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Cat: LIB 11. Rel: 19 Feb 19
Techno
  1. Bad Trip (5:43)
  2. Tune In Space (5:49)
  3. Alpha 101 (6:27)
  4. Dark Space (6:48)
Review: Over the last year or two, Darren "Dawl" Woollard has proved to be one of British techno's most on-point revivalists. Here he pops up on Libertine with more mind-altering peak-time fare full of subtle references to records of old. There's something particularly wild and psychedelic about EP opener "Bad Trip", a throbbing chunk of mid-tempo techno rich in ghostly chords, glassy-eyed spoken word samples and layer upon layer of TB-303 acid lines. "Tune In Space" doffs a suitably oversized cap to "bleep and breaks" style early UK hardcore (think "LFO" chords, "Testone" bleeps, heavy sub bass and skittish drums), while "Alpha 101" sounds like the kind of record "Evil" Eddie Richards might have made around 1990. "Dark Space" meanwhile, is a killer electro cut laden in bleep-style melodies.
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out of stock $11.83
Cat: PAREIDOLIA 003. Rel: 11 Jun 18
Electro
  1. Brutal Science (5:25)
  2. The Key (6:37)
  3. First High (6:39)
  4. Bleek (5:54)
Review: Previously, Darren "Dawl" Woollard has specialized in contributing tracks to compilation style EPs. Here, he finally gets a chance to showcase his wares on a solo EP of his own. Wisely, he's decided to use the opportunity to showcase some of his vintage influences. Opener "Brutal Science", for example, sees him stick a thrillingly rubbery synth bassline underneath cut-up early hardcore breakbeats, while "First High" is the kind of intergalactic, bleep-heavy roller that could have been made by LFO or Forgemasters way back in 1989. Bleep seems to be a big influence on Woollard, because the style's trademark sparse electronic melodies and heavy bass can also be heard on closer "Bleek" and standout "The Key", which thrillingly joins the dots between those heady Yorkshire sounds and punchy beatbox electro.
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Gespielt von: Roberto S
out of stock $12.08
Cat: TRB 02. Rel: 04 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Want Some Candy (7:07)
  2. Voyage (6:20)
  3. Frantic (6:44)
  4. Just Housin (6:04)
Review: Tribe Recordings' second missive is another standout techno affair, this time from Dawl who has been making big moves this year on Better Sound Italy, Tone Dropout and Hypnohouse. His futuristic sound hits that perfect sweet spot between techno and electro, all with a deeply cosmic edge. "Want Some Candy" manages to be super slick and sleek with a pumping bassline that will wiggle your backside. The intergalactic journey continues on the more textured and brain frying "Voyage" and completes with the acid laced jack track "Just Hausin" which is a real fist pumper.
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Cat: HAWS 006. Rel: 08 Apr 20
Techno
  1. Break It Down (5:48)
  2. Subject 91 (5:42)
  3. Proton (6:09)
  4. Break It Down (Kosh remix) (6:17)
Review: Since making his name as part of the Tone Dropout crew a few years back, Darren "Dawl" Woollard has become a go-to man for labels looking for on-point doses of sweaty retrofuturism. Here he makes his debut on Cardiff-based Haws, sprinting his way through acid/electro/breakbeat fusion (fantastic opener "Break It Down"), bustling, hip-house influenced early breakbeat hardcore revival (the stab-happy rush of "Subject 91") and bleep-sporting acid-house heaviness ("Proton", which may well be the EP's standout moment). To round things off, Kosh reworks "Break It Down", reinventing as a throbbing slab of booming techno rich in fizzing drum machine beats, low-slung bass, cyber-sonic melodies and intergalactic chords.
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out of stock $12.88
FORTHCOMING
Something's Going To Happen EP
Cat: AOD 007. Rel: 07 Aug 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Something's Going To Happen
  2. Compute
  3. Rhythm Activated
  4. Project 3
coming soon $13.14
Cat: SP 005. Rel: 16 Jan 19
Techno
  1. Bring It Back (6:05)
  2. Infected System (4:45)
  3. Parranoid (5:36)
  4. Cosmic Drift (5:57)
Review: For the uninitiated, Dawl is the alias of one Darren Woollard - a London based producer in charge of Tone Dropout since 2013. He has also served up some great releases of late on Berlin imprints Libertine and Klasse Wrecks. His new Infected System EP is for Shadow Play, a Paris based operation run by veteran DJ Le Loup (aka Hold Youth) and Pura. Classic UK rave aesthetics of yesteryear are catered for on "Bring It Back" with snarling 303 acid accompanied by fierce breakbeat action. On the flip are he pays homage to Yorkshire techno on the tunnelling banger "Parranoia" which uses more of that signature TB-303 sound and the deeply emotive hypnotism of "Cosmic Drift".
