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Civil Stretch EP (limited splattered vinyl 10")
Cat: CV 010. Rel: 07 Jun 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Civil Stretch (9:20)
  2. This N That (7:41)
Review: Prolific producer Arno Volker AKA Einzelkind returns with his first outing of 2019, this time in cahoots with regular studio buddy and Point of View label founder Giuliano Lomonte. Between them, the experienced pair has conjured up a couple of exceptionally strong peak-time workouts. We're particularly enjoying A side "Civil Stretch", a bounding and melodically attractive affair where bubbly electronic motifs, alien chords and jaunty stabs rise above a rubbery, hip-swinging house groove. Flipside "This N That" continues in a similar hybrid tech-house/deep house vein, with the duo bolting woozy chords and eccentric vocal samples onto bustling drums and a thickset electronic bassline.
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Played by: TIJN, Kepler
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A Passing Of Time (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: UMHS 13. Rel: 24 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. Beyond Good & Evil (6:13)
  2. FM Joy (7:01)
  3. Eye Ache (6:06)
Review: Mysterious producer Ekeko provides a stellar 3-track EP for UntilMyHeartStops' first outing of 2019




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Played by: Leif
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Cat: 719369 Rel: 06 Jun 19
 
Volume envelope manipulation with adjustable Decay & Attack times
Notes: The circa-1980 Electro-Harmonix Attack Decay is a sought after prize among vintage pedal aficionados. Originally called a Tape Reverse Simulator, it’s known for producing volume and reverse swells, backward tape sounds, artificially short staccato notes and bowed instrument effects. The new Attack Decay reinterprets the classic and keeps its cool factor, but adds some modern features for convenience and enhanced functionality.

It can produce a single volume envelope like the original, or, with Poly engaged, put separate volume envelopes on each note you play. The built-in Harmonix fuzz is now a fully controllable distortion with gain, tone and volume controls. The effects loop allows the musician or sound designer to place the volume envelope onto whatever signal is present at the Return jack. Expression pedal/CV input and three user presets give the user total control over their Attack Decay!
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Cat: BLOW 02/AVALP007. Rel: 11 Jun 19
Electro
  1. Sinoesin - "Angels Of Altitude" (part 1) (7:10)
  2. Electro Music Union - "Structures 1" (7:18)
  3. Xonox - "Transmission" (5:07)
  4. Electro Music Union - "Structures 2" (5:29)
  5. Electro Music Union - "Structures 3" (5:32)
  6. Electro Music Union - "Descent" (5:55)
  7. Electro Music Union - "Structures 4" (5:30)
  8. Electro Music Union - "Electroshock Mountain" (5:55)
  9. Sinoesin - "Static Bodies" (4:57)
  10. Sinoesin - "Angels Of Altitude" (part 2) (7:55)
  11. Electro Music Union - "Immortal Cities" (4:30)
Review: For a brief period in 1993 and 1994, British imprint Metatone released some seriously good electronic music. The label was the work of former Jack Trax man Damon D'Cruz and J.M.Atkins, who wrote and produced almost all of the releases under aliases including Electro Music Union, Sinoesin and Xonox. This fine compilation from Cold Blow and AVA. Records showcases the best of this work, drifting between deep and intergalactic workouts (see the spacey ambient influences and pitched-down grooves of "Angels of Altitude (Part 1)"), blissful ambient techno ("Structures 1"), rush-inducing dancefloor positivity (the overwhelmingly good "Structures 3"), spacey ambient ("Descent") and heavyweight, post-bleep brilliance ("Electroshock Mountain").
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Cat: NE 24622. Rel: 14 Jun 19
Funky/Club House
  1. Kim English - "It Makes A Difference" (Danny Krivit & Kyle Smith remix - Danny Krivit 7" edit) (5:39)
  2. Loni Clark - "Rushing" (Mood II Swing dub - Danny Krivit 7" edit) (5:31)
Review: Danny Krivit is currently known as one of the music community's greatest purveyors of top quality disco & house as he continues to perform regularly before sold-out audiences around the world. With his unique ear for what works on the dancefloor he has also become known as "King of the Re-edit." Danny has a deep connection to Kim English's "It Makes A Difference" release on Nervous Records from 2006. Krivit worked with writer Kyle Smith on the remixes that originally made this tune an anthem at his 718 Sessions parties as well as one of the highlights of club nights from Tokyo to New York to London that appreciate quality soulful house. The B-side is Danny's re-edit of one of the most famed dubs from the Nervous catalogue as well as for the producers Mood II Swing. Upon its release in 1993 this dub emerged as one of the defining sounds of summer 1993 at Ministry Of Sound which had just recently opened the year before. The "rushing rushing rushing" hook is well knownby golden era of house afficianados around the world and he does an amazing job bringing this essential hook.
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Played by: RUSTAM OSPANOFF.
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Cat: 732833 Rel: 25 Jun 19
 
