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Singles
Cat: TGR 001. Rel: 03 Oct 18
Electro
  1. Old Boy - "Tracer" (Dexter remix) (6:20)
  2. Arctor - "Memory Gene" (James Shinra remix) (7:01)
  3. Arctor - "Selfish Lover" (Patrick Walker remix) (6:53)
  4. Arctor - "The Gulf" (David Harleydson remix) (6:03)
Review: New Glasgow electro label Tremors presents their first vinyl release, featuring a collection of remixes of tracks from their Bandcamp back catalogue. Aftershocks Volume 1 kicks off with a particularly bold remix by Klakson boss Dexter who turns Old Boy's "Tracer" into an electro-bass monster, James Shinra (Analogical Force) channels the best of the Motor City on his emotive rework of Arctor's "Memory Gene" rounding up the A side. On the flip, Arctor remains the focus, with remixes of "Selfish Lover" by Forward Strategy Group's Patrick Walker and Hungarian newcomer David Harleydson impressed us likewise with his fierce and futurist perspective of "The Gulf".
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Manha (limited 7")
Cat: BRZ45 021. Rel: 20 Apr 15
International
  1. Azimuth - "Manha" (3:45)
  2. Osmar Milito E Quarteto Forma - "America Latina" (2:46)
Review: A tale of two sides, Azimuth's classic "Manha" should be recognisable to many; taken from their self-titled LP in 1975, its golden harmonies and lavish, lolloping Bob James style jazz are as timeless as they were 40 years ago. Flip for "America Latina". Conjured by prolific collaborator Osmar Milito (whose discography features the likes of Sammy Davis Jr, Spanky Wilson and Liza Minelli), its striking, sing-along charms are no accident... It was actually created for 70s Brazilian soap opera Selva De Pedra.
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Fulltime Factory Vol 2 (limited hand-numberd white vinyl 12")
Cat: FTM 201804. Rel: 04 Oct 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Boeing - "Dance On The Beat" (Moplen edit) (7:01)
  2. Electric Mind - "Summing Up" (Massimo Beradi rework) (5:53)
  3. Maurice McGee - "Styx" (DJ Rocca 808 edit) (6:24)
  4. Orlando Johnson - "Turn The Music On" (Re Tide remix) (6:53)
Review: More from re-launched Italo-disco era label Full Time Records, who here present four fresh reworks of tracks from the vaults. G.A.M.M-signed scalpel hero Moplen steps up first to deliver a fine dubbed-out re-edit of Boeing's slap bass-propelled electrofunk classic "Dance To The Beat", before Massimo Beradi adds a little subtle, mid-tempo house flavour to Electric Mind's lesser-celebrated 1982 Italo-disco jam "Summing Up". DJ Rocca opens side B in some style, hammering away at a TR-808 drum machine while giving Maurice McGee's 1984 cut "Styx" an altogether deeper vibe. Meanwhile, Re-Tide turn Orlando Johnson's Paradise Garage favourite "Turn The Music On" into a muscular chunk of bass-propelled boogie-house badness.
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Cat: 777 010. Rel: 22 Feb 17
Techno
  1. Brighton - "Tesla" (Leaves remix) (7:21)
  2. Orson Wells - "Ratio" (Roger 23 remix) (7:40)
  3. Leaves - "Third Floor" (Pablo Mateo remix) (6:31)
  4. Glyn - "Kevin Lomax" (Orson Wells remix) (5:39)
Review: Ron Wilson's 777 serves up more raw and rusty house jams on a new various artists sampler entitled Internal Affairs: this is serious! On the A side is newcomer Brighton with "Tesla" (Leaves Remix), while Frankfurt's Orson Wells gives us "Ratio" where Saarbruckens finest: Roger 23 gets on the remix and delivers a lush deep acid rendition this side of Tin Man. On the flip, Leaves returns with the impressive "Third Floor" getting an awesome remix by Pablo Mateo; working those drum computers to impressive effect as always. Finally, Orson Wells stays on too; working the nightshift on his remix for Glyn's "Kevin Lomax" and giving it a lo-fi, neon lit makeover that will appeal to retroverts dancing well into the morning at Robert Johnson next Sunday morning.
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Cat: TR 248. Rel: 22 Feb 18
Soul
  1. Peter In Or Out (2:31)
  2. Let's Run Away From The World (3:15)
Review: Tramp Records has a good relationship with obscure Illinois soul man Wayne Carter. Back in 2013 they put out a compilation of his near impossible-to-find singles and here reissue arguably his most rare and sought-after 45 (for proof, check how much original private press copies change hands for online). With its meandering Hammond organ solos, heavyweight rhythm section, fuzzy horns and impassioned vocals, "Peter In Or Out" is a genuine deep funk bomb. On the flip you'll find the more laidback and groovy "Let's Run Away From The World", in which backing band the Organ Twisters provide a fitting backing for Carter's impassioned plea to a lover to "at last be free".
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Garra (limited 7")
Cat: BRZ 45036. Rel: 25 Jan 16
International
  1. Claudia - "Garra" (2:23)
  2. Os Tres Morais - "Freio Aerodinamico" (2:43)
Review: Jane, Roberto, and Sidey Morais - Brazil's Os Tres Morais - are placed alongside the wonderful Claudia for the latest all Brazilian showdown courtesy of the always point-side Brazil45 series from the Mr. Bongo label. The latter gives us the mythical "Garra", a tune that sits very nicely next to the likes of Marcos Valle and co, and the singing trio get a reissue of 2006's "Freio Aerodinamico", a gorgeous blend of samba, disco, and something perfectly exotic and vintage. Heart-warmers.
