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Barn 003 (yellow vinyl 10")
Cat: BARN 003. Rel: 13 Apr 11
Techno
  1. Acid Andy - "Jack Dawson Polka"
  2. Axel Boman - "My Dirty Laundry"
Review: The Studio Barnhus imprint run by Axel Boman, Petter Nordkvist and Kornel Kovacs reaches release number three with a cheeky yellow 10". Up first is label boss Boman, whose "Dirty Laundry" offers another glimpse into what is developing into his signature style - classic deep house atmospherics imbued with a carefree sense of fun. The young Swedish producer has already been taken under the wing of DJ Koze, who welcomed him to the Pampa family with open arms; expect big things from Axel in the coming months. Proceedings on the flipside are chaired by fellow Swede Acid Andy (aka Andreas Jonsson), who offers up "Jack Dawson Polka" - a driving acid disco workout dripping with sweat that reminds us of In Flagranti in their pomp. Check it!
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out of stock $11.50
  1. Art Alfie & Axel Boman - "Ratt Sida Om Cirkus" (7:02)
  2. Lawrence - "Cany" (6:48)
  3. Perm - "HEGDL" (7:03)
  4. Philipp Matalla - "Island Jam" (edit) (6:55)
out of stock $10.21
Cat: DAME 014. Rel: 23 May 12
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Bloody Mary - "The Old New" (feat Bandele)
  2. Jozif - "Stcoke"
  3. Attan - "What's My Name Again" (feat Jonny Cruz)
  4. Axel Boman - "Amazon Love"
out of stock $8.36
Cat: BARN 018X1. Rel: 06 Nov 13
Deep House
  1. Fantastic Piano (album version)
  2. Fantastic Piano (Dungeon Acid remix)
out of stock $7.32
Cat: HYPERCOLOUR 031. Rel: 21 Feb 13
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Television People
  2. Cubic Mouth
  3. Look What You've Done To Me
  4. Klinsmann
Review: Often a worthy wildcat amongst more play-it-safe deep house pigeons, Axel Boman can now be found prowling to Hypercolour with an EP brimming with originality and vitality, taking the less trodden path through house music. "Television People" heads into a nervous state of uneasy synth lines, oddball speech and gently simmering drums, while "Cubic Mouth" goes straight in the opposite direction with a light and breezy refrain revolving around carefully treated piano chords. "Look What You've Done To Me" is a more sombre affair, but still boasting some developed dynamics to move the track, and then "Klinsmann" switches up altogether with a heartfelt, epic vocal track that gradually builds into a measured acid psych-out.
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out of stock $8.36
Cat: BARN 018LP. Rel: 21 Nov 13
Deep House
  1. Can't Find It
  2. Kings & Emperors
  3. fantastic Piano
  4. Son Of A Plumber
  5. New Krau Era
  6. Hello
  7. Barcelona
  8. No Sweden
  9. Animal Lovers
  10. Dance All Night
Review: Swedish producer Axel Boman seems to have been around forever, delivering solid and occasionally sensational deep house. In fact, he first emerged in 2009, and somewhat surprisingly Family Vacation is his debut album. It's a rather impressive beast, if truth be told, offering a whirlwind trip through his inspirations, from the downtempo analogue wooziness of "Let's Get Nervous" and jaunty, jazz-wise, US-influenced deep house of "Son of a Plumber", to the dreamy electronics and off-kilter rhythms of "No! No! No! No!", and the Theo Parrish-goes-Calypso vibes of "Bottoms Up". Most impressive of all, though, is the dark, humid, tropical pagan flex of "Kings & Emperors". Its' African voodoo atmosphere offers a startling alternative to the quiet positivity found elsewhere.
