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Indo EP (12")
Cat: SKUDGE PT003. Rel: 11 Apr 12
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Yogwa
  2. Brawa
  3. Tengenan
Review: The third artist to arrive on the Skudge Presents series, Aardvarck, should require no introduction to those familiar with the Dutch scene, having released on Rush Hour, Delsin, Eat Concrete and his own Bloom over the course of ten years. Of course you never know quite what you're going to get with the producer, which is what makes his appearance on Skudge Records all the more exciting, and thankfully this EP doesn't disappoint. "Yogwa" opens with brooding strings and a gnarled electro riff before launching into a savage bassline and a hesitant broken rhythm. On the flip, "Brawa" is all booming bass and neon stabs, coming across like a rave track filtered through dubstep's lens, whilst "Tengenan" is a clattering beast lifted out of a gloomy half-stepping funk by its day-glo synth melody.
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Co In Ci (LP + 10")
Cat: SKUDGEPTLP 01. Rel: 11 Nov 15
  1. DO DA (5:17)
  2. HOE (4:51)
  3. PAS (1:42)
  4. DIEF (5:54)
  5. HOB (5:47)
  6. Ai (6:40)
  7. POP (1:06)
  8. RAH (7:23)
Review: The Pig Returns! Perma-shades rocking Dutch producer Mike 'Aardvarck' Kivits is something of a figurehead among the Dutch underground, happily flitting between styles across countless albums and 12" releases over a two-decade period. Since nestling in the picturesque climes of Indonesian paradise province Bali, Kivits has developed a bond with Swedish techno outpost Skudge Records which began with his humongous remix of Skudge cut "Convolution" back in 2010. After a couple of Skudge Presents 12"s, a new Aardvarck album lands in the shape of Co In Ci brandishing eight prime Kivits productions. This is the Pig in effervescent, rolling techno mood and a fine addition to a glorious discography.
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Plus Det (12")
Cat: SKUDGEPT 010. Rel: 12 Jun 14
  1. Plus Det
  2. Do Whop
  3. KO
  4. Dom
Review: By no means a production slouch, Mike Kivits tempers the raft of albums he's produced as Aardvarck by restricting his 12" output, with those singles he does release invariably treated as a event and perhaps more importantly, filled with some searing club music. This latest 12" for the Skudge Presents label is a case in point; it's the first since last year's superb No Label drop 1990 and comes brandishing four tracks that will be explosive in most dancefloor situations. Chief amongst them is the aptly titled "K.O." which is fairly dominated by the shrieking banshee rave stabs that filter through the track at a rate that will knock you sideways. The title track offers some semblance of jacking house convention for some contrast, whilst the two other cuts are Kivits fully engaged in weird and wonderful mode
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EP9 (12")
Cat: SKUDGEWHITE 07. Rel: 24 Jul 14
  1. Ble3
  2. Dither24
  3. Whats Up
  4. Shape%07
Review: The latest Skudge White record comes from Daniel Andreasson, founder of Autodidakt Records and producer of some killer techno records recently for the likes of Tabernacle and Zodiac 44. The four tracks here are apparently "strictly analogue cuts", and it's important to note the different sounds achieved with each production. Lead cut "Ble3" seems to revel in the patterns made by the swirling melodies as they endeavour to keep pace with the 130bpm tempo, whilst "Dither24" operates at a slower speed and draws some quite beautiful sounds out of Andreasson's machines. On the flip "What's Up" is mangled acid of the Hieroglyphic Being variant and features various sonic elements ricocheting off each other chaotically, whilst "Shape%07" is a drum track that feels like it's about to melt away at any given moment.
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NN EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: SKUDGEW 13. Rel: 05 Feb 16
  1. 2058 (5:44)
  2. Less End (4:50)
  3. U (5:11)
  4. Track 4 (4:31)
Review: Despite racking up a series of highly rewarding records for the likes of Borft, Skudge, and Tabernacle, Swedish producer Daniel Andreasson is as well regarded as he should be! Maybe this will change with a second 12" for the Skudge White label, NN EP, which features a quartet of productions that show off a different side to Andreasson. If the prospect of Braindance, Scandinavian style appeals then you will you will definitely like this 12". Lead cut "2058" sets the tone for the whole record, combining overworked 909s with heavenly acid-tinged basslines reminiscent of TM404 acid and sampled breaks you'd expect from a Sotofett 'Inna-Jungle-Mix'!
