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One For Bill
One For Bill (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BMVMT 005. Rel: 10 Jan 22
  1. Illusion (4:45)
  2. Back To Reality (5:21)
  3. Summer 90 (5:29)
  4. One For Bill (4:48)
  5. Mind (5:25)
Review: Body Movement hits it's 5th release with Matt Farrows One For Bill EP. Matt known to many as Kepler starts the A side running with 3 solid 4/4 house tracks designed to destoy any dancefloor! On the flip we have his more daker electo alias Relpek with two Electro tracks One for Bill and Mind, showing his deeper side to his productions. We think Matt will be a staple name on many lineups in the future and his talent and production skills are shown on this stellar EP.
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Played by: Burnski, SY, Kepler, Laidlaw
 in stock $9.07
Electronic Funk
Electronic Funk (140 gram vinyl 12" 再出版)
Cat: PILOT 03. Rel: 10 Jan 22
  1. Electronic Funk (6:12)
  2. D1000 (5:02)
  3. Escape & Evasion (6:44)
  4. Halo (5:25)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Pilot comes correct with a third new release in quick succession. We were big fans of the first two and this one is another muscular, action packed slab of wax from North Phase. Once again he draws on many different genres to cook up his floor filling beats. 'Electronic Funk' is a bit of a throw back to when the Plump DJs were good, while 'D1000' then gets more down and dirty on scuzzy bass and electro pops. 'Escape & Evasion' is the most heady of the lot with its sparse atmosphere and old school breaks and 'Halo' closes on a cosmic borne beat wig out.
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Played by: Burnski, Mr.Diamond
 in stock $11.35
Osmosis (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: CELTD 008. Rel: 14 Jan 22
  1. Osmosis (4:27)
  2. Sawshark (3:58)
  3. Atlantic Modulation (4:45)
  4. Adamastor (4:24)
Review: Following a run of releases on his own Atlantic Thunder imprint, sometime Creme Organization and Shall Not Fade regular Lake Haze (real name Goncalo Salgado) appears on Cultivated Electronics for the very first time. As analogue-rich and mind-altering as much of his catalogue, the four tracks all sit somewhere between punchy, Drexciya-style electro and bleeping, angular techno. Our picks of the bunch are throbbing, buzzing, electro-not-electro number 'Osmosis' and the deliciously dark and foreboding 'Adamastor', though others may prefer the squelchy TB-303 lines, foreboding electronics, creepy melodies amd bustling electro beats of 'Sawshark'. Either way, it's a terrifically consistent and on-point EP that's well worth checking.
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Played by: Wes Baggaley
 in stock $11.08
Deviation EP
Cat: CRTL 014. Rel: 19 Jan 22
  1. Deviation (feat Mutado Pintado) (5:00)
  2. Electro Emotions (4:03)
  3. Heaven On Earth (5:08)
  4. The Acid Never Dies (5:08)
  5. The Last Day (5:08)
Review: Prolific Belgian producer Thomas Blanckaert aka Innershades makes his debut on London-based label Cartulis Music with the Deviation EP, a killer five-tracker packed full of punchy electro cuts. The funky and futurist Detroit vibe of the title track features some serious attitude on the mic courtesy of Mutado Pintado, while the visceral kicks of 'Electro Emotions' underpin some gliding 303 acid and a tapestry of neon-lit synth textures. Over on the flip, prepare to lose yourself under the strobe lights with 303 techno epic 'Heaven On Earth' while 'The Acid Never Dies' will also have you reaching for the lasers - tip!
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 in stock $12.78
Perceptual Channels EP
Perceptual Channels EP (180 gram vinyl 12" 再出版)
Cat: EMO 002. Rel: 10 Jan 22
  1. In The Reeds (6:39)
  2. Scrying Mirror (5:50)
  3. Silver Disk (5:55)
  4. Remote Viewing (5:20)
Review: After MOY's 'Orbital Resonance' EP started the label in spectacular fashion, the second release on Damo B's EMOTEC comes from Ritual Poison co-founder BufoBufo. Following a run of releases on Furthur Electronix, Tone Dropout, Partout and Kouncil Cuts, BufoBufo's 'Perceptual Channels' EP merges acid, electro, breakbeats and the emotive melodies that have become a signature of his music. 'In The Reeds' sets burbling 303s and sci-fi synths against shredded drum loops; 'Silver Disk' nods to a love of classic hip-hop and hardcore, with a monstrous electro bassline; 'Scrying Mirror' has lush house chords, addictive bass and dark interludes; and 'Remote Viewing' is a more reflective downtempo piece with a blissed-out top line and influences from ambient and IDM.
