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Love (CD single)
Cat: TUMCDR 5. Rel: 15 Jun 07
  1. Nyacid
  2. Coolio
  3. S1 Part
  4. Hardelectro
  5. Why?
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Cat: BIO 23CD. Rel: 21 Jun 18
  1. The Fires Of Ork I
  2. Gebirge
  3. Talk To The Stars
  4. The Facts Of Life
  5. The Fires Of Ork II
  6. In Heaven
  7. When The Night Was Black
  8. Sky Lounge
  9. A Way To Focus The Mind
  10. Nouvelles Machines
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Alben
Cat: ATONCD 06. Rel: 10 Dec 18
  1. Silver Shinhook
  2. Astra Naut-E
  3. Wand Star
  4. Convex
  5. I Think I Think Too Much
  6. JDC
  7. To Be Surreal
  8. Big Field
Review: Two years ago Ostgut Ton launched their ambient-leaning A-Ton imprint with "Chronicles", a fine trawl through the archives of Luke Slater's ambient techno project 7th Plain. This is the second part of a trilogy (the third and final instalment is also out now) and, like its predecessor, gathers together tracks released on General Productions between 1993 and 1995, and previously unheard material. It's as evocative, atmospheric and on-point as that previous volume, sashaying between more dancefloor-leaning fare (see the deliciously dreamy but percussively heavy "Astra Naut-E" and the Motor City flex of "JDC"), genuinely beat-free soundscapes (the Pete Namlook style bliss of "I Think I Think Too Much" and "Big Field") and cuts that shuffle further towards "Artificial Intelligence" style IDM.
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Cat: ATONCD 01. Rel: 10 Aug 16
  1. Boundaries
  2. Extra (The 7th Plain remix)
  3. Grace
  4. Surface Bound
  5. The Super 8
  6. T Funk States
  7. Slip 7 Sideways
  8. Chords Are Dirty
Review: A-Ton is a new label from Berlin heavyweights Ostgut Ton, designed to focus on "ambient, archive and alternative music". They've pulled off something of a coup for this debut release, persuading British techno legend Luke Slater to open up the archives of his '90s intelligent techno project, The 7th Plain. Chronicles I boasts a mixture of previously released and unheard material, which moves from glistening, outer-space ambience (the near perfect "Boundaries", "Grace"), to fizzing Motor City techno ("T-Funk Statues"), via intergalactic intelligent techno, dusty downtempo grooves (the jazzy hip-hop rhythms and ambient electronics of "Slip 7 Sideways"), and melodious IDM.
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Cat: ATONCD 07. Rel: 10 Dec 18
  1. Time Melts
  2. Reality Of Space
  3. Excalibur's Radar
  4. Millentum
  5. Lost
  6. Think City
  7. Shades Amaze
  8. Seeing Sense
Review: Ostgut Ton A-Ton completes their trilogy of compilations charting the early-to-mid-'90s ambient techno work of British producer Luke Slater under the 7th Plain alias. As with its predecessors, the eight included tracks offer a mixture of previously released fare from the project's heyday and music that's sat on dusty DAT tapes for well over two decades. Highlights come thick and fast, from the sun-bright sci-fi melodies, sustained ambient chords and bubbly acid lines of "Time Melts" and the Black Dog-ish shuffle of "Reality of Space", to the booming, club-ready "Lost", drowsy IDM cut "Think City" and the intergalactic, stretched-out bliss of brilliant closing cut "Seeing Sense".
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Cat: BOBSTATE 002CD. Rel: 08 Oct 19
  1. Tokyo Tokyo
  2. Skylon
  3. Cannonball Waltz
  4. The Ludwig Question
  5. Huronic
  6. Landau
  7. Westland
  8. Trinity
  9. Ujala
  10. Carbonade
  11. Pulcenta
  12. Angol Argol
  13. Bushy Bushy
  14. 13 13
  15. Crab Claw
Review: Mancunian legends Graham Massey and Andy Barker reunite for the first 808 State album in 17 years. They recorded the new opus "Transmission Suite" in the Granada studios (where they once performed live on television 30 years ago) and looked to their hometown's club scene as their main source of influence - along with the timeless aesthetic of Detroit which has always influenced their style. Across this collection of "sonic landscapes" (as described by Massey) you'll hear the booming acid electro of first single "Tokyo Tokyo" and "The Ludwig Question", through to off-kilter jams like "Westland", futurist house grooves of "Ujala" and a modern reboot of classic "Angol Argol".
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Cat: CRAM 272 (B-STOCK). Rel: 05 Oct 16
  1. Buzq Blues (4:14)
  2. La Hafla (feat Sofiane Saidi) (4:05)
  3. Medahat (4:30)
  4. Le Disco (feat Rizan Said) (4:29)
  5. Gul L'abi (feat A-Wa) (4:12)
  6. Stil (feat Cem Yildiz) (7:02)
  7. A3ssifa (feat Rizan Said) (3:00)
  8. Houria (feat Rachid Taha) (4:20)
  9. Sayarat 303 (5:17)
  10. Tamuzica (feat Jawad El Garrouge) (7:25)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Box damaged, product unused & in perfect condition***

- Creasing/small tear to corner of sleeve

Having previously been responsible for a number of themed compilations for Versatile Records, the Acid Arab crew has finally got round to delivering its' first album of original productions. Naturally, it continues their theme of blending North African and Middle Eastern sounds - be it vocals or instruments - with drum machine rhythms and vintage synthesizer sounds. This, though, is where the similarities to their previous work end. While there are a few house-influenced cuts dotted throughout (see the brilliant "Sayarat 303"), for the most part Musique De France veers further towards off-kilter electronic pop. Along the way, they doff a collective cap to new wave, punk-funk, and hazy indie-pop. While it may lack the crackling energy of their more dancefloor-minded productions, it's still a hugely enjoyable set.
