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Singles
My People (Love Can Live Forever)
Cat: AMF 004. Rel: 20 Oct 20
Deep House
  1. My People (Love Can Live Forever) (5:02)
  2. My People (Love Can Live Forever) (dub mix) (5:01)
Review: Get your hands in the air and wave them about like you just don't care, because this is exactly the sort of tune that will make you do that. It's built on huge old school referencing breakbeats, with just as retro piano chords layered over the top. Add in some twitchy acid sounds, slamming drums and a lung-busting diva vocal and you have an irresistible, festival sized house anthem that will unite all dancers in raptures. On the flip is a dub for those who like something slightly more subtle, but it still bangs like a heavyweight with her back against the ropes.
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Get On The Funk Train
Cat: NER 24858. Rel: 19 Oct 20
Funky/Club House
  1. Get On The Funk Train (Louie Vega original mix) (10:41)
  2. Get On The Funk Train (Michael Gray & Mark Knight remix) (5:51)
  3. Get On The Funk Train (Todd Terry Freeze mix) (6:04)
Review: Hot on the heels of her excellent Chapters of Beginning retrospective, Anane offers up something even more righteous: a storming cover of Munich Machine's 1977 disco epic 'Get On The Funk Train'. On the A-side you'll find the original mix by Anane's other half, Louie Vega, which brilliant layers mazy synth solos, undulating orchestration and her powerful vocals on top of a driving, house-style disco groove. It's a killer cover all told, offering a faithful update that should delight all disco heads. Over on the flip, Michael Gray and Mark Knight reach for the synth-bass on a smoother disco-house version, before Todd Terry drops some instant excitement via a sweaty, beefed up loop-house revision.
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No Time County 001
Cat: NTC 001. Rel: 22 Oct 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Asper Bothrops - "Track 21" (9:59)
  2. Robin Odell - "Backwash" (intro) (5:52)
  3. Rudoh - "Energi" (5:48)
Review: When announcing the launch of his new label No Time County, Robin Ordell said it would focus on tracks that, "bring a feeling of elegance to the dancefloor". There's certainly plenty of polished, slick and ear-pleasing to be found on the label's inaugural release, a multi-artist affair featuring a trio of minimalistic tech-house tracks. Ordell joins forces with Bruno Schmidt as Asper Bothrops on opener 'Track 21', a gently acid-flecked affair built around deep sub-bass, crunchy drums and addictively fuzzy organ stabs. He showcases his own brand of solo elegance on the similarly deep, TB-303-powered hypnotism of 'Backwash (Intro)', before Rudoh steals the show via the rolling, densely layered percussion, locked-in sub-bass and dreamy pads of closing cut 'Energi'.
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The First Thing EP
Cat: BLUE 003. Rel: 21 Oct 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Different Point Of Structure (12:05)
  2. The First Thing You Hear (11:15)
Review: After the first couple of releases by label chief Remus, Rominimal hero Barac Nicolai is handed the reins for the Blue imprint's third edition. Enchanting polyrhythms are undoubtedly the order of the day across The First Thing EP, with the Bucharest-based producer's usual knack for eloquent track titles as well. On the A-side, we have 'Different Point Of Structure' which is a driving and energetic main room workout with subtle dub techno influences and utilising the hypnotic qualities of previous work, while the B-side cut 'The First Thing You Hear' is a more stripped back and minimalistic affair reaching near tribal moments, but this one is definitely more suited to heady afterhours moments.
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Powerhouse
Powerhouse (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: PP 045. Rel: 21 Oct 20
Deep House
  1. Eingang (1:15)
  2. Slug (2:22)
  3. Locally Lost (2:35)
  4. New Haircut (2:58)
  5. Ohio Dad (3:29)
  6. Chocolate For Breakfast (4:23)
Review: Munich's Public Possession label returns with an lovely EP by new London-based outfit Birthday. The pop duo was founded in 2016 by RIP Swirl & Fake Laugh. Having had some great feedback on their first releases, they took a break to focus on their solo projects and other endeavours in and around the music industry, but make their comeback on Powerhouse. With the sweet as candy ditties like "Slug", to hazy and vaporised drifters like 'Locally Lost' or moments of sublime weirdo humour as heard on 'Chocolate For Breakfast' this could well be the most awesome comedown album of 2020.
