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Fields & Forests 2
Cat: F&F 002. Rel: 10 Nov 14
  1. Fantasy
  2. Raw Abstractionism
  3. Torri Wowo
  4. Acoustic Cut
Review: After a successful debut release with Untitled Gear, Croatian label continues their journey through fields and forests. Still exploring the Russian Federation, only this time they hired Udacha's honcho and main protagonist A5. Record kicks off with 'Fantasy'. A dreamy kalimba piece which eventually evolves into a deep house track and could be described as a soundtrack from your latest dream while 'Raw Abstractionism' doesn't disappoint it's name. On the flip side we are introduced to the afro banger 'Torri Wowo' which feels almost like driving through safari on a truck. 'Acoustic Cut' calms things down and brings us to an end with a clear message.
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You're No Good (Theo Parrish remix)
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The Abstract Matters EP
  1. Neighbours
  2. Interplanetary Connection
  3. Mennie
Played by: Sahin Meyer
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GOST 002
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Legende (12")
Cat: KOMPAKT 309. Rel: 02 Oct 14
  1. Run Away From The Sun
  2. Lola In The City
  3. Legende
  4. Walty
Review: Matias Aguayo returns to the warm bosom of Cologne's Kompakt label - the imprint on which he first made his name - for his first outing of 2014. The typically atmospheric Legende is not a great departure musically - his usual skewed pop, minimal techno, subtle new wave guitars, fuzzy electronica and woozy ambient influences are all present and correct - but it is decidedly impressive (thanks, in no small part, to his mastery of mood and melody). The title track impresses with its' fluttering, glitchy approach, while "Run Away From The Sun" recalls his early material on Kompakt Pop. Best of all, though, is "Lola in the City", a decidedly off-kilter fusion of traditional Chilean instrumentation, spacey bleep melodies and a scratchy, loose-sounding groove.
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Pure EP
Pure EP (hand-stamped electric blue vinyl 10")
Cat: REBLTD 003. Rel: 21 Nov 13
  1. Pure (original mix)
  2. Surf On A Waveform (Greg Beato remix)
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Ganondorf (12")
Cat: EOLB 1. Rel: 28 Oct 13
  1. Appian - "G381"
  2. NDV - "Chestivations"
  3. Cyclonix - "Rising Tide"
  4. Nubian Mindz - "Lock Out"
Review: End of Level Boss Records is a joint project from Tusk and Cyclonix celebrating the world of video game technostalgia through electronic music. End Of Level Boss 1 Ganondorf. Ganondorf is the humanoid form of Ganon, the ultimate embodiment of evil and hatred, the nemesis of Link, and the final boss in many of the Legend of Zelda games. Ganondorf is a formidable sorcerer and a shapeshifter. His hatred is so intense that he can survive even the total obliteration of his body and remain conscious. An ultimate bad ass.

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Second EP (includes Nicholas remix)
  1. Alaska
  2. Na'am
  3. CUx3 (Nicholas & Marcoradi remix)
  4. Zubr (Ranacat remix)
Review: Londoners Kiwi and Ashworth return to Sneaky for a follow-up to Dawn EP, the warm, dusty and at times experimental release, championed by the likes of Daniel Avery, Eric Duncan and Tiefschwarz.
This Second EP takes a new format, with two original tracks 'Alaska' and 'Na'am' on the A-side, backed up by a Nicholas & Marcoradi remix of CUX3 and Ranacat's remix of Zubr. Alaska could be described as an amalgamation of the inspirations that lead to the first Sneaky release, combining the pumping house beats of CUX3, the comforting Wurlitzer of Zubr and the ethereal movie-soundtrack Dusk. Na'am is something totally different, existing mainly as a collage of recorded and found sounds, avoiding the usual structure of house music in favour of something reminiscent of the weirder side of the Chemical Brothers. Strange though the track may be, the climax would undoubtedly move a room full of pilled up ravers to a state of frenzy. The B-side remixes both hint to dance floors of the 90s, with Nicholas and Marcoradi making you wait and wait before dropping an unforgettable piano hook, whilst Sneaky's Ranacat lifts Zubr out of context and into peak time territory.
With great support from Laurent Garnier, Tensnake, Jef K, Mosca, Dusky, Kiki, to name just a few.
