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Solitaire
Solitaire (limited 2xLP)
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 285. Rel: 05 Jul 23
 
Balearic/Downtempo
In/Out (15:36)
Mad Mood (7:09)
Damaskus - Dakar (8:36)
PM (15:25)
Indian Mantra (4:56)
Sergio Leone's Wet Dream (9:13)
Review: David Moufang's legacy of works is vast beyond compare, so it's not surprising in these reissue-rich times his work continues to enjoy a fresh outing. Of course that's equally down to the quality of what he's been making as Move D and otherwise since the early 90s, and there are some projects even getting a second independent reissue such as this rare gem from 1995, Solitaire. Originally released under that alias on Pete Namlook's seminal Fax +49 label, Solitaire also came out credited to Moufang himself in 2010, but now it's getting its first vinyl pressing courtesy of Mule Musiq in Japan. From the original long-form version of 'In/Out' to the wistful bubble bath wonderment of 'P.M.', it's quintessential 90s ambient techno made by one of the best to be doing it then and now.
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 in stock $37.67
Building Bridges
Cat: AUSLP 010. Rel: 17 Jul 19
 
Deep House
Cycles (9:09)
Init (with Dman) (5:58)
Dots (7:40)
Magic Mountain High - "Tiny Fluffy Spacepods" (7:17)
Dusted Links (8:47)
One Small Step... (with Reagenz Meets Thomas Fehlmann) (7:00)
Move D - "Building Bridges" (with Fred P - Move D Inside Revolution mix) (10:46)
Perpetual State (feat The Poem Alles Ist Eins by Thorn Hoedh) (4:56)
Review: Given that he's a born collaborator, as his vast discography proves, it's perhaps fitting that David Moufang's latest album as Move D is packed to the rafters with killer collaborations. Check, for example, the ultra-deep, woozy and off-kilter "Innit", a superbly dubby and opaque studio hook-up with German rave pioneer D-Man, and the shuffling, intergalactic deep house warmth of Fred P collaboration "Building Bridges". Fittingly, his renowned collaborative projects also feature. There's a wonderfully elastic and out-there dub techno/minimalist track by Reagenz (Moufang and Jonah Sharp AKA Spacetime Continuum) with German veteran Thomas Fehlmann, and a Magic Mountain High (alongside Juju and Jordash) track that takes slow-burn, softly spoken deep house/dub techno fusion and runs with it. As you'd expect, the solo tracks are impeccable, too.
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 in stock $29.33
Let's Call It A Day
Let's Call It A Day (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: SMALLVILLELP 13. Rel: 19 Feb 20
 
Minimal House/Tech House
On The Magic Bus (12:09)
Grains (7:57)
A (6:55)
Let's Call It A Day (12:43)
Omega (11:22)
C-Sick (7:16)
Magnetically Levitated Train (17:13)
Review: Second time around for David "Move D" Moufang and Benjamin Brunn's first full-length collaboration, a set of unsurprisingly deep, minimalistic house, techno and ambient workouts that first appeared in record stores way back in 2006. It's one of those albums that's arguably best listened to while flat on your back in an intoxicated state, despite the presence of such hypnotic, early morning club workouts as "On The Magic Bus" and the dreamy and delightful "O". You see, the majority of the album's eight tracks are spaced-out in the extreme and all the more alluring for it, as Moufang and Brunn expertly showcase their ability to create impeccable slices of hushed, otherworldly electronic minimalism.
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 in stock $22.59
All You Can Tweak
All You Can Tweak (limited 2xLP)
Cat: SMALLVILLELP 15. Rel: 09 Dec 22
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Hokusai (6:52)
All You Can Beat (7:13)
Colon Ize (9:59)
Wired To The Mothership 2021 (5:48)
All You Can Sweep (7:00)
Doomscrolling (6:03)
Luvbyrds (7:33)
Review: Way back in 1994, David Moufang and Dirk Mantei made their debuts as Move D and D-Man via a now highly regarded collaborative EP. This surprise album brings to the fore material the pair recorded, but for whatever reason never released, back then and at different points in time since. Typically atmoshperic, far-sighted and alluring, the music on show frequently blurs the boundaries between Detroit-influenced techno and sci-fi-seeped deep house. Highlights are plentiful, from the alien-sounding late-night dancefloor psychedelia of 'Colon Ize' and the gently jazzy deep space house of 'Hokuzei', to the tactile, early Larry Heard and UK bleep-influenced excellence of 'Wired To The Mothership 2021' and the sunrise-ready shuffle of 'Luvbyrds'.
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 in stock $26.38
Urgence
Urgence (12")
Cat: OMR 010. Rel: 29 Nov 17
 
