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MonoTrax Volume 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MON 017. Rel: 12 Nov 18
Electro
  1. The Advent & Zein - "Eye's Of Envy" (5:49)
  2. Exzakt - "Kreep" (5:59)
  3. 214 - "Crouch & Turn" (5:41)
  4. EggFooYoung - "Bass2Large" (3:20)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Exzakt continues to forge one of the purest totems of classic electro with his Monotone label, and indeed his own output. The latest release is a various artists EP which perfectly sums up everything Monotone is about. The Advent leads the way with the dark, melodic "Eye's Of Envy," produced alongside Zein, before Exzakt himself drops a taut and wiry dancefloor bomb in the shape of "Kreep." 214 fires up the B side with the edgy, minimalist thrust of "Crouch & Turn," before EggFooYoung makes a surprise return to the fray with the more Miami-flavoured stylings of "Bass2Large," a slower, dirtier jam with low end frequencies to get the whole club freaking.
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Played by: Ali Renault
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Karma EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ADEEP 1. Rel: 04 Sep 17
Deep House
  1. Lola Allen - "Karma"
  2. Mille & Hirsch - "I Get DEEP"
  3. Mateo & Matos - "Idris Rises"
  4. Vincent Inc - "Tears Of God"
Review: AntiDEEPressant is a new label that kicks off with a strong cast of contenders exploring interesting facets of the deep house tradition, starting off with the sultry wonder of Lola Allen's "Karma". There's mystery woven in between the African percussion that shapes out her track, and it's a pleasure to get lost in. Millie & Hirsch take a tender approach to Roland D Clark's classic "I Get Deep", while Mateo & Matos push the tempo back up with the jazz-tinged "Idris Rises." Vincent Inc is last on the list, and he cruises in with the slow and strange tones of "Tears Of God".
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Cat: OMAGGIO 004. Rel: 23 Jun 17
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. In The Right Place (5:38)
  2. Johnnie's Home (4:31)
Review: Recorded and released two years before she gave us the iconic vocals on Indeep's "Last Night A DJ Saved My Life", Beckie Bell's 1979 debut release enjoys its first repress in 37 years. You don't even need hindsight to hear the promise she had at the start of her career. "In The Right Place" was a spacy, almost bluesy disco jam where she's not afraid to take full command while "Johnnie's Home" still sparkles with reggae fusion funk that's often attempted but seldom smashed in such a sexy way.
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Swinging Flavors #7 (blue vinyl 7")
Cat: BMRSF 007. Rel: 11 Sep 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Damn Hot (4:31)
  2. Damn Hot (Danny Scrilla remix) (4:52)
Review: The seventh volume in Beat Machine's ongoing "Swinging Flavors" series of singles arrives on vibrant turquoise vinyl. This time round, it's a relatively new artist at the controls: Breaka, whose debut 12" on Holding Hands tickled our fancy earlier in the year. Happily, "Damn Hot" lives up to its title, brilliantly joining the dots between the snappy drum machine snares, cut up vocal samples and incessant hustle of Chicago Juke, the crunchy breakbeat since of old school jungle, and the futurist intent of contemporary drum and bass. It's really rather good, all told, with Danny Scrilla's flipside remix - a spacey fusion of intergalactic synthesizer melodies and ruffneck early '90s jungle tropes - also hitting the sweet spot.
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Vintage Vinyl (hand-stamped heavyweight purple vinyl 12")
Cat: SCHATVV 06. Rel: 22 Apr 16
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Restless (dub) (6:16)
  2. Mists Of Time (5:05)
  3. Aliena's Journey (4:55)
Review: Josh Brent's Schatrax imprint is responsible for some of the most seminal techno and house from the nineties and we're glad to see that the new generation now appreciates his stuff too; about time! He re-issues some legendary tracks from his back catalogue for the heads. "Restless (dub)" is some nefarious dancefloor drama in the vein of Detroit legend Suburban Night's earlier stuff. The gorgeous ambient house excursion "Mists Of Time" delves into the exotic wonderfully while "Aliena's Journey" (originally released on the self titled 1998 album)" is a serving of soulful and emotive deep house that's as good as anything Fresh 'N Low were going at the time as well.
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ENDZ 018 (limited splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 018. Rel: 21 Nov 17
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Effected (10:09)
  2. Sunset Soul (10:35)
Review: Given his impressive track record and rising star status, it was probably only a matter of time before Cosmin Nastasa AKA Cosmjn popped up on East Enderz. This time round, the Romanian producer seems to be in a particularly positive mood. Certainly, A-side "Effected" - a jaunty affair built around a bold, attention-grabbing bassline, punchy drums and drowsy, sun-kissed synthesizer chords - is amongst the cheeriest tracks he's released to date. On the flip, "Sunset Soul" is a little closer to his trademark tech-house fare, with spacey pads and fizzing electronics wrapping themselves around a pleasingly rubbery groove.
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Played by: TIJN
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Cat: 723771 Rel: 13 Mar 19
 
