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Items 1 to 33 of 33 on page 1 of 1
Cat: REPITCH 003. Rel: 06 Dec 12
  1. Making Circles
  2. Making Circles (Svreca remix)
  3. Deep Consciousness
out of stock $8.09
Cat: INNER 002. Rel: 06 Oct 11
  1. Non Compliant
  2. Reverberate
  3. Molecular Deconstruction
out of stock $6.58
Cat: IDLE 008. Rel: 11 Oct 11
  1. Hydrothermal
  2. Lights Down
Review: The shady Manchester duo AnD make the jump to Bristol's Idle Hands label for this release, two sides of dark techno at its finest. "Hydrothermal" initially wrong foots you with its syncopated toms but soon eases its way in to four to floor techno. It's a track that concerns itself primarily with atmosphere, as metallic synth tones provide the most sparing of melody. "Lights Down" meanwhile takes their material in a more unexpected direction, jettisoning any regular rhythmic pulse for a more bass inspired drum pattern, which combined with the furiously pulsating bassline which ripples underneath and creates a track that nicely highlights the common DNA between Bristol's fervent bass scene and the sort of tightly woven Berlin inspired techno that AnD excel in.
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Played by: Zenner, AnD, Steevio
out of stock $6.07
out of stock $8.09
Cat: 65299. Rel: 09 Mar 12
Drum And Bass
  1. Abstrt
  2. Tension
  3. Sunday 85
Played by: Zenner
out of stock $10.12
Ard Core Krew (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ANN AND. Rel: 31 Oct 13
  1. Ard Core Krew
  2. Changed My Views
  3. Free At Last
Review: Mancunian pair AnD add Delsin sub-label Ann Aimee to their increasingly impressive profile with the suitably named Ard Core Krew 12". If you've been tracing Andrew Bowen and Dimitri Poumplidis' sonic trajectory as AnD for the past 12 months you'll know the pair have come to champion a sense of dynamic tension that's been unmatched by anyone else currently operating in UK techno circles. The Ard Core Krew 12" demonstrates there is plenty of fire left in their cannon yet with all three productions matching the ferocious nature of their recent binary encoded release 002/0202/0222, while purposely refraining from the hardstyle beats heard on their second Black Sun Records 12? ADBF BNGD DST.
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Cat: RPITCH 03. Rel: 14 Jul 14
  1. Dusty Artefacts
  2. New World Order
  3. All Seeing Eye
  4. Embryonic
Review: Over the years AnD have forged a close relationship with Repitch Recordings and together both crews have created a home for '90s inspired hard techno only the bravest DJs take on. Take "Dusty Artefacts", a warehouse-large construction of slamming drums and strangled synths, while "New World Order" squirms like a robotic slug trying to escape the metal crusher out to destroy it. If there was a form of respite on this EP in comes via "All Seeing Eye", that's until the distorted hats begin rattling like a Gatling gun, while "Embryonic" is an ambient, but not quite beatless, mangled transmission of sonic force.
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Played by: Simon Heartfield
out of stock $8.36
Cat: EDLX 038LP. Rel: 17 Oct 14
  1. Power Spectrum
  2. Gravitational Waves
  3. Acoustic Oscillations
  4. Diffusion Damping
  5. Particle
  6. The Epoch Of Recombination
  7. Relic Radiation
  8. Non-Sky Signal Noise
Played by: 3.14, Stranger, SNTS
out of stock $18.22
Cat: EDLX 038CD. Rel: 17 Oct 14
  1. Particle
  2. The Epoch Of Recombination
  3. Power Spectrum
  4. Cosmic Strings
  5. Relic Radiation
  6. Gravitational Waves
  7. Photon Visibility Function
  8. Non-Sky Signal Noise
  9. Acoustic Oscillations
  10. Galactic Motion
  11. Diffusion Damping
  12. The Surface Of Last Scattering
out of stock $12.14
001 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: AND 001. Rel: 28 Nov 12
  1. 001
  2. 0101
Review: Mancunian duo AnD add to their arsenal of unyielding a homespun British technowith two tracks of distortion heavy techno on their own white label. "001" is AnD at their uncompromising best, as rocksteady beats brutality morph into a cyclic vamp of synthetic squiggles and punishing overdrive. "0101" follows a similar formula as thunder crackles slowly transmute into a pounding kick drum. Once the high pass filter is released, a wash of frenetic synths and rhythmic pressures bear down on seven minutes of hulking industrialism. To quote Dimitri (the D of AnD): "it's all about getting hard, man, harder and harder and harder".
