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Biostar (2xLP)
Cat: DIALLP 042. Rel: 08 May 19
Electro
  1. THRRVL (4:28)
  2. TRR (4:38)
  3. WNTDMND (4:49)
  4. CCLRT (5:44)
  5. SBTRPCS (5:25)
  6. SLPNGVLCN (2:39)
  7. THWRD (4:10)
  8. HDRCSTCS (4:18)
  9. PHTCPHRK (4:57)
  10. DRMRBT (5:33)
  11. DTFNK (3:40)
  12. CLLMMM (3:48)
  13. CLSTLBNG (1:39)
Review: It would be fair to say that Tom Ruijg AKA Tracey is an artist on the up. Since making his debut on pal Tom Trago's Voyage Direct label back in 2017 he's developed his sound further via quietly impressive releases on Aus Music and Midland's Intergraded imprint. Now operating on Dial, "Biostar" sees the Dutch producer deliver a debut album of hissing, analogue rich lo-fi treats that draw influence from deep electro, Boards Of Canada style IDM, Rephlex-esque "braindance", distorted industrial music, spacey ambient, acid and rhythmically punchy '80s electro. There's so much going on that it will take a few listens to really sink in, but it's more than worth the effort; as debut albums go, "Biostar" is up there with the best of them.
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Played by: Owen Jay
 in stock $22.38
Cat: DIALLP 040. Rel: 19 Jun 18
Electro
  1. Dies Irae Xerox (2:35)
  2. Pitfall (4:33)
  3. Vanguard (6:26)
  4. Crimson Curve (2:39)
  5. Tunnel Stalker (5:48)
  6. Dissolving World (7:00)
  7. In Broad Daylight (4:28)
  8. Ancestral Helm (4:18)
  9. Final Mercy (6:06)
  10. Ex Aere (6:13)
  11. Old Winter's Way (1:57)
  12. Gate Of Roses (3:25)
Review: It would be fair to say that White Material co-founder DJ Richard's latest full-length excursion is an album of two halves (to mangle a football cliche). Stick on the first slab of wax, and you'll be confronted with a string of dark and moody treats, from creepy ambient interludes to grumpy electro, to mind-altering dark-Italo (see standout "Vanguard") and pulsating, off-kilter electronica (the restless acid pulse, off-kilter drums and paranoid chords of "Tunnel Stalker"). Whack on the second disc, though, and you'll be comforted and calmed by a series of intensely blissful, occasional melancholic compositions that are much lighter and dreamier in tone. Of these, it's the sublime "Final Mercy" and "Ex Aere" that stand out.
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 in stock $21.85
Stills (12")
Cat: DIAL 062. Rel: 05 Mar 12
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Stills
  2. The Afternoon Grid
  3. Breezy
  4. Hunter
Review: Utilising the skills he learned mixing tracks for the likes of Pole and Pantha Du Prince, Kassian Troyer delivers his new EP, Stills, on Dial. The record opens with the sumptuous title track, featuring beautifully shuffling hi-hats and a subtle yet mesmerising synth progression. "The Afternoon Grid" offers more of the same, gently building a dazzling listening experience that delivers sheer aural serenity. "Breezy" takes things a bit deeper, and slightly darker, moving the rhythm with a swelling bass line accompanied by the distinct shuffle of stripped down garage aesthetics. "Hunter" slows everything down, closing out the record as blissfully as it began; Troyer using the tempo to open up masses of space and filling it with delicate, sparkling house.
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 in stock $14.83
Cat: DIAL 075. Rel: 23 May 18
Deep House
  1. I Open My Eyes (6:23)
  2. Wear Your Life Like A Loose Negligee (5:29)
  3. Sheltered Light (8:49)
Review: Somewhat remarkably, A Life Without Notifications not only marks Alan Abrahams' first new material for two years, but also his first release on the admirable Dial label. All three tracks are typically positive and melodious, with the affable South African once more showcasing his love of colourful synthesizers and tactile electronics. Of the three, it's arguably A-side "I Open My Eyes", where mournful pianos, squelchy synth-bass and drifting vocal refrains ride a bongo-laden, up-tempo deep house groove, that makes the biggest impression. That said, the deeper, jazzier drum machine rhythms and toasty Fender Rhodes keys of "Wear Your Life Like a Loose Negligee" are little less than delicious.