Techno
Urgence 1 (9:37)
Urgence 2 (7:19)
Review: Juju & Jordash's imprint Off Minor are back. Their tenth release follows up a great one by Downbeat boss Jose Rico. The Urgence EP features Jordash aka Jordan GCZ in collaboration with the mighty Dave Moufang aka Move D - for the first time since 2015's Live In Seattle album on Further Records. On the A side, we have the blissed out down-tempo groove of "Urgence 1" its sparse and skeletal rhythm patterns, warm bass pulsations and cosmic synth textures awash in a haze of smoke and tape saturation. It is an equally as chilled affair on the flip with "Urgence 2" but it's definitely got more groove and funk about it on this minimalist slow burner that would be perfect to use as a tool; to merge with other tracks or great on its own, or for cool down moments for its sparse and hypnotic effect. Recorded live in Amsterdam.
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Reissued 003
Reissued 003 (limited 12")
Cat: AWAYLMTD 003. Rel: 20 Nov 23
 
Techno
Der Strahlende Verlierer (8:29)
Hardwired Tangent (7:25)
Hardwired Hypotenuse + Asymptote (12:16)
Review: Away Music's series of Reissued 12"s are a valuable portal into the oceans of music recorded by David Moufang and Pete Namlook through their many years of collaboration. With so much material tucked away on hard to find CDs, it's incredibly helpful having someone sift through and pick out some of the best moments and press them onto a 12". There's a lot to enjoy on this three-tracker, moving from the warm and bubbly house of 'Der Strahlende Verlierer' which bears the hallmarks of classic Move D through to the scuffed, richly detailed electronica of 'Hardwired Tangent' and the dub techno extension of the track, 'Hardwired Hypotenuse + Asymptote'.
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 in stock $14.80
Reissued 003
Reissued 003 (limited translucent orange vinyl 12")
Cat: AWAYLMTD 003C. Rel: 20 Nov 23
 
Techno
Der Strahlende Verlierer (8:29)
Hardwired Tangent (7:25)
Hardwired Hypotenuse + Asymptote (12:16)
Review: A part-posthumous reunion of a longstanding collaboration between two titans of German ambient, Move D and the late Pete Namlook hear three of their most enduring classics reissued via Away Music. Drawing on slightly different traditions - D hailing from sophisti-minimal and Namlook a denizen of the more beatless, heavenly ambient and trance flaunted on his FAX label - the pair almost always produced an unmistakable style together, mired in many-a hazy, padded cloud and modular texture. These hallmarks are on full display here with 'Hardwired Tangent' on particular - what sounds to be an early alt-version of their beautiful compilation cut 'Wear Your Love Out' - while the blissful B-sider 'Hardwired Hypotenuse + Asymptote' stands out as a more mathematical ponderance of ungrounded space.
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Reissued 002
Cat: AWAYLMTD 002. Rel: 19 Jun 23
 
Techno
Silk Route (12:05)
Sleeplearnin (13:22)
Review: Of all the many projects tangled up in the late Pete Namlook's mercurial Fax +49 label, his enduring collaborations with Move D were surely some of the finest. Given they managed to commit to over 20 CDs in that time, it's no wonder many have struggled to get to grips with the sheer volume of material on offer. Luckily Away Records are manning a reissue operation which looks through these vast volumes and offers up some of the finest cuts. They last did this back in 2019 and now they're back from round two, picking the low-slung sci-fi electro funk of 'Silk Route' and the dubby ambient house mastery of 'Sleeplearnin' from 2008 and 2006 respectively as the abundant gifts to spoil our ears with.
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Reissued 002
Reissued 002 (translucent red vinyl 12")
Cat: AWAYLMTD 002C. Rel: 19 Jun 23
 
Techno
Silk Route (12:05)
Sleeplearnin (13:23)
Review: Move D and the late Pete Namlook recorded a lot of material during the heady years of Fax +49 Records, with some 24 CDs issued up to 2010 and additional singles besides. It's a lot of material to make sense of, but thankfully Away Records have taken up the mantle of providing a filter by means of this series of reissues, which started in 2019 and now returns for a second round. Picking just two tracks this time around, they've chosen two surprisingly energetic tracks from a partnership more commonly imagined traversing vast spaces of ambient electronica. 'Silk Route', pulled from the 2008 album Travelling The Silk Route, is a punchy affair with shifting sands of synths and samples atop a punchy electro-techno rhythm section. On the flip, 'Sleeplearnin' is a masterclass of deep and dubby house music with an abundance of ambient techno flourishes on top - a combination which works beautifully. Collectors rejoice at this red vinyl edition, no less!
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