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Alden Tyrell

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Detente (12")
Cat: COR 12156. Rel: 29 Aug 18
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Detente (6:34)
  2. Dutchless (6:06)
  3. Wallfall (6:25)
Review: The legendary Dutch producer Martijn Hoogendijk aka Alden Tyrell (of Clone Records fame) teams up here for some main room bangers with Berlin based American Kevin McHugh aka Ambivalent: who has had a productive past decade recording for such respected imprints as m_nus, Ovum Recordings and Kompakt in addition to running his Delft and Valence imprints - where he records as acid expert LA-4A. The Detente EP brings the furious warehouse style bounce of the title track (featuring some relentless drum work!), the dusty and greyscale dub techno workout of "Dutchless" and the totally heads down and strobe-lit affair of "Wallfall" that is reminiscent of Jell Mills seminal Waveform Transmissions series.
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Played by: S-File
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Cat: CJFD 29. Rel: 01 Dec 16
  1. Arttu - "Slack" (5:44)
  2. Mr Ho - "Vintage VSTs" (5:30)
  3. Rushmore - "Soho Only" (5:11)
  4. Alden Tyrell - "Geto5" (5:50)
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  1. Electrick Dragon - "Breakaway"
  2. Lucy Montenegro - "Lucy Loves Hairy Boys"
  3. Alden Tyrell - "What Your Eyes Can Do"
  4. Elitechnique - "Minirimini"
Played by: David Vunk
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  1. Marcuss Mixx - "Shake That Thing"
  2. Salamandos - "Jack That Dick"
  3. Orgue Electronique - "Here I Come"
  4. Pauli vs Tyrell - "Little"
  5. Alden Tyrell - "There May Be Dark Day Ahead"
  6. Putsch 79 - "Doin It"
  7. Ardath Bey - "Level 8"
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Cat: CLONE# 45.2. Rel: 27 Feb 07
Electro House
  1. Pauli vs Alden Tyrell - "Little" (SYD remix)
  2. Mr Pauli - "Weird"
  3. Mr Pauli - "Hydra"
Review: We finally have the 3rd and last part of the "Box Jams" remix series! Alden Tyrell's and Mr Pauli's "Little" track get the remix treatment from SYD. Deep driving disco with a massive bassline mixed with some house flavours. Very nice. On the flip side, two new tracks by Mr Pauli!
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  1. Just Pressure
  2. Aiwas
  3. First To Leave
  4. Sturm Bricht Los
Review: Yes! Dutch royalty Alden Tyrell and Ingmar Pauli re-engage their rarely seen Sumerian Fleet alliance after some two years of dormancy, gracing the equally release-shy Creme Eclipse branch of Creme Organization with the excellent Sturm Bricht Los EP. Arriving just in time for your Halloween discotheque needs, this four track release sticks to the creepy formula struck upon with their debut eponymous Clone West Coast emission, touching on everything from Adult to Fad Gadget to Minimal Wave ish and yet blessed with their own downtrodden touch. We can't top this description from the label themselves: "like someone finally removed those damn sunglasses from the Sisters of Mercy dude and showed him the world was an even sadder place than he imagined."
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  1. Jenseitsflugmaschine
  2. Smack Is Back
  3. Neumann
  4. Dark Matter
  5. Blech Erkrankung
Review: Clone revisits their West Coast series with some vintage dark electro from Sumerian Fleet, a new project from Clone stalwarts Alden Tyrell and Mr Pauli. From the fuzzy haunting no wave stomp of "Jenseitsflugmaschine" to the sci fi synth bounce of "Dark Matter", Sumerian Fleet deliver some of the crispest sounding raw analogue electro we've had at Juno for some time.

