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Juno Recommends Electro

Juno Recommends Electro

Juno Recommends Electro May 2019
3 Jun 2019
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Cat: HEARLUCINATE 001. Rel: 20 May 19
Electro
  1. Dawl - "Energy Overdrive" (6:56)
  2. Dawl - "Cyborg" (6:25)
  3. Tristan Da Cunha - "Move (Let Me See U)" (5:40)
  4. Freakenstein - "Feakin' Time (+ Freak-A-Pella)" (7:24)
Review: Leeds-born session Hearlucinate makes the leap to wax with a special series of 12"s that correspond to line-ups for parties in London, spearheaded by resident Tristan da Cunha. On this first release, Dawl shores up on the A side and sets the bar very high indeed with the killer bleep techno stylings of "Energy Overdrive" and the tough, punchy electro of "Cyborg". Da Cunha himself follows up on the B side with the equally tough and thumping "Move (Let Me See U)", a seedy and sensual peak timer if we ever heard one. Freakenstein completes the set with a rabble-rousing booty bass beat down that will appeal to those who likes their electro fast and nasty.
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out of stock $10.80
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Cat: PRIVATEPERSONS 004. Rel: 20 May 19
Electro
  1. Locked Club, RLGN - "Bosozoku" (6:02)
  2. Locked Club - "Baikal Boogie" (6:00)
  3. Locked Club - "80.8 FM" (5:21)
  4. Locked Club, RLGN - "Tsukare" (5:05)
Review: This new collaborative EP from Russia's Private Persons provides a healthy dose of twisted electro-minded tech that should appeal to all sorts of DJs seeking that 'raw' edge. This new pile driver comes from the minds of Locked Club and RLGN, both of them new to the scene and hungrily to deliver some good old dread into the dance floor. "Bosozoku" and "Baikal Boogie" are both made of the same, twisted sort of highly abrasive metallic percussion, and should light up more than a few light bulbs to fans of the Bunker stable. Over on the B-side, Locked Club appears on his own for "80.8 FM", an FX-heavy juggernaut with nothing but merciless energy at its core, whereas the duo are back together on the punchy warehouse techno of "Tsukare". Cold and effective.
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Cat: CWCS 014LP. Rel: 20 May 19
Electro
  1. The Arrival (1:09)
  2. Fallen Star (4:43)
  3. Tunnel Chase (3:51)
  4. The Others (4:09)
  5. One (5:38)
  6. Symbionts Came Through The Green Lights (3:46)
  7. Skyway Chase (4:19)
  8. Day By Day (1:04)
  9. Missing Places (2:56)
  10. 439 (3:40)
  11. The Hunt Is On (3:59)
  12. Another World Underneath (3:43)
  13. 8000 Miles High (4:06)
Review: Some nine months on from the last album release under the Exaltics alias - the acid-fuelled electro of "Das Heise Experiment 2" - Robert Witschakowski is back with another full-length effort. While there are some sonic similarities to its predecessor, Witschakowski has really ratcheted up the intergalactic influences, with the vast majority of the material on show sitting somewhere between the undersea heaviness of Drexciya and the futurist, sci-fi-fired deep space vibes that have long been associated with electro. There are a few downtempo moments, but for the most part the storied producer keeps his sights set on the dancefloor. Highlights are plentiful and include the crystalline creepiness of "One", the throbbing intensity of "Skyway Chase" and the moody, ERP style deep electro of "Missing Places".
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 in stock $23.76
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Cat: CPU 01001001. Rel: 06 May 19
Electro
  1. Her Majesty (The Universe) (5:25)
  2. Sheffield Bleep (4:23)
  3. Deep Analysis (3:48)
  4. Ultraterrestrial (5:17)
  5. Decent Of Man (4:39)
  6. Hallucinate Data (3:40)
Review: Back in 2012, C.P. Smith's Central Processing Unit label launched via a fine EP from Texas-based producer Philip Washington AKA Cygnus. Having continued their relationship via an album and further EPs, it would be fair to say that the American is one of the Sheffield label's most significant acts. "Deep Analysis" is Washington's first release on CPU for four years and delivers a sextet of high-grade electro cuts. There's much to admire throughout, from the bustling computer beats and deep space chords of "Decent Of Man" and the angry vocoder vocals of bona-fide club-rocker "Sheffield Bleep", to the Drexciya style intensity of the title track and bubbly brilliance of EP opener "Her Majesty (The Universe)".
