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Cat: 608828 Rel: 19 Apr 16
 
Control vinyl for Rekordbox software
Notes: The rekordbox Control Vinyl works hand-in-hand with rekordbox dj and the DVS Plus Pack to give you a smooth, low latency scratching experience with excellent sound quality.

The lightweight Control Vinyl is highly responsive and will work will all Pioneer DJ DVS compatible mixers and controllers.

The RB-VS1-K rekordbox Control Vinyl is sold individually.

10 minutes of control tone on side A & 15 minutes of control tone on side B - 33RPM
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 2 in stock $20.16
Singles
Cat: MRV 011. Rel: 23 Sep 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Aashton - "Pride" (6:13)
  2. Peza - "Black Gold" (6:23)
  3. Fabiolous Barker - "The Paradise" (6:37)
  4. Rayko - "The Jam" (5:55)
Review: Yam Who?'s Midnight Riot is back with another volume of funky, party starting edits, so come and get your fix. Aashton's "Pride" samples the diva vocals of you know who on this smooth and soulful number. Peza's "Black Gold" is pure classic disco, reminiscent of Salsoul, possibly? Fabiolous Barker's "The Paradise" has that retro and Balearic vibe that fans of labels like Love On The Rocks and Efficient Space will certainly dig. "The Jam" by Rayko is a re-edit of you guessed it: Technotronic's "Pump Up The Jam".
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 in stock $9.29
CNVLTD 002 (12")
Cat: CNVLTD 002. Rel: 17 Jul 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Ahmad & Gremlinz - "Grinder" (5:20)
  2. Ahmad & Parallel - "Judgement Day" (6:03)
  3. Acid Lab - "Jericho" (6:03)
Review: Acid Lab gets all two-face on this new EP for burgeoning jungle imprint Convoluted Records. First up are two collabs under his Ahmad alias; "Grinder" sees Gremlinz join the fray with a nasty hornets nest bassline and pitched breaks that seem to melt through the LFOs while Parallel helps him unleash the soul of Beelzebub himself on "Judgement Day". "Jericho" closes on a savage jungle note with haunted choral effects and broadsword breaks. For a label called Convoluted, this sure cuts straight to the point.
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XXX 004 Part Two (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: XXX 004 2. Rel: 30 May 17
Deep House
  1. Alterleo - "Train To..." (6:59)
  2. Al Gobi - "Rule Of Three" (9:02)
  3. Jack Pattern & John Parsley - "Kaboom" (5:55)
  4. Roger Van Lunteren - "On And Dna No (The Sun Riser)" (5:06)
  5. Phil Gerus - "Prelude To Love" (4:37)
Review: The XXX crew are on a mission to celebrate the adventurous and utterly well-informed dance music scene of Amsterdam, and they move to the fourth release on their label with a strong cast of characters that all have something different to say. Alterleo opens up the 12" with the low-throbbing psyche out of "Train To..." before Al Gobi takes over with the aqueous hardware house bubbles of "Rule Of Three". On the B side, Jack Pattern & John Parsley work together to lay down a fierce blend of industrial and disco that will send shivers down your spine. Roger Van Lunteren meanwhile revels in the squelchiest kind of esoteric acid with a new age mystique thrown in for good measure, and then Phil Gerus provides a soothing soliloquy to finish this distinctive record off.
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Gespielt von: Ian Blevins, SHMLSS, Clandestino
 in stock $9.02
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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Cat: WGVINYL 049. Rel: 11 Jul 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Ame - "119 BPM" (Jimi Jules & Jesaya +4 BPM Update) (5:25)
  2. Jimi Jules & Domenico Ferrari - "Parkuhr" (6:05)
  3. Egopusher - "Flake" (Jimi Jules remix) (6:25)
  4. Ed Ed & Petja Virikko - "Sundroina" (feat Jinadu - Jimi Jules remix) (7:18)
Review: Zurich based DJ and producer Jimi Jules is one of the most promising upcoming artists within the international underground. With previous releases on top labels like Superfriends, Cocoon and local imprint Zukunft - he tops all that by being picked as selector for esteemed Berlin institution Watergate's 24th mix album. Here we get treated to a few exclusives from the mix on special vinyl format: on the first side we have Jules & Jesaya's +4 BPM Update of Ame's "119 BPM", there's also his collaboration with Domenico Ferrari on the sleazy lo-slung pop of "Parkuhr". On the flip, we soon discover its almost entirely a Jimi Jules affair (naturlich!) with his remix of Swiss/German duo Egopusher's "Flake" (venturing into truly sublime territory) and the dreamy and bittersweet tones of Ed Ed & Petja Virikko's "Sundroina" (feat Jinadu).
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Gespielt von: Quarion
 in stock $10.09
PZ (12")
Cat: RST 024. Rel: 28 May 19
Techno
  1. Swsg (6:30)
  2. Cou (6:00)
  3. Scr (7:26)
  4. Yup (5:42)
Review: After having been heavily played by the likes of Ricardo Villalobos, Zip, Nicolas Lutz , Fumiya Tanaka and Margaret Dygas, the first and only Protectorate record (released exclusively on vinyl in the spring of 2009) quickly became a sought-after rarity. 10 years after, the Analogue Cops has decided to reactivate the collective's output with four new tracks enclosing minimalistic afterparty fervor, contemporary Berlinesque electro, post-capitalist breakbeats, and luxury tech-house. Cutting edge cuts crafted with a balanced ensemble of vintage and up-to-date machines, with an unfathomable attention to solidity and detail.