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Nostalgics 001
Cat: NOS 001. Rel: 20 Oct 20
Deep House
  1. Marc Brauner - "I Got What U Want" (7:21)
  2. Marc Brauner - "I Got What U Want" (Tender Games version) (5:35)
  3. Tender Games - "Energy" (7:14)
  4. Marc Brauner - "One Night In Paris" (6:18)
Review: New label Nostalgics was founded with an admirable aim, namely to, "take the mood and sounds of the past and present and create music for the future". That ethos is certainly evident on this opening EP from founder Marc Brauner and pal Tender Games. Brauner's opening gambit, 'I Got What U Want', sits somewhere between vintage US deep house, turn-of-the-90s Italian house and the futurist shimmer of early UK tech-house. Tender Games delivers a sonically denser and more bustling interpretation of that track, before offering-up a cut of his own: the fluid pianos, shimmering synths and proto-house grooves of 'Energy'. Brauner returns to round things off with 'One Night In Paris', a classic-sounding deep house number reminiscent of the material showcased on the My Love is Underground label.
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Cold Ibiza EP
Cat: CDR 002. Rel: 20 Oct 20
Techno
  1. Bronze Savage & Emlyn Johnson - "Travelling Nonsense Epistle" (Cold Ibiza mix) (9:18)
  2. Bronze Savage & Lou Mac - "Hard Yakka" (5:30)
  3. Refine (7:11)
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ATIPIC 011
ATIPIC 011 (12")
Cat: ATIPIC 011. Rel: 21 Oct 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. 011.1 (11:07)
  2. 011.2 (8:41)
Review: Following up some great efforts by the likes of Dumitrescu and Lizz, for its eleventh edition Priku's Atipic imprint goes beyond the 'Rominimal' sphere. Instead it looks to Argentina for this release, courtesy of scene veteran Franco Cinelli in conjunction with newcomers Esteban Gutierrez and Lux Z. Hypnotic late night mood music awaits on A side cut '011.1' a deep groove with Robert Hood style synth bleeps against a backdrop of lean minimalist drum beats. On the flip, the heady stomp of '011.2' lets the clipped yet very intricate rhythm programming do all the talking - polyrhythmic afterhours bliss if we have ever heard it.
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Ego
Ego (grey marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: PALMS 033. Rel: 21 Oct 20
Deep House
  1. Ego (8:15)
  2. Tonpooleins (6:57)
  3. Highball (7:36)
  4. M-Type (8:42)
  5. Parametric (5:31)
  6. Verlust (7:18)
Review: Brett Henderson AKA Computer Data is clearly one of Lost Palms' priorities for 2020, because they're offering up expansive EPs from the San-Fran man at a rate of knots. There's plenty to get the juices flowing on Henderson's latest six-track outing, from the the muscular but spacey deep house/techno fusion of 'Ego' - all energetic synth-bass, dreamy chords, bleary-eyed female vocal samples and bleeping melodies - to the psychedelic stomp of 'Parametric' and the loved-up breakbeat loveliness of 'Highball'. Elsewhere across the EP, 'Tonpooleins' is deliciously hazy, deep and hypnotic, while 'M-Type' is a jacking chunk of late-night techno sleaze.
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Exboyfriend EP
Cat: CTEP 30. Rel: 21 Oct 20
Techno
  1. Exboyfriend (7:40)
  2. Asymmetrical Ingroup Bias (6:46)
  3. Exboyfriend (Douala remix) (4:49)
  4. Asymmetrical Ingroup Bias (Gnork remix) (6:57)
Review: Budapest's young talent CT Kidobo debuts on local imprint Earth Plates with some fierce electro futurism on the Exboyfriend EP. The title track takes the sound of the Motor City and launches into the stratosphere with a breakneck tempo (there's also a sublime remix by Douala on the flip) until he brings you back down to earth with the down and dirty alien funk of "Asymmetrical Ingroup Bias" - which also receives a funky breaks-driven rendition by label boss Gnork afterwards.