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LU 001 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: LU 001. Rel: 13 Mar 19
Techno
  1. Cobert - "Ortsutshi" (5:29)
  2. Otis - "Latenighter" (6:59)
  3. Riccardo - "Clone" (5:32)
  4. Derek Carr - "Existence Is Futile" (7:07)
Review: Classic techno flavours are the order of the day on mysterious new imprint Lunasa. A quartet of very impressive various artists feature on this EP here, which will no doubt appeal to all you retroverts out there. First up, Tbilisi-based Cobert (Partisan/Amazing Stories) delivers some killer sci-fi funk on " Ortsutshi", the much loved Riccardo (Imprints/Metropolita) gets on a wacky, heads-down electro tip on "Clone" and legend Derek Carr is on fine form as always on the evocative second wave Detroitism of "Existence Is Futile" which is just sublime! Great stuff and highly recommended for fans of Libertine, Art of Dark or Time Passages etc.
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  1. Chuck Daniels & Oliver Dollar - "Do It!" (feat Amp Fiddler) (5:28)
  2. Chuck Daniels, Claude Young & Mike Clark - "Three Waves" (6:00)
  3. Andres - "Woman Cry" (4:52)
  4. Tracey Cooper - "Insight" (8:14)
Review: Detroit native Chuck Daniels is the man behind this all-star EP from the long running but less-than-prolific Sampled Recordings imprint. Daniels stars on side A, first hooking up with old pal Oliver Dollar for the Amp Fiddler-sporting post-fidget, tech-tinged deep house bump of "Do It", before roping in fellow Michigan producers Claude Young and Mike Clark for the low-slung, R&B-sampling late night bump of "Three Waves". Over on the flipside, high profile Detroiter steps up with the brilliant, sunshine-friendly business of "Woman Cry" - all snappy drums, rich soulful vocal samples and breezy piano solos - while Tracey Cooper wraps thought-provoking spoken word samples around an analogue-rich deep house groove with predictably strong results.
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Voidwalker (hand-stamped heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: FKOFV 002. Rel: 06 Mar 19
Deep Dubstep
  1. Dark Harmonics & Otz - "Voidwalker" (4:16)
  2. Dark Harmonics - "Fucking Spiders" (5:36)
  3. Dark Harmonics & Otz - "Voidwalker" (J Kenzo remix) (5:05)
  4. Track 4 (4:14)
Review: Vinyl-only business from the FKOF crew: Sheffield's Dark Harmonics and Subaltern's Otz team up for the incendiary "Voidwalker". Creepier than a graveyard picnic, it's all in the strange misty textures and powerful sense of tension before the flabbiest of subs kick in and the fun begins. Remix wise J:Kenzo does them proud with a similarly tense twist that's based around hard swaggering kicks and more eerie and bad dream textures. Elsewhere Dark Harmonics throws down a crucial solo. Brilliantly entitled "Fucking Spiders", it's an outstanding piece of 23rd century funk with all the right room and gloom we've come to expect from him. Creepy crawly.
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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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Travelling EP (remastered) (limited white vinyl 12")
Cat: MPD 013. Rel: 21 Feb 18
Techno
  1. Travelling Through The Speed Of Music (8:42)
  2. Pulse (6:59)
  3. Flow (7:13)
Review: Mental Groove offshoot Music Pour La Danse has previously put out compilations of Orlando Voorn's finest early work, so it's little surprise to see them once against dipping into the Storied Dutchman's vast back catalogue. The Travelling EP first surfaced way back in 1994 and was the sole 12" Voorn recorded as Defence. A-side "Travelling Through The Speed of Music" is typical of the producer's work at that period of time, featuring bubbling, trance-inspired electronics, gentle acid lines, delay-heavy vocal snippets and oodles of Detroit techno influences. On the flipside, "Pulse" is similarly trippy and trancey (in the original sense of the term) with lighter beats and picturesque flourishes, while "Flow" is a luscious chunk of "intelligent techno"-era electro with subtle ambient house overtones.
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Auf Weidersehen (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: MOJ 08. Rel: 29 Jan 19
Techno
  1. Instrumento (11:07)
  2. Tschuss (6:34)
  3. Gerogliftko (7:41)
Review: The latest audio missive from the My Own Jupiter camp brings together debutant Nicholas Lutz (here using the previously unused Draculas Lutz alias) and former CABARET Recordings producer Omar Chibarro. They pair begins proceedings with arresting A-side "Instrumento", a bold, bass-heavy and angular electro jam packed with mind-altering acid lines and shimmering, deep space motifs. They change tack on the flipside, accompanying snappy, organ-laced NYC garage bumper "Tschuss" with the hybrid acid-jack/spacey house bluster of quality closer "Gerogliftko". While stylistically varied, the EP's three tracks are united by an attractive looseness that only emphasizes the thrillingly wayward nature of the duo's otherworldly electronics.
