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Inertia #2 (12")
Cat: INERTIA-2. Rel: 19 Oct 11
Techno
  1. Mercelus - "24/7"
  2. Sigha - "Finding Myself"
  3. Redshape - "Static"
  4. Area Forty One - "CNTCT"
Review: The second Ann Aimee Intertia sampler arrives, with four rugged cuts from Marcelus, Sigha, Redshape and Area Forty_One - all plucked from Delta Funktionen's upcoming mix for the Delsin sub-label. "24/7" by Parisian producer Marcelus opens proceedings; a loopy, visceral and hypnotic slab of concrete funk which shares A-Side spoils with Sigha's Sandwell District-esque paranoid throbber "Finding Myself" - one of those tracks where you discover new subtle sonic touches with each listen. Flip over for the 12"s most incendiary moment - the dusty thump of "Static" by Redshape - before Area Forty_One serves up our pick of the bunch: "CNTCT" is epic, there's simply no other word for it.
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out of stock $8.09
Cat: HFCD 009. Rel: 14 Nov 12
Techno
  1. Mirror
  2. Ascension
  3. Puritan
  4. Scene Couple
  5. Translate
  6. Suspension
  7. Dressing For Pleasure (Ideal)
  8. Faith & Labour
  9. Delicate
  10. Dressing For Pleasure (Extract)
  11. She Kills In Ecstasy
  12. Aokigahara
Review: First emerging on Hotflush in 2009 with the immersive dub techno meets dubstep stylings of the Bruised/Expansions 12", Sigha has used Paul Rose's label as a base to finesse his production approach creeping ever deeper into the murky recesses of 4/4. After numerous Hotflush releases as well as a dalliance with the high profile Blueprint, not to mention the foundation of his own Our Circular Sound imprint, Sigha presents his most concise artistic vision with Living With Ghosts. The 12 track album presents Sigha as an artist eminently capable of existing in the crawl space between finely sculpted Berlin techno and ethereal moments of finger pricking ambience. The producer's past in bands and love for the sonic terrorists like My Bloody Valentine and Slowdive remains a subtle element throughout, perhaps breaking through to brandish such influences most overtly on the rumbling nine minute cut "Translate" or the bleak Downwards worthy murk of "Dressing For Pleasure (Ideal)".
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Living With Ghosts (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: HFLP 009. Rel: 14 Nov 12
Techno
  1. Mirror
  2. Dressing For Pleasure (Ideal)
  3. She Kills In Ecstasy
  4. Purtian
  5. Dressing For Pleasure (Extract)
  6. Suspension
  7. Translate
  8. Delicate
  9. Aokigahara
Review: First emerging on Hotflush in 2009 with the immersive dub techno meets dubstep stylings of the Bruised/Expansions 12", Sigha has used Paul Rose's label as a base to finesse his production approach creeping ever deeper into the murky recesses of 4/4. After numerous Hotflush releases as well as a dalliance with the high profile Blueprint, not to mention the foundation of his own Our Circular Sound imprint, Sigha presents his most concise artistic vision with Living With Ghosts. The 12 track album presents Sigha as an artist eminently capable of existing in the crawl space between finely sculpted Berlin techno and ethereal moments of finger pricking ambience. The producer's past in bands and love for the sonic terrorists like My Bloody Valentine and Slowdive remains a subtle element throughout, perhaps breaking through to brandish such influences most overtly on the rumbling nine minute cut "Translate" or the bleak Downwards worthy murk of "Dressing For Pleasure (Ideal)".

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out of stock $9.10
Cat: LWG 001. Rel: 30 Oct 12
Techno
  1. Scene Couple
  2. Brood
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Cat: OCS 001. Rel: 28 Oct 10
Techno
  1. Early Morning Lights (Marcel Dettmann remix)
  2. Over The Edge
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Cat: HF 031. Rel: 14 Feb 12
Techno
  1. Something In Between Us
  2. Where I Come To Forget
  3. How To Disappear
  4. Drown
Review: Given the broad spectrum of Hotflush's output, it's easy to forget Sigha's place on the label's roster, given that his concise sound has always been far more aligned with the concrete Berghain sound than the colourful palette of his labelmates. However, there's a warmth in his sound that makes his place on the label appropriate, especially on this superb EP. "Something In Between Us" opens with an ambient flourish of warm chords - it's a stark contrast to "Where I Come To Forget" with its solid kick drum and dry percussion, but there's something about Sigha's production that coats everything in a subtle warmth, free of the mechanical feel of some of his German peers. "How To Disappear" provides further warmth - rather than cold, hard edges, its hypnotic arpeggio ripples invite you in like a warm spring. Even though "Drown" which follows is a fairly bleak finish with only subtle clicks to carry it forward, it envelops you in a blanket of crackly sonics. Highly recommended.
