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Nois D'avui
Nois D'avui (180 gram vinyl LP + insert limited to 300 copies)
Cat: OR 124. Rel: 05 Jul 24
Poisoned By Love (7:14)
Can You Feel The House India Nardone? (6:07)
Interrupted (4:14)
Mysterious Relief (6:36)
Punish (5:45)
Mysterious Relief (Ancient Methods remix) (5:19)
Review: Oraculo Records has been quietly making a name for itself as home of synth-focused darkwave and associated genres, plucking choice artists and their oeuvres, often from obscurity, and giving them a platform. The Spanish imprint seems to know few bounds in terms of intensity, and Almax Und Forte's debut is a perfect example of that. A generous six tracks range from the wonderful opener 'Poisoned By Love', which slowly gathers its stepping percussion before introducing beastly bassline and continuing to add drummy workouts until finally throwing in an eerie guitar lick. It's subtle, moody, and a little uneasy. Contrasting this, 'Interrupted' is high tempo weirdo club-goth based around complex percussive patterns, while 'Mysterious Relief' takes dubstep onto a strange factory floor where we find a haunting vocalist at work. You get the point.
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 in stock $23.28
Mechanical Dances Part 1
Mechanical Dances Part 1 (180 gram magenta vinyl LP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: MEGA 07. Rel: 05 Jul 24
Mechanical Dances (5:53)
Bodies, Plants & Lacan (3:44)
Clickbait Dance (3:21)
Heroiam Slava (5:43)
Body Is Not There Anymore (5:31)
It's Fun Time (5:12)
David J (4:40)
Rim Job (4:04)
Review: Candido aka. Luis Schiebeler lays down eight darkwave / Italo numbers for Spain's Oraculo Records as part of their extended EPs series - Megabreakz. The seventh addition to the sonic saga is a hearty, circuit-bent dancefloor haunter, marking the 'inaugural chapter of a two-part epic' by Candido, which promises a journey spanning everything from EBM to new beat to rave breaks. Wherever you place 'Mechanical Dances Part 1' on this vast stylistic continuum, the fact remains that Candido's approach to the post-industrial dance form is as psyche-imprinting as it is floor-denting, often nodding to the profound (sometimes dissociative) experiences common to frequenting such a scene. Peppered throughout - if you know where to find them - are repetitive lyrical mantras, alluding to everything from OOB experiences to controversial French psychoanalysts.
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 in stock $23.28
Let's Do It
Let's Do It (numbered vinyl LP limited to 50 copies)
Cat: ACLP 007. Rel: 03 Jul 24
Let's Do It (4:46)
Can U Feel It? (7:03)
Hot Iz The Rhythm (6:15)
Beat Control (5:57)
Hoopla (5:26)
C'mon (6:05)
Review: The Acid Cuts label has pressed up this superb new album from Cleon in super limited quantities: just 50 arrive on limited and numbered vinyl and they are sure to shift. Let's Do It is a characterful work of techno brilliance with the title cut opening up. It's got zippy pads, big, unbalanced kicks and fat bass that all make you move. 'Can U Feel It?' harks back to the classic acid house of the early Chicago days and 'Hot Iz The Rhythm' then rides nice elastic and rubbery kicks with some molten acid. Elsewhere 'Hoopla' gets more raw and 'C'Mon' closes with a bang.
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Tags: Acid House
 in stock $26.20
Laelaps EP
Laelaps EP (12" + print)
Cat: HYPM 004. Rel: 03 Jul 24
Sirius B (6:07)
Sirius B (Nicola Cruz Debug mix) (6:07)
Right Ascension (6:55)
Declination (4:47)
Review: Ooof. Sometimes there's nothing better than that in between vibe, beats and noises that speak to genuine rave, one white glove in techno, another rooted in house. 'Sirius D' certainly speaks to that need. Squelchy in the right places, oh-so-hypnotic but fundamentally punchy, it's halfway between sending you off on a blissful cloud and slapping you around the chops in an attempt to revive at 6AM. Nicola Cruz's Debug mix opts to make sure that blow lands, stomping and slamming but not so much of a groove to hold on to. No criticism, though. The roll returns later, though, 'Declination' looking to those sparse but precious dancefloors that make you realise this is still no a mainstream competition - equal parts eerie and warm. Throw in 'Right Ascension', which essentially captures all of the above and then hits 11 on the scale of whatever we're judging this on, and the deal is sealed.
