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Singles
Cat: SL 101. Rel: 25 Apr 17
  1. Jardim Zoologico (3:42)
  2. Tao (5:34)
Review: New kids on the reissue block, New Zealand's Strangelove Music are off to a flying start with this beautiful 1983 art pop record from subversive chanteuse Lena D'Agua. "Jardim Zoologico" fuses electro boogie with Afrofunk with healthy measures of cosmic polish while "Tao" is a straight up Balearic gem that sparkles with sentiment and horizontal soul. Only ever released on Portuguese label Valentim De Carvalho, this reissue is over 30 years overdue.
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The Sacred Project (160 gram white vinyl 12")
Cat: MW 011. Rel: 17 Jun 08
  1. Sacred Heart
  2. Sacred Blood
  3. Sacred Passion
  4. Sacred Dance
Review: This EP is a new and very welcome side of the Minimal Wave label that I didn't expect to find! In the same way that classic Chris and Cosey manage to do, Graham Philip D'Ancey's Sacred Heart has four solid cuts that simultaneously appeal to the Italo, Chicago house, minimal synth/cold wave AND deep house heads! It has the creepy tempo of some of the more mid-tempo cuts from Fingers Inc. (mainly instrumental though) mixed with the flourishes of Italo (see "Sacred Heart" and "Sacred Blood"). "Sacred Passion" has a little bit of the more obvious electro-pop stylings, but it's "Sacred Dance" (along with the aforementioned "Sacred Heart") that really takes the cake here. The track has the total thuddy crawl/synth stab of Theo Parrish's "Dirt Rhodes" or his synthy-er, recently re-released Parallel Dimensions album, but with a darker edge and unexpectedly great boogie down flutes in the mix! As always, this EP is housed in beautiful, very well thought out packaging plus a bit of a cherry on top: 160 gram white vinyl (a first for Minimal Wave.) This is an EP of rare beauty that will sound as great alongside Throbbing Gristle's "United" as it does, Fingers Inc.'s "Feeling Sleazy" or even a slow Lindstrom track! Recommended! (Other Music review)
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out of stock $22.35
Cat: SEJA 008. Rel: 03 Oct 14
  1. Triffid Farm
  2. We Can Rebuild Him
Review: Oh yes, we've been waiting on this reissue for quite some time! Originally out in 2009, Das Ding's "Triffid Farm" is one of those electro jams that simply stand out, and one which his fellow Dutch DJ's have been chucking on the decks a-go-go! The Rotterdam-based producer is elusive to say the least, but what you really need to know about him is how seductive his own personal brand of wave influenced electro is. "Triffid Farm" is a pulsating, ringing drum-machine track with a seriously funky dose of synth madness at its core - one for the heads AND the floor! On the flip, "We Can Rebuild Him" is nuttier, more Drexciyan in nature and just that little bit darker. Recommended.
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Cat: TAT 019. Rel: 17 Nov 16
  1. Dream Decay (5:06)
  2. 16 (new mix) (5:01)
Review: Since Minimal Wave released a fine compendium of his early 1980s work as Das Ding back in 2009, Danny Bosten has become something of a cult artist. His latest missive on the re-born Tear Apart Tapes label is a tasty 7" featuring two new, all-analogue jams in his distinctive style. The title track is a boisterous and cheerily melodious affair, sitting somewhere between leftfield instrumental synth-pop and glistening Italo-disco. Flipside "16 (new mix)" is slower and more contemplative. It features bold electro bass, hip-hop tempo drum machine percussion, drowsy chords and woozy synthesizer melodies. It's the kind of analogue electronica that boasts a timeless quality, despite its contemporary construction.
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out of stock $9.05
Nerd (7" + sticker)
Cat: TAT 016. Rel: 02 Jun 16
  1. Nerd (4:58)
  2. Intermission (4:46)
Review: Danny Bosten's Das Ding project is no newcomer to the scene. In fact, the Dutch pseudo electro artist has been active since the mid-1980s via his quirky Tear Apart Tapes label, dealing specifically in cassettes until this new 7". "Nerd" is one of those tunes that crosses many genres and paths, taking the spirit of Kraftwerk and placing it onto a new plateau that is both relevant and inclusive of contemporary styles and ideas...that bassline could be left on for hours on end! "Intermission" is similarly leftfield, except that here Bosten scraps the buzzy bassline in favour of more tranquil sounds and samples that edge on the Japanese end of the spectrum. Recommended
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out of stock $9.32
Sequencer (hand-stamped 10")
Cat: MIDXDHF. Rel: 09 Mar 16
  1. Sequence 1 (5:29)
  2. Sequence 2 (4:00)
  3. Sequence 3 (3:47)
  4. Sequence 4 (5:54)
Review: Back in 2014, Dutch Minimal Wave legend Danny 'Das Ding' Bosten released Sequencer, a cassette of recordings made using his own homebrew modular drum machine and a Casio SK1 loaded with a Mellotron sample. Issued by local Rotterdam label DeHef Tapes, it proved something of a cult addition to the small but deadly Das Ding discography. In a show of good faith, DeHef have licensed the four tracks to fellow Rotterdam crew Midlight for this limited, hand-stamped 10" edition which will delight the Das Ding fanatics who prefer their Bostenite on wax. Sequencer is not really comparable to the early Das Ding popularised by Minimal Wave, it's Bosten looking forward and sequential experimentation at its most rewarding. Fans of the more stripped down SUED stuff can probably vibe to this too!
