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Elektroworld
Elektroworld (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: CCC 035LP. Rel: 13 Dec 18
  1. Future Tone (5:52)
  2. Perpetual Motion (6:27)
  3. Japanese Elecktronics (6:14)
  4. Check Mate (4:51)
  5. Mystery World (5:04)
  6. Silicon Valley (4:14)
  7. Midnight Drive (5:51)
  8. Thermo Science (6:45)
  9. Stun Gun (5:36)
  10. Floatation (5:51)
  11. Time Tunnel (4:01)
Review: Since its initial release on Warp Records in 1995, the Elecktroids sole album has become one of the most sought-after electro sets around, with original vinyl copies changing hands for vast sums online. This is with good reason, of course: not only is "Elektroworld" a brilliant album, but also the (un-credited) work of the late, great Drexciya member James Stimson. The set itself is a tribute to Kraftwerk, with Stimson and his mysterious associates delivering ear-catching blends of punchy, "Computerworld" style electro beats, funky basslines, spacey sounds, ear-catching melodies and, on some of the eleven tracks, vocals. It's much more "pop" than your average Drexciya-related project - in terms of its' richness, warmth and accessibility, at least - but still weighty enough to sound suitably heavy on club soundsystems.
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Gespielt von: Mark Forshaw
 in stock $23.05
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SA 002
SA 002 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SA 002. Rel: 10 Dec 18
  1. Osc 1 (7:14)
  2. Trust In You (6:59)
  3. Beneath The Ice (6:21)
  4. Blood Moon (6:29)
Review: Subconscious Algorithms kicked off with the dulcet tones of Norken, and now turns its attention to another champion of the UK underground in the form of Derek Carr. There's much to draw parallels on between the artists, as they both explore the outer realms of expressive, delicate and most importantly melodic electro, with Carr sounding especially harmonious on the intricate programming of "Osc 1". "Trust In You" is a more angular, acidic affair still steeped in Motor City soul, while "Beneath The Ice" takes a lighter, almost synth-pop indebted approach. "Blood Moon" rounds the record off in a swirl of twitchy drums and lingering strings.
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 in stock $8.90
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Neptune's Lair
Neptune's Lair (2xLP Nachpressung)
Cat: TRESOR 10129L. Rel: 10 Dec 18
  1. Intro: Temple Of Dos De Agua (1:02)
  2. Andreaen Sand Dunes (6:15)
  3. Running Out Of Space (1:54)
  4. Universal Element (2:00)
  5. Habitat 'O' Negative (5:17)
  6. Funk Release Valve (3:10)
  7. Organic Hydropoly Spores (2:10)
  8. Draining Of The Tanks (2:44)
  9. Surface Terrestrial Colonization (7:00)
  10. Oxyplasmic Gyration Beam (4:21)
  11. Triangular Hydrogen Strain (3:58)
  12. Bottom Feeders (3:28)
  13. C To The Power Of X+C To The Power Of X= MM= Unknown (2:38)
Review: After Clone's series of Drexciya compilations, it seems that Tresor have decided the climate is right for them to reissue some of the material that Gerald Donald and James Stinson committed to tape for them. Following the Hydro Doorways EP that surfaced earlier this month, Tresor finally unleash the double LP edition of Neptunes Lair, generally regarded the pinnacle of electro long player. Neptunes Lair is a landmark piece of music - 21 tracks of exploratory electronica from 1999, excavated from the Tresor vault. Original pressings of this album still fetches a tidy dollar on Discogs, so the current generation of Drexciya advocates with this lacking in their collection are advised to investigate post-haste!
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 in stock $18.09
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Forest Canopy EP
Cat: SUBWAXEXC 1208. Rel: 11 Dec 18
  1. Tranquille (6:14)
  2. Arbour (6:53)
  3. Nocturnalism (6:44)
  4. Araya (7:14)
Review: Still basking in the positive reviews that poured in for his recent debut album "Luminous Air", Simon Keat brings his Reedale Rise project to Subwax's Excursions offshoot for the very first time. Warm, melodious and far-sighted dancefloor futurism is the game, with the Liverpool producer playing it like a pro. Check out the gently pulsing acid lines, starry-eyed chords and bubbling deep electro vibes of "Tranquille" and the riff-heavy rhythmic snap of "Nocturnalism". There's much to get the juices elsewhere across the EP, though, with the deep chords, life-affirming futurist electronics and bustling breakbeats of "Araya" hitting home particularly hard. In a word: superb.
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 in stock $11.52
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Cong Burn 04
Cong Burn 04 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CB 04. Rel: 10 Dec 18
  1. Flaty - "Clearences" (5:22)
  2. Lack - "Multiplier" (6:43)
  3. Chekov - "First Thought" (5:46)
  4. Martinou - "Guide Pattern" (7:04)
Review: The quality of the Cong Burn releases shows no signs of slowing as they reach their fourth volume, rounding off a sterling year for the label. Russian producer Flaty makes an appearance here with the metallic, motorik electro of "Clearences" before Lack slows things down with the clanky funk of "Multiplier". Chekov has a more full bodied techno sound to impart, using spacious sound design to create a rich and immersive modernist jam, while Martinou completes the set with a subtle, shuddering and shimmering effort that dips below the radar of dancefloor convention to achieve a more subliminal effect.