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 in stock $18.52
Skin Bank
Skin Bank (translucent yellow vinyl LP)
Cat: ALT 79. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Skin Bank (5:19)
Hell World (4:00)
Pixel Warfare (4:00)
Blood Libel (1:42)
Future Perfect (3:53)
SMART (4:10)
Toxic Worship (4:04)
Artificial Appeal (3:04)
 in stock $21.16
Bleep Chronicles: Cause N Effect
Cat: True Three. Rel: 04 Jul 24
The Anniss Effect (Reincarnation mix) (5:40)
Warped Sequences (6:31)
Arena (6:27)
Arena (Spartan mix) (4:28)
The Anniss Effect (92 Revived original mix) (4:21)
Review: Dawn of the Underworld's Bleep Chronicles: Cause N Effect on True Confession label is a nostalgic journey into retro UK techno from the 1990-92 era. This EP is a refreshing homage to the classic UK sound, capturing the essence of the period with remarkable authenticity. Side-1 opens with 'The Anniss Effect' (Reincarnation mix), a track that channels the retro UK bleep sound reminiscent of LFO and early Warp records. It's a deep dive into the past, bringing those iconic sounds back to life. 'Warped Sequences' follows, delivering an exciting tribute to classic UK techno with a bassline, breakbeat, bleep sounds and a futuristic melody, even incorporating a bit of ragga for a unique twist. Side-2 features Arena,' and its Spartan mix, a playful remix packed with classic samples that make for a fun and engaging track. The EP closes with 'The Anniss Effect' (92 Revived original mix), which further cements its early 90s roots, offering more of those beloved, vintage sounds. Bleep Chronicles: Cause N Effect is a stunning trip for fans of the classic UK techno era, masterfully bringing the past into the present.
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 in stock $15.61
Fjaak The System
Fjaak The System (quadfold 4xLP + sticker)
Cat: FJAAK 010. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Unity (feat Red Eye) (0:55)
And You Feel (3:15)
Redemption (5:22)
Mechanic Love (5:17)
Horsepower (feat Modeselektor) (3:32)
Hustle (4:54)
Sandstorm (5:02)
Black Ice (feat Skee Mask) (4:52)
Scratchy (2:06)
Vertical (3:03)
Breathe Underwater (3:49)
Wind Mill Hill (feat J.manuel) (5:06)
Stargazer (4:56)
Timesqueezed (2:34)
Glove Box (2:20)
Nyx (2:31)
Ringworld (1:40)
Scoop (2:24)
Dreamweaver (2:51)
Flashback (1:22)
The Deal (3:18)
Micro Expressions (3:03)
Pentatonic Light (1:53)
 in stock $68.27
Fake Reality EP
Cat: MIDIMODE 001. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Fake Reality (4:44)
Rabbit Hole (4:22)
I'm A Freak (5:08)
Human Squad (5:48)
Fake Reality (Nite Fleit remix) (5:21)
Review: Human Rebellion & Power's 'Fake Reality' EP on Midi Mode Records delivers five heavy electro tracks for the headstrong. Side-1 starts with the title track, a dark, brooding piece with intense vibes, followed by 'Rabbit Hole,' a nod to Detroit electro with influences from genre greats. On Side-2, 'I'm A Freak,' is a chord-driven techno track with an electric, vibrant acid line that will have listeners eyes wide open in awe. 'Human Squad' stands out as a favorite, featuring a robotic and danceable bassline. Closing the EP, the 'Fake Reality' (Nite Fleit remix) offers a powerful reimagining of the original, making this EP a solid addition to any electro enthusiast's collection.
