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Klon (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MODU 002. Rel: 05 Mar 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Klon 6 Step
  2. Wild Fudge
  3. Infrastructure
  4. Tinky Tink
Review: 100Hz have consistently snuck out 12"s since the early 90s, but their productivity is at an all time high and their Modugroove label is the perfect vessel to get more of their smartly crafted tech house treats into the ears of discerning DJs and dancers everywhere. This second release on their label kicks off with the atmospheric twinges of "Klon 6 Step", a sizzling, simmering cut for transcendental moments on the floor. "Wild Fudge" is a snappier affair peppered with folky string plucks that sound fresh in the club track context. "Infrastructure" takes things on an emotive tip with a range of strong melodic leads, and "Tinky Tink" ramps up the unease with a creeping jam for the less salubrious end of the night.
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Circles (12")
Cat: BOSCONI 032. Rel: 10 Mar 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Shoot The Bar (7:46)
  2. Primary Colours (6:51)
  3. Oliva Funk (6:31)
Review: Florence based label Bosconi is back with 100 Hz aka UK legends Lee Renacre and James Chapman who have been around since the late eighties. This is their second release on the Italian imprint; their Mila EP was their first for the label back in 2009. On the A side we have a re-issue of their 1989 track "Shoot The Bar" a sturdy and cyclical house groove on the tougher side of things with a nice double bass holding the track above a tight rhythm and dreamy Rhodes piano. "Primary Colours" sounds more like minimal, but given more of an edge by all the dusty and lively analogue machines that power it along. Its bumpy bass and restrained synth stabs supporting some simplistic rhythms and works quite well. Finally "Oliva Funk" is more of a classic NYC house cut, those rapid fire cowbell strikes will help it bear even more resemblance to classic Kerri Chandler style vibes.
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Cat: DOOZY 001. Rel: 11 Jun 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Tomfoolery (7:53)
  2. Can't Do It Alone (6:41)
  3. Lapiz Boof (6:21)
  4. Neptune (6:57)
Review: More wicked grooves from the vaults of UK legends 100 Hz. Comprised of Lee Renacre, James Chapman and Doran Walker, the team behind the seminal Format imprint have had retrospective works reissued on the likes of Bosconi, Slow Life and Howl in recent times - so indeed you can recognise the trio's influence on a new generation of underground house producers. Here they inaugurate Doozy Cult from Lisbon, with some timeless snapshots of bleep techno as heard on the cyclical hypnotism of "Tomfoolery", the tunnelling minimal techno of "Lapiz Boof" and the ethereal shuffle of "Neptune" on the flip - that is just as suited to present day afterhours parties as it was way back when.
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  1. Iland
  2. Just Soul
  3. Round Eco
  4. The Dip
Review: Laboratory Instinct grace our shelves with the third in a quartet of 12 inch releases that act as the vinyl version for A Guy Called Gerald's recent and rather sleek ''Tronic Jazz'' album. Your attention on Side A will dominated by the spectral dalliance with vintage Detroit techno mechanics of ''Iland'', with expertly layered syncopation reverberating around to a backdrop of cavernous throbbing bass and dreamy synth lines. This contrasts nicely with the neo techno futurism of ''Just Soul'' with melancholic strings slipping between tense off-kilter drum programming and bubbling atmospherics. Proceedings shift up a gear on ''Round Eco,'' which pulsates with menacing KiNK-ish energy, with an odd vocal murmur forming the driving groove around which Simpson wraps glacial keys and deviant bass twinges. Closing track ''The Dip'' oscillates wildly with B movie sci fi synth lines and scratching metallic tones.
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Reverie(s) (hand-numbered clear mint vinyl 12" in spray-painted sleeve limited to 200 copies (comes in different coloured sleeve, we cannot guarantee which one you will receive))
Cat: KIMOCHI 28. Rel: 18 Dec 17
Techno
  1. Do Let Your Youth Go To Waste (5:36)
  2. Dancing On Soft Borders (reprise) (4:36)
  3. After A Short Illness (2:43)
  4. Dancing On Soft Borders (3:56)
  5. RIYL Failures (9:32)
Review: While the name may be new, A New Line (Related) is supposedly the work of an already established musician, although Kimochi was never a label that cared about hype. The music stands just fine on its own, digging into the kind of dusty and dusky house and techno formations that the label has forged its hand-sprayed identity on. There's plenty of ambient techno twirls to be enjoyed on the likes of "Dancing On Soft Borders", while the beats melt away entirely on "After A Short Illness" and grandiose EP closer "RIYL Failures". Once again Kimochi comes up with the kind of meaningful variations on the 4/4 framework that keep our record bags full and our souls enriched.
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ACEXP04 (100 gram vinyl 10")
Cat: ACEXP 04. Rel: 26 Feb 18
Techno
  1. 1A
  2. 1B
Review: We're not sure who's behind the mysterious AC-EXP project, but the shadowy figure returns with more of that strange, submerged house music he's been tickling discerning DJs with over the past few years. After taking last year off, "1A" is a fine place to start things up again with a strutting jack track carrying acidic synth pulses that flirt with measured delay processing. It's a jam that sounds steamy and sinister all at once. "1B" maintains this restrained but seductive vibe with the slightly trancey throb of the lead synths pivoting around the snappy drums to great effect.