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out of stock $9.85
Marie Davidson (limited pink vinyl 12" + MP3 download code with obi-strip)
Cat: HD 017. Rel: 08 Jun 18
  1. Ma Vie Sans Toi (4:12)
  2. La Vallee D'Or (3:27)
  3. L'unique (3:18)
  4. Esthetique Privee (3:42)
  5. Le Lieu Ou Vous Voulez Vous Rendre (4:40)
  6. A L'interieur (7:01)
Review: Though now famed as a top-drawer live performer with a string of acclaimed albums to her name, there was a time when Marie Davidson's music was less widely appreciated. In fact, when this eponymous EP first appeared on cassette in 2013, she was pretty much unknown. As you'd expect, it's perhaps a little more lo-fi than some of her more recent work, but that's what makes the EP so appealing. Check, for example, the sleazy vocals, distant drum hits and cascading melodies of creepy opener "Ma Vie Sans Moi", the unsettling lead lines, ricocheting cymbal hits and powerful drone bassline of "L'unique" and the dystopian, high-tempo minimal wave-goes-bleep techno trip that is "Le Lieu Ou Vous Voulez Vous Rendre"; all three remain amongst Davidson's most arresting cuts to date.
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Wat Voel Je Nou (limited yellow vinyl 7")
Cat: KH 003. Rel: 21 Jan 16
  1. Wat Voel Je Nou (3:22)
  2. Geen Genade (3:47)
Review: A must for fans of Minimal Wave and Mannequin Records retroverts on offer here from Pascal Pinkert (Dollkraut) according to Knekelhuis themselves: he's working on his darker wave salvation, going by the moniker of De Ambassade. In the greyness by concrete of the Amsterdam suburbs. The dusty coldwave vibes on the title track are more reminiscent of X Mal Deutschland than Das Ding with its dark guitars and bass but it's still alright by us. On the flip is "Geen Grenade" a bit more pop-ish and upbeat. Something that you could imagine hearing in some Goth discotheque circa '83.
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out of stock $11.18
Crepes EP (12" + insert)
Cat: DE 139. Rel: 06 Feb 17
  1. Seul Comme Sombre (3:44)
  2. Whole Body Irradiator (3:01)
  3. The Mud Man Is Coming (4:20)
  4. Francine (4:00)
  5. The Eyebrows Salesgirl (4:51)
  6. Demissionne En Tuant Ton Patron (4:03)
Review: Dark Entries has truly become a sensational imprint over the last few years, and they are showing no signs of stopping. In fact, they've just gotten better and better with each new release. We have a special one on our hands this time and, although the label have reissued a whole heap of glorious material, this is NEW music from the very best out there. Chicago industrial-tech-goth Beau Wanzer teams up with Unknown Precept's Maoupa Mazzocchetti, and the dup get on like a house on fire under their new De-Bons-En-Pierre moniker. Crepes is a gnarly little EP, blurring the lines between techno, EBM and industrial, but doing so in a way that makes the three genres sound like they should never ever be apart from one another. "Whole Body Irradiator", for instance, has all the beat elements of techno and yet the sounds are drenched in a punky, fuck-you kinda style that would make the Berghain faithful run for their lives, while we could easily imagine the torn, glitchy beats of "Francine" residing on some long-lost post-punk 7 inch from the likes of Pete Shelley. This is some mad gear - don't miss it.
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Gespielt von: Alexis Le-Tan, Ali Renault
 in stock $14.11
Cat: MNQ 041. Rel: 07 Nov 13
  1. Close Your Eyes
  2. Flower Into The Factory
  3. Close Your Eyes (demo version)
  4. Vuh-Ya
  5. Tuxedo Dance
Review: As good as the Alessio Natalizia-curated Mutazione compilation issued by Strut was, alot of people praising it seem unaware that the Rome-based Mannequin label have been tirelessly documenting music from Italy's vast archives of untapped synth music since the label was founded some five years ago. This 12" makes for a perfect example and is one of three releases from Mannequin that highlights the new wave scene that prospered in 1980s Turin. Close Your Eyes is an extended 12" edition of the solo single recorded and released by Politburo band member Tommy De Chirico back in 1984. Originally issued as a two track 7" on the Shirak imprint, this edition features a rare demo version of the title track as well as two previously unheard tracks from the De Chirico archives.
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out of stock $11.98
Earth Wart EP (limited 12")
Cat: MNQ 109. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Earth Wart (5:27)
  2. I Hear The Swine (4:10)
  3. Racist Cops On A Jog (5:26)
  4. RED (3:07)
Review: Sam De La Rosa has already appeared on Berlin's Mannequin, under the Samuel KK moniker, but it's time to hear what he has to offer under this comparatively more sullen alias. "Earth Wart" is exactly that, a candid slice of neo-romaticism for the melancholics out there, while "I Hear The Swine" takes a more direct approach thanks to tough drum machine beats and almost Gregorian voices from De La Rosa himself. "Racist Cops On A Jog" does a good job of opening the B-side with a bit of house charm, all mightily crestfallen - of course - which leaves the pale colours of "RED" to drop the listener into a freeform glow of ambient delight. Another dose of Mannequin...
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Gespielt von: Ali Renault
out of stock $12.77
Cat: KH 019. Rel: 15 Jan 19
  1. Gewoon (3:04)
  2. Voorbenachte Rade (4:05)
  3. Beland In Bed (4:37)
  4. Nachtdichter (2:45)
Review: There's something strangely alluring about this curious - but undoubtedly inspired - debut EP from Belgian producer Victor De Roo. While brand new, it draws influence from a variety of vintage styles - Berlin school ambient, new wave, The Duratti Column and leftfield European synth-pop, in particular - and sounds like it could have been recorded straight to cassette in about 1984. De Roo's quirky, atmospheric musical sketches - the slo-mo early morning dream pop of "Voorbenachte Rade", spacey synth-scape "Beland In Bed", post-punk Factory Records drone of "Nachtdichter" and beautiful opener "Gewoon" - all come accompanied by stylish spoken word vocals by fellow Low Countries resident Alex Deforce, whose Flemish drawl adds an extra layer of cultured artiness.