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Disclosure EP
Cat: FRS 028. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Klaus Schwab (4:17)
State Street (5:35)
Vanguard (5:16)
Blackrock (5:00)
 in stock $15.86
New Home EP
Cat: HYP 002. Rel: 11 Jul 24
New Home (On Acid mix) (6:15)
New Home (Liquid mix) (6:17)
Tuesday Morning (6:34)
LowePhreek (6:36)
 in stock $14.56
Modern Angels
Modern Angels (hand-numbered 7" + book limited to 300 copies)
Cat: MINUS 070. Rel: 05 Jul 24
Crown Of Thorns (Wildest Rose) (4:10)
Crown Of Thorns (Rather Bleed) (4:40)
 in stock $51.60
Split 001
Split 001 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: LUV 046. Rel: 05 Jul 24
Jakobin - "Drawan" (6:10)
Jakobin - "Skulpt" (6:46)
Jakobin - "Octagonial Tribe" (6:23)
ROTCIV - "Frenesy" (5:15)
ROTCIV - "No More Room In Hell" (5:10)
ROTCIV - "The Confidence" (5:54)
Gespielt von: ROTCIV
 in stock $12.43
The Void EP
Cat: X2SEE 003. Rel: 11 Jul 24
Arcade (5:32)
Arcade (Luis Malon remix) (5:33)
Bass Me (6:07)
Take Off (5:31)
Odyssey 33 (5:32)
Review: Double-clapping, dystopian electro synth from Lara for Berlin and London's Lirica Archives, amounting to a five-track sonic embrace of what can only be described as a kind of divine femme cosmo-goth. Opening on 'Arcade', the EP establishes an infectious three-note bassline that continues as a motif throughout the A-side, not least since fellow producer Luis Malon's remix makes up its second half, and dream-distorts things further vis-a-vis extra echoey melodious elements and trembly breakdowns. The B-side is just as expansive and further-outreaching, with 'Bass Me' pioneering the use of 'bass' as a verb (we're all for it - surely, bass, by now, like love, is a thing you *do*), and 'Odyssey 33', with its boxy drums and text-to-speechn whispers, impelling us to revisit Kubrick's opus for the 33rd time.
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 in stock $14.56
Ruins Of Cracktopolis EP
Cat: ALT 012. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Do You Know Who You Never Be (6:30)
In A Trance Dance All Night (5:02)
Ruins Of Cracktropolis (6:18)
Like Twin Peaks (6:57)
Review: Dutch wizard Legowelt has no bounds to his musical creativity, and no limits to the amount of music he puts out. His next sonic trick comes on Altered Circuits and finds him exploring the Ruins Of Cracktopolis. As always his track titles are as good as his musical concoctions with 'Do You Know Who You Never Be' mixing up fizzy pads and sci-fi synths with bustling drums. 'In A Trance Dance All Night' is cosmic electro-tech, 'Ruins Of Cracktropolis' rides on silky arpeggios and bubbling melodies and 'Like Twin Peaks' shuts down with a more edgy techno sound.
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 in stock $17.98
Jump Start
Jump Start (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: TEKLIFE 025. Rel: 11 Jul 24
Jump Start (5:49)
Nines (4:24)
Jump Start (Deeon's Jeep Style remix) (4:31)
Review: We'd have never guessed that the (originally) dubstep producer Loefah would land a release on the principally juke and footwork label Teklife and decide, of all things, to give them three acid techno tunes. The linkages aren't as tenuous as it sounds, though: anything more than a cursory listen will unveil the unmistakable Chicago house influences on this otherwise London-born burrer. With the 197 bus to Croydon held firmly in mind, both 'Jump Start' and 'Nines' lay down respectively riveting fidgets, and recall lost fantasies of juke competitions in deep South London community centres, that in reality never happened - though we still know, feel, that deep down there is a more primal dialogue at play between the two cities. On track 3, this dialogue is extended with an official collab with ghetto house pioneer DJ Deeon, whose overt displays of sample-vocalled sexuality put the genre on the map; here, though, he rerubs Loefah's A-side, tubing his acid line through a veritable warp-sped drive, and causing the track to take its fullest flight.
