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Rave Or Die 11 (coloured vinyl 10")
Cat: ROD 11. Rel: 09 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Ansome - "Vakuum" (5:09)
  2. Umwelt - "Affres" (5:09)
Review: For the latest single on Umwelt's essential Rave or Die label, the Lyon-based producer finds himself sharing vinyl space with Perc Trax regular Ansome. The South London producer handles side A, assaulting the senses via distorted breakbeats, chilling, held-note horror strings and gory electronic riffs on the industrial techno insanity of "Vakuum". Umwelt's track, "Affres", explores similar sonic territory, though his use of macabre audio loops, redlined electronics and rapid-fire, ray gun drumbeats gives the track a much more rolling and hypnotic feel. Both cuts are wild-eyed and aggressive in tone, even if they are every bit as sci-fi as classic Detroit cuts.
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Gespielt von: Jerome Hill
 in stock $11.49
Echoes (limited 12")
Cat: NHS 325T. Rel: 18 Apr 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Apex - "Echoes" (5:16)
  2. Unknown Error - "The Yearning" (Super VIP mix) (9:24)
Review: It's been seven months now since the death of Rob Dickeson AKA Apex stunned the drum and bass community. "Echoes" is the last known track that Dickeson completed and is being released by Hospital Records in order to raise funds for Help Musicians UK's Music Minds Matter campaign. It's rather good, too, with poignant pianos, stirring strings and melancholic chords floating over a snappy, liquid funk beat. It's accompanied on the flipside by a fantastic, floor-friendly "Super VIP" mix of "Yearning", a soaring 2006 cut Dickeson produced alongside Jim Gash as Unknown Error. Top tracks and a worthy cause: this should be an essential purchase for D&B heads everywhere.
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Various Artists Vol 1 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VOV 07. Rel: 24 Jul 17
Deep House
  1. Bubbadog - "Goin' Round" (5:46)
  2. Minus The Majors - "Strole On Through" (6:44)
  3. Alex Zuiev - "Down By The River" (7:42)
  4. Ugly Frankie - "Your Ears Look Great" (6:46)
Review: Vinyl Only reach their seventh release with a fresh grip of lesser known producers bringing high grade grooves to the table. Bubbadog opens the 12" up in a woozy fashion with the warbling piano chords of "Goin' Round", capturing a time-slip mood that carries through to the dusty jazz soaked beat down of Minus The Majors' "Strole On Through". On the B-side, Alex Zuiev gets into an exotic, chiming, 80s-inflected mood on "Down By The River", creating a slow-burning dancefloor heater out of classic ingredients. Ugly Frankie finishes the EP off with the stripped down funk of "Your Ears Look Great".
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  1. Crown Prince Of Waterford - "Getting Fingered On The Waltzers" (13:19)
  2. Island Times - "Together" (5:47)
  3. Umberto Lumber - "Between Those Sheets" (4:54)
Review: Chubby Irish groove hounds Fatty Fatty return with another sublime funk-stacked V/A three tracker. Local lad Crown Prince Of Waterford (not to be confused with the legendary blues singer) lays down a furiously funky jam about having fun at the fairground while fellow Emerald Isle strutter Island Times returns Fatty Fatty with a loose-limbed falsetto-loaded twanger. Finally, we fly off into the Italian sunset with a stunning slow jam from Umberto Lumber. A twinkling slo-mo chugger with serious cosmic tendencies, what a way to finish an EP.
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Pink Apples (limited hand-stamped hand-numbered 12" in a screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: PHNAFN 002PURPLE. Rel: 02 Feb 15
Deep House
  1. Scorpio Things Related
  2. Cant Take You Down
  3. Spend With It
  4. Stick With It
Review: It's a new Palham Music episode, people! The German label has been at the forefront of the house-techno underground for over ten years now, and thanks to releases by artists such as Lowtec and The Analog Roland Orchestra, among others, Dan Bust's imprint has always been given the respect it deserves. For their new, limited Purple Series, it's Cologne's Ugly Drums who comes through with his singular brand of funked-up dance music! "Scorpio Things Related" is a Theo Parrish Kinda tune - jittery percussion and sweet chords - while "Can't Take You Down is deeper and more cerebral thanks to its broken beat and lower-than-low-end! On the flip, "Spend With It" showcases some more of Ugly Drums' inimitable percussion flex, whereas "Stick With It" is pure soulful house magic. Ah, what a load of sweet cuts! Screen-printed jackets!
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The Floor Mixes (limited hand-numbered blue vinyl 12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: MW 065. Rel: 19 Dec 17
Techno
  1. Five Times Of Dust - "Computer Bank" (The Floor mix) (7:12)
  2. Five Times Of Dust - "Armoured Car" (6:57)
  3. Unovidual & Tara Cross - "Like I Am, Comme Je Suis" (The Floor mix) (7:11)
  4. Unovidual & Tara Cross - "Imponative" (3:28)
Review: Thanks to the eternally revered Minimal Wave imprint, out of NYC, Mark Phillips and Robert Lawrence's Five Times Of Dust project is going through a bit of a revival. The duo had first released some post-punk cassettes back in the 80s, and they clearly have not been forgotten. On this new remix EP, "Computer Bank" is given a makeover in the form of a The Floor remix, who proceeds to add all sorts of quirkiness over the tune's tough, heavy bass and driving rhythm; "Armoured Car" breaks the 4/4 in favour of something much closer to the band's original drum machine style. Once again, on the flip, we have a remix of "Like I Am, Comme Je Suis" by The Floor, who throws up a gnarly electro bass onto shady, neo-romantic vocals, and the whole things is finished off by "Imponative" from Unovodual and Tara Cross, who produce a slow, heady industrial groove for the dancefloor.