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Cat: ASD 030. Rel: 15 Nov 17
Techno
  1. Balustrade (5:26)
  2. Dehaveland (6:20)
  3. Dehaveland (VC-118A remix) (6:07)
  4. Don't Talk To Me (6:14)
Review: Los Angeles based acid freaks Absurd return with another chapter in their Acid Test series. For their 13th controlled drug trial they have tapped label staples Achterbahn D'Amour - the duo comprised of Edit Piafra and Iron Curtis. This is their seventh release for the label thus far. With this project they express their love for the raw side of Chicago house, techno and EBM but specifically the sounds of the infamous little silver box. There's some deeply aquatic trance induction on offer, with for instance the dynamic opener "Balustrade", while they channel some Donato Dozzy (who has also appeared for the label previously) styled hypnotic techno on the sinister "Dehaveland" which also gets a respectful and more powerful VC-118A remix by the always impressive Samuel Van Dijk. Finally things end on a sublime electro tip with the emotive robotic movements displayed on "Don't Talk To Me".
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ENDZ 024 (heavyweight splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 024. Rel: 06 Nov 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. #001 (8:11)
  2. #002 (7:34)
  3. #003 (7:12)
  4. #004 (8:10)
Review: Well isn't this quite the star pairing. VincentAdrian are none other than Romanian scene heroes VincentIulian and Adrian Niculae aka Priku - who serve up some perfectly minimal and trippy antics (in rather typical Romanian style) on the always reliable Eastenderz. Unlike the experimental leanings usually associated with either producer's work, ENDZ 024 features four functional cuts that are dubby, bouncy and reduced - guaranteed to work on the dancefloor and perfectly suited to the early evening of the afterhours alike. You'll be sure to be hearing these ones on discerning dancefloors from Club Guesthouse to Hoppetosse and beyond. Tip!
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Remedy (remixes) (limited orange vinyl 12")
Cat: SAPIENS 024. Rel: 15 May 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Remedy (Manoo remix) (9:23)
  2. Remedy (Cassius remix) (10:58)
Review: French electronic legend Sebastien Devaud returns as Agoria, on his always impressive Sapiens imprint with new single "Remedy" taken from his latest album entitled "Drift". Here we are treated to two wonderful remixes, both blessed with the French touch. Emmanuel 'Manoo' Kossi takes the A side with an emotive and electrifying hi-tech soul rendition while on the flip, legends Cassius make a triumphant return to production by taking the track into deeper and sexier sonic territory.
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Samba (12")
Cat: TTT 079. Rel: 30 Apr 19
Techno
  1. Samba (9:27)
  2. Memo (12:46)
Review: Alex is a brand new alias from the artist regularly known as Baba Stiltz - a Swedish producer whose quirky, off-kilter house and techno releases are rarely less than brilliant. His first Trilogy Tapes outing is suitably impressive. The real killer is "Samba", an inspired nine minute workout in which he layers deep, woozy electric piano motifs, sun-kissed chords, child-like vocal samples and rich bass atop a swinging, samba fired techno beat. The deeper and more bass-heavy "Memo" is even more epic; a near 13-minute journey through sparse, crunchy, hypnotic and dubbed-out minimal house rhythms and exotic, snake charmer solos. In other words, it's another top-notch EP from a producer who genuinely can do no wrong.
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TCC EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SLPFNK 019. Rel: 03 Dec 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Realms Of Jozani (0:53)
  2. Nibyc (7:18)
  3. Syncopes (5:05)
  4. TCC (6:16)
  5. Asco 52 (4:59)
  6. Move On (1:59)
Review: The latest slab from Dutch delights SlapFunk sees a return from regular contributor Julian Alexander. Since he was last on the label, Alexander has been teaming up with Blind Box Series and Rawax, but he comes back home with an assured six track EP that highlights his continued progression as a producer. The release is bookended by short but immersive ambient cuts, with the primary focus being four forthright minimal house burners that continue the fine tradition of SlapFunk as a whole. From the snaking beat and cheeky b-line of "Nibyc" to the hard-stepping thrust of "Asco 52," there is plenty here for fans of the label's sound to lap up.
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Cat: UF 002. Rel: 28 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Feel (5:36)
  2. Inmost Cave (5:21)
  3. Routine Kills Inspiration (5:55)
  4. MD Habitat (Vid Vai remix) (6:36)
Review: While he may have been operating in the underground for some time, Darren Allen's music is only just coming to light through his own Underlying Form label now. There's a range of styles on offer across this EP, kicking off with the subtle pulse of "Feel" before moving on to a distinctly French-flavoured micro house groove on "Inmost Cave" that wouldn't sound out of place on Telegraph Records. On the B side, "Routine Kills Inspiration" switches the mood up with a rougher sound palette, even if the arrangement is still a minimally-minded affair. Then it's left to Vid Vai to drop a complex reworking of "MD Habitat" loaded with intricate textures.
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Cat: UF 003. Rel: 29 May 18
Techno
  1. Reconcile (6:37)
  2. GPD (with Breakit) (6:52)
  3. Bad Company (6:46)
  4. Deceiver (5:20)
Review: Darren Allen's third EP to date comes through on his own Underlying Form label, and it's a pleasure to see the Northern Irish producer continuing to grow in both style and musical diversity. "Reconcile" is a stealthy tune, broken and shape-shifting in its approach to the groove, while "GPD (with Breakit)" fires off more charging percussion stabs amid the slabs of mutant bass. On the flip, "Bad Company" nudges along with a subby bass and what feels like a little disco sensibility, while "Deceiver" stomps out a killer techno pattern that feels like a whole new strain of sci-fi.
