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Cat: NATURAL 013. Rel: 10 Jan 18
  1. A Violent Collision (4:52)
  2. Adriatic Front (4:57)
  3. Cyborg (4:17)
  4. Destroy This Fucking System (4:34)
Review: Mancunian lo-fi house heroes Natural Sciences are back with a bang in 2018: now giving us a second serving of throwback electro sounds courtesy of one Antonio Barbetta. He has had some great releases recently as Raw Ambassador on Mannequin and Ortloff. The Germany based Italian producer serves up what the label best described themselves as 'panzer funk and mechanised thrash metal from the shadows of Frankfurt's industrial district' and that's pretty spot on! There's the guttural futurist sludge of opening track "A Violent Collision" that will appeal to fans of Lux Rec or Return To Disorder, not to mention other excursions through heavy dystopian machine funk like on "Destroy This Fucking System". The breakneck "Adriatic Funk" is a full frontal assault that calls to mind the UK sounds of Bass Junkie & Dexorcist from a while back, while "Cyborg" is a fitting tribute to his new hometown's favourite son: the one and only Anthony Rother.
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Played by: Billy Nasty
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Cat: PLAYRJC 051. Rel: 19 Sep 18
  1. Erscheinung (5:52)
  2. Paura (5:32)
  3. Forbidden (4:40)
  4. Face 2 Face (7:53)
Review: Frankfurt's Stefan Haag aka Chinaski first made a splash on the scene a couple of years ago, with his new wave Italo-noir heard on labels such as MMODEMM, Common Thread and Uncanny Valley. It is local institution Live At Robert Johnson that has released most of his output in recent times though, and he's fast become a stalwart of the label. His new Bodies & Places EP features more of the neon-lit aesthetics you've come to know and love from the man. From the electric boogaloo of the strong opener "Erscheinung" and the dystopian electro-bass bounce of "Paura" making for a riveting listen on the A side. On the flip, we have a couple of nice slow burners to take the pressure down, with the gloomy and cinematic ambience of "Face 2 Face" closing this EP out on a John Carpenter-esque kind of vibe.
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Cat: AF 001. Rel: 14 Oct 15
  1. Timelss (4:32)
  2. Innocent Degree (4:45)
  3. Few Envy Attic (4:23)
  4. Contended Ego (4:35)
  5. Timelss (Kettel remix) (3:59)
 in stock $13.03
BNJ 004 (12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: BNJ 004. Rel: 25 Jul 19
  1. DimDJ - "Galaxy FM" (4:58)
  2. DimDJ - "AMFM" (3:13)
  3. DimDJ - "I Do It For You Because I'm A Freak" (5:06)
  4. Exhausted Modern - "A Doomsday Clock" (6:35)
  5. Exhausted Modern - "Professional Designer" (5:45)
Played by: Dmitry Distant
 in stock $12.77
Welkin EP (12")
Cat: AF 002. Rel: 31 Mar 16
  1. Humidex (6:55)
  2. 32614 (7:19)
  3. Firmanent (4:31)
  4. Debt Loop (5:37)
  5. Cyclic Ester (Xylol mix) (5:03)
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Cat: DBC4W 030. Rel: 10 May 18
  1. Night Vision (4:49)
  2. Danz (4:45)
  3. 142 MPH (4:35)
Review: Re-Release: Released in 1997, the sound of electro / techno came to a point where it had to evolve into a new and more
grounded entity, keyed into funk / space & rooted origins that reflected an ever-changing landscape throughout Detroit
and the 'Aux-Quadrant'. The bouncy bass line soul of 'Posatronix' project emerges in silence among several platforms
without hint of a proper biography or introduction. Later on the guard would be let down that an original lineup
member from AUX88 (William 'BJ Smith) either produced or inducted A spin-off group over seen by AUX...No video,
photos, or interviews accompanied the music...Now in 2018, we re-introduce these dance floor/ dj crate mainstays that
have continued to be cherished classics from the very men that not only too rhythmically-funky electro by storm, but
raised the bar and took matters into their own hands. 100% Mechanical Electronic Funk.
