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Le Desordre Et La Nuit (limited silver vinyl LP)
Cat: CITI 020. Rel: 05 Jul 16
Techno
  1. Deranged (3:44)
  2. Hey (5:48)
  3. The Labyrinth (6:17)
  4. The Warehouse (6:23)
Review: Michel Amato aka Amato is a French producer more widely known as The Hacker. Alongside Miss Kittin, Amato has been a cornerstone of the European house, techno, and electro scene, dropping singles and album like bombs. Having contributed to a previous split 12" on Cititrax, Amato returns to Minimal Wave's sister label with a wondrous homage to industrial, EBM and electro in Le Desordre De La Nuit. The difference between The Hacker and Amato? The sounds of The Hacker are more constrained than this particular whirlpool of pseudo electro and gargling quasi techno. Whatever you want to call it, these four slammers are all made for the dark room dance, each one nastier than the other and all of them audibly produced by an artist with plenty of experience and effectiveness know-how.
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  1. Amato Y Mariana - "Quieres Bailar" (5:39)
  2. The Sixteen Steps - "Montgat" (6:46)
  3. His Dirty Secrets - "Structures" (6:15)
  4. Further Reductions - "Another Stranger" (4:56)
Review: BOOM! Our favourites, Cititrax, roll the third editions of Tracks out onto our shelves, and the results are unsurprisingly strong on this excellent various artists comp. It's a mixed bag of skills, as per usual, and the sounds are those of a new NYC, fuelled by a new sort of post-industrial sensibility. Amato Y Mariana open with the tight beats and groove of "Queires Bailar", followed closely by the ominous compositions of the EBM-flavoured "Montgat" from The Sixteen Steps. On the flip, His Dirty Secrets bleeps out some morphed acid on "Structures", and "Another Stranger" from Further Reductions churns out a slow, mild-mannered house experiment with its roots clearly planted in the coldest of waves. Sick.
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  1. Amato - "Physique" (5:13)
  2. Tzusing - "King Of System" (5:06)
  3. An-I - "Mutter" (6:00)
  4. Broken English Club - "Glass" (5:28)
Review: There's a delightfully celebratory feel about this debut volume of Cititrax Tracks, a new 12" series from Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax. As beautifully presented as we've come to expect, Tracks Volume 1 boasts a quartet of dancefloor-ready smashers from a blend of new faces and label stalwarts. Amato (aka The Hacker) kicks things off with the glistening EBM funk of "Physique" - all restless synth refrains and pounding bottom end - before LIES affiliate Tsuzing go all dark, psychedelic and twisted on the thrillingly intense, acid-flecked "King of System". An-I go all DAF (with a touch of Front 242) on the fuzzy and dystopian stomper "Mutter", before Cititrax regulars Broken English Club delivers a storming chunk of industrial-tinged analogue funk ("Glass"). Bravo!
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Kino I (fluorescent yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 011. Rel: 20 Jan 14
Techno
  1. Kino I
  2. Kino I (dub)
  3. Kino I (beats)
Review: An-i is the excellent new project from Doug Lee, a man previously responsible for some superb dancefloor ammo as part of TBD alongside Justin Vandervolgen, as well as working with Lovefingers on more mellow fare as The Stallions. If you were one of the lucky few to grab his Bad News 12" with LIES don Ron Morelli then you'll be ready for the haywire nature of the Kino-i EP. Finding a perfect home on Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax, the EP sees the Berlin based producer indulge his machine love on three variations of the same track that almost explode off the wax - must check for fans of Nation, LIES, Mathematics. Pressed up on fluorescent 160gm yellow vinyl and housed in a high gloss black and white sleeve.
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Gutz (limited fluorescent orange vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 015. Rel: 19 Nov 14
Techno
  1. Gutz
  2. Rut
  3. Save Us
Review: Earlier this year Minimal Wave offshoot provided one of this year's most visceral dancefloor weapons in Kino-I, the debut from Doug Lee's new An-I project. Taking inspiration from techno, jack, industrial and punk, An-I successfully drew a line under some of the Berlin-based artist's previous disco-flavoured endeavours. And then some! If you like the Kino-I 12" you will love the new triplet of An-I productions housed on this appropriately titled Gutz 12". The title track alone should come with a health warning; such is the furious onslaught of machine funk it contains, whilst the unnerving "Rut" is the most schizophrenic production you will hear this year. Best of all id closing track "Save Us" sounds like a cross between in Aeternam Vale and Silent Servant. Pressed on a rather thick and dashing slab of magenta orange vinyl!
