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Cat: 628980 Rel: 21 Oct 16
12" Control Vinyl pressing for Serato DJ & Scratch Live using Serato’s NoiseMap control tone
Notes: This new line of performance vinyl features a re-mastered Serato NoiseMap Control Tone that is 6db louder than existing pressings, allowing for precise tracking, better vinyl wear and the most authentic feeling digital vinyl experience on the market.
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 3 in stock $18.82
Notes: A replacement Stanton scratch thin vinyl for Final Scratch V1.0 only.
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out of stock $16.20
Cat: 239012 Rel: 07 Oct 06
Official scratch thin vinyl replacement designed for Final Scratch V1.1-1.2 only
Notes: A replacement Stanton scratch thin vinyl for Final Scratch V1.1-1.2 only.
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out of stock $17.28
Notes: A replacement Stanton standard scratch thick vinyl for Final Scratch V1.1-V2 only.
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out of stock $15.94
Ride The Wave 2 (orange vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: OR 41. Rel: 20 Mar 18
  1. A Million Machines - "Synthetic Eyes" (4:46)
  2. Scannoir Project - "Loss Hellwyl" (7:03)
  3. Vox Low - "Galactic Pot Healer" (8:15)
  4. Stellar Tribe - "Infinite Space" (6:30)
Review: The Oraculo imprint simply cannot stop releasing the heat, even when the waves are as cold and tenebrous as this new collaborative EP! A Million Machines roll out the vintage sounding "Synthetic Eyes", a pure synth journey at its most romantic, while Scannoir Project's "Loss Hellwyl" tears the groove apart by replacing the vocals with all sorts of complex sonic structures from outer space. On the flipside, Vox Low's "Galactic Pot Healer" has more in common with downtempo and trip-hop than it does with EBM, and "Infinite Space" from Stellar Tribe delivers a deep, wondrous journey into the farthest reaches of the stratosphere. Intergalactic vibes.
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out of stock $18.64
Cat: BST X057. Rel: 13 May 19
  1. Who, What, Where, When & Why (Disco version) (5:10)
  2. No Promises (Disco version) (6:46)
Review: Best Records do it again, dusting down a searing slice of robo-funk from the early 80s that will pop your lock every which way. B Funk was a one-off project from Mario Boncaldo and Tony Carrasco, best known for their incredible work as Klein & MBO. They released the "Magic Spell" album in 1983, and it was loaded with richly produced Italo disco and proto house sounds - there's a good reason the original release has been fetching such crazy prices on the second hand market. Now Best have cherry picked two of the finest cuts from the album, sought out the extended disco versions from Carrasco's vaults, and given them a glorious new pressing.
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Cat: RS45 005DJLIMITED100. Rel: 19 Nov 13
  1. Best Thing (That Ever Happened)
  2. If I Could Only Be Sure
Review: Different label artwork on this version of just 100 only copies in existence with the red A label design and the words 'Special Disc Jockey Copy'

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Gespielt von: I Love 45's!
out of stock $16.20
Untill The World Ends (double 12")
Cat: BLCKTNL 014. Rel: 17 Mar 15
Drum And Bass
  1. Black Sun Empire/State Of Mind/PNC - "Untill The World Ends" (5:38)
  2. Black Sun Empire & State Of Mind - "Bad" (5:18)
  3. Black Sun Empire & State Of Mind - "Ego" (6:07)
  4. Black Sun Empire & State Of Mind - "Jack Nicholson" (4:33)
Review: Some of the biggest D&B cuts delivered so far this year, the digital release of "Until The World Ends" has caused so much havoc BSE can finally unleash the vinyl versions. And boy do they sound better for it on wax. From the savage roughage of the State Of Mind-co-piloted title track to the demonic, psy-minded techno bluntness of the riff on "Ego" via the planet-wide rips on "Bad", this is essentially a blue-print on how to creatively develop viciously dark, neuro drum & bass without compromise. Shucks, they've even got a tribute to one of the best actors of the past 50 years. Wave your white flags now.
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out of stock $17.28
The Violent Five (double 12")
Cat: BLCKTNL 027. Rel: 24 Jun 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Pull The Trigger (4:58)
  2. Skin Crawler (feat Tiki) (5:16)
  3. Thug (4:57)
  4. Kill That Noise (4:54)
Review: Five men on a violent mission: Dutch trio Black Sun Empire and New Zealand duo State Of Mind have been collaborating since 2008 with consistently huge results. Following last year's "Until The World Ends" comes another quartet of hurters; The Audio-on-steroids "Thug" was the first to be unleashed earlier this year to rapturous response. It's now joined by the equally gnarly "Pull The Trigger", the Tiki-fronted punk-like "Skin Crawler" and the metallic techno odyssey "Kill That Noise". Violence never sounded so good.
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out of stock $18.10
Cat: WONDER 68. Rel: 24 Sep 15
Deep House
  1. Bonobo - "Flashlight" (5:28)
  2. Gregory Porter - "Liquid Spirit" (Claptone remix) (6:21)
  3. Aero Manyelo - "Tshunga" (5:40)
  4. Sorceress - "Brother Dragonfly" (Pablo Sanchez remix) (5:11)
Review: Brooklyn's Wonderwheel imprint has been going strong since the mid noughties, and the label has always offered the best freshest that the world dance scene has to offer. Gliding between broken beat, nu jazz and house, their identity has never truly been reliant on one genre or form, and we like them all the more for it. This week sees the tenth installment of the Turntables On The Hudson series, another chapter in a fine collection of multi-faceted music for the lovers of something a little funky and different. Main man Bonobo comes through with "Flashlight" on the A-side, a tropical house tune with a gentle touch, while jazz funk legend Gregory Porter is remixed and housed-out by Claptone, the man's soulful vocals riding beautifully amid those kick drums and piano lines. On the B-side, "Tshunga" by Aero Manyelo is an Afro dance tune with a heavy dance backbone, while Pablo Sanchez turns "Brother Dragonfly" by Sorceress into a lo-fi house tune with a tight little percussion knot. Gorgeous!
