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Romancing The Stone
Romancing The Stone (double 12")
Cat: AOS (1975). Rel: 07 Apr 14
 
Deep House
Leave
Romancing The Stone!
Frogs
Surpass
Review: Despite some FXHE releases containing playful artistic references to the films that undoubtedly referenced the titles, this Romancing The Stone double pack from Omar S is sadly lacking in any MS Paint renditions of the Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner 90s vehicle of the same name. It does however contain four more fine examples of the fact no one does it quite like Omar S. Lead track "Leave" sets the tone, as ripples of percussion emerge from a pool of simmering sonic emotion and embarks on a masterclass in slow build dancefloor revelation at breakneck pace. "Romancing The Stone" pulls from the same palette of anthemic Omar S productions as "Here's Your Trance, Now Dance" and "Psychotic Photosynthesis" as a lead array of synths, keys and chords weave with supple grace over crunchy drums - watch out for the track finishing abruptly. On the second 12", "Frogs" dovetails from a simple disco guitar loop into fucked up abstract acid techno territory with little prior warning whilst "Surpass" finds AOS ending with some anthemic maximal piano house.
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Tracks Volume 1
Cat: CITI 017. Rel: 17 Aug 15
 
Techno
Amato - "Physique" (5:13)
Tzusing - "King Of System" (5:06)
An-I - "Mutter" (6:00)
Broken English Club - "Glass" (5:28)
Review: There's a delightfully celebratory feel about this debut volume of Cititrax Tracks, a new 12" series from Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax. As beautifully presented as we've come to expect, Tracks Volume 1 boasts a quartet of dancefloor-ready smashers from a blend of new faces and label stalwarts. Amato (aka The Hacker) kicks things off with the glistening EBM funk of "Physique" - all restless synth refrains and pounding bottom end - before LIES affiliate Tsuzing go all dark, psychedelic and twisted on the thrillingly intense, acid-flecked "King of System". An-I go all DAF (with a touch of Front 242) on the fuzzy and dystopian stomper "Mutter", before Cititrax regulars Broken English Club delivers a storming chunk of industrial-tinged analogue funk ("Glass"). Bravo!
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Pipe Bomb
Pipe Bomb (12")
Cat: SS 043. Rel: 28 Mar 14
 
Deep House
Pipe Bomb (1)
Pipe Bomb (2)
Review: Sound Signature are at it again with their dark, driving and jackin' grooves. Every time Theo Parrish decides a tune is worth pressing up nice and loud on vinyl, it's wise to pay attention. And so it proves here, with Chicago native Spekter dropping one-sided 12" "Pipe Bomb", a deadly and pounding excursion into the murkier corners of house music. It's not one for the faint hearted either, as an overwhelming sense of moodiness pushes ever forward, dripping in twisted samples and heavy techno kicks.
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No Geography
No Geography (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: XDUSTLP 11. Rel: 12 Apr 19
 
Breakbeat
Eve Of Destruction (4:40)
Bango (4:08)
No Geography (3:13)
Got To Keep On (5:17)
Gravity Drops (4:38)
The Universe Sent Me (6:03)
We've Got To Try (3:39)
Free Yourself (4:21)
MAH (5:37)
Catch Me I'm Falling (5:19)
Review: The Chemical Brothers are back with their 10th studio album (mixes and soundtracks not withstanding), and they're sounding especially fired up. The widescreen stadium psychedelia they've made their own spills out in abundance across "No Geography", but it's also matched with a feverish energy. The more up-tempo tracks, like "Gravity Drops" and "Eve Of Destruction", spit and snarl with the best of their classic, down and dirty dancefloor material, but there's plenty of space for the starry eyed songwriting they've made their own in more recent times. Just cop "The Universe Sent Me" and be immediately transported to a festival field, where you'll no doubt be catching The Bro's this summer.
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 in stock $18.42
Centre Of Mass
Centre Of Mass (limited 12")
Cat: PRTR 22X. Rel: 04 Jul 22
 
Techno
Centre Of Mass (8:52)
Balance Point (8:08)
Review: A limited edition 12" vinyl with two extension cuts of Obergman's new album on Pariter! Vinyl only - No repress! Dreamy synths wash over the listener, analogue bubbles heading for the surface - imagine Drexciya in 'Wavejumper' or 'Sea Snake' mode, only with its restless electro foundations replaced by something more regular and reassuringly solid in the beats department. All in all, oozing melodic techno class.
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Incidents
Cat: SFQCD 002. Rel: 26 Jun 17
 
Minimal/Tech House
Entry
A Civil Dose
Fever
Stand Up
Do It For Me
Disco Rebellion
Shape Your Dreams
Raid
Master Of The Universe
Ripple Effect
Exit
Review: After recent releases on the Save Fabric album, Alola & Jack Trax, Mr.C has delved deep into his musical psyche to deliver an acid master-class that's influenced by Ska, Dub, Electro, Italo Disco, Acid House & Tech House, bringing his roots up to date with this massive modern production. Incidents is about things that can happen while clubbing. Down-tempo tracks Entry Search, A Civil Dose & Quick Exit will dub you out. Slightly quicker Acid Fever & Stand Up will completely groove you & dance tracks Do It For Me, Disco Rebellion, Shape Your Dreams, Raid, Ripple Effect & Master Of The Universe will make you dance like no-one's watching. Incidents is the complete electronic album that pulls all the punches, gives a nod to the past & yet has it's feet firmly embedded in the future. This is easily Mr.C's best solo work to date & essential listening.
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Vol V
Vol V (12")
Cat: DISDAT 0052. Rel: 01 Jun 22
 
