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Relative Persuasions (limited 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: BT 35. Rel: 29 Apr 19
  1. ARP220 - "Meur Maei" (6:40)
  2. Obergman - "Chronostasis" (6:03)
  3. XY0815 & Int Main - "Rigid Body" (4:56)
  4. The Jaffa Kid - "Intergalactic War Trials" (4:07)
  5. Oskar Telemann - "Anruf Aus Dem Westen" (4:40)
Gespielt von: DJ Glow / Populist
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Cat: BT 28CHR02. Rel: 13 Jun 18
  1. Danse3 (7:47)
  2. Corde (6:17)
  3. Last Night (5:27)
  4. Purification (6:00)
  5. Dark Days (4:34)
Review: You can always count on Brokntoys for surefire modern electro perspectives. Their latest weapon comes courtesy of French analogue freak Raphael Vendramini aka Automat, who gets properly brooding on The Invisible EP. This underrated hero of the underground has been around for some time, releasing everywhere from French labels like Karat and Leitmotiv, to Daz Quayle's SCSI-AV and even Full Panda on some of their earlier releases. From the nefarious smack-electro of "Corde" to the modern coldwave antics "Last Night" or the experimental beats of "Purification" which call to mind the seminal early '80s sounds of Front 242 or Severed Heads.
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Plat & Form PF (numbered hand-stamped 12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: BT 33. Rel: 17 Apr 19
  1. Super Deep Voices (4:27)
  2. Plat+Florm (6:30)
  3. Keep On Looking (6:09)
  4. Miscopol (6:07)
  5. Voltsin (7:18)
  6. Soijien (4:28)
Review: Given the amount of jobs he has (Elevator Sound shop owner, modular synth show promoter and superclub manager, for starters) we often wonder how Marco Bernardi finds time to sleep, let alone conjure up new EPs of high quality machine music. This outing on Brokntoys is another fine collection from the Bristol-based Glaswegian. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the acid-flecked deep electro melodiousness of "Super Deep Voices" and glacial, off-kilter IDM warmth of "Plat+Form", to the deep space modular funk of "Miscopol" and the foreboding throb of the EP's acid-laden closing cut, "Soijien". Smart work from Bernadi... as usual.
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Spoken Word Of Lie (limited numbered hand stamped 12" + screen printed insert)
Cat: BT 07. Rel: 16 Sep 15
  1. Spoken Word Of Lie (7:04)
  2. Magic Night (6:37)
  3. Sisterwatch (6:44)
  4. Catching Clouds In Outerspace (8:28)
Review: Scottish producer Marco Bernardi has been at it a while and is known for his consistent run of emotive techno releases. Now living in Bristol, he presents us with "Spoken Word With Lie" on Brokntoys out of London, and keeps on with his amazing vision. The title track is a nice little acid number with creepy vocals. While "Magic Night" is quality electro on the Drexciyan tip. On the flip "Catching Clouds In Outer Space" is totally sublime soulful techno reminiscent of early John Beltran and the real highlight on here.
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Emotional Wreck (limited hand-stamped numbered 12")
Cat: BT 03. Rel: 18 Jun 14
  1. Emotional Wreck
  2. Catman's Going To Get You
  3. The Light Beside The Hall
  4. Genetic Genocide
Review: Bristol-based producer Marco Bernardi seems to be challenging Ed 'DMX Krew' Upton in the prolific stakes these days with no less than three 12"s surfacing in recent months (with at least two more due to drop in the coming weeks) Here he surfaces on the fledgling but already rather impressive Brokntoys, a London label that emerged in fine style last year with the Mode #7 12" from UK electro stalwart Pip Williams, complemented by the well judged presentation (we do love a printed insert here at Juno HQ). After coaxing some rare Scape One material out of Kurt Baggeley, this Emotional Wreck 12" from Bernardi represents another coup for Brokntoys. From the very off it seems like Bernardi is in the mood to unsettle as he draws from the most unhinged corners of his electro and techno palette. The superbly named "Catman's Going To Get You" is a particular highlight.
