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Cat: CP 004. Rel: 30 Oct 12
  1. Advanced Human - "Noh Funk"
  2. Advanced Human - "Maszyna"
  3. Developer - "Primera"
  4. Developer - "Fuego"
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Cat: SLEAZE 118 . Rel: 29 Apr 16
  1. Bas Mooy - "Ransom" (6:19)
  2. Rebekah - "Paretos Law" (6:01)
  3. Develope - "Radio Astron" (6:07)
  4. Lewis Fautzi - "Irregular" (5:36)
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LFRMX 006 (limited transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: LFRMX 006. Rel: 07 Mar 18
  1. Alex Danilov - "Inside" (Len Faki Deepspace mix) (5:55)
  2. Alex Danilov - "Inside" (Len Faki Hardspace mix) (6:17)
  3. Developer - "Lost Moments" (Len Faki Hardspace mix) (6:00)
Gespielt von: Developer
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  1. Dax J - "Knights Of The Round" (6:17)
  2. Yan Cook - "Hidden" (5:35)
  3. Developer - "Control Room" (6:04)
  4. Antonio De Angelis - "Polar" (6:42)
Review: The Weekend Circuit imprint have had an impressive two years since their first release by Dax J back in 2013. Since then, they have released relentless dance floor missiles by the likes of Developer, Rommek and Italy's Antonio De Angelis. This week, the label inaugurate the start of their Ground Fault Interrupt series with a four-tracker by its best and brightest: "Knights Of The Round" by Dax J takes a menacing kick drum and chucks it over noisy melodies and hypnotic bundles of ambience, Yan Cook's "Hidden" is deeper and more dubbed-out, "Control Room" by Developer himself is a wonky techno brain-melter in true Detroit style, while Antonio De Angelis goes all icy and stiff-necked on the chilling beats of "Polar". A techno affair.
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Remixed (12")
Cat: SEM 039X. Rel: 03 Oct 12
  1. Trade Beliefs (NX1 remix)
  2. Brujas (Donor remix)
  3. The Uncertain (Shapednoise remix)
  4. Sin Luz (Markus Suckut remix)
out of stock $9.30
Archive 3 (12")
Cat: DEVELOPER 003. Rel: 10 Nov 12
  1. SEQ 7
  2. Obsessions
  3. Impure Thoughts
  4. De Chord
Review: Launched just over a year ago, Developer's Archive label allows the American techno producer an opportunity to slip out intermittent limited vinyl only runs of his own material while his more established Modularz imprint continues to flourish thanks to collaborative releases with Truncate, Silent Servant and more. This third Archive release doesn't stray far from the established template, drawing on a palette of raw, growling metallic techno for four exercises in expertly sculpted sound design. "SEQ7" is a vicious opening gambit, driven by dense kicks and cascading hats which nudge the central one note motif up and down the tempo scale, while "Obsessions" is a weightier production that seems to gain pounds as it descends into the depths of claustrophobic techno. The ghosts of a fully blown vocal track sound trapped deep within the DNA of the juddering "Impure Thoughts" while "De Chord" is a suitably titled exercise in dubby chord techno.
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Cat: MODULARZ 013. Rel: 25 Nov 13
  1. The Provoker
  2. Extension
  3. Alone
  4. Frames
Review: For power techno in 2013, all roads lead to Developer, and the first track from this EP, "The Provoker", draws parallels with some of the genres finest; namely Ben Klock's remix to Kerri Chandler's "Pong" and Marcel Fengler's string epic "Enigma". "Extension" is grubby, linear, and infinite techno that's slave to a four-four time signature, while "Alone" and "Frames" offer the dubby Berghain beats that he and Truncate do so well. Developer, take a bow.
