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Juno Recommends Electro Best of 2018

Juno Recommends Electro

Juno Recommends Electro

Juno Recommends Electro Best of 2018
3 Dec 2018
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Cat: 45 100. Rel: 10 Sep 18
Electro
  1. Al Naafiysh (The Soul) (edit 1) (4:33)
  2. Al Naafiysh (The Soul) (edit 2) (4:31)
out of stock $10.70
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Cat: LSR 012. Rel: 14 Sep 20
Electro
  1. Dopplereffekt - "Delta Wave" (5:44)
  2. Objekt - "Ganzfeld" (5:53)
Review: In something of a dream pairing for Leisure System, this split disc spans the old guard of electro and those well versed in pushing it into new contortions. Dopplereffekt is of course one of the most lauded of all post-Drexciya projects, and new material comes few and far between. "Delta Wave" is a lavish, sweeping wonder of celestial voices and sci-fi mystery that satisfies all your desires without sounding like a re-hash of old material. On the flipside Objekt has risen to the occasion and delivered one of his most outright electro-infused belters to date, keeping the beat rigid but funky, and working similar amounts of drawn out pads into the mix while keeping the crafty edits and playful sounds as limber as ever.
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Cat: INFILTRATE 01. Rel: 19 Feb 18
Electro
  1. Chaos (6:44)
  2. Conspiracy (6:43)
  3. Excursion (7:26)
  4. Infiltrate (5:44)
Review: Everything is brand spanking new on the Infiltrate debut release, which finds James Infiltrate laying out an impressive selection of electro belters for all the robots out there. "Chaos" is a snappy jam that keeps the beats taut and nimble, the bass punchy and energetic and the atmosphere detailed and sci fi, just how good electro should be. There's more of a 4/4 thrust to "Conspiracy" while "Excursion" takes things a bit deeper with swirling melodic content drifting behind the minimal but motoring rhythm section. "Infiltrate" gets into a more classic kind of electro mode, keeping the bass moody and the beat snappy, for a heads down work out par excellence.
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4
Cat: VIS 303. Rel: 30 Apr 18
Electro
  1. Potential Events (6:03)
  2. Windeye (4:51)
  3. Windeye (Radioactive Man remix) (5:14)
  4. Back To Sine (6:07)
Review: Chris Romans has been rolling out crucial electro jams for a number of highly regarded labels since the early 00s. Amongst them are Touchin' Bass, Shipwrec, Frustrated Funk and Central Processing Unit, so that tells you everything you need to know about the level he's operating at as 214. Now he comes to 20/20 Vision with some body-poppin' jams of the highest order, broadening the tech house label's remit to embrace the thriving electro scene with one of its most vital practitioners. "Potential Events" is a brooding, atmospheric affair while "Windeye" draws on a more playful, Detroit indebted palette of sounds. Radioactive Man remixes "Windeye" with a steady, finely detailed approach, and then "Back To Sine" finishes the record off with another snappy salvo of funky drums and bubbling synths.






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5
Cat: RTTD 011. Rel: 04 Jun 18
Electro
  1. Paradise Engineering
  2. Mutual Arising
  3. Life Force
  4. You Don't Matter
Review: Cult Scottish electro producer Galaxian has been lurking in the shadows for a long time, only now receiving more recognition in the wake of the electro upsurge. This signing to Helena Hauff's ever-brilliant Return To Disorder is a fine case in point, bringing the one-time Stingray collaborator to a broader audience base. It's good to see Galaxian hasn't diluted his future-shock sound one iota, leading in with the sci-fi noir cinemascope of "Paradise Engineering" before swerving into the heavily reverbed astral plane of "Mutual Arising". "Life Force" meanwhile pings into ever more psychedelic territory, where P-Funk's wildest inclinations meet with electronic futurism, with thrilling, original results. "You Don't Matter" ends this startling record on a brutal note, all snarling acid lines fired off at breakneck pace.
