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Cat: TOKEN 87. Rel: 10 Oct 18
  1. Surrender (3:05)
  2. The Informant (5:37)
  3. Space Beacons (5:19)
  4. Mathematical Language (5:11)
  5. Visitors From The Stars (5:42)
  6. Sagan's Implication (3:04)
Review: 30drop debuts on Token with From Beyond The Unknown -- a six-track journey that evokes an excommunicative sense of splendor from the outer reaches of worlds beyond. Beginning with Surrender an immediacy pulsates from the outset and dances towards the playful exuberance of The Informant -- calibrating the gears for what frequencies are to be heard in the interim. Space Beacons delights with elegant pads and wry rhythmic evocations, while Mathematical Language bursts with energies that have been long dormant since the days of Jeff Mills' The Purpose Maker. In that same vein, Visitors From The Stars is an entropic message from above, seeking out a communicative line that's emotive and conductive -- leading towards the last track of this journey. Sagan's Implication is an adroit homage to the legendary astrophysicist; leaning into melodics that are both marvelous and mysterious all at once -- similar to finding the answers that lie above us. All in all, a journey that begins by looking past what's diegetic and looking for answers past the narrative presented.
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Cat: AXP 002. Rel: 19 Feb 16
  1. Mutiny (7:45)
  2. Disorder (6:49)
Review: Native New Yorker Adam "X" Mitchell has long been a fan of collaboration, with a long list previous sparring partners including Ancient Methods, Navario Suaro and, of course, his brother Frankie Bones. For Mutiny & Disorder, he's joined forces again with fellow techno veteran Alistair "Perc" Wells. The duo begin in typically retro-futurist fashion on "Mutiny", whose rising and falling synth lines, dense beats and clanking hits recall the early days of Roman techno. The "back-to-the-future" feel continues with the warped riffs, spacey electronics, apocalyptic textures, surging sub-bass and thunderous rhythms of flipside workout "Disorder".
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Cat: BPX 1CD. Rel: 17 May 19
  1. Empathy
  2. MDMA
  3. Bowie In Harmony
  4. Love Distortion
  5. Electronic Joy
  6. Exit To Humanity
  7. Free Society
  8. Stimulation
Review: There's a decidedly rushing, saucer-eyed feel to Ellen Allien's latest album, her eighth since launching the BPitch Control label at the dawn of the century. The Berlin veteran shows no desire to soften her sound or move away from the dancefloor, delivering an eight-track set that giddily charges between neo-trance (the loved-up "Empathy" and tech-trance throb-job "Free Society"), post-dubstep electro (the swirling "MDMA" and atmospheric "Exit To Humanity"), raging acid ("Bowie In Harmony"), decidedly muscular techno (the arpeggio-driven heaviness of acid fired smasher "Love Distortion" and the creepier "Electronic Joy") and bubbly acid electro (superb closing cut "Stimulation").
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Gespielt von: Ellen Allien
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Cat: KOMPAKTEX 112. Rel: 28 Aug 19
  1. Forever Ravers (6:03)
  2. Forever Ravers (Anna Raving In Space mix) (5:33)
Review: Last year Brazilian DJ/producer Ana Miranda joined Kompakt Extra following years spent building her reputation via fine releases on such labels as Novamute, Twin Turbo, Yoshitoshi and Terminal M. For her third release on the long-serving German label she's joined forces with another scene queen, the incomparable Miss Kittin. The pair has produced a raw, driving dancefloor beast that's bigger than Donald Trump's ego and infinitely more alluring. "Forever Ravers" is heavy, intense and forthright, with stylized vocal snippets and razor sharp electronic motifs surging above a thumping groove. Miranda offers a different take on the track on side B, opting for bleeping and panicked electronics and spacey bleep melodies.