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Archive 4 (12")
Cat: DEVELOPER 004. Rel: 03 May 13
  1. Moments Of Clarity
  2. Ursae Majoris
  3. Reaching
  4. Run For The Dark
  5. The Galaxian
Review: If there is one producer to make punishing and dub-tinged techno for the club, it's Developer. The fourth release on his Archive sub-label to Modularz is a five-track EP of rock hard, but spatial sounding techno, which starts with the pounding and Jonas Kopp-like runaround of "Moments Of Clarity". Sharing the A-side is a settled and slightly trippy "Ursae Majoris". Combine the styles of DVS1 and Markus Suckut with Developer and you have the track "Reaching", while Mike Dehnert techno qualities shine through in "Run For The Dark". The final track of Archive 4 is "The Galaxian", which hovers above a drop that never comes, nestling into a dark and treacherous groove instead.
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Archive 1 (12")
Cat: DEVELOPER 001. Rel: 19 Dec 11
  1. Archivo 1
  2. Archivo 2
  3. Themes
  4. Throb
  5. Human Condition
Review: Archive 01 presents an collection of finely crafted techno works from Developer, aka Adrian Sandoval of esteemed American label Modularz, and they walk an enjoyably murky line between dubbed out sounds and razor sharp percussion. The A-Side contains "Archivo 1" and "Archivo 2", which feel very much like two sides of the same coin, the former being a relentless warehouse thumper, with the latter sharing melodic themes but made considerably lighter in its step with some slightly more swung percussion and tense strings. On the B-Side, "Themes" builds with pulsing synths to an urgent synth horn climax, whilst "Throb" is accented with its murky vocal samples that emerge from the sludgy kicks. Finally, the brilliant "Human Condition" utilises undulating toms to hypnotic effect, building to a searing climax.
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Cat: WU 037. Rel: 17 Dec 13
  1. Cuerpo
  2. Cuerpo (Oscar Mulero remix)
  3. Western Ways
  4. Western Ways (Pfirter remix)
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Archive 2 (12")
Cat: DEVELOPER 002. Rel: 26 Jun 12
  1. Sangre Por Oro
  2. Horns From The West
  3. The Truth
  4. From The Womb
Review: Although his Modularz imprint has been receiving significant attention for its dark, textured take on techno functionalism, Developer's Archive imprint is an opportunity to showcase his own material on limited vinyl only runs. While the beautiful marble charcoal pressing would, in the hands of other labels, be to distract from below par music, there's nothing of the sort in evidence here, with the same intricate approach to sound design as contemporaries Silent Servant and Shifted. "Sangre Por Oro" takes a firm, yet ghostly stomp and foregrounds bleached out, ascending chords, while "Horns From The West" is an apt summation of its mood, with its Mariachi inspired melody and rolling drums. On the flip, "The Truth" goes for hypnotic key stabs shrouded in delay atop a rumbling rhythm, while "From The Womb" begins as an expectedly claustrophobic experience, with its muddy vocal snippet and shackling industrial rhythms, but slowly opening out with lighter hints of melody and gaseous atmospherics.
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Cat: MODULARZ 022. Rel: 29 Jan 16
  1. Catch My Flow (6:31)
  2. Descendants Of Builders (6:32)
  3. Abnormal Normality (6:45)
  4. The Charmer (6:44)
Review: Los Angeles' finest and Modularz main man Developer steps up for the fifth anniversary edition of his always reliable imprint for peak time techno weapons. "Catch My Flow" is a ferocious journey through dark side futurism and is just begging to be played at techno mecca Berghain. On the flip "Abnormal Mentality" is completely hysterical: with its mentasm style melodies dancing on top of a beastly bassline and belting rhythm: it's got all you need really. Finally it wouldn't be a Developer EP without one of his tunnelling and hypnotic epics would it? "The Charmer" satisfies such cravings, executed as brilliantly as always.
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Cat: ECLLTD 005. Rel: 30 May 18
  1. Frozen Shadow (5:42)
  2. Orion 333 (6:11)
  3. Torn Apart (7:07)
  4. Rendezvous (6:45)
Gespielt von: Developer
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Tiburon (blue vinyl 12")
Cat: GYNOID 10. Rel: 04 Jul 12
  1. Tiburon
  2. Shade
  3. Bodega
  4. Formu
Review: Developer continues his fine run of form with this EP for Gynoid Audio with four tracks of typically driving yet intelligent techno. "Tiburon" opens on a decidedly mechanistic tip, as factory line rhythms drive forward gaseous textures, while "Shade" is decidedly chunkier affair, with shackling hi-hats playing off against deep organ drones. On the flip, "Bodega" fills its rhythmic gaps with shrill bleeps and electro-acoustic tones, but it's "Formu" that's the real powerhouse of the release, as pounding kicks go head to head with undulating sheet metal chords.