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LP1 (2xLP)
Cat: SKUDGEWLP 03. Rel: 28 Sep 17
  1. Mc35I# Rushup (5:42)
  2. Beat (4:27)
  3. Change (4:40)
  4. Final/Overcome (2:06)
  5. Stay (4:15)
  6. Trust You (5:22)
  7. Dreams (5:11)
  8. Awake (2:02)
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Skudge X03 (12")
Cat: SKUDGEX 03. Rel: 02 Dec 15
  1. Ruckup (6:51)
  2. Heatseeker (7:08)
  3. Church Pews (6:30)
  4. Moonlit (5:50)
Review: Toronto's Basic Soul Unit is usually known for his soulful Detroit inspired techno and house, so it's interesting to see him step out on tough techno institution Skudge for a change. Keeping in line with the Swedish label's aesthetic, he smashes out some gritty and furious peak time stompers that feature all the hiss and grind of analogue machines that you'd expect by now. On the A side, "Ruckup" is the kind of track you could have almost mistaken for Skudge themselves with its loopy melody and industrial clang and clutter. The grinding and seething "Heatseeer" is really impressive with its restrained broken beat suited for those cool down moments, before it finally unleashes itself in 4/4 glory. On the flip, "Church Pews" features a haunting horror movie style melody and a grinding perc sound over a 8/4 beat while "Moonlit" hammers the message home impressively on this cavernous, immersive and downright evil peak time weapon.
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Cat: SKUDGEPT 013. Rel: 27 Oct 16
  1. Stolen Moments I (5:13)
  2. Stolen Moments II (5:45)
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Cat: SKUDGEPT 008. Rel: 27 Jun 13
  1. Rumble Ratio
  2. Dense
  3. Charge
Review: After a prolific run of EPs, remixes and a debut album, Skudge launched the Skudge Presents label in late 2011 - a platform focused on releasing music by other artists that so far includes contributions from MRSK, Aardvark, October and Adam Rivet. Now Alex Cortex supplies the label a raw sounding three-track Have Liveset Will Travel EP and it's the first release for Cortex this year (aside from his L.D Nero project) after helping the Berlin label Killekill launch their house music offshoot. "Rumble Ratio" sounds like a big room Sandwell District production stripped of its reverb, while on the flip "Dense" sees Cortex deliver some bleepy, loopy techno - like Jeff Mills meets Baby Ford, only grittier. A critter synth line that seems to take on a sequenced trajectory of its own lies buried in the background of "Charge", as a synthesized siren tone is played like Cortex is at his keyboard pressing the note repeatedly, weighting its density differently with each push.
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Cat: SKUDGEPT 011. Rel: 17 Sep 14
  1. Jaffa
  2. Gate 2 Yesterday
Review: DJ October throws down some dub-tinged deepness for his debut on Skudge, his first release of 2014 and an apparent prelude to a forthcoming debut album for the Swedish label. It's the A-side's "Jaffa" which combines woozy synths of someone like Mr Cloudy with the high powered leads of Legowelt, while the title-track, "Gate 2 Yesterday", is also dubby but there's more of a focus on drums and percussion than textures and riddim. It's nice to have October back and an intriguing hint as to how that upcoming album might sound.
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Fishermen (12")
Cat: SKUDGEW 01. Rel: 07 Nov 12
  1. Anchor Buoy
  2. Blood Kuot
  3. Dhow
  4. Isopad
  5. Ribbonfish
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Cat: SKUDGE WLP01. Rel: 11 Dec 13
  1. Greenhorn
  2. Hope Is Gone
  3. Serpents
  4. Get None
  5. Dyspnea
  6. Lost Teeth
  7. The Four Skulls
  8. Rise Scurvy
  9. Scurvy
  10. In Solitude
  11. Sunken Mosque
  12. Torments
Review: From their respective outposts in Stockholm and Malmo, the various Skudge labels and Kontra Musik have ensured that Sweden has been responsible for much of the quality techno that's emerged in recent years. It's through these outlets that the Fishermen project has prospered with the pairing of Martin 'MRSK' Skogehall and former Donk Boy Thomas Jaldemark, debuting last year on a self-titled EP for the Skudge White label before returning earlier in 2013 with the suitably named Delirium Tremens EP for Ulf Eriksson's Kontra Music. Both these releases presented Fishermen a chance for Skogehall and Jaldemark to experiment with unrelenting techno at a slightly slower pace that allowed the nuances of their sound design to shine through. It's an approach which is explored further on Patterns and Paths, their debut album for Skudge, which pleasingly expands on the nautical theme that's been a part of their output thus far.
