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10 YRS RMX EP2 (Markus SuckuT, BNJMN, Aubrey, Tripeo mixes)
Cat: JR 009.2. Rel: 05 Aug 19
  1. AWOL - "54 973379, -1 614705" (Markus Suckut remix)
  2. Artefakt - "Wanderings" (BNJMN remix)
  3. Luke Hess - "TDY" (Aubrey remix)
  4. Deep'a & Biri - "Pilgrim" (Tripeo Journey mix)
Review: The Newcastle born, London based label Jaunt serves ups a second part of its remixes series to mark ten years in action. After Inland, Jonas Kopp, Jasper Wolff & Maarten Mittendorff and Gian appeared on the first instalment, now come Tripeo, Aubrey, BNJMN and Markus Suckut with a versatile pack of techno quality.

Techno mainstay Suckut goes first with a big, bouncy version of AWOL's 54 973379, -1 614705 that is laced with uplifting piano chords. Inventive melodic master BNJMN then slips into dance floor mode with his tunnelling and deep remix of Artefakt's Wanderings. It is a hypnotic track that never lets up and then Aubrey reworks Luke Hess's TDY into a mind melting affair with looping, glowing styling lines spraying about over high pressure and urgent drums. Last of all, Tripeo reimagines Deep'a & Biri - Pilgrim into a punchy, hard hitting track with raw percussion and supersized drums that will rock even the biggest warehouse. This is high functioning techno in a range of equally compelling styles and marks another vital EP from Jaunt.

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2 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: DOLLY 030. Rel: 20 Sep 18
  1. Basic Soul Unit - "Descendant" (6:34)
  2. Johannes Volk - "A Planet In The Pocket" (7:33)
  3. Late Night Approach - "House Of Keys" (4:45)
  4. Luke Hess - "Navigator" (6:06)
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Into The Abyss (gatefold double 12")
Cat: EXTRA 008. Rel: 17 Jul 14
  1. Into The Abyss
  2. Into The Abyss (CV313 Decaying Detroit dub)
  3. Into The Abyss (CV313 Sailing Among The Stars mix)
  4. Into The Abyss (CV313 Altering Illusions reprise)
out of stock $16.16
Keep On (2xLP)
Cat: LH 1221. Rel: 05 Feb 13
Deep House
  1. Awareness
  2. Humitly
  3. Deep To Deep
  4. Overcome (feat Select)
  5. Break Trough
  6. Inheritance
  7. Direction
  8. Incorruptible
Review: Despite being born and raised in Detroit, Luke Hess is rarely mentioned in the same breath as his Motor City peers. Then again, his brand and dub-infused techno doesn't fit neatly into the futurist narrative. This latest full-length flips the script slightly. While it has plenty of dub-flecked moments (see "Overcome" and "Humility"), there's a greater reliance on melody over mood. While this could be a reflection of the involvement of collaborator Omar-S, it's more likely an indication of Hess's development as a producer. Moving from hypnotic deep house to robust techno via beatless interludes, Keep On is Hess's most accessible set to date.
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 in stock $19.07
Analog Passion (blue vinyl 12")
Cat: ECHOCORDCOLOUR 24. Rel: 21 Jun 13
  1. Paskho (version 1)
  2. Paskho (version 2)
Review: Hess unites Detroit and Berlin on this latest missive for Danish label Echocord. "Pashko (Version 1)" is based on heavy beats and a menacing bass that rumbles along to reveal thundering claps. However, it's the chords that prove compelling, welling up and covering the arrangement in a layer of gloom. On the second version, steely drums and bleepy tones provide the basis for a throbbing basslne and Hess' trademark chords. This time however, they have changed in tone from moody to dreamy, with the US producer moving closer to the legacy of his hometown of Detroit. Sometimes, it's impossible to escape where you're from.
