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Singles
Cat: STILLATON 3. Rel: 05 Feb 19
Techno
  1. Call From The Tower (3:19)
  2. A Sunspot (5:55)
  3. Tempest Of Joy (5:19)
  4. Legs Of The Fly (6:23)
  5. Tarmar (7:21)
Review: Sometime Northern Electronics contributor Acronym made his first outing on Stockholm stable Stilla Ton back in June 2018, in the process serving up a trio of trance-inducing techno tracks. Here he returns to the imprint with an EP produced in collaboration with fast-rising female and occasional studio buddy Kali Malone. What's on offer is an intriguing blend of soundscapes and club cuts, with off-kilter ambient cuts such as "Call From The Tower" and closer "Tarmar" coming accompanied by poignant, sunrise-ready modular techno cuts such as the dancefloor-ready "A Sunspot". There are dark, trippy cuts, too (see the throbbing "Tempest Of Joy" and the buzzing thrust of "Legs Of The Fly"), resulting in a versatile and well-judged collection of cuts.
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Cat: GAMM 127. Rel: 16 Jan 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Trouble In My Way (Afshin & Kiss My Black Jazz edit) (7:42)
  2. The Riot (Afshin & Kiss My Black Jazz edit) (6:00)
Review: Something a little different from G.A.M.M here, as Parisian DJ Afshin joins forces with the mysterious Kiss My Black Jazz to offer up two incendiary edits. The real surprise killer is A-side "Trouble In My Way", which subtly turns a blues-era recording of a traditional slave sing-along into a handclap-heavy chunk of infectious gospel-house brilliance. It takes a little time to build up, but when the heavier beats drop midway through you'll have dancers eating out of the palm of your hand. Flipside "The Riot" sees them make merry with a Hammond-heavy chunk of 1960s jazz-funk, extending and reworking the cut to make it suitably sweaty, heavy and life affirming.
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Jesuino Galo Doido (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: GAMM 129. Rel: 10 Dec 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Jesuino Galo Doido (Afshin & Black Jazz edit)
  2. Make It Reggae (Afshin & Black Jazz edit)
Review: Earlier in the month, Parisian producer Afshin joined forces with Kiss My Black Jazz and served up a brilliant, two-track missive of jazz-funk and blues-house reworks on G.A.M.M. Here they reunite for round two. This time round, they begin by reworking a shuffling, chant-along Afro-Brazilian gem of unknown origin, extending the carnival-ready percussive intro before unleashing the shuffling, sun-kissed samba rhythm and some of the sweetest vocals this side of a sing-along in a chocolate factory. Over on side B they give a similar tune to a killer chunk of reggae-funk fusion rich in warm dub bass, bongo-laden beats, bluesy guitar solos, fuzzy horns and James Brown style guttural vocals.
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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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Time Horizon 2 (12" + hand-numbered insert limited to 250 copies)
Cat: XTIME 002. Rel: 25 Mar 19
Techno
  1. Andrea - "MT" (6:14)
  2. Anybody Anytime - "Uncomfortable" (live mix) (4:26)
  3. The Sympathizer - "Bad Dope" (3:59)
  4. Farron - "Cosmic Lies" (6:53)
  5. Kreggo - "La Mia Giungla" (4:44)
Review: Time Horizon's second episode enlists another team of dancefloor snipers delivering 5 brain-dancing tunes crafted appositively for late night use. After his appearance on the first XCPT record, Andrea is back on the label with his unmistakable shuffling drums and a heavy square bassline followed by Anybody Anytime covering the uptempo-zone with a rotative junglistic tool dressed with celestial pads; closing the A side TANS reveals his new robot alias The Sympathizer providing a neurotic electro progression fully based on his modular system. Flipping the records you will find two XCPT homies bringing the audience straight into Matera landscapes: Farron gets a 909 unceasing toms orchestra surrounded by his atmospheric leads while Kreggo illustrates clearly his hypnotic mid-low vision of breakbeat locked by a mystic bass for the whole track.
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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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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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10 Yrs Rmx EP1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: JR 009.1. Rel: 20 May 19
Techno
  1. Blackhall & Bookless - "Spirit" (Inland remix) (7:16)
  2. Hiver - "Itria" (Jonas Kopp remix) (5:46)
  3. Kaelan - "Meandering Rivers" (Jasper Wolff & Maarten Mittendorff remix) (5:30)
  4. Stojche - "The Exchange" (Gian Hydrocity Refix) (5:40)
Review: Blackhall & Bookless have been pursuing a fantastic strain of house and techno via their Jaunt label for many moons now. They're back and celebrating 10 years with a series of fantastic remixes that highlight the scope of their artistic vision, and that of those close to them. Inland leads in with an oceans deep version of the label bosses' "Spirit", which is smartly followed up by Jonas Kopp's equally submersive take on Hiver's "Itria". Jasper Wolff and Maarten Mittendorff lets the swooning "Meandering Rivers" by Kaelan burst its banks and fill out an expansive landscape, while Stojche pings Gian's "The Exchange" out into an electro-speckled cosmos.