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Remixed (12")
Cat: SKUDGEWR 01. Rel: 25 Mar 15
  1. Serpents (Cut Hands remix) (5:52)
  2. Serpents (Florian Kupfer remix) (8:37)
  3. Dyspnea (Steve Bicknell remix) (8:15)
  4. Sunken Mosque (Ulwhednar Airokala remix) (6:19)
Review: It's been some two years since the release of Martin Skogehall and Thomas Jaldemark's debut album under the Fishermen alias. Here, Skudge has decided to give tracks from the album the remix treatment, with an impressive quartet of producers providing new interpretations. Cut Hands kick things off, turning "Serpents" into a spooky chunk of atmospheric, bongo-laden tribal techno that will please fans of his recent BEB output. L.I.E.S man Florian Kupfer provides a fittingly distorted, dubbed out broken techno rework of the same track, before Steve Bicknell delivers goes into thrillingly spacey, hypnotic and intense territory on his rendition of "Dyspnea". Finally, Northern Electronics pair Ulwhednar tackles "Sunken Mosque", focusing the action on deathly electronics, fizzing cymbals and droning, discordant rhythms.
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Cat: SKUDGEWHITE 003. Rel: 10 Jul 13
  1. Electric Gaze
  2. Plastique Acid
  3. Exosuit
  4. Dogstarr
Review: Hakim Murphy and Ike Release have had an impressive year thus far as Innerspace Halflife, dropping some worthy releases for French labels Latency and Syncrophone and now the Chicago duo arrive on the Skudge White operation. Founded by Swedish duo Skudge in an effort to unearth fresh and undiscovered talent, the label has done just that thus far scoring twelves from rising Swedish pair Fishermen and English Sebastien Tellier look-a-like Koehler. Whilst Innerspace Halflife's discography arguably means they can't really be viewed as 'undiscovered', the Chicago pair don't really get the public props their output merits. The four tracks on their 1000 Years Of Acid show why they're so under-rated, traversing Detroit influenced house, techno and electro, while dabbling with '90s rave basslines and sequenced drum machines programmed to the duo's rhythmical and home grown Chicago jack.
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White 2 (12")
Cat: SKUDGEWHITE 002. Rel: 04 Apr 13
  1. Technicolour
  2. Kiss Me Deadly
  3. Water Palace
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Skudge White 011 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: SKUDGEW 11. Rel: 09 Sep 15
  1. Sacred Realm (6:54)
  2. Polygon Blast (6:12)
  3. Subliminal Cut (6:26)
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Murked Out (12")
Cat: SKUDGEWHITE 05. Rel: 05 Feb 14
Deep House
  1. Murked Out
  2. Tangaxuan II
  3. Audiomess
  4. Darkhole Gloryroom
Review: Woof! There's been some major unexplained delays for this latest slab from the Skudge White series but really the wait has been worth it! Low-key producer Cliff Lothar is at the helm, and this record follows a killer issue on I-f's Viewlexx imprint, with the moody electro-inspired sound of the White Savage EP causing one Discogs user to speculate on some connection to the Hague production axis. Lothar's EP for Skudge White has him continuing to develop this sound across four tracks, with the label suggesting the record is a "somewhat darker take on his trade sound." "Tangaxuan II" is supposedly a track "that invokes the early Warp catalogue spirit" while "Audiomess" would be welcome on the B Side of an old Bunker 12".
