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They Arrive (reissue)
They Arrive (reissue) (limited 12")
Cat: CREMECLASSICS 05. Rel: 09 Apr 24
 
Electro
See It Through My Eyes (2:42)
They Arrive (5:23)
A Strange World Between (1:06)
The Wrong Direction (4:20)
It Takes Place (1:59)
One Circle (5:05)
Review: Robert Witschakowski has been a man on an electro mission (as well as many other side mission, to be really quite honest) for as long as we can remember. His furtherment of electro knows no bounds and it has often come in association with Dutch label Clone and its offshoots, though here he has his They Arrive EP reissued by fellow Dutch label Creme Organization. It landed first back in 2011 but has aged like fine wine and sounds as good as ever - there are a mix of creepy and atmospheric pieces, sick dancefloor rhythms and plenty more to enjoy here.
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Das Heise Experiment (remixes)
Cat: SOM 54R. Rel: 01 Feb 24
 
Electro
The Exaltics & Adult - "Dreizehn Habits" (6:18)
Sieben (Gesloten Cirkel remix) (6:27)
Acht (K1 Return mix) (6:15)
Zwoelf (Arpanet - Helium Shell Remodel) (5:50)
Review: To coincide with the reissue of the standout Exaltics album Das Heise Experiment, Robert Witschakowski has reached out to an all-star cast for a bonus 12" of remixes and collaborations which will only serve to add weight to the whole project. Iconic Detroit duo ADULT. team up with Exaltics on 'Dreizehn Habits', which is a vocal update of a track from the original soundtrack. Then Gesloten Cirkel jumps on for the typically incisive, edged-out machine language typical to his Bunker Releases. The mighty Keith Tucker dons his K1 cap for a punchy slice of Motor City machine funk, and then Gerald Donald's Arpanet alias locks on for a creeping, slippery excursion to close the record out on the B2.
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Das Heise Experiment (10th Anniversary Edition)
Cat: SOM 54TEN. Rel: 01 Feb 24
 
Electro
Neun (4:05)
Zwolf (4:16)
Elf (2:43)
Dreizehn (5:02)
Zehn (5:57)
Acht (5:15)
Sieben (4:13)
Zweiundzwanzig (1:41)
Vier (4:03)
Siebenundzwanzig (4:28)
Review: The Exaltics is always a dab hand at crafting cinematic sci-fi scenes out of his dystopian electro, but even he took it to another level with Das Heise Experiment. Conceived in 2013 as a soundtrack to a graphic novel, it was the perfect outlet for Robert Witschakowski's music beyond the function of a club 12". The atmospheres and moods he elicits from the Exaltics sound bank are brilliantly rendered across the whole release, which gets the ten year treatment on this reissue with striking, all-new full colour artwork which brings the visuals to life alongside the music like never before.
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It Never Ends
It Never Ends (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: RRR 008. Rel: 19 Jan 24
 
Techno
It Never Ends (4:58)
Hammerheads From Outta Space (4:34)
Corroded (From The Future) (4:45)
Dumb (1:09)
Review: You can always count on Clone's Repetitive Rhythm Research label to bring a proper, hard-edged strain of techno that matches brawn with brains. Next up on the label after a knockout record from Frequency is The Exaltics, tailoring their signature electro style to a blown-out 4/4 sound to incite a thousand sweatboxes. 'It Never Ends' is brilliantly jacking, with deep space synths on top, and 'Hammerheads From Outta Space' doubles down on brute-force kicks and dirtbag leads. 'Corroded From The Future' dips into dystopian acid from the depths, and 'Dumb MST Digital' caps the record off with a stripped back 303 workout for those who carry a torch for the glory days of Bunker Records.
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Played by: Wes Baggaley
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The 7th Planet (B-STOCK)
Cat: CWCSLP 022. Rel: 01 Jan 90
 
Techno
Landing Process (1:01)
Lets Fly The Gravity Fighter (4:01)
Lif Eono Ther Planets (feat Paris The Black Fu) (4:11)
Higher Levels (4:47)
The Long Goodbye (4:46)
The Seventh Planet (5:09)
Resurface (5:23)
They're Coming From Everywhere (4:38)
We Never Had A Chance (3:49)
Did You See Them (feat Paris The Black Fu & Mr Remy) (3:08)
We Would Do It (1:38)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Slight tear to left side of outside sleeve, but otherwise in excellent condition***


Robert Witschakowski's tunnel-like focus on the advancement of electro continues apace with this latest Exaltics transmission for Clone West Coast Series, his second album after 2019's II Worlds and his latest since the acclaimed link-up with Heinrich Mueller, Dimensional Shifting. Of course this is electro first and foremost, so the likes of 'Let's Fly The Gravity Together' will hit the pleasure centre of any machine funk aficionado, but even more special is the presence of Detroit Grand Pubahs' Paris The Black Fu offering his unmistakable MC work to 'Lif Eono Ther Planets'. Paris returns for penultimate track 'Did You See Them' alongside Mr Remy, and in between there's an abundance of electro riches to fulfil your cybernetic fantasies.
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The 7th Planet
Cat: CWCSLP 022. Rel: 11 Jul 23
 
