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No Moon

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Cat: BLORP 002. Rel: 24 Jun 16
Deep House
  1. Aoe Atmos (6:18)
  2. Space Exploration 101 (5:38)
Review: The Blorp imprint is back with its second instalment and this time the label have recruited Machester's Fred Shepherd aka No Moon to sail the ship forwards. "Aoe Atmos" isn't exactly steady around the edges, but it certainly gets out juicer flowing - a grainy, distorted beat groove scatters percussion all over the place amid a minimal cascade of melodies and bleeps. "Space Exploration 101" on the flipside is a straighter sort of monster, still grounded in principles of distortion and decay, but its hazy instruments are now bouncing straight rather than sideways. Nice little tip here!
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Sirens EP (12")
Cat: MTRON 007. Rel: 22 Jun 18
  1. Sirens (4:29)
  2. Bathdub Dub (5:23)
  3. Where Am I (6:00)
  4. Acid IX (6:54)
out of stock $9.36
LGS 07 (12" + postcard)
Cat: LGS 07. Rel: 28 Mar 18
  1. Chillin (with The Flute God) (7:54)
  2. I Felt It Slip Away (5:32)
  3. Swimming (with John) (6:33)
  4. Dem Gulls (4:13)
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Cat: CKNOWEP 8. Rel: 09 Apr 18
  1. Exoplanet Vibe Cult (8:45)
  2. Infinite Dreamz (7:22)
  3. Mallet Fury (6:25)
Review: Glaswegian label Craigie Knowes has yet to receive the hype that its quietly impressive back catalogue so clearly deserves. Perhaps this EP from sometime Mork White regular No Moon (AKA Manchester-based producer Fred Shepherd) will refresh the parts the imprint's other releases have yet to reach. All three tracks are impeccably spacey and futurist in tone, with Shepherd wrapping dreamy chords and glistening electronic melodies around snappy drum machine rhythms. Those searching for tracks to illicit saucer-eyed dancefloor moments should head straight for the rushing bliss of "Infinite Dreamz", while "Mallet Fury" offers a more bustling, bottom-heavy take on the same core idea. As for "Explanet Vibe Cult", it sounds like the kind of club-ready deep space electro jam that you'd find on cult Sheffield label Central Processing Unit.
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Cat: CKNOWEP 15. Rel: 23 May 19
  1. Breakpoints (5:59)
  2. Aoe Advancing (5:39)
  3. Where Do We Go From Here? (5:43)
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Cat: MORKWHT 001. Rel: 10 May 17
  1. Space Station Dub (8:37)
  2. Unusual Light Curve (5:52)
  3. I Left My Dial In Pirovac (part 1) (7:40)
Review: Mork White finally launches to provide a small sub-outlet for more 'off-Mork' sounds. As the label say themselves 'exploring rougher edges and surfaces as well as some more minimalistic and stripped back areas... and a bit of sly electro.' No Moon from Manchester opens up the series with the first of two EPs. Starting off with the dark and dubby Delsin style techno of "Space Station Dub" (which was rather austere and evocative we do say), he then travels out of the darkness and into something more optimistic on the warm and hypnotic bass driven groove of "Unusual Light Curve". Finally on the flip, the title track is a deep acid journey on cruise control. All tracks featuring that all analogue quality from the machines right down to to the recording.
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Played by: Evan Michael
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Cat: MORKWHT 0015. Rel: 10 May 17
  1. I Left My Dial In Pirovac (part 2) (8:56)
  2. Everything Has A Return (7:13)
  3. Is It Vibey Is It Yolo (7:25)
Review: Mork's diffusion label sees them pushing different sonic forms from their usual outlet. No Moon opens up the series with second of two 12's full 'of vintage warmth & fire' as the label best put themselves. "I Left My Dial In Pirovac" (part 2) rolls deep through the stratosphere on this cosmic techno journey awash in ethereal pads, rusty drum computers and deep analogue bass. "Everything Has A Return" does yet more deepside electro bass as heard on the previous volume and closing the fine release out with the sublime "Is It Vibey Is It Yolo" which the label named the techno version of Don Henley's "Boys Of Summer" or something to that effect? Fair call!
