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Cat: PH 020. Rel: 02 Jun 17
Electro
  1. Need Electric (6:07)
  2. Taste (7:21)
  3. One In The Wave (3:56)
  4. The Eagle (6:49)
  5. Loop 1 (0:10)
  6. Loop 2 (0:11)
  7. Loop 3 (0:11)
  8. Loop 4 (0:10)
  9. Loop 5 (0:11)
Review: Although there's always been a sense of momentum driving Daniel Avery, those gears have switched up a notch or two this year, possibly linked to his decision to quit recording under the name Stopmakingme. His arrival on Erol Alkan's Phantasy Sound imprint seems so natural it's strange that it's only happened now, and means the Bournemouth lad done good has essentially worked with his two teen idols in Alkan and Weatherall. The Need Electric EP arrives just as Avery has let slip his commission to complete a Fabric Live mix and the four tracks have him working fully with a vocalist for the first time. The title track pays homage to Avery's formative Electroclash years, bringing the attitude of Miss Kittin and The Hacker up to 21st Century scratch as the stripped down groove twists itself ever tighter around the detuned analogue core. "Taste" and "One In The Wave" will mess with peoples expectations (in the best way possible) whilst "The Eagle" shows Avery has learnt plenty since joining Weatherall's Scrutton Street mafia.
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Taste (Paul Woolford remix) (limited 1-sided vinyl 12")
Cat: PH 20RMX. Rel: 01 Sep 12
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Taste (Paul Wollford Special Request remix)
Review: Having been welcomed into the Phantasy Sound fold earlier this summer with the excellent Need Electric EP, Daniel Avery's musical tastes are further represented with this one sided white label brandishing a rather excellent, knackered pirate radio remix of "Taste" from Paul Woolford under his recently established Special Request alias. Supposedly the first of several such releases (Photonz are also due to be involved) Woolford brilliantly messes with Avery's programming here, transforming one of the oddest tracks made for dancefloor purposes into a constantly spiralling array of busted up, recycled drum breaks. It's all expertly edited by Woolford and the merest hint of the original's slightly unnerving guttural analogue thrust remains intact. A quite superb DJ tool that sets the standards for who the label looks to next!
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Cat: PH 021. Rel: 25 May 17
Electro
  1. Water Jump (8:22)
  2. Drone Logic (7:32)
  3. Reception (6:12)
  4. A Quiet Life (10:14)
  5. Track 5 (locked groove) (0:12)
  6. Track 6 (locked groove) (0:09)
  7. Track 7 (locked groove) (0:08)
  8. Track 8 (locked groove) (0:06)
Review: This young DJ /producer is one of 2012's most promising new artists - take one listen to Water Jump and it's clear why he is so hyped. "Reception" uses a mutant, noisy take on Chicago house basslines to brutal effect, while "Drone Logic" also revisits the past to create a new vision for the future. There, heavy drums roll in and an old school progressive house bassline - one that sounds more Guerilla than Digweed - is chewed to pieces by bursts of electronic feedback. But it's "A Quiet Life" that really stands out. Underpinned by a splurging bass, haunting angelic voices breeze in as psychedelic drums that have little bearing to traditional house / techno structures explode through the speakers.
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Cat: BEC 5161626. Rel: 04 Oct 13
Deep House
  1. Water Jump (album version)
  2. Free Floading
  3. Drone Logic
  4. These Nights Never End
  5. Naive Response
  6. Platform Zero
  7. Need Electric (album version)
  8. All I Need
  9. Spring 27
  10. Simulrec
  11. New Energie (Live Through It)
  12. Knowing We'll Be Here
Review: Having given keen listeners a healthy preview in his Fabric live mix last year, the artist formerly known as Stopmakingme delivers his full-length album for Erol Alkan's Phantasy Sound. It's a limber brew that channels a strong dose of analogue trickery through smart and snappy beat constructions, all bubbling, aquatic synths and troubled delays propelled by unfussy drum patterns so that the melodies can do the talking. Primarily this is a dancefloor album, moving from peppy breakbeat driven numbers to gently bumping house, but always the playful, ineffably warm synth work sets the tone, from "Naive Response"s robotic charm to "Drone Logic"s soaring grind. It's an album brimming in confidence and nailed with precision, and it's packed full of incredibly usable floor rockers to boot.