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Place Of Synthesis
Place Of Synthesis (limited clear vinyl 12")
Cat: RETICULATE 002. Rel: 11 Jan 22
  1. Place Of Synthesis (5:51)
  2. Danger (5:20)
  3. Reticulospinal Projections (7:38)
  4. Reticulate Speech 2 (0:28)
  5. Goldilocks Zone (5:47)
Review: The second chapter of Umek's alternative career as electro hero Zeta Reticula, which began when he relaunched the early 2000s project seven years ago, continues to deliver a mixture of high-grade electro and pleasing plot twists. His latest sci-fi inspired EP is another action-packed, high-quality affair. Our pick of a very strong bunch is 'Danger', a bustling electro roller in which shimmering but faintly foreboding chords ride punchy drums and a stabbing analogue bassline, though some may prefer the tougher, arguably more club-ready bustle of 'Place of Synthesis' or the deliciously retro-futurist throb of 'Goldilocks Zone', where trippy, TB-303-driven electronic motifs, bleeping lead lines and moody chords rise above a viciously unsettling backing track.
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Played by: Wes Baggaley
 in stock $14.20
Data Phobia
Data Phobia (hand-numbered hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MTRONW 010. Rel: 14 Jan 22
  1. Data Phobia (4:51)
  2. Being Baked (5:01)
  3. Fatty Acid (5:31)
  4. Control Z (4:37)
Played by: Wes Baggaley
 in stock $9.65
Blue Ridge
Blue Ridge (transparent bue vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: AF 040LP. Rel: 14 Jan 22
  1. Ibex (5:09)
  2. Husk (5:24)
  3. MTBF (5:17)
  4. Worm (7:14)
  5. Sial (7:33)
  6. Pith (4:29)
  7. Phot (5:53)
  8. Room (5:27)
Review: Relentless bass squelches come by way of modular play on Patricia's (Max Ravitz') 'Blue Ridge', the producer's second album for Spanish acid-IDM visionaries Analogical Force. No concept is needed for this one, as Ravitz' hardware-centric talent is enough to carry it alone, from the snapping drum exoskeletons of 'Husk' to the LP's ambient neurogeist and closer, 'Room'. Watch out for this one's limited blue LP release.
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2000 & Something
2000 & Something (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LONEWOLF 007. Rel: 10 Jan 22
  1. 2000 & Something (8:23)
  2. Third Wave (5:23)
  3. Ritmos Oscuros (5:57)
Review: Over the past few years Nick Gynn has been whipping up a storm with his loose and limber strain of trance-inflected club melters. Now he's landing in exactly the right spot to kick off 2022 alongside the good folk at EYA Records. Minting their Lonewolf series specifically, the 2000 & Something EP deals in maximal acid wrigglers with a playful but dark-tinted edge which should go down very well with the buoyant wave of psychedelic party people. Watch out for the electro stylings of 'Ritmos Obscuros', which closes out the 12" in body-popping fashion.
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 in stock $14.20
Wormhole Of Time
Wormhole Of Time (2xLP + zine)
Cat: OA 009. Rel: 14 Dec 21
  1. Viva La Differenze! + Razzillian Ruzzodox (6:18)
  2. The Art Of Peace (edit) (6:10)
  3. ZONE (4:30)
  4. Zoat Zingo (5:03)
  5. PROJECTION (5:27)
  6. Theme From The Surreal Estate (6:33)
  7. Untitled (6:21)
  8. Homeworld (edit) (7:16)
  9. Moonlight (5:56)
  10. Bladerunner02 (3:07)
  11. Alt QuadPhunk (5:59)
  12. Marja-Liisa (7:15)
Review: This archival release on Organic Analogue digs back into the prolific '90s period of Swedish techno maverick Jean-Louis Huhta, aka Dungeon Acid. These days he releases on iDEAL, Fit Sound, Borft and Klasse Wrecks, but he cut his techno teeth on labels like Hybrid, Svek and H. Productions. Clad in artwork details by Swedish graffiti legend Nug, Wormhole Of Time comprises unreleased cuts and long out-of-print jams spanning many of Huhta's aliases. The release also comes with a zine featuring photographs and an interview reflecting on Huhta's multifarious life in music.

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Transient Love EP
Transient Love EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: EYA 015. Rel: 22 Nov 21
  1. Hi-Z (6:18)
  2. Warming Feel (6:21)
  3. Impulse (6:30)
  4. Onset (6:37)
Review: Here comes D.A.B., aka Sonodab or J.E.D. Tape, with some fierce new wares for the ever-excellent EYA label. There's a tough 90s tint to 'Hi-Z', thanks in no small part to a chunky bass riff which borders on industrial. 'Warming Feel' edges a little more towards trance, at least that early Frankfurt version of it, in the psyched-out FX that pepper this largely drum-oriented track. 'Impulse' kicks off the B-side with another slice of upferrit rave tackle that puts all the emphasis on the punch of the drums and a bass that'll hook you right in. 'Onset' may be the B2 but it doesn't let up on the pressure, dropping some more of that muscular fare that makes EYA records such a sure shot for those hot and sweaty peaks of a proper party.