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Promises & Infatuation (limited split coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 022. Rel: 12 Jun 17
Techno
  1. Borusiade - "Infatuation" (5:28)
  2. Borusiade - "Confutation" (6:19)
  3. The Sixteen Steps - "Signals From The South" (6:28)
  4. The Sixteen Steps - "Promises On The Run" (7:17)
Review: Rampant and 'up for it' as usual, the Cititrax label is back with a new set of wayward technoid experiments for the more trained ears on the dancefloors. This time it's Romania's Borusiade and newcomer The Sixteen Steps who share two sides of a wax plate and, of course, proceed to annihilate any idea of a quiet night in. The former sets off with the mechanical acid bumps of "Infatuation", guided by an eerie set of vocal blurs, and that's followed by the comparatively more beat-centric techno of the apocalyptic "Confutation". On the flip, The Sixteen Steps first lands on "Signals From The South", a house banger with noxious levels of mutant bass at its core, followed by the single-minded industrialism and sheer techno brutality of "Promises On The Run". WOWZAH!
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Scars EP (limited white & clear vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 016. Rel: 20 Mar 15
Techno
  1. Channel 83 (6:35)
  2. Local Violence (7:59)
  3. Ritual Killing (7:43)
  4. Drycutting (5:55)
Review: Having made his name during the late '90s and early 2000s as a maker of particularly forthright techno, Oliver Ho has broadened his horizons in recent years. Nowhere is that more obvious on his Broken English Club project, which debuted last year with a pair of industrial and EBM minded releases for Jealous God and Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax. Here he returns to the latter, laying down more fuzzy, straight-to-tape journeys into analogue, mid '80s dancefloor experimentalism. There's naturally much to enjoy, from the peak Cabaret Voltaire grittiness of "Drycutting", and the bleak EBM throb of "Ritual Killing", to the ghostly synthesizers, Jaydee bass and droning textures of "Channel 83".
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Suburban Hunting (limited heavyweight coloured splattered vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: CITI 018. Rel: 23 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Nursing Home (2:18)
  2. Vacant (5:50)
  3. Derelict (5:31)
  4. Godless (6:10)
  5. Scum (4:02)
  6. Tourist Zone (4:16)
  7. Crime (6:19)
  8. Suburban Hunting (6:14)
  9. Knives (6:07)
  10. Prayer Space (5:13)
  11. Shallow Pits (2:04)
Review: It's been a delight to see Oliver Ho's Broken English Club project develop artistically over recent times, with some fine records for Jealous God and Veronica Vasicka's Cititrax label along the way. Suburban Hunting sees Ho deliver his debut Broken English Club album, featuring some 11 tracks of primitive electronics and cinematic pseudo techno cuts. Tunes like "Vacant", "Derelict", or "Scum" all share a loose techno framework, but the real aesthetic is much vaster than that, verging on remnants of post-punk, industrial and all that goodness and hybrid class that came out of the late 1980's. It's another fine addition to the sublime Cititrax discography, and we recommended it just as much as the previous numbers.
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World In A Tear (limited white vinyl LP)
Cat: CITI 012. Rel: 20 Feb 14
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Civilisation
  2. The Perfect One
  3. Coins Fall From My Pocket
  4. World In A Tear
  5. Taire
  6. Oh My Tree
  7. Oro In El Crisol
  8. La Barque
  9. AM
  10. Our Grief
Review: The Bruta Non Calculant duo have only released one previous EP but they're certainly turning some heads fast. As you probably well know, the Cititrax label doesn't deal with weakness and after their last release by An I, we were expecting something real tasty. "Civilisation" sets a macabre tone to the opening of the album, with wailing pads and sparse beats creating a sort of sonic, urbanised landscape, whereas other tracks like "The Perfect One" and "World In A Tear" sound something like Joy Division on a techno come-down. There's plenty of feedback manipulation and circuit-bending going on for the entire span of the work, placing Bruta Non Calculant on our new watch-list of utter madmen and all-round legends. Sick.