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Gespielt von: Joe Montana
 in stock $10.35
  1. Aux 88 - "Phantom Power" (7:54)
  2. Blak Tony - "Holla Holla" (3:32)
  3. Posatronix - "Pure Techno Sound" (5:50)
  4. DJ K-1 - "Erase The Time" (6:36)
Review: From the minds of Direct Beat and Detroit Bass Classics, comes the first initial compilation of electro/techno heat. "Electro In The Key Of Detroit Vol 1" presents 4 proven dance floor dope and record crate staples that provide the hungry ears of masses the groove to move. A Side features two sure-fire steppers - a rare AUX 88 voyage entitled "Phantom Power" and Blak Tony's tempo-pushing "Holla Holla" finally see the light of day on this wax collectable, giving praise to Motor City footwork culture. On the flip, DJ K-1's "Erase The Time" rocked the airwaves and global clubs with its signature thumping style laced beneath alien-like melody and repetitive vocal structure while Posatronix's mutant-rhythm mantra, "Pure Techno Sound" pulls the weight of Detroit's street dance roots down to the origin of how to boogie in space. This collection of re-issued jams and new explorations is the must-have for the electro/techno & bass aficionado.
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Parallel B (12")
Cat: DKMNTL 062. Rel: 22 Jan 19
Techno
  1. Bart Is Alone Again (6:13)
  2. Underground Dance Floor (5:43)
  3. Working In The Attic (4:37)
  4. Bart's Jam (5:08)
  5. Rejected Demo Tape (3:38)
  6. A Series Of Bad Decisions (5:20)
Review: Dutchmen Betonkust and Palmbomen II are back on local institution Dekmantel, following up last year's well received Center Parcs LP - which was recorded in the bunker of an abandoned theme park. The retro, grainy and lo-fi qualities that characterise their work is evident again here on Parallel B. This time recorded in a bungalow somewhere in the Dutch countryside, it finds a distinct middle ground between Palmbomen II a.k.a. Kai Hugo's lo-fi classic house aesthetics and Betonkust a.k.a. Swiere Westveen's taste for gritty electro, acid and Italo sounds. It pays fictional homage to a now deceased famous TV star, who instead on working on the screen, took up a new direction in making music.
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 in stock $10.35
  1. Adam Beyer & Enrico Sangiuliano - "Preset Heaven" (8:17)
  2. Timmo - "Muzik" (6:11)
  3. Pig&Dan - "La Bruja" (6:37)
  4. Julian Jeweil - "Nasa" (6:11)
Review: Some serious peak time weapons for the main room on offer here, from the ever reliable Swedish label Drumcode. Usual heroes of the label such as Luigi Madonna, Sam Paganini and Joseph Capriati step aside for some other equally reliable staples. On the A, side label boss Adam Beyer teams up with Enrico Sangiuliano on the evocative and life affirming "Preset Heaven" which takes its cues from early trance with its amazing chord progression. It is something more typical of the label next, on the pummelling warehouse stomp of "Muzik" by Bulgaria's Timmo. On the flip, there's more trance nostalgia on offer again - this time from legends Pig & Dan on the hypnotic/melodic bliss of "La Bruja" which we could imagine melting the minds of festival crowds well into the new year. Finally they save the best for last with French peak time specialist Julian Jeweil, serving up the furious, tunneling and strobe-lit ultraviolence of "Nasa" which will have your adrenaline going from the first beat. It has been a stellar year for the powerhouse label, with great releases by Moby, Dubfire and newcomer Layton Giordani.
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Weapons Of Ass Destruction Vol 1 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DMT 07. Rel: 22 Jan 18
Deep House
  1. Blunt Instruments - "Kum On"
  2. Ron Obvious - "Mindful Vision"
  3. Per Hammar - "BX Chamber"
Review: Dungeon Meat's self-titled label is not known for its subtlety, and so it goes on this rip-roaring various artists 12" featuring three rough and ready jams for the peak time house crowd. Blunt Instruments get things going straight away with the mean New Jersey swing of "Kum On", as tough and bumping a house cut as you're ever likely to find. Ron Obvious steps up with "Mindful Vision", bringing an utterly addictive stripped down garage-y shuffle to the table, while Per Hammar finishes the EP off with the breaks-embellished "BX Chamber", a freaked-out dub-soaked affair for the heads down crowd.
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Co Ops Vol 2 (heavyweight double 12" in screen-printed sleeve limited to 200 copies)
Cat: COUNTER 010. Rel: 07 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Boddika - "Broken Wave" (6:35)
  2. Yogg - "Close Enough" (7:25)
  3. Patrik Skoog - "Mind Control" (5:10)
  4. Distant Echoes - "Under The Influence" (7:30)
  5. BNJMN - "Red Tide" (6:41)
  6. Inland - "Fluxus" (7:15)
  7. Cassegrain & Tin Man - "Opal Stare" (5:37)
  8. Pharaoh & Yogg - "The Great Attractor" (8:26)
Review: Ed Davenport's Counterchange imprint is back with a label compilation that demonstrates a wide variety of techno derivatives by a stellar cast. From scene legends such as UK innovator Boddika (with his hypnotic and textural epic "Broken Wave)" and elder statesman Patrik Skoog with the functional, peak-time cyclicality of "Mind Control". For more heady and atmospheric flavours, they have you covered courtesy of Puglia's Distant Echoes on the utterly sublime "Under The Influence" while Acing Seas main men Cassegrain team up with the inimitable Tin Man on the heady acid epic "Opal Stare".The harder edged, dancefloor ready weapons are provided by label head honcho Davenport on the retro, bleep driven "Fluxus", while BNJMN's abrasive "Red Tide" hammers the message home on this true beast that reaches near tribal moments.
