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Winding Up EP (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: EPISODES 08. Rel: 05 Jun 17
Techno
  1. Looking Ahead (6:01)
  2. Lights Out (6:11)
  3. Cosmic Divide (6:29)
  4. Winding Up (6:43)
Review: Both Ike Release and John Barera have been buzzing in the underground community for some time now. Ike with releases on Mister Saturday Night, Finale Sessions, Skudge and MOS and John with releases on Argot, Just Jack and Zakim. Now they turn to Ike's Episodes imprint to supply more of their upfront and dancefloor ready cuts. Starting out on the A side with the new wave acid sensibilities of "Looking Ahead" and the ferocious retro jack of "Lights Out" which are sure to set the night on fire. On the flip, the neon lit aesthetic continues with "Cosmic Divide" and "Winding Up" respectively, which conjure the ghosts from those dusty analogue machines to stunning effect.
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Co Ops Vol 2 (heavyweight double 12" in screen-printed sleeve limited to 200 copies)
Cat: COUNTER 010. Rel: 07 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Boddika - "Broken Wave" (6:35)
  2. Yogg - "Close Enough" (7:25)
  3. Patrik Skoog - "Mind Control" (5:10)
  4. Distant Echoes - "Under The Influence" (7:30)
  5. BNJMN - "Red Tide" (6:41)
  6. Inland - "Fluxus" (7:15)
  7. Cassegrain & Tin Man - "Opal Stare" (5:37)
  8. Pharaoh & Yogg - "The Great Attractor" (8:26)
Review: Ed Davenport's Counterchange imprint is back with a label compilation that demonstrates a wide variety of techno derivatives by a stellar cast. From scene legends such as UK innovator Boddika (with his hypnotic and textural epic "Broken Wave)" and elder statesman Patrik Skoog with the functional, peak-time cyclicality of "Mind Control". For more heady and atmospheric flavours, they have you covered courtesy of Puglia's Distant Echoes on the utterly sublime "Under The Influence" while Acing Seas main men Cassegrain team up with the inimitable Tin Man on the heady acid epic "Opal Stare".The harder edged, dancefloor ready weapons are provided by label head honcho Davenport on the retro, bleep driven "Fluxus", while BNJMN's abrasive "Red Tide" hammers the message home on this true beast that reaches near tribal moments.
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Roll The Dice (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: S7S 006. Rel: 03 Oct 17
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Roll The Dice (3:44)
  2. Cane Sword (5:34)
Review: It's time to step into the Bristol shadows with Sector 7 once again as label co-runner Boofy invites Young Echo to the fray for two instrumental grime / dub hybrids. "Roll The Dice" pelvises with its dense subs and shimmering atmospheric textures while shattering trap snare roll and a mystic melody and skippy drum arrangement flicker in and out of the foreground. "Cane Sword" is a little more on the pure grime tip with some superb drum momentum, breathless atmospheres and cool samples that skid to a halt when you least expect them. Roll again...
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Mazatec EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AOP 004. Rel: 12 Nov 18
Techno
  1. BPMF - "Liza On Clouds" (6:20)
  2. Invisble Menders - "Three On Three" (9:10)
  3. Memphis - "Altered States" (7:03)
  4. Miro SundayMusiq - "From Behind The Corner" (8:39)
Review: Following an excellent EP from Memphis, Animals On Psychedelics returns with more weird and wonderful party fare from the outer reaches. This time it's a various artists release that brings together all the producers involved in the label so far, while also introducing BPMF to the fold with the woozy, rubbery synth shapes of "Liza On Clouds." Jane Fitz and Dom Ahtuam's Invisible Menders project presents the rolling, psyched out melodics of "Three On Three," while Memphis pushes further into experimental territory with the wonderfully fractured "Altered States." That leaves it to Miro SundayMusiq to complete the EP with the wave-meets-Italo tones of "From Behind The Corner," a perfectly noirish flourish to finish a sterling record.
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1 Out Of 2 (12" + free MP3 download code)
Cat: BEC 5161232. Rel: 19 Jul 12
Electro House
  1. One Out Of Two (Oliver remix)
  2. One Out Of Two (Sneak Dream dub)
  3. Programme
  4. One Out Of Two (Get A Room! remix)
Review: Ed Banger favourite and electro-synth-pop demi-god, Breakbot saw his "One Out Of Two" track remixed by a healthy squadron of electronic artist this year. First up it was Oliver, who painted a fascinating disco-not-disco portrait of the original. Sneak Dream went all ape shit on everyone, forming a solid and tenacious tech house groove with a thumping good kick! There's also the original of "Programe" included here, a summery pop track with subtle hints of electro; and finally, Get A Room plant a serious electro bomb, one that explodes and releases its ferocious synth on yo ass...!
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  1. Bruhaha Babelico - "Bruhaha II" (10:10)
  2. Individual Industry - "Eyes" (3:54)
Review: Music From Memory's first retrospective of obscure Brazilian electronic music, "Outro Tempo", was arguably one of the strongest compilations of 2017. There's a second volume on the way, with curator John Gomez this time focusing on music made between 1984 and '96. First, though, we get this taster EP featuring two previously cassette-only cuts. On the A-side you'll find Bruhaha Babelico's "Bruhaha II", a ghostly and mind-altering chunk of delay-laden new wave/industrial funk fusion full of fuzzy bass, echoing female vocals, dubbed-out electronics and psychedelic yelps. Turn to the flip and you're greeted by Individual Industry's off-kilter, outer-space synth-pop jam "Eyes". Like its predecessor, it's an unusual, intoxicating treat.
