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How The Dogs Chill Vol 2
Cat: RB 125. Rel: 26 Sep 23
 
Deep House
Seasonal (5:42)
Linea Rossa (4:34)
Winter (5:31)
Marathon (5:31)
 in stock $14.29
Running Back Mastermix: Wild Pitch Club Part II/II
ATA / ND BAUMECKER / VARIOUS
Running Back Mastermix: Wild Pitch Club Part II/II (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: RBWPC LP2. Rel: 03 Mar 23
 
Deep House
Papermusic Issue One - "Downtime" (10:18)
Louie Balo - "Don't Shut Me Out" (6:22)
KGB - "Detroit 909" (4:44)
Jovonn - "Better Love" (feat Krystine) (4:52)
Wam Kidz - "In Love Again" (6:15)
Kings Of Tomorrow - "I Hear My Calling" (feat Sean Grant) (6:18)
Free Energy - "Happiness" (7:41)
Omegaman - "Into The AM" (6:18)
Presence - "How To Live" (2022 remaster) (9:16)
Review: Wild Pitch Club is next up in the excellent and ling running Running Back Mastermix series. It's a legendary space that has very much defined the Frankfurt and wider german scene and was also something of a predecessor venue to the new well-loved Robert Johnson. That club was itself a place where Panorama Bar's very own nd_baumecker really made waves and it is they alongside co-founder Ata who have curated these tunes. The venue was hooked on the US sounds and often hosted the likes of Robert Hood and Claude Young to Kerri Chandler all of which shows in the sounds of the tunes.
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Played by: Lello Di Franco
 in stock $33.35
Mind Eclipse EP
Cat: RB 110. Rel: 22 Jun 22
 
Deep House
Mind Eclipse (Trancehouzztool) (5:39)
HG (6:49)
Phoenix (5:58)
The Shore (808 mix) (6:15)
Review: Described by Running Back boss Gerd Janson as "studies in the transformation of emotional states" and inspired by the music of his youth, Deetron's latest EP is a wholehearted, saucer-eyed riff on music of the rave era, given his usual 21st century twist. He begins in confident fashion with 'Mind Eclipse (TranceHouzz Tool)', cannily manipulating waves of hypnotic electronics and glassy-eyed synthesizer riffs atop a sturdy house beat, before joining the dots between bleep techno, jacking house and vintage Alter Ego on 'HG'. Over on the flip, 'Phoenix' is a locked-in chunk of rolling techno/trance fusion, while 'The Shore (808 Mix)' is a gorgeous exercise in rushing, retro-futurist deep house bliss that will have the hairs on the back of your attention standing to attention.
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Played by: CHEAPEDITS
 in stock $11.64
Back To Haus
Cat: RB 116. Rel: 05 May 23
 
Deep House
Haus It Going (6:19)
Warehaus (5:00)
4th Floor (3:34)
Chicagostrasse (5:13)
Empty Warehaus (5:41)
Review: Remember Digitalism? The German duo formed in Hamburg in 2004 and in the years after Jens "Jence" Moelle and Ismail "Isi" Tufekci went on to make dance music that people rocked to. It came as part of the high energy and highly textured blog house scene but leaned more on electro and made them main stage festival favs who made an entry into the DJ-kicks mix series and plenty of epic tunes. Well now after three years out they return to Running Back - the last label they appeared on in 2020 - for some more raved-up electro bangers.
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Life Signs Remixes
Cat: RB 104. Rel: 03 Feb 22
 
Deep House
Static (Cinthie remix) (6:23)
Fridge (KiNK remix) (6:33)
Lea Valley (Rumu remix) (4:49)
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Life Signs Vol 3
Cat: RB 124. Rel: 17 Oct 23
 
Deep House
Wildfire (5:36)
Tea Cake (5:11)
High (4:17)
Hawthorn (5:59)
Review: Dusky enjoy lofty status in the UK underground after many years of putting out streams of assured deep-house goodness. They have done so on plenty of well-regarded labels and now return to Gerd Jansen's mighty fine Running Back for Life Signs Vol 3. Opener 'Wildfire' is a fizzy one with intense synth lines layered up next to ambient pads and dreamy vocal mutterings that all make for a fine post-rave comedown. 'Tea Cake' also harks back to the 90s with a dusty breakbeat rhythm powered by a fat bassline and twinkling keys. Flipside jam 'High' brings piano energy and 'Hawthorn' has an old school Chicago feel. Dusky cover plenty of ground in good fashion here.
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Played by: Evan Michael
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Acid Sampler
Cat: RB ACIDEP1. Rel: 14 Mar 23
 
