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Givers & Takers
Givers & Takers (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: RAR 007. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Givers & Takers (4:51)
Eat Dirt (4:55)
A Moment Lost (4:44)
3PM (6:44)
Review: Valerie Ace solidifies her rising status in techno with her third vinyl EP, 'Givers & Takers', on her Hardwon imprint. The title track sets an ominous tone with a slow breakbeat and interlocking percussion, building tension before a heavy bass climax. 'Eat Dirt' lives up to its name, switching between breaks and straight sections to pound the floor with relentless intensity. 'A Moment Lost' wastes no time, charging out of the gates with rapidly evolving snares and filtered bass punches driving the track over atmospheric background sounds. The afternoon or afterhours vibe of '3PM' is enhanced by seasick synth layers contrasting against malignant drums, creating a sense of uncertainty. Each of the four tracks offers a hard-hitting techno experience, showcasing Valerie Ace's skill in crafting intense workouts. Givers & Takers confirms her premier place in contemporary techno and this EP is a great example to her ability to push boundaries and keep the energy high on the dancefloor.
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Ready Player One EP
Cat: CLUSTER 102. Rel: 11 Jul 24
Ready Player One (6:14)
Filthbox (6:59)
Fusion (6:41)
Quadro Electrico (4:12)
Review: Acerbic makes a triumphant return following two acclaimed EPs of cutting-edge acid techno sounds on his EPs Acid Artists In Action and Stay Up Forever, which have become known for shaking DJ sets by Perc, Choci, Chris Liberator, and others. This release sees a departure from the iconic 303s to embrace throbbing, wiry techno grooves across four tracks. His latest offering showcases fast-paced, gritty warehouse techno of the highest calibre, and it is already generating buzz among those fortunate enough to have been sent the test pressings.
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My Dub
My Dub (limited grey marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: SYNCRO 48. Rel: 03 Jul 24
My House (4:54)
My Dub (6:02)
No Vacancy (5:03)
No Vacancy (Skudge remix) (5:34)
Review: Andres Klein is Ackerman, and My Dub is his fresh new platter on Syncrophone. It's a classy fusion of minimal, house and tech with, as the title suggests, dubby undercurrents. 'My House' is first up and comes with some gospel inspired vocal stabs over slamming drums. The title cut is more techno leaning, with tough percussion and chords smeared all over the beats. 'No Vacancy' then brings some grit and menace with its coarse surfaces and prickly hits. Last of all, 'No Vacancy' gets a remix from Swedish techno stylist Skudge who smooths things out into pristine loops that roll with great dynamics.
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Electro Aerial
Cat: CLUT 007. Rel: 18 Jul 24
Alric Aerial - "Gaga Saso" (5:42)
Alric Aerial - "Tough Cuts" (5:26)
Electrodynamique - "We Are The City" (5:08)
Electrodynamique - "Night Life" (6:04)
Review: Clut deliver a specialised clout-glut with a fresh split EP from rising artist Alric Aerial, who here teams up with yet another artist who's so far flown under the label's radar - Electrodynamique. Here the pair deliver four electro-dancefloor tracks primed for every situation: sleazy bar, backlit festival stage, ironic doomsday scenario, you name it. This EP's cascading sixteenths flow like metallic droplets, their acid lines and FM blurps splurging forth with increasing restlessness and impertinence, and decreasing self-control. Particularly squelchy is Aerial's 'Tough Cuts', which moves trigger-happy on the cutoff filter whilst dungeon-bound sine tones splay across the top edges of the track, like ectoplasms left behind after a string of Zeno's paradoxes have been solved. 'We Are The City' by Electrodynamique indulges a final emery note, abrading its curveball electro mix to a grinding, apocalyptic oblivion.
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Blue Road
Blue Road (12")
Cat: TL 009. Rel: 27 Jun 24
Blue Road (6:14)
Strength (5:45)
Forced Transition (6:08)
Prevention (6:36)
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Red Lights EP
Red Lights EP (translucent red vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: ACQ 016. Rel: 02 Jul 24
Red Lights (5:14)
Eternity (4:22)
Rattle (3:35)
Metal Mikey (4:55)
Commodities (4:59)
Review: Ibrahim Alfa Jnr has been making and releasing techno ever since he was just 17 years of age. At that time he had already been playing piano for over a decade and since then he has secured a master's degree in the sonic arts. He is a live act and DJ who has played across the world and now lands on the Swiss label Acquit Records. This new and translucent red 12" opens with the sonorous bells and drones of 'Red Lights' over crispy, metallic, broken techno drums. 'Eternity' is another brash bit of broken beat techno, 'Rattle' does just that and 'Metal Mikey' cuts loose on some spangled synths and tribal drumming. 'Commodities' is a low-key drum track that will make 'floors jack.
