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Reverie(s) (hand-numbered clear mint vinyl 12" in spray-painted sleeve limited to 200 copies (comes in different coloured sleeve, we cannot guarantee which one you will receive))
Cat: KIMOCHI 28. Rel: 18 Dec 17
Techno
  1. Do Let Your Youth Go To Waste (5:36)
  2. Dancing On Soft Borders (reprise) (4:36)
  3. After A Short Illness (2:43)
  4. Dancing On Soft Borders (3:56)
  5. RIYL Failures (9:32)
Review: While the name may be new, A New Line (Related) is supposedly the work of an already established musician, although Kimochi was never a label that cared about hype. The music stands just fine on its own, digging into the kind of dusty and dusky house and techno formations that the label has forged its hand-sprayed identity on. There's plenty of ambient techno twirls to be enjoyed on the likes of "Dancing On Soft Borders", while the beats melt away entirely on "After A Short Illness" and grandiose EP closer "RIYL Failures". Once again Kimochi comes up with the kind of meaningful variations on the 4/4 framework that keep our record bags full and our souls enriched.
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Entireless (12")
Cat: TESUJI 1. Rel: 15 Mar 16
Techno
  1. Area - "Entireless" (9:31)
  2. Donato Dozzy - "Genesis Chamber Beats" (9:26)
Review: Chicago producer M50, aka Area, and hypnotic techno don Donato Dozzy inaugurate new mysterious imprint Tesuji. On the A side Area tears it up on "Entireless," an industrial strength monster with grinding and razor sharp synth textures buzzing about the place in restrained fury and reminiscent of Regis or more recently Perc. On the flip Signor Dozzy serves up a surprisingly fierce yet restrained effort that's powered by all the atmosphere and tunnelling vision that he's renowned for. Sure he had to work some pretty intense source material, but he's no doubt made this one his own!
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Cat: BIG STRICK. Rel: 07 Jun 11
Deep House
  1. State Of Emergency
  2. Maybe 1 Day (feat Tony Coates)
  3. Yllabian Dogfight
  4. Under Tone
  5. Fear No Fear (feat Don Q)
  6. War Dance
Review: The brilliantly monikered Big Strick - familial elder to Omar S and responsible for the odd killer release on his younger cousin's FXHE imprint - belatedly sates the appetite of record collectors keen to indulge in his recent album Detroit Heat with a six track selection of the choicest cuts spread across this twelve inch. Seemingly drawing influence from a myriad of Motor City influences, Detroit Heat impressively flits between murky deep house, tracky techno and hypnotic jack-tracks. Like many of his contemporaries, Strick is a sucker for 'cement mixer' production - that distinctly Detroitian sound where every beat, groove or bassline sounds like the master tapes have been marinated in grit. That trademark sound, alongside a solid selection of floor-friendly grooves, makes Detroit Heat an excellent addition to the Motor City house canon. The rubbery spinal atmospherics of "Under Tone" and the Tony Coates vocally assisted jack of "Maybe 1 Day" are particular highlights!
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Cat: 1005. Rel: 10 May 12
Techno
  1. Alpha & Omega
  2. Origin
  3. Bloodline
Review: FXHE bloodline member Big Strick continues to excel on his own 7 Days Ent. label, dropping his first 12" of 2012 which has a nice community feel to proceedings. Alpha & Omega introduces us to Generation Next, a rising 16 year old talent from the streets of Detroit who contributes alongside Mr Strickland to all three tracks here. Stylistically, the three tracks here seem equally indebted to Juan Atkins pure techno endeavours as Infiniti and the sub aqueous grooves of Drexciya, not least the restrained title track which shimmers from the murky depths into a finely crafted liquid groove imbued with bubbling elatory Utopian textures. On the flip "Origin" ripples with pressure, its rhythmic elements grappling for your attention as the space between them decreases with Strick and Gen Next expertly layering texture upon texture. A masterful 12" shaped exercise in modern day Detroit sounds is completed with the devious electrofied snap of "Bloodline".
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  1. Big Strick - "Family Affair" (feat Omar S)
  2. Genereation Next - "Windsor Nights"
  3. Reckless Ron Cook - "Night Moves"
  4. Big Strick - "Armed & Dangerous"
Review: Leonard "Big Strick" Strickland is perhaps best known for his family ties with Omar-S (they're cousins), though his productions are well worthy of praise in their own right. Here, he offers up a sampler 12" featuring cuts from his recent (and excellent) Reservoir Dogs LP. Perhaps the most noteworthy cut is "Family Affair", a lovingly constructed chunk of hypnotic, melodic deepness written with Omar-S. That said, Strick's solo effort "Armed & Dangerous" - a winding chunk of voodoo techno - is arguably better. The mazy techno-funk of Reckless Ron Cook's "Night Moves" is also outstanding.
