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FORTHCOMING
Radium
Radium (12")
Cat: RX 8. Rel: 24 Jun 24
 
Techno
Radium
Uranium Smuggle
Hibernation Drive
Review: For their latest trick, the Rawax crew has taken a deep dive into the back catalogue of Roman Flugel and Jorn Elling Wuttke's work as Acid Jesus - the project with which they made their name before morphing into Alter Ego. Lead cut 'Radium' dates from 1995 and wraps alien electro sonics, proto-minimal techno motifs and pots and pans percussion around a deep bassline and hypnotic machine drums. The pair's passion for heads-down hypnotism and metallic noises is further explored on the superb 'Uranium Smuggle' (which originally appeared on the flip-side of 'Radium'), while 'Hibernation Drive' is a punchy and evocative electro number first released in 1997.
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Played by: Shadow Dancer
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est. release 24 Jun 24 $14.30
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Wake Up
Wake Up (2xLP)
Cat: RAWAX 005LP. Rel: 01 Jan 90
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Kick It (6:10)
Le Manteau D'argent (6:30)
Tribute (6:15)
Revolutions (6:19)
No Hiss (6:24)
Idle (5:28)
Yussuf Is In Control (7:11)
Your Love Is Fading (5:46)
 in stock $25.16
Cat Groove
Cat: RMCE 022. Rel: 13 Feb 24
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Cat Groove (7:18)
Floating Around (5:16)
Hook Up (6:41)
Warehouse Blues (6:28)
Review: There's seemingly no end to the mind-blowing vaults of UK tech house titan Mark Ambrose. Even after the extensive three-volume run of reissues on Repeats, Rawax have found more of the South Coast legend's late 90s material that hasn't been reissued yet. Sharks be damned, the Cat Groove 12" is back within reach and remastered to bring the best out of the tracks. The title track is one of those artfully squashed, funk loop-riding jams that turns the heat up without any need for studio showboating - just the right ingredients. 'Floating Around' is a heady tripper crying out for the morning, while 'Hook Up' finds another soulful lick to place at the centre of a groove so crunchy it just has to come from an MPC. Hold tight for 'Warehouse Blues', which injects some nasty, pumping techno energy into the mix with a metallic bassline that comes on like Mr Fingers dipped in chrome.
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 in stock $14.82
Milagro EP
Cat: RAWAX 008LTD. Rel: 03 Feb 15
 
Deep House
Milagro 02
As She Left (6:14)
Opacity
Slow Motion
Review: Rawax drop another stunner of a reissue and it's by none other than Uwe Schmidt aka Atom Heart! The Milagro EP was originally released in 1994 on Our Choice as a CD and on London's Rough Trade as a 12". However, the German imprint has done us the favour of saving a L100 price tag on the black market, and have even remastered the tracks from the original tapes. Gorgeous, deep house swelters from start to finish, each track sounding as fresh today as it did over twenty years ago in a sweaty basement club. We're particularly fond of "Opcaity" and its cavernous bassline - a truly cutting-edge affair!
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 in stock $14.30
Uber Depa
Uber Depa (clear blue marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: RAWAX 012. Rel: 23 Mar 13
 
Deep House
The Garden Of Secrets
Don't Bother
Synthetic Squyrs
Marching Ants
Review: Continuing his foray into 4/4 after his very recent turn on Futureboogie, this time Marco Bernadi has linked up with the Rawax crew for some more of that gutsy, full-bodied groove business. The synths on "The Garden Of Secrets" once again reveal Bernadi's electro roots, while the crisp and bumping beat stays slow and seductive. "Don't Bother" gets into a more twitchy frame of mind, opting for a more dystopian sci-fi kind of demeanour that leans towards techno drum patterns and interlocking melodies. Things remain decidedly freaky for the deadly "Synthetic Squyrs", albeit in a simmering under the surface fashion, and "Marching Ants" rounds things off with some dusty beat science and plenty of atmospherics.
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 in stock $12.98
Interplugreaction (remixes)
Cat: RWX 7. Rel: 04 Apr 24
 