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Let's Come Together
Cat: EPHCS 002. Rel: 22 Oct 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Bleepy At 5 AM (5:25)
  2. El Viento De La Noche (4:42)
  3. Angry Giant Machine (4:46)
  4. Mimic Human Form (4:47)
  5. QH 1999 (4:01)
Review: The second release on Opia sub-label Euphoric State offers up highlights from the extensive catalogue of Swiss veteran Dan Piu, a producer who has been serving-up quality house and techno since the late 1990s. There's much to admire across the five tracks, from the sleazy, Yorkshire bleep-goes-to-New York heaviness of opener 'Bleepy at 5Am' and the sumptuous, sunrise-ready, early '90s deep house positivity of 'El Viento De La Noche', to the similarly warming and melodic 'Mimic Human Form' and the impeccable, hip-hop influenced downtempo beats of 'QH 1999'. Best of all though is sleazy, sub-heavy deep tech-house number 'Angry Giant Machine', a cut that's near faultless in every way.
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SMD 001
SMD 001 (hand-stamped 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SMD 001. Rel: 20 Oct 20
Techno
  1. DJ Autopay - "Keep Talking Shit" (5:58)
  2. Faux Conee - "Let's Do It" (7:35)
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Presents Remixes From The Dungeon
Cat: GAMM 150. Rel: 22 Oct 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. I'm In Love Dancin' (7:03)
  2. Imma Phreak (6:22)
Review: The irrepressible Gamm label knows a thing or two about disco, funk and soul. Yet more irrefutable evidence for that claim comes from this tidy 12" two tracker featuring some lost remixes. 'I'm In Love Dancin' takes source sounds from Arthur Russell's classic 'Is It All Over My Face' and repurposes them with gangling percussive lives, sunny flutes and mad horns to make for something that will shake your body loose. Flip it over for the steamy, sensuous, intense disco stomps of 'Imma Phreak' complete with fame coos and cries and plenty of dance floor clout. The legendary Rahaan and DJ Emanuel are in fine form here.
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Greatest Day
Cat: ADID 062. Rel: 22 Oct 20
Deep House
  1. Greatest Day (7:03)
  2. All I Want (5:42)
  3. Greatest Day (Lost Desert remix) (7:01)
Review: Of those labels who exist at the intersection of deep house, tech-house and what would have once been called progressive house, few are quite as consistent as Lee Burridge and Matthew Dekay's All Day I Dream. The label's latest release is another doozy. It comes from returning twosome Double Touch, who've joined forces with vocalist Reignan to deliver a pair of sumptuous tracks that combine tech-tinged dancefloor grooves with simmering strings, warming chords and twinkling piano motifs. The star attraction is undoubtedly gorgeous title track 'Greatest Day', which is also given a slightly darker, deeper and even more atmospheric treatment by label regulars Lost Desert. The EP's other cut, 'All I Want', is a melancholic affair notable for its use of what sounds like a string quartet.
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Dream Warriors EP
Cat: ARKIO 004. Rel: 21 Oct 20
Techno
  1. Dream Warriors (6:13)
  2. Dream Warriors (Denise Rabe remix) (6:25)
  3. Einoeino (5:56)
  4. Einoeino (TWR72 remix) (5:45)
Review: Belgium's Arkham Audio, run by Cri Du Coeur, delivers its latest release which comes from Frenchman Electric Rescue, whose new EP follows on from a recent album on Bedrock Records. Dream Warriors firmly establishes Antoine Husson's hypnotising yet adrenalising sound, with ascendant techno heroine Denise Rabe also getting on board for a pummelling peak time rework of the track. On the flip, Dutch duo TWR72 (Float Records) bring that hypnotic Purposemaker sound to their perspective of 'Einoeino' which expands on the original version's dry and industrial aesthetic.
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We R Electro Nation
We R Electro Nation (clear splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: ET 003. Rel: 22 Oct 20
Electro
  1. We R Electro Nation (8:01)
  2. Learned It The Hard Way (6:47)
  3. Clockwork (7:45)
  4. Pluto's Demise (5:53)
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Earth & Heaven EP
Earth & Heaven EP (hand-stamped 12" limited to 150 copies)
Cat: TELOMERE 005. Rel: 20 Oct 20
Deep House
  1. Beyond (3:50)
  2. Science Of Magnets (4:57)
  3. Chroma (5:42)
  4. A Special Place (7:17)
  5. Tethys (7:00)
Review: Telomere Plastic is a new and limited edition sub label of Wex that has a firm focus on stripped back and heady minimal and tech house grooves. They're putting out a flurry of releases in a short space of time, but we're not complaining, because they're all well worth your attention. ESB is behind this one after previously should out outings on Echovolt, Leftroom and Heart To Heart. He has his sights firmly set on the future here, with 'Beyond' being a nice and slippery, synthetic and shiny mix of synths, hits and bass, and other highlights like 'Chroma' being warm, cuddly moods and grooves.
