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Cat: RELATIVE 009. Rel: 19 Dec 12
  1. Points Of View
  2. House Ride
  3. Euryhmic
  4. Transit
Review: It's always refreshing to hear techno where you know the producer has gone into the studio with the attitude of "I don't give a fuck". That seems to be exactly the case with EMG's Point Of View EP on Relative - the labels ninth release. The title track says it all as a fuzzed out bassline and electronic drones rise like a toxic river only to subside. "House Ride" employs an assortment of cut up vocals and lo-fi field recordings before giving way to an italo synth line. "Euryhmic" jumps back on the industrial tip as hissing pistons and warehouse reverb freely wander around a structured four-four beat. Repetitive loops are arranged effectively in "Transit" for a convoluted piece of beat down house.
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 in stock $10.16
21/12/12 (limited hand-painted artwork 12")
Cat: EXL 003. Rel: 30 Jan 13
  1. Final Call
  2. Vu Meters
  3. Warning
  4. The Day Of (Ezekiel 33.3)
  5. Alignment
  6. Awakening
Review: Livejam affiliate EMG's Experiential Learning imprint reaches its third release, and those who have heard the label's two previous releases will no doubt be somewhat surprised by the 4/4 kick drum that sounds at the start of "Final Call". While previous Experiential Learning efforts were decidedly in the experimental camp of analogue production, this record's A-side is hardware techno at its best; "Vu Meters" carries on with its hailstorm of percussion, pumping string loop and swelling bass. The B-side is an entirely different proposition; although the crazed hoover bass of "Warning" is like the Analogue Cops doing classic Belgian rave, "The Day Of (Ezekiel 33.3)" combines ghoulish samples and warbling analogue tones, the beatless "Alignment" sounds like the soundtrack to a hellish Lovecraftian wasteland, while "Awakening" takes a more meditative approach. The title seems to reference the date of supposed Mayan apocalypse; the music contained within sounds like it could easily soundtrack just that; the exquisite hand-painted label seals the deal.
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out of stock $12.03
255 (heavyweight vinyl 12" limited to 255 copies)
Cat: EL 005. Rel: 17 Oct 16
  1. Clear (5:27)
  2. Urban Change (1:04)
  3. Street Run (1:25)
  4. Ring (3:00)
  5. Open Phase (6:49)
  6. Coming From (1:25)
Review: EMG's Experiential Learning label has been MIA for a while but, as we've come to appreciate, that's exactly what we love and respect about the label. The Relative Records co-founder, the second in man in command being Juno favourite John Swing, is an enigmatic figure who has preferred to do things his own way over the last five years. Neither him or Swing have ventured outside their own labels, opting instead to create and evolve their own sound, one which has become synonymous with quality. This label is reserved for the odder, more leftfield side of EMG's productions, and this latest effort is most certainly the best one yet. 255 spans over 6 tunes, and from cavernous folds of distorted noise, to pseudo techno and glitchy, analog experiments, we're into everything about it. Techno-not-techno seems to be the right way to describe this majestic voyage into sound. Warmly recommended. Be quick, these are limited, and will go!
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out of stock $12.57
The Bridge (12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: TTT 34. Rel: 28 Jul 15
  1. Insatiable Desire (6:14)
  2. Spaceman (6:13)
  3. Thrill Seeker (4:58)
  4. Electric Cave (7:22)
Review: EMG and Battista belong amongst the clutch of Italian hardware house and techno activists whose output has surfaced on multiple labels such as Relative, Warm Sounds, Live Jam and more over the past few years. Incredibly prolific, it's hard to keep tabs on all the various production endeavours they've been involved with during this period, not least because of the militant, limited vinyl-only policy. Following a recent 12" on Berceuse Heroique from EMG, the Italian is back alongside Battista for a mind bending four-track debut on Will Bankhead's The Trilogy Tapes label. Attention grabbing in all regards (you need to have this 12" in your hands to fully appreciate that artwork) EMG & Battista seem intent on blowing insufficient sound systems with their devilish improvised machine funk concoctions. The hellish, slow lysergic throb and garbled vocal samples of "Spaceman" being a highlight.
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out of stock $13.64
Relative 3 (12")
Cat: RELATIVE 003. Rel: 22 Sep 10
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. John Swing - "Play Records"
  2. John Swing - "Always At Night"
  3. EMG - "Together"
Review: Spanish producer Boris Divider grew up on a diet of electro and hip-hop, and this 12" on Semantica showcases his uncanny ability to merge these sensibilities with dark, dubby techno. The title track has a vintage electro edge to it, something that would make the perfect soundtrack to a 2010 remake of Alphaville or Blade Runner. Divider creates a sense of unease, luring you in with wonderfully sequenced cuts of machine funk, utterly inhuman and endlessly intriguing. Of the three tracks on the B-Side, our favourite has to be "Genoma (Recloned)", which kicks along at a sludgey hip-hop tempo.
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Played by: Ksoul, Deymare
out of stock $10.69
Cat: RTV 001.1. Rel: 07 Jul 15
Deep House
  1. John Swing - "Funky Scratch" (6:03)
  2. John Swing - "Back Again" (bonus track) (5:28)
  3. EMG - "The Secret Village" (6:55)
  4. Vinalog - "Rework" (4:26)
Review: Relative and Live Jam main men John Swing and EMG originally appeared with these dry, sampled and unashamedly analogue basement jams in 2011 and the rest is history. Swing's "Funky Scratch" is a paranoid, late night jam where said vinyl scratches over a tough beat and dark atmosphere make for a true career highlight. "Back Again" replaces "Space Jam" of the original version where a funky break and smooth piano accompany what could be Michael Jackson samples. EMG gets harsh and noisy on "The Secret Village" and finally the two collaborate as Vinalog on this tough, stripped back hard house stomper. Your second chance to own a modern classic.
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out of stock $9.89
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