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Suspended Animation EP
Cat: AC 005. Rel: 22 Jan 21
  1. Florion Heights (8:27)
  2. Comfort Zone (6:13)
  3. The Mothership (9:34)
Review: The Alien Communications universe expands with addition of a new sister imprint Space Dust. It kicks off with Bolam's adventurous Suspended Animation EP, a trip though space powered by a stylish mix of electro and techno. 'Florion Heights' sets off on the vogue with slippery drums and synths and nice cosmic pads that lead to a euphoric crescendo. 'Comfort Zone' has a more pensive and thoughtful vibe thanks to the suspensory pads and last of all, 'The Mothership' slows right down on churning drums with hopeful rays of melody shine through.
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Apophenia
Apophenia (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BAREC 012. Rel: 11 Jan 21
  1. White Mane Horse & Deputy Bender - "Intro" (3:35)
  2. -=UHU=- - "No Body Knows Electro" (5:43)
  3. Theory Of Noise - "In Waves" (5:34)
  4. Olloy - "Sh23-p-m2" (5:15)
  5. Rnbws - "Steel Voices" (5:23)
  6. Theory Of Noise - "Mission" (3:50)
Review: If you can feel a chill in the air it must mean there's more arcane sorcery being cooked up in the Blind Allies labs. This Latvian label are surely providing some of the strongest strains of pitch-black underground electro from lesser known operators in the machine funk catacombs. On this new various artists 12", White Mane Horse and Deputy Bender fire off sleek and sinister rhythms while UHU has a little tongue in cheek fun behind the veil of icy whispered vocals and nervy bleeps on "No Body Knows Electro". Theory Of Noise sound taut and robotic, Olloy keeps things plush but noirish, Rnbws fires off a high-definition sound and Theory Of Noise returns for the simply brilliant "Mission".
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Floppy's From The Main Frame (reissue)
Cat: OMAGGIO 013. Rel: 22 Jan 21
  1. Return To The Planet Detroit (6:47)
  2. Super Breaker (12" instrumental) (5:52)
  3. Computer Pop (6:02)
  4. Instrumental Mars (6:02)
Played by: Marco Febbraro
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Yossi Amoyal Presents Fluere IV
  1. A1 People - "Do It" (Metamatics remix)
  2. Kosmogonik - "Circuitry"
  3. Silicon Scally - "Relay"
  4. Matt Chester - "November Pathways"
  5. CiM - "Recursive"
Review: Since Zip and Villalobos made it one of their coveted deep digs to be heard pealing out of a thousand after hours sessions, the Metamatics remix of A1 People has been a teasingly out of reach dream grab for many a minimal electro head. Now Yossi Amoyal has done the good deed of getting the track remastered and repressed as part of his Fluere series toasting 15 years of Sushitech. As well as that masterclass of elegant machine funk, there's also Kosmogonik's mind-bendingly brilliant 'Circuitry', Silicon Scally's body-popping electro-noir 'Relay' and Matt Chester's melancholic 'November Pathways' to keep your up-all-night marathon sets peppered with spangled surprises.
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Sombras EP
Sombras EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ISLA 24. Rel: 11 Jan 21
  1. Confusion (5:18)
  2. Copas (5:29)
  3. Sombras (5:18)
  4. Delirio (5:41)
Review: Ambien Baby's Isla label is back at it with a new release from Dosis, and it's a hot one. Steeped in noirish electro and minimal wave moods, the lead track 'Confusion' strikes a mood somewhere between vintage Dopplereffekt, Front 242 and Doxa Sinistra with Spanish vocals. 'Copas' is more evocative, using an electro template to express a melancholy which stands apart from the gutter-dwelling creepiness found elsewhere on the EP. 'Sombras' strikes a balance between the two extremes, whereas 'Delirio' submits to a more pure machine-rooted abandon punctuated by a tough rhythm, and does so in style.
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The Mirror Of A Soul
Cat: CHILD THIRTEEN. Rel: 18 Jan 21
  1. Detone (2:20)
  2. In Old Times (6:29)
  3. The European Knight (2:44)
  4. Why (4:53)
  5. Ffm Graffiti Scene (4:56)
  6. Dreamscene (4:37)
  7. Soul Balsam (5:26)
Review: 
Unknown to most and originating from Frankfurt am Main, Electrodefender has been tirelessly working away for over 20 years. And those credentials shine though in his fantastic new 12" for Childhood Intelligence. It's a real adventure with a melancholic start before 'In Old Times' mines a rueful and melodic electro vibe and 'The European Knight' then casts itself adrift in a cosmic universe. Mood is always high on this artists agenda and he delves into contemplation on 'Why' and joy on 'Ffm Graffiti Scene,'amongst others.
