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Games Have Rules (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: HOS 425. Rel: 24 Sep 14
Techno
  1. Things Known
  2. Things Unknown
  3. The Nemesis Flower
  4. A Year Has Passed
  5. A Year Has Gone By
  6. Red Opium
  7. Bejeweled Body
Review: Hospital Productions is a non-stop operation and following this year's long-players from Alessandro Cortini, Ninos Du Brasil and Ron Morelli, Vatican Shadow's latest swoop is this ambient album produced with Function. The seven-track LP was recorded between Berlin and New York, and it's described as best suited for after-hours home listening, but whether you really want to listen to this after a big night is up to you. Indeed "A Year Has Passed" and "A Year Has Gone By" are downbeat and melancholic, whereas other tracks lean more towards industrial ambient, similar to fellow Hospital artist Lussuria's work. "The Nemesis Flower" is a darker highlight while "Red Opium" and "Bejewelled Body" is where the house and techno beats lie.
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Cat: HOS 425. Rel: 17 Sep 14
Techno
  1. Things Known
  2. Things Unknown
  3. The Nemesis Flower
  4. A Year Has Passed
  5. A Year Has Gone By
  6. Red Opium
  7. Bejeweled Body
Review: Here's something to excite those of an experimental techno bent: a collaborative set from veteran producer Function and drone/industrial sort Vatican Shadow. Given the qualities' of both producers, it's perhaps unsurprising that Games Have Rules is rather good. Like any good collaboration, it tempers the more outlandish aspects of each producer's work, delivering a set bristling with icy textures, bittersweet ambience, dreamy atmospherics and, perhaps most pleasing of all, sprawling techno (see the brilliant "Bejewelled Body"). Highlights are naturally plentiful, from the crystalline mood of "A Year Has Passed" (reminiscent of Selected Ambient Works era Aphex Twin) to the murky textures and spooky electronics of "The Nemesis Flower".
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out of stock $14.54
  1. Rodhad - "Blacksmith" (5:34)
  2. Vatican Shadow - "Desert Father" (Modeselektor edit) (4:00)
  3. Kasper Marott - "Metaxas Carnival" (Tandoori Voodoo mixx) (6:13)
  4. Fadi Mohem - "Endless Version" (3:55)
Gespielt von: Rogér
 in stock $9.51
Cat: LOVE 080. Rel: 12 Oct 12
Leftfield
  1. Operation Neptune Spear (part 1 - live mix rehearsal)
  2. Operation Neptune Spear (part 2 - live mix rehearsal)
  3. Operation Neptune Spear (part 3 - live mix rehearsal)
  4. Cairo Is A Haunted City (Mystic Chords)
  5. Nightforce Scopes
  6. Yemeni Telephone Number
  7. India Has Just Tested A Nuclear Device
  8. Church Of All Images (Church Of The NSA)
  9. Boxes Were Wired To Batteries Then Loaded Into A Brown Toyota Cargo Truck
out of stock $21.94
It Stands To Conceal (gatefold 3xLP)
Cat: HOS 369LP. Rel: 02 Jan 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Jordanian Descent (Sharia Law)
  2. Jordanian Descent (Guantanamo Military Commissions)
  3. Encryption Nets
  4. The House Of The Followers
  5. Pace Rage
  6. The Hamburg Cell Was Born In Chechnya
  7. He Held The Victims Responsible
  8. Voices Came Crackling Across A Motorola Hand-Held Radio
  9. Chechnya's Ghost Loom Large In Death Of Former Spy
  10. Snipers As A Breed Tend To Be Superstitious
  11. There Was A Black Banner On The Floor
  12. Al Qaeda Possess Nuclear Capacity
  13. Wahhabi Money Flows
  14. Once This Fire Gathers Strength
out of stock $61.31
Cat: TYPE 105. Rel: 29 Mar 12
Leftfield
  1. Chopper Crash Marines Names Released
  2. Harbingers Of Things To Come
  3. Gods Representative On Earth
  4. Shooter In The Same Uniform As The Soldiers
  5. Worshippers At The Same Mosque
  6. Missing HMM364 Squadron Purple Fox Assassins
  7. Church Of All Images
  8. Final Victory: Christ Became A Man & Had Truly Assumed Human Nature
Gespielt von: Obtane
out of stock $15.85
Iraqi Praetorian Guard (limited 12")
Cat: BLACKEST 008LIMITED. Rel: 04 Apr 12
Techno
  1. Cairo Sword Unsheathed
  2. Gunmen With Silencer
  3. Church Of All Images (Regis version)
out of stock $8.45