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Moments EP
Moments EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MELOD 015. Rel: 05 Jul 24
Moments (5:35)
Moments (Legowelt remix) (6:35)
Dimensional Space Travel (5:10)
Analogue Being (4:52)
Review: German artist Martin Matiske's musical journey began under the mentorship of DJ Hell, who introduced him to the decks at Gigolo label nights in Munich in 1999. Inspired by pioneers like Kraftwerk and Jean Michel Jarre, Matiske started producing for International Deejay Gigolo Records and later for Frustrated Funk, Bordello A Parigi, and the Central Processing Unit. His new EP has already had support from Dave Clarke and Helena Hauff, including for the standout track 'Moments', which blends ice-cold snares with celestial pads and retro-future synths. Legowelt's remix of 'Moments' adds an astral electro vibe, while 'Dimensional Space Travel' and 'Analogue Being' explore cinematic electro with nostalgic, playful tones.
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 in stock $15.34
Diggers Society Vol 1
Miki, Andrea Melly, Niki IL B - "432 Birds" (7:44)
Francesco Farfa - "Fear" (5:35)
Luca Piermattei - "Magical Year" (6:13)
Lucio - "Paranoid Hills" (6:21)
Review: Diggers Society Vol 1 is the inaugural release from the underground electronic music label Diggers Society, based in Barcelona. This EP showcases the label's diverse musical philosophy, featuring two tracks from legends Francesco Farfa and Miki (with collaborators Niki IL B and Andrea Melly) and two tracks from emerging talents Luca Piermattei and Lucio. Side-1 opens with 432 Birds' by Miki, Andrea Melly, and Niki IL B, a hypnotic track perfect for setting a sci-fi atmosphere. Following is Francesco Farfa's 'Fear,' a groovy, bassline-heavy tune with a trancey melody that keeps the energy high. Side-2 features Luca Piermattei's 'Magical Year,; a track that continues the EP's entrancing vibe. The closing track, Lucio's 'Paranoid Hills,' is a wicked and ominous techno piece infused with psy trance elements, offering a dark, compelling end to the night. Diggers Society Vol 1 is a really cool take on the future of techno and trance equally.
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Gespielt von: DJ Mau Mau
 in stock $18.52
Split #2
Split #2 (12")
Cat: OTH 008. Rel: 01 Jul 24
NE - "Procrastination" (6:24)
NE - "Lostrack" (6:22)
Elias Sternin - "Dirty Spring" (7:24)
Elias Sternin - "Falso" (8:09)
Review: Split #2 presents a riveting showcase of techno talent from NE and Elias Sternin, delivering four tracks brimming with dynamic energy and driving beats. On Side-1, NE starts with 'Procrastination,' blending techno and electro elements seamlessly, supported by an acid line that adds a futuristic edge to the track. 'Lostrack' follows suit with its commanding presence, anchored by a strong techno foundation and bolstered by a serious acid motif. Flipping to Side2, Elias Sternin takes the reins with 'Dirty Spring,' a mysterious and atmospheric journey characterized by its building tension and expansive synth lines, creating a retro movie soundtrack of sorts. Closing the EP with 'Falso,' Sternin introduces elements of psy trance, infusing the track with pulsating rhythms and hypnotic textures that elevate it. Even though each track is of the more serious nature, there is a tongue in cheek 80's vibe that makes them come across as fun pieces of techno music.