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Archive 5 (12")
Cat: DEVELOPER 005. Rel: 11 May 15
  1. Body Art (6:04)
  2. Metronica (6:05)
  3. Expression Of Lust (7:31)
  4. Precious Time (6:43)
Review: The foreboding Developer Archive returns with its fifth chapter and as you'd expect, the EP is made up of four wavey techno bleepers tailor-made for floor-filling. From "Body Art" - a steamroller of a cut - to "Precious Time", Developer voices his thoughts across in a techno language, except that his moods differ on each track and although the bulk of the EP is rather bleak and grey-scaled, the sounds on a track like "Metronica" also portray a lighter side to the man's vision. Quality as always, this one's for the techno heads. Most probably supported by the whole Berghain mafia...
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Cat: DEVELOPER 010. Rel: 01 Jul 19
  1. Dream Awake (5:39)
  2. Raw Gram (6:13)
  3. Te Vale Madre (6:27)
  4. Purgatorio (5:48)
Review: Developer Archive is the personal vinyl project of Modularz label head Developer. A project that has now reached its 10th release featuring his signature sound of bizzare, tribal Influenced synth heavy, hypnotic rhythms. 4 solid tracks pushing a range of styles for both the club or the warehouse - TIP
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Cat: WCR 006. Rel: 31 Jan 15
  1. Signal 1
  2. Signal 2
  3. Signal 3
  4. Signal 4
Review: Adrian Sandoval aka Developer returns with his debut for the fledgling Weekend Circuit label! It's safe to say that Sandoval has steadily become one of modern techno's luminaries and with releases on labels such as Mote-Evolver, Semantica and his very own Modularz imprint, he has truly developed (sorry) his own sound into the history of contemporary techno. This time, you got four tracks, "Signals" 1-4 and each one is a certified murderer on the ol' Funktion One. Industrial, grey-scaled melodies and fervently stripped-back grooves create a true sense of apocalyptic madness. The man's picked up where Sandwell District picked off and we love him for it. Essential techno bangers.
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Olympian 1 (limited clear vinyl 12")
Cat: OLYMPIAN 01. Rel: 22 Apr 15
  1. Volume 1.1 (6:12)
  2. Volume 1.2 (6:05)
  3. Volume 1.3 (7:42)
  4. Volume 1.4 (6:13)
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Cat: MOD 016A. Rel: 30 Jul 14
  1. IPF01 (6:00)
  2. IPF02 (5:51)
  3. IPF03 (5:56)
  4. IPF04 (5:50)
Review: In terms of prolific techno artists, few others can match the output of Los Angeles-based Adrian Sandoval who has jettisoned over 30 releases in the past six years as Developer with the majority arriving via his own Modularz label. In Pure Form sees Sandoval take the raw, tunnelling brand of techno he's made his own as Developer and apply it to the album format. The full digital version of the album contains some 25 "tracks direct from the Developer factory of techno" all of which are named "In Pure Form". The vinyl edition pares the selection down to 12 and spreads them across three 12"s with this first one a perfect introduction to what to expect should you wish for a taste of the full In Pure Form experience.
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Cat: MOD 016B. Rel: 30 Jul 14
  1. IPF05
  2. IPF06
  3. IPF07
  4. IPF08
Review: You'll be hard pushed to find a producer as dedicated to his cause as Modularz boss Adrian Sandoval; instrumental in the development of LA's techno scene, Sandoval's tireless production ethic as Developer has seen him release over 30 records in the past six years so it feels like we are due an album from the man. Unsurprisingly, In Pure Form runs deep with tunnelling DJ tools with the full digital version of the album packing a rather impressive 25 tracks. This second of three 12" samplers for the album covers "In Pure Form" through tracks five to eight and does show that Sandoval can implement a lot of sonic diversity to the functional techno track.