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out of stock $9.62
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A Moment Of Insanity (1 per customer)
Cat: CAL 012. Rel: 18 Jun 18
Electro
  1. Moment 1 (5:41)
  2. Moment 2 (6:07)
  3. Moment 3 (7:06)
  4. Moment 4 (5:28)
out of stock $11.51
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Cat: LSR 022. Rel: 14 Sep 20
Electro
  1. Athanatos (2:49)
  2. Hayflick Limit (5:20)
  3. Eukaryotic Chromosomes (3:35)
  4. Telomere (5:50)
  5. Mitosis (6:07)
Review: Detroit electro legends Dopplereffekt return to Leisure System for their fourth release on the Berlin based imprint. Athanatos is named after the angel of the planet Mercury in ancient Greek mythology, but that isn't so much the theme. Here the duo again explore subjects related to genetic conditions and chromosomal influences that define mortality across the EP's five tracks. After the brooding sonic landscapes of the title track , it's classic Mitchell & Nhan all the way on the majestic electronic funk of "Hayflick Limit" while devilishly enchanting slow burners like "Telomere" or "Mitosisin" lock you in with their hypnotic grasp. Raster-Noton founders Carsten Nicolai (who did the artwork) and Olaf Bender are said to have collaborated with the pair on this release.
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8
Cat: FIREC 026. Rel: 17 Sep 18
Electro
  1. Fresh Gildans (5:44)
  2. Solar Panel (3:41)
  3. Another Late Night (5:03)
Review: Next up with his take on the electro sound is Firecracker Recordings co-head Linkwood, who looks to Motor City greats like Drexciya and Japanese Telecom on the aquatic future-funk of "Fresh Gildans" which is quite majestic in all its soulful and bass driven feel. On the flip are two deeper and more introspective cuts, with the immersive "Solar Panel" going for a hypnotic ambient house vibe, or the sublime deep techno journey "Another Late Night" taking its cues respectfully from Detroit like on the previous side. Another great EP by this stalwart of the Scottish scene, which the label best describe themselves as designed for the dancefloor, the sofa and all points in between.
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Cat: VIVOD/UTTU 001. Rel: 29 Jan 18
Electro
  1. Napoli
  2. Secret Language
  3. Purge
  4. Krapton Fictor
  5. Napoli (Umberto remix)
Review: Ali Renault's Cestrian alias is responsible for some proper gutter-dwelling electro business that has come to light on Bunker Records, MNX Recordings and more besides. There's no let up with this new slab, presented to the underworld by Vivod and Unknown To The Unknown as a joint release. "Napoli" keeps the pressure wound up to a breakneck pace while "Secret Language" places the emphasis on devilish synth tones. "Purge" attempts something akin to a more melodic, mellow mood splattered with acidic bleeps, and then "Krapton Fictor" whips out some truly crafty android boogie loaded with short circuits aplenty. Umberto swoops in at the last minute to remix "Napoli" into a relentless, storming techno brute with brains to match the brawn.
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10
Cat: MSQ 003. Rel: 29 Jan 18
Electro
  1. DMT - "Ultimatum" (Mick Wills edit)
  2. Jasss - "Flexion" (Mick Wills cut)
Review: Mosaique turn to the learned ears of Mick Wills to fill out their third release with a pair of exclusive edits that align with the German DJs distinctive take on deviant dance music. On the A side Wills edits "Ultimatum" by Russian industrial wayfarer DMT, a track dripping with sinister synth tones and rasping, brittle drums that sound great looped up across a whole side of vinyl. On the flip Wills takes the knife to "Flexion" by Jasss, the emergent Spanish artist whose wide ranging style encompasses coldwave, acid and more besides. The emotive synth strains of this track strain against the harsh, distorted drums to great effect, all filtered through that Mick Wills vision of what makes great, dark, sleazy dance music.
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11
Cat: INTLC 002. Rel: 24 Sep 18
Electro
  1. Mental Escape (6:15)
  2. Simulant (5:34)
  3. Type 2 (feat Jensen Interceptor) (6:41)
  4. HAL's Machine Tool (4:41)
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12
  1. Trigger Zone (5:11)
  2. Human Method (6:13)
  3. Industrial Drive (6:17)
 in stock $9.91
13
  1. Plant43 - "Hydrocarbon Seas"
  2. Gestalt - "Ecosystem"
  3. Maroje T - "LA Confidential"
  4. Jack Roland - "Osmotic Potential"
Review: After kicking off with a selection of artists pushing hard on the serious electro tip, Latvian label Electronic Leatherette is back once again with another round of smartly chosen protagonists plying their machine funk wares. Plant43 are the most established here, dealing in immaculate Drexciyan funk of the most aqueous kind. Gestalt is equally on killer form with "Ecosystem" while Maroje T taps up the noir mood to perfection on "LA Confidential." Jack Roland's crafty "Osmotic Potential" is a smart B2 reach - loaded with detail and production chops while exploring a more mysterious atmosphere in the process.