Cat: BLACKEST 008. Rel: 21 Jun 12
Techno
  1. Cairo Sword Unsheathed
  2. Gunmen With Silencer
  3. Church Of All Images (Regis version)
Gespielt von: Perc, Pacific Horizons, SNTS
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Cat: HOS 399LP. Rel: 20 Nov 13
Industrial/Noise
  1. Circumstances Quickly Became Questioned
  2. Tonight Saddam Walks Amidst Ruins
  3. Muscle Hijacker Tribal Affiliation
  4. Contractor Corpses HungOver The Euphrates River
  5. Enter Paradise
  6. Remember Your Black Day
  7. Not The Son Of Desert Storm, But The Child Of Chechnya
  8. Jet Fumes Above The Reflecting Pool
Review: Although Dominick Fernow has already released a vast amount of material under the Vatican Shadow moniker, and some of which - including It Stands To Conceal and Ormamented Walls - have appeared in LP format, Remember Your Black Day is supposedly the project's debut proper, with the other LPs being made up of cassette releases and other material. Described by the label as "the most direct and propulsive Vatican Shadow material yet," and was produced with the assistance of Silent Servant producer Juan Mendez. Although much of the Vatican Shadow material to date has been frenetic and noisy, there's a sense of calm present in this LP which marks it out, with the slow moving "Enter Paradise" and reflective '80s synth textures of "Tonight Saddam Walks Amidst Ruins" offering some refective sombre moments. Despite that there are still some driving tracks as well, with "Not The Son Of Desert Storm, But The Child Of Chechnya" offering a particularly ferocious moment of clattering industrial textures. Highly recommended.
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Cat: HOS399 CD. Rel: 17 Oct 13
Techno
  1. Circumstances Quickly Became Questioned
  2. Tonight Saddam Walks Amidst Ruins
  3. Muscle Hijacker Tribal Affiliation
  4. Contractor Corpses HungOver The Euphrates River
  5. Enter Paradise
  6. Remember Your Black Day
  7. Not The Son Of Desert Storm, But The Child Of Chechnya
  8. Jet Fumes Above The Reflecting Pool
Review: Thus far, Vatican Shadow (AKA techno misfit Dominick Fenrow) has built a reputation as a politically charged maverick, delivering a slew of limited edition 12" singles and cassettes that flit between collage-based oddities, clandestine compositions and intense techno workouts. Remember Your Black Day is being billed as "his first proper album", and sees him shift focus towards a more listener-friendly sound. Of course, he's lost none of his anger and rage - check the breathless intensity of the title track, for starters - but there are more world-weary melodies and subtle musical touches amongst the bleak atmospherics (see standout "Tonight Saddam Walks Amidst Ruins"). Hardcore fans may see it as a compromise, but that would be harsh; in truth, it's arguably his best work to date.
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out of stock $12.68
Cat: NAIL 001. Rel: 15 Jun 12
Techno
  1. September Cell (The Storm)
  2. September Cell (The Punishment)
  3. Cairo Is A Haunted City
  4. One Day He Heard The Call
Review: Although we've already seen two exceptional Vatican Shadow releases this year in the form of his Type and Blackest Ever Black EPs, they were taken from earlier cassette only releases, while this first record on his evocatively titled Bed Of Nails imprint represents what is clearly the next phase of his career. The influence of techno which was somewhat foggier in his previous records is brought to the fore. The title track, which comes in two halves, sees incisive kicks playing off against gravelly claps, with the kind of broken rhythms more characteristic of industrial UK sounds. It's something repeated on the rapid fire of "Cairo Is A Haunted City", but despite this, his music is still filled with the kind of spectral melodic explorations which unhook his more earthly beats from the physical realm into something altogether more nightmarish. The output of the Downwards imprint is obviously a reference point, but the beatless kosmische of "One Day He Heard The Call" which closes proceedings shows that there is more to his influences than a fondness for 90s Birmingham based techno.