Minimal/Tech House
Andrew Weatherall - "Fourteen" (7:52)
Ricardo Villalobos - "Fourteen" (remix) (12:57)
Review: Last year DisDat dipped into Andrew Weatherall's archive of unreleased music and unleashed 'Y.W Eleven', a deliciously chuggy, druggy, synth-heavy affair that sounded like the late producer's take on 'Enjoy The Silence'-era Depeche Mode after a fistful of hallucinogenic mushrooms. 'Y.W Fourteen', a kind of sequel mined from the same source, is a little breezier and quietly Balearic in tone, with attractively fluttering synth lines bubbling away atop a crunchy, mid-tempo electro beat and intergalactic electronics. The accompanying remix comes from the effervescent Ricardo Villalobos, who successfully re-imagines the track as a rubbery, bass-heavy chunk of locked-in dancefloor minimalism in his distinctively wonky-but-funky, otherworldly style.
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Needs x World Mental Health Day 2020
Needs x World Mental Health Day 2020 (180 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: NNFP 008. Rel: 14 Dec 20
 
Techno
Shanti Celeste - "Fantasma" (5:54)
OCB - "RS3" (4:13)
Michelle - "Aesthetic" (7:11)
Bobby - "Free Your Mind" (6:34)
Peder Mannerfelt - "Our Levels" (7:14)
Yu Su - "Brittney" (live mix) (8:27)
Adam Pits - "Wind Tunnel" (5:07)
DJ Sports - "Needs Dub" (4:11)
Review: Needs' commendable charity drive continues to bring forth the goods, both in terms of good causes and world class club music. Rallying round in support of World Mental Health Day 2020, Shanti Celeste kicks the record off in style with the rapid fire, deep-diving workout 'Fantasma'. OCB keeps the pressure up with the psychotropic techno of 'RS3', while Michelle works up some delightfully freaky synths on playful jacker 'Aesthetic'. Bobby's 'Free Your Mind' is a 90s-tinged, full fat techno production indebted to Detroit, Peder Mannerfelt keeps things stripped and raw on 'Our Levels' and Yu Su weaves a beautiful tapestry of interweaving rhythms on 'Brittney'. Adam Pits' trippy techno sounds resplendent on 'Wind Tunnel' and DJ Sports completes the set with the inventive, dembow slanted funk of 'Needs Dub'.
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Gespielt von: Neil Diablo, Matisa
 in stock $10.38
The Gooch EP
Cat: SS 052. Rel: 20 Dec 13
 
Techno
The Gooch
Zodiak
Body Blow
Review:  been four years since Chicago producer Andres "Specter" Ordonez pitched up on Theo Parrish's Sound Signature label with the smoky, bleep-laden killer "Pipe Bomb". Here, he returns to the Detroit veteran's imprint, bringing with him three more slabs of fuzzy analogue oddness. "The Gooch" is the real killer, a 10-minute freakout that sounds like a jazz band making murky techno with just analogue machinery to play with - all wonky electronics, subtle acid and loose but relentless cymbals. The bolder "Zodiak" impresses with its 303-driven aggression, while "Body Blow" sounds like Hieroglyphic Being jamming with Buddy Miles. On Mars. That's gotta be good, right?
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Laminar Flow
Cat: KNOE VV/LP 1. Rel: 20 Jun 22
 
Deep House
Vermillion (4:43)
Incubation Theory (5:54)
Laminar Flow (5:38)
Empty Your Mind (6:04)
Oort Cloud (5:21)
Fluke (3:48)
Catalyst (6:50)
Tailwind (6:12)
Dusk By The Bay (2:21)
Silver Linings (5:44)
Shifting Sands (5:27)
Alluvion (4:59)
Review: London-based label For Those That Knoe returns with a terrific release by underrated Slovenian producer Vid Vai. He's been slowly yet steadily honing his craft over the last 12 years with releases on respected labels such as Assemble Music, Tvir, Gilesku and Oskar Offermann's White to name but a few. Laminar Flow also happens to be his first full-length, taking in a wide variety of moods and grooves along the way. From the evocative and acid-laced flow of 'Incubation Theory', the sci-fi electro of 'Oort Cloud' to the sublime ambient offering 'Dusk By The Bay' and the saucer-eyed sunrise breaks of 'Shifting Sands' - the result is a timeless piece of liquid-smooth sonic art.
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The Wolfpack
VARIOUS
The Wolfpack (140 gram vinyl triple 12")
Cat: LONEWOLF 006. Rel: 21 Sep 21
 
Techno
Patient Better Drivers - "Bruce Castle Mark" (8:25)
Cool & Frank - "Myeloid Of Now" (6:31)
Paradise City Breakers - "Passievrucht" (6:29)
Intareality - "Maintain" (6:36)
Zolaa - "Ancient Alliance" (5:55)
Dom - "Buddha Belly" (6:58)
Tadan - "Things Unsaid" (5:11)
Matthew Dexter - "Reptilian Bassline" (5:49)
Nnd - "Acid Sunrise" (6:14)
Innershades - "The Emptiness Inside" (5:03)
Es-q - "Come With Us" (6:06)
Review: EYA's sister label Lonewolf celebrates 2 years of activity with a 3x 12"! The VA explores a wide range of electronic music styles...from ambient to techno,breaks,electro,acid and more! 'The Wolfpack'will be a must in every record bag and vinyl collection!Music by Innershades,Es-Q,Matthew Dexter,Dom,Zolaa,Intareality,Tadan,Paradise City Breakers,NND,Cool and Frank,Patient Better Drivers.