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Gespielt von: Alexis Le-Tan, Dj soFa
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Volume 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PB 001. Rel: 15 Aug 16
Techno
  1. The Holy Fix - "Black Rubber"
  2. Khidja - "World Of Noon"
  3. Borusiade - "Marsch"
  4. Utopus - "Re-Velvet"
Review: P-Balans is a new imprint in the Future Nuggets emerging constellation. A tehnodelia ramification within the Bucharest electronic scene that will host rising names like Khidja and Borusiade while introducing new characters like The Holy Fix (Camil Dumitrescu, co-member of Delusion Men) and Utopus (Ion D, producer of Steaua de Mare, Raze de Soare, Anahore?ii among others) already featured on "Sounds on the Unheard from Romania vol. 2". Keeping the same strategies of fusion and diffusion as Future Nuggets, P-Balans will explore the space traversal to techno, entering and exiting the dark halls of the club through multiple doors.
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Drifted Mid-Flow Series #001 (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: DMF 001. Rel: 01 Oct 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Henry Hyde - "Perchin'" (6:19)
  2. Lee Hume - "Vanishingmondaze" (6:04)
  3. Martinez - "Horizons" (6:42)
  4. Amathia - "Fraggle" (4:32)
  5. Alicia Hush - "Pickle Paradox" (6:04)
  6. Bilal - "Electric Cafe" (6:09)
  7. Unai Trotti - "Delta Papa" (7:12)
  8. Voigtmann - "Infinity" (5:51)
Review: The Drifted Flow label made an early move in 2015 with a release from Tommy Vicari Jnr, but now returns with an entirely different premise - an eight-track double pack of fresh, invigorating minimal house jams from lesser-known and adventurous producers. Henry Hyde gets the collection off to a strong start with the wobbly funk of "Perchin," all dirty bass wobble and loose swinging rhythms. Elsewhere Martinez flirts with the crooked thump of electro, Alicia Hush wriggles through an abstraction of garage and Bilal channels a little of the Boogizm magic you might expect from S-Max or Fym. Overall, it's a release loaded with personality and flair for minimal spinners wanting some spicier ingredients for their mix.
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Rave Or Die 10 (gold vinyl 10")
Cat: ROD 10. Rel: 29 Mar 19
Techno
  1. I Hate Models - "Requiem Of Desolation" (9:39)
  2. Umwelt - "Requiem Of Haunted Warehouse" (6:39)
Review: Given a choice between raving or dying, almost all of us would grab a whistle, crack open a fresh pot of Vicks and head straight for the nearest warehouse. That's certainly the approach that would be taken by Rave or Die label boss Umwelt, whose releases continue to sound track messy nights out in fields and former factories the world over. His contribution to the label's tenth EP, "Requiem For A Haunted Warehouse", is fittingly titled: its spooky melody lines, unsettling low-end chords and bustling, house-tempo hardcore breakbeats could easily soundtrack an occult gathering of techno Ghostbusters. Fellow French producer I Hate Models takes a slightly different approach on the A-side, wrapping mutilated ice cream van chimes and intense acid lines around a thumping, kick-drum heavy rhythm track.
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Gespielt von: Choronzon
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EFIMERA (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MND 39. Rel: 21 May 18
Deep House
  1. Owen Jay & Brian James - "Niko's Groove"
  2. Owen Jay & Brian James - "Imagery"
  3. Untitled - "Seafood"
  4. Blue Vulva & The Electronic Crooner - "Vulbitch Bazaar"
Review: Minuendo keep things interesting on this latest various artists 12", primarily focusing on Owen Jay and Brian James on the A side for two tracks of adventurous experimentation on the wild frontier of minimal house music. The wobbly synth running through "Niko's Groove" is a real head turner, while "Imagery" nudges the grand tradition of dub house into a new pocket of ambience that draws you in immediately. There's a lovely, classic deep house joint from Untitled called "Seafood", and then Blue Vulva & The Electronic Crooner completely flip the script on the B2 with rowdy acid burner "Vulbitch Bazaar".
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Cat: TX 2018001. Rel: 14 Feb 18
Deep House
  1. Frankie Knuckles - "Baby Wants To Ride" (8:38)
  2. Frankie Knuckles - "Bad Boy" (6:20)
  3. Dancer - "Boom Boom" (7:46)
  4. Frankie Knuckles - "Waiting On My Angel" (club mix) (7:21)
  5. Frankie Knuckles - "Your Love" (original 12" mix) (6:43)
  6. Kevin Irving - "Children Of The Night" (5:45)
  7. Frankie Knuckles - "It's A Cold World" (feat Jamie Principle) (5:43)
Review: As the four-year anniversary of Frankie Knuckles' death approaches, Trax has decided to reissue Ultimate Production, a re-titled collection of some of his finest Chicago-era moments that first appeared (with a slightly different track list) in 1991. All of the Godfather of House's early must-have cuts are present - think "Your Love", "Baby Wants To Ride", "It's a Cold World" and "Waiting on an Angel" - alongside a smattering of lesser-celebrated gems and his essential remixes of Dancer's "Boom Boom" and Kevin Irving's "Children of the Night". Crucially, this time round they've decided to stretch the tracks across two slabs of wax rather than one, allowing for louder re-mastered cuts.