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Cat: BAC 001. Rel: 17 Apr 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Goin' To See My Baby (6:03)
  2. Backstrokin' (5:58)
Review: First up on the freshly minted Bacalao imprint is Bosq, a Ubiquity Records contributor renowned for his blends of funk, soul and sweaty South American music. While the heavy horns featured on this release were recorded in Bogota, the producer's usual Colombian flavour takes a back seat as he joins forces with Kaleta to deliver two covers of Fatback Band classics. First up is "Goin' To See My Baby", which is re-imagined as a fuzzy funk workout rich in rasping horns, tropical guitar flourishes and woodblock-driven Latin disco percussion. Arguably even better is the duo's cover of "Backstrokin'", which is given a Barrio-funk flavour complete with prominent bass, heavy-hitting horn motifs and excitable lead vocals.
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Banana Stand Sound 007 (hand-numbered 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: BS 007. Rel: 17 Sep 18
Deep Dubstep
  1. Chad Dubz - "Pricks" (3:47)
  2. Karnage & Dayzero - "No One" (3:45)
  3. Guesswerk - "Persian Dub" (4:55)
Review: The cavendish crusaders are at it again. And this time they're rolling out the barrels with full V/A power. Chad Dubz opens with the provocatively titled "Pricks", all sludgy, swampy and twisted while Karnage & Dayzero up the energy with a dramatic symphonic loopy nod to the far east on "No One" while Guesswerk close the show with the long awaited "Persian Dub". On dub for a good couple of years, this gravel throated swinger has been doing the business for a select amount of DJs for some time. Now it's finally yours. From Bristol with fruit. Tuck in and be quick about it.
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Cat: SNDW 7021. Rel: 14 Jun 16
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Nobody Wants To (3:09)
  2. Nobody Wants To (instrumental) (3:10)
Review: Bouncing his time between Antibalas and his Marcos Garcia and Chico Mann projects, Chico returns after several years of silence with a sweet slice of lolloping broken soul. With its soft padded synths and cotton wool hug of Kendra Morris's vocals, there's a delicate tumble to proceedings as we nod and slide into a sound that's remained in its own soul universe since emerging almost 20 years ago. When done as well and with as much authenticity as this, it's timeless.
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Ramm200 (trifold triple 12" (side 6 etched))
Ram
Cat: RAMM 200. Rel: 15 Feb 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Culture Shock - "Piano Dark" (original dub) (5:59)
  2. Mind Vortex - "Future Fold" (4:56)
  3. June Miller - "Robots & Romans" (audio remix) (5:53)
  4. Kryptic Minds - "The Truth" (Insideinfo remix) (5:54)
  5. Rene Lavice - "The Calling VIP" (4:53)
Review: Andy C's mega-label Ram celebrates the big 200 in style: triple vinyl in trifold sleeve with etched sixth side, each of the five cuts represent Ram's dark, start extremes. The touching depths of Culture Shock's long-awaited "Piano Dark", the Noisia-level antics of Audio on his June Miller, InsideInfo's deep throat bass on "The Truth" and the add bass fluctuations on Rene's VIP. 200 singles deep and still killing it, Ram have put together a serious package here.
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Cat: ELL 043. Rel: 21 Mar 18
Techno
  1. D-Knox - "Psalm 83:13" (5:51)
  2. DJ Who - "Give A Little More" (Mike Parker remix) (7:00)
  3. Karius & Baktus - "Wurzelbehandlung" (6:10)
Review: Maceo Plex's respected Ellum Audio imprint returns, almost a year on from his acclaimed Solar LP and the launch of his new Lone Romantic label. Much like the aforementioned endeavours, the Under The Radar Sampler 1 EP further explores the American producer's love of old school sounds - namely Detroit and classic electro. He's put together a package of heavy hitting records that went under the radar here, featuring some prolific artists. He manages to rope in Motor City underdog Donnell Knox - a veteran producer of over 20 years and the man behind the underrated Sonic Mind imprint. His contribution is the fierce hi-tech soul antics of "Psalm 83:13" taking you all the way back to the '90s when the sound of Underground Resistance, Plus 8 and Strobe reigned supreme. On the flip is a blast from the past in the form of DJ Who's "Give A Little More" (Mike Parker remix) which proves that Parker was a right mentalist already back in '96: this is one serous acid-electro scorcher. German duo Karius & Baktus released the sought after "Wurzelbehandlung" back in 2000 and its introspective dub techno sound (scraped right off the factory floor) hasn't dated one bit!
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Gespielt von: Ben Sims, DJ 3000
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EP 2 (12")
Cat: EGLO 42. Rel: 18 Dec 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Black Is Key (7:24)
  2. Man Made (4:21)
  3. Orbiting Uhura (6:13)
  4. The Vault Descends (5:27)
Review: UK legend Dego and killer keys-man Kaidi Tatham have been in a rich vein of form of late, dropping brilliant EPs on Eglo, Sound Signature and Rush Hour (the latter under their 2000Black alias). Here, they return to Eglo with four more slices of warm, rich, soul-flecked fluidity. As with previous outings, much of the material has a laidback jazz-funk feel, particularly "Orbiting Uhara" and the delicious "The Vault Descends" (think bustling bruk rhythms and darting boogie synths). They also offer up some tougher, synth-laden bruk-funk in the shape of "Man Made", while "Black Is Key" sees them unfurl a head-nodding vocal roller.
