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Singles
Time Horizon 2 (12" + hand-numbered insert limited to 250 copies)
Cat: XTIME 002. Rel: 25 Mar 19
Techno
  1. Andrea - "MT" (6:14)
  2. Anybody Anytime - "Uncomfortable" (live mix) (4:26)
  3. The Sympathizer - "Bad Dope" (3:59)
  4. Farron - "Cosmic Lies" (6:53)
  5. Kreggo - "La Mia Giungla" (4:44)
Review: Time Horizon's second episode enlists another team of dancefloor snipers delivering 5 brain-dancing tunes crafted appositively for late night use. After his appearance on the first XCPT record, Andrea is back on the label with his unmistakable shuffling drums and a heavy square bassline followed by Anybody Anytime covering the uptempo-zone with a rotative junglistic tool dressed with celestial pads; closing the A side TANS reveals his new robot alias The Sympathizer providing a neurotic electro progression fully based on his modular system. Flipping the records you will find two XCPT homies bringing the audience straight into Matera landscapes: Farron gets a 909 unceasing toms orchestra surrounded by his atmospheric leads while Kreggo illustrates clearly his hypnotic mid-low vision of breakbeat locked by a mystic bass for the whole track.
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Visitations (Chapter 1) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: EVENT 0017. Rel: 08 Apr 19
Techno
  1. Damon Wild - "Constant Search"
  2. Ben Sims - "Vicious Cycle"
  3. Steve Bicknell - "Chapter Of Self"
  4. Tadeo - "X Marks The Spot"
Review: The brilliant Chronicle has been quiet for a minute, but comes back in fine form with this keenly curated various artists 12" that re-affirms the label's vision of cerebral, deep and driving techno. Damon Wild shows his tender side on the gorgeous, immersive "Constant Search", while Ben Sims brings a tougher palette to bear on peak time percussive belter "Vicious Cycle". Steve Bicknell summons a fearsome, metallic dervish on the monolithic "Chapter Of Self", and Tadeo takes things bleepy, loopy and uplifting on "X Marks The Spot". It's a 12" of stunning modern techno from start to finish.

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  1. Bloody Mary - "Acetic" (6:28)
  2. Splice - "Tactile" (6:40)
  3. Thomas P Heckmann - "The Space Between" (9:50)
Review: Following up appearances by veterans such as Josh Wink, Hardfloor and Acid Rain (Milton Bradley), Dame Music takes no prisoners on the third installment of The Melting Pot, delivering another series of unrepentant 303 ultraviolence. Label chief Bloody Mary steps up to deliver the punishing and disorienting psychedelia of "Acetic" awash in gliding resonance from that little silver box plus clattering 909 mayhem. Splice then lunges straight for the jugular on "Tactile", a frantic session where the abrasive overdrive of the kick will have you begging for mercy. Finally, the legend Thomas P. Heckmann returns since his appearance on the series' first episode - he delivers the seething restrained fury of "The Space Between".
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Gespielt von: Vincent Inc, S-File
 in stock $10.00
HPNHS 001 (12")
Cat: HPNHS 001. Rel: 09 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Dawl - "Output" (6:10)
  2. Trippsy - "Flashback" (7:01)
  3. Fede Lijtmaer - "Passing By" (7:46)
  4. Wulffius - "Salty Breeze" (5:53)
Review: Some wicked underground sounds coming out of Ukraine (and beyond) on offer here by new imprint Hypnohouse. Darren Woollard aka Dawl who has been putting out some wicked grooves on Libertine, Furthur Electronix and Klasse Wrecks lately gets into some proper bleep techno action on "Output" while Kiev-based Trippsy finishes up the A side with the strobed-out and tunnelling sensations of "Flashback". Flip over for Uruguay's Fede Lijtmaer who channels some Dopplereffekt vibes on "Passing By" followed by Wulffius' retro techno jam "Salty Breeze". Tip!