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002 (hand-stamped limited 12")
Cat: AND 002. Rel: 05 Jul 13
  1. 002
  2. 0202
  3. 0222
Review: As anyone who has seen them DJ recently can attest, there are few doing techno harder than AnD right now, and this second instalment of their ongoing white label series continues their journey into ever more nightmarish territory. "002" is the hardest cut of the lot, offering a relentless assault of broken beats and not much else; on the flip, "0202" delivers a rolling flurry of hollow kicks and scratchy metallic textures that sound like Blawan at his most tetchy, while "0222" changes the script entirely with its stuttering, swaying beat pattern, grizzled dub floor and queasy textures. Big tip on this one....
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FVS EP (purple vinyl 12")
Cat: HORO 011. Rel: 11 Mar 14
Drum And Bass
  1. FVS
  2. GVA
  3. 1AC
Review: Manchester music makers AnD let rip with three absolute gems on Samurai's Horo sub-label. "FVS" is unruly D&B with all the bump and grit of a Doc Scott production. There's no escaping the bass and kick drum dominance on this precision groove! "GVA" flips for a slower tech groove as a lolloping distorted bassline shudders across a slow and steady 4/4. "1AC" closes with show with a sound design showcase; all weeping textures and alien wails, it's the soundtrack to that really bad dream you had last month. Surging to the very forefront of techno's outskirts, AnD's unique sound continues to develop with commendable gusto.
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Bow EP (12")
Cat: MA 05. Rel: 26 Nov 13
  1. Bow #1
  2. Bow #2
  3. Bow #1 (Russell Haswell decomposition)
Review: The proliferation of AnD's productions in 2011 and 2012 saw the dynamic duo release a flux of EPs for a varied group of discerning labels including Horizontal Ground, Felix K's Hidden Hawaii and Black Sun Records. So far this year, AnD have been in much less prolific form, with the Mancunian pair's two credited releases the one binary encoded 002/0202/0222 12? from their own eponymous label and a suitably titled debut for Delsin offshoot Ann Aimee. Their year of label debuts continues here as they align with the Greek label Modal Analysis for the curiously titled Bow EP. Is this release named in honour of the London borough? If so, any apparent grime influence is buried deep into the screeching distortions of "Bow #1? and "Bow #2? to the point that it's undecipherable. Bow also brings with it a beatless, but snare/white-noise fuelled Decomposition by Warp, Downwards and Editions Mego noise doyen Russell Haswell, whose remix presents Modal Analysis with one of its most distinctive productions yet.
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Kundalini (12")
Cat: EDLX 034. Rel: 15 Jan 14
  1. The Jellyfish
  2. Dtadmat
  3. Icdbyc
Review: There are a few defining elements to Andrew Bowen and Dimitrios Poumplidis, the Manchester based pair known as AnD. Firstly, they clearly enjoy operating under a guise that flummoxes most internet search engines as much as they like swapping record labels, with output on Ann Aimee, Modal Analysis, Hidden Hawaii and their own label in the past 12 months. Equal to their migratory tactics is the sheer intensity of the AnD sound, with this debut for Speedy J's reliably on-point Electric Deluxe label the latest example. Hogging the A Side, "The Jellyfish" sets the tone, with pummelling kicks and overwhelming sound design that seem destined to destroy unprepared sound systems. It's matched in the uncompromising stakes by "Dtadmat" which means the calmer sounding but nonetheless quite haywire "ICDBYC" offers some welcome respite.