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 in stock $8.92
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Cat: TRESOR 181LP. Rel: 20 May 19
Electro
  1. Digital Tsunami (6:20)
  2. Soul Of The Sea (4:28)
  3. Dr Blowfins' Black Storm Stabilizing Spheres (6:13)
  4. Song Of The Green Whale (4:59)
  5. Lake Haze (5:13)
  6. Mission To Ociya Syndor & Back (5:15)
  7. Under Sea Disturbances (8:07)
Review: One of the darkest albums. Raw electro techno from the deep! Absolute must have!
out of stock $19.18
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Cat: TS19 02. Rel: 13 May 19
Electro
  1. What Is Your Name? (vocal mix) (7:10)
  2. What Is Your Name? (instrumental) (6:02)
  3. What Is Your Name? (Acidulant remix) (6:41)
Review: The resurgent Transparent Sound outfit (made up of UK electro veterans Orson Bramley and Martin Brown) have been riding high since their classic "Punk Motherfucker" got picked up for a reissue from Pressure Traxx, finding favour with the Club der Visionaere set. They're back on their own label with a rich and plentiful EP loaded with robotic box jams, leading in with the dark and seductive body popping beatdown "What Is Your Name?". The vocal mix is killer, but there's also the added bonus of an instrumental take for those who prefer a pure machine sound. Acidulant also steps up with a blinding remix that does a great service to the original, threading some seriously nasty synth wriggles and wobbles into the mix.
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 in stock $9.19
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Cat: TS19 01. Rel: 13 May 19
Electro
  1. Nervouse Smile (7:13)
  2. Nervouse Smile (Acidulant remix) (5:09)
  3. Nervouse Smile (Alero May remix) (5:57)
Review: Transparent Sound label boss Orson Bramley steps up to his long-standing imprint with a new guise, Empty Orchestra, which showcases yet more of his crafty, delicately executed take on electro. "Nervouse Smile" is an impeccable study of the style, loaded with intricate machine funk elements from twitchy drum programming to ethereal pads, and of course a healthy dose of funk for good measure. As well as the original version, there are additional remixes courtesy of rising stars Acidulant and Alero May, the latter of which has an especially infectious bassline ripple and some smart key change moments for a dynamic end result.
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 in stock $7.29
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Cat: HEARSE 001. Rel: 27 May 19
Electro
  1. Si Begg & Neil Landstrumm - "The Pusher (M)" (3:59)
  2. The Exaltics - "00045.00.2" (3:53)
  3. Amato - "Sueur Et Poussiere" (6:13)
  4. DJ Overdose - "Industry Repeats" (4:55)
Review: As ways to introduce a new label go, this first outing from Hearse is pretty special. It's something of an all-star affair, with cuts from scene stalwarts and a lovely screen-printed sleeve. To kick things off, old pals Neil Landstrumm and Si Begg join forces on talkbox-sporting ja, "The Pusher (M)", where bleeping melodies and intergalactic electronics cluster around a mind-altering electro groove. The Exaltics offer up a razor-sharp slab of arpeggio-driven 4/4 electro insanity ("00045.00.2"), while Amato smothers an EBM/industrial funk style beat in foreboding electronic riffs and suitably wonky modular motifs. It's left to DJ Overdose to close proceedings, something he does in style via the distorted drums and mangled electronics of industrial electro workout "Industry Repeats".
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out of stock $11.88
9
  1. Gilbert - "Illumination" (6:54)
  2. Mindless Evolving Objects - "Lunar Trace" (6:03)
  3. Datawave - "Ionic Pulse" (4:27)
  4. Zobol - "Scatterbrain" (5:29)
  5. Nikolay Sunak - "Dance & Cry Baby" (5:05)
Review: Distorted Sensory Perception is a new label emerging out of the Bristol underground to represent the deeper end of the techno and electro scene. The first release is a various artists affair that kicks off with the bold and expressive sound of rising talent Gilbert, last spotted on two excellent Innate releases. Mindless Evolving Objects takes a similar approach laden with harmonious pads and twinkling arps, while Datawave takes things in a darker direction without losing that melodic nous. Label founder Zobol has an emotive bent in his track "Scatterbrain," and Nikolay Sunak completes the set with the illustrious "Dance & Cry Baby."