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Cat: MMC 004. Rel: 18 Jun 21
  1. Withdrawal (Mark Pistel Deep dub) (7:42)
  2. Withdrawal (7:20)
  3. Confused (6:08)
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Between Stars Remixes Vol I
  1. 1994 (Sasse Deep Ocean remix)
  2. Dead Feat Colorado (Miguel Puente remix)
  3. 1994 (Roberto Rodriguez remix)
  4. Different Channels (feat Andrea Olarte - Jonas Saalbach remix)
Review: Taken from the highly praised debut from Maurice Aymard album Between Stars we present the first remix EP featuring new as well as more seasoned remixers such as Roberto Rodriguez, Sasse, Miguel Puente and Jonas Saalbach. On The A-side Sasse takes a dark Detroit path on his remix of 1994, adding throbbing sub bass and soaring strings for a 5 AM dancefloor workout. Miguel Puente houses up Dead feat Colorado and the result is a very emotional house ride. Roberto Rodriguez drops a beautiful slow jam of 1994, full of nuances of deep house, acid and soulful vibes, perfect for the warm club night in the middle of the winter. Jonas Saalbach from Einmusika transforms Different Channels into a hypnotic and dark journey for the modern dancefloor, making a perfect closing for this fine EP
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Recollections EP
Recollections EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SCN 005. Rel: 29 Oct 14
  1. Recollections
  2. Many Years Later
  3. Recollections (The Cyclist mix)
  4. Recollections (Cloudface mix)
Review: Liverpool-based producer Bantam Lions has long been part of the Scenery Records family, helping label boss ASOK launch the imprint with 2012's One To One EP. Here he returns with his third 12" for the label. Lead cut "Recollections" is particularly good, delivering a deep and attractive fusion of fuzzy analogue warm, dreamy melodies and intoxicating chords. He ups the tempo further on "Many Years Later". Which layers dubbed-out chords and swirling textures over an energy-packed techno groove. The accompanying remixes are pretty tasty, too, with The Cyclist particularly impressing with his Detroit techno-goes-lo-fi interpretation of "Recollections". That said, the dreamy, new age-influenced downtempo take from Mood Hut regular Cloudface is pretty darn good, too.
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The Sun Rising (K Lost Acid Dub)
The Sun Rising (K Lost Acid Dub) (limited 1-sided 10")
Cat: KLAD 01. Rel: 10 Dec 20
  1. The Sun Rising (K Lost Acid dub) (4:26)
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Cat: MDL 01. Rel: 15 Sep 14
  1. Seraphim
  2. Firebird
Review: Modelmaker is a new London label from the collective minds of Dan Berkson and James What. The esteemed house duo has long been garnishing a range of international imprints with their inventive analogue house and techno sounds, but now they are focussing on their own outlet. Initially launching with a couple of self penned EPs, release number three will be the pair's long-time-in-the-making debut album, and after that a considered selection of other talents will join the ranks as the label pushes on. Always primarily focussed on machine made, texturally rich house and techno, each release will come with unique artwork based on works from What's great grandfather, Conrad Felixmuller, who was a well known German expressionist.
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Spacejam (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: WRECKS 3. Rel: 07 Jul 14
  1. Spacejam
  2. No I Didn't
  3. Oist Mal
Review: Klasse Wrecks welcomes Bristol-based Marco Bernardi to its ranks following strong releases for Clone, Delsin, Rawax, Planet E, and most recently the Kelly Twins' Happy Skull label. Spacejam provides an EP of demented drums, fiddling electronics and refreshing originality, showcasing the signature sound of the studio-obsessed Scottish born DJ and producer. His idiosyncratic style runs through the three tracks here, from the space jack and Green Velvet-inspired vocals of the title track, through the rubbery funk of "No I Didn't" and frenetic acid of "Oist Mal".