Minimal House/Tech House
DVS1 - "Lower Wacker Drive" (6:25)
I:Cube - "Folie Noire" (5:48)
Marko East & Jordi Chu - "Go Kart" (4:25)
Like A Tim - "Wonderline 1" (Prins Thomas Diskomiks) (5:45)
Katerina - "Meet Chu In My Dreams" (5:44)
Review: With acid sounds once again being all the rage, Running Back has decided to launch a new series featuring previously unreleased, TB-303-heavy cuts. The versatility of the machine - which, after all, was initially designed to create basslines - comes to the fore across the EP, from the throbbing, acid bass-propelled techno-jack of DVS1's 'Lower Wacker Drive' and the low-tempo early morning creepiness of I:Cube's 'Folie Noire', to the excitable acid house funkiness of 'Go Kart' by Marko East and Jordi Chu's, and the colourful dreaminess of 'Meet Chu In My Dreams'. Best of all though is Prins Thomas's remix of Like a Tim's 'Wonderline 1', whose TB-303 squelches ride a cowbell-rich disco-not-disco groove rich in the Norwegian's usual loose-limbed, live-sounding drums.
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Retropolis Vol 01
Cat: RB 112. Rel: 21 Oct 22
 
Deep House
Retropolis (6:33)
Faster (6:24)
Juno Ninja (5:25)
CS-80 (5:45)
Review: Eagles & Butterflies has had plenty of notable tunes over the years. No doubt that is why he gets the nod from Gerd Jansen's legendary Running back label to offer up Retropolis Vol 01. It is a four-track EP that shows off the producer's well-realised sounds. The title track is the real standout - 'Retropolis' brings electro-styled synth work with brilliantly future retro euro-disco energy. It's packed with hints of Italo and is sure to light up any club scene. Says the producer of the EP, "Retropolis is the past meets the future. I love influences and technology from the past and making music that sounds like it could be from a time yet to arrive." Mission accomplished.
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Played by: Rave Energy
 in stock $12.44
Immer Remixes
Cat: RB 12312. Rel: 20 Feb 24
 
Disco/Re-Edits
Narciss (Venice remix) (5:37)
Cinthie (remix) (6:12)
Curses (remix) (4:33)
Narciss (Salford remix) (3:22)
Kid Simius (Bolero remix) (5:27)
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Sarcosuco
Sarcosuco (limited 12")
Cat: RB 122. Rel: 29 Nov 23
 
Deep House
Sarcosuco (7:14)
Dimetrodonte (7:04)
Diplodoco (6:12)
Gastonia (6:45)
Review: Italian producer Fango has been busily building up his own sound world via his Degustibus Music label, but now he makes a strident move into the wider world with this outstanding record for Running Back. The authoritative tech house label knows its onions, and you can tell why they were drawn to these distinctive, inventive twists on the formula. 'Dimetrodonte' in particular is the kind of freaky workout which will get people paying close attention thanks to some artful vocal sample juggling, while there's some subtly anthemic joy to be felt in the likes of 'Diplodoco' which once again finds original ways to express classic ideas in the tech house tradition.
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Tags: Minimal
 in stock $15.35
Eating Darkness
Eating Darkness (140 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: RBLP 15. Rel: 12 May 21
 
Deep House
Magic Briefcase (4:20)
Chemicals (5:16)
Wow (5:26)
Jocks & Freaks (4:14)
The Best Is Yet To Come (4:14)
Cluttered Homes (4:58)
Eternal (3:40)
Locked (5:00)
Charles (2:19)
Review: Roman Flugel is back with his seventh full length titled Eating Darkness. The nine tracks were created during the coronavirus lockdown of 2020, and are testament to the Frankfurt legend's penchant for mixing elements of pop with sounds of the underground - a scene he has been affiliated with since the early '90s. A variety of moods and grooves are all delivered in his idiosyncratic style: from the woozy and broken slow burner 'Chemicals', to the majestic and spellbinding dancefloor drama of 'Wow' or the raw hardware acid jack of 'Jocks And Freaks' which harks to his days as Alter Ego. Elsewhere, there's the heartfelt and bittersweet ambient house of 'Cluttered Homes' and the downbeat bliss of closing epic 'Charles'.
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 in stock $23.82
Mega
Mega (12")
Cat: RB 105. Rel: 17 Feb 22
 