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Gespielt von: Vincent Inc, Paul Starey
 in stock $20.13
Split EP 7 (12")
Cat: COT 20. Rel: 20 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Arnaud Le Texier - "Ooze" (5:37)
  2. Arnaud Le Texier - "Le Gratteur" (5:38)
  3. Unbalance - "Warehouse Tool 2" (6:11)
  4. Unbalance - "Warehouse Tool 3" (5:46)
Review: UK based French underdog Arnaud Le Texier returns on his Children Of Tomorrow imprint with a collection of fierce and functional cuts for clandestine warehouse parties. On the Spilt 7 EP, the label head honcho himself takes care of proceedings on the A side: with the tunnelling, mentalist epic "Ooze" that's perfect to take the punters further down the spiral, while the greyscale and textural mood of "Le Gratteur" calls to mind the sinister industrial experiments of Shifted's Avian imprint. On the flip, the reins are handed over to Russian producer Unbalanced - who hasn't been on our radar for a while, but we're certainly curious to hear what he's been up to since his stellar releases on his eponymous and Rebalance imprints. Indeed "Warehouse Tool 2 & 3" respectively do exactly what they say on the tin. These two seething, steely and austere cuts are perfect for maintaining the adrenaline levels on the dancefloor.
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Cat: PPC 10. Rel: 14 Jan 19
UK Garage
  1. Sinan Mercenk - "Mellow Mellow"
  2. Templeton Peck - "Sweat Mix 2"
  3. Uschi Classen - "Take Me High"
Review: Plastik People are back with another volume of unmissable torch bearers for true-skool garage lovers to rejoice at. Things stride in bright and bold with "Mellow Mellow," which plays a dummy move with its trippy sound FX intro before ripping into a romping, sax-fuelled bumper courtesy of seasoned pro Sinan Mercenk. Templeton Peck takes things deeper on "Sweat Mix 2" - a forgotten gem from the golden age of 2-step. Meanwhile Uschi Classen makes things truly dreamy on the woozy but utterly funky "Take Me High," a seriously deep cut previously only available on white label.
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Cat: AOD 002. Rel: 04 Mar 19
Techno
  1. Omar - "Zum" (6:06)
  2. Omar - "Adheuz" (7:12)
  3. Unai Trotti - "Thisorden" (6:08)
  4. Unai Trotti - "Pirupipi" (7:35)
Review: For the second outing on their offshoot label, London's Art of Dark crew has handed over the reigns to Uruguayan artist Omar Chibbaro (best known for his outings on CABARET and My Own Jupiter) and Cartulis Music co-owner Unai Trotti. Chibbaro handles side A, first offering up the rubbery bleep techno/Drexciyan electro-funk fusion of "Zum" before slamming down the blackened beats, hypnotizing bleeps and twisted acid lines of "Adheuz". Over on side B, Trotti offers two tasty peak-time workouts: the snappy, bleeping retro-futurism of "Thisorden" and "Pirupipi", where deep space chords and angular electronics cluster around a weighty, forthright groove.
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Cat: MTRON 001. Rel: 01 Jul 16
Electro
  1. Sync 24 & Luke Eargoggle - "Broken Electronix" (5:47)
  2. UHU - "Never See" (4:00)
  3. Privacy - "Miss You" (5:47)
  4. Etcher - "Super-Translations" (5:53)
Review: Drawn together by a common "passion for the connection between man, mechanics and electronics", the artists on Mechatronica label all well-versed in the art of electro. Veterans Sync24 and Luke Eargoggle team up for the master-blaster that is "Broken Electronix", a menacing stab of a groove that dissolves into the more granular computer-world of "Never See" by UHU. On the flip, "Miss You" by Privacy is dark, spectral and hollow, while "Super-Translations" by Etcher feels like a ride on the same aquatic waves of electro giants like Drexciya. Excellent stuff.
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Uphill Peace Of Mind (limited 7")
Cat: FMG 14. Rel: 25 Jan 19
Funk
  1. Uphill Peace Of Mind (UB instrumental mix) (4:25)
  2. Impeach The President (UB instrumental mix) (4:19)
Review: Nubian Crackers member The Undercover Brother (AKA veteran Queens, New York-based beat-maker Victor Piagneri) fires up his U.B.'s project and delivers another taster for the forthcoming "Ultimate Covers w/Breaks" LP. On the A-side you'll find his instrumental interpretation of Frederick Knight cut "Uphill Peace Of Mind", a heavy, stripped-back revision rich in killer drum breaks, Red Hot Chili Peppers style funk-rock guitars and life-affirming piano solos. Turn to the flip for Piagneri's vocal-free version of The Honey Drippers' 1973 anti-Nixon anthem "Impeach The President". He allows the track's much-sampled opening drum break a little more room to breathe, before carefully layering up Hammond organ riffs and a snaking saxophone solo that effectively replaces the original vocals.
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Playground EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ER 08. Rel: 21 May 18
Deep House
  1. Rainbows (6:32)
  2. Lonely Saturday Night (6:31)
  3. Playground (6:19)
  4. Nocturne (3:23)
  5. Playground (short mix) (3:19)
Review: Entrepot Records is a Brussels based imprint, founded in 2014 by UC Beatz - who some of you may know from his Underluxxe digital label The idea here is simple: to release raw house beats on wax. For their eighth edition the label chez himself takes on duties, with some fine slo-mo house grooves - perfectly suited to late summer nights. The A side features the lo-slung boogie down vibes of "Rainbows", but the real dancefloor burners belong to the flipside. The looped-up disco inferno "Playground" is covered in just the right amount of dust and grit that would make Phil Weeks stand up and notice, while the sultry "Nocturne" is a crafty edit of a fine vintage track that's rather familiar indeed.