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More Than Machine 02: Part 2
  1. Client 03 - "Default Mode Network" (4:35)
  2. Marco Bailey - "Smoke It" (5:18)
  3. John Selway - "Phase Vortex" (6:15)
  4. Alexander Kowalski - "Flickering Lights" (5:59)
Review: Christian Smith's esteemed Tronic imprint recently deployed the second edition in its More Than Machine series which explored more underground sounds than expected, mainly in the form of electro. British newcomer Client 03 drops some sublime futurist beats on 'Default Mode Network', legendary Belgian Marco Bailey delivers something different from his usual main room techno sound on 'Smoke It'. Over on the flip, Smith's former studio collaborator John Selway makes a welcome appearance on the sci-fi bass explorations of 'Phase Vortex' and Kanzleramt staple Alexander Kowalski delivers the EP highlight on the dystopian machine funk of 'Flickering Lights'.
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EP (12" limited to 250 copies)
Cat: PTV 016. Rel: 14 Dec 21
  1. Saltandvinegar (4:46)
  2. 808zz (8:06)
  3. Scampifries (4:53)
  4. B2 (4:52)
Review: Potty minded Scotsman Dave Paton gets unreal with his first Wee DJs vinyl in over two years. Four tracks galore, side A sees us writhing to the dark funk on 'Saltandvinegar' before '808zz' gets all breezy and bouncy. Side B goes in hard with the b-boy trippiness of 'Scampifries' while 'B2' is every bit as straight talking and forthright as its title. Big booming warehouse tackle, perfect for dancing off all those greasy chips. Drank too much pop? Cross your legs and wait till you get home!
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Nuclear Waste EP
Cat: IPK 001. Rel: 20 Jan 22
  1. Lonely Ghost (feat clubberplex)
  2. Constant Struggle
  3. Spider Crab
  4. Rural Art
 in stock $15.88
New Era EP
New Era EP (limited 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BKSP 001. Rel: 20 Jan 22
  1. New Era
  2. Flowers
  3. Bird Song
Review: Young Marco is a beloved figure in the underground scene and whatever he does is always worth hearing. Well this brand new label return_backspace has been conceived to initially offer up some of his earliest ever recordings, back when the Bern-based, Italian born producer worked under the Planet Love alias. Back then he was still obsessed with early computer consoles alike Ataris and it shows in the crystalline melodies and deep space moods of the music here. The first track is a lush ambient scene setter, the second a colourful bit of techno and the third a lovely bit of Detroit styled deepness.
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 in stock $15.04
Guidance Release
Cat: DWT 009. Rel: 26 Feb 20
  1. Guidance Release (8:08)
  2. Galactic Neigborhood (5:32)
  3. Near Earth Objects (6:54)
  4. Modularity (7:31)
Review: Since first landing on earth three years ago, Distant Worlds has offered up a slew of suitably intergalactic techno and electro EPs from the likes of John Shima, Derek Carr, Perseus Traxx and Mihail P. Here they add a new name to the roster via a rock solid EP from sometime Lunar Disko regular Cignol. The producer's ability to wrest maximum emotion from his machines is exemplified by opener "Guidance Release", where melancholic pads and twisted, razor-sharp acid lines envelop a deep electro groove. It's there too in the warmer and more positive-sounding melodiousness of "Galactic Neighbourhood" and "Modularity", which sounds like the Junior Boys and Morgan Giest jamming with Gerard Hanson.
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WAR 1203
WAR 1203 (12")
Cat: WAR 1203. Rel: 14 Jan 22
  1. Giraffi Dog - "Members Of Warning 2021" (feat Erik Jaahalli) (7:58)
  2. Erik Jaahalli - "Shout Outs" (feat Giraffi Dog) (4:25)
  3. Henry 3000 - "Connect The Dots" (6:17)
  4. Henry 3000 & DJ Hummer - "Kid Wizard Gate" (7:07)
Played by: Cromby
 in stock $12.48
We Hypnotize
Cat: IAS 002. Rel: 14 Jan 22
  1. We Hypnotize (6:31)
  2. M5 (6:10)
 in stock $12.78
Tour De France
Tour De France (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + booklet)
Cat: STUMM 310. Rel: 12 Nov 09
  1. Prologue
  2. Tour De France (Etape 1)
  3. Tour De France (Etape 2)
  4. Tour De France (Etape 3)
  5. Chrono
  6. Vitamin
  7. Aero Dynamik
  8. Titanium
  9. Elektro Kardiogramm
  10. La Forme
  11. Regeneration
  12. Tour De France
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Exit Planet Earth: Radon
  1. The Exaltics & Paris The Black Fu - "Wea Poni Zedin Form" (4:02)
  2. Alex Jann - "Android Memory" (5:31)
  3. Lost Souls Of Saturn - "Rave Is Back" (6:31)
  4. 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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Crushed (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIS 323. Rel: 01 Nov 21
  1. Proton Mass (6:15)
  2. Centronix (6:02)
  3. Axiom (6:55)
  4. Cascade Lasers (6:14)
Review: Carl Finlow has been a prominent name in UK electro since the mid-90s, releasing music at an astonishing rate under a variety of monikers. Silicon Scally defines his most strictly electro-oriented project, reflective of the Kraftwerk era and the emerging electro-scene, with releases on respected labels such as Cultivated Electronics, CPU and of course 20/20 Vision, with music from a variety of Carl's monikers being amongst the labels earliest releases.

