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Exit Planet Earth: Nitrogen
Exit Planet Earth: Nitrogen (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: EPE 03. Rel: 23 Nov 20
  1. Radioactive Man - "One Out" (6:09)
  2. Annie Hall - "Invisible Dust" (5:10)
  3. Sansibar - "Tamagotchi" (7:28)
  4. VC-118A - "Moss" (5:55)
Review: 20/20 Vision continue to celebrate their renewed electro vigour with the third part in the Exit Planet Earth series, once again calling on a crack team of machine funkers to deliver the robo-goods. Radioactive Man is up first with 'One Out', which finds the original Lone Swordsman on impeccable form teasing and testing his rubbery synth flex around a needlepoint groove. Annie Hall follows up in fine style with the dreamy lilt of 'Invisible Dust', while Sansibar locks into something a little dirtier on the dungeon boogie of 'Tamagotchi'. VC-118A's 'Moss' completes the set in a spellbinding fashion, dropping the tempo for something a little more exploratory with plenty of mystical atmospheres and tweaked FX fills marking out an evocative soundscape.
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Gespielt von: Wes Baggaley
 in stock $11.08
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HEARLUCINATE 002 (Bum Jump/Tushy mix)
Cat: HEARLUCINATE 002. Rel: 16 Nov 20
  1. Ron Obvious - "Tugging" (Bum Jump mix)
  2. Ron Obvious - "Elixic 3"
  3. Tristan Da Cunha - "Bass Penetration" (Tushy dub)
  4. Freakenstein - "Thafonk"
Review: The second drop on Hearlucinate comes correct with some more of that nasty party-starting tackle you want to make sure you're packing in your utility belt. The 'Bum Jump' mix of Ron Obvious' 'Tugging' kicks off the A side with a cheeky swing, bendy acid line and nimble organ licks to give you a loose and lively 90s flavour, which carries on through to the break-speckled acid funker 'Elixic 3'. On the B side, Tristan Da Cunha gets locked into a tunnelling tech house shuffle with plenty of ruff n' tuff attitude on the 'Tushy Dub' of 'Bass Penetration'. Then Da Cunha dons his Freakenstein alias to slap down the body-poppin', bleep-tastic electro funk of 'Thafonk' for all the B-girls and B-boys.

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Global Darkness (reissue)
Cat: CREMECLASSICS 04. Rel: 26 Nov 20
  1. Electro Muzik (5:24)
  2. Interstellar Funk (5:08)
  3. Alien Life Form (3:50)
  4. Just Don't Understand (feat DJ K1 - bonus track) (4:41)
Review: As any electro-head will well know, AUX88 is one of the original Detroit pioneers. Back in 2008 he dropped this EP and now leading Dutch electro titans Creme Organization's Classics offshoot remasters it and reissues it complete with a bonus joint from DJ K1. 'Electro Muzik' is fierce from the off, with vocoded vocals and squelchy bass ripping up raw analogue drums. 'Interstellar Funk' is pure and perfect body music, with super-funk in the drum and bass combo and smeared sci-fi chords bringing all the feels. 'Alia Life Form' is another dark interplanetary trip then that DJ K1 tune 'Just Don't understand' locks you in a hall of reflective melodies and restless bass.
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Return To The Sentient City
Return To The Sentient City (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: SEM 069. Rel: 26 Nov 20
  1. Chain Of Memories (7:04)
  2. Ascendant Machines (4:42)
  3. Amphibious Architecture (5:43)
  4. Ubicomp Malfunction (7:00)
Review: Bleep43 crew member Emile Facey, aka Plant43, returns for one of his irregular conceptual forays on Svreca's Semantica Records. Continuing the theme of his previous two Semantica releases, the four strong suite of intense electro revolves around Facey's sonic travels through the imaginary Sentient City. If you have indulged in previous Plant43 output you will know the London artist possesses a masterful range and it's displayed wonderfully here. Opener "Chain Of Memories" combines ripples of richness with the instantly gratifying snap of 808 programming, whilst "Ascendant Machines" is a wonderful example of his ear for melody. B side opener "Ubicomp Malfunction" veers into alien territory whilst "Amphibious Architechture" offers a contemplative finale.