25 x polylined white paper sleeves - 12"
Notes: 12 inch polylined vinyl record inner sleeves. Approximate weight of 60-90 gsm. Ash and acid-free paper. UK manufactured.
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 3 in stock $7.56
Cat: CE 010. Rel: 21 Sep 15
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Dane & Khotin - "IMHO" (5:52)
  2. Dane & Khotin - "System" (5:23)
  3. Dane - "I Want More" (7:34)
  4. Eddie C - "One For Dane" (4:13)
Review: Canada's foremost re-edit imprint continues to churn out the hits, largely by delivering dub disco and Balearic-tinged interpretations of long forgotten or little-known cuts. Common Edit regulars Dane and Khotin join forces on the A-side, delivering a sweet chunk of boogie-era synthesizer reggae ("Imho"), before heading futher towards peaktime territory with the low-slung, late night AOR disco of "System". Eddie C digs delves into his seemingly bottomless crates of obscurities for inspiration on "I Want More", a gorgeous chunk of piano-laden Balearic disco sweetness. Finally, Dane lights up something medicinal, closes his eyes and delivers the smacked-out, guitar-laden ambient chug of "One For Dane". It's an absolute beauty, if truth be told.
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Datawave (12")
Cat: NATURAL 016. Rel: 17 Oct 18
Electro
  1. Hidden Outpost (5:33)
  2. Stellar Wind (5:10)
Review: Datawave is the project of Brussels based Gaetan Votion, who returns to Natural Sciences for the first time since 2017's "Submersion" - which was featured on their V/A Future Works Vol 3 compilation. Taking up where he left off last time, Votion explores the dark and dystopian realms of electro bass on this self-titled EP, taking the best of the genre's classic aesthetic, while delivering a stylish and contemporary edge. From the A side's introverted and futuristic thriller "Hidden Outpost", through to the high energy workout of "Stellar Wind" on the flip, this certainly proves to be one of the week's highlights in our electro releases.
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Cat: 592159 7918. Rel: 09 Apr 18
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Octagon Octagon
  2. Polka Dots
  3. Black Hole Son
  4. Power Of The World (S Curls)
  5. Operation Zero
  6. Bear Witnes IV
  7. Area 54
  8. Flying Waterbed
  9. 3030 Meets The Doc (part 1)
  10. Karma Sutra
  11. Hollywood Tailswinging
  12. Bonu Track
Review: It would be fair to say that Moosebumps: An Exploration Into Modern Day Horripilation is an "event release". Not only is it the first Dr Octagon album for 12 years, but also reunites the project's "Holy Trinity" of originator Kool Keith, producer Dan The Automator and turntable wizard DJ Q-Bert. The results are, naturally, very impressive. Continuing with the hazy, intergalactic concept established at the project's inception, the album's 15 tracks mix crunchy, left-of-centre hip-hop beats and killer samples with alien synthesizer lines, fuzzy electronic basslines, jazzy flourishes, Star Wars-level scratches (particularly noticeable on "Bear Witness IV") and Kool Keith's incomparable raps. In other words, it's every bit as impressive and essential as we'd hoped for.
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  1. The Family Daptone - "Hey Brother (Do Unto Others)" (3:52)
  2. Soul Fugue - "The 100 Knights Orchestra" (4:58)
Review: Soul and funk heads won't want to miss this very special seven-inch from the Daptone Records crew, and not just because it's the label's 100th "45". The A-side features an all-star '60s soul cover of the Frightnrs rock-steady cut featuring vocal contributions from Saun and Starr, James Hunter, Lee Fields, Naomi Shelton, Duke Amayo, the Frightnrs and two legends who are no longer with us: Charles Bradley and Sharon Jones. It's a one-off that won't be repeated for obvious reasons, but more importantly it's very, very good. Over on the flip main man Bosco Mann takes charge, conducting and producing "two opposing armies" of woodwind and horn players from the label's expansive musical roster. As you'd expect, it's something of an epic.
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Played by: SOOPASOUL
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Cat: 669270 Rel: 26 Mar 18
 