Techno
Interplugreaction (Marcel Dettmann remix)
Interplugreaction (Frank Muller remix)
Interplugreaction (Rodhad remix)
Interplugreaction (Henning Baer remix)
Review: Interplugreaction is a track from Beroshima's 2007 album Real To Reel, but it's wasn't until 2023 that we (now get to) hear the cream of its reinterpretations. If only every track in the world could hear a remix from the likes of Marcel Dettman and Rodhad! Perhaps this calls for an entirely new industry - in fact, let's lock the artists in a room just so they can churn out the music and nothing else. Actually, a whopping four techno heavyweights (also including Frank Muller and Henning Baer) to reinterpret the classic track, with the new mixes ranging from stuffy and oppressive to airy and stark. Certainly not one to miss.
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 in stock $13.24
Interplugreaction (remixes)
Interplugreaction (remixes) (limited red vinyl 12")
Cat: RX 7R. Rel: 04 Apr 24
 
Techno
Interplugreaction (Marcel Dettmann remix)
Interplugreaction (Frank Muller remix)
Interplugreaction (Rodhad remix)
Interplugreaction (Henning Baer remix)
Review: Four slow-burning percussive meltdowns - variants of the same theme, 'Interplugreaction' - from longtime German electro-techno project Beroshima (Frank Frank Muller and recent Tangerine Dream member Ulrich Schnauss). With the original track having floated about the minimal techno ethers since at least 1996, in which year it was featured as part of Tanjobi Records' 'Lost Freakquencies' series, its light seems to have never dwindled; now the track comes completely reinterpreted and in some cases almost entirely upended, once more by the likes of Muller, Rodhad, Henning Baer and Marcel Dettmann.
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Played by: CheapEdits
 in stock $14.82
FORTHCOMING
Zero G
Zero G (12")
Cat: RAWAXS 025. Rel: 27 May 24
 
Deep House
Party Crusher
Nismo
VOT
Zero-G
Review: Lefferis Kalabakas may have been making and releasing music as Lee Burton for the best part of 14 years - largely for labels like Raum Musik and Up The Stuss - but this tidy EP still marks his first outing on German giant Rawax. He starts in confident mood via energy-packed peak-time workout 'Party Crusher', where acid licks, Yorkshire bleeps and piano riffs rise above an early LFO-inspired groove, before opting for a mid-90s-MK-goes-psychedelic flex on 'Nismo'. Over on the flip, 'VOT' is a rolling, acid-flecked, organ-sporting slab of rushing dancefloor positivity, while 'Zero G' is a raging, TB-303 heavy acid-breaks roller.
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est. release 27 May 24 $14.30
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Cuban Linx
Cat: RAWAXS 020. Rel: 14 Jul 23
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Cuban Linx (5:55)
Steppin' Razor (5:15)
Roasted (9:09)
Dirty Dancing (5:33)
Review: They say that death and taxes are the only sure thing about life, but Rawax serving up high functioning house is another. This 20th such EP comes from William Caycedo and he nails a groove from the first time you drop the needle on the record. 'Cuban Linx' is speaker busting house that is heavy and dusty with plenty of dub swagger. 'Steppin' Razor' again shows a great swing to the drums but this time a more airy vibe pervades. 'Roasted' gets tough with slapping hits and off-balance kicks then 'Dirty Dancing' closes with warm, humid basement sounds for the heads.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $14.30
Robot Backpack EP
Cat: RWX 018. Rel: 15 May 23
 
Electro
All One (feat Kevin Knapp) (7:22)
Leo (6:01)
You & I (6:13)
Robot Backpack (6:14)
Review: Cesare Vs Disorder aka Cesare Marchese joins the ever-growing Raw family with an EP that shows off his studio mastery across four varied cuts. 'All One' (feat Kevin Knapp) is a fleshy minimal house cut with silky rhythms and lots of machine funk. 'Leo' then flips the script with old school breaks and rave tinged vocals for spine-tingling peak time action. 'You & I' drops into a dark and garage-tinged house groove that shuffles and wiggles under well treated vocals. 'Robot Backpack' shuts down with maybe the best of the lot - cyborg electro funk with dry hits and irresistible bass.
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Played by: DJ Mau Mau
 in stock $14.30
Final Frontier Of Electro
Cat: RMCE 0041. Rel: 18 Sep 17
 