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Cat: TFK 01. Rel: 22 Apr 15
  1. Bottin - "Ora Lo So" (5:48)
  2. Sleazy McQueen - "Back To Hell" (6:33)
  3. Albion - "Experimento" (3:54)
  4. The Ivory Boy - "Mare" (5:18)
  5. Avanti - "Bright Mezcal" (4:35)
Review: If you're going to launch a new re-edit series, it's probably wise to get some big hitters on board. That's certainly what the people behind Theme From Kaffe have done for their debut offering. Italian heavyweights Bottin lead the way with "Ora La So", a lo-slung, Clavinet-heavy chunk of dirty Balearica blessed with sleazy, whispered vocals. Sleazy McQueen continues the eccentric theme with the chugging reggae-disco bounce of "Back To Hell", before Albion ups the tempo on the dusty, vocoder-laden wonky disco chug of "Experimento". An excellent EP concludes with the sprawling soundtrack disco of Ivory Boy's "Mare" and "Bright Mezcal" by Avanti, a curiously bumpin chunk of dub disco weirdness blessed with alien synths and a brilliantly rubbery bassline.
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Illuminate (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 194. Rel: 12 Feb 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Illuminate (7:55)
  2. Radiate (9:08)
Review: Well there certainly are some killer collaborations at the moment and here's another one to add to the list! Swedish techno legends Aril Brikha (Art Of Vengeance) and Sebastian Mullaert (Wa Wu We) get in the studio to deliver a couple of emotive and soulful journeys through the techno realm. "Illuminate" features some evolving and infectious arpeggiations so typical of Mullaert's work, carried by some nice immersive pads. "Radiate" gets dubbier, this time with a melody more typical of Brikha, backed by a tight, well executed groove. A fine couple of journeys in atmospheric techno indeed.
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Split EP (10")
Cat: BVV 04. Rel: 06 Nov 18
  1. Bruta Non Calculant - "Gazoline" (3:36)
  2. Bruta Non Calculant - "The Same Part" (3:30)
  3. Bruta Non Calculant - "Distant Memory" (3:21)
  4. Bruta Non Calculant - "My Heart Strikes" (3:15)
  5. Swesor Bhrater - "You Have Nothing To Do But To Live" (4:47)
  6. Swesor Bhrater - "Carnaval" (2:30)
  7. Swesor Bhrater - "Twist In The Blaze" (4:05)
Review: The legendary Beta Evers kickstarted her Bodyvolt imprint back up again in 2015 and has been bringing back the darkness with her Black Spider Clan project, Black Pond (with Jeff Gallea) as well as a great various artists compilation last year. Two of the guests on the comp were Bruta Non Calculant and Swesor Bhrater - two aliases of legendary French producer Alexandre Gand (Le Syndicat Electronique) that make a return on this split EP. As Bruta Non Calculant, Gand explores rusty and guttural industrial/EBM mutations on the A side - the slow burning nightstalker antics of "Gazoline" and the snarling basement groove of "Distant Memory" standing out. On the flip, he explores the same frontiers as legendary New York legends Suicide on attitude driven synth-punk of "Twist In The Blaze" as Swesor Bhrater.
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Cat: WEBMG 08. Rel: 01 Nov 18
  1. BT (Brenda Taylor) - "You Can't Have Your Cake & Eat It Too" (Greg Wilson edit) (9:08)
  2. Forrrce - "Keep On Dubbin'" (Greg Wilson edit) (5:17)
  3. Raw Silk - "Do It To The Music" (Greg Wilson edit) (6:37)
  4. Shirley Lites - "Heat You Up" (Melt Down mix - Greg Wilson edit) (7:19)
Review: West End's double-pack re-edit series continues, with long-standing UK electrofunk hero and scalpel rework specialist Greg Wilson sharing a quartet of revisions. There are airings for two of Wilson's most sought-after scalpel works from the "Credit To The Edit" series - superb versions of Brenda Taylor's "You Can't Have Your Cake and Eat It Too" and Raw Silk's "Do It To The Music" - as well as a couple of previously heard rearrangements that are on-point as per usual. Wilson first adds even more mind-altering delays and low-slung dub disco flavour to Forrrce's "Keep On Dubbin'", before superbly stretching out the mostly instrumental "Melt Down Mix" of Shirley Lites' synth-laden peak-time classic "Heat You Up".
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Cat: WEBMG 08 (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Nov 18
  1. BT (Brenda Taylor) - "You Can't Have Your Cake & Eat It Too" (Greg Wilson edit) (9:08)
  2. Forrrce - "Keep On Dubbin'" (Greg Wilson edit) (5:17)
  3. Raw Silk - "Do It To The Music" (Greg Wilson edit) (6:37)
  4. Shirley Lites - "Heat You Up" (Melt Down mix - Greg Wilson edit) (7:19)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Box damaged, product unused & in perfect condition***

- Creasing to corner of sleeve

West End's double-pack re-edit series continues, with long-standing UK electrofunk hero and scalpel rework specialist Greg Wilson sharing a quartet of revisions. There are airings for two of Wilson's most sought-after scalpel works from the "Credit To The Edit" series - superb versions of Brenda Taylor's "You Can't Have Your Cake and Eat It Too" and Raw Silk's "Do It To The Music" - as well as a couple of previously heard rearrangements that are on-point as per usual. Wilson first adds even more mind-altering delays and low-slung dub disco flavour to Forrrce's "Keep On Dubbin'", before superbly stretching out the mostly instrumental "Melt Down Mix" of Shirley Lites' synth-laden peak-time classic "Heat You Up".