Techno
Landing Process (1:01)
Lets Fly The Gravity Fighter (4:01)
Lif Eono Ther Planets (feat Paris The Black Fu) (4:11)
Higher Levels (4:47)
The Long Goodbye (4:46)
The Seventh Planet (5:09)
Resurface (5:23)
They're Coming From Everywhere (4:38)
We Never Had A Chance (3:49)
Did You See Them (feat Paris The Black Fu & Mr Remy) (3:08)
We Would Do It (1:38)
Review: Robert Witschakowski's tunnel-like focus on the advancement of electro continues apace with this latest Exaltics transmission for Clone West Coast Series, his second album after 2019's II Worlds and his latest since the acclaimed link-up with Heinrich Mueller, Dimensional Shifting. Of course this is electro first and foremost, so the likes of 'Let's Fly The Gravity Together' will hit the pleasure centre of any machine funk aficionado, but even more special is the presence of Detroit Grand Pubahs' Paris The Black Fu offering his unmistakable MC work to 'Lif Eono Ther Planets'. Paris returns for penultimate track 'Did You See Them' alongside Mr Remy, and in between there's an abundance of electro riches to fulfil your cybernetic fantasies.
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Retrospective
Cat: SOM 055. Rel: 12 Oct 22
 
Electro
Night Drive With Us (4:13)
0998098912 (4:07)
Second Phases (4:26)
Indescribable (0:54)
Irresistible (4:17)
The Hunch Annihilate The Planet (4:46)
Skyway Chase (4:19)
The Freefall (3:55)
Ten Years In Ten Weeks (4:31)
With The Lights Out (5:48)
Nothing's Too Late (4:27)
Reticulation Notes (6:20)
Review: Some 15 years have now passed since Solar One Music founder Robert Witschakowski debuted The Exaltics alias, and in that time the project has delivered some genuinely brilliant and far-sighted electro and techno. This compilation of highlights, which mines a variety of albums and EPs released between 2009 and 2019 (including some previously digital-only and long out of print material), is therefore well overdue. Highlights are naturally plentiful, with our picks of an extremely strong bunch including the acid-fired, mind-mangling peak-time aggression of 'Second Phases', the heavyweight star-fall intensity of 'Irresistible', the Drexcyian rush of 'Skyway Chase' and the near D&B-tempo, new wave influenced retro-futurism of 'Nothing's Too Late'.
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Some Other Place Vol 3
Some Other Place Vol 3 (hand-stamped purple vinyl 12")
Cat: CWCS 008.3. Rel: 08 Oct 14
 
Electro
Getting Closer
Never Be Enough
Can You See It?
Infinite Dimensions
SL-W D-WN
Review: We've lost count of the various projects Robert Witschakowski has been involved in this year, but the Some Other Places series of releases on Clone's West Coast Series is up there with the German's best work as The Exaltics. This hand-stamped purple 12" is the third and final part and contains some fine electro for both the dancefloor and the living room. Opening this five-track release is the snare shaking and in your face ambient intro of "Getting Closer" which is followed by a melodic and grouchy key driven "Never Be Enough". The EP's highlights are "Can You See It" and "SL-W D-WN", which respectively are dubby and mellow and dusty and break beat. Seriously, does Witschakowski sleep?
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Some Other Place Vol 2
Some Other Place Vol 2 (blue vinyl 12")
Cat: CWCS 008.2. Rel: 04 Jun 14
 
Electro
Some Other Place
Waves Of Fear
The Way Out
Different Ways
Review: As the title suggests, Some Other Place Volume 2 is the second installment of a triptych of releases from The Exaltics for The Clone West Coast series. As with previous music from the Solar One boss, the four tracks here see The Exaltics look to both American and Dutch schools of electro but the results are nonetheless distinguished by his own unique signifiers. The title track sets the tone nicely as waves of sumptuous blurred noise ride a supple skeletal rhythm, whilst "Waves Of Fear" lives up to it's paranoid title with a marauding low end bass line the dominating element on a classic slab of darkside electro. "The Way Out" is perhaps the most conventional track here, with Witschakowski laying down an atmospheric but club ready 808 workout which is still a cut above thanks to the German's arrangement skills. Which leaves room for the slower, weirder and mushy excellence of "Different Ways".
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VA EP 20 Years
VA EP 20 Years (limited marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: PUZZ 022. Rel: 06 Apr 23
 
Electro
The Exaltics - "All Of This" (5:34)
Freddie Fresh - "K-64 (Elekt-ro-Funk)" (4:17)
Neil Landstrumm - "Zosey" (4:46)
Umwelt - "Celestial Mechanics" (5:12)
Review: To mark a mighty impressive 20 years of PuZZling records in 2023, the label has put together this heavyweight mix of names for an EP that sounds as good as it looks on marbled vinyl. It's a truly global affair with artists from all over the world and The Exaltics kick off with 'All Of This', a typically rugged slide of electro. From there the quality never dips with Freddie Fresh jacking your body, the legendary Neil Landstrumm bringing his textbook machine madness and Umwelt closing down with 'Celestial Mechanics'. Old school electro, acid and techno heads take note, this is a must-buy.
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Played by: Rave Energy
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Exit Planet Earth: Radon
Cat: EPE 07. Rel: 29 Nov 21
 
Electro
The Exaltics & Paris The Black Fu - "Wea Poni Zedin Form" (4:02)
Alex Jann - "Android Memory" (5:31)
Lost Souls Of Saturn - "Rave Is Back" (6:31)
Kim Cosmik - "Moonrise" (6:58)
Review: Ralph Lawson's Leeds based 20/20 Vision label has made a distinctive shift into electro territory over the last couple years. It is a sound the boss has said has long been in his heart despite him being best known as a house head and longtime resident at Back to Basics, and the quality of the tunes he unearths to put out more than backs that up. The Exaltics & Paris The Black Fu kick off with a shiny, bright, visceral metallic electro workout then three further cuts take in dark wave drum machine rhythms and acid-laced bangers.



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