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Cat: AER 03. Rel: 22 Feb 11
Deep House
  1. 1Dan - "Foundations"
  2. Bittersuite - "Squeeze In"
  3. Miles Sagnia - "Can We Heal Them?"
Review: Atmospheric Existence Recordings keep up their annual release rate with label boss Miles Sagnia inviting 1Dan and Bittersuite to join him on only the third release. Newcomer 1Dan opens proceedings with the sprawling soft machine funk flex of "Foundations", a track driven by gutter deep bass movements, steppy syncopation and rich sonic textures that no doubt helped influence the title of the EP. On the flip Bittersuite step forward with the upwards acid dub pressure of "Squeeze In" which steadily accrues an acidic overtone before a delightful left turn into a futuristic mechano soul rhythmic thrust. It's left to Sagnia to provide the final moment with the tightly relentless throb of "Can We Heal Them" that slowly reveals its inner acid brilliance.
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out of stock $6.24
Cat: PSR 009. Rel: 29 Jun 06
Funky/Club House
  1. I Never Knew (280 West mix)
  2. I Never Knew (280 West dub)
  3. I Never Knew (280 West reprise)
Review: Jersey's veterans 280 West make a big-time return to Phuture Soul with this powerful three-track EP of soulful, garagey vocal house. "I Never Knew" is classic Jersey, a big-time male vocal with some chunky drums and disco horns blasting away on the hypnotic, catchy soulful groove - the A-side "West" mix is a stormer for the clubs. On the flip you've got a super-fat dub mix and the beatless reprise mix to do some DJing damage with. Fans of DJ Spen and the East Coast sound will be all over this big time release.
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out of stock $8.32
Earth Energy Part 1 (hand-numbered white vinyl 10")
Cat: MND 24LTD250. Rel: 30 Nov 12
Deep House
  1. Serenade
  2. The Silence Of Winter
Review: Brad Peterson and Rai Scott aka 2Deepsoul go limited edition and hand numbered for their white coloured 10" Earth Energy Part 1 EP on Spanish label Minuedo. Bubbling and acid toned squiggles dance upon staccato hi-hats and choral melodies in the upbeat and sweat sounding house cut "Serenade". Analogue warmth is ever present throughout the "The Silence of Winter", as hypnotic leads and LFO infected synths influence serenely sung vocals and top end EQ twiddles. A collector's must have.
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out of stock $9.37
Cat: NUT 982. Rel: 02 Sep 06
  1. Beat Don't Stop
  2. Feelin Kinda Insane
Review: More funky breaks grooves from A Skillz & The Beatvandals. Adding their own trademark of infusing hip hop, and working it into each track. Funktastic!!!!
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Gespielt von: Paul, Djp, BadboE, Nacho Marco
out of stock $0.00
We Are New York Haunted (limited 12" + download code for 2 bonus Drvg Cvltuvre tracks)
Cat: NYH 99.
  1. AAAA & Tin Man - "Shelters Protect You"
  2. MEZE - "The Murray"
  3. Baz Reznik - "Harbor Acid"
  4. Ben R. Brown - "Heights"
  5. Drvg Culture - "Mystic Wolfman Don't Fail Me Now" (bonus Download track)
  6. Drvg Cvltvre - "Behind The Rows" (bonus Download track)
Review: Vincent Koreman's experimental techno label returns with four new tracks from AAAA & Tin Man, Meze, Baz Reznik & Ben R. Brown, plus a download code for two exclusive tracks from Drvg Cvltvre. 300 copies only.
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Gespielt von: Da GobliNN /Remuted
out of stock $10.41
Tempa Allstars Vol 8 (double 12")
Cat: TEMPA 104. Rel: 30 Dec 15
Deep Dubstep
  1. Acre - "Messages" (5:59)
  2. Epoch - "The Vile" (4:42)
  3. Cliques - "AUT" (6:30)
  4. Fracture - "Excalibur" (4:37)
  5. Youngsta & Distance - "Track 5" (5:38)
  6. Biome - "Closed Minds" (6:06)
Review: The Allstars compilation series from Tempa has proved a fine litmus test of the UK underground since it was launched in the heady early days of dubstep circa 2003. An eighth volume rounds out Tempa's 2015 business and this broadly diverse selection is proof enough that bass music is in fine health. Following his superb debut LP for Tectonic, Acre opens the doublepack with the stuttered, swung sound design of "Messages", and from here Tempa run the gamut of the UK bass scene. Epoch lays down raw and doomy steppa vibes with "The Vile", Cliques offers up futuristic footwork of "Aut" whilst both Youngsta & Distance and Biome bring the 140BPM heat.
