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Boot Loop EP (reissue)
Boot Loop EP (reissue) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ELECTRIX 002R. Rel: 18 May 20
  1. Conduit
  2. Hashtag
  3. Conduit (Volsoc Orange Problem remix)
  4. Hashtag (Radioactive Man mix)
Review: Carl Finlow, aka electro main-man Silicon Scally, originally released the Boot Loop EP on Billy Nasty's Electrix label back in 2013 - an aeon ago in real terms but a blink of an eye to any electro devotee. Such is the quality of the music that it's well deserving of a repress, not least given the fearsome appetite for this kind of electro now compared to seven years ago. "Conduit" and "Hashtag" are quintessential Finlow cuts, wriggling and writhing with snappy sound design riveted to the machine funk rhythm section. On the flip, Volsoc's "Orange Problem" mix of "Conduit" slips a few more melodic elements into the mix, and Radioactive Man flips "Hashtag" into a gnarly, noisy workout bowling in from leftfield.
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Apparatus
Apparatus (140 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: VIS 317. Rel: 02 Mar 20
  1. Apparatus (6:10)
  2. Carbon Deposits (6:58)
  3. Bind (7:01)
  4. Components (5:20)
  5. Differential (6:01)
  6. Structure (6:34)
  7. Ampere (5:39)
  8. Viroids (6:48)
Review: There's no shortage of great electro around at the moment, but lest we forget Carl Finlow has been dishing out some of the finest for decades now. In many ways 20/20 Vision is his spiritual home too, so it's great to see him imparting his skills for a fresh long player of razor sharp body poppers loaded with robo-funk. From charging opener "Apparatus" to freaky wriggler "Carbon Deposits", restrained creeper "Components" to punchy melodic workout "Ampere", there's a lot to enjoy and so much musical detail to absorb across this record. As if we'd expect any less from Mr. Finlow.
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INNATE 003
INNATE 003 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: INN8 003. Rel: 13 Jan 20
  1. Perseus Traxx - "Drifting In Space" (5:15)
  2. Ewan Jansen - "Sinders" (6:06)
  3. Reedale Rise - "Coral" (5:30)
  4. Owain K - "Teifi" (5:56)
Review: After two stunning rounds that featured the likes of Mark Hand, Lerosa and A Sagittariun, Bristol label Innate returns with another various EP of advanced techno ruminations from emergent talent and established names alike. Perseus Traxx leads in with a dense and expressive body popper that channels a little vintage B12, while Ewan Jansen takes things deep and aqueous with the gorgeous "Sinders". Rising electro star Reedale Rise serves up more of his sleek and refined machine funk on "Coral", and label boss Owain K unfurls a shimmering blanket of melancholic house with the sublime "Teifi".
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Exit Planet Earth: Carbon
Exit Planet Earth: Carbon (140 gram vinyl 12" in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: EPE 01. Rel: 30 Mar 20
  1. The Hacker - "Positif/Negatif" (6:36)
  2. 214 - "Testy Robot" (5:53)
  3. Reedale Rise - "Lux" (5:51)
  4. Derek Carr - "The Gap" (6:22)
Review: 20/20 Vision have firmly gaffa taped their flag to the electro antennae with "Exit Planet Earth", a new compilation series celebrating veterans and newcomers in the business of tweaked out machine funk. The Hacker is up first with "Positif/Negatif", a rubbery, FX-laden workout with plenty of uneasy space around the core rhythm section. 214 follows up with the decidedly creepy, sound design-embellished "Testy Robot". On the flip Reedale Rise brings something a bit livelier with the plush synth flex pinging through "Lux". Derek Carr completes the set with "The Gap", a lush slice of melancholic machine dreaming for mellower moments.
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Zero Market EP (Etienne mix)
Zero Market EP (Etienne mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Eya
Cat: EYA 009. Rel: 11 May 20
  1. Silver Needle,Golden Pain (4:47)
  2. Noctivagant (5:49)
  3. Horiy Spokiy (5:49)
  4. Noctivagant (Etienne remix) (6:30)
Review: The heat just keeps coming from the EYA camp as they swiftly follow up LONEWOLF 003 with this crucial care package from Kiev's Zolaa. Moody atmospheres abound on the stripped and stalking electro opener "Silver Needle, Golden Pain" before giving way to the decidedly cheekier acid snapper "Noctivagant". "Horiy Spokiy" broadens the remit of the record too, taking on a widescreen sound that takes in rich layers of melodic counterpoint to create a vivid soundscape that still kicks in all the right places. Then Etienne drops in a remix for the B2 which shakes things up with some breezy, feel good chords to counteract the punchy thrust of the drums.
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Die Stimme Drangt
Die Stimme Drangt (fluorescent yellow vinyl 12" limited to 500 copies)
Cat: CITI 027. Rel: 11 Feb 20
  1. Die Dunne Hand (4:37)
  2. Auf Die Erde (6:25)
  3. Die Augen Gehen (5:28)
  4. Das Bild Das Wiederkehrt (5:52)
Review: Self-proclaimed "techno body music" duo Schwefelgelb seem a neat fit with Cititrax, the Minimal Wave sub-label set up to handle contemporary electronic music rather than reissues. There's something particularly muscular, robust and otherworldly about their label debut, which remarkably is their first EP of original tracks for two years. Opener "Die Dunne Hand" sets the tone, with the pair conjuring up a throbbing, mind-altering EBM-funk workout that sounds like an unlikely Nitzer Ebb cover version of the KLF's "What Time Is Love", while "Auf Die Erde" sees them wrap crunchy percussion and dystopian vocal snippets around a surging EBM bassline. Side B begins with the stripped-back metallic mutant funk of "Die Augen Gehen", before the duo dives into chugging, flash-fried industrial/electro/techno fusion on the mind-bending "Das Blid Das Wiederkehrt".