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out of stock $20.14
Cat: BARN 018CD. Rel: 21 Nov 13
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Can't Find It
  2. Kings & Emperors
  3. Fantastic Piano
  4. Dance All Night
  5. No Sweden
  6. Let's Get Nervous
  7. Hello
  8. Son Of A Plumber
  9. Barcelona
  10. Animal Lovers
  11. New Krau Era
  12. No! No! No! No!
  13. Bottoms Up
Review: Swedish producer Axel Boman seems to have been around forever, delivering solid and occasionally sensational deep house. In fact, he first emerged in 2009, and somewhat surprisingly Family Vacation is his debut album. It's a rather impressive beast, if truth be told, offering a whirlwind trip through his inspirations, from the downtempo analogue wooziness of "Let's Get Nervous" and jaunty, jazz-wise, US-influenced deep house of "Son of a Plumber", to the dreamy electronics and off-kilter rhythms of "No! No! No! No!", and the Theo Parrish-goes-Calypso vibes of "Bottoms Up". Most impressive of all, though, is the dark, humid, tropical pagan flex of "Kings & Emperors". Its' African voodoo atmosphere offers a startling alternative to the quiet positivity found elsewhere.
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1979 (12")
Cat: PAMPA 025. Rel: 15 Jul 15
Deep House
  1. 1979 (10:47)
  2. Nokturn (grand finale) (9:15)
Review: Deep house prankster DJ Koze is clearly on a bit of a roll at the moment; the Pampa boss served up the best DJ Kicks in quite some time and has released one of the singles of the year in XTC. Now he's welcoming peculiar deep house auteur Axel Boman back into the Pampa fold with a fine two track 12" 1979. The title track's simple conga beat, hypnotising strings and rising pads build the suspense until that awesome bassline drops. On the flip we have "Nokturn (Grand Finale)" an epic bongo and hi-hat workout reminiscent of The Hayden Andre Brown Project's "Tribal Life" on Strobe from back in 1991. Tip!
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out of stock $9.40
Cat: PID 008. Rel: 26 Jul 11
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Nattsudd
  2. Paris 2006 (feat Kornel Kovacs)
Review: Our favourite Swede, Sir Axel Boman makes his debut on Play It Down with the Nattsudd EP. In typical Boman style, the EP's upbeat pace and deliriously deep groove sing a rather sweet song when put to work together. A-Side "Nattsudd" plays its game well with punchy vocals and a bouncing bassline that fuels the groove nicely. Couple that with light jazzy keys though and it goes from a mere foot tapper into an eyes closed, hands in the air classic. "Paris 2006" featuring Studio Barnhus buddy Kornel Kovacs steals the show though, with its whispered and choppy cut vocals, vintage orchestral moments and expert arrangement that has had us all dancing at our desks here at Juno HQ this week. Highly recommended.
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out of stock $7.32
Lucky Tiger EP (12" picture disc)
Cat: GT 03. Rel: 22 Sep 11
Deep House
  1. Esteban Peligro
  2. Naomi
  3. Esteban Peligro (Appelblim & Al Tourettes remix)
  4. Depression 01
Review: Hypercolour's Glass Table offshoot hits the spot once again, as Studio Barnhus' perma inked Axel Boman continues a fine run of production form with the Lucky Tiger EP. Anyone who's been clever enough to indulge in a recent Boman production will delight in what's on offer here, not least opening track "Esteban Peligro". There's plenty of little production nuances that shine through when checking via headphones, but the scuttling groove and gently dubby rhythms provide enough energy and pulse over a large system too! Alongside it, Boman indulges in some sweeping acid house fun on "Naomi" which has a nice undulating feel to it, never exploding into the sort of overt 303 workouts that are all too easy to succumb to. Appleblim and Al Tourettes bring some Bristol atmosphere to the release, transforming "Esteban Peligro" into a scratchy sounding mutation of techno and dubstep which aligns nicely into a gloopy flex after surfing the expansive, sonic ether of its opening minutes. Arriving with the trademark risque cover art and gaudy picture disc, this is a classy twelve alright.
