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North Of Loreto - North Of Loreto Edits Vol 3
12"
$11.08
Italian rapper, disc jockey and record producer Davide Bassi is the man behind the new Com Era Italy label. His third missive is another trip back to the sound of his youth, the disco, electro, funk and soul of the 80s that still sounds so hot in 2020. 'Taccin De Taims' kicks off with nice dirty boogie bass and happy chords that ease you into a sweet vibe. 'Infatuescion' will be recognisable to fans of Omar S who has sampled the vocal on his own work. Lastly, 'Du Iu Uont' is a jittery disco jam with charity, cold as ice perc and nice retro synths. Warmth comes from the lead hook and funky bass, both of which make this another gem.
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Tibor Szemzo - Snapshot From The Island
LP
$26.33
For those who like minimalism and are open to a harder, rougher, more intense variation on your classic Philip Glass sound, look no further. Snapshot From The Island is a wonderful excursion into all that and more from Hungarian instrumentalist and composer Tibor Szemz? who doesn't get the probs he deserves. Originally released by Leo Records in 1987, it here gets a proper reissue that lays bare its intense synths, electronic bird sounds, mystic flutes and plenty of other weird and wonderful sound sources. It's magical, intriguing and can be as heavy and dark and it is playful and optimistic.
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Buckle up for this much hyped debut on Locus from Rising London-based artist Casey Spillman. He is clearly a student of the prime tech house era of the mid-nineties, but also someone with his ear to the contemporary underground house sounds coming from Berlin. 'What I Say' cuts up a nice subtle vocal, then lets it ride over a heavy but undulating beat as the crisp percussion flutters up top. 'Gambling Man' is more freaky for those playful after-hours sessions and 'Humidity Metre' then gets even more wonky, with darting synths keeping you on your toes before the closer 'Commands' is a full on tech workout. Classy stuff.
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London-based, Belgian-Congolese artist Nikisi has launched her own label and this is the first release. Given that she has such a unique and singular sound it's a wonder she hasn't started her own thing before now. Cutting utterly loose here she layers up hard, flat drums with white noise and what sound like ancient drones to make for a hard but hypnotic weapon. It's dark but light, controlled but chaotic. 'Phantasmagoria' explores the same dichotomies, with poly-rhythms pummelling away beneath haunting synth drones up top. In between is the glitchy 'What Comes Next?', another stark, inventive track that is challenging yet rewarding.
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Longtime techno innovator Silent Servant finds himself on the cult Hospital Productions to close out this year in visceral fashion. 'Harm In Hand' is many things - dark wave synth and jittery techno and it even has a hint of jerking EBM rhythms. It's a trip back to the future on a pulsing wave of menace. 'Damage' then cuts more loose, with spraying synths and crashing hits trapping you in dystopia and 'Death Of Decadence' bring all manner of raw textures, twisted synth lines and stark drums to a line techno groove.
Umwelt - Escape The Future
12"
$9.96
New Flesh Records boss Umwelt returns with a searing new record that brings to a close the French producer's Future trilogy. It started back in 2015 with When Future And Past Collapse, then took in 2017's Encoding The Future on Shipwrec and still has lots to offer with this big finale. 'Escape The Future' is a haunting cut that keeps you on edge with its unsettling and glassy synths while 'Pionners From Earth' is slower, crispy and devastatingly final. There's more darkness from the depths of space explored on 'Wormholes Through Space' while 'Horizon Lost' kicks like a mule as it explores more contemplative moods.
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