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Cat: DSRD 5. Rel: 18 Jul 19
  1. Alle Kinder (6:51)
  2. A Different Dream (3:39)
  3. Himmelszelt (5:50)
  4. The Coming Home (5:50)
  5. One Of Those Mornings (2:23)
  6. Its Because Of Her (3:28)
  7. Perfect In Every Way (6:04)
  8. Beautiful Robots (Ambient reprise) (4:22)
  9. Fernweh (3:55)
Review: Like Delsin label mates Conforce and Claro Intelecto, veteran producer John Beltran seems incapable of producing duff albums. "Hallo Androiden", his first full length outing for two years, is another wonderfully atmospheric, melodic and emotive set that recalls the producer's impeccable 1990s output. The nine tracks are as lushly produced as you'd expect, with Beltran effortlessly drifting between eyes-closed ambient techno, lilting electronica, slowly shifting sunset soundscapes and the kind of grandiose, life affirming ambient compositions that have long been a feature of the veteran producer's work. As with much of his output, there are enough intricate details and emotion-stirring motifs to suggest that the album will sound just as good on the 50th listen as it does the first.
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Cat: NORD 005. Rel: 26 Sep 14
  1. Compact Visual Nature
  2. Outdoor
  3. Location Unavailable
  4. STE-017
Review: Danish imprint Nord has been an interesting label to watch develop since it began at the end of 2012. It's exposure was increased this year with the inclusion of DJ Spider's Northern Abyss 12" which earned its own remix EP featuring reworks from Anton Zap, Steven Tang and Token regular Ctrls. Now L.I.E.S. regular and Confused House co-founder Bookworms adds more credibility to the Scandinavian operation with a four-track EP of stripped back, throbbing and beatdown techno. "Compact Visual Nature" and "Location Unavailable" are slow burning, Northern Electronics/Donato Dozzy styled productions while "Outdoor" is lit with Legowelt-ish synths and slamming snares. Lastly the distorted beats of "STE-017" will sound most familiar to Bookworms advocates.
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Gespielt von: Kondaktor, Khotin, HVL, Kessell
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Cat: KON 002. Rel: 15 Jan 16
  1. Cassegrain - "Kor" (6:49)
  2. Cassegrain - "Katran" (4:54)
  3. Sendai - "Antennaed" (5:12)
  4. Sendai - "Other Etcs" (3:45)
Review: Many of the great record labels are born out of an already-established movement such as a clubnight, and this is the route Amsterdam techno crew Konstrukt have taken. The past few years have seen residents Doka and SHLTR bring Dozzy, Svreca, and Stan Tolkachev to the city and 2015 saw Konstrukt expand into a record label. The debut offering gave SHLTR a chance to demonstrate his production prowess but this second Konstrukt 12" finds them reaching out to some highly respected techno partnerships that have been previous guests. Cassegrain and Sendai bring the heat, each providing two weighty techno tracks that all emphasise the noisier side of their respective production styles. "Antennaed" by Sendai is a definite highlight!
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Anom Valley (2xLP)
Cat: MORD 026. Rel: 15 Apr 16
  1. Delete Scene (5:06)
  2. Set Factor (5:31)
  3. Rusty (4:07)
  4. Towards Them (3:59)
  5. RN 45 (4:03)
  6. X Gun (4:59)
  7. Interlogon (6:59)
  8. Venerate Circles (7:05)
  9. Anom Valley (5:31)
Review: Anom Valley follows Damcase's recent outing on Bunker and positions the Greek producer as a leading light in hard techno. There is a rough, raw feel throughout this release for Bas Mooy's label; "Delete Scene" is mired in distorted kicks and noisy, barb wire percussion and both "Rusty" and "Towards Them" resound to titanium-powered steel drums. "Interlogon" is probably the most extreme track, thanks to its grisly, punishing rhythm, but Damcase also has a funkier side. He showcases this on "Rn 45" and "X Gun", where hypnotic electronic pulses, although encased in weeping layers of white noise, see him get his groove on.