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Counterparts
Counterparts (2xLP)
Cat: DBC 001. Rel: 27 Jan 20
  1. Intel (6:41)
  2. You Don't Want None Of This (5:22)
  3. Moonwalker (5:03)
  4. Electro In Key Of Funk (5:14)
  5. Pothole Paradise (4:08)
  6. Manic (4:00)
  7. My Electro Visions (acappella) (2:06)
  8. Stereolized (6:13)
  9. My Electro Visions (5:31)
Review: One of the pleasing by-products of the recent electro revival has been the return of Aux 88, a legendary Detroit quartet whose armour plated, bass heavy take on the style made them one of Michigan's finest musical exports in the 1990s. "Counterparts", their first new album in ten years, is therefore big news. After opening with their warm, funk-fuelled take on Motor City techno - the sci-fi brilliance of "Intel" - the four-piece rushes through a range of killer, club-friendly electro jams in their trademark style (tough drums, funky bass, vocoder vocals). Highlights include the moody "My Electro Visions", the foreboding "Stereolized", the ghetto-tech influenced "Pothole Paradise" and the far-sighted, Cybotron-meets-Kraftwerk style goodness of "Electro In Key of Funk".
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Zona X
Zona X (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ISLA 20. Rel: 29 Apr 19
  1. Transhumano (feat ZDBT) (5:36)
  2. Anestesia General (6:31)
  3. Sin Sistema (6:19)
Review: Original music from Vancouver based producer NAP has been intermittent on the electronic music scene, but now the Isla boss has finally dropped a 12" of deadly, textured and fresh-sounding electro for our bodies and minds. "Transhumano" features ZDBT and has all the hallmarks of Stingray-friendly future shock machine funk, but the particular approach to pads and melodies has a distinctive, moody slant that chimes with the hazy sound of Canada's West Coast. "Anestesia General" is another needlepoint, uptempo workout that packs layer up on layer of darting rhythms and blippy synth lines into the mix. "Sin Sistema" completes the set with a more subdued but no less detailed box jam workout.
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Sonic Assault
Sonic Assault (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BAREC 010. Rel: 09 Mar 20
  1. Sonic Assault (5:42)
  2. Exoplanets (4:51)
  3. Sonic Assault (Docta Gee remix) (5:06)
  4. Black-eyed Humanoids (5:45)
  5. UFO Believers (5:44)
Review: Slovenian electro master Zeta Reticula has been on the rampage over the past few years, spraying machine funk bullets all over the shop on labels like Bass Agenda, Electrix and Mechatronica. Now the man otherwise known as Umek lands on the rapid-rising Latvian label Blind Allies with the first dedicated artist EP after a string of various artist 12"s. The vibe is nocturnal and noirish across these five bombs, staying true to both the Reticula sound and Blind Allies. There are plenty of playful synth blips and bleeps wriggling their way through the mix too - this is far from morose dungeon electro, but something more like mutant body poppers for darkened souls.
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Asimov's Code
Asimov's Code (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIS 316. Rel: 25 Nov 19
  1. Clandestine Development (5:10)
  2. Aegis (7:40)
  3. Lambda (7:18)
  4. Asimov's Code (6:36)
Review: Relentlessly prolific Boris Bunnik brings his electro-focused Versalife alias to 20/20 Vision, a label which has been excelling at a renewed focus on the sounds of electro in recent years. The 808 beats are crisp and snapping, like they should in proper electro, but the synths shape out the atmosphere in brooding, dystopian strokes shot through with a certain mournful quality. It makes for engrossing, emotionally charged material perfect for the dancefloor as much as headphone reveries - just flip to the gorgeous "Aegis" and feel yourself drift away to somewhere mystical in the far reaches of the future.
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Terminator
Terminator (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: EB 006. Rel: 14 Jan 20
  1. Terminator (4:21)
  2. Rough Cut (4:31)
Review: Kid Frost's "Terminator" might well have turned 35 this year, but it still sounds fresh and from the future. Often spoken about as a perfect track by real electro heads. It has sleek bassline sounds, a slick DMX beat and flawless Oberheim synth-pads all finished off with a self-built vocoder vocal. Kid Frost's MC work here is as good as any you will hear and helps this tight title track stand head and shoulders above many others. Flip-side "Rough Cut" is just as essential. This tidy 7" is limited so grab one before it's gone.
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Nervous Smile EP
Nervous Smile EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TS19 01. Rel: 07 May 19
  1. Nervouse Smile (7:13)
  2. Nervouse Smile (Acidulant remix) (5:09)
  3. Nervouse Smile (Alero May remix) (5:57)
Review: Transparent Sound label boss Orson Bramley steps up to his long-standing imprint with a new guise, Empty Orchestra, which showcases yet more of his crafty, delicately executed take on electro. "Nervouse Smile" is an impeccable study of the style, loaded with intricate machine funk elements from twitchy drum programming to ethereal pads, and of course a healthy dose of funk for good measure. As well as the original version, there are additional remixes courtesy of rising stars Acidulant and Alero May, the latter of which has an especially infectious bassline ripple and some smart key change moments for a dynamic end result.
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Radiant Process
Cat: LDR 22. Rel: 27 Jan 20
  1. Radiant Process (7:30)
  2. Idylle (6:04)
  3. Boston Dynamics (5:31)
  4. Basic Information (7:04)
Review: Cignol returns to Lunar Disko after his two outstanding EPs on the LDRX series. Four more electro-acid gems gravitating onto LDR from the futuristic world of Cignol.
