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CD Album Recommendations May 2011

Juno Recommends CD Albums

Juno Recommends CD Albums

CD Album Recommendations May 2011
28 Apr 2011
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1
  1. Intro
  2. State Of Emergency
  3. Maybe 1 Day (feat Tony Coates)
  4. Child's Play (Lil Strick mix)
  5. Fear No Fear (feat Don Q)
  6. A Soldier's Story
  7. War Dance
  8. Under Tone
  9. Bar Room Brawl
  10. What Up Doe (Omar S remix)
  11. Yllabian Dogfight
  12. 100% Hustler
  13. Buckle Up
  14. Final Hour
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Cat: SOULR 050. Rel: 25 Apr 11
Drum And Bass
  1. Make A Raise (feat SPY & Ras Tweed)
  2. Strangeways (feat Zed Bias)
  3. Meldown (feat Calibre)
  4. Climbing Up The Walls (feat Lynx & Danny Fierce)
  5. TB Or Not TB?
  6. From The Ashes
  7. Hot Hands
  8. Celestial Navigation (feat SPY)
  9. Regrest (feat Riya)
  10. Wacky Races
  11. Paulista Dub (feat SPY)
  12. Dusk
  13. Make Way (feat DRS)
  14. 21 mix
Review: Having waited some 21 years to produce his debut solo full-length, we perhaps shouldn't be surprised that D&B veteran Marcus Intallex has pushed the boat out a little. Yet even his most ferocious fans may be more than a little surprised by the breathtaking scope of 21. There are collaborations by the bootload most notably with Lynx & Danny Fierce, SPY and Zed Bias excursions into two-step jungle, future house and dubstep-acid, and even a suitably atmospheric cover of Radiohead's "Climbing Up The Walls". Plus, of course, a brilliant selection of alien D&B jams in his own inimitable style. It may have taken two decades to materialize, but it was definitely worth the wait.


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out of stock $10.84
3
Cat: IFEEL 013CD. Rel: 18 Apr 11
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. The Curse
  2. The Hex
  3. Grinding Of The Brakes
  4. Solar Flares Burn For You
  5. Lucifer Morning Star
  6. Invisble College
  7. My Etheric Body
  8. Beachy Head
Review: The album format suits some artists more than others. On this evidence, it's a snug fit for producer Ben Williams' Gatto Fritto project. Like his previous exemplary 12" singles for Dissident, Electric Minds and International Feel, this self-titled debut album quietly tiptoes between claustrophobic paranoia and dream-like bliss - on some occasions even within the same track (the calming and uneasy "Solar Flares Burn You"). These central themes underpin a beautiful and occasionally unsettling mix of tracks that draws on everything from Radiophonic Workshop synth-experimentation, classic Balearica and evocative ambience to smacked-out pop (see "The Curse" and "Lucifer Morning Star"), evocative ambience and groggy new wave disco.
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out of stock $13.35
4
Cat: FFCD 01. Rel: 18 Apr 11
Techno
  1. Immolare (first)
  2. Immolare (main)
  3. Immolare (final)
  4. Grey Cut Out
  5. Hunting Lodge
  6. Falling The Same Way
  7. Svar
  8. Double Day
  9. Speed + Sound
  10. Track 10
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Cat: NONPLUSCD 003. Rel: 11 Apr 11
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Sun Rec
  2. User
  3. 8
  4. Waterfalls
  5. Aggro Acid
  6. Arc
  7. Love Arp
  8. Thomp
  9. Talkin' Mono
  10. Rift Zone
  11. Plok
  12. Delta Zone (Advance)
  13. Memory Implant
Review: Alex Green and Damon Kirkham's debut album has been a long time coming. It follows an action-packed decade that's seen them morph from drum & bass punishers to dubstep fusionists and, more recently, bass music experimentalists. With such experience behind them, it's perhaps no surprise that Resolution 653 is an eclectic set. What's more surprising is the expansiveness of their approach. Within the album's 13 tracks lies glass-clear electronic futurism, brain-warping acid tracks, murky dusbtep, slo-mo 4/4 sweetness, hard edged electro bounce, off-kilter IDM and, naturally, 140 BPM bass bangers. As a summary of where British bass music's at in 2011, it's unsurpassed.
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out of stock $3.82
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Cat: CAT 214CD. Rel: 25 Apr 11
Electro
  1. Apparition
  2. Clairvoyant
  3. Cryptic Dimension
  4. Diapsiquia
  5. Enigmata
  6. Materialization
  7. Multiple Eixistence
  8. Premonition
  9. Telemetric
  10. Remote Viewer
  11. Segunda Realidad
  12. Telekinesis
Review: The intellectual concept behind this first full-length from Zwischenfelt, a loose collective of electronic musicians and vocalists headed by the shadowy Heinrich Mueller, is far too complex to explain here. Yet when you consider that Mueller is a disguise for former Drexciya man Gerald Donald, it begins to make perfect sense. Certainly, all the Drexciya trademarks the dark, sparse atmospherics, the icy, hard-as-titanium electro beats and the dystopian imagery are present and correct, alongside an unsettling array of half-spoken, half-sung vocals. The resultant audio soup is every bit as paranoid and intense as Donald's previous work, if not more so. For those with a taste for the macabre, it's thrilling stuff.