'Crushed' is a sought after album project originally self-released on Finlow's Bandcamp during the 2020 lockdown. We felt the release was to important to be overlooked without a much deserved run of vinyl, so have pressed a limited run of records featuring futuristic electro highlights and the best unreleased cuts.

'Proton Mass' kicks things off with perfectly crafted robotic funk, solid mechanical breaks and mind bending glitches, setting the landscape for a journey into the abyss with Silicon Scally unshakeably at the helm. 'Centronix' follows up with razor-sharp rocking beats, squelchy bass and jarring grooves as if designed for high pace no nonsense club sets from the likes of DJ Stingray or Helena Hauff.

On the flip side 'Axiom' takes us deeper into the void with dark basslines, complex drums and unapologetically disorientating frequencies. A track that makes us question if Finlow has transcend to a future state where he is more machine than man, sending psychoactive messages in the form of killer electro cuts.

'Cascade Lasers' wraps up this epic dose of electro with interstellar energy, driving things home with deep bass wobbles, high octane breaks, wrapped grooves and tormenting yet playful synth licks. Yet another release that has us convinced the late great Andrew Weatherall was indeed correct!

"For quite a number of years now I have been convinced that Mr Finlow is a conduit for musical transmissions beamed from a parallel universe, sometime in the future" - Andrew Weatherall.

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 in stock $11.35
Trans Europe Express
Cat: 16301/CAP 16301. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. Europe Endless
  2. The Hall Of Mirrors
  3. Showroom Dummies
  4. Trans Europe Express
  5. Metal On Metal
  6. Franz Schubert
  7. Endless Endless
 in stock $15.61
Journey Of The Deep Sea Dweller I
 in stock $27.53
Sublunar Tides
Sublunar Tides (limited transparent red vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: PLANT43 006LP. Rel: 29 Nov 21
  1. Sublunar Tides (6:05)
  2. Links Forever Forged (6:19)
  3. Arc Furnace (6:03)
  4. Concrete Breakers (5:45)
  5. Neon Sentinel (5:31)
  6. Transient Cities (5:34)
  7. Perfect Ruin (3:07)
  8. Still Sparks (7:08)
  9. Tides Align (5:03)
Review: The sixth album by Emile Facey under the Plant43 moniker and the seventh release on his Plant43 Recordings imprint since its inception in 2020, Sublunar Tides is his most expressive and stylistically wide ranging to date. Over 52 minutes and nine tracks the album whisks the listener effortlessly from fast-paced dancefloor electro through the slowmotion cloud-soaring of Concrete Breakers, the intricate experimental synths of Perfect Ruin to the lilting, songlike tones of the emotional album closer 'Tides Align'.

A co-founder of London's Bleep43 crew, Facey has been promoting underground electro and techno since the 90's. As a producer he's been releasing records since 2005 with a string of releases on respected scene favourites such as Central Processing Unit, Frustrated Funk, Semantica, Shipwrec and Cultivated Electronics. He has played live alongside DJ Stingray, ERP/Convextion, Sync 24, Surgeon, Legowelt, Urban Tribe, Svreca, Datassette among many others.

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Hidden Geometries
Hidden Geometries (limited 12" picture disc)
Cat: SCKS 2PD. Rel: 30 Nov 21
  1. Hidden Geometries (6:30)
  2. Hidden Geometries (Plaid remix) (5:09)
  3. 5C1-F1 (6:45)
  4. Videogame (3:41)
Review: Through their fledgling 5-year career, Samy Goossens and Pascal Hetzel have proven themselves groundbreaking musical tricksters, culminating in over 10 limited 12"s since 2016 under the duo name CYRK. The broken, electro-dystopic 'Hidden Geometries' - the duo's favourite of all the original pieces they've ever recorded - is present, along with an exclusive, rhythmatic remix by titanic Warp trio Plaid on the A2. Two new tracks also grace this one; '5C1-F1' lets up the A's melancholy for gut-punching breakstep, while chiptune techno is checked off on 'Videogame'. All chuff, no fluff.