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  1. Crown Prince Of Waterford - "Getting Fingered On The Waltzers" (13:19)
  2. Island Times - "Together" (5:47)
  3. Umberto Lumber - "Between Those Sheets" (4:54)
Review: Chubby Irish groove hounds Fatty Fatty return with another sublime funk-stacked V/A three tracker. Local lad Crown Prince Of Waterford (not to be confused with the legendary blues singer) lays down a furiously funky jam about having fun at the fairground while fellow Emerald Isle strutter Island Times returns Fatty Fatty with a loose-limbed falsetto-loaded twanger. Finally, we fly off into the Italian sunset with a stunning slow jam from Umberto Lumber. A twinkling slo-mo chugger with serious cosmic tendencies, what a way to finish an EP.
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Cat: THY 003. Rel: 15 Feb 17
Deep House
  1. She Can't Love You (original mix) (6:37)
  2. She Can't Love You (Egyptian Lover mix) (6:28)
  3. Maxx E (6:38)
Review: Under the Danced Til Midnight alias, DJ Andy Anderson has always produced music that eschews easy categorization. His two previous 12" singles successfully blended elements of funk, soul, disco, hip-hop, house and Afrobeat. This madcap, all-that-counts-is-the-dancefloor feel is continued on "She Can't Love You", which laces Ijeoma's soulful, R&B style vocal over a backing track that variously doffs a cap to fuzzy funk, boogie, breakbeat and disco-house. Similar could be said about the more breakbeat-minded "Maxx E", which feels like a reworked instrumental dub of the title track. Speaking of reworks, the EPs's highlight is arguably Egyptian Lover's punchy electro remake of "She Can't Love You".
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  1. Dcee - "Suavecito" (6:00)
  2. Chicagodeep - "Blow Out" (6:31)
  3. DCook - "Comb Over" (6:37)
  4. Taelue - "Razor Line Up" (7:08)
  5. Hakim Murphy - "Finger Wave" (4:43)
  6. Obsolete Music Technology - "High Top Fade" (6:32)
  7. Specter - "Butters Whipped" (6:02)
  8. Isoke - "Soul Glo" (3:10)
  9. Damon Lamar - "Bermuda Triangle" (7:02)
  10. Chicago Skyway - "Edged Out" (6:04)
Review: Perpetual Rhythms is already well-regarded as a bastion of quality amongst contemporary Chicago house labels, and now they've downright sealed the deal with this mammoth compilation from a stellar cast of local cats. There's too many to all list in detail here, so focusing on the highlights, Dcee leads things in with the tumbling cosmic jazz leanings of "Suavecito," Hakim Murphy teases with a spacious and daring exploration in the liminal zone between ambient and house, and Obsolete Music Technology gets invigorating with the bouncy "High Top Fade." Those tracks alone are enough to deserve your hard earned, but there's reams of other excellent forward-facing Windy City jams to sink your teeth into.
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  1. Nu E Injoseala (N-am Carti De Credit) (3:43)
  2. I Love You Viata Mea (Lema) (4:40)
Review: By now Future Nuggets have surely been established as one of Romania's leading exponents of leftfield electronic oddities, and they don't disappoint on the surprising delights of this new 7" from Renato Din Sala and Ion Din Dorobanai. There's an Eastern lilt to the vocals and melodies on both tracks, but they're framed by some wonderfully quirky synth parts and budget drum machines. "Nu E Injoseala (N-am Carti De Credit)" in particular capitalises on cranky monosynth squelch and organ wails, while "I Love You Viata Mea (Lema)" takes a more energetic approach and works some Rhodes-like sounds into the mix.
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Cat: TIKITA 003. Rel: 08 Jun 16
Techno
  1. Dorisburg & Efraim Kent - "Bubblebad" (7:39)
  2. DJ Nobu - "Safari" (6:23)
  3. Iori - "Transparent" (7:39)
  4. Natural/Electronic System - "Emersione" (6:15)
Review: Tikita is a new label record label focused on body & mind music. Starting out with the deep and hypnotic tribalism of Dorisburg and Efraim Kent's "Bubblebad", Japanese legend DJ Nobu then starts trancing you out on the deep acid trip that is "Safari". On the flip we've got the Prologue affiliated Iori with "Transparent" which further explores his awe inspiring take on modern ambient music; absolutely lush this one is! Finally Neapolitan purveyors of trance induction Natural/Electronic System are back with "Emersione"; a slow burning and emotive journey with eerie pads, delayed drums and sonar blips just made for dropping out to!
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Dekmantel 10 Years 04 (heavyweight vinyl 12" in die cut sleeve) (1 per customer)
Cat: DKMNTL 10YEARS04. Rel: 26 Jun 17
Electro
  1. The Egyptian Lover - "This That Old School" (5:48)
  2. Syracuse & Epsilove - "Scubatomic Love" (4:35)
  3. Palms Trax - "Honey Lemongina" (4:45)
  4. Interstellar Funk - "EFX Harmonix" (6:43)
Review: For the fourth volume in their tenth anniversary series, Dekmantel has decided to go all-out electro. Wisely, they've recruited scene legend the Egyptian Lover to kick things off. His "This That Old Skool" is an unashamed romp through early '80s nostalgia, with the eccentric producer peppering a sturdy TR-808 beat pattern with exotic synth lines, "Tour De France"-style heavy breathing and raw vocoder vocals. Syracuse and Epsilove wrap their skittish electro beats in chiming melodies, trippy acid lines and dreamy vocal snatches ("Scubatomic Love"), while Palms Trax necks a fistful of anti-depressants and delivers the pure endorphin rush that is the melodious and spacey "Honey Lemongina". Finally, fast-rising producer Interstellar Funk offers up a lesson in melodious electro/techno fusion on the standout "EFX Harmonix".