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  1. Choice 37 - "It's So Easy" (feat Lauren Santiago)
  2. The Earl - "A Letter For Us" (feat StresOne (Captions))
  3. Bobby Johnsom - "Cadillac Steeze"
  4. Captions (Formerly Longevity Crew) - "Drive"
  5. GB As The Abstract Eye - "The Year Was 2083"
  6. Choice 37 - "Choice 37 Visits Cuba"
  7. Nosaj Thing - "Aquarium"
Review: Untapped Sounds delivers a new compilation featuring GB, The Earl, Presto, Choice 37 and more. Hip-hop and downtempo and blending everything in between. A taste of Latin here, some street flow there, but all banging.
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out of stock $19.44
  1. Dave Clarke - "Southside"
  2. Surgeon - "Intro"
  3. Luke Slater - "All Exhale" (Trunk mix)
Review: The mighty David Clarke, Surgeon and Luke Slater all on one vinyl! It can only be one thing, the seventh instalment to the "Fuse: Ten Years" compilation. Dave Clarke's cut, "Southside", has been deleted for a long time.
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out of stock $15.40
Methlab 2 (gatefold heavyweight double 12")
Cat: BT 051. Rel: 14 Jun 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Current Value - "Pelham 123" (4:54)
  2. Billain - "Metal Jaws" (6:05)
  3. Optiv & Cza - "Sub Surface" (5:19)
  4. Disprove, Signal & Audeka - "Ritual" (5:16)
Review: Methlab: the agency behind some of the biggest names in tech D&B and innovative events around Europe continue their pact with Vegas & Maldini's Bad Taste imprint with the second instalment of in-house creations. As you'd expect, it's an all-out assault as Current Value leads the charge with a sizzling neuro racer "Pelham 212", the ever-innovative Billain tumbles behind with "Metal Jaws", a loose and frantic cut with drums that really shouldn't make sense, but definitely do. Elsewhere Optiv & Cza get gritty and abrasive on "Sub Surface" while Disprove, Signal and Audeka shove their middle fingers up at the space/time continuum with "Ritual". Brutal.
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Picnic Basket (coloured vinyl double 10")
Cat: UQ 045PT1/PT2. Rel: 25 Nov 13
Deep House
  1. Samuel Andre Madison aka Rev S - "This Thing"
  2. 2400 Operator - "NWS PT 1" (feat Rev S)
  3. DJ Jus Ed - "Let's Groove" (beats)
  4. DJ Jus Ed - "Let's Groove" (Medley mix)
Review: Jus Ed gets another slew of like-minded deep house heads together for the latest double-pack venture from Underground Quality. Samuel Andre Madison dominates the first disc with his Rev S moniker serving up a thoroughly bumpy jam anchored by an almighty kick on "This Thing", while he appears on 2400 Operator's more shuffling but equally mellow "NWS PT 1". Ed himself takes care of disc two with the smacking "beats" cut of "Let's Groove", which features some walloping drums off-set by tasty filtered synths in that plain and simple Jus Ed style. The "Medley" mix on the other hand features a bizarre reprisal of "I'm Coming" amongst other elements over the same "Let's Groove" track. Highly recommended.
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Take The N Train EP (limited 7")
Cat: OTS 108. Rel: 04 May 16
  1. Maryann Farra & Satin Soul - "Just A Little Timming" (LP version) (4:28)
  2. BT Express - "Peace Pipe" (DJ Nori edit) (5:26)
Review: Taken from original Paradise Garage resident DJ Nori's Take The N Train mix CD, Octave deliver two rarities on one 45" for the discerning selectors. Maryann Farra & Satin Soul's hooky disco soul stomper from 1976 is displayed in all its original illustriously orchestrated glory while Nori provides floor-firing edit of BT Express's equally hooky, equally sweaty, equally epic "Peace Pipe". Both guaranteed to fire up the most jaded of floors, don't sleep on this one.
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out of stock $16.48
Cat: UVAC 01. Rel: 04 Dec 14
Deep House
  1. DMX Krew - "Astro Logical"
  2. Sandrow M - "Prayervan" (live version)
  3. Jacob Korn - "Eieiei"
  4. Drvg Culture - "See You Again Someday"
Review: While the title evokes images of the Uncanny Valley crew getting up to sitcom-style scrapes while bumbling around Germany in a rickety old bus, there's an altogether simpler explanation for the Uncanny Vacation tag. Basically, it's a hook-up between the Dresden label and their pals from Munich's Permanent Vacation imprint, featuring tracks from both camps. Musically, there are plenty of thrills on offer, from the looped deep house-disco of Jacob Korn's "Eieiei" and bodypoppin' electro-meets-classic Italo of DMX Krew's "Astro Logical", to the woozy, almost Balearic analogue deep house of Drvg Culture's winding "See You Again Someday". It's as off-kilter but on-point as you'd expect. We'd still think the bus trip idea is a goer, mind.
