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Cat: LTUNDR 02. Rel: 21 Nov 18
  1. In The Cemetary (5:56)
  2. Slaying The Dictator (5:25)
  3. There Is Hope (5:45)
  4. Bombing For Peace (6:50)
Review: More dark, euphoric and moody dancefloor 12"'s from Lobster Theremin's new sublabel UNDR. Following a terrific inauguration by Hidden Spheres, the second edition comes courtesy of Andrew Red Hand. The Romainian producer who has previously released on labels such as Twilight 76, M>O>S and Chiwax kicks things off with the spooky, cinematic John Carpenter-goes-electro vibe of "In The Cemetery", before bringing in the brooding Italo-influenced gloom of "Slaying The Dictator" and even displaying a fondess for the acid life (but hey don't we all) on the wicked 303 grind of "Bombing For Peace".
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Gespielt von: ES-Q
 in stock $10.82
Spectro 017 (heavyweight vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SPEC 017. Rel: 26 Feb 20
  1. Arsonist Recorder - "React" (6:18)
  2. Sound Synthesis - "60 Minute Bleeps" (5:38)
  3. Francois Dillinger - "Humans Among Us" (5:31)
  4. Datawave - "Genotype 1" (4:02)
Review: London-based Specimen Records presents a limited edition vinyl release, showcasing some distinct and refined electro producers. Belgium's Arsonist Recorder (ZwaarteKracht) serves up some dark electro bass in the most fierce and futuristic style on opener "React", while the daunting dystopia of Sound Synthesis' "60 Minute Bleeps" will now doubt bear comparisons to Offenbach legend Anthony Rother. On the flip, Francois Dillinger goes for a more off-kilter and experimental vibe on his fascinating contribution "Humans Among Us" and the ever impressive Gaetan V. aka Datawave lunges straight for the jugular on the nefarious beats of "Genotype 1".
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Cat: LTUNDR 03. Rel: 21 Nov 18
  1. To Think I Hesitated (5:58)
  2. Frontier (7:46)
  3. Now What (6:21)
  4. It's Over (6:08)
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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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Digital Tsunami (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: TRESOR 182. Rel: 07 Aug 19
  1. Digital Tsunami (6:22)
  2. Aquatic Cataclysm (5:23)
  3. The Plankton Organisation (6:10)
  4. Birth Of New Life (6:22)
Review: Although Clone's series of remastered Drexciya retrospectives are excellent, it's nice that Tresor have decided to reissue the majority of material the Detroit pair released through the Berlin label in its original format. This way you get the music in the manner Donald and Stinson originally intended. The four tracks on Digital Tsunami were drawn from the same recording sessions that resulted in the sublime Drexciyan document Harnessing The Storm and thankfully got pressed on an addendum 12" after not making the cut for the double LP. With Tresor having just reissued Harnessing The Storm it seems only fair Digital Tsunami should be granted the same treatment. Some 13 years after it's original release and all the music here still sounds like it was drawn from the future, with Donald and Stinson excelling at rapid fire bursts of abstract subaquatic electro, such as towering highlight "The Plankton Organisation".
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Old Hag (7")
Cat: EST83 07. Rel: 06 Feb 17
  1. Old Hag (5:01)
  2. Drawing Apart (4:24)
Gespielt von: Owen Jay, Dj soFa
 in stock $9.49
122 BPM (7" limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: EM 003. Rel: 06 Feb 20
  1. 122 BPM (4:22)
  2. 130 BPM (4:02)
Review: Electric Mojo is on a mission to delve into the history of electronic music and serve up some of its best moments. This new one is just that - a classic b-boy DJ tool that's linked to the first wave of breakdancing, and will likely turn all who hear it into aspiring body-poppers. First up, "122BPM" is a crisp future-retro electro tune with bubbling leads and warm, smeared chords that oozes essential feels. "130BPM" has wobbly toms and crashing hits that make for perfect body music. In the right hands, these tasteful tunes will easily become weapons of mass dance floor destruction.