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Cat: PH 021RMX. Rel: 25 Jan 13
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Drone Logic (Factory Floor Gabe Gurnsey remix)
Review: Daniel Avery was one of 2012's most refreshing success stories; his Fabric mix and two EPs for Erol Alkan's Phantasy Sound may not have slotted comfortably into any of the current flavours of the month, but they shone through thanks to their singular approach to techno. "Drone Logic" was one of the highlights of his second Phantasy release, where an old school progressive house bassline is chewed to pieces by bursts of electronic feedback, and this single-sided remix 12" sees Factory Floor's Gabe Gurnsey provide a fine remix that sounds remarkably restrained for a member of the inheritors of Throbbing Gristle's throne; like Avery's original Gurnsey keeps things mid-tempo but strips everything back to basics, with a simple analogue arpeggio which adds an early industrial quality.
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Cat: TOB 024. Rel: 24 May 12
Deep House
  1. Light Into Dark
  2. Flashlights
  3. Movement
  4. Movement (Andrew Weatherall remix)
Review: Mop haired Fabric resident and remixer du jour Daniel Avery continues to mature as a producer under his own name, having elected to cast off the shackles of expectation that came with his Stopmakingme alias. Arising on the excellent Throne of Blood imprint with the Movement EP, all advance press has focused on the fact that one of Avery's personal heroes and influences in Andrew Weatherall has been commissioned to remix the title track; this shouldn't however mean you discount the three original productions, which further carve out the supine machine funk groove Avery has been burrowing down in recent times. The deep acid thrombosis of "Light Into Dark" practically growls at you from the lower reaches of the channels whilst the floating analogue sounds of "Flashlights" retain a restrain that lends the track an air of bleep laden mystique. Flip over for the echo laden title track whose gloopy groove is complemented by an array of raw drums and fizzing percussion which is tweaked into a lolloping dub disco number by Weatherall.
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Sensation (12")
Cat: PH 50. Rel: 27 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Sensation (7:34)
  2. Clear (6:03)
Review: The romping stomping Daniel Avery, is back on Phantasy Sound with a new two-track 12" which doubles up as the label's 50th, and continues the English producer and DJ's path down a streamlined, hard-edge techno path. Unsurprisingly, "Sensation" is a total juggernaut, a heady techno track that slithers its percussion sway amid huge mounds of delays and atmospherics. Over on the flip, "Clear" sticks to a techno formula insofar as its mid-to-fast tempo, but the melodies and chimes emanating from its underbelly are something wilder and altogether more ethereal. Conniving DJ tools!
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Song For Alpha (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: PHLP 09. Rel: 06 Apr 18
Techno
  1. First Light (1:36)
  2. Stereo L (5:40)
  3. Projector (5:16)
  4. TBW 17 (1:07)
  5. Sensation (7:34)
  6. Citizen//Nowhere (3:36)
  7. Clear (5:33)
  8. Diminuendo (7:00)
  9. Days From Now (2:44)
  10. Embers (1:54)
  11. Slow Fade (5:21)
  12. Glitter (6:44)
  13. Endnote (0:14)
  14. Quick Eternity (8:24)
Review: While undoubtedly one of dance music's greatest party-starters, Daniel Avery has never been a dance music purist. Over the years, there have been various quirky, downtempo-minded side projects and DJ mixes that show the impressive breadth of his musical knowledge. It's for this reason we're not that surprised to find that Song For Alpha, his first album since 2013, combines deeper and more trippy takes on his club-ready sound (home listening fodder, despite the drums) with escapist, early morning cuts inspired by ambient greats (Brian Eno, John Hassell etc.) and the after-hours electronica of Warp's pioneering Artificial Intelligence series. By mixing things up in this way, Avery has delivered what could well be his strongest body of work to date.
