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Paper Chase University
Cat: 7DAYSENT 1014. Rel: 13 Jan 21
  1. Detroit Domino (5:35)
  2. Big Face Paper Chase (6:23)
  3. Still Hustlin' (4:46)
  4. Deep Don't Die (4:13)
Review: 
One of the Motor City's hardest working producers is back! 7 Days Entertainment chief Big Strick presents Paper Chase, a four track EP featuring the sort of emotive, real proper deep house jams you have come to know and love from the man. From the glassy-eyed and bittersweet inner city soul of 'Detroit Domino', to the introspective 'Still Hustlin' and its rich tapestry of twisted analogue synth textures, and ending with what was undoubtedly the most surprising addition to the EP in the form of 'Deep Don't Die' - a droning and mentalist techno journey that would make even Mike Parker stand up and notice.
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 in stock $12.17
INNATE 004
INNATE 004 (12")
Cat: INN8 004. Rel: 11 Jan 21
  1. Aroy Dee - "Leegte" (5:29)
  2. Gilbert - "Furthest Planet" (7:26)
  3. Jonski - "Venusian Surface" (6:23)
  4. DJ Guy - "Aphelion Orbit" (5:56)
Review: The fourth multi-artist EP from blog-turned-record label Innate takes the imprint's inherently warm and far-sighted sound into new intergalactic directions. Offering a quartet of cuts from established producers and rising stars, all inspired by dreams of cross-cosmic travel and the alluring weightlessness of deep space. 004 explores the love of stargazing electronics in much greater deapth.

The A-side is all about melodious and spacey electro with Dutch legend Aroy Dee making a rare appearance away from his acclaimed M>O>S Recordings label. "Leegte" A1 is impressively immersive, cloaking a jaunty bassline and lo-fi beats in sumptuous aural textures and glassy-eyed chords. Accompanied by Innate label regular Gilbert, "Furthest Planet" A2 is a deep roller whose lilting lead lines, shimmering electronics and tumbling acid lines are little less than life-affirming.

On side B, the sound subtly shifts towards the multi-coloured, sci-fi shimmer of techno. Newcomer Jonski, (aka Bristol electro producer Zobol) drops "Venusian Surface" B1 - a classic interstellar jam full of vivid chords, echoing synth squiggles and alluring leads that rise above a classic tech-funk bassline. Last but not least, effervescent Welshman DJ Guy (Unthank/Other World Music) slams down an energetic techno stomper in "Aphelion Orbit": boasting brilliantly breathless drum programming, illuminated by the celestial shimmer of accompanying chords. A perfect conclusion to Innate's most action-packed release to date.
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Sombras EP
Sombras EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ISLA 24. Rel: 11 Jan 21
  1. Confusion (5:18)
  2. Copas (5:29)
  3. Sombras (5:18)
  4. Delirio (5:41)
Review: Ambien Baby's Isla label is back at it with a new release from Dosis, and it's a hot one. Steeped in noirish electro and minimal wave moods, the lead track 'Confusion' strikes a mood somewhere between vintage Dopplereffekt, Front 242 and Doxa Sinistra with Spanish vocals. 'Copas' is more evocative, using an electro template to express a melancholy which stands apart from the gutter-dwelling creepiness found elsewhere on the EP. 'Sombras' strikes a balance between the two extremes, whereas 'Delirio' submits to a more pure machine-rooted abandon punctuated by a tough rhythm, and does so in style.
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Soothing Songs For A Cultural Affair
  1. Peace Keeper (4:46)
  2. Problem With Privilege (4:39)
  3. Speed Dating (feat NGLY) (4:41)
  4. Red Sky At Night (feat Cressida) (5:36)
  5. Highbrow (5:42)
  6. Bon Voyage (4:49)
Review: Singaporean imprint Midnight Shift readies up another release, this time by Voitax co-head Paal. The Hamburg-based producer is now handed the reins for full creative curation over the course of six tracks on Soothing Songs For A Cultural Affair: from the contorted breakneck jungle of fierce opener 'Peace Keeper', to the body bashing bass onslaught of 'Problem with Privilege' to the mellowed subterranean breaks of 'Red Sky At Night' (featuring British producer Cressida) and the dystopian slow burner 'Bon Voyage' closing out proceedings.
