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Juno Recommends Electro

Juno Recommends Electro

Electro Recommendations Best Of 2016
13 Dec 2016
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  1. Wireless (4:15)
  2. Moonbase (5:05)
  3. Pusher (4:13)
  4. Fallow (4:42)
Review: Kirk Degiorgio's Applied Rhythmic Technology label shakes itself out of a two year release slumber with this freshly-pressed and freshly-dressed 12" from London Modular Alliance. This Wireless 12" is the debut release from the London Modular Alliance trio of Simon Lynch, Phil Ventre and Gavin 'Koova' Pykerman but there is a confidence exhibited throughout that is a reflection of the bond developed over a series of live sets together. A razor sharp approach to darker strains of electro is the order of the day here, witness how the various elements on lead track "Wireless" fizz aggressively against each other, whilst "Marauder" almost sounds like Randomer trying his hand at the style. "Pusher" sees the trio veer off into hardcore territory and will probably sound immense on a big system, though the intensity never quite boils over in the manner you want it too! "Fallow" closes the 12" out with a heady atmospheric approach complemented by some icy rhythmic snaps.
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Cat: LWKMUS 003. Rel: 06 Jun 16
Electro
  1. Prelude
  2. Speed City
  3. Above the Waves
  4. Bent Light
  5. ITCZ
  6. Unnatural City
  7. 1 Parsec
  8. Session
  9. Whitesands
Review: According to White Material pair Galcher Lustwerk and Alvin Aronson, their first collaborative album under the Studio OST alias contains a mix of "breezy electro, aquatic dub, high speed jit, and shimmering atmospherics". While clearly tongue-in-cheek, it's a fairly accurate description. Certainly, there's a fluidity, moodiness and palpable sense of atmosphere at the heart of Scenes, which casually drifts between hard-edged club workouts, hazy post-club fare and dreamy, horizontal experiments. It was apparently recorded over a three-year period, during jam sessions at various New York studios. It's the spontaneous aspect of its' creation that has the biggest effect, and makes the whole thing feel like fleeting snapshots of moments in time.
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Cat: M 002. Rel: 16 Sep 02
Electro
  1. Night Drive (Thru-Babylon) (6:12)
  2. Time Space Transmat (6:15)
  3. No UFOs (D mix) (8:20)
Review: Inspired by the drone of automated factories, the sound is dark, mysterious and truly unique - nothing comes close. The perfect follow up to "No UFO's" and a blueprints for almost every electro record ever since. Juan Atkins in his prime. Don't sleep on this.
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Cat: RTTD 003. Rel: 28 Mar 16
Electro
  1. Moscow Death Disco - "We Punk Ravers"
  2. Black Smile
  3. Cold Insomnia
  4. Le Chocolat Noir - "Tanka Linija"
  5. Just A Little Bit More
  6. Dressed In Black (featuring Sven)
Review: Lo-fi hardcore rave from Moscow Death Disco vs psychotic art punk electro by Le Chocolat Noir!
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Cat: COTF 11. Rel: 07 Nov 16
Electro
  1. Golden Taurus (5:47)
  2. Topaz Fear (7:02)
  3. Death Wish (6:50)
  4. Golden Taurus (Heinrich Dressel remix) (5:52)
Review: Crimes Of The Future is the kind of label you can trust, no matter who is at the controls. The same could be said for Giallo Disco, and certainly the two labels orbit a similar space for lurid soundtrack-inspired hardware jams from the Italo age. Vercetti Technicolor is one half of the Giallo team alongside Antoni Maiovvi, and here steps out with a perfectly bombastic range of compositions that revel in B-movie brilliance. "Golden Taurus" is the perfect slow-burner, those mono bass notes warming like no soft synth ever could, while "Topaz Fear" brings a more action-driven sequence into the mix. "Death Wish" too opts for a pumped up club scenario, while Heinrich Dressel smokes out "Golden Taurus" into a seedy slow-jam.
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Cat: MXMRK 2005. Rel: 05 Sep 16
Electro
  1. Trans Europe Express (Mr K 7" beats) (4:38)
  2. Trans Europe Express (Mr K 7" part II) (4:11)
Review: Seminal in every direction: Kraftwerk's "Trans Europe Express" gets stripped down to its bare drum bones by Professor Krivit over two sides. The beats mix pitches naked drums sculpted with clunking, chunky futuristic fusion while Part II provides the synthetic context. Breaking down Kraftwerk's original sci-fi suite into its key chapters at a slow, smouldering pace, it's the classic as you've never heard it before. Grab two to open up even more doors of serious DJ creativity.
