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Space Out
Space Out (12")
Cat: ANMA 007. Rel: 03 Apr 19
Deep House
  1. G621 (5:51)
  2. Space Out (6:53)
  3. G621 (SofaTalk remix) (6:08)
  4. 2 Another Place (6:29)
out of stock $11.45
Rite Of Passage EP
Rite Of Passage EP (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: SCRS 012. Rel: 10 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Rite Of Passage (6:21)
  2. Flight (6:11)
  3. Rite Of Passage (Bell Boys mix) (6:34)
  4. Memories (6:05)
out of stock $10.09
Aprileft (CD)
Cat: PSMCD 001. Rel: 05 Feb 15
Deep House
  1. Aprileft
  2. For Warm Weather
  3. Worries (part 1)
  4. U & Me
  5. Leavin'
  6. Fixed Expression
  7. Hyperspace Dreams
  8. Space Beat
  9. Digital Fantasy
  10. Satellite
  11. Elegie
  12. Tuxedo
  13. Transient Explorer
  14. Love2
Review: To date, Appian's vinyl-only releases have been pleasingly varied, with the Detroit native variously delivering experimental electronics (the glitch-hop inspired Endomusia EP), sci-fi tinged techno (various appearances on Sly Fox Records), and warm deep house (the recent Chatter EP on Fina). These disparate strands are finally brought together on Aprileft, a debut album that bristles with Motor City themes. The album's 14 tracks are typically varied - think tech-soul-inspired electrofunk, acid, deep dancefloor jams and experimental electro - but all come laden with spacey electronics, classic synths and a jazz-like swing. It makes for hugely enjoyable listening, and marks Appian out as a name to watch in coming years.
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Chatter EP
Chatter EP (12")
Cat: FINA 017. Rel: 12 Jan 15
Deep House
  1. Chatter
  2. Astronomer
  3. Operator
  4. Operator (Monty Luke mix)
Review: Growing up in Metro-Detroit, and having recently played on the 'Made in Detroit' stage at this year's Movement Festival, you'd have a fair idea of what to expect from Appian. Indeed, the influence of the Motor City's signature sound on much of the burgeoning talent's output is unmistakable. Yet Appian's forthcoming release 'Chatter EP' on FINA Records is a testament to his varied and experimental production style; a distinctive sound borne out of inspirations as varied as funk, experimental electronica, disco, "80s stuff", early house, and Aphex Twin.

First up, Appian takes funk staples into the deep house realm with dexterity and class with the EP's title track. The strong and rhythmic electric bass and Hammond organ-esque chords simply ooze a feel good funk and lock you in from the get go. The foregrounded filtered cymbals give the snappy 4/4 beat a jazzy twist and help drive this unquestionably contagious, warm and upbeat groove forward. All in all, an organic and energised house jam, fit for all kinds of shoulder shrugging, finger clicking, side stepping goodness.

The suitably titled 'Astronomer' meanwhile is light years away from the lead track in terms of its vibe. Feel good, perhaps, however the long drawn out, and warped synths hypnotise from the offset whilst the sporadic and gently melodic chords soften the mood, evoking feelings of weightlessness and calm. The gradual layering of experimental blends of beats and analogue bleeps transport to infinite plains, slowly building in momentum to a kind of warped, futuristic crescendo. An equally well crafted composition but definitely suited to star gazing than shoulder shrugging.

On the flip side, Appian mixes it up again. 'Operator' shares many of the same abstract characteristics as 'Astronomer' but the introduction of industrial stabs and more robotic analogues over a back drop of an extended synth, makes it an experimental take on a more classic, raw Detroit sound.

Last up and unsurprisingly, Planet E's legendary Monty Luke showcases his freethinking and flamboyant production prowess with a bad ass reworking of 'Operator'. He cleverly complements the original's synths by added another leading loop which, along with the staccatoed beats and crisp high-hats on the off, step up Appian's offering a gear or two. By bringing the backdrop more to the fore and piling on percussion and atmospheric blasts he achieves a frenzied fusion of sounds that is sure to bring a palpable energy to the dance floor.