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Cat: CRAM 272. Rel: 05 Oct 16
  1. Buzq Blues
  2. La Hafla (feat Sofiane Saidi)
  3. Medahat
  4. Le Disco (feat Rizan Said)
  5. Gul L'abi (feat A-Wa)
  6. Stil (feat Cem Yildiz)
  7. A3ssifa (feat Rizan Said)
  8. Houria (feat Rachid Taha)
  9. Sayarat 303
  10. Tamuzica (feat Jawad El Garrouge)
Review: Having previously been responsible for a number of themed compilations for Versatile Records, the Acid Arab crew has finally got round to delivering its' first album of original productions. Naturally, it continues their theme of blending North African and Middle Eastern sounds - be it vocals or instruments - with drum machine rhythms and vintage synthesizer sounds. This, though, is where the similarities to their previous work end. While there are a few house-influenced cuts dotted throughout (see the brilliant "Sayarat 303"), for the most part Musique De France veers further towards off-kilter electronic pop. Along the way, they doff a collective cap to new wave, punk-funk, and hazy indie-pop. While it may lack the crackling energy of their more dancefloor-minded productions, it's still a hugely enjoyable set.
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Cat: HJRCD 60 (B-STOCK). Rel: 23 Apr 12
  1. RIP (1:16)
  2. Ascending (2:00)
  3. Holy Water (1:39)
  4. Marble Plexus (2:00)
  5. Uriel's Black Harp (2:00)
  6. Jardin (2:00)
  7. Serpent (2:00)
  8. Shadow From Tartarus (2:00)
  9. Tree Of Knowledge (2:00)
  10. Raven (2:00)
  11. Glint (0:37)
  12. Caves Of Paradise (2:00)
  13. The Lord's Graffiti (2:00)
  14. IWAAD (2:00)
  15. NEW (2:00)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Box damaged, product unused & in perfect condition***

- Creasing to corner of sleeve

"It's like painting with button and sliders... Melting and dripping, seeping yourself liquid into the machinery." So said Darren Cunningham when discussing the creation of R.I.P, his long awaited follow up to Splazsh. It's a compelling image that works in practice too. R.I.P creates microcosmic sound worlds within each track: "Holy Water" for instance tumbles in on itself in a melange of shimmering sine wave droplets, while the pitch shifted waves of "Tree Of Knowledge" seem to inhale and exhale like a living being, crumpling inwards on itself to repeat the same motion ad infinitum. And although it uses much the same, occasionally abrasive sonic building blocks as Cunningham's been developing for many years, the pastoral tones of "Uriel's Black Harp" and the Alva Noto styles of "Jardin" make R.I.P a surprisingly graceful album. It may not be techno as many will know it, but Cunningham has never made techno in the traditional sense anyway - and it's clear on listening to R.I.P that he's only just beginning to realise the musical forms that have been swarming inside his brain for years.
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  1. The Tropical Year
  2. Raindance
  3. Storm Tree
  4. Dissolving Images
  5. Dust/Mist (feat Simon Crab)
  6. Casting The Runes
  7. Hors De Combat
  8. Invisible Seekers (feat Shawn O' Sullivan)
  9. Crow
  10. Things About To Disappear
  11. Make Words Split & Crack
Review: Three years have passed since Alessandro Adriani impressed with his debut album, an industrial, EBM, techno and neo-trance inspired set that marked the Berlin-based Italian as a producer on the rise. "Morphic Dreams", his belated sequel, may explore some of the same influences, but Adriani's vision seems far more widescreen. Check, for example, the decaying urban ambience of "Casting The Runes", the buzzing and bubbling synth-wave throb of "Raindance", the tactile slo-mo bliss of Simon Crab collab "Dust/Mist" and the grandiose, rising intensity of dystopian soundscape "Crow". There are, of course, a number of muscular, EBM-influenced club cuts, with the Nitzer Ebb-esque "Dissolving Images" and fizzing "Storm Tree" standing out.
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Cat: SKALD 035. Rel: 19 Sep 19
  1. Day Tuner
  2. And!
  3. Guess What
  4. Work It
  5. Now What
  6. Start Again (part 4)
  7. Blanket Ban
  8. Filandank
  9. Wtfwtfwtf
  10. You Heard Me The First Time
  11. The Middle Middle
  12. Hiaea
  13. OD
  14. The Beginning
Review: Barely six weeks after dropping her debut single on River Rapid, Henrietta Smith-Rolla pops up on Skam with a surprise debut album. As first full length excursions go, "Break Before Make" is undeniably impressive. Beginning with the spooky, minor key electronics and angular IDM rhythms of "Day Turner", the 14 track set sees Smith-Rolla successfully turn her hand to bittersweet synth-wave ("And!"), dystopian pitched-down electronica ("Guess What"), spacey electro ("Work It", "Wtfwtfwtf"), clandestine electronic soundscapes (the panicked shuffle of "Blanket Ban") and grandiose sci-fi soundtrack fare ("The Middle Middle"). Throughout, the Manchester-based producer consistently delivers otherworldly musical melancholia with a panache not associated with a producer of her relative inexperience.