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Cat: MULECD 015. Rel: 18 Apr 11
Deep House
  1. Once Again (Free Groove mix)
  2. Come With Us
  3. Set Me Free (dub)
  4. Flying Music (Rhythm & Trumpet mix)
  5. Bamboo City
  6. Storm (instrumental)
  7. Night Forest (Kuniyuki Oriental dub version)
  8. Deliverance (Deeply Way mix)
  9. Once Again (Kuniyuki instrument version)
Review: Here, Japanese deep house maestro Kuniyuki Takahashi reworks his most recent album, Walking In The Naked City, offering up a non-stop live mix of alternate versions and unreleased tracks. It's an intoxicating concoction, all told - a breathless global house fusion that combines Kenny Dixon Jnr style live playing and jazzual deepness with all manner of breezy world music influences. Yet the most noteworthy feature of Dancing In The Naked City is Takahashi's drum programming. Somehow simultaneously loose, tough, intense and rigid, it gives the album real energy and, strangely, extra depth. Considering the myriad of percussive influences on show (jazz time signatures, Berlin minimalism, Chilean maximal, future tribal, Afro-house etc), that's some achievement.
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Cat: AXCD 042. Rel: 11 Apr 11
Techno
  1. The Power (Theme)
  2. Microbe
  3. The Intruder Emerges
  4. A Race To Save Thoughts
  5. The Exchange
  6. Hallucination
  7. Making Contact
  8. Watched By What
  9. Memory Reset
  10. Spiral Therapy
  11. The Diagnosis
  12. Transformation Complete
  13. Amongst The Shadows
  14. Drifting Away
out of stock $26.13
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Cat: SHACD 004. Rel: 25 Apr 11
Drum And Bass
  1. Step Forward (feat Robert Ownes)
  2. Dreadnaught (feat SP MC)
  3. Breathing Again (feat Proxima)
  4. Nausea
  5. Bittertaste (feat DRS)
  6. 1, 2 Go
  7. Top Of The Page
  8. Redemption
  9. Arrows (feat Robert Ownes)
  10. I Feel U
  11. Europa
Review: For those with a passion for the musically advanced side of drum & bass, Icicle is something of a hero. Over the last few years, the Holland-born beatsmith has provided many memorable moments, promoting a next-level take on jungle that sidesteps cliches and stereotypes at every opportunity. Under The Ice, his second set for Shogun Audio, continues this voyage, offering up more breakbeat science for the enlightened. While it features some straightforward club rollers see "Dreadnaught" and "Breathing Again" the album's most memorable moments take far more risks. For proof, listen to the mutant two-step and re-booted broken beat collaborations with Robert Owens, the slo-mo grooves of "Europa" or the house-centric hidden bonus track all are the work of a producer with skills, inspiration and invention to spare.

