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2000 (limited gatefold clear vinyl double 12")
Cat: SUSH 44. Rel: 27 May 19
  1. Night Train (7:48)
  2. In The Club (6:32)
  3. Waldeck (5:46)
  4. Iratamoto (version) (6:46)
  5. Give Me A Lift (6:31)
  6. Orainge (5:00)
  7. Raucher (6:23)
  8. Fur Danilo (5:07)
Review: Benjamin Brunn and Dave Wheels are old studio buddies, having worked together on and off since 2006. "2000", though, is their most ambitious joint project yet: a collaborative album for Sushitech that offers up breezy, melodious and cheery fusions of heady dub techno, gentle electronica, chugging sofa-friendly haziness and glitchy late night hypnotism. It's an interesting blend but one that certainly hits the spot. Highlights include the horizontal pulse of "Orainge", the wonderfully hypnotic after-hours throb of "Iratamoto (Version)", the bold and sun-kissed undulations of "In The Club" and the pie-eyed warmth of "Waldeck".
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Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Techno
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Cong Burn 05 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CB 05. Rel: 01 Jul 19
  1. Chekov - "Math" (Squared mix) (5:26)
  2. Doppelate - "Rreal" (5:59)
  3. Camin - "Duct" (4:37)
  4. Howes - "BED" (6:07)
Review: On the A1 Chekov follows up their moves on Peach Discs and Timedance with a proper peak timer, they've been described by Ben UFO as 'king of the build up' and that's evident on this one. At the A2 London's Doppelate makes their Cong Burn debut with an elegant tech-house roller. Fresh from Russia's underground is Camin, on this, his debut 12" release he drops a useful tool which squeezes between electro and techno. Cong Burn founder Howes closes the B side with some warm hypnosis that could have landed in the golden era of Workshop.




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Kingdom Of Loving Hearts (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SMR 21. Rel: 03 Oct 19
  1. Cornucopia - "Nature Boy" (7:50)
  2. DSF - "Panacea" (8:12)
  3. Bongneck - "The Robber's Daughter" (Ghiz Retouch) (6:06)
  4. Makebo - "Unknown Beauty" (9:09)
Review: Moscow's Shanti Radio imprint has been on fine form of late, offering up must-check 12s from DSF, Lost Desert, Volen Sentir and many more. Here they offer up their first multi-artist EP of 2019, an undeniably attractive and ear-pleasing affair that effortlessly joins the dots between deep house, tech-house and more percussive tribal flavours. Highlights are plentiful throughout, with our picks including the string-drenched, bittersweet brilliance of Makebo's "Unknown Beauty", the sub-heavy throb of Ghiz's tasty rework of Bongbeck's "The Robber's Daughter" - all rolling hand percussion, insanely weighty bass and picturesque melodic flourishes - and the sunset-ready dancefloor bliss of Cornucopia's impeccable "Nature Boy".
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Cat: OVNIE 002. Rel: 04 Oct 19
  1. Dan Piu - "Dusky & Puish" (7:05)
  2. Dan Piu - "Depresismatica" (5:28)
  3. Pohl - "Mello Phone" (5:26)
  4. Pohl - "Space In The Distance" (5:59)
Review: Ovine build on the momentum of their first EP with another new house offering that is beautifully deep. It features two tracks each from Dan Piu and Pohl, and they all hack back to dreamy Italo, classic Mr Fingers and the more pensive Chicago greats. "Depresismatica" is a real highlight with its meandering basslines and infinite cosmic horizons. "Mello Phone" offers more pixelated melodies and busy beats and "Space In The Distance" has the sort of freaky edges and dusty analog textures house lovers always fall for. Already, then, this is a label that is setting a high standard.
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CY 39 (12")
Cat: Y 007. Rel: 05 Sep 19
  1. Bringin The Funk (6:57)
  2. Too Many LFOs (7:03)
  3. CY-39 (11:06)
Review: DJ Slyngshot's resurgent Yappin label is back with a second sizzling EP of 2019 after lying dormant from 2014 to 2017. We couldn't be happier about its return when it is unearthing the mind behind deep house like this latest one from Deesigner. Unsettling opener "Bringin The Funk" is a spaced-out late night rhythm with hints of jungle, and "Too Many LFOs" is a lumpy dub cut with muted, woolly synths sending you all gooey inside. "CY-39" cloys things out with some deft drum work and percolating rhythms that are clean, crisp and weirdly pleasing.
