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Environment Control
Cat: NE 95. Rel: 23 Feb 24
Environment Control (3:17)
Smothering Dreams (11:09)
Dark Territory (8:03)
Breaking Waves (7:27)
Deflection V (8:13)
Modeless Singularity (7:37)
Arctic Horizon (10:26)
Interlude (Sound Stroke) (3:51)
Review: The highly anticipated secnd full length album from Polar Inertia is here. It makes absolute sense that 'Environment Control' makes its way to the Swedish label Northern Electronics. For those that know the label and this artist, it seems like the perfect pairing. Formed in 2010, Polar Inertia has been one of the leading new producers of darker techno. The title track is opener and a sign of things to come. Futuristic techno of the upmost. These tracks engulf you with their power and depth. Some tracks are sinister and foreboding while others are atmospheric and cavernous. 'Artic Horizon' shows the deft touch of his producing ability. Sinister techno beats shrouded in a deep haze of ambience give off the impression that you are almost outside a club listening to the techno inside. For fans of techno and ambient, you are hard pressed to find a producer who does it better. These copies are sure to go fast so pick one up as quick as you can.
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 in stock $30.90
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Eastside EP
Cat: AR 019. Rel: 19 Feb 24
You Always Hank Bank One Time (7:32)
Another Spring Lover (6:30)
I'm Gonna Be The Everything (6:20)
Slick Nickle Pladium Investment (4:19)
Review: Adeen Records is on a roll right now and this time out they welcome the Detroit hero that is Marcellus Pittman for a new and beguiling four-track 12". Known for his work with The 3 Chairs collective as well as his solo jams, this Motor City mainstay opens up with 'You Always Hank Bank One Time' which is a real mental maze of rickety loops and blurts of degraded synth. 'Another Spring Lover' is another rusty and lo-fi piece of archetypal Detroit house that is very clearly machine music but with a unique sense of human soul. 'I'm Gonna Be The Everything' is a raw drum track with sparse, heartwarming chords and 'Slick Nickle Pladium Investment' is a knackered downbeat hip-hop closer. Magnificent.
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 in stock $14.52
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Bombs From The Bunker
Bombs From The Bunker (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: DMT 014. Rel: 25 Sep 23
Sheller (6:06)
Get Loose (6:24)
Detonate (5:59)
Instajam (5:25)
Review: Once again Dungeon Meat provides the heat for discerning dancefloors with this latest EP from their new signing Scott Diaz. Bringing the finest tracky business straight from his beefy bunker to your turntables, there's no messing with these meaty beats. After hearing some short demos versions on Instagram, Brawther and Tristan da Cunha quickly got in touch with Scott to snap up the tracks and cherry pick a smoking hot selection resulting in these four killer cuts designed for DJ (ab)Use only. Scott is an extremely talented producer who is behind the high grade NITELIFE sample packs and we are very happy to have him join our band of beat bandits.
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 in stock $16.89
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Signs
Signs (hand-stamped LP Nachpressung) (1 per customer)
Cat: PEAK 018. Rel: 19 Feb 24
In Circuits (5:05)
4k Murmurs (feat J) (7:04)
Stadium Drive (5:37)
Pinned (7:22)
Blue (7:09)
We Should Keep Going (6:38)
Review: Chicago trio Purelink prove themselves to be sonic alchemists once more as they serve up a bewitching brew that pulls apart the essence of ambient, dub tech and electronica to rebuild all new musical forms. Ever since forming first in 2020, Tommy Paslaski (aka Concave Reflection), Ben Paulson (aka Kindtree), and Akeem Asani (aka Millia) have regularly got together in a studio workshop to explore "the endless possibilities of a laptop" armed with banks of samples. Now they distill those sessions into music that is beautifully delicate yet captivating - slow and subtle rhythms, deft chords and icy minimalism all unfurl into a richly immersive soundscape here.

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 in stock $26.40
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Chicago At Midnight (feat Delano Smith mix)
Cat: PRTR 28. Rel: 19 Feb 24
Cagomi (Delano Smith remix) (7:01)
Cagomi (Reshape) (6:47)
Fenders (6:04)
Review: Goettingen's long standing dub techno servant XDB takes us to Chicago At Midnight with this new 12" on Pariter. 'Fenders' is one and is a deliciously elastic rhythm with rolling kick drums setting a hypnotic groove as the bubbly synths rise up through the mix. 'Cagomi', more edgy and amped up with gritty hits and swaying bass, gets a new lease of life after first surfacing on XDB's Metrolux Music back in 2009. The same cut gets a remix from Delano Smith that's more rooted to the floor in the Detroit man's usual textbook style. A classy outing from all, then.
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Gespielt von: Owain Kimber (Owain K), Fog
 in stock $13.73
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Drifting Away EP
Drifting Away EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: OUT 012. Rel: 22 Feb 24
Drifting Away (7:56)
Inside Out (8:25)
Somewhere Else (7:42)
Stolen Moments (8:10)
Review: Outlaw is back with its 12th release on the label. Since 2015, the Matthew Oh run label has been putting out well respected and collected EPs that dwell in the techno and dub camps. 'Drifting Away' by producer DOT is the newest of which, with four top-tier techno tracks that are equally deep as they are catchy. The title track is a smooth and melodic ride into the techno realm while 'Inside Out' is the more rhythmic, with the catchy percussion elements and a heavy attention to the groove. Both tracks are equally as good overall to us. For the B-side 'Somewhere Else' is the late night pulser of the bunch. Lastly, 'Stolen Moments' features the most dub sounding elements through the course. Outlaw is a label you can always trust to bring the goods.
