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ZMNT 003
ZMNT 003 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ZMNT 003. Rel: 13 Jan 20
Electro
  1. Time Tales (5:06)
  2. My Vibe (feat WMN) (3:12)
  3. Shades Of Tuch (4:34)
  4. The Dead Cry (4:16)
  5. Patch Dance (3:48)
  6. Ten Fold Rule (4:00)
Review: If you like your electro to be scraped off the sewer pipes and flambeed for extra effect, then ZEMENT have you covered with this mucky gem from Alonzo. "Time Tales" has the kind of grinding synth tones and dystopian vocoder action that would be right at home in a Helena Hauff DJ set, while "My Vibe" switches things up with a saucy vocal take from WMN that comes on like Peaches jamming with Dopplereffekt. "Shades Of Tuch" takes things in a spooky direction, while "The Dead Cry" keeps things sparse and chilling. "Patch Dance" turns the distortion up to 11, and "Ten Fold Rule" rounds things off with another wonderfully murky lead line for the end of days.
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out of stock $9.98
ZMNT 005
ZMNT 005 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ZMNT 005. Rel: 04 May 21
Electro
  1. No End (6:06)
  2. Growing Pains (5:34)
  3. Basic Programm (5:57)
  4. Down My Spine (5:03)
Review: London-based Texan via Spain, Chupacabras continues to ramp up his ice cold output with another clutch of neck-snappers. Raw analogue funk from start to finish, the EP takes off where his L.I.E.S EP left us as 'No End' kickstarts the collection of thumping electro and brutalist grooves with a Black Strobe-like bass wobble and tempestuous drums. It's backed up by the robotic motion and gritty sheen of 'Growing Pains', the b-boy style drums of 'Basic Programm' and the final heave-ho of the set: 'Down My Spine', an overdrive dark electro jam you could just as easily picture Dave Clarke playing it as you could DJ Stingray. Savage.
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 in stock $11.75
ZMNT 001
ZMNT 001 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ZMNT 001. Rel: 10 Dec 18
Industrial/Noise
  1. The Return (5:26)
  2. Higher Level (6:27)
  3. Enter Mars (8:25)
  4. Circle Of Power (4:49)
Review: Kluentah, one half of Fallbeil, has brought gutter-dwelling electronics to labels like V I S, New York Haunted, Return To Disorder, Mannequin and Sisters before now, so there's no doubt in the clout this particular nightcrawler possesses. On this latest release for new label Zement the mood is as sinister as you would hope, leading in with the sleazy electro noir of "The Return" before slipping into the mucky industrial thump of "Higher Level." "Enter Mars" is a snarling acid stomper engineered to nail you to the spot in the toughest of ways, and "Circle Of Power" ends proceedings on an ominous, tracky note for the post-apocalyptic party people to get all end-of-days to.
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Played by: Doo, Ali Renault, A-Future
out of stock $9.39
ZMNT 002
ZMNT 002 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ZMNT 002. Rel: 10 Jun 19
Electro
  1. Nucleon (7:38)
  2. Wounds (6:20)
  3. The Cure For My Kind (5:50)
  4. Hypno Haniwa (5:51)
Review: LFT has already made a sizable impact on his gnarly, muscular brand of weathered electro and techno, and now he's been snapped up by Zement to deliver another four rowdy roundhousers. "Nucleon" channels the best of minimal wave and gives it a deadly dose of modern acid revelry that will incite fevered responses on the floor, while "Wounds" takes things in a spookier B-movie direction without shaking off those powerful 303 demons. "The Cure For My Kind" manifests as a kind of nightmarish electro, and "Hypno Haniwa" takes another route into machine funk for malevolent souls, with stunning results.
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out of stock $9.98
ZMNT 004
ZMNT 004 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ZMNT 004. Rel: 14 Sep 20
Techno
  1. Back Up (5:08)
  2. Echo Park (5:00)
  3. Flip The Switch (4:08)
  4. Ice So Bright (5:35)
Review: Ole Mic Odd aka Michael Padgett is a hardware operator and DJ from Los Angeles and runs the wonderfully named label The New U.S. Government. Here he sweeps to power with four tracks across four sides of vinyl for the Zement label, two following a slower, punishing pulse that's like P-funk remade in a robot factory, only with tons of added bubbling acid, Drexciya-style filtering and Juan Arkins-like synthetic strings. The other two are way faster, Ice So Bright sounding like someone secretly spiked Kraftwerk's cocoa with something extremely sinister, sending them racing off on their bikes at treble speed. Echo Park has an even more distinct flanging acid flavour and hyper, hooligan electro foundations, again with those Model 500 misty clouds of synthesiser floating overhead. Absolutely cracking stuff.
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