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Defend Your Planet
  1. The Advent & Zein Ferreira - "Defend Your Planet" (4:41)
  2. Assembler Code - "Line Of Sight" (5:19)
  3. Carl Finlow - "Syncopated Automated" (6:57)
  4. Versalife - "SH09" (6:02)
Review: This is a special sampler 12" taken from the Various Artists compilation Defend Your Planet that Avoidant Records put out. It features a heavyweight crew of electro mainstays, first of which are The Advent & Zein Ferreira. Their 'Defend Your Plane' is a turbo powered cosmic assault with skewed synths and high speed drums. Assembler Code's 'Line Of Sight' doesn't let up, powering on through sheet metal snares and juddering drum programming and then man like Carl Finlow layers in prickly melodies, dark sci-fi energy and booming bass. Analogue master Versalife shits things down with the shadowy 'SH09.'
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Forest Virus EP
Cat: OOT 03. Rel: 30 Dec 20
  1. Forest Virus (6:53)
  2. Bollywood (7:16)
  3. Marvin's Track (5:24)
  4. Celestial Atmosphere (6:39)
Review: Just when you thought the pandemic couldn't get more complicated, along comes Saverio Celestri with a whole new variant. Welcome 'Forest Virus', even more contagious and infectious than Corona but, thankfully, about 10,000,000 times more enjoyable. Four tracks deep, each one promises total respite and escapism from the current strange reality; 'Forest Virus' doffs its cap to Detroit with its synth simplicity and relentless drive, 'Bollywood' takes us to the starts with maximal effect; stomping kicks, swampy pads and Orbital-style waves of synths, 'Marvin's Track' is an emotional bulldozer that gets more and more intense as more instruments are introduced mid-way before 'Celestial Atmosphere' closes with a sense of church-like scale and sobriety while remaining raw and about as clean as the discarded facemasks you see in many gutters right now.
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Machine Funk 6/12: Rat Hacker
Machine Funk 6/12: Rat Hacker (12" picture disc)
Cat: ER 010. Rel: 14 Jan 21
  1. Rad Gadget (5:18)
  2. 100 Years (5:40)
  3. Zeta Phaser (5:44)
  4. Rat Hacker (5:15)
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Machine Funk 5/12: Scientific Progress
Cat: ER 009. Rel: 14 Jan 21
  1. Scientific Progress (3:48)
  2. Science & Industry (5:21)
  3. Virtual Reality (4:30)
  4. Depeche Modes (4:07)
  5. Funk Machine (5:36)
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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)
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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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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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Played by: Burnski, Subb-an
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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 German 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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Different Worlds Same Stories EP
Cat: BIR 001. Rel: 30 Dec 20
  1. With Some Flash People (6:28)
  2. Cosmic Jam (6:42)
  3. Colours By Numbers (7:57)
  4. Different Worlds, Same Stories (5:53)
Review: Stoic techno veteran Kurt Baggaley dons his Scape One alias to kick off a new year with this powerful four-tracker on new Mixcult subsidiary Believe In Records. As you'd expect from the man of many aliases and strong pedigree for experimenting, it's a total trip... 'With Some Flash People' is the banger of the bunch with its plunging, robust beats while the remainder of the EP gets more and more fantastical the deeper we dig into it: 'Cosmic Jam' is a planet-bouncing dreamer, 'Colours By Numbers' takes us into 7 or 8am territory with its gentle ebb and flow pads and slo-mo break rolls before 'Different Worlds, Same Stories' takes us on arpeggio stairway beyond the clouds. Sit comfortably.
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I Need A Freak (reissue)
I Need A Freak (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: DE 264. Rel: 15 Jan 21
  1. I Need A Freak (5:48)
  2. If I Gave You A Party (5:36)
  3. You Are My Sexual Connection (4:46)
  4. Exercise Your Ass Off (5:38)
  5. KISSING (6:16)
  6. We Didn't Say It (6:17)
  7. We Want Prince (6:05)
  8. These Are The Things That I Like (6:29)
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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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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 $18.23
Transhuman
Transhuman (limited numbered gatefold 180 gram red vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: UNLTD 2010. Rel: 08 Jan 21
  1. Transhuman (3:09)
  2. Hamburg - Dusseldorf (3:51)
  3. Zukunftmusik (Radiophonique) (3:02)
  4. Specimen (3:45)
  5. Clone (3:53)
  6. To The Limit (4:41)
  7. Zufallswelt (3:49)
  8. Plant In Fever (5:04)
  9. Shifted Reality (5:18)
  10. Kreiselkompass (4:03)
  11. Data Landscape (3:43)
  12. Transhumanist (3:34)
  13. Sexersizer (5:17)
  14. Maschinenraum (4:53)
  15. Let Yourself Go (3:01)
  16. Let Yourself Go (Beatsole remix) (6:36)
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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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