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Peace Of Mind EP
Peace Of Mind EP (hand-stamped 12" Nachpressung)
Cat: XDSR 5. Rel: 30 Jul 20
  1. Peace Of Mind (Electrosoul)
  2. Tone
  3. Contact
  4. Signifier
Review: Chuck 'em in a black bag and give 'em a blotchy stamp. That's Delsin's modus operandi when it comes to re-releasing their favourite older material. And following their re-up of Son.Sine's beautiful Upekah 12", Claro Intelecto's first ever release makes its way on to the prominent Dutch label, a solid decade after it was first released on the now defunct Ai Records. For that 'must have' feeling "Tone" is the track you want to hear first; a gnarly acid work out of Drexciya-influenced techno that's been dragged through the mud and sounds all the better for it. Before that though there's a deeper and electro-leaning "Peace Of Mind (Electosoul)", and while "Signifier" mirrors it somewhat, it's deep house that's pure as the driven snow. And if you needed any more proof that Intelecto is the master of a phat-bassline, look no further than "Contact".
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Shat Pop
Shat Pop (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LWKMUS 008. Rel: 28 Jan 19
  1. Shat Pop (Saldes mix) (5:58)
  2. Shat Pop (Flood1 remix) (6:03)
  3. Shat Pop (Electro mix) (5:52)
  4. Shat Pop (Ambient mix) (5:54)
Review: Lustwerk Music presents a mysterious new entity known simply as The Fock. With little to no background information, this record stakes its own claim within the Galcher-verse by offering up a range of mixes of "Shat Pop." The "Saldes Mix" is a proper immersion heater of cerebral techno, while the nervy, stomping "Flood1 Remix" is credited to White Material regular Young Male. The "Electro Mix" has a squelchy, boogie-inflected palette offset by woozy atmospherics, and the "Ambient Mix" unsurprisingly does away with the drums and drifts in limbo with a disembodied tannoy announcement for company.
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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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Voltmeter EP
Voltmeter EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: IIIR-VI. Rel: 22 Jul 19
  1. Tool Box (5:53)
  2. Purge The Urge (6:04)
  3. Blue Eyes (5:45)
Review: The III Rivers crew have put out some serious heat since first transmitting out of the Manchester underground back in 2013. Kvetch X, also known as Voiceless and Ekeko, has been spotted on labels like UntilMyHeartStops before, so you know this chap knows his chops in the studio. Here he's in full deviant machine mode, swerving from the swinging, strafing thrust of "Tool Box" to bugged out boxy techno workout "Purge The Urge" before landing on the wave-riding arp beast "Blue Eyes" that courses through the B side like a noirish B-movie soundtrack joint on uppers, downers, laughers and screamers.



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Dystopian Future II
Dystopian Future II (limited 12")
Cat: BLKMUSIC 007. Rel: 01 Aug 20
  1. Dynamo (6:23)
  2. Syndrome Of You (6:17)
  3. Ionide In My Head (6:21)
  4. Acid Rain (6:31)
Review: The 8th release on BLKMARKET MUSIC is the second part of Dystopian Future series on the label. Samuel Jabba, one of Bogota's finest locals, takes a more four on the floor approach with Dystopian Future Part II. We will let the music do the talking. We are thrilled to have this follow up EP as our next release.
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HEARSE 003
HEARSE 003 (screen-printed 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: HEARSE 003. Rel: 28 Jul 20
  1. Exzakt & BFX - "Raw" (5:23)
  2. Kluentah - "Jungle Juice" (6:44)
  3. Luke Eargoggle - "Olympia" (5:36)
  4. Amboss - "I Want To Live In My Car" (6:03)
Review: Hearse's third transmission is as strong as their previous two. It's a fine gathering of dark electro cuts from a varied but vital crew and starts up with Miami's Exzakt & BFX collaborating on the rough around the edges "Raw." Hamburg's Kluentah then goes hard with "Jungle Juice," which is frosted and tense, and then acid madness comes to the fore on Luke Eargoggle's "Olympia." Syncoatped kicks are pile don top of each other and freaky vocal apparitions appear on Amboss's closer "I Want To Live In My Car" making this a beguiling listen indeed.