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 in stock $8.38
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ZMNT 001
ZMNT 001 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ZMNT 001. Rel: 10 Dec 18
  1. The Return (5:26)
  2. Higher Level (6:27)
  3. Enter Mars (8:25)
  4. Circle Of Power (4:49)
Review: Kluentah, one half of Fallbeil, has brought gutter-dwelling electronics to labels like V I S, New York Haunted, Return To Disorder, Mannequin and Sisters before now, so there's no doubt in the clout this particular nightcrawler possesses. On this latest release for new label Zement the mood is as sinister as you would hope, leading in with the sleazy electro noir of "The Return" before slipping into the mucky industrial thump of "Higher Level." "Enter Mars" is a snarling acid stomper engineered to nail you to the spot in the toughest of ways, and "Circle Of Power" ends proceedings on an ominous, tracky note for the post-apocalyptic party people to get all end-of-days to.
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Kinematics
Kinematics (12")
Cat: CPU 01000011. Rel: 13 Dec 18
  1. Abstract Model (6:09)
  2. Kinematics (6:02)
  3. Extraction (6:23)
  4. VR Escort (5:22)
Review: Given that Jensen Interceptor is a Central Processing Unit regular, it's little surprise to see him return to the Sheffield label with Assembler Code in tow. The two are regular studio buddies and have previously released collaborative EPs on Boysnoize, Cultivated Electronics, Private Persons and Mechatronica. This time round they're in full-on dancefloor electro mode, gleefully sprinting between dark, angular and angry fare (punishing but brilliant opener "Abstract Model"), rush-inducing peak-time anthems (the glassy-eyed, fuzz bass-driven bliss of "Kinematics"), Drexciya style workouts ("Extraction"), and buzzing, late night contortions ("VR Escort"). In other words, it's another killer collection of cuts that should be on every electro head's shopping list.
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 in stock $8.38
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In Not
In Not (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MSQ 004. Rel: 10 Dec 18
  1. Der Letzte Schrei Sein (5:21)
  2. Schnell Ausser Kontrolle (4:27)
  3. Rapid Eye Movement (3:51)
  4. Parasomnia (5:25)
Review: Having cut their teeth on crucial releases for Lux Rec, Pinkman, Broken Dreams and more, Savage Grounds come to Mosaique with more of their dark, spiky industrial and minimal wave deviations. The pair are more than qualified, with Daniele Cosmo being the Lux Rec boss and CCO being a veteran of the punky underground techno scene. This latest release matches up to what they've achieved so far, with "Schnell Ausser Kontrolle" especially standing out with its chunky, forward-thrusting synth hooks matching edginess with catchiness in a most artful of ways. There's plenty of lo-fi experimentation going on, not least on the dystopian gurgle of "Parasomnia", to keep all denizens of the night shocking out under the moon.
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 in stock $8.38
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Funk Over Egypt
Funk Over Egypt (7" Nachpressung)
Cat: TBE 703. Rel: 13 Dec 18
  1. Funk Over Egypt (4:22)
  2. Robots (4:35)
Review: Future funk king Temu lays down two deliciously juicy covers for Tugboat Editions. Synth-slapping, talkbox-tickling raw funk, first up is a cosmic twist on The Jones Girls 1981 soul jam with lavish lolloping beats and big woozy chord changes. Flip for the funkiest rendition Kraftwerk have ever experienced; listen to his expression and inflection... Few men have ever worked a talkbox with such finesse. Incredible.
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 in stock $10.47
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Destination Other (ERP mix)
Cat: GH 06. Rel: 05 Dec 18
  1. Mihara (6:49)
  2. Destination Other (6:59)
  3. Shambala (ERP remix) (6:38)
  4. Shambala (5:31)
Review: The second part of Garage Hermetique's ongoing trawl through the archives of Kirk Degiorgio's acclaimed As One project offers up some classic, previously album-only tracks from 1994 and '97. First up is "Mihara", a wonderfully spacey, positive and dreamy fusion of elongated synth chords, funky, Clavinet style motifs, rich bass and skittish, Detroit-influenced drums. Deep breakbeat-techno cut "Destination Other" showcases two of Degiorgio's primary influences - namely jazz-funk and Motor City electro - while "Shambala" (B2) is a breezy, attractive and aesthetically pleasing chunk of techno/electro fusion. Fittingly, Convextion man Gerard Hansen dons his E.R.P alias to deliver a 2018 update of the latter track, in the process turning it into a warm, yearning and loved up chunk of deep electro full of lilting melodies and drifting pads.
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 in stock $12.06
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Terminal Madness
Cat: PH 82. Rel: 30 Nov 18
  1. Terminal Madness (6:38)
  2. Hands Inside The Car (7:03)
  3. Vodonik (6:48)
 in stock $9.96
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Where Is My Prisma?
