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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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Cat: 732982 Rel: 02 Jun 19
 
Bass combo amplifier - ideal for home use and live performances
Notes: Ampeg's BA-112 V2 Bass Combo delivers classic Ampeg tone and performance driven features at volume levels ideal for practice, rehearsal or small stages. With Ampeg's all-new grinding Bass Scrambler overdrive and true 60-degree sound reinforcement monitoring angle for added clarity, the BA-112 is perfect for applications that demand great tone at manageable volume levels.
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Faded Clothes (hand-numbered CD limited to 100 copies)
Cat: LONTANOSCD 02. Rel: 04 Jun 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. You Keep Repeating
  2. I Don't Have An Umbrella
  3. Hard Work
  4. Stuffy Atmosphere
  5. March In Silence
  6. Unsatisfied
  7. Sit Down & Do Nothing
Review: The latest release on Rohs! records ambient focused sub-label, Lontano Series, comes from Seki Takashi, an artist whose thoughtful, experimental work frequently blurs the boundaries between ambient, drone and modern classical. "Faded Clothes" explores similar sonic territory, slowly slinking between the discordant electronic tones and mournful strings of "I Don't Have an Umbrella", the droning, deep space atmospherics of "Stuffy Atmosphere", the sustained cinematic intensity of "March In Silence" and the gentle, emotion-rich ambient movements of "Sit Down & Do Nothing" and "You Keep Repeating". It's a heady and intoxicating mixture all told, with the combination of experimentalism and soundtrack style orchestration giving the album a particularly widescreen feel.
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Cat: 731216 Rel: 18 Jun 19
 
4 variable waveshape operators for linear FM synthesis - 30HP
Notes: Implementing frequency modulation synthesis completely from scratch in firmware, the Quad Operator is able to provide a modern take on frequency modulation synthesis.

- One knob per function design for true ease of use
- Any FM algorithm is possible via modulation matrix
- The Algo expander provides algorithm save/recall and crossfading capabilities
- Independent output per operator
- Virtual VCA per operator for both animating modulation and output volume control
- Includes a dedicated "AR FM" input with its own modulation sends, designed to bring an audio rate signal in from your rack for use as a modulator. Try processing a phase locked operator, and feeding it back in!
- Each operator can also be unlocked then tuned and patched independently, making the module a great general purpose oscillator bank
- Convincing digital emulation of classic analogue waveshapes - sine, triangle, square, and saw
- An LFO mode, enabled the generation of phase locked, complex modulation signals
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Cat: 731217 Rel: 18 Jun 19
 
Expander for Quad Operator's algorithm functionality - 4HP
Notes: Where the unexpanded Quad Operator maintains a one knob per function design discipline, we nevertheless recognized the value of some more advanced algorithm-oriented functionality.

The Algo expander for the Quad Operator provides:

- Saving and loading of modulation send knob positions for FM algorithm design reuse

- Crossfade between pairs of saved algorithms, or a saved algorithm and the live knob positions
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Captured Through Time (hardback book + prints)
Cat: 734105 Rel: 04 Jun 19
 
Limited hardback book featuring over 100 images of Pink Floyd + 3 photo prints
Notes: Spanning more than half a century Pink Floyd has rightly earned its place as one of the greatest rock bands of all time. From the early, experimental and often whimsical days with band leader Syd Barrett to the more expansive style with Dave Gilmour onboard, leading to the masterpiece Dark Side Of The Moon that elevated Floyd into the stratosphere. But success came at a price as personal relationships suffered, culminating in break-ups as eventually Roger Waters departed. But stadiums and huge arenas continued to welcome Floyd through the eighties and nineties with a brief reunion with Waters for 2005's Live 8 event.

Captured Through Time is a photographic celebration of this truly iconic band that takes you on a journey from the psychedelic, avant-garde sixties to the present day including off stage shots of all band members during the 2000s including Syd Barrett!

Many of the photos have never been published in print before, including a sequence of shots from the Animals tour in 1977 that have only just been developed from the original negatives and digitally restored for this publication.

In total, over 100 glorious images of Floyd both on and off stage through the decades are included in this large format hardback book. Housed in a bespoke, custom-made, buckram presentation box with holographic block foil, it also includes 3 prints, ideal for framing and is strictly limited to 500 worldwide.