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Cat: MOD 016C. Rel: 30 Jul 14
  1. IPF09
  2. IPF10
  3. IPF11
  4. IPF12
Review: It's three for three in the 12" samplers to accompany Developer's long overdue (and quite long) debut album In Pure Form which naturally arrives via his own Modularz label. Whereas the standard route for a techno artist approaching the album format is to pad out their floor focused productions with a few ambient vignettes in a shallow attempt to offer depth, Developer's approach here is to simply show how good he is at what he does; namely, wall shaking techno of various shades. The full 25 track album might look a bit intimidating but all three of these 12"s does a great job of introducing Developer In Pure Form.
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Gespielt von: DJ QU, Developer
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Cat: MODULARZ 026. Rel: 14 Nov 16
  1. Key Maker (6:50)
  2. Spiral Form (6:49)
  3. Ascender Calling (6:50)
  4. The Sphere (6:37)
Review: There's always been a bit of a "no frills" feel to Developer's output. The Los Angeles producer specializes in the kind of functional, no-nonsense techno that comes into its own when played over booming club sound systems. The four tracks featured on this latest EP fall into the same bracket. With the exception of the melodious, chiming closer "The Sphere", what you get from these Dispatches From L.A is thunderous, in-your-face beats, unsettling looped riffs, snaking modular electronics, pitched-down vocal snippets, and occasional mind-altering acid lines. In other words, this is straight-up club techno for concrete-clad warehouses, dark and dusty basements, and wayward mornings after.
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Gespielt von: Stephen Mahoney
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Archive 8 (12")
Cat: DEVELOPER 008. Rel: 05 Dec 16
  1. Hooked In (6:46)
  2. Towering Figure (6:17)
  3. Drama Cut (6:48)
  4. Callisto (6:06)
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Olympian 5 (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: OLYMPIAN 05. Rel: 17 Mar 17
  1. Aspect (6:21)
  2. Orbiter (6:44)
  3. Devils Knock (6:49)
  4. Time Stop (6:16)
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Archive 6 (12")
Cat: DEVELOPER 006. Rel: 04 May 16
  1. Muthafucka (6:27)
  2. Telekinesis (6:44)
  3. Ruthless Charm (7:42)
  4. Gentle Surrenders (5:47)
Review: Developer's back everyone: look out! Los Angeles' techno powerhouse is coming at ya again courtesy of his Developer Archive imprint, a stockpile dedicated to the Modular main man's secret weapons. On the A side the bluntly titled "Muthafucka" is tunnelling and hypnotic, plus those pitch shifted vocals add a further sinister touch. "Telekinesis" has the same cerebral qualities of the last track but is even more ferocious in its grinding cyclical manner. On the flip we've got "Ruthless Charm" which has the cyclical and adrenalised functionality of a Robert Hood record and "Gentle Surrenders" which is the most restrained effort but quite a highlight, actually; a basic trance inducing rhythm is backed by woozy and mysterious pads, locking you into the groove superbly.
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Archive 7 (12")
Cat: DEVELOPER 007. Rel: 17 Jun 16
  1. Hands Of Inevitable Change (7:17)
  2. Outer Planetary Horn Calls (7:05)
  3. Ancient Modernists (7:28)
  4. Tesla On The Radio (7:05)
Gespielt von: Frankie Bones, Jamie Behan
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Cat: MODULARZ 38. Rel: 12 Nov 18
  1. He Was (6:37)
  2. Get Down Motive (6:53)
  3. The Resistance (6:29)
  4. Faded Nights (5:51)
Review: Los Angeles DJ Veteran Developer returns to his Label Modularz for his yearly solo release and spares no time in showing his versatile range as a producer, with his unique signature sound of rhythmic and hypnotic bangers that have easily placed him as one busiest and most consistent techno producers in the world for the last decade. On this new EP titled "Off Grid he literary goes off grid from his last releases and compliments the sound of his solo label Developer Archive, laying down jam after jam of funky yet haunting tonal bits of sonic rollers. This is what techno is about!