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Cat: EGLO 32. Rel: 16 Jan 14
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Ankle Injury (3:30)
  2. Acting Up On That Shit Don't Count (6:08)
  3. Don't Remain The Same (5:19)
  4. Carrots & Sesame (3:59)
Review: Yes Eglo! Alex Nut and crew turn to two elder statesmen of London beat science in Dego and Kaidi Tatham for a killer induction into the art of crafting 'broken beat bullets'. For those who don't possess the necessary knowledge, Dego is the most familiar handle of Dennis McFarlane, founding member of 4Hero and responsible for so much good music over the years, and Tatham has an equally important role in the whole Broken Beat movement, being an integral member of the Bugz In the Attic collective. The pair have worked together previously on numerous occasions and they are on top form here with lead track "Ankle Injury" demonstrating a perfect balance of melody and crafty rhythm. Imagine Theo and Floating Points collaborating and your heads in the right spot to enjoy this track and "Acting Up On That Shit Don't Count" which is the sort of music you could imagine RAMP to be making if they were on the rise today. Do check the sumptuous piano and Rhodes vibes on final cut "Carrots & Sesame"!!
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Cat: FUNC 047. Rel: 19 Feb 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Digital & Sight Unseen - "Out Of Control" (6:02)
  2. Digital - "Bitter Switch" (6:02)
  3. Digital & Keygenlog - "Too Late Again" (6:23)
  4. Digital & Gremlinz - "Low Battery" (5:43)
Review: If you know anything about Steve Digital, you'll know this; he flipping loves a co-lab. And here, to kick off another big year for Function, are three. "Out Of Control" sees him team up with Sight Unseen for a sizzling reese piece that's not dissimilar to Digital's work with the late great Spirit. Keygenlog tags in for more of a techno inspired jaunt all sinewy acid and splashing cymbal power while Gremlinz feeds Digital after midnight to create a church level piece of rolling emotion. Also included is a crucial slab of venomous jungle ruffage "Bitter Switch". Pow.
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Cat: SS 076. Rel: 17 May 19
Deep House
  1. Digital Love (remix) (7:00)
  2. Digital Love (instrumental) (7:00)
Review: Our newest release is the single DIGITAL LOVE by DJ Kemit, Carl McIntosh (Loose Ends), Kai Alce, and Byron The Aquarius.
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Cat: CRBD 01. Rel: 15 May 19
Deep House
  1. Bronze (6:04)
  2. I Got A Toy (6:20)
Review: We're used to seeing DJ Rocca in collaborative mode; since making his debut in 2005, he's worked alongside everyone from Dimitri From Paris and Hard Ton to Fred Ventura, Rodion and In Flagranti. His latest collaborator is label-hopping London producer Alex Warren AKA Kiwi. A-side "Bronze" is warm and breezy, with the pair wrapping heavy analogue tones, dream house style chords and cosmic synthesizer flourishes around a sturdy, suitably bass-heavy groove. "I Got A Toy" is arguably even more fluid and colourful, with the combination of melodic positivity, bubbly bass and crunchy machine drums making a suitably Balearic impression despite its obvious house credentials.
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Saboten (12")
Cat: FIT 021. Rel: 04 Feb 19
Techno
  1. Saboten (5:26)
  2. West World (6:45)
  3. Cycle Blue (7:35)
Review: A fair few DJs will go weak at the knees when they spot this collaboration between Workshop overlord Kassem Mosse and Fit Sound supremo Fit Siegel. The three tracks showcased on the EP were actually recorded in Detroit back in 2016, though Siegel only got round to completing finished versions last year. There's much to enjoy throughout, from the snappy, slightly wayward machine drums, slowly shifting TB-303 acid lines and subtle Detroit electronics of "Saboten", to the dubby late night hypnotism of closing cut "Cycle Blue", where woozy intergalactic chords, blissful piano motifs and vaguely threatening electronic pulses cluster around fizzing drums and a suitably bubbly bassline.
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  1. Fulbert - "Untitled"
  2. Kastil - "Red Clown" (raw mix)
  3. Malin Genie - "Leavin"
  4. Jefferson Belmondo - "Booty Groove"
Review: Seeking to sum up the sound of his burgeoning label, Mario Castillo pulls in a selection of artists to assist him in his Kastil guise. Soul Notes is a label clearly in love with a more vibe-laden kind of deep house, whether it comes in the form of a bumping garage shuffle as in Fulbert's "Untitled", or Kastil's own more aquatic excursion. The unifying atmosphere is a blue note one, coming out of dreamy chords steeped in the legacy of black music that permeate each of the tracks on offer. Look no further than the feel-good roll of Jefferson Belmondo's "Booty Groove" for an exercise in understated funk that knows how to pay its dues.