Headphone holder for attachment to desks
Notes: This hanger clamps to any desk with 5 to 45 mm thickness to put your headphones in easy reach. It features two convenient slots to keep your headphone cables neat and tidy, and the plastic set screw tip protects your desk's finish.
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 1 in stock $7.82
Cat: FNR 049. Rel: 21 Jul 14
Funk/Reissues
  1. Don't Mess With GR
  2. Hard Way To Go
Review: The Great Revivers continue their unassailable 2014 assault on the record boxes of funk selectors everywhere with yet another killer seven for the Funk Night label. Brashly titled "Don't Mess with GR" may be, but this Russian quartet always prefer to let their musicianship do the talking and you can't fault the Great Revivers funk here as three odd minutes of prime dirtiness unfolds driven by a killer drum beat. It's complemented well by the more uptempo jam that is "Hard Way To Go" and lays down a marker for what to expect from the Great Revivers forthcoming album.
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Cat: TVYC 001. Rel: 09 Dec 15
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Jakarta - "San Je Jak" (Kompleks edit) (6:13)
  2. Seid Memic - "Seid Memic Vajta Da Li Si Me Ikad Voljela" (Kompleks edit) (4:27)
  3. Kim Band - "Novac Gospodar" (Kompleks edit) (4:44)
  4. Videosex - "Videosex" (Zambon edit) (4:38)
Review: Transatlantyk boss man Zambon's trawl through the archives of Eastern Europe has brought many editions of The Very Polish Cut Outs, and more recently the focus was switched to the Soviet discotheque. The latest 12" in the series dips into the Yugo archive for a quartet of cuts that exposes a little known scene of editors based around the cult club 20/44 in Belgrade. Serbian production and DJ duo Kompleks responsible for three of the reworks here, with their woozy extension of Seid Memic Vajta's tongue twisting "Da Li Si Me Ikad Volijela" a veritable highlight! Zambon rounds out the 12" with his own edit of Videosex which has been nestled on his SoundCloud for far too long - such a killer cut out and the perfect way to end this record. Don't sleep!
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EP 8 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: KM 08. Rel: 14 Nov 16
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Ferry Home (8:32)
  2. I'm Still Qualified (7:44)
  3. Twin Magik (5:56)
Review: London-based producer Keyboard Masher has been flying out a no-nonsense brand of disco-infected grooves since 2010 on their own KM Editions label. Devoid of hype and placing the emphasis on the music, the eighth installment in this crucial series of seductive late night jams packs in more boogie than you can shake a particularly funky stick at. "Ferry Home" strikes an irresistible 80s note with its live band undercurrent, while "I'm Still Qualified" slinks down into a more sultry mood before "Twin Magjik" heads skywards on a bed of twinkling synth tones. Sweet disco tones don't come fresher than this.
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Cat: EXIT 068. Rel: 01 Aug 17
Drum And Bass
  1. Break Glass (6:11)
  2. 600K (4:42)
  3. Obnox (4:49)
  4. Dissolve (6:52)
Review: Mark System's last outing on Exit, 2015's Final Approach LP, was almost universally praised for its pleasing fusion of bombastic, tech-step influenced bottom end and dreamy, ear-pleasing liquid D&B elements. The long-serving producer has taken a similar approach on this belated follow-up EP. While opener "Break Glass" is a little creepier than previous efforts - if no less punchy and bass-heavy - it retains System's instinctive grasp of the dynamics of light and shade. "600K" brilliantly joins the dots between classic jungle, modern tech-step and 8-bit games soundtracks, while "Obnox" dips crunchy beats in wild electronics to brilliant effect. Best of all, though, is closer "Dissolve", a superior deep space roller that sounds like it was recorded using some vintage electronic hardware.
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Cat: 325476 Rel: 02 Sep 08
 