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Gespielt von: Lostlojic (Noneside)
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Ben Sims pres Tribology Sampler 5 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MachineSampler 005. Rel: 10 Dec 18
Techno
  1. Marcel Fengler - "Cortex" (5:30)
  2. Alienata - "The 8th Passenger" (6:00)
  3. James Ruskin - "TZR" (5:06)
  4. Tripeo - "Sequoia" (5:50)
Review: It's quite remarkable just how much quality Ben Sims has managed to pack into the Tribology mix and its accompanying series of vinyl samplers. The fifth round shows no signs of going soft as it leads in with the sledgehammer thump of Marcel Fengler's "Cortex", showing the Berghain resident to be on formidable form. Alienata shakes things up with the slick yet sinister electro strains of "The 8th Passenger", and James Ruskin lands some heavy blows with the delirious synth cycles of "TZR". Psyk finishes things off in his signature style, looping up some nervy blips and bleeps around a restrained set of drums for the ultimate in techno hypnotism.
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Gespielt von: Ben Sims, Tasha, REKA
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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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AE 09 (Sanasol mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AE 09. Rel: 01 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Gus Gus - "Your Moves Are Mine" (Sanasol remix) (9:24)
  2. Thor - "Black" (7:32)
  3. Biogen - "Stream" (Sanasol Lost In Time remix) (6:39)
Review: Next up on the ever-excellent Oscillat is "Spellbound" by the supremely talented Matthew Dekay. This moving deep house jam uses a few key elements to make a soul-stirring confection for truly spine-tingling moments in the middle of the dance. From the slithers of vocal to the insistent key riff that bounces throughout, this is an outstanding slice of contemporary house music loaded with feeling. Mandar then take the original and inject it with a feisty peak time energy shot through with a little trancey magic and an acidic undertone. It's not a raging beast but rather an energizing workout for the brain and the body - just what you need in the midst of a marathon.
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  1. Yoshinori Hayashi - "Dissociative" (8:25)
  2. Telephones - "Kalimbalimbo" (6:12)
  3. DB.Source & Riccardo Schiro - "Montevago" (3:02)
  4. Dynamo Dreesen - "Reactivate" (7:59)
  5. Oyvind Morken & Kaman Leung - "Tunnel Visjon" (5:31)
  6. Acidboychair - "The End (At Any Speed)" (4:48)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Gravity Graffiti has been doing great things with its series of split 12"s already, but now the Italian label goes one better for its tenth release with this mighty double pack of heavy hitters. First up is the ever-untouchable Yoshinori Hayashi, who gets as straight up as he possibly could with the freaky house burner "Dissociative." Telephones is feeling particularly dubbed out and groovy on "Kalimbalimbo", while DB.Source and Riccardo Schiro take things strung out and textural on "Montevago". Dynamo Dreesen is in rave mode for the pepped up and delightfully weird "Reactivate", leaving the final side to Oyvind Morken & Kaman Leung's chugging "Tunnel Visjon" and the rubbery side swipes of Acidboychair's "The End (At Any Speed)".
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EYA 006 (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Eya
Cat: EYA 006. Rel: 07 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Innershades - "Deep In Space" (5:48)
  2. Innershades - "Operator Select" (4:35)
  3. Two Phase U - "It's Done" (7:50)
  4. Two Phase U - "No Agenda" (7:02)
  5. Otis - "Binary Phase" (7:27)
  6. Otis - "Nainoreprami" (6:37)
  7. Zots - "Sweep" (4:52)
  8. Zots - "Klyaksa" (4:25)
Review: EYA Records presents a double 12" of plush techno and house spanning styles, giving four producers the chance to showcase the breadth of their sound with two tracks each. Innershades brings emotive 90s swoon and peppy acid to the A side, before Two Phase U slips in a little uptempo robo-disco sauce and a feisty jack track. Otis takes things in the direction of wiggy proto-trance and bleep techno, and then Zots finishes up with freaky synth work dripping with mischievous personality. This is a set of tracks that demands to be noticed - don't sleep.