Hardback: 297 x 210 mm, 128pp, in a custom-made, holographic block foil presentation case with a set of 3 prints.
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Re Sort (LP)
Cat: MITSUKO 001. Rel: 13 Jun 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Pause (2:23)
  2. A Caminho Do Mar (2:35)
  3. Revan (5:09)
  4. La Cathedrale Engloutie (4:09)
  5. Traces (2:19)
  6. Line (2:55)
  7. Fold Air (2:46)
  8. Etude: Diagonal (5:25)
  9. Rayuela II (6:32)
  10. Satelite Towers (7:54)
Review: First released in limited quantities back in 2003, "Re.sort" is the sole Sora album by Japanese electronic experimentalist Takeshi Kurosawa. It's considered by some to be a lost classic of Japanese electronica, so it's great to see it getting a second life. It's a cut-and-paste affair, with abstract electronics, becalmed field recordings, track fragments, ambient chord sequences, glitch-hop beats and momentary melodic refrains combining to create an awesome audio patchwork. While it makes most sense when considered as a whole, there are still individual moments of brilliance to be found throughout. These include the woozy bliss of "La Cathedrale Engloutie", the slipped jazz-electronica of "Traces" and the sun-bright cheeriness of closing cut "Satelite Towers".
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Re Sort (CD)
Cat: MITSUKO 001CD. Rel: 18 Jun 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Pause
  2. A Caminho Do Mar
  3. Revans
  4. La Cathedrale Engloutie
  5. Traces
  6. Lines
  7. Fold Air
  8. Etude: Diagonal
  9. Rayuela (III)
  10. Satelite Towers
Review: First released in limited quantities back in 2003, "Re.sort" is the sole Sora album by Japanese electronic experimentalist Takeshi Kurosawa. It's considered by some to be a lost classic of Japanese electronica, so it's great to see it getting a second life. It's a cut-and-paste affair, with abstract electronics, becalmed field recordings, track fragments, ambient chord sequences, glitch-hop beats and momentary melodic refrains combining to create an awesome audio patchwork. While it makes most sense when considered as a whole, there are still individual moments of brilliance to be found throughout. These include the woozy bliss of "La Cathedrale Engloutie", the slipped jazz-electronica of "Traces" and the sun-bright cheeriness of closing cut "Satelite Towers".
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Cat: ARCHAICPRINT 001. Rel: 12 Jun 19
Techno
  1. Stanislav Tolkachev - "Sustainability #1" (5:57)
  2. Stanislav Tolkachev - "Sustainability #2" (6:40)
  3. The Transhumans - "Hipnomancer" (5:39)
  4. Dan Bohler - "Program & Control" (5:04)
Review: Having built up a following over five years via their popular podcast series, Spain's Archaic crew has decided to launch a label. Their first missive is a multi-artist, compilation style affair that should find its way into the record boxes of some serious techno DJs. Experienced Ukrainian producer Stanislav Tolkachev hands side A, first delivering the mind-altering peak-time throb of "Sustainability #1" - all restless distorted bass, locked-in drum machine beats and sharp, undulating electronic lead lines - before creating an intoxicating mood via the angular modular motifs and cyclical acid flashes of wonky workout "Sustainability #2". Berlin-based Spanish duo The Transhumans offer up a punchy peak-time techno throb-job rich on minor key riffs and increasingly wayward electronics, while Dan Bohler's "Program and Control" will batter you into submission via Surgeon-esque beats, industrial noises and metallic percussion hits.
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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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SWF 001 (hand-stamped 10")
Cat: SWF 001. Rel: 11 Jun 19
Bass
  1. Basstone (Scratcha DVA Soul Destroy mix) (4:03)
  2. Singlewhitefemale - "Dub" (3:34)
  3. Singlewhitefemale - "Secret Garden" (1:17)
Review: Oh gosh. Scratcha's up to his old head-spinning tricks again on this super limited 10" white label. His remix of "Basstone" takes the lead. A cult 1994 Louie Vega classic, DVA's twist is unlike anything you've ever heard; all sirens and frequencies and bashy clattering beats over uplifting chords, it's both overwhelmingly heavy and absurdly soulful in equal measures and it will totally melt brains this festival season. Comes complete with two deep and fractured perspectives from the mysterious/anonymous/perhaps-new-alias Singlewhitefemale; the shadowy fractured "Dub" and the woozy dreamweaver "Secret Garden". All stunning... Grab this while you can.
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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: 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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Predawn Qualia (limited hand-numbered 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: ARA 001. Rel: 05 Jun 19
Techno
  1. Predawn Qualia (8:02)
  2. Stone Sober Brushstrokes (5:01)
  3. Orcan Tears (8:19)
  4. Trade On Azul (4:05)
Review: French IDM/techno experimentalist David Letellier, best known for his releases on highly regarded imprints such as Raster-Noton and Stroboscopic Artefacts, now curates new label ara (about recording artists) and presents its inaugural release under his Kangding Ray alias. "Predawn Qualia" features four bold expressions that push the boundaries, through the use of new rhythmic forms and textures. We're loving the barrelling, hypnotic force of "Stone Sober Brushstrokes", pummelling broken beat workout of "Orcan Tears" and evocative, blissed out ambient closer "Trade On Azul".
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Cat: 730432 Rel: 11 Jun 19
 