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Adapting (limited hand-numbered 12")
Cat: KIMOCHI 14. Rel: 03 Feb 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Lollipop Robot (4:01)
  2. Containereport (3:45)
  3. Adapter (1:58)
  4. Cooperation (3:55)
  5. After The Cremation (Area Green Green Grass version) (4:23)
  6. Pankow (SW Electrofunk mix) (5:36)
  7. Steamed Up Window (Skookum Reminiscence) (4:06)
Review: Mystery production unit UD returns to Kimochi, one of the more overlooked imprints of the last few years, with four new cuts and a rather fine selection of remixers to boot! The mood is pensive and the sounds are atmospheric throughout, where tracks like "Lollipop Robot" or "Adapter" stand somewhere between ambient and electro-acoustic. The remixes give the tracks slightly more dancefloor weight, and both Area Green Grass and label regular Skookum contribute with a set of pretty killer reinterpretations a-la outsider house, but the silent killer is most certainly SW's remix of "Pankow". The SUED records co-owner fixes up a wonderfully bizarre concoction of sounds and shapes, moulding them into a dubby, sparse and cinematic twister. Another fine slice of Kimochi, beautiful artwork and all.
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Adapted EP (hand-numbered 12" in screen-printed sleeve limited to 200 copies)
Cat: KIMONCHI 15. Rel: 30 Apr 15
Ambient/Drone
  1. Muy Casera (4:03)
  2. Meticulous (2:45)
  3. After The Cremation (3:17)
  4. Pankow (3:55)
  5. NFL CC DUB (Mix Mup 12" bonus version) (6:37)
  6. Dewy (SW version) (7:03)
Review: The Kimochi label has been steadily releasing quality output over the last four years and they've been responsible for introducing us to a pool of new talent from the ambient corners. This latest beautifully presented 12" comes in their usual house style and comes from UD, an unknown artist who has already released one EP for the label last year. "Muy Casera" starts things off with colourful minimalism thanks to its glitchy sonics, while "Meticulous" breaks the groove and takes the beeps to an irregular tempo. "After The Cremation" is looser and more heavily focussed on cinematic pads, whereas "Pankow" takes subtle bursts of noise and places them above grey-scaled low frequencies. There's some special appearances on the B-side in the form of two remixes by Leipzig's Mix Mup and Sued's SW: the former gives his own version of "NFL CC DUB", a slow and chuggy beat burning below mild pads, whereas the latter interpretation of "Dewy" contains that classic SUED sound, a bag of rickety percussion and rich soundscapes. Don't miss it, gone before you know it.
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Cat: MUZI 001. Rel: 23 Apr 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Viktor Udvari - "For Our Love" (7:50)
  2. Mrsch - "Pas Cu Pas" (7:29)
  3. Lebawski - "Clouds Of Thyme" (Kled Baken remix) (6:33)
  4. Barbosa - "Quinoa" (Ray mono remix) (6:44)
Review: Ghent's Muzi Cartel crew step into the label game with this assured four tracker from promising emergent talents. Viktor Udvari is up first with "For Our Love", a fired up but delicately executed techno jam with plenty of harmonic balance to make for the most satisfying trip skywards. Mrsch takes things deeper and groovier on "Pas Cu Pas", leaning heavy on the bass and leaving a little more space in the mix for maximum meditation. Kled Baken's remix of Lebawski gets into a minimal house roll with spaced out licks of vocal and hazy pads, and Ray Mono nudges Barbosa's "Quinoa" into murky depths for a proper underground roller.
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Cat: NOS 001. Rel: 17 Oct 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Surprisingly (7:09)
  2. Lotte's Hippie House (4:47)
  3. Narkoministeren (10:52)
Review: Rising from the airwaves in a tangible label reality; Nos Classics launches with main man Uffe who lays down three introspective, immersive grooves. "Surprisingly" sounds similar to the worlds you might find shared between Dominick Martin and Andrew Ashong with its low-toned narrative and spiralling instrumentation, "Lotte's Hippie-House" is the ebb and flow of hope flickering over a light percussive weave while "Narkoministeren" takes over the B for a wild 11 minute excursion that's heavy on the percussion and mystic detours. Stunning.
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Gespielt von: KS French
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Bounce By The Ounce EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VOV 08. Rel: 08 Jan 18
Deep House
  1. Slim Leg
  2. Flowers For Flower
  3. Cow Boogie
  4. Gentleman Jimmy
Review: After popping up on a various artists release last year, Ugly Frankie makes good on his connection to the Vinyl Only label with a full fat EP of chunked up, funked out house business for sunny climes. There's a dusty, rolling tone to the tracks on offer here - the crafty edits, nimble sample treatment and inventive layering creates a vibe you can lose yourself in all day. These aren't just straight up dancefloor rollers either - "Cow Boogie" bumps and slides with a low slung swagger that will have you popping at a slower tempo - but they're all prime for the get down. For some dusty, soul-laced cuts produced with flair, look no further.
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Suggestive EP (limited 12")
Cat: PPU 061. Rel: 06 Oct 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Mayday
  2. Suggestive
  3. Ao
  4. Dreamboy 84
Review: The archives of Estonian artist Uku Kuut continue to prove fertile stomping ground for the PPU label, with this latest transmission drawing from unreleased material he recorded with his mother Maryn Coote. Coote is quite an established musician in her own right, recording a couple of albums as Marju Kuut, as well as collaborating with compatriot Uno Loop and it's clear her musical background helped shape Uku's formative direction. If you've partaken in any previous Kuut retrospectives from PPU, the four tracks here will be a real delight, with "Mayday" and "Dreamboy 84" particular highlights. The former is an alternate tape mix of a track from the Vision Of Estonia LP issued by the label back in 2012, whilst the latter features Marju's vocals in full swing.