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Cat: OCS 009. Rel: 12 Dec 13
Techno
  1. 352 Lashes (Ideal)
  2. Hard Lines Soft Skin
  3. My Blood Is Gold
  4. Grace
  5. Track 5 (locked groove)
Review: With only a matter of days left in 2013, Sigha sneaks in his first solo release of the year with the four-track (plus locked groove) EP called A Series Of Desecrations. Like all of James Shaw's music, his titles are as colourful as his music, like the tough minimalisms of "352 Lashes (Ideal)" or the spaced-out "Hard Lines Soft Skin". The B-side's "My Blood Is Gold" is a statically super-charged, noisier version of the EPs opener, and the same can be said about "Grace" when compared to "Hard Lines Soft Skin". A beatless locked groove closes the EP providing a leftfield challenge for the adventurous vinyl DJ.
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out of stock $7.59
Cat: AVN 014. Rel: 11 Apr 14
Techno
  1. Loop One
  2. Loop Two
  3. Loop Three
  4. Loop Four
  5. Loop Five
  6. Loop Six
Review: The Purification Loops may be Sigha's debut proper on Avian, but the Berlin-based producer is no stranger to the label operated by Shifted and Ventress. There have been numerous Sigha remixes on Avian releases since the label was established, and Avian have also revealed he was behind the self-styled "S & M techno tools" project A Vision Of Love. Some six tracks deep, The Purification Loops find Sigha "blurring the lines between the dance floor and the ritual chamber" and it fits right in with the direction explored recently by anonymous Swedish duo SHXCXCHCXSH on their Avian return. Prolonged repetition seems to be the order of the day, even if this takes a more meditative form on "Loop Three" or club ready in others - "Loop Four" and "Five" seem destined to test the structures of the more heady techno clubs.
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Shake (12")
Cat: HFT 011. Rel: 22 Jun 10
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Shake
  2. Shapes
  3. Light Swells (In A Distant Space)
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Bruised (12")
Cat: HFT 004. Rel: 27 Jan 09
Techno
  1. Bruised
  2. Expansions
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Rawww (12")
Cat: HFT 010. Rel: 30 Nov 09
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Rawww
  2. Hold Your Head Up To The Light
  3. Untitled #2
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Cat: HFT 007. Rel: 08 Jun 09
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. On The Strip
  2. Remembrance
Played by: Alley Cat
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Cat: BP 032. Rel: 25 May 11
Techno
  1. I Am Apathy, I Am Submission
  2. The Black House
  3. Between Here & Yesterday
Review: Sigha joins James Ruskin's venerable Blueprint label with this three track EP showcasing his techno chops following a slew of dubsteppish releases on the likes of Hotflush. "I Am Apathy, I Am Submission" opens with the kind of kick drum that can chisel through granite, and is soon enveloped by disconcerting synth stabs and aggressive atmospherics. The money moment arrives when the pounding drums return after the second breakdown! In a word, epic. Sharing the B-Side is "The Black House" and "Between Here & Yesterday", with the croaking instrumentation and peak time thud of the former complimented by the moody atmospherics and skipping hats of the latter.
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Cat: OCS 002. Rel: 21 Jun 11
Techno
  1. The Politics Of Dying
  2. Over The Edge (Shifted remix)
  3. The Politics Of Dying (James Ruskin remix)
Review: Sigha wastes no time in treating us to more of his pressurised, crunchy techno - swiftly following that crucial Hotflush release with the second drop on his own imprint Our Circula Sound. If heads were impressed when Dettmann was enticed into providing a remix for the last twelve then those same heads will be further dazzled with the accompanying remixes cast for "The Politics Of Dying", with both James Ruskin and Shifted onboard. This shouldn't shift the spotlight away from Sigha however as the original title track is filled with the sort of metallic textures and tightly wound rhythms that are perfectly suited for the dark spaces. The mysterious Shifted takes on "Over The Edge" and delivers a darkly brooding techno odyssey with controlled percussion rattles and dubby nether regions. Ruskin hogs the B Side with an elongated version of the title track delving deep into the dystopian ether with menacing results.