Bass line generator with a rhythmic chord section
Notes: The Arpopone from LepLoop is a little synth-voice for generating a melody or bass line and a chord section at the same time. It is based on analog ramp dividers of which each one generates a voltage ramp starting from a master clock that can be internal or external.

Trig1 and Trig2 potentiometers set the number of clock pulses.

With the Trig Mix switch it is possible to select between a single trigger (1 or 2) or both (1+2) to advance the scales.

The Scale Step potentiometer sets the number of steps for the two scale generators.
In the mixer section, the two scales are summed together to obtain a more complex pattern. The amount of each scale can be set by two controls and can be positive (ascending scale) or negative (descending scale).

With the VCO Pitch knob, the melody can be transposed while maintaining the same interval between notes.

The note generated by the VCO is fed to a chain of dividers to obtain four sub harmonics of the original note. One of these is the bass section with its own filter and envelope, the other three form the chord section with their envelope.

The two envelope sections are identical, both have a selector for different trigger sources:

Trig1 & Trig2: the envelope starts at the flash of the green LED (bass) or yellow LED (chord)
SB1 & SB2: the envelope starts at the first step of Scale1 (bass) or Scale2 (chord)
White & Blue: the envelope follows the intensity of the white LED (bass) or the blue LED (chord). Except for this setting the envelope length is set by the two controls Bass ENV and Chord ENV. Additionally, an EXT CV input allows to provide an external envelope.
The bass channel is passed through a resonant low-pass filter with Cutoff and Resonance control.

Finally the Bass and Chord channels are mixed together. The output level is set by the Bass LEV and Chord LEV controls.
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Dreems (CD)
Cat: 776874 6. Rel: 21 Jun 19
Funky/Club House
  1. Summer
  2. Nothing About You
  3. Vedra
  4. Fame
  5. Don't Let Me Be
  6. Chuffed
  7. Rock Non Stop
  8. Because Oui!
  9. Dreams
  10. Calliope
  11. W18
  12. Walking In The Sunshine
Review: Following the recent tragic death of founder member Philippe Zdar, this could well be Cassius' final bow. "Dreems" - the long-serving Parisian duo's fifth studio album - would be a fitting swansong. Less concerned with the potential of Ed Banger style power-pop, its' various glassy synth-pop moments (see the Owlie voiced "Don't Let Me Be") are outnumbered by vibrant, funk-fuelled tracks that pay homage to their own "French Touch" house heritage. "Rock Non Stop", for example, is like something from debut album "1999", "Cause oui!" is an exuberant mash-up of synth-pop, hot and heavy house and hip-hop featuring Beastie Boy Mike D and "Calliope" recalls the late night hedonism of Zdar's work with Etienne de Crecy as Motorbass. Rest in peace Philippe.
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False Alarm (limited heavyweight blue vinyl LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: PROINC 002V3. Rel: 21 Jun 19
Indie
  1. Once (3:17)
  2. Talk (4:25)
  3. Satisfaction Guaranteed (feat Mokoomba) (3:50)
  4. So Many People (4:44)
  5. Think (3:51)
  6. Nice To See You (feat Open Mike Eagle) (6:08)
  7. Break (2:08)
  8. Dirty Air (4:02)
  9. Satellite (4:21)
  10. Already Gone (3:45)
Review: From humble beginnings for Parisian label Kitsune back in 2010, the sub-pop of Two Door Cinema Club has reached great heights thanks to their albums Beacon, Gameshow and most of all, their debut, Tourist History. Now with False Alarm, Alex Trimble's vocals continue to collide in sweet harmony with the band's contemporary arrangement of synths, acoustic drums and undertones of tropical instrumentation - bear in mind that TDCC never stray too far from the poppy realms of disco either. Highlights include the radical '80s charm of "Satisfaction Guaranteed" (think Sting or Hall & Oates) to "Satellite" and the oddly, stylisticly French ballad that is "Break". Good times roll!
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Cat: 732828 Rel: 07 Jun 19
 
