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Juno Recommends Techno

Juno Recommends Techno

Techno Recommendations September 2014
4 Sep 2014
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Cat: JG 005. Rel: 01 Sep 14
Techno
  1. In Aeternam Vale - "V8"
  2. In Aeternam Vale - "62,54hz"
  3. In Aeternam Vale - "808TS"
  4. Jealous God (Kerri LeBon mix - CD)
Review: The Jealous God label returns and it's a Gallic affair as Lyon-based hardware mangler In Aeternam Vale offers up a trio of productions that demonstrate how under rated a producer Laurent Prot is. You will probably know In Aeternam Vale from the various archival releases issued by Minimal Wave over the past few years, but the music contained on this clear dark blue 12" is of a more recent vintage. It's also superb, with lead track "V8" one of Prot's trademark extended productions that expertly builds up a gripping sense of hissing, brooding atmosphere - the usage of delay as the final third approaches is just immense. On the flip, both "62,54hz" and "808TS" are worthy of Sandwell District in their pomp and be sure to check the accompanying mix CD. Put together by Redlight SF's Kerri Le Bon, it weaves expertly from Whitehouse to Cosey Fanni Tutti via everything from Pulp, The Cabs and Silent Servant.
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out of stock $10.01
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Cat: TOKEN 46. Rel: 25 Aug 14
Techno
  1. Fixed Action Pattern
  2. Fixed Action Pattern (dub)
Review: ** REPRESS ** It seems like the last few months of 2014 are going to be quite big for a newly bearded up Surgeon with a series of enticing looking reissues of 90s material under the SRX banner due to commence soon, as well as an incoming British Murder Boys retrospective on DNS. First up, the UK techno legend makes his debut proper on Token with Fixed Action Pattern, a two-track 12? of distorted, broken beat techno tailor-made for the Belgian label. Essentially two variants of the same track, the A Side original is exactly the sort of searing, peak time wall shaker you'd expect when Surgeon meets Token, and it's complemented nicely by a B Side dub version that the label quite aptly compare to Lee Scratch Perry dabbling in industrial electronics.
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out of stock $9.20
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Cat: 107DSR/CFC 4. Rel: 01 Sep 14
Techno
  1. Depth Over Distance
  2. Plateau
  3. Rendez Vous
  4. Closer
Review: Given how prolific he's been across multiple aliases these past few years, you can forgive Boris Bunnik for the lack of output that's characterised his year so far, with just the sole Versalife 12" for Clone's Store Only Series issued. A return to his main creative concern Conforce is most welcome then and the Depth Over Distance EP suggests the Dutchman's production powers are fully recharged. Opening with the title track, Conforce's talent for captivating spacious lines and crisp refreshing drum programming is on full display whilst "Plateau" veers off into abstract territory. Powered by supple arpeggios and powerful kicks, "Rendez-vous" feels like Conforce at his most floor focused whilst "Closer" ends proceedings on a haunting, ambient note.
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out of stock $10.01
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Cat: PH 040. Rel: 04 Aug 14
Techno
  1. All I Need (Roman Flugel remix)
  2. These Nights Never End (Ricardo Tobar remix)
Review: Phantasy Sound serve up another pair of remixes from Daniel Avery's world-beating Drone Logic LP, and this time they've turned to Roman Flugel and Ricardo Tobar to deliver the goods. Flugel takes on "All I Need" and rustles up a startling peak time burner full of earworm synth shimmers that show the German producer in his most club-ready mode, while keeping a healthy dose of the low-key moody tones of his own recent output humming away in the calmer moments. Ricardo Tobar meanwhile takes "These Nights Never End" into a leftfield headspace full of fractious rhythms, heavy layers of melody and noise, and an all-round rousing atmosphere.