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EP (12")
Cat: NERO 045. Rel: 25 Jun 19
  1. Twelve Steps (6:15)
  2. Just Give It A Long Shot (4:06)
Review: Enjoying a brief sojourn away from then 2000 Black label he's long called home, sometime 4hero member Dego pops up on Neroli with a two-tracker that blends his usual jazz-funk inspired instrumentation with warm and fragrant, dancefloor-focused grooves. The jazz-funk influence is strongest on flipside "Just Give It A Long Shot", a more languid affair rich in squiggly synth lines, toasty bass guitar, slack-tuned drum breaks and the kind of group vocals that would have once sent rare groove heads into a spin. A-side "Twelve Steps" is arguably even better, with whispered vocals, jazzy synth lines and sunny guitars wrapping around a pleasingly rubbery Brit-funk groove.
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Spellbound (feat Mandar remix) (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: OSC 14. Rel: 01 Jul 19
  1. Spellbound (10:07)
  2. Spellbound (Mandar remix) (8:59)
Review: Following releases from Huerta, Mandar and Makcim & Levi last year, Oscillat kicks off 2019 with an assured, brooding club 12" from long-serving producer Matthew Dekay.
Since surfacing in 2001, Dutch producer Dekay has put out a formidable body of work under a variety of aliases and in collaboration with producers including Lee Burridge and Maher Daniel. His sultry tech house approach has graced labels as highly regarded as Innervisions, Cecille, Aras and Maeve, and now he comes to Oscillat with "Spellbound," a track that finds him diving deeper than ever before into hypnotic, swinging rhythms loaded with atmosphere and longing.
On the B side, Oscillat bosses Mandar (Lazare Hoche, Malin Genie and Samuel Andre Madsen) take Dekay's original and inject it with an infectious peak time energy, creating a straight-up, acid-flecked workout that sits in neat contrast with the immersive shuffle of the original.
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Memory 1 (limited 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SHEW 27. Rel: 23 Apr 19
  1. Memory (7:19)
  2. The Judgement (5:41)
  3. Fading Away (7:03)
  4. Behind The Waterfall (5:47)
Review: After several releases on the Shewey Trax label, Delicate Instruments takes on a more psychedelic approach into the thoughts about escaping the fractured American world view. This is record one from the forthcoming full length LP "MEM-0". Memory-1 "MEM-1" available first as a single 180gram vinyl limited edition and will also be included in the album followup release. Withdraw from the world around you, into your own innerworld...
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Cat: SNF 034. Rel: 14 Aug 19
  1. Do It (5:09)
  2. Jito (5:38)
  3. Can't Stop (7:09)
  4. Those Who (6:18)
  5. Tokyo (6:22)
Review: Although Salzburg sort Bernhard "Demuja" Weiss has previously released music on Shall Not Fade offshoot Lost Palms, this is the first time he's appeared on Kieran Williams' main label. He's delivered the goods, offering up a rock solid five-track EP that flits between loose and languid deepness (breezy opener "Do It"), locked-in late night grooves (the muscular beats, heavy bass and poignant piano samples of "Jito"), spacey, synth-laden deep house positivity (the sparkling "Can't Stop"), jazz-funk influenced mid-tempo house warmth ("Those Who") and Detroit techno influenced dancefloor futurism (the elongated deep space chords, ragged acid lines and bustling beats of "Tokyo").
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Gespielt von: Jacques Renault, AFRO DUB
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Hidden Places (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: SL 16. Rel: 02 Sep 19
  1. Forgotten Desert (7:02)
  2. Rhythm Hands (8:04)
  3. Jelly Jazz (9:36)
  4. Soft Spring (7:03)
  5. Escape (8:23)
  6. Sundown Pyramid (12:28)
Review: It's always a treat to spot Edward donning his Desert Sky guise for another trip into the hinterland of minimal techno, where expression reigns free and all kinds of sound sources tumble into a truly exotic mix. On this album for PAL SL, all bets are off as we get whisked down a mysterious and meandering path where organic and electronic matter merge in the shadows, all strapped to subliminal but pronounced grooves that make this some of the most potent, intriguing club material in circulation right now. Buy the ticket, take the ride and dance out under that Desert Sky.
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Cat: SR 001. Rel: 01 Oct 19
  1. The Cartographer (8:13)
  2. Desert Sound Colony & Guava - "Gypsy Moth" (6:54)
  3. Budapest (7:43)
Review: British artist Desert Sound Colony appears outside of his brilliant Holding Hands imprint here with a new one for Scenic Route - a new London-based label and party run by Bryce's Brother, Jon Phonics and Sean OD. Real name Liam Wachs, his productions have gained support from a wide variety of DJs such as Midland, Raresh, Andrew Weatherall and Lena Willikens, and you can count his new EP "Cartogropher" as another guaranteed dancefloor killer. The A side houses the title track - a fierce, rolling, bass-heavy backroom dub, followed by the trippy and off-kilter UK vibe of "Gypsy Moth (feat. Guava)" plus deep minimalist concentration of "Budapest" on the flip.
