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Everything Is Wrong (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: STUMM 130. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Electro House
  1. Hymn
  2. Feeling So Real
  3. All That I Need Is To Be Loved
  4. Let's Go Free
  5. Everytime You Touch Me
  6. Bring Back My Happiness
  7. What Love
  8. First Cool Hive
  9. Into The Blue
  10. Anthem
  11. Everything Is Wrong
  12. God Moving Over The Face Of The Waters
  13. When It's Cold I'd Like To Die
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Hotel: Ambient (gatefold 2xLP + 1-sided LP)
Cat: IDIOT 030LP. Rel: 29 Jan 16
Ambient/Drone
  1. Swear (6:39)
  2. Snowball (4:25)
  3. Blue Paper (6:11)
  4. Homeward Angel (Long) (10:57)
  5. Chord Sounds (7:24)
  6. Not Sensitive (3:10)
  7. Lilly (3:51)
  8. May 04 Two (8:05)
  9. The Come Down (5:14)
  10. Overlands (6:48)
  11. Live Forever (7:13)
  12. Aerial (5:45)
  13. Spaired (Long) (7:29)
  14. Live Forever (Long) (15:06)
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Cat: SUARA 262. Rel: 12 Apr 17
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Go (Victor Ruiz remix) (9:15)
  2. Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad (Oxia remix) (6:12)
  3. Porcelain (Julian Jeweil remix) (6:30)
  4. Natural Blues (Reinier Zonneveld Homage remix) (7:22)
Review: Spanish imprint Suara are a force to reckoned with at the moment and continue to bring the heat with his fine collection of remixes by US electronica icon Moby. Brazilian Victor Ruiz kicks off proceedings with his rendition of "Go" and he sure had his work cut our for him, trying his deft hand at such a defining rave classic: it's pretty good and gives a fresh perspective while staying true to the original. Also on the A side we've got French hero Oxia who stays on the same vibe as the original with his deep and emotive rendition of "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad". On the flip, the m_nus affiliated Julian Juweil delivers an absolutely stomping peak time weapon with his version of "Porcelain" which blows the bloody doors off as always. Reinier Zonneveld's homage to "Natural Blues" goes for some sunny uplifting deep house: Kater Blau style.
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Cat: DC 1643. Rel: 26 Jan 17
Techno
  1. Porcelain (Alan Fitzpatrick Late Night dub) (7:52)
  2. Go (Tiger Stripes White Tail remix) (7:08)
  3. Go (Tiger Stripes Black Lodge remix) (7:20)
Review: Following the release of his superb autobiography a year or two back - not to mention his recent "snub" of new U.S President Donald Trump - Moby has been back in the news. Crucially, his old records are making a return too, albeit in freshly remixed form. This third remix 12" from muscular Swedish techno types Drumcode boasts three more reworks of vintage floor-fillers. On the A-side, Alam Fitzpatrick re-imagines "Porcelain" as a Berlin style tech-house chugger, using Moby's original synths as a spine-tingling breakdown. On the flip, Tiger Stripes lays down two remixes of "Go". The 'White Tail Mix" is a thumping techno stomper with a buzzing breakdown, while the "Black Lodge Mix" is a bumpin' house re-shape.
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All Visible Objects (gatefold 2xLP + booklet in embossed sleeve)
Cat: IDIOT 80. Rel: 15 May 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Morningside (5:28)
  2. My Only Love (5:45)
  3. Refuge (5:45)
  4. One Last Time (5:33)
  5. Power Is Taken (5:47)
  6. Rise Up In Love (5:46)
  7. Forever (5:14)
  8. Too Much Change (9:41)
  9. Separation (6:39)
  10. Tecie (7:33)
  11. All Visible Objects (9:15)
Review: Moby seems to be getting nostalgic in his old age. Having spent much of the last 30 years releasing a mixture of ambient and downtempo beats, "All Visible Objects" sees the veteran New York producer step back towards the dancefloor. It was of course with house and techno that he made his name, and there are tracks on this album that either recall the ethereal, energy-packed quality of his early rave-era hits ("Go", "Move", "I Feel It", "Hymn" etc.) or musical styles born in the 1990s (trance, progressive house and so on). It's pretty forthright at times, with Moby's inclusion of socio-political messages - the money raised from sales of the album will be donated to a range of charities - adding an extra layer of intensity.

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Cat: DC 1642. Rel: 18 Jan 17
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad (Enrico Sangiuliano remix) (7:17)
  2. Go (Manic Brothers remix) (9:09)
Review: Moby's back catalogue has been reworked rather a lot lately, with Drumcode following the lead of 2DIY4 in releasing a string of contemporary remixes of the Vegan beat-smith's classic productions. This 12" - the second of four the Swedish imprint is releasing - begins with a storming version of "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad" by Enrico Sanguilano. It makes good use of the original's famous vocal sample, working it into a banging techno track that looks to the riff-heavy world of trance for inspiration. On the flip, the Manic Brothers offer their interpretation of "Go", combining the original's evocative chords and vocal samples with heavy new techno beats.
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