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Saturn Flow
Cat: CWCS 016. Rel: 22 Jan 21
  1. Saturn Flow (4:42)
  2. R U Ready (4:17)
  3. Unite (4:24)
  4. OK OK (4:50)
  5. Feel Like We Used 2 (4:52)
  6. Tha Hobbyist (4:58)
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Moderated Lies
Moderated Lies (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: INFILTRATE 07. Rel: 11 Jan 21
  1. Moderated Lies (4:59)
  2. The Least Resistance (5:46)
  3. Propeller (4:59)
  4. Logicphrenia (5:37)
Review: Alex Jann continues to be a vital force within the contemporary electro scene. Following standout spots on Unknown To The Unknown, DMK and Censor over the past couple of years, he now lands on Burnski's Infiltrate label with some especially taut, heads-down gear for those looking to stretch out the dynamics of their machine funk DJ sets. 'Moderated Lies' is a snappy, eerie workout with a rasping snare and nagging low-end synth hook, while 'The Least Resistance' works deeper dimensions of texture and atmosphere around a snaking beat. 'Propeller' is a more malevolent affair that ups the tempo and fires off a more snarling, acidic sound palette. 'Logicphrenia' revels in the richest sound design of the EP, sounding like an orchestra of malfunctioning machines locked into a serious groove. That's a good thing, obviously.
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Return To Life
Return To Life (limited 12")
Cat: BLKMUSIC 008. Rel: 20 Jan 21
  1. Ready Set Flow (7:28)
  2. Sevn (7:30)
  3. To The Moon (5:03)
  4. Shadow In The Maze (8:02)
Review: Miami's Blkmarket Music are back with T.A.O. which is a collaboration of label chief Taimur with fellow NYC transplant Amo and Ostara. On the A side, we have the evocative breaks of 'Ready Set Flow' reaching near psychedelic moments in the vein of '90s rave legends Rabbit In The Moon, while 'Sevn' ventures further into ominous territory, beginning in half time grey area d'n'b style before lunging straight for the jugular in intense 4/4 impact. Proving there is more variety in the trio's repertoire is the UK style street sound of 'To The Moon' on the flip, with its skippy beats and infectious keys, followed by some trippy afterhours microhouse on 'Shadow Of The Maze' reminiscent of Amo's releases on Vatos Locos and Dissonant.
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Thug Life
Thug Life (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: INFILTRATE 06. Rel: 08 Jan 21
  1. Trauma (5:26)
  2. Phobia (5:10)
  3. Thug Life (5:47)
  4. Conflict (4:43)
Review: Macedonian producer Stojche joins the Infiltrate stable for a bout of classy, moody electro with bags of personality hot on the heels of his Urban Chaos LP for Tangible Assets. 'Trauma' builds towards an emotive crescendo, while 'Phobia' twitches in a more dystopian framework that rushes at a formidable tempo. 'Thug Life' keeps things edgy with razor-sharp lead lines that shimmer and shudder around the hard-stepping beat. 'Conflict' rounds things out with a more melancholic mood shaped out by choice chords that drape themselves over the snap of the snare and rapid hats.
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Alte Seele
Alte Seele (12")
Cat: 145 DSR. Rel: 22 Jan 21
  1. Alte Seele (4:42)
  2. Alte Seele (Voiski remix) (7:08)
  3. Alte Seele (Vril & Marcel Dettmann Bass mix) (4:57)
  4. Alte Seele (His Master Voice remix) (6:17)
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Exit Planet Earth: Nitrogen
Exit Planet Earth: Nitrogen (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: EPE 03. Rel: 23 Nov 20
  1. Radioactive Man - "One Out" (6:09)
  2. Annie Hall - "Invisible Dust" (5:10)
  3. Sansibar - "Tamagotchi" (7:28)
  4. VC-118A - "Moss" (5:55)
Review: 20/20 Vision continue to celebrate their renewed electro vigour with the third part in the Exit Planet Earth series, once again calling on a crack team of machine funkers to deliver the robo-goods. Radioactive Man is up first with 'One Out', which finds the original Lone Swordsman on impeccable form teasing and testing his rubbery synth flex around a needlepoint groove. Annie Hall follows up in fine style with the dreamy lilt of 'Invisible Dust', while Sansibar locks into something a little dirtier on the dungeon boogie of 'Tamagotchi'. VC-118A's 'Moss' completes the set in a spellbinding fashion, dropping the tempo for something a little more exploratory with plenty of mystical atmospheres and tweaked FX fills marking out an evocative soundscape.
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Played by: Wes Baggaley
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Two Minutes To Midnight EP
Cat: PARTOUT 602. Rel: 14 Dec 20
  1. Fata Morgana (5:21)
  2. Hidden Key (5:40)
  3. Two Minutes To Midnight (6:44)
  4. Elephant's Toothpaste (5:46)
Review: The Partout label turns its attention back to its UK series with a fine four tracker here from Bufo Bufo. The whole thing is steeped in UK sounds with elements of rave never far away. 'Fata Morgana' has a dumpy beat that swings from one foot to the other while old school stabs light up the track from above. 'Hidden Key' ups the ante with a more hard hitting groove and more old school motifs, this time in the bass. 'Two Minutes To Midnight' is the waviest of the lot with sirens going off, rinsing breakbeats and turbo charged bass going deep. 'Elephant's Toothpaste' then cut up a more lumpy groove with bleeps and pulses making it a soothing groove for 5am.