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Cat: DRONE 009. Rel: 23 Aug 16
  1. Consequences Of Love (6:34)
  2. Consequences Of Love (Chris & Cosey remix) (5:47)
Review: Ahead of an impending, headline performance at this year's edition of Berlin Atonal, Richard Fearless opens up his Death In Vegas project to the Industrial icons that are Chris & Cosey. It's "Consequence Of Love," an early highlight of the most recent DIV LP, Transmission, that is the focus of attentions here, and arguably a track that looks to Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti's Throbbing Gristle for inspiration. The original version is presented here on 12" format for those Death In Vegas loving selectors out there who want a loud pressing of the track and the accompanying Chris & Cosey remix does take it to a different place. That breathy vocal is given more prominence and fairly dominates the remix.
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Cat: MNQ 046. Rel: 15 Jan 14
  1. No Future
  2. Dropped Into Obscurity
  3. After Dark (Legowelt remix)
Review: No Future represents the full Mannequin debut of Deathday, a band formed by the brotherly duo of Alex and Giovanni Guillen back in 2008, and a long serving cog in the Los Angeles DIY scene . Having contributed the track "After Dark" to The End Of Civilisation, a compilation curated by Mushy that Mannequin released early last year, Deathday return to the label with a more comprehensive showing of their distinct sound. Along with the unreleased title track, the 12? also includes "Dropped Into Obscurity," the electrically charged opening contribution to last year's excellent Downwards compilation So Click Heels, and excitingly, a remix of "After Dark" from Lowlands analogue mystic Legowelt.
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out of stock $12.77
Cat: MNQ 055. Rel: 04 Feb 19
  1. On & On (Fears Keep On) (7:55)
  2. On & On (Fears Keep On) (dub version) (8:03)
Review: Mannequin Records first reissued Decadence's essential Italo-disco anthem "On & On (Fears Keep On)" back in 2014. Since every pressing Alessandro Adriano's label has done of the 1983 gem has sold out, they've decided to do another run. If you've yet to acquire a copy, you should certainly cop one of these. The A-side vocal version is particularly potent; a stylish, new wave influenced chunk of bubbling Italo-disco that's far less cheery and celebratory than your average Italo cut. In fact, it's rather gothic in tone, something not often associated with Italian electronic music of the period. On the flip you'll find an inspired Dub that includes plenty of tape-edits, drum delays and sparsely mixed vocal snippets. We prefer this mix, though both versions are superb.
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Gespielt von: Ali Renault
out of stock $14.11
Cat: ARFON 01. Rel: 19 Aug 14
  1. On & On (Fears Keep On)
  2. On & On (Fears Keep On) (dub version)
Review: Ah yes! Hot italo disco reissue action on the newly baptised Archivio Fonografico Moderno imprint! Rago & Farina made a few belters in their day, but this probably remains their finest and most daring moment. The original is everything you would think an italo track to be. Slightly cheesy (but in a good way), kinda odd in places, full of gritty analogue warmth and utterly delightful as a whole. There's also a gnarly dub version too, for good measure, As you'd expect, that mean heavier percussion sounds, more wholesome basslines and no vocals. Class.
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out of stock $17.30
On & On (Fears Keep On) (limited grey vinyl 12")
Cat: AFM 001 GREY. Rel: 13 May 14
  1. On & On (Fears Keep On)
  2. On & On (Fears Keep On) (dub version)
Review: Decadance was an Italian outfit of the mid-eighties making, well, italo-disco...The original of this On & On EP goes for rather large sums of money on the web, so if you're into the synth-heavy, boogie-fed sounds of that era then it's your lucky day, this one is a true underground classic! "On & On (Fears Keep On)" contains an utterly gnarly electro bassline, slicing shots of percussion and of course, a winding, lamenting vocal to boot. The dub version on the flip is the real gem, though. The piano keys are sparser and more evocative, the bassline deeper and warmer on the ears. Indulge!
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out of stock $17.03
Cat: SC&P 002. Rel: 08 May 17
  1. Disorder (5:07)
  2. Viideo Dreams (4:00)
  3. Unknown (4:53)
  4. Unknown (Bezier remix) (7:32)
  5. Disorder (The Field remix) (7:02)
Review: Junto Club kicked off Snap Crackle & Pop late last year, and now the label returns with the debut solo release from London-based outfit DEEDS. While Rollo and Kiri Inglis may have previously popped up on an obscure compilation on Anti-Ghost Moon Ray, this record should see their coldwave sound shoring up with many more adventurous listeners. "Video Dreams" is a beautifully melancholic slice of electronica while "Unknown" reaches for euphoric heights. Remixes from Bezier and The Field round the record out as a wonderful exercise in emotive home listening electronics for sensitive souls.
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Gespielt von: Honey Soundsystem
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Cat: DE 119. Rel: 14 Apr 16
  1. Eagles In The Night (8:21)
  2. Eagles In The Night (instrumental) (6:23)
Review: Dario Dell'aere cut his teeth in obscure Italian synth-pop outfits Ice Eyes and Fockewulf 90, before attempting to launch a solo career in 1985. While that didn't go all that swimmingly, his lone solo single, Eagles In The Night, has long been considered a hard-to-find Italo-disco classic. Here, it gets the re-issue treatment from Dark Entries, who as usual replicate the original track listing and artwork. Slower and more atmospheric than many Italo-disco tracks of the time, Eagles In The Night draws influence from eyeliner-clad new wave pop of the period, with Dell'aere's unusual English vocals stretching out over chiming melodies, bubbling synth lines and dreamy chords. The potency of the original production is confirmed by the superior Instrumental version lurking on the flip.
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Phaser Train EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FN 003. Rel: 14 Sep 15
  1. Phaser Train (5:58)
  2. We're Watching (5:12)
  3. Delusional Affection (5:16)
  4. They Came From Nowhere (6:03)
Review: "Delusion Men were here before time started to flow and it seems they will stretch out their existence way beyond doomsday; which probably explains their archaic impulses reverberating in a foggy, lost future. What they deliver are pieces of straightforward punk plunged into disco depths, kraut derailment and swirling drum machine melancholia. If you are looking for retro-future dystopias with no space for healthy minded horizons, this is the thing for you. Delusion Men walked together since the inception of Future Nuggets, although for them the time will never come, we snatched their debut EP. It feels as if through them " the Old Ones" are channeling the last messages of hopelessness for dance floors and dining rooms."