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Naive Response (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PH 30. Rel: 24 Oct 13
Techno
  1. Naive Response (Danny Daze remix)
  2. Reception (Perc remix)
Review: With the sounds of Daniel Avery's debut LP Drone Logic still ringing out in our ears, the producer and his label Phantasy Sound commence a series of remix 12"s which apparently feature commissions from some of the perma-glum artist's favourite contemporaries. As you'd expect with a 12" featuring Danny Daze and Perc, the sounds are markedly different with the former's rework of "Naive Response" staying quite true to the original but adding a sense of depth that seems consistent with his own recent output for Ellum Audio. If you've seen Avery or Alkan on a boat party over the summer you've probably danced to this. Much more daring is Perc's viciously industrial take on "Reception" which will probably scare a few Phantasy fans reared on the gentle folkisms of Connan Mockasin!
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Slow Fade EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: PH 60. Rel: 18 Jan 18
Techno
  1. Slow Fade (5:19)
  2. After Dark (4:20)
  3. Radius (8:02)
  4. Fever Dream (5:30)
Gespielt von: Psyk, ATAXIA
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Cat: PH 73. Rel: 04 Jul 18
Techno
  1. Quick Eternity (Four Tet remix) (9:11)
  2. Quick Eternity (club edit) (8:32)
Review: Blessed with cloudy, Aphex Twin-esque electronic orchestration and metallic percussion, "Quick Eternity" provided a fitting finale to Daniel Avery's recent album, Song For Alpha. It's little surprise, then, that Phantasy Sound boss Erol Alkan has decided to release it as a single. You'll find Avery's own Club Edit - a slightly more percussive and hypnotic interpretation with a DJ-friendly intro and extended, end-of-night-friendly beat-free outro - on the flipside, but it's Four Tet's headline-grabbing remix that will take the plaudits. It's a mix in two halves, with a stunningly blissful and loved-up first four five minutes (think shoulder-swinging two step beats and rush-inducing synth flourishes) making way for four minutes of percussive, wonky and psychedelic techno intensity. It really is breathlessly good.
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out of stock $9.25
Slow Fade (remixes) (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PH 70. Rel: 16 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Radius (Surgeon remix) (5:41)
  2. Slow Fade (Actress remix) (4:08)
  3. Fever Dream (Inga Mauer remix) (5:51)
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Cat: PHLP 09CD. Rel: 06 Apr 18
Techno
  1. First Light
  2. Stereo L
  3. Projector
  4. TBW17
  5. Sensation
  6. Citizen//Nowhere
  7. Clear
  8. Diminuendo
  9. Days From Now
  10. Embers
  11. Slow Fade
  12. Glitter
  13. Endnote
  14. Quick Eternity
Review: While undoubtedly one of dance music's greatest party-starters, Daniel Avery has never been a dance music purist. Over the years, there have been various quirky, downtempo-minded side projects and DJ mixes that show the impressive breadth of his musical knowledge. It's for this reason we're not that surprised to find that Song For Alpha, his first album since 2013, combines deeper and more trippy takes on his club-ready sound (home listening fodder, despite the drums) with escapist, early morning cuts inspired by ambient greats (Brian Eno, John Hassell etc.) and the after-hours electronica of Warp's pioneering Artificial Intelligence series. By mixing things up in this way, Avery has delivered what could well be his strongest body of work to date.
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out of stock $8.45
All I Need (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PH 040. Rel: 01 Aug 14
Techno
  1. All I Need (Roman Flugel remix)
  2. These Nights Never End (Ricardo Tobar remix)
Review: Phantasy Sound serve up another pair of remixes from Daniel Avery's world-beating Drone Logic LP, and this time they've turned to Roman Flugel and Ricardo Tobar to deliver the goods. Flugel takes on "All I Need" and rustles up a startling peak time burner full of earworm synth shimmers that show the German producer in his most club-ready mode, while keeping a healthy dose of the low-key moody tones of his own recent output humming away in the calmer moments. Ricardo Tobar meanwhile takes "These Nights Never End" into a leftfield headspace full of fractious rhythms, heavy layers of melody and noise, and an all-round rousing atmosphere.
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Cat: PH 034. Rel: 08 Mar 14
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Need Electric (Audion remix)
  2. Free Floating (Matt Walsh remix)
Review: Riding high after the blanket success of his album, Daniel Avery is back on Phantasy Sound once again with some dangerous remixes from his album. Audion returns Avery's previous remix favour with the messy mind games of "Need Electric", which find Matthew Dear's alias reaching a previous peak of dark and freaky sound design fit for the more deviant dancers. Matt Walsh takes on "Free Floating" with a curiously dualistic interpretation that flits between sweet natured piano chords and off key acid paranoia, all set to a slow and immersive thud of understated drums.