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LONEWOLF 001 (limited 140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LONEWOLF 001. Rel: 22 Jul 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Meta4 - "Four Body Centers" (7:20)
  2. Jorge Gamarra - "Pact" (6:36)
  3. Twophaseu - "Langan" (6:19)
  4. Meta4 - "666blank" (6:47)
Review: EYA Records branch out with this crafty, wriggling slab of freaky techno diversions on new imprint Lonewolf. Meta4 twists all kinds of gnarly subversion out of "Four Body Centers," where the funk of foundational Detroit techno collides with the rampant machine messing of UK acid for stunning results. There's an eerie ghost train vibe hovering over Jorge Gamarra's "Pact", while "Langan" by Twophaseu drops a fresh UK twist on electro. Meta4 returns to bookend this ear-snagging EP with the equally catchy oddball trysts of "666blank", another devilishly deviant slice of underground party music for the ghoulish crew.
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Ben Sims pres Tribology Sampler 3 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MachineSampler 003. Rel: 03 Dec 18
Techno
  1. Oscar Mulero - "The Calling" (5:35)
  2. O Aka Phase - "Distorted Logic" (5:16)
  3. Tasha - "In The Zone" (5:08)
  4. Ben Sims - "Drop Out" (5:01)
Review: The third sampler from Ben Sims' barnstorming Machine mix compilation presents another four cuts of militant, unrelenting techno from some of the finest operators in the field. Oscar Mulero heads up the A side with the spacious, ominous march of "The Calling," which contrasts sharply with the jacked up, tense energy of "Distorted Logic" by O Aka Phase. Tasha's "In The Zone" kicks of the B side in a head-spinning loop of rasping drums and disorienting layers, and then Sims himself rounds off the record with the poised and deadly "Drop Out." If you're after a potent collection of chiseled techno bombs guaranteed to do the business, then look no further.
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Secret Elements EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PERP 001. Rel: 22 Oct 18
Deep House
  1. Specter & Chicagodeep - "Sonar Pulse" (Linkwood edit)
  2. Chicagodeep - "Restless Nights"
  3. Taelue - "Social Anxiety"
  4. Taelue - "Rogue Access Point"
Review: REPRESS ALERT: The debut release from US label Perpetual Rhythms comes in the shape of an EP of collaborations and single drops entitled Secret Elements. Firecracker boss Linkwood provides some extra Chi-Town edge to the sombre melodies and science fiction synths of Specter & Chicagodeep's "Sonic Pulse" on his opening edit, whilst Chicagodeep's "Restless Nights" generates a mix of spacey, laid back vibes. The bleepy pulses of Taelue's "Social Anxiety" sounds close to what an Aphex Twin and Jerome Sydenham & Kerri Chandler house collaboration would result in, while the single rimshots and wallowing pads of "Rough Access Point" give the track a distinctly lonesome ambience.
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The Night Land Remixed (heavyweight vinyl 12")
R&S
Cat: RS 1807. Rel: 26 Apr 19
Techno
  1. Dins El Llit (Superpitcher remix) (11:02)
  2. The Ghosts Hood (Samo DJ remix) (8:53)
  3. Brutal Chugga Chugga (LB dub - Corp remix) (7:00)
Review: Talaboman's The Night Land LP was a definite 2017 highlight, as it managed to cross-pollinate all the best elements of the 'outsider' house debacle into one cohesive collection of tracks. Out through Belgium's mighty R&S, it was certain from the start that there would be some form of follow-up to the producer's wild and explorative shades of electronic dance. As such, the imprint have called up a selection of trusted characters from around the globe, starting with Superpitcher's deep and mystical version of "Dins El Llit", a reinterpretation that truly merits some attention of its own, particularly for how beautifully it levitates the original. TTT's newfound homeboy, Samo DJ, morphs the dreary sonics of "The Ghosts Hood" into an even deeper wormhole of dread, short of heading into total 303 oblivion; synth-head LB dub-Corp takes on "Brutal Chugga Chugga" and spins the original with the help of his characteristically edgy and off-kilter percussion work. A fine remix initiative. Recommended.