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P
P (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CRTL 011.1. Rel: 08 Jun 20
  1. Xzomet (6:10)
  2. Darkanesthesie (4:32)
  3. Hostile Planet (5:04)
  4. System Down (4:30)
Review: After making a splash with releases on Twig and Lumbago, Raphael Beneluz brings his classy machine music to Cartulis with the P 12". Things get off to a pumped-up start with the dynamic, detailed thrust of "Xzomet" before the night draws in around the tastefully creepy workout "Darkanethesie". "Hostile Planet" opens up the B-side with more eerie atmospheres and stout box jam beats, and then "System Down" completes the package with another thumping tapestry of nervy acid and old-skool jack. For all the familiar touches, this is music dripping with personality and attitude, bottom-heavy and sure to devastation in the dance, real or virtual.



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Digital Card (Exzakt & BFX mix)
Digital Card (Exzakt & BFX mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MON 022. Rel: 26 May 20
  1. Digital Card (6:41)
  2. Digital Card (Exzakt & BFX remix) (6:05)
  3. Endless Clue (4:54)
  4. Message In Code (4:57)
Review: Electro titan Zeta Reticula, otherwise known as Slovenian hero Umek, is back with another salvo of heavy-hitting belters for your bag. "Digital Card" is a highly strung workout loaded with searing lead lines to stir up all kinds of intense emotions, which Exzakt and BFX rework into a bleep laden, low-blowing machine funk fest. "Endless Clue" finds Reticula amping up the dystopian theatrics even harder, while "Message In Code" takes a leaner approach with a mean tempered low-end synth and some gnarly acid to get you freakin' in all the right ways.

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Various Artists EP
Various Artists EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LL 001. Rel: 17 Feb 20
  1. V3000 - "The Man Who Belongs To The Horizon" (7:12)
  2. Alex Celler - "Rambutan" (7:05)
  3. Andre King - "Floating Sensation" (7:12)
  4. Unai Trotti - "Leon Y Cordero" (6:14)
Review: Lion & Lamb Records emerges from the London-based community of underground electronic heads orbiting the venue of the same name. Considering the quality of the events, you can drop the needle on this various artists joint safe in the knowledge the same high standards apply. The killer new project from Voigtmann, V3000 is up first with the ear-snagging machine funk of "The Man Who Belongs To The Horizon", before Alex Celler drops in some utterly cheeky, wriggling micro house naughtiness to add some spice to the after party. Andre King brings things back to an electro tip for the edgy sci-fi noir of "Floating Sensation" and Unai Trotti restores the balance with some boisterous 4/4 bleep business.
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Temporal Rift EP
Cat: OPIA 007. Rel: 21 Apr 20
  1. Solar Sound System - "K7" (5:12)
  2. Solar Sound System - "K7" (Nemo Vachez Transcendantal dance mix) (6:38)
  3. Solar Sound System - "CD-R" (4:25)
  4. Jimmy Batt - "Magic Garden" (5:27)
  5. PO - "On The Radio" (6:09)
Review: London-based label Opia turn their attention to Solar Sound System, who have a playful brand of electro to impart that manages to fuse kitsch '80s slap bass and classic sample stabs with immersive, expressive pads on the head-turning highlight "K7". Nemo Vachez does a great job of remixing the track before another original closes out the B-side - the pumped up roller "CD-R". Jimmy Batt pops up on the B side with the cheeky tweaking of "Magic Garden", and then PO rounds things off with the deep techno delights of "On The Radio".
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Extensions
Extensions (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HRM 003. Rel: 13 Jan 20
  1. Elevate (5:32)
  2. Toulouse (5:29)
  3. Employee (5:35)
  4. Refer (5:20)
Review: Following releases from Marquis Hawkes, Francis Harris and Hamatsuki, Georgia's Horoom label showcases some local talent. Gacha Bakradze is a rising talent on an international level, having recently appeared on Fever AM, but here he channels a sound that should find favour with fans of fellow Georgian talent HVL. Dubby atmospheres and snaking percussive rollers abound, with a hint of UK hardcore and jungle influence lurking in the middle distance but deployed with care. Subtlety is key here, as Bakradze unfurls immersive cuts with a restrained power to take the dancefloor to some truly transcendental places.
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What Is Your Name? EP
What Is Your Name? EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TS19 02. Rel: 07 May 19
  1. What Is Your Name? (vocal mix) (7:10)
  2. What Is Your Name? (instrumental) (6:02)
  3. What Is Your Name? (Acidulant remix) (6:41)
Review: The resurgent Transparent Sound outfit (made up of UK electro veterans Orson Bramley and Martin Brown) have been riding high since their classic "Punk Motherfucker" got picked up for a reissue from Pressure Traxx, finding favour with the Club der Visionaere set. They're back on their own label with a rich and plentiful EP loaded with robotic box jams, leading in with the dark and seductive body popping beatdown "What Is Your Name?". The vocal mix is killer, but there's also the added bonus of an instrumental take for those who prefer a pure machine sound. Acidulant also steps up with a blinding remix that does a great service to the original, threading some seriously nasty synth wriggles and wobbles into the mix.
