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Cat: RELATIVE 009. Rel: 19 Dec 12
Techno
  1. Points Of View
  2. House Ride
  3. Euryhmic
  4. Transit
Review: It's always refreshing to hear techno where you know the producer has gone into the studio with the attitude of "I don't give a fuck". That seems to be exactly the case with EMG's Point Of View EP on Relative - the labels ninth release. The title track says it all as a fuzzed out bassline and electronic drones rise like a toxic river only to subside. "House Ride" employs an assortment of cut up vocals and lo-fi field recordings before giving way to an italo synth line. "Euryhmic" jumps back on the industrial tip as hissing pistons and warehouse reverb freely wander around a structured four-four beat. Repetitive loops are arranged effectively in "Transit" for a convoluted piece of beat down house.
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Cat: PG/RTV 005. Rel: 22 Apr 19
Deep House
  1. Mr G - "Radio In The Kitchen" (6:30)
  2. Vinalog - "Mad Disco" (6:35)
  3. Vinalog - "Track 3" (bonus track) (6:33)
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Cat: RTV 012. Rel: 07 Apr 14
Deep House
  1. Dirty Disco
  2. Re Funked
  3. Madman Groove
  4. Raw Twist
Review: No matter how often you check in on the Relative label, you know you'll be rewarded with some quality DJ tools and this is certainly the case with their first release of the year. At the helm is John Swing, responsible for some of the Juno office's favourite Relative releases - "Rolling" from 2011 still blows minds - and this Dusty Dancing 12" pretty much lives up to it's name. Fragments of disco DNA are fed through Swing's hardware on opening track "Dirty Disco" with a central disco loop subjected to all manner of delay and EQ tweaking, whilst "Re Funked" applies a similar method to a low slung guitar riff. Interestingly, Swing changes tack on the flip, with "Madman Groove" a frantic exercise in percussion heavy cut up house whilst "Raw Twist" bangs hard!
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Cat: RTV 005. Rel: 08 Mar 11
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. The Live Experience
  2. A Bit Of Jazz
  3. Rollin'
Review: Relative number five arrives with the ever excellently named John Swing at the helm for his first solo endeavour, delivering three diverse tracks that will delight all you Livejam freaks. Head straight for the A Side "The Live Experience", a rough analogue jackathon that's prepped with the best break since Bakey USTL's schizoid "A Tender Place". As you'd expect "A Bit Of Jazz" is built around a horn sample, but it resides deep in the mix, sounds kind of desperate and is engulfed by crisp 808 rhythms and off kilter vocal harmonies. Switching up the approach again, "Rollin" twists inside out as it progresses, commencing with a huge throbbing bass drum which constantly trades places in front of your face with an expansive rattling rhythmic rollercoaster of percussion - epic techno sounds!
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Unreleased House Dubs Vol 2 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: RTV 021. Rel: 22 Jun 18
Deep House
  1. Desire (7:18)
  2. I Say House (6:51)
  3. I Like It (6:04)
  4. Keep Moovin (7:26)
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Cat: RTV 014. Rel: 13 Feb 15
Deep House
  1. I'm Here
  2. Build It Up
  3. Groovin' Jazz
  4. Run Out Jam
Review: With a title like Dutty Grooves, you'd expect the resultant EP to be packed with the kind of sweaty, raw and, well, dirty material that makes you want to dance on tables in various states of undress. Predictably, that's exactly what John Swing provides on this excellent EP for the Relative label he co-runs with sometime studio pal EMG. While there is a deeper, loopier track included (closer "Run Out Jam"), it's the surging, balls-out material that really hits the spot. Top of the class is probably the bumpin' basement jam "I'm Here", though the throbbing dirty disco-house cut-up "Build It Up" is similarly big.
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Get Rhythm (12")
Cat: RTV 016. Rel: 01 Mar 16
Deep House
  1. Get Rhythm (original mix) (7:55)
  2. Get Rhythm (Arp mix) (5:34)
  3. Get Rhythm (Tap-A-Conga mix) (8:25)
  4. Get Rhythm (other version) (6:09)
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Cat: RTV 017. Rel: 01 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. House Whishes (7:16)
  2. Old Vibe (5:18)
  3. Track 3 (6:59)
  4. Woo! Yeah! (5:06)
Review: There are few artists laying down some true house vibes these days. Those that do are prone to following passing trends, while everybody else mashes other genres into the mix. John Swing is one such producer who has always kept it real, since day one of his excellent Relative label. Together with like-minded house and techno purist, EMG, the dup have built a sublime label from the ground up, and we await each one of their new releases with excitement and intrigue. Swing appears solo this time, along with four magnificent house warmers that showcase his trademark sound, and that sound as if they couldn't possibly have been made by anyone else. Take your pick from these four tunes, as each one is better than the last; but, most importantly, don't come complaining to us when you can't find decent house music out there, because this is it. Highly recommended.
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Relative 3 (12")
Cat: RELATIVE 003. Rel: 22 Sep 10
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. John Swing - "Play Records"
  2. John Swing - "Always At Night"
  3. EMG - "Together"
Review: Spanish producer Boris Divider grew up on a diet of electro and hip-hop, and this 12" on Semantica showcases his uncanny ability to merge these sensibilities with dark, dubby techno. The title track has a vintage electro edge to it, something that would make the perfect soundtrack to a 2010 remake of Alphaville or Blade Runner. Divider creates a sense of unease, luring you in with wonderfully sequenced cuts of machine funk, utterly inhuman and endlessly intriguing. Of the three tracks on the B-Side, our favourite has to be "Genoma (Recloned)", which kicks along at a sludgey hip-hop tempo.