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HANDSOFF 006 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HANDSOFF 006. Rel: 30 Sep 19
  1. Desos - "Dubs" (5:57)
  2. Space Age - "Sunday Rain" (5:40)
  3. Desos - "Jaaa" (5:32)
  4. Common Mode - "Beauty Queens" (6:03)
Review: The latest Hands Off joint features three artists making waves in intriguing corners of the deep house firmament. Desos opens up the A side with the dreamy groove of "Dubs", before Space Age lays down the classic, Mr Fingers-flavoured haze of "Sunday Rain". Desos returns on the flip with another subtle yet punchy cut, keeping the melodies submerged and sublime on "Jaaa" before Common Mode takes things in a distinctly dubby direction with "Beauty Queens".
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High Life: The Remixes (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HEIST 039. Rel: 10 Jul 19
  1. Yes, No, Maybe (feat Tom Misch - Sterac Electronics remix) (6:26)
  2. Call Of The Wild (feat Jungle By Night - Cinthie remix) (6:05)
  3. High Life (feat Lorenz Rhode - Jura Soundsystem remix) (4:50)
  4. Ketama Gold (Matt Karmil remix) (7:36)
  5. Ex Machina (Gari Romalis Detroit On The Move remix) (6:03)
Review: In our opinion, the best remix EPs are those that don't plough a narrow dancefloor furrow, but instead offer up reworks that touch on different styles and sounds. That's what you get here as an invited cast re-interprets tracks from Detroit Swindle's "Highlife" LP. The star attractions are arguably twinfold: a killer electro-soul take on "Yes, No Maybe" by Dutch veteran Sterac Electronics and a bustling revision of "Call of the Wild" by Cinthie that sounds like a mid-90s NYC basement house jam. That said, we're also big fans of Jura Soundsystem's dubbed-out Balearic electro mix of "High Life" and the formidably floor-friendly tweaks by Matt Karmil and Gari Romalis on side B. In other words, it's a very strong EP.
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Deweekend EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: OOS 03. Rel: 10 Sep 19
  1. Nose Trauma (8:17)
  2. Rabeat (6:47)
  3. Makes Sensi (7:45)
  4. Re Searching (7:25)
Review: Much like its name would suggest, Outofstock's releases are pressed in small amounts for the dedicated Rominimal fans out there - and indeed they believe in quality over quantity. Following up some great releases by local young guns like Audiotheque, Sublee and Timofti, they now present the debut of Deweekend. While information is scarce on this enigmatic producer, we can sure bet they're on to great things if this eponymous EP is anything to go by. The A side houses the rolling, dubby and cavernous tech house action of "Nose Trauma" which is perfect tackle for the main room, followed by the super trippy afterhours thumper "Rabeat". On the flip, they go for more of a minimal house vibe and deeper into the morning hours with the woozy microfunk of "Makes Sensi" and the ultra deep glitchiness of "Re Searching".
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Cat: ST 002. Rel: 19 Aug 19
  1. Playin' With Fire (4:53)
  2. Playin' With Fire (Daniel Maunick remix) (6:27)
  3. Shining (6:30)
Review: Originally active around the turn of the century, Difusion are back in action with a mission to champion real songwriting in the deep house scene. "Playin' With Fire" rides a funky disco groove and works around some seriously catchy vocals, while Daniel Maunick dubs the track out and rides the filter to deadly effect. "Shining" rounds the EP off with a sweet, sensitive jam that strikes the kind of melancholic tone that wistful dancefloor memories are made of. Once again the vocals lift to the track to another stratosphere of heartfelt expression - this is sure to go down a storm with the late summer crowd.
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Spirit Of Desire (hand-stamped 1-sided 12")
Cat: DIGWAH 04. Rel: 24 Apr 19
  1. Spirit Of Desire (7:41)
Review: Another single-sided sizzler from the Digwah camp, whose irregular tech-house reworks of well-loved old cuts are rarely less than excellent. This time round, they've turned their attention to a sprightly, memorable chunk of '80s soul - an American club cut of the period that has been re-edited numerous times by disco diggers. The Digwah version, though, is an almost complete overhaul; while snippets of the original version's vocals and guitars are present in the mix, they largely play second fiddle to chunky tech-house beats and a bold, huggable bassline that propels the revision forward towards peak-time dancefloors. It's decent and scintillating like most Digwah remixes.