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Cat: MW 061. Rel: 21 Mar 16
Electro
  1. Somewhere (4:56)
  2. Sad But True (3:35)
  3. I-C Anything (5:15)
  4. Try Out (4:12)
  5. Raid (3:13)
  6. 16 (6:04)
Review: For Missing Tapes, Minimal Wave has managed to unearth a wealth of previously unheard gems from Dutch electro trailblazer Danny Bosten. Dark electro diggers may be aware of Bosten's early 1980s work, which was initially self-released on cassette, but has also been re-issued since by Minimal Wave and others. The material here was recorded in the same period and rediscovered some years back by the producer. It's similar in style, as you'd expect, with Bosten variously exploring otherworldly electro, sci-fi leaning Italo-disco, stylish, new wave synth workouts, and throbbing proto-techno. What impresses most, though, is the seeming freshness of the material; it might be 35 years old, but it still sounds formidably futuristic.
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Cat: RTTD 005. Rel: 17 Oct 16
Electro
  1. Secret Codes
  2. Kontrolled Madness
  3. Orontius
Review: For the fifth release on her Return To Disorder label, Helena Hauff has turned to Hamburg duo Fallbeil. Known for their trippy, analogue-heavy take on techno and electro, the twosome has previously impressed via appearances on Contort Yourself and New York Haunted. Ultima Ratio is another solid selection, with Fallbeil variously exploring distorted, industrial-influenced techno (the post-apocalyptic paranoia of "Secret Codes"), mind-altering electro-acid (the Cabaret Voltaire-meets-Phuture moodiness of "Kontrolled Madness", and straight-up acid business (the hard-edged TB-303 lines and skittish TR-808 style beats of "Orontius"). All three tracks are blessed with that sparse-but-heavy feel that's quickly becoming the duo's trademark.
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Cat: SLPR 003. Rel: 18 Jul 16
Electro
  1. The Future You (3:31)
  2. The Day Off At Outpost Gamma (4:42)
  3. The Stinson Effect (4:55)
  4. Tefnut (3:13)
  5. Peripheral Light (5:44)
Review: Norway's Stian Gjevik likes to travel below the radar, but his CN alias has been bouncing around proudly since 2011, delivering high quality IDM, electronica and electro for Brussel's utterly on-point WeMe Records. (In case you weren't aware, the imprint is home to some of the best and most expansive material from Detroit/Drexciyan legend DJ Stingray.) Gjevik is certainly in a Detroit mood with this new EP entitled Obscure Fragments, and "The Future Is You" is precisely the sort of high-powered electro gem that gets us going. "The Day Off At Outpost Gamma" is somewhat tamer in its energy, but the track is a beautifully wavy electro piece filled with mesmerising sounds; if you flip to the B-side you have a further three cuts of metallic pseudo techno, with our favourite being the gritty, cerebral future boogie of "Tefnut". Blade Runner vibes.
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Cat: TRUST 27. Rel: 19 Sep 16
Electro
  1. Raptures Of The Deep (5:03)
  2. Scepsis (6:01)
  3. Gentrification (7:01)
  4. Pathogen (6:19)
Review: Boris Bunnik's Versalife alias is one of many monikers used by the producer. You might recognise some of his productions under the banner of Conforce, Silent Harbour, Vernon Felicity, or even Hexagon. You know the score; this is cerebral electro from the Dutch reign. He's up on the relatively obscure Trust imprint out of Austria, and this four-tracker is the perfect sort of gear for those looking to break up their house and techno sets with something a little more provocative. "Raptures Of The Deep" is a dark and gloriously deep mind-melter, and "Scepsis" ups the tempo with the help of a more complex percussion pattern and a heavy selection of low frequencies. On the flip, "Gentrification" is the sort of gear you'd hear the likes of DJ Stingray churning out in a high-tech electro set, leaving "Pathogen" to break the mould once again, and enter the deeper ends of the electro spectrum. Heavy.