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out of stock $8.51
Cat: ACOLOUR 001. Rel: 03 May 16
  1. California Dreaming
  2. The Weatherman
Review: A Colourful Storm inaugurates its vinyl label with a reissue of a long lost Oz classic. Formed by Brian Hall in 1982, Denial originally appeared on the legendary M Squared label, home to industrial and wave outfits Systematics, SPK, Scattered Order and The Makers Of The Dead Travel Fast. Until now, Hall's own work has only surfaced once - in 2012, under his Aural Indifference moniker on the Minimal Wave Tapes Volume Two compilation. Here, Denial's version of the Mamas and Papas' classic, and melancholy The Weatherman are presented in their original format and deservedly remastered. A Colourful Storm is a label co-run by Moopie, who contributed the second mix CD for Silent Servant's Jealous God imprint.
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out of stock $8.51
Cat: 888837 58341. Rel: 10 Oct 13
  1. Should Be Higher (Truss remix)
  2. Should Be Higher (MPIA3 Definition)
  3. Should Be Higher (Koen Groenveveld Massive remixx)
  4. Should Be Higher (Pangaea dub remix)
  5. Should Be Higher (Uberzone remix)
  6. Should Be Higher (DJMREX remix)
Review: Sony continue their efforts to ensure Depeche Mode's 13th studio album Delta Machine receives a record number of remixes with this hefty slab of wax for new single You Should Be Higher. Along with the expected commercially-minded efforts this 12" is perhaps most notable for the pair from UK techno monster Tom Russell, who surprisingly brings his MPIA3 alias out of retirement (hey it's not everyday Depeche Mode come calling) in quite devastating fashion as well as contributing a rework under the more widely established Truss moniker. Also of note is the face down effort from Hessle Audio's Pangaea whose dub mix flirts between broken techno and recycled jungle.
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out of stock $14.11
Cat: SC&P 005. Rel: 21 May 18
  1. Lose My Rhythm
  2. Suffocation
  3. The Blacksmith
  4. Lose My Rhythm (Scott Fraser remix)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Having first stepped out on Scissor & Thread and Holding Hands, Desert Sound Colony now bring their full-fat, guitartronic sound to Snap, Crackle & Pop. "Lose My Rhythm" is a monster of a track with an acid backbone that would sit right on a Factory Floor release, garnished with garage guitar twang and new wave vocals. "Suffocation" is a more playful jam that doesn't slouch on the production either - DSC straddle song structures and dance dynamics with ease. "The Blacksmith" brings a more bludgeoning, broken rhythmic slant to the group and the impact is just as visceral. Then Scott Fraser steps up to remix "Lose My Rhythm" and turns it into a lithe club track for the late hours when reality has fully slipped away from the floor.




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out of stock $10.10
ARM 1 EP (12")
Cat: RHD 014WAVEI. Rel: 28 May 14
  1. Pentatonic Skull
  2. Cerebellum
  3. Time For Re-Arranges
  4. Weird F
Review: Rush Hour's No 'Label' arm has been home to a few curveballs in its time, but nothing quite like this. A.R.M. 1 is the first of two EPs from synth wave artist Design A Wave, the alias of solo artist Tom Hirst who was responsible for the Live On Your Yard LP on Luke Younger's Alter label back in 2012. The record's combination of angular coldwave guitar and more playful synth textures make for an intriguing mix , with the idiosyncratic pop of "Cerebellum" and warm Balearic sound of "Time For Re-Arranges" both making for some of the most unique music to come out of the Amsterdam record store in some time. Somewhat baffling is the inclusion of "Weird F", which will be recognisable to those who purchased the recent No 'Label' outing from ##### as a beatless version of one of the sides of that essential plate. Whatever the reason, it's still an excellent entry into the series.
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Gespielt von: Doo
out of stock $7.44
Golden Dreams (hand-numbered heavyweight gold vinyl 12")
Cat: MW 040. Rel: 22 Oct 12
  1. Golden Dreams
  2. Lassitude
  3. Everybody's Night
  4. Fam Fam
Review: "Game & Performance" from Deux remains one of the favourite transmissions in the ever blossoming discography of Minimal Wave, while the duo of Gerard Pelletier and Cati Tete are clearly second only to fellow Lyon act In Aeternam Vale in Veronica Vasicka's affections when it comes to her personal favourite French exponents of 80s minimal synth. Having already released a Deux retrospective in 2010 entitled Decadence, the Brooklyn label now presents Golden Dreams, a four track EP of studio and demo tracks that Pelletier and Tete recorded from 1985 onwards. Typically all four tracks are previously unreleased and have been newly remastered for this 12" issue - on golden vinyl no less! Final track "Fam Fam" perhaps comes closest to recapturing the magic of "Game & Performances" stripped down minimal synth compositions and hushed vocal duets, but all four tracks will prove temptation personified to Minimal Wave regulars.
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out of stock $21.56
Cat: SUCTION 036. Rel: 17 Nov 15
  1. Work Terminal (4:18)
  2. Work Terminal (OH revision) (6:53)
  3. Work Terminal (Solvent version) (7:11)
  4. Work Terminal (Metro Tekno version) (6:31)
Review: Digital Poodle are one of those outfits from the 1980's who happened to stumble onto techno by accident, focusing on making deadly, driving songs rather than fitting into a genre or style. Alongside them there are the likes of Psychik Warriors Ov Goia and a few others, but this stuff is pretty damn hard to come by, and releases like this are few and far between. The impressive Suction label out of Canada has decided to reissue their "Work Terminal" tune - a screeching, venomous bit of screamo EBM - backed by a trio of remixes. OH transform "Work Terminal" into a more direct techno bullet with subtle swarms of the original's screams, while Solvent give it a more aggressive reshape a-la electro. It's the Metro Tekno version that gets our attention, though, and those heavy percussion patterns must surely be total winners on the sound system.