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Cat: INFRACD 001. Rel: 25 Apr 11
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. 70707
  2. 80723
  3. 80207
  4. 70810
  5. 90121
  6. 90113
  7. 81012
  8. 90729
  9. 90807
  10. 90731
  11. 100319
  12. 100402
  13. 100505
Review: Upon releasing his first, limited edition 12" in 2009, Spatial was compared to Burial. Two years on, it's a comparison that looks frequently less and less valid. Where his early work drew clear influence from the likes of Burial and Basic Channel, Spatial, his eponymous debut album, boasts far more subterranean funk. Sure, the crackling atmospherics, unfeasibly heavy low end and sparse production are all still present, but there's little in the way of creeping paranoia or breathlessly intensity. Instead, Spatial teases and titillates with dancefloor promise, as rhythms pulse, acid house synths stab and reverb-laden vocal snippets ricochet between the speakers. It's dubby and atmospheric, but it's also a lot of fun.

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Cat: HYPCD 002. Rel: 18 Apr 11
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Black Smoke (feat Cha Cha)
  2. Promises
  3. Am I
  4. Love Is The Drug (feat Cha Cha)
  5. Neon Red Sign (feat Cha Cha)
  6. The Cure (feat Cha Cha)
  7. Black Sun (Partial Eclipse version)
  8. Hole In The Sky
  9. Otherman
  10. Green Sun
  11. Bullet Against The Bone
  12. Kryon (feat Flying Lotus)
out of stock $14.16
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Cat: NONPLUSCD 002. Rel: 25 Apr 11
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Trophy Wife
  2. Quarter Life Crisis
  3. Squeeze Me
  4. Pinch Me
  5. Dare Me
  6. Face Me
  7. Defrade Me
  8. VHS
  9. White Noise
  10. Hello Hell
Review: Mildly mysterious London trio LOL are an odd proposition. Their sound, in particular, is hard to pin down, coming on like a trip-hop head's take on dubstep-pop after an hour or two in the studio with Instra:Mental. At times, this debut album is mournful and introspective (the guitar-laden "Dare Me", the swirling "VHS"), at others forceful and mildly threatening ("Hello Hell", "Pinch Me"). It's also occasionally scratchily upbeat ("Squeeze Me"), and sometimes sounds like a 21st century bass head's take on Moloko ("Faze Me", "Quarter Life Crisis"). At first, this fusion of styles and influences is slightly unsettling, but Me Me will quickly grow on you. It's certainly a promising debut.