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Enter The Dragon
Enter The Dragon (12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: DTRV 005. Rel: 17 Dec 20
  1. Ghetto Tek (3:37)
  2. Ghetto Tek (Beatprocessor Repimp) (3:53)
  3. MIBA (4:05)
  4. Relay (4:42)
  5. The Masters (4:06)
  6. My Computer (4:15)
Review: The latest 12" on the matter of factly named Detroit techno label comes from the boss Mollison Folson aka Body Mechanic. Opener 'Ghetto Tek' is a minimal techno tick with a rugged rhythm and cold sound design. The Beatprocessor Repimp rework flips it into a more punchy electro jam with sleaze and streetwise swagger and 'MIBA' then plays with bendy bass and bare house kicks. There is real future cyborg funk on the restless 'Relay' which has beautifully programmed kicks and hits. 'The Masters' and 'My Computer' are two squelchy, mechanical electro bangers you'd only get from Detroit.
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No Bio
No Bio (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: STB 02. Rel: 14 Dec 20
  1. No Bio (8:54)
  2. Decent (6:27)
  3. Waves Of Enceladus (7:18)
Review: Save The Books launched in October 2020 with a release from Russian producers DJ Snils and Every Korner, and now they're back with this sureshot from TX. 'No Bio' is a spellbinding track that ranks amongst the finest electro drops of the year, plumbing some serious depths thanks to a warm and cosy pad tone while keeping the rhythmic elements fresh and engaging. 'Decent' taps into a particular thread of electro that favours a more expressive sound palette beyond the rote 808 hits commonly used elsewhere, calling to mind the clubbier end of Ultramarine in the process. 'Waves of Enceladus' is the consummate B2, cooling things down to explore a more mellow dimension of the TX sound with sparkling results.
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Played by: Session Victim
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A Piece Of Beyond
A Piece Of Beyond (limited 180 gram silver vinyl 3xLP + insert)
Cat: SUB 044. Rel: 23 Apr 18
  1. It Begins (4:57)
  2. The Stalker (8:19)
  3. Power Outage (6:23)
  4. The Chase (7:05)
  5. Dreamers 9 (5:27)
  6. All My Heart (7:48)
  7. Sweat (6:43)
  8. Freestyle (6:20)
  9. RIP (feat Aaron-Carl) (5:44)
  10. Lectronimo (5:15)
  11. Workings Of The Inner Circle (3:19)
  12. Tell The Story (8:19)
Review: Detroit techno hero DJ Bone is ever prolific these days, with his Differ-Ent alias releasing an epic triple LP release on Don't Be Afraid last year. A Piece Of Beyond marks the second DJ Bone studio album, and it finds him in an exploratory mood. "It Begins" is a unique exercise in synth wobbles and military drum programming, while "The Stalker" heads into the deepest and farthest corners of the quintessential Motor City techno sound. "The Chase" takes on a cosmic, break-infected stance that calls to mind spiritual jazz as much as techno, while there's more classic styles to be enjoyed on "Dreamers 9" and the absolutely stomping "Sweat".
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Shat Pop
Shat Pop (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LWKMUS 008. Rel: 28 Jan 19
  1. Shat Pop (Saldes mix) (5:58)
  2. Shat Pop (Flood1 remix) (6:03)
  3. Shat Pop (Electro mix) (5:52)
  4. Shat Pop (Ambient mix) (5:54)
Review: Lustwerk Music presents a mysterious new entity known simply as The Fock. With little to no background information, this record stakes its own claim within the Galcher-verse by offering up a range of mixes of "Shat Pop." The "Saldes Mix" is a proper immersion heater of cerebral techno, while the nervy, stomping "Flood1 Remix" is credited to White Material regular Young Male. The "Electro Mix" has a squelchy, boogie-inflected palette offset by woozy atmospherics, and the "Ambient Mix" unsurprisingly does away with the drums and drifts in limbo with a disembodied tannoy announcement for company.
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Played by: Secretsundaze
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Shuzzbuzz
Shuzzbuzz (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GROOVE 15. Rel: 30 Jan 17
  1. Shuzzbuzz (Robin Ball Electro mix) (7:17)
  2. Shuzzbuzz (original re-master) (5:50)
  3. Shuzzbuzz (Robin Ball House mix) (6:16)
  4. Booma (original re-master) (5:05)
Review: As swathes of DJs and dancers get ever more into classic and niche electro from the 90s, Groovepressure has reformed to bring back some of its highly sought-after releases and keep the Discogs sharks at bay. With a fresh re-master and some new mixes to boot, the label makes a wise choice for its third reissue by picking up the record they first put out, Resonators' "Shuzzbuzz". The original mix and its B side "Booma" sound better than ever with a bit of modern spit 'n' polish, but then Robin Ball's electro and house versions of "Shuzzbuzz" push the classic into exciting new realms without losing that all-important old-skool flavour.