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Played by: Wes Baggaley
 in stock $13.05
  1. Cabasa - "LVN711"
  2. Innershades - "Break Easy"
  3. Trancesetters Of Westphalia - "Ethereum"
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Visions (LP)
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 $21.29
Geist (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIS 326. Rel: 08 Nov 21
  1. Geist (6:05)
  2. YvY (5:10)
  3. Raunch (4:42)
  4. E-606 (4:55)
Review: Arsonist Recorder lands on 20/20 Vision with his debut EP 'Geist'. Following outings on Specimen Records, Diffuse Reality, Bass Agenda and his own imprint ZwaarteKracht. The EP sees Arsonist Recorder continue his exploration into groovy dark-matter electro- beats and abstract, abrasive sound-design. The title track 'Geist' kicks things off with deep Drexciyan bass and disorientating synth, an all out electro assault on the senses that sets the pace for the four track EP. 'YvY' follows this up like a 90% proof chaser, committing you to the land of no return as perfectly crafted drum patterns lay down heavy robotic funk with driving bass lines complimented by a peppering dark synth melodies.

On the flip side 'Rauch' switches things up with rapid fire pad work, serving up fast paced breaks in a dose of hyper speed electro grooves. Wrapping things up E-606 forges an evocative robotic war cry, firing on all cylinders with restlessness club-rocking rhythms.

With previous releases catching the attention of the late Andrew Weatherall as well as Detroit's electro Don, DJ Stingray, Arsonist Recorder is definitely not one to sleep on!

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Sounds From Montenuovo
  1. Sounds From Montenuovo (1:06)
  2. Party Crime (5:02)
  3. Night Warrior (6:55)
  4. The Anger (4:59)
  5. Looking At The Horizon (4:25)
  6. Malicumba (4:18)
  7. Looking At The Horizon (instrumental) (4:30)
Filippo Colonna Romano, aka Modula, is a diverse studio wizard who has forged his own unique sound based on a love of a disparate mix of genres. Italo, disco, house, funk and Balearic all colour his hugely characterful grooves as proven on this superbly slick and sleek new 12" from the good folks at Bordello A Parigi. A brief opener sets a nostalgic '80s synth tone while 'Party Crime' is a brilliantly clean bit of throwback boogie with a retro-future vocal to die for. Elsewhere is proto-electro deepness on 'The Anger' and rugged Afro-electro sounds on 'Malicumba' plus the sun-kissed topical of 'Looking At The Horizon'. This is a truly escapist listen.
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Island Time
Cat: ESP 014. Rel: 13 Jun 18
  1. Ahumbo (5:55)
  2. Island Time (4:39)
  3. If It Ever Feels Right (9:11)
Review: The Lovefingers helmed ESP Institute had a frankly killer year in 2012, and if this opening salvo for 2013 is anything to go by we're in for many more treats from the label this year. Pharoahs have already graced 100% Silk with their brand of disco-inspired synth jams, but these three tracks are infinitely more accomplished. "Ahumbo" combines subtle Afrobeat influences with thick, lustrous bass and the kind of spacious guitar licks that would make Talking Heads jealous, while the dubby feel and atonal percussion of "Island Time" recall Ital's brilliant track "Queens". Finally, the "If It Ever Feels Right" goes in as hard as you could imagine an ESP release going, with thick analogue bass tumbling out of control at 132bpm driven relentlessly forward by a conga-led rhythm, which segues effortlessly into a blissful saxophone breakdown. Unsurprisingly, this is excellent stuff which comes highly recommended.
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I Go
I Go (12")
Cat: GUDU 007. Rel: 15 Sep 21
  1. I Go (6:00)
  2. I Go (instrumental) (5:59)
  3. I Go (acappella) (3:03)
Review: Global dance music superstar Peggy Gou comes back with a second super summer single that is widely infused with her own distinctive influences. Chiefly, that is a love of 90's dance anthems, which was rekindled in her during downtime during the pandemic. Released via her own Gudu Records, 'I Go' is a catchy, singable bit of throwback dance-pop with her own vocals front and centre. The old school beats and bass will get any party pumped, with the synth work looks to the cosmos and explores a very different vibe to her previous single. An instrumental and acappella are also included on this lovely 12".
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ROTOC (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: KLNR 7. Rel: 04 Feb 21
  1. ROTOC (5:06)
  2. Hardknox (5:08)
  3. Zero In On You (4:59)
  4. Dim (3:22)
Review: Long time electro champs Klakson have Fastgraph aka Frank de Groodt back on the label and he is in fine form. He seems to look to the raw and raucous Detroit style of electro for his inspiration here with four pumping and fizzing cuts. 'ROTOC' has huge hi hats and pounding drums with a decaying, frazzled lead synth burrowing deep in your brain. 'Hardknox' then ups the ante and brings high speed cyborg funk then 'Zero In On You' is a wild and wonderful collision of acid wind, coruscated drums and slapping hits. 'Dim' is all restless synth funk and barrel chested beats.