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Lights Out (12")
Cat: TCB 03. Rel: 01 Dec 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Lights Out (7:02)
  2. High Flames (6:42)
  3. Flash Burn (6:26)
Review: Verona-based Patrick "Twice" Gibin is making a habit of collaborating with nu-jazz and broken beat veterans. Having previously joined forces with one-time Sonar Kollektiv regular Clara Hill, this E.P sees him acquire the services of killer keys-man Kaidi Tatham of Bugz In The Attic fame. The latter's smart, jazz-funk influenced riffs are all over the sweet, gently soulful and wonderfully positive deep house A-side "Lights Out", but can also be heard on the woozy, broken beat-goes-boogie flex of "High Flames". "Flash Burn", another musically rich, organic house groover - this time complete with what sound like eyes-closed guitar solos - completes an excellent package.
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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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  1. Yoshinori Hayashi - "Dissociative" (8:25)
  2. Telephones - "Kalimbalimbo" (6:12)
  3. DB.Source & Riccardo Schiro - "Montevago" (3:02)
  4. Dynamo Dreesen - "Reactivate" (7:59)
  5. Oyvind Morken & Kaman Leung - "Tunnel Visjon" (5:31)
  6. Acidboychair - "The End (At Any Speed)" (4:48)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Gravity Graffiti has been doing great things with its series of split 12"s already, but now the Italian label goes one better for its tenth release with this mighty double pack of heavy hitters. First up is the ever-untouchable Yoshinori Hayashi, who gets as straight up as he possibly could with the freaky house burner "Dissociative." Telephones is feeling particularly dubbed out and groovy on "Kalimbalimbo", while DB.Source and Riccardo Schiro take things strung out and textural on "Montevago". Dynamo Dreesen is in rave mode for the pepped up and delightfully weird "Reactivate", leaving the final side to Oyvind Morken & Kaman Leung's chugging "Tunnel Visjon" and the rubbery side swipes of Acidboychair's "The End (At Any Speed)".
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Cat: TOYT 068. Rel: 04 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Karl Hector & Nicolas Tounga - "Ngunga Yeti Fofa" (The Joaquin Joe Claussell Electric Afrika version) (11:36)
  2. Vito & Druzzi - "Night Masquerade" (7:30)
  3. Kapote - "Besamo Fly" (7:03)
Review: There's much to enjoy on the latest volume in Toy Tonics' ongoing hallucinatory house series, regardless of your psychedelic state of mind. The undoubted standout is Joe Clausell's epic version of Karl Hector and Nicolas Tounga's "Ngunga Yeti Fofa", a feverish, dub-flecked deep house interpretation of a track rich in both African and South American vocals and instrumentation. That said, we're also fans of Vito and Druzzi's "Night Masquerade", where Steve Reich style marimba melodies and fizzing synthesizer solos rise about a jaunty, tropical house groove, while Kapote's "Besamo Fly" is a lolloping, mid-tempo romp full of delay-laden African vocal snippets, jaunty Afro-funk horns and sludgy drumbeats.
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Volume 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PB 001. Rel: 15 Aug 16
Techno
  1. The Holy Fix - "Black Rubber"
  2. Khidja - "World Of Noon"
  3. Borusiade - "Marsch"
  4. Utopus - "Re-Velvet"
Review: P-Balans is a new imprint in the Future Nuggets emerging constellation. A tehnodelia ramification within the Bucharest electronic scene that will host rising names like Khidja and Borusiade while introducing new characters like The Holy Fix (Camil Dumitrescu, co-member of Delusion Men) and Utopus (Ion D, producer of Steaua de Mare, Raze de Soare, Anahore?ii among others) already featured on "Sounds on the Unheard from Romania vol. 2". Keeping the same strategies of fusion and diffusion as Future Nuggets, P-Balans will explore the space traversal to techno, entering and exiting the dark halls of the club through multiple doors.
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Cat: IT 02. Rel: 07 Sep 07
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Marc Houle - "Extreme"
  2. Thrill Cosby - "Oogity Boogity"
  3. Kasper - "Turn Tricks On The Side"
  4. Alexi Delano - "Would You?"
Review: Magda, Troy Pierce and Marc Houle's occasional label Items & Things makes a welcome return, featuring four more superlative grooves from Marc Houle, Kasper, Thrill Cosby and Alexi Delano. The label was created as an outlet for the weird, experimental and beautiful sounds the trio often come across on their travels and "Spies & Lies" fits the bill perfectly, containing music that will stimulate, overwhelm and confound in equal measures.
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Church (12")
K7
Cat: K 7316EP2. Rel: 25 Jun 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Jabru - "Church" (feat Joel Cullpepper - original mix) (5:31)
  2. Jabru - "Church" (feat Joel Cullpepper - Zedd Bias remix) (5:58)
  3. Will Saul & Kommon - "Two For One" (original mix) (5:23)
  4. Will Saul & Kommon - "Two For One" (Appleblim remix) (6:29)
Review: As a follow-up to Will Saul's exclusive-packed - and generally well received - DJ Kicks set, !K7 has decided to reissue two of the most celebrated tracks, with fresh new remixes. On the A-side you'll find Jabru and Joel Culpepper's "Church" - a decidedly organic, soulful chunk of deep house/UK garage fusion - with accompanying Zed Bias rub. The UKG veteran gives it a bouncy, bassy two-step makeover, wisely retaining Culpepper's brilliant vocals. Flip for Will Saul and Komon's spacey "Two For One", where dreamy flourishes rub shoulders with throbbing electronics and delicate house beats. The remix is provided by Appleblim, who adds a new layer of percussive toughness - in a bruk-meets-two-step style - whilst retaining the warmth of the original.