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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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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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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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The Film Just Breaks
The Film Just Breaks (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 017. Rel: 06 Jul 20
  1. Empty Nest Syndrome (5:00)
  2. Naive (4:16)
  3. Can't You See (5:34)
  4. Rebel Faction (6:11)
Review: Nite Fleit has had a barnstorming couple of years with drops on Planet Euphorique and Unknown To The Unknown, a team-up with Mall Grab on Looking For Trouble and now this rabid electro stormer on Helena Hauff's Return To Disorder label. Compared to some of the grungier, punk-inflected electro you'd expect to find on the label, this is bright, bold, big-room stuff with plenty of ravey motifs to move large masses of bodies. "Empty Nest Syndrome" is hyped up to 11 while "Naive" pivots around a hard as nails electro beat. Watch out for the mad arps on "Can't You See" and "Rebel Faction" too - they're gunning for your cerebellum and you should take heed.
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Fieldwork EP (reissue)
Cat: LDR 1010. Rel: 07 Jul 20
  1. Field In The Morning (5:14)
  2. Field In The Afternoon (4:25)
  3. Field In The Evening (5:52)
  4. Field By Night (4:20)
Review: As Jonny Automatic Tasty Dillon prepares to release his sixth studio album A Farewell To Reason, Lunar Disko take us back to 2012 and one of Jonny's many discographical highlights "Fieldwork". An EP of four stages, the concept takes us across the day using Foley sounds. "Field In The Morning" is a bright, bouncy piece dusted with birdsong, "Field In The Afternoon" is a warmer, more energetic piece of acid house, all bleepy and relentless with its rolling drums, "Field In The Evening" brings a more sobering reflective note while "Field By Night" climaxes with an intense acid rave-up, like all the best days spent in fields should. Eight years old but still as timeless as ever, Tasty has always lived up to his name.
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Targeted Individuals
Targeted Individuals (2xLP Nachpressung)
Cat: DN 01. Rel: 05 Aug 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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Electronic Travellers
Electronic Travellers (red vinyl 12")
Cat: FUND 022. Rel: 04 Aug 20
  1. Ecosphere (6:30)
  2. Magical Forest (5:30)
  3. Flying Cosmonauts (5:50)
  4. Electronic Matter (5:48)
  5. 10,500 Miles (5:29)
  6. Safe Travels (6:19)
Review: Two and a half years have passed since the tragic passing of Maltese electro producer Rhys Celeste AKA Microlith. He's missed badly by those who knew him, particularly fellow Maltese artist - and regular studio buddy - Keith Farrugia AKA Sound Synthesis. Here Fundamental Records offers up a collection of previously unheard tracks recorded by Farrugia and Celeste during the latter's lifetime, and as you'd expect it's very, very good. All six tracks are top notch, but our picks are melancholic, acid-flecked deep electro opener "Ecosphere", the ultra-melodic, Boards of Canada-influenced "Flying Cosmonauts", enveloping ambient-electro number "10,500 Miles" and richly emotive closing cut "Safe Travels".
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Gespielt von: Tagwell Woods
 in stock $16.12
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K 1 Agenda (reissue)
Cat: DBC 018. Rel: 09 Jul 20
  1. K-1 Intro (2:10)
  2. K-1 Agenda (Intrumental mix) (5:32)
  3. K-1 Agenda (vocal mix) (5:32)
  4. The Future I Can See (5:18)
  5. The Future I Can See (Intrumental mix) (5:16)
  6. Unreleased K-1 Track 1995 (1:10)
Review: DJ K-1's (Keith Tucker - AUX88) re-release for modern electro heads on the Direct Beat Classics label (including unreleased track from 95).
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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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Qualia EP
Qualia EP (transparent blue vinyl 12" limited to 400 copies)
Cat: EXALT 005. Rel: 16 Jul 20
  1. Qualia (5:28)
  2. Flatlands (3:58)
  3. Qualia (John Shima remix) (6:34)
  4. Qualia (Steven Rutter remix) (5:51)
Review: Long-serving duo Morphology are the proud owners of one of the most on-point discographies in electro and IDM, though it should be noted that their releases have become far more sporadic in recent years. Here the Finnish pair make their first appearance on Exalt Records and, as expected, they've delivered a terrific EP. The headline attraction is undoubtedly "Quallia", a fine fusion of fizzing, Middle Eastern-influenced melodies, chugging bass, yearning string sounds and off-kilter electro drums. This is remixed twice on the flip. First John Shima gives the track a dreamy, sunrise-ready spin in his effortlessly emotive trademark style, before B12 man Steve Rutter re-imagines it as a melancholic slab of deep electro beauty. A fine EP is completed by "Flatlands", a melodic electro number with a subtly stargazing finish.