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out of stock $18.28
Cat: DL 001. Rel: 05 May 10
  1. Incline Your Ear
  2. Quick To Hear
  3. Slow To Speak
out of stock $9.53
Cat: ECHOCORD 38. Rel: 13 Aug 09
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Reel Life (CV313 Dimensional Space mix)
  2. Transform (Marko Furstenberg remix)
  3. Meaning Matters (Mikkel Metal remix)
out of stock $8.47
Cat: BMG 03. Rel: 24 May 07
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Omniscient
  2. Omniscient (Falko Brocksieper remix)
  3. Omnipotent
  4. Omnipresent
Review: The "Absolute Truth EP", by Luke Hess, is perfect for lovers of John Tejada and Steve Bug.
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Community EP (limited 12")
Cat: DEEPLABS 002. Rel: 08 Jul 14
Deep House
  1. Become
  2. Unity
Review: Luke Hess keeps it fresh on his own Deeplabs, turning out this excellent solo drop soon after collaborating with FXHE boss Omar S on a 12" for the label, and both tracks here continue Hess's penchant for forays into sci-fi tinged Motor City hypnotism. He kicks things off with "Become", a warm, melodic and decidedly positive deep house production shot through with his usual fluid synths and classic Detroit influences. "Unity", on the other hand, is straight-up Detroit techno - all undulating synthesizers, far-sighted stargazing chords and loopy, heads-down percussion. It's good and will no doubt become a firm favourite with DJs who like their techno smooth and melodic, though it lacks the glassy-eyed appeal of the sun-kissed A-side.
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out of stock $8.21
Cat: ECHOCORD 37. Rel: 15 May 09
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Meaning Matters
  2. Evidence Everywhere
  3. Son Beams
  4. The Way
  5. Transform
  6. Reflections
  7. Self Control
  8. Reel Life
Played by: Rose & Ulysse
out of stock $15.89
Adventures In Deep Space EP (yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: ECHOCORDCOLOUR 32. Rel: 04 Nov 15
  1. Pillars Of Creation (7:16)
  2. Gravitation Effects (6:36)
  3. Crate Digging On Planet Omnom (1:16)
Review: In recent years, Luke Hess has done more than most to keep the original futurist ethos of Detroit techno alive. Here he returns to Echochord Colour with an EP that neatly joins the dots between the spacey hypnotism most readily associated with the Motor City, the stretched-out, late night loops of Twilo-era Danny Tenaglia productions, and the unwavering chug of European deep house. This is particular evident on opener "Pillars of Creation", which expertly works an attractive, locked-in groove. He does a bit more stargazing on the more expansive, undeniably picturesque "Gravitation Effects", whilst still putting adequate emphasis on the track's rolling groove. There's a useful DJ tool included in the shape of "Crate Digging On Planet Omnom", a spoken word interlude laden with trippy effects and atmospheric field recordings.
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out of stock $8.21
Cat: MODELISME 020. Rel: 21 Jan 09
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Agape Dub
  2. City Light
  3. City Light (Brian Kage's Lights Out remix)
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Facette EP (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: ECHOCORDCOLOUR 038. Rel: 15 Mar 17
  1. Emerald (6:28)
  2. Lumen (6:50)
  3. Myriads (6:46)
Review: There are few surprises on Luke Hess's latest vinyl outing on Echochord's colour series, just a trio of fluttering, tried-and-tested techno workouts. Opener "Emerald" boasts a typically trippy and hypnotic groove, but also some heart-aching chord progressions and suitably melancholic melody lines. The late night hypnotism is also present on the slightly more boisterous "Lumen", in which the producer fires darting synthesizer lines and cyclical melody loops at a locked-in groove. In a possible bid to impress those who like their techno funkier and more forthright, he reaches for the foreboding acid lines and pounding kick-drums on cymbal-heavy closer "Myriads".
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Cat: VQ 060. Rel: 29 Sep 16
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Selector (6:00)
  2. Selector (D5 remix) (5:14)
  3. Selector (Lee Curtis remix) (7:27)
  4. Selector (Maher Daniel Other Side remix) (8:01)
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Dimension D EP (grey marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: DL 005. Rel: 20 Apr 15
  1. Dimension. D (6:46)
  2. Dimension. D (VOX reshape) (1:18)
  3. Mission. 106 (6:57)
Review: Boom! Detroit's prodigal son Luke Hess returns on his own label with three cuts containing his signature brand of grainy, hissing analogue house and techno. As the name gives away, "Dimension D" is an interstellar house tune with a 90's sci-fi kinda feel to its synths, a progressive groove with a deep and subby bassline dominating its epicentre. There's also a VOX Reshape for all your DJ needs, and on over on the flipside, "Mission. 106" gives us another fine slice of molecular space funk, all phat, all hardware-based and straight out of the machines with minimal or no processing. Essential house goodness from the underground to you.
