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Cat: LL 042LP. Rel: 29 May 19
Funk
  1. Introduction (0:37)
  2. The Midnight Hour Theme (2:19)
  3. Black Beacon (4:12)
  4. Gate 54 (3:58)
  5. Redneph In B Minor (3:26)
  6. Better Endeavor (2:50)
  7. There Is No Greater Love (feat Loren Oden) (2:58)
  8. Do It Together (feat Loren Oden) (4:26)
  9. Mission (3:13)
  10. Bitches Do Voodoo (feat Angela Munoz) (2:16)
  11. Dans Un Moment D'errance (feat Loren Oden) (2:58)
  12. Questions (feat Loren Oden) (4:06)
  13. Ravens (2:44)
  14. It's You (feat Loren Oden) (8:29)
  15. Shout Outs (2:09)
Review: Based around bassist/producer Ali Shaheed Muhammad and pianist/producer Adrian Younge, The Midnight Hour shot to prominence last year with a self-titled debut album that was rapturously received by critics and listeners alike. Since then they've been touring extensively, so it makes sense that their latest full-length effort captures the energy and improvisation of those headline-grabbing performances. Complete with whooping crowd noise, the set sees them effortlessly join the dots between jazz-funk, classic-sounding soul, library music and hip-hop soul with the assistance of guest vocalists Loren Oden and Angela Munoz. The former stars on the album's standout moment: a set closing extended version of slow-burn favourite "It's You".
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Easing (12")
Cat: SNDW 12037. Rel: 21 Jun 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Easing (8:04)
  2. Easing (version) (6:49)
Review: George and Glen Miller are undoubtedly best known for their West End Records released 1982 boogie-soul classic "Touch Your Life". They released plenty of other records that flitted between soca, reggae, disco, and - in the latter stages of their career - electrofunk. "Easing", which appeared at some point at the turn of the '80s on London label Third World, remains one of their most potent releases - and, in its original form at least, formidably hard to find. This Soundway reissue wisely replicates the track list of the original release, beginning with the title track - a deliciously percussive, musically intricate chunk of peak-time disco smothered in sharp, Afro-funk style horns and George and Glen Miller's lilting reggae-soul style vocals. The flipside "Version" strips out the vocals, allowing listeners to hear in greater detail the pair's impeccable arrangements and instrumentations (particularly the fine orchestration and rich groove).
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The Director's Cut Chapter 3 (180 gram audiophile vinyl 12")
Cat: AX 080DC. Rel: 13 Jun 19
Techno
  1. Comdex (4:55)
  2. UFO (4:20)
  3. Flying Machines (Jeff Mills Commentary) (1:30)
  4. A Set (5:05)
  5. Flying Machines (5:20)
Review: (180g Axis Audiophile Series / color label/ black generic jacket) Including audio commentary by Jeff Mills himself. "Looking back in hindsight to the activity and accomplishments of Axis is with much pride - to witness the relationship between the music and listener evolving to this point. The Director's Cut reissue project is about manicuring detail. It's about a rare opportunity to enhance what we've done so that the relationship strengthens for the long term" - Jeff Mills
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Cat: PM 025. Rel: 29 May 19
Techno
  1. If (feat Marachka - Vox Soul mix) (7:41)
  2. If (feat Anna F - original remix) (7:41)
Review: Some 20 years after "If" first hit stores, Jeff Mills has decided to get his old pal Terrence Parker to remix it. He's done a rather good job, with both versions making great use of Mills' ghostly original chord sequences and two different variations on the mesmerizing, seemingly drifting scat-style vocals that was arguably the track's most memorable feature. The A-side "Vox Soul Mix" includes new vocals in the original style by Marachka, whose haunting but soulful improvisations brilliantly rise above metronomic techno drums, spacey effects and those now famous chords. The similar sounding "Original Remix" is a little tougher and weightier, with tooled-up percussion (check the restless hi-hats) underpinning Anna F's original scat vocal and Mills' ethereal, ambient style chords.
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The Land Of Rape & Honey (reissue) (limited numbered 180 gram orange & gold vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 651C. Rel: 20 Jun 19
Industrial/Noise
  1. Stigmata
  2. The Missing
  3. Deity
  4. Golden Dawn
  5. Destruction
  6. The Land Of Rape And Honey
  7. You Know What You Are
  8. Flashback
  9. Abortive
Review: Music On Vinyl's Ministry reissue series continues via this heavyweight re-press of "The Land Of Rape And Honey" on orange and gold vinyl. On its initial release in 1988, the album was seen as something of a departure from the Al Jourgensen-helmed band's previous output, primarily because it mixed their previous EBM, industrial and experimental synth-pop influences with heavier guitar riffs, more stomping beats and the kind of growled vocals more prevalent in heavy metal. Listening back 31 years on, the album has lost none of its luster, with highlights including the low-slung dub-rock chug of "Golden Dawn", the ricocheting drums and dystopian screams of "Destruction", the EBM-rock throb of "You Know What You Are" and the 400 Blows style electro-dub funkiness of "Abortive".
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Mind/Soul (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PLA 035. Rel: 03 Jun 19
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Competition (5:28)
  2. Confidence (4:48)
  3. Looking Thru Your Mind (4:31)
  4. Two Different Things (4:15)
  5. At Random (3:30)
  6. I'm Immune (4:10)
Review: Platform 23 continue to do a great service to all seekers of furtive sounds from the DIY underground, this time shining a light on the wonderful Mode I/Q. Anyone who digs the sound of New York-tinged new wave and danceable post punk will love this record - the limber disco funk of the rhythm section meets with squalling guitar textures and dubby FX, all shot through with a hooky pop sensibility that makes this record so easy to fall in love with. "Confidence" is especially strong, as is the ramshackle party starter "Two Different Things". It seems there's no end to the overlooked gems from this golden era of independent music - it's time to catch up with Mode I/Q and file them next to your favourite disco-not-disco movers and shakers.
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Played by: Vincent Inc
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Cat: 733645 Rel: 29 May 19
 
Complex oscillation module - 22HP
Notes: The Noisy Oscillator module is an oscillator that mixes two signals: a 'regular' wave (sawtooth/square/triangle) and a 'tonal noisy' wave. This adds a special noisy layer over the sound, that adds 'air', grit or dirt, depending on the combinations you make. The MOD parameter acts on the noisy waveforms:

- Sonar Noise: a white noise filtered by a resonant bandpass filter, with 1V/oct tracking of the filter frequency. The MOD parameter controls the resonance.
- Wind Noise: white noise filtered by a comb filter, with 1V/oct tracking of the base frequency (delay). The MOD parameter controls a 6dB/oct hipass filter.
- Arcade Noise: LFSR noise source as can be found on the SID soundchips (Commodore) or Sega Arcade games. The MOD parameter controls again a 6dB/oct hipass filter.

