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Gear Shift EP: Part 2/2
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Cat: RUNOR 1009. Rel: 29 Feb 16
  1. It's Sex (6:20)
  2. Body Jak (5:12)
  3. Gear Shift (5:02)
  4. Odd Feel (5:55)
Review: Tom Dicicco's Run Out Run label has proved wilfully hard to pin down since the Northampton resident first launched it in 2013. Alongside his own material, the label has sought out everyone from Killawat to John Osborn via October and Borai over the course of its output to date. Ann Arbor's D'Marc Cantu was a fine addition to the Run Out Run cause with last year's Car Type 12" and he now returns to complete his automobile themed miniseries for the label with Gear Shift. Leading with "It's Sex", Cantu heads straight into the sort of manic drum programming and heavy acid we have come to expect from him, all topped off with a luridly looped titular vocal hook. The intensity does not let up one iota across the subsequent three tracks either - this is some of Cantu's fiercest material committed to wax in some time.
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The Lodge
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The Lodge (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: AMR 38L. Rel: 19 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. Always On My Mind
  2. Blanket Statement
  3. Inordinate History
  4. Mozaic
  5. S. E. G.
  6. SteamFunk
  7. The Lodge
Review: After a quiet 2016 which saw the label release only a single EP, Altered Moods Recordings launches the first in a steady stream of releases for 2017 and beyond with its first double-pack since "Love...Lost and Found", the first vinyl record it released back in 2006.

With "The Lodge", AMR has joined forces with techno and jakbeat wunderkind D'Marc Cantu, who has a long, storied history with labels such as M>O>S>, Creme Organization, and Nation, and with his mentor and friend Tadd Mullinix as their duo 2AMFM. On this double-12, he shows us and the world his more melodic, deeper side, while still maintaining a sense of urgency and a fingerhold on the jakbeat throughout.

We have listened to this release for a long time and it never gets old to the ears. We are confident that this release will end up being a timeless classic in the coming years.

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1210a EP
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1210a EP (12" + 10")
Cat: OE 005. Rel: 05 May 14
  1. Cloudworld
  2. 2271
  3. Just One
  4. Lagrange Point
  5. Feed
  6. Incapable
  7. Microdots
  8. Concrete Box
Review: Woof! The third and final D'Marc Cantu release of the week sees the Nation affiliate inaugurate the new 1210 series from Belfast label One Electronica. Like previous releases from the label, this is a strictly vinyl only affair and the concept of the series allows Cantu the artistic freedom to explore sounds you might not readily associate with the Michigan based producer. Spread across a 12" and 10" (hence the title) you can expect everything from slow burning electronic compositions that have ties to krautrock, outright ambient moments, thrusting EBM flecked rhythmics and loose limbed box jams across the eight tracks.
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Physical State EP
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Cat: ANSATZ 1002. Rel: 28 Apr 14
Deep House
  1. Surface Dweller
  2. Grey
  3. Box Sound Scape
  4. Heater
Review: D'Marc Cantu has long been a standard bearer for hardware revivalism, having first released his drum machine-heavy blends of vintage jack and starlight rave revivalism on Creme Organization back in 2007. Here, he pops up on Ansatz with a superbly varied trip into warehouse-friendly territory. There are a couple of rush-inducing doses of strobelight-enhanced rave revivalism territory (the frankly nasty "Heater" and brilliantly wide-eyed "Surface Dweller", which sounds like it's been ripped from pirate radio sometime around 1992), a Larry Heard-ish foray into tactile analogue deep house (the brilliant "Grey") and a thrillingly industrial-sounding fusion of jackin' beats and clanking bleep melodies ("Box Sound Scape").
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Some Fantasies Are Good
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Cat: FP 001. Rel: 03 Jun 13
  1. Some Fantasies Are Good (DVS1 remix) (7:13)
  2. Shima Tetsuo (6:51)
  3. Some Fantasies Are Good (5:54)
  4. Voyager (6:47)
Review: Repress of the killer Forbidden Planet debut from D'Marc Cantu! A label that's grown out of the Montreal club night and radio show overseen by promoter and DJ Jurg Haller, and they launch in fine style with a 12" from D'Marc Cantu. Such a move could be considered unfamiliar terrain for Cantu, a producer whose steady output over the past few years has mainly come through M>O>S Recordings, Creme Organization and Nation, but he brings a similar standard of quality to Forbidden Planet. The Some Fantasies Are Good EP release pairs three originals from the Jakbeat artist with a DVS1 remix of the title track that sees the Klockworks regular bend Cantu's slower and Aphex Twin-like melodies into something tense and undeniably club-centric. Recent L.I.E.S. breakout act Florian Kupfer is listed amongst future Forbidden Planet transmissions marking them as another new label to keep tabs on.
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Cat: ENDILL 010. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Can't Signal (5:27)
  2. Light Speed Funk (5:59)
  3. Fenset (8:34)
  4. Get Lifted (4:52)
D Du Du
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D Du Du (12")
Cat: 030EP 010. Rel: 29 Aug 16
  1. D'marc Cantu - "Mine Motion" (4:59)
  2. Mark Du Mosch - "Bermuda" (5:41)
  3. Paul Du Lac - "Beta Rhythm" (5:31)
Review: It's the tenth outing from Holland's 030303 imprint, and we're good and ready for some jacked-up, screw-face techno-house from this bunch of misfits. Wildcard D'Marc Cantu opens the EP by dropping a vicious electro bruiser in "Mine Motion", a tune would go down a storm in a dark basement with nothing but a single strobe to accompany its industrial bleeps, while Murder Capital associate Mark Du Mosch's "Bermuda" is a gentler, more opaque house duster with a dubby afterglow. Finally, Bio Rhythm overseer Paul Du Lac delivers the hypnotic "Beta Rhythm", a kick-less techno scorcher with a frenetic percussion and a bassline that would make Plastikman circa 1998 a very proud man indeed.
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Blasphema Eternal EP
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Cat: BR 06. Rel: 23 Jan 17
  1. Nummer - "From The Ashes" (7:13)
  2. D'Marc Cantu - "Potion Of Life" (5:47)
  3. Benoit B - "Pour Mes Gars Surs" (3:57)
  4. Mir - "Zatelite" (5:49)
  5. Wulffius - "Pour L'Instant Tout Va Bien" (3:18)
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