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Cat: EDLX 044. Rel: 24 Jun 15
  1. Non Sky Signal Noise (Justin K Broadrick as JK Flesh reshape) (7:12)
  2. The Surface Of Last Scattering (Black Rain remix) (5:33)
  3. Galactic Motion (Black Rain remix) (5:36)
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Cat: EDLX 043. Rel: 10 Jun 15
  1. The Surface Of Last Scattering (Zeitgeber remix) (13:09)
  2. Power Spectrum (Sleeparchive remix) (4:36)
  3. Power Spectrum (O/H remix) (6:49)
Review: Electric Deluxe return to AnD's razor sharp debut album Cosmic Microwave Background for the first of two remix 12" releases. Given Speedy J's stature within the techno community, you'd expect a high profile cast of contributors for such an endeavour and Electric Deluxe do not disappoint. First up is Speedy J himself, teaming up with Strobo boss Lucy as Zeitgeber to rework ambient album closer "The Surface Of Last Scattering" into something a lot more bracing and intense. Still this pales in comparison to Sleeparchive's scorched earth rendition of "Power Spectrum" which will sate those in need of some hellish techno. The accompanying remix of the same track from Ontario Hospital is just as good but opts for a more broken feel.
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Played by: Lee Holman, Kondaktor
out of stock $9.37
Cat: BSR 02. Rel: 30 Mar 11
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
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Cat: HG 09. Rel: 18 May 11
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
Review: AnD first came onto the Juno radar with a release on the fledgling Black Sun imprint; it was stark, eerie techno at its finest. Here, he/she/they makes the step up to the Horizontal Ground canon, with a three track EP marking the label's ninth release. "Track 1" sees a beefy, cushioned bass drum provide the dark rhythmic backbone to echoing metallic chimes and synth gurgles that rise from cavernous depths. The two tracks on the flip take you in the direction that any good techno B-Side should: disturbing mindf*ck weirdness. "Track 2" is our favourite, as moody textures and alien melodies combine to hypnotic effect, while "Track 3" rounds off the release with crackly ambient textures.
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Social Decay (3xLP)
Cat: EDLX 055LP. Rel: 21 Sep 17
  1. First Element (3:09)
  2. Corrupted Structures (6:06)
  3. Anarchic Rhapsody (4:53)
  4. Corrugated Windows (6:12)
  5. UFO (6:18)
  6. Narcissism (4:53)
  7. Pandemonium (6:42)
  8. Screaming Voices (7:43)
  9. Artificial Intelligence (4:17)
  10. Resisting Authority (6:42)
  11. Taking Control (6:50)
  12. Kepler (5:20)
  13. Disturbed Reality (6:32)
out of stock $28.86
AND 003 (red vinyl 12")
Cat: AND 003. Rel: 01 May 18
  1. Manchester (7:17)
  2. Analogical (7:01)
  3. Prophecy (7:00)
  4. Transit (6:14)
out of stock $9.62
Cat: PSQ 006. Rel: 13 Jul 11
Deep Dubstep
  1. Algorythmic Love
  2. Brother From Another Mother
  3. Swing Me
  4. Brother From Another Mother (Tom Dicicco Late Night dub)
out of stock $6.84
We Don't Belong Here EP (purple vinyl 12")
Cat: AND 004. Rel: 27 Mar 19
  1. We (6:31)
  2. Don't (6:05)
  3. Belong (6:10)
  4. Here (6:30)
out of stock $10.63
Cat: TPT 070. Rel: 16 Jun 16
  1. Fierce (6:21)
  2. Detonate (6:02)
  3. Illusions (6:48)
  4. Where Are You Going To Take Me? (6:13)
Played by: Jamie Behan, 3.14
out of stock $7.85
Cat: EDLX 038. Rel: 01 Oct 14
  1. Cosmic Strings (7:06)
  2. Photon Visibility Function (7:14)
Review: Over the past few years, Mancunian production unit AnD have become some of the go-to producers for hard as nails techno, with searing releases on Repitch Recordings, Delsin offshoot Ann Aimee and Modal Analysis. Dark Matters represents a second 12" for Electric Deluxe, and is also effectively a marker for the duo's upcoming debut album on Speedy J's behemoth operation due later this month. Whilst it's impossible to foresee how Cosmic Microwave Background will sound as a whole, both "Cosmic Strings" and "Photon Visibility Function" suggests there will be some stylistic consistency with the bracing techno we have come to expect from AnD, with the former track a particularly brutal take no prisoners affair.
