still melodically rich sound and 'Ode To My Frida' (Vince Watson Piano Reshape) brings plenty of Detroit soul to the rippling drums and bass.
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 in stock $19.80
Nocturno Album Reworks
Nocturno Album Reworks (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: M 28. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Smooth Drive (Deniro remix) (7:21)
Smooth Drive (Border One remix) (5:38)
Smooth Drive (Alexander Kowalski remix) (5:37)
Infinite Shine (Ian O 'Donovan remix) (6:46)
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Alue (limited CD)
Cat: GRSCL 37. Rel: 24 May 24
Sumu I
Sumu II
Review: Banyek is next up on the prolific Lithuanian label Greyscale with Alue, a new album that marks the imprint's 37th full-length overall. It is a typically expansive and immersive listen that takes inspiration from cities like Riga and Espoo. Dub techno, ambient and experimental all infuse the sound waves and the intricate craft of Banyek means you're always hooked onto some small detail as the gentle rhythms flow over you. There are stark melodies and more airy atmospheres, minimalism masterpieces and calming sounds a plenty as this most super exploration of tone, time and texture plays out.
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Domme Sesh EP
Cat: PRRUKBLK 105. Rel: 30 May 24
Chromatic Therapy (5:30)
Domme Sesh (5:47)
Collision (4:59)
Sauna (5:04)
Review: Brazil's own Gustavo Bassani quiet-drops another EP for Planet Rhythm. The 'Domme Sesh' is a careful rumination on peaktime weight and pressurised trances, bringing four subtle, greyish slow burns to the table. We open with 'Chromatic Therapy', which errs more on hard techno than any other tune on the EP and buzzes with a lead, bright chord; then there's the title track and 'Collision', both of which recall the polyrhythmic experiments of NON legend Psyk; and the closing bleeps, bloops, grunts and whispers of 'Sauna'; we're not sure what kind of saunas Bassani's been visiting, but they sure do sound space-age.
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Principle Of Rotation EP
Cat: EMERALD 023. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Principle Of Rotation (5:35)
Antiruffa (5:40)
Below The Surface (5:42)
Fire From The Shadows (5:10)
Tone Of Rush (4:56)
Review: Remko Beekwilder's latest record, 'Principle Of Rotation', is, in the artist's own words, the "characteristic spirit of a momentum feeling folded into a rotation work ethic". Attempting the perspicacious work of decoding this epigraph - a bold, cryptic opening statement to say the least - it's only logical to conclude that Beekwilder considers the act of making techno - not to mention listening to it - to be a kind of rotary movement, through which the excesses of the factory and the burnt-out hyper-Protestant work ethic of the contemporary post-Fordist subject map onto one another. Techno, in other words, is a drive, not an instinct; it bottles the inhuman, alienated, excessive and machinic character of the factory into a clear sonic formula. On 'Principle Of Rotation', we're met with a kooky two-note yawp set against a thorough backbeat, suggesting a kind of unsustainable inherited power; as we said, techno's rotor is a drive, not a cycle; while 'Antiruffa' moves increasingly alarmist, heralding the late-stage process of a behemoth techno-industrial complex collapsing under the weight of its own contradictions; and 'Below The Surface' brings a more subnautical feel to Beekwilder's theoretical base, with freq-modded leads and shuffly, muffly stabs setting a contrastingly saturated tone, compared to the final, arid firefight that is 'Fire From The Shadows'.
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Tiger TS 24 (remastered)
Cat: EVADI 06. Rel: 18 Jun 24
Tiger TS 24 (7:30)
Tiger TS 24 (dub mix) (5:34)
One Way To Heaven (7:38)
Fourty 4 Magnum (6:53)
Review: Vasione Digitale collaborates once more with Italian techno luminary Marco Bellini, a pivotal figure in Italy's '90s club scene. Known for his residency at clubs like Aida and Area City in the Mediterranean's northeast, Bellini's flamboyant persona included memorable peak-time arrivals on his Harley Davidson. Beyond DJing countless nights and after hours, Bellini co-produced notable records including a standout collaboration with the late Alberto Bertapelle on Mammut Records. Their partnership shaped the label's distinct style, featuring dark arpeggiated basslines, metallic drum breaks, and exploratory dubbed-out journeys that left a lasting imprint on the electronic landscape.