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out of stock $15.68
Europa (12")
Cat: BARN 005. Rel: 24 Aug 11
Deep House
  1. Europa
  2. What Do You Need?
  3. ABBA 002
  4. The Best Ever Made Ever
Review: According to Prins Thomas, chairman of the disco board, every track on Axel Boman's new Europa EP will "make every pretty girl dance". Upon first listen it's obvious Prinny does have a salient point - all four cuts on Studio Barnhus's latest release are guaranteed to get bums wiggling and toes tapping. Kicking off with title track "Europa", dreamy modern disco and a smouldering groove set the tone for the equally bewitching "What Do You Need". On the flip, "ABBA" and "The Best Ever Made" are both warm, sultry and uplifting tunes that manage to induce a summery, eyes closed happiness. We salute you Axel!
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out of stock $9.40
Geeks (12")
Cat: BARNBARN 01. Rel: 15 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Geeks (8:38)
  2. Voodoo (7:37)
Review: Despite having a hand in the running of Studio Barnhus - and, of course, regularly releasing on the imprint - Axel Boman has decided that he needs a new sub-label on which to release his music. This first BarnBarn outing sees Boman in fine form, emphatically laying down a marker via the Steve Reich style cyclical riffs, wonky new age melodies, swooping chords, sustained horror notes and layered tribal house percussion of "Geeks". It's a fine track, though nowhere near as wild and alien as flipside cut "Voodoo". This composition, where relentless waves of electronics and bubbling lead lines crash against a crunchy rhythm track, somehow manages to be both pleasingly positive and fuzzily distorted.
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out of stock $9.94
Moon Dancer (limited hand-numbered 12")
Cat: TTR 01. Rel: 03 Jun 16
Deep House
  1. Moon Dancer (12:01)
  2. 2 Good 2 B Tru (6:20)
  3. Sunrise Over Slussen (5:07)
out of stock $9.68
Cat: BARN 070. Rel: 18 May 20
Deep House
  1. Eyes Of My Mind (9:04)
  2. Echoes Of My Mind (8:22)
Review: Somewhat surprisingly, "Eyes Of My Mind" marks Axel Boman's first solo single on Studio Barnhus, the label he co-founded, since 2013. It's also his first EP of any sort since 2017 (though 2019 did see the release of his fine "Le New Life" LP on Mule Musiq). The track is little less than a loved-up aural hug; a deliciously glassy-eyed affair in which dreamy chords, quirky vocal samples, droning bass tones and bubbly electronic motifs wrap around a bustling, loose-limbed drum track that sits somewhere between regular deep house, Max D's Dolo Percussion project and good old-fashioned breakbeat. Over on side B he calms things down dramatically via "Echoes of My Mind", a swelling, wall-of-sound ambient revision of the A-side that's as comforting and meditative as they come.
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Le New Life (2xLP)
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 244. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Chestnut Heartsprite (13:15)
  2. Slave To The Vibe (4:44)
  3. Paid By The Rhythm (7:44)
  4. Copacabana Dub (11:39)
  5. Don't Bug Me (5:14)
  6. Konoba Boba (9:03)
Review: Axel Boman's 2013 debut album "Family Vacation" was something of a triumph, so it's heartening to report that this belated sequel is every bit as inspired. He begins in fine style by delivering his most loved-up and glassy-eyed track yet - a Sister Sledge sampling chunk of rushing sunrise deep house - before flitting between booming sub-bass and more bliss-inducing musical flourishes on the down-low throb of "Slave To The Vibe". There's an intoxicating and exotic feel to the gently percussive cut that follows, killer ethno-house jam "Paid By The Rhythm", while "Copacabana Dub" is an expertly executed exercise in deep house/Latin percussion fusion. As if that lot wasn't enough to set our pulse racing, trippy slo-mo house chugger "Don't Bug Me" and opaque deep techno shuffler "Konoba Boba" are both suitably sublime.