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Default: Various Artists (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DFLT 001. Rel: 28 May 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Exander - "Confuso" (8:51)
  2. Rojid - "Susano" (10:24)
  3. Imbue - "Twotwentyeight" (7:40)
Review: The Default project graduates from event series to record label with a strong first installment that features a host of talented producers operating in the field of minimal and tech house. Exander leads the charge with the intricate, bubbling mechanics of "Confuso" before Rojid steps up with the wriggling percussive programming and processed vocal treatments of "Susano". Imbue stretches out over the B-side with the more melodic, subtly psychedelic sounds of "Twotwentyeight", which takes on an organic quality as it simmers away over a steady beat. The sharp focus on proper minimal techno here should appeal to all those craving fresh sounds from rising talents within the scene.
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Cat: TE 001. Rel: 16 Apr 18
Industrial/Noise
  1. Gruth & Ikola - "Severely Decomposed" (7:08)
  2. Gruth & KuJo - "Disgorged Viscera" (4:28)
  3. Gruth & Ikola - "Ke Jawenan Deserration" (6:45)
  4. Gruth & KuJo - "Futile Demise" (8:26)
Review: Gruth incorporates pitch black and aggressive textures into his sonic palette. Incorporating techno, ambient and industrial, but mainly rooted in the Nordic darkness of metal - this is the experimental music project of Juha Puupera. Drawing further influence from UK sound system culture and Italian 'Giallo' of the '70s, he's joined by homeboy Hannu Ikola (Subself/Ether) who is a techno DJ and producer on this EP. It features the grinding and guttural sludge techno deconstruction of "Severely Decomposed" and "Disgorged Viscera" on the A side. The pitch black techno of "Ke Jawenan Deserration" and the haunting dark ambient soundscape "Futile Demise" where Gruth is joined by Helsinki-based violinist and sound designer KuJo.
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Cat: LACR 013. Rel: 23 Oct 15
Techno
  1. Gene Hunt - "OW (Drum Beat)" (5:02)
  2. Wrecking Project - "S-Sonics" (3:46)
  3. Blacktail - "Now Muzik" (3:35)
  4. Innsyter - "Blimp Works" (6:09)
Review: Delroy Edward's LA Club Resource finally drops its next bombshell, this time a collaborative effort that includes three newcomers, possibly riding low-key under different aliases. Riding shotgun, you got Chicago legend Gene Hunt with the minimal and freaky vibes of "OW (Drum Beat)", a woman's scream darting in and out of the stripped-back groove, and the heavily filtered "S Sonics" by the mysterious Wrecking Project. Over on the flip of the wax plate you have Blacktail's old-school lick "Now Muzik", while "Blimp Works" by Innsyter is a pumping techno gunshot that goes dirty and heavy on the percussive rattle. Raw, dirty, and messed up from the start.
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Cat: V 006. Rel: 22 Mar 19
Electro
  1. Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass (XL remix) (9:14)
  2. Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass (instrumental remix) (6:39)
  3. Pong's Run (with Intergalactic Gary) (4:06)
Review: It's been 22 years since the release of I-F's razor-sharp Dutch electro anthem, "Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass". Given the upsurge in interest in electro of late, it's little surprise to see the man himself offering up this reissue, which is focused around two previously digital-only revisions that first landed back in 2010. Stretched out across the A-side is the brilliant - and undeniably mind-altering - "XL Remix", a nine-minute revision that gives greater prominence to the producer's twisted electronic riffs, industrial strength melodies and dusty drum machine percussion. This time round, it comes accompanied by both a vocoder-free Instrumental take and "Pong's Run", a lesser-known collaboration with Intergalactic Gary that's slow, spacey, out-there and thoroughly intoxicating.
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Rave Or Die 10 (gold vinyl 10")
Cat: ROD 10. Rel: 29 Mar 19
Techno
  1. I Hate Models - "Requiem Of Desolation" (9:39)
  2. Umwelt - "Requiem Of Haunted Warehouse" (6:39)
Review: Given a choice between raving or dying, almost all of us would grab a whistle, crack open a fresh pot of Vicks and head straight for the nearest warehouse. That's certainly the approach that would be taken by Rave or Die label boss Umwelt, whose releases continue to sound track messy nights out in fields and former factories the world over. His contribution to the label's tenth EP, "Requiem For A Haunted Warehouse", is fittingly titled: its spooky melody lines, unsettling low-end chords and bustling, house-tempo hardcore breakbeats could easily soundtrack an occult gathering of techno Ghostbusters. Fellow French producer I Hate Models takes a slightly different approach on the A-side, wrapping mutilated ice cream van chimes and intense acid lines around a thumping, kick-drum heavy rhythm track.