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Gespielt von: MUSAR Recordings
 in stock $11.86
Unieqav (CD)
Cat: N 045. Rel: 14 Mar 18
  1. Uni Sub
  2. Uni Mia
  3. Uni Version
  4. Uni Clip
  5. Uni Normal
  6. Uni Mic A
  7. Uni Blue
  8. Uni Mic B
  9. Uni Dna (feat Anne-James Chaton)
  10. Uni Edit
  11. Uni Tra
  12. Uni Chord
Review: Back in 2008, noted experimentalist Alva Noto began a sporadic series of albums that were far more focused on dancefloor-inspired rhythms than his usual eccentric and inspiring fare. Unieqav is the third and, we're told, final part of the series. The album is apparently meant to be a sonic representation of an underwater dive, a conceptual theme which manifests itself through the storied producer's use of deep and atmospheric chords, fluid and occasionally glistening electronics, and rhythms that evoke images of ever-deeper dives into the dark, cold depths. Rhytmically, there are nods to electro, IDM, dub techno and Autechre, though the mood remains laidback and intoxicated throughout.
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Gens (CD)
Cat: OSTGUTCD 42. Rel: 07 Mar 18
  1. Gens
  2. Sphera
  3. Ab Intus
  4. Sensa
  5. Knbn2
  6. Orarum
  7. Mora
  8. Cicadae
  9. Res
  10. Audax
  11. Tu
  12. An Unattainable Distance
Review: Berghain resident Patrick Graeser returns as part of the Ostgut Ton family, with his second full length opus. Much like his 2014 debut Code, Graeser has honed a hybrid musical approach that stands out in a world of uniform 4/4 techno - as heard over the years on MDR, Music Man and of course his own Answer Code Request imprint. Gens is a diverse yet cohesive affair, between the more straight-ahead tracks like "Knbn2", "Cicadae" or the particularly seething "Sphera" (which are breakbeat driven, bass-heavy and UK inspired), there are some mentalist IDM journeys ("Ab Intus/Audax") and even breathtaking ambient moments like "Orarum" and "Mora". Brilliant stuff.
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Rising (CD)
Cat: TOKEN 88CD. Rel: 19 Nov 18
  1. Rising
  2. Sands Of Time
  3. Perchance To Dream
  4. Lost & Found
  5. Out There
  6. Duality Of Mind
  7. It Follows
  8. Infinite Limit
  9. Dume
  10. Irreversible
  11. Love Field
Review: Despite becoming a serious force in the contemporary techno scene over the last seven years, Antonin Jeanson has never released an album. He's made plenty of killer 12" singles, but for one reason or another has never applied his trademark style to the long-playing format. It's perhaps a surprise then, that his debut album, "Rising", is a near perfect example of a modern techno album. There are quite a few atmospheric and ear-catching dancefloor workouts - see the bustling beats and creepy electronics of "Perchance To Dream", the dark throb of "Duality of Mind" and the slamming psych-techno of "It Follows" - but also more considered, left-of-centre trips into IDM, ambient techno and otherworldly ambient territory. It's these diversions that make the album such an entertaining and rewarding listen.
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Gespielt von: Sanderson Dear
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Transport (CD)
Cat: TRESOR 285CD. Rel: 27 Apr 16
  1. Transport
  2. Lightyears
  3. Odyssey
  4. Riod
  5. Merkur
  6. 2600
  7. Zeolites
Review: To coincide with the twenty-fifth anniversary of Berlin club Tresor, Juan Atkins and Moritz Von Oswald have released a second Borderland album together. It begins in ominous mode, with the title track's brooding bass tones casting a long, dark shadow, but the pair soon find a way to break away from the gloom with the mesmerising chords and heavy rhythm of "Lightyears" and the wonderfully spacey Detroit techno of "Riod". Both "Odyssey" and "Merkur" push the tempo back down but keep an emphasis on hypnotic, woozy textures, snappy drums and jazzy tones, while "2600" shows that Van Oswald hasn't lost his ability to craft dub-heavy, dreamy techno.
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Walzerzyklus (CD + insert)
Cat: RM 176 2. Rel: 09 Feb 18
  1. Leitmotif I
  2. Transhuman Melody
  3. Be Bop A Lula
  4. Leitmotif II
  5. Maschinenwalzer
  6. Alliiertenwalzer
  7. Leitmotif III
Review: Over the last four decades, we've come accustomed to veteran electronic experimentalist Uwe Schmidt surprising us with each successive album. Even so, we were still pleasantly surprised by his latest Atom TM release, whose title - Walzeryklus ("Waltz Cycle") - offers a hint to his latest inspiration. Recorded with angel-voiced singer Lisokot, the album is entirely made up of tracks recorded in the 3/4 time signature of classic waltz. Naturally, these waltzes are unlike anything you'll have heard before, variously taking in neo-classical inspired ambient, eccentric left-of-centre synth-pop, bubbly electronica, fizzing Rephlex style "Braindance" and even a gtouch of wonky, mind-altering techno.