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Gespielt von: Calculon
out of stock $13.53
Cat: DANCETRAX 017. Rel: 07 Aug 18
Deep House
  1. D Question (5:19)
  2. Seven Of Nine (5:40)
  3. Bashton Valed (6:13)
  4. Tanga Toll (3:32)
Review: After inaugurating the Bags Inc imprint a little while back, UK bass stalwart Addison Groove and Sam 'Binga' Simpson return with more of their down 'n' dirty exploits here. From the tough rolling jack of "D Question" with its ghetto house samples and hypnotic chords that call to mind Binga's work on 50 Weapons not long ago. More jacked vocals and classic sound of Roland drum machines are explored on the stripped back "Seven Of Nine" and the rather banging "Bashton Valed" gets back to the program in strong and funky hard groove style - with its acidic flourishes and emotive pads.
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out of stock $10.41
Embryo (12")
Cat: SA 035. Rel: 17 Apr 19
  1. Elapsed Emptiness (7:01)
  2. Symmetry (6:57)
  3. Inverted Aspects (feat Beau Wanzer) (5:12)
  4. Aria (New Beat version) (5:07)
Review: Mannequin boss Alessandro Adriani returns to Stroboscopic Artefacts with 'Embryo' - an immersive four-track micro-odyssey spanning across jagged ambient scopes,unmapped acidic grounds and further leftfield-friendly sonic territories, opening up the path for his forthcoming sophomore LP and first ever for Stroboscopic Artefacts, 'Morphic Dreams'.
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out of stock $9.64
Cat: RNFN 01. Rel: 06 Dec 07
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Tewa (Nick Chacona remix)
  2. Tewa (Beat Pharmacy remix)
Review: Ransom Note presents awesome remixes of 'Tewa' from Brendan Moeller under his Beat Pharmacy guise, and another from Nick Chacona.
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out of stock $8.86
Cat: CHANNEL 067. Rel: 27 Apr 16
  1. Everybody Wants To (4:38)
  2. Everybody Wants To (12" disco dance mix) (6:58)
Review: Hot on the heels of the release of their brilliant debut album, Basar, Africaine 808 drop a fresh single. Intriguingly, "Everybody Wants To" is something of a departure from the polyrhythmic, global fusion style explored on Basar. Instead, it sees the Berlin-based duo explore the world of synthesizer-heavy space-funk. Of course, there's still plenty of Latin and African influences amongst the loose and organic percussion, but these seem to play second fiddle to the vocoder vocals, bustling bassline and intergalactic synthesizers that dominate. Of the two versions, it's the flipside 12" Disco Dance Mix that really hits the spot, with DJ Nomad and Dirk Leyers extending the groove and emphasizing the superb bassline for greater dancefloor enjoyment.
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out of stock $10.16
Cat: MOLL 003. Rel: 29 Nov 06
  1. Agaric - "Acid Sluts"
  2. Bruce Logan - "Your Halo Is Slipping"
  3. Eidolon - "You People"
Review: Some of the most promising Swedish artists on this new Moll release. The label is an excellent guideline of today's techno movement. Firm thumping kicks are at the base of these dancefloor monsters. The boys turn out to be full blown bassline engineers, pushing the envelope when it comes to supersonic frequencies.
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out of stock $8.32
Cat: MINIBAR 0112. Rel: 09 Jan 08
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Agnes - "P-Style"
  2. Ultrakurt - "Massage In A Bottle"
  3. John Thomas & Barbara Goes - "Funky Time"
  4. Ditch - "Bachelor Girl"
Review: Let's have a minibar refil and listen to this 'MilkShake EP2' compilation. Agnès, Ultrakurt, and Ditch as unyielding minibar bedrocks,
offer new deep and shaky cuts, inviting John Thomas & Barbara Goes for an exceptional funky time that will surely sparkle this year.
You'll love Spasm and Linc's fine and striking funksters. It's all about house, minimal twists and the tricks Minibarians love.
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out of stock $8.32
Control Tower (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: LIONCHG 024. Rel: 15 Jan 19
Deep Dubstep
  1. Akcept - "Control Tower" (4:39)
  2. Bukkha & Halcyonic - "What's In A Dub" (4:15)
Review: Lion Charge live up to their name and march into the new year with serious intent. Another split-sided release plunging into the depths of the exciting new generation, both sides carry a distinct vibe. Akcept fires out the orders over a relentless but stately 4/4, sweeping horns and shimmering dub effects on "Control Tower". Flip for "What's In A Dub", a much more minimal dubbed-out percussive skanker from the US and UK combo Bukkha & Halcyonic. Warm, authentic and limited; the charge is on.
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out of stock $9.64
Cat: BRUTALRAGE 001. Rel: 14 Feb 08
  1. Akira - "No More Mu-sick"
  2. Bonehead - "From The Netherlands" (Speedcore Terror Kinetic remix)
  3. Goetia - "Brutal Rage"
  4. Venom - "Ruthless Terror"
Review: Brutal Rage presents 'Soup Du Jour Vs. Dim Sum', a kickin' & speedy sampler release offering four wild tracks which will be highly appreciated by those who like it raw On the a-side Akira's 'No More Mu-sik' the Absolute Absolutuon Remix, and Bonehead's 'From The Netherlands' Speedcore Terror Kinetic Remix. On the flip Goetia's 'Brutal Rage' and Venom's 'Ruthless Terror'. So big names are represented on this first Brutal Rage release, do not miss out.

