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Eight Weeks: Electro

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12 (12")
Cat: CM 08. Rel: 30 Jul 18
  1. 12 (4:32)
  2. The Hyenas (5:46)
  3. Gan's Revi (2:19)
  4. 12 (Rude 66 remix) (6:38)
  5. The Different Track (4:37)
  6. The Streets (6:05)
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Cat: INTLC 002. Rel: 21 Sep 18
  1. Mental Escape (6:15)
  2. Simulant (5:34)
  3. Type 2 (feat Jensen Interceptor) (6:41)
  4. HAL's Machine Tool (4:41)
 in stock $9.26
EP (12")
Cat: KARAT 59. Rel: 17 Sep 18
  1. Sugar Cane (6:00)
  2. The Void (4:38)
  3. Sad Days (5:40)
  4. Noar (6:17)
Review: There's plenty to set the pulse racing on the latest EP from long-serving electro producer Automat, whose recent outing on Brokntoys is also well worth a listen. Opener "Sugar Cane" eases us in gently, with the French producer opting for a slow and sanguine deep electro flavour, before the chunky and pleasingly spacey analogue deep house/electro fusion of "The Void" begins to get the blood pumping. Peak-time pressure arrives on B-side opener "Sad Days", where wild acid lines and rubbery machine bass drive a ghetto-tech style electro rhythm forwards at a frenetic pace, while closer "Noar" is a post-apocalyptic slab of clandestine, industrial electro darkness.
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Cat: PARTOUT 201. Rel: 21 Sep 18
  1. New Language
  2. 5 Phased
  3. As It Is
  4. Bo Jangles
Review: After slowly establishing his career via a handful of tidy EPs released over an eight-year period, Evan Baggs has really hit his stride in 2018. This outing on Partout is not only the American's fourth vinyl excursion of the year, but arguably his strongest, too. He hits the ground running on opener "New Language", where vintage Steel City bleeps rise above doom-laden chords and crunchy electronic percussion, before peppering another drum machine rhythm with spacey electro style synth lines on "5 Phased". Over on the flip, Baggs successfully breaks up the beats, ratchets up the sub bass and reaches for the deep electronics on "As It Is", while closer "Bo Jangles" is a fine slab of foreboding, acid-flecked late night techno funk.
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  1. Breakin' (5:11)
  2. System Error (5:15)
  3. Robot Trippin' (feat TMR RBTR) (4:04)
  4. Automation Operation (6:44)
  5. Cyber Funk (6:31)
 in stock $10.08
Oba Enka (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MNQ 124. Rel: 06 Sep 18
  1. DEF (7:39)
  2. Ham (9:07)
  3. Oba Enka (7:20)
Review: Given he's previously released some seriously creepy, atmospheric techno on Berceuse Heroique and Pinkman, you'd expect Black Merlin's Mannequin Records debut to be similarly unsettling. That's certainly the case with A-side "DEF", a hypnotic and feverish affair where raw and restless, industrial-inspired riffs rise above paranoid, held-note chords and a locked-in drum track. You'll find more brain-melting, razor-sharp modular motifs on the arguably even more intense and wayward "Oba Enka", while closer "Ham" wraps undulating, acid-style electronic motifs around an altogether fuzzier, looser groove. It sounds like it would be capable of inducing vivid hallucinations in early morning dancers, which in our book is no bad thing.
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Cat: A+W XXXIV. Rel: 31 Jul 18
  1. Abuse Your Freedom (6:21)
  2. Weak People (6:42)
  3. Live In Fear Of Conflict (6:08)
  4. Denial Will Prevail (6:34)
Review: Joey Blush's releases under the Blush Response alias are getting increasingly dystopian. Abuse Your Freedom, his latest missive for longtime home Aufnahme + Wiedergabe, contains a quartet of tracks that wouldn't sound out of place sound-tracking the end of civilization. Check, for example, the thumping techno drums, restless acid lines, foreboding spoken word vocals and punchy EBM percussion hits of "Abuse Your Freedom", the fizzing lo-fi gloom of "Weak People" and the funk-fuelled Nitzer Ebb intensity of "Live in Fear of Conflict", which is so stylistically accurate that you half expect it to come with a shouty vocal from Douglas McCarthy. The excellent "Denial Will Prevail" inhibits similar sonic territory, albeit in a wilder and heavier vein.