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Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Techno
out of stock $9.99
Time To Throw Down EP (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: CKNOWEP 19. Rel: 29 Aug 19
Breakbeat
  1. Let's Go (6:54)
  2. Drop It (6:44)
  3. Heavyweight (7:05)
  4. Overdub (5:37)
Review: In our opinion, there are few labels out there quite as consistent as Craigie Knowes. The Scottish imprint has been on fire of late, and this label debut from Tone Dropout and Klasse Wrecks regular Darren "Dawl" Woollard is another surefire winner. There's a sweaty, saucer-eyed feel to the EP, from the acid-fired breakbeat madness of throbbing opener "Let's Go" and the accurately titled insanity of "Heavyweight" - all chopped-up rave-era riffs, booming bass and skittish drums - to the mind-altering acid psychedelia of hypnotic closing cut "Overdub" and the warehouse-friendly 1990 breakbeat hardcore skip of sub-heavy smasher "Drop It". In other words, it's a reliably charged-up set of misty-eyed workouts.
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Cat: TD 1907. Rel: 20 Mar 19
Techno
  1. Dawl - "Nebulon" (6:16)
  2. Daif - "Soberman" (7:35)
  3. Ascot/WW - "FIFA 98" (4:56)
  4. Alphonse - "Direct Transient" (7:07)
  5. Jamie Blanco - "Acid Damage" (5:47)
  6. ToneBreak 3 (3:57)
Review: When it comes to revivalist rave music, no other label does it quite as well as Tone Dropout. Their multi-artist EPs are invariably excellent and this seventh edition once again hits the mark. Dawl kicks things off via the fizzing "bleep and breaks" business of "Nebulon", before Daif dishes up some sweaty breakbeats and mind-altering analogue bass. Ascot and WW join forces for the bleep-goes-breakdance bustle of "FIFA 98", Alphonse wraps twisted acid lines and outer-space chords around a hip-house breakbeat ("Direct Transient"), and Jamie Blanco gets intense with the help of a bunch of TB-303 acid lines and some suitably jacking drums. In other words, it's another killer collection of saucer-eyed assaults on the senses.
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out of stock $9.73
Cat: BS 03. Rel: 15 Mar 19
Techno
  1. Dawl - "System Outmode" (6:29)
  2. Dawl - "Sector 7G" (6:55)
  3. Moxx - "Intermediate World" (instrumental version) (5:11)
  4. Moxx - "Track 4" (4:56)
out of stock $11.04
Cat: WRECKS 016. Rel: 08 Feb 18
Electro
  1. All Systems Down (5:37)
  2. Blast Our Way Out (5:43)
  3. Rise Of The Humanoids (6:44)
  4. Transmitting Sounds (7:10)
Gespielt von: Corbi, Piers Harrison
out of stock $10.26
Cat: WRECKS 022. Rel: 23 May 19
Electro
  1. Into The Future (6:21)
  2. Signal 57 (6:09)
  3. Switch (6:12)
  4. Retransmit (5:19)
Gespielt von: Dawl, Tagwell Woods
 in stock $11.55
  1. Dawl & Sween - "Laser Guided" (6:02)
  2. Skywave Transmissions - "Warehouse 101" (with XOTR) (6:14)
  3. Samuel Padden - "Quad Damage" (5:36)
  4. Daif - "Mysterious Freakin History" (6:13)
  5. Ascot/WW - "Alien Vision" (6:19)
Review: Saucer-eyed rave revivalists Tone Dropout can usually be relied upon to deliver the goods, especially if you're looking for sweaty, energy-packed slabs of warehouse ready techno, acid and electro. The label's latest missive is packed to the rafters with such giddy and forthright fare, to the bleeping, mind-altering insanity of Dawl & Sween's acid-fired throb-job "Laser Guided", to the "Bleep and Breaks" pressure of Samuel Padden's bustling "Quad Damage", to the stripped-back machine techno heaviness of Daif's similarly bleepy "Mysterious Freakin History". Elsewhere, the Ascot/WW track sits somewhere between early breakbeat hardcore and ambient techno, while Skywave Transmission v XOTR's "Warehouse 101" lives up to its name. Serious heat!
