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5 Years Compilation Part Two
  1. Arcanoid - "Rabid"
  2. Ed Chamberlain - "Does Ape"
  3. Trolley Route - "You Don't Like Me, You Just Wanna Try Me"
  4. Plant 43 - "Silent Pool"
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10 X
10 X (12")
Cat: SEM 10X. Rel: 11 May 17
Electro
  1. Arcanoid - "Urgull" (5:28)
  2. Jimmy Edgar - "Private" (Ideograma remix) (6:12)
  3. Plant43 - "Spider Silk Structures" (6:26)
  4. Annie Hall - "Kanji" (5:07)
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EP001
EP001 (12")
Cat: BLEEP43 EP001. Rel: 16 Apr 12
Electro
  1. ERP - "El Camino"
  2. Plant43 - "Teflon Jacket"
  3. Orphan - "View From Delfgauw"
  4. Jo Johnson - "Coarse Materials"
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World Electronix Volume 4
  1. ERP - "Burp"
  2. Sync 24 & Deixis - "Ah Ah Ah"
  3. Plant43 - "GJ 1214b"
  4. Steve Allman - "Evolution Technology"
Review: Sync 24's Cultivated Electronics imprint brings "The World Electronix" series to a fittingly slick climax with this four-track adventure into electro's most twisted pastures. Gerard Hanson's ERP project ignites the show with a heavily textured trip to the most unforgiving peripheries of the cosmos, Sync 24 & Deixis's "Ah Ah Ah" is a full-on acid assault while the bulbous bass and warm kicks on Plant43's "GJ1214b" remind us of electro's undiluted funk roots. Finally Steve Allman closes the show with his Cultivated Electronics debut "Evolution Technology". Stark, slippery and bolstered with bullet-proof beats and a heady, muscular bass riff, it's a fantastic finale to this essential cultivation collection.
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Trust XV-III
Cat: TRUSTXV III. Rel: 04 Nov 15
Electro
  1. The Exaltics - "Flexible Horizon" (4:14)
  2. Plant43 - "Infected Biome" (7:23)
  3. Adapta - "Black Orpheus" (5:11)
  4. Epy X Micromega - "Halcyon Days" (5:24)
Review: DJ Glow's long running TRUST label returns with the closing installment of its TRUST XV trilogy of releases which once again canvasses the finest names currently making electro music. Closing contributions come from The Exaltics, Plant43, Adapta, and Epy X Micromega and this is a must have 12" for any fans of the genre. Solar One man The Exaltics is first up, laying down some dank sonic dystopia in the shape of "Flexible Horizons" which offers a nice contrast the purist electro styles of "Infected Biome" by Plant43. There's a nice crunchy feel to Adapta's bass heavy contribution "Black Orpheus", whilst "Halcyon Days" from Epy X Micromega ends a fine record on a contemplative note.
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Elephant Road
Cat: 11 LTD100. Rel: 21 May 10
Techno
  1. Annie Hall - "Ansia"
  2. Annie Hall - "Natron"
  3. Annie Hall - "Wine And Beats"
  4. Plant 43 - "The Eldrich Meadow"
  5. Plant 43 - "Extrasolar"
  6. Plant 43 - "Corporeal Boundaries"
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Frozen Monarch
Frozen Monarch (clear vinyl 12" 再出版)
Cat: FR 026. Rel: 24 Sep 20
Electro
  1. Halflight (6:37)
  2. Frozen Monarch (3:06)
  3. Cloud Cocoon (6:26)
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Density Wave
Density Wave (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PLANT43 001. Rel: 20 Jul 20
Electro
  1. Density Wave
  2. Dream Archive
  3. 21 Winters
Review: Plant 43 is the quintessential electro stalwart, truly immersed in the sound and forever finding new realms of inspiration within the well-worn formula. Following the largely ambient The Countless Stones album on his newly minted label, the man known as Emile Facey now switches stance for some propulsive excursions that will keep his ardent followers more than satisfied. "Density Wave" splits the difference between ethereal pad moods and bruising machine funk, while "Dream Archive" keeps things sparse, deep and heavy. "21 Winters" piles on some of the most dramatic synth work we've heard from Facey in a hot minute, bringing serious levels of bombast to the electro arena and retaining that distinctive edge we expect from a Plant43 record.