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RM 241218 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: RM 241218. Rel: 11 Jan 19
  1. Reptant - "First Contakt " (6:01)
  2. Tim Schlockermann - "Multitude" (4:21)
  3. CRC - "Influence Device 001 " (5:08)
  4. Lou Karsh - "Reacher" (6:14)
 in stock $10.94
Dopamine (2xLP + insert)
Cat: SUCTION 047. Rel: 28 Mar 19
  1. Dopamine (5:32)
  2. Warm Electronics Box (5:47)
  3. Tracker (5:11)
  4. Search Path 101 (5:21)
  5. Helium Spheres (6:59)
  6. Rendezvous Beacon (5:29)
  7. Those Friday Evenings... (5:20)
  8. Docking (2:49)
  9. Pulse Shaper (4:46)
  10. Floating Waves (5:13)
  11. Rx.4.a03 (5:17)
  12. Atlas Booster (3:41)
  13. Frogus Esophagus (8:00)
Review: A year on from their last deep dive into the unreleased archives of Dutch producer Erik "RX-101" Jong, Suction Records has re-opened the vaults and put together the artist's first ever full-length excursion. As with their previous archival RX-101 releases, all the material on "Dopamine" was recorded between 1997 and '99. It sees the little-known Dutch producer offer up a range of melodious and atmospheric IDM and ambient techno tracks that were massively influenced by the early-to-mid '90s output of Warp Records and the more meditative and luscious works of Richard D James as Aphex Twin and Polygon Window. It's a wonderfully emotive excursion all told; an impeccably produced and impressively sequenced set that should be considered a long lost classic of '90s electronica.
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EP 3 (12")
Cat: SUCTION 040. Rel: 21 Jun 17
  1. RX-algorythm 303 (3:49)
  2. 101 Acid Power (4:07)
  3. Clinch (5:45)
  4. Neuralgia (5:34)
  5. Sys.rx.3.a06 (3:45)
  6. Oph177-1 (4:31)
Review: The third volume in Suction Records' series of EPs featuring previously unheard late '90s productions from Dutch artist RX 101 is a thrillingly raw and wild affair. Mostly made up of tracks created using Roland's iconic SH-101 mono-synth and TB-303 bass synthesizer, it's chock full of cuts that pair razor-sharp electro beats, distorted drum hits and psychedelic acid lines. Of course, there are a few different excursions dotted throughout - see the metronomic, mid-tempo, acid techno hum of "Clinch" and ragged braindance madness of "Neuralgia", not to mention slow acid-funk wiggler "Sys.rx.3.a06" - but these feel like variations on a theme, rather than pleasant surprises. Regardless, it's an impressively forthright and exciting EP.
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Played by: M50, Shine Grooves
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Cat: SUCTION 042. Rel: 05 Jan 18
  1. Themis
  2. 101 Acid Power
  3. Sys.rx.3.a006
  4. The Quest For Ganymede
  5. MASS
  6. Saiph
  7. 7-b7
  8. Clinch
  9. Rx-algorythm 303
  10. Broken Cell Tower
  11. Transmission
  12. Return To Base Station
  13. Nerve Pinch
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Cat: SUCTION 035. Rel: 03 Apr 17