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Triumph EP
Cat: PERLON 136. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Triumph (6:16)
Waiting For My Love (5:37)
Close The Door (5:05)
Fear & Madness In The Desert (5:59)
Review: This is the thirrd release by the amazing Italian producer Ivan Iacobucci for the Perlon label. The previous two were so well received, this next one was destined to come out sooner than later. Perlon fans know what to expect from their label of choice and Ivan delivers the goods. Those addictively quirky and fonky jackin' minimal techno jams. The title track is that and then some! We especially like the sexy jam 'Waiting For My Love'. Expect the unexpected when you flip over the record as 'Close the Door' is a full-on acid banger that combines high energy techno into what sounds like a video game soundtrack theme song! Closing things out is the wild sounding 'Fear & Madness in the Desert'. We are smiling at the thought of someone playing out these corkers to audience. Expect to see WTF typefaces everywhere!
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Entwine
Entwine (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ARKAJO 005. Rel: 23 Feb 24
Entwine
Entwine (Polygonia remix)
Signature
Signature (Konduku remix)
Review: Arkajo's seld-titled label rolls out another sophisticated EP as it continues to stand itself apart in its early days. This one kicks off with 'Entwine' which showcases the artist's mastery of deep rhythms that seem to float above the dancefloor. The broken beats are lush and airy, the synths wispy, the vibes uplifting. A Polygonia remix brings a little extra weight to the low end but it remains just as classy. 'Signature' then has a more edgy feel with heavier hits, squelchy bass and a physical feel that is super irresistible. Last of all is the Konduku remix which takes things into tripped-out 5am territory.
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Showtime EP
Cat: REKIDS 235. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Klashjamz (4:44)
Showtime (4:32)
HighNRG (5:04)
Jazz Ting (4:57)
Review: Mark Broom is one of the mainstays of the global underground. The UK titan has a recognisable take on house and techno genre that is underpinned by slamming kick and that comes to bare once more now as he lands on fellow legend Radio Slave's Rekids label. These four cuts bring a more house feel to start with as 'Klashjamz' layers up disco strings and vocals into something joyous. 'Showtime' has a garage slip to the loopy, silky drum rotations and 'HighNRG' throws it back with big stabs, percussive drums and chopped up vocal shards. 'Jazz Ting' is an aptly named closer with plenty of steamy sax notes of raw, loopy grooves.
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The Game
The Game (12")
Cat: DOMESTICATED 007. Rel: 23 Feb 24
The Search (4:57)
Def (6:04)
Gradient (2:52)
The Game (6:26)
Freaktown (4:14)
Review: Domesticated has been giving us a great blend of upbeat genres on each and every release since the label first came out. No exception here, Ukraine producer Kiddmisha jams five heaters on one piece of wax. The first cut 'The Search', is a demented and seedy electro cut that is sure to be a hit those who hear it. If you want to hear what bass music subgenre sounds like, then look no further than the monster that is 'Def'. For the B-side, Kiddmisha showcases a few groovier tracks with the infectious 'Gradient' and killer robotic electro of the title track 'The Game'. Fans of dangerous electro like Carl Finlow or what you would find on the Trust label will know what we are talking about. We really like the seedy and sleazy sounds that germinate 'Freaktown' as well. Once you hear these you are likely not to forget them. Wicked EP!
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 in stock $15.31
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Arseholes Liars & Electronic Pioneers
Cat: PDONLP 003. Rel: 05 Feb 24
People (Ah Yeah) (with Bobby Gillespie) (4:31)
Love One Self (with Joe Love) (4:37)
Up Is Down (with DJ Genesis) (4:44)
Steal & Adapt (OR) (4:34)
Start To Fade (with Josh Caffe) (5:35)
Help (4:43)
Fields Of Fire (7:57)
GRNDR (3:38)
Touch The State Of That (with Jennifer Touch) (7:15)
The Motion (with Mutado Pintado) (6:16)
Review: When it comes to wresting maximum emotion and energy from analogue electronic instruments, few artists can match acid revivalists Paranoid London. They've certainly made their machines sing on Arseholes, Liars & Electronic Pioneers, their third full length excursion. Kicking off with the EBM-meets-acid growl of Joe Lewis hook-up 'Love One Self', the set includes such gems as 'People (Ah Yeah)' (an ambient acid number featuring Bobby Gillespie on vocals), the hard-wired acid trippiness of 'Up Is Down' (with DJ Genesis), the squelchy and spacey excellence of 'Start To Fade' (with Josh Caffe), the acid-electro brilliance of 'GRINDR' and a genuine future anthem in Mutado Pintado collab 'The Motion'.