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Cat: PERLON 121. Rel: 27 Mar 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Logic Solution (6:16)
  2. Platinum Booth (3:31)
  3. Magic Tribulation (5:05)
  4. Android (5:34)
Review: With a history that stretches back to the turn-of-the-90s, Ivan Iacobucci is one of the Italian scene's most storied producers. He's released on all manner of acclaimed imprints over the years - UMM, Calypso Records, Holic Trax and Nite Grooves included - and here makes his bow on another, Berlin staple Perlon. There's plenty of subtle variety across the EP, with Iacobucci leisurely strolling between funk-fuelled lo-fi tech-house (the spacey "Logic Solution"), high-tempo, Autechre-inspired IDM-funk ("Platinum Booth"), wonky, Villalobos-style early morning insanity (the bonkers but brilliant "Magic Tribulation") and analogue-rich, off-kilter tech-house ("Android").
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Adidas People (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BLIQ 17. Rel: 15 Jan 18
Techno
  1. Singers
  2. Evil Flower
  3. Adidas People
  4. Hackney Tower
Review: Bliq Records fire up the coffers for 2018 with a new jam from Iakovos, otherwise known as Lowjac and spotted in groups such as Anopolis and Deemonlover. He's a regular on Bliq, and steps up under his own name with seriously on-point club tackle for those who like their hybrid sounds. "Singers" straps some breakbeat choppage to a mellow deep techno stomp, while "Evil Flower" unfurls in a fit of edgy electro before "Adidas People" cools things down with a focused trip into straight up psych-out techno. "Hackney Tower" finishes the EP off on a wonderfully creepy tip, all skin-crawling acidic gurgles and unsettling voices to inspire paranoid glances in the club.
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Megla (12")
Cat: KIVTR 003. Rel: 29 Aug 18
Deep House
  1. Megla (5:53)
  2. Yassa (6:40)
  3. Planica (6:05)
  4. Veter (4:53)
Review: A decade after he made his debut on Hooj Choons' deep house offshoot Airtight, Ichisan continues to deliver sporadic releases of the highest quality. The Slovenian is on top form on "Megla", a four-track missive that marks his debut on the fast-rising Kanto label. He eases us in gently with the title track, a wonky but rolling affair built around dub disco bass, fluid electric piano solos and heady Hawaiian guitar flourishes, before reaching for the synthesizers on the bustling cosmic disco cheeriness of "Yassa". The fun continues on the flip, first via the ever rising, sun-bright synthesizer arpeggio lines and wavy atmosphere of Balearic disco workout "Planica", then via the Jonny Nash guitar siolos and dewy-eyed sunrise vibes of "Veter", which could be the EP's standout moment.
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Cat: ENTROPY 002. Rel: 12 Jun 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Icicle & Proxima - "Outer Planes" (feat Ben Verse) (4:38)
  2. Icicle - "Dust Me Off" (4:32)
  3. Proxima - "Retrace" (4:33)
  4. Icicle & Proxima - "Deep Dreaming" (4:12)
Review: Icy's Entropy imprint hits its second outing and he's brought along his equally talented and uncompromising cousin Proxima for the ride. "Outer Planes" (with ex Pendulum MC Ben Verse) kickstarts the adventure with grainy, scratchy bass while Icy goes solo for "Dust Me Off" with a lolloping, technoid hypnosis jam and Proxima gets squelchy and savage on "Retrace". "Deep Dreaming" maintains balance with a final colab between the two... And it does so with serious wind tunnel harmonic drama. Feel the burn.
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Cat: PH 45010. Rel: 19 Jan 17
Jazz
  1. Tinoge Ya Ta'a Ba (part 1) (3:27)
  2. Tinoge Ya Ta'a Ba (part 2) (2:45)
Review: Following their surprise reunion and Strut-release album We Be All Africans last year, Idris and The Pyramids return... This time on Max Weissenfeldt's Philophon imprint. Laying down a spiritual arrangement so frenetic and full of its own life it takes up two parts, Idris's sax plays duet with Philophon's own vocalist Guy One. Gutsy, raw and full of surprises, it's another out-of-body experience from the longstanding jazz troupe.
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Cat: NSWL 021. Rel: 06 Mar 19
Bass
  1. Into U (vocal) (4:58)
  2. Into U (instrumental) (4:58)
Review: Grande designs from Ikonika as she unleashes her long coveted bootleg of Ariana's massive "Into U". Built around an industrial-strength 80s style track that Madonna would have swapped her full holiday entitlement for, it's less of a bootleg and more of a complete revision as the vocals cut through the mix and wrap around each element like they were meant to be. Your crowd don't want the full vox treatment? Flip for the equally sharp instrumental.
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Cat: FTR 1007. Rel: 26 Apr 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Carnevale Da Buttare (4:22)
  2. Carnevale Da Buttare (Strumentale version) (6:59)
Review: By the time they released "Carnevale Da Buttare" in 1980, Italian combo Il Giardino dei Semplici were veritable veterans. While much of the band's earlier output took a very dewy-eyed, chanson-inspired approach to European pop, "Carnevale Da Buttare" was an altogether slicker, warmer proposition, with the band opting for a sound that sat somewhere between soft rock, blue-eyed soul and synth-pop. This reissue 12" - the first time the song has appeared on the format, allowing for a much louder cut - pairs the original vocal mix with a fantastic new instrumental rework by Naples-based producer Raffaele 'Whodamanny' Arcella, who's also the son of the group's keyboardist and founding member Andrea Arcella. His take makes a lot more use of the band's original synthesizers, adding some funky touches here and there to give the whole track a much more electrofunk flavour.
