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Cat: DIAL 16. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Autosundmachen - "All The World Loves Lovers"
  2. Carsten Jost - "WUO"
  3. Cross Fade Enter Tainment - "Break It Down" (feat Joonsik)
out of stock $8.45
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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Cat: DIALCD 034. Rel: 26 Nov 15
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Untitled
  2. Downpour
  3. What We Came To Be
  4. You Ended Up Being All I Know
  5. Like Thoughts Or Moments We'll Fall
  6. Fade
  7. Interlude I
  8. End
  9. Daze
  10. Still With You
  11. Fade Town, You're My Existence
  12. Interlude II
  13. Interlude III
  14. Time
  15. (Hidden Track)
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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Cat: DIAL 001. Rel: 16 Feb 00
 
Unclassified
  1. Shoes
  2. Camping
  3. 7 To 5 Factory
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Grind (CD)
Cat: DIAL 033CD. Rel: 02 Sep 15
Techno
  1. No Balance
  2. Nighthawk
  3. Waiting For The Green Flash
  4. Savage Coast
  5. Screes Of Gray Craig
  6. Bane
  7. I-Mir
  8. Ejected
  9. Vampire Dub
Review: German label Dial was probably not the most obvious choice for DJ Richard to release his debut album on, but it turns out that Grind is a perfect fit. Tracks like "No Balance" and "Waiting for the Green Flash" are eerie, atmospheric compositions and capture the often times sangfroid sound (and design) of the Hamburg imprint. Elsewhere, there are nods to the classic deep house and techno, especially on the winding, stop-start bleep groove of "Savage Coast" and the fragile, sublime melodies of closing track "Vampire (dub)". However, if there is one track that really consolidates the Dial-DJ Richard relationship, it's the staccato beats and sonorous bass of "I-Mir", an arrangement that perfectly captures the label's wintry escape from the daily grind.
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out of stock $9.65
Grind (2xLP)
Cat: DIAL 033LP. Rel: 02 Sep 15
Techno
  1. No Balance (4:14)
  2. Nighthawk (5:43)
  3. Waiting For The Green Flesh (2:52)
  4. Savage Coast (5:58)
  5. Screes Of Gray Craig (6:59)
  6. Bane (6:31)
  7. I-Mir (7:04)
  8. Ejected (4:17)
  9. Vampire Dub (8:00)
Review: Rhode Island young gun turned Berlin success story DJ Richard has come a long way. After the success of his White Material label (known for its dusty and dirty house workouts) he's snapped up by Hamburg institution Dial for a full length album, and it does not at all disappoint. Grind is an inspired journey through Richard's many musical dimensions, showing off some sides to his sound not heard previously. After the black metal inspired intro of "No Balance" he gives us the smooth and majestic deep house of "Nighthawk" and "Savage Coast" that are more typical of the Dial sound but there's also the dark atmosphere of "I-Mir" and the brilliant "Vampire Dub".
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out of stock $18.25
Cat: DIAL 074. Rel: 23 Nov 17
Electro
  1. Path Of Ruin (Pain mix) (10:49)
  2. Gargoyle (6:38)
  3. Stygian Freeze (5:23)
Played by: Benjamin Fröhlich
out of stock $10.57
Cat: DIALCD 040. Rel: 19 Jun 18
Electro
  1. Dies Irae Xerox
  2. Pitfall
  3. Vanguard
  4. Crimson Curve
  5. Tunnel Stalker
  6. Dissolving World
  7. In Broad Daylight
  8. Ancestral Helm
  9. Final Mercy
  10. Ex Aere
  11. Old Winter's Way
  12. Gate Of Roses
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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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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Cat: DIAL 025. Rel: 10 Aug 05
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Sun Goddess
  2. Speak To Me
  3. Running Naked
  4. Nothing
  5. Cruising Queen
  6. Great Space
  7. Massage
  8. Over
  9. He Said
out of stock $8.45
Cat: DIALLP 011. Rel: 24 Apr 08
Indie
  1. Negatives
  2. Lad
  3. Flower Shower
  4. Goldchain
  5. Wrong
  6. I Can't Hear
  7. Air
  8. You Know Now
  9. Wayward
  10. Buds
out of stock $14.80
Cat: DIALCD 011. Rel: 25 Apr 08
Indie
  1. Negatives
  2. Lad
  3. Flower Shower
  4. Goldchain
  5. Wrong
  6. I Can't Hear
  7. Air
  8. You Know Now
  9. Wayward
  10. Buds
out of stock $16.40
Muji (12")
Cat: DIAL 006. Rel: 28 Apr 01
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Muji
  2. Illinois
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Efdemin (2xLP)
Cat: DIALLP 010. Rel: 03 May 07
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Further Back
  2. Stately, Yes
  3. La Ratafia
  4. Back To School
  5. Salix Alba
  6. Side Effects
  7. April Fools
Review: Since his debut "Joni" in 2001, Phillip Sollmann has released his music on Dial under his artist name Efdemin. Throughout the years he developed his very own strategies to approach techno and house music. The result is this self titled album, "Efdemin".