Trigger expander for the Nerdseq sequencer - silver
Notes: The More Triggers 16 is a trigger expander for the Nerdseq sequencer. Adds 16 more Trigger/Gate outputs to the NerdSEQ.
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Cat: 732829 Rel: 07 Jun 19
 
Trigger expander for the Nerdseq sequencer - black
Notes: The More Triggers 16 is a trigger expander for the Nerdseq sequencer. Adds 16 more Trigger/Gate outputs to the NerdSEQ.
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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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Os To EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AXS 1. Rel: 17 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. Os To (Johnny DJ Allstar Bubble Gum mix) (7:47)
  2. Fest Pa Taget (Tandooris partii mix) (5:39)
Review: From Copenhagen with love. After two years of planning, tweaking and fine-tuning, Danish groove monkeys Kasper Marott and Alfredo92 are proud to present their new label Axces. Repping their local crew, the label represents a community of artists including this single's co-producers Carl Emil and Lauge. "Os To" (which translates to 'the two of us') is as cute as it sounds. Dreamy, cosy, unhurried. "Fest Pa Taget" (party on the roof) raises the psychedelic factor a little as unearthly bubbles and chimes spin 360 around a jaunty rolling percussive beat. The start of something exciting and fresh; everyone has access to Axces.
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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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HYCHAC (12")
Cat: HY CHAC. Rel: 29 May 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Jugdance (5:39)
  2. Slugs Penetrate (5:19)
  3. Get In The Flow (5:04)
  4. Track 4 (feat Necrotype) (6:08)
Review: Very few producers could make giddy dancefloor gold out of rip-snorting jungle breakbeats, rushing rave stabs and Homer Simpson samples, but that's exactly what prolific producer Tim Reaper has done on "Jugdance", the delightfully over the top opening cut from his last collection of nostalgic workouts. It's silly, but in truth few producers are quite as good as Reaper when it comes to crafting carefree, hardcore-era jungle workouts. That much is proven by the EP's other killer cuts, including the bleep heavy bass-weight of "Get In The Flow" and Necrotype collaboration "Track 4", a powerful roller heavy on bombastic bass, hip-hop vocal samples and loved-up synth stabs.
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Cat: MP 01. Rel: 12 Jun 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Still About You (7:05)
  2. Rokit (6:54)
  3. Moving Spaces (7:34)
  4. Miurshinis (6:25)
Review: After brief dalliances with Metereze, Meander and Serialism, Stefan Nicu aka Sublee brings his idiosyncratic, sublime and ethereal tones to inaugurate new Sao Paulo / Berlin / London-based imprint Moving People with the Moving Spaces EP. Quite possibly the most in-demand producer to have emerged from Bucharest's blossoming but elusive music scene recently, Nicu delivers the four-tracker in confident fashion beginning with the sublime yet tough rolling tech-funk of "Still About You", "Rokit" and the title track before going in deep with the hypnotic and evocative breakbeat action of "Miurshinis".
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Collaborations: Volume One (gatefold heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: HCB 004. Rel: 05 Jun 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  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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CCMYK (LP + insert in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: BB 003. Rel: 19 Jun 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. CCMYK4 (4:54)
  2. CCMYK10 (5:44)
  3. CCMYK9 (7:00)
  4. CCMYK1 (5:55)
  5. CCMYK8 (4:05)
  6. CCMYK3 (7:27)
  7. Happy Hipster (6:05)
  8. CCMYK18 (5:12)
Review: Henrik Schwarz may have once produced some the deepest and most atmospheric house records around, but in recent years his dancefloor output has been minimal. Instead, he's re-cast himself as composer and producer working at the cutting edge of neo-classical/electronic music fusion. He's at it again here in cahoots with Dutch string section Alma Quartet. Their inventive and otherworldly arrangements are brilliantly blended with Schwarz's subtle electronics and experimental production techniques to create evocative and imaginative pieces that are often hard to pin down. Sometimes, they're cyclical and heady, as if all involved are channeling Philip Glass or Steve Reich; at other points, they sound like classical versions of unheard minimal techno tracks. Throughout, you'll be surprised, inspired and entertained in equal measure.