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Played by: Edit Select
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  1. BPMF - "Zu Heib Fur Uns" (5:44)
  2. Heidi Sabertoorh - "So You Want To Take Back Your Will" (6:37)
  3. Synapse - "Shiny" (locked groove) (0:30)
  4. Somatic Responses - "Strategy Of Desire" (5:22)
  5. John Selway - "Brainchild" (5:29)
  6. Pointsman - "Dirty Shirt" (locked groove) (0:30)
Review: Seminal New York City imprint Serotonin lives on. John Selway and Jason Szostek present It's What We Live For: Volume 2 - the second in a series of compilations sharing their vision of sounds of tomorrow. Szostek himself dons the well known BPMF alias again for some fierce breakbeat techno action on "Zu Heib Fur Uns", the equally legendary Healy brothers aka Somatic Response still going strong - as heard on the slo-mo acid trance journey "Strategy Of Desire" and relative newcomer Heidi Sabertooth of Opal Onyx delivers some sludgy electro-punk antics on "So You Want To Take Back Your Will". There's some handy locked grooves on the electro-bass tip featured too by Synapse and Pointsman, which were pretty wicked too.
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Lim (12")
Cat: STS 33912. Rel: 07 Sep 18
  1. Lim (4:50)
  2. Recreation 26b (8:35)
Played by: Leah Floyeurs
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Cat: NKDLTD 002. Rel: 16 Aug 18
  1. SOST (5:28)
  2. Turtle Dance (7:12)
Review: Ben Westbeech continues to impress under the Breach alias, a pseudonym used for the Bristol producer's most dancefloor-focused material. In the past, much of this has been weighty and dancefloor focused, but in recent times Westbeech has served up far more melodious fare. "SOST", the track that opens the latest Breach 12", takes this approach, peppering a relaxed, funk-fuelled electro rhythm with cascading synthesizer melodies and attractively spacey electronics. The skewed deep electro vibe can also be heard on similarly attractive flipside "Turtle Dance", which fixes the far-sighted sounds of IDM/electro sort B12 to a rubbery synth bassline and punchy machine beats.
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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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Played by: Benjamin Fröhlich
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Ultratek (12")
Cat: LT 049. Rel: 05 Sep 18
  1. Cyborg's Theme (5:58)
  2. Tour De France '16 (4:54)
  3. Sea Warrior (5:59)
  4. Ultratek (4:39)
  5. Def6 (4:37)
Review: Next up on Lobster Theremin is the debut of Cyborg 95. However, word on the street is that it's 'an anonymous old-school electro project'. There are definitely some aquatic, dystopian.. Almost Drexciyan comparisons to be drawn - in the tradition of the genre's Detroit originals. Majestic futurist themes are explored on dramatic sonic journeys like "Cyborg's Theme" or "Def6", introverted late-night soundtracks in the vein of the legendary Gerald Donald can be heard on "Tour De France" while the breakneck fury of the title track was so intense that we had to double check that the record was actually on the right speed.