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14
Cat: BYR 012. Rel: 10 Sep 18
Electro
  1. Blue Bullet (8:34)
  2. Making Friends With The Invader (9:21)
Review: Given his recent obsession with shoegaze-influenced psychedelic disco chug, it's easy to forget that Andrew Weatherall is capable of crafting seriously good electro. Of course, his take on electro is far from purist. "Blue Bullet", the title track from the veteran DJ/producer's second Byrd Out 12", features spacey, ricocheting machine drums and deep space electronics, but is powered by a typically fuzzy, restless dub disco bassline. Weatherall's love of dub soundystem culture comes to the fore on flipside "Making Friends With The Invader", where discordant, psychedelic influenced guitars rise above delay-laden drum machine hits and a suitably heavyweight bassline.
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out of stock $24.90
15
Cat: MON 016. Rel: 23 Jul 18
Electro
  1. Show The Way
  2. One Step Ahead
  3. Move Because I Said So
  4. Creator
  5. Eyes On Me
  6. Magic City
Review: Larry McCormick has been doing his thing for a long time under different aliases and in multiple groups, but these days he's focusing on his own name and following a strong turn on Shipwrec last year he's emerged on US label Monotone with a mini LP stuffed to the gills with razor sharp electro. "Show The Way" is driving, dynamic and devilishly noirish, like all good electro should be. "One Step Ahead" is a lighter affair with bold lead lines that cut through any mix, while "Move Because I Said So" experiments with jagged rhythm variations for the adventurous DJ to get creative with. "Creator" is a shimmering melodic workout, while "Eyes On Me" sports melancholic overtones before "Magic City" rounds the record off on a harsher tone for the edgier dancefloor.
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16
Cat: CPU 01000000. Rel: 03 Sep 18
Electro
  1. LPC-10 (5:26)
  2. Polytopes (4:58)
  3. AFTRMTH (4:15)
  4. Skyline (6:10)
  5. Mothership (5:08)
  6. Nemesis (3:22)
out of stock $9.37
17
Cat: TRAD 07. Rel: 21 May 18
Electro
  1. Permanent Reminder (5:06)
  2. Hectic Lives (5:35)
  3. Artificial Emotion (4:33)
  4. Habitable Zone (3:13)
  5. Quantized Vector (2:32)
out of stock $17.13
18
Cat: LWK 7. Rel: 12 Mar 18
Electro
  1. Parting Infinity (5:39)
  2. It Hurts To Ask (6:16)
  3. A Brief History Of Lasers (5:32)
Review: The Legwork crew is keeping tight-lipped about the identity of the "mystery artist" behind the Brother Nebula project, and the accompanying info sheet simply describes the record as being a collision of "rave" and "space-time". It's a fairly apt description, with bass-heavy opener "Parting Infinity" brilliantly joining the dots between late '80s UK grooves and the shimmering, intergalactic electronics of electro. Meanwhile on the B-side, the unknown Brother wraps dreamy pads and wonky electronic motifs around a thrusting early tech-house groove on "It Hurts To Ask", before doffing a cap to the retro-futurist dreaminess of Ex-Terrestrial on title track "A Brief History of Lasers".
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19
  1. Vessel In Distress - "Transponder"
  2. Franck Kartell - "Sigma Octantis"
  3. MSRG - "Elliptical Wave"
  4. Heinrich Dressel - "Down Upsight"
Review: The Electronic Leatherette label shows its hand straight away with a pointed nod to The Normal and the foundations of Mute Records. Sure enough there's an industrial, new wave and electro fog hanging over the nocturnal transmissions that make up this first release, although it's far from one dimensional throwback music. Vessel In Distress has a chilly sci-fi leaning to its brand of gloomy electro, but that's contrasted by the sprightly robo-funk of Franck Kartell's "Sigma Octantis". MSRG brings the party with the feisty stomp and gnarly synth lines of "Elliptical Wave", and Heinrich Dressel rolls out an evocative night crawler of a track in "Down Upsight", as is his customary style.
