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Cat: TOKEN 87. Rel: 10 Oct 18
Techno
  1. Surrender (3:05)
  2. The Informant (5:37)
  3. Space Beacons (5:19)
  4. Mathematical Language (5:11)
  5. Visitors From The Stars (5:42)
  6. Sagan's Implication (3:04)
Review: 30drop debuts on Token with From Beyond The Unknown -- a six-track journey that evokes an excommunicative sense of splendor from the outer reaches of worlds beyond. Beginning with Surrender an immediacy pulsates from the outset and dances towards the playful exuberance of The Informant -- calibrating the gears for what frequencies are to be heard in the interim. Space Beacons delights with elegant pads and wry rhythmic evocations, while Mathematical Language bursts with energies that have been long dormant since the days of Jeff Mills' The Purpose Maker. In that same vein, Visitors From The Stars is an entropic message from above, seeking out a communicative line that's emotive and conductive -- leading towards the last track of this journey. Sagan's Implication is an adroit homage to the legendary astrophysicist; leaning into melodics that are both marvelous and mysterious all at once -- similar to finding the answers that lie above us. All in all, a journey that begins by looking past what's diegetic and looking for answers past the narrative presented.
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Tiger (12")
Cat: TOKEN 6. Rel: 09 Apr 08
Techno
  1. Tiger (original mix)
  2. Tiger (James Ruskin Blueprint mix)
out of stock $8.16
Cantor Dust (double 12")
Cat: TOKEN 53. Rel: 06 Jul 15
Techno
  1. Anna Livia (4:05)
  2. Enter (6:42)
  3. Prime Mover (6:08)
  4. Voltage (6:16)
  5. Artefakt (7:01)
  6. Astragral (5:38)
  7. Blue Note (7:32)
Review: Dust is Jeanson Antonin's debut release on Token and arguably it's his most impressive release to date. Kr!z label has given him a double pack format to work with and it allows him the platform to express himself. At either end of the release there are two beautiful soundscapes; "Anna Livia" bathes in sensuous textures, while "Blue Note" features slow-motion beats underpinning shimmering melodies. In stark contrast, "Neter", "Astragal" and "Artefact" are tough, metallic bangers that recall the distorted stomp of Joey Beltram and Jeff Mills. However, it isn't just a release of extremes and "Prime Mover" sees Antigone bring a house groove to his tough metallic production.
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Saudade EP (12")
Cat: TOKEN 59. Rel: 09 Mar 16
Techno
  1. Night Adrift (6:18)
  2. Hiraeth (6:31)
Review: French producer Jeanson Antonin aka Antigone represents the new wave of techno artists, and he has made his mark on labels like Token and Demented. Saudade is his follow up to his 2015 debut on Kr!z imprint and it showcases why he is held in high regard. "Night Adrift" is a tense, tough roller, its metallic drums precisely crafted. On the flip, he delivers "Hiraeth"; there, the rhythm is intricate yet also dense and robust, with a tonal bleep fading in and out of the arrangement and the listener captivated by the few elements that Antonin has seamlessly brought together to have such an impact.
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Cat: TOKEN 68. Rel: 30 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Static (6:13)
  2. Shadow Play (6:35)
  3. Walking Distance (6:50)
Review: Label-hopping techno stalwart Antigone won heaps of praise for both his first outing on Token, 2015's expansive Cantor Dust, and Aprl's follow-up, Saudade. Happily, we can confirm that it's business as usual for the Parisian on this third outing. There's a pleasingly no-nonsense feel about A-side "Static", a mid-set techno roller crafted from metallic percussion hits, relentless hi-hats, and similarly resonant lead lines. Flip to the B for the hushed, restless percussion, ghostly textures and icy effects of "Shadow Play", and the pleasingly psychedelic, late night wrongness of "Walking Distance". Pleasingly, the latter track gets progressively weirder and wilder as it rolls along.