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System Shapeshift EP
Cat: CEE 04. Rel: 19 Nov 20
  1. Santiago Chile Arp Track (5:30)
  2. System Shapeshift (5:12)
  3. Live In Transnistria (4:46)
  4. TritonProOneS900 (7:11)
  5. My Dad Was A Lifeguard (7:16)
Review: There's no stopping Danny Wolfers, who has still managed to release two albums as Legowelt this year despite a raging pandemic and a crippling economic downturn. He's predictably on form again on his first outing for Lapsus offshoot C.E.E, giddily moving between a range of sparkling, synth-heavy outings that encapsulate all that is good about his analogue-rich productions. We're really enjoying opener 'Santiago Chile Arp Track', where sparkling electronic melodies and mind-warping TB-303 lines rise and fall above a jacking techno drum track, while title track 'System Shapeshift' is amongst the most psychedelic, punchy and potent electro tracks he's ever released. Also worth a look is the early Orbital-ish trip that is 'Live in Transnistria', not to mention the stuttering heaviness of strobe-lit acid onslaught 'My Dad Was a Lifeguard'.
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Club Fantasy
Club Fantasy (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AXS 2. Rel: 29 Jul 19
  1. Funtema (4:26)
  2. Klub Frimis (6:30)
  3. Teenage Club Fantasy (10:06)
Review: Frits Caroe, AKA Popmix, unleashes some fascinating sounds on his debut release, which should score with discerning listeners looking for those tracks that standout without making a scene. Occupying somewhere between deep house, IDM, slo-mo and techno, there's mass appeal here but with niche noises. 'Funtema' has one of those wasp-in-jar synth lines that threaten to drive you crazy, or at least send the dancefloor into a frenzy, but avoids all intensity, balancing things out with playful keyboards and expansive refrains. 'Klub Frimis' is more of a plodder, its stabbing low end and twisted glockenspiel chords inviting everyone to get stuck in. Closing out on 'Teenage Club Fantasy', a sparse, low tempo acid-inflected epic that never veers from the course it's sets out on, you can have a lot of fun with what's here.





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Targeted Individuals
Targeted Individuals (2xLP Nachpressung)
Cat: DN 01. Rel: 16 Nov 20
  1. Liquid Programming (6:07)
  2. Technology (3:47)
  3. My Mind (5:06)
  4. Meri (8:02)
  5. 4Digitghost (6:28)
  6. Kaista (6:11)
  7. Body Rock (4:35)
  8. Nochie (6:36)
Review: On his previous EPs and singles for the likes of Natural Sciences and Emotsiya, Vaseline Sunny Seppa AKA Sansibar has proved adept at delivering otherworldly, off-kilter electro that pairs icy melodies with warm chords, angular acid lines and beats that pop and crackle with giddy dancefloor intensity. "Targeted Individuals", his debut album, expands on this, in part by wrapping his futurist visions in emotive chord sequences, melancholic motifs and occasional bouts of paranoid intensity. It's a blueprint that guarantees far-sighted and ear-catching thrills, with the album's brazen club cuts - see the foreboding hustle of "My Mind" and deliciously Kraftwerkian "Body Rock" - being outnumbered by deeper, more contemplative compositions. Impressive.
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Vim & Vigour EP
Cat: ORSON 021. Rel: 22 Oct 20
  1. Mouth Lawson (4:49)
  2. Now Animate (5:31)
  3. Vim & Vigour (5:58)
  4. Vim & Vigour (Transparent Sound remix) (6:00)
Review: While it was initially set up as a vehicle for his numerous solo and collaborative projects (think Transparent Sound and Artificial Arm), Orson Bramley's Orson Records imprint has recently started showcasing releases from other like-minded artists. This EP comes from one such producer, some time I Love Acid, Balkan and Varvet contributor Ben Pest. He begins via the fuzz-fuelled, medium electro aggression of "Mouth Lawson", a genuinely twisted and low-slung treat, before exploring alien-sounding, minor key-heavy pastures on rave-ready follow-up "Now Animate". Pest's love of twisted TB-303 acid lines is explored further on EP highlight "Vim & Vigour", a track that's then taken to even greater peak-time electro heights on the accompanying Transparent Sound remix.
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Gespielt von: Jerome Hill
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Exit Planet Earth: Oxygen
Exit Planet Earth: Oxygen (140 gram vinyl 12" in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: EPE 02. Rel: 14 Sep 20
  1. Jensen Interceptor X Assembler Code - "Red Cell" (5:51)
  2. CKFT (Keith Tucker X Carl Finlow) - "Coder" (4:55)
  3. Voigtmann - "Subtopia" (6:07)
  4. Cignol - "51D" (5:13)
Review: 20/20 Vision's electro mission continues unabated with this second compilation drop in the Exit Planet Earth series. The record opens up with Jensen Interceptor working alongside Assemble Code for a darkside workout heavy on the details and rude around the low end. Carl Finlow and Keith Tucker form a mini-supergroup for a new partnership CKFT, displaying their formidable chops with the body-rocking dystopia of 'Coder'. Voigtmann keeps things closer to the 4/4 spectrum on 'Subtopia', but with plenty of machine funk tropes woven into the mix. Cignol completes the set with a widescreen sound that's steeped in emotion and sci-fi noir from a dazzling array of finely tuned synths (including some essential 303, of course).