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TOKEN 84 (12")
Cat: TOKEN 84. Rel: 13 Jul 18
Techno
  1. Circular (5:40)
  2. Gliss (5:20)
  3. Flare (6:09)
  4. Hum (5:51)
Review: After the celebrated Metabolism LP from last year, Sigha is back with a 4-track cut for TOKEN84. This untitled record remains understated, playing with variations on a theme whereby the similarities exist seemingly to illuminate the differences between the tracks. The relationship between Circular and Hum is reminiscent of Sigha's 2016 New Puritan flip on the earlier offering of Puritan from 2012; with Circular presenting a tight, meditative loop in high-mid frequencies while Hum inhabits a similar space, only seemingly from a distance. If those two are close, measured and controlled, the other tracks on the record demonstrate more freedom and abandon. Gliss is huge and heavy, while Flare's sonic elements interact playfully and scatter as the piece progresses.
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Played by: Kessell
out of stock $9.10
Metabolism (2xLP + CD)
Cat: TOKEN 70LP. Rel: 22 Feb 17
Techno
  1. Suffocate (1:30)
  2. Down (6:31)
  3. Stabbing (6:45)
  4. Porcelain (4:23)
  5. Strobing (6:22)
  6. Coming Apart (3:13)
  7. Black Massing (5:13)
  8. Interior (6:01)
  9. Her (4:28)
  10. Morning Star (6:27)
  11. Positice Mutilation (1:46)
  12. Porcelain (Ideal) (2:11)
  13. Suffocate
  14. Down
  15. Stabbing
  16. Porcelain
  17. Strobing
  18. Coming Apart
  19. Black Massing
  20. Interior
  21. Her
  22. Morning Star
  23. Positice Mutilation
  24. Porcelain (Ideal)
Review: Hotflush alumnus Sigha has long been a masterful exponent of dark and gothic techno, developing a signature style that puts pitch-black textures and paranoid atmospherics at the heart of the action. Metabolism is the producer's second full length, and his first since joining Token in 2015. The 12-track set is in a similar vein to his previous work, with the 12 tracks flitting between deep and intricate explorations, more forthright workouts, and clandestine cuts that shy away from easy categorization. It's a formula that guarantees consistently impressive results.
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Pluralism (12")
Cat: BP 042. Rel: 08 Dec 15
Techno
  1. Pluralism (6:42)
  2. Desire (6:31)
  3. Demonstration (6:40)
Review: Pluralism presents more of the sure fire banging techno that you've come to expect from James Ruskin's Blueprint and Sigha alike. Title track "Pluralism" features a savage 808 stomp that bangs and hisses all over the shop beneath a hypnotic analogue melody and white noise. "Desire" crosses over into electro for a moment it seems, until its breakbeat turns into an off kilter four to the floor stomp, blended with Sahko style bleeps and evil snarling sub bass. Finally "Demonstration" is a restrained and minimal excursion featuring whirling analogue melodies, modular white noise hiss and a subdued dusty rhythm.
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Cat: TOKEN 63. Rel: 18 Aug 16
Techno
  1. Christ Figures (8:02)
  2. New Puritan (9:05)
Review:  Very few can do po-faced, gothic techno as eloquently as the UK's dark lord Sigha, the Our Circula sound main man returning on Belgian hard techno imprint Token with the rather restrained "Christ Figures" which makes up for the kind of aggression most usually associated with him (and the label), with its exploration in tension, texture and functionality. Second offering "Puritan" explores the same path of dystopian hypnotism in the tradition of greats like Mike Parker or Donato Dozzy; strap yourself in for this one, it's one wild journey!