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Cat: OUIE 014. Rel: 28 Aug 19
  1. Disarmed (6:33)
  2. Disarmed (Lovestruckk remix) (8:22)
  3. Slow Down (10:42)
Review: Next up on Acid Pauli and Nico Stojan's Ouie imprint are two veterans of the electronic music scene, but the label bosses are pretty tight lipped about their identity beyond that. Showing off some serious night moves on "Slow Down", the title track is perfect Berlin sunrise material: a lush serving of low-slung techno-pop that makes the perfect summer soundtrack. On remix duties is Lovestruckk, the duo comprising of Stojan and Holmar Filipsson (aka Thugfucker) inject more dancefloor dynamics before closer "Slow Down", a slinky and hypnotic tech house cut moves the EP into a moodier sonic territory.
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Disco Edits Vol 1 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: DSCO 001. Rel: 25 Jul 19
  1. Track 1 (5:14)
  2. Track 2 (6:53)
Review: A mysterious white label from a mysterious source with no details or even track titles. All we know is that there are only 200 copies and that they absolutely bump. "Track 1" is a real heads down driver with a well-known female vocal ghosting through the groove while "Track 2" brings home a job lot of funk with a much looser, off-grid groove and a breakdown to melt into. Get lifted.
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Cat: RB 080. Rel: 26 Jun 19
  1. La Danza (7:58)
  2. Ambient Braindisk (4:22)
  3. Moments (6:56)
  4. Star Dance (6:16)
Review: Thanks to a string of fine disco and gospel-fired releases and remixes for the likes of Midnight Riot and Lumberjacks in Hell, Alan Dixon has become a must-check artist. Here he makes his bow on Running Back with arguably his most arresting and inspired EP to date. The real star of the show is co-producer Darren Morris (a regular Ashley Beedle collaborator), whose dazzling solos surge from the speakers on the driving, 1989 style piano house rush of "Moments" (reminiscent of his work on Beedle's peerless remix of Bent's "Always" in the early 2000s) and the Balearic house brilliance of "Star Dance" (think Phillip Lauer/Tuff City Kids). The fun continues on muscular, Italo-disco influenced opener "La Danza" and the colourful, sunrise-ready soundscape "Ambient Braindisk".
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Bring Back The Waves (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: DOWNBYTHELAKE 05. Rel: 23 May 19
  1. Jovian (feat Peach Orbit) (6:27)
  2. Bring Back The Waves (5:45)
  3. You Too (7:15)
  4. I Can See Clearly Now (The Rain Has Gone) (5:51)
Review: Typography & Drawing by Stefan Marx.
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Dem Say Ah (7" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: PTF 008. Rel: 04 Oct 19
  1. Dem Say Ah (Akoya Re Rub) (4:17)
  2. Dem Say Ah (7 Inch edit) (4:17)
Review: "Der Say Ah" has long been a banger on dance floors tuned into international sounds. It's the sort of bouncy afrobeat and sax-laced classic that has been fetching huge amounts online. DJs like Gilles Peterson and Nightmare on Wax have been playing it for yonks and now, after many years of it being out of print, it is back courtesy of Push The Fader. The Akoya Re-Rub mix here was mixed by Ben Kane who worked on D'Angelo's Black Messiah, so this sounds beyond good. The 7" version comes from DJ Spinna with extra keys from Ticklah, psyched out bass and extra dub feelings.
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Red Scorpions: Remixes (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ROYAL 0461. Rel: 05 Sep 19
  1. Enjoy This Limousine (DJ Fett Burger Liquid Underground Acid mix) (11:16)
  2. Harpo (Speckgurtel RMX - Stereo Out) (5:43)
  3. Sonnenambiente (Speckgurtel Drumapella Stereo Out) (5:40)
Review: Clone is one of the oldest active labels in the game, and DJ Fett Burger has been the most singular soundsmiths in the scene for seemingly as long. This coming together of two giants is another successful one with the Sex Tags co-founder flipping Red Scorpions' "Enjoy This Limousine" into a dubbed out techno roller with jittery snares riding on bleeping electronics. Speckgurtel then tackles "Harpo" with an old school rave energy that is muted yet euphoric, before rounding off with his Drumapella version of "Sonnenambiente", which makes an effective early evening house tool.
