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Cat: 803CG 001. Rel: 10 Oct 18
Deep House
  1. Together (8:15)
  2. Ada Lovelace (6:43)
  3. No Need To Worry (5:58)
Review: Inaugurating Crystalgrooves is Berlin fixture Cinthie: a long standing figure in the underground electronic music scene of her hometown, resident at the infamous Watergate club, plus being the founder of top labels such as Beste Modus, we_r_house and Unison Wax with Diego Krause. She gets the new project off to an explosive start with these three raw house cuts. The A side features the bouncy and uplifting classic house vibe of "Together" which has an overly familiar hook to it and sure to work on the dancefloor any time. On the flip, she gets into some funked-up and discofied loops in the vein of DJ Sneak on the track "Ada Lovelace" while the moody heads-down feel of "No Need To Worry" is a perfect backroom dub if we've ever heard one.
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Power Relations (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ACOLOUR 002. Rel: 13 Jun 16
Techno
  1. Glass Fist (reprise)
  2. Heads & Ordinary Concrete
Review: Moopie's A Colourful Storm label launched earlier this year as an extension of the popular online platform that has hosted a rich and diverse stream of mixes from the likes of Imaginary Softwoods, DJ Nobu, Frak and Rabih Beaini to name a few. Pro-tip: do check that latter live mix from the Morphine boss! It was the archival sounds of Denial and their lost Oz classic cover of "California Dreaming" that heralded the arrival of A Colourful Storm, but this second release on the label switches the focus to more contemporary fare. Power Relations is a two track 12" of bad-mannered, f*cked up club trax from Melbourne's Nerve. The stomping, nocturnal techno of the title track is backed with a Photek-meets-Sunn O))) terror stepper entitled "Heads & Ordinary Concrete". For fans of Regis, Emptyset and Blackest Ever Black.
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Maloya EP (12" + insert)
Cat: ANR 002. Rel: 11 Apr 18
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Lindigo - "Tany Be" (Alma Negra remix) (7:13)
  2. Salem Tradition - "Kabare" (Alma Negra rework) (5:15)
  3. Lindigo - "Tany Be" (Alma Negra dub) (8:55)
Review: For the latest excursion on their eponymous label, the Alma Negra crew is in full remix mode, in turn reworking tracks from contemporary Maloya combo Lindigo and lesser-known French Afro artist Salem Tradition. Their vocal and dub interpretations of the former's "Tany Be" are particularly special. While the dub is little more than a killer spaced-out percussion track with added delay-laden vocal and instrumental snippets, the "remix" is a near perfect fusion of woozy, spacey deep house and traditional maloya - all half-chanted vocals, snaking sax lines and warm bass. Those looking for heavy and druggy, kick-drum driven tribal Afro-house vibes should head straight for the remix of Salem Tradition's "Kabare", which is little more than loads of drums with an evocative vocal atop.
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Cat: 647290 Rel: 18 May 17
 
Stylish stereo earphones featuring magnetic earbuds & tangle free ribbon cable
Notes: These stylish earphones provide both great sound performance and practicality with their magnetic earbuds and tangle free ribbon cable. An inline hands-free microphone and track control gives you the ability to listen to and take control of your favourite tunes or make and receive calls on the move. There are 4 modern colour schemes to choose from to match the latest smartphone designs and a provided hard-shell carry case to keep your headphones in great condition.

Box contains:

- 1 set of metallic earphones
- Hard-shell case
- Spare earbuds
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New Lands (remixes) (12" + free MP3 download code)
Cat: BEC 5161234. Rel: 19 Jul 12
Electro House
  1. New Lands (Falcon remix)
  2. New Lands (live version)
  3. New Lands (A-Trak remix)
  4. New Lands (Sebastian remix)
Review: Voted the most air-guitar inciting track from their album Audio Video Disco, "New Lands" got the treatment from Falcon, A Trak and SebastiAn. While none of the takes require anywhere near as much air instrument frivolity, they all add a lot more dancefloor welly. Falcon goes for the rolling, filtered French funk approach, A Trak opts for an more abrasive, angular electro cut while Sebastian adds some much needed drama by opening with a long half step entry before breaking into the groove mid way. And there's a live version too! Very nice.