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Modern Bliss
Modern Bliss (heavyweight vinyl double 12" + insert Nachpressung)
Cat: PE 011. Rel: 23 Jun 20
  1. Jungle In The City (6:36)
  2. Elevate (7:26)
  3. Modern Bliss (feat Ivy Barkakati) (5:35)
  4. Yo-Yo (5:25)
  5. That Track (Rewired mix) (5:53)
  6. Spiral (5:17)
  7. Total Eclipse (5:02)
  8. Eternal Lust (8:47)
  9. My Reality Cheque Bounced (feat DJ Zozi) (6:31)
Review: Over the last couple of years, Aussie Katie Campbell has delivered a string of well-regarded EPs and 12" singles steeped in retro-futurist flavours. Here she delivers here most expansive release to date, a double-pack that officially counts as the Roza Terenzi debut album. Her usual aural trademarks are all present - think deep bass, dreamy synths, fluttering electronic melodies, euphoric melodic motifs, breakbeats and bustling beats that are anything but conformist - alongside nods towards turn-of-the-90s techno, weighty electro rhythms and snappy, ghetto-house inspired workouts. It's undeniably a Roza Terenzi release, and there's enough variety - coupled with smart sequencing - to make it hang together as an album. Oh, and bass-heavy, Bleep-inspired closer "My Reality Cheque Bounced" is one of the best things Campbell has released to date.
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Zerstore Eine Stadt
Zerstore Eine Stadt (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: EFAE 008. Rel: 03 Feb 20
  1. Alles Was Du Hasst (6:54)
  2. Atomic Enigma (5:24)
  3. Zerstore Eine Stadt (feat Rosaceae) (3:59)
  4. I Dont Like Your Party (4:00)
  5. Dead Rat Under The Table (5:10)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: After appearing on Helena Hauff's Return To Disorder with the fiercely infectious "It's Alive!" 12", L.F.T. lands on Eye For An Eye with more gutter-bound sonics from the grungiest corners of the electro scene. There's as much noirish seduction as gnarly distortion going on throughout this deadly record, from the soundtrack steer of "Atomic Enigma" to the brittle minimal wave delights of the title track. Super punky and lo-fi in all the right places, this 12" once again confirms L.F.T. is one of the strongest voices dealing in DIY electro from the darkside.
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NYX Tape
NYX Tape (12" + insert)
Cat: DE 191. Rel: 07 Dec 17
  1. Red Axes - "5 Min" (feat CAR) (4:22)
  2. Red Axes - "NYX Tape" (feat Gina X) (6:47)
  3. Solid Space - "Destination Moon" (Red Axes edit) (5:37)
  4. X Ray Pop - "La Machine A Rever" (Red Axes edit) (5:08)
Review: There's much to admire on this latest 12" excursion from hard-working Israeli duo Red Axes. On the A-side you'll find two brand new collaborations, the most notable of which is "NYX Tape" - a clandestine, mind-altering chunk of minimal wave drug-chug featuring the distinctive spoken word vocals of original no wave star Gina X (she of "No GDM" fame). Chloe Raunet AKA C.A.R lends her similarly stylish spoken word vocals to the EP's other original production, the acid-fired electro filthiness that is "5 Min". On the flipside you'll find two tasty re-edits of tracks from the Dark Entries catalogue: a dub-tinged, dancefloor-friendly take on Solid Moon's spacey "Destination Moon" and a rolling, club-ready tweak of X-Ray Pop's quirky electronic bubbler "La Machine a Rever".
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Phasic Reflex (Roza Terenzi mix)
Cat: OYSTER 25. Rel: 19 Jun 20
  1. Phasic Reflex (8:07)
  2. MS-Plenty (5:03)
  3. A Realist's Realistic Reality (5:47)
  4. A Realist's Realistic Reality (Roza Realism remix) (7:06)
Review: Having previously impressed with some deliciously wide-eyed, mind-mangling missives on Salt Mines, Planet Euphorique and Craigie Knowes, Reptant pops up on Kalahari Oyster Cult with some similarly inclining late night workouts. Check first title track "Phasic Reflex", a bustling body-pop across intergalactic electro territory that flits between string-laden dreaminess and weighty, acid-fired wonkiness, before admiring the tighter electro bounce of the Egyptian Lover-ish "MS Plenty". Over on side B it's all about "A Realist's Realistic Reality", where Reptant's foreboding, spacey and Dexter-ish original version comes accompanied by a wonderfully melodious, breakbeat-driven electronica re-make by Roza Terenzi.

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The Quadra EP
The Quadra EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ORN 028. Rel: 18 May 20
  1. MACS0647 (7:55)
  2. The Quadra (8:36)
  3. The Haunting Circumstance (4:55)
Review: Miles Sagnia has a deep-rooted backstory in the UK underground techno scene. Under his own name and as Miles Atmospheric he's produced consistently compelling techno for labels like Finale Sessions, FireScope, Aesthetic Audio and Applied Rhythmic Technology. Such associations point to the soundworld Sagnia inhabits - a harmonically balanced strain of deep-diving brain food that favours expressive musicality and inventive programming over rigid functionality. Having previously appeared as Miles Sagnia on Ornate back in 2010, he returns to the label as Miles Atmospheric with three cuts that explore melancholic moods through artful interplay between beautifully rendered synth tones and intricate drum machine excursions. These tracks still move with purpose and presence, but the end goal is more cerebral than physical - a perfect fit for the immersive experiences Ornate has always strived to promote.



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Reptilian Magnetism EP
Reptilian Magnetism EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SALT 014. Rel: 09 Jan 20
  1. Ghost In The Filter (5:22)
  2. Time Blind (5:35)
  3. Shermanic Ritual (6:11)
  4. Reptilian Magnetism (4:40)
Review: Two years on from his last outing on Salt Mines under the Reptant alias, Aussie Lou Karsh rejoins the "lizard tech militia" (his words, not ours) and offers up a quartet of heavy electro cuts blessed with "Reptilian Magnetism". The pull is strong on "Time Blind", a jittery slab of acid-electro insanity that's wonkier than a ket-addled pensioner, while EP opener "Ghost In The Filter" manages to be both sleazy and spacey simultaneously. Elsewhere, "Shermanic Ritual" is a tougher (but arguably wilder) trip into paganistic acid-electro territory, and the title track successfully wraps glassy-eyed 80s synth-pop chords and bubbly electronics around a high-octane electro beat.