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Rising (CD)
Cat: TOKEN 88CD. Rel: 19 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Rising
  2. Sands Of Time
  3. Perchance To Dream
  4. Lost & Found
  5. Out There
  6. Duality Of Mind
  7. It Follows
  8. Infinite Limit
  9. Dume
  10. Irreversible
  11. Love Field
Review: Despite becoming a serious force in the contemporary techno scene over the last seven years, Antonin Jeanson has never released an album. He's made plenty of killer 12" singles, but for one reason or another has never applied his trademark style to the long-playing format. It's perhaps a surprise then, that his debut album, "Rising", is a near perfect example of a modern techno album. There are quite a few atmospheric and ear-catching dancefloor workouts - see the bustling beats and creepy electronics of "Perchance To Dream", the dark throb of "Duality of Mind" and the slamming psych-techno of "It Follows" - but also more considered, left-of-centre trips into IDM, ambient techno and otherworldly ambient territory. It's these diversions that make the album such an entertaining and rewarding listen.
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Played by: Sanderson Dear
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Rising (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + CD)
Cat: TOKEN 88LP. Rel: 14 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Rising (5:38)
  2. Sands Of Time (5:59)
  3. Perchance To Dream (7:46)
  4. Lost & Found (5:48)
  5. Out There (3:34)
  6. Duality Of Mind (5:51)
  7. Infinite Limit (6:04)
  8. It Follows (6:46)
  9. Irreversible (2:09)
  10. Love Field (5:47)
  11. Rising
  12. Sands Of Time
  13. Perchance To Dream
  14. Lost & Found
  15. Out There
  16. Duality Of Mind
  17. It Follows
  18. Infinite Limit
  19. Dume
  20. Irreversible
  21. Love Field
Review: Despite becoming a serious force in the contemporary techno scene over the last seven years, Antonin Jeanson has never released an album. He's made plenty of killer 12" singles, but for one reason or another has never applied his trademark style to the long-playing format. It's perhaps a surprise then, that his debut album, "Rising", is a near perfect example of a modern techno album. There are quite a few atmospheric and ear-catching dancefloor workouts - see the bustling beats and creepy electronics of "Perchance To Dream", the dark throb of "Duality of Mind" and the slamming psych-techno of "It Follows" - but also more considered, left-of-centre trips into IDM, ambient techno and otherworldly ambient territory. It's these diversions that make the album such an entertaining and rewarding listen.
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Played by: Ben Sims
out of stock $23.48
Ostinato (12")
Cat: TOKEN 75. Rel: 07 Sep 17
Techno
  1. Ostinato I (6:38)
  2. Ostinato II (8:19)
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Cat: TOKEN 12. Rel: 09 Sep 09
Techno
  1. Thoughts & Emotions (original mix)
  2. Thoughts & Emotions (Inigo Kennedy remix)
  3. Thoughts & Emotions (Oscar Mulero remix)
  4. Thoughts & Emotions (Grovskopa remix)
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Totem EP (12")
Cat: TOKEN 81. Rel: 12 Apr 18
Techno
  1. Simenon (6:51)
  2. Cheerlead (7:36)
  3. Totem (7:17)
  4. Strattera (5:24)
Played by: Ben Sims
out of stock $8.94
Two (clear marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: TOKEN 29. Rel: 24 Apr 13
Techno
  1. Two (original mix)
  2. Two (Syntax Interpretation)
Review: Belgian label Token dip their toes in the reissue game with this marbled vinyl presentation of a Mark Broom cut from 2002. Originally released through the Coda offshoot of James Ruskin's Blue Print, "Two" apparently highest amongst Token boss Kr!z's personal favourite Mark Broom productions and the track still sounds immense some eleven years on. A classic example of Broom at his most relentlessly thumping, "Two" is given some contemporary context on the B Side with a Syntax remix whose spacious textures and brushed syncopation offer a more serene accompaniment. Broom's original also features alongside Xhin, Ben Klock and Surgeon on a forthcoming label compilation from Token
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Cat: TOKEN 26. Rel: 28 Nov 12
Techno
  1. Evident Mechanics
  2. Limited Competition
  3. Program
  4. Analogue Lies
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Cat: TOKEN 34. Rel: 02 Oct 13
Techno
  1. Modular Framework
  2. Displacer
  3. Displacer (Sleeparchive version 1)
  4. Displacer (Sleeparchive version 2)
Review: It's been a busy year for Belgian imprint Token with killer EPs coming from Rodhad, Xhin, Inigo Kennedy and the impending album from O [Phase]. Ctrls now presents his third EP for the label and matches his Northern Structures studio buddy Lasse Buhl with solo releases this year. As usual Ctrls has his Vermona drum machine cranking full tilt with the two tracks "Modular Framework" and "Displacer", with the latter reworked twice by Sleeparchive who turns it into something a little more stripped back and caustic. The Token techno machine marches on!