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  1. Axel Boman - "Something Bad On My Mind"
  2. Beaner - "Zuckermann's Geburstags Feier"
  3. HAYDN - "Booty Meat"
Review: The slightly illict Backyard Impressions series from Mr Tophat's Junkyard Connection label commenced back in 2012 with a 12" featuring the man himself alongside Art Alfie and Adam Stromstedt. And then it was put to one side as the label focused efforts on full artist releases for the most part. 2015 has already seen the label issue some fine material from Laguna Ladies and Your Place Is Next, we now seen the return of Backyard Impressions lead by Axel Boman! The tat-heavy Studio Barnhus man "Has Something Bad On My Mind" apparently and that manifests in a clipped blues-infused house track hoe down. On the flip Beaner gets busy on the sampler with Sixto Rodriguez on the dreamy "Zuckermann's Geburstags Feier" and Hadyn remoulds the classic ghetto house template as rich deepness on "Booty Meat".
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out of stock $8.11
Cat: CORRESPONDANT 45. Rel: 08 Jun 16
Deep House
  1. Axel Boman - "The Chains Of Liberty" (6:51)
  2. INIT - "Prelog Strain" (6:53)
  3. Javi Redondo - "Narcotic Luv" (7:08)
  4. Jonathan Kusuma - "Metro Mini" (5:44)
out of stock $10.99
Cat: TIEF 013. Rel: 12 Jul 17
Deep House
  1. Axel Boman - "We Are The Keys" (6:44)
  2. Mark E - "Jungle UFO" (6:48)
  3. Mr Beatnick - "The Witching Hour" (7:09)
out of stock $9.40
Cat: BARN 001. Rel: 13 Oct 10
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Axel Boman - "Modern Fluids"
  2. Pedrodollar - "Ner I Brunnen"
  3. Kornel Kovacs - "Baby Step"
  4. Gino Bomino - "For Sharon"
Review: New imprint Studio Barnhus makes its bow with this rather stush 12" entitled Good Children Make Bad Grown Ups. The label was formed by Axel Boman, Petter Nordkvist and Kornel Kovacs, and it's Axel who offers the first track here, "Modern Fluids", a fine follow up to his recent EP for DJ Koze's Pampa imprint. This shares with A Side with Pedrodollar's insouciant "Ner I Brunnen", before Kovacs' "Baby Step" opens things up on the flip with on a chunky deep house tip. But it's the jazzy keys and Detroit atmospherics on B-Side cut "For Sharon" by the wonderfully named Gino Bomino that wins the Juno award for EP highlight, which comes replete with vocal loops and junkyard percussion that would make KDJ proud.

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out of stock $9.40
Dubbel Dubb (2xLP + insert)
Cat: BARN 029LP. Rel: 08 Jul 15
Deep House
  1. Axel Boman - "Mogadishu-Dubb" (11:37)
  2. Shakarchi & Straneus - "ABBA-Dubb" (12:24)
  3. Baba Stiltz - "ABBA-Dubb" (10:05)
  4. Pedrodollar - "Love Me Now-Dubb" (9:28)
Review: Here's a treat for all those who've fallen in love with the eccentric, anything goes deep house antics of Sweden's Studio Barnhus label: a double-pack, nestled in a transparent plastic sleeve, featuring brand new dubs of vintage label material. Axel Boman kicks things off with a wonderfully rolling, tactile version of his jazz-flecked summertime bomb "Mogadishu", before Shakarchi and Straneus get all twinkling and Balearic with a decidedly touchy-feely take on "ABBA". Side three boasts another "ABBA-Dubb", this time from Baba Stiltz, who adds a little Latin flavour to proceedings before dropping into a colossal bassline, ragged electronics and glitchy rhythms. Finally, Pedrodollar's disco-influenced anthem "Love Me Now" is given the "Dubb" treatment, with particularly delicious results.
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  1. Kim Brown - "Rubies, Riches & Crowns"