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out of stock $9.99
  1. Dawl & Sween - "Laser Guided" (6:02)
  2. Skywave Transmissions - "Warehouse 101" (with XOTR) (6:14)
  3. Samuel Padden - "Quad Damage" (5:36)
  4. Daif - "Mysterious Freakin History" (6:13)
  5. Ascot/WW - "Alien Vision" (6:19)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***


Saucer-eyed rave revivalists Tone Dropout can usually be relied upon to deliver the goods, especially if you're looking for sweaty, energy-packed slabs of warehouse ready techno, acid and electro. The label's latest missive is packed to the rafters with such giddy and forthright fare, to the bleeping, mind-altering insanity of Dawl & Sween's acid-fired throb-job "Laser Guided", to the "Bleep and Breaks" pressure of Samuel Padden's bustling "Quad Damage", to the stripped-back machine techno heaviness of Daif's similarly bleepy "Mysterious Freakin History". Elsewhere, the Ascot/WW track sits somewhere between early breakbeat hardcore and ambient techno, while Skywave Transmission v XOTR's "Warehouse 101" lives up to its name. Serious heat!
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out of stock $6.99
  1. Dawl & Sween - "Laser Guided" (6:02)
  2. Skywave Transmissions - "Warehouse 101" (with XOTR) (6:14)
  3. Samuel Padden - "Quad Damage" (5:36)
  4. Daif - "Mysterious Freakin History" (6:13)
  5. Ascot/WW - "Alien Vision" (6:19)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***


Saucer-eyed rave revivalists Tone Dropout can usually be relied upon to deliver the goods, especially if you're looking for sweaty, energy-packed slabs of warehouse ready techno, acid and electro. The label's latest missive is packed to the rafters with such giddy and forthright fare, to the bleeping, mind-altering insanity of Dawl & Sween's acid-fired throb-job "Laser Guided", to the "Bleep and Breaks" pressure of Samuel Padden's bustling "Quad Damage", to the stripped-back machine techno heaviness of Daif's similarly bleepy "Mysterious Freakin History". Elsewhere, the Ascot/WW track sits somewhere between early breakbeat hardcore and ambient techno, while Skywave Transmission v XOTR's "Warehouse 101" lives up to its name. Serious heat!
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Tone Dropout Vol 4 (12" + insert)
Cat: TD 17004. Rel: 25 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Dawl - "Caught With A Spray Can" (7:04)
  2. The He-Men - "Sub Com" (feat Judy Martin) (6:56)
  3. Corporeal Face - "Phantasies" (6:40)
  4. World Of Batter - "Peaks Transparent" (8:09)
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HPNHS 001 (12")
Cat: HPNHS 001. Rel: 09 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Dawl - "Output" (6:10)
  2. Trippsy - "Flashback" (7:01)
  3. Fede Lijtmaer - "Passing By" (7:46)
  4. Wulffius - "Salty Breeze" (5:53)
Review: Some wicked underground sounds coming out of Ukraine (and beyond) on offer here by new imprint Hypnohouse. Darren Woollard aka Dawl who has been putting out some wicked grooves on Libertine, Furthur Electronix and Klasse Wrecks lately gets into some proper bleep techno action on "Output" while Kiev-based Trippsy finishes up the A side with the strobed-out and tunnelling sensations of "Flashback". Flip over for Uruguay's Fede Lijtmaer who channels some Dopplereffekt vibes on "Passing By" followed by Wulffius' retro techno jam "Salty Breeze". Tip!
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Hearlucinate (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HEARLUCINATE 001. Rel: 13 May 19
Electro
  1. Dawl - "Energy Overdrive" (6:56)
  2. Dawl - "Cyborg" (6:25)
  3. Tristan Da Cunha - "Move (Let Me See U)" (5:40)
  4. Freakenstein - "Feakin' Time (+ Freak-A-Pella)" (7:24)
Review: Leeds-born session Hearlucinate makes the leap to wax with a special series of 12"s that correspond to line-ups for parties in London, spearheaded by resident Tristan da Cunha. On this first release, Dawl shores up on the A side and sets the bar very high indeed with the killer bleep techno stylings of "Energy Overdrive" and the tough, punchy electro of "Cyborg". Da Cunha himself follows up on the B side with the equally tough and thumping "Move (Let Me See U)", a seedy and sensual peak timer if we ever heard one. Freakenstein completes the set with a rabble-rousing booty bass beat down that will appeal to those who likes their electro fast and nasty.