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Gespielt von: Paleman
 in stock $18.32
Cat: INTGRD 001. Rel: 28 Feb 18
Techno
  1. Body In The Thames - "Silver Threaded Crystal Beads" (6:02)
  2. Peach - "Silky" (7:13)
  3. Jay - "Balsam Drum" (6:30)
  4. Webstarr - "The Muse" (7:02)
Review: Midland's Graded launches a new diffusion imprint: Intergraded. Featured here are four cuts from emerging producers. With Graded now focusing on the label boss's solo work and ReGraded catering to a different style altogether - the logical progression was to start a new label that could help introduce this music to a wider audience. Body In The Thames kicks things off on the A side - despite the name he's actually Swedish. His track "Silver Threaded Crystal Beads" is an emotive piece that sits somewhere between early Detroit techno and electro, in the vein of the Motor City godfather Juan Atkins. This is followed by the slinky tech house of "Silky" by London's Peach - a sturdy number supported by ethereal elements. On the flip, NTS host Jay (Siren) presents some moody, heads down techno for the late night on "Balsam Drum" while Yorkshire native Webstarr (De Grey/Mistry) goes deep into the afterhours on the darkly hypnotic "The Muse".
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  1. Gustavo Cardenas & Dirty Lemon - "On The Basis"
  2. Pepe Villalba - "Earthbreak" (6:10)
  3. Primary Perception - "Voicing" (6:51)
  4. Saverio Celestri - "November Sun" (7:08)
Review: New Berlin imprint Panea is a concept based on sharing the passion for music and "to provide talented musicians, DJs and producers with valuable opportunities." More power to them we say! They're definitely off to a good start when you consider they've recruited a couple of the Slow Life alumni, namely Pepe Villalba; who provides the dusty and broken groove of "Earthbreak" and of course Saverio Celestri with the hypnotic lo-tech soul of "November Sun". Elsewhere, there's other fine grooves by Gustavo Cardenas & Dirty Lemon with the rolling hypno-groove of "On The Basis" and Primary Perception with another lovely excursion in broken beat deep house on "Voicing".
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Gespielt von: Javier Carballo, MARIANO
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Cat: PRO 001V. Rel: 04 Jul 17
Techno
  1. Coefficient - "Wavefunction Collapse" (P God remix) (6:58)
  2. Coefficient - "Wavefunction Collapse" (6:52)
  3. Ben Gibson - "Frontier" (5:50)
  4. P God - "Hoag's Object" (6:20)
Review: Italian label Prototypes is pretty straight up with their mission statement. It's all about 'classic techno elements blended with eerie atmospheres, dark synths and sharp percussion as essential characteristics.' UK producer Coefficient pursues the bleepier end of hypnotic techno in the same vein as the legendary Sahko, as heard on the trance inducing atmospherics of "Wavefunction Collapse". The fierce remix up next by label boss P.God goes for the jugular in the same style as recent Pole Group or Avian efforts. New Zealander Ben Gibson is featured too, with the lush deep techno excursion entitled "Frontier" which proves that this guy is on point as always. Finally we have P.God again with another fine effort in the form of "Hoag's Object". While certainly not as furious as his aforementioned remix, it certainly is jam packed full of drama and suspense. With its trance inducing melodies, droney pads and strict rhythms channelling that now classic Sandwell District kind of vibe.
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Gespielt von: Philippe Petit, Kessell
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Cat: DA 007EP. Rel: 19 Sep 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Gold & Silber (4:53)
  2. Gold & Silber (Fango remix) (5:01)
  3. Gold & Silber (Chinaski Painkiller bonus mix) (2:46)
  4. Gold & Silber (Chinaski Tech Noir remix) (8:13)
  5. Gold & Silber (Antoni Maiovvi remix) (5:55)
Review: More seductive electro-noir from New Yorker in Berlin Luca Venezia aka Curses, on Jennifer Cardini and Noura Labbani's Dischi Autunno. Offering up some lo-slung punk-funk (with some sultry German vocals) on the lovely "Gold & Silber" here, which also receives a series of terrific reworks. Italian underground hero Fango's remix delivers his twisted take on the track, while not deviating too much from its original format. The Live At Robert Johnson affiliated Chinaski delivers two trademark neon-lit perspectives - the dark romanticism of the Painkiller bonus mix and the sexy Tech Noir remix going for more of an electro-pop vibe. Finally on the flip, we have Giallo Disco's Antoni Maiovvi with a majestic Italo derived reduction.
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  1. Giovanni Damico - "No Al Maltrattamento Dei Samples" (5:29)
  2. Pascal Viscardi - "La Ragazza Del Lago" (6:19)
  3. Marcello Napoletano - "Insignami" (6:55)
  4. Lucretio - "I Piu Piccoli" (6:33)
  5. Christian Lisco - "55" (5:02)
  6. Paolo - "Pericolo" (5:20)
  7. Bassa Clan - "Notte Brava" (6:57)
  8. Fede Lng - "La Volpe" (4:58)
Review: According to La Chinerie themselves. after repping their dear home of France on the first volume, they are 'this time enlightening Italy's house scene through an eclectic V/A gathering eight tracks from eight talented macaronis.' Southern Italy represents in the form of Salerno's Giovanni Damico with the funky and dusty soul heaven of "No Al Maltrattamento Dei Samples" while Lecce's finest Marcello Napoletano delivers the goods as always on the gritty house shenanigans of "Insignami". Elsewhere, there's Restoration's Lucretio (via Berlin of course) delivering some muscular, hardware oriented grooves on "I Piu Piccoli" while the north of The Beautiful Country represents too, rest assured, in the from of Bologna's Bassa Clan with the bouncy and swinging NYC circa '94 vibe of "Notte Brava".