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Red Axes
Red Axes (LP + postcard)
Cat: DE 275. Rel: 29 Jun 20
  1. They Game (3:51)
  2. Zeze (3:42)
  3. Shelera (4:35)
  4. Hold (4:02)
  5. Sticks & Stones (feat Adi Bronicki) (3:48)
  6. Moonlight Ride (3:32)
  7. Break The Limit (3:50)
  8. Watching You (4:46)
  9. Brotherhood (Of The Misunderstood) (feat Autarkic) (4:07)
  10. Udibaby (feat Beatfoot) (3:11)
  11. Arpman (5:04)
Review: 2020 marks the tenth of collaboration for Red Axes, the Tel Aviv-based duo of Dori Sadovnik and Niv Arzi. Informed by post-punk, new wave, and a plethora of club sounds old and new, they have cleaved a singular path with their hefty discography. To celebrate their anniversary, they reunite with Dark Entries for an eponymous 11 track LP brimming with jagged guitars, spacy arpeggios, and hypnotic vocals. Although Sadovnik and Arzi have previously released LPs on I'm A Cliche and Garzen Records, Red Axes is their first effort written and conceived of as an album-length listening experience. This work flows effortlessly through a variety of stylistic detours, highlighting their ears as both keen listeners and skilled DJs. Opener 'They Game' is a grooving number that unifies the psychedelia of cosmic disco with the early 90s 'baggy' sound. The energy mounts further with "Shelera", a guitar-driven acidic banger, and "Sticks and Stones", a certifiable club hit fueled by sassy vocals courtesy of Adi Bronicki. Launching Side B is "Break the Limit", an EBM-laced number that wouldn't sound out of place on a Razormaid compilation. The following tracks wax moodier, with "Brotherhood (Of the Misunderstanding)" touching on darkwave territory. "Udibaby" and "Arpman" close out the album with their respectively dense and sparse takes on kosmische lysergia. Red Axes was mixed by Steve Dub and mastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios. The album's artwork starkly depicts the project's name in blood-red smear. Also included is a postcard with full credits and album art. It's rare one finds an album that so casually challenges classification while still being firmly rooted on the dancefloor.
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Barbary Coast EP
Barbary Coast EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ORN 027. Rel: 18 Nov 19
  1. Barbary Coast (6:45)
  2. Breath Control (6:34)
  3. Xingu (5:34)
Review: Reedale Rise is next up on Ornate Music, plying his trade in deep-diving techno and electro on a label that revels in such sounds. Following the trend set out by his turns on Hizou and Frustrated Funk, the pads shimmer and gleam while the leads dart nimbly around the tightly locked machine rhythms on these three extremely tasteful workouts. "Barbary Coast" is a mystical delight of a track that twinkles up top and hits hard down in the rhythm section. "Breath Control" is a more forward-thrusting 4/4 groover, while "Xingu" explores crafty 2-step funk with plenty more of that starry-eyed sci-fi synth play in tow.
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Artificial Dancers: Waves Of Synth
Cat: RHMC 005. Rel: 21 May 20
  1. Clan Of Xymox - "Stranger" (demo) (5:43)
  2. Det Gylne Triangel - "Maskindans" (3:42)
  3. Zahgurim - "The Living Room" (6:37)
  4. The Human League - "4JG" (4:00)
  5. Liaisons Dangereuses - "Dias Cortas" (live) (5:06)
  6. Sociedades En Tetra Brik - "Detector Martenot" (3:35)
  7. Batang Frisco - "Sewing Machine" (5:56)
  8. Chris & Cosey - "Hybrid C" (5:34)
  9. Im Namen Des Volkes - "Alles Ist Gewinn" (3:39)
  10. Stephen Huss - "Infinity Sign" (3:34)
  11. Richard Bone - "Alternate Music For The Hindenberg Lounge" (11:55)
Review: Recently Interstellar Funk (real name Olf van Elden) has used his Artificial Dance label to offer up a range of new and old tracks that doffs a cap to "wave" music - that hard-to-define, synthesiser-heavy style that first emerged at the turn-of-the-80s and has been evolving ever since. "Artificial Dancers", his first compilation, continues this trend by gathering together personal favourites and rarities that spans 40 years of wave music. It's a brilliant collection all told, with highlights including the moody dancefloor brilliance of Clan Of Xymox's "Stranger (Demo)", the Human League's exceedingly rare 1979 tribute to JG Ballard ("4JG"), a killer live recording of "Dias Cortas" by EBM kings Liaisons Dangereuse and the Norwegian eccentricity of Det Gylne Triangel's wayward post-punk synth-pop classic "Maskindans".
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Number One Slugger
Cat: BP 011V. Rel: 02 Apr 20
  1. Super (5:45)
  2. Slug (4:36)
  3. Salt (5:42)
  4. Fidelity (4:45)
  5. Stotch (6:43)
Review: In recent times, Bristol-based Banoffee Pies Records has edged further away from its disco and deep house roots towards a more forthright club sound rooted in breakbeat and UK garage. That trend continues on "Number One Slugger", the label debut from sometime Discovery and Scuffed artist Nikki Nair. He hits the ground running with "Super", a formidably sub-heavy affair that sits somewhere between electro, ghetto-tech and UKG, before reaching for the mind-altering electronics, weighty electro drums and ghetto-house style vocal samples of "Slug". In contrast, "Salt" peppers a sparse but cowbell-laden beat with echoing ragga vocal samples, while "Fidelity" wraps delay-laden metallic melodies around bustling electro beats and closing cut "Stotch" revolves around gorgeous chords and lilting, sun-speckled synthesizer melodies.