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Haunted Memory (limited numbered hand-stamped 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: BT 20. Rel: 14 Feb 18
  1. Reflection (4:52)
  2. Terra (6:05)
  3. Ghost (4:22)
  4. Caverns (8:22)
Review: Following a fine year in 2017, in which he showcased his particular brand of far-sighted electro/techno fusion on Mosaique and 030303, Michael Caron pitches up on the admirable Brokntoys label. Predictably, he's on form, too, conjuring up a near faultless chunk of spacey electro/acid fusion (brilliant opener "Reflection"), before diving deeper into TB-303-fired waters on the haunting and off-kilter "Terra". Over on side B, Caron layers up the fuzz on the punchier and funkier electro cut "Ghost", whilst reaching for kick-drum dominated 4/4 techno rhythms on ghostly closer "Caverns". Naturally, this also includes some terrifically tasty acid lines.
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Lesser Mysteries (limited hand-stamped numbered 12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: BT 21. Rel: 10 Jan 18
  1. Ben Cohen - "Entrance" (5:47)
  2. Monotoxine - "Positive Thinking!" (5:14)
  3. Tharsis Shelter Unit - "Start Transmission" (4:13)
  4. Stratowerx - "Zero Hour Dispatch" (5:04)
  5. Furious Frank - "Night Rider" (5:11)
Review: It's now become traditional for the admirable Brokntoys label to begin each year with a multi-artist, compilation style EP. Predictably, this year's volume, Lesser Myesteries, is predictably impressive. Amongst the highlights you'll find a first outing from Ben Cohen since 2015 - the symphonic chords, broken techno beats and stargazing ethos of "Entrance" - a fiendishly industrial chunk of wayward electro from Tharsis Shelter Unit ("Start Transmission"), and a wonderfully atmospheric cut from Furious Frank ("Night Rider") that sounds like a melancholic electro remake of the Pet Shop Boys "West End Girls" (this is a good thing, by the way). Monotoxine's wild and wayward "Positive Thinking" - think acid electro fused with Rephlex style "braindance" - is also fantastic.
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Gespielt von: Billy Nasty, Ali Renault
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Invisible Darning (hand-stamped 12" + screen-printed insert)
Cat: BT 09. Rel: 13 Jan 16
  1. Crystal Maze - "Crossroad Blues" (7:58)
  2. Dez Williams - "Hand On Mouth" (4:44)
  3. Echo 106 - "100M Splutter" (5:56)
  4. The Pulse Projects - "Grounds" (6:10)
Review: Since launching in 2013, London's Brokntoys imprint has released a number of fine EPs of mutant electro from the likes of Scape One, Rutherford and Marco Bernadi. Here, they drop a second split EP featuring similarly minded tracks from a variety of obscure artists. Crystal Maze kicks things off with the foreboding electronics, off-kilter techno rhythms and mind-melting acid lines of "Crossroad Blues", before Desz Williams goes in hard with the fiery electro beats, booming bottom end and eyes-closed chords of "Hand On Mouth". Flip for the alien-sounding, sci-fi techno pulse of Echo 106's brilliantly atmospheric "100m Splutter", and the distorted intelligent techno-meets-electro madness of The Pulse Projects' "Grounds".
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Cat: BT 32DDQ04. Rel: 07 Nov 18
  1. In Every Man (5:59)
  2. First Gig (3:00)
  3. Les Consequences De Mes Actes (5:43)
  4. The Great Struggle (4:30)
Review: The latest volume in Brokntoys consistently excellent DDQ series comes courtesy of Elements of Joy, one of the lesser-known aliases of UVB producer Sebastien Michel. All four tracks originally slipped out on a limited cassette on Michel's own Body Theory label back in 2016, and here appear on vinyl for the very first time. Built around the producer's love of industrial, experimental new wave and dark ambient, all four cuts are fuzzy, dystopian and thoroughly alluring. Highlights include the foreboding, distorted shuffle of "Les Consequences De Mes Actes", the throbbing industrial-funk heaviness of opener "In Every Man" and the droning, guitar-laden growl of closing cut "The Great Struggle".