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Dual Aura (CD)
Cat: SV 28. Rel: 12 Mar 19
  1. Structural Lines
  2. Structural Lines (Ambience)
  3. Textural Dub
  4. Modern Nature
  5. Modern Nature (Ambience)
  6. Dual Aura Dub
 in stock $16.73
Utility (CD)
Cat: OSTGUTCD 46. Rel: 02 Sep 19
  1. Paradise Engineering
  2. Posmean
  3. Experience Of Machines
  4. Gradients Of Bliss
  5. Hedonic Treadmill
  6. Models Of Wellbeing
  7. Utility
  8. Wireheading
  9. Die-Hards Of The Darwinian Order
Review: Alongside regular studio partner Andreas Baumecker, Sam Barker has released a swathe of admired singles and a couple of on-point albums on Ostgut Ton. Here he returns to the much-loved German imprint with his most significant solo release to date: a debut album of drowsy, sun-baked electronic positivity that expertly melds elements of hazy ambient, dub techno, off-kilter electronica and the classic kosmiche synthesizer soundscapes associated with Tangerine Dream. It's a lot less dancefloor-focused than much of his previous material, but that's not a criticism: indeed, the fact that it's warm, opaque and prioritizes fuzzy, slowly shifting musical movements is the album's greatest strength.
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  1. Intro
  2. State Of Emergency
  3. Maybe 1 Day (feat Tony Coates)
  4. Child's Play (Lil Strick mix)
  5. Fear No Fear (feat Don Q)
  6. A Soldier's Story
  7. War Dance
  8. Under Tone
  9. Bar Room Brawl
  10. What Up Doe (Omar S remix)
  11. Yllabian Dogfight
  12. 100% Hustler
  13. Buckle Up
  14. Final Hour
 in stock $1.07
Cat: BIO 003CD. Rel: 02 Jul 15
  1. Microgravity
  2. Baby Satellite
  3. Tranquilizer
  4. The Fairy Tale
  5. Cloudwalker II
  6. Chromosphere
  7. Cygnus-A
  8. Baby Interphase
  9. Biosphere II
  10. Search
  11. Avenue 2.3
  12. Clovis
  13. Coulee
  14. Ectozone
  15. Dewy Fields
  16. Eternal
Review: Geir Jensson's debut album under the now familiar Biosphere alias, Microgravity, has long been considered something of a classic of the early '90s ambient boom. First released in 1991, it offered an icy but suitably atmospheric mix of chilly ambience, British-style "intelligent techno" and crystalline IDM. To celebrate 25 years since it was recorded (it was released a year later, in 1991), Geir Jensson has re-mastered it and, with the help of a successful crowd-funding campaign, pressed it onto a double CD minus the cross-fades and sound effects featured on the original pressing. Happily, Microgravity has lost none of its' allure, and the superb re-mastering ensures
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Patashnik (2xCD)
Cat: BIO4 CD2. Rel: 09 Jun 16
  1. Phantasm
  2. Startoucher
  3. Decryption
  4. Novelty Waves
  5. Patashnik
  6. Mir
  7. The Shield
  8. SETI Project
  9. Mestigoth
  10. Botanical Dimensions
  11. Caboose
  12. En-trance
  13. The Third Planet
  14. Novelty Waves
  15. Patashnik
  16. The Shield
  17. SETI Project
  18. Juno
  19. Cloud X-4
  20. Modulation Of Static
  21. A Circular Path
  22. The Lightone
  23. North American Sequence
  24. The Seal & The Hydrophone
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Cat: DUSTCD 054. Rel: 23 May 18
  1. Cognitive Dissonance
  2. Solipsism
  3. MK Future
  4. Nothing Ever Changes
  5. The Truth Is In The Post
  6. Seance Of Entitlement
  7. FWB
  8. Anticipation Occupation
  9. Timmy O & Gem P
  10. The Patti Smith Disaster
  11. Our Kes
  12. Technological Utopians
Review: While Black Dog founder Ken Downie has rarely been one to talk candidly in the press, his current studio partners, Martin and Richard Dust, have been known to deliver angry missives on a variety of topics. It's perhaps unsurprising, then, that the trio's latest album- their first for nearly three years - appears to have been inspired by the current state of politics and the media. Full of knowing track titles, melancholic refrains, frustrated rhythms, dystopian soundscapes and angry motifs, the album's thought-provoking intent is rather overshadowed by the quality of the music on offer. You'll find bustling electro, end-of-days ambient, rushing cinematic techno, IDM and the kind of hard-to-pigeonhole fare that inspired then NME journalist Mixmaster Morris to come up with the now familiar "intelligent techno" tag.
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Cat: BMBCD 02. Rel: 29 Jan 19
  1. Fire In The Still Air
Review: Surgeon and Regis have been collaborating as British Murder Boys for decades, though in recent times it's tended to take the form of occasional live performances. Like their previous album, 2014's "Live In Tokyo", "Fire In The Still Air" is a non-stop recording of a live performance - in this case one that formed part of Berlin's Atonal Festival last August. It's a thrilling and largely breathless excursion; a non-stop, 51-minute ride in which Surgeon handles beats and electronics, and Regis processed sounds and growling, gravel-voiced vocals. The duo's techno credentials shine through, of course, but it's their industrial and EBM inspirations that come to the fore throughout. For much of the set, they come across like an updated, techno-propelled re-incarnation of early '80s Cabaret Voltaire, and that's not a bad thing at all.