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Cat: FA S003. Rel: 12 Jul 17
  1. Snap Over (6:08)
  2. Natives Calling (6:32)
  3. Get It On (6:00)
  4. Chain Of Life (7:00)
Review: Following up the last couple of heavy hitting releases by Mark Hawkins aka Marquis Hawkes: he now hands over the reins to Modularz main man Developer for the label's third edition. Starting off with the tunnelling hypnotism of "Snap Over", the A side is completed by the gritty and retro influenced peak time stomper "Natives Calling". On the flip, the classic techno sounds continue on "Get It On" (channelling the timeless sounds of Djax Up Beats or Robert Armani) while "Chain Of Life" treads a similar path, but in a more evocative and uplifting way that artists like KiNK are exploring of late. With its catchy house organs and detailed 909 drum machine rides it is sure to get some hi-octane energy levels happening.
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Gespielt von: Jerome Hill, J. Haller
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Archive 09 (12")
Cat: DEVELOPER 009. Rel: 30 Apr 18
  1. Zodiac Talking (6:50)
  2. Queen Of Arcs (5:52)
  3. Hours Of Power (6:00)
  4. Severed Ties (6:50)
Gespielt von: Developer
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Cat: TSU 039. Rel: 19 Jan 18
  1. Street Walkers (7:19)
  2. Land Of Free (7:37)
  3. Moving In Code (6:05)
  4. Lexicon Map (7:06)
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Cat: FAS 006. Rel: 20 Mar 19
  1. Get That (7:05)
  2. Ethnic Identity (6:13)
  3. Over Nepal (6:45)
  4. Zebra (6:29)
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Cat: GR 02. Rel: 31 Jul 13
  1. Developer - "Let It Be Said"
  2. Developer - "Madre"
  3. Adriana Lopez - "Lines Of Fracture"
  4. Adriana Lopez - "Sequel"
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UMS 006 (12")
Cat: UMS 006. Rel: 06 Dec 17
  1. Developer - "Bridge" (6:00)
  2. Developer - "In The Vision" (6:00)
  3. Alex Guerra - "Fused" (6:06)
  4. Alex Guerra - "Twelve" (6:08)
Gespielt von: DJ 3000, Maxx Rossi, Developer
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Cat: MODULARZ 018. Rel: 10 Mar 15
  1. Developer - "Power Dynamics" (7:01)
  2. Ascion - "Wrth 2" (4:36)
  3. Developer - "Defined By Gravity" (6:59)
  4. Ascion - "Exaline" (4:34)
Review: Next up on Modularz, ever-prolific label boss Developer has invited former guest Ascion back to contribute to a new split EP. Of course with Developer you always know where you stand, and sure enough the techno comes focused and functional on "Power Dynamics" where a minimum of elements is needed to stamp out an instructive techno command. "Defined By Gravity" is a busier affair with its off-key synth lines, but the beats stay right on course. Ascion however has a fuller sound that embraces bigger dynamics, even on a track as carefully steered as "Wrth 2". "Exaline" makes for the deepest kind of acid techno you could wish for, drowning the 303 in reverb for a wonderfully psychedelic effect.
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Gespielt von: Kirk Degiorgio
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Cat: MODULARZ 10.2. Rel: 25 Feb 13
  1. Developer - "Mover Of The Mercury"
  2. Developer - "Gaining"
  3. Elyas - "Camberwell"
  4. Ascion - "The Exporter"
Review: Modularz' commitment to straight up yet intricately textured techno continues, with part 2 of its tenth entry featuring label head Developer joined by another two kindred spirits in the form of Ascion and Elyas. Developer takes up the A-side with two tracks; "Mover Of The Mercury" combines linera, tribal drumming and bleak, distant drones, while "Gaining" is imbued with a surprisingly funky character a la Gesloten Cirkel, as dark synth horns snake around precision drums. On the flip, Elyas' "Camberwell" may seem to take its name from one of South London's more picturesque locations, but the slamming techno stabs and granite drums are anything but polite, recalling Shed's Equalized material; Ascion rounds things off with the trippiest cut on the record, as savage waveforms twist themselves around abstract atonal beeps.