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Cat: PRIVATEPERSONS 006. Rel: 19 Feb 18
Electro
  1. Drum Rack (5:51)
  2. Pipe (5:45)
  3. Natural Control (8:38)
  4. F5 (5:46)
Review: Sydney sorts Jensen Interceptor and Assembly Code first joined forces late last year, delivering the throbbing and jacking 6th Element EP on Boyznoize Records. This second collaborative salvo is, if anything, even better. They kick things off with the redlined, industrial electro assault of "Drum Rack" - think distorted drums, mind-bending bass fuzz and ghostly noises - before tiptoeing the fine line between Drexciyan electro and more concrete-clad sounds on the essential "Pipe". They tip a wink to original EBM maestros such as Front 242 and Nitzer Ebb on the bustling brilliance of "Natural Control", while "F5" sounds like a successful attempt to fuse crispy, hardcore style breakbeats and mind-bending acid house.
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Cat: MST 040. Rel: 20 May 19
Electro
  1. Lectro City (5:39)
  2. Eniac (4:51)
  3. Tangra (4:55)
  4. MC's Street (4:53)
 in stock $12.96
12
Cat: VIS 313. Rel: 27 May 19
Electro
  1. One LFO (5:38)
  2. One LFO (Luke Hess interpretation) (6:09)
  3. One LFO (Delano Smith Reconstruction) (7:10)
Review: Ted Krisko and Eric Rickers hail from Detroit, and their distinctive brand of snappy, playful electro and techno has already landed them releases on KMS, Visionquest and others. Now they land on 20/20 Vision with the devilishly fun "One LFO," an unremitting acid jam shot through with crafty drum programming and enough robotic lubricant to get the rustiest joints greased up and moving. Fellow Detroit champs Luke Hess and Delano Smith shore up on the flip with classy remixes, Hess waving his dubby strains over the original in inimitable form and Smith taking things deep, smooth and just a little spooky.
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13
Cat: BRK 63. Rel: 20 May 19
Electro
  1. Program A Beat (vocal) (4:40)
  2. Program A Beat (Istrumental) (4:41)
  3. Computor Groove (5:04)
  4. Bass Computor (Istrumental) (3:58)
out of stock $11.35
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Cat: DE 237. Rel: 13 May 19
Electro
  1. His Name Is Fud (3:12)
  2. Frog Stoemp (3:06)
  3. Least Liked (3:31)
  4. Gras Sature (3:20)
  5. The Terrible Translation (3:41)
  6. Centipedes (3:37)
  7. Ebmeme (4:28)
Review: We are proud to present two new EPs from De Bons en Pierre, the duo of Beau Wanzer & Maoupa Mazzocchetti. Beau Wanzer spends the majority of his days sifting through paraffin embedded animal tissues and reading old issues of Fangoria, occasionally breaking his monotonous routine to record in various fits and bursts. As well as solo material, he is also in numerous projects including Streetwalker, Mutant Beat Dance, Civil Duty, and Corporate Park. Maoupa Mazzocchetti is the pseudonym of Florent Mazzocchetti, a French producer based in Brussels. His sonic vision is one which constantly straddles the line between wild experimentation and rhythmic compatibility, drawing influence from early concrete, 80's tape scene and Birmingham school techno. After working together on the 'Crepes' EP that we released in 2017, De Bons en Pierre reunited for a two day recording session in Brussels. The duo recorded 13 tracks that we've split across 2 EPs with 6 tracks on 'EP No. 1' and 7 tracks on 'EP No. 2'. Beau says, "We hooked everything up and just pushed play. We didn't really discuss much about the process....it was very 'spur of the moment'." The equipment set up included a Roland TR-808, TR-606, SH-101, CR-78, CR-8000, two Syncussions and effects. Each EP contains 25 minutes of dance floor perversions that tackle an array of rhythmic forms. Sludgy synths, serrated percussion and viscous distortion goops over leviathan rhythms. All songs are mastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley. 'EP No. 1' is housed in a sewage green jacket featuring a monster mask duo and spiky motifs designed by Florent Mazzocchetti, and 'EP No. 2' is radioactive orange with a different pair of monster masks.
