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Green Is The New Red
Cat: BASLP 003. Rel: 08 Apr 20
Techno
  1. Hope In The Dark (3:07)
  2. Green Is The New Red (8:21)
  3. The Doughnut Is Our Safe Space (6:48)
  4. Shifting The Overton Window (5:52)
  5. A Call For Civil Disobedience (6:00)
  6. Change Starts On The Fringes (3:35)
  7. Fridays For Future (4:57)
  8. Ego Versus Eco (6:29)
  9. Utopia For Realists (6:50)
Review: Although he's continued to offer up 12" singles at a steady rate, "Green Is The New Red" is still Tripeo's first album for six years. Featuring nine tracks spread across two slabs of wax, the set sees the experienced techno producer sashay between throbbing modular soundscapes (see the rhythmic but beat-free "Hope In The Dark"), layered deep house drowsiness (the fine title track), melodious deep space electro ("The Doughnut Is Our Safe Space"), Terrence Parker style organ-fired Detroit techno ("Shifting The Overton Window") and a handful of arpeggio-fired workouts tend towards the starry and glassy-eyed. It's a really strong collection of cuts, with enough variety to keep you entertained throughout.
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Played by: Tripeo
 in stock $23.59
Food For Thought (HVL mix)
Food For Thought (HVL mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BAS 007. Rel: 11 Feb 19
Techno
  1. Food For Thought (6:14)
  2. Resist (6:00)
  3. Tuesday Blues (8:11)
  4. Tuesday Blues (HVL Wreckage) (6:00)
Review: Traditionally, Darko Esser's outings as Tripeo have tended towards the hypnotic and trance inducing. It's notable, then, that his latest EP - the first Tripeo 12-inch for 18 months - mixes things up a little. "Food For Thought", for example, fixes melancholic, Convextion style musicality to crunchy, EBM-influenced techno drums, while the fuzzy, dirt-encrusted "Resist" sees the producer give deep electro an angular, lo-fi makeover. "Tuesday Blues", meanwhile, sees him stack layer upon layer of positive electronic melodies atop rubbery, Afro-house influenced techno drums before Bassiani/Horoom resident HVL rounds things off with his skittish, breakbeat-powered revision of "Food For Thought", which sounds like a giddy blast from the past despite the poignant nature of Esser's melodies.
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  1. Stijn Sadee - "Fading Ocean" (3:16)
  2. Rahsaan Nova - "Selfishness" (2:37)
  3. RDS - "Smwajkb" (6:22)
  4. Mark Du Mosch - "In A Flash" (5:39)
  5. Tripeo - "Propaganda" (6:23)
  6. Freek Fabricius - "Astronaut Prinses" (feat Yuna) (5:24)
Review: Nuno Dos Santos' ever-excellent label presents a mini-compilation of intriguing leftfield sonics from a nicely varied cast of characters, leading in with a gorgeous ambient piece from Stijn Sadee. Rahsaan Nova brings a fractured delicacy to "Selfishness" while RDS drops some dynamic needlepoint rhythm science in "Smwajkb". Mark Du Mosch has some suitably strung out jacking business to attend to on "In A Flash", while Tripeo brings the muscular, dystopian electro vibe. Then Freek Fabricius smooths things out with the gorgeous, lilting "Astronaut Prinses". If you're into artfully sculpted electronics across the tempo and style spectrum, this record comes highly recommended.
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Played by: Tripeo
 in stock $12.99
Eighth Trip
Cat: TRIP 8. Rel: 18 Sep 17
Techno
  1. Track 1 (5:39)
  2. Track 2 (6:09)
 in stock $11.13
Schmutz
Schmutz (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: TRIPCOL 1. Rel: 18 May 16
Techno
  1. Schmutz (1) (6:30)
  2. Schmutz (2) (6:06)
  3. Schmutz (3) (6:36)
 in stock $8.75
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