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The One (12")
Cat: TOOL 758. Rel: 17 Jul 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The One (5:56)
  2. Shout (5:44)
Review: Illyus & Barrientos are the rising Scottish tech-house duo that are staples of top labels DFTD and Glasgow Underground, and who had a breakthrough year in 2018. They kick start this year with a future anthem on the label they now call home: Toolroom. There is a couple of worthy new bangers here: from the exhilarating funky house explosion of "The One" and its infectious disco loops, to the fierce tech-house stomp of "Shout" named after the pitched-up diva vocals throughout - that will no doubt whip the crowd into a frenzy. This in combination with a tough rolling, bass-driven groove that is aimed squarely at peak time dancefloors in the main room and it's a hit prediction right here! Expect to be hearing it a lot in 2019 for sure.
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Cat: LAGAFFE 005. Rel: 28 Mar 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Take You To Love (10:49)
  2. Miracles (14:05)
Review: Icelandic producer Olafur Breidfjord has enjoyed a stop-start career as Ilo, delivering a well-regarded debut album in 2001 before disappearing from view for 15 years. Happily, he's been on fire since returning to action in 2016 and here follows up fine outings on Rebirth and Foto with a fresh EP for Lagaffe Tales. A-side "Take You To Love" is something of an epic, with Breidfjord working a deliciously deep and woozy, sub-bass heavy groove for six minutes before beefing up the beats, throwing his hands in the air and dancing maniacally towards a breathless climax. Astonishingly, flipside "Miracles" is even longer, with the talented Icelander stretching out a fluttering, dreamy, string-drenched deep house workout over 14 mesmerizing minutes.
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Untitled (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FOTOX 002. Rel: 02 Jul 18
Deep House
  1. ILO - "Everybody" (9:02)
  2. OOFT! - "Howard's Way" (7:09)
Review: Glasgow's Ooft! continues the FOTO-X series on his label with a sure shot 12" that presents two tracks sure to nestle their way into all manner of on-point record bags for many moons to come. First up is iLO who plays the long game with a yearning and burning slice of deep house that starts out stripped and subtle before blossoming into a fully-fledged vocal delight. Ooft! takes care of the B-side with a boogie-tasting get down entitled "Howard's Way" which will get heads nodding and bodies popping to a bassline that calls to mind Evelyn King's much loved "I'm In Love" low end destroyer.
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Out Of The Blue (reissue) (limited hand-numbered 12" with obi-strip)
Cat: MAR 011. Rel: 22 May 19
Funk
  1. Just Another Love Song (6:01)
  2. Somebody's Love (6:44)
  3. Byrd's House (6:11)
  4. Friendship Cover Charge (5:38)
Review: The colourful obi strip astride the cover of this audiophile reissue boasts that Imani's "Out of The Blue" album is "the ultimate private press jazz holy grail". While that claim is debatable, copies of the Gilles Peterson championed 1983 edition, which the San Francisco based band pressed up themselves, have been known to change hands for four-figure sums. Musically, the four tracks are breezy, sunny and summery. Opener "Just Another Love Song" sets the tone, with soulful group vocals and jazz solos rising above a warm groove, while "Somebody's Love" is a slow jam smothered in spacey synthesizers. "Byrd's House" is a jazz-funk dancefloor number - this time blessed with extended, eyes-closed guitar and piano solos - while "Friendship Cover Charge" is a stomping peak-time workout that should send dancers spinning.
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Cat: BD 02. Rel: 18 Oct 17
Electro
  1. Insomnia (6:33)
  2. Welcome To Scientology (6:52)
  3. After Orgie (5:41)
  4. Untitled 6 (7:37)
  5. Untitled 2 (10:21)
Review: If you're in the market for an otherworldly trip into deep space, this quietly impressive debut from I.M.J.U.S could just be the ticket. Taking the sparse and spacey feel of Drexciyan electro as its' base, the EP saunters between discordant, out-there ambient ("Insomnia"), hypnotic deep techno ("Welcome to Scientology"), wild alien funk masquerading as body-jacking techno ("After Orgie"), slow and slugy, industrial-influenced sleaze ("Untitled 6") and viciously pitched-up madness with added old school bleeps. It's a mixture that makes perfect sonic sense but also remains thrillingly surprising even after multiple listens. Certainly, we'd recommend it to those who like their electronic music tough, out-there and eccentric.
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Rain Over Orion (12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: THR 008. Rel: 07 Sep 15
Electro
  1. Rain Over Orion (9:30)
  2. Rain Over Orion (Boris Divider remix) (6:07)
  3. Rain Over Orion (Brain Machine remix) (6:39)
Review: Spanish electronic music sculptor IMP comes through with his second release to date, and it's on the Titan's Halo label, an imprint reserved strictly for the moodiest of electronica experimentations. "Rain Over Orion" would be the perfect companion to an 80's Manga flick, where distant melodic sequences flutter among watery atmospherics and meditative pads; the remix jobs come from Boris Divider, who chucks in a half-time beat and a flurry of machine-like noises, and Brain Machine who delivers the techno makeover in fine style.