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Disillusions (12" + insert)
Cat: SKUDGEW 14. Rel: 05 Apr 17
  1. November Bass (13:53)
  2. Disillusions (6:18)
  3. Melody Boy's Melody (6:12)
Gespielt von: Skudge
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Skudge White 010 (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: SKUDGEWHITE 010 . Rel: 27 May 15
  1. Acid Marylou (7:42)
  2. Sirens (2:57)
  3. Kellopeli (6:28)
  4. Little Elephant (7:45)
Review: For a lifetime Kimmo Rapatti's Mono Junk alias has been an enigmatic presence in the techno landscape; first as a constant throughout the early '90s with the run of releases on his own Dum Records before reappearing on the label more regularly during the mid-2000s. Come 2014 Rapatti was coaxed out of abeyance by Canadian label Forbidden Planet, with another record surfacing on Skudge White that same year, and now, following a second release on Forbidden Planet, he returns to Skudge White in 2015 with this Acid Marylou EP. It pitches the 303 against colourful, synth fuelled-backgrounds and rattling drum machines programmed in a manner that don't sound tried or retrospective, and it's a fresh to listen to as Rivet's most recent release on SELF.
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Cat: SKUDGEWHITE 06. Rel: 16 Apr 14
  1. Electric Chair
  2. Yhteys
  3. Jupiter Acid
  4. Harinahouse
Review: Having been out of the spotlight for several years, Finnish techno producer Kimmo Rapatti is set to remind everyone why his work as Mono Junk is severely undervalued with a series of excellent records. Ahead of a release on Jurg Haller's Forbidden Planet, the Mono Junk juggernaut kicks off with a killer 12" for the Skudge White series. If you are unfamiliar with Rapatti's brand of minimalistic techno, the four tracks here are likely to encourage you to dive into the sizeable Mono Junk archives - we suggest you start with his own Dum label. Elements of Detroit techno, industrial and acid are apparent throughout this record, with "Yhteys" and "Jupiter's Acid" demonstrating Rapatti's tender and tough side.
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Venger (12")
Cat: SKUDGEPT 007. Rel: 10 Apr 13
  1. Venger
  2. Image Ctrl
Review: Since 2011, MRSK has done well to garner the spotlight of attention he has, which essentially stems back to his glorious remix of Anthony "Shake" Shakir's "Travellers". The Swedish producer has been strong on the remix front since 2011, but the Venger EP will be Martin Skogehall's third ever solo release and second for Skudge Presents. The title track features a squidgy, but free flowing groove that with the help of rolling 909 toms and washy snares, makes way for a enchanted synth progression. Subtle rave elements meet bass, techno and house music in "Image Ctrl", with MRSK somehow including whistles in his production (again) with out sounding cheesy. Something he and Ed Davenport seem to have mastered.
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Twirl (12")
Cat: SKUDGE PT002. Rel: 25 Jan 12
  1. Twirl
  2. Pinkman
Review: Having been crazily prolific throughout 2011 with a double LP and countless 12"s and remixes to their name, Swedish duo Skudge seem to have elected to take a curatorial role of late with their Skudge Presents offshoot. The series began in excellent fashion late last year with Mini Mood from the Edinburgh based producer Stephen Brown, and it's clear the label is going to maintain those standards with their forthcoming releases. Skudge's compatriot MRSK is first up opening with the ruggedly excellent "Twirl" which wraps burrowing metallic textures of sound around granite heavy rhythms that jostle uncomfortably in the steppish space between outright techno and more broken patterns. The inherent nightmarish scenario posed on the A Side is complemented by the liquefied slickness of "Pinkman" which sees a ghost deep in the machine attempt to have its voice heard amidst the pressure of a constantly upwardly shifting rhythmic flex and some wonderfully Utopian arpeggios. With forthcoming releases due from October and Aardvarck, Skudge Presents promises to be a considered highlight of 2012.

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Absomnia (12")
Cat: SKUDGE X01. Rel: 05 Nov 14
  1. Absomnia
  2. Hurry Up
  3. Tailor
  4. Mumra
  5. Ruby
  6. Mongularis
Review: If there was an annual prize for busiest Swede in Techno, Andreas Tilliander would have it sown up most years though he'd get a late run for his money in 2014 from Martin Skogehall. Recent months have found the MRSK man drop some Hi NRG house moves for Crime City Disco, inaugurate the SELF label as Fishermen alongside Thomas Jadelmark, as well as team up with another compatriot in Daniel Andreasson for Tabernacle. In amongst all this he's found time to commit to a surprise mini LP for Skudge called Absomnia which brandishes six deranged acid cuts that you'd expect Helena Hauff would enjoy beating down the Pudel with. "Mumra" is a particular highlight!