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out of stock $8.65
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Cat: RR 004.2. Rel: 25 Aug 14
Techno
  1. Pattern 33
  2. Pattern 73
Review: The second part of Vadim Svoboda's Patterns Selected series finds the record given over to just two studies in dubby and immersive minimal tracks with the dancefloor in mind but not ruling the roost over heady atmospherics. "Pattern 33" works with choice touches of organic percussion in amongst the more mechanical elements, with liberal reverb applied that lets the space in the mix creep over you to create an uneasy sensation. "Pattern 73" is far more soothing on the ears, working some warm chords and micro tones into a gentle but energising deep techno workout.
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out of stock $13.26
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  1. The Oliverwho Factory - "Take It Slow"
  2. Deadbeat - "Woah!"
  3. Nick Hoppner - "Track For Eb"
  4. Makam - "Girls Night"
  5. Marcel Dettmann - "Light"
Review: A second 12" sampler for Ryan Elliott's soon to drop Panorama Bar 06 mix opens with "Take It Slow", a rugged house jam of the finest order from The Oliverwho Factory and proceeds to take in cuts from former label manager Nick Hoppner, Deadbeat, Dettmann and Sushitech mainstay Makam. Individually the standard of these exclusives is remarkably high and it will be interesting to see how Elliott has slotted them all together for the free to download mix. If we had to guess, Deadbeat's superb glistening house burner "Woah" would make an appearance towards the end thanks to his high tempo, whilst Dettmann's swirling layers of ambience on "Light" feel very much like a set opener.
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  1. Newworldaquarium - "Thousand Oaks"
  2. Roman Flugel - "The Odd Lobster"
  3. Terrence Dixon - "Innocence"
  4. Borrowed Identity - "Leave Me"
  5. Tuff City Kids - "Breacher"
Review: It's the onset of a brave new era for Ostgut Ton as Panorama Bar 06 signals the label's decision to halt the manufacturing of CDs for their much loved series of mixes. Due for free download via the Ostgut site on August 11, the Berlin operation have not forgone the vinyl format with all the exclusives gathered by mix curator Ryan Elliott pressed up across a pair of 12" samplers. And boy did Elliott call in the favours with this first sampler featuring new and unreleased music from Neworldaquarium, Roman Flugel, Terrence Dixon, Tuff City Kids and Borrowed Identity. It is an overall exquisite selection, running from the ambience of NWAQ's contribution to Flugel's big room stomper and the sweeter, more playful sounds of Tuff City Kids and Borrowed Identity.
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Cat: HFT 035. Rel: 01 Sep 14
Techno
  1. Caldera
  2. Drgn 2
Review: It's fair to say Lorenz Brunner's profile as Recondite has rocketed in the two years since he last appeared on Hotflush with DRGN / Wist 365 which is largely due to getting scooped up by the Ghostly International label for last year's widely praised Hinterland LP. A lot has happened stylistically with Hotflush in this period too, though recent output suggests the label is swinging back to the sort of techno Recondite is known for. A notion qualified by this new 12". The A-side provides this Caldera 12" with a sparse and broken techno image that may have well found it's way on to Scuba's Sub:stance mix back in the day had it been around then. Meanwhile on the flip, Recondite goes for a heavy and metallic, yet soulful, sound which will appease the rootops of Ibiza revellers to the grey, concrete clubbers of Berlin.
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Cat: BP 040. Rel: 11 Aug 14
Techno
  1. Operation Neptune
  2. Surrender To The Void
  3. Paint It Black
  4. Paint It Black (reprise)
Review: The techno-not-techno music of Samuel Kerridge has made its way to one of techno's most techno labels in Blueprint. Since it reintroduced itself in 2009, James Ruskin's operation has embraced the more experimental side of the genre in similar ways to Stroboscopic Artefacts without venturing as far away from the dancefloor. This release by Samuel Kerridge is the furthest Blueprint has travelled to date and over four tracks Kerridge rains down a thunderstorm of industrial and gothic mayhem that sounds like a power station being ravaged by lightening from the top and ripped apart by the underworld from the bottom.