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Cat: LVNO 17. Rel: 08 Jan 19
Deep House
  1. Ephemeral Beauty
  2. Ephemeral Beauty (Joey Anderson)
  3. Mono No Aware
  4. Down So Long
Review: Love Notes strides into 2019 with a return visit by tape_hiss, last spotted on the label with the on-point Jacob's Ladder 12" in 2017. This time around the Brooklyn-based artist is unfurling twinkling, star-gazing, techno-tinted house to spellbind all manner of dancefloors. "Ephemeral Beauty" is positively sumptuous with its many layers of melodic interplay, giving remixer Joey Anderson more than enough material to work with. Anderson's version plays to his strengths as a weaver of understated, mechanical but soulful techno, setting the scene perfectly for B side tracks "Mono No Aware" and "Down So Long" to explore further avenues of deep, emotive machine music.
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Cat: DAME 039. Rel: 03 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Pleasure Unit (6:10)
  2. Pleasure Unit (Jerome Hill remix) (6:32)
  3. Pleasure Unit (Bloody Mary remix) (5:07)
  4. Pleasure Unit (Bloody Mary Drum Workout) (5:38)
Review: Story has it that UK techno legend Tim Taylor paid a visit to DJ Slip in Minneapolis, where they collaborated on "Pleasure Unit" back in 1998 - and it quickly became a cult track. The intention was to return to work on some tracks from that session, and they entertained the thought of releasing them as an alternative limited series project named "Fear Of Music" on Taylor's Missile imprint. 21 years later, Dame-Music proudly presents the original track in all its barrelling and austere intensity, remastered by Thomas P. Heckmann. It also features remixes by Super Rhythm Trax's Jerome Hill, plus a truly pounding rework by label boss Bloody Mary that can easily match the brute force of the original, complete with a bonus functional "Drum Workout" mix.
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Gespielt von: Jerome Hill, Billy Nasty
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Bombers (12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: 777 18. Rel: 19 Feb 19
Electro
  1. Textasy - "Highland Park Acid" (3:59)
  2. Textasy - "Hold Up Wait A Minute" (4:13)
  3. Nasty King Kurl - "No Thanks!" (6:07)
  4. Nasty King Kurl - "Sucka DJs" (feat Kiki) (5:46)
Review: More two-for-the-price-of-one brilliance from the 777 label, which in recent times has served up a number of EPs showcasing cuts from two or more artists. This time round, Texan booty-shaker Textasy handles side A, first serving up the clanging, distorted and skip-heavy electro-acid madness of "Highland Park Acid" before once again showing his love of Miami Bass via the fizzing, floor-friendly thrust of "Hold Up Wait A Minute". Sometime Serious Trouble contributor Nasty King Kurl comes to the fore on the flip. "No Thanks" is a wonderfully wild, twisted, bouncy and weighty chunk of acid-fired techno insanity, while Kiki collaboration "Sucka DJs" offers a twisted, 21st century take on the classic "booty bass" sound.
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Cat: OCD 004. Rel: 05 Aug 19
Techno
  1. Edge Road (5:55)
  2. Derwent Way (5:01)
  3. Holt Drive (4:50)
  4. The Alley (5:24)
Review: Thread is a collaborative project from Ben Micklewright and Marc Ashken, two long-standing figures in the UK's underground house and techno scene. After debuting in 2017 on Reach, the pair are back in action on O.C.D. with a varied selection of quirky machine jams. "Edge Road" is a twitchy tech house cut that nods to Thread's roots in the minimal scene, while "Derwent Way" explores a freaky strand of electro. "Holt Drive" has a more classic Drexciyan twist to it, and "The Alley" switches back into house mode with a heads-down wriggler that will worm its way into your cerebellum with ease.