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Beste Freunde 03 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BFF 03. Rel: 13 Jun 16
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Subb-An - "Feel For You" (7:15)
  2. Walker - "Confessions" (7:09)
  3. The Willers Brothers - "Can You Get Up" (6:37)
  4. Julien Sandre - "Ordinary Madness" (5:49)
Review: Berlin's Beste Modus is run by local stalwarts Cinthie, Diego Krause, Ed Herbst, stevn.aint.leavn & Albert Vogt. For the third edition of Beste Freunde, they have onboard some of the biggest names in tech house at present and they're all throwing down some wicked grooves. On the A side Birmingham's Subb-An gives us the raw, stripped and jacking "Feel For You" which beats that 808 good and hard with some familiar samples over the top. Next, the stripped dub techno of Walker's "Confessions" lends some variety to the release; fans of the Fachwerk sound will dig this one. On the flip, London's The Willers Brother gives us the rolling and minimal deep house of "Can You Get Up?" which is perfect for afterhours hypnotism and finally back into the jackin' house side of things courtesy of Frenchman Julien Sandre with tough yet sexy groove of "Ordinary Madness"
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Beste Modus 4 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BESTE 004. Rel: 27 Oct 14
Deep House
  1. Stevn Aint Leavn - "Precious"
  2. Cinthie - "For The Ladies"
  3. Ed Herbst - "Urban Bias"
  4. Diego Krause - "Unite"
Review: For those not familiar with Beste Modus, they're a collective of DJs and producers based in East Berlin consisting of Diego Krause, Cinthie, stevn.aint.leavn, Ed Herbst and Albert Vogt. With influences ranging from techno to funk, their parties are diverse affairs; something that carries over to their label, which here hits its fourth hand-stamped release. stevn.aint.leavn is up first with "precious", a chunky piece of proper tech house with all the depth and melody needed to stand out; Cinthie's "For The Ladies" is a more bumping affair with subtle hints of Detroit; Ed Herbst takes things into the smaller hours with the midnight textures of "Urban Bias", and Diego Krause rounds things off with the raw, stripped back beats and breathy vocal of "Unite".
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Beste Modus 5 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BESTE 005. Rel: 02 Mar 15
Deep House
  1. Cinthie - "Ghetto Bastard" (7:11)
  2. Cinthie - "Jaaam" (6:42)
  3. Ed Herbst - "Cityscape" (7:14)
  4. Ed Herbst - "When I'm In The Elevator" (6:16)
Review: East Berlin's Beste Modus clan return with the fifth instalment of the series and it's another whopper! Cinthie lays down "Ghetto Bastard", a head-strong and kick-fuelled jerker reminiscent of Dance Mania's early output and "Jaaam", a deeper house joint with a subtle garage swing. On the flip, "Cityscape" by Ed Herbst is a spaced-out deep house cake with plenty of delay and a psychedelic touch, whereas "When I'm In The Elevator is bumpier and more club-ready. Another tight little EP from this crew!
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Borft EP (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: BORFT 140. Rel: 16 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Ol Pa Ibiza (6:01)
  2. Ol Pa Klubb (7:20)
  3. Ol Pa SM-Art Bar (4:50)
  4. Drikkepause (0:57)
  5. Nekta Ol Pa City Club (7:54)
Review: It's astonishing to think that Frak's Borft Records has now notched up three decades. The Swedish imprint remains as eccentric and essential as ever, as this label debut from inspired Norwegian oddball DJ Sotofett proves. By his standards, "Ol Pa Ibiza" and the stripped back "Ol Pa Klubb" are pretty straightforward, with the Sex Tags man laying ricocheting dub notes and percussion hits over a rock solid drum track and booming bassline. "Ol Pa SM-Art Bar" sees him channel the spirit of early British bleep techno and the darker end of Belgian new beat on a clandestine mid-tempo chugger, while "Drikkepause" is a quick-fire shot of ambience built around echoing bells. Finally, he heads for a dirty warehouse on the acid-laden, EBM informed sleaziness of "Nekta Ol Par City Club".
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Tentacles Of The Deep EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BUCKET 008. Rel: 08 Aug 16
Deep House
  1. Umibozu
  2. When Craken Show Up
  3. Umibozu (Tomi Chair Move In The Deep Sea remix)
  4. Tentacles Of The Deep
Review: Bucketround presents the eighth EP written and produced by Manuel Costela, 3 tracks and the remix of Tominori Hosoya (Japan) inspired by Japanese Middle Ages, when mythological monsters wake up from the Deep.

"Omibozu (Original version)" is a trip of rhythms and percussion in the middle of a survival battle in the purest sound of American deep house style. "When Craken Show Up" provides us with a delicious fragrance and textures from the reefs, mixing feelings with the voice of the composer. "Omibozu remix" is the powerful touch of Tominori Hosoya "Tomi Chair" (HQ Pressing-Japan) and the dance floor face of the monster directly from Pacific ocean. "Tentacles Of The Deep" is the relaxing movement of the EP, from the caves of the darkness and naughty voices of Andrea Rocha to enter the depths mixed with Manuel Costela's piano.
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Ascendance (100 gram vinyl 10")
Cat: CMD 004. Rel: 21 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Heal (8:29)
  2. Plight (8:27)
Review: From his appearances on Aesthetic Audio and Ornate through to his own Atmospheric Existence label, Miles Sagnia continues to be one of the best kept secrets of British deep techno, and that's no more apparent than on this stunning release for Common Dreams. There's a looped up insistence to "Heal", but it's offset by emotive movement in the synth lines and an overall spiritual quality that escapes much cyclical techno. "Plight" takes a slightly slower path, amping up the early UK electronica tones for an immersive experience shaped out by interlocking rhythms and snaking melodies. It's a truly classy statement that stays true to techno while saying something original.
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Cat: DKO 17. Rel: 30 May 17
Deep House
  1. En Panna Dauber (5:15)
  2. B1 Bobun (4:52)
  3. Amarou & Behzad (2:24)
  4. Aloe Vera (5:30)
  5. Electropp (3:39)
  6. Glauquemort (3:23)
Review: D.KO's very own Rag Dabons (aka label founder Gabriel and friend Sandro) get busy on the broken drums for this epic six-track EP that kicks it hardcore (the break-rifled jungle steppers "En Panna Dauber" and "Aloe Vera") kicks it old school (the icy charms of electro poppers "B1 Bobun" and "Electropop") and kicks it freestyle (the sludgy "Glauquemort" and echo chamber obliterating "Amarou & Behzad") Nothing will ever be the same again...