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Gespielt von: Kondaktor
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Cat: SOMA 452. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. Exploring The North (12:59)
  2. Pinewood Lodge (9:05)
  3. Shot Point (3:04)
Review: Few producers do the dub techno sound better than Rod Modell and on this second Atmospherica instalment, he shows why he is so revered. "Exploring The North" is dense and subdued, the hisses and crackles ebbing and flowing fluidly over a powerful sub-bass. "Pinewood Lodge" is more atmospheric and floaty, its chords flitting about like fireflies over a camp fire on the first night of autumn. Rounding out the release is "Shot Point". Immersive, hypnotic and ghostly, it washes through the speakers like waves crashing on a deserted beach at midnight. This is electronic music that is designed to get lost in.
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Gespielt von: Blackhall & Bookless
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Cat: NORD 008. Rel: 21 Jul 15
  1. CDIIF F B1 (4:13)
  2. AS54 A3 (4:05)
  3. CDS90 A1 (6:37)
  4. AS54 B1 (6:22)
  5. BX90 A4 (4:07)
  6. AS54 A4 ACID (3:44)
  7. AS54 A2 ACID (3:50)
  8. BASF CHROME A6 (5:36)
Review: In anyone's book, DJ Guy's story is remarkable. The Welsh techno producer recorded material throughout the 1990s, but his vast archive of material went untouched until All Caps put out the 20 (1996) 12" last year. Now Anders Vendelbo and Christopher Kejlstrup's NORD imprint has picked up the baton, and here presents a doublepack of material recovered from the vaults. Given the vintage nature of the tracks, it's somewhat surprising how fresh they sound. While techno fanatics will no doubt spot nods to intelligent techno, ghetto funk, Drexyica, Autechre and the like, the potency of the material has not diminished by sitting in shoeboxes for 20 years.
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Gespielt von: Mark Forshaw, Adryiano, Stranger
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Ruff Hysteria (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: NATURAL 009. Rel: 12 Apr 17
  1. Vaping Lyf (6:01)
  2. Ruff Hysteria (5:05)
  3. Wombat Bounce (5:51)
  4. What Kind Of Sandwich Is This? (4:11)
Review: Hyped Barcelona DJ/producer and '90s U.S sitcom fan DJ Seinfeld is in the midst of a rich vein of form, with recent EPs on Lobster Fury and Endotherm only enhancing his rising reputation. This collection of analogue-rich, alien techno workouts on Natural Sciences is, predictably, also rather good. There's a pleasing looseness to the clattering drum machine hits, thrusting analogue bass, psychedelic electronics and cut-up vocal samples of "Vaping Lyf", while "Ruff Hysteria" sounds like late '80s Chicago deep house crossed with the fluttering, head-in-the-clouds innocence of early '90s ambient techno. On the flip you'll find the drowsy chords, hustling machine drums and wonky vocal samples of "Wombat Bounce" and the roughneck, hardcore style cut-up drum breaks and saucer-eyed chords of "What Kind of Sandwich Is This?"
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Cat: LF 02. Rel: 02 Nov 17
  1. I Hope I Sleep Tonight (4:08)
  2. I Saw Her Kiss Him In Front Of Me & I Was Like WTF? (5:13)
  3. Bring U Back (5:51)
  4. Too Late For U & M1 (6:40)
  5. Forgiven (6:00)
  6. Time Spent Away From U (5:34)
  7. With My Luv (6:05)
  8. Another Way Back (5:15)
  9. It's Just My Luv (6:02)
  10. How U Make Me Feel (6:20)
  11. U Hold Me Without Touch (6:31)
  12. Come Thru For U (6:12)
  13. U (6:12)
Review: It's been a whirlwind 12 months for DJ Seinfeld, who has gone from "unknown entity" to hyped producer in what seems like the blink of an eye. There's little doubt that this debut album on Lobster Fury will simply enhance his credentials further. It's a typically dusty and lo-fi affair, but far more positive in tone than your average crackly techno full-length. The Swedish producer makes extensive use of rubbery synth basslines, hazy R&B and pop vocal samples and the kind of production tricks more frequently found on disco-house and old US garage records (while, naturally, rarely sounding exactly like either style). In other words, the album is full of attractive, floor-friendly party techno for those who like their cuts fun and funky, rather than stern and severe.