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Played by: Luke Wyatt
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Cherskogo Drive (grey vinyl LP limited to 200 copies)
Cat: CITI 025GREY. Rel: 01 Oct 18
Techno
  1. March Cherskogo (7:04)
  2. Back 2 The E (5:42)
  3. Elektroshirka (6:16)
  4. Slow Durk (3:48)
  5. AXF (10:56)
  6. 808 Exc Dirty (5:09)
Review: Sometime Trilogy Tapes and Zodiac 44 artist Buttechno (real name Pavel Milyakov) arrives on Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax with his fourth album-length excursion. It could well be his best to date too, as we can confirm it has very few flaws, but plenty of atmospheric, ear catching fare to enjoy. He begins with the fuzzy, metallic mid-tempo techno creepiness of "March Cherskogo", before proceeding to flit between smooth horror-techno ("Back 2 The E"), melodious and spacey electro ("Elektroshirka", the foreboding "AXF"), mind-altering intergalactic chug ("Slow Durk") and sparse, crackling industrial techno (L.I.E.S-ish closer "808 Exec Dirty").
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Cat: CITI 025. Rel: 01 Oct 18
Techno
  1. March Cherskogo (7:07)
  2. Back 2 The E (5:42)
  3. Elektroshirka (6:16)
  4. Slow Durk (3:50)
  5. AXF (10:56)
  6. 808 Exc Dirty (5:07)
Review: Sometime Trilogy Tapes and Zodiac 44 artist Buttechno (real name Pavel Milyakov) arrives on Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax with his fourth album-length excursion. It could well be his best to date too, as we can confirm it has very few flaws, but plenty of atmospheric, ear catching fare to enjoy. He begins with the fuzzy, metallic mid-tempo techno creepiness of "March Cherskogo", before proceeding to flit between smooth horror-techno ("Back 2 The E"), melodious and spacey electro ("Elektroshirka", the foreboding "AXF"), mind-altering intergalactic chug ("Slow Durk") and sparse, crackling industrial techno (L.I.E.S-ish closer "808 Exec Dirty").
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Adieux Au Dancefloor (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: CITI 021. Rel: 03 Oct 16
Coldwave/Synth
  1. I Dedicate My Life (5:50)
  2. Interfaces (4:45)
  3. Naive To The Bone (4:06)
  4. Denial (4:03)
  5. La Femme Ecarlate (3:47)
  6. Good Vibes (Mocking Birds) (4:54)
  7. Inferno (4:58)
  8. Planete Ego (6:33)
  9. Adieu Au Dancefloor (6:01)
Review: Given the underground acclaim heaped on Marie Davidson's previous albums - ultra-stylish affairs that blend elements of minimal wave, dark Italo-disco, off-kilter electro and moody ambient - it's little surprise to see her popping up on Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax. The album's nine tracks are largely sharp, rough and fuzzy, with sparse-but-dense drum machines rhythms underpinning bouncy, delay-laden synth lines, thrusting electronics and Davidson's sleazy, spoken word vocals. It's an attractive combination that guarantees thrills throughout, from the almost claustrophobic throb of "Denial", to the mutant electrofunk bounce of "Good Vibes".
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Mat At Duvorna (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 010. Rel: 17 Sep 13
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Om Igen
  2. Alan Turing
  3. Albatross
  4. A Million Years
  5. Broschyr
Review: Minimal Wave's Cititrax imprint has had one of its most prolific years to date in 2013, with the release of excellent albums from Streetwalker and The KVB, and a KVB remix EP featuring the likes of Regis, Silent Servant and Shifted. The Veronica Vasicka-helmed label looks to expand on that success with a number of forthcoming releases planned over the next few months commencing with the debut EP of Facit, whose Mat At Duvorna EP is described by the label as "quintessential melancholic Swedish wave at its finest." Comprised of Joakim Karlsson and Mai Nestor on vocals, the Gothenburg native Karlsson has previous form as Jocke & Elliot, under which name he released an electro-inspired 12-inch on Swedish label Kust Musik in 2010. this new project seems to be more downtempo in nature, with a sound that most resembles a modern day version of French synthwave duo Deux, making them perfect for the stable of labels run by Vasicka.