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Infinite Darkness
Cat: ARFA 4232. Rel: 12 Jun 24
Dirge Out (feat Ian Astbury)
Machine (feat Michele Lamy)
Ashes & Dust (feat Actors)
Love (feat Louisahhh)
Meth Rain (feat Front Line Assembly)
Into My Body (feat Blush Response)
The Void Of Nothingness
Infinite Blackness (feat Speedy J)
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Other Like Me
Cat: DUSTCD 124. Rel: 03 Jun 24
She Never Wrote Back
With You I Still Feel Alone
Dressed Up Auslander
[Bolt] Golden Hour At Sisters
Just Pretend To Be Someone Else
I'm Poster Syndrome
Bubble Life
Closed Eyes
Other, Like Me
Methodology #17
Boy On A Swing
I Have A Keen Interest
In A Place Like This
Mark Up
I Am An Artist
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Other Like Me
Cat: DUSTV 124. Rel: 30 May 24
She Never Wrote Back (2:39)
With You I Still Feel Alone (3:48)
Dressed Up Auslander (3:37)
[Bolt] Golden Hour At Sisters (0:19)
Crashed (3:14)
Just Pretend To Be Someone Else (3:10)
I'm Poster Syndrome (4:19)
Bubble Life (1:40)
4Real (2:11)
Closed Eyes (2:39)
Other, Like Me (3:37)
Methodology #17 (3:28)
Boy On A Swing (3:43)
I Have A Keen Interest (2:55)
In A Place Like This (4:02)
Mark Up (4:07)
I Am An Artist (6:04)
Review: The latest album from the techno and IDM juggernaut The Black Dog, Other Like Me, is a stunning piece that creates a collage of atmospheric, deeply textured tracks. The album is another excellent example of their enduring influence on the electronic music scene, offering a diverse array of sounds and moods across its tracks. The album opens with 'She Never Wrote Back,' featuring a haunting introduction that sets a mysterious and evocative tone. The track unfolds with intricate layers and a melancholic melody, drawing the listener into what lay ahead. 'With You I Still Feel Alone' combines a wicked techno beat with a majestic melody, creating a powerful contrast that is both energizing and emotionally resonant. The driving rhythm and soaring synth lines is sure to resonate on a nice hi-fi system in a personal listening sessions. Another standout is 'Dressed Up Auslander' which brings a downtempo beauty to the album that includes nice chord changes that evoke a sense of introspection. The track's lush, melodic textures provide a peaceful respite amidst the more intense offerings on the album, showcasing The Black Dog's versatility. With 'Mark Up,' the album dives into a realm of crushing beats and menacing sound effects. This track is a hard-hitting, industrial-inflected techno piece that's both aggressive and deeply atmospheric. Lastly, closing the album is 'I Am An Artist, a beautiful ambient outro that feels like pure heaven. The track's serene, expansive soundscapes provide a perfect ending to the album, leaving the listener with a sense of calm and reflection. Other Like Me by The Black Dog is an album that highlights the group's skill in blending haunting melodies, powerful beats, and atmospheric textures. Each track offers something unique, contributing to a cohesive yet diverse listening experience that solidifies The Black Dog's place as pioneers in the techno and IDM genres.
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Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan
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EB 001
EB 001 (12")
Cat: EB 001. Rel: 20 Jun 24
Limbo (4:53)
Ascension (5:19)
Cerberus (4:46)
Rapid (5:38)
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BIN 004
BIN 004 (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: BIN 004. Rel: 28 May 24
Border One - "Organoid" (5:21)
Border One - "Spheroid" (5:30)
BLANKA - "Close" (5:38)
BLANKA - "I Need You" (5:35)
Review: The fourth release on the BINA label is a split between Border One and BLANKA. The EP kicks things off with a peaktime sound, continuing thereafter with an array of dreamy bleeps and bloops, and ends with two deep and hypnotizing tunes. Chief among these is 'Spheroid', on which watery licks, wibbly tones and sudden woodblock samples abound.