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LB aka LABAT
Cat: DKO 14. Rel: 12 Dec 16
Deep House
  1. Dance Sista (6:33)
  2. STE 11 (You Know) (3:59)
  3. Duper Avec Rancho (2:38)
  4. Herbal Vapours (6:51)
  5. Queendom (5:34)
Review: French crew D.KO have had some killer releases this year, particularly Mad Rey's recent effort but now tap Lyon based producer LB aka Labat aka Baptistin Cabalou, who has also released on Robsoul and BFDM in recent times. It's quite a dusty and soulful affair, all in all, and will appeal to fans of Detroit deep house, typically Moodymann or Three Chairs. Starting out with some blunted hip-hop style jams like "Dance Sista" or "STE 11 (You Know)", he's then into the groovy stuff such as on "Duper Avec Rancho" which is reminiscent of Theo Parrish's late nineties output, the sexy discofied vocal house of "Herbal Vapours" (a real highlight!) and the lo-slung soul jam "Queendom" closing out this great EP just nicely.
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Cat: DKO 22. Rel: 23 Jul 18
Deep House
  1. Mad Rey - "L'Anguille" (Dodson Beat) (4:37)
  2. Mad Rey - "Afterwork" (6:08)
  3. Mezigue - "House Mezigue L'Homme Du Temps" (6:58)
  4. Mezigue - "New DWN With It" (version 1.2) (5:44)
Review: Two of D.KO's most important players get all smoky on this neatly symmetrical 12"; longstanding label friend and one of its most consistent artists Mad Rey (AKA Quentin Leroy) takes the A with two blunderbuss grooves: "L'Anguille" is based around a crucial soul sample that rises and rises with total house positivity while "Afterwork" nods to late 80s Chicago with its Fingers style bassline and dreamy pads. Label bossman and all-round bemasked mystery Mezigue brings up the rear on the B; "House Mezigue L'Homme Du Temps" playfully ups the tempo a notch or ten with a wry wink to Detroit while "New DWN" is a Rolando style stomper where the dreamiest pads imaginable are underpinned by cement-like kicks. Spark up.
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Played by: Ben Sims
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Deep Sensation EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: D3E 004. Rel: 26 Jan 15
Deep House
  1. In The Groove
  2. Deep Sensation
  3. From The Pyramids To The Stars
  4. Industrial Life
Review: A second release on D3 Elements for Raymond "RayDilla" Funnye aka Strong Souls, the man who kicked off the Detroit & Chicago focused label last year. Opener "In The Groove" has a loose and louche late night jazz vibe to its glowing chords and jumbled beats, whilst "Deep Sensation" is a sumptuous go slow delight with kick drums miles apart and golden chords and meandering synths draped over the top. On the flip, "From The Pyramids To The Stars" is an insular affair that pulls you right in; drums tumble with a tiny tribal tinge, pads are long tailed and the percussion is well defined, metallic and gently caresses your ears. Closer "Industrial Life" is the most dancefloor of the lot, with firm house kicks, a rugged bassline and beautifully designed little hooks dangling in mid air above.
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Cat: DIRT 096. Rel: 14 Apr 16
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Conkers (6:42)
  2. Do The Right Thing (6:40)
  3. Do The Right Thing (Nachtbraker remix) (7:23)
  4. New Attitude (6:34)
Review: Two spotlessly reputable imprints collide for some barbed disco fun as The Revenge provides three blistering new originals: "Conkers" rolls with an arpeggio so slippery and physical it could make Moroder blush, "Do The Right Thing" teases and tickles with a dreamy deep house feel thanks to its Julien Jabre-style keys (and its happy-slap jack-attack filtered disco remix from Nachtbraker) Finally we hit "New Attitude", a progressive cosmic chugger that sits somewhere between Faze Action and Guy J. Three very different and far-ranging cuts from The Revenge on this one. Hear him Roar...
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Shango EP (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: DTR 11. Rel: 31 May 19
Deep House
  1. Winston's Midnight Disco (5:44)
  2. Shango (5:37)
  3. Better Late Than Never (5:31)
Review: Former Slum Village and Platinum Pied Piper beat maker Waajeed has thrown himself into soulful, synth-laden deep house production of late, primarily by making his presence felt on cuts by fellow Detroit legend Theo Parrish. Here he strikes out on his own with a brilliantly colourful, imaginative and on-point EP of solo productions. There's much to admire throughout, from the looked vibraphone melodies, darting brass and undulating broken house rhythms of "Shango", to the Dego and Kaidi Tatham style, jazz-funk influenced electro smoothness of "Better Late Than Never". Opener "Winston's Midnight Disco", where hushed synth-disco samples are wrapped into alien synth lines and elastic bass, is also rather fine.