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Cat: DE 074. Rel: 08 Sep 14
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Holland Tunnel Dive
  2. On B'Way
Review: Ah, a real gem of the NYC No Wave era is the focus of Dark Entries attentions here as the stunning Holland Tunnel Dive by ImpLOG is given a more than timely reissue. For the uninitiated out there, ImpLOG were formed by The Contortions band members Don Christensen and Jody Harris under the name ImpLOG, after the former left the iconic No Wave act in 1979, and released just the two records together. The story goes that Christensen's recorded experiments with found sounds, and an array of instruments such as a Univox drum machine and Casio keyboards impressed Lust/Unlust Records founder Charles Ball sufficiently enough to issue two tracks from the submitted demo tape as the Holland Tunnel Dive 12? in 1980. It's remained a highly prized record ever since and this lovingly recreated edition from Dark Entries is a must!
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Ad Astra (12")
Cat: CRISIS 001. Rel: 18 Jul 18
Electro
  1. Tempel 1 (3:01)
  2. Ad Astra (6:05)
  3. Motor City Dreams (5:17)
  4. Alpha Hertz (5:58)
  5. Density Waves (5:24)
Review: Hungarian producer Imre Kiss inaugurates his new Crisis imprint after several acclaimed releases for top labels such as Lobster Theremin, Mork and Farbwechsel in the last few years. The tracks presented here on the Ad Astra EP are in collaboration with homeboy Norwell (Pinkman/Beachcoma/New Flesh) who have a mutual sonic interest: sci-fi narratives and analogue dedication - combined to reinterpret and evolve the blueprint of electro that it draws influence from. There are expressions in brooding, gothic/noir-ish electro like the title track and "Density Waves", while "Motor City Dreams" or "Alpha Hertz" go for typically bass heavy and dystopian themes from a 313 state of mind.
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Gespielt von: Dmitry Distant
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La Piscine (limited coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: MW 041. Rel: 07 Aug 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. La Piscine (14:13)
  2. Calling Somewhere (14:52)
Review: Fans of mechanical techno-not-techno sounds will be all over Minimal Wave's latest transmission from 80s French underground heroes In Aeternam Vale. Having reissued several essential lost works from the outfit last year, most notably the proto-Sandwell sound of "Highway Dark Veins", Veronica Vasicka delivers another two tracks from the vault. Stylistically mirroring that previous two track release the title track is an equally brilliant synth-techno beast which could easily pass for a Function track today, while B-side "Calling Somewhere" sounds like a cold wave version of proto-halfstep. Needless to say, the fact that these tracks are 22 years old literally left us speechless.
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Je Ai Dissous (limited 160 gram coloured vinyl 12" gloss printed sleeve)
Cat: MW 063. Rel: 15 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Je Ai Dissous (6:34)
  2. Je Ai Dissous (Page R version) (7:37)
  3. Tendencia (About Blank version) (5:40)
  4. Tendencia (v6) (6:13)
Review: Fresh from releasing the superb Pink Flamingos album on Dement3d, In Aternam Vale returns to Minimal Wave. This time round, he's not alone. Each of the tracks features the breathy, stylish vocals of Madrid-based Belarusian, Anneq. Her sleazy, whispered refrain is the headline attraction on the throbbing, industrial pop-meets-techno hustle of "Je Ai Dissous", while she also chats seductively over the undulating arpeggio lines, restless drums and dystopian atmospheres of "Tendencia (About Blank Version"). The ambient-leaning "V6" take of that cut is also hugely inspiring, while the Page R version of "Je Ai Dissous" is a dark, atmospheric and intoxicating celebration of legendary '80s "computer musical instrument", the Fairlight CMI.
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Skematic Tracks 2 (12" + poster)
Cat: CRE 040. Rel: 30 Aug 12
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Hannya (6:18)
  2. Magojiro (6:07)
Review: Over the course of a long release history Swiss duo In Flagranti have been seemingly quite happy to follow their creative urges, endlessly recycling their stylistic approach regardless of whether the results garner commercial and critical acclaim. This is very much evident on Skematic Tracks Vol. 2, with lead track "Hannya" discarding with their more recent heavily edited and smutty punk funk strut in favour of an understated and quite moody, reverb laden dub techno approach whose off the grid rhythmic base bears similarities to the recent Body Music EP from Powell. The equally unusually named "Magojiro" will probably find more favour with In Flagranti fans, a house jam that crams in plenty of disco infused funk, though like many tracks from the duo it plays out like one long tease. A rather large and unusually SFW poster is included.
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Cat: NAAR 010. Rel: 29 Jan 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Vizitoz (Lauer remix) (6:29)
  2. Vizitoz (6:50)
  3. Plus One (6:43)
  4. Vizitoz (Lizards remix) (5:52)
Review: The Not An Animal crew follows up excellent releases from Man Power, James Hadfield and Ian Blevins last year with this 12" of soaring 80s-inflected dancefloor boogie In:State & Giuli. It's actually a dreamy remix of "Vizitoz" from Lauer that opens up the 12" before the pulsing, wavey throb of the original kicks in. "Plus One" on the B side chops up the beat a little, but the same fulsome synth lines shape out the track. That leaves it to Lizards to wrap the record up with their own version of "Vizitoz", bringing a motorik thrum to the track that should nudge it into the bags of all manner of DJs from the cosmic warm-up crew to the EBM-favouring techno peak timers.