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The Future Is Not What It Used To Be
  1. The Future Is Not What It Used To Be (5:20)
  2. Romance In The Old Country (4:47)
  3. Rising Sun (4:31)
  4. Adventures In The World Of Becoming (4:41)
Review: Jonny Dillon AKA Automatic Tasty lands on Central Processing Unit for the first time with an EP that is far from typical of the Sheffield label's output. While there are nods to the label's usual sci-fi electro sound, the majority of the tracks draw more influence from electrofunk and, more obviously, the deeper end of the 1980s synth-pop spectrum. For proof, check opener 'The Future is Not What It Used To Be', whose robotic vocoder vocals, chiming melodies and Chris Lowe style chord progressions gives the track an 'overlooked 1988 Pet Shop Boys B-side' kind of feel. Elsewhere, 'Romance in the Old Country' is atmospheric, warming and bittersweet, 'Rising Sun' is giddy and cheerful, and 'Adventures in the World of Becoming' sounds like a long-lost, late '90s Plone track.
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Intersect
Intersect (12")
Cat: STILLEBEN 058. Rel: 26 Nov 20
  1. Comprised Of Wires (5:03)
  2. Dream In Data (5:54)
  3. Frank (4:51)
  4. Quartz (4:49)
  5. Time Travel (3:45)
Review: Sweden's Stilleben is an all action electro label that for a third time - twice solo once as part of a VA - welcomes back IXRQ for five more fine excursions to distant astral worlds. The nimble bass and tinny hits of 'Comprised Of Wires' opens up in widescreen fashion and 'Dream In Data' follows a similar path, with melancholic pads draped over busy bass. The smooth cyber-funk continues on 'Frank' before 'Quartz' starts to get a little more introverted as life on planet earth grows an ever more distant memory. The best comes last though with 'Time Travel' being a bleeping, twitching brew of coruscated bass and bright synths.
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Safely Stowed
Cat: LYO 007. Rel: 30 Oct 20
  1. Safely Stowed (5:16)
  2. Never-Ending Fun (5:28)
  3. Master Slave (5:20)
  4. Master Slave (Anatolian Weapons Acid club remix) (5:53)
 in stock $13.29
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The Lone Wolf
The Lone Wolf (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: AH 007. Rel: 13 Nov 20
  1. Atomik War (8:14)
  2. Lone Wolf (6:37)
  3. Stolen Dream (6:31)
  4. UMANO (6:58)
  5. Intelligent Design (7:04)
Review: Massive synth action here from the man like Kid Machine as he follows up this year's earlier release Traditions 15 with the highly limited five-tracker 'Lone Wolf'. Hitting hard with the uplift, 'Atomik War' hits with such thrust you can hear the likes of Yazoo in the vibrant riff. Elsewhere 'Lone Wolf' takes us back to early German trance before 'Stolen Dream' and 'UMANO' dig deep into melodic synthwave with strong layers and harmonies. Finally we 'Intelligent Design' closes on a deliciously widescreen and slo-mo note. Only 300 pressed; you'll be howling if you miss this.
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Malmo Traxx 001
  1. Luke Eargoggle & Obergman - "Boltzmann Machine" (7:22)
  2. Dip Shim - "Vattendrag" (5:29)
  3. SPH Alliance - "Utvandringen Fran Lockarp" (6:20)
  4. Dip Shim - "Kultje" (5:12)
  5. Babylon Barseback - "Tillvarons Pissoar" (3:59)
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Cuts EP
Cuts EP (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: BREAKFAST 000. Rel: 09 Nov 20
  1. Loft Lunar (8:19)
  2. Tenebrosys (7:34)
  3. Slippery Master (7:30)
  4. Nautravellius (7:27)
Review: New London based imprint Breakfast Musik inaugurate their label with a release by Uruguayan talent Cosmonaut: not to be confused with the Ukrainian superstar DJ of the same name. Real name Fede Jorcin from Montevideo, these retro flavoured jams will appeal to fans of the current sound of Berlin, emanating from the headquarters of Cabaret, Libertine or My Own Jupiter. Starting off with the deep bleep techno of "Loft Lunar" sounding like classic Stasis, the four to the floor electro of "Tenebrosys" up next really gets the party started. On the flip, there's a mellower strain of electro on "Slippery Master" (that's more reminiscent of Gosub) while the closing track "Nautravellius" goes out with a right blast: featuring that syncopated bang and clatter of vintage drum computers assisted by the funk of classic acid sounds.