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Cat: MODULARZ 40. Rel: 22 Mar 19
  1. Developer - "Rattle Bell" (5:38)
  2. Astronomical Telegram - "Saara" (6:01)
  3. Rhomb - "Haunted Cave" (5:49)
  4. Heretic - "We Are Left To Dance In The Ashes" (7:45)
Review: In Celebration of 10 years of Modularz We present a very special 40th vinyl release, focusing more on the deeper side of the label pushing a more melodic and chord progressive sound. Written and produced by label head Developer, Ukrainian producer Rhomb and new comers Astronomical Telegram from Colombia and Heretic from the UK. Together compile a great compilation that will destroy floors for years to come.
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Cat: MODULARZ 035. Rel: 13 Feb 18
  1. Developer - "Infinite Numbers" (7:27)
  2. Developer - "Glimmer" (5:47)
  3. DJ Surgeles - "Hidden Places" (3:56)
  4. DJ Surgeles - "Pulsating Orbs" (4:01)
  5. DJ Surgeles - "Out Of This World" (2:01)
Review: US techno wizard Developer is back on his trusted Modularz imprint, this time alongside the lesser known DJ Surgeles, and the duo pack quite the punch with these five cold-hearted dance burners. Developer's "Infinite Numbers" opens on a bit of a cavernous tip, unleashing whole swarms of chilling bleeps over a stripped-back techno beat, and "Glimmer" ups the ante with yet more speed - and by that we mean velocity, not the powdered type! DJ Surgeles' "Hidden Places" opens the B-side with an echoing, hollow mass of drums and bass, while "Pulsating Orbs" bounces up and down with a distorted tone of voice, and "Out Of This World" steadies the ships by forming a thick, oozing layer of beatless ambience. A dish best served cold...
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Gespielt von: Developer, Kessell
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Cat: MODULARZ 006. Rel: 23 Feb 12
  1. Developer - "Hexmode"
  2. Developer - "Variations"
  3. Eduardo De La Calle - "The Solution"
  4. Developer - "Under"
Review: The steadily-rising Modularz imprint strikes back once more with some killer, no-nonsense techno wares from Developer and Eduardo De La Calle. Developer's tracks plumb bleak depths, where the only tones allowed into the mix clang in atonal disharmony. De La Calle's "The Solution" has a little more warmth in its pulsing dub chords, but still maintaining that linear function for elongated mixes and hypnotic sets. The real jam is Developer's funky-assed "Under" which gets its jack off the nagging hi-hat, while the cavernous hits punch out off beat for a devastating rhythmic slayer which should get techno heads body popping like there's no tomorrow morning.
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Cat: MODULARZ 004. Rel: 28 Jun 11
  1. Developer - "Revister"
  2. Developer - "Edificio" (Silent Servant remix)
  3. Developer - "More Seduction"
  4. Fanon Flowers - "Prado Obscuro"
Review: US label Modularz returns with another split 12" boasting a remix from Sandwell District don Silent Servant. The Revisited EP opens with the wonderfully unhinged techno of "Revister" by Modularz regular Developer. This vies for your attention on an A-Side boasting a remix of Developer's "Edificio" by the aforementioned Silent Servant, which chugs along with rasping hats and cavernous low frequencies. The last time we heard Fanon Flowers the American producer was TCB on a sumptuous EP for the Sect imprint, and here the producer maintains that form with the moody late night jack of "Prado Obscuro". This is accompanied by the thick loopy melodies of Developer's "More Seduction", rounding off another killer release from a label that is fast gaining a place in Juno's affections.
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Orgins EP (12")
Cat: MODULARZ 007. Rel: 05 Apr 12
  1. Take The Key
  2. Tele
  3. Orgins
  4. Orgins (Jeroen Search remix)
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Conducciones (red vinyl 12")
Cat: MODULARZ 009. Rel: 17 Sep 12
  1. Developer - "The Ring For Madness"
  2. NX1 - "MZ2"
  3. Developer - "More Matter"
  4. Adriana Lopez - "Estructura"
Review: As his Modularz series continues unabated, Developer drafts in another two friends for some diverse techno excursions. The man himself kicks things off with the creepy and cavernous "The Ring For Madness", using a menacing melodic loop to cycle over booming kicks and gaseous hits. NX1's "MZ2" is a thoroughly strict affair, with a lonesome kick running to catch up with hats whispering in the far, far distance, in a similar fashion to the equally hard boiled minimalism of Developer's "More Matter". Adriana Lopez warms things up, relatively speaking, with a melodic chord that pulses like a lighthouse through the middle of an equally reverb drenched grey and stormy techno workout.