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Horn Wax Eleven
Horn Wax Eleven (limited hand-stamped hand-numbered 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HW 11. Rel: 18 Sep 17
 
Deep House
Perseus Traxx - "Manque"
Posthuman - "A Better Me"
Review: Horn Wax is always a trusted outpost for intriguing, often haunting forays into the world of machine powered house and techno, and so it goes on edition 11 as Perseus Traxx and Posthuman take a side each to extol the virtues of electronic exploration. Perseus Traxx is in an especially romantic mood with the blown out tones of "Manque" straining through a fog of reverb and dust, creating a truly mesmerizing jacker in the process. Posthuman by way of contrast keeps things clear and concise, preferring a sinsister, sleazy approach to acid that rides a slower tempo and sounds all the more alluring for it.
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2 Late 4 Love (2023 Edition)
2 Late 4 Love (2023 Edition) (12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: ACIWAX 90. Rel: 12 Apr 23
 
Deep House
2 Late 4 Love (part 1) (6:58)
Cwejman Acid (part 2) (5:18)
Melchester Acid (part 1) (3:12)
Emotinium (6:01)
Track 5 (5:43)
Track 6 (1:43)
Review: Six years have now passed since cuts from Roy of the Ravers' brilliant '2 Late 4 Love' cassette made their debut on vinyl, via a highly limited EP that's now fiendishly hard to find. This '2023 Edition' of the in-demand EP offers two tracks from that 12" - pleasingly lo-fi acid jack-track '2 Late For Love (Part 1)' and the fuzzy, machine-driven deep house-goes-acid minimalism of 'Emotium' - plus a pair of favourites featured on the cassette version but not the previous vinyl release (the brain-melting acid electro jam 'Cwejman Acid (Part 2)' and the hissing, distorted TB-303 and TR-909 weight of 'Melchester Acid (Part 1)'. Throw in a bonus cut recorded in the same period ('Track 5') and you have an indispensable reissue.
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Gespielt von: Evan Michael, Joe Montana
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John FM EP
Cat: JFM# 2. Rel: 13 Oct 15
 
Deep House
Jehx (7:36)
Motion (3:59)
Alone (Omar S mix) (4:22)
Gump (7:17)
Review: Omar S' Detroit proud FXHE now has a staunch reputation as one of those buy on sight labels for a reason. This new release by rising star John FM follows up the well-received Alone and Where My Roots Lie EPs. Starting with the soulful machine funk of "Jehks" truly capturing the sounds of the city of industry in its heyday. There's then the fine R&B jam of "Motion" somewhat reminiscent of Theo Parrish & Andrew Ashong, but it's his smooth vocal delivery which undoubtedly makes it his own! On the flip, the mysterious and melancholic Omar-S remix of "Alone" is absolutely sublime, but just wait for the tough acid fuelled groove of "Gump" which truly takes it home in right fashion.
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Gespielt von: A-Future
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In Rave We Cave (1st Edition)
Cat: FAUVER 001. Rel: 20 Mar 23
 
Minimal/Tech House
Forty Fings Dynamo - "Inversion" (6:37)
Tingz - "Raveolution" (Acid mix) (6:10)
Pedro Bertho - "TOITOI" (6:33)
COEO - "Vertigo" (4:40)
Review: It's all about the early 90s vibes on this 12" from Fauvre as four underground anthems from the era are revisited. Forty Wings Dynamo's 'Inversion' has a dubby, dreamy progressive house feel, its epic outlook and echoing percussion inevitably bringing Leftfield's first handful of 12"s to mind, before 'Raveolution' (Acid mix) brings a more jungle techno feel with sliced up breaks skittering around the four-to-the-floor kicks. Pedro Bertho's 'TOITOI' starts side two, nodding to Jaydee's 'Plastic Dreams' with its soulful keys creating magic over a simple, banging techno framework before COEO's 'Vertigo' gets to work with its proto-breakbeat beats and one utterly orgasmic breakdown. Well worth a step back in time.
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 in stock $13.24
I'm Starting To Feel Okay Vol 7 Part 2
Cat: MM 199. Rel: 22 Mar 16
 
Deep House
DJ Jenifa - "Dresscode" (5:17)
Johannes Klingebiel - "Cowbell Piano House" (6:57)
Fred P - "Days In Time" (6:26)
Kim Brown - "Gated Communities" (6:06)
Review: You'll struggle to find a more pleasingly tongue-in-cheek house track than DJ Jenifa's "Dresscode", the opening cut from this 12" sampler for Mule Musiq's I'm Starting To Feel Okay Volume 7 compilation. Produced by Gold Panda, it peppers a woozy, Germanic deep house groove with scattergun drum machine hits, a lazy trumpet solo and cut-up samples of someone talking about going clubbing Chelmsford on a Saturday night. Elsewhere, Johannes Klingebiel delivers a dash of wonky jazz-house in the shape of the rather tasty "Cowbell Piano House", Fred P goes typically deep and spacey on the Motor City lusciousness that is "Days In Time", and Kim Brown goes even deeper with the dusty, analogue-sounding warmth of "Gated Communities".
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Spores From Outer Space (reissue)
Cat: DET 313C. Rel: 25 Jul 22
 
Techno
Spores From Outer Space (9:02)
Phantom (9:03)
Review: Third part of Gary Martin and Yossi Amoyal's DET project. Re-issue of proper wild mid-90's Gigi Galaxy classics - Killer 12"
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Live From The Multiverse (Infinite 2)
Cat: EES 039B. Rel: 12 Jun 23
 
Deep House
6th Chakra (feat DJ Deflektorschild) (5:31)
King OTN (5:54)
DX Metero (4:51)
Starfather (6:18)
Review: (Emotional) Especial and Giraffi Dog join forces once more to offer up the second installment of their concept EP series. It is focussed on live and studio collaborations and this one comes in two halves: the first half kicks off with '6th Chakra' (feat DJ Deflektorschild) - a fully live deep house and hi-tek soul exploration with mind-expanding synths and Detroit drum sounds. 'King OTN' is a jack dup acid cut ripped with cosmic synth details and 'DX Metero' has sheet metal synths lashing about next to ethereal synths and busted drum breaks. 'Starfather' is a star-facing closer with elegant piano notes dancing over serene grooves. A vital showcase of this essential live artist.
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 in stock $14.28
Zen '23
Zen '23 (12")
Cat: EES 043. Rel: 11 Sep 23
 