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1992-1999 Collection 1
1992-1999 Collection 1 (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: SS ONE. Rel: 03 Nov 20
  1. See You (5:41)
  2. Zoo Is Out (6:30)
  3. Electro (6:15)
  4. Under The Surface (5:58)
Review: For the first volume in the "Secret Sun" series, Open Channel For Dreamers offers up a first retrospective of Jeroen Borrenbergs' now sought-after work as Ballet Mechanique, all of which was originally released between 1992 and '99. First up is "See You", a cheery, bass-heavy electro track rich in cheery IDM melodies, which is quickly followed by the intergalactic ambient techno bliss of "Zoo Is Out", where mangled analogue bass and Black Dog style electronics buzz around a bustling dancefloor groove. Elsewhere, "Electro" is a razor-sharp, funk-fuelled electro-acid workout, while "Under The Surface" sounds like "In Sides"-era Orbital after a fistful of sleeping pills.
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Unseen Forces
  1. Lost Trax - "The Disruptor" (6:08)
  2. Ultradyne - "Dr Blowfins Experiment" (Xix mix) (6:35)
  3. Xternal Pulse - "Crossphaze" (3:31)
  4. Ultradyne - "Deconstructing The Immortals" (4:36)
 in stock $12.48
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Past Futures
Past Futures (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIS 321. Rel: 07 Sep 20
  1. Past Futures (5:19)
  2. Virtual Array (6:17)
  3. Gantm (5:21)
  4. Lessened By Lessons (4:47)
Review: Having established himself many moons ago on Alphabet Set, Cignol has gone on to become a firm fixture in the contemporary electro scene with drops on labels like Lunar Disko, Furthur Electronix, Seagrave and many more. Now he appears on 20:20 Vision with an EP that slots perfectly into the electro direction the label has been exploring in the past couple of years. 'Past Futures' pivots around a nagging acid line, a pitched-down vocal hook and an easy tempo, while 'Virtual Array' swerves for the plushest Drexciya-indebted territory. 'Gantm' brings forth more 303 action, matched with all kinds of other playful synth strokes and a tumbling beat. 'Lessened By Lessons' completes the set on a plaintive note, but with a similar palette of expressive synth lines and a keen sense of harmony powering the track.
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Arepa Con Aguacate
Cat: PLZ 015LTD. Rel: 09 Nov 20
  1. Famara Breaks (7:09)
  2. Arepa Con Aguacate (6:56)
  3. N64 (5:59)
  4. Black Belt (7:21)
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Machine Funk 2/12: Machine Wave
Cat: ER 00002. Rel: 12 Nov 20
  1. Machine Wave (7:28)
  2. The Kenji Corporation (5:24)
  3. Hypnotized (5:06)
  4. Xeli Code Breakers (2:50)
  5. Aurora Cyber Systems (6:00)
Review: In case you didn't know, Machine Funk is a twelve part project from Cygnus and Alek Stark, who are behind Fundamental Records, 808 Box, Electric Eclectics and now Electro Records. This second part offers more classic electro rooted in cyber-punk aesthetics and a utopian cosmic future. The analogue machinery shines through, the popping hits and sleek basslines all working their way into your psyche. The first two cuts are deep voyaging affairs with mind expanding synths, while the flip gets more aggressive on 'Hypnotized' and somewhere in-between on the twisted 'Xeli Code Breakers.'
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Neuromorphic Engineering Vol 1
  1. Reedale Rise - "Anatalia" (5:58)
  2. Darren Nye - "Beyond The Stars" (6:19)
  3. Mihail P - "Past Lives" (5:04)
  4. Spin Fidelity - "To Tha Outta Limits" (5:43)
Review: Get your magnons out for the dance... Magnonic Signals (the label who impressively sell their digital releases at L1000) return with their first V/A EP. Liverpool's Reedale Rise starts the show with the emotional bends and flutters of 'Anatalia' while Darren Nye maintains the emotive theme on the deeper, Detroitian 'Beyond The Stars'. Meanwhile on the B; Mihall P and Spin Fidelity (who both had the honour of being on the label's launch release last year) return with two more moments. Erring more on the side of techno 'Past Lives' struts with a strong 4/4 flare before 'To Tha Outta Limits' brings us home via the edge of the known electro universe. Show us some signal!