Techno
Mega (6:59)
Rules (4:51)
Film 1 (5:27)
Film 2 (4:53)
Film 3 (5:00)
 in stock $8.99
QAM EP
QAM EP (12")
Cat: RB 109. Rel: 06 Jun 22
 
Minimal House/Tech House
FEZ (6:56)
QAM (5:52)
SEZ (6:29)
TSC (6:36)
Review: After a break of two long years, tech-house scene stalwart Sascha Funke has finally delivered a new EP of typically atmospheric, on-point music. It's his first outing for Running Back after years spent flitting between BPitch Control, Multi-Culti and Endless Flight. Interestingly, what's on offer is more retro-futurist in tone than much of his work, with audible nods to vintage electronic disco, early 2000s nu-disco (think Morgan Geist) and tactile '90s deep house. Our picks of a very strong bunch are rubbery, morse code-sporting nu-disco-goes-bleep house number 'QAM', moody analogue deep house treat 'SEZ', whose creepy chords and spacey sonics are undeniably alluring, and ultra-melodious, Italo-disco-influenced opener 'FEZ'.
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Halle Weissensee
Cat: RB 127. Rel: 04 Apr 24
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Reality (5:16)
Fantasy (6:37)
Puzzle (6:22)
Halle Weissensee (5:51)
Review: Sascha Funke is a long time master of the deep who arrives on the always tastefully diverse Running Back label headed up so expertly by Gerd Janson. He brings a slightly different look here with the wonky, twitchy and tech infused rhythmic stomp of 'Reality'. There is more melody on display on 'Fantasy' with its ever rising synth loops glowing bright with a celestial hue and on the flip-side 'Puzzle' pairs some subtly joyous piano chord stabs over prickly disco-tech beats with molten arps underneath. 'Halle Weissensee' then closes down with a nice stiff and rave ready house sound, snappy beats and tight bass.
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FORTHCOMING
Dance Of Enjoyment
Cat: RB 131. Rel: 21 Jun 24
 
Deep House
Dance Of Enjoyment
Let The Music Take Control
Let The Music Take Control (DJ Tool)
Change Of Heart
Digital Illusion
Digital Illusion (bonus beats)
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Surprise
Surprise (limited double 12")
Cat: RBDC 11. Rel: 28 Apr 23
 
Deep House
Surprise (5:25)
Surprise (Isolee remix) (7:13)
Surprise (Fake Jazz mix) (12:12)
Surprise (Holy Bassline mix) (9:26)
Surprise (Losoul remix) (9:18)
Review: Second time around for one of German house music's most significant releases. Recorded in 1995 and released as the first record on the now legendary Playhouse imprint 'Surprise' is a killer chunk of First Choice-sampling mid-90s, NYC style garage-house/deep house fusion produced by Alter Ego under the alternative Holy Garage alias. This expanded reissue on Running Back bundles the pair's original version with a quartet of reworks, most of which first surfaced in 1996. There's a pleasingly low-slung, off-kilter deep house rework from a then-young Isolee, the snappy, vibraphone solo-sporting 'Fake Jazz Mix', the bleeping, trance-inducing, acid-laden peak-time hedonism of the 'Holy Bassline Mix', and a deep, dusty and pleasingly percussive revision from future Playhouse hero LoSoul.
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Get To Know You EP
Cat: RB 119. Rel: 15 Aug 23
 
Deep House
Get To Know You (6:48)
Marsu (The Cat) (6:17)
Alone In Paris (2:36)
Time Machine (6:40)
Cats Of Yavorov (5:33)
Rain In Her Eyes (3:23)
Review: Katerina's debut EP for Running Back draws on both aspects of her background living in Helsinki and Sofia. She is a singer-songwriter and producer who mixes up her ethereal vocals and melodies that really tug at the heart strings with plenty of catchy hooks. 'Get To Know You' is a perfect pop-dance fusion with depth and steamy vocals. 'Marsu (The Cat)' is swathed in misty-eye pads and warm nostalgia, and 'Alone In Paris' is bedroom pop with a lo-fi vapourware sheen. There are more club ready cuts like the deep house thud of 'Time Machine' and zoned out melodies of 'Cats Of Yavorov' before closer 'Rain In Her Eyes' is a rueful and introspective ambient piece.
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Automat Kingsland EP
Cat: RB 118. Rel: 25 May 23
 