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Meteorite (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: DC 194. Rel: 24 Oct 18
Techno
  1. Meteorite (5:58)
  2. Black Moon (7:43)
  3. Spacetime (6:06)
  4. Cosmos (6:35)
Review: Ascendant Bulgarian producer Timmo returns to Drumcode for his fourth release. You can bet that he's brought out the big guns for the main room at peak-time on the Meteorite EP. Featuring the brooding dancefloor drama of the title track, through to relentless bangers such as "Black Moon" which is properly geared for trancing out under the strobe light. On the flip are two fierce tools that are essential for any serious techno DJ: the acid express of "Spacetime" followed by the hypnotic "Cosmos" and its mesmerising melodic sequences.
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Cat: ARCHAICPRINT 001. Rel: 12 Jun 19
Techno
  1. Stanislav Tolkachev - "Sustainability #1" (5:57)
  2. Stanislav Tolkachev - "Sustainability #2" (6:40)
  3. The Transhumans - "Hipnomancer" (5:39)
  4. Dan Bohler - "Program & Control" (5:04)
Review: Having built up a following over five years via their popular podcast series, Spain's Archaic crew has decided to launch a label. Their first missive is a multi-artist, compilation style affair that should find its way into the record boxes of some serious techno DJs. Experienced Ukrainian producer Stanislav Tolkachev hands side A, first delivering the mind-altering peak-time throb of "Sustainability #1" - all restless distorted bass, locked-in drum machine beats and sharp, undulating electronic lead lines - before creating an intoxicating mood via the angular modular motifs and cyclical acid flashes of wonky workout "Sustainability #2". Berlin-based Spanish duo The Transhumans offer up a punchy peak-time techno throb-job rich on minor key riffs and increasingly wayward electronics, while Dan Bohler's "Program and Control" will batter you into submission via Surgeon-esque beats, industrial noises and metallic percussion hits.
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Gespielt von: Bran Lanen
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Radar (orange vinyl 12")
Cat: ED 116. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Radar (club mix) (6:02)
  2. Radar (bonus beats) (3:11)
  3. Radar (Deena Abdelwahed remix) (5:40)
  4. Radar (Dimitri From Paris remix) (6:01)
  5. Radar (Adesse Versions remix) (5:17)
  6. Radar (Borussia remix) (5:10)
Review: Domenico Torti is best known for his high profile remixes of Daft Punk, but this outing on Ed Banger finds him indulge in his first love: the sounds, colours and scenes of New York City in the 1980s. To help authenticate his quest, he enlists expert beat maker Afrika Bambaataa. Their single "Radar" is a wild disco ride with electro synth work and plenty of future retro motifs, from the vocoder vocals to the sounds of spacecrafts taking off. Deena Abdelwahed flips it into a heavy drum work out with rising chords, Dimitri From Paris layers in brilliantly funky bass and Adesse Versions and Borussia go for jacking club workouts.
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Cat: ST 014X. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Arrival (remix) (4:53)
  2. Amma (Moon mix) (5:17)
Review: Young Marco's admirable Safe Trip label continues to explore the archives of Antwerp-based Van Elsen brothers, offering up more early '90s gems from their wonderful - and previously under-appreciated - ambient techno project Trans-4M. Both tracks here are alternative versions of cuts from the duo's brilliant "Sublunar Oracles" album. On the A-side you'll find a previously unreleased remix of "Arrival" that wraps jaunty, sunrise-ready synth stabs, psychedelic electronics and chiming lead lines around a chunky, floor-friendly groove and thickset bassline. It's superb, as is flipside "Amma (Moon Mix)" - a 1993 12" B-side that adds a little humid, dancing-all-night-under-a-blanket-of-stars vibe to an already impressive ambient techno classic (think boisterous beats, starry ambient motifs, dreamy chords and subtle tribal influences).