25 x 80 minutes per disc, for audio use
Notes: Maxell CD-R80 are the ultimate digital recording media, perfect for making copies of full-sized, pre-recorded CDs or for recording mixes. This spindle contains 25 audio CD-Rs.
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 More than 10 in stock $7.56
Cat: 483466 Rel: 26 Feb 13
 
Energy efficient UK switch-mode power supply 1000mA, with 7-way voltage selectors
Notes: This compact, energy efficient switch-mode power supply gives up to 1000mA with a variable output from 3V to 12V. Suitable for most low power electronic products such as MP3 players, PDA etc.
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 1 in stock $9.80
Cat: 515277 Rel: 06 Dec 13
 
Latching footswitch for use with amplifiers and instruments etc
Notes: Heavy Duty Latching Foot Switch with 1.75 m heavy duty lead with 6.35 mm mono jack plug.
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 1 in stock $9.94
Cat: 720450 Rel: 11 Feb 19
 
High noise blocking earplugs - small fit
Notes: With a noise blocking rating of 32dB, Silentear earplugs have one of the highest blocking capabilities of any reusable earplug made in the world, making them ideal for sleeping and general noise protection. They are made from a non-allergenic pre-moulded silicon rubber that is filled with gel to truly take up the shape of the ear canal. They are comfortable, discrete and reusable.

Proguard SilentEar Reusable Ear Plugs Features and Benefits:

- Patented structure consisting of a durable outer shell of soft,yet tough silicone rubber, filled with sound-deadening silicone gel inside gives SilentEar the highest rating of any reusable earplug in the world today (NRR 32)!
- Hypo-allergenic, non-toxic materials
- Low-profile fit makes SilentEar easily fit under helmets for motorcycling
- Low-profile fit with clear flanges lets you remain inconspicuous while wearing your SilentEar ear plugs in public. They are great for trains, buses, planes and all forms of travel
- No-stem design lets most people comfortably use SilentEar for sleeping
- Three-point flange design makes SilentEar easy to grasp and remove from the ear
- Washable with ordinary mild soap and water
- With proper care, SilentEar can last for many months of daily use, making SilentEar an economical alternative to most other ear plug choices
- Durable carry case provided with every pair of SilentEar Reusable earplugs
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 1 in stock $7.82
Cat: 720448 Rel: 11 Feb 19
 
High noise blocking earplugs - standard fit
Notes: With a noise blocking rating of 32dB, Silentear earplugs have one of the highest blocking capabilities of any reusable earplug made in the world, making them ideal for sleeping and general noise protection. They are made from a non-allergenic pre-moulded silicon rubber that is filled with gel to truly take up the shape of the ear canal. They are comfortable, discrete and reusable.