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Cat: OUT 022. Rel: 04 Oct 16
Techno
  1. Multiple Choice (Simone Gatto remix) (7:06)
  2. Temporary Insanity (Voiski remix) (5:07)
  3. Multiple Choice (Cosmin TRG remix) (6:34)
  4. Multiple Choice (Pangaea Phase dub) (4:56)
Review: It would be fair to say that Population One's "Temporary Insanity", and its' accompanying B-side, "Multiple Choice", received mixed reviews when the 12" dropped earlier this year. Undeterred, Out Er has decided to get the best out of both of these Terrence Dixon-produced tracks remixed. There are some notable versions, not least Voiski's punchy mix of "Temporary Insanity", which manages to retain some of Dixon's restless energy, whilst adding a few more melodic touches. Elsewhere, Cosmin TRG's version of "Multiple Choice" is a wonky, minimal-goes-acid affair, while Pangea's booming, bass-heavy interpretation of the same track is a shuffling, broken techno treat.
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Gespielt von: Live Ones
 in stock $9.82
Presents 3 Tracks (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GRA 013. Rel: 24 Jun 19
Techno
  1. Olo - "Balast"
  2. El Trick - "Ko Ko Dak Dak"
  3. Palta - "Daeksel"
Review: Central presents a unique recipe for the perfect DJ cake! Ingredients: 8'26'' of techno stepper, 5'45'' of masterful d'n'b and 4'05'' of ambient inner peace. Serve it hot with vanilla ice cream!!




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Cat: ER 017. Rel: 14 Aug 18
Drum And Bass
  1. DJ Dlux - "I Gotcha" (part 1) (5:20)
  2. DJ Dlux - "Drummer's Return" (5:33)
  3. DJ Dlux - "I Gotcha" (part 2) (5:35)
  4. Persian Prince - "Revolutionary Junglist" (CS mix) (5:21)
Review: Those DATS keep getting unearthed and remastered as Dlux and Persian Prince hit the fifth volume in the series. Once again, it's an open and shut case of music that was decades ahead of its time. Spacey to the point of psychedelic, freeform to the point of jazz; Dlux was a master at those lean unpredictable grooves that have stood the test of time so well. Highlights include the sudden chops into funk breaks on "Drummer's Return" and the frantic gamey 8 bit bubbles of "I Gotcha Part 2". Ageless slammage.
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POD Records : 5 Years Part 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: POD 019. Rel: 20 May 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Djebali & Stephan Bazbaz - "J'Adore" (7:12)
  2. Boris Werner - "Omar Coming" (6:04)
  3. Politics Of Dancing - "Peace" (6:43)
  4. Rowlanz - "I Remember My Dream" (7:11)
Review: Politics Of Dancing celebrate five years of pristine deep and minimal house with this first installment in a series of various artist releases. Djebali and Stephan Bazbaz are in the mood for squelchy chords and undulating basslines on "J'Adore", while Boris Werner keeps things sleek and funky on the craftily executed "Omar Coming". Politics Of Dancing themselves kick off the B side with the gorgeous "Peace", and Rowlanz locks into a sharp and sassy minimal workout with lashings of jazzy goodness bedded into the groove. It's a package delivered with the high standards of dancefloor functionality and musical personality we've come to expect from the always-on-point Parisian label.
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  1. Dreamer G - "I Got The Feeling" (4:53)
  2. Precious - "Definition Of A Track" (4:47)
Review: With their "Foundations" series, DJ Spinna and Kai Alce continue to explore the formative years of house music culture, offering up seven-inch singles showcasing classic and overlooked gems. This fourth volume in the series contains two more must-have tracks subtly re-edited to fit the format by the effervescent Alce. First up on side A is Dreamer G's vocal anthem "I Got The Feeling", a 1992 NYC house classic - and Timmy Regisford favourite - produced by none other than Kerri Chandler. On the flip Spinna and Alce take us back to 1988, offering up an early New Jersey house production from the "Backroom Boys" team of Cassio Ware, Derek A. Jenkins and Dwayne Richardson, who would later find fame as DJ Spen. A superb song that's as soulful as you'd expect, it's largely been overlooked for over three decades.
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Gespielt von: Superbreak, Jason Hodges
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  1. Eddie C - "All Time Freak" (6:47)
  2. Napoleon - "Over & Done" (6:12)
  3. Sleazy McQueen & Vinyl Addicted - "Hot To Trot" (5:41)
  4. Patchworks - "Batracien" (5:08)
  5. Le Blanc - "We Can Fly" (4:40)
Review: Detroit/Houston joint venture Kolour are back with another instalment in the Tale Of Two Cities series - and this is one serious all star cast if we've ever seen it! The creme de la creme of nu-disco appears here, starting with crazy Canadian Eddie C kicking off the A side with the sunny slo-mo antics of "All Time Freak", followed by the one and only Napoleon! Simon Mills throws down some more of his usual sexy and lo-slung grooves on "Over & Done". On the flip, current scene favourite - the Whiskey Disco boss Sleazy McQueen teams up with Vinyl Addicted on a seriously hot edit of an underground classic (to those that know) on "Hot To Trot" while Lyon's Patchworks hands in another similarly 'respectful edit' on the sultry late night blues of "Batracien". Finally they head down under (to Adelaide, Australia that is!) for Le Blanc's funked up disco house jam "We Can Fly".