  2. Willie Burns - "Lost In The Clouds Again"
  3. Axel Boman - "Die Die Die!!"
  4. HNNY - "Most Really Pretty Girls Have Pretty Ugly Feet"
out of stock $9.15
Cat: ASD 2. Rel: 20 Feb 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Eddie C - "O Ye"
  2. Noema - "The Shake"
  3. Bayaya (Axel Boman re-rub)
  4. Disco Maschine (Soft Rocks edit)
Review: The Africa Shakedown label coined one of last year's surprise hits with it's debut release, and the label's second release is likely to prove just as popular. Noema features once more and the Salon Zur Wilden Renate resident has collared contributions from Eddie C, Axel Boman and the Soft Rocks crew. Eddie C is first up with the irresistibly groovy "O Ye" which wouldn't look out of place on a Red Motorbike 45 dinker, whilst Noema conjures up the spirit of Bill Laswell on the dubby, scratchy production "The Shake". Studio Barnhus co-founder Boman is probably the biggest draw here and his rerub of the uncredited "Bayaya" should be familiar to anyone that's caught a DJ set from the fun loving Swede. Soft Rocks bring it home with the heavily delayed jammer "Disco Machine". Strong moves all round here sir.
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out of stock $8.89
Volume One (12")
Cat: DGTL 008. Rel: 16 Apr 19
Techno
  1. Haai - "Drumting" (7:45)
  2. Rebolledo Y El Nino Paulor aka Paulor - "The Fog & The Forest" (9:30)
  3. Axel Boman - "Surfliner" (8:19)
  4. JP Enfant - "Sputnik" (8:36)
Played by: Benjamin Fröhlich
 in stock $11.25
Cat: BORN 0016. Rel: 08 Dec 11
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Jako Eino Kalevi - "Rakkaus Tulee"
  2. Axel Boman - "Driller"
  3. Sling & Samo - "Synt B"
  4. Jiikoo - "Viva Lamont"
  5. Carli - "Saga"
out of stock $17.78
Cat: BARNRADIOACTIVE 001. Rel: 10 Nov 11
Leftfield
  1. Gamma Spectra Of Barium-133, Kev To Hz
  2. Gamma Decay Patterns Of Nickel-56 At E-level Rnd & Calcium-48 At E-level 8278 Kev
  3. Three Exited Nuclei Of Lutetium-167 & Gamma Spectra Of Cobalt-60
  4. Two Nuclei Of Xenon-131 Alternating E-level Rnd & 1721 Kev
  5. Technetium-89 & Technetium-99 & Zinc-69 All At E-level Rnd
  6. Three Exited Nuclei Of Lutetium-167 At E-level Rnd
Review: Swedish label Studio Barnhus unveil their most esoteric release yet: a collaboration between label boss Axel Boman, nuclear physicists Bo Cederwall and Torbjorn Back and media artist Kristofer Hagbard. Known as the Radioactive Orchestra, the project started as an awareness campaign spearheaded by the Swedish government; the primary aim, according to a Studio Barnhus press release, was "to interpret gamma radiation, which has its origin in the nuclei of atoms, and translate it into sounds and music". The team of four went on to "create musical algorithms based on the scientists' models of how radiation is emitted from various isotopes". Of course even the best concept falls flat if the music doesn't hold up: excitingly, the fruits of this project are nothing less than stunning. Put simply, this is one of the most interesting house or techno releases you'll hear this year. Limited to 200 copies.

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out of stock $10.46
The Night Land (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP)
R&S
Cat: RS 1702. Rel: 03 Mar 20
Deep House
  1. Midnattssol (6:10)
  2. Safe Changes (6:21)
  3. Samsa (10:50)
  4. Six Million Ways (6:24)
  5. Loser's Hymn (8:30)
  6. Brutal Chugga-Chugga (7:29)
  7. The Ghosts Hood (8:23)
  8. Dins El Llit (5:19)
Review: Having first joined forces to DJ together under the Taloboman tag some years back, Axel Boman and John Talabot first got together in the studio for 2014's Sideral 12". Three years on, the experienced duo has finally recorded a debut album. It's naturally imaginative, eclectic and atmospheric in tone, effortlessly gliding between humid, Afro-influenced deepness ("Midnattsol"), dark and spacey dancefloor moods ("Samsa"), fuzzy epics ("Six Million Ways"), hushed tech-house ("The Ghosts Hood"), stretched-out wonkiness (the hypnotic "Dins El Lit"), and a variety of intriguing downtempo explorations. It's largely left-of-centre and mostly not focused on the club, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. Certainly, it's a fine collection of music.
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