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Gespielt von: Neil Diablo, Man Power
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The Riot (7")
Cat: MRB 7077. Rel: 24 Nov 11
Funk
  1. The Riot
  2. Ohkey Dokey (part 2)
Review: The Incredible Bongo Band were a loose studio collective interpreting classics of the day in their own inimitable percussive fashion .They are of course most famous for their ultimate b-boy classic version of "Apache". This particular 7" however features two Incredible Bongo Band cuts that have not previously featured on any albums. "The Riot" is a frenetic drum workout and has been championed by the likes of the Chemical Brothers. "Ohkey Dokey (Part 2)" takes on a somewhat more subdued hue in comparison, but has some dope funky clavinet in the mix. Well worth checking.
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Reaching The Source (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: HORO 009. Rel: 30 Apr 13
Drum And Bass
  1. Reaching The Source (feat Poppy Roberts)
  2. Trthys
  3. Talia
Review: Samurai's highly collectable Red Seal series continues with a mission to Manchester. Home to key players such as Skittles, Dub Phizix and DRS, the 'Mani' scene just keeps on giving. This three track 12" is a perfect example, as we find fellow native Indigo joining the dots between three genres with ease and engaging production skill. "Reaching The Source" is a blissed out Autonomic workout that's ideal for both headphones or early doors, "Trthys" is a much slower, sludgy bass 4/4 workout that sits somewhere between Dirtybird and Wookie while "Talia" ends us on a soft, soulful note. A lullaby on marbled vinyl: does life get much better than this?
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Cat: ASSR 004. Rel: 14 Jun 17
Techno
  1. Motion (feat Martina Cahill) (8:17)
  2. +2@3/-2@6 (2:53)
  3. Skeletal Warmth (4:54)
  4. Sensible Threshold (5:18)
  5. Word Trkmrk (1:47)
Review: warehouse find on this classic Canadian label.
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Party Man (7")
Cat: ATH 064. Rel: 14 Jun 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Party Man (3:41)
  2. Put Everything In Place (4:00)
Review: The second of two AOTN Infinity 45s, AOTN dish out another superb reissue from the late 70s US seven-piece. Serious funk soul once again; "Party Man" lives up to its name with a thumping groove, slinky slap bass licks and big call and response vocals. Instant feels. "Put Everything In Place" is a little more restrained but still very much party minded with its absurdly lavish bass walks, jaunty piano and delicious Faze-O style falsettos. To Infinity and beyond!
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Kat
Cat: KAT 038. Rel: 01 Nov 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Oh Mon Amour (6:04)
  2. Weekend Mouille (5:42)
  3. Ecoute Mon Coeur (5:40)
  4. Soul Ma Coco (5:49)
Review: Dr Love is a veteran tastemaker and vinyl junkie on the Montreal scene, while Laura Ingalls is a wandering French person of no specific sex that has recently landed in the French Canadian city. They both bonded over their love of anything disco and poutine: the main local dish which consists of potato, cheese curds and gravy. Dr Love likes to dig, but doesn't really produce while Laura Ingalls is not the most efficient digger and only seems to unearth old Folk and obscure Arabic music for their personal collection - but has serious production skills. On "Oh Mon Amour" they sample a very hard to find classic from the famous Parisian disco Le Palace in the early 80's: when it was released while "Weekend Mouille" is an odd jazz disco thing from the mid 70's. On the flip, "Soul Ma Coco" is said to be a cover of a certain Manu Dibango track. This version kept the melody and changed the lyrics slightly.
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Commerce (12" + insert)
Cat: DE 213. Rel: 25 Jun 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Alles (4:32)
  2. Language (4:45)
  3. Schwarz (4:00)
  4. Commerce (4:59)
Review: San Francisco trio INHALT burst onto the scene back at the turn of the decade, going on to release a trio of well-regarded EPs on [Emotional] Especial and Dark Entries. Here they return to the latter label with their first 12" for almost four years. As usual, their music is stylish, dark and clandestine, with wild-eyed German vocals riding brooding, John Carpenter-influenced arpeggio lines, creepy chords and bustling drum machine grooves. Our pick of the bunch is probably the up-tempo, triple time hustle of "Commerce", though the more polished and atmospheric opener "Alles" and EBM-minded bubbler "Schwarz" are also mighty fine.
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Wirikuta (feat Dreems remix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: C 003. Rel: 26 Mar 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Wirikuta
  2. Marakame
  3. Maxa
  4. Wirikuta (Dreems remix)
Review: A lot of Inigo Vontier's early material was confined to the digital realm, but now the Mexican DJ and producer is starting to get recognition on wax for his heady brew of old methods and a taste for the freakier end of the party spectrum. This 12" for Mexican label Calypso leads in with the strangely unsettling but strident "Wirikuta," before the snappy surge of tightly wound tech variation "Marakame" comes leaping into ear shot. "Maxa" marks out its own unique space with a heavy broken beat excursion, leaving it to Dreems to ruminate on "Wirikuta" for a closing remix.
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Cat: CULTED 002. Rel: 20 Jun 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Inigo Vontier - "Cha Cha Cha" (6:47)
  2. Pietnev - "Nathan" (5:52)
  3. Dreem Lion - "Acid Se Con Do" (6:23)
  4. Alex Le Fan - "Mambo Jambo" (4:34)
Review: Less than three months have passed since the first volume in the Cult Edits series arrived in stores, but already the Multi-Culti crew has rustled up another quartet of weird and wonderful reworks. We're particularly enjoying the bizarre chanted vocals and druggy electrofunk flex of Inigo Vontier's brilliantly madcap "Cha Cha Cha", though the dense, post-punk Afro-tribal romp that is Dreem Lion's "Acid Se Con Do" is also superb. If percussion-laden heaviness is your thing, be sure to check Alex Le Tan's rework, which brilliantly breathes new life into a chant-tastic chunk of carnival ready drum circle insanity.