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More Than Meets The Eye
More Than Meets The Eye (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: XK 022. Rel: 17 Dec 20
  1. More Than Meets The Eye (5:32)
  2. This Silence Is False (4:30)
  3. Double Planetoid (5:24)
  4. This Silence Is False (Tred remix) (5:10)
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Return To Planet X'trapolis
LKR
Cat: LKR 010. Rel: 18 Dec 20
  1. Enter Atmosphere (6:54)
  2. Planet X'trapolis (6:43)
  3. Forest Of Squamata (4:09)
  4. Native Mushrooms (5:39)
  5. The Outcast (5:18)
  6. Temple Of Reptilius (5:29)
  7. March Of The Repazoids (7:08)
  8. Dilapidated Environment (6:41)
  9. Gecko Force (4:51)
  10. Outermission (2:16)
Review: Mysterious Australian electro artist Reptant has a lavish, lizard based back story to his debut album that hangs around him getting help from the so-called 'Gecko Force' to protect his home planet, X'trapolis. Other than that, it has always been his searing electro sounds that have done all his talking, and now we get the fullest offering of those yet on this fantastic album which comes on the label he runs, LKR, outta Melbourne. After an atmosphere-setting opener it's a full throttle journey through the cosmos with inventive rhythms, sheet metal snares and a wealth of aline life forms all colouring the grooves.
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Played by: Wes Baggaley
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Summernesia EP
Cat: LOA 004. Rel: 30 Dec 20
  1. Summernesia (6:54)
  2. What Is The Meaning Of Life (7:03)
  3. Lights Out (7:16)
Review: Electronic Leatherette's Heretic Electro imprint returns with this tasty timeless trio of tracks from Russian soul-mover Low Tape. All tapping into that primordial analogue soup from which we still all sup today, 'Summernesia' pays homage to that mid 80s US proto house and the charm of the likes of Mr Fingers, 'What Is The Meaning Of Life' takes us deeper into the cosmic cosmos with a weave of guitar twangs and Ozric meanderings before 'Lights Out' closes on a brooding dystopian electro tip. Beautiful.
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7 Deadlies
7 Deadlies (12")
Cat: TF 005. Rel: 22 Jan 21
  1. 7 Deadlies (8:13)
  2. 7 Deadlies (Flaw mix) (8:35)
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Confusion (remastered)
Confusion (remastered) (heavyweight vinyl 12" in embossed sleeve)
Cat: 019029 5665906. Rel: 02 Oct 20
  1. Confusion (8:03)
  2. Confused Beats (6:19)
  3. Confusion (instrumental) (7:12)
  4. Confusion (Rough mix) (7:43)
Review: Although the single that followed it, 'Blue Monday', remains New Order's most significant and influential club cut, 'Confusion' is every bit as impactful. It was recorded with Arthur Baker and John Robie, and mixed by John 'Jellybean' Benitez, and saw the Manchester band turn their hand to the then brand-new sound of New York electro. As this re-mastered reissue proves, the track still sounds superb, offering a unique mix of the band's usual hazy, post Joy Division guitars, evocative Bernard Summer vocals and ultra-tough beats from Baker and Robie. As it did first time around, the full-length mix (A1) comes backed by two dub-style club revisions ('Confusion (Instrumental)' and the sparse, effects-laden B-boy classic 'Confused Beats'), as well as the demo version (the 'Rough Mix').
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New Beats The House (reissue)
Cat: DE 166. Rel: 27 Feb 18
  1. New Beats The House (5:14)
  2. New Beats The House (remix) (5:07)
  3. New Beats The House (Jared Wilson remix) (5:10)
  4. Move You're Assit (Acid version) (7:15)
Review: Greyhouse was the first of many aliases adopted by Dutch DJ/producer Marcel Hol. In the late 80's the first signs of 90's optimism and euphoria started. Marcel was young, creative and ambitious because he got his hands on some new equipment like the sampler. Electronic music was within reach. Greyhouse landed a recording contract with Hip Hop Records, a dance label founded by Erik Van Vliet based in Rotterdam. In 1989 he released his debut single "Move To The Groove / New Beats The House." Renaat Vandepapeliere from R & S Records cleverly spotted the record's potential. re-releasing it with "New Beats The House" as the A-side With this new exposure the song became one of the biggest hits of a New Beat sub-genre called Hard Beat.