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Cat: HESCD 004. Rel: 25 Oct 18
  1. Elo
  2. Cacao
  3. Ore
  4. Meek
  5. Torn
  6. What
  7. Baychimo
  8. Patience St Pim
  9. It'll Pass
  10. Aeon
  11. Serotonin Levels Low
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Suzi Ecto (CD)
Cat: HTH 029CD. Rel: 12 Sep 14
  1. Snipe
  2. Dovetail
  3. Sulu Sekou
  4. Hoax Eye
  5. Raindance
  6. Fold Again At Last
  7. SE
  8. Rosso Dew
  9. Coney Sweat Drain
  10. Okko Ink
  11. Acephale I
Review: As the Houndstooth roster becomes increasingly diversified with age, so Call Super remains the label's brightest star. Responsible for inaugurating the Fabric-housed operation, J R Seaton has subsequently gone on to deliver some of their best 12" offerings and the time feels right for the Berlin-based producer to show his hand at full length albums. In contrast to the techno-focused approach of his Call Super 12"s, Suzi Ecto finds Seaton expanding on his palette with 11 tracks that veer wonderfully between moments of electronic poignancy and more thrusting fare. Spend some time with Suzi Ecto and you'll find it to be one of this year's most rewarding listens with new favourites emerging with each cycle - "Raindance" is the current fave here at Juno HQ.
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CALL SUPER/VARIOUS
Fabric 92 (mixed CD)
Cat: FABRIC 183. Rel: 17 Feb 17
  1. Beatrice Dillon & Rupert Clervaux - "The Same River Twice"
  2. M:I:5 - "Masstab 1:5/11"
  3. Jan Jelinek - "Tendency"
  4. Dresvn - "Untitled B1"
  5. Objekt - "The Stitch-Up"
  6. Two Full Minds - "No Smoke"
  7. Photek - "T'Raenon"
  8. Don't DJ - "Pornoire"
  9. Flanger - "Spinner"
  10. Carl Craig - "A Wonderful Life" (Epic mix)
  11. Call Super - "Acephale I"
  12. Call Super - "Acephale II"
  13. Marco Bernardi - "Demonia"
  14. Jega - "ZX82"
  15. Shanti Celeste - "Strung Up"
  16. Bitstream - "Incubator"
  17. Bruce - "Sweat"
  18. Convextion - "Niche"
  19. Karen Gwyer - "Hippie Fracca"
  20. Thomas Ankersmit & Valerio Tricoli - "Plague #7"
  21. Walter Brown - "Keep On Walkin'"
  22. Yves Tumor - "The Feeling When You Walk Away"
  23. Max Loderbauer - "Giant Hug"
  24. Speng Bond - "Cutbacks"
Review: Soon, Fabric's impeccable mix series will reach its 100th installment - an impressive achievement in anyone's book. This 92nd volume comes from rising star Call Super, who joins the dots between all manner of tasty house and techno treats - some left-of-centre and quirky, others simply wonky and picturesque - over the course of 80 hugely entertaining minutes. According to the producer, it's designed for the break of dawn, rather than peak-time, a fact reflected in the presence of dreamy, loose, fuzzy and melodious tracks from the likes of Carl Craig, Speng Bond, Max Loderbauer, Shanti Celeste and Dresvn.
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A Seed (CD)
Cat: CARDAMOHMCD 01. Rel: 20 Jun 17
  1. A Seed
  2. Take-off
  3. La Embarcacion
  4. Gipsy Train
  5. Tazmania
  6. Spice Invaders
  7. Falling
  8. Lost Waves (feat Johnfaustus)
  9. La Embarcacion (Johnfaustus remix)
  10. A Seed (4bstr4ck3r remix)
  11. Tazmania (Via' On remix)
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Cat: 127 DSRCD. Rel: 30 Nov 17
  1. Sunshine
  2. Eye Spy
  3. Mr Stewart
  4. Guardian Angel
  5. Ageless Eyes
  6. Portrait
  7. Pantomime
  8. Through The Cosmos
  9. Kozyrev's Mirror
  10. Another Life
  11. Amino Acid
  12. Slither - The Way Home
  13. Bite The Hand
Review: For those who follow the work of British IDM legend Claro Intelecto, the last few years have been frustrating, to say the least. It's been five years since his last album, and three since he released a 12" single. Exhilarator, his fifth full-length, is certainly well over-due. Predictably, it is also rather good. As usual, it offers a superb balance of dark and intoxicating electro, tuneful intelligent techno, bubbly IDM, glitchy post-ambient soundscapes, deep and bass-heavy techno shufflers and clanking, off kilter experimentation from the Autechre school of electronica. It's atmospheric, impeccably produced and stuffed full of highlights. In other words, it's another great Claro Intelecto album.
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Cat: ECHOSPACE 3139. Rel: 01 Aug 18
  1. Current I Divergent
  2. Current II Convergent
  3. Current III Transform
  4. Variant's Conduction
Review: When it comes to immersive listening experiences built on cutting-edge sound design, few can match the continued brilliance of Echospace duo Rod Modell and Stephen Hitchell. For proof, check the pair's latest offering under the alternative CV313 alias. Built around a suite of three drawn-out soundscapes, Analogue Oceans sees them mimicking the ebb and flow of oceanic tides by smothering gentle dub techno rhythms in lapping waves and soft-focus, spacey electronics. On disc two, Hitchell goes solo to present his own, hour-long interpretation under the Variant guise, heading into the pitch-black depths via watery effects, clandestine aural textures and suitably horizontal ambient dub rhythms.