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Cat: LM 034. Rel: 15 Jul 16
Bass
  1. New Day Theme (2:29)
  2. Chores (2:48)
  3. Tales From The Quick (3:15)
  4. Sorry (2:51)
  5. Simmer (3:16)
  6. Ghost World (3:48)
Review: Given his recent form, it was probably only a matter of time before fast-rising Glaswegian Inkke made an appearance on LuckyMe. Variously informed by grime, heavy Memphis rap, Rustie and Hudson Mohawke, Inkke's productions slip effortlessly into the LuckyMe catalogue. There's much to admire amongst the six tracks that make up Secret Palace, including a pair of robust club instrumentals - "Chores" and "Simmer" - which have long been staples in the sets of Skepta and D Double E. Our pick, though, has to be heavyweight grime roller "Tales From The Quick", which peppers a weighty sub-bass line and machine-gun percussion with woozy synthesizer lines.
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Shake (limited 12")
Cat: HRV 01. Rel: 03 Apr 17
Deep House
  1. Shake (5:45)
  2. Shake (Bohemia remix) (6:40)
  3. Shake (Ben A remix) (6:21)
  4. Last Nite (Mike Millrain mix) (6:21)
  5. Last Nite (6:04)
Review: Andy Riley and Laurence Ritchie return with something a little slower and more broken that we'd usually expect: "Shake" lives up to its name with sultry broken drums, a bulging warm bassline and all-round sense of midtempo sexiness while "Last Nite" spices up the punch a little with more of a shuffling jack, vocal loopery and just the right smidgeon of acid. Remixes come from Ben A (starlit deep house), Bohemia (stately jacks) and Mike Millrain (cosmic synths that wouldn't have gone amiss in Chicago 1989) Shake shake the room...
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Light Chasers EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: POL 007. Rel: 29 Jul 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Breakup (6:58)
  2. No Light Without D (4:57)
  3. Pause & Stop (5:40)
  4. Why Don't You Let Go (7:06)
Review: Recently celebrating their third year in business at Berlin's infamous Club der Visionaere, Romanian imprint Polen are back with this new EP by Inner aka Cristian Ghiban, with some more and deeply emotive minimalism. On the A side there's "Breakup" with its high fidelity sound fuelled by a clean, broken beat with soulful pads and processed vocal samples while "No Light Without D" gets properly deep and ethereal . On the flip we've got "Pause & Stop" which is probably the most energetic cut on here; this highly engineered micro-house cut ticks all the right boxes. Finally "Why Don't You Let Go" is the kind of reduced mini-funk that gives a nod to the likes of Seuil or Robin Ordell.
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Absolute Zero (1-sided 12")
Cat: INFRALTD 001. Rel: 09 Jul 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Absolute Zero (5:08)
Review: Pow: another ageless dub from J Majik's personal vaults, "Absolute Zero" was one of the many unreleased space expeditions under Jamie Spratling's Innervisions alter ego. Composed around 94/5 and galvanised with incredible drums that stand up to (and beyond) today's production standards, this one track damager lives in its own atmosphere. Unapologetic, evocative and colder than a night with the ex on Pluto. Visionary.
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Magnetic Healing EP (9 track 12" + insert)
Cat: CYN 002. Rel: 10 Sep 18
Industrial/Noise
  1. Desintegrado (3:47)
  2. Bries (3:40)
  3. Risadinha (3:00)
  4. Local Fantasy (2:35)
  5. In The Spell (3:48)
  6. Global Boring (3:05)
  7. Superficial Love (2:08)
  8. Modus Operandi IV (2:57)
  9. Forest Shaman (2:03)
Review: LA Club Resource's Innsyter helps carry Contort Yourself into this new realm of dedicated solo releases from contemporary artists (their previous form was to split releases between archival and new tracks). The snarling, industrial palette is much the same, and the years of origin are as ambiguous here as they've ever been on the label, making Innsyter the perfect addition to the catalogue. From acid-dipped synth pop to nightmarish wave contortions, this record is certainly not for the faint of heart, but if you already love the dark and deadly world of Contort Yourself then this brilliantly-realised, consistently inventive record can't fail to hit the spot.
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Kime Ne: Versions 1+2 (12" + 1-sided etched vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: HJP 076. Rel: 11 Mar 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Kime Ne (23:54)
  2. Kime Ne (Ricardo Villalobos version 1) (16:34)
  3. Kime Ne (Ricardo Villalobos version 2) (16:04)
Review: Using the Turkish psychedelic project Insanlar as a jump off point, Honest Jon's have enlisted Ricardo Villalobos to turn out one of his grandiose remix projects that gels so naturally with more exotic sound sources. The original of "Kime Ne" is already an enchanting, Moog-infused groover rich with traditional vocals, and then Mr Villalobos locks the ingredients in for a typically cosmic ride into stripped and hypnotic house territory, letting the lutes intertwine with dusty reams of percussion using that alchemists touch that could only come the man himself. The remix spreads itself over two sides of wax, leaving one side of the double pack free for a fetching etching as well.
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