stereo delay module
Notes: Erica Synths Black Stereo Delay is a hi-fi stereo delay with lot of unique features, based on our custom DSP engine. Developed in collaboration with Tim Pechersky aka TeemKaa of Useful Circuits. Tape, digital and ping-pong modes of delay, hold with overdub and delicate delay time and feedback control in combination with CV and trigger control over various parameters make this module not only great effects unit in your modular system, but also - an instrument on it's own.
Features:
" Stereo delay with adjustable delay time
" Tape, digital and ping-pong delay modes
" Tap and clock synchronization of delay time
" Reverse delay mode
" Hold mode (samples up to 20" of audio) with Add (overdub) feature
" Trigger control over Hold, Add and Reverse
" CV control over delay time, dry/wet mix and feedback
" Feedback path soft limiting compression
" Add to hold soft limiting compression
" Adjustable stereo delay spread
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SNKR 020 (12")
Cat: SNKR 020. Rel: 11 Jun 19
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Don't Wanna Know (3:10)
  2. Predator Vs Prey (Toxin) (4:12)
  3. Photosynthesis (feat Tranq Sinatra) (3:19)
Review: Etch and Nico Lindsay make good musical bedfellows; the former's spacious left-footed soundscapes providing plenty of room for Nico's narrative, evolving lyrical style, they're kindred spirits linked by a glacial sense of adventure and refusal to compromise. Opener "Don't Wanna Know" kicks the doors down with force. Rough and switchy, there's a pulsing 2002 feel to both the step and flow while "Predator Vs Prey (Toxin)" takes us on a much swampier, weirded out trip that buns everything but survival. Finally, Tranq Sinatra joins the fray for an urgent finale where fast-tongue tales from Nico are backed from Tranq harmonies and another iced riddim from Etch. Cold.
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Lost In The Right Direction (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: MEDIC 89. Rel: 11 Jun 19
Drum And Bass
  1. See The Sky (feat Thomas Oliver) (4:57)
  2. Driving Out (5:21)
  3. Away From It All (4:56)
  4. Clouds (feat Phoebe Freya) (4:31)
  5. Lulerain (4:38)
  6. The Night (4:10)
Review: Med School's travelling wilbury Etherwood delivers his first collection of originals since last year's album "In Stillness". Written on the road throughout summer 2018 in his van, each piece depicts an entirely fresh view that ranges from the azure waters and soft sand of "See The Sky" to much darker, tense rollers such as "Driving Out". Highlights include the soft introspection of "Clouds", the delicate pianos and meany moody bass groan on "Lulerain" and the skippy bliss of "Away From It All". Time to get lost...
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Played by: Etherwood
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Cat: REDUCTIVE 01. Rel: 30 May 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Signe Furax (5:40)
  2. All About (6:26)
  3. 3rd Nuke (5:41)
  4. Forget Me Not (6:20)
  5. Lies Inc (5:44)
  6. The Doubtful Guest (6:05)
  7. Information Society (7:14)
  8. Squall (4:44)
Review: Whether this is merely a double-EP or an album is a moot point, because either way it's Sequalog co-boss Etienne's most expansive release to date. It's every bit as alluring as his much-discussed EPs on Traffic, Art Of Dark (a split effort with Evan Baggs) and Undersound Recordings. Check, for example, the foreboding tech-house funk of "3rd Nuke", the mid '90s Orbital style dancefloor melodiousness of "Forget Me Not", the bleep-laden electro crackle of "All About", the analogue-heavy bounce of "Lies Inc" and the "peak time in a dark warehouse" flex of stab-happy stomper "The Doubtful Guest". Arguably best of all, though, is creepy dancefloor destroyer "Information Society", which sees Etienne wrap clandestine minor key melodies around a booming, "LFO" style bassline.
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I Made A Deal With Myself (7" limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: RK 45079. Rel: 20 Jun 19
Soul
  1. Your Words (3:34)
  2. I Made A Deal With Myself (3:04)
Review: Already well known in his native France, Anglo-French soul singer Alexis Evans has set his sights on global stardom - or at least reaching his full potential and touring the world. "I Made A Deal With Myself" is his second single since making the move to Record Kicks earlier in the year. The title track is superb - a doozy of an early '60s style soul stomper that sees Evans pitch himself as a modern day version of soul great Jackie Wilson. Flipside "Your Words" is similarly stylistically authentic, with saccharine strings and woozy horns helping to create a suitably sweet, loved-up mood.
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Default: Various Artists (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DFLT 001. Rel: 28 May 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Exander - "Confuso" (8:51)
  2. Rojid - "Susano" (10:24)
  3. Imbue - "Twotwentyeight" (7:40)
Review: The Default project graduates from event series to record label with a strong first installment that features a host of talented producers operating in the field of minimal and tech house. Exander leads the charge with the intricate, bubbling mechanics of "Confuso" before Rojid steps up with the wriggling percussive programming and processed vocal treatments of "Susano". Imbue stretches out over the B-side with the more melodic, subtly psychedelic sounds of "Twotwentyeight", which takes on an organic quality as it simmers away over a steady beat. The sharp focus on proper minimal techno here should appeal to all those craving fresh sounds from rising talents within the scene.
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Between Rhythms IV (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PLA 028. Rel: 10 Jun 19
Techno
  1. Honeymoon (8:51)
  2. Strange Attractor (6:03)
  3. Calling The Quarters (8:08)
  4. Etoiles (6:33)
Review: Platform 23's celebration of Exquisite Corpse wraps up with this fourth installment of visionary proto trance bubblers from the dream team of Robbert Henyen, Debbie Jones and Tim Freeman. As with the previous installments, they've picked choice tracks from across the spectrum of the PWOG-affiliated project's output, kicking off with a transmission from the debut release, "Honeymoon". Throughout the mood is loose and wigged-out, with a pleasant stew of New Beat, acid, house, trance and dub among the core ingredients flavouring this thoroughly early 90s dish. This is psychedelic dance music crafted before the genre boundaries were established to ruin everyone's fun - savour the vibe as we return to more freewheeling times once more.
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Played by: Noise In My Head
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30 Years Of Rage (unmixed 2xCD)
Cat: RAGECD 1. Rel: 21 Jun 19
Breakbeat
  1. Leftfield - "Not Forgotten" (dub mix)
  2. Lennie De Ice - "We Are IE"
  3. Zero B - "Lock Up" (2012 Remaster)
  4. Wots My Code - "Dubplate"
  5. Foul Play - "Being With You"
  6. Fallout - "The Morning After" (Sunrise mix)
  7. Rhythim Is Rhythim - "Emanon"
  8. Cybersonik - "Technarchy"
  9. Frankie Bones - "Just As Long As I Got You"
  10. Ecstasy Club - "Jesus Loves The Acid"
  11. Nightmares On Wax - "Aftermath"
  12. Juno - "Soul Thunder"
  13. 33 1/3 Queen - "Searchin'"
  14. Q-Project - "Champion Sound" (Alliance remix)
  15. Tronikhouse - "Straight Outta Hell" (Hellbound mix)
  16. Yennek - "Serena X" (Innerzone mix)
  17. Richie Rich - "Salsa House"
  18. Debbie Malone - "Rescue Me" (club mix)
  19. Neon - "Don't Mess With This Beat" (instrumental mix)
  20. The Future Sound Of London - "Papua New Guinea"
  21. De-Lite - "Wild Times" (Mayday mix)
  22. D-Mob - "That's The Way Of The World" (feat Cathy Dennis)
  23. Top Buzz - "Living In Darkness"
  24. Brainkillers - "Screwface"
  25. Tic Tac Toe - "Ephemerol"
  26. Ability II - "Pressure Dub"
  27. Awesome 3 - "Don't Go"
Review: To mark the passing of three decades since they became resident DJs at weekly club night Rage, Fabio and Grooverider have put together this killer collection of tunes that not only rocked the party, but also laid the foundations for the jungle revolution that followed. It's a fine collection, with the veteran D&B duo serving up deep early progressive house (Leftfield), weighty bleep and bass (Ability II's peerless "Pressure Dub" and Juno's "Soul Thunder"), breakbeat-driven hardcore smashers (Zero B, Frankie Bones), early jungle (Wots My Code, Foul Play), slamming techno (Rhythim Is Rhythim, Cybersonik), UK acid house (Ecstasy Club) and rush-inducing rave anthems (Awesome 3, Lennie De Ice). A nostalgic trip down memory lone that boasts just as many underground selections as it does chart-bothering classics.