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Verlucent
Verlucent (12")
Cat: OS 005. Rel: 18 Jul 24
Waves (5:31)
Third Wind (6:19)
Serenese (5:53)
Verlucent (7:29)
Review: By far one of the most inventive deep techno releases we've encountered in recent years - one that can no less still command the pace and expectations of a driven dancefloor - Ahmet Altinbas blows us away with 'Verlucent'. We'd hazard a guess that 'verlucent' is a portmanteau of 'vermillion' and 'translucent', but the irony is - and we're sure anyone with synaesthesia can attest to this - that this one ripples a brilliant blue, not a virulent cinnabar red. Perhaps Altinbas can set the record straight; whatever the case, opener 'Waves' is a fantastic track, seeming to sinusoidally collapse the many Thames barriers blocking off sound wave and ocean wave with its squeezy top-end ebullitions, which sound like bubble and froth collecting on the top layer of a tide. Second only to this is 'Serenese', which captures a push-pull groove through hotly restrained hats and marred backing pads, suggesting an unbreathable but beautiful ocean voyage. Sub-dirged.
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The Renegade
The Renegade (limited tranlucent orange marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: SPSERIES 003. Rel: 27 Jun 24
The Renegade (5:23)
The Jam (5:23)
Review: Planet Rhythm's back with its special series and the third instalment is another techno trip into another dimension. Toni Alvarez is the man on the buttons and for the opener 'The Renegade' he pairs panel-beating 90s techno drum loops with classic 90s dance samples to make for something equally intense, nostalgic and futuristic. 'The Jam' is expertly designed techno with pristine hi-hats and hurried kicks all superbly well defined, smooth yet powerful, with another 90s vocal dropped in for some extra throwback fun up top. Two brilliant bangers.
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Chi Gofti? Nagi Jayi!
Cat: PGS 019. Rel: 16 Jul 24
Dorehami Melo (7:32)
Tu Jaddeh (Savaarkhaar) (4:44)
Raghs E Ghalamou (6:23)
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Moment To Breath EP
Cat: PRRUKBLK 106. Rel: 27 Jun 24
Moment To Breath (5:45)
Conditions (4:43)
Right Here (4:55)
Exodus (5:39)
Review: Arkvs presents his latest record for Planet Rhythm, 'Moment To Breath', capturing the essence of the function of the human lungs in a short, waxen pulmonary burst. The emotive range of techno lends it many capabilities: for example, it can either provide the sense of filling the space, or it can provide a kind affective vacuum in which people might chill; Arkvs knows this instinctively to be the case, fusing the titular breathing room with a nonetheless extended motive to dance. 'Moment To Breath' (not breathe, apparently) plays up the purely roomy under-movements of techno, leaving much headroom for our excesses of somatic energies to fill the gaps; 'Conditions' carries out some of this work, working in a comparatively percussive modular drum sequence; 'Exodus' is the most jam-packed, but still conserves its 'breathing room' with thoracic stabs and bronchitic bursts. Is it possible to relax while dancing? Yes. Take a breather, but don't stop moving.
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27 33
27 33 (12")
Cat: PRRUKBLK 2733. Rel: 18 Jul 24
ARKVS - "Endorphine" (6:02)
ARKVS - "Forever Is Never" (6:27)
Edit Select - "Quatro" (6:23)
Edit Select - "Loophole" (6:28)
Review: Planet Rhythm is back once again, this time with a wicked split EP featuring two top techno talents. ARKVS takes care of the A-side with the low-key and deep techno buzz of 'Endorphine' and then the floating drum loops and minimal sound designs of 'Forever Is Never'. Edit Select keeps similar quiet but potent styles alive with his sparse and moody techno roller 'Quatro' while last of all is 'Loophole'. This one has rattling train-on-track style percussive sounds and deeply buried sub-bass all making for a journey as heady as it is physical.
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Neon Affair
Cat: HARMONY 015. Rel: 24 Jul 24
Neon Affair (5:26)
Sentient (6:02)
Space To Come (6:01)
Point Nemo (5:41)
Gespielt von: Evan Michael
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Built In (reissue)
Cat: TR 038. Rel: 22 Jul 24
Built In (7:35)
All That Nothing (7:00)
Plaza (6:12)
Review: Baby Ford is back being reissued again and we couldn't be happier about it. Few have ever matched the matter levels he achieved when it comes to deep minimal and tech house fusions. This latest on his own Trelik takes the form of three classic cuts from two much sought-after EPs - Built In and All That Nothing. The title cut is a shimmering and sublime fusion of rubbing low ends and icy hi-hats. 'All That Nothing' then picks up the pace with more dub influences and swaying drums and 'Plaza' has a tech house edge that makes for more driving grooves.