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Techno Pop
Techno Pop (heavyweight vinyl LP + booklet)
Cat: STUMM 308. Rel: 12 Nov 09
  1. Boing Boom Tschak
  2. Techno Pop
  3. Musique Non Stop
  4. Der Telefon anruf
  5. House Phone
  6. Sex Objekt
  7. Electric Cafe
Played by: Rising Sun
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Yossi Amoyal presents Fluere: Collectors Edition (Black Tote Bag Version)
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Yossi Amoyal presents Fluere: Collectors Edition (Black Tote Bag Version) (4xLP in tote bag (black canvas with white screen print) limited to 75 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: SUSH 50B. Rel: 14 Dec 20
  1. GES - "Helmut Schmidt Plays Bach" (dub)
  2. Mathew Jonson - "Freedom Engine"
  3. Brawther - "Serpent"
  4. Benjamin Brunn - "A Rivulet In Paradise"
  5. GES - "Helmut Schmidt Plays Darius Milhaud"
  6. Jin Choi - "High Quality Schal" (Baby Ford remix)
  7. Sten - "Circles"
  8. Mark Broom - "Gira"
  9. Edward - "Sender"
  10. Steve O'Sullivan - "Paracelsus"
  11. Steve O'Sullivan - "Paracelsus" (Alchemy mix)
  12. Two Lone Swordsmen - "Felt Under Pressure"
  13. Matt Chester - "Never See Us"
  14. A1 People - "Do It" (Metamatics remix)
  15. Kosmogonik - "Circuitry"
  16. Silicon Scally - "Relay"
  17. Matt Chester - "November Pathways"
  18. CiM - "Recursive"
Review: As part of Sushitech's 15th birthday celebrations, label founder Yossi Amoyal has compiled an extensive compilation which shares the imprint's story through records that inspired him over the years. All four 12"s which make up Fluere are compiled here on the Collectors Edition (Black Tote Bag Version) which is limited to 50 copies. Features legend Baby Ford who delivers a typically subdued yet mesmerising rework of Jin Choi's 'High Quality Schal' , as well as a couple of sublime hi-tech soul journeys by Canadian producer Matt Chester (11th Hour Recordings), Dial Records co-head Sten on the contemplative techno of "Circles" and some classic IDM by CiM ('Recursive') and A1 People ('Do It' - Metamatics Remix).
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Life Cycles
Life Cycles (2xLP)
Cat: CE035 LP. Rel: 15 May 20
  1. Music Is Life (8:59)
  2. This Is Not (3:33)
  3. Electro Electrical Sounds (5:12)
  4. Vast (4:58)
  5. LU (5:05)
  6. Boogie Electro (4:58)
  7. Live@Motor 1998 (3:05)
  8. Stasis V2 (5:59)
  9. Panda J (5:10)
Review: In 1995, The Advent - then a duo, now the solo project of founder member Cisco Ferreira - released debut album "Elements Of Life". Unlike some of the Advent material that followed, it wasn't all hard techno intensity, offering up just as much hard-wired electro futurism. New album "Life Cycles" doffs a cap to that set both in style and presentation, though it's all-electro approach is arguably more sonically similar to 2003's "Light Years Away". Ferreira's take on electro tends towards the tougher end of the spectrum, with weighty basslines and industrial-strength TR-808 drums being peppered with spacey sounds, bleeping melodies and foreboding acid lines. It's aggressive and dystopian rather than deep and melodic, keeping dancefloors in mind throughout. Crucially, it's also really good.
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Crux Alley
Cat: CPU 01011101. Rel: 10 Dec 20
  1. Mind Bubbles (5:18)
  2. Polymorphic State (3:10)
  3. Orbital Rendezvous (4:25)
  4. Antagonist (part 6) (3:59)
  5. Dopamine City (5:05)
  6. The Legacy (3:31)
  7. Neutral Current (3:37)
  8. Tower 13 (3:38)
Review: Central Processing Unit welcome cross-genre fusionists Biochip for another spelling bind album that mixes up electro, IDM, brain dance and plenty of in between sounds. At times their style sis as smooth and liquid and Drexcyia, at others more gnarly and dark. 'Mind Bubbles' is the gurgling opener with nimble drum programming, and from there things really take off with the gliding and icy grooves of 'Polymorphic State'. The likes of 'Antagonist (part 6)' spin you out with more complex lectures and frazzled synths and from there the highlights keep on coming.
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Played by: Ali Renault
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Omniverse EP
Omniverse EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DWT 007. Rel: 12 Aug 19
  1. Paradigm (5:50)
  2. Kessel Run (5:53)
  3. Experiment 6 (4:17)
  4. Sons Of October (4:55)
Review: Distant Worlds is a label going from strength to strength as it carries the work of underground deep techno producers celebrating that hopelessly romantic strain of UK machine music that emanated out of labels like B12 and Pure Plastic. Mihail P makes a return to the label after last year's "Multiverse EP", channeling all the right moves for a blissful trip into imagined sci-fi vistas fuelled by the box jam funk of electro and the synapse-tickling soundscapes of Tangerine Dream et al. From the dreamy delights of "Kessel Run" to the downtempo groove of "Sons Of October", this is beautifully executed music that champions electronic music with real heart and soul.