Deep House
Solitude (6:05)
Zen '23 (6:44)
Crow Dub (5:22)
Earth Flight (6:08)
Review: The always adventurous Especial label is back on its world travels once more for another cultured EP, this time from Jonne Lyden aka 53X. This is a widescreen bass exploration with trance-tinged steppas looking firmly to the future from the Finnish-born artist. He has a background in punk bands but a trip to Berlin turned his ear and now he makes experimental fusions that draw on everything from industrial to Berghain to Detroit for inspiration. His tunes are mostly started out as live jams and then edited into what we have here - club-ready sounds, rich atmospherics, acid, breaks and hypnotic rhythms.

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 in stock $13.75
Summer Love
Cat: VIBR 023. Rel: 13 Sep 21
 
Minimal/Tech House
Summer Love (6:30)
Summer Love (Gherkin Jerks Tribute mix 1) (5:08)
Desert Valley (6:55)
Desert Valley (Gherkin Jerks Tribute mix 2) (5:51)
 in stock $14.52
3MB feat Magic Juan Atkins (reissue)
3MB feat Magic Juan Atkins (reissue) (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 009LP. Rel: 08 Jun 21
 
Techno
Bassmental (Magic Juan edit) (6:28)
Bassmental (9:13)
Die Kosmischen Kuriere (Moritz Von Oswald & Thomas Fehlmann mix) (6:30)
Die Kosmischen Kuriere (5:20)
Jazz Is The Teacher (Magic Juan edit) (9:39)
Jazz Is The Teacher (Moritz Von Oswald + Thomas Fehlmann mix) (7:09)
The 4th Quarter (5:07)
Review: Tresor is celebrating 30 years in the game with a series of special reissue projects. This one really goes way back to almost the start, when Juan Atkins was already defining the early techno sound. For this one he linked up with Moritz von Oswald and Thomas Fehlmann in 1992 for a second iteration of the 3 Men in Berlin project. The monumental results join the dots between Detroit and Berlin across a collection of timeless cuts that meld bassline funk, hypnotic minimalism and soulful machine sounds into propulsive, emotive dance floor joy. The unbridled energy and cosmic elegance of 'Jazz Is The Teacher' might just be the highlight.
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Discorgy EP
Cat: PHLX 004. Rel: 20 Mar 23
 
Techno
Oct-opus (8:47)
Discorgy (5:06)
Dreams Of Wrestlers (5:44)
Review: A new collaboration of Philoxenia Records founders Luigi Di Venere and Neu Verboten, Affekt Unit is informed by an aim to "spark new feelings on the dancefloor". The three track Discorgy EP celebrates their musical obsessions - Italo house, Frankfurt EBM-house and trance - with the result proving an electrifying crossover of these classic genres together with surprising new sounds. 'Oct-Opus' boasts a serious electro component, fused with progressive trance, UK bass, techno, transcendental rave and even a climactic outbreak of rave-era breaks. The title track 'Discorgy' draws from Euro dance and EBM, experimenting with a polyrhythmic bass line and bringing the kind of 'stadium house' that The KLF were always aiming for. Closing track 'Dreams Of Wrestlers' is cosmic house at its sweetest and beefiest, spruced here and there with Italo stabs and pianos, drum machine fills and some lovely subtle filtering. Not so much a case of something for everyone than everything from everyone, you might even say.
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Tags: EBM | Acid Techno
 in stock $10.38
Undefined Tales Part 1.2: Mind & Senses Purified
Cat: UNDF 010. Rel: 11 Oct 19
 
Minimal/Tech House
Alex Picone - "Hard, Intens & Makes No Sense" (4:55)
Charonne - "Nocturama" (5:04)
Charonne - "Phunketeers" (7:52)
Cobert - "Caramara" (7:49)
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Breaking Out EP
Cat: SG 37. Rel: 10 Jul 23
 
Techno
Chase Mind (6:34)
Lose Yourself (6:00)
Breaking Out (5:05)
Mr Muscle (6:58)
Review: Aubrey has always brought a detailed sense of sound design to his heavy techno. The Berlin-based artist does that again here on a first EP on his own Solid Groveos since 2016. Two tracks delve into his archives to come up with some rare and obscure jams from the 90s. One is 'Lose Yourself' - a bright and cosmic take on techno that prime-era Derrick May would be proud of then the other, 'Breaking Out', offers golden US-style house with nice frayed synths and smoky depths. Two new cuts are 'Chase Mind' - a cavernous and dubby, with whimsical pads and unrelenting bass locking you in a trance, then 'Mr Muscle', a twisted acid techno closer that completes a varied and vital EP.
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2000 & Something
2000 & Something (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LONEWOLF 007. Rel: 10 Jan 22
 
Techno
2000 & Something (8:23)
Third Wave (5:23)
Ritmos Oscuros (5:57)
Review: Over the past few years Nick Gynn has been whipping up a storm with his loose and limber strain of trance-inflected club melters. Now he's landing in exactly the right spot to kick off 2022 alongside the good folk at EYA Records. Minting their Lonewolf series specifically, the 2000 & Something EP deals in maximal acid wrigglers with a playful but dark-tinted edge which should go down very well with the buoyant wave of psychedelic party people. Watch out for the electro stylings of 'Ritmos Obscuros', which closes out the 12" in body-popping fashion.
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Suck A Dick
Cat: PDON 012. Rel: 20 Dec 22
 