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Luzyca Bambaataa/Graef
Luzyca Bambaataa/Graef (cassette + MP3 download code limited to 100 copies)
Cat: UVMC 05. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Luzyca Bambaataa - "Live In Nochten" (22:20)
Graef - "Gaival" (5:35)
Graef - "Haunting Voyage" (9:54)
Graef - "R0GU3 D3L4M41N" (3:01)
Graef - "Solifuge" (5:59)
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Gamma Ray Bursts
Cat: STEP 12. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Fatzer (4:23)
Caliente (4:52)
NOP8 (4:10)
Omuera Bamba (4:19)
Review: Batenko's Gamma Ray Bursts on Step Ball Chain Holland is a club-centric EP that highlights the French maestro's distinctive sound. This release is a four-track feast of forward-thinking techno, bass, and unexpected dance delights. 'Fatzer' stands out with its high-energy minimal techno, paying homage to mid-90s techno with breakbeat influences. This track is a vibrant nod to an era where breaks reigned supreme. Other highlights include: 'Omuera Bamba' that blends techno, house and fun, delivering an energetic and eclectic mix that embodies Batenko's flirty, freaky mastery. Each track in Gamma Ray Bursts is laden with tweaked tools, locked grooves, and momentary euphoria for dance addicts and a favorite among DJs worldwide.





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Video Siren (remixes)
Cat: BEK 061. Rel: 16 Jul 24
Video Siren (Remco Beekwilder remix) (5:27)
Video Siren (Clouds remix) (4:44)
Video Siren (Anne remix) (4:55)
Video Siren (Mark Broom remix) (4:29)
Review: Techno veteran Gary Beck returns to our attention with a reissue of his 2012 underground hit 'Video Siren', reminding the listener of how UK techno is done properly. Returning to his own BEK Audio imprint, the track now hears three new, impeccably chosen mixes from among Beck's favourite technoicians: Clouds, Anne and Mark Broom. A lineup made in heaven, the first of these three brings to the track their patented fright-fugs and frigid sound-frays to the fore, marring it in a boundless but no less well-balanced bed of grit-texture. Anne and Mark Broom do similarly as much, but the former artist prefers to pitch down Beck's original vocal sample work for a gender-bending, murmurative undergird, while the latter prefers instead to autopan and phase-delay said vox all around, while indulging a classic pre-drop filterpassed kick tease.
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Negative Velocity
Cat: KSPAN 001. Rel: 25 Jun 24
Negative Velocity (8:19)
Diabolical Embroidery (6:30)
Deep Sea State (4:36)
Review: Bezier's Negative Velocity EP marks the launch of their new German-based label Korperspannung. Formerly a Californian artist and now a Berlin resident, Bezier has a career spanning nearly two decades, from illuminating the Honey Soundsystem collective to releasing on Dark Entries records. Known for weaving diverse cultural influences, lifelong music enthusiast Robert Yang collaborates with Bay Area drummer Dave Easlick here as live drum recordings morph into curves and ellipses to shape a multi-dimensional landscape. Tracks like 'Diabolical Embroidery' and 'Deep Sea State' showcase Easlick's drumming prowess and infused with Bezier's melodic craftsmanship, reflect a meticulous working collaboration.
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Find Your Own Meaning (remixes)
Cat: SYMLP 01RMX. Rel: 04 Jul 24
The Payback (James Ruskin mix) (6:00)
Gonna Remember (album mix) (5:49)
Chemistry (Ryan Elliott remix) (6:36)
No Matter When (12" edit) (5:08)
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Coeur De Glace
Coeur De Glace (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: DKO 34. Rel: 05 Jul 24
Binary Digit - "U Want Dis" (5:58)
Fasme - "Morning" (4:13)
GGGG - "La Cueillette" (5:31)
Mud Deep & Sans Qui - "Mesonyx" (5:21)
Review: Coeur De Glace on DKO Records (DKO 34) delivers four fantastic electro tracks, each with unique influences and directions. Side-1 kicks off with Binary Digit's 'U Want Dis,' an exuberant, high-energy track that pays homage to old-school rave with its lively vocal samples. Fasme's 'Morning' follows, blending smooth electro with soft keys and a whimsical AFX melody for a perfect combination. Side-2 features GGGG's 'La Cueillette,' a feel-good, fun and melodic electro tune. The EP concludes with Mud Deep & Sans-Qui's 'Mesonyx,' offering IDM goodness reminiscent of Rephlex, Squarepusher, and AFX. Coeur De Glaceis a vibrant and diverse collection, sure to delight fans of electro and techno.
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Headlong Into Relief EP
Headlong Into Relief EP (12" + insert + sticker limited to 100 copies)
Cat: WSR LWBME1. Rel: 01 Jul 24
Dust Devil (5:37)
Etched Alive (6:03)
Tumble (5:22)
Deep Shear (5:05)
Review: London-based Lewi Boome brings his class to this new release on Well Street, strictly limited to just 100 copies so you better act fast! 'Dust Devil' opens with a deft touch - the pinging synth lines and airy drum loops suspending you in a tripped-out world of futurism. That cerebral style continues through the lithe and elegant, dubbed-out rhythms of 'Etched Alive' and the more unsettling moods of jungle-techno cut 'Tumble', complete with distant bird calls and humid pads. 'Deep Shear' rounds out with a little more low-end grit as the fourth and final cut on a superb EP.