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 in stock $9.73
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Generator EP
Cat: CNSRM 003. Rel: 01 Apr 20
  1. Monochrome (5:12)
  2. Perimeter Inspection (4:16)
  3. Generator (4:21)
  4. Lateral Transfer (5:54)
Review: Having spent much of last year offering up collaborative EPs made in cahoots with regular studio buddy Jenson Interceptor, Assembler Code returns to solo action via a rock solid collection of cuts on Censor. The producer gets to the point straight away on "Monochrome", a dark, pounding and forthright chunk of intergalactic electro full of sweaty beats, bleeping melodies and raging bass. "Perimeter Inspection" is a more spaced-out but no less percussively punchy affair, while "Generator" is a high-octane romp that sounds like a lo-fi techno enthusiast's take on Aux 88. Closing cut "Lateral Transfer" takes a similar sonic approach, albeit at a slower tempo and with even more electronic fuzz.
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Computer World
Computer World (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: STUMM 307. Rel: 12 Nov 09
  1. Computer World (5:09)
  2. Pocket Calculator (4:58)
  3. Numbers (3:20)
  4. Computer World 2 (3:12)
  5. Computer Love (7:20)
  6. Home Computer (6:21)
  7. It's More Fun To Compute (4:15)
 in stock $21.31
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Si View EP
Si View EP (12")
Cat: CE 034. Rel: 05 Mar 20
  1. Linolium Or Cardboard (4:53)
  2. It Never Really Ends (5:01)
  3. Earthworms (5:52)
  4. Nocturnal Hikes (5:32)
Review: This seems like a marriage made in heaven. It sees electro scene stalwart 214 (AKA sometime Frustrated Funk, Touchin' Bass, CPU and Klakson contributor Chris Roman) pitch up on Cultivated Electronics for the very first time. There's a real sci-fi feel to proceedings, as if the cuts were created to soundtrack some neon-lit movie set in a dystopian future. If dancing through the apocalypse is your thing, check the fuzzy and forthright electro-funk of "Earthworms" and the punchy, Drexciya-on-Tatooine pop of "It Never Really Ends". Elsewhere, opener "Linolium Or Cardboard" mixes off-kilter electro beats with Mascara-clad new wave synth sounds, while "Nocturnal Hikes" is impressively weird and spaced-out despite its crunchy drums and weighty bass.
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Electro Techno EP
Cat: DBC 016. Rel: 01 Jun 20
  1. Electro Techno (5:10)
  2. Black Planet (3:32)
  3. Electro Techno (remix) (5:16)
  4. The Flight (5:06)
Review: A re-issued classic from the veterans of the genre, welcomed back via the Direct Beat Classics (DBC) label.
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 in stock $12.09
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Dark Phase Cycle
Dark Phase Cycle (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: GRFF 002. Rel: 30 Apr 20
  1. P.O - "Mother" (5:25)
  2. Solar Sound System - "Reveille Toi" (5:33)
  3. P.O - "I Don't Feel Anything" (2:19)
  4. P.O - "Pressure" (6:19)
  5. P.O - "Slomany" (7:19)
Review: The latest EP from Parisian electro stable Griffe is an undeniably expansive affair featuring no less than four original tracks by Pascal Ordioni AKA P.O and another from the Solar Sound System outfit of which he is a member. Ordioni's solo tracks are vibrant, pulsating and mostly melodious, with the acid-powered electro/techno fusion of "Mother" and similarly styled "Pressure" vying with stomping, EBM-influenced closer "Slomany" in the "most club-ready" track stakes. Elsewhere, "I Don't Feel Anything" is a bittersweet shuffle though '90s IDM territory, and Solar Sound System's "Reveille Toi" is a throbbing, bleep-laden chunk of intergalactic acid jack.
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 in stock $13.15
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Mad System
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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Food For Thought (HVL mix)
Food For Thought (HVL mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BAS 007. Rel: 11 Feb 19
  1. Food For Thought (6:14)
  2. Resist (6:00)
  3. Tuesday Blues (8:11)
  4. Tuesday Blues (HVL Wreckage) (6:00)
Review: Traditionally, Darko Esser's outings as Tripeo have tended towards the hypnotic and trance inducing. It's notable, then, that his latest EP - the first Tripeo 12-inch for 18 months - mixes things up a little. "Food For Thought", for example, fixes melancholic, Convextion style musicality to crunchy, EBM-influenced techno drums, while the fuzzy, dirt-encrusted "Resist" sees the producer give deep electro an angular, lo-fi makeover. "Tuesday Blues", meanwhile, sees him stack layer upon layer of positive electronic melodies atop rubbery, Afro-house influenced techno drums before Bassiani/Horoom resident HVL rounds things off with his skittish, breakbeat-powered revision of "Food For Thought", which sounds like a giddy blast from the past despite the poignant nature of Esser's melodies.
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Modular World
Cat: PBX 29. Rel: 04 May 20
  1. Modular World (4:27)
  2. Schematixs (5:30)
Review: After putting it on hiatus three years ago, Detroit electro legend Keith Tucker has decided to bring back the Puzzlebox label he launched with Anthony 'Shake' Shakir way back in 1995. He's at the controls for this comeback release, which astonishingly is also the sometime Aux88 member's first solo single since 2015. He kicks things off with "Modular World", a creepy but funk-fuelled slab of intergalactic electro that boasts whispered vocals, spacey sounds and the same up-tempo energy levels as Aux88's 1990s output. Over on the flip it's all about "Schematixs", a bleeping and unearthly affair that sits somewhere between Kraftwerk and Egyptian Lover.