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Cat: KM0076. Rel: 29 Jan 08
  1. Believe & Receive
  2. Believe & Receive (Shedsdeepanddubbydub remix)
Played by: Luke Hess, M50
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SUPERCINEMA 002 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SUPERCINEMA 002. Rel: 03 May 19
  1. Firmament (5:44)
  2. Hidden Dimension (5:20)
  3. Hidden Dimension (Patrick Russell dub remix) (6:04)
  4. Obeisance (4:22)
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Cat: ECHOCORDCD 5. Rel: 06 May 09
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Meaning Matters
  2. Son Beams
  3. Evidence Everywhere
  4. Transform
  5. Self-Control
  6. Reflections
  7. The Truth Is
  8. Reel Life
  9. The Way
out of stock $15.89
Keep On (CD)
Cat: LH(1200). Rel: 08 Oct 12
Deep House
  1. Awareness (Reflections revisited)
  2. Briefing The Defenders
  3. Humility (Renew Your Mind) (feat Papa Smurf)
  4. Restored
  5. Deep To Deep
  6. Small Electronic Break
  7. Incorruptible
  8. Overcome (feat Jeff Hess - Omar S mix)
  9. Direction
  10. Break Through
  11. Redemption
  12. Inheritance
Review: Despite being born and raised in Detroit, Luke Hess is rarely mentioned in the same breath as his Motor City peers. Then again, his brand and dub-infused techno doesn't fit neatly into the futurist narrative. This latest full-length flips the script slightly. While it has plenty of dub-flecked moments (see "Overcome" and "Humility"), there's a greater reliance on melody over mood. While this could be a reflection of the involvement of collaborator Omar-S, it's more likely an indication of Hess's development as a producer. Moving from hypnotic deep house to robust techno via beatless interludes, Keep On is Hess's most accessible set to date.
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Cat: LH-FX# 2. Rel: 18 Jun 08
  1. Refined By Fire
  2. Shalom (dub)
  3. There Is Hope
  4. Renewal (part 2 - AOSLH mix)
out of stock $10.59
Cat: LH-FX#1. Rel: 13 Sep 07
  1. Real To Real (LHAO mix)
  2. Renewal (AOS loop)
  3. Sacred (AOS co-mix)
  4. Motor (LH mix)
 in stock $11.92
Cat: ECHOCORDCOLOUR 012. Rel: 21 Aug 10
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. The Problem Of Decay (Greed Affects Us All)
  2. Corridor's Solution (A Plea For Change)
Review: Modern day Detroit legend Omar S takes a break from promoting his line of Omar S Ice Cube trays to lend his mixing skills to this two track EP from Detroit native Luke Hess. Produced on murky blue marble vinyl, Michigan Central Station contains the type of glacial dubby techno you'd expect from an Echochord Colour release. The disconsolate song titles are more than matched here by the melancholy nature of Hess's productions. "The Problem Of Decay (Greed Affects Us All)" sees chords echo and bounce across the desolate soundscape of gentle pads and kick patterns that drop into the mix with intermittent ease. Over on the other side "Corridor's Solution (A Plea For Change)" goes deeper still, ramping up the bass some and indulging in more cavernous chord patterns.