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out of stock $8.39
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Cat: EDITSELECT 018. Rel: 01 Sep 14
Techno
  1. Teste - "The Wipe" (Edit Select 2014 edit)
  2. Edit Select & Teste - "Ascend"
Review: Teste are back, but not without reminding us why they are so revered. Their track "The Wipe, originally released in 1992, is often credited as a forbearer to a style of techno described as bassline driven, and a style long championed by Munich label Prologue. So before Teste release any new music, Edit Select has extended their famous cut so the wormhole experience of "The Wipe" can last all the more longer. The real treat though is "Ascender", a brand new production between Teste and Edit Select which is similar to "The Wipe" only it swaps foreboding sounds for something lighter and the results are transcendental.
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Cat: PTL 003. Rel: 11 Aug 14
Techno
  1. Two Hundred
  2. Judd
  3. Forever Your Girl
  4. Van Der Valk
Review: A second collaboration by Perc and Truss has surfaced and it adds to the situational, high intensity techno both are delivering London clubs at the moment. Across eight tracks the two have released as Perc & Truss you can now begin to pinpoint some of the individual elements from both producers. Here it comes through on Truss' straight-laced and hammered-down percussion and the caustic acid lines similarly heard on his MPIA3 alias, particularly "Forever Your Girl". On the Perc side of things, the speakerphone vocal of "Two Hundred" is reminiscent to those used on his Power And The Glory LP, as is the light electrical hum of distortion across the intermittent snares of "Van Der Valk". And if you're after a big old kick drum, look no further than "Judd".
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out of stock $8.65
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Cat: SUED 008. Rel: 25 Aug 14
Techno
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
Review: The Sued label is fast approaching the status of labels like Laton and Acido in our collective heart here at Juno, and SW's latest record for the label is a perfect example of just why. While the first part of SW's Reminder offered a euphoric slice of techno that sounded like Shed going all-out with his more '90s ambient tendencies, this second record is a much more nuanced affair. The minimal yet driving percussive sounds of "Track 1" are complemented by the most delicate of synth backdrops, while "Track 2" sounds like the essence of Chicago house distilled down to the atomic level. "Track 3" is a much more straightforward deep house jam, and "Track 4" may call Mr Fingers to mind, but there's enough mathematical oddity in the rhythms to please the fans of more experimental fare as well.
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out of stock $9.47
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  1. Eastern Renaissance - "42A 19' 53 N"
  2. Mike Parker - "Night Of 21 Hours"
  3. Echologist - "Burn Permit"
  4. Stanislav Tolkachev - "The Right Side Of Hell"
Review: Though largely a platform for full artist releases, Mike Parker's Geophone label does dabble in the occasional various artist release and the last one (GPH19) really set the bar high with contributions from Voices From The Lake, Stanislav Tolkachev and that sensational Shifted remix of Parker. For this latest issue, Tolkachev is invited back to the label and he provides a chaotic "The Right Side Of Hell" which sounds like X-101 gone wrong (in a good way), while Eastern Renaissance's "42A 19' 53 N" is like hearing Warp's LFO mixed together with Prologue techno. Echologist, aka Brandon Moeller, provides a beat down and pulsating "Burn Permit" - and as you'd expect, Mike Parker throws down some deep and throbbing modulations on "Night Of 21 Hours".
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out of stock $10.81
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Cat: RR 004.4. Rel: 25 Aug 14
Techno
  1. Pattern 34
  2. Pattern 42
  3. Pattern 58
Review: Hitting the fourth and final part of his Patterns Selected series, Vadim Svoboda is happily indulging his penchant for finely chiselled minimal house that nods to the refined, slender electronics of SND as much as it does more dancefloor concerns. On the A side "Pattern 34" takes on a twitchy, fiddly arrangement that works clicky rhythms around erratic bleeps and squeaks with a playful spirit and a spooky atmosphere. "Pattern 42" has a more groovy demeanor, hopping as it does around a shuffling house groove with delicate flecks of hats and snares caught in a jazzy funk. "Pattern 58" heads off into more circular beats with a dubby outlook and a little more melodic intrigue to accompany the finely balanced percussion.