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Symmetriades
Symmetriades (2xLP)
Cat: AF 034LP. Rel: 19 Jan 21
  1. GatorC (3:57)
  2. UEFI (BlackEnergy mix) (4:21)
  3. Time (2:03)
  4. ILOVEYOU (4:35)
  5. Blinkator MFS (4:13)
  6. VBSVBSWG AQatmm (6:10)
  7. ICrashed Gen (5:21)
  8. S80 (4:19)
  9. Sobig (3:02)
  10. Dropped (4:33)
Review: We might be into a New Year, but still electro remains one of the most dominate sounds in the underground. Analogical Force kick off their campaign for 2021 with a new double 12" from RTR that reaches far and wide. It opens with a fascinating fusion of jungle and electro that is lit up with pixelate melodies and then take sin ambient, liquid electro funk and flurries of IDM drums that leave you breathless. It's an adventurous and original record that peaks many times over, but 'S80' and its rubbery bassline is a standout for us.
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INNATE 003
INNATE 003 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: INN8 003. Rel: 13 Jan 20
  1. Perseus Traxx - "Drifting In Space" (5:15)
  2. Ewan Jansen - "Sinders" (6:06)
  3. Reedale Rise - "Coral" (5:30)
  4. Owain K - "Teifi" (5:56)
Review: After two stunning rounds that featured the likes of Mark Hand, Lerosa and A Sagittariun, Bristol label Innate returns with another various EP of advanced techno ruminations from emergent talent and established names alike. Perseus Traxx leads in with a dense and expressive body popper that channels a little vintage B12, while Ewan Jansen takes things deep and aqueous with the gorgeous "Sinders". Rising electro star Reedale Rise serves up more of his sleek and refined machine funk on "Coral", and label boss Owain K unfurls a shimmering blanket of melancholic house with the sublime "Teifi".
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Intersect
Intersect (12")
Cat: STILLEBEN 058. Rel: 26 Nov 20
  1. Comprised Of Wires (5:03)
  2. Dream In Data (5:54)
  3. Frank (4:51)
  4. Quartz (4:49)
  5. Time Travel (3:45)
Review: Sweden's Stilleben is an all action electro label that for a third time - twice solo once as part of a VA - welcomes back IXRQ for five more fine excursions to distant astral worlds. The nimble bass and tinny hits of 'Comprised Of Wires' opens up in widescreen fashion and 'Dream In Data' follows a similar path, with melancholic pads draped over busy bass. The smooth cyber-funk continues on 'Frank' before 'Quartz' starts to get a little more introverted as life on planet earth grows an ever more distant memory. The best comes last though with 'Time Travel' being a bleeping, twitching brew of coruscated bass and bright synths.
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 in stock $11.40
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Uchusen EP
Uchusen EP (heavyweight coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: YOY 08. Rel: 01 Mar 19
  1. Uchusen (6:23)
  2. Seiza (6:58)
  3. Taiyofu (6:28)
  4. Choshinsei (7:19)
 in stock $14.54
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Machine Funk 4/12: The Passion Of Jocasta
Cat: ER 008. Rel: 14 Jan 21
  1. The Passion Of Jocasta (6:26)
  2. Nanotechnology (5:56)
  3. Der Roboter Leibwachter (6:16)
  4. Inside The Kenji Labs (5:12)
 in stock $15.95
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Mondovision
Mondovision (silver vinyl 12")
Cat: ER 007. Rel: 14 Jan 21
  1. Transpac (3:03)
  2. Teletel (4:25)
  3. Data Transmission (4:12)
  4. Terminal Videotex (3:08)
  5. X-25 (1:16)
  6. Cyclades Computer Network (4:13)
  7. Mondovision (4:22)
  8. S63 (3:15)
 in stock $17.96
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Delusions
Delusions (12")
Cat: 030EP 017. Rel: 17 Dec 20
  1. Delusions (Acid mix) (7:28)
  2. Oceanic MS-20 (4:54)
  3. Sol (5:29)
  4. Earthshine (Sleep edit) (5:08)
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The First EP
  1. Body Mechanic - "2 Sisters" (feat Late Night Crave) (4:48)
  2. Lego The Cook - "Soul" (Bodys House remix) (5:03)
  3. Body Mechanic - "Jit The Best" (vocal) (4:17)
  4. Body Mechanic - "Jit Beats" (3:11)
  5. Folson & Tate - "Flight 2 Berlin" (part 1) (4:30)
Review: Repress of the saught after first vinyl release on this label!