Electro
Alien Abduction (feat DJ Lenn Swann) (4:13)
Mutant Creations Compute (4:29)
Final Frontier Of Electro (4:31)
Armada Bass (4:57)
Injection Star (5:13)
Really Inception (3:26)
Review: Rawax's latest electro outing comes from one of the Godfathers of the Detroit electro scene, former Aux88 associate DJ Di'jital. Given his pedigree, it's no surprise to find that Final Frontier of Electro is pretty darn good. Across the six tracks he touches on numerous electro variants - ghetto-tech, Miami bass, the Kraftwerk-inspired early New York style and Drexciyan intensity - combining them into thrilling new hybrid shapes. It's rare to find an EP with this many high-grade club tracks, making picking highlights tricky. That said, we're particularly enjoying the thrusting, all out assault of "Injection Star" and the intergalactic, techno-influenced hustle of the forthright title track.
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 in stock $14.03
Minimize The Maximum EP (reissue)
Cat: RXRT 01. Rel: 01 Aug 23
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Done In Two Days (7:24)
Follow Me (6:58)
More CPU Please (6:56)
Review: Robert Drewek and Tomie Nevada worked together a fair amount around the mid 00s, delivering a punchy kind of electro-techno hybrid which was very much of the era. They scored a partial hit with 'Done In 2 Days', which cropped up on the popular Nightdrive mix album by Slam and now the original EP that track was from is being reissued by Rawax. The music has aged well, sporting a certain spiky attitude which should land well with a fresh crowd in modern times and the rest of the EP is just as satisfying, from the rubbery acid wriggles and bumping groove of 'Follow Me' to the nervy tech of 'More CPU Please'.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $14.30
FORTHCOMING
Flash (reissue)
Cat: RX 9. Rel: 28 Jun 24
 
Techno
Flash
Dope Computer
Face
Players Anthem
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est. release 28 Jun 24 $13.77
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The Harvest
Cat: RX 3. Rel: 15 May 23
 
Techno
The Harvest (8:51)
Spanner (5:46)
Misunderstood (4:14)
Twain (6:37)
Horlywagon (4:22)
Review: Back in 2020, hip-hop, breaks and electro stalwart Freddy Fresh decided to turn his hand to vintage-sounding house and techno, self-releasing a set of tracks called The Harvest online. Rawax were impressed, with the popular label deciding to put the pick of the cuts out on vinyl. Title track 'The Harvest' sets the tone, with the veteran producer wrapping a house-tempo, post-electro groove in sustained organ chords, spacey synths and bubbly electronic melodies. 'House-Spanner' sees him doff a cap to The Middle of Nowhere-era Orbital (seriously, it's very reminiscent of the Hartnoll brothers' late '90s output), while 'Misunderstood' is a woozy, delay-laden chunk of early morning U.S deep house. Elsewhere, the deep house dreaminess continues on the interestingly swung 'Twain', and clonking, TB-303 speckled 'Horlywagon'.
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 in stock $13.24
FORTHCOMING
Fresh & Low EP
Cat: RXT 03. Rel: 27 May 24
 
Deep House
Mistral
Mistral (Power mix)
Funky Daze
The Way You Feel
Review: Fresh & Low's EP, originally released in 1996, has now made a triumphant return in 2024, captivating audiences once again with its timeless house/deep house vibes. The EP features a dynamic range of tracks that showcase their signature style, with standout songs like 'Mistral' and 'Funky Daz" setting the tone for a melodic journey through the realms of electronic music. "Mistral" boasts a classic deep house sound, characterized by a catchy bassline and reverberating melodies that create a smooth and immersive listening experience. The 'Power Mix' takes a new approach, infusing elements of New York house with the addition of female vocals and tribal influences. On the other hand, "Funky Daze" keeps the momentum going with its breezy and cool atmosphere, driven by a catchy bassline and melodic daze. Closing out the EP is 'The Way You Feel', a vibrant and groovy track that exudes upbeat house vibes while maintaining a deeper, tribal undertone.
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est. release 27 May 24 $16.42
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Little I EP
Cat: RXT 01. Rel: 22 Feb 24
 