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Cat: REDUCTIVE 01. Rel: 30 May 19
Minimal/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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Default: Various Artists (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DFLT 001. Rel: 28 May 19
Minimal/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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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: HCB 005. Rel: 06 Jun 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  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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Kings Cross (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 29MU 023LP. Rel: 06 Jun 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Not Time Yet (4:58)
  2. Heard Somebody Whistle (3:04)
  3. Smoke (4:28)
  4. Lost Forever (4:39)
  5. Hallucination (4:31)
  6. Old Dog (4:58)
  7. Niagara Falls (4:16)
  8. Fever (5:19)
  9. Swift Kick In The Butt (5:04)
  10. We Used To Be So Close (8:12)
  11. Everything I Own (2:18)
  12. Dead End Playing (3:31)
Review: Since emerging in the late 1990s, Swedish singer/songwriter Jay-Jay Johanson has carved a niche as a purveyor of beguiling, jazzy and occasionally surprisingly dark music. "Kings Cross", his 14th studio set, is an altogether warmer and more softly spun affair. Of course, his distinctively low key but emotion-rich vocal delivery remains the same, it's just the music beneath that has been given a bit of a remix. You'll find a gaggle of lusciously orchestrated, Sebastien Tellier style cuts, a handful of dusty downtempo groovers, some gentle folk-rock songs and even a small selection of nu-jazz numbers. The result is an album whose slow motion ethos and subtle beauty is surprisingly alluring.
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Cat: 29MU 023CD. Rel: 05 Jun 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Not Time Yet
  2. Heard Somebody Whistle
  3. Smoke
  4. Lost Forever
  5. Hallucination
  6. Old Dog
  7. Niagara Falls
  8. Fever
  9. Swift Kick In The Butt
  10. We Used To Be So Close
  11. Everything I Own
  12. Dead End Playing
Review: Since emerging in the late 1990s, Swedish singer/songwriter Jay-Jay Johanson has carved a niche as a purveyor of beguiling, jazzy and occasionally surprisingly dark music. "Kings Cross", his 14th studio set, is an altogether warmer and more softly spun affair. Of course, his distinctively low key but emotion-rich vocal delivery remains the same, it's just the music beneath that has been given a bit of a remix. You'll find a gaggle of lusciously orchestrated, Sebastien Tellier style cuts, a handful of dusty downtempo groovers, some gentle folk-rock songs and even a small selection of nu-jazz numbers. The result is an album whose slow motion ethos and subtle beauty is surprisingly alluring.
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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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Vol 1 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: FEELI 003. Rel: 13 Jun 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Kyoto Masks (5:39)
  2. Sadness Is A Drug Called Love (7:59)
  3. Abadon Exit (4:47)
  4. Post Office Bay (6:26)
Review: ltd to 300 copies.
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Pale Bloom (transparent vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: W25 10X. Rel: 05 Jun 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Perfumes I (8:19)
  2. Perfumes II (6:53)
  3. Perfumes III (6:02)
  4. If It Pleased Me To Appear To You Wrapped In This Drapery (21:47)
Review: Prolific Canadian composer Sarah Davachi shows no signs of slowing down. 2019 is barely six months old and she's already offering up her second set of the year, her seventh in total since the start of 2017. This time round, the Los Angeles-based experimentalist has returned to her roots, delivering a set of two distinctive halves. The A-side "Perfumes" suite is startlingly simple in concept, with Davachi creating a dreamlike mood via sustained, slowly shifting church organ chords and gentle piano motifs. It's little short of stunning. Turn to side B and you'll be treated to an exercise in avant-garde modern classical, where slowly vibrating strings and minimalist movements slowly evolve over 21 spell binding minutes.