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Ten Toes Down EP (12" + insert)
Cat: DTR 016. Rel: 05 Aug 19
Deep House
  1. Heavy (feat Candi Lindsey) (6:04)
  2. Heavy (instrumental) (6:06)
  3. Deeper Into Blue (feat Candi Lindsey) (5:41)
  4. Too Black (5:31)
Review: Detroit mainstay Waajeed is back on the case with another heavyweight slab for his Dirt Tech Reck label. "Heavy" pulls no punches - this track is peak time soul music turned up to 11 not least thanks to Wu-Tang songstress Blue Raspberry under alias Candi Lindsey's staggering diva vocal. The track also comes in instrumental form, but trust us and reach for the vocal to send a crowd into rapture. Lindsey returns on "Deeper Into Blue", another sprightly house cut with melancholy and hope in equal measure. "Too Black" rounds the EP off with a twitching broken beat groove that speaks to Waajeed's accomplished history in the truly soulful end of contemporary club music.
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ENDZ 022 (splattered heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 022. Rel: 25 Jul 18
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (10:17)
  2. Track 2 (10:43)
Review: For the latest missive on the Eastenderz imprint he established in 2014, East End Dubs has turned to a notoriously reliable source: Romanian minimal scene stalwart Arapu. It's the Bucharest-based producer's first missive of 2018 and also marks his Eastenderz debut. He begins in confident fashion on Side-A, wrapping distant percussion hits, atmospheric field recordings, bubbly electronics and deep space chords around a smooth but mind-altering groove rich in shuffling drum hits and hypnotic sub-bass. Turn to the flip for a bolder and arguably funkier excursion, where metallic hits and pot boiling electronic motifs spit and dart above a classically low-slung tech-house groove.
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Cat: ED 021. Rel: 19 Mar 08
Electro House
  1. Take Off Your Jacket (intro)
  2. Suck It
  3. Edwrecker 2.0
  4. Numanoid
  5. Hawaian Smut
Review: Feadz, the producer behind Uffie comes back with a vengance, under his own moniker. 'Happy Meal EP' is a killer Ed Banger-esque slice of vinyl of the highest club order... You've been warned.
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Cat: EC 01TLF01. Rel: 20 Feb 19
Deep House
  1. Aquatrak (FM AM mix) (7:53)
  2. Amerikadegari (453-459 mix) (7:21)
  3. Hurricane (Purple mix) (6:25)
Review: Norwegian producer Henning Severud AKA Telephones has decided to launch his own label. Fittingly, he handles the imprint's debut himself, dipping into his archive to serve up three tracks recorded at different times between 1998 and 2018. Our pick of a warm, colourful and loved-up bunch is "Aquatrak (FM AM Mix)", where jangling, Balearic house style piano riffs and dreamy chords splash around atop a chunky disco bassline and rolling drums. The quality threshold remains high throughout, though, with the '90s New Jersey-influenced deep house flex of "Amerikadegari (453-459 Mix)" and the late '80s Italian deep house vibes of "Hurricane (Purple Mix)" being almost equally as good.
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Cat: FARO 214CD. Rel: 22 Oct 19
Deep House
  1. Macumba Quebrada
  2. A Vicious Circle
  3. Until The End
  4. Biology
  5. Amnesia Haze
  6. Orbitus
  7. Only U
  8. Sombra Do Dragao
  9. Fallen Notes
  10. Dirty Trix
  11. Red Doves
  12. One Nite Stand
  13. Archangel
  14. As Light Fades
Review: Earlier in the year, Far Out welcomed Daniel Maunick - son of Incognito's Jean-Paul Maunick - to the label. Since then he's released two 12" singles, both of which offered dancefloor-friendly fusions of house, broken beat, jazz-funk and Brazilian sounds. He expands on this theme on "Macumba Quebrada", an impressive debut album which highlights various mix-up bass music and samba (the weighty title track), deep house and jazz-funk ("Until The End", the warm and synth-laden "One Nite Stand"), jazz and drum & bass ("Red Doves"), samba and dream house ("Fallen Notes"), jazz and hip-hop ("Amnesia Haze"), and ambient and space jazz ("As Light Fades"). It's a mixed-up stylistic blend, for sure, but one that hangs together admirably despite the producer's musical dexterity.
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Objects Remixes EP1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FMORGANA 02. Rel: 16 Feb 15
Deep House
  1. Typewriter (HNNY remix)
  2. Jarvy (Selvy interpretation)
  3. Emotion (Jacques Renault remix)
  4. Virheitaa (Cold Chillin' Inkswel remix)
Review: Kito Jempere's (Freerange Records, Dirt Crew Recordings, forthcoming on Let's Play House and official remix for Red Snapper will be out on Lo Recordings UK) solo imprint Fata Morgana returnes with first remixes EP. After debuting with his full lenght 'Objects' on this remix EP Kito gathers producers who were keen on his album, on A-side u will find swedish finest HNNY (Local Talk, Studio Barnhus, Let's Play House) and newcommer from Poland i Selvy (released now on Legendary Sound Research and forthcoming on Trasatlantyk). On a flip u will find Jacques Renault's (Let's Play House, Let's Get Lost) version of 'Emotion' track and Cold Chillin' Inkswel (Wolf Music, City Fly, People Must Jam) version of 'Virheita'. On next remixes EP you can expect Ptaki, Titonton Duvante, Suzanne Kraft, Ruf Dug and others. This remix EP is mastered by Kuniyuki Takahashi (Mule Musiq).