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out of stock $14.80
Decay (CD)
Cat: DIALCD 030. Rel: 26 Mar 14
Techno
  1. Some Kind Of Up & Down Yes
  2. Drop Frame
  3. Transducer
  4. Solaris
  5. Decay
  6. Subatomic
  7. Track 93
  8. The Meadow
  9. Parallaxis
  10. Ohara
Review: Dial regular Efdemin returns with a third album of a respected career, with the autumnal theme of Decay inspired by the German producer's three-month artist residency in Kyoto, Japan. Sollmann immersed himself in the local culture while in Kyoto, attending ceremonies with monks at temples and visiting local instrument makers. This results in a ten track set that canvasses the sort of poignant, introverted house music that's characterised much of Phillip Sollmann's work as Efdemin to date. There are however a few stylistic surprises along the way - the stripped back, jacking "Transducer" or the fusion of jazzy licks and noisy bursts of percussion that makes up the title track - but overall you'd be hard pushed to think of a better label to house Decay than Dial.
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out of stock $7.39
Decay (2xLP)
Cat: DIALLP 030. Rel: 26 Mar 14
Techno
  1. Ohara
  2. Solaris
  3. Transducer
  4. Parallaxis
  5. Decay
  6. Track 93
  7. The Meadow
  8. Some Kind Of Up & Down Yes
  9. Drop Fram
  10. Subatomic
Review: Dial regular Efdemin returns with a third album of a respected career, with the autumnal theme of Decay inspired by the German producer's three-month artist residency in Kyoto, Japan. Sollmann immersed himself in the local culture while in Kyoto, attending ceremonies with monks at temples and visiting local instrument makers. This results in a ten track set that canvasses the sort of poignant, introverted house music that's characterised much of Phillip Sollmann's work as Efdemin to date. There are however a few stylistic surprises along the way - the stripped back, jacking "Transducer" or the fusion of jazzy licks and noisy bursts of percussion that makes up the title track - but overall you'd be hard pushed to think of a better label to house Decay than Dial.

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out of stock $16.91
Cat: DIAL 67. Rel: 26 Jun 14
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Some Kind Of Up & Down Yes (Asusu remix)
  2. Solaris (Staffan Linzatti remix)
  3. Parallaxis (The Borderline State remix)
Review: Released earlier this year, Efdemin's third studio album Decay will probably end up in a fair few end of year lists come December thanks to ten tracks that mixed up the poignant, introverted house Phillip Solman is know for with a few stylistic curveballs. Obviously aware of this, Dial have elected to complement the album with a series of remix 12"s and the first features quite a diverse selection of contributors indeed. Livity Sound's Asusu mans the A Side with a wonderfully minimalist take of "Some Kind Of Up And Down Yes" with the original's alien qualities smudged into something surprisingly understated and atmospheric. By contrast Steffan Linzatti goes the opposite route with his remix of "Solaris", embellishing the fluttering Martian textures with the results akin to Jeff Mills' Something In The Sky series. A closing remix from Efdemin's studiomate John Gurtler (a.k.a. The Borderline State) sees "Parallaxis" shorn of it's rhythmic backbone and replaced with acoustic instrumentation which Dial describe quite aptly as a "convergence of minimalist composers Moondog and Wim Mertens".
