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Singles
Cat: DE 256. Rel: 06 Sep 19
  1. Au Velodrome 141 (5:17)
  2. Glasfabrik (4:41)
  3. Capataz (2:51)
Review: Dark Entries has been at the forefront of the coldwave and synth revival that has slowly taken hold over the last decade. Next up they turn their attention to a reissue of an out of print EP from 1988 by Jordi Guber and Krishna Goineau as Velodrome. Villalobos has been known to drop cuts from it, which should give you a good idea of its musical style: freaky 80s electro built on steppy drums, with taut and twanging synths reverberating around the mix, as exemplified by the opener. "Glasfabrik" is a hyper-speed cut with a tongue in cheek vocal, while "Capataz" is the most well-known joint with its acid bass and crashing hits.
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Gespielt von: Dmitry Distant, Ali Renault
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Cat: GD 025. Rel: 20 Sep 17
  1. Hard Pill (6:26)
  2. Tenebrosity (5:17)
  3. Voice Of Darkness (4:46)
  4. She Does (7:50)
Review: Label co-founder Gianni Vercetti Balopitas aka Vercetti Technicolor returns to Giallo Disco after the Black September LP. Here he presents the soundtrack to 'the psychedelic neon-soaked slasher short' Hard Pill. Directed by Daniel Freedman, Balopitas' Fulci meets Digweed score takes you from Mainetti to Martinez. Drugged out club hits and tense shadowed corridor atmospherics. The title track's dark romance is epic suspense and moodlighting reminiscent of the great John Carpenter while B side electro cut "Voice Of Darkness" goes down the same gothic brooding path as Visonia. It all comes to a thrilling climax on the slow burning closer "She Does" full on rich vintage synth flar, ricocheting Linn drums drenched in gated reverb and the most razor sharp arpeggios you'll ever hear. Alongside Timothy J Fairplay's LP on Charlois, we'd rate this as one of the 2017's finest offerings for new wave Italo fiends and retroverts.
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Gespielt von: Al Mackenzie, Ali Renault
 in stock $11.87
Golden Taurus EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: COTF 11. Rel: 31 Oct 16
  1. Golden Taurus (5:47)
  2. Topaz Fear (7:02)
  3. Death Wish (6:50)
  4. Golden Taurus (Heinrich Dressel remix) (5:52)
Review: Crimes Of The Future is the kind of label you can trust, no matter who is at the controls. The same could be said for Giallo Disco, and certainly the two labels orbit a similar space for lurid soundtrack-inspired hardware jams from the Italo age. Vercetti Technicolor is one half of the Giallo team alongside Antoni Maiovvi, and here steps out with a perfectly bombastic range of compositions that revel in B-movie brilliance. "Golden Taurus" is the perfect slow-burner, those mono bass notes warming like no soft synth ever could, while "Topaz Fear" brings a more action-driven sequence into the mix. "Death Wish" too opts for a pumped up club scenario, while Heinrich Dressel smokes out "Golden Taurus" into a seedy slow-jam.
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Maritime Tatami (12" + lyric insert)
Cat: DE 055. Rel: 13 Jan 14
  1. Maritime Tatami
  2. A Game Of Despair
Review: Having released over fifty records since their foundation back in 2009, Dark Entries use the widened exposure afforded by that excellent Patrick Cowley compilation released in the last quarter of 2013 as a springboard to launch a new dedicated 12" series. Retaining their archival approach, the first release focuses on the short-lived Italian act Victrola; formed as a four piece combo in Messina, Victrola slimmed down to the synthesizer and guitar-based duo Antonio "Eze" Cuscina and Carlo Smeriglio and moved to the fertile music scene growing in early 80s Florence. In 1983, the pair issued their one record-shaped contribution to the early 80s Italian synth scene in the shape of Maritime Tatami, a two-track 12? issued on the Electric Eye label. Recorded using the Roland TR303 and TR606 at a time when these models had only been made available, so this reissue of Maritime Tatami from Dark Entries offers a chance for people to assess a slice of analogue experimentation at its most nascent.
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Sour EP (12")
Cat: MNQ 049. Rel: 03 Sep 14
  1. Sour
  2. Sour (Vanzetti & Sacco remix)
  3. 20-20
Review: Initially a duo responsible for a sole 7" release on Blind Prophet, Void Vision re-emerges here as the sole project of Shari Vari on this sublime 12" for the excellent Mannequin Records. The three track Sour precedes a debut Void Vision LP for the Berlin-based operation which is apparently due later this year and we cannot wait based on the sounds explored here. Lead track "Sour" is a ripe and muscular Italo track which is profoundly danceable and wholly erotic, whilst the accompanying remix from Bordello A Parigi pair Vanzetti & Sacco does a splendid job in magnifying more dancier elements of Void Vision's production. The full throttle instrumental thrust of closing track "20/20" will please fans of Void Vision's earlier work though we are more focused on what she's going to do next!