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Dekmantel 10 Years 04 (heavyweight vinyl 12" in die cut sleeve) (1 per customer)
Cat: DKMNTL 10YEARS04. Rel: 26 Jun 17
Electro
  1. The Egyptian Lover - "This That Old School" (5:48)
  2. Syracuse & Epsilove - "Scubatomic Love" (4:35)
  3. Palms Trax - "Honey Lemongina" (4:45)
  4. Interstellar Funk - "EFX Harmonix" (6:43)
Review: For the fourth volume in their tenth anniversary series, Dekmantel has decided to go all-out electro. Wisely, they've recruited scene legend the Egyptian Lover to kick things off. His "This That Old Skool" is an unashamed romp through early '80s nostalgia, with the eccentric producer peppering a sturdy TR-808 beat pattern with exotic synth lines, "Tour De France"-style heavy breathing and raw vocoder vocals. Syracuse and Epsilove wrap their skittish electro beats in chiming melodies, trippy acid lines and dreamy vocal snatches ("Scubatomic Love"), while Palms Trax necks a fistful of anti-depressants and delivers the pure endorphin rush that is the melodious and spacey "Honey Lemongina". Finally, fast-rising producer Interstellar Funk offers up a lesson in melodious electro/techno fusion on the standout "EFX Harmonix".
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Death Of The Machines Vol 1 (12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: MNQ 127. Rel: 02 Oct 18
Electro
  1. Exterminador - "Mohammed Bin Salman" (Tegeler mix) (4:17)
  2. Craow - "Lot" (7:06)
  3. R Gamble - "Dead Advice" (club mix) (8:08)
  4. Plastic Ivy - "Exit Strategy" (4:35)
Review: Pitch black EBM mutations await you on Mannequin's new EP series Death Of The Machines. Volume 1 features the man from the evil empire himself Exterminador, receiving a very Silent Servant sounding remix courtesy of Tegeler on "Mohammed Bin Salman", Providence based newcomer Sean Halpin aka Craow gets the darkwave vibes into full effect on "Lot", while New York City's Richard Gamble nails that classic Zoth Ommog style of old on the electrifying "Dead Advice" (club mix). On the B side, you're treated to some bold minimal wave by Philadelphia's Plastic Ivy - who's in great form on the chilling noir antics of "Exit Strategy".
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Rogue Resistance (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: AR 002. Rel: 08 Apr 19
Electro
  1. Exzakt - "Clarity" (The Lethal Agent remix) (6:14)
  2. BFX - "Coma" (5:53)
  3. Proto - "Dark Data Dancing" (5:49)
  4. Danny Electro - "Part Man Part Machine" (6:03)
Review: Straight up electro-bass coming at you from Boca Raton, Florida here on Ascendant Recordings - run and operated by Lethal Agent (of Analog to Future). The label's second release is a riveting various artist EP, featuring some legends of the Florida scene such as West Palm Beach's Larry "Exzakt" McCormick who gets a serving of body-bashing dystopia by Lethal Agent himself on the remix of "Clarity". Get familiar with 'electrocore' via the devastating "Coma" by BFX before flipping over to side B to welcome the return of Danny Electro on the booming sci-fi aesthetics of "Part Man Part Machine". Tip!
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La Chance Aux Chansons (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: JC 09. Rel: 05 Mar 18
Deep House
  1. Matthieu Faubourg - "A Long Way"
  2. Drezb - "Chemical Distortion"
  3. Pascal Viscardi - "Digital Illusion"
  4. Midori - "Distance" (feat Victor Santoni)
Review: Hailing from France but now based in Tokyo, Jazzy Couscous is a label that explores all kinds of sounds pivoting around the axis of jazz and deep house, but keeping things wide open for variety and experimentation. Following releases from Brawther, Klodio and more besides, it's time for a hefty various artists release that shows off a whole heap of talent. Matthieu Faubourg keeps thing pumping and Detroit-flavoured on "A Long Way", while Drezb smooths things out to a Chez Damier-influenced deep house groove. Pascal Viscardi gets things properly jacking on the deep-diving "Digital Illusion", and then the record closes out with the blissful ambient excursion of Midori featuring Victor Santoni's "Distance".
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Northern Axe Scent (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ANALOG 44. Rel: 29 May 18
Techno
  1. Freddy Fresh (Modulator) - "Dazed"
  2. Freddy Fresh (Modulator) - "Whirlybird"
  3. Paul Mix & Freddy Fresh - "Gates"
Review: US veteran and all round champion of any genre he turns his hand to, Freddy Fresh is still immersed in the game and slinging out essential jams at a rate of knots. He dons his Modulator guise for two tracks on this latest 12", keeping things decidedly raw and letting the machines do the talking. This is stripped back robot music, all primal drum machine rhythms and errant synth bleeps for synthetic souls. On the B side Fresh represses a track produced in collaboration with Paul Mix, which was originally released back in 1996. It's not hard to see why it's so in demand on the second hand market - a spellbinding slice of ambient techno from the golden era of the genre.
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Ben Sims pres Tribology Sampler 4 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MachineSampler 004. Rel: 10 Dec 18
Techno
  1. Function - "Introversion" (4:46)
  2. Psyk - "Voyager" (6:17)
  3. Truncate - "Rings" (5:23)
  4. Blasha & Allatt - "Broughton 93" (6:04)
Review: The fourth sampler from Ben Sims' mammoth Tribology mix features another four of the must-have exclusives from this crucial document of contemporary techno. Function leads the way with "Introversion", a spooky and sleekly designed deep driver marked out by thin slithers of displaced vocal. Tripeo plays the opposite tact with a bright and bold synth hook front and centre of the mix on "Sequoia", and then Truncate trickles down a pattering array of drum machine rhythms and fluttering melodic chimes on the stunning "Rings." Blasha & Allatt bring the tough stuff to the B2 with the jacked up energy of "Broughton 93" - their debut appearance no less and a very strong one at that.