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Red Horizon: Electric Eclectics Ghost Series
Red Horizon: Electric Eclectics Ghost Series (green vinyl 12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: FUND 018EE026. Rel: 22 Oct 19
Electro
  1. Red Horizon (part 1) (1:47)
  2. Red Horizon (part 2) (5:56)
  3. Physical (5:40)
  4. Face The Sky (7:27)
  5. Rebuilt From Ashes (5:49)
Played by: Tagwell Woods
out of stock $19.92
The Sentient City Awakens
Cat: SEM 054. Rel: 04 Jul 19
Electro
  1. Inward Stream (6:29)
  2. Twilight Sequence (6:17)
  3. Hydro Subway (5:48)
  4. Bioluminiscent Trees (5:28)
  5. Frond Of Stars (3:10)
Review: Although Emile Facey has been producing as Plant 43 for roughly six years, the UK producer appears to be in a rich vein of form right now. Having debuted in impressive fashion on Dutch label Frustrated funk earlier this year, Plant 43 resurfaces on Semantica with this equally worthy five track 12" The Sentient City Awakens. No stranger to Svreca's label having first graced Semantica last year, this record will please Plant 43 fans no end, with "Inward Stream" and "Hydro Subway" showing equal reverence to melody and booming percussion that few other current electro practitioners can match. Concluding production "Frond Of Stars" is beautifully epic.
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Three Dimensions
Three Dimensions (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: CPU 01001000. Rel: 28 Mar 19
Electro
  1. Neon Vista (6:22)
  2. Three Dimensions (5:24)
  3. Lo-res Dreams (6:37)
  4. Disrupt & Disobey (6:24)
  5. Mono Sky Monolith (7:41)
  6. Orange Neon Display (5:40)
  7. Check The Resolution (6:22)
  8. Exoplanet Transmission (5:31)
Review: While he may have been serving up sporadic albums and singles since the mid 2000s, Emile Facey AKA Plant43 has never been in better form than he is right now - as last year's superb ambient album on Shipwrec proved. "Three Dimensions", a thrillingly spacious, melodic and intergalactic album that marks his debut for Central Processing Unit, is similarly impressive. This time round he's once again showcasing the deep and evocative style of futurist electro that has long been his staple sound. The results are uniformly outstanding, from the triple-time shuffle of "Orange Neon Display" and starburst warmth of "Check The Resolution", to the spiraling synthesizer supernova of "Disrupt & Disobey" and the ultra-deep and dreamy bliss of "Lo-res Dreams".
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From Deep Streams
From Deep Streams (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: SHIPLP 07. Rel: 21 Jun 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Sea Of Stardust (8:21)
  2. Banished Voices (6:30)
  3. Roots Grow Deeper (7:40)
  4. Soft Twilight Field (5:10)
  5. Under The Willows (7:25)
  6. Cloud Iridescence (5:21)
  7. Brush Of Twigs (10:28)
  8. Hawthorne & Hornbeam (6:43)
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Edge Of The Wood EP
Cat: EUDEMONIA 001. Rel: 21 Mar 18
Electro
  1. Porcupine Meadow (7:36)
  2. Edge Of The Wood (5:58)
  3. The Toll Gate (11:20)
Review: Electro veteran Plant43 (AKA British producer Emile Facey) has previously released on some particularly notable labels, including Frustrated Funk, Shipwrec and Central Processing Unit. Here, he helps launch new label Eudemonia, an imprint that promises to give a proportion of record sales to the Musicians Without Borders charity. Happily, Facey hits the spot from the word go, where the dreamy and otherworldly "Porcupine Meadow" offers a near perfect blend of deep space chords, life-affirming electronics, cascading, ice-bright synthesizer melodies and bustling electro beats. "Edge of the Wood", a deeper and more Drexciya-influenced chunk of melancholic electro, is equally as impressive, while closer "The Toll Gate" - a beatless but fast-paced fusion of swirling synthesizer arpeggio lines and bass pulses - is as blissful as it is arresting and ear-catching.