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What Is Your Name? EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TS19 02. Rel: 07 May 19
Electro
  1. What Is Your Name? (vocal mix) (7:10)
  2. What Is Your Name? (instrumental) (6:02)
  3. What Is Your Name? (Acidulant remix) (6:41)
Review: The resurgent Transparent Sound outfit (made up of UK electro veterans Orson Bramley and Martin Brown) have been riding high since their classic "Punk Motherfucker" got picked up for a reissue from Pressure Traxx, finding favour with the Club der Visionaere set. They're back on their own label with a rich and plentiful EP loaded with robotic box jams, leading in with the dark and seductive body popping beatdown "What Is Your Name?". The vocal mix is killer, but there's also the added bonus of an instrumental take for those who prefer a pure machine sound. Acidulant also steps up with a blinding remix that does a great service to the original, threading some seriously nasty synth wriggles and wobbles into the mix.
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Gently Evil (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: TS 003LP. Rel: 16 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Pretend Like You Care (3:33)
  2. No Call From New York (6:40)
  3. Love Pony (2:40)
  4. Beneath The Beauty (6:58)
  5. One Kiss (5:20)
  6. A Thousand Yard Stare (6:13)
  7. Random Acts Of Thievery (5:13)
  8. Awful Mutation (7:16)
  9. Lying Tongues (Zero - Sum Games) (5:24)
Review: Long-serving electro project Transparent Sound come back full throttle with this expansive album of masterful machine music. Opening track "Pretend Like You Care" is a startling opener that feels like a wormhole back to the Cologne laboratories of the kosmische movement. The beats kick in proper from that point, and in consummate noirish fashion, with "No Call From New York", and proceed to trip through all manner of nocturnal dreamscapes lit in sleazy neon strip lighting. It's a lurid, evocative sound world the veteran duo concoct, and one you'll find yourself returning to again and again.
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Food For Thought (HVL mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BAS 007. Rel: 11 Feb 19
Techno
  1. Food For Thought (6:14)
  2. Resist (6:00)
  3. Tuesday Blues (8:11)
  4. Tuesday Blues (HVL Wreckage) (6:00)
Review: Traditionally, Darko Esser's outings as Tripeo have tended towards the hypnotic and trance inducing. It's notable, then, that his latest EP - the first Tripeo 12-inch for 18 months - mixes things up a little. "Food For Thought", for example, fixes melancholic, Convextion style musicality to crunchy, EBM-influenced techno drums, while the fuzzy, dirt-encrusted "Resist" sees the producer give deep electro an angular, lo-fi makeover. "Tuesday Blues", meanwhile, sees him stack layer upon layer of positive electronic melodies atop rubbery, Afro-house influenced techno drums before Bassiani/Horoom resident HVL rounds things off with his skittish, breakbeat-powered revision of "Food For Thought", which sounds like a giddy blast from the past despite the poignant nature of Esser's melodies.
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Cat: TRNT7 2. Rel: 22 Apr 19
Techno
  1. Track 1 (5:15)
  2. Track 2 (5:20)
Review: Raw analog acid tracks. Special record store day limited edition RED vinyl.
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The Bell (12")
Cat: BP 055. Rel: 03 Oct 19
Techno
  1. The Bell (5:17)
  2. Initials (5:48)
  3. Timbre (5:48)
Review: James Ruskin's Blueprint label might be more than 50 releases deep, but it is still turning out vital techno. Famous beer lover Truncate is behind this latest no nonsense three tracker and first up he races out of the blocks with the wall rattling kicks and brilliantly linear grooves of "The Bell" which indeed has some eerie bell sounds bringing mystery to proceedings. "Initials" is for the messier late night hours, with loose synths unfolding in unpredictable patterns and melting your mind. "Timbre" is then the atmospheric closer that takes you inwards. Timeless stuff.
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Wave 2 (hand-stamped heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: TRUNCATE 19. Rel: 17 May 19
Techno
  1. Wave 2 (5:16)
  2. Good Morning (V1) (5:52)
  3. Source (5:08)
Review: Deep, Detroit influenced techno.