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Cat: HYPELP 009. Rel: 06 Sep 17
  1. Snowy Blue (3:38)
  2. U Talk 2 Much (4:04)
  3. Hip Hopeless (4:07)
  4. Odd Chill (2:33)
  5. Home Made Drum Machine (4:45)
  6. Kinesthetic (3:13)
  7. Nice Portal (2:23)
  8. Soft Networks (3:42)
  9. Strode Down (3:05)
  10. Thin Hype (5:20)
  11. Grimsthorpe (4:26)
  12. Zero Sum (4:32)
  13. Axial Mode Beat (3:42)
  14. Strange Directions (4:30)
Review: 23 years have passed since Edward Upton first donned the DMX Krew alias, but the prolific British producer shows no signs of slowing down. Astonishingly, Strange Directions is the electro stalwart's 21st full-length excursion. Predictably, it's rather good, with Upton delivering a set that effortlessly body-pops between vocoder-laced electro workouts, melodious IDM, bass-heavy intelligent techno, gnarled Drexciyan throbbers, Artificial Intelligence style home listening fare and even a dash of muscular, tongue-in-cheek Italo-disco (the deliciously sleazy "Soft Networks"). As usual, the distinctive, off-kilter swing of original analogue hardware is present throughout, as Upton showcases his full range of talents. Recommended.
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Cat: SA 023. Rel: 14 May 14
  1. Il Canto Della Maga
  2. Il Canto Della Maga (part 2)
  3. Terzo Giorno
  4. Sotto Ma Sotto
Review: To the casual observer it might seem like we are approaching 'Donatoverload' with numerous Dozzy related projects released recently. Look a bit closer though, and it's either been reissues (like the Aquaplano Sessions) collaborations with Tin Man and Neel or extensive remix packages like Plays Bee Mask. There has been little actual solo Dozzy material since a 2011 release for the Acid Test series, so this release for Lucy's Stroboscopic Artefacts label is most welcome! Translating roughly as "Third Day", the four track Terzo Giorno 12" is typical Dozzy with a fine sense of textural dexterity evident on "Il Canto Della Maga (part 2)" and the title track. The addition of Dozzy makes perfect sense for Stroboscopic Artefacts within the context of their recent releases from Lakker, Rrose and Chevel which have provided the label with a renewed juncture to the dancefloor.
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MDR 17 (12")
Cat: MDR 017. Rel: 20 Aug 15
  1. Arco Pitcairn (5:31)
  2. Hoodlam Klothe (3:45)
  3. Lempt Jarkarin (4:36)
  4. Lidya Birkett (5:37)
  5. Rjiyen Orandin (5:01)
Review: Marcel Dettman's mighty MDR label doesn't offer a huge amount of releases every year, but what does get put out is always pure and utter quality. The Berghain resident pick out Ryan James Ford for number 17 in the catalogue, a young producer which we know little to nothing about at this point. We do, however, know that he makes seriously effective techno in the label's familiar style. There's five cuts spread across the two sides on here, all representative of Dettman's marathon sets in which he spans the full circle. Aside from all the techno bashings, there are also moments of tranquillity, manifested in the beatless ambience of "Hoodlam Klothe", and "Lempt Jarkarin", in particular. Do check "Rjiyen Orandim" for some serious percussive action, though. An impressive debut.
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Games Have Rules (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: HOS 425. Rel: 24 Sep 14
  1. Things Known
  2. Things Unknown
  3. The Nemesis Flower
  4. A Year Has Passed
  5. A Year Has Gone By
  6. Red Opium
  7. Bejeweled Body
Review: Hospital Productions is a non-stop operation and following this year's long-players from Alessandro Cortini, Ninos Du Brasil and Ron Morelli, Vatican Shadow's latest swoop is this ambient album produced with Function. The seven-track LP was recorded between Berlin and New York, and it's described as best suited for after-hours home listening, but whether you really want to listen to this after a big night is up to you. Indeed "A Year Has Passed" and "A Year Has Gone By" are downbeat and melancholic, whereas other tracks lean more towards industrial ambient, similar to fellow Hospital artist Lussuria's work. "The Nemesis Flower" is a darker highlight while "Red Opium" and "Bejewelled Body" is where the house and techno beats lie.