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Alben
Midnite Spares (LP + insert)
Cat: ES 003. Rel: 15 Sep 16
  1. Maria Kozic & The MK Sound - "Trust Me" (4:29)
  2. Whadya Want? - "Open Spaces" (3:53)
  3. Poets Of The Machine - "Arabs" (5:39)
  4. The Couch - "Full Treatment" (2:42)
  5. Sedation - "Sedation" (3:00)
  6. Igniters - "Hakka Suru" (3:29)
  7. Mumbo Jumbo - "Wind It Up" (4:33)
  8. Mix - "Do You Do It?" (3:46)
  9. Cameron Allen & Graham Bidstrup - "Bikini Atoll" (3:40)
  10. Foot & Mouth - "I Want My Mummy" (4:15)
Review: An intriguing confection put together by two Antipodean crate-diggers with an ear for the eccentricities and heroic creative travails of a generation of yore, 'Midnight Spares' chronicles a predominantly '80s era in which bedroom musicians took a post-punk DIY sensibility to create work that still rings out with originality and ingenuity decades on. Collected from manifold unusual sources, this compendium takes in early synth-pop, menacing lo-fi soundtrack work, a stray emigre member of The Flying Pickets, and even an early foray into recording from the members of legendary Ozpunk scamps God. Lurking somewhere between the spirit of John Peel and the world of outsider art, the resulting assemblage is a must-have for chroniclers of the weird and wonderful.
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Selectors 003 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: DKMNTLSLCTRS 003. Rel: 28 Jun 17
  1. Front 242 - "Don't Crash" (4:54)
  2. The Force Dimension - "Algorythm" (Manipulating mix) (2:46)
  3. Executive Slacks - "So Mote It Be" (4:35)
  4. Martin Dupont - "The Light Goes Through My Mouth" (3:17)
  5. A Thunder Orchestra - "Diabolical Gesture" (Marcel Dettmann edit) (4:28)
  6. Twice A Man - "Happy Life" (4:49)
  7. Cabaret Voltaire - "Low Cool" (Marcel Dettmann edit) (4:40)
  8. Kaa Antilope - "Rise Up Helicopter, Like A Bird" (3:59)
  9. Clan Of Xymox - "A Day" (6:40)
  10. Ministry - "Same Old Madness" (5:10)
  11. Fad Gadget - "Back To Nature" (5:51)
Review: With the renewed attention surrounding industrial and EBM in the last few years (and its influence on techno, again), it's important that someone with credentials gives the new generation a decent history lesson. Fitting that Berghain resident and MDR boss Marcel Dettmann curates a compilation of classics from the sound's heyday: here's someone who actually lived through it. As part of Amsterdam imprint Dekmantel's Selectors Series, these gems from yesteryear should certainly set the record straight and provide solid reference points for new school retroverts. Highlights (and there's many) include: Belgian EBM legends Front 242 with "Don't Crash", Philadelphia industrial underdogs Executive Slacks' "So Mote It Be" and the mandatory Cabs track comes in the form of "Low Cool" (the Marcel Dettmann Edit, no less). It wouldn't be a proper industrial comp without a bit of Wax Trax! would it? Label staples Ministry appear with their 1982 song "Same Old Madness", a period in the band's history that some consider their finest.
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Gespielt von: S-File, Snuffo
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Drive (Soundtrack) (gatefold pink vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: INV 106LPNEW. Rel: 16 May 17
  1. Kavinsky & Lovefoxxx - "Nightcall" (4:16)
  2. Desire - "Under Your Spell" (3:49)
  3. College - "A Real Hero" (feat Electric Youth) (4:25)
  4. Riz Ortolani - "Oh My Love" (feat Katyna Raneiri) (2:48)
  5. The Chromatics - "Tick Of The Clock" (4:46)
  6. Rubber Head (2:57)
  7. I Drive (2:02)
  8. He Had A Good Time (1:32)
  9. They Broke His Pelvis (1:54)
  10. Kick Your Teeth (2:32)
  11. Where's The Deluxe Version? (5:17)
  12. See You In Four (2:31)
  13. After The Chase (5:21)
  14. Hammer (4:36)
  15. Wrong Floor (1:19)
  16. Skull Crushing (5:48)
  17. My Name On A Car (2:09)
  18. On The Beach (6:32)
  19. Bride Of Deluxe (4:02)
Review: Originally out in 2012, Cliff Martinez's soundtrack to Nicolas Winding Refn's Drive was a smash hit. While this might not seem out of the ordinary, that is actually no small feat in this day and age; soundtracks have all too often become dispensable and it is rare for people to talk about one with the same sort of praise as this particular thriller. The lead tune is, of course, Kavinsky and Lovefoxx's "Nightcall", a song that is still getting significant playback these days, and one which makes for a strong contender to the best material from electro-pop acts like Daft Punk. "A Real Hero" by College has also made it into the big league since the film's release, along with a number of absolutely timeless, pop-infused r&b ballads like "Tick Of The Clock" by The Chromatics. Cliff Martinez's own material features prominently at the tail-end, of course. A hotly recommended 2 hours of music to accompany any sort of mood.
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MOUNT KIMBIE/VARIOUS
DJ Kicks (2xLP + MP3 download code) (1 per customer)
K7
Cat: K 7364LP. Rel: 05 Oct 18
  1. Severed Heads - "Lamborghini (Petrol 1982)" (3:52)
  2. Marco Bernardi - "The Light Beside The Hall" (6:01)
  3. Object Blue - "Even In You" (5:23)
  4. NY House'n Authroity - "APT 2B" (4:00)
  5. Computer Says No - "Grab & Reform" (2:57)
  6. Mount Kimbie - "Southgate" (2:47)
  7. Aleksi Perala - "UK74R1512110" (4:55)
  8. Via App - "Chatter" (1:37)
  9. Taz & Meeks - "Obviously" (3:49)
Review: When they were asked to put together the latest volume in the "DJ Kicks" series, Mount Kimbie boys Dominic Maker and Kai Campos drew influence from their recent gigs DJing in support of Actress. As a result, their hugely enjoyable 9-track mix tends towards the experimental and off-kilter. The pair touches on a myriad of styles, including ambient, industrial-era experimentalism, South American influenced tropical drum jams, spacey modular techno, raw-edged peak-time jams, mind-altering acid weirdness and intergalactic electro. Highlights are plentiful, from the hypnotic intensity of Object Blue, to the skewed warmth of Severed Heads and the dream-like weirdness of their own exclusive contribution, "Southgate".