Cat: WWM 005. Rel: 11 Dec 18
  1. Where Is My Prisma? (5:55)
  2. FlashBacks (5:41)
  3. Causal Inference (5:51)
  4. Mind Scapes (feat Cosmic JD) (6:04)
Review: Riccardo Piazza and Re-Up's When We Met label draws down the curtain on a hugely successful first year via a rock solid label debut from sometime Variable Records artist Martin Chicaiza. He sets the tone via the heavy bass, off-kilter tech-house drums and wonky deep space electronics of "Where Is My Prisma?", before showcasing his admirable acid/electro fusion skills on the mind-altering madness of "FlashBacks". Over on side B, "Causal Inference" offers a tasty combination of darting synth-funk bass, tech-house aesthetics and deep house pads, while Cosmic JD hook-up "Mind Scapes" reminded us a little of late '90s UK and U.S tech-house, which is no bad thing.
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 in stock $12.57
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MonoTrax Volume 1
MonoTrax Volume 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MON 017. Rel: 12 Nov 18
  1. The Advent & Zein - "Eye's Of Envy" (5:49)
  2. Exzakt - "Kreep" (5:59)
  3. 214 - "Crouch & Turn" (5:41)
  4. EggFooYoung - "Bass2Large" (3:20)
Review: Exzakt continues to forge one of the purest totems of classic electro with his Monotone label, and indeed his own output. The latest release is a various artists EP which perfectly sums up everything Monotone is about. The Advent leads the way with the dark, melodic "Eye's Of Envy," produced alongside Zein, before Exzakt himself drops a taut and wiry dancefloor bomb in the shape of "Kreep." 214 fires up the B side with the edgy, minimalist thrust of "Crouch & Turn," before EggFooYoung makes a surprise return to the fray with the more Miami-flavoured stylings of "Bass2Large," a slower, dirtier jam with low end frequencies to get the whole club freaking.
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Gespielt von: Ali Renault
 in stock $8.90
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Dead Eyes Opened
Dead Eyes Opened (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: DE 070. Rel: 12 Dec 18
  1. Dead Eyes Opened (6:30)
  2. Bullet (2:45)
  3. Mount (2:16)
Review: Ahead of two albums worth of Severed Heads reissues on the excellent Medical Records, their West Coast compadres Dark Entries present a 12" edition of what is perhaps the band's most iconic track. One of three records due this month to celebrate Dark Entries fifth anniversary, this 12" is themed around "Dead Eyes Opened", perhaps Severed Heads' most iconic track and presented here in extended 12" mix version. Anyone with a passing interest in primitive electronics should be more than familiar with "Dead Eyes Opened" which sounds remarkably ahead of it's time even today. Both the B Side tracks from the original 1984 pressing make the cut too and Dark Entries have done a wonderful job in replicating the artwork too.
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 in stock $13.89
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Acid Cask 1: Pandemonium
Cat: WEME 051. Rel: 13 Dec 18
  1. Acid Consortium (6:10)
  2. Acid Fiefdom (3:39)
  3. Happy Doubts (3:44)
  4. Slimepit (7:05)
  5. Grand Marniacid (6:19)
Review: Serial TB-303 abuser Andy Jenkinson once again dons the now familiar Ceephax Acid Crew alias for the first of what we're promised will be a trilogy of "Acid Cask" EPs. If that is the case, then we're in for a treat, because "Acid Cask 1: Pandemonium" more than lives up to its title. Check, for example, the full-throttle acid techno insanity of opener "Acid Consortium", the ragged psychedelic TB-303 motifs and mind-altering aural textures of "Acid Fiefdom" and the sweaty assault on the senses that is "Slimepit", where creepy chords, mangled acid lines and foreboding electronics rise above a thunderous, redlined techno groove.
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 in stock $11.79
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Muestra (Roy Of The Ravers, Jamie Paton, Kris Baha remixes)
  1. Junior Fairplay - "End Of Love" (Roy Of The Ravers remix 2) (4:46)
  2. Freeform Five - "Throwing Stones" (Jamie Paton remix) (7:23)
  3. Red Axes - "Waiting For A Surprise" (Kris Baha remix) (7:21)
  4. Bal5000 - "Kids" (7:26)
Review: (Emotional) Especial heralds its 30th release with a killer package from an all-star cast that takes in label regulars and newcomers alike. The vibe starts heated and heavy with modern acid champ Roy Of The Ravers taking a blunt instrument or two to Junior Fairplay's "End Of Love," firing off the kind of bludgeoning b-line and fizzing drums that makes his direct approach to the dancefloor so potent. It's somewhat surprising to see Freeform Five pop up on this 12", but Jamie Paton's remix of "Throwing Stones" sounds utterly natural in the habitat - a brooding, simmering trip shot through with noirish synths. Kris Baha gets busy with Red Axes' "Waiting For A Surprise," twisting out an exotic bubbler perfect for the low tempo chugging crowd, and then Bal5000 wraps things up with the gorgeous electro-disco delights of "Kids".