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Cat: OCS 013. Rel: 19 Jun 19
Electro
  1. Cold Harbour (4:36)
  2. Breach (1:21)
  3. Process Aesthetics (3:32)
  4. Parallel Rave Fantasies (6:52)
  5. Definition (5:05)
Review: UK techno producer Sigha returns to his experimental project Faugust for the first time since the Devotions (1984 - 2006) EP on the short lived Avian sub label Mira five years ago. Unlike its predecessor, "Parallel Rave Fantasies" resurrects his long-dormant Our Circula Sound imprint and dives into new sonic territory, incorporating more IDM and generative music. Check the mind-mangling and glitchy "Cold Harbour", the demented digitized soundscape of "Process Aesthetics" and the brutalist, body bashing industrial of closer "Definition".
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Played by: Kessell
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Kubatana (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FAR 039. Rel: 10 Jun 19
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Kubatana (5:25)
  2. Hapana (4:19)
  3. Kubatana (Rudy Midnight Machine mix) (6:12)
  4. Kubatana (Paradise dub) (5:26)
Review: Faze Action last teamed up with Zeke Manyika, formerly of 80s funksters Orange Juice, for the effervescent "Mangwana" back in 2016. Now they're back in collaboration for more classically rooted house music with a deeply infectious African twist. "Kubatana" is punchy where it counts, but it's a light and springy proto house burner first and foremost, with Manyika's vocal sounding as smooth as silk in the middle of the mix. "Hapana" is equally rich in musicality and personality, albeit on a more simmering, meditative tip. On the B side, "Kubatana" gets reworked by Rudy Midnight Machine and Paradise, who turn in distinct versions without losing the overall 80s aesthetic that powers the release.
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Cat: JAL 289V. Rel: 06 Jun 19
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. I Want Magic (Dimitri From Paris vs Cotonete 12" version) (7:15)
  2. I Want Magic (Dimitri From Paris vs Cotonete 12" dubstrumental) (7:14)
Review: "I Want Magic" is a welcome return to action from Jalapeno's premier soul sister, Izo FitzRoy, an artist whose 2017 debut album "Skyline" brilliantly joined the dots between classic soul, rhythm and blues and gospel. This time round she has her eyes firmly focused on the dancefloor, as producer Dimitri From Paris and backing band Cotonete (whose recent LP 'Super-vilains' is well worth a listen) join forces to cast a serious disco spell. "I Want Magic" is a revivalist disco jam per excellence; a tweak on the classic Chic sound with Cotonete adding a few sneaky solos and quality jazz-funk touches here and there. Of the two versions, it's the vocal mix (side A) that hits home hardest, thanks in no small part to a stunning lead vocal from FitzRoy that celebrates the giddy goodness of dancing like you're ten years old. Expect to hear it a lot at festivals throughout the summer.
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Don't Send Me Away (Record Store Day 2019) (heavyweight vinyl 12" 再出版) (1 per customer)
Cat: BKD 505. Rel: 08 Jun 19
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Don't Send Me Away (5:22)
  2. You Got Dat Right (5:54)
Review: Last year, obscure 1980s soul singer Garfield Fleming returned to action with a mini-album of tracks co-produced by modern boogie maestro Simon Tappenden AKA Ourra. Here we get a chance to savour once again his 1981 debut single, the much-sampled "Don't Send Me Away". It's something of a "groove"-era boogie classic, all told, with Fleming's superb lead vocal rising above sweeping orchestration and a chunky groove. It also boasts a seriously good breakdown in which Garfield's repetitive chorus vocals ride a stripped-back but percussive groove. Turn to the flip for the solid original B-side "You Got Dat Right", a jaunty slab of disco powered by honky tonk style pianos and a superb "walking" bassline.
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Field (12")
Cat: PRIVATEPERSONS 012. Rel: 21 Jun 19
Bass
  1. Hectic (6:16)
  2. Rave Safe (5:52)
  3. Fields (5:08)
  4. Feel It (5:10)
Review: The latest missive from Russian imprint Private Persons comes courtesy of Formally Unknown, a bass-obsessed duo who won plenty of plaudits for last year's "Off Peak EP" on Dusky's 17 Steps label. Their love of weighty, bowel-bothering sub-bass comes to the fore on opener "Hectic", a clandestine stepper rich in metallic percussion hits, rumbling low end frequencies and watery, dubbed out electronic motifs. The sense of foreboding continues on the pulsating peak-time creepiness of "Rave Safe", while "Fields" sees them pepper an off kilter two-step rhythm with glassy-eyed chords, ear-catching bleeps and wonky percussion fills. Fittingly, the pair finishes with an inspired flourish via "Feel It", a rush-inducing breakbeat cut that recalls the glory years of British rave music.
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Played by: Honey Soundsystem
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Cat: JMANCD 112. Rel: 20 Jun 19
Jazz
  1. Weedhopper
  2. March Of The Goober Woobers
  3. 47 Tears
  4. Jig
  5. Halyards
  6. Cumulo Nimbus
Review: Jazzman's dusty-fingered diggers recently did a deal to reissue some of the "holy grail" albums released by Austin-based Fable Records in small numbers back in the early 1970s. Forty Seven Times Its Own Weight's "Cumulo Nimbus" is the first of these. It's a pleasingly warm and evocative set of tracks from the one-album combo that offers an enjoyable and cutting edge fusion of hard-wired jazz-funk, post-modal fusion, horizontal slow jams and low-slung goodness that pairs free-jazz style solos and spiritual grooves with just the right amount of funk-fuelled instrumentation (see "Jig"). The set includes both dancefloor-friendly and laid-back fare, with the jaunty title somehow managing to tick both boxes at once.
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Unite (12")
Cat: ONEF 017. Rel: 04 Jun 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Give Me Love (feat Fox) (4:15)
  2. Feel 4 U (3:57)
  3. Realise (feat Alix Perez) (4:12)
  4. Brothers & Sisters (3:45)
Review: Fire bun! Fracture continues spreading the most positive of vibrations with "Unite". Hot on the heels of his "Big Up The Ladies" EP on his own Astrophonica, he links up with the 1985 crew with four more absolute heaters. "Give Me Love" brings Fox into the fray to remind us why he's one of the UK's best melodic MCs over a freshly sharpened jungle riddim, "Feel 4 U" raises the spine-tingles with its rave pads while lowering your centre of gravity with its bashy beats and gutter-slopping bass shreds, "Realise" sees 1985 bossman Perez get mucky in the dark while "Brothers & Sisters" taps back into the more techno-inspired aesthetics Fracture's been exploring lately. Imagine if Fracture was commentating a boxing match between Altern-8 and Rockwell down a dark alley and you're playing the right sport. Peace, love and "Unite"-y.
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Played by: Soul Intent
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Come Back Lover (12" 再出版)
Cat: BST X051. Rel: 11 Jun 19
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Come Back Lover (5:10)
  2. Come Back Lover (dub mix) (9:29)
  3. Come Back Lover (remix) (6:55)
  4. Come Back Lover (dub remix) (6:07)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Best Italy turn their impeccable reissue powers towards a surefire burner from 1984 given the stamp of approval by the likes of David Mancuso, Larry Levan and Ron Hardy back in the day. "Come Back Lover" was actually mixed down by another legendary DJ - Tony Humphries - and it shows. Even the original mix plays out with an extended, floor-focused flow that captures the creative energy at work at this epochal time for DJ culture. As ever with Best reissues, there's a plethora of alternative and dub mixes to suit any spinner's specific requirements, with the groove front and centre every time.
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BAH039 (12" 再出版)
Cat: BAH 039. Rel: 24 Jun 19
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Releipsuahcs (5:12)
  2. Soleil Toujours (6:15)
  3. Traume (6:07)
  4. Tuschur Amur (4:51)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Neu Boy on the block Doc. Frankenfurter von Berliner. Morder edits. Sprache flyer, solar liebe. Traume Dreams. Tu Amur. Panzer Peoples on & on !!
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Cat: 729411 Rel: 29 May 19
 