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Played by: Radioactive Man
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Some House (red vinyl 12")
Cat: CJFD 19. Rel: 07 Nov 13
Deep House
  1. Some House (original mix)
  2. Some House (dub mix)
  3. Wurk It
Review: Dutch mainstay Alden Tyrell has turned his hand to many a different form of vintage house, techno and electro in his time, and on this occasion he's up on regular haunt Clone with some Dance Mania-inspired riot-baiting material. "Wurk It" makes a convincing case for the revival of ghetto house in the wake of the footwork explosion, going for maddening insistence in his vocal hook to get all asses wiggling, while the 303 is taking no prisoners either. "Some House" is excitable in its own way, matching any sample bashing with an equally catchy organ line that makes for an addictive and wonderfully simple house dish. The "Dub Mix" of "Some House" is no softer, instead choosing to lay off the wild splatter of speech and let the musical elements do the talking.
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Rush (coloured marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: CBS 007. Rel: 16 May 12
  1. Rush
  2. Tntus
Review: The name Alden Tyrell will be more familiar to long term advocates of the Clone Empire rather than those who might have been introduced to the myriad of Dutch labels in recent times by EPs from Untold and Blawan. That's mostly because the Dutch legend hasn't exactly been active of late in the old releasing records game, preferring to slip out the odd remix or concentrate on mammoth tasks like remastering the back catalogue of Drexciya for Clone. Those not so familiar with Tyrell could do worse than change that by starting with the two heaving slabs of monolithic techno that make up this mammoth contribution to the Clone Basement Series! There's a touch of Fachwerk to the growling tunnel-like groove of "Rush" which is offset by the rising key stabs which no doubt helped influence the title, while the excellently named "Tntus" sounds like it would consume your every last sense in the perfect environment - a dark, cramped basement with little light and plenty of speaker racks.
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Cat: C# 37. Rel: 02 Oct 04
Electro House
  1. Disco Lunar Module
  2. Knockers
  3. Rendezvous At Rimini
Review: This one will stick in your recordbag.
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Cat: MOGS 02. Rel: 17 Mar 05
Electro House
  1. Disco Lunar Module (U4ria's Superdunkel remix 1.0)
  2. Disco Lunar Module (U4ria's Superdunkel remix 1.25)
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Cat: V 12/6. Rel: 07 Dec 99
  1. Love Explosion (vocal)
  2. Love Explosion (instrumental)
Review: Viewlexx brings you a repress of one of the biggest & most obscure electro/disco hits of the last decade, 'Love Explosion' from Alden Tyrell. Vintage '80s sound by the master.
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Phaze Me (12")
Cat: CX 6. Rel: 18 Oct 01
  1. Track 1
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T Trax (12" + free MP3 download code)
Cat: CJFD 08. Rel: 15 Jun 11
Deep House
  1. Splice
  2. Project Piano
Review: The combination of Alden Tyrell and Clone pretty much sells itself, but regardless this two track 12" for the Jack For Daze offshoot is quite the treat. Both the T Project tracks here have been heavyweight secret weapons of the Dutch producer's live set for a while so kudos to the Clone decision makers for sweet talking Tyrell into letting the vinyl buying public enjoy the magic. Mood-wise, the dark industrial raw pump of A Side track "Splice" is offset by the glorious key flourishes that characterise B Side delight "Project Piano". As with the majority of Clone output, this is raw, simple, unadulterated body music to be enjoyed fully in the company of a very large soundsystem.
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Cat: CLONE# 46. Rel: 11 May 06
  1. La Voix (feat Nancy Fortune)
  2. Odessa Theme
  3. Love Explosion '05 (feat Fred Ventura)
  4. Knockers
  5. Mindless
  6. Voyagers End
  7. Rendez Vous At Rimini
  8. Disco Lunar Module
  9. Hills Of Honolulu
Review: Finest Detroitish techno/house and some electro traxx! Great LP!
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Cat: CLONE 37.1. Rel: 17 Feb 05
Electro House
  1. Disco Lunar Module (Lindstrom & Prins Thomas remix)
  2. Other World Robots
Review: The amazing "Disco Lunar Module" gets the remix treatment by two of the biggest talents on the Swedish ice fields: Lindström & Prins Thomas. Lindström and his production mate produced an amazing uptempo rocking disco/funk remix with raw guitar lines which makes it a little more rocking then their usual releases. Alden Tyrell drops a cover version of his own favourite disco track from the 80s "Other Worlds Robots" originally produced by The Creature (aka Mario Flores from Italy).
