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Juno Recommends Electro

Juno Recommends Electro

Electro Recommendations September 2012
3 Sep 2012
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  1. Felix Kubin - "Japan Japan" (J Rocc edit)
  2. Ohama - "The Drum" (J Rocc edit)
  3. Mark Lane - "Who's Really Listening" (J Rocc edit)
  4. Deux - "Game & Performance" (J Rocc edit)
Review: J Rocc steps up for the second and final installment of his Minimal Wave Tapes Edits, once again appearing on weighty vinyl and offering solitude for those DJs out there whose attempts to drop the likes of Ohama and Deux are frustrated by the inherent lack of quantized drum programming. J Rocc's edit of Felix Kubin's "Japan Japan" is a case in point, originally featuring on the recent second volume of The Minimal Wave Tapes, the rolling 4x4 electro groove that filled the opening bars soon mutated rhythmically into bastard vocoder pop. J Rocc wisely extends this opening loop before switching into the madness and then smoothing back into that groove. From here, J Rocc adds some extra weight to the titular elements of Ohama's "The Drum", teases out the inner uneasy primal techno workings of "Who's Really Listening?" from Mark Lane and f*cks about with Deux's "Game & Performance" brilliantly.
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out of stock $11.88
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  1. The Exaltics - "Changing Things"
  2. The Exaltics - "Quiet Earth"
  3. Morphology - "Neural Network"
  4. Morphology - "Stochastic Resonance"
Review: The Exaltics return to their much beloved Solar One imprint on this release, and go head to head with Morphology, their tight-knit electro connection. The A-side is taken care of by the former, with "Changing Things" - one of the rawest electro tracks we've heard this year, and their downtempo personality shining through on "Quiet Earth" with its serene synths and slow-shuffling percussion travailing through its widescreen terrains. The flip is Morphology's domain, with "Neural Network", a chilling drum machine display surrounded by tingling bleeps and monstrous swirls of electro goodness. "Stochastic Resonance" ties things off in true Bunker format, solidifying those deep, high-tech electro roots and giving them a fine wallop with those bouncing chords.
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out of stock $10.54
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Cat: LDR 011. Rel: 03 Sep 12
Electro
  1. Deploy
  2. Thrusters
  3. International Airlines
  4. Vaporise
  5. Cylinder
  6. Mapolar
  7. Antenna Forest
out of stock $19.99
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Cat: TART 023. Rel: 03 Sep 12
Deep House
  1. NV Electro
  2. Projects
  3. Rushing For Fools
Review: Taking its name from the grey, concrete-filled grimy Nordvest area of Copenhagen where they reside, and fitting with the current wave of 303 revivalists doing interesting things with the tried and tested template (Recondite, Tin Man) 2400 Operator have already impressed with some deeper leaning releases for Jus Ed's esteemed Underground Quality imprint. On this three track EP for Tartelet they experiment more explicitly with the sounds of electro. "NV Electro" makes it patently clear what vibe they're going for with its track title and does so with considerable success; it's lean 808 breakbeat combines with a brittle arpeggio and searching pad melodies that is part classic Hague sound and part classic New York deepness. "Projects" is a more 4/4 affair but still uses a more cosmic sci-fi palette, complete with glittering synth arp and chunky low slung bassline to keep things grounded, while "Rushing For Fools" is like classic 80s house accented with 303 bass stabs that nevertheless has a clear and modern sensibility, delivering clever rhythms underneath its acid crescendo.
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out of stock $14.61
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Cat: SKA 001LP. Rel: 16 Jul 12
Electro
  1. Part 1
  2. Part 2
  3. Part 3
  4. Part 4
Review: Autechre have had a long period of hiatus but this year saw the legendary pair reignite their chimerical touch on electronic music thanks to their ne alias Lego Feet, demonstrating the pair's previously unknown electro sensibility. Made up of 4 parts, the first takes a Chicago spin on things, with that muffled rave bassline prowling hastily over the freeflowing synths below it. "Part 2" sounds something like Autechre and Drexciya combined, but "Part 3" is where we enter videogame mode, flushing in a serious dose of Mario Bros melodies. "Part 4" differs greatly once again, working that drum machine to its full potential.
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out of stock $16.20
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  1. Antonym - "Cinnamon Air"
  2. Hard Corps - "Dirty"
  3. Crash Course In Science - "Flying Turns"
  4. Das Ding - "HTSA"
Review: We were wondering when J Rocc would put his nimble fingers all over what was this year's most compelling reissue compilations. The Stones Throw associate does so in style, breaking down Antonym's "Cinnamon Air" into a deranged, breakbeat-filtered hip-hop excursion. His Work on that "Dirty" track by Hard Corps is also inspirational, resuscitating those italo lyrics more than ever before, but the "Flying Turns" remix is simply brilliant, where Rocc transforms it into a very modern and aware house beatdown. Das Ding is also given a retouch on their "HTSA", re-inventing those snares and working closely on its previously more muffled arrangement. J Rocc on top as always!
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out of stock $12.16
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Cat: STIL 039. Rel: 20 Aug 12
Electro
  1. Dimension Phantasy
  2. Hypnosis
  3. Internet Madness
  4. Robotic
  5. Square
  6. Zeitreisen
out of stock $17.28
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Cat: DE 028. Rel: 20 Aug 12
Electro
  1. Pier 46
  2. Graffiti No 1
  3. Graffiti No 2
  4. Lustmorder
  5. Secret Affair No1
  6. ZMR
  7. Cindy Sherman
  8. Lini Je Sile
  9. Secret Affair No 2
  10. Secret Affair No 3
  11. Obnova
out of stock $17.02
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Cat: DE 029. Rel: 20 Aug 12
Coldwave/Synth
  1. La Machine I Raver
  2. L'Eurosienne
  3. Alcool
  4. Amazone
  5. DS
  6. El Gato
  7. Playgirl
  8. Mina
  9. Analphabelfe
  10. Contakt
  11. Louphoque
  12. Madison Fraise
  13. Bobby Bonbeck
  14. Revers
 in stock $17.83
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Cat: DE 027. Rel: 20 Aug 12
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Engrave The Name
  2. I Stand Alone
  3. The Pulse Thickens
  4. Nothing New
  5. I Go To Pieces
  6. Semi-D Prision
  7. Down Through The Years
  8. Rule Of Force
  9. Tear It Down
  10. The Prayer Clock
  11. Work Ethic
out of stock $22.42
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