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out of stock $10.51
Cat: TD 16002. Rel: 14 May 19
Deep House
  1. The He-Men - "Flamingo" (7:04)
  2. The He-Men - "Chingo" (6:52)
  3. Dawl - "Breakout" (6:57)
  4. Dawl - "Party's In The Basement" (5:40)
out of stock $8.40
Cat: TD 1806. Rel: 19 Sep 18
Techno
  1. The He-Men - "Rolla" (6:55)
  2. Bufo Bufo - "Bufotenin" (5:56)
  3. DJPC - "Danger Man" (6:20)
  4. Dawl - "Party Till The AM" (6:28)
  5. Craig Bratley - "From The DAT" (5:46)
  6. Tones Breaks 2 (bonus track) (2:58)
Review: When it comes to wholehearted tributes to British dance music's turn-of-the-'90s golden era, few labels have captured the energy and excitement of the period quite as well as Tone Dropout. Here the London label dishes out a sixth serving of retro-futurist madness. Highlights naturally come thick and fast throughout. We're particularly impressed by the twisted acid lines and mind-altering psychedelic vibe of The He-Men's "Rolla", the bleep-meets-"Strings of Life" rush of Leeds lad DJPC's "Danger Man", Dawl's stab-happy fusion of electro and early hardcore ("Party Till The A.M") and the "bleep and breaks" rush of Craig Bratley's rumbling EP standout "From The DAT" (which, fittingly, was crafted from old demo recordings he made in the 90s).
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Gespielt von: Craig Bratley, ES-Q
out of stock $9.99
  1. The He-Men - "A Train" (6:24)
  2. DAWL - "Human Experiments" (5:49)
  3. Tonebreak 4 - "Track 3" (3:17)
  4. Ascot/WW - "Marelli Bleeps" (5:26)
  5. Corporeal Face - "Visions" (5:04)
  6. Bufo Bufo - "Ectotherm" (5:18)
Review: In the world of Tone Dropout, the rave never stops. It's this wholehearted 90s-inspired retro-futurism that makes their compilation style EP releases such a good listen. This ninth volume in the series packs a punch, with highlights coming courtesy of The He-Men (the trippy acid-psychedelia of saucer-eyed early morning workout "A-Train"), the weighty Yorkshire bleep and bass-meets-Italian dream house warmth of Ascot and WW's "Marelli Bleeps", and the deliciously quirky hip-house-meets-breakbeat hardcore-meets-acid bustle of Bufo Bufo's "Ectotherm". Arguably best of all though is Dawl's sleazy, alien and off-kilter acid-electro rub "Human Experiments".
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Cat: TD 18005. Rel: 29 Mar 18
Deep House
  1. The He-Men - "After The Rain" (6:52)
  2. Dawl - "Asylum" (6:10)
  3. Corporeal Face - "Permo" (6:01)
  4. Robbenspierre - "Quarta Vintas" (6:04)
  5. Bonus Tonebreak (2:51)
Review: For the latest volume in their on-going multi-artist EP series, eccentric London label Tone Dropout has gathered together a fresh batch of cuts from their closest collaborators. To kick things off, the He Men (AKA Oki Noki and Sween) combine the deep space sounds of Detroit techno and mind-altering acid lines of Phuture with the rubbery beats of New York deep house. Dawl opts for brain-melting analogue bass and wild machine bleeps on mutant jack-track "Asylum", while Corporeal Face's "Permo" is probably best described as "hardcore clonk". Eslewhere, you'll find two chunks of Frankie Bones style breakbeat techno heaviness that wouldn't have sounded out of place rushing from the speakers at an early '90s Sunrise rave.
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Gespielt von: Kid Who, Roberto S
out of stock $9.20
Cat: TD 17003. Rel: 22 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. The He-Men - "3 Hours" (6:47)
  2. DJ PC - "Acid Mundae" (5:39)
  3. Dawl - "Telepath" (6:27)
  4. Dawl - "Freestylin" (6:20)
Gespielt von: J. Haller, ES-Q, Rudolf C
out of stock $8.68
Cat: TD 13001. Rel: 29 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Sween - "Lab Rat" (6:48)
  2. Dawl - "TRK 1" (5:41)
  3. Dawl - "Strange World" (5:13)
Review: Due to popular demand (or the eye-watering prices being charged by online sellers for second-hand copies), the Tone Dropout crew has decided to reissue the label's 2013 debut EP. We should probably thank them, because it remains amongst the imprint's most potent releases. Dawl's two A-side tracks - the early LFO-influenced brilliance of "TRK1" and mind-altering electro box jam "Strange World" - are every bit as potent as they were five years ago, while Sween's trippy "Lab Rat" has probably improved with age. The track's combination of meandering acid lines, snappy machine drums, breathless vocal samples and hooky, early morning stabs is undoubtedly alluring.
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Gespielt von: Maura, Billy Nasty, Tripeo
out of stock $9.99
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