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 in stock $28.05
Cat: ZENCD 250. Rel: 05 Oct 18
  1. Your Biggest Fan
  2. Work It
  3. The Psychologist
  4. Lara
  5. Day Dreaming
  6. The Tunnel
  7. Workaholic Paranoid Bitch
  8. So Right
  9. Burn Me
  10. La Chambre Interieure
Review: Earlier in the year, modern minimal wave and coldwave hero Marie Davidson signed a high-profile deal with Ninja Tune. Here, she makes good on that contract, following a couple of killer singles with what could be her strongest album to date. After setting the tone with clandestine, tongue-in-cheek opener "Your Biggest Fan" - a creepy spoken word cut taking aim at stalker-line fans to the accompaniment of heavy analogue synth bass and creepy computer bleeps - Davidson giddily flits between elastic dancefloor workouts (the brilliantly sleazy "Work It" and mind-altering "Workaholic Paranoid Bitch"), attractive post-EBM instrumentals (the psychedelic and fizzing "Lara"), meditative ambient melodiousness ("Day Dreaming"), bizarre experimental weirdness (the suitable dystopian "The Tunnel"), and stylish analogue pop (the whispered vocals and off-kilter early morning funk of "So Right").
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 in stock $10.65
Cat: JD 007. Rel: 22 Oct 18
  1. Fanga Riddim
  2. Deep Wine
  3. Resurrection
  4. N19 Sound Maschine
  5. Fanga Refix
  6. Resurrection Refix
 in stock $7.83
Cat: ECHSOAPCEARCCD 4. Rel: 22 Dec 17
  1. Octal 6 (part 9)
  2. Octal 5 (part 4)
  3. Octal 4 (part 3)
  4. Octal 6 (part 7)
  5. Octal 5 (part 5)
  6. Octal 5 (part 6)
  7. Octal 6 (part 8)
  8. Octal 4 (part 1)
  9. Octal 4 (part 2)
  10. Octal 6 (part 10)
  11. Octal 2 (mix 1 - bonus track)
  12. Octal 2 (mix 2 - bonus track)
 in stock $19.97
Cat: BLKRTZ 018CD. Rel: 01 May 18
  1. Martin
  2. Steve & Fatima
  3. Gudrun
  4. Argenis & Cristobal
  5. Chato & Avril
  6. Hebatallah & Bashar
  7. Thomas
  8. Me & Marco
  9. Momo & Yuzo
  10. Laetitia
  11. Mike & Judy
Review: Berlin-based Canadian Scott Monteith has released many albums over the course of a near two-decade career, though few are quite as focused and laden with meaning as Wax Poetic For This Our Great Resolve. At heart, it's a political record, with each track featuring spoken word pieces or poetry written and delivered (in a variety of languages) by one of Monteith's music pals. Whether his collaborators are musing on the nature of democracy or telling a political parable, their words subtly rise above a sequence of brilliant backing tracks that variously touch on dub techno, melodic deep house/techno fusion, basement bothering post-dancehall riddims, hypnotic organic/electronic fusion and hazy, early morning ambient. As a result, this could well be the most varied and enjoyable Deadbeat album yet.
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 in stock $13.49
Expanding (CD)
Cat: SV 22. Rel: 19 Jun 18
  1. Epiphany
  2. Pulsar
  3. Birth Of LFE
  4. The Sun Of Saturn
  5. World Receiver
  6. Movement
  7. Expanding
  8. Radition
  9. Transmissions
  10. First Light
 in stock $13.22
Auratones (CD)
Cat: SOMACD 117. Rel: 20 Oct 17
  1. Fog Hotel
  2. Moving Lights
  3. Wind In Trees
  4. Lagonda
  5. Varanasi
  6. Portofino
  7. Point Reyes
  8. Underwater Galaxies
  9. Roca 9
  10. Azure
  11. Devil Ray
  12. Signals
Review: As usual, prolific dub techno producer Rod Modell has spent much of the last year collaborating with long-term studio buddy Stephen Hitchell under the Echospace alias. Even so, he's still somehow found time to ready another solo album for Soma (his fifth in total for the esteemed Glasgow imprint). This CD version is presented as a continuous audio journey, with tracks seamlessly segueing into each other to create a hazy and hypnotic sound soup. As you'd expect, it's a hugely atmospheric and attractive affair that dozily drifts between meditative ambience and texture-laden dub techno. Pleasingly, much of the material is more melodious and positive in feel than some of Modell's work, which can often tend towards the dense and claustrophobic.
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 in stock $8.45
Inertia: Resisting Routine (mixed CD + free MP3 download code)
Cat: INERTIACD 1. Rel: 21 Mar 12
  1. Sascha Rydell - "Rainy Days"
  2. Sawlin - "Excipidial"
  3. Ozka - "Square Beauty"
  4. Cosmin TRG - "Plaisir Interdit"
  5. Skudge - "Pollution"
  6. Marcelus - "24/7"
  7. Peter Van Hoesen - "Last One At 1080"
  8. Conforce - "When It Appeared"
  9. Lucy - "Wytonia"
  10. Sigha - "Finding Myself"
  11. Redshape - "Static"
  12. Area Forty_One - "CNTCT"
  13. Roman Lindau - "Borne"
  14. Mike Dehnert - "Pneumatic"
  15. Milton Bradley - "Sequence #1"
  16. Delta Funktionen - "Torpor"
Review: The people who got to know Niels 'Delta Funktionen' Luinenberg through his ponderous Electromagnetic Radiation release or the adeptly programmed warm-up sets posted online may be surprised by the approach on Inertia. However, its direction could hardly be described as unexpected. The second volume of Electromagnetic Radiation and the grimy warehouse techno of Silhouette make perfectly clear that the Dutch DJ/producer likes to play it hard as well as deep. In that regard, Niels is not alone, and this mix, which consists solely of exclusive material, shows that a whole new wave of European techno producers is on the same wavelength. The mixture of the musical and forceful is audible from the outset, with textured chords unfolding over an angular rhythm on Sascha Rydell's "Rainy Days", a few tracks later as Cosmin TRG does his best mid to late 90s Ian Pooley techno impersonation over a rolling, warm bass and midway through on Peter Van Hoesen's "Last One at 1080", where evocative but eerie pads build to the backdrop of a prowling groove. It's a stunning finish to a mix that effortlessly balances the hard and the soulful.