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Cruel Trance
LKR
Cat: LKR 009. Rel: 03 Jul 20
  1. Low (7:14)
  2. 4 Leaf (5:55)
  3. Cruel Trance (6:57)
  4. 8 In Congo R (8:29)
Review: In keeping with both her recent output and the releases of Australia's LKR Records, the latest EP from Sophie Sweetland AKA D. Tiffany is drowsy, dreamy, hallucinatory and shot through with references to both vintage ambient techno and the more psychedelic end of the '90s IDM spectrum. There's much to admire across the four tracks, from the spaced-out, mind-altering haziness of melodious, off-kilter opener "Low" - all twisted, acid-inspired synth sounds, LSD-trip electronics and skewed electro rhythms - to the chunky ambient breaks business of "Cruel Trance" and the feverish, strangely-swung quirkiness of gently pulsing IDM number "4leaf".
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On & On
On & On (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIS 318. Rel: 20 Jan 20
  1. Route 909 (6:49)
  2. Flyby (4:38)
  3. 1111 (5:11)
  4. On & On (6:58)
Review: James Shinra has been previously spotted dropping quality electro-tinted sonics on the likes of Furthur Electronix, Craigie Knowes, Feel My Bicep, null+void and more. Now he comes to 20/20 Vision with a vivid new EP of productions that cement his place in the contemporary electro firmament. "Route 909" pivots between classic techno and emotive electro, with cinematic results. "Flyby" is a more crafty broken beat excursion with a nimble lead line that flutters over lingering piano lines. "1111" is rowdier affair that sets out a gnarly acid line front and centre, but not at the expense of Shinra's tendency for refined production. "On & On" reaffirms this point with a smart balance between growling low end and sophisticated top line melodies, rounding out a sterling EP.

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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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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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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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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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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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Disco
Disco (coloured vinyl 3xLP + insert)
Cat: VOL 004. Rel: 01 Jul 20
  1. Manifesto (1:43)
  2. Muscle Machine (4:20)
  3. Disorienting Shapes (12:41)
  4. Fluid Feline Forms (19:05)
  5. Apparitions On A Dance Floor (4:59)
  6. Whispers Between Worlds (15:00)
  7. Pelts Laid Out (6:14)
  8. Quincox (5:29)
  9. A Charm Against The Evil That Men Do (6:53)
  10. I'm Unmelting (15:39)
  11. Purr Attraxxion (8:11)
  12. Freaks Only (9:12)
Review: Since parting company with DFA a decade ago, Gavin Russom's releases as Black Meteoric Star have become increasingly few and far between. "Disco", his third and arguably most expansive album to date under the alias, is therefore a more than welcome arrival. It's an impressive set, too, with Russom offering up a deliciously distorted, fuzzy and forthright mix of hazy, sound collage style interludes, throbbing new wave, tactile deep electro, razor sharp analogue jack-tracks, decidedly alien-sounding instrumentals, redlined EBM throb-jobs and clanking, lo-fi electro. It all sounds like it was recorded in a cement mixer using a particularly dusty collection of old synthesizers and drum machines, but that's no bad thing; in fact, it plays a big part in the album's undoubted lo-fi charm.
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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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New Beats The House (reissue)
Cat: DE 166. Rel: 27 Feb 18
  1. New Beats The House (5:14)
  2. New Beats The House (remix) (5:07)
  3. New Beats The House (Jared Wilson remix) (5:10)
  4. Move You're Assit (Acid version) (7:15)
Review: Greyhouse was the first of many aliases adopted by Dutch DJ/producer Marcel Hol. In the late 80's the first signs of 90's optimism and euphoria started. Marcel was young, creative and ambitious because he got his hands on some new equipment like the sampler. Electronic music was within reach. Greyhouse landed a recording contract with Hip Hop Records, a dance label founded by Erik Van Vliet based in Rotterdam. In 1989 he released his debut single "Move To The Groove / New Beats The House." Renaat Vandepapeliere from R & S Records cleverly spotted the record's potential. re-releasing it with "New Beats The House" as the A-side With this new exposure the song became one of the biggest hits of a New Beat sub-genre called Hard Beat.