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Cat: CRECD 003. Rel: 18 Apr 11
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Worse For Wear
  2. Prelude To Chaos
  3. Hallow Discourse
  4. Latter-Day Methods
  5. On The Fringe
  6. Three-Piece Suit
  7. Peculiar Protagonist
  8. The End Of The Road
  9. Anglo-Saxon Pragmatism
  10. Knock Out Logic
Review: Heavyweight hipster disco types In Flagranti return with their second album proper, and there are distinct signs of musical development. While elements of Worse For Wear still adhere to the duo's old "drunken night out in the company of a crack squad of disheveled party animals" ethos - not least the thundering punk-disco throb of "Hollow Discourse" and the grubby title track - there's more depth and subtlety on display than in most of their back catalogue combined. This is most notable on the woozy "Latter Day Methods", crystalline slo-mo discotronica of "Anglo-Saxon Pragmatism" and 'Prelude To Chaos", a sun-bright triple-time pulse that comes on like the soundtrack to Professor Brian Cox's illicit late night thoughts.
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14
Cat: GONDCD 005. Rel: 18 Apr 11
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Music For A Dancing Mind
  2. Song For Charlie
  3. The End Of Dukkha
  4. Samatha
  5. The Journey Home
  6. The Move
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15
Cat: CLRCD 10. Rel: 11 Apr 11
Techno
  1. Sevals
  2. Talus
  3. G
  4. Ratu
  5. Track 5
  6. CH4
  7. Snout
  8. Verge
  9. Armed 3
Review: Berlin-based producer Tommy Four Seven has come a long, long way in the space of a few years. This writer first encountered his music on Brique Rouge when he was making acid-tinged house, but there is little trace of this approach on his debut album. Indeed, Primate sounds like Tommy has been weaned on a strict diet of Downwards, Einsturzende Neubauten and Autechre, with the result that while the overall mood is dark and unforgiving, the album is captivating. Like the ghoulish tendency of looking through closed hands during the climax of a horror film, Primate is an irresistibly gristly listen, one that draws the listener back repeatedly.
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16
Cat: SFV 010CD. Rel: 25 Apr 11
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Subterranean
  2. Slow Burn (Filter dub)
  3. Lunar Cycle
  4. Ritual (Phased rework)
  5. Deliberate
  6. Swell (Modular take)
  7. Junkyard
  8. Creation
out of stock $14.16
17
Cat: LANT 007. Rel: 11 Apr 11
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Frosty Morning
  2. Dancing Robots
  3. Diving
  4. When Stars Fall
  5. Walk
  6. Same Days
  7. Dancing Shadows
  8. Flight
  9. September Forest
  10. Quiet Street
  11. Ritual
  12. City Night
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Cat: WARPCD 211. Rel: 11 Apr 11
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Cavity Job (Cavity Job)
  2. Accelera 1 & 2
  3. Basscadet (Basscad EP - BCDTMX)
  4. Basscadet (Basscadoublemx)
  5. Basscadet (Tazmx)
  6. Basscadet (Basscadubmx)
  7. Lost (Anti EP)
  8. Djarum
  9. Flutter
  10. Garbagemx (Garbage)
  11. PIOBmx
  12. Bronchusevenmx
  13. VLetrmx
  14. Second Bad Vilbel (Anvil Vapre)
  15. Second Scepe
  16. Second Scout
  17. Second Peng
  18. Milk DX (Peel Sessions 1)
  19. Inhake 2
  20. Drane
  21. Goz Quarter (Envane)
  22. Latent Quarter
  23. Laughing Quarter
  24. Draun Quarter
  25. Yeesland (Cichlisuite)
  26. Pencha
  27. Characi
  28. Krib
  29. Tilapia
  30. Rpeg (EP 7)
  31. Ccec
  32. Squeller
  33. Left Blank
  34. Outpt
  35. Dropp
  36. Liccflii
  37. Maphive6.1 (EP 7)
  38. Zeiss Contarex
  39. Netlon Sentinel
  40. Pir
  41. Gelk (Peel Sessions 2)
  42. Blifil
  43. Gaekwad
  44. 19 Headaches
  45. Gantz Graf (Gantz Graf)
  46. Dial
  47. Cap IV
Review: While their powers may have waned in recent years, there was a time when each new Autechre release was nigh on essential. This sumptuous box set from Warp revisits that time, collecting together all 47 tracks from their singles between 1991 and 2002. Naturally, it runs chronologically, beginning with their hard, rave-era floor fillers (see "Cavity Job") and early IDM experiments (various versions of the brilliant "Basscadet"), before moving on to the clattering rhythms of the Anvil Vapre and Envane EPs, the smacked-out bliss of Cichlisuite and the dystopian worlds of EP 7. Along the way there are two Peel Sessions, a raft of forgotten favourites and a skip load of cold and weary gems.
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out of stock $38.12
19
Cat: 886978 65092. Rel: 04 Apr 11
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Heart Attack
  2. Go To Hell
  3. Radio
  4. Over You
  5. Stone Rollin'
  6. Day Dreams
  7. Movin' Down The Line
  8. Just Don't
  9. Good Man
  10. The Answer
out of stock $14.16
20
Cat: ARMA 292. Rel: 04 Apr 11
Uplifting Trance
  1. Save This Moment
  2. Talk To Me
  3. Perfection
  4. Smokescreen
  5. Bring Back The Sun
  6. Stargazer
  7. Stresstest
  8. Ride The Wave
  9. Impossible To Live Without You
  10. Mess Of A Machine
  11. Psychic Sensor
  12. Centurion
  13. Raw Deal
  14. Rhea
out of stock $15.24
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