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Users (12")
Cat: TOKEN 50. Rel: 11 Feb 15
Techno
  1. Incoming Data (6:13)
  2. The Disparates (6:03)
  3. Externalizer (5:31)
Played by: Rivet
out of stock $9.45
Movements (12")
Cat: TOKEN 39. Rel: 12 Feb 14
Techno
  1. Shift
  2. Sweep
  3. Stop
Review: When he's not making house music as 2400 Operator for Underground Quality, or industrial strength techno for Sonic Groove as part of Northern Structures, Troels Knudsen is Ctrls for Token. This latest Movement release is his fourth solo EP, all of which have come through the Belgian label, which now makes it safe to say he's as much a member of the Token family as Inigo Kennedy, [Phase] and the new Orphx and Ancient Methods collaboration, Eschaton. Each production on this three-track 12" sees similar beaten down drums of his Northern Structures project, although this time they're pitched against metallic screeches of contorted synths, and it's the Dane's strongest solo work yet.
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Routing (12")
Cat: TOKEN 72. Rel: 12 Apr 17
Techno
  1. The Shortest Path (5:51)
  2. Locked Groove 1 (0:46)
  3. Rush Hour (5:40)
  4. Crash (6:10)
  5. Locked Groove 2 (1:01)
  6. Highway (5:44)
Played by: Glskn
out of stock $9.70
Nonuser (12")
Cat: TOKEN 60. Rel: 13 Apr 16
Techno
  1. Vocabulary (5:52)
  2. Nonuser (6:12)
  3. The Wave (6:47)
Review: Token has been home to all of CTRLS work since he appeared in 2012, and Nonuser solidifies what has been a very fruitful relationship. The follow up to 2015's Users (it's not hard to see a pattern emerging), it starts with "Vocabulary". Tight, steely rhythms provide a basis for bleak synths that break and burst like grey waves against a harbour wall. The title track is more of a heads-down affair, as the Danish producer realises his vision for looped techno, albeit one where razor sharp hats and a bleating siren cut through the dense rhythms. Finally, there's a deeper track, "The Wave". Based on a dense, percussive groove, those incremental progressions up and down the melody scale that will set spines tingling.
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Two Worlds (12")
Cat: TOKEN 55. Rel: 09 Sep 15
Techno
  1. Two Worlds (8:00)
  2. Onto Them (6:51)
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Charge (12")
Cat: TOKEN 44. Rel: 21 May 14
Techno
  1. Charge (original mix)
  2. Charge (Rrose remix)
  3. Charge (Rich Oddie remix)
Review: Take a step back and assess the output from Token over recent times and you get the impression label boss Kr!z is fixing for them to become Belgium's answer to Ostgut Ton. Already this year, Token have debuted the Eschaton collaboration between Ancient Methods and Orphx's Rich Oddie, and had Rodhad and Robert Hood remix O [Phase] with an Inigo Kennedy LP on the way too! Before that Token call on Rrose and Rich Oddie to add some remix heat to the second CTRLS 12" of 2014, with stunning results! "Charge" finds Troels B. Knudsen in particularly nightmarish form with a production that's dominated by the searing tonal riff, whilst Rrose's remix reinforces his reputation for nihilistic big room techno. Orphx's Oddie reduces his version that focuses on self-modulating rhythms, caustic atmospherics and squealing effects.