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Cat: KH 002. Rel: 25 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Jam For Real - "Maybe You Are" (6:11)
  2. Evolve - "Let's Drop" (6:38)
  3. Jus Jam - "Midnight Special" (6:02)
  4. Kerstone - "New Season" (7:32)
Review: The Eastern India-inspired Khasia Hills label is the brainchild of graphic designer Mornigradient and a quartet of producers, three of which (Jam For Real, Jus Jam and Kerstone) contribute cuts to the imprint's second outing. Up first is the ultra-dreamy but thrillingly bouncy "Maybe You Are" by Jam For Real, which manages to make use of both mind-altering analogue electronics and fluid piano solos. Newcomer Evolve doffs a cap to early Italian dream house on the tactile and groovy "Let's Drop", before Jus Jam delivers the melodious and jaunty deep house richness of "Midnight Special". Not to be outdone, label co-founder Kerstone takes us on a trip into deep space via the intergalactic chords, cascading synthesizer melodies and bubbling dub house beats of "New Season".
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Cat: UNLTD 13. Rel: 12 Jun 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Jeancy - "Reservation" (5:53)
  2. Karizma - "Will You Dance With Me" (3:59)
  3. Makonde - "Manzara" (3:52)
  4. Marion Javius - "Waiting In The Wings" (2:55)
  5. Neo Experience - "Human" (3:26)
Review: As with its' 12 predecessors, the latest compilation style EP from publicity-shy French diggers Unlimited Love gathers together an impressive selection of sought-after gems. This time round, many of the cuts are taken from eye-wateringly expensive and hard-to-find private press records. Check, for example, the fizzing 1982 boogie of Jeancy's "Reservation", the sweet breeziness of Karizma's "Will You Dance With Me" (an original 7" copy of which would set you back around L300) and the skewed, orchestra-smothered quirkiness of Marion Javius's "Waiting in the Wings". Elsewhere, Makonde's "Manzara" is a heavy chunk of psychedelic-minded Afro-funk, while Neo Experience's sumptuous "Human" is a lesser-known chunk of Philly soul bliss.
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Kobe Session (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AX 070. Rel: 04 May 16
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Eventide (14:12)
  2. Introduction (4:42)
  3. Happy Gamma Ray (15:13)
Review: The first release from the Axis Audiophile Series. Jeff Mills has formed an electronic jazz fusion band and this 12? is a recording of their recent performance in Kobe during the TodaysArt.JP Festival. Mills manages the decks, drums and percussion and is joined Detroit legend and Underground Resistance stalwart Gerald Mitchell (Los Hermanos/Galaxy 2 Galaxy), keyboardist Yumiko Ohno and bassist Kenji Jino. "Eventide" has the same kind of urban, uplifting soul as anything Kaidi Thatham or Mark de Clive-Lowe have made and isn't bad at all! On the flip "Happy Gamma Ray" features uplifting keys and emotive chords backed by funk bass and one of Mills' unmistakeable 909 drum machine workouts. It really seems that there's no limit to this Motor City legend's creativity which has spanned nearly 30 years and we're excited about this new chapter in the Wizard's sonic universe.
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Cat: CHARLYS 297. Rel: 18 Jul 18
Funk
  1. A Certain Girl (2:59)
  2. Here Come The Girls (3:10)
Review: This desirable 7" single brings together two of the many highlights from the bulging catalogue of New Orleans soul singer Ernie K Doe. On the A-side you'll find 1961's "A Certain Girl", a sweet rhythm and blues number from the dawn of the soul era that ticks all the right boxes (strong lead vocal, jaunty piano lines, lolloping groove, question-asking female backing vocals). Arguably even better is the better known "Here Come The Girls", a later K-Doe recording that was produced by the song's writer, Allen Toussaint, and originally appeared on the artist's eponymous 1972 album. We all know it, of course, but it still remains a sing-along soul staple.
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MDS 006 (hand-stamped 7" + insert limited to 200 copies)
Cat: MDS 006. Rel: 14 Feb 19
Drum And Bass
  1. 174 B7B5 (4:34)
  2. 154 Materials Stardust Memories (4:36)
Review: On the next record from Main Drain Studios, Chicago artist K-rAd brings two high-tempo cuts loaded with their distinct blend of bright, nimble production.

The A-side, "174_B7B5" is a total D&B tear-out. Thundering subs carry along waves of arpeggiated synths, while whimsical samples cut the tension of the winding breakbeat flurries.
On the flip side, horns fade in and out of "154_Materials Stardust Memories ", conjuring visions of a metropolis at dusk, with jazzy interludes telling tales while lean, skittering drums & warped bass lines pepper the road along the way.