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Floorwax EP (feat Cardopusher & Hrdvsion remixes)
  1. Danger (feat Paris The Black Flu) (4:23)
  2. Floorwax (feat Foremost Poets) (4:39)
  3. Floorwax (feat Foremost Poets - Cardopusher remix) (5:10)
  4. Floorwax (feat Foremost Poets - Hrdvsion remix) (5:05)
Review: Captain Mustache is a new energy in the club scene who surfaced with a bang last year and has since notched up releases on Bordello A Parigi, My Favourite Robot, Bedrock and Kompakt no less. Now he's stepping forth with his biggest belters to date on Return To Disorder, kicking off with the massive 'Danger' featuring certifiable legend Paris The Black Fu on vocal duties. 'Floorwax' is also packing some club scene clout into its electro fantasy, with the mighty Foremost Poets sneaking some spooky lyrics into the mix. On the flip, 'Floorwax' gets remixed by Cardopusher and Hrdvision, who respectively jack the track up and freak it right out, widening the scope of the record without leaving the seedy ambience Return To Disorder prefers to lurk in.
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sT8818r Humanoid
sT8818r Humanoid (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ASGDE 035. Rel: 03 Dec 21
  1. Stakker Humanoid (4:57)
  2. sT8818r (Luke Vibert remix) (4:32)
  3. sT8818r (A664 mix By Autechre) (4:25)
  4. sT8818r (Mike Dred remix) (7:23)
Review: Harking back to the very dawn of acid house in the UK, Humanoid will forever be an emblem for a revolutionary moment when this new music and its attendant culture befuddled the establishment and entranced the youth. A chart classic like no other, 'Stakker Humanoid' blew the rave scene apart and now it's getting a fresh airing thanks to the ever-excellent De:tuned label. That means the remix line-up comes in heavy, leading in with Luke Vibert bringing a fierce strain of acidic breakbeat with his own cheeky flair bedded in. Meanwhile, Autechre deliver the 'A664' version, which predictably rearranges the track to their own geometric design, but not at the expense of the electro-funk clout, and then UK acid veteran Mike Dred delivers a wonderfully dirty 303 throbbing take to send the package home in style.
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Iron Flute
Cat: RTTD 006. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. Zarkoff X Ikonal - "Waiting Room Elegy" (6:40)
  2. Zarkoff X HPX X LCN - "Iron Flute" (4:19)
  3. Zarkoff X HPX - "Transceiver" (7:09)
  4. Zarkoff X Cyborgs On Crack - "Penalty For Violation" (4:52)
Review: Helena Hauff's Return To Disorder label is back in action with an EP from Croatian darkwave maestro Zarkoff, in conjunction with conspirators such as Ikonal and Cyborgs On Crack. He's been active on the local scene for many years and only now is creeping onto the international radar, but this record should catapult him into the consciousness of all kinds of adventurous spinners. Managing to plunge into murky waters while retaining a propulsive, danceable edge to his sound, the most noticeable quality around this record is the synth work, which unfurls in thick, globulous brushstrokes of noirish melody perfect for the darker kind of dancefloors out there.
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Daevas (limited hand-numbered hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MTRONW 009. Rel: 03 Dec 21
  1. New Realities (3:51)
  2. Takthi (4:39)
  3. Con-Form (5:24)
  4. Ahriman (5:52)
  5. Mossadegh (5:11)
  6. Hashashin (4:12)
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In Vino Veritas
In Vino Veritas (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CRTL 012. Rel: 07 Dec 20
  1. Energize feat Le Loup (Sh-2 Invasion) (7:06)
  2. Musique Sans Souffre (No So2 mix) (7:32)
  3. Cuvee Milodou (Gran Cru mix) (5:23)
Review: One of the most consistently intriguing artists operating in the French minimal house scene, Seuil has maintained an independent streak that has landed him on scores of label alongside his steady output on his own Eklo. The time has come for him to drop some missives on Cartulis, and the Parisian producer is sounding on rare form. There's a move towards fatter, rave-inspired sounds on this record, from the gnarly, buzzing leads of 'Energize' (featuring Le Loup), to the chirpy acid strut of 'Keep It Natural', but there's a deftness of touch in the execution of the tracks that could only belong to Seuil. 'Musique Sans Souffre' is the hit of the record - a moody, jacking workout to get lost in.