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Cat: TOKEN 61. Rel: 04 May 16
Techno
  1. Deus Irae (7:25)
  2. Those Who Obey (4:34)
  3. Answer My Prayer (6:00)
  4. No Other Gods Before Me (5:48)
Review: The debut, self-titled Eschaton release from Ancient Methods and Orphx provided Belgian techno powerhouse Token with one of THE defining 12"s of 2014. Given the rapturous applause for the project, it's no surprise to see Token boss Kr!z has been knocking at the door of casa Methods and Orphx to get some more Eschaton material. The four-track Eschaton II sees the German-Canadian production unit offer up a more varied approach together without losing any of the industrial menace that made their debut offering such a compelling proposition. Big drums are the marauding, dominating element on opener "Deus Irae", whilst "Those Who Obey" pulls you through the abstracted, industrial mire. "Answer My Prayer" sounds primed to soundtrack a clubscene in any mooted sequel to the Wesley Snipes-fronted Blade series whilst the appropriately-named closer "No Other Gods Before Me" is an invitation to wander through the sonic equivalent of Dante's Inferno.
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Cat: TOKEN 38. Rel: 22 Jan 14
Techno
  1. Age Of Iron
  2. Degenerate
  3. Kali
  4. Seven Signs
Review: When it comes to techno, can it get any more serious than a collaboration between Ancient Methods and Orphx released on rock hard Belgian label Token? Well yes, as soon as you hear the music is does. "Age Of Iron" sounds like the sub-aqueous dub of Rich Oddie exchanging blows with an armoury of Ancient Methods percussion, while "Degenerate" is proper, rigid and heads down techno funnelled through a tubular filter. "Kali" features the same type of rolling rhythm, stop-start loops as what's heard throughout Regis' early work, only the frequency spectrums are sculpted to form a musical production, even though this is industrial techno, while "Seven Signs" croaks, clinks, and jangles like shackles scraping against concrete, sounding like something designed for dungeon clubbing - and, we might add, it's worth powering through the sonic malevolence for the drum breakdown alone.
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Arc One (12")
Cat: TOKEN 23. Rel: 15 Aug 12
Techno
  1. Farnsworth House
  2. Dymaxion Map
  3. Fallingwater
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Cat: TOKEN 15. Rel: 30 Jun 10
Techno
  1. Survival
  2. Tokyo View
  3. First Hind Leg
  4. Second Real
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Cat: TOKEN 8. Rel: 27 Aug 08
Techno
  1. Sex & Violins (original mix)
  2. Sex & Violins (Surgeon remix)
out of stock $7.66
out of stock $8.16
Cathedral (12")
Cat: TOKEN 27. Rel: 23 Jan 13
Techno
  1. Cathedral
  2. Chamber
  3. Accordion
Review: Inigo Kennedy's last record for Token was a definite record of two halves, with one track providing severe, Berghain ready techno, and the other providing ghostly melodies with echoes of Aphex Twin. It's a similarly engaging story on Cathedral, with the title track providing a fierce breakbeat together with a cavernous harpsichord melody, and though it may not seem like the most obvious of combinations, its pulsing bass undercurrent ensures Kennedy's usual power is not diminished. "Chamber" plays things slightly straighter, providing a more forceful dancefloor cut imbued with gentle hints of dub techno that bristle with the producer's usual freshness, while "Accordion" completes things with another subtly melodic cut filled with unpredictability, as stuttering drums are surrounded by synths that seem to fade in and out of view. Kennedy has gone from strength to strength with each release and this record is no different.
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Revenge (12")
Cat: TOKEN 19. Rel: 26 Oct 11
Techno
  1. Revenge
  2. Scatter
  3. Revenge (Blawan remix)
Review: UK techno veteran Inigo Kennedy discards with the deepness shown on recent EPs for some thoroughly dirty techno on his latest twelve for Token. Heavily road tested on his worldwide DJ travels, "Revenge" and "Scatter" operate on different levels, with the former building layers of dubby rhythms over the foundation worrying drums. It's peak time business which contrasts with "Revenge", a dystopian trawl through skittering percussion, IDM soundscapes and bass that sounds fit to burst. The flip is occupied by the perma busy Blawan, commissioned to remix "Revenge" after Kennedy realized the two had a mutual appreciation. As with the recent productions from the SoYo hero, this is brutal techno dominated by those unique drum sounds.