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Gespielt von: Ali Renault, Trenton Chase
 in stock $12.51
Colette Call (blue vinyl 10")
Cat: COLETTECALL 001. Rel: 11 Oct 13
  1. Discodeine - "Aydin Music"
  2. Whitey - "No More Right Or Wrong"
Review: Renowned across the world as a concept store for the well heeled Parisians, Colette have plenty of form when it comes to releasing compilations and their latest, Colette Call, sees them once again invite Kill The DJ's self proclaimed House Music activist Clement Vache to curate proceedings. Featuring the likes of Dean Blunt, DJ Koze and Gramme, Colette Call is as fashionably diverse as one has come to expect from the Parisian hub and it's granted a 10" sampler with contributions from Discodeine and Whitey. Cedric Pilooski and Benjamin Morando's Discodeine project feature with "Aydin" which is lifted off their forthcoming second album; it should be quite the soiree on the evidence here with the voice of Tame Impala's Kevin Parker well suited to the playfully epic sounding arrangement. Complementing this, Whitey offers up another example of his sorely under-rated talent with the plangent punk funk of "No More Right Or Wrong".
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out of stock $16.77
Cat: GIGOLO 309V. Rel: 23 Aug 17
  1. Anything, Anytime (extended version) (14:13)
  2. Anything, Anytime (Solomun remix) (7:34)
Review: Long serving International Deejay Gigolos boss DJ Hell is having rather a productive year. His latest release, which follows on from the unashamedly Kraftwerk-esque "Car, Car, Car", sees him explore a range of woozy, downtempo influences from the late '70s and early '80s. At 14 minutes long, the extended version of "Anything Anytime" is something of an epic. It never outstays its welcome, though, with Hell using it as an opportunity to tease out a woozy, lovable, heart-felt soundscape smothered in dirt-encrusted electronics, warm vintage synthesizer flourishes and a quirky vocoder vocal. And, of course, some rather odd modular pulses. Solomun provides a more dancefloor-centric remix on the flipside, smartly re-inventing the track as a chunk of bubbling dancefloor electro.
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out of stock $11.98
In Pursuit (12")
Cat: BRXPR 001. Rel: 14 Mar 18
  1. In Pursuit (4:40)
  2. Rendezvous (6:43)
  3. In Pursuit (Cop Envy remix) (5:15)
  4. In Pursuit (Leo James Greyscale mix) (5:19)
Review: Melbourne based retroverts Dormir present two great tracks, that merge classic synth pop sensibilities with electro influences on the sweltering "In Pursuit" while the sensual and darkly romantic "Rendezvous" allows the singer's performance to shine through - sounding quite like Robert Smith. On the flip, there's some top remixes by some of Sydney's hottest producers - Cop Envy (Templar Sound) delivers a seething electro bass perspective reminiscent of Dynamic II, while Leo James (who some of you may remember as part of Canyon's on DFA a while back) remains respectful to the original of "In Pursuit" but provides a bit more dancefloor dynamic on his Greyscale mix.
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out of stock $9.32
Oak Wood (7" + MP3 download code)
Cat: DAIS 104. Rel: 07 Nov 17
  1. Oak Wood (4:51)
  2. Egress (2:49)
Review: Los Angeles based Andrew Cinco first started out in the local trio Marriages, until forming the solo project Drab Majesty in 2015. He's fast become a regular on the local imprint Dais - label boss Gibby Miller has released two LPs (2015's Careless and this year's Demonstration) in addition to a bunch of EPs: this being the third thus far. Oak Wood is dedicated to Cash Askew, the frontwoman of Them Are Us Too, who sadly perished in the tragic Ghost Ship fire in Oakland earlier this year. The sombre synth-pop of the title title track creates a captivating contrast with its sugary synth arpeggios offset by gothic vocals. On the flip, "Egress" makes use of shoegaze guitars in a similar fashion to the artist it is dedicated to, across its splendid three minute duration. For those of you who have not seen it yet, we would highly recommend Jason Blalock's documentary 'In The Wake Of The Ghost Ship' which gives an informative history into the Ghost Ship venue, in addition to other similarly important DIY venues across the United States: which are now facing an uncertain future in the wake of the tragedy.
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out of stock $9.05
  1. Heinrich Dressel - "La Peste" (6:34)
  2. Antoni Maiovvi - "Spitalfields 1665" (5:17)
  3. Umberto - "The American Dream Plague" (5:02)
  4. Alessandro Parisi - "Calamitas Calamitatum" (4:57)
  5. Vercetti Technicolor - "Athens 430BC" (5:14)
Review: The first release from Minimal Rome in some time sees label boss Valerio Lombardozzi curate a mini album of dramatically charged power electronics themed around "the silence and the noises of the plague". Lombardozzi naturally features under his Heinrich Dressel alias, and is complemented by solo contributions from Giallo Disco founders Antoni Maiovvi and Vercetti Technicolour along with Alessandro Parisi and Umberto. Fans of cinematic synth heavy soundscapes are probably licking their lips right now, and the five tracks do not disappoint. Dressel's opening "La Peste" is almost yearning in its widescreen deployment of synths, whilst "Spitalfields 1665" from Maiovvi is a more forceful arrangement. Not Not Fun regular Umberto is a more stripped back, restrained mood with "The American Dream Plague" whilst Parisi's "Calamitas Calamitatum" is full on Giallo dancefloor horror and perhaps our favourite here!

