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Visio
Visio (12")
Cat: PERLON 104. Rel: 18 Feb 15
 
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Visio
  2. Ruski
Review: After the adventures in Meditations from Thomas Melchior, Perlon's latest release of an impressive 2015 so far finds the label turn to a lesser known artist in Bihn. The production alias of Berlin based Germann Nguyen, BIHN emerged last year with a pair of low key 12"s as well as working with Onur Ozer as Treatment. What Nguyen lacks in profile he makes up for in punchy Perlon-worthy productions skills on the basis of his two tracks here with opener "Visio" a quite haunting cut where stripped back drum programming allows a neat bassline and detailed synth work to shine. Complementing this, it feels like "Ruski" is Nguyen letting his more urgent desires reign free and is likely to become a B side many selectors cherish.
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Down
Down (12")
Cat: PERLON 125. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Vormlock (12:03)
  2. Down (16:02)
Review: Disordered Rhythm Metronomy may be a puzzling (and, let's face it, rather strange) artistic alias, but the two men behind the project, Ricardo Villalobos and Edward, have produced some of the most distinctive leftfield techno of the last decade. As a result, you'd expect their first joint EP to be a killer... and it is. A-side "Vormlock" is a rubbery, off-kilter treat, with the experienced duo peppering an elastic synth bassline and sparse, skittish drums with glitchy stabs, tipsy lead lines and all manner of wonky, out-of-this-world noises. Over on the flipside you'll find title track "Down", a deeper and dreamier chunk of spacey minimalism in which typical Villalobos style percussion and softly squelching bass comes cloaked in some suitably intergalactic synthesizer chords.
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No More (Villalobos remix)
Cat: PERLON 113. Rel: 24 May 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. H2H - "No More" (Villalobos remix) (9:03)
  2. Villa H2H - "Conspiracy One" (4:38)
  3. Villa H2H - "Conspiracy Two" (7:33)
  4. Villa H2H - "Conspiracy Three" (4:46)
Review: Here's something to excite all those who like their stripped-back techno to come with a heavy dose of soul. It features Chilean minimal maestro Ricardo Villalobos join forces with Chez Damier and Ben Vedren's H2H project. On the A-side, Villalobos delivers a superb remix of "No More", wrapping lusciously soulful vocals and languid piano motifs around a typically bouncy and left-of-centre minimal techno rhythm. On the flip, Villalobos joins Damier and Verden to deliver a three-part "Conspiracy". Each of the three interpretations has its own distinctive vibe, but all deliver a near perfect balance between soul-flecked deep house, trippy tech-house, Chicago acid and the South American wonkiness that Villalobos does so well. In other words, it's a musical marriage made in Heaven.
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Apologize To The Future
Cat: PERLON 126LP. Rel: 09 Sep 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. A Thin Layer Of Oily Rock (4:30)
  2. Changing Climate (5:53)
  3. Apologize To The Future (4:07)
  4. Singularity (4:59)
  5. Overshoot (4:41)
  6. Exit Game (4:53)
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Akoko Ajeji
Cat: PERL 123CD. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Vizyon
  2. Asiri
  3. Iyika
  4. Ala Aye
  5. Awose
  6. Ra Bayi
  7. Ra Mi
  8. Egungun
  9. Dek Sep Bluso
  10. Fazo Kanto
Review: It's been a long time between drinks for Chris Korda, a transgender artist and activist whose last releases of note came on famed electroclash label International Deejay Gigolo way back in 2004. New album "Akoko Ajeji" is very much a surprise return to action, though its melodious, ear-pleasing and accessible blend of house and techno drums, digital synthesizer sounds and cheery post synth-pop refrains is both striking and hugely addictive. Korda's compositions offer subtle nods towards various vintage house and techno styles - particularly turn-of-the-90s deep house and early Chicago jack - but never sound anything less than thrillingly DIY productions giddily made in back rooms and bedrooms over the last decade and a half.
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Meditations 4-6
Cat: PERLON 103.2. Rel: 22 Jan 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Meditation 4
  2. Meditation 5
  3. Meditation 6
Review: And so the Perlon Meditations continue... Late last year German producer Thomas Melchior made his first appearance on Perlon in some three years with the exquisite Meditations 1-3, which naturally channelled the iconic label's vibe perfectly. The first Perlon release of 2015 presents a further three Melchior produced Meditations, 4-6, with the opening track something of an understated epic. At 12 minutes long, "Meditation 4" demonstrates Melchior's craft for slowly building a groove, adding elements in a fashion that sounds subtle on headphones and deadly on a soundsystem. Face down, the 5th Meditation is an infectious little house groover, with hi hats and vocal samples jousting playfully whilst the closing track is a sub heavy number rich in vocal abstraction.