  1. Tunnel
  2. Morning Glory
  3. Like Yesterdays
  4. 101 Reasons
  5. The Calmness Of Distortion
  6. Dead End
  7. The End Of RX-101
  8. Bloom (part 1)
  9. Bloom (part 2)
  10. Clatter
  11. Hills Over The Mountains
  12. August '97
  13. If I Could Ever Get...
Review: Suction Records is thrilled to present the debut archival album release by RX-101, a bedroom techno producer from the Netherlands, Erik Jong. "Like Yesterdays" compiles 10 tracks from RX-101's first two vinyl-only 12" EPs, together with three CD/digital album exclusives. This previously unreleased material dates from 1997-1999, recorded live to cassette in a feverish burst of creativity, utilizing a small arsenal of classic techno instruments. Here's RX-101 in his own words: "From childhood I loved dance music. In the '80s one of my older brothers always recorded mixes from the radio and we always listened to that. My other brother and sister took music lessons in electronic organ and when I was about 9 years old I did the same. I quit when I was 14. From childhood I was fascinated by synthesizers. In the late '80s I started more and more listening to dance and house music and it was 1991 when I started listening to techno from labels like Underground Resistance, Transmat, Metroplex, +8 Records and Warp. That was the time I knew that I also wanted to make electronic music and build a studio. With my musical background and love for synthesizers, everything fell into place. When I heard Aphex Twin's "Digeridoo" in '92, I was completely hooked on Aphex Twin and soon discovered his label Rephlex. I almost bought every release. My friends at that time always listened to electronic music. In '92 (when I was 16) I bought my first synthesizer, a Roland Juno-106. Then I started to buy more stuff, and two years later I had a small studio with some synths, a drum machine, a Quadraverb fx unit, an Atari computer and a mixer. My Roland SH-101 is still my favourite synth. In those days I always played with my gear, but I never made a complete track or recorded something actually. After buying some more stuff in the years following, it was time to start making tracks. It was 1997 then and I was 21 years old. I started to like it very much and I was very productive then. I wanted to make music all the time. I was a student then and had plenty of time to make music. I made a lot of tracks and recorded everything to cassette between 1997 and 1999. In the early '90s I dreamt of releasing music on a record label, but in the years after that dream ebbed slowly away. I'm not sure why.... I think that's the reason I never have sent tracks or a demo to a label. In 2000 I quit school and I found a full time job. Because of this I also had less time to make music. It was a new step in my life. My passion to make music then became less. At one point I saved my tapes with my tracks in a box. In 2013, I discovered that box again. I thought it was a good idea to archive all of my tape tracks to my computer. The last time I had listened to it was 2001. In September 2013 I uploaded about 15 tracks of that old stuff to Soundcloud. About a year later I started to upload more and more stuff. I received many nice comments and I was a little bit surprised that a record company was also interested."
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Postcards (LP)
Cat: SUCTION 028. Rel: 07 Oct 14
  1. Trains & Lines
  2. Perseids Over Greenwich
  3. No, Thank You
  4. Degrees Of Frost
  5. British Cottages
  6. Postcards
  7. Seven
  8. Lost & Lonesome
  9. Six
  10. Aught
Review: The name Roger Semsroth will be eminently familiar to fans of monotonal, bleep laden techno thanks to his canon of material as Sleeparchive for his own label, Tresor, Repitch and more. Prior to becoming the staple of Berlin techno he now is, Semsroth was creating child like melodies and toy tones as Skanfrom, a project which now returns to Jason Amm's Suction Records for the first time in 12 years. Combine themes tunes and motifs from the original Zelda video game with the sounds of older Rephlex and Skam Records and you are somewhere close to understanding what Postcards, this new Skanfrom album, sounds like.
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VARIOUS
Cat: SUNCTION 043. Rel: 13 Dec 17
  1. Civil Defence Programme - "Wrong Diagnosis" (2:40)
  2. Morah - "Learned Robot" (2:58)
  3. Beau Wanzer - "Dead Heads" (2:42)
  4. Celldod - "Pulsdisco 1.2" (5:33)
  5. Ceramic Hello - "Sampling The Blast Furnace" (4:30)
  6. Digital Poodle - "Soul Crush" (Manie Sans Delire Revision) (5:07)
  7. June - "Idealized States Of Perfection" (3:37)
Review: Some 14 years after volume three first appeared in stores, Suction has decided to re-launch its Snow Robots compilation series. Happily, the quality threshold remains as high as it was first time around. The seven tracks feature a mixture of metallic electro, fuzzy minimal wave and industrial electronica, with occasional inspired forays into tongue-in-cheek electro-disco (Ceramic Blast Furnace's "Sampling the Blast Furnace" - sample lyric: "pouring passion down your throat like concrete") and druggy, ultra-muscular Italo-disco ("Pulsdisco 1.2" by Celldod). It's naturally far more killer than filler, with notable contributions from Mr Reliable himself, Beau Wanzer and former Berceuse Heroique artist Morah.
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