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Automaton EP (reissue)
Cat: PBX 4. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. Nemisis (5:31)
  2. Oscillator (bonus beats) (5:46)
  3. Techno It's On My Mind (5:48)
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The Aging Process
Cat: LIES 174. Rel: 17 Jan 22
  1. Speaking Via Telepathy (4:47)
  2. Sensor-Tised (5:57)
  3. Walking Through Walls (5:39)
  4. They've Instilled Fear In Us (6:15)
  5. Catch Me If You Can (5:14)
  6. Atlantis Rising (5:23)
  7. Leading The Way (6:10)
  8. Dormant DNA Activation (6:39)
  9. The Code Decipher (6:26)
Review: New York City techno veteran Adam X returns to Long Island Electrical Systems under the ADMX71 alias, where he once again explores the outer fringes of experimental electronics on his latest LP The Aging Process, existing at the intersection of industrial, EBM and techno. Beginning with the contorted noise soundscape of 'Speaking Via Telepathy' he soon unleashes the seething brain bash of 'Sensor-Tised' followed by the strobing tunnel vision of 'Walking Through Walls'. Elsewhere, there's more dystopian themes aplenty as heard on the static TBM pulse of 'They've Instilled Fear In Us', or the pitch black war funk of 'Leading The Way' and the muscular slow burner 'Leading The Way'.

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Void (140 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: INFILTRATE LP01. Rel: 15 Nov 21
  1. The Source (4:53)
  2. Reconnect (4:02)
  3. Saturn (4:13)
  4. Isolate (4:28)
  5. Void (4:53)
  6. Objective (4:29)
  7. Stargate (4:18)
  8. Flash (4:30)
  9. Reflect (5:28)
  10. Horizons (5:12)
Review: Back in 2018, previously unheard artist James Infiltrate impressed via a punchy EP of club-focused electro numbers. It later emerged that the mysterious producer was none other than Constant Sound founder Burnski. Here he dons the alias once more for a full-length excursion three years in the making. It's a fine album, too, with the long-serving producer delivering a winning combination of punchy, club-ready beats, sci-fi fired synth sounds, moody Michigan bass and the kind of authentically spacey atmosphere that has long been associated with the greatest electro records. There's also enough subtle variety in terms of tempo and style to guarantee that you'll not get bored of it any time soon. Highly impressive, but did we really expect anything less?
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Nova (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: INFILTRATE 09. Rel: 26 Jul 21
  1. Nova (5:08)
  2. Binary (4:36)
  3. Celestial (5:39)
  4. Decay (4:22)
Review: Since launching in 2018, Constant Sound's electro-fired offshoot Inflitrate has put out some superb music from artists including such admired old hands as Borai, London Modular Alliance and Ste Roberts. On the label's first missive of 2021, it welcomes Relpek AKA Constant Sound regular Kepler (both aliases of Leeds-based Matthew Farrow). What we get is a series of well-made and well thought out electro numbers that combine punchy beats and fuzzy analogue basslines with a variety of spacey and ear-catching musical elements (lead lines, chords, riffs etc). Rumbling and far-sighted A-side cuts 'Nova' and 'Binary' are arguably the toughest and most club-ready, while 'Celestial' and 'Delay' are a little deeper and more melancholic in tone. Impressive stuff all told.
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Nauhuri (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: INFILTRATE 010. Rel: 29 Nov 21
  1. Nauhuri (5:04)
  2. Autiomaa (6:21)
  3. Lumivyory (4:47)
  4. Polaaritahti (4:00)
  5. Mustikka (5:11)
Review: Sturdy electro thumpery from Konery TMI, served up in five portions across what will surely prove a highly delectable EP for fans of the genre. Opening track 'Nauhuri' and 'Automaa' are both full of grace and gorgeous, effortless glide, while 'Lumivyory' alters the mood somewhat to get down and dirty with some thoroughly filthy acid squelch filth. 'Polaaritahti' takes its cue from the more minimal 80s sounds of Egyptian Lover or Hashim, before we draw to a close with the more serene and soothing 'Mustikka'.
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Wireless Internet (reissue)
Cat: REC 5. Rel: 29 Oct 21
  1. The Analyst (3:58)
  2. Illuminated Displays (6:07)
  3. I-Mode (2:31)
  4. Wireframe Images (5:36)
  5. P2101V (4:00)
  6. NTT Docomo (4:38)
  7. Software Version (5:14)
  8. Devoid Of Wires (4:35)
  9. Wireless Internet (5:48)
Review: Arpanet is Gerald Donald, the Detroit techno producer who is most famous for his work as Drexciya alongside the late great James Stinson. Following the reissue of his most essential 2006 album Inertial Frame, it is now Wireless Internet that gets served up afresh by the French label Record Makers. In the 19 years since the album first arrived - his first under the alias - nothing has dimmed its shine. The sound throughout is warm and futuristic, with bleeping melodies and bumping drums, silvery hits and a cyborg funk that defines everything Donald ever does. From the bright lights and optimism of 'Illuminated Displays' to the more down, dirty and rugged bass of 'NTT Docomo,' you do not want to sleep on this one.