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  1. I Am Amateur Barbarian (9:02)
  2. Brackstone Abroad (6:59)
  3. Aeronauts: The Next Phase (8:14)
  4. Osler's Crystal Fountain (6:06)
  5. The Question Oak (8:18)
  6. Emancipation Garage (6:27)
  7. Dumont's Assistant (7:42)
  8. Taqiya (feat Youth) (9:44)
Review: Last year, Andrew Weatherall launched yet another collaborative project, joining forces with long-time pal and occasional studio partner Nina Walsh as The Woodleigh Research Facility. Here, they continue their partnership with The Phoenix Suburb (And Other Stories), a fine debut album that marks the first material on Weatherall's Rotters Golf Club imprint since 2013. Rooted in the Detroit end of electro, but with more than a hint of the early, IDM influenced escapades of the former Junior Boys Own man's Two Lone Swordsmen project, it's a set that combines moments of snappy dancefloor heaviness with more evocative, ambient-influenced fare. There are, of course, plenty of intriguing aural references to shared influences - psychedelia, rockabilly, Arabic music, and so on - scattered throughout, making it an intriguing and entertaining proposition.
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Cat: KONDI 016. Rel: 25 Jul 16
Electro
  1. Underwater Ambiance (0:55)
  2. Aquatic Reflexes (3:34)
  3. Lungfish (3:04)
  4. Data Cruiser (4:20)
  5. The Outer Rings (5:04)
  6. Mirror Meditation (3:13)
  7. Through A Barrier (3:36)
Review: Overseen by former Djax Up Beats producer Ruben Anderson, Kondi Records has been a Copenhagen-based home for all things electro since 2002 with Dynarec, Rutherford, Gosub and Luke Eargoggle among the artists to have contributed. Their latest release sees Rotterdam's foremost deep electro explorer Jeremiah R continue his rampant form with The Outer Rings, a seven track exercise in sleek but melancholic electro the label has likened to James Stinson's classic album as The Other People Place. The title track is apparently an extended take on the same Jeremiah R. production that first featured on his debut album, The 5th Dimension, a CD-R only curio that was released on Portland, Oregan label Wil-Ru back in 2011.
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Cat: DE 102. Rel: 18 Jan 16
Electro
  1. Jump Over Barrels (3:32)
  2. Jump Over Barrels (1981 demo) (3:32)
  3. Jump Over Barrels (Charles Manier remix) (3:33)
  4. Jump Over Barrels (early rehearsal version) (3:07)
Review: Post-punk aficionados may already by familiar with Crash Course In Science, a Philadelphia-based band who released two acclaimed singles between 1979 and '81, before going their separate ways. Here, one of the band's previously unheard 1981 demos gets mixed and released for the first time. "Jump Over Barrels" is a song about overcoming adversity, and in newly mixed form sounds like a lost post-punk classic. It's accompanied by a couple of demos - their initial 1981 recording, and an earlier, deliciously skeletal and heavy rehearsal version - and a fresh remix from Tadd Mullinix under his now familiar Charles Manier alias. The Ann Arbor-based producer does a good job of toughening up the track for modern dancefloors, whilst retaining the free-spirited essence of Crash Course In Science's original.
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Cat: RHM 014. Rel: 04 Apr 16
Electro
  1. Cable 54 (5:45)
  2. Poly Evolver #1 (2:59)
  3. Ama Diver (6:07)
  4. Short Sequence (2:34)
  5. Prototype (5:28)
  6. Poly Evolver #2 (1:36)
Review: Having earned his corn in the back office of Rush Hour's Amsterdam HQ, Olf Van Elden is now making his mark as a producer. Previously, he's released fizzing, far-sighted techno and house on Voyage Direct and Tape Records Amsterdam. Here, he delivers his most expansive - and arguably strongest - 12" to date for former employers Rush Hour. There's much to admire, from the pulsing analogue motifs and clanking drum machine percussion of "Cable 54" and semi-ambient gorgeousness of "Poly Evolver #1", to the thumping, industrial-influenced modular throb of "Poly Evolver #2". Arguably best of all, though, are his two hook-ups with Jeroen. Choose between the flitting electronic melodies, snappy beats and dreamy chords of "Prototype", and the drowsy, EBM-goes-Detroit brilliance of "Ama Driver".