The noisy wave can be set equal, or 1 or 2 octaves above the regular wave.

The module has two voices, with their own set of CV and output connectors. This can be used to play in a full 2-voice polyphony, or in a 2-voice unison. The outputs can be separate, using both output connectors, or mixed, using only the connector of the second voice.

Next to the 1V/oct pitch CV, the module offers CV control over pitch (FM), the MOD parameter and the sound level:

- FM CV: pitch control normalled to 0V, attenuated with the FM knob (+ and -). This allows for Frequency Modulation up to the lower audio range. It's of course a digital module, so higher frequencies can start inducing aliasing and digital artefacts.
- MOD CV: CV control for the MOD parameter, normalled to 0V and attenuated with the CV AMT knob (+ and -).
- LEVEL CV: CV control for the sound volume, normalled to 7.5V. With this CV control you can omit an external VCA stage if you want.

The CV signals of the second voice (upper row of connectors) are always normalled to the signal of the first voice (lower row), so you can use a single LFO for some FM vibrato or tremolo on both voices, for example. Only the V/oct connector of the second voice is normalled to the first voice with an extra addition of a fixed voltage that can be set using a trimmer at the backside of the module. This way you can use the 2 voices to play in unison with a fixed pitch separation you can set on the backside.
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Only You (12" 再出版)
Cat: SNDW 12025. Rel: 28 May 19
International
  1. Steve Monite - "Only You" (Frankie Francis Disco Jam edit) (7:55)
  2. Tabu Ley Rochereau - "Hafi Deo" (Nick The Record & Dan Tyler re-edit dub) (10:15)
Review: Edits in the hole! Two Afrofunk gems enjoy floor-primed refocuses: Steve Monite's Doing It In Lagos-featured "Only You" gets a little juice from Sofrito's Frankie Francis who really brings the bass out in proceedings. Meanwhile on the B Nick The Record and Idjut Boy Dan Tyler tweak the energy and sheen of Tabu Ley Rochereau's "Hafi Disco" as the drums are given a little more momentum and the chorus and horns are really brought to the centre of the action. Stunning.
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Perspectives (limited gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: PTRCLR 004. Rel: 10 Jun 19
Bass
  1. Ritual Angel (3:48)
  2. No Fear (feat David Osterle) (4:11)
  3. Harp Enough (4:25)
  4. Rolling Back (feat Madeline Kenney) (4:14)
  5. Revolution (4:55)
  6. Hyperreality (5:38)
  7. World War III (5:18)
  8. Salvation (feat David Osterle) (3:56)
  9. Reset (feat Sophie Lindinger) (5:04)
  10. Pontinatx (4:55)
  11. Hope Dies Last (4:53)
Review: Russian-Austrian by roots, Scottish by upbringing, RBMA alumni and multi-instrumentalist Motsa levels up with this extraordinary debut album. An 11 track opus delivered over two heavyweight 12"s, "Perspectives" spans his full breadth from dark broken bass ("Ritual Angel") to uncut euphoria ("Hyperreality") via urgent, panic-mode breaks laced with mournful harmonies ("World War III") and all types of emotional and complex shades between. From total uplift to grave melancholy, if you've so much as sniffed at an Apparat, Trentemoller, James Zabiela or Nathan Fake record then you'll be all over this. Exceptional.
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MPX 001 (140 gram vinyl 12")
MPX
Cat: MPX 001. Rel: 10 Jun 19
Techno
  1. G (7:58)
  2. J (6:54)
  3. L (7:29)
  4. K (7:29)
Review: When a white label launches from an artist called MPX with single letters for track titles, you know there's some serious techno incoming. This four track EP is brimming with rugged, street-tough energy; from the slapping drum jack and throbbing b-line pulse of opener "G" to the crunchy strut of "J." There's plenty of psychoactive flair to match the classic drum machine flourishes though - "L" has a wicked arp coursing through its veins, while "K" takes the same rhythm section and boils it down to a hypnotising whirl of techno perfection.
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Dusk To Dawn Part I-III (3xCD box set)
Cat: TE 1001123CD. Rel: 21 Jun 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Intro
  2. Dusk To Dawn (feat Lune - acoustic version)
  3. Lovisa
  4. Vivid Imaginations
  5. Hedonism MC Robyn
  6. Tears Of Illuminations (Vox)
  7. Track 7
  8. Magic Trick (feat Axel Boman)
  9. Dusk To Dawn (feat Lune)
  10. Dusk To Dawn (feat Lune - original extended)
  11. Time Lapse (feat Noomi)
  12. Acid Samba (feat Noomi)
  13. Pleiades
  14. Balearic Moonwalk (feat Kleerup)
  15. Reflections Of Light
  16. Empyrean
  17. Pharmakon
  18. Indecision
  19. Thoth
  20. Alderamin (feat Anne Marie Almedal)
  21. Memento Mori
  22. Twilight
  23. Dark Observer
  24. Solitude
  25. Tugendhat (outro)
Review: Having not released an album since starting his recording career almost a decade ago, Mr Tophat clearly thinks he has some catching up to do. His debut full-length is something of an epic, charting an imaginary journey from dusk to dawn inspired by a month the Swedish producer spent living in Ibiza. The first disc (part one) starts sun-kissed, soft-focus and Balearic, before the Swede launches into a series of percussive and punchy, club-ready cuts. He ups the intensity on the more vocal-heavy second disc - look out for a great hook-up with Axel Boman - before he replicates the slow creep of sunrise via a third disc full to bursting with starry ambience, tactile Balearic beats and the odd juddering dancefloor workout.
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MTV 15.05.63 - 12.04.2017 (hardback book + CD)
Cat: 733027 Rel: 21 Jun 19
 