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Cat: WOTEP 030. Rel: 06 Jun 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Be Glad You Create Anything (6:59)
  2. Communion (6:29)
  3. You're Alive (There's Still Time) (2:45)
Review: Under the K15 alias, Kieran Ifill has been responsible for some wonderful deep, expansive and soulful music on Eglo, Wild Oats, Lo Recordings and WotNot Music. Here he returns to the latter for the first time in four years. He hits his stride straight away with "Be Glad You Create Anything", a sparkling, mid-tempo shuffler that wraps darting, Kaidi Tatham style jazz-funk synth motifs around loose and languid beats and a suitably warm and attractive bassline. Ifill's love of fluid piano lines, eyes-closed electronics and dreamy chords once again comes to the fore on 120 BPM deep bumper "Communion", before the producer treats us to the deliciously loved-up, poignant and sumptuous head-nodding bliss that is fine closer "You're Alive (There's Still Time)". In a word: superb.
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Loss Of Gravity (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIBR 015. Rel: 05 Feb 18
Deep House
  1. The Journey (4:54)
  2. In My Garden (5:39)
  3. Lirica (6:53)
  4. CH 47 (5:29)
  5. Levitation (5:58)
Review: The journey back into the vaults of seminal Italian house music label Vibraphone Records continues apace with this gem from 1993. K2 was a one-off project for central label figures The True Underground Sound of Rome, and this Loss Of Gravity 12" represents one of the most sought after rarities from the Vibraphone catalogue. The on-point breakbeats of "The Journey", the wistful tones of "In My Garden", the plush ambient refrains of "Lirica" - every inch of this record is steeped in class that belies the age of the music. Need we say more - this is a buy on sight reissue that won't stick around for long.
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Soul EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: WMWL 003. Rel: 23 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Soul
  2. Armando Álvarez
  3. By The Lake (Karl M redefinition)
Review: Malmo based artist management agency now run a label. This is their third release and they've tapped the legendary Karl Axel Bissler to do the honours. "Soul" is bleepy and driving hypnotic techno in the same vein as fellow Swede Staffan Linzatti that has all the right elements: white noise splashes, reverberated percs and just enough funk in its bassline. He throws us a bit of a curveball next on the deep tribal tech house workout of "Armando Alvarez" sounding more like early Jori Hulkonnen or Nick Curly. But he gets back into the techno side of things thankfully on the flip with "By The Lake (Karl M Redefinition) another entrancing and atmospheric stomper pushing the same vibe as Ness or Claudio PRC. That's what we're talking about!
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Multitrack Edits (limited hand-stamped 7")
Cat: GSC45 17. Rel: 24 May 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Track 1 (Multi Trax mix 1) (4:50)
  2. Track 2 (Multi Trax mix 2) (4:43)
Review: Multi-track re-edits, where producers utilize the instrumental and vocal parts found on studio master tapes, are all the rage right now. While the Rephlex crew and Joey Negro are the most famous exponents of the art, Galaxy Sound Co regular Kadena has previously proved to be rather adept at it, too. Here the little-known producer channels the spirit of original disco remixer Walter Gibbons, first to provide a lolloping, groove-based revision of Instant Funk's intergalactic Salsoul classic "I Got My Mind Made Up" (side A), and then to deliver a similarly minded take on First Choice's "Let No Man Put Asunder". Like its A-side companion, it's warmer, looser and predominantly instrumental, with judicious use of key vocal passages.
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10 Years Of Jaunt: Air (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: JR 007.3. Rel: 11 Dec 17
Techno
  1. Kaelan - "Meandering Rivers"
  2. J.C. - "The Jaunt Track"
  3. Basic Soul Unit - "Escape Velocity"
  4. Blackhall & Bookless - "Spirit"
Review: Jaunt Records is celebrating 10 years of active service in fine style with this series of various artist 12"s. The Air installment features four beat scientists presenting diverse musings on deep diving techno, kicking off with the hypnotic, cyclical "Meandering Rivers" by Kaelan. JC meanwhile spices things up with the breakbeat roughness of "The Jaunt Track" before Basic Soul Unit lays the smack down with the bruising broken techno of "Escape Velocity". Blackhall & Bookless finish the EP off with the big room dub-out of "Spirit", a churning beast of a techno track that still maintains the meditative qualities of the other tracks.
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Cat: VRTV 004. Rel: 27 Jun 18
Deep House
  1. I <3 U (6:10)
  2. Johnny Hartman (5:26)
  3. Umusa (3:57)
  4. Passacaille (10:02)
Review: It would be fair to say that Kaffe Creme is a producer on the rise. There was rightly much hype around his 2016 debuyt on Moonrise Hill Material and it's likely that this belated follow-up on Vertv will be equally well received. He hits the ground running by wrapping muted blues trumpet around a crunchy MPC-house groove on "I <3 U", before brilliantly alternating between woozy sample manipulation and dusty deep house beats on the odd-but-ace "Jonny Hartman". On the flipside, he first charged off towards 140 BPM territory on the stop-start dancefloor insanity of "Umusa", before proving his Pepe Bradock style deep disco-house credentials on the sublime "Passacaille", which rounds off a fine EP in stunning fashion.