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Cat: CAST 05. Rel: 12 Jun 17
Industrial/Noise
  1. Luis Flores - "Track 1" (5:34)
  2. 138 - "Track 3" (5:42)
  3. Bas Mooy - "Track 2" (5:49)
  4. Ontal - "Track 4" (7:04)
Review: Current heroes of the industrial techno sound here tend to focus on the industrial side of things for The Cast Project: a vinyl affair from Los Angeles based on the collective sounds from a faction of artists. They are said to gather a few artists; each of them providing several unique audio samples, clips and/or field recordings that best define their sound. They then collect the samples from each artist and redistribute them to the artists as a master pack, at which point they create a unique track. First up fellow Los Angeleno Luis Flores delivers the grinding and guttural first offering, while 138 then delivers some impressive Autechre styled IDM on his/her effort. On the flip, Dutch terroriser Bas Mooy delivers a furious and powerful warehouse techno stormer that blows the doors off as always. Finally Serbian duo Ontal deliver some more of their typically contorted takes on techno.
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Cat: MMV 012. Rel: 05 Dec 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. The Funk District - "The Funky Joint" (7:40)
  2. Oldchap - "To The Top" (5:20)
  3. Dr Packer - "Your Big Chance" (5:47)
  4. Hotmood - "Raw Dance" (6:08)
Review: Masterworks Music mastermind 80's Child unleashes the third volume of his Masterworks compilations. This is a two-part vinyl release with the first part featuring The Funk District hailing from Cancun, who kicks off the A side with "The Funky Joint". He gets a good ol' time shuffle going before handing it over to Parisian Oldchap for a proper low-slung boogie in the form of "To The Top". On the flip, Godfather of the western Australian dance scene Dr. Packer gets down with a wicked edit on the late night sexiness of "Your Big Chance" and fellow Mexican Hotmood goes out on a high note with smokin' hot vocal number "Raw Dance".
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Cat: ANDES 09. Rel: 30 Jan 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Inner Voices (Terry Francis remix) (7:05)
  2. Inner Voices (8:13)
  3. Blackstar (7:33)
  4. Special One (7:16)
Review: Andes Music is a label based in Santiago, Chile, owned by Francisco Allendes and Marcelo Rosselot. Previous releases have come from Alejandro Vivanco, Mariano DC, Felipe Valenzuela and Alexi Delano. Their latest comes courtesy of duo One + 1 comprised of Ruber Solar and Alexander Necaa with Gil One. They provide some deeply hypnotic minimal house for the afterhours on "Inner Voices" which also comes with a nice remix by Fabric resident Terry Francis: his version going down an even tripper and reductionist route: that's equally geared for weirdo moments down at Club Der Visionaere on a Sunday. On the flip, things get a bit dubbier on the rolling and tough stomper "Blackstar" and things get even more flanged and drenched in reverb / delay with the euphoric closer "Special One".
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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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FRNDZNE 02 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: FRNDZNE 02. Rel: 24 Apr 19
Techno
  1. Ames Henry & Paul Kav - "Business In Hasenheide" (5:57)
  2. Ames Henry - "Tribute" (6:28)
  3. Fanu - "Dubia" (6:48)
  4. Octo Octa - "For My Girls" (3:29)
Review: It's been two years since Kellam Matthews launched his retro-futurist, breakbeat-driven Frendzone label via a fine split EP featuring cuts from Ames Henry and Octo Octa. This follow-up is therefore arguably long overdue. Fittingly, it's Henry that gets things going in stellar fashion via Paul Kav collaboration "Business in Hasenheide", an urgent fusion of two-step drums, thrusting acid bass and jumpy synth stabs. Ames then goes solo on the breezy bounce of "Tribute", before Fanu successfully roughs things up via the mutant sub-bass, dystopian noises and distorted breakbeats of "Dubia". The undisputed highlight, though, is Octo Octa's "For My Girls", a wonderfully spooky and hectic jungle roller that's guaranteed to set pulses racing out on the dancefloor.
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Cat: CHURCH 014. Rel: 28 Mar 19
Deep House
  1. Words Can't Explain (4:57)
  2. Words Can't Explain (dub) (4:57)
  3. Words Can't Explain (Yu Su remix) (7:03)
Review: Over the last 12 months, Tom Harris AKA Hidden Spheres has proved to be one of the most adaptable producers in the deep house scene. He not only delivered plenty of tropical and dreamy fare via his Fruit Merchant imprint, but also got rough, raw and ragged via an acid and electro-influenced EP on Lobster UNDR. "Words Can't Explain" is another deft change of direction, with honey-voiced guest Oscar Jerome offering a superb soul vocal over a warm and woozy backing track rich in broken house drums, toasty synth bass, drowsy Rhodes chords and effortlessly jazzy guitar solos. It's superb, and one of Harris' best tracks to date. Also worth checking is the club-ready revision by Yu Su, which not only utilizes heavy sub bass but also some crunchy drum machine percussion.
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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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Variable (12")
Cat: PEVA 01. Rel: 07 Sep 18
Techno
  1. JK Flesh - "Chelmsley Wood" (5:26)
  2. Ontal - "Mudflow" (5:11)
  3. BMSK - "Revma" (7:30)
  4. Nemmett - "Claim Your Way" (5:30)
Review: The Athens-based Pi collective has so far used their Modal Analysis Records-backed Pi Electronics imprint to deliver a quintet of decidedly dystopian experimental techno EPs. You'll find more fuzzy fare on Variable, the label's first attempt at a compilation style, multi-artist extravaganza. Former Napalm Death member JK Flesh kicks things off with the mind-altering analogue electronics and industrial-tinged techno rhythms of "Chelmsley Wood", before Ontal drags us further into end-of-days techno territory via the layered percussion, distorted electronics and bludgeoning beats of "Mudflow". Turn to the flip for the throbbing arpeggio lines, fuzzy guitar riffs and lo-fi beats of BMSK's "Revma" and the relentless assault on the senses that is Nemmett's "Claim Your Way".
