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Brain Mutants
Cat: NSA 007. Rel: 18 Jun 24
 
Electro
Mutated Brain Process (4:05)
Electric Mutant (4:19)
Non-Euclidean Coordinates (3:25)
Tunnel Mutant (6:01)
Depressed Mutant (4:23)
Review: The one and only DMX Krew is back once again with yet another superb release, this time on the emerging and already exciting No Static/Automatic label. This time out he blends electro with bass, acid and techno and opens up with the squelchy 303s and prickly beats of 'Mutated Brain Process' before 'Electric Mutant' layers up whirring machines and jerking drum patterns. 'Non-Euclidean Coordinates' is a high-speed and physical workout with low end menace and the superb closer 'Depressed Mutant' might just be the best of the lot with its withering sci-fi motifs and alien sounds, kinetic electro beats and otherwordly vibes.
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 in stock $18.79
Whispers Of An Ancient World III
Whispers Of An Ancient World III (LP limited to 250 copies)
Cat: WAW 003. Rel: 03 Jun 24
 
Electro
Dog (2:40)
O Time Your Pyramids (3:50)
MCV (4:44)
Infinite Staircase Ascending (3:19)
Axaxaxas MLO (2:33)
The Combed Thunderclap (3:10)
The Plaster Cramp (2:36)
LXUM, LKWC (3:36)
Infinite Staircase Descending (3:22)
Review: Veteran electrohead and former artist on the Rephlex Records roseter DMX Krew's Ed DMX takes the well-known story by Jorge Luis Borges of The Library of Babel, said to contain all the different languages of the earth. Some deep philosophical thought has gone into the album's concept, but we'll leave that to Ed to explain. Instead, we'll tell you that from beginning to end there's plenty of the kind of trademark 80s synth playfulness in evidence, with a generally more mellow and soundtrack-related rather than frenetic and dancefloor-filling vibe in evidence, even on faster tracks like 'The Combed Thunderclap'. Still, Ed knows what he's doing when it comes to this kind of leftfield electro gear, and it's a rewarding, never boring listen.

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 in stock $19.04
Unlikely Seeming
Cat: BYR 47V. Rel: 09 May 24
 
Electro
A New Story (4:02)
Data Cruncha (3:19)
Unlikely Seeming (4:13)
Continuation (3:35)
Wednesday Memory (4:36)
It's Tomorrow (2:59)
Review: New week, new album from the prolific and always fantastic DMX Krew. Unlikely Seeming is the latest from the much-loved UK underground mainstay and it comes on the Byrd Out label featuring eight superb cuts that showcase his signature mix of joyous synth hooks, pads full of texture and of course innovative analogue drum machine rhythms. With hints of 80s pop and a slightly softer sound than he has done in the past, this is another triumph that is well worth adding to all his many other triumphant albums on your shelves.
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Spiral Dance
Cat: HYPELP 026. Rel: 09 Apr 24
 
Electro
Always Hats (4:40)
Bathtime Bobby (3:59)
Spiral Dance (4:59)
Escape To 92 (3:25)
Perfection (4:34)
Idea Two (3:48)
Karplus Gas Storm (3:14)
Is This Normal (0:33)
Desperate Measures (4:14)
Hammer Slowly Falling (3:33)
Ankle Grinder (3:35)
FM Assembly (5:20)
Amby Stan (2:54)
Review: A sprawling, typically irreverent effort from the ever-prolific DMX Krew. With each unfolding track, Edward Upton charts a new tributary in the Detroit-Berlin-Sheffield pipeline, from the grouchy technoid stomp of 'Bathtime Bobby', to the hazy chillout room introspection of 'Escape To 92', to the dazzled machine funk of aptly named elektro quest 'Desperate Measures'. Another thoroughly satisfying entry in the ever-growing DMX catalogue, Spiral Dance is a sizzling hotplate of timeless electro wizardry.
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 in stock $24.08
Kiss Goodbye
Cat: BLOW 16BLACK. Rel: 13 Mar 24
 
Electro
Kiss Goodbye (2:00)
Cold Love (2:00)
DIVORCEE (0:01)
HOT (3:46)
Who's That Guy? (3:53)
You Take Me Up (3:16)
Keep On Keepin' On (3:25)
He Exists! (4:22)
Let's Rock (3:54)
Feelings So Strong (4:54)
Clementine (4:27)
1101100001 (1:24)
Review: Let's hear it for Ed Upton, otherwise known as the evergreen DMX Krew. We're never short of essential electro of all stripes from the Rephlex veteran, but there's a special place in our hearts for the vocal turns he used to do back in the early days. Around 2004 he was focusing on purely instrumental experiments through the Collapse Of The Wave Function series, but Japanese label Poplot convinced him to return to the feelgood vocal electro and synth-pop sound and snuck this out as a CD-only release. Now on double vinyl, it's a love letter to the best of boogie and electro funk and Upton has a whale of a time laying down those endearingly straight-up party time, open-hearted lyrics about good times and love lives that any proper boogie record needs.
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Kiss Goodbye
Kiss Goodbye (limited translucent red vinyl 2xLP in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: BLOW 16RED. Rel: 13 Mar 24
 
