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Startseite  Eight Weeks  Electro House  Electro House

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New releases last eight weeks: Electro House

Electro House vinyl released in the last four weeks
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Emotional Damage
Cat: ITGR 015. Rel: 02 Feb 24
Emotional Damage (6:22)
Vocoder DIT (5:25)
Emotional Damage (Tiago Walter remix) (7:01)
Mindset (6:07)
Review: Parisian label Increase The Groove are flying the flag for electro house that's fun as hell, so don't be put off by the title of this new collab from Alyhas and Occibel. Emotional Damage is a misnomer for the infectious joy bursting from this four-strong release, whether it's the title track with its monster boogie licks, Italo arps and catchy vocoder or the underwater pop swirl of 'Vocoder DIT'. Tiago Walter is on hand to remix 'Emotional Damage' into an artfully pumping version for the peak time and then 'Mindset' completes the picture with another cybernetic trip through ear-snagging hooks and playful FX.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $17.69
PICNIC 008
Cat: PICNIC 008. Rel: 17 Jan 24
Proxima Centauri (6:15)
Nukexi (6:16)
Shine On You (5:59)
Back To (6:08)
Review: After two recent intriguing V/A releases (006 & 007) the Picnic crew get back down to original business with an EP from B.AI. Carefully curating her path since 2021 with previous stellar releases on labels such as Sequalog, Fresh Tunez and Pleasure Club, her latest effort encapsulates the signature sounds that have made her a standout performer since. Fusing elements of house, techno, electro & electronica, it's an EP with tracks full of intention and captivating moments further solidifying B.AI's reputation of having a style completely of her own.
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Gespielt von: Rave Energy
 in stock $16.64
Celestial Break EP
Celestial Break EP (limited 12")
Cat: 303 08. Rel: 05 Feb 24
Break After Dark (5:25)
Beyond The Break (remix) (5:36)
This Sound (Future remix) (5:01)
Break After Dark (No vocal) (5:09)
Beyond The Beats (3:27)
Review: The propulsive, tectonic Force of Electro is embodied in the eponymous moniker, returning for their its release since 1997 (notable indeed, that the multi-moniker artist should return to this one only now). Six masterclassics in the mode of acid electro beckon us into alternate frenzies, highlights among these experiences being the central banger 'Beyond After Dark' and the lesser-spottable ambi-acid closer, 'Beyond The Beats'.
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 in stock $14.26
Conspiracy Part II
Conspiracy Part II (12" in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: TURBO 106. Rel: 30 Jan 24
Viol (5:43)
Opr (2:15)
Conspiracy Origins (3:58)
Review: French DJ and producer Gesaffelstein has a renowned penchant for all things dark and heavy handed when it comes to his productions. For Turbo's 106th release the habit sticks and the three track EP is strewn with menacing arp'd synths and cutting drum wallops. Kicking off with "Viol" and its horror movie style sound pockets, tension is rife across the throbbing bass with screeching off-key samples leading the fear. Moving on, B-Side opener "Opr" maintains the theatrical swagger as winds sweep through pitch black tunnels and into creepy underground raves - not for the faint hearted! Finally, "Conspiracy Origins" takes on a more cosmic feel with electric glitches and bleeps galore that build and weave slowly through atmospheric downtempo moments.
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 in stock $24.56
Time & Space
Cat: RIZZWAX 03. Rel: 02 Feb 24
Dizzko (6:54)
DLJazzz (6:47)
Time & Space (7:04)
Satellites (6:06)
Review: Irish man down under JJ Fortune has been setting out his stall over the past few years as an intriguing new talent in the minimal tech house scene thanks largely to his releases on his own Rizzwax label. Time & Space features another four fresh productions that fold all manner of influences into fresh and fruity party starters. You'll hear breakbeat, bass and garage influences creeping in around the insistent thrust of the 4/4, making for another sure shot for anyone who likes spicing up their session with minimal which looks beyond the limitations of the genre.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $14.78
Antennae
Antennae (12")
Cat: LAX 157. Rel: 19 Jan 24
Antennae (6:06)
Canes Venatici (6:20)
Ceres (6:56)
Alpha Apodis (6:43)
Review: Attention banger alert! Parissior is a Spanish DJ producer who has been producing countless tracks for many years now. His style could be described as a mix of dark disco, indie dance, Italo, and trance, but personally we think it goes much further. He has a total mastery of the art of production (something we have rarely seen); it seems more like sound design it sounds so huge. He's managed the perfect EP - one that all the Italian indie dance producers, one that even the biggest names in the genre have thus far failed to create. There's nothing cheesy about it; we've been listening to his music non-stop since we received it, with no weariness in sight. This guy is monstrous. The 12" begins with the brilliant 'Antennae', which is the perfect mix of Italo new wave & trance, followed by 'Canes Venatici', which could've been created by Daft Punk if they'd chosen to be less commercial. and put their balls on the table instead of hiding behind masks. 'Ceres' and 'Alpha Apodis' follow the same line. This maxi is gigantic - a f%c$ing masterpiece.