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out of stock $8.32
3am Wax Vol 1 (hand-numbered 140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TAM 088. Rel: 14 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Al Bradley - "Kindergesicht"
  2. Carlo Gambino - "Acid Casual"
  3. Ben Dean - "Track Three"
  4. Michael Scott - "Underdisc"
Review: "After 10 years away from vinyl, 3am Wax Vol.1 hails a return to 12' on the label, now in its 13th year. The EP features an all-3am regular artist cast, three making their debut on vinyl and one making a return to 12' after a 12 year gap. 3am boss Al Bradley opens the EP, while label regulars Carlo Gambino, Ben Dean and Michael Scott all return for the 12". With over 400 releases and remixes between the artists, the EP showcases in-house talent from the label - the emphasis on quality rather than names. Ranging from Berlin-influenced deepness through to raw analog acid house, the EP has been doing damage at label gigs throughout 2015 including Berlin, Ibiza, Copenhagen, New York, London & label-home Leeds, with plaudits and support also coming in from a wide range of DJs from the promo."
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out of stock $5.20
Cat: RIDE 7001. Rel: 30 Nov 05
  1. Concrete Schoolyard
  2. Silent Storm
Review: "Concrete Schoolyard" is a re-Issue from Ride Records. It is a downbeat guitar track on a limited 7".
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out of stock $5.20
NDATL Special Edition 2019 (hand-stamped 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: NDATLSE 2019. Rel: 26 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. Kai Alce - "Thrown Away" (5:24)
  2. Brett Dancer - "Art" (6:19)
  3. Nick Holder - "Disco 79'" (6:49)
  4. Nick Holder - "A Black Man In America" (5:52)
  5. Nick Holder - "A Black Man In America" (instrumental edit) (3:54)
Review: Here is the Annual NDATL special edition release, featuring label head honcho Kai Alce. The explorations begins with the smooth and smoky late night deepness of "Thrown Away" ,with its truthful spoken word dialogue. This is followed by an addition by Trackmode boss Brett Dancer on the same side - he provides some proper Midwest vibes on the soulful/bittersweet bounce of "Art". On the flip, it's all about Toronto legend Nick Holder, who has made a welcome return to production here: he serves up the lo-slung groove of "Disco 79'" harking back to his early days of disco loops (think back to his classic One Night In The Disco from back in '96), through to the super slick and emotive "A Black Man In America".
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out of stock $26.31
Futurism (12")
Cat: ISM 010X. Rel: 06 May 11
  1. Alena - "Changes" (Ron Basejam remix)
  2. Yam Who? - "I'm In Love" (feat Natasha Watts)
  3. PBR Streetgang - "J2ThaB"
  4. Brothers Young - "Inferno"
Review: Yam Who?'s ISM label come through with a four track slice of disco centric Futurism, featuring the man Yam himself alongside PBR Streetgang and Ron Basejam. It's the latter who takes the lead with a remix of Alena's "Changes" that sees her sultry vocal teased by a most excellent of analogue synth leads that splurges brilliantly across the crisp mid tempo chug. Yam Who? teams up with vocalist Natasha Watts for the similarly bottom heavy bump of "I'm In Love" which has a certain warehouse appeal to it. On the flip, PBR pay respect to the godfather of soul James Brown with the gritty flex of "J2thaB" with the sadly departed Mr Brown strangely sounding at times like he wants to go to Tesco. We always took him for a Waitrose man, but regardless this is probably the track you'll reach for most! Finally Brothers Young do their thing to a Trammps classic, with little more than the bassline retained. Big tip!
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out of stock $6.24
MNC 002 (limited 10")
Cat: MNC 002. Rel: 03 May 13
Deep House
  1. Scuzzelbutt!
  2. Between Us
Review: Banfield Audio's fledgling Monochromatic label return following a sterling debut emission from Specter and the label bosses themselves, turning to another under rated US producer in the shape of Amir Alexander. Despite his heritage, Alexander is only now really getting the wider exposure his explosive production capacity deserves and the Chicagoan's contribution here is an incendiary example of just what he's capable of. "Scuzzelbutt!" is Chicago acid house in a similar frame of mind to Larry Heard's prized Gherkin Jerks output, though the TR-led rhythms are precision tooled and crisp to a tee. Banfield Audio maintain their 100% appearance record with a slightly more sedate B Side saunter through classic Detroit deep house that accrues all manner of melodic charm as it progresses.
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out of stock $8.86
Aye Aye (12")
Cat: KFA 033. Rel: 10 Aug 06
UK Hardcore
  1. Alk ED - "Ay Aye"
  2. Idealz - "Idealz Anthem" (remixed)
  3. Radiophonic Oddity - "She's So Fine"
  4. Luna C & Bexxie - "Mindrider"
Review: Ever-present in the early to mid nineties and as the die hard fans know well, they haven't actually gone anywhere. Luna-C and his label stable have been constantly releasing music ever since then. Here are two brand new releases for you to get your hands on. To give you an explanation of what's on the wax, it's not that far from what they were releasing back in the day. The old skool feel remains, but the tempo has gone up a bit. Some of the tracks on the EP would even fit into the new hardcore breakz category. Knite Force has some serious die hard fans out there, don't forget to help them get hold of their fix.