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Cat: FXHEBK 1. Rel: 26 Nov 15
Deep House
  1. Shut Your Eyes (feat James Garcia) (6:05)
  2. It's Not Over (4:55)
  3. Bear Gonna Getcha (6:08)
Review: A White Bear's Heaven... Is A Black Bear's Hell is something of a departure from the smooth, deep and undulating sound we've come to expect from Omar-S's FXHE label. It signals experienced producer Brian Kage's first outing for four years. While that release for Beretta Red paid tribute to atmospheric techno, this outing is far more inspired by late '80s Chicago house and acid. The standout is undoubtedly "Shut Your Eyes", a co-production with Omar-S that wraps James Garcia's soulful, heartfelt vocals around classic synth-strings, tactile stabs and pared-down, '80s style drum machine hits. He switches off the lights and signals more of a heads-down mood on the First Choice-sampling "It's Not Over" - a thrillingly tactile, synth-laden jacker - while "Bear Gonna Getcha" sounds like a warehouse anthem in waiting.
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The Arc EP (12")
Cat: MM 1. Rel: 06 Feb 17
Deep House
  1. The Arc (6:31)
  2. The Arc (Stringless mix) (4:59)
  3. D Drive (5:42)
  4. Transcending (6:26)
Review: Longstanding Detroit deepsmith Kage returns on his brand new label Michigander. The result? Three superlative exercises in synth soul and an on-point version for later hours. "The Arc" prowls with all the string-soaked majesty of an early Rolando cut while the stringless version hits a little harder. "D Drive" jacks with a slappy bass groove while tipping a slight nod to Yazoo with its vibrant riffy ripples while "Transcending" is all about the big dubby synth washes and off-kick bass palpitations. Let's hope there'll be more to gander from Michigander very soon.
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Gespielt von: DJ 3000
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303 In The 313 EP (transparent vinyl 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: MM 04. Rel: 23 Apr 19
Techno
  1. Detroitasaurus (6:27)
  2. Van Dyke Vessel (6:20)
  3. Delray Dance (6:37)
  4. Zonin' (4:48)
Review: Brian Kage's fourth release on Michigander Music "303 in the 313 EP" features 4 uniquely gritty and acid-soaked manifestations of mid 90's Detroit. This exercise in analog monosynth mastery directly connects the grittiness of the urban landscape with the raw spirit of creative freedom. Detroitasaurus starts the record off with a subtle prehistoric soundscape, steadily building rhythmic tension using hypnotic toms and melodic drum patterns. Razor sharp 909 hats hammer down there through the sonic mist as the journey continues to build. Shrieking jurassic trumpets cap off each of the peaking climbs to reveal metallic broken-down structures that are bound together with oscillating 303 threads and a grooving bassline. Van Dyke Vessel features an atmosphere of textured percussion and metallic analog synths that wind around a deep square bass groove. Suddenly, truncated growling vocal samples start to collect into the catchy phrase "Let's take this to outer space". Swelling pads give way to squealing acid as this track transports dancers to a nostalgic melodic dimension. Delray Dance undulates with thick bass slowly building into a body focused groove as it winds up and gives way to a rugged 303 saw with fluttering Spanish style synth stabs. Classic Detroit pads continue to swell, adding to the tension and leaving enough sonic space for melodic mixes in and out. This tune is the perfect tool to transition between genres. Zonin breaks the mold by combining old-school electro vibes with a heavy dose of acid and freestyle hip hop. Heavy broken beats are combined with a rockin' nostalgic bassline and layered party vocals that transports you to the center of the dancefloor on the best night you've ever had.
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Got To Have Your Lovin (limited 12")
Cat: BSTX 033. Rel: 04 Jun 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Got To Have Your Lovin (vocal) (6:09)
  2. Got To Have Your Lovin (instrumental) (4:57)
Review: Steve Kahn & Co. are yet another of those curios of the early 80s that Best Italy have dug out, dusted down, spruced up and repressed for your eclectic party pleasure. "Got To Have Your Loving" is a pure feel good jam at every turn - it's got a very natural, live band sound mixed by the legendary Tee Scott that especially makes the aqueous bass playing shine through. Whether you plump for the vocal or the instrumental, this is the kind of record that could set a wedding party on fire as much as a serious heads-down disco funk session. You'll no doubt get a lot of mileage out of this one, and have a great time in the process.
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Ukukavshiri (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 30. Rel: 08 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Skalpel (5:18)
  2. How To Hibernate (5:03)
  3. Faceless Nameless (5:21)
  4. The Venturer's Puzzle (4:03)
  5. Yoshino (2:15)
  6. Akahige (6:24)
Review: Kimochi Sound introduces a new artist for their 30th release. This debut record is all deep beats and breaks and it's full of the fuzzy feels and swollen atmospheres we've come to expect from the imprint. It's a bit of a mini album, moving from Ilian Tape techno influences to a closing number reminiscent of Ulrich Schnauss.
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Gespielt von: Owen Jay, M50
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Obskuur (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BNB 001. Rel: 29 Jan 18
Techno
  1. Obskuur
  2. Rumoured
Review: Kalbata is a delightfully unpredictable fellow, one minute turning out slick tech house with Guy Gerber and the next starting a dancehall riot with Warrior Queen. His long and varied career continues following a recent spot on Optimo Trax with this first 12" on Brush & Broom, a new label that is housing some particularly straight up 4/4 jams from the prolific producer. "Obskuur" has a clue in the name, plying a trade in the kind of furtive deep techno that ekes tension out of the most ambivalent of crowds with its oh-so-slow but powerful sense of progression. "Rumoured" has a broader palette, letting undulating threads of melodic synth work slither around the subby, minimal percussion.