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Black Body Radiation (2xLP + insert)
Cat: SKUDGEWLP 02. Rel: 25 Nov 15
  1. Ritual (4:01)
  2. Black Narcissist (5:11)
  3. Body Chant (6:14)
  4. Blood Feud (8:36)
  5. Transient Bodies (5:06)
  6. Synchronized Blues (4:36)
  7. Slow Release (5:07)
  8. Syrup (3:34)
Review: Over a recording career that has spanned twelve years and around 35 releases, Bristol producer October finally releases a full length album, on Swedish techno imprint Skudge. On Black Body Radiation he shows a new dimension to his sound, forgoing the bass influenced techno he's usually associated with for more of a retro and EBM influenced sound. "Black Narcissist" features a gritty funk bass preset going toe to toe with the pounding groove of a rusty analogue rhythm and soaring guitar feedback. "Body Chant" or "Transient Bodies" are the kind of tough nu-new wave workouts similar to that of Broken English Club or Tzusing. The late night industrial groove of "Slow Release" in particular, is our favourite. Elsewhere, there's some seriously reductionist dub techno, like on "Blood Feud" and some lush beatless atmospherics such as on the closer "Syrup".
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Sound Sweeep (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: SKUDGEW 12. Rel: 30 Sep 15
  1. Sound Sweep (4:07)
  2. For Alice (3:56)
  3. Horns (Break mix) (5:00)
  4. Myths Of 96 (3:33)
  5. 257 E V2 (4:52)
Gespielt von: Mark Forshaw, Skudge
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Driftwood (12")
Cat: SKUDGEPT 009. Rel: 07 Nov 13
  1. Driftwood
  2. Crane Dance
  3. Line Of Moments
Review: Returning to Skudge Presents for a second full release (this time sans mask), Rivet's Driftwood EP is apparently inspired by a Swedish theatre soundtrack from the 80s, and sees him manipulating vocals throughout to stunning effect. Each track sees him in particularly deep form, with the title track combining some pleasingly rubbery bass with some house-inspired piano, "Crane Dance" operating on a more abstract tip, with skipping drums and reversed sonics building to a chattering vocal climax. "Line Of Moments" closes with a deep 303 workout that comes across like Andreas Tilliander's TM404 material as seen through a distinctly cracked lens. Highly recommended stuff as always from the Skudge camp.
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Grifter (12")
Cat: SKUDGE PT005. Rel: 01 Aug 12
  1. Grifter
  2. Sundry
Review: The Skudge Presents series has given us some of the finest doses of techno this year, and this new 12" by the enigmatic Rivet is yet more proof of their undeniable knack for associating themselves with some of the most forward-thinking artists around. Title track "Grifter" kicks off with a chunky 4/4 beat amid delays and effects but rapidly takes a turn for the unexpected and we're soon faced with a vicious electro bassline filled with crispy jungle break samples. "Sundry" also makes a clear reference to the jungle era by using smart, glitchy breakbeats and once again develops into something unpredicted. Haunting strings and dark melodies are moved along by an hypnotic, progressive beat and although deeper than the A-side it's probably the more interesting of the two. Yet more great stuff from the impeccable Swedish label.
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001/002/003 (3xLP box)
Cat: SKUDGE 123. Rel: 19 Dec 12
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Convultion
  2. Contamination
  3. Melodrama
  4. Ontic
  5. Overture
  6. Mirage
Review: Swedish duo Skudge bend to popular demand and repress their highly sought after first three releases in a limited edition box set which makes for the perfect last minute Christmas present for those concrete heavy techno enthusiasts in your life. Looking back on these six tracks, it's a mark of Skudge's quality that the likes of "Convolution" and "Overture" still sound gut punchingly good some two years on, and it's also a chance to marvel how far Skudge have come. They emerged with a ready made sound that immediately impressed and swiftly went on to establish a platform for their music on their own terms as well as introducing a curatorial label in Skudge Presents that has given the likes of MRSK, October, Aardvarck and Rivet the chance to shine.
