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  1. Milton Jackson - "Songs Without Words" (6:23)
  2. Kito Jempere - "Finland Express" (feat Noteless) (7:25)
  3. Pittsburgh Track Authority - "Oculus Sinister" (6:47)
  4. Kuniyuki - "A Night In SA" (7:45)
Review: The Freerange label ain't messing about; this fourth chapter of their 20th anniversary release is just as on-point as the previous three releases, and no less of a body mover. "Songs Without Words" by Milton Jackson is one of those house anthems you imagine looking out into the night sea on a warm summer night, full of beautiful chords and a thick pulse of a beat; Kito Jempere comes through with a similarly breezy tech-house tool on "Finland Express". On the B-side, the great Pittsburgh Track Authority speeds up the pace with the shuffling, intergalactic groove of "Oculus Sinister", and "A Night In SA" by Kuniyuki offers something a little different, a smoother, more jazzy construction with a broken beat feel that fits mighty well with us.
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Giza (12")
Cat: ARGOT 003. Rel: 12 Nov 12
Deep House
  1. Giza
  2. Crosstown Blvd
Review: The Pittsburgh Track Authority trio of Thomas Cox, Preslav Lefterov and Adam Ratana continue to flourish, here joining the Argot ranks having previously impressed for Uzuri, Further, Love What You Feel and their own Pittsburgh Tracks label. Those expecting a well judged exposition of deep house and techno however will be surprised by both lead track "Giza" and its B Side accompaniment which demonstrate a charming flexibility to their collective production palette. "Giza" is a resplendent slice of 2-step, the swift rhythmic touches blessed by luminescent melodic patterns and rapid orchestral edits that are reminiscent of a love struck FaltyDL. Complementing this, the trio engage their love of electro with the squiggly subaqueous flex of "Crosstown Blvd".
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Strenf (12")
Cat: WTR 005. Rel: 07 Mar 13
Deep House
  1. Strenf
  2. The Standard
  3. Missile 1
  4. It's Time
Review: After a decidedly busy 2012 Pittsburgh Track Authority are back in action with a new EP for Work Them Records, which sees them further expanding on their own vision for distinctive and imaginative analogue house and techno. "Strenf" is driving and acidic, but still manages to retain depth and warmth amidst the pacey tempo, while "The Standard" shines with a broken beat rhythm and snappy chord lines that make for an unusual and utterly essential kind of funk. "Missile 1" opts for a more low-slung boogie-infused kind of techno, but still has its sights set on the more futuristic notions that the best techno possesses. "It's Time" returns once more to the broken beat stance, this time getting a cheeky garage shuffle into the mix that bounces off the thick chord washes and dextrous bass growls with marvellous results.
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Cat: PGHTRACKAUTH 001. Rel: 22 Apr 13
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. I'm A Dancer
  2. All Night Long
Review: Having previously proved they are more than capable of crafting accomplished house and techno with output on Further, Uzuri and Argot, Pittsburgh Track Authority further showcase their versatility on Edits Vol 1 which sees the US trio try their hand at disco edits. Face up the Pittsburgh Track Authority edit of "I'm A Dancer" leans heavily on the electronic side of the disco spectrum, deftly opening up from taut basslines and soaring synths into a huge arrangement of horns and wobbling arpeggios. Face down "All Night Long" contains the freakiest guitar lick we've heard since an In Flagranti track circa 2005.
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Now's Tomorrow (hand-numbered limited 12" in hand-painted sleeve)
Cat: HSOC 05. Rel: 20 Jul 13
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Now's Tomorrow
  2. Feel Good
  3. Exclamation
Review: One of the tracks that helped accelerate Pittsburgh Track Authority to their current position under the spotlight, "Now's Tomorrow" first came our way as a cheeky freebie. Now delivered via hand numbered vinyl, the loopy soul is just as infectious as it was last year. "Feel Good" lives up to its name neatly thanks a thumping bassline and short, sharp vocal stabs. "Exclamation" completes the set with a cap doff to techno's north west American tendrils, all acid bubbles and hypnotising warped pads. If PTA aren't already on your radar, now is definitely the time!