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out of stock $6.24
Roland Rat (12")
Cat: BNR 075. Rel: 05 Apr 12
Electro House
  1. Roland Rat
  2. Brain Storm
Review: The blossoming studio partnership betwixt those lords of the breakdown, Messrs Alkan and Ridha, continues apace here with Roland Rat, a suitably raucous two track twelve inch constructed from analogue means. This record is also notable for a further example of the duo's playful testing of the limits of a twelve inch, with the title tracks noticeable mid point speed up threatening to dislodge needle from groove. Along with the recent Lemonade CDr 12" pressing and the sight of Ridha hammering out an all vinyl set on Boiler Room, this kind of attention to detail ensures both retain valid membership to the Keep Vinyl Alive campaign.

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out of stock $7.03
Cat: BEC 5161029. Rel: 01 Nov 11
Electro House
  1. Avalanche (Terminal Velocity) (original version)
  2. Avalanche (Terminal Velocity) (Canblaster remix)
  3. Avalanche (Terminal Velocity) (Ewan Pearson Deeper Underground re-version)
Review: The Anglo Germanic rulers of peak time clubbing known individually as Erol and Alex revisit one of their most lysergic collaborations, "Avalanche". Enlisting the distinctive, velvety tones of Jarvis Cocker, they look to Leonard Cohen for inspiration with the Pulp front man reciting the lyrics from the iconic songsmith's track of the same name over the Alkan & Ridha production. Thrillingly, Phantasy have elected to split remix duties for the track between the old guard and the new - with Ewan Pearson and Canblaster both excelling. Pearson's Deeper Underground re-version is worthy of the sweat filled Berlin basements the producer no doubt spends the weekends he's not gigging in, whilst the accompanying remix from Club Cheval's resident Legowelt lookalike is every bit as demented and intricately layered as the original Canblaster material that has surfaced to date. Nice white vinyl and PVC sleeve too!
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out of stock $6.77
  1. Amato - "Physique" (5:13)
  2. Tzusing - "King Of System" (5:06)
  3. An-I - "Mutter" (6:00)
  4. Broken English Club - "Glass" (5:28)
Review: There's a delightfully celebratory feel about this debut volume of Cititrax Tracks, a new 12" series from Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax. As beautifully presented as we've come to expect, Tracks Volume 1 boasts a quartet of dancefloor-ready smashers from a blend of new faces and label stalwarts. Amato (aka The Hacker) kicks things off with the glistening EBM funk of "Physique" - all restless synth refrains and pounding bottom end - before LIES affiliate Tsuzing go all dark, psychedelic and twisted on the thrillingly intense, acid-flecked "King of System". An-I go all DAF (with a touch of Front 242) on the fuzzy and dystopian stomper "Mutter", before Cititrax regulars Broken English Club delivers a storming chunk of industrial-tinged analogue funk ("Glass"). Bravo!
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Steam (12")
Cat: TILT 006. Rel: 10 May 07
Drum And Bass
  1. Amex & Kaiza - "Steam"
  2. Budoka - "Pleasure Ride"
Review: The Tilt labels' main artists come together on this release, entitled Steam, with Amex & Kaiza and Budoka - a real killer!!
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out of stock $5.73
Sourcream (12")
Cat: TILT 004. Rel: 20 Jul 06
Drum And Bass
  1. Amex/Kaiza - "Sourcream"
  2. Budoka - "Whiplash" (remix)
Review: Now on TILT004 Amex/Kaiza and Budoka go for a shared release to bring their two different approaches to technoid D'n'B together on one vinyl: innovative Techno-D'n'B and solid Neurofunk. Amex/Kaiza - "Sourcream" Mannheim's finest deliver another dancefloor-smashing stepper, designed to take the listener on a trip into the world of uncompromising Techno-D'n'B. Like "Shrinz" it is a harsh and bouncing tool to move everybody’s ass. After a DJ-friendly intro, the drop and stabs paying tribute to Detroit, the tune seems to be on its highest point, but just then it drops deeper into counter-dynamic arrangements and doubles the pace. Again, the genuine beat and percussion works in combination with the on-point use of Techno stabs and vocals as lead and rhythmic elements roll the hell out of the devil, displaying the way tunes should be nowadays according to Amex/Kaiza's point of view. Budoka - "Whiplash" RMX The logo side of TILT004 exemplifies the flip side of the label sound: subtle fx and electronic elements over a huge midrange/sub bass construct and an also rolling yet more organic beat, still keeping some melody. The intro builds up a deep, catchy and almost housey atmosphere only to drop into Budoka`s very own interpretation of massive Neurofunk to tear up dancefloors. Various fills sum up and turn to a further role in the ever-playing antagonism between the straight groove and the atmospheric deepness. (The original tune "Whiplash" had been produced in 2001 and got positive feedback on dubplate, but has never been released on vinyl. Now, years later, Budoka has made a remix while upgrading the sound quality to D'n'B standards of today and adding some new structure and elements, eventually creating a new tune.