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Intérprete: Philippe Petit
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Acid Arcane
Cat: ARTS 048. Rel: 06 Jun 24
Acid Arcane (5:55)
Codebreakers (6:13)
Impulse Of Infinity (6:05)
Depth Perception (5:35)
Review: Compelling, melodic and dreamatic new techno from Italian duo Boston 168, who transcend the rest with their intelligent and contextually grounded take on the genre. Drawing inspiration from the transformation of industrial settings into rave venues, Sergio Pace and Vincenzo Ferramosca deliver the latest iteration of their arpy analog sound here for leading experimental techno pushers, Arts. Their opener 'Acid Arcane' instantly recalls the feeling of leafing through forbidden codexes and grimoires, in desperate but vain search of the gab-giving essence of Faustian techno knowledge; then there's the cryptic, smoke-blocked weights of 'Codebreakers', which equally conjures a kind of impossible-to-track techno scytale or puzzlebox, in its various moody pad chord movements and piquing acid plucks. The B-side errs more horrific and driving, 'Depth Perception' serving as the worthy culmination of a throng of heaters.
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Prefrontal Asymmetry
Cat: SB 001. Rel: 21 Jun 24
Prefrontal Asymmetry (6:03)
Does Tina Still Live In Berlin? (6:33)
I’ve Developed Eyes For Such Behaviour (feat LINTD) (4:40)
Does Tina Still Live In Berlin? (Gael remix) (5:52)
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Solstice Peaks
Cat: OYSTER 57. Rel: 31 May 24
Trancer (5:17)
Tech Metal (5:03)
Mc2oh2 (5:16)
Bleeps (4:48)
Review: Exciting times, as Pavel Milyakov aka. Buttechno makes his debut splash on aquatic acid-pysch-house freeholders Kalahari Oyster Cult, for a playful foray into what he calls 'Solstice Peaks'. Contrasting to his more recent album-length blissouts, these four sonic sidecars are like bubbles to their jet-streams, conveying a mood of whimsy and humour, by way of functional FMs and offhand clap samples, in an otherwise sprawling and comparatively earnest discography. An exercise in minimality - and how far it can go to convey a sense of maritime mayhem - a core feature 'Solstice Peaks' - of the likes of 'Tech Metal' and 'Bleeps' - is the FM knock, a cornerstone that eezily aids Buttechno's command over rhythm and submersion.
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De Facto EP
Cat: CKNOWEP 61. Rel: 07 Jun 24
Rhythm Control (XTC mix) (5:32)
Zeta Wave (5:18)
Revenge (5:17)
Psyche (4:54)
Review: Tom Carruthers is a genuine prodigy - a prolific producer of undeniably excellent techno, electro and house music whose expertly authentic nods to dance music's shared part belie his youthfulness. He's released on L.I.E.S in the past but has mostly put out music on his own Non-Stop Rhythm label. Here he makes his bow on the reliable Craigie Knowes imprint with a predictably good four-tracker. Predictably he's delivered the goods, first joining the dots between Joey Beltram, Chiago jack and LFO on 'Rhythm Control (XTC Mix)', before layering mind-mangling analogue electronics atop a heavy TR-909 techno beat on 'Zeta Wave'. 'Revenge' is moody, rolling and hypnotic, while 'Psyche' sees him once again pay tribute to his favourite genre of all, turn-of-the-90s bleep & bass.
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Street Carnival EP
Cat: SPSERIES 001. Rel: 30 May 24
Skolopender (7:01)
Speleon (Ben Sims remix) (5:46)
Street Carnival 2022 (7:15)
Tambores (Carl Falk remix) (6:09)
Review: Cave's Street Carnival 2024 EP is a blistering journey through the pulsating realms of techno, offering two original tracks and two stellar remixes. 'Skolopender' kicks off the EP with its relentless bassline and hypnotic percussion, promising to ignite dancefloors with its raw energy. Ben Sims' remix of 'Speleon' injects the track with even more intensity, making it a surefire weapon for peak-time sets. On the flip side, 'Street Carnival 2022' delivers tribal vibes with its intricate rhythms and primal energy, while Carl Falk's remix of 'Tambores' pays homage to classic loop-driven techno, delivering a relentless groove that will keep the crowd locked in. Overall, 'Street Carnival 2024 EP' is guaranteed to leave a lasting impression on any dancefloor.
