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Thursday 6 August 2020
Singles
SURM O1
SURM O1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SURM 01. Rel: 06 Aug 20
  1. Ron & Roland - "Nassaur Bassed Party" (6:46)
  2. Spacebunny - "Spacebunny" (6:29)
  3. Coke, Stoned & Bailey's - "Your Dad" (6:01)
Review: Surreal was a sublabel of Swag Records that operated around the tech house scene of the mid to late '90s. After 17 years of silence, the label awakens from its slumber to repress a few of the choicest cuts from the back catalogue. First up is Ron & Roland, otherwise known as Laurant Webb, whose acid-laced "Nassaur Bassed Party" sounds as fresh and infectious as it did back in '96. Spacebunny's self-titled opus takes thing deeper, but there's still a strident metallic groove that harks back to the early days of tech house in fine style. Cheeky trio Coke, Stoned & Bailey's only made a couple of drops on Surreal, but "Your Dad" is surely one of the strongest - a rubbery acid line and splashes of dub all over the shop.
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Wednesday 5 August 2020
Singles
Acid 10
Acid 10 (silver vinyl 12")
Cat: ACID 10. Rel: 05 Aug 20
  1. Track 1 (7:08)
  2. Track 2 (5:32)
  3. Track 3 (8:36)
  4. Track 4 (5:08)
Review: Acidworx present their tenth release, which label boss DJ Seri so eloquently describes himself as 'more funky, squelching acid cuts for your brain'. Their acid trips have assisted them in travelling (without moving) as far as Japan, Australia, Netherlands and Switzerland on this one. The acid flashback on A1 will take you back to the days of the Plastik parties at the legendary Packard Plant in Detroit, while the tunnelling and strobed-out mentalisms of "10.02" will certainly cause long term effects - at the very least it'll have you calling in sick on Monday. On the flip, strap yourself in for a wild ride on the full-throttle acid trance epic "10.03" and boldly exclaim 'stay up forever!'
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Psy Lance EP (reissue)
Psy Lance EP (reissue) (limited 12" Nachpressung)
Cat: TAPEHISS 002. Rel: 05 Aug 20
  1. Psy Lance (8:25)
  2. Bazz (6:20)
  3. Preacha Bonus (5:05)
Review: It's been a while since Zolta Pal last used the Jaffa Surfa alias. In fact, his last outing under the pseudonym dropped three years ago on Houseworx (the US garage-flavoured Pimpin' EP). This three-tracker happily finds him in fine form, delivering a more tech-tinged trio of aquatic deep house cuts. There's naturally plenty to enjoy, from the subterranean shuffle and liquid melodies of "Bazz" and heavy percussive bump of "Psy Lance" - all thickset, multi-tracked drums, calming pads and fizzing electronics - to the beatless bliss of "Preacha Bonus", which - unsurprisingly given the title - features a deep south preacher chatting over heady ambient chords.
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Faerie Stomp
Cat: PE 012. Rel: 05 Aug 20
  1. Faerie Stomp (6:47)
  2. Faerie Stomp (Enchanted mix) (5:52)
  3. Faerie Stomp (Ludwig AF Haunted mix) (7:56)
  4. Faerie Stomp (Adam Pits Undergrowth mix) (5:28)
Review: While D Tiffany's Planet Euphorique label has always embraced the more psychedelic end of the electronic music spectrum, this debut EP from Psychedelic Budz - a collaboration between the label founder and fellow trippy techno traveller Ciel - is the most expressively hallucinatory record it has released to date. In its original form, "Faerie Stomp" is a wonderfully squelchy, acid-fired trip into '90s tech-trance territory that sounds like the kind of thing that Ewoks would listen to in order to free their minds at five in the morning. The pair's more percussive and spaced-out "Enchanted Mix" is, if anything, even better. Elsewhere, Ludwig AF's remix doffs a multi-coloured jester's hat to the Psychic Warriors Ov Gaia, while Adam Pitts turns the track into a psychedelic techno stomper.
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Tribulation
Tribulation (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BMM 90. Rel: 05 Aug 20
  1. Track 1 (8:12)
  2. Track 2 (6:42)
  3. Track 3 (6:33)
Review: Chicago veteran Boo Williams has put out almost as many records as his good friend Glenn Underground, and almost all of them are high-class. His latest limited-edition missive is, somewhat predictably, another gem. Opener "Tribulation" is sweet and spacey, with Williams wrapping fizzing, techno-tempo drums and bubbly bass in intergalactic synths sounds and chords so emotive you might start blubbing on the dancefloor. It comes accompanied by a deeper, acid-flecked flipside dub that also boasts some exciting new synth solos (track three) and a slightly slower, but no less energetic or musically positive, bonus cut called "Mental State". Predictably, this is every bit as alluring as the EP's other tracks.
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Gespielt von: Ricardo Miranda
 in stock $14.24
Alben
Primal Forms
Cat: CR 012. Rel: 05 Aug 20
  1. Primal Forms (17:22)
  2. Primal Drones (10:31)
  3. Ruined Future (15:14)
Review: We welcome back extreme noise terror Cosmo Rhythmatic, the experimental offshoot from the Berlin-based Italians at Repitch. British luminary Shackleton is no stranger to the imprint, having appeared previously as as part of the trio Tunes Of Negation, but his latest offering entitled 'Primal Forms' sees him team up with Polish jazz clarinetist and co-curator of Tak Picture - Waclaw Zimpel. From droney exoticism morphing into hypnotic chiptune music on the 17 minute long title track, or the experimental folk of "Primal Drones" to the unholy, yet, not altogether unpleasant hybrid of bass, free jazz and classical minimalism on the final cut "Ruined Future".