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Cat: SHIP 038. Rel: 04 Apr 16
Electro
  1. Faith (5:06)
  2. Flatliner (0:04)
  3. Lost (10:45)
  4. Renderer (4:07)
Review: Mythic Lowlands collective Lost Trax believe in the purity of techno as an art form, maintaining their anonymity over the past ten years to ensure the focus remains "on the music, not the face or fashion behind it." After intermittent transmission the past decade, recent months have seen the Lost Trax machine in full flow with this Flatliner 12" for Shipwrec arriving mere months after they appeared on the Dutch label via The Return split release. Some four tracks deep, this clear marbled 12" finds Lost Trax exploring the outer galactic realms of the techno utopia, with lead track "Faith" a towering highlight. Clap heavy techno is the order of the day on the title cut, whilst "Lost" sinks deep into the swamp of squelchy 303ness. Proceedings end on a high with the vintage electro shimmer of "Renderer".
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Cat: DD 001. Rel: 29 Feb 16
Electro
  1. Path To Wrath (4:13)
  2. That's Right (4:40)
  3. Path To Wrath (S Olbricht remix) (6:08)
  4. B(eh)anger (4:21)
  5. 05 Poly 800 Loop (4:41)
  6. B(eh)anger (12z remix) (6:00)
Review: Rotterdam's DJ Overdose inaugurates new Budapest label Dalmata Daniel with some dark and twisted Drexciyan/Ectomorphian electro nodes. He gets straight down to business on the thumping speaker attack that is "Path To Wrath". There's that dark electro sound so reminiscent of The Bunker heard on "That's Right" complete with jacking vocals. Fellow Hungarian S Olbricht gets on board for a remix of "Path To Wrath" which is some seriously sub aquatic 4/4 electro that works rather well. You'd be forgiven for thinking that "05 Poly 800 Loop" is a locked groove, it's not! But it certainly is a killer DJ tool in the vein of classic Aux 88 Detroit electro. Final track "B(eh)anger (12z remix)" is the kind of gothic electro that people like Visonia and Beta Evers would be in awe of.
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Cat: M 005. Rel: 12 Sep 16
Electro
  1. Koppelraket (1:53)
  2. Lox (5:34)
  3. Morphing (5:47)
  4. Bass Commander (5:45)
  5. V = For Viewlexx (3:07)
  6. Regenerated (5:19)
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Cat: FR 034. Rel: 09 May 16
Electro
  1. MKS-50_01 (5:50)
  2. MKS-50_02 (5:29)
  3. MKS-50_03 (5:21)
  4. MKS-50_04 (4:46)
Review: Bitstream legend Steve Conner brings his Adapta alias on Holland's mighty Frustrated Funk with the four-track MKS-50 12" a homage to vintage Roland synthesizer of the same name. Fans of those prized Adapta releases on Brutalist Sunset will be pleased to hear the MKS-50 12" continues Conner's forage through rugged, improvised electro rhythms and displays his undoubted mastery of the Roland machine. Summed up by Frustrated Funk as "tracks created with technology from the past, aimed for the future," what shines through is the range Conner achieves across the four tracks. Opener "MKS-50_01" fizzes with chaotic energy, whilst subsequent tracks square the focus on basslines or conjuring up vast swells of rhythmic noise. Final track "MKS-50_04" snaps the hardest though!
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Cat: BOIDAE 001. Rel: 07 Nov 16
Electro
  1. Days Of Dissent (6:02)
  2. Factory Of Death (5:12)
  3. Revolt (5:56)
  4. Non-Conformity (6:02)
  5. Company Of Lies (5:25)
  6. Citadel Of The Chaos (6:36)
  7. World Shatters (6:14)
  8. End Of Light (3:54)
Review: French electro legend Umwelt returns with more darkside and dystopian beats for for his new Boidae imprint. He is the founder of Shelter, Fundata and New Flesh which sure proves that he has endless inspiration. Days Of Dissent features some breakneck analogue funk asaults full of vintage machine flair, showcasing the album's nefarious and cynical concept. The high octane assault that is the title track is reminiscent of Bass Junkie & Dexorcist or Exzakt, however there are more mellow strains of electro on offer with "Factory Of Death" and "Non Conformity" reminiscent of early noughties sounds emanating from Kommando 6 or Murder Capital. The brooding closer "End Of Light" gives a nod to the sound's classic origins from Detroit and done respectfully.