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Cong Burn 01 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CB 01. Rel: 07 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. Haddon - "Not Coming To The Club Tonight"
  2. Howes - "Untitled"
  3. L Pearson - "PSR1170"
  4. Perfume Advert - "Dyn Horizontal Multiburst"
Review: Cong Burn is a new label that features a range of producers plying a more interesting twist on the standard deep house formula. Take opening case in point Haddon, who uses oodles of processing to create a slippery, shifting tripper out of "Not Coming To The Club" and instantly stepping aside from the run of the mill milieu. Howes then pops up with the snaking, ultra-deep electro abstractions of "Untitled". L Pearson is in a particularly cheeky mood with the scratchy micro-sampling fun of "PSR1170", calling to mind the crafty chops of Paradroid et al, and then Perfume Advert book end the release with some beautifully horizontal deep house for the subliminally minded to revel in.
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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: ENTROPY 002. Rel: 12 Jun 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Icicle & Proxima - "Outer Planes" (feat Ben Verse) (4:38)
  2. Icicle - "Dust Me Off" (4:32)
  3. Proxima - "Retrace" (4:33)
  4. Icicle & Proxima - "Deep Dreaming" (4:12)
Review: Icy's Entropy imprint hits its second outing and he's brought along his equally talented and uncompromising cousin Proxima for the ride. "Outer Planes" (with ex Pendulum MC Ben Verse) kickstarts the adventure with grainy, scratchy bass while Icy goes solo for "Dust Me Off" with a lolloping, technoid hypnosis jam and Proxima gets squelchy and savage on "Retrace". "Deep Dreaming" maintains balance with a final colab between the two... And it does so with serious wind tunnel harmonic drama. Feel the burn.
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Cat: CULTED 002. Rel: 20 Jun 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Inigo Vontier - "Cha Cha Cha" (6:47)
  2. Pietnev - "Nathan" (5:52)
  3. Dreem Lion - "Acid Se Con Do" (6:23)
  4. Alex Le Fan - "Mambo Jambo" (4:34)
Review: Less than three months have passed since the first volume in the Cult Edits series arrived in stores, but already the Multi-Culti crew has rustled up another quartet of weird and wonderful reworks. We're particularly enjoying the bizarre chanted vocals and druggy electrofunk flex of Inigo Vontier's brilliantly madcap "Cha Cha Cha", though the dense, post-punk Afro-tribal romp that is Dreem Lion's "Acid Se Con Do" is also superb. If percussion-laden heaviness is your thing, be sure to check Alex Le Tan's rework, which brilliantly breathes new life into a chant-tastic chunk of carnival ready drum circle insanity.
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Cat: RHYTHM 020. Rel: 17 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Made Of Glass (6:49)
  2. Disconnected (6:27)
  3. Second Term (7:19)
  4. Second Term (alternative) (6:17)
Review: Intergalactic Gary is no stranger to production, having released a swathe of Italo-influenced EPs as part of the Parallax Corporation. Even so, this collaboration with little-known Greek producer Pasiphae is something of a rarity, given that the bearded Dutchman's most last studio work slipped out some 15 years ago. The EP's four tracks were recorded in The Hague, and happily combine elements of cold-wave, IDM, electro, and moody but typically spacey techno. The quality threshold is refreshingly high throughout, with the two contrasting versions of flipside cut "Second Term" - and in particular the deep and atmospheric 'Alternate' mix - being our picks.
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  1. Tom Jay - "Hanging On"
  2. David Moran - "How About Drums"
  3. Nicola Brusegan - "Borne Out"
  4. Paul Ruddler - "That Piano"
  5. Victorius Black - "Just For This"
  6. Country Gents - "Keep On" (Rotty remix)
  7. MLH - "You + Me"
  8. Freak D - "Power Of Bass"
  9. Franqy & Bailey - "Detroit Sunrise"
Review: 124 Recordings know how to put together a deep house compilation, and they're sounding fierce on this latest, appropriately titled Levels Up. The jams come heavy and funky from a range of on-point operators, leading in with Tom Jay's quintessential New Jersey bump n grind on "Hanging On". David Moran is a little more shadowy but no less groovesome, while Nicola Brusegan takes things on a sweet and smooth tip. Across the whole double pack there are classically informed jams to satisfy the most weary deep house heads, but keep an ear out for the old-school flavoured heft of Freak D's "Power Of Bass", which should get some seriously jacking airtime in the right kind of dance.
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Lovetrax EP (transparent red vinyl 12")
Cat: WDSB 03. Rel: 01 Mar 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Sunshine Jones - "Lovergirl" (8:02)
  2. Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee - "Love Me Too" (5:28)
  3. Will Buck & PRTMNTO - "I Need Your Love" (6:40)
  4. Vagabundo Club Social - "Sonico Amor" (7:41)
Review: Perhaps we should think of Whiskey Disco's Small Batch series as their attempt at "artisan disco". Certainly, the re-edits on show should have a few hipsters - and plenty of disco DJs - stroking their hirsute chins in appreciation. Dubtribe Soundsystem's Sunshine Jones kicks things off with the mid-80s synth-pop-goes-acid-house brilliance of "Lovergirl", while regular collaborators Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee doff a cap to Sly & Robbie and Larry Levan on the dub disco vibes of "Love Me Too". Those after some high tempo jazz-funk-meets-disco-house thrills should check Will Buck and PRTMNTO's "I Need Your Love". As for Vagabundo Club Social's "Sonico Armor", it's a hazy, dub-flecked Balearic disco delight.