Techno
Suck A Dick (7:32)
Suck A Dub (6:13)
Suck A Dick (instrumental) (5:44)
Review: Paranoid London are named as such for a reason: the English megacity really does instill a low-level sense of paranoia and dread. So why the hell not lighten up now and again? That's just what this dubious duo have gone and done with 'Suck A Dick'; replacing their usual EP-cover representation of Big Ben with a giant phallus, Paranoid London have successfully drawn an astute analogy between masculine dominance and the totalitarian dominance of the state. Featuring the unmistakable vocals of regular collaborator Mutado Pintado, it's a guaranteed floor-filler, unusually humorous for the pair's austere, distorted repertoire.
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 in stock $15.05
La Femme Fantastique
La Femme Fantastique (purple vinyl 12")
Cat: CMC 251. Rel: 03 Sep 20
 
Deep House
Introducing Le Femme Fantastique (0:50)
Le Femme Fantastique (extended mix) (5:37)
Le Femme Fantastique (KiNK & KEi extended remix) (7:09)
Review: Honey Dijon and Josh Caffee is a powerful coming together of black talent on the long essential Classic label. After a spoken word introducing from Caffee - a lauded DJ and live act who regularly blows up the likes of Block9 at Glastonbury - comes "Le Femme Fantastique" (extended mix). It's a twisted bit of raw, brain frying house with prickly drums, spiky synths and a great vocal delivered over the top. KiNK & KEi serve up an extended remix that is drawn out and somewhat stripped back, so it bangs in different but equally high impact ways. This EP is pure club dynamite, make no mistake.
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Raw Viz Shun EP
Cat: UAR 012. Rel: 11 Apr 23
 
Deep House
Solid Gold Playaz - "I Can't Think (The Nation Is Sick)" (7:11)
Solid Gold Playaz - "I Sold My Life To Acid" (7:13)
Gari Romalis - "Detroit After Dark" (7:30)
Brian Neal - "Panties" (4:01)
Review: Upstairs Asylum Recordings is one of the many seminal Detroit labels run by local legend Norm Talley. It's right in the middle of a busy run right now with no fewer superb run with three new EPs all dropping in quick succession. This one is a split EP with US duo Solid Gold Playaz taking care of the a-side. As always with this pair, their sounds are deep and dusty house with exquisite melodies tugging at the heart. On the flip, Gari Romalis steps up with the slick percussive skip of 'Detroit After Dark' then 'Panties' from Brian Neal brings jacked up analogue groves that lean into techno with a big fat bassline.
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Space Jungle EP
Cat: UFOS 006. Rel: 23 Oct 23
 
Breakbeat
888 (6:34)
Space Jungle (feat Parallax Modulators) (6:56)
Grantourismo (6:32)
Redemption (8:15)
Review: The sixth UFOs outing is another intergalactic adventure in sonic form and this time at the buttons it's New Balaance, a Mexican artist at the heart of a new wave. Space Jungle though is an apt title for this EP, which kicks off with some stylish breaks and nimble basslines overlaid with lush cosmic arps. 'Space Jungle' (feat Parallax Modulators brings a more pensive mood thanks to the sustained chords and deeper grooves, but subtle acid and chattery perc bring it to life. 'Grantourismo' is a lively and dynamic cut with more swirling synth work while 'Redemption' closes down this quartet of excellent explorations with a mix of 90s prog, techno and breakbeats all imbued with plenty of colour.
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FXHE 10 Year Compilation Mix 2
Cat: AOS 2004. Rel: 02 Jun 14
 
Deep House
Unitarian
Churchill
You Heard What The Man Said Muthafukka
Strider's World
Track #8
Flying Blind
Techy Alexander
Columns
Three Blinds Rats
Force Fed the Meds
Mayall LL
It Can Be Done But Only I Can Do It
Got The Drop On Dem
Untitled
Gunup Runup
Over You Too
Review: Alex "Omar" Smith has always come across as fairly militant in terms of his musical output, so it's still a surprise that he's chosen to celebrate the first decade of his FXHE label by putting out a series of mixes. This second installment expands on the first - released earlier this year - mixing familiar staples and scene anthems (Smith's own "It Can Be Done But Only I Can Do It") with lesser known gems. Musically, it's impressively raw, with Smith moving through a range of tough, stripped-back techno grooves and dystopian acid house gems before reaching for more melodious cuts such as the shimmering "Flying Blind" and melancholic "Three Blind Rats".
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Gespielt von: Laura Jones
 in stock $21.28
Speedball
Speedball (12")
Cat: DROID 0722. Rel: 25 Jul 22
 
Minimal/Tech House
Speedball (Full Whip version) (7:11)
Speedball (Severe Itching mix) (4:27)
Speedball (Strip Off dub) (5:38)
Speedball (Whizbang mix) (6:01)
Review: The iconic North London dance music duo Idjut Boys are famed for their nostalgia fueled offerings of dub, disco and house and join forces again for this 4 track single featuring 4 completely different takes on the track 'Speedball'. The 'Full Whip' version is an 80s powersynth with powerful kicks and synth perfection, an authentic use of a commodified sound used in the past couple of years. 'Severe Itching' takes the party downstairs into an acid techno rave, the liquid bass seeping through your ear canal into your skull - an utterly extraterrestrial experience. 'Strip Off Dub' is just that: a stripped back dub version of 'Full Whip'. Focusing on the heftier synths and bass, with the rushing wind effects that compromised 'Full Whip'. 'Whizbang Mix' invites you back into the bassment for another slice of acid house pie, the meeting point between 'Full Whip' and 'Severe Itching' that feels like trying to listen to the former after the laters aforementioned liquid has blocked your eardrums. This one's for the messy afterparty.
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GRIT
GRIT (2xLP)
Cat: HYPELP 021. Rel: 23 Sep 22
 