A classy EP from some of Detroit's finest emerging and established talent. Worth chatting about.
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Endomusia EP
Cat: PSM 008. Rel: 01 Nov 12
Deep House
  1. Slow Jam
  2. Perception
  3. Track 3
  4. Pacman
  5. Floating
  6. Journey
Gespielt von: OLDERIC, Appian, Last Mood
out of stock $9.54
Corndogs 004
Corndogs 004 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: CORNDOGS 004. Rel: 03 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Appian - "Live At MPLS" (6:15)
  2. Berndt - "What's The First Thing That Comes To Mind" (5:24)
  3. Segv - "U Don't Know" (5:48)
Gespielt von: Ney Faustini
out of stock $10.90
Local Heat 01
Local Heat 01 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: LOHEAT 01. Rel: 02 Jun 14
  1. Appian - "Wont You"
  2. Fit Of Body - "Emotional Suspect"
  3. Marshall Applewhite - "No Crime"
  4. The Friend - "Bleed"
out of stock $9.80
Clave Trax Vol 1 (repress)
Cat: CLAVE 001. Rel: 29 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. Appian - "For Warm Weather" (part 2) (5:00)
  2. Gerald Norton - "Wilbert Cobbs" (4:54)
  3. Segv - "Uhxhxh" (5:34)
  4. Berndt - "Pitchblack" (5:08)
Review: Get your claves out for the lads... This white hot Detroit label launched earlier this year with this very inaugural volume, back again and reissued by popular demand. All flexing around 116 mark, there's a loose sense of funk coded throughout as we're treated to a range of groove treats. Highlights include the detuned synth hypnosis of Berndt's "Pitchblack", the percussive allure and sub charm of Appian's "For Warm Weather" and the rippling dubbed synths of Segv's "Uhxhxh". A very welcome reissue.
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Corndogs #2
Cat: CORNDOGS 002. Rel: 26 Jul 14
Deep House
  1. Appian - "Grbx"
  2. Gerald Norton - "Gwen Stacy" (mix 2)
  3. Segv - "Hypersurface"
  4. Suitor - "Gradient"
out of stock $8.72
Ganondorf (12")
Cat: EOLB 1. Rel: 28 Oct 13
Deep House
  1. Appian - "G381"
  2. NDV - "Chestivations"
  3. Cyclonix - "Rising Tide"
  4. Nubian Mindz - "Lock Out"
Review: End of Level Boss Records is a joint project from Tusk and Cyclonix celebrating the world of video game technostalgia through electronic music. End Of Level Boss 1 Ganondorf. Ganondorf is the humanoid form of Ganon, the ultimate embodiment of evil and hatred, the nemesis of Link, and the final boss in many of the Legend of Zelda games. Ganondorf is a formidable sorcerer and a shapeshifter. His hatred is so intense that he can survive even the total obliteration of his body and remain conscious. An ultimate bad ass.

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Smoker (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: SLYFOX 001. Rel: 02 Nov 12
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Appian - "Stuck In A Rut"
  2. Appain - "Smoker"
  3. Segv - ""
  4. Segv - "Perimeter"
Review: After debuting on Phuture Shock Musik, Appian returns to inaugurate the Sly Fox imprint, sharing wax space with Segv whilst delving into techy realms with his love of fractured groove. Taking up the A side with two edgy cuts, "Stuck In A Rut" shows Appian occupies the kind of headspace that makes 2562 such an exciting proposition, flitting around an off-kilter beat and subtle splashes of chord tones. His second jam, "Smoker" makes a nifty funk out of minimal dub techno, crafting a gnarly synth hook that accentuates the bouncing rhythm. Segv meanwhile keeps things much straighter with the Basic Channel-esque "", and pounds out a tough bongo mantra on "Perimeter".
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Excursions (red vinyl 12")
Cat: PSMEX 001. Rel: 05 Jun 14
  1. OPR8 - "Call To Riddle"
  2. Psyah - "The Coolidge Effect"
  3. Roof Light - "Gal Costa's Headband"
  4. Appian - "If Only"
out of stock $9.80
Various Artists Vol 1
Various Artists Vol 1 (12" + sticker limited to 300 copies)
Cat: ANMA 003. Rel: 29 Jun 16
Deep House
  1. Reflection Port Assembly - "RPA1" (7:09)
  2. Appian - "Artemis" (7:10)
  3. Nicson & An Gelo - "Aitch" (5:01)
  4. Bessiekat - "Windward" (4:24)
  5. DNArt - "Psichedelia" (5:39)
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Janky (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: SLYFOX 002. Rel: 12 Dec 14
Deep House
  1. Segv - "Janky"
  2. Appian - "Re:shell"
Review: After their first split release on Sly Fox two years ago, Segv and Appian are back together again for round two and in both cases the approach to deep, crafty techno demands attention from the off. Segv's "Janky" has a sharp drum section buffed with plenty of kinks in the otherwise steadfast groove, while a slick dub chord pulses through the core of the track. Appian has a lighter, skipping flavour at work on "Re:Shell", with a punchy bassline anchoring the track while swishing chords try to offset the swung funk of the beat. In both instances there is a distinctive, addictive quality that should get these two emerging producers plenty of air time.
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Silent Movie Sounds III
Cat: RHR 008. Rel: 01 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Mituo Shiomi - "Ready" (5:13)
  2. Appian - "Hekuba" (6:25)
  3. Alex Danilov - "Acid Love" (5:48)
  4. Taelue - "Pineal Gland" (7:08)
Review: The third installment of 'Silent Movie Sounds' series features music from four producers each delivering a different cut of deep, hypnotic music. Japanese artist Mituo Shiomi is a regular on Simoncino's HotMix Records. He kicks off the VA with a mesmerizing house track. Fresh from his EP on Fina Records, Detroit-based producer Appian contributes a thumping track to this 12". Russian producer Alex Danilov returns to RHR with a love story to acid. Last but not least, the Chicago-based co-owner of Perpetual Rhythms, Nick Marshall aka Taelue closes the EP with a deep and emotional track with a solid kick and smooth synth lines.
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