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 in stock $15.31
Lost Chronicles
VARIOUS
Cat: PRR 001. Rel: 17 Jan 24
Prince De Takicardie - "Ammoniak" (5:42)
Baptiste - "Space" (6:26)
Idris Bena - "World" (4:41)
Zapp-ared - "Pulsion" (5:01)
Djamel Nait - "Quadrivium" (4:59)
Review: Panta Rhei is many things - the concept of 'everything flows' in the philosophy of Heraclitus, a rock band from Hungary and now also a new Parisian techno label that makes its bow with a various artists' EP. There is plenty of analogue jack to the groove foundations of Prince De Takicardie's hurried 'Ammoniak', then Baptiste brings some depraved acid lines to his mind-melting cut 'Space'. On the flip you will find more prickly acid lines, stark drum textures and future techno sounds from Idris Bena, Zapp-ared and Djamal Nait.
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 in stock $17.43
Alben
For Lack Of A Better Name
For Lack Of A Better Name (gatefold teal vinyl 2xLP in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: 584362 3. Rel: 18 Jan 24
FML (6:56)
Moar Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff (4:58)
Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff (feat Rob Swire) (5:19)
Hi Friend! (feat MC Flipside) (6:35)
Bot (7:01)
Word Problems (8:07)
Soma (7:47)
Lack Of A Better Name (8:07)
The 16th Hour (9:54)
Strobe (10:31)
Review: When Deadmau5 first arrived, he was something of a lightening rod for underground purists who scoffed at his big mouse head and unashamedly over-the-top live performances. All these years later we now know he was in fact ahead of the times and somewhat helped to precipitate the vast EDM revolution that followed with its maximal sounds, crazy characters, and sync button sets. For Lack of a Better Name was the Canadian's fourth album back in 2009 and it features the critically acclaimed 'Strobe' as well as 'Ghosts 'n' Stuff' with Rob Swire of Pendulum. As far as electro and prog house goes, it hits all the right notes.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $36.96
4x4 Equals 12 (reissue)
4x4 Equals 12 (reissue) (gatefold green vinyl 2xLP in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: 584362 9. Rel: 15 Feb 24
Sofi Needs A Ladder (feat SOFI) (6:40)
A City In Florida (5:40)
Animal Rights (with Wolfgang Gartner) (6:11)
Cthulhu Sleeps (10:32)
Some Chords (7:27)
I Said (with Chris Lake - Michael Woods remix) (7:06)
Bad Selection (5:30)
Right This Second (7:50)
Raise Your Weapon (feat Greta Svabo Bech) (8:21)
One Trick Pony (feat SOFI) (3:53)
Everything Before (6:36)
Review: As part of a new reissues bundle of the work of Canadian dance music extraordinaire Deadmau5, the 2010 album 4x4=12 now gets an as-it-was reissue via EMI. Including some of the helmeted spectacle's most enduring contribution to the dance music world from the era - including 'Some Chords', 'Animal Rights' with Wolfgang Gartner, 'Sofi Needs A Ladder', and 'Raise Your Weapon' with Greta Svabo Bech - the overall 11 tracks here are a worthy blast from the past, documenting the juncture at which Zimmerman moved on from huge walls of emotive progressive house gush, and segwayed into a techier, more mathematical sound befitting of electro house verging on complextro.
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 in stock $36.96
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