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Chicago (2xLP)
Cat: DIALLP 21. Rel: 28 May 10
Deep House
  1. Cowbell
  2. Shoeshine
  3. Oh My God
  4. There Will Be Singing
  5. Night Train
  6. Le Grand Voyage
  7. Wonderland (The Race For Space)
  8. Oh My God (reprise)
Review: Dial Records are really on a roll these days. After recently releasing a beautiful album by Pawel and their remarkable 10 year anniversary compilation, they come back at us with the long awaited second album from Efdemin, Chicago. Berlin-based Efdemin (aka Phillip Sollmann) has been associated with the Hamburg-founded label since its inception a decade ago. His self-titled debut in 2007 was a stunning affair that resonated deeply with both the house and techno communities. After three years and several singles in between, Efdemin has finally graced us once again with nine new soul-striking tracks that combine the beauty and deepness we have come to associate with his productions. "Cowbell" starts things off with a vocal snippet, warbled organs and slow drum rolls as a prelude to "Shoeshine" which kicks things into higher gear with its tough drums and precise high-hats. All tracks seamlessly flow into each other, a concept many artists tend to overlook when making a full length album. This overall sense of flow makes it pleasure to listen to uninterrupted. Instead of finely balancing the line between house and techno, Chicago has more of a jazz-induced feeling to it- which is not to say that it's light or too refined, but rather more intriguing and textured than your standard fare of straight up deep house or deep techno. Oh, and there's even a Homer Simpson sample hidden in there.
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Efdemin (CD)
Cat: DIALCD 10. Rel: 09 May 07
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Knocking At The Grand
  2. Lohn & Brot
  3. Le Ratafia
  4. Acid Bells (album version)
  5. Back To School
  6. Stately, Yes
  7. Further Back
  8. Salix Alba
  9. April Fools
  10. Bergwein
Review: Since his debut "Joni" in 2001, Phillip Sollmann has released his music on Dial under his artist name Efdemin. Throughout the years he developed his very own strategies to approach techno and house music. The result is this self titled album, "Efdemin".
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out of stock $13.74
Chicago (CD)
Cat: DIALCD 21. Rel: 21 May 10
Deep House
  1. Cowbell
  2. Shoeshine
  3. Night Train
  4. Oh My God
  5. There Will Be Singing
  6. Le Grand Voyage
  7. Nothing Is Everything
  8. Round Here
  9. Wonderland (The Race For Space)
  10. Oh My God (reprise)
Review: Dial Records are really on a roll these days. After recently releasing a beautiful album by Pawel and their remarkable 10 year anniversary compilation, they come back at us with the long awaited second album from Efdemin, Chicago. Berlin-based Efdemin (aka Phillip Sollmann) has been associated with the Hamburg-founded label since its inception a decade ago. His self-titled debut in 2007 was a stunning affair that resonated deeply with both the house and techno communities. After three years and several singles in between, Efdemin has finally graced us once again with nine new soul-striking tracks that combine the beauty and deepness we have come to associate with his productions. "Cowbell" starts things off with a vocal snippet, warbled organs and slow drum rolls as a prelude to "Shoeshine" which kicks things into higher gear with its tough drums and precise high-hats. All tracks seamlessly flow into each other, a concept many artists tend to overlook when making a full length album. This overall sense of flow makes it pleasure to listen to uninterrupted. Instead of finely balancing the line between house and techno, Chicago has more of a jazz-induced feeling to it- which is not to say that it's light or too refined, but rather more intriguing and textured than your standard fare of straight up deep house or deep techno. Oh, and there's even a Homer Simpson sample hidden in there.
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out of stock $13.74
Cat: DIAL 018. Rel: 11 Feb 04
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Post Script Blues
  2. Colonia
  3. Isobel
out of stock $8.45
Cat: DIAL 68. Rel: 13 Nov 14
Techno
  1. Decay (ERP version)
  2. Track 93 (Don Williams remix)
  3. Parallaxis (Johannes Volk remix)
  4. Parallaxis (Traumprinz Over 2 The End version)
Review: The diverse musical tastes of Phillip Solman are evident once again on this second round of remixes tied to his fine 2014 album Decay. There is something for all fans of contemporary techno here as ERP (aka Gerard Hanson), Don Williams, Johannes Volk and Traumprinz all contribute to proceedings. Typically the ERP revision of "Decay" recasts the album's title track as rough, bouncing electro whilst Mojuba boss Don Williams flushes "Track 93" with new levels of Motor City indebted urgency over a throbbing low end bass groove. On the flip Mr Volk turns in a fine melodic tweak of "Parallaxis" though it's fairly overshadowed by the epic orchestral rendition from Giegling artist Traumprinz.