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REZ 29TWENTYNINE
Cat: REZ 29TWENTYNINE. Rel: 17 Jul 24
Mobius Trip (8:03)
Below The Belt (6:39)
D Ya Want Business (7:59)
Jazz Stretch (7:43)
Review: Border Patrol (Stu Adam) brings his talents to Rezpektiva, who gladly represent his first and only EP for the 29th edition of their EPs series. Originally recorded for Middlesboro's Tumblin' Records in the mid 90s and released only in small quantities, the EP displays a canny sense of variety in painting pictures of house music's many possible worlds. The hilariously named 'Mobius Trip' leads the way, trailblazing a fiery string of pitched-up synths and watery stabs in its wake; the more experimental of the bunch, 'D'ya Want Business', is our favourite, bringing pure lowpassed kicks, infectious two-tone electroclash-ish basslines, and what sound like computer keyboard and lasershot sound effects into one heady cyberspatial stew.
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Tags: 90s House
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Tribeless Gathering
Tribeless Gathering (2xLP limited to 200 copies)
Cat: CIV 065. Rel: 27 Jun 24
Hop Kweng (6:17)
Change Yourself (4:52)
Music Bay (5:27)
Elevation (4:51)
Hold Tight (4:10)
Traceroute (6:02)
Turdnadoe (4:21)
Court Jester (6:17)
Chopping Block (4:14)
Pinball Marinara (3:54)
Changa Hill (5:17)
Review: Tribeless Gathering is the name of UK producer Michael Anthony Wright, whose stylistic succession has heard him segway all the way from disco-funk through to experimental music and progressive rock. A real multifaceted artist! His latest sonic moot, Tribeless Gathering, bears no resemblance to the former item on this list, instead coming as a smattering of breakbeat and electro uplifts, often polyrhythmic, always riveting. These tracks strobe with the intensity of a darkened hallucinatory chamber, holding no bars on the twin fronts of sizzling hi-tech synthwork and gut-punchy drumwork, yet concurrently recalling a sort of abstract geometrical sound, of the same kinds as we might 'see' when sensorially elated. Whether one can find one's tribe without resorting to tribalism remains to be seen, but this is the kind of music that transcends titles, bringing motifs from breakbeat hardcore and trance, to neurofunk and bubblegum, under a single banner.
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Planet INI
Cat: UNFOLD 001. Rel: 18 Jul 24
Planet I-N-I (4:20)
Night Out (feat Roger Robinson) (3:55)
Review: Polish label Moonshine Recordings kicks off a new series that is helmed for the first time by Bukkha. It's a potent two tracker that opens with 'Planet I-N-I' which is a heavily dubbed out cut with bottomless subs and ice cold hits, tons of reverb and ricochetting sounds as well as some dub-wise vocals that drift in and out to heady effect. On the flip side is 'Night Out' (feat Roger Robinson), another smooth, serene and hypnotic dub techno cut marbled with static and vinyl crackle as well as some pensive words from Robinson. Both of these need to be heard as loud as can be for maximum impact.
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Shot At Glory
Shot At Glory (1-sided yellow vinyl 12" limited to 150 copies)
Cat: GLR 001. Rel: 28 Jun 24
Shot At Glory (3:15)
Tags: Euro House
 in stock $20.99
Get House
Get House (12")
Cat: DEFCLAS 006. Rel: 11 Jul 24
Get House (Josh Wink interpretation) (7:18)
Get House (acappella Tool) (2:56)
Get House (Remaster) (10:06)
Review: Not everyone 'gets' house. First, there are those who dismiss it as mindless 4x4 schlock; then, even amongst those who ostensibly enjoy the moods that the genre lays down, there are still individuals who fail to appreciate the subtleties that glue the spaces between the beats, or the musicality that holds the tunes together as opposed the lacks thereof that might make them flop. Whatever the case, Calisto's Definitive Classic (TM) 'Get House' is an ahead-of-its-time house pioneers' artifact, coming as an early example of what some might call tech house, albeit nowadays most would simply assume is acid or breakbeat. Indeed, to truly be able to appreciate the differences betweem genres, you have to just, you know, kinda, just 'get it'.