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Archipelago EP (vinyl 12" with hard screened sleeve)
Cat: FUR 044. Rel: 01 Oct 11
Deep House
  1. Archipelago 6
  2. Archipelago 3
  3. Archipelago 6 (dub version)
Review: Having impressed the Juno review team back in May with their debut release on London label Uzuri, the fledgling production trio known as Pittsburgh Track Authority arise on a label closer to home in the shaped of established Seattle imprint Further Records. The Archipelago EP arrives in a gaudy hand screen printed sleeve and contains a cluster of analogue heavy deviations through Utopian soundscapes. Opening with "Archipelago 6" the PTA immediately lay down expansive waves of floating pads, allowing layers of bubbling synths and acid lines to grow amidst intuitive rhythms. There's a real charm to how the track is in a constant progressive yet restrained flux, and it attains a whole other level of emotive intent when the sweeping chords arise towards the end. "Archipelago 3" operates on a similarly dream-like level, though the track is notable for the SMD like synth patterns that are allowed centre stage over a bass heavy 808 throb, aided by some gently dubbed piano melodies. The B Side is engulfed by a Dub Version of the opening track which also operates on a nice beatdown tip at 33rpm.
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Spotlight (1-sided 12")
Cat: SPOTLIGHT 01. Rel: 09 Jul 12
Deep House
  1. Spotlight (vocal)
  2. Spotlight (instrumental)
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Cat: FS 025. Rel: 08 Dec 14
Deep House
  1. Missile 2
  2. Cara Cara
  3. Wrap Game
  4. Chromed
Review: Finale Sessions is pround to bring you another fine release with none other them Pittsburgh Track Authority they have been heating things up at the moment and we are great full to have them on label and this release is a gem for sure and we start with the first cut called "Missile 2" It is my favorite of the ep for sure with its rolling drums and its acid based textures a must have peak time jam then we have " Cara Cara" no holds bar jam with a no holds bar approach to drums and rhythm a must have for the later times of the night . Then we have " Wrap Game" this track is a dancefloor killer for sure with its massive pads and intense synth work one of my favorites on Finale Sessions to date and we dont want to forget the drums of coarse with its hipnotic rhythm . Then last but not least we have " Chromed" the first thing you notice about this track is the drums and its crazy rhythm most definetly a techno killer for sure it has massive sound to it for sure and it is not to be ignored with its deep synths and wicked key work a must have for you record collection ..I want to thank you for your support on Finale Sessions and I personally want to thank you and I love you ...
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Cat: FR 205. Rel: 10 Sep 15
Deep House
  1. Your Situation (6:01)
  2. Rt 28 (5:24)
  3. Gold Trim (6:40)
Review: Since first pricking our collective consciousness back in 2011, Adam Ratana, Preslav Lefterov and Thomas Cox's Pittsborugh Track Authority project has gone from strength to strength. Following a wealth of releases on Further Records, Argot, Rotating Souls and their own Pittsburgh Tracks imprint, they've been snapped up by Jimpster's Freerange Records. This label debut features a trio of tasty treats. Opener "Your Situation" is a breezy delight, with classic sounding synthesized strings and bubbling electronic riffs smothering a snappy groove. "RT28" is a deeper and groovier, Jus-Ed influenced affair that features some brilliantly spacey synth solos, while "Gold Trim" is a surprisingly live-sounding fusion of loose, organic drums, cascading flute solos and smooth boogie bass.