Electro
Surrounded By Neighbours (5:29)
Decay Hole (3:52)
Partron (5:58)
Gas Logs (5:55)
Grit (4:38)
Swingeing Cuts (5:36)
Weed Killah (4:45)
Disco Derriere (7:12)
Afterning (4:49)
Mornoon (5:15)
Xanalog (6:36)
Screwfix Typeface (7:04)
Review: Astonishingly, GRIT is Luke Vibert's 18th album under his given name (he's released many more as under other aliases such as Wagon Christ, Kerrier District and Amen Andrews), though his first for a couple of years. It's a predictably fun, TB-303 heavy affair, with the prolific Cornishman giddily sprinting through rubbery acid-electro ('Surrounded By Neighbours'), deep acid wooziness ('Decay Hole'), thrillingly wayward machine funk ('Partron'), subdued, bass-heavy swingers (the vaguely Wagon Christ-ish 'Gas Legs'), surging jack tracks (the breathless title track), jaunty house retro-futurism ('Swingeing Cuts'), Kerrier District-goes-acid insanity ('Disco Derriere'), hard-to-pigeonhole madness ('Screwfix Typeface'), and much more besides. A must-check for lovers of trippy acid lines and sweaty, loose-limbed beats.
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Bass: The Final Frontier
Cat: PAM 002. Rel: 04 Jul 23
 
Balearic/Downtempo
Bass - The Final Frontier (David Holmes remix) (7:08)
Bass - The Final Frontier (3:23)
Demons Of Dance (6:02)
Mumbo Jumbo (3:44)
Review: Last year, Pamela Records launched with a fantastic EP of cosmic club music from the late, great Andrew Weatherall and his long-time production partner Nina Walsh. For release number two, they've turned to another long-serving London producer, former Aloof collaborator Jo Sims. Lead cut 'Bass - The Final Frontier' (track two on the A-side) is definitely one that Weatherall would have played: a psychedelic, mid-tempo chugger with trance-inducing electronics, twinkling synthesiser lead lines and a throbbing groove. David Holmes remixes, slowing it down further while adding undulating TB-303 'acid' lines and plenty of cinematic textures. Elsewhere, 'Demons of Dance' is a moody dark disco throb-job (Richard Sen would approve), while 'Mumbo Jumbo' is a deep Balearic breaks number tailor made for sunsets and sunrises.
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 in stock $16.09
35 004 Acid Track Remixes
35 004 Acid Track Remixes (limited hand-numbered blue vinyl 12")
Cat: AAP 3035004. Rel: 18 Mar 22
 
Techno
Acid Track (Paul Johnson remix) (9:26)
Acid Track (Marko Nastic remix) (7:11)
Acid Track (Zombie Nation remix) (5:33)
Acid Track (Shinedoe remix) (6:34)
Acid Track (NUDE remix) (6:01)
Acid Track (NUDE instrumental) (6:02)
Review: The Afro Acid Plastik label has been doing a fine job of carrying new and retrospective works from DJ Pierre, with the most recent focus being on extensive remix packages around the iconic 'Acid Track'. This fourth installment comes with a slightly heavy heart as fellow Chicago titan Paul Johnson leads the way with his 'Jack Nation' remix pumping out while his sad passing still weighs on our minds. Elsewhere, Marko Nastic, Shinedoe, Zombie Nation and NUDE all deliver versions which pay tribute to the legacy of one of the most important club tracks of all time.
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Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Techno
 in stock $7.79
Detour Dub
Cat: WANIA 9106. Rel: 02 Feb 18
 
Deep House
DJ Sotofett - "Detour Dub" (12:49)
Vera Dvale - "To Want You" (feat Merel Laine) (12:27)
 in stock $10.38
My Life With The Machines Vol 1
My Life With The Machines Vol 1 (hand-stamped double 12")
Cat: REPEAT 05. Rel: 14 Jul 22
 
Minimal/Tech House
Acid Soul (8:17)
Jah Love (8:13)
Acid Babies (6:19)
Rawtronik 909 (6:48)
Visual Spectrum (5:30)
Dubdub1111 (5:59)
Sista Dub (8:36)
Review: There is a load of Jay Tripwire newness around at the moment and some of it is from his back catalogue and some of it is all new. Here the longtime minimal mainstay and Canadian scene-pioneer serves up a multi-volume collection of cult tracks of his from the early 2000s. They have a west coast tech house sound and are still future in design. The likes of Villalbos have long been banging these and they sit well with the days current underground sound. Acid, dub, tech, electronic soul and more all colour the grooves.
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Nost
Nost (3xLP)
Cat: BPC 330LP. Rel: 12 May 17
 
Minimal/Tech House
Mind Journey (9:45)
Innocence (7:41)
Jack My Ass (7:34)
Call Me (7:57)
Electric Eye (7:38)
Erdmond (7:36)
Mma (7:58)
Physical (8:38)
Stormy Memories (8:03)
 in stock $30.10
The Journey Vol 3
The Journey Vol 3 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: REPEAT 16. Rel: 15 Jun 23
 
Minimal/Tech House
Acid (6:15)
The Ghoulash Monster From Outer Space (7:05)
5AM (5:59)
Review: UK tech house legend Mark Ambrose is now back with a third volume of his The Journey series on Richard Davis' reissue label Repeat. The revered veteran crafted plenty of the genre's best and most unique sounds and you can revisit three of them now. 'Acid' is a slow, deep and meandering monster with rubbery bass and undulating 303 lines. 'The Ghoulash Monster From Outer Space' is a more dark and tribal, chunky and sci-fi sound with rich sound designs and eerie atmospheres and '5 AM' closes on a serene deep tech groove. Ricardo Villalobos, Sonja Moonear and Marcel Dettmann are just some of the names who have played these jams over the years, which is a testament to their quality.
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Gespielt von: Kid Who
 in stock $17.39
Kraken EP
Kraken EP (hand-stamped 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: SEMID 015. Rel: 25 Jul 23
 