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Oddity (remixes)
Oddity (remixes) (12" limited to 150 copies)
Cat: MIN 306. Rel: 20 Jun 24
Bismuth (LFT remix) (5:04)
Shiny Leather (Olivia Remx) (5:52)
Hologram (Charlie remix) (5:56)
VNTBLK (Marco Segato remix) (5:50)
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Sada's Dream
Cat: SUZIEP 2. Rel: 07 Jun 24
Be That As It May (4:40)
Viral Load (5:40)
Divide & Conquer (4:27)
Bubble Gum Pop (6:21)
Sada's Dream (4:19)
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Sai Matika
Sai Matika (limited 12" + sticker in hand-printed sleeve)
Cat: R 005. Rel: 20 Jun 24
Sai (7:56)
Matika (6:43)
Aqua (18:18)
Review: Rambadu's self-titled label is young but already onto a good thing with a distinctly deep brand of techno. This time out the boss is back once more but in cahoots with Italian techno legend Claudio PRC. They cook up a trio of mind melters starting with 'Sai.' Warped lines menacingly roam about the stereo field over sparse kicks and deep abs. 'Matika' is just as paired back and atmospheric in a deep, dark way with slowly churning drums taking you deeper down the rabbit hole. 'Aqua' is a meatless blend of distant groans and wispy pads that keeps you in suspense.
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Fading EP
Fading EP (12" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: ITI 24. Rel: 18 Jun 24
Fading (7:18)
Sigma (6:34)
Fading (Posthuman remix) (6:22)
Collapsed Lung (6:28)
Review: Timothy Clerkin made all of these cuts live in his vintage synthesiser recording facility, opener. 'Fading' is a great blend of characterful synth sounds that are daubed like paint over speedy linear drums with a trance-tinged vocal hook appearing occasionally up top. 'Sigma' takes more visceral and raw approach with textural saw tooth synths and percussive drums. 'Fading' (Posthuman remix) is twitchy and gurgling broken beat techno with some throwback and raved ready piano stabs. Last of all is 'Collapsed Lung' which has squealing, glassy melodies bring a real feeling of unease over slithering and metallic techno drums.
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PROJEKTS 008 (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PROJEKTS 008. Rel: 30 May 24
Hertz Collusion - "Mutual Feelings" (5:22)
Hertz Collusion - "Bankai" (5:11)
Sera J - "Burning Eyes" (4:55)
Sera J - "Shusi Night" (4:55)
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PRRUK LTD BLK 30 (translucent blue vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: PRRUKLTDBLK 30. Rel: 06 Jun 24
Nocturnal (5:36)
Proximity (6:22)
Antimatter (6:22)
Exomoon (6:36)
Review: Netherlands outfit Planet Rhythm continues to fulfil their stated mission to explore the boundaries of dance music, and to 'design the future', with releases from talents whose music testifies the idea that techno is too big of a concept to be limited to a single idea. Yan Cook is one such talent in their eyes; his latest for PR's limited black labels series hears four laconic, calculative and dark techno numbers play back in cold step, like a one-track space probe feeling its way through a planetary ring of ice. Cook's sci-fi theme is inhospitable, with his take on the presence of 'Antimatter' in the universe amounting to a kind of fearful metallic object grating away in an echoic chamber; and 'Exomoon', which conjures the image of said celestial anomaly via frigidly bleak pads and starkly reverberative yawps and drum machines. A chilling vision of an exodic space-faring future, perhaps once in which we've been stripped of our humanities entirely.
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Elevate (12")
Cat: TM 023. Rel: 17 Jun 24
Corrugated Silence - "Elevate" (13:41)
Thunderhead - "Golden Eyed" (10:05)
Review: Transmigration return with more brilliantly psychedelic techno sounds which have been carefully dug out from the rich archives of cult UK label Hollistic Recordings. As always, those originals have been remastered and restored and this one features a devastating a-side from Iestyn Polson and Steve Dungey of Projective Vision. Their mind melting and 13 plus minute 'Elevate' is a brilliantly involving mental trip and then on the flip side comes the gurgling and acid laced widescreen prog techno trip of 'Golden Eyed' by Thunderhead aka Polson joining forces with Jason Meherin. Plenty of retro future magic to tap into here.