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Haste (12")
Cat: SKUDGE 006. Rel: 07 Nov 12
  1. Haste
  2. Wonder Stories
Review: Although they recently dropped a brilliant single for Nonplus, this is Skudge's first release for their own imprint in well over a year - something that should have fans of the Swedish duo particularly excited. The tracks are more than worth the wait; "Haste" pairs tough 909 kicks with a rippling backbone of freshly filtered chords, but "Wonder Stories" is the real killer, a sparse rhythm track with abstract acid squeaks, distant echo-laden percussion and thick dub chords which deliver one of the duo's most steely tracks to date. Once again the masters of deep analogue techno effortlessly show the rest how it's done.
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Irie (12")
Cat: SKUDGE 007. Rel: 27 Nov 13
  1. Irie
  2. Faux
Review: 2013 has found 'the elusive unit' Skudge concentrating more on their role as label curators, with original material taking the back seat as they focussed on killing the dancefloors with their no-prisoners-taken live shows. It seems quite right however for Skudge to slip a little bit of 12" magic out before the year ends and thankfully features "Irie," the Swedish pair's contribution to the Think & Change comp from the Non Plus camp. Originally issued as part of the CD edition of Think & Change only, it's great to see this slab of Skudge deepness pressed up on wax. On the flip is "Faux" which will please fans of Skudge's more abstracted side.
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Cat: SKUDGE 007R. Rel: 18 Jun 14
  1. Phantom (Seldom Felt remix)
  2. Shivers (Seldom Felt remix)
Review: Inaugurated back in 2010, the Skudge Remixes series has been a real pleasure to witness unfolding as a stellar cast of the Swedish duo's contemporaries have reworked the Skudge back catalogue with sublime results - the Aardvarck take on "Convolution" remains a particular highlight for this reviewer. Number seven in the series has been subject to all manner of delays, but it's finally here featuring remixes from the mystery - and formerly assumed missing in action - production unit Seldom Felt! Back in 2007, a short lived series of hand stamped techno white labels bearing the seldom felt name and (now inactive) web address emerged and their impact can still be felt today. How Skudge managed to coax Seldom Felt out of hibernation is a thought for another day; of more importance is their resultant remixes here. The treatment of "Phantom" is subtle, retaining the original's sleek chords but treating them to some woozy delay whilst also softening some of the rhythmic sharpness. It's well matched by the more manic rendition of "Shivers" that features on the flip.
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Cat: SKUDGE 004R. Rel: 21 Sep 11
  1. Overture (Substance remix)
  2. Realtime (October & Appleblim Bristol version)
Review: Skudge return with the latest installment of their remix series, in which Berlin's Substance (aka Peter Kuschnereit) is paired up with Bristol's finest, Appleblim & October. Substance's remix of "Overture" takes the hypnotic quality of the endlessly looping original and runs with it, adding some high frequency stabs that cut through the mix. On the flipside October & Appleblim bring some Bristol influence to Skudge's much straighter approach. Isolating the ghostly 808 cowbell of the original and adding some welcome percussive swagger, it nevertheless maintains the straight groove of their recent collaboration on Schmorgasbord, complete with liquid synths which create an interesting contrast to Skudge's warehouse sound.
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Cat: SKUDGE 005R. Rel: 27 Feb 12
  1. Below (Boddika acid refix)
  2. Ursa Major (Cosmin TRG remix)
Review: Boddika and Cosmin TRG join the ranks of Appleblim & October, Aardvarck, Fengler, Rolando and 2562 in reworking the wall shuddering sounds of Skudge on the fifth - and perhaps most incendiary to date - Skudge Remixes 12". Al Boddika Bleeky is at the top of his game right now, thanks in no small part to a cluster of Joy O collaborations and his A Side revision of "Below" continues the producer's lineage of deadly acid re-rubs, twisting the diva vocal led original down an altogether darker path. Cosmin TRG is nominally charged with a harder task in reworking "Ursa Major" the beatless opening excursion from Skudge's debut LP Phantom, but does an equally accomplished job in stamping his own sonic agenda on proceedings, firming up the track with some granular handclaps and white-hot chords. What's Swedish for 'must have'?