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Gespielt von: Hammer, Ali Renault
 in stock $10.47
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Cruising
Cruising (12")
Cat: CPU 01000010. Rel: 22 Nov 18
  1. Cruising (5:50)
  2. Celular (3:54)
  3. Tunnel (5:24)
  4. #1#0#2 (5:17)
Review: Having spent the majority of his career serving up hits on Boysnoize Records, Berlin-based French producer Djedjotronic arrives on Central Processing Unit with his most electro-centric collection of cuts to date. Whereas much of his discography mines leftfield techno, EBM and new wave for inspiration, "Cruising" tips a wink or two towards the likes of Drexciya, Kraftwerk and Aux88. Much of the material on offer is dancefloor-centric in tone, with Djedjotronic peppering punchy beat-box rhythms with spacey synthesizer melodies, fizzing electrofunk bass, pulsating analogue riffs and dreamy, intergalactic chords. It's uniformly excellent, though if we had to pick two highlights we'd point you towards the synthesizer-heavy, funk-fuelled title track (think the Pet Shop Boys jamming with James Stimson) and the bounding, EBM-influenced dancefloor darkness of "Tunnel".
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Gespielt von: Jensen Interceptor
 in stock $8.38
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Subsonic Vibrations (reissue)
  1. Subsonic Vibrations (5:14)
  2. Parallax View (5:11)
  3. Loop 1 (0:18)
  4. Skin (4:21)
  5. Loop 2 (0:07)
  6. Loop 3 (0:07)
  7. The Last Days Of Skylab (6:54)
Review: Second time around for Ectomorph's brilliant "Subsonic Vibrations", which initially appeared as the first release on Interdimensional Transmissions back in 1995. It remains a killer EP full of dancefloor workouts (see the aggressive, rumbling bass and deep space rhythms of "Subsonic Vibrations" and "Parallax View"), locked-in DJ tools ("Loop 1", "Loop 2"), deeper excursions into mind-altering electro territory (the alien-sounding beat-box funk of "Skin") and fizzing, pitched-up, electro-funk (EP highlight "The Last Days of Skylab"). There's no filler or fluff, just high quality electro that still sounds like the future, 23 years after it was made.
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 in stock $11.52
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Vaxna
Vaxna (12")
Cat: DSR/X 16. Rel: 30 Nov 18
  1. Vaxna (6:18)
  2. Sepia (5:51)
  3. 25h (6:13)
  4. Versicolor (6:22)
Review: Some six months on from the release of an undeniably brilliant EP on Frustrated Funk, Samuel Van Dijk slips on his VC-118A guise for a first outing on Delsin. Opener "Vaxna" showcases his well-established dancefloor electro credentials, with the producer wrapping ghostly chords and foreboding noises around a decidedly Drexciya-style groove. Van Dijk goes deeper on the poignant, dreamy and melancholic electro shuffle of "Sepia", before opening side B with the intergalactic wooziness of "25H", where ethereal vocal samples and yearning chords drift across a deep space electro rhythm. Arguably best of all, though, is melodious and life-affirming closing cut "Versicolor", whose effortless beauty and emotive feel is matched only by the punchiness of the producer's beats and bass.
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 in stock $9.70
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Elektroworld
Cat: CCC 035CD. Rel: 13 Dec 18
  1. Future Tone
  2. Perpetual Motion
  3. Japanese Elecktronics
  4. Check Mate
  5. Mystery World
  6. Silicon Valley
  7. Midnight Drive
  8. Thermo Science
  9. Stun Gun
  10. Floatation
  11. Time Tunnel
Review: Since its initial release on Warp Records in 1995, the Elecktroids sole album has become one of the most sought-after electro sets around, with original vinyl copies changing hands for vast sums online. This is with good reason, of course: not only is "Elektroworld" a brilliant album, but also the (un-credited) work of the late, great Drexciya member James Stimson. The set itself is a tribute to Kraftwerk, with Stimson and his mysterious associates delivering ear-catching blends of punchy, "Computerworld" style electro beats, funky basslines, spacey sounds, ear-catching melodies and, on some of the eleven tracks, vocals. It's much more "pop" than your average Drexciya-related project - in terms of its' richness, warmth and accessibility, at least - but still weighty enough to sound suitably heavy on club soundsystems.
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 in stock $15.46
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From The Dark Vol 2
VARIOUS
Cat: CE 027. Rel: 22 Nov 18
  1. The Exaltics - "I'm There" (4:03)
  2. Maelstrom - "Red Squares" (7:27)
  3. Sync 24 X Privacy - "First Install" (5:36)
  4. VC-118A - "Machinarium" (5:39)
  5. Zeta Reticula - "Galactic Halo" (6:21)
  6. Ekman - "Shadows That Play" (4:25)
  7. The Operator - "Localhost" (part 2) (7:55)
  8. Obergman - "ESQ" (4:26)
Gespielt von: Jensen Interceptor
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Hypnagogia
Hypnagogia (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: LSR 012. Rel: 30 Nov 18
  1. Dopplereffekt - "Delta Wave"
  2. Objekt - "Ganzfeld"
Review: In something of a dream pairing for Leisure System, this split disc spans the old guard of electro and those well versed in pushing it into new contortions. Dopplereffekt is of course one of the most lauded of all post-Drexciya projects, and new material comes few and far between. "Delta Wave" is a lavish, sweeping wonder of celestial voices and sci-fi mystery that satisfies all your desires without sounding like a re-hash of old material. On the flipside Objekt has risen to the occasion and delivered one of his most outright electro-infused belters to date, keeping the beat rigid but funky, and working similar amounts of drawn out pads into the mix while keeping the crafty edits and playful sounds as limber as ever.