Limited deluxe hardback book with CD of previously unreleased material
Notes: 260 page, full colour, hardback book full of previously unseen photographs from Mika Vainio's archive and the Vainio family scrapbook, plus contributions from his musical associates, friends and family, unseen texts, a full discography of everything Vainio ever released on his own and in collaboration with others and much much more - including a CD of previously unreleased material.

The book contains a heart-wrenching collection of photographs from the Vainio family archive, a broad range of artistic contributions (text, photographic and visual remembrances) from Mika's artist friends and collaborators, an Updated and exhaustive Mika discography, Jennifer Lucy Allen's unedited transcript for her The Wire magazine 2013 "Invisible Jukebox' - one of Mika's most animated media responses, a variety of Pansonic ephemera from Paul Smith's own Blast First archives, and an album length exclusive CD of previously unreleased Pansonic performance recordings - "Turku Moai - live on Rapa Nui"."
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Cat: RSR 007. Rel: 05 Jun 19
Soul
  1. What Freedom Means (4:33)
  2. Tenderly (4:56)
Review: Ishola Muhammad decided to adopt the A M Muhammad pseudonym for his second single, "What Freedom Means", in tribute to then leader of the American Muslim Mission (AMM), whose wise words had inspired the single. As this reissue of the rare single proves, the track has lost none of its potency in the 38 years since it was recorded. Muhammad's positive lyrics and assured lead vocal take pride of place alongside superb female backing vocals and a killer backing track that sits somewhere between rubbery jazz-funk and stomping disco. Turn to the flip for the doo-wop influenced sweetness of obligatory loved-up bonus cut "Tenderly". It's decent, but the floor-friendly A-side remains the killer cut.
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Cat: 724225 Rel: 17 Jun 19
 
Mukatsuku record bag - plus extras
Notes: This hand-crafted British made 7" record bag with embossed Mukatsuku logo is made from vintage black leather and comes with adjustable leather shoulder strap and padded top flaps with zips to hold money, needles or adapters.

Holds up to 80 x 45's.

Other goodies included;

- Branded leather keyring
-Steel 45 adapter
- 2 x wooden 45 adapter (1 x pattern edition,1 x round)
- Button badge
- Stickers

NB. These bags are individually hand made from vintage leather and as the material is a natural product the colour may vary slightly from the image shown.
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 3 in stock $159.25
Cat: 735344 Rel: 04 Jun 19
 
Leather record bag, plus Mukatsuku 7" single, cork slipmats, adapters & other accessories
Notes: Exclusive to Juno this stylish deluxe British made vintage leather branded messenger bag in black, with shoulder strap, inside zip pocket, leather branded keyring, pair of cork 12 inch slipmats, 7 '' record, stickers, metal button badge, 1 x wooden keyring, 1 x resin 45 adapter, 1 x metal adapter. Bag holds up to 25 x 12 inch records.
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 1 in stock $127.40
Cat: 735078 Rel: 03 Jun 19
 
Pair of limited edition Mukatsuku frosted clear 45 DJ twister slipmats with built in adapters for playing dinked 45's
Notes: As used by Kenny Dope, DJ Spinna, John Gomez, Marcellus Pittman, Greg Belson, Juergen from Jazzanova, Nancy Noise, Faze Action, Dan from The Idjut Boys, Perry Louis (Jazzcotech) Huw 72 etc, plus a host of other international producers and DJ's. The limited edition frosted clear Mukatsuku 45's DJ Twister Slipmat has a built in adapter to play dinked 45s and is worldwide exclusive to Juno.

The slipmat is perfect for B-Boys to cue up & scratch their beloved 7 inches in a DJ set or just use it with ease to spin those dinked 45s. Comes with stickers
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 2 in stock $27.59
Notes: Mukatsuku high quality professional stainless steel cut away dome shape 45 adapter with easy lift off design. 117 grams. Height 27.5mm. Please be aware these adapters are designed that you place the adapter on the spindle and then put the record on the player over the top of the adapter.They are not designed for scratch / hip hop djs who often prefer a very tight fit (like a SL1200 aluminium 45 adapter for example where a dj would have to place the record first and then the adapter on top instead) As all dinked 45 records do not have identical sized dinked holes then you may find a miniscule difference in the space between the adapter and the record. Despite this , there should not be any noticeable dfference in sound quality on playback. For scratch dj's we suggest instead the Mukatsuku Twister mat.
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 6 in stock $15.92
Cat: 730210 Rel: 03 Jun 19
 
7'' wooden record dividers
Notes: 5 x Mukatsuku unbranded wooden 7'' record dividers, with index lip. Made from 3mm plywood. Width 17.5 cm....Height 18.5 cm with an additional 4.3 cm for the index lip
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Cat: 730209 Rel: 28 May 19
 