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Ufff (12")
Cat: TR 024. Rel: 18 Nov 13
  1. Uff (Melchior Productions Limited edit)
  2. Uffapella
  3. So They Say
  4. Uff (original)
Review: Baby Ford and Zip need little introduction and debut on Trelik as "BFZ" featuring co-conspiritor Thomas Melchior. The trio originally appeared on the 1999 "Perlondon" 12" for Perlon with Ford and Zip re-uniting for the "Glidin' Along The Riverbed" release then 2010's "Clean Hands" on PAL SL. Thomas Melchior recently appearing on [a:rpia:r] and his own Aspect Music kicks off the 12" with a floor friendly up-beat 9 minute "Melchior Productions LTD" edit remix of "Uff". An "Uffapella" closes the A-side featuring abstract sound design and textured vocals. Side-B's "So They Say" creates a feeling of space and unhurried rhythmatics whilst the title track "Uff" combines deep instrumentals, chord and haunting vox with subtle bass and modulating kick. Recorded in London and Berlin. Mastered at D & M.
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Like Father Like Son
  1. Big Strick - "Rain Dance"
  2. Generation Next - "And You Too"
  3. Generation Next - "Like Father, Like Son" (feat Big Strick)
Review: Like Father, Like Son sees Big Strick and his prodigious son Generation Next team up for a split 12" showcasing this pair of criminally underappreciated Detroit producers. "Rain Dance" sees the elder of the two deliver a deep techno journey filled with abstracted textures and organic chimes that sound, while the young Generation Next shows a remarkable maturity beyond his years on "And You Too", where sparse, subtle chords and the simplest of melodies drift by on a light rhythm. On "Like Father, Like Son" the two pair up for the most gently uplifting of deep piano jams. Just like pretty much everything on 7 Days Entertainment, this is some nigh on essential material.
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Powerhouse (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: PP 045. Rel: 21 Oct 20
  1. Eingang (1:15)
  2. Slug (2:22)
  3. Locally Lost (2:35)
  4. New Haircut (2:58)
  5. Ohio Dad (3:29)
  6. Chocolate For Breakfast (4:23)
Review: Munich's Public Possession label returns with an lovely EP by new London-based outfit Birthday. The pop duo was founded in 2016 by RIP Swirl & Fake Laugh. Having had some great feedback on their first releases, they took a break to focus on their solo projects and other endeavours in and around the music industry, but make their comeback on Powerhouse. With the sweet as candy ditties like "Slug", to hazy and vaporised drifters like 'Locally Lost' or moments of sublime weirdo humour as heard on 'Chocolate For Breakfast' this could well be the most awesome comedown album of 2020.
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The Last Remixes
Cat: ERS 014. Rel: 13 Oct 14
  1. Circle Dance (Nacho Patrol remix)
  2. Meditation (Luke Wyatt remix)
  3. Highway (Sad City remix)
  4. Tortuga (Valet remix)
Review: Following the critical success of last years mini-LP The Last Tortuga, Black Deer is back on Emotional Response with a 4 track remix EP featuring friends and alumni Nacho Patrol, Luke Wyatt, Sad City and Valet. William Burnett returns to the label in the form of a remixes EP that takes his original productions and hands it to a broad selection of today's finest electronic producers, plus a rare outing from one of the label's favourite pyschedelic experimentalists. While Danny Wolfer's Legowelt project needs little introduction, it was only right that his inclusion on the label came from a more cosmic outlook. With must have EPs and a long player offered, his afro-infused Nacho Patrol moniker is a must check. In Circle Dance the original is taken by the hand down to an afro-tech-funk'n'breaks basement for one of his best remixes to date and rightly so for one of his old buds. Luke Wyatt follows with an uplifting and warped retake on Meditation. The kraut influence of the original is built on with fuzz guitar and a solo that builds across the track to a higher peak. Play this at sunrise for reaffirmation of life itself. Next is a big favourite of the label, catching the ear from his first release on Underwater Peoples
and a lush follow up for Phonica. His pure ambience of a remix strips everything back and lets the 4th World shine. With a 2nd EP due on Phonica, look out for something on this label soon. Finally, one of the main influences on the label when it started a few years back. Valet aka Portland multi-instrumentalist and mum, Honey Owens offers a deep, beautiful and haunting retake, adding whispers, drones, guitar, toms, keys and intonations to swallow you whole.