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Cat: TOKEN 1. Rel: 27 Feb 07
Techno
  1. Mister Codes
  2. The Map
  3. The Territory
Review: 'Identify Yourself', released on Token Belgium, features overwhelming, hypnotic and industrial sounds that will hold all listeners under its spell. Inigo Kennedy has been a pioneer of this sound for more then ten years now.
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Played by: Gus Brown
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out of stock $6.89
Cat: TOKEN 17. Rel: 24 Nov 10
Techno
  1. Obsidian
  2. Quagmire
Review: After Inigo's well-received previous release 'The Shard', he now steps up again with 2 epic pieces of electronic beauty.
I still find it hard to describe music after all these years, as I think the most important is what people feel when listening to it rather than pigeon holing the hell out of it.

I simply love it, hope you do too.

(Kr!z)

(this baby will be pressed on green marbled vinyl. Limited first pressing.)
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Lullaby (12")
Cat: TOKEN 41. Rel: 09 Apr 14
Techno
  1. Lullaby
  2. Petrichor
Review: Belgian techno titans Token Records initiate the tease campaign for Inigo Kennedy's upcoming album Vaudeville with this two track 12" sampler. Kennedy's decade spanning career has seen him produce under a number of aliases and for some high standard labels, but he's seemingly found a perfect home in Token, having inaugurated the label back in 2007. Those familiar with Kennedy's production style will no doubt be salivating at the prospect of his forthcoming fifth studio album after spending some quality time with the two tracks here. Both show Kennedy's deft balance of heaving club-focused rhythms and experimental blend of melody and texture, creating something that doesn't sound unlike a contemporary Berghain-inspired update of the early '90s material of Warp and R&S.
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Vaudeville (2xLP + CD)
Cat: TOKEN 43LP. Rel: 03 Jun 14
Techno
  1. Narrative
  2. Birth
  3. Requiem
  4. Plaintive
  5. Vallecula
  6. Winter
  7. Aleph
  8. NGC5128
  9. Narrative
  10. Birth
  11. Requiem
  12. Plaintive
  13. Vallecula
  14. Winter
  15. Aleph
  16. NGC5128
Review: This fourth album from British techno veteran Inigo Kennedy - his first since 2010's decidedly ambient September Pieces - has something of a "catch-all" feel. You see, Vaudeville refuses to stick to one sound, style or groove, instead referencing the many styles of techno and experimental electronic music that have inspired the popular producer over the course of his 18-year career. So, there are murky, IDM-inspired techno floor fillers (the melodious but faintly foreboding "Requiem"), early British psychedelic techno ("Plaintive"), dense, darkroom grooves ("Vallecula"), classic Yorkshire bleep and bass ("Petrichor"), Kompakt-ish organic techno ("Winter"), and spooky, droning ambience ("Narrative").
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out of stock $20.17
Bite Back (12")
Cat: TOKEN 5. Rel: 23 Jan 08
Techno
  1. Bite Back
  2. DLR
  3. Tessellate My Geometry
  4. Rynka Pannan
Review: After the storm one year ago, caused by Inigo's 'Identify Yourself' (Token 1), we just had to have a follow-up. And not just a regular follow up.
'Token 5', Inigo Kennedy's 'Bite Back' contains 4 individual floorfillers that are each special in their own way. The title track 'Bite Back' was
made more than a year ago and now finally sees the light. Dave Clarke was a big fan from the beginning and is still playing it. Hard kicks &
claps + pure hypnotic soundwaves give us a future classic. 'DLR' is more stripped down, but goes further on the mental trip of the a1 track.
It won't be stopped and will fu breakdown, where everything explodes. The final track 'Rynka Pannan' is a ruthless banger and closes the ep in style.