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Amper (limited numbered hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BT 31. Rel: 17 Oct 18
  1. 2 1/2 Minutes To Midnight (7:34)
  2. Strage Del Cermis (5:32)
  3. Bohemia (5:17)
  4. Himl Hergot (5:23)
  5. Thank You But No Thank You (4:52)
  6. At The Edge Of Unknown Worlds (6:35)
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Drama In Decay (12" limited to 200 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: BTMNC 01. Rel: 30 Nov 17
  1. Power Plant Tales (5:49)
  2. Theorem X (6:37)
  3. Post Factum (6:21)
  4. Self-Denial (6:21)
Gespielt von: Khotin
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Split EP (12")
Cat: BT 34. Rel: 27 Mar 19
  1. Gil Barte - "Guede" (8:57)
  2. Gil Barte - "Egareur" (6:13)
  3. Lostsoundbytes - "Sell The Fear" (4:30)
  4. Lostsoundbytes - "Sun's Anvil" (4:57)
  5. Lostsoundbytes - "Madness Of The King's Court" (6:52)
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Split EP (12")
Cat: BT 29DDQ03. Rel: 23 May 18
  1. Identified Patient - "Weerlos" (5:06)
  2. Identified Patient - "Stretch Out For Nothing" (6:43)
  3. Scarlit Port - "Marg" (4:39)
  4. Scarlit Port - "Touch U Without Touchin Ur Skin" (4:44)
Review: Following up some great releases by the likes of Greek analogue punk Morah, Gavin Pykerman aka Koova and French veteran Automat - London's Brokntoys are back with a wicked double header. On the A side of this Split EP we have Identified Patient (Pinkman/Common Thread) who serves up the guttural slo-mo techno of "Weerlos" and the electro-noir body music of "Stretch Out For Nothing". On the flip, the EBM/industrial vibe continues with Nurse boss Ali Najafi aka Scarlit Port - who delivers the slow burning sleaze of "Marg" (reminiscent of Front 242 circa Geography) and the factory floor groove of "Touch U Without Touchin Ur Skin" powered by appropriate metallic clangs, acidic arpeggios and brooding strings.
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Gespielt von: Alexis Le-Tan, Mr Assister
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Post Love (limited hand-stamped numbered 12" + screen-printed artwork)
Cat: BT 12. Rel: 07 Sep 16
  1. Taking An Already Taken Decision (9:22)
  2. Dolphin's Cry (6:39)
  3. Haguenesse Wind (5:40)
Review: Apparently, ITPDWIP is short for "Instant Teleportation Process Detected While In Process", which should give a clue to the sci-fi influences at the heart of Vladimiros Peilivanidis's latest project. This is the follow-up to his well-received Anachronism 12" on Frustrated Funk, and contains a trio of melodious, far-sighted cuts. Our highlight is probably "Taking An Already Taking Decision", where wistful chords and bubbling electronic motifs wind themselves around a rubbery bassline and elastic electro beats. That said, there's something almost as alluring about the lo-fi analogue synths, deep space chords and curiously swinging beats of "Dolphin's Cry", while the mutant IDM-funk of "Haguenesse Wind" - think early Autechre, and you're close - is similarly impressive.
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Perfect Language (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: BT 10. Rel: 24 Feb 16
  1. Junq - "303 Days On Kepla-47c" (6:39)
  2. Syncom Data - "UnphAzD" (Strings Attached mix) (5:28)
  3. Microthol - "Mod_electro_mix4" (5:13)
  4. Etcher - "Departure" (6:16)
Review: London's Brokntoys hit double figures and do it in style with the Perfect Language 12" which canvasses another cross section of electro's finest. Artmechanical boss Junq is up first, with the gloriously squelchy acid electro stylings of "303 Days On Kepla-47c" which stands up well against the more unhinged Lowlands approach of Syncom Data's "UnphAzD" (Strings Attached mix). Warning: watch out for the razor sharp bass on this cut from SD duo! Vienna pair Microthol add a touch of underwater adventure with the crisp "mod_electro_mix4" whilst Swede Etcher ends the record with a good old fashioned exercise in banging the box. Heres to another ten releases Brokntoys!