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Flux EP (12")
Cat: HLN 05. Rel: 04 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Transforming (6:11)
  2. Fractional (6:19)
  3. Touch Sensor (5:43)
  4. Tantalum (6:08)
Review: Helena is a record label based in Porto run by Goncalo (808). Limited vinyl only releases thus far have come courtesy of Module Werk, Aleks and Ephemeral and it is now over to one Altitude who, to those that know: is none other than Torontonian legend Matt Thibideau, who since the late '90s has been expertly executing dub techno experiments via his Blue Recordings imprint in addition to appearances on Daniel Bell's 7th City and more recently the promising Assemble Music: also from Portugal. A side cut "Transforming" has razor sharp precision in everything from the bass to those super tight dub chords and rhythms: shows the man is still as on-point as ever. Glacial aesthetics prevail well into the B side, with the deep and cavernous journey "Touch Sensor" and its immersive tones which gently scream 'welcome to the North' much in the same vein of Rod Modell or Brian Kage.
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R U Ok (12")
Cat: MINUS 49/53651. Rel: 24 Apr 07
Minimal/Tech House
  1. R U OK
  2. R U OK (acappella)
  3. Indecision
  4. Nugget
Review: RUOK? RUOK? Everyone's been there at one time or another but no one's documented it quite so explicitly as Ambivalent (aka Kevin McHugh) on his first release for Minus. Set against a stripped down groove, you can almost feel the back of your eyeballs start to sweat as the pitched down vocals narrate an all too familiar tale of late night over-indulgence (also included in acappella form). The whip-crack snare struggles to contain a sliding, elastic bassline and a fuzzy synth line infiltrates the proceedings like a wasp that's somehow got trapped inside your head. The vocals grow increasingly demented in the breakdown before the subsequent return really cranks it up a notch. The hi hats double up and the subsonic toms pound the life out of the sound system right through to the end of the track. As with all Minus EPs, there's a cold logic running through this body of work that may not be immediately apparent by just dropping the needle casually on each track. "R U OK" is a collection that demands detailed consideration and will no doubt make a timeless companion for any DJ.
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Detente (12")
Cat: COR 12156. Rel: 29 Aug 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Detente (6:34)
  2. Dutchless (6:06)
  3. Wallfall (6:25)
Review: The legendary Dutch producer Martijn Hoogendijk aka Alden Tyrell (of Clone Records fame) teams up here for some main room bangers with Berlin based American Kevin McHugh aka Ambivalent: who has had a productive past decade recording for such respected imprints as m_nus, Ovum Recordings and Kompakt in addition to running his Delft and Valence imprints - where he records as acid expert LA-4A. The Detente EP brings the furious warehouse style bounce of the title track (featuring some relentless drum work!), the dusty and greyscale dub techno workout of "Dutchless" and the totally heads down and strobe-lit affair of "Wallfall" that is reminiscent of Jell Mills seminal Waveform Transmissions series.
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Kloni (12")
Cat: SND 006. Rel: 30 Nov 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Rob Amboule & Manuel Schatz - "Manz Not Hot" (6:30)
  2. Peter Raw - "Brotherhood" (5:52)
  3. HDV - "Digital Delight" (5:44)
  4. Kosh - "The Mess" (5:08)
Review: Sounds Benefit founder Tom Joyce cast his net far and wide when sniffing out cuts to include on the label's latest multi-artist EP. There's plenty of little-known talent on show across the four tracks that make-up the EP, which come from artists based in Frankfurt, Paris and - most surprisingly - Casablanca. We're particularly enjoying the hybrid electro/spacey tech-house bounce of Peter Raw's wonderfully swinging "Brotherhood", though the deep and melodious electro bounce of Kosh's "The Mess" is also really rather good. Elsewhere, Manuel Schatz and Rob Amboule offer up some bold and snappy Motor City techno/acid house fusion, while HDV's "Digital Delight" is raw, analogue, funky and decidedly alien in tone.
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Makossa (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: IW 04. Rel: 09 Apr 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Makossa (mix 1)
  2. Makossa (mix 2)
  3. Makossa (Teakup mix)
  4. Wagamama
Review: Mark Ambrose doubles up on his appearance on Was/Is with this strident bout of deep end dwellers, kicking off in style with the charged up strut and punchy mono bass of "Makossa (mix 1)," making a point of stepping into a more peak time sound. "Makossa (mix 2)" takes things in a more bugging direction, but there's still plenty of pressure to be felt in the wriggling low end mess and nagging hi hats. The Teakup mix of "Makossa" is a devilish broken beat track, and then "Wagamama" slips in a loopy melodic hook and lets a firm but freaky slice of techno roll out underneath.