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Gespielt von: Virginia
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Ring Center (hand-stamped 12'')
Cat: EXT 004. Rel: 18 Sep 19
  1. DJ Gonzo & Dr Yes - "Ring Center" (6:17)
  2. Rough Thought - "Puneto" (6:44)
Review: No-nonsense German label EXT has gone back to basics here, delivering their first split-artist EP since 2016. DJ Gonzo and Dr Yes handle side A, unfurling a tactile but wonky techno jack-track ("Ring Center") full of jaunty, all action synth-bass, bleeping computer electronics, fluttering synth riffs and clanking drum machine beats that doff a cap to both Chicago jack and Motor City futurism. Rough Thought takes over on side B, charging through a bustling combination of rising and falling intergalactic synth lines, deep space chords, surging arpeggio bass and a drum track so sweaty that it could have been laid down by a drummer who has just downed four cans of the world's most repulsive energy drink.
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OWMU 001 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: OWMU 001. Rel: 08 Jul 19
  1. Music Is Life (5:39)
  2. Interplanetary (6:44)
  3. Warmth In Rhythm (5:28)
  4. Warmth In Melody (2:53)
  5. Propulsion State (4:45)
Review: Resurgent Welsh techno wizard DJ Guy launches his own label with a fresh batch of deep diving jams that put the soul back in the machine. From the twinkling, starry-eyed delights of "Music Is Life" to the horizontal meditation of "Interplanetary," this is immaculately executed electronica in the fine tradition of UK trailblazers like B12 that sounds as fresh as it did in the 90s. "Warmth In Rhythm" sports a nagging house groove to suck you in with ease, while "Propulsion State" fires off a dazzling arpeggio that heads skywards with a twitchy electro backbone for company. Top shelf tackle from a seriously talented cat.




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Cat: APP 08. Rel: 25 Sep 19
  1. Santo Antonio (9:04)
  2. Mais Populares (6:48)
  3. Green Door (7:34)
Review: Berlin deep house stalwart Hans Schaaf aka DJ Honesty is most known for being part of the local Cabinet Records crew, regularly collaborating with ZKY & Daniel Paul over the years. Outside of that, this will be the second time he's appeared on Losoul's Another Picture, following up 2017's "Janeiro" EP with yet more subtle groove magic here. On the A side we have the sublime minimal dub of "Santo Antonio" awash in hypnotic dub effects perfect for setting the vibe at the afterhours. On the flip, we have some jams which are more typical of Schaaf's usual work: the deep boompty swing of "Mais Populares" and the bleepy minimal funk of "Green Door".
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Cat: UQ 074. Rel: 11 Sep 19
  1. Favignana Sunset (5:47)
  2. I AM (7:29)
  3. I AM (Heavenly remix) (7:50)
  4. Impulsive Curves (5:23)
Review: The man himself would probably say "it's Ed - Jus Ed that is!". To directly quote the Underground Quality chief himself, the man says he is back as Bridgeport Connecticut's all time champion of house and techno, undefeated since 2001 - and still! The guy sure ain't modest, but we couldn't have said it better. From the smooth and meditative vibe of "Favignana Sunset", to the fierce acid banger "I AM" as well as the brooding and doom-laden dancefloor drama of closer "Impulsive Curves", this is unlike anything we have ever heard from the UQ boss before.
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  1. Choices (4:52)
  2. Outside (5:42)
  3. Now Scat (5:41)
  4. Press It (5:42)
Review: Maltese deep house dude Melchior Sultana becomes the latest addition to Jus-Ed's bulging list of collaborators, which also includes Levon Vincent, Fred P, Nina Kraviz, DJ Qu, Move D, Mr G, Lawrence and Son of Sound. The resultant jams are sweet, sticky and undeniably Moorish. Check, for example, the shuffling Afro-house beats, sumptuous electric piano solos, leisurely jazz guitars and spoken word vocals of "Choices", the piano and synth-bass driven breeziness of "Outside" and the classic deep house warmth of closing cut "Press It". "Now Scat", an ultra-deep, acid-flecked treat, is also top notch.
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Come Together EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: UQ 072. Rel: 24 Jun 19
  1. Contra La Corriente (5:27)
  2. Falling To Believe (5:53)
  3. Medallo Walking (Ed Reflection vocals) (4:59)
  4. Medallin Dreams 4 Lina (5:42)
  5. Medallin Dreams Dub (6:06)
Review: This time Jus-Ed teamed up with Vandel from Medellin Colombia.
To put together this deep house/Electro house feel.
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Cat: SS 076. Rel: 17 May 19
  1. Digital Love (remix) (7:00)
  2. Digital Love (instrumental) (7:00)
Review: Our newest release is the single DIGITAL LOVE by DJ Kemit, Carl McIntosh (Loose Ends), Kai Alce, and Byron The Aquarius.