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Ghost Bubbles
Cat: TF 004. Rel: 12 Nov 20
  1. Diagnostic (2:50)
  2. Ghost Bubble (3:11)
  3. Deluge (3:04)
  4. Shiny (2:42)
  5. Water Ski (3:16)
  6. Headmounted Display (4:18)
  7. Vacuum Flowers (4:01)
  8. Juno Deep (4:37)
  9. Seems Reasonable (2:37)
  10. Suboptimal (4:14)
  11. Time Diffraction Effect (2:42)
  12. Lagrange Point (3:28)
  13. Mentosse (4:50)
Review: DMX Krew has had his own electro sound forever. He keeps on minding new veins within it each and every time he releases new music, which is pretty damn often despite how long he has been in the game. His latest is a double album on Terrestrial Funk that covers all aspects of his sound. There are playful melodies and squelchy bass on the opener but soon things move into more rugged dance floor territory on 'Ghost Bubble' while 'Deluge' keeps the spirit of Drexcyia alive. Brilliantly sci-fi in style, crisp in design and infectious in terms of its grooves, this is another master class from DMX Krew and his machines.
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STMO 001
STMO 001 (12")
Cat: STMO 001. Rel: 11 Nov 20
  1. Dagobert - "Step Into Darkness" (6:48)
  2. Dagobert - "EVA" (4:31)
  3. Dagobert - "These Two Seconds" (3:00)
  4. Kalson - "Stellar Frequency" (5:22)
  5. Kalson - "Interstellar Probe" (6:06)
Review: With its sights set on deep space, the Stellar Mode label launches via a tidy 12" featuring tracks from two vastly experienced electro artists. Hanover's Dagobert Howe handles side A, offering up two tracks that add starburst electronic melodies and moody chords to warped bass and skittish electro beats ('Step Into Darkness', 'Eva'), and another that explores symphonic synthesizer ambient ('These Two Seconds', which reminded us of the late, great Pete Namlook). Vladan Cvetkovic dons his familiar Kalson alias on side B, going deep into squelchy, spacey and surging electro territory on the tough-but-funky 'Stellar Frequency', before unveiling the warm, dreamy and downright delicious electro/broken beat fusion of 'Interstellar Probe'.
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19: The Mixes (35th Anniversary Edition) (Record Store Day 2020)
BMG
Cat: BMGI 6094189. Rel: 11 Sep 20
  1. 19 (12" mix) (5:10)
  2. 19 (Destruction mix) (6:56)
  3. 19 (The Final Story) (8:20)
  4. 19 (7" mix) (3:35)
  5. 19 (instrumental mix 1) (4:30)
  6. 19 (instrumental mix 2) (3:29)
  7. 19 (demo) (5:05)
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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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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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Stellarator Hyperway
  1. Anthony Rother - "Stellarator" (7:12)
  2. Anthony Rother - "Stellarator" (Plasma mix) (3:43)
  3. Sync 24 - "Hyperway" (4:20)
  4. Sync 24 - "Hyper Loop 1" (2:14)
  5. Sync 24 - "Hyper Loop 2" (2:08)
Review: Electro might be having a big moment in the spotlight but for Anthony Rother, it has been his way of life for decades. Here he serves up a crisp and kicking single 'Stellarator' that's built on booming analogue drums and has molten, Millsian melodies rippling through its core to mind altering effect. A Plasma mix makes even more of those magically modulated synths. On the flip, Sync 24 gets more aggressive with his frazzled 'Hyperway', which rough rides on slapping hits and alien synth life forms. Also included are a pair of tense, teeth clenching intergalactic electro loops.
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Life Cycles
Life Cycles (2xLP Nachpressung)
Cat: CE035 LP. Rel: 05 Nov 20
  1. Music Is Life (8:59)
  2. This Is Not (3:33)
  3. Electro Electrical Sounds (5:12)
  4. Vast (4:58)
  5. LU (5:05)
  6. Boogie Electro (4:58)
  7. Live@Motor 1998 (3:05)
  8. Stasis V2 (5:59)
  9. Panda J (5:10)
Review: In 1995, The Advent - then a duo, now the solo project of founder member Cisco Ferreira - released debut album "Elements Of Life". Unlike some of the Advent material that followed, it wasn't all hard techno intensity, offering up just as much hard-wired electro futurism. New album "Life Cycles" doffs a cap to that set both in style and presentation, though it's all-electro approach is arguably more sonically similar to 2003's "Light Years Away". Ferreira's take on electro tends towards the tougher end of the spectrum, with weighty basslines and industrial-strength TR-808 drums being peppered with spacey sounds, bleeping melodies and foreboding acid lines. It's aggressive and dystopian rather than deep and melodic, keeping dancefloors in mind throughout. Crucially, it's also really good.