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Cat: POLEGROUPBOX 1DISC4. Rel: 10 Jun 16
  1. Developer - "No Intruduction" (7:46)
  2. Oscar Mulero - "Horses" (Exium remix) (6:37)
  3. PEARL - "Memoria" (Oscar Mulero remix) (5:40)
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Cat: PRRUKBLK 003. Rel: 03 Sep 14
  1. Developer - "Clench Of Fist"
  2. PEARL - "Ordeal III"
  3. Bas Mooy - "Thorfytt"
  4. Von Grall - "Under A Stone"
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Cat: MODULARZ 10.1. Rel: 15 Feb 13
  1. Developer - "Sequence 85"
  2. Developer - "Sequence 88"
  3. Psyk - "Transito"
  4. Rhomb - "Reboot"
Review: Creeping ever closer towards their third year of existence, Modularz have remained steadfast in their aesthetic approach, deftly combining the dynamism of straight up techno with an intricately textured approach that has proved enduringly rewarding. Label boss Developer once again features prominently on this Part One 12" of their tenth entry, contributing two A Side cuts to the face down contributions from Psyk and Rhomb. The expansive bassline to the opening track "Sequence 85" practically consumes you, with Developer's subsequent production "Sequence 88" is markedly sparser, allowing the rigid percussion and booming kicks centre stage. Last seen on Mote Evolver, Spaniard Psyk adds further balance with the subaqueous dub techno of "Transito" whilst the unknown quantity Rhomb is on electrifying form with the Mike Parker-esque "Reboot".
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Cat: MODULARZ 034. Rel: 23 Nov 17
  1. Developer - "Utero" (6:15)
  2. Rhomb - "Helix" (6:27)
  3. Rebekah - "Reflex" (5:50)
  4. CNCPT - "Frazil" (6:00)
Gespielt von: Lee Holman, Developer
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Foreign Slang (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: MODULARZ 42. Rel: 01 Jul 19
  1. Developer - "Ritual Master" (5:35)
  2. Developer - "Lone Mystic" (5:41)
  3. Roll Dann - "Secular" (6:21)
  4. Roll Dann - "Soul Bag" (5:48)
Gespielt von: Philippe Petit
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Cat: MODULARZ 033. Rel: 30 Oct 17
  1. Developer - "Horizon" (5:43)
  2. Roll Dann - "The Raid" (5:20)
  3. Conrad Van Orton - "Routine" (6:00)
  4. Patrik Carrera - "Nis" (6:13)
Review: Peak time experts Modularz return with more sturdy techno tools aimed squarely at darkly clandestine warehouse parties. Getting straight down to business is label head honcho Developer delivering the goods as always on "Horizon". His brutal displays of power always have a majestic charm about them, aesthetically, and have a powerfully hypnotic effect as well. On the flip, we have some more heavy duty artillery: namely the return of Conrad Van Orton! The Roman producer back in top form with his loopy trance induction exercise "Routine" while Paranoid Dancer boss Patrik Carrera (Planet Rhythm/Beard Man) turns in the tunnelling and strobe-lit journey down the vortex entitled "Nis". The Los Angeles based imprint has been in fine form of late, with some stellar releases by the likes of scene legends Mark Hawkins aka Juxta Position, Edit Select and one half of Exium - Kessell.
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Entrada EP (12")
Cat: MODULARZ 03. Rel: 02 Apr 11
  1. Developer - "Entrada" (original mix)
  2. Silent Servant - "El Salvaje" (original mix)
  3. Developer - "Moving Forward In Reverse" (original mix)
  4. Truncate - "Contrasts" (Santiago Salazar remix)
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