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Mechanical Dances Part 1
Mechanical Dances Part 1 (180 gram magenta vinyl LP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: MEGA 07. Rel: 05 Jul 24
Mechanical Dances (5:53)
Bodies, Plants & Lacan (3:44)
Clickbait Dance (3:21)
Heroiam Slava (5:43)
Body Is Not There Anymore (5:31)
It's Fun Time (5:12)
David J (4:40)
Rim Job (4:04)
Review: Candido aka. Luis Schiebeler lays down eight darkwave / Italo numbers for Spain's Oraculo Records as part of their extended EPs series - Megabreakz. The seventh addition to the sonic saga is a hearty, circuit-bent dancefloor haunter, marking the 'inaugural chapter of a two-part epic' by Candido, which promises a journey spanning everything from EBM to new beat to rave breaks. Wherever you place 'Mechanical Dances Part 1' on this vast stylistic continuum, the fact remains that Candido's approach to the post-industrial dance form is as psyche-imprinting as it is floor-denting, often nodding to the profound (sometimes dissociative) experiences common to frequenting such a scene. Peppered throughout - if you know where to find them - are repetitive lyrical mantras, alluding to everything from OOB experiences to controversial French psychoanalysts.
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Introducing
Cat: ACQ 0015. Rel: 02 Jul 24
Arian Cerddor - "Flyswatter" (7:14)
Niels Jensen - "Oasis" (6:28)
Diego - "Import" (6:45)
Sevn - "Angelic" (7:32)
Review: This EP first arrived back in 2001 on the legendary Swiss label Acquit. It's a favourite of underground heads who appreciated it futuristic electro and techno styles and so now all these years later is getting a repress. It sounds as good as ever, with the thumping kick drums and sparse chords of Niels Jensen's 'Oasis' opening up in blistering physical fashion. Diego's 'Import' then roll on a more liquid and dubby rhythm and Sevn's 'Angelic' is a masterful bit of booming drums programming that is thrilling stripped back but inescapably effective.
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Intrinsic Drive
Cat: MR 015. Rel: 18 Jul 24
Dopamine Rush (5:27)
Intrinsic Drive (5:11)
For Marco (4:32)
Steady Pace (4:18)
Greedy Man (4:42)
Review: Swiss artist Chlar's last EP Optimized Grooves was a standout success across the techno world and it marked a significant step for the fast-rising producer after fine outings on labels like Iceland's NIX and Stranger's Self Reflektion imprint. His full-throttle style is continually evolving as his latest offering, the Intrinsic Drive EP shows. 'Dopamine Rush' kicks off with fast techno beats and hypnotic synths, 'Intrinsic Drive' weaves tightly packed drums, bass, and alien sound designs, 'For Marco' intensifies with darker kicks and eerie synths, while 'Steady Pace' adds swing with crisp hits and vocal fragments. 'Greedy Man' offers industrial undertones with skewed synths to end on yet another stylish banger.
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The Nu Life LP
Cat: FAITHBEAT 08. Rel: 09 Jul 24
Outta Phase (5:39)
Locked Groove 1 (0:19)
Bluescreen (6:31)
Super Solar (6:30)
Locked Groove 2 (0:15)
Keystrokez (6:06)
Nu Life (5:50)
Locked Groove 3 (0:17)
Fade Away (5:35)
Mrs Sync (2:30)
Infinite Resonance (6:52)
Coded Whispers (7:11)
Review: Christian AB's 'Nu Life' is a curious record indeed; a wonky mixture of detuned, faded sonic clotted-creams and sunset refractions shone off car bonnets; such are the images it conjures. From the opening glut of wonky rhythmatics and rotary-cabinet choruses of 'Outta Phase' - on which the artist playfully, nominally teases the listener by references to the track's tasteful stereo out-phasing - to the juddering solar flare that is 'Bluescreen', on which bunsen burners flagrate hot to the point of a dazzling blue flame - this is an EP of evidently solar-spiritual jams, reminiscent of a persona that finds its core inspiration somewhere between Hieroglyphic Being and Roy Of The Ravers.
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INNATE 007
Cat: INN8 007. Rel: 22 Jul 24
Tom Churchill - "Known Unknowns" (edit) (6:21)
Rai Scott - "Suasion" (6:57)
Curved Space - "Reverie" (7:08)
Jorge Caiado - "Floating Without Lifting" (6:38)
Review: Bristol's cultured Innate label is back with a first outing of the year and it returns to their various artists format with a mix of talents all making their mark. UK veteran Tom Churchill opens up with 'Unknown Unknowns (Edit)', which brings plenty of fuzzy and lo-fi aesthetic to jacked up drums and spaced-out pads. Rai Scott then shows her class with 'Suasion' that sinks down deep into immersive drums and is subtly lit up with simmering strings. Innate co-founders Owain K and Gilbert then hook-up under their brand new alias Curved Space and showcase their love of electro with 'Reverie,' a dreamy cut that glows with nice celestial melodies and will have dance floors in a zoned-out state. Last of all it's Lisbon mainstay Jorge Caiado who debuts with the chord-laced 'Floating Without Lifting,' a sophisticated and serene jazz-techno cut that takes you to the stars.