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 in stock $12.61
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Tour De France
Tour De France (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + booklet)
Cat: STUMM 310. Rel: 12 Nov 09
  1. Prologue
  2. Tour De France (Etape 1)
  3. Tour De France (Etape 2)
  4. Tour De France (Etape 3)
  5. Chrono
  6. Vitamin
  7. Aero Dynamik
  8. Titanium
  9. Elektro Kardiogramm
  10. La Forme
  11. Regeneration
  12. Tour De France
 in stock $29.20
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Dimensional Shifting
Dimensional Shifting (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code) (1 per customer)
Cat: SOM 51. Rel: 25 Jun 20
  1. Temporal Matrix (1:18)
  2. Hologram Universe (4:10)
  3. Signal Filtering From Interstellar Noise (4:28)
  4. Encoder (4:05)
  5. Time Aperture (4:37)
  6. 3.26 Parallax Seconds (3:45)
  7. Search For Artificial Intelligence (2:31)
  8. Dimensional Shift (feat Paris The Black Fu) (3:27)
  9. Microwave Photon (3:31)
  10. Closing The EPR Bridge (2:53)
Review: Solar One Music's cofounder Robert Witschakowski and Dopplereffek's Gerald Donald return with another sauced out electro offering that takes you to another dimension. Their trademark sounds jump out of the speakers across four glorious sides of vinyl. The slipper baselines, the sci-fi motifs, the feeling of high speed space travel all define these cuts as you guide n bumpy beats or get lost in glistening synths. The duo first worked together a number of year ago but are still finding fresh new forms that make them as essential as ever.
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Cosmic Language
Cat: TRUST 037. Rel: 05 Mar 20
  1. Neogenesis (8:28)
  2. Cosmic Language (5:57)
  3. Recirculator (7:18)
  4. Gravitational Anomaly (6:32)
Review: Versalife is of course one of the many aliases of prolific Dutch artist Conforce. This one is reserved for club ready electro and comes on the Trust label out of Austria. As always these tracks are exquisite analogue explorations with multiple things going on a once, from burrowing basslines to squealing synths, bright, shiny pads to grittier drums. There is darkness on the opener "Neogenesis" before more celestial styles on "Cosmic Language." "Recirculator" drops into a thumping techno groove and "Gravitational Anomaly" steals the show at the end with its suggestive rhythm and lithe synth work.
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Cymatics Operator EP
Cymatics Operator EP (12" + insert)
Cat: RM 02. Rel: 24 Jan 20
  1. Silicon Scally - "Dust Biter" (6:48)
  2. Silicon Scally - "Lines Of Evidence" (5:54)
  3. Telephasycx! - "Disturbed State" (5:14)
  4. Silicon Scally - "Interactions" (7:04)
  5. Silicon Scally - "Quatermass" (5:21)
  6. Telephasycx! - "Ionic Factor" (5:26)
Gespielt von: Billy Nasty
 in stock $11.05
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Grey Skies In A Dear Green Place
Cat: DE 271. Rel: 02 Mar 20
  1. Puro (6:29)
  2. Acid Conversion 5 (6:03)
  3. Distant Past, Still In The Future (5:57)
  4. Craig's Wee Sweet Shop (6:30)
  5. Approach It Like A '90s DnB Banger (6:42)
  6. The Mouth From The South (4:52)
Review: "Grey Skies In A Dear Green Place" is the debut Dark Entries release from Fear-E aka Glasgow's Scott McKay. It comes after 10 years of hard hitting DJ sets and productions on labels like Dixon Avenue Basement Jams and is packed from to back with rib-rattling, foundation-shaking techno. There are raw jack tracks like "Acid Conversion 5", deep but frenzied bangers like "Craig's Wee Sweet Shop" and mechanical melodic explorations like "Approach It Like A '90s DnB Banger". There's even a bit of hyper speed electro in closer "The Mouth From The South" that shows another equally effective side to McKay's sound.
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 in stock $12.09
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Nuances De Nuit Vol 1
Nuances De Nuit Vol 1 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NUIT 001. Rel: 16 Sep 19
  1. DJ Steaw - "Vertigo" (6:01)
  2. Armless Kid - "Untitled" (5:49)
  3. T Jacques - "Context" (5:51)
  4. E Wan - "Twice" (6:44)
Review: New label Nuances de Nuit kick off in fine style with a various artists 12" that draws on some emergent names to lay out a vision of cross-style dance music that favours the deeper end of the pool. Things get going with an organ-rich house bumper from DJ Steaw that pumps in all the right places, before Armless Kid switches things up with an untitled slice of dynamic, richly layered electro. T. Jacques thumps out a crafty, swinging cut with techy inclinations and oodles of groove, and E. Wan takes things in a more linear, deep techno direction laden with gorgeous synth work and plenty of artful effects processing.
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Gespielt von: Pierre Codarin, Tilman, Tom Jay
 in stock $8.94
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Voom
Voom (12")
Cat: DE 268. Rel: 06 Dec 19
  1. Voom (5:07)
  2. Dosa (7:11)
  3. Mister Q (5:26)
  4. Prblems (9:48)
Review: Israel duo Red Axes land on Dark Entries with more of their brilliant guitar and synth fusions. "Voom" is a twitchy sci-fi kraut rock experiment that eventually erupts into a fantastic breakbeat while "Dosa" is layered up with comic drones and boarding baselines that pin you to the floor. There's a dark disco vibe to the crashing hits and menacing arps of "Mister Q" before analogue machine goes wild on closer "Prblems" with its twisted leads and detuned chords all growing increasingly unhinged. Diverse and electrifying club music as ever from this pair.