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Oblivion (limited 12")
Cat: GOOILAND 05/ET022. Rel: 08 May 13
  1. No Justice No Peace
  2. I Am The Sword In The Darkness
  3. Bad Reputation
  4. Do You Wanna Do You Wanna
Review: The second Gooiland Elektro release of the week comes from DRVG CVLTVRE. The recently adopted alias of Dutch veteran Vincent Koreman, DRVG CVLTLRE has been releasing some heat across Viewlexx and Pinkman so a dalliance with Gooiland makes perfect sense. Although Koreman describes the DRVG CVLTVRE sound as Doom Disco, there are plenty of other elements at play on Oblivion, as demonstrated on lead track "No Justice No Peace" which is a glorious slice of acid filled industrial techno. Alongside this "I Am The Sword In The Darkness" is all simmering New Beat whilst "Bad Reputation" falls even further down the acid rabbit hole. Final cut "Do You Wanna Do You Wanna" might operate at a slower pace but it still sounds like the best Rotterdam squat party you'll ever go to.
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Le Temps Detruit Tout EP (clear vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: CDR 004. Rel: 23 Jul 15
  1. Kosmische Urkraft (5:57)
  2. Theres A Shadow Inside Of You (6:16)
  3. Juggling Knives (8:39)
Review: Apart from the host of his own local labels such as Viewlexx and Pinkman, Vincent Koreman aka Drvg Cvltvre has also branched out to other European labels such as the present Clasicos Del Ruido. The Spanish label has only put out a handful of EP's prior to this latest outing, one of which consisted of industrial synth-pop sounds by Medio Escinico, so Koreman's appearance is a welcomed surprise! The Dutchman comes through with the gargling, pseudo-electro rhythm that is "Komische Urkfraft", a chilling set of hypnotic keys backed by a broken drum machine pattern on "There's A Shadow Inside Of You", and the furious "Juggling Knives", a steady techno belter verging onto 303-laced madness. Strong and utterly nasty.
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Cat: MFM 026. Rel: 08 Nov 17
  1. Skin 'N' Bones (5:15)
  2. Dub Oven (4:24)
  3. Millions Of Sensations (4:09)
Review: You'd be forgiven for being unfamiliar with the work of short-lived San Francisco band Dub Oven. After all, they only released one 12" single way back in 1983, and that was a self-released, private-press affair. Happily, the dusty-fingered diggers behind Music From Memory are big fans and here offer up a re-mastered reissue. Amazingly, each of the three tracks explores different sonic territory. Contrast, for example, the Tom Tom Club-goes-synth-funk eccentricity of lead cut "Skin 'n' Bones" and "Dub Oven", a thrillingly spaced-out chunk of no-wave/electro fusion that sounds like it could have been beamed down from another universe. Then there's closer "Millions of Sensations", which sits somewhere between Japanese new wave ambience and the post-punk funk of Bristolian outfits The Pop Group and Maximum Joy.
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Rising (12")
Cat: MME 4004. Rel: 12 Nov 14
  1. Kozmonaut - "The Mann" (Dunkeltier Ajustement)
  2. Absolute Body Control - "Tanzmusik" (Sneakers Dunkle Phase Ajustement)
  3. EM - "Saturday Night" (Dunkeltier 7er re-dub)
  4. EM - "A Dey" (Sneakers Dunkeltier remix)
Review: Dresden don Dunkeltier (aka Sneaker aka Gino 'Der Hammer' Galan) is next up on the Macadam Mambo flex, dipping into his personal armoury of EBM, industrial and post punk favourites for a premium set of edits. If you dug his Rat Life edits this year or got blown away by a Traxx session then you will definitely levitate towards the sounds here as Dunkeltier tweaks Kozmonaut, Absolute Body Control and EM. Do check the mind altering Phase Adjustment of "Tanzmusik" from cult Belgian crew Absolute Body Control which is exactly the sort of fizzing power electronics that will provide a welcome deviation into absolute beat down territory for the more adventurous selectors.
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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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Cat: BAP 057. Rel: 27 Jan 16
  1. Peeking Through The Blinds (5:23)
  2. Hidden Waves (4:49)
  3. Burning Bed (4:53)
  4. Antidote (4:58)
  5. The Plot Thickens While Pangea Cracks (7:22)
  6. Flying Knives (3:59)
Review: While Jeroen Warmenhoven has delivered plenty of material of late under the DJ Overdose alias, it's been some four years since he last explored more Italo-flavoured pastures under the Model Man guise. This return for Bordello A Parigi is, then, well overdue. It's naturally rather good, with lead cut "Peeking Through The Blinds" - a raging, camp-as-Christmas Italo-disco banger straight out of the Rotterdam school - hitting hard from the off. The acid-flecked "Burning Bed" and skittering EBM cheeriness of "Antidote" could also be considered tried-and-tested dancefloor smashers, while the slower, rhythmically broken "Flying Knives" is one of the most cheerfully positive things you'll hear all year. Best of all, though, is the deep, picturesque and wonderfully slow title track.
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PC 003 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PC 003. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Siaubas - "Haunted White Paper"
  2. Kris Baha - "Tecna"
  3. Disrute - "Contraband"
  4. Dane//Close - "ForJorge"
Review: Proving it's still not safe to hit the streets of Melbourne after dark, Power Cuts are at it again with even more dodgy dealings from shady punks with drum machines and synthesisers. Siaubaus' "Haunted White Paper" is as schlocky a slice of wave-esque 80s beatdown as you could ever wish for, while label boss Kris Baha offers up a particularly crusty vision of acid house. On the B side, Disrute edges towards an industrial, new beat tinted workout that's all about the rasping drum hits above all else. Dane//Close finish the EP off with "ForJorge", an angular, mechanical piece with hidden depths folded into the production.