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out of stock $11.90
Cat: DIAL 24. Rel: 02 Sep 05
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Van Laack Vacuum (cut)
  2. Baumgartnerhohe (copy)
  3. School Of Velocity (paste)
out of stock $8.45
Cat: DIAL 034. Rel: 15 Feb 07
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Efdemin - "Just A Track"
  2. Carsten Jost - "Love"
Review: Efdemin (aka Philip Sollmann) is back with another house anthem. This piece is true house music - a tribute to all producers from Detroit and New York. On the flip Carsten Jost brings his deepest release ever.
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Played by: Pablo Bolivar
out of stock $9.51
Bergwein (12")
Cat: DIAL 030. Rel: 13 Jul 06
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Efdemin - "Bergwein"
  2. Lawrence - "Unserious Takeout No 1"
  3. Michaela Meise/Sergej Jensen - "Secret Side"
Review: Long before releasing Efdemin's "Bergwein" it seemed to be a little underground hit, featured on the groove100 CD mixed by Lawrence and a part of the sets faves of DJs like Shinedoe, Sascha Funke, Carsten Jost and many more. A piece of minimal primetime deepness, filled with Detroit strings and the most hypnotic bassline ever. Lawrence's unserious takeout shows his unstraight infantile side, inspired by Bell 'N' Bass boosting Rephlex madness. Jubilee Dial 30 ends up with a super low nice cover version taken from the new 'Neu' CD by Michaela Meise and Sergej Jensen.
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out of stock $9.26
Cat: DIALCD 031. Rel: 28 Aug 14
Techno
  1. Connecting The Ghost
  2. Friendship Song
  3. Stuffy
  4. Your War Is Over
  5. Wilkie
  6. Tense Times
  7. Parade
  8. We Have A Nice Life
  9. Occult Levitation
  10. All That Matters
Review: German veteran Roman Flugel's debut album under his given name, 2011's Fatty Folders, was something of a surprise package - a collection of warm, playful and melodious tracks that belied his reputation for hypnotic techno and eccentric deep house. This follow-up retains that playfulness - not to mention a curious pop sensibility with regards to tunefulness - but douses it in the clanking rhythms of machine drums and industrial strength electronics. The production is still pleasingly finessed, but there's also a pleasingly raw feel to his blends of IDM, deep house, deep techno, electronica and classic Kraftwerk (see the standout "Wilkie"). Happiness is Happening also impressively plays around with mood and tempo, with wholeheartedly positive results.
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out of stock $12.68
Brasil (12")
Cat: DIAL 058. Rel: 16 May 11
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Brasil
  2. Bahia Blues Bootcamp
  3. Damn Whistle
  4. Brasil (reprise)
out of stock $8.45
Cat: DIALCD 023. Rel: 22 Sep 11
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. How To Spread Lies
  2. Lush Life Libido
  3. Deo
  4. Bahia Blues Bootcamp
  5. The Improviser
  6. Krautus
  7. Rude Awakening
  8. Song With Blue
  9. Softice
  10. Don't Break My Heart
  11. PianoPiano
Review: Given the length of his career, it's perhaps surprising that this is Roman Flugel's first album under his own name. Fatty Folders finds him in fine form, building on the success of his recent Dial 12" singles via a series of cuts that largely show him at the peak of his powers. While there are nods to some of his more celebrated deep house and hypnotic techno productions, Fatty Folders is musically far more playful than much of his output. At times it sounds like Flugel's take on early Orbital, at others more like a typically Teutonic fusion of Detroit futurism and Plone-ish synthscapes. Most satisfyingly, it remains thoroughly entertaining throughout. Flugel-funk anyone?
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out of stock $12.68
Cat: DIAL 54. Rel: 15 Nov 10
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. How To Spread Lies
  2. Sunny Side Up
  3. Pattern 16
  4. Pianopiano
out of stock $9.51
Cat: DIAL 069. Rel: 25 Feb 15
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Black Towers
  2. Sliced Africa
  3. Spiritual Enhancer
Review: It promises to be yet another interesting year for Dial Records with an upcoming compilation and the tantalising prospect of a debut album from White Material man DJ Richard on the horizon. Before that, it's Herr Flugel that kicks proceedings off with a new three track 12" that sounds and feels every bit as vibrant as this stellar 2014 LP Happiness Is Happening. Sliced Africa opens with "Black Towers" a racketing slab of epic deepness that appears suited to the early morning moments, whilst the title track has our Roman veering off into more tropical territory. Some superb drum programming on this one. To close "Spiritual Enhancer" adopts a more contemplative poise, easing down the tempo and providing the warm up DJs with a B Side gem to cherish.