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Cat: WGVINYL 049. Rel: 11 Jul 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Ame - "119 BPM" (Jimi Jules & Jesaya +4 BPM Update) (5:25)
  2. Jimi Jules & Domenico Ferrari - "Parkuhr" (6:05)
  3. Egopusher - "Flake" (Jimi Jules remix) (6:25)
  4. Ed Ed & Petja Virikko - "Sundroina" (feat Jinadu - Jimi Jules remix) (7:18)
Review: Zurich based DJ and producer Jimi Jules is one of the most promising upcoming artists within the international underground. With previous releases on top labels like Superfriends, Cocoon and local imprint Zukunft - he tops all that by being picked as selector for esteemed Berlin institution Watergate's 24th mix album. Here we get treated to a few exclusives from the mix on special vinyl format: on the first side we have Jules & Jesaya's +4 BPM Update of Ame's "119 BPM", there's also his collaboration with Domenico Ferrari on the sleazy lo-slung pop of "Parkuhr". On the flip, we soon discover its almost entirely a Jimi Jules affair (naturlich!) with his remix of Swiss/German duo Egopusher's "Flake" (venturing into truly sublime territory) and the dreamy and bittersweet tones of Ed Ed & Petja Virikko's "Sundroina" (feat Jinadu).
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Gespielt von: Quarion
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Castaway EP (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: BCR 052T. Rel: 18 May 19
Deep House
  1. Castaway (6:05)
  2. Doin It To Ya Body (7:23)
  3. Castaway (Orlando Voorn remix) (7:57)
  4. Wara Coco (5:00)
Review: Last spotted on Vakant, Detroit's man of mystery returns to D'Julz' Bass Culture after four years with three more rough, warm Motor City jams. "Castaway" takes off without so much as a compass. Heading towards the light with every added rhythmic element and cascading arpeggio, it drives into the horizon with equal measure of focus and looseness. "Doin It To Ya Baby" takes a subaquatic disco approach - the wide beats are wrapped in subtle slapbass twangs and dubby overlays while "Wara Coco" is a trippier twist into the shadows as raindrop textures trickle over a low and slow groove and incessant humanised loops. Remix-wise Orlando Voorn peppers the lead track with a little analogue funk and mild acid tweaking. After this castaway you'll never want to come home...
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Dream 2C (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TENCI 019. Rel: 05 May 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Dream 2C
  2. Wild Stabs
Review: Defected sub-label Tenth Circle welcomes Brighton based Nathan Pope aka Antenna Happy to deliver their first release of 2015.
Following his rapturously received debut 'Pinto' from last year, Antenna Happy draws on decades of musical experience to produce a stunning double-A side. Title track 'Dream 2c' sits somewhere between house and techno, a slow-burning, emotionally charged cut in which glimmering arpeggiated melodies intertwine to create a unique and beautiful cut. 'Wild Stabs' is tougher, an acid-flecked progressive stomper that slowly builds into a maelstrom of seething chords and stabs.
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Get The Mama (marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: MOVIDA 015. Rel: 30 Oct 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Mama D (12:11)
  2. Get The Rhytm (10:56)
Review: The mysterious (possibly German) producer Aprapta returns on Offenbach based imprint Movida with some quirky microhouse that will flip your mind and shake your ass at the same time. There really is something in the water in the Frankfurt Main-Rhine area which has created another generation of producers doing great things: such as Hardworksoftdrink and Traffic. On the A side we have the subtle and hypnotic "Mama D" awash in alien voices, lean rhythm arrangements and rubbery bass tones which you could imagine hearing at 09:00 at Robert Johnson next Sunday morning. On the flip, we have the groove reduction of "Get The Rhytm" and this one is really psychedelic mini-funk in a Perlon kind of way: basic trance induction. This follows up some great releases on Baile Musik, Matcha Music and of course his own Aprapta Music imprint.
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Cat: FPR 004. Rel: 03 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Form Of Change
  2. A Mental Image
Review: Charles Noel has been enjoying a resurgence of late, with his early explorations as Archetype resurfacing on a number of reissue labels. Future Primitive have tapped Noel up for two cuts that typify his left-of-centre approach, leading in with the sharp-edged beat excursion "Form Of Change" that will appeal to all lovers of reduced, off-kilter rhythm workouts. "A Mental Image" adopts a softer stance, laying out a bed of silken pads and errant tweaks that tap into the head-tripping mood of vintage techno while maintaining the future-minded thrust that makes true machine music timeless, whichever era it was crafted in.
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Naturist Recordings 000 (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: NATURIST 000. Rel: 14 Mar 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Ceramics (9:30)
  2. Heritage On The Sign (5:23)
  3. Sleeping Assault (8:17)
Review: William Arnaldo Smith has released everywhere from Greta Cottage Workshop, Smallville and UntilMyHeartStops. We've heard the great effort that was the label's inaugural release entitled Good Music Hips, Bad Music Fists E.P. but he appears to have backdated this release as NATURIST 000. "Ceramics" displays the producer's usual 'airy' and organic deep house sound while "Heritage On The Sign" has faint Oriental aesthetics over its broken house beats and lush vintage synths. Finally on the flip is the breathtaking ambient journey "Sleeping Assault" full of splendid bell textures and emotive keys floating away in trails of endless reverb.