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The Devil's Curators Vol 2
Cat: SPAZIO 021. Rel: 14 Jan 21
  1. Sector 108 (4:30)
  2. Chant With Me (6:31)
  3. Water Demon (4:54)
  4. Megaera (7:23)
  5. Yog Monster (5:28)
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Inner Euphoria
Cat: EE 16. Rel: 14 Jan 21
  1. WEIRD (6:11)
  2. Homemade House (6:36)
  3. Anke's Call (6:47)
  4. Inner Euphoria (5:32)
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Alben
From The Heart It's A Start A Work Of Art
DDS
Cat: DDS 023. Rel: 12 Jan 21
  1. Regret (9:44)
  2. First Plate 1 (3:39)
  3. First Plate 2 (5:57)
  4. The Test Of Machine 2 (3:12)
  5. Republic (9:36)
  6. The Test Of Machine 1 (1:54)
  7. First Plate 3 (5:20)
Review: ** REPRESS ALERT ** Originally released back in 2017 on Demdike Stare's Distort Decay Sustain imprint, Shinchi Atobe's critically acclaimed opus still sounds as fresh as it did back then. We've all heard the story of how Sean Canty and Miles Whitaker tracked him down in Japan and convinced him to release some of his first music in 15 years, and it was certainly worth the wait. From the glassy-eyed and mesmerising deepness of 'Regret', to the greyscale dub techno experiments across both parts of 'First Plate' which hark back to his debut on Chain Reaction at the turn of the millennium. There are even moments of lush ambient texture as explored on tracks like 'The Test Of Machine' part 2 while 'Republic' is a more dancefloor ready cut yet, still very much loaded directly off the factory floor.
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Heat
Heat (limited clear vinyl 2xLP)
DDS
Cat: DDS 035CLEAR. Rel: 12 Jan 21
  1. So Good, So Right (12:11)
  2. Heat 2 (7:58)
  3. Heat 4 (8:09)
  4. Heat 1 (9:56)
  5. Bonus (3:03)
  6. Heat 3 (9:34)
  7. So Good, So Right 2 (7:58)
Review: DDS continues to offer up new editions of some of Shinichi Atobe's finest full-length excursions. The latest, which lands on a limited-edition clear vinyl pressing, is 2018's Heat, a set that's amongst the enigmatic Japanese artist's most enjoyable excursions. In keeping with his boundary-blurring style, the set's seven tracks offer a warming blend of semi-organic deep house, dub techno hypnotism, spaced-out late-night grooves, echo-laden early morning loop jams and bleeping, sweat-soaked early morning epics. Our picks include the hazy, morning-fresh shuffle of 'So Good, So Right 2', the extremely dubby and intoxicated 'Heat 4', and the electric piano-sporting soft-touch techno of 'Heat 2'.
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Butterfly Effect
Butterfly Effect (limited clear vinyl 2xLP)
DDS
Cat: DDS 010. Rel: 12 Jan 21
  1. Free Access Zone 1 (3:29)
  2. Free Access Zone 2 (9:16)
  3. Free Access Zone 4 (1:28)
  4. Free Access Zone 5 (5:04)
  5. Free Access Zone 7 (4:55)
  6. Waste Land 1 (6:09)
  7. Waste Land 2 (3:23)
  8. Butterfly Effect (11:47)
Review: Since vinyl copies of Shinichi Atobe's debut album Butterfly Effect are still in demand, DDS has decided to offer-up a new clear vinyl pressing of the acclaimed set. It remains one of the mysterious, publicity-shy producer's most magnificent and fully-formed works: a singular musical vision that was released some 13 years after his then sole single, 2001's 'Ship-Scope'. Like much of Atobe's work, it offers a particularly atmospheric musical vision where ambient, off-kilter electronica, deep house and dub techno explorations come together to create one distinctive, otherworldly whole. Butterfly Effect has long been revered in certain circles and listening to this new pressing it's easy to see why.
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Deadbeat Meets The Mole
Cat: BLKRTZ 035. Rel: 11 Jan 21
  1. Bodner Vs The Cardboard Box (2:56)
  2. I'd Rather Be Lonely (8:23)
  3. Keep On Going On (5:32)
  4. For All That Was Lost (7:45)
  5. Farfisa Hoser Hymnal (3:14)
  6. Rollin Heavy In The Spielplatz (7:46)
  7. Piano For Al & Bass From Uncle Scott (4:52)
  8. Return To The Towers (5:51)
  9. New Stone (6:53)
  10. Ciao Uncle G (3:55)
Review: Two Canadian veterans unite here: acclaimed DJ/producer Colin de la Plante aka The Mole, with dub techno expert and BLKRTZ chief Scott Monteith aka Deadbeat. They both cut their teeth on Montreal's techno scene in the early noughties and released music on homegrown imprints such as Wagon Repair and Cynosure. The now Berlin-based pair present an album of 10 tracks here, taking in low slung house ('I'd Rather Be Lonely'/'For All That Was Lost'), dub ('Keep On Goin''), hip hop ('Return To The Towers'/'New Stone') and smoked out sound collages ('Ciao Uncle G') which were all created during the 2020 lockdown.
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