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out of stock $14.79
Cat: HOS 398LP. Rel: 27 Nov 13
Techno
  1. Remember Your Black Day (Bouthayna Traditions)
  2. Al Qaeda
  3. Atta's Apartment Slated For Demolition (Bouthayna Engineering)
  4. Not The Son Of Desert Storm But The Child Of Chechnya
Review: The prodigious Dominick Fernow is a one-man production line for paranoid, scratchy, intense industrial techno, drone and dark ambience. He released three albums in 2012, and this is a swiftly issued collection of alternate versions and outtakes from his most recent outing, the Iraq War-inspired Remember Your Back Day. While "Not The Son of Desert Storm By The Child of Chechnya" and "Remember Your Back Day (Bouthayna Traditions)" are particularly bleak and uncompromising, there's some evocative warmth and plenty of tear-jerking melodies to be found on "Al Qaeda", while "Atta's Apartment Slated for Demolition (Bouthayna Engineering)" is a shuffling, atmospheric delight.
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Cat: HOS 398CD. Rel: 27 Nov 13
Techno
  1. Remember Your Black Day (Bouthayna Traditions)
  2. Al Qaeda
  3. Atta's Apartment Slated For Demolition (Bouthayna Engineering)
  4. Not The Son Of Desert Storm But The Child Of Chechnya
Review: The prodigious Dominick Fernow is a one-man production line for paranoid, scratchy, intense industrial techno, drone and dark ambience. He released three albums in 2012, and this is a swiftly issued collection of alternate versions and outtakes from his most recent outing, the Iraq War-inspired Remember Your Back Day. While "Not The Son of Desert Storm By The Child of Chechnya" and "Remember Your Back Day (Bouthayna Traditions)" are particularly bleak and uncompromising, there's some evocative warmth and plenty of tear-jerking melodies to be found on "Al Qaeda", while "Atta's Apartment Slated for Demolition (Bouthayna Engineering)" is a shuffling, atmospheric delight.
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Gespielt von: Lola Allen
out of stock $8.72
Cat: LOVE 100. Rel: 05 Mar 15
Techno
  1. Fort Hood Again (0:47)
  2. Living On & Off At The Shadows Motel (6:50)
  3. Koresh Lamb (3:57)
  4. Manufactured Silencers Under Direct Orders (4:16)
  5. McVeigh Figure (13:36)
  6. Small Explosives & Blasting Caps Inside The Pages Of A Phonebook (7:03)
  7. FBI God (8:34)
  8. It's To Come (13:13)
  9. Machine-Gunning Of The Davidians (0:17)
  10. Descended On Guayanilla (CNN) (3:56)
  11. Texarkana Resistance (5:25)
  12. Waco Postmortem (Murrah) (9:12)
Review: Oh yes, it was about time Dominick Fernow aka Vatican Shadow crawled back into our lives with a new LP, and we honestly have been in need of his distinctly negative outlook on life and all of its particulars! This double LP album arrives through the ever-impressive Modern Love and features a handpicked selection of tracks from the Death Is Unity With God cassette box set Fernow issued on his own Hospital Productions label last year. If you are not one of the Fernow completists who plumped for that set, you will appreciate the opportunity to delve into the 12 tracks featured here which are a balanced blend of broken, ice-cold techno and finely calibrated drone pieces backed by subtle percussive patterns. There's also plenty of his more raucous beat thrashing and even a few moments of nostalgia. This comes recommended, as per. Another winner from both artist and label.
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Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Techno
out of stock $27.48
Luxor Necropolitics (double 10")
Cat: HOS 489. Rel: 14 Aug 17
Techno
  1. Luxor Necropolitics (5:01)
  2. Intel War (5:19)
  3. Egyptian Journalists Syndicate (7:02)
  4. Crown Prince Hamza (4:02)
  5. More Of The Same (Red Headband) (6:20)
  6. More Of The Same (Female remix) (6:07)
Review: A new Vatican Shadow release is always greeted with near adoration here at Juno Towers. Dominick Fernow's shadiest guise is still his best work, and this is especially true when his has 2 slabs of vinyl with which to express his ideas. As you can imagine, Luxor Necropolitics is a lingering, tenebrous cloud of industrial electronics and contained power noise. The moments that do transform into techno are still made up of the same rough materials that characterise all Vatican Shadow track, and that is a pale, unforgiving glow of sounds that never seem to get repetitive. Class.