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  1. Dorisburg - "Emotion"
  2. Falke - "Emotion"
  3. Sevensol & Bender - "Molly"
  4. Efdemin - "Plenum"
  5. Even Tuell - "Dramaqueen"
  6. Map Ache - "Enola"
  7. Johannes Beck - "Rendezvous"
Review: For their seventh release, Leipzig imprint Kann Records present Family Horror, a sumptuous double twelve selection of tracks from label holders, close friends and beloved artists. Proceedings commence in suitably deep surrounds via Dorisburg, a key part of the Aniara Recordings family who've arisen with such aplomb from Gothenburg of late. "Emotion" proves to be as captivating as anything they've done to date, with snatches of delicate vocals emerging from a glacial house throb and unfolding into something deep and warm. Elsewhere Chicago leaning ruffness from Sevensol & Bender on "Molly" is matched by Even Tuell's excellent "Dramaqueen" - an experimental track dominated by gaseous clouds of analogue bass. With further contributions from Efdemin, map.ache and Johannes Beck, this is a release that impresses upon first listen but truly captivates after repeated play.
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Cat: EOD 220EP. Rel: 04 Jul 13
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
  5. Track 5
  6. Track 6
  7. Track 7
Review: Also known as CN and 030303, Norwegian noisemaker EOD lays out a bountiful breakbeat spread that celebrates electronica's most formative phases without ever coming across as overly nostalgic or sentimental. Highlights include the early Orbital/Black Strobisms of "Track 2", the Inner City-style synth evangelism of "Track 5" and the thumping, psychedelic deep-space hypno bass belches of "Track 7". Explosive!
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out of stock $18.64
A Selection Of Works Part 1 (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: KNOE 7/1. Rel: 29 Jan 18
  1. Carl Finlow - "Count On It" (6:39)
  2. Silicon Scally - "Dark Matter" (7:08)
  3. Silicon Scally - "Moonax" (7:56)
  4. Voice Stealer - "Unintensional" (5:37)
  5. Silicon Scally - "Deep Dissolve" (7:36)
  6. Silicon Scally - "Auton" (6:07)
  7. Silicon Scally - "Pace" (7:03)
  8. Carl Finlow - "Wafer Thin" (6:28)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Carl Finlow is something of a cult hero in the British electronic underground, having turned his hand to many aliases and styles without pandering to hype, and that's surely why the discerning For Those That Knoe label have deemed him worthy of a showcase release. His works as Silicon Scally are a particular highlight, channeling the seediest streams of Detroit electro and injecting a little of that UK verve and swagger into the mix, with invariably stunning results. Watch out for the seductive bite of "Dark Matter" and the dystopian funk of "Deep Dissolve", but in truth every selection on this choice double pack is worthy of some serious platter time.
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out of stock $17.82
A Selection Of Works Part 2 (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: KNOE 7/2. Rel: 12 Mar 18
  1. Carl Finlow - "Islands"
  2. Carl Finlow - "Conflict"
  3. Voice Stealer - "Undercover"
  4. Silicon Scally - "Moment"
  5. Carl Finlow - "Equilibrium"
  6. Carl Finlow - "Texture Map"
  7. Voice Stealer - "Evaluation"
  8. Carl Finlow - "Endgame"
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Carl Finlow is one of the great unsung heroes of British electronic music, with a raft of aliases and projects that burst with inventive production, warmth and a sense of fun that so much slickly produced techno and electro misses. For Those That Knoe are doing the right thing in gathering together some choice cuts from over the years - the Voice Stealer jams in particular stand out with their miscreant tones and overall uneasy atmosphere tapping into the malaise of the darker Drexciya-related output. There are all shades of electro to be enjoyed on here though, and hopefully it'll place Finlow on the radar for a few more heads.
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What Goes Around (double 12")
Cat: EXITMINILP 003. Rel: 12 Dec 17
Drum And Bass
  1. Fixate - "What Goes Around" (5:36)
  2. Fixate & Skeptical - "The Rig Monkey" (4:11)
  3. Fixate - "Tweeked" (4:14)
  4. Fixate & Dismantle - "Firewater" (6:23)
  5. Fixate - "Rumours" (5:10)
  6. Fixate - "Murderers Dance Too" (4:11)
Review: Ease up selectors! London's Fixate returns to the mothership with this beastly six-tracker double 12". Covering all bases and styles, the whole selection is a toxic melting pot: "What Goes Around" is a celebration of every roller that ever was, "The Rig Monkey" (with Skeptical) is twisted halftime vibe with eerie humanised textures providing the main drive of the song while "Tweeked" staggers for a jag down techno town. Rounding up we're scorched with a little Latin piano heat on "Firewater" (with Dismantle) before signing out with the steppy danger growler "Rumours". Serious mischief music from the Richie Brain member once again.
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  1. The Golden Filter - "Kill Me" (John Talabot Killed In Room 616 refix)
  2. Chateau Marmont - "Nibiru" (Beautiful Swimmers Late Night Dubbing mix)
  3. A Sagittariun - "The Circle Stops Somewhere"
  4. Bot’ox meets Showgirls - "Grand Central"
Review: This month sees the release of Permanent Vacation 3, a third selection of favourites and lesser-known gems selected by label bosses Benji Frohlich and Tom Bioly. This four-track taster features some of the most potent material from the double CD collection, including the hard to find 2011 debut from A Sagittariun (the otherworldly techno brilliance of "The Circle Stops Somewhere") and Beautiful Swimmers' sublime, slo-mo Dub of Chateau Marmont's 2010 track "Nibru". There's also a chance to revel in the spine-tingling beauty of John Talabot's picturesque remix of The Golden Filter's "Kill Me", and gaze in loved-up wonder at the near Balearic loveliness of Bot'ox and Showgirls' "Grand Central".