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If Are You Master (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 003. Rel: 03 Dec 10
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. If Are You Master
  2. Love Dawn
  3. Hookey
  4. Flood
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Woodwork (limited clear splattered vinyl LP)
Cat: CITI 013. Rel: 16 Apr 14
Coldwave/Synth
  1. High End Basics
  2. Woodwork
  3. Spectacle Dissolved
  4. Void Of Course
  5. Beyond Time
  6. Death To The Beat
Review: Minimal Wave sister label Cititrax have been teasing fans with the prospect of a Further Reductions album from Shawn O'Sullivan and Katie Rose and the six tracks on Woodwork more than live up to expectations! Although O'Sullivan will be known to most for his industrial leaning techno productions for labels like Avian, L.I.E.S. and The Corner, the Further Reductions collaboration with Katie Rose dates back as far as 2008, formed to explore a vocal-led, contemporary take on the minimal wave sound. According to Cititrax, Woodwork combines the influences of classic techno and early house to create "super lush and atmospheric tracks that work both on and off the dance floor." There's something XTRMNTR era Primal Scream about "High End Basics" whilst "Void Of Course" sounds like gloopy acid house slowed down to a deathly crawl, the rest you should experience for yourself!
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Cat: CITI 004. Rel: 19 May 11
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Lonely Streets (Prince Language Fantasy mix)
  2. Lonely Streets (Chris Carter mix)
  3. Lonely Streets (Complexxion version)
  4. Lonely Streets (Tom Furse mix)
Review: The lesser spotted Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax gets manoeuvred back into the spotlight for something special. Working together with Veronica Vasicka, South Florida electro punk icons Futurisk tasked four of their biggest fans with remixing their iconic track "Lonely Streets". Perhaps closest to their hearts is the remix from the legendary Chris Carter, which Futurisk's Jeremy Kosoline acknowledges was how they would have liked the original to sound back in 1982 had they the equipment and time. Alongside the shimmering analogue brilliance of Carter's version, NYC fixture Prince Language also steps up with a haunting mid tempo industrial disco version. On the flip, Citinite's Complexxion embellishes the track with some synth heavy retro electro goodness whilst Tom Furse of The Horrors adds yet another fine remix to his CV with a heavily arpeggiated lean.
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Mutual Dreaming (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 005. Rel: 21 Apr 12
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Mutual Dreaming
  2. Relax
  3. Is This Your Love?
  4. Autumn
  5. Gravitate To Me
  6. In Your Gaze
  7. Moon In My Room
  8. Wating
Review: Mutual Dreaming, the second album from Innergaze, casts its members Aurora Halal and Jason Letkiewicz as stateside contemporary versions of our own Chris & Cosey. The ideas shown in Innergaze's recording career to date seem more fully formed across the eight tracks on this album courtesy of Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax. Mutual Dreaming is undeniably more coherent than the sugary hypno-disco of the duo's 100% Silk drop last year. It's possible to say Halal and Letkiewicz have gleaned more than titular influence from the Mutual Dreaming club night they run in Brooklyn, the various guests that have joined them freeing up their minds musically and allowing them to explore ideas new. There's a saturation of sound throughout that is as vivid as Halal's video work and from the opening, almost brutal synth and drum machine manipulation of the title track you can hear fully the fingers of Letkiewicz.
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Native State (clear blue vinyl 7" in hand-numbered and silkscreened sleeve)
Cat: CITI 006. Rel: 10 Sep 12
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Native State
  2. Cut To Cleanse
Review: The fact that Minimal Wave's sister label Cititrax is less prolific is undoubtedly down to their finely curated efforts to seek out musicians that fit the label's aesthetic to a tee, and that's very much evident on this impeccably presented 7" release from Kontravoid. You might know Cam Findlay from his stint as the drummer in Crystal Castles, or as the producer behind fellow Toronto act Parallels, but he now operates under the Kontravoid alias and this Native State 7" features two exclusive vinyl only renditions of tracks that featured on the self titled Kontravoid debut album that was released earlier this year. One listen to the title track or "Cut To Cleanse" makes it clear why Veronica Vasicka wanted to induct Kontravoid into the Cititrax canon, and their description of Findlay's music being the kind of thing you'd find "on a limited run cassette circa 1980-something, the type of tape buried in lost upstate dustbins of pre-MIDI analog electronics, wedged between Cabaret Voltaire and Das Ding" is flawless.