Deep House
New Life (7:14)
Seven Miles Up (6:07)
No Going Back (7:33)
Dream (5:10)
Review: Fresh & Low started out as a production partnership between Calum Walker, David Robertson and Julian Dembinski, three deep house heads in the UK with something to say. It's telling they ended up synonymous with Guidance and that wave of dreamy, gritty groovers from the likes of Callisto and Dana Kelley, but their first record Little I arrived on West Side in 1997. The sound was already fully formed, hitting a seductive, nocturnal mood perfectly captured on the dubby sensuality of 'No Going Back'. Dirty drums, subtle swing and synth hooks you could just melt into - this is surely some of the best deep house ever made, reissued by Rawax and sounding better than ever.
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Tags: 90s House
! low stock $17.21
Open Space EP (reissue)
Cat: RXT 02. Rel: 21 May 24
 
Deep House
Sea Of Desire (5:58)
Espresso (7:23)
Where The Wolves Once Roamed (5:17)
Where The Wolves Return (6:07)
Review: For lovers of early tech house, Fresh & Low are like catnip. The Scottish duo dropped a superb series of EPs back in the mid-90s that were all effortlessly cool and tapped into a breezy West Coast US house sound. They still sound as good today as ever so it is no wonder that Rawax has moved to reissue 1997's Open Space EP, originally on Crucial Sounds. It features four of their expertly design grooves, topped with lush synths and hooky little vocals that are both physically irresistible but packed with soul. Do not sleep on this one.
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 in stock $16.42
Ultima Weapon EP
Cat: RAWAX 023. Rel: 14 Jan 19
 
Techno
Ultima Weapon (6:09)
Abysso (6:36)
909 Strings (6:16)
Laguna (5:50)
 in stock $12.44
Time Is Short & Love Is
Cat: RAWAXS 023. Rel: 06 Dec 23
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Time Is Short & Love Is (6:06)
Kitkat Sessions (7:26)
Sand (6:44)
Zaharholic (feat Mandela) (7:38)
Review: Bucharest-based producer Guy From Downstairs is ten years deep in releases at this point, having graced the likes of Robsoul, Neostrictly and Pleasure Zone in recent times. Fresh from a razor-sharp collab with Nu Zau, he sidles over to Rawax for a blissful trip through emotionally charged club tracks ranging from deep, bumping house to fluttering electro. 'Time Is Short & Love Is' pins you down with its fulsome bassline, but there's plenty of space for shuffle and slide in the smooth, seductive groove. Meanwhile 'Kitkat Sessions' comes on with more than a little influence from the glory days of ambient techno and electronica thanks to its skittering drum machine programming, expansive pads and melodious acid lines.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $14.82
FORTHCOMING
Twisted EP
Cat: RAWAXS 024.
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Sweet Dreams
Wiggle System
Smokin Kims
Leftback
Review: Rupert Hartick made quite an impression with his debut release on Pleasure Zone in 2022, and the eagle-eared out there might have copped his drop on Konfus last year. Now he's graduated to the unstoppable Rawax with a four-tracker of sophisticated tech house for the discerning dancer. 'Sweet Dreams' has a meandering, hallucinatory quality helped no end by the amorphous synth tones shimmering over the top of the slinky, shuffling beat. 'Wiggle System' is an entirely different proposition marked out by snaking electro with a mellow demeanour. 'Smokin Kims' is also electro in its construction, but there's a very different flavour to the synths, which warp and writhe through some exquisite sound design. 'Leftback' maintains the thoughtful, original approach Hartick takes across the release, all while offering a different slant to his productions focused more on brittle percussion and FX tweaking.
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coming soon $13.51
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Alien Report
Cat: RAWAXS 02. Rel: 21 Apr 16
 
Electro
Between The Stars (Bassline mix) (5:41)
Alien Report (6:57)
Science & Invention (4:10)
Pong! (4:29)
Jailbreakers (Trojan mix) (4:15)
 in stock $12.70
Flower Swing
Cat: RX 2. Rel: 09 Dec 21
 