Flying bus cable for TRAX!
Notes: The Flying Bus power cable allows multiple TRAX modules connected to this cable to share MIDI data with one another and also receive the proper power from the system, without connecting MIDI signals to other modules in your system.

Use when connecting multiple TRAX together to share MIDI Data. Also provides necessary power to additional TRAX units.

7 x 16-pin Eurorack headers.
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Cat: 729410 Rel: 28 May 19
 
MIDI bus cable 3.5mm to 5-pin DIN adapter
Notes: Future Retro MIDI Bus cable is a 5-pin DIN MIDI to 3.5mm TRS adapter cable. It conforms to the TRS MIDI B specification class supported by Future Retro, Arturia, Novation, and 1010 Music brands.
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Cat: 720431 Rel: 28 May 19
 
MIDI interface for the TRAX! sequencer - 3HP
Notes: The MIDI BUS was designed to be a MIDI interface for the Eurorack system, and more specifically to offer MIDI inputs and outputs for the TRAX performance sequencer.

This device provides opto-isolation of the MIDI input and buffers all MIDI signals.

The MIDI BUS provides MIDI IN/OUT/THRU inputs and outputs on 3.5mm TRS jacks. Three 3.5mm to 5-pin DIN MIDI cables are included with each MIDI BUS product. These MIDI cables conform to the TRS MIDI B Spec Class, currently supported by Arturia, Novation, and 1010 Music devices.

The MIDI BUS uses the power bus cable to receive and transmit MIDI at the +3.3 volt standard. In order to do this, the MIDI BUS repurposes what the Eurorack standard defines as the INT GATE line of the power bus for MIDI IN signals, and the INT CV line of the power bus for MIDI OUT signals.

To prevent conflicts with other signals that may be using these lines of the power bus, we recommend using the special MIDI BUS power cable provided with this unit, or our optional Flying Bus power cable when using the MIDI BUS with the TRAX product or any other products using this new MIDI standard.

The MIDI BUS power cable that is provided with your MIDI BUS will allow only a single device in your system to send and transmit MIDI.