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Gespielt von: Owain Kimber (Owain K)
 in stock $27.45
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The Wind
The Wind (gold vinyl 12")
Cat: SYNCRO 43. Rel: 15 Feb 24
Wander (5:39)
Hidden Location (5:36)
The Wind (6:15)
Review: Elias Landberg continues to press ahead with the instantly identifiable Skudge sound, where the best of contemporary techno locks in for tight but funky grooves of the highest calibre. It's not often we see the project break away from the self-titled label, but here it's gracing Syncrophone with some of the finest uptempo, deep-diving gear you'll hear all year. 'Wander' has a snappy strut to the beat and lead riff alike, with the drums coming on like uptempo house as much as techno. 'Hidden Location' locks in harder thanks to the enduring creep of the background pads, while 'The Wind' takes on the dubbiest duties as it stretches out across the B-side.
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LL 003
LL 003 (12")
Cat: LL 003. Rel: 12 Feb 24
Approaching The Peak (7:16)
My Machine Walks (6:31)
Return To The Summit (6:35)
Over Cloud (5:59)
Review: Lion & Lamb is the pub turned cult club in London that hosts special sessions from some of London's key electronic tastemakers such as Craig Richards, Radioactive Man, Butter Side Up and plenty more. In 2020 it launched a label that is as just as essential and Henry Hyde is next up complete the one release a year schedule it has favoured so far. He offers four tracks of froward thinking tech house starting with the full throttle funk of 'Approaching The Peak' then much more dubby and stripped back 'My Machine Walks'. 'Return To The Summit' takes off into the cosmos on fluttering synth leads and 'Over Cloud' is the trippiest of the lot with watery droplets and crispy percussion.
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 in stock $12.94
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They Don't Love It Like We Do
Cat: DT 003. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Vortex (Stripped mix) (7:05)
Vortex (Busy mix) (5:42)
In Your Head (6:09)
Eyez On U (5:34)
Sending (6:50)
Review: Fresh from a surprise - but no less surprisingly sublime - appearance on Timedance, Ploy returns home to the Deaf Test imprint he set up as a vehicle for his productions back in 2022. As usual, what's on offer is a fresh-but-nostalgic set of cuts full of audible nods to heavyweight dancefloor styles of the 90s. The A-side boasts two top-notch takes on 'Vortex': the bleep-and-breaks style sub-heavy shuffle of the 'Stripped Mix' and the early 90s UK techno heaviness of the more expansive 'Busy Mix'. Over on side B, trippy and energy-packed throb-job 'In Your Head' is followed by the moody bass propelled breakbeat house of 'Eyes On You' and the early Orbital-esque excellence of 'Sending'.
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Ohm Series 9
Cat: OHM 009. Rel: 19 Feb 24
Jamie Anderson & Owain K - "Aqua Dub" (7:36)
Francisco Aguado - "Balance" (7:19)
Star Dub - "Forst" (7:03)
Volpe - "Ever Growing" (6:13)
Review: OHM is quickly becoming a quality imprint you can count on for techno and dub techno. The ninth addition in the series, it calls for an excellent blend of composers to balance this EP out. Veteran Jamie Anderson collabs with the brilliant Owain K on opener. The 'Aqua Dub' builds a euphoria for late night smiles. Smooth is an understatement on this linear gem. One artist on here that's been making strong appearances on many dub techno labels is the ever-talented Francisco Aguado. 'Balance' is a great tribal transition track for any DJ who can it creatively to build the means to an end. On the second side, Star Dub offers the very addictive and techy 'Forst'. Ending on a high note, the brisk and flighty 'Ever Growing' by Volpe completes the ninth edition in a rapturous mood. If you like deep techno, the OHM series is a must to collect.
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 in stock $13.21
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Antiposition
Antiposition (LP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: PEAK 19. Rel: 19 Feb 24
Hex (5:33)
Bizarre Servants (5:23)
Antiposition (5:52)
Sunken Skies (5:24)
Diminished Ark (5:30)
Sounding Bodies (7:33)
Review: Peak Oil welcomes UK duo Wrecked Lightship for 'Antiposition', a debut EP on the label from the pair of Laurie Osborne (once known as Appleblim) and Adam Winchester aka Dot Product. The pair refine their sound and bring a range of innovative rhythms here with elements of dub, d&b, tribal sounds and deft sound design across hard-to-define cuts. 'Hex' is a cosmic broken techno trip, 'Bizarre Servants' is a slower and heavier dub and 'Sunken Skies' is prickly and kinetic as it flirts with live sounding drum & bass tropes and 'Diminished Ark' as well as with wispy sine waves, refracted melodies and barely there rhythms.
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 in stock $24.56
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Luminous Machines
Luminous Machines (limited transparent fluorescent pink vinyl 2xLP + download card with 8 additional ambient tracks)
Cat: PLANT43 013LP. Rel: 12 Feb 24
Solar Luminosity (5:16)
Haunting The Depths (5:58)
Luminous Machines (5:47)
Hibernation Base (5:09)
Fixed Point Rotation (6:00)
Alternative Engines (5:29)
Phosphorescent Headlights (6:21)
Inside Is Out (6:14)
Review: Plant43 is the alias of Emile Facey, one of electro's most tireless innovators. He has a vast discography that never fails to prove he can speak through his machines more ably than just about anyone in the game, and certainly within the genre. Luminous Machines comes on his own label and is an album, his eighth in all, of cinematic and futuristic jams written before a gig at Tresor in April this year. 'Haunting The Depths' has an icy minimalism to it, with crisp drums and snappy hits all underpinned by textured bass. The title cut is a restless affair that pings about the stereo field with squiggling lines and loopy breaks and 'Fixed Point Rotation' has a more dark and menacing feel. These are just some of the highlights of another standout collection.