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out of stock $8.61
Cat: AVN 014CAS. Rel: 04 Aug 16
Techno
  1. Loop 1 (4:58)
  2. Loop 2 (5:04)
  3. Loop 3 (5:03)
  4. Loop 4 (4:15)
  5. Loop 5 (4:44)
  6. Loop 6 (4:54)
out of stock $9.62
Techno Derivatives (cassette limited to 100 copies)
Cat: AVN 020CASSETTE. Rel: 04 Aug 16
Techno
  1. 02 (4:51)
  2. 04 (5:46)
  3. 06.5 (1:09)
  4. 09 (3:57)
  5. 12 (6:48)
  6. 14.5 (4:05)
out of stock $10.12
Cat: TOKEN 70CD. Rel: 04 Apr 17
Techno
  1. Suffocate
  2. Down
  3. Stabbing
  4. Porcelain
  5. Strobing
  6. Coming Apart
  7. Black Massing
  8. Interior
  9. Her
  10. Morning Star
  11. Positive Mutiliation
  12. Porcelain (Ideal)
Review: Hotflush alumnus Sigha has long been one of the UK's premier exponents of dark and gothic techno, developing a signature style that puts pitch-black textures and paranoid atmospherics at the heart of the action. Metabolism is the producer's long-awaited second album, and his first since joining the Token label back in 2015. The 12-track set continues in a similar vein to his previous releases, serving up moody, club-ready cuts that veer from the deep and intricate to the intense and forthright, via the kind of clandestine, otherworldly fare that's deliciously difficult to pigeonhole. Predictably, it's a formula that guarantees consistently impressive results.
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Cat: TOKEN 56. Rel: 14 Oct 15
Techno
  1. Our Father (7:56)
  2. A Better Way Of Living (7:02)
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Techno Derivatives (12" in die cut sleeve)
Cat: AVN 020. Rel: 12 May 15
Techno
  1. 02 (4:53)
  2. 04 (5:47)
  3. 06.5 (1:06)
  4. 09 (3:55)
  5. 12 (6:43)
  6. 14.5 (3:58)
Review: At last, our UK compatriot Sigha reappears on the excellent Avian label, pretty much the most consistent techno label to have surfaced over the last five years...and we deeply thank Shifted and Ventress for their continuity. Techno Derivatives is more daring than Sigha's other work for the imprint, where the EP is split into six parts, six segments of broken analogue techno - not for chin-strokers but for open-minded dancers! The beats are grainy, almost sandy, and they rarely fall into a steady 4/4 pattern as usually expected from the both the artist and the label. The tunes almost feel like pieces of noise loops that have been torn down and reassembled into some sort of techno flavour and there's a clear sense of rising climax, where the stuttering strands of percussion grow and retract with utter ease. This LP is something else, a real breath of fresh air in a genre that can become so easily sterile. Ya need this!
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out of stock $8.35
Cat: TOKEN 77. Rel: 01 Nov 17
Techno
  1. Black Massing (Wata Igarashi Dusk Falls remix) (6:25)
  2. Morning Star (Marco Shuttle remix) (7:41)
  3. Down (Function remix) (6:50)
  4. Black Massing (Wata Igarashi Daylight Breaks remix) (6:54)
Review: Techno's dark lord James Shaw aka Sigha released some pitch black techno experiments on the Metabolism LP for Belgian peak time techno specialists Token earlier this year. His second album now gets a series of fantastic remixes by some of the most distinct talents of the scene at present. Japanese hypnotic techno expert Wata Igarashi serves up not one but two remixes of "Black Massing". First up is is the Dusk Falls remix which deconstructs trance in the vein of Donato Dozzy into an epic, hyperaware, strobe-lit ascension to the stratosphere. His second on the flip is the Daylight Breaks remix - this is more subtle/ethereal in nature and allows those floaty melodies and multi-layered pads to do most of the work. Further proof that Italians do it better comes in the form of Marco Shuttle's rework of "Morning Star". This sees the Berlin based producer take you for a journey deep into the exotic on this downbeat experiment in trace induction. Elsewhere, veteran producer Function delivers the goods as always - his fierce and tunnelling remix "Down" is undoubtedly the most straight ahead offering here.
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out of stock $9.37
ISS 003 (12")
Cat: ISS 003. Rel: 02 Feb 18
Techno
  1. Sigha - "Mother" (6:35)
  2. SNTS - "Fearless" (6:30)
  3. Dadub - "From Form To Function" (5:15)
  4. Positive Centre - "In Extracts" (6:59)
out of stock $11.39
Separation (12")
Cat: IME 014. Rel: 20 Nov 09
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Sigha & Spherix - "Separation"
  2. Spherix - "Lesser People"
out of stock $8.09
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