The optional Flying Bus power cable allows multiple modules connected to this cable to share MIDI data with one another and also receive the proper power from the system, without connecting MIDI signals to other modules in your system.
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Boston Goes Disco! (gatefold 3xLP + 7" + insert 再出版)
BBE
Cat: BBE 452CLP. Rel: 05 Jun 19
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Carrie Mims, Herb Lee & White River Junction - "I'm Gonna Get You (Meeow)" (Serge Gamesbourg edit) (8:46)
  2. Cojo - "Play It By Ear" (4:32)
  3. Wildlife - "All In Good Time" (feat VI Taylor - Serge Gamesbourg edit) (5:46)
  4. Larry Wedgeworth & Clique - "No More Games" (Serge Gamesbourg edit) (5:54)
  5. Carrie Mims & Herb Lee River Junction - "Get Up & Dance Don't Want No Party Poo-Pershere" (Serge Gamesbourg edit) (7:12)
  6. Portable Patrol - "Cop Bop" (feat The Disco Cop - Serge Gamesbourg edit) (5:27)
  7. Hypnotics - "Fire Funk" (Serge Gamesbourg rework) (6:11)
  8. Second Wind - "Free For All" (Serge Gamesbourg rework) (5:19)
  9. Dreamflight - "Feel The Music" (Serge Gamesbourg rework) (6:16)
  10. Royale - "I Want Your Body" (Serge Gamesbourg edit) (5:58)
  11. Carrie Mims, Herb Lee & White River Junction - "I'm Gonna Get You (Meeow)" (original 7" version Spliced parts 1 & 2) (7:14)
  12. Dreamflight - "Feel The Music" (original 7" version) (4:40)
  13. The Christopher Michael Band - "You Make Me Happy" (Serge Gamesbourg Slight edit) (4:07)
  14. Gypsy - "Keep It Comin' On" (Serge Gamesbourg edit) (3:41)
Review: Bostonian DJ, producer and crate digger Serge Gamesbourg has spent much of the last two years slavishly digging into the history of Massachusetts' little known underground disco scene. Here, over mixed and unmixed discs, he presents the results. Naturally, there's little you'll have heard before, and plenty of high-grade dancefloor fire, much of it re-edited or subtly reworked by Gamesbourg himself. Highlights include the fuzzy, lo-fi funk of Gypsy's "Keep It Comin' On", the turn-of-the-'80s, synth-laden disco-funk dazzle of Portable Patrol's "Cop Bop", the celebratory release of "Fire Funk" by Hypnotics and the smooth, blue-eyed soul shimmer of "Wait Until Dark" by The Chris Rhodes Band.
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Everybody's On A Trip (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: BK 020. Rel: 17 Jun 19
Funk/Reissues
  1. Everybody's On A Trip (3:37)
  2. It Takes Two (3:15)
Review: Garden Of Eden was another one of those obscure, one-shot bands who released a sole single at some point in the 1970s and then promptly vanished from view. That single, "Everybody's On A Trip", has long been sought-after amongst collectors of intergalactic disco-funk, hence this reissue from the Backatcha crew. The title track is a downlow delight, with flanged guitar riffs, spacey synth lines, punchy horns and quality male vocals rising above a hot and heavy groove. Over on the flip "It Takes Two" is sweet, slow and dewy-eyed in the tried-and-tested tradition of B-side ballads.
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Cat: SBR 3030CD. Rel: 21 Jun 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Plantasia
  2. Symphony For A Spider Plant
  3. Baby's Tears Blues
  4. Ode To An African Violet
  5. Concerto For Philodendron & Pothos
  6. Rhapsody In Green
  7. Swingin' Spathiphyllums
  8. You Don't Have To Walk A Begonia
  9. Mellow Mood For Maidenhair
  10. Music To Soothe The Savage Snake Plant
Review: Canadian composer Mort Garson enjoyed an eclectic career, though in electronic music circles he's most celebrated for a string of experimental electronic albums he produced using early Moog synthesizers. "Mother Earth's Plantasia" is a bizarre but brilliant beast: a 1976 set that was designed to be played to plants to help them grow (really) and was given away free at a Los Angeles garden store. As this first ever reissue proves it remains a dizzyingly far-sighted set. Sometimes symphonic, occasionally spacey and always intoxicating, much of the material is far quirkier than contemporaneous synthesizer-fired sets. Highlights include the pulsing ambient spaciousness of "Ode To An African Violet", the twinkling, cascading beauty of "Rhapsody In Green" and the jaunty cheeriness of "You Don't Have To Walk a Begonia".
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 in stock $11.37
Konigsforst (reissue) (3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 3702. Rel: 05 Jun 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Konigsforst 1 (9:35)
  2. Konigsforst 2 (13:53)
  3. Konigsforst 3 (8:57)
  4. Konigsforst 4 (6:27)
  5. Konigsforst 5 (15:09)
  6. Konigsforst 6 (10:21)
  7. Konigsforst 7 (6:14)
  8. Konigsforst 8 (7:09)
Review: Kompakt continues to reissue the early, in-demand works of hypnotic ambient techno pioneer Wolfgang Voigt AKA Gas. This time it's "Konigsforst", an album that has been unavailable on vinyl since its' initial pressing on Mille Plateaux in 1998. Built around locked-in, soft-focus techno rhythms, drowsy neo-classical movements, densely layered samples and hazy, hard-to-define melodic elements, the album's eight tracks remain as potent now as they did 21 years ago. Voigt has made a lot of inspired music in his thickset "sound soup" style, but there's something extra-special about this "Konigsforst", which we'd describe as the audio equivalent of a sunrise stumble through an ancient German forest.
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Cat: DRAB 08. Rel: 07 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. U Already Know (feat Jitwam - 12" Disco mix) (5:05)
  2. U Already Know (instrumental) (5:03)
  3. Your Love (feat Princess Precious) (4:41)
  4. Your Love (feat Princess Precious - Sports mix) (4:41)
Review: Girls of the Internet producer Tom Kerridge has been on fire of late, following a terrific outing on Ramp Recordings with a superb double-pack of lo-fi deep house and skewed two-step sing-alongs. This tidy club-focused EP is rather good, too. The A-side boasts two versions of "U Already Know", a fuzzy slice of analogue-rich lo-fi deep house that will have the hairs on the back of your neck standing to attention. Of the two, it's the 12" disco mix, featuring the honeyed vocals of Jitwam, which really floats our boat. Over on the flip it's all about "Your Love", a chunk of skewed, out-there U.S garage featuring suitably weird but attractive vocals from Princess Precious. The alternative "Sports Mix", a heavy but stripped back, bassline-driven hip-house affair, is arguably even better.
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Mu! (limited red vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: LAUNCH 160SLP. Rel: 31 May 19
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. Utro (4:01)
  2. Sword In The Stone (3:29)
  3. Irma (3:30)
  4. Glasgow Coma State (5:51)
  5. Progulka (4:07)
  6. Ursa Major (4:02)