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A Trip In A City
Cat: SCL 010. Rel: 07 Jun 24
A Man With A Suitcase (5:48)
Dead End Street (6:50)
Cross Road (5:13)
Nocturnal Noise (5:25)
Review: After a fine collaborative outing on Semantica last year, Napoli tastemakers Retina.it and Domenico Crisci combine their skills once more for the tenth release from Summa Cum Laude. 'A Man With A Suitcase' opens up with a mix of textural synth details and long-form linear techno drums that all work you into a lather. 'Dead End Street' ups the pace and gets more manic with a hurried rhythm and urgent synth flashes peeling off the drums and 'Cross Road' then gets more weird with warped synth circles bringing tension and menace. 'Nocturnal Noise' closes out with reverberating synth leads and wispy curlicues bringing some rave mentality to the rooted beats.
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Seconds To Forever (remixes)
Seconds To Forever (remixes) (translucent blue vinyl 12")
Cat: ECHOSPACE 018RE. Rel: 22 May 24
Seconds To Forever (Instrusion dub) (6:39)
Seconds To Forever (Deepchord mix I) (7:45)
Seconds To Forever (Deepchord mix II) (10:31)
Review: 'Seconds To Forever', by any measure, is a CV313 classic. Echospace pair Rod Modell and Stephen Hitchell dropped it initially on clear wax 14 years ago in 2010 and then served up a live version a year on. Now it is back in their spotlight again as they pull together previously released versions and unheard interpretations for a new translucent blue 12". The Intrusion dub is lo-go and scratchy with static electricity enveloping the rhythm, and the Deepchord mix I then peels that away to real only the most wispy synth modulations and barely-there dub rhythms. Deepchord Mix II is somewhere between the two and another sublime and heady escape.

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Beyond Starlit Sky (remastered)
Beyond Starlit Sky (remastered) (limited translucent midnight blue vinyl LP)
Cat: ECHOSPACE 014RE. Rel: 22 May 24
Beyond Starlit Sky (remastered) (9:24)
Beyond Starlit Sky (live) (16:21)
Review: This classic techno record has been remastered and repressed on nice blue limited translucent midnight vinyl to mark its tenth anniversary. It finds CV313 casting you adrift into a world of deft ambient pads, fathom-deep dub undercurrents that are so subtle you barely know they are there, and then mesmerising with ghostly apparitions and analogue modulations. On the flipside is a live version of the same tune that has a slightly more raw, textured rhythm and scraping synths so exudes a slightly different mood but is no less immersive.
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In Flux
In Flux (limited cassette + MP3 download code)
Cat: MEDS 087. Rel: 19 Jun 24
En Trance (4:43)
Dom Amb (2:42)
Jobka's Dom (4:54)
BF 04 (Amb) (7:29)
Red Wind (4:38)
Transmit (4:32)
Modus#Hold (6:14)
Perception (4:16)
Floating With You (3:32)
Sync (4:08)
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Roar EP
Roar EP (12")
Cat: KNTXT 026. Rel: 14 Jun 24
Roar (5:59)
How You Move (6:07)
Rewind (1:57)
Review: Charlotte de Witte's latest single, Roar, released through her KNTXT label, is a high-octane techno anthem that sets the stage for her epic performances at Coachella ’24. 'Roar' pulses with explosive energy, driven by relentless tempo, powerful beats, and infectious hooks. This track showcases de Witte’s ability to blend genres seamlessly, creating a propelling energetic experience. 'Roar' embodies power, action, and adrenaline, with a visceral energy that commands attention. It's already become a highlight in her sets, promising to energise audiences and solidify her meteoric rise from Belgium’s underground scene to global dance music stardom. For those into her main floor sound, you will not be disappointed here.
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Ghost City
Cat: NSG 009. Rel: 06 Jun 24
Ghost City (4:22)
Artificial Mutation (6:37)
Kreuzberg (6:40)
Latin Groove (4:04)
 in stock $14.51
The Age Of Chaos
The Age Of Chaos (limited translucent red vinyl 12")
Cat: TIS 005. Rel: 30 May 24
No Redemption (6:32)
Tesseract (5:57)
Dystopia (5:34)
Cyber Attack (6:18)
Cyber Attack (Matasism remix) (5:08)
 in stock $12.13
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