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Cat: SUS 006LP. Rel: 03 Sep 14
  1. Dreams & Visions
  2. The Unknown Allure
  3. Teflon Love God
  4. Oblique Collusion
  5. New Medieval Times
  6. Morality Exodus
  7. Weeknight Shuttle Bus
  8. Hoax Pattern
  9. Unseen Force Manipulators
  10. Zone Elsewhere
  11. Corrosive
Review: Yes! Styles Upon Styles step it up and drop their very first album length project and do so in their own inimitable style with this conceptual long player from the superb (and superbly named) Gut Nose. The NYC label have swiftly built a rep for introducing the unheralded or the lesser known (Clay Wilson, Certain Creatures, White Visitation and Kloke) and it's great to see them maintain that approach with Filthy City. Aside from one cassette release and a prior SUS 12", there is little to form an opinion on Gut Nose out there, and that works in his favour on this album. The traditional LP format has been thrown out completely in favour of two extended pieces made up of movements with the A Side, sub-titled Filthy City, a dizzying array of paranoid stuttering instrumental beats reminiscent to the late 90s work of El P and Cannibal Ox. Gut Nose flips it completely with the B-side's Filthnoid Mixx which ups the tempo markedly to a queasy fairground ride through a nightmarish techno landscape. You won't hear another LP like Filthy City this year.
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Laurel HALO/VARIOUS
DJ Kicks (gatefold 2xLP)
K7
Cat: K7 375LP. Rel: 22 Mar 19
  1. Laurel Halo - "Public Art" (2:36)
  2. Parris - "Puro Rosaceaes" (5:54)
  3. Rrose - "Cricoid Pressure" (8:13)
  4. Machinewoman - "Just Made Some Jazz Music" (7:11)
  5. FIT Siegel - "Penny Rut" (5:20)
  6. Siete Catorce - "Canto" (5:12)
  7. Ikonika - "Bodied" (OG mix) (4:35)
  8. Panda Lassow - "Lachowa" (5:09)
  9. Nick Leon - "Pelican Dub" (3:12)
  10. Stefan Ringer - "Lust" (5:22)
  11. Laurel Halo - "Sweetie" (7:00)
  12. Group A - "Ketabali" (5:28)
Review: Although she's offered up plenty of high-grade DJ mixes in the past, this volume in the "DJ Kicks" series marks Laurel Halo's first commercially available mix-up. The sometime Hyperdub producer has dutifully delivered something rather special, somehow joining the dots between 29 diverse and disparate cuts in the manner of a true turntable maestro. Beginning with the melodious experimentalism of her own "Public Art", Halo giddily charges between mutant industrial funk (Stallone The Reducer, Final Cut), thrusting electronic disco (Red Axes), deep techno (Parris), mind-altering acid-style intensity (Rrose), stomping, sweat-soaked peak-time techno (Machinewoman, FIT Siegel), polyrhythmic bass music (Facta, one of her Livity Sound collabs with Hodge) and an impressive array of cuts that defy easy categorization. The resultant all-action mix is nothing less than stunning.
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Cat: LINDA 001. Rel: 14 Jul 15
  1. Self Destruct (10:15)
  2. Non (5:11)
  3. Inside (3:18)
Review: Since 1984, Laurent Prot has been putting out music as In Aeternam Vale, a project which has given us some of the best experimental beat music, the finest in darkwave and paved the way for many contemporary artists to do their thing. Although Prot had long periods of hiatus, the last five years have seen renewed interest in his work thanks to the efforts of Veronica Vasicka whose Minimal Wave label has issued several outstanding In Aeternam Vale retrospectives. Following his excellent Jealous God release, Prot now appears on the newly formed Linda Records with a devilish 10" containing three tracks that sounds as fresh and captivating as any of the music made by twenty-something year-olds now. "Self-Destruct" is an electrifying techno driver riding at a slow pace; "Non" ups the speed and drops in a heavy layer of pseudo-acid to the equation; "Inside" ties things off with a cavernous swarm of drones, sounding like the inside of a jet engine. DO NOT SLEEP.