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Cat: PPU 046. Rel: 13 May 13
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. I Feel Love
  2. Santa Monica Pier
Review: Following the superb Visions of Estonia album from last year, estranged Estonian producer Uku Kuut resurfaces on Washington DC imprint Peoples Potential Unlimited with I Feel Love. This two-track EP is yet another perfect example of the label's speciality in dealing with obscure and unknown dance music gems from the '70s and '80s and highlights why PPU is an eternal favourite at Juno HQ. "I Feel Love" sounds like a combination between Todd Terje's heralded disco-edits and the Norwegian's pumping originals, while "Santa Monica Pier" shuffles and slides like Steve Wonder and Ray Charles knocking heads, drum machines, keys and synthesisers in a sun-drenched Californian studio.
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Cat: UQ 001. Rel: 04 Nov 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. You Don't Have To Cry Anymore
  2. Vision Of Estonia
Review: Originally out in 1985, Peoples Potential Unlimited reissue this soul boogie jam from Uku Kuut (who was born In the Soviet Union, raised in Sweden and now lives in Estonia) featuring Marju Kuut on vocals. On the flip is a mellow instrumental in homage to Uku's home for the past 20 years, now available for the first time on cute 7" vinyl. Top release!
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001 EP (12")
Cat: GDNCE 001. Rel: 04 Jul 17
Drum And Bass
  1. The Wobbler (feat SP:MC) (4:45)
  2. Clap Ya (4:21)
  3. Anode (feat Icicle) (4:55)
  4. Kamakura (4:44)
Review: A brand new label and brand new chapter for Ulterior Motive. Guidance was the name of the night they held in Bournemouth as they cut their teeth and chowed down on their craft. Now the Headz alumni return to these roots with four stark, stripped back and roughened constructs; "The Wobbler" takes the lead with its woozy synth hits and SP's distinctive flow. "Clap Ya" is all about the sci-fi bashy steppery while "Anode" sees them sparring with Icicle on a brittle, sinewy one-note jam that gets very messy very quickly. "Kamakura" sends us packing to the Orient for the final excursion as eastern strings and scales shroud a wriggling, spacious drum arrangement that smacks of the duo's originality. We need more Guidance like this.
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GDNCE 003 (12")
Cat: GDNCE 003. Rel: 05 Jun 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Flash Mob (5:39)
  2. Bagleys (5:41)
  3. Second Nature (4:56)
Review: It's now official: Future Cut are back and they're not mucking around. After years in the pop game, making number one hits for more songs than you care to sing along to in the shower, the Renegade Hardware renegades return to D&B on wax with the able co-piloting from Bournemouth's do-no-wrong duo Ulterior Motive. The result is three cuts that cross the entire breadth of jungle's craggy landscape. "Flash Mob" an all-out, balls-out roller with menacing late 90s undertones, "Bagleys" is a Spirit-esque stepper with sublime percussive Q&A "Second Nature" closes the show on a beautiful Bristolian funk flex. Welcome back Future Cut, big up Ulterior Motive. History has been made right here.
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Cat: MANUAL 10. Rel: 21 Jun 07
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Print This Story
  2. Ricochet Effect
Review: On this double A-side EP, 'Print This Story', Umek drops two essential
movers for Manual Music. This will appeal to many, as the crossover
potential is huge.
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Cat: SC&P 004. Rel: 08 Jan 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Chain Store
  2. Nowhere To Nowhere
  3. Popcorn
  4. Chain Store (Manfredas remix)
  5. Nowhere To Nowhere (Mondowski remix)
Review: After equally wonderful turns from Junto Club, Deeds and Curses!, emergent deviant disco denizens Snap Crackle & Pop invite a band called Uncanny Valley to offer up their unique brand of deathly wave music shot through with on-point beyond the grave vocals. "Chain Store" is a nightmarish march through wobbly synths while "Nowhere To Nowhere" plots a strident course with its bouncing beat and fulsome, undulating bass. "Popcorn" flips the script with its uptempo thrust, but the vintage synth-pop threads are still the dominant force in the music. Manfredas drops a remix of "Chain Store" that maintains the freakiness with a slow but heavy house lurch, and then Mondowski strips the meat from "Nowhere To Nowhere" and leaves a potent, skeletal club treatment behind.
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Gespielt von: Ali Renault, ELECTROSEXUAL
 in stock $1.04
Reality (7")
Cat: AOE 011. Rel: 22 Oct 15
Funk
  1. Reality (2:55)
  2. Dreams (3:47)
Review: A hot and steamy funk jam on the A, a swooning samba with a hectic climax on the B: dynamically this is pretty much the perfect 45 as it ticks all funk dancefloor scenarios. Sonically it's just as sweet with widescreen production, fireside harmonies and pianos that could meander on for days and you'd never get bored. Previously rarer than unicorn knickers, this Underground Resurrection re-release comes our way the same week as the Second Resurrection 45. AOTN are clearly working on biblical form right now.
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 in stock $6.80
Tracks From Silent (double 12")
Cat: GR 1251. Rel: 28 May 19
Deep House
  1. CVO's Prelude (9:06)
  2. Negro Muzic (9:01)
  3. 7 Minutes Of Funk (7:04)
  4. Shake It (7:18)
Review: As the title suggests, this essential double-pack offers up a quartet of tracks from Glenn Underground's 2009 album "Silent", a set that has never been released on vinyl. Epic opener "CVO's Prelude" is one of the Chicago veteran's most fluid and life-affirming tracks, with extended jazz piano solos and positive chord sequences rising above a sumptuous Latin-house groove. "Negro Muzic" cleverly combines groovy deep house with jazz-funk flourishes and '70s funk style studio party samples, while "7 Minutes Of Funk" is a warmer and more organic sounding dancefloor jazz-funk workout. Those looking for some bumpin' beats should check closing cut "Shake It", where tasty lead vocals sit atop a classic deep house backing track.