Proguard SilentEar Reusable Ear Plugs Features and Benefits:

- Patented structure consisting of a durable outer shell of soft,yet tough silicone rubber, filled with sound-deadening silicone gel inside gives SilentEar the highest rating of any reusable earplug in the world today (NRR 32)!
- Hypo-allergenic, non-toxic materials
- Low-profile fit makes SilentEar easily fit under helmets for motorcycling
- Low-profile fit with clear flanges lets you remain inconspicuous while wearing your SilentEar ear plugs in public. They are great for trains, buses, planes and all forms of travel
- No-stem design lets most people comfortably use SilentEar for sleeping
- Three-point flange design makes SilentEar easy to grasp and remove from the ear
- Washable with ordinary mild soap and water
- With proper care, SilentEar can last for many months of daily use, making SilentEar an economical alternative to most other ear plug choices
- Durable carry case provided with every pair of SilentEar Reusable earplugs
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 2 in stock $7.82
Cat: SUCTION 035. Rel: 03 Apr 17
Techno
  1. Tunnel
  2. Morning Glory
  3. Like Yesterdays
  4. 101 Reasons
  5. The Calmness Of Distortion
  6. Dead End
  7. The End Of RX-101
  8. Bloom (part 1)
  9. Bloom (part 2)
  10. Clatter
  11. Hills Over The Mountains
  12. August '97
  13. If I Could Ever Get...
Review: Suction Records is thrilled to present the debut archival album release by RX-101, a bedroom techno producer from the Netherlands, Erik Jong. "Like Yesterdays" compiles 10 tracks from RX-101's first two vinyl-only 12" EPs, together with three CD/digital album exclusives. This previously unreleased material dates from 1997-1999, recorded live to cassette in a feverish burst of creativity, utilizing a small arsenal of classic techno instruments. Here's RX-101 in his own words: "From childhood I loved dance music. In the '80s one of my older brothers always recorded mixes from the radio and we always listened to that. My other brother and sister took music lessons in electronic organ and when I was about 9 years old I did the same. I quit when I was 14. From childhood I was fascinated by synthesizers. In the late '80s I started more and more listening to dance and house music and it was 1991 when I started listening to techno from labels like Underground Resistance, Transmat, Metroplex, +8 Records and Warp. That was the time I knew that I also wanted to make electronic music and build a studio. With my musical background and love for synthesizers, everything fell into place. When I heard Aphex Twin's "Digeridoo" in '92, I was completely hooked on Aphex Twin and soon discovered his label Rephlex. I almost bought every release. My friends at that time always listened to electronic music. In '92 (when I was 16) I bought my first synthesizer, a Roland Juno-106. Then I started to buy more stuff, and two years later I had a small studio with some synths, a drum machine, a Quadraverb fx unit, an Atari computer and a mixer. My Roland SH-101 is still my favourite synth. In those days I always played with my gear, but I never made a complete track or recorded something actually. After buying some more stuff in the years following, it was time to start making tracks. It was 1997 then and I was 21 years old. I started to like it very much and I was very productive then. I wanted to make music all the time. I was a student then and had plenty of time to make music. I made a lot of tracks and recorded everything to cassette between 1997 and 1999. In the early '90s I dreamt of releasing music on a record label, but in the years after that dream ebbed slowly away. I'm not sure why.... I think that's the reason I never have sent tracks or a demo to a label. In 2000 I quit school and I found a full time job. Because of this I also had less time to make music. It was a new step in my life. My passion to make music then became less. At one point I saved my tapes with my tracks in a box. In 2013, I discovered that box again. I thought it was a good idea to archive all of my tape tracks to my computer. The last time I had listened to it was 2001. In September 2013 I uploaded about 15 tracks of that old stuff to Soundcloud. About a year later I started to upload more and more stuff. I received many nice comments and I was a little bit surprised that a record company was also interested."
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Cat: WD 65. Rel: 22 May 19
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Woman (6:53)