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We Get Down & Well (12" + sticker)
Cat: MT 070. Rel: 09 Sep 15
  1. Well (Robert Hood remix) (6:21)
  2. We Get Down (6:20)
  3. We Get Down (DJ 3000 remix) (6:54)
  4. Well (5:52)
Review: Under-rated Detroit innovator Gary Martin is back. Not on his legendary Hypnotika imprint, rather DJ 3000's Motech which equally has been rather quiet of late. Who cares; they're here once again and in good form. The Robert Hood remix of "Well" is the kind of sure-fire, peak time cyclical treatment that this legend could lend a version to, but not of typical of him as you'd think.. It's great! The original (on the flip) is damn good too; a smooth and sleazy slow burner with enough atmosphere for those cool down moments. "We Get Down" is the usual sound of Martin; tribal and esoteric. The DJ 3000 remix getting possibly more minimal and soulful than the Hood remix heard previously.
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Hypnotic Dub Season (CD limited to 50 copies)
Cat: SV 42. Rel: 21 May 20
  1. Dub I
  2. Dub II
  3. Dub III
Review: Given that they not only share space on the same label, but also both explore the deeper end of the dub techno spectrum, we were rather surprised to learn that "Hypnotic Dub Season" marks the first collaboration between musical cosmonauts Mr Cloudy (AKA Sergey Barkalov) and Gradient (Igor Arsenjev). So, was it worth the wait? If you're into dub techno, then certainly. The album is made up of three epic workouts (the last of which runs to an astonishing 30 minutes) in which the pair wrap hissing aural textures, echoing melodic motifs and sumptuous, huggable ambient electronics around chunky, slowly shifting dub techno rhythms. If you like your music hazy, spaced-out and - as the title promises - hypnotic, then you need this in your life.
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Cat: POLEGROUP 031CD. Rel: 15 Apr 15
  1. Mind-Body Interaction (Muscle & Mind)
  2. Dualistic Concept
  3. Involuntary Response
  4. Anatomical Variation
  5. Mentally Induced Action
  6. Interrelated
  7. Mindful Body
  8. 201 Element
  9. Mechanical Function
  10. Muscle & Mind
  11. Mental Causation
  12. Unconscious
  13. Stimulated Reflex (Duallistic Concept)
  14. Mechanical Function (Hypnotic edit)
  15. Muscle & Mind (Shcxchcxsh remix)
  16. Mentally Induced Action (Stanislav Tolkachev remix)
  17. Stimulated Reflex (Stanislav Tolkachev remix)
Review: Spanish techno stalwart Oscar Mulero trailed this fourth album in as many years with Dualistic Concept, a set of typically dark, hypnotic and ghostly remixes. That can be found on the second disc, and ties in neatly with the robust, forthright and atmospheric sound of the album itself. Muscle & Mind has moments of beauty, of course - see the blissful ambience of "Mental Causation" and enveloping chords and found sounds of "Unconscious" - but for the most part it's concerned with the power of rhythm. Few are better at wringing maximum intensity from loop-heavy jams, and Mulero's love of dusty white noise, trippy melodies and skittering percussion guarantees variety in the grooves throughout.
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Centrifuge (12")
Cat: MOS 027. Rel: 18 Sep 19
  1. Centrifuge (9:46)
  2. Relic Reworked (5:39)
Review: Random XS was founded in 1991, when DJ Zero One (Sander Friedeman) joined forces with Arno Peeters to perform live at a small underground party in Utrecht before the latter left three years later and was replaced by Frank de Groodt. After the long awaited re-release of their 1992 Djax-Up-Beats classic "Give Your Body" last year on Delsin, they return with a pair of unreleased jams for fellow Dutch imprint MOS Recordings. Both tracks are said to be recorded in the early '90s, but reworked and remastered for "heavy club impact". On the A side is some proper minimal mentalism on the frantic and tunnel vision "Centrifuge", followed by the sublime 303 wizardry of "Relic Reworked" on the flip, which hails "all aboard the acid express!" better than any other.
