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Cat: REKIDS 085. Rel: 30 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Troop (5:50)
  2. In Sum (6:33)
  3. Troop (Galcher Lustwerk remix) (7:26)
Review: Rekids' first 12" of 2016 comes from a previously untapped talent, Berlin-based producer Peggy Gou. The South Korea-born DJ/producer's sound has been influenced, in part at least, by that of her mentors and piano tutors Nu Guinea (a duo whose releases for Early Sounds have been superb). Certainly, you can hear their tropical take on deep house in opener "Troop", whose Afro-influenced beats combine brilliantly with Gou's humid melodies and beautiful chords. She flips the script slightly on "In Sum", where spacey, Detroit-influenced electronics envelop a snappy deep house rhythm. A fine debut EP is brought to a close by Galcher Lustwerk's remix of "Troop", which takes the track further towards Detroit techno territory via deep space electronics and cymbal-heavy beats.
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3024 FYE3 (12")
Cat: 3024 FYE3. Rel: 26 Apr 19
Techno
  1. Martyn - "Recon" (5:30)
  2. NKC - "Honest Drums" (4:41)
  3. Jacques Greene - "Say Nothing" (6:41)
  4. Djoser - "Wera" (4:12)
Review: The third volume in 3024's "mini-compilation" series "FYE" is every bit as essential as its predecessors. Label chief Martyn sets the tone via superb EP opener "Recon", a bass-heavy chunk of polyrhythmic techno smothered in Motor City electronics and toaster-warm chords. NKC steps up next with the no-nonsense, percussion-heavy tribal house workout "Honest Drums", before Jacques Greene joins the dots between spacey '90s IDM, post-dubstep and electro on the aurally attractive "Say Nothing". Finally, Djoser rounds things off via the rumbling bass, layered tribal drums and looped, xylophone style melodies of "Wera".
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Played by: Ben Sims, M50
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Cat: MDR 015. Rel: 22 Oct 15
Techno
  1. We Can Be Friends (6:34)
  2. Morocco (6:27)
  3. Fast Jam (5:26)
  4. Untitled 11 (5:28)
Review: All that we know about the enigmatically named Sa Pa is they are affiliated with Weimar crew Giegling, emerging earlier this year with the Fuubutsushi album on the Forum sublabel that garnered comparisons with Prince Of Denmark. Sa Pa's penchant for subaqueous techno now lands the producer a 12" debut on Marcel Dettmann Recordings. Lead track "We Can Be Friends" is so dubbed-out and murky that it could almost run as a background percussive piece in your mix - that's not to say that we don't think it's absolutely killer, because it is! "Morocco" is completely in a world of its own, crackly feedback and sparse sonics abound, while "Fast Jam" is a heady techno stomper with a punchy low-end and sublime percussion, a track that is followed by another murky load of swamped atmospherics in the form of "Untitled 11". If we have to be completely honest, this has been our favourite MDR 12" in a long time, and it comes with a heartfelt recommendation. Killer.
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Played by: Kessell
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Believe EP (12")
Cat: MS 084. Rel: 19 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Chuuch (6:27)
  2. No Enemy No Table (6:56)
  3. Here To There (6:55)
Review: Hot on the heels of the release of their first album in 17 years, Underground Resistance affiliates Scan 7 return with one of their funkiest and most accessible EPs to date. Opener "Chuuch" is a riotous and righteous affair that sees main men TrackMasta Lou and Mr Hooper peppering a funky techno beat with killer samples from a wild and celebratory gospel disco classic. It's one of those tracks that will have even the most miserable clubber throwing their hands skywards in celebratory release. The pair continues on a similar vein on the organ-driven gospel techno stomp of "No Enemy No Table", before moving in a deeper and more relaxed direction on the equally as impressive "Here To There".
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Played by: G-Prod
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Syntherapie (limited heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: LNN 000. Rel: 26 Jun 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Emission (7:29)
  2. Visions (6:10)
  3. Refraction (6:15)
Review: Frenchman Vadim Svoboda has sure achieved a lot for only around six years on the scene. With releases on a who's who of minimal house such as local imprint Eklo, Radio Slave and Jamie Fry's The Double R (who presented four parts in a row of his Patterns series) and Berlin imprint LumieresLaNuit: the proof is in the pudding really! On his second release for the latter (since 2014's Syntherapie), he serves up more dusty reductionist grooves on the all analogue and brazenly afterhours tip. All with an unrepentant salute to the sounds of Perlon like in previous work. Opening track "Emissions" is actually a pretty fierce offering from the young producer, with its tough broken beats supported by wonky and surreal modular synth textures. The flipside is where it's really at though, like on "Visions", which keeps on with the rolling and splintered rhythms as before but getting some fuzzy and bit-crushed SP1200 sounds into the mix too. Finally "Refraction" is the most hypnotic cut with its layers of entrancing bleep melodies.
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Played by: Alex Font, Doo
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SH 003 (12")
Cat: SH 003. Rel: 04 Jul 17
Electro
  1. Large Mammals (5:15)
  2. Existential Energy (3:59)
  3. DX Hell/HVN (4:37)
  4. No More Knives (5:34)
Review: It would be fair to say that Super Hexagon is Leeds' main night when it comes to the darker side of house and electro. Sure, the music is played week in and week out on plenty of sound systems, but this crew like to focus on those sounds exclusively... and they know just how to deliver the goods! They've snatched up UK electro producer, J.Wiltshere, who we've come to recognise as an impressive new talent on the streets thanks to a pair of releases for the mighty Hypercolour. SH003 is the third instalment of the imprint, and "Large Mammals" gives the EP a worthy kick-start thanks to a raucous blend of gunshot percussion and metallic bass knots, which is further explored on the vicious bumps of the acid-ridden "Existential Energy". "DX Hell/HVN" takes a more laid back approach to the electro bruisings, coming through with a blissful techno groove filled with raw percussion patterns, while "No More Knives" surprisingly meanders in an ambient zone, bereft of any beats at all but primed with plenty of contained energy from the same industrial space as its siblings.
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Played by: Ali Renault, A-Future
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