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4x12 (CD + booklet)
Cat: PM 27. Rel: 18 Jul 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Ha
  2. SHGL
  3. Zulu
  4. Further Evident Meanings
  5. New Upheavil
  6. Sunset Eyes Through Water
  7. Morpheus Baby
  8. Big Sex
  9. Broadcast Test Transmission 1
  10. After Upheavil (Richard H Kirk remix - Adi Newton Radical version)
  11. Zulu (Richard H Kirk remix - Adi Newton dub version)
Review: Following the original dissolution of legendary Sheffield industrial funk outfit Clock DVA in 1984, founder member Adi Newton struck out on his own with The Anti-Group: an experimental project in which he could explore a variety of sonic worlds with the aid of a revolving cast of likeminded Steel City stalwarts (Richard H Kirk, Stephen Mallinder, Martyn Ware and Warp co-founder Robert Gordon included). "4x12" is a retrospective of sorts, gathering together tracks from three 12" singles ("Ha-Zulu", "Big Sex", "Broadcast Test") and one mini-album ("ShT"). Musically, it veers from collage style sample patchworks and dark ambient soundscapes to rubbery industrial funk, twisted post synth-pop, EBM-influenced workouts and madcap experimental escapades.
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Cat: HTH 114CD. Rel: 19 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Panaflex Sunrise
  2. Pineal Gland
  3. Thermatropic
  4. Shoreline
  5. Entropy
  6. Xenopsin
  7. Double Rainbow
  8. Phosphorescence
Review: As you're probably by now aware, the latest Special Request album, "Bedroom Tapes", includes some of the earliest music recorded by Paul Woolford in his Leeds home during the mid-to-late 1990s. The tracks were recovered from cassettes the producer rediscovered during a recent house move. There's much to enjoy throughout, from the deep and melodious electro brilliance of opener "Panaflex Sunrise" and the IDM-influenced ambient techno sweetness of "Thermatropic", to the fizzing, stargazing brilliance of "Entropy" and the high-octane, sub-heavy dreaminess of "Double Rainbow", which like a lot of the album draws influence from the likes of B12, Autechre and Boards of Canada. Arguably best of all, though, is the epic techno workout "Xenospin", a slowly rising chunk of rushing Yorkshire futurism.
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Sunny Side Up (unmixed CD)
Cat: BWOOD 205CD. Rel: 19 Jul 19
Jazz
  1. Phil Stroud - "Banksia"
  2. Dufresne - "Pick Up/Galaxy"
  3. Kuzich - "There Is No Time"
  4. Audrey Powne - "Bleeding Hearts"
  5. Zeitgeist Freedom Energy Exchange - "Powers 2 (The People)"
  6. Laneous - "Nice To See You"
  7. Silent Jay - "Eternal/Internal Peace"
  8. Horatio Luna - "The Wake Up"
  9. Allysha - "Orbit"
Review: As anyone who's visited the city will tell you, Melbourne's underground music scene is particularly vibrant. While it's the more club-focused side of the scene that's previously had most props, "Sunny Side Up" attempts to shine a light on the more soulful and jazzy side of the city's output with the assistance of musical director Silentjay. It's a rich, evocative and musically expansive set that moves from the languid, sun-kissed jazz bliss of Phil Stroud's "Banksia", to the spiritual jazz brilliance of Allysha's "Orbit", via carefully crafted cuts that touch on rubbery 1970s jazz-funk (Dufresne's superb "Pick Up/Galaxy"), rushing broken beat/jazz fusion (Zeitgeist Freedom Energy Exchange), house-influenced dancefloor jazz (Horatio Luna) and drowsy downtempo beats (the languid "There Is No Time" by Kuzich).
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Acid (unmixed CD)
Cat: STILLMCD 15. Rel: 19 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. Pierre's Fantasy Club - "Dreamgirl"
  2. Phortune - "Can You Feel The Bass?"
  3. Armando - "151"
  4. Fingers - "The Juice"
  5. Fingers - "Ecstasy"
  6. Phortune - "Jiggerwatts"
  7. Cool McCool - "World Turns Around"
  8. Mickey Oliver - "Pump Up The Acid"
Review: Over the months and years ahead, Chicago's Still Music is going to reissue a wealth of material that first appeared on the Windy City's Hot Mix 5 records imprint. First up is a surprise CD edition of "Acid", the label's sole full-length release from 1988. As the title suggests, it was originally meant to showcase the (then) brand new sound of acid house - that raw, jacking style that combined the wild, "acid" style electronics of Roland's TB-303 bass synthesizer and heavy drum machine rhythms. It remains a peerless collection of killer acid cuts, with highlights including Photrune's wonderfully sleazy "Can You Feel The Bass?", Armando's driving, mind-altering "151", the clanking drums and alien electronics of Mr Fingers' "Ecstasy" and the driving peak-time thrust of Mickey Oliver's "Pump Up The Acid".
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ANIMA (CD)
XL
Cat: XL 987CD. Rel: 19 Jul 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Traffic
  2. Last I Heard (...He Was Circling The Drain)
  3. Twist
  4. Dawn Chorus
  5. I Am A Very Rude Person
  6. Not The News
  7. The Axe
  8. Impossible Knots
  9. Runwayaway
Review: It's taken a while, but finally Thom Yorke's impressive third solo album, "ANIMA", is available on wax (and in a fetching shade of orange, too). A future classic that continues the legacy he started with XL Recordings back in 2006 (with his solo debut The Eraser), ANIMA is well worth picking up, as Yorke and co-producer Nigel Godrich offer up evocative, off-kilter songs built around the twin attractions of the Radiohead man's distinctive vocals and skewed backing tracks rich in layered electronic noise, body-bending sub-bass, discordant synthesizer parts and intriguingly jaunty drum loops. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the creepy, lo-fi ambient swirl of "Last I Heard (...He Was Circling the Drain)" and "Dawn Chorus" (a blissfully dewy-eyed early morning soundscape), to the low-slung, post-trip-hop hum of "I Am A Very Rude Person" and the fizzing, jazz-fired thrust of "Impossible Knots". Melancholic, yes. Deep and self-effacing, of course. Nihilistic, not really. Percussive futurist sub-pop is back.
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