Hard Techno
In/Out (7:34)
Flower Swing (7:48)
Track 3 (6:12)
Track 4 (6:41)
Review: Long time techno heads will remember that Jammin Unit was a blistering producer who turned out five albums and 13 or so EPs back in the 90s. He has a Turkish father, a Finnish mother and German citizenship so always brought a diverse array of influences to his music. Rawax now bring some of his classics back into focus by reissuing 1994's Flower Swing EP, which originally came on Dj.ungle Fever . It's high octane stuff with frazzled edges, restless analogue drums and plenty of searing acid flashes. For our money, the title track is the real standout.
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 in stock $12.44
Dizzy Dizzy Dizzy
Cat: RX 4. Rel: 15 Jun 23
 
Techno
Making Me Dizzy (7:01)
Making Me Dizzy (dub) (6:58)
Tongue-Twister (7:24)
Tongue-Twister (dub) (7:11)
Review: Jordan GCZ is having a hell of a year. He's already delivered two sublime albums (his debut solo set and one created in collaboration with Detroit legend Terrence Dixon) and here drops another must-check EP, his first for Rawax. 'Making Me Dizzy' sees the Amsterdam-based producer add gorgeously ambient lead lines, lilting TB-303 motifs and funky bass to a classic Motor City techno groove, with the accompanying 'Dub Mix providing a heavier, sweatier and more intoxicating alternative version. 'Tongue Twister' is jazzier and even more intergalactic, sitting somewhere between blissed-out Move D deep house and melodious techno. The dub that accompanies it is pleasingly deep, out there and effects-laden, escorting us even further into deep space. Tip!
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 in stock $10.59
Dizzy Dizzy Dizzy
Dizzy Dizzy Dizzy (red vinyl 12")
Cat: RX 4R. Rel: 15 Jun 23
 
Techno
Making Me Dizzy (7:01)
Making Me Dizzy (dub) (6:58)
Tongue-Twister (7:21)
Tongue-Twister (dub) (7:11)
 in stock $14.30
Polyphonic Glide EP
Polyphonic Glide EP (yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: RX 41Y. Rel: 31 Jan 24
 
Deep House
Polyphonic Glide (7:16)
Why So Serious (6:49)
Sunny Side Up (5:59)
Undercurrent (5:48)
Review: Since moving from Europe to Canada last year, Jordan Czamanski AKA Jordan GCZ has been relatively quiet, release wise, with just one solo EP and a collaborative album (Recreational Kraut, with long-time friend and studio buddy David Moufang) appearing. This return to Rawax, then, is a welcome development. Title track 'Polyphonic Glide's is particularly potent, with Czamanski combing tight, impactful drums with deeply spacey pads and chords, jazzy bass and his usual stoned, mind-mangling sound design. Elsewhere, 'Why So Serious' is a bouncy, hypnotic, acid-flecked box jam smothered in ghostly pads and echoing synth solos; 'Sunny Side Up' is snappy, out-there and intergalactic in equal measure; and 'Undercurrent' sits somewhere between Detroit tech-jazz, Reagenz style ambient techno and dubby deep house.

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Polyphonic Glide EP
Cat: RX 41. Rel: 22 Jan 24
 
Deep House
Polyphonic Glide (7:15)
Why So Serious (6:49)
Sunny Side Up (5:57)
Undercurrent (5:46)
Review: Jordan GCZ is back on Rawax in quick fashion after the Dizzy Dizzy Dizzy release from earlier in 2023. The machine-jamming maestro is at his best dealing in cosmically-charged techno, and that's exactly what he delivers on this latest record. 'Polyphonic Glide' is swathed in mysterious pads and soulful leads which offset the steady-trucking drive of the drums beautifully. 'Why So Serious' is a subtly bumping cut with a hazy, after hours atmosphere, while 'Sunny Side Up' deals in squashed funk and sparkling arps before 'Undercurrent' takes us home on a bed of celestial synth tones and submerged rhythms. The consistent feel of the record makes it a true delight to melt into - a techno record for sure dreamers.
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Planet Doom
Planet Doom (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: RX 1. Rel: 05 Feb 21
 
Techno
Tombjacker '92 (5:59)
Planet Doom (7:47)
There Is No Antidote, We Need Your Help (6:45)
Fallen Metropolis (7:18)
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The Paskal EP
Cat: RAWAX 013LTD. Rel: 06 Jun 16
 