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Jacks Tracks VA Vol 02 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: JKH 008. Rel: 26 Feb 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Alex Arnout - "Hypersomnia"
  2. Tuccillo - "Another Day"
  3. Terry Francis - "Jua"
  4. Kilian Vega - "Ardour"
Review: Jack's House is back with another wedge of crucial cuts from a spread of big hitters, kicking off with Alex Arnout and the tightly wound roller "Hypersomnia." Tuccillo is in a heads down mood on "Another Day," letting the drums and the bassline do the brunt of the work. Terry Francis favours a heavy, smoky sound palette that has a bassline that will do some serious damage on a decent system - "Jua" is easily the strongest track on the record. Killan Vega closes the record with a smart deep house jam peppered with crafty sound design elements that lift the track beyond the average chord-led workout.
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Cat: LAUF 002. Rel: 22 May 15
Deep House
  1. Bad Traffic (5:39)
  2. 100ml (7:20)
  3. Sticky Fingers (6:42)
  4. Arsy vs The Ferrari Orgy Death Crashs - "Sheep" (5:48)
Review: There is little about this second release from schaukel sublabel Laubenpiepers Finest that doesn't immediately capture your attention. The humorous artist name (Arsy), the odd EP title (I Deleted The Mach Kernel File Completely) and the King Kong riffing art work (if you indulged in LAUF 001 you may be noticing a theme) will separately or collectively draw the inquisitive minds out there to investigate further. If you are one of those, you will be rewarded with some wonderfully warm machine music that changes in tone from calm and relaxed to bouncy and insouciant from track to track. Final track "Sheep", a collaboration between Arsy and The Ferrari Orgy Death Crashs (a superb name) will delight those of a dubbier persuasion.
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Gespielt von: Frawl, Joe Montana, Last Mood
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Cat: RVS 16. Rel: 18 Sep 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. When We Come To It (Silverlining Raw mix)
  2. When We Come To It
  3. Koppaitch
Review: Asad Rizvi's bountiful archive of names and tunes continues to yield more fruit, this time in the shape of his Asadinho alias on regular haunt RvS. The bleeps cut through the shuffling drums on the Silverlining Mix of "When We Come To It" in a flurry of late night tech house finery. The original mix of the track is a tougher, slower twist with a straight-ahead groove but plenty of funk drizzled in between the joints. "Koppaitch" spreads itself across the B-side with a sizzling disco groove and more of those mean-tempered synths that project a dark and seedy side to Rizvi's many-sided musical dice.
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Gespielt von: Silverlining
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Trooper EP (transparent yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: LAD 041. Rel: 13 Feb 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Trooper (5:30)
  2. Laminated (6:23)
  3. Trooper (Ron Trent remix) (11:24)
  4. Trooper (Sebra Cruz remix) (8:14)
Review: Brit Joseph Ashworth's sudden rise to the top has been noticed on top labels such as Dirtybird, Pets Recordings and Tessellate (with his Firmin) and now makes his bow on Italian powerhouse Life & Death. The Londoner delivers a glassy-eyed and life-affirming journey on opener "Trooper", that sits somewhere between modern deep house and shoegaze with its spangling drones followed by the tunneling tech-house cut "Laminated" which is also full of reliable dancefloor dynamics that's totally in line with the distinct aesthetic that DJ Tennis' imprint has successfully carved out over the last several years. Windy City Club legend Ron Trent also makes an appearance with an emotive rendition of "Trooper" which will leave you breathless!
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Cat: VIS 313. Rel: 20 May 19
Electro
  1. One LFO (5:38)
  2. One LFO (Luke Hess interpretation) (6:09)
  3. One LFO (Delano Smith Reconstruction) (7:10)
Review: Ted Krisko and Eric Rickers hail from Detroit, and their distinctive brand of snappy, playful electro and techno has already landed them releases on KMS, Visionquest and others. Now they land on 20/20 Vision with the devilishly fun "One LFO," an unremitting acid jam shot through with crafty drum programming and enough robotic lubricant to get the rustiest joints greased up and moving. Fellow Detroit champs Luke Hess and Delano Smith shore up on the flip with classy remixes, Hess waving his dubby strains over the original in inimitable form and Smith taking things deep, smooth and just a little spooky.
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Cat: GNS 001. Rel: 12 Dec 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Audiotheque - "Toolbox" (12:17)
  2. Nima Gorji - "Why So Serious" (9:45)
Review: Techy house-headz, Audiotheque and Nima Gorji, launch the Genesis imprint with new and exciting strains of highly calibrated dance formulas for anyone into, well, GOOD music! Audiotheque's "Toolbox" dominates the A-side with a relentlessly addictive bassline, sounding a bit like a blend between Dubfire and Boddika, carried on the back of what remains a largely minimalistic beat structure - what a winner! Gorji's "Why So Serious" is no less effective, but the producer has focussed more on the beat swing, creating a hypnotic loop clustered with all sorts of wild atmospherics for the smaller hours. Tip!
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Cat: BARBARELLA 003. Rel: 22 Jun 06
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Star (Perc remix)
  2. Star (Scott Edwards aka Avus remix)
  3. Star (Robert Babicz mix)
Review: Barbarella is proud to announce these new mixes of "Star" by Rob Acid. The track is taken from Rob's "Star EP" on Censored Records and now it appears on the hot new Barbarella label. The new remixes come from two of the top producers of the UK underground scene who both deliver very different interpretations of Rob's original track. On the info sides is Scott Edwards aka Avus, in the past he has recorded for Border Community, Klang Elektronik and Perc Trax. His mix is a classic slice of modern minimalism, dubbing out the track with his trademark glitchy effects. Turn it over and Perc Trax label owner Ali Wells aka Perc, gives us a deep, bassline-driven remix pushed along by a warped drum track. Recent fans of Perc's music include Michael Meyer, James Holden, Slam and Laurent Garnier.