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out of stock $11.62
All The Right Noises (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: DIALLP 038. Rel: 02 Nov 16
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. The Mighty Suns (5:13)
  2. Dead Idols (7:23)
  3. Nameless Lake (4:11)
  4. Warm & Dewy (5:56)
  5. Dust (5:26)
  6. Believers (5:09)
  7. All The Right Noises (6:54)
  8. Planet Zorg (5:34)
  9. Life Tends To Come & Go (4:08)
  10. Fantasy (4:18)
Review: Many would argue that Roman Flugel has been making All The Right Noises for the best part of two decades. Certainly, the prolific German producer's vast catalogue boasts way more hits than misses, with this latest full-length - his third for Dial - being amongst his strongest work to date. After beginning with the slow burning, late night ambience of "Fantasy", the former Alter Ego producer gently raises the tempo throughout, moving from the off-kilter, experimental techno hypnotism of "Dead Idols" and sparse, out-there dancefloor moodiness of "Warm & Dewy", to the ghostly house shuffle of "All The Right Noises", and John Carpenter-meets-Black Dog creepiness of "Planet Zorg". Throughout, it's hugely thoughtful and atmospheric.
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out of stock $20.09
Cat: DIALLP 31. Rel: 28 Aug 14
Techno
  1. Connecting The Ghost
  2. Friendship Song
  3. Stuffy
  4. Your War Is Over
  5. Wilkie
  6. Tense Times
  7. Parade
  8. We Have A Nice Life
  9. Occult Levitation
  10. All That Matters
Review: German veteran Roman Flugel's debut album under his given name, 2011's Fatty Folders, was something of a surprise package - a collection of warm, playful and melodious tracks that belied his reputation for hypnotic techno and eccentric deep house. This follow-up retains that playfulness - not to mention a curious pop sensibility with regards to tunefulness - but douses it in the clanking rhythms of machine drums and industrial strength electronics. The production is still pleasingly finessed, but there's also a pleasingly raw feel to his blends of IDM, deep house, deep techno, electronica and classic Kraftwerk (see the standout "Wilkie"). Happiness is Happening also impressively plays around with mood and tempo, with wholeheartedly positive results.
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out of stock $18.78
Fatty Folders (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: DIALLP 023. Rel: 22 Sep 11
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Lush Life Libido
  2. Deo
  3. The Improviser
  4. Krautus
  5. Rude Awakening
  6. Song With Blue
  7. Softice
  8. Don't Break My Heart
Review: Given the length of his career, it's perhaps surprising that this is Roman Flugel's first album under his own name. Fatty Folders finds him in fine form, building on the success of his recent Dial 12" singles via a series of cuts that largely show him at the peak of his powers. While there are nods to some of his more celebrated deep house and hypnotic techno productions, Fatty Folders is musically far more playful than much of his output. At times it sounds like Flugel's take on early Orbital, at others more like a typically Teutonic fusion of Detroit futurism and Plone-ish synthscapes. Most satisfyingly, it remains thoroughly entertaining throughout. Flugel-funk anyone?
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out of stock $19.30
Cat: DIALCD 38. Rel: 25 Oct 16
Techno
  1. Fantasy (2:00)
  2. The Mighty Suns (2:00)
  3. Dead Idols (2:00)
  4. Nameless Lake (2:00)
  5. Warm & Dewy (2:00)
  6. Dust (2:00)
  7. Believers (2:00)
  8. All The Right Noises (2:00)
  9. Planet Zorg (2:00)
  10. Life Tends To Come & Go (2:00)
Review: Many would argue that Roman Flugel has been making All The Right Noises for the best part of two decades. Certainly, the prolific German producer's vast catalogue boasts way more hits than misses, with this latest full-length - his third for Dial - being amongst his strongest work to date. After beginning with the slow burning, late night ambience of "Fantasy", the former Alter Ego producer gently raises the tempo throughout, moving from the off-kilter, experimental techno hypnotism of "Dead Idols" and sparse, out-there dancefloor moodiness of "Warm & Dewy", to the ghostly house shuffle of "All The Right Noises", and John Carpenter-meets-Black Dog creepiness of "Planet Zorg". Throughout, it's hugely thoughtful and atmospheric.