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Expanded Consciousness (hand-stamped 12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: BT 15. Rel: 02 Nov 16
  1. Early Mornings (6:21)
  2. Bubble Theory (5:23)
  3. Expanded Consciousness (4:59)
  4. Early Mornings (Delta Funktionen remix) (5:40)
Review: Unlike many electro explorers, Komarken Electronics seems to prefer making positive and melodious music. That's not to say that he can't go creepy or create fiendishly paranoid music, though. This first EP for Brokntys boasts both a genuinely atmospheric chunk of Drexciyan paranoia, "Bubble Theory", and a slamming chunk of intergalactic electro ("Expanded Consciousness"). Even so, the latter track is partly successful due to its' combination of bombastic beats and spacey melodies, while EP opener "Early Mornings" is amongst the most ear-pleasing and picturesque electro tunes we've heard this year. The 12" also includes a fine remix of that highlight from Delta Funktionen, which drags the track further towards throbbing techno territory whilst retaining the Swedish producer's twinkling melody lines.
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Conducere (numbered hand-stamped 12" in screen-printed sleeve) (1 per customer)
Cat: BT 24. Rel: 12 Sep 18
  1. Conduit (5:22)
  2. Resus (4:45)
  3. Frustration (4:33)
  4. Sometimes Threre's Nothing (4:39)
  5. Sometimes A Conduit (Patricia Amalgamix) (6:25)
Gespielt von: Billy Nasty
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Empty Spaces (limited hand-stamped numbered 12" + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: BT 05. Rel: 29 Apr 15
  1. Code (4:17)
  2. Words Of Wisdom (5:40)
  3. Deactivation (4:54)
  4. Losing It (4:15)
  5. Links (4:39)
Review: Gavin Pykerman's excursions as Koova may well be infrequent but records for Abstract Forms and AC have more than proved his devotion to the promotion of electro. Currently engaged in the London Modular Alliance with Pip Williams and Yes Effect, Pykerman breaks free to add the excellent Brokntoys label to his Koova collar with the fine 12" Empty Spaces. At five tracks deep, Empty Spaces represents a fine statement on the current health of electro with Pykerman masterfully slipping through the tempo gears and moving from glistening Utopian soundscapes to darker moments. A fine addition to the increasingly impressive Brokntoys label with screen printed artwork unique to each copy.
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Out Of Sync (hand-stamped numbered 12")
Cat: BT 14. Rel: 30 Sep 16
  1. DeOrbit_118 (3:41)
  2. The Mind Is A Terrible Thing (4:47)
  3. Tinker (4:46)
  4. Their Discontent (4:48)
  5. Out Of Sync (5:26)
Review: The London Modular Alliance is a long-running improvised hardware troupe formed of Gavin 'Koova' Pykerman, Simon 'Yes Effect' Lynch and Pip Williams, who also oversee the Hackney Wick-based synth shop London Modular. Active in the live sense since 2012, the trio have recently transferred the project to the studio with a fine debut 12" for Kirk Degiorgio's long running ART label earlier this year. A second LMA release now arrives courtesy of Brokntoys and is another impressive trip into stargazing techno and electro territory. They doff a collective cap to classic intelligent techno and Motor City ambient on melodious opener "DeOrbit_118", before exploring Drexciya style electro territory on the impressive "The Mind Is A Terrible Thing", and "Tinker". Over on the flip, "Their Discontent" is reminiscent of both darker British IDM and Klaxon style Dutch electro, while "Out Of Sync" dips the tempo in order to pay tribute to such UK electronic greats as Aphex Twin, B12 and the Black Dog.