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Deep Under Sobriety Regime
Cat: PERLON 110. Rel: 07 Sep 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Deep Under Sobriety Regime (5:48)
  2. Loop (0:11)
  3. Looking Through A Glassy Mind (7:01)
  4. Loop (0:10)
Review: Some fresh material from Maayan Nidam is always welcome here at Juno HQ. It's approaching cliche but Nidam trades in quality not quantity, her two solo albums augmented by a smattering of singles across Perlon, Freak N Chic and Wolf N Lamb and the recent signing to Nina Kraviz's TRIP label. Of course Nidam has a strong relationship with Perlon, extending beyond her solo work to encompass the Mara Trax collaboration with Vera, and this latest record is a fine addition to both artist and label's discographies. Arriving in 10" format, Deep Under Sobriety Regime pairs the deep, trippy driving sounds of the title track with "Looking Through A Glassy Mind" which sounds like an abstracted take on Mr Oizo classic "Flat Beat." Perlon also include two locked groove loops from Nidam for the more adventurous DJs out there.
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Sea Of Thee
Cat: PERLON 119CD. Rel: 10 Dec 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Dust & Dirt 2
  2. Die Sonne Innere
  3. Acid Kiss
  4. In A Lair Of My Other
  5. Octaface
  6. Konigin Von Saba
  7. Forever Present
  8. News From East
Review: Maayan Nidam first made a splash on the scene over a decade ago during the mid '00s minimal boom under aliases like Miss Fitz, Laverne Radix or Spunky Brewster, with early releases on main labels such as Contexterrior, Archipel and Love Letters From Oslo at the time. Her relationship with Perlon extends back to 2009, where she first surfaced with her Untitled EP and several others over the years since. Sea Of Thee is her third full length album, and sees her deliver a selection of hypnotic reductionist grooves - a perfect afterhours dancefloor soundtrack curated by Nidam as a top selector.
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Sportable
Sportable (12")
Cat: PERLON 102. Rel: 27 Aug 14
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Medellin
  2. Behind (feat L Cio)
  3. Continue
  4. Continue (acapella)
Review: Perlon treated the arrival of their 100th release with a lack of fanfare we've come to expect from the Berlin operation and they seem to be wasting little time in heading towards the 200 mark. PERLON 102 welcomes back a familiar name in Portable for the South African producer's first 12" on the label in two years and the four tracks on Sportable find Alan Abrahams in suitably effervescent form. Given the name, it's little surprise to hear "Medellin" is tinged with South American polyrhythms which are programmed perfectly within the sonic DNA alongside a rather doleful bassline. "Behind" features the vocal talents of L Cio and finds Portable traversing abstract terrain, whilst "Continue" finds Abraham dropping his distinct delivery over a snapping production.
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The Girls Thing
Cat: PERLON 118. Rel: 24 Oct 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Sea Of Hands (6:34)
  2. Outro (3:07)
  3. The Girls Thing (8:29)
Review: Over the course of his 15-year career, Bruno Pronsato has proved adept at combining otherworldly, minimalist rhythms with looser, more organic musical elements. He's at it again here on this Perlon outing, proving that sparse minimal techno can still feel warm and human. This is particularly evident on opener "Sea of Hands", where Pronsato's evocative, soft-touch vocal rise above chiming synthesizer notes and an off-kilter, snare-heavy beat. There's an even more organic feel to "Outro", where warm bass guitar notes and synthesized steel drum sounds come accompanied by little more than claps and cymbals. The most dancefloor-focused cut of the lot is B-side "The Girls Thing", a typically deep, sparse and bass-heavy minimal techno roller blessed with intricate percussion programming and Villalobos levels of wonkiness.