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  1. You'll Simply Never Understand The True Meaning Of Sacrifice (5:02)
  2. Will To Power (5:14)
  3. Claustrophobia (4:09)
  4. Interdependence (4:17)
Review: The second release on Pinkman's miserably titled Broken Dreams series comes from Mannequin Records owner Alessandro Adriani. The Berlin-based producer recently impressed with a fine debut album on Monofonus Press, and Broken Dreams explores similar sonic territory. He begins by doffing a cap to dark Italo-disco and Belgian EBM on the woozy throb of "You'll Simply Never Understand The True Nature Of Sacrifice", before diving deeper into EBM-meets-new beat waters on the similarly moody "Will To Power". Flip for the wild, delay-laden synth lines and dense tribal drums of "Claustrophobia", and the deliciously atmospheric, pitched-down industrial chug of "Interdependence".
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Cat: DMSR 1985. Rel: 13 Jun 16
Electro
  1. Killin It (remix) (8:12)
  2. Tryin To Tell Ya (8:09)
Review: It's 2016 and Egyptian Empire Records is still going strong over thirty years form its first 12". It's creator and master, Egyptian Lover, is as active now as he was on the launch of his timeless and genre-defining 1984 LP, and this new remix of "Killin' It" shows us that the man hasn't changed a pair of socks since the mid 1980's - the tune is a dirty, utterly on-point electro scorcher with twisted vocals and that eerie, inimitable sound of the Nile. "Tryin To Tell Ya" is another mean-spirited, highly strung electro dominator with a powerful bassline to blow your jaw firmly out of place. A huge 12" and one that will become rarer and rarer as the years go by, so you know what that means...
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Cat: DMSR 1984. Rel: 22 Feb 16
Electro
  1. Into The Future (6:26)
  2. Killin' It (4:12)
  3. Seduced (4:13)
  4. Belly Dance (4:37)
  5. She's So Freaky (4:47)
  6. Dance 2 My Beat (6:11)
  7. Popper's Anthem (5:02)
  8. Got To Get It (3:46)
  9. PELF (6:59)
  10. Freaky Deaky Machine (5:23)
  11. Zombies (3:31)
  12. Perfection (4:05)
Review: We knew that Egyptian Lover had had a revival of sorts over the last five or so years, but we really weren't expecting an album of new material from the man, and as soon as this dropped onto our laps, we just had to throw it onto the HQ turntable. More than thirty years might have passed, but Greg Broussard is still doing what he does best, that is to release gnarly, off-the-chain electro with a Far-Eastern edge. Featuring twelve tracks of instant dance delight, the Lover develops his '80s sound further by stripping the grooves back further, and letting the beats do the majority of the talking. There are, of course, the inevitable bursts of vocoder voices, but unlike other artists, Broussard manages to make them sound fresh and compelling, utterly fun and cutting-edge. Highly recommended!
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Cat: ZCKR 12. Rel: 18 Jan 16
Electro
  1. Grey City Anthem (11:22)
Review: The mysterious Qnete tied off 2015 in fine style, landing on London's Lobster Theremin with a saucy little white label that rocked our speakers out. He's back early doors in this new year, and he's landed on the shadowy ZCKR label with a phat slab of electro that'll wake you the **** up, and take the dance floor by the balls. The one-sided plate, entitled "Grey City Anthem", is a storming slice of dark, neural electro funk that sounds like it's been constructed in 3D. Huge moulds of acid unfold onto grainy drum machine beats, and a swarm of disjointed, raucous bells. Hard stuff, good and proper for this time of the year.
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Cat: CAL 007LP. Rel: 29 Aug 16
Electro
  1. Apparition (2:15)
  2. Clairvoyant (3:38)
  3. Cryptic Dimension (1:55)
  4. Diapsiquia (3:01)
  5. Enigmata (3:36)
  6. Materialization (5:31)
  7. Multiple Existence (4:05)
  8. Premonition (2:39)
  9. Telemetric (4:41)
  10. Remote Viewer (3:20)
  11. Segunda Realidad (1:33)
  12. Telekinesis (4:20)
Review: The Aqualung Series division of Clone Records has been at the top of the reissuing game in the last few years, dropping bomb after bomb by Drexciya and their various sattelite projects. Paranormale Aktivitat is something a little more recent, however; it was originally released on Rephlex back in 2011 and it's made up of the combined talents of Drexciya's Heinrich Mueller, Susana Correia, Penelope Martin, and Beta Evers. Deep, sullen electro would be the best way to encapsulate its murky stratosphere, but the album goes way beyond the normal confines of the genre and frequently heads into the utter unknown, the underbelly of experimental dance music. The air is thick and the sounds are tenebrous, so tread lightly but be sure to know that it's an unmissable and timeless album for those who know.