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Cat: ECHOCORDCOLOUR 002. Rel: 14 Oct 08
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Luke Hess - "Campfire Dialogue"
  2. Marko Furstenberg - "Site 312"
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Cat: FSDL 001. Rel: 30 Aug 11
Deep House
  1. Come
  2. Unity
  3. Rosenau
  4. Ostpark
Review: All round sterling team effort here, as labels Finale Sessions and Deeplabs join forces to drop four tracks of deep techno and house wonderment from Messrs Luke Hess and Motorcitysoul for the first in a series of joint ventures. Hess calls shotgun and lays down the template with the creeping dub techno stasis of "Come" which gradually unfurls into a refined, oscillating twilight journey through hissing Motor City classicism. "Unity" is a more sprawling, subaqueous effort incorporating the sounds of metallic welding and forming "to associate the unification of materials with the unification of dynamic sound". Frankfurt duo Motorcitysoul operate on a more percussive level, weaving typically driving rhythms in and around the thrusting syncopation on "Rosenau" for a classic deep house deviation. "Ostpark" is most unlike Motorcitysoul, craftily building from bouncing programming and vocal affectations into a deep burnt groover.
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Motown Methods EP (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: DL 004. Rel: 22 May 14
Deep House
  1. Automatic Night
  2. Outerspace Drive
Review: Given that Luke Hess has previously appeared on Omar-S's FXHE label, it was probably only a matter of time before the latter appeared on the former's Deep Labs imprint. While the two producers' styles are notably different - Omar-S largely offers a house head's take on the trademark Detroit sound, while Hess is more interested in Motor City techno - they share a love of machine soul. It's perhaps unsurprising, then, that this two-tracker is really rather good. The real killer is "Outerspace Drive", an enveloping and uplifting chunk of Detroit futurism layered with sublime sci-fi synths, hissing percussion and cascading chords. That said, the deeper, more hypnotic "Automatic Night" - a kind of purist tech-house exercusion - is pretty darn tasty, too.
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  1. Luke Hess - "Deliverer" (6:14)
  2. Patrice Scott - "Future Funk" (7:25)
  3. Basic Soul Unit - "Torn Satin" (6:53)
  4. Michael Zucker - "YHWH" (6:15)
Review: Finale Sessions continues to fly the flag for the freshest variations on deep techno with a distinct Detroit flavour, and now the label is celebrating five years of operations with a split release that calls upon some label regulars to turn out the goods. Luke Hess is up first with the dynamic whipcrack dub techno pulse of "Deliverer", while Patrice Scott continues his fine run of form with the meditative "Future Funk". Basic Soul Unit meanwhile strikes the balance between experimentation and immersion with the sharp-angled yet soothing "Torn Satin", and then label boss Michael Zucker drops a punchy but poignant offering in the shape of "YHWH".
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Polyphonic Minds (double 12")
Cat: MINIMOOD 015. Rel: 27 Sep 17
  1. Polyphonic Minds (9:05)
  2. Polyphonic Minds (Delano Smith remix) (10:11)
  3. Polyphonic Minds (Steve O'Sullivan remix) (9:51)
  4. Polyphonic Minds (Tobias remix) (8:30)
  5. Polyphonic Minds (Tobias Ambient remix) (6:31)
out of stock $19.07
Prothesis (12")
Cat: FINALE 04. Rel: 16 Dec 10
Deep House
  1. Luke Hess - "Prothesis"
  2. Tom Dicicco - "Transparent Heights"
  3. Fred P - "Dawn"
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Ornaments Symphony 2 (limited numbered mixed CD in steel book case)
Cat: ORN 021CD. Rel: 20 Apr 12
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
  5. Track 5
  6. Track 6
  7. Track 7
  8. Track 8
  9. Track 9
  10. Track 10
  11. Track 11
  12. Track 12
  13. Track 13
out of stock $21.19
Cat: BMG 01. Rel: 20 Jan 06
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Keith Kemp - "Bloom"
  2. Luke Hess - "Dwell"
  3. Ryan Crosson - "Illusion"
  4. Seth Troxler - "Satisfy"
out of stock $7.41
Cat: OBONIT 004. Rel: 27 Nov 15
Deep House
  1. Jefferson Reserve (6:47)
  2. Calm Of Night (7:31)
Review: Considering the spacey title, artwork and long-standing Detroit credentials of both Luke Hess and Omar-S collaborator Ob Ignitt, you'd expect these two tracks to be on the intergalactic side. Happily, they are. The duo kicks things off with "Jefferson Reserve", a tactile, floor-friendly chunk of energetic deep house blessed with classic electrofunk bass, deep space pads, and the kind of glistening, far-out synthesizer melodies you'd expect to hear the Cantina Band play in one of the Star Wars movies. They move further towards techno territory on flipside "Calm of Night", where warring lasers fizz between the speakers whilst progressive house-influenced chords and rhythms propel the track forwards at the speed of light.