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REGIS/VARIOUS
Let Love Decide Part 1 (limited 2xLP)
Cat: DNLP 025. Rel: 09 Oct 19
  1. Cub - "Teenage Fists" (6:06)
  2. You Hung - "The Truth Was Different" (live) (5:04)
  3. Fret - "Helicopter Rig" (4:51)
  4. Concrete Fench - "Track 5" (2:46)
  5. Simon Shreeve - "The Space Between Cultures" (4:50)
  6. Obelus - "Scale Reference" (4:29)
  7. Layne - "Raising Up, Removal" (4:22)
  8. Khrone & Mjolsness - "5th Recording 7" (5:43)
  9. DVA Damas - "People Say I'm Cool"
Review: This fine compilation from Regis' Downwards label has been trailed as a kind of "family portrait" of where the imprint stands in 2019, offering a slew of exclusive tracks including a heap of cross-generational collaborations. There is plenty to set the pulse racing throughout the collection. "EBM supergroup" You Hung impresses via the moody and clanking, mid-80s industrial vibes of "The Truth Was Different (Live)", while Obelus' "Scale Reference" sounds like Richard D James after a particularly potent bong hit. Simon Shreeve's "The Space Between Cultures" is a creepy slab of ambient/noise fusion, Layne's "Raising Up, Removal" is a delightfully out there journey into metallic electro headiness and DVA Damas' sub-heavy cut "People Say I'm Cool" is as stylish and, let's face it, cool as the title suggests.
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11000 Dreams (heavyweight vinyl LP Nachpressung)
Cat: STRLP 005. Rel: 14 Oct 19
  1. White Bird (3:44)
  2. Akahito (3:19)
  3. My Lesbian Girlfriends (3:05)
  4. The Monkey House (2:39)
  5. The Desert (2:51)
  6. A La Recherche De BL (4:13)
  7. Free At Last (4:17)
  8. Jehudah (6:04)
  9. Who Is Still Dreaming? (3:33)
  10. Memories (4:24)
  11. The Luckiest Man (3:38)
  12. A Peaceful Vale (5:00)
Review: Stroom's latest chunk of left-of-centre brilliance comes from Jan Van Der Broeke, an artist active since the 1980s who's arguably most famous for his work under the Absent Music, June 11 and The Misz aliases. 11,000 Dreams is his first career retrospective and draws on 30 years worth of self-released cassettes and CD-Rs. It's a sublime set, all told, pulling together dreamy, evocative, melodious and soft-touch tracks that blur the boundaries between ambient, skewed downtempo pop, blissful warmth, spoken word laden cheeriness (the odd but brilliant "My Lesbian Girlfriends") and spacey cuts laden with exotic instrumentation and whistling synthesizer melodies.
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Gespielt von: Alexis Le-Tan, Leo James
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VARIOUS
Cat: STRUT 098LP. Rel: 31 Aug 12
  1. 52nd Street - "Can't Afford" (Unorganised mix)
  2. A Certain Ratio - "The Fox"
  3. Minny Pops - "Blue Roses"
  4. Fadela - "N'Sel Fik"
  5. Nyam Nyam - "Fate"
  6. Section 25 - "Sakura"
  7. Biting Tongues - "Meat Mask Separatist"
  8. Sir Horatio - "Sommadub"
  9. Shark Vegas - "You Hurt Me"
  10. The Wake - "Host"
Review: By now, we should all know the story of Tony Wilson's ultimately doomed Factory Records imprint; the rags-to-riches-to-rags story of the design-conscious Manchester imprint, excesses and all, has been written many times over. Strut's initial FAC. DANCE compilation, curated with love by walking dance music encyclopedia Bill Brewster and released last year, also documented the label's attempts to court the dancefloor. The first FAC DANCE collection told its story well, focusing not only the hits, but also the underground records that became anthems at the Hacienda and beyond. For every "Love Tempo", "Dirty Disco", "Love On A Hilltop" or "Reach For Love", there was something a little odd, usually from either the Durutti Column or Biting Tongues. It was hardly exhaustive, but then condensing a decade of influential and inspired releases onto two discs is nigh on impossible. It's for this reason - and, we assume, the commercial success of that first volume - that Strut have decided to put together a second volume of Factory dance classics and rarities, FAC DANCE 02. This time, the script is altogether different. With many of the more familiar post-punk and straight-up Factory dance releases previously featured in the first collection, FAC Dance 02 needed to dig deeper. To do that, Strut have recruited former Factory Benelux boss James Nice, a man who knows more about the ins and outs of the Factory back catalogue than most. Over the last few years, his LTM label has lovingly reissued a number of classic, long-forgotten Factory albums from the likes of Quando Quango and A Certain Ratio. FAC Dance 02 might be lacking in stone cold hits or accessible hooks but those seeking these should already have invested in the label's inaugural retrospective or perhaps stick to "Blue Monday". It does however contain some thrilling and genuinely historic music, presented in consummate fashion by an expert on the subject. For that reason alone, it should be essential listening.