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What Is Free (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FS 031. Rel: 02 Nov 15
Deep House
  1. An Ever
  2. Rrecs
  3. What Is Free
  4. BR56
Review: Finale Sessions is excited about this release from Knoxville, Tennessee artist Alex Falk. He has been on our radar for some time now so we are pleased to share this with you! The A1 track "An Ever" is one of our favorite tracks on the EP, with dreamy pads and monstrous stabs making for a fantastic floor-stomper. Rounding out the A side is "Rrecs", a deep Techno cut with clattering chords and moving drums and claps. B1 track "What Is Free" is another solid peak time killer with thick stabs and cut-up vocals making for a perfect Finale Sessions release. Finally, "BR56" brings up the tempo while chilling out the vibe with dubbed-out chords, nasty filter work and a sound floating somewhere between Techno and House.
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Plevna (100 gram vinyl 10")
Cat: FN 005. Rel: 15 Aug 16
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Cherna M
  2. Kor
  3. Gazelei Spirit
  4. Dunarea
Review: Plevna (an alias of Horatiu Serbanescu, long-time contriver at Future Nuggets and co-founder of Steaua de Mare) presents its first full EP.

After incubating for almost 2 years while extracting and forging gems in the south-east space-time anomalies, the untraceable sound of Plevna has reached the optimum balance between eighties delicate nostalgia and contemporary local oriental melody. Bouncing on the delightfully twisted 9/8 groove, this is a unique contact with a multiverse under meticulous construction, an excursion abundant in haunting tunes and unfamiliar melancholy.
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Cat: HCS 992. Rel: 12 May 14
Deep House
  1. Interfusion
  2. Demonia
  3. Never Ending Similarities
Review: In addition to his role curating some killer anonymous tackle on the fledgling Take The Elevator label, Bristol based producer Marco Bernardi has been keeping up a envious rate of production output with this debut slab for Harbour City Sorrow a third release of the year thus far. Already a regular contributor to parent label Frustrated Funk, Bernardi brings a similar level of hardware driven emotion to Never Ending Similarities, with a warmth and intricacy to both lead track "Interfusion Biamp" and the title cut that few can match. Bernardi completists will reveal in the presence of "Demonia" on vinyl for the first time, having first been released on the digital version of Switches, Drawers and Washing Machines, his 2009 album for Frustrated Funk.
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Maks EP (12" 再出版)
Cat: HELP 015. Rel: 30 Oct 19
Deep House
  1. Que (6:25)
  2. Da Bu (6:41)
  3. Ma La (7:12)
  4. Klum (4:04)
Review: Denmark's DJ Central has been behind some of the most interesting - and fun - house music of the last few years. His melodic, energetic take on the genre harks back to the Scandi-house heyday and now he's back with a third EP of the year already, this time on regular home Help. After opening with the lithe but dubbed out "Que", "Da Bu" moves things along with its punchy rubbery kicks and busy, rump-wiggling synth bass and "Ma La" exudes pure human warmth with jazzy chords and closer "Klum" gets more freaky, with a minimal rhythm and molten chords taking you to the afters.
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Cat: HYPE 054. Rel: 24 Aug 16
Techno
  1. Pressing Matters (7:14)
  2. Born In '92 (5:31)
  3. Pressing Matters (Robag Pinvoldex Sull NB) (7:43)
  4. Push (feat Tanaya Harper) (5:51)
Review: Irish tape throb enthusiast The Cyclist adds Bristol house bastions Hypercolour to his discography with this fine four-track 12", Pressing Matters, which features a remix from Pampa and Kompakt legend Robag Wruhme! The title track is a fine example of The Cyclist's warped charm, conjuring bendy bass lines, faltering breakbeats and wavy synth lines over seven delightfully heat-treated minutes. The Robag Wruhme is just as epic, sounding like a lost breakbeat artefact dug up for gleeful 21st century consumption. "Born In '92" adds plenty of pirate radio chatter into it's deep and spectral house bump, whilst Tanaya Harper's vocals lend a palpable edge to the brittle garage swing of closer "Push."
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Eagle City (12")
Cat: INT 001. Rel: 28 Nov 07
Electro House
  1. Eagle City
  2. Mariacha
Review: Inrernasjonal is the new label from Norway's Prins Thomas. With an uber-cool first offering by Nick Chacona, both tracks on "Eagle City" are far superior to many of this years released house fare! Don't miss it.
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Mainline (140 gram vinyl 12")
IZU
Cat: IZU 002. Rel: 15 Aug 16
Deep House
  1. Mainline (Raw mix)
  2. Mainline (Raw dub)
Review: The second release on IZU Recordings with two rugged & raw gems by Irish Man John Daly.