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Cat: SKUDGE 006R. Rel: 12 Sep 12
  1. Man On Wire (Marcel Dettman Low Key version - mix 1)
  2. Untitled
  3. Wonder Stories (Answer Code Request remix)
Review: The boys over at Skudge Records present the sixth instalment of their luxurious line of remix EPs. This time it's techno king Marcel Dettmann who reshapes "Man On Wire" with two suave remixes of the original, followed by another reinterpretation from German mystery man, Answer Code Request. Both of the Dettmann retakes share an interesting subtlety which exposes yet more skills by the Berghain resident, with the first being a dub-filtered techno excursion complete with soothing pads and a grainy, progressive layout of snares and hi-hats. For his second piece, Marcel injects a heftier bassline which squelches and mutates its way through a skippy percussion with almost sub aquatic effect. We have a completely different vibe on the B side, as Answer Code Request creates an irresistibly catchy breakbeat, which transports a myriad of menacing sub bass infusions, sharp percussions and raved-out synths, making his voice the louder of the two for this release.
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Balancing Point (2xLP + insert)
Cat: SKUDGELP 02. Rel: 13 Oct 16
  1. Immersion (3:02)
  2. Polar (6:51)
  3. Drifting (5:51)
  4. Air Walk (6:38)
  5. Aloft (5:17)
  6. Elapse (2:29)
  7. Vertigo (5:37)
  8. Tides (5:49)
  9. Falling (5:33)
  10. Thesis (6:13)
  11. Anode (5:01)
  12. Balancing Point (2:38)
Review: When Mysterious Swedish duo Skudge arrived on the scene around six years ago they were usparther of a new breed of techno producers who respectfully borrowed from the past, yet skillfully innovated in the present day. Classics such as "Overture" and "Convolution" as well as their impressive debut LP Phantoms showed a dedication to their craft; employing all analogue studio techniques recorded to tape for true sound authenticity. With the departure of Gustaf Wallnerstrom, the project is now the solo effort of Elias Landberg where on the new Balancing Point LP he proves that he has no problem holding the fort with this collection of purist, surefire techno executions. We particularly enjoyed the emotive stomp of "Air Walk" with its eerie chord progressions, the hypnotic reductionism of "Anode" being a perfect DJ tool to set cruise control, the deep and dubby drifter "Vertigo" being great for the warm up and the funky cyclicality of "Thesis".
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Overture (12")
Cat: SKUDGE 003. Rel: 24 Aug 10
  1. Overture
  2. Mirage
Review: The ever mysterious Skudge come through with the third release on their self titled imprint and prove there's still plenty of scope for moulding raw back to basics machine funk. "Overture" proves to be one of Skudge's most hypnotic efforts to date, from the simple beginnings of a two note melody and shuffling kicks, the track locks into a raw captivating dubby groove. "Overture" really hits its stride when piercing 808s and weird vocal screeches are introduced in the final third. On the flip "Mirage" is equally mind bending, relying on thumping kick drums that will shake the foundations on a good soundsystem. Out of this an ever mutating rhythmic core crafted from overdubbed vocals emerges to duke it out with metallic synth stabs and an army of cascading hi-hats. In other words, exactly the sort of track that will destroy dancefloors if introduced at the right late night moment.
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Cat: SKUDGE 001R. Rel: 06 Jul 10
  1. Skudge (Aardvarck remix)
  2. Skudge (Jared Wilson remix)
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Cat: SKUDGE 002R. Rel: 01 Oct 10
  1. Skudge (Marcel Fengler remix)
  2. Skudge (Aubrey remix)
Review: Everyone's favourite enclave of mystery Swedish techno mind melters unveil the second chapter of remixes with a suitably classy line up across both sides of this 12 inch. The inaugural Skudge remix 12" housed one of our favourite reworks of 2010 in Aardvarck's relentless regroove of "Convolution" and the same track is reworked here. Marcel Fengler, no stranger to creating a wall of reverberating sound as resident at Berghain, delivers a remix propelled along by a heavy throbbing bass line. Around this, he crafts abrasive tones, piercing kicks and heavily compressed vocal edits that have a distinctly 2-step vibe. Expect a messy dancefloor at the midpoint descent into the bass line throb. Veteran techno don Aubrey tackles "Melodrama" on the flip, reimagining the track as a bustling Basic Channel hypno groove replete with busy percussion, industrial tones, heavily phased vocal snippets and generally harsh bass scratches.