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  1. Onmutu Mechanicks - "Calyx"
  2. Brendon Moeller - "Farmhouse"
  3. Luke Hess - "Kratos"
  4. Resoe - "Tanzfieber"
Review: The key to the Echocord's longevity has been to focus on the deeper, dubbier side of techno, without worrying too much about what all around them are doing. Put simply, Echocord - now celebrating its 10th year - was releasing textured techno for the head and the floor before and after it was trendy to do so. This second sampler 12" showcasing the wares of Kenneth Christiansen's label ahead of a full 'best of' compilation release sees Onmutu Mechanicks, Brendon Moeller, Luke Hess and Resoe all making an appearance. Mechanicks's contribution turns the mood slightly more menacing as "Calyx" marches to the beat of metallic drums and teems with foreboding chords. This being Echocord however, reflective and evocative sensibilities are never too far away, and Luke Hess's "Kratos", although based on clipped drums, boasts breathy, shimmering melodies. Highly recommended.
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Detroit Visionaries (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FU 002. Rel: 02 Feb 15
Deep House
  1. Patrice Scott - "Journey To The Unknown"
  2. Keith Worthy - "Cyclops"
  3. Luke Hess - "Tolox"
  4. Kai Alce - "Rockin K-Tel"
Review: REPRESS ALERT: For those turned on by the far-sighted, sci-fi inspired sounds of Detroit deep house and techno, this EP from Michael Zucker's Finale Underground imprint (an offshoot of his Finale Sessions label) should be an essential purchase. With the likes of Patrice Scott, Keith Worthy and Luke Hess involved, you'd expect the quality threshold to be high. It is, of course, resulting in a quartet of killer tracks. Hess' hypnotic techno jam "Tolox" is a definite highlight, though it pales in comparison to the analogue futurism of Keith Worthy's brilliant "Cyclops". Best of all, though, is Scott's "Journey Into The Unknown", which bobs, weaves, bubbles and spits to the rush-inducing deep house sound of undulating synthesizer melodies and classic, Transmat-style Motor City rhythms.
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10 Years Of Jaunt: Land (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: JR 007.2. Rel: 11 Dec 17
  1. Stojche - "The Exchange"
  2. AWOL - "54.973379, -1.614705"
  3. Luke Hess - "TDY"
  4. Deep'a & Biri - "Pilgrim"
Review: The Jaunt Records 10 years series shores up with the Land installment featuring another four adventurous souls that have the spirit of deepest techno in their bones. Stojche lets lush Motor City synths lead the way on the energetic "The Exchange" before AWOL gets into an intricate broken beat groove on the stunning "54.973379, -1.614705". Luke Hess brings some unabashed acid gurgles to the front of the mix on "TDY" and then Deep'a & Biri plot a course for dubby waters with the growling tones of "Pilgrim".
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Cat: FS 015. Rel: 14 May 13
Deep House
  1. Steve Tang - "Immense"
  2. XDB - "Pelago"
  3. Luke Hess - "Suplication"
Review: In its lifetime Finale Sessions have seen releases from the likes of Fred P, Innerspace Halflife and Amir Alexander, and the label's latest 12", Finale Undergound Vol 1, sees three similarly respected artists come together on one EP for some properly deep moves. Steven Tang delivers the suitably titled "Immense", a moody slice of house percussion positively swimming in Tang's trademark pads, while Metrolux boss XDB joins him on the A-side for some weighty yet refined house music, pairing abstract tones with some submerged bassline swing unfolding out into some heavily delayed, oven warm chords. FXHE associate Luke Hess finishes up with "Suplication"; though it shares the same dubby qualities as the rest it's the most impressively driving track of the three, combining Motor City dynamism with Chicago's breezy house.
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out of stock $10.33
Cat: KM 0096. Rel: 19 Mar 09
Deep House
  1. Half (Anton Zap remix)
  2. Midwest (Luke Hess Deep Detroit remix)
out of stock $9.53
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