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out of stock $6.24
Cursory EP (12")
Cat: VVR 001. Rel: 02 Dec 11
  1. Sickle
  2. Aurum
  3. Illy
  4. Quarto
Review: The Cursory EP is the second collaboration between Italians in Berlin The Analogue Cops and UK bass producer Blawan. It's the debut release on a new label run by another Italian duo, Raw People, but what is more notable is that the release maps out new possibilities for that grey area where house, techno and bass meet. "Aurum", with its loose, organic drums, could be easily mistaken for a Workshop release were it not for the wired vocal sample and interplay between the spacey, ambient chords and the arrangement's cheese-wire percussive licks. "Illy" is straighter and more representative of the Analogue Cops' approach, with its filtered groove and insistent stabs underscored by firing percussion, but it sounds functional when played next to "Quarto". The standout cut on the EP is based on a driving but more offbeat rhythm, while viscous acid lines cosy up to crashing cymbals, creating a woozy, edgy feeling. Put simply, "Quatro" is the kind of track that captures lost moments from late nights without making the listener feel uncomfortable. Finally, "Sickle" sees the trio return to dance floor techno, but with a difference. Blawan's input ensures that the rolling rhythm is fluid and less regimented, while the rasping percussion that tracks the building chord is rougher than a Ryanair red-eye out of Berlin on a Monday morning.
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out of stock $8.32
The Ohne Hande Remixes (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: AW 1. Rel: 15 Dec 14
  1. Ohne Hande (Maschinendub)
  2. Ohne Hande (acappella)
  3. Ohne Hande (Fundamental mix)
  4. Ohne Hande (Pogo Im Saurebad Plural mix)
Review: The Berlin-based aufnahme + wiedergabe label elect to revisit Legacy From A Cold World, last year's fine debut album from Black Egg, with the focus on one specific track and one special artist. As the recent remixes of Powell suggested, Michael Wollenhaupt's Ancient Methods project is perfectly tooled to instigate some truly inspirational reworks given the correct source material and his four versions of "Ohne Ha?nde" are the stuff of techno dreams. Wedged inbetween EBM, industrial and techno, the "Maschinendub" version is a wonderfully seedy affair, whilst the Accapella version fizzes with underlying menace. The Fundamental mix will please those seeking some thunderous techno whilst the closing "Pogo Im Saurebad Plural" version veers off into the realm of primitive electronics. Superb stuff!
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out of stock $8.60
Cat: BR 054. Rel: 10 May 06
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Jack The Beatbox
  2. Jack The Beatbox (Audio Soul Project remix)
  3. Jack The Beatbox (DJ Wild remix)
Review: DJ Small & David André are rising fast on the Parisian scène after their début on Nouveau Né Records last year. The pair is now hyperactive with Small being between Paris & Shangai, playing all over and David buried in the studio to fine-tune the sound of their next releases. So after a limited release on RZ last month, they are now on the motherboard Brique Rouge with a new track called "Jack The Beatbox" and it's damn jackin' with an electro edge, a ravey breakdown, some funky beats. It comes with extra remixes from none other than Mazi under his guise Audio Soul Project and DJ Wild from the Catwash fame. The perfect package!
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out of stock $8.32
  1. Andres - "Just A Player"
  2. Brad Peterson - "Trickchords"
  3. John Tejada & Adrian Leviste - "Fashion Avenue" (remix)
  4. Ewan Jansen - "New Stride" (Deez Follow Da Bass remix)
Review: "Classics" releases work best when the material being showcased is either obscure, hard to find or overlooked. Much of the material on this third trawl back through the vaults of Mike Grant's Moods & Grooves imprint ticks all these boxes. For example, Andres' "Just A Player" - a refreshingly loose and bumping fusion of warm disco samples, snappy beats and a killer bassline - has never previously appeared on wax. Then there's the soul-flecked, jazz-house/broken beat hybrid "Fashion Avenue (Remix)" by John Tejada and Leviste, which sounds remarkably fresh despite being 14 years old. As for Brad Peterson's strutting, acid bass-propelled "Trickchords", we're struggling to find any reference to it having been released before. Whether it has or not, it's as essential as the rest of this superb EP.
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  1. Andrew K - "No Hay Banda"
  2. Tosca - "Superrob" (Henrik Schwarz mix)
  3. Boozoo Bajou - "Keep Going" (feat Tony Joe White)
  4. Mike Monday - "Zum Zum"
  5. The Cinematic Orchestra - "Channel 1 Suite 1"
Review: Global Underground pays tribute to 30 years of dance music with these selections from their upcoming "Afterhours 3" compilation.