Techno
Basic Bull Man (7:10)
Blow (6:38)
Planet Stewart (7:33)
Jake's Room (5:41)
Played by: DJ 3000
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Beautiful Lies
Beautiful Lies (hand-stamped marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: RAWAX 031. Rel: 13 Oct 23
 
Techno
Beautiful Lies (7:22)
Spellcasting (6:22)
Beautiful Lies (Beat mix) (7:21)
Spellcasting (Beat mix) (6:13)
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Urban Works
Cat: RX 5. Rel: 03 Jul 23
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Outer Signal (11:47)
Artform (7:50)
Review: Buoyed by the profile boost provided by Running Back's expanded reissue of his 1996 classic 'Open Door', Peter Kremeir AKA LoSoul brings his unique brand of dusty and hypnotic house to Rawax's RX series. He begins in confident fashion with 'Outer Signal', where squally flash-fried funk guitar notes and subtle synth tones get locked into redlined beats, dark stabs and looped bass. He flips the script on 'Art Form', offering for a pitched-down groove, fuzzy analogue bass, mind-mangling modular loops, trance-inducing house drums and echoing, soundsystem style bleeps. Basically, it's another top two-tracker from one of Germany's most singular-minded house producers.
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Hakuna Matata
Cat: RWX 021. Rel: 02 Oct 23
 
Techno
Assanti Sana
In Xs
Review: For several years Luciano was one of the kings of the underground. The Swiss-Chilean rode the crest of the minimal wave and had his own distinctive Latin edge that marked him out in a class of one. Now he is back to DJing - often with his equally heralded brethren Ricardo Villalobos - as well as producing. Rawax has the latest goods from the man in the form of this suitably epic two-track EP. 'Assanti Sana' is all subtly shifting grooves and stringy percussive lines with some textured, expressionistic synth lines. 'In Xs' is deeper, and warmer, with ever-evolving rhythms and lots of stringy lines all woven together in an intricate fashion.
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Tags: Minimal
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Together We Are The Best EP
Cat: RWX 023. Rel: 03 Nov 23
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Wareika & LSOS aka Seth Troxler & Phil Moffa - "United" (10:42)
Wareika & Sonja Moonear - "That Conga" (9:16)
Review: Rawax call on some contemporary big dogs for this new EP which features two Wareika tracks, both of them made in collaboration with various other artists. First up it is Lost Souls of Saturn aka Seth Troxler and Phil Moffa who step up with 'United'. It's a dubbed out cut awash with glistening and cosmic electronics and a funky minimal rhythm that has a cool vibe. It is perennial underground minimal favourite Sonja Moonear who then appears on the flipside joint 'That Conga' which is busier and more indebted to decor with its shimming synths and crispy rhythms.
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Circle To The Square
Circle To The Square (blue marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: RX 6B. Rel: 17 Aug 23
 
Deep House
Circle To The Square (6:28)
Sweet Heini (feat Bouillabass) (6:44)
Drone (2023 version) (8:08)
Ripples (5:55)
Review: You've got to love Move D. The happy German chappy can do it all from heady ambient and synth explorations to feel good sue jams with genuine soul. He makes his debut here on the Rawax Records label and as ever is in imperious form. This is the sixth edition in the label's RX Series and opens with the deep house jam that is 'Circle To The Square' with its fizzing lead synth. 'Sweet Heini' (feat Bouillabass) is a gurgling mix of sordid synth lines and dumpy drums that stay low and then comes the zoned out dub house cut 'Drone' which has been retouched for 2023. 'Ripples' is another dubby one for back room headiness.
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FORTHCOMING
Metaphor EP
Cat: RWX 024.
 