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Stranger Destiny (1999-2009) (LP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: BT27CHR 01. Rel: 31 Jan 18
  1. Professor Laphroaigh (4:20)
  2. Electric Avenue (3:35)
  3. Stranger Destiny (6:50)
  4. Fritzland (2:56)
  5. Misty Eyes (5:59)
  6. Operation Yrla (2:13)
  7. The Sleeping Statue (3:51)
  8. Goodbye No Forever (2:27)
Review: Last year, long-serving Swedish hardware wizard Karl Lukas Petterson allowed the BROKNTOYS crew to root around in his boxes of old DAT tapes. The result is Stranger Destiny, a fine collection of archive electro cuts that have mostly never seen the light of day. As you'd expect from both label and producer, the standard is impeccably high throughout, with highlights including (but not restricted to), the sparse alien funk of "Fritzland", the psychedelic acid bass, spoken weird weirdness and beeping melodies of "Operation Yria" and the eccentric, mind-altering ambient oddness of closer "Goodbye No Forever". It's also nice to see another airing for one of his greatest cuts of all time, "Professor Laphroaig", which first appeared on a Dr Lindh 12" back in 2005.
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Gespielt von: Ethyl, A-Future
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Guests Of Reality (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BT 04. Rel: 10 Dec 14
  1. Luke Eargoggle & Kan3da - "Night Smoker"
  2. Kan3da - "Photoptarmosis"
  3. Obergman - "Rosetta"
  4. Luke Eargoggle - "Ambulance"
  5. Rutherford - "Fordelningspolitik"
Review: Transmissions from London-based electro outpost Brokntoys don't come about so often and they rarely stay that long on the racks at Juno HQ. A fourth release, Guests Of Reality, arrives with a change in tack for Brokntoys, eschewing full artist releases of previous records for a split release that shows the strength of the Swedish electro scene. Fresh off a mind bending wave turn on Acido as Karl Lukas Pettersson, Luke Eargoggle commences proceedings in the fashion befitting of him with the harsh futurism of "Night Smoker," a fine collaboration with Kan3Da. Following this, Kan3da goes solo on the crisp sounding "Photoptarmosis" whilst the flip features more abstract fare from Obergman, Rutherford and Eargoggle again. A fine electro document!
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Blurred Angles (limited hand-stamped numbered 12")
Cat: BT 13. Rel: 29 Jun 16
  1. Luke Eargoggle & The Hacker - "Body" (6:09)
  2. Luke Eargoggle & Marco Bernardi - "Rat Wire Chomp" (6:52)
  3. Luke Eargoggle & Rutherford - "Stalkers Behave" (7:12)
  4. Luke Eargoggle & Das Muster - "Starke" (3:45)
Review: Electro is a genre with concepts riven deep within its DNA, and Brokntoys is a label that likes to approach the conceptual from fresh new angles with each release. Or should that be blurred angles, as this latest Brokntoys 12" casts the iconic Luke Eargoggle as conductor alongside an impressive cast of the Swedish producer's contemporaries. Michal Amato (aka The Hacker), Marco Bernardi, Das Muster and Rutherford all line up to work alongside Eargoggle for a most impressive 12" that covers all facets of contemporary electro. The Hacker and Eargoggle's "Body" is almost New Beat, sounding like a lost Dissident cut, whilst "Rat Wire Chomp" with Bernardi falls neatly in the camp of Motor City futurism. There's a satisfying rhythmic snap and some dastardly vocoders on Rutherford and Eargoggle's "Stalker's Behave", whilst the Das Muster collaboration, "Starke," might just be the best slice of electro here.
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Then We Fall (limited hand-stamped numbered vinyl 12" in screen-printed sleeve) (1 per customer)
Cat: BT 22. Rel: 22 Mar 18
  1. Tripten (3:42)
  2. Radion (4:05)
  3. Haccium (5:34)
  4. Lesis (4:20)
  5. Nixit (4:35)
  6. Gomjet (4:31)
Gespielt von: Ali Renault
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Ursa Major (limited numbered hand-stamped 12" in screen-printed sleeve) (1 per customer)
Cat: BT 23. Rel: 16 May 18
  1. Coma Verenices (6:15)
  2. Lucifer's Light (Final Discussion) (5:07)
  3. Aphrodite Wants Me To See Her Light Tonight (4:03)
  4. Cassiopeia's Daughter's Nebular Gate (5:28)
  5. Rings Of Saturn (6:49)
  6. Venus Delta (3:00)
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The Glowing (limited numbered hand-stamped 12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: BT 17. Rel: 08 Feb 17
  1. Morah - "One Conversation With A Funny Demon" (5:18)
  2. Solid Blake - "Burns" (4:20)
  3. Ivna Ji - "Oscillating Universe" (6:03)
  4. Vertical67 - "Distortion" (7:06)
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Cat: BT 08.