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Agolele (12")
Cat: NER 24253. Rel: 19 Jul 19
  1. Agolele (Chus & Ceballos remix) (6:13)
  2. Agolele (Timabales party original) (5:10)
  3. Agolele (Berimbau On The Beach) (3:39)
Review: One of the world's premier DJ Duo's, Chus & Ceballos are well known for their uniquely energetic sets that feature hard hitting techno influences but still retain an essential connection to pure American house Music. Their music shines particularly bright in the summer, when their driving percussions impact even bigger during outdoor festivals and in the European summer clubbing markets. For their new release on Nervous, they have found a song initially released by DJ Michael Flume in 2001 called Agolele. While the release had limited exposure in its initial release, Chus & Ceballos were inspired by the authentic tribal flavor and inspired instrumentation, and saw a vision of how they could turn this into a 2019 summer club anthem. The result is out now exclusively on a Nervous Records vinyl release.
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Mud Voices (12")
Cat: Y 006. Rel: 26 Apr 19
  1. Hymn (7:06)
  2. Pearls For Knives (7:15)
  3. Mud Voices (6:42)
Review: Between 2014 and 2017, DJ Slyngshot's Yappin label delivered some of the most interesting, off-kilter dancefloor excursions around. The imprint has been dormant since, so it's great to see Slyngshot bring it back to life via this 12" from close pal DJ Neewt. There's something particularly inspired about opener "Hymn", where an increasingly intense acid bassline, raygun electronics and trippy electronic motifs wrap around a skewed breakbeat groove. Slyngshot joins in the fun on the deep, tribal and quietly psychedelic thump of "Pearls For Knives" - all dense drums, dub delays and mind-altering motifs - before Neewt finishes things off via the meandering lo-fi synth lines and chugging deep house grooves of "Mud Voices". It's good to have Yappin back, that's for sure.
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Cat: CRBD 01. Rel: 15 May 19
  1. Bronze (6:04)
  2. I Got A Toy (6:20)
Review: We're used to seeing DJ Rocca in collaborative mode; since making his debut in 2005, he's worked alongside everyone from Dimitri From Paris and Hard Ton to Fred Ventura, Rodion and In Flagranti. His latest collaborator is label-hopping London producer Alex Warren AKA Kiwi. A-side "Bronze" is warm and breezy, with the pair wrapping heavy analogue tones, dream house style chords and cosmic synthesizer flourishes around a sturdy, suitably bass-heavy groove. "I Got A Toy" is arguably even more fluid and colourful, with the combination of melodic positivity, bubbly bass and crunchy machine drums making a suitably Balearic impression despite its obvious house credentials.
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Lilium EP (12")
Cat: YEM 002. Rel: 03 Sep 19
  1. Lilium (7:47)
  2. Lovejoy (7:01)
  3. Exterrestial (7:35)
Review: Earlier in the year DJ Seinfeld returned to action with the "Galazy EP", a wonderfully spacey, breakbeat-driven affair that arguably contained some of his most mature and developed productions yet. There's more of the same on the "Lilium EP". The title track boasts serious percussive weight - a result of the producer's layering of bongos and congas above a sturdy kick drum pattern - with a trance-inducing synth bassline, fluid electric piano lines and flowery chords providing the loved-up musical accompaniment. He doffs a cap towards both mid 1980s NYC freestyle and Italo-disco on the Bobby Orlando-influenced brilliance of "Lovejoy", whose drums and synth sounds are impressively authentic in their style and execution, while "Exterrestial" is a pleasingly fluid fusion of breakbeat-driven deep house and late '90s style NYC "dark garage".
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Nuances De Nuit Vol 1 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NUIT 001. Rel: 16 Sep 19
  1. DJ Steaw - "Vertigo" (6:01)
  2. Armless Kid - "Untitled" (5:49)
  3. T Jacques - "Context" (5:51)
  4. E Wan - "Twice" (6:44)
Review: New label Nuances de Nuit kick off in fine style with a various artists 12" that draws on some emergent names to lay out a vision of cross-style dance music that favours the deeper end of the pool. Things get going with an organ-rich house bumper from DJ Steaw that pumps in all the right places, before Armless Kid switches things up with an untitled slice of dynamic, richly layered electro. T. Jacques thumps out a crafty, swinging cut with techy inclinations and oodles of groove, and E. Wan takes things in a more linear, deep techno direction laden with gorgeous synth work and plenty of artful effects processing.