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Hunted (12")
Cat: SKUDGE 008. Rel: 02 Sep 15
  1. Hunted (7:35)
  2. Timing (6:58)
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June (12")
Cat: SKUDGE 005. Rel: 14 Sep 11
  1. June
  2. Man On Wire
  3. Kutd
Review: At this point it seems that nothing will stop the Skudge juggernaut, as they drop the first release on their own imprint a mere six months after their album, Phantom. This 12" doesn't throw any huge curveballs, but these tracks display a lightness and simplicity that has been largely unseen in their previously weightier productions. Of course their sense of rhythm is still as on point as ever; "June" is characterised by its beefy toms which drive the track forwards, but most surprising it the simple chord sequence which ebbs and flows throughout, allowing only a simple whistle as its only excess. "Man On Wire" is built around a simple bassline and slowly intensifying synth stab, but again, with a gravity defying breeziness that feels ever so subtly different from their previous productions. The 12" concludes on this note, with a short, bright, arpeggio tool that is an interesting diversion from their usual warehouse sound, and intriguing look at possible things to come.
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Phantom (CD)
Cat: SKUDGECD 01. Rel: 25 May 11
  1. Ursa Major
  2. In Between
  3. Sandblast
  4. Eleven
  5. Breaking Strain
  6. Downtown
  7. Vanisher
  8. Realtime
  9. Pressure Drop
  10. Blackout
  11. Shivers
  12. Phantom
  13. Modular Storm
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Cat: SKUDGE 003R. Rel: 02 Mar 11
  1. Skudge (DJ Rolando remix)
  2. Skudge (2562 remix)
Review: Round three of Skudge remixes and it's the most impressive line-up to date with Underground Resistance don Rolando and Dutchman 2562 sharing space. Rolando steps up first, going deep into the core of "Ontic", adding his own 'not everyone understands' vocal refrain which twists brilliantly around the slightly more urgent throb that grows into a thrilling rattle as the track progresses. Flipping the sonic script 2562 moulds "Convolution" aka THE THEME FROM SKUDGE into his own distinct template, retaining the fractured diva utterings but carving out a jagged metallic rhythm that's driven by shards of evil bass insurgency. This third volume of Skudge remixes is essentially a dual exercise in the art of the perfect remix; retaining what makes the original so special but stamping your own sonic identity to deliver something new!
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Below (12")
Cat: SKUDGE 004. Rel: 16 Feb 11
  1. Below
  2. Phantom
Review: Ah Skudge, there's something so satisfying with the name Skudge, it's a word you can shout with the same glee attached to techno or beer. Equally satisfying is the music Skudge have been treating us to in their short and mysterious career. This brand new twelve inch is no different and provides an auspicious insight into what the Swedish duo's forthcoming album might sound like. Filled to the brim with wall rattling machine funk most likely! "Below" sees Skudge in hypnotic form twisting an indecipherable and haunting vocal through around and between a bass heavy throb of droney synths and snapping metallic percussion. Rhythmically subtle in the way it undulates, this is Skudge showing a new side and most impressive it is. Complementing this is the dark and long rubbery, hypnotic menace of "Phantom" which seems designed with the sole purpose of destroying your motor functions. Skudge!
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Phantom (2xLP)
Cat: SKUDGELP 01. Rel: 31 Mar 11
  1. Ursa Major
  2. In Between
  3. Sandblast
  4. Eleven
  5. Downtown
  6. Vanisher
  7. Realtime
  8. Pressure Drop
  9. Blackout
  10. Shivers
  11. Phantom
  12. Modular Storm
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Quasi (12")
Cat: SKUDGE 012. Rel: 12 Sep 18
  1. Quasi
  2. Parallel
Review: Quasi reminds us of the mid-90's US styled Techno from the likes of Synewave and even some Robert Hood tracks from that era, but optimized for the floors of today. On the B-side, Parallel goes into familiar Skudge territory, with a brooding and haunting atmosphere - twisted up with some of that well-known funk that Skudge has been pushing for a decade now.
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Clear (12")
Cat: SKUDGE 013. Rel: 27 Mar 19
  1. Clear (5:23)
  2. Wasp (6:54)
Review: For the faithful Skudge follower, number 13 brings back memories from when Skudge combined and reduced both Techno and House in a flawless way. Something that they have been able to do since the beginning. They also manage to utilize samples, that inanother context would have felt misplaced, in a very classy manner.
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