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VARIOUS
Cat: STH 2281LP. Rel: 22 Feb 12
  1. Hard Corps - "Dirty"
  2. In Trance 95 - "Presidente"
  3. Philippe Laurent - "Distorsion"
  4. Das Ding - "HSTA"
  5. Subject - "What Happened To You?"
  6. Ohama - "The Drum"
  7. Geneva Jacuzzi - "The Sleep Room"
  8. Antonym - "Cinnamon Air"
  9. Ruins - "Fire"
  10. Ende Shneafliet - "Animals From Outer Space"
  11. Felix Kubin - "Japan Japan"
  12. Class Info - "Out Of Line"
  13. In Aeternam Vale - "Annie"
  14. Aural Indifference - "Theme"
Review: The guys over at Stones Throw did us a massive favour this year by compiling these long-forgotten experimental pieces form the 80s and 90s. This is the second chapter and we couldn't have expected any better from Peanut Butter Wolf's imprint. There's plenty of rarities and gems here, starting with with the opener by Hard Cops, "Dirty" an italo-influenced electro stomper with an unmistakable 80s edge to it. Philippe Laurent's "Distortion" is another massive track, with those wavering lyrics falling apart over the grinding beat beneath it; "HSTA" by Das Ding is also unmissable and worthy of any collectors shelf. To be honest, there isn't a single average piece here and if you haven't got this compilation already, you're making a huge mistake...
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VARIOUS
Cat: DE 075LP. Rel: 23 Oct 14
  1. Factrix - "Night To Forget"
  2. Chrome - "Meet You In The Subway"
  3. Red Asphalt - "Red Asphalt"
  4. Tuxedomoon - "Day To Day"
  5. Ki Di Me - "Islamatic"
  6. Indoor Life - "Gilmore Of The Fillmore"
  7. Baby Buddha - "Little Things"
  8. Timmy Spence - "Brand New Dance"
  9. Human Being Men - "Human Dub"
  10. Wonders Of Science - "Let's Start A Rumor"
  11. Zru Vogue - "Nakweda Dream"
Review: Oh mama, it's the second instalment of one of the most hotly tipped compilations around! The Bay Area Retrograde series from Dark Entries and this second chapter particularly, showcases San Francisco's buzzing post-punk and noise scene of the early 1980's, so we're talking real pioneering stuff here! There's everyone from Factrix to the legendary Tuxedomoon, but also some lesser known and more obscure names such as Chrome - a truly badass outfit if you ask us. Dark Entries couldn't have done a better job and this is the leftfield pick of the week from us!
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VARIOUS
Cat: MW 033. Rel: 15 Oct 11
  1. Unknown Artist - "Orgelns Fodelse"
  2. Glenn Winter - "Herrens Svar"
  3. Santiago De Gil - "Pa Min Resa"
  4. Ferdinand Rhtym - "Narcotics"
  5. Arvid Tuba - "This Hole Is Mine"
  6. Artificial Control - "Silent Face"
  7. Artificial Control - "Signal Out"
  8. The Heart Of Darkness - "Fixerad"
  9. The Heart Of Darkness - "Gadji Beri Bimba"
  10. Caique - "With Or Without You"
  11. Corteche - "Wind & Forest"
  12. Spilluffe - "Killed By Death"
  13. 18:e Oktober - "Hector Lokfrisk"
  14. Moulin Rouge - "Silence"
  15. Peter Tengvall - "Utdrag Nr 1-3"
  16. Engurdetz - "Let The Concrete Fall"
  17. Art Division - "X-Squad"
  18. Art Division - "New Art"
  19. Patchwork - "Shadows"
  20. Patchwork - "A Minute"
  21. Ausgang Verboten - "Consumer"
  22. Overlords - "Sea City"
  23. Overlords - "Secrets Of The Universe"
  24. Unknown Artist - "Varksam Begravning"
Review: Minimal Wave present their first double vinyl selection since their breakthrough Minimal Wave Tapes compilation released in conjunction with Stones Throw a few years back. This time Veronica Vasicka and company switch their focus to the cult mid 80s Swedish synth cassette compilation Orgelvark. The 23 tracks spread across the two heavy weight 160g slabs of vinyl give a newly remastered look at the multifaceted music which surfaced from the underground tape scene in Sweden, bridging the gaps between outright synth pop, industrial music and more. This vinyl edition includes five unreleased tracks, along with a rather enlightening letter from the compiler Tor Sigvardson as well as detailed band notes across the gatefold sleeve. It makes for an enlightening peak at the fledgling beginnings of Swedish synth based music, a genre which these days is stronger than ever.