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Yummy
Yummy (CD)
Cat: PP 110. Rel: 01 Jul 24
Walk In Walk Out
Departure
My Feeling
The Start
Somethin
Take A Break
49
Whatcha Do
Yummy
Pot Red
Review: Melbourne's Nice Girl (real name Ruby Kerkhofs) has been of the Public Possession family for four years. In that time, she's released a handful of admirable singles and a pair of albums that showcase her distinctive, attractive and well-crafted take on house music. On Yummy, her third full-length, Kerkhofs continues on this theme, bouncing between autotune-sporting electronic colour (the blissful 'Walk In Walk Out'), heady and hypnotic, techno-tempo beauty ('Departure'), deep synth-pop ('My Feeling'), sun-splashed, saucer-eyed lusciousness ('Sonething'), sparkling electronic ambience ('Take a Break', '49'), cheeky nu-disco ('Watcha Do') and high-octane boundary-blurring cheeriness ('Yummy'). Best of all, though, is the techno-meets-progressive house joy of killer closing cut 'Pot Red').
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 in stock $12.43
Dracula vs Frankenstein
Dracula vs Frankenstein (12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: ACQ 018. Rel: 02 Jul 24
Dracula vs Frankenstein (3:34)
Dracula vs Frankenstein (Info remix) (8:26)
Dracula vs Frankenstein (Kenny Hooper remix) (6:53)
Dracula vs Frankenstein (G-Prod remix) (7:44)
Review: Swiss label Acquit Records has got a couple of superb outings lined up this month and Nate Nubia is behind this one which offers up a single and three different mixes of it. Original cut 'Dracula Vs. Frankenstein' is a warm analogue world of smeared synths and dusty drums over a crisp broken beat. It's full of machine soul and melancholic moods. The Info Remix is more edgy and driven, while the Kenny Hooper remix layers in extra light and melody. The G-Prod remix is one with its head amongst the stars and plenty of celestial synths.
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Gespielt von: Artileqt
! low stock $11.38
Cybersbass
Cybersbass (hand-numbered 12" + sticker limited to 200 copies)
Cat: SKYNETT 4. Rel: 02 Jul 24
Cyber Girl (4:11)
Bitchcrusher (4:27)
Jam To The Empire (4:51)
Review: You'd be hard-pushed to find an EP that oozes more authentic Detroit techno, electro and machine resistance than this new one from Robotron on Skynet Cybersonix. It's rugged, retro-future body music starting with 'Cyber Girl' which is a turbo-charged electro-techno bumper with big chord stabs and ice-cold analogue rhythms. 'Bitchcrusher is slow and sleazy and laced up with frosted synths and dark vocal murmurs, 8-bit computer melodies and an eternal sense of cosmic decay. 'Jam To The Empire' closes out with a sleazy and ghetto-tinged vibe that will arrest your every synapse.

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 in stock $14.02
Funk Off!
Funk Off! (12" limited to 222 copies)
Cat: 1989. Rel: 02 Jul 24
Toy-Boy (6:08)
Save Your Love (4:41)
Funk With Me (4:22)
Review: Uniquely squeezy new funk by Robotron and the Funkadelic camp. Laying down a phat, uptempo synthfunk slew - 'Toy-Boy', 'Save Your Love' and 'Funk With Me' - alongside myriad liner note puns such as "are you ready to funk off?" and "we give a funk!", you can be sure that the tone of this one is kept both light and heavy, in a mutually opposing but impactful way. The B-side 'Save Your Love' is the particular highlight, presenting a rather interesting fusion of Italo, freestyle, street soul... it's kind of got everything.
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 in stock $14.02
Second Sight EP
Second Sight EP (180 red gram vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: MEGA 05. Rel: 05 Jul 24
Exit Toorong (3:37)
Power (4:39)
Leash (4:49)
Pure Form (4:54)
Pre-Person (4:54)
 in stock $23.28
Sons Of The Night
Cat: MYTRA 003. Rel: 05 Jul 24
You Make Me Foole (4:07)
First Sight (II) (4:33)
Sons Of The Night (3:40)
Testa O Croce (Feel Fly Proto Ultras mixx) (5:03)
 in stock $16.68
Basis
Basis (hand-stamped 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ITX 033. Rel: 01 Jul 24
Just (6:02)
Flip (6:37)
Givven (6:56)
Sunray (6:53)
Review: Ilian Tape is back with a new entry into their ITX Series and as always it comes with four interesting but unhelpful keywords from the Munich crew themselves: Mind-expanding Spaceship Customer Support. The music sure is cosmic and mind-expanding from Struciton, who opens with the thrilling breakbeats of 'Just' which are wired up with fizzing synths and whirring machine noises. 'Flip' then gets busy with a nimble rhythm and bright, pixelated synth sequences and spangled percussion. 'Givven' strips things back a little to a more deep and dubbed-out but still vital groove while 'Sunray' is a mind-melting deep space trip. Unique as always, this one.