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Ne0 Ge0 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BAR 016. Rel: 06 Sep 18
  1. Zone Shifting (6:47)
  2. Vertexing (6:54)
  3. Ne0 Ge0 (3:46)
  4. Astronot (6:57)
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Cat: KOMPAKT 391. Rel: 12 Sep 18
  1. Tom Demac & Real Lies - "White Flowers" (7:56)
  2. Tom Demac - "Felix" (7:09)
  3. Tom Demac & Real Lies - "White Flowers" (Ambient mix) (3:09)
 in stock $12.80
AUX 4412 (hand-stamped numbered 12" limited to 150 copies)
Cat: AUX 4412. Rel: 23 Aug 18
  1. Eutechnik - "Monofunk" (4:30)
  2. Viewtiful Joe - "Mombacho" (3:42)
  3. Curios - "Jamp" (5:36)
  4. Xudpai - "47" (6:05)
  5. Phylum Sinter - "Soylent Bleem" (6:12)
  6. Titch Thomas - "Chime" (4:24)
  7. Envmod - "GHHYYTR2" (4:19)
  8. Beathaven - "Ode2tusticles" (4:15)
 in stock $14.98
  1. Furious Frank - "Victoria Park" (5:40)
  2. Rings Around Saturn - "Skywatch Dub" (5:24)
  3. Mic Mills - "HAARP" (4:57)
  4. Mic Mills - "HAARP" (Francis Inferno Orchestra remix) (11:26)
Review: Melbourne (by way of Adelaide) reppin' hard on the inauguration of new imprint Global Skywatch, following in the tradition of affiliated imprints such as Untzz Twelve Inch, Big Doint and Rhythm Works. For the foreseeable future, they'll be 'releasing audio recordings painstakingly designed to protect your mind and body from government control.' Fair enough then. Features Furious Frank with the deep space transmission of "Victoria Park", the always on-point Dan White - who dons the Rings Of Saturn alias again for the dubby and minimalist stepper "Skywatch Dub" and Mic Mills with "HAARP" but it's all about Francis Inferno Orchestra's deep balearic rendition on the flip that's absolutely terrific.
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Dog Swamp (12")
Cat: VV 002. Rel: 22 Aug 18
  1. LL (5:54)
  2. Dog Swamp (5:01)
  3. Exe (4:52)
Review: More oddball grooves from Down Under, courtesy of new Aussie imprint Vulcan Venti - which follows up a great debut by Tambo's House earlier in the year. The Melbournians present Perth's Hamish Rahm aka Hame DJ, whose Dog Swamp EP features three tracks carefully constructed for the discerning disc jockey. Enjoy the throwback sounds of '90s rave on "LL", the frantic yet rather evocative electro bass of the title track and "Exe" which goes for that classic West Yorkshire techno sound of yesteryear.
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 in stock $10.62
Al Naafiysh (The Soul) (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: 45 100. Rel: 07 Sep 18
  1. Al Naafiysh (The Soul) (edit 1) (4:33)
  2. Al Naafiysh (The Soul) (edit 2) (4:31)
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  1. The Gas Station (4:20)
  2. Spherical Harmonics (4:11)
  3. Multipole Expansion (5:20)
  4. Voice Of Dissent (5:20)
  5. Inorganic Carpentry (4:35)
 in stock $10.08
EBM Manifest Part 2 (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: AFULTD 73. Rel: 28 Aug 18
  1. Himmel & Holle (7:28)
  2. Satan & Deibel (5:55)
  3. Violent Stains (7:39)
  4. Dunkel (5:37)
Review: One below-the-line commentator on Discogs recently described Thomas P Heckmann as a "relentless producer". Given the number of EPs he's put out over the course of his 24-year career, it's an apt description. Fittingly, the four tracks here tend towards the "relentless", too, with Heckmann focusing the action around throbbing, strobe-ready rhythms, razor-sharp EBM synthesizer riffs, twisted acid lines and mind-altering electronics. These are proper club tracks for sweaty basements and smoky, dimly lit warehouses, with thunderous opener "Himmel and Hoelle" and the wild, psychedelic closer "Dunkel" being our highlights. That said, the more obviously EBM influenced "Violent Stains" is also top notch.
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 in stock $15.80
Forms (12")
Cat: UV 046. Rel: 06 Sep 18
  1. Forms (5:31)
  2. Glide (6:13)
  3. Glowworms (5:40)
  4. TWO (5:10)
Played by: Lee Holman
 in stock $11.71
Cat: USR 009. Rel: 21 Sep 18
  1. Out Of Sight
  2. Human Womb
  3. Cycloviran
 in stock $12.26
  1. Japan Blues - "Chapter V" (5:49)
  2. Tim Karbon - "Chapter VI" (6:04)
  3. Hiroaki Oba - "Chapter VII" (6:12)
  4. Shizka - "Chapter VIII" (4:16)
Review: Vox Populi's Field Works Vol.II sees the Berlin based label travelling to different parts of the world in order to collect sounds and archive some of the finest musical traditions. This record is the result of a trip to Japan led by Swiss anthropologist and label founder Fred Scharf. It was inspired by academic methods: particularly ethnomusicology and incorporates everything from field recordings, studio recordings, religious rituals, fighting championships and even wedding ceremonies. From the slo-mo acid of Japan Blues (Berceuse Heroique) seductive "Chapter V" to Frenchman Tim Karbon's exotic polythyrhms that hypnotise you on "Chapter VI" and Shizka (aka Inoue Shirabe) getting into some abstract groove theory on his splendid offering "Chapter VIII".