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VARIOUS
Cat: MR 077. Rel: 08 May 18
  1. Analysis - "Connections" (3:24)
  2. The Limit - "Shock Waves" (3:07)
  3. Richard Bone - "Digital Days" (3:39)
  4. 13 At Midnight - "Other Passangers" (3:49)
  5. Somehwere Else In Europe - "Eddie & The Sun Shine" (4:26)
  6. Analysis - "Surface Tension" (3:08)
  7. The Limit - "OK Go" (2:56)
  8. 13 At Midnight - "One The Beach" (4:53)
  9. The Limit - "Do It" (4:35)
  10. Richard Bone - "Quantum Hop" (4:24)
Review: New wave archivists Medical Records continue to trawl through the epic back catalogue of Survival Records, which was one of the UK's leading alternative electronic imprints during the 1980s. The label's combination of far-sighted, left-of-centre synth-pop, eccentric instrumentals and rougher, dancefloor-focused fare is much in evident in this fourth retrospective compilation. Highlights include, but are not limited to, the dark, slap bass-propelled wooziness of The Limit's "Shock Waves", the arpeggio-heavy, Mascara-clad throb of 13 At Midnight's "Other Passengers" and the deliciously cheery, lo-fi synth-pop/electro-funk fusion of "Surface Tension" by Analysis. Throw in a couple of killer cuts from NYC legend Richard Bone and you've got an essential collection of quirky, early '80s electronic cuts.
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 in stock $30.51
VARIOUS
X-mas Card From Outer Space: Oscar's X-mas Carols 1984-1987 (limited LP + hand-printed x-mas card + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: DOM 34L. Rel: 04 Dec 17
  1. Grandmaster O - "Santa Cut" (1:26)
  2. Ende Shneafliet - "X-mas Card From Outer Space" (3:52)
  3. Mark Lane - "When The Candle Burns Tonight" (3:20)
  4. Atom Cristal - "Cristalissages" (2:51)
  5. Ptose - "What Will You Bring (To Me)?" (2:29)
  6. Atrox & FP & The Doubling Riders - "The Little Match Girl" (5:25)
  7. Bene Gesserit - "Joyeux Poeme!!" (1:50)
  8. Geluidshouwerij - "Snow Blow" (3:07)
  9. The Legendary Pink Dots - "Governement Health Warning" (1:30)
  10. Jacques Van Erven - "Longfellow's Christmas Bells" (3:30)
  11. Pascal Comelade - "Creche Musicale Et Plastique" (2:22)
  12. Doxa Sinistra - "Sade Claus Is Coming To Town (Chapter I-VII)" (4:46)
  13. Van Kaye & Ignit - "Happy Holiday" (3:58)
  14. Edward Ka-Spel - "Jesus Wept" (2:13)
  15. Genetic Factor - "Vigila Di Natale" (5:57)
Review: Domestica presents a vinyl version of Oscar's X-mas Carols. For this album's tracklist, Jordi Serrano and Oscar Smit made a personal selection from the three previous cassettes which were originally released on Christmas Day 1984, 1985 and 1987 respectively by Smit's imprint Noel Tapes in Holland. The 15 tracks here are a selection of the best tracks of these three cassettes, mastered from the originals by Ruud '66' Lekx. It also features a cover painting by Max Kisman, laminated translucent sleeve and is hand stamped. Complete with dossier including liner notes by Smit, band bios, photos and download code, it's allegedly the only experimental Christmas compilation ever published.
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  1. Pink Elln - "Human Perc" (4:09)
  2. Karen Marks - "Cold Cafe" (3:03)
  3. Disque Omo - "Toujours L'Amour" (2:08)
  4. Vorgruppe - "Mensch Im Eis" (2:29)
  5. Iham/Echo - "Eagle" (3:12)
  6. Perfect Mother - "Dark-Disco-Da-Da-Da-Da-Run" (3:10)
  7. Arvid Tuba - "The Seasons Are Sitting On Chairs" (3:43)
  8. Subject - "Don't Be Blind" (2:56)
  9. Denial - "California Dreaming" (3:10)
  10. Unovidual - "Dit Is Pas Het Begin" (4:19)
  11. Aural Indifference - "Park" (3:31)
  12. Autumn - "You Are You Are" (1:30)
Review: Over the last two or three years, New York's Minimal Wave outpost has focussed on releasing plenty of new music that fits in line with their unashamedly 'cold-wave' approach, and this has opened them to a whole variety of listeners and DJs. However, in our opinion, where they truly shine is in providing the underground masses with compilations such as this latest The Bedroom Tapes: A Compilation Of Minimal Wave From Around The World 1980-1991, a glorious snapshot of all the very best slices of lo-fi that has largely gone unnoticed to the modern eye. Of course, the majority of these tunes are now expensive in their original formats, but we're taking about a small crew of Discogs sharks who are upping the prices. Here, you're able to properly - and peacefully - enjoy some of the very best minimal machine-drum soul from peeps like Karen Marks, Vorgruppe, Perfect Mother and Aural Indifference, among others. This truly is a feast for the modern digger. Excellent.