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 in stock $12.23
Illusion (CD)
Cat: DIALCD 041. Rel: 02 Oct 18
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Crystal
  2. Treasure Box
  3. Illusion
  4. Yu Yu
  5. Flaunting High
  6. Transitions
  7. Dark Swirl
  8. Montreux
  9. Creepers
Review: Dial label boss Lawrence presents his eighth LP on the Hamburg based imprint which he runs with Carsten Jost. Across nine tracks, Illusion combines field recordings and acoustic instruments, merging with his idiosyncratic and understated style. Things get off to a great start with the sublime and ambient "Crystal", followed by the sleek and sensual bounce of "Treasure Box". We love the title track and "Yu Yu", which are exactly the type of etheral deep house you've come to know and love from the man. The Berlin based producer even serves up his version of electro on the bold groove of "Transitions" towards the end. Another terrific offering from Peter Kersten.
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Played by: Life Recorder
 in stock $11.44
Biostar (CD)
Cat: DIALCD 042. Rel: 09 May 19
Electro
  1. THRRVL
  2. TRR
  3. WNTDMND
  4. CCLRT
  5. SBTRPCS
  6. SLPNGVLCN
  7. THWRD
  8. HDRCSTCS
  9. PHTCPHRK
  10. DRMRBT
  11. DTFNK
  12. CLLMMM
  13. CLSTLBNG
Review: It would be fair to say that Tom Ruijg AKA Tracey is an artist on the up. Since making his debut on pal Tom Trago's Voyage Direct label back in 2017 he's developed his sound further via quietly impressive releases on Aus Music and Midland's Intergraded imprint. Now operating on Dial, "Biostar" sees the Dutch producer deliver a debut album of hissing, analogue rich lo-fi treats that draw influence from deep electro, Boards Of Canada style IDM, Rephlex-esque "braindance", distorted industrial music, spacey ambient, acid and rhythmically punchy '80s electro. There's so much going on that it will take a few listens to really sink in, but it's more than worth the effort; as debut albums go, "Biostar" is up there with the best of them.
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 in stock $10.40
  1. Stefan Tcherepnin - "I Want To Be Art" (4:05)
  2. Dj Richard - "Zero" (8:55)
  3. Christian Naujoks - "For A While" (3:58)
  4. Pantha Du Prince - "Timeout On The Rocks" (5:58)
  5. Queens - "Earth Angel" (3:50)
Review: Carsten Jost, Lawrence and Bianca Heuser's Dial Records imprint recently celebrated 15 years in business with the CD-only All compilation of previously unreleased fare. Here, some of those tracks come to vinyl for the first time. Stefan Tcherepnin kicks things off with the delicate, Japanese-influenced downtempo pop of "I Want To Be Art", before DJ Richard reaches for the Detroit techno cymbals and jazzy chords of the wonderfully wonky "Zero". Flip for the atmospheric, beatless electronics of Christian Naujoks, the deep techno lusciousness of Pantha Du Prince's "Timeout On The Rocks", and the shimmering, spacey ambience of Queens' impeccable "Earth Angel".
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 in stock $9.89
Cat: DIALLP 034. Rel: 25 Nov 15
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Track 1 (4:31)
  2. Downpour (2:27)
  3. What We Came To Be (2:39)
  4. You Ended Up Being All I Know (3:45)
  5. Like Thoughts Or Moments We'll Fall (3:06)
  6. Fade (3:28)
  7. Interlude I (1:08)
  8. End (3:07)
  9. Daze (3:25)
  10. Still With You (4:39)
  11. Fade Town, You're My Existence (4:06)
  12. Interlude II (1:39)
  13. Interlude III (1:47)
  14. Time (3:18)
  15. Track 15 (2:57)
Review: Following DJ Richard's crucial LP Dial round out another fine year with a debut album from self-styled "open collective" Dawn Mok, whose debut came with a fine contribution to the 15th anniversary compilation. Featuring creative input from an international cast of musicians encompassing the US, Asian, and European heritage, Dawn Mok are a curious addition to the Dial cause. Spearheaded by collective founder Felix Mura and vocalist Bundi, Eternal Love shares more with r&b than house or techno, but the best part is that we hadn't heard this type of music ever come out of this label. There are plenty of more abstract moments too, of course, and the tracks that are more on the pop side of things are still drenched in a thick layer or ambient gloom. It's minimal r&b, Dial style.
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