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Frozen Monarch (repress)
Cat: FR 0262017. Rel: 23 Mar 17
Electro
  1. Halflight (6:34)
  2. Frozen Monarch (3:09)
  3. Cloud Cocoon (6:28)
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Grid Connection
Cat: SHIP 044. Rel: 26 Jan 17
Electro
  1. Grid Connection (6:39)
  2. Gathering Storms (6:34)
  3. Wire Wound (6:12)
  4. Cirriform Surface (5:37)
Played by: Tagwell Woods
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Weightless In The Void
Cat: CPU 00100101. Rel: 10 Nov 16
Electro
  1. Archived Memory (6:22)
  2. Weightless In The Void (6:45)
  3. Will I Dream (5:44)
  4. Edge Of Consciousness (5:38)
  5. The Lightning Veil (3:18)
Review: Emile Facey aka Plant 43 got his start releasing on seminal early electro imprints such as the now defunct Ai Records, as well as several EPs for Semantica and this very EP here; his second for Sheffield's always impressive Central Processing Unit. This is electro purism at its finest right here. From the breakneck, aquatic electro-funk of opening track "Archived Memory"or "Will I Dream", to the sombre and brooding darkwave flirtations of the title track or "Edge Of Consciousness". This is retro-dystopian-futurism at its finest.
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Mycology
Mycology (12")
Cat: AC 19.
 
Electro
  1. Crowned Earthstar
  2. Amethyst Deceiver
  3. Destroying Angel
  4. Tongues Of Fire
Played by: Tagwell Woods
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Return To The Sentient City
Cat: SEM 069. Rel: 25 Feb 15
Electro
  1. Chain Of Memories (7:04)
  2. Ascendant Machines (4:42)
  3. Ubicomp Malfunction (5:43)
  4. Amphibious Architecture (7:00)
Review: Bleep43 crew member Emile Facey, aka Plant43, returns for one of his irregular conceptual forays on Svreca's Semantica Records. Continuing the theme of his previous two Semantica releases, the four strong suite of intense electro revolves around Facey's sonic travels through the imaginary Sentient City. If you have indulged in previous Plant43 output you will know the London artist possesses a masterful range and it's displayed wonderfully here. Opener "Chain Of Memories" combines ripples of richness with the instantly gratifying snap of 808 programming, whilst "Ascendant Machines" is a wonderful example of his ear for melody. B side opener "Ubicomp Malfunction" veers into alien territory whilst "Amphibious Architechture" offers a contemplative finale.
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Scars Of Intransigence
Cat: SHIPLP 02. Rel: 22 Oct 14
Electro
  1. Dormant Technology
  2. Unnamed Resistance
  3. Cavernous Bones
  4. Fire Burning Inside
  5. The Coldest Rule
  6. Wounding Words
  7. Emerald Abyss
  8. Pale Reflection
Review: Even if you weren't aware of his affiliation with the long running Bleep43 collective, a brief glance at the Plant43 discography of producer Emile Facey would suggest heavy involvement in underground electro. Frustrated Funk, Semantica, Central Processing Unit and AI Records are all labels Facey's work has surfaced on and it's great to see him add the blossoming Shipwrec operation to this list with his first Plant 43 LP in some four years. Programmed to be equally suited to home listening or club play, Scars of Intransigence feels like a classic LP in the making with eight tracks of deep, rippling electro that haunt and excite in equal measures. Spend more time with the album and the undercurrent of dystopian despair does begin to seep through as Facey uses his machines to translate his dissatisfaction at ill-run governments and greedy corporations with little regard for how misused and abused Earth is becoming.
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Radiant Flux
Cat: CPU 00000011. Rel: 30 May 13
Electro
  1. Radiant Flux
  2. Cold Operator
  3. Tellarium Snow
  4. Cogs Are Turning
Review: As you'd expect from Planet 43, "Radiant Flux" is all about undiluted, pristine electro and a showcase of the genre's potential thereof. The creative spread is evident from the very first two tracks as "Radiant Flux" goes for the jugular with sharp-toothed breakbeats and layers of sub-zero synths while "Cold Operator" is about 20BPM slower and fuelled by total melodic emotion. The emotion and mournfulness is taken to a whole new level on "Tellarium Snow" while "Cogs Are Turning" completes the set on an early 90s Orbital style 4/4 note. Beautiful.