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out of stock $19.02
Cat: LOVE 100CD. Rel: 11 Jun 15
Techno
  1. Al Qaeda (Branch Davidian)
  2. Desert Storm
  3. It's To Come
  4. ATF Sinful Messiah
  5. FBI God
  6. Koresh Babylon
  7. Fort Hood Again
  8. Koresh Lamb
  9. Machine-Gunning Of The Davidians
  10. Texarkana Resistance
  11. Theology Is Life & Death (Pakistan)
  12. Descended On Guayanilla (CNN)
  13. Arms Of Yahweh
  14. Manufactured Silencers Under Direct Orders
  15. Living On & Off At The Shadows Motel
  16. Small Explosives & Blasting Caps In The Pages Of A Phonebook
  17. McVeigh Figure
  18. Shadows On The Courthouse Wall
  19. Waco Postmortem (Murrah)
Review: Dominick Fernow doesn't do things by halves. When he unleashed his sixth solo album under the Vatican Shadow pseudonym, Death Is Unity With God, it came on no less than six cassettes. Oh, and only a hundred of these six-tape packs were manufactured. Naturally, an online scramble for copies ensued. Happily, Modern Love has decided to reissue it, stretching the 20 tracks across three CDs. For those in love with his typically dark, murky and intense take on electronic music - think droning textures, foreboding electronics, glitch-influenced rhythms and bombastic post-dancefloor workouts - it should be essential listening. Given the sheer scale of Fernow's ambition, it's undoubtedly his most remarkable work.
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out of stock $22.47
Cat: OTON 104. Rel: 09 May 17
Techno
  1. They Deserve Death (3:37)
  2. Rubbish Of The Flood Waters (6:21)
  3. Weapons Inspection (11:18)
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Cat: HOS 472. Rel: 07 Sep 16
Industrial/Noise
  1. Ziad Jarrah Studied Mathematics (4:54)
  2. More Of The Same (5:46)
  3. Take Vows (6:09)
  4. Wherever There Is Money There Is Unforgiveness (3:26)
  5. Interrogation Mosaic (7:37)
  6. Take Vows (The Inevitable Bitterness Of Life) (6:45)
  7. More Of The Same (Tunisia) (4:24)
Review: Dominick Fernow presents another dark and confronting opus entitled Media In The Service Of Terror. Read between the lines of the titles then listen and learn via these harsh textural abrasions on offer. The sombre and brutalist opener "Ziad Jarrah Studied Mathematics" sets the scene well, the tunnelling slo-mo techno of "Take Vows" is great and follows the same path as Vactrol Park or L'estasi Dell'oro have in recent times. "Interrogation Mosaic" shows Fernow still has the knack for some chilling imaginary soundtracks while "More Of The Same (Tunisia)" has the classic outsider techno sound that Fernow has honed on previous efforts like Remember Your Black Day or Ghosts Of Chechnya.
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Bunkerterror (10") (1 per customer)
Cat: HOS 486. Rel: 25 Oct 17
Industrial/Noise
  1. Vatican Shadow - "Bunkerterror" (7:10)
  2. Ancient Methods - "Bunkerterror" (5:37)
Review: A gnarly double header up next on Dominick Fernow's notorious Hospital Productions, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary. He dons the reverb Vatican Shadow moniker for his take on "Bunkerterror" a blistering example of 'war techno' if we've ever heard it. This steely and pitch black epic reachers near tribal moments with spitfire military rhythm arrangements. On the flip, Ancient Methods provides his take on the track and other than the occasional metal strikes, his version is less industrial and more hypnotic style techno with its grumbling monosynth bass and heads down/strobe-lit feel throughout. These two cuts were said to be inspired by their occasional back-to-back live and-DJ sets, with Fernow providing the "New York" side (naturally) and Michael Wollenhaupt (Ancient Methods) obviously turning in the "Berlin" side. Dangerous gear right here, handle with extreme caution!
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Azar Swan Variations (limited red transparent vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: HBEATS 078LP. Rel: 21 May 15
Techno
  1. We Hunger (Vatican Shadow remix) (9:18)
  2. For Last & Forever (Cut Hands remix) (5:23)
Gespielt von: Alexis Le-Tan
out of stock $21.41
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