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out of stock $13.26
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Cat: 3024 KJL2. Rel: 01 Sep 14
Techno
  1. Fonts For The People
  2. Penny's Groove
  3. Tepper
Review: With speaker racks still settling after being put to the test by his recent third LP The Air Between Worlds, DC's most foremost Dutchman Martyn looks to have wasted little time in returning to matters of a 3024 nature. The label's latest release comes from Doms & Deykers which may sound like a new name, but is in fact a collaborative effort from Martyn and compatriot Steffi. Using their respective surnames, the first fruits of Doms & Deykers is the three-track Fonts For The People 12?, which seems perfectly balanced between the pair's tastes and sounds. The title track is proper rude acid-flecked breakbeat rave primed for the dankest of basements, whilst "Penny's Groove" retains the 90s hardcore vibes but steers proceedings towards housier terrain. Final cut "Tepper" trades in the immediacy in favour of introspection. More of this please Ms Doms and Mr Deykers!
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out of stock $9.47
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Cat: RR 004.1. Rel: 25 Aug 14
Techno
  1. Pattern 21
  2. Pattern 60
  3. Pattern 16
Review: Kicking off his quadrilogy of twelves for The Double R, Vadim Svoboda shows off just what makes him such a compelling force in the minimal marketplace with three studies of reduced rhythm and tense atmospherics. "Pattern 21" kicks things off with a jerky shuffle and a healthy smattering of displaced sounds that flirt with finely threaded melodic hums, while "Pattern 60" opts for a more experimental sojourn into delicate broken beats and haunting synth lines. For those craving more of that bumping minimal house goodness, "Pattern 16" should more than deliver as a crisp swinging funk comes galloping in to get asses wiggling in the most concise way possible.
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out of stock $13.26
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Cat: SHIP 024. Rel: 01 Sep 14
Techno
  1. The New Beginning
  2. Coroded
  3. Downwards
  4. Downwards (Unit Moebius Anonymous remix)
Review: Since first surfacing under The Exaltics guise back in 2007, Robert Witschakowski has graced a stellar cast of labels including Bunker, Creme Organization, Panzerkreuz, and Modal Analysis and this year has seen him arise on the Clone West Coast series for a tryptich of Some Other Place releases and remix Marcel 'two tone' Fengler for Ostgut Ton. The addition of Dutch label Shipwrec to his ever bustling discography with this Twelve EP makes perfect sense within the context of the music they've released thus far, and this is a fine addition to anyone that considers themselves to be an Exaltics completist. Lead cut "The New Beginning" sounds like Gesloten Cirkel remixing "Deep Burnt", whilst "Coroded" fully lives up its title, and look at what's hiding on the B Side. A remix of "Downwards" from Bunker royalty Unit Moebius Anonymous. Killer twelve!
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out of stock $9.73
18
Cat: DELFT 004. Rel: 18 Aug 14
Techno
  1. LA 4A - "Sweat"
  2. LA 4A - "Harness"
  3. Matrixxman - "Escort Service"
  4. Matrixxman - "Acid City"
Review: So you've got the dancefloor in the palm of you hand after playing the latest Head High 12, but how do you keep them there, dancing? LA 4A's lead cut "Sweat" from this split EP with Matrixxman, that's how. It's acid techno that straddles the perfect temperature between lukewarm and too hot; it's just right. The A2, "Harness", still has an acid vibe, but this time around it sounds more like Plastikman beaten down and remixed by the Restoration crew. Meanwhile Matrixxman delivers gritty flexes of rave in a track that fluctuates between something like Yello's "Oh Yeah" and Claude Von Stroke's "Who's Afraid Of Detroit", while "Acid City" sounds like Steve Poindexter's "Work That MotherFucker" with DJ Pierre on the 303.