  7. Sine Waves Are Good For Your Health (6:00)
  8. How Do You (7:23)
  9. Feel Now (2:17)
Review: In the range of being able to build walls of noise that come up against those made by My Bloody Valentine (see album opener "Utro" for example), Gnoomes' sound splashes hues of Boards Of Canada with a wild and unique style of spaced-out, alien disco rock. With comparisons to be found in the distorted sounds of Holy Fuck and Does It Offend You, Yeah? "Mu!" sees the Russian four-piece push their sound to the furthest it's been since having it remixed by Krautrock icon Ulrich Schnauss. Highlights: "Ursa Major" & the psychedelic star gaze of "Sine Waves Are Good For Your Health".
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Mu! (limited LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: LAUNCH 160. Rel: 31 May 19
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. Utro (0:30)
  2. Sword In The Stone (0:30)
  3. Irma (0:30)
  4. Glasgow Coma State (0:30)
  5. Progulka (0:30)
  6. Ursa Major (0:30)
  7. Sine Waves Are Good For Your Health (0:30)
  8. How Do You (0:30)
  9. Feel Now (0:30)
Review: In the range of being able to build walls of noise that come up against those made by My Bloody Valentine (see album opener "Utro" for example), Gnoomes' sound splashes hues of Boards Of Canada with a wild and unique style of spaced-out, alien disco rock. With comparisons to be found in the distorted sounds of Holy Fuck and Does It Offend You, Yeah? "Mu!" sees the Russian four-piece push their sound to the furthest it's been since having it remixed by Krautrock icon Ulrich Schnauss. Highlights: "Ursa Major" & the psychedelic star gaze of "Sine Waves Are Good For Your Health".
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Mu! (CD)
Cat: LAUNCH 160CD. Rel: 31 May 19
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. Utro
  2. Sword In The Stone
  3. Irma
  4. Glasgow Coma State
  5. Progulka
  6. Ursa Major
  7. Sine Waves Are Good For Your Health
  8. How Do You
  9. Feel Now
Review: In the range of being able to build walls of noise that come up against those made by My Bloody Valentine (see album opener "Utro" for example), Gnoomes' sound splashes hues of Boards Of Canada with a wild and unique style of spaced-out, alien disco rock. With comparisons to be found in the distorted sounds of Holy Fuck and Does It Offend You, Yeah? "Mu!" sees the Russian four-piece push their sound to the furthest it's been since having it remixed by Krautrock icon Ulrich Schnauss. Highlights: "Ursa Major" & the psychedelic star gaze of "Sine Waves Are Good For Your Health".
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Eisbaer (12" 再出版) (1 per customer)
Cat: WRWTFWW 041. Rel: 30 May 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Eisbar (4:48)
  2. Film 2 (3:36)
  3. Ich Lieb Sie (3:23)
Review: The latest outing from Swiss reissue specialists WRWTFWW takes us back to 1981 and the debut single from Bern-based post-punk combo Grauzone. The 12" release of "Eisbaer" has long been a must-have amongst fans of off-kilter, dancefloor-ready new wave, and this replica reissue includes all three tracks featured on that version. Opener "Eisbar" sets the tone, with the bands weary, half spoken/half sung vocals rising above a backing track that's powered forwards by relentless bass guitar, screeching riffs and broken computer style electronics. "Film 2" is a heavy, synthesizer powered workout peppered with delay-laden drum hits and odd noises, while closing cut "Ich Liebe Sie" is a clicking and quietly melodious affair that's almost entirely electronic.
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Played by: Dmitry Distant
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PENE d'Amore Pt 2 (Sativa mix) (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CDA 028. Rel: 10 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. Mountain Of Madness (6:48)
  2. Rolling 2 Joints (Sativa mix) (5:36)
Review: Juan Ramos and Luca Trentini AKA Trent have had a couple of prior outings as Greenvision, especially impressing with their excellent 12" on ESP Institute last year. Now they're back to where it all began, Cocktail d'Amore, with the lurid, pysched out freakery of "Mountain Of Madness". It's a truly devilish track, coming on heavy like a dangerous incantation, which is of course a good thing. On the flip, things stay firmly out on the wild frontier with the Sativa mix of "Rolling 2 Joints". The message is clear - this is music to lose your mind to, and you'll have a thoroughly wonderful time doing it.
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3K2018 (Karizma & DJ Kemit mixes) (limited 12" 再出版)
Cat: 3K2018 LIMITED. Rel: 26 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. Flacko - "Lonely Town" (Karizma rework) (6:38)
  2. Robert Glasper - "Enoch's House" (DJ Kemit remix) (7:03)
  3. Guy - "Groove Me" (KZRekchampma club mix - part 1 & 2) (8:55)
Review: There's been little information released about this three-track EP, though we do known that it's the work of "a classic US label going incognito". Whatever the source, what counts is the quality of the music; happily, the EP is impeccable. Leading the charge is Karizma, whose remix of Flacko's "Lonely Town" is a breezy, soft-focus chunk of modern soul/broken house fusion smothered in hazy synthesizer chords and slowly strummed Latin guitar breakdowns. DJ Kemit dances towards peak-time floors with a wonderfully emotion-rich house version of jazz pianist Robert Glasper's "Enoch's House" built around similarly tropical drums, while KZRekchampma's glorious flipside club revision of Guy's "Groove Me" sits somewhere between bass-heavy UK house, soul-powered New Jersey garage and revivalist synth-boogie.
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Lost & Found EP (remastered) (hand-stamped 12" 再出版)
Cat: KLRR 3. Rel: 20 Jun 19
Electro
  1. At Night (6:02)
  2. Leather Dreams (4:50)
  3. Body Electric (4:36)
  4. The Night Flight (3:15)
Review: This tidy EP gathers together some of The Hacker's most sought-after early tracks, all of which have been re-mastered to leave them sounding weightier than ever. First up is the pulsating brilliance of electro-techno fusion workout "At Night", which - like two other cuts on the EP - first appeared on legendary 1998 12" "A Strange Day". This prime chunk of mind-altering body music is swiftly followed by the sparkling, saucer-eyed alien electro-funk of "Leather Dreams" and the hard-wired Kraftwerk style electro heaviness of "Body Electric" (a fuzz-soaked slammer based around the Robots' "Numbers" that initially came out in 1998). "The Night Flight", a bubbly Drexciya style number from 1999, completes a fantastic package.
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MonoTrax Volume 2 (140 gram vinyl 12" 再出版)
Cat: MON 019. Rel: 24 Jun 19
Electro
  1. The Hacker - "Rythmus Machine" (5:12)
  2. Larry McCormick - "Root Code" (5:26)
  3. Cosmic Force - "Maximilian Of Roma" (5:08)