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Cat: SYMM 026. Rel: 19 Jun 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Kyo & Break - "Who Decides" (5:17)
  2. Kyo & Total Science - "Murder Tonight" (5:37)
  3. Kyo & Mikal - "Where I Stand" (4:53)
  4. Kyo & Onemind - "Play To Lose" (6:21)
Review: One of Break's most consistent and striking vocal collaborators, Kyo gets the Symmetry spotlight with this A-list collabo EP. "Who Decides" sparks up the dance with an electrified high voltage sneering bassline and loose percussion that only Break can cook up. "Murder Tonight" is a lot sexier than its title suggests thanks to Kyo's surging tones and Total Science's expert manipulation of the think break. "Where I Stand" sees Kyo teaming up with Mikal for the most stripped back and steppy affair while DLR and Mako's OneMind unit join her for the final, and darkest, chapter of the EP "Play To Lose" where Kyo hits her gutsiest, rawest soul notes. No decision necessary.
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Cat: WAXDIGIT 003. Rel: 01 May 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Labor Of Love - "Move That Thang" (6:02)
  2. Osmose - "Let Harry Rock" (6:15)
  3. The Silver Rider - "Groove On Down" (7:11)
  4. P-Sol - "Sturdy Disco" (6:47)
Review: The third multi-artist EP from Hot Digits' occasional vinyl series, Wax Digits, is packed to the rafters with dancefloor-focused re-edits and reworks. Labor Of Love leads the way with "Move That Thang", a fine chunk of warm and bass heavy deep house/disco fusion, before Osmose steals the show with the loopy mid-tempo disco-funk bump of "Let Harry Rock". Over on Side B, The Silver Rider impresses via the swirling disco-house hypnotism of 'Groove On Down", before experienced re-editor P-Sol pairs locked-in grooves with sun-kissed disco instrumentation and heady vocal snippets on "Sturdy Disco".
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Cat: TRU 7362. Rel: 16 Jan 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. I Predict A Riot (3:43)
  2. I Predict A Riot (instrumental) (3:42)
Review: Rob Luis clearly enjoys an unlikely but inspired cover version; over the years, his Tru Thoughts imprint has served up surprisingly good funk, jazz, reggae and brass band covers of everything from Roni Size's "Brown Paper Bag" and Marvin Gaye's "Sexual Healing", to Max Sedgley's "Happy" and the White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army". It's perhaps unsurprising, then, that Luis snapped up this vibrant South American cover of the Kaiser Chiefs' "I Predict A Riot" by Brazilian MPB revivalists Carolina Lins and Os Plantos. It's truly brilliant, with Lins' bold Portuguese vocal simply soaring over the band's samba-soul groove and fuzzy horn lines. As cover versions go, it's a bit of a doozy.
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Ulithi (140 gram clear blue vinyl 12")
Cat: MCRNS 02. Rel: 06 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. LK - "Untitled" (6:29)
  2. Shanahan & Lynch - "Ask" (5:46)
  3. Duijn & Douglas - "Remarkster" (5:29)
  4. Omar Santis - "Like Buttah On Yo Breakfast Toast" (3:34)
  5. VGAV - "Untitled" (4:28)
Review: On just their second release the Micronesia crew are already proving themselves to be impeccable selectors when it comes to curating their various artist gatherings. Ulithi opens in a gloriously serene funk courtesy of LK, who pushes deep house right to the edge of consciousness with "Untitled". Shanahan & Lynch rise to the challenge and head even further out into ambient pastures with the ethereal pulse of "Ask", before Duijn & Douglas whip up a hypnotic cycle of chords and rhythms for the deep end of the night. Omar Santis and VGAV maintain the mellow disposition of the record perfectly, leaving you with five fresh, thoughtful variations on gentle house and techno.
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Fire (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: IMAGENES 084V. Rel: 07 Feb 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Fire (Classic Disco mix) (5:14)
  2. Fire (Classic instrumental mix) (5:15)
  3. Fire (Neo Soulful Disco mix) (4:35)
  4. Fire (Neo Disco instrumental mix) (4:36)
Review: Los Charly's Orchestra sorts Juan Laya and Jorge Montiel first worked with veteran British soul singer Omar on their 2017 double A-side single "It's So/History". All involved clearly had a good time, because they've decided to repeat the exercise. "Fire" is arguably a step up, with Omar's honeyed vocals soaring above a rubbery groove, heady female backing vocals, cut-glass strings and punchy horns on the standout "Classic Disco Mix". Elsewhere, the noticeably heavier "Neo-Soulful Disco Mix" sounds like the kind of sumptuous, all-organic soulful disco-house fare we'd expect to hear from the likes of Joey Negro and Yam Who. Wisely, the duo has also included instrumental revisions of both versions. We prefer the superb vocal takes, but it's nice to have the choice.