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The Lost Realms EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: GTW 004. Rel: 31 May 17
  1. Violet Poison - "Gods In The Trash" (5:57)
  2. Bakunin Commando - "Trump's Disintegrated Butthole Due To Gasoline Enema" (5:43)
  3. DJ Nephil - "Untitled" (5:18)
  4. DJ Nephil - "Frid 17" (4:57)
Review: For the fourth transmission on his Gravitational Waves label, DJ Nephil has invited old pal and dark electronica stalwart Francesco Baudazzi to lend a hand. The Italian producer handles side A, first serving up the alien EBM shuffler "Gods in the Trash" under his Violet Poison aliases, before donning the Bakunin Commando guise on the fantastically weird, out-there industrial workout "Trump's Disintegrated Butthole Due to Gasoline Enema". Nephil takes charge on the flip, restoring a little sanity voa the hypnotic, EBM-influenced techno throb-job "Untitled". As if to hammer home the point, his fine closer, "Frid 17", is a shuffling, 4/4 electro-acid full of ghostly chord progressions and mind-melting noises.
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Die Reisen (12")
Cat: TRAJECTORY 1017. Rel: 27 Jan 14
  1. Visonia & Dopplereffekt - "Die Reisen"
  2. Visonia - "Antarctic Love"
  3. Visonia - "Impossible Romance"
Review: Chilean artist Visiona is about to drop his debut album "Impossible Romance". There's no better place to get an idea of how it's going to sound than this impressive three track EP. The Dopplereffekt-featured "Die Reisen" is the showcase piece; heavily anchored with muscular Black Strobe bass, it's raw weight and power can't be avoided. For softer, more melodic sensations, delve deeper for "Antarctic Love" (seemingly simultaneously cinematic, whimsical and icy) and the forthcoming album title track "Impossible Romance" (think classic Depeche Mode). Stunning.
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Lost Library (1-sided etched transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: FIRE 480. Rel: 19 Sep 17
  1. Jane Weaver - "I Feel It Starts Again" (feat Virginia Wing) (3:49)
  2. Noveller - "The Thing" (4:04)
  3. Death & Vanilla - "Moonshine" (2:59)
Review: British label Fire return with more retro antics. Virginias Wings perform a cover version of Suzanne Menzel's lost pop classic "It Starts Again" with Jane Weaver on vocals. Noveller Aka Brooklyn based Sarah Lipstate performs a rendition of John Carpenter's "The Thing" and Malmo based dream pop trio Death and Vanilla re-imagine Bert Janschs "Moonshine" on this first edition of the new Lost Library series: conceived by the label boss James Nicholls and designer Luke Drozd. Featuring new tracks from their acclaimed female fronted roster.
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Alben
You Know What It's Like (LP + MP3/FLAC download code)
Cat: BLACKESTLP 015. Rel: 28 Oct 16
  1. Italian Cinema (2:08)
  2. Fast Moving Cars (3:12)
  3. DB Rip (3:48)
  4. What You Gonna Do Now? (3:52)
  5. Dry In The Rain (3:26)
  6. You Know What It's Like (4:04)
  7. Dragon Breath (3:24)
  8. The Same Reply (5:06)
Review: Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Carla Dal Forno was once a member of a number of legendary Australian outfits. These days, the Melbournian resides in Berlin, which is presumably where she met Blackest Ever Black boss Kiran Sande. He loved her clandestine, atmospheric take on pop - think minimal wave, cold-wave and early Joy Division mixed with contemporary ambience, and leftfield synth-pop - and has decided to put out this debut album. Comprised of four songs and four instrumentals, You Know What It's Like has a timeless feel; the folksy, Scott Walker-influenced "Dry In The Rain", for example, sounds like it could have been recorded at any point over the last 40 years, while "Dragon Breath" has a genuine Radiophonic Workshop feel.
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When Haro Met Sally (limited blue vinyl LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: BWDALI 01LP. Rel: 31 Jul 18
  1. Intro (0:54)
  2. Chrome (2:21)
  3. Too Tuff To Bluff (2:42)
  4. Curb Dogs (part 1 & 2) (2:55)
  5. Kuwahara Dreams (1:00)
  6. Goodtimes In Badlands (3:35)
  7. Gettin' Crit (2:23)
  8. When Haro Met Sally (2:05)
  9. Mushroom Grip (3:18)
  10. Sunset On Overland Drive (2:55)
  11. In Dominguez We Trust (2:41)
  12. Skyway Skit (1:48)
  13. Me & My Mongoose (1:09)
  14. Throwdown At The Del Mar (4:13)
  15. Heartbreak At Runway Park (1:09)
  16. Mirage Skit (1:26)
  17. Upland '84 (Endless Summer) (2:21)
Review: D.A.L.I. is the new alias of UK legend Deadly Avenger aka Luke Insect aka the baddest British krautrock producer around. To mark the launch of his new moniker he's put out this new album by the name of When Haro Met Sally, a piece of work that evolves his trademark sounds into a blissful range of coldwaves and synthed-out drum-machine grooves. The album progresses in a dream-like state, going from the very loose and ethereal, such as on tunes like "Kuwahara Dreams", to something reminiscent of a 1980s film score - "Goodtimes In Badlands" standing out as a total winner among this extensive collection of summer burners. More than anything else, this LP is a perfect snapshot of a retro nostalgia that has won over dancers worldwide. Recommended!
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New American Monsters (heavyweight vinyl LP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: OR 24. Rel: 14 Mar 17
  1. Dark Gray Houses - "Cold" (3:31)
  2. Dark Gray Houses - "Endings" (2:42)
  3. Dark Gray Houses - "Away" (2:48)
  4. Prudence - "Your Funeral" (4:36)
  5. Prudence - "Her Desire" (3:37)
  6. Prudence - "Changing Our Plans" (4:16)
Review: Spanish imprint Oraculo Records present New American Monsters: a split vinyl debut 'of the last post punk revelations at Oraculo'. Both bands being from the States and presented in 2016 now available for the very first time on a vinyl edition. Dark Grey Houses is Seattle producer Erich Hablutzel who presents the retro goth stylings of "Cold" and his best impression of 1983 on the rather Cure sounding "Away" reminiscent of their Faith/Pornography era. PRUDENCE are a trio from Grand Rapids, Michigan who serve up some irresistible cold wave on "Your Funeral" or "Her Desire" treading the same territory as Beta Evers or more recently Figure Study.