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Tiger Fisted EP
Cat: QUINTESSE 77. Rel: 23 Jun 21
  1. Baby Needs A Fix (6:50)
  2. Future RVBD (6:56)
  3. I'll Make You Hot (6:03)
  4. Tiger Fisted (8:33)
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Hypercall EP
Cat: PLAYRJC 070. Rel: 20 Jul 21
  1. Station To Station (6:21)
  2. Transpork (5:43)
  3. Miracoli (7:00)
  4. Data Life (4:07)
Review: Although their collaborative releases as Black Spuma are more sporadic than we may like, Fabrizio Mammarella and Phillip Lauer never fail to deliver the goods on the rare occasions that they get together in the studio. The Hypercall EP is their first joint effort for two years and sees them pitch up on Live at Robert Johnson for the first time following a series of inspired outings on International Feel and Futureboogie Recordings. After opening with the rugged by colourful Italo-disco revivalism of 'Station to Station', the pair variously offer up synth-heavy high-energy excitement (the Bobby Orlando-influenced 'Transpork'), bleeping, rave-igniting hedonism (the pleasingly throbbing, camp and masculine 'Miracoli'), and squelchy, acid-flecked electro ('Data Life').
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Played by: DJ ROCCA, LesYeuxOrange
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Fusci EP
Fusci EP (12")
Cat: OT 008. Rel: 18 Jun 14
  1. Fusci
  2. Confuzed House
  3. Occhi Blue
  4. II Canto
Review: JD Twitch seems to have an obsession with Italian music; amazingly, four of the first eight releases on the excellent - and typically hard to pin down - Optimo Trax imprint have come from Italian bands and producers. This second EP from Milanese twosome Boot & Trax fits into that category. It's as stylish and - on occasions - dark as you'd perhaps expect, variously being influenced by '80s industrial, fizzing post-punk, chugging Chicago house and strobelight electronica. There's naturally much to enjoy, from the hypnotic, left-of-centre Italian house revivalism of "Il Canto" and fuzzy "Ochhi Blu", to the energetic, darkwave-meets-punk funk rush of the irrepressible title track.
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Mr Machine: The Remixes
  1. Pretend (Soul Clap remix)
  2. Mi Corazon (DollKraut rework)
  3. Mi Corazon (Horror Inc Echoes Of My Love remix)
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You Should Know
You Should Know (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: BEC 5161409. Rel: 18 Jul 13
  1. You Should Know (original)
  2. You Should Know (alternate take)
  3. You Should Know (Busy P & Boston Bun remix)
  4. You Should Know (Homework Le Bain remix)
  5. You Should Know (The Swiss remix)
  6. You Should Know (Le Family club remix)
Review: More gossamer smooth disco electro soul from Ed Banger's biggest lothario, "You Should Know" is a steamy mid tempo number that's just as rich in emotion as it is groove. As with all Breakbot numbers, there's a wealth of remixes to complement its romantic tendencies... Busy P and Boston Bun get all jacking and loopy, Homework Le Bain throw down a classic NY piano house version, The Swiss gets all rainbow Italo and Le Family serve up a slippery synth bass groove over some classic US garage beats. An impeccable package here... You should know this!
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Paradigms 01
  1. Alexis Cabrera & Mariano Mateljan - "Usual Rack Mash" (6:49)
  2. Masa - "Pump" (6:40)
  3. Jake Flory - "Octafunk" (6:30)
  4. Madezh - "Look At Me" (6:22)
Review: Paradigms is the first instalment of a Various Artist series that sees Germany label U Dig welcome back regulars Alexis Cabrera and Mariano Mateljan next to newcomers to the family Masa, Jake Flory and Madezh. The sound is superbly tight, hyper minimal electronic funk that takes you on a wonky trip to a dance floor at 5am. Jake Flory's 'Octafunk' is a favourite for us - the bendy synths, daubs of neon colour, scurrying sound effects all bring the wriggling groove very much to life. Madezh's 'Look At Me' is equally effective with its direct kicks, off-grid chords and playful sense of funk.