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Sonic Surge
Sonic Surge (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SUBL 015. Rel: 18 Jul 24
Sonic Surge (5:18)
Echoes Of Eternity (5:41)
Subsonic (5:10)
In The End There Is Hope (5:57)
Review: Cirkle's debut EP Sonic Surge on Sublunar Records, curated by Sciahri, is a shinning example to his talent in timeless techno. Hailing from Greece and known for his work with Sk11, Cirkle brings a deeply personal touch to his sound. The EP opens with 'Sonic Surge,' a sharp and compelling track that immediately grabs attention. 'Echoes Of Eternity' follows, taking listeners on a hypnotic journey driven by a relentless groove. On the Side-2, 'Subsonic' delivers a powerful rhythm that commands the dancefloor, leading into the epic finale, 'In The End There Is Hope,' which features memorable sonic textures reminiscent of late 90s Surgeon or Cari Lekebusch material. Overall, Sonic Surge displays Cirkle's ability to craft engaging and emotive techno, making it ideal for those who like their dance music big.
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CLICKERS 001
Cat: CLICKERS 001. Rel: 17 Jul 24
Mankind (Is A State Of Mind) (7:03)
The Theme (7:39)
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Positive Delusion
Positive Delusion (limited 12")
Cat: SCDD 049. Rel: 10 Jul 24
Positive Delusion (4:01)
Get With It (6:48)
Rhythm Perfection (6:36)
Vyperskin (6:36)
Dreamarena (6:36)
Review: Mall Grabs Steel City Dance Discs (named in reference to the industrial port near where he grew up back in Aus) enlists Clouds for another potent party EP. 'Positive Delusion' is slamming techno with a raw edge, but what makes it an immediate hit is the pitch-up vocal sample that brings the fun. 'Get With It is a drunken, unbalanced techno clanger full of wildness and 'Rhythm Perfection' then brings some trance elements to the hard tendon drums. 'Vyperskin' and 'Dreamarena' are two more characterful and supersized techno sounds.
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Patterns EP (reissue)
Patterns EP (reissue) (dark green vinyl 12")
Cat: AL 043G. Rel: 01 Jul 24
Patterns (feat Maurits Colijn) (8:07)
Merging Realities (7:17)
Protect Me (8:17)
Exo (8:17)
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NET23 EP6
NET23 EP6 (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: NET23 EP6. Rel: 27 Jun 24
Crystal Distortion - "Kept That One Quiet Didn't I" (6:27)
Crystal Distortion - "Edgy Pop 1992" (4:35)
69DB - "Party's On A Roll (Net 23 31) 1995" (8:09)
69DB - "Rave To The Inside 1996" (5:28)
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Into The Zone
Cat: NMA 001. Rel: 16 Jul 24
Visage De Femme (feat Vivien K) (4:54)
The Last Run (5:16)
Into The Zone (3:58)
Just Use Your Imagination (bonus beats) (4:15)
Review: In the Strugatsky brothers' Roadside Picnic - and its ensuing film adaptation by Andrei Tarkovsky, Stalker - "the Zone" is a forbidden area lying somewhere in a post-apocalyptic, post-Soviet wilderness, in which manifold unspeakable evils and anomalies lurk, in wait of those bold enough to brave them by riskily attempting to reach the wish-granting, power-bestowing oracle at its heart. Producer CT Kidobo channels the noxiously wish-fulfilling, but also toxic gases and atmospheres native to the Strugatskys' Zone, via four waste-scouring 4x4 electro heaters, described by the Neuma label as channelling 'highly emotional content'. A chillingly formative journey is conveyed through the opening 'The Last Run', the sticky, hands-dirty drama of 'Into The Zone' and the half-lived bonus beats of 'Just Use Your Imagination'.
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Bleep Chronicles: Cause N Effect
Cat: True Three. Rel: 04 Jul 24
The Anniss Effect (Reincarnation mix) (5:40)
Warped Sequences (6:31)
Arena (6:27)
Arena (Spartan mix) (4:28)
The Anniss Effect (92 Revived original mix) (4:21)
Review: Dawn of the Underworld's Bleep Chronicles: Cause N Effect on True Confession label is a nostalgic journey into retro UK techno from the 1990-92 era. This EP is a refreshing homage to the classic UK sound, capturing the essence of the period with remarkable authenticity. Side-1 opens with 'The Anniss Effect' (Reincarnation mix), a track that channels the retro UK bleep sound reminiscent of LFO and early Warp records. It's a deep dive into the past, bringing those iconic sounds back to life. 'Warped Sequences' follows, delivering an exciting tribute to classic UK techno with a bassline, breakbeat, bleep sounds and a futuristic melody, even incorporating a bit of ragga for a unique twist. Side-2 features Arena,' and its Spartan mix, a playful remix packed with classic samples that make for a fun and engaging track. The EP closes with 'The Anniss Effect' (92 Revived original mix), which further cements its early 90s roots, offering more of those beloved, vintage sounds. Bleep Chronicles: Cause N Effect is a stunning trip for fans of the classic UK techno era, masterfully bringing the past into the present.