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Played by: Leah Floyeurs
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Ritmo Phantasma (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: PTN 010. Rel: 21 Sep 18
  1. Tikitaka
  2. Woob
  3. Late Nights
 in stock $12.80
Keep Your Mouth Shut 1 (limited 12" in spray-painted sleeve (comes in different coloured sleeve we cannot guarantee which one you will receive) 再出版)
Cat: KYMS 1. Rel: 22 Sep 18
  1. Track 1 (6:50)
  2. Track 2 (5:23)
  3. Track 3 (6:48)
  4. Track 4 (6:28)
Review: Despite scouring the Internet for the best part of an afternoon, we've been unable to identify the producer (or producers) behind "Keep Your Mouth Shut 1", an anonymous but quietly impressive four-track EP. While the untitled psychedelic techno shuffler that opens the EP sounds like a peak-time jam in the making, the cut that follows (simply titled "Track 2" here) is an exotic broken techno affair that makes superb use of raw, acid-fired sub-bass and haunting, almost child-like vocal samples. There's more hybrid fun to be found on the flip, where a driving breakbeat cut comes wrapped in shimmering, summery chords ("Track 3"), and a high-octane, acid-fired electro jam threatens to whisk us off to a deep space destination unknown.
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Played by: Skudge
 in stock $13.89
Car EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: KAFTEN 012. Rel: 17 Sep 18
  1. In The Back Of My Car (4:44)
  2. Watch Your Car (4:13)
  3. Your Car Is My Car (6:33)
Review: While electro and techno pioneers Kraftwerk were obsessed with the humble bicycle, Kaften regular Klorex 55 is more partial to motor vehicles. At least that's what the electro stalwart is celebrating on this first solo 12" in nigh on six years. Opener "In The Back Of My Car" is a punchy, full-throttle affair, with robotic vocoder vocals and tongue-in-cheek vocal samples bouncing giddily above a throbbing four-to-the-floor electro rhythm. "Watch Your Car" is darker but funkier, with more metallic electronics and a more menacing vocal, while "Your Car Is My Car" is a riot of bustling techno-tempo drums, razor-sharp electronics, broken robot riffs and a ghetto-tech style vocal (minus the sleaze and misogyny) to help things move along at a pleasingly frenetic pace.
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Muskelbein (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PSR 004. Rel: 03 Sep 18
  1. Muskelbein
  2. Alternative Facts
  3. Diabolik
  4. Der Wuestensohn
  5. The Next
Review: Myn's excellent Public System label returns to the fray after strong early entries from Buttechno, DJ Spider and Grey People and the fantastic All Watched Over By Machines Of Loving Grace compilation. This time around it's Fallbeil's Kluentah serving up some of that edgy, EBM-tinted beatdown business for the Paris-based label, creating some savagely potent dancefloor bombs in the process. "Muskelbein" is a slamming workout that Nitzer Ebb would have been totally satisfied with, while "Alternative Facts" takes a more uneasy route into grubby analogue arpeggios and snaking beats. "Diabolik" is another assured club wrecker, while "Der Wuestensohn" cools things to a sinister, subtly funky creep before the last noirish trip on "The Next."