12'' wooden record dividers
Notes: 5 x Mukatsuku plain wooden 12'' record dividers, with index lip. Made from 3mm plywood.
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Green & Blue (limited 1-sided 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: 085538 0008968. Rel: 14 Jun 19
Indie
  1. Green & Blue (6:18)
Review: Tumbling drums and guitars to invoke that classic Madchester feeling are a shining sensation in this Irish band's limited one-sided 12". Something of an extravagant release, The Murder Capital have rightly stood behind a moody number of post-punk charm that deserves its own piece of 12" real estate. "Green & Blue" is The Murder Capital's second single and it's a sound that falls somewhere between the post-punk of The Happy Mondays and Joy Division, and the more contemporarily strands of Oxford band Foals. Atmospheric, moody post-punk with soul.
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Cat: UM 023. Rel: 18 Jun 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Equate (5:45)
  2. Croon (feat Afya) (6:08)
  3. Brinkman (4:54)
  4. Generis (4:56)
Review: After a short break, Mako's Utopia Music have fired into 2019 all guns blazing with two long-awaited Break cuts and an album from Hydro and War. This label debut from Belgian MZine continues the heat with necksnap stepper sessions that maintain Utopia's consistent quality. "Equate" is all about those throaty moans under a yearning desert call while "Croon (feat. Afya)" takes us much deeper into the machine's stomach so you can hear every acidic gurgle and croak. Flip for two more danger sessions: "Brinkman" is made of springs and laced with glacial pads while "Generis" closes the EP with a star-gazing cosmic touch. On-point.
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Fog FM (2xLP)
Ans
Cat: ANS 3000. Rel: 11 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. AIR (5:25)
  2. Fog FM (7:40)
  3. Purple Iris (6:30)
  4. Benefit (7:51)
  5. Channel 2 (1:58)
  6. Lucy's (6:27)
  7. Unhygenix (7:48)
  8. Channel 3 (3:01)
  9. I'll Follow You (6:57)
  10. Aftermath AM (7:21)
Review: Somewhat poetically, Anthony Naples describes his third album, "Fog FM", as a "house music transmission filtered through fluorescent static, from a station out of place and time". You'll certainly find some blasts of evocative radio static dotted around the album - see the drowsy wooziness of ambient numbers "Channel 2" and "Channel 3", not to mention the pops and crackles wrapped around sub-heavy, stripped back peak-time workout "Unhygenix" - but the lasting impression is of a smartly-produced set of mostly club-ready cuts that subtly doff a cap to many sub-genres of house and techno. It's a superb set, too, with highlights including the wayward techno intensity of "Benefit", the "Brown Album"-era Orbital heaviness of "Purple Iris" and the tough, dubbed-out deep house headiness of "Lucys".
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Joey NEGRO/VARIOUS
Cat: ZEDDLP 038. Rel: 19 Jun 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Patti LaBelle - "Music Is My Way Of Life" (Joey Negro Funk In The Music mix) (7:51)
  2. The O'Jays - "I Love Music" (Joey Negro Sweet Music mix) (8:10)
  3. Loose Change - "Straight From The Heart" (Joey Negro Straight To The Groove mix) (6:46)
  4. Kleeer - "Open Your Mind" (Joey Negro Seeekret mix) (8:59)
  5. Christopher Cross - "Ride Like The Wind" (Joey Negro extended disco mix) (8:38)
  6. Willie Hutch - "Brothers Gonna Work It Out" (Joey Negro Return Of The Mac mix) (6:38)
  7. Cheryl Lynn - "You Saved My Day" (Joey Negro Tell The World mix) (8:51)
  8. Norman Connors - "Stella" (Joey Negro Jazz Ride) (6:21)
Review: Two years have passed since his inaugural Remixed With Love collection but Joey finally delivers another immaculate collection of official edits and reversions. A quick squizz at the artists he's refixed will confirm (if any confirmation is necessary) Joey's weight and authority: Cheryl Lynn, Willie Hutch, The O'Jays, Patti LaBelle, Kleeer and many more go under Joey's crafty knife. Extensions are made, beats and fine-tuned, percussive breakdowns are polished and subtle dubby elements are brought to the fore. Even the most ardent of Dave Lee collectors may have a few holes to fill right here.
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Joey NEGRO/VARIOUS
Cat: ZEDDLP 038X. Rel: 19 Jun 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Gwen McCrae - "Keep The Fire Burning" (Joey Negro Feed The Flame mix) (7:15)
  2. People's Choice - "Here We Go Again" (Joey Negro Philly Stomp mix) (7:02)
  3. Thelma Houston - "I'm Here Again" (Joey Negro Ready To Roll mix) (6:24)
  4. Pockets - "Come Go With Me" (Joey Negro Found A Place mix) (7:50)
  5. George Benson - "Love Ballad" (Joey Negro Jazzy reprise) (7:07)
  6. Gladys Knight & The Pips - "Taste Of Bitter Love" (Joey Negro Disco re blend) (6:53)
  7. Grace Jones - "Pull Up To The Bumper" (Joey Negro Bumper To Bumper mix) (7:41)
  8. Robert Palmer - "Every Kinda People" (Joey Negro Multicultural Multitrack mix) (7:25)
Review: Given his credentials and track record, it's unsurprising that original disco and boogie artists are willing to let Joey Negro play around with their biggest hits. His first stab at this kind of multi-track remix, 2014's Remixed With Love, was such a success that he's decided to unleash another swathe of revisions over two vinyl double-packs. This "Part B" edition features some killer reworks, including a sublime, on-point rearrangement of Gwen McRae's "Keep The Fire Burning" and a rolling, dubbed-out version of Grace Jones' "Pull Up To The Bumper" that rivals Larry Levan's classic remix. The veteran producer also successfully turns Pockets' "Come Go With Me" into a classic soulful house rub, and pushes Thelma Houston's "I'm Here Again" further towards disco anthem territory.
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Cat: MYS 007. Rel: 10 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. That's How Lovers Be (Drivetrain mix) (7:09)
  2. That's How Lovers Be (Nail mix) (6:07)
  3. That's How Lovers Be (Scott Grooves That How dubs Be) (8:52)
Review: The Mysticisms label once more turns its attention to rarefied gold dust from the annals of deep house history, this time shining a light on Soiree Records, which was helmed by cult favourite Drivetrain. Nu-C Zn's "That's How Lovers Be" was an unconventional but oh so sweet curio back in 1995, and now it's been revived with Drivetrain delivering a new mix of the track that lets the smoky keys, plastic sax and gorgeous vocals hover tentatively. UK house stalwart Nail is up next with a bumping, crafty update on the track, while Scott Grooves lays down honey-coated keys that shift the mood of Nu-C Zn's original into a different emotional headspace.
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NUX
Cat: 735364 Rel: 04 Jun 19
 