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Notget (Lotic Fromdeath Version) (etched translucent vinyl 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: 1304 TP12. Rel: 18 Aug 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Notget (Lotic Fromdeath version) (2:56)
Review: Texas club music icon Lotic continues Bjork's makeover on One Little Indian with another beautiful 12", cropped and packaged in a gorgeous silk-screened bag. Bjork's "Notget" had already been retuned by Lotic, but this time he returns to the turn with his Fromdeath version, jumping from solitary drones to broken shreds of power electronics, tribal drums and gun shots. It's a jagged, wayward affair for the more adventurous disc jockey, and one that will please both the floor shakers and the brain melters - this tune is only a shadow of its original self, and it comes as this week's top of the tips..!
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Claustro (heavyweigjht vinyl 12")
Cat: HDB 120. Rel: 14 Jun 19
Deep Dubstep
  1. Claustro (5:44)
  2. State Forest (7:53)
Review: While he's offered up the occasional remix, William "Burial" Bevan has been rather quiet of late. In fact, this two-tracker marks his first original material for almost two years. Lead cut "Claustro" is an unexpectedly up-tempo dancefloor affair - a sweet and sticky chunk of future-garage that sees Bevan wrap sugary female vocal snippets, spacey chords and bubbly analogue electronics around snappy two-step beats - drenched in vinyl crackle and tape hiss - and a rock solid bassline. It will raise a few eyebrows given his previous work but nevertheless sounds like a summer anthem in waiting. Bevan returns to familiar territory on flipside cut "State Forest", a ghostly, field recording-laden ambient excursion where pedal steel style motifs slowly rise above opaque electronics.
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Cat: TGPEXTRA 003. Rel: 20 Dec 16
Techno
  1. Claudio PRC & UNC - "CXXV" (9:39)
  2. Blazej Malinowski - "III" (8:18)
Review: Italy's TGP label has been a strong presence in the more wayward division of the house and techno game since 2010, and this has been thanks to the persistence and unifying vision of its most regular artists. Here, they team up in fine style on the label's third instalment of the TGPEXTRA series, with Claudio PRC and UNC leading the pack with "CXXV", a sombre, minimalistic techno deviation with just the right hint of dubby haze. "III" by Blazej Malinowski is an equally sparse and aqueous affair, stretching cold beats and placid stars of bass over a consistently shifting backdrop of soft harmonies and industrial sonics.
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Cat: TP 12. Rel: 20 Sep 19
Techno
  1. 90s (5:23)
  2. EBM (5:32)
  3. Nazca Lines (5:51)
Review: Do or Die has already made an impression on Nicolas Lutz's My Own Jupiter and now makes a sideways step to Binh's Time Passages, another label associated with a deep digging selection of underground DJs who are some of the most revered of the moment. Opener "90s" makes you wanna scream "aciiiiiiiiid" at the top of your voice, "EBM" channels some old school rave, breakbeat and techno vibes with its energetic drum patterns and bleeping synths. The title track is the most unusual of the lot, pairing withering synth lines with metallic drums and distorted drones that all add up to some powerful, warehouse-ready sounds.
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Played by: Cromby
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Cat: MMLP 808. Rel: 06 Feb 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Part I - Climb: Intro/Space Travel/Desert (12:01)
  2. Le Chien Est Parti (3:06)
  3. Part II - Summit: Amazon/Universe/Hare Krishna (10:13)
  4. La Fin Non-Triste (6:03)
Review: Pilotwings' Louis E Bola sets out on a brand new expedition with this stunning new odyssey Eiger Drums Propaganda. With a crew ranging from Arthur Tempo to Sound Of Duty Free via Akino Karma, the journey is as turbulent as it is singular. The ambient washes and faux demonism of "Climb", the vital twinkles of "Le Chien Est Parti", the beastly swampy textures of "Summit" and the cascading chimes and twangs of the dreamy finale "La Fin Non-Triste" all comprise to create an immersive, weird and beguiling trip. Ready to ascend?