Deep House
Endeavour (6:10)
Americana (6:41)
Tokyo Flower (6:32)
Excelerator (6:50)
Review: You always know what you are going to get with Running Back - and we mean that in terms of quality rather than any one particular musical style. Gerd Janson's label does what it wants but never fails to set the floor alight. Here it is Krystal Kevlar who brings his own brand of main room house. Like so much stuff right now, 'Endeavour' has a 90s bent with its sweeping chord sequences before 'Americana' takes you on a deeper and more undulating groove. 'Tokyo Flower' is a festival tune for hands-in-the-air moments and 'Excelerator' then sinks down into more trippy techno territory.
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RB 128
RB 128 (12")
Cat: RB 128. Rel: 16 May 24
 
Deep House
Entity
Typhoon
Love Is All I Need
Rampage
Review: The Running Back label welcomes that much loved dance floor hit maker Krystal Klear for more of his impossibly catchy house grooves. This latest EP opens with some Ibiza at the turn of the millennium trance chords layered over potent drums. 'Typhoon' is another one that sounds like it could have been made by Chicane with its pure synth waves and driving, uplifting drums. Kevin and Perry themselves would indeed go large to 'Love Is All I Need' with its waves of euphoric piano energy and 'Rampage' then brings things down for when the sun has set and the vibes get more dark and moody.
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Cyclone Days
Cat: RBLP 17. Rel: 09 Sep 22
 
Deep House
Somebody (with Dena) (5:33)
Somebody (instrumental) (6:18)
Resonancer (5:58)
Exterminate (5:46)
Friends (4:06)
Cyclone Days (4:23)
Neway (5:44)
Review: Long time German electronic innovator is back on Running Back with a very welcome new mini-LP, Cyclone Days. The Frankfurt man mixes up his usual influences - indie-dance, Italo, power pop and house - into fresh and colourful new sounds. Melody rules OK across these cuts as they take in vocal gems and instrumental beats with lottos joyfulness along the way. 'Somebody' with Dena is a standout and timeless anthem for any dance floor, then 'Resonancer' has a retro-future disco-house vibe and 'Friends' is so perfectly pleasing it cannot fail to make you smile.
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One Swallow Doesn't Make A Summer Part 6
Llewellyn - "For The Weekend" (6:15)
Stereocalypse - "Mad Theory" (6:24)
Zillas On Acid - "Pleatherhead" (6:29)
Storken & Hammer - "Marabou" (5:54)
Ede - "Radius" (6:03)
Senor Chugger & Count Van Delicious - "Mickeys Vegan Fillet" (5:55)
Review: Numbers hold the key to unlock the universe. So, a six-pack can either consist of six bottles of beer, very well developed stomach muscles or in our case: a string of smash hits. To take it even further, it's exactly six tracks for the sixth part of the VA-series that is One Swallow Doesn't Make A Summer. Hit men include friends new and old: Llewellyn, Stereocalypse, Zillas On Acid, Storken & Hammer, Ede, SeNor Chugger & Count Van Delicious. The pace is cool and hot at the same time. Rave signals by Ede foil the nouveau disco by Stereocalypse or Storken & Hammer, Llewellyn does a classic house piano hop, Zilles On Acid deliver mid-tempo acid, and last, but not least, SeNor Chugger & Count Van Delicious strike a delicious pose.
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 in stock $15.09
Open Door (remastered)
Cat: RBDC 08. Rel: 08 Nov 22
 
Deep House
Open Door (11:32)
00000000 (18:44)
Open Door (Theo Parrish Behind Closed Doors remix) (10:16)
D1 (8:10)
Open Door (Gerd remix) (8:53)
Review: Back in 1996, Losoul's first outing on the now legendary Playhouse label caused such a stir across Europe and the U.S that it ended up being licensed and reissued - with additional reworks - by labels in Detroit and the Netherlands. This double-pack from Running Back brings together Losoul's original mix - a loopy, is-it-house-or-is-it-techno loop jam that cannily builds in intensity over the course of 11 and a half minutes - and two of the smartest revisions: Theo Parrish's mesmerising, deep and hypnotic revision (one of his best, we'd argue) and Dutch producer Gerd's jazzy, warm and sub-heavy shuffler. Also included is original B-side '00000000', a fine slab of minimal house hypnotism, and the previously unreleased 'D1', a more laidback and stripped-back disco-house loop jam.
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 in stock $21.52
Keep Looking Where The Light Comes From
Cat: RBINC 010LP. Rel: 22 Nov 23
 