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Tribute EP (12")
Cat: KOMEX 095. Rel: 03 Apr 18
Techno
  1. 1-4 Doctor C'est Chouette (10:59)
  2. From The Crypt To The Astrofloor (10:47)
Review: Ok, so the Speicher 95 series from Cologne's mythical Kompakt label is always capable of pleasing all sorts of DJs, from the shady outsider freaks to the progressive show-off, but having Laurent Garnier on top of that feels like striking gold. The legendary French producer and DJ doesn't exactly release a lot of music these days, so a new two-tracker by the man feels like something truly special to adorn our charts with. On the A-side, "1-4 Doctor C'est Chouette" is an explorative house voyage with plenty of life and organic energy behind its deep web of bass tones and spaced-out melodies; the flip, "From The Crypt To The Astrofloor", is another story altogether - Garnier enters a new realm of cerebral fantasy here, a world that sits more in line with films like Akira or Blade Runner rather than a basement dance floor. Magic.
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Cat: KOMPAKT 149. Rel: 04 Jan 07
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Trauermusik (original mix)
  2. Trauermusik (Alter Ego mix)
Review: Partial Arts delivers a perfect hymn for dancefloors.
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Shine EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LFR 009. Rel: 26 Jan 15
Deep House
  1. Shine
  2. Desake
  3. Journey's End
Review:  Layered, progressive, modern electronic music with ethereal harmonics and a nod to analogue forefathers is a universal in John Daly's musical cannon. And with Shine he's formulated a song that could encapsulate a moment in time at a Love Fever party. That 5am throb. Peaks and lows of a breather in the night,the sweating crowd, the stabbing baseline and fluctuating strings played loud and proud. In short, and unstoppable EP from a producer on the very top of his game. A Detroit influenced yet clearly very contemporary EP with strong support already on this one. With the B-Side, Desake floats into the EP, with a lead vocal stab layering into a dream-like baseline and rolling drum pattern continuing where Shine left off. And Journey's End may well be the secret weapon on this EP, playing out like a bard's lament.
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The Persian Prince EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LIPS 004. Rel: 08 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Voyage
  2. Last Orders
  3. Escapism
Review: A storming debut E.P from The Persian Prince, Kasra V. A 21 year old from Tehran who hit the shores of London four years ago armed with a bag of his uncle's boogie & disco and a taste in music belying his years. A residency at Love Fever has seen him holding his own with the likes of Young Marco, Jonny Rock, DJ Nature, and a radio show on the prodigious NTS has seen him showcasing his tasted amongst the most listened on the station. Learning his craft over the last 3 years on his trusty MPC2000, battery of FM keyboards and midi synced drum machines, his debut EP comes with a synth infused sound and a nod to 80s sleazy late night b movies.




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Played by: Steve Lee, Nummer, Kasra V
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Cat: MFD 015. Rel: 04 Nov 13
Deep House
  1. Like Dis (original mix)
  2. Like Dis (T Bone remix)
  3. On The QT (original mix)
  4. On The QT (De Sluwe Vos Kontra remix)
Review: Made Fresh Daily's 15th release has arrived. Jordan serves up 2 big house joints, geared towards the dancefloor. De Sluwe Vos and T-Bone's remixes take the originals to darker and tougher realms.
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Classics (12")
Cat: MOJUBAGOD 3. Rel: 05 Mar 14
Deep House
  1. Forever Monna (with Stacey Pullen - Oracy extended Factory Mornings edit)
  2. Don't Try It (with Ron Trent)
  3. A Dedication To Joss (with Ralph Lawson)
  4. The Feeling (with MK)
Review: The title says it all with this gathering of Chez Damier gems for the Mojuba label which features the man himself looking rather content with life on the cover. First up is "A Dedication To Joss", one of the finest moments Ralph Lawson has ever been involved in with its instantly recognisable vocal snaps and crafty construction. Then two mixes of "Forever" with Stacey Pullen draw on the evergreen "Forever Monna" riff and work it amongst some chunkier basslines and drums to bring different slants to a legendary house riff. Last but by no means least is the classic Chez and Ron Trent collaboration "Don't Try It". Don't sleep!
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Cat: PERLON 92-3. Rel: 05 Sep 12
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Defixia
  2. Koito
Review: The final chapter of Senor Villalobos' third full-length LP came in the form of an A and B side - two tracks which end Dependent & Happy in true Villalobian fashion. "Defixia" is an irresistibly skippy trail of gentle snares and even more amiable melodies. The closing track, "Koito" continues this new found harmonic style by Ricardo, adding a hefty dosage of sub-aquatic synth bleeps all complete with his trademark percussion.
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Cat: PERLON 110. Rel: 07 Sep 16
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Deep Under Sobriety Regime (5:48)
  2. Loop (0:11)
  3. Looking Through A Glassy Mind (7:01)
  4. Loop (0:10)
Review: Some fresh material from Maayan Nidam is always welcome here at Juno HQ. It's approaching cliche but Nidam trades in quality not quantity, her two solo albums augmented by a smattering of singles across Perlon, Freak N Chic and Wolf N Lamb and the recent signing to Nina Kraviz's TRIP label. Of course Nidam has a strong relationship with Perlon, extending beyond her solo work to encompass the Mara Trax collaboration with Vera, and this latest record is a fine addition to both artist and label's discographies. Arriving in 10" format, Deep Under Sobriety Regime pairs the deep, trippy driving sounds of the title track with "Looking Through A Glassy Mind" which sounds like an abstracted take on Mr Oizo classic "Flat Beat." Perlon also include two locked groove loops from Nidam for the more adventurous DJs out there.