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Played by: Andrea passenger
 in stock $20.81
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00AM 004
00AM 004 (12")
Cat: 00AM 004. Rel: 08 Dec 20
  1. Alfredo92 - "Tente Hjul" (DJ Fett Birger XB3711 F3 remix) (4:23)
  2. Fantastic Man - "On The Run" (5:54)
  3. ESB - "Sequential Dub" (6:44)
  4. 2wo2imes - "Immune" (6:40)
Review: With previous appearances from talents such as D. Tiffany, Iron Curtis and Priori, Canadian label 00:AM bring you their fourth various artists compilation. On the A side of 00AM 004, they roped in two artists that they've have had the pleasure of hosting in Montreal over the past couple years: the inimitable DJ Fett Burger, who gives Copenhagen's Alfredo92 (Axces) a woozy slo-mo acid rework of his 'Tente Hjul' (XB3711 F3 Remix). This one is perfect tackle for getting weird at the afterhours. On the flip it's clearly more of a dub techno affair, and where this EP really got us moving and grooving: Vancouver's Elan Benaroch aka ESB with the rolling and hypnotic "Sequential Dub", followed by the glacial and cavernous thump of "Immune" by 2wo2imes taking you deeper into the Quebec winter frost.
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Transmission EP
Cat: SU 02. Rel: 30 Nov 20
  1. Offspring (6:38)
  2. Dinsix (6:57)
  3. VHS (6:50)
  4. Young Modulus (6:57)
Review: Following this summer's 'Night Of Tapes', mystery person D.A.B returns on what we believe is their own imprint Signal Unknown with three more retro-futurist adventures. Each cut dipping into the primordial techno soup, at once we're fired with references from electro to acid house to classic Chicago feels. 'Offspring' starts the engine flexing its (Mr) Fingers with glee before 'Disnix' creeps up the rear with rolling acid breaks and late entering synths that change the vibe entirely. Flip for a trip to Detroit with the solemn but hopeful moves of 'VHS' before 'Young Modulus' closes on an electroid b-boy flex... With a little extra breakbeat magic laced in for good lino-spinning measure. Roger that?
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KHIDI VA 1
KHIDI VA 1 (12")
Cat: KHIDIVA 001. Rel: 15 Apr 20
  1. Ancient Methods - "Cradle The True Side Of Reality" (6:50)
  2. OTHR - "Damage Your Pain" (5:47)
  3. Phase Fatale - "Cursing Losses" (5:20)
  4. Roman - "Break The Matrix" (5:51)
Review: The KHIDI label kicks off with a stern statement of intent from a batch of blackened souls in the techno domain. First up is Ancient Methods, who marches forth with the militant brutalism of "Cradle The True Side Of Reality" before OTHR turns in some cinematic EBM-flavoured intensity with "Damage Your Pain". Berlin-based Berghain warrior Phase Fatale turns up on the B-side with the hard thrum of "Cursing Losses", before Roman delivers the finishing blow with the mean-spirited surge of "Break The Matrix". This is maximalist techno with an industrial bite just begging to be heard clanging around darkened cathedrals of endless night.
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Mango & Patricia
Cat: 44TR 003. Rel: 18 Jan 21
  1. Marino - "Tacos In The Making" (5:31)
  2. Same O - "Nina" (Love & Lie mix) (5:22)
  3. Marino - "I Would Call My Dog Louis XVI" (6:00)
  4. Same O - "Ordid" (4:50)
Review: Time for a little French rave chaos as burgeoning Nantes record shop / label continue to blur the boundaries with a brazen breakbeat aplomb. Both relative newcomers to the scene, Marino and Same O step up with serious skills: Marino packs a timeless electroid punch with 'Tacos In The Making' riffing off Skee-Lo and 'I Would Call My Dog Louis XVI' stripping things back even further. Same O, meanwhile, goes full on rave with the nutty 'Nina' while 'Ordid' is much more techno in its mindset. Think Hacker but remixed by Black Sun Empire.
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The Wellness Algorithm
The Wellness Algorithm (heavyweight vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: TWA 001. Rel: 22 Jan 21
  1. Doc Pavlonium - "It's Only The Beginning Of The Hi Fi World" (6:37)
  2. XBeat - "Cristmals" (5:00)
  3. Sanpedro - "The Sybian Profit Drama" (5:00)
  4. Jack Bags - "Jack Hammer" (6:43)
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Visions
Visions (LP)
4AD
Cat: CAD 3208. Rel: 08 Mar 12
  1. Infinite Love Without Fulfilment
  2. Genesis
  3. Oblivion
  4. Eight
  5. Circumambient
  6. Vowels = Space & Time
  7. Visiting Statue
  8. Be A Body
  9. Colour Of Moonlight (Antiochus) (feat Doldrums)
  10. Symphonia IX (My Wait Is U)
  11. Nightmusic (feat Majical Clouds)
  12. Skin
  13. Know The Way (outro)
 in stock $18.24
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Autobahn
Autobahn (heavyweight vinyl LP + booklet)
Cat: STUMM 303. Rel: 12 Nov 09
  1. Autobahn
  2. Kometenmelodie 1
  3. Kometenmelodie 2
  4. Mitternacht
  5. Morgenspaziergang
Played by: Juno Classics
 in stock $22.79
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Computer World
Computer World (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: STUMM 307. Rel: 12 Nov 09
  1. Computer World (5:09)
  2. Pocket Calculator (4:58)
  3. Numbers (3:20)
  4. Computer World 2 (3:12)
  5. Computer Love (7:20)
  6. Home Computer (6:21)
  7. It's More Fun To Compute (4:15)
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Shape Shifter EP
Cat: DSR/E 11. Rel: 29 Oct 20
  1. Synapse (5:51)
  2. Fractal (7:41)
  3. Shape Shifter (7:51)
  4. Novelty (5:37)
Review: Dutch mainstay Boris Bunnik is an absolute machine who has been turning out a consistent stream of high quality music for an almost unbelievable amount of time. He has a glut of monikers for a dizzying array of sounds but as Versalife he makes aquatic electro in the same lineage as Detroit greats Drexcyia. Here he goes for a moody opener in 'Synapse' which rocks back and forth on a heady loop, while 'Fractal' cuts loose on more journeying drums and bass that take you into the future. The flip side offers another pair of expertly designed and hugely atmospheric electro cuts for those who like it deep.