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 in stock $31.67
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A Sides Vol 12 Part III
Cat: DC 293V3. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Hi-Lo - "Submarine" (5:19)
Alex Stein - "Hydra" (6:43)
Marie Vaunt - "Dark Room" (6:24)
Ignacio Arfeli - "Singularity" (6:45)
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A Sides Vol 12 Part 2
Cat: DC 293V2. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Adam Beyer - "Take Me There" (feat DJ Rush - Carl Cox remix) (6:24)
Matt Guy - "Give Me What I Want" (6:16)
ADHS - "2STEP" (6:22)
Kaiserdisco - "Get On The Dancefloor" (6:51)
Review: The big room techno don that is Adam Beyer is back with more potent techno weaponry on his own Drumcode label, this time with part two of the 12th volume of his A-Sides series. His 'Take Me There' is first up in remix form and Carl Cox flips it into a surging peak time roller. Matt Guy's 'Give Me What I Want' is an emotive banger with big synth energy and reverberating vocals while ADHS's '2STEP' hits hard with its flaming drums and trance-y synths. Kaiserdisco then brings dark, stomping warehouse energy to their raved-ready 'Get On The Dancefloor.'
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Andaman EP
Cat: ABT 001. Rel: 26 Feb 24
Kahakai (feat Malie) (6:42)
Jangil (6:07)
Galathea (7:06)
Hinam (6:30)
Review: Sindh combines old and new worlds on his latest mystic hymns, this time kicking off the A-Biotic label with his dark and alluring four-track EP 'Andaman'. He manages to fuse organic and synthetic materials here as he heads down a darkly introspective path where minimal and IDM, dub and techno all collide in mutant form. 'Jangil' is a real standout with its bubbling halftime rhythms and icy synths backed by distant angelic chorals. The bewitching sounds continue on 'Galathea' which rides back and forth on its heels as subtle sines, scurrying synths and menacing pads all interlock before 'Hinam' locks you in a dense synth stasis and loopy sense of lurching rhythm.

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Fragments Of Reality Vol 6
Rhythms Of Prescott - "Three One Two" (7:41)
Aguila - "Dress 2 Sweat" (5:53)
Duowe & Picasso - "Delayed Fizz" (6:45)
Tom Frankel - "Unintended Consequences" (6:55)
Review: The sixth edition of the Luther Vine-curated Fragments Of Reality offers up four new workouts bulging with urgency and style. Upfront and upbeat disco house from Rhythms of Prescott opens the collection like a volcanic eruption, 'Three One Two' being the work of Irish-born, London-based Wizkid, definitely a name to watch out for. 'Dress 2 Sweat' by Aguila follows, with 90s-inspired filtered vocal samples gliding on top of a warm, sun-kissed bassline. Flip it over for 'Delayed Fizz' by Douwe and Picasso with its chiselled grooves and urbanesque electro twists, while the brassy, cheeky 'Unintended Consequences' by Tom Frankel completes the set in style.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $19.54
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Goodbye (Erol Alkan rework)
Cat: PH 133. Rel: 01 Feb 24
Goodbye (Erol Alkan rework) (9:28)
Goodbye (Erol Alkan instrumental rework) (9:29)
Review: A genuinely magical meeting of musical minds, here, as Erol Alkan delivers his interpretations of Chemical Brothers' 'Goodbye', a bleep-speckled slab of soul-seeped electro-breaks first featured on the long-serving duo's 2023 album For That beautiful Feeling. Available in vocal and instrumental mixes, Alkan's revision replaces the pair's electro breaks with a new wave synth-pop-meets-analogue techno groove. Bubbly and melancholic - even more so than the Chems' original version - Alkan's takes also throw in additional lo-fi synth lines, counter melodies and raw, electroclash influenced sounds. It's tasteful and surprisingly poignant whilst still having all the ingredients of a fully fledged peak-time workout.
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 in stock $16.11
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Flares
Flares (12")
Cat: FRO 015. Rel: 22 Feb 24
DJ Nobu - "Flares" (6:28)
Wata Igarashi - "Abuku" (6:15)
Review: DJ Nobu and Wata Igarashi and two of the finest techno talents in all of Japan right now. Their knack for sound designs is seance to none - the latter having a background in that for computer games helps, of course. They have a deep sound that is utterly hypnotic and so to have them together on one record is a treat. It is London's Fabric that has made that so here with them both offering up once cut each. 'Flares' from Nobu goes first and melts the mind in the usual fashion while Igarashi's 'Abuku' is more percussive but no less subversive.