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Cat: W 2510CD. Rel: 07 Jun 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Perfumes I
  2. Perfumes II
  3. Perfumes III
  4. If It Pleased Me To Appear To You Wrapped In This Drapery
Review: Prolific Canadian composer Sarah Davachi shows no signs of slowing down. 2019 is barely six months old and she's already offering up her second set of the year, her seventh in total since the start of 2017. This time round, the Los Angeles-based experimentalist has returned to her roots, delivering a set of two distinctive halves. The A-side "Perfumes" suite is startlingly simple in concept, with Davachi creating a dreamlike mood via sustained, slowly shifting church organ chords and gentle piano motifs. It's little short of stunning. Turn to side B and you'll be treated to an exercise in avant-garde modern classical, where slowly vibrating strings and minimalist movements slowly evolve over 21 spell binding minutes.
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Yagoda (12")
Cat: ALBION 007. Rel: 29 May 19
Deep Dubstep
  1. Treehead (3:18)
  2. Folklore (3:16)
  3. Yagoda (2:50)
Review: Not to be confused with Young Echo associates Jabu, the unrelated Lord Jabu is a 20-something producer with one previous release to his name. According to Albion Collective, his latest EP "synthesizes solid state trap with 64-bit dream-ware". We're not quite sure what that means, but opener "Treehead" is a distorted and mind-altering blend of lo-fi chip-tune melodies, mangled ice cream van chimes, bowel-bothering bass and rumbling post-grime dubstep beats. His passion for Sinclair Spectrum synth sounds is further explored on the flip, first on the trap style shuffle of "Folklore" and then via the pleasingly tuneful - if cracked and twisted - closing cut "Yagoda".
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Contempo EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CONTEMPORAN 002. Rel: 17 Jun 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Fixfue (7:03)
  2. Sonara (7:19)
  3. Retras (7:02)
  4. S-ude CV (8:38)
Review: One of the most singular artists in the Romanian minimal scene, Chiriches Vincentiu Iulian returns with more of his idiosyncratic grooves for new imprint Contemporan following up a great inaugural release by Sublee. "Contempo EP" delivers four diverse yet functional grooves that are aimed squarely at the dance floor, both at peak time and also those creepy dark after-hours moments. Highlights are plentiful throughout; check the smooth and dubby deepness of opener "Fixfue", trippy bass-driven funk of "Sonara" and reduced alien transmissions of "S-ude CV".
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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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Opaque Couche (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code in embossed sleeve)
Cat: FLX 014LP. Rel: 05 Jun 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Untroduction (1:35)
  2. Pin Drop (6:36)
  3. [Ear-Lips] (2:46)
  4. Agelast (3:45)
  5. Hailing Frequencies Open (2:17)
  6. Bolinas (2:49)
  7. Call Sign (4:49)
  8. Moving Pulse (5:10)
  9. No Design (4:55)
  10. C/2015 V2 (2:01)
  11. CarrierFreq (2:42)
  12. Forced To Lie (4:58)
  13. Break Test (2:43)
  14. Present For Sally (5:00)
  15. Critical Soul Vibrations (4:52)
  16. Wandering Soul # 11 (2:33)
Review: It may be 30 years since the first Meat Beat Manifesto album hit record stores, but the Jack Dangers-helmed outfit is still going strong. "Opaque Couche", the first "MBM" album for two years, draws on many of Dangers' well-known influences and inspirations (think dub, breakbeat, industrial funk, early jungle, EBM, mangled electronica and '80s electro), fusing them together on heavyweight cuts that bristle with sub-heavy intensity and otherworldly charm. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the early Orb style ambient house trip of "C/2015 V2" and acid-driven techno hypnotism of "Present For Sally", to the rambunctious jungle revivalism of "Critical Soul Vibrations", wayward industrial-electro of "Moving Pulse" and the horror soundtrack creepiness of "Hailing Frequencies Open".
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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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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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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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BABY 1008 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BABY 1008. Rel: 03 Jun 19
UK Garage
  1. Closer (5:23)
  2. I Don’t Want U (5:36)
  3. Freak Me Out (5:29)
  4. Talkin’ About (5:46)
Review: The hitherto unknown BEFORETHEBEATSBREAK crew step up with a low key drop on Blah Records, a label that has previously hosted the talents of Ronaldo and Crazy Bank. The mood is resolutely fixed on pumping garage house with oodles of swing, from the deeper shuffle of "Closer" to the heavy bump of "I Don't Want U". "Freak Me Out" is a wonderfully frantic workout with all manner of samples and skittish key flex pinging around an uptempo groove, before "Talkin' About" pushes the swing even harder to conjure up a jazzy feeling smattered with sax licks and squelching synth stabs.
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Played by: Paul Starey
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Cat: 717051 Rel: 03 Jun 19
 