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Automaton EP (reissue) (limited transparent green vinyl 12")
Cat: PBXC 4. Rel: 26 Mar 19
Electro
  1. Nemisis (5:31)
  2. Oscillator (bonus beats) (5:46)
  3. Techno It's On My Mind (5:48)
Review: With brand new interest in beats and rhythm once again coming into play, Puzzlebox label owner, Keith (K-1) Tucker, has now decided to revise and revisit the music from his catalog as "Puzzlebox Classics." "Atomaton EP" opens with "Nemesis", which brings on Tucker's signature Electro/Techno beats, a tough as nails funky bassline, and his trademark eerie strings. "Oscillator (bonus beats)" maintains that perfect beat, a dramatic bassline, and swinging percussion attitude to the fold before closer "Techno It's On My Mind" with its mind-bending arps and clicky pecussion shoot this off-world thumper into overdrive for your ears. If you like your snare hard and relentless, battling for attention against a triggered piece of electrofunk provided by a classic 'K-1' bassline, you're in for a treat.
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Access EP (12")
Cat: LIVITY 036. Rel: 08 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Heart Piece (5:02)
  2. Run (6:38)
  3. Contactless (6:02)
  4. SYNC-2020 (6:03)
Review: A new enigmatic duo from London named Two Shell present Livity Sounds' next installment. Their debut "Access EP" draws influence from the South London underground of the late '90s and early 00's, with a nod to more contemporary Bristol sounds across these four wicked tracks. From the off-kilter stepper that is "Heart Piece', through to the glacial and deconstructed dub techno of "Contactless" and the rolling bass-driven entrancer "SYNC-2020" - they have forged an EP of warm but stripped-down, deft UK style grooves to mark an anthemic debut. More groundbreaking future sounds from the ever reliable Bristol label.
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Universe (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MSQ 005. Rel: 08 Jul 19
Electro
  1. Umwelt - "Fallen Empire" (5:19)
  2. Moralez & The Horrorist - "Sleep When You Die" (instrumental) (4:43)
  3. Moralez & The Horrorist - "Sleep When You Die" (3:33)
  4. Alessandro Adriani - "Cosmic Transmissions" (5:56)
  5. Morah - "Track 5" (5:00)
Review: Russian label Mosaique has thus far carried some serious heat from artists like JASSS, Caron and Savage Grounds, and now they're shifting their nightmarish electro tendencies back to the various artists format of their Universe series. Umwelt leads the charge on this second installment with the eerie machine snarl of "Fallen Empire", followed up by two versions of the devilish "Sleep When You Die" by Moralez & The Horrorist. Alessandro Adriani is first up on the B side with the driving, noirish techno pulse of "Cosmic Transmissions," and then Morah rounds things off with the squelchy, spiky workout "Track 5".



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Previously Undisclosed Rituals III (12" + poster + MP3 download code)
Cat: VEYL 011. Rel: 02 Oct 19
Techno
  1. VTSS - "Toxic Bleach" (6:14)
  2. Alexey Volkov - "Vain" (5:12)
  3. Empire State - "Who You Are" (4:05)
  4. Terence Fixmer - "Always Through" (5:28)
  5. The Sixteen Steps - "Tales From The Old Country" (5:47)
  6. Neud Photo - "Plagued By Consciousness" (6:08)
Review: As was the case with its predecessors, the third volume in VEYL's ongoing "Previously Undisclosed Rituals" series is packed to the rafters with angry, lo-fi club cuts, paranoid pagan techno and wild, mind-altering dancefloor throb-jobs. It's all of a high standard, of course, but we're particularly enjoying the drowsy late night hypnotism of Terrence Fixmer's "Always Through", the pitch-black electronic body music of The Sixteen Steps' "Tales From The Old Country", the foreboding late night creepiness of Neud Photo's decidedly trippy "Plagued By Consciousness" and the rip-snorting techno stomp of VTSS's nails-hard opener "Toxic Bleach". In a word: intense.