Minimal House/Tech House
The Wine Glass
Heal Dealer
Doremi
Metaphor
Review: Standout Romanian producer makes a welcomed visit to the Rawax camp. The 'Metaphor EP' is a sublime example of superior primetime house music. 'The Wine Glass' is most optimal for dense crowds not worried about a little sweat and perhaps not enough foot space on the dancefloor. In fact, they love that! This is that kind of house music where you get happily drawn to the floor. 'Heal Dealer' adds a bit of acid and a beautiful underlying melody that is perfect for eyes closed listening moments. 'Doremi' is the ideal B-side as the deeper side to things, then the title track finishing off in style. Ali brings a great balance of techno and house to his sound. Rawax puts out a lot of music it seems like and when it's of this calibre, we just say bring us more!
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Tags: Tech House
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Drama Chord
Cat: RAWAX 0222. Rel: 04 Mar 22
 
Techno
Drama Chord (5:42)
Drama Chord (John Beltran remix) (5:54)
Drama Chord (Exos remix) (6:06)
Aetherius (6:19)
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Percussion Obsessions
Cat: RXRT 02.
 
Electro House
Percussion Obsession (Back To Basics Trucker mix)
Percussion Obsession (Ralph Lawson dub)
Percussion Obsession (Nostalgia mix)
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Drugs EP
Drugs EP (limited 12")
Cat: RAWAX 019LTD. Rel: 19 Apr 21
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Drugs (6:42)
How Deep (6:43)
Love At First Sight (Micro Q) (6:37)
Drums Talk (6:55)
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Area
Area (12")
Cat: RWX 09. Rel: 30 Oct 20
 
Techno
Planeters - "Area" (6:46)
Saverio Celestri - "Entrance" (6:19)
Saverio Celestri - "Sintesi" (6:34)
Review: Teased right at the start of the year, keen ears have been awaiting this collaboration between Imprints boss-man Riccardo and Slow Life soldier Saverio Celestri since the summer. Now, fresh from quarantine, the stunning 'Area' is all yours. Bubbling electro breaks with added steel drum charm and harmonies from heaven, it's an outer planetary first smash from Planeters. Flip for two solo pieces from Saverio; the dark alley arpeggio and moody jacks of 'Entrance' and the widescreen electro / radioactive bounce of 'Sintesi'. Bumping.

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As If EP
As If EP (12")
Cat: RWX 020. Rel: 08 Sep 23
 
Techno
Pico
Signing Arcs
Get Buck
As If
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Addio EP
Addio EP (12")
Cat: HOV 016.
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Addio
Therm
Therm (Prins Thomas remix)
Addio (Shayde remix)
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Walking Into Mirrors EP
Cat: RWX 022. Rel: 12 Mar 24
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Walking Into Mirrors (6:47)
Planet Arium (7:53)
Chapter 16 - Remember To Go Home (9:55)
Review: Sakro's sound has always been expertly designed a perfect blend of form and function. Now in collaboration with Max Jacobson the same can still be said on the evidence of this new three-track offering on Germany's constantly excellent Raw imprint. It kicks off with 'Walking Into Mirrors' which is a full-throttle tech house cut with nice rubbery kicks and busy melodic patterns swirling about the mix. 'Planet Arium' sinks into a deeper, more heady atmosphere with the kicks still driving but the synth work here is more muted and late night. 'Chapter 16 - Remember To Go Home' is an almost ten minute B-side trip to the stars.
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Real (reissue)
Cat: RXJS 01RE. Rel: 03 Jul 23
 
Techno
Real (9:36)
Sliders (5:47)
Wraecca (6:52)
Review: Rawax first released John Selway's Real EP back in 2020. It has aged well and is still an in-demand 12" following the sell-out of its first run. As such the German label reissues it now just as it was the first time around. The title cut is a tribal and chunky house number with thumping drums offset but tender and barely-there whispers. 'Sliders' is a twitchy technoid stomper with a sleazy vibe and the urgent, hurried grooves continue through 'Wraecca', this time overlaid with swirling solar winds and busy synth modulations. Proper tackle.
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Ritm Timpan EP
Cat: RWX 01. Rel: 20 Aug 18
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Nilut (10:25)
Tevoim (11:58)
Review: Romanian export Teo Bejdechi AKA Sepp has barely put a foot wrong since making his vinyl debut six years ago. Along the way, he's impressed via a series of atmospheric EPs for such labels as Uvar, Bleu Cel and, most recently, Pleasure Zone. Here he makes his first appearance on Rawax, serving up two cuts that notably veer away from his minimalist house and techno past. A-side "Nilut", for example, boasts an altogether chunkier and bolder groove than you'd perhaps expect, with his usual trippy effects and micro-edited samples being accompanied by shimmering synthesizer lead lines and starry electronics. B-side "Tevoim" is even more melodious and synthesizer-heavy, with Bejdechi wrapping blissful lead lines and jaunty electronic riffs around a rolling drum machine rhythm.
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Parallels EP
Parallels EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: RAWAX 028. Rel: 17 Feb 22
 