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Learning To Fly
Learning To Fly (blue vinyl 12")
Cat: NHS 404EP. Rel: 21 Oct 20
Drum And Bass
  1. Darjeeling (4:10)
  2. Said & Done (feat DJ Marky & Cimone) (4:28)
  3. Learning To Fly (5:16)
  4. Late Night Harp (4:11)
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Sound Expansion Meditation
Cat: SNFBT 003. Rel: 22 Oct 20
Deep House
  1. Sound Expansion Meditation (7:41)
  2. My Deepest Regret (6:05)
  3. Figures In The Smoke (6:42)
  4. Real Love Don't Fade (6:51)
  5. Country Boy (7:32)
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All Stars Vol 3
All Stars Vol 3 (hand-numbered 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: FRV 034. Rel: 20 Oct 20
Electro
  1. Daniel Holt - "Vaccuous Transient" (9:06)
  2. Grey People - "Bruxism" (7:13)
  3. Scannoir - "De Panaesher" (5:40)
  4. Negocius Man - "101 Wars" (6:29)
  5. Sons Of Traders - "The Smile Of The Body" (6:01)
Review: The third instalment in the Allstars series from Frigio is another selection of murky sonics from a freaky underworld. The opener is a dark trip into intense and underlapping drum grooves and molten synths that crashes from one loop to the next. The rickety drums of 'Bruxism' come with a classic Moby sample that sets it on fire and Negocius Man take us into a world of surveillance and subversion with their tripped out designs and malfunctioning machine sounds. Sons Of Traders offer the most depraved of the lot with a track that is suitably terrifying as the haunting season approaches.
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Astra EP
Astra EP (12")
Cat: BAL 02. Rel: 21 Oct 20
Electro
  1. Astra (5:36)
  2. Astra (Physical Therapy ESP mix) (7:29)
  3. Glacier (5:55)
  4. Shayla (5:37)
Review: Following up an impressive inaugural release which featured legend Silicon Scally, Joonam - the duo comprised of minimal techno veteran Elon and Nima Khalilian - returns to Brooklyn-based Balagan with the Astra EP featuring some more bass heavy electro beats. There's the darkly dystopian funk of the title track on the A-side, which is followed by an absolutely frantic rework by Allergy Season head Physical Therapy. On the flip, the bleak futurism continues with the suitably titled 'Glacier' which goes down a sublime and cavernous dub techno path, while the sparse and booming breakbeats of 'Shayla' create a captivating backdrop for a truly evocative arrangement. Tip!
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Sterilization Krew
Sterilization Krew (red splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: ET 005. Rel: 22 Oct 20
Electro
  1. Kan3da - "Contoso" (3:18)
  2. Blackploid - "Altered Thoughts" (5:37)
  3. Datawave - "Emeria" (5:10)
  4. Electro Nation - "TechnoElectro" (4:28)
  5. Noamm - "Telesthesia" (4:17)
  6. Acidulant - "Rianology" (4:47)
Review: Earlier in the year, Madrid's Electro Records launched the Electro Transmissions series via Abduction Krew, a five-track, multi-artist EP full of cybernetic dancefloor treats. Here they present the follow-up, a rock-solid mini compilation on eye-catching red splatter vinyl entitled Sterilization Krew. There's plenty to excite electro heads throughout, from the sparkling deep electro shimmer of Kan3da's 'Condoso' and the intergalactic, bassline-driven alien funk of Datawave's superb 'Emeria', to the mind-bending, TB-303 driven acid-electro of Acidulant's 'Rainology' and the Aux 88-style high-octane heaviness of Noamm's 'Telesthesia'. It's a rather good collection all told, and with limited numbers of copies being pressed, you'll need to act fast to secure one.
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Meri EP
Meri EP (hand-stamped 12" limited to 150 copies)
Cat: TELOMERE 006. Rel: 20 Oct 20
Electro
  1. Algoritmi (4:28)
  2. Meri (6:02)
  3. Taika (5:34)
  4. Hejastus (5:44)
Review: Whether you know him best as Dr Floyd, Juno Laine or one of the many other aliases he's had over the years, Russian-in-Finland Kirilll Junolainen is a remarkably prolific and consistent artist in the contemporary electro sound. His recent Preset album Sahkomusiikki is a fine example of this, as is this very special 12" on Telomere. Four cuts deep, each one showcases a different side to Kirill from his most playful ('Algoritmi') to his most stern ('Hejastus') by way of his most laidback and slinky ('Meri') All analogue soul and only essential ingredients, while his output is maximal, the sonic make-up is always perfectly minimal.