Funky/Club House
Demi Riquisimo & Michelle Manetti - "All I Need" (6:35)
Corbi - "Kraken" (6:56)
Lulah Francs & Nebari - "Don't Make Me Wait" (5:12)
Nairless - "Swell" (5:46)
Last Magpie - "Release It" (5:22)
Jive Talk - "Wizard's Slippers" (5:31)
Review: Semi Delicious go full flavour for this new various artists EP to mark their 15th vinyl outing. It's Demi Riquisimo & Michelle Manetti who kick off with the surging house stylings of 'All I Need,' a vocal laced peak time track with rushy feels. Corbi cooks up some rugged broken beats on the sleepy 'Kraken' then Lulah Francs & Nebari tap into he Peech Bosy classic for the vocal top line of their 'Don't Make Me Wait' and pair it with classic analogue drum clatter and gurgling bass brilliance. The flip has three more tunes including the rave of 'Nairless' and blissed out, sun up cut 'Release It' by Last Magpie. Jive Talk's 'Wizards Slippers' is a lovely electro bubbler to round out a diverse EP.
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Remote Control EP
Cat: MFFV 15041. Rel: 08 Dec 21
 
Deep House
Remote Control (6:36)
Dystopia (4:57)
Review: 29 years after Crispin J Glover and David Jenkins AKA DJ Shakra delivered their first single as Caucasian Boy, the Strictly Rhythm signed, TB-303 powered heaviness of 'Northern Lights', the long-serving producers have decided to reunite for a new single on Music For Freaks. It's something of a surprise, but a more than welcome one. Lead track 'Remote Control' is breathlessly brilliant all told, a six-and-a-half-minute retro-futurist odyssey in which warehouse-ready synth stabs and duelling acid lines spar atop a hybrid house-meets-electro beat. Almost as impactful is 'Dystopia', a pitched down acid house stomper that boasts subtle references to all manner of killer 1990s house and techno jams. An unapologetically giddy and self-aware blast from the past... more please!
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Gespielt von: DJ Mau Mau
 in stock $10.68
SUED 023
SUED 023 (white vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: SUED 023. Rel: 19 Aug 20
 
Techno
7136 Jingle (0:10)
9244 G (5:30)
11 1 034 (3:21)
321 90 (0:01)
77 84 (3:22)
16733 ET (5:08)
00 391 (5:22)
04522 X (3:26)
405 Acid (6:41)
A3 34 12 (4:34)
A3 34 12 (1:27)
24 V 9 (2:35)
033 033 (2:18)
0814 Dont Talk (3:41)
000 201
Review: As PG Sounds, Philip Gelberg and Sven Reigler have delivered some of the most eccentric, interesting and off-kilter music on the SUED catalogue. On this much anticipated debut album, the pair continues in a similar vein, flitting between curious ambient experiments, sparse and ultra-dusty deep house, blunted instrumental hip-hop beats, mind-altering acid electronica, squelchy beat-scapes, rubbery techno wonkiness, deep space jack-tracks, twisted and brain-melting club stompers, and the kind of blink-and-you-miss-them interludes that will make you instantly rewind the vinyl to try and work out what's going on. It's the kind of set that defies easy categorization but is all the better for that. Recommended.
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Gespielt von: M50, Juno Recommends Techno
 in stock $24.14
Various Artists Vol 2
Cat: THC 002. Rel: 17 Dec 21
 
Minimal/Tech House
Acidulant - "Feel No Disgrace" (6:49)
Jon Lee - "Darkness Calling" (5:56)
Jay Tripwire - "Kneel To Zod" (7:59)
Space Ace - "Acid Odyssey" (7:19)
Praus - "Luigi's Illusion" (5:46)
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Drum Therapy
Cat: GAREC 004. Rel: 03 May 22
 
Techno
Rob Threezy - "Revisited" (5:48)
Rob Threezy - "Liquid Metal" (6:32)
Maddjazz - "Tio3Session" (5:22)
Maddjazz - "TR DrumTool" (5:46)
Review: The Groove Access label kicks on to a third release here and it comes in the form of a split EP between Rob Threezy and Maddjazz. Threezy kicsk off on the a-side with 'Threezy', a panel beating techno workout with leggy drums and elastic bass that will spangled any crowd. His second cut, 'Liquid Metal' is another masterclass in bendy bass and chunky drum funk, this time with vocal stabs layered in for extra spice. Maddjazz then steps up to kick off the flipside in frantic acid laced fashion with all sorts of OG Chicago house ranges over booming techno grooves. 'TR DrumTool' is a final weapon for dance floor destruction.
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 in stock $8.82
There Is No Acid In This House
There Is No Acid In This House (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SJRLP 518. Rel: 27 Oct 22
 
Minimal/Tech House
Communion Of The Highest Order (8:44)
We Are The Light Vessels (5:19)
When Situations Get 2 Deep (5:46)
Look Over There 9 Oclock (5:15)
Beyond The Outrage (4:31)
Frantic Moments (4:50)
Mephisto's Pulpit Of Stank (4:19)
Deconstructing The Path (4:34)
Nights Under The Nubian Sky (5:02)
Dark Acidic Organ (4:52)
Private Runner (5:08)
Let Me Know How U Really Feel (4:05)
There Is No Acid In This House (Just Emotions Rmx) (6:24)
Dogs Don't Wear Pants (4:45)
Review: Chicago extraordinaire Jamal Moss aka Hieroglyphic Being's third solo album is titled There Is No Acid In This House, and sees him return to Soul Jazz Records. Using his idiosyncratic electronic sound, Moss takes influence from the experimental minds of fellow Windy City innovators such as The Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians, The Art Ensemble of Chicago and Sun Ra, through to icons of his hometown's house music scene like Ron Hardy, Marshall Jefferson, Lil Louis and others who have defined Chicago's musical universe over the last half a century.
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The Pulse EP (reissue)
Cat: 12TOT 11. Rel: 03 Oct 23
 