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VARIOUS
Alternative Funk: Volume 1 (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: PLA 023. Rel: 03 Dec 18
  1. Stanislas Noel & Jean-Christophe Utz - "Money Money" (0:34)
  2. Scoop! - "Caravan" (3:30)
  3. Son Of Sam - "Anti Apartheid" (4:16)
  4. From Raushenberg - "About Fritz" (4:06)
  5. Fist Of Facts - "Fire Breath" (2:14)
  6. Philippe Laurent - "Rapide" (5:46)
  7. Vox Populi & Man - "Alternative Fresh" (3:17)
  8. Zoohtee - "Track 8" (3:01)
  9. Kosa - "Nykowe" (1:21)
  10. Randall Kennedy - "Smith's Room" (2:36)
  11. The Arms Of Someone New - "Cool As Christ" (4:10)
  12. Human Backs - "Takayama Rising" (5:13)
  13. ONY - "Give It To Me" (1:31)
  14. Vox Populi & Man - "Megamix" (2:18)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: New label Platform 23 lands with a bang, delving into the mysterious world of 1980s cassette culture and in particular the Vox Man label run by French outfit Vox Populi, Axel Kyrou and Francis Man. This Alternative Funk: Vol 1 collection cherry picks from the various installments of Alternative Funk that Vox Man released in the mid 80s, presenting some vaguely familiar names and a whole lot of unknowns that fuelled a DIY scene brimming with creativity and lo-fi brilliance. On this first installment, get down to weirdo boogie of From Raushenberg, wig out to the psychedelic synth music of Scoop! and throw down to the drum-tastic madness of Fist of Facts. It's all old, and yet it feels so new.
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  1. Nine Circles - "What's There Left" (5:19)
  2. Beatnik Love Affair - "Share My Heart's Blood" (4:54)
  3. The Actor - "Unreal Personality" (6:00)
  4. Storung - "Dimensie 4" (4:44)
  5. Van Kaye & Ignit - "Picassos On The Wall" (3:13)
  6. SM Nurse - "Hot Day In Instanbul" (6:47)
  7. Ende Shneafliet - "Session Zeitgeist" (5:31)
  8. Das Ding - "A Dark Place" (vocal version) (6:25)
Review: Given the recent rise in popularity of minimal synth and darkwave across all of Europe, Belgium's Onder Stroom imprint have put together this compilation at exactly the right time. Dutch Wave: A History Of Minimal Synth & Wave In The Netherlands is an important collection of tunes because it includes plenty of material from the early 80s that went on to inspire the current generation of known producers - people like Legowelt and Intergalactic Gary coming to mind. Moreover, the material by most of the one-off bands is utterly danceable, such as Beatnik Love Affair's "Share My Heart's Blood", or even "Hot Day In Instabul" from SM Nurse. A wonderful compilation from a trustworthy source.
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Oz Waves (LP)
Cat: ES 004. Rel: 01 Mar 17
  1. Irena Xero - "Lady On The Train" (4:04)
  2. Andy Rantzen - "Will I Dream" (4:31)
  3. Prod - "Knife On Top" (2:56)
  4. Software Seduction - "New Collision" (3:51)
  5. Ironing Music - "Don't Wish It Away" (3:07)
  6. He Dark Age - "Holding Out For Eden" (4:32)
  7. The Horse He's Sick - "Larynx" (4:49)
  8. MK Ultra & The Assassins Of Light - "Jesus Krist Klap Rap" (Orthodox mix) (3:28)
  9. Moral Fibro - "Take A Walk In The Sun" (2:36)
  10. Zerox Dreamflesh - "Squids Can Fly" (4:36)
Review: The legacy of homegrown Australian rock in the '80s may be dominated by somewhat boisterous and boorish forces in the mainstream, wiith the like of Midnight Oil, Jimmy Barnes, INXS and John Farnham comprising the national heroes, yet cultural stereotyping would ignore a whole plethora of underground artists that went almost completely unnoticed yet continue to delight some thirty plus years on. 'Oz Waves', compiled by maverick DJ Steele Bonus, includes the unlikely likes of MX Ultra & The Assassins, Zerox Dreamflesh and The Horse He's Sick, yet their minimal electronics, dub-tinged strangeness and post-punk dreamscapes sound like another weird world - one on a thrilling knife-edge between past, present and future.
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Electroconvulsive Therapy Vol 3 (Record Store Day 2015) (limited 180 gram coloured vinyl LP)
Cat: MED 049. Rel: 25 Apr 15
  1. Tipical Me - "Claustrofobian" (3:01)
  2. Secession - "Betrayal" (4:15)
  3. Leidenschaft - "Who Cares" (3:44)
  4. Black Fantasy - "Evil Places" (3:02)
  5. VUD - "Look!" (4:49)
  6. Tipical Me - "Pope No Hope" (3:53)
  7. Secession - "Reflections" (4:30)
  8. Leidenschaft - "The Cities Of The Red Night" (3:38)
  9. Black Fantasy - "Fade Away From Me" (3:13)
  10. Almost Alone - "Blue City" (4:06)
Review: If you're into your '80s cold/no wave filth then Medical's Electroconvulsive Therapy series are the tickets for you! The fearless reissue label have put out seriously definitive collections of the post-punk era, ranging from vocal-led synth-pop to more industrial and cavernous proto-techno beats, and this third chapter of the ET branch - an RSD 2015 special - is another gorgeous ten tracks of rare-as-hell experimental music from the golden era of creativity. You can hear shreds of Joy Division's massive influence on 80's music in tracks like "Who Cares" by Leidenschaft or "Betrayal" by Secession. However, there's also plenty of disco/boogie-filtered action on cuts like "Look!" by VUD and "The Cities Of The Red Night", another track from Leidenschaft. It's a compilation for romantics, a sector of society who is in love with that era's sense of bittersweet melancholia. Lovely.