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out of stock $18.91
Savage Bucharest (heavyweight vinyl double 12")
Cat: GFD 004. Rel: 07 Nov 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Guy From Downstairs & Floog - "Intro To The Jungle" (6:58)
  2. Guy From Downstairs & Dubsons - "Together With A Bag Of Sensi" (7:06)
  3. Guy From Downstairs & Morgan - "Scallywag" (8:33)
  4. Guy From Downstairs & Coriesu - "No Pressure" (10:23)
  5. Guy From Downstairs & Faster - "Zularic Tree" (7:05)
  6. Guy From Downstairs & Slip Y Time - "Tulgrav Tool" (6:50)
Review: Bucharest's Guy From Downstairs has been hailed as one of the brightest stars to emerge from his native city's local scene, with releases on Tvir, Robsoul and XII - not to mention his own GFD imprint: which until now was solely devoted to his own material. The new one on the label is a various artists compilation, which features some collaborations with some of Romania's finest talents. He serves up some deep trance induction on the minimal house cruiser "Intro To The Jungle" with newcomer Floog. Local heroes Dubsons pass off some of their studio knowledge on the summery liquid tech-house of "Together With A Bag Of Sensi" while his introduction to the work of Coriesu on "No Pressure" treads the same esoteric territory as familiar names like Vid or Nu Zau. Elsewhere, more upbeat jams come in courtesy of the always reliable Faster on the futuristic groove tool "Zularic Tree" (which will mix in well with your mOI or OdD records) and "Tulgrav Tool" with yet another newcomer named Slip Y Time. It takes things back into micro-house territory - which we thought was more than adequate. Top stuff here from the Romanian underground, don't sleep on this!
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Megatrap (double 12")
Cat: POWERHOUSE 505. Rel: 19 Jun 14
  1. Hex Factor
  2. It’s A Love Thing (The XXX mono mix)
  3. Megatrap (Real mix)
  4. Megatrap (4F mix)
  5. Hex Pad
  6. Megatrap (mix mix)
  7. Power Seat
  8. Think It
  9. The Higher (V2014)
Review: Right on cue, Rene Pawlowitz drops another set of Head High bangers just in time for summer. While previous releases from his much-loved Power House imprint have been short but sweet affairs, the brilliantly named Megatrap offers a full nine tracks of what Hard Wax have referred to quite concisely as "uplifting Breakbeat Techno in golden 1990s leaning style". Those who have heard the previous Head High material will know exactly what to expect, but there's still much excitement to be had in getting stuck into such a sizeable portion of throwback techno, the likes of which are likely to liven up any party. There was never any doubt, but Pawlowitz has done it again.
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out of stock $17.56
Cat: TEXT 035. Rel: 06 Jul 15
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Strings Of Life (7:43)
  2. Tongues (7:13)
Review: Kieran Hebden and Steve Reid's cover of "Strings of Life", recorded during a live show before the legendary jazz drummer's death in 2010, has almost achieved cult status, despite never before being released. It has only been aired in public once since, as a tribute to Reid on Gilles Peterson's Worldwide show. Hebden has finally bowed to the pressure, and here makes it available on vinyl for the first time. It is, of course, a superb cover version, with the duo re-casting Derrick May's original as a chunk of loose, cacophonous jazz-dance. Reid's drumming, in particular, is spectacular, culminating in the kind of sweaty, no-holds-barred solo that Ginger Baker would be proud of.
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out of stock $16.75
Klockworks 20.1 (double 12")
Cat: KLOCKWORKS 20.1. Rel: 03 Oct 17
  1. Etapp Kyle - "Essay" (5:29)
  2. Jon Hester - "Let's Go" (5:26)
  3. Adam Craft - "Aphite 49" (6:31)
  4. Sterac - "Lately" (6:37)
  5. Ben Klock - "Twenty" (6:29)
  6. DVS1 - "In The Middle" (6:39)
  7. Trevino - "Sombre Tones" (4:53)
Review: The good chaps over at Hardwax, Klockworks' own distribution network, are calling this a "perfectionist techno compilation" and, in their own words, it comes "warmly recommended". We agree with both of statements, and believe this to be a fine piece of work from the Ben Klock collective. Perhaps listeners won't hear anything drastically game-changing in here, but it is certainly all dance music of the highest calibre, from a collection of artists who have truly crafted a neat and elegant vision of techno music. On this double, the first in an upcoming series, there's a mixture of old and new faces all coming together to showcase the sound they've been so close to over the years; the wonderful Sterac makes an appearance with a refreshingly off-kilter blur of dub techno on "Lately", while Ben Klock himself comes through with the ice-cold bleeps of "Twenty", and the mighty DVS1 blasts out some penetrative percussion folds on "In The MIddle. Trevino rocks the boat with "Sombre Tones", whereas relative newcomers Etapp Kyle and Jon Hester turn in their own 5am bullets.
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Gespielt von: Ben Sims, Rolando, OHM, Jay Hill
 in stock $19.72
Twin Earth Atlantic (double 12")
Cat: EAT 005. Rel: 26 Jul 07
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Ro Lee/Ateeze - "Van"
  2. Skymark - "The Last Way"
  3. Ro Lee/Ateeze - "Remix Of Nothing"
  4. Low Res - "Dirty Lementable Scheme"
  5. Headset - "Grasping Claw"
  6. Ro Lee/Ateeze - "Bronze" (instrumental)
  7. Hearin' Aid - "The DIfference"
  8. Take - "Tonight Is"
  9. Aardvarck - "Money"
  10. George - "Her First Words"
  11. Ateeze - "Hyk"
Review: There are only 300 pressing of "Twin Earth Atlantic"! Don't miss this EAT Concrete release.
