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The Other Maria
Cat: AX 114. Rel: 02 Jun 23
The Dance Rebellion Starts (8:46)
The Other Maria (5:35)
Freder's Reality Switch (5:35)
Review: As Jeff Mills returns to his third deepest obsession after 909s and UFOs, he presents an addendum to his renewed Metropolis Metropolis soundtrack which doubles down on three of the themes and gives them a different framework through the lens of a 12". This is still the more cinematic end of the Millsian spectrum, but there's some intensity which may well be of use to the more dramatic or daring techno DJ. 'The Dance Rebellion Starts' is plenty loopy and disorienting, full of interwoven, clangorous patterns which should stay nicely in time if you get them locked in the mix. 'The Other Maria' might well be the star of the show though, a nightmarish, ever-building drone piece with some half-time percussion stalking around the edges for guidance. 'Freder's Reality Switch' completes the picture with a slightly more stable synths n' strings piece, but there's still that innate sense of otherness Mills always threads into his work.
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Metropolis Metropolis
Metropolis Metropolis (limited 3xLP)
Cat: AX 107. Rel: 06 Mar 23
The Masters Of Work & Play (11:23)
Metropolis Metropolis (12:27)
Maria & The Impossible Dream (12:07)
Transformation, The Aftershock & Evil (12:02)
Yoshiwara & The Players Of Chance (12:06)
Liaisons & Complicated Affairs (14:49)
Review: Jeff Mills has long been inspired by Fritz Lang's 1927 science fiction movie 'Metropolis' (as was Giorgio Moroder, whose work also influenced many Motor City techno producers of Mills' era) and first created his own truncated alternative soundtrack for it 23 years ago. 'Metropolis Metropolis' sees him revisit the idea, creating a brand-new, elongated soundtrack more befitting extended versions of the film (which famously was heavily edited on in its initial release). As you'd expect, the triple-vinyl album, which is made up of six side-length suites, mixes electronic and acoustic instrumentation, with ambient synth sounds and neo-classical orchestration sitting side by side. Throw in a healthy dollop of Mills' inherent Afro-futurism and some hypnotic, soft-touch grooves, and you have an inspired and far-sighted new soundtrack to an age-old classic.
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Metropolis Metropolis
Cat: AXCD 058. Rel: 28 Feb 23
The Masters Of Work & Play
Metropolis Metropolis
Maria & The Impossible Dream
Transformation The Aftershock & Evil
Yoshiwara & The Players Of Chance
Liaisons & Complicated Affairs
Review: It is now 23 years since Jeff Mills dropped his seminal Metropolis album, which was a shortened version of his electronic soundtrack for Fritz Lang's Metropolis movie from 1927. Mills is a famous futurist but his sounds work perfectly on this project which is a symbiotic mix of compositions that makes for a nuanced representation of the plot and storyline. It's a testament to his skill that his album is utterly timeless and wholly absorbing, and likely always will be.
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Extension (12")
Cat: AX 109. Rel: 30 Nov 22
Rise (5:43)
The Storyteller (6:40)
Entanglement (5:38)
Review: His adoring but party-focused audience may not always realise it, but Jeff Mills - the Detroit raised, Berlin-based techno icon - never programs a kick drum or hi-hat without some serious thought being put behind it. 'Extension' is apparently the latest in a series that started with 'Growth' in 1994 and continued with 2004 with 'Expanded', under the same concept, namely an attempt to "bring forth the notion that the Future could provide more than what we are doing now." The three tracks begin with the fizzing, watery ambience of 'Rise', kick drums present but somewhat muted, before 'The Storyteller' provides a more traditional 4/4 framework for some genuinely out of this world effects. 'Entanglement' clocks in somewhere between the other two, bubbling away beatlessly, then eased along by ride cymbals until finally a pulsing kick enters the fray over what sound like bleepy Morse code signals being beamed to other planets. More atmospheric than simply downright banging, this is Jeff Mills at his most original.
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The Director's Cut Chapter 6
The Director's Cut Chapter 6 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AX 084DC. Rel: 11 Dec 20
The Bells (4:48)
The Bells (Blue Potential version) (5:02)
The Homosapien Sapiens (2:46)
Review: For the latest volume in his ongoing retrospective series "The Director's Cut", Jeff Mills has decided to offer us another chance to own his most iconic and celebrated track, "The Bells". All techno heads should know the 1996 original version that kicks off the EP, but if you don't, it's a stomping, heavily percussive romp rich in looped synth stabs and chiming melodies. Here it comes accompanied by the stunning version found on the "Blue Potential" DVD, in which Mills performed live with Montpellier Philharmonic Orchestra), and bonus cut "The Homosapien Sapiens", which appears to be a previously unreleased cut. While of interest, it's the version of "The Bells" that make the EP an essential purchase.
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The Override Switch
Cat: AX 104. Rel: 13 Oct 21
Homage (5:18)
The River Runs Five Ways (5:28)
Infinite Voyage (5:57)
Crashing (3:16)
Soul Filter Buffet (3:24)
The Sun King (11:23)
Soul Filter (The Dancer) (4:58)
Trigger Happy (With Safety Off) (4:21)
Review: Electronic icon Jeff Mills links up with fellow Detroit talent Rafael Leafar for this one on his own Axis, and it is yet another sublime exploration of the cosmos through the medium of techno. Leafar brings all his next level multi-instrumentalist skills and strong love of jazz to the duo and when combined with Mills' ability to speak through his machines, it makes for a unique record. The icy percussion rolls deep, taking you into another dimension each and every time while the noodling sax brings sombreness and soul. Big, splashy cymbals, dark chords and a real sense of mystery and intrigue keep you utterly locked throughout.
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Cat: AXCD 057. Rel: 20 Apr 22
Full Moon Brigade
A Life Aquatic
Something Like That (Moody)
Sunset Lovers
When The Time Is Tight
Cause & Effect
The Main Contender
Like Paradise
ChinTiki (Upper Level)
Review: Last year Detroit techno stalwart Jeff Mills launched a new project, The Zanza, an ever-changing collective of jazz, Latin and electronic musicians who could help him explore his love of a wide variety of styles and genres. Following on from the project's debut release, Mills has now delivered a debut album that once again proves not only his versatility as a producer, but also the vivid, widescreen nature of his musical vision. Wonderland is not an ambient or techno album - though it does contain multiple nods to the latter - but rather a hybrid affair that draws great influence from Latin music (and samba in particular), jazz in many forms, dubbed-out electro, jazz-funk and, on the rushing 'The Time Is Tight', organ and piano-heavy gospel house.
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