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan, Mimi
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Cat: KOMPAKTEX 110. Rel: 23 Jul 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Pink Panzer (6:39)
  2. Argonaut (5:33)
Review: The 110th release from Kompakt Extra comes from Extrawelt, a long-serving electronic band from Hamburg that has previously impressed via albums and singles on Traum Schallplatten, Border Community, Darkroom Dubs and Cocoon Recordings. They naturally hit the ground running with "Pink Panzer", a bustling affair that mixes live drum breakbeats and tough machine percussion with moody, booming bass, creepy strings and evocative, ever-building tech-house electronics. Flipside "Argonaut" is an altogether sleazier and heavier affair full of thrusting, non-stop distorted bass, redlined post-electro drums and all manner of mind-mangling electronic effects. It's effectively the Yang to the A-side's Ying and, like its' predecessor, very good indeed.
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The Phoenix (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: HDBLP 022. Rel: 04 Jul 14
Ambient/Drone
  1. Portal 1
  2. Race To The Moon
  3. Letters Of The Past (feat Pia Ercole)
  4. Chasing Rainbows
  5. Perception
  6. Never Defeated (feat Rachel Claudio)
  7. Tension Remains (feat Pia Ercole)
  8. It’s All About (feat Pia Ercole)
  9. More (feat Marlo Reynolds)
  10. The Phoenix
  11. Portal 3
  12. Never Forget
  13. Portal 4
  14. Light On Edge (feat Natasha Kmeto)
Review: There's always been something rather special about King Britt's ability to effortlessly switch musical focus between projects and aliases. Contrast, for example, the retro-soul giddiness of Sylk 130, the electronic polyrhythms and heavy bruk of Oba Funke, and the trippy electronic darkness of his work under the baffling Fhloston Paradigm pseudonym. This debut album under that alias - on the back of a handful of singles a few years back - is predictably magical, mixing spaced-out textures and stargazing synths with off-kilter rhythms, loose jazz beats and Detroit-inspired grooves. Dark and atmospheric, with a touch of the Jeff Mills about it (certainly conceptually, if not aesthetically), The Phoenix makes for mesmerizing listening from start to finish.
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Cat: ATN 032. Rel: 30 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Natural High (3:13)
  2. KG Voice (5:55)
  3. La Isla (1:36)
  4. Keep (5:06)
  5. Blue Transfer (6:40)
Review: Geena is Frenchman Nicolas Molina, who appears for Parisian purveyors of obscure and exotic oddball grooves Antinote for his fifth album. The album will appeal to fans of retro flavoured balearic house made popular at the moment by the likes of Black Spuma, Tuff City Kids or stuff on Paramida's Love On The Rocks imprint. The '80s pan-pipe preset on the groovy "KG Voice" is a great example, or the funk, Amazonian acid house vibes of "Blue Transfer" more particularly; think 808 State. "Keep" goes for some thumping early' 90s UK techno vibes but lush ambient passages like "Natural High" and "La Isla" balance out the EP nicely.
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Cat: EE 005. Rel: 26 Mar 18
Electro
  1. Techno World (extended 12" mix) (7:00)
  2. Techno World (Beatapella) (1:34)
  3. Techno World (instrumental) (6:59)
  4. Techno World (Detroit's Filthiest remix) (3:17)
Review: Tim Checkley and Clint Watkins first joined forces in 2016, unleashing the original version of "Techno World" on Bass Agenda Recordings. Here, the track finally gets a vinyl release, with the duo's extended mix of their original version - a bass-heavy, funk-fuelled electro workout that sounds like an unlikely collaboration between Kraftwerk, Soulsonic Force, Newcleus and Cybotron - being joined by a trio of alternative versions. There's a "Beatapella" (sparse beats and vocoder vocals), a rock solid instrumental (a chance to revel in their liquid synth bass, delay-laden TR-808 hits and throbbing sub-bass) and a headline remix from Detroit's Filthiest. This is arguably the EP's standout moment and sounds like Aux88 covering Kraftwerk's "It's More Fun To Compute".
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Carried From Secret Seas (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: RE 16. Rel: 30 Apr 19
Bass
  1. Minus 10 (5:16)
  2. Rural Nightline (5:21)
  3. Carried From Secret Seas (5:12)
Review: Re:st regular Lcp has so far proven to be a producer with many musical talents, offering up a string of releases that flit between ambient, techno, IDM and off-kilter dancefloor moves. "Carried From Secret Seas" marks the producer's first solo EP for two years and sees him combine club-ready rhythms with evocative ambient chords and far-sighted, intergalactic electronics. The most robust of the three tracks is "Rural Nightline", a heavy, stripped-back and effects laden drum workout that's as creepy and clandestine as it is tough and intense. The other two cuts, "Minus 10" and "Carried From Secret Seas", are both far more dreamy and positive in tone, with Lcp wrapping ambient textures and soft focus melodies around deep broken techno beats.