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Knowing We'll Be Here (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PH 36. Rel: 10 Jun 14
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Knowing We'll Be Here (Kink remix) (5:36)
  2. New Energy (Beyond The Wizard Sleeve re-animation) (7:00)
Review: Daniel Avery remains as busy as ever, with both a debut album and a Fabric Live mix leaving him a fully fledged member of the international DJ network. Another release on Phantasy Sound sees another two tracks from Avery's aforementioned LP Drone Logic get the remix treatment from Bulgarian beat specialist Kink and the (vaguely) mysterious Beyond The Wizard Sleeve. Kink, as usual, conjures LP closer "Knowing We'll Be Here" into tightly packed groove with plenty of melodics and a seductive bassline, as he does. The flip is weirder than one would expect and it's probably the better of the two remixes for it. Morphed beats, wacky FX tricks and snappy vocal chops. Top!
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Cat: PH 42. Rel: 16 Jan 15
 
Techno
  1. Drone Logic (Rodhad remix)
  2. Platform Zero (Volte-Face remix)
  3. Sping 27 (Silent Servant emix)
Review: It seemed a logical step for Phantasy Sound to extend the lifespan of Daniel Avery's well regarded debut album Drone Logic with a programme of remix themed 12"s from some of the UK producer's favourite contemporaries. Ahead of a double CD release entitled New Energy that collates these efforts, Phantasy Sound slip out this heavyweight 12" featuring reworks of Avery from Silent Servant, Rodhad, and Volte Face. The rising star of the Berlin techno scene, Rodhad is granted the A Side for a typically lean and deadly rework of "Drone Logic", whilst Silent Servant completely flips the ambience of "Spring 27" into a equally powerful journey through industrial techno. Volte Face may be the lesser known quantity here, but his chiming take on "Platform Zero" is reminiscent of Holden at his most ecstatic.
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Cat: PH 43. Rel: 31 Jan 15
Techno
  1. Naive Response (O [Phase] remix)
  2. Simulrec (Conforce remix)
  3. Water Jump (Powell remix)
Review: Some two years on from the release of rave pin-up Daniel Avery's debut album, Drone Logic, tracks from that set get the remix treatment from an all-star cast of dancefloor deviants. Token regular O (Phase) kicks things off, delivering a delightfully off-kilter broken techno rework of "Naive Response" full of dub textures and post-dubstep rhythms. Conforce's distorted, darkroom techno-meets-Phuture remake of "Simulrec" is equally as impressive, though it's Powell's rub of "Water Jump" that stands out. Fuzzy, lo-fi and full of warped machine funk, it sounds like a future experimental house classic. That's assuming you can call it house; we're still not sure quite how to describe it.
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Drone Logic (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: PHLP 02. Rel: 05 Oct 13
Deep House
  1. Water Jump (album version)
  2. Free Floating
  3. Naive Response
  4. Drone Logic
  5. These Nights Never End
  6. Platform Zero
  7. Need Electric (album version)
  8. All I Need
  9. Spring 27
  10. Simulrec
  11. New Energy (Live Through It)
  12. Knowing We'll Be Here
Review: Having given keen listeners a healthy preview in his Fabric live mix last year, the artist formerly known as Stopmakingme delivers his full-length album for Erol Alkan's Phantasy Sound. It's a limber brew that channels a strong dose of analogue trickery through smart and snappy beat constructions, all bubbling, aquatic synths and troubled delays propelled by unfussy drum patterns so that the melodies can do the talking. Primarily this is a dancefloor album, moving from peppy breakbeat driven numbers to gently bumping house, but always the playful, ineffably warm synth work sets the tone, from "Naive Response"s robotic charm to "Drone Logic"s soaring grind. It's an album brimming in confidence and nailed with precision, and it's packed full of incredibly usable floor rockers to boot.