  2. Hustle Up (6:39)
  3. Imaki Ra Reo (7:39)
  4. The Root Of Evil (6:50)
Review: Bottoms up! The Silver Rider and the Funk District saddle up for a two-way trip on the latest Whiskey Disco joint. Texan transdimensional traveller Silver Rider steps up for the A with a main course and a punchy side plate. "Woman" is a big War-style disco funk piece with precision spoken vocals and horns while "Hustle Up" is a stripped back wriggling bassline DJ tool guaranteed to disarm. Flip for the B to a trip into the heart of Mexico as the Funk District fires heated shots: "Imaki Ra Reo" is straight up Latin disco while "The Root Of Evil" takes us on an African International adventure for a stunning afrobeat finale.
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Cat: H&T 01. Rel: 23 Sep 16
Techno
  1. SoulPhiction - "Sky So High" (5:52)
  2. Mike Dehnert - "Zumwald" (6:39)
Review: Bang, boom, biff! New label alert from contemporary house maestros Soulphiction and Mike Dehnert, a collaboration which has caught us by surprise and left us trailing by the wayside. Masterful. Hands & Tief is the name of the home to this punchy two-tracker that sees both artists put on their techno mask and offer something a little moodier than their usual output, respectively. "Sky So High" is Soulphiction going for a distorted, industrial approach and it works like a charm; the tune's percussion is raw and mashable in any mix, the bassline ominous and intriguing, and the groove powerful and body-moving. Mike Dehnert's "Zumwald" is more in line with his usual bags of tricks, except that here the lower frequencies are more aligned to the electro dynasty than a classic 'Berlin' approach. Both sleek, effective dance floor bangers recommended for pretty much any DJ wanting to lay down some heat!
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Cat: NQ 005. Rel: 16 Jan 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Don't Be So Cold (4:33)
  2. Whatchudo (feat Satl & TRAC) (4:07)
  3. Hot Ish (feat Selfsays) (2:53)
  4. Weather It Out (feat Steo) (4:32)
  5. Can't Get Over You (feat Lenzman & Big Brooklyn Red) (5:24)
Review: Following the likes of FD, Redeyes and label boss Lenzman himself, Submorphics is the latest to step up to The North Quarter hot seat with his own take on soulful drum & bass. Expressing his widest range and the warmest shades of his palette, the San Francisco vibe flexor delivers his finest; the yearning gutsy soul of "Don't Be So Cold", the heads-down sultry ripples of "Whatchudo", the swaggering hip-hop swing of "Hot Ish", the whirling almost psychedelic textures to the organs and Steo's stunning vocals on "Weather It Out" and the all-out soul belts of "Can't Get Over You". Five slices of genuine soulful drum & bass gold; Lenzman knows what he's up to with The Norther Quarter.
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Lifted (12")
Cat: RUA 001. Rel: 21 Jan 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Lifted (5:08)
  2. Rotten (5:11)
  3. Rotten (Sam Binga remix) (4:42)
Review: You know a new label is serious when they launch with vinyl. You also know a new label is serious when they launch with an act as on-point and skillishly sharp as Sully... And commission a remix from Critical's stinky breddah Sam Binga. Yeah, Rua Sound are doing everything right: "Lifted" nods lightly at Horizons-era Bukem but with more amen addling while "Rotten" packs a skankier jungle punch. Binga's remix? Wonderfully sludgy. More of this please Rua.
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Played by: Soul Intent
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The Wipe (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: EDITSELECT 018. Rel: 28 Aug 14
Techno
  1. Teste - "The Wipe" (Edit Select 2014 edit)
  2. Edit Select & Teste - "Ascend"
Review: Teste are back, but not without reminding us why they are so revered. Their track "The Wipe, originally released in 1992, is often credited as a forbearer to a style of techno described as bassline driven, and a style long championed by Munich label Prologue. So before Teste release any new music, Edit Select has extended their famous cut so the wormhole experience of "The Wipe" can last all the more longer. The real treat though is "Ascender", a brand new production between Teste and Edit Select which is similar to "The Wipe" only it swaps foreboding sounds for something lighter and the results are transcendental.
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