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Played by: Jensen Interceptor
 in stock $10.34
Fresh Gildans (12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: FIREC 026. Rel: 12 Sep 18
  1. Fresh Gildans (5:44)
  2. Solar Panel (3:41)
  3. Another Late Night (5:03)
Review: Next up with his take on the electro sound is Firecracker Recordings co-head Linkwood, who looks to Motor City greats like Drexciya and Japanese Telecom on the aquatic future-funk of "Fresh Gildans" which is quite majestic in all its soulful and bass driven feel. On the flip are two deeper and more introspective cuts, with the immersive "Solar Panel" going for a hypnotic ambient house vibe, or the sublime deep techno journey "Another Late Night" taking its cues respectfully from Detroit like on the previous side. Another great EP by this stalwart of the Scottish scene, which the label best describe themselves as designed for the dancefloor, the sofa and all points in between.
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 in stock $14.71
Walking The Streets (12" + insert)
Cat: OP 008. Rel: 05 Sep 18
  1. Other Acid Lands (4:55)
  2. A Day Of Electrical Revolution (5:17)
  3. Easy Life (4:44)
  4. Walking The Streets (3:17)
Played by: Lee Holman, Anna Wall
 in stock $11.97
Press By The Group (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: TPG 004. Rel: 22 Aug 18
  1. Youthman - "Aemilia" (6:00)
  2. Ten Letu - "Ah, You Shot Me!" (6:54)
  3. Rupert Marnie - "Health" (6:44)
  4. Dj Dodo - "The Machine" (7:05)
  5. AAAClimax - "WifiOnIce" (0:38)
 in stock $10.08
Reality EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: DOD 222. Rel: 30 Jul 18
  1. Lightyears From You (6:43)
  2. Reality (6:34)
  3. Wanna E (5:25)
  4. Closer (5:17)
  5. 1997 (vocal mix) (5:05)
Review: Amsterdam's young Depth Over Distance label is finding its feet amid a hybrid blend of house and bass, slowly forming a sound and a collective of artists that look to be promising. For their second outing, they've entrusted newcomer McGregor with the controls, and the fresh-faced producer lays down some majestic deep-house on the opening "Lightyears From You", followed by the more tribal-minded groove that is "Reality". Over on the flip, "Wanna E" is a choppy, off-kilter MPC workout, while "Closer" heads down the jungle for a fluid wave of breaks, and "1997 (vocal mix)" tears the place apart with a lovely, distinctly UK, broken beat killer. Tip!
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 in stock $12.26
SCDD 007 (12")
Cat: SCDD 007. Rel: 15 Aug 18
  1. Psychic & Mental (4:36)
  2. Scram (4:11)
  3. Little Friend (4:31)
  4. Partly Sunny (5:26)
Review: Although still little known in Europe, Nite Fleit is a headline attraction in her native Australia, where dancers flock to hear her driving and dystopian DJ sets. It's perhaps unsurprising, then, that fellow Aussie Mall Grab has signed her to his fast-rising Steel City Dance Discs imprint. This debut 12" is rather impressive, all told, with highlights including the ragged electro/acid/EBM fusion of opener "Psychic and Mental", the ludicrously bass-heavy, acid-electro rumble of "Little Friend" and the throbbing, acid-fired electronic psychedelia of triumphant EP closer "Partly Sunny". Those looking for something warmer and breezier should also check the breakbeat-driven dreaminess of "Scram".
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Cat: CC 07. Rel: 12 Sep 18
  1. Vertikal 1 (6:17)
  2. Solar Wind (8:23)
  3. Soyuz 36 (6:39)
  4. Luna 2 (7:09)
  5. Coronas I (6:31)
Review: Budapest's Norwell has had a great run of releases on Farbwechsel, New Flesh and his newly inaugurated CRISIS recently which further displayed his penchant for ice-cold noir electro antics. The Interkosmos EP is his second release this year on Belfast's Computer Controlled, where he executes yet more of his retro-flavoured exploits. Featuring such majestic industrial acid journeys like "Solar Wind", through to gritty electro-techno crossover as heard on "Soyuz 36" that's reminiscent of Miss Kittin & The Hacker's anthems from the turn of the millennium, through to banging Viewlexx/Murder Capital style tributes like "Coronas I".