  4. DeFeKT - "I Am Here" (5:17)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Larry McCormick's Monotone label is one of the finest outposts for darkside electro operating in these bountiful times for the genre, and following on from the first volume of vinyl-only compilation MonoTrax, brace yourselves for round two. The Hacker is at his stalking, sinister best on "Rhythmus Machine," while McCormick himself brings a tough, street-level grittiness to "Root Code." Cosmic Force is on a dystopian sci fi tip with the nagging synth patterns of "Maximilian Of Roma", and DeFeKT completes the package with the audacious synth acrobatics and jackhammer beats of "I Am Here." What more do you need to know? This is high-end electro business for down and dirty, sweat-box dancefloors.
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Collaborations: Volume One (gatefold heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: HCB 004. Rel: 05 Jun 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Mm Mm (feat Angelique Kidjo & Roundhouse Choir) (4:11)
  2. Snowfire (feat Bugge Wesseltoft) (5:17)
  3. Ricochet (feat Dennis 'Funkybone' Rollins) (3:14)
  4. Why Yellow (feat Rob Auton) (3:17)
  5. Hypothetical (feat James Taylor) (3:37)
  6. Netsanet (feat Mulatu Astatke) (5:44)
  7. Without You (feat YVA) (3:32)
  8. Crushing Lactic (Comp Tom Rogerson) (3:55)
  9. What's Gone Before (feat Pete Wareham) (4:03)
  10. Climbing Up My Own Life Until I Die (feat Rob Auton) (9:37)
  11. Derashe (feat Mulatu Astatke) (6:12)
Review: Famed for their New Orleans style brass band covers - most notably a riotous Prodigy medley and tasty takes on Toto's "Africa" and Blackstreet's "No Diggidy" - the Hackney Colliery Band has decided to do things differently on their latest full-length excursion. As the title suggests, "Collaborations Volume 1" sees them join forces with a dizzying array of artists from the worlds of jazz, soul, funk, Afrobeat and hip-hop. The results are uniformly excellent, with highlights including the Afro-gospel brilliance of Angelique Kidjo and Roundhouse Choir hook-up "Mm Mm", the sunrise Afro-jazz breeze of Netsanet (featuring Mulatu Astatke), and the urgent stomp of percussion-laden workout "Crushing Lactic" with Tom Rogerson.
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Cat: HCB 005. Rel: 06 Jun 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Mm Mm (feat Angelique Kidjo & Roundhouse Choir)
  2. Snowfire (feat Bugge Wesseltoft)
  3. Ricochet (feat Dennis 'Funkybone' Rollins)
  4. Why Yellow (feat Rob Auton)
  5. Hypothetical (feat James Taylor)
  6. Netsanet (feat Mulatu Astatke)
  7. Without You (feat YVA)
  8. Crushing Lactic (Comp Tom Rogerson)
  9. What's Gone Before (feat Pete Wareham)
  10. Climbing Up My Own Life Until I Die (feat Rob Auton)
  11. Derashe (feat Mulatu Astatke)
Review: Famed for their New Orleans style brass band covers - most notably a riotous Prodigy medley and tasty takes on Toto's "Africa" and Blackstreet's "No Diggidy" - the Hackney Colliery Band has decided to do things differently on their latest full-length excursion. As the title suggests, "Collaborations Volume 1" sees them join forces with a dizzying array of artists from the worlds of jazz, soul, funk, Afrobeat and hip-hop. The results are uniformly excellent, with highlights including the Afro-gospel brilliance of Angelique Kidjo and Roundhouse Choir hook-up "Mm Mm", the sunrise Afro-jazz breeze of Netsanet (featuring Mulatu Astatke), and the urgent stomp of percussion-laden workout "Crushing Lactic" with Tom Rogerson.
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Keepsake (limited clear vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HVNLP 170C. Rel: 21 Jun 19
Indie
  1. Not That Kind (3:51)
  2. Without A Blush (4:58)
  3. Her Own Heart (3:53)
  4. Obsessed (5:14)
  5. Unwanted Guest (4:56)
  6. Secret (4:03)
  7. Kiss The Stars (4:08)
  8. Stay With Me (4:54)
  9. When I Get Out (4:30)
  10. Keep (4:29)
Review: Harriette "Hatchie" Pilbeam has been in the incubator of London label Heavenly for roughly two years now, with the label slowly establishing the artist before this debut with a slick run of 7" singles and promo material. Colliding breathy synth pop with reverb-drench folk, a touch of trip hop and good old-fashioned indie, Keepsake presents the debut opus from an emerging talent that's helping define what Shoegaze can be for 2019. Highlights include the Enya-like "Secret" and the melancholic two step beats of "Stay With Me". With touches of Boards Of Canada to be found in Hatchie's music too, there's a deep musical brain behind these beats and it should not be slept on. Check. It. Out.
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Keepsake (CD)
Cat: HVNLP 170CD. Rel: 21 Jun 19
Indie
  1. Not That Kind
  2. Without A Blush
  3. Her Own Heart
  4. Obsessed
  5. Unwanted Guest
  6. Secret
  7. Kiss The Stars
  8. Stay With Me
  9. When I Get Out
  10. Keep
Review: Harriette "Hatchie" Pilbeam has been in the incubator of London label Heavenly for roughly two years now, with the label slowly establishing the artist before this debut with a slick run of 7" singles and promo material. Colliding breathy synth pop with reverb-drench folk, a touch of trip hop and good old-fashioned indie, Keepsake presents the debut opus from an emerging talent that's helping define what Shoegaze can be for 2019. Highlights include the Enya-like "Secret" and the melancholic two step beats of "Stay With Me". With touches of Boards Of Canada to be found in Hatchie's music too, there's a deep musical brain behind these beats and it should not be slept on. Check. It. Out.
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The Judge (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: IMRV 026. Rel: 18 Jun 19
Deep Dubstep
  1. The Judge (4:42)
  2. Camino (3:01)
  3. Strays (4:12)
Review: Mean Gene Headland returns to the perennial dub stable Innamind with three more bone-shaking beauties. "The Judge" slams the hammer of justice down and declares us all innocent as an accordion chord weaves around middle eastern strings, "Camino" puts its foot down and drives us into the horizon on a road made of naked drums under a sky of dreamy harpsicord arpeggios while "Strays" summons us all back to the courtroom and declares us guilty in one fell moody, groaning bassline swoop. Court dismissed.
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Witch/Zanzibar (12" 再出版)
Cat: DE 066. Rel: 28 May 19
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Witch (vocal version) (7:02)
  2. Witch (instrumental version) (7:06)
  3. Zanzibar (original version) (5:56)
  4. Zanzibar (Afro mix) (5:46)