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Cat: KOMPAKT 434. Rel: 20 Jul 21
  1. Everything (feat Play Paul) (5:29)
  2. Everything (instrumental) (5:28)
  3. Pulsions Organiques (5:13)
Review: 'Everything', Captain Mustache's Play Paul-sporting Kompakt label debut, may well be the sometime Bordello a Parigi and My Favourite Robot Records contributor's strongest single to date. Combining punchy electro beats, throbbing space disco synth sounds (think Lindstrom's 'I Feel Space'), picturesque lead lines and wavy female vocals, the track wears its vintage influences proudly whilst still offering something fresh, different and thrillingly addictive. The same could be said of bonus cut 'Pulsions Organique', a veritable squelch-along which pits melancholic, mid-'80s synth pop chords and memorable, Pet Shop Boys style melodies against Bobby Orlando-esque sequenced bass and hybrid freestyle/electro beats. Like the title track, it's genuinely ace.
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Suddenly Remixes EP
Cat: SLANG 50301. Rel: 05 Mar 21
  1. Ravi (Shanti Celeste remix) (5:15)
  2. Sunny's Time (Kareem Ali remix) (6:03)
  3. Sunny's Time (Logic1000 remix) (3:57)
  4. Like I Loved You (India Jordan remix) (5:36)
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Wolf EP 023
Cat: WOLFEP 023. Rel: 12 Feb 14
  1. Principles
  2. AWD
  3. Stirling (feat High Hopes)
  4. Stirling (feat High Hopes - Damiano von Erckert remix)
Review: Nicholas Church and Joseph Spencer's Casino Times collaboration makes its way onto Wolf Music for the first time with the four-track Wolf 23 EP. First up is the ravey, French house and broken beat disco throwback "Principles", which leads into a rich sounding and piano sprinkled "AWD". Things become all the more low slung on a moody, rhode-driven "Stirling" featuring the Galchwer Lustwerk-esque vocals of High Hope, which Damiano von Erckert turns into a tribal, deep and dubby late night rhythm. A killer rework indeed.
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Retroactive (hand-stamped double 12")
Cat: RETRO 1. Rel: 07 May 21
  1. Belt Frictional Problem (6:15)
  2. Belt Frictional Problem (mix) (6:16)
  3. Slaanex (5:22)
  4. Pattern Matching (5:04)
  5. Packet Loss (4:51)
  6. Homonym (5:23)
  7. Reiteratingiteration (5:28)
  8. Reversbility (6:37)
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Ruff Draft 04
Ruff Draft 04 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RUFFDRAFT 04. Rel: 29 Sep 14
  1. Cyclonix - "Crunch Box"
  2. Cyclonix - "Ghost Moves"
  3. Cottam - "The Long Way Round"
Review: The man behind the End Of Level Boss label, Cyclonix, delivers 2 club tracks just the way we like them. Already tried and tested in the clubs by our man Cottam, who fell in love with the tracks on first listen. They demand to be played in the early hours of the morning in dark basements from Nottingham to Leyland and beyond.
Label boss Cottam takes over the B side with a leisurely walk back from the supermarket taking the scenic route for no apparent reason.
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D:FFERENT PLACE 004 (hand-stamped double 12")
Cat: DEF 004. Rel: 05 Mar 21
  1. Back To Reality (7:58)
  2. A Close Distance (feat CL) (6:12)
  3. Letter From Tokyo (7:54)
  4. I've Got The World On A String (6:41)
  5. Dear UFO (8:46)
  6. D-Dance (6:08)
  7. Our Place In The Cosmo (7:23)
  8. Tropical Influence (6:13)
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Unplait (limited hand-stramped 12")
Cat: REV 016. Rel: 03 Jun 21
  1. Unplait (7:56)
  2. Interference (6:00)
  3. Unplait (Julian Perez remix) (7:17)
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Sambatek Remixes Vol 2
Sambatek Remixes Vol 2 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: JD 28. Rel: 26 Jul 13
  1. Rocinha
  2. Babilonia (BNJMN remix)
  3. Dende (Spatial remix)
  4. Borel (Jonas Kopp My Vision Of Samba remix)
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Grimy Trax 2
Grimy Trax 2 (orange vinyl 12")
Cat: GRMTRX 002. Rel: 08 Sep 14
  1. Dejay Cease - "The Fixer"
  2. Boogienite - "Boy Ok"
Review: If you're going to beat 'em down, you need the right tools. On the label's second release, Grimy Trax has given you a couple hammers.