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Metaphysical Lives (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIVOD 021. Rel: 03 Apr 18
Techno
  1. Acceptance Resistance
  2. Metaphysical Lives
  3. Sequential Self
  4. Viral Dread
Review: Ali Renault's techno bludgeon instrument Vivod gets another notch in its handlebar with this appearance from new Glaswegian venture UNI.OMNI. It's rasping, rabid stuff with distortion and noise in abundance, but these wild elements are actually wielded with a firm grip on opening beast "Acceptance Resistance". "Metaphysical Lives" meanwhile channels some wave influences while keeping up the sense of foreboding, "Sequential Self" gets into a death disco spiral complete with beyond the grave vocals and "Viral Dread" goes even further into the graveyard while keeping the stiff dancefloor pressure dial turned up to 11.



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 in stock $5.22
Cat: RBOOT 1.5. Rel: 24 May 17
Deep House
  1. Sunshine (KiNK remix) (7:23)
  2. Sunshine (Tiger & Woods remix) (6:10)
Review: We're very happy to see a renewed interest in Underground Resistance sub-label Happy Records: which is sure known for its fair share of house classics. Quite fitting then that the chief retrovert Gerd Janson over at Running Back saw it fit to issue some remixes of the classic "Sunshine" by Unit 2 aka Raphael Merriweathers Jr. and Niko Marks. KiNK's remix on the A side is a nice modern revision of the track which retains those uplifting trademark pianos but adds some of his thunderous trademark 909 drum machine workouts beneath. On the flip, lo-slung disco pranksters Tiger & Woods do a remix which cuts up and stutters those said pianos (and the vocals) to interesting effect plus adding some nice boompty swagger into it.
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 in stock $9.15
Cat: WHR 004. Rel: 05 Jun 15
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Ain't No Need (version) (7:56)
  2. Walking Thru The Sky (live version) (10:27)
Review: Having proved their stripes live with an extensive tour last year, Theo Parrish's live supergroup get busy on the release front. With Theo and Amp Fiddler both on keys and vocals and Myele Manzanza on drums, the grooves on both sides are that perfect balance of dancefloor tightness and a loose funk from players who are confident in each other's abilities. Skye cover "Ain't No Need" is a swinging broken beat adventure with rolling frenetic drums where the keys wrap around the vocals like a thick tog duvet. "Walkin Thru The Sky", meanwhile, takes us back to 1996 and Theo's Baby Steps EP. With a strutting rhythm and insistent hook, it's a perfect example of how house music can be executed live with perfection.
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Radiation (limited 12")
Cat: BUNKER 3092. Rel: 05 Apr 11
Electro
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
  5. Track 5
  6. Track 6
  7. Track 7
  8. Track 8
Review: Dutch label Bunker have always adorned their wax with a healthy dosage of track offerings. This time, Bunker 3092 serves up eight electro fuelled pieces that reek of early mornings wrapped in underground grime and strobe filled basements. Each track is equally trippy, for the mind and for the floor with electro synths, keyboard bleeps and wailing samples swooshing through all of the eight untitled tracks.
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Universal Cave/Superprince Edits (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: UC 010. Rel: 05 Sep 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Lambada (Universal Cave edit) (6:52)
  2. Take Your Time (Universal Cave 909 Rubdown) (6:45)
  3. Your Kind Of Love (Superprince edit) (6:50)
  4. Hang High (Superprince edit) (6:04)
Review: Universal Cave is a record label headed by the Philadelphia trio of Ryan Todd, Brian Hart Cassidy and Shawn Ryan. Their releases range from signature soft rock and AOR to disco, boogie and deep house. The aforementioned Ryan is also one half of the duo Superprince with Jeffrey Levi Fry, who are known for their sharp productions and remixes heard on labels like Moulton Music or Razor-N-Tape - and like on the latter they impress yet again with this collection of respectful edits. From the sweltering latin rhythms of "Lambada" to the timeless classic house of "Take Your Time" and even the mandatory slo-mo joint in the form of "Hang High" - which is as lo-slung as you like it!
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Redit (hand-stamped 1-sided 12")
EEE
Cat: EEE 001. Rel: 20 Dec 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Redit (8:30)
Review: This is a cheeky single-sided affair that contains a gently tooled-up, rolling and rearranged version of a Marlena Shaw-sampling jazz-house classic that is rightly considered something of a dancefloor classic. The edit itself is undoubtedly rather good, subtly adding a little more bottom-end grunt whilst making a little more of the original's snaking sax parts, much-loved vocal sample and groovy jazz percussion. You can decide or not whether the re-edit was needed; certainly, the mystery re-editor has done a rather tidy job on the rework.
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Gespielt von: Paul Starey, Tuccillo
 in stock $9.67
Cat: SOUL 7038. Rel: 28 Aug 14
Soul
  1. The Up Tights - "That's The Sound Of My Heart"
  2. Ike Noble & The Up Tights - "That's What I Get"
Review: Jazzman dip into the unreleased archives of Arkansas label Alley Records and pull out these two absolute gems that will find a welcome home in any self respecting Northern Soul or Funk selectors record box. This dinked 45 from Ike Noble and The Uptights is just the start for Jazzman with further sevens plus an albums worth of material planned after a successful trip to Arkansas. If you like your funk rippling with overwhelming vocal emotion you will love the raw and infectious nature of both "That's The Sound Of My Heart" and "That's What I Get". The A Side leans on an uptempo Midwestern funk vibe whilst Ike's tearing vocal turn on the flip is the perfect accompaniment to a pounding backing from the Up Tights.