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out of stock $8.36
Cat: MTR 45005-1. Rel: 15 Jan 03
Funky/Club House
  1. I Need Music (Patrice Strike dark dub)
  2. I Need Music ('Rock Da House' dub)
  3. I Need Music (original mix)
out of stock $8.09
Nebulos (12")
Cat: MINDSET 007. Rel: 19 Nov 09
Deep Dubstep
  1. And - "Nebulos"
  2. 16Bit - "Serum"
Played by: 16Bit
out of stock $6.07
  1. And - "Alien Intervention" (5:49)
  2. Daniel Kane - "Inevitable" (7:06)
  3. Micol Danieli - "Averted Vision" (5:13)
  4. D-Leria - "In Late" (5:46)
  5. Daniel Kane & Anouk De Vos - "A Body Of Guards" (6:55)
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Cat: KRL 001. Rel: 05 Dec 11
  1. AnD - "Transparent"
  2. Jonas Kopp - "Anklad"
out of stock $8.36
DSNT 005 (limited numbered hand-stamped vinyl 12")
Cat: DSNT 005. Rel: 21 Jun 17
  1. And - "Interferometer" (7:20)
  2. Sunil Sharpe - "Jamm4" (4:45)
  3. Eomac - "Lair Of The Lich King" (6:33)
  4. Fran Hartnett - "Purple Slab" (5:44)
 in stock $10.89
Samurai Music Decade: Part 1 (splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: SM 1001. Rel: 12 Dec 17
Drum And Bass
  1. ASC - "Source Code" (6:08)
  2. Ancestral Voices - "Izula" (8:06)
  3. Sam KDC - "Canon Law" (6:14)
  4. And - "Flashback" (4:46)
Review: Samurai celebrate 10 years of bass progression with an almighty collection of originals from its nearest and dearest: ASC takes the lead with an acid stroll into a dense foggy wood on "Source Code" before Ancestral Voices take over with a rich weave of atmospheres soaring and swooping over a palpitating hang drum and stately halftime beats on "Izula" and Sam KDC follows with a mightily reverbed slice of tribal technoid hypnosis. And blows the final whistle with the ricochet rave that is "Flashback". A 23rd century jungle frenzy, it's more like a flash forward. Here's to the next decade...
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  1. Shapednoise - "0.1dbhisdoi'fioa" (2:24)
  2. Chris Moss Acid - "Catacid" (4:15)
  3. AnD - "TT2" (6:17)
  4. Gaja - "Any Expectations" (4:31)
  5. The Exaltics - "Vierundvierzig" (5:24)
  6. Sote - "Operor" (4:25)
out of stock $8.09
47002 (12")
Cat: 47 002. Rel: 29 Sep 15
  1. Tommy Four Seven - "X9" (6:08)
  2. PEARL - "Vortex" (6:03)
  3. AnD - "Valid Point" (6:48)
  4. J Tijn - "Mr Mime" (6:19)
out of stock $9.62
EP 1 (clear yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: INNER 005. Rel: 24 May 13
  1. Truss - "Buckholt"
  2. AnD - "Not Sheep"
  3. Ascion - "Narrow Alley"
  4. Sunil Sharpe - "Sacred Granid"
Review: Run by Tom Dicicco and Mancunian pair AnD, Inner Surface Music has maintained a steady rate of output since it was established in 2011. It's the first release (and first ever various artist EP) for the label this year and unsurprisingly raw and punishing techno is the order of the day. AnD line up alongside Truss, Sunil Sharpe and Italian producer Ascion, with the latter's "Narrow Alley" a tubular, twisted and repitched industrial version of Jeff Mills' "The Bells". "Buck Holt" is the first showing from Truss in 2013 after recently bringing an end to his MPIA3 alias, while the inclusion of Earwiggle Records boss Sunil Sharpe sees the Dublin-based techno veteran step further into the limelight with his Blawan-Karenn sounding "Sacred Granite". Tough British techno.
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out of stock $7.60
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