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CDSN (orange vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SUCTION 038. Rel: 16 Dec 16
  1. June - "Cynthia 84" (7:27)
  2. Lowfish - "Dead Specimen" (3:47)
  3. Lowfish - "Scarborough Brutalist" (5:12)
  4. June - "Navigation" (6:46)
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  1. Numbers (8:41)
  2. Computerworld (6:32)
  3. Radioactivity/Trans Europe Express (Part 1) (7:12)
  4. Trans Europe Express (Part 2)/Pocket Calculator/The Robots (23:28)
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TOPP 011 (hand-numbered LP limited to 297 copies)
Cat: TOPP 011. Rel: 20 Feb 20
  1. Track 1 (3:25)
  2. Track 2 (4:26)
  3. Track 3 (4:22)
  4. Track 4 (4:13)
  5. Track 5 (5:24)
  6. Track 6 (3:17)
Gespielt von: Tagwell Woods
 in stock $21.63
Breeze The City (12" + insert)
Cat: LOCKERTMATIK 011. Rel: 04 Apr 19
  1. Norken - "Galaxy Driven" (7:48)
  2. Norken - "Up" (7:29)
  3. Norken - "Departing This Moon" (6:48)
  4. Norken vs Gianluca Casnici - "Odyssey" (7:04)
  5. Norken vs Roy E Gamble - "Departing-Moons" (4:50)
Gespielt von: Voigtmann, G-Prod, Erell Ranson
 in stock $11.35
Electro Files (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: RF 002. Rel: 30 May 18
  1. Electro Files (5:37)
  2. So Beautiful (5:57)
Review: Rogue Filter has been on the scene for nearly three decades, apparently. That being said, this is only their second official release to our knowledge. Whatever the truth maybe, in our opinion, they're quite the purist electro fiend that the label makes them out to be. The A side features the brooding darkwave electro of "Electro Files" featuring delay drenched industrial vocals, over its shimmering analogue synth leads and rusty drum patterns. On the flip, "So Beautiful" takes its cues from Miami styled electro bass in the vein of Dynamix II for its slow yet gutsy futurist stomp.
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Gespielt von: Billy Nasty, Mimi
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Bot Wars (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: RF 003. Rel: 21 Aug 19
  1. Bot Wars (5:10)
  2. Jam (5:18)
Gespielt von: Billy Nasty
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Cat: CEM 009. Rel: 02 Feb 06
  1. Strings Of Death
  2. Hell
  3. Break The Silence
  4. A Message From Heaven
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Cat: SUCTION 035. Rel: 03 Apr 17
  1. Tunnel
  2. Morning Glory
  3. Like Yesterdays
  4. 101 Reasons
  5. The Calmness Of Distortion
  6. Dead End
  7. The End Of RX-101
  8. Bloom (part 1)
  9. Bloom (part 2)
  10. Clatter
  11. Hills Over The Mountains
  12. August '97
  13. If I Could Ever Get...
Review: Suction Records is thrilled to present the debut archival album release by RX-101, a bedroom techno producer from the Netherlands, Erik Jong. "Like Yesterdays" compiles 10 tracks from RX-101's first two vinyl-only 12" EPs, together with three CD/digital album exclusives. This previously unreleased material dates from 1997-1999, recorded live to cassette in a feverish burst of creativity, utilizing a small arsenal of classic techno instruments. Here's RX-101 in his own words: "From childhood I loved dance music. In the '80s one of my older brothers always recorded mixes from the radio and we always listened to that. My other brother and sister took music lessons in electronic organ and when I was about 9 years old I did the same. I quit when I was 14. From childhood I was fascinated by synthesizers. In the late '80s I started more and more listening to dance and house music and it was 1991 when I started listening to techno from labels like Underground Resistance, Transmat, Metroplex, +8 Records and Warp. That was the time I knew that I also wanted to make electronic music and build a studio. With my musical background and love for synthesizers, everything fell into place. When I heard Aphex Twin's "Digeridoo" in '92, I was completely hooked on Aphex Twin and soon discovered his label Rephlex. I almost bought every release. My friends at that time always listened to electronic music. In '92 (when I was 16) I bought my first synthesizer, a Roland Juno-106. Then I started to buy more stuff, and two years later I had a small studio with some synths, a drum machine, a Quadraverb fx unit, an Atari computer and a mixer. My Roland SH-101 is still my favourite synth. In those days I always played with my gear, but I never made a complete track or recorded something actually. After buying some more stuff in the years following, it was time to start making tracks. It was 1997 then and I was 21 years old. I started to like it very much and I was very productive then. I wanted to make music all the time. I was a student then and had plenty of time to make music. I made a lot of tracks and recorded everything to cassette between 1997 and 1999. In the early '90s I dreamt of releasing music on a record label, but in the years after that dream ebbed slowly away. I'm not sure why.... I think that's the reason I never have sent tracks or a demo to a label. In 2000 I quit school and I found a full time job. Because of this I also had less time to make music. It was a new step in my life. My passion to make music then became less. At one point I saved my tapes with my tracks in a box. In 2013, I discovered that box again. I thought it was a good idea to archive all of my tape tracks to my computer. The last time I had listened to it was 2001. In September 2013 I uploaded about 15 tracks of that old stuff to Soundcloud. About a year later I started to upload more and more stuff. I received many nice comments and I was a little bit surprised that a record company was also interested."
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Dopamine (CD)
Cat: SUCTION 047CD. Rel: 09 Sep 19
  1. Dopamine
  2. Warm Electronics Box
  3. Tracker
  4. Search Path 101
  5. Helium Spheres
  6. Rendezvous Beacon
  7. Those Friday Evenings...
  8. Docking
  9. Pulse Shaper
  10. Floating Waves
  11. Rx.4.a03
  12. Atlas Booster
  13. Frogus Esophagus
Review: A year on from their last deep dive into the unreleased archives of Dutch producer Erik "RX-101" Jong, Suction Records has re-opened the vaults and put together the artist's first ever full-length excursion. As with their previous archival RX-101 releases, all the material on "Dopamine" was recorded between 1997 and '99. It sees the little-known Dutch producer offer up a range of melodious and atmospheric IDM and ambient techno tracks that were massively influenced by the early-to-mid '90s output of Warp Records and the more meditative and luscious works of Richard D James as Aphex Twin and Polygon Window. It's a wonderfully emotive excursion all told; an impeccably produced and impressively sequenced set that should be considered a long lost classic of '90s electronica.