Balearic/Downtempo
Feathers (7:10)
I Can Only Repeat Your Love (3:44)
Flat Stones (3:10)
Valovola (3:07)
Ages (3:32)
The Wide House (2:57)
Dove Done Come (1:33)
Blank Sheep (5:25)
There Is A Hole Here (4:23)
Squid For A Day (2:41)
Bucolica (3:46)
Izzy Rob (1:18)
Review: Gerd Jansen's faultless Running Back is back with another of its hard-to-define but essential albums, Keep Looking Where The Light Comes From, this time from Panoram. It is a record that blurs the line between chaos and beauty, with fuzzy synths and improvised rhythms offering up some intriguing sound designs and unusual textures. There is a psychedelic feel to many of those, but so too a dream-like quality where barely-there melodies and half-remembered vocals drift in and out of earshot. Both maximal and minimal compositions feature with nods to ASMR pleasures and a mix of synthetic and acoustic sounds.

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Call Of The Void
Cat: RB 126. Rel: 07 Mar 24
 
Deep House
Playin' (5:25)
Bodies (5:36)
Feel This (4:24)
Call Of The Void (5:26)
Review: Gerd Janson's Running Back seemingly has no borders or boundaries when it come to the sort of music it will put out. Next up is Partiboi69 with Call of The Void, a zippy outing that kicks off with the psychoactive synth swirls and hurried beats of 'Playin'' while 'Bodies' is a sleazy and ghetto-tinged tech pumper with well-treated vocals and big old school piano chords that endlessly stab away. 'Feel This' brings a subtly celebratory mood with splashy cymbals and wispy cosmic pads darting about up top and 'Call Of The Void' shuts down with a deeper house sound but one still lit brightly by the astral pads.
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Acid Leak
Acid Leak (12")
Cat: RB 117. Rel: 12 Jun 23
 
Techno
Acid Leak (5:28)
Wing Wing (5:29)
Acid Flow (5:13)
Frantic (5:30)
Review: Since making his Running Back bow 12 years ago, Sebastien Kramer has periodically returned to Gerd Jansen's label to deliver EPs (and one memorable album). Acid Leak is his eighth release in total for the imprint, and as the title suggests makes extensive use of sounds created by the small-but-mighty TB-303. Kramer sets the tone with the title track, a triumphant blend of acid house and Detroit techno sounds featuring some classic, Underground Resistance style synth strings, before cannily combining rising and falling melodies, buzzing electronics and undulating acid lines on 'Wing Wing'. 'Acid Flow' is a more jacking, forthright and mind-mangling slab of breathless peak-time brilliance, while 'Frantic' sees the experienced German producer join the dots between sci-fi-powered excellence and tactile deepness.
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99
99 (cassette)
Cat: RBINC 009CS. Rel: 29 Apr 22
 
Balearic/Downtempo
Day 1 (3:01)
Day 2 (2:53)
Day 3 (2:50)
Day 4 (4:51)
Day 5 (5:58)
Day 6 (4:15)
Day 7 (2:35)
Day 8 (2:37)
Day 9 (4:06)
Day 10 (4:04)
Day 11 (3:03)
Played by: RADIO SLAVE
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Heart Times
Cat: RB 130. Rel: 16 Apr 24
 
Deep House
Baerhit (5:44)
Do You Like That? (4:55)
Breathe (4:35)
Want Me (5:06)
Distant City Tranceport (4:01)
Sometimes I Miss You (5:18)
Review: New to Running Back is the latest record from Raphael Schon, best known for his enduring hit 'Fiesta 2000'; here the Augsburger develops that track's sound with a similarly irreverent set of lub-dubs, six to be exact. Never once skipping a beat (don't panic, palpitators), the likes of 'Baerhit', 'Breathe' and 'Do You Like That' scour the recollective depths of a childhood spent ingesting Italo, house and electro-disco, albeit bringing a modern flair to the mix via warming pad cloaks and janky, intermittent lead synthetic daggers, all to back up the crucial 4x4. Despite its mood of joy, 'Heart Times' was conceived during a very emotionally turbulent time for Schon, owing to its later vocal beltings and emotional groundswells. Danke, Schon.
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Work It EP
Cat: RB 055. Rel: 05 Aug 15
 