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Cat: HJP 065. Rel: 23 Feb 12
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. MMM - "MMM Meets Tshetsha Boys" (7:08)
  2. Old Apparatus - "Old Apparatus Meets Shangaan Electro" (4:00)
Review: Honest Jon's present the last twelve inch instalment of their impossibly varied Shangaan Shake remix project with the perma excellent MMM and Old Apparatus at the helm. Fiedel and Wiegand's take on the Tshetsha Boys is notable for two things: firstly it continues the duo's recent fascination with rhythms of a decidedly UK Funky nature (as executed with devastating effect on their recent Dex/Rio 12") and it further strengthens the impression Honest Jon's have given the commissioned artists a blank canvas to retain or toss as many elements of the source material as they deem fit. Thus recognisable snippets of the vocals remain alongside a brilliantly twisted treatment of the tinny melodics wrapped infinitely around butt slapping drum textures. Completely different in tone and execution, the elusive Old Apparatus invoke the spirit of Scratch Perry at his most intoxicatingly brilliant with a rusted, half stepping arrangement caked in all manner of feedback which serves to demonstrate how far reaching the project has been over the course of the 12" releases.
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Ben Sims pres Tribology Sampler 3 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MachineSampler 003. Rel: 03 Dec 18
Techno
  1. Oscar Mulero - "The Calling" (5:35)
  2. O Aka Phase - "Distorted Logic" (5:16)
  3. Tasha - "In The Zone" (5:08)
  4. Ben Sims - "Drop Out" (5:01)
Review: The third sampler from Ben Sims' barnstorming Machine mix compilation presents another four cuts of militant, unrelenting techno from some of the finest operators in the field. Oscar Mulero heads up the A side with the spacious, ominous march of "The Calling," which contrasts sharply with the jacked up, tense energy of "Distorted Logic" by O Aka Phase. Tasha's "In The Zone" kicks of the B side in a head-spinning loop of rasping drums and disorienting layers, and then Sims himself rounds off the record with the poised and deadly "Drop Out." If you're after a potent collection of chiseled techno bombs guaranteed to do the business, then look no further.
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Si Jambo (12")
Cat: MC 035. Rel: 23 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. 2Tac Onana (4:17)
  2. Si Jambo (5:34)
  3. Something For The Mind (3:43)
  4. Non-Binary Joys On The Venus Holodeck (5:49)
  5. Czary Mary (5:34)
Review: Having set out their stall via a fine first collaborative release on Bordello a Parigi a couple of months back, Mytron and Ofofo pitch up on Multi-Culti. As you'd expect from a label with such a strong track record of multi-cultural musical fusion, much of the EP defies easy categorization. Sure, you'll find a chunk of Italo-influenced electro ("Non-Binary Joys on the Venus Holodeck") and a couple of slabs of madcap disco-funk fusion ("Si Jambo" and "2Tac Onana"), but also a heavyweight slab of low-slung punk-funk/post disco ("Czary Mary"). Oh, and the skewed electro-funk-meets-intergalactic synth pop insanity of "Something for Your Mind", which also boasts some notably brain-melting vocoder action. More, please!
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Chordz EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BC 007. Rel: 12 Sep 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Newman - "Chordz"
  2. Ourra - "Tropical Taste"
  3. Chini - "Horizons Of Funk"
Review: The Chordz EP brings it with 3 hot new modern Boogie tracks.

Label Hero Newman opens the release with the title track 'Chordz' - a synth-fuelled dancefloor banger, reminiscent of Harvey Sutherland's recent work. Flip it over and Ourra (aka Simon Tappenden aka 'Pop Out N Play') brings us a truly Tropical treat reminiscent of Palm Trees, Pina Coladas and 80's Miami sunsets. Last but not least, Keyboardist for Brian Ellis, Adam Chini plays 'Horizons of Funk'... a lush down tempo synth funk number bringing the EP to the perfect close.
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Cat: INDIG 002. Rel: 31 Oct 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Naked Dub (6:00)
  2. Cash Dub (7:18)
  3. Pyramid (Omar 1:00 am live jam) (6:32)
  4. Too Late For Nonesense (Omar live Out Of Box tool) (6:25)
Review: Indigenous Electronic's second release the "No Market for Emotion" EP pushes further into organic territory with a hardware driven release. The A side sees two tracks on the dubbier end of the spectrum recorded by Iranian producer Ramtin Niazi, a musician with a background in instrumental music, now with a greater focus on machine orientated electronic music. Niazi's contribution sees him delivering two low slung tracks: "Naked Dub" progressing with Lush emotional pads and "Cash Dub" a moodier counterpart. The B side sees the label's head Omar Jayyusi's debut release, with two entirely out the box jams recorded straight to two track. "Pyramid" has a deep and solid rumbling low end, acid basslines and percussive drums. "Too Late for nonsense", is a sub-bass focused micro house dj tool, punchy and reaching the lower end of the dynamic range.

Limited release of x 200 vinyl only without repress.

Support. by XDB
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Cat: US 010. Rel: 12 Sep 16
Techno
  1. Snowspeeder Blues (7:34)
  2. Thru Our Veins (5:15)
  3. A Perfect Balance (6:43)
  4. Full Spectrum (6:53)
  5. Full Spectrum (Juniper dub) (7:46)
Review: When he made his debut on Nous Disques last year, there was much discussion about whether O Xander - AKA DJ Rei Ayanami - was actually from Antarctica, as his sparse Soundcloud profile claimed. Either way, he's decided to roll with the theme on this fine follow-up, From Antarctica With Love. The EP's five tracks variously touch on icy electro ("Snowspeeder Blues"), windswept acid ("Thru Our Veins"), glacial electronica ("A Perfect Balance"), and clanking, mechanical techno (the deep but metallic "Full Spectrum"). The latter track is also featured in Juniper Dub form, with the Smallville and meandyou duo excelling at combining cut-up melody snippets with rolling, drum machine rhythms.