Techno
Priorities (5:46)
Parallels (6:52)
Cartridge (7:31)
Cause (6:51)
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Funny Money
Cat: RSO 03. Rel: 07 Dec 22
 
Techno
Spit Roast (7:57)
Game On (7:13)
Snatch (6:21)
Review: T.A.C. was a collaboration between John Beer and Chris McCormack, the latter being a prolific techno producer throughout the early 2000s under aliases such as UK Gold. This was their only release at the turn of the millennium, on Steve O'Sullivan's Mosaic imprint, reissued here on Frankfurt's Rawax. There's groovy UK tech house reminiscent of the early noughties on A-side cut 'Spit Roast', while over on the flip the minimal funk of 'Game On' is reminiscent of early Daniel Bell, plus there's the funky tribal groove of 'Snatch'.
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The Calling (reissue)
Cat: RJB 01. Rel: 01 Dec 17
 
Techno
The Calling (5:11)
Eyes Of The Mind (5:34)
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Nordhorn
Nordhorn (12")
Cat: RV 02. Rel: 22 Jul 24
 
Techno
Why Did I Love My Wife
Nordhorn
Frank & Hennes
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Lost Language EP
Cat: RAWAX 021LTD. Rel: 24 Nov 22
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Lost Language (7:57)
Keep The Peace (7:08)
Fable (7:05)
Review: Rawax lock in a new one from TIJN that adds three more functional but fresh house tracks to their already estimable catalogue. This one kicks off with the silky and seductive, bendy and elastic neon synth sounds of 'Lost Language' which has rock solid drums bringing the drive. 'Keep The Peace' is a fresh one with upright drums that bring a militant march as molten melodic colours are dripped in from above. 'Fable' then spins out on trippy synths and wispy motifs that are perfect for the more intimate afters out there.
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Rawax Aira Series Vol 2
Cat: AIRA 002. Rel: 18 Sep 15
 
Deep House
Deep In The Stars (8:00)
Rock The Box (8:20)
Review: There's a delicious simplicity to the concept behind Rawax's Aira series, which involves much-lauded producers creating new tracks entirely using Roland's retro-futurist equipment series of the same name. Given Ron Trent's association with the machines the series was inspired by - TR-909, TB-303 etc. - he was clearly an obvious choice to get involved. As usual, he's conjured up some classically melodious, evocative and emotion-rich material. "Deep In The Stars" sees him in late '80s/early '90s deep house mode, with twittering melodies and ocean-deep pads wrapping themselves around a decidedly tactile groove. "Rock The Box" is typically expansive, with robotic vocals and a whisper of electro amongst the sweeping chords and intricate synthesizer motifs.
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Untitled Dubs
Untitled Dubs (hand-stamped translucent blue vinyl 12")
Cat: RAWAX 001. Rel: 12 Aug 11
 
Deep House
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
Track 4
Track 5
Review: A new imprint arises from mainland Europe in the shape of the mysterious Rawax with the debut twelve presenting a quartet of Untitled Tracks from Siberian producer Unbroken Dubs. Given the mood present throughout and the location of the producer, obvious parallels can be drawn with the excellent output from Ethereal Sounds, and that should be recommendation enough for people to investigate. Should you require further enticement, this release opens with wormhole traversing rhythms cutting through the sonic ether, though distant chord embellishments add a touch of warmth to the slightly alien tones that circulate constantly. The subsequent two tracks continue in this manner as Unbroken Dubs seeks to flush the stripped down patterns of drums and fuzzed out bass in ever increasing expanses of sonic dust. It's the final track where a more apparent sense of urgency is introduced as the Siberian lays down a tropical shower of percussion over intrusive chords.
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