Deep House
Work It (Piano mix) (6:03)
Bassline Party (original) (5:45)
Work It (Miami mix) (6:07)
Work It (Rave beats) (4:25)
Work It (padapella) (3:58)
Review: Few are better at saucer-eyed, rave revivalism than Victor Shan. He's made a habit of successfully doffing a cap to the early '90s, primarily via collaborations with Tuff City Kids and the booming Chord Memories 12" on Running Back. Here he's at it again, kicking off with a "Piano Mix" of "Work It" that sounds like a long lost collaboration between Inner City and Tyree Cooper. There's a more flustered, UK hardcore feel about "Bassline Party", even if it does contain a classic Chicago house bassline and a swinging, boompty style groove. Flip for a ghetto style "Miami Mix" of work it, plus a couple of handy DJ tools (the hip-house-goes-rave groove of the "Rave Beats" version being particularly potent).
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Run Tings EP
Cat: RBSHAN 03. Rel: 29 Aug 18
 
Deep House
Who Run Tings (5:54)
English Summer (6:52)
Awakenings (club mix) (6:28)
Take Me To The Top (6:38)
Review: Frankfurt producer Shan has enjoyed a long and productive friendship with Running Back Gerd Janson. To date, it has included a swathe of collaborative tracks and remixes, as well as regular solo releases on the label. Shan's latest EP for the imprint is naturally packed with playable material. Saucer-eyed, retro-futurist opener "Who Run Tings", for example, underpins jaunty, Inner City style stabs and piano riffs with corking, hip-house style breakbeats, while "Awakenings" offers a slightly more muscular, big room-friendly take on the turn-of-the-'90s piano house blueprint. Shan deviates further from the script on the Nu Groove style vintage deep house musicality of "English Summer" and deep '80s synth-pop-meets-deep house flex of closer "Take Me To The Top".
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FORTHCOMING
Can't Stop
Cat: RB 129. Rel: 05 Jul 24
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Can't Stop
Follow The Disco Ball
Can't Stop (dub)
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One Swallow Doesn't Make A Summer: Part 1
Cat: RB 0851. Rel: 25 Sep 19
 
Disco/Re-Edits
Storken - "Lille Vals" (6:22)
Alan Dixon - "Ambient Braindisk" (Drums mix) (5:49)
Zombies In Miami - "Panoramica" (6:36)
Hokaiido - "Talisman" (6:35)
Review: Bizarrely, Running Back boss Gerd Janson describes this multi-artist EP as "a sampler for a hypothetical mixtape". Perhaps he should make that imaginary mix a reality, because all four cuts are quality. Check first the throbbing and pulsating brilliance of Storken's "Lille Vals", which sounds like an Italo-disco obsessive's take on Bobby Orlando's mid-1980s work (with a little NYC freestyle thrown in) before donning your extra-special dancing shoes to shuffle along to Alan Dixon's new dancefloor "Drums Mix" of his synthesizer soundscape "Ambient Braindisk". Zombies In Miami deliver the goods on bleeping, synth-laden nu-disco throb-job "Panoramica", while Hokaiido's "Talisman" offers the perfect combination of delay-laden proto-house drums on steroids, bold freestyle bass and cheery synthesizer melodies.
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Played by: 80's Child
Tags: Nu Disco
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Ragysh
Ragysh (12")
Cat: RBCR-78. Rel: 13 Jul 18
 
Disco/Re-Edits
Untitled (1:51)
Ragysh (8:51)
Snooze 4 Love (8:06)
Bonysh (5:10)
Review: ** Running Back Repress for the Terje Fans **Terje Olsen doesn't release many records, but when he does they tend to be pretty special. This surprise EP for Running Back is his only his fifth original single in seven years, but it's arguably his best yet. "Ragysh" is devilishly simple, a naggingly hypnotic house/ electronic disco head-nodder that builds to a gasping climax of chic, intergalactic melodies. It's partnered by "Bonysh", a dubwise beats track that ekes maximum thrills from little more than ever-changing percussion. B-side "Snooze For Love" - available in dancefloor and downtempo versions - continues the stargazing theme, offering up an uber-Balearic mix of bleep melodies, dozy chords and sleepwalking percussion.
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Tags: Nu Disco
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