Versatile modulation effects pedal
Notes: The Mad Professor Double Moon is a small, easy to use and super versatile pedal for a wide variety of modulation sounds. True analogue bucket brigade signal paths with a Tone control makes the Double Moon a long-awaited modulation pedal for today's guitar player.

Double Moon pedal has 11 carefully designed modes that will let you dial in, not only all of the classic modulation effects, but far beyond that. All of the sounds are easily reached from a rotary switch: 3 chorus effects, 3 dual chorus effects, 3 flanger effects, flanger+chorus and a vibrato.

You can further on fine tune the LFO wave or Regen depending on the mode by the Control knob. The Depth knob will let you dial in the desired amount of the effect and the Speed knob will control the speed of the effect.

Modulation effects from mild to deep, motionless to faux-Leslie type, it's all there with the added Tone control!
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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: 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: PEARL 07. Rel: 11 Jun 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Drum Shanty (5:11)
  2. Blue Mountain (4:34)
Review: Dead Man's Chest on MYOR off-shoot Diamond Life... You already know what type of damage this is going to cause before you drop the needle don't you? "Drum Shanty" lives up to its name. Coming on strong like you're coming up during a Ratty or Tango set in '92, there's mentasms, classic sensual vocal samples, a whole smorgasbord of breaks and pads that can shave every hair off your body. "Blue Mountain" (quite possibly a reference to the legendary Stokes Croft venue) is a little more pranged out with its reversed elements, deep shadows between the elements and alien textures that are designed purely to dark you out. Yes you.
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Jagger The Dagger (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: WQJP 122. Rel: 17 Jun 19
Funk
  1. Jagger The Dagger (5:58)
  2. Cherrystones (3:15)
Review: Even though it appeared on his fine 1971 album "Headless Heroes Of The Apocalypse" - a suitably dystopian set in which our hero rails against the ills of godless society - "Jagger The Dagger" is not one of Eugene McDaniels better known tracks. Yet as this Japanese seven-inch reissue proves, it remains a superb chunk of bizarre-but-brilliant jazz/rock/soul fusion full of delay-laden country style guitar solos, weirdo backing vocals, sumptuously laidback grooves and vocals that take aim at Mick Jagger and his "devil's dance". Flipside "Cherrystones" is a Vietnam War-era civil rights cry built around good old-fashioned fuzz-toned grooves, Chuck Berry style rock 'n' roll guitar solos and a pretty crazy lead vocal.
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Played by: I Love 45's!
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SMKMCHN 02 (12")
Cat: SMKMCHN 02. Rel: 20 Jun 19
Techno
  1. Agonis - "Huting Drums" (7:13)
  2. Valentino Mora - "Introspection" (7:35)
  3. Valentino Mora - "Cinetica" (7:39)
  4. Agonis - "Asymptotic" (edit) (6:49)
Review: Smoke Machine returns with a new split ep featuring two artists from the Organik festival stable: Agonis and Valentino Mora. This will be Agonis' second outing on the Taiwanese based label anda first for Valentino. Now 9 years in the running with a successful podcast and parties, this will be Smoke Machine's second release on their newly established label with many more to come.
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