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Driven By Magnetics
Cat: AC 11. Rel: 21 Jun 12
Electro
  1. Driven By Magnetics
  2. Resynth (remix)
  3. Ghost Light
  4. Organic Synthesis
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Dreams Of The Sentient City
Cat: SEM 041. Rel: 26 Apr 12
Electro
  1. Neon
  2. Stellar Nursery
  3. Metamaterial Cloaking
  4. Fluid
out of stock $10.09
Burning Decay
Ai
Cat: AI 031L. Rel: 08 Oct 10
Electro
  1. Gravitational Collapse
  2. Tidal Locking
  3. Burning Decay
  4. The Silver Finger
  5. Andronicus
  6. Quiet Sun
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Grey Sky Cracks
Ai
Cat: AI 018EP. Rel: 28 Sep 07
Leftfield
  1. Bronfraith
  2. Grey Sky Cracks
  3. Bristle White Trees
  4. Gas Frame Canal
out of stock $6.36
Split 1
Split 1 (LP)
Ai
Cat: AI 014E. Rel: 29 Apr 06
Leftfield
  1. Light Pollution
  2. Sidelight
  3. Hollow
  4. Flechte
  5. Can You Smell Maths?
  6. Zig Zag
  7. Hiddenarea
out of stock $5.30
Element: Water
Element: Water (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: EL 002. Rel: 25 Jun 18
Electro
  1. Plant43 - "Hydrocarbon Seas"
  2. Gestalt - "Ecosystem"
  3. Maroje T - "LA Confidential"
  4. Jack Roland - "Osmotic Potential"
Review: After kicking off with a selection of artists pushing hard on the serious electro tip, Latvian label Electronic Leatherette is back once again with another round of smartly chosen protagonists plying their machine funk wares. Plant43 are the most established here, dealing in immaculate Drexciyan funk of the most aqueous kind. Gestalt is equally on killer form with "Ecosystem" while Maroje T taps up the noir mood to perfection on "LA Confidential." Jack Roland's crafty "Osmotic Potential" is a smart B2 reach - loaded with detail and production chops while exploring a more mysterious atmosphere in the process.
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The Expression Of Emotions In Man & Animals EP
Cat: ELER 002. Rel: 09 Oct 12
Electro
  1. Plant 43 - "Blue Skyways"
  2. Valmass - "Gallano"
  3. Yard - "Cascade"
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Emerald City
Emerald City (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VR 001.1 . Rel: 20 Feb 17
Techno
  1. John Shima - "Omni" (7:08)
  2. Plant 43 - "Light The Way" (5:28)
  3. Mihail P - "Prismatic" (6:43)
  4. Leigh Dickson - "Follow" (6:05)
Review: Given the UK's lust for non 4/4 dance music, it seems like a crying shame that we don't produce more electro labels on a constant basis. Luckily, Verdant Recordings and us are on the same wave-length, and the label have answered our wishes with a heavy debut EP from a mixed bag of new and interesting talent. Fatal Tangent member John Sima steps up first with "Omni", a glitchy, metallic slice of deep techo, while Semantica's excellent Plant43 verges into more traditional Detroit pathways with the supremely industrial "Light The Way". Mihail P's "Prismatic" launches an all-out attack thanks to a bubbling succession of bass shots and hazy synth waves, leaving Leigh Dickson's "Follow" to take the tempo down with "Follow", a majestic, cold-hearted, pseudo acid bombshell wound down to head-nodding levels.
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Circadian Rhythms
Ai
Cat: AI 022LP. Rel: 27 Jun 08
Electro
  1. The Third Man - "Circadian Rhythms"
  2. Najem Sworb - "Rodstac"
  3. Planet 43 - "Warehouse Window"
  4. The Third Man - "Time & A Half"
  5. Najem Sworb - "Padreduct"
  6. Planet 43 - "Hydrodynamic Escape"
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