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Cat: 506042 1560298. Rel: 04 Mar 15
Techno
  1. Drone Logic (Factory Floor/Gabe Gurnsey remix)
  2. All I Need (Roman Flugel remix)
  3. Platform Zero (Volte Face remix)
  4. Naive Response (A Phase remix)
  5. Spring 27 (Silent Servant remix)
  6. Free Floating (Matt Walsh remix)
  7. Knowing We'll Be Here (Kink remix)
  8. New Energy (Beyond The Wizard's Sleeve re-animation)
  9. Drone Logic (Rodhad remix)
  10. Need Electric (Audion remix)
  11. Reception (Perc remix)
  12. These Nights Never End (Ricardo Tobar remix)
  13. Simulrec (Conforce remix)
  14. Water Jump (Powell remix)
  15. Taste (Special Request remix)
  16. Naive Response (Danny Daze remix)
Review: On New Energy, an impressive cast of artists remix UK producer Daniel Avery's original material. Representing German house music is Roman Fluegel, whose dubby, expansive version of "All I Need" fuses jittery keys with blissed out vocal samples. Surprisingly, Volte Face from the BleeD club delivers a similar deep house take on "Platform Zero", its chiming keys unfolding over sweeping filters. There is also an unexpected remix from Token's O [Phase], whose version of "Naive Response" favours a blissful, percussive workout rather than his usual, abrasive sounds. Silent Servant's take on "Spring 27" is one of the few real techno remixes with an insistent, stabbing chord and a rumbling bass prevailing, while Factory Floor's version of "Drone Logic" is a mutant disco dub, laced with bubbling acid and detached vocals.
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Diminuendo (12")
Cat: PH 79. Rel: 12 Oct 18
Techno
  1. Diminuendo (7:01)
  2. Hyper Detail (4:35)
  3. Light Of Falling Rain (6:30)
  4. Time Marked Its Irregular Pulse In Her Eyes (2:18)
Review: One of the standout cuts from Daniel Avery's superb Song For Alpha album, "Diminuendo", gets a deserved single release. The title track - an alien-sounding chunk of psychedelic darkroom techno made in collaboration with recent Tresor signing Manni Dee - kicks off the EP, before Avery serves up a trio of previously unheard workouts. The first of these, "Hyper Detail", is a weighty chunk of creepy and intense techno propelled forwards by thunderous beats and wickedly wild TB-303 acid lines, while B-side opener "Light of Falling Rain" is an equally trippy slab of wonky electro/modular techno fusion. Closer "Time Marked Its Irregular Pulse In Her Eyes", meanwhile, is the kind of twisted ambient - all barely decipherable electronic speech and spacey noises - that sounds like it was beamed down from another universe.
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Cat: PH 75. Rel: 22 Mar 19
Techno
  1. Citizen/Nowhere (Manni Dee remix) (7:52)
  2. Glitter (Anatasia Kristensen remix) (6:23)
  3. Diminuendo (Patrick Russell remix) (5:04)
 in stock $9.25
Cat: PH 72. Rel: 25 May 18
Techno
  1. Projector (5:17)
  2. Shadow Mountain (5:55)
  3. Glass (4:01)
  4. REHBGBV4367 (2:50)
 in stock $11.10
Sensation (Rrose remix) (heavyweight vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: PH 50RMX. Rel: 26 Aug 16
Techno
  1. Sensation (Rrose remix) (8:32)
  2. Clear (Abdulla Rashim remix) (8:44)
Review: A year on from the release of Sensation, Daniel Avery has decided to get the track - and its' original B-side, "Clear" - remixed. Sandwell District and Eaux eccentric Rrose is the artist given the task of transforming "Sensation". She does that well, re-casting Avery's upbeat original as a clanging, clandestine chunk of trippy, feverish, late night techno full of infected electronics, creepy pads, and soft-focus rhythms. Fellow experimentalist Abdulla Rashim picks up the baton on the flip, delivering a version of "Clear" built around dense, pulsating percussion, ghostly electronics, and occasionally confused offbeat kick-drums. It's far bolder and more obviously club-ready than the A-side, but a little less intriguing.