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Cat: META 004. Rel: 28 Nov 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Swift Eviction (6:46)
  2. Box Of Beats (7:00)
  3. Everything Together (6:57)
  4. Buuky (7:32)
Review: UK based Berliner Ben Rau presents the next edition of his Meta Music imprint courtesy of ascendant Mancunian Josh Baker, who has appeared previously on Blind Vision, See Double and hedZup. This EP is a terrific perspective of where UK tech-house is currently at - we're loving the deep and groovy late night swing of the title track and "Everything Together" which take its cues from the French style popularised by Djebali or Mancini. Arguably best of all though, is the pumping and adrenalised peak time action of "Box Of Beats " which will mix in well with your Vinyl Speed Adjust tracks.
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Gespielt von: Ben Rau
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Drop It Down Low/Remember (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MB 03. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Drop It Down Low
  2. Drop It Down Dub
  3. Remember (Vibes mix)
  4. Remember
Review: After launching into Memory Box with aplomb on the deadly Acid Stomp 12", Robin Ball steps up on the London-based imprint once again with the saucy tones of his latest four track EP. "Drop It Down Low" and its accompanying dub mix are classy twists on the tech house formula that lean towards old-skool methods while keeping the sleaze factor ramped up high. "Remember" takes a more tripped out tribal approach, with the "Vibes mix" providing a more subtle twist to the warm, melodic undulations of the full fat version. It's an EP loaded with personality and flair for sophisticated dancefloors.
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Groovepressue 16 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GROOVE 16. Rel: 05 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Flow
  2. Mr Mumble
  3. Satin
  4. Satin (remix)
Review: Robin Ball has been on a roll of late, flaunting his wares on the Memory Box label amongst others. He makes a second outing on Groovepressure with four tracks of dynamic, inventive machine jams touching on synthwave influences and a healthy dose of electro. There's atmosphere loaded into each of these forthright, roughly hewn workouts, not least on the eerie, trancey synth strings on "Mr Mumble". The B side features the steadiest material in the shape of two versions of "Satin" that tap into the housier end of Ball's output.
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Ricochet (12")
Cat: ACJ 117. Rel: 23 Oct 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Ricochet (6:58)
  2. Ricochet (Matthew Herbert Milky dub) (6:57)
Review: Bambooman (real name Kirk Barley) is a London based producer who presents his fourth release on Matthew Herbert's Accidental imprint - which follows up last year's terrific long player, Whispers. His new offering is the trippy minimal techno kicker "Ricochet", with its sparse arrangement revolving around a stuttering bassline and nasty chord stabs awash in plate reverb. On the flip, the man himself Herbert steps up to deliver a wacky and glitched out remix in his own truly idiosyncratic style once again.
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Cat: DRUMMA 020. Rel: 04 Jun 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Mirror Of Spirit (10:10)
  2. 909 (10:19)
Review: Rominimal veteran Barac Nicolae returns, and this time on Felipe Venegas' esteemed imprint Drumma with a pair of tight, infectious minimal tech house productions. The rolling and hypnotic main room grooves that he's built his reputation on can be heard loud and clear on the powerful "The Mirror Of Spirit", while the flipside houses a deeper, after-hours vibe via "909". Despite its name, the beats produced by the trusty Roland drum machine aren't the main attraction. We think "303" might be more well suited for this acid entrancer!
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Drums EP (heavyweight vinyl 12" in screen-printed sleeve (colours may vary, we cannot guarantee which one you will receive))
Cat: SHMN 001. Rel: 16 Jul 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Barac - "Povestea Lui Teofan" (12:58)
  2. Baltazar - "Viento En Popa" (13:41)
Review: Hailing from Romania and Spain, Barac and Baltazar are two producers with a particular ear for dread-out percussion. Both of them have released different sorts of tunes, with the former being part of NoiDoi, but this new collaboration to launch Romanian imprint, Shamandrum, sees them push their skills even further. For starters, Barac's "Povestea Lui Teofan" is one of the deepest, darkest examples of tribalism that we've heard this year, with the tune's deranged vocal samples blending ever so well into the sparse collection of drums beneath. Baltazar's effort, "Viento En Popa", is much more straight-edged and teched-out, surely with the power to appeal to minimal heads across the globe, and more than a few fans of imprints like Slow Life. This is minimal drumming at its finest!
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Cat: BCBR/43792. Rel: 23 Mar 04
Techno
  1. Remake (Basic Reshape mix)
  2. The Climax (Basic Reshape mix)
Review: Basic Reshape features Basic Channel's very free takes of two of Carl Craig's projects that were originally released separately from each other on his own Planet E label. The Basic Reshape of "The Climax" (which itself was originally released in 1991 on Retroactive) first appeared on the 2001 reissue of this milestone in Carl's work, is one of the most hypnotic and driving club tracks that Mark Ernestus and Moritz von Oswald have produced in their post Basic Channel period. "Remake" Basic Reshape from 1994 relates to "Remake Uno/Duo", Carl's sample-based re-interpretation of Manuel Göttschings epochal E2-E4. Basic Channel take a radical, abstract, sample-free approach with a breathtaking slow motion groove under a multilayered sound sphere. This track also appeared on the Basic Channel CD.