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Density Wave
Density Wave (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PLANT43 001. Rel: 20 Jul 20
  1. Density Wave
  2. Dream Archive
  3. 21 Winters
Review: Plant 43 is the quintessential electro stalwart, truly immersed in the sound and forever finding new realms of inspiration within the well-worn formula. Following the largely ambient The Countless Stones album on his newly minted label, the man known as Emile Facey now switches stance for some propulsive excursions that will keep his ardent followers more than satisfied. "Density Wave" splits the difference between ethereal pad moods and bruising machine funk, while "Dream Archive" keeps things sparse, deep and heavy. "21 Winters" piles on some of the most dramatic synth work we've heard from Facey in a hot minute, bringing serious levels of bombast to the electro arena and retaining that distinctive edge we expect from a Plant43 record.

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Storm Control (repress)
Storm Control (repress) (12" + MP3 download code limited to 300 copies)
Cat: PLANT43 004R. Rel: 15 Jun 21
  1. Storm Control
  2. Hydraulic Machines
  3. Sparks In The Grey Light
Review: The legendary Plant43 has his much loved and quick to sell out December 2020 EP Storm Control reissued in limited quantities here. The three tracks are electro perfection right from the off. The title cut 'Storm Control' is all glassy lines and slick boom bap, with celestial pads and plenty of spaced out signifiers. 'Hydraulic Machines' gets a little more pensive and roomy, with room to let the lush chord progressions really sink in while a knotted bass and drum combo carries on below. 'Sparks In The Grey Light' then slows things down yet further, with star gazing melodies and pixelated chords bring a future retro feel over a mournful baseline.
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BBC EP (12")
Cat: EMCV 010. Rel: 03 Dec 21
  1. Intro (0:12)
  2. BBC (7:39)
  3. Mvmnt Dtctd (6:00)
  4. Beyond The Horizon (6:57)
  5. Quakers (5:51)
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  1. UHU - "Science Out Of Silence" (4:44)
  2. Morphology - "Dementia" (5:58)
  3. Rondo - "Bravache" (3:24)
  4. Das Muster - "Fortschritt" (2:48)
  5. Luke Eargoggle & Martin Matiske - "Elektro Emotionen" (5:00)
  6. Encounter - "Vision Screen" (4:55)
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808 Box 5th Anniversary Part 4/11
808 Box 5th Anniversary Part 4/11 (LP limited to 250 copies)
Cat: FUND 017004. Rel: 28 Oct 21
  1. Microlith - "Untitled 79" (Ambient mix 1) (2:26)
  2. Mutex - "101 Miles Apart" (5:29)
  3. Naqara - "Yui" (3:50)
  4. Microlith - "Untitled 82 6" (2:30)
  5. Foreign Sequence - "Polysequential" (1:11)
  6. Foreign Sequence - "Lunar Distance" (4:27)
  7. Shinra - "Orbit" (5:34)
  8. Foreign Sequence - "Sinusoidal Lovers" (5:51)
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New Reality EP
Cat: ECR 010. Rel: 20 Aug 21
  1. Star Cycles (6:33)
  2. Swamps On Jupiter (6:36)
  3. New Reality (6:41)
  4. Aegean Clouds (5:24)
  5. Solitude (5:54)
Review: Echocentric hits double figures with a glistening new electro outing from Gilbert. This marks the solo debut of the UK producer and a long-awaited done at that. He is a master of his analog machines and layers up bleeping melodies, sublime chords and the sort of twitchy and futuristic sounds that take you into another dimension. The lush and loopy progression of 'Star Cycles' opens up with darker underlapping bass defining the widescreen 'Swamps On Jupiter.' Things get superbly heavenly and brain cleansing thanks to the bright melodies of 'New Reality' while 'Aegean Clouds' and 'Solitude' close out in supple rhythms fashion.
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Heartbreak (12" + insert)
Cat: OTLR 001. Rel: 13 Nov 20
  1. Heartbreak (4:25)
  2. 6000 Ft (5:40)
Review: Simon 'Bonobo' Green launches his own label Outlier, operating under the umbrella of Ninja Tune, the label - along with Tru Thoughts - that he's been most closely associated with. To kick things off, he's cooked up something suitably sizable with pal Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs. Lead cut 'Heartbreak' is an absolute beast and sounds like a future anthem in the making. Supposedly intended as a tribute to NYC disco but arguably nothing of the sort, it sees the pair pepper a bustling, bass-heavy, rave-style breakbeat groove with organ stabs, sparkling synth sounds and choice vocal snippets from Classic Action classic 'Weekend'. They explore far deeper, drowsier territory on the atmospheric, melody-driven flipside, '6000 Ft', once again opting to employ waves of colourful electronics and chunky low-end sounds.
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