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Cat: SKR-BUB-SAN. Rel: 13 Feb 17
DJ Tools
  1. Piano, Uhh, Damn (0:07)
  2. Ahh, Yo Yeah, Danger (0:40)
  3. My Style Is Kinda Fresh, Yup (0:20)
  4. Woo!, Fuckin' Up The Spot, Bitch (0:20)
  5. Yeah, Misc Stabs, Drum Tracks (0:07)
  6. Non-Skipless Samples (0:29)
  7. Misc Synths (1:10)
  8. Goddamn Slaughter, Whip (0:23)
  9. Yo Check The Flow, Crazy Ill (0:23)
  10. String Stab, Drums (0:23)
  11. Phantasm Melody (0:23)
  12. Phrases, Cinematic Sounds, Guitar Riffs (0:38)
  13. Bass Tone (0:26)
Review: This skipless 7" scratch record comes from the mighty Lost Tone Pros and Skratcher Crew. It is full of new and classic sounds and sentences including drum hits and bass and synth tones. With 13 different sections designed to be skipless to keep you scratching.

For use on both regular and portable turntables.

An essential scratch release.
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LDN004 (double 12")
Cat: LDN 004. Rel: 19 Apr 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Lumieux - "Pista De Baile" (9:38)
  2. Zefzeed - "Spring Onion" (8:35)
  3. Nu Zau - "RDV Jeudi" (8:05)
  4. Vid - "Greazi" (7:58)
  5. Scott Kemp - "Suki" (8:43)
  6. Roon - "Zuki" (6:19)
  7. Rowlanz - "GRV" (7:02)
Review: You'd be correct is assuming LDN to be based in the British capital, but musically you just need to take a look at the tracklist on LDN004 and see almost straight away that it so far removed from it music wise. This time around label head honcho Scott Kemp curates an absolutely stellar cast of (mainly) Romanian minimal heroes on this new label compilation. Starting out with the charmingly exotic drift of Lumieux's "Rdv Jeudi" there's then the rolling deep groove of Nu Zau's "Spring Onion" with its odd field recordings backed by some amazingly rhythmic hypnotism. Master of the art VID appears on the flip with the bass driven reductionism of "Greazi" (which is guaranteed to move afterhours hedonists) while the tough and swinging deep house of London local Rowlanz's "G.R.V." is reminiscent of Monsieur Cedric or Ion Ludwig and the sort of track you can imagine aboard the Hoppetosse on a Sunday afternoon.
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  1. Makadem - "Nyako" (Jinku remix) (4:47)
  2. Black Classical - "Jeje" (4:13)
  3. Collocutor - "Agama" (Contours remix) (5:08)
  4. Sam Jones - "Group As Salaam Construct" (5:24)
  5. Daisho - "Simba" (4:10)
  6. Mugwisa International Xylophone - "Drop The Beat" (FYI Chris Acid Drop) (6:45)
  7. Penya - "Search It Out" (Peter Croce 4AM Fix) (7:18)
Review: The gloriously off-the-wall On The Corner imprint is back, ready to tear it down with its predictably unpredictable chain of artists who reside firmly in the 'ODDS' space. Much like the previous releases, this is a mixed bag of outernational goodness and jazzy sensibilities, offering a release which truly blurs the lines of the extended 'dance' space. Our top picks in running order: Black Classical's "JeJe" is one of the most innovstive uses of percussion and organ that we've heard this side of year, Sam Jones' "Group As Salaam Construct" is probably THE definition of off-kilter thanks to its lopsided beat groove, and "Simba" by Daisho takes the whole polyrhythmic equation onto the minimal end of the spectrum. Quirky, refreshing and absolutely recommended new strains of floor music.
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Cat: OR 38. Rel: 20 Mar 18
  1. Melania - "Underage" (4:05)
  2. Crystal Geometry - "Hammer On The Flag" (6:03)
  3. Unconscious - "Visceral" (5:25)
  4. Synths Versus Me - "The Dubdancer" (6:26)
Review: Girona based dark wave enthusiasts Oraculo are back with Larm Und Stahl - a compilation of EBM & industrial sounds utilising new approaches. This follows up some great releases by the likes of Boy Harsher, Scratch Massive and The Hacker in recent times. Berlin's Melania (Aufnahme + Wiedergabe) kicks off proceedings in style, with the brooding body music of "Underage", Grenoble's Crystal Geometry delivers the factory floor sounds of "Hammer On The Flag" (reminiscent of legends Test Department) and label bosses Vanessa Asbert and Nico Cabanas don their Synths Versus Me moniker for some deeply sinister gothic electronics on "The Dubdancer.
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  1. Facundo Mohrr & Valdovinos - "November" (9:24)
  2. Jamie Stevens & Joe Miller - "Wanderjahr" (6:34)
  3. Sebastien Leger - "Blowfish" (8:44)
  4. Rowee - "Butterflies" (7:00)
  5. Volen Sentir - "Arrival" (7:28)
  6. Jonas Rathsman - "Nazca" (7:25)
  7. Leo Grunbaum - "Beast In The Dark" (feat Luke Temple) (7:22)
  8. Mark Finkel & Viki Makrianis - "Anyone Who Had A Heart" (GHIZ retouch) (8:02)
Review: Lee Burridge & Co. serve up the 2018 Summer Sampler, the perfect soundtrack to those daytime fantasies above a central business district rooftop - where party animals dance to such style of life affirming grooves of the deeper spectrum. Highlights include: new label addition from Buenos Aires Facundo Mohrr (with Valdovinos) on the evocative and xylophone-led "November", the return of Sebastien Leger on the slinky and hypnotic tech-house of "Blowfish", Sweden's Jonas Rathsman serving up a slow-burning tribal rain dance on the sensual "Nazca" and saving the best for last is the track which really encapsulates the ADID vibe so succinctly - the very Pantha Du Prince sounding "Anyone Who Had A Heart" (GHIZ retouch) by Mark Finkel & Viki Makrianis.