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We Ain't Like Them (feat DJ Bone remix)
Cat: FR 01. Rel: 26 Feb 24
We Ain't Like Them (5:13)
We Ain't Like Them (DJ Bone remix) (6:06)
Bimini Road (4:27)
Vandelay (5:10)
Review: The king is dead, long live the king, as they say - except in this case the late king is DJ Bone's legendary Subject Detroit label, which has now been shuttered after 25 years, and the newly anointed king is his new outlet Further, taken from his Amsterdam parties of the same name. It kicks off with a pair of new EPs on the same day and this is the first from Yeti Mind Tricks. 'We Ain't Like Them' is a hammering Motor City techno cut for the peak time which Bone remixes into a more stripped-back but no less edgy and potent cut. On the flip are 'Bimini Road' and 'Vandelay,' both of which bring stylish techno drenched in machine soul.
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X Ray Zulu
Cat: AX 116. Rel: 25 Jan 24
Just Like A (Vernacular Objects) (7:26)
Transistor Love (4:58)
Peace From The Virgo Cluster (5:06)
Methane Bubbles (5:34)
Review: Jeff Mills is on a serious roll with his Millsart releases, indulging the mystical, jazz-tinted sound of his Every Dog Has Its Day series across a run of 12"s which have included the outstanding Inner Eye, Don't Ask Me Why and Morning Glory in the past year alone. The original version of 'Vernacular Objects' appeared on a 2020 digital release, and now Mills has re-versioned it alongside three new tracks which continue the heady brew of simmering percussive meditation and elevated keys hitting subtle discord and curious harmony interplay for that extra-terrestrial Millsian touch.
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Rulers Of This World
Rulers Of This World (limited 180 gram fern green vinyl 12")
Cat: LPY 15. Rel: 12 Feb 24
Scapegoat (feat Milly James) (5:54)
Scapegoat (Pole rework) (5:13)
Deceivers (6:14)
Believers (5:00)
Review: Lempuyang makes it to release number 15 with a devastatingly deep new EP from Deepchord Records co-founder Mike Schommer. He kicks off with 'Scapegoat' featuring the alluring vocals of Milly James which echo out over super slow-motion dub rhythms and icy pads. The Pole rework brings more crisp hits and distant eerie drones over a more pronounced rhythm but one that remains devilishly sparse. On the flip, 'Deceivers' has more hypotonic drive - a fleshy dub stepper to lock in any 'floor and then 'Believers' slows it down to a crawl once more. An essential dub EP that promises no represses.
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Tags: Dub Techno
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Reptilian Tank (reissue)
Reptilian Tank (reissue) (mustard marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: TRUNCATE 26. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Reptilian Tank
Reptilian Tank (Truncate remix)
Review: DJ Hyperactive's now-defunct Contact was the label that first put out this cult cut from 1996. Some 25 years later it now gets a welcome reissue on Truncate's own self-titled label and features a remix from the techno titan himself. 'Reptilian Tank' gets a breath of new life and a refreshing new remix by label boss Truncate. First up is the original - a head-wrecking, panel-beating techno rave-up with wispy pads and pulsating bass that is full of pent-up energy. The remix is a speedy, stripped-back version that races ahead with all the urgency of a shooting star.
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Gamma Tag
Gamma Tag (CD limited to 150 copies)
Cat: NE 103. Rel: 21 Feb 24
Amnesiac
Every Voice At One
N3N
Gamma Tag
Tick
Profiteer
Stalking Star
Review: Seven arresting, original new exercises from E-Saggila aka Canadian producer Rita Mikhael. She wears her love of dub on her sleeve - see the slow motion skank of 'Amnesiac' aming others - but not in the usual reassuring, bubbling echoes of dub techno, aiming for something much more angular and alarming. "Breaks remain staccato hammers," says the blurb, with maximum accuracy, "and kicks are cast to negate cardiac systems," while the rhythms veer from off kilter to nailed down and the sonics vary from the lush to the caustic. This territory to the left(field) of electronica is over saturated with identikit productions, but Mikhael does it like you've never quite heard before.
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Ceerial Port (reissue)
Cat: WEME 084. Rel: 16 Feb 24
Acid Highway (1:29)
Red DX Acid (4:51)
Acid Whorl (3:28)
Acid Causeway 1 (5:31)
Tough Grugoy Acid (3:35)
Acid Surf Dream (7:40)
Woodlice Acid (4:31)
Review: First released in 2006, 'Ceerial Port' is the ultimate wildcard in the electro profligate Ceephax's towering discography. The seven-or-eight track album does things with the electro form that few of Mr. Jenkinson's contemporaries would dare ever indulge, were it not for this initial fatherly stamp of approval. lead reissue cut 'Acid Whorl' is the foremost case in point, hard-limiting and soft-clipping a cyclonic 'whorlwind' of pitch-whacked acid effluence. Further 8-bit playtimes come in the form of 'Acid Highway' and 'Acid Causeway', recalling the feeling of scouring the outer edges of an Atari Kart game and encountering nothing but rolling, pixelated skies; 'Tough Grugoy Acid' and 'Woodlice Acid' make up the longer wavelengths on the spectrum, stomping and echo-rimshotting to ever-weighty, yet jolly ends.