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Fabric 77 (mixed CD)
Cat: FABRIC 153. Rel: 15 Aug 14
  1. Ryan James Ford - "Arthure Iccon"
  2. The Persuader - "Sun Position"
  3. Terence Fixmer - "Inside Of Me"
  4. Marcel Dettmann - "Apron" (PAS The Rhythm remix)
  5. Answer Code Request - "Transit 0.2"
  6. Dario Zenker - "Nearlin"
  7. Monobox - "Film"
  8. FBK - "It’s Not The Point"
  9. Marcel Dettmann - "Radar" (Byetone remix)
  10. Rod - "RSPCT"
  11. Paperclip People - "Country Boy Goes Dub" (Marcel Dettmann remix)
  12. Norman Nodge - "BB 1.0"
  13. Francois X - "Rising"
  14. Marcel Dettmann - "Lightworks" (Phase remix)
  15. Lockertmatik - "M Lock 4"
  16. Wincent Kunth - "Carlre"
  17. Joey Anderson - "Repulsive" (Marcel Dettmann edit)
  18. Marcelus - "Flash"
  19. Vril - "Torus XXXII"
Review: When it comes to DJing there aren't many names as trusted as Marcel Dettmann to provide the essential mix, be it in CD or podcast format. To date he's curated the second installment of Ostgut's in-house Berghain mix series and the Conducted mix for Belgian label Music Man. So it's about time Fabric invited the Berghain resident to participate in their own mix series, with this 77th edition providing a selection mostly based on unreleased MDR demo tracks that Dettmann's been utilising in his sets for years. The result is a good primer for what to expect from his label in the future, with Answer Code Request, Norman Nodge, Ilian Taper Dario Zenker and French producer Marcelus amongst the high-profile names contributing unreleased productions.
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DJ T 1000/VARIOUS
Cat: PURE 27CD. Rel: 08 Apr 14
  1. Bangin' Techno (part one)
  2. Deep Techno (part two)
  3. Electro (the finale)
 in stock $17.26
Cat: 3024 028CD. Rel: 08 Nov 16
  1. Eyes
  2. Evidence From A Good Source
  3. Striker
  4. It's You I See
  5. Faye's Slide
  6. Some People Think Television
  7. Grime For Dolly
  8. To All Family & Friends
  9. Feet Of Clay
  10. Transative
  11. Sweet Sanctuary
Gespielt von: James what, Hannah Holland
 in stock $16.73
Cat: SP 033CD. Rel: 27 Feb 14
  1. Aqua 1
  2. Aqua 2
  3. Aqua 3
  4. Aqua 4
  5. Aqua 5
  6. Aqua 6
  7. Aqua 7
  8. Aqua 8
Review: There should be more than a few techno fans getting rather excited right now. You see, Donato Dozzy and Nuel's Aquaplano Sessions is something of a "holy grail" for tribal-influenced minimal techno collectors. Originally released over two 12" singles on the short-lived Aquaplano label in 2008 and 2009, the material has long been held in high regard - so much so, in fact, that copies of the original vinyl pressings are extremely hard to find. This reissue from Spectrum Spools is great news for anyone who missed out first time round. While there are some immaculate deeper moments (see the becalmed dreaminess of "Aqua 8"), it's the robust, aggressive, bass-heavy and occasionally intense tracks that really stand out.
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 in stock $19.16
  1. Welcome To Drexciya
  2. Wavejumper
  3. Lardossen Funk
  4. Bubble Metropolis
  5. Hydro Theory
  6. Beyond The Abyss
  7. Unknown Journey 1
  8. Aquarazorda
  9. Rubick's Cube
  10. Sea Quake
  11. Take Your Mind
  12. Darthouven Fish Men
  13. Dehydration
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  1. Intro
  2. Hi-Tide
  3. Danger Bay
  4. Anti Vapour Waves
  5. Dead Man's Reef
  6. Aqua Jujidsu
  7. Davey Jones Locker
  8. Bang-Bang
  9. Unknown Journey II
  10. Positron Island
  11. Journey Home
  12. Neon Falls
  13. Unknown Journey III
Review: Last year's excellent Drexciya retrospective, Journey Of The Deep Sea Dweller, was rightly heralded as a must-buy for anyone with even the smallest interest in the history of underground dance music. This second volume offers more of the same, conclusively proving - though few would argue otherwise - that Drexciya remain one of the most forthright, intriguing and forward-thinking acts ever to emerge from Detroit. The material here largely centres around their own peculiar take on proper electro, from the liquid synths and bouncing grooves of "Anti Vapour Waves" and "Journey Home", to the excitable, steel-hard rhythms and naked funk of "Positron Island".