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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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Klockworks 20.2 (double 12")
Cat: KLOCKWORKS 20.2. Rel: 03 Oct 17
  1. Newa - "Dance Of The Warrior" (6:40)
  2. Dax J - "Late Night Mistress" (4:51)
  3. ROD - "Extra" (4:16)
  4. Sterac - "Scientific Methods" (7:16)
  5. Troy - "Flux" (5:37)
  6. Heiko Laux - "Dark Fader" (4:25)
Review: Coming through with a steamrolling selection of techno tracks form the underbelly of Berlin's scene, it's the second chapter of the Klocksworks 20! Once again, newcomers and vintage favourites align on this collection of "perfectionist" techno; New debuts with the militant bass waves of "Dance Of The Warrior", while Holland's mighty Dax J turns in a violent wave of 90s reminiscent techno on "Late Night MIstress". The hyped-up ROD's "Extra" offers an unexpected wave of ambient delight, whereas Steve Rachmad aka Sterac returns with "Scientific Methods" in what is a shivering gunshot of industrial bleakness. Troy's "Flux", as the name suggests, hypnotises the dance floor with its heavy wash of drums and grey-scaled bass, leaving legend Heiko Laux to head for the dub wise flow on the masterfully deranged and distorted waves of "Dark Fader".
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Gespielt von: Ben Sims, Yotam Avni, S-File
out of stock $19.44
Invisible 004 EP (double 12")
Cat: INVISIBLE 004. Rel: 31 Aug 11
Drum And Bass
  1. Noisia & Phace - "Floating Zero" (Icicle remix)
  2. Zero T & FD - "After All"
  3. Sabre, Stray & Halogenix - "Askari"
  4. Cause4Concern - "Dead Weight"
Review: The fourth instalment in the exquisitely packaged Invisible series sees more D&B royalty flexing some serious heat across two slabs of heavyweight vinyl. The rugged, stuttering Icicle remix of Noisia & Phace's "Floating Zero" shares the first slab of wax with Zero T & FD's "After All". The second 12" features the moody, stripped back riddims of Sabre, Stray & Halogenix's "Askari" and Cause4Concern's menacing "Dead Weight". Don't sleep.
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The Vendetta EP (triple 12")
Cat: RH 77. Rel: 26 Jul 06
Drum And Bass
  1. Nphect - "Slith"
  2. System Noise - "Unto Jah"
  3. EBK - "Soma"
  4. The Riot - "Crowd Control"
  5. Gremlinz - "The Thorn"
  6. Tetradin - "Brainwave Assassin"
Review: Tasty triple pack from Renegade Hardware, new artists and established debuting additions to the roster make up the squad. TKDBZ label drop a stepping funk affair built for the big systems, reggae influence vox and Blue Note influences. C. EBK 'Soma' - big bass and moody modulation and synths along with tight dancefloor beats create a pure dancefloor killer D. The Riot 'Crowd Control' - last heard on Barcode on the 'Shades of Black' LP is a multiple break wonder, Reece and old skool stabs keep the track moving, Mentasm and male vox feature in the breakdown E. Gremlinz 'The Thorn' - Amen drumz, funky nassau and Mobb Deep vocals, choppaged and dancefloor friendly F. Tetradin 'Brainwave Assassin' - Debut on the label, vocal led neuro workout, strong synth sounds and eerie intros with 2 step beats.
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Posession (limited 10")
Cat: DSR 091. Rel: 29 Nov 13
  1. Possession
  2. Enchantment
  3. Monsters On The Rise!
  4. Interlude
Review: French label Desire spark up a full working relationship with pioneering producer Konrad Becker here following his commission to remix Ike Yard and their reissued edition of Monotonprodukt 07, his seminal early 80s album under the Monoton alias. Operations is Becker's latest creative endeavour and this four track Possession EP finds him operating in the crawlspace between synth pop, electronica and dub, seemingly exploring themes of a spectral nature with the assistance of vocalist Sela. Described by Desire as linking "21st century technology to ancient communication practices," the project is as political as it is dancefloor-focused and makes for compelling listening.
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  1. Original Love - "Love Vista" (feat Clementine - Larry Heard instrumental dub) (5:39)
  2. Shantell Sisters & Keva Band - "Ouch" (dub) (6:48)
  3. The Joneses - "Sugar Pie Guy" (Tee Scott club dub) (6:13)
Review: The Edit & Dub Recordings label out of Tokyo is seriously impressing us as of late, with this new remix EP being the best of their material to date. That's because they have the house master, Chicago dance wizard, Larry Heard aka Mr Fingers remixing Original Love's "Love Vista" into a gorgeous house track with a sublime dub sensibility that suits it down to the bone - this is tune of the week for us and we cannot recommend it enough. However, the dub version of "Ouch" by the Shantell Sisters & Keva Band, which is actually more of a disco banger, is no less masterful in its execution and italo-leaning tendencies. Finally, Tee Scott delivers a dub of "Sugar Pie Guy" by The Joneses, a percussion-heavy boogie monster with a buzzing bassline ready to conquer the floor good and proper.