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out of stock $7.23
20
  1. Andy Rantzen - "Digital Elf"
  2. Andy Rantzen - "The Dial" (Itch-E & Scratch-E mix)
  3. Laccy - "Spectrum Of Vibrations"
  4. Laccy - "Coincidence Of Opposites"
Review: The fourth installment on Spinning Plates comes from Andy Rantzen and Laccy, featuring a wealth of off-beat techno adventures for wayward souls. Rantzen is an Australian producer with a history remixing the likes of Severed Heads and working alongside Paul Mac as Itch-E & Scratch-E. His lead track "Digital Elf" is a stripped a raw beats n' bleeps workout, while "The Dial" finds Mac chipping in as they rework the track into a deadly old-skool burner for lovers of bleep techno. Laccy has only had one prior outing to date, but sounds in strong form on the sleek and crafty "Spectrum Of Vibrations" and delightfully freaky "Coincidence Of Opposites".
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21
Cat: DBC 4W002. Rel: 12 Mar 18
Electro
  1. Technology (Techno Bass mix) (5:04)
  2. Technology (Rhythm mix) (3:37)
Review: Re-Release: Released in 1993, The Technology Ep appeared on the start of a re-establishment of electro music and a
beginning for the Direct Beat label. That would be a constant reminder of where to see 'AUX88' material come to light.
"Technology" carried the 'AUX88' brand onto radio, mainstream club and dance parties...become a sought after 12" by a
band that proclaimed its sound as 'Electro/Techno'. The Techno Bass mix is the original track, (now for the first time
available) Rhythm Mix is a different animal on its own... Within the track you can hear the growth of what would
become the sound of emerging aliases' in years to come and the use of distinct voices/vocals. With both versions from
the original studio recordings in 1993, Listeners will be treated to a major bonus point in the birth of the 'AUX Quadrant'
of projects to come. Designed for a well-deserved space on the global dance floor.
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out of stock $13.12
22
Cat: LR 009. Rel: 04 Mar 19
Electro
  1. Ultramax (5:39)
  2. Drip Freq (feat Defekt) (6:20)
  3. Haze (5:49)
  4. Dimensional Thought (5:17)
  5. Altered State (feat Assembler Code) (4:40)
  6. Ufology (3:47)
  7. Shadow Network (4:43)
  8. Trance Atlantic (5:37)
  9. Time Echo (feat The Hacker) (5:26)
  10. Mother (4:46)
Review: Following six years spent tickling the fancy of quality electro lovers the world over, Mikey Melas AKA Jensen Interceptor has finally got round to recording a debut album. It's a pretty hot collection of cuts, with the Sydney producer joining the dots between ranging, angular peak-time slammers ("Ultramax", "Drip Freq"), bustling and bass-heavy workouts ("Haze"), bleeping space symphonies (the Sinewave-esque "Dimensional Thought"), Drexciya-style missives ("Ufology", "Shadow Network") and more crystalline, melodious affairs ("Mother"). Some of his scene pals swing by to lend a hand, too, with The Hacker and Assembler Code collaborations standing out.
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23
Cat: LWK 8. Rel: 25 Jun 18
Electro
  1. SIS (6:28)
  2. SIS (Brother Nebula Revision) (6:47)
  3. SIS (Savile Jetset radio remix) (5:14)
Review: Despite boasting a DJ career that stretches back to the San Francisco rave moment of the early '90s, Solar Langevin has very little previous production pedigree. In fact, this 12" marks his debut single with the mysterious Brother Nebula, following occasional contributions to multi-artist EPs. "S.I.S" is the kind of pulsating, strobe-friendly cut that we can imagine goes down a storm in San Francisco's more muscular clubs. While its chords and occasional melodies tend towards the dreamy, it's the bubbling, mind-altering acid lines and bustling electro-techno groove that catch the ear. Brother Nebula takes a different approach on his looser and mellower, breakbeat-driven remix, while Saville Jetset re-imagines "S.I.S" as a deep electro shuffler lazily drifting through deep space.