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TKOTN (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: HF 001. Rel: 30 Jan 19
Bass
  1. TKOTN (5:26)
  2. Siberian Goose Down (4:50)
Review: Charging into 2019 with a brand new single on his own brand label, O'Flynn takes full control with this mesmerising release. Across two sides he covers all the vibes you know him for; "TKOTN" is a rattling, rusty breakbeat roller laced with strong industrial textures and FX while "Siberian Goose Down" whips up a much more emotional sensation before it suddenly degrades into utter stomp primed techno chaos. A million cheers for a Hundred Flowers.
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Sunspear (12")
Cat: BEAR 0012. Rel: 11 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. Sunspear (4:34)
  2. Tru Dancing (5:51)
Review: Earlier in the year, sometime Blip Discs and Ninja Tune man O'Flynn (real name Ben Norris) returned to action after a two-year absence. Here he attempts to keep up the pressure via a double A-side single on Silver Bear Recordings. "Sunspear" is little less than a rushing blast of summery dancefloor brilliance - a percussively dense and smile inducing house jam rich in filtered horns, throaty funk vocalizations and what we assume are samples from a cheery Brazilian disco record. A similar production approach be can be heard on the flip, where O'Flynn delivers a lolloping, bass-heavy revision of a lesser-known disco funk cut. It's suitably heavy, but also boasts the kind of rubbery rhythmic swing that's rarely heard on similar exercises in sample-heavy filter house.
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Gespielt von: Jacques Renault
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  1. Steve O'Sullivan - "Over And Over"
  2. Fernando Costantini - "Who We Are"
  3. Mike Shannon - "Talking About"
  4. Clovis - "The River"
Review: From the label: When trends in music can come and go in the blink of an eye, ten years is a long time to stay relevant, passionate and real on the frontline. From its roots in the Parisian club scene by way of its spiritual home at Fuse in Brussels and so on to the globe-trotting, multi-faceted entity that it is today, Lessizmore is living proof of how to do a decade right. The fundamental heartbeat of this European house and techno institution is the maverick music that its affiliated artists make. Of course what the label sounds like now is not necessarily what the label sounded like back in 2006, but it's telling that some of the original characters are still with the label to this day, while many are long time members of the LIZM family that have joined the ranks over the years. In piecing together this compilation, the idea from label founders Jessica Bossuyt and Pierre Noisiez was simply to represent where their brainchild is at right now, from guests at their events in the early days to more recent collaborators of all kinds. The final EP fires up with UK techno legend Steve O'Sullivan serving a lesson in the reduced, hypnotic techno he has made his own since the 90s, measuring the ebb and flow of his production perfectly. Fernando Costantini follows in this mentality with a minimal house burner that keeps the tension simmering throughout. Canadian champion Mike Shannon warms up the B-side with a cut of snaking, experimental techno aimed squarely at the mind, drawing on expressive synth flourishes to create an engrossing, meditative atmosphere. Clovis then delivers the perfect finisher, plying all manner of organic samples into a soul-stirring blend that weighs heavy with emotion while moving with a lightness of touch.
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Cat: OAS 13. Rel: 22 Feb 07
Deep House
  1. Thirteen
  2. Two
  3. Eight
Review: The main track here shows a slightly different facette of Omar S. Thirteen/Two/Eight, released on FXHE, has a handclapping, twitching beat with a quirky lively synth melody, classic italo disco and early 80 boogie sounds from a Detroit point of view. A vivid techno track and a darker ambient outing keep the quality high.

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Gespielt von: Lerosa, Agnes, Kito Jempere, Truncate
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Oh Jabba (12")
Cat: FXHE IGNIT. Rel: 11 Dec 12
Deep House
  1. Oh Jabba
  2. Space Age Steppin
Review: FXHE remain in outer orbit following that stellar Triangulum Australe 12" from Omar S, presenting their final transmission of a superb year in the shape of Oh Jabba, two tracks of stargazing house music from O B Ignitt. Last seen collaborating with Omar S on the dedication to Eddie Murphy's finest acting role, the impression that Ignitt likes his cinema is only strengthened here on the Star Wars referencing lead track with some deliciously lo fi art work of that slug like character on the inner label dispelling any possible doubt. The track itself is a wonderfully simple yet melodic house track, crunchy drum machine rhythms rippling away feverishly beneath a calming array of swooping Rhodes and Moog flourishes. Complementing this, "Space Age Stepping" is a more searching affair, relying more on the rugged drums and gurgling analogue bassline to achieve lift off.
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Mysterious (12")
Cat: FXHE OSW. Rel: 19 Nov 13
Deep House
  1. Mysterious
  2. Celestial Salacious
  3. Chocolate City
Review: FXHE return with the master of the mysterious OB Ignitt! Arriving roughly a year on from the last slab of Ignitt goodness, Mysterious finds OB on imperious form, once more showing off his penchant for excellent track titles and singular slant on bumping Detroit business. The title track is a veritable epic of unquantifiable emotive stakes, emerging from a heat treated fog and easing into a subtle yet beguiling rhythmic framework which coaxes you into a spell that grows stronger as the track charges electrically forth. Face down, "Celestial Salacious" has that same rough edged bass line growl to it, but the skipping percussion and building layers of instrumentation give the track real energy, whilst you can almost feel the funk dripping off final track "Chocolate City" which sounds like DJ Nature hocked up on MDMA.