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Record Store Day 2014 (1-sided 12")
Cat: PGHTRACKAUTH 002. Rel: 02 May 14
Deep House
  1. Chauncey
  2. Robert Lux & Todd Edwards - "I've Still Got Sunshine" (Pittsburgh Track Authority remix)
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Cat: PGHTRXLP 01. Rel: 13 May 14
Deep House
  1. Genta
  2. Give Me A Chance
  3. Broader Disco
  4. Its Over
  5. Visions Of Serengeti
  6. Cutthroat
  7. Naked Triple
  8. Debonair (feat Nice Rec)
Review: In three years of operation the power-house trio Pittsburgh Track Authority have hammered out a staggering amount of high-end material, focusing on outboard methods and a classic approach to house and techno that punches hard without losing the soul. Now they present their debut album, and it delivers on all the fronts you would hope for. There's a Detroit-friendly pressure to their production style, whether dropping the sample-licking heat of "Broader Disco" or whipping up a dubby synth icing on top of snaking techno opener "Genta", but they never put a put wrong. For instant satisfaction without a compromise on ideas, you can do far worse than these eight fine sounding cuts.
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Cat: UZURI 015. Rel: 26 May 11
Deep House
  1. Duskshaped (with Nice Rec)
  2. Vertical Impact
  3. Bloodlands
  4. 77B
Review: London based label Uzuri have a sterling - and well deserved - reputation for their pure approach to releasing quality deep music, be it house, techno or anything in between. With their 14 releases to date the label have barely put a step wrong and this time they welcome a trio of newcomers who go by the name Pittsburgh Track Authority. A-Side "Duskshaped" bathes in lush analogue drums, gentle basslines and vintage synths, effortlessly showcasing the very reasons they've been signed to Uzuri. Next up "Vertical Impact" changes direction as a lightly syncopated driver, fed along by squelchy chords and the hollow drop of a wooden mallet adding a dramatic tint. "Bloodlands" and "77B" share a low slung and forever simmering feel, as reverbed percussion, dubby chord stabs and looped chanting lull us blissfully through the B-Side.
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  1. Rotunda (feat Craig Peyton)
  2. Snap Off
  3. Get Out Of Your Head
  4. Pittsburgh Rich
Review: Pittsburgh Track Authority come through with the latest release on their eponymous label, teaming up with fellow Pittsburgher Nice Recs for a four track 12" that delves deeper into the sumptuous terrains of house that the crew has already explored on Uzuri and Further. "Snap Off" is an undoubted centre piece of this release, the PTA's skill for arrangement evident throughout as the warm, heavily set groove slips through various melodic movements culminating in a wondrous concoction of playful synth patterns and shimmering chords. This is by no means the only highlight however, with "Get Out Of Your Head" exploding with reverberant colour midway through its shaken down disco groove and the stripped back drum machine flex of "Pittsburgh Rich" unfurling melodically in a similar manner.
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  1. Whim-ee - "No Mo" (feat Myles Serge)
  2. Pittsburgh Track Authority & Anaxander - "Candy Stand" (part 2)
  3. Perseus Traxx - "Take You To The Land"
  4. Lost In The Sound - "Red Light"
Review: France's fresh new techno outpost Got2Go records enter the second volume of their Four Seasons series with a multi-faceted affair from a host of underground troubadours dealing in the more menacing corners of acid-fuelled beats. Relative newcomer Whim-ee links up with Myles Serge to serve up a brooding affair steeped in restraint and eerie tones, albeit with a forthright beat propelling everything forwards. Pittsburgh Track Authority and Anaxander are not taking any prisoners with the squelch-out of their "Candy Stand (Part 2)", providing some of the most dynamic acid you're likely to hear all year. Perseus Traxx is in a typically jacking frame of mind and Lost In The Sound picks up the baton and heads further into Chicago informed nastiness.
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Four Seasons Volume 2 (hand-stamped & hand-numbered limited coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: G2G 003. Rel: 17 May 13
Techno
  1. Whim-ee - "No Mo" (feat Myles Serge)
  2. Pittsburgh Track Authority & Anaxander - "Candy Stand" (part 2)
  3. Perseus Traxx - "Take You To The Land"
  4. Lost In The Sound - "Red Light"
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