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out of stock $11.53
  1. Griess
  2. Elfbuchen
  3. Aalfarm
  4. You Don't Know Me
  5. Truly, Yours
  6. Unnau
  7. Headroom
  8. Rorschach
  9. Stoke Newington
  10. Frost
  11. Glut
out of stock $13.74
City (12")
Cat: DIAL 003. Rel: 07 Nov 00
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Alexander Polzin - "Regrets"
  2. Alexander Polzin - "Regrets" (Hoteleins mix)
  3. Carsten Jost - "Juliane"
  4. Lawrence - "Homeless"
out of stock $8.45
Cat: DIAL 053. Rel: 02 Oct 10
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Torn
  2. The Fantastic Researchers Of Yushin Maru
out of stock $8.45
Cat: DIAL 050. Rel: 22 Mar 10
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Isolee - "Black Lodge"
  2. Efdemin - "Time"
  3. Lawrence - "Treacle Mine"
out of stock $14.02
Ebba (LP)
Cat: DIAL 026. Rel: 21 Oct 05
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Abdul Alhazred
  2. jedes Wort
  3. Diese Schmerzen Musst Du Teilen
  4. Ein Bequemer Weg
  5. Flashengeist
  6. Aus meinem Haus
  7. Alles Ist Wieder Gut
  8. Ausser Der Arbeit
  9. Sei Hochwohlgeboren
  10. Steine Sammeln Und Wegwerfen
  11. Amorphes Geschehen
  12. Faux Queer
  13. Dieses
out of stock $8.99
You Are My Mate (double 12")
Cat: DIAL 040. Rel: 17 Apr 08
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Jost & Klemann - "CC01 (Detroit)"
  2. Sten - "Fortune"
  3. RNDM - "Wakefield"
  4. Pigon - "Helios"
  5. Pantha Du Prince - "Tau"
  6. Phantomghost - "You Are My Mate"
Played by: Denny Trajkov
out of stock $20.09
Cat: DIAL 007. Rel: 11 Aug 01
Unclassified
  1. New Morning-Changing Weather
  2. Make Pigs Pay
  3. Makrame-1972
out of stock $8.45
Cat: DIAL 035. Rel: 08 Mar 07
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Atlantis 1
  2. Atlantis 2
Review: Carsten Jost hits us up on the deeeeeeeep tip here with 2 versions of a track called Atlantis, released on Dial. Atlantis 1 is on heavy on the bassline and very easy on the chords. Very deep, very pretty. On the flip, things get even deeper with a softer kick, and a slightly jazzier bassline.
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out of stock $6.61
Cat: DIALCD 039. Rel: 07 Feb 17
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Intro
  2. Ambush
  3. Atlantis II
  4. Perishable Tactics
  5. Army Green
  6. Atlantis
  7. Platoon RLX
  8. Love
  9. Platoon RLX II
  10. Dawn Patrol
  11. Outro
Review: While he does have an excuse - after all, co-running the Dial imprint must be a near full time job - 16 years is long time to wait for a new Carsten Jost album. Happily, this long-promised follow-up to 2001's You Don't Need A Weatherman To Know Which Way The Wind Blows is really rather good. It contains a mixture of now vintage material - another airing for sublime 2007 double A-side "Atlantis" and "Atlantis II" - and brand new cuts. Musically, it's hugely atmospheric and otherworldly, subtly slipping between ambient soundscapes, hushed techno workouts, spacey, dub-wise explorations, and quietly melodic deep house. In other words, it was definitely worth waiting for.
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out of stock $9.65
Cat: DIALLP 039. Rel: 07 Feb 17
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Intro (5:52)
  2. Platoon RLX (6:57)
  3. Perishable Tactics (5:35)
  4. Army Green (6:19)
  5. Platoon RLX II (6:26)
  6. Dawn Patrol (6:19)
  7. Ambush (8:23)
  8. Outro (3:05)
out of stock $21.14
Cat: DIAL 019. Rel: 26 May 04
Techno
  1. Described As White
  2. Hermes
  3. Krokus
  4. Youth Brigade
out of stock $8.45
Elmenreich (12")
Cat: DIAL 002. Rel: 11 Oct 00
Unclassified
  1. Klandestine
  2. A1
  3. JB
  4. Elmenreich
  5. Hotel City
out of stock $8.45
Cat: DIAL 051. Rel: 26 Apr 10
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Carsten Jost - "Days Gone By"
  2. Kassian Troyer - "Tourist"
  3. RNDM - "No Beginning"
out of stock $7.93
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