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Played by: M50, Sanderson Dear
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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: M 020. Rel: 04 Sep 17
Techno
  1. Jazz Is The Teacher (9:30)
  2. The Cosmic Courier (8:33)
  3. Bassmental (6:16)
Review: Initially released back in 1993, M5003MB was an all-star collaboration between Detroit techno originator Juan Atkins, Rhythm & Sound man Moritz von Oswald and fellow Berlin techno stalwart Thomas Fehlmann. Predictably, the resultant three-tracker was rather special, as this timely reissue proves. Many Detroit techno enthusiasts cite A-side "Jazz is the Teacher" as one of the best examples of the style; an energy-packed Motor City romp full of jaunty, jazz-flecked drum machine hits, undulating synthesizer melodies and sci-fi intent. While superb, both of the B-side tracks - the acid-fired futurism of "Cosmic Courier" and post-bleep hustle of "Bassmental" are almost as good. In other words, it's an EP that every serious techno enthusiast should own.
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Soundscape Versions 02 (hand-stamped heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SVER 02. Rel: 26 Apr 16
Techno
  1. Octaedre - "M Nature II" (7:04)
  2. E110 - "Empty" (5:47)
  3. Mirage Man - "6AM" (5:46)
  4. Kuf - "Tascam Loops" (6:41)
Review: Thomas Berg's Soundscape Versions has Berlin very much at its heart; we're not talking street creds or look here, but purely musical aesthetic. It's champion artist, Octaedre, makes gorgeous swirls of dub techno and is named after one of Basic Channel's infamous 12"s, a totally fitting chice once you hear the fine groove of "M Nature II". Following the shadowy producer is E110 and the majestic glide of "Empty", another dubbed-out slammer, and while Mirage Man retains a form of dubbiness to his sonic manipulation, "6AM" is significantly more stripped-down and beat-heavy; "Tascam Loops" by Kuf takes a grainy palate of beats and bleeps, washes them over a fading glow of a bassline and wraps it all up in a nice techno package for you - probably the best tune on an already stellar EP. TIP!
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111 (2xLP)
Cat: FXHE 111L/AOS 111. Rel: 04 Nov 06
Deep House
  1. The Maker
  2. Motorcity Jackpot
  3. Blade Runner
  4. Quadriplegic Companion
  5. C J A I PUR
  6. Foe Show
Review: Six brand new shakers from Omar S...This is the sh*t! Never confined to one particular genre, Omar is again blending house, techno and even minimal styles into one big pot of deep Detroit underground funk. There's even some Basic Channel / Deep Chord vibes going on there somewhere. Simply killer.
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Cat: OSMUK 054EP. Rel: 04 Sep 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Overlook - "Former Self" (7:59)
  2. Pessimist - "Indigo" (5:35)
  3. Monic - "Stampede" (6:20)
  4. Monic & Grebenstein - "Cutting The Ties That Bind" (7:31)
Review: Following Overlook's EP on the label this spring, the young UK experimenter returns with a whole gang of Osiris affiliates. He takes the lead with the airy tribal soul of "Former Self" before we're hurled deep into the humanised pads and creeping arpeggios of Pessimist's swampy subs on "Indigo". Flip for two slices of Monic; first a physical percussive trip in the form of "Stampede", then a much more sedate, exploratory and introspective experiment with Grebenstein for a far out finale.
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Superbad (12")
Cat: SNTS 009. Rel: 04 May 16
Techno
  1. Dwell In Hell (6:27)
  2. Foresight To Ignite (5:57)
  3. Ignorance Reigns (5:45)
  4. Wild Pitch (5:00)
Review: Steven Porter: easily the funniest alias we've heard in a long time. No, people; this ain't the American, early noughties progressive house legend who once famously described his style of music as 'Porterhouse'. In all seriousness: this is the collaborative project of Japanese artists Yuji Kondo and Katsunori Sawa who have appeared previously with their extreme noise terror for the likes of DJ Nobu's Bitta and Berlin's Weevil Neighbourhood. On the Superbad EP they give us the bleak body bashing industrial textures of "Dwell In Hell" and the Sunn O))) sounding black metal guitar drone of "Wild Pitch". Elsewhere, the brutal futurist extremism of "Ignorance Reins" calls to mind classic British Murder Boys.