Review: Dark Entries' series of leftfield Italo-disco reissues continues with a double-header from prolific Italo disco session vocalist Helen (AKA Elena Ferretti), whose early excursions on obscure Italian labels Out Records and Discomagic have previously been the sole preserve of dusty-fingered crate-diggers. This EP brings together two of her finest EPs; 1983's scarce "Witch" - an exercise in bubbling, synth-pop inclined Italo-disco - and 1985's arguably better-known "Zanzibar". It's arguably the sparse, cowbell-laden "Afro Mix" - think Cosmic Club era Daniele Baldelli - of this track that steals the show, though all four tracks are shot through with that European strangeness that often marks out the best early Italo cuts.
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Cat: C56 072. Rel: 05 Jun 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Hidden Port (7:33)
  2. The Kings Tun (6:33)
Review: Claremont 56 founder Paul "Mudd" Murphy has a thing for studio supergroups. New project Hillside follows in the footsteps of Bison (who once counted Holger Czukay, Ursula Kloss and Sal Principato amongst their members) and Paqua. Their debut single is closer in tone to the latter than the former, with opener "Hidden Port" offering a deliciously languid, wide-eyed fusion of eyes-closed jazz-rock guitar solos, unfurling kosmiche keyboards, bobbing Latin rhythms and an electric violin solo from a musician renowned for his work with British folk legend Bert Jansch. You'll find more electric violin on the wilder and more up-tempo flipside "The Kings Tun", where distinctive fiddle solos rise above jangling acoustic guitars, warm bass and spacey keyboard flourishes. Anyone fancy a cosmic hoedown?
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Cat: WIGCD 375. Rel: 21 Jun 19
Indie
  1. Melody Of Love
  2. Spell
  3. Bath Full Of Ecstasy
  4. Echo
  5. Hungry Child
  6. Positive
  7. Why Does My Mind
  8. Clear Blue Skies
  9. No God
Review: Hot Chip are back! The coolest dudes since Devo return like a monkey with a miniature cymbal with their seventh full length album. With vocoding effects layered over the sweet tone of Alexis Taylor's voice referencing all matter of contemporary and retro-active pop and trance sensibilities, this album once again sees Hot Chip at the front of pioneering, friendly and avant garde pop music. Produced by the late Philippe Zdar (one half of Cassius) - also responsible for applying award winning touches to albums by Phoenix and Cat Power, Domino is calling the record "a celebration of joy but recognises the struggle it can take to get to that point of happiness". Our tips: album opener "Melody Of Love" and the '80s trance-pop that is "Hungry Child".
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Cat: WIGMC 375. Rel: 21 Jun 19
Indie
  1. Melody Of Love (4:28)
  2. Spell (6:30)
  3. Bath Full Of Ecstasy (4:08)
  4. Echo (4:47)
  5. Hungry Child (6:12)
  6. Positive (5:09)
  7. Why Does My Mind (5:05)
  8. Clear Blue Skies (6:53)
  9. No God (5:41)
Review: Hot Chip are back! The coolest dudes since Devo return like a monkey with a miniature cymbal with their seventh full length album. With vocoding effects layered over the sweet tone of Alexis Taylor's voice referencing all matter of contemporary and retro-active pop and trance sensibilities, this album once again sees Hot Chip at the front of pioneering, friendly and avant garde pop music. Produced by the late Philippe Zdar (one half of Cassius) - also responsible for applying award winning touches to albums by Phoenix and Cat Power, Domino is calling the record "a celebration of joy but recognises the struggle it can take to get to that point of happiness". Our tips: album opener "Melody Of Love" and the '80s trance-pop that is "Hungry Child".
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A Bath Full Of Ecstasy (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 375. Rel: 21 Jun 19
Indie
  1. Melody Of Love (4:18)
  2. Spell (6:14)
  3. Bath Full Of Ecstasy (4:00)
  4. Echo (4:38)
  5. Hungry Child (5:59)
  6. Positive (5:00)
  7. Why Does My Mind (4:54)
  8. Clear Blue Skies (6:49)
  9. No God (5:26)
Review: Hot Chip are back! The coolest dudes since Devo return like a monkey with a miniature cymbal with their seventh full length album. With vocoding effects layered over the sweet tone of Alexis Taylor's voice referencing all matter of contemporary and retro-active pop and trance sensibilities, this album once again sees Hot Chip at the front of pioneering, friendly and avant garde pop music. Produced by the late Philippe Zdar (one half of Cassius) - also responsible for applying award winning touches to albums by Phoenix and Cat Power, Domino is calling the record "a celebration of joy but recognises the struggle it can take to get to that point of happiness". Our tips: album opener "Melody Of Love" and the '80s trance-pop that is "Hungry Child".
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A Bath Full Of Ecstasy (limited gatefold heavyweight clear vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 375X. Rel: 21 Jun 19
Indie
  1. Melody Of Love (4:18)
  2. Spell (6:17)
  3. Bath Full Of Ecstasy (4:00)
  4. Echo (4:39)
  5. Hungry Child (6:02)
  6. Positive (4:58)
  7. Why Does My Mind (4:52)
  8. Clear Blue Skies (6:46)
  9. No God (5:31)
Review: Hot Chip are back! The coolest dudes since Devo return like a monkey with a miniature cymbal with their seventh full length album. With vocoding effects layered over the sweet tone of Alexis Taylor's voice referencing all matter of contemporary and retro-active pop and trance sensibilities, this album once again sees Hot Chip at the front of pioneering, friendly and avant garde pop music. Produced by the late Philippe Zdar (one half of Cassius) - also responsible for applying award winning touches to albums by Phoenix and Cat Power, Domino is calling the record "a celebration of joy but recognises the struggle it can take to get to that point of happiness". Our tips: album opener "Melody Of Love" and the '80s trance-pop that is "Hungry Child".
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Cat: FSOLD 010. Rel: 12 Jun 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Orfan Atmosphere
  2. Polymath
  3. Blokd
  4. Traktion
  5. Fu*k It
  6. To Function Autonomously
  7. Post Humans
  8. APE
  9. N-Droid
Review: 30 years after ditching the Humanoid alias in order to form Future Sound Of London with Garry Cobain, Brian Dougans has decided to resurrect his rave-era solo project. The result is "Built By Humanoid", a delightfully skittish, off-kilter album of raw, ragged and mind-altering cuts whose wayward, out-there electronics were partially created using two custom-built synthesizers that Dougans co-designed. The resultant album is breathlessly brilliant and magnificently mind-mangling, with the veteran producer conjuring up cuts that giddily join the dots between Aphex Twin's most intense moments, the acid-fired "Braindance" of Ceephax Acid Crew, the doom-laden ambient and IDM oddness of Future Sound Of London and the sweaty breakbeat rush of early UK hardcore.
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 in stock $11.90
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