Analogue acoustic preamp with digital effects & looper function
Notes: NUX Stageman Floor is an analogue acoustic preamp with digital effects and looper function. The preamp features a highly sensitive 3-band EQ with MID scoop toggle switch, adjustable notch filter and input gain control. It is equipped with multi-functional chorus & reverb effects. High headroom gain stage with 3-band EQ, mid-scoop and switchable response for piezo or magnetic pickups. A built-in looper can make use of both pedals for freeze and overdub effects. A complete stage or studio tool for acoustic players.
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Sunspear (12")
Cat: BEAR 0012. Rel: 11 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. Sunspear (4:34)
  2. Tru Dancing (5:51)
Review: Earlier in the year, sometime Blip Discs and Ninja Tune man O'Flynn (real name Ben Norris) returned to action after a two-year absence. Here he attempts to keep up the pressure via a double A-side single on Silver Bear Recordings. "Sunspear" is little less than a rushing blast of summery dancefloor brilliance - a percussively dense and smile inducing house jam rich in filtered horns, throaty funk vocalizations and what we assume are samples from a cheery Brazilian disco record. A similar production approach be can be heard on the flip, where O'Flynn delivers a lolloping, bass-heavy revision of a lesser-known disco funk cut. It's suitably heavy, but also boasts the kind of rubbery rhythmic swing that's rarely heard on similar exercises in sample-heavy filter house.
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Nostalgia (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AE 08LTD. Rel: 28 May 19
Techno
  1. Nostalgia (5:23)
  2. Rydgad (7:14)
  3. Morph (7:01)
  4. Flod (6:51)
Review: AE Recordings turns its attention to Oculus, who they describe as a "titan of the Icelandic techno scene", famed for his live sets that have kept bodies moving for the past decade. He commits some of his sounds to wax here, maintaining the otherworldly emotional lilt that often comes from the scene orbiting AE and Thule Records, but with a bolder sound palette than some of the icy dubbed out artists he rubs shoulders with. "Nostalgia" deals in powerful, swooning chord progressions, while "Rydgad" pings a set of metallic percussion around a sturdy but crooked low end groove. "Morph" takes things deeper, while "Flod" offers up a classy take on the minimal techno aesthetic, with added sound design trysts for good measure.
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Cat: EDITSERVICE 005. Rel: 11 Jun 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Les Portrait Le Diacre Astvatsatour Sarkissian (6:06)
  2. Folle Vendredi Soir (6:14)
  3. Farine (5:02)
  4. Oinj (6:12)
  5. Racaille (7:26)
Review: Moscow-based editors Olta Karawane let loose on Special Delivery with five exceptional intergalactic sleaze jams. Each one sprinkled with their own sonic stardust, highlights include the sultry cake-listing koshmiche mash of "Les Portrait Le Diacre Astvatsatour Sarkissian", the Moroder-goes-b-boy-on-Omicron-Persei-8 jitters of "Farine" and the peg-leg post-punk and woozy Tropicana of "Oinj". Topped off with an epic synth chariot of fire "Racaille", it's another remarkable trip from one of Russia's most enigmatic disco acts.
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Cat: 735305 Rel: 04 Jun 19
 
Limited edition hard cover book featuring a definitive discography of Pink Floyd 7 inch singles
Notes: The follow-up, fully updated second edition of Charles Beterams' incredible Pink Floyd On Forty-Five. The new edition of his book, a limited and numbered edition of 500 copies in a deluxe hard cover, running to some 260 pages and well over 1200 pictures in full colour.

The book is the definitive discography of Pink Floyd 7 inch singles. With the help of the world's foremost Floyd singles collectors, Charles has compiled a simply breath taking book that sets the standard. Apart from entries on releases from countries such as Angola, Costa Rica, Egypt, Jamaica, Kenia, Nigeria, The Philippines and Turkey, Pink Floyd On Forty-Five also features extensive discographies of 7 inch singles from Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, The Netherlands, United Kingdom and the USA.