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Catalyst EP
Catalyst EP (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: PRRUKDUB 010. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Catalyst (5:44)
Ineffable (5:16)
Luminescence (5:30)
Penumbra (5:43)
Review: Planet Rhythm help lay down 'Catalyst', the latest from producer DBFB. Four ineffable techno cuts are heard in quick synchrony, be they the title track or, yes, 'Ineffable' on the A - both evincing that mercilessly uniform feel of ultra-mechanised, ultra-fantastical, ultra-formal techno - or 'Penumbra' and 'Luminescence' on the B, which open up the floodgates ever so slightly to reveal just a hint of ricocheting light.
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Gespielt von: Queer On Acid
 in stock $13.99
GORKY 3
GORKY 3 (12")
Cat: GORKY 3. Rel: 01 Jul 24
DDrhode - "Ghoroob" (Kryptic Rhythm) (7:39)
DDrhode - "Ghoroob" (Haleeteh?) (3:41)
Sohrab - "Azadi" (4:22)
Sohrab - "Distant Sun" (7:18)
Review: Kolony Gorky is back with a third EP in less than a year that once again offers some stylish and artful rhythmic interpretations. DDrhode & Sohrab are behind this one and it opens with the airy percussive pattern and suspensory loops of deep and deft jam 'Ghoroob' (Kryptic Rhythm) which becomes dusty downbeat and late-night jaunt when served up as the 'Haleeteh?' version. 'Azadi' has the feel of a sixties spy thriller with its mysterious leads and 'Distant Sun' shuts down with some zoned out and loved-up deep house romance. Another hard-to-define but easy-to-love EP from the already vital Kolony Gorky.
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Atavism EP (reissue)
Cat: TAPE 016. Rel: 12 Jul 24
Atavism (7:01)
Throwback (6:45)
Atavism (part 2) (6:11)
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Fingerprint Vol 1
Cat: TENAMON 002. Rel: 28 Jun 24
Enter Stuntman (5:52)
Motor (5:52)
Intergalactic (5:37)
Deeper (5:44)
AI (4:51)
 in stock $32.28
Rhythms Translated In Vostron
Cat: MODULARZ 84. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Hexican (7:29)
When They Come Knocking (7:16)
She Says Shes Good (8:29)
Black Oceanz (6:58)
Review: Developer heads up the Modularz label and now returns to it with some increased BPMS and sounds that are more dark and driving, tribal and funk-infused than before. This hugely prolific producer has put out more than 100 records in the last 10 years and always finds new sonic territory to explore each time. 'Hexican 75' kicks off with some blisteringly quick deep techno rhythms, 'When They Come Knocking' is glitchy and dubby and 'She Says She's Good' then taps into more mind-melting synth and drum tapestries before 'Black Oceanz' goes sub aquatic with heavy, rolling drums and shards of light pairing the ocean surface.
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Gespielt von: Developer
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Sentence Six
Cat: SCX 032. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Dexphase - "Stay True To Yourself" (6:06)
KOZLOV - "Darkness" (5:40)
Raxeller - "Corrupted" (4:31)
Tham - "Never The Right Time" (5:09)
Review: Hard techno is very much back in vogue right now, all across Europe and beyond. Sacred Court taps into that demand with various artists EP that is edgy, raw and effective. It is Dexphase that kicks off with 'Stay True To Yourself' layering up wooden hits, icy hi hats and slamming drums. KOZLOV's 'Darkness' has real dystopian menace to it with the wiry pads that bring unsettling energy to the distorted basslines and hammering drums. Raxeller's 'Corrupted' is hyperderiven with kicks stacked up almost on top of each other as moody trance pads light up the backdrop. Tham's 'Never The Right Time' is a fourth and final highly destructive weapon to keep the rave kids marching.
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 in stock $14.80
Fantastic Planet
Fantastic Planet (double 12")
Cat: CFRT 003. Rel: 16 Jul 24
Travesty (5:25)
Fantastic Planet (6:19)
Stab (6:21)
I've Seen It Done (4:23)
Stilettodisko (6:20)
Son Of Ugly (7:15)
Bi-Minis (Megamix) (6:06)
Demented (5:53)
Review: Named after the classic Czech sci-fi animated film of the same name, veteran producer DIN returns as the nextmost focus of the Coming From Returning To label, who offer up a fresh reissue of his 1992 techno classic. Then five good years into the alias (DIN was formed in 1987), producer Pupka Frey began making his distinct brand of electro-disko as a personal exploration of futuristic and analog dance textures. This EP is an 'artificial' alt soundtrack to the movie, which was otherwise histrionic and over-funky for the tastes of most techno enjoyers. Highlights here have got to be the glassy 'B-Minis' and the opening 'Travesty' (the tune's ironically anything but).