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Gespielt von: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $21.10
Tuesday 4 August 2020
Singles
Saga 31
Saga 31 (12")
Cat: SSL-010.2. Rel: 04 Aug 20
  1. Mode Fenyl (6:28)
  2. Fishing Chair (6:27)
  3. Low Money (6:26)
  4. Mr Prawn (6:32)
Review: This new release on seekers sublabel Twig welcomes an emergent producer to the fold. Trippsy has had a couple of outings previously on Hypnohouse and High-Jack, but this 12" marks their first fully-fledged outing, whoever they may be. There's an old-skool '90s techno flavour to these productions, favouring bold analogue shapes with an acidic lick and classic drum machine hits. "Mode Fenyl" has a slightly trancey edge to it, while "Fishing Chair" takes things a little more intricate and detailed without losing the rawness of the production style. "Low Money" plots a slightly altered course into spooky deep house terrain before the needlework beat programming comes back into play in the second half of the track, and then "Mr Prawn" finishes up on an eerie slab of electro that excels in capturing a vintage vibe.
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Krmache EP
Krmache EP (12")
Cat: PHI 007. Rel: 04 Aug 20
  1. Tzena - "As The Dusk Settles" (7:18)
  2. Vid Vai - "Syn20" (6:45)
  3. Tzena - "Remixnotremix" (7:48)
  4. Vid Vai - "Exciter" (6:09)
Review: Since debuting in 2016, Slovenia's PHI crew has delivered sporadic slabs of wax, with each occasional EP joining the dots between techno, acid, electro and IDM. This 12" narks the label's return to vinyl after a 15-month absence and boasts two tracks apiece from label regular Vid Vai and Luckison collective member Tzena. The latter kicks things off with "As The Dust Settles", a chiming and cheery chunk of funk-fuelled electro/IDM fusion, before returning to open side B with the crunchy sci-fi techno vibes of "Remixnotremix". Vid Vai's contributions are naturally impressive, too. "Syn20" joins the dots between Bleep & Bass and deep electro, while "Exciter" a rugged chunk of organ-sporting breakbeat/techno fusion.
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Alben
Jeidem Fall (reissue)
Jeidem Fall (reissue) (white vinyl LP + MP3 download code limited to 300 copies)
Cat: KALK LP66. Rel: 04 Aug 20
  1. Geo Scan (7:19)
  2. Jeidem Fall (4:59)
  3. Sa Eline (6:13)
  4. Sussing (6:14)
  5. Barka (7:59)
  6. Conpearl Walker (5:02)
Review: Toulouse Low Trax has always skirted on the fringes of wider recognition compared to some of his Salon Des Amateurs counterparts (think Lena Wilikens, Wolf Muller and Vladimir Ivkovic), but his legacy to date plots a fascinating course through underground and experimental electronic music with a kosmische bent. This 2012 album on Karaoke Kalk has been highly prized since its initial run first sold out, and it's great to see it being made available again as more people get hip to the incredible body of work behind this maverick auteur. The mood across Jeidem Fall is consistently moody and provocative, capturing the essence of Muslimgauze but replacing the explicit ethnic motifs with a murky abstraction of the Fourth World aesthetic, all tumbling percussion and un-placeable instrumental motifs.
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Monday 3 August 2020
Singles
Correciones Calypso Vol 3
Correciones Calypso Vol 3 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CC 003. Rel: 03 Aug 20
  1. Thomass Jackson - "Maquina De Bongo" (6:51)
  2. Thomass Jackson - "Lavora!" (6:07)
  3. Plot Pilot - "Babylon" (6:22)
  4. Plot Pilot - "Move To The Nida Beach" (5:48)
Review: The third drop in the Correcciones Calypso series finds the Mexican label turning to regular fixture Thomass Jackson for the A side, where he brings some heavyweight crossover pelters for the ever-broadening tastes of the dancefloor. "Maquina De Bongo" is a fierce percussive throwdown with a chuggy cosmic disco sound that drives crowds into a frenzy, while "Lavora!" follows on a similar tip albeit with a slightly punchier EBM undercurrent. On the flip, Plot Pilot has an equally adventurous sound that draws on freaky synth flourishes and Eastern motifs for a pan-continental trip on a seductively dark tip. "Move To The Nida Beach" slows things down to an insanely catchy, chant-along synth pop pulse.



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Alben
Time Out Of Mind
Cat: CR 004. Rel: 03 Aug 20
  1. Still (6:30)
  2. Pass My Way (7:11)
  3. Misty Blue (7:27)
  4. Revertigo (4:30)
  5. Mr Bang (9:04)
  6. Empty Battery (5:09)
  7. Gran (10:33)
  8. Suspended (4:41)
  9. New Day (7:34)
  10. Me vs Me (6:11)
  11. Cross My Mind (14:05)
Review: Dana Ruh's third album, a vinyl-only affair stretched across three slabs of wax, is undoubtedly her most expansive and ambitious set to date. Yet while musically eclectic - compare and contrast the spaced-out ambient style minimalist electronica of "Revertigo", the jazz-flecked tech-house hypnotism of "Mr Bang", the bustling breakbeat sweetness of "Gran" and 15-minute fusion of two-step and St Germain style jazz-tronica warmth of fine closing cut "Cross My Mind" - the whole thing hangs together impressively thanks to the German producer's extensive use of dreamy pads, glassy-eyed instrumentation, and the kind of yearning melodies that were once the preserve of turn-of-the-'90s Italian deep house producers. It's a smart and addictive combination that makes for hugely enjoyable listening.
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Gespielt von: Anna Wall
 in stock $34.80
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