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Played by: Bran Lanen, Rivet
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Cat: TOKEN 10. Rel: 26 Nov 08
Techno
  1. Signal II
  2. Bosh
  3. Filaments
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The Shard (limited marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: TOKEN 14. Rel: 11 May 10
Techno
  1. The Shard (original)
  2. The Shard (Marcel Dettmann remix)
Review: Having played an integral part in the early UK techno scene, Inigo Kennedy returns to Belgium's Token imprint to deliver an old school sounding piece of experimental techno. Twisted melodies, wonky rhythms, subtle FX and a light industrial atmosphere give the track an early Warp feel but it maintains a modern day sentiment through some slick production. Marcel Dettmann gets hold of the remix, readying "The Shard" to take on a long, dark and smokey night at Berlin's Berghain.

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Cat: TOKEN 43CD. Rel: 30 May 14
Techno
  1. Narrative
  2. Birth
  3. Requiem
  4. Plaintive
  5. Lullaby
  6. Vallecula
  7. Winter
  8. Petrichor
  9. Aleph
  10. NGC5128
Review: This fourth album from British techno veteran Inigo Kennedy - his first since 2010's decidedly ambient September Pieces - has something of a "catch-all" feel. You see, Vaudeville refuses to stick to one sound, style or groove, instead referencing the many styles of techno and experimental electronic music that have inspired the popular producer over the course of his 18-year career. So, there are murky, IDM-inspired techno floorfillers (the melodious but faintly foreboding "Requiem"), early British psychedelic techno ("Plaintive"), dense, darkroom grooves ("Vallecula"), classic Yorkshire bleep and bass ("Petrichor"), Kompakt-ish organic techno ("Winter"), and spooky, droning ambience ("Narrative").
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Cat: TOKEN 54. Rel: 02 Jul 15
Techno
  1. Requiem (Efdemin 'Journey To The Stars' mix) (5:50)
  2. Requiem (Kangding Ray 'Dies Irae' remix) (5:41)
  3. Requiem (Regis 'Human Host' mix) (5:58)
  4. Requiem (Dasha Rush 'Requiem For Humanity' remix) (4:46)
Review: Oh yes! Belgium's supreme techno warlords Token are back with their very own Indigo Kennedy, and he's brought along a squadron of remixers to transform his recent "Requiem" tune. First up is Dial's Efdemin, who quickly adds his signature brand of freeform deep house - sinister pads all around - followed by Kangding Ray and his slo-mo version, a truly chuggy affair in all sense of the word. The flip sees Downwards master and UK techno legend Regis inject his deep and menacing style onto the framework, and Full Panda's Dasha Rush takes the straight-ahead techno approach but proceeds to surround the beats with gorgeous swirls of instrumentation.
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Strata (CD)
Cat: TOKEN 82CD. Rel: 23 May 18
Techno
  1. Clarion Call (Coda To Nothing)
  2. Trapezoid
  3. Mood Shift
  4. Shudder
  5. Breaking Point
  6. Magma
  7. Stillness Expanded
  8. Reminiscence
  9. Oblivion
Review: Four years have passed since Asymmetric owner Inigo Kennedy's last album, the dizzyingly eclectic tour-de-force that was Vaudeville. Like its' predecessor, Strata takes a distinctively widescreen approach, moving from the sweeping, cinematic strings and pseudo-orchestral movements of "Clarion Call (Coda To Nothing)", to the gentle, acid-flecked IDM brilliance of "Oblivion", via warming early morning ambient (the dub techno influenced crackles and chords of "Stillness Expanded"), razor-edged industrial electro fuzz ("Breaking Point") and a swathe of techno workouts. These range from the punchy and dreamy ("Shudder"), to the dark and intense (foreboding highlight "Magma"), confirming the experienced British artist's production mastery.