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COD3QR 016
VARIOUS
Cat: COD3QR 016. Rel: 21 Feb 24
Bel Air Ltd - "City Lights" (6:55)
Tal Fussman - "10247" (4:36)
Jules Wells - "The Clap" (5:14)
Alex Troniq - "Neophile" (4:48)
Fanu - "Piscean" (3:50)
Voltaire - "Regular Disturbances" (5:32)
Carlos Nilmmns - "Old Paris" (6:50)
Inner Ray - "Wahat" (5:16)
Gespielt von: Carlos Nilmmns
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Secret Chamber
Cat: SALON 019. Rel: 15 Feb 24
Secret Chamber (Dark mix) (13:31)
Secret Chamber
Secret Chamber (Pressure dub)
Review: We're not going to apologise for once again declaring our love for the work of UK veteran Steve O'Sullivan. His work in the dub techno sphere is right up there with celebrated Berlin brethren's like Maurizio. This new single 'Secret Chamber' comes on Salon in three different forms. Up first is the Dark Mix which is powered by icy cold hi-hats and drums that flap in a cavernous chamber of warming chords. The original is fuller and comes with some deft paranoid vocal touches and watery droplets of synth while the closing Pressure dub leans into the groove more and has an eerie edge.
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River Songs
Cat: TRULE 025. Rel: 21 Feb 24
Xana (5:56)
Tone Circle (3:47)
River Song (6:02)
Hechicera (4:50)
Review: Al Wootton has always been able to cook up rhythms that are beyond even the wildest dreams of many and now he gets even more weird and esoteric on this fresh 12" on True. The six tracks layer up polyrhythmic hand percussion with sonorous bells and are all brought to life with modular synthesis and deft sound design that takes you deep into a humid jungle where moisture drips from the leaves and psychedelia lurks around every corner. It is both a heady and a heavy trip into worldly and dubby techno rhythms that will leave you feeling keen to hear more from the man.
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Selected Ambient Works 85-92
Cat: AMB 3922LP. Rel: 24 Oct 19
Xtal (4:51)
Tha (9:02)
Pulsewidth (3:48)
Ageispolis (5:21)
I (1:12)
Green Calx (6:05)
Heliosphan (4:50)
We Are The Music Makers (7:45)
Schottkey 7th Path (5:02)
Ptolemy (7:14)
Hedphelym (6:04)
Delphium (5:27)
Actium (7:36)
Review: In line with the timely reappraisal of all things R&S related, the resurgent Apollo have seen the opportunity to bring one of their most celebrated records back for another round. Aphex Twin's ambient recordings mature magnificently with age, sounding ever richer and more emotive as the rest of electronic music continues to play catch up all around. From the gentle breakbeats of "Xtal" to the aquatic techno lure of "Tha", the airy rave of "Pulsewidth" to the heartwrenching composition of "Ageispolis", every track is a perennial example of how far ambient techno could reach even back then. It's just that no-one quite had the arm-span of Richard D. James.
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Brutus
Brutus (CD)
Cat: SSCD 17. Rel: 12 Feb 24
The Birth
The Spirit
The Death
The Ascension
Pipe Bomb
Body Blow
Zodiak
The Gooch
Review: Specter remains a steadfast pillar among the select artists on Theo Parrish's esteemed Sound Signature label. His latest album, Brutus, reaffirms the trust placed in him, delivering a distinct blend of house sounds. In this CD version, Specter masterfully fuses synthetic and organic elements, echoing the signature style of Parrish. Much like Parrish's own compositions, the house sounds on Brutus exhibit a harmonious blend of weathered, rustic tones and vibrant, futuristic visions. Specter injects profound meaning into his melodies, and the drums, whether subtle and elusive or bold and confrontational, consistently captivate, locking listeners into the rich tapestry of his grooves.
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WITNESS 05
Cat: WITNESS 05. Rel: 23 Feb 24
Priori - "Weight" (6:38)
Eversines - "Vigilance" (6:31)
O FourtyFour - "Bustlin' Monk" (5:08)
Reflex Blue - "J2PX" (4:43)
Review: One Eye Witness is mostly known for doing reissues of treasured 90s breakbeat, techno and trance under the name Kalahari Oyster Cult but this outlet under their name is for new music. Similar to the previous, the fifth edition is a compilation with submissions from different artists around the world. Starting out the EP is the Montreal producer Priori with the very atmospheric 'Weight'. Those who follow the label, know that every release will get a bit of trance and sure enough, Eversines deliver with wicked 'Vigilance'. For the second side, the 'Bustlin' Monk' by O Fourtyfour, bounces along with a trippy, broken, electro groove. Lastly, 'J2PX' by Reflex Blue is a sick, robotic funker that we expect to get a lot of attention by those who get this record. You can always expect some excellent music from One Eye Witness.
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Back Then I Didn't But Now I Do
Cat: INC 026. Rel: 14 Feb 24
Crystal Eyes (3:47)
Luna Dance (3:24)
Float (4:35)
Level Skip (3:51)
Live (3:40)
Dream Reality (2:14)
Hold & Release (4:56)
Slip (5:22)
Run It (4:52)
Hearing Colors (3:35)
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Legendary EP
Cat: AA 004. Rel: 21 Feb 24
Whassup! (6:18)
Inner Self (Loner 9 edit) (5:10)
Sparkles (5:46)
Inner Self (6:21)
Review: It is always said of Orlando Voorn that he has long since provided the link between Detroit techno and its European counterparts. This Legendary EP - brave but in his case excusable to call an EP that - comes on Abstract Audio and once again reaffirms that trans-Atlantic musical bridge. 'Whassup!' kicks off with pulsing synths and fractured vocals over percussive techno drums. 'Inner Self' (Loner 9 edit) slips into more deep and mysterious and dubby liquid techno and 'Sparkles' then gets you on your toes with brilliantly wispy synth flashes peeling off a subtle and suggestive rhythm. 'Inner Self' brings some loopy funk and early Chicago house vibes to a nice late-night cut.