  1. Quantum Eraser
  2. Tokamak
  3. Rotunda
  4. Synchronicity
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Rings Around Saturn (hand-stamped vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: BT 30. Rel: 29 Nov 18
  1. Saturnine (2:37)
  2. Pulp Tech (4:16)
  3. Apocalypse Lite (7:56)
  4. Event Strike (7:56)
  5. Perfect Crime (5:38)
  6. Online Spectre (6:27)
  7. World Interior (3:53)
  8. Uncanny Soul (4:24)
  9. Non Place (2:32)
  10. Automatic Memory (7:30)
  11. Mirage (4:17)
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Singularis (numbered hand-stamped 12" in screen printed sleeve)
Cat: BT 06. Rel: 08 Jul 15
  1. Learn Leave (7:39)
  2. Ringer (5:57)
  3. Spoken Word (6:12)
  4. Singularis (8:53)
Review: If you want to judge the current health of electro, the Brokntoys label is a very good barometer. From their London base, Brokntoys have stealthily assembled a small but desirable discography from some of the genre's masters current masters. A second release of the year, quite rare for Brokntoys, finds the label returning to Sweden's Ronnie 'Rutherford' Johansson, who debuted as part of the excellent v/a 12" Guests Of Reality. Singularis represents one of the rare occasions the Gothenburg-based artist has released outside of Luke Eargoggle's Stilleben label, and features some proper icy electro productions as well as more abstract fare.
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Planetoid (12")
Cat: BT 02. Rel: 19 Feb 14
  1. Planetoid
  2. Europa's Secret
  3. Distinct Century
  4. Right Ascension
Review: Inaugurated last year in fine style by Pip Williams, the London-based Brokntoys imprint resurfaces here with another shining example of their electro-focused manifesto from Scape One. The four track Planetoid EP is Kurt Baggeley's first release as Scape One in some time, but will appeal instantly to fans of the project. There's a abstract underbelly to the title track, with harsh textures acting in schizophrenic fashion beneath the stripped back rhythms and mutating analogue melodies. Complementing this "Europa's Secret" takes a pensive approach to the classic electro template, whilst "Distinct Century" is a more bugged out variant and "Right Acension" ends proceedings on a star gazing, ambient tip. More of this please Brokntoys!
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False Endings (limited numbered hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BT 25. Rel: 06 Mar 19
  1. Robert Valera - "Test 2" (5:05)
  2. Marco Bernardi - "Tokyo Sunrise" (7:58)
  3. Vertical67 - "Out Of Sight" (5:33)
  4. Exhauated Modern - "The Last Minute On Earth" (6:06)
Review: Brokntoys has released a number of superb multi-artist EPs over the years, so it's little surprise to find that their latest compilation style effort consistently hits the mark. Robert Valera impresses with the creepy, minor key techno/electro fusion of "Test 2" - a modular workout that intensifies in waves - before Bristol-based Glaswegian heavyweight Marco Bernadi wraps glistening, Vector Lovers style synth motifs around a shuffling, hardcore style breakbeat on "Tokyo Sunrise". Turn to side B for punchy and spacey electro antics from Vertical67 (whose "Out of Sight" is luscious), not to mention the widescreen chords, cinematic electronics and foreboding, spaced-out beats of "The Last Minute on Earth".