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Tornado (12")
Cat: TOKEN 74. Rel: 14 Jun 17
Techno
  1. Tornado (8:39)
  2. Glacier (4:30)
  3. Voyager (7:09)
Review: Seven-months on from his last outing for the label, British techno veteran Inigo Kennedy returns to regular home Token. On the A-side you'll find "Tornado", a no-nonsense techno excursion featuring dense, whirlwind beats, glacial electronic melodies and psychedelic synthesizer motifs. Despite the heaviness of its groove, it's a pleasingly tuneful and mood-enhancing affair. On Side B he doffs a cap to early British "intelligent techno" pioneers via the swinging electro breakbeats and Boards of Canada melodies of "Glacier", before returning to heavy, locked-in techno pastures on the funk-fuelled late night roller "Voyager". Rock solid fare, as usual.
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Surrender (12")
Cat: TOKEN 67. Rel: 02 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Surrender (8:49)
  2. Castles In The Air (7:37)
Review: UK techno legend Inigo Kennedy returns for Belgian imprint Token, a label he has become synonymous with in recent years with several releases including his well received Vaudeville LP in 2014. On the A side, "Surrender" begins with a sombre ambient intro, but later on the relentless and pounding groove cyclicality comes into the fold. On the flip, "Castles In The Air" follows a similar formula, where a spellbinding and hypnotic arrangement of warm pads and soothing synth leads soon give way to body bashing beats and sinister futurist aesthetics. Unlike the vast majority of current producers, Kennedy swears by software production methods and you can certainly hear the unique effects it has on its trademark sound. More fantastic work from a veteran producer.
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out of stock $8.43
NGC EP (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: TOKEN 62. Rel: 22 Jun 16
Techno
  1. NGC6826 (Blinking Eye) (7:51)
  2. NGC6543 (Cat's Eye) (6:23)
Review: The legendary Inigo Kennedy is back on Belgian powerhouse Token with the NGC EP. On the A side "NGC6826 (Blinking Eye)" is a broken beat wall of sound with wailing synth leads that sound at times like bagpipes; this is emotive and truly awe-inspiring stuff. On the flip "NGC6543 (Cat's Eye)" is like a jagged and angular hard electro excursion with its aggressive beat that falls apart at the seams only just enough to give it some captivating looseness, all the while the same ethereal qualities of the previous version are there giving the track its unique atmosphere. Pretty amazing stuff here Mr Kennedy!
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Trajectory (12")
Cat: TOKEN 89. Rel: 07 Feb 19
Techno
  1. Trajectory (7:46)
  2. Tone Poem (6:15)
  3. Turmoil (5:51)
Review: Token starts off 2019 with a bomb, courtesy of a new three-tracker from Inigo Kennedy. Entitled Trajectory, this set of compositions continues to cement his legacy as an innovator who has been evolving his own style for more than two decades now. Starting off with the thwacking title track, Kennedy balances bright melodies and ethereal chords alongside rhythms that stir long after the track has faded away. "Tone Poem" is methodically coy around emboldened percussive storytelling that takes center-stage up until its last moments. "Turmoil" is a sci-fi trip that beams down to the dancefloor with thundering drums.
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Played by: Ben Sims, Brian James
out of stock $8.68
Strata (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + CD)
Cat: TOKEN 82LP. Rel: 24 May 18
Techno
  1. Clarion Call (CodaTo Nothing) (6:00)
  2. Trapezoid (6:09)
  3. Mood Shift (4:55)
  4. Shudder (7:05)
  5. Breaking Point (5:48)
  6. Stillness Expanded (7:23)
  7. Reminescence (6:45)
  8. Oblivion (7:04)
  9. Clarion Call (CodaTo Nothing)
  10. Trapezoid
  11. Mood Shift
  12. Shudder
  13. Breaking Point
  14. Magma
  15. Stillness Expanded
  16. Reminescence
  17. Oblivion
Review: Four years have passed since Asymmetric owner Inigo Kennedy's last album, the dizzyingly eclectic tour-de-force that was Vaudeville. Like its' predecessor, Strata takes a distinctively widescreen approach, moving from the sweeping, cinematic strings and pseudo-orchestral movements of "Clarion Call (Coda To Nothing)", to the gentle, acid-flecked IDM brilliance of "Oblivion", via warming early morning ambient (the dub techno influenced crackles and chords of "Stillness Expanded"), razor-edged industrial electro fuzz ("Breaking Point") and a swathe of techno workouts. These range from the punchy and dreamy ("Shudder"), to the dark and intense (foreboding highlight "Magma"), confirming the experienced British artist's production mastery.