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Cat: SALT 006. Rel: 06 Dec 17
  1. Rudolf C - "Indian Rope" (6:23)
  2. Rudolf C - "Granite State" (6:17)
  3. Shedbug - "Unwavering" (4:45)
  4. Shedbug - "Dust Off" (6:14)
Review: Following up DJ Barbo$$a's absolutely awesome Mystical Teachings EP, Melbourne's Salt Mines are back with yet more lo-fi house shenanigans courtesy of the label bosses: Shedbug and Rudolph C (Neo Violence/X-Kalay/Lost Palms). The latter serves up the tribal raindance of "Indian Rope"and the saturated acid house of "Granite State". On the flip, Shedbug (who had a great track on Polish imprint PLAY !T LOUD earlier this year) serves up some dirty rave breaks on "Unwavering" featuring a massive Reese bassline and... panpipes! It's not altogether unpleasant though, believe us. Less introspective and more dancefloor oriented on the hi-NRG antics of "Dust Off" though - a right epic and featuring some euphoric arpeggios, cosmic synth leads plus the best of vintage drum machines. This will truly elevate the crowd and just begs to be played somewhere like their local festival Rainbow Serpent this year!
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Gespielt von: DJ 3000, Honey Soundsystem
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TFE XX4 (12")
Cat: TFE XX4. Rel: 12 Feb 16
  1. TFExx4A (6:34)
  2. TFExx4B (5:18)
Review: According to their Discogs entry, The Final Experiment is "More stuff out of the galaxy called "Hard Wax Berlin". Seelow is actually another alias of the now legendary Rene Pawlowitz, so you know already that it's going to be pretty damn good, right? The A side track "TFExx4A" is proper, nasty peak time business; we all know Pawlowitz' great knack for revisiting nostalgic dance music sounds and this track is built around a grating, doom-laden hoover and as always has a monstrous and shuffling rhythm. On the flip "TFExx4B" sounds like something more familiar from the artist, namely under his infamous Shed alias. With its catchy, dreamy pad melody and that signature warehouse techno beat with the perfect amount of hiss and dust in it. Nice one!
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Nikolai Reptile (12" + postcard)
Cat: TRP 026. Rel: 05 Sep 19
  1. Nikolai Reptile (3:38)
  2. Ochen (4:55)
  3. What About Me (4:57)
  4. Mortal Talking (4:31)
Review: It's hard to think of a DJ with the global profile of Nina Kraviz who runs a label as underground and innovative as trip. The latest comes from Shadowax, who has previously contributed to the label's compilations but now makes her full label debut. Unlike much of the frantic and frenetic material trip has dealt with in the past, this EP slows the tempos and explores more moody and hypnotic techno. Opener "Nikolai Reptile" is a super slow motion and dub rhythm with searching synth lines gently riding up and down the scale, while "Ochen" recalls the icy minimal perfection of Daniel Bell. "What About Me" has spoken word mutterings and paranoid, pressurised kicks that hurry you along and lastly "Mortal Talking" is a flurry of hyper-speed drums and synth loops to fully flip you out.
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Cat: LTUNDR 04. Rel: 15 May 19
  1. Aciidmuzik (5:36)
  2. One Day Later (6:10)
  3. Rubber (5:44)
  4. There's Hope For You Yet (6:27)
Review: Shedbug's slow but steady rise continues via an EP that's as thrilling and action-packed as a narcotics-fuelled weekend with a platoon of free party lunatics. There's a distinctively psychedelic feel to the retro-futurist club cuts on show, with bombastic opener "Aciidmuzik" - all effervescent hardcore style breakeat, psy-trance acid lines and fizzing electronics - being quickly followed by the hallucinatory ambient techno shuffle of "One Day Later". His devotion to the more LSD-inspired aspects of early '90s electronic music continues on the flip, where the exotic vocal samples, trippy electronic motifs and glassy-eyed melodies of breakbeat shuffler "Rubber" come paired with the sunrise-friendly bliss of the EP's most loved-up track, "There's Hope For You Yet".