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Cat: ATN 048. Rel: 08 May 19
  1. Voices (9:39)
  2. Shoubuari (Battle mix) (8:19)
  3. Riding For A Fall (5:54)
Review: Having announced the first part of his new trilogy only a month ago, Dang-Khoa Chau presents yet another EP for Parisian imprint Antinote. "Riding For A Fall" is the follow up to the neon-lit and celestial ethno-house expressed on his recent Mystic Warrior EP. From the majestic acid freefall of "Voices", to the shimmering "Shoubuari" (Battle Mix) which reaches near tribal moments (and calls to mind his work under the 45ACP alias a little while back) and finally the title track with its shamanic new age vibe, this second instalment will take you deep into the rainforest for ritual rites.
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707 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DBT 707. Rel: 01 Jul 19
  1. Chotto Complications (6:50)
  2. Big Moon (7:49)
  3. Tiger Nuts (dub) (7:16)
Review: Tomoki Tamura and Tuccillo first fired up their Doublet collaboration back in 2015, and after a brief hiatus they've reignited the project with another three delicate and dynamic excursions. "Chotto Complications" is a crafty construction that works around an electro framework, with intricate beat programming and nimble synth lines anchored by fulsome chord drops. "Big Moon" takes things into a more hypnotic headspace, using hushed tones to mark out the atmosphere around an undulating deep house groove. "Tiger Nuts (dub)" is the feistiest track on the record, using a punchy rhythm section and nagging sample daggers to create an insistent groove that will do the damage for the tech house cognoscenti.




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808 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DBT 808. Rel: 14 Oct 19
  1. Tee's 8
  2. Three Thousand Men
  3. Tentation
Review: Tomoki Tamura and Tuccillo are back together once again as Doublet, with both seasoned tech house champs having fun in the studio jamming out the kind of stripped back, heads down grooves you'd expect to hear them play out. "Tee's 8" is a cheeky A side jam with the kind of acid line that goes down easy and then works you from the inside out. "Three Thousand Men" has a slight dubby thread to it which sits comfortably amongst the sturdy groove of the drums, and then "Tentation" switches gears for a bright and melodic creation that skips around in funky syncopation without even needing to worry about a kick drum.


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Cat: STEDIT 006. Rel: 26 Jun 19
  1. Sigi Sele (Ben Gomori edit) (7:40)
  2. Sigi Sele (Ben Gomori Disco dub) (5:42)
  3. Djina Mousso (Tom Jay edit) (6:13)
Review: For those who dig dancefloor-friendly takes on World Music classics, the Sterns Edits label - a collaboration between producer Ben Gomori and long-serving African and Brazilian music specialists Sterns Music - should be an imprint to watch. The label's latest must-have EP boasts fresh revisions of killer cuts from the epic back catalogue of Malian artist Nahawa Doumbia. Gomori works his magic on 1987 cut "Sige Sele", first sticking rolling house beats beneath the original's cut-glass strings, funky bass, storming horns and superb vocals (the A-side "Edit"), before opening the flipside with a largely vocal free "Disco Dub" that's arguably even better. To round things off, Tom Jay offers a similarly tooled up take on the more synthesizer-heavy "Djina Mousso".
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Cat: GLITS 041. Rel: 20 Sep 19
  1. I Don't Want You Anymore (Dr Packer extended remix) (6:38)
  2. When Love Breaks Down (Dr Packer extended remix) (8:24)
  3. No Price (Dr Packer extended remix) (8:09)
  4. Boogie 2nite (Dr Packer extended remix) (6:55)
Review: Legendary edit master Dr. Packer digs deeper for part three of his "Different Strokes" series and churns out four more tasteful reworks of soul, house and disco classics. His take on The MuthaFunkaz's "I Don't Want You Anymore" is big in every department - bass, instrumentation and vocals as well as The Shapeshifters' "When Love Breaks Down" which gets reworked into a sumptuous vocal disco anthem. Flip over for "No Price" and "Boogie 2nite", both extended remixes that soar to the heavens with plenty of glorious strings and irresistible diva vocals. For lovers of all forms of disco, this is another vital release from scene leaders Packer and Glitterbox.
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Cat: SSMDC 003. Rel: 24 Jul 19
  1. I'll Take You There (Moplen remix) (7:18)
  2. I'll Take You There (Directors cut Classic Signature remix) (7:48)
  3. I'll Take You There (Dimitri From Paris re-edit) (7:48)
  4. I'll Take You There (The Shapeshifters remix) (7:42)
Review: Back in 2011, Frankie Knuckles and Eric Kupper debuted their Director's Cut project by teaming up with old pal Jamie Principle on "I'll Take You There". Here it gets the reissue treatment, with a trio of classic mixes being joined by a fresh revision from scalpel maestro Moplen. His version is delicious, with Principle's loved-up vocal rising above bubbly synth-bass, evocative organ lines, swirling synthesizer motifs and sunrise chords. There's another chance to enjoy Director's Cut's own warm and glassy-eyed "Signature Remix", a second spin for Dimitri From Paris's slightly breezier (but no less loved-up) re-edit and a boisterous funky house rework from the Shapeshifters that some may have missed first time around.