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out of stock $8.93
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Cat: RR 004.3. Rel: 25 Aug 14
Techno
  1. Pattern 55
  2. Pattern 13
Review: For the third installment in his Patterns Selected series Vadim Svoboda works a little dubwise magic into the icy tendrils of his stripped-down style on The Double R. "Pattern 55" especially shows this off as choice reverb hits wash out over the agile and positively trim beat. "Pattern 13" gets into a skippier frame of mind that hovers just beyond being a rock solid dance track, instead finding inspiration in a choice snippet of jazzy piano and a healthy dose of swing on the hi hats. Compared to much minimal stagnation, these tracks fizz with energy and invention at every turn.
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out of stock $13.26
20
Cat: PROTEZ 035. Rel: 18 Aug 14
Techno
  1. Autumn
  2. Dark City
  3. Mwind
  4. Id51b
out of stock $10.28
21
Cat: LOVE 097. Rel: 11 Aug 14
Techno
  1. 40 Years Under The Cosh
  2. Frontin'
Review: Sean Canty and Miles Whittaker make a swift return to the Testpressing series with a sixth installment arriving just a month after the excellent TP#5. The superbly titled "40 Years Under The Cosh" finds the Demdike pair wedged in the punishing crawlspace between Detroit Techno and vintage grime for six thrilling mind bending minutes, with the track gradually falling apart at the seams as the middle of the track draws close. Fans of both Pharrell Williams and Demdike Stare (there must be one or two) will probably express disappointment that "Frontin" isn't a cover of the big hatted fella's noughties hit; instead it's a brutal exercise in lurching industrial wave that will fry the brain cells of unsuspecting individuals.
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out of stock $11.63
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Cat: SFRLTD 01. Rel: 04 Aug 14
Techno
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
Review: Former Berlin dwellers Hinode have been burrowing their own path into deep and purposeful house music on their Science Fiction imprint, and they're at it once again with this gutsy four-tracker. "Track 1" brings an old-skool trance feel to the bass synth the duo deploy, while the beats move with a strict purpose and the cosmic arpeggios round out the tough edges. "Track 2" lingers in a more esoteric analogue electro mindset offset by surreal swathes of pad, before "Track 3" on the flip drops a tougher salvo of crisp drum machine hits and strafing bass. "Track 4" takes things back to a more primal jacking sound, but there is still plenty of room for alien synth tones to inject some weirdness into the mix.
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out of stock $11.09
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Cat: MACHINE 003. Rel: 18 Aug 14
Techno
  1. Ben Sims - "Raw Hide"
  2. Ben Sims - "Strike 2"
  3. Kirk DeGiorgio - "Dark Fire"
  4. Kirk DeGiorgio - "Dread"
out of stock $7.56
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Cat: NON 013. Rel: 11 Aug 14
Techno
  1. Burn
  2. Jackin (part 2)
  3. Lost
Review: When it comes to stabbed-up, drum machine sequenced techno, Psyk is a go to producer. The producer's Maan alias is Manuel Anos' stripped-back take on his dub-tailored style of club music which is less brooding than the Spaniard's other productions. It's also Maan which defines the Non Series sound, which on this EP is best heard via the staccato-driven, cowbell filled "Burn". For a deep rhythm track there's "Jackin (Part 2)" - something you'd imagine Steffi playing to beef up the vibes in Pbar - while "Lost" loops a vocal like Robert Hood would as Floorplan.
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out of stock $7.30
25
Cat: RAWAX 005LTD. Rel: 04 Aug 14
Techno
  1. Ez
  2. Snowdawn
  3. Gameshope
  4. Safari
  5. I Paid £5 To Come In & I Want To Hear Rihanna
out of stock $11.09
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