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Cosmic Transmission
Cosmic Transmission (2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: ITLP 07. Rel: 20 Oct 20
  1. When Nothing Is Safe (6:13)
  2. Who's In Control (4:09)
  3. Intense Incense (4:29)
  4. Natural Connection (4:46)
  5. Sphere Force (5:04)
  6. Divided Society (6:11)
  7. Transforming Well (4:38)
  8. One For All (4:51)
  9. Reset (3:43)
  10. Let Loose (3:45)
  11. Transcending (5:41)
Review: There's an undeniably far-out feel to the Zenker Brothers' second album, Cosmic Transmission, which adds further layers of trippy textures, hallucinatory sounds and smoky intensity to the aural blueprint first explored on their 2015 debut full-length Immersion. There's much to admire throughout, from the mind-bending ambient weirdness of opener 'When Nothing is Safe', and the slipped dub haze of 'Whose In Control', to the drug-addled IDM of 'Natural Connection', and the polyrhythmic techno trip of 'Divided Society'. Most striking of all is the trio of tracks that close the album, all of which are powered forwards not by heavy techno beats (or even their usual crunchy, off-kilter breakbeats) but rather a series of ear-catching, fuzz-soaked synthesizer arpeggio lines.
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Onderwereld EP
Cat: CELTD 003. Rel: 06 Aug 20
  1. Cosmox - "Electrostress" (4:56)
  2. 543ff - "Easy" (5:32)
  3. Star-kid, Gamma Intel & 543ff - "Three City Firm" (4:29)
  4. Star-kid, Gamma Intel & 543ff - "Three City Firm" (543ff remix) (5:06)
Review: The latest missive on Cultivated Electronics' limited-edition offshoot offers up a quartet of cuts from artists based in the Hague, all of whom had some associated with the now closed cold war bunker turned studio space and online radio station Onderwereld. Cosmox kicks things off via the snappy, bass-heavy electro beats, creepy synth chords and spacey bleeps of "Electrostress", before 543FF wraps mind-altering, acid-style lead lines and paranoia-inducing electronic noises around a sludgy beat on "Easy". Over on the flip you'll find two versions of 543FF, Star Kid and Gamma Intel collaboration "Three City Firm": the dark, foreboding and mind-altering original mix, and a more minimalistic - but arguably heavier - club electro revision from 543FF.
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Stellarator Hyperway
  1. Anthony Rother - "Stellarator" (7:12)
  2. Anthony Rother - "Stellarator" (Plasma mix) (3:43)
  3. Sync 24 - "Hyperway" (4:20)
  4. Sync 24 - "Hyper Loop 1" (2:14)
  5. Sync 24 - "Hyper Loop 2" (2:08)
Review: Electro might be having a big moment in the spotlight but for Anthony Rother, it has been his way of life for decades. Here he serves up a crisp and kicking single 'Stellarator' that's built on booming analogue drums and has molten, Millsian melodies rippling through its core to mind altering effect. A Plasma mix makes even more of those magically modulated synths. On the flip, Sync 24 gets more aggressive with his frazzled 'Hyperway', which rough rides on slapping hits and alien synth life forms. Also included are a pair of tense, teeth clenching intergalactic electro loops.
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Dormant
Dormant (12")
Cat: CPU 01011011. Rel: 08 Oct 20
  1. V Electro (6:00)
  2. Bode (6:28)
  3. Proximity Sensor (6:56)
  4. Dormant (5:49)
Review: Sheffield's Central Processing Unit has become a key home for Silcion Scally, the most prolific of all the aliases of Carl Finlow. This is his third outing on the label and another high class affair that ploughs fresh electro ground. Opener 'V Electro' has a dark bassline and super crisp drums. There is a much more unhinged mood to 'Bode,' a jam with ADHD and multiple personalities. 'Proximity Sensor' is the sound of the computers taking over, with squelchy bass and jittery grooves, while 'Dormant' closes with a dystopian atmosphere and layer upon layer of intergalactic energy all vying for attention.
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