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Acid 3 & 7 (12")
Cat: DELFT 006. Rel: 04 Dec 14
  1. Acid 7
  2. Acid 7 (LA-4A remix)
  3. Acid 3
  4. Acid 3 (Vin Sol remix)
Review: Clone veteran Alden Tyrell - arguably one of the longest-serving analogue obsessives on the Dutch house/techno scene - has long been a reliable source of robust, stripped-back acid house. Here, he pops up on La-4a's Delft imprint with another serving of 303-heavy madness. "Acid 7" sounds like a long lost Phuture record, with drum machine handclaps injecting even more energy to Tyrell's 303-heavy groove. LA-4A utilizes 808 cowbells and sci-fi electronics on his similarly energetic and floor-friendly remix. Flip for "Acid 3", a Hieroglyphic Being style chunk of twisted acid madness - arguably the aural equivalent of being repeatedly punched in the guts by an armour-plated fist. Vin Sol takes a different approach on his remix, abandoning the 303 love in favour of DJ Rush style ghetto-house thrills.
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Vorm Variaties 3 (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: CBS 0263. Rel: 26 Oct 17
  1. Payload (5:31)
  2. Take It Slow (5:52)
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Digger (12")
Cat: CLONE 017. Rel: 26 Nov 02
  1. Digger MX
  2. Digger BTZ
  3. Obsession SCRTCH
  4. Obsession BTZ
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Phaze Me (12")
Cat: V 12/17. Rel: 23 Apr 03
Electro House
  1. Phaze Me
  2. Phaze Me Not
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Cat: CBS 0264. Rel: 25 Jan 18
  1. Interceptor (5:25)
  2. Covert (5:12)
  3. Poly Zes (5:18)
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Vorm Variaties 1 (green marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: CBS 0261. Rel: 14 Jul 17
  1. Lash Out (5:46)
  2. Game Theory (5:06)
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Vorm Variaties 2 (red marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: CBS 0262. Rel: 24 Aug 17
  1. Sherman Paradox (7:07)
  2. Angular (5:07)
Review: Boom... We haven't even caught our breath from the last "Vorm Variaties" and along comes the second of what will be five 12"s. A project written over two years while Alden was off the road, these experiments take us right back to his early Clone jams; heavy, direct and no-nonsense techno funk. With its strong reverbed-rippled groove, "Sherman Paradox" it doffs its cap to Detroit so hard the hat implodes then rebuilds itself. "Angular" lives up to its name with a much rougher finish. Distorted, gritty and heading to a warehouse near you very soon...
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Memories (12")
Cat: MST 007. Rel: 04 Jun 08
  1. Memories
  2. Memories (instrumental)
  3. Memories (Stefano Tirone & Fred Ventura State Of Art remix)
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All We Need (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: X 1502. Rel: 16 Sep 15
Deep House
  1. All We Need (87 fix) (6:36)
  2. All We Need (That Bass dub) (5:34)
  3. All We Need (DPX remix) (5:24)
  4. All We Need (Someone mix) (6:32)
Played by: Sean Dixon, Sam Don
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Cat: CJFD 011. Rel: 06 Jun 12
Deep House
  1. Touch The Sky (original vox)
  2. Touch The Sky (Gerd Double G mix)
  3. Touch The Sky (International house mix)
Review: A lesson in simple mathematics: Alden Tyrell + Mike Dunn x Clone Jack For Dazed = you need to check this! Tyrell has been busy of late remastering the back catalogue of Drexciya for Clone, yet still finds time to come up with the excellent "Touch The Sky" for the Rotterdam empire's crucial sub label. Little more than the distinctive tones of Dunn freestyling over a f******* huge acid riff and thumping kicks, the track's simplistic composition is outweighed heavily by just how devastatingly effective it is. 4Lux boss Gerd steps out of his Geeeman costume for a remix that evens out the kinks of the original while Tyrell and Clone boss Serge go in the opposite direction on the International House mix which lays down some classic piano lines where the acid was and severely fucks with the vocal programme. Such a good record.