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38
A Sides Vol 12 Part I
Cat: DC 293V1. Rel: 13 Feb 24
Danny Avila - "My Crew" (feat Flowdan) (5:04)
Simina Grigoriu - "Flight Tracker" (6:14)
Adam Beyer - "Heading South" (6:25)
LAAT - "The Age Of Juno" (6:05)
Review: Mighty European powerhouse Drumcode rolls out more of its techno tsunamis here with part one of the 12th volume of its A Sides collection. The boss himself, Adam Beyer, offers up one of the biggest cuts - 'Heading South' is a surging, straight-up techno weapon rippled with deft synths that ever forever on the move. Danny Avila's 'My Crew' (feat Flowdan) is built on a foundation of earth-shattering kicks and rolling bass with hellish stabs and vocal fragments making for an intense atmosphere, and Simina Grigoriu's 'Flight Tracker' is the sort of quick-moving techno sound to lock you into a trance. Add in LAAT's 'The Age Of Juno' (oi oi!) and you have a very useful and high impact EP of contemporary techno.
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Essential Memories EP Part V
Jacobworld - "Fixed"
Paul Ritch - "La Defense 97"
Lucass P - "Cold Soldier"
Conrad Van Orton - "New Devotion"
RUIZ OSC1 - "Moderate"
Rebecca Delle Piane - "Wearing Boxers As A Woman"
Sons Of Hidden - "Mystery Of Vibrate" (feat Manuelita)
Chontane - "Angora"
Dynamic Forces - "If She"
Augusto Taito - "Awareness"
Jacobworld - "Intent"
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40
Dimension Intrusion (reissue)
Dimension Intrusion (reissue) (2xLP in spot-varnished sleeve (indie exclusive))
Cat: WARPLP 12R. Rel: 09 Nov 23
A New Day (3:54)
FU (7:45)
Slac (3:19)
Dimension Intrusion (4:04)
Substance Abuse (5:10)
Train-Trac 1 (6:27)
Another Time (Revisited) (6:24)
Theychx (13:13)
UVA (8:07)
Mantrax (8:01)
Nitedrive (3:27)
Into The Space (5:10)
Logikal Nonsense (1:16)
Review: Richie Hawtin's early music was undoubtedly a product of his surroundings in Windsor (the Canadian one) and Detroit, but over time a more European dimension to his sound emerged which naturally aligned with the developments taking place at Warp. When the Artificial Intelligence series came together, Hawtin's approach was certainly tipped more towards techno in the American sense of the word, but his pointillist beats and synth sequences on Dimension Intrusion slotted in comfortably between Speedy J, Polygon Window and Autechre. Not just a horizontal home listening affair, there's plenty of rave teeth to tracks like 'F.U.' and 'Substance Abuse', as he demonstrated his gift for telling vivid, narcotic stories with the 303 and 909. Now, the album has finally remastered and reissued, sounding the best it ever has and released alongside a new edition of Speedy J's equally seminal Ginger.
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Overcome/Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)
Cat: TR 11:11. Rel: 21 Apr 23
Overcome (9:00)
Lady Science (NYC Sunrise) (9:22)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Trelik returns with a repackaged edition of one of the catalogue's most treasured releases. "Overcome" and "Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)" need little introduction, and now come sporting the new TR11:11 matrix number. Written and produced by Thomas Melchior and Baby Ford aka Soul Capsule, these tracks came from one of the many sessions recorded at the West London Ifach Studio in 1999. On the A Side "Overcome" is stripped back and energetic, driven by rolling and shuffling garage style beats, tight bubbling bass and atmospheric synth pads. The intermittent vocal samples and the release's signature organ set you up for the flip, "Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)". Possibly one of house music's most emotive pieces, the track builds slowly with the introduction of each part building a story of soulful optimism based around a sparse palette of deep synths, uplifting keys and warm analogue bass. The understated beauty of the main vocal riff never seems to grow old or tired with the track lending itself perfectly to either main room, peak-time play or after-hours sessions alike. Remastered by Rashad at D & M.
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Fast Fists Fest
Fast Fists Fest (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: ANSIA 007. Rel: 23 Feb 24
Hassan Abou Alam - "Ma3rafsh" (5:27)
Toupaz - "Bona Fide" (5:24)
Oyubi - "Tomy’s Siren" (4:17)
YaMA - "Vroom" (4:37)
EQ Why - "Juke Lil Ma" (feat Traxman) (4:28)
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Sim 01/Trance Textures 2
Cat: SB 004. Rel: 09 Feb 24
Planetoide (6:03)
Loopy Tune (5:45)
Subterranean Express (5:58)
Encountings (7:25)
Review: Roland Klinkenberg is back on Late Night Burners with his Sim o1/Trance Textures 2 EP and does a fine job of hooking you in form the first beat. 'Planetoide' is warm, surging tech house with an underlapping bassline to die for. 'Loopy Tune' is a different proposition with a much more bumpy and playful rhythm full of bounce and 'Encountings' closes down with the more teary eyed and trance-tinged euphoria of the whole EP. In between is the raw, stripped back 'Subterranean Express' to make for a fourth different tune in this fine and varied package.