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Come On With The Come On (limited 7") (1 per customer)
Cat: SR 001. Rel: 18 Feb 16
Funk
  1. Come On With The Come On (3:27)
  2. TLC (3:14)
Review: The Symphonical label has absolutely no care for starting off slow and pacing themselves. This release by 9-piece Wisconsin outfit Upheaval is nothing short of a musical miracle. First of all, all of the members were behind jail bars when it was recorded, and hardly any of them had professional music training prior to its recording. In any case, 1979's "Come On With The Come On" is just about as funky, soulful and weird as you can get, and it will surely appeal to the more studious of diggers out there. On the flip, "TLC" is softer, more loving, but still contains that inherent grit that wraps these songs together. They were, after all, recorded with whatever was available in the pound.
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Cat: TR 011. Rel: 13 Feb 17
Techno
  1. Echos From The Past (5:59)
  2. Stones Lullaby (5:20)
  3. When The Lights Fade Away (5:34)
  4. Hearing The Solar Winds (7:10)
Review: Vincent Raude's Upwellings moniker has given us a whole selection of deep, dub techno sounds for us to engulf our minds with. We say that because we find the genre, and particularly his strain of it, to be invariably soothing both for the body and the mind. The mysterious figure appears herein for the equally imperceptible Tiefenrausch label, out of Germany, with four subtle killers. "Echos From The Past" deep dives into an aqueous world of sludgy computer grooves and dubbed-out effects, followed by the more tranquil pastures of the slow, meandering trails of "Stones Lullaby". The flipside takes us into Basic Channel territories thanks to its warm, glowing waves of delay, whereas "Hearing The Solar Winds" dissolves the whole tempo down to a murky, almost beatless assortment of sonics that have more in common with drone and industrial than dance music. We love that last track, and it's spurred us to give this tidy dub techno affair a big ol' tip!
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Gespielt von: Rick Hopkins
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Cat: CRTL 08. Rel: 27 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Normal (7:58)
  2. Lessismorelke (5:40)
  3. IDT (6:44)
  4. Deformis (7:04)
Review: Cartulis Music - run by Raphael Carrau and Unai Trotti out of Hackney - returns with Santiago Uribe for the label's eighth edition after previous releases by Trotti, Z@p and Reade Truth. The Montevideo Electric Recordings main man delivers a riveting selection of tracks on the Hacia Otro Norte EP, all taking their cues from hi-tech soul and sounds of the Motor City. From the rather John Tejada sounding "Normal", the deep Drexciyan electro of "Lessismorelke" to the frantic "IDT" going for that old-school techno vibe similarly pursued on labels such as Libertine or Art Of Dark at the moment - this is hot!
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Cat: MER 002. Rel: 21 Jan 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Montevideo Electric Sound (7:08)
  2. Buseca Sin Vino Tinto (7:40)
  3. El De Los Vidrios (6:45)
  4. Viste Cuando Todo (7:34)
Review: On his first EP of 2019, Santiago Uribe continues to mix and match house, techno, electro and tech-house sounds in thrillingly entertaining new ways. It's consistently tricky to pin down exactly what the Uruguayan producer is up to, though the results are uniformly impressively. Check, for example, the lo-fi alien electro-funk of "Viste Cuando Todo", the cheeky South American take on UK bleep techno that is opener "Montevideo Electric Sound" and the tipsy, bleep-fired acid house chug of "El De Los Vidrios". "Buseca Sin Vino Tinto", a bounding, bass-heavy jog through tech-tinged peak-time house madness, is also rather good.
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Utopics I (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PB 003. Rel: 16 Jan 17
Techno
  1. Nowhere (9:27)
  2. Southology (4:26)
  3. The Vision (7:39)
  4. Ultraequinoctials (7:28)
Review: To date Ion Dumitrescu's Utopus project has only appeared on compilations, but now it scores the space in which to roam free across a whole EP that shines a light on this most promising of Romanian talents. P-Balans is the perfect place to house such wares, carrying the country's minimal love affair into intriguing new creative realms that deal in broken beat, electro and more outwardly experimental fare. "Southology" is a particularly fractured jam peppered with playful synths and tumbling drums, while "The Vision" takes on a shamanic techno stance. If you're craving propulsive tracks loaded with personality then hit up Utopus and you won't be disappointed.
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Kairo (green vinyl 12")
Cat: RBSSS 4. Rel: 20 Feb 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Kairo (5:22)
  2. Kozak 2000 (4:32)
  3. Kairo (Boris Dlugosch instrumental edit) (5:54)
Review: Originally released back in 1984, and regularly heard in underground clubs at the time such as Hamburg's legendary club Front, "Kairo" was the one and only EP by the enigmatic Udytu Utzelturk And His Male Harem - on the short lived King Kong Productions. The title track was considered controversial by some, with an Imam singing over an Italo disco style groove. On the flip "Kozak 2000" is a sleazy funk jam. As part of Running Back's 2019 reissue here, Gerd Janson has called upon Boris Dlugosch - one time resident of the aforementioned Front - to deliver the exclusive re-edit duties - and he does a pretty fine job of extending it out in respectful fashion.
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The Bump (12")
Cat: FOSSIL 002. Rel: 18 Oct 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. The Bump (6:55)
  2. Love Makin' (5:48)
  3. Beatcoin (5:23)
Review: We'll be first to admit that the description 'neon-lit' gets bandied about a fair bit around here, but good lord we haven't heard anything this much like it: it's almost fluorescent! Following up their 'enigmatic middle eastern funk bonanza' (with Anony & Mous' The Nile Files), Fossils return with a new EP from Tel Aviv via NYC's UV & Nen, who reveal what the label describes as 'long forgotten.. disco funk nuggets that are bound to become classics in their own right.' Starting off on the A side with "The Bump" which is a funky and lo-slung chugger with sleazy disco elements: just the way we like it. On the flip, "Love Makin" is where things get epically psychedelic, seasoned with sexy moans and 'abnormal synth activities' while "Beatcoin" is a steady slow stomper that will get booties shaken (and shaking) across the dance floor.