Electro
Kiss Goodbye
Cold Love
DIVORCEE (0:01)
HOT (3:46)
Who's That Guy? (3:53)
You Take Me Up (3:16)
Keep On Keepin' On (3:25)
He Exists! (4:22)
Let's Rock (3:54)
Feelings So Strong (4:54)
Clementine (4:27)
1101100001 (1:24)
Review: Legendary Rephlex alumni and electro mainstay DMX Krew revisited a Minneapolis sound with boogie and freestyle elements in this timeless 2005 Japan-exclusive release. After almost 20 years it finally gets a vinyl issue over there in Europe thanks to Cold Blow and is a surefire way to kick start your day no matter the mood you are in. As ever, the studio wizard cranks up through the gears, gets the most out of his array of machines and explores rhythm and sound from many different angles, sometimes seemingly all at once. This remains a great record despite its vintage.
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Tree in Space
Cat: SHIP 070. Rel: 22 Sep 23
 
Electro
Parasite (6:27)
Tree In Space (4:09)
Unbelief (6:25)
Meltdown (4:18)
Review: You can't get more reliable than Ed DMX frankly. The veteran artist can do all electro styles imaginable and all with equal elan. This month, for example, is dropping a disco and boogie fried 12" as well as this more classically inclined electro outing on the fine Shipwrec label out of the Netherlands. 'Parasite' has a perfectly elastic and rubbery baseline under celestial melodies, 'Tree In Space' is a twitchy rhythm and 'Unbelief' then settles into a deeper groove with smeared synth chords. 'Meltdown' ends with a darker and more atmospheric sound for the late night hours.
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Played by: Ney Faustini
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Still Got It
Cat: BLOW 14. Rel: 07 Sep 23
 
Electro
Still Got It (3:53)
Still Got It (dub) (3:51)
Paranoia (4:01)
Cold (dub) (4:09)
Review: The legendary DMX Krew is as accomplished as they come when talking about electro innovators. Each time he steps out he proves that and this new one proves it, quite knowingly so given the title. The title track 'Still Got It' is a stomping electro sizzler with lashing of disco goodness and a catchy vocal hook. The dub fleshes out the low end while 'Paranoia' picks up the pace on the flip. It's a high speed cut with dazzling melodic sequences riding up and down the scale. Cold then shuts down with boogie energy and more lush Casino keys.
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Return To Jupiter
Cat: GUDU 014. Rel: 18 Apr 23
 
Deep House
Return To Jupiter (5:46)
Altered Chords (5:34)
U Ain't Really Down (5:35)
I Love Juan (6:38)
Review: From Permanent vacation to Hypercolour, Furthur Electronix to Under The Radar, Ed DMX's music pops up all over the place these days. That's primarily because the electro hit machine just can't stop producing pure gold from his gear, and this latest joint on Peggy Gou's Gudu label proves the point - his second for the label after 2019's Don't You Wanna Play? EP. From the jubilant vintage techno sound of the title track to the cheeky 90s house bounce of 'Altered Chords', 'U Ain't Really Down's wild-eyed jack to the joyous machine soul of out and out tribute tracks 'I Love Juan', this is DMX Krew laying some major influences bare and making magic out of his pure passion.
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Time Holes EP
Cat: OPM 01. Rel: 18 Apr 23
 
Electro
Trigger Warning (3:53)
Local Off (4:19)
Software User Guide (3:19)
Distress Signal On Mars (4:18)
Time Holes (2:50)
2 More 606es (3:39)
Review: Ed Upton - the electro gift that keeps on giving. For someone so prolific, the man like DMX Krew never misses and it's frankly astounding. Take this new clutch of tracks for a new label entitled Operation Madness, which leads in with the synthetic fantasy ride of 'Trigger Warning' before sliding into the sprightly 80s flex of 'Local Off' and on to the quintessential machine funk of 'Software User Guide'. The styles are distinct, but the quality is just immeasurable. In these times of electro abundance, it's not easy to make well worn tropes truly sing, but DMX Krew sounds as rich with inspiration as ever, and there's a generous six portions of this goodness on offer on this fulsome 12".
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 in stock $16.15
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