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 in stock $9.17
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Mission
Mission (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BAREC 006. Rel: 19 Nov 18
  1. -=UHU=- & Kan3da & Luke Eargoggle - "Vision Mission" (5:02)
  2. -=UHU=- & Rondo & Luke Eargoggle - "Uncode" (93 remix) (3:32)
  3. -=UHU=- - "Science Out Of Silence" (4:48)
  4. -=UHU=- - "Uncode" (4:22)
  5. -=UHU=- - "What Is Electro" (4:17)
  6. Obergman & Luke Eargoggle - "Press Play" (3:49)
Review: Blind Allies have been steadily amassing an impressive catalogue of various artists 12"s that plumb the depths of dirty, underground electro with a particular focus on their native Latvia. On this sixth installment the star of the show is -=UHU=-, a long serving electro warrior who has appeared on Body Control and International Deejay Gigolo Records in the past. There's plenty of collaborations, including partnerships with Kan3da and Luke Eargoggle, as well as solo -=UHU=- tracks, while Obergman and Eargoggle also team up for a tune. All in all, this is serious, gutter dwelling machine funk from a heavyweight cast that demands the attention of all discerning beat freaks.
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 in stock $9.95
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Artificial Sources EP
Artificial Sources EP (silver marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: EMCV 003. Rel: 14 Dec 18
  1. Esoteric Data (5:55)
  2. Myriad (6:00)
  3. Insecticide (6:16)
  4. Pulsar (5:32)
 in stock $8.91
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EYA 003
EYA 003 (hand-stamped heavyweight vinyl 12")
Eya
Cat: EYA 003. Rel: 20 Nov 18
  1. Nicolas Etorena - "Melosst" (6:53)
  2. Jacopo - "Marine" (7:20)
  3. Luca Piermattei - "Acoustic Atmosphere" (4:58)
  4. Manuk - "E5 Dreamers" (6:05)
  5. Jos - "Broken" (5:42)
 in stock $12.32
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Technosis EP
R&S
Cat: RS 1816. Rel: 07 Dec 18
  1. Non-Physical Friend (6:56)
  2. Axid Mundi (6:12)
  3. Special Access Programs (7:11)
  4. Sonnenrad (6:47)
 in stock $9.17
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From Sound To Silence 2
  1. Agents Of Time - "East Coast" (6:29)
  2. London Modular Alliance - "Buck One" (4:57)
  3. Jensen Interceptor - "Manix" (5:40)
  4. Golden Virgo - "Welcome To My World" (7:24)
  5. Hiver - "Stasys" (6:43)
  6. Orbe - "Never Comes" (6:32)
  7. Laguna - "Adriatic" (6:35)
  8. Kris Wadsworth - "Abroad" (5:12)
Review: For its seventh release, southern Italians Obscura Music return to welcome exciting new talents and core label acts. Head honchos Agents Of Time venture down an electro route with "East Coast", as do the ever impressive London Modular Alliance on the hypnotic "Buck One". Man of the moment Aussie Jensen Interceptor channels classic Drexciyan aesthetics on "Manix" before homeboys and label staples Hiver come through with the slinky and hypnotic tech house of "Stasys" and Detroit veteran Kris Wadsworth makes a surprising appearance with some slow burning minimalism displayed on closer "Abroad".
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Gespielt von: Posthuman
 in stock $15.99
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TOPP 005
TOPP 005 (limited hand-numbered LP)
Cat: TOPP 005. Rel: 06 Dec 18
  1. Track 1 (2:04)
  2. Track 2 (5:35)
  3. Track 3 (3:21)
  4. Track 4 (1:04)
  5. Track 5 (6:25)
  6. Track 6 (5:25)
 in stock $20.44
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The Bass Academy Vol 3
The Bass Academy Vol 3 (transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: THEBASSACADEMYVOL 3TRANSPARENT. Rel: 12 Dec 18
  1. Exzakt - "Interground" (6:29)
  2. The Dexorcist - "Test Drive" (5:30)
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Moving Forward
Cat: SPTM 001. Rel: 11 Dec 18
  1. MMMM (5:24)
  2. Freestyle 808 (6:46)
  3. Santeria (4:46)
  4. See Saw (7:03)
Review: Venetian imprint Where We Met is proud to present its new sublabel Spaziotempo. The first release is from the Minneapolis techno legend Freddy Fresh of Analog Records/Howlin' fame. it's a banging record with funky 808 rhythms and acid melancholic melodies, great for peak time action and for your listening pleasure. Features retro style techno jams like "MMMM" and "Santeria" which will appeal to fans of sounds coming out of Berlin and Frankfurt at present (think Time Passages, Traffic etc), the only thing is these jams were served up by a true originator! Elsewhere on the EP, deep, meditative electro is also catered to on the the cruisy B side cut "See Saw".