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Alben
Reflections (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: PERP 014. Rel: 30 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. The 4th Dimension (2:59)
  2. Twin Flame (7:01)
  3. Rage Against Oppression (6:33)
  4. A Bleak Moment (3:19)
  5. The Sunken Place (7:50)
  6. Reflections (6:56)
Review: Perpetual Rhythms continue to offer up fresh variations on the deep house formula with this classy new drop from Taelue. Crooked electro experiment "The 4th Dimension" opens the record up to any number of possibilities, before the forthright pump of "Twin Flame" locks things into a haunting workout. "Rage Against Oppression" takes things in an angrier direction, all ragged and snarling production values with an acid-techno leaning. "A Bleak Moment" provides more space for exploration away from the floor, and then "The Sunken Place" sinks into sinister soundwaves driven by a nervy arpeggio. "Reflections" finishes the EP off with a trip into slow, spaced-out, acidic ambience.



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Edge Of Everything (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: NMLP 001. Rel: 07 May 19
Techno
  1. Berlin (3:31)
  2. Joshua & Goliath (3:57)
  3. Futures Betrayed (6:03)
  4. Open The Other Eye (3:16)
  5. Quantum Unfolding (8:07)
  6. Don't Use Your Eyes Now (0:44)
  7. Nicole (4:32)
  8. Raging Earth (8:54)
  9. Cages (6:35)
  10. Gegen (bonus track) (5:01)
  11. Post-Scarcity Anarchism (5:23)
  12. Dimension Jumping (5:34)
Review: Despite being active as a DJ, producer and remixer since the 1990s, Paula Temple has never released a solo album under her given name (her most recent, an abstract electronics set as Fragile X, was released way back in 2006). "Edge Of Everything", then, is big news. The live performance pioneer is in fine form throughout, giddily charging between symphonic creepiness (orchestral style opener "Berlin" and the more picturesque "Nicole"), intense dark room techno slammers ("Futures Betrayed", "Quantum Unfolding"), experimental interludes (the manipulated voices of "Don't Use Your Eyes Now"), retro-futurist psychedelic techno ("Raging Earth") and noisy, industrial-influenced dancefloor workouts ("Cages").
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AOD (CD)
Cat: RBCD 13. Rel: 16 Apr 19
Techno
  1. Forever Summer
  2. Warning Fails
  3. A Lovely Change
  4. Night Quake
  5. The Bad Boys
  6. Salsaro Ete
  7. 1:00 AM
  8. Kelly McGillis
Review: On their third album, Tiger & Woods have decided to flip the script a little, paying tribute to Italy's remote, rural clubs of the early 1980s. To do this, they've sampled up a wealth of material from Rome's boogie-inspired, Italo-disco era Full Time and Goodymusic labels and turned it into slow motion and mid-tempo gold. As a result, the album's eight tracks are altogether more sun-kissed and Balearic in feel than their electrofunk-inspired club jams of old, though this is no bad thing. In fact, there's an argument to suggest that "AOD" (it stands for Adult Oriented Dance apparently) is their most enjoyable and listenable album to date, with less reliance on heavyweight loop jams and more intricate musical touches. However you spin it, "AOD" is a glassy-eyed, loved up triumph.
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Age Of Aquarius (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: HJP 088. Rel: 17 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Creator God (10:07)
  2. Alan (6:56)
  3. Ogun Calling (1:39)
  4. Eye Of Ra (6:21)
  5. Woman Of Amazon (6:38)
  6. Self/Distance (6:22)
  7. Paradise Lost (6:43)
  8. Frequency Interference (5:55)
  9. Cradle To The Sunset (2:37)
Review: Tribe Of Colin have done a good job of keeping their identity unknown despite plenty of well received releases. Honest Jon's gets a fourth album from the enigmatic artist(s) that deals in sludgy techno, dubby steppers and pulsing electronic music that harks back to the streets of Detroit as much as hinting at a future London landscape long after humans have long gone. Twisted synths, shimmering percussion, dark chords and complex rhythms are interwoven with gritty textures and field recordings from around the world to make it a spellbinding listen. Fans of Actress and Andy Stott will love.
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Gespielt von: Alexis Le-Tan
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