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OBONIT 010 (12")
Cat: OBONIT 010. Rel: 14 May 18
Deep House
  1. Ob Ignitt & Brian Kage - "On The Run" (7:43)
  2. OB Ignitt - "All We Do" (6:08)
Review: Detroit bad man OB IGNITT returns to our charts with a two-tracker for his own OBONIT imprint, and the producer is joined by fellow Detroit producer Brian Kage - a man who has been churning out badness on the low-key since about 2004, and who has already appeared alongside Omar-S on FXHE. The newly formed duo kick off with "On The Run", a light and bumpy house attack with plenty of samples, blazing melodies, and an altogether 'upper tone' approach. On the flip, Ignitt comes through solo with "All We Do", a piano-led house charmer with a hefty level of kicks and bass, Detroit styleee!
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MANANA 001 (12")
Cat: MANANA 001. Rel: 01 Feb 17
International
  1. Biancamo (6:21)
  2. Homenaje Al Benny (6:02)
  3. Yambu Arara (5:08)
  4. Elegua (8:38)
  5. Orun Seco (8:16)
Review: Cuba's Manana Records launches via a fine EP from Obbatuke, a eight-piece rumba outfit fronted by renowned quinto player Carlos Guerra. The band are apparently regulars at the legendary Casa del Caribe in Santiago de Cuba, a venue widely considered to be the beating heart of the Eastern rumba scene. Musically, the five tracks here mix typically high tempo, densely percussive rumba rhythms with chanted vocals. The lack of other musical instruments is startling, but takes nothing away from the tracks. In fact, it only enhances their back-to-basics charms. It proves beyond any doubt that it's the drums that make great dance music.
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  1. Clatterbox - "Aspect Ratio" (5:41)
  2. Shanti Celeste - "Lights" (4:52)
  3. Polzer - "Static Rectifier" (4:56)
  4. Via App - "From Across The Room" (3:44)
Review: To complement Objekt's masterful 36-track session for their irregular Kern mix series, Tresor have put out two self-explanatory 12" samplers. Kern Vol. 3: The Exclusives sees contributions from accomplished electro technicians Clatterbox and Polzer as well as Bristol's rising Shanti Celeste and Via App of 1080p fame. "Aspect Ratio" from Clatterbox and Celeste's understandably incandescent "Lights" both feature in a movement on the mix that is a real highlight of Kern Vol. 3, but DJs will be happy both have been pressed her for full club play. On the B-side, the swift and snappy metallic tunnelling of Polzer's "Static Rectifier" could be mistaken for an angry DJ Stingray, whilst Via App's "From Across The Room (Edit)" is a more playful, if pensive affair.
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Autoreply Twenty EP (double 12")
Cat: AUTO 020. Rel: 08 Sep 14
Techno
  1. Samarkand Sulci
  2. Enceladus
  3. Don't Fight It
  4. Morning Glory
  5. C Ring
  6. Snarecrow
  7. Bitchslap
Review: Stunningly beautiful double-pack from OCH for Autoreply Music's 20th release. Following on from output on renowned labels like PAL SL, Trelik, Bass Culture he returns to Autoreply with seven tracks of playable perfection. By focusing on stripped-back percussive grooves, sparse 909 drum-programming and ultra fine-tuned dynamics he certainly proves with tracks "Samarkand Sulci" and "Snarecrow" that the original jackin' house/techno sound will always have plenty of life and soul. "Don't Fight It" is an 8.5 minute acid builder featuring haunting vocals and crisp synths whilst the bass driven dub of "Enceladus" wouldn't be complete without live delays and distorted pianos. Check Out "Morning Glory" for a surprise contender for this years balearic soundtrack or "C Ring" for ultimate warmth. Tracks for every situation and not to be missed!
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Linear Response Function (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: AUTO 024. Rel: 29 Jan 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Panamax (8:01)
  2. The Sadness (6:55)
  3. The Healer (6:29)
  4. Linear Response Function (8:43)
  5. Incompressible Flow (6:41)
  6. Lovers Roll (6:41)
Review: It's been a hot minute since we heard something new from Och, but he's back on Autoreply with a double 12" of high-grade, stripped back tech house shot through with oodles of imagination. "Panamax" is the consummate dubby house track, a true immersion chamber of a track, while "The Sadness" brings a shuffling groove and some peppy key stabs to the table. "The Healer" is a more overtly minimal affair that would sound at home on PAL SL, while "Linear Response Function" keeps things tight and focused with a sturdy rhythmic framework and some spartan piano notes. "Incompressible Flow" has a submerged jazzy undercurrent to it, and "Lovers Roll" gets into that freaky house bounce heard on "The Sadness". Overall, it's another sterling grip of refined tracks from a seasoned pro.
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Telluric (12")
Cat: KPKT 02. Rel: 19 Mar 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Mercurius (part 1) (4:07)
  2. Mercurius (part 2) (4:45)
  3. Venus (6:24)
  4. Terra (2:54)
  5. Mars (11:13)
  6. Jupiter (6:25)
  7. Saturnus (3:42)
  8. Uranus & Neptunus (3:33)
Review: New label Kontrapunkt's mission is to present diverse music that spans from world music infused house, hard hitting & lo-fi techno through to considered ambient music. With the latter in mind, the Leipzig based label indeed makes a journey into that field of electronic music for their second release. Here, French producer Octave Diesis delivers an album full of melancholic yet thoughtful neoclassical songs. The songs live mostly from the enigmatic piano melodies paired with some well-thought synthesizer sounds he composed. Expect ambient environments and dramatic, soothing layers. A truly splendid debut release.