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Sound Phases EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SR 005. Rel: 25 Mar 19
Techno
  1. Infinite Possibility (5:27)
  2. Infinite Possibility (Saverio Celestri remix) (6:55)
  3. Let Me See (6:28)
  4. Phases (feat Eternauta) (6:46)
Review: One of the founders of Uaudio and Sperimentazioni Sonore, Battista has been bouncing his outsider house style around labels such as The Trilogy Tapes and Warm Sounds, sometimes solo and sometimes in tandem with likeminded souls EMG and John Swing. Now he parks up on Florida label SPORTS with some more crooked delights that ably demonstrate the creative potential still to be found in the house realm if you approach it with imagination. "Infinite Possibility" is a weird, jazzy cut that reaches into the cosmos, and it's utterly magnificent. Saverio Celestri does a marvelous job of remixing it too, turning out a smoky, Motor City indebted version. "Let Me See" may have a more forthright beat, but there's still enough individuality in the choice of chords and samples to make this a stand out house record.
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Roar Remix (12")
Cat: WGVINYL 52. Rel: 14 Nov 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Patrice Baumel - "Roar" (Adana Twins remix) (8:16)
  2. Adana Twins - "Aufstand Der Massen" (7:18)
Review: Originally released back in 2009, Amsterdam scene stalwart Patrice Baumel's anthem "Roar" now gets a - pardon the pun - roaring main room rework (featuring one massive drop!) by Hamburg's favourite sons Adana Twins - hot off their latest Watergate Mix. This is the first EP stemming from the mix itself, and could easily be the standout track off the compilation. On the flip is the adrenalised and mesmerising dancefloor drama of "Aufstand Der Massen" which has already been in constant rotation with heavy hitters like Solomun and Tale Of Us.
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The Good Ship EP (12" + magazine + postcard + numbered performance ticket)
Cat: (KUNST/WORK) 002. Rel: 20 Aug 13
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Beaner - "Maledicta, The Mutiny"
  2. Khrom Ju - "The Ship"
  3. Skirtchaser - "Splice The Machine"
Review: After making their presence felt with the lavish packaging of their first release, the La Mission crew joins forces again with all the characters present for another well-presented journey through leftfield house and ambient compositions. Beaner's "Maledicta, The Mutiny" is the most direct of the offerings, working a mournful cello line and forlorn piano chords over a crisp tech-house rhythm while alien vocal samples inject the weird factor into the track. Krohm Ju meanwhile ditches beats in favour of a bass-laden experimental piece rich in compositional clout, as layers of arpeggios and lingering chords work to create a stirring piece. Skirtchaser then rounds the proceedings off with a low slung deep house affair with a scuffed beat and evocative found sound that feels like a brisk Sunday afternoon in autumn rolled into gently pulsing rhythm.
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Cat: PLZ 04S2. Rel: 23 Apr 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Rolling Shapes (8:52)
  2. Trainline (10:11)
Review: Romanian minimal-tech badboy, Silat Beksi, returns to the ever-impressive Pleasure Zone with pair of highly-crafted, ultra-sleek dance bangers that really put some style and panache into the whole scene. "Rolling Shapes", as the title implies, is a smooth and direct dancefloor bruiser that cruises at a steady tempo and yet still manages to pulsate its heavy bass with a distinctive style. On the B-side, "Trainline" gets even dubbier and more ethereal, retaining those swiping waves of bass, but adding in all sorts of quirky, off-the-cusp melodies for even more psychedelic fun. Class.
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Gespielt von: Mr KS, Martin Glowacz
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Visio (12")
Cat: PERLON 104. Rel: 18 Feb 15
 
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Visio
  2. Ruski
Review: After the adventures in Meditations from Thomas Melchior, Perlon's latest release of an impressive 2015 so far finds the label turn to a lesser known artist in Bihn. The production alias of Berlin based Germann Nguyen, BIHN emerged last year with a pair of low key 12"s as well as working with Onur Ozer as Treatment. What Nguyen lacks in profile he makes up for in punchy Perlon-worthy productions skills on the basis of his two tracks here with opener "Visio" a quite haunting cut where stripped back drum programming allows a neat bassline and detailed synth work to shine. Complementing this, it feels like "Ruski" is Nguyen letting his more urgent desires reign free and is likely to become a B side many selectors cherish.
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Cat: BMM 009. Rel: 21 Feb 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Americo (6:25)
  2. Chewie's Groove (6:58)
  3. El Ancho Peuchelle (6:47)
  4. Chimichanga (6:29)
Review: Undercover Spanish collective Birdsmakingmachine specialise in quirky, all analogue, minimal house inspired by the seminal sounds of the legendary Perlon label, but with a fresh contemporary vibe much - like fellow crusaders of the cause like Half Baked (who they've previously released for), Discobar or Melliflow. For their ninth edition, the renowned live act presents another collection of fine afterhours inspired cuts: the wonky and grinding bumper "Americo", the dusty swing fuelled shuffle of "Chewies Groove" or the zappy and glitching 4/4 electro on "Chimichanga" which would make even the likes of Les Points or Binh stand up and notice. Probably the imprint's finest edition yet. Tip!