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Cat: PIASLL 131DLP. Rel: 03 May 19
  1. Throbbing Gristle - "Dead On Arrival" (6:03)
  2. DAF - "Der Musolini" (3:53)
  3. Cabaret Voltaire - "Walls Of Jericho" (7:59)
  4. Polyphonic Size - "Zas" (3:37)
  5. The Neon Judgement - "Chinese Black" (3:40)
  6. Da Davo - "Sex Head" (5:19)
  7. Borghesia - "No Hope No Fear" (4:30)
  8. Chris & Cosey - "Exotika" (6:05)
  9. Click Click - "Headf***" (5:05)
  10. Front 242 - "Body To Body" (1988 mix) (4:13)
  11. The Cassandra Complex - "One Millionth Happy Customer" (EBM mix) (6:17)
  12. The Weathermen - "Poison" (Lethal mix) (5:42)
  13. Nitzer Erb - "Control I'm Here" (Strategic dancefloor Initiative mix) (6:28)
  14. Meat Beat Manifesto - "Radio Babylon" (6:24)
Review: The 1980s was a breakthrough time for underground electronic music. Before restrictive genre definitions saw different modes of expression streamlined, the options were wide open in the lawless surge of post punk and industrial culture. This finely curated compilation from PIAS provides an excellent overview of some of the deadliest operators from this wildly creative time - the names involved are integral to the development of electronic music in the 80s. Throbbing Gristle, DAF, Cabaret Voltaire, Front 242, Nitzer Ebb, Meat Beat Manifesto - just some of the legendary names shown in their best light on this essential collection.
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Terra Incognita (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: ERC 034. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Denis Mpunga & Paul K - "Criola" (3:23)
  2. Mal - "A Letter From Yellowland" (2:00)
  3. Zazou & Biyake - "Komba" (2:41)
  4. Bene Gesserit - "Broken Toy" (2:15)
  5. La Caida De La Casa Usher - "Caballos" (3:14)
  6. Kastrieste Philosophen - "Heroina" (5:20)
  7. Danny Alias - "Big Brother-The Answer" (4:20)
  8. Image Pour Image - "Where Is The Love In This World" (3:20)
  9. Attrition - "Beast Of Burden" (3:05)
  10. Zazou, Nodland, Lema - "Stranger In The New Light" (4:02)
  11. Kastrieste Philosophen - "Playin The Fool" (3:05)
  12. Instead Of - "Bad Angels" (4:43)
Review: Emotional Rescue continue to mine hidden corners of esoteric music to bring your rarified delights in a freshly mastered form. This time the label has turned to cult Spanish label Auxilio De Ciento, who have been quietly picked up by more tuned in heads for their excellent new wave, synth pop and industrial wares. La Caida De La Casa Usher present the most abrasive material on here, but largely it's a relaxed affair. You can lose yourself in the bubbling synthesizer goodness of Bene Gesserit and Danny Alias, or trip out to the pattering drums of Zazou, Nodland, Lema.
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Cat: STRLP 008. Rel: 27 Sep 17
  1. Only Child (2:56)
  2. Sleep Pattern (2:25)
  3. Pearls (dub) (5:35)
  4. Solitary Sun (3:58)
  5. Neverlasting (3:37)
  6. Mezquita (2:14)
  7. You Haunt Me (1:19)
  8. Violent Silence (6:00)
  9. Cascais (2:39)
  10. Sequence Of Events (4:18)
  11. Watercolours (1:53)
  12. A Threat (2:09)
  13. Peripheral Vision (Macula Lutea mix) (3:53)
  14. Mission Statement (2:28)
  15. Isolated Incident
  16. Days Without
  17. Cascais
  18. The White Cathedral
  19. Ghostwritten
  20. Myxomorphia
  21. Decembers
  22. Only Child
  23. Substrata
  24. All Saints Day
  25. Cloudland
  26. Rue St. Placide
  27. Ulterior Motive
  28. Cat & Mouse
  29. Sputnik
  30. Field
  31. Mission Statement
  32. Kazimierz
  33. Girl With Kite
  34. Wishlist
Review: Post-punk pop meets ethereal wave here. Vazz were Scotland's best kept secret and in the words of the label were 'unrivalled then and now.' Anna Howson and Hugh Small were from Glasgow and existed in early to late 80's. The group were even featured on the late great John Peel's show on BBC Radio One a few times, too. This compilation features a collection of previously unreleased tracks, from the aforementioned period in the neon-lit eighties through to more recent instrumentals dating from 2014 - 2016. This release is courtesy of Stroom.tv: a Heritage label and diffusion imprint of Musicmania, run by Ziggy Devriendt out of Ghent, Belgium. Design by Nana Esi.
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Pop Sympathie (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: VERLP 39. Rel: 20 Jun 19
  1. Cecilia - "Si Me Olvidas" (3:10)
  2. Electropic - "Cine Cha Cha Cha" (4:55)
  3. Laurent Stopnicki - "Amour Fonctionnel" (3:57)
  4. Zig Zag - "Ca S'Arrange Pas" (3:29)
  5. Bisou - "Marre D'Aimer" (2:29)
  6. Milpattes - "Je Vais Danser" (4:40)
  7. Janou - "Demodee" (2:20)
  8. Martin Circus - "Bains-Douches" (5:07)
  9. Sonia - "J'Sais Plus Ou J'En Suis" (2:56)
  10. Fabienne Stoko - "Poupee" (2:58)
  11. Anne Lorric - "Delivrez-Moi" (2:53)
  12. Yogo - "Reve De Star" (I:Cube Dreamy edit) (4:03)
  13. Arielle Angelfred - "Cauch'mar Bizarre" (2:58)
  14. Ronan Girre - "Je N'Sais Pas Avec Qui?" (feat Arielle Dombasle) (3:12)
  15. Reserve - "Une Fille En Transe" (3:31)
Review: Five years ago, French record collector Vidal Benjamin wowed us with "Disco Sympathie", a killer compilation of obscure Gallic disco and boogie gems. For this similarly dusty-fingered follow-up, he's set his gaze on French new wave and synth-pop. It's an entertaining and eye-opening listen that moves from the samba-chanson of Cecilia and the fizzing electro-funk of Electropic, to the sweet and cheery synth-pop of "Reserve". Highlights in between include the bustling synth-pop sleaziness of Sonia's "J'Sais Plus Ou J'En Suis", the throbbing new wave quirkiness of Milpatte's "Je Vais Danser" and the low-slung post-punk pop of I:Cube's fresh re-edit of Yogo's "Reve De Star".