The A-side, DeJay Cease's 'The Fixer' is straight Chicago. We're talking banging 909 funk that might be found buried on a particularly unhinged Ron Hardy mix. A simple bass line and two notes of acid are all it takes to make the floor go wild. This is functional heat with enough atmosphere to engage the mind, body and soul.
On the B-side, rising Chicago son Boogienite proves he's earned the hype. 'Boy, OK' is an instant classic thanks to some recognizable disco strings and a funky escalator of a bassline. The producer uses a trippy, rubberband synth which eventually turns into rhythmic, teasing vocal. The mixdown is ridiculous, especially as the lengthy track passes the halfway mark. Boogie brings the bassline in and out in between beautiful ambient rhodes and a call and response male and female vocal. Those strings hit again and you feel no pain.
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19 (12")
Cat: WHITELOOPS 19. Rel: 02 Apr 21
  1. Why You Leam? (8:34)
  2. Flight Advice (8:33)
Review: Despite being hugely prolific, DiSKOP remains a mysterious artist. They have put out eight EPs in just over three years exclusively on the Whiteloops label and here comes another one. It's house music, but with a superbly jazz and soulful tint thanks to the drift sax up top, the xylophone melodies and breezy vocal samples. Party music but with class and style. 'Why You Leam?' is a particularly airy and feel good cut then 'Flight Advice' is more direct ad driving but still with those lush sax lines and oodles of heart and soul.
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La Duquesa
Cat: PAMPA 014. Rel: 20 Mar 13
  1. La Duquesa
  2. Burn With Me
Review: Amygdala, the forthcoming LP from DJ Koze holds the dual title of being one of this year's most keenly awaited long players as well as the album with the most bizarre cover art. Quite why the producer is riding a reindeer hasn't been made clear yet, but this two track 12" does clue us in to to the possibility the album will hold up to such high expectations. "La Duquesa" is one of the few tracks on Amygdala not to feature a collaborator and stripped bare of any outside distractions finds Koze on sublime form; equal parts tender, refined, casual, serious, deep and euphoric. When those strings hit is a joy to behold. In contrast "Burn With Me" is dark, druggy, delicious and decadent.
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Capital Show
Capital Show (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: STB 01. Rel: 12 Oct 20
  1. Intro (2:05)
  2. Take Money (6:49)
  3. Black Box Riddle (5:30)
  4. Sector 100 (4:35)
Review: Two years on from his last outing under the DJ Snils alias, Oleg Buyanov AKA Ol buddies up with pal Every Korner (real name Roman Erikona) to help launch the Save the Books label. The Moscow-based pair apparently recorded the four tracks at various points over the last few years. There's an undeniably Balearic feel to proceedings throughout, from the dreamy pads, twittering loon bird samples and new age ambient melodies of 'Intro', to the jazz-flecked Italian dream house drowsiness of luscious and life-affirming closing cut 'Sector 100'. In between you'll find the bustling 'Take Money', where sampled piano motifs and huggable chords ride a chunky, bass-heavy groove, and the sunny broken beat/jazz-funk/deep house fusion of 'Black Box Riddle'.
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Let The Drums In
Cat: DJEBPR 002. Rel: 18 Jul 14
  1. Let The Drums In (original mix)
  2. The Jump (original mix)
  3. Do You Wanna Hear It (original mix)
  4. Let The Drums In (Mr Ks mix)
Review: French tech house mainstay Djebali has been on prolific form with his self-titled imprint, championing a back to basics approach that has yielded some sure fire party starters, and here he's at it once again. "Let The Drums In" is a sizzling cut that plays off a stripped down but urgent beat and a catchy bass hook, but "The Jump" really ramps things up with a tough house beat that collides beautifully with a mean bass line that will inspire all manner of "oof"s from anyone in front of the soundsystem. "Do You Wanna Hear It" is a twitchier, shuffling house cut with oddball samples, and then Mr K brings a remix of "Let The Drums In" that keeps the original thoroughly intact and simply worms some freaky touches in where it counts.