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Cat: EST83 08. Rel: 21 Feb 18
  1. Always Late (3:12)
  2. Typical Weekly Funk (4:24)
  3. Always Hate (4:45)
  4. Cruising The Rubber (4:01)
Review: Stallone The Reducer is becoming rowdier by the release and, in so doing, is also opening the doors of electro to a whole new audience of avid 12" junkies. Out through his own Est.83 imprint, always a wild and raucous platform of sounds, the Reducer touches down with four menacing slices of neuro-funk, starting with the harsh snares and deathly distortions of "Always Late", followed by the more sinister, prowling tones of "Typical Weekly Funk". "Always Hate" rolls and unwinds its muscly groove with pure evil at its core, and "Cruising The Rubber" gives a nod to electro's industrial connection - sounding strangely similar to some classic Throbbing Gristle pieces! Heavy gear...
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  1. Succisa - "Velamen" (4:18)
  2. Martial Canterel - "Larktro" (6:06)
  3. Alonzo - "Mile Marker 84" (3:22)
  4. BPMF - "Stoopid Triques" (5:17)
  5. AFQ - "Eleusinian Blade" (5:33)
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VARIOUS
Cat: SUNCTION 043. Rel: 13 Dec 17
  1. Civil Defence Programme - "Wrong Diagnosis" (2:40)
  2. Morah - "Learned Robot" (2:58)
  3. Beau Wanzer - "Dead Heads" (2:42)
  4. Celldod - "Pulsdisco 1.2" (5:33)
  5. Ceramic Hello - "Sampling The Blast Furnace" (4:30)
  6. Digital Poodle - "Soul Crush" (Manie Sans Delire Revision) (5:07)
  7. June - "Idealized States Of Perfection" (3:37)
Review: Some 14 years after volume three first appeared in stores, Suction has decided to re-launch its Snow Robots compilation series. Happily, the quality threshold remains as high as it was first time around. The seven tracks feature a mixture of metallic electro, fuzzy minimal wave and industrial electronica, with occasional inspired forays into tongue-in-cheek electro-disco (Ceramic Blast Furnace's "Sampling the Blast Furnace" - sample lyric: "pouring passion down your throat like concrete") and druggy, ultra-muscular Italo-disco ("Pulsdisco 1.2" by Celldod). It's naturally far more killer than filler, with notable contributions from Mr Reliable himself, Beau Wanzer and former Berceuse Heroique artist Morah.
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Anghila (heavyweight vinyl 12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: NOUSWS 3. Rel: 21 Nov 19
  1. Anghila (7:53)
  2. Spirituale (8:31)
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  1. Jon The Baptist - "Hear No Evil" (4:21)
  2. Maahrt - "Davardage" (5:34)
  3. Stove - "Chief Of Nine Sisters" (6:45)
  4. Yssue - "Doesn't Mean Alive" (5:30)
  5. Yaws - "Avantex" (5:16)
Review: KUMP's second multi-artist extravaganza - the Lyon-based label's first such exercise for two years -brings together tracks from a quintet of eccentric experimentalists. Clanking, horror-inspired creepiness is provided from the start via Jon The Baptist's lolloping "Hear No Evil", while those looking for some chugging, mid-tempo dancefloor sleaze should make a beeline for Maahrt's "Davardage". Elsewhere, Stove's "Chief of Nine Sisters" is an industrialist's take on tropical music with a suitably pagan twist, and Yssue and Yaws' contributions both sound like contemporary re-inventions of Nitzer Ebb style electronic body music (albeit with a touch more inherent looseness).
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Mad System (12")
Cat: IT 044. Rel: 04 May 20
  1. Shaketown (4:55)
  2. Chi Boost (6:07)
  3. Bengel Mode (5:16)
  4. Outside (4:58)
Review: In recent times the Zenker Brothers seem to have spent more time running their inspired Ilian Tape imprint than they have producing music. While we'd hardly criticize their choices - Ilian Tape goes from strength to strength - it's certainly good to have them back. The Munich-based siblings begin their first outing of 2020 with the melodious, far-sighted electro shuffle of "Shaketown", before wrapping mangled, mind-altering electronic riffs around a crunchy techno groove of "Chi Boost". "Bengel Mode" sees the siblings successfully combine alien-sounding riffs with a denser techno rhythm track, while closing cut "Outside" is a sparkling trip into hypnotic, slow-release ambient techno territory with nary a kick-drum in sight.
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