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Yamaha Acid (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BNB 002. Rel: 09 Apr 18
Techno
  1. Honda
  2. Yamaha
  3. Suzuki
  4. Toyota
Review: Kalbata has turned his hand to many styles over the years, not least the excellent soundsystem explorations of Congo Beat The Drum, but on this second release for his label Brush & Broom, he's decided to fling himself into the fiery pit of acid while paying tribute to 90s motocross bikes. "Honda" is dripping with 303, punctuated by a twitchy set of drums, while "Yamaha" takes a diversion into moodier territory, letting hazy chords set the tone for an energised but defiantly heads down acid workout. "Suzuki" is a bit spicier, capturing the essence of 'up-for-it' early Trax Records but edging it into more hypnotic, looped up territory. "Toyota" finishes the EP off with an atonal bleep out with an electro undercarriage.




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The Town (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BNB 003. Rel: 28 Jan 19
Techno
  1. The Town (6:40)
  2. Chrome Moon (5:58)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: After launching Brush & Broom with two solo releases, maverick German producer Kalbata keeps his followers guessing yet again with this collaborative release with the equally unpredictable Maayan Nidam. "The Town" is a surefire party starter made up of catchy bleep lines, quivering rhythmic flashes and lots of shimmering FX sends that suggest this was a live jam from two talented producers locked in the groove. "Chrome Moon" takes a deeper, more meditative approach without losing those heavy echo chamber washes, where the spring reverb and buckwild delay feedback rein supreme. Wonderful, free-tripping results from an unexpected meeting of minds.
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  1. Oceans Of My Mind (6:32)
  2. Oceans Of My Mind (Urmet K remix) (6:09)
  3. Oceans Of My Mind (Suraj club mix) (6:03)
  4. Oceans Of My Mind (Simina Grigoriu & Moe Danger) (7:19)
Review: House Music With Love makes a welcome return to the fray with a fresh new 12" from Kaldera and Lazarusman, who team up to present the swirling, thought-provoking "Oceans Of My Mind." Between Kaldera's brooding production and Lazarusman's off-centre poetry, it's the kind of track that will suit a lot of different environments and always stand out. As well as the original, there's a strong run of remixes on offer here, from Urmet K's softer, smoother deep house approach to SURAJ's infectiously funky version, wrapping up with the more epic peak time thrust of Simina Grigoriu & Moe Danger's take on the distinctive source material.
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The Mirage (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: KF 011. Rel: 03 Apr 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. The Mirage
  2. Suni Aki
  3. The Mirage (Soft Rocks remix)
Review: From World Unknown, Magic Feet and Tusk Wax and now on to Kinfolk, Tim Rivers is marking out a place in that world of mystical grooves where acid, kosmische, new age, Balearic and wyrd pagan dance can all jam to the same beat. The title track on The Mirage is a gorgeous slice of motorik smoothness, letting sustained guitar nights ring out over a tender throb of bass. "Suni Aki" is a more dramatic piece with a healthy dose of 80s bombast poured over its loins, and then Soft Rocks grapples the B side for a remix of "The Mirage" that cuts the tow line and drifts off in the direction of the sunset.



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Faking Love (12" + insert)
Cat: ARC 006. Rel: 04 Sep 17
Deep House
  1. Faking Love (6:05)
  2. Do You Love Me Too (7:43)
  3. Do You Love Me Too (Barry Helafonte Love You Too mix) (5:09)
Review: Following his last hoorah on E-Beamz, Ray Kandinski makes his debut on the evergreen jam house Arcane with two hazy, loose-limbed slabs of house music. "Faking Love" places the slapping drums right in the centre and lets the soulful chords and yearning vocals flutter and fall around the edges. "Do You Love Me Too" tips more towards a Detroitian palette but once again with a sedated, dreamy sheen. Finally fellow E-Beamer Barry Helafonte jumps in on the rub for an even slower, lucid and sensual take on "Do You Love Me Too". Lovely.
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  1. Ray Kandinski - "Just For A Short While" (6:58)
  2. DOS - "Guaca" (5:42)
  3. Gallery S - "Angel" (5:01)
  4. Anthony Fade - "5 Miles" (6:51)
  5. DJ Bowlcut - "Forgive You Not" (5:00)
  6. DJ Longdick - "Space Channel" (5:58)
Review: Aussie larrikins represent on another edition of Nerang's various artist compilations. Run from of the sunny Gold Coast by DJ Whpr Snpr, #3 features six generous servings of meme house for millennials. Hannover's Ray Kandinksi is up first and presents the emotive and soulful ode to first wave Detroit on "Just For A Short While", Austrian (yes, not Australian!) purveyor of all things lo-fi, DOS, delivers the EP's standout on the evocative thump of "Guaca". On the flip, Sydney's Anthony Fade goes for that old school Nu-groove vibe of way back on the acidic and saturated antics of "5 Miles" and everyone's favourite DJ Longdick (E-Beamz) delivers the releases' most sombre moment on the deep mood lighting of "Space Channel".
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 in stock $10.98
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