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Fortunea Cookies Vol 3
Fortunea Cookies Vol 3 (hand-numbered white vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: FORTUNEA 017. Rel: 21 Oct 20
Deep House
  1. LeSale - "Diskobang" (6:31)
  2. Peletronic & Klaus Benedek - "Analogue Kinda Funk" (6:45)
  3. Dzc - "The Truth" (7:01)
  4. Poellauer & Schreder - "Midnight Ride" (7:04)
Review: Three years have passed since the release of the fortunea Cookies Vol. 2 EP. Now, the Viennese label is resurrecting their various artists collection with a third entry. Fortunea Cookies Vol 3 kicks off with Samuel Fedy aka Lesale, a staple of local imprint Luv Shack, who delivers the low-slung mood music of 'Diskobang' followed by Peletronic & Klaus Benedek with the ultra deep Moodymann vibe of 'Analogue Kinda Funk'. On the flip, Dzc serves up the balearic tinged dancefloor banger "The Truth' and closing it out is Poellauer & Schreder who go out with a bang on the euphoric acid house throwback of 'Midnight Ride'
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The Sinistertechhouse EP
Cat: PE 004. Rel: 22 Oct 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Baby (7:43)
  2. Sith Music (7:10)
  3. Dirty Dungeon (7:24)
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Crucial Moment
Cat: RSR 12003. Rel: 21 Oct 20
Dub
  1. Crucial Moment (3:48)
  2. Crucial Dub 1 (3:53)
  3. Crucial Dub 2 (3:53)
Review: Rough Signal Records have finally snapped up a man who has released many big tunes, most of which get heavy support from the famous King Shiloh sound system amongst many others. Mighty Profit is a big producer with a big sound and he hails from Italy, which is in something of a dub sweet spot right now. This tune is a special collaboration work from Rough Signal Records JPN and fuses his exclusive synth with Dub Kazman's signature bass line, some sick drums and percussion. The tune takes its name from the tumultuous times in which we find ourselves and sure provides some respite.
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The Ghost Of Jupiter
The Ghost Of Jupiter (clear splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: ET 004. Rel: 22 Oct 20
Electro
  1. Secret Space Program (3:55)
  2. The Mask (4:05)
  3. Empty Frame (4:06)
  4. Mission To Necro Planet (4:47)
  5. Signal Error (4:41)
  6. The Ghost Of Jupiter (3:37)
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Vim & Vigour EP
Cat: ORSON 021. Rel: 22 Oct 20
Electro
  1. Mouth Lawson (4:49)
  2. Now Animate (5:31)
  3. Vim & Vigour (5:58)
  4. Vim & Vigour (Transparent Sound remix) (6:00)
Review: While it was initially set up as a vehicle for his numerous solo and collaborative projects (think Transparent Sound and Artificial Arm), Orson Bramley's Orson Records imprint has recently started showcasing releases from other like-minded artists. This EP comes from one such producer, some time I Love Acid, Balkan and Varvet contributor Ben Pest. He begins via the fuzz-fuelled, medium electro aggression of "Mouth Lawson", a genuinely twisted and low-slung treat, before exploring alien-sounding, minor key-heavy pastures on rave-ready follow-up "Now Animate". Pest's love of twisted TB-303 acid lines is explored further on EP highlight "Vim & Vigour", a track that's then taken to even greater peak-time electro heights on the accompanying Transparent Sound remix.
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Edition 3
Edition 3 (12")
Cat: BBR 003. Rel: 21 Oct 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Piktor - "Everythingship" (9:45)
  2. Miroloja - "Karrezze" (7:25)
  3. Triptil - "Mrwho!" (7:35)
Review: Italian DJs Jamma & Max have been promoting Bread & Butter since 2008. Well known for the consistency and quality of its events, the London-based party has now established itself on the club scene, carving out their own niche musically and using their nights as a platform. Their third various artist release includes the return of hyped Romanian producer Victor Pavlovschi aka Piktor. It's quality over quantity as far as this young Vienna-based DJ is concerned, and his mesmerising contribution 'Everythingship' is featured on the A side. On the flip more 'Rominimal' awaits, with Miroloja's tough rolling main room groove "Karrezze", followed by Triptil who delivers his typically arcane aesthetic on 'Mrwho!'.