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 in stock $12.61
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Saturated Faces
Saturated Faces (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BAREC 011. Rel: 01 Jun 20
  1. SHE (6:07)
  2. SHE (NX1 remix) (5:59)
  3. Saturated Faces (5:24)
  4. Inevitability (4:52)
  5. Tagebuch (4:53)
Review: Blind Allies are an unstoppable force in the slimy underbelly of electro right now, and they're back with another shell shocker on the bounce from Zeta Reticula's "Sonic Assault". This time around Void Cells (Bristol-based Latvian producer Aleksejs Apolskis) makes a pointed return following the digital release Perception Model back in 2018. The drums rain down hard on this record, not least on punchy electro bruiser "SHE". NX1 offers up a rabble rousing techno twist on the original, before "Saturated Faces" opens up the B side with another fist-shaking slab of 4/4. Behind the grubby demeanour of the music lies some serious craft, making this a must-check for those looking in the more interesting corners of the electro boom.




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 in stock $10.52
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Connection Error
Cat: CKNOWEP 23. Rel: 07 Feb 20
  1. Ebony Starlight (4:41)
  2. My Secret Data (5:01)
  3. Metroid C64 (2:59)
  4. Connection Error (7:00)
  5. Votoms (5:52)
Review: Texas-based electro stalwart Cygnus first appeared on Craigie Knowes back in 2018 via a contribution to the Scottish label's third annual "War Child Fundraiser" release. Here he returns to the imprint for a label debut proper that also marks the prolific producer's first outing of 2020. There's much to enjoy amongst the five tracks, from the rumbling bass, 1990 style bleeps and gentle electro beats of "Ebony Starlight", to the sludgy experimental analogue wonkiness of "Metroid C64" and the bustling sci-fi funk of "Votoms". Arguably best of all though is "Connection Error", a delightfully positive, melodious and emotive club electro jam that's guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
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 in stock $10.78
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Red Pyramid EP
Cat: MTRON 018. Rel: 27 Mar 20
  1. Red Pyramid (5:37)
  2. Chemical Confidence (6:02)
  3. Anti Tune (4:35)
  4. Endless Octopus (5:30)
  5. Geister Fabrik (7:22)
Review: L.F.T.'s brand of electro is punked out and industrial, with flashes of acid and EBM toughening it further. The mesmeric lead on "Red Pyramid" is a brilliantly psychedelic one that morphs and contours before your very ears, turning your mind in on itself many times over. "Chemical Confidence" is as brash as the title suggest and "Anti Tune" is a skittish beat with real snap. The flip-side closes out with two angst riddled, fist clenching electro bangers. If you want to make a real impact on a dark, strobe lit club, look no further.
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 in stock $10.00
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Nightmares 2 Realities
Nightmares 2 Realities (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BA 102. Rel: 28 Feb 20
  1. Detroit's Filthiest - "My Soul To Take" (4:38)
  2. Detroit's Filthiest - "No One Can Hear You Scream" (5:12)
  3. Go Nuclear - "Torture Chamber" (Detroit's Filthiest remix) (5:06)
  4. Go Nuclear - "Torture Chamber" (4:56)
  5. Go Nuclear - "Rational Thort" (4:28)
  6. Go Nuclear - "Can't Stop A Feeling" (5:14)
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Panic Stations EP
Cat: CV 05. Rel: 02 Jun 20
  1. Panic Stations (6:02)
  2. Going Back (4:32)
  3. Alkane (6:12)
  4. Last Year's Model (4:51)
Review: If you only ever bought DMX Krew records, you could amass a pretty sizable record collection filled with high-quality releases. The Bedford-born producer is perhaps not as prolific as he once was, but the quality of his releases has never dipped. For proof, check his latest EP, which marks his first outing in Italian imprint Club Visions. He sets the tone with "Panic Stations", a melodious, jaunty and colourful skip through funk-fuelled electro territory, before reaching for the TB-303 acid lines on the Like Vibert-ish electro/acid house fusion of "Going Back". "Alkane" is a spacey, glassy-eyed chunk of retro-futurist acid house-meets-techno action, while "Last Year's Model" is a deeper stroll through warm and playful electro territory.
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 in stock $12.09
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Shaytoon
Shaytoon (LP + insert)
Cat: DE 277. Rel: 10 Apr 20
  1. Zendegi (intro) (2:58)
  2. Contamination (5:50)
  3. Hallucination Express (6:44)
  4. Coup D'etat (6:14)
  5. Consortium (5:40)
  6. Magma (5:43)
  7. Neophyte Delight (5:54)
  8. Rooz-e Marg (feat Sahra - outro) (3:54)
Review: While the cover may lead you into thinking this is another crucial cult drop from the forgotten '80s on Dark Entries, Sepehr Alimagham is in fact a contemporary cat operating out of San Francisco with a steadily swelling catalogue to his name. This album follows up a sizable EP for Berlin label Spe:c last year, and draws you in fast and effectively with its seductive brand of nightwalker electro. From the slithering drum machine beats to the artful reverb deployment, there's a tangible atmosphere Sepehr seems keen to draw you into - one where the streets are lit by flickering neon lights and disembodied voices echo down haunted alleyways. It's sinister, but not excessively gloomy - the kind of creepy electro that Dark Entries was built for.
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 in stock $18.40
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