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Cat: EV 001. Rel: 28 Feb 17
  1. Pretty Fly For A Lo Fi (7:22)
  2. Inspired By The Rift (6:13)
  3. Io (6:00)
  4. Return To Earth (9:00)
Review: Mancunian electronic explorer Fred Shepherd once again dons the No Moon alias, this time for a quartet of distorted, redlined machine jams on Echo Vortex. He begins in confident fashion with the razor-sharp acid lines, whistling melodies and hustling electro rhythms of "Pretty Fly For A Lo Fi", before doffing a cap to early "techno jungle" on the humid and sweaty breakbeat revivalism of "Inspired By The Rift". On the flip, you'll find the punishing, insanely distorted techno beats and braindance style electronics of "Io", before Shepherd unfurls the epic deep house/intelligent techno fusion of "Return To Earth".
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Cat: XK 006. Rel: 17 Jan 17
Deep House
  1. Manc1010101 (7:03)
  2. Nothing Else Matters (8:47)
  3. Listing Lazily To The Left (7:23)
  4. Everything's Coming Up Milhouse (9:10)
Review: Fresh from his intergalactic travels, Manchester's No Moon lands his rocket on planet X-Kalay with four more far-out sonic adventures. "Manc1010101" sets the tone and taps into his city's infamous penchant for straight-up, heads-down tech grooves with unassuming but seriously stately Geraldian chug factor. Deeper into the EP we're dive deep into the dense weaves of poignant pads and lead-like kicks on "Nothing Else Matters" and enjoy some jazzy fingers on "Listing Lazily To The Left". Finally, the brilliantly-titled "Everything's Coming Up Milhouse" closes the show with a sense of proto house tropical mystique. Limited!
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Played by: Evan Michael
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Blorp001 (12")
Cat: BLORP 001. Rel: 27 Nov 15
Deep House
  1. No Moon - "AoE Cutz" (6:18)
  2. Gnork - "Lose Control" (6:39)
  3. Douala - "Track 3" (6:09)
  4. S Channel - "Polar Express Pigeon" (5:31)
Review: New imprint Blorp is described by its' creators as an outlet for "dream music from outer space". It's a fairly accurate description, because the four tracks showcased on this first label sampler deliver spacey, Motor City-influenced deep house goodness in spades. No Moon opens proceedings with the gentle acid lines, reverb-heavy dream chords and undulating machine drums of "AoE Cutz", before Gnork doffs a cap to early '90s ambient house and intelligent techno with the luscious "Lose Control". Flip for Douala's "Untitled 1", a broken beat/ultra deep house hybrid that evokes memories of Neo Image's recent work for Pacific Rhythm, and the deep space sludge of S Channel's trippy "Polar Express Pigeon".
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The Dewi Fondop EP (grey vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: CCUF O4. Rel: 20 Mar 19
Deep House
  1. Tape Hiss - "Fade" (6:04)
  2. No Moon - "Last Track @ 64" (6:30)
  3. RVDS - "Strings Of Black" (Luv Jam Black Moon ReNiP) (5:53)
  4. RVDS - "Strings Of Black" (Luv Jam Black Moon 303 Secret NiP Tool) (2:00)
  5. RVDS - "Strings Of Black" (Luv Jam Black Moon End Of Night Secret NiP Tool) (1:58)
  6. RVDS - "Turtle Real" (4:05)
Review: We are always excited when something new emerges on North Yorkshire based Crow Castle Cuts, who present some super deep 303 house and techno excursions here on this double 12". Tape Hiss gently ease us into the EP with melodic and dreamy opener "Fade", before Manchester based producer and DJ No Moon (Fred Shepherd) serves up some deep and emotive electro with standout cut "Last Track @ 64" and Golden Pudel resident and all round Hamburg legend RVDS (Richard von der Schulenburg) presents three versions of the 303 acid epic "Strings Of Black", followed by the sunset balearica of "Turtle Real".
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