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Archaea EP
Archaea EP (12")
Cat: MTRON 021. Rel: 30 Oct 20
  1. Archaea (5:02)
  2. Lest We Inhale (4:31)
  3. Lost Axis (6:05)
  4. Never Crash (4:35)
  5. Sdzet Drops (3:48)
 in stock $9.97
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Plooi
Plooi (12")
Cat: OYSTER 27. Rel: 19 Nov 20
  1. Plooi (6:58)
  2. Plooi (Oceanic remix) (5:30)
  3. Efbol (6:36)
  4. Eversines & RDS - "Missing" (mix 1) (7:00)
Gespielt von: Nachtbraker
 in stock $13.59
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Future Wounds
Future Wounds (green & orange splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: FS 023. Rel: 05 Nov 20
  1. Stop (Sync In) (7:21)
  2. Spatzunder (6:42)
  3. IRF4 (7:05)
  4. Coinc (5:45)
  5. Stop (2:20)
 in stock $14.15
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Hypnagogia
Hypnagogia (12")
Cat: LSR 012. Rel: 10 Sep 20
  1. Dopplereffekt - "Delta Wave" (5:44)
  2. Objekt - "Ganzfeld" (5:53)
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 $12.19
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Hive Mind
Hive Mind (12")
Cat: LOP 13. Rel: 07 Oct 20
  1. Safe (4:44)
  2. Rock It (4:47)
  3. Acqualunge (4:04)
  4. X Statione (4:59)
Review: Back in December 2019, Lunar Orbiter Program added Turk Turkleton to its roster via a fine split EP with fellow electro cosmonaut (and sometime Central Processing Unit contributor) Cyan85. Now they've given the mysterious artist a chance to shine via a debut solo EP. It's a quietly impressive affair containing four fine cuts, all of which boast stupendously sturdy drums and tons of intergalactic electronics. Our pick of a very strong bunch is 'Rock It', a throbbing peak-time workout smothered in undulating acid lines and razor-sharp electronic riffs. That said, there's plenty to set the pulse racing elsewhere across the EP, including chunky, funk-fuelled opener 'Safe' and rumbling Drexciya-esque closing cut 'X-Statione'.
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 in stock $12.48
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Machine Funk 3/12: Urban Living
Cat: ER 00003. Rel: 12 Nov 20
  1. 5-ME Kub JTL (6:11)
  2. Black Market Robotics (3:53)
  3. Vidiot (7:04)
  4. Urban Living (4:32)
 in stock $18.84
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A Sinner In The City
A Sinner In The City (limited 12")
Cat: ZORA 006. Rel: 26 Oct 20
  1. A Sinner In The City (5:32)
  2. Sucker's Drive (4:04)
  3. It Took A Minute To Realize (4:30)
  4. Questions & Answers (4:55)
  5. Silent Signs (4:03)
  6. Farewell Sunset (4:23)
Review: One half of Loop Exposure and long-time Rakya compadre, HDV releases his first debut solo on the French label and he's marked the occasion with a very special set. Each cut performed and recorded in one take direct from his live set up, 'A Sinner In The City' takes us on a trip through HDV's palettes from sublime, euphoric jacking highs ('Questions & Answers') to poignant emotional shuffling lows ('Farewell Sunset') via runaway late night acid house freight trains ('It Took A Minute To Realize') All analog, all dreamy and warmer than the summer we had taken away from us this year; every sinner is welcome in HDV's house.
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! low stock $14.15
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Escape The Future
Cat: NF 24. Rel: 27 Nov 20
  1. 100 Seconds To Midnight (5:30)
  2. Escape The Future (4:28)
  3. Pionners From Earth (5:06)
  4. Wormholes Through Space (2:29)
  5. Horizon Lost (4:42)
Review: New Flesh Records boss Umwelt returns with a searing new record that brings to a close the French producer's Future trilogy. It started back in 2015 with When Future And Past Collapse, then took in 2017's Encoding The Future on Shipwrec and still has lots to offer with this big finale. 'Escape The Future' is a haunting cut that keeps you on edge with its unsettling and glassy synths while 'Pionners From Earth' is slower, crispy and devastatingly final. There's more darkness from the depths of space explored on 'Wormholes Through Space' while 'Horizon Lost' kicks like a mule as it explores more contemplative moods.
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 in stock $9.97
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Density Wave
Density Wave (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PLANT43 001. Rel: 20 Jul 20
  1. Density Wave
  2. Dream Archive
  3. 21 Winters
Review: Plant 43 is the quintessential electro stalwart, truly immersed in the sound and forever finding new realms of inspiration within the well-worn formula. Following the largely ambient The Countless Stones album on his newly minted label, the man known as Emile Facey now switches stance for some propulsive excursions that will keep his ardent followers more than satisfied. "Density Wave" splits the difference between ethereal pad moods and bruising machine funk, while "Dream Archive" keeps things sparse, deep and heavy. "21 Winters" piles on some of the most dramatic synth work we've heard from Facey in a hot minute, bringing serious levels of bombast to the electro arena and retaining that distinctive edge we expect from a Plant43 record.