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AFTRMTH (12")
Cat: CPU 01000000. Rel: 30 Aug 18
  1. LPC-10 (5:26)
  2. Polytopes (4:58)
  3. AFTRMTH (4:15)
  4. Skyline (6:10)
  5. Mothership (5:08)
  6. Nemesis (3:22)
 in stock $9.79
Casa Sports Vol 1 (12" 再出版)
Cat: CSV 01. Rel: 19 Sep 18
  1. OCB - "Aquaquest" (5:13)
  2. OCB - "Tour De France" (Ohm track) (5:04)
  3. Kosh - "Eat A Soup" (5:04)
  4. Kosh - "Keep Trying" (5:14)
  5. Viewtiful Joe - "0356" (3:59)
 in stock $11.44
Slave (Infiltrate remix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: INFILTRATE 02. Rel: 20 Aug 18
  1. Slave
  2. Rebelion
  3. Tension (Infiltrate remix)
  4. Tension
Review: Hitting its stride under the umbrella of Burnski's Constant Sound label, Infiltrate serves up round two from lesser-known talent Pakzad. The electro vibes are dark and deadly on this record, leading in with the murky, dubbed out delights of "Slave" before swerving into the crisp machine funk workout "Rebelion." The Infiltrate remix of "Tension" opens up the B-side with some sinister synth pulses strafing across the low mids and a constant unease courtesy of the sustained strings, contrasting the more playful programming of Pakzad's original. This is classy, hyper modern electro that taps into the current wave of the genre perfectly.
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Cat: HHANDS 005. Rel: 04 Sep 18
  1. Socket Power (5:34)
  2. Balance Beam (6:16)
  3. Socket Power (Junq remix) (6:35)
Review: Holding Hands' fifth release - and third of 2018 - comes from a previously unheard source, debutant producer Adam Pits. It's a pretty confident debut, too, with the "London-Leeds" musician combining a range of complimentary stylistic elements on a trio if tasty cuts. On the A-side you'll find "Socket Power", a hard-wired electro cut that peppers a bouncy beat-box rhythm with raw analogue bass, ghostly electronic melodies and all manner of computer beeps and bleeps. You'll find an altogether darker and more macabre-sounding interpretation of the same cut by Junq nestling on the B-side, alongside the rubbery, rave-tinged electro/space-funk fusion of "Balance Beam".
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Cat: MRR 10. Rel: 06 Aug 18
  1. NTLTJ (5:45)
  2. Assume (4:25)
  3. Horizon (2:54)
  4. Records (2:57)
  5. Lunatic (5:08)
  6. Lunatic (Grammar Of Movement remix) (6:58)
 in stock $12.26
La Boum (12")
Cat: BAP 123. Rel: 12 Sep 18
  1. La Boum (4:07)
  2. Unfriend (5:23)
  3. Beta Industries (5:03)
  4. For Your Mind (5:14)
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Broken Land EP (12" 再出版)
Cat: WWM 001. Rel: 02 Aug 18
  1. Broken Land (6:06)
  2. Hypersleep (6:25)
  3. Plasma Potential (5:48)
  4. Moroz (7:16)
Review: Fresh from a sequence of rock solid EPs on Frustrated Funk, Reedale Rise (AKA producer Simon Keat) helps launch debutant label When We Met. In keeping with the vast majority of his output, the Broken Land EP presents a series of glistening, melodious, intergalactic electro workouts, superbly supplemented by an awe-inspiring dash of Motor City techno revivalism (the hissing hi-hats, spacey synth motifs and sun-ripe electronics of "Plasma Potential"). Of the included electro cuts, it's arguably the dreamy and melancholic "Moroz" and sparkling "HYpersleep" that stand out, though opener "Broken Land" - a track that effortlessly joins the dots between mid '90s intelligent techno and early breakbeat hardcore - is also top-notch.
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Cat: HBE 008. Rel: 19 Sep 18
  1. Doom 2020 (8:51)
  2. G Club Live (5:50)
  3. Body Control (6:27)
Review: Parisian imprint Hard Beach Entertainment follow up some great releases by Corporation Mindfuck, DJ SCSI and Bastien Carrara with some old-school electro vibes by the mysterious Reflective Souls. This is their second release for the label. Beginning in bold fashion with the brooding retro bounce of "Doom 2020" on the A side, but it's on the flip where this 12" really shines. The evocative Motor City aesthetic of "G Club Live" was a particular highlight, while the tough electro-bass of "Body Control" has a wicked groove that's more than capable of getting some heads-down moments on the dancefloor.