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Cat: PS 002. Rel: 08 May 19
  1. Fred P - "Liquidity" (5:34)
  2. Fred P - "Lush Culture" (5:47)
  3. Deetron - "Sweet Science" (8:12)
  4. Fred P - "119 Black Key Experiment" (Continuation interlude) (2:33)
Review: The inimitable Fred Peterkin presents yet more incredible adventures on his newly inaugurated Perpetual Sound imprint. Following up the incredible EP from Black Jazz Consortium back in December, this sophomore effort sees the head honcho co-present some fine tracks with veteran Swiss producer Sam Geiser aka Deetron via the Lush Culture EP. It's all about Captain P on the A side, featuring the deep and moody tribal entrancement of "Liquidity" followed by the soulful title track - which features his trademark use of emotive synth sounds and immaculately programmed rhythms. On the flip, Deetron goes well deep and smooth on his offering "Sweet Science" which sees him deliver hi-tech soul in his usual idiosyncratic style before P returns to conclude the release with the retro-futurist, ambient "119 Black Key Experiment".
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Rushing (12")
Cat: DFTD 577. Rel: 10 Oct 19
  1. Jamie Jones & Darius Syrossian - "Rushing" (extended mix) (5:43)
  2. Jamie Jones & Darius Syrossian - "Rushing" (Afterparty Basement mix) (5:36)
  3. Darius Syrossian - "Come On Come On" (extended mix) (6:33)
  4. Darius Syrossian - "Kouka" (Warehouse Basement mix) (6:17)
Review: Jamie Jones and Darius Syrossian are both house heavyweights, but with very different vibes. It's fascinating that they have come together on this EP then, with their collaborative "Rushing" opening the EP in steamy fashion. It features a well worn vocal repackaged on bulky, bass driven house drums that are designed to get the crowd pumping their fists. The "Afterparty Basement Mix" is even harder hitting with some chords layered in for extra fun, then Darius goes solo on the flip for "Come On Come On", which fits in with his rolling, well sampled house style and is a sure fire crowd pleaser. The more stripped back and hypotonic "Kouka" is perfect for big spaces and bringing crowds together to march to a beat.
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Soundscape Versions 03 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: SVER 03. Rel: 01 Aug 19
  1. Kintaro 89 - "Datei Jazz 500" (6:02)
  2. Faune - "Mib/Andis" (5:53)
  3. Arian Alexander - "By Dawn" (5:44)
  4. Douala - "180117" (6:28)
Review: Soundscape Versions delivers its third edition of the various artists series and offers four effective cuts between subtle house breaks, acid house, electro and atmospheric techno. Featuring Kintaro 89, Faune, Arian Alexander and Douala.
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  1. VICARI - "Uncalminginfluence" (7:47)
  2. Jay Bliss & Dragos Ilici - "Oobleck" (7:18)
  3. Discret Popescu - "Lose Touch" (6:37)
  4. Stav - "Amber" (7:35)
Review: It has been two years since Jay Bliss presented the last installment of his respected Stomping Grounds imprint, and now he's back with a third various artists EP. Bliss certainly has selected some of the scene's very best for contributions on SG 005: the ever impressive VICARI serves up the deep and dubby afterhours stomp of "Uncalminginfluence", before the label boss teams up with fellow Club Guesthouse resident Dragos Ilici for some quirky and glitchin' minimal funk on "Oobleck". Label staple Discret Popescu (aka Crihan) makes an appearance too, serving up the rolling and hypnotic "Lose Touch".
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Alben
Cat: AUS 143. Rel: 19 Jun 19
  1. Rhythm Girl Swing (7:35)
  2. Vibrations (7:17)
  3. Wado Baya (7:33)
Review: In recent years, Detroit Swindle's outings away from their own Heist Recordings imprint have been few and far between, so it's nice to see them popping up on Will Saul's Aus Music imprint. He's done a good job A&R-wise, with all three tracks hitting the expected highs. The Dutch duo are in fine form with "Wado Baya", a rubbery chunk of hot-stepping Afro-house where bleeping electronic melodies and glassy-eyed chords rise above a snappy-but-bouncy groove. "Rhythm Girl Swing" sounds like a slipped and slightly skewed take on hypnotic mid-90s house - all trippy riffs and slowly rising filtered motifs - while "Vibrations" sees them join the dots between warm and woozy early '90s deep house and organ-rich New Jersey flavours.
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