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Au Velodrome 141 (reissue)
Cat: DE 256. Rel: 06 Sep 19
  1. Au Velodrome 141 (5:17)
  2. Glasfabrik (4:41)
  3. Capataz (2:51)
Review: Dark Entries has been at the forefront of the coldwave and synth revival that has slowly taken hold over the last decade. Next up they turn their attention to a reissue of an out of print EP from 1988 by Jordi Guber and Krishna Goineau as Velodrome. Villalobos has been known to drop cuts from it, which should give you a good idea of its musical style: freaky 80s electro built on steppy drums, with taut and twanging synths reverberating around the mix, as exemplified by the opener. "Glasfabrik" is a hyper-speed cut with a tongue in cheek vocal, while "Capataz" is the most well-known joint with its acid bass and crashing hits.
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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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#7885 Electropunk To Technopop
#7885 Electropunk To Technopop (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: CABS 26. Rel: 19 Jun 14
  1. Do The Mussolini (Headkick)
  2. The Set Up
  3. Nag Nag Nag
  4. On Every Other Street
  5. Silent Command
  6. Kneel To The Boss
  7. Seconds Too Late
  8. Landslide
  9. Breathe Deep
  10. Just Fascination (7" version)
  11. Crackdown (radio edit 83)
  12. The Dream Ticket (7" version)
  13. Sensoria (7" version)
  14. James Brown (7" version)
  15. Kino (7" version)
  16. Big Funk (7" version)
  17. I Want You (7" version)
  18. Warm
Review: London's legendary Mute institution goes back to its roots and digs up some of the best work by one of the UK's finest Cabaret Voltaire. These guys don't really need an introduction give the fact that they're pretty much responsible for the rise of post-punk right through to the birth of techno. It was about time a new compilation of their stuff was released, especially one as brutally on-point as this one! All the classics such as "Nag Nag Nag", "Kneel To The Boss" and "On Every Other Street" are one here but the more obscure rarities that were previously only available on 7" are the real winners. "Just Fascination", for example, is one you'll certainly want on a longer, re-mastered cut! Downright essential!
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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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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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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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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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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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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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Electronic Roots (DJ SCSI mix)
Electronic Roots (DJ SCSI mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SWXLTD 001. Rel: 13 Jul 20
  1. Senseless
  2. Jazzoriented
  3. Jazzoriented (DJ SCSI Detroit Citi remix)
Review: Also known as Stekke or STK Ensemble, the duo of STK had previously impressed with releases on Mentha and Olga LTD, and now they come to Sudd Wax with some of their most intriguing techno abstractions to date. "Senseless" has a steady groove at its heart, but the way this duo steer their machines has a free and expressive style that suggests heady improv sessions on outboard gear were behind this distinctive techno twist. If that sounds exciting already, hold tight for the daring, skittering patterns of "Jazzoriented", which shows how far drum machines can move from standardized beats when they're in the right hands. DJ SCSI takes the twitchy minimalisms of the original and injects it with a ghettotech energy that strangely suits the source material, completing a distinctive and daring 12".



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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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Steel City Dance Discs Volume 15
  1. Penguin March (4:16)
  2. All New Low (4:54)
  3. Pippa Arrives (4:48)
  4. Little Monsters (4:34)
Review: London-based producer Nite Fleit has been busy over the past couple of years slinging out rough and ready club cuts with bags of personality on labels like Unknown To The Unknown and Planet Euphorique. Now she returns to Steel City Dance Discs, the Australian label that provided her first break back in 2018, with a new EP, with some rabble rousing rave busters that span styles, gleefully cherry picking the feistiest ingredients to make surefire bangers. "All New Low" is particularly fierce with its massive monosynth bassline grind and ear-snagging sample hooks. Elsewhere there's plenty of electro punishment waiting - don't sleep on B2 belter "Little Monsters" in that regard.