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Tags: 90s House
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Y01
Y01 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: XYY 01. Rel: 29 Nov 21
Track 1 (6:53)
Track 2 (5:54)
Track 3 (5:03)
Review: Having just made a splash with a 12" of adventurous leftfield techno, Intercepts simultaneously emerges as an inventive force in the field of electro too. Again, we get three shadowy producers stepping out at a mean clip, with 'Track 1' running faster than average and revelling in razor sharp edits that split the difference between braindance, d&b and machine funk and come up with dark, sinewy gold. 'Track 2' eschews the kicks and works a few more melodic elements into the mix for a starry-eyed piece with an underlying spookiness. Then 'Track 3' locks into something much more upfront with a chunky lead hook and satisfyingly dirty drums. There's serious flex in the synth work here, suggesting someone that may have been honing their craft for some time already. Electro heads take note - this is something different.
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Concept
Concept (12")
Cat: ANCPT 008. Rel: 30 Jan 24
Concept 1 (5:48)
Concept 2 (6:14)
Concept 3 (6:10)
Concept 3 (Convextion remix) (7:26)
Review: Russian label Analog Concept keeps on rolling out these sublime deep techno excursions and behind this one is ReKaB, who has truly impressed with a frankly mad amount of music on labels like Intellitronic Bubble, Moatun 7, NightFlight and Fourier Transform. 'Concept 1' here has far sighted feels - pads that disappear to infinity and convey a deep sense of space over subtle minimal rhythms. 'Concept 2' is a bright, disco-tinged electro cut and 'Concept 3' is then sophisticated astral electro with lithe lines and rubbery bass. The Convextion remix adds some weight and makes it into a voyaging techno cut full of movement.
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Caged (feat Hardfloor remix)
Caged (feat Hardfloor remix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIS 324. Rel: 20 Sep 21
Caged
Caged (Hardfloor remix)
Curvature
Replicants
Review: 20/20 Vision present the debut release from Manchester based artists Armec. Following releases for Cultivated Electronics and Furthur Electronix, the Caged EP hits the ground running - with a record that spans heavy club-ready electro and futuristic soundscapes. Complete with a hefty remix from German acid connoisseurs Hardfloor.

'Caged' sucks us down the rabbit hole with dense textures fortified by an infectious groove, vast pads, and bubbling synth lines. The Hardfloor remix of 'Caged' submerges us into an acidic electro trip - fuelled by quirky melodic licks, a menacing low-end and body shaking drums.

On the flip side 'Curvature' is an out-and-out understated bomb. Propelled by a squelching, supercharged bassline which soars over Armec's signature textural landscape, it's reinforced by razor sharp hats and a heavy kick-drum. 'Replicants' is a side-winding, emotionally charged cut that feels truly fresh and forward-thinking. Deep, luscious pads are underpinned by a superbly engineered break-beat driven groove.

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Gespielt von: Wes Baggaley
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47
Tour De France
Cat: 020146. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Tour De France (French version)
Tour De France (remix)
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The Man With The Red Face
Cat: F 119/1370119130. Rel: 21 Sep 00
The Man With The Red Face (original mix)
The Man With The Red Face (Svek remix)
The Man With The Red Face (Funk D Void remix)
 in stock $9.49
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Rotating Assembly
Rotating Assembly (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: OMNIA 03. Rel: 27 Jun 23
V/Eight (6:52)
Equiponderance (5:10)
Engine Vibration (6:38)
Enfield (6:04)
Review: The man best known as Convextion assumes his ERP aka Event Related Potential alias for four more next level cuts that find him pushing his electro electronics ever more into the future. 'V/Eight' opens with a melancholic bassline under busy drum programming to get things going. 'Equiponderance' is more complex with squirming electronics, more hefty bass notes and serene background pads adding a third dimension. 'Engine Vibration' is a more gritty mix of busy analogue machinery and star-gazing chords then 'Enfield' closes with optimistic sonics and propulsive bouncy bass to end this cosmic cruise on a high.
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A Beladen Date 4 Ever
Cat: TR 036. Rel: 27 Nov 23
A Beladen Date 4 Ever (10:44)
Transport Fighter (9:43)
Review: Baby Ford's Trelik label is as revered as they come in underground circles. Ion Ludwig is not far behind when it comes to his productions and so the two are a perfect match who reunite once more here. This fresh 12" kicks off with the brain cleansing minimalism of 'A Beladen Date 4 Ever', a silky groove doused in harmonic chords, with swirling pads and rubbery bass all tightly intertwining. 'Transport Fighter' is a more punchy cut with thudding kicks and heftier bass, but still a nebulous eco-system of pads and melodies swirling around up top. Two killer cuts. no doubt.
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