The core of the book consists of 7 inch singles that ended up in public, either via the regular route of shops (stock copies) or via record companies to radio stations and journalists (promotional copies). These are brought together in separate chapters per country, starting with Pink Floyd, and followed by Syd Barrett, David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Roger Waters, and Richard Wright singles, all of them in chronological order, complete with release notes and details. Pink Floyd On Forty-Five concludes with a selection of test pressings and acetates.
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Dioxide (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: DEXT 012. Rel: 11 Jun 19
Bass
  1. Dioxide (5:07)
  2. Tuskanary (5:24)
  3. Dioxide (Bruce Carbon Reduction) (5:41)
  4. Theia (3:27)
Review: More fine fare from Bristolian bass-head Otik, a producer last seen serving up a spacey chunk of percussively intense headiness on Intergraded's multi-artist "Orbitration". Our pick of a very strong bunch is "Dioxide", a pleasingly spaced-out post-dubstep exercise in sparse but weighty drums, alien electronic melodies and out-there aural textures. The obligatory rework can be found on side B, where the "Bruce Carbon Reduction" offers a skittish and fizzing dancefloor interpretation. Elsewhere, "Theia" is a crackling, slowly unfurling slice of yearning ambient bliss, while "Tuskanary" sees Otik pepper a drunken rhythm track with wonky modular motifs.
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Neptuno (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: ERC 071. Rel: 28 May 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Preparativos Para El Viaje (6:46)
  2. Neptuno (5:34)
  3. La Verdad De Lo Pequeno (3:27)
  4. Paseo Celeste (8:24)
  5. Gacelle (7:07)
  6. Lo Inevitable (4:34)
  7. Aqui Y Ahora (6:06)
  8. Lo Ves?, Ya Te Lo Decia (6:42)
Review: Spanish multi-instrumentalist and producer Luis Paniagua gets the Emotional treatment here with the reissue of the stunning 1987 album "Neptuno". It's a joyous album that revels in global musical traditions, and its accomplished finish is a marvel considering he recorded it with Luis Delgado in his Madrid attic within just a few days. From the treated string swells and sitar lilt of the title track to the lively percussive tumble of "Gacelle" and on to the bell chimes of "Aqui Y Ahora", this is a stunning record executed with talent and rich with the many wonderful tones to be enjoyed from a whole world of instrumentation.
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Decagon (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: PM 038. Rel: 29 May 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Decagon (6:31)
  2. Hakai (7:08)
Review: There are few drum and bass producers who can boast quite as deep a discography as Dev Pandya AKA Paradox. 23 years after making his debut, the veteran producer continues to dish up high-grade dancefloor workouts in his inimitable style. Pandya begins his first EP of 2019 with "Decagon", a punchy roller whose crunchy, snare-driven breakbeats, colossal dub bass and delay-laden electronic bleeps recall the early days of British bass music 30 years ago. He heads explores similar sonic territory on flipside "Hakai", a similarly weighty - if a little sweatier - excursion built around elongated sub-bass tones, revivalist jungle drums and echoing toaster chat.
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Played by: Soul Intent
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Philos (180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: GBLP 077. Rel: 11 Jun 19
International
  1. Arrival (3:00)
  2. Thunder Shower (1:36)
  3. Easy (2:09)
  4. Pause (3:46)
  5. Philos (6:04)
  6. Walker: In Seoul (5:56)
  7. When I Think Of Her (5:13)
  8. On Water (4:12)
Review: For the latest exotic outing on their Tak:til offshoot, Germany's World Music inspired Glitterbeat crew has turned to South Korean fusionist Park Jiha, an artist whose occasional releases combine traditional instruments with contemporary electronics and production techniques. There's plenty to enjoy from start to finish, from the exotic, mind-altering string motifs and intoxicating aural textures of opener "Arrival", to the fuzzy sunset bliss of "Thunder Shower", delicate piano motifs and reverb-heavy plucked strings of "Philos" and the slow melodic bob and swirling field recordings of "Walker: In Seoul". Best of all, though, is the childlike wonder of bittersweet standout cut "When I Think Of Her", in which Jiha's improvised vocals play a starring role.
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Philos (CD)
Cat: GBCD 077. Rel: 18 Jun 19
International
  1. Arrival
  2. Thunder Shower
  3. Easy (Poem & Read By Dima El Sayed)
  4. Pause
  5. Philos
  6. Walker: In Seoul
  7. When I Think Of Her
  8. On Water
Review: For the latest exotic outing on their Tak:til offshoot, Germany's World Music inspired Glitterbeat crew has turned to South Korean fusionist Park Jiha, an artist whose occasional releases combine traditional instruments with contemporary electronics and production techniques. There's plenty to enjoy from start to finish, from the exotic, mind-altering string motifs and intoxicating aural textures of opener "Arrival", to the fuzzy sunset bliss of "Thunder Shower", delicate piano motifs and reverb-heavy plucked strings of "Philos" and the slow melodic bob and swirling field recordings of "Walker: In Seoul". Best of all, though, is the childlike wonder of bittersweet standout cut "When I Think Of Her", in which Jiha's improvised vocals play a starring role.
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Cat: WIGCD 446. Rel: 07 Jun 19
Indie
  1. I Want Your Dreams
  2. Once Is Enough
  3. Heavenly Day
  4. Love Comes On Silent Feet
  5. The Power Is In You
  6. Believe In Nothing
  7. War Plan Red
  8. 48 Crash
  9. Walking In Berlin
  10. Love's Inferno
  11. Master Of Destruction
  12. Carousel
Review: Most widely known as the front man for '70s rock and roll outfit The Only Ones, Peter Perrett returns once again with Humanworld, his second album since signing to Domino. Perrett successfully resurfaced in 2017 with How The West Was Won, an album that saw him chart in the UK and star on BBC Newsnight. Humanworld, then, does its best again to dissect romance and politics with Perrett's trademark sense of sardonic wit and wry humour. "I'm fully aware there are a lot of people who never even thought I'd get to make another album, let alone two, in such a short time," Perrett has been quoted saying, and with a production credit going to Peter's son Jamie who contributed to "Master Of Destruction", the album rejoices in one's ability to defy the odds. For fans of Dylan, Velvet Underground and Nick Cave for sure.