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Diminuendo
Diminuendo (12")
Cat: PH 79. Rel: 12 Oct 18
  1. Diminuendo (7:01)
  2. Hyper Detail (4:35)
  3. Light Of Falling Rain (6:30)
  4. Time Marked Its Irregular Pulse In Her Eyes (2:18)
Review: One of the standout cuts from Daniel Avery's superb Song For Alpha album, "Diminuendo", gets a deserved single release. The title track - an alien-sounding chunk of psychedelic darkroom techno made in collaboration with recent Tresor signing Manni Dee - kicks off the EP, before Avery serves up a trio of previously unheard workouts. The first of these, "Hyper Detail", is a weighty chunk of creepy and intense techno propelled forwards by thunderous beats and wickedly wild TB-303 acid lines, while B-side opener "Light of Falling Rain" is an equally trippy slab of wonky electro/modular techno fusion. Closer "Time Marked Its Irregular Pulse In Her Eyes", meanwhile, is the kind of twisted ambient - all barely decipherable electronic speech and spacey noises - that sounds like it was beamed down from another universe.
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 in stock $9.96
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8 Ball
8 Ball (12")
Cat: APRON 38. Rel: 25 Oct 18
  1. BLK808 (7:52)
  2. POT808 (5:52)
  3. Teer (6:59)
 in stock $9.96
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No Landscape (remastered)
No Landscape (remastered) (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: M 006. Rel: 06 Dec 18
  1. Een Drumcomputer En Een Synthesizer (5:14)
  2. Track 2 (5:38)
  3. Track 3 (5:51)
  4. Track 4 (4:50)
Review: Ronald Klaver aka Electronome had around half a dozen releases, broadcast sporadically between 1995 and 2000 on the likes of Viewlexx and Interr-Ference Communications. His debut release for the latter gets a re-issue on Dutch electro institution Murder Capital and it's about bloody time if you ask us! Don't get put off by the first title "Een Drumcomputer En Een Synthesizer" (as the track names are much more simplistic moving forward) but might we say that many a devoted electro-head has admired this underground classic for its raw and overdriven breakneck ferocity. "Track 2" is your more traditional, Kraftwerk influenced electro fair. "Track 3" is absolutely banging, moving back and forth from clattering broken beats and four to the floor stomp until "Track 4" closes this great release out in sci-fi ambient style.
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 in stock $9.43
34
Traveller
Traveller (clear vinyl 2xLP Nachpressung)
Cat: FS 011. Rel: 21 Nov 18
  1. Distant Signal (3:54)
  2. Second Light (5:19)
  3. Farhest Regions (5:16)
  4. Hidden Variable (5:33)
  5. Memory Fragments (2:06)
  6. Detached (4:36)
  7. Pod Bay 8 (5:53)
  8. Bipolar Bebula (5:44)
  9. Kernel Method (5:35)
  10. Deuteros (6:09)
Review: Finnish duo Morphology join Steven Rutter's FireScope Records for their fourth album, following up releases on Zyntax Motorcity, Central Processing Unit and Abstract Forms. The Traveller LP is a deep space transmission, reflected via an electronic music narrative. These hardware-derived jams direct from the duo's command center will take you on an intergalactic trip - right into the magnificent universe of Matti Turunen and Michael Diekmann. From the gloomy dystopian beats of "Second Light", the fierce electro bass futurism of "Hidden Variable" or "Kermit Method" and moments of pure bliss like on the ambient journey "Bipolar Bebula" - it's the usual standard of excellence that you'd expect from these true heroes of the electro sound.
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 in stock $23.85
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Palette EP
Palette EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BBR 15. Rel: 26 Nov 18
  1. Jayson Wynters - "Sherella's Kiss" (6:12)
  2. Duccio - "Absurdation" (5:33)
  3. Kiddmisha - "Healing" (5:33)
  4. Weakmassive - "Sjhue" (4:59)
Review: Owen Jay's Batti Batti label has carried a great selection of various artists releases throughout its back catalogue, and the tradition continues with this latest missive. The Palette EP kicks off with the ever-rising talents of Jayson Wynters, who plies a seductive strain of deep house on "Sherella's Kiss" that melts perfectly into the blissful, twinkling keys and gossamer percussion of Duccio's "Absurdation". Kiddmisha leads in on the B side with the sprightly electro of "Healing" before Weakmassive rounds things off with the mellow acid of "Sjhue," which matches a nagging 303 with sumptuous keys for a spine-tingling conclusion to a fantastic 12".