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Cat: GB 003. Rel: 12 Sep 18
  1. Free Because It's Yours (5:26)
  2. Seracs (5:04)
  3. The Goo (5:50)
  4. Yup Da Boys (3:47)
Played by: Leah Floyeurs
 in stock $10.88
Cat: UMX 009. Rel: 29 Aug 18
  1. Rise Black - "Privacy" (5:10)
  2. Rise Black - "Detroid" (5:19)
  3. Paulus8 - "Biomechanics" (9:37)
 in stock $9.26
Cat: NATURAL 022. Rel: 05 Sep 18
  1. OST Contract (6:41)
  2. Nyke Club (6:38)
  3. Emotion (CGI Feed) (7:07)
  4. Tunnel S3 (6:39)
Review: Modern retroverts Natural Sciences return with some old school techno flavours courtesy of Jack Roland, who's back after a couple of terrific releases last year on UN.TO and Lonely Planet Recs. His new EP titled Control: Applications is a journey into a futuristic offworld environment, where his skillfully crafted electro beats provide wonderfully for its dystopian soundtrack. From the entrancing and suspense-filled opener "OST Contract"or the fierce electro-bass onslaught of "Nyke Club" - the A side has definitely got you sorted for the club side of things. It's on the flip however where Roland goes deeper into the void with two brooding and introverted cuts: particularly "Emotion" (CGI Feed) which goes deep down the alleys of the mind in the tradition of Carl Finlow or Anthony Rother.
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 in stock $10.35
Mood EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SALT 009. Rel: 12 Sep 18
  1. Double Reflection (5:55)
  2. Mood (6:32)
  3. Out Of My Mind (6:42)
  4. Out Of My Mind (Jensen Interceptor remix) (6:51)
 in stock $10.88
Cat: BA 079. Rel: 31 Aug 18
  1. Degraded (8:15)
  2. Degraded (TFHats remix) (5:43)
  3. Degraded (W1b0 Violation In G Minor) (6:42)
  4. Degraded (Slaves Of Sinus remix) (5:23)
 in stock $11.71
Cat: AF 016. Rel: 13 Sep 18
  1. Cores (4:46)
  2. Re-Turn (6:28)
  3. Smoke Machine (4:57)
  4. Re-Turn (Bitstream Martian mix) (5:57)
 in stock $12.26
Nocturnal (12")
Cat: D&H 002. Rel: 10 Sep 18
  1. MS 04 (3:55)
  2. MS 08 (4:21)
  3. 007 (4:49)
  4. MS 04 (138 remix) (4:49)
  5. 007 (SC-164 remix) (6:18)
Review: Georgia-born, Brooklyn-based Sophia Saze set up Dusk & Haze to release 'genre-free' experimental music, exhibited in the label's debut release entitled 'Solace' EP featuring four versatile cuts from Sophia herself and twisted electro and techno remixes from Umwelt and Benjamin Damage. The second release comes from the enigmatic SDX, a masked artist who's fiercely championed left-of-centre dance music for decades. Crunchy drums and a thumping bassline kick things off in 'MS 04' before Los Angeles duo 138 provide an outstanding remix incorporating a cacophony of raw breaks. Modulated flutters, warped blips and white noise create 'MS 08', leading into the organic drums and off-kilter arpeggios of '007' until New York's SC- 164 reworks '007' delivering a pulsating sub and distorted vocal chops.
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 in stock $11.71
Bittersweet (blue vinyl 12")
Cat: V 980. Rel: 06 Sep 18
  1. The Wip (4:13)
  2. Noise (3:52)
  3. Wish (6:49)
  4. Worms (4:35)
 in stock $10.62
Diamonds EP (7" limited to 200 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: YOV 7A. Rel: 12 Sep 18
  1. Diamonds (4:07)
  2. Noh Mas (3:38)
  3. I,I (1:52)
 in stock $10.62
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