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Blind Box 006 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BBOX 006. Rel: 07 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. Blind Box - "Would"
  2. Blind Box - "Hedone"
  3. Julian Alexander - "Baku Man"
  4. Julian Alexander - "Casserole"
Review: Blind Box heads Julien Sandre and Konstress know a thing or two about deep, undulating house grooves, and their continued exploration of immersive cuts for hidden corners of the dance yields further delights on this sixth instalment in the Blind Box series. The first side of this 12" finds the two label bosses twisting out immaculate jams shot through with playful sound design. "Would" locks into a subtle swing and revels in lopsided synth stabs, while "Hedone" plunges into a stunning intricate techno landscape peppered with glitchy tones. On the flip, Julian Alexander follows suit with the crisp, funky "Baku Man" and the more experimental tones of "Casserole".
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Armchair Analyst/Long Overdue (limited 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MOSAIC LTDX2. Rel: 03 Dec 18
Techno
  1. Bluetrain - "Armchair Analyst" (Special edition dub) (7:49)
  2. Roger Gerressen - "Long Overdue" (7:12)
Review: Steve O'Sullivan's Mosaic train keeps on rolling, this time via the LTDX series which reaches its second station stop with two more dubbed out dancefloor delights for the deepest divers. O'Sullivan dons his Bluetrain guise to deliver the UK steppers-indebted "Armchair Analyst," which artfully folds subtle dubwise influences into its minimal techno construction. On the flip side, Roger Gerressen spaces things out good and proper with the slow-stalking groove of "Long Overdue," fusing the best elements of contemporary minimal and classic dub to create a fine extension of the Rhythm & Sound blueprint.
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Kerberos Rremixes (limited transparent red vinyl 12")
Cat: SYST 01206. Rel: 04 Sep 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Kerberos Revisited (Solomun & Johannes Brecht remix) (8:33)
  2. Kerberos (Andre Hommen remix) (6:40)
  3. Kerberos (Matador remix) (8:06)
Review: In recent times, demand has soared for second-hand copies of Stefan Bodzin and Marc Romboy's 2014 cut "Kerberos". Wisely, Systematic has decided to reissue it, backing the original version - a quietly positive chunk of melodious tech-house bristling with memorable, rising and falling electronic motifs - with a trio of fresh reworks. The first of these comes from Solomun and Johannes Brecht, whose interpretation tends towards the grandiose, elevating the original to a higher level via bolder electronics and stronger Berlinian beats. In contrast, Andre Hommen harnesses the track's innate positivity, inserting a blissful, saucer-eyed breakdown that should get the hairs on the back of your neck standing to attention. Finally, Matador delivers a smooth, shuffling and bass-heavy revision that's closest in tone to Bodzin and Romboy's original.
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Motor Myths EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: STURO 005. Rel: 06 Nov 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Hauabdo (5:59)
  2. Hollywood Again (6:01)
  3. Linda From Mars (6:05)
  4. Drolf Clouds (6:52)
Review: Frankfurt's Philipp Boss is back, following up a terrific release on local imprint Osman with this right thriller on Sturo. Following in the style of Frankfurt's new wave, made popular by local crews such as Hardworksoftdrink, Traffic and Pager, Boss takes inspiration from early '90s sounds on the Motor Myths EP. From the four to the floor electro bounce of "Hauabdo", the punchy old school techno of "Linda From Mars" to the funked-up deepness of "Drolf Clouds" - Boss revisits the best of the old school, by way of an new school mentality.
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Cat: NGY 03. Rel: 20 May 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Jaxx Freaxx (Fumiya Tanaka My Jaxx remix) (10:55)
  2. Jaxx Freaxx (Zweizig remix) (8:21)
Review: Brawther returns to one of the stand out tracks from last year's "Transient States" LP and hands it over to a couple of more-than-capable remixers. "Jaxx Freaxx" becomes an irresistibly funky bumper in the hands of Fumiya Tanaka, whose "My Jaxx" version sounds like it would be right at home in the midst of a lengthy Panorama Bar session. Zweizig follows up on his recent "Rhythm Tension" 12" for Negentropy with a sublime, subtle twist on "Jaxx Freaxx" that matches swinging micro house with dubby FX ripples that sound like they were deployed with the after party in mind.
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Vintage Vinyl (hand-stamped heavyweight coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: SCHATVV 07. Rel: 06 May 16
Techno
  1. The Same Fury (5:54)
  2. Giddy Up (5:21)
  3. East (5:31)
Review: More re-issues of seminal tech house classics by Josh Brent aka Schatrax from the eponymous imprint, mainly active through the late nineties. For those that know, yes we're preaching to the choir, to those that don't: listen and learn! Up there with legends of the UK sound such as Silicone Soul, Pure Science and early 20:20 Vision. This release was originally known as Schatrax #10 and released in 1997. On side A we've got "The Same Fury" which likes its name suggests is probably the most ferocious track Brent probably ever made: this is some pretty hard jacking and functional techno on here for serious DJ use only. "Giddy Up" is equally as cyclical a DJ tool, with its tribal loops work out hypnotising you into submission much like his other classic "Dizzy". Finally on the flip we've got "East", a more straightforward techno stomper with some fierce 909 driven energy supporting some killer synth stabs.
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