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Why Is My Life So Boring? (limited hand-numbered LP)
Cat: EE 001RTM. Rel: 26 Nov 14
  1. Why Is My Life So Boring?
  2. Want Need
  3. Zombie Botnet
  4. So Beautiful
  5. Billionaire Space Tourist
  6. ModStim
  7. Hyperinformed Superconsumer
  8. Emotional Firewall
  9. Wannabe Hasbeen
  10. Styrofoam Cathedral
Review:  Overseen by local Rotterdam selectors Spacemaker and Leather E, Electronic Emergencies becomes the latest label to show how musically diverse the Dutch city is and they launch in truly impressive fashion. Anyone with an interest in Dutch electro and wave should be eminently familiar with Danny Bosten's work as Das Ding. Active in the DIY tape scene since the '80s, Bosten's iconic music was later brought to wider attention by Minimal Wave and the chance to indulge in some all new Das Ding material should not be passed up. The darkness that characterised early Das Ding material is very much evident on Why Is My Life So Boring? whose ten tracks are a powerful testament to Bosten's enduring talents.
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HSTA (limited hand-numbered heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: MW 019. Rel: 28 Jan 10
  1. Reassurance Ritual
  2. HSTA
  3. Inter Caetera
  4. Take Me Away
  5. A Dark Place
  6. Triffid Farm
  7. Kindheitsmuster
  8. Makimono
Review: Minimal Wave have done the right thing here and repressed HSTA by Das Ding, undoubtedly one of the most popular heavyweight reissues of their reign thus far. Das Ding is of course Dutchman Danny Bosten, active in the mid 1980s from his Southern Holland base releasing his pioneering brand of electro as well as his friends' music via his own Tear Apart Tapes cassette label. HSTA refers to the Highly Sophisticated Technological Achievement tape Bosten released on the STUM label from which Minimal Wave also took several tracks including the title jam, which you're likely to hear Funkineven dropping these days. It's worth investing in this for "Take Me Away" alone, which sounds likes its been beamed down from the future despite its three decade vintage (Weatherall's a big fan of this one) and the remaining six tracks are just as thrilling.
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Missing Tapes (heavyweight yellow vinyl LP)
Cat: MW 061. Rel: 15 Mar 16
  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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Spy Thriller (limited hand-numbered heavyweight clear vinyl LP in die cut sleeve)
Cat: MW 010. Rel: 11 Mar 13
  1. Carousel
  2. The Cabinet
  3. Passionkiller
  4. Something's On Your Mind
  5. Next In Line
  6. The Evil Of His Kiss
  7. Spy Thriller
  8. Fudge It
Review: With Minimal Wave at their current celebrated level, it's nice of them to occasionally dig into their archives and reissue some of their earliest releases for those Johnny Come Lately's who might have missed out first time around. Having done the right thing with an all too timely reissue of Das Ding's HSTA late last year, Veronica Vasicka's label now turn their attentions to Blackpool and revisit Spy Thriller by Das Kabinette. Originally released back in 2008, this eight track collection brings together material the trio of Michael Hall, David Bracher and Craig Hemmings recorded in the early 80s including the cult hits "The Cabinet" and "Fudge It" which appeared on a 1983 7". Fans of Silent Servant mixtapes will probably be familiar with these tracks whilst the remaining six tracks are typically unreleased studio productions that paint a fascinating picture of primitive synth music that's subtley touched by the death throes of New Romanticism.
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Working Class Woman (LP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 250. Rel: 05 Oct 18
  1. Your Biggest Fan (4:24)
  2. Work It (4:25)
  3. The Psychologist (4:41)
  4. Lara (3:08)
  5. Day Dreaming (4:13)
  6. The Tunnel (3:35)
  7. Workaholic Paranoid Bitch (4:51)
  8. So Right (5:07)
  9. Burn Me (5:16)
  10. La Chambre Interieure (3:02)
Review: Earlier in the year, modern minimal wave and coldwave hero Marie Davidson signed a high-profile deal with Ninja Tune. Here, she makes good on that contract, following a couple of killer singles with what could be her strongest album to date. After setting the tone with clandestine, tongue-in-cheek opener "Your Biggest Fan" - a creepy spoken word cut taking aim at stalker-line fans to the accompaniment of heavy analogue synth bass and creepy computer bleeps - Davidson giddily flits between elastic dancefloor workouts (the brilliantly sleazy "Work It" and mind-altering "Workaholic Paranoid Bitch"), attractive post-EBM instrumentals (the psychedelic and fizzing "Lara"), meditative ambient melodiousness ("Day Dreaming"), bizarre experimental weirdness (the suitable dystopian "The Tunnel"), and stylish analogue pop (the whispered vocals and off-kilter early morning funk of "So Right").
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Adieux Au Dancefloor (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: CITI 021. Rel: 03 Oct 16
  1. I Dedicate My Life (5:50)
  2. Interfaces (4:45)
  3. Naive To The Bone (4:06)
  4. Denial (4:03)
  5. La Femme Ecarlate (3:47)
  6. Good Vibes (Mocking Birds) (4:54)
  7. Inferno (4:58)
  8. Planete Ego (6:33)
  9. Adieu Au Dancefloor (6:01)
Review: Given the underground acclaim heaped on Marie Davidson's previous albums - ultra-stylish affairs that blend elements of minimal wave, dark Italo-disco, off-kilter electro and moody ambient - it's little surprise to see her popping up on Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax. The album's nine tracks are largely sharp, rough and fuzzy, with sparse-but-dense drum machines rhythms underpinning bouncy, delay-laden synth lines, thrusting electronics and Davidson's sleazy, spoken word vocals. It's an attractive combination that guarantees thrills throughout, from the almost claustrophobic throb of "Denial", to the mutant electrofunk bounce of "Good Vibes".
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