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out of stock $8.45
Cat: PH 78. Rel: 05 Apr 19
Techno
  1. Diminuendo (Luke Slater remix) (8:14)
  2. Projector (Obscure Shape & SHDW remix) (6:05)
  3. Days From Now (Richard Fearless remix) (6:24)
Gespielt von: Edit Select, Philippe Petit
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Cat: RRD 003EP2. Rel: 21 Jan 12
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Daniel Avery - "Oyster"
  2. Montevideo - "Fate Glory" (Fear Of Theydon remix)
  3. Jr Seaton - "No Other Place"
  4. International - "Man Ray"
Review: Robbie Insinna's Relish imprint presents a second vinyl offcut from their Various Artists compilation Relish 3, placing the esteemed talents of Dan Avery, JR Seaton, Montevideo and International across the 24 inches of wax. Avery is of course more commonly known as Stopmakingme, but has recently chosen to record under his real name in an effort to dabble in musical endeavours away from those associated with the Soulwax influenced moniker. "Oyster" is a fine example of Avery's current ear for machine driven sludge funk with reverberant gaseous synths cascading around the driving motorik beat whilst Avery the gaps are filled with all manner of lo fi bleeps and textures. Alongside this, sometime Sunday Best artist Fear Of Theydon is employed to remix "Fate Glory" by Montevideo, delivering a sprawling punk funk odyssey complemented by burrowing Italo bass arpeggios and Jean Waterlot's intermittent vocal contributions that delicately soar. JR Seaton opens proceedings on the flip with "No Other Place" a delightful juxtaposition of gentle melodic tones and jagged rhythms which adds further credence to the opinion the Berlin dweller is one of those who can draw beautiful sounds out of electronic music. Insinna creeps in on the action for the final track as International alongside Stefano for the baggy vibes of "Man Ray", which sounds like a much needed archival find from the 90s DAT tapes of Sir Andy Weatherall.
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Cat: OM 17. Rel: 12 Dec 12
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Magnetic
  2. Magnetic (Barnt remix)
  3. Commercial Suicide
  4. Music For Mutants (We Are Wverywhere)
out of stock $8.19
Cat: 10FAB 011. Rel: 28 Mar 13
Techno
  1. Daniel Avery - "Naive Reception"
  2. Daniel Avery & The Deadstock 33s - "Effect Tweak"
Review: The Erol Alkan and Timothy J Fairplay influences really come to fore on Daniel Avery's latest record, a 10" released by Phantasy Sound in cahoots with London clubbing behemoth Fabric. "Naive Reception" was a highlight of Avery's accomplished contribution to the latter's ongoing mix series and sounded equally good when Mr Alkan dropped it during his 10 hour set at London's Fire last Bank Holiday weekend. Sinister doses of gurgling acidics spiral through an assortment of dank filters that have the ability to push listeners minds into the (un)comfortable realm Dj Koze discovered in his track "Mr Bojangles". On the flip, you will find "Effect Tweak" from the same mix, a killer DJ tool that Avery did in collaboration with long term studio sparrer The Deadstock 33s - a pitched down vocal similar in sound to Richie Hawtin's voices in my head vocal, only this says "noise flies high".
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Daniel AVERY/VARIOUS
Cat: FABRIC 132. Rel: 15 Nov 12
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Daniel Avery - "The Eagle"
  2. Cowboy Rhythmbox - "Shake"
  3. Telephones - "Kanal" (Prins Thomas Sure oppstot)
  4. Rework - "Touch Yourself"
  5. Nautiluss - "Troubleman"
  6. Daniel Avery - "Need Electric"
  7. Daniel Avery - "Naive Reception"
  8. Sneaker - "You Think You Think"
  9. Simian Mobile Disco - "Supermoon"
  10. Magnets - "Game Theory"
  11. Daniel Avery & The Deadstock 33s - "Effect Tweak"
  12. Daniel Avery - "Water Jump"
  13. James Welsh - "Something Borrowed"
  14. Daniel Avery - "Taste"
  15. Forward Strategy Group - "Elegant Mistakes"
  16. JR Seaton - "Way Savvy" (Gatto Fritto remix)
  17. Morgan Hammer - "Libillule" (Matt Walsh remix)
  18. Viadrina - "It's OK" (Prince club remix)
  19. Miss Kittin - "Girlz"
  20. Raudive - "Dancing & Slaving"
  21. Kassem Mosse - "Workshop 12 (A1)"
  22. The Asphodells - "Dry Heat"
  23. Compuphonic - "Sequoia"
Review: The rise of London producer Daniel Avery has been little short of staggering. Less than two years ago, he was relatively unknown beyond the confines of blogland. Now, thanks to a string of acclaimed productions and a blossoming DJ career, he's been afforded the opportunity to mix the latest instalment of the FabricLive series. Musically, FabricLive 66 offers a snapshot of where he's at now, delivering a tough but flowing mix of fuzzy electronic rhythms, stripped-back techno, gnarled acid house and tactile, next-level electronica (see Gatto Fritto's superb remix of JR Seaton's "Way Savvy"). There are also occasional forays into electroclash-ish territory (Miss Kittin, Raudive) and a smattering of Avery's own productions, making FabricLive 66 a formidable proposition.