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Vorticist (12")
Cat: SNTS 008. Rel: 29 Feb 16
Techno
  1. The Arrival (6:51)
  2. Prepared Platform (6:35)
  3. Direct Searching (6:03)
  4. Microlith (7:29)
Review: Mike Jefford is back under the Positive Centre guise presenting us with more brutalist slabs of noise executed with the most skilful precision for the shadowy SNTS imprint. "The Arrival" sounds like the soundtrack to a post-apocalyptic sci-fi thriller with its haunting and immersive pads supported doom laden rhythmicity of metallic textures. "Prepared Platform" is more straight ahead: a brutal and body bashing industrial techno attack full of reverberating night terrors. On the flip is "Direct Searching" which continues on with the doom-laden techno aesthetic that's become associated with Jefford's sound by now; a pulverizing slow burner. "Microlith" is definitely the fiercest offering on here: this loopy and hypnotic DJ tool is extreme and brutal and will make one secret weapon to covet in your arsenal.
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Cat: 7DAYSENTRC 1000. Rel: 22 Feb 13
Electro
  1. Electro Soul
  2. Ride It
  3. Tronic Guetto
  4. Urban Beat
Review: Reckless Ron Cook belatedly gets his chance to shine courtesy of Big Strick's 7 Days Entertainment label on this Lost Tapes 12" that presents four cuts from the producer's archives. The former Submerge and Metroplex artist is no stranger to 7 Days Entertainment having signalled his return from the wilderness with "Night Moves" a rattling, electrofied contribution to last year's Resivior Dogs LP from Big Strick. That track should set the tone for what you can expect on this 12" which snaps viciously into action with the viper like Detroit machine funk of "Electro Soul" and the pace doesn't relent from there until "Urban Beat" reaches the run out groove.
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Cat: TIOT 002. Rel: 31 Oct 18
Techno
  1. Liquid Night (7:02)
  2. It Keeps Flashing On Me (6:43)
  3. Acid Talk (7:43)
  4. Slowly (6:26)
Review: After a suitable warm-up, Route 8 flexes his muscles ready for a spot of wrist-abusing TB-303 "exercise". He works the vintage Roland machine hard on opener "Liquid Light", where undulating and psychedelic acid lines bubble away increasingly intensively atop a bustling, energy-packed groove. "It Keeps Flashing On Me" is an altogether funkier, loose-limbed affair blessed with looped scat vocals and chunky bass as well as the obligatory 303 abuse, while "Acid Talk" is the kind of head-mangling, retro-futurist jack-track that wouldn't sound out of place on Posthuman's I Love Acid label. Finally, "Slowly" is an altogether deeper affair, with the Hungarian's bubbling acid lines being offset by deep space chords and hushed percussion.
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Played by: Baltra
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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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VARIOUS
Cat: OUTA 004. Rel: 20 Dec 16
Techno
  1. Efdemin - "Don't Bang Your Fingers" (2:17)
  2. Aubrey - "Data Block" (6:41)
  3. The Analogue Cops - "Speculation" (5:15)
  4. Frequency vs Atkins - "Reloaded" (8:19)
  5. Terrence Dixon - "Track 5" (6:25)
  6. Simone Gatto - "Take One" (6:03)
  7. Civilian - "Pacify" (6:49)
  8. Haiku & Irakli - "Alien Talks" (7:38)
  9. Regen - "Tholin" (6:45)
Review: Puglia, Italy based imprint Out-Er has had quite a year, with releases by the likes of Detroit minimal techno innovator Terrence Dixon aka Population One, British tech house hero Aubrey and Dutch techno legend Orlando Voorn. The label (run by Simone Gatto) now presents an impressive compilation celebrating five years in business and it is rather impressive, if we do say so ourselves and signifies some brilliant prospects on the horizon for 2017 and beyond. Highlights here weren't limited to: Dial Records and Berghain regular Efdemin with the oddball avant garde/techno crossover of "Don't Bang Your Fingers" where its hypnotic groove supports a bizarrely used dialogue from a cooking show. Then, quick: hide your AIRA because The Analogue Cops are here! They give us the slow burning and dusty hardware jam "Speculation", which is very good. Also, don't forget to check the aforementioned Voorn's collaboration with Motor City don Juan Atkins on "Reloaded" for your fix of hi-tech soul.
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