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2 EP
2 EP (12")
Cat: CONVERSION 02. Rel: 17 Sep 20
  1. 2.1 (4:04)
  2. 2.2 (4:10)
  3. 2.3 (5:13)
  4. 2.4 (6:26)
  5. 2.5 (5:51)
Review: Portugal's Conversion is the latest new imprint to chuck its hat into the ever growing electro pool. The label is run by an artist of the same name who is also known as Jorge Caiado, who runs the Carpet & Snares label and shop, as well as doing A&R for Chez Damier's cult Inner Balance Music. It's been two years since he serve up the first release but the wait was well worth it - these are five more tracks of serene and cinematic electro. There is sparse, ambient laced dreaming material, more driving and punchy dance floor tackle and futuristic soul searching of the highest order.
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 in stock $19.14
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Full Metal Junglist EP
Full Metal Junglist EP (hand-stamped 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: BE 004. Rel: 20 Nov 20
  1. Babylon (6:19)
  2. Full Metal Jacket (5:09)
  3. Ockham's Razor (6:20)
  4. Recovery (6:14)
 in stock $19.68
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Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe
Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 90R. Rel: 22 Feb 18
  1. Eye Contact (5:28)
  2. It's Your Love (7:29)
  3. Moonlight Rendezvous (7:04)
  4. You Said You Want Me (4:23)
  5. Let Me Be Me (3:32)
  6. Running From Love (2:38)
  7. Lifestyles Of The Casual (5:27)
  8. Sunrays (8:14)
Review: Last year, someone set up an online petition calling for Warp to re-release The Other People Place's brilliant Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe album on wax. Happily, Warp has responded to the strength of feeling from electronica fans - most of whom bristled at the high online prices for second hand copies - and re-pressed it. Drexciya man James Stinson's 2001 solo set remains a timeless electronic classic; a perfectly pitched and immaculately produced fusion of downtempo electro rhythms, spacey electronics and twinkling synthesizer melodies. In fact, you'll struggle to find a better electro album full stop, making this reissue an essential purchase for anyone not lucky enough to own an original copy.
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 in stock $21.34
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Confusion (remastered)
Confusion (remastered) (heavyweight vinyl 12" in embossed sleeve)
Cat: 019029 5665906. Rel: 02 Oct 20
  1. Confusion (8:03)
  2. Confused Beats (6:19)
  3. Confusion (instrumental) (7:12)
  4. Confusion (Rough mix) (7:43)
Review: Although the single that followed it, 'Blue Monday', remains New Order's most significant and influential club cut, 'Confusion' is every bit as impactful. It was recorded with Arthur Baker and John Robie, and mixed by John 'Jellybean' Benitez, and saw the Manchester band turn their hand to the then brand-new sound of New York electro. As this re-mastered reissue proves, the track still sounds superb, offering a unique mix of the band's usual hazy, post Joy Division guitars, evocative Bernard Summer vocals and ultra-tough beats from Baker and Robie. As it did first time around, the full-length mix (A1) comes backed by two dub-style club revisions ('Confusion (Instrumental)' and the sparse, effects-laden B-boy classic 'Confused Beats'), as well as the demo version (the 'Rough Mix').
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 in stock $10.82
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Techno Pop
Techno Pop (heavyweight vinyl LP + booklet)
Cat: STUMM 308. Rel: 12 Nov 09
  1. Boing Boom Tschak
  2. Techno Pop
  3. Musique Non Stop
  4. Der Telefon anruf
  5. House Phone
  6. Sex Objekt
  7. Electric Cafe
Gespielt von: Rising Sun
 in stock $21.07
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Electro Chill
VARIOUS
Cat: 337772 6. Rel: 02 Oct 20
  1. Kartell - "Pantera" (4:03)
  2. Fritz Kalkbrenner - "Back Home" (3:22)
  3. Young Franco - "Miss You" (3:03)
  4. Kazy Lambist - "Doing Yoga" (4:42)
  5. Jean Tonique - "Open Market" (feat Pink Flamingo Rhythm Revue) (3:28)
  6. Kidswaste - "Free" (4:08)
  7. Fakear - "La Lune Rousse" (3:42)
  8. Thylacine - "Saksun" (3:56)
  9. Maribou State - "Turnmills" (4:57)
  10. Zimmer - "Fire" (3:51)
  11. Rone - "Parade" (3:20)
Review: As part of Wagram's Vinyl Chill collection, take a deep breath and relax with this ultimate electronic selection titled Electro Chill - the perfect soundtrack for evenings with friends. Features the creme de la creme of modern electronica, with highlights such as Fritz Kalkbrenner's 2014 hit 'Back Home', soulful vocals and subtle electro house on Kazy Lambist's 2015 track 'Doing Yoga', the worlds of deep house and folk music collide in breathtaking fashion on Fakear's 'La Lune Rousse' featuring Deva Premal, and another worthy addition in the form of British wunderkinds Maribou State with their glassy-eyed and bittersweet "Turnmills' from a couple of years back.