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HYPH 001 (12")
Cat: HYPH 001. Rel: 10 Jun 19
Techno
  1. 001y (10:03)
  2. 001z (13:32)
Review: NYC crew comprised of naano tani, Reginald & pH put out the debut slab on their own label showcasing pH's deeply tripped out euphoric hypnotic techno excursions.
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Boat (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HVNLP 168. Rel: 31 May 19
Indie
  1. Daddy Issues (4:26)
  2. Don't Make It Difficult (3:39)
  3. Say It (4:40)
  4. Tired (3:36)
  5. Bedhead (3:58)
  6. Tinfoil (4:46)
  7. Ruby (3:38)
  8. Set Of Stairs (2:54)
  9. Sorry (3:36)
  10. Aha (4:20)
Review: Dutch indie four piece spearheaded by its singer-songwriter Pip Blom realise their debut album, Boat. Delivered by a label associated with artists like Mattiel and Amber Arcades, Plip Blom see themselves in good company to deliver a full length LP following a run of 7" & 10" singles. The album features previously heard numbers like "Daddy Issues", a riffing example of the band's quick, almost surf rock style, with other semi-ironic titles like "Bedhead" offering something sentimental. With a host of other raucous and heavy distorted numbers too, Pip Blom's music falls somewhere between The Strokes, Hole and the best of alternative but radio friendly punk and garage rock.
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Boat (CD)
Cat: HVNLP 168CD. Rel: 31 May 19
Indie
  1. Daddy Issues
  2. Don't Make It Difficult
  3. Say It
  4. Tired
  5. Bedhead
  6. Tinfoil
  7. Ruby
  8. Set Of Stairs
  9. Sorry
  10. Aha
Review: Dutch indie four piece spearheaded by its singer-songwriter Pip Blom realise their debut album, Boat. Delivered by a label associated with artists like Mattiel and Amber Arcades, Plip Blom see themselves in good company to deliver a full length LP following a run of 7" & 10" singles. The album features previously heard numbers like "Daddy Issues", a riffing example of the band's quick, almost surf rock style, with other semi-ironic titles like "Bedhead" offering something sentimental. With a host of other raucous and heavy distorted numbers too, Pip Blom's music falls somewhere between The Strokes, Hole and the best of alternative but radio friendly punk and garage rock.
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Revenge For Nothing (12" 再出版)
Cat: UNI 1004. Rel: 08 Jun 19
Techno
  1. Revenge For Nothing (8:38)
  2. Red Dogon Star (7:34)
Review: We were somewhat surprised to discover that Revenge For Nothing is Marcellus Pittman's first 12" single for nearly three years. We were even more surprised when we heard the title track, a fantastically druggy, drum machine-heavy concoction that sounds like a long lost collaboration between the early house pioneers of Chicago and their techno counterparts in Detroit. The sparse but heavyweight feel of the track is matched by the trippy, low-slung simplicity of flipside "Red Dogon Star", where a kick-drum dominated rhythm track is peppered with fuzzy, jammed-out analogue bass, Yorkshire bleeps and mind-altering electronics.
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Can't Forget About You (12" 再出版)
Cat: UNI 1005. Rel: 03 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. Can't Forget About You (6:44)
  2. All Is Love (4:16)
  3. Creepy Crawlers 2 (5:15)
Review: You wait ages for a new Marcellus Pittman 12", and two come along at once. Can't Forget About You is the Detroit deep house producer's second EP in as many weeks following a near three-year hiatus. While the other 12", Revenge For Nothing, was raw, analogue-rich and abrasive, the three tracks here are altogether deeper, woozier and smoother. He begins with the simmering, ultra-deep beatdown vibes pf sensual lead cut "Can't Forget About You", before brilliantly breaking up the beats on "All Is Love", which also sees him make great use of some fluid and jazzy piano samples. Finally, Pittman opts for a more clandestine, late night vibe of the horror-influenced early morning hypnotism of "Creepy Crawlers".
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Cat: UNI 1007. Rel: 03 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. Fruits & Vegetable Groove (2:44)
  2. Love 4 My Kinfolk (3:18)
Review: It's rare to see Detroit stalwart Marcellus Pittman releasing a seven-inch single, but then he has stated that his latest excursion is "genre free". While that's not strictly true, it's certainly a pleasing diversion from his usual beatdown influenced deep house fare. A-side "Fruits And Vegetable Groove" is a chunk of hip-hop style MPC beat science, with Pittman expertly cutting-up drowsy samples, skewed beats and tipsy, mind-altering chords to create a suitably blunted, left-of-centre soundscape. "Love 4 My Kinfolk" is similarly laidback and groovy, with gentle instrumentation and fuzzy jazz-funk samples rising above a dusty, head-nodding groove.
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Small Mercies (gatefold LP + insert)
4AD
Cat: 4AD 0141LP. Rel: 07 Jun 19
Indie
  1. Andean Condor (3:39)
  2. Bitch (2:56)
  3. Disgrace (4:11)
  4. Small Mercies (3:31)
  5. Peanuts Grow Underground (3:51)
  6. Funsize (3:55)
  7. Dirt (interlude part 1) (0:40)
  8. Mary Magdalene (3:33)
  9. Hysterical (3:17)
  10. Eruption 24 (2:43)
  11. Dirt (interlude part 2) (0:41)
  12. Duck Out (3:38)
  13. Blowfish (3:41)
Review: Although an outstanding pop artist, Hannah Rodger's music as Pixx sits well and truly in the alt-pop realm. Since surfacing in 2015 with Fall In - that was later followed up by her 2017 debut album Age Of Anxiety - she's continues her relationship with 4AD once more thanks to Small Mercies. This second LP sees the English artist collide future electronic pop and R&B genres with the grungy guitars and synth rock styles of yesteryear. And for this record, Pixx assumes a different persona than before, her label says, to introspectively examine the damage done by religion, gender-based power hierarchies and stereotypes. Our picks, "Disgrace" and the oh-so-grungey "Mary Magdalene".
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4AD
Cat: 4AD 0141CD. Rel: 07 Jun 19
Indie
  1. Andean Condor
  2. Bitch
  3. Disgrace
  4. Small Mercies
  5. Peanuts Grow Underground
  6. Funsize
  7. Dirt Interlude (Pt 1)
  8. Mary Magdalene
  9. Hysterical
  10. Eruption 24
  11. Dirt Interlude (Pt 2)
  12. Duck Out
  13. Blowfish
Review: Although an outstanding pop artist, Hannah Rodger's music as Pixx sits well and truly in the alt-pop realm. Since surfacing in 2015 with Fall In - that was later followed up by her 2017 debut album Age Of Anxiety - she's continues her relationship with 4AD once more thanks to Small Mercies. This second LP sees the English artist collide future electronic pop and R&B genres with the grungy guitars and synth rock styles of yesteryear. And for this record, Pixx assumes a different persona than before, her label says, to introspectively examine the damage done by religion, gender-based power hierarchies and stereotypes. Our picks, "Disgrace" and the oh-so-grungey "Mary Magdalene".