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Cat: DE 236. Rel: 13 May 19
Electro
  1. Wrong Dose Nice Things (3:44)
  2. Pop Corn Sous Le Lit (4:48)
  3. Insect Repelent Company (3:34)
  4. No Cure For Cancer (4:26)
  5. A Very Bad Meal (4:16)
  6. The War Room (3:35)
Review: We are proud to present two new EPs from De Bons en Pierre, the duo of Beau Wanzer & Maoupa Mazzocchetti. Beau Wanzer spends the majority of his days sifting through paraffin embedded animal tissues and reading old issues of Fangoria, occasionally breaking his monotonous routine to record in various fits and bursts. As well as solo material, he is also in numerous projects including Streetwalker, Mutant Beat Dance, Civil Duty, and Corporate Park. Maoupa Mazzocchetti is the pseudonym of Florent Mazzocchetti, a French producer based in Brussels. His sonic vision is one which constantly straddles the line between wild experimentation and rhythmic compatibility, drawing influence from early concrete, 80's tape scene and Birmingham school techno. After working together on the 'Crepes' EP that we released in 2017, De Bons en Pierre reunited for a two day recording session in Brussels. The duo recorded 13 tracks that we've split across 2 EPs with 6 tracks on 'EP No. 1' and 7 tracks on 'EP No. 2'. Beau says, "We hooked everything up and just pushed play. We didn't really discuss much about the process....it was very 'spur of the moment'." The equipment set up included a Roland TR-808, TR-606, SH-101, CR-78, CR-8000, two Syncussions and effects. Each EP contains 25 minutes of dance floor perversions that tackle an array of rhythmic forms. Sludgy synths, serrated percussion and viscous distortion goops over leviathan rhythms. All songs are mastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley. 'EP No. 1' is housed in a sewage green jacket featuring a monster mask duo and spiky motifs designed by Florent Mazzocchetti, and 'EP No. 2' is radioactive orange with a different pair of monster masks.
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Cat: SGX 004. Rel: 13 May 19
Electro
  1. Prisoner Of Mind (4:38)
  2. Paralyzed (5:07)
  3. Foriegn Control (5:28)
 in stock $12.16
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Cat: SER 025. Rel: 20 May 19
Electro
  1. We Are Ready (6:05)
  2. Light Language (7:20)
  3. Gravity Probe (6:19)
  4. Stars In The Gutter (6:04)
Review: When John Selway brought his dancing hands to the keyboard to begin work on his first full EP on Serotonin Records since 'Zoids Vol 2' in 1998, he channelled cosmic soul to create the next generation of intergalactic funk. His EP 'Light Language' surfs the solar winds to the space between breaks and electro where his musical adventures are free to explore the frontiers of dance. 'Light Language' permeates with the angelic voices of our true selves. The voice is the primary and complete musical instrument. When John was not yet born his mother sang to him in utero. A musical soul so innate it resonates celestial tonalities. All captured here on this twelve inch disk delivered by the galaxian voyager and pressed for human kind by Serotonin Records.
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out of stock $12.16
18
Cat: DT 004. Rel: 13 May 19
Electro
  1. Refried Crisps (3:56)
  2. Crisps (4:01)
  3. 03 April (4:06)
  4. Upheld (3:50)
out of stock $10.80
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Cat: PPLFEK 02. Rel: 20 May 19
Electro
  1. Rein (feat Egyptian Lover - extended 12" mix) (6:26)
  2. Rein (feat Yung Hurn & Egyptian Lover - Westbam Electro mix) (6:30)
  3. My Love Is For Real (feat Haddaway - dance mix) (4:44)
  4. My Love Is For Real (feat Haddaway - DJ Gigola & RIP Swirl Piano mix) (4:02)
out of stock $11.08
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Cat: NATURAL 028. Rel: 27 May 19
Electro
  1. Ride The Spiral (6:57)
  2. Psychic Purification (5:38)
  3. Golden Armageddon (10:04)
Review: Although largely unknown outside of underground electro circles, Mark Kastner AKA Galaxian consistently serves up some of the most on-point experimental and club-focused electronic music around. It's a bold claim, for sure, but one that's backed up by the high quality tracks showcased on the Scottish producer's first EP for Natural Sciences. A-track "Golden Armageddon", for example, is a thrilling, nine-minute electro ride that brilliantly alternates between sweeping, cinematic style melodic movements and fizzing, acid-fired sections that are more intense than a late night beating from a far-right thug. Elsewhere, "Ride The Spiral" joins the dots between Drexciya, early UK bleep and weirdo IDM, while dystopian closing cut "Psychic Purification" is a Rephlex style "braindance" monster.