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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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Dystopian Future EP
Dystopian Future EP (limited 12")
Cat: BLKMUSIC 006. Rel: 12 Jun 20
  1. Acid Pleasure (6:46)
  2. Space Mirage (6:12)
  3. Robotics (6:12)
  4. Random Demise (7:10)
Review: The 7th release on BLKMARKET MUSIC comes from Samuel Jabba and is the first part of the Dystopian Future series.
Samuel Jabba is the label co-founder of a new vinyl only label called From the Void Above. Hailing from Bogota, Colombia, Samuel is a young DJ and talented producer who creates music spanning different genres of electronic music.

On his debut release for Blkmarket Music, the A side starts off with his electro track 'Acid Pleasure' on A1. The A2 track 'Space Mirage' takes you on an outer space voyage focusing on the more deeper side of techno.

The B side kicks off with his heady breakbeat track 'Robotics' on the B1. On B2, Samuel takes us on a dark journey with his minimal electro track entitled 'Random Demise.'
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Superlux 001
Cat: SPLX 1. Rel: 03 Sep 19
  1. Superlux - "White Noise" (Mike Gill Noisey rework) (8:09)
  2. Superlux - "Chupa Track" (7:06)
  3. N Gynn - "Take One" (5:58)
  4. N Gynn - "Take One" (Dawl remix) (7:01)
Review: Rather unhelpfully, there's little info about the Superlux label available, other than the fact that it's run by the shadowy artists of the same name. They handle side A of this split EP, with Mike Gill's "Noisey Rework" of "White Noise" - a pulsating, otherworldly chunk of electro rich in trippy noises and elastic synth-bass - followed by the raw, foreboding, mid-tempo electro throb of "Chupa Track". Sometime Pleasure Club man Nick Glynn takes over on side two, first delivering the deep space club electro of EP standout "Take One", before inviting Dawl to re-invent it as a mind-mangling slab of electro/Yorkshire bleep fusion (minus the colossal sub-bass associated with that particular vintage style).
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Hologram Killa
Hologram Killa (clear splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: ELECTRO 001. Rel: 06 Aug 20
  1. Hologram Killa (4:13)
  2. She Work It All Night (5:14)
  3. Cyberian Nights (Siberian Nights remix In Tribute To Twilight 22) (4:59)
  4. Hologram People (6:40)
  5. Satisfaction (7:03)
Review: Spanish record store turned label Electro Records has made something of a statement with its debut release, not only by opting for a striking clear and white splatter patterned slab of wax, but also by securing the services of sometime CPU, Craigie Knowes and Biosoft Records producer Cygnus. The Texas-based producer rarely disappoints, and we can safely say he's delivered the goods here too. For proof, check the robotic, vocoder-laden deep space shuffle of "Hologram Killer", the lilting melodies and emotive, starry synths of "She Work All Night" and the canny combination of bubbly acid house and deep electro tropes that is "Hologram People". Elsewhere, "Cyberian Nights" doffs a cap to original '80s electro crew Twilight 22 and closing cut "Satisfaction" flits between crunchy dancefloor aggression and drifting-through-space deepness.
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Syro
Syro (CD)
Cat: WARPCD 247. Rel: 18 Sep 14
  1. Minipops 67 (Source Field mix)
  2. XMAS EVET10 (Thanaton 3 mix)
  3. Produk 29
  4. 4 Bit 9D Api E 6
  5. 180db
  6. Circlont6a (Syrobonkus mix)
  7. Fz Pseudotimestretch E 3
  8. Circlont14 (Shrymoming mix)
  9. Syro U473t8 E (Piezoluminescence mix)
  10. Papat4 (Pineal mix)
  11. S950tx16wasr10 (Earth Portal mix)
  12. Aisatsana
Review: It's rare that an electronic album is the biggest album of the year, or at least the most hyped. That's certainly the case with Syro, Richard D James first official release under his Aphex Twin moniker for some 13 years. So, is it in any good? For starters, it sounds like an Aphex Twin album. Listen through to the 12 tracks, and many of his familiar staples are present - the "Digeridoo" era rave breakbeats, the mangled synth-funk mash-ups, the intoxicating ambient-era melodies, the warped basslines and the skittish drill & bass style rhythms. There's madness, beauty and intensity in spades. In other words, it's an Aphex Twin album, and - as so many have pointed out since the album's release was announced - there's no-one else quite like Richard D James.