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Played by: Ksoul, Deymare
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Keep It Up (12")
Cat: RELATIVE 013. Rel: 21 Oct 14
Deep House
  1. John Swing - "Keep It Up"
  2. EMG - "Good Inside"
Review: The number 13 proves lucky for the Relative crew here as label regulars John Swing and EMG share sides on a raw and ready house 12" primed for deployment in basements and warehouses. Up top Mr Swing conjures the spirit of Ron Hardy on "Keep It Up", digging out ghostly remnants of disco tracks of days gone by and setting them thick within a rugged house groove that just demands turntable attention. It's much a similar vibe from EMG on the flip with "Good Inside" dominated by a tearing array of drum sounds and a great vocal hook. Word on the tweet is EMG has a record forthcoming on Will Bankhead's The Trilogy Tapes too!
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Cat: RTV 020. Rel: 15 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. Private Affair (7:04)
  2. Free Time Groove (6:39)
  3. Snowboarding (7:07)
  4. Frisbee In The Alley (6:06)
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Cat: RTV 001.1. Rel: 07 Jul 15
Deep House
  1. John Swing - "Funky Scratch" (6:03)
  2. John Swing - "Back Again" (bonus track) (5:28)
  3. EMG - "The Secret Village" (6:55)
  4. Vinalog - "Rework" (4:26)
Review: Relative and Live Jam main men John Swing and EMG originally appeared with these dry, sampled and unashamedly analogue basement jams in 2011 and the rest is history. Swing's "Funky Scratch" is a paranoid, late night jam where said vinyl scratches over a tough beat and dark atmosphere make for a true career highlight. "Back Again" replaces "Space Jam" of the original version where a funky break and smooth piano accompany what could be Michael Jackson samples. EMG gets harsh and noisy on "The Secret Village" and finally the two collaborate as Vinalog on this tough, stripped back hard house stomper. Your second chance to own a modern classic.
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Frames (12")
Cat: REL 010. Rel: 06 Apr 13
Techno
  1. Truck
  2. Sediments
  3. Acid Choice
  4. At The Warehouse
Review: Yes! John Swing and EMG re-engage on the Vinalog project with perhaps the finest Relative transmission to date. There are definite elements of chaos at play on lead cut "Truck" which staggers unrelentingly forward, powered by a growling bassline and rugged, staggering drums before a hellish array of ghostly voices mesh together and send the production into meltdown in a manner that will appeal greatly to Blawan. Alongside it "Sediments" feels caked in dirt from the off, with scraggly white noise trying to drag the thumping beat beneath but failing as an army of extra drums appear and crush your senses. Cruddy lysergic elements ripple menacingly in the lower reaches of the "Acid Choice" tool whilst "At The Warehouse" is a suitably industrial sounding exercise in groggy techno replete with slurred vocal samples.
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Cat: RTV 019. Rel: 23 Feb 18
Deep House
  1. Tape Mix 1 (7:03)
  2. Tape Mix 2 (6:58)
  3. London Cassette Mix (7:20)
Played by: Ben Sims, M50
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Cat: RTV 015. Rel: 16 Oct 15
Deep House
  1. Addiction (9:59)
  2. Addiction (disco 12" unreleased mix) (6:45)
  3. Back To The Front (6:33)
Review: Vinalog as we all know by now are Relative head EMG and LiveJam main man John Swing. Known for their tough, dusty, machine driven house excursions and this is more of the same quality you've come to know them for. The ten minute long epic that is "Addiction" has a rusty, cracking rhythm with the right kind of shuffle which is so infectious, but wait until that sick acid sound comes creeping in. The "Disco 12" unreleased mix" is pretty damn good too; a deep and sexy late night jam with the right amount of funk and melancholic soul to boot! On the flip "Back To The Front" gets a bit tougher with its dark, steely groove. A gnarly bassline carries a seriously hissing analogue rhythm and some jagged sampling so typical of John Swing.
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Relative 2 (12")
Cat: RELATIVE 002. Rel: 20 Oct 10
Techno
  1. Military Field
  2. The Do Trip
  3. Another Experience
  4. Smash The Keypad
Played by: Photonz, Ksoul, Fer BR
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Flashbacks (12")
Cat: RTV 018. Rel: 01 Dec 16
Deep House
  1. Flashback (main mix) (8:16)
  2. Flashback (short mix) (5:12)
  3. Recall 97 (7:00)
  4. Redub 97 (7:59)
Review: EMG and John Swing's Relative label is undoubtedly pushing the very best house around these days. With five years of perseverance, the duo have been able to transform their imprint into a recognisable name, with minimal promotion and hype chatter; instead, their sound has done the talking for them, and it has become one that we eagerly await with the launch of each new single. Vinalog is their collaborative project, one which sees them blur the lines between house and techno, and what is possibly our favourite moniker from the Relative / Livejam camp. There's a short and long mix to "Flashback", a beat-heavy number back by deep, cavernous synths synths and their inimitable analogue flex; a particular aesthetic which prefers to focus on quality rather than mere distortion. Over on the flip, "Recall 97" is more of a UK affair, propelled into motion by a wobbling bassline and some intricate semi-breaks, leaving the "Redub 97" to dissolve the beats and focus more heavily on the bass tones. Warmly recommended, as per usual.
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Played by: Nicky Soft Touch
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