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EYA 004 (140 gram vinyl 12" + sticker)
Eya
Cat: EYA 004. Rel: 23 Apr 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Jos - "Planet Eya" (4:50)
  2. Evil Knebel - "Fire On The Moor" (5:15)
  3. Poten - "Intransigence" (8:03)
  4. Jos - "Purify" (5:29)
Review: The fourth release from London-based label Eya continues to shape out an intriguing identity that nods to classic techno tropes while charging ahead with their own agenda. Label boss Jos' "Planet Eya" sets a lively pace with its forthright drum machine jack offset by warm synth licks. Evil Knebel matches the tempo and weaves in a cosmic set of tones, which Poten then cosigns with the equally trippy, propulsive "Intransigence". Jos is back at the helm for closing track "Purify", which strikes a darker tone without losing that raw, vintage techno flavour that makes this label one to watch.
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Cat: UP 002. Rel: 03 Oct 18
Techno
  1. Korridor - "Geotetra" (8:00)
  2. PRG/M - "Quantum Decay" (5:51)
  3. Von Grall - "Umalog" (7:09)
  4. SHLTR - "Pashupatinath" (5:31)
Review: If you're after some clandestine, otherworldly late night techno, you could do worse than cop this four-way hoedown from Italian imprint Unita Psicofisica. Korridor sets the tone with "Geotetra", a far-sighted and foreboding chunk of leftfield techno hypnotism, while PRG/M serves up some modular electronics and mind-altering rhythms ("Quantum Decay"). Over on the flip, Von Grall continues on a similar theme with the spaced-out electronics and rhythmic density of "Umalog", before SHLTR brings us gently back to earth via the slowly shifting drones, classical ambient melodies and sparkling beauty of EP standout "Pashupatinath" (try saying that after a few too many bottles of Peroni).
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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: BRZ45 022. Rel: 20 Apr 15
International
  1. Rita Lee & Tutti Frutti - "Agora E Moda" (4:17)
  2. Pete Dunaway - "Supermarket" (4:52)
Review: Time for some Brazilian psychedelic boogie straight from 78. Erstwhile lead singer in Os Mutantes, with a personality thrice as big as the soaking wet bassline on "Agora E Moda", Rita Lee is no stranger to her motherland - even now. Flip for a huge soul injection courtesy of Pete Dunaway. Sounding English in every direction (from his name to his lyrics to the stunning, string-coated arrangement) he's actually Sao Paulo born and is a renowned multi-instrumentalist. Check this and you can tell in an instant. Stunning.
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Raw Joints #6.2 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SLPFNK 021. Rel: 20 May 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Lopaski - "Relapse" (6:53)
  2. Pascal Benjamin - "Mutual" (7:07)
  3. JAMM - "Borneo Beats" (5:15)
  4. SE62 - "Fear" (5:17)
Review: The always on-point SlapFunk continues its sixth round of Raw Joints with another four razor sharp jams from a gifted contingent of contemporary producers. Lopaski actually delivers something with the delicacy of Jan Jelinek's finest early micro house productions, but strapped to a more pronounced rhythmic undercarriage. Pascal Benjamin gets into a quintessential minimal house groove that sounds right at home on SlapFunk, while JAMM brings a tougher set of beats to the table. SE62 rounds things off with the loose and limber shuffle of "Fear", which doffs a cap to garage while keeping things dark and deadly.
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Needs 003 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NNFP 003. Rel: 16 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Lord Of The Isles - "Cryptolove" (3:20)
  2. Mehmet Aslan - "Escape" (5:00)
  3. Petwo Evans - "Trust The Mountain" (4:39)
  4. Bartellow - "1001" (Skrillex Theme) (8:13)
  5. N-Gynn - "Jumanji" (5:59)
Review: Bobby Pleasure's Needs label continues to gather steam behind a message of togetherness, raising money for worth causes and trying to help those less fortunate in society. On this third instalment Lord Of The Isles leads the way with a typically romantic swoon of analogue bass and gorgeous 80s synth strings, while Mehmet Aslan lays down an earthly prowler powered by organic instrumentation. "Trust The Mountain" introduces Petwo Evans with a daring strain of broken electronica heavy on the crackling signal processing. Bartellow's "1001 (Skrillex Theme)" is a craft machine disco workout, and then N-Gynn takes things tropical with the exotic tones and bold drum machine hits of "Jumanji".



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Tonight (7")
Cat: SR 005. Rel: 02 Feb 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Tonight (2:56)
  2. Tonight (instrumental) (2:55)
Review: E Da Boss (Myron & E/Pendletons) & Ishtar team up as 'Lucid Paradise' for their second release, produced by non other than Russia's finest, 'The Soul Surfers'. 'Tonight' is the accumulation of two Bay Area soul aficianados coming together to create a smooth & crisp, timeless yet modern cut. Written alongside UK's pioneering soul singer Gizelle Smith, 'Tonight' epitomises the talent of contemporary soul acts worldwide.
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Drome Tapes EP3 (140 gram vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: TABR 045. Rel: 03 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Models Over 18 - "IC"
  2. Paradize - "Violet, Noir, Jaune"
  3. Bitch & Bites - "Techdrea In Andromeda (Time/Space)"
  4. Bouhouz - "Fairy Tale"
Review: Tabernacle have an enviable instinct for visionary talents in the well-ploughed field of purist machine-powered techno and house, and their various artist releases can be a goldmine for new names to add to your watch list. So it goes on this latest transmission, kicking off with the dusty Chicago house styles of Models Over 18 before switching stance drastically to the splayed out tonal investigations of Paradize. Bitch & Bites are equally subversive, shirking dancefloor demands to apply classic techno motifs to a fractured but ultimately inviting strain of hardware-honed techno. That leaves it to Bouhouz to round the EP off with a gentle murmur of synth patterns carefully composed for a spiritual, subliminal end result.