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out of stock $10.70
24
Cat: CE 025. Rel: 16 Jul 18
Electro
  1. Smoker (5:52)
  2. Eczo (4:49)
  3. Smoker (Sync 24 remix) (5:07)
  4. Confidential (5:17)
out of stock $10.45
25
Cat: CPU 00111011. Rel: 18 Jun 18
Electro
  1. Projections (6:33)
  2. Rift (5:38)
  3. Thermal Image (6:23)
  4. Override (5:39)
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26
Cat: GFEP 04. Rel: 26 Feb 18
Electro
  1. Das Ding - "Conun Drum" (4:39)
  2. Das Ding - "Life Is A Tool In The Hands Of Strangers" (4:04)
  3. DJ Overdose - "I See No Stars At Night" (4:16)
  4. DJ Overdose - "Potje Freaken" (4:55)
Review: The Go Finger label has been digging into the undergrowth of synthwave sounds and deviant electro for a few years now, more recently graduating from the tape scene to put out EPs of leftfield electronic adventures on wax. This EP in particular is quite something, calling on the vintage talents of Das Ding in all their eerie, warped, pulsing, analogue refinement. "Conun Drum" is a curiously playful trip through noirish cityscapes by way of strobing lead lines and militaristic machine beats, while "Life Is A Tool In The Hands Of Strangers" takes a more uptempo approach without losing the bombast of their melodic arrangements. Dutch electro champ DJ Overdose steps up for the B side, dropping the overcast and creeping "I See No Stars At Night" and the dishevelled robot beatdown "Potje Freaken".
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Feel U (1 per customer)
Cat: PE 003. Rel: 15 Oct 18
Electro
  1. Feel U (5:45)
  2. AK (4:59)
  3. Sip & Savour (5:13)
  4. Northern Lights (5:09)
Review: There's something wonderfully blissful and summery about Sophie Sweetland's latest outing under the D.Tiffany pseudonym. From start to finish, the EP sounds like it was written at sunrise under the influence of a cocktail of endorphin-boosting prescription drugs. Check, for example, the skittish breakbeats, slowly swelling chords and huggable synth-bass of head-in-the-clouds opener "Feel U", or the red-eye-enhanced deep space pads that drift across an up-tempo, high-octane electro rhythm on "AK". The Vancouver producer opts for a slightly rougher-edged sound on bustling flipside opener "Sip & Savour", a chunky, breakbeat-driven affair smothered in rich deep house chords and intergalactic electronics, while closer "Northern Lights" reminded us of the sublime, ambient house-era work of Japanese producer Mr YT.
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28
Cat: PERMVAC 1731. Rel: 29 Oct 18
Electro
  1. Come To Me (5:39)
  2. Can U Feel The Power? (4:07)
  3. Mouse (2:39)
  4. You're Not There (3:20)
  5. You Can Do It! (3:00)
  6. End Of The Night (6:08)
  7. Place Called Love (3:59)
  8. Come To Me (instrumental) (5:40)
  9. I'm All Alone (Cylob mix) (3:54)
Review: ** REPRESS ALERT ** Timeless electro by UK stalwart Edward Upton, on this much deserved reissue of his 1998 LP Nu Romantix. Permanent Vacation have made the album available for the first time on a loud and sharp double 12" that has been carefully remastered by Lopazz for maximum pleasure. All the tracks you know and love from the orginal are here, such as his spooky Dopplereffekt tribute "You're Not There" featuring his terrific deadpan vocal delivery, the wonderfully creepy "Mouse" with its minimalist vibe and the cheeky vocoder antics of "End Of The Night" channelling some good ol' fashioned Italo vibes. Including the instrumental of "Come To Me" as a bonus track.
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out of stock $36.40
29
Cat: SAT 024. Rel: 21 Feb 05
Electro
  1. Worm Intruder
  2. Land Of The Dark
  3. Road To The Madness
  4. Tele Remote
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  1. Random Pain (5:47)
  2. HRL6 (6:54)
  3. Drive Shift (7:02)
  4. Drive Shift (The Hacker remix) (6:23)
Review: More from regular studio partners Assembler Code and Jenson Interceptor, whose previous joint EPs for Boyznoize, Private Persons and Cultivated Electronics were little less than essential. First, turn your attention to superb opener "Random Pain", a melodious and evocative deep electro cut that morphs into something dirtier, darker and far more hard-hitting midway through. "HRL6" is altogether moodier and more Drexciyan in tone, while flipside opener "Drive Shift" fixes elastic electronics and gently pulsing motifs to an altogether more relaxed and rolling 4/4 electro groove. It comes accompanied by an altogether darker and moodier remix by The Hacker that boasts raw electronics, spacey bleeps and a slightly paranoid vibe.
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