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Metroname
Metroname (12")
Cat: PERLON 116. Rel: 03 May 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Metroname (6:44)
  2. 23 (8:03)
  3. 13 (8:29)
  4. Truth Vibration (6:45)
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Dancing Therapy
Cat: PERLON 109LP. Rel: 29 Jun 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Kill Divas (6:37)
  2. Collective Change (6:31)
  3. Loop 1
  4. Random Bass (6:18)
  5. Run Way (6:27)
  6. Loop 2 (0:12)
  7. Ice Man (9:09)
  8. Strange City (4:55)
  9. Loop 3 (0:20)
  10. Abduction 130 (7:13)
  11. Mr Waldorf (5:59)
  12. Loop 4 (0:32)
Review: After previous travels through space in the minimal constellation on records for Binh's Time Passages and Vera and Alexandra's Melliflow label, Berlin-dwelling Italian producer lands himself an impressive debut on the mighty Perlon. Fresh off a new Fumiya Tanaka LP and that superb Margaret Dygas 12", Perlon are operating on all cylinders at the moment and this debut Spacetravel LP is a fine addition to the label canon. Some eight tracks deep, the cannily-titled Dancing Therapy already sounds like a future Perlon classic, breezing from hypnotic reduced house ("Kill Divas") to haywire techno deviations via stripped down minimal DJ tools. Dancing therapy indeed!
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Right Moment
Right Moment (3xLP)
Cat: PERLON 124LP. Rel: 04 Dec 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Right Moment (9:49)
  2. Live Like Music (9:44)
  3. Forever Friends (10:10)
  4. Breakthrough (9:21)
  5. I Want To Be A Human Being (6:14)
  6. Welcome To Chaos (8:40)
  7. The Reason Is Always Different (7:36)
  8. Birth Of The Respect Club (9:31)
Review: Three years on from his last full-length outing on Perlon, Japanese techno maverick Fumiya Tanaka returns to the admirable Japanese imprint with an eccentric set bristling with off-kilter dancefloor treats. His particular take on minimal techno is far more rubbery, synthesizer-rich and funky than many of his peers, a trait that makes his glitchy but elastic club cuts stand out from the crowd. Highlights across the three slabs of wax include the bleeping, dub-wise peak-time weirdness of the title track, the sub-heavy jazz/minimal techno fusion of "Breakthrough", the Villalobos-gone-wild flex of "I Want To Be A Human Being" and the squelchy, loose-limbed goodness of "Birth Of The Respect Club".
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Right Moment
Cat: PERLON 124CD. Rel: 03 Dec 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Right Moment
  2. Live Like Music
  3. Forever Friends
  4. Breakthrough
  5. I Want To Be A Human Being
  6. Welcome To Chaos
  7. The Reason Is Always Different
  8. Birth Of The Respect Club
Review: Three years on from his last full-length outing on Perlon, Japanese techno maverick Fumiya Tanaka returns to the admirable Japanese imprint with an eccentric set bristling with off-kilter dancefloor treats. His particular take on minimal techno is far more rubbery, synthesizer-rich and funky than many of his peers, a trait that makes his glitchy but elastic club cuts stand out from the crowd. Highlights across the three slabs of wax include the bleeping, dub-wise peak-time weirdness of the title track, the sub-heavy jazz/minimal techno fusion of "Breakthrough", the Villalobos-gone-wild flex of "I Want To Be A Human Being" and the squelchy, loose-limbed goodness of "Birth Of The Respect Club".
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AB
AB (12")
Cat: PERLON 117-1. Rel: 05 Sep 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. On A Bass (8:45)
  2. Dreaming Perfect Zebras (10:06)
Review: Japanese techno titan Fumiya Tanaka is no stranger to Perlon, having first appeared on the lauded label back in 2012. Even so, Ab still marks the veteran producer's first appearance on the Berlin-based imprint for the best part of five years. Tanaka hits the mark straight away on A-side "On A Bass", a perfectly crafted, low-slung tech-house roller that pits the rhythmic swing associated with Ricardo Villalobos against a locked-in bassline, creepy deep space chords and all manner of twisted, cut-up vocal samples. In comparison flipside "Dreaming Perfect Zebras" feels rather classic and old school, with Tanaka drawing on both his love of early UK tech-house, Motor City influenced deep house and the crunchy tech-house percussion of contemporary imprints such as YYY.