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out of stock $5.20
Cat: REGULAR0356. Rel: 13 Dec 07
  1. Black
  2. Green
  3. Orange
Review: "Three Colours", by Anna (aka Boris Brejcha) has support from Chris Fortier, Angel Molina, Pablo Bolivar, Ulysses, Maurice Aymard, Xpansul and more.
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Control (12")
Cat: WS 005. Rel: 10 Jan 08
  1. Anti Science, Suko & Viper BRKZ - "Control"
  2. Bass & Funk - "Fire"
Review: Waveshape presents 'Control', dark, techy breakz from Anti Science et al.
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out of stock $5.73
Versus (12")
Cat: REFU 0026. Rel: 11 Oct 07
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Antipop vs Asia Argento - "Vampy"
  2. Daho vs Fischerspooner - "Tombe Pour La France" (Chef remix)
  3. Archigram vs Nin - "Ninagram"
  4. These Bone vs Guess Who? - "Toxic"
Review: The first official Refuge Records release plays with versus, bootlegs, and covers, showing an eclectic juke-box with Antipop, Asia Argento, Archigram, Etienne Daho, Fischerspooner, Chef, Nine Inch Nails, Britney Spears and These Bones.
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  1. The Anxious - "Example Of Life"
  2. Bas Mooy & Vincent De Wit - "Zondagsschool"
  3. Lars Klein - "Shinobi No Mono"
  4. Primal - "Illegal Intentions"
  5. Andre Walter & Chris Hope - "Inform"
  6. Jeroen Liebegts - "Replace Or Rename"
  7. Mattias Fridell - "Malfunction"
  8. Ogi - "Volium"
Review: We live in a world filled with potential "Axes of evil". There is destruction hiding everywhere, and everyone is surrounded by continents which are infected with violent wars. So it is time to pick up the weapons we use best. and there is no better machine of mental destruction than this series of bone-crushing artillery. Blessed with powers reaching beyond bullets, daisy-cutters, mines and raging soldiers, the Audio Assault ARMS label brings all techno warriors that they need. The pure rage of highly infectious mutant underground techno! ARMS is a sub-label from the pounding Dutchmen from Audio Assault Recordings, Bas Mooy and Jeroen Liebregts. Always delivering quality rock - hard techno productions, showcasing various known artists and upcoming talents. On this tenth cut they present a special anniversary double pack, featuring an impressive army of techno warriors, fighting their guerrilla battle to put quality dark techno back in the place where it belongs. So take cover and hide!
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out of stock $12.49
Cat: FOKUZ 024. Rel: 17 Oct 06
Drum And Bass
  1. Aorta - "Love Hope Future" (BCee & Lomax remix)
  2. BCee & Lomax - "Letting Go"
Review: The A-side is a house tune which has been given the remix treatment by Bcee & Lomax. This is your typical Fokuz tune - midsummer, vocal, drum & bass business, nice refreshing melodies, solid rolling beats and proper basslines. On the flip is a deeper tune with crispy beats, laidback strings, subtle vocals and little soundfx.
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out of stock $5.73
Cat: CLAVE 001. Rel: 29 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. Appian - "For Warm Weather" (part 2) (5:00)
  2. Gerald Norton - "Wilbert Cobbs" (4:54)
  3. Segv - "Uhxhxh" (5:34)
  4. Berndt - "Pitchblack" (5:08)
Review: Get your claves out for the lads... This white hot Detroit label launched earlier this year with this very inaugural volume, back again and reissued by popular demand. All flexing around 116 mark, there's a loose sense of funk coded throughout as we're treated to a range of groove treats. Highlights include the detuned synth hypnosis of Berndt's "Pitchblack", the percussive allure and sub charm of Appian's "For Warm Weather" and the rippling dubbed synths of Segv's "Uhxhxh". A very welcome reissue.
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Time Up (1st 12")
Cat: PASA 025. Rel: 18 May 06
Drum And Bass
  1. Aquasky & Spyda - "Time Up"
  2. Aquasky & Backdraft - "What Can You Do?" (feat Spyda)
Review: Having spent the last 18 months of their lives putting together what has been one of the largest album projects ever undertaken in breakbeat, Aquasky’s massive 'Teamplayers' album has created a collection of underground anthems and has once again seen them pushing the boundaries of their genre to the limit through collaborations with some 30+ artists from the breaks, drum and bass and hip hop scenes. The final single to be taken from the album comes in the form of this double pack and features collabs with D & B MC Spyda and breaks heads Backdraft and The Drummatic Twins. The remix 12" features Drumsound & Simon Bassline Smith and the godfather of breaks Rennie Pigrem.