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 in stock $8.38
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So Right
So Right (12")
Cat: ZEN 12499. Rel: 30 Nov 18
  1. So Right (extended) (6:02)
  2. So Right (John Talabot Pressure dub) (9:07)
  3. La Ecstase (feat Lamusa II) (4:59)
  4. La Ecstase (feat Lamusa II - Silent Servant remix) (5:46)
 in stock $9.70
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Stories We Tell Ourselves EP
Cat: REKIDS 129. Rel: 08 Nov 18
  1. Nebula (4:10)
  2. Sous Les Etoiles (5:02)
  3. Stories We Tell Ourselves (6:46)
  4. Pink Moon (4:34)
Gespielt von: Sebo K
 in stock $9.17
38
Lost In The Woodland
  1. Lost In The Woodland (6:36)
  2. Beech Tales (part 1 & 2) (7:16)
  3. SAEP Research Institute (5:17)
  4. Brutal Drama (4:11)
  5. Red Maple (5:57)
  6. Sown (5:25)
  7. Iris Marsica Treatment (5:33)
  8. Bryopsida (The Way Out) (5:30)
Review: On his second Bordello a Parigi outing, Minimal Rome boss Heinrich Dressel has opened up the doors to his "analogue forest" (that's not a euphemism, by the way) and has invited us to get "Lost in the Woodland". It's an invitation worth taking, because there's much to enjoy throughout. Rich in throbbing analogue synthesizers, pulsating cosmic grooves, John Carpenter style melodic themes, Nacho Patrol-esque Afro-chug and sparkling, deep space instrumental synth-pop, it's an album that gleefully sidesteps convention in pursuit of ear-catching electronic gold. It achieves that, of course, and then some. Hacking through electronic undergrowth has never been so much fun.
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 in stock $13.11
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Ingalls Way EP
Ingalls Way EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIS 303. Rel: 23 Apr 18
  1. Potential Events (6:03)
  2. Windeye (4:51)
  3. Windeye (Radioactive Man remix) (5:14)
  4. Back To Sine (6:07)
Review: Chris Romans has been rolling out crucial electro jams for a number of highly regarded labels since the early 00s. Amongst them are Touchin' Bass, Shipwrec, Frustrated Funk and Central Processing Unit, so that tells you everything you need to know about the level he's operating at as 214. Now he comes to 20/20 Vision with some body-poppin' jams of the highest order, broadening the tech house label's remit to embrace the thriving electro scene with one of its most vital practitioners. "Potential Events" is a brooding, atmospheric affair while "Windeye" draws on a more playful, Detroit indebted palette of sounds. Radioactive Man remixes "Windeye" with a steady, finely detailed approach, and then "Back To Sine" finishes the record off with another snappy salvo of funky drums and bubbling synths.






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 in stock $8.38
40
Fresh Gildans
Fresh Gildans (12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: FIREC 026. Rel: 12 Sep 18
  1. Fresh Gildans (5:44)
  2. Solar Panel (3:41)
  3. Another Late Night (5:03)
Review: Next up with his take on the electro sound is Firecracker Recordings co-head Linkwood, who looks to Motor City greats like Drexciya and Japanese Telecom on the aquatic future-funk of "Fresh Gildans" which is quite majestic in all its soulful and bass driven feel. On the flip are two deeper and more introspective cuts, with the immersive "Solar Panel" going for a hypnotic ambient house vibe, or the sublime deep techno journey "Another Late Night" taking its cues respectfully from Detroit like on the previous side. Another great EP by this stalwart of the Scottish scene, which the label best describe themselves as designed for the dancefloor, the sofa and all points in between.
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 in stock $14.15
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A Piece Of Beyond
A Piece Of Beyond (limited 180 gram silver vinyl 3xLP + insert)
Cat: SUB 044. Rel: 23 Apr 18
  1. It Begins (4:57)
  2. The Stalker (8:19)
  3. Power Outage (6:23)
  4. The Chase (7:05)
  5. Dreamers 9 (5:27)
  6. All My Heart (7:48)
  7. Sweat (6:43)
  8. Freestyle (6:20)
  9. RIP (feat Aaron-Carl) (5:44)
  10. Lectronimo (5:15)
  11. Workings Of The Inner Circle (3:19)
  12. Tell The Story (8:19)
Review: Detroit techno hero DJ Bone is ever prolific these days, with his Differ-Ent alias releasing an epic triple LP release on Don't Be Afraid last year. A Piece Of Beyond marks the second DJ Bone studio album, and it finds him in an exploratory mood. "It Begins" is a unique exercise in synth wobbles and military drum programming, while "The Stalker" heads into the deepest and farthest corners of the quintessential Motor City techno sound. "The Chase" takes on a cosmic, break-infected stance that calls to mind spiritual jazz as much as techno, while there's more classic styles to be enjoyed on "Dreamers 9" and the absolutely stomping "Sweat".
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 in stock $23.05
42
Dancin'
Dancin' (7")
Cat: UPKY 9015. Rel: 16 Nov 18
  1. Dancin' (4:23)
  2. Sensual Night (3:25)
 in stock $20.18
43
A Brief History Of Lasers
A Brief History Of Lasers (hand-stamped 12" Nachpressung)
Cat: LWK 7. Rel: 08 Nov 18
  1. Parting Infinity (5:39)
  2. It Hurts To Ask (6:16)
  3. A Brief History Of Lasers (5:32)
Review: The Legwork crew is keeping tight-lipped about the identity of the "mystery artist" behind the Brother Nebula project, and the accompanying info sheet simply describes the record as being a collision of "rave" and "space-time". It's a fairly apt description, with bass-heavy opener "Parting Infinity" brilliantly joining the dots between late '80s UK grooves and the shimmering, intergalactic electronics of electro. Meanwhile on the B-side, the unknown Brother wraps dreamy pads and wonky electronic motifs around a thrusting early tech-house groove on "It Hurts To Ask", before doffing a cap to the retro-futurist dreaminess of Ex-Terrestrial on title track "A Brief History of Lasers".