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Soa (12")
Cat: PERLON 122. Rel: 26 Jun 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Soa (8:20)
  2. I Believe I Need (10:09)
Review: Reductionist house masters Thomas Melchior and Fumiya Tanaka team up once again to provide some choice basic trance inductions on this terrific new EP for Perlon. This follows up 2017's amazing "The Warmth" on Melchior's Aspect Music and likewise will hypnotise you into submission with its deep and afterhours vibe. On the A side we have the ultra-smooth bounce of "Soa" with its disorienting vocal cuts ups, sparse keys and immaculate rhythm arrangements, altogether making for an intoxicating late night vibe. On the flip, go further (and weirder) into the late morning with the classy minimalism of "I Believe I Need" which reaches near psychedelic levels.
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RMXD (12")
Cat: PETS 090. Rel: 18 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Don't (Roman Flugel remix) (8:31)
  2. It's Happening (DJ Steaw remix) (6:59)
  3. Rave History (Pional remix) (7:11)
  4. Keep On (feat Green Velvet - LAWLER remix) (7:14)
Review: As the matter-or-fact title suggests, this EP delivers fresh remixes of cuts from Catz 'N' Dogz bulging back catalogue. First to give the Polish outfit a thorough going over is Roman Flugel, who turns "Don't" into a melancholic mid-tempo dub-house shuffler rich in blissful electric piano chords, ricocheting echo effects and drifting vocal samples. Next, DJ Steaw delivers a fine deep house rub of "It's Happening" that fixes warm and dreamy elements to a typically bustling dancefloor groove, before Pional steals the show with a sparkling version of "Rave History" that sounds like late '80s/early '90s Pet Shop Boys after a four-day club session. Finally, LAWLER channels the essence of Danny Tenaglia for a big room-ready rework of "Keep On".
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Cat: PP 019. Rel: 07 Dec 16
Deep House
  1. Some Song Teachers (5:56)
  2. Dilemma (5:40)
Review: There's a lot to be said for club music that aims to both soothe the senses and move the feet. We can think of few better examples than "Some Song Teachers", the title track from this Public Possession collaboration between Cos/Mes member 5ive and label-hopping Swede Samo DJ. While underpinned by a sturdy, tactile rhythm track, it's the blissful electronics and undulating, rising and falling synthesizer melodies - new age influenced, but also intensely positive and mood-enhancing - that make the track so addictive. Flipside "Dilemma" is similarly smile inducing, offering a tasty twist on melodious, dusty deep house. It's nowhere near as striking as its' predecessor, but it's still a very fine track indeed.
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Cat: QUINTESSE 56. Rel: 04 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Intro (1:15)
  2. No Dreams (6:32)
  3. Stuttgart Sessions (feat Stylus Heat) (4:48)
  4. Fanta Club (6:34)
  5. Black Alley Shuffle (4:34)
Review: German imprint Quintessentials' mission statement is to keep underground house music on the map. It claims to hold a candle to those old house records: they love that raw yet soulful vibe. For their 56th (!) release they have tapped Mexican producer 4004, who has had releases also of late on FACES, Poetry In Motion and Late Night Jackin'. Smoky late night groove "No Dreams" gets things off to a good start with its smooth Rhodes, bumpy bassline and hypnotic bongo action. We particularly enjoyed the pumping NYC basement vibe of B side cut "Fanta Club" while "Black Alley Shuffle" gets back to the program in sexy and dusky fashion complete with some dusty rhythms, diva vocals and further mood lighting with the impressive use of filter sweeps.
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Bohla EP (12")
R&S
Cat: RS 1102. Rel: 08 Mar 11
Techno
  1. Bohla (5:35)
  2. Kaz (6:38)
  3. Lavender (5:21)
Review: Amidst all the rightfully celebrated contributions to the R&S revival from James Blake and Space Dimension Controller last year, the punishing dancefloor update of the label's sonic template from Hemlock boss Untold was sort of passed by. Hailing from Barnsley, Blawan becomes the latest rising talent to appear on the iconic Belgian imprint, and takes his cue from Jack Dunning, fully embracing the 303 sound that characterised the label in its pomp and delivering three thrilling tracks that further demonstrate the budding potential shown on his Hessle Audio debut. Lead track "Bohla" sets the tone, crafting a menacing rhythmic swing from a titular growl and smudged bass drums, with intermittent upwards swirls of 303 constantly building and dropping off. "Kaz" proves to be brilliantly schizophrenic in its approach, with intricate drum rhythms cascading around whilst acid lines twist in ten different directions across almost seven freakout-inducing minutes. What really impresses with Blawan is an innate talent for unique rhythms and it's most apparent on the abrasive delight of "Lavender", with rattling percussion covered in a thick viscous bassline truffle shuffle.
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RETRO 002 (white vinyl 12")
Cat: RETRO 002. Rel: 14 Aug 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. No Lies (7:25)
  2. Envogue (8:37)
Review: This white vinyl 12" contains more mysterious and mind altering minimal techno/deep house fusion from the Retrospect label, an imprint that steadfastly refuses to provide details of the artists behind its releases. A-side "No Lies" is foreboding and hypnotic in equal measure, with undulating electronics, swirling chords, ghostly textures and echoing aural elements bobbing and weaving above a chunky, locked-in groove. The even more hypnotic "Envogue" continues on a similar tip, with elongated chords and delay-laden vocal snippets rising above a rock solid kick drum pattern, simple but weighty bassline and tech-house percussion programming.