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Cat: SSPS 3. Rel: 27 Jun 16
Electro
  1. I See What You Did There (9:25)
Review: Nijmegen label Shipwrec have been in fairly imperious form this year, canvassing the spectrum of electro for some fine sounding and even-finer-looking records. Washington State artist Chris Roman issued his second 214 album on Shipwrec last year and returns here for "I See What You Did There", the first of several singles to arrive over the coming months - Central Processing Unit, Frustrated Funk and Lunar Disko also have records in the works with him. Taking shape as a one track 12" for the latest in Shipwrec's Silk Screen Printed Series, "I See What You Did There" snaps and throbs in all the right places across its nine minutes but is tempered with a sense of emotive contemplation that lends it some extra depth.
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Cat: CKNOWEP 1. Rel: 18 Jul 16
Electro
  1. Beckoned (4:58)
  2. Anomaly (2016 reissue) (6:42)
  3. Boron (6:28)
  4. Photonics (4:54)
Review: Legendary UK techno-electro producer Carl Finlow has been absent for a few years since his last EP for Lost In Time but, he's been busy recently, and a short succession of releases has reestablished his place at the top of the pecking order. He's up on the Craig Knowes imprint delivering the label's first EP, and it's a wonderful four-tracker set in a moody, cinematic view that is bound to please more than one audience. "Beckoned" is a melodic electro rhythm with a driving bassline, there's a 2016 reissue of his seminal "Anomaly" groove; on the flip, "Boron" has more of a techno sensibility for the big room dancefloor, and "Photonics" sounds like it's been made in 3D, a shimmering and ice-cold techno bullet with an industrial edge.
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  1. Kan3da - "Dancing Data" (5:13)
  2. Morphology - "32" (5:54)
  3. Mr Velcro Fastener - "Caffeine Sleep" (5:54)
  4. The Guide Girls - "Moonglade Temal" (5:55)
Review: Berlin's Vortex Traks is back with its third release and, as per usual, they mean total and utter business. Also, they've come through with another collaborative effort by a string selection of up-and-coming talents from around the globe: Canada's Kan3da drops a breezy slice of electro funk in "Dancing Data", while Finland's Morphology duo twist the electro into an industrial frenzy for their "32" track. On the flip, Mr Velcro Fastener injects a little bit if soul and jazz to his "Caffeine Sleep", and "Moonglade Temal" by The Guide Girls goes for a slower, moodier and more abstract tone of voice, closing this wonderful electro EP with a majestic groove.
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Cat: ELECTRIX 007. Rel: 16 May 16
Electro
  1. Lateral Thoughts (7:08)
  2. Hyperloop (5:38)
  3. Suspect Reanimation (6:00)
  4. Latex (6:40)
Review: Carl Finlow's been smashing it since the early days. Back in the mid 1990s he was releasing on 20:20 Vision at the beginning of their illustrious path to glory, he's featured on countless tunes alongside the likes of Ralph Lawson, and he's even featured on our favourite 7th Sign Recordings. It's 2016, however, and he's branched out into more electro-like paths as of late, landing here on the beautifully gritty Electrix Records with four killer cuts. From "Lateral Thoughts" to "Latex", Finlow's brand of electro is rooted in that 80's IDM charm, meaning that although these tunes work wonders as club fillers, they also offer an immersive listening experience from a musical point of view. Tipped.
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Cat: DE 126. Rel: 27 Jun 16
Electro
  1. Evolution 5 Technology (7" vocal) (4:37)
  2. Evolution 5 Technology (dub mix) (6:01)
  3. Evolution 5 Technology (JTC remix) (7:00)
Review: It would be fair to say that Series-A's Evolution Technology is something of a long-lost electro classic. Written and produced by Detroit friends DJ Maestro and Kid Fresh in 1987, 50 promo copies of the record were pressed before the label they'd signed to, California's Satellite Records, went bankrupt. This was always a shame, as "Evolution Technology" is something of a killer: a spellbinding chunk of futurist electro that updated the Cybotron blueprint for the emerging Motor City techno generation. As well as the original 7" and Dub versions, this first "proper" release also features a brand new rework from Tad Mullinix (under the JTC pseudonym), which appropriately re-casts the track as a spacey Detroit techno shuffler.
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