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Cat: CLONE #46.1. Rel: 08 Sep 06
  1. La Voix (Isolators remix)
  2. La Voix (Isolators instrumental)
  3. La Voix (Elitechnique remix)
  4. La Voix (Elitechnique instrumental)
Review: One of the hottest tracks from the Alden Tyrell album "Times Like These" is probably "La Voix" with the vocals of the sweet Nancy Fortune. A massive, almost bombastic track with intense vocals of Nancy singing about this holographic voice. "La Voix" comes in two remixes. One by The Isolators (a new project by one of the Unit 4 guys for his more disco oriented tracks) and by the unknown Elitechnique. Two new project names doing some of the best possible remix jobs (you'll be surprised!!). The Isolators come with a pounding clean Moroder kind of track which goes on and on in thru disco style! Elitechnique delivers a smooth more effective club version (both as instrumental and vocal version). Massive record for everyone into Lindstrom, Giorgio Moroder, Bangkok Impact and maybe even Daftpunk, Madonna, Felix Da Housecut or the Rolling Stones (just doing some name dropping here.) But really... very very nice.
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Cat: CL 05. Rel: 05 Jul 17
  1. Alden Tyrell - "Foot Control" (5:04)
  2. Alden Tyrell - "Make It Clap" (4:03)
  3. Ben Sims - "Jack Trax 1" (5:07)
  4. Ben Sims - "Jack Trax 2" (4:50)
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Cat: MST 008. Rel: 21 May 08
  1. Lord Of The Cockrings
  2. Eagles End
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Don't Stop (12")
Cat: DM 001. Rel: 14 Feb 14
  1. Don't Stop (original mix)
  2. Don't Stop (Italoconnection remix)
Review: A welcome reissue from Disco Modernism, this was originally released in 2012... But with the legendary Fred Ventura on vocals it really does sound like it could've been released in the mid 80s right at the peak of the hugely influential Italo disco period. Veteran Tyrell has nailed the perfect synth groove which pumps the perfect balance; enough electronic dancefloor weight and plenty of pop charm. With bold synth drums, arpeggiated bass and big reverb on Ventura's vocals this is authentic to the very core. For added New Order feel flip for Italoconnection's equally spotless remix. Retrospective perfection; if you didn't catch this the first time round, now is most certainly the time!
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Luv Thang (12")
Cat: 4LUX 1303. Rel: 02 May 13
Deep House
  1. Luv Thang (feat Jessy Allen)
  2. Girls Can't Swim
  3. Luv Thang (instrumental)
Review: Two mainstays of the Dutch electro-techno scene join forces here and somewhat predictably the results are chunky. The title track is a no-holds-barred beast, riding on a rollicking rhythm of swung drums while being anchored by a monstrous bassline that makes for a neat juncture between vintage electro and Chicago house, with some hooky vocals from Jessy Allen thrown in for good measure. "Girls Can't Swim" is a trackier affair, working a similar jerking groove with slithers of synthesised interference flitting around the rock solid drums. With an instrumental cut of "Luv Thang" chucked in for good measure, it's hard to find fault with this latest emission from Gerd's 4 Lux imprint.
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Split EP (12")
Cat: DELFT 017. Rel: 19 Oct 18
  1. Alden Tyrell - "Say Wut (808)" (4:18)
  2. Alden Tyrell - "Say Wut (909)" (4:40)
  3. LA-4A - "Unfaced" (6:08)
  4. LA-4A - "Prollum" (5:25)
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Cat: VIEWLEXX 017. Rel: 25 Aug 06
  1. Bodyheat
  2. Wind Of Change
  3. You'll Never Change No More
  4. Streets Allright
Review: An unexpected limited Viewlexx. Only 300 copies for all the Italo lovers. Viewlexx delivers some raw and unique recordings from the live performance of Fred Ventura with Alden Tyrell & I-F. They reworked some old Fred Ventura tracks and played it on a CBS party in Rotterdam and on the Lowlands festival in 2005. This is a recording of that hot steamy night in Rotterdam with great Italo disco classics such as "Body Heat", "Streets All right", "You'll Never Change No More" and "Wind Of Change". Another cool release from Viewlexx.
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