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Gespielt von: Dawl, Dan Orchard, Ike Release
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Sagas (12")
Cat: NORD 001. Rel: 26 May 15
  1. Skymn - "Memory" (8:06)
  2. Nobody Home - "Speglar" (11:03)
  3. Fjader - "En Liten Saga" (7:38)
  4. Korridor - "Somnolence" (9:00)
Review: Nordanvind Records is a new techno label from Sweden and judging by the country's past achievements within the dance music sphere, we're pretty excited about it! It's a collaborative effort from four rising talents in the game, some of whom have already appeared on quality imprints in and around the Scandinavian territories. First up is Skymn's "Memory", a broken jigsaw of a track with eerie background sonics; Nobody Home aka Marcus Henriksson comes through with the grey-scaled "Speglar", "En Liten Saga" by Fjader is a dubby techno affair surrounded by bleak drones, while Korridor - who has appeared on the excellent Northern Electronics alongside Abdulla Rashim - turns in "Somnolence", the top pick in our opinion and also the track with most movement and character. All in all, a rather fine bundle of cave sounds!
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Cat: SYNCROPHONE 34. Rel: 11 Jun 20
  1. Balls Deep (8:10)
  2. Project 5AM (6:01)
  3. Flux (5:46)
  4. Bush Rum (5:48)
Review: Trinidadian Deep's house music isn't just deep, it is spiritual. He layers up synths into oceanic movements that wash over you time and time again, leaving you feeling soothed in golden sounds. His obsessively detailed percussion adds movement and detail to each track, too, and all four cuts here are testament to that once again. "Balls Deep" is a little synth dance and jumbled house groove to make you move, while "Project 5am" slows things down and encourages reflection. "Flux" is more roomy and cosmic before "Bush Rum" closes with far sighted chords and shimmering drums that are deceptively complex.
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Gespielt von: NICOLA CONTE
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Replenish (12")
Cat: SJUEXT 003. Rel: 10 Nov 17
  1. Reckless Ending (Tribute To GU) (6:54)
  2. Out The Gate (7:00)
Review: Boo Williams may release far less music than he once did, but every 12" he releases retains the same high quality threshold that has long marked out the Chicagoan's work. This two-tracker is a brilliant example. Both tracks are ear pleasing, musically rich and dancefloor focused, offering a near perfect balance between club-ready grunt and emotion-rich tunefulness. A-side "Out of the Gate" sets the tone, with Williams' layering chiming melodies lines and dreamy chord progressions atop a near techno tempo, bass-heavy house groove. On the B-side, he pays tribute to long time pal and occasional studio buddy Glenn Underground via the tumbling synthesizer chords, bubby acid lines, melancholic flourishes and jacking drums of "Reckless Ending".
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Cloud Hidden (gatefold LP)
Cat: LO 166LP. Rel: 18 Oct 19
  1. Spectrum Of Love (5:09)
  2. Implications Of Karma (3:29)
  3. The Reality Of Reincarnation (4:22)
  4. Ama & The Mountain (3:01)
  5. The Future Of Ecstasy (4:44)
  6. The Seven Secret Sayings Of God (3:36)
  7. Flowing With The Tao (3:00)
  8. Incantation Of The Stars (5:13)
  9. The Art Of Contemplation (4:23)
  10. Direct Transmission (4:06)
Review: Almost five years has passed since now legendary Japanese producer Susumu Yokota passed away. Lo Recordings, who worked with the experimental electronica, techno and ambient artist over a number of years, have decided to mark the occasion by releasing a posthumous album made up of recently discovered - and previously unreleased - Yokota recordings made around the same time as 2002 set "The Boy and the Tree". While there has been a little post-production work by label founder Jon Tye, those familiar with Yokota's work wouldn't be able to tell. Otherworldly, imaginative and hugely emotional in tone, the ten included tracks flit between neo-classical inspired Japanese minimalism, pastoral soundscapes, gentle new age aural dreams and the kind of hushed, life-affirming ambient works that were once Yokota's trademark.
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