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 in stock $10.47
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Techno Soul Vol 1
Techno Soul Vol 1 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DW 0013. Rel: 23 Jul 18
  1. Give It Up For My DJ
  2. Love Works
Review: Eddie Fowlkes is one of Detroit's finest, still working doggedly to push his own distinct spin on the Motor City sound. He's taking no prisoners on this latest 12" on his own Detroit Wax label, bringing a tough and righteous rhythm to the foreground on "Give It Up For My DJ" with some of those head-spinning melodic flourishes that are his trademark. "Love Works" is a crooked groover that piles the bass on generously and keeps the swing up high - if this one doesn't get bodies jerking then nothing will. No-one does it quite like Fowlkes, and he's on impeccable form here.
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 in stock $9.95
45
SP 005
SP 005 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SP 005. Rel: 19 Nov 18
  1. Nekhsa - "02_07_2016" (4:20)
  2. Nekhsa - "Hypnobeat2" (3:44)
  3. Nekhsa - "Look at dads new sl..." (4:37)
  4. Snake Charm - "119.94 Lock" (12:15)
Review: London label Spinning Plates has been doing some very interesting things over the past few years, just popping up occasionally to drop some on-point leftfield minimal grooves from lesser known names. The intrigue continues with the fifth release on the label, which features a return appearance from Nekhsa and a longform appearance from Snake Charm. Nekhsa's A side slides between skippy beat excursions, inventive acid electro funk and the reduced ghetto house pump of "Look at dads new sl..." Meanwhile Snake Charm stretches things out with the bubbling, trippy "119.94 Lock," which makes full use of an extended run time to patiently weave FX sends and subtle textures around an insistent, ultra-minimal beat.
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 in stock $8.38
46
Beast From The Middle East
Cat: LR 010. Rel: 13 Dec 18
  1. Beast From The Middle East (Skull Valley remix) (7:22)
  2. The Bombshelter Speech (feat DJ Emile- Recorded live At Acid Reign) (2:39)
  3. Beast From The Middle East (Straight From Kuwait mix) (7:22)
 in stock $9.17
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Sound Wave Killer EP
Cat: RMCE 0042. Rel: 04 Dec 18
  1. Sound Wave Killer (4:55)
  2. Cybortron's Revenge (5:06)
  3. Optimist's Theme (5:08)
  4. Matrix Werk (5:05)
 in stock $9.17
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Cabane 8
Cabane 8 (12")
Cat: 002 CAF?. Rel: 05 Dec 18
  1. Leather Jack (4:16)
  2. Rage Out (5:03)
  3. Wolfgang (4:36)
  4. Manifesto (4:11)
  5. Stuckist (5:01)
 in stock $11.27
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Working Class Woman
Working Class Woman (LP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 250. Rel: 05 Oct 18
  1. Your Biggest Fan (4:24)
  2. Work It (4:25)
  3. The Psychologist (4:41)
  4. Lara (3:08)
  5. Day Dreaming (4:13)
  6. The Tunnel (3:35)
  7. Workaholic Paranoid Bitch (4:51)
  8. So Right (5:07)
  9. Burn Me (5:16)
  10. La Chambre Interieure (3:02)
Review: Earlier in the year, modern minimal wave and coldwave hero Marie Davidson signed a high-profile deal with Ninja Tune. Here, she makes good on that contract, following a couple of killer singles with what could be her strongest album to date. After setting the tone with clandestine, tongue-in-cheek opener "Your Biggest Fan" - a creepy spoken word cut taking aim at stalker-line fans to the accompaniment of heavy analogue synth bass and creepy computer bleeps - Davidson giddily flits between elastic dancefloor workouts (the brilliantly sleazy "Work It" and mind-altering "Workaholic Paranoid Bitch"), attractive post-EBM instrumentals (the psychedelic and fizzing "Lara"), meditative ambient melodiousness ("Day Dreaming"), bizarre experimental weirdness (the suitable dystopian "The Tunnel"), and stylish analogue pop (the whispered vocals and off-kilter early morning funk of "So Right").
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 in stock $18.61
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2000-2005
2000-2005 (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
R&S
Cat: RS 1811. Rel: 16 Nov 18
  1. Kepler 186B (6:17)
  2. Approach (6:39)
  3. 99 Tricks (5:31)
  4. Lovely (9:31)
  5. Sad Piano (6:23)
  6. Creature (7:11)
  7. Portal Mover (6:30)
  8. Process 7 (5:10)
  9. Xten (6:57)
  10. The Fallen (8:17)
 in stock $23.05
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