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Immaterial Visions Remixes (numbered heavyweight white vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 009. Rel: 21 May 13
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Dayzed (Regis remix)
  2. I Only See The Lights (Shifted version)
  3. Pray To The Light Machine (Silent Servant version)
  4. Lines (In Aeternam Vale version)
  5. Old Life (Worn version)
Review: Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax present this compelling addendum release to Immaterial Visions, the excellent LP from rising leather clad duo The KVB. An illustrious cast of producers have been invited to remix tracks from the album, with Jealous God/DNS pair Regis and Silent Servant joined by Minimal Wave act In Aeternam Vale and Avian duo Shifted and Ventress - the latter as Worn. Regis remixes "Dayzed" which is clearly a favourite of the Downwards icon, having previously selected the track for inclusion on last year's So Click Heels compilation; in O'Connor's hands the song is given a fizzing revision that relegates all sonic elements deep beneath the swaggering bass riff. Mere remnants of The KVB remain intact on Shifted's remix of "I Only See The Lights" as the intensity of feedback is transformed into a taut, minimalist growl, whilst Silent Servant offers a subtle smudged cold wave remix of "Pray To The Light Machine". Despite their massive discography, In Aeternam Vale are unknown quantities to many outside MW/Cititrax enthusiasts but the Lyon act are in fine form with their stomping take on "Lines" whilst Ventress debuts the Worn project with a swampy reverb-laden sinister cosmiche recast of "Old Life".
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Immaterial Visions (heavyweight clear vinyl LP)
Cat: CITI 008. Rel: 01 Mar 13
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Shadows
  2. Dayzed
  3. I Only See The Lights
  4. Lines
  5. Old Life
  6. For The Day
  7. Pray To The Light Machine
  8. Human
Review: The KVB are Klaus Von Barrel and Kat Day, a hugely prolific duo who eschew thoughts of sync bait or best new music columns in favour of the next gig and the next record. Having made some notable appearances on the Downwards label, the pair makes a further illustrious step up with Immaterial Visions, a collection of music released on the Minimal Wave sub label Cititrax. Veronica Vasicka has been a staunch champion of their music of late, regularly slipping The KVB tracks into her weekly EVR show so it makes for little surprise that she'd look to put out their music on Cititrax. The subsequent eight tracks make for the boldest, most confident statement thus far from The KVB, demonstrating their palette reaches beyond the shoegaze tag they are regularly adorned with in the music press. The previously released "Dayzed" and "Old Lines" in particular are superb.
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L/F/D/M
Dream Bleeds (red vinyl LP)
Cat: CITI 026. Rel: 29 Apr 19
Techno
  1. Cru (5:39)
  2. Bop (5:51)
  3. Synchro Swim (3:45)
  4. Snake Vapours (2:18)
  5. Gloop (5:20)
  6. Above A Forest (6:24)
  7. Street Cleaner (5:07)
  8. One Terminal (0:47)
Review: Brighton based producer Richard Smith aka L/F/D/M who first emerged in 2013, inaugurating the Optimo Trax series with the Purple Maps EP before going on to release two EP's of hardware-driven atonal techno on Powell's Diagonal Records makes his bow on Cititrax "Dream Bleeds". Overflowing with body jerking industrial, raw acid/techno, the album hints of the warehouse sound of the late '90s and the caustic spirit of EBM. From opener "Cru" to "One Terminal", the eight tracks thread together; each starting point completely open, each new step informed by the last, shaped by emotion, inspiration and time.
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Inestable (heavyweight vinyl mini LP)
Cat: CITI 002. Rel: 08 Oct 08
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Inestable
  2. Frozen Cities
  3. 17 Anos
  4. Another Land
  5. Corre Corre
  6. Uberbeast
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Minimal Wave Enamel Badge (black enameled pin badge)
Cat: 625568 Rel: 22 Sep 16
 
Enamel Badge
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Live In NYC (limited transparent red vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 023. Rel: 11 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Untitled I (4:05)
  2. We Said No (alternative version) (4:32)
  3. Translation (4:18)
  4. Untitled II (5:29)
  5. Careless Pedestrian (5:11)
Review: The don of Birmingham techno Karl O'Connor serves up some live rarities courtesy of retroverts Cititrax. Features recently uncovered recordings of a Regis performance in NYC on January 4th, 1997 at the famed Film Academy. His unmistakeable sound and influence is integral to the DNA of the techno sound, blatantly copied but never matched. Some classics from the Downwards catalogue are contained on this EP in all their austere fashion. "We Said No" "Translation" and "Careless Pedestrian" from his seminal 1996 LP Gymnastics being highlights. The original tapes were discovered by Evan Kreeger, studio work/transfers by James Ruskin in London and audio mastered by Veronica Vasicka in New York.