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 in stock $5.28
Daniel AVERY/VARIOUS
DJ Kicks (gatefold 2xLP + mixed CD)
K7
Cat: K7 342LP. Rel: 11 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Daniel Avery - "A Mechanical Sky" (DJ-Kicks) (5:53)
  2. Daniel Avery - "Space Echo" (3:20)
  3. Rote - "Look In Your Eyes" (5:38)
  4. Ulwhednar - "Stortorget" (5:22)
  5. In Aeternam Vale - "Soundscape I" (2:35)
  6. JP Enfant - "Sirens" (6:52)
  7. IORI - "Maya" (6:30)
  8. Reeko - "Capitulo 5" (6:37)
  9. Slam - "Cirklon Bells" (Edit Select remix) (6:12)
  10. In Aeternam Vale - "Soundscape I"
  11. Daniel Avery - "Sensation" (Rrose remix)
  12. Shlomo - "Vertigo"
  13. Planetary Assault Systems - "Dungeon"
  14. Ekserd - "Hidden Document II" (Svreca remix)
  15. BLNDR - "Untitled 3" (Modvs remix)
  16. Ulwhednar - "Stortoget"
  17. Reeko - "Capitulo 5"
  18. Artefakt - "The Fifth Planet"
  19. Post Scriptum - "Donbelief"
  20. JP Enfant - "Sirens"
  21. IORI/Rote - "Maya/Look In Your Eyes"
  22. Lewis Fautzi - "Blood"
  23. Daniel Avery - "A Mechanical Sky" (DJ-Kicks)
  24. Slam - "Cirklon Bells" (Edit Select remix)
  25. Daniel Avery - "Space Echo"
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Daniel AVERY/VARIOUS
DJ Kicks (mixed CD)
K7
Cat: K7 342CD. Rel: 11 Nov 16
Techno
  1. In Aeternam Vale - "Soundscape I"
  2. Daniel Avery - "Sensation" (Rrose remix)
  3. Shlomo - "Vertigo"
  4. Planetary Assault Systems - "Dungeon"
  5. Ekserd - "Hidden Document II" (Svreca remix)
  6. BLNDR - "Untitled 3" (Modvs remix)
  7. Ulwhednar - "Stortoget"
  8. Reeko - "Capitulo 5"
  9. Artefakt - "The Fifth Planet"
  10. Post Scriptum - "Donbelief"
  11. JP Enfant - "Sirens"
  12. IORI/Rote - "Maya/Look In Your Eyes"
  13. Lewis Fautzi - "Blood"
  14. Daniel Avery - "A Mechanical Sky" (DJ-Kicks)
  15. Slam - "Cirklon Bells" (Edit Select remix)
  16. Daniel Avery - "Space Echo"
Review: As a producer, Daniel Avery has rightfully earned a reputation as someone with a distinct stylistic vision. While he regularly flits between styles and tempos, his music retains a dark, horror-influenced edge that's rarely less than beguiling. During club sets, he rarely strays away from a dense techno template, selecting tracks that fit his distinctively foreboding style. It's this side to his musical personality that shines through on DJ Kicks. It begins and ends with two maudlin chunks of otherworldly ambience; in between, you'll find an array of booming, late night techno jams from the likes of Shlomo, Planetary Assault Systems, Slam and Artefakt. Naturally, it's slickly mixed, resulting in a paranoid journey through 21st century body music.
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