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Trees (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: 50WEAPONS 050. Rel: 17 Dec 15
Techno
  1. Trees (with Paul St Hilaire) (7:41)
  2. 50 Trees (5:22)
Review: After a long, well-publicised farewell, Modeselektor's 50 Weapons label finally bits the dust, bowing out with a release from the owners. For the fiftieth and final record, the German pair have recruited long-time Rhythm & Sound vocalist Paul St Hilaire. He brings his baleful, shanty style delivery to the intense, rolling title track, and if anything tempers the intensity of the massive, shimmering chord builds that unfold as "Trees" progresses. On the other side, there's "50 Trees". On this occasion, Modeselektor decide to drop out the beats and the listener is left to contend with dark, textured sound scapes, a chilling but evocative goodbye to one of techno's key imprints.
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  1. Speed Display (Richard Fearless remix) (6:29)
  2. Speed Display (Richard Fearless Metal Box mix) (6:31)
Review: R.I.P. Dieter Moebius of Cluster and Harmonia fame, who sadly passed away this week. His spirit and influence will live on and here's a recent example to prove it. Richard Fearless turns in two awesome remixes of "Speed Display" which was originally produced in collaboration with the legendary fellow Krautrockers Conny Plank and Mani Neumeier back in 1983. The main remix injects some adrenaline into the original for some dark, peak time dancefloor action while the "Metal Box Mix" inadvertently sounds quite Detroit in this more mysterious and soulful techno rework.
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 in stock $9.29
Tropical Disco Records Vol 9 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: TDISCO 009. Rel: 08 May 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Moodena - "All That Jazz" (5:16)
  2. Sartorial - "Ruby" (6:27)
  3. Phazed Groove - "It Must Be Luv" (5:18)
  4. C Da Afro - "PlayHouse" (6:11)
Review: With only a few months between releases, Tropical Disco have gone from zero to disco heroes in just over 18 months. And it's not hard to hear why; proper digging, chunky cuts and full dancefloor focus as the label founders Sartorial (Alex Sartori) and Moodena (Tim Burnett) invite two new label crewmates to the party deck; Phazed Groove and C Da Afro. Each sailor bringing a different vibe from pure, uncut boogie to thumping Chi-town jazz-licked house, it's yet another perfect voyage. Balmy army!
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  1. Toshihko Mori - "I Got A Fun" (5:40)
  2. Pal Joey - "Harmony" (7:11)
  3. Manabu Nagayama & Soichi Terada - "Low Tension" (5:15)
  4. Nick Jones & Kaleem Shabazz - "The Experience" (3:55)
  5. Soichi Terada & Manabu Nagayama - "Walker" (5:28)
  6. Toshihko Mori - "Cold Seat" (7:35)
  7. Men From The East - "Midnight Cowboy" (7:29)
  8. Hiroshi Matsui - "Gioblitz" (5:35)
Review: Back in 1991, Hisa Ishioka joined forces with New York's King Street Sounds to launch BPM Records, a label largely dedicated to exploring the potential of Japanese deep house. The label's first release was La Ronde, an expansive double-pack containing material from some of the Japanese scene's brightest lights, and a smattering of US producers (most notably Pal Joey, whose dreamy and melodious "Harmony" remains a highlight). Here the package gets a timely reissue, allowing a new generation of house heads to bask in the spine-tingling beauty of killer cuts from Soichi Terada (alongside an impressive cast-list of collaborators), Toshihki Mori (the new Jersey-influenced loveliness of "Cold Sweat") and Men From The East (the brilliant "Midnight Cowboy", which predictably samples John Barry's harmonica-laden theme from the film of the same name).
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Alda EP (12")
Cat: STOCK0016. Rel: 19 Sep 06
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Motio & E Contact - "Do You See"
  2. Dario Zenker - "New Kids On Weed"
  3. Seph - "Phound"
  4. Pheek - "Previews"
Review: Brand new label hailing from Argentina by way of Germany, bringing you an amazing 4 track artist collaboration custom designed for fans of the stripped down Pheek-style phunk. Speaking of, Pheek contributes the awesome cut 'Previews' here alongside equally devastating jams from Dario Zenker 'New Kids On Weed', Seph's 'Phound' and Motio & E Contact with 'Do You See'.
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Afro Funk & Disco Gems Volume Ten (limited 7" in juno exclusive hand-stamped kraft paper inner sleeve + branded card outer sleeve + sticker)
Cat: MUKAT 064. Rel: 01 Apr 19
Funk
  1. Peter Yamson - "Everybody Dance" (3:51)
  2. Tala Am - "Get Up Tchamassi" (3:11)
Review: Mukatsuku's long running "Afro Funk & Disco Gems" series has always been a reliable source of obscure, high-quality dancefloor material from the African continent. This tenth edition is another must-have - on the A-side you'll find the synth-laden, boogie-era sunshine of "Everybody Dance", one of the undisputed highlights of Peter Yamson's in-demand (and notably hard to find) "Son Of Africa" LP. With wonderful vocals, glistening guitars, lolloping drum machine beats and some stellar synth work, the track ticks all the right boxes. Over on the flip there's a chance to own Cameroon legend Tala Andre Marie's 1981 classic "Get Up Tchamassi", whose snaking sax lines, elastic slap bass and dreamy chords are nothing less than sensational.As played by The Allergies,Smoov,Kalita, Faze Action,DJ Moar etc
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