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out of stock $25.28
Magma (12" + insert)
Cat: TOKEN 79. Rel: 01 Feb 18
Techno
  1. Magma (6:39)
  2. Mantle (6:45)
Played by: Ben Sims, Maxx Rossi
out of stock $8.94
Cat: TOKEN 58. Rel: 18 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Clarion Call (7:54)
  2. The Fold (6:05)
  3. Kepler (6:10)
  4. Dusk (6:16)
Review: Inigo Kennedy is back on Token and following up last year's tremendous album, Vaudeville. Beginning with the sombre and emotive "Clarion Call" with beautifully haunting melody above epic strings and a steady beat, this is the perfect transition track or closer for any techno DJ's set. "The Fold" works some epic and cinematic pads over some futuristic sound design, but just wait until that entrancing bassline sets in. On the flip "Keplar" is a broken and soulful number that's not quite electro, not exactly techno, but definitely brilliant. With yet more of those amazing strings in the mix. Finally "Dusk" is probably the most straight ahead track on here, but like the rest it's rather restrained, in the best of ways. A booming 808 kick gives momentum beneath a haunting cello and warped chimes that morph into something else. After nearly 20 years in the game, Kennedy still manages to impress. Tremendous work.
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out of stock $7.92
Ohio (hand-numbered hand-stamped 1-sided vinyl 12" in hand-stamped sleeve limited to 150 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: OH 10. Rel: 22 Sep 16
Techno
  1. Ohio (Inigo Kennedy Asymmetric rework) (6:35)
out of stock $8.16
Mantra (12")
Cat: TOKEN 90. Rel: 10 Apr 19
Techno
  1. Salvation (5:28)
  2. Deflection (5:42)
  3. Mantra (5:55)
  4. The Start Of Nothing (5:23)
 in stock $8.94
KR!Z/VARIOUS
Cat: TOKENCD 1. Rel: 13 Jun 13
Techno
  1. Xhin - "Elliptic"
  2. O Phase - "Binary Opposition" (Ben Klock Orocess)
  3. O Phase - "Morodem" (HTS mix)
  4. Dimitri Andreas - "Tiger" (James Ruskin Blueprint mix)
  5. Makaton - "Endless Revolt"
  6. Rodhad - "Spomeniks"
  7. O Phase - "Decode"
  8. Inigo Kennedy - "The Map"
  9. O Phase - "The Chasedown"
  10. CTRLS - "Socket"
  11. O Phase - "Binary Opposition" (Process 1)
  12. Go Hiyama - "Fallingwater"
  13. Inigo Kennedy - "Bite Back"
  14. Xhin - "Hunters"
  15. Inigo Kennedy - "The Shard"
  16. Arrestar - "Thoughts & Emotions" (Oscar Mulero remix)
  17. O Phase - "Further Trials"
  18. Mark Broom - "Two"
  19. Inigo Kennedy - "Catherdral"
  20. Grovskopa - "Sex & Violins" (Surgeon remix)
  21. Inidgo Kennedy - "Obsidian"
Review: It's been seven years since Belgian DJ/producer KR!Z launched his label, Token, enough time for the Gent-based imprint to build up an impressive back catalogue. As the title suggests, Token Introspective sees KR!Z mixing up some of his favourite cuts from the label archives. For those with an open-minded approach to techno, it's well worth a listen. There's plenty to enjoy, from the crystalline dancefloor deepness of Arrestar's "Thoughts and Emotions" (remixed by Oscar Mulero), and the no-nonsense techno-funk of Mark Broom ("Two"), to the glacial IDM of Indigo Kennedy's "Obsidian", and the Detroit-influenced basement pump of Ben Klock's excellent rework of O Phase's "Binary Opposition".
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out of stock $12.25
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