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Recordings 1-4 (double 12")
Cat: RECORDING 1. Rel: 25 Feb 16
Deep House
  1. Recording 1 (9:09)
  2. Recording 2 (8:05)
  3. Recording 3 (6:47)
  4. Recording 4 (7:26)
Review: Porn Sword Tobacco and SUED co-founder SVN team up again for more smoked out excursions in futuristic deepness, this time on their own amusingly named label Recording. Side A is in (typically) lo-fi and dusty fashion that you'd expect from the pair, you can almost hear the tape fuzz and 'maybe' hear the lighter going off in the background, amongst the hypnotic bongo rhythms, the subdued field recordings and random sound design but that's what gives these loopy and minimalist DJ tools their charm. On the flip there's some downbeat and emotive expressions in techno soul on "Recording 3" with its wandering bleeps and woozy pads sounding like they got in the studio and dabbed with Derrick May circa '88, while "Recording 4" has the most dance floor dynamic in all its druggy and reductionist glory. It's like what they say about Leipzig: it's really great, just keep it a secret!
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Reaching Into My Brain (orange vinyl 12" + sticker + MP3 download code)
Cat: AMEN 010. Rel: 08 Apr 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Reaching Into My Brain (6:03)
  2. So Real (6:08)
Review: Moscow murkery! S.Kid follows the likes of Kid Lib, Tim Reaper and Dwarde with this outstanding Amenology debut. On the A side he asks us to delve into his cranial matter by way of glacial rush-riddled pads and savage breaks before a big sensual rave vocal softens the necksnap blow. On the B side he reminds us of the reality of the situation with the even choppier, bashier marching jam 'So Real'. Downpitched vocals, pranged out textures and a sub that's chubbier than a politician's wallet. Never miss a brain day.
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Cat: GOS 011. Rel: 26 May 15
  1. Pole (Jam XIV) (3:18)
  2. Missing Parts (Jam VI) (3:58)
  3. I Can Feel You (Jam III) (2:17)
  4. You Showed Me The Way (Jam V) (3:18)
  5. Utopie (Jam XI) (8:18)
  6. Back Pain/Pain Back (reprise) (5:45)
Review: Saaad is the Tolouse-based drone project by Romain Barbot, who works together with Greg Buffier. The duo have released on labels like Hands In the Dark and BLWBCK and have collaborated with sonic surrealists such as Insiden for Paris' In Paradisum imprint, but Saaad land on Russia's fledgling Grains Of Sand Records for their outing. Much like their previous output, Delayed Summer is a cinematic, HD-quality drone masterpiece, where apocalyptic swells of sound spread across a vast landscape. The opener "Pole (Jam XIV)" is ringing and full of doom, while other pieces such as "I Can Feel You (Jam III)" are more sinister and could easily accompany any sci-fi film made between 1970 and 1999. This is serious stuff, it's for the sound sommelier.
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Danzaguida (12")
Cat: DISK 013. Rel: 21 Nov 17
  1. Danzaguida (6:42)
  2. Fire/Wire (10:33)
  3. W (4:01)
  4. Tohc (8:54)
Review: Now, this is a label we absolutely adore! Germay's Disk imprint, a sub-label of the wider Diskant brand, headed by the needlessly fascinating Durian Brothers, returns to our shelves with newcomer Sabla. If these guys have gone out to recruit, you know that you're in for something special, and the opening "Danzaguida" is nothing short of breathtaking thanks to an improbable set of sounds guided by what seems to feel like a reversed beat pattern. "Fire/Wire" is an ominous glow of subdued harmonies terrifying didgeridoo bass, while "W" shimmers its cold, penetrative techno hook with the upmost off-kilterism, and "Tohc" goes all molecular with the help of some supremely wacky sonics. Nutty and recommended, as always.
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Gespielt von: Alexis Le-Tan
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A Wandering Journal (triple 12")
Cat: CRITLP 004. Rel: 26 Mar 10
Drum And Bass
  1. Peril
  2. Quarters
  3. The Intrepid
  4. Javelin
  5. A Wandering Journal (Rockwell's club mix)
  6. Follow Polaris
Review: As a companion piece to his debut album, London-based D&B producer Sabre drops this collection of club mixes of A Wondering Journal. Having had a variety of releases on Metalheadz and Renegade Hardware amongst others, Sabre's clearly at the top of his game right now as these dark and fascinating mixes prove.

While Peril fleshes out the beat with blazing hats and punchy snares, Sabre opts to pare things down on the majority of mixes, staying true to a gritty and grimy sound palette that oozes menace. Marvel for example is a tech-step stew of different dubby atmospheric textures all blended together seamlessly. Curious comes in slower at around 125bpm but doesn't feel disjointed from the rest of the album, such is the strength of Sabre's solid production across all of these tracks. Have It Your Way again keeps things minimal yet compelling, with every single percussion hit sparkling over the mix with crystal clarity. The stuttering beats on The Intrepid alone make this a collection well worth investigating if you enjoy your D&B glitchy, progressive and full of techy wonders.

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Boro Park EP (double 12")
Cat: HZN 018EP. Rel: 21 Mar 07
Drum And Bass
  1. Green Horn
  2. Stellar
  3. Latency
  4. El Presidente
Review: Released on Horizons, "Boro Park" is an EP which really encompasses all emotions. The ear Saburuko has for melody, mood and atmosphere is not seen in one set group, and has garnered praise from a slew of big name DJs, ranging from Grooverider and Fabio to Doc Scott, DJ Lee, Marcus Intalex, LTJ Bukem, Nookie, DJ Flight, Digital, Amit, Frost, Artificial Intelligence and Outrage.
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1080 Crispy (12" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: CASAA 001.
  1. 1080?
  2. Crispy Moonlight Bath
Review: No info available on this mysterious but excellent 12". Deep dub techno on the A-side, deep Detroit house vibes on the flip. 100 copies only.
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