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My Orphaned Son (Die Vogel remix)
  1. DNTEL - "My Orphaned Son" (Die Vogel remix)
  2. Herbert - "It's Only" (DJ Koze remix)
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Everything I Love Makes Me Cry
  1. Olof Dohnhammar - "Nutty Boy" (7:54)
  2. Need For Speed - "C/O" (Behrang edit) (6:22)
  3. Jo Bubbles - "Dress Like A Woman" (Behrang edit) (8:42)
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Hot Raw Sex
Cat: K7 265EP. Rel: 08 Jul 10
  1. Hot, Raw, Sex (original)
  2. Hot, Raw, Sex (ex-tension)
  3. Hot, Raw, Sex (Kris Wadsworth remix)
  4. Hot, Raw, Sex (Machinedrum remix)
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Bios EP
Bios EP (12")
Cat: GEN 001. Rel: 19 Nov 12
  1. Bios
  2. Lost Soul
  3. Serata
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Diggin' On You
Cat: DOC 001. Rel: 10 Oct 13
  1. Diggin' On You
  2. Diggin' On You (Gui Boratto DOC mix)
  3. Diggin' On You (Solomun remix)
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Last Gasp
Last Gasp (12")
Cat: AHD 08. Rel: 23 Sep 14
  1. Let The Boy Be
  2. Player
  3. On The Run
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A Fistul Of Wax 4
  1. Erman & Abtomat - "How Deep You Can Go" (7:15)
  2. Kid Mark - "Fantasy '95" (7:48)
  3. An Expresso - "Won't Get To Heaven" (5:15)
  4. Shin - "Phara" (5:43)
  5. Rosenhaft - "Voyager" (bonus track) (6:42)
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Tamed Monsters EP
  1. Benedikt Frey - "SIFSID"
  2. Shine Grooves - "Landing"
  3. Unbroken Dub - "No Way"
  4. Kurvenschreiber - "Falsche Storung"
Review: Tamed Monsters EP is an inaugural release of the new record label Pandora. New imprint will focus on ambient sounds, music for home-listening and unique artwork. The VA includes works from german producer Benedikt Frey, russian producers Shine Grooves, Unbroken Dub, and an ambient group Kurvenschreiber. Each artist offers a different sound, which lets the music evolve like a story and makes a nice combination of dreamy ambience and mesmerizing repetitive beats.
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Adventures In Lo-Fi
Cat: WXC 014. Rel: 16 Sep 14
  1. Yes I Do
  2. Da Brooklyn Beat
  3. Good Thing
  4. Can Wait
  5. Adventure In Lo-Fi
  6. Deep In It
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Lamborghini Dreams
Cat: 7DAYSENTGN 1000. Rel: 22 Feb 13
  1. Lamborghini Dreams
  2. 110
  3. Hood Anthem
  4. October Oasis
Review: FXHE fam Big Strick's 7 Days Entertainment introduced us to the 16 year old talents of Generation Next last year, and here he returns with his first full EP in Lamborghini Dreams. The title track comes across like OB Ignitt's recent classic "Oh Jabba" with smooth Rhodes chords and almost cosmic melody drifting across staccato drum machine beats, but the rest show a producer clearly inspired by the simple structures of Omar S' productions. "110" is a devastating piece of trippy, fluttering techno, "Hood Anthem" pairs bright staccato synth textures with curt percussion and "October Oasis" utilises bubbling analogue tones and shrill arpeggio drifts to great effect. The name Generation Next may come with a lot of expectation for someone so young, but on the strength of this release he's already poised to give his established peers a run for their money.
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Nocturne (12")
Cat: 7DAYSGN 1002. Rel: 26 Sep 14
  1. Idee Fixe
  2. Chili Cheese Fries
  3. The Tomorrow People
  4. Vanilla Sky
Review: Generation Next aka Tre Strickland - son of Omar-S associate Big Strick - has impressed since first joining forces with his dad on 2011's Like Father, Like Son LP. Here he proves his continued development as a producer with an excellent collection of warm, deep, soul-flecked house cuts for Strickland family imprint 7 Days Entertainment. As you'd expect, highlights are plentiful, from the skittering machine drums, dreamy chords and occasional organs of "Vanilla Sky", to the tech-tinged simplicity of the melodious-but-tough "Chilli Cheese Fries". Best of all, though, is the blazed beatdown feel of "The Tomorrow People", a hazy saunter through rich chords, shuffling percussion and snaking electronics.
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