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Gespielt von: Obas Nenor, Fossils Records
 in stock $9.93
Second Life EP (double 12")
Cat: MORD 012. Rel: 21 Oct 14
Techno
  1. Mixtion
  2. Second Life
  3. Anxiety
  4. Supertronic
  5. Zakaje'n
  6. Five O
  7. Psilo'za
  8. Cardiff Luv
Review: Bass Mooy's Mord project has been steadily growing since its first EP last year, and this is thanks to a collective of new names and talents largely emanating from Holland's Rotterdam. This time it's Sebastien Michel aka UVB who churns out the goods for the imprint, and after already two EP's for Mord, he's basically become a regular. "Mixtion" is a jittery techno bomb filled with minimal melodies, wheras "Second Life" is almost orchestral thanks to its Population One-stylled sounds. On the flipside, "Anxiety is another slice of oddball noise futurism, and "Supertronic" is the militant bomb for total floor pulverisation. Gnarly as hell and shouldn't be missed.
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Alben
Cat: EM 1160DLP. Rel: 13 Jun 17
International
  1. From Scratch - ""8, 9, 10" & "9, 10, 11' From Gung Ho 1, 2 ,3" (1981) (24:21)
  2. Goat - ""8, 9, 10" & "9, 10, 11'" (interpretation) (8:45)
  3. Don't DJ - ""8, 9, 10" & "9, 10, 11'" (interpretation) (6:09)
  4. Utena Kobayashi Group - ""8, 9, 10" & "9, 10, 11'" (interpretation) (11:29)
Review: Here's something rather unusual: a reissue of two tracks from experimental New Zealand outfit From Scratch's 1983 12" 3 Pieces From Gung Ho 1,2,3D, plus a trio of contemporary translations. On the A-side of record one you'll find two of From Scratch's eccentric originals, which were created using "tuned PVC pipes, drums, chimes" and "whizzer drone" (nope, we've no idea either). Fundamentally, these are loose, languid, tribal-inspired percussion works created using custom-made instruments. It's perhaps fitting that one of the standout interpretations comes from percussion-obsessed, polyrhythmic techno specialist Don't DJ. His epic, hypnotic and trippy version is joined by a woozy cover from Japan's Goat and a drowsy, heavily electronic, ambient influenced translation by the Utena Kobayashi Group.
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Signals Into Space (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: TWI 1236. Rel: 08 Jan 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Elsewhere (2:49)
  2. Spark From Flint To Clay (5:20)
  3. Breathing (6:43)
  4. Arithmetic (6:41)
  5. If Not Now When? (3:15)
  6. $10 Heel (4:41)
  7. Du Sud (4:42)
  8. Equatorial Calms (5:48)
  9. Sleight Of Hand (2:45)
  10. Framework (3:14)
  11. Cross Reference (4:24)
  12. Signals Into Space (6:24)
Review: If you came of age in the early 1990s, there's a good chance you spent many happy hours listening to the hippyish, pastoral ambient techno fusions of Ian Cooper and Paul Hammond's Ultramarine project. If you missed the boat back then, we'd advise snapping up "Signals Into Space", the veteran duo's first new album since 2013. While they no longer have half an eye on the dancefloor the pair has lost none of their ability to craft evocative mood pieces, dubby soundscapes, and the kind of drowsy, head-in-the-clouds workouts that fix spacey electronics and tactile synth lines to live instrumentation and woozy vocals. Throw in a cluster of sunrise-ready ambient cuts and a few experimental excursions, and you have an album every bit as good as their early '90s classics.
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Cat: TWI 1236CD. Rel: 08 Jan 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Elsewhere
  2. Spark From Flint To Clay
  3. Breathing
  4. Arithmetic
  5. If Not Now When?
  6. $10 Heel
  7. Du Sud
  8. Equatorial Calms
  9. Sleight Of Hand
  10. Framework
  11. Cross Reference
  12. Signals Into Space
Review: If you came of age in the early 1990s, there's a good chance you spent many happy hours listening to the hippyish, pastoral ambient techno fusions of Ian Cooper and Paul Hammond's Ultramarine project. If you missed the boat back then, we'd advise snapping up "Signals Into Space", the veteran duo's first new album since 2013. While they no longer have half an eye on the dancefloor the pair has lost none of their ability to craft evocative mood pieces, dubby soundscapes, and the kind of drowsy, head-in-the-clouds workouts that fix spacey electronics and tactile synth lines to live instrumentation and woozy vocals. Throw in a cluster of sunrise-ready ambient cuts and a few experimental excursions, and you have an album every bit as good as their early '90s classics.
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 in stock $11.76
Cat: HMLP 1001. Rel: 25 Jul 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Motus 1984 (4:10)
  2. Motus Acappella (2:06)
  3. Motus Of Suburbia (7:26)
  4. Tradiversi (6:45)
  5. Circle Mountains (5:12)
  6. Mountains Of Circle (6:40)
  7. Technocracy (3:03)
  8. Bank Hannibal (7:22)
Review: Formed of Alice Castagnoli, Alessandro Costantini and Vincenzo Viceversa, the UM:BROS project dates back to 1984 with the trio mainly playing live, including performances at one of Italy's first electronic music clubs - Suburbia in Perugia. The trio signed for the legendary Italian imprint House Of Music and recorded an album, The Law Of The Three Trees: Motus, but it never saw release thanks to the short lifespan of the label. Over thirty years on the album and UM:BROS finally get their moment in the spotlight with this LP edition of The Law Of The Three Trees: Motus which veers through electronic, new wave and italo-disco in a modern and updated style!
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 in stock $12.54
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