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Played by: Javier Carballo
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Cat: RB 072. Rel: 25 Apr 18
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Neutron Dance (6:39)
  2. Division Ave (4:24)
  3. Shockzoid (9:07)
  4. Moonshake Mine (6:04)
Review: In recent times, Krystal Klear's EPs have wholeheartedly paid tribute to a variety of (mostly New York-based) historic clubs, artists and dance music sub-genres. While he's officially broken the spell with The Division EP - his first outing on Running Back - for the most part it's still a heart-warming, retro-futurist treat. He kicks things off with the cheery, Italo-disco revivalism of "Neutron Dance", where throbbing synthesizer arpeggio lines and mid-80s melodies are underpinned by a bustling mid-tempo house groove, before slowing things down via the Balearic synth-pop shuffle of "Division Ave". Turn to the flipside and you'll find more muscular, freestyle-meets-acid house fun (wild and mind-altering peak-time highlight "Shockzoid") as well as the baggy, glassy-eyed Balearic house rush of closer "Moonshake Mike".
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Cat: RBSHAN 02. Rel: 31 Aug 16
Deep House
  1. The City Never Sleeps (6:33)
  2. Lin FM (6:12)
  3. Caliber (6:11)
  4. 691 Beats (4:52)
Review: Ever since Gerd Janson snapped up his fine Chord Memories E.P back in 2014, Shan has enjoyed a productive relationship with Running Back. City Never Sleeps marks the Frankfurt producer's third outing on the hyped house imprint, and boasts a quartet of retro-futurist treats. He doffs a cap to the melodious analogue deep house of the Burrell Brothers and Larry Heard on the delicious title track, before effortlessly emphasizing his own chunky, cymbal-heavy groove on the subtly acid-flecked "Lin FM". "Caiber" sees him sending shivers down the spine via warehouse-friendly piano riifs and boisterous house breakbeats, while closer "691 Beats" is a pulsating, bass-heavy drum workout with added rave riffs.
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Cat: SAT 033. Rel: 22 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Take It Back (7:02)
  2. What Iz Deep House (6:43)
  3. Sand (7:00)
  4. Sand (Frank & Tony Breakaway dub) (6:41)
Review: Fresh from inspired outings on Freerange, Monologues and Axe on Wax, Greg Stewart brings his DJ Aakmael project to Scissor & Thread. He sets his stall out via opener "Take It Back", a wonderfully loose, relaxed and sepia-tinted deep house cut that simply oozes melodious warmth from start to finish. Stewart showcases his knowledge of vintage New Jersey deep house on "What Iz Deep House", where pitched-down spoken word samples and jazzy riffs work in unison with a snappy drum machine groove, before opting for a classic Frankie Knuckles sound on the tactile and piano-heavy "Sand". Frank and Tony are on hand to remix the latter, delivering a stripped-back and bass-heavy dub that's every bit as alluring as Stewart's original version.
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Cat: SOMA 417. Rel: 17 Dec 14
Techno
  1. Luxury 3
  2. Luxury 4
Review: Even by dub techno standards, Rob Modell seems to be unfeasibly productive. There's been a veritable deluge of Deepchord-related releases this year - all up to the Detroit-based producer's impeccable standards, of course - with the first Luxury 12" on Soma arguably standing out. This follow-up is predictably strong, with Modell expertly crafting two starry, melodic and admirably hypnotic compositions. Choose between the twinkling melodies, rolling chords and starlight grooves of "Luxury 3" and the bolder, more sci-fi tinged "Luxury 4", whose undulating percussion, fluid chords and dub-style live mixing guarantee eyes-wide-shut thrills.
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Bokide 325 (12")
Cat: SOMA 431. Rel: 01 Sep 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Into The Void (5:15)
  2. Descension (4:31)
  3. Unsound Mind (4:56)
  4. Terra Incognita (4:14)
Review: Floating between their own B12 imprint and the mighty Warp Records, the UK's Michael Golding and Steve Rutter, also known as B12, have been important in the development of the Anglo techno and IDM scenes up to this day. In 2015, after a lengthy hiatus which saw them release their last 12" in 2007, the duo make their return and it's on Slam's legendary Soma imprint. A good British showdown, indeed. "Into The Void" is a pile of broken drum machine twists, while "Descension" leans towards classic electronica patters and 'intelligent' techno routes. On the flipside, "Unsound Mind" clicks and steps its way through eerie pads and heavy slices of kick drums, whereas "Terra Incognita" enters the ambient kingdom, a habitat only mildly populated by percussion. Terrific.
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Played by: John Shima
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Tusk Wax Seventeen (limited hand-stamped 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TW 17. Rel: 08 Jun 15
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Moor Teeth
  2. Ministry Of Death
  3. Ministry Of Death (Manpower remix)
  4. Mother Tongue
Review: 500 12" 180g, hand stamped, individually numbered records, single press only.
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