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Mutant City Acid (limited hand-numbered 12")
Cat: BV 16. Rel: 28 Jan 15
  1. Mark Archer - "We Jack The House"
  2. Ben Pest - "Schedule Acid"
  3. Posthuman - "Don't Rush"
  4. Chevron - "Vishnu 303"
Review: Drum machines, synths and sequencers are alive and kicking on this various artist EP from, Posthuman's Balkan Vinyl label which features Horror Boogie's Ben Pest and Planet Mu artist Chevron. Mark Archer, a name familiar to Balkan Vinyl, opens the EP with an electrified piece of four-to-the-floor techno funk, while Ben Pest boils down the instrumentation in "Scheduled Acid" for a track that sounds like a cooler version of Mylo's "Muscle Car". Posthuman takes the EP into spacey, Detroit, 909 techno territory with "Don't Rush", while Chevron powers up his 303 to supply a track as cheeky and acidic as what Killekill's Affie Yusuf can muster.
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Gespielt von: Jerome Hill
out of stock $7.28
Cat: BOE 022. Rel: 03 Dec 13
Deep House
  1. Arnaldo - "A Shop That Sells Everything But At Double The Price"
  2. Ben Boe - "Low Rider"
  3. Anaxander - "Dance Et Cetera"
Review: Arriving back in the spring of 2010, the first edition of Halal Prepared from London label Boe Recordings featured Iron Curtis, KiNK and Ladzinski and has remained a 12" the more considered selectors at Juno HQ keep in their record boxes. Primed by Boe as the onset of a new V/A series, it's taken the label three years to decide on what artists to feature on this second volume, with a great online mix series of the same name available for those craving some Halal flavoured house. Smallville graduate Arnaldo calls shotgun here with the playfully named A side hogger "A Shop That Sells Everything But At Twice The Price" filled with the sort of texturally deepness that made his Blank Slate record from earlier this year such a popular 12". Label boss Ben Boe deems the time right to surface with his first original production and "Low Rider" fits snugly in with the refined house aesthetic the under-rated Boe Recordings has developed over the course of it's five years of releases. French producer Anaxander rounds out Vol 2. In fine style with the deep and dubby "Dance Et Cetera" showcasing his percussive chops. Bless up Boe!
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  1. Artefakt - "Curvature Of Mind" (7:42)
  2. Alan Backdrop - "Quaraman" (6:49)
  3. Ben Gibson - "Floating Shadows" (6:46)
  4. Tripsolate & Redundaent - "Akay" (9:50)
Review: Bari, Puglia based SUBOSC is helmed by producer Kaelan and presents four excursions through the more hypnotic and cerebral strains of techno. Berlin's Artefakt starts off on the A side with with the trance inducing reductionism of "Curvature Of Mind", while Italian Alan Backdrop returns after what seems like a long absence from the scene, but he's back in form on the exquisite sound design of "Quaraman". On the flip there's Kiwi Ben Gibson with the Millsian touch of "Floating Shadows" which will certainly draw you down into the abyss, while local duo Tripsolate & Redundaent offer up something a bit more different on the electro/dub techno crossover of "Akay" and as unusual as this hybrid must sound, it really works and is truly a highlight. Tip!
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Cat: NUT 983. Rel: 17 Feb 06
  1. Hot Dogg
  2. Money Banger
Review: Snoop's 'Drop It Like It's Hot', backed with MOP over Block Party style breaks.
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Gespielt von: Djp, Dj Twister
out of stock $6.24
Cat: GRM 006. Rel: 15 Jan 15
  1. The Fifth Book (original mix)
  2. Probability Drive (original mix)
  3. Seventh Dimension (original mix)
  4. Axel Nebulae (original mix)
Review: There's no doubt that ASOK - AKA Liverpool-based producer Stu Robinson - has been one of the success stories of 2014. Following knockout releases on M/O/S Deep and his Scenery imprint, he pops up on Good Ratio Music with two more far-sighted and fuzzy sci-fi-tinged jams. There's a delicious shuffle to "The Fifth Book" - all bubbling Motor City electronics and foreboding chords - while "Probability Drive" joins the dots between vintage techno and sparse, otherworldly deep house. Flip for two tracks from Barcelona-based Good Ratio regular Baldo, who impresses with the fizzing analogue rhythms, Larry heard chords and subtle acid of "Axel Nebulae". His other contribution, "Seventh Dimension", comes on like the soundtrack to a drunken late night jog through desolate, post-industrial landscapes.
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Serpants (12" promo)
Cat: LOAD 001. Rel: 19 Oct 06
Drum And Bass
  1. Assonance - "Serpants"
  2. Benny Beatz - "Narcotic"
Review: Finally we see the release on promo of Load's own label. We have launched this label cause we feel that there is so much untouched talent and we would like to see these artists having the chance to grow so we have launched Load records. The first release sees assonance from Manchester and Benny Beatz from Sheffield, this 12" is not to be missed!!!!!
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Cat: STRX 008. Rel: 18 Oct 07
  1. Atheus - "Deploy"
  2. Quantec - "Metamorphosed"
  3. Bvdub - "Alone In The Crowd"
  4. Remote - "Reveal"
Review: Styrax presents part 3 in the nice "In Loving Memory" series. There are four tracks by a new line of producers paying tribute to the sounds that made them spend so much time dancing.