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Cat: RS 99. Rel: 24 Nov 15
  1. Vision Heat Logotone #2 (1:05)
  2. Tonight's The Night (1:43)
  3. Beatin' The Heat On The Street (3:07)
  4. Metro Beat (2:15)
  5. A Delicate Love (1:29)
  6. Program Default (3:34)
  7. Manhunter (3:39)
  8. Patrick's Theme (2:36)
  9. The Boogie Man (2:23)
  10. Final Flight Excerpts 1-4 (2:58)
  11. Access (2:54)
  12. Airstrike (1:25)
  13. Gummy On The Beach (3:02)
  14. Slogovia's Theme (0:58)
  15. In Cab Reflections (1:15)
  16. The Camera Loves You (2:33)
  17. Starman End Credits (3:06)
  18. Our Hero's Return (1:33)
Review: Jefre Cantu-Ledesma and Maxwell August Croy's Root Strata present this retro inspired imaginary soundtrack, by the Vision Heat project of California-based musician Jared Blum. Said to be "inspired by countless soundtrack compilations and blog mixes of rare, foreign library and VHS music" as well as John Carpenter (naturally!) and Tangerine Dream. There's twenty odd tracks on offer here but they're all quite short, clocking in or around the three minute mark and all appropriate for various scenes. There's the beatless instrumentals for the rolling of the credits ("Vision Heat Logotone #2, "Manhunter"), moments of suspense ("Tonight's The Night", "Final Flight Excerpts 1-4") and of course the love scenes ("A Delicate Love" or "In Cab Reflections"). But it's the scenes at the disco that some might enjoy the most, such as the cheesy and funky "Beatin' The Heat On The Street", the Giorgio Moroder style cosmic disco of "Patrick's Theme" or the rebellious synthpop of "Slogovia's Theme". An impressive and convincing homage to a decade of decadence.
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Sub Rosa (LP)
Cat: MNQ 054. Rel: 16 Dec 14
  1. One
  2. Everything Is Fine
  3. Hidden Hand
  4. Sour
  5. To The Sea
  6. Slow Dawn
  7. Vulgar Displays
  8. The Source
  9. In 20 Years (extended)
  10. Queen Of Hearts
Review: Coldwave excursionist Shari Vari aka Void Vision finally comes through with her highly awaited Sub Rosa LP on the gorgeously on-point Mannequin imprint. The taster EP "Sour" out earlier this year was a taster of what's to come from Vari in terms of diversity and quality. Sub Rosa contains a little of everything when it comes to the electronic dance edge, where "Everythin Is Fine", for example, takes a techno beat and slaps down some vocals all over its makeup, while "Hidden Hand" is a true Drexciyan electro number. Then there's more abstract moments such as "Slow Down", "Vulgar Displays" with its rolling stabs of percussion and "Queen Of Hearts" with that humungous swell of low-end and quirky, heady melodies. Yum.
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  1. Philippe Brejean - "Hilling Car" (3:46)
  2. Cybotron - "Sweet 16/9th Floor" (3:03)
  3. 53 Bus - "Horizontal DIY" (4:35)
  4. Plastiktanz - "Mir Geht Es Danke Gut" (1:46)
  5. Don Gere - "There's A Star In You" (5:23)
  6. Zed - "The Premen" (4:20)
  7. The Tunes - "My Time" (3:03)
  8. Sirons - "Cruise Missile Blues" (instrumental) (4:14)
  9. Biting Tongues - "You Can Choke Like That" (3:49)
  10. Andrezej Korzynski - "Tylko Punk Rock" (3:54)
Review: Cache-Cache head honchos Andy Votel and Doug Shipton compile, in their words: unreleased, unknown and unwanted reluctant punk and snide synth pop. Well then: '70s porn funk merges with Latin exotica on Philippe Brejean's "Hilling Car" while Melbourne cosmic travellers Cybotron (yes you heard right, Juan Atkins this 'aint!) traverse the asteroid belt on "Sweet 16/9th Floor". There's more rare gems worth checking. Try Plastiktanz, who released their one and only 12" in 1981 and the curious minimal synth jam "Mir Geht Es Danke Gut" is taken from this. Don Gere, he of Werewolves On Wheels OST (another re-issue on Finders Keepers) goes all guns blazing on the psych rock of "There's A Star In You" while Bernard Szajner aka Zed, (recently rediscovered on Agoria's InFine imprint also) gives us the epic cosmic synth journey of "The Premen" too. There's a lot to get through here and it's all rather curious we must say. Highly recommended.
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