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Dirty Songs
Cat: DE 092. Rel: 05 Jun 15
  1. Nothing Is True; Everything Is Permitted (instrumental) (4:54)
  2. Breakin' Indistortion (instrumental) (4:16)
  3. A Dirty Song (instrumental) (5:05)
  4. Et (4:10)
Review: Dark Entries know their stuff when it comes to '80s synth pop reissues, and this latest reissue of Carlos Peron's Dirty Songs single is a sign of just how deep into the crates these guys get. Originally out over thirty years ago, these instrumentals are still total killers and will go down a storm in most DJ sets which venture out of the 4/4 formula. "Nothing Is True; Everything Is Permitted" and "Breakin' Indistortion" are particularly fresh and must have truly cut the edge back then: metallic drum machine beats and sparse melodies ring away into the cavernous ambience created by Peron. Wonderful and highly recommended.
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Telomeres
Telomeres (12")
Cat: DE 097. Rel: 20 Jul 15
  1. Telomeres (4:13)
  2. Centrifuge (4:48)
  3. Automation (4:25)
  4. Laboratory (6:03)
  5. Necropolis (4:22)
  6. Fukushima (4:49)
Review: Analogue synthesizer enthusiast Bezier first surfaced on Dark Entries in 2012, delivering the hard-wired retro-futurist fantasy Ensconced. Two years on, he's finally ready to release the follow-up, the similarly sharp and sci-fi themed Telemores. As with his previous output, the influences are obvious - think Radiophonic Workshop, electro, minimal, new wave and Italo-disco - but he smartly steers clear of pastiche and empty revivalism. Instead, we're treated to a range of dancefloor-friendly instrumental cuts, cyborg jams, and intoxicating robot rinse-outs. Closer "Fukushima", in which he doffs a cap to the synthesized horror-disco of John Carpenter, is particularly potent.
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Dusk Till Dawn
Cat: DE 267. Rel: 29 Nov 19
  1. Morning Light (6:17)
  2. Sun (8:04)
  3. War Zone (4:05)
  4. Lord (7:06)
  5. Product Of My Environment (5:14)
  6. Slippery Slope (5:31)
Review: Tel Aviv born, Berlin based duo TV.OUT make their Dark Entries debut with a 6-track EP titled 'Dust Till Dawn' out Black Friday 2019. Doron Mastey Charly & Ori Itshaki have made a name for themselves the past few years putting on impressive live sets, DJing around the world, and running Parallax Records releasing various strains of rugged, well informed electronic music. Clocking in at 36 minutes this collection moves in hot pursuit of their two previous EPs for L.I.E.S. Side A opens with the metallic hi-hats of "Morning Light" that echoes early Euro/Goa techno-EBM sound to the 8-minute sleek, pounding industrial darkroom vibes of "Sun" and closes with the titanium-tipped 808 warped electro of "War Zone". Side B leads off with the heavy New Beat scorcher "Lord", a song we first heard on a mix from Cardopusher and knew we had to release. Then comes "Product Of My Environment" a slow-motion mutant menace that flows into the final song "Slippery Slope" a classic West Coast of The Hague '90s style electro perfectly suited for complete dance floor drama. All songs have been mastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley. The vinyl comes housed in jacket designed by Eloise Leigh with black-white-red apocalyptic vibes and bold type.
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Particle Of Memory
Cat: DE 272. Rel: 21 Feb 20
  1. Afterlife (feat Elles) (5:08)
  2. Afterlife (Decadent dub) (5:06)
  3. Left At Dawn (4:32)
  4. Can't Let Go (4:45)
  5. The Predator's Dream (5:00)
  6. Is It Real (5:20)
Review: Shcuro is the alias of Joao Ervedosa a DJ, producer and graphic designer based in Lisbon. He also runs the record labels Sombra and Paraiso, makes music as Jose Acid and hosts a show on Radio Quantica. His first contact with a DJ setup happened at age 15, and that's when Shcuro decided to buy his own turntables and mixer; and started producing his own beats, too. He's since released music on Basal, Circus Maximus, Obscuur Techno, Golden Mist Records and his most recent collaboration with Photonz for Future Deja Vu.