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1936 EP
1936 EP (180 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: MEANDER 031. Rel: 21 Oct 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. C'est La Vie Tu Joci Parsiv (8:30)
  2. 1 9 (5:01)
  3. Test (7:34)
  4. Jump C (7:15)
  5. Simpozion (9:01)
  6. Condimental (7:42)
  7. 3 6 (4:26)
Review: Berlin's Meander imprint has had a fairly quiet year in 2020, so we're happy to finally hear some new material. Further exploring Romania's fertile musical environment, it is now over to the enigmatic Pirvu, who first made a great impression with his debut on Rummenigge a couple of years back. He's since had some breakout releases on Club Guesthouse, Unanim and Understory. The 1.9.3.6. EP sees the Bucharest-based producer consider the ethereal aesthetic so commonly attributed to DeWalta's label, while incorporating his usual arcane and mysterious properties into this collection of tracks. From the mystical and evocative groove minimalism of 'C'est La Vie Tu Joci Parsiv', to the rolling and hypnotic main room action of 'Simpozion' to the swing-fuelled boompty-funk of 'Condimantsl' which channels that Cabinet Records vibe of old.
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Transition EP
Cat: SPCLAB 002. Rel: 21 Oct 20
Techno
  1. Doubled (5:17)
  2. Deep (5:01)
  3. Brain (5:25)
  4. Brain (Soothing Effect) (4:28)
  5. HE (4:56)
Review: While 1990s Italian techno duo Lino Monaco and Nicola Buono may have called themselves Quiet Men, the music showcased on this first EP in 21 years is anything but. It's made up of tracks recorded - but largely not released - between 1994 and '97, which the pair recently rediscovered on dusty DATs. There's much to enjoy across the five tracks, from the angular acid bass, heavy beats and angular, post-bleep melodies of 'Doubled', and the aptly-named, early Moby style techno immersion of 'Deep', to the stomping, buzzing intensity of 'HE', and the introspective dreaminess of stripped-back ambient techno number 'Brain'. The latter comes accompanied by a stunning, previously unheard, beat-free revision.
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Freedom Chant
  1. Ramon Judah - "Freedom Chant" (4:12)
  2. Roots Defender Horns - "Horns Of Freedom" (4:13)
  3. Ramon Judah - "Freedom Rock" (4:13)
  4. Dub Defender - "Dub For Freedom" (4:12)
Review: Italian label Bababoom serve up this brand new and essential roots 12" featuring vocalist and musician Ramon Judah, Roots Defender Horns and Dub Defender. It kicks off with 'Freedom Chant', a pained vocal riding over prickly dub beats that open mind and heart. 'Horns Of Freedom' then repurposes the groove and layers up some sultry trumpets to bring a different mood. 'Freedom Rock' then takes the tune into a lovers rock world with earthy and organic guitar plucking and 'Dub For Freedom' is the nice rolling closer, with fat drums and flabby bass inviting you in deep.
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Eclipse EP (reissue)
Cat: BYTIME 007. Rel: 22 Oct 20
Deep House
  1. My Life (6:26)
  2. Nine Hours (5:35)
  3. Global Warning (6:32)
  4. 926 N Mills Ave (5:43)
Review: For their latest sonic salvo, reissue specialists Curated By Time is taking us back in time to 1992 and the sophomore EP from obscure London deep house trio Raze of Pleasure. As many heads will tell you, the Eclipse EP is a genuine slept-on classic and a near faultless collection of cuts. For proof, first check the organ-sporting New Jersey garage meets UK deep house vibe of the slick and sub-heavy 'My Life', before admiring the warehouse ready, stab-sporting peak-time happiness of 'Nine Hours'. The outfit's interest in more horizontal flavours is expertly explored on the ambient-influenced deep techno number 'Global Warning', while closing cut '926 N Mills Avenue' brilliantly joins the dots between Nu Groove maestros the Burrell Brothers and the colourful, ambient-influenced musicality of Italian dream house.