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Polymer (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 303. Rel: 07 Jun 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Meds Fade (3:12)
  2. Los (4:50)
  3. Maru (4:44)
  4. Ops (4:14)
  5. Drowned Sea (4:47)
  6. The Pale Moth (4:53)
  7. Dancers (4:59)
  8. Nurula (3:57)
  9. Recall (3:07)
  10. All To Get Her (3:15)
  11. Dust (2:19)
  12. Crown Shy (3:51)
  13. Praze (3:59)
Review: As Warp gears up to celebrate its 30th birthday, it seems fitting that the label should be putting out a fresh album from one of its longest serving artists. As Plaid, Andy Turner and Ed Handley played a significant role in defining the label's approach to electronic music during the "Artificial Intelligence" era in the mid 1990s. All these years on, they're still capable of crafting fizzing, melodious, off-kilter electronic listening music that defies lazy categorization. "Polymer" is a hugely enjoyable and entertaining set, with highlights including the jumpy beats, post-electro melodies and mind-altering acid lines of "Los", the metallic bounce of "Maru" - a kind of twisted take on Afro-tech that's amongst their most club-ready cuts of recent times - and the disturbed, Autechre-style clang of "Recall".
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Polymer (CD)
Cat: WARPCD 303. Rel: 07 Jun 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Meds Fade
  2. Los
  3. Maru
  4. Ops
  5. Drowned Sea
  6. The Pale Moth
  7. Dancers
  8. Nurula
  9. Recall
  10. All To Get Her
  11. Dust
  12. Crown Shy
  13. Praze
Review: As Warp gears up to celebrate its 30th birthday, it seems fitting that the label should be putting out a fresh album from one of its longest serving artists. As Plaid, Andy Turner and Ed Handley played a significant role in defining the label's approach to electronic music during the "Artificial Intelligence" era in the mid 1990s. All these years on, they're still capable of crafting fizzing, melodious, off-kilter electronic listening music that defies lazy categorization. "Polymer" is a hugely enjoyable and entertaining set, with highlights including the jumpy beats, post-electro melodies and mind-altering acid lines of "Los", the metallic bounce of "Maru" - a kind of twisted take on Afro-tech that's amongst their most club-ready cuts of recent times - and the disturbed, Autechre-style clang of "Recall".
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IILE 04 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: IILE 04. Rel: 17 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. 626 Mafia (6:10)
  2. On My Face (feat Max Ulis) (6:19)
  3. FEM (6:05)
  4. You're Maybe The One (5:20)
  5. Keep This Thing (4:26)
Review: Following 2017 and 2018 outings on Concrete Music and Bass Culture Records, French producer Leo Pol returns to the Iile imprint he founded in 2016. There's plenty to admire across the five included tracks, from the rubbery acid bass, sweaty drums and glassy-eyed melodic breakdowns of opener "626 Mafia", to the sturdy beats, hustling drum fills, filter-laden chords and sweet vocal samples of closing cut "Keep This Thing". Leo's collaboration with Max Ulis, "On My Face", is a thrillingly high-octane fusion of ghetto-house, techno and woozy New Jersey garage, while "FEM" is an acid-flecked chunk of sun-kissed deep house breeziness that sounds like it could have been made in Italy in 1992.
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All I Got In Me EP (double 12" 再出版)
Cat: CCRT 03PM04. Rel: 17 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. BH2 (7:22)
  2. All I Got In Me (7:20)
  3. Reverse Cowboy (7:16)
  4. Live Concrete (7:21)
  5. Untitled (12:34)
  6. Live Love (7:47)
  7. St Ouen Connexion - Masile (7:16)
Review: Fresh from the success of two top notch EPs on iile, Leo Pol unveils his most ambitious release to date. All I Got In Me is something of a beast, with seven tracks stretched across two slabs of wax. It's a rather pleasingly varied affair, all told, with the experienced producer flitting between Detroit style techno futurism ("BH2"), warm, chunky and occasionally tough deep house ("All I Got In Me", "Live Concrete"), spacey beatbox electro ("Live Love") and the kind of tech-house cuts that look to both the Motor City and Chicago for inspiration. As a bonus, he's also included a collaborative cut under the St Ouen Connection moniker, the deep and hazy, techno-tempo positivity of "Masile".
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Airwave Uranium (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: XK 017. Rel: 05 Jun 19
Electro
  1. Airwave Uranium (7:34)
  2. King Rat (7:08)
  3. Airwave Uranium (Lou Karsh Acid Flashback) (5:58)
Review: When it comes to exploring the full potential of Roland's iconic TB-303 bass synthesizer, few are quite as capable of I Love Acid and Balkan Vinyl chiefs Posthuman. Here the long-serving duo pops up on X-Kalay with a particularly robust and club-friendly three-tracker. For straight-up heaviness you can't beat "King Rat", a muscular and sweaty fusion of booming beats, clanking drum fills, outer-space effects and energy-packed acid lines. Arguably more exciting, though, is A-side "Airwave Uranium", an acid-electro bubbler rich in psychedelic TB-303 lines, moody chords and bleeping electronics. X-Kalay artist Lou Karsh provides the accompanying remix, giddily emphasizing Posthuman's razor-sharp acid lines while subtly beefing up the beats.
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Here (2xLP)
Cat: PY 80. Rel: 10 Jun 19
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Two Feet On The Ground (5:06)
  2. Hera (9:16)
  3. 500,001 Blades Of Grass (6:23)
  4. Shallow Water (12:21)
  5. 499,999 Blades Of Grass (5:13)
  6. Gas (part 1) (19:38)
  7. Gas (part 2) (8:45)
  8. One Million Blades Of Grass (part 3) (10:23)
Review: Cult artist Colin Potter has been serving up superb albums for decades, with each year bringing a new clutch of solo or collaborative excursions. "Here", the veteran experimentalist's first outing for Poytechnic Youth, is another must-check affair. This time he's in a dark and intoxicating mood, offering up atmospheric soundscapes rich in woozy modular electronics, fuzzy guitar solos, metronomic post-punk bass, unsettling ambient chords, horror soundtrack aesthetics and off-kilter, delay-laden drums. It reminded us a little of early Joy Division, Chris Watson-era Cabaret Voltaire and other DIY-era experimentalists, though there's little doubt that it's a Colin Potter record.
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