'Particle of Memory' is a hypnotic 6-track EP that explores new territories in contemporary dance music. Sonically Shcuro paints his sounds blending moody techno with industrial noises alongside fast, apocalyptic electro and breakbeat. He is influenced by Portuguese rave culture that was born in the mid-90s at Lisbon clubs Alcantara-Mar and Kremlin and the country's first electronic label Kaos Records. Shcuro continues to expand and morph this rich dance heritage to create something entirely different. The bouncy, lead track "Afterlife" features vocals and lyrics by London's ELLES followed by a Decadent Dub rework. All songs have been mastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios. Housed in a die-cut jacket designed by Eloise Leigh reminiscent of '90s escape/sci-fi films with futuristic bright pink pop flourishes
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If You Need Me Call Me (Record Store Day 2019)
Cat: KALITA LP003. Rel: 25 Apr 19
  1. Why Are You So Cold? (4:23)
  2. Sending All My Love Out (4:33)
  3. Nosey Neighbours (4:49)
  4. Raw Deal Cocaine Kills (3:25)
  5. If You Need Me Call Me (6:41)
  6. Sound Track (3:01)
  7. Sending All My Love Out (demo version) (4:31)
  8. Raw Deal Cocaine Kills (Prelude) (2:21)
Review: Kalita's obligatory Record Store Day offering is something rather special: synth-funk visionary couple Emerson and Leora Sandidge's mythical unreleased album finally sees the light of day, following Emerson's sole private press seven-inch single release way back in 1988. Those two tunes ("Sending All My Love Out" and "Why Are You So Cold?") make the cut on this belated debut set, alongside six other previously unreleased recordings from the same sessions. Their take on electrofunk, boogie and '80s soul is colourful, soulful and synth-heavy, with the included tracks veering from up-tempo club workouts (see "Raw Deal Cocaine Kills") and fizzing dancefloor pop workouts, to sugary ballads and seductive slow jams. In other words, it's a more than tidy selection of rare and unheard gems.
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Adieux Au Dancefloor
Adieux Au Dancefloor (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: CITI 021. Rel: 03 Oct 16
  1. I Dedicate My Life (5:50)
  2. Interfaces (4:45)
  3. Naive To The Bone (4:06)
  4. Denial (4:03)
  5. La Femme Ecarlate (3:47)
  6. Good Vibes (Mocking Birds) (4:54)
  7. Inferno (4:58)
  8. Planete Ego (6:33)
  9. Adieu Au Dancefloor (6:01)
Review: Given the underground acclaim heaped on Marie Davidson's previous albums - ultra-stylish affairs that blend elements of minimal wave, dark Italo-disco, off-kilter electro and moody ambient - it's little surprise to see her popping up on Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax. The album's nine tracks are largely sharp, rough and fuzzy, with sparse-but-dense drum machines rhythms underpinning bouncy, delay-laden synth lines, thrusting electronics and Davidson's sleazy, spoken word vocals. It's an attractive combination that guarantees thrills throughout, from the almost claustrophobic throb of "Denial", to the mutant electrofunk bounce of "Good Vibes".
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Palais
Palais (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: CDALP 003. Rel: 16 Sep 19
  1. Palais (4:24)
  2. Living Nothingness (4:26)
  3. Brink Reality (part 2) (5:47)
  4. Steel Sands (5:26)
  5. You Told Yourself This Would Get Worse (3:04)
  6. Defied (3:20)
  7. Take Away My Greed (4:56)
  8. Repenting (6:29)
  9. Safeword (2:54)
  10. Non For The Sane (6:07)
  11. Dead To Romance (6:32)
  12. Life, Lust + Death (4:39)
Review: Kris Baha has been on a serious roll over the past few years, notching up releases on Bahnsteig 23, Pinkman and many more besides. Now feels like the right time for him to drop an album, and where better to do such a thing than Cocktail D'Amore? The Berlin-via-Melbourne producer's sound comes through loud and clear - minimal wave and industrial influences abound, executed with ferocity and flamboyance in equal measure to create a many-shaded set of deviant dance bangers. "Living Nothingness" is the ultimate nihilistic beatdown, "Steel Sands" channels early Nine Inch Nails to perfection, and "Defied" has a propulsive thrust that would make Al Jourgensen proud. Baha wears his influences on his sleeve, and why not? They're great influences that he creates stunning music with.
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