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Journey To The Deep
Journey To The Deep (gatefold double 12")
Cat: ACQR 00. Rel: 02 Jul 24
Sublime Arousal (11:50)
Auditory Imagery (7:30)
Fretless (8:14)
Echo Location (7:24)
Despair (10:19)
Preordained Destiny (7:53)
Juxtapose (8:19)
Review: Acquit Records takes it back to its roots with ACQR00 marking a new beginning with Synaptic Voyager. This artist always cooks up Detroit-influenced techno and house tracks that ooze sophisticated synth craft and absorbing atmospheres. This fantastic seven-track double 12" features more club-ready stunners like 'Auditory Imagery' which marry disuse chords with tightly programmed beats. 'Echo Location' has punchy analogue beats softened with widescreen chords straight from the Motor City and 'Preordained Destiny' goes slower, with percolating bass funk and wispy, glowing keys slowing worming their way into the cosmos.
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Gespielt von: Artileqt
 in stock $26.46
Artificial Intelligence LTD
VARIOUS
Artificial Intelligence LTD (limited red vinyl LP)
Cat: AI 005. Rel: 12 Jul 24
RTR - "Waev" (4:13)
Zobol - "Don't Be So Shallow" (5:29)
Low Tape - "Articelectro" (3:40)
The Jaffa Kid - "SSF" (6:50)
Principles Of Geometry - "Dreampler" (6:14)
D'arcangelo - "MC101-07" (4:38)
Lee - "Lazy Saturday" (5:14)
Yaporigami - "Custodian Of Ambience" (4:21)
Review: For many an older raver, Artificial Intelligence will always be best known as the title of a seminal early Warp compilation. This label of the same name is slowly doing a fine job of establishing itself as a great outlet for brilliant new electro. Plenty of different styles are all explored with RTR's 'Waev' kicking off on a high-speed tip. Elsewhere Low Tape's 'Articelectro' slow things down to a rugged rhythm with woodpecker hits and singing pads, Principles Of Geometry gets pensive with the undulations of 'Dreampler' and Yaporigami's 'Custodian Of Ambience' is a heavenly blend of celestial synth work.
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Computer Controlled
VARIOUS
Cat: DATLP 1. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Network 1 - "Into A World" (5:21)
DimDJ - "Document One" (5:11)
DMX Krew - "Curvy Bass" (4:13)
Tom Carruthers - "Ozone" (4:55)
Serasso - "A Lng Cld Winter" (6:55)
Bashman - "Pitfall" (5:36)
Tom Carruthers - "Digitek" (5:18)
Network 1 - "Explore Lands" (4:35)
 in stock $30.97
WGD 010
WGD 010 (12")
Cat: WGD 010. Rel: 01 Jul 24
Versalife - "Skirmish 101" (5:51)
Acid Pimp - "Acid Baby" (4:52)
Jamie Anderson & Owain K - "Basement Dub" (6:36)
Konerytmi - "Aamunkoitto" (6:28)
Review: It's double digits for We're Going Deep who serve up a 10th bit of cub-ready weaponry here. This latest techno offering is a various artists affair with cultured Dutchman Versalife opening up with 'Skirmish 101', a booming bit of electro with the fattest synth lines you can imagine, and plenty of reverb. Acid Pimp's 'Acid Baby' is a wild and wonky 303 workout and Jamie Anderson & Owain K then combine for something much more soporific. 'Basement Dub' is as deep as you like. Konerytmi's 'Aamunkoitto' shuts down with some sleek, supple acid for mind, body and soul.
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