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CD
CD (12")
Cat: PERLON 1172. Rel: 19 Sep 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Telephone At The Window (10:43)
  2. I Don't Know Enough Continued (9:25)
Review: Fumiya Tanaka's long-awaited return to Perlon after five years away is a two-part affair. This is the second 12" ("A/B" is available separately), and like its predecessor features a pair of high-grade workouts from one of the Japanese techno scene's greatest servants. Side A sports "Telephone at the Window", a typically trippy and clandestine affair that sees Tanaka pepper an undulating minimalist groove (think deep bass and crunchy machine snares) with post-apocalyptic vocal samples, spine-tingling electronics and manipulated modem noise. Over on the flipside, "I Don't Know Enough Continued" is a smoother and more shuffling late night workout, with only the producer's foreboding riffs and more mind-altering vocal samples punctuating the otherwise locked-in mood.
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You Find The Key
You Find The Key (gatefold 3xLP)
Cat: PERL 107. Rel: 01 Apr 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Munich Uncertain (11:54)
  2. Got To See You (7:05)
  3. Find The Key 2012 (7:50)
  4. Swallowed Memory (10:47)
  5. The Mysterious Pocket Is Right (10:29)
  6. The Only Your Researching (6:24)
  7. Cinematicorc (8:13)
  8. Love Keep Mapping The Head (11:23)
Review: While he's barely paused for breath in the last decade, it's still been eight years since Fumiya Tanaka delivered his last album, Unknown 3. The epitome of long overdue, You Find The Key is his fourth album. Interestingly, it sees the 44 year-old, Japanese producer tweaking his now familiar bass-heavy minimal techno blueprint. Thrillingly, the bass lines are bolder and jauntier, and the beats jazzier, resulting in an altogether funkier take on the minimal techno style. Of course, there are still moments that recall his previous work - see the deep and dubby "Swallowed Memory" - but it's those that take a sideways step towards funk-fuelled pastures ("Munich Uncertain", "The Only Your Researching") that stand out.
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Superlongevity Six
VARIOUS
Cat: PERLON 114. Rel: 14 Jul 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Stowaway - "A Suspicious Passenger" (5:31)
  2. International Anything - "When It's Dark (Moonlight Medley)" (7:56)
  3. Synchronized Sleep - "Bodycode" (4:50)
  4. Kalabrese - "Dudingen" (4:50)
  5. Pile - "Noshow" (4:46)
  6. Dimbiman - "Turtle Gone" (6:07)
  7. Margaret Dygas - "Saasafras" (7:39)
  8. Fumiya Tanaka - "Standing North 6" (6:47)
  9. Baby Ford - "Dognosematic" (6:24)
  10. Narcotic Syntax - "Agents With Fatty Acids" (6:19)
  11. Ricardo Villalobos - "Gono Fuznk" (7:10)
  12. Binh - "Wochenbett" (6:29)
  13. Darren - "1999/2017" (extd version) (1:31)
  14. Spacetravel - "No More" (6:32)
  15. Soul Capsule - "Them Yeah" (6:41)
  16. Sammy Dee - "Marvin Goes Savage Deep" (7:28)
  17. Maayan Nidam - "Trail Of Glitter" (7:30)
  18. Melchior Productions Ltd - "The Hope" (6:26)
Review: Seven years after Superlongevity Five, Zip and Marcus Nicolai's Perlon ushers in its 20th anniversary celebrations with the long-awaited follow up. 18 exclusive cuts from label family and firm friends old and new, Perlon's whole range is on display; from the pensive, restrained and dense house music of Baby Ford right through to the cosmic p-funk of Kalabrese, every Perlon shade and hue is on display. Highlights across the deep, widescreen trip include Villalobos's freaky "Gonzo Funk", the planet-leaping jacks of Spacetravel's "No More" and the late night trooping power of International Anything's "When It's Dark". Super.
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Dependent & Happy Part 1
Cat: PERLON 92-1. Rel: 22 Aug 12
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Tu Actitud
  2. Timemorf
  3. Grumax
  4. I'm Counting
  5. Das Leben Ist So Anders Ohne Dich
  6. Mochnochich
Review: Ricardo Villalobos's third full-length (unless you count his Fabric mix and Re: ECM project with Max Loderbauer) entitled Dependent & Happy had been eagerly anticipated since its announcement early this year, and on its vinyl release finds its 14 tracks split up across 5x12" singles. The results are as sublime as you would expect from the master of minimal; "Tu Actitud" opens with its half-spoken vocals and jaunty electric bass, "Timemorf" continues with its minimal Chilean rhythms, while "Grumax" is the undisputed highlight - a combination of tense, sprung bass and discordant strings arranged in the way only Villalobos can.
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