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Angles (12")
Cat: TRESOR 296. Rel: 25 Jul 17
  1. Concave 1 (5:07)
  2. Concave 2 (9:41)
Review: Detroit godfather Juan Atkins and Berlin techno legend Moritz Von Oswald return as Borderland, one of several collaborations since 1992 and following up their 2016 album for Tresor: the Transport LP which again consolidated both respective artist's solid studio experience, honed over the last 30 years. The funky, slightly bumpin' and absolutely addictive hi-tech soul of "Concave 1" will have you grooving away on a late night dancefloor in Berlin or beyond with its evocative and life affirming vibes. On the flip "Concave 2" further explores their studio refined sequences on this heady and hypnotic journey full of woozy arpeggios, steely rhythms and dubby bass frequencies.
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Riod (12")
Cat: TRESOR 284. Rel: 24 Mar 16
  1. Riod (9:14)
  2. Riod (version) (8:50)
Review: Some of the less charitable critics out there referred to Juan Atkins and Mortiz Van Oswald's side-project as 'boredomland'. While the pair's debut album under this name was a largely sedate affair, on the evidence of this single, they will be opting for a more engaging approach for the follow-up. It's not hard to hear both producers' influence on "Riod"; Van Oswald's love of layered textures and hollowed out drums comes up against Atkins's vivid melodies and synths from outer space. On the alternate version they venture even farther down the dreamy route, with hypnotic chords guiding the way.
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out of stock $7.28
Cat: SPC 40. Rel: 13 Feb 07
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Audion - "I Gave You Away"
  2. Par Grindvik - "Casio"
  3. Bodycode - "Exciting Ride"
Review: Spectral's first instalment of the "Death Is Nothing To Fear" series mixes the established with the new and embraces the international status the label's roster has earned after seven years of diverse, consistent output. The a-side is dedicated to Audion. The 12-minute "I Gave You Away" is a blistering mix of sprightly bass kicks and bubbly keypad melodies. On the flip, newcomer Pär Grindvik steps up the pace with the addictive, playful "Casio", while Bodycode weighs in with "Exciting Ride", a cut characterized by the spooky keyboard lines and disembodied vocal samples. "Death Is Nothing To Fear" proves that techno is still the most innovative and exciting dance music in the world.
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out of stock $8.32
Cat: OPIA 001. Rel: 29 May 18
  1. Audri - "Cyclick" (6:04)
  2. Luis Malon - "ABE Security Systems" (6:43)
  3. Basement Space - "Electronic Orbit" (6:59)
  4. Antoine Sy - "Passion Vitesse" (5:48)
Review: Those with a keen interest in London's techno and electro scene may already be familiar with OPIA, a well-regarded party collective who have been running events in the city since the summer of 2016. The Elektropia EP marks the debut of their new offshoot label and gathers together a quartet of quality cuts from friends and like-minded souls around the world. Audri kicks things off with the simple but hugely effective sci-fi techno/deep house fusion of "Cyclick", before Luis Malon drops a hugely attractive and stargazing chunk of punchy dancefloor electro. Turn to the flipside for the deep, melodious and delicious electro/breakbeat fusion of Basement Space's "Electronic Orbit", not to mention the chunky, bass-heavy tech-house hustle of Antoine Sy's "Passion Vitesse".
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Demo 2 (hand-stamped heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SETR 003. Rel: 25 Nov 15
  1. Aufgang B - "Demo 2" (6:43)
  2. Benedikt Frey - "Drop The Funk" (4:23)
Review: A third release on the Serious Trouble label sees Benedikt Frey return to the fold and share sides with Aufgang B, a new project from Berlin-based producers Alexander Arpeggio (spAceLex) and Cid Hohner. It's the latter who take the lead, laying down a rugged midtempo cut of faltering machine funk which wouldn't sound out of place in a set from Lena Willikens. With a full debut pencilled in on Vienna label NeuBau, expect to hear more from Aufgang B over the coming months. Previous contributions to Serious Trouble from Frey have shown the German has a clear sense of humour and that's evident on "Drop The Funk" which comes across as a weed addled homage to Zapp.
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Edition 3 (limited numbered hand-stamped vinyl 12")
Cat: MLM 07. Rel: 20 Feb 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Autre & Xinner - "Nebula" (7:00)
  2. Autre - "Seiryu" (7:02)
  3. Kryptic Universe - "01309 Stairways" (9:04)
  4. Owen Jay & Brian James - "Chordless" (5:25)
Review: Given the success of the first two installments of the Editions series, it's little surprise to see XDB put together a third volume for his Metrolux imprint. He's assembled another crack team of international contributors, too. Autre and Xinner join forces on opener "Nebula", a fine combination of low-slung techno drums, restless electronics and deep space sonics. Autre goes solo to deliver the fluttering, late night hypnotism of "Seiryu", before Kryptic Universe steals the show with "01309 Stairways", a superb chunk of rolling intelligent techno that features an extended ambient intro. Owen Jay and Brian James round things off with the distorted drum machine hits and woozy riffs of "Chordless" (which, to be fair, is an accurate title).
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out of stock $10.16
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