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Ron's Reworks Vol 4
Ron's Reworks Vol 4 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: RBJ 004. Rel: 20 Oct 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. They Speak Colour (5:41)
  2. The City (6:03)
  3. The Cull (3:24)
Review: Ron's Reworks, a series of scalpel jobs and lightly beefed-up reworks from Crazy P co-founder Jim Baron AKA Ron Basejam, has now reached its fourth volume. Predictably, the included material is every bit as well-crafted as its' similarly inclined predecessors. The standout is undoubtedly A-side 'They Speak Colour', a loopy, soft-focus disco-house jam whose relentless grooves, synthesizer splashes and simmering orchestration make it sound like Soundstream after a bong full of Marijuana smoke and several disco biscuits. Elsewhere, 'The City' is a canny revision of an unusual disco-boogie number that builds through sections of drums and cut-up, scat style vocals before finally flourishing late on, while 'The Cull' is a deep and meandering head-nodder tailor-made for warm-up sets and sit-down bar gigs.

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2X ORANGE
2X ORANGE (hand-stamped 12")
2X
Cat: 2X ORANGE. Rel: 22 Oct 20
Techno
  1. Measuring Trips (5:28)
  2. Stray (8:00)
Review: Naming records after colours is nothing new; in fact, British tech-house pioneers Circulation spent much of their career delivering tracks named in honour of Pantone colours. Perhaps it was this that inspired Alex Falconer and Jean-Pierre Ahtuam to follow a similar pattern with releases on their 2X label. Circulation certainly would have been proud of 'Stray', the flipside cut on Tim Schlockermann's 2X Orange 12" (his first for the imprint). Featuring meditative ambient chords, pulsing and pleasing synthesizer melodies, chunky synth-bass and snappy, hypnotic machine drums, it sits somewhere between early 2000s tech-house and machine-made deep house. Over on side A, Schlockermann opts for a fuzzier, quirkier and more lo-fi sound on the analogue house sweetness that is 'Measuring Trips'.
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The Telomere Connection
The Telomere Connection (hand-stamped 12" limited to 150 copies)
Cat: TELOMERE 00. Rel: 20 Oct 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Sherman C - "Bubble It Up" (6:11)
  2. Rural Red - "Wax On Wax Off" (6:59)
  3. JD Typo - "Dancefloor Between" (7:03)
  4. Anderson - "Glider Girl" (7:16)
Review: Telomere Plastic is a limited edition Wex sub series "sharing electronics from all around the spectrum." This first missive is a strong various artists release, The Telomere Connection, featuring sounds from Sherman C, Rural Red, JD Typo and Anderson. It's a lithe and synthetic affair that kicks off with bendy tones and warped pads while 'Wax On Wax Off' is a more drum-focussed grover with rippling kicks and sci-fi details. The future facing 'Dancefloor Between' gurgles with soft acid bubbles and 'Glider Girl' rounds out in bumpy fashion.
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Panama
Panama (12")
Cat: OM 030. Rel: 21 Oct 20
Deep House
  1. Panama (7:13)
  2. Santiago (5:18)
  3. Panama (Contours remix) (5:02)
  4. Lima (6:54)
Review: The 30th EP on Omena is suitably special for such an occasion. The label bring in Twovi aka Vito Loperfido to the family, and he is someone who has been putting out interesting house since debuting on Bosconi in 2017, with follow ups on the legendary Inner Balance label overseen by Chicago great Chez Damier. The Italian native continues to innovate here with a house sound that is deep yet dynamic, melodic and dreamy. His drums are loose and funky, the sax lines bring some jazz tinges and a remix from Contours adds another dimension to what is a classy house EP.
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Novaterra Vol 1
Cat: SLVDSCS 09. Rel: 21 Oct 20
Deep House
  1. Livre (6:09)
  2. Be Together (5:08)
  3. Modo Aviao (1:43)
  4. NOX (5:53)
  5. Dias Tensos (3:43)
  6. Boogie Da Paz (6:07)
Review: Selva Discos broadens its horizons with the next release that celebrates the start of a new series focusing on showcasing the music of contemporary Brazilian artists. First up is Pedro Zopelar, known not only for his work with the anarchic-techno-punk act Teto Preto, but also for the project My Girlfriend and his solo LP - both on Funkineven's Apron Records. Novaterra Vol 1 features the hi-tech jazz of 'Livre', the off-kilter funk of 'Dias Tensos' is wonderfully disorienting, while the UK broken beat influence of Bugz In The Attic or Atjazz are clearly evident on tracks like 'Modo Aviao' or the bittersweet 'Boogie Da Paz'.
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