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 in stock $16.46
Cat: TRESOR 10181CD. Rel: 20 Oct 10
  1. Under Sea Disturbances
  2. Digital Tsunami
  3. Soul Of The Sea
  4. Song Of The Green Whale
  5. Dr Blowfins' Black Storm Stabilizing Spheres
  6. The Plankton Organization
  7. Mission To Ociya Syndor & Back
  8. Aquatic Cataclysm
  9. Lake Haze
  10. Birth Of New Life
Review: A big Juno bear hug goes to the folks from Tresor for releasing a string of sublime re-issues this year. The latest is Drexciya's seminal Harnessed The Storm long player, generally a much darker affair than Neptune's Lair, which itself was reissued earlier this year. It is hallmarked by longer, more exploratory tracks, full of sinister twists and turns. The stormy electro thunder of "Digital Tsunami" is perhaps the standout moment here, closely followed by the subterranean squelch of "Soul Of The Sea". "Dr Blowfins Black Storm Stabilizing Spheres" has an eerie crackle that predates the current vogue for dark atmospheric techno by nearly a decade, while the robotic key melody on "Song Of The Green Whale" marks it as the LP's most playful moment. Highly recommended for electro and techno purists alike.
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 in stock $4.97
DVS1/VARIOUS
Fabric 96 (mixed CD)
Cat: FABRIC 191. Rel: 08 Dec 17
  1. Unknown Artist - "For All Mankind"
  2. Gabriella Vergilov - "Boring Shit"
  3. Kirill Mamin - "Silent Prayer"
  4. Border One - "Curve"
  5. DOUBT - "Just Pain"
  6. DJ Surgeles - "Absorbed"
  7. Mike Storm - "From The Human Eye To Earth"
  8. Sirko Muller - "Our Blood"
  9. Steffi - "1E-4"
  10. Psyk - "Falling"
  11. Neel - "The Vancori Complex"
  12. Planetary Assault Systems - "Fathoms Deep"
  13. Oscar Mulero - "Drops"
  14. Jeff Mills - "Fly Guy"
  15. Maan - "Vert"
  16. Steve Bicknell - "Space 13"
  17. Dustin Zahn - "Politics Of Seduction"
  18. Mike Gervais - "Set Me Free"
  19. Adriana Lopez - "Last Path"
  20. Truncate - "Pseudo V2"
  21. ROD - "Duchi Kaal"
  22. Kirill Mamin - "Dunning-Kruger Effect"
  23. Mark Broom - "Drum Jamz 2"
  24. Henning Baer - "Code Buster"
  25. Lando - "Ceremony"
  26. Strain - "Theory"
  27. D-56m - "Question Authority"
  28. Anthony Rother - "Technic Electric"
  29. Jeff Mills - "The Dancer"
Review: Zak Khutoresky AKA DVS1 famously doesn't do many mixes. It's perhaps unsurprising, then, that he apparently initially struggled to know how to approach this contribution to Fabric's now legendary mix series. Really, he shouldn't have worried. The finished mix - completed using three turntables and a mixer - is something of a gem; an all-action techno assault on the senses with Khutoresky whipping through 29 tracks in less than 80 minutes. Impressively, every track is an unreleased exclusive, with some 16 of these forthcoming on the DJ/producer's HUSH and Mistress labels. In many ways, it's a near perfect package for those who enjoy Khutoresky's muscular style; certainly, the inclusion of so many unheard gems makes the first listen a genuine voyage of discovery.
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 in stock $5.67
Cat: NYH 120. Rel: 15 Dec 17
  1. August Acid3
  2. XNX4
  3. High
  4. Gangster Diction
  5. August Acid2
  6. XX5
  7. XX2
  8. Memory Machine
  9. Causing Friction
  10. CEM3360
 in stock $10.78
Cat: GRSCL 11. Rel: 24 Jun 19
  1. Render_001_Primer
  2. Render_002_Proximity
  3. Render_003_Untitled
  4. Render_004_Nue
  5. Render_005_Polypattern
  6. Render_006_Jade
  7. Render_006_Jade (GRIT remix)
  8. Render_006_Jade (Federsen remix)
  9. Render_007_Metro
  10. Render_008_Valve
  11. Render_008_Valve (Sibling reconstruction)
 in stock $14.84
511593 (CD)
Cat: ICM 09. Rel: 13 Mar 18
  1. Excursion
  2. Observations
  3. The Landing
  4. Trois
  5. Darcy In Paradise
  6. Ntandathu
  7. Second Organ
  8. 4.31 Hz
  9. Sept (album version)
  10. Perpetuate
 in stock $10.33
Cat: DEN 309CD. Rel: 23 Nov 18
  1. Backlash
  2. Black Chamber
  3. Miney Mick
  4. Tourin
  5. Aerostat
  6. Magnet
  7. Irritation
  8. Yuugen
  9. Galactic Bone
  10. Miney Mick (instrumental)
 in stock $9.28
Parade (CD)
Cat: DEN 272CD. Rel: 25 Jan 17
  1. Element (Bone version)
  2. Speck
  3. Parade
  4. Schmone
 in stock $12.67
Stasis (CD)
Cat: GRSCL 06. Rel: 02 Nov 17
  1. District
  2. Embark
  3. Loading Bay
  4. Passage
  5. Skybase
  6. Transit
  7. Warhawk
  8. December (feat Occult)
  9. Stasis (feat Occult)
 in stock $13.76
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