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 in stock $11.92
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Communion EP
Cat: FR 054. Rel: 20 Aug 20
  1. Communion (Arcade mix) (5:39)
  2. Eltromat (4:52)
  3. Glycon (5:25)
  4. Temporeal (6:26)
Review: The long running Dutch stable Frustrated Funk serve up more of their irresistibly corrugated and coruscated grooves here, with Bitstream on the buttons. It's an Arcade mix of "Communion" that gets things underway with icy pads and dancing beats underpinned by booming bass. "Eltromat" is more turbulent, with galactic synth battles playing out over punchy broken beats. After the squelchy bass face meter that is "Glycon" comes "Temporeal", a more ambient laced beauty with far sighted pads and a real sense of cosmic adventure.
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 in stock $11.36
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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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 in stock $16.91
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Dormant
Dormant (12")
Cat: CPU 01011011. Rel: 08 Oct 20
  1. V Electro (6:00)
  2. Bode (6:28)
  3. Proximity Sensor (6:56)
  4. Dormant (5:49)
Review: Sheffield's Central Processing Unit has become a key home for Silcion Scally, the most prolific of all the aliases of Carl Finlow. This is his third outing on the label and another high class affair that ploughs fresh electro ground. Opener 'V Electro' has a dark bassline and super crisp drums. There is a much more unhinged mood to 'Bode,' a jam with ADHD and multiple personalities. 'Proximity Sensor' is the sound of the computers taking over, with squelchy bass and jittery grooves, while 'Dormant' closes with a dystopian atmosphere and layer upon layer of intergalactic energy all vying for attention.
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 in stock $8.86
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Trans Europe Express
Cat: 16301/CAP 16301. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. Europe Endless
  2. The Hall Of Mirrors
  3. Showroom Dummies
  4. Trans Europe Express
  5. Metal On Metal
  6. Franz Schubert
  7. Endless Endless
 in stock $16.07
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The Men You'll Never See Part 2
Cat: CWCS 010. Rel: 12 Nov 20
  1. Get Up (live At The MAP Lounge) (4:52)
  2. Other People (5:05)
  3. Can't See Us (4:12)
  4. Programming (4:09)
  5. Keep Hanging (4:10)
  6. Out With Tha Old (4:12)
Review: Second time around for D.I.E's The Man You'll Never See Part 2, a near legendary set of bustling, funk-fuelled electro cuts that first surfaced on Clone back in 2003. This new edition includes five of the EP's six original tracks, replacing "Space Travel" with the similarly sought-after "Programming" - a Drexciya-esque workout rich in fizzing drum machine beats, rumbling sub-bass and deep space acid lines - which originally appeared on 2002's Keep Hanging EP. It remains a superb set of tracks, all told, with the Motor City duo flitting between deep and melodious cuts ("Other People"), vocal-laced Cybotron tributes ("Keep Hanging"), decidedly intergalactic fare ("Out With Tha Old") and quirky, glassy-eyed gems ("U Can't See Us").
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 in stock $11.64
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The Unseen
The Unseen (12" Nachpressung) (1 per customer)
Cat: CWCSXMAP 002. Rel: 12 Nov 20
  1. Never Ending Beats 2 (2:48)
  2. R U Married (4:25)
  3. Not R Fault (live version) (4:02)
  4. Let Yo Body Rock (4:07)
  5. Bass (4:48)
  6. My House (4:54)
 in stock $12.48
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Original Not Crispy
Original Not Crispy (double 12")
Cat: TWR 05. Rel: 17 Sep 20
  1. Hands Behind Your Back (4:01)
  2. Undefeated (4:30)
  3. Hot Cheetos (4:47)
  4. Blaxploitation (4:47)
  5. Dis N Dat (4:10)
  6. Let Em Burn (3:32)
  7. Legend In The Hood (3:30)
  8. Late Night Soiree (4:41)
Review: Motor City artist Detroit's Finest doesn't do things by half - his electro is turbo-charged, with big booty bass and rave sirens underlining hard raps and streetwise swagger. He now finds himself on Casa Voyager outta France, laying out a double 12" vision that is varied and vital. After the urban opener 'Hands Behind Your Back' that is all about snapping snare loops and impromptu block parties, 'Undefeated' veers towards jungle madness. There are also sci-fi excursions, sample heavy and jazz tinged rollers like 'Blaxploitation' and pure ghetto bangers in 'Dis N Dat'. This one might be the mysterious producer's best yet.
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 in stock $25.79
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