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Violence & Divinity (limited 12")
Cat: CITI 014. Rel: 17 Sep 14
Techno
  1. Silent Servant - "Speed & Violence"
  2. Silent Servant - "Cut Unconscious"
  3. Broken English Club - "Divinity"
  4. Broken English Club - "Delays"
Review: ** Repress ** If you've been keeping abreast of all things Minimal Wave this year, you'll probably have picked up on Veronica Vasicka hinting at a forthcoming split release from Silent Servant and Broken English Club, the new project from UK techno man Oliver Ho. We've certainly been eagerly awaiting it her at Juno HQ and it's great to see Violence And Divinity live up to and surpass these expectations! Silent Servant mans the A Side with two tracks that will be familiar to anyone that's been lucky enough to catch his live sets of late, indeed it's almost too easy to visualise the flashing strobes as the pummelling EBM lines of "Cut Unconscious" unravel and beat you down. The two accompanying productions from Ho's Broken English Club dovetail nicely, but veer off into more wave orientated territory, with "Divinity" sounding quite like some of the earlier material put out by In Aeternam Vale. In a word superb.
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Violence & Divinity (limited black & clear vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 014/B. Rel: 17 Sep 14
Techno
  1. Silent Servant - "Speed & Violence"
  2. Silent Servant - "Cut Unconscious"
  3. Broken English Club - "Divinity"
  4. Broken English Club - "Delays"
Review: If you've been keeping abreast of all things Minimal Wave this year, you'll probably have picked up on Veronica Vasicka hinting at a forthcoming split release from Silent Servant and Broken English Club, the new project from UK techno man Oliver Ho. We've certainly been eagerly awaiting it her at Juno HQ and it's great to see Violence And Divinity live up to and surpass these expectations! Silent Servant mans the A Side with two tracks that will be familiar to anyone that's been lucky enough to catch his live sets of late, indeed it's almost too easy to visualise the flashing strobes as the pummelling EBM lines of "Cut Unconscious" unravel and beat you down. The two accompanying productions from Ho's Broken English Club dovetail nicely, but veer off into more wave orientated territory, with "Divinity" sounding quite like some of the earlier material put out by In Aeternam Vale. In a word superb.
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Future Fusion (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: CITI 007. Rel: 01 Mar 13
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Future Fusion
  2. The Nymph
  3. Untitled
  4. The Real Thing
  5. Sun Song
  6. Straight Face
Review: Future Fusion is the killer debut set from Streetwalker, the collaborative project of White Car's Elon Katz and Beau Wanzer of Mutant Beat Dance/L.I.E.S. fame. The DIY ethos of primitive Chicago house seeps into the pair's work as Streetwalker, with the material that forms Future Fusion recorded live in one take. This was subsequently recorded without any overdubs or MIDI to one inch tape, with the resultant six tracks resonating with a loose, primal energy. Sitting uneasily between house, industrial, synth-pop and EBM, Future Fusion is one of those records that you simply cannot second guess. This being a Cititrax release, the presentation is second to none too, with some superb illustration work from the well respected graphic artists Spencer Longo, but in truth the music should be the real focus of attention here.
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Tracks Volume 2 (limited red vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 019. Rel: 19 Apr 16
Techno
  1. Tzusing - "Nonlinear War" (5:55)
  2. L/F/D/M - "Moth Holes" (6:12)
  3. Silent Servant - "The Touch" (6:10)
  4. Maelstrom - "Lithium" (5:33)
Review: Cititrax's first Tracks 12" sampler did a good job in showcasing material from some of the Brooklyn-based label's favourite contemporary producers. This follow-up, arriving only a few short months after the first, aims to do the same. Returning for his second appearance, Tsuzing kicks things off with the razor-sharp shuffle of "Nonlinear War", whose intoxicating electronics and wild synth lines recall Brown Album-era Orbital, before London-based L/F/D/M takes a trip into bleak techno territory with the acid-laden "Mouth Holes". Flip for Silent Servant's deliciously grandiose, muscular electro-disco workout "The Touch", and the clanking industrial percussion, EBM attitude and humming electro beats of Maelstrom's "Lithium".
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Dance Party Album (heavyweight vinyl LP with insert)
Cat: CITITRAX 001. Rel: 25 Jun 08
Deep House
  1. I Am The DJ
  2. Fantasy (vocal)
  3. Thorns
  4. Fantasy (instrumental)
  5. Fast Cars
  6. My Ride
  7. Her Way
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