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Immigrant Son
Cat: MT 175. Rel: 16 Jul 24
Gezuar (5:52)
Kanuni (Tradite mix) (5:58)
Part Time Prophet (5:15)
 in stock $16.69
Jitz 4
Jitz 4 (LP)
Cat: UNKAGED 01. Rel: 25 Jun 24
Mortal Jit (4:06)
Something For The Freaks (feat Parkhouse) (2:49)
Carpet Jit (Static Electricity) (2:57)
Soul Jit (feat Pink V!bes) (4:27)
Catch The Ghost (1:39)
Flooding The Floor (feat Alexis Allen) (3:32)
Walk Slide Jit (3:46)
SuperBad (feat MotorKam BlackDaddy) (2:45)
Jit Alarm (2:43)
Doing It Again (feat Blacksmith) (2:45)
Own It (feat JunesFlow) (3:13)
Ya Dig!? (4:05)
 in stock $25.04
The Vault Vol 1
The Vault Vol 1 (limited 2xLP)
Cat: CONTRA 009. Rel: 02 Jul 24
My Peeps On 6 (2:17)
Afrika (5:20)
Make Believe (6:23)
Love Reigns (5:35)
D-Funk (1:00)
Infatuation (4:32)
Higher Ground (5:55)
You Should Know (Rough mix) (1:31)
Freakazoid (6:58)
Review: Reggie Dokes, the legendary deep house and techno DJ/producer from Atlanta, Georgia, has finally released his highly expected Vault Volume 1. Originally released in 2005 as a CDR-only, this extended pressing allows fans to experience the magic of Dokes' music on a whole new level. With its captivating blend of jazz, techno, and house, the album takes listeners on a sonic journey through Dokes' unique musical landscape. 'My Peeps On 6' sets the tone with its smooth, deep house vibes, while 'Make Believe' transports listeners to a spacey, funk-infused post-apocalyptic realm. The beautiful 'Love Reigns' provides a moment of respite with its gentle bell chimes and bedtime melody, before 'D-Funk' drops a heavy bass kick and dystopian atmosphere. The album closes with the aptly named 'Freakazoid,' an explosive track that leaves listeners begging for more. Dokes' expertise in crafting atmospheric and emotive soundscapes is clear throughout the album. His ability to fuse elements of jazz, techno, and house creates a unique and immersive experience that will appeal to fans of all genres.
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Demarrage
Demarrage (gatefold LP)
Cat: ATMV 121. Rel: 12 Jul 24
Ritual (3:18)
Breakaway (3:55)
Oxygen (2:52)
Trial Of Truth (4:28)
The Descent (3:06)
Galibier (3:18)
Galibier (Gruppetto) (3:37)
NRG (4:04)
The Final (1:57)
Dreams Of Euphoria (2:26)
 in stock $27.18
Acid Story: Indsider Rework EP
Cat: DIKIR 2402. Rel: 11 Jul 24
Acid Story (Insider Techno Euphoria mix) (5:40)
Acid Story (Insider Luminous 90s mix) (5:58)
Review: Belgian techno bossman Insider has unveiled a masterful remix of the equally iconic Belgian classic by Dr Phibes, aka Bruno Sanchioni from Age Of Love, on the esteemed Diki Records Classics label. This exclusive 12" showcases two distinct versions on nice white vinyl: a high-energy, pulsating techno mix and a deeper, UK-inspired interpretation. Both capture the era's essence and have been crafted akin to the way that producers from techno's golden age wild, but with a contemporary edge. First class tackle to get modern floors in a big old state.
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Point Of View 4
Cat: CRLS 004. Rel: 16 Jul 24
Breakfast Sun (4:48)
Breakfast Sun (Turbojazz & Broke One remix) (6:55)
Breakfast Sun (Gary Superfly remix) (5:26)
Desert Wind (5:17)
Desert Wind (Reekee alternate mix) (5:17)
Review: A bumper package of jazz-inflected grooves from Berlin-raised Italian Dr Sud aka Gregorio Marigliano and associated remixers, with house and techno intersecting neatly into broken beat flavours for maximum originality and danceability. His own original version of 'Breakfast Sun' opens proceedings, with infectious Latin-edged rhythms adding to a nicely pacey groove and touches of jazzy keys in all the right places. Then it's handed to Turbojazz & Broke One to reshape it on slightly more robust, sturdy terms, adding Detroit-style synth stabs and some nicely circular arps, before Gary Superfly's mix leans further towards techno with a 4/4 thump and plenty of UR-style soulful futurism. 'Desert Wind' ups the percussion factor even further, putting exotic beats at the sonic centre of another very playable track, before the Reekee Alternate Mix closes things with subtly goading Rhodes chords and a garage-y rhythmic swagger. Just what the Doctor ordered!
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