Minimal/Tech House
Indo Tribe - "Bring In The Pulse" (MFK mix) (5:10)
Indo Tribe - "In The Mind Of A Child" (First Born mix) (5:04)
The Future Sound Of London - "Hardhead" (Frothin' At The Mouth mix) (6:06)
The Future Sound Of London - "Pulse State" (831 AM mix) (7:20)
Review: Jumpin' & Pumpin' looks back into the seminal archives of The Future Sound of London here to reissue their fantastic The Pulse EP from 2008 which also featured tunes from Manchester pair Indo Tribe. It is they who start with 'Bring In The Pulse' which features some Happy Mondays hallelujahs, mad rave whistles and bristling electronic breaks. 'In The Mind Of A Child' (First Born mix) is then a bouncy techno cut with more visceral synth and acid lines and The Future Sound Of London kick off the flipside with 'Hardhead' (Frothin' At The Mouth mix) which is an assault of breaks, congas, whistles and rave signifiers. 'Pulse State' (831 AM mix) is that perfect tune to zone out to on a late night drive on the motorway.
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Modulo 02 (feat Baby Ford/GNMR/NDR mixes)
Cat: AGR 005. Rel: 19 Jun 23
 
Minimal/Tech House
Modulo (Baby Ford remix) (7:18)
Modulo (David Agrella rework) (7:16)
Modulo (GNMR remix) (5:04)
Modulo (NDR remix) (7:25)
Review: London-based Italian David Agrella is the man behind the Agrellomatica Records label and now for its fifth release, he has tapped up some undeniably quality names to remix the title tune from his debut Modulo EP back in 2007. Baby Ford kicks off with a deliciously deep and dubbed-out minimal house roller that is detailed with wispy chords and eerie vocalisations. Agrella himself then flips it into a rubbery 909 workout with pops and bubbles next to the leggy drums. GNMR goes for a gritty, heads down and back room techno roller and to close, NDR brings a retro techno sound with molten acid lines. All in all a very useful outing.
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Memorabilia (German Remix Edition)
Memorabilia (German Remix Edition) (limited translucent green vinyl 12")
Cat: GDR 1. Rel: 30 Nov 23
 
Coldwave/Synth
Memorabilia (Daniel Miller 2023 remix) (5:16)
Memorabilia (Daniel Miller 2023 remix - instrumental) (5:13)
Memorabilia (The Hacker 2023 remix) (6:35)
Memorabilia (Wally Funk 2023 remix) (5:39)
Review: The birth point of ecstasy in British music is usually credited to acid house and the second summer of love: a cemented vision of kids sweating and vibrating in clubs, fields and warehouses in 1988, united by universal empathy and mind-popping sounds. However, in 1981, a couple of young men from Leeds went to New York, discovered the drug in its infancy, fused its' gritty synth pop to acid house's squelchy 303 groove and recorded an album - Soft Cell's Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret. The rest, as they say, is history.
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The Rites Of Wrong
Cat: COMMUNICATION 3. Rel: 18 Jun 14
 
Deep House
Jeremy Kyle's Righteous Indignation Silences Us All
A Public Service Announcement
I Seen You Through A Crowd (She's So Cool)
Evening Coming Down, On A Hill Above The Town
Cheers Curtis! (Thx mix)
Talking At Right Angles
Jolly Dillon (Happy Autumn Drinking With Friends)
Review: Ireland's Automatic Tasty (AKA Wicklow-based producer Jonny Dillon) seems to be getting better with age. Having skirted round the edges of analogue techno, deep house and electro since 2008, he really came of age with a pair of inspired singles on Lunar Disko back in 2012. Here, he delivers his fifth full-length, a delightfully fuzzy saunter through good old-fashioned electronica, 8-bit electro, melody-driven analogue iciness and low-key alien funk. There's naturally much to admire, from the Mr Fingers-goes-acid deepness of "Cheers Curtis! (Thx Mix)" and vibrant ZX Spectrum-house feel of "Talking At Right Angles", to the rush-inducing bliss and delightful vintage synthesizers of "I Seen You Through a Crowd (She's So Cool)".
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Gespielt von: Far Out Radio Systems
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Mind Eclipse EP
Cat: RB 110. Rel: 22 Jun 22
 
Deep House
Mind Eclipse (Trancehouzztool) (5:39)
HG (6:49)
Phoenix (5:58)
The Shore (808 mix) (6:15)
Review: Described by Running Back boss Gerd Janson as "studies in the transformation of emotional states" and inspired by the music of his youth, Deetron's latest EP is a wholehearted, saucer-eyed riff on music of the rave era, given his usual 21st century twist. He begins in confident fashion with 'Mind Eclipse (TranceHouzz Tool)', cannily manipulating waves of hypnotic electronics and glassy-eyed synthesizer riffs atop a sturdy house beat, before joining the dots between bleep techno, jacking house and vintage Alter Ego on 'HG'. Over on the flip, 'Phoenix' is a locked-in chunk of rolling techno/trance fusion, while 'The Shore (808 Mix)' is a gorgeous exercise in rushing, retro-futurist deep house bliss that will have the hairs on the back of your attention standing to attention.
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Gespielt von: Fog
 in stock $11.93
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