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OCT 02 (10" + insert)
Cat: OCT 02. Rel: 01 Mar 17
Techno
  1. Repentant (version) (6:37)
  2. Judgement Dub (7:24)
Review: Bristol's finest Jules Smith aka October is back with more reduced EBM mutations following up the dusty and rusted experiments ts as heard on his great Death Drums cassette on No Corner just last year, not to mention 2015's wicked Black Body Radiation. It's the second edition of his new eponymous imprint here. On the A side we have "Repentant (version)" a grotty acid slow burner that squeals away menacingly above the seething dirt of vintage drum computers. On the flip "Judgement Dub" goes for an early Chicago vibe somewhere between Jamie Principle and K. Alexi with its haunting pads and funk bass supported by spitfire rhythm patterns and morose atmosphere that's geared for the early morning hours of a sweaty Berlin basement party.
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Nostalgia (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AE 08LTD. Rel: 28 May 19
Techno
  1. Nostalgia (5:23)
  2. Rydgad (7:14)
  3. Morph (7:01)
  4. Flod (6:51)
Review: AE Recordings turns its attention to Oculus, who they describe as a "titan of the Icelandic techno scene", famed for his live sets that have kept bodies moving for the past decade. He commits some of his sounds to wax here, maintaining the otherworldly emotional lilt that often comes from the scene orbiting AE and Thule Records, but with a bolder sound palette than some of the icy dubbed out artists he rubs shoulders with. "Nostalgia" deals in powerful, swooning chord progressions, while "Rydgad" pings a set of metallic percussion around a sturdy but crooked low end groove. "Morph" takes things deeper, while "Flod" offers up a classy take on the minimal techno aesthetic, with added sound design trysts for good measure.
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Cat: SA 07. Rel: 30 Jun 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Vortex (11:13)
  2. Pyramid (6:29)
  3. Sphere (6:34)
Review: The Sol Asylum label continues its minimalistic outlook on house and techno with a return from the Odd duo, Damian Daley and Danny Dixon. The pair have been brought in a reggae tradition thanks to their fathers and they both share a passion for percussion, something which can be clearly heard on both the pulsating push of "Vortex" and "Pyramid", two lciks which are sure to fill the floors at peak time hour. The deeper and more hypnotic "Sphere" tune ties thing s off in sci-fi tradition, where loose and airy synths glide above bric-a-brac percussion shots. Majestic
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Waxing Gibbous (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: OM 007. Rel: 03 Dec 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Tidal Wave (6:55)
  2. Zero Gravity (7:15)
  3. Lunar Blueprint (12:15)
Review: London based minimal producers Damian Daley and Danny Dixon have been steadily building up their catalogue of reduced rollers since 2013. As well as appearances on Sol Asylum, Tapes Of Old and SPORTS, their own OdD Music label has carried some of their most essential tracks. Waxing Gibbous continues the story with an assured selection of floor-primed workouts, leading in with the slender and seductive tones of "Tidal Wave." Things take a spikier turn with the heavy bass throwdown of "Zero Gravity," and then "Lunar Blueprint" stretches out across the B side in a rolling configuration of dubbed out incantations and insistent, needlepoint beats.
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Cat: SR 004. Rel: 19 Feb 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Little Drum (7:01)
  2. Little Drum (Kamran Sadeghi remix) (7:37)
  3. The Reload (7:01)
  4. The Reload (Malin Genie remix) (7:37)
Review: You'll normally find OdD lurking round their own self-titled label, but on this occasion they're moonlighting on SPORTS with more of that shuffling, jazzy minimal house they've made their calling card. "Little Drum" is a perfect percussive trip-out of a track, all dense layers of rhythm locking into a dreamy house swell, while "The Reload" offers a distinctly different prospect powered by driving machine beats and techy synth threads. Kamran Sadeghi turns "Little Drum" into a dynamic, dark-edged tech-house workout, and Malin Genie drops some freaky electro stylings all over "The Reload", making this a 12" with something for everyone (who likes quality house, techno and electro at least).
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Stroboscope (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: OM 006. Rel: 05 Feb 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Forty Five (7:45)
  2. Thirty Three & A Third (6:25)
  3. Nine (6:27)
Review: The OdD Music crew are back with more of that off-kilter, subtly freaked up house music shuffle to make your bones shake. This sixth release on the label has everything any minimal head craves, not least on opening jam "Forty Five" with its nervy piano licking away underneath a heavy filter while the groove rolls on incessantly. "Thirty Three & A Third" takes a different approach, dropping some deft broken beats into the mix and letting some spaced out synth wobbles ping the track into a curious new orbit. "Nine" finishes the EP off with some immersive percussive tones that call to mind ritualistic dancing and transcendental experience, just like all good party music should.
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Tapes Of Old 3 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LTR 003. Rel: 10 Dec 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Oops (11:53)
  2. Abhorrent (7:02)
  3. I'm Complete (6:27)
Review: Having just recently dropped some fresh wares on the Waxing Gibbous 12", London-based production duo OdD return their attention to their Tapes Of Old label and the pursuit or archival material from the vaults. Quite how far back these dusted down gems reach is unclear, but it hardly matters - what's important is whether they bang, and these tracks certainly do that. "Oops" is a pumped up and muscular roller that places all the emphasis on percussion with a tech house tendency. "Abhorrent" is a more introverted affair that explores intricate threads of synth expression in between a dubbed out set of drums, and then "I'm Complete" finishes the record off with a cool, calm and collected trip through the minimal undergrowth.
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