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  1. Messages From The Other Side (5:18)
  2. Cosmic Sequence (5:19)
  3. Fall Of The Watchers (3:32)
  4. Chronocentric (4:14)
  5. Diabol (5:05)
  6. Cartesian Plane (3:22)
  7. Black Sky (4:23)
  8. Erinnerung (2:23)
  9. Aretstikapha (4:22)
out of stock $12.70
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QC
Cat: QCOK 02. Rel: 20 May 19
Electro
  1. The Trifecta (9:23)
  2. Forest Magic (5:59)
  3. Canterburied (5:48)
 in stock $10.80
23
Cat: MOJ 11. Rel: 13 May 19
Electro
  1. Sadness (5:08)
  2. Distress (5:57)
  3. Lethargy (4:22)
  4. Farewell (7:14)
  5. Lonliness (5:43)
  6. Sorrow (7:16)
  7. Nightmares (5:41)
  8. Melancholia (7:53)
  9. Depression (7:10)
Review: There's not much info out there about My Own Jupiter's latest addition to the roster, though we do know that he's a Spanish producer and that "Morning For Loss" is his debut album. It's a rather impressive set, with the publicity-shy artist offering up a poignant, spacey and quietly picturesque mix of slo-mo melodic electro, intergalactic dancefloor workouts, early '90s style IDM, bleeping ambient techno and shimmering purist electro jams that sound like they've been sat idle on a dusty cassette since 1989. Throughout, Depressor strikes a near perfect balance between bottom end grunt, atmospheric aural textures and tuneful, ear-catching synthesizer motifs.
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 in stock $26.75
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Cat: DPTX 017. Rel: 13 May 19
Electro
  1. Before The Storm (6:14)
  2. Cyanide (4:06)
  3. Space Travel (5:13)
  4. Processing Plant (6:01)
  5. Outland (5:16)
  6. II (3:20)
 in stock $14.32
25
Cat: WE 009. Rel: 27 May 19
Electro
  1. Rodeo Star (6:35)
  2. Rodeo Star (Franz Scala remix) (8:15)
  3. Faster Moving Traffic (6:41)
  4. Happy Song (5:26)
 in stock $11.35
26
Cat: CDR 009. Rel: 20 May 19
Electro
  1. Deceitful Idol (5:05)
  2. In The Darkness Again (5:31)
  3. Riddles Of September (5:34)
  4. Last Dance (8:06)
 in stock $13.24
27
Cat: CNSRM 002. Rel: 20 May 19
Electro
  1. Computoid Transmission X (5:33)
  2. Computoid Transmission X (Animistic Beliefs Electric Eye mix) (5:21)
  3. Firewall Culture (5:00)
  4. Jupiter Storms (5:00)
 in stock $10.54
28
  1. Aveorm - "Coma Berenices" (3:35)
  2. Davide Piras - "325" (5:51)
  3. C-Lektro - "Newoldschool" (4:00)
  4. Vincenzo Perez - "Syren" (5:04)
  5. ISE - "North Sea Apprentices" (5:06)
  6. CSMS - "Clumby Stud" (3:28)
out of stock $12.96
29
Cat: CYBOMOTIONS. Rel: 06 May 19
Electro
  1. Foreign Sequence - "Xanax4lfos" (6:32)
  2. Foreign Sequence - "Love In A Field" (5:07)
  3. Foreign Sequence - "Nmbrsadny_19" (5:06)
  4. Foreign Sequence - "Herborist" (3:30)
  5. Omni Causa - "Time Stood Still" (5:08)
  6. Omni Causa - "Pixel Of Nostalgia" (5:56)
  7. Omni Causa - "Dgtl Wood" (5:55)
  8. Omni Causa - "Time Taking Life" (5:43)
out of stock $15.40
30
Cat: DMX 08. Rel: 27 May 19
Electro
  1. Minimal Funk (5:37)
  2. November (4:19)
  3. Slam Jack (5:54)
  4. One Year Later (4:50)
 in stock $10.00
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