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Polychange (hand-stamped numbered 12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: BT 16. Rel: 07 Dec 16
  1. Artificial Affection (5:58)
  2. Cloaking Mod (7:14)
  3. Manipulated Matter (8:23)
  4. Polychange (6:22)
Review: As 2016 draws to a close, Boris Bunnik once again dons the Versalife alias for his third and final 12" of the year. As we've come to expect, it's a hugely melodious and emotion-rich affair, full of glistening lead leads, dreamy, ambient influenced chords, and rolling electro rhythms. He begins with the glacial beauty of "Artificial Affection", which is arguably one of the most picturesque things the Dutch producer has ever committed to wax, before moving further towards Convextion territory on the outer-space sparkle of "Cloaking Mod". On the flip, you'll find the sharp, bleep-heavy, artificial intelligence funk of "Manipulated Matter", and the throbbing, dark room creepiness of "Polychange". Bunnik's releases are usually of a very high standard, and this Brokntoys outing is no different.
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Morphed Reality (limited numbered hand-stamped 12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: BT 18. Rel: 02 May 17
  1. Far Away Lights (4:29)
  2. Morphed Reality (5:03)
  3. Cosmos (7:02)
  4. You Shouldn't Have Said That (4:31)
Review: Brokntoys is a London based label curated by Anwar, Athene & Kristopher Hall. They've previously brought us the likes of London Modular Alliance, Boris Bunnik under his Versalife alias and more recently Kovyazin D & Morales. It's now time for Vertical67, who since 2008 has released everywhere from 100% Silk to Lunar Disko and Berlin's Vortex Trax. The EP starts off with some gnarly and brooding electro on "Far Away Lights" complete with some good ol' acid grunt. They then get deep on "Morphed Reality"which gives you your fix of sub-aquatic, Drexciyan electro funk. On the flip, things take a much more majestic turn and this is definitely demonstrated best on "You Shouldn't Have Said That" which transports you to a darkwave electro fantasy world complete with more epic TB 303 action.
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Cat: BT 11. Rel: 03 Aug 16
  1. Ghost Train (8:57)
  2. Buckley’s Escape (5:34)
  3. Bunjil (7:41)
  4. Digital Detox (6:33)
Review: Melbourne-based producer Rory McPike has been busy of late, delivering EPs for Butter Sessions and Normals Welcome under the now familiar Dan White alias. This outing for Brokntoys explores similar territory, with McPike utilizing a range of vintage machines and synthesizers on a quartet of spacey, melodious, intelligent techno influenced cuts. The intergalactic electro of "Buckley's Escape" impresses via shimmering electronics, snappy beats and a spine-tingling extended breakdown, while "Digital Detox" is as melodious, sweet and picturesque as you'd expect. Arguably best of all, though, is "Ghost Train", where fluttering chords and spaced-out melodies ride a swinging, snare-heavy 4/4 groove.
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Mode #7 (numbered hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BT 01. Rel: 27 Nov 13
  1. Mode #7
  2. ASBO Youth
  3. Pleasure Deficiency Syndrome
  4. Ashburton
Gespielt von: Billy Nasty, Sync 24, RadioNasty
out of stock $9.28
Exahertz (limited numbered hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BT 19. Rel: 05 Jul 17
  1. Cygonic System (3:21)
  2. Tool Matter (4:17)
  3. End Of Your Orbit (4:41)
  4. Octogon X (5:42)
  5. Pseudo Bavaria (5:06)
  6. Lost Wires (2:50)
Review: Mysterious hardware fetishist XY0815 recently pricked our consciousness via a fine contribution to Pulse Drift's Transmission Europa compilation. On this fine debut single, the man or woman of mystery makes good on that early promise. Perhaps what's most impressive is the variety on show. One minute, you're daydreaming of an unlikely collaboration between Kraftwerk and Pete Namlook ("Cygonic System"), the next casting glances towards the Motor City via the deep Drexciyan dive of "End of Your Orbit". The EP also includes a trip into psychedelic intelligent techno/electro fusion ("Octagon X"), a blissfully spacey ambient workout ("Lost Wires") and a punchy electro box jam ("Tool Matter"). A star is born.
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